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a i riaaiaai ill H air' aaftg lua. aauatlily.
teer sail s-ssa tps 'a IMrnabrf. and I be balk uf ate
ore a BiBaltT la. i teal bar aator iW lat J.lj. Tbe crop
aTaWtaaa aat aaaaal teest af MM.
a- , , - rm ml aalaat satrir-s froes San Francesco,
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I aja aalga seail. jail I la e.dd agual In 175
lOTES OF 'I'll I : I I k.
tF Mr. Adam's credit sale continues to-dtj.
KT The D. S. Ship Tnscarora will leave lor San
Francisco on Saturday moniinp.
tW The rite of interest at tbe Bank ol England,
Mtj 1, was only two cent, per annum.
iy A lri(f is off t he port as we go to press
probably the North Star, Captain Shepherd, from
HF" 8teamer Kilauea leaves on Tuesday the 13th
on a circuit trip around Hawaii.
p Monday next will he nlmcrved at a holiday
Katnctiamctia Day, which lallami Snndarlliu 11th-
T The Friend for Jone la a very readable pa
per, its chief articles cousiatln of letters from l)r.
Damon and others.
Remarks of the Hon. S. IS. CaaUc, In LegaalB
fire Assembly. May
Una ..nitouD a ill
aba-r brrr ami
I-v7 Barka Wm. II. Bene and Cyanr may lie
eipwted from San Frtncisco about the 15th, with
dates to June 1.
JtT" The annual acrmou ou Foreign Nfiaajan will
bv preached on Su'iday evcninirat th e Kort 'Street
Church. by Rev. James M. Alevander.
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I3f The annual inecllui; of the Hawaiian Gene
ral Evangelical Association opened on Tuesday, at
tbe lecture room of the Kawaiahao Churrh. Hev.
Dr. Coan ia moderator aud Ri v. A. O. Forbes, Se
cretary. President Grant has nominated and the Se
nate confirmed Eda-ards Pierrepont (late Altorney
General) as Minister to England; Judge Tift (late
cv-cretary of War), for Attorney General ; and
V : i ;,: Cioiirnn, aon of ScuatorSimou Cameron,
for Secretary of War.
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m or--i aaa aat arm freely till FVptai
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at a or a attfa a paailiua tu CuncTrM
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aaaaaaaa af taa tail aaiUkana raqau by Call
naab Wr praalart csi aura o iajary u. Sgalb Carulina
m aa aW aaaaw CW Caaaa.
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a I aaaaal ab carp tb laaarr laf Vn-uaia. aitb cargu
baab Mara BaW abaWrta aa tba alr I i I I Oa tWbaCtb far
faaa l ip, i bat wall mum baa. until after beat baa lin o
iaaa Bbaaar aai led from lt.nuta.uni
1 aba part Mac aa. aril a a carce af nirrcbabdiar and Suu
w ypn.inp.iii -- r - " '-' 81 will
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1 il TTaai - - - I eaa ia troaa Pmyet fbaaed. aritb
a aaraaaflaail i baMaaara HaekSrU a Co.
Java a, 1 1 Hi.banr la tally due from Portlaad,
aara. OaatU ACaake.
t3 The adjourned annual meeting of the Ha
waiian Mission Cbildren'a Society, for the deliver
ing of the President's address, md reading ol re
ports, will be held in the vestry of Fort Street
........ r Uliurch, Saturday evening Jnnc 10. The public are
mviieu to lucna.
p5T The trapeze exhibition on Saturday evening
a w a novelty. Little Lottie's performances were 1
perfect marvel. The sight of Blondin on the flying
trapeze makes one Bhndder; bot here we hive a
I if tie girl imitating hia dariru; exploits, aud with
a akill bardlv inferior to hi.
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(jrEes's Hospital. At the last regular meeting
of the Board of Trustees of the Queen's Hospital
tbe following officers were elected ; to serve for one
year : F. A. Schicfer, Secretiry ; J. H. Paly,
Treasurer: W. L. Green. Auditor. Executive
8. N. Castle, A. J. Cartwright, F. A.
H. Paly, W. C. Parke.
Ml hnaa San Fraa-
;Aaa aad Waiuiaa.
Kbi Labba, blaa
KA. MM. Pl.an.a
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C.uta and Kaa.
far a cruise.
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Haleasala But.' Boabdino School. We
would acknowledge the receipt of an invitation
from Professor Clarke to attend the examination of
this well conducted institution, wliieh takc6 place
tomorrow, and If to conclude with a feaet. The
i programme of the order of exercises, and the invi
tations arc very leant- printed uy the boys ol the
behool, on a " Model " prcas.
CncnKiES Our thanks are due to Mrs. C. J.
Murphy fori plate of this delicious Iruit, received
from San Francisco, by tbe Zealandia, the first
cherries thai we can remember ever seeing here.
They were of tbe black heart and red varieties, and
an closely resembled wax work, that we were at
first deceived as to their ircnuineness. In some lo
calities on this croup, this fruit may yet be found
to r i ; ' i: ; hut if so, the trees will have to be raised
from seeds planted here, and not from iraoorted
. kiaa... fa Saailia ill.
VaWa l Poit.
Am bear BVarabbz PJaar,
SWA Mara BeUr Ma. aria. liny, loadinc.
Exavikations The annual examinitinns of
Oahn Colleire will commence to-day at 9 a.m., and
will continue three d i.vs. Monday next w ill be de
voted to rhetorics! exercises. The Summer vacation
which now begins will continue for twelve weeks.
We ire requested to stale that the public are cor
dialy Invited tu be present it all the examinations.
The examinations ol the Public English Schools
of Ibis city also come off on Wednesday, Thursday,
and Fiiday of tbe present week, as will he seen by
notice of tbe Secretary of the Bjard of Education,
in the official column.
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Base Ball At the regular meeting of the invin
cible Athletes, the following officers were chosen
for the incoming season: President, William
Green, Jr.; Vice President, Captain and Treasurer,
Lonin Thurston; Secretary, Antoae Rosa.
We learn that a match came w ill be played be
tween the above named club aud Mr. James Cas
tle's club, on Monday, June 12, at 3 o'clock r. it.,
on the Kulaokahua plains. As it will be the open
ing game ol tbe season, it will, or ought to awaken
interest in the minds of tbe public irenerally. Noth
lug like nut-door roioly sports for hardening the
muscles, aud lengthening life.
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. 14 baa bat baaiea. I baa reuse, SVT lbs v.alrr, 5 tibf
mfi. I bx aeab
. aa-K.M.a. May STtfc. 4.TS6 pea boll.ck
f Saej - J ca reiaia. lu ra c.al, KH.I.Jl-
1 w - " Ball, Z Kri ni-r. J IBS
i il. 1 i. lor. ami -bi ll.. I i -bi Wlli'a,
HVaasaaa. abil.caUaabaW oil.
far lelbaall aValandia Jena let II ca faruitnre, 1
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. :, Aba pala. . IW rice, M..3V3 IW
tC.rr- Us en bra- tVamarr. Jonrlrd.-Cl bbli
ISM lA4(e eaicer. AO bale. pale. Ba rice.
v .,. ! .- kibvare. Hey SSItb -J ll Bask,
a p; 1-aii-i i a K T Van iieasvo JC M Ibjbert-
J X Caebe. Maa II Kaebebuii. b Jauoer. H N tireebei U
aaaj;. Mr. al C Here.br. Ir Oliaar, Mrs Uaslelee, Mrs
Jess 1 - -
Prees Maa PaiaaBl I par taalendie. Jus 1st - Mrs J A
Mav VC I .an n a.4 .ale. T P Ceoota. II C Ledrurd, W
1 1 leeat P II ill I H aad ante, M Hyassa. J t Brraer,
i - " t feab. M Mi.-ietl. aifeeb.l
Pa. Pjlass ae- lee lee lee. Jaae let N f A. zaba and
.-.rv. S Leriaal. I- I Moot. W U OotliBl.
The regular annual mcctingof the Honolaln
Fire Department, for the election of officers, waa
held Monday cveniui: last, at the hall of Mechanic
No. 2. There were two tickets in the field, com
panies 2 and 4, supporting tbe ticket of last year,
while tbe opposition supported George Lucas for
chief, John Kott for 1st assistant, and J. T. Chay
tcr for 2d assistant. 1 he polls were closed at uine
o'clock, Major Gnllck acting as Judge, and H. E.
Mclntyre aud James Ii. Boyd, acting as tellers.
The result was as follows : For chief, James Lemon,
96, Georee Lncas SO; for 1st assistant, George
Lucas, 97, John Soil, 80; for 2d assistant, Johu
Nott, 97, J. T. Chaytcr, 29.
(3T A letter from a Honolulu gentleman written
directly after the opening of the centennial exhibi
tion, contiins the following items, respecting our
contribution. " As soon is the main building was
thrown open, we midc our way in, and sought it
once the Hiwaiian department. We were much
interested in looking it our collection. It ia a very
fine one, mncb better thin I expected to sec. Mr.
Hitchcock has tbe articles tastefully arranged, and
in places where they show lo tbe best advantage. I
soon found the map executed by Mr. Giles, ind, is
I examined it, I felt proud of bim. It is, indeed, i
splendid map of our group of Islands. It occupies
i very conspicuous place, md was greatly ad
mired by throngs of people."
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-At Siaab-bo. bau. Ueaaii. .hi Tuia-
aW. Me. Sat try Use l I of H iwlola. Abax HlTcnasoa
-, t Hi. MafsssaEV A Balk! dauurbler of Jecub Hardy
Me) lb. W Use alfe of Mr H
I U.esebam. Jaae Ctb. after a looc and peiufal
. Tatn ACtAV ask . Mr Jesses Aakl, aa;ed 31
I tel. Idarr Ibis Wednesday) after
. al t e'eVata. areas Us reableoir ,4 ber busband,
. al kaaaua a ! Lea-etaassa etreeu Fneada end ae.
ibaaraa or. raeasrtfaliy matted tu attend.
Scicdat School Celebbation. The Sunday
Schools of Honolulu plan to unite in an old fashion
ed celebration aud picnic next Saturday, we are re
quested to give notice of tbe following programme
of exercises. The schools will assemble at tbeir
re. pectin- rooms at half-past nine o'clock Saturday
morning. Tbe Kawaiahao school will start from
the Kawaiahao Church at ten o'clock, aud pass
Orates, a through King, Richard and Berctinii street to tbe
Fort Street Church, where it will be joined by the
Fort Street School; the procession will then pro
ceed to Nuuinu Street, where It will he joined by
tbe Kaumttkapili School, and then through Suu
anu and King streets to tbe Betbel, and tben on
Ibrougb King street to the Kawaiahao Church
w here an hour will be taken up In singing and short
a picnic in tne cnurcn yard will follow
AHLIVAIA AT UAWAIIAK HOTEL:
J eUieetilld. N f WalrS
Mcl- Mrs M Ware
r S Packard.
Mr a Mr II P Lyoea
K.a t 14 Jarler. I. Meibcarne
H C Uialfrey, ea Zealand
Mi A Mrs ilarrsxan. Svjury
J Cnemptiin, Adelaide
Ja UlsSaB, M-dney
T Ebodr.. Haataeid Er.g
J K Koieraaa. Mich
k T Van Ueeeaa "
0 W Jarle, V S
J P B II unties.
II T Manrltl.
a t -a M M 1 1 atl.
a j aa , tmm r MlllH
J a) aWab Mearaan, . Osl
H M taaku MMbtaiai
Maper Vajtail l, It Web-
. aaa CW W-HWclaa
A Mrlasal, Ibssaaliu.
ttsailBBI Kee lealand
UWt Tboreby . I lie
Plabtatiox, Hamakca, Hawaii. A
l v riles ; " Tbe rapid establishment of
iliM adMatBlioa law of lite been noteworthy, and
s surer cro ILC n ihie district proves to be in indus
try. iMMiiniiifaU and txascficUl to all interested. Ill
tdraal tk is been tbe difficulty ard expense
it rdetslniau: ruB cient wtterfoi plantation purposes,
bat tasW kaa kaBei ove-x-ome lately by tbe discovery of
r of water, found about 24 feet
this is certainly a boon to tbe
Use dawn to prosperity for tbe
at Agent and mill-owners. There
eB bar do dowry that water can be obtained id al
aacaK aery part ol HaBaakua by ainkinc a well in the
aoaar ana nam aa Momtit. Maraden and aUemsen have
aad tf tar k cat. be dose, at UiU verifies, why
I Mat tsar Mile and extensive District be one
vaet iiltajMatiai ; adayiasjr to tbe wealth and coro
axim aafaaar it rrralinj: and beautiful Arcbiclago.
Tb1 .' hci ry in Hamakni for tbe establishment
or libdinga. But the
laalasi to aaiL in aim en I
ha, it la la lee hoped that it will not be
plml rrtiB wetl
i. v. imr iraproiiriAtions for Undiuirs and
sale and speedy conveyance of our
the exercises in tbe church.
Fbom Kan, Hawaii. A correspondent writes
Irom Kin, under date of May 81 : " In the wiy of
Dews I btve to report thit i few dtys since Frank
Gerard (a PortMraete blicksmitb) met with i pain
ful accident while repairing a gun, he bid occasion
to put the tame into tbe fire and he now feels con
fident that the gnn wit loaded, inasmuch as these
rrc five bullets In bis thigh besides two that were
removed. Fever of a typhoid type prevails in the
district and there have been a number of deaths
from it. On the etAiIng of tbe 2Sd we bid in ex
ceeding pleasant gathering at Kaalehu, tbe occasion
being tbe marriage of A. Hutchinson, Esq. The
Walohinu bind wis in ttlcndancc, ind dmcing win
kept up with spirit for sometime. Tbe bouse wia
prettily decorated and tbe supper 1 perfect success.
Tu sum up there wit nothing wiuting that pains
and money could procure to render every one pres
Moonlight Cohcbetb. On the evenings of Fri
day and Monday last, when tbe full orbed moou
was flooding all Nature with Its soft -effulgence, and
the sleepy breeze scarce stirred the reaves of tbe
trees: when to remain in doors seemed ilmotti
sin, Emma Square was retorted to by large crowds
of citizens, attracted tbither by the floe music of
Berger's Band, which never before bat attained l
point of eucb high excellence it at tbe present time.
Mr. Berger during bit residence of four yean in
Honolaln, bat been indefatigable in bit efforts to
raise the Royal Band to position above mediocri
ty, and well baa be succeeded. We can now boast
ol a Band which might occupy an honorable posi
tion among the most noted of similar institutions
in other land. We learn that Mr. Berger expect!
soon to return to his home In Germany, but we
trust that he may be enabled to come back again to
Hawaii ere long to continue the work for which he
ia ao wdl adapted.
Mr. PBESfDEST : This bill brines up i subject in
which every Hiwaiian and every fricud of tbe Ha
wiiians hast deep Intcrctt the repopulation of the
islands. Its intention Is good. It proposes uy a svs
tem of bounties, to be given to parents, wbo traiu up
well regulated families, to encourage the Increase
of such households abd of the race. Such a result
we all desire, but God has instituted a law for in
crease of population, which is of itself, and alone
sufficient to accomplish this object, il we will heed
its requirements. He has mide one man lor one
woman. " He has set the solitary in families "
this canse shall a mau leave his father and mother
and cleave to his wife, and they Iwain shall be one
flesh," "what God balli joined loirel her let no man
put asunder." God, for the happiness of man, lud
tbe increase of mankiod, haa instituted the family
relation, and has fruerdud them by laws just adapt
ed to fulfil bis purpose ol promoting the happiness
of his creatures md tbeir incrtauK on Ihe eaitb.
Tbe laws are chastity, industry and sobriety. . If
these lawa arc observed we shall see families and
the rice increasing, as fast as in other countries,
aud with whit voluntary immigration may take
place, as fast iterhaps, ms the capabilities ol ihe laud
for tbeir support will develop.
If we violate these laws, depend upon it, that
neither reward or punishineut will briugau increase
of the family or the race. God baa set his seal of dis
approbation upon tbe violation of bis laws fur tbe
building up families and people, and uolbiug can
avert the consequences of disobedience. If we want
an increase ol tne population, il we waul tbe land
tilled with happy families and children, we must be
chaste and industrious and sober. 11 we are nut so,
all the rewards that can be given, or ill the tbe pun
ishments which can be iuflicted, will not help to in
crease ftie people. They will pine away and die,
you may fill tbe land w-itb emigrants, but it will not
help the Hawaiiaua, nothing will help them hut
obedience to the laws that God has given for their
health aud increase. Obey these.aud all will be well,
violate tbera, and no lawa cau save us. It dependa
entirely ou ourselves.
Let us look at some or Ihe great nations where
the yreat body of the people live in obedience to
these laws, aud see how steadily they have iucreae
ed and are increasing by births over deaths.
France in 1M1 contained 27.J49.003
do ISM SB,03.So4
Iocreaee in AS years fl,GUl,X61
Ors.t llritaia & Ireland in 1600 eoutaiued 1K.UW.mjo
dj do " 1848 " 211.000,000
Incraasi. in 58 years la.O0O.u00
L'uited State! in 1776 euotsibed 2.SU3.U00
do " 187 Al.obl.OUS
lucre in 100 yean 40,788,063
Immigration iuto the United Slates has probably
contributed lull one half of the great Increase in
cluding tbe detcendents of immigrants. The immi
gration bis been distributed through the 100 years
at followi :
Prrebine to 1840 1. 000.94 C
Kr.iin 1840 to lsaO .1,713,8M
Kruru 180 lo I860 .7 .2.S9..2I4
Fnaji laOOtu 1870 2,491,451
Froni 1670 ta 1674 1.M1.827
Estimated In 1875 ....
These luiiuigianla were from the
Great Brittin 4,319,048
Nnraay aud Saedrn 231,344
Other Cuaatries 1,300,407
Latest Foreign News.
WAsnisGTos, April 25th. The House CommUte
on Territories, hare agreed to report farorably tht
Senate Bill for the admission of New Mexico. The
onlj important amendment provides that the election
for tbe adoption of a State Constitution ihall not be
earlier than January 27th.
The Secretary of the Treasury haa directed the pay
ment of tbe .May interest of tbe public debt, amount
ing to over ten millions, to be commenced without
Mr. Fish hi received a Urge lot of papers from
Steinbercer. No attention wilt be paid to them, the
(Jorernment bidding that by goiog off as an a ! ven
turer and hiring out to a foreign power. Slein-erger
disfranchised himself, and has not tbe slightest claim
on the tioTernuient.
A 7' i :.' Washington special sars : " Representa
tive Faulkner, of the Foreign Affairs Committee, in
tends to offer a resolution requesting the President to
give notice immediately, on America's part, to termi
nate tbe treaty of 1842. relating to tbe extradition of
New X jkk, April 2th. The Massachusetts Re
publicans to-day selected four delegates at large to
the Cincinnati Convention Dana, Chadbourne,
Forbe.-, and Hoar. Tbe three first are Bri&tow men :
tbe last for Blaice.
Wasbisgtox, May 9th. Both Houses of Congress
havo adjourned over till Friday next. All legislative
business is entirely suspended, and the Capital ts
pretty generally deserted on account of the Centennial.
Loxdox, April 25th. Disraeli, in the House of
Commons last night, gave Fawcetl no encouragement
on the letter's motion f ir an address, to the Queen,
praying her not to accept tbe title uf Empress. Faw.
cett gave notice of a more stringent motion, amount
ing to a rote of censure.
Roar k, April 23d. Tbe healtbof Cardinal Antonelli
again excites serious apprehensions. Tbe Pope was
closeted with bim a long time Friday.
Lokdon, April 24th. A despatch from Barbsdoes
aays riots have occurred throughout tbe island. Plan
tations ami houses are sacked, aud animals destroyed
and an enormous destruction of property has taken
place. Over forty of tbe rioters have been shot. The
troops are actively employed. The eity of Bridge
town is threatened. Business is suspended, and
families are seeking the shipping for safety. The
rioters lay they have the Governor's sanction for their
action. The immediate recall of Governor John Pope
Hencssey is requested.
New York, May 9lb. Most of the critics declare
that M iis Dickinson's debut was a failure, and the play
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
E-timate for 18TJJ
The increase by births in several different coun
tries by taking tbe excess ol blrtha over deaths baa
been iu a year as foiiuYV6:
In France 0M per cent 1851
In sVlfrinm u.Cl per cent 1850
In .'.irtugil ll perceut ft 1849
In Kdmia 0.74 nr ernt I83J
In Saxony I.08perceut 1862
In Iru.ia M per cent 1819
Iu Holland 1.13 par coot 1850
ta v k Wale WM parcaaji 1850
In United States 1.38 par cent 18W
These figures tend clearly to confirm my state
ments, thai where the laws our Creator, for the in
crease of the race, are obeyed by tbe jjreat body of
the people, tbe increase Is sure to follow. I believe
ll will be so here if wc obey these laws found in the
liiblc, w hich wc all have, and that we need no legis
lation. Every man and VotMn must he a law unto
themselves. If we are not so, but live in violation ol
God's laws made for happiness and increase ; no
li-trislation of ours will help ue. With these views,
much as I approve of the motive for the law, I can
not vote lor it lor if wc do right, wc lo notnued it,
:id ifwe do not do right, it will do us no t;ood.
Royal Hawaiian Theatre
Sensational Leap for Life
JIIIH 11 4K THE
Ni-w aud WonilerJul FeAta un the Single Trapes by
M A M l It WAI.TKK KOMI.
En tin.' Change of Programme Thla Eveniug.
New and I ri iik Trapeae Acta by
IiOttle and Mn.ii-r M'nlter toina,
The Wonders of the Age,
New Sonjrs br M'dlle. pOTJfBat MORTXNG. embracing
the leading Sensational and Comic of tbe day.
New Song, hi character, by Mil CflAS. Af ORTTNfJ.
New Negro Delineations and Comlqne by Ml: c. MOitT-
&la New .'creaming Farce by the Company,
Boston Board or liuderwriters.
CENTS for the Hawaiian lalanda.
0. i ...-!. . A CO.
Philadelphia Board of Underwriters.
A GENTS for the Hawaiian Islands,
C. URKWKK CO.
C. S. BARTOW. Anrfiuneer.
Salesroom on Queen Street, una door from Kaahumanu
bVS Street. ly
:. K. MOFF1T, ill. I.
OBlce In Wailnku, Mu... B. I.
ltf. S. (.ItlMtAI M St CO..
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE SEALERS
In Fashionable Clothing, lists. Caps, Boots, Shoes and
every variety of Gentlemen's superior Furnishlog Hoods.
Store in Makea'a 1;, . k. Queen Street, Honolulu. II. I.
Tin: IMIKIISKIIIED HAVE FORMED A
Co-partnership for the purpose of carrying on a
general merchandising business at Kawubaei, Hawaii,
f-irm name, "AniN 41 Stack-pole."
W. F. ALLEN.
C11AH. It STACK PO LK.
June 1st. 1S76. iilV-lm.
I I JO POULTRY
BRED BY M. EYRE,
BROIVZK TCRKETS, WEIOnilVO 40 LBS
EACH. Erndt-n Ueete, wplKhlof from 40 to M lbs.
per pttir. BrahmM, .eegfooni"., (lAiaeft, etc.
rekin Ducl.5, bv. r:u.-nic 18 to 20 It per
pair, and bet of all Ducks and Lajren,
tXA. true to name, fresh and well packed, for aale at
moderate price. .
Send for IllustrauM Circular, and Price list, to
M. EYRE, Napa. Cal.
On receipt of 10 cents In stauipa, I wilt furnish spectmeo
ropy of Ihe POULTRY BlTLLETT5, n lllostrated 32 pAe
monthly, the recogmlrcd authonty lu poultry matters In
theU.8; aud decidedlr the beat Poultry Journal pub
lished. SubaciipUon only i . a year.
Ilease tute where you saw this adrerUsemeDU Orders
may also be left at this office . 595 2m
FOR S J. a 11
PVRaSrAVr TO A PUHCB OF HAIaE con.
TA1NKD In a certain murttrite-decd mude by
w i Ha iti i uerrni to i imrii s i. utunoji. oated tne SVta luy
of March, 1-7 ', and recorded lu the Kelstry of Deeds nt
Honolulu, In Liber 37 on pages 77, 79, and 1 and for a
breach of the Condition! of sold deed, will be sold by
public auction, on SATURDAY, the fifteenth day of July.
1876, at 12 o'clock noon, at the Auction Rooms of C. 8.
Bartow, Queen street, Honolulu.
First All that piece of land, situated In the district of
Kona Island of Oahu, described as follows : ('omnifnclng
at the Makai South corner of John II. Wood's loton the
Nututnu Valley Hoad, tbe boundary rutisnloug said lot
N. 41 ltV W. 203 feet : thence along Joanes' lot 8, M 0'
W. M feet and & V W. 44 X feet : Uieuce along lot
No. 2 and Kemp s lot 8. 46 i -' K. 210 feet ; thence along
the side of the Nuuanu Valley Road IV. 31 50 4C 125 feet
to the place of commencement containing an area of G6S.
1,000 of an acre.
SecondAll that piece of land In said district and
Island described as follows; Beginning at Uie Makai
ISouth corner on the Nuuanu Itoiul and running N. ::j -, '
, 55 2-2 feet along the Road: Uience N. W. 153
6-12 feet; Uience ft W. 55 feet; thence 8. 39,S
K. 100 feet ; thence N ca1,0 K. 18 feet 5 inches; Uience
South 43 E. 43 feet to the place of beginning, being a
part of the land described and granted In Laud Com'
mission Award, No. 1312.
Third All that piece of land In said district and Is
lam! described as follows : (Aunmeuciug at the South
1 ;.-t. ri- corner of Uiis lot on the Westerly side of Nuuanu
Riuid, and running from thence S 33" W. SU-lOO cliahis
along Nuuanu Rood : thence N. 44 W. 2 SV-100 chains
bounded by land of Kemp ; Uience N. 47c 30 K. 33-100
chains iMinnded by land of Kemp; thence N. 46' Wl
4I-1O0 clialnn: thence N. 47 E. ..7-100 chains along
Haaleleas' laud; thence S. i; E. 3 82 100 chains along
Burdick's land to Ihe place of couimeucemeiit, coutalnliig
31100 of an acre. And
Fourth All Uiut pj SOI of land In sold district and Is
land described as follows : Commencing at the 8. W.
corner of this lot aul at the N. W. corner of a cert-dn lot
heloriL'ing to Volluni, running from thence N. 47 30 I
76 feet nluug said land tK'loncin to Volluin ami a lot of
Cutneir. thence N, 4i W. fi-vt alorur land of Cutui-11 ;
thence S. 47 30' W. 36 feet, S. 4o K. Is Inches, S. 47J 30'
W. ' fiv-t all along Und owniM by Ilaalelea ; thence tn
I t of commencement comprising un area of I43-l,OOO.of
Dated this Cth day of June, A.D., 1876.
CUAS. R. BISHOP, Mortgagee,
(by his Attorney In fact),
JOHN U, PATY.
E. T. O'HALLORAN,
Solicitor for the Mortgagee. 55-4tJe7,21 Jy&,12.
J t i ; AMI I.I Vi: TIF.RCEN,
llllf 50 (ialluna eaeh.
100 IXSK TIEBCEM.
45 Oallons earb.
Clean anil Rood for unv purpose.
avi 2 l" ror sale ny
THIS REMEDY WAS ORIGIN AI.I.Y PRE
SCRIBED by an eminent physician for a -caae of
Dropsy In Mrs. Hunt's family. John Hunt, aged about 45,
of a stout and plethoric habit, was seised with a sodden
attack of general dropsy, which In a few days threatened
his life. The ordinary remedies had all proved Inefhca
cfous, and under their use tbe patient was fast falling Into
an alarming tale. The dropsy was general ami extensive,
leg swelled in an enorrn-as slxe and the water increasing
rapidly H waa entirely unable to lie down lo bed, and
wan forced to remain nlxht and d.-.y In a sitting pontnre.
This state of things continued uutil by the advice of the
lhys.cian alluded to. the present remedy was tried. In
eotmnnence Of ita peculiar nature It was necessary u pre
lare it with great care, aod In order to Inwure this It whs
intrusted to the family of Air. nuut to procure and com
Tbe remedy was administered, and almost from the
moment of Its reption a decided Improvement became
Dianlfeat. The kldoeys were Immediately affected and
roured tn action ; the swelling of the legs rapidly sulxkled,
tbe lungs were freed and reaomed Ihelr healthy and
sgreeAble action ; the llesh of limbs resnined Its elasticiir,
caklne remaining, and he was rapidly convalescing
when unfortunately, prompted by thla rapid Improvement,
be gave up the remedy for a short Ume.
It wat unfortunate, for the curative proofs was ar
rested, the kidneys flagged In Uieir action, again becoixf
Injt torpid, the water increased with frightful rapidity
and he noon again found himself In a very alarming state.
The remedy was again had recourse to. and by its perse
vering use tbe disease was a second Ume subdued, lint
this waa a most aggravated and severe case, and It took all
the virtues of the flcmedy. combined with care and time,
to eradicate the effects of the disease. Hut through a MB
severing use of it a permanent curs waa e fleeted , and be
rrsumed bis active out-of-door occupation, within a short
time, a wen man
TliLi wu the manner In which the Remedy was brought
Into notice, and since then for a period of twenty Ave (-5)
years the medicine has been prepared after the same ap
proved formula by Mrs. Hunt, and used by our first physi
cians In their private practice, for this and similar complaint-..
It has been well and favorably known and extmslveNy
use slnced that time by al I clasnes, both with and without
the advice of physicians, and has been the means of saving
from a lingering and frightful disease, and untimely death,
many of our most estimable anil well-known ri lire us.
The enly known Remedy for Brtght's Disease, and has
cured every case of Dropsy In which It lias been
given; Irritation of tbe Neck of the Bladder Inflamatlon
of the Kidneys riceratlon of the Kidneys and Bladder
Diabetes. In Siricture,and for Enfeebled and Iellcate
Constltutlous of both sexes, nttt with tba fol
lowing symplons : Loss of Power, Doss of Me
mory. nilUcultay. Breathing, Weak Nerves, Wakefulness,
Painful and Dragging Sensation In tbe Back or Loins.
Flunhlng of the Body. Eruptions on th Face, Pallid Coun
tenanty , Lusitude of tbe System etc
Has been before the public for more than twenty years,
and has been the means of saving from lingering and
frightful disease and unUmely death hundreds of our most
estimable aud well known citizens.
This Medicine was Never Known to Fail.
Price $1.80 per Bottle.
m i. i.i . h v h & co.
595 3m Sole gents for Hawaiian Island
MRS .BLACK AND MISS DEERING!
DESIRE TO l ll I) TO I II F. I KI EX Its
ANIl ueiuaiiiUinn uf the Ite Mrs Thompson that
they bare Doueiit out the estdullshmeattcept by her at the
North East Corner of Bash and Stockton St
AS A FIRST CLASS
Private Family Boarding House !
And that they will continue to attend to those who favor
them with their patronage, with the same care and atten
tion formerly dispensed by that lady.
09ft SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 2m
N0TIICE TO HOLDERS OF STOCK, &c,
On the Island of Hani.
ALT, PERSOIYS HAVING CATrLE, non?EM,
Ac,, graalng ou the Walluktt or Walkapu Commons,
are requested to remove tbe same. If notcommuted for on
or before tbe 1st day of June, S71. After snld date all
Cattle, Ac., found trespassing will be Impounded according
lo law. All persons wishing lo ran eattie, Ac., on said
commons, can do so by applying to.
IIKNIIY COItaNWEiX A CO.,
N. n. No driving Horses, Cattle, Ac, or branding ul
lowed on snld commons without the permission of thesalj
Cornwell A Co., or their autborixed agent..
Wrdluku, May Z2, 1870. S34 U
By K. P. ADAMS.
KM I! V KM I Itl lal l. I .
ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL 0B AT LAW
Will nit. -nit tbo Terms of Courts on the othrr l-l.n.l-,
Monry to IsdiI un Mortgagrs or Fmhold,. ,. " t r I - I ; Nu.
-'7 Merchant B treat, 3 dour, fn.m Dr. HUngeuaraM's curlier.
SPECIALITY OF HAVANNA CIGARS IMITATIONS:
ORDERN M n irllM I.V PBElAIO ARE
1'IMUPrL.Y and carefully attended to by UrXjItUl
KKIIKHAHN, Hamburg. 64 lui
WM FKC'IIER, CABINET MAKER, lit
ri llnauKibiuif bla busiaeas hi Hotel Htreet, tbanaa
iila customer fur the support accorded to bim in tbe paats
and commi'iiils to their notice aud patronage bla auccea
aor C. til. i . : . . by whoiu the busintas wUl be carried ou
In future. .1 lm
TWO VERY MM: TOUTED
Just Received from New York,
AKD FOR SALE BY
H. M. WHITNEY.
rbes Pianos, like the Steinaray, rank among the best
fur sweetness of tone and durability. 883
rrnilF. JVEXT TERM OF OA II I COLLEOK
M. will commence Sept. .'.th, 1871.
8cboiars desiring to enter are required to pans examina
tion In afeutai Arithmetic, Written Arithmetic through
JJIvlsiou. Geography through the United States, Spelling,
Heading and Writing.
Applicants will be examined Jane 23d and 21th orSepL
4 th audith.
Tuition fl.oo per week. 38.00
Boajdot Washing. .'; . - 130.60
Music i Hanoi. 75 per week.
Tbe liases will run for tbe accomod atlon of puplla
Tbe rooms of Boarders are to be forniabed by the oc
cupant. Letters of Inquiry may be addreaad to
tin It AHA8A PRATT, President.
CORRI'G ATF.D IRON, in Sheets of 8, 7, and 8 feet
Galvanized Piping, l-I.and 1 l-!ln. wide;
Fence Wire, Net;
HOOP Iron, '-8 Inch assorted ;
Sheet Lead, assorted ;
Lead Piping, i mca.;
Black Iron Wire, No. to is ;
Tin Plates, aaaorted, at
iu m F. A. SCHAEFER A Co's
flEST CALIFORNIA OAT HAT
For Sale br
BOLLKS A t)
CATTLE FOR SALE.
THE VNPERNIURXEfl OFFERS FOR
SALE tbe herd of
CATTLE KNOWN AS THE SUMNER HERD
And uow running on tbe landa of Dowwtt and bnmiier In
Kaiieobe uid K:ulu. KooUnpoko, uahn.
The berd Is In fine order, many of tbe cattle beine fit for
Market, and consist of 650 beads, or
Zoo .Stff?ra I year lo 4 yean old.
175 ( ows aod Heifer,
For terms of 8le apply tn.
ALEX J. CART WRIGHT.
H4 Attorney hi fact for Jobn Hunmer.
The Fmlcnisncil, tlnljr Naoru lioforc n
Justice of Supreme Oiurt, and havlnif two superior Berlin
Instrument.- ia prepared to make Analyala of Sutrar by
Polarization. HMrtlg . . ! - l C'oL . .Spaldlni; laat year
to polarize bts pureliascs of refinery suirars, be la confident
of giving correct resulta.
WM. 0. 1HWI.V.
Honolulu, March 31st, 1ST6. -148 3m
Boot and Shoemaker,
HAS Ki:noVK TO Itl. NTREET,
opposite West's Carriage Depot, where he Is pre
pared to supply bis Custo-ners wltn Boots belter
than Henlcert's 691 -m
Mrs. M. L. Foster
EOA TO INFORM THE LADIEN OF
Honolulu, and the public generally, that she baa
A Fancy Store on Port Street
Opposite O, K. William's furniture warerooms, where a
choice selection of
Goods in the Ladies line !
arc to be found, also .
Dress Making in tbe the Latest Style.
$5,000 To Loan.
Fit 1: THOUSAND DOLL A KM OF T It IS r
Funds to Invest. Apply In writing,, with particulars,
to A.F. JUUD.
Honolulu, May 27, 1871. tat 2m
SI III N ' DIRElrr FBOM ItO.MTO.V
M. American Prime Pork
American Mess lleef,
New Bedford Towllne,
New Bedford I'nttinc Falls,
New Bedford Whalemen's Oara
Finy Bales Beat Patent Oitkaml
All of wblchwU 1 be sold at low prices, by
563 BOiXES ,t CO.
carpenter and joiner
Tig, Work Done Promptly. 't
Nhop on Fort St.. Riplanads, opposite Hopper' Barrel
: de 1, M . KXitMT.K DESIRES
employment on a large sugar plantation.
(ii- vu:;ty is, I'opiMrrapby, Trlauirulatlou and Land
Aorveylnf, Levelling, Making of Boad aod of Waterleads
for irrigation, (JulUvaUon of LroplcaJ puuita, Hogar Uaou-fatctoo"-
Uoneral Book Keeping, Mechanical piajis and
draughting to ensure economy lo labor and expenditures.
Experieoce of twenty years In tropical countrlea. Ad -dreat
rommauaulooa to tbe Honolulu Post-oflace,
Mrs. C. J. Murphy.
Commence Teach inn; again, Jane 7t li..
Wax FIowers.Hair Fiowef s & Fancy Wort
At 9S cts. A I.r.son.
MIS. I Ml BPII Y IB WELI. K VOW V AS A
thorooah practical teacber, havlns; taoaht In Use
best Colleges and Schools lu San Francisco for a Bom
ber of years. She has Hied the price of lessons very low
lu Give every one a chance to learn.
HAIR SWITCHES, BRAIDS. ETC.,
For Sole al Its than Cost.
False Whiskers, Mustache, and Beards for Masquerades
or amusement, constantly on band. Any color made to
B. 44 Fart Street. m
To the Public.
T'Hi: whom: stock OF THE CXDEK
aifrned, constating of
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING,
II a a Been Reduced 90 per ct.
French Prints at 17 cts. per yard.
American Prints at 11 eta. per yard.
Fine Sheetings at 30 a Si eta. per yard.
Pine Irish Unen at 35 cts. per yard.
Linen Towels at f 1.25 per docen.
Fine French Sllka at f 1.50 to f2.00 per yard.
Also a splendid assortment of Boygt
Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods
At a very Low Bate.
In fact all these goods will be sold at a great reduction.
SM It No. at Fort Street
A. W. PEIRCE & CO.
Offer for Sale
WHALE BOATS AND BOAT STOCK,
IPIoxjlt cfcj BreadL !
Lime and Cement,
By Steamer Iron San Francisto,
Potatoes, Onions, &c.
Brand's Bomb Lancei,
Ferry Davit' Painkiller,
Pnnloa Salt Works
California Bed Brick.
A FEW THOFMAXD OF GOOD QUALITY,
received this day per Mary Belie Roberta, and for
la be IMS MIXES at CO.
By Order of Messrs. HT.MA!, BROS.,
T SALESROOM. COMMENCING IT 10 O'CLOCK ..
When will be offered, on a Liberal Credit
to the Trade,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN
CLOTHING. FANCY GOODS.
In Part as follows, viz:
Fancy i'mk Printa. Drown and White Cottons,
Striped anil Plain Deulnu, lllne Drills,
Black Cobiirg, French Merinoes,
Fancr Dress Goods, Blue anil Black Ctuslmerea,
Fancy Caasimeres, suitable for Tailors,
Faiicy Wool aud Cottou shawl, a Large amortmeni .
Fancy TvtseJ .Suits, Blue Flannel Suits,
Fine Black Frock aud Sack Coats,
Fancy Oasalmere and Blue Flaonel Coats,
Fine Black Pants, Casslmere I 'ants,
Black Vests, Wnlte Unen Shirts,
Whit Drill Coat. Brown Linen Suit.,
Ail aaaotement of Fancy Satineta aud Cotton Pants,
Boy 'a Clothing,
Men'a Orey and Black Casslmere Hats,
Panama and Straw Ilats,
Black and Grey Wool Haw. Boy's Half,
Ladiea Hats, trimmed and unlrlmmed.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, VIZ :
Crimean Wool Hhlrts, Men's Socks,
White Shirts, all u,iialiiles.
Harvard and Fancy Cotton Shirts,
Brown and Spanish Unen Shirtfl,
Flannel Overshirts, Boy's Shirts, Suspenders,
Liuen aud Cotton Handkerchief,,
Fancy Neckties, for, ladles and gentlemen.
BOOTS and SHOES,
Men's Fine Dress Boots,
Calf Boots, Oxford Ties, Balmorals,
Iadiea' and Children's Balmoral aud Button Boots.
LARGE VARIETY OF FANCY GOODS!
Hair Oil, Perfumery, Cutlery, Pipes,
Hosiery, Stationery, and llubber Goods. J
By C. S.BARTOW.
Vt males Room.
ON THURSDAY, - - - JUNE 8th
At It o'clock A. M., will Ua -aid.
Badatsada, Msttraaars. Box Crib,
Tables, Lars. Skis-Board. Centr Tabs,. Iron 91.
Cases of Bread,
Fresh Butter, Ac, &c.
C. S. BARTOW, AaWtioaMi.
And For Sale by
F. T. LENEHAN & CO.
AT HALK-PAST II O'CLOCK,
I BO m Genuine Manila Cigars,
290 Pes. Fine Burlaps.
CO- T Kit MS LIBERAL, ta
jILSO, AT PRIVATE SALE!
EX BRIO JULIA
A DAUS, Aiiffr.
BOOT AND SHOE STORE !
Corner Fort t Merchant Sts.
HAS JUST RECEIVED
Por x. o. avixru.ja.'V.
THE MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies1, Misses1 and Children's
Coatom-Made, Extra Vine and Medium Quality
Boots cfc Shoos
Ever ofTered In Honolulu.
5t IRA RICHARDSON.
A Cargo of Firat-Class Steam
G O L !
Sold ia Lots to Suit Purchasers.
F. T. LENEHAN A Co.
Superior Oregon Sugar Cured Hams !
Extra Corned Beef I
(In 1001b. Package),
BtH-elveJ last Trlpof J. A. f'alklubara;
FOK 8 ALE BY
THE RIGHT ARTICLE FOR FAMILY USE !
More Eeanonalesi than Wood !
Wilder & Co.
l IVAHT PERK aft f'lLM Carta HlaD'h',
MM tlaarU and Pint
For sail- M
Kaa BsndinJT ej Ka Mot
II. HACKFELIJ at CO.,
WASTED TO BUT ASB EXCH ABTOE ALL
kinds al tnktn mam pa Tbe blglwat caaB or
eichance prWe paid for Sandwich and rm Island atamps.
Saeets at Ttf r sent on approval.
Add rasa la GEO. E. WASHBtTsUt,
ia; lm- . P- O. Box ,, San rraaeiacv, al
EX 'AGLAIA' & 'CEDER,'
And other late arrivals.
The Following Machinery.
ONE Sill A R MILL. COJiPLETE
THREE WKJiroVS t'EXTRI Ti A I.
FIVE STEA Jf CLARIFIEB9. 1M
nuil 50O UALLONS.
Of Various Descriptions.
Cases Hsidseiek'a Champagne, pint and qaaita'
BaaktU Lawrence- Champagae, pit and qta.
Baskets Lawrence'i Champagne, extra dry,
Casea H.nneasy a Brandy,
Caaea MarUll's zxx Brandy,
Cases Plaoit't 1862 Braoilj,
Cases Small denial.
Baskets Beat Genera,
Cases Brat Old Tom tl in.
Cuai Best Kinahan'iJ, Iriih Whiikey,
Caaei Danrilli'i Iriih iWhiikiy,
Best Seoleh Whiskey,
Quarter Calks Beat Hennesty'i Pal Brandy,
Quarter Cuki Beat Mirtell'f Bran J-,
Quarter Caikf Jamaica Bum.
BEST AMERICAN WHISKIES !
Ooeidental, Hermitage and O.F.C.
Caaea Beat Pile Sherry,
Cases Beit Old Port,
Quarter Casks Pale Sherry,
Quarter Caska Irish Whiskey,
McEwan's India Pale Ale,
Plata and Quarts.
India Pali Ala, pints and quarts,
Bass A Co's India Pale Ale, pints and quarts,
Orange Bitter,, in ease.
Boutelleau A Co'a.O , , ,
Case, Superior Vermouth,
Cases Poker's Bitters, Casas Superior Claret,
Caaea MEWAVS XXX ST OCT, 1st .tour jaga,
PIHTS A N I ' QUARTS.
Bark Ka Moi, from Bremen
A FULL AfWORTMEST OF
FIXE PRINTllfUlaUl), New Htjrlra.
Flnr Wbltr llround I'rlnta, new atylra.
White Hblrtlna. White Urllls,
Soprrior tluailtr of Bleached Drnlms,
Superior Tweeds, Shawls Aaaorted, ate. Ate.
ALSO A FINK LOT OF
Superior Brands Champagne.
F. T. LENEHAN A CO.
JUST ARRIVED, FROM ENGLAND.
PER KA MOI !
WHITE ENAMEL PAINT
MADE BY THE
Liverpool Silicate Paint Comp'y
A SUPERIOR ABTICLE, BKADV TOK
use, adapted for
External or Internal Painting
of HOUSES or SHIPS, a prerentlre of the naajasa of tba
White Ant, and can be used equally wull on (ma-nt. Imn
or Zinc (Ml am) l a.hi.i- a i.jusass.
Ox Bows, Ox Bows, Iron Ox Bows,
S2 50 por ra.lr !
OXE PAIal WILL LAST TEAM. BT
I Nil these Bowsaaaving of so per cant, s made over
wood. Bows can ha seen al
fjafr Orde rs from the other
1, T. CHATTEB'S,
BSS aaa Next CaaSJaaa Hoaas.
LL PEaWOJIH HAVIXta rWUETLLED AC
mi: arm with ma are uimaatad ta taar tba aaaaa
IKJOKK THE lat OF JCS1 and all t-rraoas bartaa btax,
against me are requested to present tb. aaaae AT OUCat,
aa I leare tbe kinadom tn a raw daya
m iv o. a crintijfoei. at. p.
THE rXDEaVI.OXEDr.AVI BKaaX MlT
APTOINTKD ailnilnlatrator of tb latin of DAVID
EAL'KABA. lat.- uf llanalH. Kaoal,
ajl parsons Indfbtrd to said a
meat, and all bavins; claims
wot the same, wltn proper
from date hereof, or they will b IBIS I mt
Hanalel. stay 2tth, HT1.
ai I'sasaiJ. riitiBa.li
aaseaasBJb aaABaaal -ii.' bsSssS
Professor Zaba's System.
PA.WPHLET , t'HABTft. lllai.lrw.UaiK
Prof. Zaba'a popular syau-ro of Taacblnc HaWartal
and Cbroaolisrlcal Uataa, can be paifhsml a: H. Whit
ney'a A few i oala. oar aar saaa. sa las,
SOLE & SADDLE LEATHER.
Tanned Goat and Sheep Skins
srtOwajTAXTLT OX RAID A"D FOB MALE.
J from tba weU known
WAIXE A TAVMXBBT. Ct, XOTLET, Pra'r.
m ly A. B. CLaWHOga; a CO., Ammaa.
Ll'LC. Vial tin frit
cordially Invited to ttad Public Warabaa al jyORT ST.
CHVkCH. where Sri laiaa an bead rrwy waath at it
o'clock A. at., and ; S P. at. Beatts an pravkted for all
wbo may be please, to attend. Thar Is ffiimaajaay
evenins Prayer Matsaaj at 7X o'eiarlt, ba lata f aataaa
Boom, to ahkballare weU-oma. Ui ly
Saloon Pilot Bread.
not AVXD QSt.
For sal, by
lEttT ttl ALlTY.
P ail ,ur s
BOIXES A CO.