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tKWAl. JAUA HI" 21, 11.
Tbk boisterous weatter of the past week. has been fol
low by a dead calm, which baa detayeJ In mid-channel
many of oursailln drohers bringing the staple from our
Island mill. When we can get, what we may hop for
shortly, aotne teady, clear an.l miUly brrrzy " tra.Ie
weather, our merchant wJ shippers exiect to be jrrati
fled with generooa Instalment from the new crop.
The achr Julia Lnn waa soM jest rJsy at aJmlni-tra-tor'e
aoctlon for IIA"), to John F Colburn. a fair price,
considering the repair required. Tbia Teasel 1 to be
employed in bringing cattle from Kawaihae t Oahu.
The O T Haendel la now 132 days out from Bremen; and
M lha haa the Kamehameha Statue on board, a go.xl deal
of Intereat 1 felt in her appearance. As the Statue is in
sored for flSjOOO. the work could be rradily duplicated in
csm of disaster.
Whilst there is some complaint of tightness in our
money market, it Is Interesting- to note assurances of
great financial nJ abundance abroad; and in this
rpact w. quote from the New Bedford Mercury. receiT-
ed by last mall: .
-Money U so plenty and so cheap at London that the
British Government Is reported to be seriously thinking
of refunding IU 3 per cent, consols at 254 per cent. Wtu.
H Vanderbuilt is credited with bavin borrowed freely
la London at 3 per cent, using hi per cent. Inited
Btate bond as collateral. The abundance .f money and
tho low rates at London are uaturally turning the atten
of Brttifb capital to American railroad Inve-tiurnta and
peculations, and several of the prominent railroad
stocks hare been or aoa will b placed on the London
stuck eichanga list a well as on the list at New York."
Tha value of th exp-,rta for the wetk past amount to
Tha Marshal will aell Uvday at the front d.r of Alii
olant Hale, all th right, title and Interest of H J B Mc
Cool, in a dwelling house and lot of land, situate at the
corner of Pcosacola and PUkol street.
Mr W V Wilcox, will at the same place and time sell
th freehold lands belonging to the estate of Kalalke
waha. deceased, late of Waialua. These land are sitn
at at Kaaneuul. Waialua. on this island. Lll, con
tain 5M acre ; lot 2. 3.SJ acre ; lot 3. ld.35 acres ; lot 4.
JH acre Kalo land ; lot 5. 3.C1 acres Kalo land; lot 6. 25$
acre graalng land; lot 7.97 acres grazing laud; lot 8,
20.88 acre can land; lot 9.70.10 acre Kalo land, nd
Iwl 10, 5-43 acre Kalo land.
1 it ip r i o t ks.
The ch Claua SpreckeU arrived at Kahului, Jannary,
14th. 17 day from fan Francisco.
Th Eosarto arrived at Kahului. January 1-th. U daya
from San i ranclaco. ... . . ,
Th bk Kalakaua 1 off the Fish Market and all ready
to sail for th Coast Captain Jink expect to leave on
or befor tha 25th instant. . ...
Tho bktn discovery 1 off the Esplanade waiting for
"tL W H Meyer Is at Brewer &' Wharf loaded; she
aall Monday fur the Coast. ...
Th Hermine aall toiay for Hongkong. She has been
delayed on account of adverse winds, and the captain
declining to pay $ W for towage. Kather heavy rates for
a small vessel like the Hermine. and as lightly loaded.
Th litti achr Pearl make her initial trip to Koolau
Tha achr Jnlia A Long ha been sold to Mr John
Colburn. and will bo commanded by Captain Keynolds,
In inter ialandtrad. Beynolda always feels Idle, if not
POUT Or HOIJOIsTJIsTJ. H. I.
Jan 1ft Htmr Likslik. from Windward Tort.
18 Hchr Nettle Merrill, from Lahaina.
la Hchr Uenl btegel. from Waialua.
17 Am tern Compeer, from Fort liamble
l'j p af 8 S City of Sydney, from the Colonies
1 Schr Liholibo. from Honuapo
1 i M sisotaoal from Ilanamaula
Jan 13 Brig J D SpreckeU. fur San Francisco.
13 achr WaioU lor Paauhan
IS Schr Knlamann. for Kohalalele
17 Htmr C R Bbop, lor Kauai.
17 uur Lehea, tor alaui and Moiokai
11 Hlmw Mokotii. fur Koolau
IT Hchr Oen Eiegel. i Waialua
17 eWbr Jenny for Kauai
IT Achr Marion tor Kukuihaele
It 8 tar Likelike. for Wind war J Ports
It Stair Kilauea lioa. I Kahului
IS tca Nettle Merrill. tr Lahaina
p Oer Htmr Quints, for Hongkong
ao P UH8 City of Sydney, for San Francisco
2 Brig Storm Bird, for Jalult
21 Hunt Waimanalo, for Koolau
31 Oer bk Hermine. for Hongkong
'il Hchr Mana. for Kuan
21 Behr Manaokawai, lor Hanamaal.
21 Achr Fauahi, lor lUmakua
Veasele for llatawlwlsi frwsts Fvrriga I'wrts.
Br bk Viola, Liverpool loading Aug 1
(tee bk Kale, Bremen loading Aug
Ur bk i ' H-eniiel, sailed from Bremen, Aug 21
ass Mteaaa Whaler Betvldere
Ilaw bgtne Pomare. Tripp. South Sea Island
liaw bk Atlanta. HolU. Bremen
Chinese stair Meifoo. Cunntnuham. Ilonckong. due
Am bk Lizzie Marshall. Ieblrr. Port Blakely. due
VESSELS IN FORT.
Hchr Julia A Long. Gllley
Hen Sarah Ann. Johnson
Bark Lixile Iredale. -
fhr W U Meyer.
from Llverxiool. per Llle- Iredale. Jan 14 E Hoff-
shlaessr Jt Co. 20 blea bags; W C Hprxl. 5 bbls ale; J O
Tucker. 14 cs, 3 bis mdse; O W Macfsrlsne A Co, 3 pes
machine; U tiall a: Hon. 1 ca iron. Diiis wire, iu ,'
nuta, 3 csas cnains, IJ rs naruware. i ram inn
Jan Nott A Co. 43 cs iron. H5 cs tin plates,
i-JO bdls tube. 13 sheets Wa.1, II bd'a buckets. 1 pkg
irunwar: Castla A Cooke. 61 pkgs machinery; W t
Irwin A Co. 2 cs mds: T H Dsvles. -Jt". pkK niachinery.
3U3S flsh vlates. 161i rails. 19 bags bolt. l'JO ltls cement,
33S) slates. 15 m bricks. 1 cm oil cloth. '2? ackasalt;
Order 10 cs mdse. 171 tons coal. 8 bale nulse. I pkg ssru-
Dlss: T C Smith. 1 rs effects ; R A Mscne. 2 bdls and 2 cs
Iron. 3 rs effects; afacfsrlane A Co, 1 rse show cards; K
MeKibbto. 11 eak and 13 ca drugs; J T w aterhouse. K7 ca
glass: 19V ck cement. 14 balea blankets, 4 rs pencsps,
CS hat. 141 pot. 3 cs and 2 bale twine. 10 bale bait.
3 ca try cycle. 44 crate and 14 cks earthenware, 20 cs
Epsom aaita. 20 ca blue. 2tf c saddlery. 10 bale and 1
cs carpet. 43 drum coal oil. lo drums and JO csk oil
and paints. 1 crate and 2 baia backets. 2U rs plate. 50
c and 121 bdl gal sheet. 20 ra bathbtick. so lulls wire.
IS drama staples S cks shot. 10 sheets lead. 4 cks lamps
100 es.candle. 16 ck tiles. 2JO ska salt, in kss nails. 75
tuba. bdis tubes, 1M c aoap, cs branay, ana in
pkg aaaorted sum.
From Port Blakely. per Lizxie Marshall, Jan 17
490.K14 ft lumber to Allen A Eobinson.
From Port Townsend. per Compeer, Jan 13 11613 I
lumber. m pickets, 226,70 shinglea to Hackfeld A Co.
From Sydney and Auckland, per City of Sydney, Jan
Hackfeld A Co, 67 ca butter, 4 ca and 43 pkg rope
Order, AO ca gin. S Vks brandy, 4 ca confectionery;
Cleg born A Co. 1 ca maae, to ska oats; Order, 20 rs Iron,
23 c brandy, in transit. 2113 pkgs.
For 8a Francisco, per J D Spreckels. Jan 17 705.443
lha) sugar. 2U41 lbs tallow. 41 hides. ftO.ftXJ 11m rice. I JO
bneba banana. Do in value, 44,872.72. For value.
14. Transitu 1 12.000.
For Hongkong, per Qulnta, Jan 1 J 24 ton Iron, etc..
3 ca cigar. For value, $9tf4.
For Jalult, per Storm Bird. Jan 19 ICO cs bread. 3 bgs
pots toes. 62 kgs and 60 bg rice. 24 c tobacco, 2 bbls
beef, 6 bbi pork, and sundry small stores. 6 sheep, 1
bullock, l or vain, f lili.4 J. Horn value, 5J.
For Hong Kong, per Hermine. Jan 2i 302 tons salt.
1344 lb fungus. 14 pkg Ssb. 2 bbls beef . 2 iron pans, 78
water caka. 33 pkg metal. Don value, 1'SJO. For value.
For San Francisco, per City of Sydney, Jsn 20 -97.8o7
lb wool. 447.672 lb augar, ldUO goat skins. 77.11 lbs coffee.
36 pkg b lea vs. 1113 bnth bananas. 1 csa rbauipsnr, 1
cs pictures, fiuo value. $41. 4u!.2U. For value. $lii.
Report of th 8 8 City of Sydney. U C Dearborn. Com
mander. Left Sydney at 3:52 p m. December 3utb. luO
arrived at Auckland M a m. January 4th. and left for
Hsnoruhl at 7 :10 p m. aamo dsy. Arrived at Honolulu
January 19th. at 3 JO p m. Experienced strong head
Winds th entire passage. J . hut osbes. J a.. Purser.
For flan Francisco, per J V Sprecksl. January 15th J
J Moylaa, Battelie, Jno Brown and two Chinamen.
From Windward Porta, per Likelike. Jan. ICth H R H
Kekaulik. B Macauley. O Cohn. Miss H Severance. F
Hlnclalr and wife. Mis E Osy, J Bowler. W II lloliues. It
R Vida and wife. T U Da vies. W U Lnc. Miss Tisdale.
O H WllUama. C Bailey. W II Cornwell. J C KirkwooU. J
Caldwall. W F friar. Capt D Taylor. F L Leslie. K U
lYor San Francisco, per City of Sydney, January 20th
Hi MaJutt t Kj.oo. Lord Chamberlain C II Judil. His
Ex W H Armstrong. Dr O M Smith and wife. II B Uc Ken
si. Mr Wilder, four children and servant. Mis Lamb.
T A sawyer. K W J anion, wife, three children and ser
vant, K C Weston, C F Eastman. Mrs J M Smith. S
llagnin. C Ellis, Joaquin Perreira, wife and child.
O E Barber. W T Jones, W N Foster. C B Psttersou.
T Hoffroa. T GulUford. Mrs T C ftrob. W C Hughes.
K Lather. 8 M Wood. T Flavsll. O How ley. T Burcell. T
Fox, C Frsesnost, T W Dtuem. T Walsb. ai.d four Chinese.
For Jalult. par Storm Bird. Jannary 13th O F Benson.
Wl and child.
For Hongkong, par Quints, January 19th Mr II Ami
and two children, eighteen Chinese.
Jot Hongkong, per Hermine, January 2 th W T Payne.
From Livsrpool. par Lizzie Iredale. Jsn 14 Carl
Heuta. Guatar Bendarf, Hugo Echlovald. L Bates, A
A us h id. H Hermonsen, F Lelhofeke, M Lnhofskl, T
- Brown. 8 Bbarmixaa, J Johnson, C Parfenauria. P Barozl.
J Ball. J Pirsoaki. t Copper. A Cutun. J Patrick, P
Lwr. Y Btonel. M Lubof skL .
Tnu Aaskland and Sydney, per City of Sydney. Jan
19 P Mslg. L. Ouiberx. Dr C B Chalmers. Sir Arthur
etephner. It Whitehead. O Duval, A 8 McCnllum. J Mar
tla. H Masd.
From Maul and Moiokai. per Lehna. Jan 21 Col
Jf orris. Mr Palko, Dr Neilson, Father Damien, and 33
dscl passengers, 1 leper.
Wrrtiars-LTcrrr in tnis city. Jannary utli. 1SSI.
si tba Roman Catholic Cathedral, by Her Father Her-
UO, llf MICH ttt Ui lilLllI, ciuni
lUiihier of Mr Jamas Lycett, all of Honolulu. Sydney
papers pleas copy.
" j 7 BIRTHS.
ii lap pais. Hawaii, January 7th. 1881, to the wife of
vf athlUy.an717tl'totbw1feof A- Mtrk-
laQiUcity, JanaaVT "ifc JoPb Morl
SATURDA Y. JANUARY 22, 1831.
We have already expressed our unqualifi-
ed satisfaction at the appointment by ITis
Maiestv of his fcister Her Royal mgune&s,
the Princess Liliuokalani as Regent of the
Kingdom during his absence. e now
publish Her Royal Highness's address to
the Hawaiian people on assuming the reins
of Government. Most heartily do we on
our own prt respond to it and equally
heartily we call on all Hawaiian of what
ever race to support the Princess Regent in
the unwonted task that haa ralleii to ner,
4 in the advancement of a common welfare
and the maintenance of the independence
of our beloved land."
We sincerely hope that prompt attention
will bo rriven tn thp recent proclamations
and notices issued by the Board of Health,
on the subject of vaccination. The respon
sibility of parents, whose infant children
are not yet vaccinated, is, in this matter,
very serious. Through their carelessness,
laziness, or wilfulness, they may leave their
helpless little ones defenceless against one
of the most horrible, and most infectious of
diseases, and In the end, the deaths of these
children may lie at their doors. For those
whom this solemn responsibility is not
sufficient to render attentive to the duty of
vaccination, the law provides the goad of
Ienalties. The duties of parents, in respect
of vaccination, are laid carefully down in
Sections 311 and 312, of the Civil Code, and
Section 316 provides for those who " refuse
or neglect to comply with the provisions of
the law " a fine of five dollars rrivinir half
the fine to the informer. If there has been
any carelessness in the past, in the enforce
ment or this Jaw, it is certain that Dublin
opinion will tolerate none now. The Board
oi iiealtn has performed the duties imposed
Ujkjii it. Duly qualified vaccinating officers
have been appointed for every district in
the Kingdom, and an ample supply of relia
ble vaccine lymph has been obtained. If
any child should remain unvaccinated, it
will not be because this rnans of protection
against the dreaded smallpox has not been
brought within reach of that child's pa
rents, or legal custodians. If all that has
been done by the Board if the terrible res
ponsibility for their childrens' safety, which
rests on parents if the very instinct of self
preservation be not sufficiently powerful
incentives to obey the law, then the ordin
ary police methods for enforcing the law
will have to be resorted to. It will indeed
be a thing much to be regretted if coercion
has to be substituted for invitation, if the
ample arrangements made for rendering
vaccination available and easy to all, have
to be supplemented by measures which will
bring the informer's hateful office into
play. But however much there may be to
regret in a recourse to coercive measures,
any laxity will hereafter hare to be much
more painfully regretted, should an out
break of smallpox demonstrate that infant
vaccination has been neglected.
More Small-pox ox the Qcista Thia vessel
left behind seven deserters, from her crew, and her
captain did not care to wait for them, as they tell
bad atory about her. They etate that one China
passenger died on the 2ud inst.. a second one on the
3rd. a third on the Cth, and a fourth one on the 9th
inst., and all were evidently cases of small-pox.
The first two deceased parties were brought to this
port in boxes, and were afloat awhile. Now the
Qainla arrived on the 12th and her passengers were
taken to quarantine, examined by Dr. Hutchinson
and discharged on the 13th, and on the 19th, or
about 14 days since the last case onboard, a dis
eased Chinaman was discovered, and pronounoed a
small-pox case by Dr. Hoffmann; he was afterwards
examined by Dr. Hutchinson and pronounced
doubtful, probably a cutaneous eruption; but subse
quently eximined by Drs McKibbin and Hutchin
sod, an J declared to be an unquestionable case of small
pox. One of the deserters asserts that the first case of
smallpox on board appeared on the 25th December
she left C to ton on the 18th December. He handled
the corpses, which be says were rotten with small
pox, and took all the four out of their bunks, and
was provided with a bottle of brandy whilst en
gaged on the job.
What a prospect this presents another 600 Chi
nese, more or less infected with the smallpox, spread
over the group. We understand that one of the
charterers of the abip is here, and somebody ought
to suffer for such work, as thrusting a fatal epidem
ic into the country.
Jantabt Session, 1881.
IMore His Honor the Chief Jastici
Cbas. C. Harris, Esq.
Friday. Jascart 14th. Andrew Welch vs
Thomas Ppeocer. Assumpsit. This suit was for a
sum claimed by Welch under an agreement The
document had not been sigoed by the partners bat
by their respective attorneys, the late firm of Green,
Macfarlane & to. acting in that capacity for Capt.
Spencer. An important point in the case was
whether the authority conveyed by the power of
attorney enableu tne persons signing the deed to
make an arrangement of this character binding on
their principals. The Court over-ruled several ob
jections raised by Mr. Davidson, who appeared as
counsel the lor defense. Uefore the jury retired. Mr.
Davidson excepted to His Honor's summing up, 1st,
beoause he bad said that the powers of attorney were
both sufficient to convey authority to make the
disputed agreement ; 2nd. because he instructed the
jury to find a verdict for S 10,000 and 81,800 in
terest ; 2rd. because be bad laid it down that tbe
agreement bound Spencer to ship all augur to San
i rancisco, aod therefore to Welch, so that by certain
shipments to Portland he broke that agreement. Tbe
jury brought in a verdict for the plaintiff for
4729-00. to wbicb Mr. Davidson at once excepted as
beine aeainst both tbe law and the evidence. Mr.
Hatch appeared for the plaintiffs.
Saturdat, Jascary 15th. E. A. M. Giles ts
Henry Giles. The parties were married on June 5th,
1879. and Giles is cow libeled for failure to provide
tbe necessaries of life. Mr. Bickerton appeared for
tbe libellant. The case was heard, and judgment
Keahiwela (w) ts Kailinlaula. This case bad been
been continued from October term to give Kailinlaula
woo was accused -of desertion, an opportunity 01 an
awering tbe charge. A letter from him was now
produced in which be excused bimsslf for tbe deser
tion on tbe ground that he was now livine with
another woman, by whom be had had five children.
The divorce was granted, and an order was made
against tbe respondent for $20 cost, to be paid with
in one week.
Kauki (w) fs Puhi. The erounds alleeed fos seek-
iog divorce were extreme and continued cruelty."
Mr. Holokahiki appeared for tbe libellant, who failed
to establish the truth of her charges against Puhi,
who declared himself very much attached to her and
anxious that she should return to him. In th
course of the evidence, Kauki acknowledged that she
bad already bad tnree nusoands, and that she meant
to have another if she could get rid of this one. HU
Honor ordered her to return home with Puhi. but at
first she absolutely refused. However matters wera
eventually made smooth and the record now is
" reconciled in Court" Mr. J. L. Kaalukon ap-
peareu lor l oau
Kahoki (w) ts Makai (k). In this case.which was
beard on the 8th inst, the Court refused divorce.
Makai was charged with desertion, but the ev.dence
in support of the charge was not satisfactory. Tbe
parties have been man and wife for 32 years.
Moxdat, Jascart 17th. Joseph Merrill ts Sarah
Chapman Weed. Tbe complainants, for whom
Mr. Benj. Austen appeared, are Joseph Merrill, N.
- ... rt vra as 11
complainants say that MerrrlU was " of unsound
mind" when be made his will and pray that it may
be declared null and void. Tbe case was paruy
heard and adjourned to 12 noon on
Tcesdat, Jascary 18th, when the hearing was
Wedsesday, Jaxcary 18tb. The Merrill case
. . 1 T 1 . nnA,All
was conciuuea. juugmeui was itwnw.
CIVIL CASES. FOB EI ON JURIES.
Monday. Jaxtjary 20th. James Maguire ts The
Union Fire and Marine Insurance Company of New
Zealand. This was a claim in respect of tne
Eueenia M. Briztrs." which vessel was allowed to
go ashore at Huelo, Maui, last June. She was in
sured with the above named company, by a policy
running from December Ctb, 1879 to June Cth. 1880,
and in the Swiss Lloyds by an annual policy. The
evidence for tbe plaintiff was to the effect that when
abandoned tbe evening before her stranding, sbe was
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mil oi waier, lusi me wiuu was iruiu mo ii.
or thereabouts, with a rouch sea and that under such
circumstances tbe abandonment was justifiable. Tbe
cargo she carried was lumber and railway iron. For
the defense Mr. Preston submitted that the Cth of
June, the day of tbe abandonment was not included
. . i
in tbe terms oi tne policy. Mr. uartweii iu iepiy
contended that tbe custom of the country made the
policy run till noon on tbe Ctu. and that the legal
authorities on the subject justify the construction
that it ran till midnight. Mr. Preston claimed that
if the custom referred to exists it should be proved
and even if it were so, tbe crew did not leave the
ship till the evening of tbe Ctb. It was claimed that
the American rule should apply to this case, but the
Court was of the opinion tbat as tnedetenciams were
a British company the English rule must apply. Mr.
Walker cava evidence as to the policy on the vessel
and stated that be had ordered her to be sold for the
benefit of whom it might concern. She only brought
some trifling sum. On tbe motion of Mr. Preston,
the Court reserved the point as to whether the sixth
was included in the policy. The case was then sent
to the jury who after twenty minutes deliberation,
returned a verdict for the plaintiff, from which three
of their number dissented. Mr. Preston immediate
ly excepted to the verdict as against both law and
L. G. Sresovich vs M. Mclnerny. Assumpsit. Iu
this ease the Court havinz been advised tbat the
accounts between these parties extend over a period
of five years, and that they involve disputed items of
almost monthly and perhaps more frequent occur
rence directed (by virtue of Section 1131 of the Civil
Code) that these accounts be referred to three
Referees ; the plaintiff and defendant each to name
one and the Court nominating Mr. R. F. Bickerton
as the third.
Alee and Chong Fook vs Anan and Chock Chung.
Au ejectment case. The title in dispute was a lease
bold one. After tbe evidence bad been taken Mr.
Davidson for the defendants moved for a nonsuit,
but the Court ruled that after having joined issue
and introduced evidence before the jury be could not
do so. to which ruline Mr. Davidson excepted.
Before the case went to the iury Mr. Hartwell for
plaintiffs submitted that tbe only remedy which
defendants had. if they were wronged, was to bring
a Bill in Equity or to bring a suit for damages for
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tne lauure to give a new lease. ioe jury uruugui iu
a verdict for the plaintiffs with $85 damages. Mr.
Davidson excepted to the verdict as against the law
and the evidence.
We are not responsible for opinions expressed by cor
respondents, our columns being open to all for the dis
cussion of public affairs from every point of view.
Correspondents will please observe that all letters
must be authenticated by the names of the writers, not
necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good
To the Editor of the Pacific Commercial Advertiser.
Sir : So much has already been written on East
Indian Immigration tbat a letter from the Minister
of Foreign Affairs to the diplomatic and consular
corps on the same threadbare subject takes one by
surprise. Our rulers have really waked up from
their (simulated ?) nap.rubbed their sleepy eyes, and
disclosed facts which rie pnblio has known all about
for years past One fact they themselves only seem
to have recently discovered ; namely " that to obtain
British Indian laborers, special arrangement with
Great Britian would be necessary." Does any one
forget that the gentleman now filling the office of
Minister of tbe Interior was entrusted with the execu
tion of that self-same measure years ago, and that be
failed to accomplish it, although every facility was
afforded for its completion 7
To judge by a very half hearted and uncertain
sound one.of the objects aimed at by Ministers is
"to obtain a few thousand East Indians with their
wives and families ... to remain in the country'
and " become Hawaiian subjects." Is it possible
Ministers expect the British Government will order
East Indians to become Hawaiian subjects? If they do
they may make up their minds to abandon 6uch a
hope. Those people are free ; not chattel property or
slaves to be disposed of by tbe stroke of pen. If they
choose to become Hawaiian subjects no impediment will
probably be thrown iu their way, but no compulsion
will be used or permitted. The inducement must
come from HawaaiL " They must first be convinced
that their own interests will be advanced, their t on
sent may then be bad. The whole paragraph from
which these words are taken leads one to believe that
Ministers are not more in earnest now than ou the
memorable occasion above alluded to.
There is nothing reassuring in turning to the
Board of Immigration. One of the judges of the
Supreme Court who has uniformly opposed the en
deavors of those interested in introducing East
Indians, being still a member of that Executive
Board, although the Constitution decrees that the
Executive and Judicial Power shall always be pre
served distinct. One would imagine that a regard
for decency, if not principle, would dictate to that
judge the impropriety of filling the two offices, the
jaJicial with its salary, tbe executive with its
power to influence, perhaps control, the destinies
of tbe country and tbe fortunes of individuals ; but
as he clings to both, he must in his executive capa
city be subject to criticism which does not redound to
Fortunately for the country His Majesty the King,
has taken the preliminaries of East Indian immigra
tion personally in hand. May he succeed in arrang
ing them. If the cost be now greatly enhanced, tax
payers mast thank those persons who have been tbe
means of imposing tbe additional burden. Whatever
may be said as to the propriety or otherwise, of a
judge of tbe Supreme Court filling an executive
office, no complaint can be made that the Sovereign
in undertaking this business is acting unconstitu
The P. M. S. S. " City of Sydney." has brought
us news from the outer world to 4th inst. that being
the date at which she lett Auckland.
The interest of European news still centres in
Ireland and Greece. In Ireland matters appear to erow
daily more serious. A patrol of soldiers bad been
attacked in Cork, and the state of things throughout
the country was such, that all tbe meetings tbat
were to have taken place on Saturday and Sunday,
1st and 2nd January, were prohibited by the Gov
ernment. A flying column of troops was traversing
tbe country to prevent anyat tempts that might be
made at drilling in the night The trial of the Land
Leaguers at Dublio, which commenced on the 28th
ult.. was opened by the Irish Attorney-General in a
speech for the prosecution, which occupied four
days. The speech was based on tbe charges against
tbe leaguers cuieny on ineir utterances at different
meetings throughout the country. The trial excites in
tense interest and the court was densely crcwdedday
after day. Tbe Times, in a leading article wbicb
appeared on New Year's day, announced that the
Irish Land Bill which the Government proposes to
ntroduce. will supplement ana repair tbe defects in
tbe Act of 1870. No new principles of land legis
lation are embodied in the measure, a fact which
renders it unlikely that it will be of any avail to
quiet an agitation which has acquired revolutionary
The rectification of tbe Greek frontier will appar
ently not be peaceably accomplished. The Greeks
have been arming, because, as the Prime Minister,
M. Coumoundurous, as reported in the Timet corres
pondence, announced to tbe Chambers in Athens
' We have the decision oi me ureal rowers, ana it
is our duty to cary it into execution." The King
has declared to the Legislature that be will have
80.000 men ready in spring. Tbe Powers who are
parties to tbe Treaty of Berlin, desire to re-arbitrate
on tbe question, and tbe latest news is that Greece
Merrill, William Fatten Alerrill, UDea i. wernu,
Susan Patten, Rufus Patten. Emmeline Eunice J
Howe, Mary Jane Merrill, James Merrill. John .
Merrill and Edward Merrill the heirs of tbe late
Constant F. Merrill of Honolulu. Sarah Chapman
Weed claims to hold a certain piece of land formerly
tbe property of the said Constant F. Merrill, by
:-r,o f a will made in her favor by the latter. The
has positively refused such ' a reference. In the
meantime Turkish troops to the number of 100,000
are being massed on the border and active prepara
tions are beiog made for expected hostilities.
The news from the Cape of Good Hope is not hope
ful. The Basuto insurgents have been beaten, and
only a desultory guerrilla warfare is now going on
in that direction. But the revolt of the Transvaal
"Rnera w a. more serious matter, and the colonists are
reported have asked the Imperial government for
assistance, xhe latest intelligence io uauu,
that the Boers had abandoned the Utrecht garrison.
The garrisons at Stardcslin and Wakkerstroom were
strongly entrenched ana wen suppueu.
bodies of troops were marching to the front from
Natal. Previous to that news had been received of a
disaster to British troops in the Transvaal. News
had been received from bcadouarters that a detach
ment of 250 men of the 94th Regiment, marching to
Pretoria, were attacked by a large number of Boers,
and almost crushed ; 60 officeis and 120 men were
killed or wounded, and tbe remainder were taken
prisoners. -Tne colors 6ff he regiment were, however,
saved. News bad also been received that tbe Boers
at Potchefstroom murdered five Englishmen who
were residing in tbe town, and as soon as tbe infor
mation of the outrage reached headquarters a battery
of artillery was despatched and shelled tbe place.
The enemy were completely driven out, and over 100
were killed by tbe guns.
From Australia we learn that the Premiers of the
various Colonies, had arranged for the pioposed
Intercolonial Conference of Delegates, to meet on the
The troublesome chief, Te Whiti, had been inter
viewed by Captain Knollys, the aide-de-camp of tbe
new Governor of New Zealand, Sir Arthur Gordon.
The Governor sent a letter ollerlng to meet Te
Whiti. The latter replied in his usual enigmatical
style, the potato is cooked green." Exactly oppo
site interpretations had been given of this sentence,
but the general interpretation was tbat it meant
that Te Whiti considered it about time to " throw up
.The announcement that the Viceroy of India
desired to be relieved has been contradicted.
A etatue of Minorva by Phidias has been dis
covered during the excavations which are being
made under Dr. Schliemann's direction at Athens.
Serious bush fires have occurred in South Aus
tralia, accompanied by great loss of life and pro
perty. In one place, a woman and her live
daughters and a son were burnt to death. ,
Tuhi, the Maori who murdered Miss Dobie has
been hanged. A singular circumstance occurred
in connection with thisnffiir. Tuhi asserts that
.it was drink that caused the mad impulse under
which he committed the murder, and belore bis
execution, . wrote a letter to the Governor of New
Zealand praying that as he was to die, spirits
should die also. The following is the text of the
letter : " I have heard that I am to be put to
death on Wednesday, and I am willing to die on
that day, but I have a word to say to you. As
I am to die, let spirits die also. Do not loavo
any of its kind in the world. Let it be destroyed
from the face of this earth, lest it should remain
to cause trouble to man. Man should then be
answerable for his own troubles. ' If it was des
troyed it would be well. Man would then seek
his own troubles. Then it would be well ; there
would be no cause for trouble. That is all from
The revenue of Great Britain for tbe last quar
ter of 1880 shows an increase of $5,000,000 over
that of the same period in 1879.
Experiments with the sugar beet have proved
very successful in New Zealand.
Tho Pope has written a letter in which he
counsels tbe Irish clergy and people to separate
themselves entering from revolutionary acts.
The President of the Swiss Confederation, who
had been but quite recently elected to his posi
tion, committed suicide in the Btreets of Berne on
tho 27th ult.
It is rumored that a German fleet will visit the
Pacific during this year, starting about March.
The Hon. Mr. Boer, Attorney-General of
Queensland, committed suicide on board the
Kotorua during her last passage from Sydney to
Auckland. lie placed the muzzle of a gun load
ed with a charge of duck-shot under his chin and
discharged tbe piece, causing instant death.
A ship named the Juno, from America, with a
cargo of arms, has been seized off the mouth of
the river Shannon, on the West Coast of Ireland,
where, it is presumed, her cargo was to be land
ed. The capture was effected without difficulty,
but the occurrence has caused a great excite
ment in the district around the Shannon.
The death of" George Eliot, the well-known
authoress, took place on the 22nd December. -
South Sea Island News.
A Patent Slip (Marine Railway,) is about to
be erected at Levuka.
II. M. S. Alert arrived at Levuka on the 14th
Dec. from Tonga. At first, as tbe ship approached
the port, it was generally surmised it was a ship
of war from New Zealand, with his Excellency
the Governor, and all was bustle and confusion.
Bunting was recklessly hoisted, school children
prepared, and the various members of the public
bodies rushing about in dismay to find their
addresses, when, all at once, it dawned upon the
mistaken community that they had been inno
cently but thoroughly sold."
The missionary barque " John Williams" has
arrived at Sydney from Samoa. . The war was
still raging in Samoa when she left, with little
prospect of cessation, unless the English, German,
and American Consuls interfere. In the other
islands the chiefs had ceased fighting but were
watching each other. Malietoa, the King, is
dead. His successor is endeavoring to bring
about a reconciliation, but with little success.
It is believed tbat united action of tbe Consuls
will prevent further bloodshed.
40 Solomon Islanders engaged on one of tbe
German cotton plantations, on Samoa, took to
tbe bush, and were so hard pressed with hunger
that they seized a boy who had fled with them,
and tied him up, and had a portion of him mapped
off by running a knife more than skin deep along
the favorite joints. A wild pig appeared, and
they left the boy and rushed after tbe pig. Tho
boy was discovered in an exhausted state by
The steamer Genie, of the Marquis De Kay's
expedition, arrived at Sydney on the 27th Dec.
The Captain reports that, on tltc India's arrival.
New Ireland will be resolved upon as the Bite of
the new colony, at Port Breton, at the south-west
end of New Ireland. No time will be lost in
getting the combined crews and settlers to clear
the lands, cultivating, building houses, &c. Five
houses are completed. One building was removed
trom lakitaki to tne new settlement. The build
ings are distributed over about two miles and the
colonists are comfortable, and working vigorously
They comprise two classes one connected with
the Marquis de Ray's company, and tho others
free settlers. There are two harbors half a-milo
apart, named English Cove and Irish Cove
There is anchorage in deep water, and a splendid
stream oi iresn water runs into eacu harbor.
The formation of roads is proceeding steadily
one to the Tikatiki district, a distance of five
miles. The captain of the Genie states that he
spent several hours in tnree streams navigable
lor steam launches, and went up seven miles on
tbe shortest one. The colonists are in good
health, and are contented with tbe prospects of
The chiefs of Rotumah have made a request to
the Government of Fiji, tbat the Island should
a- a a "-
De annexeu oy tbe Uritisn to riji.
The new Church on Norfolk Island was conse
crated on .November 7tb.' Quite a company of
clergy went aown on tbe mission scoooncr "south
ern Cross," to be present on the occasion. . The
schooner took forty-seven visitors in all. Tbe
church wbicb is erected as a memorial of Bishop
I'atieson, is ouilt ot stone, it nas some oeautilul
stained glass windows; the gift of the Vicountess
Downe. The floor of the apse and tbe aisle of
the church, are - laid with Devonshire marble,
presented by friends.. Tbe font is of tbe same
material and of great beauty. This was presca-
tea oy rsisnop itteson s sisters ana. pear rela
tives. Miss Yonge the author of the " Life of
.BisDop t-at tenon, gave tne organ ana a Bum in
aid of tho building fund. "
A devoted old servant of tbe Bonapartes haa
just died in his Vaudois home.; M. Tbelin was
a Switzer, born In the Vaud, and first entered
the service of the Napoleonides as coachman to
the Empress Josephine He was afterwards in
tbe household of Queen Ilortense, and attached
himscK to the fortunes of the young Louis Narxi-
j leon.' lie followed the latter to Strasburg, after
wards accompanied nim-to America, ana never
left bis side.
A LL ADVERTISEMENTS NOT ORDERED
-a oat of the columns oi the 1'ACIFIC COMMERCIAL
ADVERTISER before the 30ih day of August, 1880, accounts
of which have been usually remleieJ quarterly or yearly, are
payabletothe PACIFIC COMMERCIAL AD
VERTISER CO. O.VLl'. Billa lor the amounts due
will shortly be rendered, and payments should be made to the
F. II. Ii AYSELDEN, Agent P. C. A. Co.
V Mr ovr executing Job Priuljnjr work,
at exceedingly ow rntee. Oar steam fuel I
itiea rnabM ua to print 1 OO neat Viaiiiug
Card for 91. oO, former price, 42.50.
lOOO neat Bill H ! for 45. OO. former
SO Foter for from 2.30 to 45.00, former
prices, f.2.50 to 9.00 ; and otbrr jobs si
HORSES .41 BUGGIES TO IET !
ON REASONABLE TERMS.
Also, for Sale, Imported Horses, Buggies,
Harnesses and "Whips,
AT WILLIAM LEVY'S PONY STABLES,
ON KING STREET.
FANCY, FAST AND GENTLE HORSES !
Notice of Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
rSHK CO-PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
M. existing between Joaquin Fereira & Henry Viera. under
the firm name of Perelra & Viera, is this day dissolved by
mutual consent. All liabilities will be assumed and indebted
ness collected by Henry Viera.
Honolulu, Janusry 1st. 1881. j2J 41
MR. XV, Li. G REE V AND MR. II. MAC
FARLAN K will act for me, and my firm, under a joint
power of attorney, during my temporary absence from this
G. W. MACFARLANE.
Honolulu, January 17ih, 1881.'
MR. V. IRISHMAN IS AUTHORIZED TO
sign our firm name, by procuration, from this date.
G. W. MACFARLANE
Honolulu, January 17th, 1881 ja23.
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM THIS
Kingdom, my wile, Mrs. S. MAtiNIN, will act fur me
under full power; and she alone is authorised to collect and
receipt for moneys due me.
Honolulu, Jan. 19th, 1381. (ja22) 8. MAGNIN.
-ffc RG AN 1ST OF ST. ANDREWS PRO CA-
vjr THKDRAL. Teacher of Pianoforte and Organ. Resi
dence, bishop's College, Nuuanu Avenue.
rM THE SUGAR MANUFACTURERS OF
m. the Hawaiian Islands. P. Tl'LI.Y would respectfully
offer his services as a SUGAR BOILER, having had
twenty years experience In that capacity in other countries,
and threa in this. He feel competent to fill the position io
any Boiling House in this Kingdom.
Good References i Given if Required
J22 3m - . Address Box 131, Post Office, Honolulu.
Notice of Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
mJOTICE IS HEREBY" GIVEN THAT TUB
IX Co-Partnership between Mrs. L. V, Dickson, (for the
Estate of J. O. Dickson.) H. Lewer and C. M. Cooke, is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. A II debts owing to the late
firm will be collected, and all liabilities will be assumed by our
successors, Messrs. Lewers tz Cooke.
LAURA 1". DICKSON
(For the Estate of J. G. Dickson j
ROBKRT I. EWERS,
C. M. COOKE.
Notice of Change of Co-Partnership.
HAVING PURCHASED THE INTEREST
of the late J. U. tick mod, in the firm of Lewers 4c.
Dickson, notice ia hereby given that K. Lewers and C. M.
(.ooke will continue the business of Dealers iu Lumber and
Building Materials, under the firm name of Lewers 4r Cooke.
C. M. COOKK.
Honolulu, Jan. iBt, 1831,. ja8 4t
THE UNDERSIGNED DESIRE TO IN
foriu the public that he has purchased from Chung Hoy
all the right and title to the Watch Repairing and Jewelry es
tablishment, located at No. 82, Nuuanu street, and tbat he it
now prepared to repair Clocks and Watches in a satisfactory
manner, and at reasonable rates.
All bills due to Chung Hoy must be paid to him and he
alone is responsible for debts of the concern lo this date.
Watches and Clocks which have been left with Chung Hoy to
repair, may ue ODiuineii on application to tbe new proprietor
1,00 UH1T 8AM.
Honolulu, Januiry lath, 18S0. j15
MEMBER OFTHE M EDI C A L COUNCIL,
of Great Britain. - Office, eornerof Fort and Hotel ttts.
over nsners store. jala 8l
H. B. WHITNEY. J. W. B0BBTS0S.
WHITNEY & KOBERTSON,
, ((Successors to H. M. Whitney.) c.
M PORTING AND MANUFACTURING
M. Stationers, News Dealers, Publishers, and Book binders.
Nos. ia ana m merchant Street, Honolulu, IL I. jala ly
T1IIE PUBLIC ARE HEREBY INFORMED
THAT Ching liin is the only authorized Business Aeent
of Yuen Kee & Co., having the power to receipt bills, collect
monies or contract debts lor our urni. V UKN KKK Ii CO.
Honolulu, Jan. 10. 1831. - . jl5 4t
LIST OF ADVERTISED LETTERS
VEMAINING IN THE GENERAL POST-
m n ur ritn. January, 1381.
A mold, J D
Anderson, J F
An tome, J S
Blanchard, M -'
Black, J U 4
Beers, II A
Beaseley, L M
Bartels, F W 3
Barker. F A 2
Brandt, Otto 2
Bird, N J
Boggs. F M
Barton, C C , , ,
Brown, Mrs -
Billings, n 11
Baker, J F .
Courtney, A D
Cottrell, V L ' '
CrowelL J W
Copeland, J F
Campbell. J F
Crane. K D 2
Jolly, James 2
Johnson, H 8 4
Johnson, W II
Johnson, B F
Johnson, O -Johnson,
Mrs L S
Kingley, K G
Lawrence, W II
Lester, Mr ,
Mayhew, K U 2
Mayer, Henry 4
. McDonald, A
' Marren, R W '
Mullis, JJF .
; Morton, J M
Mil lan, Geo
Morgan, J F
McDonnell, W T
Norton, 0 H
O'Riley, Mr ;
O'Brien, J H
Fatterson, C B
Peterson, I B
Proctor. R A 2
Pratt, Miss Harali
Poole, W ii
- Robertson, M . - ,
Rowe, A B
Kothwell, I G
Keed. R A 2
Raymond, W D s
Raymond. F W 2
. Sharp, Mr
Smith, G W
Shea. U C
Souli. Dr M 9
Stevens. O . , '
Slack. Frank i ( .
. Stevens, J O 2
Siders, G C '
Smith, Capt Jake
Smith. J K 2
Shaw, W K
4 rJhiUinger, A A .
" Spencer, Capt Joe
Terry, W S
Totter, J -
Thompson. II C
Thurlow. H .
Thorp, R - J
Thompson. H . .
. Trew, D ,"M 4
Weir, John 2
While, 1 0 2
Wlcke, J H '
Wilson. C B "
Wall, W 8
Wall, C J '
Comstock, Capt Henry
Christie. Jr, J 8
Clarke, Miss Tessie 2
Cuddy, Mrs Delia
Campbell. B R
Cooke, J '
Dodge, G 8 -
Daniels. J M
Dexter, II O 2 . ,
Dobson,MriJ M -
Daigle, J M
Edwards, Frank. . . 7, f ; '
KUwards. K P
Kvtr, J B .'..'..'
Everett. II C
Edwards, J C
French, G L
Flanders, R N 2
Fleming. Miss a! S - ,.
Fuller, U L ; " " i J
Grunwsld, H K 2
Grunwald, II 2
Garrick. W J 4
G arson, O ' ' 1 -
Gould, Baring , . I
Gleason, John : . '
Gsuld, HHrr I ? J
Hsbbard, li F
Hansen. C K
Housiuap, C V 4
Hsrt,c w2';; : ,
Houghton, AH ' -i ''
Wart, C F - -
Hegarty, Mrs Ellay ' '
Ives, Mrs F
Pmrti Min:r!n tnr rttir. in the above Lint, are partial-
larly requested to " Asa run " '
U. ; , A.. P." BBICKWOOP.'f. at. :J
m-w. SOTIPK THERE : LIES A i REGIS
TERED LETTER In the onolulu Post Office, addressed to
Rev. Mr. MACKE.NZH. . J2
WE SUA U COLLECT OU R BILLS MONTH
LY after January 1st, 1681, not quarterly as hereto
fore. BROWN & CO-,
jal lm 1 Merchant street.
LET IU. THE L.IOIIT !
rjMIE II AND-WK1TINC OF THE IIOI..Y
I. Spirit is as plain upon the heavens and upon the earth.
condemning to destruction this wicked Kingdom of dishonest
men, as it was upon the walls of Belshaazar's dining room in the
midst of hi thousand banqueters. MENEM ENETKKEL
UPHARS1N . waa written on the walls which no one of
his guests could understand until his 'Queen sent for Daniel
who told the King, God hath numbered thy Kingdom and fin
ished it; thou art weighed in the balance and art found
wanting, thy Kingdom is given to the Medes and Persians;
that night Belshszzar was slain. Darius then undertook his
Kingdom, when JVX. O". T flfifPI stepped in with
his DUMP MULE WAGONS AND CANE
CARTSi. They are built of the Best Materisl that can be
had in the Kasl, as all my stock is selected by a Special
Agent, and by that means 1 am enabled to do the Good Work
that I do. I wish also to call attention to the fine carriages
that I am turning out.
Beg pardon. I must relate a little iucideut that occurred a
few days ago. One of my HIGHLY FINISHED
CARRIAGES was standiug near tbe Drinking Fountain
on King Street, when a gentleman and ludy were passing by
tod all at once tbe horse took fright and nearly became un
manageable; but the driver got the animal quieted djwu, and
be came in with the same weight he went out with, and saved
takes. But come to investigate the matter, the liorse look
fright from seeing his shadow iu MY HIGHLY FIN
ISHED CARRIAGE that was standing near the
Fountain. 1 also am finishing up some very nice FA M I
LY CARRIAGES AND SOME TOP PILE
TONS, which I shall soon have ready for S'il. Also,
REPAIRING, PAINTING, TRIM M I NG, ami
everything pertaining to CARRIAGE WORK, will be
DONE JUST AS LOW AS IT POSSIBLY CAN
BK, as you all know that I have had NO VISITS TO
THE STATES OR EUROPE; and my low rents
and plain manner of living enables me to come down to the
BED ROCK PRICES.
M. J. ROSE.
Beale and Howard Streets,
t SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA
W.H.TAYLOR, - - - President,
JOS. MOORE, --- Superintendent,
STEAM MACHINERY !
IN ALL ITS BRANCHRti.
ENGINES AND BOILERS,
nigh Pressure r Compound.
STEAM VESSELS of all kinds, built complete with
Hulls of Wood, Iron or Composite.
ORDINARY ENGINES compounded when advisable.
STEAM LAUNCHES, BarRes and Bte.m Tuns con
structed with reference to the Trade In which they are lo
be employed. Speed, tonnage and draft of water guaran
teed. SUGAR MILLS AND SUGAR MAKING
MACHINERY made after tbe most approved plana.
Also, all Boiler Iron Work connected therewith.
WATER PIPE, of Boiler or Sheet Iron, of any sice,
made in suitable lengths for connecting together, or Sheets
K oiled, Punched, and racked lor Shipment, resdy to ue
riveted on the ground.
HYDRAULIC RIVETING. Boiler Work and Wa
ter Pine made by this Establishment, Riveted by Hy
draulic Riveting Machinery, tbat quality of work being
far superior to hand work.
SHIP WO R K . Ship and Steam Capstans, gtesm Winch
es, Air and Circulating Pumps, made after the most ap
HUMPS. Direct Actinc Pumps, for Irrigation or City Wa
ter Works' purposes, built with the celebrated Davy Valve
Motion, superior to any oilier pump. uz 4-ij
AGENTS for Worthington Duplex Steam Pump.
L. W. HOPP,
NO. TS KING STREET.
TBcm Xjot of GoBns
JUST RECEIVED PER J. A. FALKINBERO IN
Imitation of our Native Woods,
Which will be offered
J.t. tlie Lowest Rates.
Funerals Promptly Attended to.
ry Please give me a eall and you will be convinced of my
low tates. p' IF
KEALIA RICE PLANTATION. KAUAI.
ALL PERSONS A It Ha I1KKKUI WAIU
from trespassing upa the grounds belonging to the
KmIul Rice Plantation.. Orders have been given to forcibly elect
any person or persons found upon the said grounds after
p m. of any dayt and said orders will be enforced.
Kealia, Island of Kauai. OcL 6th, 1880.
on 6 3m wis CHLUN ft CO.
IS HEREBY UIVKN 11IAT1UG r lltAI Ur
r. w. Clark Uoo. of Honolulu, haa this 10th day of
January. 1881. been mutually dissolved! and tbs bus) nets will
'T. a . . iVaasy a si ww nii.iii iriarkkf
be carried on by cii as. ii. bnntv at u. a. nussiiisuii,
under the firm name of Clark 4 Co.
V. W. DLAKk,
C. H. CLARK.
Notice of Dissolution of Co-Part nerihip.
r'IIE CO-PA RT.VERSHIP HXRBTOFORK KX
. 1 istintt between J. 8. Walker, Z. 8. tfpalding and Wa O
Irwin, under tbe firm name of WU. O. IB WIN Co-U(
day dissolved by mutual consent. All liabilities W. ;,
samed and Indebtedness coUseied br Vm. O. :. wt.o
alone is authorized to sign tha flrn nam In settli mfi.t -,' .ts
affairs. ; ' ' . . wiu i K,
.i v. l g. UPALMMi,
WM. O. IRYWIt. .
Honolulu, U. IM July 1st. 1880. ,
: . i NOTICE. 0 ;
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TUB
undersigned bss purchased the stock In trade, rood 1 will.
fixtures aod credits of the stores of A hana, situated at KoiH.
and ilanapepe, Islsnd of Kauai, and will carry on th busisy m
at said stores in hia own name; and asks a continuance of tt
good will and custom or the former patrons of Abana.
Dated at Roioa, January 1st. iBSl.
Jal lm-' " ' ' ' .', t a ' . , A POL
ALL ACCOUNTM DUE AND OWING TO
the PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADYKRTI8ER Officann
to and including the 30th day of August, must be settled wkH
J. II. Black only. And all indebtedness up to the tame date
w ill be settled by . , , . i. II. BLACK.
Honolulu, August 30, 1880. se4 If
8. O. ALLS.
tt. r. aoBiaaoa.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
AT ROBINSON'S WHARF. DEALERS IN
LUMBKR aod all kinds of BDILDINU MATKRIAU)
Paicls, Oils, Nails, Ac-, Ac. . .
' ao Bars ros aoBooiBaa ' ' '
j MARY' ELLKN, . .
,. .IJ tAUAHtV''! '
' ' ' i. FAIBi;QTJIINf' ,,,. -, ;
. ... rf - 1 ' CILAMA,
n29) Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. (79
A- W, PEIRCE 6l CO
NO. 40 CIUEE. ST.. II O (l .f Mj, '
HAVE OIsT HAKu
THE LAROKST AND .
MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
ttJAJALS VUUUUtU. J j
Ship & Naval Stores
Other Goods in our Line I
To be found on the fund wlch Islands. a,i,ii,i, .
to which ""unions
We are Constantly Receiving
United States Sd iRurope
WHALING GEAR, ALL KINDS!
Whale RiihIS and Boat Murk,
l'liin and Anchor, all iz';
lleuip and Manilla onlay,)-,
Cotton and Hemp iUrk sin Tirine
Tsr. Pilch and TurviitiUe
hperni Oil. oil,
Polar Oil, K.i oil,
China Nut CM
Bras.s and Galvanized
IVZarinc Hardware t
Mussey's Patent Logs.
AtiTiod Hiirnim irrs,
('hurts. Compasses, Hextanls,
. , North k &utli PariOc DireriorjM
Marine, Ojiera and fpy lilasses, etc.
Yellow Metal Sheathing & Nails I
Beef, Pork und MoIuhncs,
luce. Beans and Code Ar., 4c
Hay, Bran & Oats,
Ground Barley, Ground Oati, etc.
J rind's k PlrTtf's Itumb Gang & Bomb Uute.
Terry Davie' Tain Killer, at.
All of which will be sold at
BV A. W. PEIKC1C 4 tU
CORN UROOMS. COCOA MIT IIKOt'MS
Hickory linx.inn, Wharf Brooms, Katlsn Yard Unman
ror&aleby A W. PKIHCK A CO ,
PAINTS & VARNISH.
LACK VAIIMSII. HKIGIIT VAKMSII,
liamar Varnish, Paint., all colors; Cupper Psint.
rorsaieuy a. W. PklKCK A tU
MKTA 1,-L.INK BLOCKS, PATKNT BLOCKS,
Common Blocks. Ualvanttrd Iron Blocks, llaivi'
Purchase Blocks. For Bale by w
A. Vf. PKIRCE k CU
FOR SAMS !
California Beef; California Pork,
By Late Arrivals. Fur Male Low, by
myl W ly a. W. PUllii;; A CO
JUST RECEIVED j
extra so. i mm mnoi
Barrels and Half Barrels.
FOR SVLJS LOW
J . H . BRUNH',
No. 30 aud JI2 Fort street, Honolulu.
FRESH CALIFORNIA FRUITS,
APPLES, POTATOES & ONIONS
UV.KVKRV STKA MGH.
Corn. Beans and Wheat, Hams, Bacon and huldpr.
Dried aud Canned Fruits, Nuts and rUlsins.
Pugared Klf s, Barbsry ln.
In lotg to suit the Trade & for Family um.
D" AU goods direct from Main House Id 8an Fraiieiics, m
call and examine and compare prices.
Xfxrocala. 33o.storu. Oysjtorsji
BY KVERY 8TKAMEK.
Orders receded for Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Seeds, etc.
Crape Cuttimrs. and Olive Trees from our own Orchstdt s4
Vineyard. Main lloue. Ban Francisoo, Cal. Fruit Csaiiinf
Factory if Packing House for dried and green fruits, fso Js,
V'a i L" ' SRKSciVICH CO.,
M y 2tt queen strert.
rinitfi.E ;ooi stone masons, .-.
M t&perdsy. Apply to C. KA VAN AOH. Builder, uotts
?.rem'lM,.of Judge Uidemsnn, Queen ttreet. Bear lbs rito
Mail Co.'s office. j, u
A iV 4i!XUS P" "IDKS.WKT AND DRf-
Sl t ft fchet'? fcnJ Qo,t klns, for which th Highest Isss
rrice will be paid.
U2'm?X . . IIUC" "ACHAT.
iya-Crn Proprietor Honolulu Tsunery, KoboWoa.
IS.1,,5E!i,lf GVEN TIIATTUHUMDEK
In Busl.'? h"" co-partnershlP In lb. IW
Ing Business, under the firm name of Clark ft Co.
JanuarvltXh ii.i O. H. ROBEKT80K,
January 10th, 1881. (jti6 2t) c H. CLARK.
IILfr,,,A..,,?ER! CIRCUIT JUDGE tmi
lain Katata ttl J u iiiui . . i
On r.l.n. .j ' , ' f iiaika, Maul. arvmmm.
""twill and testament ofj. B. IliKfcT of fisi
FRinI".Ir.mr.fUrt,,,er r,TPn'iblity. It Is orders
ii " . . eruary 191, at 9 a. .. altos
SL"?" ilMlk?. time Li pUb
ereCfIa,r'tiO0'Ud. k that ..y biTf
notiaed u tttiL.Per0"" ,"u'r-, M eatat. ar. brf
notioea to attend. .., .. M . ,,,,
In the Kstate oriiknkiiit mi vu' ..... . . i ...
ch-j oi ivanuiu I. aisui, "
cvaseu. ud readinr and fit m ik. . .. ..
"""r." yaB "i" urpZtb.rto r'la T. U
! - nd teatanivnt nf nvnuoa. .... . ? ' . ..i
j , , -.ivjuiuUi(Mi OfKahuUl. sw.
.'i "liiX,w,,'r"tlen,, .tan,;ury U
u ..' rosaidR. F. Wiltier aa t. ..ii
X J a 0rde,,t,', EU EDA Y7th; r3 TFebrasr
1 -Hi . kt iO a. m.. at ih (m ii . ..." . .
. - vww iu vtauuku be set m w
Uat icy t offered thereto, and allTr?. . L.!?iid
stitte n.: hereby notified lo attend. AbK. FOKNANBKB,
f !il(llit Jsa.lawsa, Oni ... ... ..(if
IN riltMIIKRS CIRCUIT JUDGE
Jad-utl Di,rltl. Hawaiian "
In Uit su.t.T of ta UL'IO IliyiiinianvA ...i na
fradiugattd ti.i:,the petiUon of J... H. j',ev
lUsiabtto, C I:. Beckey, and twentv.thra. m .ners of
tiws - i. the I1UI O IIAMAKUAPoko. Maai.
t 'Sk'gtbat r ,HM1..Miooer. be appololed to divide and
,art to sh .jm of said shareholders hi. doe and prop
?V-lt"MM rM,"1" "towdere MBIUAT
glut fsbreary 1 . I, at 11 noon, at the Coort Boos
M kawaa.k. mshnv Ume and place for h-ar.of tbe saJ
pei'low . arwt an... ),, -t w that may be offered theYeto. AO
L-i'..t ,"L 7" ""imr" re herewith sul Joined.
e-iauy ootir.T.1 nod . to attend, and all others who Bsr
ZrllimTrtt v ,' t0-' . Tne Plltl'rs are, las. M
t.?tZ?, J' i? ,K'?". k (Ou.rdiai, of K-M.sltilU.
U' Me Hobrou, Makaoi. lokens
laa lt r Manaferj Ceo. E Brckwith. !
Alexanj t fi I .:elo,su, Xaij.
A BR FORflANDKK,
, . . , , ,3 Clrcut Jufig, d JsaUelal liistrM.
Itaina. J.i . ?, 1 jl. . 14 wV
Hoti.e of Forecl re of Mortgage.
jtAjoxiCR is mi:rei! Jl VV-Ctiiatpi-
Ll tuanl lo o,. r of s, ' T" 1 dd of
mortgage dated t..e visj w " . saaus biwte
f amuolKalilmc.a of lh. on. p'. . X t)rlwrlght,l
the other part, ai. i reeordi d lu l. t k-:ot 387 aod 888. i
the olllce of the 1. i.yistrsr of Dod.in i.,1( ' ilu. Tbe said
J. Cartwrlght inteu i i.i f ireclose Xu m .it;r .e, and after tbs
time limited by laa. lotiiw. the as; j n Tt.n.d property d"
scribed In said mort g dd, to M.l kt pul.lio auctfcia
B breaeb of the ootxtiu aa eoi.tained'n th said deed. Th
property Is situated m d n..'.i., Jvucm w. Ularwl of Osh
RICHARD . mCKKlTZgr
Pated Honolulu, Janiu'y 1J. " Jl 4t