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Hacoa.ui'rcsl clr-Ic wo ikU with 1 Insure tie con
bnua. o( activity, ri. tally in th- j -Mdn .'! tra 1
t- psr'tctpal:: rn tii ehan?JB- ' A.I
B'M-luvu.-al lutla-tnt h, T.rxrcv.r. o m:iiti".- !
riiot of a fn!l t:i.- rf pn r'.:.. t.-. I : ! h
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d-srl tr frn, S.n Fran, l-vn. . t'.it c L La a
C-.Vn rf trtw.ekly M.!. t .:. 1 u notice ..f
t.n. in the V't.-M f-r i-I I '" '' 'av;
l' .xi-mcncc I d Mil w. - k ; bat lh. r are in iicatious if
n nn.t..lin? L.-.n:; arrive I at I t-u the r. Sneri
auJthe lmi-ort.ru cfturti U'ar. which mar affect
The arrival fr.-m the coat thi wrtk brin? further
Invoices) of Calif'Tnia produce t- what s.-truM aa al
rsady well nirjl.il n'1"1; thouh f Darn that a
portirn La air-s ly l n dipo.l of. i n private Km..
uodT.t l t , 1 at -K. tt .iii r - V." The W HM-y. r
t rine a Isrve n 'in.'" r r.f .rkr " ' ( nl'tt lire. 1.
ltAr Tnl heal cf f.ne rattle ami ro..p i.f cr-.'drc
E P A Jam M hoMlni b-day a trade al'- of Chincr
(7u.l..i.-principally iiond script r-r" ri . w Li. h it
Inns atb nJr.l by tho- t- h-m it may cr.ncirn, the
f hince. thi f l' Ins litt! ltit r -t t the r r. rl i-ul.hc.
TbCot.ra II .ne taM f- r tli -at auart' r. a al.-o
th CotDj-aratsa-e t tU f- r tl.- stx lu -Uth 'f arr
frivtB brwith, f-.r Lib w- ar iuliU-.l t-j tbe
roorUoy It Hi-t i:i ths Miii-t' r of Ftiiau- -.
It U uatU-r t f int. nt t iu tc t!.c at. a-ly iucrc ant cf
roar anJ ri- f- r ttc inart. r. l.nt a il. rr a,-"i- in alinoat
ail.lli.-r arti. U f nj"rt. tii b t IU a;:rwt a;-t-cUJlT
U!i Ihf n'-Ta J tin i-r.r t- io whli li WC htT"
f rinntly rall l attntnn " f Ut.-. W hil-- thf ni- rts i f
aur'ar tiav- in. n ! m.-rr tfian to au-1 a half million if
i-.un-l-i duruif th" his m.-nth la.it -a-t, tho t-jtal val't
atK.nof xi-.rU lin it r-a-! t- t)i! aiifuM r fll.T,
tli " . We may r f r afain t-.thl anLjoit at inr li ii:t?i.
I .r III-rn f mt f..r i-nim li rati. -n that atT.f t our
atatiio ru'.ru than I iwn i-y tur..rT -.laorc ttiT at.
I s 1
Total alr c f all I v I :
f..Cl j j j
atelrl'UavTbVa' j 55 2j :
p . IS3 ?'5
1 1 - t 1
"I I "
1 m -'-ri
1 - I
111 "i! IS
mi -. c! I r:-
.1L0C TIIK UlliU.I.
Th Am t.rail a-h W II Merer, I Hiai-liartrlnR an a
nrtnl rn." of i.m r hn-lno In. 111 Sau I'rau. i o at
TiLb U as S..rnn'a harf.
AtthoOM Custom Hon, nharf. the Am l-ktne J A
Flkinhnrir. l l..a.lin:; f -r IVrtlan.l . an. I the Am U
Cyane. I Ui hariu IK' IK ral tari,'. fmmSan Fra?u ico,
At Ilrrver k f'o'a wharf, the Am l-ktuo Flla. i loa-lins
atiirar. ah will aall t--.lay n n f..r San Franri.-..;
! at the uni wharf, .he Fren.-h l.k Alph i.iimii
Zrlif, i.ll-tcbarKiOi; a K'-m-ral tar-. friu San Fram-iiM-o.
Th- Am l.ktne Ann lia, 1 ilirliarHni l imlr at Alln
liuaD'M wharf. ! will xail for Sou 1 rain i-ko on
tlon.Uy or Turs.lay neat.
At tb Fatlana.!e tro.ite the 'n.t..m If..tue, the Am
kktoa Monitor, U tlin. barMiitf a rr.;.i of IiiiiIh r.
Tt Am ship KrpnMiir. at the KM St aiinhii wharl has
her rargo arxnt all out; xbe will sail f.-r San Frau
. aaxly in the week
Th Haw lk Lilin. In ajt harping luinlx-r at the f jot
of Frt u
The PMSS Zealan.lia. will 1 tine fr.-i.i Han Fran
r 1. u on Jl n.ay 1' M with the 1' 3 Mail.
roiiT or nouoLULU, n. i.
A Kill VA I.i.
July S Frrm b tk Alphnnain Zeli I., l- an-
Man FranW -
,iiu, iJ d.iyi f.oin
r, Am Lk Cr
, - -
auiioo, 13 day from 8 F
, Am topaad sett Loteta, Pester, from OonaUka
7p MS City ef jdiwy, Ioarl.orn, Irrnn Sydney
10 Asa topsail cb W II Meyer, Crown, 15 .U fn.111 S F
July 7 Am l.k It.itnier. Wolff, ft Port IIimMe
7 BoliTl tn bk ar.rie. Curtij for I'urt :mliW
B p Hart City of SyJiH-y, Dtaiborn. f- S F
ft Am bk I C Murray. Nurri. for Pan Franriwo
Aw wb bark ik'ilant, Smitbcr. f Aicuc
VeaavrU for Hl"l" i"rua Foreign l'ri
Am bk Uaribaliii, Neweastle.N S W.
Uritbk Dorenhy, Olaafow, due
Am hii Oov Uomlwin, tllaimow due Aup 2i-Uj
lirtt bk Stormy 1-etrel, f:iasw due Aeg &-10
lint lop Karrnacraia-. I.irerpool. due A or 1-5
Haw bia Violet. Boulh jVa llan.l, over due
Am bk Amy Turner, Bno. due Oct tWIO
Brit bk Tbe Frederick, lirrrpool, d JC rK-pt 2C0
Ha acar Mak-m, Poet Lndb.w. due
Jiaw bk Rt: Wylie, Uremen. due s. f4 i 10
Am letn A P J.iclan. San r r-ni i-c (. lliln, sil.d Jane l,th
Am bk Laura K Burnham, New York, loading M ly 2M
llrit bk Viola, Urtrpcol, Imtdinic May li
Drlt almr Zealan.lia, fn Franci.eo, due July II
lierua bk Malrina. W bampoa
Am bk Jenny Pitta. Purt Uainble
Am bftneT W Locaa. Port tlanible, Ilonuapn, Hawaii
;rbk Aufuate, Cardiff, la ail middle June
Am bk llueaa Viats, Port iianiMe, for Hilo a.iill June
Am bk Fornt Vlacen, Han Farneisco, laid on June 2b
Kaiatea acb Vinl, Fanniog'a lalanJ, July 20 ii
Am bk Camden. Port Uamble. due
VKSSKLtS IN I'OKT.
Haw bk nawaii
Haw bk Ulia, U'tlrien
Am ship KepubMi, Uoimc
Am bktne Ella, llmwa
Ani bktc J A Falklubnrg. Ilnbbar.l
Am bktne Amelia, Foye
An bktne Monitor,
French lk A Iphonaine Zelie, Lcbcaupin
Am bk Cyane, Hanson
Am topsail sell Loleta. Dexter
Am topsail sea W II Meyer. Crown
Report of PMSS City of Sydney, Dearborn, Cuni-mau.ler-I
ft Sydney June 10th, at l. p ia : arrived in
Aockl-n.1 23.1 at 1 a m : Uft name day at I p m, arrived at
Honolulu July 7tb, Experienced, fine weather duriDgtbo
gas FaiSCT.-o, ArrlreJ Jnne 2. am tk Forest Qaccn,
betc Ms- 77.
Fmai Pan Frnco V- r Alphoniine Zelie, July 7 A S
Martin, John Memo, Frank Costa, W Hildreck.and b Chinese
Fmm San Franeiseo Per W II M- yer, July 10 R IlartforJ
Piuree Williams, I: t: W 1 niton, U Ib(n, li H Rentun, C A
liam-me, and SI Chinese.
From ?n Franeiscn Per Cyane. JuTy 7 P J McDonald.
J CoonoUy. John Hiekey. Iac nhaw. K P UifTrrman. W W
Anderson, W Clark, rt L Jewel, J Horey.John Mitchell,
TMannin. D Cunningham, J Victory, Miss Mary Simmons,
and 1! earnest.
Fmsw Fydney Per City of Sydney, July 7 J H Coleman,
John Reran, a 3d 61 passengers in transitu.
For ?aw Fraaeisen Per City of r jdnejr. July 8 Mm C
Smith, J U Fair, J O Fair, jnr fich iKy. J C Ulade, mil- and
ebikl. K P AJarns. J M Comty. lrvinj Tewkshury, T II
Daries. wifo and 1 ehiMren. O W Townscnd, and wife.
Mr. pearsoa. E Bowler. 8 M M-den, wile and child. R J
(iri'ere Jaa Smith. U Mewmao. mU an I chil l. Mrs SI L
V ilhacs. J II Norton, A M Renney, T Scarry. R noyce,
A VV Richardson. James lrrin(, Thomas Roller, J Krho,
Mrs Boll. Job O Harre, K Phillips, John t k Diets, and
J U Kjles, Ab Cboy.
Foe San Francisco Per D C Slurray, July 9 Capt. H
Ckwsoa, Charts Boota.
F.r Ban Francicr, per D C Murray. July 8. ZXT! pksn
M417S lbs) aufar.Uvl ba; C;jtb rice, Dotuts tic value
Tor Pan Francisco, per City cf Sydney. July 8.&104
i.kw r79uJ44Ib TOKar 4i ba Jf ) nee. .03 bnchs
Li.nanas. II boxes mangoes. 3 do Flantaln. 5J bales, f
coin. 4 bis bottl leares. 1 bx pii-lnrf . 1 rase enno s. 6
cacw whiskey. Domestic value f7.22iJ. lurtiKn value
Fanm San Franeiseo. per Cyane. July S.-lDt. n-vr. JS
rUsa windows. boxe. pla. pk blin b, llo eas
Ji 7 bl.H meat. 31 eases breavl. It'll sack
flour. bbU salmon. 70 pkir of l'inor.
f tr.u pistes.
viai boxes anirar. 00 ics piisio. .7
XTlo plater. 1 bri. ks. 6-t. It- eat iron. 2 t. le.
! . ..WM rrl.nl SX WtA T 1 1 ba Xt-1 A til.
Vh0aT MZiZr?:va I i". hrrd.reVcas dry
o.ir.aia.ka r-r Wou July 7 -6 ktg LrJ. T c.iei
!r. ill i x - arc . b n-.ni.. 10 etrpty k
: he. 1 uiir.llarwoh dicIkIm;.
Fr.-ii. sv.:n.y .r city . f s um -i : July r''f.:4 ! doubts as to iLe feasibility of the proposed immigr
VV:i.l.a.trA a., Mh....1,.. intraW,. t.n kK ,r .
11 San Fran.-l----o t.rW II jhyr July n. --' t.a-
li i. i- j l-r-i Silm-.u, C-l i a -. eauii'-a it"u, i .
I : '..'- - 1.1 l-raii. Lale iUv. Ii4 na kn potatoes
i. !M- i.v f. f 11-i I'- rk. 11 an.- lirj" r-0 cai-kH
1 ' .f. i -t - T.O.i. co. ft mat- Hire. l'l lSla sliei-t Iron.
Virr.-r 1-It.l. , :w llo.-. Cow an-1 ralvii, J lleifrM
1 linll. i-l.ii I.. l'Hu Jlnck, l' H U I'oi-ta ud 45
j ) ii i llaii. r.u- sin Lil.-ie.
Fr-.i . Svi I'rsn: I-n. jtr .Mi-lKMizinc Z-lie July 7. 4 bales
l;. i-ilia. - .! Military fiH..U, 111 rasm tni.1, 8 Iron
vn. 1 -.w 111 raw li.i-r. 2 Horse", 21 ru KLinpleB,
Jil- K. V. J". in l.nck, l.vi hdl Sheet iron, 2
i-. k- F1 nr. j m-k l'oinlnn l-" bak-a Hay lJUJ i-acka
'.rain. 1 - CaniieJ Gooil 25 bbla rialiuon 2nC bbli
J.ui.- ainl - J I t.i min i llautous iu( r handine.
f '(.i.u r.N -Nrvn.i.E In tliiscity.cn Saturday, July J,
I y the k. v. A. Mrkiiit..sh. MiRris Keiiokd Col fcVKN t
M1-1 l.ii. Aiu 1.1 A11. r. Neville, b)th of li"iululu.
; I.i vi rjKJ 1 i-aj.i ri l ane cojiy.
I) K AT HS.
J-.ms In thin city, July '-1. M M Euiuiiokalaui.
roum-'i t iu,;l.t. r of Jn.li-e v lLat ie an-I Mumt
JoM . i. nl t )ir aii. I 7 nji-i.t li... An infant lu years.
l.nt 'insularly inatiire iniLti licet.
I-ike morn 1 UK' uew.
She X rkl. il. wait exhaled.
And lied t.) Heaven."
K'-'-nyav At Mrlljr.nrne, Australia. May 19, K9, c f
li I tli. ria.. UTkt i r, at. -d ti yearrf, tbe tbleet daughter of
u 1: l;ci ha.vax of Houolulu.
REkV At Wali'io. Hamakua. June 'JO. ct ceneral de
bility, l:tHNAHn I:ei.t. at-'nl 7:t, a native of Ireland and
an Aim m an citizen by adoption. For the lant thirty
year be vii employed aa a cooper on whalera MailiuK
from 11-il- lulu, wait L.-nefct and trustworthy, which.
itb the rharactintic iiki bnruor of bl race niade "Old
l:arn.y."aj) he u familiarly known, a favorite with
kipp r nd othi rs. I'eacc t- bU anhea!
Si Lva In this city, at the Catholic Hoarding School.
July t'th. of t phold fever, Macv Ann. only daughter of
Ai.toiie and liana S Ira of naikaim. Maul, aved lb years
II iin -i. tin and lfi ilaya.
Ar.r. In thi city, July Mb., Mnakiawe, wife of L.
- . at'c.l 'J-.' year.
SATURDAY, JULY 12.
Ax iNTi.KEiT'N'c decision waa rendered in tlio
u.crc Court recently by Mr. Justice MeCully,
on the question whether a Murmon Elder ia a
c'crgjuKin of a Christian denomination," un
der section 513 of the Civil Code, and aa bucIi
cxcinf t from rsonal taxes in this kingdom. It
seems that Mr. II. 1 Richard of Koolauloa, on
thi Island, wan atrCf-ecd in 1878 for Treonal
taxes amountitis to five dollars, which he declined
to pay on the above ground, and suit was
brought for that amount by the Tax Collector.
The decision ia too lengthy for publication in to
day's italic, but it ia quite interesting as giving
somewhat extensively the Mormon creed. The
dud-re savs : Taking this testimony to be
true, and there ia nothing offered to contradict it,
why should not a Mormon Minister be held for
the purposes of this statute to be a Christian
Miiiif-tcr?' It Eccms that the Mormons believe
in the Old and New Testaments as the word of
(jod although they hold the Book 01 Mormon to
be the same. Mr. Richards in his evidence
said, We arc not authorized to practice poly
gamy, except at the head quarters of the
Church." Judgment was rendered for defend
ant. It ia understood that an appeal will be
taken to the fuU bench.
The niENMAi, meeting of the Queen's Hospital
corr ration on Saturday laet, was an occasion of
tinu'-ual interest, being the twentici: anniversary
of its foundation, and thus affording a fitting
opportunity fu a retrospective view of the
Sicicty's operations. Thia has been well im
proved in the reports, which we print in full in
another column, of the Treasurer and Secretary.
Some of our rcadcra may remember the first
steps that were taken towards the establishment
of thia institution, of which our citizens and the
Island community arc now so justly proud.
They will recall, with a sort of melancholy
pleasure, how Kamehameha IV. every inch a '
King, and truly one of nature noblemen went
about day by day among all classes, foreigners
1. I. I . - w- .,.
nativcs. soliciting Buhcriitione for thin
national beneficence. And now, after the lapse
of twenty years, when the Hospital baa proved a
greater eueccsa than could have been anticipated
in lo'J, wc may truly, say that tho King, nnd
hi Queen who is happily still with ua builded
wicr than thoy knew, nnd that the Queen h
Iloepital stands to-dny a fitting memorial more
cloqucnt than carved stone, of the reign of
Kamehameha IV. j
1 - - Al. 1 I T 'fl I
rriiu mi? reiior i me 1 reaaurer, 11 appears 1
that during the period under review no less a j
h the tax of two dollars imposed by law upon
every passenger arriving here from abroad, and j
which imift be paid at the Custom House before
a lermit can be obtained to land baggage. Thia j
tax, at first but trivial in nmount, baa in these
daja of increased travel become of no little im
portance, the sum of $15,732.SG from passengers
and seamen's taxes, having been received during
the past two ycaaa. Rut although the elrangcr
arriving here ia thus colled upon to contribute to
the maintenance ot the Hospital, be ia not en
titled to claim any benefit from tho institution,
should be become sick and destitute. In that
case he must look to the sympathy and aid of
some of the benevolent societies of tho city
notably the Strangcr'a Friend Society, com
posed of ladies. The (unda of thia latter body
aro but limited at the best, and wo hare reason to
think that they have been heavily taxed of lato.
The two dollars per head exacted from passengers
is really a ppccie8 of taxation without repre
sentation," and under the present flourishing
condition of tho Queen's Hospital it seems only
just and rcasonablo that that class which in tho
aggregate contributes so considerably to its
maintenance should, whenever the necessity
ari.-cs, be entitled to eorao of ita benefits. We
bog to commend thia view of the subject to tho
consideration of the Trustees.
The report of tho Secretary ia quite full, and
contains some valuable suggestions, particularly
in reference to the inevitably growing paucity
of life mcmbcra from whom to select tlic Board of
Trustees. Wc say inevitably, for unless a new
interest is aroused in the welfare of the institu
tion, and the " solid men " of the country are
induced to subscribe aa life members, the scarcity
of material out of which to form a loard of
Trustees in accordance with the charter will ere
long become a serious difficulty. But wc trust that
the well worded appeal of the Secretary, who, well
aa the Treasurer, has performed the gratuitous
labors of office with ical and efficiency will meet
with the desired response.
The Labor Question.
It will be remembered that at a meeting beld at
the Rooms of the Chamber of Commerce on the 3rd
cf April last, to consider the above question, a com
mittee of five was appointed "to consider any at
tainable information on the subject of immigration,
and to report the lime at a subsequent meeting, to
be called by the chairman." In accordance there
with, a meeting was convened at the usual place 00
Thursday last at 10 o'clock a. m , the Hon. Godfrey
Rhodes presiding, and II. L. Sheldon acting ai Secre
tary. The Chairman read the report of the Committee
aa follows : . .,..
HoNoixxr. July 5th, IS. 9.
The nnderi(meil Committee appointed to consider the
nncMtion of Immigration to this country for tbe purpose
of iucrca-iiiig the laboring population, befc to reiort. that
they have considered as fully as was in their power all
the information they were able to procure, from the
reports and recommendations of the Hawaiian Govern
ment, the Colonial and Indian reports, and from private
sources. . . , , . , ,
And the Committee finding that the evidence Is in
faror of the value of the Indian Coolies for the purpose
name,!, and 1h lievins that there are no serious obstacles,
either political or financial, to the procuring of such
immigrants, they unanimously recommend that this
meeting respectfully request His Majesty's Government
to take such str -ps as may te necessary to introduce, by
way of cxi-rimetit. Kant Indian Coolies to the extent re
commended Dr. Hilltbraud, the former Commissioner,
ssy to 40O jieople. H. A. Widemann.
' . Tiieo. H. Davies,
J. B. Athebtun,
J. C. Glaus.
J II. Paty, Esq one r.f the Committee, staled Ibat
sum than $231,330.42 has been expcndajjuci 1 -"ed yesterday, has the following :
1 1 at r-v r- ' ' ! "The introduction of coolie labor into riji ianot
that the cash on Land 'iJ.oO. One of tho likely to bo a very fiurccssful experiment, if they
H,M,ree?.i'iTiii7ror tho surnort of the Hosr.ital do not civo moro satisfaction than those who
be had not eignej the report, for tbe reason mat id- ;
fyuimtiuu recently received from i-iji, u regard to
eor.li imnoi 1(1 tlierf.. had led L'lDI to BDtertaiu
prised and disappointed at the non-production of
facts in the report cf the committee. Whatever in
formation the committee might have had on which to
base their report, there were certainly none before
the meeting, whereby to come to a conclusion.
Hon. C. C. Harris, referring to a letter which ap
peared in a newspaper during April last, the Haw
aiian Gustof in which himself and Mr. Justice
Judd were spoken cf as har'Dg at the meeting cf
April 3rd, " laid aside the judicial ermine, descend
ed from the tribunal they adorn, entered the arena of
public discussion at.d brought the weight of their
authority," &c. Judge Harris said that he did not
cooBiier his position as a judge by any means dis
qualified him or should deprive him of his right as a
property holder or a citizen from expressing hia opin
iou on matters of public interest, like the one un
der discussion. He thought the introduction of 200
to 4U0 coolies, as an experiment would cost from
StW to ? lO.OOo. In former years the importation
of Japanese cost a similarly large sum. lie thought
favorably of the immigration of South Sea Islauders
That was a failure at first, and cost the government
heavily, (the Manahiki Islanders) but now it is an
evident success, and is being carried on at a moder
J. H. Paty, Esq. read an extract from the N. Z.
Herald of June 21 St., in regard to the importation
of coolies in Fiji. (To be found elsewhere in to-day's
Hon. Mr. Widemann stated that hia reason for sign
ing the report was that it was a recommendation to
the government to try the experiment, but ho did
not endorse it as a whole.
F. A. Schaefer, Esq. could not orprove of the rec
ommendation of tbe report without having before him
the facts upon which it was based. Information
may hereafter be obtained from Fiji as to the cost,
&c. of coolie labor, as it teems the planters there arc
trying tbe experiment.
lion. Mr. Rhodes conceded to tho Chid Justice
und thn First Associate their perfect fight to speak
iu public upon matters of public interest, and for
himself claimed tbu right ol criticism. There hud
been a memorial to ihe King, signed by some forty
planters, recommending government action on this
matter of Kast Indian immigration. The govern
ment had replied, reflating to lion. Mr. Carter's
mission. That mission had failed in respect to ne
gotiation for Kast Indians. Il amounted to an in
sult to the British government. It waa of no use
to send a commissiou to India, as suggested by the
government reply to the. memorial, without first
making u convention with tho home government
lion. C. C. Harris denied that the Erilisu gor-ernuiL-nt
or any of its members had been insulted
or felt that they had been, in tho matter of the
lion. Mr. Carter's mission.
Hon. Mr. Judd defended Ihe mission of the Hon.
Mr. Carter from any such imputation as conveyed
by the remarks of lion. Mr. Rhodes. Mr. Holder
had proposed to laud coolies hero at $100 per
head, which meant pasbago money only much
other expense must be tiit incurred.
Some desultory conversation ensued as to the
liability of Kast Indian immigrants to cholera ;
when on motion of the Hon. A. S. Cleghern the
meeting was adjourned to meet again eight weeks
hence, when luriher information may be obtained.
- . . . r i
(From tho New Zealand Ilerald, June 21 J
The proposed coolie immigration into Fiji ia
likely to come to an end ; tho first vessel direct
from India, with some 500 coolica, having arrived
at Lcvuka with cholera on board. During tho
passage eleven coolies died from cholera and eix
from dysentery, while there also seems to have
! been emall-pox on board. The matter ia directly
1 interesting to us in New Zealand, as if it were
I proved that coolio vessels wcro liable to bring
1 cholera from the porta of India to Fiji, there
; would be great danger for ua aa thcro ia a con
: tant trade between Fiji and Auckland. Aa our
' readers arc aware, the planters of Fiji have been
supplied with labour by importations from the
: other islands, chiefly tho New Hebrides. The
: trado waa carried on under (aovcrnmcnt-eupcrin-;
tendence. Each vessel engaged in it has on
board a Government agent, whose duty it ia to
see that tbe men come by their own free will ;
that they are treated properly on the voyage ; and
that they receive the amount for which they con
tract. Every vessel engaged in the labour trado
rcccivea JC10 for each man carried, and the men
arc paid at the rate of 3 per annum, mode
rate enough wages, certainly. Even this they do
not take in cash, but. 01 choice, prefer beads.
calico, tobacco, or Homo kind of " trade," with
which they go back and dazzle the eyes of their
fellow-islandcra. The engagement ia for three
VC.1. P. U1IU ill. tllU IUU VI I II lib lllllu bill J Uiu IVIUIir
J. ci J
cd unless they choose to re-engage. Usually,
they prefer to return to their homes to sec their
friends, but a large proportion cornea to Fiji
again. The season previous to last the " la
bor" was not equal to the demand, and it waa
suggested by an Indian officer connected with
the Government that coolies should be obtained.
An agent was sent over to India, and despatched
the 1ConiduB with 273 male and 149 feinalo
coolies. licsideB children. I'rcvious to the ar-
TjTai 0f the vessel, the planters did not sec.iu.
vorably inclined towards the cooli""!,
.. ..MAMlmAn rf trlmfr 1 ... .
rjimutu ui -";;0 vcrc
hroiight Ttcigx. Jhv Caledonia.
like in some
A Fiji rapcr.
wero brought here from New Caledonia by the
schooner Nymphc a few months back. It is said
that they could not do anything near the amount
of work a foreign laborer could do, and have a
tremendous lot of wants to attend to. If they
were not supplied with everything, they were
able to cite section so-and-so of Ordinance No.
so-and-so, &c, and point out requirements of
same ; but when they commenced to quote decis
ions of the Court in several cases in Mauritius
and elsewhere in regard to coolio labor, their em
ployer thought tbat such intellectual laborers
were out of place on n plantation, and so was not
sorry to get rid of them. A little learning is a
dangerous thing, and may serve to make the ser
vices of coolio labor anything but sought after."
Thia would seem to bIiow that tho Fiji planters
would rather not have a high grade of intelli
gence in their laborers, which may mako thcni
troublesome if the master docs something which
he has no warrant fordoing. Our contemporary
says that a little learning ia a dangerous thing,
and so it may be sometimes for the master.
However, it ia stated that Island labor ia more
plentiful now, and that the coolies would cost
more than the Islanders.
NOTICE. WA!HEESUGAR COWPaW.
Capital $200,000. In 200 Shares of $1000 Each.
Place of Business, Waibee, District of Walluku, Maui.
JkJOTICE IS IIEREHV GIVEN THAT AT
X vl a meeting held on the 1st day of July, A. n. ol sub
scribers to the Stork of Ihe Waihce Sugar Company, it was
voted to accept a Charter of Incorporation granted to them
and their associates and successors, under the corporate name
and style of the Waiiieb Sroia Courier, 00 the 24th dsy of
June, a. D. 1S79; and that tbe Corporation under said Charter
thereupon organised itself and elected the following oQiccra of
James Makee President,
Parker N. Makee Vice President,
Charles B. Makee Treasurer,
K. A. Pierce .Secretary.
Notice is further given, tbat .ussuant to the terms of the
Charter, " no shareholder shall be liable for the debts ot the
Corporation beyond tbe amount which may be due upon the
share or shares held or owned by him or her."
jyli lm B. A. PIERCE. Scc'y-
Imported Slock For Sale.
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFER
For ale the following lot of Imported Stock
received per Am.fchr. W. II. MKVKR, from
San Francisco, raised on tbe ranch of Joel
Merchant, Petaluma :
1 Blatk Jersey Bill.
1 Bed Dirhaai Ball, I tears ala.
1 Brd Dsrhara Ilclfer, S years old.
1 Boaa Durham Caw, with kill ralf.
1 Red UrlftT, 20 noitks eld, with calf.
1 Bed Heifer, half Jersey.
1 Bed Heifer, hair Jersey.
Prices reasonable. Can be seen at Ihe Stock Yard of Lai no
Ar Co. For particulars, enquire of
j,12it C. BRKWER t CO.
SUGAR MILL, &c., FOR SALE
rimi: FOLLOWING MACHINERY. NOW
1 in use at the Kol.ia Plantation, Kauni, is offered for sale,
to be delivered ley August 1st:
1 Sugar Mill, 20x4s.
1 Vertical Rngtne, 44 U. P.
1 Water Wheel.
1 Cane Carrier.
1 Trash Carrier.
1 Juice rump.
1 Spare 7-iuch Wrought Iron Conneet-shaft.
2 Sesre New Pinion Wheels for Mill.
1 Spare New Berel Pinion for Knginc Shaft.
1 Spare New Bevel I'ioiou for Water wheel Shah.
I Spare New Brass Valve Box fur Juice Pump.
The above is all in good working order. Tbe Mill is capable
of grinding cane for 7 to 8 tons of sugar per day.
For particulars and price, apply to the
KOI. OA PLANTATION CO., Koloa,
j,ia Or II. HACKFtXD It CO., Honolulu.
FAT INC PAIXT. UI.ICK lA INT. COPPER
0A l's4nt,ai Assortmeut of raocy Colors, KuMier Painl,
tbe best paint used, a Full Assortment of Colors,
BT54 BOL1 EM CO.
Convicted of Murder.
It is not often that a murder is committed in
these Ilands, notwithstanding the fact that our
population is composed of so many different nation
alities. On the rooming of the first ol Mut ch last,
at Wailuku, Maui, a Chinaman named Akela. who
kept a tea and cake shop in that village and had
been known as a quiet, well-behaved resident of
some fifteen ye;irs, was found dead on tho floor of
his shop. The government physician of the dis
trict, Dr. Euders. who was called by tho authori
ties, found that strangulation was the cause of the
death; that there were imprints of finger nails
on the throat ; that there was a kuife wound on
the throat, and one on the back of tbe head, fractur
ing the skull ; that the roan had apparently been
dead eight to ten hours. From the appearance of
tbe body, it would seem that the murder was the
work of more than one person. Three peraons
were arrested on suspicion, and tbe trial came off
at the April term of the Circuit Court for Maui.
A nolle pros, was pntered in the case of Alonzo
Davis, and Ahsam, a Chinaman, was acquitted by
the jury ; while in the case of KaiiihanaiwI, the
wile ol Davis, who had been accused jointly with
him and Ahaani, a change of venue waa obtained.
Her trial came on before the Supreme Court in
this city on Monday last. All three of the Justices
were on the bench ; the Attorney General ap
peared for ihe prosecution, and the prisoner was
ably defended by J. M. Davidson, Esq. Tfco case
was committed to the jury (all Hawaiiaus) at 3 p.
in. on Tuesday, and at half past one on Wednesday
morning they returned a verdict of guilty, three
dissenting. This in a peculiar cuse. The woman,
Keliihanaiwi, from her own confession and from
the attending circumstances, is doubtless guilty
of being an accomplice with Ahsam in the murder
of the latter's count! man. Ak la. The produc
tion ol the same evidence at Wailukti in April and
at Honolulu in July, resulted, ill tlio caso of Ah
sam. in a verdict of acquittal by a foreign jury ;
and in the case of the woman in a verdict of guilty
by it native jury. Such results are not calculated
to strengthen our faiih in tho practice of trials by
jury. No one who heard or lias read the testimo
ny in the two trials, but must conclude that Ihe
woman had an assistant, who was in fact the prin
cipal in tho deed, and everything points to the
Chinuman Aham as tbat principal; yet by the
verdict of a jury he is discharged, and hia accom
plice by her own statement an unwilling one-sia
convicted and must bo sentenced to be hanged ac
cording to law. But the Constitution leaves tho
power of gianting a reprieve in the hands of tho
King, in Privv Council.
ROYAL HAWAIIAN THEATRE
After having been thoroughly cleaned and renovated with a
New gtage and New Scenery, will be reopened
ON THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 17th,
By the Great California Theatre Company.
Reserved Seats for Sale at A. M'Wayne's, $1 each.
MISS HERRV'S SCHOOL. Wlbh RE-OPEN
MONDAY, August 3rd, when she will be glad to re
ceive a few more pupils at Mrs. Dudolts, Berelania street.
fllWO MASONS ON a PLANTATION.
M Apply to
jyl2 2t F. A. SCHAEFER 4. CO.
t,ss i u ii;aj uk. a initial V 1 r.AK3
.l!f Four or Five Acres of rood iisature land in the vicinitr
of Honolulu. Premises must contain water. Address
J. J. M , care this office. jyl2 lm
R.J. II. U'lf.UUR WILL HAVE CI! Alld K
of my busiuess during my absence from the Is'ands.
E. t'. A II A MS.
Honolulu, July 7, 1S79.
DURING MY A KSEN'CE FROM THIS
Kingdom the Hon. Chas. R. Bishop will act for me un
der a full Power of Attorney. J. MOTT SMITH.
Honolulu, July 7, 1879. jyl2 3m
IHEREI1V GIVE NOTICE THAT I WILL
pay no debts contracted In my name after this dale,
without my written order. D. IIANLY.
Honolulu, July 7th, 1870. jyl2 41
4 LL PERSONS ARE WARNED NOT TO
V Tiuat my wife, Klix I.omx, on my accouut.
Honolulu, July 12, 1S79. St
THOS. G. THRUM
PPOINTED AGENT FOR THE HAWA
IIAN ISLANDS fur the '-Sm Francisco Journal ol
Commerce" of fan Francisco, Weekly, and the "American
Mail and Kiport Journal " of New York, Monthly, will receive
and receipt for all monies due, and lorward new subscriptions
and advertisements thereto with promptness.
July 12, 1S79., lm
FOR SALE !
Best American AsJS
u. II ACKFELD CO.
AN INVOICE OP
FLORENCE STRAW HATS
MRECT FROM ITALY
jyl23t Fcrsalcby II. nACKFELD ft CO.
j)12Ul For sale by
II. IIACKFELD & CO.
PER R. C. WYLIE
JNE CASE GENUINE
EAU de COLOGNE.
jy!2 3t For sale l y
II. IIACKFELD tf CO.
BARRELS OF f. R, SPRIKfl SALMON,
Catch of 1879.
o isr h -A. nsr d ,
Fifty and One-hundred-lb. Kegs,
CHOICE PORK !
E. C. M'CANDLESS.
No. 1 Manila Cigars, Best Mailing, Lacquer Ware,
I Tory Ware, Camphor Wood Trunks,
Sandal Wood Ware, Tortoise Shell and Feather Fans,
in great variety;
Crape Shawls, Silk and Grass Cloth Handkerchiefs,
Grass Cloth, Fine Grass Cloth,
B?at White Pongee, Best Striped Cauce,
YAHIOIS OTHER FANCY ARTICLES
POUR LOTS ON THE PLAINS, 1XTIIE
vicinity of Thomas' Square Nos. SO,81, 11 0 and
111. For particulars apply to
),6 3t GODFREY RnOPES.
. BOILED AND RAW PAINT OIL,
STOCKHOLM TAR. WILMINGTON TAR,
Coal Tar. Pitch, Tar Oil, Black Varnish, for sale by
my24 BOLLE3 ft CO.
SUPREME COURT. II A W A 1 1 A N ISLAND?,
in Bankruptcy. In ihe matter or CHI NO K AL , an
WLereas, O. W. MACFARLANE has this day filed a peti
tion praying that Chung Kau be adjudged a bankrupt for cer
tain statutory reasons iu said petition named, and has filed
a bond in the sum of Two Thousand Dollars conditional for the
payment of all costs of the proceedings and damages 10 me
said Chung Kan, if he fail to prove hiui a bankrupt; and
whereas an order has been issued to the Marshal of the King
dom to lake possession of all the said Chung Kau s property
wherever the same may be found, and to put his store houses,
counting homes, effects, books and papers under lock and sesl.
Now, therefore, it is ordered that WEDNESDAY, the lath
day of July, A. D. 1879.be, and the same is hereby sppoiuied
fur ihe hearing of the said petition at Aiiiolani Hale, Honolulu,
Oahu, at 11 o'clock A. M. or that day, where the same will be
heard and decided, if disputed. And it is farther nrJered that
notice of the said hearing be published in the TaciQc Commer
cial Advertiser, a newspaper published in Honolulu.
Dated July Sth, 1S79.
?ii;iiedj LAWRENCE McCUI.LY.
Justice of Supreme Court.
R. F. DICKEKTON,
Solicitor for O. W. Macfarlane. jyl2 It
SUPREME COURT OF THE II W All AN
Islands, in 1'robate, Island i f Oahu Hawaiian Islands, ss.
In the matter or the tstate of JOSHU A R. WILLIAMS, of
Halawa, Ewa, deceased. Order appointing time for probate
of will and directing publication of notice of the same.
A document, puriorting to be the last will and testament of
JOSHCA R. WILLIAMS, deceased, having on the 9:h day
of July, A. D. 1S79, been presented to sail Probate Court,
and a ietition fur the probate thereof, and for the issuance or
letters testamentary to William R. Castle, Esq, having been
filed by Messrs. Castle lr Hatch.
It is hereby ordered, that WEDNESDAY, the 30th day of
July, A. D. 1S79. at 11 o'clock, A. M.,. r said day, at the
Court Room cf said Court, at Aliio!ani Hale, in Honolulu, be,
and the same is hereby apKiuted the time for proving said
will and hearing said application, when and where any person
interested may appear and contest the said will, and Ihe
granting of letters testamentary.
It is further ordered, that notice thereof be Riven by publi
cation, for three successive weeks, in the Pacific Commercial
Advertiser and Kuokoa newspapers printed and published in
Dated Honolulu, II. I., Julv lOih, 1379.
LAWRENCE McCl LI.Y,
Attest: Justice of the Supreme Court.
A. ROSA, Deputy Clerk Supreme Court. jyl2 3t
CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH JUDICIAL
Circuit, Hawaiian Islands, in Probate, Island of Kauai,
ss., Hawaiian Islands. In Ihe matter ol the ESTATE OK
ANN WL'N DEN HERO, widow, of Koloa, Kauai, deceased.
A document purporting to be the last M ill and Testament
or ANN WUNDKMIEKU, widow, deceased, having on the
7th day of May, A. D. 1S79, been presented to said Probate
Court, and a petition for the probate thereof, and for the issu
ance of Letters Testamentary to JOHN N. WRloillT, of
Koloa, having been filed by the said Wright,
It is hereby ordered, that SATURDAY, Ihe 16th day or
Augusl, A. D. lS79,at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, at the Court
Room of said Court, at Koloa, in Kauai, be, and the same is
hereby appointed the time for proving said Will and hearing
said application, when and where any person Interested may
appear and contest the said Will, aud the granting or Letters
It is further ordered, that notice thereof be given by publi
cation, for three successive weeks, in the Pacific Commercial
Advertiser, a newspaper printed and published in Honolulu.
And it is farther ordered, thai citations be issued to the sub
scribing witnesses to said Will, and to the heirs of the testatrix
in the Hawaiian Islands to appear and contest the probate of
said Will, at the time appointed.
Dated Koloa, II. I., July 7th, 1S79.
jyI2 3t Circuit Judge Fourth Judicial Circuit.
SUPREME COURT IN THE MATTER
of the petilisn or THOMAS J. MOSS MAN, a voluutary
Thomas J. Mossman,of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, and of
Waiiuka, Island of Maui, dealer in China, Glass, Crockery
and General Merchandise, having appeared before the Hon.
C. C. Harris, Chier Justice of the Supreme Court, and declared
himself a bankrupt, as provided in Section 962 of the Civil
Code, it was this day ordered by the said Chier Justice that
Monday, the 21st day of July, inst., at 10 o'clock, a. m., at the
Court Room of the Supreme Court at Aliiolani Hale, Honolulu,
be Ihe time and place to hear and decide the question of bank
ruptcy; and that notice of such hearing be published in the
Pacific Commercial Advertiser lor all persons therein concern
ed to appear and show cause, if any ihere be, why the said
Thomas J. Mossman should not be decreed a bankrupt.
By order of Ihe Court:
JNO. K. I1ARNAKD, Clerk.
Honolulu, July 2d, 1879. jy6 3t
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
NOTICE IS IIEREHV GIVEN THAT PUR
suant to a power of sale contained in a certain deed ol
mortgage dated the 0th day of March, 1S7S, made between V.
Naoho (k) and Maleka (w), his wife, of tbe one part, and A. J.
Cartwright, of the other part, and recorded in Liber S3, on
pages 380 and 381, in the Registry ollice, Honolulu, to secure
the payment of $200 in two years from the date thereof, with in
intercst after therateof one per cent, per month. The said A.J.
Cartwright intends to foreclose said mortgage, and after the time
limited by law, to cause the mortgaged property to be sold by
public auction, in Honolulu, for a breach of the conditions con
tained in the said deed, such property being described ns fol
lows : All those three several pieces and parcels of land situ
ated in Waianae, Island of Oahu, 11 1., and being the same des
cribed in Royal Patent No. 3099, Kuleana No. 7331. And also all
that piece and parcel of land situated at Waianae aforesaid,
and being the same described in Roynl Patent No. 473, Kule
ana No. 30004. R. F. UILKERTON,
Attorney lor said A. J. Cartwright.
Dated this 10th day of July, 1S79. jyl2 4t
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
NOTICE IS IIEREHV GIVEN THAT Plllt
suant to a power of sale contained in a certaiu Mortgage
Deed, dated January 12lh, A. D. 1S7S, made by Kealalaui
et al, to Alex. J. Cartwright, of record on Liber 61, on pages
491, 492 and 493, and for a breach of the conditions in said
Mortgage Deed contained, that all and singular the lauds,
tenements and hereditaments in said Mortgage Deed contained
and described, after the lime limited by law, be nold at public
aucliou on account of the breach of the conditions as heretofore
mentioned. The property in said Mortgage described being
situate in Wawac, jieeia, Koulaunoko. Oahu. and more partic
ularly described in Royal Patents 339U aud 3404, containing
logeiner b'j-iuuoi an acre. Al.K.v. J. LAKI WKKJII 1.
Cecil Bhown, Att'y for Mortgagee.
Dated Honolulu, July 12. '79. - ' jy2 3t
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
jfTOTICE IS HfOREU V GIVEN THAT PUR
1 suaut to a Jpeiwsr or sale contained in a certain Mortgage
Deed datei July 7, 1S77, made by Kaunii aud Makanui to Alex.
J; tTTrtwri;lit, of record iu Liber u2, u pages 47 and 48, and
for a breach of the conditions in said Mortgage Deed contained,
that all and singular the Innds, tenements and hereditaments
in said Mortgage Deed contained and described w ill, after the
time limited by law be sold at public auction on account of
the breach of the conditions as hereinbefore mentioned. The
property in said mortgage described beiu; situate in Kaipapau,
Koolauloa, Oahu, containing an area of 133 33-100 acres, and
more particularly described in Royul Patent No. 1802.
A LEX. J. CARTWRIGHT.
Cki iL Brown, Att'y f -r Mortgagee.
Dated Honolulu, July 12, '79. Jyl2 3t
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
NOTICE IS IIEREHV GIVEN THAT PUR
suaut to a power of sale contained in a certain Mortgage
Deed, dated July 19th, 1377, made by Kahalewai and Puue
uwea to Alexander J. Cartwright, of record in Liber 60, on
pages 112 and 113, and for a breach of the conditions in said
Mortgage Deed contained, that all and kingular the lands, tene
ments and hereditaments in said Mortgage Deed contained and
described will, after the time limited by law, be sold at public
auction on account of the breach of the conditions as herein
before mentioned. The projverty in said Mortgage described
being situate iu Honouliuli, Ewa, Oahu, and containing 1 acre
and 4.96 chains; and more fully described in Royal Patent No.
3035. Kuleana tfelu S3U, is.ued to Kahalewai.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT.
Cecil Brow n, Att'y for Mortgagee.
Dated Honolulu. July 12, '79. Jyl2 St
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
TVTOTICE IS HERERV GIVEN THAT PUR
ll suant to a power of sale contained iu a certain Mortgage
Ueed dated March 30th, Is.o, made ty Liouis Kicbards lo U.
S. Bartow, as Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Ha
waiian Lodge No. 21 of Free and Accepted Masons, of record
in Liber 47, on pages 61 and 05, and by him assigned to M.
Mclnerny, by document dated March 28th, 1S79, and for a
breach of the conditions in said Mortgage Deed contained, that
all and singular the lands, tenements and hereditaments in
said Mortgage Deed contained and described will, alter the
lime limited by law, be sold at public auction on account of
the breach of the conditions as hereinbefore mentioned. The
property in said mortgage described being situate on the Island
of Molokai, and known aa the " Ahupuaa of Kamiloloa," and
containing upwarda or Five Thousand Acres.
Cecil Brown, Attorney for Mortgagee.
Dated Honolulu, July 12th, 1879. Jyl2 8t
BV VIRTUE OF A WRIT JF EXECU
TION issued out of the Police Court of Honolulu June
21, 1879, against Chun Kau for $161, 1 have levied upon and
shall expose for sale at the Auction Room of C. S. Bartow, at
10 o'clock a. m., on SATURDAY, Aug. 2. 1879, all the right,
title and Interest of said Chun Kau in and to 21 New Silver
Watches, 12 New Clocks, unless said judgment, interest
and costs be previously satisfied.
D. DAYT'Vy V Marshal.
ADMINIST' " f i-i .S.
TUIEUND't" V-r tho "fTav ; i . ilEENAP
. pointed b' .ef Justice of the
8uprcme Cour " -- e&iate of D. Kukahiko, of
Honouliuli, d awn c wis indebted to the said D. Kuka
hiko are hereby required to make immediate payment, and alt
persons having claims against the same to present them to the
undersigned, either at Waipio, or at Puukapu, Ewa. And all
persons having in possession any property of the said D. Ku
kahiko arc required to produce the same. All claims on said
estate will be forever barred at the expiration ol four months
from the date hereof. KA1ALEMIA,
Waipio. Ewa, June 27, 79. (ju28 4t) Administrator.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
TJOTIO: IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TIIK
.Wv undersigned has been appointed Administrator of the
estate of Elizabeth Kauwa Dlukou of Honolulu, deceased, and
all persons are hereby notiOed to-present their claims duly
authenticated, whether secured by mortgage or otherwise at
bis office in Honolulu, within six month from the dale thereof
or they will be forever barred. And all iopie indebted to
said estate are heieby notified lo make immediate payment
thereif. . CHARLES H. JL'DD,
Administrator of estate of Elizabeth Kauwa I'lukou, deceased.
Dated at Honolulu, June 2Sth, 1879. ju21 3t
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
undersigned have been appointed Kxecutor and Execo
trix of the last Wi I aud Testament of William Merseburg of
Kobala, Hawaii, .1. ceased, and all persons are hereby notified
to present their claims duly authenticated, whether secured
by mortgage or otherwise, at Ihe place of business of Oeo. C.
Williams, in Knhala, Hawaii. wilhinaix months from the date
hereor or they will he lorever barred. And all people indebted
to said estate arc h- reby notified to make immediate payment
thereof. OEO. O. WILLIAMS,
Executor and Executrix of last Will and Testament of
W illiam Merseburg. ju28 3t
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
ondersigned has born appionted Adminlstrao.r of the
Estate of ALICE MONTGOMERY of Honolulu, deceased,
and all persons are hereby notified to present their claims duly
authenticated, wither secured by mortgage or otherwise, at
his office on Queen street, in Honolulu, within six months from
the date hereof or they will be forever barred, and all people
indebted to the said Estate are hereby notified to make imine
diate payment thereof.
Dated at llow-iu'u, June 21st, 1S79.
W. I.. GREEN,
ju21 4t Administrator Estate of Alice Montgomery.
UNDERSIGNED, WM. O. SMITH.
executor of ihe will of Mrs. Mary Wilson Andrews, de
ceased, hereby gives notice fo all persons who have claims
against the estate of the said Mrs. Andrews to present the
same to him withiu six asonths from Ihe date bereor, or they
will le forever barr.d.
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
Executor or the Estate or Mary Wilson Andrews.
Honolulu, April 18.h, 1679. sp!9
JUST TO HAND, A SPLENDID Ll
DIAMONDS OF THE PUREST & FINEST Kffi
ETESW tS-OOUS! MEW GOfMft
xrw T-..i.r nr r"ooflr no TiiTra frnm "Mnixr M
UA AJctA XV AU.UXU vtlilU JL-v k - - -
WE HAVE LARGE LINE OF DESIRABkf
Wnicla. "XTVill Bo
.A.T LOW PRICED
A i..iilaiiv:il Iniiklc niciils:
s Wheel Barrows, Spades, fcbovels, Ha y Forks. Trash r"..rk,
s Orass Hcythes, Steel and Iron Rakes, Wood H:i Rakes. Post
vs, Pick Handles, A Handles, Nidge Handles, Plunt. r's Hoc II
mers. Axes, Hatchets.
Screws, Swedge Blocks, Vises, Anvils.
-- mm w - . ? M-. . lir.. Charcoal rural
JL' 1111 Jijllie Ol l)l IslIHIC .til Iters Charcoal lro.,i
Stoves. Revolving Lawi
Yard stable Brooms, House Brooms,
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
rsiiiv I'n.iiiiiTKt niilllP HERETOFORE F.X-
8 isting between Ihe undersigne.1 under I ho name of II.
Begrlken & Co., is this day dissolved
bv mutual consent.
(1. FEUELK EN,
Honolulu, June 30, 1879.
N0TICE OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
ri-tllE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DA V
1 entered into co-partnership f' ..' purpose of carrying
on Ihe business of Xinsmithing and 1 Plumbing at the uiu
a. ....1 .n.i nminr ih nnine of O. Hegcen At to.
Honolulu, July lsl,1879.
(j 6 lm)
THE UNDERSIGNED. BEING ABOUT TO
leave this Kingdom, requests all parties having bills
against him to present them .r payment; and all parties in--Ut.teil
to the firm of tl. Sefcelken Co., are requested to call
and settle the same before the 20th dsy of July, as after that
date the bills will be put ia the hands ot a collector.
Honolulu, July 1st, 1879. (Jyalm) E. KI8TLEB.
CJ. G. D WIGHT ! HokwIuIii, having tit nil a
an assignment to the undersigned, of all his stock in
trade, book debts, etc., for the benefit othla creditors, all par
ties indebted to sJ d. O. Dwight are notifwd to make imme
diate payment to me: and all parlies having claims Sfiinst
aaid M. tl. Dwifbt are requested lo present the same to mo
without delay. K. V. DICKEKTON, 22 Merchant st.
Honolulu, May Slst, 1879.
MRS. COLGATE BAKER'S
1 FRENCH. GERMAN AND ENGLISH
1 Boarding and Day School for Young Ladies and Child
ren 848 and 850 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, Caliloruia.
The School Year begins August 1st, 1879. For further in
formation, tetters addressed as above will reach Mrs. Baker, or
she refers by permission to Mr. Joseph Cooke and Mr. Charles
A. Oihon of Honolulu, and to Messrs. Williams, Blanchard Sr
Co , San Francisco. Jy6 3m
WHEREAS, APPLICATION HAS BEEN
made to the undersigned by Charles Coekett, for set
tlement of the boundaries of the Ahupuaa of MAPCLEHU,
Molokai, Hawaiian IsUnds; notice is hereby rivinto all ar
sons owning Ahopuaas, I lis, or parcels of land adjoining the
said Ahupuaa, that MONDAY, the 28th day of July, a. n.
1879, at 10 a. m. at the Court House In Pukoo, Molokai, ia ap
pointed the time and place for hearing said application.
L. A HO Mi,
Commissioner of Boundaries for Maul, Molokai and I.anai
Lihaipa, Maui. July 6th. 1879. jy!2 3t.
WHEREAS, APPLICATION II AS BEEN
made to the undersigned by Lahela P. Miaw and Pat.
8haw, for settlement of the boundaries of the ALupuaa of
WAIAKAMA, Labsina, Maui, Hawaiian Islands; notice Is
hereby given to all persons owning Ahupuaas, Ilia, or parcels
or land adjoining the said Ahupuaa, that MONDAY, the 2Sth
24th day of July, a. d. 1879, at 10 a. tn. at liie Court House to
Lahaina, Maui, is appointed as the lime and place for hearing
Commissioner of Boundaries for Maui, Molokai ami Lanai.
Lahaina, Mnui, July 6lh, 1879. - Jyl2 3t
Notice to Creditors.
NOTICE IS HEREBV GIVEN THAT the.
undersigned has been appointed Executor of the last
will and testament of Akong of Honolulu, deceased, and all
persons are truly notified to present claims duly authenticated
whether secured by mortgsge or otherwise, at bis ollice on
Kaiihumanu Street, In Honolulu, within six monilis fin in the
date hereof or they m'.j be drever laired, aud all ople iu
deb ted to said estate are hereby notified lo make immediate
pay meut thereof. S ALkX. J. CARTW HliJliT,
xecutor of tbe Last Will and Testament of Akona, deceased
Dated at Honoluli, April 22, 1879. ap26
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At the Factory.
No Chipped or Off Color (!oodH-nll nrc Pure lirazilinn Diamond. Tl.o Tinpnt 'I'JTT
GORHAM STERLING SILVER VAli
Ever offered in this Market. Beware of (loods Stamped Coin Silver, which mcam
from a Nickel to a Bad Peruvian Dollar. Such floods enn and nrc Bold at any price. Soc IE It"
Silver Purcl.aeea arc Stamped Sterling, or 925 l ino. All Wnltharc Watches Jiiarantced1it,BSBHl
SOLD at GREATLY REDUCED PRICK
Indies, dents and Hoys Watches. Tho Trade Supplied Cheaper than anywhere outHido H'f'J
jvi2 am M. M'lNERNY, Agent for theso IslaUr.vi,f"
JJ rnsr id K
- - standi.
l 'I stihied I
ill him l .J'rinee. lb
her IV Vr Boil
i were at
i -y the C
-A ISTow Lot Ol
And Wagons. Open lliiegiix. r'm
le Ti p
Ton Ituve i ft. I .iiiil
I-.llim lop 11.1,'gies, l.lglil I'Hlll l AJUUIlCl
Wagon. Willi Mi ill-, l ub- mid It.
U CUM ) lllg C. p
to 2O0t lbs. Tin-be Vehicles are all made l y
T CT j ASS
wi h' :i " vnr
r.r.sr M Ti:uiAi
and nrc W AURA"
l'lows, llMrrows, Culilvalorii, On Yi.ki-irfl 'P
Axes. Pick Mattocks. Oil's. Oiub ll.-, I. '
. i ir ii..ifll,iu f"nr.lin 1dua ntusl Mivi'ti Hlwl Mini Imti (Vntf liiirH. IlliHil Hi 1 EST I
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1 ritrtii r 01 K" Tiiiiiiifr, r ui kh. ri ""'jt, iu v i'ii
llolii Iritperv. t;-ii( ora Jl;uiHi, ail ii
Il.inilhs, On linn. lb s, liny ' m tn
. r Caws, Planes, Chisels, Claw Hammers. Mason's llnimiu-rs, llrili f- 4,
lflCClISlIllC S JL OOIcs Blacksmith's Hammers and Wedges, Tyre Irons, lllarkHiinVi l'
WW W sj -ram.a iioor ixicks, ran iiuiu, lions, screws, i.ui mi y ..
ItllllClCl S IlSirflWSirC: Nili9, Finish Nail-, ?i..k.-9, l.lu.n andgalVdi IWSjM;
Strap and Hinges, Hooks and Hinges, Ac, kc. lUin, IU3
rtn.sccllsiiicoiis llnrclivnrc: K'.Vir'.'M"!
t wi c r 1 a?.. Iia.I Psoirrd I 1 n luf l'I-f furni Kj'ssls-ai Olttti IKa IMtf Inrlfl KculfN. 1 !) Wri'.
Avails. CITtrW", DfU runuiiiiiiia, a- vawi - .... ... ... - p .
to 2500 lbs; Iron Tots, iU.n tiuued ami cnamulcd Kns Suucc ran-, Kitumilt il rrirrve KcttUn. I
Stone Polish. Washboards. Chopping Trays. Bird Cages, Lawn Mowers, llils ami npurs, woo.1 rtirrupi
wn Sprinklers, uarlHilizeu aim . neiip nose 10 1 1- men.
lA-ulher Belling, llinJBCt
A large line of Hand and Wand Lamps and Id
DOWIICI S Ii.CrO.SCHC Ifll Tubular Lanterns, Tubular fide Lantern., Ku.lhr Vf
Ixiw Priced Lanterns, Brass Lnnterns, Fish Globes. A full line of Chandeliers, newest anil best palicrir-l -
Ubrary Lamps, Nickle-platcd and Biass Student Lamps, and many other goods loo numerous M lucnl
tl7 Fort Street, !
J MS. V Ak
King Street, near Forr
JOHN NEILL. MACIIIM
returned lo Honolulu, would rciiectb .
hia former pa trout and the public t"
has re-commenced bmioens In Ids c
ras a 1
above place, and a ill give his attention lo lue ,
Repairing of all kinds of Light
and Metal Work.
Virs.lrma anil Ktulnr Marhlnfi a10
ju28 Slerl Stsmps Mails Is Onrc'
For Sale 01? To
Qa HOUSE & FURNIT "
Hituated In a desiraLle locality, Thrive Years ' '
pire, with privilege of Four Years renewal.
If For full particulars enquire at this DAW. . '
146 Cords Best Ash Fir
II Y J. A. IIOITEl
- vr p.
a 1 ADornAR
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WE ARE INFORMED II V Tf.t I
ol a Urge Cabbage or the e nor in out w Ijtt,. J A
poonds grown on this Island by A CHINAMAN
as the Intellect is concerned, instead or a.lvlsii
to cet some of the Chinamen's head (not caldl
ssy to the Celestial, go to California, where tl. J
BAu K In lone Valley; anything unuer s or w t
vetted, but b-rt lor the good of the Cows Bmr
This great 19 pounder may be Just Ihe thing I n
make cigars from. Now we wish it 10 lie tican;
I understood. Unit there is Do trash sold u
over llfls counter but the MtttaM Pttrr, and
ihs IVrrd. rolled In Ihe most approved si
Itramls. 1 tier en t riavor. Diflerenl rUreiifih. Did
all to suit the nurse or taste of each lii.livl.lusl
the Choicest Brands, including Mrtllmlrsl an'lTT:
slain, Prepared Bmoking Toliacco; Pipes ol a"
ract, everything In the retail lino and of the Vj"
, n a I i I y can be obtained at jj
! A hi. tl a r .
r.r.,1 ri.sr to. re r.a.l aidu fort near Met
(Jail and Sco
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... .. i il..-;! Milwr. m m
m. W al lionoaas, iisnmnus, iinwi " fin-s.
i i ..ii ...i..i..i a ..... i iiieiii i,f Drv I'll .1.
large sou wen --.v - - V tr 1
and Uaidware. Also Lumlu r, Doors, rsablaroiitil
faints, UHS, etc. isri.,
jy ripecial Orders Cr Building Material Alio
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