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FRIDA T. SOrEMBER 7. 1973.
Th arrival cf the steamer brought ths nrwi of an
advance ta snirar, and a general looking op In foulness on
tha Pacific Slop and Eastern cities. This news has so
affected oar business men that new life seems to bare
been infused Into tbem, an! aa wc go to fives there ia
daclUedly mor healthy activity noticeable In business
Circles. Th arrlTala for the (at week have been
Bmnrruw and l&rlude the Kalakaaa. H W Alley. Za
landla. and Cyane from Han Francisco and Viola frrni
Liverpool, and whone cargoes will ai;regate In value the
Oxlmt ram of trffX) poiil,ly more.
Against the Import for Ibe week, we bare onl y tLe
departure of the Bonanza, Amy Turner, and Zealandia to
assist na In producing an cSet in the way of ei porta,
and the cargoes cf these three veasela amount to oij j
$23,673. During the week we have exported MS, 173 Re
ragMT (talced at IZ2.739 J 93. 2U) IT rice, and 230 talea
ALO.iC TIIE UniKlES.
Trie Brit tk Lady Lamcsoo 1 at Brewer Co'a wiarf .
loading for Saa iranclrco, for which pert she will sail
early next week.
The Haw bk Kalakaaa la diM-harglnir at Brewer k Co'a
Wharf. Yesterday tbe Custom Ilooae OflUer made aeizcre
of aoma Opium, which waa nicely packed in tome fire
wood. The Am bk H. W. Almy la dlnrhartring a (renral cargo
of merr haniiae from Haa Francisco at the Laplanade p
posnte the Coatom House.
At tha Old fiteamahlp wharf the Brit bk Viola la dis
charging a general cmrifu fro at Liverpool.
; - TLe Haw brig J. M. Avry baa hauled In to the Espla
nade and will sail bxiay f'r Johnson's Ialand.
The Am bk Cyane la diarhanrina: a general cargo from
EacFranclaco at the foot of i'ort strwt.
The Am bk Penang haa hanled la to P. 34. B. S. dock to
The Hurray and Ella may be looked for In about a
week or ten daya, with later news from ban I'ranrio o.
' oixtot nOWOLULU, H I.
Hot 1 Haw tk Kalakaaa, Jeoka. 21 daya tin San Frsncisca
t Am bk J W Hearer, Mellander, 32 daya fm Jaluit
a Am bk II W Almy, Freeman, 21 daya from 8 Fran
3 Am bk Cyane, Hanson. 22 daya from San Francisco
S P Nil Zealandia, Chevalier, from 8 Francisco
Brtt bk Viola, Price, 139 daya from Liverpool
flor IAm bk J W Beaver, Mellander, fcr Fan Francisco
4 P MSB Zealandia, Chevalier, for Sydney
4 Am bk Amy Tomer. Newell, fur Iloogkoog
a Aa Kb Bonanza, Hitler, lor San Fraociaco
Vessels) far Ileatwlalss fresss t'erriga Part
Am bk Laora R Bornham, New York, doe
Ger bk Augusta, Cardiff, doe Nor 20-23
Brtt bk Lady Head, Londoo, doe Nov 2S-S0
Brtt bk Cam a, Liverpool, doe Dec 14
Brit bk Neraam Castle from Glajgow da Dec 20-25
Catherine Sadden, Port Blake ley doe
Brit bk Highflyer, London viafct Michaels, sailed from Lon
Daw bk Hawaii. Booth Sea lalaode
Bnt bk Contest, Liverpool, eaiied Jsly 30 via Valparaiso
China stmr Wo Chan. Iloogkoog. due
Am bk Helena, New Castle, doe Nov IS-20
Brit bk Tokotea, New Cattle, loading Sept 23
Am bk Ark weight. New Caatie, NIW, loading Sept 9
Am bk D C Murray, Baa Franciaeo. doe Nov 8-13
Am betas Dlacovery, Ban Franciaeo, doe Nov 26-30
Am bktna E!ia, Ban Fnnclaco. doe Nov 8-13
Am bk Jeaoy Pitta, Port Gamble, doe
Bar bk Kale, Bremen, doe Feb 6-10. 1SS0
Am bktne Joa Perkins. Port Gamble, dae
Brit atm Australia, Bvdney, due Nov 24
Am atm City of Sydney, Ban Franciaeo. doe Das 1
Raiaiea ach Vivid, Faaninga Ialand, doe Nov 20-26
Am ahip Gen Batler, Jieweastle, NSW, loading Oct 16.
VESSELS 151 FORT
Am lopaall ach Loleta, Dexter
Haw bgtne Pom are, for aale
Am ach Gecl Harney, Tripp
Haw brig Jalia M Avery, Avery
Am ach Joa WooUey,
Brti kk Lady Lampeoo, klaratoo - -
Haw ach Julia A Long.
Haw ach Giovanni A plant, Gelley
Am bk Revere, Melntyr
Am bk Penang, Paueo
Haw bk Kalakaaa, Jeoka
Am bk H W Almy, freeman
Am bk Cyane, Hanson
Brit bk Viola, Prica
: - . MEMORANDA, f j I
Beport of B M 8 8 Zealandia, Chevalier. Commander,
from Baa Fraaciaco Sov 3. At 1X13 T x. cast off from
PM88 Co' wharf, Saa Franciaeo; and at 2.25 p u. dis
charged "pilot. Sighted Coco Head at 8.15 p M .Nov Sd
and received pilot on board at 9.40 p M. Light and vari
able wind with flaa weather throughout the voyage.
B. McDosaxj. Parser.
Saa Fraaciaco Arrived Oct 2 Am tern Hera. Monsen,
as nee Sept 12; 11 Am ach E nutate. Bole, hence Sept 16;
13 Am bktna EUa. Brown, hence Sept 20; lo Am bktne
Dlacovery. Smith, hence Sept 20; 30 Am bk D C Murray,
Norrla. henca Sept 27; 21 Am ahip Gov Goodwin, Lester,
bence Oct 4.
Astoria Arrtved Sept 28 Brit ship Bavenscrag, Big
gaa. hence Sept 10.
Queaaatowa Arrived Oct 2D Am ship Bobcrt Dixon,
Osgood, henca May 7, via Bakers Island.
Sept 21 Lat 13 X, Ion 28 W, Brit tk Casma, Irving,
from Liverpool for this port.
From flaa Francisco, per' Cyane, Nov 3 pkgs grain,
117 pkgs linoor, 3H pkga trinuninpi. 4.'i0 pkgi coal oil. 4
pea Iron. 8n pea wooden ware. 3'J pkgs proviaiona. 144
canned good, 30 bbl aalmon. 10 pkga hardware. 3-J pkga
tobacco, te.0 aacka Hoar, 2&4 aarka potatoes, S07 pkga
grocarlea, 30 m brick, 1C0 blla lime, 1U pkga fruit, 6e6
From Jatnet, per 3 W Seaver, Kow 3 1 rase ' printii.
ISO ibe tobacco, 4 bags rice, 6 cases blacalt, 1 whalcboat.
From Liverpool, per Viola. Nov. 4, 1471 pkgs Hqtiors.
331 pkga Iron. 12 pkga hardware. 71 pkgs srocries. ' ta
brick. a boxes soap. 16 J pkgs dry gnoda. tn4. T coal. S03
pkgs mlac mdae, pkgs ia traaalta for Portland, Ora
gon. From Baa Franeisco. per W H Almy. Nov. 3 2 pkga
crockery, M2 aacka grain, 31 pkgs f omirare, 200 canes
Coal oil, iU pegs iroviaiciDS, ou cases cannea guoaa. o ooia
aalmon. 300 aacka floor. 00 sacks potatoes. 24 m brick.
37M K W posts, 27S bbl Ume. caaes crackers. 10 box
es fruit. 71S pkga sugar, 3 borsea, XM Dales bay, -XJO pegs
From Baa Francisco, per Zealandia. Nov 420 pkgs
Honors. 80 dcs Iran. 64 pkgs provisions, 38 rases canned
goods. 10 bbla aalmom, 11 pkgs tobacco, SO sacks flcmr, 130
aacka potatoes. 660 boxes trult, 1 horse, 2 iron af ea, 6 boxes
gin, v A misca nut.
From San Fraaciseo. per Kalaksna. Nov. 3 10 pkga
crockery. tt aacka grain. 21 pkga liquors, v pkgs lurm
tnre. 40 pkgs coal oil, 1 pkgs provisions, 220 pkga canned
roods. 3U bbla salmon. 6o pkgs tobacco, 79s sacks ilonr.
ill Becks potatoes. 19 pkgs groceries. 24 m bricks. 225
tola lime, 30O cases crackers. 100 pkgs frntt. 17 bbla
agar, 2 horses, 1 iron safe, 140 bales hay 426 pkgs mlac
For Hongkong, per Amy burner, Nov 4 3 pkgs near.
70 pka Coflee, 3Jo tons coal. Foreign value, 918.70; Do
' meatio vaiue, (707.47.
For Sydney, per Zealandia, Nov 4 230 bale pnia.l box
seed cane. Domestic value. $1).1.
For Saa Francisco, per Bonanza, Nov S 3293 pkgs su
gar, 962 pkgs lice. Domestic value, 127,459.31.
From Bon ham's Island, per J W Seaver, Nov 3 Capt F
Frank, O Nielsen, 21 Botumaa Ialanders, 3 Uawaiiaua.
From San Francisco, per Kalakaaa. Nov 3 Col Norria .
Chas Barton, wife ana mot tier, Mrs Jonn Aeai ana tnree
children. A B Kinkwood. Geo W Lewis, Wm M Miller h.
wife, Thoa Price. M Foley, W i Caacndden. M Douglas,
Ueorge nneaer, i niuumi, aa Divpuer, eouu .tiauu,
From Saa Francisco, per Helea W Almy, Nov 3 Mrs
Wm Barrill. Chas Bnmll. Maurice Walsh. A K Miller, 1
J Avery, J MeDade, K t Wella and wife. Wm O'Connor,
T Hlxon. Q Bowser, wife and two children. Miss A Pres
cott. Jose Maria, Louis Fasser.
From Ran Francisco, per Zealandia. Nov 4 Dr A C
Wight. II Waterhouae. II I L Builen. A Barstow, C H
Gunning. Mr Kempeter. A McWeyne, F K Morrison. Jno
Hewston. W R Peniman, B W Jordan. M C Wilson. 1 H
Coney, i Lonrey, M P Jones. 8 V Wsrdrobe. Mr Lonis
aon. W B Greenafelder, Mr and Mrs tills. Mr and Mrs
Castle. Mrs Hmita and child. Mrs J berhard. Mary Mey
ers, Carrie Weithrect, Mrs. Master and Misa Dowett. Wm
Kennedy. J Gillespie, John Carden. A Sinclair, J Fowler,
Thomaa Ellis. Mrs J Goetae. Mrs B Mathews and child.
A Chlhl and wife. Mrs A Brown. John Uil Don. J Bogers.
M Franels, Bnae Isnbwr. C P llarrett. P Lipskl. A
Bhreus, A La Croix. James Armstrong. Oeurge Jonea. J
Roberta. W H Williams. Mrs Mean Ion. Thomaa Hares. J
O'Brien. A Keating. C C Wilson. F Lester. V McMillen,
John Carter, and i-4 Chinese, in transit va.
For Svdnev. cer Zealandia. Nov 4 Geo Lambert.
' For San Francisco, per Bonanza, Now a Jno Bisccnde,
Mrs L. S Carrlgan.
Ivxs GtATZ la Honolaiu. Oct 31st, 1479. at the real,
dance of the bride's father. Fkksbucx A. Ivia to liis
An Agitator Arrested In Ireland.
Loxdos, October 26. A Dublin despatch re
ports Lbt man named Leonard, an Iri.-b-Ameri-cao
ha been arrested at Charleston, Coantj ilajo,
It eland, lor poatioK threatening; notices oo bis
boose. A document implicating bim in illegal
movement wta found oo bim.
BoxB, October 27 Various associations, fire
hundred and sixty ia number, bare signiCed their
adhesion to the programme ot the meeting to be
held at Naples on the 25th instant, in favor of gen
eral disarmament throughout the world.
The Fcrpolo Jlomano announces that serious dan
ger threatens the Italian Pre. An association,
mostly composed of foreigners, haa purchased sev
eral newspapers representing different political
opinion ia various parts of the peninsula, includ
ing? two of established reputation, one in Home
sJd the other in Naples. The association i aUo
trying to obtain possession ol a telegraph agency.
The) Pvpolo Homano calls tbe attention I the
Minister of the Interior to the serious consequences
liialr to follow the concentration of a number of
newspapers and a telegraphic ageacy in the hands
of such aa association.
Angry at Salisbury.
cT PrrxBSBTBO, October 22 Tbe Russian press
Le indignation at Salisbury's allusion to
RnP,f 5 bU recent speech at Manchester. The
Hesienaer lays it ia unusual for a Foreign
SKet n apiak thus of a friendly nation and
H .nch language ia not calculated to contribute
l tiJ ! minnce of peace and good relations.
5 Thebau Drunk Again.
f Losnoy, October 21 A Rangoon despi-tcb say,
-" tm in a warlike mood. The
& JSXnES ta the Britbh Residency building
jure neen unj
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8.
Titer e is certainly a new band at tbe bellows in
the Cazitle establishment, probably eome one of
tbe new combination who intend to carry on that
jajr after tbe retirement of the j resent proj rie
tor. The tone ol the editorials in the lasf iseue
is a decided imj rovenuent on the rlijehad ttyle j
wbicb Las characterized that journal during eev- ,
eral jaet jears. W'e recognize the charge "and j
are thankful for it, as a relief from the usual
weekly doee of crudities and otfurdities. The :
present and evidently prospective editor of the i
. ,, . 1
Uaztlte is a wormy writer ana generally correct
in bis grammer, although liable at times to expoee
the order of tbe " shop." Under its new aus
pices, in advance, we wish the Gazette well.
Qt iTEa large numberof names have been brought
forward as candidates for tbe next Legislature
from this district. As has been tbe rule for years
past, tbe wealthy, and principal tax-paying por
tion of the community, take no interest in this
subject. They allow the election of the represen
tatives of tbe people certainly a most important
consideration to g j by default, never attending
tbe polls or using tbeir influence at tbe elections.
A similar state of affairs occurred in the City of
New York some years ago, when the political ap
athy of tbe monied class allowed the government
of that city to drift into the bands of thieves and
sharpers. Now unless our lax-payers will take
an interest in tbe business of choosing law-makers,
we may expect a poor representation in the
next Legislative Assembly.
The akrital of tbe bark J. W. Seaver, Capt. J.
. Melander, on tbe 2d inst., from Conham's Is
land furnishes us with news from that portion of
the world, and as those islands are the source
from wbicb we hope to obtain the necessary la
bor supply for the plantations, our attention is
naturally drawn towards tbem with considerable
interest. It is approaching near to tbe time
when the movement, under the auepices of our
Government, should begin to develop itself in a
manner that would show the results of the under
taking, and those results should be beneficial.
As we have before said, in the columns of the
Advertiser, tbe natives of Polynesia are the
source from which must spring the necessary ele
ment for the re-population of these Islands, and
we must needs use every effort to impress those
who arrive with the thought that they are among
people whose wish it is to benefit tbem. Our
Government should also keep a sharp eye to wind
ward, that nothing may occur to prevent the suc
cessful accomplishment of the present undertak
ing, as a weighty problem, tbe life of a nation,
may b solved by the addition of this cognate
race. A defeat would result in destruction to
future South Sea Island immigration projects,
for wbicb, after this timely warning, the Govern
ment would have but itself to blame.
California's Export Trade with the Haw
THSEX TEARS BK70RI TBS TREATY COMPARED WITH
THREE TEARS A ITER THE TREATT.
The following Export Tables are taken from tbe
9. F. Merchant of Oct. 10th, which will prove of
interest to our Ialand readers:
From the books of tbe Custom House at the port
of San Francisco we have compiled the following
interesting tables. Unfortunately we have been un
able to exhibit tbe comparison between tbe goods
shipped ont of bonded warehouses and in transit
daring the three years before the ' treaty, aa we ex
hibit them daring the three years after the treaty.
FBOM 1st SEPTEMBEK, 1873, TO 1st SEPTEMBEB, 1879.
SOXXmO KX FORTS.
lecejuber... ........ 2i,9t4
Total domestic exports 81,421
1?J IinnirT f9.0M3
AnmiM . 2B.7H7
November ........... ....... 32.629
Total domestic exports 495,452
1875 January 4,034
November.... MM, 175
Total domestic exports 567.590
137G January 72.493
Julv . 28,542
Total domestic exports 317.37G
A FT EH THE TBEATY.
187ft September 133.232
December. ......................... ...... ib,437
Total domestic exports 3x0,166
Goods ex bonded warehouse 115,774
Goods in transit 39,762
Grand Total 525,602
1377 January 45.506
Total domestic exports 1,308,5:19
Good a ex bonded warehouse...... ............. 39.728
Gooda In transit 105.200
Grand total.. 1,513.467
173 January 87,813
February 1 49,94 1
Total domestic exports 1,C9.463
Goods ex bonded warehouse 35,394
Goods la transit..... 153.454
Grand total ft 1.853,311
1975 January 15fi,S-o
Total domestic exports 1,323,861
Gooda ex bonded warehouse 29.229
Goods In transit 151.774
Grand total 1.504.964
In tbe three yeara elnce the treaty.
Domestic exporta amounted to 4.702.029
In the three years before the treaty.
Domeatlc exporta only amounted ta 1,461,8.'9
Increase in domestic exports daring three
That is, oar domestic exports have increased
nearly two and one-half times.
In the fiscal years, that Is. Jane to June, 1673-4.
tbe amount of foreign goods shipped from San
Francico to Hawaii were valued at 843.0S3; in
1874-5, at $26,348; in 1S75-6, at $40,190; in
1876-7, partially after the treaty was adopted, at
854.990; in 1877-8, at S1G3.520; in 1878-9. at
S52 GS3. From this it appears that except in ona
year since tbe treaty. 1877-8. there has been no se
rious increase in the value of foreign goods taken
by tbe Hawaiian from this port. While our
domestic exports have grown so rapidly, tbe
demand on our bonded warehouses for foreign j
goods only increased from S43.688 in 1873-4. to ;
S52.G53 in 1878-9. !
Tin? goods nhipped in transit and out of bond j
inc- 'b treaty, amount, in valne. to 710,315. j
1 n-! are largely either American manufactures
from otter Mu'es or loreign iree gooes. iut vu
tire foreign dutiable goods shipped through this
port in ibe past three fiscal years, enly amount to
S271.1C3. On these foreign dutiable goods our
meicbants are making a piofli ; and even on free
good shipped through this port in transit. Califor
nia makes something on the handling and forward
ing agency commissions. The greater proportion
of tbe profit, however, of this transit trade is made
by Eastern merchants and znannjacturers in the
States of this Union where the goods were pro
duced. Ol the increase In domestic exports S3.23O.190,
nearly tbe whole is tbe direct result of California
or American labor, being produced from tbe soil
of the country and worked up Into tbe form in
w bicb it is exported by farmers, wood-workers,
brick-makers, millers and manufacturers.
The Other Side.
To the Editor of the Pacific Commercial Advertiser:
It hardly seems fair to let tbe public labor un
der a false impression by articles written for self
aggrandizement only, or else by one unacquain
ted with bis subject. I refer to a contribution
from Observer " in last week's issue of the
Gazette. From the very fact that our Legisla
ture, chosen by the people as men best qualified
to regulate such affairs, to pass adversely upon
such a ridiculously absurd question should suffice.
Any person who is a successful business man will
not. unless from other causes than purely a busi
ness transaction, advance money without being
well secured for tbe payment thereof, and should
be so do without having the right to thoroughly
investigate from time to time as be might deem his
ioterest demanded be must be lacking somewhere.
It is not only example of precedence on these Id
lands, but elsewhere, that where a numberof per
sons assume severally the right to dictate to the
management, tbe enterprize has resulted in failure.
I would ask what prompts tbe agent to make
these advances 7 It is not merely from a philan
thropic motive to help some poor deserving fellow,
or their deire to gratify the whim, of an imbe
cile ; but it is because they see a high rate of inter
est they ee a commission, and a bigb scale of
prices at which to dispose of their stock of goods.
If they are unfortunate enongb to make theBe
loans on n false basis that is tbeir own lookout
Again be - Observer," does not seem to realize
that the man who carries this heavy debt is sub
jected to grievances wbicb be is unable to remedy,
and is frequently compelled to comply with the
unreasonable demands of the agent against bis
better judgment ; and are the agents of Hawaii
nei " mines of wealth in themselves? If not to
whom are they indebted for their supplies of cash T
And are not bis observations applicable to tbem
but be omits that.
But lastly to confine myself to the subject which
has incited bis remarks, I do not know of any
manager, and further, I do net believe there is
one, who would not comply with any reasonable
request coming from a gentleman interested, ask
ing for an inspection of bis plantation.
ROYAL HAW'N THEATRE!
SATURDAY "eVEiNING, NOV. 8th.
TUESDAY EVENING, NOV. 11th.
Everj thing New J Nothing Repeated 1 1
Houses crowded nightly with the sxitb of the City.
Everybody Is mystided by
THORNE & X JR VIIV,
The Great Katie King Mystery!
ProC Fay'a Inexplicable Dark Seance !
The Eddy Brothers' Tests !
THE GREAT EXPOSER Of Till
Rope Tieing Seance,
ON THE UPPER STAGE IN FULL LIGHT.
MATERIALIZATION Ot THE DEAD !
Spirits emerging from the Cabinet. Do the Dead retarn or
is it a deception.
BURNISHED ROOMS. AT NO. 3 GARDEN
l.ac. ids) inquire ai iuinuriitD.
A DWELLING HOUSE IN NUUANU
M'iSI valley, containuig ten rooms, servants' booses, horse
JlO and carriage stables. Alio, three acres or good pas
ture land. A great variety ot fruit trees and a large flower
garden, uovernment water laid on. 1 ne premises are in
good condition. Address: P. O. Box 169, or enquire of
n8 a MAGNIN.
'1'IIE PREMISES BELOW NUUANU BRIDGE,
M. lately occupied by II oo. B. A. P. Carter rent, $700 per
annum. The dwelling has been newly painted and papered
throughout. anquire or
nSlf A. JAEGER.
.4 SILVER WATCH. WITH CHAIN A T-
xm. tacbed, oo Manoa Valley road. Owner can have the
same by applying to the undersigned, proving property and
paying costs ol sdvertising In the Kngluh and Hawaiian news
papers and for my caring of the same. If not called for with
in 30 days after Nov. lit. I will claim the watch.
na 8t D. KAHAKP, Pamoa, Manoa Valley.
THREE LARGE. WELL LIGHTED
and well ventilated rooms, over D. W. Clarke's Jew
elry Store, Merchant Ht. Suitable for professional
business purposes. Terms reasonable, to a good tenant.
n8 2t Iuquireof K.S. CUNilA.
4 YOUNG MAN. A CAPITAL WRITER.
and Competent Copyist, desires a position as an Assist
ant Book-Keeper, or solicits Copying. Address:
WK1TKK, care C. T. uuuck.
av A BLACKSMITH'S SHOP. WITH OR
without Ibe Tools, on the Bay Horse Premises, Hotel
X etreet. for particulars, inquire of
T O. W. UOCGUT AILING,
dS tf Hotel Street.
UIIYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE.
SL orth-east corner of Fort and Hotel Street.
07 Eepecia! attention given to Gents' Urinary Diseases.
'tHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING RECENTLY
I received the Agency of Monuments, Headstone., Ac, by
special arrangement with the manufacturers, is sble to furnish
the ssme at lower figures tbsn they have heretofore been sold.
Designs snd Drawings can be seen at my store on Merchant
Ht . one door from Bishop A Co.'s Bank. By pricing these
articles, tbe enormoos reduction will at once be seen.
Tne inducements 1 offer are such that people have no need
of sending elsewhere.
nStf FRANK GERTZ.
EX LATE ARRIVALS,
AVARIETF OF NIPPLES. MOST AP
PROVED Nursing Apparatus, Elastic Trusses, assorted ;
l.actopeptine, Injection Brou,
Eucalyptus Oil, genuine; Elixir of Beef,
Iron and Mine, do. Peruvian Bark,
Suspensory Bandages. Syringes,
Citrate Magnesia, Tarrant's Aperients,
And a Great Variety of
Drugs and Medicinal Preparations
ALL WARRANTED NEW AND GENUINE,
From the Best Hannratteries !
Lubiii's Toilet Articles,
From Paris Direct!
Exquisite Toilet Powder, Soaps and Perfumery,
Combs, Brushes, Cosmetic, Oriental Toothwash,
Fine Tooth Powder, Cocoa ine, Bosodoot,
Carboline, Extract Ginger,
Finest German A American Cologne,
Calliston for the Complexion,
Variety of Carbolic Soaps, sc.
FOR SALE AT
DR. ED. HOFFMANN'S
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE 1
PRINCKYILLE PLANTATION CO., held on Wednes- j
day, Oct. 22, 1ST8, the following Officers were elected for the
President Colona W. F. Alien
Secretary A Treasurer P. C. ."ones
Auditor F. A. lehaefer
o2ulm P. C. JONK8, Jr., Secretary.
A PURSE CONTAINING A SUM OF MONEY.
Tbe finder win please retarn part to 6d Beretania St
and keep the money. it
Sanla Claus Head-quarters !
OWING TO TIIE VERT EXTENSIVE
Assortment of Holiday Goods thU have just come to
hand ex Kalakaaa and Zealandia, tht undersigned would re
spectfully Inform his patrons and the public generally, that
his Fort Street Store will be closed next week for ths opening
up and arranging the same, UNTIL IATCRDAT, ths I6ta
inst., when it will be re-opened with a Fins Stock that has
been selected with extra care to suit tbe tastes of this market:
particulars of which win be given nex week.
XT All Goods will be plainly marfcd, and lower rates than
heretofore will rule, to encourage CASH PURCHASERS.
It THOfl. G. THRUM.
WILL BE HELD ON THIRSDAY, NOV. 20.
IN THE BASEMENT ROOMS OP THE
Fort Street Church, the availsof which will be used for
paying off the debts incurred in naking repairs and enlarging
the Church. Donations from friods on the other islands will
be gratefully received. AU persois interested are requested
to send their contributions of Famy Articles and Refreshments
without further notice.
Doors Open at 3 p. m. Jdmtsslon, Fifty Cents;
ET Contributions or Communkatioos should be addressed to
51R9. W. C. PARKE,
MRS. W. F. ALLEN,
or MISS H. 8. JUDD.
A HOUSE AND LOT IN KAPALAMA.
For particulars, inquire of
nl tf U. IIACKFELD A CO.
AN ORDER ON E. A. M'DUPFEE FOR
1 OO. payabk on demand, In favor of Geo. Kd wards.
All persons are cautioned against negotiating for the same, as
payment has been stepped. (nl f ) GEO. KD WARDS.
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL
persons that the unlersigned have been appointed ad
ministrators of the estate of the late Henry VV. Daniels, de
ceased, of rTailuku, Maoi, by the Hon. A. Fornander, Circuit
Judge 2i Jadicial District, H. I. All parties holding claims
against the said estate ate notified to present them with tbeir
proper vouchers, at Walaku, aforesaid, within six months
from this date, or they sill be forever barred; and all parties
indebted lo said estate ae herewith notified to settle them
forthwith. WILLIAM H. DANIELS,
Wailakn, Maul, Oct. 24th, 1879. nl 4t
"Waihee Sugar Co. Limited Liability.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. THAT AT
a Meeting of the Stock-holders of the Waihee bugar Co.,
held In Honolulu on tbe 2'th day of Oct., a. D. 1879, to elect
officers to fill the vacances caused by the death of James
Makee, and the lesignatioi of remaining officers, the following
officers were elected, viz:
Parker N. Makee President,
Charles B. Makee ...Vice President,
Alexander J. Cartwright. ........ .....Treasurer,
William O. Smith.- Secretary.
nl 3t WM. 0. SMITH. Bec'y.
Executors' Notice-Estate of James Makee
TviIE UNDERSIGNED. DULY APPOINTED
Executors of the Esttte of the late James Makee, de
ceased, give notice to all ptrties having claims against ths said
estate to present tbem to tie undersigned, with proper vouch
ers, within six months fron this date, or they will be forever
PARKER N. MAKEE,
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
ALEX. J. CARTWRIQHT,
Honolulu, Oct. 27th, 18P. (nl 3t) Executors.
ON THE 22d DAY OP OCTOBER. 18TO.
1, the undersignid,was authorised by the Hon A. For
nander. to sell by pubic siction. the Real Estate of Kanaka
bou. Therefore, know all persons, that in the front of the
Court House at Ulupaakua, Maui, on SATURDAY, Novem
ber 29th, 1879, 1 shall proceed to sell that certain piece of
land of said Kanakahoa, more particularly described in Royal
Patent No. 3188, containing 64 40-100 acres. Terms cash.
Deed at the expense of purchaser.
Administrator ol Estate of Kanakahou.
Honuaala, Maul, Oct. 23, 18'9. nl 4t
BY VIRTUE OF A DEED OF ASSIGN
ment mads October !3th. 1879. by F. H. WILT, then
doing business in HonoJnluaj Cabinet Maker and Upholsterer,
of all his Stock, Tools, Accounts and Property ol whatever
kind, for the benefit of bis creditors. Notice is hereby given
to all parties concerned to present their claims duly authenti
cated, and parties owing to nake immediate payment to I. B.
PETERSON, Collector for tte Estate.
THOS. G. THRUM, Assignee.
AT THE ANNUAL MKET1NG OF TIIE
WAILUKU SUGAR CO., held on Tuesday, Oct. 21.
1879, the following gentlemen were elected as Officers of the
Company for the enssing year i
President Hon. C. R. Bishop
Treasurer P. C. Jones, Jr
Becretary A. 8. Uartwell
Auditor M. P. Robinson
o251m AI.FRKD 8. HARTWKLL, Secretary.
THE PARISIAN RESTAURANT
WILL BK KEPT OPEN
hereafter EVERY EVENING (ex
cept Sunday) until Toss O'clock,
where the best uf Oyster Stews, Fancy
Roasts. Fried aud Panned Oysters, and all other delicacies can
be had. (o2o if) L. DEJKAN.
mllG WHITE HOUSE. 74 FORT STREET
1 Furnished Roons to siit all. Separate and Doable Rooms
New Furniture, New Bedding. Everything Clean and Neat,
and will be kept so at from $1.50 to $3.00 per week.
BATH EOOMS AUD CLEAN TOWELS !
o2S lm MRS. JAS. T. WHITE.
MR. P. C. JONES. Jr.. HOLDS MY POWER
ol A ttornev during si v absence from this Kingdom.
MR. S. B. DOLE will atten.l to all matters connected with the
John Ii Estate. A. F. JCDU.
Honolulu, Oct. 24, 1879. o2 3t
RESIDENCE OP TIIE LATE E. G
M. ADDERLY. a short distance above the first bridge, on
Nuuanu Avenue. The lot ii nearly half an acre in sise. For
further information enquire on tbe premises. octo im-
FRANK GERTZ. BOOT AND SHOEMAKER,
has removed bia business from Hotel Street to the Store
on Merchant Street. formerU occupied by D. v . Clark. oc
PERSONS WISHING EMPLOYMENT,
and Merchants, Planters and others wishing to engage
trustworthy employees, are invitea to appiy to
8. B. DOLE.
B. F. DILLINGHAM,
sel3 Employment Committee of the Y. M. C. A.
a V. sx-iwav.s PnilMI TRKS PASSING
A upon the Crown La:ids of HONOKAWAl. Maui, on or
after November 1st, 1879, will be impounded according to law.
C. H. JUDD,
sulS 3m Crown Commissioner snd Land Agent.
ran if: l'VDF.rsirved HAVING BEEN
M duly appointed temporary administrator of the estate of
ibe late U. Patrick Haniy. of wauusu, ueceaseu, wouia re
spectfully call upon all persons indebted to said estate, to
make immediate payment; and all persons having claims
against the same are requested to present them, with the
proper vouchers, within six months from the date of this no
tice, or they will be forever barred.
THOS. W. EVERETT.
Temporsry Administrator Estate of H. Patrick Hardy, dee'd.
Wailuku, Maui. Oct. 21th. 1879. nl 4t
HONOLULU FIRE DEPARTMENT NOTICE.
The Fire Tower Bell will be Rung
AT 4:30 O'CLOCK.
On the Last Saturday Afternoon of Each
Month, Till Further Notice !
Per Order: CHAS. T. GULICK,
Nov. 1st, 1879. (nl tf ) Sec'y H. F. D.
Ex " Arkwright" and Tokotea,"
Best Wallsend Screened Coal
w.T S8.50 IPEPt TOTST,
Id Lots of ItO Tons and Tpwards.
nllm WILDER V CO.
5rT"l "5 SHtrTresmomf
SUPREME COURT OF T II E II A V A II A N
Islands. In Probate. Order of notice of Petition for
Allowance of accounts, discharge, and final distribution of
property. At Chambers, before Associate Justice L McCuItv.
In the matter of the ESTATE OF HENRY O. BUCKLI.N,
late of Honolaiu. deceased.
On reading and filing the petition and accounts of James A.
Hopper. Kxecutor of tbe Will of HENRY O liCCKLlN. late
of Honolulu., Hawaiian Islands, deceased, wherein be asks to
be allowed $404.17 and charges himself with $2 Oil 03, and ask
that the same msy be examined and approved, and that a final
order may be made of distribution of the property remaining in
his hands to the persons thereto en tilled, and discbaixlnc him
and his sureties from all further responsibility as such Kxecu
tor. It is ordered that WEDNESDAY, the 10th day of Dec, a. d.
1879. at 10 o'clock a. m., before the said Justice, at Chambers,
in tbe Court House, in Honolulu, be and the same hereby is
appointed as the time and place for hearing said petition and
accounts, and that all persons interested msy then and there
appear and show cause, if any they have, why the same
should not be granted, and may present evidence as to who
are entitled to the said property. And that this order, in the
English language, be published in the Pacific Commercial
Advertiser, a newspsper printed and published in Honolulu,
for three successive weeks previous to the time therein ap
pointed for said hearing.
Dated at Honolulu, H. L. this 4th day of November, a. b. 1S79
- Justice of the Supreme Court.
A. ROSA, Deputy Clerk. n8St
SUPREME COURT OF THE HAW A 1 1 A N
ISLANDS, In Probate. In the matter of the ESTATE
OF AKONG, late of Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaiian Ia, deceased.
Order of notice of petition for allowance of accounts, dis
charge and final distribution of property. At Chambers, be
fore Chief Justice Harris.
On reading and filing the petition and accounts of
ALEX J. CART WRIGHT, Executor of the Estate or Akong,
deceased, late of Honolulu. Oahu. Hawaiian Islands, wherein
he asks to be allowed $13,049.20. and charges himself
with $19,211.00, and asks that the same may be examined and
approved, and that a finsl order may be made of distribution
oi the property remaining in his bands to the persons thereto
entitled, and discharging him and his sureties from all further
responsibility as such Executor.
It is ordered, that MONDAY, the 8th day of Dee., A. D.
1879, at 10 o'clock. A. M. before tbe said Justice, at Chambers,
in the Court House, at Honolulu, be and the same hereby is
appointed as the time and place for hearing said petition and
accounts, and that all persons interested may then and there
appear and show cause, if any they have, why the same should
not be Tanted, and may present evidence as to who are enti
tled to the said property.
And that this order, in the English and Hawaiian languages,
be published In the Pacific Commercial Advertiser and Kuokoa
newspapers printed and published in Honolulu, for three suc
cessive weeks previous to the time therein appointed for said
Dated at Honolulu, H. I., this 5th day of Nov., A. D. 1879.
. , . , - CHAS. C. HARRIS,
Chief Justice Supreme Court.
Attcstt A. ROSA, Deputy Clerk. n8 3t
SUPREME COURT OF THE HAWAIIAN
Islands, in Probate. In the Estate of WILLIAM F.
DAMON, of Honolulu deceased, intestate, before Mr. Justice
On reading and filling tbe petition of Edward C. Damon of
Honolulu, alleging that William F. Damon of said Honolulu,
died intestate at said Honolaiu, oo the 23d day of October, A.
D. 1879, and praying that Letters of Administration issue to
aid Edward C. Damon.
It is ordered that WEDNESDAY, the 12th day of Novem
ber, A. D. 1879. at 10 o'clock, A. M.,be and hereby is ap
pointed for bearing said petition before the said Justice, in the
Court room of this Court, at Honolulu, at which lime and
place all persons concerned may appear and show cause, if
any they have, why said petition should not be granted, and
that this order be published in the English language, for three
successive weeks, in the Pacific Commercial Advertiser news
paper in Honolulu.
Dated Honolulu, H. I., Oct 24th. A. D. 1879.
Attest: Justice of the Supreme Court.
A. ROSA, Deputy Clerk Supreme Court. oc25 3t
BAGS, BAGS !
Expected to Arrive daily by the Bark
Viola from Liverpool.
For Sale by
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER A CO.
Oxen and Beef Cattle For sale
ON THE 13th DAY OP NOV., 1879,
W. H. Bailey will offer for sale at his pen In Makawao,
SIXTY HEAD PRIME WORKING OXEN t
For Five Days thereafter he will have for sale in Wailuku
Fine Working Oxen, Fat Beef Cattle, and
Good Milch Cows.
nl 21 WILLIAM n. BAILEY
LEWERS & DICKSON,
Importers and Sealers in
NOir WEST LUMBER
Boards, Scantling, Battens, Tongued and Groove, 4c.
All Kinds of Seasoned Stuff.
EASTERN WHITE PINE,
SECOND GROWTH ASH !
BIM till JUT BOARDS k PIMK,
Port Orford Cedar,
KOA BOARDS AND PLANK
On Hand, and
SAWED TO ORDER !
JUST RECEIVED !
A Full Assortment of
Paints and Oil,
. Spruce Ladders,
from 12 to 24 feet long;
At Lowest Market Rates !
LEWERS & BICKSOIV.
Frsns L. frld. Berlin.
Just Received in Splendid Order
And Tor Sale bv
myl7tf H. IIACKFELD A- CO.
JUST RECEIVED per STORMY PETREL
6 STEAM CLABIFIEBS, 500 GALLOXS EACH.
For sale cheap by (sefl if) H. H-sCKFELD fc CO.
fplp-' Grand Opening
M ELLIS. FISH
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS !!
Corner of Fort
23. . TBLIL'ImEm SOB1
II AVE JUST EECEIYEt)
Fresbi supply of Goods by the EUREKA from San Francisco, and Overland from New
York and Boston, and by the FREDERICK just arrived from England,
ALSO, BY THE
AMY TURNER arrived lately from Boston, and to come by the LAURA B. BURN
HAM, expected within a month, from New York,
FULL ASSORTMENT OF MERCHANDISE-
These have all been purchased for CASH, at the lowest prices, and will be SOLI) CHEAP. Among ths
ss any articles offered are ths following:
20,000 GAIssInOIaTS OF OIL,
DOWNRR'SBestKeroseoeandtheFavoriteNOOXDATOil.bothorhlKhtestt also, the
KL.KCTRIC Oil, 108 test; Lard Oil, Neats Foot Oil, Uubbuck's aod American Boiled and Raer Linseed Oil,
Paraphine Oil, cheap lubricating; oil; Cylinder Oil.
Plan fit 3r. Horsa Soft- and
Bows, Pick and Ax Mattocks, Oos, Hall's Rice Does, Ox Chains, Trace Chains, Horse and Mule Collars and Hamas, Plow Har
ness. Cart Harness, Shovels snd Spades of all sises and prices, Hoe, Ax, Pick, Oo and B novel handles. Fence Wire and Staples,
Hall's Cane Hatchets, 1)1 STO IS S tc COLLI SiS' Cane Knives, different patterns; COTTON W A STIC In Balsa,
Kubber and Hemp PACKING.
rBV. Anvils. Bellows, Hledres and Hammers of all sises. Portable Forffr
.UlSlCltSnillll S JLOOISs Carriage Bolts. Machine Bolts, Lag Screws, bolt sods, aU sises;
Clinch Rings, Hexigon and Square Nuts, all sices; Iron Washers, and Coe's Wrenches from 0 to 21 In.
CalPpCfltCr'S TOOlSa Shoemaker's Tools and Findings, Cooper's Tools, Harness Materials.
The Fullest & Best Stock of Builder's & Shelf Hardware in the Market rt. l
Butts and Hinges of all kinds and sises. Brass, Iron and Bronse Bolts of all sises. Sash Locks, Sash Rollers,
Sash Curd and Weights, 100 dos. Door Locks ol all kinds and priees, 100 dos. Padlocks, Chest, Trunk. Wardrobe,
Drawer and Till Locks, Sand Paper, Emery Pstper and Cloth. Corn and Flour Emery. (Hue, several kinds;
ALUM, ROSIN, BORAX, PLAS-TKR of PARrri, Potash, Carbolic of Lime, Carbolic Bosps, Krssivs Yellow Soap,
Caslile and Harness 8oap, Pulverized Pumice and Boap Stone, Whet, Band, Soap, Scythe, and Grind Stones.
jsj, Casks Hubbnck's Zins, Casks Uubbuck's Lead, Red Lead, Yellow Ochre
-BL all II l OJsV JLlll9llf3Ss Venetian Red, Whiting, Black Lead, Turpentine . Varnl.hes ol all kinds,
Furniture Polish, Bhelluck, Burnt Umber, Pana Green, dry ; Metallic Paint, Uubbuck's snd Mssury'sCan Paints lor
House & Caniage Painting of every color, Amer'n White Lead in Kegs, Paint Brushes Whitewash Brushes, all slsfs.
Cntlnnv r -K new nd splendid assortment of TABI.K CCTI.ERV English and American Pocks ...
a II SUM jr .TTCutlary of all kiwfa aod Prloa t, Wads at Batcher's Ha Burs, Oreeo River Butcher Knives and
Hunting Knives, Farriers' Knives, Putty Knives.
Fairbanks & BtifTalo Scales SSfifc Vtifffit; IVAZttTSBi
of all sixes, Grindstone Fixtures.
f nniliAti California Harness, Russeti Ski Itlng, Oak and Hemlock Bole Leather, Bridle Lining Bklna
JLiteXl-HItM assorted colors; cheep Bkins smd Uoat Skins tnel. French and Philadelphia Call Skins,
Ca ifornia and Hawaiian Calf and Kip Skins, good quality; Mides, Laee and Cut Lace Leather.
Shoe Lasts. Boot Trees. Boot Webb, Boot Crimps, I Uivers and Knives, Shoe Nails and tfhoe Pegs of all slcea.
Copper Rivets aod Bars, Shoe Wit, Bees Wax, 8h te Thread, all kinds.
ssPsTI a t,Of all sizes, both black and ga Ivsnixed, Clinch. Finish, Boat, Horse and Clout Nails, all Sises.
ill 1M slIbIIS a heavy stock ol American Wood Screws, Tinned and Iron Tacks, assorted.
Handled Axes, all kinds; Hatchets of many kinds ami prices, Maieheta, Galvanised Corrugated Iron Roofing, 6, T k S ft,
Hawaiian 8 Card & Block HI ate lies TlrV.S.Ttav.K
advantage o' being IIOMK HAUK 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. i
A full and most desirable assortment,
night from the Factory
FOR SALE AT 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 knoxon.
Refrigerators, assorted; Ice Cream Freezers of the best makes, assorted
A very good assortment of BASKETS for household use. Wood Saws and Caw Horses, Clothes Driers '
Chopping Trays, and msny articles for kitchen use Galvanized Tubs and Buckets or all sises. tun Ladders
. A few old fashioned BRASS KETTLES, so much prised by hcuso keepers, Iron Pots,
Farmers1 Caldrons for plantation use. . ,
Bales Amoskeag Denims, Bales Amoskeag Ticking,
Bales Unbleached Cotton, Bales Unbleached Drilling.
J2xpected in a few weeks, the Largest and ttnest Assortment of
SILVER PLATED WARE EVER DISPLAYED IN HONOLULU
This has been selected with special care, snd many of tbe articles are of the mast elegant design and are entirely sww
The plated ware from Messrs. R KED at BA RTON'U Kstabltshnient, Is of ths best quality and is warranted to viva ..ii.f..7i.'
A very fine assortment of PLATED SPOONS. FORKS and KNIVKf Ac, Just received and for Bale Cheap sausiaauots.
Also on hand, just received from tbe GORHAM MANUFACTURING COMPANY, a beautiful line of HO I.I n Mir
V ER V A RE In elegant cases. Just the thiDg for Christmas or Wedding presents.
A SMALL ASSORTMENT OF CRYSTAL COMPASSES FOR WATCH CTARD CHICKS.
(T7 All of the above Goods will be sold at lowest market prices, and discount for Cbsh
AUCTIOIM SALE !
AT WAILUKU, MAUI,
On WEDNESDAY, NOV. 19,
Will be offered. If not previously disposed of at Private
Sale, the valuable property of T. i. MOBSMAN, which includes
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
NEW DWELLING HOUSE.
All of which is situated in the central business part of Wailuku
ALSO on tbe earns day, a
Large & Great Variety Merchandise
CONSISTING IN PART A8 FOLLOWS:
nothing, Prints. Boots and Shoes, Saddles.
Blankets, Tobacco, lists, bhawls,
Stationery, Patent Medicines,
CROCKERY & GLASSWARE,
HEAVY SILVER-PLATED WARE.
Groceries, Hardware, Paints,
Water-proof Flannels, Merinos and Cobonrgs,
And a General Assortment of Dry Goods and other
Merchandise too varied to particularize.
XT for further particulars apply lo
au9 tf T. J. MQ3SMAX, Honolulu.
J Good Time to Buy !
PRICES VERT LOW I
CALL AND EXAMINE
CASTLE & COOKE'S
-ansa jr nail's Bteel Furrow and Heavy Meal BMealll
1 IOWS, Plows, also Light Bleel Bldrhill Plows, Hall's
Steel Plows. No. , 0, 7. 8, 0, 10, 11, 12. IS and 14; Hail's wleel lata.
Breaker, the strongest aod best Breaking Plow Id ass oo tb Planta
tions. The Kola Queen, IS, 14 and loin. Double 14 In. Gang Plows,
One Evan's Sulky Plow, Kztra Plow Points, Handles and Beams. (
AU the above Plows are made expressly for this Market 1 J tha
Mollne Plow Co., from the most approve Patterns
Improved Planet Jr. Horse Hoes, made for Cane Cultural H arrears,
Cultivators. Lane's Imnroved Plantation Uoea. Yates Hoes. No. 1. 1
t Heavv lin. Gooseneck Rocket Hoes, Pick Axes. Oa Yokes and
JUST OPENED OUT
GRANT & ROBERTSON'S
A CHOICE ASSORTMENT Of
CANADIAN AND SCOTCH TVEED8
Ceata' Plain Fssaer Bilk Scarfs.
Ceasta' 811k Ussdarablrfa.
NOTTINGHAM LACE CURTAIN NET !
Black Silk Blonde Lace,
White Silk Blonde Lace,
And a Large Selection of Imitation
Duchess. Cluny, Saxony, Newport
Black, Brown, Lavender, Bine and Fancy Ktlki
AT EEDCCKD PRIC&
WHITE INDIA MUSLIN,
S.sx-rLr Quality, 72 I. eke. wlsle.
White Perforated Silk, superior quality
White Organdi Muslin, 68in. wide.
OI'liT LACE HHVWLK
WHITE K.MTTED SHAWLS, with BU Frtoge,
Embroidered Table Covers t
Camel Ilair Cloth, Aberdeen Vtinoej,
Ladiea B&lbriegan Hose,
CT A Call Is respectfully solicbetl by
025 lm GRANT ROBKltTSOX.
WHITE CEDAE BOAT BOARDS
TAB, TAB. !
PHTV BARRELS WILMINGTON r
Tar, per Amy Turner. W 7 BOLLKfl J Co