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RV AI TIIORITV.
n aaaei Wm "f the ITtTT Osnncfl of Pint held at lohanl
fabac on laatordav January Uln 187c. the ps-rltk.ns of ML.
pupaka aad Ti.liwa rf Lahaina. JU.ul. praying for the
ri art wthcrr cirri rights, under tbe Cmstttti-.t'in
Casai.ra H. Jri.n, Secretary.
I.Ui ill 1 .1. . i:- I.ipirlatir i" Juan
HAM All. 1 bl
Eai ai. :;'-ap
anu Ht. Honolulu.
a'lng Fort sis. Hon
iiki M. Honolulu.
rt M. Honolulu.
uuekea ?t, Honolulu.
, Nuuanu St. Hon.
1 1 . i .. 1 1 Spirit.
:.- r. T. I-enchan Co. . Royal notrt, Honolulu
M asalesae Spirit,
F. A. Schacf. r at Co. Merchant St, lion.
S D. Nap-la. Walalua. Oahu.
!-. Unroll,. North Kohala. naweli.
1 Geo. lioooln. North Kohala, liawalL
A i. I in, 1 1 ii.
online Uu. Nunana St, Honolulu. Oahu.
1 '.annar Uu. Ulakobeo. Honolulu, Oahu.
1 Aha, IMuahoa, Hllo, Hawaii.
'11. W. cruwell, Fort 8t, Honolulu, Oahu.
l J. V. PaaaLho. afaaawao, atauL -
I Han la. Kaluaaha. Maui.
1 Haula North Kohala, Hawaii.
I J Haatlle,, Walalua. Oahn.
111. Kalaaau. it, llouolulu, Oahu.
1 1. Kalaasiu. Koolaupuko, Oahu.
J J. rake. Lva and Waianae. Oahu.
1 Make. Maua. Ilanakl. Kauai.
1 JohTi I "una. Latlialn. Maul.
I Alalia st Co., Wailuku, Maul.
2 Kaocwahllani, No 1,
: -v. . Not.
i Kaauiaakua. No .1.
THE attasTitWjxi of Inap"-uu of Kl
Una Taf Ibe Act af ISM lly the
ilasr Beaakaiai aor tb- uurj-oae of reea
vtmlilkatKHH af voter for the genen
l' In I J . aanaavot be held aril r tha
nor later than the ZZd of January, 16
W. U MoEHum 4. Uliiislcr of the Interior.
Intenor Oft January loth. 17.
uon is Railed to Sec
. - of this law ,
,-lng evitlenee of the
election of the 2d of
the 13th of January,
Mr. Oasa. E. lUcbarnaori baa been this day appointed
R'aad supra rwar af the District of Wailuku. Island ofMauh
In place of Mr. W. L. Mate
W. L. MoKHoarca, Minister of Interior,
lust-raaw Office. Jan. 10th, 17.
H. s r ,, : . : baa been this day appointed
Ml 'lrit ot the Market lu Honolulu.
1. Mui iii-M i, Minister of Interior.
. Jan. lib, 1ST.
Siitrscriljere to the Gazettk are respectfully
notified that volnmc twelve commences with
the first issue in the new year, and subscrip
tions are p... .1 in advance, at
FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM.
Those residing in the city can pay the carri
er, who will procure from t lie publication office
a receipt for the amount paid. Those living
in the country can remit by order or bank
Tin? Gazette will be sent regularly by
mail in any art ot t le world, on prepayment
of the annual subscription and pnstajre.
Address H. M. Whitney,
Publisher Hawaiian (iar.ette.
Tie Paritic Mail S. K. Co'. A. aj.il ft.
Z. I.i no.
AN I NliEPKNHENT JOUEXAL,
DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PKOGUESS.
tvmmntD and eihted by
HENRY It, WllITNEY.
WEDNESDAY. JAN. 13.
Wk arc still unable to announce any action
on the part of Congress regarding the Reci
procity Treaty. That body rc-usseuibled , af
ter its holiday recess, on the Ith of January.
On the Cth. Mr. Luttrcll (Democratic repre
sentative from California) gave notice of a res
olution to declare that the convention between
the United States and llawaii shall take effect
at once. Such action would be informal, and
probably will not be taken, as it is necessary
that a law shall !. passed by Ixith houses of
Congress, to enable the treaty to become opera
tive. This will take time, several weeks if
not mouths, as they legislate in Congress.
Advices from Washington state that there is no
opposition, and probably will not be, to the
iuial ratification of the treaty, but when this
will be, no one can predict.
' The California mail atrnnjcmenls, so fsr, st
Mast, s tucy nave been carried out bj tbe new
conductor?, are the most unsatlfactorr ever at
tempted on tliU now oft-tried route, and wliile we
write there Is a groit doubt whether there will be
any steame r to lake the mail, this month.
We clip the above from one of the Sydney
papers, and it represents the feeling of dis
satisfaction which nearly all of the Colonial
papers express with the new line, for which
there is some ground, for it cannot be denied
that the Pacific Mail Compauy has made sev
eral blunders in the matter. In thfirst place
U contracted to have the service begin before
there was any jiossibility of being ready for
it and it should not have attempted to com
mence before the first of January, 1876. Sec
ondly, the steamers should have gone from
Xew York direct to Sydney instead of to San
Francisco, whereby there was a great loss of
time, and nothing gained by it except a chance
to exhibit the boats in that port. The mail
service commences only at Sydney. But
aside from these mistakes the Company lias
done its best to fulfil the terms of the contract in
a thorough manner. It has provided for
the route five ships whose magnificence and
size have never been equaled in these seas be
fore, and such ships as the Colonies ought to be
proud of, and we feel sanguine that when the
line gets fairly under way, it will conquer all
existing prejudice, and, by promptness in mail
delivery, and the unsurpassed provision for
the comfort of the passengers, will win for it
self golden opinions from Xorth and South. If
it does this, the least that the Colonial govern
ments can do will be to grant the subsidy from
the beginning, as agreed on.
Tbe .ew French Neuate.
A. B. Kail ki t
the iHxtrin of Hu
uleu I'ound Master for
' Kahauaiilii. reaif ned.
a, Governor of oahu.
NonrK It bereor rivet, that at tbe request of J. W.
Pfiucv-r. baualfe. J. G. iiaade, Eaoulre. will act dnrlng lain
ulew-oe,- a Aetlnc Vice Consul for Russia, and all nelsons
aaa i -- uiaef a Lake notice of tki- fa -t and respect his aa-
w C riareK. Minister lor ForeUrn Affairs.
l"fvuw of l orrtgu Affairs. J ,
Bt virtue of tbe an thorite la me rested he the I'onstilu
laaa aaad tbe RLarate of tliU Klnrdou!, ahd doemuiK it es-
I rt. herein orrt.-r. thai 111- r.-nilsr Term of the Fourth
' . it Bt i it ..w..iw,li. Uutu.1 ..f Knuie.
liar Srat Tayadar In February. A. II. T;. be and Hie
aaaae t l,-r-1 . tt;M.:,.-l until 'lliursdaj , the 2d dav of
arch. A. II. WT. at 10 o'rloek a. at.
Witnrsa my lisnd and the seal of the
ropreuM- tlouri at Honolulu Oils 21th
da, of lieeeiuher. A. f. 1S7A.
'aUTaasafJ Imas. C Harris.
Flrat Aawarlatr Jostle- of tbe Ruprctrje I ,u rt. actios; fur
lh- UbhaT Jaauee annua bis altscnce f n ,m the Kliurdoiu.
. Wiinoa baa IwH'n appolnb-d hy tbe Hoard of
. Mrboal Aceat tor tbe Laalrk-t of Puna, Island
In place of Hon. 1. laettbenc reaifued.
r af Oar Board uf Kdocatlon.
W. Jas. Satmi, Becreur-.
I 1U. January Itb. U76.
iectton of lo-nreaenlatlvea to the neat 1 frislailve
ly. srftl take rnaee thrnurliuut tbe vurioti KlwUun
f Mae Kinrdotu. on Wdnesdar, tlie 2d day of
y. next. Tbe followlnc places are deslKuated' lor
t of Hllo fmrt-htmse in Hllo. School-house, Ono-
In Waipio, School-
ua Oourt-booae, Walmea and Court-
lajatnd of Mi;h Kona School-booae. Hookcna.
Ii;-st of Kaa i '.tun-bouse, Watohinu.
Ihsincl of faaaa Mcbool-bouse, Kapono,
Iitn, t of laOnuna i 'ourt-lioiise. I .attains,
lasu-sn KaananaM-Kehool. bouse. Ilonokohan.
instrs i of Wailuku Ctourt-house, Wailuku and Hcbuo!-
. 1 upalakua.
maarlct af Makawao-O.airt-lioosr, Makasrao.
cl an bo
We aee in receipt of another letter making
inquiries in reganl to litis country with a view
to emigration hitherward, and it being a sam
ple of many which are constantly coming, we
will answer the many by answering this one
through the columns of the paper. The writer
this time is a grazier and farmer residing near
Albury. N. S. W. And this is the style of his
' Is there good grazing land upon any of
flio lfil'iiola f.,e ulli-oti rr eottlo
Yes, upon all of the Islands there is a large
proportion of grazing land, which is well adap
ted for both cattk and sheep. Of the area of
four million of acres comprising the whole
group, at least one million may be Bet down as
suitable for grazing purposes.
2. " Are cattle or sheep the most profita
ble?" As the market for cattle is somewhat limited,
the raising of sheep, where they are properly
cared for, is aUcmlcd with surer and more
regular profit. There are many rocky and
mountainous regions where goals also can be
kept with profit.
3. "Could I buy any quantity of cattle or
sheep and what would be about the price of
IMn cattle and sheep can always be had in
any quantity ; the former for about five doll
ars a head by the herd, and the latter for one
4 " Arc any of the Islands adapted for
raising grain, such as wheat, oats or barley,
and is there any market for grain ?"
Grain of every kind grows well here, but
wheat, oats, barley, rye, buckwheat, etc. are
inferior in quality to that produced in the
Temperate Zone, and consequently arc not
cultivated now to any extent. Hut rice, which
is fully equal to Carolina, is one of our chief
staples, and Indian corn of the best quality is
raised in sufficient quantics for home consump
tion. 5. Is there much labor attached to clean
ing bush or new land, for cultivation f
As a general rule the land requires no clear
ing whatever, but the plow may be run through
it without lfty preliminary labor.
6 " Could I get grazing land in large tracts
on lease, if bo, on what condition ?''
Land in tracts of a thousand acres and over
is always to be had on lease, at rates varying
from ten cents to twenty or thirty cents an
acre per annum. Unfortunately an illiberal
policy is prevalent of leasing land for short
terms only, generally for not more than five
7. "Could I purchase land ; if 80, at what
price per acre ?"
While it is comparatively easy to lease
land, it is difficult to purchase, it not being the
policy of the large land-holders to sell. The
value of land depends entirely upon its situa
tion and a variety of other considerations.
Whenever it is in the market, large tracts may
be had for from fifty cents to ten dollars per
acre. No stranger shonld buy or lease land
until he has had an opportunity to visit the
various islands, and examine personally any
offered to him.
8. "Could I lease or buy laud direct from
the Government V
It is not often that the Government sells
although it occasionally does so, as was the
case a few weeks since when a tract embracing
npwards of 14.000 acres was sold at auction
for a trifle over 815.000. The gre: r part of
the Government and Crown land is already
leased but when a vacancy occurs there is al
ways a chance for parties desiring to lease.
In conclusion we quote from the Hawaiian
Guide Book as follows : " Our government is
liberal taxes are lighl courts of law guaran
tee justice to foreignsr and native alike our
climate is remarkably genial ami healthful
life and property are secure land is obtained
at a fair price labor and capital are in de-
lorwuta jury , who alter an Unm of mand and well paid and the staple products
of the islands, sngar, rice. co!Tec and wool, are
in demand at a fair profit to the producer, and
are likely to continue so for an indefinite pe
riod ; while now products, such as tobacco,
ramie, banana hemp, flax, cotton, &c., arc
open to those skilled in raising them. Those
who are in search of a country where tliay can
live cheaply, provided they dispense with lux
uries, in a climate as fascinating as it is heal
thy, can find no place equal to the Hawaiian
To those in search of practical information
in regard to this archipelago we recommend
the above named book, as the very thing they
reqnirc; residents of the colonies can always
obtain copies at Gordon & Gotch, Sydney.
Mattirl of M.ookal aud lamal New Court house, ltikoo,
oiota,. Mchooi-booae. Eanhai, Laual
TWun-: of Kona Altlolaul Hale, Honolulu, at both tbe
front aaid rear entrances,
ijaaalrtof t. and Waianae-School -bouae, Walawa,
lasatrk-t tf Waaalaa Srbool-bouse, Walalua.
lastrs-t of Koolaakia Kcbool-bousr. Haoula.
IHstrict of laoolaupofco Court -bouse. Kaueohe.
tUstrV-l of Walmea Iscbuol -boose. Walmea, School
of puna ejcbool-bouse, IAuae. (school-house,
of Hatialel i -aurt house, Hanalel. Hchool-bouae,
Jt fTirr JrriD Premium;.
In. 1 Tbe Kiog vs. Obis. W. Kantian. Mr.
i Deputy Attorney General, presented an in-
; against tbe priaoncr for miDaliuirbtcr iu
Oqrrec, to which the priaoncr pleaded
Cam tried and tbe jury; alter an absence
r and a ball the jury returned a verdict of
raitty of an assault. A. S. Htrtwell, for tbe pris
oner, noted bi exceptions to tbe verdict.
11 Tbe King TV Claaa. W. Kanaka. The Deputy
Attoroej lienera'. moved that sentence be pasted on
it. r V- Hi.rtr!i plead.-d for a ligUt sen
tewec Tbe Coart sentenced tbe prisoner to a line
uf 000 and costs or Court, tSS.
J. V Kaaibut et al. Tt, Ellxabetb Crabbe and her
Lu-nand Horatio G. Crabbe Ejectment. Tried by
a mixed jury wbo were unable to agree and were
Jan. U 7. T. Squire v.. Italia and Ails. Ap-
Tarsi from tbe Police Magistrate uf Hunolola. Case
-nedbra mixed Jury, wbo returned a Terdict for
lb, i.lunUffiithesuiiiorrai. A. f? Hart well for
, J. BOU 1 Dauoi lor deieniiaut appellant.
et al n Wour Qua). Ejectment. Jurv
draws mod .worn, and some witneaec were called,
her t onnael for defendant moved. noonuit which
Use Coart granted. A. 8. Urtwll for plaiutifT, W.
C Jones for defendant.
Ma. Jomca naars Presiding.
IS t K. & AYscwtr. Wm. C Paikc. Action
of Tart. Tried a anacd Jury, wbo after an ab
mce of 17 minutes returned a unanimous verdict
tor tbe defend! nl. W. C. Jonc for the plaintiff, A.
S Bart wail far tbe defendant. Air Jones excepts
tc tbe verdict.
1 The Kinr v James Houtrhton. Scjtinz in-
toxicatiiar liquor. Appeal from Intermediary Court
Ae UKM b i
IS minsMB lefrwtd a verdict of frailty ot famishing
sand asatUtur. Exception noted by A. 6. Hartwell,
cowwael for tbe defendant.
W. C. I'arkc vs. E. Mikalcmt et lis. Defendant's
led confeeslOTi of jodietnent for $3tj00. No
i to be if-eued until tlie olst Instaut.
The Kinc v. Asjn (p.) Baring Oplnm in bis
tam. riwwu pleaded not (rainy, tried,
I unanimous, verdict relumed of guilty. Excep-
to the Terdict. . C. Jonc for the
Tbe Kinr, v. Aio (p.) Pleaded jmilty to an h
dieisscnt lor baring opiBm in bis possession. Ke
Maaamad Bar eaafceaK-e
Tk aVaag VS. aVpo. Nolle prosequi entered.
Tbe Kiux v. Tel Siax- Indicted lorteUiov opium.
Pleaded giU. TAw a tried and tke jury
witbowt rctlrtnc rctoracd a verdict of iruilly none
tin eaneaasy utxi at iu
IS K. Proaloo va. E. Ererett. AuamptlL Coe
f ration of j adffient entered.
Tkc King v.. J. met Houghton. Motion in irtest
of JndfWicaL Tbe Conrt after hearing tbe arga
aaaaaaat of coansrl, denied tbe motion. Except Man
Tbe Court sentenced thcdeleod-
war a floe of flat), and cost of court.
G. W. Imfeag va. H. A. Widemann. Continued
Katan(w) aia va. J. Perry. Action of ejectment.
Tkc Coart attar laeantig the argouents ot Counsel,
toot Use case under ad1
t. J. V. Grccu M
pluntsde, A. 8. Bart wdl for defendant.
DkiTua Mr. Bamsey Von Pfistcr died in Oak
land, Dec 28, aged 36 years. He was native of
this city, and only sou of Mr. Von Paitcr, wbo
left for California in the last mil steamer. Mrs.
Session, wife of Rev. John Sessions, and mother of
Mrs. Rev S. E. Bilhop of Liuaiii, also dieu in tbe
tame city on tbe same day.
The law cresting this body of legislators, passed
by ihu present National Assembly of France, pro
vides for three huudred Senators, to be elected by
college composed of Depulies of tlie Assembly,
Councilors Geueral, Councilors of Arrondi6i:enienla
or districts, and deleiratcs from inuuieiDiilitlcs.
Those chosen by the Assembly seventy-lire in
number arc for life and Immovable, Sixty-six of
these ret iity-live lile Senators bad been chosen up
to the evening of the ICtli, leaving but nine to be
elected. Ill the choice thus far, tbe Left Centre or
moderate Republicans have been very successful,
Securing the election of many of lis adherents, among
I hem half a dozen or more of the leading scholars
and statesmen of France, including Messrs. Berenger,
Lai ban lave, Lafayette, Perier, Picard, and Simon. On
the 10th the Right Centre, or Orleanists, withdrew
from the strui.'glu. leaving the Left tu alone present
candidates though they had previously elected some
of their best men, as Due d'Audlffrct-Pasquicr, and
Due d'Auranlc. The Senators vet to be chosen.
1 representing departments nnd colonies, arc to sit
nine years. According somewhat with the American
plan, one-third of their nnmbcr must be elected
every three years, or I hey are renewable by thirds
every three years. Vacancies by death, resignation,
or oilier cause, before the cxpirul ion ofu tcruiarc lo
be filled by the Senate Itself. The Senate, equally
Willi the Assembly, is authorized to Initiate laws,
though lin.iiiei.il bills must first pass the Assembly.
AVe take the alxive from tho S. F. Bulletin,
and in the Alta we find more in regard to the
political complexion of the Senate. The Radi
cal Republicans number six ; Republicans, six
teen; Conservative Republicans, thirty: Or
leanists, eight, Legitimists, eleven ; and Rona
Hero are only seventy-two names, and three
must have been omitted by the telegraph. The
Orleanists are to be counted as the friends of
the present Constitution, YYullon having- been
its aulhor, and AudifTret one of its most
zealous advocates. They Haw that they must
choose lietwecn thus Republic and the Empire,
and in preferring the former they were faithful
to their traditional policy. It is singular that
an Assembly which fought against Republican
influences so stubbornly have at last yielded
so far. The two extremes the Radical Re
publicans, who sympathize with Communism,
and the Bonap.irtists have less representa
tion among the life Senators than their sf l ength
among the people ; the other classes are fully
represented. Out of the sixty-two, sixty may
bo counted as Republicans.
Many of these Senators are men of eminence
in politics and letters. Cremicux is a Jew,
distinguished as an orator, philanthropist and
political leader. Liitre is, presumptively, the
author of that name, a man of high reputation.
Jules Simon has been in McMahon's Cabinet.
Ldtbotttiaye stands high in literature, and so
does Bartholeiny St. Hilar-. Casimir-Perier
has a name long prominent in French history.
Do Tocqueville is the son of the historian and
political philosopher. These men, with Wallon,
Andiffrct and Dtipanloup, will give a high
character to the French Senate, and that body
may prove more than sufficient to overbalance
the Assembly, notwithstanding the larger size
and tlie direct popular commission of tho hit
Free I! li- ion i-l-.
In Boston last November, " Tho Free Reli
gious Association" had a nieoting of two days
for the promulgation of " Free Roligion."
During these two days there were never more
than two hundred and fifty present, although
the meetings wore conducted by scholarly
men, eloquent speakers, known through the
country. This slim attendance is evidence
that Free Religion is devoid of general interest.
Though proclaimed as " a new and universal
religion," there is little probability, of its be
coming " universal" while its founders mani
fest so little enthusiasm, and awaken so little
interest. Free Religion has no dogmas, no
sacraments, no mode of worship, no cbango of
life, no holiness, no sanctions. It enfolds in
one flock Atheist, Pantheist. Materialist, Con
fucian, Buddhist and Mohammedan, that is,
if any such wish to be classed in tho number.
Free Religion disturbs nobody's belief. It is
private, interfering with noliody's badness.
The convention from begining to the ending
bad no prayer, no hymn of praise, no reading
from any sacred book, Koran, Veda, or
Bible, nnd no lienediction. Rev. O. B. Frothing
hamand Rev. J. Weiss were among the speak
ers, and ie should like to know the purport of
their speeches ; but wc have seen no report,
nor is it probable that tho gratification of our
curiosity in this rescct would result in any
real benefit. The longings and yearnings of
the human heart cinnot hnd satisfaction in
anything that Free Religion can offer. It is
only the gospel of Christ that promises ever
lasting life, that presents a hope full of im
mortality ; and nothing else can satisfy.
Steamek " Granada." TbU fine ship which
entered ourporton Monday morning, inside of eight
day from San Francisco, is a sister ship to the Co
li ma. Iu some of tlie details of her construction ftbe
possesses superior advantages for passenger acconv
mod.it inn to the latter. Instead of a double row of
staterooms around tbe saloon, bcrs are single, and
opeuing on both sides, afford much better oppor
tunity for ventilation. The following is an express
ion ol the sentiments of the passengers with regard
to the ship and officers.
Steamship "Granada," Orr Honolulu, Jan. 16,
1876 We, tbe passengers in the Steamship "Gra
nada,11 wbich left Saa Francisco for Honolulu and
Australia, Jan. 9, heartily uuile in expressing our
satisfaction with the treatment we have received.
We would especially commend the courtesy aud
kindness of Capuln Cavalry, and the (kill, the
cnterprie tod care with whisli be has conducted
tbe ship upon her voyage' If it is ever our fortune
or calling lo cross the ocean gaiu, may wc And a
snip as worthy, a crew as diligent, service aa willing
aud respecttnl, officers as competent and i captain
as true a we hare found in the " Granada." We
Would ask no better.
European Correspondence No. 6.
Ox the Rbine, December 1S75.
Dear Gazette: It is a pleasant sensation to
wake on such a morning as found us at St. tloar, for
an early walk to a spot so wonderful and attractive
s its imposing ruin. The little tow is clot it the
edge of the Rhine, which has been embanked in
that neighborhood to prevent overflows. Cut the
rain is 377 feet above the river, and the, castle must
once have been perhaps the finest on the Rhine.
Here I gathered a few wild flowers, among which
was tbe ehiccury.a pretty blue blossom on 1 tough
stem, with a rout that is hard to pull. Perhaps if
were harder still, are should not he.-ir so much about
cbiccory in coffee. Of course we have suspected it
ever since TbcwofTee is excellent, notwithstanding,
and 1 have no fault to find with it.
Our breakfasts eonsist uf bread and butter and
coffee. Iu and near Switierland, honey is added.
This makes a ' cafe cuniplet," aud costs from 20 to
The ease with which one conforms to tho different
customs in eating rather surprises me. At home I
should feel quatrly treated, I fancy, a being offered
a breakfast of only coffee nod bread and butter.
When Europeans visit America bow astonished they
must be at our hearty morning meals.
I do not see any nice cake aud home made bread.
Tho conl'cctions, even in private housrs are bought
at baker's shop, and consist, as I sec them common
ly, of sponge cakes, shaped like a "gem," lady-Angers,
various kiods of cookies, and liny little almond,
coceanut or choiolate .lr.it -, that accompany a fruit
An English- laiy we met in London asked me if the
American ladies were not very skillful in getting up
delightful teas, "lam told," she said, "that the
ladies can see, what is it, oh, whip up their own
cake in no t ale, and set out a variety of dolicions
dishes on short notice. And they make such fociable
affairs of them do they not, and havo in the gontlc
uicn, too? I shonld like an American tea, I am
The English cup often in tho drawing room for la
dies, whL'c the gentlemen linger in the diniug room
with inrxry stories over their wine, does seem a little
We1!, this digression from morning coffee to eren
ing tea is rather a " let down " from tbe romances uf
the Rhine. Hut one does not live on beroies, aoine
thinr as substantial and homely as bread and butter
is nit out of place after an early morning walk, eveu
tho1 it was to a grand castle.
Otr second day on the Rhine was even more inter
estirg than the first. Soon after embarking we
passed the Lurlci, or Loroloy Kncks, the theme of so
many poetna and songs. Then more castles, church
es, and ruins, each with its romantic legend or ghost
ly tale more interesting to learn on the spot than to
repeat here. If I thought tbe castle of StolzcnfeU
perfect tlie first day, when we came on the seeoud to
Itheinstcin, I had no epithet left to apply tu it. I
believe tbey both beioug to tho Royal family of Prus
sia. Then we came suddenly upon llishop liatto1
" Mouse Tower," whoso story one may read amour
How the poor people in time of famine, appealing
to the rich Bishop who knew no want, wero called by
biin mico that ate up all the corn. And then bow he
promised to relieve their wants if they would collect
in an empty barn, whero he burned them all to death.
Then the story ends by telling that the mico attacked
him in horde at his Mayence palace, and he t! 1
down tho river to bis island tower hoping to o.-ic.-ipe
them, hut even there they got in, and miserably de
What a pity to put fhese beautiful and xomantie
structures to the base uses of commerce and trade,
lay llic antiquarian. A costlo converted into a
lighthouse a church .into a granary.
Well, there arc a grc.it inn y mure ruined castles
than there arc of thi.se put to use, and there arc a
great many more old churches than arc reqtiilcd fur
the re.igious wants of the people, What will you
have, then ?
I should have liked a stop at Bingen, for tho sake
of school associations, if no more, but wc hurried by
with only a glance at its churches, gardens and hills.
We passed regions of fur-famed wines, celebrate 1
vineyards whose green leaves ever will set the wine
lover to talking on his favorite theme, and found our
selves a little after noon at Mayence. Her. we dis
embarked and took the cars for Worms. My reg'ct
at leaving tbe river was lessened by the fact that rain
had set in, making it cold and disagreeable on tho
In tbe Mayence cathedral I saw the richest of wood
caiving among and above tbe stalls in the choir.
The seats in the stalls have hinged-wooden bottoms,
which are turned up when not in use. Not content
with carving the arms and baeks in most beautiful de
signs, tbe artisans also decorated the under side of
these bottoms with loving work. That is working for
One could stay whole days studying out these old
Mayence is tho birthplace of Gutenberg, and con
tains a fine bronze statue of hiin, desigucd by Thor
walsden. Tho b.iulc in which he was born nearly
.five hundred years ago is also lo bo seen.
1 believo 1 shall always remember better now long
ago printing was invented by thinking of that old
I was most interests! in Worms by the splendid
f.uther monument in the Luther Plats. The Plats
itself is a pretty garden. It was quite home-iike to
see the Indian-shot and castor-oil growiog in rich
masses about the grounds.
The bronze statue of Luthor stands on a pedestal
of the same material adorned with reliefs of scenes
from hil own life, as bis marrying a priest, and giv
ing sacramental wine to the people.
His figure is 11 feet high. In sitting postures at
bis feet are fine statues of Huss, Savonarola, Wick
liffo, and Pctrus Waldus, like him, agitators of re
form. On side pedestals are statutes 0 feet high of Philip
of Hesse, Frederick of Saxony, Melancthon and Reu
ehlin, beside some graceful aliegorieal figures. These
all furm a group worth many visits, and belong fitly
to the city where Luther spoke his memorable' words
ending; "Here I stand. I cannot act otherwise.
God help me! Amen."
Although tbe day was rainy there were many visi
tors to the monument.
And there was a little old woman established on a
chair under a waterproof ant umbrella with her bas
ket of pictures, pamphlets and guide books, wbo tuid
us she " couid for ns translate into Eenglosh." Poor
thing, I wonder how many days of " Kenglesh "
translating it will take to make her fortune.
Things were rather bad for her that day, for among
all the visitor, none needed her service so long is I
staid to see.
The day we left Worms was tbe fifth anniversary
of the battle of Sedan, and was celebrated with re
joicings which seemed to me quite unnecessary. Es
pecially so was tbe bait-Hour a salute with small can
non under my window from 5 to 0:30 A. m.
Tbe evening before, there were firework! in a pub
lic park, aod -ho day seemed devoted to festivity. I
saw a sehool of some hundreds of boys marobing in
step through the Luther Plats, and pouring into a
neighboring building. Outsiders peeped in at win
dows, and on inquiring, what the affair was, I was in
formed that it was 1 fete-day for tbe school, and
their festival breakfast had boen prepared in there.
Wonld'nt I hire liked to aee them it it ! No, I
don't know is I should either, if they were is noisy
a their brothers outside. 1 remember in Cologne uf
mistaking tbe talk on the streets of half a d.iten
peaceable men in separate couples for a mob under
my hotel window. If I were telling this in "ill: very
likely I should say, " My I what a racket tbey
One notice immediately tbe contrast between the
bounding iniuil spirils ind vivacity of tha Conti
nentals, and the nervcui, anxious manner of tbe
And one docs well to content to be amused by tbe
former, and to share in such heartiness when he ean.
If you want to set into a merry dinner party, eome
' among the Germaas. I never had any idea before
I how rociferons suoh a cumpiny eould be, ind every
one enjoying the good time, noise included, to the
utmost. It is liujbable to sit apart from the jargon
and try to distinguish voices, and nnd out wbicb of
ill the party are listening to those who talk. I hive
my doubt if iny listen where ill ire talking it
Commend me to a German or French meal for good
Tbe merriest traveler I ee about the station are
the soldiers, wbo always sea-n to hava had a good
many parting gAUes with their mater, and bid their
idieux with embrace and loud protestations. They
stumble into tbeeirs, ind then they set op i discord;
ant song, which does little credit t. the national fame
for music, but wbich amuses them, and seem to be
looked upon with no diifavor by the station officials.
I never iw any of them try to chaek the hilarity, at
Our ride from Worm took us through the Franco
Prussian territory. The German Sags were Sying it
ill the bouses, aid the signs of celebration were evi
dent enough, I felt very sorry for the French resi
dent of these province, ind I thought inch rejoic
ings little calculated to inspire friendly felling. I
eould not help thinking, too, of those oa both side
wbo bare occasion to mourn tbe bereavement brought
on that day into their home.
The train took a laeep aroand the eity of Stras
bourg whieh give ns i fair view of it, and of the fine
eathedral spire, the highest in tbe world, (unless, asl
have heard, there is one somewhere in the north of
Germany which has reached i greater height by rea
son of late repairs.)
We rode away from tbe rain and arrived towards
evening at Balae. Here ws had tbe beautiful Rhine
again, ind my hotel window looked out on Its swift
Steamboats do not ascend so far as this, and
there ire no provisions for letting through the bug
raft of lnmber that we saw during oar two diy's
sail lower down the river. Those rafts suggested
' camping oat.'1
I sometimes eonnted as many as twenty men on
one, ind for their accommodation tbey had bnill
rough little cabins of the very slabs that composed the
raft. They were eooking. mending clothe, or smok
ing, aa they floated lazily down stream. For tho
most part they keptetesdily in the current, but some
times they worked their craft to one side to avoid some
obstacle, as a ruck or snag, maybe. The affair used
for this purpore is not aa uar nor a scuil, and it is too
cumbrous tu be called a pole. It is i lung, heavy
beam, or a slender bg, if you will, set on i pivot in
in upright standard, and workel from side to side
with a moliun like sculling.
It wis i prrtty sight, the twenty men stinding in
i row at the end of tbe raft, working these beams
with a long, evon, swaying motion of their bodies,
feet planted firJily, laces alert. The steersman,
sometimes more than one, stood alone aod steady al
The steamers are obliged by law to make way fur
such crafts, and to slacken a pee. I in pa-sing them or
any low-laden boat, lest the wave thoy make 'wash
While I was sitting on the river bank at Balae,
looking off at the well- wooded hilts above, aod won
dering huw tbey managed rafiipg in tbvt swift cur
rent, or if they bad any at all above the bridgo, I saw
a small raft comedown at the side of tbe stream, as
if to show uie how. There were only two men on it.
and they steered it easily between the piers of the
bridge, and then to tbe shore, where they proceeded
to fasten it to another raft, which I now nuticed ly
ing in wailing.
So I suppose tbey go on, picking up companions
at suitable stages, till they become euoriu lus.
I was turning away from my walk at the river side,
wbeu I was attracted by the sonnd of singing, and I
sat down in a garden to listen, where 1 could see tbo
figure uf tbe leader, and the heads and music hooks
uf tbe pupils through tbe windows uf what scorned to
be a scbuul ruom. They wore practising a very pretty
song, with rum, and rests, and alternations in the
parts ; and thoy song that one song, which they did
very well to begin with, the full hour I listened.
It i always enjoyable to walch an animated leader,
and in this case the boys seemed no more weary than
the master, and returned with fresh teal to the cbargo
after every rnp. rap, of the baton.
No wonder tbe Germans sing well after that kind
All the passers-by stopped a few minutes to listen,
and some came and aat down near me under tbe
These garden soats in pretty spots are very pleas
nt. and are much resorted to by mothers or nurse
with baby carriages arfd knitting, or with a troop of
small children to ainure.
we really are lOsSwitscrland. now we say onr
good-byes to the Rhine, and make ready fit the lakes
and muuntains that seem beckoning from far.
a. r. c.
late of Hon- I
MKT Or THE IIIU tiny
Piobale. In tbe attaae af WsSsaan aa.
ie ean it, intesiat,-. Order .,r - 1
Pt'Utlon for Admlnbttratloii. Herbr. Mr. Jostle lsinPyi
On rraUtaa- anal J Iras; tsss 1 1 lliawl at Jno, rWJJ. Hn
of Honolnlu. alteflrut that William Hail, of Hosts, dbsd
intrstaH at Honolulu, en the ttb day- of Jaaaasrr v t
1ST, and pravlna: that letters of avImlnpstrauVtn taasa as
nrr am tbe walow of tne uari saa it
II Is ordrrt-,1 thatTIIUrtsKAT, lbs Mttb '1st ol FFP.pt".
'isi, a. u.. i'. n. ne anu nerenr is j
i h.-r.r IM sal t JiMtire, ut tha fonrt Baasss of
ll(MIMlltS. s, auk n I
tk amaBBsBEfw Jt to.
TINSMITHS AND PLUMBERS,
No. 3 Nunnnii Street,
hep couatantly on hand is full : t of Tin, Sbset
Iron, and dpncrwsre,
Galv'd Iron and lead Pl?e. India Rubber Hose, 4c
SAVE YOUR MONEY.
Tiif. iMritsiivi:n hah on hand
AMI FOK SALE
C. R. SALMON BELLIES
EXTRA NO. I,
In 12 1-2 Hi.
Kilt, 20 lh.
is 11 Is.
Kltls mill H lb.
Full weight, thoroughly packi-d, warranted lo keep aweet
PRICES FAR BELOW ANYTHING OF THE KIND
In the city.
BBLS. COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON 1
SEASON 1875, No. I ,
200 Lb. Enrh at ra)nnlly LOW I-RM'FM 1
ALSO, A FEW BARRELS
C. R. SALMON BACKS
No. 1 EXTRA, Si: I SOX 1st.-,,
Two hundred ponnda each at n. AlJtO
A FEW BBLS. C. R. SALMON
NO. 1, 200 1.1. v EACH,
SEASON 1874 AT Till. LOW PRICE OF ftO.
Bry nnj-ers are renpectfuHy requested to call nnd ex
amine fur themselves. u
Oft" Orders from the Trade, City, and Islands (enerallT
solicited ami prompt!? filled.
E. C. M'CANDLESS,
573 tm FIN II MARKET, STALL 2 S.
DR. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S
18 THE ORIGINAL ASS ONLY GENUINE
THE PUBLIC ARE CAUTIOXED AliAINsT
the nnfnnnded atslsroents frsqoeiitljr marie, Ihst tbs
composition of CnLiiaoDt.il ia known to Cliemlata aud tbe
Aleillcsl profess ion." The ' i It, ChlurodTne wm itlscoTercd
ant idv-.it, i j Dr. J. 'I.I.I - DROWN K (ex arinj Mwllcal
StaiT,) and so named by him, and it Kai baffled all attempts
at aoaljiii by the first Chemists of tbe daj. The method
and secret of the preparation have never been pnhlished. It
Is obviuaa, therefore that anything sold anifer tbe name,
save Dr. J. COLLIS BROWNE'd CULORODYNE, is a spoil,
CAUTION Vice-CbaDcellor Sir W. P. Wo! tlated that
Or. Collla Bruvoe wai nndonbledly the inventor of Chloro
dyne. REMEDIAL U3K3 AND ACTION.
This Inraloeble remedy prodocee quiet, refreshing itaep.
relieves pain, calms the system, restores lbs deranged func
tions, and stimulates healthy action uf the secretion of tha
body, without creating any of those unpleasant results at
tending the nss ot opium. Old ed young may uko It at all
hours and timet when requisite. ThouiMUtds of persons tes
tify to Its marvellous good elTi-cts and wonderful cures, wfafla
medical men extol its virtues must esleasivsly, using It In
great quantities in the iwing diseases: Cholera. Dysen
tery, Diarrlues, Cullies, Cough, Asthma, Rheumatism, Nso
ralgis, Whooping Cough. Cramp Hysteria, Aa.
EXTRACTS PROM MEDICAL OPINIONS.
Tho t Hon. Earl Rnssall commuitieated to tbe CUge
or PhyikLiii", snd J. T. Davenport, thst be bsd received in
formation to the effect that the o.xli remedy of any service
in Cinders wss fH MUt uhVNK. Lnnctt, Dec. 31. 4v"4.
Dr. sUrWe, Medical Mis-denary In In-W r-rwrli fDee..
that in nmriy -.very case ot Cbvtera fa wliirh Dr J. CULLIs
i.is.iu ,t. - t .iLO.;.ijt was sdminulend, the patient
Extract from Medical Timut. Jan. 12, 1VA Chtorndyns
is prescribed by scores if orthodox mediral practitioners. Of
eorrse it would not thus be ingularly popular did it not
snpply a want nnd All a place.' "
Extract from lite Uentral Hoard rf ITe.ilth, London, as to
its efficacy In Cholera So strongly are we convinced of the
immense value of this remedy, that ws cannot tow (ucvibly
urge the necessity of adopting it in all eases."
CAUTION. Nme genuine witboot tbe words "Dr. J.
COLLla 11KOP7NE" un the Government gtamp. Over
whelming medical testimony a Co panics each bottle.
J. T. DAVE.PRT,
It, Great Rnnell St., BluomsburT. Lnridon.
Sold in Bottles at Is. : 1 J , 2a i. 4s. AU.
Areata in New York, W. U. ScaiafTSLn ft Co , snd J. C.
The Hawaiian Almanac and Annual
CONT ilM Vfi I.VFOBMATIOX PEBTAIir.
IMa to Haass Islands, of Inlereslto Horn,- or Koreiafn
iUoders. 1'rlee SO ecnU utr loiij. Mailed u any
address for 0 cento-
TH08. 0. THRUM,
-an PoWbaner, Ilonolola H. I.
For San Francisco
TBE FINK AMERICAN BARK
Mary Belle Roberts !
CAPT- - C. GREY,
Sails To-dav. Wednesday, Jan. 19. :
. i. - t.. i . ... i.s I ..:-, c..ii.-. ni.--i mar aptxsssT aaas afcow eatsasv if
. JniallM I UJ oo"'" not be fraamd, aaaatafaa
tft H. HACCFKI.D st CO.. Ajreals.
For Portland, Oregon.
THE FAST SAlLUiO BARKEST1NK
Jane A. Falkinburg,
I,. II. It 111 BART, .M V.N I' :.K.
Hirinj Part of her Cargo E-iytgat,
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above Port
For FreiKlil and Passage, apply to
i;i 11MI.K t COOKIs. AS, ills.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Thai Flna Aiuerieau Bnrk
MCLAKA BELL I
P. P. SHKPHEIUI. MAHTKR,
WILL HAVE QUICK DISPATCH FOR THE ABOVE PORT
ei For Fretglit, apply M
AI.E.V. J. CARTWlllilHT.
For Auckland & Sydney
Tbe Ai S. N. IVs Splendid Steansr
Notice to Creditors.
AU PAKTIEM HAVIaTCt CLAIMS A.AIRT
the estate of RICHARD H. STANLEY, late of Ho
uololD, deceased, are kereby aotlfled to present the same
witli toe proper vouchers, whether such claims arise by
mortgage or otherwise to the undersigned. Kxn-utur of
the last Will and Testament of the deceased at hi olBce
In HonolnJn within nix lasoutlaa from the date of the
ttrst publication of Una nolle or they will be for ever
barred. And all partes Indebted to the aaid estate are
hereby required to make Immediate payment.
- jKO. (j. HOHINISt
IfonolulD, January Hn, lsTS. ;;j u
"CITY OF MELBOURNE !"
; J. W. BROWX, t'OJIXAXDEB,
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
FOR AUCKLAND AND SYDNEY
On or about Feb. 9th.
For Freight and paaange, and all other Information, ap
ply to V. Kit MY Kit OS.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPTS
Australia and New Zealand Line
Till: HPLK.MiID STEAMSHIP
CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO !
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about Fob. 2, 1876.
For Freight and Paasage, or any further information,
apply to M7J 11. HACKFE1.U At t.U.. Agents.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPTS
Australia and New Zealand Line
THE MPI.CMIII) STEAMSHIP
VASCO DE GAM A !
J. F. nil'E, OH II AMI Kit,
.. ...... I mi:
Kandavu, Fiji, and Sydney, N.S. W.
Oniiieetliiff at Kandavu with Company's steamer for
A t'l'KLANU, N. Z., 1-UltT 1 11 ALllEUM, and uilenm-dtuu-ports,
On or about Feb. 9th, 1 876.
For Fri Ltlit and l-.i . i and further information, apply
to 1V13J 11. HACK! kXI A (1).. ..gent.
I S I. A N II OF o; A HI.
Will run regularly to the above mentioned
FEEIOHTS AT THE LOWEST RATEB.
J. I. DUWHETT.
571 3m OftVa. corner of Fort and Queen sta.
FOR KOLOA AND WAI ME A 1
K A I A 1 1 E !
Will have irgular dlapau-h for the abovs named Porta,
no and after the 5th of November next, until further notlcts
taken al the losses! I Isles.
BOLLE8 ,4 CO., Agents.
si.cves.ive weeaa in me Hawaiian lUsrlte ipap.j k.
Haled Hon, Jnln. II. I., I sua January, A. D. it.
i ii.vki.i.m c. ii.i:t;i.
Attest: Jxn. K. it m- uu. Is-paty i isrk. jt
IN I sttki i rr ji rx;r-, he un
Ju.tlclal tastrtrt. H. I. lis In. estate of A. W. KKla
II ill of Walhee, .nasi, dreawrtt
On mailing ami tiling the petition nf W. n. -TnaTfani
praying that an Admbilstramr ne appointed R,r ike e,i
of A. . NKKDII val of Wslhee. Mam. II. I., trail
It la ordered ibal Weslaaeaalny lla lcta star ssf
IYItritai y. IsT.'i -t i u. loss Court lleZT- S
Wailuku. he set apart as the time anal place For hsasrlng
said petition and any utdectluns Ibal m.v ia, .irer.-! .,wf,.
r s. . . Clrrall Judge, td Jnd. Wat.. H. L
Tnhalnn, January I Ith. 17. 2.
SI FREUE I'OI KT Or THK HAWAII I J
MsAilllaa la PrssSate. Island of Oavha llaaaaissa
Islands. 88. In the aaatler of the Fatal of Nicholas
(ieorge. dec-eased, i inler appoiatlnc lime for Prohau of
Will aud dlret ting pultdratlun of hutare of the fsasaa.
A document, rmrpnrttna: lo he the last rrm anst Tessas
ment of Nicholas Uessrge, dscMased. hsarlng oa lh. -Ut
day of January, a. l. 171, heeti uresenteal u mil ri.
bau t ourl, and a .aHlUnn f.r Has prahale thereof, so.1
tin' lssusiis-e of Letters resramentary and i:uardiaft!ts to
(a. W. c. Jones and W. C- Jooea, havusg Ueru Hied br tv
It U hereby ordt rert. thst liwsaby, the tat day of Keh
nuary. A. Ok MM, at II u'clurk. A. At., ssf aafci gay M us
In Honolulu, llahu. be, ami the same bs. hereby i
,-.1 mr n, , ,m -. ins susi, ss Ul si,, I ,eui
tloil when and where any persuu u.ter-s
and cuiiti'st the aud Will, and la granuiur of t,,.n
It is further ordered, thai nolle- thereof be at res by
puhlk-atloij, for Uaresr asaccesais. weaths, la the HassaUM
Haxette and Kuokua, newspapers printed and pulM,sh,-i n
And ll Is naa-lher ordered, thai citations has Ian Ll tl.
aotescrlhlng Wltnnsas. lo asaid W1U. and as lh. heir, of lh.
testator In this Kiiigiluni, to sppssar aad casaleai th. pro
bale of saud Will, at the tiiue sppolulcst
Hated llouolulu. 11. I., January alb, lT(.
A. FRANI1S JrHD,
'J?1 Jualka of the supreaja. CasarL
Jno. K. Bsbxird, IVpnly clerk. j; j,
SI ! HEME FOIST Or THK HAWAII
II.ANI.IN PKOBA TIC Ia th. aaattarr ofTba
estate of John Meek, hale of Honolulu, Oahu, -r aa it.
At Chambers, before the Honorable r. c. Harris, tase
elate J ustce. order of hulk- f ivtlliou for an-ual of
On reading and mine tbe petition of J. R. Coaaey. Id.
ecu tor of the Will of John Meek, late of Honolulu, oahu,
deceased, allowing Uuu certain claims against the mill Ka
tate, set forth In a Schedule aniieaed to aaid ai 'llaa.
were preaentesl to the petitioner, duly authenticated with
necessary vouchers, aaad by him approrssi. anal praying
lluit upon a day tu be appointed th. saua. may be exaai
iued and apprured by the Court.
it ia ordered, that MONDAY, tha list day of JANt -RT.
A. O. l7. at 10 o'clock. A. M. be IBre Use said Jus
tice, aa ai , nsiiK.'rs. in tne 1 ourl IIous. . s,
and the same Is hereby appoiiiie, ae tk'c t
for bearing said petition, and that all pen
may then and (here appear and show cavoav. If any ths-y
have, why flic said claims should n.,1 be appro Ted bv Ho,
CuirL And that lids order l- published lu ths- Hawaiian
and English UulgmuTeit, Id the Kuukoa and llaaulan
lluaetts-. newspaper printed and puhilalted la Honolulu. f..r
three successive we, ka prevH.ua to the lime therein ap
pointed for suid hesuiilg.
lasted llouolulu, U. I., this ith day of Jamiary. Is 7.
Attest : Justice of the Supceua. I Wat.
WiLTkk R. SEsi, Oer. ;j n
SI'PKEME (Ol KT Or THE UAWAIIA
IdLANDH -In Pruhate. Tn the Batter of Ihe i.narj.
lanshlp of MATILUA ECKAitT. late of Honolulu, ,lr
ceoss'd. Insane. At Chaasheis. hefore AsaasFsat. Justs..
Judd. Oide. of notice of petltian for ailowaace of ac
counts, discharge, and (Inal distribution of pr.. pert.
On reading and Itllng the petition snd act-nunts af Ussi
mllian Eckart, OuardJun o Manilla Krkarl. hale of lloass
lulu. Insane, deceased, wb, rein he asks to be allseed
l-.jl i uv, and charges bluiaelf with f , aad ask. tha
the same may be exarnjiiod and approved, ami that a dual
order may lie made of distribution of the property remain
log In bin hands tu the persons therein -uUUed. aaad ,e
churning hhu and bla suretb-s from ail further restHuiiu
hilily as such.
It la ordered, that Friday, the Mih day of January A
D. I at 10 o'cloek A. M . I. r..r- I be said Justsr.'. ai
CbHnilM-rs, in the Court lluus,-. at II :mu ir ,h.
sunie hereby In
sakl petition and accounts,
muy then and there appa a
have, why the same about,
sent erbt'-iace as Ut wooer
And lhutthls onler in the
In the Hawaiian t.'aiette ha
In Honolulu, for three an
lime therein appointed fur
Hated at Honolulu, H. I.,
tali Psra.n. iuleresl,-,!
ww caiwe. If y they
e grnniaal. and wasr nee.
ed h the said property.
Juails-e of i
WitTti K. Sisu Clerk nf the isnprei
er print-sj ,
- weeks prevltsua to the
,f Deest,her, IS7X
.. Supreme I ...III.
e Court. i73 Jt
In the uim mm the uwwMwm or ma.
TII.HA ECKART. late of San Krnnrkaro. I ail Ion, ba. I .
n. A., anil lorincrty of Honolulu. Hawaiian Is
I hereby notify all Ibe nest of kin of the a
and all persons Interested In tbe sakl estate, thatt ae the
Hth November, 1711, I was appointed special sslmlulatra.
tor of the aaad estate, by tbe Supreme curt of the Hawa
iian Islands. Hilling lu Probitle, and duty quasUsWal tat art ae
such aduilntHtraUir. flling an approved baand and tasking
Out tettera of aduilnUUiatiou.
P. C. JON KM. Ja.
Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands. Jith November. Is7i
assay 1 1.
t . irti r. or a whit of r.i:ii Tiof,
mm issuihI not uf th. 1-Olace I etrl. !i..ooi.,i ll
or of J. I. Hownett, l,r (14J 1, agsdatat Kal
levlesl upon aad shall expos. f..r aal. oa TaW
aim .my . I aaliuary. A. II. Is7. ea tfea pitil at
u'clock iioou. All th. right, tltl.. on, I Interest .,( .hh'ki,
In ill sod to s tasMKleu taoarsaer. anualed .1 Miakikl, Hal,
sal.1 Judgment interval an, cos u of suit and my ns. au
comtnlssioua be previously satletl, d.
. . .. .." W. C. PARKE. W .r
HomJnlu, 1. c. 21, 197. a
riim: imeilsii.:ii hf.ueuv i-ivr. ;.
A TICK to all pe,a,ns, that on the 11th day of Novem
ber, A. U.
tlrcult Judge i
tamentary In the estate of p.
haiiia. laland uf Maui, .la 1 1 ass d
II by tbe Hon. V. Portland, r.
Judk-lai IBMrlct. 11 I. In Praaasate.
u., ins iuiaiinei tner.iaeives by giving the props-r
bond, they do hereby request aa person, having cMm
ugidrut Ibe said estate to present Ihe same, duly aula en U
cuteal, (o Kla Nshaoielua one of the aaid eierulors al
.hso.suos. ji.i,,, vs limn six niiintna rrora, the slay of put,
tkju of this notice, snil all laemons uwtua d no, u, tt...
esute are hereby rsHtue.tesl hi mate t nmiHllau Iss, a.,
thereof to Kla .Nahaolelua afureaasl. '
MAIUIIl.tT, till MASTER.
February 7 .
February 11 ..
Circuit of Hawaii
,1 i a as ll i In ulilieut is ..... ,
j. 7" ... CSssatrs, nt ff.sea
Circuit of Ksual
i ii i ' f r ' . .
.. Circuit of Hawaii
0 ay When there are no cattle to land al Jlaalaea Hay,
an effort will be wade to reach Honolulu Satur.Iay p. M.
mw On Down Trips the steamer will not leave Kaalualu
until s A. M. . or later : Makena uadl am. or biter : and
Maaiaea Hay until s am. or later, without due notice of
any change being glren.
Rates rPaoice -will be
To or from Kaunakakal, Molokal...
To or from lahaina, M .,.u .. .. . . ....
Tn or from Maaiaea, Maul
Tu or from Makena, Maul , .
Tu or from Mahukona, Hawaii
lu or from Kawoihae, I La watt
To or from Kallua, Hawaii
To or from k mm alna. Hawaii ... ....
To or from ililo, n ... ....
venue. CMilaininir hsi-
dressing room China. si,4
lln.ter a. ,
1. n woon.
cs aljm.ilng. with sl
ilses. No I V) Nuuanu A
lor, dining ruom, bedrouui.
i lo tries . ..eH-ts on lirst Itis,r - Isaaeuaent
rtnmaon ees-mid door, kitchen and pantry
with baaeulent beneath. bething and waa
house, statue, fowl houee. Ac. lu order, A
Aug :.i. - ...j If
room a, kitchen, bathroom, aarv.
staoie, ano carriage taosrss.
THE HU.LKVOWI FOTTAUE
reasklence of tbe lata p. H. Treadway. at SHS
U haiiia, is otrVre.l Tn Let or For Sale aa 1 "
lavorariie terms, It colisisM of a
and out nouaes, with a Due j.r.l
on tbe uiMla agree, about Uv- rnlf
office, staods near the sea shore, ha One
i-g-a, and many craivehleiicee. For a rsuiu
fur Luvaliak, the i: limine tsf ladaalna, -i - tii I with tts aa-
VsTurauita s-a rnatlilog. u u tusj Uiallesl iu this croup
For Air User pauUcalars, Uaaulr uf.
" If. M. W1IITNKV
HOI UK I, ITRLY
by Mr. S. M carter, stunted a the corner of I -a bar.
walk aud ruucrilHiwI sua. Pin ail L II grrea aaaaa
Apply at tbe
To or from Kan Onast. Hawaii
l Ircull uf Hawaii, lloamt Trip
To or from any Port on Kauai
Ilrcallof Kauai. Round Trip
Deck passage for natives only
mtr Xm Credit Iter PiWl Jfaacjr. "was
Ticket at tlie olttee uaaly.
No berth wiU ba cssisklered aa taken an til paid tu. Mat
reaponallku, fur unmarked baggage or any Freight or Par
cel utiles receipted for.
Freight Money Da on Demand.
ST An effort will be made tn have Ihe Htears-s .sch
Honolulu ou the evening of tbe savin e day she .' -s v e. Maui.
HAMIKLO. WILbF.it, grnt
Office withWllder at Co.. corner of Fort at tiueen stl-eeU
DISPATCH Ul FORlUI FRANCISCO !
C. Brewer Jt Co. -Agents
3 Merchandise recelvsg llrat Frea aa
iioerai catmuramai raAsUeani.aMat, ay tins line
C. BlIEWKil A CO.
BOSTON ANO HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
JtSL C. Brewer tX Co. -Agents. fij7
assaaSsT Pavorshl. avraaaremasxat ean always Ka asTaiaV
msd for tumjft and ahipment of Oil, Bone, Wool, i'Jda sag
uthtr Mercbandias to Nusr Berlforrj, Csattoa, Xew fork aol
other Kastera Porta. Ta- Cash Advahcss road..
Ml-ly C. BSKWEB CO.
THE 1NDFRlIfJNEn t Pre
pared to take order for iliaymg.
blaud oil Igueen Street.
. R. V. HPtOsANrxg.
For Sale or For Lease.
A HAN HMO VI Y. COTTACC Pl Uiaa XV.
ly mealed, with garde,,, ate, mnlarnlng parleff. threw
bsslrooosH, faro cksaeu. dlnfnaT nmm. kitchen an. I
panlry, halhrienii. servanu hotsae. laaalsaa. --- - ui
stable, all very Convenient, anal In perfect order. APPi
s s, uLiiusrA.viiK
rsM the nwr.Li.iYu not m: lately m -
Eat-i rir.il ny taw WilaailBiei. sitiuatesl In
!. Thla house le la rlrat i
with all the couveniencea uf a Aral (
InqaUre of IT BOIXIfl A CO
Desirable House Lots for Sale.
A Um Ut.lt af I Am .... Ike K 1 1, tills AH I
.-A ri. . ,0-1 f.,r
WB suae si rsss,,risme prices. V
an- enquire of ,; lajtj
Wmg purr es. rs
and othee partk-ta-
H. H. HOUL
rwiHF I -fESAtureD.
Mr. Eckart. beaa to ' " avast
Ibe public generally, that, he has Men the ore
street opposite Odd PeUow Hall. ,frmerly accafawal by
Thus- Taonatt. , where he will give aw i rial aMaaataw aa Ik
rnuoufsciurlnat and repairing ,rfll kind, of Jewel r,
Particular attention given lo ."shell anal Kotos Work.
T win guarantee aaUafsctlon In all hH work. -m
atttwae, tm itttt, urn, sta wm. m. Wjjafc
A MA TO TAKE CHAI
anu carry on a Lauj.
: Von Ktri-et.
Fine Manila Cigars !
A XSW IX von t: or VaSAtV ft hiok
iV. .lulliy, put tin lo btaxea of ae eav-b. JaM nkMr4
ttreet froau Manila. Vug Dal by
- BOLLD A CtA