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... r.r. A Vmlklnbur,'. F.-re-t (J'iffu
and Martha Ktdront rvtna t keep thtutr
to relieve the market -f su? rr-'
Tbe iu...min . N have br- t nw
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r-t-t.bl.f.-'nrr.f fllM's.'... wtdl- the e,r
for the umf t.roe tawN-.o-nly a.71;Mf.
Haw bn Pum '
Tbe will be
till in tbe nana i
barf where she na discharged all l.er c
rrancisco aad will load bak with dip.t.
T Am bktne Ella. H at Brewer Co a
- h .n.ir and rice lor Saa I rancisoo.
w . . i i i -11 i . rirffo I r 'in rij
vhar(?ed all Ler cargo
Irancisoo, IT wfcirn Fen
VkS? I.a' KSiW. ..T.v;l frora .an
. al.nl le .be Orv of Madrid.
e: e?.v r::,n,rf.-; r.
banrinff Inrul-er. , .f .
Tbe Am bk F-.rs.-t Vu--n i at P M
oa a reneral rarvo .
.v v.rtha Kid-oct arrived
Pt To'wbVi June Tbe new a. h..ner Clio, built
J Hail Bros at P-rt I.ndL.w. wa mi. . e-f ully lannrbe I
r.r.ren. and will l-.d on the JV.nnd fur !-.n I rat.
where be will 1 btteU out a- a Lanier f.r tbe
n.lwl b Inland trade. Ait".
is Il-Piaea ch VituI. Ca-k-j. 10 hour, fro?
11 Am bic ore.t yuo. W iwl mj. IS day fro' F
li-P M 8 H Cty or Sydney lN-art,m. 7 dV- h"ur
! from San Franciaco
i n-Am bk Caaoden. Cutl-r, 21 da. fr-m P'-rt oaml.Ie
li-m bktne Jane A faUinbarj. liabbart. 1- iayt
from pan Frannio . ,
t 16-Am bk Martha BMm, Wicket. 2. afr. m
' 14-Am bktne Ca'.berioe Pad lo, Batr. 13 diy fr-m
ttHf 11 1 I It
.y Hro f k J-nny Pitt. Sietrt, for Port Gamble
1 P JI f City of Sydney, Learborn. for hdm-y
13 Am ch Mrtb Toft, John.n, f-rpan Fraurisrt
I Am bk T F Whiloa. NickeU. for Koyal Boada
caaela fr Frrijia I'.rl..
nt ahip City of .Nankin. Gla-'gow. doe Aog 5-10
n eh ta uirnnde, llanib.ldt, for Kahalui
it bk K C Wylie, Bremen, doe A off li'20
m ahip enn fcutler, Purt Gamble, doe July 2Z-Za
hi tbip Otnroo. Lirerpool, due Hept 2-30
a bk M )bilaa. New York, doe Not 1-5
jj bk llaTeat Home. Ieprtore Bay, doe July 15-W
oi th Cawie Hayward, Humboldt
a bktne Di?oery, Sao FrancUcu. due July iiJv
m arh W H Myer. Sao rtanciico, du? July 2A-30
m bktna turtka. Saa francieco, uue juiy n
k Starlight. San FnncUco, due Au 1-5
m fro Compeer. l'lJady, Jaly
Bttnw Almy, eian Franriaco, lue Joly 2S-
aa bKtne J U Spree k lea. Sao Franciaco
m bk Boeaa uta, I'taalady, doe July 25-30 -Jbineae
atni Uo Cbona:, IJongkooir, doe about Joly Zi
SI 9 8 City of New York. Sydney, doe anjU't 2
M r) S Aoatralia. 8aa Franciaco, Aug 7-9
VK"SKIA IN I'OHT
Haw btne Pumare, Trij p
Am aa-h Uooora.
Jaluit bgtne NieoUa
Am bktne Eila, Bmwa
Krit ahip City of Jiadrid, Satan
Haw bk KaUkaoa
Baiatea aca Virnl. Cawley
Am bk Forest Queen, Winding
Am bk Camden. Catler
Am bktne J A Falkinl artr. Hubbard
Am bk Martha Hideout, Wirkberir
Am bktne Catherine Sadden, Bate
From -a Fran. i-H.u. it City id Sydney, July 11 Mr
nuaell, JIrs Menrtlrk. JIim MeMirk. Mrs IC II Hrtwti. Mr
tnd 3Ir Uartlrtt. Mr and Mra (rey and J children, Mr
J Nxnari. J Criwnlnbnr. J C i'fluKtr. M Sj.luk, Mr
nd Mrs Judd. R.dxrt t'ollard. C Fnnieans. W T UriKbaiu.
Vra McLean. Mr llfWM, lr tn.Kr. W II ItoU-, Mr
'fMlhnntt. J V Thiup"D. I F C'arrnter, Dr J Tbuinafi.
I Cartwriht, Mr Fuller. C II Turner, 51 A Fnrlx-. C
'orbe. Mi Furbex, Ue J 31 Anderson. A Ilerbirt.
fr t W Mormw. Mm Ilabylon. Mrs II L ETan. J Spaul
lin. Roljert H wie. Mr and Mm Wy, J T Dunn. T
Cnbinitoii, Jamea EaM, James LeaJ, V.' A rdin.n and
3 Cbineae, a l i.Mwojfr la tranitn.
For Sydney, per City of Sydney, JuIt 1.' II nrv Mever,
B U-'llan.l, Wm Uttne and wife.
From Fannin ir I-dand. rr Vlrid. Jnly U-J T Amu
del, W OrtiK. T Thrum. II IILb.
From San Fran.-i-., i-er J A Falkinburt July H Win
I.ery. Hubert Levy. Henry Nutter. Edward Ulancbard.
Ernest Yonnif, U C Thorpe, Frank Flynn. 11 Sanrbe, F
i'roia San FraD-l.-. Ier For-t Queeu. July 12 Hardy
Inneea. Samnel N'onr-e. John WUIiann.. JoKti'h McOill
and i Chinese,
ForSaa FranclHto. rr Martha W. Tuft, July 13 HuVt
Stewart, Edward Liddell, L Cohen.
For VancoijTera Inland, fer T F Whiton, July 1 I. bn
Coll. John Koabnrtf.
Eeprrt of 8. S. City of Sydney. H. C. Prarborti t-oiuuian-der.
From San Fram-ldco. Jnly tb. Ij ft at 3 i).i p in. di-.-rbarireil
pilot at 6.47 j tii. and arrive.! at 1.4') a W.July 1.'.
1-wO. barlntt on board cabin and 41 teeraie passeuerx.
10 baa mail an.l l'7-4" tons cargo. Weather during
pataae fine nntil Jam of 12th innt. wbtn encountered a
thl'k ten aad topjed nntil 5 o'i'ItK-k, henre Into port totf
Rironr orAntitM Jaji A FaLaissi-Ro. Sailedfroiu
Saa Franriaco. Jnly 1. with wind frura VT.S.XV., next
day wind from V. then from '. to lat. 2. then strum;
trade and fine weather to port, aikted Maui on the 13th
at 6 am. and arrive. I at Honolulu at 6 prn. 12 days from
Abrital it as Faascisco.
Junt 22 Am ach W II Meyer, Jordan, bem-e June I
27 Am bgtne UeaperUn, Winding, from Ililo
?-An bgtne J D ripreckles, Hansen, from Ujio
?J Am tea Bonanza, 31 iller. hence Jane 6
' July 1 Am bktne Eureka, Nordber?, bence Jane 16
1 Ant bk II W A buy. Freeman, hence June 14
Ariitco at Ecreka.
Jane 30 Am tern A P Jordan, Crack, benre Jane 9
Aatirio ar Yictobia, It. C.
June 28 II DM8 Rocket, Orlebar, hence June C
May 3 Lat 2 .N.lon 25 W, Brit tlifp City of Nankin, from
Greenock lor ihi port
Irom ran&Jng Inland. pr Vivid
July 129 ias8
From Port Gamble, per Camden. July 13 ft
dressed lumWr, M.J.i ft ron'b lumber, 100 m shingles.
From San Francisco, per City of Sydney, July 1240
pkxa painta and oiU, 11-.J pkga hardware. Si pkj? clgara
and tobacco, lot dry oo.U, groceries and Klaasware, 3j0
pkRs Cbineu (tooda. 2576 pki,-" machinery, 45 pkgs groce
ries. 1') pkua ll'iuors. 2,'a) pkga vegetable. 230 mats rice,
ZSI pkRs fruit, l-t) aa. ks flonr, lot tuisc mdse 14.1J9 rkg
From Han Franci4-o, per Forest Queen, July 12 120
kga dry Roc.. ilJ i k Erocerita, 172 pkgs hardware.
21 pk?a aewlnkj ma. bines. 3i pks raiuU and oils, lk
pk Uiuors, lot Chineae proTilon, racks potatoes,
13 pkiia furnitnre. liu r w lumber, 4o0 cases coal oil,
2H m bricks. 2i bbU lime, latw sacks flour. 2.V) m shnel.
CI pksra powder. C'i talea hay.
From San Francisco, rr J A FalkinbnrR. July 14 15
t-ka matches, V, pkgs sewing machines, 13 pkjrs tobacco,
larife lot canned goods and Kroceries, 41 bbla aalmon. S2
sacks floor, 50 canes coal oil, 75 boxes sngar cane, -jomj r w
posts. 200 ni shinjtles, lot rarrianea and barness. 177 bales
hay. 6 hogs. 20 cows, 6 bullocks, 1 hore, J mules, lot
Frain and mlitc m.lae.
From Port Blakely, per Martha Rideont. JuIt 1
630.314 ft rotigh lmuber. 114.577 ft dressed lumber. 5
For Sydney, per City of Sydney, July 1350 lg coffee. 20
bfi rice, 9 cases li.juors. Dom value, $ 1043 8S. Foreign val
For San Francisco, per Martha W Toft, Joly 133763 pk;a
miirar. 285 bbla motasaca, 9 cajes pearl sheila. Doru alue
MAR R I ED,
loKBMSTtix HrrrHCoca: In the town of Hilo, Ha
waii, July lt, at the First Foreign Church, bv the Rev.
A. O. Forbea. A. B. LorBEsT:rs. Ej.. to Ella M.,
eldest daughter of Jndge I. U. Hitchcock, of Hilo. No
i ne ranters tnanks are returned for the generous do
nation of cake and In the words of the Great Sleeper,"
may ymi lire long and prosper.
Bkbbt Biro In thla city on the l;th ln.t., bv the
Rev. T. Blackburn, Ma. James Bejuix to Mih Johx.m
1;ld. N'o carda. r San Francisco papers copy.
Clabk In Berkeley. Cal Jane 30th. lsi. of Ptietimocia
.-ith Whooping Cmiifb. Fajhtie Mum. infant daughter
f fChaa. K. and Hat u w. Clark, aged months and 13
Uictaox In thia city, on Sunday afternoon . thf 11th
-oat. Joshca Gnx Dicaaos, a native of Boston. Mas.,
gad years and 11 muntha.
SATURDA y, JULY 17.
Tax insinuation of our neighbor tbe Gazette
tat Sir. Cibaoo a in any way aa attache or wri
er for tbe Advertiser, ia entirely untrue. That
gentleman did not write, dictate or euggeet a line
f editorial matter in our but Saturday's issue
. nd be bas cot for tome time furnished either ar
ele or item tor tbis paper. Mr. Gibson aa well
t other member of tbe Legislature, come to
ia office from time to time to revise proofs of
e proceedings of the Legislature, which privi
. je we are always bappy to accord them.
W expect to see a more even deal of the pick
ir., and sti-penld of the Board cf Health when re-
traded. Tbe bill for medicines of S3.S89.S8
i u. free distribution, (besides $600 for the Ililo dis-i-c.
sary) was net to be sneered at, as a small mono
fx f for any one apothecary shop. Now that there
is o be a new Board, ve hope to see toe purchase of
-sie divided fairly, eo that the recipients of medi
c: i may have a proper assortment or pills, antibili
. -, along with other Tarieties. And some of the
j 1 1, such as paying a visit to the insane, and taking
-i look at lepers, and unfortunates, might be let out to
u : bands. Give tbe Doctors of the Old Board a
rr. from their " thankless task," and look up some
..ers willing to sacrifice themselves for four or five
.noijtnJ a yeir in pickings, See.
Oir Rfri M itovs upiti Mr. Ilnrtwell, tl.e ld
writer of ti e fln-.-fte, in rc-ject t-j his allegi
ance a.l tlit! a!tv. J.rc (-jokcri of as ICiiiTul
oi.il eriujat! ctic,"' and we arc r-cviuiijcnded to
in mourniit;: f'.r f.rt) dijf." We might d
f aj r; riatclr. There arc graver tilings to
in. urn otit 'liaii il.e dej.iirturc of a man's
fi int. A Mirn-ter ol the K5ng, occ an honored
judge, and wIim w.jiil l f.ave remained honored
l.ad ii ? greed h-1 liini int'i politics, which caused
hi- di.-mi-il from office, id something to mourn
over. And when he ren-ieta in a eerie? of mean
ineinuatioiis and iniiends agninst the Sovereign
who honored him, we feel uccnion to rejyeat the
word.- of lai-t w--k with eome addition : " We
stncrtl'i nyr't that a gtntltinan, formir.y
Minister f the King,
and u-ho ha taken the
oath of alUfjianc.
Maj'sty, and to support
the Constitution of Hi- Kingdom, should Ije iden
tified trith the tliscuu'H of a journal ichich dis
loyalty r'jhcts upon . Sni enign, and irhirh are
calculated to injur' lh credit of his adopted
Tuk okatii of Mr. J .hna ('. Dickjn, of this
city, calls fur more than a passsing notice We
know of no citiscn, ii't in public position, whose
d.-ath would have evoked moie general regret or
left eo large a void. Ah u merchant, progressive,
yet not at all s fccuhitivc, his influence was con
servative and healthy. As a man, his prubity
and sterling worth, combined with rare tact and
courtesy, endeared him to all. In this he re
eembled much his brother, the late Major J.
Bates Dickson, (who was an intimate comrade in
nrm3 with O'enl. CarCeld, the republican candi
date for the Presidency of the United States.) The
memory of these two gentlemen will long be re
spected in this community.
Mr. Joshua ti. Dickson was the second son of
Capt. Johua ti. Dickson, long connected with
lbs Atlantic trade. He was born in Boston,
Mass., on the 3rd of August, 1830, and was edu
cated in that city, being a schoolmate of J. W.
Austin, E?-q., and J. F. B. Marshall, Esq., both
of whom are well remembered in this Kingdom.
His father rem ved late in life to Cincinnati,
Obi j, whither Mr. Dickson accompanied him
and served as clerk in the business house of
which his father became a member. On the
death of his father, Mr. Dickson, although not
jet twenty years of age, was asked by the other
members of the firm to take his fathers place,
which proves how early he bad manifested those
traits of character that always won the trust and
re.-pett of thos-- with wlmni be came in contact.
The f anio ol lSoG-7, however, through the fail
ure of many of the correspondents of the house,
caused it to suspend, and Mr. Dickson whose
health was impaired and who was possessed of
an ardent love of the sea and ships, long repress
ed for his pr.rents sake, concluded to come to
these inlands and visit his friend Mr. Jack
son, then Postmaster (icneral of this Kingdom,
lie arrived here in the clipper ship Phantom,
from Boston, in 1850, and after serving for a
short time in the Post Office, entered the count
ing room of the late C. 11. Lewers, with whom he
was afterwards as.-ociated in business, until the
death of the latter, under the firm name of Lewers
&. Dickson. Through all the vicissitudes of busi
ness for nearly twenty years the name of the firm
has stood among the highest for credit and busi
ness integrity in this place. Mr. Dickson, in
18C1, married a daughter of the late lion. G. P.
Judd, who, with four children, survives him.
In 18 CO he was joined in his beautiful Uawaiinn
home by his aged mother, whose characteristics
he so well reflected, by bis eister and two bro
thers, all of whom, except M ijor Dickson, survive
him. About a year since Mr. Dickson left
the islands, accompanied by his wife, to recover
bis health, which it was thought was impaired
by too close attention to business, but it was
soon ascertained that he was afflicted with some
organic trouble, and returned last Fall to
his home. Moet of our leaders will remember
the almost universal (" !ii of gratification with
which the news of hi safe return was hailed.
For the last nine uionti Mr. Dickson bore with
heroic fortitude and uuhiiiing patience the pain
and confinement incident to his disease, sustained
and comforted by the ministrations of bis family
and the untiring attentions of his numerous
friends, till on last sabbath afternoon at half-past
3 o'clock he passed away, and wo can safely say
no manlier soul, or truer spirit bas passed from
our midst through the portals of the better land.
As the funeral cortege entered the cemetery on
Tuesday afternoon last, a part of the Royal band,
under Mr. Bergtr, as a spontaneous tribute of re
spect hi led the air with suit and solemn strains
of sacred music, and the last tributeof respect
wan paia to tne remains oi one of llonolulirs
Minister f the Intcri
ine report oi tue Alioietcr fii Lac Interior, as
presented to the Lcgislatureilows the number
of letters that have passed through the Honolulu
Post Office for the two years ending March 31st,
1880, to have been 4C0.59G, giviog to each per
son of tbe entire population four letters per an
num, or eight letters for the two years, covered
by the report. Tins is a small number compar
ed with the average allotted to each inhabitant
of the United States, where in 1878 it was 18
letters, while in England the average is still
Those who caa recall the pioneer days of 1840
to 1850, when there was no post office here, and
foreign letters and papers were dumped on a
large table in the counting room of the con
signees of the arriving vessel, to be promiscuous
ly over-hauled and carried away by the eager
crowd standing around, and no questions asked ;
when inter-island letters went and came by the
hands of some chance voyager or the captains of
the small schooners then plying among the eight
channels of Hawaii nci, sometimes reaching their
destination, but oftcner never, or who have
watched the growth of our Post Office from its
small beginning in 1850, till now, when the pub
lic letter-carrier passes every country hamlet on
his route at least once a week may well feel a
pride in the change that has taken place. For
this change we are indebted chiefly to the intro
duction of steamers and the establishment of
overland postal routes.
Our inter-island letter rate of two cents was
copied in 1850 from the British eystem, where
one penny carries a letter to any part of the
United Kingdom ; and this small sum not only
iucludes the cost of handling and transportation,
but of its delivery also ; for there is no cottage eo
remote from a British post office, but it is reach
ed and the letter delivered without extra charge
for the delivery. The Euglish people may justly
boast of their postal service as the most perfect
in the world, and one that gives entire satisfac
tion to the people. There is no franking privi
lege, there as there is none here ; and Queen
Victoria etamps her letters as does King Kala
kaca. Our postal system, however, although it
has shown a moderate advance, is in some res
pects falling behind those of other countries.
The British post office owes much of its popu
larity to its perfect system of delivery, for it not
only receives letters, but searches for the person
addressed, wherever be may be, till found. If
he has removed from the place addressed, tbe
letter follows him wherever he may have gone.
An extract from a recent letter written by an
American visiting England will illustrate this :
The post office officials generally iride themselves
upon the prompt and faithful discharge of their duties.
and take expecial pains to nnd nut, if possible, all parties ;
to whom letter are addressed. I have received among I
the Highlands of Scotland a Utter addressed to me at j
Liverpool, it was marked at that office " Not here, try
Manchester." There again. It was marked Try Edin- I
burgh and there it was marked " Try Stirling," where j
it reached me. At Geneva, in Switzerland, I received a i
letter that had followed me about among several English I
towns, to reach me at la.t on the shores of the Lake '
Leinan. In none of these cases had I left any direction '
by which letter could follow me. Once, while in Eug- ;
land, I received a letter that bad only my name and 1
Loudon " a the address."
In Hawaii nci, the American eystem prevails '
in this particular, and letters eometimes lie in j
our city and country poet offices for months :
Honolulu letters being generally advertised once j
but with no further effort on the part of the
poet office officials to have tbe letters reach the
persons addreescd ; and if they have removed to
another island or country, it is seldom tbey re
ceive these letters unless after much delay. The
British practice, if introduced here, would add
value to our post office.
There are other postal innovations in which
not only England, but moet other nations, are far
in advance of us, and which, if adopted by as,
will make the service more popular and useful.
One of these is the postal card the greatest epis
tolary convenience that bas ever been adopted.
The penny postage, introduced forty years ago,
and for inaugurating which Rowland Hill was
kniztitrd, ana received a nttionai eiit ot one
mm ' m --'
hundred thousand dollars, and at bis death, a
lew months since, bis remains were honored by
being dcpot-ited in Westminister Abbey marks
an era in English history, as having revolution
ized its portal eystem ; but the postal card, cost
ing but one cent, bas, wherever introduced,
proved no less beneficial or popular. Although
it is scarcely five years since tbey were first issued
in the United States, the number of cards posted
during the year ending Jane 30, 1879, amounted
222.000.000, bringing to tbe Government a reve
nue of $2,220,000, without interfering with tbe
ordinary letter service or its revenue, both
branches of the service letter and poetal card
increasing at the rate of about ten per cent an
nually. The use of poetal cards bere would prove as
popular as in America and European countries,
and ought no longer to be delayed. They will
serve not only for daily and hourly use among
foreigners, but natives, always quick to adopt a
new idea, will eagerly buy them for brief corres-
Eondence and requests, where now they send ser
ial messages or none at all. At tbe same time,
the revenue of the bureau would be increased,
while the cost of manufacturing and printing tbe
curds is a mere trifle of a few mills each.
More recently, international or foreign poetal
cards have been introduced, which are for foreign
use between different countries belonging to the
Postal Union. The cost of each card is two cents,
with no further charge on delivery, no matter
how many countries it may have passed through
to reach its destination. Tbe United States com
menced the issue of these foreign cards in Janu
ary of the present year. But their use will be
confined chiefly to those countries composing the
Universal Postal Union ; or, if sent to countries
not connected with tbe Union, the cards .are lia
ble to additional postage on delivery.
Waiohixu, Kac, June, 1880.
Dkar P. C. A. War has been declared, the first
battle fought, and this is about how it was, " casus
belli " and all.
Recently, a white individual, of the genus Cali
fornia Tramp and sand lot politician, came up to tbe
village from Naalehu Plantation, got drunk as usual,
fell into the bands of the police, and was duly jailed
and fined. An indignation meeting was at once held
by tbe s ind lotters, and it was unanimously resolved,
then and there, to go to Waiohinu the following
Mondaj night and clean ont the police, so getting
together some rum and things mostly ram, ten of
them went on the war path.
Arriving at Waiohinu at 8 p. m., spoiling for a
fight, they were not long in being accommodated.
Roderick Dhu's whistle never garrisoned bis glen
quicker than the first war whoop brought this usual
ly sleepy little village into sleepless activity.
Every one sailed in all tbe constables, with their
sisters, their cousins and their aunts." " Dire was
Tbe biggest kind of case words were slung about
in the most reckless manner. Oar native Ilawaiian
fellow citizens showed the result of sixty years of
Christian teaching, by swearing as bad as " Our
Army did in Flanders," and proved that the English
are not the only people who sometimes couple their
Creator's name, with the word damn.
In less time than it takes to write it, the sand
lotters were brought to grass, most essentially
thrashed. Five of them escaped, the other five were
so badly whipped tbey couldn't get away, were cap
tured and locked up. Oar provisional Judge, next
morning, thought they had had about S23 worth
each and told tbem bo.
Surprised at getting whipped. teariDg mad at be
ing outsworn, and by kanakas at that, displeased at
being locked up, indignant at being fined, and dis
gusted with things generally, the poor sand lotters
left, minor, cash, bat plus a sore head, and no doubt,
some wiser. Verdict of the community served them
ASSISTED BY THE
EMINENT OPERATIC TENOR
PKigr-r'S. berger and others.
WILL TAKE PLACE AT
Thursday Evening, July 22d, '80
AT 8 O'CLOCK, P. M.
PRICES OF ADMISSION Center of House. $1.00; Gal
leries, $1.00; Under Galleries, 50 Cts; Reserved Seats, 60
Tickets to be had of Messrs. Whitney & Robertson. It
Variety C ombination
Saturday Evening, July 17th,
AT TUB THEATRE.
And also on
Tuesday and Thursday Evening
XT V. Good 33111. .CI
VOICE OR PIANO.
MISS STELLA BICKLE. VOCALIST
and PIANIST, would be pleased at the opportunity to
instruct advanced pupi la or new beginners, in voice culture
or piano. Terms reasonable. Relerences. Address care of
HARRISON & PEDDLER,
BRICK AND STONE MASONS AND CON'.
TRACTORS AND BUILDERS,
King Street, Honolulu, with W. M. Gibbs,
To Undertake all Kinds of Mason Work.
Special attention given to setting Rangea, Bakers Ovens
anJ all kinds of Cooking apparatus. Chimnies, Foundations
anu cisterns ounr, etc., etc.
Plantation Owners and Superintendents would do well to
entrust us with business in our line. We wish the public to
understand that all work done by us is guaranteed to give
satisfaction. jyl7 ly
A. Tramp Abroad
BY MARK TWAIN.
We are ready to receive orders lor the above Book.
jyl7 O WHITNEY tr ROBERRSON.
AROUND THE WORLD
WITH GENERAL GRANT,"
11 y J. RU88KL YOUNG.
A Few Copies of Both Volumes Just
WHITNEY Si. ROBERTSON, Ag.nts.
GBIXD SQriRE nnd I FRIGHT PHXO-M 1KER,
I!. Ilatkftld k Co., Agents f.r the Hawaiian Islands.
The Sydney Mail, Saturday, January 17, 1880,
PIANOFORTES IHJHE EXHIBITION.
In our previous notice of the Pianos in the Exhibition (No.
IV) in connection with those of the German Court, we were
unable to do more than enumerate the exhibits of L. NEU
FELD. of Berlin, and that enumeration was erroneous. Since
writing that notice, the Sydney agents, Messrs. Rabone, Fees
Co., have given as an opportunity of aeeing the Instruments
of which four are exhibited instead of two, as formerly stated.
The First ia a grand of full compass 7i octaves, overstrung
" an acoustical metal frama In agraffes, the action Is perfect
unfailing repetition," AU the modern improvements are ap
plied; the instrument la cased In walnut of fine tone and light
touch, and b eing in addition by far the most pricewortby and
ought to command the moat ready market.
N 2 is an upright cottage grand, with iron frame over
strung, well finished, and cased in a handsome frame in the
Louis Quatorte style. No 3 is an upright cottage, simpler
in tbe exterior, but with substantial metal frame, and all the
evidences of thorough care in tbs internal construction. "Urn.
4 ia an overstrung upright boudoir cottage, of vary agreeable
Having thoroughly examined the workmanship and con
struction, and tested tone and touch, we are able to speak
with confidence on the aterling merits of these instruments,
especially when we compare the prices with those of other ex
hibits. O" Pianos are now on exhibition at the atore of
jyl7 3m I. HACKFELD A- CO.
Me. Editor Sib : I will just say a few words
regarding the public health of this city. It is as
healthful as ever daring the prevalence of tbe trade
winds. But when the calms south and easterly
wind prevail then epidemic commence. The rea
sons are very apparent to my mind. The sea breeze
blows all the effluvia back on the town. When the
late Dr. Judd opened the cemetery to the windward of
- m m . W t- 1 "a. tt a
bis noose it was a mistaKe. xut prooaoiy it was ue
best be could do at that time. 11 is successors need
not have fallen into the eame error. The present
Hon. Chief Justice can no doubt remember bow he
used to be annoyed by the smell of decaying bodies,
when he lived in that vicinity. Now. Sir, the hab
itants of the dead ought not to be in the vicinity of
the living; bat placed to tne westward oi tne cuy
where no efflavia or miasma would blow back on the
town when the southerly and easterly winds prevail.
Now what do von Dronose to do. increase the evil
by draining into and filling np the harbor. Sir, it
will not do, it will increase the evil it bas not an
swered in other countries. Let alone the cost
Therefor I would suesest earth closets in the liquor
block for the present, until tbe streets are straight
ened and widened, then carry the drainage outside
and bevond the reef to the west ot the city. nr.
thermore, the closing np of all the eemetries as soon
.. ..nnw in lh. in.n and to the eastward and
as practicable in the town ana to the (eastward ana
north-east of the City. In conclusion in proof Of
what I say; residents outside of the town and on the
other islands are not afflicted in tne same way.
Yours, &c. A Well Wisher.
a f.l. WHO II AVE SUBSCRIBED OR
A ordered 44 HILL'S BUSINESS MANUAL " from Mr.
McDonnell, can obtain the same by calling on Laine & Co.
a r.f. PERSON'S ARE NOTIFIED NOT
to enter on the lands of KAWAILOA and LAHULU,
in Waialua. Island of Oahu. without the consent of the
undersigned. All dogs found in said lands will be shot; and
all persons having right to pasture animals in said lands shall
deliver them first to tne undersignea. UASt-E.it bila.
Dated. Waialua. July 13, 1880. jy!7 lm
CUBSCRIBKRS TO THE MUSICAL Hall
Fund, who have not paid their first assessment, will con
fer a great favor on the Building uommlttee by making im
mediate payment, as work on the building has commenced
and tbey are in need or lunds.
jyl7 It A. McWAYNK, Treasurer.
TO LET !
DELIGHTFUL COTTAGE, JUST BUILT,
A with walls of hard plaster nnisn, anu free irom annoy
ances of many an old house. It Is a most desirable situation,
on the corner of Wuuanu Avenue and ecnoil street, fi Wel
lington Place. Apply to
jylO lm JOHN TUOS. WATER HOUSE.
AN THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Shareholders of the DEUTSCHEK VEREIN, held on
Wednesday, July 7th, ISS0, the following Officers were
H. A- W1DEM ANN President
JULIUS HOTISG Treasurer
B. ORDENST EIN Secretary
B. ORDENSTEIN, Secretary.
Honolulu, July 8th. 1880. JylO 3t
UTICELY FURNISHED ROOM AT Nw. 30
J- BERETANIA STREET. Also stabling for horse.
A CENTRALLY LOCATED HOUSE.
3L Apply to my29 tf) A. McWAYNK.
STSTET SALT HIDES. SHEEP AND GOAT
w Skins, for which the highest Cash Price will be paid.
V. U. BUA 1U. lit, till MiW AX,
jy3 Proprietor Honolulu Tannery, Kobololoa.
aOALIFORNIA AND AUSTRALIAN Half.
y Breed Merino Rams. Apply to.H. N. GREEN WELL.
fona, Hawaii. my 29 8t
TROTTING STALLION KINO WILLIAM
WILL STAND FOR A FEW
mares, at reasonable figures, up to August 1st.
for rurther particulars, apply at tbe
Corner Fort and Hotel streets.
SALE OP SUGAR ESTATE.
TV AN ORDER OF COURT, HON. C.
JLJ C. HARRIS, Chief Justice, presiding, tbe Executors of
tbe Estate of Alexander Hutchinson, deceased, will sell at
Public Auction to tbe highest bidden, at the front door of
A liiolanl Hale, in Honolulu, at 12 o'clock noon, on Saturday,
July 31st, the Mill. Real Estate and leases comprising
the Naalehu Sugar Plantation.
Immediately after this sale the personal property of the
Estate will be offered.
For full particular of sale, apply to John S. Walker at the
office of Irwin & Co.
JOHN S. WALKER.
JOSEPH O. CARTER.
Executors of the Estate of Alex- Hutchinson, deceased.
Honolulu, July 2nd, 1880. jy3 4t
CLEARING OUT SALE
On Port Strdet,
FOR ONE MONTH ONtY,
ME E WELL SELECTED STOCK,
Consisting of a FINE LINK of
Of all Descriptions, too numerous to mention.
Ladies' and Childrens Hosiery,
Ladles' White Sacks,
Childrens Fine Pique,
Marseille and Lawn Dresses,
Ladles' and Childrens Fine Trimmed Hats,
Ladies' and Childrens Fine Shoes,
Slippers and Sandals.
Gents' & Youths' Fine Clothing,
FIVE UI11TF. AND COLO BED
SHIRTS Ull FliniMIIMi GOODS,
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
GENTS' & YOUTHS'
FELT and STRAW HATS.
A FINE LINE OF
These Goods were selected by S. M AGMN
BOUGHT for CASH
At a DUronnt. therefore they will be sold at
Bed Toclc Prices !
Althongb Goods have rises la Prlee,
bit we will
Sell Without Reserve.
XT The Public will banefit themaelvea by giving me a
PAINTS AND OIL,
JUST RECEIVED! ATLANTIC LEAD,
in Packagea of 1 Pound to 60 Pounds in tin can and
wood. Also. Paint Oil, boiled and raw. For Sale by
marl 3 30 BOLLKS a CO.
MY ABSENCE FROM THIS
M. P. ROBINSON has full power to act for
me in all matters of business. My shop will be in charge of
James Moore who is authorized to receipt for quarterly Mils
dueme. J ijylO lm) v.?:?!"-
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PRO
visions of the law in relation to Labor Contracts, 1 have
appointed MR. F. WCNDENBERG to act as my deputy dur
ing my temporary aloence from this city.
CHARLES T. GULICK,
Agent to take acknowledgments to Contracta lor Labor in the
District of Koua, Oahn. jylO 8t
A RARE CB1.VCE.
rW LET A STORE ON QUEEN ST..
M well adapted for the sale ol tobacco and cigars, with a
coffee accommodation. No other stand on the wharf better
adapted. Apply to
jylOlm JOHN T. WATER HOUSE.
nrtHB SALE OF THE
Ji. KANAINA. deceased, advertised to take place ON
SATURDAY, April 3d, 18S0, IS HEREBY POST
PONED. Due public notice will be given when said aale
will take place.
W. C. PARKE.
Administrator Estate of C. Kanaina.
Honolulu, March 27th, 1880. mar27 if
A LL. PERSONS ARE HEREBY WARNED
gt Snooti or Catching Wild CattIe or Horsea on
tne premiiw known as Kaupakuea, Makahanaloa and Pepee-
keo, District of Hilo, Island of Ha wall, from and after this date.
Hilo, Hawaii, May 7th, 1880. myS 6ra
ALL CHANGES IN BUSINESS OR RESI
dence, to secure insertion in the Uawaliaa Sta
tistical Directory nnd Toiirfaia Guide, should
be addressed to GEORGE BOWSER,
tny29 P. O. Box 176, Honolulu.
GRANT ROBERTSON BEG TO AN
nounce that they have disposed of their stock and good
will of the business, and that their store will be closed for
Stock-taking after this day SATURDAY, July 17th. It
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
THAT DESIRABLE PIECE OF
Property situate in Nuuanu Avenue, opposite S- t
the residences of John U. Paty. Esq.. and B. F. L
Bolles, Esq., and having a frontage on the Avenue of about
200 feet. Title perfect.
For further particulars inquire of
jy3 6t CECIL BROWN.
A BOOK-KEEPER. ACQUAINTED WITH
the German language, for a Plantation, Apply to
jy3 4t F. A. SCHAEFER fc CO.
WHO HAVE NOT COM.
A LL THOSE
plied with the
Military Law. and deserters fn m tbe
Army, Navy and Mercantile Marine are hereby summoned to
present themselves at the French Consulate at Honolulu, to
maka their submission and avail themselves of tbe General
Amnesty accorded by the Law of 16th March, 18S0.
Honolulu, June 28th. 1880.
jy3 The Acting Commissioner for France.
TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE.
NDER INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE
MINISTER OF FINANCE. I hereby notify all TAX
PAYERS in the District ot Honolulu, that where claim ia
made for deduction of debt, a schedule of the debts, and to
whom due, must be filled with me, and made part of the
If the Assessment List is not returned to me, on or before
September 1st, 1880, 1 shall proceed to make tbe same accord
ing to law. C. H. JUDD,
Tax Assessor for Honolulu.
Honolulu, July 14th, 1880. jy!7 7t
Notice of Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
ravine UU-PAKTNEKSIilP HERETOFORE EX-
M. istin between J. S. Walker. Z. S. Solading and Wm. G.
Irwin, under the firm name of WM. G. IRWIN & Co.. is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. All liabilities will be as-
sained and Indebtedness collected
alone is authorized to sign the firm
by Win. G. Irwin, who
name in settlement of its
J. S. WALKER,
Z S. SPALDING,
WM. G. IRWIN.
Honolulu, II. I., July 1st, 1S80.
Notice of Partnership.
CLAUS SP RECK ELS nnd WM. G. IR
WIN have thia day formed a Co-Partnership for the
purpose of carrying on business as Sugar Factors and Commis
sion Agents, under tbe firm name of WM. G. IRWIN & CO.
Mr Claus Spreckels' liability in the firm is limited to the
sum of One Hundred Thousand Dollars.
Signed CLAUS SPECK ELS,
Signed WM. G. IRWIN.
Honolulu, July 1. 1880. j3
FOR SALE OR TO LET !
THAT VERY DESIRABLE RESIDENCE
on Judd Street, adjoining the spacioas premises of tbe
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. SEA VIEW, UNSURPASSED.
Government water is about to be laid on. There is on the lot
a dwelling house, containing sitting room, dining room and four
bed -room a; a two story kitehen, with servants' rooms above;
bath house, carriage house and other out-houses Also, a
stream of water running through the lot. Title perfect. For
particulars, apply to CECIL BROWN,
mys tf Kaabunianu Street.
Fisher's Champagne Cider.
"ANUFACTURED FROM THE BEST
and purest materials, perfectly harmless and healthy.
a reiresning anu cooling anna, especially in cases of lever; at
No. 13. LIUha street, Honolulu. Orders may be sent C. O. D.
through Post Office bVx 180.
Honolulu, January 17, 1880. apU7-ly-3m
DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR, HONOLULU.
e It Ke-ine !( red thut on the 2dlh IImv
of May. A. D. 1880. OEORGK BOWSER of Honolulu.
Island of Oahu, in accordance with Section 3 of an Act "To
encourage learning in this Kingdom, by securing the Copies
of Charts and Rpoks to the Authors and Proprietors of such
Copies," approved on the 31st of December. A. D. 1864. hss
deposited in this Olllce the title of his Book.
Bowsers Illustrated Atlas of the Islands of Oahu. Maui.
Hawaii, Molokai, Kauai and Lanai, with views of the princi
ple Towns, ramie Buildings, Kesidences, Plantations, c.
Arc , sc. The rights of which be claims as Owner and Pro
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and
caused the seal ol the Interior Department to be
amxed at Honolulu, this 25th nay of May,
A IS. 1SSU.
SAM'L G. WILDER,
my29 3m Minister of Interior.
Tobacco & Cigarettes
AT IIOLLISTER'S jylO tf
ANY ONE HAVING SODA OR SIPHON
13 O T T I I &
In their possession, and not in use. will confer a favor
return ing them, or giving information, so that we
may ob tain them.
HOL LISTER & CO.
ot i o e
S. H0FFNUNG & CO., Sydney
BritisL Continental l American Merchanflise
MANUFACTURERS OF THE
SAMPLES OF STOCK ON VIEW AT THE HAWAIIAN
HOTEL, FOR ONE MONTH.
jylOlm E. N. MARKS, Representative.
TWO GOOD BLACKSMITHS,
At PLY AT THE
C!R. Grl JrfcTZ,
NO. SO FORT STREET,
Importer and Dealer
Gents, Ladies, Misses and Children's
BOOTS and SHOES,
Haa just returned from San Francisco with a large stock of
Shoes and Boots, and invite ail to examine. juiw am
Per City of Madrid,
Per City of Nankin.
Per R. C. Wylie.
HACKFELD & CO.
(my 22 3m
rm mm f"I U HUH I! II
.. Jta- 23? Avil JL JL lk2L
44 FORT STREET.
IMPORTER & DEALER IN
Meriden Quadruple Plated Ware, Glassware,
King's Combination spectacles at eye masses,
Brackets, Vases, Lustral Wire Ware,
Fancy Soap. Picture Frames,
Wostenholm's Pocket Knives,
Scissors, ristols. Powder, snot at Ammunition,
Clark's Spool Cotton. Machine Oil,
All Kinds of Machine Needles !
" DOMESTIC" PAPER FASHIONS.
SOLE AGENT FOR THE UNIVERSALLY
LIGHT RUNNING DOMESTIC
myM'80 SEWING MACHINE. My
MEY a KOBIRTSOt
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Ex Late Arrivals, and Keep on Hand
Legal, Fools Cap,
Utter, Note, Bill,
Drawing, Press Copy.
Tissue, and Music Paper,
Wedding, and Mourning
Water Bowls, Copying Brushes, Pen Backs, Dividers, Paper and Pocket aiJ
Ruline and Dotting Pens, Lead Pencils, Pens and Holders, Playing and ori
Visiting Cards, Check Protectors, Cash Boxes, Paper Weights,
Letter Scales, Twine, Tracing Cloth, American and
Hawaiian Flaps. Flat Round and
A Fine Assortment of Ledgers, Journals, Itccor
CASH AND DAY BOOKS,
Dlemorandam, Pass, Index,
Time, Berelpt, Xote,
Our Stock of Letter and Invoice
ALSO, A 8PLENDID LOT OF
Iottei Copying- Presses,
XT BESIDES NUMEROUS OTHER ARTICLES
Done at the Most
THE BOOM OVERLi
The Daily Increase in the Price of
DRY GOODS, GENTS'
FANCY GOODS, GENTS' HATS AND CAPS,
El I 3 IL
Is at length over, and we have taken advantage of the lull in the market and purchas C
accordingly. The assortment is complete in everv resnect. We will mere'.v C-
quote but a few prices in
JJAKiiAliNS you will
10 yda best calico $1 00
lOyls fine cotton 1 00
10 yds brown sheeting 1 00
1 full pee mosquito net 1 00
MILLINERY AT HALF
COOD3 received on Ihis steamer.
Fancy silk ribbon, from 8c up.
Gents' white undershirts
Gents' half hose..
Ladies' Balbriggan hose
3 pr fine white hose
Ladies', misses' and children's gloves,
from 12 c up.
Ladies' sun hats
Gents' colored shirts
Gents' linen suits
Worsted, only 20c per ot.
Children's hand knit jackets
Lsce tidies, from
All colors of worsted fringes, per yd. . .
Ladies' silk ties...
Good ladies' chemises....... ........
Children's school bats
XT We will add lin conclusion I hat Jf you wish to purchase
re positive ihRt the CALIFORNIA ONE PRICE
See Anuouiioo to
Have Opened in the
NOS. 409 AND
Thanking the Public for Their
Years, we Would
6 Yonng, Thoroughbred
Can be seen at the
Hawaiian Hotel Stables,
By applying to MR. THOMAS McCLELLAND.
tne attention or
Planters and Ranch Owners
Is called to these really fine animals, which will be
Sold at a GREAT BARGAIN.
Catalogues giving Pedigrees will be shown to
Barks Discovery and Eureka,
70 HEAD FINE
20 HEAD SUPERIOR
Driving and Riding Horses,
Which will be offered
F O R SAL E
Immediately on arrival.
XT For particulars, apply to
G. V. MACFARLANE & CO.
Agents for Bowley Bros. jyio
Guardian's Notice to Creditors.
71J-OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL
a. persons having claims aaainst the Eitala nf Jam km
HOAH.E and LULUMOE. bis wife, deceased, to present the
same to the undersigned within six months from the date
hereof, or they will be forever barred and all persons owing
said James lloare are requested to make immediate nav-
ment. a. rosa
Guardian of James lloare, minor child nf said James lioare
and Lolumoe, dec sed.
Honolulu, July 2d, 1880. I. 3 41
ASSORTMENT OF STATIONER!
Gammed and Shipping- Ti.i
Pencil and Ink Erasers
'elt" d Invoiot Files I i
sianmogaod Han t iatl
and Drawing BotiU, it4
Copying Books Will be Hard to Bea'nc
A FIRST-CLASS STATIONERY 8T0RE.J
I EI E R Y !
each department, showing you the
i i ' , . .
obtain by trading with US.
1 ladles' fine white skirt with ruffle.. ..$1 0(1
0 yds best white pique 00
Good ostrich feathers o&
S TO YOUR ADVA
tage to come and look at our .N
Black gents' bows
Fine crepe de lees.
aii wool black cashmere ,
0 yds of tbe bear ginghams
Plain colored ladies' t oae.......
IOt of infants' shoes, per pr
Ladies' linen collars
rive dollar gent hats
Children's lace bibs
Silk veiling, all colors
3- button kid gloves
4- button kid gloves
6-button kid gloves
(Warranted to wear).
5 yds good Canton flannel
The best ladies' merino vests....
Ladies' princess jackets
good goods at (he lowest possible prices, call upon at fur"
BAZAR of ' ' s
la Ibe place for you to7at
tlio 1-cc. tlint Foy
City of San FrancioooJ,
411 FRONT STREET.
Firm Name of
Patronage During the Past ThirterJ
Solicit Their Favors
JOHN BOWLER & CO., u 8
-W -m- til f
I X 1ST,
n , i o f27 11
umameniai cc stucco rlasterers."
Artificial Stone Sidewalks Laid,
Ceraentlor; la all Its Braatheii,
iVhitealar, falsomlnlag aid JiMa?t a
Promptly at tedded to,
Asbestos S leant npe tnd Boiler Coferlnjr, f:-f
Done in the best manner and by experienced workavo.
As to ability to perform work In our tins, we ber to refrr lblftJCS
publie generally to the reaidenees of Hat E. Bam'l O. WlW" Urn.
H. II. Katn Keelikolaoi and Hon. C. H. Judd. t
XT Leave Orders at B. D. Burrow's Planing Mill. Fori st. s, k. i
. ' u.
, li r
"Big Collar n Harness Shop
C . HAMMER,
86 KING STREET
PRACTICAL IIARNE8S MAKER I
Fine Single & Double Buggy Harneis,
Concord and Mule Harness
Plantation Harness of all torts,
Biding Bridles, Saddles & Whifd
Currycombs, Brushes, 8addle Cloths,
And every necessary for atabls use at
BEDROCK PRICES for CASH
XT Repairing of every deacrlntinn Ann. i- k noislbM
manner, with the best material, at lowest workmen's rai
All Work Guaranteed or Exchanged
tS3" Look for the "Big Collar!"
fiAT.TlfftDWTI TjTtttit. ..avtr
a XVAVi HALIIUili .
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