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is having a DfW f.r-ajd-u.aia nj-'t
general overhauling. rj arsUry to h-r
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fore abe will be ready fur a.
y Umptna is at the r.l l Custom H-.tise
Ban Frau ls-o, for wbi.h jrt Mie
njabont Wednesdsy runt.
Walker In at the LVplanade. r.p
Vf. This is another cf the Hall
la rtally beanty, aoI ha proved
. aa will be seen by Capt. Redneld'a
built tt the order of Mr. Gmrtf, of
. bat will be at on the coasting route
.ailing on Monday next for Eau. Hawaii.
. acbr Martha W. Toft U at tke oll steaiufblp
.arf. discharging a general carto from Sao Fran'-i-fo.
The Am achr Rosario Ilea ntlde of the Tufts, t fail
for San Frandaeo, probably the latter part of next w:-k.
The Am bk I. C. Murray ha-i dicharKeI all of ber
cargo asd haulB oat Into the atram, to wait the arrival
of Bagar from wlndwanL
The Am bktne Ella la anppoiw-d to be about two wi. t
out from San Frant-lMco, and in my le lookeI for uxa.
With L. mall.
H. I. t. M- 8. Freya arrlvrd on Monday Iat. from
Panama.- For lit of ofbceni, kc, nee another coluuiu.
pout or nowoLULU, h. i.
J&ne 19 Aid ach Martha VV Tuft, Johao, 11 day from
cis w nwmu
20 II aeh Jnnie Walker, ReJSId, 11 d:Ti from
21 U I W M Freya, Ton Uippel, 4 dayi ftn PaDama
" 1 r. " neiMR-fCKEX.'
one 18 Am acb Clan Kpreckela, Von SchmiJc, lor 8 Fran
20 Abb bktne fcmma Auxnata, Rarana, for I'ort Tovn-
21 Raw brine gtorm Bird, Tearney. fr Jalait
21 Raw bk Hawaii, Whitney, for Jalait
21--flaw aca Kalana, Cook, for Ochouk
21 Uaw ach MaioIo,Uoolman, for fan FrancUca
21-Am bftoa Hazard. Miller, it Booth ea Ulau.ls
21 Am aiM Igxne Morning ir. Bray, fur Mtcroncaia
21 Balacea ach VlTld, Cawley. (or Fanning IUnd
22 Am acb ADaericao O it I. Backoa, fur fca fraoeiaco
Vcaaclar fr Ilwawlalai from Foreisn l'arfa.
Ass bk T T Whittoo, New Tork. orer doe
Beit ahip City ot Madrid, Urerpool, July 15
Brit ahip City of Mankin. Olaagow, doe A of 6-10
i Am a La Oiroode, llamboldt, lor Kabalui
---- bkU;.tia. Pm Franciaco, 4oe Jane 24-30
t Wylie, Bremen, doe A off li-20
'I Miller. San Franeiaea, fur Hik
Ha Rideont, Port Blakely. doe Jane 25 CO
I lor. 11 am bo kit
be, Baa Fraociaeo, for I'.Uo
(.erlne Cadden, liasoboldt
iimlia, Sydney, da July h
ly of Sydney, Saa Franeiaco, due July 12
eat Qaeen, Ban Franciaeo, due Jaly &-10
tea'l Batter, Port Oambla -J
A Falkiaborf, San Franciaeo, due July 5-10
beroo, Llrerpool, da t!ept 2&-30
ahicaa. New York, to tail early in Jaly
V ESSE 1.3 IN I'ORT
Jy Lampaon, Martton
I ra5 NKolaaa
.k V C M array, iJownra
Mb Martha W Tafta, Jofantoo
i aeh Jennla Walker
ort of acbomer Jennie Walker: l:edflelil. Ift
''innend Juno Clh. Flnt three daya out strong
the weatward with heavy head sea, aft rwar.U
light northerly wind ami fine weather. To
f breeze and fine weather; arrired on Diamond
a 20, P M. From Cape Flatu-ry to Ilunolr.ln 12
hoars, and from Port Townaend 11 day a.
n Francisco, per Jennie Walker, Jnne it) (',
er. Francisco, peT Mart A W Tofts. Jane 21 1'-!
re, lim mats rice, '-TuijO bricks. liTU It W
"t lamber, 11SO aks tuar, lot srroceries and
hardware, 210 pea wood machinery.
o, per Clans Spreekeln, June 10 To:!M
!t rice, 4 cm mine rnilnr. Iiu val f "7,
1. Also 1J bxs coin tl40.
, Hawaii. Jane 10 17 bags sugar, 10 I bis
i poods, groceries, trade R-ioda ke. lom
, val i,ls8.
i. per Storm Bird, Jane 19 13 bass aucar. S
olmJsea, lot provisions, groceries, blanket.s Ac.
Pskotah Sea, per Kaluna, Jnne 19 10 t salt. 3-'j0
fTrBfel- Dotc Tml 1120; for ral iSXi.
"VV. an 'Franclaco, per Malolo, Jnne 21 1.K1J bags
o So Seas, per Hazard. Jnne 21900 mats ri.-e. 4
t-t Micronesia, per Morning Star. Jnne 21 lot dry
oda. groceries, printing material, provisions, furniture
lMia Tal $30.90; for Tal N4o2.12.
,f San Francisco, per American Girl, Jnue 22 0T'
Pom vain (43.958.04.
a . fin Francisco, per American Girl, Jnne 11 C
xidail and wife, A Meydenbam, N Canovan, W Lndwijj-
or MIcroneaia, per Morninjr Star, Jane 21 Rev H J
Taylor wife and 2 children. Rev A C Walknp, Itev S
Kaher and wife, Mr Moses Kaowa and wife, Fred tUison.
i From San Francisco, per Martha W Tnrfts, June 21
A F Blanchf ork. U 8 Johnson.
, OrTX Hca Eis In this city, on the 17th Inst., at the
Vnna a Catholic Cathedral, by the Rev Father Hermann.
, i -tr. F. Ocbtz, of this city, to Miss Sakah Hcghes, of
SATURDAY, J UXE 26.
Tnazz iceeela Bailed on Mondaj for the Island
gjoura to the West and South, in qaesi of immi
grant" and plantation laborera," two the Siortn
Bird and Hawaii belonging to the Board of
Immigration, and the Hazard being the property
)0I pianien. inns it appcara ujiii iud nviia
of procaring South Sea Islanders to recuperate
our waning population U ,bein Tigorouely
prosecuted, both bj government and private par
j tiew, notwithstanding the constant discouraging
f comment" indulged in bj a portion of the prees.
1 It baa been suggested, and we believe the eug
i eeation haa been fatorablj received by the gov
ernment that it would be a good plan to ap
point a commiseioocr, who, accompanied by an
interpreter, should make toura of the Islands
from which we desire to procure immigrant,
nd wboee buainesa it would be to properly set
forth the advantage of the kind treatment and
Improved condition the people will experience
fcere. It may not be easy at once to procure
jut the right aort of a man for the office, and the
expecae may be considerable, but this will be
afliplj repast for- when the hundreds or
thousand of Wanders came to understand that
thia Government will look after their welfare
and educate their children, the supply of immi'
grant will b unlimited. .
Ia the matter of wage-, it appears that we are
payicg aeTeo or eight times as much per man as
is paid for the fame class of labor In the Fijis and
Queensland. We question ?erj much the eound
cess of tlia policy, especially when it is remem
bered that the Islanders, are quite nnused to the
kind of labor required of them here, and that for
a long time after heir arrival they are merely
apprentices, learning civilization and habits of
industry. Those who employ them are their
teacher., and are for this, cause entitled to
consideration. It ia estimated from statistics
that the product of sugar is about three tons per
laborer, per annum, and in order to successfully
compete with other sugar producing countries we
wil' be compelled to pay a lower rats of wages
for iHd bands than we have been paying of late.
But Ve intelligent Hawaiian, with hie superior
.t.Mi . .-4 -;w;i;!itIon. will always command a
.111 v - -
iomratively high rate of wages, notwithstand-
f in - ' large influx of Soutn oea isianuero ; ue-
ef 4 the presence of a full supply of these peo-
"taMMAiiW hither more capital to bring into culti--77
large tracts of land that are now lying
With tin- jirfsent niiuihor close the
Twc nt y-fonrth, and with the next on July
3rd, commences the Twenty-fifth Volume
of the P.wiFic Commercial Advertiser.
ll-tuhli.-hetl in l-tV, our journal i about to
enter ujoii the j ear which will conclude it--
quarter of a century' existence ; and on the
4th of July, 11, we hoj; to celebrate its
silver wedding with the public. IItablish
ed hy iu founder on tlie principle of entire
indi-jK-ndenee of iartie?f creed- or t-eet-, this
princijI- ha ever since, through several
chaiii.'e o(i.roprietor-hipheen the constant
aim of the Advertiser. And we beg to
aure our patrons that in dealing with pub
lic atljirs, or, when it may become neces
sary, with private interest, we shall al
way endeavor to carry out the golden max
im adopted by Lincoln "naught extenu
ating or setting down aught in nialiee."
We need hardly remind our patrons that
the end of the one volume and the begin
ning of another i a convenient time to re
new subscriptions, and that a prompt at
tention t JC- ' r will result in the sav
ing of a tJV'Vi.ttrnii Wing $5 in ad
vance ai 'ei?'rs after the expiration
of three mou 1 v' f
On tiie 19th in-tant His Majesty granted an
audience at lulani Palace to His Excellency, the
Hon. II. A. P. Carter, 11. M'e Envoy Extraordi
nary and Minister Plenipotentiary to Germany
and received at his hands the Grand Cordon of
the Royal Danish Order of the Danebrog, which
was entrusted to Mr. Carter by order of His Maj
esty the King of Denmark to be conveyed with
an autograph letter to His Majesty the King.
His Majebty was attended on this occasion by His
Excellency the Minister of Foreign AfLtir9 ; LI is
Chamberlain ; the Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, and the
afficcrs of II. M's Staff.
The following i-i a translation of the autograph
letter from bis Majesty the King of Denmark, Ac
companying tb' Dr-coration.
Cheat and Good Fbiexd. I hasten to uffer to
your Majesty my warmest thanks for your good
ness in tending me the Insignia of the Gr -nd Cross
of Your Order of Kamebameba I, as by Your letter
of 27th October of last year. Animated like Your
Maj'-sly by the desire to cement and perpetuate
the good relations that so bappily exist between
Our Stat'-s, I cannot better respond, tban by pray
ing Your Majesty to accept the Grand Cordon of
'Danebro?, which it affords me great pleasure to pre
sent to You. In addressing to Your Majesty my
sincer wi.-ttes for Your persoual welfare and lor
the prospet,,y ' Your reign. I remain. Your Maj
esty's Good Friend, CHRISTIAN, R.
" Is time of peace, prepare for war," is a trite
saying, but it contains the essence of wisdom.
In the tapid march of events in this wonderfully
progressive age of the world, it behooves the
statesmen of our little Island Kingdom to watch
tho signs of the times very closely, in order to
sacredly guard that which is above price our
national independence. Whilfi the United States
of America have certainly at present no desire or
necessity to acquire these Islands, yet circum
stances may arise in future years which would
change all this. And in the event of a great
European war, the possession of these Islands, or
the port of Honolula, by any one of the contend
ing powers would give to such power a great ad
vantage in this ocean. England and France, it is
'.rue, have jointly agreed to respect our inde
pendence and not to take possession of any part
of our territory, an agreement which one ot
them violated in 1349, but Russia, Germany
and the United States might very properly be
asked to joiu with the first named powers, as
well as others, to guarantee our neutrality in
time of war. We are therefore pleased to know
that the following Resolution, introduced by the
Hon. W. M. Gibson, was passed in the Assembly
on Tuesday last," without opposition :
Whereas the opening of a shipway across the
Isihmos of Darien, and the connection of this archi
pelago by cable with the old and new worlds will
concentrate attention upon the strategic importance
of these Islands, and make their possession an im
portant question to contesting powers in the Pacific
Wucbeas, a patriotic spirit should seek to guard
the independence of the state against possible con
ting ncies; therefore,
Reiolcd, that it is the sense of this Assembly that
the Government shoald, through its diplomatia
action, invite all the Great Powers of the world, and
I especially the Great Republic of America, to unite in
:a joint guarantee of the perpetual neutrality of the
' Hawaiian Kingdom.
As important bill is now on the table of the
Assembly awaiting its action, entitled " An Act
to amend Chapter 13, of the Civil Code, and to
reorganize the Supreme Court." The following
are the main features of the bill : Instead of three
justices of tbe Supreme Court as at present pro
vided by law, it is proposed to have five, include
ing the Chief Justice. Three of tbe Associates
are to reside, one on each of tbe Islands of Maui,
Hawaii, and Kauai (the present system of Circuit
Judges and Courts being abolished), and the
same jurisdiction, powers and duties conferred
by the statutes on the justices of the Supreme
Court on the Island of Oabu are by this bill to
be conferred on the associate justices on tbe other
islands, in all causes civil, criminal, maritime or
in probate. The Chief Justice and First Asso
ciate Justice are to have tbe came, powers and
jurisdiction as are now conferred by lawon the
Supreme Court on the Island of Oahu, and hold
the terms of court as now prescribed by law.
The Associate Justices residing on the different
islands are to be required to bold two terms of
court each year, for the trial of cases civil and
criminal within tbe jurisdiction of the Supreme
Court, and they are required at least twice a
year to make a circuit ot their respective islands
for the purpose of hearing probate matters.
All the justices are required to meet twice a
year at Honolulu, to hold a high court of
errors and appeals, three to constitute a quo
rum. The salary of the Chief Justsce to re
main as now fixed by law, that of the Asso
ciate Justice for Maui, $3000 per annum, Ha
waii, $4000. and Kauai, $3000. It is further
provided that a Deputy Attorney General shall
be appointed for each island, with a salary of
$1200 per annum.
It ba been quite evident to those who have
had business to transact in our conris, that
there was ample room for improvement in the
constitution of the judiciary of the country. It
is said " there is a divinity that doth hedge a
king ; and so with the wearers of the meta
phorical judicial ermine, who, whenever criticised
are generally spoken of with bated breath. Hut
we have had learned, able and upright men on
the bench of our Supreme Court, for we can
point with sime degree of pride at tbe printed
decisions of Lee, Allen, Robertson and Davis in
tbe past. Yet our judicial system throughout
was never what it ought to have been, a perfect
harmonious whole, but a thing of " shreds and
patches," pieced on to from time to time with
judicial dicta, precedents and usages ; and now,
in our vastly altered material and social condi
tion since the time when the present system was
inaugurated, the necessity for reform and reor
ganization becomes fully apparent.
It is not to be doubted but that strong opposi
tion will be made to this bill ; first, by those who
cry is always " let well enough alone," and still
more strongly by the members of the judiciary
themselves, who may very properly conclude that
the creation of additional justices will tend to
distribute the authority and influence of the Su
preme Court, instead of the concentration of
these attributes which now exists.
A carefully constituted and -well-chosen judi
ciary is not only the palladium of the people's
j righi.i, bc the sorest of safeguards for the ae
: curity and in iependence of the state.
1 The bill as a whole is a good one, and we hope
j it will faM. with each amendmcnta as to details
i ae the wisdom of legislators may suggest. We
may be excused, in this connection, for express
ing our satisfaction at seeing in the main provi
sions of this bill a reproduction of views put for
ward in the editorial columns of the Advertiser
in 1876, and again in 1878.
There are at present two liquor bills before
the Assembly, one introduced by the Hon. Mr.
Baker, one of the members for Honolulu, consist
ing of 33 sections, and one introduced by the At
torney General, of 41 sections. The first was
under discussion on Monday last, on its second
reading, and was passed to engrossment and or
dered to be read a third time on Tuesday next,
by a vote of 20 to 17, aa will appear in our Sup
plement with to-day's issue. But the bill was so
inartistically put together that its friends were
obliged on Tuesday to move its reconsideration
with a view to rectifying the manifest blunders of
cither the framer or copyist. The principal pro
visions of this bill are : Natives to be allowed to
purchase wines and liquors not exceeding 23 of
alcoholic strength ; the distilling of liquor allow
ed free, provided it is not above 19 of alcoholic
strength ; public bouses to be allowed to keep
open until 11 o'clock at night ; the price of a
wholesale liquor license to be $1000, that of a
jobber $1000, and of retailers $3000 ; licenses to
be granted for other places besides Honolulu ; no
license to be required for selling wines and other
light drinks under C.5 c of alcoholic strength; a
chemist to be employed by tl e Minister of the In
terior to test the alcoholic ctrengtb of all wines,
ales, Lc. imported or manufactured here. This
unique bill (which is to go into effect thirty days
after its passage) closes with an interesting
Schedule of the relative alcoholic strength of var
ious potables, as follows :
Rhine wine varyl
Sherry " "
Claret " '
Brandy (spirits) '
Stout in cask
from 9 5 top to 13 0 by test
15 4 " 27 7
19 U " 19 7 "
" 19 0 " 21 1 "
.. 91 hi
9 0" 95 '
ioi 132 '
" 20 7 " 32 2 "
9 5" 99 "
' 87 " 9 4 "
" 14 1 " 14 8
" 60 4 " 9 4 "
" 70 2 " 77 1 "
" 49 0 " 60 0 "
" 69 3 " 61 2 "
" 6 4" 75 "
6 6 " 12 3
" 6 5" 70 "
6 5 ' 7 9
The Attorney General's bill consists of 41 sec
tions, and is to a great extent a re-enaction and
codification of existing statutes on the liquor traf
fic. The new features introduced are : It abol
ishes tbe jobbing license, for the sale of ales,
wines and spirits, which is now a sort of half-way
bouse between the wholesale and retailer ; the
King in Privy Council may autorize the issuance
of retail spirit licenses outside the limits of Hono
lulu, but not on the other Islands ; retailers to be
finable for supplying liquor to an intoxicated per
son, noteless than $50 nor more than $200 ; on
complaint made, the liquors of any dealer may
be ordered to be analyzed, and if found adultera
ted, the dealer to be fined not less than $100 nor
more than $500.
Though there are some features of the latter
bill which may be objectionable, it is in the
whole far preferable to that introduced by the
member for Honolulu, which, to say the least, is
in eome respects absurd and impracticable. As
it comes up for a final reading on Tuesday of next
week, it is to be hoped that the majority of the
Assembly wilf by that time have been led to see
tbe subject in its proper light, and reject the
bill. They will see in the Schedule of the relative
strength they can not buy brandy, gin, rum or
whisky, only the' lighter and costly wines, includ
ing champagne, would be free to them tp pur
chase, as well as beer and porter. Everybody
knows tbatjrchen'the native drinks avail, he pre
fers the strongest and firiest liquor y lightning
rod " whisky, that will speedily produce intox
i cat ion. Consequently he will not be content
with such half-way measures as allowing him to
purchase intoxicating drinks" not exceeding
23 of alcoholic strength," and he will continue
to patronise the Chinese dealer in bad gin
- .The Tercentenary of Camoens.
By slips from the London Times of May I4, for
warded by the Rev. Dr. Damon, we learn that tbe
F Portuguese and Brazalian nations were preparing
to celebrate, on tbe 10th of Judc tbe three bun
dredth anniversary of the birth of Portugal's bril
liant epic poet, Don Luis de Camoens. Ue was of
" noble blood, a fair form, brilliant valor, and
had tbe divine fire of genitrs," but he was poor,
and misfortune, neglect and contumely dogged
bis footsteps from manboofi to tbe grave. II is
master piece was the " Lusiad," an epic poem of
remarkable power, and his sonnets are full of min
led sweetness and fire. Negjected by bis countrymen
while he lived, dying in poverty, and bis memory
passed into oblivion, now, after the lapse f 300
years his birthday Is to be celebrated with distin
guished honors. Our readers may remember that
in a supplement to tbe Advertiser three years since,
we published an account of tbe career and the
poetical works of Camoens, from tbe pen of the
Hon. V. M. Gibson. Tb original pamphlet which
contained tbe article was sent to prominent per
sons in Europe and America, and it is quite pos
sible that tbe strictures therein contained on the
ingratitude of bis country in neglecting tbe memo
ry of ber poet wariior, may bave bad something to
do with awakening tbe sodden interest now evinced
. Queen's Hospital Report.
To liii EtctlUncji the Minister of the Interior.
Sib: I bave the honor to furnish this the forty second
semi-annual report of the Treasurer of tbe Queen's Hos
pital, showing the receipts and disbursements during the
half year f tiding 31st May, and of the present financial
condition of the corporation.
1S79. .' BF.CE1PT8.
Dee. 5, balance cash In Bank $ 8o3 CO.
Mav 31. from pay patients six months
ending this date 2,091 20
From Hawaiian Treasury account Haw.
aiian seamen and passengers taxes for
the six months ending 31 March last. 5,14.1 75
i'rom coupons interest on legacy fund. 52 60
From R. W. Wood, Esq., of Boston, as a
donation. 50 00
From 3 life memberships 150 00
From Interior Department account of
appropriation 2,0n0 00
Fioiu subscription cf German Consul
from estate of G. Kukapu, 29 50
May 31, for salary of Physician, 6 mos.
to date '. 750 00
For salary ot Assistant Physician, 6
months to date 375 00
For wagea of Purveyor, servants and
prison labor...... 2,440 19
For betiding, fuel, lights, medicines,
provision, coffins, etc 8. (AH 91
For premium on insurance on buildings,
furniture, crockerv, etc 2;t8 78
Bslance dne Bishop Jc Co 1.G46 27
- $12,4rt8 83-12.4fS 68
June 30th, 1880. assets..
Pay patients, by estimate 250 00
Pay taxes Hawaiian seamen and passen
gers for the 3 mouths ending the 30
June by estimate KM) 00
Short June 30. by estimate 2.1SW 27
Balance due Bishop & Co.....
Current expenses for June estimated.
$ 3,246 27-3,240 27
Respectfully submitted, Jso. H. Patt,
Treasurer Queen's Hospital.
General S. C. Armstrong addressed a large
audience at tbe native church at Kawaiahao on
Sunday morning lust. Both speaker and audience
were evidently affected by memories of tbe past
tbe son standing in tbe same place and speaking
to some of the same people (those that are left)
that bis honored father did for many years. In the
evening tbe General addressed a full audience in
the Fort street Church, who were much interested
in listening to hjs description of the work among
tbe blacks and Indians at the Hampton Institute,
ot which be is Principal. Tbe General took pas
sage for Maui on the steamer on Monday, to spend
a few days among the scenes of bis early boyhood,
which he will find much changed din ing the twenty
years of bis absence abroad.
Kac, Hawaii, June 14th. 1S80.
ToVte Editor of the T otitic Vomnxreiai AJiertitet :
Sik :- In glancing over the Legislative proceed
ings recently, I notice that some Hob. member
presented a petition, that no license be granted
for tbe sale of intoxicating liquors in Kau. I can
not conceive who of tbe residents would want
a license to buy or sell an article that can be, and
is, so freely dealt out and without the expense of
a license. A license would cost money, and both
the vendor and consumer would oppose it, tbe lat
ter paiilcnlarly, as he is well aware that tbe money
to pay for it. would ultimately come out of bis
own pocket. Either he would pay more for his
swipes, or would get more water in it. In either
case, tbe result would be tbe same. It would cost
him more for a good square Saturday night's
"tare," tban it does in tbe present state of affairs,
without a license. As for the rest of the people,
well really, I can't just now, call to mind any
more, or "hardly any." I think I my safely
claim to speak for tbe great majority of the people
of Kau, all more or less respectable, when I say,
" no license in ours if you please."
Tbe okolehao trade here, seems to be in a
flourishing condition. I am told that several dis
tilleries in addition to those previously in opera
tion bave been started witbin the past few weeks.
Tbe trade is reduced to a system, and thirsty souls
ean buy Nos. 1, 2 and 3. No. 1 is supposed to be
the pure stuff, and to afford the greatest amount ot
nourishment, to the least bulk, or in otber words,
it gives the maximum of drunk to th minimum of
drink, while No. 2 and 3, are one fourth and one
half water respectively, and are patronized chiefly
by the plantation laborer, who, as a rule, don't
bave so much money to get jolly on. as those who
loaf and bnm around, but be can get half drunk on
bis purchase, and draw on bis imagination for the
other half, or can console himself as did the man
in the story told by Sam Weller. who lived on
crumpets, t". e. that they were -'werry cheap and fil
ling at the price." The native as well as the for
eigner. Without regard to age or sex, say. no
license." I sign myself, thine for Kau.
Free Trade and Whiskey Straight.
Honolci-c, May 31st, 1380.
To the Truxltes of the Queen's Iivpital :
Gentlemen .- I have the honor to submit the following
report for the quarter ending May 31st, 1890.
The total number of patients at present in the Hospital
is 70, viz: 59 Hawaiians, 38 males, 21 females and 11 for
eigners; 10 paying.
Tbe number of admissions during this period were 163.
124 Hawaiians, 80 males, 44 females, and 39 foreigners.
Discharged 137, viz: 100 Hawaiians, C6 males, 34 females
and 37 foreigners.
Deaths: 24 HawaiUns and Southern Islanders, 3 for
eigners. 5 General Debility, 4 Pulmonary Consumption,
7 Dysentery, 3 Burned, 1 Collapse, 1 Accident, 2 Dropsy,
2 Fever, 1 Hernia, 1 Hemmorrhage.
The highest number of indoor patients was 99, the
lowest CG. Daily average 74. Number of prescriptions
6057. t '
The number of patients treated in the Hospital was as
f pi tows: March 132, April 136, May 108. Calls at the dis
pensary, 300. Respectfully snbmitted.
. Rob't McKibbin
aTtX W EDNESDAV LAST A SMALLGREEN
J PARKOQUKTTK. The finder will be rewarded on
returning the same to S. B. KERK, 27 Merchant st. It
WATER! WATER! WATER!
rwMIE WATER RATES FOR THE. HALF
M. year commencing July 1st, 1880, are due and payable on
that date, at the office of the Superintendent of Water Works,
foot of Nuuanu street. . U. V. FIlfcETH,
Superintendent of Water Works.
Honolulu, June 82, 1880. ju26 3t
A Xf PERSON OR PERSONS FOUND
.Am trespassing from and after this date upon any of the
lands belonging to the KOUALA RANCH, without the written
pennisiionoi tbe Manager of the said Kanch, will be prosecut
ed according to law. JAMES WOODS, Manager.
N . Kohala, June 22d 1890. ju 26 3t
IJN ANSWER TO THE DESIRE EXPRESSED
by Mr. T. Whitehead, 1 would wish to state lor his bene
fit that 1 am not sddicted to pugilistic exercises except in
self-defence, and I would be pleased by h i omitting my name
in connection with any "manly art" business which he may
feel inclined to indulge in. No further notice will be taken by
me or any cards or cnallengea whicb emanate from him.
It THOS. WALKER.
'MIE INTEREST OP MRS. J. P. COOKE
M. in the firm of Csstle.dc Cooke, ceased on the 1st day of
April uit., and all aeuis aue to the nrm will be paid to the
undersigned, who will also sett le all claims against the firm.
The business will be continued aa. heretofore at the old aland,
under tbe old firm name of CASTLE & COOKE.
They take this opportunity to ihank their patrons for past
favors, and to say that all business entrusted to their care will
be promptly and faithmlly attended to.
S. N. CASSTLE,
J. B. ATUERT0N.
. SEALED TENLERS-
Vm7I'I BB RECEIVED by the TREAS-
VV Ltifctl ot the 3IL31CAL llALLi ASSUtJIA 1 lU.N
for erecting the Musical Hall Building. Plan and Specifica
tions msy oe seen at tbe office of A . Mc W ayne, Treasurer
The Building Committer do not bind themselves lo accept the
lowest or any Did. Bones will be required lor the raiuilul lul
Ailment of any Contract. Tbe Bids will be opened at the
Treasurer's Office on .Wednesday, June 80th, ar 12 o'clock
noon. SAM b G. WILDER,
A. 8. CLEQHORN.
It Building Committee.
FIRST GRAND CONCERT !
(Mary A. Cooke)
ASSISTED BY THE
Honolulu Amateur Musical Society
And PROF. BEROER, will take place at
On Friday Evening', July 2d, at 8 O'clock
Tickets to be had at Messrs. Whitney & Robertson's Book
Prices of Admission Seats in centre ofiltouse, $1.50; Sides,
$1-00; Galleries; 40 cents.
Reserved seats in centre of house can be obtained without
extra charge. , It
"Good Kiss Polka"
"The Syren's Waltz,"
raiHESE BEAL'TIFL'L PIECES WHICH WERE
M played by the Royal Hawaiian Band a abort lime since,
just received Dy
It AVHITNEV Ai ROBERTSON.
(Graduate of McQill College, Montreal.) .
LATE PROFESSOR of MEDICAL JURIS
prudence, and formerly Demonstrator of Anatomy in
the V Diversity of Bishop'a College, Montreal, Canada, and
for some time House Surgeon ia the London Hospital, London,
OFFICE Carrier of Hotel and Fort streets , (orer Mellis &
HOURS from 3 to 10 A. Mi i to 4, and T to 9 P. M
7- NIGHT BELL. J3!
100,000 Sugar Bags
Per Maf lDorongn, via San Francisco, .
Per City of Madrid,
Per City Of Nankin
FOR SALE TO ARRIVE
ju26 lm ED. HOFFSCH L.A EG ER X. CO.
EN ROUTE TO AUSTRALIA,
WILL GIVE A SERIES
DURING THEIR STAY 1 ERE.
Do IVot Fail to Witness
Further particulars in small Billa and Fosters. It
The "Hconu" Elevated Tramway.
The simplicity of its working is euch tbat one man .
could and did move tbt whole concern with perfect
The track consisted cf a rc.l cf iron suspended be- :
tween T ebupeJ tressels about 50 feet apart, and '
eiauuing idoui o ieet Irom tbe ground.
The rod is stationary, but below it and running ia
a parallel line was an endless wire rope moving
around large drums at the end of each section of the
Tramway. This is the motive power for conducting
transportation, worked by an Engine equal to one
and a half horse-power per mile.
A fresh Engine is required for every ten miles of
the line, which is designed by means of bangers to
carry goods, over otherwise inaccessible heights,
across deep gulches, and chasms, down from monn
taiu tops to sea ports, and almost into the hold of
the receiving vessels, or to railroads or mills.
With 210 bangers or boxes to tbe mile, each carry
ing about 250 pounds of wool or coal stores, or any
otber material, the tramway has a carrying capacity
of from 2,000 to 3,000 tons per day, delivered at the
rate of four miles per hour.
The track may te made to deviate in any direction,
the difficulty of getting a loaded hanger round the
inside track having been overcome by the inventor,
who spent a large sum of money in experimenting
upon this one feature before be succeeded, and this
perfected his invention. For by means of tbe end
less bands revolving round the drums the track or
boxes run on a double line, the full ones going to
their destination and the empty ones returning to
the starting point to be refilled.
In South America there is a II eon u line SI miles
in length, working splendidly, performing great ser
vice, and it was tbe sincere belief of the gentlemen
present at the trial last week, that it would, if intro
duced here, be the means of developing mines that
are now unworked owing to the difficulty of conveying-
ore and goods to and from the mine.
All precent were much impressed with what is in
Australia, a startling novelty and one likely to have
great practical value.
These tramways would be invaluable to tbe Colo
nies and we are glad to say that such an authority as
Mr. Goodcheap, Commissioner of Railways, speaks
in terms of unqualified praise of the Ileonu Tram
way. Town and Country Journal.
Bbass Kntcki.es. Two boys, one a native in the em
ploy of C. W. Clark, and the other a nero employed at
the City Marketbecame involved in a dispute last even
ing, and which resulttd in the City Market boy being
laid low by a blow from brass knuckles administered by
the native upon the head of the Ethiopian. The nepro
boy was injured sufficiently to require bis removal to the
Hospital, and at last accounts it appeared as if the effects
of the blow might prove fatal. No arrests.
VTICELV FURNISHED ROOM AT No. 30
Xl BERETAN I A STREET. Also stabling fur horse.
A PLEASANT FRONT ROOM, furnished.
31 Berelania street, opposite Queen Emma's. jeiy tf
THAT COMMODIOUS COTTAGE
lately occupied by Mrs. John Paty, in Nouanu Valley,
with the furniture. Apply to JOHN H. PATY. myl5
CENTRALLY LOCATED HOUSE.
A Apply to my29 tf A. McWAYXK.
A N' AMERICAN FAMILY OF TWO. I)E-
il. sire a cottage, unfurnished or only partly furnished, iu
good repair, and at low rent. Will take a long lease if prem
ises suit. Address immediately, "COTTAGE," care of Ad
vertises ofllc. my29
VVET SALT HIDES. SHEEP AND GOAT
v turns, ior wnicn me mgnesi asn rrice wiu De pain
P. O. BOX 40. . HUGH MACK AY,
fe21 tf Proprietor Honolulu Tannery, Kohololoa.
A LI FORM A AND AUSTRALIAN Half-
Breed Merino Rams. Apply to U. N. GREEN WELL,
ALL -CHANGES IN BUSINESS OR RKSI
dence, to secure insertion in the Hawaiian Sta
tistical Directory nail Toiirisla Guide, should
be addressed to . GE0K8E BOWSER,
my29 Jr0. Box 176, Honolulu
A LL THOSE INDEBTED TO THE Estate
3k of TIIEOD0R TOEL, deceased, will please make lm
mediate payment, and those having claims against the same
present them to the undersigned for settlement, within three
months from date, or they will be lorever barred.
F. A. fc-CIl AEFER.
Honolulu, June 17, 1SS0. jel9 1ml Executors.
CARD. 7 ,
riMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING DUuoted
1 of his stock and goad-will iu " lhe Old Corner," begs to
return grateful thanks to the public for tueir liberal patronage
during bis years ol business in Honolulu, and to notify all
parties having claims against turn to present the same, and
all parties indebted to him lo make immediate payment, on
account ot contemplated departure Dy trie July steamer.
jel9 3t 11. J. NOLTE.
FOR SALE. -
'HIE COMMODIOUS TWO-STORf DWEL
iling known as "STONE HOUSE," built of coral, the
property ol Mrs. U. C Atmstrong, at the head ol Kichard st
on Beretania. The lot contains about one acre and a half,
wen grown up in rruu ana ornamental trees, mere are quar
ters for servants, a carriage house and stables. Easy terms,
long tune at moderate interest.
For further particulars, apply to
ja!9 3t . F. BANNING.
nnilESALEOFTIIE ESTATE OKCIl.tS
V KANA1NA, deceased, advertised to lake place ON
SATURDAY, April 3d, 1880, IS HEREBY POST
PONED. Due public notice will be girenwhen Slid sale
win luxe place..
V. W. C. PARKE, 1?
. Administrator Estate of U. Kanalna.
Honolulu, March 27th, 1S80. tnar27 If
A LL PERSONS ARE II E K E B Y" W A RNED
J- WL against Shooting or Catching Wild Cattle or Horses on
tne premises Known aa Kaupakuea, Masabanaloa and Pepee-
Keo, insinct ol 11 no, island ol Hawaii, from anil after this date.
Hilo, Hawaii, May 7th, 183o - oy8Vni
. Honolulu, June 3d, 1880.
milOSK WHO MAY HAVE MONEY ON
M. dejiosii with B3 on the 1st day of July next, either in
Savings Bank or on open account, are hereby notified that
they are expected td make their own returns for the sameto
tne Assessor In their re spective District. .,
We are required by the Minister of Finance to furnish la the
Assessor a list of depositors with the amount of their balance
in our hands on tbe first day of July.
ju5 4t BlSIfDP & CO
THE DELINQUENT MEMBERS
of Engine Co. No. presiding in Honolulu, are
hereby, notified that at the last regular meeting
or the above Company, tbe Secretary was in
structed to give notice to all such meabers that unless pay
ment of their dues is made on or before the next regular meet
ing, they will be declared suspended or expelled, as the com
pany may see fit. .
37 They are also reminded that the Tax Assessor's List
will soon be made up. If the Company is not successful in
collecting their several years' back flues, the same will be re
ported to the Assessor, so that thoje' back jrears tax may be
cunecKU dj trie uiitrui.ir ul lAm. M
Honolulu, June 4, IS80. . (ju5 lm)
A BARGAIN', A SEVEN-OCTAVE SQUARE
XTa, PIANO, nearly new, with all the latest improvements
A rich, full toned instrument, with' heavy embroidered cover
and stool, t 31 Beretania street. . JU1Z tf
FOR SALE. -
WE II A V E ON HAND A XI) FOR
sale a goo.1 secouu nanti riaqn, uy iunni s
uiarK. Also, a collage nauo, oy urea iwoou
er sons, suitable ior ueirinner
1 - I.- I." , V .1 tf", . ,
92 King St., opposite J. T. Waterhnuse's store.
riMIE UNDERSIGNED WILL BE sleased
m to meet 4iny of his friends, requiring good clothing, at
the corner or rort auu notei streets; naviug connected turn-
serf With II. S. TRtuLOAN.
- C. P. BARRAK. -
my 29 tf Late cutter Ipr B. Roth
SEAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
A LARGE BUILDING l-OT ON Nl'UAMJ
J.Tk. Valley Rnaa, situated between the residences of J. O.
Carter and Csp M. Iniyre, extending from the road to be
yond Pauoa river, and comprising an area of about Z acies, in-
clu.fltig several taro patches- l tile, ree tiniple.
For particulars apply to
ju5 H. W. SCHMIDT.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
FVMIE DESIRABLE PREMISES ON NUU-
M. AM VALLEY KOAD, at present occupied by Wm.
Johnson, consisting of a dwelling house with large parlor and
bedrooms, 1 large dininsroom, pantry, kitchen and bathroom ;
a large 3 room cottage (nearly new) in the rear, and other out
houses, ail in goo.lor.ler and condition.
Tbeot is well planted with fruit, ornamental and shade
trees, snd has a large cemented f .untain in the centre. Land
title, FEE SIM PLE. Fcr farther particulars, apply to
Or the Asiigces, TI1EO. 11. DA VIE?, and
ju5 II. W. SCIIM1UT.
-7 - FOR SALE OR TO LET !
THAT VERY DESIRABLE RESIDENCE
on, Judd Strret, adjoining th.: spacious premises of- the
Hon. S. G. Wilder. The lot contains about one acre, with a
large frontage on Judd Street, and is well planted with Fruit
and Ornamental Shade Trees. SE A VIEW, UNSURPASSED.
Government water Is about to be bud on. There is on lhe lot
a dwelling house, containing sinim; room, dining room and four
bed-rooms; a twovtory kitchen, with servants' rooms above;
bath fcou;e, carriage bouse and other out liouws Also, a
stream of water running through the lot. rule perfect. For
particulars, apply to CECIL BROWN,
mys tl naaiiumaou street.
DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR, HONOLULU. "
Be it Remembered thai en the 25th, Day
of Msy, A. D. ISsO, GEORGK BOWsER of Honolulu,
Island oi Oahu. in accor lance with Section 3 of an Act " To
encourage learning in th s Kingdom, by securing the Copies
of Charts and Books lo the Authors snd Proprietors of such
Copies," approved on the 31st of December, A. U. 1861, has
deposited in this Office the title of his Book.
Bowser's Illustrated Atlas or tjie Islands ot uatm, Mam,
Hawaii. Mol.ikai. Kauai and Lanai. with views of the princi
ple Towns, Public Buildings. Residences, Plantations, ke,,
Ac, Ac. The" rights of which he claims as Owner and Pro
prietor. in testimony vt nereor I nave hereunto set my nana ana
caused the seal ot the Interior Department to be
affixed at Honolulu, this 25th- nay of May,
A. D. 1880.
SAM'L G. WILDER,
my29 3m . Minister of Interior,
The Daily Increase in tho Price of ??
DRY GOODS, GENTS' FliliiMSHIIVG GOODS
FANCY GOODS, GENTS' HATS AND CAPS,
Is at length over, and we have taken advantage of the ,uj"he rf T ,
accordingly. The assortment is complete in every respect. We will mere.y . j
nt o hut fow nri.'f" in pat" h department, showing vou the
tJUUfc: vua f
BARGAINS you will
10 yds best calico
10 yls Sne cotton
10 yds brown aheetiuft
1 full pee mosquito net
. 1 00
. 1 00
. 1 M
MILLINERY AT HALF
fancy silk ribbon, fivta 8c up.
(Jems' white undrrstiiris $
Genu' hlf hose
Ladies' Balhrifsan hose
3 pr One white hose
Ladies', misses' and children's gl-ives.
from 121c up.
tints' colored shirts
lieoli' linen suits
Worsted, only 20c pe'
Children's hand knit jackets
Lace tidies, from
All colors of worsted fringes, per yd...
Ladies' silk ties
f!ood ladies' chemise
Children's school hats
ir-r We will add in conclusion that If you wish to purchase
V."iw Tl" m the CALIFORNIA ONE PRICE
Uoc to Auiiouuco to tlio Trade, that Tlioy
Have Opened in the City of San Francisco.
N'OS. 40f AND 411
XJncler the Firm Name of
1VC JL. 3NT H3
Thanking the Public for Their Patronage During the Past Thirteen
Years, we Would Solicit .Their Favors '
IPox Our Saxi ITx'asicisco Houg.,
C; IT PR EM E
CO V R T f F T II E II A W A f f A N
in Probate. Island Oahu, Hawaiian Islands, as.
Ia the matter of the Estate of LONOAKEAWE (k)
decease.!. Order appointing time Ior probata of will, and ai
rectfng publication of notice of the same.
A document, purporting to be the last will and testament of
Lonoakeawet.il), decease.!, having on the lath day or Jane,
A. D. 1880. been presented to said Probate Court,, and a pe
tition for the probate thereof, and for the issuance of Letters
Testamentary to David Dayton, having been filed by him, it
Is hereby ordered, that Kit I DA V, the M.NTH DAY. of JULY.
A. V. 1880, at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, at the Court
Room of said Court, at Aliiolani Hale, in Honolulu, be, and
the nam is, hereby appointed tie time for proving said will
and hearing said application, when and where any person In.
terested may appear and contest the said will, and the grant,
ing of Letters Testamentary.'
It Is further ordered, that notice thereof be given by'puMi
cation, for three successive weeks, in tbe Pacific Commercial
Advertiser, and Kuokoa, newspapers printed and published in
Dated, Ujpnolulm, 117 I ., June 17th, 1886. '.
Attest : A. ROSA. Justice of the Supreme Court.
Deputy Olerk. . . , jel9 3t
Notice of Foreclosure'of Mortgage.
VrOTICEIS HEREBY GIVEN THAT PUR
ll SUANT to a power f sale contained In a certain Mort
gage deed, dated th 4tb jlay of February, 1878 Made by Chaa
K. Ilanai lo O. K. Richardson, both of lliln. Hawaii, of rmwd
1 in Libe.64tb pages 28 and 29, and for a breach af the sondi-
Hons in said mortgage deed contained, that nil and singular
the land?tnemeuts and hereditaments in said mortgage need
contaii.rd.wiH alter ike time limited by law, lie sold at Public
'Auction on account of ihejbreach of tbe condition as hereinbe
fore mentioned. -
The property in said mortgage described being situate in
Iiilo, aforesaid. C. K. 1CH ARDSON,
E. PRESTON, Attorney for Mortgagee.
, Dated Honolulu, June 19th, 1880. ' ' --r jul9 46
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
VOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN THATfeUR
X 'I suant to a power of sale contained in a certain deed of
mortgage dated Nov. 2 2d, 1878, made between John Kanui (k)
of the one part and A. J. Cartwright of the other part, aad.re
porded In Liber 67, pages 268 and 269, the said A. J. Cart,
wrlght intends to foreclose said mortgage, and after the time
limited by law, to cause the mortgaged property to be soldat
public auction in Honolulu, for a breach of the conditions con
tained on said mortgage deed. " .. .
Said mortgaged property being situated at Kaneone, Island
of Oahu, arat being described In Royal Patent No. 1376.
Dated 6th day of June, A. D. 1880.
, -1. A.J. CARTWRIGHT.
RICH'D F. B1CKERTON, Att'y for Mortgagee. ju6 4
Administrators Sale of Real Estate.
mjOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ITV
1 DEtt an order of the Supreme Court, made in the EstateJ
of Inchun. deceased, I shall sell at Ponlio Auction on. 8 At UK-1
uai.su i.x id, issu, at 140'ciorl. nooo, of that 'day, at the
Court House door, in the city of Honolulu, at an upset price of
$1,500, all the right title and interest of tiie said Inchun, of In
and to those certain pieces or parcels of land altuateMn KA
UALUU, Koolaupokot Oahu,. and more fully described In
Royal Patent, No. 2,1'!, Koleana Helu 10,934, Issued to Will,
as follows , - '
A PAN A 1, IO LOI. E hoomaka ana ma ke kibl
akau a e bolo aoa be 32, hi 138 pauku; e pill ana I ko allL bk
83, hi 140 paukBH e plrl ana I ko alii, he , hi 64 pauku; e plli
ana ko Ke .we, ak 79, he 63 pauku; e pill ana ko Keawe, he 11,
hi 122 paukus e pill ana I ko Hono. he TO. ko 171 ninkut - ,.111
ana I ko Kuaotr. ak 20. ko 80 naiiVii: e nil! tm I v K..ani ha
70, ko 384 pauku; e plli ana 1 ko Kuaole, he 28, ko 283. pauku;
yui ana 1 so rvoncmiti, ne bo, Hi 200 paukure pili ana 1 ko
""""'" , m oj pauau ma se Kanawal t ke kihi mua
ij esa." v
araSA 5S. PA-HALE. kE hoomaka ana-ma ke
ami nema. ax it, bt 40 paaku; e pili aoa me ko ke Konohik
aa zv, ko .J20 pauku; e pili ana me ke kabawai, he 84, ko Te
r.u.u, t yiii bus me ko ae ivonnn'.Ki, ne oi, rrV 34U pauku;
pili ana me Ko Loko i ke kihl mua, i eka."
For further particulars, inquire of
. A.'H. LOO NGAWK. Administrator, or
ju!9 3t CECIL BROWN, Attorney at Law.
.Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TIIATJim
suant to a power of axle contained in a certain mortgage
."o 'vj uy 01 uciuoer, 10.0, maae ana executed by
Isaac C Davis and L. K. Davis, his wife, to Frank Spencer.
.nil nt ell, r..... tn . V. , a. . . , ... .- . I
.j , 1 1 iuc Bt(pi-roi conveyances,
..vuuiuiii. iu uuerii on naires iz-ft. iiamtui lisnr m u.
ous records', for lhe purpose of securing tbe sum of Ara hun.
dred and "fifty dollars, with interest, an.1 for . hh r.r .k.
wuu.vwu. i iu mortgage ohm, 1 win, alter the time limited
oy taw, proceed to sell at public auction all aud singular the
' in aaui moniraffe oeen (Ipsa, ...... ...
oi""m i taiu conditions. uniens the principal and interest
.o ,ou or urtore caiuraay, me n lb ay or July next.
The real estate described to said mortmain, Hmi . r.,i :n..,.t-
.0 irc pum, l'juiii is 01 one unuivmea utntr. nart ni 1 h. a 1,
r u.'..i,.i,... w.,z:' '.z :.rr : ""'"--
" . . aimea. eoutn tvobaia. island of Ha
waii, salt Ahutjtiaa containing an area of 95.000 acres, and
"5M.TO1 iu nujai raieni no. 0071, u u. u fjueu
'.: rKANH ePENCER.
By W. C. JONES, his Attorn
Honolulu, June 26th, 1S80.
. Ja26 3t
of mortgage, dated Sept. 6th. 1876, made between Joint Kaili
Papa (k) of the one part, and Ann Schooley of the other part.
Echooley intends to foreclose said mortgage, 'and after th
. VVw.uwu iu Vtf. lII UdlfCa .) .1 W It fill .VJ IhA .astifl A m n
time limited by law. to caase the nnrluitrfui nrnnMt. n K
l.l t,i:- .... - . u
. - ... - v uwu v, MIC VUB
ditions contained ia said mortgage deed.
8aid mortgaged property being situated at Waiahole Koo.
laupoko, Island of Oahu.
' u . . aufciuu. in nnnn ii n t.v r.r u
fated otb day of June, A. D. 1880.
RICH'D F. BICKERTOS, Atfy. tSHtSSt'it
NO. 80 FORT STREET,
Importer and Dealer
Gents, Ladies, Misses and Children's "
BOOTS and SHOES,
Has jost returned from San Francisco Willi siri-knlr f
flhoes and Roots, and invite all to examine, iuiu n...
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage..
W"'"'' is lltKEBl GIVEN' TH
' pursuant 10 a Dower ol sale nnti wd in u.t
obtain by trading with Ui.
a . . t
1 ladies fine white skkt with raffle.... 11 00
6 yds best whits pique 1
Good ostrich feat hers 0
TO VOl'R ADVA S
come and took at our kW
on this stesnier.
Ulark tvnta' bows......
Fine crepe ie lers..
All ool black cashmere.........
A yds of the hear innfhains
PUin colored ladies' hose ,
Lot of infanta' shoes, per pr
lAdiea' linen collars. 4r .........
Five dollar sent hits
. . . .
Children's lace bibs
tilk veiling, all colors . ...
3-tmtiiui kil gloves. .............
41 u l.in kid gloves "..
6 button kid tloves.......
I Warranted to wear).
6 yd good Canton flannel.......
The best ladies' merino vesis.....
Ladies' princess Jackets
goo.l goo.ls at the lowest possible prices, call upw US, for ws
la tbe place- for you to Trade.
' p 4
O T JE3L 151 tSt .
TWO GOOD BLACKSMITHS,
APPLY AT THE . ' "
. myI6 , .. .
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MANUFACTURED FROM THE BEST
and purest iiinterials. terf-ctly harmless and healtky,
a refreshing and colinv drink. .rwlllv In a.lm rJ fownr. .
No. 13. Liliha street, Honolulu. Orders may be snt C. O. D. '
VIM iU 1 1 rilBl VU4LC OI'A IOU. f
nonoium, January 17, 1880. w
"Big Collar ".Harness Sbop
. H A TrTMZ R ,
8U KING STREET
PRACTICAL HARfiESS UAKEfl I
Fine Single &NDouble Buggy Ilarnef?,
Concofd and Mule Harness ' "
Plantation Harness , of all sorts, .
lading Brjales, 8afidlei & Whips,
Currycombs, BrushVs,"8addle Cloths, '
, And every neoeasarf tof stable use at
BEDROCK' PmtfcS for CASH
ICT 'Repairing wf every description Uon In tfis best possible
manner, with tkw best materials, at lowest work mew's rales.
All Work Guaranteed or Exchanged
t&r '''"Look for the "Big (hilar" -t w'
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W aler Colors: -also. Cntrm .nH U' . -. . -..v.- - .,. y '. h
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and sail ' f I
Berei.a- ' ,
iv.ma oca miuf enisrgea. I'rtses reasonable
faction gauranleed. fctudlo and Residence, No. 80
TO PLASTERERS & BUlLDrns
. Good Ii-eteli Ilo.ii. IA',. .V
FIT FOR PLASTER ER'S USE. FOR SALSff .
in quantities toimt, and at reasonable rates. ' ; t
P.O. BOX 49. BCOUUACaAV - T. ' '' j!
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Per City of Madrid," 1
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Steam Candy Factory
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Dugareo in ualls and Balled, Real butted
Urops and Fresh Creams mads ev
Candies manufactured at my 'calablish-j
guarsnteea to be strictly t
lure, and soil at fan
Francisco Prices. f
PURE GERMAN RYE DR
No. 71 Hotel street, between Nuuanu and
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A HOUSE AND LOT IN kau
or particulars, inquire of
PAINTS AND OIL ! ' -
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o. Paint Oil, boiled and raw A '
3 , t f
' week. ' ' . 1
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