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Fh.iDA T, ACGCSTia. Ii73.
.esliave been agitated lummUt dur
CommtcWk ore the arrival an.ontrt us of Mtml
lug th - ' tha Coast who nuke the trip with the
cl-uie object of investing Mmt of their spar capital
- W growing industries). Xo definite arrangement
hava been entered Into with any of oar merchant by them
jet, but rumor haa it that on Ihelr return friu the
pleaaara trip that they have taken to windward. th-j will
b prepared to lay aome of their plana before our bni
aaa men for ccnalderatton. That three gentlrinrn are In
poaltion to aaalat oa there ia no doubt, nor la It doubtful
but that we are willing to be assisted, and aa they were
advocates In favor of the Reciprocity Treaty, their ldeaa
Of tha benefiu which the United States receives from ua
Will nsdonbtedly be to our advantage when they glean
ta fact that shortly before their arrival the American
aaael 3Xorro Caatla arrived her with a full cargo of ma
chinery, Ae.. and the only axpenea attendant waa her en
try la tba Custom Houaa, which amounted to about fire
dollars, the price) of the Government tarn pa, the cargo
bln free by treaty, while the fcalia Rookh an KngUab
TeasjeL with a Ilk eanra of machinery paid a duty of
nearly I12.0UO- Thia la but a atraw yet it ahowa the way
tea wind blows.
Buianesa generally haa not been brlk dnring the pant
week, the only arrival of not being the Gov. Goodwin,
from Giaagow. with a cargo of sonar machinery, tc,
f valued at nearrv l-SW.O). and conaiKned to G. W. Mac
' farlaa it Co. This conslirnmetit and the cargo of ttis
Carolina Medaa bring our Importations tor the week up
to the very respectable no of j5.ijuo.
Tha exporta have not ben very large, therefore the
amount la am ail in emnparlaun with our import, and It
would be far better for our interrata if we could reduce
Our Importation nntll tha fiifnrte become nearer alike.
Of augar wa have export rd during the last week. I.ts.
784 lbs. (644 1-4 T.) valued at i;T44."4 and of rice 1W.i
Iba (M 1.10 T.) valued at J15 the total valuation, of
rir and auar expurtad, being I77.UVJ.44.
1L0.U TUC HII1R.KS.
Tha Am bk H W Almy. Is at tha Old Custom Hoiue
Wharf, loading for ban Franrteco, and if auger comes In.
aa aoon aa expected, aba will eail about the middle of
Tha Haw bk Kalakaua. baa docked at Brewer A Co'a
wharf, and la taking In suiar. aa It cornea along, and may
all about Saturday next for ban Franclaco.
At Old Steamship wharf, the fine Ant Clipper (hip
Gov tioodwtn. ta diacbarglng machinery Ac. abe haa
made tha remarkable quick trip of low days from Glas
gow, thus beating tha Brit ship Ravenacraig. now 1M
days out, from Liverpool, via iladHra 1X1 days, and the
Brit bk Stormy fretrel, 1M daya out from Giaagow, the
Gov Goodwin ta a fine model, and a line sailer, aa abe
haa proved herself on thia trip.
Tha Am bk Jenny Pitta, ia diacbarglng lumber, at the
Xaplanade foot of fort at, aha will aail aome time next
week for fort Gambia.
Tha Am tern Hera, ta In the stream, ahe ia np for San
7randeco, and will aail, when aha geta a cargo, which
will probably be pretty aoon, if not aooner.
It la about an avea thing, aa to which vessel will bring
our next mail of either the Ulscovery or the D C Murray,
both of which may be looked for from He pi J to 8.
poiit or i3onox.Tjz.Tj. 11. z.
-A a ship Gov Goodwin. Lester, 103 daya from
G la row
IT A aa scar Carolina Medaa, Winaots, If days from
IS Baiatea achr Vivid, KcglUb, 10 day from
Aug 19 Brit bk Dovenby, Penury, lor Portland, O
19 An bk fores Queen. Winding, fur San Franclaco
19 Raiale eenr Vivid. Keg lis h. foe tannines lelaod
20 Brit kk Lady Laaspaoa, Mars loo, for B Vraaciaco
U ia sea Caroline Medaa, vVinanu, lor tannings Is
Export of American ship Gov. Goodwin. Lester, Master
Left Greenock. Scotland. April 2Utb. at 3JW r. at., and
paawad Tuakar llerht house MV 1st. at l'J at. Crossed the
Equator la tha Atlantic, May tfth. In long. 27 W.; passed
Caps St. Koque on tha 3th. crossed the parallel of 50 8.
Jane XI paaaed Cap Horn June '17 ; crossed 50s S. in
tha Factfla July 13th. la long. e3 W ; croaaed the Equa
tor in long. 13 3 Anchored off the harbor at 8 r. M.
August lath. July sth. in 1st. 64 21'S.. and long. 7s 4V
W. speka tha British bark Orienta from New Castle, E.,
Pass :iea Iataso LoaJinf Aug S, Brit bks Camilla, and
Star ef the North, tha latter to sail A ug IS, for Europe.
Prom Giaagow. per Got Goodwin. Aug 1 2399 pea
SBarhinery. (loose) 17 boilers, 2S10 lire bars, 28 iron pipes,
4J7 boxsa aachlnary, e7 cka machinery, 318 iron rails. 54
boiler bea, 3 grindstones, A bbla cement, 35 bbla fire
clay, aoitMa composition. KWO fire brick, lot cka coal
S6U tuna st.n coal, MO firs clay covers. l"Jpcs machinery,
Prom Baa Francisco, per Carolina Medau. Aug IS 100
sacks oats. 115 do barley, 30 do wheat. 100 corn, 125 live
hogs. 175 sacks potatoes. 10 eaaea colons. 6 bbla beef . 5
bbla perk. 3 m ft lumber, 90 cases bread, 6 rasea dry
goods, .to rice mala.
Tor Fortland. Oregon, per Dovenby. Aug Id 60 tons
alt. A baga no t rice. Value dom tVT5.
7 or Ran Francisco, per Forest Queea. Aug 19 813 baga
rice. pkga sugar. Value dom lio.y d 74.
Tor Baa Francisco, per Lady Lampeon. Aag 305294
pkga e-lar, 34 bbla melado. Vfi pks molasaea. 6 pkxs
otl ban. 14 coila rope, 074 baga rice. Foreign value
tioa. ckm value 494M 10.
Poi gaa Frasisisas, ymw Fovea ossm, iw 1 O E
rnlta. W B Irwin. M C Wilson. 8 Pargb, J Kelly, Jas
8chwim,y K Brukett and wife. Col Norris. J Mellody, C
Vane, X Eabaom. F H O'Brien, J X Earle.
wxko In' this city, on tba 17th Inst.. Maar Ct
waiosrr IxiunoaorcA, eldest daughter of Frederick II
and Sarah Jl. Weed, aged 14 years and 35 daya.
Pmrcax In this city, on Sunday, tha 17th of August,
Anna Ca.Tis.iaa alarcaHH-axi. you nicest daughter of
John A. sad Eoea Duncan. aed 4 months and 26 days.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 23.
PrnuuAXT to the first part or the programme
wticb bad been arranged to enable oar distin-
gaib;d viaitora from the Coast to pass a season of
enjoyment while among us, the steamer Ltkeuke,
at 4 o'clock P. M. on, last Tueedaj, left ber wharf
Laving on board in company with LI is Ex. the
Minister of the Interior, lion. W. M. Gwino
and diaghter, Hon. "W. Money and wife, Hon. F.
T. Lew, lion. F. McCoppin and Mr. J. D.
Epreckals. The points of interest on tbeir route
will be manj, and the incidents numerous, and
as a representative of the Adtkxtiseb accompan
ies them, we will be enabled to give a full and in
teresting account of the trip, when thej return.
T-a wn, that much coveted desideratum, seems
to bare held its own in price notwithstanding the
continued i nil ax of an element whose presence in
large numbers waa supposed would lessen the ex
pense. So far, however, very little change in the
rate of wages has taken place, and our planters
pay Dearly as much now for help as when labor
was really scarce. The gaze of our most sensible
planters is tamed toward the direction from which
the Sooth Sea Islanders are expected, and hope
taoants high when tbeir thoughts revert to the
successful issue of the expedition. The importa
tion of Scwtb Sea Islanders into this Kingdom for
laboring purposes, should be the object in view,
not only by Government, but our planters and
business men should also cogitate deeply upon
the benefitavthat will accrue from the introduction
of this cognate race. Have Polynesians for la
borers sod tha circulating medium remains in the
coon try, continue the Chinese and the coin dis
appears from view here, only to reappear in an
other land, some thousand miles away. Engage
the Polynesian, and the Hawaiian race are bene
fitted, the Polynesian bringing his wife and chil
dren with him and assisting in repopulating and
retaining the identity of the aboriginees of these
iJavndJ, instead of, aa in the case of an antagonis
tic) race, decimating and ultimate subversion. It
is an easy matter if properly controlled and man
atrd to obtain all the labor required from our
neizhbor Islands of the Southern Seas. The
Queensland and Fiji planters have formed them
selves into an association, and delegated a portion
ef their comber to attend to the business of in
troducing Polynesians in their sections, and by
means of this unison of action we find, from re
torts received, that they have been very success
ful in obtaining supplies, and that the planters
Ira better satisfied with tha Polynesians as labor
vf a than with either the Chinese or East Indian;
the objection to the Chinese being their vices,
and to the East Indian their liability to sickness,
while te Polynesian is dvo.d of both of these.
cnnweary attributes, be is assimilative a ne
S2ST?nisite to u. for our own, and also the
SSeflt of poor suffering Hawaii. Therefore,
wake np! fecbants, planters, business men.
waie op " aamnely, with bands crossed
Dd L turd US a far off state, thinking
?el JnJh assistance might be obtained from
ff ho" ra""use joursllve- to the necessity
LWs, bu. rat ber rou say
Jw bwrfeSSngthe country at large. Polynesia
EL n?flabogr, but it cannot be oWd I by the
undertaken bv the planters o m "-"' , T. .
'this ilabor, so much the sooner will their
srta be supplied.
In times of money scarcity, caused, it may be,
by either commercial disaster or new enterprises,
there are many who immediately jump to the
conclusion that relief lies in an enactment of the
legislature by vthiehhe ifue of a certain amount
of par;f iuuik-j is legalised. This short cut to
prosperity has f-ecn so often tried, and wiih each
melancholy rcr-ulls, that it may be expected that
economies of the irflatior.iet clas will gradually
l.r.i.uie extinct ; hut that time has not come yet,
and judging from the eins of the liruea will not
cuiae for several J ears.
The Hawaiian Mind are unfortunately afSic-
I ted with a debused coin currency, which has had
j its logical injurious effect. This currency con
j siats of the silver Eve-franc piece, used from early
times for a dollar, the American silver half-dol-
lar which was in 1872 made legal tender lor all
! pajmcnl without limits, and in 1876 was made
; with other American silver coins legal tender for
paHirfits of fifty dollars, and a small percentage
I o! lare jajraents, Mexican silver dollars and
j EnglUh sovereigns, gold, made by the Privy
Council equivalent to five dollars. These make
up the bulk of our staying currency, and are all
considerably Llow our legal standard, which is
j the Auietican gold dollar. Of course with such
a currency much? legal for the greater part of the
! money transact tuns of the community, there is
j no way of keeping American gold in the country.
! To da this it ruuwt he made the only legal tender
lor all payments over a very small amount say
five dollars. Still this depreciated currency an
swers our purpose tolerably well ; its value is in
trinsic to a large extent, that is to say, though
a sovereign is not worth five dollars, its legal
j rate, yet it is worth four dollars and about
i eighty-eix cents, and this corresponds pretty
i nearly to the intrinsic as compared to the legal
value or nve Iranc piece-., Mexican and American
dollars and half dollars, and this gives our work
inzctlrrency a decent consistency and steadiness.
Si'he profit of sugar culture under the reciproci
ty treaty have stimulated enterprise in that field
no an extent beyond the capacity of our available
capital. In thM dtlamma, the Hawaiian Gazelle
proposes that our capital be augmented by the
creation of a paper currency. The writer in that
paper does not state any place for its issue, secur
ity and redemption of the proposed currency, but
quotes the dangerous experiment made by the
United States as a last resort in a desperate emer
gency, and which has for seventeen years been a
disturbing influence in values in that country.
Nor docs the writer appear to recognise the differ
ence between the American greenbacks and the
national bank notes, nor make any suggestion as
to the character of the proposed currency, wheth
er it should be a government note or something
in the nature of an American bank note.'
The currency of the United States was estima
ted about a year ago by Dr. Linderman. late
director of the mint, to be $1,043,000,000, of
which only $358,000,000, or about 34 per cent,
was gold and silver coin. The circulation of
G reat Britain was estimated last year by Mr.
Ernest Seyd to be $831,500,000, of which $615,
000,000, or 74 pcr cent, were gold and silver
coin and bullion. In France with a circulating
medium of $1.742,000,000, 74 per cent, is metalio
and 20 per cent paper, as in England. More
over the Bank of England holds a reserve of $113,
000.000 againBt a note issue or $157,500,000,
leaving $44,500,000 unprotected, while the
Bank of France holds $416,000,000 against an
issue of $442,000,000, leaving only $20,000,000
It would seem that if we are to imitate the
financial system of other nations, we had better
select those of Fiance or England, in which the
security of the paper money is practically per
fect, and the-perturbations of value reduced to
a minimum. But still there are perturbations, and
is it worth while for us to encounter unknown
risks for tie rake of numerically increasing our
capital? Our government is not a borrower at
present, and has no need of credit. The issu
ances of an aut horsed credit paper by a bank
would tend both to further depreciate the
body of our currency and to introduce perturba
tions in value which would be disastrous to all
business enterprises. The depreciation of such
paper would drive away all coin, except small
change, even our poor sovereigns, five france
pieces and Mexican sun-dollars would have to go.
The introduction of such legislation would b
extremely dangerous in this country. The legisla
ture could not be relied on for the necessary fi
nancial intelligence to safely inaugurate and carry
on a slippery and complex financial system or this
character, and we should be exposed to the ulti
mate fate of similar experiments in San Domingo,
where government requirements were promptly
supplied by an enactment creating a new lot of
money out of paper and ink, and the currency
became as common as the leaves on the trees ana
worth 89 much.
Hawaiian silver certificates are popular and
convenient as money, and do not require to be
made a legal tender because they pass readily
upon their representative value. Of course they
do not satisfy those minds that agonise to see ono
dollar by some dexterity made to perform the
work of two. But the coin reserve that keeps
the silver certificates at par is not idle nor a tax
upon public profits, it is on the contrary a kind
of insurance fund that secures the acquisition of
profits. The loss of interest on these reserves is
insignificant when compared with the disasters
caused by fluctuations of a credit currency.
We are unable to see any relief in the some
what Vague propositions of the writer in the Ga
zelle, but rather danger to all kinds of business
enterprise, and also workmen and those of small
means. If the present is a critical time, that is
the greater reason for not tampering with our
LIST OF ADVERTISED LETTERS
REMAINING IX TUB GENERAL POST
OFFICE. Honolulu, August, 1878.
A lien. 3 T
Bonython, James 3
Bramslow, F C
Kuzzell. S C
Cavanat'h, W A a
Cutler. Howell D
Crane. Frank B 3
Oily. MraC U 2
De La Nux. P A 3
Foye, Cept C E
Fairbanks. V W
Gill. John 2
Goodnow. C W 3
Gerhow , Charlie
Garrick, Mrs Annie
Gordon. A B 3
Holmes. Walter II 2
Honey. Mrs Mackenzie 3
Haruond. C A 2
Jackson. B II
Jacbson. M A
Johnstone. W J
iKehoe. John I
Lke, Frank J
I Lord, Frank P
Lewis, Ham L
l Lowry, John
.Mackenzie, P P
Miller. C E
McKenzie. Mrs M E
Mollon, K C
Martin, Wm J
Newton, H J
Heacock. George B
! Robertson, John D
iKobertHon, F H
I Kyle, ChaaR
iSuplee. Prof T D
Spiers, Vr Chaa
Mrow. Julius C
I ravers, M W 2
Townsend. G H
Went worth. H B
Williams, John 3
Wallingf ord, H S
Kenney, Misa Eliza
Partiea inquiring for Letters In the above List, are
particularly requested to ASK FOR AD ERTInU
LETTERS. A. P. BRICKWQOD, P. M. O.
3 wharf of Steamer Likelike, one white horse with rope on
Deck. The above reward will be paid to anyone returning to
Chaa. Long, 6 Merchant street. " it
B.10R RENT. TO A SIMiLE UK. a UfcJI.
Wl a Koorn, a abort distance up the Kouanu Valley, com
manding One views of the surrounding scenery, harbor and
sea. Addresa A. B. S3 box Post Office. au23 lm
VOLUME 13 sfihr P. C. ADVERTISER,
bouDd or unbound, dry of P. C. ADVERTISER,
January 2J, 1978. Volumes 2. 3 and 4 of THK FRIEND,
bound or unbound. 1 6e CONVENTION PAPER, bound
or unhouad. 1 Volume DAILY HERALD, bound or un-
he above are wanted to complete aela, for which lair
prices will be paid by
XnOS. O. THRUM.
PARTIES IX HONOLULU WHO HAVE
not made their returns of property in
EWA AND WAIANAE,
Are requested to fend them to the undersigned,
on or before the
1st DAY OF SEPTEMBER,
As on that date, the TAX BOOKS lot the above District, will
be Closed. D K.- FYtK,
Tax Assessor for Ewa and Waianae.
Honolulu, August 22, 1878. ao23 2t
MRS. COLGATE BAKER'S
FRENCH. GERMAN ANO ENGLISH
Boarding and Day School for Young Ladiea and Child
ren ta and HM Van Ness a venue. Ban Francisco, Calilornia.
The fccLool Year begins Aug aa 1st. 1879. For further in
formation, letters ail J rested aa above will reach Mrs. Baker, or
she relrre by permission to Mr. Joseph Cooke and Mr. Charles)
A. Oihon of Uonolula, and to Messrs. Williams, Blancbsrd 4c.
Co., gaa Francisco. jyi So
JAMES M. M0NSABRAT,
ATTORN BT AND COUNSELLOR AT
LAW. Office at i. I. Dowsctts, Quten 8' reel,
Honolulu. au23 T
S. B. DOLE,
aulS '79 Corner Fort and Merchant streeta, Honolulu.
ALL ANIMALS FOUND TRESPASSING
upon the Crown Lands of HONOR A WAI. Maui, on or
after November lat, 179. will be Impounded according to law.
C. U. JCDD,
salt! 8m Crown Commissioner and Land Agent.
TJO. 3 GARDEN LANE. TWO NEATLV
11 FL'RSISHED BKDKOOM3. aul
ISLAND BUTTER ! ISLAND BUTTER ! !
RES II ISLAND BUTTER RECEIVED
each week and constantly on Land by
aulSSt A. W. BCSH, 64 Fort Street.
STOCK. FIXTURES AND BUSINESS
V'il of a Carpenter Shop for sale, and the Shop for rent.
asa.aalOZt Apply to M. BHADLHi, cor aorx mug v.
T1HE UNDERSIGNED BEG TO INFORM
. theLadiesvjf Honolulu and vicinity that they have se
cured the services of
A First-Class Dressmaker !
Of years of experience In fan Franclaco and other Kaatrro
Cities. Orders promptly executed, and warranted U pksse.
ania tf GRANT Ac KUBfcKTsOS.
LAINE & CO.,
IMPORTERS l.I COJnilSSIO.N JIERCDi.TS,
HONOLULU. H. I.
DEALERS la II A T. G R A I N A N D GENERAL
1'rodoce. GRAIN GROUND TO OKDKK.
Orders solicited and satisfaction guaranteed Storage for
Poods. OFIflC E, Fort street, below Lucas'. aula 79
ALL PA RT1ES INDEBTED TO THE WAI
LUKU BToBE of T. J. MOBSMAN, are requested to
make immediate payment to J. U. HARE, aa these accounts
are overdue, sod as a certain disposition waa made July 23d,
of the Stock and Bills receivable of said Store, and aa the said
business ia being wound up, all Bills unpaid will have to be
collected by process ot law. Prompt settlement will save
August ISih, 1879. au9 If
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM THIS
Kingdom the Hon. Chaa. R. Bishop will set for me un
der a full Power of Attorney. J. MOTT SMITH.
Honolulu, July 7, 1879. Jyli 3m
IT IS MY INTENTION TO BE ABSENT
from Honolulu during the month of August, and during
that lime Mr. J. D W kite will have charge of my business.
of Brown ot Co., Wine Merchants.
Honolulu, July 2th. 1879. ao2 lm
JOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
1 undersigned have been appointed Executors of the will
of Alexander Hutchinson, late oi Nkalehu, Hawaii, deceased,
and all persona are hereby notified to present their claims
duly authenticated, whether secured by mortgage or other
wise, within ais months from the date hereof or they will be
forever barred, and all persons indebted to said estate are
notified to make immediate payment.
JOHN 8. WALKKR,
J. O. CARTER.
Executors of the will of Alex. Hutchinson, deceased.
Honolulu, August 19, 1879. au23 lm
HAVING JUST RECEIVED A LARGE
KM Invoice of adjustable Stencil Platea (Alphabets and Fig
urea) with Brushes and Inks, I am now prepared to furnish
Plantations and Business Houses with the above at exceeding
ly low rates. We also take orders for Self-Inking Rubber
btampaahd Dies. J. A. HOPPER,
anS lm Fort Street,
mil E UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
M. appointed administrator of the estate of Luisa Kalapine,
late of Bwa, deceased, hereby notices all parlies having
claims against the estate to present the same within six
months from the date of thia advertisement, or they will be
forever barred and all partiea owing said estate are requested
to make Immediate payment to
Administrator Estate of l.uisa Kalapine, deceased.
Honolulu, July 2th, 1H7V. au at
THE UNDERSIGNED. JARED K.SMITH,
Executor of the Will of ALVA BLAKK. deceased, here
by gives notice to all persons who bare claims against the
estate or toe said aiva uiaae, to present me same to mm
within six mouths from the date hereof, or Ihey will be forever
barred. jakkd h.. SMITH,
Executor of the Estate oi Alva Blake.
Koloa, Kauai. July 19. 1879. jyl9 61
raXHE ASSESSOR WILL BE IN HIS OFFICE
M. at Aliiolaol Hale, from 9 o'clock a. m. till 1 o'clock p. M.
on TUESDAYS. WEDNESDAYS. THURS
DAYS and FRIDAYS, during the month of Auguet.
All persons liable to taxation arc requested to make their
returns to the Assessor,
OX OK BEFORE THE FIRST D1YOF SEPTEMBER,
Recording to law. .iny persons requiring Blanks can obtain
the same Irom m. h. j l, iiu,
au2 4t Assessor of Honolulu.
niHE CO-PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX
H. isting between the undersigned, and known aa the
VTAIKAPIT SUGAR PLANTATION CO., baa been dissolved
by mutual consent, and the same-will be hereafter continued
by W. H. Comwell and Geo. W. Macfarlane under the firm
name of CORN WKLL at CO. H. CORNWKLL,
Bated Uonolula, July 1 1879. W. II. CORNWALL,
JylSfll O. W. MACFARLANE.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
rilHR UNDERSIGN KD. THE EXECUTOR
at of the will of JOSHUA R. WILLIAMd. of Halawa, Kwa,
Island or Oahu, lately deceased, nereoy notifies sil persons
having claima against the said estate, to present such claims
duly authenticated and with the proper vouchers if any exist,
even If the claim is secored by mortgage on real estate to him,
either at bis residence or place oi business in Monolulu, with
in six months from the first dsy of publication hereof, or they
will be forever barred. And all persons owing the said estate
are requested to make Immediate payment or the same.
Dated Honolulu, 1st August 1879.
W. R. CASTLE,
au2 4t Executor of the Will of Joshua K. Williams.
NOTICE OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
"v,HE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY
aV entered into a co-partnership for the purpose of carrying
on sugar Cane flaming at Kukuinaele, ilamakua, Hawaii,
under the style and name of Trousseau A liouiman. Mr. G.
Trousseau alone baa the commercial signature and the entire
management of the business i he also aasumes all liabilities to
CHARLKS V. HOU8MAN.
Kukulhsele, Hamakna, Hawaii, July 28th, 1879.
Referring to the above notice, Mr. Arthur T. Housman will
act for me under full power of attorney.
au9 lm C. V. HOUSMAN
A HANDSOME BRICK RESIDENCE.
suitable for a private family situated in Nuuanu St.
Formerly the property of Dr. Hoffmann. For terms inquire of
ao2 4t C. ArONO.
Mortgagee's Notice of Sale I
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Aw I 8AMUAL ETA INKS, the Mortgagee named in a cer
tain Indenture of Mortgage, dated 18th April, 1879, made by
Henry Chaniberlaine and Kahoaka hia wile to me, the said
Painuet Staines, will sell at Public Auction on Thursday, the
11th day of September, 1879, at 12 m. at Kohala, Island of
Hawaii, that certain Lease of Land, mane by Kaknkamoku
to Henry Chamberlains dated l?t September, 1876, for 20
years, of Record in Liber 43. on page 305, as by said Lease
more particularly appears. Also that certain premises situate
in Makawao. Island ol Maul, more particularly described in
Royal Patent, No. 2S85, issued to Ksuwe. For further par
ticulars enquire or SAMUEL si AUta,
Or CECIL BHOWN, Attorney for Mortgagee.
au23 3t Honolulu, Oahu, 8. I.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
A Choice Selection of
Superior in sttlb and dcsibilitt
to anv that can be bought In this .
towo at the same price.
OTE a OTTO Small Profits
and Qaltk Eetarns !
Samples on application sent to any
part of the Kingdom..
au23 3t GRANT w ROBERT80N.
Dcst Contract Matting,
both colored and white,
JTJST RECEIVED F0M HONGKONG !
By the Bktn. M1QNON. Also, a Small Invoice or
Very Fine Tea, Camphor Trunks !
Best Quality In thia Market, etc., for sale by
Jala Sot Corner of King and Nauanu Streets,
108 Days from GLASGOW.
Would Call Attention of
Planters and Agents
To the Following
From the Cck-biaied Manufacturers,
Messrs. Mirrlees, Tait & Watson,
Just to hand by the American Clipper Ship
After a remarkable passage 103 days from GLASGOW
Which will be offered For Sale
On very Liberal Terms, vis:
1 Patent Horizontal Sugar Mill
(12 Tata per diem capacity.) with open gap bead slock,
for the easy removal of side Kollers ant Patent Wrought-iron
Trash Turner. Rollers, SO inces diamster and 60 inches
long. Tap Roller Joaraals, 12fr inches diameter by
14 inches kmc. Tod .and Meaass roller pinions of malleable
caat-lron and cane rollor pinion of touEhened cast-iron, with
one spare set of M ill Pinions of toughened cast-iron.
Heavy 33oxillo Spur
Gearing fcjr above, mounted on a massive Cast-iron Bed
plate, with Tail bar Connection to Mill, 1 spare first motion
Pinion and 1 spare Begme nt each, for lat and 2nd Motion
Iron Work for a Cane Carriage,
40 feet long, with Driving and Traveling Chain, and
for driving above Mill.
1 11IGI1 rULSSlEE U0E1Z0M1L
STEAM ENGINE WITH CYLINDER
20 inches diameter and 4 feet stroke, fitted with Feed and
Cold Water Pumps, Fly-wheels, with Centre-arms and Seg
ments separate, for convenience of shipment, Governor (equili
brium Valve Chest, and set of holding down Platea and Bolts.
One Patent Horizontal Sugar Mill,
(8 ton per diem capacity), rollers 26 inches diameter and
4 feet 6 Inches long; complete as above, with double spur
gearing, cane carrier and Megasa elevator, and for driving
1 High Pressure Horizontal Steam Engine
Cylinder 18 inches diameter and 42 Inches stroke. Also,
2 High Pressure Compound Steam Eoilers,
Each consisting or a CORNISH and MULTITUBULAR Sec
tion. The former 8. 0". dia. by 19' 6" long, with 2 24"
Flues, and the latter 6' . 0." dia. by 15'. 0." long, contain
ing 82 Axed Tubes, 4" external diameter, each section fit
ted with Internal Steam Collecting Pipe, and the sections
conne ted by copper and cast-iron piping, each Boiler
provided with 2 Safety Valves and a complete Set of
Mountings, including Furnace and Damper, spare Boiler
Tubes and spare Fire-bsra.
4 500-Imperial Gallon Steam Clarifiers,
Each with Patent Treminn Pipe, and solid drawn brass
1 Pair Centrifugal Machines,
(Weston's Patent,) 30in., self-balancing with strong Mon
itor cases, independent Iron Framing and Belting, and
1 Diagonal Steam Engine,
Cylinder 0 inches diameter and 1 foot stroke for driving
above Centrifugal. Also, received per
Lalltt Xoolsli & Dovenby
WROUGHT IRON COOLERS, 6ftx6ftx20iu deep
CENTRIFUGAL WIRE CLOTHS, old and new
INDIA RUBBER RINGS, for Weston Centrifugals.
SCREW CUTTING LATH E for Plantation use.
I JANKER or 2-WHEELEO POLK CAR
RIER, for lifting and carrying heavy machinery from
landings to Mill site. Also,
Fire Bricks, Fire Clay Steam Coal, &c
W. L. GREEN,
G. W. MACFARLANE &. CO.,
Agents for Mirrless, Tait & Wataon.
t W. MAGFARMI k CO.
Have Received by the Ships
And are also DAILY XXPECTIXG by Barks
STORMY PETREL and VIOLA,
Glasgow & Liverpool Respectively
Full Ass't of Merchandise,
Which they Offer for Sale, to
Planters, Traders, Store-Keepers
And Others, on very Liberal Terms, Vis :
White Linens, White Cottons, Tweeds, Shawls,
Handkerchiefs, thirls. Prills. Denims, Prints,
Brilliants, Fancy Goods, Tailor's Uoods, hheeting,
Table Linen and Napkins, Waterproof Tweeds,
dec, 4 c, 4c
Galv'd, Corrugated Roofing, Fence Wire,
bar and Sheet Iron, a very full assortment;
Galv'd Buckets and Tubs, all sixes; Iron Kettles.
Galvanised and Black Iron Water Pipe, 3-8 to 2 in..
Iron Water Tanks, Uydraulio Jacks,
Iloop Iron, to 1J in.
In Full Assortment, Via:
Caea Pie Fruits, Pickles, Jams and Jellies, Raisins,
Currants, Chocolate, Split Peas, Sardines, Salad Oil,
Chutney, Pates, Vinegar, Candied Fruits and Preserves.
Cotsaques, Bon-Bods, Ac. Ac,
All from the leading manufactures.
Cachet-Blanc and Rederer Ch mparnes of highest grade,
G. & M. Babetman Al Son's unequaled Hoc Wines,
Finest Sherries awl Ports, Amontillado and oher Brands,
Ginger Wine,. Vino Mojcaeeland Madeira Wines,
llenueaay 1. 3 and 3 Star Brandies, in wood or glass,
Martells, Bisquits bubuche 4 Co., and Boutelleaaa
Brandies in Vsriety,
Cutter, Hume Sour-Maib, k Kentucky Favorite Whiskies,
Irish and cctch Whiskies, the best Brands.
Bass', Ailwpps, McKwan and Foster's Ales and Porters,
- Mineral Waters, such as Seltzer and Bitter Waters,
Ac, Ac, Ac
Best Portland Cements. White Lead, While Zinc,
Red Lead, Paint Oil. Bed and Green Composition,
Colia Oil, Fire Bricks, Fire Clay, Wire Hope,
Patent Packing Babbitt Metal.
Burlap Sosar and Rice Baes. Cotton Waste.
Heavy Burlaps, Taps and Lies. Petro em Barrels,
Solar Wax and Stearine Candles.
Family Soap, in 66 Boxes, Boxes Tin Plate assorted.
Floor Oil Cloth. Leather Belling, Bine Mottled Soap,
Grind Stones, tea in and Stove Coal,
And a Large Assortment of
Crockery and Glassware,
With many other Articles for the Trade, too numerous to
particularise. Especial attention paid to Ordera from the
other Islands, and satisfaction guaranteed
C. W. MACFARLANE & Co
aJsMssaaT" JT . aaaaaaaaacawK
t'RI.NG MT ABSKXCK FROM THIS
Kingdom, Mr. Julius Noting will act for me und-r lull
power of attorney. (au9 lm) JOS. G. TL'CKr.R
FROM THIS DAY I SHALL NOT l.4Y AST
debts without an order Irom my han l.
Honolulu. Aur 2d, autf lm) C. AKANA.
lIXE AND FRF.SII.AM) COSST.I.MLV
M. on hand. Kami m supplied every mornine, or aa oftrn
as required. Manufactory, li.nel Street, By Horse premise,
orpbsite Knights of Pythias' Hall. au9 lm
rVHOSE PKF.MIM MTI.ITF. IN II I LO,
ft opposite the Court House, suitable for a first-claas Hotel.
A U in good order and repair. A ply to
J. II. CONEY. Honolulu,
fe8 79 orC. RICHARDSON. Hilo.
RARE CHANCE FOR INVESTMENT.
Wanted by September 1st, of thia year, f&O.OOQ ta
1 8 J, 000 on first mortgage, on a first cla?a Sugar Plantation,
valued at (200 000.
Tha crop of 1SS0 will be from 1000 to 1200 tona. Will com
me nee taking off 300 tors in October, 1579. The Plantation has
140 laborers, and Is well found in Mules, Carta. c. Machinery
in flrs: class order, and can crush seven or eight tons per day.
For further particulars apply to the ur.deis gned,
J"2S A. J. "AKTWRIGHT.
Ql'PREME COURT IN BAXKKt'PTCr,
in the matter of CHI N KAl', an alleged Bankrupt
Notice is hereby given that a meeting I the creditors aho
have prive.l debts a?aiuat the estate of Chun Kan. a bank
rupt, to the amount of $100 or more, will 1-e h-ld at the Office
of (he Clerk of the Supreme Court, at All o'ani I'al. in Hono
lulu, on MEKNESlMY, the 10th day of .September, a. t.
179. at 10 o'clock a. m., f'y (he purpose of elertiuar Assignees
of the sid Bankrupt's r state, pursuant to t e Statute
A. ROSA, Clerk Supreme Court.
Honolulu. August 19th, 1ST9. au23 2t
Sl'PREME I'Ol'RT OF THE HAWAIIAN'
Islands, in Probate. In the matter of the Estate of lr i.
C. Mrl.KA N. late of Honolulu, deceased At Chambers t efore
Mr. Justice McCully. On reading and filing the petition and
accounts or Mary A. McLean and W m. G. Irw;n, Executrix
and Executor or the M ill of Geo. C. Mcl.en, late of Honolulu
deceased, wherein they ark to be allowed $il,S33 74, and
charges himself with (21.833.7S, and asks that the same may
be extntned and appnv d, and that a final order may be
made ol distribution of the proper y remaining in his hands
to the persons ih'-nf o entitled, and discharging him and his
sun-ties from lt further responsibility as such.
It is ordered, that Wednctday, the 24th day of September,
A. D. 1879. at 11 o'clock a. m.. before ll,e sid Justice at
Chambers, in the Court House at Honolulu, be and the same
hereby is appointed as the time and place for hearing said
petition and accounts, and that all persons interested may
then and there appear and show cause, if any they have, why
the same should not he granted, and may present evidence as
to who are entitled to the aaid property. A nd that this order
in the English language, be published in the "Pacific Com
mercial Advertiser" newspaper, printed and published in
Honolulu, for three successive weeks previous to the time
therein appointed lor said hearing.
Dated at Honolulu. II. I., this 19th day of August, A.
D. 1879. LAWRENCE McCCLLV.
Attest: Justice of the Supreme Court.
A. ROSA, Deputy Clerk of the Supreme Court. au23 3t
SL'PREME COURT. IN Il lN'KKl'PTCI'.
In the matter of the petition of EDWARD STREIIZ, a
EDWARD STHEIIZ, of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, having
appeared before the Hon. A Francis Judd, Justice of the Su
preme Court, and declared himself a bankrupt, as provided in
Section 962 of the Civil Code, it was this day ordered by the
said Justice that TUESDAY, the 26th day of August, Instant,
at 10 o'clock, a. m , at the Court Room of the Supreme Court,
at Aliiolani lisle, Honolulu, be the time and place to hear and
decide the queation ot bankruptcy; and that notice of such
hearing be published in the Pacific Commercial Advertise! f r
three consecutive weeks, for all persons therein concerned, to
appear and show cause, if any there be, why the said Edward
Strehx should not be decreed a bankrupt.
By Order of the Court: A. KUSA, Deputy Clerk.
Honolulu, August 5th, 1S79. au9 3t
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE II A
waiian Kingdom. Kalakaua. by the grace of God, of the
Hawaiian Islands, King: To William C. Parke, Esquire,
Marshal of the Kingdom, or his Deputy Greeting:
You are hereby commanded to summon AWlA(k), of Ho
lualoa. North Kona, Island of Hawaii, defendant, in case he
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 7th
day of July next, at 10 o'clock, a. ni , to show cause why the
claim of Mikala (w), plaintiff, should not be awarded her pur
suant to the tenor of her annexed petition. And have you then
there Ibis writ, with full return of your proceedings thereon.
Witness, non. Charles C Harris, Chief Justice of our Su
preme Court, at Honolulu, this 21st day of April, A. D. 1879.
8eal of the Supreme Court. Signed, A. ROSA,
A copy of the within summons and petition annexed were
left at the house of one Kaobimaunu, by Officer Kamauoha;
that being the last known place of abode of the within men
tioned A hia. He being suspected of being a leper and having
hid away in the woods of Kona, could not be found np to date
of this return, June 21st, 1879.
Signed, DAVID DAYTOJV. Deputy Marshal.
Honolulu, Oahu, ss. I hereby certify that the within and
foregoing ia a true and ftithful copy of the original summons
(and Deputy Marshal's return thereto) issued in the libel for
divorce, Mikala (w) vs. A hia (k ), and that the case was order
ed by the Court to be continued to the next October Urm,
when the respondent is required to answer. As witness my
nana tnis ZMiti day ot July, A. u ls.u.
au2 fit JNO. E BARNARD, Clerk Supreme Court.
K N THE SL'PREME COURT O V THE II A
M. waiian Kingdom. KaUkaua, ly the grace ol God, of the
Hawaiian Islauds, Kiugi To William C. Parke, Esquire, Mar
shal of the Kingdom, or his Deputy Greeting:
You are hereby commanded to summon LL'I KKKUA, (k)of
llilo, or Puna, Hawaii, defendant. In case he shall file written
answer within twenty days after service hereof to be and ap
pear before the Supreme Court at the April Term thereof, to
be holden at the Court Room of the Court House. Honolulu, in
the lslanj of Oahu, ON MONDAY, the 1th day of April next.
at iu o'clock, a. m., ta show cause why the claim of Kauwe (ml
plaintiff, should not be awarded her, pursuant to the tenor of
ber annexed petition. 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 20th day ot Jan. a. D 1879.
(Seal of the Supreme Court )
Sinned. A. ROSA. DepuUr Clerk.
The within mentioned summons and petitian not served, dil
igent search having he. n made through ililo. Kau ami Puna,
but failed to find him; and his whereahouts in still unknown
Signed, W C. PARKK. Marshal.
Honolulu, Oahu, ss. I hereby certify that the within and
foregoing is a true and faithful copy of the original summons,
ana mart,nai s return tnereio, uauea in tne linei for divorce,
Kauwe (w) vs. Lui Kekua. (k.), and that the case was ordered
by the Court to be continued to the next October term, when
tne respondent is required to answer.
As witness my band this 28th day oi July. a. T. 1879
au2 6t JNO. E. BARNARD.
IX THE SUPREME COURT OF THE II A
waiian Kinpdom. Kalakaua, hy the grace of God, of the
Hawaiian Islands, King: lo William C Parke, Ksquire, Mar
shal of the Kingdom, or his Deputy Greeting:
You are hereby commanded to summon WM. H. JOI1N30N.
residing in California, or other parts of the United States of
America, defendant, in case he hhall file written answer within
twenty days after service hereof, to he and appear before the
supreme court at tne July term thereof, to be holden at the
Court Koom of the Court Houe, Honolulu, in the Island of !
uanu, c.x Mun ua it. tne 7tn day of July next, at 10 a. m ,
to show cause why the claim or Akaneki, (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 16th day of June, A. P. 1879.
(Seal of the Supreme Court ) Signed,
A. RuSA, 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, sa. I hereby certify that the within and
foregoing is a true and faithful copy of the original summons,
and Deputy Marshal's return th reto. issued in the libel fer di
vorce, Akaneki (w) vs. Wm. II. Johnson, and that the casa
was ordered by the Court to be continued to the next October
term, when the respondent is required lo answer.
As witness my hand this 28th day of July, a. I). 1879.
au2 61 JNO. E. BARNARD, Clerk Supreme Court.
Y VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF EXECUTION
LP issued from the Supreme Court of the Hawaiian Islands,
a a tea July xstn. i7'J, in ravor or Kobert LitUman aaiust
Henry Giles, I have levied Ujwn and taken into my possession
the following personal properly ol said Henry Giles, and shall
expose the same for sale at Public Auction at C. S. Bartow's
Auction Koom, on
Monday, the 15th Day of Sept.,
1879, at 11 o'clock A. M :
1 Sorrel Mare Nellie, a carriage horse; 1 Gray Horse,
1 Black Pony Sultan, 1 Black Pony Charier,
I Black Horse, 1 Iron Gray Mare, 1 By Filly,
4 Bamboo Chairs, 1 Lounge, 1 Bureau, 1 Telescope.
Lot of Coral Shells, 2 Cloihes-B.iskets, 1 China Toilet Set,
1 Buckskin Coat, 3 Flower Stands. 1 Kitchen Table,
1 Kitchen Stove A Fix' urea, 1 Meat Safe, 1 Open Wagon,
1 Phaeton. 4 Bamboo Stools. I Magpie & Cage, 2 Brooms,
1 Warden fUee, 1 shell Monument. I Dog House,
2 Feather Dusters, 1 Fancy Cateh All, 1 Large Basket,
1 Fancy Hanging Basket, 1 riah Globe Ac Blind,
1 Fancy Ink Stand. 4 Iron Brackets, 1 Fancy Card Case,
1 raury emoting stand, 1 View or Honolulu, 2 Alliums,
2 Oil Lamps, Lot ol Garden Tools, 2 Horse Brushes,
1 Framed Kesoluiion of Chamber of Commerce,
1 Large Map of Sandwich Ialauls, 1 Glass Decanter.
2 Straight fcdges for Drawing, 1 Fancy Pillow for Lounge,
1 root Mool, 1 rilcner a. Basin, 1 1 rank or nundne,
1 Bread Box, 1 Lot of hooks, 1 Fancy Cup Ac Saucer,
3 Fancy Brackets. 13 Platter Dishes, S2 l'inner Plates,
12 Soup Plates, 33 Common Plates, 5 Covered I), sties.
23 Breakfast IMales, 23 Supper Plates. 9 Tea Hues,
11 Egg Cups, 2 Fancy Salt Cellars, 2 Knife Rests.
2 Tea-pot Manda, 1 Cork-screw, 4 Oval Dishes, 12 Cups,
1 Fancy Pickle Stand. 1 fuar Bowl, 14 taueere,
2 Graey Dishes, 1 Gravey Pitcher, 14 Tumblers,
1 Sack of Oat Meal, 1 Large Cab'n et, 1 Small Cabinet,
1 Curio Case, 6 Hctures. 1 Black Walnut 4ining Table,
1 Chandelier, 2 Kups, 1 Fancy Clock, 1 book Case,
1 Fancy Writing Desk, 1 Fancy Cigar Stand. 4 Foxskins,
1 Lot Knives, Forks 4r Spoons, 3 (ialv.m.zed Buckets,
1 Saddle Ac Bridle, 1 Fancy ( ar.i.e Kog. 1 Bik do Ung.
W. C PAKKE. Marsh il.
Per DAVID DAY ION, Deputy Marshal.
Dated at Honolulu, Aug. 14th, 179. au16
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
VOTICE IS HERE!!!' GIVEN THAT PUR-
X w suant to a power of sale contained in a certain deed of
mortgage dated the 12:h day of J n a n. 18T8, made between
ictoria A. I ell and m leii. her liU-itiand, oi I tie one part, and
Peter Dalton. of the other prt, and rec rded in l.iber S3, on
paces 266.257 and 258, in the Kei;Uiry oill e, llonul ilu, tosecure
the payment of ftsso in two years alter tlie datj thereof, with
interest at tne trie rale or twelve per cent, per annum, payable
semi-annually. The said Peter Dulton intends to firecloaessid
mortgage, and after the time limited by lnw, to cause the mort
gaged properly to be sold by pu'ilic aurtion in Honolulu, for a
breach ct tne conditions contained in tne sa a uongge deed.
such property iing described as follows: A II that house lot,
tcether with the w wden houe thereon, si uaied in said Ho
nolulu, upon the east aide of K nz street, adj dninir the prem
ises of Captain Meek, opposite ttie Police Station Home, and
more particularly bounded and de-crilie I in a certain deed
dated the 9:h day of April, IS75, from W. A. Tell to Victoria
Banister, and recorded in Liber 42, patre lso.
t'tir.K i. i.iun, Mortgagee.
R. F. BICKERTON', Attorney f .r Morig .gee.
Dated this Sth day of August, A. D. 1879. au9 4t
Notice to Creditors.
-SAJOTICE IS II RRE8T GIVEN THAT the
11 undersigned has been appointed Executor of the last
will and testament of Akoogof Honolulu, deceased, and all
persona axe truly notified to present claims duly authenticated
whether secured dt mortg ee or oinerwise, at nisomce on
Kaabumano Street, in Honolulu, within six months from the
date hereof or they will be forever t arred, and all people in
debled to said estate are hereby notified to make immediate
payment thereof. A LfcX. J. CART WRIGHT,
Kxecutor of the Last Will and Testament ct Alton, deceased
Paled at Honolulu, April i 18T9. P
j 5a" ja awns, is kans) ,sj i vsaws v v?
0BHALV1 MANUFACTURING GO.
A Very Fin Selection of the Abovo Goods Just Received
from Providence, and for salo by
EL o. HALL & SOIST.
From the Establishment
Of TAUNTON, MASS.
ILL OF THESE BEIUTIFCL LOODS
At Prices to Suit the Times.
AUCTION SALE !
AT WAILUKU, MAUI,
On WEDNESDAY, AUG. 27th,
Will be offered, if not prrriousW disposed of at Prirata
Sale, the raluaUe property of T. J. MOSS MAN, which includes
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
NEW DWELLING HOUSE.
All of which is situated in the central business part ef Wailuio
" AISO on the same day, a
Large & Great Variety Merchandise
CONSISTING IN PART AS FOLLOWS:
Clothing, Prints. Boots and bhoes, Saddles,
Blauketa, Tobacco, Ilata, Ehawls,
Stationery, Patent Medicines,
CROCKERY & GLASSWARE,
HEAVY SILVER.PLATED WARE.
Groceries, Hardware, Paints,
Water-proof Flannels, Merinos and Cobourgs,
And a Cenf rl Assortment of Dry Goods and other
3Ierchandise too varied to particularize.
IT tot further particulars apply lo
au9 tf T. J. MOSS MAN, Honolulu.
WATER PIPE, STBMI PIPE,
E BEG TO INFOKM OUR CUSTOMER
and others, that we have on hand and
For Sale at Reasonable Prices,
A large Assortment of the BK8T American
CAW. WATER PIPE A! HUMS,
from i inch up lo 3 inches in diameter. ALSO,
EX. STRONG LAP-WELDED STEAM PIPE,
from i inch up to T inches In diameter.
Gas Pipe, all sizes. A Llheral Dlscoant Hill k
Allowed to the Trade.
jy26 2in HONOLULU IRON' WORKS CO.
GERMAN BARK 14 LOUISE,"
Consisting of a Large Assortment of NEW
STAPLE AND FilCY GOODS !
England Germany and France
Prints, Domestics, Tailors and Dress Goods,
Silks, Velvets, Merinos,
Mixed, Linens, Cottons,
T 1 1ST
Shawls, Shirts, Handkerchiefs,
Hosiery, Umbrellas, Towels, &c, Sec.
Quilts, Table Covers, Rugs,
IMITATION SYDNEY SADDLES
Calfskins, Leather Belting,
BAGS AND BAGGING.
Hoop Iron, Fence Wire,
Galvanized Roofing, 6, 7, 8 and 9 ft. lengths;
Buckets, Tubs, Charcoal Irons,
Cutlery, Galvanized Pipes, Tin Plates,
Sheet Iron, Yellow Metul,
Powder and Shot, Printing Paper, -
C O R D AG-E,
Pianos, from L. Neufeld, Berlin
Candles, &c, Caustic Soda, Paints,
Cognac, de Laage fils and Boutelleaux, 1, 2,
3 and 4, diamond;
Champagne, Heidsieck and Tiioreau;
Clarets Pomneys, Gorse. St. Julien;
Beer St. Paul's Bavarian, Muller's, Sec,
quart! and pints;
Gin, Etc., Etc.
FOR SA LE BV
H. H ACKFELD & CO.
Orders from the other Islands promptly exe
cuted and satisfaction guaranteed.
ssrww ' fta. ' 1 a) T ?N (T fB
TMIK TKDKRSIOXEI I NOW F R K
PARKD to fill Orders for Hingis pecinena Cosnplet
elts of Hawaiian lerus, unmounted, on abort sratloe.
Price 10 Cents Each, or $10.00 for the Sett of US.
The Specimens are beautifully preserved, retslnlng tbeir nat
ural green, and most of tha arieilea bare a portion of the root.
Ordera lsr .Mlll M
THOU. Q. TIinCM.
AT KAL.IIII CMs1i.b Rsiatcai.assii cl
Thoroughbred Berkshire Tigs, of tba rTUJ"
Crown I'riuoe. Boole and Bambo lamtlks.si i iiinls)
now rtady for use and for salsi
1 Berkshire Boar, 10 Months old, fit. .
1 Berkshire Boar, It months old, fit.
Both of these pigs were awarded the Bilvrr Cap At tbsftafl
ratnento Stale Fair by the Committee on 8 wins.
Prlee of Berkshire Pigs, $20 to tlOO each,
according to number, age and condition, being about aos half
the price charged In tha Kastern Slates for thoroughbred
awlna . . ...
Parlies wishing pigs can leave orders now, as It litters will
some in In July and August next. Address,
myS A. HERBERT, Hawaiian Hotel
NOTICE THIS !
T IIO Itt IN S -
CANDY MANUFACTORY !
Hotel Street, between Nuuanu and forC
All Candies Manufactured
. At his Establishment art warranted to-be
Free from all Poisonous Substances
And art SOLD CHEAPER than Imported
TO MY PATRONS AND THE PUBLIC
THAT I HAVE 8KCURID
A First Class Horse-Shoer !
SECOMTO 0E IX THK CITT, ANO
I am prepared to carry on thia brancU of my business la
a manner sail factory lo my patrons.
' Owners of Horses will save money by giving Bas a eel! at mf
Brick Building, neat tba Custom House.
Jy5 3m J T. CHAVTKR.
HAVING SKCI IlKDTIIR KKKVICE OF
the well known Ul'HOMIT.fclU.lt A UKAPEK. UK. J,
MAUINBLKK, tha only first class t'pbolstrer In the King
dom, (late ol Kan Francisco), I am prepared lo do all kinds of
Etc., la the latest and brut ktjl.
WORK WARRtNTKI). CALL AND 8KB
SOFA BEDS, e.
N. B Mr. M. has selected Una lot ef Upholstering
Goods, Parlor Hulls and lanitea, Chairs. Ac, of the latest
styles, which have Just arrived from 8ao frauclsco. 1 have
also Just received a new lot of
The Latest Styles of Furniture,
PIANO AND TABLE COVERS,
PICTURE CORD, NAILS, fee.
All of which will be for sale cheap. fcT It will pay
yon to call at NO. 34 Fort street, aod examine the gooda
before purchasing elsewhere. c. IC W I LLI A MS.
i ti o sr
BEALE AND HOWARD STS.,
8as Franelsrsr Csjirrla, -
W. II. TAYLOR, Pmlrftnt; JOS. H0ORE, 8pt.
IN ALL ITS KRANCHE8.
ENGINES ANO BOILERS
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Hulls of Wood, Iron or Composite.
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be employed. BjHd, tonnage and draft of water guarao-
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PCMI'S, Direct Acting Pump, lor IrHcait,... ,
Valve Motion, aoperior to any other pumpTTa
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Kegagf powdered sug.rr 51 BOES.
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