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- HONOLULU JUSE 10. lfjGS.
Thi cte&mer Idaho aniTui at the wharf this morn
ing, bringl&g Sad Francfeco ditca of the 29th nlL
Our San Tnucisco advice report a. farther adranw
I n login. Wo wo In the papers a talo of Hawaiian
TOgax lij J. a Merrill & Co., at auction on the 27th
oltTiz: Pioneer MM No. 1, 12Jc; Koloa, 'o. 1,
1212-tt;WaIpaV9-85; the bark CelecUa arriTwl
OTer on the 24th nlt after a long pamage of 2
days which proved however quite fortunate for the
ahlpperi of angar, a her cargo wm chieflj No. J,
and aold at the following prices, rrfnccTille, 12;
Oaomea, 12c, cash.
The hark D. C. Morray was going In as the steamer
casie oat, .20 dajs from this port. The 51 amy Is
likely to leare San FranciKo to-day and will be doe
here alxrat the 24th InsU The CeleJtia will retsrn
with a caigo f redwood 1 amber.
The British achooner KInan was sold on Saturday
last at auction, by G S. Bartow, fjr the sum of
$2,600, Bowaett t Co., were the parchasers.
Tba bark Comet la loading and will sail about the
came time as the Idaho.
The IL C "Wyllle Ielt Hamburg, April 20th for this
port, to llackfeld t Co.
China Packet aalla next week for Hongkong and
will touch at Tokohama, If raffldent inducement
By a prirata letter from Capt. LoTtUnd, of the bk
Eagle, dated Yokohama, March Slat, 1808, we get
reports of the following Teasels:
Eagle, 110 bbls sperm; Ohio, at Strong's Island,
clean; I Illinois, at Pleasant Inland, clean; Monticel
lo, clean), Corinthian, clean; Kainhow, clean; Nile,
46 bbls; Three Brothers, clean; Washington, 400
St. George, clean; Win. Uotch, at Bonin Islanka, 100
X'ort of llonoluln, June 10.
June 3 Schr Mann oka wJ, from liana,
Schr Kate Lee. from Lahainaand Makee'a.
4 Schr Kona Packet, from Kona.
Schr Hokulele, from liana.
bchr Mary Ellen, from Wattiee.
5 Etmr Kilanea, from windward porta.
Schr Kamaile, from MoiokaL
Schr Warwick, from MoiokaL
Schr Hattie, from NawiliwilL
7 fcchr &I aril da, from Kawaibae.
Schr Mary, fruui Anabola.
Stmr Idaho, Conntc. I0j days from 5. F.
Sch Kamoi, from Kabul ui.
June 4 Schr Lata, fur HanaleL
AchrManuokawal, for liana,
Schr Ulin, for MoiokaL
6 Schr llokulele, for liana,
Sch Kate Le, fur Lahaina and Makee'a.
Stmr Kilauea, for windward porta.
Schr Mary Ellen, for Waibee.
Schr Warwick, for MoiokaL
Schr Hattie, fur NawIliwtlL
Schr Mary, for Anabola.
t Schr Marilda, fur Kawaibae,
Schr Kona Packet, fur Kona,
Schr Kamaile, fur MoiokaL
From Sin Francisco, per Idaho, June 9 B Mirks,
Mn Marks, Adol.h M WtUn. S C Powell, C D Kol.ini.
Sllcruird, Jl Sclilfcr, BO Weber, 11 G Hubert, W
Krnraacber, Mn O C CtiunberUtn, Miss M Howell,
K Laidlty, G Brew, Joi Ho ell.
ANY FEIISON HAVING IN HIS
. possession tbe 2d volume of Commodore
Wilkes U. S. Exploring Expedition Chart,
belonging to the Palace Library, will oonfer &
favor by returning the fame to
II. M.'s Chamberlain.
Honolulu, May 17, 1S6S. 18-tf
A? THE PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY
On Fort Street,
MAT BE SEEN THE VIEWS TAKEN
Late Lava Flow at Kahuku !
And the Effects of the Late
Eni-llniunlfc at IVIoIiinu, Knu,
Also VIEWS OF KILAUEA and othr
places. Cards of the Kings, Queens, Chiefs,
etc., all for sale at Low Pricrs. Also, Oral
Frames of all sizes, and a few Square Frames,
which will be sold cheap.
20-tf II. L. CHASE.
G. "Wilhelm, Baker,
THANKFUL FOR PAST FAVORS, RES
pectfully informs his Customers and the
Public generally, that he has removed his Ba
kery from the corner of Hotel and Maunakea
Streets, to Hotel Street, sear the American
BUTTER! BUTTER !
Superintendent of Molokai Dairy.
IRESH BUTTER RECEIVED TWICE A
1 Week, for sale by
20-tf S. CAVIDGE.
,f ADE ON OAHU, and for sale at
37 cents per pound, by
Licenses Expiring in June, 1868.
KK3TAIL., Honolulu lib. J 21 Thompson ; lit,
Mrs Black; 2d, Cutlet Cooke; 0th, WJohn
oo; 11th, J lloire; 13th. Ihhm k Co; 13th, J L
Lewis; 22d, An Gut ! 2M.C F Wafer; 10th, J Bur
click; Sth, II M Whitney; 11th. R Lore; Stth, Mrs
Ki-CRin: 13th, Foster k Co. lllh. Ah Chun, Halloa,
Oahu. Maul th. Eaulnnuele, IIidi; ltth. Kiwa.
koima, Kaupo; 1st T II Paris, tVaihce. Uiwiii
20th, Ah Qu k Co, Halloa; 30th, Allen t Oonwajr,
Kawaibae; Jth. Klko Xahaiuelua, Wairiio; 15th, I I
Spencer. Launahoehoe. I
WU0LESAI.E Uonolulo 2d, Castle k Cooke:
ISth, Griubaum t Co; SJ, Chung Iloon k Co; 19th, E
Hoffftch larger k Co; 25th, Lewers A Dickson; 20tli, J
Perry. 3d. Slolchen Co; 16th, MoMman k Son ;
10th, L L Torhert ; 30, Ahina A Apo.
WIIOLESALB BPIUIT Uonolulu Wth, E Iloff
pchliefrer k Co.
OPIUM Honololu 20th, Chunc Iloon k Co.
VICTUALLING Honolulu 12th, Kolte k Eruger;
1st. S Luller.
BUTCIIEII Honolulu 3J, J Kekna.
A COTTAGE, 36 x 18, NEW. BUILT OF
Clap.Boards, with a Shingle rcof con
sisting of three rooms. To be removed from
tho premises. Apply to
10-tf F. A. SCUAEFER 4 CO.
SIRS. F. II. IIATIIAAVAY
WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE
to the Ladies of Honolulu, that she will
be happy to do Sewing at her Cottage, Hotel
Street, opposite the residence of the late Capt.
B. F. Snow. 19-lm
A SMALL LOT OF SUPERIOR QUAL
L ity, for aale by
11-Jm B0LLES k CO.
FOR EVERY 0:E
TO IRRIGATE THEIR LAND CHEAP
Windmills for $150 Each !
-If) FEET DIAMETER, 6 INCH
j Stroke, with the latest improrements.
Kay be seen is the Honolulu Iron "Worki'
Yard in Operation.
The Tnrntable is constructed wholly of Iron,
and re olres on balls, which causes little fric
tion and makes it self-regulating. 19-lm
WE ARE PREPARED TO FCR
nish Fire-Wood of the Best Quality
Ohia, Koa, and Nenelean at ocr Landing,
near Hilo Bay, In quantities to suit.
HITCHCOCK 4 BROTHER,
For farther particulars, enquire of
Castle a Cookx, Agents. 17-tf
Phases of the Iloon for the month of June.
rCDUU ET CAPT. D13'L SSOTK.
4th, Full Moon, 21P.I.
12th, Last QuirUr, 11 42 P.M.
20th, Kew Moon, 4 HAM.
2Cth, First Quarter 7 19 P. M.
h. m. h. m.
1st, Sun Rie, S 22 A. . Sun Sets,. . . S SiT.x.
6th, Sanitises,.... 621 Sun Sets,... 6 37 "
1Mb, Sun Klses,...S22 " Sun Sets, . .. 0 38 "
22J. Sun KIe,....S2J Sun Sets,. . . 39 '
2th, Sun Kie.,... 25 " Sun SeU,... 6 41 "
Cait. JvUHN, of the Vintla, Prussian Navy,
has been promoted to be Admiral.
The Lackavanna arrived over at San Fran
cisco In 22 days' passage.
We are indebted to tho Fnrscr of tbe Idaho
and Bcnnct of tbe News Depot for files of
The annual examination of Fnnahon Col
lege commenced yetcrday,-nnd will continue
to-day, at 1 r. m. These examinations are
very interesting, and always draw a large at
tendance of parents and friends. The usual
CTcnlng rhetorical exhibition will be omitted
this year, but tbe social gathering will be
held on Friday evening. Tbe long summer
vacation follows the close of this term.
Bullock Driving. So long as driving
bullock through the Btrect is necessary, in
order to reach the snbnrbs of the town, there
will happen those repeated frights and not
unfrcqnent accidents which have hitherto
called public attention to this dangerous
practice. But if landed on the wharves there
is no other way except through the streets.
It would be a great public improvement if
tbe Assembly wonld appropriate $1,500 to
build a jetty on the west side of the harbor,
with a road n ay to the shore, and an ordi
nance that all cattle should be landed there,
and all slaughter house should be located on
tbe point makal of the prison. All tho work
of tbe butchers conld then be carried on
without annoyance to any one, and the cat
tle reach their pens without passing through
Religious IsTTLLiaEXCE. The Hawaiian
Evangelical Association areln session, being
occupied In bearing the annual reports from
the various stations.
The annual sermon on Foreign Missions
was preached by Rev. Dr. Gulick, at Fort
Street Church, last Sunday evening; that on
Home Missions will be delivered st the same
Church next Sunday evening, by Rev. E.
Rev. Dr. L. Smith, delegate to Marquesas,
returned by the Homing Stcr, and read his
report before the Board last "Saturday. It
has not yet been made public
At St. Andrew's Cathedral, lost Sunday,
Rev. T. Harris, the newly arrived Rector and
Dean, delivered his first sermon to tbe con
gregation. The pastoral letter of tbe Bishop
was read by Archdeacon Mason.
The Hawaiian and Foreign Sabbath Schools
will have a celebration on Saturday next
The schools will meet in hcir respective
churches at 10 a. m., and move in procession
tb Kawalahao, where, after appropriate ex
ercises, refreshments will be served to the
children. Messrs. A. F. Judd and TV. W.
Hall ore appointed Marshals of the day.
New Map. Tho Prussian Consnl, F. A.
Schacfer, Esq., has scut to the Board of Ed
ucation a Map or the World on Mercator's
projection, which has lately been Issued from
the press in Germany. In his letter sent
with the map, he says: "This Chart sur
passes everything in that line in accuracy
and fullness of detail, and, for this reason, is
eminently adapted for school and private
purposes. The Editors of this Chart, Her
mann Berghaus & Justus Perthes are men
eminent in Europe for their geographical
knowledge, and their names are a guarantee
for tbe correctness of this work." An ex
amination of the Chart shows that It Is not
praised too highly by the Consul, bnt for
reference and study is one of the best that
has been brought to tbe Islands. It is a
colored chart, and shows the latest discov
eries In Africa and the Arctic; tbe currents
of tbe ocean ; tbe direction of the prevailing
winds; the ocean routes for steamers and
sailing vessels, with the distances; telegraph
Hues; Polar ice and ice limits, and lines of
equal magnetic declination.
For Tariety of geographical information it
exceeds any chart that bos fallen under our
notice, and we bear that some have already
ordered copies through Mr. Schaefer. The
chart Is published at Gotha.
Me. Cobwin's Lectuke. The lecture on
the Mystery of 3Iotion, by Rev. E. Carwin,
was delivered at the Olympic Club Hall, last
Friday evening according to notice. Tbe
lecturer obtained the close attention of bis
audience, while be unfolded bis subject, and
proceeded not only to develop the myste
ries, about which some little curiosity bad
been felt In advance, but to shape them to
the argument of tbe lecture. In Dynamics,
he said, though many important laws bad
been discovered that explained the mo
tion of bodies, yet there was so much left
unexplained, and even to known general
laws there were such exceptional cases, that
mysterious motions are met In nature from
tbe microscopic world(up to the majestic
sweep of the Heavenly bodies. To assert
that natural law governs the movements
of bodies, Is not a development of the why'
and tbe how, bnt only the substitution of
the terms of a generalization, for that cause
which remains unknown still. The lecturer
drew illustrations of the exceptional mo
tions, to tbe great law of gravitation in the
Heavenly bodies, from the rotary motion of
the planets, their different speeds, and their
revolving in different directions, also to the
origin and relative determination of the
centripetal and centrifugal forces of orbit
motion. Exceptional movements may be
traced in the meteoric system, the motion of
comets, and the recession of tbe equinoxes.
The theories advanced to explain, the motion
of light, of crystalization, of molecular at
traction are still imperfect, and be passed
in a clear review many of tbe still obscure
movements in nature. The lecturer
ably showed that the first cause, which
science alone, cannot satisfactorily point
out, was by reason and faith clearly arrived
at tbe intelligent will of the Creator. The
student of science be avcrcd had illimit
able fields yet remaining unexplored, where
by diligent stndy 'he may gather laurels of
renown and honor.
The lecture abounded with antithetical
sentences, felicitous expressions, suggestive
words, a style which renders the public
efforts, of the lecturer, Tery popular hi this
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
Arrival of the " Idaho."
The J&dho. Capt. Connor, arrived yester
day at daylight, having left San Francisco on
the 29th nit, at 11 a. M., making tbe pas
sage in 10 days.
President Jolinson Acquitted.
Sas Francisco, May 29, 1SGS.
After a most unaccountable silence on the
subject of impeachment for nearly two
weeks, the telegraph this morning gives ns
the following brief and unsatisfactory dis
patchnot a word more.
WASnrsOTOX, May 2GUl Senators Fessen
den, Fowler, Grimes, Henderson, ' Ross,
Trumbull and Van Winkle Toted "Not
Guilty;" the rest voted as before. The Court
than adjourned tine die.
Thus ends the judicial trial of the Presi
dent. The verdict, though distasteful and
galling to the leaders of the Republican par
ty, will be accepted quietly by the country.
The Republican Senators who voted for ac
quittal, will, despite that liberty, which was
their right, to vote according to tbe ev'dence
and their consciences, doubtless receive po
litical martyrdom at tbe hands of their own
party. This grave and solemn trial, which
has not disturbed at all tbe commercial and
social-interests of the country, will ever be
regarded as .another proof of the stability
and power of American institutions.
Union Republican Convention.
This body met in Chicago on tbe 20th nit.,
as had been previonsly determined npon. Its
proceedings were entirely harmonious, and
much more brief than had been generally
Gen. Grant bad long since been nominated
for the Presidency by tbe people, and it re
quired this Convention only to go through
the form of nomination, or rather ratifica
tion, In order to give greater satisfaction.
This was done by the Convention on the
21st. Gen. Logan rose and said :
"In the name of the loyal citizens, soldiers
and sailors of this great Republic; in the
name of loyalty, liberty, humanity and jus
tice; In the name of the National Union Re
publican party, I nominate as candidate for
Chief Magistrate of this nation, Ulysses S.
Six hundred and fifty votes were cast in
all. On the Vice-Presidency there was some
thing of a contest. The first ballot resulted
Wade, 149; Fcnton, 125; Wilson, 119; Col
far, 112; Curtln, 51; Hamlin, 23; Harlan, 10;
Speed, 22; Cresswell, 14. Second ballot
TVadc; 170; Fcnton, 150; TVilson, 113; Col
far, 145; Curtln, 40; Hamlin, CO. On the fifth
ballot, a break occurred In favor of Colfax,
Iowa leading olT, followed by Pennsylvania,
and others falling rapidly Into line, until the
nomination was made unanimous. The ticket
therefore, stands, "Grant and Colfax."
The Democratic Convention meets in New
Tork July 4tb. For their candidate Chief
Justice Chase is spoken of; also, Gen. Han
cock, Gov. Seymour, and Gov. Haight,
London, May 16. An ecclesiastical depu
tation waited upon tbe Queen at Windsor
Castle yesterday, and presented an address
from the Hierarchy of the Irish Church, giv
ing their views as to tbe great changes con
templated. London, May 23. Mr. Baxter, member for
Montrose, on Monday night moved as an
amendment to the Scotch Reform Bill, that
the number of Scotch members of the House
of Commons be increased by taking tbe fran
chise from some of the small English bor
oughs. This amendment, which was opposed
by tbe Ministry on Monday night, but carried
on a division, was last night accepted. The
Premier subsequently proposed, on the part
of the Ministry, a new clause, that persons
excused from the payment of rates by reason
of their poverty, shall not be entitled to
vote. Further consideration of the bill was
In the Commons, Disraeli moved a vote of
thanks to the commander of tbe Abyssinian
Mr. Reardon, member for Atblone, gave
notice that he would .propose the following
question to the Government: "If the health
of tbe Queen Is such that It detains her Ma
jesty from London, that the Ministry advise
abdication." Tbe question was ruled out of
Advices from Sydney.inauticipation of the
overland mails, say that Prince Alfred left
for England In command of bis ship the
Galatlca. He was well. The attempted as
sassinator of tbe Prince was executed on the
22d of April.
Official dispatches from Gen. Napier were
received to-day. The army bad reached Zam
boord, and will soon embark for England.
A portion of the native Infantry has already
sailed for Bombay.
London, May 24. Tbe effort to prove an
alibi In tbe case of Barrett, the Clerkcnwell
conspirator, failed, and his execution will
take, place at the end of the week for which
he was respited.
London, May 19. Hungary asks the treaty-making
power to negotiate with the
United States of America n Convention by
which she may fully participate in the benefit
of the treaty lor the protection of naturalized
citizens, recently concluded by tbe American
Government with the North Germany Con
federation. London, May 22. Dispatches from Rome
state that the Pope has united with tbe Ro
man Catholic Bisbops of the United States
to raise 1,000 volunteers for the Papal Army,
authorizing them to make such terms with
the recruits as they may consider necessary
We arc Indebted to our Hawaiian Consul,
Mr. Van Reed, for full files ol the Japan pa
pers, with dates up to April 28th. TVc notice
the 7Iiogo and Otaia Herald, a new paper
printed at Hlogo, also that some numbers of
the Japan Gazette is printed on Japanese
The ram Stonevatt arrived April 23, after a
run of 29 days from Honolulu. The Timet
She came In flying the Japanese flag, and
yesterday a number of Satsnma men went
off to sec bcraud were very anxious to take
possession at once. Capt. Brown, however,
the American officer in charge preferred first
to consult with General Van valkenburgh on
the subject, and the result of this conference
was that abont 6 p. M. the Japanese flag was
hauled down, and thcAmerican ensign hoist
ed, and under this flag she lies at present.
Tbe question of ownership, In the present
state of affairs here, and while the balance
sheet between Shogoon and Mikado is still
tin struck, is by no means an easy one to solve.
It is a noteworthy circumstance that tbe Ha
waiian Government advanced some thousand
dollars to help tbe vessel of tbelr new allies.
But for this, tbe StoneteaU would to-day have
been lying in the harbor of Honolulu.
Tbe foreign ministers bave all returned to
The war still rages, but Satsuma's star is
declining, as be has already fallen out with
some of bis party, Daimlos, and it Is not un
likely that the Tycoon may recover his posi
tion. The Mikado ogees to assume all treaty
obligations which have been entered Into by
the Tycoon, but there are great outrages com
mitted by his troops who are poorly restrain
ed. Toti Zenzaburo, tbe officer who attacked
the foreigners at Hlogo has been executed.
On the Stb of March, some sailors from the
French fleet were surveying the harbor of
SaJirl, a euourD slew miles lrom usaK, wnen
they were attacked by armed Japanese, with
out provocation. Eleven were killed and
The French MInisttrat once demanded the
arrest and execution of those men of Prince
Tosa who bad committed the act, a personal
apology from tbe Prince of Tosaand the Mi
kado's government on board the French res-
sel, and a money Indemnity of, $150,000 for
tbe lamlllcs oi tne Kiueo. v.
Satisfaction has been elven-as demanded.
Twenty-two men were selected and sentenced
to be executed, bnt after eleven were execut
ed the Frenih minister expressed himself sat
Isfled with man for man, and the remainder
were reprieved at his request.
The Mikado's soldiers, in marching along
the Tokaido (or national military highway)
towards Tedo, straggled In large numbers
into Yokohama, apparently under no control
or order. They entered native and foreign
houses, and, when intoxicated, acted in a
rude manner, and in one instance pulled a
f;old car-ring ont of the ear or an English
ady. Tbe people were alarmed and excited.
Tbe Great JlepMie broke her shaft when
330 miles from Brooks Island. 8ent up spars,
and under sail and the port wheel, made the
balance of the run to Yokohama In 14 days.
We notice that Rev. E. Corwin is booked
for San Francisco by the Idaho, next week.
His usual summer vacation will be spent this
year on the Coast, where he has many friends,
and his pulpit eloqnence is not unknown.
The weather has been cloudy and unsettled
the past few days. Abundance of rain has
fallen, causing freshets in the Nuuann stream.
On Kauai, the freshets have been very heavy,
and destructive to the rice fields. Tbe season
Is late, but not more so than last year, and
wc may hope to bave still more rain ere the
"dry and heated term" comes upon us. The
plantations are incommoded in their grind
ing, but the growing cane flourishes under
the genial and warm rains.
Prophetic. In a private letter from Kona
wc find the following latest intelligence,
from the prophet Knona, who lately spent a
few weeks in the Insane Asylum. The
prophet started to Heaven last Wednesday
np a pride of India tree. He had gone some
way when the Lord spoke, saying Kaona !
Kaonall stop, hold fast, your time has not
come yet, go and do as yon have been doing,
there are many unconverted among you yet
He then came down. There were only a
few, his deacons, who heard the voice, be
Distkict Court at Waimea. The liquor
business In Waimea, Hawaii, has experienced
a notable check in having been brought be
fore tbe District Court and the parties made
to show cause why tbey were setting the law
at defiance. On May 25th, 2Cth, and 27th
fourteen persons, charged with either distil
ling, or furnishing liquor to natives, were
tried by the Magistrate, Frank Spencer Esq.
Judgement was entered against ten, amount
ing to $1,325. One paid the fine of $100
In Court and was discharged. Five of
the prisoners plead guilty to the charges and
five appealed to the Local Circuit Judge Na
alpakai. Two cases are continued to the 5th
of June, and nolle prosequi was entered by
the Crown lu two cases. Tbe prosccntion
was conducted by E. Hitchcock Esq. Wai
mea has for a long time been noted for dis
regard of the liquor laws,. and we believe
the vigorous efforts being made both by Dep
uty Sheriff Chillingworth and the Magistrate,
will soon work a complete reform in this
SSORTED SIZES, FOR SALE BY
ll-3m B0LLES A CO.
California Table and Pic Fruits,
Just, received per Idaho. For sale by
ll-3m B0LLES & CO.
Received per Idaho. For sale by
ll-3m B0LLE3 i. CO.
Supreme Court, in Equity.
Elisabeth Humphreys, Complainant, vs. Will
iam P. Ragsdalc, Defendant.
BY virtue of an order issued from
the Supreme Court of Eqnity of the Ha
waiian Islands, on the Sth day of June, A. D.
186S, in a certain canse lrhercin Elizabeth
Humphreys is complainant, and William P.
Ragsdale defendant, it was ordered that all
the right, title and interest of the said William
P. Rasgdale in, and to all and singular, the
mortgaged premises set forth and described in
the mortgage of the complainant be sold at
public anction, to satisfy the demand of tbe
complainant, for the sum of $340 59. I shall,
On Tuesday, the 9th day of July next,
at 12, v., on the premises, situated in Hono
lolu, on King street, sell at public auction tho
following described property, with the build
ings situated thereon, to wit:
" He palapala hoolimalima keia I hanaia a
hooboloia i kcia la mua o Ianuari,M. H. 1866,
manacna o C. Kanaina, he makua a he kahu
malama waiwai hoi o II. K. Kapakuhaili, no
Honolulu, mokupuni o Oahu, ma ka aoao mua,
a me William F. Ragsdale, (1'ila), no ia wabi
hookahi no, iaa ka aoao elua. Ke boike net
ka mea nona ka aoao mua. i oleloia maluna, na
hoolimalima aku oia, a ma kcia palapala ke
hana nei oia me ka ae aku, a me ka hoolima
lima aku i kn mea nona ka aoao elua a me .
kona man hooilina a mau hope, i kela pahale
a pau loa e waiho nei ma ke knlanakauhale o
Honolulu, mokupuni o Oahu, a penci na pale
na, ma ka aoao ma Ewa, pahalo o W. L. Moe
honua; makn aoao mauka, ke Alauni Alii;
ma ka aoao ma Waikiki, kahi alanni ololi e
pili pu la me ka pa o John II a me Kapoli ;
ma ka aoao makai, ka pa o ka haole e noho
hoolimalima hi, oia o Alex. Campbell. E lilo
ia pahale ma ka hoolimalima i ka aoao elua,
no na makahiki he umi, e hoomaka ana mal
ka la aku i hoikeia maluna, no na dala he $25
no ka makahiki hookahi, hookahi manawa e
hookaa'i ma ka la mua o Iannari o kela ma
kahiki keia makahiki e hookaa mat he $25, a
pela no e bookaa't a pau na makahiki I oleloia
maluna. A ina i uku pono ole mat ka aoao
elua i ka aoao mua i ka nku i aelikeia maluna,
a i ole ia, u& maiama pono oleia a hooko pono
oleia hoi na mea I hoikeia maloko nei, alaiia,
e hiki no i ka aoao mua ke lawe i ka pahale a
me na mea a pau e kn ana maloko o ia pa, a
me na mea a pan e pili ana malaila, i mea e
kaa'i kona aie, ke manao oia e hana pela.
Eia hoi, ina e pau ka wa o keia hoolimalima
ana, a i manao ka aoao elua e hoolimalima
hou, pono e olelo hou ia ka hoolimalima ana.
Eia kekahi mea i aelikeia e na aoao elua, e
mau no ka noho ana o Mrs. Keaka, w, a me
Palena, w, maloko o ia pa, a me ke ku ana o
ka hale, ke manao laua pela, oiai ka lilo ana o
ka pa i ka aoao elna. Eia kekahi mea i ae
likeia e na aoao clna, na ka aoao elua no e nka
i na auban a ran o ke auponi e kauia ana ma
lum o ua pa la e oleloia nei, nona ma keia hope
aku. Eiakekahi mea i aelikeia e na aoao elua,
ka wa i hoolimalima ia ai nia keia palapala, aole
mana o ka aoao elua e hoolimalima hou me ka
aoao mna co ua pahale la, alalia, e- hoihoi mai
ka aoao elua i ka mna i na pa la me ka hoor
poino ole, me na mea a pan e ku ana maloko
0 ua pa la, a me na mea a pau e pili ana
ilaila o ka aoao elua i oleloia mil ana, ua ike i
na oldlo a pan o keia palapala me ka hoapono
a ke hoohik! nei e hana a e hooko loa me ka
pololei i na olelo a pan i kakaoia maloko nei,
n&'u iho a me ko'a man hooilina a man hope.
I boike no keia ke kakau neimauai na inoa
ponoi me ko rcaua lima iho, me ka hoopili mai
1 ko mana sila, i ka la a me ka makahiki i
(Signed,) CHAS. KANAINA,
WILLIAM P. RAGSDALE.
Unless ihe said decree, interest, costs of suit
together with my fees and commissions are
previonsly paid. W. C. PARKE,
Honolulu, June S, 18C3. . 21t
rnXGER BOSSE. In Bremen, North Germany,
April 18, Ferdinand Pfluger, .., to Hiss Johanna
CUTBEU In San Francisco, May Sth, Wm. XL
CutreU, formerly of this city.
New Charts of the World.
Y BERGHAUS GOTHA, Just Received
1 and For Sale by
It E. UOFFSCHLAEQER & CO.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
.theJCOnALA SUGAR CO., held at the
Counting-Room of Castle L Cooke on the 6th
of June, the following officers were chosen for
tbe ensuing year:
J. Mott Surra, President,
J. WicnT, Vice President,
DAs'LSuiTn, See. and Auditor,
S. N. Castle. Treasurer.
It DAN'L SMITH, Seo'y.
THE UNDERSIGNED, intending
to leave this Kingdom, hereby requests
all persons indebted to him to mako immedi
ate payment, and those having claims against
him will please present the same for settle
ment. 21-tf C. FRED. PFLUOER.
, JUST RECEIVED
FROM SAN FRANCISCO!
Per Steamer " Idaho."
JjlRESH CALA. BACON,
New California Hams,
New California Cheese,
New Cola. Smoked Beef,
Boxes Layer Malaga Raisins,
New Facifio Cod Fsh,
New Oat Meal, 10 tb bags.
New wheat Meal,
New California Potatoes,
For sale low by
21-tt H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.
- Per Steamer Idaho!
Best Japan Tea.
A VARIETY OF SILKS!
Selection of Ivory
FOR SALE BY
21-it AFO.T'6 & ACIIKCH.
If you want
Nice Streaky Bacon, call at the store of
If you want
Very nice Hams, 6-Ib each, call at the store of
if you want .
The Best Butter In the place, mode under the
supervision of M. Meyers, call at the store of
If you want
The Best Groceries in the place call at
If you want
To buy Goods Cheap for cash, call at the
If you want
To buy JobHng Lots, call at the Store of
If you want
Very Fine Teas Japan, Oolong, Soucfiong,
Flowery pekoe. Orange Pekoe, London
Breakfast, call at the Store of
i S. SAVIDGE. .
I;F you want
Cream Cheeio, and Steel's Cheese, call at the
Oats, Bran, Barley, Corn, Cracked Corn, for
saIo cheap by
Supreme Court In Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of John Palo
ma, late of Honolulu, Oahu, deceased.
PROPER application having been
made to the Honorable R. G. Davis, Jus
tice of the Supreme Court, by A. S. Ckghorn,
Administrator, for a final settlement of the
accounts of this estate, and s discharge from
further responsibility in the premises.
Notice is hereby given to all persona it may
concern, that THURSDAY, tbe 18th day or
June insL, at 10 o'elock in the forenoon, is a
day and boar appointed for hearing the said
application for settlement of accounts, etc.,
and all objections that may be offered thereto,
at the Court House, in the town of Honolulu.
21-2t -Deputy Clerk Supreme Court.
By C. S. BAHTOW.
THE SALE OF RETAIL, STOCK
Advertised to take place on WEDNESDAY,
Jane 10th. at the Store of Mr. J. E. Chap
man is" postponed until further notice.
On Friday, June 12,
At lfl o'clock A. M., at Soles-Room,
A VARIETY . OF MERCHANDISE!
Dry Goods, Gftden Tools, Boxes of Bread,
Tobacco, and sundry other articles.
Second Judicial Circuit.
In the matter of the Estate of David Maddox.
PROPER application hnv-ing been
made to the Presiding Judge of this
Court by J. D. Harekost, Attorney in fact for
Nunc Maddox, the widow of David Maddox,
late of East Maui, deceased, praying that Nune
Maddox and the Rer. Joseph P. Green may be
appointed Administrators npon the Estate of
the said David Maddox.
Notice is hereby given that this matter will
be heard at tbe Court House in Lahalna, on
FRIDAY, the 26th day of June Inst., at 9
o'clock A. . L. McCULLY,
21-3t Clerk Supreme Court.
In the Supreme Court
Of the Hawaiian Islands Oahu, s.s.
Catherine McGuire, Complainant, ts. Alexan
der McGuire, Defendant.
Action brought before the Honorable Eliaha
H. Allen, Chief Jnstice of the Supreme
Court, at Chambers, upon petition this day
filed in the Supreme Court of the Hawaiian
SUMMONS to Alexander DIcGnire,
Defendant, greeting: You are hereby
summoned by order of the Hon. E. II. Allen,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, to be and
appear before the said Chief Justice at his
Chambers in the City of Honolulu, Island of
Oahu, on WEDNESDAY, tho I6th day of
DECEMBER, A. D. 1868, to show cause why
Catherine McGuire, Complainant, should not
recover a judgment and decree of this Hon
orable Court divorcing her tho said Complain
ant from the bonds of matrimony now exist
ing between her and the said Defendant, on
the grounds of willful desertion and adultery,
all which is fully set forth in the petition
filed in this cause. And you are hereby noti
fied that if you fail to appear and file an an
swer to the said petition as above required,
the said Complainant will apply to this'Court
for the relief therein demanded.
Witness tho non. E. H. Allen, Chief Justice
l. s. of the Supreme Court at Honolulu, this
Stb day of June, 1863.
20-6m L. McCULLY, Clerk.
D VINART, pere & fils Champagne,
JA Carte Blanche, in pints and quarts.
For Sale by
n. HACKFELD i CO.,
15-tf Messrs. Ruiuart, pere k fils Rheims.
.HONOLULU IRONWORKS CO.
Steam B oilers,
Wrought & Cast Iron Kettles
ON HAND AND MADE TO ORDER, OF
tbe Best Material and Workmanship.
Ercry IccriptIon of
Steam and Water Cocks,
Valves, Guage Cocks,
Steam Gauges k Injectors,
Piping -Elbows, Tees,
India Rubber Packing,
All Kinds of Brass TSVorlc Neat
BEST BAR IRON
On band and for sale, at lowest market prices
Orcrsliot, Turbine, Centre !
AND ALL OTHER KINDS OF
Made of cither Iron or Wood, calculations
for which will be made on receiving tbe par
ticulars of Volnme, Head, and Fall of Water,
in any desired locality. One of onr Centre
Discharge Wheels may be seen at the Kane
ohe Plantation, where it is in full operation
and giving entire satisfaction.
OF ALL SIZES AND DESCRIPTIONS,
With Pumps, ilailo and adapted to any place
Wool, Pulu, Cotton & Oil Presses
Made of any Size and Strength,
Combining all the Latest Improvements,
and composed of the Best Materials. One of
our Wool Presses is giving entire satisfaction
on tbe extensive Ranch of Messrs. J. k F.
Sinclair, Island of Niihau, who may be Con
sulted with regard to particulars. 13-3m
COOI.Ii: and EXTRA. For
sale in quantities to snlt by
A. S. C LEGHORN,
30-ly Agent Honolulu Rice MIU.
SOLE and Saddle I-entlicr,
tanned coat skins, for sale by
A. 8. CLEGHORN,
30-ly Agent Waimea Tannery.
BOL.L.ES & CO.,
PEE LATE ARRIVALS.
Per Idaho our usual 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 4in.
Hubbard's Patent Zinc Paint
Best Boiled Eng Faint Oil
ll-3m Whitewash do, etc.
Portland &Bosendale Cement
lOU SAXE BY
BOLLES k CO.
A HA ft 1,158 STIRLING LEAD, In
cans, for sale low, by
. BOLLES k CO,
WE KEEP A FULL STOCK OF THIS
article, and are receiving fresh supplies
by every packet, for sobs at the lowest pikes at
51-3m BOLIBS k CO.
Br. K P APAMSf
California ProAice" at Anfitrofl f
On Wednesday, June lOj" ;
At 10 o'clock A. M., at Salesroom, will G teM
34 sacks California Oats,
30 sacks California Bra9,
16s)acks Cote. Red.Bea, -300
sacks Cak. Potatoes,
Eitts Salmon BeiKos,
and Oregon Dried Afples, just received per
Comet and Idaho.
JAMES L. LEWIS,
C00PR AND GAUGEIj
AT TSB OXJ3 MHAXTB,
Corner of King and Bethel Sta.
stock of OIL
all kinds of
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
He hopes, by attention to business, to merit
a continuanco of the patronage which he has
heretofore enjoyed, and fonwhlch he now re
turns bis thanks.
mEN THOUSAND Gallons of tbe
L above Celebrated Oil, to arrive per ship
Syren, direct rrom Boston, tnquire or
ll-Sm BOLLES k CO.
IS IU1 A Ul .
EULL FILES OF THE FOLLOVV
ing Publications) iC'-V
Hawaiian Spectator, 1838-9. sitas
S. I. Mirror and Commercial Gazette, 1909.
Vol. 7 of the Polynesian.
Hawaiian Cascade and Miscellanyt.181-43r
The Monitor, (monthly) 1845.
Oahu Fountain, 1847.
Transactions R. U. Agricultural Society.
The Amateur, 1852.
New Era and Argus, 1853-55.
S. I. Monthly Magazine, 1858. t ' "
Vol. 7 of tho P. C. Advertiser. r !
Daily Legislative Bulletin.
Tiima Hawaii. 1834.
Kumu Hawaii, 1834. 4
Nonanona, 1841-45. 'fe
Elelo Hawaii, 18455. 'M
Nuhou. 1855: ' -
Hae Hawaii, vols. 1, 2, 3 and 5. "j
Hoku Loa, 1859. ,'
Hoe Klritiano, 1850.
Any persons having in their possession full
files of the foregoing publications,' can' dis
pose of them at a fair price by applying at tho
Office of the Minister of Interior,
January 29th, 1863. 2-tf-;
FAMILY DRUG STORE.
J. 91. SMITH &. CO.,
HAVE RECEIVED PER LATE ARRIV-'
als, a New Assortment of Drugs and,
Sands' Sarsaparilla, Townsend's do.J '
Ajers' do., Bristol's do., Shakers do.,
Root do.,'Ayors' Cherry Pectoral,
Balsam for the Lnngs, Balsam of Wild
Cherry, nypophosphites of Lime A Soda,
Compound Extract of Buchu, Capsules, "
Thorn's Extract, Crossman's Specific, "
Klls 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 Pinaud's Extracts,
Toilet Articles, Lip Salve,
Indelible Pencils, a New Invention,'
Hair Restorers and Dressings,
Syringes, Leeches, eto., etc., etc.
DrngH or aU kinds,
Corner of Fort and Hotel streets. 11-tf
SIX SPLENDID ROSEWOOD CASS
GRAND UPRIGHT PIANOS
Patent Agrnfle Style,
1.. fn1. - n.nn:H.i ri Tf,.
I best toned Instruments ever im
ported. These Instruments are acknowledged
by tho greatest Artists, at the last Paris Ex
position, as the best Upright Pianos that are
12-tf WM. FISCHER.
For sale by
13 II. HACKFELD k CO.
Kalnt llriiNlien. .
FULL ASSORTMENT, FOR SALE BY
BOLLES k CO. "
SMALL LOT, FOR SALE BT
ll-3m BOLLES k CO.
For Sale Cheap !
A XEW BOIIiER
OF 10-HORSE POWER WITH
complete fixings, warranted new and
with all the latest Improvements, to be had at'
a low flgnro at
21-tf Ed. HOFFSCHLAEGER k CO.
r A D0Z., ASSORTED QUALITIES, FOR
BOLLES k CO.
PER ROB'T COWAN, FINE RED
SALMON, from Fraier River.
1GO round! White Clover Seed I
17 THE0. n. DAVIES.
BE IT REMEMBERED, THAT OX
the 1st day of February, A. D. ISM, J. W. H.
KAtnVAHI, of Labalna, Island of Mint, haa dejm.
Ited In this oAee the tIU of a book, the right whan,
of ha clsims u author, in the words ibllow&g, t0
"KUHIXUHI 0 KANAKA HAWAII"
Now, therefore, know all men by tbee nrsmts,
tint I, L. Kamebuneha, II. II. M.' Mlnbter of In
terior, la acconUnce with a r notation of the Kiss; fas .
Privy Council, bearing dst the 15th day of refcraa
ry, 1858, and by vlrtne of the authority in n vested
by Section 1st of tbe genera! provision of Article 4,
Chapter 7, of the Act to organize the SxenUre B
partmeDts laws 1845 and ISM do hereby araat ua
to the said J. W. II. Kanwahl, hit executors, titmln
Istntorsand assigns, tbe sole right and Bfeertyof
printing, reprinting, pablUhrag and vending (fce 11M
book of forms In tbe Hawaiian Islands, 1st Ae teres
of tea years from the 15th day of Feernary A. i
In teetimony whereof; I. L. TTsmthsmths. 8ia
Majesty's Minlstsr'of Interior, bav sused
l. s.the sol of the Interior OSes to be txrseaSa
affixed, this 1Mb day of Teernarv. A B. Hta,
Bx rr manao, that on tbe 2M oWy of Tttraa
ry, A. n. 1868, 3, W. n. Kuvaai, of Ufcstaa, Wb4
of Usui, In accordance with Section U f an Act
"To encourage learning In tola Eiafden, by steer
ing the copies of charts, maps aad book ts Mm aw
thors and proprietors of swti wefts," aasrmd ea
jbe all! dj of December, mi, bu AtyuJieA in tbfc,
oBce a copy of Me aaefc. ssiMHed,
"KUHIKUHI 0 XX KAXAKA KAWJHL.'S
The rights of wUth be esatses as aataer.
In testlasoy vtunet; I bave limm tn m m
band aad ceased tbe sea ot 184 retftse Be
MM. W. WTOHHtW,
"-" Wnltter ot lattrier.