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BY E. P. ADAMS.
Mortgagee's Jfotice of Sale !
BT DIRECTION A. J.CARTWRIGIIT.
Ibc t T1rjr-t aaase.! in AMrt&ia IbJmihn a Ww.--.
dated Jalv 19, la; 7, aad by KaaaWwai and Pnweawea. her
aavbaad, to said AUs- J. rrtwri-fct, 1 ai difrcud la Mil at
pahllw auction, ea BATCRIA V. the 6ta da of tyt-iember.
at 14 at ay Caicsrouta la Uoootula. all that certain
piee r parcel f In4 aitaal at ii'oouua.i. Eva, Oaha mo
taiato 1 a:r and 'M chain, and asnre fully described la
Royal Pauot Ha. 3&S, Kale an ll-la ii4 or farther par-
uwarv invri K. p. ADA Auclr.
Cacti, tiowi, Attorney for Mortreg.
Mortgagee's Notice of Sale !
BT DfRECTtO.Vaf A.J. CIRTW RIGHT,
la Martfatw ! is a aw tai a lodantur oi Motif af
data January la, 1ST, ssad by Kealalama and others to
aaia a. j. lartvrtchl. I aai directed lo sell ( pablie aoeuoa
o 8ATX8.DAY, the (ib day of September. 1 479. at IS I ., at
mr aaiearonea la tiaooiala. all laoa two certain piec (u
parceta of laod a.! sale at Wawaa. Ueeia. Kooiaanoko. Oaha
d Swing- th ub aa deaenbed la Royal Patents 3394 a ad
, aoocaioinc respectively 48-100 and 14-100 of aa acre,
'or forts particulars ianair of
E. r. ADAMS. Aoct'r.
CaciL Baows,-Attorney lor Mortgagee.
CQEDIT SALES GDINA GQDDS
Al 10 a. as. al Salesroom,
On Wednesday, Sept. 10th,
8 order of T. A awe, taq .
To Close Consignments, ex Bark Malvina,
A Larf t aaortmeot of
Consisting ia part of
Caaea Peanut Oir, C.ae China Provision, Cm China Lard,
Bird Seats, Cheat of L'ahin A LH K Tea. Nest Camphor
T rank a. Ncata Leather Covered Tranka. Vamtba, Rolle Wbt:e
aad Ca4orad Mattlrf. Pri Moaqailo Nrtilnf. Boxes filk lland
htrcbiafa. aaatd eoluo-, Red ! fear fa. Cloth Jackets. Cloth
Pasta, China Wrapping Paper, Chtata l.-oo aad Olaaswara,
Basket Tea Pota, Laaieros. Japanese Irnry and Lacqoer
Vara. PVtora, Paper and Peath-r Pans, China Vases, Ac
CTTLRMs AT SAL.E.
E. P. A OA MS. Auctioneer.
irmos mEoToii paisiisgs i
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13,
At 13 o'clock. M., a( the 8tor of Mr. Lanninf, I aa
iastractcd te offer the Bne
COLLECTION OF PAINTINGS!
See ea Exhibit ia In the above prraalaea. A rare chance to
ascafe Works of Merit. CaLalofroee may be procured of ti e
BAdsrsla-ned. TERMS CASH,
E. P. ADAMS. Auct'r.
Mortgagees' Notice of Sale I
BT UlKKCTION- UP . C. A 1. 1. EX AND
MARK P. ROBINSON, doiof business under the Una
nsrae of A Ilea at Ruhinaon, the tonraeeea' namrft in a crr
taia ladeatare of Bonr dated 13th febtaary 177. made
by J. Kaal lo said Allen as Robinson, of record in Liber 44 oo
paes til. 2"). and 29. I am directed to aril at Public
A actio oa Maturday the 13 day of eplember 179 at 12 M,
at my BaJearonea la Honolulu, that erriaio piece or parcel of
land stioats at KooUa. Island of Kaaal, beins; I be lotrreat of
E. Hslekanihi as coaveyed lo said J.Kaai,by deed of record
la Liaer d ea' par's S07 and V. AUm all the r f hi title and
lateral at toe said J. Kaal of lo aod to the certaio piece of
land sltasia at Makapala Kohala, Hawaii, and more parti
cularly described la Royal Patent 427 , K alcana llclu 8-V3
loaned lo Rime, father of said J. Kaai.
For rorther partiralar apply lo
E. I. AOlMI, Aart'r.
Or CECIL BROWS, Attorney I Uoitftc. aol
Pacific Iron Works,
AS f RASCI3CO. M ANCf ACTCRIR3 OF
Sugar Mills, Engines, Boilers,
A ! D
EVERT DESCRIPTION OF IRON WORK
Connection tcilh Hwjar Plants.
Fr Price as! Ttrau, ipplj t
E. P. ADAMS,
Aeeot fir th.tlasraiiaa lalanda.
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS
PARTIES IN HONOLULU,
or other parts oAhe Islands,
DESIRING FURNITURE !
CAN HATE THEIR
Orders Filled at Lowest Rates
By sppltcatioa to Mr. C P. ADA M S, Qoeen Street,
wba has ear Descrtptire Cataloeae with Price.
O 1ST HflL 1ST D !
- It Stare f lm J". OOPP, Klig St.,
Black Walnut Bedroom Sets !
Black Waloat 8lebrda,
Black Wa'.ont Diniof Chairs.
Osk Csoe teat Diolne Chairs,
Ptae Boreaaa. axe, . . Ac.
E. P. -ADAMS, Agent forHaw'n is.
WHITNEY & ROBERTSON
Just Received from New York,
. An Assortment of
BpwU nre, BUI Illes,
Taper WelgaK, Pe BtV,
Which Will bo Sold at Fair Prices
aaH Pleat Call mm Eaaatslaic
' AT KALIHI Caiickesi Raaels.
,V Taoroagbbred Berkshire rigs, of tae
t La Crow Prince. Boblee aod Sambo laaiilirs,
aww read, tor aee and far aale t
1 Berkshire Bear, 10 Heaths Id, $12.
: Berkshire Bear, 12 oataj eld, $12.
Both af these pigs were awarded the Silver Cap at the Sac
raaseata State Fair by Cotnasutee oo tiwloe.
PrUe ef Berkshire Pics 20 $100 eath,
mailing to aasaber. age asd eoaditioo. being about one half j
lae price charged la the busier a S'aies lor thoroughbrel t
parties wiahiag pigs can brave orders bow, as IS litters will
cease In ia Jalv and Ausjusl next. Address.
tjt A. HERBkRT. Hawaiian Hotel.
Ne Plus Ultra Spring Bed
A JL 1 TZ H C H I I T I J M
nonsBHOLiF fubnituhb jj
ONLY FIFTEEN DOLLARS
So Cheap that all can have it, and yet
THE BEST IN THE MARKET
a-v Trv one. and If Dot eatisfactorr, money will be refund
d OaexaioUiowAOdtocealeby DILLINGHAM eV CO.
Bnl or of tte csanalacUrer, B. T. fABBAB.
BY C, S. BARTOW.
AUCTION SALE OF STORES, &c
EX B IVEXSCRAIC,
THIS DAY, SATURDAY, SEPT. 6.
At 10 a. a , oo b- arj Rrnv!ra:r.
IRON TANKS, 400 GALLS. EACH
2 forf Bala, H'.c, Ctf", otrar, Yio'-f tr, Ec-0.
Lard. Oatm.al, Port Mine, Lioe Jair-, P.arlaT.
Iamard Bread, Empty LrraJ Casks, Louiber, Ac.
XT TERMS AT BALK.
C. d. BARTOW, Aacl'r.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8th,
At the Cott oo Beretanla ?t., recently the resUlenca cf
J. M. DAVIDSON, Esquire,
At 10 o'clock A. St., will be sold
All of which, having been carefully used. Is lo good
order, cwnpraiLj part y
IVInliog-any Book Case,
China Chairs, ge;t-e. Sideboard, Round Table, Tabks,
Ca.e Chairs, Wsrdrobe, P.ockicg Chairs. Bureau,
brassier, Table, W air, at Brd.trad. JIoquilo liar,
cpriag Hair 51altreases, Linm chwts and Pilloar Cases,
Mirrors, Pesther Pillows, Corntnode. Vises, Meat Ssfe,
Patenl Broiler, Glass and Ciockery Ware, Table Cloths,
Tete-a-tete et of Bohemian Wire, Napkins, Castors,
Table Mats, Ac, Ac , Ac.
C. 8. BARTOW. Auct'r.
ON THURSDAY, SEPT. iith,
At 10 o'clock, A. M-, will be sold
CI o tiling
And General Merchandise
Also, an inv'iice of new and handsome
Iron Furii i ture.
Consisting ol R.und T.bks. Square Tables,
Medium Tables, frmall Tables,
The above is a new style of furniture, just received ex
C. B. HAKTUW. AUCI r.
R. P. BICKERTO.V, Attorney fjr p. button. Mortgagee. scfl
Mortgagee's Sale of Real Estate in
OX SATCROAT. SEPT. 13lb. IS IU
suancs of a power of sale container In a certain mortrage
deed dated January I Jth. 157. maile between Victoria Tell
and VYm. Tell, her husband, of the one part, and Peter balton
of the other. ai recorded in Liber 63. lulios 2M. 257 and 254.
I am instructed to aell at public auction, at my salesroom, O.N
8 ATL KOA V, oVptember 13th, at 12 M ., all Ib'jse premiaea aaV
Oated oo King ntreet. Honolulu, nppoaite the Elation tinuae,
and anjoinine the premises of Capt. Meek, together with all
the buildings and improvements thereoo.
C. 8. BARTOW, Aoct'r.
Mortgagees Notice of Sale I
ON N tTI HD.tr, SKIT. 13lb. I 870, -mdrr
and by virtue of a power of rale contained in a certain
sa-rtrage. made by LilU () and Kekabona k) her buabard.
lo Catherine htewart. dated 1 lib day f Pebrnarv. I s"6, and
of record ia Liber 44, on pages 371. 37 i. 373 and 371. and f r
a breach of the conditions in sai l m rtgige contained, I am
directed by said C'a:her n Stewart, lo aeil at Public Aurtion,
or. the above mentiooen day, in pursuance of raid power ol
le. at my itales Room, lo the City uf Honolulu, at 12 M. of
that day, all ami sinsoUr the lande tenements and heredita
ment, and all Ibe rixht. title, rstate and intere-l l the said
MortgiKors, in land deaenbed In Royal Patent, lo. 30JJ. to
I Mi j deceased, and mriilu-ned and described In aakl mnrt
t ate. the same being all situated at Mokuea. Kalihi, Island of
Oahu.and more particularly described aa fnllows:
tt bnomaka ana ma ka pobaku nui, ma ke kltu o aina o
Kanakaikana. e pill ana me ka aiua o ke Konohiki, a e bolo
ana Akau 37 3 . Kom 11 kaul, e pii ana ma ke awawa. e komo
ana ka laau ai m! a hiki i ka puka laau. ma ke poo o ke -
pili iluna. alalia, Meroa 87 , Kom aO-IUO kaul. e iho
ana 1 ksi ma ka hull hema o ka la pa a hil! i ka ponuba laau
kiekie. alalia. Hema si 3 , Kom 3 70-100 kaul, a hiki i ka
palena e moku ai keia mahele a me ko Iloomanawanui ma
bele. ola hoi ke tihi Akau o ko !!oomanavanul mahele.
alalia. Hema M'. ilikina 7 60-100 kaul. e iho an malalo ma
ke kabawai o Kaohi I ke kae pan. alalia. Ilerna 1 . Ilikina
3 ftO-100 kaal. e bele ana ma ke kahawai o Kaobe a hiki I ke
kahawai o Kamanaiki, alaila, bolo ma ke kahawai o Kama
naikl a hiki I kahi i boomaka al. a maloko o ia ai.aoa aina, he
amikomamalima m eka a oi iki ako a emi iki tnai pa hi.
And alao, ad the right, title, estate and Interest of the said
Mortragora on al I t the makai half of the said tract of land,
described in aaid Hoyal Patenl as sforeaiJ.
For further particulars enquire ol
C. 8. BUTOW, Auct'r.
Or R. T. BICKf RTON, Attorney of Mortgagee.
Dated Honolulu, August 23, 1S7. u23
BV VIKTl'K OF A WRIT OF EXECUTION
issued from the Supreme Court of the Hawaiian I .lands,
dated July 2Stb. 1879, in favor of Robert Lithtuan against
lienry Cites, 1 have levied u,un aod taken into my poesesMoo
the following personal properly nl said llrury Oiles, and shall
expose the ssme for sale at Public Auction at C.S Bartow's
Auction Room, on
Monday, the 15th Day of Sept.,
1S79, at 11 o'clock a. a i
1 Sorrel Mare Nellie, a carriage horse; 1 Oray florae,
1 Black I'ony Sultan, 1 Blara Pony Charley,
I Black Horse, 1 Iron Gray Mare. 1 By r illy.
4 Bamboo Chairs. 1 Lounge, 1 Bureau. 1 Trlescone,
Lot of Coral rhelia, 2 Clothes-Baskets. 1 China Toilet Set,
1 Burkskia Coat, 3 Flower Stands. 1 Kitchen Table,
1 Kitchen rttove Pix'urea, 1 Meat Safe, 1 Open Wagon,
1 Phaetoo. 4 Bamboo Stools. 1 Magpie Care. 2 Brooms,
1 Garden Settee, 1 Shell Monument. 1 log House,
2 Prat her trusters, 1 Fancy Caleb All, 1 Large Basket,
1 Fancy Hanging Baaket. 1 riah Olobe At Bl.nd,
1 Fancy Ink stand. 4 Iron Brackets. 1 Fancy Card Case,
1 Fancy (tmotiDg Staod, 1 View of Honolulu, 2 Albums,
2 Oil Lamps. Lot ol tiardm Tools. 2 Horse Brushes,
1 Framed Resolution of Chamber of Commerce,
1 Large Map of Sandwich Ialai.d.4, 1 Ulaaa Decanter,
2 Straight r.dgea for lirawu g. 1 Fancy Pillow fnr Lounge,
1 Fool Stool, I Pitcher A Baain. 1 Tiunk of Cundrie?,
1 Bread Box. 1 Lot of Hooks. 1 Fancy Cup Ac saucer,
3 Fancy Brackets. IS Platter Dishes. 32 1'inner Jlatea,
it Soup Plate, U3 Common Plates. 6 Covered D.aliea,
23 Hrcsala.l Plates, 23 supper Plates. 0 Tea PI ties,
11 Egg Cups. 2 Fancy Halt Cellars, 2 Knife Rrats.
2 Tea-p-4 Stands. 1 Cork-acrcW, 4 Oval Dihes, 12 Cut,
1 sncy Pickle Stand. 1 .'n;r Bowl, 14 Maucers,
2 Cra.ey li-bt-s, 1 Uravey Pitcher, It Tunibl-rs.
1 Sack of Oat MeaL 1 Ijirre Cabi, et, 1 Small Cabinet.
1 Curio Cae, ft Pictures. 1 Black Walnut Dining Tanle,
1 Chandelier, 2 Kogs, 1 Fancy Clock, 1 Book Case.
1 Fancy W riting Dnk, 1 Fancy Cigar Stand. 4 toxskin,
1 Lot Knives, rorks A Suo-ma. 3 italvan srd Buckets,
1 S.ddie Ai Bridle. 1 Fancy t'arri.ire Hug. 1 Blk do Rug.
W. C PARKK. Mar.h.1,
Ter DAMP OA V TON, Orputy Marshal.
Dated at Honolulu, Aug 14lb, 1879. augld
Alo, after the above sale, will be so'd, the
Carriage Horse Palani !
Kind and Gentle in every way; is a Snt c!aas family horse.
and waa formerly oncd by M. Ballieu. French Comuiiasioner.
Is also a Gid SadJle llor-e, and M for no fault. Also, a
Nice Single Bucgy, with Standing Top.
C. 8. BARTOW, Auct'r.
Oilers for Ssilr
THE CARGO NOW L1DII
The Fine Iron Clipper Ship Gleniffer
A FULL ASSORTH'T OF ENGLISH PLAIN
FAJitV GOODS, fOTTOS, MOILEK,
Blood Wolfe & Co.'s Ale and Porter,
Wines and Spirits,
Iron of All Kind:,'
Roofing, T Rails,
Clarifiers, Etc., Etc.
THEO. EE. DAVIES.
VOS. FROM I TO lO. COTTO SAIL.
1 TWIS K, , 4, 7 aod s-ply, ex Murray this day.
te BOLLtS k CO.
For San Francisco,
The 1 American Barkentine
Will Have Guick Dispatch for Above Port
For freight or paa;e, apply to
sr H. H ACKFELP A Co.. Ag-o'.s.
FOIt SAX FKAIVCISCO
, w The Fine American Clipper Chip
! rrn -m at. V aO afB eTB Tk W "V .
wr W mm 'V V ww a .m m
Will have Dispatch for the Above Port,
For Freight or passage, apply to
O. W. MACFABXA5E It CO., Agents.
X. B. Freight taken at reduced rates. an83
THE HAWAIIAN BRIO
Well Found Ready for Sea.
,U23 Apply to H. H ACKFELP A Co.
For lo.ii Francisco,
THE FINE AMERICAN TERN
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Port.
For freight or passage, having superior accommodations,
apply to (anlflj M M. G. 1HW1N A CO., Agents.
STEAMSHIP COMPANY !
FOR SA1V FKAIVCISCO.
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
Will leave Honolulu for San Francisco on
or about Monday, Sept. 29th.
For Sydney, via Auckland !
THE SPI,KM)ID STEAMSHIP
ON OR ABOUT MONDAY, SEPT. 8th,
11. UACKFELD A CO., Agents.
Gssda for Shipssaent per Steamer cast ataw
be- Stoird. Free mf Ckargr, its Iho Fire-praal
Warrh.u.r near lhe Mew me r Wharf. Jal 79
TIME-TABLE OF THE
STEAMER ' LIKELIKE,'
s : MASTER.
TiiMulav 8ent 0. & n m
Circuit of Hawaii
Circuit of Hawaii
Tnulav Hent IH. ft D m.
Tuesday, Sept 23. 6 p m
Tuesday, Sept ou, op m
No Credit for Passage Money !
We positively decline to open accounts for Passages, and we
particularly call the attention of the traveling publie to the
neeeaeltv of bavins: BaKnace and Freight plainly market i the
Steamer will not l-e responsible for any unmarked bsggage or
for any Freight or Parcels unless Receipted for.
FREIGHT MONK I' DUE OX DEMAND:
In all cases of Freivhl for parties not lesponslble or un
known, the Freight Money will be required in advance.
PACKAGES OF LIQUORS AND WINES
MIST BE PL.AINL.V MARKED
For the iMrty whom they are for, or plainly stated in the re
ceipt to whom they are consigned.
All demands for Damage or loes, must oe maue wiimu one
In no way liable for loss or acciilem (o live stock.
tt Hack Drivers. Boys, and such like, will not be allowed
on board the Steamer upou arrival, until after the passengers
have heen lauded. -
g. C. ALLBS.
sr. P. aoBiasoa.
ALLEN & KOBINSON,
A T KOBI0.'S WHARF. DEALERS IN
. llMKrKan.l all kinds of t:i LIMNO HATKRIAU
Paicts,Oils, Nails, Ac., Ac.
agists roa scaooacsA
II A LEAK A LA.
del) Honolulu, Hawslian Islands. (lj
l. FliA jSTK COOKE,
AGEXT OF THE FOLLOWINQ COASTERS :
FLAG. Ked with White Ball. OFFICE. Corner of
j18 79 Knuann and Queen Streets.
T. E. FOSTER k Co.,
GENTS FtlR SCHOONERS
Mary E. Foster, v
And the Water Boat.
se30 ly Office on the Esplanade, Honolulu.
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
C. II R E V E R Ai. CO.. AGENTS.
'voralle arraogements can always be made for
Storage and Shipment of Oil, Bone. Wool. Hides
and other Merchandise to New Bedford. Boston. New York and
other Kastern Porta. X3T Cash Advances msite.
Ji2 79 U. BKlWEK tu.
R E C V L A R
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO
Si. C. BREWER X. CO.. AGENTS.
Merchandise received PTORAGK FREE and
liberal cash advances made on shipments by this
ja'J 79 C. BREWER A CO.
rfMIK I'M.KRSIGXED IS NOW PRE.
1 PARKD to fill Orders for dingle Specimens or Complete
Setts of Hawaiian Ferns, unmounted, on short notice.
Price 10 Cent Earh, or $10.00 for the Sett ef 115.
The Specimens are beautifully preserved, retaining their nat
ural green, aud most of the varieties have a portion of the root.
Urdrra lor Moiling Mstl larlsse Psilagr.
mhl THOU. O. TURCM.
TO BE HAD AT
THOS. G. THRUM'S FORT ST. STORE,
Some of which are Rare and eat of Print.
A Jsarnrr Kissd I he Warld, by ir Geo. Simpson,
Psltae.ina Rrwsrflir.. by Rev. W. Kills. 4 vols, in
2. and 1 set only remaining of the 4 vols, separate.
A Tsar mf Hawaii, by Kev. W. Ellis, 1 vol. Original
edition of 1825.
K in mm. a romance of the Sandwich Island, by J. J. Jarvut.
Tar lalaad Warld sfibr Pacific, by Rev. H. T,
Jarti.' Iliaioryaf I he Hawsiiau Islaada re-
Oar Journey ia the Pacific, by S. Eardley-WUinot,
H. B.M S Zealous.
Xsrlhrra C'n lit.rnln, Orrgsa aad the Ssad.
vvirh lalaada. by Cbas. Nordhoff.
Ilawaliaa A rehipelajja. by Miss Bird.
A raaad lh. Warld ia the Vacht Saabeam, by
Through aad Tkrsngh I be Trapica. by Frank
C.ek' Vsrsgr Raaad the Warld in 1 vol.
Sc sills lite llawaiias lalaada, by Mary C. An
derson. San I h Sea Idyla. by Chas. W. Stoddard.
The Pslraniaa Race, vol I. by A. Fornacder.
Aailrrwi' Ilawaliaa Pieiiaaattrr.
Hi.bop'a " Pbraae Bssk.
Hilary's Gaidr Bssk.
llawaiias Aaaaal aad Almaaarafor 1375,76.
77, 7S and 79,
Togetkrr icitk many other Inter ttting and Valuable Book
BLANK BOOKS, &c,
And a Fine Block of
Windsor &. Xewten's Oil Colors, Palettes, Brashes,
Jjl9 Cups, if., e, aj3 79
Ct PRKMEt Ol RT OF THE HAWAIIAN
3 UUM ?, in Probate. Island of Jnba. Hawaiian Islands,
at. la the matter ol the EaTATE OF JOEpil P. COOKE, ef
Honolulu. Oahu. deceased. OrArr appoibbng lime r probate
of wi:l and directinr pubrlcatioo of oeoce of the same.
A document purpvrtjr.g to be the last Will and Testament
of JO.4c.PII P. COOKK. deceased, haviaa; oa the 4-h
day of repttmber. A. I. 1S79, been presented lo said Probate
Court, and a petition fcr the probate Ibereol, and for the issi-
ance or Letters Testamentary to uamiim b. iwm
vtiiow of said deceased, haviug been Sled by said Harriet E
It is hereby ordered, that TCEiDW. the 23rd day of
Sept A. V. 179. al 10 o clock. UM day, at toe lourt
Room ol aaid Court, al Hooolulu. m the I. laod of Oahu. be
and the aame ia hereby appointed the time for proving aaid
will and bearing aaid application, when aad where any person
intemted may appear and contest the said will, and the
srantinr of letters testamentary.
It ia further ordered, that notice thereof be riven by pebU
catioo, for three lucre aire wreks. lo the Pacific Commercial
AOVeruser. a newspaper prtuiea ana puuiiaoeu in uoooimu.
Aod it is further ordered, that citations be Issued to the sub-
ecrlMng witnesses to aad V ill, and to the heirs of the testator
ta this Kingdom, to appear and contest the probate of
said V ill, at the lime appointed.
Dated Honolulu, H. 1-. September 4 h. 1379.
A. FRANCIS JCDD,
Attest: Justice of the Supreme Court.
A. R03A, Deputy Clerk Snreme Court. eed 3t
Dl'PRKME COURT OF TH E H A W A 1 1 A N
a? ISLANDS, in Probate. In the matter of the EsTATE
OF ROSALIE COFFIN GILL1 LAND, late of Honolulu, de
ceased, al Chambers, before Air. Justice A. W. Judd.
On readier and 61li g the petition and accounts of
EMANUiL e. CL'NHA, Admintstratorof the Estate of Rosalie
Coffin Giliilsnd, late ol Honolulu, deceased, wherein be asks
to be allowed $ J31 45, aud charges himself with (2604.61, and
asks that the same may be examined and approved, and thai a
final order may be made of distribution ol the property re
maining- in his hands to the persons thereto entitled, and di
charging him and bis sureties from all further responsibility sa
It is ordered, that TUESDAY, the 7th day of October, A. D.
1879. at 10 o'clock. A. M. before the aaid Justice, at Chambers,
lo the Court House, at Honolulu, be and the aame 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 tbey cave, why the aame should
Dot be granied, aod may present evidence as to who are enti
tled to the said property.
And thai this order, in the English and Hawaiian lanruarea,
be published in the Pacific Commercial Advertiser and Kuokoa
newspapers printed and published in Honolulu, for three suc
cessive weeks previous to the lime tnerein appointed lor saiu
Dated At Hooolulu, H. I , this 3d day of Sept., A. D. 1879.
A. FRANCIS JL'Dl.
Attest: Justice of the Supreme Court.
A. ROSA, Deputy Clerk. sefl 3t
SUPREME COURT OF THE HAWAIIAN
S7 lalanda. In Probate, lalaod of Oahu, Hawaiian Islands, sa.
In the matter of the WILL Or WILLIAM J RAW
LINS, deceased. Order appointing time for probate of Will
aod directing publication of notice ol the same.
A Document, purporting te be the last will and teetament
of WILLIAM J. RAWLINS, deceased, having oo the 4th
day of September. A. D. 1879, been presented to said Probate
Court, and a petition for the probate thereof, and ibr the
issuance of Letters Testamentary to Alexander Mackintosh
an W. B. Barnes, hsving been Died by them.
It is hereby ord-red, that Wfc.DNr.8DAY, the 24th day of
Sept . A 1 1879. al 10 o'clock. A. M , or said day, at the
Court Room of said Court, at Aliiolani Hale, in Honolulu, be,
and the aame ia hereby appoi ited the time for proving said
will and hearing aaid application, when and where any person
Interested miy appear and contest toe said win, and me
granting ol Letters Testamentary.
It la further ordered, that notice thereof be given by publi
cation, fur three successive weeks, in the English and Hawai
ian languages, in the Pacific Commercial Advertiser and
Kuokoa newspapers printed and published in Honolulu.
And it is fur her ordered, that citations be issued to the
subscribing witnesses to said will, and to the heirs of the test
s' or, to appear and contest the probate of said will, at the
Dated Honolulu, H. I., Sept. 4th, A. D. 1879.
For lavyrknck mcCULly,
Justice of the Supreme Court.
By A. FRANCId JL'DD,
Attest: Justice of the Supreme Court.
A. ROSA, Deputy Clerk. eeo 3t
SUPREME COURT OFT HE HAWAIIAN
Islands. In Bankruptcy. In the matter of EDWARD
STR EIIZ, a voluntary bankrupt.
EDWARD STR KHZ. having been this day adjudicated a
bankrupt at a bearing before Mr. Justice Judd. it was ordered
that notice be given to the creditors of said Edward Strehi to
present their claims and prove their debts; and mat due puo-
lication be made thereof for three successive weeks in the Paci
fic Commercial Advertiser.
Notice ia hereby eiven that TUESDAY.- the 16th day of
September, a. D 1879. at 10 o'clock A. M., at the Court Room
at Aliiolani Hale, Honolulu, be the time and place fur all such
creditors to appear and present aaid claims.
By order or the Court: A. KOSA, Deputy Clerk.
Honolulu, August 26th, 1S79. au30 3t
SUPREME COURT OF THE HAWAIIAN
Islands, in Probate. In the matter of the Estate of OKU.
C. Mcl.EAN, late of Honolulu, deceased. At Chambers before
Mr. Justice McCully. On reading and filing the petition and
accounts of Mary A. McLean and Wm. O. Irwin, Executrix
and Executor of the n ill or Ueo. u. McLean, late or Honolulu
deceased, wherein they ask to be allowed $21,833 75, and
charges himself wiih $21,833.75, and asks thai the same may
be examined and approved, ana mat a nnai oruer may oe
mJe ot diftridution of the proper y remaining in his hands
to the persona thereto entitled, and discharging him and his
sureties from all further responsibility aa such.
It Is ordered, that nednecday, the 24th day ol September,
A. D. 1879. at 11 oclocte a. m.. before the aaid 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 aDy tbey have, why
the same should not be granted, and may present evidence as
to who are entitled lo the Slid property. And that this order
in the English language, be published in the Pacific Com
mercial Advertiser" newspsper, printed. and published in
Honolulu, for three successive weeks previous to the tinie
therein appointed for said hearing.
Dated at Honolulu. JJ. 1-, this 19th day or August, A.
D. 1879. LAWRENCE McCCLLY,
Attest: Justice of the Supreme Court.
A. ROSA, Deputy Clerk cf the Supreme Court. au23 3t
IN THE SUPHEVII! counTjunTHfi hs
waiian Kingdom. Kalakaua. by the grace of God, of the
Hawaiian Islands, King: To William O. Parke, Esquire.
Mxrshal of the Kingdom, or his Deputy Greeting:
You are hereby commanded to summon ahia(), or Jlo
lualoa. North Kona, Inland of Hawaii, defendant, in case he
shall file written answer within twenty days after service
hereof lo be and appear before the Supreme Court at the July
Term thereof to be holden at the Court Room, of the Court
7uuse, Honolulu, in the Island of Oahu, on MONDAY, the 7lh
day of July next, at 10 o'clock, a. ni , lo 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 wr t. with 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.
deal of the Supreme Court.) Signed, A. ROSA,
A copy of the within summons and petition annexed were
left at the house of one Kaohimaunu, by Officer Kamauoha;
that being the last known place of abode of the within men
tioned A liia. He being suspected of being a leper and having
hid away in the woods ol Kona, could not be found up to date
of this return, June 21st, 1879.
Signed, DAVID DAYTOiV. Deputy Marshal.
Honolulu, Oahu. sa. I hereby certify that the within and
foregoing ia a true and faithful copy of the original summons
(and Deputy Marshal's return thereto) issued in the libel for
divorce, Slikala (w) vs. Ahia (k.), and that the case was order
ed by the Court to be continued lo the next October tirm,
when the respondent is required loaaswer. As witness my
hand this 28lh day of July, A. D 1879.
au2 6t JNO. E BARNARD, Clerk Supreme Court.
IN THESUPKEM 10 COURT OF THE HA.
waiian Kingdom. Kalakaua, by the grace ol God, of the
liswaiian Islands, Kiog To William C. Parke, Esquire, Mar
shal of the Kingdom, or his Deputy Greeting:
You are hereby commanded to summon LL I KEKCA,(k)of
Uilo, or Puna. Hawaii, defendant, in case he shall file written
answer within twenty days after service hereof lo 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, ia
the Island of Oahu, ON MoN DA Y. the 7th day of April next,
al 10 o'clock, a. in., te show cause why thecsaim of Kauwe (w)
plaintiff, should not be awarded her, pursuant to the tenor of
her 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 of Jan. a. d. 1879.
(Seal of the Supreme Court.)
Signed, A. ROSA, Deputy Clerk.
The within mentioned summons and petition not served, dil
igent search having been mde through Uilo, Kau and Puna,
but failed to find him; and his whereabouts is still unknown.
Signed, W C. PARK K, Marshal.
Honolulu, Oahu, ss. I hereby certify that the within and
furegi ing is a true and faitblul copy of the original summons,
and Marshal's return thereto, issued in the libel for divorce,
Kauwe (w) va Lui Kekua. (k.), and that the case 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 28lh day ot July, a. D, 1879.
au2 6t JNO. E. BARNARD.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE IIA
waiian Kingdom. Kalakaua, hy the grace of God, of the
Hawaiiao Islands, King: To W illiam C Parke, Esquire, Mar
shal of the Kingdum, or his Deputy Greeting:
You are hereby commanded to summon WM II. JOHNSON,
residing in Caliiornia, or other parts of the United States of
America, defendant, in case be tbalt 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 or July next, at 10 a. m ,
to ah iw cause why the claim of Akaneki, (w) plaintiff, should
not be awards her, pursuant to the tenor oi her annexed pe
tition. And have you then I he re this W nt, with full return of
jour proceedings thereon.
W itness. Hon. Charles C. Harris. Chief Justice of our Su
preme Court, at Honolulu, this 16th day of June, A. D. 1879.
(Seal of the Supreme Court ) Signed,
A. KU8A, Deputy Clerk.
The foregoing summons and petition not served, as the with
in mentioned person is beyond ihis jurisdiction.
Signed, UWID D HON, 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 th reto. issued in the libel fer di
vorce, Akaneki (w) vs. Wm. II. Johnson, and that the case
was ordered l y the Court to be continued to the next October
term, when the respondent is required lo answer.
As witness my hand this -8ih day of July. a. D. 1879.
au2 61 JNu. E. BARNARD. Clerk Supreme Court.
Notice to Creditors.
VOT1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the
Lw undersigned baa been appointed Executor of the 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 hit office on
Kaahumanu Street, in Honolulu, within six months from the
date hereof or Ihey will be f.rerer tarred, aod all people In
debteii to said estate are hereby notified to make immediate
payment thereof. ALrX. J. CAKTWRIGHT,
fcxecutor of the Last Will and Testament of Akona, deceased
. Dated al Honolulu, April 22, 1879. ap25
WATER PIPE, STEM PIPE,
E BEG TO INFORM OUR CUSTOMERS
and others, that we hare on hand and
For Sale at Reasonable Prices,
A Large Assortment of the BEST American
GALT. WEI1 PIPE i.D FITTLVGS,
from i inch up to 3 inches in diameter. ALSO,
EX. STRONG LAP-WELDED STEAM PIPE,
from l Inch up to 7 inches in diameter.
Cas Pipe, nil sizes. A Liberal Dlseoint will l
Allowed U the Trade.
j;2flaa HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
Sealed tenders will be received at the Interior Office
nntil Thursday, Sept. 11, at 12 noon, for furnishing all
building materials the government may desire to pur
chase in Honolulu for one year from Sel t. 13, 179. All
particulars can be obtained at the Interior Ofice.
Sam l. G. Wildes. MiniMer of the Interior.
Honolulu, Sept. 6. 1S79. se It
APPLICATIONS for the purchase of Governm ent
Lota, on the Kulaokahua Plains, will be received at the
Parties desiring to purchase must atata the number of
the Lot, and the price they vffar tor the same. Appli
cants mast state that they desire to purchase with the
intention of Improving the same ; the Oorernmest de
cline to sell to parties desiring to hold for as advance.
Should the price offered be satisfactory, the Lots will
be pot np at auction, after a reasonable advertisement of
TERMS OF S.VLE. One fourth cash. One fourth in
one year. One fourth in two years. Onef ourth in threw
years with 9 per cent interest per annum payable semi
annually and a mortgage upon the land.
Map of the said lots can be seen at the Interior OA
and all information given.
Sam!. O. WtLDia
ao23 Minister of the Inerior.
Be rr isows to all whom it may concern, that official
notice having this day been communicated to this De
partment by Monsieur Eugene Deloz. Consul and Com
missioner of France, that His Excellency the President
of the Republic of France has commissioned Monsieur
Jules Ratard, successor to Monsieur Charles Pernet, as
Chancellor du Consulat and Commissariat de France, for
the Hawaiian Kingdom. Therefore the eald Jules
Ratard ia hereby acknowledged as Chancellor aforesaid,
and all his official acts aa such are ordered to receive full
faith and credit by the authorities of this Government.
Given under my hand and the Seal of the Hawaiian
Kingdom this 18th day of August, 1879.
JNO. M. KAPENA.
Minister of Foreign Affaire.
Department of Foreign Affairs, Aug. 18, 1879. au23 3t
Tenders for bricklaying on this work are invited.
Plans and specifications can be seen, and all particulars
ascertained, at the office of Mr. Stirling, corner of Kaahu
manu and Queen streets. Sealed tenders, marked
"Tendars for Brickwork," will be received at the In
terior Office till Monday, the) 15th proximo, at 12 U.,
when the tenders will be opened by the Minister of the
Interior, In the presence of the Architect and Superin
tendent of the work. 8AM X G. WILDER,
au23 ' Minister ef tfce Interior.
Clerk's Office, Supreme Court.
August 22nd. 1879.
JAMES M. MOXSARRAT, Esquire, has this day been
admitted as u practitioner at the Bar of the Supreme
Court of the Hawaiian Islands.
By order of the Court. A. Rosa,
Aug. 23 3t Deputy Clerk.
Sale of Government Land.
ON TUESDAY, September 10th, 1879, at 12 o'clock noon,
will be sold at Public Auction at the front entrance of Alilo-
lani Hale, a piece of govermnennt land, situated in Kani
ahiku, Puna. Hawaii, and containing 7 C5-100 acres
Upset price tlO per acre. TERMS CASH.
Sam'l. G. Wilder,
Aug. ICth. Minister of the Interior.
Sale of Government Land.
OX TUESDAY. September ICth, 1879. at 12 o'clock
noon, will be sold at Public Auction, at the front entrance
of Aliiolani Hale, the tract of Land situated in Kaniahiku
ma ke Aa Pele, Puna, Hawaii, and containing 53 73-100
acres. Upset price $1 per acre. TERMS 'CASH. .
Sam'l. G. Wilder, Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, Aug. 15th, 1879. Aug 16 6t.
Leases of Government Lands.
On Monday, September 8th, 1879, at 12 o'clock noon,
be sold at ' Public Auction, at the front entrance or
Aliiolani Hale, the following Leases:
1st The Lease for ten years of Lot Xo. 1, known as A'u,
in Honokaa, Hauiakua, Hawaii. Bounded, makai by the
sea, mauka by Mahlis land, east by the Xakuwala Grant,
and west by the Kauhaiulei Grant. Area 103 acres.
Upset price $2 per acre per annum.
Terms of payment, quarterly in advance at this office.
2nd The Lease for ten years of Lot No. 2, situated in
Lauka and Kulihal, in Honokaa, Hamakua, Hawaii..
Bounded, makai by the Kuehu Grant, mauka by the Wal
ahole Grant and Inaina award, east by the Nienie Gulch,
and west by the various lots in Kulihal and Koloana.
Area, 132 8-10 acres. Upset price $2 per acre per annum.
Terms of payment, quarterly in advance t this office.
Maps of the above may be seen at this office and the
Honokaa Post Office.
The above Sale is Postponed to MONDAY. Sept 8, "79
SAUX G. WILDER,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, 2Cth July, 1879. jy 26
Sale of Government Lands.
On Monday, September 8th, 1879, at 12 o'clock noon will
will be sold at Public Auction, at the front entrance of
Aliiolani Hale, the following tracts of land in Honokaa,
1st.- -Koloaha Lot No. 1. Bounded, makai by Huaka's
land and the Makai road, mauka by the Kaihumoku
Grant, ea&t by the Keliikinolua Grant, and west by
Kaiwi's land. Area, 1 8-10 acres. Upset price $5 per
2nd. Koloaha Lot No. Bounded, makai by the Kai
humoku Grant, mauka by the Government road and
Ksi as kuleana, east by Government land in Kulihai and
west by Nahakuclua Grant. Area, 35 8-10 acres. Upset
price $10 per acre.
Terms Cash at time of sale.
Maps of tbe abc re may be seen at this office and the
Honokaa Post Office.
wT The above Sale Is Postponed to MONDAY, Sept 8, '79
SAM'L G. WILDER.
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, 26th July, 1879. jy 26
Col. W. F. Allen is appointed Acting Governor of the
Island of Oahu during my absence.
JOHN U. VOHINIS.
July 15th, 1879
list of Licenses Expiring in Sept., 1879
Notice is hereby Riven that all Licenses must be ap
plied for direct to the Interior Office, and all parties are
cautioned about failing to renew expiring Licenses, and
all Sheriffs and Deputy Shenas nave instructions to pro
secute without discretion, any and all parties doing
business without the proper License.
HAM la U. H1LUEK,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, April 30, 1879.
OAHU 1 R Love & Bros, Nuuanu street Honolulu
2 Apeo & Paulo, " " "
2 E C McCandlesB, " "
SHE Mclntyre 4 Bros, cor Fort & King sta
7 Kun Sai & A num. Nuuanu st Honolulu
7 On Chong, '
7 Fook Chung, Hotel street "
7FC Acnong, cor Nuuanu & King "
9 P Mclnemy Fort street "
9 M S Grinbaum A Co, Queen st "
9 Loo Ngawk k Co, Waianae,
10 G C McLean, Nuuanu st "
12 Ahi. ' "
14 Aswan, ' "
14 Anin Ac Co, Hotel st "
16 Wun Ong, cor King A Punchbowl st llono
17 F C Achong, Nuuanu street Honolulu
17 Max Eckart, Fort
17 H J Nolle, " "
lfl Henry Bird, cor Punchbowl & Beret aula st
19 Kung iVing Lung A Co Hotel st onolulo
19 T Asee, Nuuanu street, "
21 Ah Zu. Katiuiakaplli, "
25 Wing Wo Tai & Co, Nuuanu st "
29 Ah Fan, Puheemiki, Koolauloa
MAUI 9 Chun Kau, Haiku, Hamakualoa
10 A S Cleghorn & Co, Lahaina
10 A S Cleijhorn k Co, Wailuku
10 A 8 Clechorn & Co, Waihee
15 Man Chuck & Goo Gin, Haiku, Haiuaknaloa
18 F C AchonR,
HAWAII 2 C Y Aiona & Co, Honokaa. Hamakua
23 Spreckles & Spencer. Hakalau Plant, Hilo
28 A 3 Cleghorn & Co, Hilo
KAUAI 8 A C Con Chee & Co. Kapaa
20 P 8 Handcbett, Waimea
25 Wing Wo Tai & Co, Nuuanu st Honolulu
24 G W Houghtailing, Hotel st Honolulu
7 J McColgaa A Co, Karnalo, Molokai
20 Bishop 4 Co, cor Kaahumanu & Merchant st
2 E C McCandlees, Nuuanu st Honolulu
2 Cheone Honokss. Hamakua. Hawaii
7 Kun Sai & Amira. Nuuanu st Honolulu
7 H A Inns A Apo, Kaiopihi, N Kohala
9GC Akiua, Niulii,
9 Jas Richardson, "
10 Ah Tiona, Kaiopihi, "
11 Ah Nee, Honouiakau, "
12 Wong Hoo, Hilo
13 Ahsen. Kapaan, "
14 Anin k Co, Hotel st Honolulu
15 Tong Wo. Nuuanu st
16 Amina. Makapala, "
IB Awai, Lahaina, Mani
23 Awa & Afong, Waiohinu, Kan
28 Allona k Co,
1 G M Lake. Kaiopihi, N Kohala
12 Jno Kaalepo, Lahaina
14 O G Clifford, Queen st Honolulu
23 W McCandles, Fish Market
28 W T Martin, Waiohinu, Kau
t Jno N Wright. Koloa, Kauai
aSfivSOMETHING NEW ! TO PLANTERS, PLANT A-
tion Agents, Graziers, etc., who are in need of a Ught
handy machine for setting np and mending fence wire,
will find just the thing at Dillingham Jt Co.'s store, Fort
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6.
Library Mtmxo. A rejrular motinji of tbtt a
eociation will I held this evebiug at 7.30 o'clock for the
. election vt officer aud transaction of busiaena. Members
will please be In full attendance.
i The Portici ese. The iuimtranU bj the Ka
' fetmcraig, are enyaiig readily aa house servants and
J plantation hands, generally for two years, with wagea
T. lLiS C1J lUUUiU 1UI OlVUi iiu so t r UlllllfU, uiu
wiva advances varying from two to four montna wages.
) AcENOWLKDOauikNTi. Our re due to Messrs
Vhitsey an Rueartsoa for filea of late paper ; also to
the Purser of the P. 31. 8. City eAVw Tori ; to Mr. Robin-
on, me second cmcer cr tne U. t . Murray ; ana to capt.
couer ot tne XHscossrjr, lor similar favor.
Rainfall on the Avkxce. Al Mr. W. W. Hir
residence, on Kuuanu Avenue, the total rainfall for th
month of August last past was 3.17 Inches 1.44 Inches
more than was reported about one mil distant towards
a7 Only 300 1- ttet and 200 paper wag 'he
amount of mail matter (which our Postmaster General
Judged would be too small) forwarded bv the Kalai-ama
and the public benefitted by this tranamlasion hav the
consignee, . u. Irwin A Co, to thank, and nobody els.
The TJ. S. S. Lackawanna. Tbe last report from
this ship was thst she would proceed to Samoa and tbeac
return to San Francisco via Honolulu. Recently soma
bau of mall matter were received at the I'. S. Conau
late here, addressed for that ship, which indicate that
sne may oe expected anoruy.
Our distinguished Tisilori Messts. Gwia
Low, Money and McCoppin, sailed on their return to San
Francisco on Mondsy last, on the mail steamer, much
pleased with their visit, and expreaaing a desire to come
again at some future day. His Majesty the King, the
Heir Apparent, and the Cabinet Minister were at the
.dock to bid good-bye, aud the government baud fn attend
ance played appropriate airs.
The Shape of a Resk&voir. A correspondent
who claim to know whereof he speaka, say that H was a
great mistake of the architect in constructing the Makiki
reservoir in the form of a square, but that in order to se
cure strength to resist th pressure of so a large body of
waterover 700,000 gallons the walls should have bean
constructed in either a circular or oval form. This
seems reasonable, aud we are informed it 1 the plan
aaoptea in other countries.
Lkctvrk. A lecture U announced by Mr. II. S.
Benton for next Thursday evening at the Lyceum, on the
subject of " Contrasts of Life In Seven Cities." Mr. Ken
ton is a gentleman of literary association in the United
States, and has testimonials of value. We understand he
has a large repertoire of lecture subjects, which should
prove attractive. Among others a popular lecture enti
tled " Three Barbarians Alarie the Goth ; Geneeriathe
Vandal ; Attila the lluu," with the enquiry Were they
the Uura purr destroyers of the llonian LnipireT Kev. 8:7
Alalauwa. This U tbe Hawaiian name of a
species of small red fish that occasionally visits the Isl
ands in large shoals. When full-Krown tbey are known
as the Aweoweo, and are Rood eating. During the past
week the esplanade aud the wharves nave been lined
each night with native men, women and children, ang
ling for Alalauwa. Formerly the superstition was
prevalent that the advent of these fish portended the
death of some high chief, but experience has led the Ha
waiians to shelf that among other absolute Idea of tbe
Landing Apparatus for Hamakua. A inassiTe
ITderrick for the landing and receiving of cargo has been
erected on the bluff at Honokaa. in the district of Hama
kua, Hawaii. It was planned and constructed under the
direction of Mr. Johnstone, Civil Engineer, and only
awaits the arrival of a six-inch steel cable from San
Francisco to go into active operation. We understand it
is on the plan of similar landing apparatus which have
been in successful use for years on the precipitous coast
of Northern California. The cewt of thia valuable im
provement is stated at $10,000, one half of which sum will
be paid by the government.
iff A public spirited citizen, whose heart was
tn the right place, occupied a portion of the evening on
Ahe 3d Inst., bv supplying the needed material and build-
if ing a fence around a four by two bole on tbe corner of
Punchbowl and lieretania sts., which had been left un
guarded by our vigilant and efficient Road Superviso:
Possibly if the same " clt " had interviewed tbe too!
box lelt in the pathway on the corner of Richards St.,
and performed a few sommersaults over the handle, he
would not be in as a good a condition to work, and the
hole, like the Supervisor, would have remained In
Hon. Uexby A. Piehce. Thia gentleman, for
many years Minister Resident of the United States at
these Islands, and for a time Hawaiian Minister of For
eign Affaire, is now residing in San Francisco. Recently
we learn that he was tendered the nomination by the Re
publican party for the position of Mayor or that city,
but which honor he declined. In the present unset
tled condition of parties and politics in California, and
the unscrupulous style in which candidate for office are
abused, it is probable that Mr. Pierce' decision will
prove to have been a wise one though we doubt not he
would make an excellent Mayor.
I Tub Plaque of Ants. These insects (which are
dignified by naturalists as belonging to the genus " Hy
Sienoptera ") have increased to such a degree in these ia
fends of late years as to have become a plague to house
holders. There are several varieties, from th little
i Site s that infest the cupboard and swarm over articles of
fod to the garden ant, and the book ant, and perhaps
wprst of all the larger sort that bores into and destroys
ftarniture and the sills of houses. This latter variety is
an; importation from abroad one of the evils resulting
from commerce. We have heard it said that carbolic
powder, which can be obtained at the druggists, if scat
tered freely about the places frequented by these pests,
will be effectual in driving them away. It is worth while
I Wing- t
Kindness Recognized. Oa a former trio of tbe
Kalakaua, a stranger took passage for the Islands, for the
benefit of his health. Capt. Jenks and wife did all In
their power for his comfort, even allowing him to occupy
the.r stateroom. He died on tbe passage: his name was G.
G. Wayne of Philadelphia. Capt. Jenks wrote to his
friends, and to the Masonic Lodge of which he was a
member. So highly did these parties appreciate the
kind services of Capt. and Mrs. Jenks, that the William
son Lodge of Philadelphia, sent to him a handsomely
framed testimonial, while his friends presented Mrs.
Jenks with s gold watch and chain. It is with pleasure
we note such expressions of appreciation for services ren
dered, and their lnfrequency only renders them more
praiseworthy. The Friend.
A Chinese Nihilist. Last week a Chinaman
was received at the Oahu Prison from the district of
Kau, Hawaii, under peculiar circumstances. It appears
that he was arrested on the complaint of some of his
own countrymen at Kau, who testified before tbe Magis
trate that the prisoner was endeavoring to organize a
secret society anion r the Chinese laborers in the district,
the main object of which was to be the burning of cane
and sugar mills and the robbery of the proprietors. Tbe
complainants in tbe case being themselves the owners of
fields of cane, felt alarmed for the safe ty of their pro
perty, and so complained of the nihilist leader. The
Magistrate ordered the prisoner to give bonds to keep
the peace in the sum of Thirty thousand dollars, which
being an impossibility in bis case, he is kept in prison.
A Chinese Pauper. A Chinaman employed as a
laborer on one of the plantations on East Maui was re
cently discharged from service as nseless, he hawing an
apparently incurable sore leg. Arrived at Honolulu, pen
niless and without relatives in the country, a charitably
disposed countryman got contributions on his behalf
from the resident Chinese to the amount of some $30.
With $20 of this an attempt was made to get tbe sick man
into the Queen's Hospital, but he was refused admission
unless responsible parties would guarantee payment for
his care and treatment at tbe rate of f 1 per day, a hi
complaint might 'probably last for in aDy months. The
Chinaman who applied on behalf of the sick man, said it
was no use to try that, for Chinamen would never contrib
ute a second time for charity ; and bethought it was very
strange that the Hawaiian government should refuse to
take care of the man gratuitously. Querey : Would the
Chinese government provide a free hospital and medical
attendance for an " outside barbarian" under similar cir
cumstances? Col. James G. Fair This gentleman who in
company with R. V. Dey and others of Virginia City, Ne
vada, it will be remembered paid the Islands a visit in
June last, having returned home, is announced In the
Daily Territorial Enterprise of August 3d, as having been
extremely well pleased with all he saw here. A three-column
article in the Enterprise describes a visit to the vol.
cano of Kilanea, tbe people, the scenery, and other mat
ters of Interest We quote one paragraph :
Mr. Fair t ;s well pleased with the natives. He met
King Kalakaua and many members of the royal family
and officers of the Government and found them all that
men should be in the positions they filled. "Indeed,"
says he, " one very soon forgets all about their race and
color in conversing with them, as they are, many of them,
highly educated and speak English and probably balf a
dozen other languages as well as they do their mother
tongue." The Colonel says he was " treated like a
priiji." by all the people, both native and foreign born.
AH seemed determined to make him feel at home on the
islands, and every man was ready to do his utmost to
maxe bis stay agreeable and to afford him opportunities
of seeing all that was worth seeing, either in the towns or
surrounding country. The Colonel concludes his eulog
ium by saying : " I wish all the people of the world were
as good as those of tbe Hawaiian Islands."
Obituary. The intelligence of the death of
Mr. Joseph P, Cooke was received by us on Saturday
morning last, too late to more than briefly announce the
iiact in that issue. But the decease of sowell-known and
universally respected a member of the community de
serves more than a passing notice. Mr. Cooke was a
native of Hawaii net, having been born in Honolulu on
the 15th of June, 1838. His parents were Mr. A. S.
Cooke, of Danbury, Conn., and Mrs. Juliette Montsstte
Ceoke, of Sunderland, Mass., who arrived at Honolulu
j under the suspires of tbe American Board of CommiS
isionersfor Foreign Missions, in April. 1837, and who
vwere the first teachers of the Family Boarding School
estaoiisnea in i-fJ lor toe education or tbe children of
the Hawaiian chiefs. This was continued some ten
years, and here the subject of our notice associated a a
scholar with the high chiefs, four of whom became suc
cessively Kings of Hawaii. Governor Dominis and the
present Minister of Foreign Affairs were also school
fellows with Mr. Cooke, and by all bis school mate he
was loved and esteemed for his kind and genial qualities.
He waa also a scholar at Punahon and at Yale College, to
which latter institute be went to complete his education
in 1860. On returning to the Islands be became con
nected with the mercantile firm of Castle k Cooke, in
which hi father was a partner. We cannot do better
than conclude our notice with an extract from the Friend
of thia month : " From the time of his r;nection with
the house in 1863 he has been known in this community
as a clear sighted, active and upright business man.
He was active and influential in the Fort 8treet Church,
of which he waa a member, trustees and treasurer. His
presence was always welcomed in the social circle. Ha
was a good son and brother and friend, and a beloved
husband and father. He will be missed from the busi
ness community, from the church, the social circle; but
most of all from his home, by the widow and the chil
dren whom he has left behind. His last days though
filled with pain from which be would fain hav been re
leased, were day of peace, tbe peace which Jesus gives
to his beloved. No murmur escaped bis Up In hit
hours of anguish, but now he rests Trom hi pains. To
Oi waa gain to him though loss to us.
"The memory of the righteous la biassed."
BRIEF MENTION. -
QT A fins lot cf mole and other stock bars just
arrived pr Liliu, and buyer ara referred to otir adver
tising colums for pvluts resnULg then.
Mr. Washburn from California en tbe Dictry,
bronchi for sal here. HO fin mult, t bora, tl bulls,
rows and belters. S3 Berkshire plR. and mm fancy
fowls. Thus our breeds of Uv stock ar improving.
13T The schooner -Vrfic Merrill arrived" at La
haina on Thursday with 74 Immigrant fruus Mirtrela.
Report the Afnrwme . arrived at Drummocd'a Island
July I. No report fruru th I'ioM.
Chisssb Theatricals. Ii will btj awen bj ao-
nounewment to another column that tb are Chios
Theatre on th Esplanade will b open I th public oa
or about th 11th Inat. Doubtlaa an ttractJva bill will
b preatd. for th company number aa 1 tbea
eighty parson, and th drama baa flooiiabad ta tit
F lowery Kingdom form any hu&drwd ywar. W htar th
play will b understood or not, no doabt th aovalty of
th perform anew will attract full audjsnces.
Music. Tha Band will plsj
Emma Bquar. commencing at 4.90
1 th programme :
March Th Column
Selection The Berber of Seville..,
Walts Vienna Blood
Overture Th Vesta le, (new)
Polka Myttl Wreath
r. at. '
East Indian Immigration. Tb meeting of citi
zens to discuss this subject oo tb 8th of Jul, waa
adjourned for the space o eight w treks. In oider to
obtain lartber information. Pursuant to that ad
journment, a meeting was held on Thursday last
at the rooms of ibe Chamber of Commerce, lion.
Godfrey Rhodes in the chair. Alter reading toa
minutes uf the preceding meeting, the Chairman
.... . ... I . t , a . .
staieu mat tue iniorination in regard to cast ta- (
dian immigration collected by tbe commute ap
pointed in April last, was not arallabla for lb
purpose of being laid before tbe meeting. Cut ba
himself had collected aoma information of value,
which be proceeded to read. Mr. Khodea aaid
that tbe advantages attending East Indian Immi
gration in tbe British Colonies as shewn la a
pamphlet kindly lottutd him by Mr. Carter, to
gether with testimony to the same effect by Mr.
Home, having already been recorded, he would
now give some ex racls from Dr. llillebrand'a re-
port written at Calcutta In 18C6, and others trom t i
work of Charles Klngsley'a. written In 1878. an-1
titled "At Last." .(Want uf apace compete us to j
defer the publication of these extracts lists week.)
A desultory discussion arose as to the relative eoat
of immigrants, when-itwas slated thst the cost of
shipment of an adult coolie f&j, aod ofH
Portuguese 980. An extract waa read from a
letter from tbe lion. C. K. lUrt. ot Kohala, stating
that the wagea beretofoie paid to Chinese mill
bands on bis plantation waa 81 per diem, but that
they bad recently struck for 82. Messrs. Wide-
mann and Khodea spoke of the importance of
asceitainlng by nctual experiment, whether we .
could get an immigration of Last Indian cool lea,
and upon what terms ; and were of the oplblon
that Mr. Carter bad been misinformed wb jn be
made the statement at a previous meetlnr. ttat we
should be obliged to spend from forty to eighty
thousand pounds before getting a single coolie.
On motion of Mr. J. S. Walker the report of tbe
Committee submitted at the last meeting (recom-
uiriiuuiii- government to take measures lor tne in
troduction of 300 to 400 coolies) was adopted, aud
tbe committee discharged. On motion of Mjt
Widemann, a committee waa annointed to draft a
memorial for general circulation and signature, in '
support or tne above recommendation of the com
mittee Tbe committee consists of Hon. Mr.
libodes, and Messrs. Widemann and Glade. The
meeting then adjourned.
BV HAWAIIAN BARK - LILIU' Oaaa
Sao Francisco, '
80 Head of Very. Fine Mules,
i be largest and best broken animal ever Imports' her.
31 Head Jersey. Alnerney and Durham
cumb, at one-hail the price ot thoa previously Imported
3 Splendid Bulls,
Of different pedigree.
8 Fine Horses,
Driving and Elding
Bus-Hies. Rockawsys. Harness. Whin. Ac., all tram ,.
firm of Bow ley Bros , fan Francisco.
Bept e O. W. MACFARLANK at Co., Agents.
Thursday, September 11, at 8
Herbert Stanley Renton,
OF BROOKLYN, If. V.
Presldcat ef the Hawthorne Literary lalaa,
WILL SPEAK ON T1IJC
Contrasts of Life in Seven Cities:"
Toronto. Montreal. Pnril.nil Imim V w 4 n
Philadelphia As They Were As They Ar. Imltatlona of
Talmasei a Volunteer of the Old N. Y. r'lra Denarimann rial.
ebrated Speakers, etc , will be Incidental to l he Lecture, which
includes a reterenc lo Ibe early lll.t-y of th Seven Cities,
Short descriptions of notable buildings and peculiar localities:.
wun quotations irons . muring, Vjesttcks, farknan and
TICKKTS. Met RK3ERVRP. tl.00. For Fal al Thra.'a
and Whitney A Robertson's Book Stores, or st th door. It
A NEW DEPARTURE. !
REDUCTION I N Til K COST OP LIFE If.
SLBiNC. The Mutual Life Ids. Co. ol Msw York.
The oldest Institath.n of the kind In the United Stales, aod lit
Largest Company lo the World, has ayduced its rate as
EEJIIl Jf BATHS FOB AX ISl CAME OF 11000.
ANNUAL PAYMENTS FOB
Life. 80 Years. 1ft jsars. 10 fears, t ltars.
16.91 8-d 29 28 89.89 """to j '
17. 34 8'81 '-W-80 71.14
17.70 26-30 80 M " t.0
18.26 26'80 M-' l-0 T4.
18. 7 2a-33 ! ! 71.88
19.80 MM 2-a '48.87 77.47
19.85 27 47 'i t" 41.27 79. OA
20.44 2"-07 83.84 48.20 80. AO
21.00 -70 34.87 44.17 St.B
21.73 2-3a 38-14 47.18 44.18
22. 4 J 30 36.91 48. 'iS 88.00
23.16 30.78 88.78 49.83 87.01
23.04 81.64 87.60 80.49 89.90
24.78 32.84 38.67 61.6ft 91 .W4
26.66 33.18 89. J 62.88 64.09
28.61 34.07 40.62 64.16 9S.81
27.60 36.00 41.87 66.60 9S.S1
2g.ee 86.98 4a. 64 M.S9 100.99
9.79 87.02 43.81 M.84 108.44
80.99 88.11 4ft. 09 69.84 100.08
82.27 89.28 48.39 el. 43 . 108. 84
83.64 0-6l 7.63 . 63.08 111.44
86.11 41.81 49.03 4.8! 114.29
84.66 48.20 60.61 64.60 117.24
88.33 44.68 63. 08 68.48 120.89
40.10 46.26 63.72 70.48 18.48
41.69 47.93 65.46 73.47 1K8.SA
44.01 49.70 67.28 74.40 190.02
48.18 61.60 69.21 78.81 133.44
48.47 ' 63.62 61.26 79.13 187.00
60.92 64-79 63. 41 61.64 140.64
63.68 63.13 6ft. 70 84.07 144. 88
69.36 60.01 14 88.71 14S.U
69.86 43.28 70.73 89 49 163. Hi
63.66 64.16 73.60 92.40 164.14
66.99 69.24 76.4) 96.46 160.43
9.67 11. M 79.61 98.4f 161.78
73.69 76.14 83.00 lO2.09 189.16
77.81 80.01 80.62 106.69 178.72
82.33 84.19 90.62 09.61 176.42
87.17 88.70 94 71 113.67 188.29
92.86 93.68 99.22 '1788 188.83
97.91 98.84 104.08 2J.47 191.62
103.87 104.66 109.34 I'i7.84 198.93
110.26 110.72 114.98 38.64 204.68
117.09 117.89 131.09 138.07 SIS. Si
The redaction to lake effect on the annivarssrie of the policies
By this plan reducing; c-nt of Insurance le Sew Policy
Holler shore 16 per cent. Now is a favorable Mm to Ioswr.
e4 1m MAM'I, O. V ILOKH. g.nt.
rjMIE UNDERSIGNED, MANAGERS OF
would respectfully brine to the notice of tbe public
PLACE OP AMUSEMENT
Opened fin or about the 1 1th inst.,
FIRST CLASS COMPANY
Eighty Performers I
Plays purely representative of Chinese Llf and Manners
will be presented, with al! the necessary dresses sal stsge
senior, and In a manner that bas
Never Before Been Attempted!
No expense will be sparod to
contribute to the comfort of our
patrons, and a visit to our Peri
formances will satisfy the most
TUNG IIINO TONG h Cav
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