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BY E. P. ADAMS.
( . lrcli
Jt'rciit Sale Staple and Fancy Goods,
A lea. Tor'fr, H'iwi, Ac. vill Ik: LeM
fllnnvn r a I II r- - . ... .
S . . . n'liibia f jar.e . u, v u
o' " . - or pirucuirs ae i-xi-tj .nj future ajrer-
K. 1. (DIMS, turl'r.
SATURDAY. June 551st,
A I 10 a. m.. nn th PrcmUes of CU'Uva Laundry, Ears,
win a- n.i ac runne ancwon, Ly orler l lcr:z(e.
1 Engine and Boiler, with connections;
1 Lot of Tools. Also.
Washing Machine, Mangle,
Tables, Charcoal Irons, &c, &c.
E. P. ADAM?. Aucfr.
SATURDAY, : : : JUNE 2ist,
At II cMock a. in., at li'.c Y. Am,
By Order of E. Fursteaau, Esq.,
I will clT-r hU privat Library, collating I a Bn
selection cf Engli.n and German
Prose and Poetical Works
IX ALL AIIOL'T iiiO LOTS.
CalaU gx- can be Mn at my oCiee. Terms Cub.
E. P. ADAM j, Aucfr.
Mortgagee's Notice of Sale.
I Oder and by virtue tif a Tower of Sale contained in a cer
tain Moriffe made by Wong Chow to Jam-i Kohinaon, de
ceased, dated March 7, 1570, and cl record io Liber 2V, on
-'" . o ana ami lor a crracti cl tbe conditkins In
ai. Martgir contained. I am directed br the Kxecntora and
Trnateea of I he L. state of Jama Rohinaon, dTeaswd, to aeil at
ruuijc ancnon in parsoance or said power ol aale, on the 21it
DAY of JUNE. 1479, at Bay Palesror.m In the City of Honolulu,
m- j.. .i inai any, an and aio(uiar toe lamia, teaementa and
eivliunienta ia aaui Mtrtggi named and dracribed, aitnate
a raiama, lionn,ula, Oalia, and more particularly drarribed
aa suiiowa, to wit:
I- I u B.a. K UMmtk ana make kihl Horn
Kern kei lot, uiii ana make kihl Akaa Kom o Ba lot o
o Keooi, a noio aka penet: A, ftaj llik 1 11 kaul ma k o
Keoni Palaa Kl o. alaila Hem 3) llik 141 kaal ma ko Jaa
fiowaett, aiaiU llemfii Kom 3.12 kaol ma ko Sapo'apu'a,
alaila Ak JOJ Kom 1 63, kaol ma ko Keoni, a tiki i kahi i
cooraaca t." u ia aai ti-ivj til.
Arava. Kola. w S hoomaka ana ma ke kihi Ak o keia alna
ma ka pa pnhaka ma ka liM A k e pHi aka I ke k alcana o Ke
ooi, a b!o aka peoe: Urn Os) Kom 91 paako ma ka pill
pa maiaila ana, iiem 49 Koia 100 paoka, alaiU Iiem 401
Kom 100 paaka, alaila lle-a Si Kom 190 paoka, alaila iiem
lata Kom Hi aaoko, alalia Hem 71 Kom 144 paoka,
pikl ana keta anao aoao i ke kahawaJ. alaila Iiem 7) nik 01
paaka ma kahi kola Konnbiki, alaila Iiem 49 s Iiem 29 pao
ka ma ko Kooobiki a me Palao, alaila Ak 40' llik 89 paaka
ma ka Keawekolohea 1 ko Kooohikl, alaila Ak 4 llik 69 paa
ka at ka Keawekatibe, alalia Ikl' II ik MS paoka a I kahi
I aoomakaV U koaa sat 1 14-100 eka, pao loa, 1 01-luO eka.
Alao, that certain piece of land aitnate In Moliko, Kapala
ma. Oaha. boanded ami deacrihed a tllowi A Loi Kola
mahial a aae ka 11a le, K hoomaka ma ke kibi ak e keia aina.
'a pin ma ka pa pohaaa oa Kaaina. a ho to hem 27 bik 64
pauka ma ke kala a Kooohikl, hero 67 kom 8 paoka ma ke
kula Kooohikl, hem 31 4V bik lZi pauka ma ka loi koili
a Mali ko, hem 64 3 4i' kom 4J1 paaka ma ka loi koili no
Moliko, bcaa ) a kom 117 paaka ma ka loi koili no Mohko,
has T 3 kaca 145 pauka ma kotU no Moliko, ak 77 16" bik
44 paaka ma ka aawai loi ma kola, ak 80 bik 333 paaka
ma kaia a hikl I ka pa aina, ak 30" h k 202 paoka a ma kula
a biki t ka pa aina, ak 4 44" b k 111 paaka ma kuU a
oiki I ka pa aina, bem M3 3o" bik 110 paaka ma ka pa aina
a hikl I ka hoomaka ana.' He 1 3-100 eka, ami beina; the
described la RopeJ Patent o. 2iJ, Kaleana llela 2&Q.
Abo. tbal pieea of land silaat in Kapalama aforesaid and
described aa fullow: Loi a me Kala. t'. hoomaka ana aa
ke kibi kom pili ana i ke kihl brai bik o ka aina o KUvard
Bitrfeaa a hela aka, hem 4 ' hife 71 paaka ma ko Kcawcko.
Inae, alaila ak 44 9 bik 63 pauaa ma ko KeawekcMie, alaila
aklva kom 21 paaka ma ko Mani, alaila ak 611 hik2T4
paaka ma ka Maui a me Makca, ak 2d s kom 133 paoka ma
ko Kaitm, alaila aea ae ma ka lima bem, ft paaka ma ke kale,
ana a Kail.o, aUila ak 11 k.na 21 paaka, alaila hem 61 3
koaa 276 kom ma ka aiua a IMwar.l burrra, alaila hem V) 9
kom 1MI paaka a biki i kahi I nomaka'i.' Kona lu 64-100
Ka. ami acu; tht same as dcacrilied ia Royal Patent No.
4474, Kaleaaa Ueke 771.
for particalar iatoir of
E. P. ADAMS, A aclioneer, or
Solicitor for Pxreators ami Troatces of the Estate of
BijJl James Kubinno, Unerased.
Regular Cash Sale !
Al 10 o'clock A. M-, at 9h Roim,
Barrels Salmon, Barrels Hominy,
Boxes Codfish, China Chair,
AND A SMALL CONSIGNMENT OF
VERY FINE GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS!
Onlcreal to he Cloned Out.
K. P. A PA MS. Aucliooeer.
HORSE AMD CARRIAGE
ON SATURDAY, JUNE 28th,
At 11 o'clock, M.. at Salrarooan. by onler of Mr.
Iloney, will be sold, the Valuable
ImDorted Horse STEVE !
8 yeare olJ, Hamblctonian Htork; kin.l anj gentle;
good ia karneaa cr nr.drr aaildle.
1 Carry-all. built by West, In gooil order;
I Cut-amler Top Borry,
1 &et of s'icf le Harnesa, near;
1 Met of Single Harness, ia gooj orJer;
1 Uraia Bin, Ftable Fornuure, Ae.
C. r. ADAM?. Aurt'r.
Dl'.HC 11 I PTIONH
-V I 1
PARTIES IN HONOLULU,
or other ports of the Island.
DESIRING FURNITURE !
CAN II ATE THEIR
Orders Filled at Lowest Rates
By application to Mr. '.. P. lI).I M,Uvta Street,
aba baa oar Deacriptive Cataloaj-ae wan Pnccs.
o sr i-i7v ast 13 !
It Stare af L. K. II0PI kla: St.,
Black Walnttt Bedroom t3ets !
Black Walnut i.lelar Is.
Biaca H'aloot bimr Chairs.
Clah Can thninf Chairs,
' Cclar Beilrmn Ml,
Pine Bareaus. Ac, Ac. ,Ac.
E. P. ADAMS, Agent forHaw,n Is.
llt'MKr'.I BARRELS FRF.SII.ASD
I ia perfect order.
For sale by
BOLLK8 A CO.
A Full Line of Ship Stores and Groceries,
R ES ERVF.I)
FRUITS. MEATS. SOUPS.
cny2i BoLLES k CO.
Administrator Sale !
Jy order of J. Mott Smith, tlx., A Jm:nilrator of the F.tate
f ll-I:-Ir Richr l'n. I m ini:nii-l. ta at I'uM.e
Aaeuon, &t the e:or oa tiie corner of fori and Merchant Sli..
THIS DAY, SATURDAY, June 21,
At 10 o'clork, A. M ,
The FOLLOWING ARTICLES
1 Lv.ltir.z :. 2 Kr,u Draka. 1 h .w Ce,
1 l.cunz, 1 Sette. 6 thlm, 4 K' Tal le,
2 Fine TaL!-t, 3 Pine fcrvs, 1 Clock.
17J Parer Fioe Bjxes, S.de Bhtlvinz-
:. S. LAP.IOW, AuciV.
BUILDING AT AUCTION !
171 lis; iy:iy
SATURDAY, - - JUNE 21st,
AT 12 OCLOCK, XOOX,
On Hit rcmici, itnu ftfH i, Ulo the RrVl School,
alve th r .letice cf Mr. Campbell, will le sold.
.1 T1I0 STOIil AVOOIJE.V IIIHUUG,
TO HE RKMOVEI).
C. S. BARTOW. Aurtr.
ON THURSDAY, JUNE 26th,
At 10 o'clock A.M., at halt's Uocm, ill Ic ! I
LOT OF FURNITURE
TOO! S ANn mahhinfs; I
AT 11 O'CLOCK, A. 51..
Folding, Wiring and Burring Machines,
Three Rotary Stands,
And a variety of other Merchandise
C. tf. BARTOW, AactV.
LAW BOOKS at AUCTION
By OrJer ol Mr- F. r Pratt .Txeculor of the Estate of E. T
ON THURSDAY, JUNE 26lh,
At 11 a. m., at Salesroom, I will Offer at Public Auction,
Valuable Law Books
LIST OF LAW BOOKS:
Victorian Elatole, 9 Tola.
Addiaon on Torta, 2 Tola.
Addiaon on Contracta. 3 Tola.
Law of chipping, bizon.
Treat iae on Merchant Siliippin;,
M heaton'a Law of Nations,
Proffatt on Corporation.
Fstee'a fleailiiiga and Forma, 3 ol.
Uilliartl on Veodora,
Landlord and Tenant, Taj lor. 6ih edition,
l'rideaux'a Precedenia and Conveyancing, 2 Tola.
Miles on Ccroroon Forms,
Green leaf on Kvidenee, 3 Tola.
Belknap' Probate Liar.
Benjamin on Pale.
Roacoe oo Keidenre,
Ilaaai. in Pta'.ote Uwa. 1SI2. '45, -17. 'J. '60, '51,
do, -,o. -iiz, '04, -.o and -,6.
Hawaiian Report. 2 and 3 Tola.
Civil Code. 19 and 1V59.
Andrewa' Hawaiian dictionary,
nd Other Worka.
C. S. BAIITOW. Anct'r.
For Sale "by Auction
AT AOCTII KOIMLt, IMWAII.
ON THURSDAY, JULY ICth,
If not Previously Sold,
Will le offered at Pa 1.1 e Aortion on tbe premises at North
K ti-iU, tl.c following prortyi
One Frame Dwelling Housej!
4"iii feet, with Larga CUtem. Out House. Lare Clucken
i ard, 5 Acres ut Iajed Land enclosed with a good
WIRE AND PICKET FENCE.
F-r further particulars, apply to
On the premises.
A KRAFT & SONS,
1 f A XI F.1 CTi: RKRS OP J EV ELRV AXD
a 1 dealers In Watch's ami Watch Materials. We make the
business of Opliciana a apecialty. Ilolel Mreet, a fW doors
eaat cf Fort Siriet. near lr. Metlrew'a residence, Honolulu,
ana z.i urooa.e rireei, act lort. myiu otn
'I'lIK L'.NDKKSIG NED, AG EMS OP THE
1 Hamburg Bremen Fire Inauranre Company, are auihor
it. J to take Fire Kuka oo Iietached Wooden Buildings and on
Plantation Building, Machinery, etc.. ou the ditl'ereut Ialands
of this groop, AT lijWtST KATtS.
For further particulars, npply to
my 10 am V. A. CIIAK.FKR k CO.. AgenU.
'I'lIOSF. PREMISES SITtTATE IX IIIL.O.
at. opposite me loart iiouae, suitable lor a lirst-claas UoieL
A II in good order and repair. A j ply to
J. II. t'ONEV. Honolulu,
fc-S 79 or C. RICIIARI.'UN. Ililo.
Proaaa I.. Xrafrld, Crrllaa.
Just Received in Splendid Order
Aaacl For Sale y
myl"f II. IIACKFKI.D CO.
r.IE I ' N D K R S I G N E I ) IS XOW PRE.
at PA RKli to 6il Orders for rfiiigle rpeciiuena or Complete
Sim oi Hawaiian terns, unmounted, on short notice.
Prirr 10 frnts Each, or $10.00 for the Sett of 115.
The ?er imem are lieantifully preserved, retaining Iheir nat
ural green, and most of the varieties have a portion of the root.
Orders far Mailing Mail lasrlaasle I'silsgr.
mhl THUS. G. THRUM.
Alphonsie Zelie, Ella, Forest Queen
and J. A. Falkinburg.
4 Bales California Oat and Wheat nav;
1 1 Tons limMhv. gJ for "Jersey rowa-,
V Tons Bran. U i ons Oats.
.. W. PEIRCE X
Ml K rXDERSICXEII BEG LEAVE TO
notify the putl.c tli:l tUey bare perfcrte.1 their arrange
ments, and are nw firnl to larnuh to conaumera any ami
ALL KINDS OF STOCK FEED
N AMI.LV :
Mhrat, Hats KArlry, Alfalfa and MunirDir Hay,
Hals Brio, Carle), l hrat, torn, Middlinrs
Mill Ifd. Oil Meal, frar led Torn, lllf.
Having a First Class Mill,
We are Frr ared to Fill All Orders r.r
Ccrn Mal. or any kin 1 f tironij Crain. OnWa Ut f.r
1 i ---d Fee l. i. e , lliy Cut and Grain (ir.mn 1. barged aod
l-livered. a ill l- promptly attend'd to. Ground Grain ia
from City to one huciilred per eett- more economical than
Whole Crain. to fee I to stock. We hare a lire? and comma,
dkme Warehouse. lWtH near the htrjmer Wharf, where we
can accommodate pcrams who rtijui.e au rage; and our build
ing is rain frnnf, rat l rr f and wind proof. Also, a St-k
Vai l attached lo cur Wari house, where we are prepared to
aerommodate Males. Ilor--s, etc. and ruarantee them plenty
of Good Feed and attention, at reasonable rates. Plantation
order, aa weil aa all others, wiil be thankfully received and
promptly attended t-. OITICK on I'ott Sireet. net door to
Luc a" New bop.
n,M6.o LUXE A. CO.
ONE NEW EASTERN-IIl'ILT FOI'IC
Whe.led Ox Cart r.f very superior mate; j.nl the rart
fr plantation use. (jal2) C. lilUrttK & IK.
R E 1 L
II. i LI A Co
Chutniy in quart K ittle, a sorted,
al '79 l"or Sale bv
For San Francisco.
Will have Guick Dispatch for above Port.
For Frti,lit or passage, app!y to
jail H. HACKFELD A CO. A pert'.
For Smi Frnuciiaco,
THE CLIPPER SCHOONER
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Port.
For Freight cr Pasaare, app'y far
Jx.il II. HACKFELD a Co., Agents.
FOR SAaY FKAZVCISCO
the Clipper 3-Maa!cJ SchooDer
D. S. WILLIAMS,"
J. CLEMENTS. Maater.
Will Have Quick Dispatch for Above Port
For freight or passage, apply to
J i21 If THEO. II. DAVIE3, Ag-tt.
For Ssiii Frsincisco.
The Favorite American Bark
r. O. 3IUKRAY,
Will Sail for above Port with Dispatch.
For freight or passage, havinj suricrior accommodations
jull MM.C. IRW1X & CO., Agents.
FOR SA1 FRATVCISCO.
j7i The American Barkenlioe
Will Ilav Qoltk Dispatch for the Above Port.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
niy21 II. HACKFELD & Co.. Agents
NEW YORK AND HONOLULU
DIRECT LINE OF PACKETS !
1 I 8 CHAMBER
AtlErvns. m n rn - wv
Class V easel will be laid on for Honolulu,
To Sail not Later than the Middle of June.
Having; already secured a considerable freictit for this vessel,
there will be no delay in sailing.
fry tor Freight or Passage, apply to the Agents above
named. mhl5 3m
STEAMSHIP COMPANY !
FOR SA3V FRANCISCO.
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
CITY OF SYDIVTEY,
Will leave Honolulu for San Francisco on
or about Monday, July 7th.
For Sydney, via Auckland !
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
ON OR ABOUT MONDAY, JULY 14th,
II. HACKFELD & CO., Agents.
G'oaiU far Shipment per Slranier cnu now
ae Staird. I'rre of Chargetiu the Flreprool
Wnrrhauar near the Sunnier Wharf, jal 79
TIME-TABLE OF THE
REVXOLDS, : : J : MASTER.
Tuesday, June 21, 6 p m Hilo
No Credit for Passage Money !
We poaitively decline to open accounts for Passages, and we
particularly call the attention of tbe traveling public to the
necessity of having Baggage and Freight plainly marked; the
!S learner will not Le reaponaible for any unmarked baggage or
for any Freight or Parcels unless Krrelpled far.
FREIGHT MOXEV DUE OX DEMAND !
In all cases of Freight for parties not responsible or un
known, the Freight Money will be required In advance.
PACKAGES OF LIQUORS AXD WINES
MIST BE PLAINLY MARKED
For the Pirtv whom they are for, or plainly stated In the re
ceipt to whom tbey are consigned.
All demands for Damage or iss, must ie niaue wuiiiu one
In no way liable lor loss or accident to live stock.
or Hack I'rivers. lloyj. and such like, will not be allowed
on board the Steamer upon arrival, until after the passengers
have been landed.
nihS 79 WILPKH & Cl.
8. C. aLLK!f. M. P. aOBISSOa.'
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
AT ROBINSON'S WHARF. liEALriKi in
Ll'MBKR and all kinds of BUILDING MATERIALS
1'air.ls, Oils, Nails, Ac, Ac.
aoKSTS roa soaooNcas
del) Honolulu, Hawaiian Ialands.
AG EXT OF THE FOLLOWING COASTERS t
Red with White Ball. OFFICE, Corner or
Xuunnu and Queen Streets.
T. K. FOSTER & Co.,
GENTS FOR SCHOONERS
Mary E. Foster,
And the Water Boat.
e20 ly Office on the Ksplanade, Honolulu.
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
C. BREWER JL CO.. AGEXTS.
Merchandise teceived FT0UAGE FREE anJ
liberal cash advances made on shipments by tbia
Jii .i C. BREWER tt CO.
EOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
C. BREWER Ac CO.. AGENTS.
Favorable arrangements can always be made for
Storage and Shipment of Oil, Bone. Wool. Hides
and other Merchandise to New Bedford, Boston. New York and
ther Kaatera Ports. XT Cash Advances made.
jl-.J C. BREWER & CO.
Pacific Iron Works,
SAN FRANCISCO. MANfFACTCRERS OF
Sugar Mills, Engines, Boilers,
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF IRON WORK
J,i fnnnerl',nn irlth Sujar Plant.
lor PrlffS mi Trrm, Apply to
C. P. ADAMS,
m10 7 Acent fir lh Hawaiian IslauJa.
BCaSt Contract Hattiiiiv,
b.th c-.lori.-J h:te.
JTJST RECEIVED FROil HONGKONG !
Py the Bkto MICJNOX. Alrf. a Sraiil Inroice of
Very Fine Tea, Camphor Trunks !
Beat Quarry in ti.ii Mjrict. tc , fr ale by
L. A SKIT,
jal4 Zm (Vrncr of K.nr a:. l N Juanu S:rcvts.
RI.KWI.4L MKKTIXW 111' THE
embers of the Uaceu's 11 D.;-1 wll be hcU at Aluo-
i Unt Hale, on Saturday, the iih of J a!", at 11 a n.
I. lection of t ffictn,
Readiog of Bi-ennial Repc-rts.
All members of the Socirtr are invitel lo attead.
PerorJor, ' F. A. SCHAEFLR, Secretarv.
Honoluln. May 23rd, 18T9. my24 hi
'iIIAT I. THE rx D E R S IC X E D, II A VE GIVS
JL to the Her. A. MACKINTOSH a Power of Attorney to
collect and receive ail moneys ilueauJ owing to me, and no
oiner person is authorized to receive moneys on my account
The receipt of Mr. Mackin!c5h will be the only legal discharge
am r mid iiaie. . J . K AV 1.1 . .
Honolulu, June 3, 179. ju7 tf
MY AIKENTK FROM THE
Kingdom. Ilia Ex. E. PUEsTON is authorized to act lor
me by power of attorney.
nijlOtf J. H. CONEY
OIIN II. Mr LEA N. of llouolulu, hnving
ww mine an assignment, to the unuersigueu, ol all hia stock
in-trade, book debts, etc., for the licnefit of hia creditors, all
parties indebted to said John II. McLean are notified to make
immediate payment to me : and all parties having claims
against said John II. McLean are requested to present the
aiune to me without delay.
R. F. BICKEIITON, 23 Merchant at.
Honolulu, May 2-2, 13T9. m?31 1m
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. "
riMIE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
JL existing lietween V. II. Keed and J. P. ei.son, under the
firm name ol Reed & Sisson, is Una day dissolved by mutual
consent. J. P. Slaaon retiring. The buainesa will be continued
by Mr. XV. II. Reed, who will be responsible for all liabilities
and will make all collcctiona.
V. II . REED,
J. P. SISSON.
Hilo, June 2d, 1ST3. juU 3t
TWVO ADJACENT LOTS OX THE MAURA
aide of Young Street, Nos. 21 and 23. immediately makai
of Mr. T. Q. Thrum's residence. Title Royal Patent, No. 103.
Eize of each lot, 101 K-et front by 1 03 feet deep. Apply to
myl0 3in CfcCIL BROWN.
FOR SALE ! A BARGAIN ! !
ffUIOSE VERY DESIRABLE PREMISES
JL situated on Punchbowl Street, and also fronting oa Miller
Street. There ia on the premise, a two-story dwelling house,
double front, with verandas. Ceiled throughout in.ide, and
built within the last two years. Also, a good new cottage.
- J - aaiih dining room, store room, kitchen, and ether out-houae.
i ne tot contains aorrat-rnrnr an acre, with good pasturacc.
Government water laid on through the lot. Title perfect
particulars, enquire of JOSEPH LAZARUS,
or or W M. JOHNSON,
ju7 Kaahumanu Street
CJall and See
W . DART.
DEALER IX GENERAL MERCHANDISE
at Uonokaa, Ilamakua, Hawaii, where you will And a
large and well selected Assortment of Dry Goods, Groceries
and Hardware. Also Lumber. Doors. Saab. Blinds. P. ails.
Paints, Oils, etc.
Cr Special Orders for Building Material filled at Lowest
Market Ratea. ap!2 3m
The Honolulu Book-Bindery,
DOES BINDING of ALL DESCRIPTIONS
The Work executed at this Establishment in under the
supervision of MR. JOHN I.. REE, who U well-known as
an experienced workman, and cannot be turpassed.
"Work Done at Lowest Hates
WHITNEY Ai ROBERTSON.
Stationers, Publishers, News Dealers and Book-Binders.
(ft 22 '79)
OX THE LAND OF HOXOULIULI,
on the 29th of May. 1S70, a Black Horse, gray fore-
eau, left innu loot while, branueu witn two brands, one
brand like V with dash over: the other brand indescribable
which the owner can have by proving property and paying all
charges. Ju7 E. D. CRANE.
. S. CUXHA I'UOI'KIETOII
MERCHANT STKKET, HONOLULU.
Choice Ales, Wines. Liqnors, Cigars, &c
MACHINERY FOR SAtE I
ONE NEW BOILEK, 1 FEET LONG. O
feet in diameter, wilh 75 4 inch Tubes. Mai!e in an
Francisco by 11 ink ley, pier Sc Co., lately I .tided, ex Barken-
Two New Evaporator, wrought iron shell, with 2 rows of
2 inch iron pipes. Made by Pontrifex At Wood, London.
One Wrought Iron Montcgus, with Copper Internal t'ipes.
All of the above will be Sold Low fur Cash. Fur particulars
arply to (my!7 Ol) C. liUKWER & CO.
Contracting, Consulting and' Valuing Engineer!
HAVING ESTABLISHED RELATIONS
wilh Eminent Engineering Firms In (Jreat Britain, Is
prepared to give Plana, Specification! and Estimates for alt
kinds of Machinery. He ia also ready to undertake the loca
tion of Sugar Plantations, the Construction of Wharves and
Landing Places, the survey ana construction oi nanw&ys,
Tramways, Water Leads, Flumes, fcc,4:c , the superintend
ence of any works in course of construction, and all other work
n the Engineering Line.
He also offers his services us aluator or Appraiser to an
who may require them.
nor Ol 1 1CK, corner oi liaaiiumanu ana iuetn Mreeis, Ho
nolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
OFFICE HOURS. From A. M. to V. M. apUU 3tn
WE BEG LEAVE TO INFORM THE
public that we have several
Traets of Land suitable for Cane Culture,
in the Ilamakua District of nawaii. situate between the lands
of Waipio aud Kaholalele, along the Ilamakua Coast, which
are well known to be the most prolific in Sugar Cane of any
lands on the Hawaiian Island', yielding from
FOUR. TO SIX TOXS PER ACRE,
iih very indifferent cultivation.
We also wiah to inform the public who are in want of
Working Oxen and Horses,
for use on the lands in the district, that there is an unlimited
supply for beef and dralt, together Willi many other facilities
available that cannot be described in a short newspaper ad
vertisement. J. 1. PARK Kit,
SAM L PARKER.
P.S. All particulars regarding terms of leasehold, purchase
of lands, cattle, horses, and all necessary information will be
freely furnished by MR. SAML'KL PARKER, at Kawaihae,
Waimea, raaunau. Slano, or at ary oi nis places oi dusicckb
n the districts of Ilamakua or c. Kohala, Hawaii. myj Jin
KEROSENE OIL, ' PRIDE OF THE WEST,'
THE HIGHEST FIRE TEST IN THE
place, aa per Government Certificate, 132; and pure
spring WATER WHITE. A small lot cf this Superior Oil
ust received ry my dullu v j.
RECEIVED BV LATE ARRIVALS VIZ
Lady Lampson, Kalakaua, Discovery, and Australia.
Golden Gate, Extra Family. Bakers' Extra, & Eldorado Flour.
Cracked Wheat, Corn Meal, Oat Meal, heat, uats,
Ground Barley, Bran, Hay, and for aale by
my24 BuI.LES j CO.
BOILED AND RAW PAINT OIL,
CJTOCKIIOLM TAR. W ILMINGTON TAlt,
i3 Cral Tar, Pitch, Tar Oil, Black armsh, lor aale by
BOLLES & CO.
IXC PAINT. BLACK PAINT. COPPER
Paint, an Asaortment cf Fancy Colors, Rubber Paint,
the best paint used, a lull Assortment ot colors,
mv24 KOLLF.S & CO.
A Perfect Sewing Machine.
The result cf an immense outlay of money and years of
labor and experiments by the best mechanics to be found,
BUT TWELVE WORKING PARTS,
(Others require from thirty lo frty), each part of
direct action, reducing friction to a minimum.
Simplicity, Strength, Durability,
Etite of Operation, Great Ramje of H'orl, combined,
CONSTITUTING THE ONLY
rerfect, Complete 4. FAlLTLESSSHVIXfi M.KIII.M:
ON THE FACE OF THE EARTH.
ArERTICAL lETDD !
A SCIENTIFIC MECHANICAL TRIUMPH.
Pronounced by the FrarA'.in Institute, Philadelphia, (highest
authority lu the U. S )
4Thf best Feed ever invented for Sewins Machines'
THE ONLY POSITIVE SUCCESS
IN ALL DEPARTMENTS OF SEWING.
AH lovers of prrpre9ive trienee and mechanical perfection
ehould see it, ard every lady in the land should examine and try
T lx o 1ST o w
Davis Vertical Feed
SHUTTLE LOCK-STITCH SEWING MACHINE, before
deciding to purchase an inferior machine or a single thread
plaything without a ttnian.
JliEXT FOR THE lUH'JUAy ISLAM).,
apl'J No. 4 0 FORT STREET. 6ui
Re rr knows to all whom it may concern, that Joba
M. Morten, Eaquir. Laviug thla day rreaentc-d to tUis
Department Lis Commission frcui Hia Excellency E. C.
Hayes, rrctiijer.t tT the CntteJ State of America, lie
the said John M. Morton, Esquire, is hereby acknow
Itilf.eJ, ly or-.ler of the King, as Consul of the I'nited
States at Honolulu, Oahu, aud adjacent pa-ts within Uie
same alleiriance. and all hia omcial acta as men are
ordered by His Majebtv to receive full faith and credit
by the authorities of His Government.
Given under my Hand, and with the
Seal of the Hawaiian Kingdom, at
the Foreign Office, this 15th day
cf June, A. D. 1STS.
SiJs'L G. Wildes,
Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs.
It Has pleased Hi Majesty the King to appoint the fol
lowing gentlemen members of His Privy Council of State:
Wni. F. Allen. David Kahaan, C. Along, M. Kuaea, E.
Iolani Palace, June 5th. ISTtf. juT
Lease of Government Land.
Oa Saturday, July 5,"lST9, at 12 o'clock noon, will be
sold at Public Auction, at the front entrance of Aliiolani
Hale, the lease of Government Land as follows:
That portion of Keonepanee near Mr. Morris premises
In Ealihl Valley, adjoining the kuleana of Kanaina, (now
Mitchell) containing about 20 acres, a portion of which
is well suited for bananas. Term five yearn. Upset price
sju per annum, payauie semi-annually in aavance.
Soi l ft. Wii.peh, Minister of Interior.
Interior Office, May 30, 1ST9. iuy32
Lease of Government Land.
The lease for five years of one lot on the Esplanade,
50x100 feet, will be sold by Public Auction at the Aliiola
ni Hale on the 28th day of June, 1879. at 12 M. Upset
price 150 dollars per annum.
The location ami aU other information can be obtained
at the office of the Interior Department.
SAMX O. WILDER,
my 24 Minister of the Interior.
Xotick is hereby given that from and afUr July 1st,
1879, a License will be required, to be taken out for the
sale of Salmon. A Retail License, which will allow the
holder to retail any and all goods, usual under such
license. Heretofore no license has been required for the
sale of salt salmon, but the privilege having been abused
the above rule will be enforced.
Sam'l O. Willer, Minister of Interior.
Interior Office, May 8th, 1879. niylO
It has pleaaed His Majesty the King to appoint Her
ltoyal Highness Princess I.ikeuke Governess of the Isl
and of Hawaii, vice His Excellency S. Kipi, deceased.
Iolani Palace, March 29, 1879. ap3
List of Licenses Expiring in June, 1879.
Notice is herebv siven that all Licenses mtrst be ap
plied for direct to the Interior Omce, and all parties are
cautioned about failing to renew expiring Licenses, and
all Sheriffs and Deputy Sheriffs have instructions to pro
secutive without discretion, any and all parties doing
pusiness witnout tne proper License,
-v. DAM L ft. WlLUClt,
- Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, April 30, 1879.
OAHU 1 Sam Kl, NuutftemSt. Honolulu.
1 Wing bhan & A-h i-o-Xuuanu St. Honolulu
1 TDOS laCK, fori I. HOUO!tLn
1 Mrs Black, Fort St, Honolulu"-
2 Cantle k Cooke, King St, Honolulu
6 J W Crowell, Hotel Br, Honolulu
6 Manuel Joseph, Liliha St. Honolulu.
9 Mrs Borres, Kunanu St. Honolulu.
14 O J Eramcs, Fish Market, Honolulu
14 J H Brans, Esplanade, Honolulu
22 G W Marfarlane & Co, Queen St. Honolulu
5 Antone Marshal, Beretania St. Honolulu.
HAWAII 1 L Tnckon, Kalopihi, Kohala.
- 10 Jas Bichardson, rorth Kohala
JO SI 41
12 H Cooper, Keopnka
14 H Staines, North Kohala
20 Chung Peu & Co. Waiohinu, Kan
30 Allen k Stackpole, Kawaihae.
MAUI 1 Wonff Konff, Waihee
24 Kauhi, Hana
23 Alo, Lahaina
MOLOKAI 5 J Lima, Houomuni.
KAUAI 4 Ahana, Hanapepe.
1 Young Hee & Co, Wailnku. Maul
7 Wong Kong. Waihee, Maui
3 Wing Sing & Ah Dan, Nuuanu St. Honolulu.
22 AC Con Chee, Kapaa, Kauai.
4 E S Cunha, Union Saloon, Honolulu.
22 O V7 Macfarlane & Co, Queen St, Honolulu
2 CaHtle & Cooke, King St, Honolulu
3 F A Schaefer & Co, corner Kaahumanu and
Merchant Sts, Honolulu
19 E Uoffschlaeger & Co, Merchant St. Hono.
19 M 8 Grinbaum k Co, Queen St. Honolulu.
22 O W Macfarlane & rv. Queen St. Honolulu
' 25 Lewers & Dickson, Fort St, Honolulu
1 Voting Hee fc Co, Wailuku, Maul
1 J Kauwalu, Waialua, Oahu.
1 Juaquim Garcia, Wailuku, Maui.
9 Mrs Borres (3 Tables), Nuuanu St. Hono.
CAUTION T0THE PUBLIC.
To avoid imposition, purchasers of Waltham Watches
will observe that every genuine watch, whether gold or
Biver, bears our trade-mark on both case and movement.
Gold cases are stamped " A. W. Co." and guarantee cer
tificates accompany them. Silver cases are stamped
" Am. Watch Co., Waltham, Mass., Sterling Silver,"
and are accompanied by guarantee certificates, signed
It. E. Bobbins, Treasurer. The name "Waltham"
is plainly engraved upon all movements, irrespective of
either distinguishing marks.
This caution is rendered necessary by reason of the
fact that our eases are frequantty separated from our
movements and put upon worthless movements of oUier
makers, and rice versa, thus affecting injuriously the per
formance of the watches and vitiating our guarantee,
which is intended to cover only our complete watches
wholly made by us. It is necessary, also, because it is so
notorious as to be a public scandal, that there is great
fraud in the metal quality of both gold and silver cases
as now generally sold. We have demonstrated by fre
quent auxays that many gold and silver cases offered in
the market are debased from 10 to 20 per cent, from the
quality they assume to be. This is a fraud upon the pur
chaser, and accounts for the low price at which such
cased watches have been sold.
We take this occasion to announce that we have re
cently entirely remodelled the very popular grades of full
plate movements, known by the marks, " Wm. Ellery,"
" Arpleton, Tracy 4: Co.," " Waltham Watch Co.," " P. S.
Bartlett," and " Broadway," giving to them not only a
highly improved appearance, but great additional value.
We embody in tlim such of the best results of our expe
rience and study for twenty years as can be useful in this
popular form of watch. We give these new model watches
ppecial recommendation to all who look for good per
formance and solid excellence at moderate cost. The
alterations have been made with the view of pleasing
practical watch makers, as well as watch wearers.
We avail ourselves, too, of this occasion to warn the
public against cheap watches. The superiority of
Waltham goods, in all grades, is now so generally ac
knowledged that our competitors, Swiss aud American,
seem to have no resource but to present the attraction of
low price. Their goods being inferior to ours, they have
to sell them for what they can get. Times are hard, and
people generally not knowing a good watch from a bad
one, very often allow a Buiall price to decide them.
William Morris, the eminent English Lecturer on Art and
Labor Topics, in a recent lecture delivered before the
" Trades Guild," says :
" I know that the public In general are set upon having
things cheap, being so ignorant that they do not know
when they get them nasty, also so ignorant that they
neither know nor care whether they give a man his due ;
I know that the manufacturers, so-called,' are so set on
carrying out competition to its utmost, competition of
cheapness, not of excellence, that they meet the bargain
hunters half way, and cheerfully furnish them with nasty
wares at the cheap rate they are asked for, by means of
what can be called by no prettier name than frand."
We are much mistaken if this is what the public wants
or expect, of us, at least. Good watches cannot be made
when neither workman nor employer has pride in his
occupation ; interest aud pleasure in the work are both
wanting, and both are essential to good watch-making.
Low price, especially in watches, means low quality,
WITH LOW PERFORMANCE AND HIGH REPAIRS.
Our mission was, aud our business ia, to make good
watches, whatever the cost ; holding firmly to this single
purpose, we have seen improvement in quality and re
duction in cost, by means of discoveries and improve
ments in machinery and by natural causes, go steadily on
together, until we can truly say, Waltham Watches, in
their respective grades, are the best watches made, and
as to the lower grades, they are within reach cf every
body who earns wages. Our prices are as low as they
ought to be, and as low as they will be. Watches cannot
be made for nothing, even by machinery. We eay to the
public, buy a good watch while yon are about it, and pay
a proper price for it. The more you pay an honest dealer
the better satisfied you will be in the end ; don't be de
ceived by cheapness quality descends faster than price.
For American Watch Co., of Waltham, Mass.
ROBBINS & APPLETON, General Agents,
apl9 Xew York, U. S. A.
y All the above Line of Waltham Watches for Sale at
the Store of M. McINEKNY. Sole Agent for this Kinpdom.
Also. Agent for the GOItHAM STERLING SILVER
WARE. The Trade Supplied at LOWEST PP.ICE3. ap26 3m
NEW GOODS! NEW GOOD!! We have Just received
an assortment of new goods in our line, among which
will be found a good line of HANGING LAMPS and
CHANDELIERS. We also have an endless variety of use
ful articles for house-keeping. 37 Fort Street.
DILLINGHAM A CO.
X. B. The "QUEEN" EEFRIGERATOK it the best.
Can lie lmht at a reasonable price from
DILLINGHAM .t CO.
r SOMETHING NEW ! TO PLANTERS, PLANT A
tion Agents, Graziers, etc., who are in need of a light
bandy machine for setting up and mending fence wire,
will find just the thing at Dillingham & Co.'s store. Fort
street. Kb 1
M r. Clnna Sprrckels, of California, intend
to construct a large Ditch on the Inland of Maui, for
irrigating purposes. Any person or persons willing to
excavate or dig 500 feet or more of this ditch by contract,
and be paid for such work either by the number of cubic
feet or by the number of running feet of the ditch exca
vated, are requested to apply to H. Schnsnler, Haiku,
Maui, or to Wm. G. Irwin k Co., Honolulu, who will give
theiu the necessary information.
By II. SCHUSSLF.R.
November 23, 178. deT
- SAT CRD AY, JUNE 21.
ST Wednesday last, tbe lSih cf Juce, as tbe
nnniTerjary cf seTeral notJ bu!cs thoe cf Water
loo, Dunker's 11:11, and Petersburg In tbe late cml
war in America.
MBisLfi. Another case cf this tlisease was re
ported on Merchant Street ou Tuesday last. No
alarm need be felt as to its spreading, as all proper
precautions are taken by tbe Board cf Health.
AcKXOWLrDaDE.vrs Ours are due to Purser
FUtt cf tbe City cf JS'tw York, Merchants Ex
change, San ranciso, and to Capt. Nordberg of tbe
barkentlne Eurtka, for files of late pipers.
Cosjvxctiox of PiaxETS. Look out for an in-i
teresting sight in tbe heavens at daylight on tbe i
morning of June SO. when tbe planets Mars and
Saturn will be only about 8 minutes apart. At
11 o'clock in the forenoon, tbey will be nearest
within about one minute but can then be seen on
ly through a telescope. '
3Jvsic.--The Band will plsy this afternoon at
EmmA Square, commencing at half-past 4 o'clock.
Following is the programme :
March Kameke Parlow
-Lifiht Cavalry buppa
Cavatuia lielmario Doutsetti
Waltz Vienna Hlcuxl . Strauas
Selection The Freischutz Weber
Polka For Friendship Liebig
As Ixsaxe Mother. Last Wednesday morning a
young native woman on Fort Street, in a sudden fit
of insanity, bit ber two-months old infant on tbe
head, taking a piece out of the scalp larger than a
dollar and as clean cut as if done with a knife. She
had to be choked before she would desist from biting.
A physician was called and dressed tbe infant's
Still Tuev Come. Tbe disciples of Moinus will
have another opportunity of worshipping at his
shrine on or about the 15th of July, for by advices
received by us a portion of the stock company ol
the California Theatre will visit us as will also
the Vaidis Sisters, Steuart Sisters, Charley Heed
end a select company from another San Francisco
theatre, on or about the same date. If tbey have
merit tbey will succeed, if no . merit, then no suc
cess. From China. By the way of San Francisco we
learn that the British Governor of Hongkong
had decidedly set his face against "Coolie" emi
gration. A clearance had been .refused for tbe
German bark Jacohine, which vessel was to pro
ceed to IVhampoa to take in Chinese passengers
for Honolulu. It is said the application is still un
der consideration. Tbe Steamer Alaska was 51
days lo Hongkong from San Francisco, including
detention at Honolulu.
Ws.EBf.4BE the American Fatbiots Only two
weeks more, and the -Lalor ions Fourth" will be
here, but so far we have heard no preaj-ation what
ever to celebrate the day, Time was, when Honolu
lu fired salutes, listened to orations, feasted aiuau,
and let off fireworks on the anniversary of American 4
Independence. Has King sugar indeed wrought
such a change in the spirit of our dreams as that we
have lost all regard for the " Spread-Eagle " ?
AsnoRE. The P. SI. S. S. Cos Steamer City of
J'ew York managed to touch on the reef at the
western sido of the passage while coming in on the
night of the ICth inst., and remained aground nntil
10 A. M. on the 17th, when assistance waa rendered
and she floated from her unpleasant position. No
damage has been reported as having resulted from
her remaining in statu quo for ten hours, and she left
at 10 A. M. on the 18th, on the journey toward Aus
tralia. We wonder how much water there is on the
bar at low tide; may be the pilot could tell us now.
Tiis James Makee." This is the name of
Foster & Co s new steamer, bestowed in honor of
one of our well-known and pioneer eugar planters.
She made the passage from San Francisco in 10 days
and 22 hours. The new boat is of a fine model and
gives the impression of solidity and strength.
Early daring the passage she lost three of tbe fans of
the propeller, but for which accident she would no
doubt have made better time. We understand that
a sptire propeller belonging to the Kilauea Hou will
be utilized for the present on the Jamet Alakte, un
til a new one ean be procured in San Francisco.
Corrections. We were in error in our last in
stating that there was no regulation aa to the load
ing of drays. Chapter 27 of tbe Session laws of 1878
provides that " No vehicle licensed to transport
freight shall carry more than one ton of two
thousand pounds, for each drawing horse or other
animal, under penalty upon the licensee of double
license." The law is a good one, but we are in
clined to believe it is often violated.
In the instructions to masters of vessels pro
ceeding to the Pacific Islands in quest of laborers,
in the third paragraph as to terms, for bed,
clothing." read bed-clothing.
Labor in Samoa. We find that agriculturists at
the Samoan Islands (who are mostly Germans) have
to import their laborers, as we do at the Hawaiian
Islands. By a recent letter from Apia, we learn
that besides the production of Cobra, or dried cocoa
nut, there are a nnmber of sugar plantations al
ready started and about 1,400 laborers employed,
which have been imported from the various Pacific
Islands New Britain, New Hebrides, tbe line Is
lands and elsewhere. The planters of Samoa have
cruisers out all the time looking for laborers among
the different islands. They obtain these people on five
years contract, at $2 per month and found, their
food, says tbe writer, being of the most meager kind,
and their clothing of course almost wi7.
OritM Again. There was landed from the C'ify
of .Yew York, on MonJoy last, among the other
freight, two ordinary looking chests, but without
'name or address. One contained a lot of Chinese
carpenter tools, the other some clothing. But on
close examination these innocent looking chests were
found to have, the one a false bottom and the other
false sides, in which were snugly concealed
altogether some sixty tins of opium. And now tbe
custom-house authorities arc quite solicitous to
know who is the owner of the chests, who, strange
to say, does'nt come forward and claim his property.
The cry is, still it comes. Yesterday some 222
tins of opium were discovered on board tbe schooner
American Girl, said to have belonged to the stew
ard, a Chinaman. Government must have quite a
stock of the drag on hand.
Theatrical. The performances nt " the Ihearre
have contributed in a great degree to assist our res
idents in whiling the hours away during the week
past, ns the opportunities giTcn to laugh ond grow
fat "have been more in number than for & long time
previous. On last Saturday evening the perform
ance given by native artists only, was not as well at
tended ns it ehould have been considering tbe wea
ther and the attractive bill rendered. Those who
went were satisfied. On last Tuesday afternoon tbe
matinee performance of the Victoria Loftus
Troupe," and another performance in the evening
by the same company, was very well attended, stan
ding room only being all that was left at an early
hour. The performances of the various artists were
well received, and the actors themselves felt well
pleased at the generous acknowledgements from a
truly appreciative audience. Messrs Frost and
Davis, the managers of this Troupe, may congratu
late themselves upon having done all they agreed lo,
and that when they return this way from Australia,
our people will be pleased to tec them again.
THE GEEATEST RAGE in thi city is about thooe
Ladies Fine Lile Thread Opcuworked and French Embr.
Bordequin Hose, at the C. O. P. Bazar.
SILK, Linen and Cambrick Hemstiched Handkerchiefs
both Ladies' aud Gents' in great abundance, at the
C. O. P. Bazab.
' KNITTED and Aplique Lace Tidies in neat figures, at
the C. O. P. Bazah.
CREPE, colored Satins aud Tancls to match any piece
D'ressgood., at the C. O. P. Bazar.
LADIES' White Suits
Fashions, at the
and Underwear of the Latest
C. O. P. Bazar.
material, at the
Laces, Trimming, ke., of the finest
jn21 C. O. P. Bazar.
Cri.iTiu. IR.tMt. Ilia ri'i'i l d the Chi
nese residents of Honolulu bare suhi-cribed about
S 12.000 for the purpono of Laibting theatre ia
which to represent tbe interminable dramas of the
Flowery Land. t
E2T The Steamer Liktlikt resumed her trip oo
the I8th tost., leaving on that date for tbe Cireult of
Hawaii. She carried about 70 cabin and 200 deck
passengers. The overhauling she received during
the week gave br a tery bright appearance.
Cr We find an iteu ia the California papers ta
tbe effect that Coegresemaat Monty, of MUaiaelptJ 'la
going to the Hawaiian Ialands aa the guest l Ue
King, whose regard be woa by advocacy of Hawai
ian produets duty free."
Personal. Among the passengers arrived from
San Francisco by the etesmer oo Monday were J.
M. Morton, Esq , V. S. Consul at this port and
.family; nd Col. J. G. Fair, of Nevada tad
' among returned residents we note Hon. II. A.
Widemana and daughter: Coi. C. II. JuidjJ.
Campbell, Esq. and wife ; Henry Cornwall. Ebu.
and wife ; E. Dailey, Eiq.. and A. Unna, Esq. and
A Neat Bilixtin Boaid. Messrs. T. R. Faster
& Co. display on the veranda of Whitney It Robin
son's book-store, a very handsomely painted bulUtla
board of their vessels engaged ia the ooaettag trade,
announcing arrivals and projected departures. This
will prove a valuable convenience to tbe publie ; ad
we would suggest that it would be aa improvement
were tbe bulletin boards of tbe P. M. 8. Compaoy'e
boats to be placed in the same pnblie locality, cp po
sit e tbe bank and next to tbe Post Offioe.
T2T Messrs. Whitney & Robertson have laid vpoa
oar table a little trot Ami of some fifty psges, tnlitlsJ
Hawaii Nei : An IJyll of the reciuJ Islet. By
Edward Bailey." It is printed and published at
Ann Arbor, Michigan, which faet may account for
typographical errors and that " Idyl " la spelled
wilh two l'i. The author possesses what Byron
calls " the fatal facility of rhyme," though some of
tbe couplets must have been anytbiog but faoile of
construction ; and as for poetry, one might as well
look for evidences of tbe divine afflatus " io tho
pages of a Nautical Almanac. Her are sevsral
specimen couplets anent tbe volcano: ii;
" But then, I know, I'm wasting breath
On point alone, or lift cr death,
Filla every thought of thoaa who go,
To sea what slghta the world can show ;
Tis the great cauldron Kilauea, .
Sought out alike by each aurvtyor
Of nature's wonders igneous ; ,
Tour highest aaplratioua Urns,
Incontrovertibly shall be -. -,,
Well satisfied, aa we shall see." t t
The themes are, a description of Hawaiian soenary j
a yearly meeting of the Missionaries at Honolulu J
and a canoe voyage along tbe coast of Hawaii. The
price is 91 in cloth, and 60 cents paper.
Ta Jis ErttUeuCf the Minister o fAe Interior
Si a I have the honor to furtiUh this 'tbe Fortieth
Semi-annual Report of tha Treasurer of the Qutait'a
Hospital, showing tha receipts and disburse mam ts daring
the half year year ending May Slat, aud of the present
financial condition of the corporation:
Nov. 30, 1x78 To balance eaah on hand t Mil
May SI, 179 To
amount received of tin
Finance Department for Ha- ,
w allan seamen and paamoikgeT
taxes for tha two quarters
ending March 31, 1K79
To 6 months Interact on Legacy
D reoelpta from )y patients
-i - i MRumiaEifEirrs. , , ,
During the same pertws Uta bveu aa follows t
For salary of physician at I1&00.... ...... ....... . 750 CO
For salary of purveyor and servants waina. ..... . 1,007 00
For bedding, fuel, proviaiooa, inediclaca, oof.
fins, etc 4,090 M
For gas machine, fixtures, gasoline, etc , MO 09
For Vans' bill gas fitting. Ate, per contract..., WO 01
For fire-proof safe - IS 00
For premium for Insurance, one year on tha
buildings and furniture of tha corporation
tor n i teen tuousana aoiirj-s. .......,..,...., , , 743 to
May 31 Balance of cash In bank t.CM 60
. , t ls.wa is
The estimated assets on the 1st July are ss followsi
Cash in hank..... ,., t 8.S20.SO
From pay patients by estimate $ 082 OU
From Hawaiian Government, for aea- '
men aud passenger taxes for quarter
ending June 30, estimated 2,200 00
Amount available on draft front Into- "'
rlor Department from appropriation, 4,Kt6 66
, f,B4S M
Total assets.. ,
The liabilities for the month of June are
Leaving net assets... $11 Jt9 Sst
The appropriation made by tha last Legislature has -not
been drawn upon alure October laat, aa tha recalpta
from taxes ana pay patients nave been ampia for the
current expenses during tha period under review.
Jobs? H. Pattn
Treasurer Queen's Hospital
ir.inii1lii Jnna th 1M7'I
- Oaha College. -
The following is tbe Report of the Commllte
appointed to attend the Annual Examination of
fahu College, held June 12tb, 13th and 16th, 1879:
Gentlemen of the TitusTErs : . All jour Com
mittee were present at nearly all the exercises of
thevf xamination. Our general Impression U'hat;
the school has been in excellent bands during tha
past year. With an entire change of teachers at)
the opening of the school year, It might well have
been feared that the school would appear at A qls
advantage and show signs of loss In scholarly ton
and efficiency. But we can report that (It alUneV"
ance has increased, the number of pupils during
tbo last term being 93, though soma of them ar
somewhat lower in grade than those wboMiave or
dinarily been received into the school. Bat (here
seems to have been at least no letting do wnh
scholarship. In some respects we ean notice
decided improvement. We can say, that there baa
been a marked improvement In the government of
We saw with pleasure the military muster of all
the scholars for roll call and entry ioto the school
rooms, and the like precise order ia dismissing
tbem. This system contributes to discipline and
Tbe school ia orderly, well behaved and tieij
tive to duties, with lUtle reatlessness or disposition
to make annoyance on the part of the pupils. Wo
can also commend ia unqualified terms the great
improvement in penmanship. Penmanship, which
has often been complained of as neglected, baa
this year been successfully taught. W are also
gratified that vocal music has received a more
thorough attention than it has of late years. In
drawing there has been as much improvement as
could be expected, from tbe general character of
In Latin and Greek the classes showed very sat
isfactory progress. The Instruction baa been '
thorough. There wer examinations ta Latin
Reader, Ca-sar. Cicero, Virgil and tbe Anabasis.
In some of tbo classes in mathematics there were
more clearness and precision and readiness of
statement than in others, but all of the four or five
classes in Arithmetic, and the two in Algebra, aod
tbe one in Geometry, and tbe one in Conia Sections
gave evidence of good teaching.
The declamations and compositions and music,
that occupied the hours of tbe last day, gave gen
We were gratified to have tbe attainments of the
pupils in Instrumental Music so fully airrbrsevT.'"'' .
Your Committee would org that careful atten
tion be given to preserve and perfect (be grading
of tbe school, as far as possible, and to 'carrying
the pupils along over a systematic and defined
course of studies. There appears to be some
danger that scholars will hardly know just where
tbey are in the different years of ibe Preparatory
and of the Academical Courses. There may be
liability that classes in Arithmetic will be mnltl
plied too much, as younger scholars are admitted.
Book keeping has been thoroughly taught, and
the examination of the two large classes In that
study was gratifying.
Tbe examination in Natural Philosophy waa con
ducted by tbe students, performing and explaining
their own experiments. jj
English Grammar has been taught in three 'f
classes, and there has been a class of the younger f ,
scholars in United Stales History, all, of, wbjca )
passed fair examinations. . '
No advanced classes in History, or Rhetoric', or
Literature, or Mental Philosophy, have been taught 1 ,i
year. Classes in Astronomy, Physical .
Geography and some other studies bad been pre
ilimiy t-Amiliiii u. : l fc
1 tie-re is no gi auuaunn class, uui it is uupeo mat I ".
there will be one a year from this time. Spelling' ;
ami Heading have been regularly taught, though
no examination was held in these branches, t
We hope also that tbe same drill will be extend f i
ed to declamation and composition by tbe. whole f
school that is apparent in the singing aod writing,
In the Rhetorical Exercises of Monday, no oompo- 4 I .
sition from tbo boys appeared. In a few classes ' '
also, there was need of a little more animation in
the recitation, and of a more dislinot enunciation.
' It is gratifying to notice so many Hawallana tak
ing advantage of the educational privileges of this f
school, and tbe Committee hopo to see this number
With these suggestions, and with our hearty !
congratulations, that the school is ao ably and
successfully conducted, we submit to you tbia 1
I A. Fbanciu Jidd.
i Lawrence McCllly.
Honolulu .Tnnfl ?ulh 1R71 ' '
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