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P. 21. S. S. Cos Time Table for 1830.
ro a Frjcn. r-a sir.xrv aid rriuD.
Z'alan.lia J.n 1 IK .. Nrw York Jan i
City of ylney i ,b 1! Zea'lamlia F. b il
Anstralta Un h 1'iJ Itv .f y iny Mar h
City ..r .w York.. .April li, Australia A ril 1
(.'ivhii Jlay l' ( Hi n Nrw Y-rk Jly I
,ixy yiny .June .1 7alar..lta
Anatralia July 5; City f ;Y.li.ey ....
City o Nw York uj S Au-tral;a
Zalantta uj : fity i.f No y..rk..
City of Mydaey . j. -j-' Zln.tia
Ant.-ali . t i.:, fitv .f ylny
City t,t St York. ... Nov Australia
Zoaiandia ai City ..f New Y.rk .
.Jn! li .
. ..uj 'J i I
... 1 1
. V 1
rnw. r. hHCAur n. i--.
Sine oar Ut tNa bnlana matter have U' t aiuiie,l
ay d(TT f animation to speak tj, our Li; ping tuuvr.
mentis being ll'ht and the weather rx-lnjf n b a to it.a
tsrlally rataM coaaUra tuovrturtiU. act this La conw
qnent'y dclayavl th losxlin t,t the several bow
p tut Han Fraoriaro.
Co TueaJay laxt the Lntitb Lark N.rLiLu t's-tle ail.tl
wita a partial car no for Han Fran, lm o, t.'lwithtandiiit
ta xcMUin;Iy I'jV ratea f.ftVreo) t-T lari-'e lt.s. She will
t followed ty the Lktne Ella In the early I art ,t the
wwak, with th iUrafr City .f Sydney anl bark Kala
kaoa and Cyan, with the D. C. Mt:rray and Ifim-overy
lo on the berth. Freight accoiunl'Klatiwii tuay tin re
fer be considered ample for our Deed.
A typographical error to our laat made as to aay that
th iqm of tJO.iXJ la silver had been received by tb laat
ateaxuer, whereas toe correct figure would bave tuade It
Jtuf three tliuea that amount, or ,(. The tu:'', in
picking a up on thi point, whit b u Tf ry plaiuly a
prtnteT'a error, takes oc ranlon to nay that it iuu.-t make
oar money market appear abroal t be a very a mall af-
fair. We are conatrained b a-huit that it la int a v ry
graaJ affair, but may loom op coujilt:ratly wh u we vt
that ten mlUiona. Hat. aoJer prow-ut rircntuntaut t a, we
are cf the opinion that every little acrt naion to the cir
Calallnn tuetllom of the country vry welromi-, at
tending to relieve the tixhtneM that hajt cxlxttd In our
money market for aomtthing like a year patt.
We wouM only be Vto glad U chronicle the fai t that
oar moneyed condition was aucb that i','X or 1.OjO
Lad no effect upon it. diJ it txitt, aa we then would bear
less complaints of unpaid quarterly accounts and high
rata of Interest.
I We nave but one arrival to note since lat r iort, the
Tain Of Import by which was about t Jj.OOO. The de
parture were four, mainly in ballast, but the iIouk tic
p rod ace footed ap in value as per manlfeatt, the sum of
1L0.G THE UIURiKS.
Ant bktne Ella, at Brewer's wharf, is loading for San
Francisco, expecting to get off the firat of next week.
Axta bktne Discovery, also at Brewer's wharf. Is di
charglDg cargo, and will probably Cnlih to-day.
Haw bk Kalakaoa, below Eoblnx.n's wharf, is coiul t-
inn slowly her cargo for Han Francisco, to Bail about
I Tuesday next.
Barks Cyane and D C Murray bave Ix-th dropi-d off
Into the stream to await the arrival of island produce.
The non-arrival of foreiirn shipping this week has ren
dered the wharf meandering re of the tmual iutereMt.
Tha movement of coaster bsve also slackened through
the recent rain and interruption to the osaal trales."
pout or nowoLULU, n. i.
f eb " AJD fcklae Jn Perkins, Johnson, tor Port Townaend
(-As Bkta Kale SadJeo, Ic(les. tor Port Townsend
IO Brit bk or ham Castle. Good, fur Ban Francisco
10 Am bk Baena V lata, Calhoon, tut Port Tow ueod
Vawel fr Halalai fro as Korrlga l'ria.
Am ship Oen Boiler, deweastle. NSW. do Feb 5-10
Brit bk Contest, Liverpool, Bailed Joly 30 via Valparaiso
Bra bk Tokoua, Mew CajUe, overdue
ilsw bk Kale. Breraen. do
funk f laaar. New Castle, doe
Qt ata Nicholas, Boalh ees lalanda. doe
Am b Ceylon, Boston, do April M-2i
Am btn llacaarf. Port Gamble, do
Asa snip W 11 Whittoa. New York, to sail Jan 10
Aal mis packet Morning Star, Micronesia, do in Feb
A at bktne Grace Roberts, San f raaciseo, due about Feb 15
P M B 8 City of Sydney, ydney and Auckland, doe Feb 18
mil Zeaiaa.ii, nan ff raaciseo. due Feb
Am acbr W II Meyer, Baa Francitco. doe a boa I Peb 30
A agar C Bpreckle, via llilo. Ban Francisco, doe Feb 14-iO
Baa) ssbr KaaiksooU. Port Ladlow, nearly dae
Aai bkta Eaas Aasc. Port Townet.d
tUiatea acbr Vivid, tanning's Island, about Feb 21
VCSSCL3 IN I'ORT
Baw bk Kalakaoa, Jenk
liaw bgtn Poaaare, for sale
Am topsail aeb Lnlela. Dcxlcr
Baw seh JaUa A Long.
Asa scb Bonora. Beegers
Ass bk Cyane, Uansoa
Am bktne EUa. Brown
Am bktne Litseovery.Bmitb
An bk D C M array, Bicbw
M E.MORA NUA.
Am bktne Fremont arrived at Kahnlai on the 5th Inst.,
touching on the reef la entering, and sustaining slight
from Pan Franrtsco, per Discovery. Feb 7 3" bale
caper. 04 pkgs liquors. 2151 pkga flour, 13o boxes Soap.
jjti bale bay. IOOM sarka frraln. 7o3 pkla hardware. MvO
bbl lima. 3Ji brick. l'JS pkrf paints and oil. i4 pkea
Window e 7& m shingles. Jilu 11 W posts. J0 bbl
coffee. 10O pkgs lead. UTJ pkg mlsc udse.
For Port Gamble, per Joseph Perkins. Feb. 7 116 bss
agar, 3 case cognac, Fornign vaiue415. Domestic
Value, $3,6J71. . ,
roe Ban Francisco, per Norhani Bastle. Feb 9 3 XI pka
rna-r. IMA pkgs rice. luO bales Puln. 4"0 mt salt hides,
foj bS coffSM. Domestic value. $J"..li.7V.
From San Francisco, per Discovery. Feb Col S N or
ris. Peter Paul. Jame Andrews, D Davis, J F May, B J
O'Brien, J Fitzgerald.
For 8 an Francisco, per Norham Castle, Fib 9 Mr
Oanlenbir. Henry Blower, J F Conrtcnay.
At Kalackhn, Honolulu, on Feb 6, to the wife of C C
CHitt-MoqCaI. In Honolnln, February 5th. by Rev.
8. C. Damon, Chjuli to Axarx Mocal, both of Honolulu.
WrLDra Cooosraix. In thU city. February "th, at
tha residence of W. C. Wilder. Esq.. by the Kev. II. li.
farter. Mr. Johx K. Wilxx to Mlsa Maaios Cooohhall.
MscbadoPx Jiara. In Honolnla. Fttruary Mb, by
Rev. 8. C. Damon. Ajrrojno Joaz MachaIkj to AsaJjel de
Jxaca, both of Uooolnln.
Bt-Bckiiu In Honolnln, Febrnary Mb. by Rev.
B. C. Drmon. Moaam A. Bosk, of Kaneohe, Oahu, to
Boaixa Bcubxl, of Honolulu.
Asrxr Krtrs. In this city, Febrnary 9th. by Kev. W.
Frear. Mr. Lrxx Asac to Mis Maat Aj Kzkca. both of
OvraxTO On Mani Jan. 15th. Wiixig Bowhx beloved
on of Kobert and Sophie Overend. aged 4 year and 2)
Tls a llttl grave, but O. have care.
For world-wide hope ar buried there ;
How nocb of light, bow much of Joy.
Is burled with a darling boy ? "
Anr.B On 5th January, at Wailukn. Mani. UnT
A. Aoxa, aged 3 year. Deceased was a native of V ar
ner. N. li. Eastern paper please cory.
B th Uteat relurng th following persons are the
racceWal canJulate to the position of Representa
tive In the next LegiaUtore:
Mirth Kom Mr. O. W. Tilipo 172 Totee.
SoutS k'ona Mr. Samuel K. Kaai 104 votes.
STa M r. A. KalaulL
Puna Mr. S. K. Mahoe 86 votes.
Ililollr. J- Nawabi 827 votes, Mr. D. B. Wahine
insiv4-Mr. J. K. KAonamano 179 votes.
Fahala M- James WooJs 230 votes.
rt'-.fife J W. Kalaa vote. 'It. M j
rr mm w w-
Eealuha 222. ...
ZAat Mr. W. M. Giber 2A votes. Mr. L.
Ahoio 126 vote. '
ropU-U' A. N.haka 80 totes
Makawo- r. George GlenJoo 201 votes.
liana- r. J. K. llsnona.
JTona Mr. A. E. KoauUkea 643 votes. E. K. Li
lixalaal C20 votes. R. Iloepili Baker 600 votes, anJ
James Keen 44 qotee.
H'ialwilr. IL N. Kaholo 86 votes
AWpoo Mr. J. L. Kaalokoa 281 votes.
x'oUauloailr. C. N- Kalama 73 votes.
Ewa and IVaianat Mr. IL U. Mahi.cf Ewa, 12b
JToIo and Lik'itllr. George Wilcox 210 votes.
IVaimea Mr. Kaapaa.
Uaalti Mr. John Kakina 187 votes.
MOLOKAI St LA3AL.
Mesars. F. W. Beckley and a Kopihea.
Cabcl, Jan7 22-Mattrrs here are very unseuU tl.
An ootbrak U poeeibte at any time, and is almost
certain to occur aa aeon as the snow melts. M
bammed Jan U very popular anions tbe Afghan
who will willingly follow him again when called
noon. They do not admit their defeat, and say tliey
were only dispersed because? they had no cannon
with which to d'ulodge the British from Sh.-rpur;
but that the next time tbey will bring cannon.
Sherpor baa been greatly strengthened, but it is to
larre for the present garrison of 3.000 Europeans
and 4,0O natives to bold, and at tbe same time
i.ks th nffenaive against a corauiuuuu
trenrta- The Kopidtanis continue to treat, but
tbey cannot be relied on to keep quiet when the
j;.inrh.nn recommences. Two influential bidars
of Wardak bave come In. ana 11 is nopeu oiuera
will follow. Tbe excitement at udbiui ouu
continues. Mahomed Jan is actively prepar in for
another rhtintr. Tbe uncertainty whether the Bnub
Intend to hold or abandon tbe country prevents
influential chief from cordially cooperating with
os. or preparing a Government to succeed us.
Nothinz can be done until our policy Is known. It is
believed that If the Afghans are left to choose an
Ameer they woald choose Avoul Kbao. comniader
of Herat, wbofc avowedly hostile to the British
and friendly to the Russians.
SATt UDAY, FF.lSlirAllY 1.
II. 11. limine- Kutli Kcclikvlani toolc ra?.-azc
lin tli: efinier Ij1.'IiK- ,,n Tucs-ltj lat, to make
t!ij tour of Hiwiii. ftn l vc learn tl.at Her Majcs
tj tl.e fcutii Djwafr F '111 ma aim took tveage
111 tf.c guc.-t f Her Hoy A IIihr.co. In the liht
f current event it miI.t not le out of place to
:uk wlittl.tr thi L n any r-!itical j-itiificancc ?
An iti.m in the (!nz:tt', touching the riht of
,-t-.eiun of tl..- t -iiib of His late Maj.-ty Luna
lii, sugtt' the i-ihility of forue reon betrir
in enfemr t of curt. We have the right to ask
that the Court n.-M-rt its dignity and demand
coinj liain-c willi it- decree, or inflict the penalty
fyr sucli contempt. If a pcron of high estate
may dofy the Court, another may, ami this
mean the destruction of the only bulwark that
separates order from anarchy. We are for law
On the nrmitcrrary of his accession to the
throne, His Majesty was p leased to entertain tbe
members of the Prince's Own Guard at the Armo
ry on Queen tt., where, what with drill in facings
and music from the Band, the Volunteers bad a
very good time. His Majesty was pdeased to ad
drecs the assembled company, and in the course
of bis remarks be promised that in case the ten
million loan became a fact it would be his pleas
ure to sec that their pay was increased. This re
mark was received with cheers.
At tue close of the entertainment at tbe
Armory on Thursday last a goodly number of
soldiers and bandsmen were reeling about our
streets in different degrees of intoxication. Some
were garrulous and some otherwise ; the first
named were loud in their praise of some person
who bad furnished them with liquor, in defiance
of law. Sine person is evidently sowing tbe
wind, reckless of its fruitage. We hope this
may be a timely warning.
In tue remarks we arc about to make we
shall spak of His Majesty's Ministers, because
we may not speak of His Majesty, and because
by the Constitution his Ministers are responsi
ble. There may be victories more disastrous
than defeats. This idea ehould give pause to
those who feel jubilant at the result of the late
elections, because of the success of their efforts
to bring about the result. To one who thinks,
tbe expressions of opinion of those who are
largely interested in the shaping of the laws
governing property, concerning the representa
tion of this city in the coming Aesciubly, arc
full of warning. So long as Governors bold the
respect of the better class of the governed, so
long their office is assured, their decrees obeyed ;
but when tbe air is full of expressions of di sat
isfaction, coup led with contempt for Governors,
so sure may we feel that tbe elements which go
to make the state strong arc crumbling, and that
sooner or later a new order of things must
become a fact. For tbe election documents, of
which the one ascribed to Lieut. Hoapili Baker
is a samp le, and of which we have already treated
at length, we bold the Ministry responsible, for
reasons already given, and as a consequence they
are aluo rc3poneible for the result of the election.
It was well understood by the natives in this dis-
trict that Messrs. Baker and Lilikalani rcpre-
tented the Ministry in the canvass, and that Mr.
Kunuiakea was the representation of tbe Queen
Dowager Emma. Tbe result of the election can
not be very comforting to tbe reigning family,
for if it proves anything, it is tbat tbe Queen's
party is tbe stronger, and this means to property
possibility, yes, probability of disturbance ha
thc near future. Property cares but little who
rules so long as its security from disturbance
promised. We are satisfied from remarks made
quite publicly tbat the anniversary just passed
re-called to many, too vividly, the scenes of six
years ago, scenes which cannot, so far as the
independence of this Kingdom is concerned, be
safely rc-cnactcd. We need not say that His
Majesty then owed bis personal safety and bis
throne to the intervention of foreigners, who
represented property, and to say the least his
Ministers ahow but little appreciation of tbe ser
vices then rendered in opposing an intelligent
foreign representation by tho support of such
persons as Baker and his associate.
We feel that we but echo the best public
opinion when we utk the Ministry to take the
first opportunity offering to assure the property
holders of this Kingdom tbat they can, and
will, oppose the policy outlined by the election
documents of the parties returned in this dis
trict; and promise them assistance in such oppo
sition in case it is needed. Should no other
opportunity present itself before the opening of
tbe Assembly, we ask that His Majesty's speech
may be made the occasion for denouncing such a
foolish, reckless policy.
His Majesty's Accession.
The sixth anniversary of the accession of His
Majesty King Kalakaua to the throne, as ruler of
the Hawaiian Islands, was appropriately celebrated
on the occasion of the occurrence of that event by a
dioner given by His Excellency Attorney General
Prestcn.at the Hawaiian Hotel, on the evening of
TharsJay the I2ib iost. Tbe invited guests present
comprised His Majesty the King, Chief Justice
Harris, His Excellency Samuel G. Wilder, Minister
of tbe Interior; His Excellency S. K. Kaji, Minister
of Finance; Governor John O. Dominis, Hon II. A.
WidJemann. Hon. Charles II. Ju JJ, M irshal W. C.
LParke, Mr. Justice L. McCulIy, Police Magistrate
WTTJ. Jonss, C. Alulphe Low, Esq. (a visiting Cali
fornitn) an J Messrs. Hatch, Cecil Brown, J. M.
Monarratt, R. F. Bickerton, W. R. Castle, W. L
Holokahiki, W. L. Wilcox, S. B. Dole, and Frank
Godfrey. Tbe dioner was one of thooe recherche af
fairs which the lmdlord of tbe Hotel usually pro
vides on sucb auspicious occasions, and aided by the
sweet strains of music discoursed by the Band, under
the direction of Professor Berger, agreeably assisted
to fill up tbe in'trim between tbe "feast of reason
and the flow of soul." After the "inner man" had
obtained a satiety of the viands displayed. His Ex
cellency Attorney General Preston, proposed the
first toast His Majesty the King, which was duly
honored. The next toast. "Tbe Cabinet," was res
ponded to ty His EiceUcncy Simutl G. Wilder, Min
ister of the Interior, who, in the course of bis re
marks saiJ :
"I am pleased, and well pleaseJ, to te enabled to
express before you to-night a few of my views on
the necessary measures which in my bumble judg
ment will conduce to tbe benefit of tbe community at
large. As far as appropriations are concerned, gen
tlemen, I must say tbat I am strongly in favor of
large, very large appropriations if you will but
all such must tend to benefit the general public by
beinz place! to the credit of increased sanitary nieas-
ures, and not to the increase 01 salaries, me ioara
of Health bas been blamed for not foreseeing the
occurence of this or that event, but I would say in
defense of tbat body that they have not as yet been
advised to adopt any measure looking toward tbe
benefit of the public health which bad not been fore
stalled by previous action on their part. With re
gard to the election excitement, through which we
have just passed, I can only say that my uppermost
wish was to obtain the election of two foreigners to
represent tbe city of Honolulu in tbe next Legisla
ture. Through delay on the part of the gentlemen
whom I hoped would accept the position of candi
dates, the desired representation was lost, and I dis
claim all responsibility in regard to tbe election as it
went. To borrow money from foreign powers is en
tirely against my wieh. and not only mine alone,
but I can assure you, gentlemen, that tbe entire
Ministry have the same view, believing with me that
all monies necessary for the proper administration
of this Government can be obtained by just
taxation. No excessive appropriation for military
purposes is required. At the meeting of the next
Legislature I would favor the making of two new
laws one, tbat the production of the tax receipt
j at tb. f.olW brt declared unnecessary; the other,
I that 'lit- a-"--sment law ehould be made bo clear
I a t- ennrely avoid tbe opportunity of douole tax-
! ..Krt"r-of V .o?:i5ock lobr patt
i slinforth's Tort, so that vessels in distress may
! q itckly and witn economy ne repaired. .iu""
one of my pel projects, gentlemen, is a railroad on
i trie I-Iand of Hawaii, frteam 1 am in lavoroi juu an
know, a I have not only bored ana oomerea my
friends, but also my enemies if I have anv and
taui. gentl.-men, is oneof tbe necessary requisites
to further advance our Island interests." His Ex
cellency concluded with a brilliant peroration n
the future of the Hawaiian Kingdom, which he said
by the aid of just and wise legislation would ad
vance in pro-perity and power.'
In re-pone to the toast The Judges of the
Supreme Court" His Honor Chief Justice Harris
mad ? a brief and pithy speech, and referred to the
ami'-able relations sustained by Bench and Bar
during tbe past year.
Our Guest"' the next toat, brought Mr. Adol
phe Low. a representative California to fcis feet,
and in the course of his remarks be declared that
hi only regret was that he had not visited these
i.-land- years ago. He also eulogized the officers
of the Cm verument. merchants and others with
whom he had come in contact during his stay here
for their kind, gentlemanly and hospitable treat
ment. Hit Excellency Simon K. Kaai, Minister of
Finance, in response to a toast, expressed himself
in a quiet but forcible manner aa being very
utronglv in lavor of tbe views advanced by the
Minister of the Interior, and also said : My policy,
gentlemen, id to avoid the negotiating of any
foreign loans, no matter on bow favorable
terms, and my plan to obviate any such necessity
is dimply to compel, if possible, the receipts of tbe
Government to exceed tbe expenditures, and then,
gentlemen, yoa may be certain the country is safe.
Applause. How many of the great nations of
tbe earth Hand to-day financially as sound as our
little Kingdom which, email as it is, has this to
boast of that she can pay every dollar she owes
and that without borrowing. Applause. I bave
expressed my views publicly, and I am much
pleased to notice that they bave met with the ap
proval of the Press. With regard to the election,
I have grave doubts aa to tbe capabilities of tbe
next Legislature. Tbe material from which to
form judiciary or otb.r important committees
seems to me to be lacking, but it is not really
necessary to have an extended session, and tbey
ma be enabled to pull through without entirely
ruining tbe country. Laughter and Applause.
Oar Host," compelled the genial Attorney Gen
eral to ventilate his ideas in bis usual happy style
which he did much to tbe satisfaction of his bear
ers. The Press," was responded to by a repre
sentative of the Advertiser. " The Ladies'- by His
Honor Judge Jones, who made bis bearers laugh
heartily at bis ban mots and witticisms. Speeches
were also made by Justice McCully.Mr. S. B. Dole,
Mr. II. F. Bickerton, Hon. U. A. Widemann and
others, and at 10 p. M. the company separated.
The Presidential Question.
The following is taken from a Chicago paper on
tho coming Presidential contest, and is given as
an index of the public feeling. Tbe Presidential
question is absorbing a great amount of attention
among newspaper men, and interviews with lead
ing politicians are being held daily. Scores of
fummarie8 are sent in from the principal cities in
tbe est, giving a pretty fair index, it is pre
eumcd, of the condition of tbe public mind on tbe
tubject of the nominees. This is principally true
of tbe Republican candidates, for, as far as the
Democrats are concerned, there seems to be a
great deal of uncertainty. Tilden doubtless has
the lead in the race as jet, with Thurman and
Hendricks crowding him closely, and any number
of dark horses " in the immediate rear. The
j interviews give the following general results
, AmoDg the Republicans by far the greater num
I ber express a preference for Blaine, who is espe-
i cially strong in Iowa, Minnesota and Nebraska
Tbe next strongest candidate is Sherman, who
even in Iowa crowds Blaine pretty close, and in
Wisconbin, in tbe heart of Illinois and Ohio, and
in a number of tbe Western Southern States, bas
a following that is silently working with much
more effect than noise. A surprising number al
1 so express a preference lor Hayes, despite his de-
claration tbat be would not be a candidate
isThe6e were understood to be also for Sherman as
second choice. Grant takes tbe third place in
nearly every return. His strength seems to bavo
been greatly over-rated by bis friends among the
people at large, who have been misled by tbe hon
ors paid bim as a General and as a distinguished
traveler into believing that the people were rising
in a spontaneous demand that he be their Preei
dent. In the West be seems destined to secure
only a moderate support. Washburne has been
named as a second choice for the Grant men, and
undeniably bas some elements of strength ; but
much less than his political adherents could wish
lie is not regarded by the Ehrewdcst politicans as
! a probable, or even a possible candidate of any
strength. Conkling gets barely a recognition in
the interviews, as do Edmonds, Garfield and oth-
era. Taking 80 as the number of votes in the
West, tho preference indicated by the interviews
might bo expressed thus : Blaine 37, Sherman
and Hayes 30, Grant 24, scattering 9.
Macritivs. It is interesting to read about at
fairs in the British Island colony of Mauritius,
which, like Hawaii nei, is a sugar-producing
country. We therefore reproduce the following
letter from Port Louis, dated some three months
ago. The term " rs." signiGes rupees, worth
about forty cents of our money :
' 1 bave to report a succession of bad weather
here of late, which has thrown back our sugar
yield for some time. th mills having been unable
to woik, owing to tbe soaked state of the cane
trash, which is used for fuel.
" Several vessels bave put in here in distress;
and. in short, we may be said to bave experienced
a fortnight's hurricane weather out of season
none tbe more acceptable, however, on tbat score,
Matters generally continue quiet here. There
are no insolvencies, though the colony is anything
but prosperous at the moment. All I can say is.
we hope for better times.
- An important minute on our colonial finances,
pa.-t. present and future, bas jiiKt been laid before
the Council of Government by His Excellency tbe
Governor. I be following is a synopsis of this
' The revenue f our colony in 1S78 amounted
to 7,8'J5,537rs., and our expenditure to 7.315. 7Grs.,
there being thus an excess in favour of the treasury
or ol'J. llrs. Ihe cash in band on tbe 31st Decern
ber last amounted to l,2o8,172rs.
' The revised budget for tbe present year shows
that our probable revenue will be 7,oi4.UUUrs., and
our expenditure 13,000rs less, or 7,8Gl,0G0rs. Both
expenditure and revenue are greatly in excess of
what was first estimated, tbe first owing principally
to unlocked for disbursements under tbe following
beads: A new tug steamer for Tort Louis harbour,
UX,000rs. ; renewal of rolling stock Government
railways, 125,000rs ; arrears, colonial military con
tribution, l&0,000rs ; epizootic disease among the
cattle, 60,000rs: total, 565,000rs.
" The revenue of tbe island in 18S0 is estimated
by bis Excellency at 7 ,005,000 rs., and tbe expendi
ture at C,SG4,000rs., giving a probable excess of
23l.000rs.. I may mention tbat a proposed consoli
dation of all our colonial debt (which is only about
80,000) by tbe issue of fresh debentures, at long
dates, is in contemplation, which, it is believed, will
bring a sum of 42,000 into our coffers next year in
the shape of premium."
THE MEMBERS OF HONOLULU ENGINK
Co. No. 1 hereby tender their tbanki to Mr. James DodJ for hia
valuable service and tbe u-e of hi horses by the Company on
tbe occasioo of tbe Ut annual parade of the Honolulu Fire
COl RTLlNDE.tr 66OO. A. C. P.. will hold
lis regular meeting at Knighla ol Pythias Hall, Hotel St.,
ON TLESOAY EVENING, Feb. 24th. at 7:30 o'clock. A full
and prompt attendance ii desired, as important business is to
be traDacted. (fill 2t) 8. SicKEAGUK.
AI.l. MEMBERS OF HOVOLfM'
K.NGINK CO. Ho. 1 who are in AKRKAR3 for
the space of one year, are hereby notified to
square aceounU immediately, or their names
will be dropped from the rolls, and Ihe names of the delinquent
ones will be published in tho columns of Ibe Press.
It J. A. SPEAR, Acting Secretary.
IRON TANKS !
EX HIGHFLYER. NEARLY NEW, AND
IN GOOD ORDER. FOR PALE BY
felt tf JAMES I. DOWSETT.
WANTED, A NURSE GIRL !
Ie No. 1 8-1 Nuuanu Avenue. 2t
To the Editor cf the Padnc Commercial Advertiser:
Sir: It has justly been made a matter of severe
corament that tbe Household Troops were allowed
! to make themselves conspicuous at the elections of
j late, but now I feel that the Prince's Own have
1 laid tbem?elv's also open to ju.t criticism. Look
at them in their plight on tbe anniversary of tbe
King s accession to the Inrone after the feat of
reason and the flow of soul at the armory had
reached its close. Several, and possibly a number
of them, wearing their new uniforms, were in a
state of intoxication that would in any other
country consign them to prison and a trial by
court-martial. I saw two of them together, one ap
parently a sergeant with mud up to his knees and
in a state of jolly politeness which found its expres
sion in military salutes and bows to passers by
generally. But his colleague was greatly the worst
of the two. His uniform was actually covered
with mud, so as to make it difficult to discern the
color of bis coat. And that conspicuous red cap
which in Europe is worn by officers only, but is
donned by the privates here, had lost all shape
Is this the way. that soldiers in uniform are al
lowed to wiUk tbe streets here ? It is disgraceful
and ought to be taken notice of. And where are
these llawaiians furnished with the liquor to make
them drunk ? In this case it appears at a public
place in broad daylight and in defiance of the law.
To see the soldiers thus disgrace their calling,
thus to soil and actually destroy the uniforms
which but lately have been furnished them at great
cost and directly or indirectly at the public ex
pense, makes naturally every good citizen wish
tbat tbe appropriation for tbe military should be
cut down in future to the smallest figure possible.
What appropriation of public funds in this country
is there in fact more useless, and judging from ex
perience, unsatisfactory than that for the military !
A Card from Zamloch to the Public.
In taking my departure from these beautiful islands of
tbe mid-Pacific, I wish to tender to the entire people,
native and foreign, residents of Hawaii, Maui aiid Oahu,
eopecially of the charming island city of Honolulu, niy
sincere and heartfelt thanks for the kind, courteous and
appreciated manner In which myself and my perform
ances have been received. To the Press I also return
thanks, and would say that I will hold in grateful remem
brance the kind and just notices which they have been
pleased to give me. Hoping at no distant day to again
visit these shores, so hospitable to the stranger,
I remain, The Public's Obdt. Servant,
Feb-ll-lt ZAMLOCH, the Austrian Conjuror.
AFTER THIS HATE I WILL. XOT BE
respuosible for any Goods purchased tor my Sch.xmers
without my written order. Also, I will not be responsible for
Freight delivered to same unless Receipted for at my office.
Ilonolula, Feb. 14, IS80. (fell lm) CHA8. LONG.
M-W Kingdom my nephew, Mr. John Lecker, will have full
charge of and attend to all business for me
Honolulu, Feb. 10, 1880. (fell St) THOMAS LACK. 1
LilYR L KERR II.
V 1TX DRAWN from our firm.
I It CO-OPERATIVE TAII
AS TIIISDA YWITII-
CO-OPEKAT1VE TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT.
A LL PERSONS ARE II ERE It V FRO HI It.
ITEO from trespassing on the land of Pia, at Kaboiwai,
And all animals found on said premises will
(lel4 t) CLK1 IS 1'. 1ALKE.V
EXPECTED PER ZEALANDIA !
A FEW COPIES OP JUDGE CATON'S MIS
X. CELLA N I ES. and first supply of Kev. Mr. C11A
NEY'S ALOHA, to be followed by another stock early. Also,
Archery Goods and Novelties.
fel4 tf At TUOd. Q. THRUM'S Fort St. Store.
a STRONG AM) RELIABLE CARRIAGE
Must be guaranteed. Address:
W. P., care Advertiser Office.
4 LADY IS WANTED AS GOVERNESS
to two little girls living in the country. Requirements
Thorough English, with Good Music and French. Address,
slating terms and other particulars, A. B. C, P. O. Box No. 88.
MANIOC STARCH-PI A !
IN IO AND SO LB. BAGS. FROM THE
M. Plantation of W. MCLLER, Malumalu, Kauai, and for sale
U. I1ACKFELD A CO., Agents.
VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE.
4 HOUSE LOT ON NUUANU STREET
Xm. next above premises of the late G. C. McLean, the ren
tal of which is worth rorty Dollars per month.
For particulars apply to K. G. WALLER,
Or 8. C. A I LEN,
fe7 lm Of Allen fc Robinson
LOST OR STOLEN !
A NEW HAWAIIAN FLAG, BELONGING
XM. to the Schooner JULIA A. LONG. Any person having
found Ihe same, or who can give information leading to its re
covery, will be suitably rewarded by
fc7 lm CHAS. LONG, 8 Merchant St.
CHARCOAL FOR SALE I
MADE AT II ALA W A. FROM
GrUAVA. WOOD !
Brown cfcs c?o.';s,
ten im i MMtiuAflr sntbET.
Cheap, Cheaper, Cheapest !
HAVING PERFECTED OUR ARRANGE
MENT3 wiih one of the most responsible houses in San
Francisco, we ofler our services aa Purchasing Agents to all
GOODS CHEAP !
Which will be of tbe BEST obtainable. Our Agent in San
Francisco will fill our orders for
ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING,
Eatable, Drinkable, Wearable or Tsable,
and purchase from the Manufactory
At the Lowest Wholesale Prices
Owing to the High Price of Everything Here, we offer the
greatest inducements to all, viz: A Savinfc of Mouey.
We Will Purchase Anything !
From a Paper of Needlea to a Drove of Mules
! of Mules. .
line Si voj
For further particulars, enquire of
fell 3m LA
24 Ilesxa of 3Xulc&,
Per Discovery fm San Francisco
fo-3t II. HACKFELD tc CO.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
EX ELLA, A CHOICE LOT OF
CHEVALIER BREWING BARLEY !
Which we will sell as cheap as the poor kind
sold elsewhere. Also,
A SMALL LOT OF ALFALFA HAY
Mixed Feed, Cracked Barley, Oats. Bran,
Wheat, Corn and Potatoes,
CONSTANTLY ON HAND. Orders solicited for
the purchase of ANYTHING AND tVERYTHINO.
Also, for sale, a NEW MONITOR HORSEPOW
ER, suitable for Grinding Cane, etc. lai. si yyj.
New Sentimental Valentines 1
In Folios, Ooxes and Cards.
Valentine Papeteries, Valentine Caskets,
COMIC VA LENTINES,
including the 41 ilit-cm-bards." The Assortment for thia
Season is larger than ever.
ia.PJZ) InTOATVT OFlSrJBlD
at the Fort Street Store.
!CT Mail orders promptly attended to.
TH03. Q. TIIRCM.
BARING GOULD & JACKSON,
CIVIL ENGINEER. LAND MARINE
SUKVtYOIiS AND KRAUGMTSM KN.
Mr. Gould, who has lately been Contractor's Engineer on the
London and Southwestern Kailway, and District Engineer on
the Madeira and .Ma more, the San Francisco and Tocantins,
and the CunJe u'ru Rails a v, is always ready to undertake
any Railway or Tramway Work.
Air. Jackson (Ketired Savigatme Lieuiensm n. n.,j is pre
pared to execute anv Marine Surveying or Draughting, aud to
attend Surveys on Vessels, c.
Chronometers carefully atlended to and rated by Transit In
strument and other Astronomical Observation.
N. B. Chronometers to be left with D. W. Clark, Merchant
Nautical Instruments carefully adjusted. Plans and Trac
ings made. JJ- Terms moderate.
OFFICE, corner of Fort and Merchant streets, over ur.
EtangenwalU'a. 20 tf
For sale by
BOLLE & CO.
A ,I,0,),E AGED WHITE WOMANTO
m-. l'kout for chiidreo, sod J.j houwvork ia a re-
'vTV 'mi'T, wncre she will find a t o! home
Whitney Robertson's, or aiJress p. o. Box M.
$100 REWARD !
frE ABOVE REWARD WILL HE PAID
for infornsaiioo tbat will lead to the conviction of the
person or persons who, on the tu ts if Ptcemtwr 6tb and 7th,
Is. 3. abstracted from ihe Metropolitan Matket on King St,
the Butcher Order Book bek.t g:r.g to the und-rn-ined
l. stockholders cf the Uiuku Suj.tr Co., the following offi
cers were elected ft r the preent year:
J. Mat smith President.
S. T. Alexander Vice President,
S. S. Castle Treasurer,
J. B. Atherton Secretary ,
C. M. Cooke .Auditor.'
ja. lm J. B.
rspllE FIRST M EET I NG O F THE K I L 4 I' E A
SL'vJAR CO. was held in Honolulu on the 3d or February.
1SS0, when the follow ing officers were elected for the ensuing
PresiJent Edward P. Adams.
Vice President Robert A. Maofie, Jr.,
Secretary Sanford B. Dole,
Treasurer J. C. Glade,
Auditor W. L. Green.
The Charter of Incorporation granted to the said Company
by the Minister of the Interior, was formally accepted; which
Charter provides that " no Stockholder shail individually be
liable for the debts of tbe Corporation beyond tbe anionnt
which may be due upon the Share or Share of stock owned by
himself." (fc7 4t) S. B. DOLE, Sec'y.
VTTIIEANM'AL MEETING OF THE
STOCK-HOLDERS of the Kohala Sugar Co., the follow
ing officers were elected for the present year-.
J. Mott Smith...
S. U. Allen
S N. Castle....
J. U. Atherton..
C. M. Cooke....
.. .....Vice President,
VT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., held Jan. 29th, 18S0, tbe fol
lowing officers were elected for the ensuing year:
President Hon. C. R. BISHOP,
Vice President Hon. H. A. P. Carter,
Treasurer ............P. C. Jones, Jr.,
Secretarv ....J. O. Carter,
Auditor H. May.
ja31 3t P. C. JOiNES, Jr., Sec'y protem.
OWING TO THE PRESENT HIGH PRICKS
of materials in our line, we, tbe undersigned, bave been
compelled to raise the price for horseshoeing. On and after
the 1st day of reb , lbbO, our prices will De as follows:
lieel and Toe shoes.....
Machine Made Shoes
S. M. WHITMAN,
CHAS. B. WILSON.
onolulu, Jan. 28th, 1SS0.
milE LAW OFFICES OF THE FNDER-
JL signed will be cloned EVERY SATURDAY at 1 P. M.
on and after Saturday, the 7th of February, 1880.
CASTLE (t HATCH,
S. B. DOLE,
RICH'D F. BICKERTON.
W. O. JONES,
ja3I 3m JAMES M. MON3ARRAT.
HOUSE AND LOT JF0R SALE.
OITUATED IN WAIEHU, MAUI. NEAR
the premises of Judge Widemann. Tbe Lot contains one
acre, with a good dwelling and all other necessary out-houses
Title good. Inquire of
ja'24 3m T. H. PARIS, Wailuku, Maul.
FURNISHED COTTAGE, OR A PART
Y of one, "or two furnished or unfurnished Rooms. Ref
M. MARIE LOUISE,
No. 104, Hotel St.
ALL PA RTIES HAVING CLA IMS AGAINST
me, of whatsomever kind, must present them within 30
days from January 30, 1SS0. (Ie7 lm) I1EKY COOPER
.T1ASHIER, CORRESPONDENT AND AC
COUNTANT, desires a position. Has had fifteen years
experience. Can furnish A 1 references respecting ability, in
tegrity, etc., and give security if desired. Has resided on the
Island seven years. Address:
fe7 2t A. 11. C, this Office.
T WILL NOT BE RESPO XSI HLE FOR tiny
M. Ullils contracted in my name Without my written order
le7 3t J. U. WOOD
nnHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING II A D EX
M. perience in mutt rials of ladies and children's wear, and
knowing the difficulty, at times, for ludiea living in the coua
try to obtain the desired articles, offers her services for shop.
ping; and is ready to fulfill any distinctly explained order
that may be entrusted to her.
ja24 2m MRS. C. F. WOLFE.
Fisher's Champagne Cider.
A TANUFACTURED FROM THE BEST
' VL and purest materials, perfectly harmless and healthy
a refreshing and cooling drink, especially in cases of fever; at
No. Id. L.iliha street, Honolulu. Orders may be sent, C. O. V
through Post Office Box 180.
Honolulu, January 17, 1680. jal7-ly3m'
II. HtXLOX WOULD MOST R ES
tf met fully inform the public that be has taken the Black
smith Shop of tbe late Dan. Iloughtailing, on the Bay Horse
premises, on Hotel street, where he will give hia usual satis
faction in UOKSE-SilUUlINU, and attendance on SICK
HORSES. Ja3 3m
'flHE B RICH-STORE AND PREMISES
on Queen street, belonging to Dr R W. Wood, at pre
sent occupied by the undersigned.
For terms apply to
H. HACKFELD A Co.
COTTAGES TO LET.
milE UNDERSIGNED BEING ABOUT TO
erect a number of Cottages, with garden land attached.
a short distance from town In Nuuanu Valley, corner of
School street, opposite Mr. Henry aurhoune, also, on school
street, as far as opposite Kev. s. fc. Uitnop's.
Tbe rentals will be about Twenty-five Dollars per month
Tenants will have the right cf purchase by payment in irstall
ments for three or five years, with a deposite of Twenty-five
per cent . should any be sold.
Those requiring homes can secure the same by an early ap
plication to the undersigned, and if not too late, can have
buildings to suit tbe intending occupants.
ja3tf JOHN THOS. WATERHOUSK
ROOMS AT NO.
A COTTAGE CONTAINING FOUR ROOMS
xm. Dining and Kitchen Rooms on Liliha street. No. 31.
fe7 2l INQUIRE AT NO. 33
TANGO GROVE, IN K A NEOIIE, OAHU.
.vji. containing Five or Six Acres, well fenced, 1 wo Cot
tagea, Out Buildings, Shade and Fruit Trees, tfC. For particu
lars, enquire of (Ie7 4l) S. W. P0GUK.
'MIOSE PREMISES SITUATE IN II I LO.
M opposite the Court House, suitable for a first-class Hotel.
All in good order and repair. Apply to
J. II . CONEY. Honolulu,
fc8 79 or C. RICHARDSON. Ililo.
riMIR TWO STORY RESIDENCE. SITUATE
1 on School and Emma Streets. Honolulu. Is in excellent
order and repair, with good and sufficient pasturage for two
or three horses. Half tbe purchase money may remain on
mortgage for two or three years, at 8 per cent, per annum.
enquire of (da tf) TIIOS. BROW N, Registrar's Olllce.
LAND FOR SALE !
rillE UNDERSIGNED. AS ATTORNEY IN
I M fact lor Wm. Ilillebrand. M. 1'., offers for sale, on liberal
(erms, tracts of land in Kemoo, Kainananui, said to contain
TOSi acres in all; and also a tract in Wahiawa, said to contain
1494 acres, all situate in the District of Waialua. Island of
Oahu. The lands in Kemoo were formerly leased to John
Silvia and 0en J. Holt. (d20 tf) CHAS R. BISHOP.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
-a GOOD WIND-MILL. I BRASS PUMP. 2
JL Iron Tanks, capable of holding 500 gallons each; 1 Solid
Frame, for above tanks; also. Pipe Work, Connect ions, etc.,
complete. This Mill can be seen in working order by apply
ing to (ni tf ) U. J. AU.NfcW.
TMl A N K GEKTZ. BOOT AND SHOKM AKER,
1 bas removed his business from Hotel Street to the Store
on Merchant Street, formerly occupied by D. W. Clark. oct
NURSE AND MIDWIFE.
MRS. WARD. ON SCHOOL STREET,
between Fort and Nuuanu sts , hereby notifies the
citizens of Honolulu, that she is prepared to act as N C RSE
in cases ot Mlt'KXESS. having hail many years experi
ence in tbe Hoopit.'iU at Stockton and Virginia City. And is
also a practical M I DW I FE. 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.
dJ7 3m MRS. w A KD. School street.
rMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
al elected Assignees of the Estate of Chun Kau oi Hono
lulu, Bankrupt. Notice ii hereby given to all persons in
debted to the taid Chun Kau, to make immediate payment to
C. S. Bartow, at his Salesroom. Honolulu. ny person own
ing articles, f-f sny description, which have been deposited
with Chun Kau and now in possession of the assignees may
obtain tht same uoo proving ownership.
i. s. uAitrow,
s13 W. C. AKANA.
1MIIS DAY, CALIFORNIA HAY. OATS,
Bran, Whole ami Ground Barley. For Sale bv
Jan21.80 IIOI.LEs & CO.
CALIFORNIA RIVER SALMON.
IHE GENUINE A RTICLE IN BARRELS
ft and Half Barrels. For Sale by
BOLLES A CO.
NFW ZEALAND POTATOES.
UER STEAMER ZEALANDIA A SMALL
JL lot of New Crop, just received.
For Sale by
BOLLES A- CO,
1SSO ESS EaiLUlT
FROM LONDON, PURCHASED AND MADE TO 0.
FOR. J. T. WATERHOUSE,
AND FOR SALE BY MY SONS, J. T. & H. WATERH0USE,
At My Stores, Consisting of
A VERY FIXE ASSORT!. T 0V STAPLE GOODS
Secured in the months of June anJ July, during nn unprecedented derrcwion of business in
England, and rarcha?ed at the VERY LOWEST POINT, since which duplicate of. eouio ol tbcm
have advanced from 25 to 50 r-r cent. The? Hoods are not purchased to JP ,n btockll.J "ill
but to go into consumption as early an tl.ej can be eold, o that 150NA HDL purchasers will
have a good opportunity to purchase advantageously.
The Cream i al ware on the top of the Milk, when not heavily watered, which we do not pro
fess to do. Mv Motto m liufiiness, lor upwards of 4G years, having commenced on iny own account
in America in1833, " A Nimble Nine Ponce JVIbre a Slow Shilling." All my sons succeed me in
this respect. The Cargo Consists of
DRY GOODS, HARDWARE. GROCERIES,
With a Great Variety or Other lioods, but have kept out of ekates und copper-warming pans,
so that an experience of upwards of 2S years as a Merchant here, is suggestive that my election
ought to bo good; and 1 flatter myseir I l ave done it beiu r tins time than before, making the best
of my experience. Amongst the numeration of Goods can be louud,
PRINTS, LUSTKES, G L O Till 1ST &
With Good Monkey Jackets, Ladies' and Men's Socks, Stockings. Undershirts. Drawers, Umbrellas,
A GREAT VARIETY OF NEW DRESS MATERIAL !
illankeU. Plantation Hals, superior Sadillpry and Hugs,
Superior Hits, Sugar anil Rice Bags, Kurlsps,
1'aris and Commander? Shawls, very various, lleasians.
Large stacks lor Coal, Wheat Hags, learning Twine,
Prints, Muslins, Clothin.tr, Monkey .Tuckets,
A GREAT VARIETY OF DRESS G-ODS
Woolen and every other kind of Shirts, including some specially Imported for Plilp Carpenters, aa Ihey hava a heavy strain oil
their Shirts, a great variety of Quilts, gtalionery,
(Soiuct 111 tiff IIAItl TO you muMt tlntl It out.
Blue, Red and While Flanu. U, Jim Cracks, See., 4c, be.
Sheet Lead, Corrugated iron, 2 sauce, slso. plain Corrugated Iron, genuine Portland Cement, the genuine PtoworMge fir
Bricks No 1 quality. Hoop iron, Ualvatitzed Bpikeg, Horse and Mule SIhm-s as well as nails to suit, Hpsdi-s and Phovels, a new
kind of Patent Tinware, the first ever imported here; Saddles and Bridles, new patterns and something god, both Oent's and
Ladies'; Agricultural Tools of Ihe American pattern with best English steel, Charcoal Irons, Hinges, Kat Traps, Hrrews, Tools.
A NEW KIND OF STRONG OIL CLOTH, CHOICE PATTERNS;
Carpels. Rugs, Feather Pillows, a nice assortment of Brass and Iron Bedsteads, single and dnuhle; Rnamelinl and other Hollow
Ware, Tea Kettles, Galvanizi-d Buckets and Tubs, Fencing Wire annealed, of 3 sios Huhburk's White Zinc and bt White
I ead, with Dry Salters Goods.
A Full Liine of Crockery and Glassware !
Bviitrtlolo for 1laomc Iislnuclfiia
Knives and Forks, Butcher Knives. Steels, Saws, hand, ripping and meat; Pruning Knives, Steel Pens, Carving Knives
and Forks, Tea and Table Spoons, Coffee Pots, Hoes, (Jo's and Mattocks.
Anchors, from 1500 lbs. to 100 lbs.; '
Chain Gables, from 1 1-2 inch to 1-2 inch;
Topsail Sheet Chains, various sizes.
All tho above have been tested and the CcrtiDeate, Tree of charge, euplicd with them, and Bold
at three cents per pound lens than they have recently been landed from California.
The above will be sufficient to give a bird'n eye view of the importation. Orders from Town
and Country respectfully solicited.
A NEW DEPARTURE !
CJ- o. x.
0 AiI A FT Kit JANUARY 11, ISSO,
Our Terms "Will "beCnsli on Delivery,
We Shall IYIalic a Liberal Discount t
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Fire Risks on Cane Fields.
rl!K UNI)KKSIGKI. AG EN I'M for ihe
IMOX FIRE AM) MAUIVK lMKAtK CO.MF'Y
Of New Zealand are authorized to aceept Fire Risks on Su
gar Crops in Ibe Held, r or particulars, apply to
WM. O. IK WIN ic CO..
36 3m Agents for Hawaiian Inlands.
A DWKIXIXC IIOL'SK IN NUUANU
Valley, containing ten rooms, servants' houses, horse
and carriage stables. Also, three acre or good pas
lure laud. A great variety of fruit trees and a large flower
garden, tiovernment water laid on. 1 he premises are In
good condition. Address: P. O. Box 1G9, or enquire of
nS S. MAUNIN.
t Mi PERSONS, INDEBTKI TO THE
il. STORK on Nuuanu street, known as the WHITE
HOUSE, lately under the management of 8. L. LKWI8,
win please make Immediate payment at the umce of 51.
Phillips & Co., No. 11 Kaahumanu ft.
All accounts not p;iid within Thirty Days, will be pUced
in the hands of our attorney, who will use rigorous measun a
to Cf Meet the same.
d27 tf M. PI11LI.IP3 & Co., 11 Ksahumano St
The Honolulu Book-Bindery,
DOES BINDING of ALL DESCRIPTIONS
The Work executed at this Establishment is under the
supervision of MR. JOHN L. KEK.4, who is well-known as
an experienced workman, and cannot be turpatd.
Work Done at Lowest liates
WIIITNEV ii ROBERTSON,
Ktaiioners, Publishers, News Dealers and Book-Binders.
CONCHEE & AHUNC,
FORT STREET. ABOVE KING.
NEW GOODS OF VARIOUS DESCRIPTION
CHINESE Si JAPANESE WARE!
LATEST STI LE OF
European Novelties in Jewelry !
Fine Sets of Tiger Claw?.
(Hemstitched). All Colors & Qualities.
Fine Ansrlmesl of
JAPANESE LACQUERED WARE
GREAT I1EIIIITI0 15 PRICES I
WE NOW OFFER THE
Ne Plus Ultra Spring Beds
At 20 PER CENT, below former prices.
In accordance with advices from the Manufacturer, who has
new facilities for making these Beds at a much lower cost than
formerly, we offer them to the public at the low price of
Twelve Dollars Cash.
declSm DILLIMillAM & CO., Agents.
Wrapping; twine, FUh Lines an I Hooks, Sundry Toys,
Siniflr and lloulile 1 tar re I Uuus, llrcech Loading Uuns,
r'hir KiiKlifth Spurting toUer, Hhit, ICU-y's Caps,
Marhle. I.n.lii'i Classes, Croquet Heis, Cricket Clisirs,
NOTICE OF COPYRIGHT.
Department of Interior, Honolulu, Nov. 7th. 1N70.
BE IT K K M K M li E It K I . THAT ON TIIK
7th day of Nov. a. D. IHVJ, lorK Howser, of Honolulu,
Island of Onliu. In accordance mill) taction 3 of an Act To
Kncourape Learning in this KiiiKdom. by H-curln( the Copiea
of Charts and Books to the Authors and I'ropriplor of sur.b
Copies," approved on the 31st day ol Dec. a. D. 1H64, has
deposited In this office Ihe title of his Uxjk Tn Ha ws
llnss Kintfrfoira NfalUlirnl nsd CasMsnrrrlal
llirrrlsrr nnd TaarUls Uatidr containing names
of all the while anil foreign residents except rhirn-s on all tha
Islands, alphabetically arranged, also the houses ol all the
business men on all the Islands clsssifinl. a full and elaborate
description and History of all and ea h Island. !r valuable to
Tourists and commercial men) the nsmes of all the I'lantationa
aDd Kanchrs, riintance from Honolulu and distance from
county or chief Town, name of Hoad, Ac. The whole publish
ed and compiled by ii;oit(JK bOVVBKK. The rights of
which he claims as owner and proprietor.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and
caused thebral of the Inte.ior Depart ment to be affixed at
Honolulu this 7th day ol Novrmber, a. D. 179.
(Signed) HAM'i. (1. Wll.IiKIl,
decfl 3m Minister of the Interior.
THE PARISIAN RESTAURANT
O WILL HE KEI'T OPEN
S?a "CTafter KVEKY bVKNINIj (ex.
?1?A Q cTl f unday) until Ten O'clock,
Koasln, Fried and Panned Oysters, and all other delicacies can
ioo nj i,. UKJKAN.
" There is Always Two Sides to a Story,"
BUT FOR A 11.. Til AT THE LNDEftSION KD
IS I'KEI'AHKD TO UO TO
ANY PART OP THE
PHOTOGRAPHIC VIEWS OR PORTRAITS,
In First Class SI) If, to Order,
ET" TKRM8 s Cash or Iraft on Honolulu at the lime the
Negatives are taken. Orders promptly attended to.
J21jr II. I.. I ll ASK.
A. NEW 3IA.IJ,Kli:T :
Messrs. Raupp & Schrader, Butchers,
nVK OPKXKI) A IM-ACK OF HUSI
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imvc miwujB uu nanu me vvmi or
Beef, Veal, Mutton & Pork !
-Ami the Heat of-
h Krrrr !).
Also Slx-cial attention ulvfn in l.ir Dill tri r u mr
O !., which are warranted to ket n for ,. bn.k ..r
... ...... m.v m w a rv A mJ
time. The attention or partim traveling is spe-illy directed
to these lioloeua Siuuin Thr, win ... - .
at the very lowest rates. O d rifr .in the country promptly
attended to. hop kpt opn from 4 o'clock in th.- morning
until 8 o'clock al ni.ht. i27 3 m
Something New Under the Sun J
IYI. J. ROSE, KING STREET,
Tooting His Own Horn !
n A VINO JI ST TI'KNKO OFT A N'KW
Hiyle of DI M l" W AGON for the Wsimanalo Sugsr Co.
No one to say one word about it. Homethniff uartnl r,r I'l.n.
tations It turns in less rnace than a iu.lini . ....
Width of hind tires, 6 inches; front, 4 inchesi built Unlit bni
very strong Those wishing to send in Isrue orders, and wish
them (rot out on time, would do well to do It immediately or
they must stand back and wait their (urn. mhli
ASKS lib A Nl 21b TINS.
in perfect order.
BOLLES ft CO
alE.15 .AS.", OARS.' ,T,IE HKGUL.AR
nun noin new ueuioru ax sorted sixes tier
coi7) fogsleby HULLKS CO.
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