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MVOTEP IttUWllUI PROGRESS.
rru3tii imi KniTun r.T
II EN I. Y M. WHITNEV
WEDKEsnA V. Jr.VE 14.
bbsm trliicli came by the last
oil Ural Ac Sftaniali Cortet has adoited the
oUawcrn iW nrw Conslitntion pmridinp for
fell retigwna toleration, ty a rote of 220
arwur l, in tin- hk: t-ncnnrairinp pice r.f
nra-a that ha iabk fp.m tlie lanj of the olive
aad w fur marr a dir. It is not only a
(Treat advance toTav? aeenred religion liber
ty, bat it it a significant fart that it shonld
haw taw a mramd try Koch an over hilminp
ii.: Y. - ' it:, '. tlx- y.uiip kin:; vicl.lol
U taw d aaijl of take Pefw that this article be
.-. aVi MM ii. -r. ..f C.rt.-s kIihv
(bat he a oald have hot his throne by the con-
iJ ihafs have prccipitateJ a re-
To-at, Jane Hth, the Republican (Vmven
I ' I !..'.:-: Cine lii'iali. U m.rninate catiili
dales fnr fiesj-r: and Vice-President of tlie
Gaaai Sutra. The convention will consist of
dcbgpataa, eboaea oa the basis of two for
rack tVaifef Sts. ional rcpresentativo. including
the SMas aad Territories. A majority of Uic
wakes cast ascarts the choice. 1 1 is Bat likely
thai any candidate will receive 37s votes on
the irst ballot, bat the balloting will start off
with about thia saroportiop : Blaine 275 ; Ons
low. 175 ; Conkiing 100. while Morton, Hayes,
ssal etlius will receive smaller votes. It may
be abat all these will lie thrown aside, and
Mac ttrtr man General Sherman, -crimps,
will be takea ays aad enanimously chosen. We
eaaaalcr that Blaine is the stronfrcst name now
before tbe coaatri for this high office.
The Democratic Convention meets at St.
i tbe 27th of Jane.
TT reports of the Surgeon and Treasurer
of the Qaecu's U capital, inserted in to-day's
. ; . p: :i.: t:.:.t it:iti::ion continues to
be asaa eCcieat state of usefulness and is as d. -au
i iaa. of tbe cordial sne,ort of the peoplc,aso(
llw. pecaaaary assistance required for its main-
Nei: : the a kx osta4lislnucnt, no
thia Kingdom lias become more a
I tbe means of improving the sani-
i of this iooplc than the Queen's
, ad coosjuently no aprojiriation
be more cneerfully voted tlian these.
p v.-n.:.. sustaiiiint; three sani
tary eatablsshmenU Queen's Hospital, Leer
A.vlun. aad Insane Asylum at an annual B
pease of almut Sati.OOO. and is thus doing for
the relief ttf the indigent sick more in pro'eeir
tneti to its revenue than any other government.
institutions contain not far from
! and when we slate that the aver-
' coat is less than SC per head, it will be
t. that tbey are conducted on a very eco-
that the merits of the treatv arc to lie measured. I dllhtent care, combined with earnest etTurt on tbe
It is charged bv its opponents with being Prtoflbc tcacbert, on whom the . poplla reflect
" I v. ...!:, Ti . -.a . . -I will ,nn i in
the Primary Department, of whieb Miss Brickwood
t the Principal Tcacber, aseiatcei by Miss Fornan
der. Any one wbo bit bad experience in training
Hawaiian cbildren knows bow much labor is re
quired to get them to pronounce tbe simplest Eng
lish words correctly and distinctly. So that when
it is said tbat these little juveniles read and spoke
English wltb scarcely a trace ol foreign accent, it is
highly complimentary to those who hare bad tbe
training ol them. Their spellins was particularly
deserving of notice Some lorty or Ally boys were
arranged in a row, while a ltur. list of words were
called oat lor tbcm to spell. They finally resumed
their seats without having made O'le mistake. So
that a laJy wbo had gaac 'here with a prize, inteud.
iug to give it to tbe boy who should spell best, was
compelled to take it nway with her, as it was impos
sible to say which was best. .Neither would we
omit tbe excellent order and discipline of the
school. The examination was followed by songs
and declamations. Although the singing was good,
we thought tbe upeaking better still. The render
ing Ihe " l'ily the sorrows ol a poor old man" was
inimitable, and m st untuislak ibiy merited the first
bates. The following is the prize list: UI Solomon;
2nd II. Von Uolt ; 3rd J. Wilmington ; 4lh Mafia ;
5th Lui Mahiai; Cib J. Kaiwi.
The wrll-condueted and most useful Pol.uka.tia
Girls School was examined on Friday, and all pres
ent were impressed with tlie idea that Miaa Corney,
and her assistant Miss Dudi.it. are not laboring in
rain in their effort to inculcate in their pupils habits
of neatness and Vetuuinat, while Ihe prompt and
vicacious auswers showed that in the matter of
book learning they were above the average. The
number ol pupils in the school, according to tile re-
port of the Prcaidcut of the Board of Education, is
To the examination of Oahu College, more time
has been deroted this year than has heretofore been
customary. This has been done in accordance with
tbe sound theory of President Pratt tl. at an exami
nation U not a mere entertainment for the gratilica.
lion of spectators, but should be an honest show
ing of tbe progress the 6tudeuts arc making. With
this end in view the examinations commenced on
Wednesday Of last week, and continued four days,
thus affording every class an oppuilunity to exhibit
the work it bad accomplished during the year, and
the result proved that tbe scholars had been dili
gent, and tbe teachers most eminently lit'.ed for the
positions they occupy. The number of pupils dur
ing the past year has been about eighty, of whom
uearly one half are girls. On the afternoon of Mou
lt, after partaking of a sumptuous lunch, a large
audience listened lor several hours Ith great inter
est to declamations, seleet readings, recitations, and
eomnbsittoas by some ot the more advanced scho
lars. The excellence was so unilorm that it would
be unfair to particularize, but we will ay that we
rejoice to See that so much care and intelligent cri
ticism has been devoted by the faculty lo a high de
gree of culture io our mother tongue, a branch
so ollcn strangely neglected.
: Ban np v:o:.n.-
Wi ha before ( ays at. Atneriean pa
per,) a i laiOnaBn1 n jmrt of the Bank of France
Car 1SS. which gives an idea of the enormous
i transacted by this institution. It is
I that its eKTations last year amounted
to II. 57 million of francs, (11, 057,000,000
francs,) aad it is8cscd in specie on the
2th of Deoemlicr, the round sum of 1,06
of fouics (equal to 8980,000,000).
i k l as soventx -four branches, with
! to lie established shortly. Its
acre last year fnnrteen
millions and a half, besides five millions paid
t :": '" mnicnt as t:i.-s. Tlie divitail
were 20 francs a share, of a 1000 francs, or
;.. !.:.-.:- rrx furui of twenty per cent. The
i of die hills of the Bank of France
to equal the amount of
its specie, although they continue to lie opn
lar. The bills ef five, twenty and twenty-fivj
fi aai s, iaaaed since the war, arc gradually
The dcU of the State lo the
reduced to 556 millions of francs.
i is certainly a good exhibit.
We have bo desire to descend to the miry
ansa where alone tbe Adrrrlurr is capable of
csataatrng for the defence of its seventeonth
ceatary views. Tbe difference between that
jwaraal and ourselves, on the Chinese question,
m osaaply diis: Wc are the advocate of the
aamaerUl aad invincible principle embodied iu
Article 1, of oar Constitution, that " God hath
a IX HEX willi certain inalienable
which are life, liberty, and the
right of acquiring, osessing, and protecting
I of pursuing and obtaining safety
The Adrrrtisrr would limit
i declaration to whitk men. We
tbe growth and advancement of Ha-
i all influences, whether, from with
in or without, without regard to rfor, race, or
yri MBjMbi; the AJrtrtit rs policy is
based on pure selfishness, and though pretend
ing to be favorable to the aborigines of these
. it is so only Iwcausc that it knows from
I there can be no competition
with white interests. Tlie same arguments
I it uses against the Chinese would be
' to a restoration of a pure Hawaiian
of 400,000, such as ( apt. Cook
I here one hundred years ago. We regret
! is this country, where it has been so long
; have equal rights
, any one should bs found to
I a return to the curtailment of liberty,
of tbe whipping post, and
kindred inhumanities of man to his fol-
i which distinguished the dark ages.
the Treaty, a correspondent of
York Herald, (whom we judge to lie
wdhoff,) in commenting on it, about
of its passage in the bouse of repre-
Oa of the most important treaties ever
exhibiting the most fin until.
fraught with consequences of the
is tbe reciprocity treatv
with the King of tbe Sandwich Islands,
win aoon show whether Congress will
, and thus sustain the
of this question involves
nerican prestige and in-
prcvail in tbe Pacific or not.
it soon will
great high-way of commerce with " the
as been tbe coveted prise of
people for 1,500 years, then
half-way house to China
tribute, and impose
cwry lag that floats. As to the
of the treaty, or
of Custon s
it is a aw re laooHBe. It is not with
bat to Ihe mighty de
af the no very far distant future.
treaty. Tbe deciaioa
imam whethct A i
a " put-np job " for the liencfit of certain par
ties. That may possibly be its temporary ef
fect, but no one believes that was the object of
it. As well say the purchase of Louisiana,
was a put-up job, becanse its effect was to
lienefit certain sugar planters or that the fif
teen millions paid to Mexico for California
was a put-up job, lcanse the effect was to
licnefit a few far-seeing mining adventurers."
By the arrival of the bark Colombo from
Hongkong, 190 Chinese immigrants have lieen
introduced, consisting of 170 men, t women
ami 6 boys. So far as appearances go, they
arc a healthy and active set and likely to give
satisfaction as laborers ; but the government
ought to insist that the name and destination
of every (Kirsoii shall be preserved, as well as
that of the employer, by the agent of the Board
of Immigration, in order that the proper par
ties may lie held responsible lor the passage
money advanced. We understand that these
lalsirers arc offered tw elve dollars a month and
found in food and lodging to ship as rice cul
tivators. If these monthly wages can be given
Ui lakircrs who have heretofore received but
one, two or three dollars jer month for their
services, they can readily afford to refund the
passage money advanced to transport them
It was generally understood at the time that
the order for these immigrants was sent, that
women were to be brought as well as men, but
wc find now that this has not been carried out.
The result of this venture will disappoint all.
Here we have only 4 females out of 180 immi
grants. But one course remains to lie adopted
that in all future shipments of immigrants
introduced at public expense, the number of
women shall equal that of men and preference
shall lie given to families. Where a man immi
grates to another country, accompanied with his
wife and children, the probabilities are that he
willbeeome a permanent settler, anil this is what
we need here. While we shall cheerfully en
courage immigration of lth sexes, from Japan,
China, the South Sea groups, Kurope, or any
other quarter from w hich they can be induced
to come, we shall oppose the introduction of
malm only, at government expense, from any
source. The country is already sufficiently
demoialized by an excess ef Jin: lli'.'usnml
males, out of a population of 50,000.
Tac I nnlalatfrf i.
The past has been a broken week with the
Legislative Assembly. What w ith school an
niversaries and holidays the attendance and
business have been slack. The Sanitary Com
mittee has recommended to discontinue the pay
of traveling physicians, but wc are left tocon
jecture the reasons which led the gentlemen of
the committee lo this" action. We can under
dcrstand that districts like Wailtiku and Silo,
do not need a subsidized physician, the prac-tie-c
of the districts being large enough and
concentrated enough to support a physician
without making unusual demands upon him ;
but we know that there are large, sparsely
settled districts which need the care of physi
cians. Hawaii needs at least two physicians.
The Koholas, Hauiukiia and Waimca will give
work enough for one, while the Kolias and Kau
need another. Hana and Kaupo, on Maui,
should have a physician. We believe that the
windward side of this island should have a
resident physician. Kauai is, or soon will be,
well cares! for. If " Hoodltt Lahui " meant
anything, is not an empty, meaningless phrase,
we 6houlel encourage the intelligent care of our
sick. Because some one of on traveling phy
sicians has not appreciated his osition, has
lieen lax in the petfontaooe of duty, wc should
not do away with the servie-c to which ho
The "million dollar'" loan act lias, so far as
the Assembly is concerned received its quietus.
The objections to ihis law have been just what
we anticipated when it was under discussion.
It was a pawnbroker's act, and its passage litis
not added to the credit or good name of the
Assembly or the country. Parlies with money
to loan have withheld it liecausc of this act.
Wc have motie'V Btk ug'i in the country for all
legitimate and warranted expenditure.
The " school act " for the promotion of hab
its of industry in our youth, has been before
the Assembly again. There was an evident
intention on the part of the majority to repeal
the law at once, which was only defeated by
an amendment, committing it to the hands of
the committee on education. This amendment
met the views of the more reasonable members
and was carried. The committee will have to
make a well digested report, suggesting
amendments which will remedy the leading
faults complained of in the working of the law,
or it is doomed.
The report of a physician to the effect that in
all probability the lion. Mr. Kamukau, mem
ber for Honolulu, would mt be able to take his
seat in the Assembly, was the signal for a
strange action on the part of tho Assembly.
The seat of the member was declared vacant, .
and a new election recommended. After a
night's reflection, this action was reconsidered
and the question as to the condition of the scat
referred to the Justices of the Supreme Court.
The party, of which Prince Lclciohoku, of tlie
N'obles, end Hon. Mr. Lilikalaui of the Rep
resentatives, arc supiHised to be tlie leaders,
voted to declare the seat vacated and to order
a new election. This same party voted to re
tain the member from Waialua who was clearly
shown to have been illegally returned. We
trust that this action is thoughtless, and not de
signed. The immigration policy of the government
was made the order of the day for Tuesday.
Earn." which 1
Tbe Annual I nuiiua I ions.
The week past has been occupied with the
usual examinations of schools and other insti
tutions of leaniing, which precede the summer
vacation. The first of the 6cries was Uic ex
amination of the Fort Street School, on Wed
nesday, the 7th inst. This school is attended
chiefly by children of foreign parentage, only
ta-o of the fifty-eight lioys belonging to it
being pure Hawaiian. It is conducted by Mr.
M. B. Ilevk with, who is an experienced teach
er, and who is ably assisted by Miss Flora
Wood. The scholars gave evidence of the
faithful labors of their teachers.
Ou Thursday tbe cbildren attending tbe Royal
School underwent their regular annua! examina
tion. Tbe public, (rath foreign and native, evinced
their interest in the Institution by being present in
considerable numbers. Tbe Rev. Mr. Mackintosh,
Principal of tbe school, with Mrs. Harris, Miss 1.
Voo Putter and Mist C. Davis, Assistant Teachers,
conducted tbe examination in tbe upper depart
ment Each class performed its respective exercises
s i efficiently and answered all qucstious to prompt -1.
and correctly, that it would be invidious to draw
a comparison, and difficult to decide which deserv
ed the highest praise Such a result could not have
bees accomplished without long continued tod
Semi-alnnual Report of the Treasurer of
the Queen's Hospital.
To His Ex. W. L. Moeuosiu.
Minister of the Interior, 6rc, 4"C
Sin : I have the honor to furnish this, the tbirly
fourtb semi-aunual report uf the Treasurer of the
Queen's Hus.utal, showing the receipts and disburse
ments during the linn year euding Miy Hist, 130,
and of tbe present financial condition of tlie Society.
Dec. 1, 1ST Ha! in Ba:.k of bishop ek Co. S3.ST0 C4
May 31, 1&70 From r patieoi ,103 Ti
" Fin tlrpt for seamen
and iMciiger laies to
Narrh 3:l 1,109 60
11 Interior Dejil fyr n
jiropriation lor kid in
rapport to Mar alii. . 3,M0 00
" sale of 1 lru 2 M
11 Hoard uf UduraLioo.
fuaeral epeuej of
Kuniaa 6 M
" funeral exienactor Mr
l'rana-n H 00 ,
" Th T.l for labor ac
count r turned 0 00
It. I.islnnan for labor
account returned 4 61
Italancc due Uiihop A Co... 107 42
The disbursements daring the same time have been
May 31, 1STC For silary of physician, alt
moniiia ( 'SO 00
" salary of purveyor and
wage of acrvanu 1.410 00
" exjicnse re-n -.flof , rr-
paiutiiig A"id repara... 3,060 3
luruilure, bedding, cof-
Soa, light! and tueuj... 4,494 82
The estimated cash resources for the commence
ment of the ensuing half year are as followa :
Pay palienta $ 420 00
Interior Department f .r aid in sui
port (( m) to May 3 1st 1,313 31
I'aaae'Ugera and aeaiaeu laxea 444 00
There are no Ii abilities unpaid except a balance of
91U7 42 due Uiehop & Co.
Signed Jous 11 Patt, 2Veasurer.
Hosolclu, 1st March, 1S70.
To the Trcstkes of the Qoaaa's Hospital:
(jtnitmeny have the honor to submit the fol
lowing report for the quarter ending 29th February.
The total number of patients at present in the
Hospital Is9d. via: S3 Itawalians, 41 males, and 42
females, and It loreigners, (5 paying.) The number
ol admissious duiini; this period was '.'7. viz : til II. t
wailaus, 41 males, and 40 females, and Hkforeiirncra.
Dischanred III, viz: 43 liawalians, 20 males, and 22
femaU'6, and 13 foreigners. Deaths 9. viz : 4 males,
and 2 females, Hawaiian ; and 3 foicigners 2 Irom
pulmonary consumption, 2 dropsy, 1 abscess, 1 apo
plexy, 1 suicide, and 1 eeneral debility.
Besides the above, 115 new names have been en
tered in the Dispensary books. The greatest num
ber of indoor patients was U2, tbe smallest 65. To
tal number of patients treated In the HotDltal iu
December, 90; January, 99; February, 118. Num
ber 01 visits at the Dispensary during Hits period 519.
Daily average during the quarter of indoor patients
Ti, dispensary 0; number of prescriptions .VT2.
Robert Mckibbin, M. D.
Surgeon to the Queeu's Hospital.
Honolulu, 1st, Junb, 1S70.
TO THE TRfSTEES OF TUE QfEEN'S HOsriTAL.
GtHtttimn.l have the honor to submit tbe fol
lowing report for the quarter ending the tllst May.
The total number of patient at present in the
Queen's Hospital is 81, viz : 74 liawalians, 38 males,
aud 30 females, and 7 loreigners (6 paying.) The
number of adiuissions during this period was 86,
viz : 71 Hawuiians, 41 males, and 30 lemules, and 15
foreigners. Discharged 88, Tiz: 44 males, and 31
females, Hawaiian, and 13 toreiguert.
Deaths 9, viz: 5 Hawaiitns, 1 male and 4 females,
ami 4 foreigners, 2 fever, 2 phthisis pulnionalis, 3
general debility, 7 pleurisy, 1 convulsions.
Besides the above 115 new names lias been entered
in tbe Dispensary books. Tbe greatest number of
indoor patients wit 100, the smallest 77. Diily
average during the quarter 88. Dispeusary 0. Pre
Tbe number of patients treated io the Hospital
during the quarter wat as follows: March, 119;
April, 115; May, 111 ; at ths Dispensary 540.
Robert Mckibbin, M. D.
Surgeon lo the Queen's Uotpittl.
SESSION OF I 876.
Toittrr-FocRTB Dat Thnndnj June 8th.
Ilis Ex. J. 0. Dotninif, commltioDr of crown
land;, io reply to a resolution presented bj tbe lion.
Mr. Waterhoase, nd passed by the Aaeembly repor
ted that the receipt? of the crown lands for two yean
from Feb. 1874 to Jane 1, 1S76, amounted to $6,7SS.
The special committee to which was referred the
petition praying to set aside the retnrn of Mr. Kama
kaa for long illness, reported that tbe election be null
and v .. 1. and a new election be ordered.
Pending the dieafion, the Assembly took recess.
On reassembling, the House after some discussion,
adopted the report.
nesoLi'Tto in BILLS.
Hon. Mr. Malemaau presented a resolution that a
bnoy be placed at the port uf Honokaa.
Uun. Mr. 1'reiton read lor the first time, the fol
lowing billi : To repeal chapter 4. of seasiun laws of
1S74, relating to marriage of Hawaiian females to
Chinese ; to repeal chapter IS rf session laws of 1874,
and to amend seeli o 1, uf an act of 1S74, retiring
tbe taking of tbe oath uf allegiance. On suspension
f the rules the last bill was read by iu title, and re
ferred to the rerised bill committee.
Hon. Mr. Birch gave notice of a bill to amend sec
tion 17. chapter 41. of t'oual Cud.
Hun. Mr. Kalaukoa gare notice of his proposed
amendment to (be Cist article of tbe constitution.
Hon. Mr Kaiue presented a resolution tbat thesom
appropriated for a bridgi-at M.-iilua. Mulokai. bo laid
un tbe table till tbe appropriation bill comes up.
On suspension of tho m!e, Mr. Naukana reid a
petition from Makawao, asking that tbe awa license
be abolished, and several other prayers.
His Ex. tbe Atlorney-tieDeral read for the first
time the two following bill : To amend section IS,
chapter 86 uf Penal Cude. and to amend an act re
lating to gambling parsed fn 1370.
Mr. Hal.Head gate uotico of a bill to amend chap
tcr .13, of Penal Code.
His Ex. the Minister of Foreign" Xffairr, pres n id a
resolution tbat Tuesday be et apart as a dajr fur
consideration of tbe subject of immigration. Adop
ted. Mr. N'aili presented a resolution tbat the suia o
$1,400 be appropriated for a court-houao and lock-up
for Koolauloa. Lad on table till the appropriation
bill comes op.
His Ei. tbe Attornev-Oeneral presented a resolu
tion tbat this Assembly meet at 1 p. m. instead of 10
a. h. for two necks, and on Sa'urday, to meet at 10
a. v . . and adjourn by VI u. Adopted.
oancn or tbe dat.
Tbe bill relating to voting for Representatives came
up. fur secoud reading. Referred to a special commit
tee. Tbe bill tu amend sectiun 25 of an act to repeal
chapter 10, of the Civil Code, came up fur second
reading. It was made a special order fur Tuesday.
The bill to amend ncotiuni 1 and 2. of an act ap
proved Juno 22, IS63. eiuin up for second re.idi.ig.
Referred to select committee.
The bill to amend sections 1 and .1. of tho law ap
proved July IS, 1874, came up un second reading,
lieferrcd to select committee.
Tbe bill to amend section 4, of an act relating to
tax on animals, came up fur second reading. Laid
The bill to amend section l4lTa of tbe Civil Code
citue up on scemd reading. Referred to select com
The bill to amend sectiun Ul'Jof the Civil Code,
came up on Eecond reading. Referred to select com
Tbe bill allowing the sale of opium came up fur
secood reading. Laid un lublc.
The bill ti promote tbe increase of tho Hawaiian
race was read a second time. Referred to a select
The bill to amend section 101, of the Civil Code
was then read a second time. Ordered to pass to en
The force of the movement looking to Judge Davis
ai the Democratic candidate for President has about
vpent itself. The eblef objection to him is that he is
nn old Whig. There is a strong opinion among the
Western Democrats in favor of notninnting Ucneral
Jubn M. Palmer, of Illinois. He was au old Demo
crat before the war, became a Republican, fought
with distinction, became a Republican Governor, be
came a Democrat nn account uf Granlism.
The Tribune summarizes tbe presidential prospects
of candidates and comet to the conclusion that they
now itand : Blaine, Morton, Conkiing, Hartranft.
Itristow. Hayes, Jewell. Tbe Democratic Conven
tions of eleven States, stands : Tilden, Hendricks,
Tbe N. V Times says Mub law appears to be
t ie corrective which Califurnians are disposed to ap
ply to the Chinese evil. Atone uf theirclab meetings
it was announced that somebody in New York had
proffered 2.000 standi or arms at ten days notice to
tbe Anti-Chinese leaguers. It would be interesting
to know what organization in this city is interested
in arming a mob of Californians. If the people of
California believe, as they have declared, that they
have 200,000 Chinese in their own State, they are
fighting i phantom. There are not 80,000 there.
Wisin.fOToavMay 5th. Tbe Houso Committee on
Commerce to day authorised Piper to report for pas
sage, at tbe fir-t opportunity, hi-t bill ainendatorjr of
Ihe Pagelaw of last year, respecting coolie immigrants
The bill reiterates the requirements that Collectors of
Ports shall cause vessel to be Inspected, and also
provides tbat any Collectors of Ports wbo refuse to
make tho prescribed inspection aftertwo citizens make
an affidavit of belief that any vessel bas any prohibi
ted immigrants on board, rfhatl be punished by fine
and imprisonment. The necessity of this bill is un
derstood to be Collector Shannon's failure to ciecute
the existing laws.
Supremo Court Im Probate.
BlfOBE KB. JUSTICE HAftftlS.
Jane 1. Guardianship ol Okenl. (w) t minor.
Petition of Hookana, (L) that letters of guardianship
bo Issued to some sattahl'j person of the minor's es
tate, said minor being now a leper al Molokai. Tbe
court ancr neanne me evidence appointed cums J.
Lyons truardian, giving him authority to nuke and
receive proper conveyances of certain Land, from one
ueir to toe other.
Befobb Mh. Justice Jcod.
2. Proof of will of naiiuks, deceased. Petition
of Bila kupakuM for probate uf will of above deced
ent. The court after hearing ths tcstlmonv, admit
ted tbe will 0 probate unit ordered a certified BOM
to be delivered to thu petitioner. Inventory to be
Ufa tn Wanes, n Of lea to.creititon to be advertised
for 4 weeks.
Before Mr. Justice Harris
5 Proof of will of Paakuku. (w) deceased. Pe
tition of David P. KM-!,!- fur pruDate of will. Mrs
Kid mitre, wife of petitioner, hem the sole MBlM
underthc will, and her husband, evecMor. The real
estate is valued at jlO.OOOund the personal property
at $'JOOT Messrs. Prvstou mid Kalaubaue appeared
lor tue win, and vit-ssrs. .ones and omit li lo con
test. The evidence In tbls matter was heard in part
on M May and continued until tins day In order To
hear the evidence tor the conti'taiits Alter hear-
i'U' the arguments of counsel ou both s.des, tbccouit
admitted tlie will to probate. It apears that .Mr-.
h Undue was daughter and sole beir to decedent.
aud Would inherit In any way, even it no will bad
been made. Mr. Jones noted an appeal.
Before Mr. Justice Harris, at the requert of Mr.
Justice Judd, on circuit.
Juue 6. Estate of Paolo, deceased. Petition of
Maboc for letters of administration of the above es
tate. Tbe court after hearing ths testimony, ordered
letters to bo issued to Mshoo upon his filing a bond
in tbe sum of $100. Inventory to be filed in .0 days
and notice tu creditors to be udvertisel tor 4 weeks.
Estate of Kama, deceased. Petition of Hal (w)
for letters of a f ministration of tho estate of Aama,
deceased. Tho court heard tho evidence and granted
letters if administration to ll.ii, upon her filing
bond in the sum of $50. Inventory to be filed in CO
days, notice to creditors to be advertised for 4 weeks.
June 7. Foster vp. S. S. Zelaudin discontinued.
8. Laamea vs. Kawelo et al. Equity. Discon
Estate of E l. Everett, a voluntary bankrupt. J.
0. Carter and K. Preston were chosen assignees.
CASKS Poll HK.1IU50 THE t M 1 C. WEEK.
June 19. Batata of Eli Meek. Petition for settle
ment of executors accounts of tho ostate.
K statu of Ivaaiakawitba, deceu.-o 1. : et lenient of
Y viKTt'i: or a yvkit or EXIXI TIO
..ued out of the Iolir 1'ourt of Ihn.olnln, In
favor uf U uk ii for U0, against Kiiuo, 1 have levied
upon mid shall expose for sale,
On Natsirday, the 15th ol JTuly, 17I
at I - o'eloek noon,
In Front of tlie Station Houmc,
All the right, title, and Inn-rest of said Kluio lit and to
1 Kxpresa Uagon (uearly new;,
1 Ditto (mu.tugt.-dj
1 in Harries.,
Unless Snd JuiUftneiit, Interest, costs and fees and com-
msjEvOtJ. be previously saUsued.
W. a PAIIKK, Marshal.
Honolulu, June 13, 1876. Sufi
'BT:il. t MM .KM. Ill I 1IAVK FOItlfKD A
h. t, o-imrwierHinp ior me purpose ol urn in.; on 1
general merctiunitlzlug husinetta at Kawahaei, HnwuU.
t-lrni name, "Allkx A srn kpoll"
W. K. AfXKN.
CHArt. ft HTAUKPOLK.
June 1st. 1S7S. AlVlm.
For San Francisco
THE HN-E AMKRICAI? BARK
siSMARY BELLE ROBERTS
CAPT. L. C. OBEY,
WILL HIVE QUICK OISPITCH FOR THE IBOVE PORT
sa- First class accummoilatioas for IWienepra In 1st
and -d win. and tevnae.
Knr P'A'w.uT'-.'Slpply tu
MM St If. HACK FELT) CO., Afent.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPTS
Australia and New Zealand Line
THE SPI.EMIID NTEAUHHIP
i A HI. 1 1. 1.. 4 onunander
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about June 20.
For Frrizlit and Pnaaag. ur anr rurLb.r infonnatlmi.
apply ui 47 j II. lUOtng ( o . Agvnui.
PACIFIC MAlfSTEAMSHIP COMPY'S
Australia uid New Zealand Line
THE S-PLEXniD N r E A N N II I l
CITY OP SYDNEY!
DOW. OMM VMIKIt,
Will Leave Honolulu,
Kandavn,Fiji, and Sydney, N.S.W.
CsttUacttssE at K in !.ivi with Oompaany stwier for
A H'KLANU, N. Z-.l'OKTt'lIALMKa. anJ luUfrniiHllAtf
On or about the 27th of June.
For Freight and laai(e, and further iiiformaiUoi. apply
M3 H. II ACKFELI A CO.. Axenii.
arinscirr i otsT
Id Banco, AnttTtnB. a. a, 117.
.of in P.MUOO ot AHfantl k) a. mm
nwni riv neat or iii.i I lai.i a.
Btton Mr. Jartic XFBrratak
On rdtn and SUur th. p.ottoai ml AMkl () a. FMl
Dtatrtct af WaUm latanal. ot Kaaaat. -Tains ckaVw
NhwIIIwhi Iii ud IatMnn t.t I
land .rvrttwl in Ijand I tiaaaaahaaw tu
.r.T J. nw.rdnl 10 LaaUaiSL i
Ijilta iEi tn in. aanaun .if tn t
Uf.l and I II I I of a
al mki Nawiiiwiit. alma: :h.- tw a. &. "TT lataani
ror pn.- k rUinuata aod pa a Jaawia aJltati ia
mid Aliuikl () to b. .nuurt 10 awl kaaai aTft?ai
wboa., ur ha pare
It la or-lrmt thai TIMa; th oru ffy 3t vapM.
tSTt, or and hrrrbr la apnlsird Sar taataaiaaM 1 1 nan
i-fnri. th- aald i in in t eourt alltma ka ttaiana al ia mrtl -r.nu!.nr
irna of lb elrrmli Cuart , rta. IV ana laaaatalW
I In tin 11, tli I '. ji .. Z .
tan. and plan all arrauju taaataaaat
.how caiw. If aar lh.T ha... wky aaht
not b. rrantl ; and that thai colic h
lli.notiilu. In Ut.
Kuoaua nrwpair. for not Ira. than thr
th. flral dar of th. aaM trrtn ot lb. aakt Otrm't Cmmx.
Iatted Wabaewa. Kauai. M. I , M Jan., A. a.. IJTt.
roartb ' " ' 111 I III
IOIBT or THE ll.HIIIM
3 imlaxim. io i Baaamptr; of a. c. aiaav
K. e'. KIBBT. of Uooolalo, kavrlaat an tUaaty ad
Ju.llr.iird a Itankrupl at a hnarlna; orfor. Ma- Jaaabaa
Harria on prllltmi of It. W tan.. It waa tba da. oaa-rad
lluu nolle wo tiT.fi to Law Liaatlon of aaM Kaaaar a
pmrot Utrir rtaima and pn.tnr tb.tr uVftta, aaat thai daw
iHiMtration br uiad. for Uni i.i i laati not t aba
N jtlc tat now itlv.-n tbat TIU'RaUAT. taw awb da. .
JI NK. a.o . I, at lao'rkark a. w. .t tbotwan -of
lb Kupr-aw e oart. at Aluotaal rtooa. rata, b
tli- Urn. ami plae. for all aucb . tntilon lu i a aaaa
pre-arnt mid rtatru.
. By ordrr ofttourf.
WaLTKB , HatAL.
lioootuiil, lh day Jan., 1.7a.
FOR KOLOA & OTHER PORTS ON KAUAI
THE Se llOONER
K j. II AILE!
Ii I Itt.t Ml. H.VHI-EK.
Will !iare rrgular " I. ;..: Ii fur Eaual. aa above, until
further notice, ate Freight and Pajwensera taken at tbe
arm aa ,t to., Anenu.
:. a Thia veiwel haa Joat tn-en llionuuchly repolre.1.
newly coppered, ami pul In In p-.rfet order. ' fi '2
Si i-it i mi: ioi'kt or the hat. Alias aa.
Ln Iu probate. If th. ' "ilTf
i . iHiuaiiinon,
minor a. tinier M I
for order of aai. of real i
On readhit and Hlla( tk. peUtloo of Ma . ML I
i-twuini ot in. wilt ana cuanllan i.f the
prrtyof AIIelander, Hon no- and tir.ee i
p.-ajiiuf for an order uf mle of n-rtaiii real .
tu taut, and to aaM wanl'a awl artthoi f rtb c
rrnviln wn t.H-n r..u ,".;.U' .uoi.S.t be awAX
It la hereby ordered, tbat lb. neat ol an af lb aaM
ward, ami all pen.ui. tnlere.te.1 in the anal eauale ipaiat
betl.r. thia t ourt on Mi i.N let V. lb ttin daj of Jl Jla..
I 197a. at 10 o'eloek, a. Be. at tk evaan n n . f Maw
f..urt In Ilonolulo. then and there to abww ewvaw way a
order should not be granted for tk. aaM ot awaa WAWAW,
And It it further ordered. I tut a coov of tkW oroWea. aaaal
day or heartiur, a iievtiaper pubUahodin o
bated llouolulu, U. 1.. -Vin May. tfra.
'I i. f. IHrtrtija.
Jaatlr. of tk aaprewe t wr
Attest: WaLTBb R. MaUL, I1rtt. . n
It rm:nKi ut it r-
tu KVKittrrr. hnwwt aw
"wrks wherein KA. kTer.il
iikrupL I b. retry St. i
HAY uJl-MkUA. n. I.7tl
Honolulu. May ;sth
K K. JLU
i ui 'i it t ut iir or Tin:
l.-l.Mit. Thinl Judicial Dtatr
re In 1 1 aaaa at
TIIVIE TABLE. ;
or J i
M Vlil 11 IM. tilt XANI'KU. I
NEW ADVE RTISEM ENTS.
From Hongkong Direct.
5ALA9ICA, Haj 17tb. Two Freoch ironclads and
tsro frigates, carrying 30 guns and 1.200 men, hare
arnved here up to the present time, hleven person?
all of tbe lowest class, have been convicted of compli
city id toe mcracrs.
LoanoM, May ISth. Newt from Salonica is some
what rea-.-uring. The bnrial of the mnrdered Freoch
and (Icrtnan Consols took place Wednesday.
A Beriih dispatch says : Tbe measures taken by
Turkey for ths punishment of tbe Salonica assassins
have given eatiji..ction here.
The New York HtraltVa special says tbo American
steamship Frank tin. Admiral fierdeo. left Nice for
6alooica on May 10th. Ad. ices from Saloniea state
that six of the principal culprits io the lata outrages
there bare been pablicly executed. Perfect tranquilly
cow prerails. Three more of tbe rioters are to be ex
ecuted. There is great excitement in Constantinople in re
gard to the Sftas and Christians, both arming with
knives and threatening to come into collisioo. The
f of tas compelled tbe Sultan to demand tbe resignation
of the Graod Vixier.
Lc:tr. v, April 27th. A Berlin correspondent de
clares tbat although the semi-official joarna! repre
sent that President hcU ruck has retired on account
of his health' it is well known io reliable quarters
that he resigned because be was unable to gire his
support to Bismarck's railway scweme, fearing its fi
nancial results. His withdrawal wiH make the or-
ganixatioo of a new Imperial Minirtry onaroidaUa.
Information comes tbat C. Huffman, now Chief of
the Grand Dncby of Hesse, will succeed Uelbrack.
In tbe House of Commons, last evening, the bill
for removing tbe electoral disabilities of women, a
bill which has been regularly introduced for many
years, was rejected 139 against 1(2. Jacob Bright,
Henry Fawcett. For.ylhe and other well-known Lib
erals supported the bill. John Bright strongly op
posed the measure, in the interest of women them
selves, as the principle of the bill was untenable and
and contradicted by universal experience.
FINE CONTRACT MATTINO,
CHOICE OOLONG TEA,
(in small boxes),
(very fine quality),
o. 3 g A I Is Is A CltAIIH,
China Crockery ami Tin-ware,
Lacquer Ware, Ivory Ware,
nattan Oil rill's,
-;: Kites. Flre-Cracken.
GINGER AND CHOW-CHOW
Illtll liS, ice. tkc,
FOR SALE BY
CHULAN & Co.
BRED BY M. EYRE, Jr.,
9 lK7i: Tl'ICIi EYS. U SO I. IIS
sTJ KACJI. F.mileu Uin'sh, u t ii;hliii; from 40 to 'U lbs.
per pulr. Itraluiiat, I.ffthornii, (.unit's, etc
Ivtiu Dm kn, avprag-tinc is lo 20 lbs per
p.ilr, ami - r of all lucka .ml Iwaycrs,
i;t..S true to najne, froah uiiU wt-11 (tackeO, for sale at
momTatP pi ... -BsjOd
for IlIustratiMl Clrcsilar, ami Trke 1 .1st, to
M. EYRE, Napa, Cal.
On receipt rf 10 cents In stamps, I will furnish specimen
copy or th.- iiu i.tky HL LLKnN.aii luustnted n page
iiiiiuthly, lla- recoci.ijf.l uiilhurUy in i. mlirv matters In
the U. H ; antl deckleilly the beat Poultry Journal pub-
liHited. uimcrlpilou only si. Jo a year.
Hens:' shite where you saw this a tvertlsement. Orders
may alao be left nt thia otllce. 6U5 :
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND EDINBIUGU.
Jnne 13th, Tueiwlay ...C1rrnlt of Hawaii
June I'Jtti, Mon'Uv ..Orruit ot Kauai
t..iK-ltiin; Mr. ut Naw illu ill. mxl retnrruri-' Frtilav AM.
June ifith. Monday Hn'Ult of Hawal.
On all Windward Trip, the steamer will leave ht-r wharf
uJl trips l( Kauai, will h-ave at 4 v. u. i)n ib.wn
trips the Hteamer will nut leave Kaalualu hsslHt S a. if.,
Kawalliae before 10 a. Nfakeua as v c milict1 on up trip,
M . t t lny not iMifore 7 A. u. Any chanirt from the
above will be advrtl4M.
asr No rod It fur I'lvmnffe Nonry. -
Tlcliet. nt the oillce only.
No berth will be cuiinlih-ri-d aji tukeo until uail h.t. Xot
re.poitflihl' Tor unmarkinl Uagitatfe or any Preltfbt or Par
cela unleaa receiptetl for.
Freight Money Dae on Demand.
- Anvifurt will be made tfl have the steamer reach
Honolulu on the evening of the name day she leaven M iin
fi.Wt i hi. 11. WII.DElt. Al'. ih.
Oillce wltb Wilder tt Co., comer of Fort ft gueen Htreele
DISPATCH LiiiE FOR SAN FRANCISCO!
: C. Brewer it Co. -Agents.
aM.rchaniliae racelTeil Storaar. Free and
lihrral cash iilTauraa mad. on Tliipmrnta br Itata lire..
mi-it C. UKKHKK TO
t'hamlwra. lie I
Uee aaane.. w n.i
ln-uiinf aakt p
ww. If aar
.. nrw.ia.rwr. prtnt.tan.l publaHw.1 In Honolulu, tut
Hint, aiiccrwuv. wiwka prrk.ua lo th. tttn. aewrtt a-
polulfHl for aald -inner.
Ihetr.1 at N K.,haui, llnwall lhlltl. lar of Ha. A. D
ellAia. rUKllKHlCK llAtT
'I II JuallraDl' lb i ,,, ,n; e'uarl. lrel Jo-hrbeJ Ifetrvu
rim i it mi kt or rut Haw Alias atw
I. A M'S. tr.l Jwlarlal liialrlrt. Ir. l-r,uwi. la Uew
eMate-of AKI, ol Kobaue, Hawaii, lei e Ma el inwrayaM.
lle-fure Mr. Juatlr. HarL
On rraetlnt; ami nilnic thr patltkai of Anema. , a,w
of aakt Aki. allreibm tflat Akl of k'ohala. Hawaii. .Uni e.
Ilau- at .North Kuhala, on Ih S4tb .bar wT Aawa. A. H.
...... niKi jraj Ilia uiai iriMTA 'H
It la iinlrrnl that S.lTt'RI
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
C. Brewer Co. -Agents.
raroraM. arranarin.nt. can alwar. ha
naaatiw aluiaoaaaahliraiarilof Oil. Hon.. w.m.i iii.u..n.i
other llarchandlae to N.w Hwlurrd. Boattin, New York and
ttier K.eatern 1'ortl. r.i-li Adrance. mail..
ill-ly 0. IIKFU Kit CO.
Kuokoa aiMl (beartt i
Dalwl Kohala, Ilaa
A V ih.- lath dar l 1VXK. A.
' ha... wh.r aalet wihki a
iw or ier fw eildiawl ha th
thr. enreeaWT. wka la taw
. ...i laatrvt.
Accumulatcdl sml IiiTe.ted Fuiift. M,S3x,iim
rilHK t;.DRRSlGNIwD HAVE II IK K AP-
I POINTED AtiKNTS ftW tli -.:. U.i, MsJSSls, and aru
authorized to fniuro against Fire umu favurabl. terma.
Kial.1 taken in anr part uf the I-laniliuu . .I. ,, Boildinfra
sud Uiarchanilu. atored llireln, Irwidlins; lluuie ami Kurn
Iturt, Timber. Coal, lbipii in t..u I..r with or atllmut cargoes
oruoderrrpair. ,59 1 ) KI. 1 1 0 r Ks 1 1 1. A Kt K It A i
HAWAIIAN GUIDE BOOK!
T, LENEHAN& CO.
Till: , !.,. OM IM.
Iff CflK TD ARRIVE !
. Tvn. nwkeawat ay
w. 11 aieerkwl ,ih
r.ir iaa. or two
Till! I'UI IM.s
pietl by W. I. A!utivle
I'lif l.. ttKitaiuit Thrw. i
aeitonv WaJ). imdudina; n frde.
and shaile Tree, and a PiMture
Tb Mouae is of two -(..n.-a. in
floor, mud haa lately ,. . , mii la
wen or -xrellf ill water, nr tbe twssi,
ui ior irrufaKou. mere Ih mm a
OlIirfKMIHMlS .rvaill 1 Jfotja,., aud t
toe yiteiniaren. Apiilr Ut
W. IK AI.KTANHICIt, :r
9, B. : i . r.
repair. Tar- m
a. and a nmaiiatf
inm Hewaw. a
Real Estate for Sale.
jaw rwixvrrfAiini in Rrr tia iam itu
rrjm m a nt.uit pan or in tow, wna aaaa nna .
awaaV ami ..mall ab.rr im th. prrauaraa.
jjfj "n HanBlr of a a RARTOW.
- ("ONTA1NINO -
A BRIEF DEHCKlFnoN OF THK HAWAIIAN I8L-
UM. TIIKIlt UAIlilillt.a, AUIIICCI.TURAL 1:1.
SOURCBj!. I'LANTATIOXS. ftCKNKKY, VOL
CAHOKi, CLIMATK. 1-OFL'l. TION, AM)
J. BeXajs, -A. Full Index,
I IF.FKHESt'ES TO F.AItI.Y TWO HVS-
Iki UKKD Topic, of latere.!, or place, to Iw tUileil in
This Really Valuable Hand-Book,
CONTAINING 144 PAOES,
Should be in the Possession
Every one intending lo vUit this droup, or
seeking information about Ihe Islands.
It gives just Ihe information want
ed by tourists and immigrants,
with cost of
I'l-avIiiiK. L-iTincr, Laadt, Ac.
6. WALLER, Proprietor.
Choicest Meats from the Finest Herds
Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, &c,
Furnished lo Order.
JXTRAS. Taradaya and Thnrsdays-Venl,
(Unreal olbcrwlar. orderwi.) .
Th. Proprietor barttia; leaaext tbe neat ami com modioli s
VEGETABLE, FRUIT AND POULTRY MARKET,
AJJoinbnT tbe Family Meat Market, will be prepared to
promptly and aatiaoeetorllr nil orders for eTerTUilns re-
quMIe to ronilan the unle. vub a
Daaoataea tbe country afford e.
avar Nbi pplnC anpplied ata
Meata, ate, delivered to all pant of tbe city wltbooi ei
tra charir.. sat Tas o. WA1XER.
California Lime & 'White Brother'
EXaJLIntH PIIRTIA.Vn t'FJIE.VT-Best qual
ity. Foraal.br fWZ) BOIXES a CO.
tbe bubatantkelt aad
Price Pirty Cts.
Mailed to any part of the Culled Slate or En rope.
For 60cts., Full Postage Prepaid.
n. M. WniTNET, ir-.n--.lnln.
WHITE t UAl'KR, San rrandaco.
o6S 3m GOaiiON' A UOTCH, ;dnry. If. S.W
BiAiH to vr v i; to the
.Tliric of llotiolulo, thai Uas rurrhiaril
the atock and bualo-3M'f wlu.IAM K1m:ii-
KU. Hot! Htrpr-t, next 1ior to Mtrr-hu Druit
Store, and that In future tn iaiain-aa will be carrvetl on by
him in the same prvmlaea.
C. O. aollclta a4air sh-in..- of the public patroriace. and
promises hat patrons civility, attention and good quality
their money. 5 3m
IIlk liASO MVi: TIERCER, f
mtf (50 Gallons each.. E
lOO OAK Tll:ltl I..S
I j (lallona rarb.
Clean and food for any purpose.
For aale try
V. PIKKCE at Co.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF If AHRI'RCI.
RISKS I5fNT"REI ?v Brii.Dnfurt, MF.R
charHliag and FarntUire, oa uoeral Imu, by
- B. il.ACKFELU at CO., Atents.
May 2a. UTi.
Just Received '
PES BARK CEDER, FROM EFKOPE, A
large tiiToicc ot the BEST QUALITIES,
Hnbback'f Faints and Paint Oils '
4tl- BOLI.EH A CO
JOSEPn K0S8ER, MASTER.
DIP on OR AROI T TIIKUtli Jl LV XEJLT,
BBLS BEST WHITE CEMENT!
Beat Bar Iron, aaaorteKl ahwa;
Rett Hbeet Iron, tatorted tUet ; 11a; Iron,
A FIXE AMIIHI rIK. r I.1VOU E OF HMIl'll
A M l I I Si 1)1)11, s
Celebrated Cooking Stoves
Una Wblte Lnat, Tina White Zinc Paint,
Tina Uenuioe Ited Lead,
Thu Black and Blae Ptlntt,
brum, BoUed Ui I Oil.
FIRE BRICKS, SQUARE AND ARCH i
BEM-f III. A It SMITH COAE.
BEST MTEAM COAL.
AbueaJeil Fenetnf Wire, aaaorte-1 aixea,
lialvanixnl Kencinej Wire, all tiara,
eialTaohwil Bucteta, aaaorted aixea
A General Assortment of Supe
Pancy Print... White Cotton.
liaadaerchiefa. Giachaana, Coatacae?, aatorta.1.
Tweeda, aaaorted ; Broadcloth... Coatings.
ALSO,' A FULL AbrKjatTltatN'T UF
Brandies, In Cases and Casks;
Geneva, in Cases and Casks;
Geneva, in Baskets:
IRIMII AH1 wCOTCH WHMKIEH, io can
HI I-EBIOR PORT.HIIERKIBa, la cat and
(.oarts aad pbent ;
BEST IXDIA PALE AI.EM, ei aorta and Haiti
atrCWAFH POSTER, Ctaarta aud puau;
ALE, Qnara and Pino.
A BTEW LOT OF THE LAWBEXFE FAC-
J- loryanaatorUnenior Numbers r.-eveal perCeylon
i:ul.I.L- A CO.
SALES MADE TO ARRIVE
To Let, Lease or for Sale.
SOJI B:tMOVABI.ETERait A (aUM.
It-XT Family retatenew.
Bovoral Z3ullt7AAXAK Xtotat.
For particulars apply to
JAM KM 1.KMIIM.
. .ruiwn. .to aaaata ATeaaa. eowi
.-..a, uii.t.ui tthhu, ner.lro.ju.. !r-eaih rwwa
.....m-a hw). in urn lliajr. -
ro..ms on aecoied door, kltcbao aad feanuy
... ... - -1 . .f-n. ..in, oau.lua' .n. I
. ,w. i,i... jc. iu ueaot. Aaat. la
aw. io,: ,r i. mi. wood,
AIjSO Ihe cottar, and pr.muws rtlMi.toa. wna an
roeau,-kltchen, Utlbnaini, aarranu room aut aaa.
a:..i. i-, and carruuer Imaaa.
To. Let. "
&t,-MKF; nw':LI.IU HOI ME LATCLT OF.
JSM . . 1 r ' snrwcriber. aiaaarf Ma Una rejaaa
"l. rbw hewaw re la nrst rat. repair, aaat atta
with all il... .-., v-i.i. . . ot a rlr.t etaaa Til ill
'"lure of i;o BOIXtM A tt
tuall at lb. car., V Patac
Desirable House Lots for Sale,
i m i:, it i .iis .... ti... Kt i. tot aaai t
. t. r...i ..-, ntTorae'iy utoaleeet aw a
or Wi ut rraa
s. a. ivtt.
For Sale or For Lease
mm A HA.tllNOtlE lOFTtl.E PLEAS t TT-
;;ja it nroura, wun taraa,ac. c
aw irooma. two ciiawla.
Pantry, batbroofu. aarraota i
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HAW'N. BRIG 'POM ARE.'
my&Xetjr tru.r Bay,
A Cargo of First-Class Steam
-old la Lats t Hail Ptrrluwn.
F.T. LCNEMAN -a Co.
Per Ceylon. Direct from
Wntl.EWE at KM. FROM IO FEET Ttt
13 feret ketva, of ta lltal aittatl,