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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 10, 17.
Tie arrival from abroad during the week have com
rriaX the bktae A C Dickennen. from Hongkong, with
Chinese goods snd 20 laborers ; the P M S 8 City of New
Tork. from fisa Francisco with merchandise and ur&
erere to H HackfaLd Co ; and the achr Virld. froo- Fan
atng'e !Uai Tbs departuree bava Urn the Gofrmur
Goodwin, for Sen Francisco, with amnestic produ.e
lad et 10.D3g.25 ; the City of New Tork. for aydney.
With pula T lined at S&JT.sJ. the CUu Hj,rn krLa for baa
franclsco, with cargo of rice and sugar valued at iV
2ld.l, and the Iphigenia. for Macao, In ballast. TLe
aloe of the Lm porta for tbe week U about 03jtiU.
The receipta of Ialaad prudore for the week (up to this
morning; amount to 3783 peckag sugar.
Ow date from San rraaciaco are to Sept 29. We not
BO chaags la pricee of Ialaad staples. The receipta of
agar none from Jea.1 to Sept 1 amounted to 3SJBOt.t
rb. We quota the f oUowlng from the Commercial Bcnld
of Sept 39 t
least week we were the first to announce an edvsnce of
He per lb oa all kinds of Beflned. and now there la still
another rise of He. ThU advance or. le per lb has been
delayed for two reasons : lint, in order to conclude the
rorchasaby thareooeraof the entire crop of Hawaiian
tears, aald to bo 30.000 tons. The price paid for this
Island Saga la regulated by the Manilla standard, sub.
Jed. to an agreed arbednls as to polarization. Exactly
what the rate per poond la It is hard to say. bat it is said
to be leas than Uat year's price. Let na here caution the
Ialand.tr about washing their Sugars, as they may get
caught and have to pay a duty If abOTe a ee-taln atandard
la color. Again, another reason why the price of Sugar
was kept down here so long waa by reason of tha free
vcppbea of Eastern as route to this eoaat; but now bap.
ptiT rt la aald that peace prevail all along tba border,
and that the jobbers who hare been lately ordering East
ern Sagar have ceased their oppoaition to the refiners
Again. Clasts 8preckle haa fur some time past been
quietly negotiating with his brother. Peter Sprecklea. and
Oeo. H. Eeva mj4 V eight, tor the pnrchaae of their
Joint interest In tha California Sugar Refinery. The price
&rt aakad for their 1.XM shares was fu per share ; but
after long bargaining Mr. Sprecklea finally purchased
their entire Interest tn tha California Beflnery. aay 1.2M
hare at $150 cash on tha spot. It Is said that tha par
ties named only paid tn Ill.fjo each, and that they bar
drawn out in dividends S75.0U0 each ; tbas ahowlng tha
profitableness and good management of the company from
ts first Inception. Tha California Refinery la now owned
we believe entirely by Clans Hprecklea A Hons. Our two
rennertea supply tha market freely at rates annexed. The
Bay Beflnery claim to make their Patent Cube equal If
not superior to tha beat Eastern.
Betel Leaves, bxs I : p
caota,baad : : : : 35
Bom, tans : : : :s!
1 Wool, Iba 8. 8-B 5;
i s s I al sj
23 : Sf : 2
i Pule. Ibe. " - ' !
I Taiiow, iba.... :: ; : :g :
Calf Baina, pea. ;S:Sj :S :
.Bid-,,.. :- S-5:p
Goat Skins, pea. fg S (
! Bananas, bneba : :
ri, bbia :5:j?J Kg : j
TfTTi S3 : s
'- : ij ii : ?
: EI 2 : I si s :
Ri,ba "I 23 '
8 o I o 5
:s : 3 5 : s
raJJy, lbs ge o
S S S 5'
2 " I I
1L0XC THE TTH1BTES.
Tie Am bltna J A Taainburg. hauled tn to tha Old
Cxwtona Howaa wharf yeatertlay. where she will complete
loading, and will sail for Portland, O. on or about next
' At Brewer k Co's wharf, the Am bk Amy Turner. U
dXacharglng a general cargo from Boston; and. as usual;
with this vessel, it is all coming out In first class order.
The Haw bk B 0 Wylls. le at Allan k Bobtnaon'a
Wharf, loading for Bremen, for which port she will sail
ta about ten day.
The Am cktaeA C Dlckerman, Is discharging a cargo
of CbJnsee goods, at the Xaplanade opposite the Custom
The Brit Ik The Frederick, le discharging at the Old
The Am bktae Eureka, at the foot of Tort, has dis
charged all of cargo, and will sell to-day, la ballast, for
Port Townsend for orders. The Custom House Officers
Tbaraday lint -msil- aeixure of a xmmber of tins
of opium, which came oa the Eureka, packed la shape
of beans, which ought not to have be (a) en there, coa
lgad to a Chinese firm la this city.
The Am bk Camdea, la discharging lumber at the foot
of Tort St. she will sail for Port Gamble, oa Monday or
The Brit b Stormy Petrel ; la at P M 8 8 dock.
The Us bk LXIla Is la the stream; aha will sail soon
la ballast, for Baa Francisco.
Xhe sen W H Meyer, la also la tba stream painting Ac,
The next mall from San Francisco, may be looked for
la about two weeks, by either the Xelekaua, Cyans, or
H W Alley, all of which will be due about the asms time.
pout or houoIsJJImTJ, sr. i.
OK ia bktae A C rMckeraiaa, Bryant, days from
e at B a City of New Tork. Cobb, fin San Francisco
t g, Kfer Vlvkl, Englisn, 10 dsy from fan
ning a laiaod
rwt A Ass ship Ce Goodala. Lester, Ibc Ban franciace
' Tr M a City af ew Yarn. Cob, for Sydney
v4rrblphiave,GressKferMaeena t namoo
1 a gaiaim echr Tivld. Bngiisb. toe ganniogs Island
1-An Claoe Bprtcblca, voa Scttmuii, kx 8 Iran
Voawele for Ueaolala rroan Forelga Porta.
Aai bk Laara B BarBbam, Wew Tork, doe Btov l-
Bra.bg TWa. Uvvrpeai, doe Oct tO-xe
Oar h Aagosta, Cardiff, ae Nov -
Brit bfc uTr Hd. U.KIO. dee Bov S0
Bvat bk Caasaa, Liverpool, loading July x
ant ba Nerhaaa Csaasfroaa OiaMtow doe Dee 20-24
Am ks Cyaae, aa franc eo, doe Oct 24 30
Caihariaa eoddea. Port BJakeley
BrU be LadT Laaapsoa, Baa Fraocieco. doe .
Br bk lifiyar.Tandoa via fit Michaels, sailed from loo
4oaav Am bk teaang. IensJtarerBoy .....
As? sen an Baa franeiaeo via Kahnlnl, arrived at Ka.
lUwbb'uaisil. noath Bea Iskaads, doe ta all Oct
Asa bk Revere. Departare Bay. doe
Am bktne A. sMa. Pevrtare Bay. dne Oct 2Q24
ii aebr Ada. Msy. B I Tin H do, doe at lido Oct 13-13
JUW acfcr Oea aefel. Baa rraaciaco, doe Oct 10-1
am stsar City at kjdaey. B daey. due Oct 27
BrU sisir Xealaadsk, Has franaisco. daa Wow 1
Ambk U W Akny.Baa rraaciaco. daa Oct 14-30
Ba bk CsUkaaa, Baa Frsnraco. dae Oct J4-J
TKSSCLA IN PORT
ceeail seh Lotsta, Dexter
t fcfUM PoeiaM. for sale
era Cent Usraey, Tripp
. kb T iltn IVBrlM
aastataiy Petrel, Bead
a brig Jeiia Avery, avery
rbk B C Wylta
bain J A raikinbnrg, Eobbart
srb Jca Wooiley. Uapstad
toeaail scb W M Meyer, Brown
feci as Bareka. Weedberg
scb i n ware, w aiucy
bk The Frederick. Boos
M Uaaaeea. aaaansDBi
k a Tvwf, Mewell
aatne A C Dtekcrawn, Bryant
Be Port of Kahnlui. Maul. October 7th. 18T0.
Usssre Whitney A Kobertsoa Oentlrmea The schr
American Girl. Beckon, msater. arrived here the 4th Inet.
uTdaya from Enreka. Cel. Cargo railroad ties. Inmber
aid shingle to O Brewer A Cov for Capt T H Hobioj.
Valued at H.lTX Bbe brtnga three passengers T P Beck.
C J EaU and W Eagae. The Oirl will sail from here dl
XJt for Eureka. Cal- and not visit your port this voyage.
hehrBonan-TMlUw. maater. arrived October 7th.
11 davs from 8aa Frsacleco, with hsy. grain and stores
f ov Khm." vaVaid at 3.0u0. r,h. aleo ha. 36.000
brlcka for Honolulo. One paasenger. Mr Evans, engineer.
Mmort. JSn7 tii,,hT,':el',
nnllee off the Parrallonea, at Boon oa the 20th of ttept.
T W EvnaxTT.
nf ? U I 8 City Of NW Tork, W B Cobb.
Cod-krrom an Francisco ptJVth l
rfTTw piacharfsd pilot at 8.19 r m. Arrived at Hono
?ui Oot thTU B-A . Bnnnlng time 1 days 4H
lSrs. BtVT on board for Honolulu lad tons general
Xnandia. and t treaaura. ECpwTrpurw.
, Praacteoa Arrived Bept 25-Am bk H W Atay. Free
hVAaT 29 Bep. 2B-Haw bk Kalaksaa, Jsnks,
Frnm Boockonr. rer A C Dtrkermaa,
Oct 6 Csrf mdse
Chioeae goodm and irroviaume.
From an Francisco, per Ctty tf Nw York. Oct 6 11 pkrs
boots and sho", 45 pkrs liquors, 20 wirg mschlne, 8 cs
canned ru1s. 18 p(g harivare. 60 tbls sogr. ftS pkfsdry
g-nd. 10.M pkg fmiis sod vr-tables. 1M J r ptot uot,
1 14 sks fl-xir, lv7 fots'oee. II cs frsines, 72 Ma machinery.
10 pkrs fun.iiurr. 14 bxs Ireatare end 230 pkf miacrliineous
aercbfuiia. Is Uauaitn. ftoti pkgs fur ear Zealand, and
8310 pkga lir Aaxmia.
Fcr Sydney, per City of New York. Oct I 9 bales porn.
iMxncstic value SiT.4i-
For ran Francuco, per Cov G-wdvtn. Oct 4 972 rgs sugar,
27i t ( rice, -M tbls moiaaaes. iKMneaiic valur 1 10.0i 2i.
For San rranrl:o. J"-T Claus Sprecklea. Oct 10 6281
Daira suuar. liii bags rice.il toia moiaaaea. Ml ci
canned gooda. Dou val (43.246.ftl
For Ban Francisco, per Gov Goodwin, Oct 4 Mrs Seansas
and 2 children.
From San Francisco, per City of New Tork. Oct e Mr
John M Morton. S children and nurse. A Lawaon. Gen Jas
M Comlv. C S Minister Resident. Mrs Dudoit, Miss F
Corny. Mrs HAP Csrter. Hon W C Psrke, Mrs snd Miss
Judd. Miss Gordon Cummlngs, Mr and Mrs J O Dickson,
Miss Dickson. Mr and Mrs John r arnaworth and infant.
a W FuTger. Mias Fulger. F F Porter, wife and 3 chil-;
dren. Mlaa Jnlia Chase. Geo Macfarlsne. M Purvis. W B
Star key, John Young. Miaa Shaw.Mias Mary 8 Rice. Mlaa
Maud Imdoit. Mrs J M Sass and sou. Mr and Mrs H Rod
ger, Ir snd Mrs Wight. G H Msclean. Prof and Mrs 8
Amos and 2 children. H Mullm. J Weike and son, Mr snd
Mrs A Jscksun and Infant. C Harrell. A J Pense. C F Nor
throp, James Kennedy. W P Jonea. P Pi Ion. L B Abels. 9
Joice. Mr and Mra Lambert, Henry Yost. John Vinconte,
J D Haffard. L Hanson. Mr Csasri. C Msnier, J Ains
worth. B Mackenzie, Mrs i D Fraser, Jom Silver. E
Townsend. P H Wilt. 8 Caao. T H bwanton. Wm Warren,
J Cameron and 20 Chineae.
From Hongkong, per A C Dickennan, Oct 0 20 Chinese
For Sydney, per City of New York, Oct T A Robinson;'
Cbas Shear, Eaomel Alaioea.
For Mscoa, per Iphigenia, Oct 7 A B Gordon, C A Ham
mend, and 40 Chinese.
For San Francisco, per C'sos Sprecklea. Oct 10 The
Misses McKesgue. Mass McOrew, Mr McOrew. Tboe
Nsggs, Mr Reiss and wife. Maggie Williams, Otto Von
Wartenslchn, Wm Holland
Bonaon Bnasa in this city, October 8th, by the Bev.
Esther Hermann. Mr. Thomas Robsou to Miss Elizabeth
Rose, second daughter of Mr. Wm. Brash, all of Honolu
lu. No cards. V ban Franciaco and New Tork papers
(The Printers not being forgotten, wonld acknowledge
the receipt of a liberal share of the wedding cake, while
wishing the newly wedded couple a happy married life.
Johnstons In Honolulu, on Sunday, Oct 5th, ltf79,
Mas. B. M. Johnstone, relict of tbe late Andrew John
stone, and sinter of J. Worth of Hllo, in the bath year of
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11.
,Wi are indebted to tbe courtesy of 11 is Excel
lency the Minister of Finance for tbe Table which
appears in our Commercial Column, prepared by
Col. W. F. Allen, Collector General of Customs,
and exhibiting the principal domestic exports
from this port during the third quarter of the
current year as compared with tbe corresponding
period of 1878, and also for tbe nine months of
this vear, compared with the same period of
1878 Tbe table shows a continued increase inN
the two principal articles of produce sugar and.'
rice but a decrease in almost every other com-
l - t.Tt.:.r i -t j!
muuitj, ciuiuimig vcrj pimuiv me uireciion in
which tbe energies of our agriculturists are ex
erted. During the nine months last past we have
exported 7.216,333 pounds of sugar, and 1,258,
615 pounds of rice more than in the correspond
ing period of last year. Molasses has fallen off
during tbe same period, 13,805 gallons ; paddy,
2,170,807 pounds; coffee, 6C.136 pounds; salt,
130 tons; poi, 170 barrels; fungus. 20,003
pounds; goat skins, 25,567 pieces; bides 6,473;
Calf Skins, 516; Tallow, 152,042 pounds ; pu
lu, 68.918 pounds; Wool, 127,726 pounds;
Rum, 2,615 gal.; Cattle, 417 bead. Tbe export
of Peanuts (by Chinese) has increased by 25,
213 pounds. Tbe total value of domestic exports
for tbe first nine months of the present year, is
$2,749,833.27, being an increase over the cor
responding period or 1878, of $98,808.67. These
figures are evidence of a gratifying progress; al
though we should have been pleased to note an
increase rather than a diminution of the produc
tion and export of other articles besides sugar
and rice. Tbe close of the year will however, we
may anticipate, show an increase in the exports
of coffee and wool.
On thx 26tb of last month a memorial with
one hundred and twenty-three signatures, was
sent to tbe King in Cabinet Council praying
that aa a precautionary measure, your Majesty
will take such steps as may be necessary to se
cure the introduction of people from British In
dia, even if to no greater extent in the first place
than three hundred or four hundred souls."
On tbe 3d instant the following "reply to the
memorial was forwarded to tbe lion. Godfrey
Dzr AanrEtrr or Ixnaroa,
Honolulo, Oct. 3rd, 1879.
Gtim.cxB'ir ) I bare the honor to acknowledge the
receipt of the Memorial addressed to His Msjesty and Ca
binet, relative to the introduction of laborers from India,
and to state that the same hss been laid before, and con
sidered by His Msjesty and Cabinet.
Hlit Majesty's Government are fully aware of the neces
sity of incresalng tbe laboring population of these Is
lands, and will lay before the legislature at Its next ses
sion, the results of the endeavor hitherto made for that
Surpose. together with all the information they may then
are on the matter In question.
I have the honor to be, your obedient servant,
8am'i G. Wilms, Minister of Interior.
This laconic bat courteous reply of tbe Minis
try should set at rest tbe discussion as to immi
gration from the East Indies, at least until the
Legislature convenes next year, when it will
probably be revived in all its amplitude by the
few who are so earnest in advocacy of the scheme.
It is worthy of note that out of the one hund
red and twenty-three signatures to the memorial
as published, only eight are those of persona di
rectly interested in plantations. But the v ell
known fact is that in this country people will rea
dily and unquestioning sign a petition on almost
any subject, especially when requested to do so by
a respectable person or one of position in tbe com
munity. Ana in this connection we ar remind
"ed of a joke perpetrated by the late P. II. Tread
way, Sheriff of Maui, lie laid a wager that he
could get five hundred signatures to a petition to
the Legislature asking for an impossibility.
Accordingly be went to work, and in due time
a memorial was presented in tbe Assembly ask
ing for tbe building of a bridge from Labarina to
Thb steps taeen for tbe production of beet
sugar in tbe United States are interesting to us,
both from the intrinsic nature oi tbe enterprise,
and from the chances of its affecting our market
In tbe future. In 1875,-1,500,000 tons of this
sugar was made in Europe, and was worth $200,
000,000, or $133.33 a ton. Within tbe last
year or two a company has been formed in the
State of Maine for making beet sugar, and last
year made about ninety tons. Stimulated by
their experience aod by a bounty of one cent a
pound for manufactured sugar, tbey are now put
ting up the best European machinery at Portland,
and bave contracted with tbe farmers for 1.250
acres of beets. In Maryland also, after careful
experiments in tbe cultivation of the sugar-beet,
a company bas been formed and negotiations en
tered into with parties in Germany for the re
quisite machinery for setting up a factory in Bal
timore, and workmen to run tbe same. Tbey
propose to work up 2,000 acres of beets, and pay
for them at tbe rate of five dollars a ton. At
Wilmington, in Delaware, a similar enterprise is
agitated, and proposals for machinery solicited.
"If this new enterprise should become general
and successful in tbe United States, it might in
time develop a strong interest hostile to tbe treaty
privileges of our sugars. Tbe production of beet
sugar 'in France was only made profitable at its
inception by protective duties so heavy that tbey
almost amounted to a prohibition. We have no
figures of the cost and market value of tbe sugar
made in Portland last year. It is not probable
that beet-sugar will ever compete on its own
merits with cane sugar, as the latter is generally
preferred by consumers.
Thx practicb of puffing," as it is termed,
In the newspapers, is a custom more honored in
the breach than the observance. Many news
papers devote a large portion of tbe space which
ought to be filled with matters of gvneral interest
to personal flattery and puffs on business enter
prises of almost all kinds. Perhaps in a great
ntnv ir.sta.nrwa the person thus noticed is en-
j lirelj uDworthj of it ; but in any case tha prac
; tice is a pernicious one. But manj wortbj
I businew men, aeeing inferior men succeed in
! business apparently by tba force of editorial
; notices, become imbued with the idea that it is
. neceewiTT to success to ba?e themselves flattering
editorial jraraphs relating to their business in
tie papers. They do not seem to be aware that
none but the lowest class of readers bclieYe in
or pay any attention to these puffing para
graphs, and that a plain advertisement of their
busiDees, inserted in its proper place in the
paper, will command the requisite attention.
Newspaper editors and conductors will save their
character and conscience by baring a special
column devoted to business notices of the class
designated, wherein advertisers may adopt any
style they please by paying a stipulated rate
per lioe. Most of the standard dailies of the
United States will insert so notice whatever of
a person's business without marking it as an
advertisement. Editors only know bow bard it
is to mention a man's business without degen
erating into a puff. The general public does
not know how many persons, some very sensi
ble, good meaning people, but many who are
the reverse, apply to an editor in the course of
a month, each with his desire to have the
paper make him known to the public by an edi
torial item, and each boring the editor with
assurances of his own worth. We repeat, the
system of newspaper puffing of private enter
prise unconnected wiiq puoiic interests,
pernicious one for all concerned.
Inx reception of General Grant by the people
of San Francisco (which is elsewhere alluded to
by our correepondent) was a grand popular de
monstration . the like of which bas never before been
seen in California, if indeed, in any other city of
tbe Union, or of tbe modern civilised world, in
honor of one man. And tbere was nothing of a
political character about it, for Democrats as well
as Republicans, Ex-Confederates as well as old
Union soldiers took part in extending an enthusi
astic welcome to the now plain American citizen
who had as General of tbe army saved his coun
try and as PrVident had served two terms. It
catinot be doubted that if Gen. Grant would con
sent to be again a candidate, such is bis popular
ity among all classes of bis countrymen, be would
be elected by a large majority. But he is on this,
as on some other subjects, very reticent. An
amusing instance of this occurred while the
steamer was entering tbe harbor. We quote
from the Bulletin :
Some one connected with a morning psper asked
tbe General if he was goiog to run for President
gain. Tbe latter tamed to a representative of tbe
Bulletin and said be was. very anxious to see Pina
fore, as be had beard roach about it. When a
question of similar import was addressed to Mrs.
Grant by some one in tbe party, she replied that
tbe Japanese were very ingenious in devising fire
works, and that she very mooh eojoved ber sojourn
in Japan. Tbe question being put in another form
she responded that she allowed the General a cigar
for every two hours.
Ulysses Sydney Grant was born in Ohio, April
27, 1822. Appointed a cadet at West Point in
1839, from which be graduated in 1843. Was
in Taylor's army in Mexico, as Second Lieutenant
of Infantry , and took part in all the actions,
from Palo Alto, May 8, 1846, to Monterey, Sept.
28, 1846. lie was then transferred to Scott's
army, and took part in the seige of Vera Crux
At tbe battle of Molino del Rey, Sept. 8, 1847,
he was promoted on tbe field by Gen. Scott, to
First Lieutenant, for distinguished gallantry
Entered tbo city of Mexico with tbe army. At
tbe close of tbe war he was assigned to duty in
Oregon, with the rank of Captain, but resigned
from the army July 31, 1854. In 1859 he went
into tbe leather business at Galena, 111. with his
father, tbe firm being Grant and Son. In 1861,
volunteered for the war and was commissioned
Colonel of the 21st Illinois Volunteers. Appoint-
ed Brigadier General of Volunteers by President
Lincoln, Aug. 1861. Commanded at the battles
and seiges of Paducah, Greenville, Belmont, Fort
Henry, Fort Donelaon, Pittsburg Landing, Vicks
burg, Missionary Ridge, Lookout Mountain, the
Wilderness, Richmond, Petersburg, Five Forks,
up to the occupation of Richmond and the surren
der of Lee's army April 9, 1865, and the sub
stantial ending of the war. Elected President
Nov. 3, 1868, Re-elected Nov. 1872. Sailed
from Philadelphia on a tour round the world,
May 17, 1877. Arrived at San Francisco on his
return, Sept. 20, 1879..
Thx frequent seizures of smuggled opium at
this port ought to convince any reasonable per
son that the law prohibiting tbe importation of
this drug has failed of the purpose for which it
waa enacted. For with the constant increase in the
arrivals of Chinese there is a corresponding de
mand for opium, and there is good reason to be
lieve that where one lot is seized by the Customs
authorities at least two pass undiscovered. As
for instance, tbe shipment of twenty dozen
" stogy brogans," (as related in a recent number
of tbe Bulletin of San Francisco) with wide heels
that unscrewed, exposing a cavity for a deposit
of opium. Tbe quantity discovered last Thurs
day under tbe disguise of bean Bauce, is another
illustration of tbe ingenuity of Chinese smug
glers, and it is a fair inference that they bave often
succeeded in outwitting the officers. Tbe odor of
the burning drug can be readily detected in the
Chinese quarter of Honolulu any calm evening ;
and we have heard planters frankly acknowledge
that they were aware of its being used by tbeir
Chinese laborers some going so far as to say
that men wbo bad been addicted to opium would
not or could not work well without an occasional
indulgence. That the use of opium is an evil no
one will deny ; but it being quite evident that
legislation is powerless to eradicate tbe evil
would it not be wiser to try and regulate it? We
do not advance as a consideration tbe certainty
that the public revenue would be increased from
thirty to fifty thousand dollars by licensing the
sale of opium to Chinese; but it would put a
stop to the demoralizing business of smuggling,
now so extensively carried on, and tbe consump
tion of the drug, being no longer unlawful, would
scarcely increase above what it is at present.
Tbe penalty for selling or furnishing to a native
should be high and strictly enforced ; and per
haps the quantity allowed to be sold to a Chin
aman within a given period might be regulated
by law, with a provision that the dealer should
keep a record book of sales to be open to the in
spection of the Police at any time. In some
such way only can tbe evil of opium smoking be
controlled and held in check ; it is futile to at
tempt to eradicate it by law.
The October term of the Supreme Court com
menced on Monday last, Chief Justice Harris and
First Associate Judd on the Bench. The first day
waa occupied in calling cases and bearing pleas.
On Tuesday the case of tbe supposed dog poison
ers was on a Portuguese named Perry, a half
caste named Sylva and a native named Eaanaana
being presented under Chapter 23 of tbe Penal
Code, " Malicious mischiefs and injuries." Sub
division 8 of Section 2 of the chapter describes
the offence, Poisoning, spoiling, or mixing any
deleterious, offensive or injurious fluid or sub
stance with water, or any fluid or substance used
as beverage, food or medicine for men or ani
mals." Tbe three accused were tried together,
and as one, the Portuguese, was entitled to a
foreign jury, it was decided to try them all at the
same time, and the novel sight was presented of
two juries of twenty-four persons, twelve for
eigners and twelve natives, sitting together.
In the case of one of the accused, the half-caste
Sylva, a clear alibi waa proved, and as tbe wit
nesses for the crown swore to tbe three being
seen together distributing tbe poisoned meat, tbe
prosecution broke down and verdiots of not
guilty were returned by both juries. Possibly,
bad tbe foreigoer been tried separately, a differ
ent reeult might have been reached. As it is,
the perpetrators of the outrage for the indis
criminate killing of over two hundred animals,
including valuable watch-dogs and household
pets, must be characterised as an outrage so far
go unpunished by tbe law. It is generally be
lieved that those who scattered the poisoned meat
not only aboat the streets but into private
enclosures wens hired to do tbe work by others
of more exalted positions than their tools, and if
this be so it must eventually be brought to light,
and tbe real authors be punished. The symp
toms of poisoning were those of strychnin. It
is well known that a very small quantity of this
poison will be sufficient to kill a dog, but in tbe
bands of persons unacquainted with its virulency
mach more would likely be used as a dose tban
waa necessary, so that in all probability from one
to two ounces were scattered about the city in
tbe killing of say two hundred and fifty dogs
enough to consign our whole population to their
graves if administered to the humans instead of the
dogs. Tbe question arises, where did the dog
poisoners obtain so large a quantity of strych
nine? By law, whoever shall sell or deliver any
deadly poison is required to keep a book in which
shall be recorded the name and quantity of tbe
poison sold or delivered, tbe name of the person
to whom it was sold or delivered, and whether
such person was known to the vendor, and if
not, tbe name of tbe responsible person upon
whose recommendation tbe same was sold. We
are informed that none of the druggists of this
city have any record of recent sales or delivery of
strychnine. Uow then, we repeat, did the dog
poisoners obtain so large a quantity as they have
evidently used ?
DR. MINER HAS REMOVED HIS PRI
VATK reaidence from King Direct to Hold Street, in
the Cottage directly opposite tbe Hawaiian HoteL oil St
A RESIDENCE ON EMMA STREET.
with Cottage, Carriage Boose, Stables, Ac.
wllla - P. O. BOX, 7.
A GOOD DWELLING HOUSE ON PUNCH
bowl street. For further particulars enquire of
JNO. 8. McGKaW, M. D.,
ocll lm Hotel street, between Fort and Alakea sts.
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM THIS
Kingdom I hare appointed Mr. JaMKS RICHARDSON
to act for me under full Power of Attorney.
North Kohala, 8ept. 21, 1879. ocll St
Clarifiers for Sale.
4 Watson's Clarifiers at $400
lMcOnie Clarifierat $450, Cash
ocllat WILDER Si CO.
SEPARTMEiVT OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL, f
Honolulu, September 26ih, 1879.
A REWARD OF ONE HUNDRED DOL
LARS will be paid to any person who will gire such in
formation aa will lead to tbe cooviction of tbe person or per
sons who set Are to tbs house of the .Hon. W. T. MarUn, at
Waiobina. Kan, Hawaii.
Information may be siren to the Sheriff of Hawaii, the De
puty Marshal or any Deputy Sheriff se27 4t
1879-C0LTJMBIA RIVER SALMON.
EX J. A, FiLKIKBDRO, IN BARRELS
aod half bar re la; and a splendid quality of tbe Spring
Caleb. 1879. (sc27) For Bale by BOLLKa at CO.
T1HE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
elected Assignees of tbe Estate of Chun Kau of Hono
lulu, Bankrupt. Notice Is hereby giren to all persons In
debted to tbe said Chun Kau, to make immediate payment to
C. 8. Bartow, at bis r?afesrooin, Honolulu, any person own-
inr srucies, oi sny description, wbicn hare been deposited
with Cbna Kau and now in poasession of the assignees msy
ooiain rot same upon proving ownersnip.
C. 8 BARTOW,
sel3 W. C. AKANA.
At J. H. Lynch's Manufactory
MAT" BB FOUND.
First-CIass Boots and Shoes I
Hunting and Riding Boots and Shoes,
Got np in First-CIass Style, aod A GOOD FIT Guaranteed
A GOOD STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF
Ladies, Cents, Misses and Chil
From the Best Eastern Manufactories !
Which Will Be Sold Cheap fer Cash.
ALL ORDERS FROM THE OTHER ISLANDS PROMPTLY
oil ATTENDED TO. tf
PLANTATION FOR SALE.
THE HILEA PLANTATION,
Sltemte la the District ef Has, ilawall.
WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
For tbe purpose of closing the Co-partnership, on
Wednesday, 5th day of November
Next, at 12 Mn at the office of Wm. G. Irwin a Co.,
Honolulu, H. L
The Plantation is chiefly Leasehold, some 350 acres in cane.
S00 ol which will be ready to grind a few morthe hence, and
promises a large yield. Tbe buildings are aL new, such as
Dwelling-house, Boarding-house, Labqrers Bouse, Blacksmith
and Carpenter's chop. Store-house, Ac. Also, Working
Horses. Cattle, Mules, Carts. Plows and other implements
suitable lor working a plantation.
Also. Sugar Mill. Vacuum Pan. Pomps, Engines, 8 team
Boilers, Ac. all of which are being manufactured at tbe Bono,
lula Iron Works, snd nearly completed, together with double
effect on the way from Europe, particulars of which can be
seen at tbe orace ot Wm. G. Irwin A Co.
JOHN S. WALKER,
WM. G. IRWIN,
C. N. SPKNCKR.
Surviving Partners of the firm of C. N. gpencer A Co.
September 30. IbTB. oca
LOOK HERE ! X
LOOK. HER.E ! !
I HAVE FOR 8ALK OF MY OWN
Importations and Breedings,
Poland China (or Magic,)
and Essex Pigs,
THOROUGHBRED & PRIZE WINNERS!
At the Royal Show, England, at the U. S. Centennial and
Forty (lute and District Fairs. I never was best in my expe
rience ol 20 years at a Breeder. except by a party in San Fran
ciaco who shipped GRADE FIGS to Honolulu, and called
" Saxe's Thoroughbreds."
When tbey arrived In the Sandwich Islands) the
Shipper made 800 per cent, and
SAJ.E DIDST SELL DIM A PIC. NOT ONE !
EVERY PIG sold by me bas a METALLIC LABEL
in the ear. with my name on one side and on the reverse is the
number which corresponds with Herd Book Pedigree.
CATTLE SHEEP THE SAME.
I witl deliver on board Ship In Ban Francesco,
PIOSi 2 months old, 3 for $25 each ; over
3 for $20 each, in crates CASH.
I advise purchase of
Berkshires & Poland Chinas,
And bare paid to find it out. Reasons given by Mail,
Rollin Peter Saxc.
t09 SANSOME STREET,
PAINTS AHD PAINT OIL,
HCBBCCK'S PURE L.EAD, HUB BUCK'S
White Zinc, Hoebuck'e Pale BoUed OU. Boston Spirits
Torpentiae. For Bale by
Jal TV VV.
HAVING BEES ELECTED ASSIGNEES
of the Estate of nDW A KD STBKtIZ, bankrupt, of Ho
nolulo, all persons indebted to said Edward eireha are re
quested to make immediate payment to us in said Honolulu.
W. L. WILCOX,
, , ' S. B. DOLE.
Honolulu, Oct. 11, 1379. ocll 3t
IN THE ADVERTISER
OP OCTOBER gib. THERE IS AX ITEM
about tbe 1 acht Lotus capsiiug. Tbe reason given re
minds ooe of a pmon tn the witness stand, sworn to tell the
whole truth. As soon as tbe said w.usrae tries to explain, al
though throwing light oo the sujrt, up jumps an attorney
and objects to Ibe whole truth u injures bis Client. Just so
in tbls case; we have the iruth. but not tbe whole truth. Car.
Black has a yacht, and withes the same to be considered the
fastest, safest aod best; but it is no go.
Capt. Williams says to guard against every chance of scci-
e shall, hereafter, take along a supply of M A R
CHANT SMOKING TOBACCO, as also a few
hoses af his CLCB HOCSE CItJARs, the best and cheapest
goods ever offered la this market ooe box guaranteed to
float three aten safe to tbe shore (if they are rood swimmers )
Just received, new brands of Tobacco, Meerschaum, Wood,
and a few of those old-fashioned clay pipes, slews Five
Feel Lwsjg. a too, Cutlery, cilver Beaded Canes (a nice
present for a friend ) Call at Merchant's, where is to be
found tbe greatest variety of Scnoker'a Ojods ever seen tn this
city. All goods from me are supposed te be Cash on Delivsry.
Send along orders to MARCH A XT.
oil lm) Esst Side of Fort 8t just spore Dillingham A Co 's
BF STEAMER, a Large Stock of
FIRST-GLASS BOOTS & SHOES,
LYNCH'S BOOT AND SHOE FACTORY !
A law. m Lsrgs Let ef
WHICH WILL BE
SOLD VERY CHEAP FOR CASH.
Fort St., 3 doors above Hotel, Dealer in
Pictures, Frames, wood & velvet;
LARGE VARIETY FANCY ARTICLES !
Pictures, Diplomas and Lodge Certificates, framed to
order, and at Low Kates;
A Fine Assortment of Velvet Frames, just received fro 31 San
Francisco, at prices ranging from 7&c. to (3.
TT As I do business 00 a Strictly Cash Basis, I am enabled
to offer Goods to tbe public st Lower Kates than those who
offer credit, and Cash Purchasers will find it to their advan
tage to call and examine my Ooods and Prices.
tOT Country orders solicited, and aatisfaction guaranteed,
(IRMSHED ROOMS. AT NO. 3 GARDEN
LANK. oc4 3t) Inquire AT TUIS OFFICE.
f?RAKK GERTZ. BOOT AND SHOKMAKER.
M. baa removed his business from Hotel Street to the Store
on Merchant Street, formerly occupied by D. W. Clark. ocl
GEO. B. KALAAUKANE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office ever ibe
Drug Store of Dr. Stangenwald. corner of Fort and
Merchant streets. Office Hours from 9 o'clock a. st. to 4 r. at.
CHARCOAL FOR SALE.
rilHE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO
M furnish Charcoal in any desired quantity a First-class
Article for ONE DOLLAR a Bag, formerly sold for $160
bag. Inquire at the Store of Brown A Co.. Merchant street,
ocilm BENITO GUKVRKBO.
DE. CJ1AS. XEILSOX, Physician Snrgcen,
OEGSTO INFORM HIS PATRONS THAT
Ea be haa located himself for the present, at the Office of
Dr. Uildea, Hotel street. OIDce Hours from 8 to 6. oc4 lm
WE. THE UNDERSIGNED. MEMBERS
of tbe firm of Cook, Goodman A Co., Crystal Dining
Rooms, do hereby give notice that we are responsible fur the
debts incurred by Hewett a Cook, in the business above men
tioned; but we will not be responsible for any debts contracted
aiter mis oate witnoui our written oruer.
JAMES II. COOK,
E. G. GOODMAN,
G. L. BARNES.
Honolulu, Oct. 1st, 1879. oc4 lm
vfUIE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE WAI
Lt'EU SUGAR CO. will lie held at the Office of C
Brewer ek Co., 00 TUBBBay, Oct si, 1870. at 10 a'.Uck i. i
ALFRED b. HART WELL, Sec" v.
Honolulu, Oct. 2, 1879. oc4 3t
A SIXTEEN TEARS LEASE OF A LOT
X of land at Halawa. North Kohala, on the main road.
with Two W ooden Houses, suitable for Stores. For particu
iara enquire at 111 is urace. oc4 lm
'HE CAPTAIN OFTHE GERMAN BARK
Iphigenia will not be responsible for any debts contract
ed by the crew. (se27 St) OKKKN, Master
MASON i BUILDER of sunny years
experience, and will perform the must difiicult
HAiON WORK iu an able manner and on reaaona-
able terms. Adrress: H. PETERSON,
se27 lm Sailor's Home, Honolulu.
mUG UNDERSIGNED GIVES NOTICE
M thst she has this day been appointed by the Supreme
Court executrix of tbe last win and Testament or Josepn r.
Cooke, late ol Honolulu, deceased, all persons having claims
against the Es'tte of said deceased, whether secured by mort
rase or otherwise, sre notified to present the same for pay
ment, duly authenticated, and with the proper vouchers tf
any, at the residence 01 the eunscrioer in Honolulu witnin six
months from tbis date, or the same v ill be forever barred..
And all persons indebted to ssid estste are requested to make
immediate payment. HARRIET K. t-UUHK.
Honolulu, Sept. 23, 1879. se 27-lm
TO THE PUBLIC.
rwiHE UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST OPENED
at a Grocery, Provision, Tobacco and Clear Store at No. 44
Hotel Street, near Horn's Bakery. Constantly on hand, Fresh
Ekks. Fresh Butter. Fruit and Groceries of all kinds, which
will be sold cheap for -ash. To arrive per next steamers, a
Choice Lot of California Rolled Uutter. Leave orders early,
se20 lru J. D. RAMSEY.
nERSONS WISHING EMPLOYMENT,
. and Merchants, Planters and others wishing to engage
trustworthy employees, are invited to apply to
8. B. DOLE.
B. F. DILLINGHAM,
sel3 Employment Committee oi the Y. M. C. A.
mMlE RESIDENCE OF THE LATE E. G.
M. ADDEKLY, a short distance above the first bridge, on
Kuuanu Avenue. Tha lot is nearly half an acre in sixe. For
further information enquire on the premises. se20 lm
F'ojt Sale !
BBLS. Si II LF. BBLS.
C. R. SPRING- SAJLUION
BBLS. Ai II LF. BBLS. NA AS RIVER
also' o:nt hand,
HLF. BBLS. SALMON BELLIES,
BBLS. F. R. SALMON,
BBLS. SALMON TROUT.
E. C. HIcCANIL,ESS.
TSATOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAI ir
-aj tne 441 aay ui jnrinuci, biv, -
c hated all the right, title and interest of A LIN A to tbe leases
of the premises on jvuuanu aireei, ana wm nw
tor any debts whatever of tbe said Alioa.
IAJU lOU Bias.
Honolulu, Sept. 87, 1879. te27
SST6. EL&Eal&i S SOBT
H A. V E JTJST EECEIVED
pplv of Goods by the EUREKA from San Francisco, and Overland from New
Yo'tk and Boston, and by the FREDERICK just armed from England,
ALSO. BY THE
J arrived yesterday from Boston, and to come by the LAURA B. BURN
HAM, expected within a mouth, from New York,
FULL ASSORTMENT OF MERCHANDISE.
These Lars all been purchased for CASH, at the lowset prices, and will be SOLO CHEAP. Aaaeag the
BAsy articles offered are the following:
20,000 GALLOIUS OP OIX,
DO V N E RS Best Kerosene snd the Fsvorite X OO X D A T Oil, both of high teat; aleo, the
E LKCT RIC Oil. 106 test; Lard Oil. !v-eta Foot oil, Hubbuca's aad Aavoricaa Boiled aad Raw llaatad Oil, .
Paraphine Oil, cheap lubricating oil; Cylinder Uil.
Plxaet Jr. Son So
DOVI, DCS JUM.VW.., . . ' . Miw - - - - - , .
D,, Cart Harness. thovls and Spades ot all sis and prk-es. Hoe, A a. I'ick, Oo and Shovel han lies, reoee Wire and Staples,
Hall's Cane Hatchets, DIATOMS Ai. COLLI Cane Knives, different patterns; COTTON WASTE U Hales,
Kubber and Hemp PACKING.
-ar 1 lr., 2 at T na Anvils. Bellows, Hledges snd Hammers of all slsea. Portable Forres
ASldlClilSIllIlll 9 JLOOISa rarrlare Bo U. Machine B-4ts, Lac Screws, bolt sods, aU sicsei
Clinch Rings, Hexigon sod Square Nuts, all sixes; Iron Washers, aud Coe's Wrenches from to 21 in.
C 51 1 e IlstCr'S TOOIS, . Booemakar'sTools and Findings, Cooper's Tools, Harness Materials.
The Fullest Best Stock of Builder's & Shelf Hardware In the Market
Butts and Binges of all kinds and sisea. Brass, I run and Bronae Bolts of all slsea, Saab Looks, Saab. Rollers,
Saah Cord' sod Weights, 100 dos. Door Locks ol all kinds and prices, 100 doa. Padlocks, Cheat, Trunk, Wardrobe,
- Drawer and Till Locks, Sand Paper, Rmery Paper aod Cloth, Cora and Flour Cssery. Glue, several klndai
ALUM, ROSIN. BORAX, PLASTr R of PARli, Potash, Carbolic o( Lime, Carbolie Soaps, Kraaive Yallov toap,
Castile aod Harness Soap, Pulverized Pumice and Soap stone, Whet, Sand, noap, Scythe, aod Uriod Biooea.
Mr Htsisicltaia CaskB Bubbuck's Zlua, Caaks II obbuck's Lead. Bed Lead. Tellosr Ochre ,
JL at I II IS 4SaV -BA 1 USllLSt Venetian Bed, Whliioc, Black Lead, Turpentine A V ami, bee of all kinds.
Furniture Polish, Bhellack, Burnt Umber, Paris Grren, dry Metallic Paint, llubliock'a and Masnrys Caa Painta Star
House A Cartiage Painting of every color, Amer'n White Lead in Kegs, Paint Brushes A Whitewash Brnshsa, all stars,
sfnwsrl ntir new and splendid assortment of TABLE CUTkKRT Eosllth end Amsrioaa Pockst
VUlllI J .""Cutlery of all kinds and Prices, Wade A Butcher's Rasora, Oreen River Butcher Knives and
Hunting Knives, Farriers' Knives, Putty Knives.
Fairbanks & Buffalo Scales cor'miklucrs. IXJtiSTZTE.
of all sixes. Grindstone Fixtures.
AarftlajAS California Harness, Russetl Skirting. Oak and Hemlock Bole Leather, Bridle Leather, Lining Bklna,
JaL4LaaLIIfJI assorted colors; r-herp Skins snd Goat Skins tanned. French and Philadelphia Calf Skins,
Ca fornia and Hawaiian Calf and Kip Skins, good quality; Sides, Lsce and Cut Lsee Leather.
Shoe Lasts. Boot Trees. Boot Webb, Bout Crimps. Skivers and Knives, Shoe Nails and Shoe Pegs of all slsea.
Copper Rivets and Burs, Shoe Wsz, Bees Wax, Shoe Thread, all kinds.
aft f -par of all sues, both black and gslvanlxed, Clinch. Finish, Boat, Horse and Clout Nalla, all tisea.
1 II sv i. a S A heavy stock of American Wood Screws, Tinned and Iron Tacks, assorted.
Handled Axes, all kinds; Hatchets of many kinds and prices, Malcbeta, Galvanised Corrugated Iron Roofing, A, T k I ft.
Hawaiian 8 Card & Block Matches T:
advantage o being HOME MADK and fresh, and are becoming more popular every day.
A FEW MORE OF THOSE BEAUTIFUL IRON FENCE PICKETS,
The neatest and most durable fence material to be found.
n -1 . . . - t I iw rh. lit
A full and most desirable assortment,
Right from the Factory
FOE SALE IT LOW PRICES.
Many of these Stoves have been in constant use
on the islands for eight and ten years, and
have given perfect satisfaction. They are
well made and of the best material known.
Refrigerators, assorted; Ice Cream
A very rood assortment of B ASKETS for housshold
Chopping Trsys, and many articles for kitchen uae; Galvanised Tuba and Buckets of all sixes. Step Lsddera.
A few old fashioned B K A SS K ETTaVES, so much prised by hcusa keepers, Iron Pots,
Farmers' Caldrons for plantation use. ' -
Bales Amoskeag Denims, Bales Amoskeag Ticking,
Bales Unbleached Cotton, . Bales Unbleached Drilling.
JZxpected in afeio weeks, the JLargest and Finest Assortment of
SILVER PLATED WARE EVER DISPLAYED IN HONOLULU
This has been selected with special care, and many of the articles are of the most elegant design and are entirely new.
The plated ware from Messrs. RUED A BARTON'S Ketabliahment, Is of the best quality and Is warranted to give setistaelioa.
A very fine assortment of PLATED SPOONS, FORKS and KMVKf, Ac. just received and for Sale Cheap.
Also onhsnd, just received from the GORHAM MANUFACTURING COM PA NT, a beautiful line of SOLID SILr
V EB. V A K E in elegant cases, just the thing for Christmss or Wedding presents.
A SMALL ASSORTMENT OF CRYSTAL COMPASSES FOR WATCH GTARD CHARMS
IC7 All of the above Goods will be sold at lowest market prices, and discount for Cash.
SUPREME COURT OF THE II AAV A I IAN
Isisnds, in Probate. Order of notice of Petition for
Allowance of accounts, discharge, and final distribution of
property. At Chambers, before Chiff Justice Harris.
In the matter of the ESTATE of WILLIAM WKIGHT, late
of Koolau, Island of Oabu, deceased, intestate.
On reading and filing tbe petition and accounts of II. W.
Schmidt, Administrator of tbe Kstate of William Weight,
late of Koolau, Island of Oahu, deceased, wherrio he asks to
be allowed $t(00, and charges himself with $600. and asks that
the same may be examined and approved, and that a final or
der may be made of distribution of the property remaining in
his hands to the persons thereto entitled, and discharging him
and his sureties from all further responsiol.lt as such Admin
istrator. It is ordered thst MONDAY, the 10th dsy of November, a. P.
1679, at 10 o'clock a. m., before the said Justice, at Chambers,
in the Court House, in Honolulu, be and the same hereby is
appointed as the time and place for hearing said petition aod
accounts, snd that all persons interested msy then and there
appear and show cause, if any they have, why tba same
should not be granted, and may pres-nt evidence aa to wbo
are entitled to the said property. Aod that tbis order, In the
Knglish language, be published in the Pacific Commercial
Advertiser, a newspaper printed and published in Honolulu,
for three successive weeks previous lo tbe time therein ap
pointed for said bearing.
Dated Honolulu, H. I., this 0th dsy of November, A. D. 1879
CIIAS. C. HARMS,
Attest: Chief Justice of the Bupreme Court.
A. ROSA, Deputy Clerk. oil 3t
SUPREME COURT OFTHE HAWAIIAN
lalands, in Probate. Island of Oahu, Hswsllsn Islands,
to it: In tbe matter of the Estate of JAMKS HAKEK, de
ceased. Order appointing time lor probate of will and direct
ing publication of notice of tbe same.
A document, purporting to be the last will and testament of
JAMES MA KEP, deceased, having on the Tth day of Octo
ber, A. D. 1879, been presented to said Probate Court, and
a petition for tbe probate thereof, and for the issuance of let
ters testamentary to P. N. Mskee.W. O. Smith and A. J.
Cartwright, having been filed by them. It is hereby ordered.
That MONDAY, the 27th day of October, A. D. 1879, at 10
o'clock a. m. of said day, at the Court Room of said Court,
at Honolulu, Islsnd of Oahu, in ssid Hawaiian Islands, be
and the same is hereby appointed tbe time for proving said
will and i.earing said application, when and where any person
interested mar appear and contest tbe said will, and the grant
ing ol letters testsmentary.
It is farther ordered, that notice thereof be riven by publl
cation, for three successive weeks, in tbe Pscific Commercial
Advertiser, a newspaper printed and published in Honolulu.
And it is further ordered, that citations be issued to tbe sub
scribing witnesses to said will, and to the heirs of the testator
In this kingdom to sppear and contest tbe probste of said will
at tbe time appointed.
Dated Honolulu, H. I., October 7,1879.
CUA8. C. HARRIS.
Chief Justice Supreme Court.
Attest: A. HOSA, Deputy clerk. ocll St
CUPRK.MG COURT OF THE HAW A II AN
3 ISLANDS, in Probate. In tbe matter of the ESTATE
OF JOHN D. WATSON, late of Kaneohe, Oahu. deceased,
at unamoers, neiore nr. justice iuaa.
On reading and filing the petition and accounts of
WILLIAM O. SMITH, Administrator de b"nis non of the
Kstate ol J. D. Watson late oi Kaneohe, Oahu. deceased.
wherein he asks to be allowed $403.12, and charges himself
with 1695.15, snd ssks that tbe ssme may be examined and
approved, aod that a fioal order may be made of diatribution
ol the property remaining in his bands to the persons thereto
entitled, snd discharging him and his sureties from all further
responsibility aa uuch Administrator.
it is ordered, that TUESDAY, tbe 4th day of Nov. A. D.
1879, at 10 o'clock, A. M. ielore tbe aaid J uat Ice. at Chambers,
in tbe Court Houae. at Honolulu, be and the same hereby is
appointed as the time and place for bearing said petition and
accounts, and that all persons interested msy then and there
appear and show cause, if sny they have, why me samesbouia
not be granted, and may present evidence as lo wbo are enti
tled to the said property.
And that this order, in the English and flawaiisn lanruages,
be published in the Pacific Commercial Advertiser snd Kuokoa
nevapspers printed and published in Honolulu, for three suc
cessive weeks previous to the time therein appointed for said
Dated at Honolulu, U. I , tbis 1st day of Oct., A. D. 1879.
A. FRANCIS JCDU,
Attest: Justice of the Supreme Court.
A. ROSA, Deputy Clerk. oc4 81
CIRCUIT COURT. SECOND JUDICIAL,
DISTRICT, Hawaiian Islands, in Probate. In the
matter of tbe Estste of HKNRY W. DANIKL8 ofWailoku,
Maui, deceaaed, at Chambers
On rrading and filling the petiiioo of William II. Daniels,
asking that letters of administration be issued to him in the
Estate of bis lather Henry W. Daniels of Wailuku, Maul,
It is ordered that FRIDAY, October 24th. 18.9, at 10 a. m.
at Ibe Court House in Wailuku, be set apart as tbe time and
place for hearing said petition and any objections that msy
be made thereto; and all parties Interested are hereby notified
to attend. ABR. FORNANDr.B, -
Circuit Judge 2nd Judicial District, II. I.
Lahaina, Sept. 29lh. 1879. oc4 3t
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
William Joseph Rawlins, Deceased.
A LI Persona hnviniz Claim Maraisaat the
V Estate of W ILLI AM JOhKPli R A WLINd, late of Pa-
lama, Honolulu. Soap Maker, deceased, whether secured by
mortgage or otherwise sre notified to present the same duly
authenticated to tbe Rev. A. Macintosh and William B. Barnes
the Executors named in tbe Will of tbe deceased, at tbe
Office of the ssid William B. Barnes, No 29, Fort Street, In
the city of Honolulu, within six months fr m the date of the
first publication of this Notice, or the ssme will be for ever
barred. And all persons indebted lo the said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment.
Attorney for the Executors.
Dated this 3rd day of October, 1879. oc4 4t
Notice to Creditors.
TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the
- - " w uuji u j me taai
will and testament ot Akong of Honolulu, deceased, and all
persons are truly notified to present claims duly authenticated
attMhw umwH tiw mnrfn.B, n ..)...;.. l. -
. - - v. wiini .in, , mi omce on
Kaabumanu Street, in Honolulu, within six months fjviu the
date hereof or they will be forever barred, and all people hi
denied to said eatate are hereby notified to make Immediate
jwii innoii. SUA, VAH.T WRIQHT.
a.xecuior oi tne lasc Yi ill and Testament of Akona. deceaaed
.rm u, mil. ap2Q
W S, nall't atesl Furrow end Heavy sueal MehUl
at. lOtt Sa .L.. pa, also Light Stset BidvhlU flows, HelTa
Meel Plows. No. A T. . 9. 10, II. 12. IS aad 14; Bade Steel lata.
Breaker, the strongest and best Breaking Plow in wseea the Hants
tioos. Tbs Rule Qoeen, II. 14 and loin Doable 14 la. Gang flues,
One Kvao's Sulky Plow, Axtra Plow Points, Handles and Beam.
ill the aswe PUwt ire Matte expressly far tfcU Market Ij the
Mollne Plew Ce., (Yea the os.t ppre'fs Patterns.
Improve I Planet Jr. Horse Hoes, mads for Csne Calture; Harrows,
Cultivators Lane's Improved Plantation llors, Vstrs' Here. Ne I, t
and 3i lloavy tin. Uoaeueck Meckel lloea, Pirk Asea. Oa V- ses aad
Tmi. 1 'h.ltw ll.w.. .ml Mute 17.1 Urt .nd lltniM. Ploe Haff.
Freezers of the best makes, assorted
use. Wood Saws and Saw Horses. Clothes Driers.
I Urt o n
Beale and Howard Streets,
SAN FRANCI8CO, CALIFORNIA,
W. II. TAYLOR,
a - aj..Vf.as
, - - SBpcrlmUiJeBt,
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
3 IVUIZISJUlf ,
ENGINES AND BOILERS,
Dlgh Preasire r Compginds
STEAM VESSELS of all kinds, built complete with
Hulls of Wood, Iron or Composite.
ORDINARY ENGIN EH compounded when advisable.
STEAM Li A V X C II ICS, Barres and Blaaaa Tugs con
structed with reference lo tbe Trade In which they are to
beemployed. Speed, tonnage and draft of water (aaraa-
SUftAR MILLS AND SUGAR MAKING
MACHINERY made sfter tt.e most approved plana.
Also, all B..ler Iron Work connected therewith.
WATER PI HE. of Boiler or Sheet Iron, of any alas,
made in suitable lengths for connecting together, or kheete
Boiled, Punched, and Packed for Shipment, ready to be
riveted on tbe grouod.
lUl)Ri;i,IG RIVETING. Boiler Work snd Wa
ter Pipe made by tbls Establishment, Riveted by Hy.
drauhc Riveting Machinery, that qua'ity of work bcinc
far superior to hand work.
SHIP WORK. Ship and Steam Cs pa tans. Steam Winch,
es, Air and Circulating pumps, made after the moat ap
PC M PS. Direct Acting Pomps, for Irrlgstloo or City We.
ter Works' purposes, built with the celebrated Davy Valve
Motion, superior to any other pump. ocll Sot
JU3T RECEIVED per STORMY PETREL
6-STEAM CLARIFIERS, 500 GALLONS El CD.
For sale cheap by (sefi tf) H. H-atCKFELD A CO.
AL.I, ANIMALS FOUND TRESPASSING
upon the Crown Landed HONOKA WAL Maui, on or
after November 1st, 1879, will be Impounded according lo law.
, C U- JCD.
aula am Crown Commissioner and Land Agent.
DURING "MY ABSENCE FROM THIS
Kingdom the Hon. Chas. B- Biahop will set for sse un
der s full Power of A ttorney. J. MOTT im itii
Honolulu, July 7, 1879. "UTT
RESIDENTS OF HONOLULU CAN OBTAIN
GRAIN FKD TL RB.EY8 by tbe pieceVdn,a tha
American Lodging House, on Maunakea atreet.
flgm Z. T. SQUIRES.
RAv5l.Ca"XC,B FOR INVESTMENT.
tRr , 7 JPmber 1st. of this year, 160.000 to
lot), 000 on first mminn m .. .i a ".,
valued at $200 000. i.uon,
The crop of 1880 will be from 1000 to 1200 tons. Will nom.
mS,fMkin" n;300ton ' October, 1879. Tbe PtanteAiotTha
150 laborers, aod is well found In Mules, Carta. Ac Machiuerw
lo first class order, and can crush seven or eight tons per oa7
rot lurtner nsvrtirnlkri BTtnlv ta a H.Ja....J
. ni3 sr - rr v en uiiuci sugurT.
VOLUME 13 fthe, P. C. IDVERTIOm
bound or nnhnnnl n.. V V , Bi
Jsnusry 26, 1878. yTi', d g'of TH iVwEND'
bound or nnhnniul . ' " SUIS.M1),
ounbou.d."! Vo,me OA hVhalV'.
The above sn n-j ,. " -
Price, will be paid by P which tal
"" Taos. q. xmtUM.