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In Honolala, April Ut, the wife cf B. Magnet of
WATT Died at the Insane Hospital, of Apoplexy
Mr. Joseph Witt. He ra a natlie or Scotland. In
early life he went to America, and resided In Proti
denee, K. I., and vicinity. He came to tbe Islands
in 1SS0, and aince his arrival has been engaged ai a
merchant and choc' teacher. Durluj: the lat few
month I, through mental weakness and derancemeat,
he baa been at the Hospital. He was a man of stern
integrity and uprightness. Several of our Chlneee
merchant, are Indebted to him for their knowledge
of the English language.
J1ASE At Malumaln, Kauai, April 22. IMS, Jo
seph 1L Mase. for many yeara a resident of the
l.Uodj, and formerly of Klttery, Mrine, aged
MADDOX At Mafcawao, Maul, Apnl IT, IS, Da
Tid Uaddox, aged M yean.
COE-At Kasjoo. March 7th, 168, Albert A. Coe,
aged U yeara, a natite of Xew York.
JWXOLULV. AI'JIIL 28, litfS.
The foreign arrl'als aince our last iue are the
Maunaloa, from Poget Sound, with lumber to II.
Ilackfeld A Go and the . a 1 array, of the Ha
waiian Packet line, from Ban Francisco, with mer
chandise, paaaeugere and mailt, to Walker a Allen.
The datee firm San FrancUco are tip to the 4th
lost. ; the lateet quotation for gold waa IS. In com
mercial mattera we aee no dtange worthy of notice.
The cllpnec blp Klngftiber aailed with the Mur
ray for iLie p.Tt, being under a guano charter, and
arrived this afternoon.
Our Victoria adncea report the Robert Cowan and
echr Alaska a. hating aallrd for thin port vith car
goes of lumber, salmon, etc.
The bark Celestia, of the Hawaiian racket line,
ailed on Saturday, with a full cargo of sugar, mo
lasses, pulu and hides, and aome ten passengers.
The Hawaiian bark K. V". Wood, which li under"
going repairs, will aall for San FrancUco during next
Tbe Idaho will be due on Monday nelt, and will
aall on the 9th prox.
The D. C Murray la engaged full of cargo and
passengers, to aall on the Oth prox.
Fort of Honolulu, April 28.
April SS Brit, bk Japan, Suow, 60 days fr Sydney.
Am bk I). C. Murray, Bennett, 15 days
from San Francisco.
Schr Settle Merrill, fin KoIul,
Schr Kate Lee, from Lahaina and Makee'a.
2J SUnr Kllauea, fm windward ports.
Schr Actlre. from Kohala.
Sclir Mary 13'en, from trainee.
Fcbr Luka, from Hanalei.
Schr Miit, from Aoahola.
Schr Mauuokaaal. from liana.
Schr Ilattle, from SaoiliwlIL
24 li t Maunaloa, Klbklu, M days from rort
Schr MoikeiU, from Kona.
Schr Iarilda. from Lahaina.
Schr Tette, from Moloaa.
Si Schr Kamalle, from MolokaL
Schr Isabella, from Lahaina.
Schr Warwick, from MolokaL
27 Schr Nettle Merrill, from Koloa.
ZS Schr Iiliu, from Mololai.
Am clipper ehlp Kingfisher, 54 di fm S. F.
April 23 Brit. Lk Japan, Snow, for San Francisco.
Schr Kettle Merrill, for Koloa.
23 Am bk Jennie Prince, rrince, for Baker's
. Schr Iiliu, for MolokaL
24 Am wh bk Seine, Smith, to cruise.
Schr Kamol. fir KahuluL
Schr Mary, for Anabola.
Schr ManuokawaL fur liana.
24 Brit- bk Celeatia, Knapp, fr San Francisco.
Sell Kate Lee. tor Lahaina and Makee'a.
Schr Actlre, for Kohala.
Schr Luka, for UanaleL
27 Stmr KUanea, for in d ward porta.
Schr Mart Ma, for Kawalhae.
Schr Mary Ellen, for Walbee.
Schr Tette, for Moloaa.
Schr Kamalle, Tor MolokaL
Schr Warwick, for Moloaai.
BE IT REMEMBERED. THAT OJf
the 1st day of February, A. D. IMS, J. W. If.
KAUWAUI, of Lahaina. Iland of UauL haa depos
ited in this office the title oTa book, tbe richt where
of be claims aa author. In the words following, to
"KTJHIKUH1 0 KANAKA HAWAII."
Now, theretre, know all men by theae preeents,
that I, L. Kamehameha, H. II. M.'a 311niater of In
terior, iu accordance with a resolution of the King in
Priry Council, bearing date the 1Mb day of Februa
ry, 18M, and by Tlrtue of the authority in me Tested
by Section 1st of the general provisions of Article 4,
Chapter 1, of the Act to organlie the Executive De
partments laws ISIS and IMC-do hereby grant on
T w ii. KanwaliL hlf executor, admin-
Irtra tors and assigns, the sole right and liberty of
printing, reprinting, pubiuutng ana Trailing lire r-uu
book of forma in tbe Hawaiian lalanda, for the term
of ten yeara from the lith day of February, A. D.
In testimony whereof, a. L. Kamehameha, Ilia
Majesty's MinUt.r of Interior, have caused
fu S.1 tbe seal of the Interior Office to be hereunto
affixed, this 18th day of February. A. D. 1SS8.
Bl IT sixixznio, that on the 23d day of Februa
ry, A. D. 18C8, J. W. II. Kauwahl, of Lahaina, Island
of Maul, in accordance with Section 3d of an Act
TA.nMwram. l.arnlnr In thla Klncdom. by secur.
Ing the ccpiee of charts, maps and books to the au
thors ana proprietors v sum wjw, -I ' , "
the Slat day of December, 1564, haa deposited In thia
offlce a copy of hla book, entitled,
"KTJHIKCHI 0 KE KANAKA. HAWAII,"
The rlghte of which be cUlma as author.
In testimony" whereof, I have hereunto aet my
hand and caused the seal of the Interior De
ft. 1.1 1 Aliment to be alflxel, at Honolulu, this ISth
day of March, A. D. 1668.
FERD. W. IICTCUISOS,
U-jm Minister of Interior.
BE IT REMEMBERED THAT ON
tbe 4th day of April, A. D., 1868, G.
P. JUDD of Honolulu, Island of Oxhu, in
accordance with Section 3 of an Act "To
encourage Learning in thla Kingdom, by se
curing the Copiea of Chart' and Books to
tbe author! and proprietors of such copiea,"
npproted oa the 31 it day December, A. D.
1861, ha deposited in thia Office the Title
of his Book :
II I ; XEIUI FAIOXUa.
I Unuhiia a 1 KakaniU ma ka Olelo Hawaii.
Samcel C. Asdkkws,
Tbe rigbta of which he claims, ax Owner and
In testimony whereof I hare hereunto ret
my hand and caused the teal of the Interior
Department to be affixed at Honolala this 7th
day of April A. D. 186S.
- FERD. W. HUTCHISON.
1J Minuter of the Interior.
ALIi Persons Indebted to the late
Mary Goldstone, and all persons, having
claims against her estate, are requested to call
on the undersigned without delay and make
settlement of the same.
Honolulu, April 10, 1S6S-13-3 Administrator
D OWNER'S Kerosene Oil.
For sale by
U II. HACKFELD A CO.
FOR 8 AXE.
A COTTAGE, 36 x 18, NEW, BUILT OF
Clap-Boards, with a Shingle roof con
sisting of three rooms. To be removed from
the premises. Apr'y t0 . .
Itf-tr F. A. SCHAEFER A CO.
THE HOUSE 0N"uNt0N STREET, AD
Joininz the Government Premises.
Apply to -tf H.A.-.VIDEMANK.
RED WOOD JHIHGLES!
JtJST Received per D. C. Murray,
185,000 Best Bed Wood Shingles.
For sale cheap by
Jane 26, IS67.-11 DOWSETT A CO
Phases of the Moon for the month of April,
rxxrxaxn it care, najr't. Sims.
eth. Full Moon, 8 44 P. M.
ltth. Last Quartir, 0 03 P.M.
23d, Sew Moon, , 48 A. M.
29th, First Quarter 7 46 A. M.
h. m. h.m.
lat. Sun Rises, i &S a. n. Sun Mi,... S 11 r. u.
8th, Son ra.es,.... 5 M ' f on fet.,... 6 It
lith, gun 1Usm,...J44 " Snn Pets,... 6 18 "
231. Sun Rise...... 133 " Sun Sets,... 6 18
rth. Sun Rl.es,... 34 " Son Seta,... 20 "
Toe papers by tbe last mail announce the
arrival of General McCook In San Francisco.
Acctios. A Urge unction credit sale,
will be held by Bartow this morning at the
store of Iljman Bros.
Rouon Passxqe. Tbe Mauna Loa arrived
last Friday from Paget Sound with lum
ber, 53 dayspaseogc She met w 1th rough
weather SO miles off tbe Straits, losing In &
gale of wind her deck load ; she was thrown
upon ber beam ends, and only righted
again after prolonged exertion. A sailor was
washed overboard, but happily got back
on board again. After the gale, had calm
and light adverse winds. Her arrival relieves
the anxiety which waa felt aboct her safety.
Strawberries. A fine and large sized
variety of strawberry, .has lately nude its
appearance from a native garden In the val
ley. Tbe fortunate huckster, finds bnt little
trouble In getting purchasers, as his berries
are really desirable. One enthusiastic house
keeper found 'jy diligent observation, that
the quart mer.sure contained only C3 berries,
and that tbe largest one measured 3 inches,
in Its largest circumference. Honolulu will
yet raise two-mouthful-strawbcrries.
JxrAKESE Tea Punt. Wc observe that
the Japanese Tea Plant, is being Introduced
into California, and tbe Alia speaks of it as
a fine acquisition. Many of these tea plants
have been received through Mr. Van Reed,
and do very well here, but our climate Is not
favorable to their cultivation. One in Mr.
Derby's garden was in bloom, not long
since, tbe first specimen of its kind that has
flowered in this country.
In California this tea plant ought to do
well, as that country affords similar condi
tions, with its native liabitat.
The Koolau Case. Tbe woman Paahao,
who was nearly murdered in Koolau last
week, was brought over on Monday, and
placed In the Queen's Hospital. She was
badly Injured both arms being broken, one
elbow nearly severed, and severe wonnds
about the head. She is not fatally injured,
and will probably recover. Kaanaana, the
criminal and would-be suicide, is rapidly re
covering from bis wounds and will be placed
In prison to await his trial, as soon as he can
be moved. Tbe quarrel between the hus
band and lfe was most trivial, to lead to
such a tragic result
To Japan. The proposed voyage of the
Kate Let to Japan has been given up. She
was to have sailed last Saturday, and cargo
and passengers were all ready, but the news
of tho civil war now raging there, and the
prospect that the objects propoecd could
not be prosecuted, has postponed the trip.
Tbe vessel was not bound on a commercial
voyage, but rather for observation and In
quiry, as well aa pleasure, and while we re
gret the sound reasons which have caused
the abandonment of the trip, we hope, for
the sake of our commercial relations with
Japan, and the solution of several interesting
questions, that tbe vessel may be laid on
again at no distant date.
Court News. His Majesty returned on
Thursday In the XUauta, from the trip to
Hawaii, for the relief of the distressed peo
ple in Kan.
The King left Honolulu on the 13tb, pro
ceeded to HIIo, remaining there from tbe
15th to the ISth, was at Kcanbou on the 19th,
at Punalnn the 20th and Kealualu the 21st
The people at Hllo and the other places were
gathered by runners, and full inquiry was
made into the extent of their misfortunes,
and relief afforded. On the passage down
the steamer touched at Kallua and Lahaina.
Ills Majesty was received at the wharf by
the Staff, and landing under a salute from
Punch Bowl, entered his carriage and was
driven to the Palace.
Theft. Mr. Goodwin, (colored) whose
prefix of Jostah would lead one to expect
better things of blm than stealing pocket
books, came to grief In the Police Court on
Satnrday last, by being sentenced to two yeara
imprisonment and twenty-five dollars fine
and costs. It seems that on Tuesday night,
a week ago, Joslah fonnd an individual sleep
ing under a tree not far from the Royal Ho
tel, from whose pocket, by a rude dissection,
he extracted a book containing forty dollars
In green-backs. This currency not being
much In vogue In this kingdom, and being
useless to Joslah unless pnt Into current
shape, led him to confide them to another
person to be exchanged into coin. The po
lice got track of the green-backs and the clue
led straight back to Mr. Goodwin, who found
himself at once unpleasantly associated with
Uncle Sam's pictures, and nnable to avoid
tbe consequences of having unlawfully ob
Funeral or Judge Kxrxxk. Tbe funeral
of Hoc. Jona Kapena took place on Sunday
last The procession left bis late residence
In Xuuanu Talley about i o'clock r. m., pass
ing down Knuann street to King, and down
King street to the Kawaiahao Church. Fol
lowing the mourners was the carriage of tbe
King, occupied by tbe Chamberlain, in full
uniform, and tbe members of the Legislative
Assembly, wearing crape, the deceased hav
ing been one of the Nobles. A large con
course of friends followed the body. The
church was filled with people. The coffin
having been deposited in the broad aisle in
front of the pulpit, the services were conduct
ed by tbe Rev. H. It Parker. The reverend
preacher in his address gave a short bio
graplcal sketch of the deceased, followed by
remarks founded on the text, in Revelations
"And behold I come quickly and my re
ward is with me, to give every man accord
ing as his work shall be" At the close of
the services, the coffin was taken to the new
tomb, built near tbe church, and after an
appropriate hymn had been sung by tbe
choir, and prayer offered it was deposited in
its final rcstinir place.
Judge Kapena, tbe last rites to whose
memory, have just been performed, was a
man whose character stood unblemished in
this nation, and whose ablli occupied, were
ous positions or me, oy mm ana social reia
conspicuous. In his official ties, in the vari
tlons, he was admired and beloved by the
Hawaiian people. And his good name will
be cherished not only by his family, but by
a large circle of Irtenas.
Ocr readers will find the late foreign news
on our first page, and a very Interesting ac
count of tbe volcanic action on Hawaii on
our fourth page.
The Anchorage. The water between the
spar buoy and the bell bnoy, on the onter
anchorage ground, has shoaled from 6 to 7
fathoms since tbe earthquakes of the first
week in ApriL Pilot Mclntyre discovered
that where be had 11 fathoms In the usual
anchorage, now there are only The
shoaled place Is not very extensive, and ac
curate observations, which will be taken
next week, will show how far the slmyle
soundings already made, will be confitmed.
Tbe depth of tbe water In the entrancu has
not changed. Some think tbe reef on tbe
south-west side of the harbor bis been el
evated, as it appears more out of the water
than before, but tbe tides, which have been
lower than usnal, may account for this ap
parent rise In the reef. Old marks on the
coral prove that it has been growing slowly
during these many years past
8t. Georoe's Societt. The Annnal Meet
ing of the St George's Benevolent Society j
was held at -.he Public Hall on Thursday, the
23d Inst. It B. M.'s Commissioner and Consul-General
was present, and presided over
the business and entertainment of tbe even
ing. Tbe Treasurer reported 03 paying mem
bers on tbe roll. For tbe year past the re
ceipts have been : Balance on band, &0.S0;
Receipts, 1,001.K; Total, $1,0S1.60. The
disbursements have been (SU.34, for relief.
The Society was formed In 1601, and has "been
well sustained by our British residents, af
fording timely assistance to many indigent
and suffering British subjects. Daring tbe
past two years, twenty persons have been
assisted: some through sickness, some
buried, and others furnished with a passage
abroad. The Officers elected for the year
(the Queen's Representative being perpetual
President), are, Vice-Preeldent, W. L. Green;
Treasurer, A S. Cleghom, and Secretary, T.
II. Davics. About SO members sat down to
the cold supper which closed the evening's
work. Only two regular toasts were pro
posed by tbe President: the Queen of Great
Britain, and the King of the Hawaiian Islands.
The statements of the Officers prove that the
Society Is doing well, and promises a long
career of usefulness In Its chosen work of
benevolence and charity.
Positions Corrected of n very Danger
ous Group lluiinlng 'W.X.'W. from
the Hawaiian Islands.
Harbor Master's Office, )
Honolulu, April SO, 1SUS. j
To Uie Editor of the Hawaiian. Gazette;
Dear Sir: According to promise made
some nine or ten months ago to furnish you
with a list of Islands, rocks, and shoals be
tween this Port, China and Japan, whose
positions were well ascertained, I now en
deavor to fulfill that promise by giving you
a list compiled from various sources, princi
pally from Lieut Brooke of the U. S. schoon
er Fmnimore Cooper, Cant Brookes of the
Oamlia, Capt Paty, Capt Long, Capt Stone,
Capt Tengstrom, all w ell known authorities
In this ocean. I have overhauled many
whalers' log books (some scores), and ob
tained Information from both whaling and
merchant shipmasters, which was always
given mc with the greatest good will and
pleasure on their part
I likewise add a list of islands, rocks and
shoals laid down on the charts '? ' or doubt
ful, which have been looked for and their
positions sailed over, but no trace could be
found of them.
I may remark that strong currents or tide
rips are frequent, especially from 10" N. to
10 S. In this ocean, making a noise like
breakers and at times looking like broken
water for a considerable distance.
List of positions which I have obtained
from many sources of a very dangerous part
in the North Pacific, directly in" the track of
vessels bound to Japan and North Coast of
China proceeding from this port, hitherto
very imperfectly known.
Bird Island (SM ft high) 23 off X lat, 161 ST W
Ioor. West of Greenwich. Lieut. Brooke, TJ. 8. X.
Keckar Island (2SO ft high), 23 35 N lat, 164 39
W Ion. Lieut. Brooke, C S. N.
French Frifrate Sboel, S E extremity 23 41' Mat,
loss 04- y ion. X W extremity, 23 52" S. 166
22" YT Ion; S W extremity, 23 4T X lat. 166
20" Vi loo ; Islet on Beef, 23 46" X lat, 166 IV
W Ion, Capt. Brooke, bark Gambia. Lieut. Brooke,
U. 8. X.
Gardner's Island and Kocks (It 0 ft high) 25 01' X
Ion, 167 M' W Ion. Lieut. Brooke.
Maro Reef (breakers) extending six rnilefl X X Wand
S S E, 25 31' X Ut, 170 3TU W Ion. Lieut.
Lajsan Island (centre) 25 4S' X lat 171 42" W
Son. Lieut Brooke.
Bank, (soucdincs 15, 17, 20 and 40 fathoms) 25 36'
Xlat. 173 af Wlou. Lieut. Brooke.
Lisiansky, 23 OX X lat 173 42 W Ion. Capt Pity
Brook's, MiJdleton or Massachusetts Island, 23 13
Xlat, 177 ST W Ion. Capt Brooks. A depot
placed here by the l'.dflc .Mali Co., 1607. II. 51.
Pearl and Hermes Reef, X and S SO miles, E and W
60 miles, X E point 27 iff X lat, 15 45' W Ion.
various authorities (meauk
Bunker'a or Philadelphia Island. 23 CO X lat, 173
SO W Ion. Xot yet certain (doubtful) must over-
haul more of the whalemen's logs.
Ocean, Cure, Staver'a Island, 2S 25' Xlat, 179 30"
W Ion. Various authorities (mean). ,
Delaaare Reef or Shoal, 27 " 30" X lat 174 30 W
Ion. Very doubtfuL
Two Brothers. Very doubtfuL I may safely aay
do-s not exist Lieut. Brooke, U. S. X., Captain
Brooks, and Captain Paty.
Johnson. Smith or Cornwall!. Island, 16 45' X lat
169 30 W Ion, Lieut Brooke. 16 45' X 169
46 W Ion. by various others (meant
Howlands Island, 00 4S X lat 176 33 W Ion, by
Capt. Chiaholm, well ascertained,
taker. Island, 00 13 Ut 176 22 W Ion. Mr. a
A. Williams, well ascertained.
To be continued, commencing from. 160
rosmoss baiixd ovxa in ico rtacx or Lasn, xocxs,
X Ut W loa.
ParappaRock 21 3u- 161 18
Malloona IsUnd 19 24 165 21
Wilson Island 19 22 164 50
Shoal 18 28 170 30
Reef. 16 38 160 53
Shoal 14 50 170 32
Shoal A.... 13 30 170 30
Island , 13 04 168 22
IsUnd 11 2S 163 63
Pal iron IsUnd 10 18 165 25
San Pedro Island II 10 179 02
Island 8 20 170 00
Davis Island 6 38 170 05
IsUnd 6 33 166 03
Barbera Isiacd S 42 173 08
Beef. 3 174 32
JIaldn IsUnd . .. 2 57 172 45
Mathew Island 2 C7 173 26
POfITID-1 SOT TIT CXXTaTjr WHXTBZX XJISTI5Q oa SOT.
N Ut W Ion.
Reef. 10 04 179 21'
Barber Island 9 00 178 00
Knox IsUnd t 53 172 00
Reef. 23 45 164 GO
Camlra It land 21 32 160 00
Shoal . IS 30 173 45
St Bartholomew IsUnd 14 40 174 25
I have not yet got sufficient data to deter
mine positively on tbe above. In some log
books I find "appearance of land" while in
their vicinity, especially while near the posi
tion assigned to bt Bartholomew Island.
I remain, yours, most obediently,
JUST received ex J. W. Seaver,
a cargo of superior well-packed
40-tf n. HACKFELD A CO.
LATE FOREIGN" NEWS.
A London dispatch of the 24th states that
nearly all tbe troops had reached high table
lands, though the roads were found very
bad. The extreme advance had arrived in
tbe vicinity of Lake Asbarge. It met no
hostile opposition. The country yielded
little to support the army except meat and
flour, but a great quantity of stores Is accu
mulated at Antoro. A report received from
the interior states that King Theodore has
entrenched himself with tbe whole of his
army on tbe Tattanta plateau. It Is Impos
sible to ascertain whether this report is true
Dispatches from the expedition to tbe 27th
report that nearly the entire force had left
Zeola and commenced tbe march for tbe
high lands. The army Is in good health.
The general sanitary report is favorable.
The ascent to the highlands of Abyssinia Is
regarded as a very difficult undertaking, but
it is understood that General Napier will
advance by the safest and most easily tra
versed route. Tbe country is represented
as being very variable fertile and extremely
barren, alternately. Some of the mountain
passages are formidable.
The New Tork Jlerald't cable dispatch of
the 29tb says there is positive information
that Theodore means fight The native army
is in very strong position, two days' march
In front of Magdala. Theodore's camp is
surrounded by deep ravines, and he has 10,
000 warriors. His works are defended by
six large guns. Napier's forces move In
light marching order. The forage is scarce,
tbe roads are very bad and tbe soldiers are
suffering from dysentery and fever.
Another dispatch to the same paper, of
later date, says tbe Abyssinian expedition
arrived at Lake Ashange on March 6th. The
difficulties of tbe expedition increase as It
proceeds. The natives are hostile, the conn
try barren, and the roads very bad. King
Theodore has despoiled the country far ana
The British captives w jre safe and well on
the 17th February. King Theodore Is strong
ly posted, having guns and mortars defend
ing bis position on tbe table land, In the
neighborhood of Magdala.
Full returns of the Rhode Island election
show Burnslde, 10,033; Pierce. 5,731. The
Senate Is 23 Republicans and 5 Democrats ;
tbe House is CI Republicans and 7 Democrats,
with one vacancvin each House.
A LARGE BAY SADDLE HORSE,
on reasonable terms.
RUINAUT, perc fc His Champagne,
Carte Blanche, in pints and quarts.
For Sale by
II. HACKFELD & CO.,
15-tf Messrs. Ruinart, pere i fils Rlieiml.
STRAYED OR STOLEN !
'TjIROM THE STABLE ON THE ESPLA
JQ nade, on Tuesday night, the 22nd instant,
a medium sixed black horse brand mark 5S
with one bind foot white. Any one (riving
information that will lead to the recovery of
said animal, will be suitably rewarded by giv
ing information to
15-3t M. T. DONNELL,
At Leonard's Shop, on the Esplanade.
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
TAKE NOTICE, THAT BY A PROPER
order made in pursuance of an Act ap
proved the 27th day of April, inst, the term
of this Court will be adjourned from tbe first
day of May next to the 23d day of June next,
being Tuesday, at 9 o'clock A. x.
15-Gt Clerk of Supreme Court.
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS ON
the estate of the late Peter Hanson, of
Waiole, Kauai, are required to present tbe
same to tbe undersigned at Araioli, Kauai, on
-Friday, the 12th day of June, 1S63.
G. B. R01VELL,
THE UNDERSIGNED HAYING BEEN
appointed Administrators of the Estate
of Albert A. Coe, late of Kaupo, Island of
31aui, deceased, nereDy gire notice to those
having claims against the said estate, to pre
sent the same, and those indebted to the Estate
are requested to make immediate payment.
J. VT. AUSTIN,
FULL ASSORTMENT, FOR SALE BY
ll-3ra B0LLES A CO.
Cruiilicti Sn f;nr.
SMALL LOT, FOR SALE BY
ll-3m B0LLES A CO.
SSORTED SIZES, FOR SALE BY
HONOLULU U WORKS CO.
Wrought & Cast Iron Kettles
ON HAND AND MADE TO ORDER, OF
tbe Beet Material and Workmanship.
Every Description of
Steam and Water Cocks,
Valves, Gnage Cocks,
Steam Gauges A Injectors,
Piping Elbows, Tees,
India Rubber Packing,
All Kinds) of Brass IVork IVeat
BEST BAR IRON
On band and for sale, at lowest market prices.
Overshot, Turbine, Centre Dls
AND ALL OTHER KINDS OF
w ator W JtLools,
Made of either Iron or Wood, calculations
for which will be made on receiving tbe par
ticulars of Volume, Head, and I all or Water,
in any desired locality. One uf our Centre
Dijcharsre Wheels may be seen at the Kane-
ohe Plantation, where it is in full operation
and giving entire satisfaction.
W JLWD -MTT iT .,
OF ALL SIZES AND DESCRIPTIONS,
With Pomps, Made and adapted to any place
Wool, Pulu, CottonS Oil Presses
Made of any Size and Strength,
Combining all tbe Latest Improvements,
and composed of tbe Best Materials. One of
onr Wool Presses is giving entire satisfaction
on the extensive Ranch of Messrs. J. A F.
Sinclair, Island of Niibau, who may be eon
suited with regard to particulars. 12-3m
By C. S. BARTOW.
On Wednesday, April 29,
AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. M.,
At the Store or
On Merchant Street.
WILL BE SOLD ON LIBERAL TERMS.
A IrfirR-e Assortment or UTe-w
nml Desirable Goods,
Clothing Caaemere aad Otber Salts,
Fancy 1 Check Shirts,
Woolen Cotton Undershirts,
Woolen a Cotton Drawers,
Hosiery, Coats, Hats,
Cases of Boots,
All Samples Positively Sold.
TERMS AT SALE-
TUESDAY, MAY 4,
At 10 o'clock A. M., at Salesroom,
WILL BE SOLD,
And a vnrletT of other Articles.
DOWSETT & Co.
OFFER FOR SALE,
ON REASONABLE TERMS,
Corner of Fort and Queen Streets,
CARGO EX. BARK "VICTOR,"
N. W. Boards,
N. W. Scantling, assorted,
T. and O. Flooring,
Cedar Shaved Shingles,
Battens, etc., etc..
And a superior lot of Dressed Lumber 1 and
Also, the Cargo of the brig
An extra quality clear N W boards
Scantling of all dimensions,
Cedar shaved shingles,
Plank 23 inch.
Battens, etc., etc.
Xlicy linve also on liand n Full
Redwood lumber, dressed and rough ;
Redwood shingles, pickets, battens t siding;
Dressed cedar ; N W tongue and grooved,
planed both sides ;
Laths ; fence posts ; lattice, -in dressed jt w
A complete assortment of doors, window
sash, blinds, nails, locks, etc.
White sine, white lead, chrome green and
yellow, Prussian blue, Paris green,
black paint, yellow ocbre, Venetian red
red lead ; wbiting, rose-pink ; etc., etc.
Best boiled linseed oil, in casks, drums t tins.
Benzole and spirits of turpentine.
Barrels best California Lime.
BEST KAKAAKO SALT, in quantites to suit.
ASSORTED LEATHER, sheep and calf skins.
Ship Timber and Plank. 1 steam boilerand
Honolulu, January, 1S68. SO-tf
FAMILY DRUG ST0EE.
J. 31. SMITH fc CO.,
HAVE RECEIVED PER LATE ARRIV
als, a New Assortment of Drugs and
Sands' Sarsaparilla, Townsend's do.,
Ayers' do., Bristol's do., Shakers' do..
Root do., Ayers' Cherry Pectoral,
Balsam for the Lungs, Balsam of Wild
Cherry, Hypophosphites of Lime t Soda,
Compound Extract of Buchn, Capsules,
Thorn's Extract, Crossman's Specific,
Pills and Ointments, of various kinds,
Liniments, Plasters, Pectoral Fumigators,
Sponges, Hamburg Tea, Lily White,
Fumigating Pastils, Trusses,
J. R. Cook's Nipples, Nipple Shields,
Lubin's and Pinand's Extracts,
Toilet Articles, Lip Salve,
Indelible Pencils, a Stw Invention.
Hair Restorers and Dressings,
Syringes, Leeches, ete.t etc., etc.
Druses or all kinds,
Corner of Fort and Hotel streets. 11-tf
BOMJES & CO.,
PER LATE ARRIVALS.
Per Idaho onr nsual supply of
Flour in half and quarter sacks.
Also, per D C Murray,
California Lime and
A large assortment of.
Paints and Paint Oil
Manila Cordage assorted
Sizes from 1 to tjin.
Hubbard's Patent Zinc Paint
Best Boiled Eng Paint Oil
ll-3m Whitewash do, etc.
California Table and Fie Fruits,
Just received per Idaho. For rale by
ll-3m B0LLES A CO.
SMALL LOT OF SUPERIOR QUAL
ity, for sale by
ll-3m B0LLES A CO.
4 A A A LB STIRLING LEAD, in
,UUU cans, for sale low, by
ll-3m B0LLES A CO.
Portland &Rosendale Cement
HOR SALE BY
B0LLES A CO.
TEN THOUSAND Gallons of the
above Celebrated Ofl, to arrive per ship
Syren, direct from Boston. Enquire of
ll-3m B0LLES A CO.
Arrol's Celebrated Pale Ale,
In pints, for sale by
U-la, II. HACKFELD stv Co.
By K. P. ADA SIS.
ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 6,
AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. M.,
u3L"t Salosroom ,
Piano Maker & Tuner,-
OFFERS HIS SERVICES
tnw Tt,alrni anit Tiintn PifnAf.
, j t r, a -
I shaving tbe best of Strings and
Material on hand.
Orders left at the Family Drug Store, Cor
ner of Fort and Hotel Street, will meet with
immediate attention. 12-3m
SIX SPLENDID B0SEW00D CASE
GRAND UPRIGHT PIANOS
Patent AfprafTe Style,
ly for a Tropical Climate The
best toned Instruments ever Im-
Sorted. These Instruments are acknowledged
y the greatest Artists, at the last Paris Ex
position, as the best Upright Pianos that aro
One Cabinet Organ,
SUITABLE FOB A CHURCH 0B SCHOOL.
Tho above mentioned instruments will be
SOLD LOW, at the Furniture Rooms of
12-tf WM. FISCHER.
Eeccivetl per Idaho. For sale by
ll-3m B0LLES A CO.
THEO. H. DAVIES,
Ijtc Jnnlon, Green Sc Co.,
OjEfors for SoJLo
Assortment of Goods,
Suitable for this Market,
Per Gnrtitangr, from Liverpool,
Eobert Cowan, from Victoria.
Heavy Denims, Brown Drills,
White Cottons, Regatta Stripes,
Ticking, Turkey Red, A Prints.
Brown Linen Drills, Brown Holland,
State Hollands, Blue a White Checks,
Diaper, Fine Linen, Dowlas,
White Duck, Damask Cloth.
Alpacas Black and Faney Colors,
Blankets White, Grey, Blue, Ac,
Cloths Black, Blue, White, Green, Ac,
Coburgs Black, Blue, A fancy colors,
Flannels Bine, Black, Scarlet, Ac,
Orleans Printed White Ground and Fig
ured Colored Ground,
Tweeds Light A Heavy, ass'd patterns.
A Very Snperlor Assortment of Coats,
Pants and Full Stilts Light
Coats Alpaca, Tweed, Doeskin and Pi
Pants Bine Flannel, Tweed, Moleskin,
Doeskin, and Pilot Cloth.
Children's Clodktt and JIantlcsi,
India Rnbber and Tweed Waterproof.
A large variety of Crimean Shirts, best styles,
Heavy Jean Shirts, Striped A Print
ed Regattas, Extra Stout Grey
Merino Shirts A Drawers.
Common, Medium and Superior Saddles, Com
mon A Superior Side Saddles, Head
and Reins, A few very good
Bridles, and Electro
LACE &. aiVSLIN GOODS,
White and colored embroidered Grenadines A
Book Muslins, Fine Lawns, Striped and
Checked, Cambric A Lace Hand
kerchiefs, Ttpe Checks and
Laces, Bishop's Lawn,
A Small Lot of Very IIiinilomc
AND LACE CURTAINS,
6 to 72 inches wide, and i yards long, One
or two pairs to each pattern.
Silk and Cotton Velvets, Silk Handkerchiefs,
Pongees and Corahs, Merino and Felt
Hats, Assorted Wood and Bronie
Table On Cloth, Leather and
India Rnbber Belting and
Hose, Twilled Sacks,
Hawaiian, Eng-llafa and Amer
loi, Coope A Co'a Draught Ale,
Lea A Perrin'a Sauces, Pie Fruits and
Jams, Coward's Pickles,
Gosnell's fine Perfumes and
Brashes, Nobles A Hoare'f
Best Quality of Floor Oil Cloth,
Four Yards vide, and cut to any length.
Sogar Cooler-. jrron Pans,
Best Huup Iron and Bar Iron,
Pig Iron, Fire Bricks,
Roofing Felt, Ac, Ac.
ll-5t THEO. H. DAVIES.
OFFER FOB SALE
EX LATfS AESIVAL8 Y&.0H
NEW BEDFORD, BRBMHN
VANCOUVER'S ISLAND aUXSCXAISA
ASSORTMENT OF 600BSI
AT LOW PRICKS s
jgNGLIsn PKINTS & MUSLINS,
Turkey red cloth, Victoria lawns.
Bine drill, glased Unlng,
Black coburgs and alpacas,
All descriptions of clothing,
Calico, hickory and woolen shirts
Turkish bathing towels.
Cotton hnehabnek towels,
Jaconet and silk corah haadktreklefs,
Socks and stockin gs, f
Galvanised Iron water pipes a couplings
Tin plates. Ingots of tin,
Sheet sine, knives and forks,
Sailor's pocket knives,
Fine knives and stinors,
Munta'a yellow mntal "sheeting,
Monti's composition nails,
English, American and French saddles,
for ladies and men ;
American bridles and bits,
Burlaps, canvass, sail twine.
Bunting, Shepherd's long shawls.
Ladies' dress goods.
Black and blue broadcloth.
Cashmeres, silk umbrellas,
Cotton and union pants staff,
Ivoty and horn combs, . ...
Ladies' trimmed hats,
Gent's felt hati, gold leaf,
Wrapping and printing paper,
Portland cement, fire bricks,
Blacksmith's coal, rifle powder,
New strong oak barrels,
Stockholm pitch, hide poison, ' '
Coasters strong oak boats.
Havana and German CIjfHin,
Claret, Rhine Wine,
HOLLAND Onr, AND CKAHPA0NE,
Hunter's Extra Prime Pork,
Cases Itobstera and Assort'd Heatit
Planters hoes, garden hoes,
Ax handles, oak planks,
Cedar boat boards, hatchets,
- New Bedford whale line.
Boots and shoes, fence wire.
Cat and Chewing Tobacco, various kinds,
RED AND WHITE SALMON,
In casks, barrels and half barrels, for planta
tion and family nse.
100 tons Anthracite Steam Coal,
A full assor't of Hoop Iron and Rivets
at very low prices.
A small lot of Oregon Sugar Keg Sbooks.
jjtir Orders respectfully solicited.
II. HACKFELD A CO.
Honolulu, Nov. 8, 1887. 43-tf
Bazaar of Fashions
NEW AND LATEST STYLES OF
BY EVEEY STEAM EE.
Finest, Largest and Best
UIPOnTERS & WHOLESALE
AMERICAN CLOTHING, BOOTS,
SHOES, HATS, CAPS, GENTS'
To Inform their friends and the public at
large, that they will always keep the above
mentloced articles to suit the trade
their importations being direct
from the Eastern Elates, aad
by careful selections art
enabled to sell at
PRICES TO SUIT THE TTKB8.
Great care will be taken to suit all
purchasers, and hope ta merit
a share of the publio
N. B.-Hasters ofWhaleshlps and Merchants
from the surrounding Islands please taka
notice, you will Snd it to your advantage to
to call at onr Store aad axaraise oar fHrtoIr
HYMAN ., ,
Capt. Sfn-w's" KurWwr;,
Merchant St., Jksehfe, M. I,