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The Case of the ' Septima.'
Till L1BIL DimiJSID.
An information bating been laid against the
certain of the steamer Septima" for having
filled t J iktI e the fact" that email pox was
en hij vceeel when he arrived in port and for
mitinz a f.i!-je eutemeot in the health certificate
be jrie, tfie TCfel was taxed on Wednesday bj
the Jl irs-h vl. On behalf of the ship, notice was
given t the (lovernment at once holding them
Imble f-r $i0 per diem demurrage which the
ship w entitled to but could not enforce against
the charterers whilst under seizure. Mr. ilart
well on behalf of Captain Peterson demurred to
the information and the demurrer waa heard
yesterday before Mr. Justice McCulIj eit
tio in Adxniraltj. The proceedings being
Mr. Hartwell addrecd the Court in popport of
the demurrer. He claimed that in accordance with
the Act of lsGti the information should be pre
sented bj the Attorney General or his deputy in
person rot bj counsel ; the official responsibility
u thus xe J. Moreover the information should
be prcf nttd on behalf of the Minister of Finance,
not of the Hawaiian Uovernment because if the
seizure be confirmed the sale is a tatute to be
" for the benefit of the public treasury." He
further objected that the caje was not one for an
Admiralty lourt. would not bo so heard in
England or the United States and was not included
in the statute here, lie claimed that it is not
emah t c!iarj;j that the ship was the
mean of clandestinely introducing the disease.
the f.icis relied on should be plainly avered. The
word " clandestinely" infers studious conceal
ment" an mtre careletMneM will not come within
that d coition. Dainjj some acts prohibited by
law or omitting to do what the 1 iw command, is
eential to a criminal ufTense. It L not a penal
offjnse to bnnz in small fox, or to be negligent
about the sanitary condition of a vessel under
one's command. It is not a penal offence to make
untrue, or false certificate of health.
-' acta would subject a ship to
- )ur Statutes. Making a falne
-mentation would not even be a
i at common law, unless it were
-t fJele of the party making it."
' udntinely introducing a con
nnot be established unless
' the disease is introduced, and
f -r i i t
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H d'-o - '
pOjl y F ?
that in its iu. . .
leads or deceives.
ion some one intentionally inia
Tbe statute requires in the
offender nt only " knowledge," not only failure
to report, but the doing of something in an under
hand way to conceal disease from the authorities.
He further objected to the information as Tallin;
in many pl.ict'S to be suSciently specific in im
allegations and to conform ta technical rules in
Mr. David-ion in reply said that this was a
civil proceeding and be always understood that as
civilization advances the methods of pleading were
made more free. The learned counsel's analysis
of the pleading wa illiberal, he took sentences
by themselre and did not consider the document
as a whole. He concluded that the proceedings were
strictly in accordance with the statute. All that
was necessary wa to follow the customary mode of
pleading t show the introduction of contagious
disease. Repetition never added anything to what
was rjine well said ; hence the old style of plead
ing bad pa-wed away. This was not an indict
ment nut was essentially a civil proceeding. He
denied that knowledge on the part of the Captain
should have been alleged; modern decisions showed
it was not necessary because it was a neglect
of manifest duty for the captain not to know.
He cited the words of the captain's certificate.
He further claimed that if the Court should
allow any of the exceptions, a dismissal of the
suit ould not follow because hs had the riht of
Mr. Hartwell during a orief reply said the Iearn
learned counsel and be were agreed as to propriety
of liberal rules of pleading but wide as the world
atsunder as to precision of language.
His Honor then said that he bad arrived at a
conclusion as to part of the exceptions. It was
ni'Jeseary in a proceeding by which a ship belong
ing to distant owners might be condemucd that
Innwlwlm of the wron? done he sheeted
borne to the accused. The information should
have alleged what actually was done and how the
jriiif arose. He could see no averment that
tae disease was brought into this Kingdom by
the Captain. He should base his decision main
ly on the failure to set out the scienter of the
't would be favorable to the
:r than otherwise if the case
- he record would be " excep-
.ined and libel dismissed."
ibis for opinion expressed by cor
nmo being open to all for the dJa
tln from every point of riew.
ill pleaxa observe that all letters,
rU by the n tinea of the writer, not
Ration, but a a guarantee of good
ifie Commercial AJLvtrlUtr ;
is 1 am a stranger here, bat
noagh in tbe position of Captain
Service to know when I am im
tbe liberty to make tbe following
to aak yoa a few questions. As
rited here, tor tbe first time, on
'feet stranger, totally unacqaalnt
Uwsrf the country reztrdioe quaran-
jt .s f w enabled to present a clean bill of
-arne from a port wnicn naj not
.s ao infecteJ port." I bad no
back to immediately d.scbargiog
' cargo. Go my arrival and after
- bMr.i1 r Port Vhy-'c o,
r4.-j:rj f.und lieat all wII,
wou" . rror. fit
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t: y TV .t'.,
t ic c me
r ts! (be .irctuT" e :
tuc. . ." vtisel
quarsi'.i'.e ! T.j " i'- w s
a-- 4U papers or any
;nve him ao official. Afterwards,
.-came better acquainted with bim,
. absence of all insignia denoting
he palled from bis pocket a com
ic .atle and cork-crew, and said that
- insignia be carried. This man told
, .L t no one was allowed to eome to or
. yet be bimseir was tbe first to break
y coming on board himself, but
h riends of bis on board, who with
:ludiog the castoms officers and
' my hospitality daily, in my cabin,
o shore to tbeir wives and families,
u ndrance. from a quarantined
k r r t
-.a : .'
t a I I
j tree, j
iv D5 r shi
. li, tot
o b-' -fio
. 3 ar o.h
ain and crew were virtually im
y passeogers were lan led, but to
yance and disgust, I was eom-
through tbe Quarantine Officer,
J, a prisoner as it were, in aigbt
e I bad hoped to be enabled to
Editor, I wish to know whether I
ing annoyed at the unjust treat-
rt ceied, in being compelled to
aarantioe when I report a cleao
also passed by tbe Port I'bysi.
i e that tbe law-makers sre law.
i rantioe was made in direct vio-
be Rales and Rrgulations of tbe
be Hawaiian Kingdom. Is this
-.1.1 or, .
.t r:: i
w icI I
Hoard o.' .1
j ietiee to a
F. ctkr. Captain bark Hermine.
The Elitor of Paeijic Commercial AJcerliter :
If "Dr. Hutchinson deserves public commenda
tion for h s antiriog and faithful performance- of
dutr," it must be a very dall uhlic" that tbey
are appealing to for a recognition of the Doctor's
visas, to make it necessary mat uw i m
tbe Gazette and Tress shouIJ cootinue irom wee to
week to di ota bis praises in their ears. Doubtless
the value of bis services has been daly recognized by
tbe "public" Treasury; and without wishing to
detract one iota from the Doctor's merits, I hope I
may be pardoned for ssying, that I do not think tbe
appreciation in which be may be held by the com
munity, will be at all enchanced by lavish enconnms
from journals apparently pledged to pass unnoticed,
all blunders and inconsistencies of tbe Cody giving
him employment. Tbe criminal folly " of poor
ignorant natives 'Jio not reporting cases," U expla
nation enough to tbe logician of the Gazette of the
cause why the small-pox has become epidemic. And
o to, no doubt, tbe criminal folly" of the Chi
nese was alone accountable for the non-discovery of
the victims at Kakaako until tbe gang were being
mastered to receive their liberty. To some one,
however. I soppo?e great praise is dae for his "vigi
lance" in detecting a drficicney in the number of
Cbioameo, and discovering the missing number
(how lucky the doctor or agent coald count) sick
with small-pox in their rooms, the disease being
aa&hiently developed, and severe to prevent their
mingling with the crowd to claim the freedom which
they would probably otherwise have gained. Had
they got up town, however, and carried the infec
tion, doubtless the "natives" would again have
been responsible for the consequences- It is these
"miserable fellows" too, who are to blame Ut any
lain ess thi't may exist in carrying out the "quaran
tine imposed upon residences." and not those that
nire mem, and who some people have been ignorant
enough to suppose are paid to keep an eye to the
actions of their underlings. Kamaaixa.
To the Editor of Tacifie Commercial Advertiser:
Sir : The oEcioas individual whose leisure
and inclination induced him in'ini... m
Mioister.of the Interior regarding the accumula
tion oi ouuoing material on Merchant street,
opposite tbe Union Saloon, might have lessened
his labor and trouble if he had stated his objec
tions, like a straight forward and npriglat person
to the owner of the property, who would have
tried to show bim that the obstructions, if eucb
they would becalled.were placed thereon account
of lack of space elsewhere, and in accordance
with tbe common practice of projectors of all
building improvements in tbe city.
The Minister of the Interior has at present as
many positions as he can conveniently attend to
and none but a heartless, spiteful ignoiamus,
would attempt to tack on another -billet in the
shape of a Road Supervisor. Seju-Africax.
To Oie Editor of Vie Pacific Vummercial Advertiser:
Sir : I called attention in your last issue to
certain apparent violations of the regulations of tbe
Board of Health, applying fo tbe inter-island pas
senger traffic If I was wrong. I should .ike to be
corrected ; but, if right, it would be a matter of in
terest, no less to the public than to myself, to know
whether or not certain persoos are privileged to
over-ride tbe law. Simply ignoring ficts can scarce
ly be ccnsiJerel an explanation either way.
A Cricket match will be played this after,
noon between an eleven of tbe II. C. C. and th P.
C. C. tbe play commences at 2 I. M. Th following
composed the two elevens: II C C John Irish
man, J M Dowett, Hay Widehnii( G Wodehonse,
G Comly. T M Sanzv, W M Giifird, K Dowsett,
Scarborough, Elli?, Whitney. Capt. P C C Ives
MollMnri, ritrow, AU-n. Lycett, Kennedy, Wright
Koe, Moore, Murphy, Capt.
TUE OLD WOBLD.
The Fenians have posted a proclamation
throughout Ireland purporting to be by order
of the Irish National Directory," declarir g that
the yeof.Ie have cause for revolt but are not
sufficiently prepared to achieve success, urging
patience and discipline, and denouncing any one
inciting to insurrection as a traitor to Ireland's
cause. The placards were torn down by the
police. They caused great excitement. It is ten
years since a similar posting of seditious placards
simultaneously throughout the Country took
In the British House of Commons on the
motion for the second reading of the bill to give
the Government power to suspend the Habeas
Corpus Act in Ireland the Home Rule members
resorted to every obstructive device available.
Alter forty one hours of continuous Session at
nine o'clock on the morning of February 2nd
Gladstone entered, and was loudly cheered. The
Speaker resumed bis seat and prohibited further
debate. Excitement followed. A division was
taken, and the Government obtained leave to
bring in a bill for the protection of life and pro.
perty in Ireland. The Home Rule members left
the House in a body, and the bill was read for
the first time, the second reading being fixed for
noon. The House then adjourned. having sat con
tinuously Tor 42 hours. The next day Gladstone
rose to move a resolution of which he had given
notice to the cB'ect that, if on notice being given
that tbe business of. the House is urgent, and if
on a call by the Speaker 40 members shall sup
port the demand of urgency, the Speaker shall
forth-with put tbe quest on without debate,
amendment or adjournment; and if the question
of urgency be decided in the affirmative by three
to one, then the powers of the House for the re
gulation of its business shall be vested in, and
remain with the Speaker until be shall declare
the state of public business no longer urgent. A
scene then occorcd. John Dillon rose, but the
Speaker refused to hear bim. After repeated
warnings, the Speaker named Dillon, and Glad
stone moved his suspension amidst enthusiastic
cheers and cries of order, the Irish members
shouting " Shame ! " The motioi,. r suspension
was adopted by 335 to 33. I.'.-n refused to
withdraw and was forcibly re:ved by the
Scrgeant-at-Arms by ordr ol the Speaker,
amidst cries of "Shame! ' Later on. 1'arnell
moved that Gladstone be no longer heard. The
Speaker declared that 1'arnell Mas defying the
Chairman. Upon his persisting he j as declared
to be willfully obstructing. He was bubsequently
suspended and removed from the House and, later
on,all tbe Home Rule members were subjected to
Tbe advance guard of Gen. Colley's force at
tacked the Boers in the Drakenburg Pass. The
attack was successful at first but the Boers rallied
and by a flank charge drove the British tronps
bck to their former position. The latter lost
180 men. killed, wounded and missing. It was
feared that this repulse would lead to the sur
render of the beleaguered British garrisons in the
General Skobelefl in command of the Russian
forces captured Geok-Tere and Deueil-Tere on
25th .of January after nine hours desperate fight
ing. It is believed that England has received
assurances that these fortresses will not be perma
nently occupied by Russia but that her troop will
retire to the shore of tho Caspian when the sub
jugation of the Tckke Turcomians is assured.
tiik mw world.
The terras of peaco offered by Chile t Peru
and Bolivia are the cession of Antofagasta to
Chile, the surrender of the allied fleet and pay
ment of indemnities. $20,000,000 by Peru and
$10,000,000 by Bolivia ; Chile to occupy Callao
and work the guano deposits and copper and salt
petre mines until full payment is made.
A contract has been taken to drain Lake Okee
chobee in Florida. If successful this scVemc will
render available 12,000,000 acres of the best
sugar land in the world.
Plvmouth. N. C, on the Roanoke River was
totally destroyed by fire on the night of 31st oi
The female teetotallers of Ohio and elsewhere
have been trying to extort a promise from Gen.
Garfield that intoxicating liquors shall be banish
ed from the White House during his Presidency.
Quite an excitement has been got up on the sub
ject. Stanley Mathews, brother-in-law of President
Hayes has been nominated to be Associate Justice
of tbe Supreme Court. The Senate apparently
does not like the nomination and has, contrary to
custom when the nominee is an ex-Senator, refer
red it to the Committee on Judiciary.
The Greenbackers are making overtures to tho
Democrrtic party, suggesting a lusion under a
new name. The terms propped are " we Green
backers will make the platform, you Democrats
may have the offices."
A match lias been made between the trotting
horses Edward and Richard. Mr. Frank Work,
the owner of Edward has backed him $20,000 to
$l0,tH)0. The trotting is to come off on tbe
Hartford track next summer. a
Trade between Canada and the United States
fell away materially during 1880.
Chief Justice Daly as President of tho American
Geographical Society, has addressed a lengthy
memorial to President Hayes, praying that an ex
pedition in search of the Jeannette be forthwith
Tbe oldest person in America, Mrs. Sarah
Clark, of Rolla, Missouri, believed to 12G years
of 8ge, died on tbe 9th of January.
Floods in California and Nevada-
Tbere hare been some serious floods in the States
of NeTidft and California- The condition of the
Sacramento Talley on the lat and 2d of the present
month, was worse than it bas been-known to be
since tbe occupation of California by settlers from tbe
United States. A newspaper correspondent tslegraph
ioz from Sacramento on 2d inst says : "The riter
was standing at 26 feet, and bas now reached 26
feet 1 inch, the highest point tier known bere. The
track of the California Pacific, between bere and
Da"uil!e. is washed out. Tbe levees aboe the
town of Washington hae gien away. Along the
Upper Sacramento almost the whole country is onder
water. Sectioos neter before submerged are now
overflowed. Tne destruction of property is immense.
The losses comprie all kinds of property, including
lite stock, furniture, growing crops, etc There is
a most argent demand coming from the north for
steamers to save live stock. Some steamers have
cone to the relief of the inhabitants. Tbe rJttian
is bizb. but by no means at flood height. Tbe highest
m.- j : (ha RurtmenlO is SOT DOS-id to b.AV
been reached. This city is in no danger, but the j
breaks below tbe city have laid all the country south
of us under water. The steamer Governor Dana
arrived from the Upper Sacramento last night Her
Captain says that in 80 years observations be has
never seen such waters before. lie sava that on
their side of the river the water appears to extend to
the foot-bills, laying almost the entire valley under
water, tie iouna in one place a current up tbe
channel of the river for four miles, as if it were a
whirlpool in a sea. The levees left standing cut of
water are covered witn live-stock. lie says the water
in tbe plains bas attaiced an equal length with the
surface of the river, and the whole body is moving
in a current down the valley. It is admitted that
this is in volume of water the greatest flood ever
known since tbe Ameriean occupation of the country."
A somewhat similar state of things existed through
out the river valleys of California and in many parts
of Nevada. At Fianklin in the latter State the dam
of a reservoir broke away on the afternoon of 2 J inst
submerging and entirely wrecking the town. For
tunately tbe inhabitants had been warned of dancer.
Workmen had been employed during the day by tbe
Virginia and Truckee Railroad company, tapping
the dam in tbe hope of preventing The expected
catastrophe, but before they bad accomplished their
object, the dam went all at once and tbe contents of
the reservoir, which is a mile long by three-quarters
of a mile wi le and fifty feet deep, were precipitated
along tbe valley in such a mass that at one narrow
rart of the ravine tbey were a hundred feet Jeep,
The people of Frankton bad remove! themselves and
their eQects beforehand, but about a dozen of the
railroad company's m- n were swept down when the
dam broke. Fortunately they all escaped with their
lives. Tbe water swept awav nearly a mile of the
railroad track. The violence of tbe flood was fttest
ed by tbe way in which some of tbe iron rails were
snapped in two.
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8G KING STREET
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All Work Guaranteed or Exchanged
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W. G. BORDEN,
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Ladies, Cents' k Children's Boots & Shoe:,
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Hardware, Crockery and Glassware, To
bacco, Cigars, Pipes, Yankee Notions,
PATENT MEDICINES, ETC.
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ADVERTISING AGENT. 21 MERCHANTS
EXCHANGE, Pan Francirco, California, is authorised
to receive advertisements fur the columns of this paper,
!Estnllisliecl in 1H52.
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Rooms 2 O and 21, Merchants' Exchange,
California Street, Ean Francidco,
y X. B. Advertising Solicited for all Xews
papers Pnblhhed on the Pacific loat, the Sandwieh
Islands, Polynesia, SIcxican Ports, Panama, Valpa
raiso, Japan, China, ew Zealand, the Australian
Colonies, th? Fastern States and Europe. Files
early every Xewspxper Published on the Pacific
Coast are kept Constantly en Hand, and all Adver
tisers are Allowed Free Access to them dnrins Busi
ness Hors. The PACIFIC (OM3H KCIIL ADVER
TISER Is kept en file at the Office of L. P. FISUER.
EXTRA SO. 1 SPRING SALMON !
, Barrels and Half Barrels.
FOR SaH.E LOW
h JT. H- BRUNS',
Ho. SO and 32 Fort street, Honolulu.
ED np to January 1st. 1881. and not settled ap bj the
1st of February, wul be pot io the Collector's hands wUhont
farther notice. . ,
ALFRED SI. MOLLIS,
104 Fort 8L, Brewer's Block.
Honolulu, February 5th. 1881. fcS 3t
ORI3AKIST OFST. ANDREW'S PRO CA
THEDRA l. Teacher of Pianoforte and Oiran. Rest
ence, Bishop's College. Nunana ATenne. Ja23 a-
MR. W. I.ILiM-i. io A 1 C!ioain.U TO
in ear nr ji aim, by procaratino, froaa this data.
1 6. W.MACFAKLANI
Qooatolu, Jaojy 17 J, 1881 ja2S.
P. O. ADVERTISER,
A. W.PEIRCE &CO.,
NO. 40 QUEEN ST., HONOLULU,
HAYE OIST HAND
TBE LARGEST AND-
MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
Ship & Naval Stores,
Other Goods in our Line I
To befftmd on the Sandwich Islands. Additions
We are Constantly Receiving
XJnited States & Europe,
WHALING GEAR, ALL KINDS !
V bale Boats and Boat f tock.
Chains and Anchors, all sizes;
llemp and Manilla Uoniat,
Cotton and Hemp I'oclc and Twine.
Tar. Fitch and Turpentine
tpt-rra dil. L-iril Oi',
I'o'.ar Oi', de: Oil,
China Nut oil,
Brass and. Galvanized.
IVIarine Hardware !
Masaey's Patent Logs.
Charts, Compasses. Sextant,
North & 8uth PaciSc Directories,
Marine, Opera and Spy Glasses, etc.
Yellow Metal Sheathing & Nails !
Beef, Pork and Molasses,
Bice, Beans and Coffee, Ac, Ac.
Hay, Bran & Oats,
Ground Barley, Ground Oats, etc.
Brand's & Pie rte's Bomb Guns & Bomb Lante?.
Perry DxtU' Pain Killer, &e.
All of which will be sold at
LOWEST RATES !
BY A. W. PEIRCK if CO.
''OflV R ROOMS. COCOAXCJT BROC.MS
Hickory Kro-'ma, Wharf Broom", Kattnn Yrd Brooms,
tor dale by A. W. pblKCE &, CO ,
PAINTS & VARNISH.
Bli.tCK VARMSII. BRIGHT VARNISH,
Damnr Yarninb, Paints, all colors; Copper Paint,
for Sale by A. Y. I'tlKCE & CO.
METAI.-LIXK BLOCKS, PATENT BLOCKS,
Common Blocks. Qslvauised Iron Blocks, Heavy
1'ui chase Blocks, for Sale by
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FOIl SALE !
California Beef, California Pork,
By Late Arrivals. For Sale Low, by
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Notice to Planters & Others
IB EG TO XOT1FV PIjAXTKRS am
the public that I am preartd to furnish I'.mis ai d tsti
STEKI, FORTAULB TRAMWAYS with or
without Cars aud Locomotives, especially adapted fur
STEAM PLOUGHING and CULTIVATING
TRACTION' ENGINES And ROAD LOCO
MOTIVES. LOCOMOTIVES for any guafie or Railway.
PORTABLE ENGINES for all purposes.
WINDING ENGINES for inclines.
Mosirs. JOHN FOWl.ER & CO. of Leeds, Kngfand. whom I
represent have supplied Portable Railwys for Sugur FUn a
tiun in Cuba, l'riniil id. Ttemerara, Peru and Mexico, for all
which places they have aHo supplied "
STEAM PLOUGHING TACKLE.
Thry have also during the last 15 years manufactured L co
molives fur Kailwavs in Great Britain and the Colonies, In-
dia Mexico, Cylon, Krpt and Peru. 20 in. gug- up to 5 ft. 3
in. gunge, and suited for all kinds of Tracks aud Traffic.
They have supplied (he governments of Great Biitain, Ger
nviDS. Russia. Italy with Traction Entities, which have riven
every satisfaction, as well as large numbers for private use.
Any Communications to be adclrefsed to It. II. FviWLEll
VT. L.GKfcEN.Ksq. Mes-rs. U. W. MACFAULANE & CO.,
IJouolulu, who will act as ihe AgenU.
Catalogues with Illustrations, Kodels, and
Photographs of the above Plant
may be seen at the Office or W. L. GREEN, above the Office
efQ. YV. Macfarlane & Co.
R. II. FOWLER.
for John Fowler A Co.
N. B. I Propose to Visit the Different Is
lands During the Next Few Weeks,
and shall be glad to five any information with regard to the
application of the different styles of tbe above Machinery to
ja29 If R. H. FOWLER.
FIRST GLASS HARNESSES
SINGLE AND DOUBLE.
Fox Salefbi? Cash. !
AT WHOLESALE PRICES.
At Wm. Levy's Pony Stables, King Street.
WILL SHORTLY ARRIVE
FROM SAN" FRANCISCO, A NEW LOT .
HORSES. BUGGIES, HARNESSES. WHIPS
ANI A LOT OF FIRST QUALITY OF
HAY AlVri CrRAIN !
At Wm. Levy's PorvStW '"g Street.
BARGAINS ! BARGAINS I I
THE ENTIRE STOCK OF
Eoots c3 Slaoes,
J. H. LYNCH'S, NO. 88 KING STREET,
WILL BE ON BALE
FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY !
CT CaU Early and Secure Bargains,
TO THE SCO A R MANUFACTURERS OF
the Hawaiian Islands. -P. TL'LLY would respectfully
offer his services as a SUGAR BOILER, having bad
twenty years experience io that capacity in other countries,
and three in this. He feels competent to fill the position io
any Boitior House io this Kinedom.
Good Eeferencei Given if Required !
a!3 im. Address Eos 121, Pom Office, Honolulu.
HIGGINS & JESSETT,
N0S. 50 & 52 KING STREET,
WOULD INFORM THEIR PATRON'S
and the general public, that they have formed a Co
partnership ibr the purpose of carrying ou the basiaess ol
A nd have engaged the services of
FROM SAN FRANCISCO:
Who are Thoroughly Acquainted with all tbe
Trim tts lng,
We are Prepared to Fnrnish
EXCELLENT W O 11 It
AND IT WILL HAY TO
GIVE TJS A. CALL.
(jal 81 ly)
J. II. BRlXSJrM rROPRIETOB,
IVo. OJ King- Street I
NEAR TUB BETHEL, HONOLULU,
Chairs, KJtcIicn Safes,
4c, Ac, Ac, c.
AND ALL KINDS & STYLES
On Hand, or Made to Order.
First-Glass Work !
T,OW X II ICES.
o 30 6m
AST OR HOUSES
Nos. 76 and 78 Hotel Slreets,
HART BROTHERS, Proprietors.
Board by the Day, "Week or Transient !
Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco,
Soda Water & other Iced Drinks.
HEALS SERVED IN FIRST CLASS STYLE
AT ALL HOURS.
HENRY J. HART, (jal 81) ELLIS A. I1RT.
1 EW STORE,
Ho. 71, Nuaanu Street, opposite McLean Bros.
O" Has cow open for public inspection a large stock cf first
first and Ctioice Goods, comprising i
Bry i& Fancy Goods
Gentlemen or Children's lse, English, French and
Chinese Silks of all Colors, Colored Satins,
Ladies' and Gentlemen' I'nderwear.
A splendid line or Socks and Stocking, Silk, Wo!l-on, Cot
ton in s II colors. Best Baluriggans for Ladies, Children and
Ribbons, Cloves, Jewelry, Hats, Caps, Coots & Shoes.
XT Kirst Clas Goods st extremely low prices. Stock con
tinually bei-ig added to by every Steamer.
Give mo v
TNT 13 W
BOARMG HOUSE k RESTAURANT,
Corner Nuunaii nsil King Streets.
HOP YICK & CO., Proprietors,
21 Tickets Given for Amount of One
First-Class Board - $5.00 Per TTeek
Second-Class Board - 400
ET The Tables will always be supplied with the best the
Market affords. 3m
WING W0 TAI & CO.,
Have Constantly on Hand
At their Fireproof Store, opposite Mosaman'a, Nuaanu atreet,
A FULL LIXK OF
JAPAN and CHINA TEAS,
Both High and Low Priced, according to Quality.
Also-A fall asst. of Plantation Sipplies, aH kinds.
Always on hand a LARGE STOCK OF RICE,
tbey being; AgenU for three plantations.
A few f tUi F AXl Y SILSv FALLS SCREKA lef: j
Jaltlly Vina WO aAl CO.
FEB. 26, 1881.
ST W A WAIIAN COSStJ L AND COM M ISSION
KM MERCHANT, 316 California Street, Ban Francisco,
California. XT Boom No. 4. oiv ij
co. p. corrtii.
GEORGE F. COFFIN & CO.,
SMPP1AG AXD COMMISSION UERCUAYTS,
Mo. 13 Pine Street, Union Block,
PARTICPLAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO
fillinf Hawaiian orders, and satisfaction guaranteed.
JOHN HARVEY & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and WOOL
Reference Back of Montreal.
Cash advances on Consignments
A. P. EVERETT,
Forwarding & Commission Merchant
405 FRONT STREET, CORNER CLAY
Particular attention paid to Consignments of Island Produce
WILLIAMS, DIM0ND & CO.,
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
No. 2 1 8 California Street.
mh29 80 SAN FKANC13CO.
W. H. CEOSSMAN & BR0.,
8hipplntr and CoiiiiiiUhI 11
118 Cfaunibera Street. NEW YORK.
Reference Castle A Cooke and J. T. Watrrbnue.
IBJDIA RICE MILL !
21ISSI0. &. FUEMONT STS., SAX FRIXCICO, C1L.
rMIE 1NOIA RICE MILL. AFTER SIX-
M TtEN YEAKd of practical experience ai.d improve
ment, is now the nearest to perlection of any of the Kice Mills
of tbe world. In thoroughness of CleaiiMiic and l''lUliinK it
stands unrivaled; and in yield of Cleaned, Merchantable Kice
from ihe Paddy, proJuces from 5 to 8 per cent, more than
the Celebrated Mills of Amsterdam.
THE IN t) I A RICE M I LL is now io Terfect
Running Order for the
nULLIM k IIHESSIJG OF PADDI !
From the Hawaiian Islands, to which it is Specially Adapted
PADDY AND HULLED niCE !
YVill Htceive Prompt and Careful Attention.
WM M. OR KEN WOOD,
General Commission Merchant aud Proprietor of India Rice
Mill. seO 70
THE J, M. BIUMHK k B.UKE
THE LARGEST BILLIARD MANUFAC
TURER'S IN THE WORLD,
Established in Chicago. St. Louis. New York and Cincinnati,
and having besides branches in all the principal Cities of the
Our object in these island.", is for the purpose of supplying
all who nray leel the necisvity of ornamenting the saloon and
substituting w.tb billiards.
TAliLEU WHICH ARE TIIK
Non Plus Ultra of the Trade !
Our Tables are undoubtedly the best ever manufactured,
and our Cuah'ons are liiuhly appreciated, having received the
t-ndorstement of the beet I'rofeksional and Amateur flayers
throughout li world. Our goods are admitted by even, our
boldest com pet i tor to be unequalled in beauty, quality, and
finish, and we huve the must extensive establishment of tbe
Sort in the woi Ul.
We can fill ordra with greater facility, and afford better
;itifiiction than any o her Milliard Table manufacturers.
The undt-rs gnel would moot respectfully ask the attention
of tbe citizens of the inlands to the
FIVE BILLIARD TABLES,
Now in use and imported from the above manufacturers.
And would venture to say that these Tables cannot be in
any way excelled. All Champion Players aud experts pro
No. 1, & the Eest Tables Manufactured.
All Champion Fames and the biggest runs ars niade on
these Ivlonurcli 'lublrs throughout the l ulled btates
All informal on rt quired can be had by applying Io tbe un.
dersiirned, who will le most happy to receive orders for any of
tLe Tables, such as
ECLIPSE CAROM & POOL,
ECLIPSE POOL & CAROM TABLES,
M hich are Ihe Tables of the Day.
Orders solicited for any part of or full ou flis in the Diiliard
Cloths, Balls, Cues, Racks, Markers, '
Bridges, Maces, Chalk, Tips. &c.
I would also rail to notice, the Ii-au'iful
Revolving Parlor Billiard Table, with
Stationery Parlor Billiard Table, with
the Monarch Cushions.
The Parepa, Bagatelle and Pigeon Hole
Which are of superior quality and finirb.
Tbe last but not leant come the
A beautiful Table, much suited for saloon parea. Tl'rue
Tab es are both useful and ornan.enial aud most suitable to
parlies having srull parlors and ruons.
TI . I .I.U. nl((l. 1 t n.l ll.!n In fll.M Uil
Hard Line, will b pu- d-wn to Ihe U.w.nt riif'.re and war- i
ranted iu every particaUr. or no sle. Tabl-.-s in use generally
on the Col are 4x8 and 4xfl.
For full particulars please address
Honolulu, n. I. JAMES S. LBMU.V.
Agrnl fr Ibe J. M. Braaiwlrh Si Balke C'w.
THE GREAT MONARCH'S
Prize Standard Nonpareil Novelty Tables
Are io daily use and can be seen at ihe Commercial Billiard
Parlors, corner of Nnuanu Avenue and Bcretan'a Street, un
der tbe soperkr manvfement of C. II. Fox, Ksq , who Is al
ways io attendance to instruct and attend to wants of tbe
Lovers of tbe C UK.
THE FIWE BAR
(Under the charge of MR. BOBKBT ROBINSON)
Attached to the Saloon is liberally supplied with CI10ICE
VARIETIES of fine WINES
With liquors of the best brands, alone with polite attention
combine to make it th e most pleasant place of resort and
refreshment io the city.
JAS. S. LEMON,
no27 6m Proprietor.
Horses, Buggies, Harnesses, and
JUST ARRIVED PER BARKT. EUREKA,
FOR SALE CHEAP.
Orders taken for IMPORTED HORSES and BUGGIES of
Pit j StabTtt, Klnf -atracL
To the General Public
THE PROPRIETORS OI
O fc X2 Jb T
In Consideration of tho Patron -age
Bestowed on them
By tht Rttldr nt of thr Islands, bare conrli
Show. Their Appreciation
BY GIVING TIIKIK.
CO 01 HT
TO BE HELD IN TUB
NEW MUSIC HALL
FRIDAY EVEHTIH! ;
MARCH 25th, 1881.
TO BE GIVEN AWi'.V
Each admission ticket will hare a Covpoo attached, b e. ;
a number on It,
So that thoso entitled to a Pj (
ent will simply refer to tho
Nowspapora or Printed
Lists, after tho Commit
tee have awarded tho Prcseui; .
All holders of tickets, anabl to attend the Masl'al Fs . -.
wi I be as fully adv tsed of ihe results of the awards as I
htj were present on Ihe occasion.
XT Tickets should be secured at one as the sa'et' ti
limlle-l numlier will pass t.ff rapidl.
i OiUOAT IXM.MTOl '
r pv o ? ii , ,t, ,
IT . J . L.V , llOnOi'JiU.
Tickets ran he lr.ol,l at Mr. A. M 'AYf"l- utug
Sr 1 a-Rt f ' I Ul f'l iu licit sr.- ! c,f th" l in n t,
Due notice will be siren of the Attractions t take pi
connection with the
PRESENTATION EXHIBITION I
Dress Circle especially Reserved fcr
Ladies and Families.
II Is the Manager's wish to render this
PRESENTATION CONCERT !
Bzneficial Enjoyment in Every Way,
And as some of the Presents ars
Magnificent Adornments to the Home C i tin
As well as all twine Useful and Ornamental, It ma
be readily perceived that as
Every Second Ticket Receives a Pre v t.
That ibe Proprietors only drt ire sufficient Usances to
All parties desirine to see the beaut lul Pi 4 bos, Orga
Musical Hoxts, Ae., can view tbe same now ou Exbibi'
our 8' ore.
XT The .'ollowins; schedule comprises a partial (1st
Presents to be a war J
2 Macsillleeail P wills 8.,
(oblique, by Bord of ParU) Just received by stmr
2 Ssiserlr Alexaaislre Orgaaia, recelvw
per stmr Zealandia, value..............
O M aialcal Bxea, pUying sis tunes each, va'ot
25. Accr4eaia, ranglof from 10 to (10 each.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS ' M-t'
ENUMERATED CIRCULAR LIS'iS.
WIIICAV BE HAD BY ADDRESSISCi
Orderi from the other Islanda toe Tickets fillw it'
promptnasa. A II orders for ticketa, which are plaocd at Two PolUr . .-'
must be accompanied by the CAhH, addressed to
PICKERING & CO.,
P. O. BOX 97, HONOLULU, M -