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FRIDAY. VK'.-EMUKR l-.rj.
Tbe stormy weather that prevailed during tbe early
part of the week, and the advent of the Christmas l.' h
Uj. t'-gethrr with the fa. t that tu.t l le are I ri r
Ing f.r the annnal settlement t New Y r' tlt-v t-;' r
Inluc a combination rvd favi rmi-le tu aLiiuattc-n in
btulswa clrrjre. We have to J rt. however. ! x rriv.
aU from abroad four with lumber, one with coal, a !
one with mktrtetl tu. rrLalelie. f-.r 1 tail of Bhiih
Im'I'.w. The invol.e value of tliew lmp,rU will f t
Uat ij.iM. and aa the,r. M. steaii.er failed t roi.hei t,
we hare no export, to report. There Wfre sou.e veu
hundred too of freight ready t- be ah.lppe.1 f. r han
Francisco by the ateaiurr, Leat.lee l4iibL, rt.-.. arI
bob r cf passengers were bo.keL The sugar aiel ru t
will be forwarded by sailing vessels, bnt the unn of
Luuw will luSrr Iom. The steamer made hi r ap ar
ano. off tbe harbor at s -K on Tuesday morning, a day
behind ai heJole time. Tte wind was blowing frei-h fr-.m
the southward, with rata, bnt the pilot (Cat. M. Ii tr)
oceeeUel la getting on boan, soon after whi h she wctl
off nn.ier full steam ami disaj peered twyund Iianion.l
Ilra.1. taking the pilot with her to Sau Fran. i-eo.
MiUtilT HHaajsjis lid iii'uii Ditiis. There l a
very litter feeling among iiurt r In Vw Y--rk aain-t
rWrtary riberiuan, because af bla having uuri e.l the
authority to make law, whi. b lel.mr .r.irly t. C.u
rrrim aloue. The last Conrraa Laving: refused t- paei
law suitable t- Mr. Sherman, hs has enf'n d. by orrl- r
from the Tr-anry I'irliu. tit, the very thina Conrrae
r)tel- At least, that la precisely what be ha dotie re
garding the colle.ti.-n of the duty on anar. The ne of
the LM'lartM-te in i-t-nutnln(( the ilutiable qnalitr of
euirar wa ilUap.r-rJ after the tuoxt rarrful invi ti'
tlon the 0uAUtte of Waya and Xriti, bcrane th. y
wrre roorinreil that it operation wouM t ijnju-t both
to the Kuvertttuent and the tner'liaiit. Still. In the fare
of that illa j'ro val. Secretary Mhenuan haa lt- r 1 lt-
M by i-ecia! or-ler. The r ult t confuion ami tl i t
iafat tion. C'arsoea rerHire'I twoBiontlia ao are U"t liui
dated yet. and the Importer cannot li-aru bow lum li ilut v
the goTrrniuenl will demand of hiiu. The r-awn if iliM
la thai It la attrnipt:d to aa-ertain the aai harine ntrfiiKth
of all tfie uar in a rar. by tnttn a few mu,, . Ah
aaniplea, even from the aame parkaKe, will difl. r in that
tvapct aiiffli-l utly t rbauK the rate of duty, the imi.
ntbitlty of biakiDK ail ai curate uwumrtit of duty in tl.la
way it parSLt. The nerf-hantiaat the merry of chant e,
or of the ofiirer who tuakra the U-at. He may be aM-M-d
lun b iiu. re fhao be ouirht to pay, or he may find it worth
Via while to in-lin e the ofn-rr to aM-ea him for lum h
Iraa than the Kixrrtiiiiriit ounht to recelre. In any raxe,
either the govrnmu nt or the merrhant is liable to aufh r
Injuatice. A fixed rate of dnty, that cannot 1 rhan' d
If tkajica or drain, la what U demanded, and it la the
wly ray la whk h faad and Injustice can be pre-tnted.
S. W. Poet. !.rr. 25.
Our datea from Han Tranriaro are to December 10. We
quota : :
K ! . Kefinery price : Extra powdered. lic
emebed. cube anil fine cmnbe.l, li Sc ; extra iframilatrd.
lle ; dry do.. 12ne ; i.lden :. lie ; extra C. II ,c ; It,
i-tr. all in barrel. Half bbU Vc and bxa e mi-re for
all klntta. 'o or'ir la takrn f-r leaa tlian 40 bbla or
einivairnt In hf bbla or bxa. Hawaiian. Kllc. ai-ortl-Invr
to (jnality. IO ring the month of November the local
renner alTancrd their pricea 1 He V H nnnd. Thn
far thia aaanth. they bars rednced them 1 S T V H
ronnd. ao that they now atand Jnirt where they did on the
l,t Norember. The atlrance waa to check ciJin, and it
waa nujt a aweceaa.
hi. China. I tMM for mixed, and tfiH Sf 1ft 100
for No. 1 China ; Hawaiian table, tc to li.Sc lb.
"The All-t aaya : The bom In the emtar market has
been arretetl. and decline of lc Ift la now announced
for refined irooda, followlnn a reaction In the New York
market. Thia la not exactly in accordance with the ma.oa
of atatlMtira pnbliehed by aome JolirnaU parporting to
abow ao alarming decreaae in the prospective anppliea of
the raw material. The kacal reonery baa a Rood aapply
tit raw m Kara, ex recent arrival a.
HONOLULU, 21. I.
HO Am bk Arkwrlfht, Newball, M dayi from New
eaatle, N W
21 An bktna Victor. 42 Jaya from Port Gamble
S r M H 8 City ol Jew Yerk, Cobb, from riydney
if, Am bk Bainier. Unlff. 89 davs from beat lie
'IWia tern W L Beebe. Erachen. '1 day a frcm Port
04 Am bk Camden, Robinaon, 25 daya fax Port CimblA
tm bktna Eureka, Nocdbexf, 1 day irum a r II
i:i kti'ii ic.
23 P MBS City of New
for can franclaco
Tork, Cobb, paased the port
1L0C THE UI1AKTES.
rTTi Am ache W H Merer ia loadinc at Brewer fc Co. a
Wharf for San Franclaco. for which port abe will aail to-
Tha Am tern W I. Beebee la diacharginf- a cargo of lum
ber at Allen A- Bobinaon'a wharf.
At the Enplanade, cppoelt tha Cnatom Honae, the Aw
achr Ida Schnaner la dlacharKing a cargo of redwood.
Tha Am btna Eureka 1 at th Old t-teamJ-bip wharf,
diacharglnif a general cargo from San Franclaco.
At tb Oplanade. foot of Fort at. It looka lively. The
Am bktne Victor and bk Balnlcr are discharging lumber,
the Am bk Arkwrtght coal, and the Ambk Helena la tak
tntx ia ballaat.
Tha Am bktne Grace Roberta is loading ilPMSS Co'a
dock wltb augar, and will aail thia morning for San Fran
claco, taking tha U 8 mails which should have goce for
ward per P M 8 8 City of New York-
Also at the same wharf, the Oer bk Anfc-oate ia dis
The Am tk Camden la in tha stream, waiting for a
berth to discharge.
The P M 8 3 City of New York arrived off the port last
Tuesday morning, during the gale. Pilot M- Intyre
boarded her, and had been on board but a few min
utes when the ateamer squared sway, and has not teen
seen or heard of since. It la generally supposed that she
haa gone right through to ban Francisco. 8be did not
communicate with the shore.
The FUSS Australia will be due from San Francisco
on Monday r xt with U 8 mails. Urr laat trip to San
Franclaco was xuada In 8 days. 23 hours and ia minutes
beat on record.
Vessels fsr flawalalai frawa Fwrcigsi I'aria.
Asa ahip Oen BoUer, Mewcsstle, K8W
Bnt sp llHJhayer, Looduo via St Micbaela.
sna 8ep w
Brit bk Lady Head. London, do
Bria a Caarns- UrernooC doe
sailed from Lon-
Br ft bk Norbam Castle from Clajrnw due Dec 20-25
Brit bk Contest, Liverpool, aailed July 30 vis Valparaiso
Bnt bk Tokotes. New Caatle. doe t
11 aw bk Kale, Bremen, doe Feb 6-10. 1840
Ass scb Cls Sprcckels. Ban Frsncieeo, via ITJo arrived at
llilo Dec S
raotue riaber. New Caatle, doe
Am acta Hbeet Anchor. New Caatle, dae Dee 25-30
Am kera Bera, Depsrtore Bsy. due
But stmr Aaxcralia, Kan Fraociaco, doe Dec 29
Raialea scb Vivid, Fanning laiaad, doe
Am atlne Sea, Waif, Boo ham laland, Doe
Am bk Emms Aacuata, New Caatle. N 8 W.itne '
Urr bflM Hicboiaa, IWmih Sea lslaoda. due leb 1
Am bk Ceylon, Boston, leading Nov 19
Am srhr Kaatsce. Sao Francisco, for Ksholui, due
Am beta Hoard, pott Gamble
Am srhr Ada May, Ban Pranciaco, for Hilo, loading Dec 10
Am achr Booanas, eaa rranciaco, r Hilo, loadin Dec 10
Brit bk l.ady Lampaoo, San I'ranclaro, doe Uee Yt-Z
Am bk II W Atany. Saa Francisco, doe Dee 27-31
VESSEL3 IN I'ORT
IT S 8 Lackawanna, Chandler
USA gunboat Banger. Boyd
arnica a stwot.
Haw bk Kalakaoa
Haw bgtne Pomare, lor sale
Am topsail sch LoleU. Dexter
Haw ach JaKa A Look.
Am wb bk Pacific. Enow lea.
Am ach Uooora, 8era
Am bktne Urace Roberta, CHsen
Am bk Helena, "now
Cer b Asruate, Scbomacher -
Am bktne J A faiyinborg, lisbbart
Haw bk Hawaii, w sitae
Am star W U Meyer. Juolaa
Haw brig' Julia SI Avery, Avery
Haw bf ine Storm Bird, 11 at Held
Am scbr Ida gchnaoer, Hchnauer
Am bk Arkwri(bt,Ncwbail
Am bktne V Ktosi
Am bk Rainier. Wolff
Am tern W L Beebe, Erachen
A m bk Camden, Roiuane
Am bktne Koreka, Norilberg
Pan Franclaco AniveJ : Nor 27 Am butne HazatI.
Miller, hence Oct 31; Ptel Hrit stmr Australia, Car
sill. benca Nov 34 : 3 Brit bk Lady Lajnpsou. Marston.
bence Nut 11 ; 6 Am bk H W Aimy, Freeman, hence
Port Townsend Arrived. Dec 5 Am bktne Catherine
Sudden, Ingalia, hence Nov 22.
Departure Cay Arrived, Dec 4 Am bk Revere, Mcln
tyre, hence Nov II.
Victoria. B C Arrived, Dec Am tk rcnang, Tattrn.
hence Nov 'XI.
namburg Arrive.1. Pec 6 Am ship Springfield, Peart,
hence June U, via J arris Island.
Oct S. lat 4 X. long 35 W, lirtt bk Caama. Irvlag, frrta
Liverpool for thia port.
From Haxt Francisco, per Eureka. Dec 26 11 pkgs Ctii.
nese m'lse. 61 pkira canned goods. 11 pkgs dry goods. Ut
pkiis coal oil. tfS bbls salmou. 1 pki;s li4Uor. lMl pks
Krain. f J bbls lime. 2M0 pkgs provisions, and a lot of
Front Port Townsend. per Victor, Dec 2315 m lsths.
B0 m ihingles. 40,iJ ft lambcr.
From NewcaUe, 5 S W. per Arkwright, Dec 20-ltA
From Port Blakely. per W L Beebe, Dec 2-3$2.jO feet
lumber, J" ns lsths.
' From Port Osmble. per Bainier, Dec 26 MW.OOO feet
Inrober, k m sblaglea. 100 m Ulna.
From Port Oamble. per Camden, Dec ' 26 )9.0no Trf.t
lumber. lt m shinglea. 15 m Utha. 2w) acks oats, 113 scks
From Port Oamble, per Camden, Dec 2-3 Chinese.
TrotS Port Blakely. per Win L Beebe. Dec 2C-T Heron.
At Manoa T alley, De. 96th. to tb wife of Mr. Charles
Lsa&, a aoa. . . ; s
At H.-n.roaka't. KoUala. ITawaii. Der nth, to the wife rf
Tht. J. Uay Men a daughter.
GermanU Star. . Dual's Taa- Pow ler
. u,, rnlnw.Ma Riser fauitorn in kam-k. A cases,
I'..-. 17. f n.aiar'.al itx'T. Mr.
I t 1 - n h-t-n-'l ly the
1. At!, of 1: r ol-!rt sun, Jani'-a A.
oti tLe Uth of the i-ame
1 1 :.! r Iii t ' . i 1 1 v
Axv .- HT I't-i
tin J '1 a:. ! !! n
I lit, !. n cut
ni'.i.t!.. ;:i'.. r of hi a,'e. She wa tt her dith
4' v. .r a:. 1 l- :,;..i!ti, M. A 1 'MriC wiff and mother,
and a ri:et!... r f the r!.;ir--h of i hrit. r-lie Into be-
1 n.-l 1
r a l.'.-i nil
I. t:.r- nt:d a ria'i-htT to ni'mrn
I., r 1 " ! -
fr-Mn t i i f it'
r -t fr in t:.' :r
-1 are tt--l ad lj. h die in the lV-rd
: tea. i-aith the spirit, that they may
1 - r-. tr. ! t!. ir workA do f-dlow thtra."
I'H n t Wl.i
'f l r t. L.t.-". tLi
y ir. : I 1 1 Ji.; .
r f .rd. Ent-lan l. Nov. 7th.
oi h:h a L-avies, aged el
TJJTZ ? A C 1 n C
S.X 'VI ' III) A Y. DECEMBER?;.
-t a-e. tt.lt
on le imatiiig whole fami
The rA v a a" ' t a ii.AlivijAiit
r n. .i1t!. J - "
TllE W ,T'i- l.ifll
from an cilitori.il
wo have ijuoU'd above are
an ciitri. il nrticle in laft edneeuay 8
(i'lt'lff . an l arc f.iir eamf.lcs of t!ie vicioufelj ex
aorato.l lc in wbicfi that jnrr has for sev
eral i"ti'-e of late, iniTP rewntcd the condition of
the j uMie l.ca'tli of t!ii city. In its iue of the
2?th November, the (laz'tte nnnonnced that the
fever ha l ontirclj diVar rarcJ, and congratulated
its readers ujm the perioral good health of the
eitj. IliTin aubsoquently ascertained that at
the very time it was c.mfidcntly announcing the
di?-aj.jarance of malarial fever the dieac waa
really more trevulciit than it had ever been be
fore or in fact has locn eince, this model edi
itor having hui jd full of horrors, r.roduccedexl to
ruf-h at once into the extreme of fear nnd trepi
dation. And in tl.is mood he conjured up a pic
tare of rt rever-etricken, suffering community,"
" the diftrcht of the ?oj.lct and I he ravages of a
-ctilcnce that i carrying off so many people,"
thus d ing his bcft to create a panic in the com
munity which might have been almost as perni
cious in itn eff -cts on eomn minds as an attack of
the fever it-elf. Doubtless the editor was hira
cclf thoroughly frightened, and while penning
hid reckless random statements we can imagine
ITii each particular hair did tand on end
Like quills ui-iu tho fretful porcupine.
His unt il obliquity of mental vision is exhibit
ed when lie pj'cnk of the dineae having been en
gaged in "decimating" whole families for months
j a-t. To decimate is to take one in ten, and thus j
it might appear that we had families here num-
erically constituted on the Mormon plan. And
"the ravages of n malignant pestilence" have been j
ding this (earful work of decimation !
"Cut in theliistory of thl dire campaign j
More carnage lala the paper than the plain." I
When confronted with the figures of mortality
as presented by tho President of the Board of '
Health, which utterly disprove his panicky state
ments as to the "ravages of the pestilence," he
has not the manliness to reproduce them in his
own columns, but criticizes, italicises and small
capitalizes a simple btateiucnt of fact by the Pre
sident, the pertinency of emphasising which is
t all apparent.
Now that the malarial fever, of which we Lave
had an unusual experience during the two months
just paired, has practically subsided, we may not
anticipate that the vicious untruthfulness ol the
Gazelle man, persistently adhered to io spite of
the logic of facts, will have any appreciable effect
in exciting the fears of its readers here at the
bat as we intimated in our last, the mis-
e is that the lalse statements of the uazett
as to "the ravages of a malignant pestilence" in
Honolulu will go abroad, where the character of
that paper for unreliability is comparatively un
known, ami where the stories may do us no little
injury before their falsity can be made apparent.
To our friends in California and at the East, who
happen to get copies of the last three issues of tho
Gazelle, our city will appear to be a second
Memphis, and perhaps the philanthropic may
think of sending us nurses and quinine, in our
dire extremity. But we again beg to assure our
readers and friends abroad that the rate of mor
tality consequent upon the late prevailing fever
has been bj, no means large, nor calculated to ex
cite unusual fears, although, to quote the lan
guage of the President of a the Board of Health,
"some alarm was naturally caused by the decease
of an unusual number of prominent citizens." It ,
was the direction in which the mortality appear
ed, and not its magnitude which caused alarm.
And in this connection the fact may be stated
that the deaths in the Queen's Hospital, which
were included in the official table published in our
last, should not fairly havo been eo included in
estimating the rate of mortality in the city at
large. This deduction being made, will still fur
ther decrease the rate to not far from the ordina
The Algaroba is a familiar tree in these
Islands, having been introduced here many yafirs
since, from Chile or Peru, where it is a native.
The Hawaiians call it Kiawe, from its pendulous
foliage. It grows rapidly, flourishing well in dry
locali'ics. It makes excellent firewood, burning
almost as readily when green as when dry, and it
lears abundantly a seod-pod, from 4 to C inches
long, which constitutes food lor horses and cattle,
and of which they are very fond. In fact the troe
is such a useful one, and grows so freely with
little or no care, that it has been a matter of sur
prise to us thut owners of large tracts of unim
proved land have not taken the pains to introduce
it extensively. Kecently the publishers of the
S. F. Uulltlin have imported a quantity of the
seeds of the Carob tree for distribution in Cali
fornia. This appears to belong to tho same family
with our algaroba, though superior in some re
spects, and judging from the description giyen,
would be a valuable tree to introduce into these
lelands. It is n native of most countries border
ing on the Mediterranean, hut is especially abun
dant in the Levant. Its history from remote an
tiquity has been intimately connected with that
of the human race. It grows quite rapidly, and
attains a height of 40 feet, frequently extending
its graceful branches over a space of a hundred
feet in diameter. The tree blossoms twice a year,
namely, about the first of February and again in
September. It bears immensely, and the pod at
maturity is wholesome, cither fresh or dried, for
both man and beast, and possesses remarkable
fattening qualities. In Spain, where the trees are
very abundant, the pods arc fed in large quantities
to horses, cattle, swine nnd sheep. During the
war of 1S1 1-12 they often formed the principal
food ol the English cavalry horses. Io times of
scarcity the fruit of tho carob tree becomes an im
portant article of food among the peasantry of
Southern Eurore ; while in the warmer parts of
Syria and Egypt, the pods are bo charged with
sugar as to be regarded as a delicacy by the com
mon people, and are sold in the shops of many
Earopean cities as a sweetmeat. The beans, when
roasted, arc said to make an excellent substitute
fur coffee. The carob tree is pre-eminently adapt
ed to a dry climate, flourishing to the greatest
perfection in tha hottest and driest regions of the
Levant. Generally it thrives in any but damp
situations, not excepting the most ungrateful and
arid soil, and even in localities where its roots
can obtain a foothold only among, the rocks.
We should like to see the carob introduced here,
for there are numerous localities that are now
barren, where this valuable tree would flourish.
At tbe session of tbe American Board of Commis
sioners fur Foreign Missions, it waa etatej the Board
bad rsceiyeJ an l expeodeJ from the beginning about
S 17,000,000. It bas organized Dot far from 300 na
tive churches, with about 83,030 communicants;
sent out (o0 ordained missionaries and about 250
unmarried lady missionaries. The have reduced to
writiDZ 2C0 languages; and have issued, in 6G lan
guages, upwarJa of 2.G0O different educational and
v iui' ttittL. isik r,
OYSTERS, Ac, Ac.
rivr.l this .Uy.aiel s.l " B0..K9 CO
The stccESa which has thus far attended Mr.
James Campbell's efforts to obtain water for irri
gation by boring at bis estate at Ewa, on this In
land, has had the effect, as was anticipated, of
stimulating other enterprises of the same nature.
Mr. Campbell is now engaged in sinking a well at
the " Eiz Tree " ranch, which, if successful will
render available for cultivation in cane and other
crops a large tract of virgin land. Mr. A. D
Pierce, who baa bad a large experience in boring
for oil in Pennsylvania and for water in Califor
nia, is under engagement to sink an artesian well
at Pawaa manka of Judge McCully's, and also
one for the owners of the Waikapn estate, at
East Maui, on the commons at that place. He
pr iceeds to San Francisco by the first opportunity
to i rocure the reauisite machinery. Mr. Pierce
is quite confident that by boring to a sufficient
depth, flowing wells can be bad in almost any
locality on these Islands, and he bases bis opinion
upon scientific theories. As we have had occas
ion to observe in these eolumns before, the nccom
plithmcnt of flowing artesian wells will be inval
uable, as a means of fully developing the agricul
tural resources of the country.
The Week of Prayer, 1880.
SrvDAT. Jan. A. Sermons on the "fulness of
Mosdat, Jan. 5. Tbanksgivine for the bless
ings of the past year, and prayer for their contin
Ti espat, Jan. C. Confession of sin and humili
ation before Ood.
Wf.dnksdat. Jan. 7. Frayer for the Church of
Christ, its ministers, its growth in grace and its
enlargement, and for revivals of religion.
Thwmpat. Jan. 8. Prayer for Christian educa
tion, for the family and institutions of learning.
for Sunday schools, and Christian associations.
Fkidat. Jan. 9. Prayer for nations, rulers, and
people-. f..r peucf, and religious liberty.
SaTfRPAT. Jan. 10. Prayer for home and for
Thk IIkaziman Con ee Ckop. The terrible
ilroiiih which baa afflicted us for four months con
tinueg in the valleys of the Parabyba and Pomba
1 be atmosphere is heavy, hazy and damp in the
morning, and scorching during the day. At the
new mooiiH there are indications of rain, southwest
winds, and thunder storms arise, but resolve them
selves into slight squalls. The largest rivers have
onl jr ball their usual depth, and the streams which
supply the power on the plantations are so lowi
mat work is suspended. It appears to us that we
are passing through a repetition of the great North
ern drouth, which seems to be Invading the regions
Deniuti the aeacoast range ol mountains. We mis
trust that all tbis series of phenomena is connected
with geologic d and meteorological disturbances,
which it might bo well to study in their bearing
upon agricultural industry. ibis cxceDtional
drouth is affecting our only existent lucrative agri
culture npon a large scale that of coffee. The
bloom comes late and light, and contradicts the
anticipations of a large crop for 1880. It seems
to us that we ought rather to count upon a failure
of the old trees, and rely for a crop upon the large
number of new trees in this rejflon. At all events
the result is doubtful, and there is a probability of
a stnau crop, we may add that toe crop or 1878
is almost finished, and that that of 1879 in some
places wus only a third, and in others only a sixth
of an average crop. Therea may be some little spurt
in toe export trade, under tne influence of nigher
prices, but no one should delude himself, as by De
cember 31st the reserves will be exhausted. It
follows that we shall have a failure of coffee at Rio
Janeiro from January until July, 1880. and taking
this in connection with the small crops of Java
and Ceylon, our principal product must speedily
command great attention from European and
American sneculators. Extract from a letter to
the Rio de Janeiro Jornal do Commercia, Sent.
The following, from the 8. F. Call, of Dec. 7
illustrates the erroneous views which gain credence
over there about matters and things at these Islands.
iu uutruuucuuo oi toe Hawaiian race is
not fast approaching, as has recently been shown by
facts and figures, and we do not propose that the
Chinese shall take the place of the native place. As
to the Chinese line of steamers, it remains to be
seen what will come of it.
Not Exploded. A con tempo ry says that the bug
aboo of a Chinese line of steamers to run to the
Sandwbich Islands haa been exploded. Nothing of
the kind, mere is, upon toe contrary, every indi
cation that such a line of steamers will be establish
ed. The Chinese are shrewd enough, however, not
to attempt at the outset to put on the steamers to
make trips at regular periods, but they engage first
a load of passengers, and then the steamer leaves.
Thus they make no lossess This is what a line of
steamers owned by the Ch .nese means, and American
Steamers will not be able to obtain Chinese passen
gers in opposition to their own companies. The
Sandwich Islands are virtually under the control of
the Chinese already, and we see no reason to doubt
that a Chinese company will be able to carry out the
plaDS which its managers propose. The correspond
ent of a San Franscisoo paper a short time since
wrote from the Sandwich Islands as follows :
As it is, he (Sandwich Islander) is content to
linger supinely over his raw fish and poi, while his
Chinese guests are slowly but surely resting from
bint hi rich taro patches and rice fields. The most
remarkable thing in connection with the native pop
alation is the rapid manner on which it is being
swept from the face of the earth. The utter extinct
ion of this race seems fast approaching; and it is not
improbable that many hundreds of youthful Chinese
now roaming the streets of Honolulu, may yet wit
ness the last scene in the Hawaiian drama.
As no other population bnt the Chinese are taking
the plaoe of the native race, the result is easily forecast-
It is possible the naval victories of the Chileans
rendered them a little to sangaine. Flushed with
their successes on tho sea, they marched inland,
with the intention of demolishing the snited Boli
vian and Puruvian forces. The hostile armies met
near Loa, at the month of the river of the same name
on the boundary between Peru and Bolivia, had a
battle, and the Chileans were defeated, as shown in
the brief details heretofore given. It will be well for
all the parties if this defeat should put an end to
the war. So far it has been sanguinary and ex
haustive. There is a general belief that it has gone
on long enough, and ought to come to a close. Dip
lomacy won Id probably accon.pr.sh as much now as
at any time hereafter. .
Excitement at Castled ab.
Castlebae, December C. On the removal of
Thomas Rrennan to the prison from the Court
House, lost night, great crowds, with blaiiog tar
barrels, following the car in which he was conveyed
cheering the prisoner and hooting the police. The
crowed stopped the car, bat as it was well guarded
no rescne.was attempted, .subsequently tbe police
by order of the Magistrate, seized the tar barrels
and the crowd dispersed precipitately. There
great excitement at Casllebar and in the neighbor
Loxdox, December 6. During the recent cyclone
in tne uay oi uengai, a storm wave swept over
Monkishai Island, drowning several hundred persons.
A Berlin correspondent states that tbe last St.
retersonrg newspapers received mere contain no
articles on the attempt on tbe Czar's life, as they
had not received permission to publish them.
TTXIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. THE
JV M kMBKKs Or OAIIL LOIXiE NO. 1, a
hereby notified to meet at the Halt. Hotel Street, i
Wednesday morning next, at 10 o'clock.
It PKK ORDER.
OF THE CHANCELLOR COMMANDER.
Tbe finder will be
same at this Office.
suitably rewarded ly leaving the
OREGON, FAMILY, PIC PORK,
IX SO It. KKCS, RECEIVED PER J. A.
FALKINBCRu. For sale by (d27) BOLLES Co.
PERSOXS. INDEBTED TO THE
STORK on Nouns street, known aa the WHITE
IIOl'SE, lately under the management of $
will please make Immediate payment at the
Office of M.
Phillips Co., ro. ii Kaahuraanu tt-
All accounts not paid within Thirty Days, will be placed
in the bands of our attorney, who will use rigorous mcasun s
to collect tbe eame.
dtf if M. PHILLIPS & Co., II Kaahumanu St.
Es wird sur allgemeioen kenntniss gebracht dans
L Der kaufmann (Abraham) Albert Loeweoberg wohnhaft in
Honolulu, Baton des su twn rranciaco wohnhsft'-n Rentiers
Raphael Loeweoberg und seiner in Berlin verstorbenen
Ebefraa Rike gvborene Scbwersenaki.
2. Und die Henriette (Jenny) Scbotllaender wohnhaft tu Po
sen. Tochter des verstorbenen Kaufmann's Valentin
Bcbottlaender nnd seiner Ehcfrau Johanna geborene Joa
chimczyk ia Posen die Ehe mit einander eingehen wollcn.
Die Bekanntmachung des Aufgebots bat in der Suult Posen
ood in einer der geleaenaten Zeitung in Honolulu su ge
achehen. Posen am 13ten November, 1879.
decSSSt I8. RUMP.
of grinding cane wriw" , -rrr
particular, and Vr
TATION CO., Koloa,
Or II. HACKFKLP CO., Honolulu
V? the ii.nl on Thursday, we received the following
from Amherst, Maes. :
WhBX-is ; In the mysterious workings of Hl Provi
dence, it haa pleased Almighty God to remove from earth
onr late friend and brother William Frederick Damon,
Wbeseas ; Ia vitw of the loss we have an stained, by
his decease, and of the still greater loss sustained by
those who were nearest and dearest to him, and
Whxbxas ; It is but just that a fitting recognition of his
many virtues should be had. therefore tx it
Resolved ; By Alsph Chapter of the D. O. K. Frater.
nity, that while humbly submitting to the dispensation of
Divine Providence, we do n- t the leaa mourn for the bro
ther who has been taken from ns.
Resolved ; That during hi three terms' connection
with ns, by his generous character and genial disposition,
Lis constant devotion to tha welfare and comfort of
others, his pentlemanly and obliging conduct, and his
attention to all duties assigned to him, he not only en
deared himself to all who were favored with his friend
ship, but acquired the respect of all with whom be was
b ronght in contact.
Resolved ; That we communicate this expression of
onr sorrow to the parentx and friends of the deceasedt
and tender them our heart felt sympathy in this tbetr
Resolved ; That as a token of regard for our late bro
ther, we wear for two weeks a suitable badge of mourn
ing. Resolved ; That these resolutions be entered in the
records of this chapter, and that a copy of them be trans
mitted to the newspapers of Honolulu.
H. n. Wilcox, Ath. Clamk, E. B. Rawsok, Omm&e.
Aleph Hall. Amherst, Mass., Xov. 15th, 1879.
The barkentine Eureka..Cai t. Xordbnrg, left.San Fran
cisco Dec. 10th, with wind and weather favorable. After
leaving the Heads the first thing most of the passengers
did was to get sick, and very naturally the second was tj
get well again, after which every body waa happy and
contented. The first four days out we had a splendid
wind and left San Franclaco 1011 miles behind. Then
for six long days we floated about and resorted to the moat
desperate remedies to kill time. On the eleventh day out
we caught a fine breeze and kept it the balance of the
trip, and made such good time that we were able to spend
a Merry Ch ristmas on tie Island. The Eureka Is a splen
did vessel both for freight and passengers, being finely
fitted up and entirely sea worthy. Captain Nordburg Is a
man who thoroughly understands his business, and has
only first class men with him, and the passengers all feel
that they owe him many thanks for his efforts to make
all comfortable and happy. The trip was accomplished
with but one accident, that of the drowning of the Cap
tain's valnable Newfoundland dog. Any one thinking
of making the trip to or from San Francisco should not
fail to go on the Eureka. A PASSENGER.
V. THE I'NUEKSIUSEU. A r l EK
M . . . . . . i i - :
ih an auaeuco oi tweuij-uuc year iruiu mc aiu
dom. will be happy to puy for Dances, ftc.
AtiureiS: J. w. I'lu&cmnu,
J2I 6m Parisian Restaurant, Hotel at., Honolulu.
Annual Meeting H. S. H. Society
XXVth ANNUAL. MKETINO OF HONO
LULU SAILOR' HOMK SOCIETY', will be held at
the Office, at II a. m., Wedneaday, December 31it. A full
meeting is desired.
Trustees going out In 1S1 S N Castle, John H Paty, 8 B
Dole, S Q Wilder, J U Dickson, V A gchaefer.
Trustees going out in 1880 9 C Damon, F Banning, Dan
iel Smith, J C Ulade, AS Cleghoru, K U Hall.
Trustees going out in 1879 C R Bishop, P C Jones, B F
Dillingham, H M Whitney Jos P Cooke, K P Adams. It
CONSULATE OF PORTUGAL.
Honolulu, December 27th, 1879.
In the matter cf the Estate of JOSEPH 8ILVA, deceaaed,
all persons having claims againit the Xatate of the above
named deceased, are requeued to present the same to the
Undersigned within Six Months, or they will be forever
barred. And all person! indebted to said Estate, are requested
to settle the same without delay.
de27 3t Consul for Portugal.
A RARE CHANCE.
FOR. S1LE1 The Slock, Fixtures, Goodwill and
Lease, of the Oldest Established Dry Oools Store in
Honolulu, favorably known as the WHITE HOUSE,
situated on Nuuanu Street, and lately under tbe management
of B. L. Lewis.
The above Store has been established a good many years,
and bas a large run of customers.
Terms and further information at tbe Offlce of
d27 tf M. PHILLIPS & Co., 11 Kaabumanu St.
NURSE AND MIDWIFE.
S. WARD, OX SCHOOL STREET,
between sort and Nuuanu Sts , hereby notifies the
cititens of Honolulu, that abe is prepared to act as N U RSE
in cases of SICK.VESS, havlog had many years experi
ence in tbe Hospitals at Stockton and Virginia City. And is
also a practical Mil) VI FG, prepared to attend patients
In case of need.
Any applications for her services either at her home or
through the Post Office will be promptly attended to.
d'27 3m MRS. WARD, 8chool street.
Programme of the Procession on the Lay
ing of the Corner Stone of the New
Palace, Dec. 31, 1879.
The Grand Marshal, non. W. C. Parke
t Knights of Jerusalem, a
Order of Forresters,
Order of Red Men,
Knights of Pythias,
Honolulu Fire Department,
Independent Order of Odd Fellows,
The Procession will form on King Street, the right resting on
Fort Street, at 10:30 a m., and move at 11 a. m.
The Masonic Fraternity will meet at 10 a. m.. in the Hall of
Lodge Le I'rogrea de I'Oceanle.
On arriving at the Palace Grounds, the Procession will open
to the right and left, allowing the Masonic Fraternity to pass in
review to the front.
It W. C. PARKS, Grand Marshal.
The Annnal Sale
JSlips fiiil Sitting's !
Of the Fort Street Church, will be held
On Monday ETfnlng, Dec. 29, 1879, at 7.30.
Jt P. C. JUNES, Jr., Secretary.
A. ISTEW MARKET I
Messrs. Raupp & Schrader, Butchers,
nAVR Ol'BXEI) A PUCK OF BUSI
NESS on Hotel Street, near Fort St , where Ibey will
have always on hand tbe best of
Beef, Veal, Mutton & Pork !
And the Best of
Greiman Sausages !
Made Freak Every Day
Also special attention given to their HOI,OGNA SAU
NA G IlS, which are warranted to keep for any length of
time. Tbe attention of parties traveling is specially directed
to these iiologna Sausages. They will serve their customers
at tbe very lowest rates. Orders from the country prom ptly
altenJi'J to. Shop kept open from 4 o'clock in the morning
uotil 8 o'clock at ni -ht. d27 3m
1IIE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing between the andersigned, baa thia day been dis
solved by mutual consent. All outstanding debts of the late
nrm will be sell led Dy Mr. W. II. furvls.
CHiKLKS WILLIE MS,
W1LUJM HERBERT PCRVI8.
Kukuihaele, Ilaraakua, Hawaii, Dec. 5, 1379. d20 1m
A PORTION OF A HOUSE, SUITABLE
for house keeping purposes. In a good location. For fur
ther particular Inquire at No. 10 King Street. lt
AXTED A HOOK-KEEPER.
A. B., Box No. 74.
RY A COMPETENT PERSON. A POSITION
as Governess or House-keeper. Thoroughly understands
all the details of flie cuisine, and would prefer a position with a
widower having children. Address :
It Miss L. MORRISON, this Office.
BEING ABOUT TO LEAVE THE HAWAIIAN
Islands. I have appointed Mr. Alex. J. Cartwright a
my attorney, who will attend
absence. d20 lm
to ail my DURinna auruiK uij
'MI ASKING THE
1 for the liberal ratrona?e heretofore bestowed on me in my
business as a dealer in Dry Goods and General Merchandise,
I wi.uld respectfully gjVe notice that I have disposed ol said
business to Mr. John Rebello, and ask Fir his a continuance
of those kind favors. JOSEPH ROBERT?,
d-K lm Corner of Hotel and Nuuanu Sts.
For Sale"! y
BOLLKS ft CO.
XTRA FAMILY FLOUR,
fclJorado Flour at $2.
Corn Meal In 101b osfs
Cracked Wheal in lOJb bafrs.
Oat Meal in 10 lb bags,
Received this day by
sen BOLLKS ft CO.
TAR, TAR !
Tar, per Amy Turner.
WILMINGTON N C.
(pig 79) BOLLKd ft CO.
1879-COLTJMBIA RIVER SALMON.
17 X J A. FA LK I X BURG, IN BARRELS
and half barrels; and a splendid quality of the Ppring
Catch. 1879. (se-27) For gale by IMI.LEe 4 CO.
N TWrSK.T. T-andVptyrex M-rra, thia aay.&
SUPREME COURT O F T II E II A W . 1 1 A X
lilandi. io Pre bale. In the Estate of UEORUE A.
BRIDOE3, of HoDolnla. d J. tatmat, and proof cf the
will of MARIA BRIDOKS. decraant. Before Mr. Justice
McCully. Ordrr of Notio o! Petition for Administration.
Oa reading and filin? the petition cf HIRAM BINtJHAM.
of Honolulu, alleglrg that Georre A. Bridjr.a, ot Honolulu,
uicu iriicaiaic at Dcoemta oa me ay of ov. a. D. l?7y,
that Maria Bridges died cn the 10th day of Dee. a. D.
IST'J, and praying that Letters of Administration issue to him.
aad also for proof of the will of Maria Bridges, the widow of
said Georjre A. Bridges, and for Letters of Cuardianhip of their
It is ordered that WEDNESDAY, the 7th tlav of JANU
ARY. A. D. 1S0. be and hereby is appointed for bcaricg raid
petition before the said Justice, in the Court Room of thia
Court, at Honolulu, at which time and place ait persona con
cerned may appear and show cause, 11 any tl.ey 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, a newspaper in Hono
lulu. Dated Honolulu, H. I., December 12th. 1?9.
LAWRENCE M'CI LLY,
Attest: Justice of the Supreme Court.
A. ROSA, Deputy Clerk. 120 3t
IX THE SUPREME COURT OF THE II A
RAMON A FKRN AN DEZ SMITH vs. CHARLK3 SMITH,
Libel for Divorce.
KALAKAUA, by the grace of God, of the Hawaiian Islands,
tiing: to v m. v. fame, tsq., Marshal cf the Kingdom, or
his Deputy Greeting-.
You are hereby commanded to summon Charles Smith, de
fendant, in case be shall file written answer within twenty
days after service hereof, to be and appear before tbe Supreme
Court at tbe April Term thereof, to be holden at the Court
Room of the Court House, Honolulu. In the Island of Oahu, on
uu.tuAt.tM otb day of April next, at 10 o'clock a. m., to
show cause why the claim of Ramona Fernandex Hmuti, plain
tiff, should not be awarded her, parwuant tc the tenor of her
And have you then there thia Writ, with full return of your
(Seal ) Witness, non. Chaa. C. Harris, Chief Justice of
Our Supreme Ci urt, this 4th day of Dec. 1579
A. KOdA, Deputy Clerk.
I hereby certify the foregoing summons to be a true and cor
rect copy of the original now on file in the Clerk'a Office of
the Supreme Court of the Hawaiian Islands.
WT. C PARKE
Honolulu, Dec. 4th. 1879. (dO 6t) Marshal.
Supreme Court of the Hawaiian Islands,
Ia the matter of the Estate or CIIA8. KAN.MNA,
deceased. Petition to sell Real Estate, and divide proceeds
among tbe heirs of said Cbas. Kanaina.
To the HON. CHAD. C. HARRIS.
Chief Justice of tbe Supreme Court.
rspilE PETITION OF WILLIAM C.
m. PARKK respectfully represents to Your Honor, that
on or about the &tb day of April, 1577. he was dulv apiointed
Administrator of tbe Estate of the said Chaa. Kanaina, and
that he duly qualified as such Administrator as by law pre-
acnoea; ana in pursuance to tne unier or this Honorable
Court, that all of the debts of the said Estate have been duly
paid and satisfied, that there remains belonging to the said
Estate, and under the control of your petitioner. Real Estate
situate and being upon the several Islands of Hawaii. Maui.
Molokai, Oahu and Ksuai, as appears by the Inventory herein
filed, and forming a part of this petition: that there have been
decreed as heirs at law of the said Chaa. Kanaina, the follow
ing persona : Hannah Lilikalani, Edward Lilikalani,
name k, famanoa w, a. W. Uaalilio k, L. Ilaalelea k.
Kahuakaiola k, Patau w, Kaaua k, heirs of Kilioahe,
aeceaaea, ii. tt. li. neeuKoiani, and Mrs. tiernice 1'auahi
Bishop; that as your petitioner is informed and believes true,
me saiu neira are unaoie to agree to a division or said
Estate, and that a majority of the said heirs are desirous that
the balance of the Real Estate remaining and belonging to tbe
said Chaa. Kanaina, may be sold at Public Auction, and the
proceeds tnereoi distributed among the heirs at law of tbe said
Chas. Kanaina, therefore your petitioner prays that an order
may be made directing him, the said Administrator, to aell at
Pubiio Auction, all and singular the Real Estate now remain
ing and belonging to the Estate of the said Chas. Kanaina,
and that the proceeds thereof be deposited with thia Honor
able Court, and be divided among Hannah Lilikalani,
Edward Lilikalani, Naihe k, Pamahoa w, A. W. Uaalilio
k. L. Haalelea k, Kahuakaiola, Pahaa, Kaaua, heirs of Kili
oahe. deceased, H. II. II. Keelikolani, and Mrs. Bernice
Pauahi Biahop, tbe heirs at law of the said Chas. Kanaina,
according to their respective shares or interests. And your
petitioner further prays, that notice of this application may be
published in tbe English and Hawaiian languages, in the
Pacific Commercial Aovkbtiskk and Kuokoa, two news
papers published in Honolulu, calling upon all persons inter
ested to appear and show cause why the prayer of this peti
tioner should not be granted. And your petitioner further
prays lor all other and further orders in the premises as may
be necessary, and proper for the sale and distribution of said
Estate, as to tbis Honorable Court msy seem fit in the
W. C. PARKK, Administrator.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4lh day of Decem
de6 8t JNO. E. BARNARD, Clerk.
Supreme Court of the Hawaiian Islands,
In the matter of the Estate of CHAS. KANAINA,
deceaaed. Order on petition of Administrator, before the
UPON READING AXD FIMXO THE
nJ foregoing petition of W. C. PARKE, Administrator of
ine astute oi mas. Kanaina, deceaaed, praying for an order
for the sale of all the remaining Real Estate, belonging to the
saiu estate npon certain grounds as set forth in said petition.
It ia hereby ordered that notice of such application be pub
lished in the English and Hawaiian languages, for four succes
sive weeks, in the Pacific tnsscuciAt Advkbtiser and
Kuokoa, two papers published in Honolulu, calling upon all
persons interested to appear and show cause if any they have.
on TUESDAY, the 6th day of January, 1880. at 10 o'clock.
a. st. oi that day, at Aliiolani Hale, in the city of Honolulu,
why the prayer of the said petitioner should not be granted,
and for such other and further orders as to the Court may
seem necessary and proper in the premises.
Given under my hand and the seal of the said Supreme
vourt, una 4tn day of December, A. D. 1879.
CHAS. C. HARRIS, Chief Justice.
Attest: JNO. E. UAKNARD, Clerk. de6 6t
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
TSATOTICE IS llr.REBV G I VEX. THAT PCR-
i. w suant to a power of sale contained in a certain mortgage
deed, dated the 20th day of April, 1S77, by Keano 11. Eldredge
and David p. Eldredge, to H. A. Widemann, and of record in
Liber 20, on pa.'ea 103, 104 and 105. and also In another cer
tain mortgage deed made by said Keano R. Kldredge and
David P. Eldredge, to the said H. A. Widemann, dated Nov.
25th, 187S, and recorded in Liber 48, on pages 100. 107 and
108, and for a breach of the conditions in said mortgage deeds
contained, that all and singular, the lands, tenements ami
hereditaments in such mortgage deeds contained ami described.
will, after the time limi .ed by law, be sold at pulilic auction,
on account of the breach of the conditions as hereinbefore men
tioned. The property ia such mortgages described, and in
tended to be sold, being situate in Kula, Island of Maui, and
known as the Ahcpuaa ofKaonoulu, and containing 20,000
acres, more or less II. A. WIDEMANN.
CKCIL BROWN, Attorney for Mortgagee. dl3 4t
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
OTICE IS I1KKICBV GIVEX TH AT PUR-
suant to a power of sale contained in a certain mortgage
deea, dated Sept. Zotn, 1877. made by Uooora rlaakulau and
Kaabaanui to C. S. Bartow, Chairman of Board of Trustees of
Hawaiian Lodge No 21, F. b A. M., of record in Liber 23, on
pages 1 and 2, and by said U. B. Bartow assigned to II. A.
Widemann and J. L. Richardson, by document dated May 27,
1878, and for a brunch of the conditions in said mortgage deed
contained, that all and singular, the lands, tenements and
hereditaments in said mortgage deed contained and described
will, after the time limited by law, be sold at Public Auction,
on account of the breach of the conditions as hereinbefore
mentioned. The property in said mortgage described being
situate in Leleo, Honolulu, Oahu, and in Waianae, Oahu.
H. A. WIDEMANN,
J. L. RICHARDSON.
CECIL BROWN, Attorney for Assignees of Mortgage. d20 4t
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
VOTICB IS HEREBV GIVEN THAT HUlt-
11 suant to a power of sale contained in a certain Mortgage
Deed dated September 22d, 1877, made by Keano tt. Kldredge
and David P. Eldredge, jr., to Stephen S(enoer, of record in
I.lber 62, on pages S17, 318 and 310. and for a breach ol the
conditions in said Mortgage Deed contained that all and singu
lar the lands, tenements and hereditaments in said Mortgage
Deed contained and described will, after the time limited by
law, be sold at public auction on account of the breach of the
conditions as hereinbefore mentioned. The property in said
mortgage being situate in Kula, Island of Maui, and known aa
tbe Abnpuaa of Kaonoulu, and containing 20.000 acres more or
less. MEI'llKM nrKntciKf
By his Attorney in fact, n. A. WIDEMANN,
CECIL BROWN, Attorney for Mortgagee. dl3 4t
FOR SALE !
nPIlA T VERY DESIRABLE RESIDENCE
M on Judd Street, adjoining the spacious premises now in
course of erection by the Hon. 3. Q. Wilder. The lot contains
about one acre, with a large frontage on Judd Street, and is
veil planted with Fruit and Ornamental Shade Trees. SEA
VIEW, UNSURPASSED. Government Water is about to be
laid on. There Is on the lot a Dwelling House, containing Sit
ting Koom, Dining-room and four lled-ronms; a two-story
Kitchen, with servanta' rooms above; Bath House, Carriage
House ami other OuUliouxes. Also, a Stream ol Water run
ning through the lot. Title perfect. If not disposed of by
noveuiuer next, it win De ouereu at puonc auction, f or par
ticulars, apply to CECIL BROWN.
au9 tf Kaahumanu Btrect.
ITOLUME 13 sfthr P. C. ADVERTISER,
w bound or unbound. Ucpy or P. C. AlVEItTlKIl,
January lid, 1S78. Volumes 2.3 and 4 of THK FitlEND.
bound or unbound. 1 Set CONVENTION PAPER, bound
or un'Kund. 1 Volume pA'Li llr.lf.ALU, buund or un
The above are wanted to complete sets, for which lair
prices will be paid by
au23 TIIOS. G. THRUM.
Bf STEAMER, a Large Stock of
FIRST-CLASS BOOTS & SHOES,
LYNCH'S BOOT AND SHOE FACTORY !
A last, as Large I.ot mf
WHIC H WILL BE
SOLD VERY CHEAP FOR CASH.
An Invoice of GENUINE
MADEIRA WINES !
DIRECT FROM MADEIRA,
Per Ship 6 Eavenscrag,"
IN BOND OR DUTY PAID I
Gr. "W. Macfarlane & Co.
A NEW DEPARTURE
Ovir Terms Will be
We Shall lYIalic a Liberal Discount !
DILLTISr&I-IVil & Co.
SVIERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALU
FROM NEW YORK DIRECT
SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. V
AMONG THE MANY THINGS MAY BE F0UN(D
Books fr Children, including Chatter Box, Nursery, Wide
Autograph Alliums, Purxs, Card Cases, twining lards, r.-k't Mullits.
Or Boxes of Taper and Envelopes, which can be used for Jewel Chhos, llatnlkrrctiti'l and Ulovo llnx.-s, and other
nsrful Ornaments, and without dult the batnlxonit'sl ever ofl'.-rrd in Honolulu.
Building, Alphabet, Picture :iii1 Comic llloclts,
Tussles, The dames of Chess, Checkers, Dominoes, Authors, Old Maid, Lotto Touwl, tlo nan. Cut up Games, A c.
Perforated White, Silver :ind do Id Cardboard !
Horseshoe Inkstands with Clock and Calendar attached, Gl:i, H route and IWki I Inkstands, Horsndme IVnracks
Olass and Brotise Taper Weights, Bronxe Statuary, Writing ! sks, Ac., kc.
OUR SCRAP PICTURES are beautiful, and surpass any of our former importations.
DAILY JOURNALS and POCKET DIARIES FOR 1880.
A few of LETT'S DIARIES expected on the Steamer of the 22d instant.
.Also JSl. Superior Assortment ol
Linen b French Note & Letter Paper, Enveloies to Match; Legal, Bill V Foolscap TnH.'rs, Knvelopes, all kinds & siss.
J I' ST TO 11ANJ
TV. New Lot or BLANK JK)OKS
Our Stock of Books will be hard to beat.
The above arc all Bona Fide UTew Goods.
AND WILL 13 K SOLD,
TVIore Usspooinlly tlio 0aiissf liizi- GoodN,
AT 'EXTREMELY LOW PRICES !
We are appointed Solo IbgOXXtS at these Islands for I lie Now (ires I Work entitled
Around the TTUorld with General Grant.'
By J. rtUSSKJLL YOUNG.
TUG AllOVK HOOK
Is I?ixllisliecl ONLY lyy Wiiofsci'iplioii,
And Bonnd in various Kinds of Binding,
ET ALL PARTICULARS MAY BE HAD BY APPLYING TO US.
46 lm WHITNEY & ROBERTSON.
rilll E SERVICES HAVING UKKN SECURED
Ji of an experienced, competent persen. the establishment
on Hotel street will hereafter be prepared Io furnish tbe pub
lic wiin enmee
Sausages, both Bolognas and ordinary,
Head Cheese, Tripe, etc., etc.
IT- Orders left at your Butcher's will be promptly attend
ed to. (120 3t
The Hawaiian Almanac & Annual
Is Now Ready for Delivery !
Orders to Mail Copies Abroad Promptly Attended to.
The Haw'n Annual Calendar and Directory
d20 2t TIIOS. Q. TURUM, Publisher.
STOKK AM) I'll KM IS ICS
on Queen street.
belont;ii'K to Ir. R. W. Wood, at pre
sent occupied by the undersigned. For terms apply to
ae i-tl 11. lUtafKLU ft Co.
'Ml E RKSIDKNCK OK THK I.ATK R. U.
1 AliDKKLY, a short distance above the first hridire. on
Nuuanu Avenue. The lot Is nearly half an acre in sir.e. For
further Information enquire on the premises. W21 2ni
A IU)t SK AXD LOT IN K A 1A LA IW A.
Kor particulars, Inquire of
nl tf II IIACKFELD&CO.
riMIOSK PREMISES SITU ATK IV II I If t.
S opposite the Court House, suitable for a flrsl-elass Hotel.
All in good order and repair. Apply to
J. II. CON KY, Honolulu,
fe8 79 orC. K1C11 ARDBON. Hilo.
CJUPRBME COURT I.V EQUITY,
emi in, complainant,
VS. KUWAKD 8TIIKHX-. t. Ii
DOLKand W. L. WILCOX, assignees in bankruptcy of said
E. Strehg, and CHARLES WALL. defendants.
By virtue of a decree of the nupreme Court of Law and
Equity of the Hawaiian Islands in a certain cause deiu-mlino
in said Court, wherein J. Moit Pmlth is complainant and Ed
ward Btreha, 8. B. Dole and W. L. Wilcox assignees in bank
ruptcy of said K. gtrehi, and Charles Wall, are defendants:
It was ordered, that all the riehL tiile mr.t .n,i
eetate of the said Edward Gtrehi, of, in and to all and singular
the mortgaged premises mentioned in cotnnlainnnt'a l.iii or
complaint, and therein described as follows: All lh.se cer
tain pieces of land situated in Kalilii. Island of Oshu, and con
veyed to the stid Kdward Btrehz hillrnr, J Kd.h
dated the 3rd dny of July, A. D. 18C5, which said deed is re
corded in the cilice of the Registrar of Conveyances of the
Kingdom, in Liber 19, on page 451 and 452; and also all that
piece or parcel of land situated in Kalihl aforessid, conveyed
to said Edward etrehs by William Adams, by deed dated the
29th day of June. A. V. 1887, which said deed is recorded in
the office of tho Registrar of Conveyances aforesaid, in Liber 24.
on pages 114 and 116.
And in accordance wilh the above decree. I shall sell t m,k.
lie auction al Kalihi, on the said nremises. on Hinr,li.v ih
17th day of January, A. D. 1SS0, at 12 o'clock noon, all the
right, title and interest of the said Kdward Kirehs In and to
the following described premises, to satisfy the demand of J
Molt Pmith, mortgagee of said nremises. under a certain mon.
gage uatexi tne aisl day or August, A. 1. 1S72. which demand
was ascertained by John K. Barnard, one of the masters of
saiu court to amount to the sum of $2,163.20 Said premises
are bounded and described aa follows:
Commencing at a redwood nost in fence at west corner of
this piece on government road, said post being 67 ft NE of the
secona mne stone, ana trom which post the government sur
vey station, Halt Lake, bears N 42 11' W true, and running
r M-oa- a true, oo it along aittt i lanu: a E irue
45.8 ft along Meek's land; N 47 48' K true. 143.9 ft alona
Meek's land; N 43oi8' W true, 60.1 ft along Meek's land; 8
oo-ii- n true, at an aiona Meet's lanu: i ti iu' vv true
along Meek's land; N 43 67' E true, 1S8 ft along
aieea's lanui s 4 4- K true. 9Z.H ft along K 1" 675 Ap 1; N
true, 72.2 ft along K P 675 Ap l,(said piece deede
by Kahele to Strehi); N 7 25' W true, 28 8 ft along R I 675
Ap I; N 84 28' E true. 60 7 ft along Konohiki fPeanav. N 2
oo- X. irue, oi s it along nononiKt treapa); 7so4H' k true.
162.4 It along Man to corner of stone wall; n 8 63' K true,
18 ft along stone wall along Kaobimaunui N 4 e 18 K true
x i .a it along stone wall along Kaolumaunu ; N 64 9 62' E true,
lis 0 It along stone wall along Kaohimaunu to corner of stone
wall, thence B 3535' E troe. 454 1 ft along stone wall alon
lane to corner of stone wall S 67 2' W true, 42 ft alone
stone wan aiong ivaonimaunu ami iiauu; thence N la12' W
true, & ft along Kuloa R P 673 Ad 2 to corner stone wall:
thence S 65 26' W true, 66 ft along stone wall along above
patent; b it - is- k true, 77.U It along above patent; 8 68 s 4
w true, 141.8 ft along above patent; 8 14 8 6' B true, 95 ft
along above patent; N 65 25' E true. 102 3 ft alona above na-
lem; o zi m true, oi.a ii along above patent to stone wall;
"w-i" rue. ja ii along llalai to corner stone wall; a
28 38' E true. W 5 ft along Hslai to corner stone wall: 61
10' W true, 105.8 ft along stone wail to corneri N 2 47' W
true, 79.6 ft along Wilkinson to corner atone wall; thence 8
J' true, bb ft along WilkinsonS.1 N 37 3 60' W true.
163 ft aiong R P 673 Ap 1, 8 60 12' W true, 116.2 ft along K
P673 Apl;8 35 2t' K true. 23 1 ft along R P 673 Ap 1; g
57 2' Wtrue. 79.9 ft along R P 673 Ap 1; 8 33 10' H true,
ii K)D iv r o,j apt ami w nsinson to corner or ston
wall; 8 66 13 W true, 03 7 ft fence to souih corner of this
piece on government road; thence N 30 8 W true, 465.3 ft
aiong government roan to initial point.
Also Ap 1 of K P 1247. lie mooaina iloko o Ilikau I Ilauna-
po. K hoomaka ma ke kihi akau a e hele he 35 e kom 1 29
kaul ma ko Konohiki, aim la be 51 be 1.79 kaul ma ko Wai
mahui; alalia A 61 1-9 beCTpauku; alailaA19 kom 1.20
kaul ma so ke Konohiki, H 66 W 88 chains kahl i boomaka
ai 26-100 eka.
The whole containing an area of 8 25 seres. The above niece
of land is composed of Grant 2022 to H J Nolle. Lot 11 of K
P 604 to A Adams and Ap 1 of R P 1247 to Kabanahuna leaa
On the said premises are two substantial dwelling houses
together wilh the necessary cat-houses, and has a water riirhi
of 3 days per week, there is also a paid ap Fire Insurance
Policy on said premises opto the 26 th day January A. D.
1S80. The location is unsurpassed bring oa the (lovemment
road and about 3 miles from town, most of the above land can
be planted with kalo, the patches all being laid out and some
under cultivation. Tbe premises can be viewed on application
to the undersigned and a map of the same can be seen at h;
Unless said decree costs and expenses lie previously satisfied
Deeds at expense of purchaser W. C. PARKiI. Marshal
Honolulu, Dec 11th, 1879. dl3 6t
OXE NEW E ASTER X BUILT FOUR.
Wheeled Ox Cart of very superior make; just the cart
for plantation use. (Jal2) o. BRK W ER A CO.
Cadi on Delivery
& VIA SAN FRANCISCfcO,
Fancv Gocds !
A wkf an I IUIy !ys, rVrap Hooks, Portfolios, I
A URAV MARK CULT (Ml BRAND) HAS
i sv run on my pasture during lite pHst year. The owner Is
hereby notified to take the asms away, within one month from
date, on payment of pasture fees, amounting Io $24 otherwise
the animal will be forfeited. (dl3 4l) JAM. I(HH.
E. D. BAKING GOULD,
CIVIL EXUIXKER A M SURVKIOR,
formerly Contractors' Knglneer, London mid South West
ern Kuilwny, Hud late? Division Engineer in Madeira and
Ma more Ksilwsy, Who Frnnrixeo, Tocanlius and Coudc d'Ku
Kailwnys, ltrnseil, houlh Emeries.
tr Surveys and Plana Tor Railways, Tramways, Ac' made.
Office over Dr. iSUi.genwald's, cor. Fort and Merchant sla.
CALL IN AT MARCHANT'Sl
He in truthful words will I ell you
Jutt the goods he haa to n il you;
Mind you, now, he is not joking,
If you are fond ofchewing or smoking;
Or if you're given to anulling,
N hii I he keeps does not need puffing;
. - He has brands will suit you reslly,
Tobacco users prise them arly;
They will please you to the letter.
And his cigiirs none eloe are better;
Meerschaum pipes of style and fiuddon,
Just to suil em h taste and pits inn;
It is llirough II wuii nei stated, ,
Hi good ure justly celebrated :
All the fioe-cul lira nils o chewing
That your teeth will never rain;
Pipes of briar and slims of choiry,
More than any mule could carry.
It would taka a month to tell you
The mnny thing be h is to sell you.
M ARCH ANT you'll find at hi locatinst.
Always ready to give information.
Or to see you well proviih-d
With that which is by nil decided
The best C'llkWINM snd XMOK1NU URANUS,
That ran tic found in fifty lands.
Any one finding money in their pocket juxtly Ud .ngiiig to
Merchant, please call at the Captain's oilice and get their
NOTICE OF COPYRIGHT.
Department of Interior, llonolu'ii, Nov. 7th, 1H79.
bkii ii mm k M It K it lc l. THAT Oi THK
m i tr
th day of Nov. A. n. lh7 J. (ienrea Itowaer r ll..noinl
mailt, ui trniju. III WWII H lien Klin tM'Cllon it Ol an Art " Tl
Kncourage learning in this Kingdom, by Heenrlng the Copies
of Charts and Books to the A nthors and Proprietors of such
Copies," approved on the 21st day id Dec. a. d. 1H64, a a
deposited In this office Hie title of his Hook The lln vrn
I In ii Klngilom Sinll.lienl nml Csmmrrrlal
Direrlory nnl Tsurlnta l.aisu.iiiniii mniM.
i.i.nj f. i. . . i i ... .. .. '
of all the white and foreign rehidents exceut rhineaa on all l he
Islands, alphabetically arranged, also the bouses .t all the
business men on all the Islands clansiOeil. a fall m.1 IuIum-uia.
description and Ilistnrv of all and each lalaml. Irvaiunl.t in
Tourists and commercial nien the risnies of all the Plantation
ard Ranches, distance from Honolulu and distance front
county or eliler Town, name or Road, hr. The whole publish
ed and roinpilod by UhmtdK BOW8KK. The rights or
which he claims ns owner i n I proprietor.
In testimony wlieiei I, I In ve hereunto set my hand and
caused the Heat of the Jni.-ljr Department to (to affixed at
Honolulu this 7th dny id November, s. n 1H79.
(figned) 8AM L U. WILDKR,
decG 3m M miner of the Int-rior.
fl'IIF- TRISTEKS OK TIIK LU N A LI LO
M fCND having secured a plot of (round, and deiring to
erect such Building or Buildings as may be most suitable to
carry out the intent of the donor, namely, to provldu an
AHVI.UM toil AUhl) INMGKNT HAWAIIAN., ak from
Architects and others, who may wish to aid. for tki u h-s and
plans which msy aid th' lll In determining the best m.-lhod or
building. There will be needed, acromuiodutioiis on the ground
flixir for forty or fifty cnupl-s. and for tha resldetire ot a Hup
erintenderit, a business oHlce, shire-rooms, a chain I, Ao.
Cuggeslions will be received fia surfci arronimodation In the
form or one or more large buildings, or of single or double
The buildings are to be of brick, of plain but tasteful atylo
that may ue redilahle to the memory of I he donor. When
the choice of the general plan shall have been made, tha
Trustees will call for building plans and pec iuca lions.
A fair remuneration will be given for any plans which are
used, in whole or In part; and all d-oigns sh. aid be sent so
the underiigned le fore the 10th day of Hanuary next.
SANDrOKD li. liLK,
For Hie Trustees of l.unulilo Estate.
Dated Honolulu, Dec. 2.1, ls"9. Met
NOTICE OF COPYRIGHT.
IT R KM KM IIKKKI). Til t 'I O THK
26th dav of Nov. A. n. 1879. Thou. (; Thrum of Hono
lulu, IMand of Oanu, in accordance with HeetlonSof an Act
"To Encoeraee Leariiimr in this Rirelorn.tv Perurlnir !.
Copies of Charts and Books to the Authors and I'roprielora of
such Copies," approved on the lilst day or Dec. a. D. 1S64
has deposited in this office the title of his Book The HawaU
ian Almanac and Annual, a Iland-li iok of information
Matters Relating to the Haw Mao Islands. Oriuinsl ami K.
lecled.of Value to Merehnnt. Planters. Tourists ami (libera
carefully compiled by Tlloa. O. 'i II RUM the rights of which
he claims as owner and proprietor.
In testimony whereof, have hereunto act mi ham! n.i
caused the Heal of the Interior Dstiartment to lie artl.l i
Honolulu this 2Dth day or November, a. D. 1879.
(nignctlj BAM L O. WILDER,
n29 2r" Minister of the Inferior.
CIIANCK FOR I N V EST M K NT.
bv t'entemlrf-r lat. of il.U
$4'J,000 on first mortgage, on a first class Kugar PlatiiNtion.
valued at 200 000.
The crop of IHH0 will be from to 1200 too. Will ,.
mence taking on :!00 tons in October, 1H79. The PlunUlion bas
o ,, ,, wtl, IOUO , Mul4-i carts. Ac Maehinery
i f "u ca" crush seven or eight tons er day.
. ... ,H,,m.uari apply Ml ine Uliileisiglieil,
Ju2S A. J. 'JARTWRfQHT.
E E M O V A L !
WULI INFORM TIIKIR FRI KM)S
and the public generally, that they have
Removed to their New Fire-proof Store,
Which lias lust been eninnletisl ulioufo.i t ti. iti i u. ..
34 yueen Street, where they have been making large additions
to their stock of Ship Chandlery, Ship and Plantation hlores.
"on ii iubkc ineir assortment large and varied.
y uioe nappy io nave a call rrom their patrons, snd they
ill assure thrm that no pains will be spared to attend to theis
ants in a satisfactory manner.
We have now In Stock: Cordace. Iiemn ami M...U.
Cor,t.mn,,,a ' CA0t1lUClt'F'",tC"n,"."-mP tanv.s.
ply; Blocks, Oars. Phleve. llr.L. i i.i.i.i... . - . ...
or which will be sold at B.-d Rock Prices
nonoiuiu, ov. 2 W, 1878. Ja 170.
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