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ADVERTISER, JUNE 23, 1883.
Our Foreign Correspondence.
Paris, May 17.
Toe French are growing very hot over tbe
Suej question. The first thing to d ib to let
them cool down. The cecond to eliminate all
aentiment from tLe dlacaasioo. The dominant
feeling is to exclude now and for ever all Kng
I;b ioduence and ioterest fro as the ad mini ra
tion of the rreient aDd future canals Qut zlora
vtrro. It would al.t be well to ceaae proclaim
ing morning and evening liko a (uenzzio from Lis
turret, that tbe Engliah were wrong to oppose
the eonitruction of the waterj way, and de Les
tep right. England baa repeated ber mea culpa;
be has made atonement by eending four-EUL of
tbe total abipping through the canal, and ia
about illustrating that imitation ia the beat kind
of Cattery by cutting a aecond route.
Tbe English Government, thanka to tbe fore
sight of Lord BeacocelJ, bold more tbao one
third of tbe Sues abarea; purchased at soice
tbree millions aterling. tbey are now valued tor
tea. Tbe French Government, holds no scrip.
Eight jr per cent of tbe tonnage passing through
tbe canal ia British; yet on the council of ad
rrinistration. where Al. de Leeaepa m absolute
monarch, there are 24 or 30 Frenchmen,
and but tbree Englishmen, tbe latter only ad
mitted by courtesy on sufferance, a de Le
aepa bimaeif stated. There ia not a pilot, not an
official employed oo the canal, English. A ultu-ie
from 11. d Lewie pa can atop the whole machinery
aa Admiral Sejiaour'a fleet experienced Uat year.
History occasionally repeaU lUell.
If tbe canal ia to be exclusively French, there
ia no reason wby another should not be ex
clusively English. Cut the boast of tbe French
ia, that it ia international. Now that'a the point
where the solution lied. Italy Una taken charge
of the canal regulation, before the adjourned
conference, let England propose, that all nation
be represented on the &diuini!iraiiou pro rata to
tbe importance of their ahippiug. Sue would
rank brat, Holland would be second, Spain ttiird
and France or Italy fourth.
No objection can be t Sred, since tha aim u
not to deatroy but to enhance the value of the
canal, and to place all nation with reapect to
transit, on an eual footing. In war or peace let
friend and foe pusa tbroagh, settling their dis
pute at the exit or entrance of the canal. Private
concessions, but secured Irotu all material
Iosm, bave ever to give way to public inter
cu ; bow much more ought Uey to
yield belore tbe wants of a world. And
tbe ubatinancy and chanvinism ol M. de Leaaep
cannot prevail against the shipping interests ol
tbe universe. England ahoulii resolutely form a
company fjr cutting a second canal, propose an
amalgamation with the French aociety, then it
refused, jroceed independently. That threat
will cause such a fall in tiuez scrip, that the new
company could not dd better thao buy it up ;
retain de Lease p u honorary president, but in
fuse new blood into tbe council, reduce the high
tran.it tariff, and construct tbe second or return
canal. Address tbe French no la a if tbey were
spoiled children, but men of pla.n, blunt sense.
Above all, no nibbing againai or down the grain
in serious matters.
Tbe cuuversion of tbe Five per Cents baa beo
eminently successful, and the result baa eased tbe
financial tightness. Tbe adversaries of the re
public have lost tbeir labor in preaching, that
tbe bolder of atock would be ruined by tbe
change. Njt a lunatic came forward to ask the
Stale to pay him lOOfr. for what the first stock
broker at band would give bim lUQfr. Handing
over the execution of tbe projected public worka
to private enterprise, and lopping off budgetary
excreesence without mercy, will bring tbe
national finance all right.
M- de Braiza i being covered with flower,
because Le kept the landing place ol hi
expedition a "profound secret." Up to the pre
sent the world believed there wa no Iree masonry
required between de Crazza and Hi Majesty
Annexation of Hew Guinea.
A LonJoa telegram to tbe Aucklaud I'rett,
received by tbe City of New York, which arrived
last Thursday evening, informed oa briefly of the
. fact that th Government of England had for
Vnially sanctioned tbe annexation of the vast
Viand of New Guinea, or Papa, the third lar
gest in tbe know world, and so made the act of
the,ijBUen.-dand Government, by Sir Arthur Ken
nedy, her own. From time to time the question
has been mooted, and to some extent seriously
diicussed in the presa of New South Wales and
Queensland, as to what was to become of Papua,
but until lately the character of the country and
of the inhabitants, except on the sea coast, in a
few places, was hardly known. The Presbyter-
Church of Scotland has had a minister there.
iiad a tiny stuacaer plying between its stations
nJ North-eastern Australia lying not far
istant; yet little of geographical lniormatiou
is supplied until M. D'AIbertu, an Italian nat
alist penetrated a considerable distance into
th- interior, in prosecution of his pursuit,
especially of the gorgeous birds of paradise. He
furnished a good deal of information to the Aus
tralian prsss, and probably much more to tbe
Italian Government. Some while after his ac
counts became public Captain Moresby, R. N.,
then Coaimcn'ora of the Australian Station,
tnrned his attention to the Eastern aud Northern
oaats of New Guinea, and was fortunate enough
to discover a Urge, commodious aud perfectly
sals harbor, whereupon he hoisted the British
flag and took formal possession of the country
the r. rv nt the Qaeen of Great Iiritain. But
oe GuLmmonl of that day. Lord Beacons-
XSV'1? .It-hoohed th matter, and nothing
- more came of it. The following telegram inti-
ates the public motive tor tbe annexation.
r ts House of Commons to-d-iy a question
yraa pat to the Under-Secretary of the Colonies
I ...,.i;n7 the reported annexation of New
5uina. Ia 'P!J, the Uoa' Eve,n AMe cou"
1mej the announcement, and informed the
that the island had been taken by tbe
ff-Qovernmeut ia the name of Her
''Zt Qaeen, pending the decision by tbe
ik' -niraent on th subject. The
-.f taiej Bullish
Jient in order to prevent the ac
v. lining. i Lr foreign powers.
-it;, o i - -
tawaiaiiao Seminary. -
(..U iiBX the progtamme of tbe annual
- liens-ol iKawaiahao Seminary Jnne 20
' S '3;
t 'Sa-TbyDAT, Jl 1I A.M.
I V 3D ML Chamberlain
4 1-S0"! Mis West
ilP Cis10.5 Mrs. Simpson
a eo and KeheertaU.
i 40 Mis Norton
f : N2 ; 10.40 to 11 Mis Flaxmin
1 11. 15 Mi3 Wesl
i -ind Compositions.
i will 11.25 to 11.45 Mia Norton
1 ting, 1 1.45 to 12.5 . . . 3Iiss FUiman
. i.c and Itehearaals.
La i i i 2 to 2.30 .... Miss Chamberlain
f 2 30 to 2 00 Miss Norton
; bb-'- to 3 Mi" VVe9t
Eei 3 J i:- - Mr- Simpson
iiie and Compositions.
of f rscRsDAT, Jrxx 21 A.M.
8D'a, a.15 to 9.15
t rfl 9-15 to 9.35 MUs W rst
r rv' (beg.). 9-35 to 10 Mis Norton
-(ad.).'lu to 10 :JO Chamberlain
as jl'asic and Compositions.
10 35 to 10.5-3 ... Miss Nortot
10 55 to 11-15 Mi-is Flaxnian
c9 Vi JCrcLies, 11.15 to
d Mrs. Simpson
1 1 .:W to U -55 MLis Norton
J Afusic and I'.ehearsal.
. U 0..5 0,) Miss Norton
Chemiit7. 2 to 2;2U- ..- Chamberlain
Beading. Ja2.0. - M ch,mberlaiD
Hawaiian History. 2.40 w Miss Norton
Moral Philosophy, 3.5 to
Gvmnastic. Vand Exerc.-e.
-V'hetber T.reat Britain will de
Tbe ln of Sfceridan and UaUb, as
water to A, to the cAm caning under
to be ri$uited States.
A Panama dispatch cf May 5tli says: The Min- j
... . . I T . i - i i ii 1
.i mr: urjMir; u ji.- wameu me tanai ioeb
pany that thy inn pjr tli exrnei of keeviag
jetwen 2fxsl n :d m-ii on tlie Isthmus to
maintain f.rder. The Minister estimates that the
f'"t thus inipo--d on company daring the four
teen years which th c..ritra-t grants for the com -pletinn
.f the canal will amount to S7.000.000, and
may ntn reach 5 lo.tcm.'Xnl or. 212,000,000.
Tbe following are the vessels which will in a
few days b prepared for active service: Two
steel-plated corvettes built at Stettin, after the
model of tbe Sacbsen, and armed with twelve
inch Krupp gnns and provided with torpedo ap
paratus of the latest Kuropen pattern; two stesl
cruisers buiit in England and armed with Arm
strongs und Gatlings: six iron gun-boats of En
glish build, six stf-el gunboats of English build,
four sttrl torpedo boats built atStettiu, and sev
eral gunboats contracted at the Shanghai
Loudon, Jun 6. A Shanghai telegram of the
ith says: War is inevitable unless France
abandons her pretentions. In Anam Li Hung
Ch.tu, who his been severely criticised by the
Hung Li Yaruen, or Council of Mandarins, be
cause of bis conciliatory attitude towards
France, is now convinced that there is no way
out if the difficulty except by fighting. The
Council of Mandarins has decided to mobilize
the Chines army. The reitest activity prevails
in the cm laps of instruction ut Tehili. Kang
Nait ali i Ho-Nan mi I nt thi nu.il arsenals of
Sh inh ii aud Eoo C'h . Fifty batteries of
artillery htive been equioed tu take the field
against Franc and are now :oucutrated at
Tientsiu, as-aiting trana(ortatiou. At Annul th
forts all along tuo coast of th ?alf of l'vcheie
are being Htrenthened.
Dublin, May 30. At tbe meeting of the
Irish National League to-day, Harrington
announced tli.t 3S9 branches of the League
hid been formed.
Advices are recemd from Madagascar t proof Safes to sell.
that a French detachment hnded and car-j LYCAN & JOHNSON keep constantly in stock the largest assortment o
ned several ol the military posts rected by I Book shelves, Clock Shelves, side aud corner Brackets, kc.
liovesoa on TaU'nb Territory, in di fiance of
French rights. It is alo stated that Ad- LYCAN & JOHNSON have a large assortment of Center Tables and every-
t . , r, . thing to put on the Center Table,
miral Pierre has occupied the Custom-hi.use 1
at .Majnnga, securing a road and watei-way J LYCAN & JOHNSON have the only assortment of Japanese Vases, Japa
to Tananrive, c .pital of the island. j nese Dishes, Fans, Screens, &c, &c.
Sexton made a speech in which he re- ; .A CAN & JOHNSON have a larsre stock of Toys, Dolls, Tool Chests, Doll
ferred to the success of the Lesgue in
America. Referring to the Pope's circular,
he declared that the interference of the Poje
in the nutter of the Parnell testimonial, in
dicated a perilous and intolerable interven
tion in the future political course of the Irish
people, but that the priests maintained a dig
nified silence, with which Parnell's admirers
The English Derby ws won by " St.
lilaise;" Highland Chief second, and
Galliard " third.
Paris, May 24. The bombardment of Ma
jungi, Madagascar, by the French lasted six
hours, when the French troops landed and
occupied the place Hovac suffered great
The new Suez Canal Company have an
nounced that they propose to commence the
cutting of a parallel canal across the isthmus
forthwith, aud hare applied to the English
Government for their support in obtaining
the necessary concession of land from the
London, May 24. The landing of the
French in Madagascar has surprised the
Madagascar Embassy, win stite they will
fight the French to the death. The mem
bers of the Embissy will hasten home to as
sist in the defence of their country. Many
rifles, newly purchased, are on their way to
.Madagascar and now nearly due. The
Queen of Madagascar will issue a loan, and
it is hoped that Americans and English will
assist with arras and money.
Gleanings from the Foreign Press.
On the occasion f his coronation, the Czar will
reduce the poll tax and remit various tines and i
Cornell l'uiveritv at Ithaca. N. Y., has a-ei j
to the value of $7,00.0tO, and au annual iucon.-e j
The Egyptian rebels in Sou the Egypt have
brn defeated with 500 killed, including the Lieu
tenant of the False Prophet.
Tuft richest gold mine in the world is in Trans
vaal. South Africa. A ton of ore give.4 in some
cae 1,(N ounces of metal.
The State of New Jersey paid last year nearly
S:,0(K) in bounties far the growing of xorghuu
cane and the manufacture of sugar from it.
The editor of a Brelau newspaper has been sen
tenced to 4ix months' imprisonment for having
Kpokrn disrespectfully of the Emperor iu a theater.
A dispatch from Berlin mth : The new treaty be
tween Germany aud Madagascar U baed ou the
mutual recognition of the mo t-fa vored-uation
principle. Germany has done or said uothiug to
offend the euiLihtk- of France, but the Mada
gascar Envoys consider their mission a complete
He stood at the potoftice corner, and everybody
knew him as a newly-married maa. He had a far
away look in his eye, and a bit of yarn on each of
tha last two ringers of his hand, aud kept mutter
ing to himself: ' Chopping bowl, egg, clothes
line that's the thumb and tirst two lingers. Now
what did she waat on the other two fingers ?"
Mr. Bell, the telephone man. is worth ili.OOO -000,
and has the most elegaut residence in Wash
ington. man told me one day that his wife is
very beautiful, and that he is deaf and dumb.
Bell became infatuated with her beauty and mar
ried ber. In experimenting on an audiphone, that
she might hear, he discovered the principle of the
telephone. Iu this way his wife indirectly made
his fortune. Her husband's fortune is not the
only one Mr. Bell hat made. Andrews, the por- j
trait painter, of Wasniugtou, owes his start to his
picture of her face. He came from Cincinnati and
had but little to do. Mrs. Bell gave bim a sitting,
and he had the luck to catch one of her most beau
tiful expressions. The picture was shown at Cor- j
coran's gallery, and crowds went to see it. After
this the unknoan artist was no longer unknown.
Orders poured in, and he bus now made enough to
build him a fine bouse, and he is the portrait
painter of the capital.
The Vandf-rbilt party, returning from the Michi
gan Central meeting at Detroit, recently, went to
Buffalo over the Canada Southern, making the
fastest run on record. To engines were used
one a new McQueeu machiue and the other a re
built engine, turned out at the St. Thomas t.hops,
and both built for fast running. The dispatcher
at St. Thomas reports that the ran from Essex
Centre to St. Thomas, ninety-six miles, was made
in ninety-six minute's, including two stops of seven
minutes. The 116 miles intervening between St.
Thomas and Niagara Junction were accomplished
in two hours aud twenty-three minutes, including j
ten stops of thirty-six minutes, making the actual !
runaiug tim 111 hours. The total run from Essex !
Centre to the Juuction, 212 miW, deducting stop- j
rcii. was made in -0' minutes,, which is the fast- j
e-t time on record on auv road. The St. Thomas 1
engine weighs twenty-eight aud one-half tons, has
a 17x23 cylinder and 100 tllues. The McQueen en
gine weighj tbirtv-ei :ht tons. Las an 18x24 cylinder '
and 197 liues. Cull
No. 105 and 107 Fort
iPost Office Box 38.
LYCAN & JOHNSON have just received a beautiful lot of Parlor Suits up
holstered in Silk, Silk and IMush, Plush and Hair Cloth, Hair-cloth and
Reps, that they will sell at the lowest trices, possible.
LYCAN & JOHNSON have just receh -d by "Suez " a large assortment of
Folding Steamer Chairs that should bt iuspected by every one contemplat
ing a sea voyage.
AT LYCAN & JOHNSON'S can be found all of the latest Music just re
ceived by " Suez," and " Australia."
LYCAN &. JOHNSON, have a large assortment of Baby Carriages, Swinging
and Rocking Cradles, Crib, and high and low Chairs for the little folks.
LYCAN & JOHNSON have some very cheap and some expensive Bed-room
LYCAN &. JOHNSON have the only assortment of small Musical Instru
ments in Honolulu.
LYCAN & JOHNSON have the only assortment of PIANOS and ORGANS
to be found in this Kingdom.
LYCAN fc JOHNSON yell rroie Pianos than all the other dealers because
they sell cheaper, sell on the installment plan, ts;ke old instruments in ex
change, and lease them allowing the rental to be applied on purchase.
LYCAN & JOHNSON keep everything in the Music line.
j LYCAN & LOHNSON have the celebrated Herring Pat, Fire aud Burglar-
Carriages, ic, &c.
LYCAN & JOHNSON have the only large stock of Picture Moulding and
Coruice Moulding to be found in Honolulu.
LYCAN & JOHNSON have a very large assortment of Paintings, Water
Colors, Engravings and Chromos that they will sell below auction prices.
LYCAN & JOHNSON have in their employ Mr. W. G. Wood who is the
only professional house decorator in this couutry. If you want everything
to harmonize, consult him.
LYCAN & JOHNSON, Manufacture Lambroqiu'a Cornices and keep Cornice
Moulding, poles and rings in Brass, Ebony and Walnut.
LYCAN &. JOHNSON will furnish estimates for the complete or partial fur
nishing of residences.
LYCAN & JOHNSON sell and rent Chairs cheaper than anyone else.
LYCAN &. JOHNSON propose to sell all goods handled by theia at only a
fair profit, and not at the high figures usually asked for goods in their line
LYCAN &. JOHNSON'have the best Sewing Machines for family, and man
ufacturing purposes and sell them at from $20 to $45 each.
LYCAN & JOHNSON have all goods plainly marked, and will deal justly
by everyone. Answering all of their correspondents and shipping goods
to the other Islands promptly, and do all in their power to please in price
may 19 wtf.
ROPE MARKET !
irif-t f And we nell as
Xiow iiM tlio Iiowewt.
Anil Jou't au) body forget it. We fell
ew Bedford Uopr,
And ever; it-tailer knows bow it will.l.ulJ out
la rt Wright.
JW also bave tbe moM varied assortment of
! Kept by any Jhouse this Mile of the ftocly Mountains.
. u II mn ail nurn
Hemp and Manila Cordage,.
Artesian Well -boring Hope,
fottuu and Hemp Work
talvaolzed Marlue Hardware,
Pare Cupper Steatite, tl-lt-iOu.
Vrlluw .llrt.il, 11 to 24 oz.
t.MlTanlzrd Bool iulW all si .,
And ON E TIIOl'S.4M .nU ONK otber articles
too numerous to mention Allot" v. hi. b we will sell at
LOWEST RATKV A No Ar.t f.'r Perrr
Dnvla Paii Killer Bi muUb lJ I'irrrr'tBtiab
Uumm and l.nnrm. lr.
may2d3m A. W. PIERCE & CO.
ONE THOUSAND MATS,
IS" o . 1 Chinese Rice
Ootid oi- lnty Inicl.
J. T. Waterhousc.
jut 9 lm. .
Tbe D el in on i eo Restaurant
ON KlNli SrRF.Kr, next to Ca-tl- A Cooke,
Meals Cooked to Order at all Hours
Iximelie mid Suppers
ii5 and GO Cents.
iicard, per week, upstairs ii 00 ;
R. Oehllmiien $c Co.,
juulG lUl PROPRIFroR--.
KENG LUN CHUNG & CO.
Chinese Fancy Goods.
Al) kind" ofJ-iilk. Chinese? 'lot bintf. Matting. 1c.
No. 78 Nuuanu Street.
Mr. E. S. Ward.
(HTF OF WIl.rKCJ,
Attorney of the Supreme Court
C O N V K: V ANCEft'.
0c tbel Streat, (opposite tt CbartL), Honolulu.
Street, - - - Honolulu.
Telephone ISTo. 179.
LEATHER OFALL KINDS
The highest price in CASH paid for
M. W. McCHESNEY & SON.
42 Queen Street. iurh:U.
We will not he Undersold !
Prices Greatly If educed!
WE ARK PREPARED TO ELL THE BEST
Article of Manila Cordage at prices much below
tbe previona rates. Or. in other word, AS LOW
AS THE LOWEST, and perhaps a LITTLE
I.U W i-.rt : bicb ran be round out by callii
: by calling out
SOLLES & CO.
Honolulu, Mav 1, luili
Ex Steamer 11 Coptic."
An invoice ol a very uperior quality. all auaj see
Bolles $r Oo.
TO TRAVELLERS AND TOURISTS-
f HAVE MA
' enable me 1
AUK Sit II ARP.A.N'nEMKNTS AS WILL
to settle all the details of faref4, routed, aud
checking of Bugpnge fi-om these Iilaudfl to the Atlantic
Coast. I shall be happy to pive you all desired informa
tion, and u.ake travelling a easy and comfortable as pos
sible. J. WILLIAMS.
MiyC9 dti Fori Siroot.
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.
FOR SAX FKAXCISCO.
THE MAUNIFICEXT SEW lRuN STEAMSHIF
v'oinmaa Jer j
Is due at thin t-H.i-t ou or aHLut July Jt.lh. j.dJ ,
will be dispatcb4rd Lack
About Ausut 'Jtl.
Passage in this maguinc-nt steamship may be aecured
ia adranca by applying to
jun21 tf VTM. O. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
-, , . - no . . . , y . . v i
FOR SAN PRANCIS( O.
a ' amia-ixaK ,
TUE FAVORITE BARK
Forest Queen, j
.). H. VlXUI.4j. .MAVUK,
Will Have Qu;ck Dispatch for the Above j
For rreight or Passage apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
JUlll It AlTlBtl
Oceanic Steamship Company
For Iloiigrliong-, CliiiiM.
a. IIIE HHIlISIl SltAMKK j
Will Letfe for Uic tbte p..i
Ou or About Juu 15th, 18S:J.
Freight or Pass ige may he secured in advaa.-4- by appli
Wm. C. IRWIN & CO.,
apr!4 wtd. Aeeiits.
A. FRANK COOKE,
Corner Nuuauu aud Queen Sts.,
HONOLULU, H. I.
A GEKT T a? o n
The Following Packets:
A I Al A 1.1,',
K A MOI, KHTKal,
FLAG :-Red, with White Ball !
Steamer Likelike will leave Honolulu ea h Tuesday at
4 p. M., touching at Labaina, Msalaea Hay, Makena, Ma
bukona, Kawaihae, Laupahoehoe and Hilo
Returning will touch at all the above ports, arriving at
Honolulu each Sunday a. m.
TI1R I.IKELIliK Wild, L.U.4VK ilKK
WHAUF at 4 P. m.. and XO Freight will be receivai
after :i p. m. Due notice is fcriveu of tbis rule, and it will
be carried out. inivll WILDER t CO.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP CQfflpAfli
For tSan F'l-aiioijsoo.
THK SPLENDID ?TKAM?illr-
CITY OF SYDNEY.
Will LEAVt HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
ON OR fiBOUT JULY 2.
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND,
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE FOR THE (OI.OXIHS
ON OR ABOUT JULY 8.
For Freight and Panaage, apply to
H. H iOKFKLD k Oo. Agenm.
(ioadi for Shipment pi-r Strnmrr ran now
be Stored, Pre of Ch.ire, itt the- Firr-proof
Warehaataaear ihe Sipimer Wharf, mar
MESSRS. H. HAOiFKl D CO nr no prepare! to ia
ue RETURN TIC A ETA bolw een Honolulu an1 ao Fran
dsco for 125 the round trip.
For Europe via New York
EST A li LIS II F.I 4 4.
Two Sailings Every Week
FROM XKW YORK EVERT UEHVEsniV,
Kit I rt -4 ( f i F.kf.ttV ViNKOtt
RATES OF PASSAGE :
CABIN' 30 and flOO (;oi.l
According to Arcouiaixlation.
RETURN TICKETS 0- FIVoRtRi.E TERMS.
loUood accommodation" cao &liry b secured n appliratios
WII LI A vis fUMONl) CO .,
J A3. ALEXANDER, San Francisco,
State Street, Boston.
VERNON H 8KOfN 4 l.'O.,
4 Bawling Rr4en, .New York
Notice to Paaenger trotn Australia. Nrw Zeal&mt iu I Hoi
lulu The Cunard Line atfordu m -r- ih.n u-al Nciiitir to
through pie3?eT frnm Trina-Paeifi.; P .ri. the frequency ot
its sailing precluding all p xsibi,iiy or ,)mmv in Mi York
XT "ood AccomcKxlalioo alx-y. reae.-y,. I .
VERNON ll RR-ivVN s I'd .
met 4 boirhr.a Grern. N' Yolk.
Oceanic Steamship Corn'y.
Notice to Shippers.
E N E W WAREHOVSI.S OF THE U. S. s?. CO.
J. are now completed. Merchandise intended for xhip
ment by vessels of the above line will be receiveil free of
storagi-, and receipts issued lor tn-.
liisurauce iu merchandise while in tbe Warehouse at
Wm. C. Irwin & Co.,
A5EST! O S. S. CO.
411 ' ni
08TU EKITISM Oil !fll EC IMII.K
1 1 1 u v a' nee Oom t ny.
Established I OQ9.
Reour,e- ot thr iV.mj ,ny a t 31.-t l,,-eu.l-r, l.--J
1 AufWi.l Capital SiiM,i
i uWnU.l - .n-h)'.
S faiJ-up - .,vo.i
Fire Fund uj kfvrv at ai-t
iHTeuibrrSJ 1.07 l
5 L'fe and Aucuity FuuJi s..Vji
C-Keveme Kitv Branch . l.st
" Lite aud Annuity l!ram-h. 4S4.7?1
E. HOKFCHI.AEC.EK CO.,
nu L 11 Afieuts for the Hawaiian Ulaii.U.
Administrator's Sale of
BT VIRH E OF AN OltDEB OF SALE UKAXTEn
by the Honorable B.njaruiu H. ustiu suits an a
.Jadpe in Probate, on Ibe Olat day of May, A. D. l-A.l. the
nndersined will sell at l"ublic Auction, in front of the
offii-e ol 1). H. HirrilCOCK. Au. tioueer, UiU Island ol
Hawaii, at 10 o'clock A. w..
On Saturday, the 23 day June, '83
'"or Cash on the FxeruMou of Tille Peed
All tho-e 1 hive certain 1 Wojd.-n-frame
Houor bu.U1U..nd.h.e. .-,.all U .den Buiiain
n(.w bemi? aud .ituare t.u tb4-laud o. i..v i ... . i P.
Uilo. (livreuuder described in L..t .No. -.'). Thvse liuild
iuu to Be removed from the land bv tlt4- purchaser wit bin
two uiouth' from tbe ale. One of tbe DuihiiUK- i- a
latve Dwelhnsr liou-e and More. All can be ca.silv re
luoved ad All that certain pie.-e 4r (.as.fl ol Land uitu.itrd
at Mauhlii. Hllo. Inlaud ol Hawaii, and d.-scrib. d in Koval
Patent Xo. lCi5. It borders on Waiiuea .ti aia and con
tains 24 acre. To U? Hold without t!.o IiuildiuKs then on
and subject to two uinnthi priviK: f..r the purchncr9 of
tbe building to remove tt.em. A valuable investment.
Tbe above pr4p4-rt.v i a part of the etate ol Pctero Wa
hakane, dect aed. Title perlVct. I eeds at tbe expense i
purchaser. Taxes lor 13.1-4 to be paid by th? purchasers.
tST Further particular tuav be obtained of the under
signed at Honolulu, or of l. H HITCHCOCK. Auctioneer,
Hilo. Hawaii. W. Al HTIX WllITIXG,
Aiimitii-ti at.ir IVtate of P-t.-ro Wahakaua.
Jiteui' in j.l.-tc Jiusiui'Ms Suit, SiL.VI, at
22 tf Chas. J, Fishel's Popular Sturh.
. J. LEVEY Sl CO.,
Beg to notily tlie Public tliut they .
HAVK .NOW v;X HAND AND TO AKRIVK
resh Lot of Croceries.
B o t li A m e 1 i c a n anl In 10 p i a n ,
Khiih will cooipaie favorably with the t)t4x k ot iN Y h uhc 144 iuaii, 444 . t icb
Will Be Sold at a Rettssoiaafclij Price !
Raisins, Almonds, Walnuts,
Candied Peel and Assorted Extracts,
V I i K,
Perfectly Fresh and Imported Expressly for the HOL AYS I
Aud Purchasers will fin I it lo the'r A l V A T AG K lu ilial with u.
As We Guarantee 111 very Article I
Our Store ban just been Paioled and Renovated, ami every attention given to the wants and cum torts of our Customers.
W have a large fluff of Salesmen, which iutures prompt attention anil delivery tif Orders. We have also secured the
SOLE A-QEISrCY OF
ROBERTS' CELEBRATED CANDIES !
And we'll have C'u.. at truly on Kami a Larjce and Varied Assortment, coiuisling of
MAKSHIVi ALLOWS, CARAMELS, FRENCH NOUGAT,
ChKA.M BARN. I K A . Li T UAKS. JBI.LV A M KKI'll' lt H AKKS,
WAbXUT CKGANS, KGG t'HKAMS. A UKL KlOl), KXTKA LK.MON OliUHS.
And a I-Tiandred Other "Varieties
WK HAVK NOW O.N IIA.Ml AM) KXI'H T
A I.AU(iK AiSOItT.MKM OF
Fancy Candy Boxes and Morns of Plenty !
Island Oi-drs Solicited.
uri tf i
WOULD RKSPECTFULLY ANNOUXCK TO His FHIKNIW AND THE (JFNE
ral publ.c that he has opened a
exr Stove & House Fm iiisliiii" Slardu su e Store
IN CAMPBELL'S NEW BLOCK,
Opposite S. G. Wilder & Co.'s Lumber Yard, about JULY 1st,
iax-jl- A ITIJIXm lallVTE OF STOVES, cc.-
Good3 per " Discovery " from San Francisco, from
New York ; and also from Liverpool per " Oberon."
By the ' Discovery ' I have received the following Stoves & Ranges
ifc K A iA H A UA A ifu2Ue "D"e w,,h BUI"NU HKARTH and LARQK 30-lcB
OVEN, btmg a D4- feature ia a fanuly Range
'Hawaii,' Aloha' and Oahu' Ranges
AND THE WKLL KNOWN
rtiCTriMoisru k ngj i
Built to Stand Hard Work.
Wrought Iron Ranges for Plantation Use
! .-targe Assortment oi
mouse "us-aishing Hai'tlware.
Well Casing and Hydraulic Pine
P. OBQX 294 W"rk f A" mV Prmp,ly ,u"a t0-
We 'have JUST RECEIVRU
A PINE ASSORTMENT OF
LADIES' BUTTON BOOTS,
TIES, SLIPPERS, Etc.
DIRECT FROM PHILADELPHIA.
A. W. RICHARDSOJII & CO
CORNER FORT & MERCHANT STREETS
Notice of IirtgaSees Intention to Fore-
v Atv i 1 !: I v Sia WITH A I'OWEltOKMLKrON-
t a I V L t . i - .. Jb
TAIN i I tn a .,ain "r' HeVteU.b.r. 1879.
...... .u't'et, zt:i
at h,Wio Au.tion at S.I. .-rH.tu of K P- Vi
ur.lav, "vib d.y ..t Jam:. 11. at 12 ",uMlJ, 'V(1),u.
I. -a. Il.nl of O.Uu K f- UK ""JX
Funb. r t a.ti.-ul.r . au U bad .f 11. t. Vwktrtvu.
Notice of Mortgagees' Intention to Fore
close and of Sale.
IA V. ti:l.AN. i: WITH A POWER OF 8AI K CON-.
TAINi.U in a o. itaiu MjrtKe tuade by al.kala (wl.
andK.ikuk .t . 1!. 1. HI. kerl.m. dated Juue 10th. IMO.
I : eccnl" I iu l ib. rr., pah'f 17K iu tin Hawaiian Keg-latrjr
of l eU.
Notice i her. t'v Kiv.-n that .aid It. F. Hi. ker lull Intend
to foreclo..- Ni.id M. rtiiate lor ci'tiilitiona brokcu. and upoa
aid lor.N-lo4.ure will at-ll tbe Moifatrd lroierty at Fub
lic Ancti.'ii at !!. ! "sliM4-ro4m of K. 1". Adam" ou Saturday,
th day 4 1" .In :.-, lvl at li M. of naid ily.
Tbe pr. p. rty to If ..1.1 is ntut-.l at Waikiki, Ifland of
. 4ahn. and ti4-4..-i ibe I iu Koyal l atent So. 3174, contaiulu
4 4-UK" acrr-.. K. F. IlICKEKTON.
Pate.1 Hou. liiWi. June 0. 18. Mort-a(l4r.
Furtber j.a.n. ulart. can be had of ft. F. Bit kertou.
Notice of MortAgeea' Intention to Fore
close and of Sale.
IN AO'uKHANi E WITH A POWER OK fAl.K lX)N
T MNKl" iu a 4-eitalu Mortraijo made by Kauiakaulla
aiitl I'. H Mahoe tj A J t'aitwritjht. Aduiiuistrator of tbe
I Mot.- 4f H. . Holt d. 04-4-d. dal.-d -Jttt day of Septem
ber, IjsTS. Recorded iu Liber S7, pagi- 37 in tiie Hawaiian
Registry of IH 4 ,1s.
Notice is hereby ivu that Kaid A. J. t'artwrlubt la
ti'Dili to f.it-ecl'.H said niorttrae t T i-ondiftnua broken,
and upon Kaid fnrrchiNure will aell the Moitaag4-d prop,
erty al Public Auction at the Sah s-rvoiu of K. I'. Adams 011
Saturday, :(0th day of Juue, ISH'l, at 11 M of aald day.
Die Mortgaged property lo lie aold are lau la aituated at
Waikiki. lilau I 4 f iialiu. ' And alo all the share anil In
t4Tct of ftaiil 1. U. Mabo4- iu the Ahupuaa'aol AliouiauU,
Papua, and Mohiaa, situated on I-daud of Kauai.
A J. ('ARTWRIUHT.
I'ated IKululit, June '2, 1hs:i. Mortgagae. '
Further particulaia iiu be bad of R. F. Ulckertou, At-
t4jruey for Mortgage'.
All Orders will Receive oar Pertoual Attention.