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BY E. P. ADAMS,
REGULAR CASH SALE j
On Thursday, November 27,
An Assortment of Dry Goods,
Cotton, rheetins, QaiiU, Shirts, llj.ery. Fancy Goods.
Aha, Fresh Groceries and Canned Goods !
MfMmny'i 1 and 2 lb. Oyster. Lob-O-rs. almoo,
Jasos J-llm, liolleii Gate TaMs 4c Pie Fruits.
La Croii Cora, Olive Oil. Fnch Olives. ) A i erJin,
Lard. llama, ud Baeoa. Mixed Fickle, Haap.
Fork n.l Erase, Tin Milk and Soda Crackers,
Eal Condensed M.I. Kefs aod Bars Sacar.
- Baa; Cora, Oats aod Braa. Bbla. 4r 11 f- Bbla. Salmon,
Cases Cooked Corned Beef, Bailed Beef.
T.ipa and Boneless Cairn Head.
Cases Kerosene Oil, 4c, Ac, Ac.
C P. ADAMS, Aact'r.
9 ARE CHIXCE FOR INVESTMENT
la. VV mill by eeptember let, of thia J ear, $40,000 to
S4'),OOOoo Brst mortgage, oo a first class Sugar Plantation,
value! at JJjO Ckjo.
The crop ot lsso be Irocn 1000 to 1200 tona. Will com
mence taking; o(T300 tona to October. 1479. Tbe Plantation baa
160 laborer, sol u well found in Mules, Carta, ire. Machinery
la fl rat class ortler, aod can crush seven or eight too per day
For farther particulars apply to the undersigned.
Ju2 A. J. "AaVTWRIQFIT.
I)ERONS WISHING KMPI.OIMLM,
aad Merchant, Planter and ethers ariahicg to engaf
trust worthy employees, are invited to apply to
8. B. DOLE.
B. F. DILLINGHAM,
sel3 Employment Committee of the Y. M. C. A.
NOTICE TO EMPLOYEES.
rjpilE LN DfcRSIG . EI) II A VE A FPL.IC A
M TIONi for work from book-peepers, aale and freight
elerka, jewellers, boasa painters. tore mason. ' trdeocrs,
grooms, wheelwrights and for geoen I oat and indoor work.
B. B DOLK,
B. V I'NSCOM BE.
B. F. DILLINGHAM.
oolS IX Employment Committee of the V. M. C. A.
CJ I'PRCMK CO CRT OK THE HAWAIIAN
13 I aland, in Probate. Ia the Estate of VINO CHINO of
ilnnolulu. deceased, intestate. Befre Mr. Justice McCulIy.
Order St Notice of fetlttoo for Administration.
On reading and Aline; tbe petiiioo nf A H. LOO NO 1WK,
of IJ.ioolaia. alleging that Yl.NU CUING, (ch) ol Honolulu,
dit intestate at ilonolala. oo the Ctb day of November, A. 1).
1ST9. and praying that Letters of Adminilratioa Issae to him,
the said A. 11 LOONCAVTK.
It isonlered that WEDNESDAY, the 10th day of DECEM
BER, A. If. 117 ".be aad hereby la appointed for hearing said
petition bef r e said J a lice, in tbe Court Baca of this
Court, at Hcnolu.u. at wbich time aod place all persons con
cern d may appear and show aJ e, U any they bare, wby
aid petition should not be gra.Vr 1. aod that this order be
pnbl.sTd in the English and llaa iian languages for three
successive weeks in the P. C. Advertiser and Kookoa news
papers in Honolala.
Dated Honolulu, 0. I-, ffovercber 1. 1879.
Attest: Justice of the Supreme Court.
A. BOS A, Deputy Clerk- n2 3t
CCPRKMECOl RT OF T II E II A V A II A N
S Islands, in Probate. Order of notice of Petition for
Allowance of accoaots. discharge, and final distribation of
property- At Chambers, before Associate Justice L. McCulIy.
" In the matter of th Ear ATE OF IlEaY O. BCCKLI.N,
late of Ilooolula. deeeasetl.
On reading and filing the petition and accounts of James A.
Hopper. Eiecntor of tbe Will of HENRY O. BUCKLIN, late
of Uooolulo, Hawaiian Islands, deceased, wherein he asks to
be allowed $t04.1T sod charges himself with $2 Oil 03, and aaka
that the same may be examined and approved, and that a final
order may be made of distribation of the property remaining ia
his bands to the persons thereto entitled, and discharging bun
nod his sureties from ail farther responsibility as such Execu
tor. It ia ordered that WEDNESDAY, the 10th day of Dec, a. D.
179. at 10 o'clock a. m.. belbrs the said Justice, at Chambers,
Id the Court Hoase. in Honolulu, be od the same hereby ia
appointed as the time and place for hearing said petition and
accoaots. and that all persona Interested may then and there
appear anil show cause, if aoy they have, why the same
alionid not be granted, and tnay present evidence as to who
are entitled to the said property. Ami that this order, in the
English language, he published in the Pacific Commercial
Advertiser, a newspaper printed aad published in Honolala,
for three saccessive weeks previous to the lime therein ap
pointed tf said hearing.
Dated at Honolulu, II. I., this 4th day of Novemter.a. D. 1879
Justice of tbe tiapremc Court.
A. R03A. Deputy Clerk. n9l
SUPREME COURT OF Til E II A XV A 1 1 A N
IJLAND, in Probate. lathe matter of the EdTATst
OF AKUN'l. late of Hooolulu, Oaho, Hawaiian I-, deceased.
Oner of notice of petition for allowance of accounts, dis
charge and final distribution of property. At Chambers, be
fcre Chief Joatice Harro.
Oo readir.g and ftlirg the petition and accounts of
ALAX-J. CAKTV R1UH r. Executor of the Ketateof Akong.
deceased, late ol Honolulu Oaho. Hawaiian Islands, wherein
we asks to he allowed $11,049.20, and charges himself
with $19,211 00, and asks that the same may be examined and
approved, and that a flal order may be made of distribution
4t the property remaining in bis hands to the persons thereto
entitled, and discharging him and his sureties from all farther
responsibility as such Executor.
llsf ordered, that MONDAY, the 8tb day of Dec, A. D.
1179, at 10 o'clock. A. M. before tbe md Justice, at Chambers,
la the Court House, at Hooolu Is. be and tbe same hereby ia
appointed as the time and place for hearing said petition and
accoants, and that all persons interested may then and there
appear and show cause, if any they have, why the ssme should
n4 be granted, and may present evideoce as to who are enti
tled to the said property.
Aad that this oni-r. in the English and Hawaiian laneo-tces,
be published in the Pacific Commercial Advertiser and Kookoa
newspapers printed and publuhrd in Honolulu, (r three suc
ii siil is weeks prsvioos to the time therein appointed for laid
Dated at HoolIoIu, H. I , ihsj 5th dsy of Nov.. A. D. 1879.
CUAS. C. HARRIS.
Chief Justice Supreme Court.
Attest: A. RtA. Deputy Clerk. dS St
Notice Foreclosure of Mortgage.
-VAJOTICE IS II F R CBT GIVEN Til AT PL'R
X. w saaot to a power of aale contained in a certain deed of
mortgage, dated on the S9tn dsy of April. A. D. 1878. made be
tween K A AlKAU A (k) Ll; KIM ILA fw) and JoENE MA
RJ A ef the one part, and A.J. C ARTVV RIG HT of the other
part, and recorded in Liber 6A on psgrs 51 aad 62 in the oQce
f the Reglstrir of Deeds hi Honotnia, to secure the payment
.of One Hundred aad fifty Dollars in two years from the date
, thereof, with interest after the rate of one per cent, per month.
- jus said A. J. Cartwrtght intends to foreclose said mortgage,
. aad after the time limited by law to cause tbe mortgaged prop
erty to be sold by public auction In Ilooolula, for a breach of
the conditions cootaincd in the said deed, such property being
described as fuilows:
All those two several piecea and parcels ef land situated at
PUiaraoo. Waikiki, Oaho, aforesaid, and being the same lands
described In a certain deed of pai.itioo as Kaakan portion, re
ennled in Liber li oo pairs 36j. 364 and 367. and being part of
t.i land described in Royal Patent No. 4Ji
Dated this 2id day of November, 1879.
A. J. CARTWRIOHT, Mortgages.
K. W. Bicxss-roa. Attorney tor Mortgigre. usti. 41
Notice Foreclosure of Mortgage.
NOTICE IS IIERKBT GIVENTIIAT PlTR
soanl to a power of sale contained in a certain deed of
mortgage, dated the 19th dsy of August, A. D 1S78, made be
tween UANALOA (w) and fULO (k) her husband of the one
part, and A. J. CART v RIGHT of tbe ether part, and record
ed ia Uber 64 oo pages 1J4 and 196 ia the office of the Rrgisv
trar of Deeds in llonoialn, to secure the payment of One Hun
dred aod Fifty Dollars, in two years from tbe date then of with
interest after the rate of one per cent per month. The ssid A.
j. Cartwnght intends to foreclose said mortgage, and alter the
Urns limited by law to caase said mortgaged property to be sold
by public suction in Uooolula. for a breach of the cooditiona
contained in the said deed, inca property being described as
All those three several pieces and parcels of land situated at
Waikiki, and being the same described in Royal Pateot No.
69ad, Kaieaaa No. lld.
Dated this ZM dxy of Nsveib-r. 1S79.
A. J. CARTWRIOHT, Mortgagee.
R. F. Bicksbtos, Attorney for Mortgagee. poll 4t
ON THE S2sl DAY OF OCTOBER. 1871.
I, the andersigned. was authorised by tbe Ilea A. For
rnswr. ts sell by pontic auction, the Heal Estate of Kanaka-
. t w . -ii mmiim I K.I 1m tKrf (mnl mi t lw
Court lloase at Clapalakaa, Maui, on SATCRDY, 'ovem-
ri: a 1ST. I ariaii ps uceeu 10 sen ibii wiwu w
... . . . . ; i , .1 i t- bnH-i
10,1 or sau n.anaancia. pi kc mihuil hwi'i
Patent No. 31 5. contaiaiog 64 40-100 acres. Terms cash.
Deed at tbe expense of purchaser.
Administrator tl Estate of Kanskshoa
Hooaaola, Maui, Oct. iO, 1S79. ol W
a OTICE IS HEREBY filVES TO ALL
persnaoe that the andersigned have been sppotnted ad
tratrrs of the estate ol the late Henry VI. Daniels.de
of Wauluku. Maui.b, the Uoo A. Fernan.ier, Circuit
j . Judicial Disutct. II. I. All parties holding claims
joigs . estate are n-.t.n d to present them with their
against a , . . l..;.i ;rhln nadllil
proper v " "V: 7 -"TTTl-. TJ
(tsie, or they will ae forever oarreu, anaufuun
tnia . . k . W K.:A ,A ulll. ,KMm
...I sstate arc herewith notified to settle them
william u Daniels,
Vll V DANIELS.
Wailako, M W. ct- "if!
A 8SI0NEE S NOTICE.
Br viRlTR OF A IEEI OF .4 ssl GN
wient saade Octoter th. 1S79. by F. H. WILT, then
doanc booess t I loooiulaas Cabinet Maker aod Upholsterer.
!rf a hui Stock 1 'oo's. Accounts and Property of whatever
klndfailh. beflt of his creditors. Notice is hereby given
WI paVJe, concern ed , present Uieir claims duly autheoU
eai.1 and parties owi e immediate payment to I. B.
PETRR3.C-.kor A Q TURCM A
HAVING BEEN APPOINTED AIMI
DiTRATOR of the Eatate of WILLIAM F. DAMON,
bxte of Honolulu, deceased Intestate. I hereby notify all parties
wio have claims agio the said Estate to present the same
wlUsta aim months from this date, or the, ""g
Honolala. Sot. Mth. T9. nol4f
rwsHE CNDERSICNEO HAVING BEEN
1 -i-etrti Assignees of the Estate of Chan Ksa ol llooo
hala Bankrupc -Notice is hereby given to all persons in
oebVsd Tw the ia.d Chun Kao, to make immediate payment to
C 8 Barurw at hU rViiesroom. Uooolxla. Any person own
inir sruTof any description, which hava been deposited
wuhThat Ksu and now i. poe-ioo of the assignee, may
obtain th. same upon proving ownersh.p.p g BARTOW,
w. i. an. a 21 a.
Notice to Creditors.
NOTICE IS "KHEBT -JVEX THAT
T anders.gned has been appointed Executor of the last
iiil asJtestament ol Akong of Hooolulu. deceased, and all
areTnt,flcd to prraent claim, duly "theuocad
whetLar secured by mortgage or otherwise, at b-office on
TuWu.nrNt.lii Honolulo,wnhins months from the
? heaflr tbeT be forever barred, aad all people to
' .-TZtJZaTZbXm are hereby nrtified to make immediate
.detedlod"tate are acre y CARIWR10HT,
'FJZZZ ofsLAst Will and Testament of Akona, deceased
BY C. S. BARTOW.
SATURDAY, : NOVEMBER 22,
At 11 o'clock A. M-, at Ealrt Room.
1 Mart i Tov Table, 1 Urre OiTice l.k, 1 Hy Cutter,
rpring Maltrass new. 1 W b-cler Ac Wilson Bewing Machine
hebool Desks with Chairs attach"-4 Chairs
CHOICE LOT Of PLANTS
AT 12 O'CLOCK, NOON.
One Top Buggy in good order !
(BAY) imported by Mr. Ehsw. well broken to single and dou
ble harness, 6 years old, rapid traveller, kind and gentle.
C. 9. BAB TOW, Auctioneer.
R.0 0 3X SALE!
On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 26th
At 10 a. m. at Salesroom, will be sold,
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING !
Flh Lot of Groceries Freeh,
Tins of Meats tf various kinds.
Boxes of Candles, Soap, Tobacco,
To Close Consignments.
Tins and Bbla. of Salmon. Bbla. of Pork,
VARIETY OF OTHER MERCHANDISE
C. 8. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
Grand Christmas Sale
Of Elegaat Qwadraple
Plated and Silver Ware !
win be held at SalesrooL. .f C. B. Bartow,
ON SATURDAY EVENING,
December 20th, at 1 o'clock, comprising
Sets and Pieces of Various Styles,
an Invoice not yet received, hot will positively be sold. Notice
Is given, that at this sale an opportunity will be offered to
purchase Valuable Articles for Christmas Gifts. Particulars
by tutors advertisements.
Other Christmas gales will be held, of which due notice will
C. 8. BARTOW, Auct'r.
FOR SALE !
Twa Iran SAfes, One Iron TAnk, a Lot of Casks.
nl C. 8. BARTOW.
Valuable XCen.1 Instate.
C. 8. BARTOW.
TO THE BISl.VESS PUBLIC Of IIOVOLILU l.D
THE OTHER ISLANDS.
TI1E UNDERSIGNED WOULD MOST
respectiully announce that be is prepared to Collect Ac
counts, Ac, and to attend Auctions and make purchases there
or elsewhere, for those who msy wish his services in that line.
Also to bay and sell Real Estate and collect rents, on com-
mission. A 'I business Intrusted to him will be faithfully and
promptly attended to.
Not. 13, 1S79. noli 3m Pott Office Box 124, Honolala
FRANK GERTZ. BOOT AND SHOEMAKER,
has removed his business from Hotel Street to tbe htore
on Merchant Street, formerly occupied by D. W. Clark. oc4
WIIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING RECENTLY
A received the Agency of Monuments, Headstones, Ac, by
special arrangement with the manufacturers, ia able to furnish
the asms at lower figures than they bare heretofore been sold.
Designs and Drawings can be seen at my .tore on .qerchant
8L, one door from Bishop ft Co.'. Bauk. By pricing these
articles, the enormous redaction will at once be Ken.
Tae inducements I offer are such that people have no need
of sending eisewbere.
DS li ritA& UEKT4.
C Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu,
WUl'Ll) RESPECTFULLY NOTIFY
his Friends and the Island community generally,
that be has
AN INVOICE OF THE
VERY FIRST CLASS GOODS
In tils line, to which he Invites Inspection, consisting of
Finest SlUsp Platr4 Ware
A great variety ol Patterns, frcm the celebrated manu
factory at Meriden, Conn.
1 Larre Jsortmfit of Diamonds
Both set and onset.
Jewelrj, Plain and Enamelled
Of every variety and style.
Rings, BrMches, backets, Charms, Etc.
An unrivalled assortment of
WATCHES AND CLOCKS
From the MOST APPROVED MAKERS.
Parties intendioc to make Christmas or New Year's pres
ents, should call and look at my stock and inquire prices,
before purchasing eisewbere. nli 2m
22 lO IJb. to tlic Ton !
COALS! COALS! COALS!
Planters will Take Notice.
Steamboat Agents will Take Notice.
Families will Take Notice.
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE BY
the Undersigned at tbe Lowest Rales 2,2U TONS
of the celebrated Wellington Mine
DEPARTURE BAY COAL !
Superior to all Soft Cl now In nse, for Steam and Family
purpose, and worth $1.60 per Ion, more than Wallsend Coal
in tbe tan r rancisco msrtet. for ramuy use it i nigniy
prized, being so clean and free from dust, barns ton white ash.
ALSO, TO ARRIVE.
2,500 Tons Best Quality Wallsend CoaL
For Sale in lots to suit Purchasers,
AT THE IiOWEST RATES.
2S40 Pounds to Us Ton.
nlStf ALLEN Ai ROBINSON.
2240 aLbs. to the Ton !
PLANTATION FOR SALE.
1 First Class Opportunity for ai Investment In a
Soand Suzar Estate.
The Sale of the II I LEA PLANTATION In Kan, Ha
waii, has been
Postponed to Thursday, Dec. 4th,
At 12 o'clock. M, at the office of Wm. 0. Irwin Ac Co.
This estate comprises 5048 acres, held coder leases, having
an unexpired term of about li years, at a rental of about $S00
a year, and 574 acres freehold. Making a total area of 662
Cane ia growing thriflly on SS0 acres, promising a large
yield; S00 of which will be ready for the mill in March next
Tbe buildings are all new, comprising a dwelling house, board
ing boose, laborers' bouse, blacksmith aod carpenter's shop,
The Estate Is well stocked wl h Working Horses. Cattle,
Mules, Carta. Plows and other thing, reqai.lte for working a
plantation. There are also in process of manufacture at the
Hon-'lula Iron Works, and nearly completed, a sugar Mill,
Vscuum Pan, Pumps. Engines, Steam Boilers, etc., and now
on the way from Kurope, a Double Effect, making altogether
a most complete plantation for the manufacture of sugar.
Parties d-siring other particulars can obtain the tame at the
Office of Messrs. Wm. G. Irwin A Co.
JOHN 8. WALKER,
WM. O. IRWIN,
C. N. dPbNCER,
nl Surviving Partners of th firm of C. N. epeacer 4 Co.
O Si 3 ati-o
&5 c 3 S a.
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For Portland Direct.
.The A 1 BRITISH
SSk BAKK VIOLA,
J. H. PRICE, Master.
, Will have Quick Dispatch for above Fort.
i For Freight or Passage, apply to
' no22 O. W. MACFARLA5E k CO., Agents.
FOR SAX FRAXCISCO
0fe- Ths Favorite American Bark
Will Bare Qilck Dlipatth far the 1ts Part.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
nc23 WM . O. IRWIN A- Co., Agents.
F.?r San Francisco.
Will Rare Immediate Dispatch for the Above Port.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
no22 C. BREWER St CO, Agents.
For San Francisco.
THE TINE HAWAIIAN BARK
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Port.
For Freight or Passage apply to
novl5 WM. 0. IRWIN Ac CO., Agents.
For Sale or Charter.
THS HAWAIIAN SCHOONERS
"ILLIU," "XAXTJNA" and
Well found and ready for i
For particulars, apply to
A. FRANK C0OKK, Agent.
For Sale or Charter
The Fast A 1 and Copper Fastened Scbr.
Well Found and Ready for Sea !
Will be Sold or Chartered. For particulars, apply to
CUAS. T. QULlCK,or
o25tf Capt. ROBT. BRIQG8.
New York & Honolulu Packet Line
W. II. Crossman 5o Bros.,
118 Chamber Street, New York Agents.
niHE NEXT VESSEL la this POPULAR
1 Line will leave New York in all the month of December.
Parties having freight for this Dort. will do well to patronise
this Line, being sssured of a good vessel aod a low rate of
freight. se2T tf
THE HAWAIIAN BRIO
3? O !M A- RE,
Well Found. Beady for Sea.
au.23 Appl7to H. HACKFELD A Co.
STEAMSHIP COMPANY !
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
' Carxlll. C.mmaadrr.
Will leave Honolulu for San Francisco on
or about Monday, Nov. 21th, .
For Sydney, via Auckland !
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
ON OE ABOUT MONDAY, D1C. 1st,
U. HACKFKLD A CO., Agent..
Goada for Shipment er Steamer caw a.w
b Stored. Free af Charge, la the Flre-prool
Warrks.ie near Ike Strsner Wharf. jl 79
TIME-TABLE OF THX
STEAMER ' LIlCELIlCe;
REYNOLDS, t : t : MASTER.
Tuesday, Nor 25, 5 p m....
Tuesday, Dec 2, 6 p m.....
Tuesday, Dec 9.6 pm .....
Tuesday, Dec 10, 6 p m
Tuesday, Dec 23, 6 p m....
......Circuit of Hawaii
......Circuit of Hawaii
Circuit of Hawaii
Tuesday, iec ao, o p m
No Credit for Passage Money !
We nnaitivelv decline to open accounts for Passages, and we
particularly call the attention of the traveling public to the
necessity of having Biggage and Freight plainly markel; the
Steamer will not te res pons i Die tor any uumararu usggage or
for any Freight or Parcels unless Receipted for.
FREIGHT MONET DUE ON DEMAND!
in an cases oi riciui ior p.iuc v.
known, tbe Freight Money will be required in advance.
PACKAGES OF LIQUORS AND WINES
MIST BE PLAINLY MARKED
For the ptrty whom they are for, or plainly stated in the re
ceipt to whom they are cooiigned.
All demand, for Vamage or ixws, must oe maue wuuiu uus
In no way liable for loss or accident to live .toes.
in- Hack Driver.. Boy., and uch like, will not be allowed
on board the Steamir opon arrival, nntil after the passenger,
have been landed.
mh8 79 wautti ee s,u.
B. C. ALLS5.
x. p. aoBissos.
ALLEN & KOBINSON.
AT ROBINSON'S WHARF. DEALEKSIN
LUMBKRand all kinda of BUILDING MATERIALS
Paic.lt, Oil., Nail., Ac, Ac.
AGISTS FOB 8CBOOCBA
del) Honolulu, Hawaiian I .land.. tly
AGEXT OF TBE FOLLOWING COASTERS i
Waiehn, and Juanita.
FLAG. Red with White Ball. OFFICE, Corner of
jslS 79 Nuusnu snd Queen streets.
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
C. BREWER A. CO.. AGENTS.
Favorable arrangements can always be made for
storareand Shipment of Oil. Bone. Wool, Hide.
and other Merchandise to New Bedford. Boston. New York and
other Kastern Ports. T Ca.h Advance, made.
j2 7 C. BRKWIK A UU.
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO
C. BREWER At CO.. AGENTS.
Merchandise received STORAGE FREE and
liberal cash sdvance. made on shipment, by thi.
j2 7 C. BREWER A CO.
THE PARISIAN RESTAURANT
WILL BE KEPT OPEN
hereafter EVERY EY EM NO (ex
cept Sunday) nntil Tea O'clock.
here the best of Oy.ter Stews. Fancy
Roasts, Fried and Panned Oysters, and all other delicacies can
be had. (o25 tQ L. DEJEA.N.
VOLUME 13 of tbe P. C. ADVERTISER,
bound or unbound. Ccpy of P. C. ADVERTISER,
January 26, 137S Volume. 2, 3 and 4 of THE FRIEND,
bound or unbound. 1 Bet CONVENTION PAPERS, bound
or unbound. 1 Volume DAILY HERALD, bound or un
bound. The above are wanted to complete sets, for which lair
prices will be paid by
au23 THQ3. O. THRUM.
FOR SALE !
THAT VERY DESIRABLE RESIDENCE
on J add Street, adjoining the spscioua premises now in
course of erection by the Hon. 9. O. Wilder. The lot contains
about one acre, with a large frontage on Judd Street, and is
well planted wiih Fruit and Ornamental Shade Trees. SKA
VIEW, UNSURPASSED. Government Water ia about to be
laid on There is on the lot a Dwelling Hon;, containing Sit
ting Room, Dining-room and four Bed-rooms; a tiro-story
Kitchen, with servants' room, above; Bath House, Carriage
House and other Out-nouses. Also, a Stream of Water run
ning through the lot. Title perfect. If not disposed of by
November next, it will be offered at public auction. For par
ticulars, apply to CECIL BROWN.
au9 tf KAabamsaa Street.
SAYTA fLAlS' DUD-QUARTERS
No. 65 FORT STREET.
TJ Uh an aasortmerd of
Holiday Goods for Old & Young,
that has never been equaled in this city by any establishment
for excellence and variety, and from the experience and well
known reputation of the undersigned Ia careful catering for
the Holiday Season, be find, pleasure in offering the result of
American, English, French and Ger
which, as a rule, are placed at lower figures than have hereto
fore held in this Market, and from all of wbich EXCEPT
A liberAl dlscoint will be allowed to Cash Customers
in the hope of making the season a busy one in trade Itself,
without the labor of accounts aad collections.
The recent addition of over TWENTY TONS of
Goods for the Season, may give readers an Uea of the Stock
provided for their wants, and those who can make a personal
visit to Santa Claus' Head-quarters will find K replete with
variety aod Novelties; more in variety than in quantity Of
each article, which tact renders It advisable for parties to
make early selections.
Orders from the other Islands are respectfully solicited, and
will be carefully attended to as heretofore. When selections
are left to ns, the ages and preferences of those for whom they
are intended should be given, to guide in such selections. Cash
accompanying all ordera will be allowed the discount In addi
tional goods, unless ordered otherwise.
FANCY GOODS Meriden Plated Silver Ware, in
Bouquet Holder.; Card Receivers, combined or aeparate.
Jewel Casket, and Paper Weights. Glass and China Vases
Marble Statuary, Bronze, Nickle, Glass and Plated Ink.tands
Pea Backs and Paper Weights, Work Boxes, Stands, Baskets
and Bags, Reticules, Parlor Kaleidoscopes, Music Boxes, from
two to six tunes; Glass Busts, Globes, Writing Desks, Calendar
Rack., Photo. Statuary, Flower and Bird Panels, Easel and
Circle Frames, Rustic Frames, all sizes and styles; Passepar
touts, Mala, Cabinet and Card Velvets,
CHRISTMAS, NEW YEAR'8, BIRTHDAY, COMPLIMEN
TARY, SUNDAY SCHOOL and Blank Floral Cards, in
PAPETERIES, in nnequaled attractions;
FINE LEATHER GOODS :
Photograph Albums, a beautiful assortment for Card, Cabi
net, or Combined; Autograph Albums, Portfolio., Ladies
Bags, Belts, Purses, Card Case., Memoranda or Pocket Book.,
Cigar Cases, Pocket Inks, Scrap Books,
Todd's Gold Pen., Ivory, Pearl, EboDy and Rubber Holders,
Pen and Pencil Case., Solid and Plated; Charm Pencils, Solid
and Plated; Tooth Picks, Tooth aod Ear Picks, Stud., Sleeve
Buttons, Charms, Mackinnon Pens, Prince's Fountain Pen,
PRESINTATION AND MISCELLA
NEOUS BOOKS :
Bryant's, Holmes', Longfellow's, Meredith's, Tennyson's aod
Whlttier'a Poem.. Christmas Tide, Christmas Carol, Iris, The
School Boy, Prince Deukalion, Building of tbe Ship, Dore's
Goethe Gallery, Dore's Rime of the Ancient Mariner, Shake
spear's Characters, Reynard tbe Fox, Darley's Sketches
Abroad, Paul Lecroix'i Art in tae Middle Ages, Science and
Literature, and Eighteenth Century; Isis Unveiled, The Rosi.
crucians. Uncle Tom's Cabin, Bird World, Familiar Wild
Flowers, The Universe, Painters Sculptors, Ac, Pleasant
Spots Around Oxford, Contemporary Art in Europe, Art and
Artists in Connecticut, Laurel Leaves, French Pictures, Cale
donia, Tropical Nature, In the Sky Garden, Heads and Tails,
Pearl Fountain, Fern Paradise, Story of Roth, Beautiful Snow,
Little People of tbe Snow, Shepherd Lady, The Sea, Recollec
tions of Writers, Hall Hours in Natural B istory, Goethe and
Schiller, by Bjoraen; Tuine's History of English Literature,
Green's History of English People, Weisse's Origin, Progress
and Destiny of the English Language and Literature, Speaker.
Garland, 4 vols. j Geike's Life and Works of Christ, 2 vols.
Chamber's Book of Days and Information for the People, Rob
ert Chambers, Lamb's Works, Dickens Works, in 15 and in
SO vol..; Poe's Works, Macauley'a History of England, Haydn
Dictionary of Dates, Guisot's BUtory of Civilization, Khedive'g
Eg7P, Kiypt to Palestine, Through tbe Dark Continent, Hand
Book of Legendary Art, Sketching from Nature, Hand Books
in Water Color, Sepia and Neutral Tint, Ceramio Art, Parka
and Garden, of Paris, Literary Boquet, Koses and Holly, Li
brary of British Poets, 3 vol. ; Plymouth Collection of Hymns
and Tunes, Bibles.
Master-pieces of the Ceuteooial Exhibition, 3 vols.
Shakeapear'a Works, 2 vols. Knights Royal quarto edition.
Together with a variety of many other works..
Tbe Line of Children's Books is ss complete as the
San Francisco Market could supply orders by last steamer,
and will be considerably increased by the December vessel, in
cluding Chatterbox, Nursery, Wide Awake, and other, of this
class as also
A Full Line of Pocket and Office DIARIES for 18S0.
GAMES Pedestrianism, Go-Bang, Steeple Chase, Lite's j
Mishaps, Game ol Nations, Spider and Fly, Ambuscade, Cats j
and Mice, Pilgrim'. Progress, Monopolist, Cut Up Games
Lotto, Dominoes, Chess, Checkers, Authors, various kinds;
Jack Straws, Jack Stones, Ate, Croquet Sets. j
MECHANICAL TOYS, NOVELTIES, &c:
Swimming Toy, Santa Claus on Skates, Blondin on Veloci
pede, Warner's Oarsman, Jubilee Acrobat, Mechanical Alliga
tors, Rats, Vehicles, Reversible Locomotive, Whistling Loco
motive, Elephant., Jointed Animals.
ABCUERY GOODS Bows, Arrows, Targets, ic:
Rocking Horses, choo Fly Rockers, Parlor Swings, Peram
bulator., Velocipede.' Bicycles, Wagons, Carts, Wheelbarrows
Sail Boats, Steam Boats, Engines, Drawing Tools, Tool Chests
Garden Tools. Building, Puzzle, Chinese, Comic and Alphabet
Blocks, Crandall'g Artillery, Acrobats, Menagerie, Palace Car
and other Blocks, American Hard-wood Ten Pins, Tin Wag
ons. Animal, and Toys of various kinds, Tin Kitchen Sets,
China and Brittania Tea Sets, Laundry Sets, Guns, Pistols'
Soldier Caps, Knapsacks, Drums, Cornets, Trumpets, Tele
phones, Base Balls and Bats, Parlor Balls, Brooms, Chameleon.
Spring, Bell, Brass, Peg, Humming and Circus Tops,
Magic Lanterns, Wonder Cameras,
Tut-., Pails, Wringers, Wash Boards, Dust Pan and Brush
es, Sprinklers, Jump Ropes, Magnetic Toys, Lead Soldiers'
Chimes, Christmas Candles, Brackets, Cornucopias and Christ
mas Tree Ornaments, Candy Boxes, in Animals. tc ; Watch
es, Clocks, Bells, Whips, Canes, S Dikes, Jumping Jacks, Sur
prise Boxes, Punch and Judy, Toy Scales,
Sets of Furniture, Dolls' Trinks, Tprlght Pianos,
Musical Toys, Rubber Toys, Jointed Toys, Side Boards,
Stoves, Noah'. Ark., Painted or Wlite Animal..
DOLLS AND DOLL MATERIALS,
Fine French Kid Body Doll., dressed and undressed; Wax
China Dolls, dressed and undressed: Worsted Dolls, Rag Dolls,
Bathing Dolls, Small Rubber Dolls. Doll Bodies, Doll Heads,
in China, Wax and Patent; Dolls' Hals, Shoes, Stockings, Jew
elry, Bath Tubs, Bedsteads, Perambulators, c.
ANGELS, 'hovering on tbe winf," in Wax and China;
GAS INFLATED RUBBER BALLOONS, together
with many other Articles impossible to enumerate.
Call and examine, in person or by proxy. What you don
see, ASK FOR; as notwithstanding the recent extensive
alterations, room fails to exhibit everything.
Thankful for the liberal patronage heretofore extended to
tbe subscriber, he trusts thi. display of Good, for the Season
may .bow his appreciation thereof, and trusts to merit a con
tinuance of the ssme.
THOS. G. TUKCM.
NOW IN PREPARATION,
to be issued About the middle of December,
The Hawaiian Almanac & Annual
Advertisements therefor are respectfully
And Orders wQI be Filled aa soon as Issued.
THOS. G. THRUM,,
JU. G. W. C. Jones has Veen sproint.tl by the Board of
'EdnraticB. School Aen.t fT the distriot of Kau, Island of
Hawaii, in place of Hos. W. Tnos. Mabttk.
Elm ation OiSoe, Nov 20, 1T9. W. Jas. Smttii.
3-t nov !. Stx-y.
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By ordrr of His Excellency the Minister of Finance : !
fninin.uririhiirliii ll rottim eoods. when manu- I
factored tnto clothing, the same being the growth, manu
facture or produce of the United States, will be admitted
free under the provisions of the Reciprocity Treaty.
4-t Not 22 W. F. Allex.
f Collector Gehe&al'b Ornct,
November 20th. 173.
By order of His Excellency the Minister of Finance ;
from and after this date, all invoices of Eice, claiming to
be the growth and produce of any country, with whom
this Government has Treaty relations, must be accompan
ied with certificates, from country where originally
grown. W. F. Allen,
4-t Kov 2i Collector General-
Sale of Government Lots.
On Saturday, December 20th, at 12 o'clock noon, at the
front entrance of Aliiolani Hale, will be sold at public
auction, the following Building Lots on Kulaokahna
Nos. 169. 170, 171. 172. Upset price, $100 each.
Kos. IS. 1S5. 136, 17, )
188, 205, 20C, 207, Upset price, $200 each.
208, 209. )
Nos. 263. 264 . 266. 267, )
2CtJ. 209, 295, 2-JO. 5 Upset price, $150 each.
No. 391. Upset price, $500.
"OS. 339, 341. 342, 344, 346.
348. 350, 353, 355, 357,
359, 361. 356, 358.
Nos. 241, 240, 239, 238, 233, 234.
Upset price, $200 each.
These lands are sold with a distinct understanding that
the puxchaners are to improve the same. The Govern
ment declines to sell to parties desiring to hold for an
Terms, li cash, ii in one year, in two years, and
in three years, with interest at 9 per cent, and mortgaj?
on the property. Papers at the expense of the purchaser.
Saxl. O. Wildeb. Minister of tbe Interior.
Interior Office. Novllth, 1879
Fkidat, the 28th day of November, being the anniver
sary of the Recognition of Hawaiian Independence by
the Governments of Great Britain and France, will be
observed as a public holiday. All public offices through
out the Kingdom will be closed.
8am I.. G. Wildeb, Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Nov. 12tb, 1879. novlS 2t
Awa Liceitaea at Auction.
On Saturday, December 20, 1879, at 12 o'clock noon, will
be sold at public auction, at the front entrance of Alii
olani Hale, the following Awa Licenses for the year 1880 :
District of Honolulu, 3. Upset price, each $500
District of Koolaupoko, 1. Upset price $100
District of Koolauloa. 1. Upset price $100
District of Waialua, 1. Upset price $100
District of Ewa and Waianae, 1. Upset price $100
The purchasers will be required to deposit 25 per cent.
of the purchase money on tbe faU of tbe hammer, which
will be considered as a forfeit unless the whole amount
is paid on Tuesday, December 30th, when the Licenses
will be ready for delivery.
Sam 'l G. 'Wildeb, Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Nov. 10, 1879. nol5
Mb. E- Stkehz has been appointed Collector of the
Port and Collection District of Koloa, Kauai, vice A. Bindt
resigned. W. F. Allex, Collector General.
Collector General's Office, Oct. 31, 1879. no8 lm
The foUowing named persons have been appointed
members of the Tax Appeal Boards for the year 1379 :
Honolulu Cecil Brown. G B Kalaaukane.
Ewa & Waianae J Knkona, Wm Tell.
Wsiahia F Pahia, J Haalon, Kahalehili.
Koolauloa Naabalama. Pain, Nuhnuahupu.
Koolaupoko Asa Kaulia. Kanewehi.
Hilo Ai Akau, Kuiniki liapai.
Puna Kaikuahine, Piena.
Kan J Kanhane, O W C Jones.
S Kona Kino, Makalaau.
N Kona S Haluapo, G W Ikaika, Meemii.
S Kohala Z Paakiki, W H Daniels,
N Kohala Geo Holmes, Karuauoha.
Hamakua R A Lyinau, J K Kaunatnano.
Lahaina J O Kawehe, D Kamaioplli.
Wailukn W K tdakakoa, J Nakookoo.
Makawao H Birch, J Kamakele.
Haua S Kaai, Ueleknnihi.
Molokai & Lanai D Kaopeebina, D Nakaleka.
flanalei Makaliu, Pmiki.
Kawaihau Kuahau, H Kahele.
Lihue W E H Deverilr, S Kale.
Koloa W Lovell, Josia Keawe.
Waimea G B Rowell, Iona Kua.
- Niihau E Kabale, Kealaula.
Simon K Kaai, Minister of Finance.
Department of Finance, Nov. 4th, 1879 u8 lm
As a measure of relief to tbe money market, the Hawaii
an Treasury will cash its bonds, on terms to be arranged
with the Registrar of Public Accounts, nntil further no
tice. SIMON K. KAAI.
Nov. 1-1 mo Minister of Finance.
list of Licenses Expiring in Nov. 1879.
Notice is hereby piven that all Licenses must be ap
plied for direct to the Interior Office, and all parties are
cautioned about failing to renew expiring Licenses, and
all Sheriffs and Deputy Sheriffs have instructions to pro
secute without discretion, any and all parties doing
business without the proper License.
SAM L G. WILDER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office April 30, 1879.
OAHU 1 Ah Sing, Pawaa, Kona.
1 Ah Koi, Maunakea st, Honolulu
2 G F Roberts, cor Nuuanu k Hotel sts,
5 G Segelken A Co, Nuuanu st, "
6 C Afong, Nnuanust, "
6 T G Thrum, Merchant st, "
7 P H Tripp, cor Fort and King sts, "
10 Young Loi & Co, Waipio, Ewa
11 Chung Hoy, Nuuanu at, "
11 W M Wenner, Fort st, "
12 L Copenhagen, Nuuanu st, "
13 T G Thrum, Fort st,
13 H R Hollister, Nuuanu st, '
15 Tong Lo, Nuuanu st, "
17 Jos Enos, King st, "
18 Gee Pio, Leleo, King st, "
18 Hip Wo Chong k Co, Nuuanu st, "
22 Chung Kee, Ulakoheo, "
23 Tong Kim, Emma st, "
24 N Clifford & D C Humphreys, Maunakea st.,
26 Allen & Robiuaon, Queen st, "
29 Lock Hop, Nuuanu st, "
HAWAII 1 On Chong, Waiohinn, Kau
1 J R Mills, Waipio, Hamakua
6 A S Cleghorn & Co, Hookena, South Kona
30 Man Cheong, Laupahoehoe, Hilo
MAUI Ho Hong, Kahului
7 H A Heen, Makawao
12 Apo. Lahaina
25 Harold Giles, Wailuku
MOLOKAI 23 A 8 Cleghorn k Co, Kaunakahakai
KAUAI 4 J D Neal, Koloa
1 W G Irwin, Kaabnmanu st, Honolulu
2 J T & H Waterhouse, King st, "
7 J T k H Waterhouse, Queen st, "
1 Jas DodJ, Pantheon Saloon, Honolulu
8 Daniel Hanley, Boyal Hotel,
1 Lok Kok, Nunanu st, Honolulu
9 Ahona, Maunakea st, "
11 Hop Chong, Haiku, Maui
14 Apana Hapai, Punahoa, Hilo, Hawaii
15 Acliee, Buffman's Hall, Hotel st, "
18 Sam Sing, Kaiopihi, North Kohala
29 Ahauo, Pabala, Kau
1 Jas Dodd, Pantheon Saloon
18 G Espinda, Wailukn, Maui
15 Owen I Holt. City Market
15 W H Rice, Lihue, Kauai
2 James Lewis, Kona
7 Edgar HalsteaJ, "
12 J Tibbetts. "
15 H M Whitney, jr
15 A J Cartwright, jr "
21 S M Damon, "
27 S B Dole,
2 Ah Lung. North Kona, Hawaii
11 Akiona, Nawiliwili, Kauai
18 Ah Pa
18 Ah Hoi
25 Ah Sung, Oahu
29 Young Loy, Oahu
j y SOMETHING NEW ! TO PLANTERS, PLANT A
.: tion Agents, Graziers, etc., who are in need of a light
i handy machine for setting up and mending fence wire,
' will find just the thing at Dillingham t Co. s store. Fort
Rarus' Recoud Beaten Inasmuch as General
Grant is said, like many other distinguished men
on both sides of the Atlantic, including some of the
most eminent living English statesman, to cherish
a warm admiration of that noble animal, the horse,
it is probable that tbe very remarkable turf event
which he witnessed Saturday at Oakland was not
the least interesting incident of his visit to the Pac
This tvent, of which a full and graphic account
will be found in another part of to-day "s Chronicle,
was nothing less than the achievement of the last
est trotting mile in tbe annals of the turf, tbe time
Tbe best previous record is that of Rarus up to
yesterday the king of tbe turf by undisputed title
whose fastest mile was trotted in 2-13.J
This unprecedented feat was performed by Bob
Morrow's bay gelding, St-Julian, whose previous
mile-trots at Stockton and San Jose bad excited
' great expectations " of his future in the minds of
many turfmen, though it ia probable that the
most sanguine of them were not prepared for bia
extraordinary performance ot yesterday, the news
of wbich will produce a vivid sensation at the
East. S. F. Chronicle, Oct. 36.
S.4 TVRDA Y. SO V EMBER 22.
Cincv os its Trwk.1 Luiroil " circus com
pany l'lt on the Likelik on Twsday evening for
another tour of Maui and Hawaii.
rvjiiiK-ii PiTiiiniM loam that there are)
already lorty seti-noraina
ted naiive catididales for
tbe representation ot Honolulu in the next Li'gisls
tuie. The more the mertler.
' ,t5? Tb,? regular monthly meeting of the Mis
sion Children Society will be held this Saturday
evening, at the bouse of Mr. B. F. Dillingham,
New Stock. Two Durhtm bulls from Califor
nia ex EU'i old at auction on Thursday, one for
S110. a younger one for 60; and an Ayr-
lire bull for 50.
A Stcctss The' Fair held by the ladies on
hursday afternoon and evening for the benefit of
itbe Fort street Church building fund, was a decid
ed success, over $1400 having been realized.
Police CorsT. There weie sixteen arrests on
Monday for drunk and fast riding, which were
properly disposed of by Uis Honor on Tuesday
f- Next Friday, Not. 28tb, will be a National
Holiday, being the anniversary of the recognition
of Hawaiian Independence by England and France,
Supplement. On tbe supplement with to-day's
paper will be fmiud a Tery interesting letter from
out New York correspondent; a letter from Mr. C.
C. Moreno on the Darien canal, and other readable
Steamcr Leuca. Capt. E. D. Crane, so long and
favorably known in the coastiug trade, has suci
ceeded Capt. Hates in the command ol tbevfua.
She sailed yesterday evening on ber regular trip
to windward porls.
Suicide. At Kipahulu, Maui, on tbe Slst ult. a
native woman committed suicide by hanging her
self. The inmates of the house, including her hus
band, w ere absent at the time, and on their return
found her suspended and life extinct. The cause
was supposed to be long continued illness.
Lecture. Prof. W. D. Alexander will deliver a
lecture at the Lyceum on Tuesday evening next, for
tbe benefit of the Young Men's Christian Association
of this city subject, tbe Ruins of Tbebes. Tbis
should prove an exceedingly interesting topio in the
hands of the Professor, who has both travelled and
f A Handsome Collection. On Sunday last. II.
R. II. the Heir Apparent and party, including the
Ministers of Foreign Affairs and Finance, attended
Divine Service at the old Ewa Church. At tbe
close of the services a contribution was taken up
for building a new church, when the sum of $3G2.
90 was realized. His Majesty sent 3100 by the
hands of his Chamberlain. Col. Judd.
Stormy Weather. A letter from Kobala states
that on Saturday the 8th inst, they bad a severe
storm of wind and rain, tbe like of wbich was not
remembered to have occurred there before. The
gulches were full of water rushing down to the
sea, and some growing crops were swept away,
while tbe wind blew in violent gusts and whirl
winds. E5r0nly a difference of 12 between the. July
tamatnt a rwl li o t nf ilia nroonrf mnntli In fflSA
sea-girt isles, and while dwellers in Eastern cities
and higher latitudes are enjoying their Thanksgiving!
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dinner in ariinciaiiy neatea rooms, Ananasgiving
day passes here bathed in the warmth of sunshine,
and the senses are lulled by the musio of rippling
streams and tbe aroma of sweet soented flowers.
(American Thanksgiving. Through tbe courtesy
His Excellency Gen. Comly, U. S. Minister Res-
dent, we are informed that the Thanksgiving Ser-
111 u 11 iuib jrai win u e ucuvciru wj ,uc . t t
Damon, in the Fort Street Church at 11 o'clock on
Thursday morning next, November 27. Tbankgiv
ing Day has invariably been on the last Thursday
of November, and it is assumed that the President
will have selected the usual day.
3y Our people are promised a continuation
of performances at, the Theatre during tbe coming
mon lb, as a late anival, MissZoe Gay ton, will soon
give a series of entertainments, assisted by local talent.-V
Messrs. Addler and Clinton have purchased
fHueof the parapbarnalia of the Illusionists and al
so inteud to start business. Prof Wells, the balloon
ist is intending to deliver a lecture at an early date,
and other performances are in prospective.
Music. The Band will play this afternoon at
''Emma Square, commencing at 4. p. M Tbe follow
ing is tbe programme :
March The Elite Buhner
Overture Emma of Boeburgh Meyerbeer
Gavotte Corn fl owers Morley
Polka Two Postilions Wiegand
Selection Siege of Rochelle Balfe
Waltz Sounds from the Leinat Labitzlty
The next Moonlight Concerts will take place on
Tuesday Nov. 25. and on Thursday Nov. 27 at the
usual time and place.
Industrious Boys. In the window of Whitney &
Robertson's bookstore was exhibited this week a very
neatly carved sandalwood vase-holder, the work of
several boys of this city, executed during their
leisure hours when not in attendance at school. Be
sides displaying a very creditable degree of mechan
ical skill, it evinces a spirit of industry that ia
To meditate, to plan, resolve, perform.
Which in itself is good as surely brings
Keward of good, no matter what be done."
Wistee Weather. The weather thus far in
November has bad all the characteristics of our
tropical winter. Copious rains have fallen, strong
brtezes have blown, and the nights have been de
cidedly cool. Tbe appearances indicated an ap
proaching kona early in the week but kona storms
have gone out of fashion for a number of years past.
The N. E. winds have been cold and blustering
throughcut the week. Daring two hoars on Monday
last the rainfall on Nuuanu avenue amounted to
1 13-100 inches. There was no rain last Sunday
the. Gazette's statement to that effect notwitn-
The Tugboat. Tbe Pele was employed on
onday last in carrying the Royal party and
other passengers to Ewa. and in entering tbe
lagoon ran on a coral reef. She remained tbete
until the next day. and was only got off by taking
out her ballast. Meantime three vessels from
abroad bad arrived outside, and were compelled
to anchor and wait n day for tbe tug before enter
ing port. The delay ihss caused in tbe work of
discharging cargo, etc. was vexatious, and likely
to prove damaging to the commercial reputation
. . i . ti . i a . . i . . : . ;i, .S.
We be to suzirest that it will beM
we oeg to suggest mat it win Mt
oi iue port.
preferable lor tbe Minister of tne interior, ia any r
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IUlure cases oi tun aiuu, 10 cuarier uuc oi tuc
small steamers tbe Mokolii or the Waimanalo
for excursion purposes, rather tban t-j take tbe
Pete from her legitimate business as a tug boat
Otherwise there might be an inducement here for
private parties to embark in tbe business of tow
Farewell Pebformasce. To-night the Roy a
Illusionists, Messrs. Thome and Darvin, give their
farewell entertainment at the Royal Hawaiian The-'
atre. Tbe programme for the evening promises to
be interesting to a great degree, as the style in
which spiritualistic seances arc conducted will be
shown in a complete manner. Seats to this closing
entertainment should be obtained immediately by
prospective spectators, as delay will surely compel
their non-attendance, over fifty of the choice seats
having been sold yesterday To add to tbe eclat cf
the occasion, Mr. Berger has kindly offered the ser
vices of tbe Band, and their sweet musio will assist
in soothing troubled spirits. The length of the per
formance three boars suggests the propriety of
lunches, and maybe the loquacious Thorne will sup
ply the want. In bidding adieu to Messrs. Thorne
and Darvin, it is bat just to cay that daring their
stay in Honolulu they have made many friends, who
will not soon forget their pleasing entertainments,
and who wish the departing Illusionists bon voyage
and a continued round of successes, and hope at no
distant day to see them agaiu.
NrMt.HATics.Tbis word, as everybody may noA
know, signifies the science of coins and medals.
Dr. Charles Spiers, gentleman no residing at tb
Hawaiian Hotel, is a very successful numismatist,
having the largest and most valuable eoUeotioa of
rare and ancient coins in tbe world as slated bv
Dr. LinJerman of the United States Mint, who Lm 1
travelled ia Europe and knows whereof be speaks, j
Dr. Spiers is 79 years of age still bale aod strong
and bas visited about every country on the globe,
having been some G7 years in making his collections.
The larger portion of these are deposited in tbe Mist
in San Francisco, bat tbe Doctor has quite large
number of rich and rare specimens with him ber.
Some of these were buried by him in 1SC2, twenty
seven years ago, from the fear that they might be
stolen in those lawless times, and were only recently
resurrected. We had tbe pleasure one day Ibis weak
of examining tbe Doctor's cabinet of coins and med
als, and confess to bating been deeply interested.
It is one thing to read in books tbe history of tbe
ancients of Abraham, of tbe men of Nineveh and
Babylon, of Syria, Persia, of Greece and Rome, or
later still of Charlemagne and the oldtime kiaga of
England, but it bring, one nearer to them and
seems to dispel the mists of ages to look upon and
handle tbe very coins that perhaps they bandied.
For here was a shekel of the time of Abraham, 2000
years before the birth of Christ ; a gold piece of
Semiramis, tbe warlike Queen of Nineveh and
Babylon ; one of Paris and Helen of Troy ; ooiaa cf
Alexander the Great, of Philip bis father, aad of
Amyntas his grandfather ; coins of Greece ; of the
Roman Republic ; of the ancient kings of France,
Germany and England ; a five-penny piece of Queen
Elizabeth, the counterpart of wbich was recently sold
in England for 32 ; American ante-revolution
paper money and coins, including tbt pint-tret'
shillings ; rare specimens of the first money coined
after the American Revolution ; various historical
medals, and specimens of the coinage of every nation
under the sun that pretends to coin money. Each
of those old pieces of money suggests an epitome of
history to tbe thoughtful mind. Tbe Doctor's entire
collection, including that on deposit in Ban Francis
co, has been estimated by good judges to be worth
A , Art Wk -
JTbk Day We Celebrated Monday tbt 17th,
vfnst. being the day appointed by Uis Majesty tha
King, lor the proper observance ol the 4Ikl anni
versary of bis birth, the abops and business (with
the exception of Chinese) were closed, and flags
and bunting were plentifully displayed from lb
various consulates, and many ptivate residence,
and to a great degree, by the vessel in the harbor.
Tbe burghers and buigbesses in large numbers
deserted the city and went here, there and every
where, to pass tbe day among the scenes and Inci
dents of country pleasure trips, and the brightly
beaming sun and unclouded sky gave promise of
weather suitable to enable oue and all to pass a
pleasant day. Tbe principal point of interest for
sight-seers and lovers of excitement, was Ewa, for
at that place His Majesty and suite bad planned to J
spend the day ; aud as hout-raclngJiorBe-rmclng
and human racing,wu8"S JWrlofl oVlhe programme,
naturally Ewa became the place where the greater
portion ol tbe " plebs '' would be likely to aeeem- I
ble. Tbe steamer Mokvlil was placed at tbe dls-
posal of those who wished to engage passage to
tbe classio shades of Pearl River (where sharks
and sand bars may be found in great profusion.)
and at tbe advertised hour. 8 a.m., started from tha
city with a goodly number of passengers. The trip
to Ewa was accomplished under tbe capable man
agement ot tbe woilby Captain Doaue, assisted by
a numerous corps of oiber captains, mates and
sailors. In tbe short space of one hour and ten min
utes. The only incident of notfe on the downward
trip, was tbe meeting with the Tug Pete," stuck
on a coral bank, bnt the Capt. ol the latter vessel
declining offered assistance, the Mokclii kept on
for the head of the river and arriving opposite
Waipio, dropped anchor. Boats having been sup
plied, tbe passengers were soon on Hbore, and fa
eager baste to reach tbe place at which tbt bona
and foot racing was to take place. Foot racing
was first on the programme ; the distance 60 yds.
Several races were run. tbe winner of two being
Mr. Noble, and of one Mr. McGregor. (None of
the watches present were fast enough to keep the
time.) Rain coming on the horse racing was
given up and return was made by everybody to a
tbe steamer, and on board which, all patiently 1
waited for tbe commencement of the Loal-raee.
At 1:30 His Majesty appearing, the boats Wete '
brought into Hue and. alter saluting, tbe two boats
which were to compete in tbe first race made their
appearance, each manned by eight stalwart native
oarsmen and steered by Mrs. Kapooloka and
Mrs. Kinoikl. Tbe distance from the starting
point, around the stake boat end return, was
about a mile, and both boats quickly accomplUbed
the distance, tbe one coxswained by Mis. Kapoo
loku winning by a few lengths only. Tbe next
race was between four, eight and nine oared
boats, seemingly subject lo no conditions but that
tbe first back, was to be regarded as the winner.
In this race Uis Majesty coxswained a boat palled
by young lads all under twelve yearn ol age and
wbo fought bravely, considering the weight they
carried, to score a winning. The boys were not
successful, the nine oared barge steered by II. R.
II. tbe Princess Liliu coming in first and quickly
lollowed by Mrs. Kalianawai's gig. His Majesty a
boat coining in fourth. At the conclusion of tbe
races, liiucn was partaken of by those wbo bad
come provided. The absence of wind prevented
the proposed yacht race, only two of tbe expected
yachts having art i ved. At 4 r. U. tbe start home
ward was made, and the picture as tbe ilokolii
moved from ber anchorage, with the boats of tbe
royal party lowing abt.-rn. flags and pennants fly
ing, the dark background loiined by Hie hills, tbe
bright and glorious t-ljri-u ot i lie river in front, all
this together with the enlivening strains ol musio
from the band was sncli us will s. i ve to keep long
in the memory the naialiiiniis day. After a short
stop at Puiiloa to receive II. M. Hie Queen, tbe city
was reached and the coiii'iuny dispersed. Satisfied
that tbe weather was the only drawback to their
thoroughly enjoying the day.
Calendar for the Circuit Court of the Third
Judicial Circuit, Waimea, Hawaii.
November Term. 1879." ' '
Hon. L. McCulIy, Justice of tbe Supreme Court, pre
siding ; Hon. Chan. f. Hart, Circuit Jurtife, Associate.
Uia Excellency E. Preston,, Attorney General, for tbe
Hawaiian Ji bt.
The Kin vs. Keokl Furnishing lienor to natives.
Apl-al f roiu Circuit Judgf. Tried and avijuitted. I). H.
Hitchcock for defendant. . .
Tbe King va. S. W. Kaikuablue Furnishing liquor to
natives. Pleaded guilty and fined 1 25. I), li. Hitchcock
The King va. Kaaukal (k) and Kaainnkn (w Adultery,
Appeal from Circuit Court, lines paid aud appeal with
drawn. Tbe King vs. Kalohal (k) Forgery. Plea, not guilty i
verdict, guilty. Imprisoned for six mouths' hard labor
and a fine of 5. F. M. Hatch for defendant.
The King va. Kaliula Embezzlement. Nolle prosequi
entered. Kepabn for defendant.
Tbe King va. Aikanaka Assault with deadly weapon.
Nolle prosequi entered.
Tbe King v.. E. M. Kslaikna liurglary. Plea, not
guilty ; verdict, guilty. Imprisoned at hard labor for
Tbe King vs. Iapeka Housebreaking. Pitta, guilty.
Sentenced to imprisonment at hard labor for six liumUia.
The King vs. Kailiiuai Larceny. Nolle prosequi an
tered. Hitchcock and list b for defendant.
The King v.. Hoomalu Larceny, third degree. Con
tinned until tbe next May term.
The King vs. Kokai Plea, not guilty ; verdict, guilty.
Sentenced to alx months imprlaonuiont at hard labor.
Tbe King va. Manuel Mendoza Arson, first degree.
Plea, not guilty ; verdict, guilty. Sentence, Imprison
ment for life. 11. F. Dlckerton for defemlsnt.
The King v.. Waiona (Cb) -Helling liquor without II.
cense. Tried, and a verdict of guilty returned. Hen.
tenced to pay a fine of 1500 and cots.
Mixed Joar. Civil Cases.
E. Eekoa v.. Noble Appeal from Circuit Judge. Caae
dismissed on plaintiff's motion. Plaintiff for himself ;
D. H. Hitchcock for defendant.
The King va. Hao ; the King vs. I tbe King vs. Msnu
eu ; the King v.. Kahulinio Selling liquor without a
license. Kemitted to the fjistrict Court for Judgment.
In tbe matter of J.N. Kapahu, a licensed attorney
Settled and reprimanded.
In the matter of the estate of I'lniuml, deceased Ap
peal f rom Judge Lyman, Probate Court. Continued to
uivonc c cases.
Kabele (w) v.. Hananio Divorce granted ; D. H. Hitch-
coc ror H""1"- e (w v- "aiaiiet (k) Continued
the M.y MeIe (w) T. M.nn, (kV-Dtvoroe
granted; k. k. mcierwn ior ur-ena
vs. Kahalewai (w; Divorce granted.
Uickerton for ut-ellant. Kawahainai (k)
vs. Kealoha Continued to the May term : W. L. Holoka.
hiki for libellant. Haleniau (kl v.. Hoopaikalaima (w
Continued to tbe May term ; Castle k Hatch for llbellart.
Kabele (w) vs. Kauiauiai (k) Defendant aot served.
Heleliilii (k) v.. Kifckie w) Divorce granted ; Castle A)
Hatch for lihellant. Kenao (w) va. Kaupall (k) Divorce
granted ; Castle A Hatch for libellant. KamatplUkaaa
vs. Maikaloa Divorce granted ; Castle k Hatch for libel
lant. Kesupnui (w) v.. D. IS. Kulanut . ki Divorce
granted ; Cattle k Hatch tor libellant Kalihiole (k) va.
Eraa (w) Divorce granted ; Castle k Hatch for libellant.
Timothy Heed va. Kela Iteed JUivorce gran tad. Euinu
nnl (k) va. Hookano (w; Divor4 granted. Kalulahl (w)
vs. Kiko (k) Divorce granted ; W. L. HolokahlkJ for 11.
bellant. Nawahia (k) v.. Kawai (w) Divorce granted.
Kapela (k) v.. Kalopi (wl Divorce granted. 8. P. Kuma
kea(k) vs. Kaleikaukeha (W; Divorce granted. Kalaoke
ola vs. Kaula Divorce granted. Kapena (w) va. Kapena
(k) Continued to May term. Pa(kva. Kapule (w Di
vorce granted. Keakamabene (w) vs. Kalame fk)
Divorce granted ; D. H. Hitchcock for libellant. Ekela
Kaoo (k) vs. Kapahu (w) Divorce granted. Akamu (k)
vs. Kueueku (wj Divorce granted ; Castle A Hatch for
libellant. Kane va. Kekuewa (w) Divorce granted.
Kahi (kl vs. Kealoba (W) Divorce granted. - Pike (w) vs.
Kahikn (k) Divorce granted. Kalaipepeha fw) vs. fe
ivi (k) Divorce granted. Kanaka (k) va. Ana (w) Di
vorce granted : D. H. Hitchoork for libellant. Nalnawa
(k) vb. Kewailau (w) Divorce granted. Ane (W) vs.
Kaulaweolani (k) Divorce refused ; W. L. Holokahikl for
libellant. Kanunui (k) vs. Keaka (w Divorce granted ;
D. H. Hitchcock for libellant. Papa (w) va. Mabuka (k)
Divorce granted. Aomi (Ch) va. Nlaulsnl (w) Divorce
granted. Kekaua (w) vs. Paullilli (kV Continued to May
term. Kahinu(w)vs. Kahele (k) Divorce granted, I).
H. Hitchcock for libellant. Kahelenane (w) v.. Kol (k
Continued to May term. Kaaukal (k)v. Kalawa (w)
Continued to May term. Kaolallau (w) vs. Eanakaokal
(k) Divorce granted.
f Fifteen candidate for admission to the bar were etv
amined by the Attorney General, Mr. Hitchcock, and Mb..
Holokahiki, a committee appointed by the Court, antorn
report of committee none were admitted.
' The license of E. Kekoa was enlarged to permit hint to,
practice before the local Circuit Judge in C nam tiers.
The Court sat from Thursday, Nov. Ctb, tp tbe .follow.