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r. A VGCST 8. 1S79.
Tue arrivals frou for. in porta Lav been frequent
rtiirlmtUn ia.twerk. ousting of the rrt Qn.-en
Lady Lauon. Bonaru. an! II W Almy. from San
JWl,co. the PM88 Australia from the colonic., and
UK H-r fmiu AM.rla. Ther have been bnt two de
partures, both on t U 51!. ana both for Ban Francisco,
the Alpb. win., Zelie. viita domestic produce TalueJ at
t-I.JH.iU. .a.l the 8 S Australia, with, data Talued at
Tb "' forward by these two raKU
frrgtodl.D J7.n R.or ton. Ey the ve-
ela 77 .(XX) ff of rice were sent forward.
Our imports from Sn . i . .i .
mount la value to ll.. per Bonanza; U.1S per
Lady Lamrmon; tM.IJl per forest Queen ;'t3.fe2.33 tier
H "W Alaiy; am! frcru Astoria pe
r Hera. iZ,(t, a total
Quotation froio 8aa Francisco are t j the 2;th ultimo.
Hawaiian augers are reported at 7⪼ rice 53c: Mola.
ea (thirdj) 15c. Hawaiian coffee Is net reported, only
about 37.000 IU caving been received daring the paat aix
month. TneMalrina for Honxong aaila aoon, and we
learn that a large amount of exchange will go forward by
TheP 21 S 8 City of Sydney ill be Une from San
Francl?o on Monday next.
AL0G TIIE WHARVES.
TbeAia bk H W Almy, arriTed from Han Franclico
yesterday aftr a short paasage of 13 days; ahe baa hauled
iu to the Old Custom Uooae wharf to discharge.
The British bk Lady Lampaon, at Brewer fc Co'a wharf,
baa moat of her cargo cut; ahe has also been taking in
ngar dufug the week and promises to get off at an early
The Am bk Forest Queen, is baring a general
cargo from 8sn Francisc o, at Alien Jc Bobinsou'a wharf.
The Am tern Hera, la discharging lumber at the I
planade opposite the Custom Ilruse.
Thetrit bk DcrvenLy, la U11 discharging at the Old
At the foot f Fort at the Am achr Bonanza Is discharg
ing a general cargo from San Francisco.
l The German bk Malvlna, la at the PM83 Co"a dock;
sh will sail some time next week for ITonekon?.
. naiaxana, la In the stream waiting for
A telcfrram from Sydney states that the bark Colnm
poWo'iTWcW1 Johnson wm yonr dsd, and was greatly respected by
hia employer! and by all aho knew him' s F Daily
The new t--amnhlp Arizona, of the Guion line, lately
scored the best passage ever made between New York and
Quecenstown In 7 days, 9 hours, 23 minutes.
The P M 8 S City of Sydney, will be due from San
Francisco Monday V M.
pout or nouoLULU, h. i.
Aug. 3 Am bk Forest Queen. Windinjr, 14 days from 8 F
4 Brit bk Lady Lam pan a, Mantoa, IS days from S I
4 P MSB AastralU, Car(ill. from Sydney
a Am arh Booanx-i. MilWr, IT days from 8 F
6 A a tera IJera, Moasen, 2U days from Astoria
8 Ao tk U.NV -Almy, Freeman, 13 dajs from 8 F
S P MS Austraiit, CarvilL lor Can Francisco
a French tk Alphoctaiae Zciie. Ltbeaopin, for S F
ViiwU fer IIalaila frem Frel(ai Ira.
Am tik Osr.baI.li, Keweaat. 0 W.
Am ship Got Uoodwin, OImo due Af 20-25
Bnt bk Stormy fstel, ClaoW doe Ac( a-10
Brit sliip Ra!nscraii(. Liverpool, doe Auf 1-4
tiaw hirtDa Violet, Sooib Bca Jalanls, over doe
Am bk Amy Tamer. Boatno,da Oct 4-10
Bnt bk The Frederick. Liverpool, dje Kept 2i-C0
lis bk B C Wylie, Bremen, doe Hrpt t-10
Am bk Laara R Bum bam. New Tore, doe Nov 1-5
lint hit Viola, Liverpool, loading June 15
Ger bk August, Cardiff, te sail atiUMIe Jane
Am bk hltmkm. 8 F, via turrard' Inlet, ta3d from SF
Am S S City cl Sydney. Sso FrawLaco, da Aag 11
Brit bk Lady Head. London. In sail In all July
Am bktne Discovery. Han t'ranciaco. hid on July 19
Am bk Jenny PUI. Fort tlamble, doe
Bohemia. ra Fraoctsen, chartered Jalv 17
Kaiateasr.n Vivid. Fsnnicgs Islaml. doe Aof
Am sch Jo l ooUey. Uoano Islaoda. d je rVp 1-5
VKSSEUS IN rOKT.
A m tiptil sch Lnleta. Dexter
Brit b Dovenby, Fenny
Oer bk Slsivioa
Haw bk KaUkaua, Jenks
Am bk Forest Qieen, H Inding
Fit bk Laily Lamptoo, Marstoo
Am rk Uoosnza, Miller
Am tern lira, Moosea
Am bk 11 W Almy, Freeman
Han Francisco, arrive 1 July 1 j, P M S 8 City of Syd
ney, Dearborn, hence July 8 ; July 17, Am bktne Diacov
cry. Fuller, hence Jnne 24; July 17, Am tern D S Williams,
CUtuent. hence June 24-July 17, Am bk Mono Castle,
Woods, hence June 21 ; July 17, Am sch EuUce, ftoie.
hence June 2S.
Port Townscnd. arriTed July IB. Am bktne Catherine
Sadden. InKails. hence June 28 ; July 21, Am bktne
Eureka. NonJburir. hence July 3 ; Jaly 20, Am sch Amer
ican Girl, Backus, hence July 1.
Fort Gamble, arrived July It, Am sh Gen'l Butler,
Ryder, hence Jane 21 ; July 19. Ant bktne Joa Perkins.
Johnsen, hence June 2ri.
Astoria arriTed July 13, Br bk Lalla Bookh, Ilendtr,
hence June 24 ; July 20, Br p Gleniffer, Cummings,
hence June 24.
Aug 9, 7 a. S. Outside, bound In, a large Amer bnrl,
carrying double top-gallant saila and main sky sail; and
bark Jenny Piftn.
IM I'd UTS.
From 8an Fraccisco, p.' r Lady Lampson. Aogusl 4 23
pkga drugs, Ml sacka flour, 2 cases empty cigar boxes, 15
pkgs liquors, 60 bbla and 150 boxes sugar. Id cases cigars. 153
pkc groceries, 350 sacka bran, 155 tins crackera,275 bales hay,
350 sacks grain, 100 cases coal oil, 20 balrs paper, 2100 r w
posts, 20O m shingles, 30 m bricks, 100 bbls lime, 450 pkgs
From ?an Francisco, per Forest Qaeen, August 4 33 pkgs
glass, 164 pkgs hardware, 1324 pkgs irrocerica, 47 sacks bran
fljur, 150 diors,60 aacks potatoes, 140 pkgs paints, 28 esses
furniture, 175 boxes soap, 2 iron safes, 110 cases canned goods,
ITS bbla salmon, 25 m bricks, 300 m shingles, 6944 posts, 5
bales paper. luO cases coal oil. 450 bales hay, 3C0 sacks bran.
3 caaea cigars. 240 pkgs liquors. 670 sacks ttmr.16 casea
drugs, 3&0 pkgs miscellaneous mcbdse.
From Sydney, per Australia. Aug S CO kegs butter, 1
ease drapery,, 40 boxea soap, 314 sacks potatoes, 1K pkgs
From Astoria, per Hera. Aug 5 315&7 ft lumber.
From San Francisco, per Bonanza, Aug 536 pkes
furniture', 3 3 pre windmill pump, SSO casea coal oil, loo
bbla lime, 157 balea hay, 325 sacks (Train, 40 boxea pota
toes. 20 m bricks, 31)41 r w posts, 256 m shingles, 1 pro
peller. From San Francisco, per II "W Almy, Ang 876 pksa
bread. 5 pkgs tea. 123 pkgs groceries. 3 safes. 25 pks
lienors, no sacks potatoes, i casea cigars, 10 sacka onions.
1 pka furniture. 60 mats rice. 33U bales hay. 13 casea
aewg machine. 3 vliini, ) sacks (Train. l' sacks flour.
1 horse. Mi pkga hardware. 10 iu bricks, IM m shingles,
2454 r w posts. 2UO sacks charcoal, 2tx bbla lime, 215 pkgs
For Ban Francisco, per Alphonaine Zetle. Aagust 46107
pk rs (737,416 les) sugar, 670 bags (5;0,OVO lbs) rice, 237 bbls
mousses. 41 empty kegs. Domestic value, 53,M2.44.
Foreign value, $iJ5,0O.
For San Francis, per Australia. August 6 6003 pkgs
(1.150.245 lbs) sugar, 200 bars (JO.CtiU Iks) rice, 13 pkgs betel
leaves, 467 bunches bananas, 1 box pictures. 3 boxes plants.
Duaaestie value ITS 447.
c. rnnrliro. ner Auatralia. AuiT 5 Mrs Dn-
.1..., .n.l .lmnahu-r. K Corner. J 11 Coleman. JasK
Wataon. E V rt'iur-ley. lr M U Itik'g. Daniel Orien, Sirs
T U Henderson. C ilowkins. Mn A Hutchinson, iliss
Hardy. T O Tucker. Wm F faty. O C Williams and wife.
M. A T Johnson. Mlsa F Wetmot. E D Wetmore. D
Atherton. W H McLean. Ber D Boyd and wife. Miss L
Boyd MrsAFJuddand 4 children, Mrs Jiorton and 2
ehlMren. Mlsa Anna Woodward. O Lupruil. S C Knzzell.
i petuifrew, O Kanpp. Mrslxmts Asier ana a cnimr-n.
I !ary iavi, onnu.
. W Uondam. Charlea Baae. K Wallace. T C Windt.
vthnnr. E Hernandez, c A uronne, z u. nut.
J Martin. T F Mckenzie.
F"T fan Francisco, per Alphonaine Zelie, Ann 4 Alex
T la Nux. Aug D la ua and wife and 2 chilJren, F A
D la ux, Falulo (k)
Fron San Francisco, per Bonanza, Aug 5 Jvha Ed
wards. Frm San Francls.-o. r U w Aisny. Aug David I
Berk. John E St-ur, H Brreng. C FeUrson. John Bell
brlJgo. From.San Francisco, per Forest Queen. Aug 4 J B
Richard. A II Woody, C lendergat. U Mrnning, O Aa
ter, and 4 Chinese.
In this City, en the 2Sth of July, to the wife of C J
KavanagU (of Virginia City ev) a son.
In Walluku Maul. Ilawailan Islands. July 13th. to the
wife of Herry A Kinney, a son. California papers please
At Hale Emma. Honolulu, on the 2.1 Int, to the wife of
William & Buchanan, of Kahuku.Oahu. a daughter.
Frtroru In Honolulu Angust 2nd. the Infant son of
Mr. and lira J W. I'fluger. aged 3 months and 22 days.
Lottos. Jal 13. Gen. Wolscley telegraphs
from "rietermariuburg, Jane SOtb, to the War Office
as followa : I believe the war can be finished this
season I hope to reach Port Dornfori Wednesday.
From there I will j in CoL Wood and the Second
Division near UIulunJL
Loxdox, Ja!y 19 A deposit cf 700,000 francs,
repaired to be made in London under the Colom
bian concessions to the Isthmus Canal Company be
fore the, work can te formally proceeded with, was
definitely paid here to-day to the banker appointed
br the United States cf Columbia to receive it.
ZAna, July 18. The Belgian Exploring Ex
pedition, onder Dutalio. is nearly ready to start into
Paxis Jnly 19 The following letter, written by
Prince Jerome Napoleon to ex-Empress Eugenie,
Jtrne 2Gln, after the mass here for the Prmce Im
perial, is published :
Madame : 1 have just come from the service at
tbVCburch of St. Augustine for my brave and un
fortunate cousin. Iam profoundly moved and de
airious of expressing my mournful sympathy for
CoxstaxtisoIlx, July 19. The Grand Vizier
persists in bis resignation. The Sultan still declines
to accept it, but, to avoid a deadlock, bas appointed
.Uaitii i' isidsnkoi to -.Council nendin a
SA Till DA Y. A L'G 1ST 0.
Uv new; received o?er the jxivate wire which j
we hare cuactir. Honolulu and San Fraricitco,
wc li.ive bten enabled to ubtam the news in ad- :
var.ee of the r roence on board of the incoming
&tcanltr,rjf a r romincnt Chirese cEctal, who has
been delegated by the Chinese Legation at Wash
ington to tisit these islands for the purpose of
testing the practicability of establishing a Chi
nese consulate in this kingdom. The prelimin
ary step would be the oegotiation of a treat.
Ye await hi arrival, and bis report, with sjine
The cov-ta.ntly increasing arrivals of Chinese
anl the gradual occupation by that race of the
places heretofore held by the native Hawaiian?,
bas at length bad the effect to arouse the latter
to something like an appreciation of the situa
tion and the danger of their being pushed to the
wall by the Mongolian element. So far there
has been merely a good deal of talk among the
natives about the encroachments of the Pake,"
but the probability is that a strong influence
will bo brought to bear on the next Legislature
to do something towards checking the influx of
male Chinese. The Ilawaiians are beginning to
comprehend that the Chinaman, by reason of
bid qualities of plodding industry and thrift
the very qualities which the average Hawaiian
lacks are elowlj but surely occupying the land,
and they don't in this case subscribe to the doc
trine of the survival of the fittest. Naturally
cnougn tno leenng oi u-prcscrvatiVn is arouvd
la the natives of the soil at the wholesale way in
which John is coming in upon them, and, with
bis smile eo childlike and bland, usurping their
taro patches and house-lota. Wo bear that a
public meeting of natives and foreigners is pro
posed by the natives for the purpose, as is
stated, of" discueeing any legal or constitutional
means of staying the tide of Chinese male immi
gration which threatens to overflow the
country." .Application was made for the use of
the Kaumakapili Church in which to hold the
proposed meeting, but the Committee of Trustees
refused to allow it to be used for that purpose.
Perhaps some other suitable room may be ob
tained, but if not, an open-air meeting can be
held, after the style of the sand-lot " assem
blages of San Francisco.
Employers of Chinese as laborers and the ex
tremely broadminded philanthropists will preach
of the good qualities of industry and thrift pos
sessed by their proteges, and remind us that the
Almighty has created them and given them the
right to dwell on the earth equally with the rest
cf mankind. So also it may be added, the All
wise bas created many other living things cock
roaches and centipedes, for instance but we in
stinctively decline to familiarly associate with
them, notwithstanding their high origin. The
instinct of self-preservation ia the Hawaiian as
well as the Caucasian is antagonistic to any fel
lowship with the non-assimilating Mongolian.
With us at these Islands as things are going,
there remains one of two courses either we are
to bring the Chinaman up to our standard of
christian civilization, or be will drag us (Ilaw
aiians) down to bis level of Paganism. And the
former id an impossibility.
In KEsrxcT of the stringency in the money
market, to which we referred in our last, the
JIaicaiian Gazelle of this week propoeeB a re
markable remedy, viz : that the government
issue a series of " post notes," at least two
dollars of paper for one of coin in the Treasury.",
We have no idea that government will for a sin
gle moment entertain any such insane project.
At present the government paper is just as good
as -coin, for the reason that the public are
assured beyond the shadow of a doubt that
for every paper representative of value issued
the equivalent in coin is in the Treasury
vaults. It is better than coin as a medium of
exchange, because less bulky. Government bonds
readily command a premium, for the reason
that government credit, through sound manage
ment, is rightly deemed unimpeachable. But
our Gazttte wiseacre, in his phrenzy for re
lief for the imaginary worthy men who arc
struggling to keep their heads above water,"
would upset this sound condition of govern
mcnt credit and substitute in its stead an
issue of soft money the veritable " rag baby"
of the American inflationists. If " two dollars
of paper for one of coin in the Treasury,"
why not three or four, and so on,zf libirluml
The relief afforded by an inflation like the one pro
posed would be but temporary, and the pro
cess would have to be repeated to the end of
the chapter, which end could only be disaster
to the Treasury as well as to those tem
porarily relieved. Experience iu all countries
has proved beyond the shadow of a doubt,
that the less tampering with the circulating
medium of a country the better. All attempts
to cure the present tight " condition of the
money market by the application of artificial re-
medics will be worse than useless, for the inevi
table relapse will be more dangerous than the
first attack. It is however quite true that in
many of the States of America the custom has
been followed by banks of issuing a great deal
more paper than they had money to back it, and
the history of banking failures in that country is
a fair exemplification of the evil effects oi the
An influx of foreign capital is spoken of, but
it is somewhat questionable whether the money
ed men of California will care to bring their
funds hither for investment in a banking business
of a limited scope, in view of larger transactions
at home; and the capitalists of Europe are too far
away to become interested. It is nevertheless
true, and the statement is easily demonstrable,
that there is here an opportunity for the in
vestment of say a half to a million of dollars, on
perfectly safe securities, at a rate of interest at
from seven to nice per cent. Were these facts
thoroughly known in Europe, where by last ac
counts we learn that money was rapidly accumu
lating and interest ruled low owing to the scarci
ty of cafe and profitable means of investing, it is
more than probable that a modicum of the surplus
thus lying idle would be brought to Hawaii nei.
Cut the sort oi influx of capital we would like
to sec would bo the direct investing of foreign
funds in our plantations by purchase of part in
terests, so that the expansion that has taken place
in these enterprises during the past years would
bear less heavily on their projector?. As was
shown in our commercial article of last week, the
ordinary not to epeak of extraordinary ex
penses of a sugar estate constitute a heavy drain
of coin. For instance, we were cognizant of
a shipment of twenty-eight Chinese laborers the
past week, who received in the aggregate the
sum of $2,300 as advanco wages. Ten of these
engaged for two years, with 100 each advance ;
fourteen for eighteen months, with 80 advance ;
and four for one year at 00 advance. As a
general rule, every Chinese laborer on the planta
tions receives five dollars in advance for every
month of the term for which he contracts to
It cannot be denied that during the past
few years, our mercantile community has im
ported too largely of foreign goods, and the
entire community more especially the planter
as a general thing have been extravagant in the
way of expenditures ; but we are of opinion that
the latter are now cognizant of the present scarci
ty of money, and, notwithstanding the "great
expectations " from large crops and remunera
tive prices, they are cutting down expenses and
economising wherever possible. It must not be
forgotten in this connection that the prices ob
tained for our sugars in California are some-
quenee of the competition of E-iftern refined
brought crj the continent by r;iil.
In coi. elusion we may reinaik that the in
ference Kiuirht to be drawn that there i an
impending financial crisis here end that there
are many worthy men in our mi Jet who are
now ' struggling Lard to keep their heads
above witter," in quite unauthorized by the
f.icw and calculated to give a wrong and in
jurious impresei'.n abrd. "Whether the yxlicy
is a wise one or not. it is nevertheless
true that there is more mutual forbearance
not to say eentiuientalism among business
men in this community than inalmtany other on
the face of the earth. But notwithstanding the
present inconvenience from the stringency in
the money market resulting from very obvious
causes, we have the satisfaction of knowing
that the ultimate prosperity of the country is
not an ephemeral one, but upon an assured
basis the profitable cultivation of the soil
aDd a near market for our products.
Hawaiian Methods of Business.
I'artit-s who have recently returned frem Ho
nolulu express the conviction that business U
being forced at the I-landd to a degree tbat is
likely to prove disastrous, should there be any
crop failures or other miscarriage of plans and
enterprises. Mnce tLe passage oi lue lieciprocuy
Treaty all departments of industry and commerce (
Lave taken, on a rapid growiu. mis naa neen es
pecially noticeable during the last year. Goods
are aniring from San Francisco. Poitland and
oilier foreign ports ia unheard t quantities, and
it is clear to the most casual observer that imporis
are in exctss of the consumptive: wants of the pe-- j
pie. Money is scarce ut the Inlands, and the prin- j
pal supply is obtained from San Francisco. With- j
in the past year the coin shipments hence to Hono
lulu have been as follows :
July. 1S73 4,000
April, 179 10,000
Jim .. " .. til
The above amount was all in Trade Dollars, ex
cept $300 in Half Dollars last August and $300 in
Half Dollars and $15,000 in Gold in June. The
October and November shipments were manifested
as above, though in each case the amount sent was
$20,000 in Trade Dollars. TbU increases the total
for the year to S13G.580. This is probably a larg
er amount of coin than has been imported at Hon
olulu in any previous year, but it has not kept
pace with the increase in the volume of business,
and hence though there is more money at the
Islands than at any previous time within the past
few years, there is more stringency in financial
circles. This fact has been observed for several
weeks and has culminated in large shipments this
month. The last Australian steamer, which left
here on the 7th took down SCO. 000 to Honolulu.,
of which $31,000 was in Gold coin and $34,000 in
Standard Dollars, Th Bank of California sent
down $35,000 of the above amount, and Williams,
Blanchard &. Co. the remainder. This is the first
lot of Standard Dollars of the present coinage ex
ported from the country. Adding this amount to
what was sent down during the previous year,
makes a total of a little over $200,000 which has
been added to the currency of the Hawaiian Is
lands since July 1. 1878. Despite this large in
crease, money appears to be scarce there, and
credits arc extended to tbe utmost limits. The
quarterly settlements for June 30th were quite un
satisfactory, many parties being obliged to ask for
a continuance. The arrival of the $65,000 sent
down on the 7th may help some of these delin
quents to square up A comical feature in this con
nection is tbe statement made by a Honolulu
paper tbat debtors not only avoid creditors in the
usual ways, but they decline to receive bills at
the hands of those sent to deliver them. In these
cases tbe parties put out baskets or boxes at the
doors, labelled bills,7' and tbe collectors drop
their statements into these receptacles, and call at
some future time for a reply. Just imagine any
considerable number of merchants on California,
Front, Battery, and Sansome streets pursuing a
similar policy, and some idea will be formed of
the perversion of the credit system at Honolulu at
present. .S. F. Bulletin. July 18.
Supreme Court, Hawaiian Islands, July
Maiinmauu (k) aud Mahuka (w) vs. W II Kickartl In
lUnniB, Ca. J., Jcdd axd McCTlly, J. J.
Opinion by Judtl, J.
Tbis cane comes before us on a bill of exceptions from
the Circuit Court of the Third Judicial Circuit, alleging
that the justices of that Court, by whom the case was
heard, the jury being waived, trred in holding that the
facts shown did not make out the defense of a title by
The action was ejectment for a tract of 9 4-10 acres of
land In Uamakua, Hawaii, which, prior to defendant's
occupation five years ago, was unfenced and uncultivated
and not iu the actual occupation of defendant's grantor,
or of any person.
The plaintiff proved title to the land by inheritance
from the patentee Kekoa, and to this finding no exception
The law is clear that " the nature of that adverse pos
session of land, which is required to constitute a bar to
the legal title, must be an actual, visible, notorious, dis
tinct and hostile possession." 2 Washburn on Heal Pro
perty, p. 4). Although the character of that possession
may be varied according to the nature of the land in
question, still it must be cf such notoriety as that the
owner may be presumed to have notice of it.
We find, ripon a review of the testimony, that the oc
casional visits to the land by defendant's grantor, with
out residence or occupation and her declarations, not
brought to the knowledge of plaintiffs, that the land was
her's, were not sufficient; and that the Circuit Court did
not err in holding that the defendant had not shown title
Judgment was given by the Court for the plaintiff for
the land with damages assessed at $100, for the entire
period of defendant's occupation and costs. The Court
added that the question of improvements was to remain
open unless settled by the parties. It appears from the
evidence sent up that there was some testimony tending
to show that defendant's house was partially over the
boundary of the land In question, and tbat there was
cane planted by defendant, which might turn out to be
on this land. The testimony was not explicit, it being a
matter of uncertainty as to where the boundaries of this
laud were with reference to the house aud the cane, as
the defendant had other land adjoining. It is alleged
that this judgment is wrong, because it does not purport
to be final.
The judgment of the Court was fiaal as to the posses
sion of tbe land and the damages. The remark as to im
provements was unnecessary, but it was perhaps made in
order to afford the defendant an opportui.ity to show
more accurately what improvements Le h:.J put on the
land, which he could legally remove. He, not having
taken advantage of the opportunity afforded him to
make a further showing while that Court was still in
session, cannot now claim, tbat the judgment is invalid
on the ground that it indicated that them were other
questions, which mlRht alter arise which the Court did
not settle. If further litigation between the parties on
the question of improvements is not barred by this judg
ment, it is certain that all questions as to the right to the
land are settled by this judgment. . It is, therefore final.
Castle k Hatch for plaintiffs; Richard 1" Bickertou for
Honolulu, August 2nd, 1879.
Mskea (k) vs. Nalua et al. In Banco.
Opinion by JudJ, J.
This was au action of ejectment for a piece of laud at
Kaneohe, Koolnpoko, Oahu, heard at the October Term
of this Court, IsTS. The jury rendered a verdict for the
defendant. The point upon which the cue turned was.
whether the pla.ntiff was the cousin (kaikunane) of
Kalele, the widow of Hinaaimalama, the original paten
tee. Uinaainialania died leaving a son who was drowned
in infancy; its mother Ealele surviving him, became the
heir of this estate. Ealua was proven to be the brother
of the patentee, and, it Is clear, has no inheriting rela
tionship to Kalele, the person last seized of the e tute.
A motion for new trial was made on the ground of
newly discovered evidence, and the affidavits filed dis
close that the plaintiff Is now prepared with evidence
tending to show his relationship to Ealele. Some of the
new witnesses are from a distant portion of this island,
of whose existence. It is not to be presumed, the plaintiff
was aware. However, were it not tbat the defrndant has
shown affirmatively that he has no title by inheritance
to this land we should hesitate to grant a new trial, as it
is not clear that they could not have been discovert d by
the exercise of diligence. The plaintiff apparently"
thought it was sufficient to prove to the jury, that he
was the cousin of Ealele. without giving the genealogy,
which would make this relationship apparent. But it
may often happen that a person may be aware that a cer
tain relationship exists and yet not be prepared with the
genealogy to substantiate it.
As the defendant has shown no title to the land, and
believing that a new trial will further the interests of
justice, we allow it in this case.
Castle & Hatch for plaintiff; W L Ilolokahiki for de
fendants. Honolulu, August 2nd. 1S79.
JUST RECEIVED !
EX FOREST QUEEN, A CONSIGNMENT OF
Condensed Milk,"Alderney brand; Camden Corn,
Superior Stearic Acid Caodlea.
Adamantine Caodlea, Amber Soap, ia boxes of 20 bars?
Extra Olive Soap, la boxes of 13 ban;
Germania Starch, Dooley'a Yet Towcler,
Superior Columbia River Salmon, la barrels k cases; etc.
To the Editor of Le Tactjia Commercial Advertiser.
Here are several conandt u:n ia connection with
our ifScienily ru:i::jgfd Post OSce which I in be
bal! of miay victims wish to refer to yos for solu
tion. First. Why are the mails closed from two
to three Lours prior to the sailing of the steamer!
Second. Cannot tbe bulk of the mail be closed, al
such time as the Post Master may elect, aud a bss
remain open to w ithin a half hour of tbe steamer's
Why should the paper mail be closed four hours
before the steamer leave?, as was the case of the
Tbe Post Master requires American stamps to be
affixed to certain letters and papers, but bas none
for sale and says be won't keep any. Why !
What objection caa there be to having the Gen
eral Delivery open oa Sundays from 9 a. 5t. to 10
a. m., thus giving a large number of people who do
not fortunately possess a box, an opportunity of
getting their letters, prior to S a. m. on Monday ?
I await the answers to tbe above, before I submit
any more. Haole.
DURING MV ABSENCE FROM THIS
Kingdom, Mr. Julius llotioe, will act for me uoilr lull
poa-er of attorney. (au9 lm ) JOS. G TUCKER.
ROM THIS OA V I SHALL XOT PA V AST
debts without an order from my hanl.
Honolulu, Auj. 2.1, 1579. (au lm)
A SITUATION. BV A YUL'.VG MA N WHO
X m haa had some years experience in a General Merchan
!U Ilea: of references given.
Address M , IhU
riMIC UNDERSIGNED WISHES TO OBTAIN
H. a situation as Manager and Salesman iu a first-class
General Store either io town or country who has had several
years experience in bonnes " " ' .
h. nui K.uKuaB. Can Kre firat-clais city
references, or security if required. Address,
jy28 lm X. V. Z, P. O. Box 124. Honolulu.
DURING MT ABSENCE FROM THIS
Kingdom, Mr. WM. O. SMITH will act for me under
full power of attorney.
Honolulu, July 21st, 1879. (jy26 St) E. E1STLER.
1 GOOO CALIFORNIA. MULES, Will
Vr work single or double, will be aold low for cash in
lots to suit purchasers, to cloe consignment.
au2tr Apply to A. HERBERT.
R. J. II. WILBUR WILL HATE CHARGE
of my business during my absence from the Is'ands.
. P. ADAMS.
Honolulu, July 7, 1879. jy!2
DURING Mr ABSENCE FROM THIS
Kingdom the Hon. Cuas. R. Bishop will act for me un
der a full Power of Attorney. J. MOTT SMITH.
Honolulu, July 7, 1S70. jyl2 3m
HOTEL COTTAGE AT WAIKIK1 TO LET
for a few weeks, partly furnished, kitchen complete.
au3 if Apply at the Office, Hawaiian otel.
rilllE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
m. appointed administrator of the estate of Luisa Kalapine,
late of Ewa, deceased, hereby notifies all parties having hav
Ing claima against the estate to present the same within six
months from the date oi this advertisement, or they will be
forever barred; and all parties owing said estate are requested
to mate immeuiaie payment io
Administrator Estate of I.uisa Kalapine, deceased.
Honolulu, juiy Z'Jta, isiv. au9 it.
NOTICE OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
MMHE UNDERSIGNED II AVE THIS DAT
JL entered into a co-partnership for the purpoae of carrying
on Sugar Cane Planting at Kukuihaele, Hamakua, Hawaii,
unuer the style and name or trousseau llousman. Mr. U.
Trousseau alone has the commercial signature and the entire
management of the business, be also assumes all liabilities to
CHARLES V. HOUSMAN.
Kukuihaele, Hamakua, Hawaii, July 28th, 1879.
Referring to the above notice, Mr. Arthur V. Housman will
act for me under full power of attorney.
nu9 lm C. V. IIOCSMAN.
FOR SALE !
riMIAT VBR1' DESIRABLE RESIDENCE
JL en Judd Street, adjoining the spacious premises now in
course of erection by the Hon. S. Q. Wilder. Tbe lot contains
about one acre, with a large frontage on Judd Street, and is
ell planted with Fruit and Ornamental Shade Trees. SEA
VI KW, UNSURPASSED. Government Water is about to be
laid on. There is on the lot a Dwelling House, containing Sit
ting Room, Dining-room and four Bed-rooms; a two-story
Kitchen, with servants' rooms above; Bath House, Carriage
House and other Out-bouses. Also, a Stream of Water run
ning through the lot. Title p;rfect. If not disposed of by
isovemoer next, it will te onereu at puone auction, l or par
ticulars. apply to CECIL BROWN.
au9 tf Kaahumanu Street.
DOES T REG LOAN IM
PORT all his Goods Direct from
New York, London and Paris, select
ia; all the Newest Styles, the Choi
cest Patterns and the Finest Makes 1
THE BEST ARE ALWAYS THE
A LL MEN MUST FEEL
1 &. an additional pleasure on seeing
a Large Assortment of Elegant Goods,
Perfectly New, and Warranted to be
the Finest Produce of the Loom.
a perfect knowledge of Cut
tirg not only ensures Garments
Moulded to the Form, but immense
.economy on material.
! ANOTHER PROFIT SAVED.
feR EG LOAN'S EXPERI
. KNCE as a Buyer, Cutter and
Fitter hundreds of the inhabitants
i of these islands, in every grade of so
Ciet, are willing to testify.
BEING ONE OF THE
most considerable items of a
flrtlNinn !uian's expenditure, it behoores him to
IrilUltlinCI ! study economy, combined with dara
.bility and style, in the purchase
'thereof Satisfaction Guaranteed on
thnae Three Points.
HEADS OF FAMILIES
desire an pportunity of put
ting their Boys into a well made Suit
of Genuine Scotch Tweed so durable
that even Boys cannot wear them our.
i A FI LL LINE HAS JUST
; m. of Goods as the Genuine Scotch
Serge, made expressly for the Tropi
PlUVrlUCfa cal Climate cool, strong, all wool
A Ul jl I WC !nd unaff-cted by dust; or the Real
'West of England Superfine Clotn
. nothing can beat these Goods.
CALL AND SEE THEM.
TREG LOAN'S ALL THE
New Goods, such as Bedford
jCordj, Scotch Tweeds, Serges, Diago
nals, Boys' Suiting, Trowserings,
j Vestings, Coalings, Broadcloths, Ac.,
jwill be disposed of fully Thirty Per
i Cent. Cheaper than erer before offer
ed In Honolulu.
TEST SUITS MADE TO
Order Scotch Tsreed War
ranted All Wool, $30 00.
TREGL0AN, Tailor and Out-Biter,
A STJEE CURE F0S THE HEASLES !
A K CHAM'S M EDUiTKH '"Oil (TO. ,
E ?T rlt' r. -r lOKtJIktLl. i
FINK AM) FKKStl. A NO t'OXT A NT1.V
on hand. ran -s tu. p ied ev ry uiort.ine.or as &en
a r quired. Manuucl wv. H-el ftrcrl, U-J Uotvr i.rniea.
oi p .lie Kmnlita t f ryihiaa' Halt au9 li
ALL l PTIES IXIi KR rF.n TO THE WI
l.fKI! ?T. RE of T j M W.-M.N.ae req imJ to
TO-ke immedi.le pavm nt to J. II. H A K K, a a rer:ain J -
poalii o va ma te Jni iSJ. oi int "'"- ua
of rail !tor. nd s this M boir-ea will be t und op. all
Bill unpaid by the 1b ef M month ail' hnve lo b - col !rcrd
by nrocesa of u without d la. All thc- acvtiants are oer-
due. Settlement by the time ncciei Above aiil save extra
Aagut 5th. 1S79. " "
An Opporiunity for Speculation
ON A SMALL SCALE I
VOLCANIC SPECIMENS & CURIOSITIES
OF ALL KINDS.
From any of the Pacific Islands, Wanted !
GOOD PKICES PAID FOR SAME.
Terfect Specimens pan icu'.arly desired.
AdJrcss P., Post Office Box 134.
AUCTION SiLIS !
AT WAILUKU, MAUI,
On WEDNESDAY, AUG. 27th,
Will be offered, if not previously disimsed of at Prifnte
Sale, the TaluaOte property of T. J. M0SSM AN", which iuciudes
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
NEW DWELLING HOUSE.
All of which i situated in the central business part of Wailuku
ALSO on the same day, a
Large & Great Variety Merchandise
CONSISTING IX PART A3 FOLLOWS:
Clothing, Prints, Boots and Shoes, Saddles,
Blankets, Tobacco, Hats, Shawls,
Stationery, Patent Medicines,
CROCKERY & GLASSWARE,
HEAVY SILVER-PLATED WARE.
Groceries, Hardware, Paints,
Water-proof Flannels, Merinos and Cobourgs,
lad a General Assortment of Drj Goods and other
Merchandise too varied to particularize.
XT For further particulars arply to
au9 tf T. J. MOSSM AN. Honolulu.
SUPREME COURT. IN BANKRl'PTCV.
Iu the matter of the petition of EDWARD STUEHZ, a
EDWARD STKEFIZ, of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, having
appeared before tbe Hon. A Francis Judd, Justice of the Su
preme Court, and declared himself a bankrupt, as provided in,
Section 902 of the Civil Code, It was this day ordered by the
aaid Jnatice that TL'ESDA V, the 26th day of August, instant,
at 10 o'clock, a. m , at the Court Room of the Supreme Court,
at Aliiolani Hale, Honolulu, be the time and place to hear and
decide the question ol bankruptcy; aud that notice of such
hearing be published in the Pacific Commercial Advertiser for
three consecutive weeks, for all neraons therein concerned, to.
appear and show cause, if any there be, why the salJ Edward"
ctrehz should not ue decreed a bankrupt.
By Order or the Court: A. KOSA, Deputy Clerk.
Honolulu, August 5lh, 1679. au9 3t
IN THE SUPREME COURT OP TIIK IIA
waiian Kingdom. Kalakaua, by the grace of God pf the
Hawaiian Islands, King: To William C. Parke, E rjuire,
Marshal of the Kingdom, or his Deputy Greeting: ,V
You are hereby commanded to summon A1A (k), of Ho
lualoa, North Kona, Island of Hawaii, defendant, in case be
shall file written answer within twenty days after service
hereof to be and appear before the Supreme Court at the July
Term thereof to be holden at the Court Room, of the Court
Wouae, Honolulu, in the Island of Oahu, on MONDAY, the 7lh
day of July next, at 10 o'clock, a. m., to show cause why the
claim of Mikala (w), plaintiff, should not bs awarded her pur
suant to the tenor of her annexed petition. And have you then
there this writ. wi;h full return of your proceedings thereon.
Witness. Hon. Charles C. Harris, Chief Justice of our Su
preme Court, at Honolulu, this 21st day of April, A. D. 1879.
ISeal of the Supreme Court.l Siened. A. ROSA.
A copy of the within summons and petition annexed were
left at the bouse of one Kaohimauou, by Officer Kamauoha;
that being the last known place or abode or the within men
tioned Ahia. He being suspected of being a leper and having
hid away in the woods of Kona, could not be found up to date
ol Ibis return, June Zlst, Ib7.
Signed, DAVID DAYTCV, Deputy Marshal.
Honolulu, Oahu, ss. I hereby certify that the within and
foregoing is a true and faithful copy uf the original summons
(and Deputy Marshal's return thereto) issued in the libel for
divorce, Mikala (w) vs. Ahia (k ), and that the case was order
ed by the Court to b3 continued to the next October u rm
when the respondent in required to an&wer. As witness my
hand this -Mil uay ot Juiy, a. i- is.
au2 6t JNO. E. BARNARD, Clerk Supreme Court
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF TIIE II A
JL waiian Kingdom. Kalakaua, by the grace ot God, of the
Hawaiian Islands, King: To William C. I'arke, Esquire, Mar
shal or the Kingdom, or nis Deputy tireeting:
You are hereby commanded to summon LL I KKKUA, (k)of
Uilo, or runa, Hawaii, aetendant. la case he snail nle written
answer within twenty days after service hereof io be and ap
pear before the Supreme Court at the April Term thereof, to
be bolden at the Court Room of the Court House, Honolulu, in
the Island of Oahu, ON MONDAY, the 7th djy of April next,
at 10 o'clock, a. in., t show cause why the claim of Kauwe (w)
plaintiff, should not be awarded her, pursuant to the tenor of
her annexed petition. And have you then there this nt,
with lull return or your proceedings thereon.
Witness, Hon. Charles C. Harris, Chief Justice of our Su
preme Court, at Honolulu, this 20lb day of Jan. A. D. 1H79.
tSeal of the Supreme Court.)
Sipned, A. ROSA, Deputy Clerk.
The within mentioned summons and petition not served, dil
igent search having been made through IIilo, Kau and Puna
but failed to find him; and bis whereabouts is still unknown.
Signed, W. C. PARKE, Marshal.
Honolulu. Oahu, ss. I hereby certify that the within and
foregning is a true and faithful copy of the original summons,
and Marshal s return thereto, issued In the libel Tor divorce,
Kauwe (w) vs Lui Kekoa, (k.), and that the case was ordered
by tje Court to be continued to the next October term, when
tne respondent is required to snswer.
As witness my hand this 28th day ol July, a. r. 1879.
au'2 6t JNO. E. BARNARD
IN THE SUPREME COURT OE THE HA.
waiian Kiogdom. Kal.ikaua, by the grace of God, of the
Ilawaiian Islands. King: To William V. I'arke, Esquire, Mar
shal or tbe Kingd- in, or his Deputy ureeting:
You are hereby commanded to summon WM. II. JOflNSON
residing in California, or other parts of the United States of
America, defendant, in case be shall file written answer within
twenty days after service hereof, to be and appear before the
supreme Court at the July term thereof, to be holden at the
Court Room of the Court House, Honolulu, in the Island of
Oahu, ON MONDAY, the 7lh day of July next, at 10 a. m..
to show cause why the claim or Akanekl, (w plaintiff, should
not be awarded her, pursuant to the tenor of her annexed pe
tition. And have you then there this Writ, with full return of
your proceedings thereon.
Witness. Hon. Charles C. Harris, Chief Justice of our Su
preme Court, at Honolulu, this 16tli day of June, a. D. 1S79.
(Seal of the Supreme Court.) Signed,
A. ROSA, Deputy Clerk.
The foregoing summons and petition not served, as the with
in mentioned person is beyond this jurisdiction.
Signed, DAVID DAYTON, Deputy Marshal.
Honolulu, Oahu, ss. I hereby certify that the within and
foregoing is a true and faithful copy or the original summons.
and Deputy Marshal's return thereto, issued in the libel fer di
vorce, Akaneki (w) vs. Wm. II. Johnson, and that the case
was ordered by the Court to be continued to the next October
term, when the respondent is required to answer.
As witness my hand this '28th day of July, A. D. 1879.
au2 6t JNO. E. BARNARD, Clerk Supreme Court.
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT PUR
suant to a power of sale contained in a certain deed o
mortgage dated the 12th day or Jan. A. d. lb. 5, made between
Victoria A. Tell and Wm. Tell, her husband, of the one part, and
Peter Dalton, ot the other part, and recorded in Liber 63. on
pages 256.257 and 258, in the Registry oltlce, Honolulu, to secure
the payment of (650 in two years after the date thereof, with in
interest at the the rate of twelve per cent, per annum, payable
semi-annually. The said Peter Dalton intends to foreclose said
mortgage, and after the time limited by law, to cause the mort
gaged property to be sold by public auction in Honolulu, lor a
breach of tbe conditions contained in the said mortgage deed,
such property being described as follows: All that house lot,
together with the wooden house thereon, situated in said Ho
nolulu, upon tne east side oi King street, acij ining tne prem
ises of Captain Meek, opposite the Police Station House, and
more particularly bounded and described in a certain deed
dated tbe 9th day of April, 1875, from W. A. Tell to Victoria
Banister, and recorded in Liber 42, page 186.
PETEK DALTON, Mortgagee.
R. F. BICKERTOX, Attorney for Mortgagee.
Dated this 8th day of August, A. D. 1879. au9 4t
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT PUR
A suant to a power of sale contained in a certain Mortgage
Deed, dated February 13th, A. D. 1877, made by J. Kaai, of
jnolalu, Oahu. to Allen c Robinson, of the same place, of
record in the Office of the Register of Conveyances, in Liber 48,
on pages 287, 258, an 1 2S9, and for a breach of tbe conditions in
said Mortgage Deed contained, that all and einrular the lands,
tenements and hereditaments in said Mortgage Deed contained
and described will, after 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 des
cribed being situate in Koolau, Island of Kauai, and in Maka-
paia, Kohala, Island or waii. ALI EN 4- ROBINSON.
Cecil Bkowx, Att'y for Mortgagee.
Dated at ilonoh 1 ;, August 2d, '79. au2 3t
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT PCR
1. w suant to a power of sale contained in a certain Mortgage
Deed dated April 18th, 1879, made by II. Cbamlier'a.ine and
Kohoaka, his wii, ol Kohala, Island of Hawaii, to Samuel
Staines, of the same place and for a breach ot the conditions
in said Mortgage Deed contained, that :' nd singular the
lands, tenements, hereditaments and property in said Mort
gage Deed contained and described, will, after the time limited
by law, le sold at public auction on aecount of the breach of
the conditions her .uoelore mentioned.
The property li said Mortgage described being situate iu
Makawao, Maui, and more fully described in ISoval Patent No.
2885, and also tl.st certain lease of land situate io Kohala
aforesaid, to II. Chimberlaine, and recorded In the Office of
the Registrar of Conveyances in Liber 43, on page 30S.
CECIL BROWN, Attorney for Mortgagee.
Dated Honolu'u July 20tli, 187'J. jyao at
Notice to Creditors.
JOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the
I undersigned has been appointed Executor of tbe last
will and testament of A kong of Honolulu, deceased, and all
persons are truly notified to present claims duly authenticated
whether secured by mortgage or otherwise, at his office on
Kaahumanu Etrcet. In Honolulu, within six months from the
date heret-f or they will be forever barred, and all people hi
debted to said estate are hereby notified to make immediate
payment thereof. AUX. J. tAKfHKHOii,
JCxecutor of the Last Win and Testament of.Akona. deceased
HAM MANUFACTURING CO.
A Very Fino Selection of tho
from Providence, and for salo by
E. O. ELA-LIj & SOIST.
From the Establishment
REED & BARTON
OF TACNT0N, M ASS.
ILL OF THESE BF.AIT1FIL C0O1K
At Prices to Suit the Times.
Freui I.. Nrafcid. Berlin.
Just Received in Splendid Order
And fr Sale by
myl7 tf U. HACKFELD CO. I
No. 1 Manila Cigars, Best Matting, Lacquer Ware,
- Ivory Ware, Camphor Wood Trunks,
SanJal Wocd Ware, Tortoise Shell and Feather Fans,
In great variety;
Crape Shawls, Silk and Grata Cloth IlaiidkerchltTi,
Grass Cloth, Fine Grass Cloth,
Best White Pongee, Best Striped Game,
VARIOUS OTHER FAN. ARTICLES
And Novelties. -
ij-5 2m C. AFOXC.
G.TMACFAEA1 k EO.
OFFER FOR SALE
Of the Fine Britbh
Just to hand from GLASGOW, ia 1.32 days,
Consisting of a Full Line of
Wines, Ales & Spirits,
Coals, Arc., &c.
O" Full Particulars of Cargo will be given in future
N. B.40 Wrought Iron Coolers
6 500-Galls. Steam Clarifiers,
Of MESSRS. MIRP.LEKS, TAIT t WATSON, Manufacture.
Will be sold at
Low Figures for Cash. !
BEALE AND HOWARD STS.,
San Frauciwo, Caliroruln,
W. II. TAYLOR, President; JOS. MOORE, Sup't.
XT XX-, 3D
IN ALL ITS LIUNCIIES.
ENGINES AND BOILERS
men PBEssiur or co.nror.M).
STEAM VESSELS, cf a.l kinds, built complete with
Halls of Wood, Iron or Composite.
ORDINARY EXfilX ES com pounded v. hen ad visal.le.
STEAM L.A UNGUES, liarxes and htesm Tugs con-
eiruuieu who rticrecce io tne irsae in huh tbey are to
be employed. Fpeed, tonnage nd draft of water suiran
ted. SCCAR MILLS AND SUGAR Mimvc
MACHINERY madeafter tlie Meat Approved l'l'ans.
Also, all Boiler Iron Work connected therewith
WATER PIPE, of Boiler or Sheet Iron.rf any si-.
i.,4 iu buiiauic iciiiii nr connecting u.getner, i.r rheeis
Rolled. Punchtd. and Packed for f Moment, ready to be
riveted on the Krr.und.
Ill UKAUl.ICRIVf.TIXC. Boiler Work and Wster
Pipe made by this Kstablihtr.e it, Riveted by Hydraulic
Riveting Machinery, that qual y of work being liir supe
rior to hand work.
SII I P WORK, Ship and Steam Cn pits us. Fleam Winch
es. Air and Circulating Pumps, made after the Most Ap
PUMPS. Direct Acting Pomps, lor Irrigation or City
Water Works' purposes, built with the Ce'el. rated Davy
ware ! f A
Abovo Goods Just Received
rVMIK UXIKRSIGNF.I IS
,- I'ARKl) to I
All Onion for H.nsle Bpecicis or Complete
Setts of Uawsiian Ferns, unmounted, on short notice.
Price 10 (cuts IjuIi, or $10.00 for the Sett of IIS.
The Secimens are beautifully preserved, ret a Ititng their nat
ural green, and most of the varieties have a porttttn of the root.
Order a lor Mnllluu Must InrlnJe ltlie.
.ul.l TUPS. U. TI1HCM.
NOTICE THIS !
CANDY MANUFACTORY !
Hotel Ft reel, between Kuutnu aoJ Port.
All Candies Manufactured
At his Establishment are warranted to tie
Free from all Poisonous Substances
And are SOLD CHEAPER than Imported
TO MV PATRONS AND THE PUBLIC
THAT I HAVE f KCURED
A First Class Horse-Shoer !
SECOND TO NONE IN TIIE CITV. AND
I am prepared to carry on this branch of Hiy butioess Io
a manner saiiofactory to my patrons.
Owners cf Horses will save money by giving me a CaU it my
Brick Building, next the Custom House.
Jya 3m J, T. C1IA ITER.
HAVING SECURED THE ft EH VICES OP
the well known L'l'ilOUSrKUMl fc UUAt'KU, MH.J.
MA KIN 111' UK-, the only first class Cphc.Uterer In the King'
dom, (late ol Ban Francisco), I am prepared Io do all kinds of
Etc., In the latent and bft style.
WORK WARRANTED. CALL AND KEB
RED LOUNGES. ,
SOFA REDS, A;e.
N. B Mr. M. has wWct! a fins lot of fpholslerlng
Goi.ds, Parlor fulls and Lounges, C hairs. Ac , of the lalaat
y les, which have Jiut errived from Ban a'rnclsco. 1 have
also Jmt received a new lot of
The Latest Styles of Furniture,
11 A NO AND TA RLE COVERH,
PICTURE CORD, NAILS, fee.
All of which will be for sale cheap. for ll will pay
you to call at NO. (14 1'ort street, and examine the goods
before purchasing elsewhere. C. E. WILLIAMS.
1SS 0 "37 I O
flMIE U N D E R ft I G NED DEG LEAVE TO
btl notify the public that I hey hare perfected their arrange,
ments, and are now prepared to furnish to eonsumnrt buy and
ALL KINDS OF STOCK FEED
Tbrat, Oatg, Barley, Alfalfa nod ManltBlr HaV,
Oats Bran, Barley, Ubrct, Corn, Ittlddllofc
Sill! Frrd, 01! Cake M.v, (rirlf d (oro, lit.
Having a First Class Mill.
We are Prepared to Fill All Orders for
Corn Meal, or any kind of Ground Grnln. Orders kit for
Mixed Feed, 1. e., Ilsy Cut and Grain Ground, bagged and
delivered, will be promptly attended to, Oroail Grain is
from Cfty to one hundred per cent, mure economical than
Whole (Jrain, to reed to slock. W e have a large and com mo.
dious Warehouse, 160x60, near the Eteamer Wharf, where we
can accommodate persons who require storage) and our build
ing is rain proof, rat proof and wiad proof. Also, a cttorlc
Ysrd attached to our Warehouse, where we are tireperrd to
accommodate Mules, Horses, etc., and guarantee Uiem plenty
of Good Feed aud attention, at reasonable rates. Plantation
orders, as well as all others, will be thankfully received and
promptly attended to. UFFICK on Fort Street, next door to
Lucas' New Shop.
-OF T HE-
FIX E CLIPPER BCITISII EiBK
" LALLA R00KE3,"
in 122 days from Glasgow,
COMPRISING A FULL LINE
EXPRESSLY FOR THIS MARKET
IS SOW BEIXG Oi l FRED I OR SALE
at the ofllcei of
G. W. Mnc&rlano & Co.
1 J cure in aib roxks.
J Kegs cf pewd'ted tujsr.