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JnnelT It tbc arjiiiTCrsarT of Ihc Battle of
Bunker Hill, and June 18, that of Waterloo.
A werk later news may be expected by tbe
Bark W. H. Ik-sec, now due from San Francisco.
H" The annual examination of tbe Kawalabao
Female Seminary will take place to day at the Ka
IST Col Stcinberrrr's statement of tbc trouble at
Samoa. M publiabed in an Auckland paper, will be
lound on tbe fourth pape.
I-r The Lackawanna li ft the Dunalakua aneh r
ace on Thursday last, and ifl probably. now at Hilo- i
Sue will be bark here In all next week.
lT Steamer Kilauea left last i-vciiim; for tbe
circuit of Hawaii, takiic about tiv-j cabin pas
senger, and a larrc number of deck passenpera.
H" A sermon in be half of Home F-vansreliiation,
will t delivered tT Hie Kev. Janus B'rknell next
Sabuatb evening, June IS, at tbe Fort street church.
St. ALBtae DMH oe . Tbe annual examination
of tkia opular Institution takes place on Friday
it.-xl, Jur.c 16tb. between the lioura ol nine and
twelve a. M.
Jje The reeular monthly oie-tiiii ol the Young
Mn 'f Cbrit-tian Association will be held tiext Fri
ll.; . M-nrrieat balf-tast seven, at the Ljceuui, by !
pcruiisaiuu ul Mr. Waterlmuse.
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A son ol Captaiu Talbot, of tbe firm of fope !
V Talbot was shot on tbe uit'bt of Muy 20, while I
walkiur in San Francisco, tv a man who supposed
blot io lava " foot !nd " The man who ahot bim
has been arrested and will be tried.
fjjr Mr. T. M. Keiehc has opened an afiernoon
class for boya wishing to study Latin, French, Ger
man, or Mathematics. All desiring further informa
tion with retard to terms, etc. can apply to him ou
the premises ol Dr. McOrew, on Hotel streeL
Jjjf Mcs rs. Williams, Blancuard & Co. have been
appointed areuts at San Francisco of the new Pa
nama Transit Steamship Co. The South Carolina,
the pioneer stearuer of the line, arrived at that port
in May, and was immediately despatched for Panama.
Mil Mia. T1MI .
Ih-.ATii or a Om Koiiient. John Montgomery
for many years a lawyer of this city, and Folic--'
Magistrate previous to tbe encuuibcnry of Judge
fli.-d at hn. rcridence on Monday aiieruonn.
and his funeral was held yesterday cveuinc.
Was a few months over seventy-six years of age
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UF" Mr. Geo. C. McLean received from Tahiti, a
short tiove since, a tew pods of tbe vanilla bean,
which cultivated there tuccesalully. These pods
are quite costly, (10 per pound, but not so dear as
formerly, when they commanded WO. Tbc plant is
iropagalcd by cuttings, uud grow s w ell ou these islands.
..wni Ki lit
t-tW The aatMiMM rtgi trees are now in bloom,
and amour all those growing here, none will com
' parr, in gorgeousness, w itli that in lull bloom on tbe
I nretmlars of Capt. J. H. Brown, on Beretania street.
On M-einc it, one will not wonder why the eople of
J India call it the flame tree," for it looks like a tree
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ax ems at tW res. f E. I', adee,.
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.a, eaaai lassie, alatnl abnmd hi
aaa aa to 4WatoJMa, atttt tto eaW
t- Tbe annual examination of the East Maui
Female Seminary at Mukawao, w ill be held on Tburs.
day the Shu inst. This institution, of which Miss
Carpenter has been principal tor n number of yetrs,
baa taken a high rank, tiring unsurpassed by any In
stitution ot tbe kind on the Islands. Tbe public alt
invited to attend the examination.
Sed it Home Almost every one here receives
letters ocratiouallr from friends in America or
IW taw fwaaja f ib t,. -naaii
ai 1 ' u. ease fax aaa.
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tSaam. aac 0Wf a,.
alia wft: t W treea tto manl. srat
ipr, asking lor information about these islands,
e qncstionajran be fonnd nnswered in tlie Ma
in Goidc Book, w bicli w ill convey more reliable
about this group than can be found In a work
n linn s itssixe. It will he mailed to any ad-
in the l ulled States forCJ cents.
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atato. nat. aaataaftrcinr
Xf Henry C. Bowen, publisher of tbe ft '.
utjxndrut, the man who says he knowe some awful
things against Mr. Beecber, and refuses to disclose
thein, J hough offered every opportunity, has been
publicly excommunicated from Plymouth Church.
Served 'him right. He has reallv tiecn the instigator
"fall the proceed iops against Mr. Beecher, and must
b.' set dowu as an unprincipled aud bad man.
We would call attention to tbc card of Dr. i
Moffitt, or Wailuku. Though comparatively a !
stranger. Dr. M. has won many friends since bis ar
rival. " besides throe years spent in the army as sui- I
geon, lie has also tiad several years experience in lue
Bellevne Hospital in New York, considered as one
of tbe best schools lor practice iu the profession of
JjJ" The experiment of ruouing a train of cars
from New York to San Francisco In 8S hours was to
have been made last week. Tbe time for leaving New
York was 1 o'clock a. xi. June 1, and the traiu was
expected to reach San Francisco at 5 P. M. of the 4! Ii
ol June. The distance is 3325 miles time SS hours
speed 40 miles au hour! Tbe experimental train
carries only 16 passengers and tbe 17. S. mail.
tjT After Ibis long, and as it seems, anncrrssaty
delay, tbc Hawaiian Treaty has been acted upon fa
vorably by tbc House of Kepreecntatives, by tbc pas
sage of a bill made ucccssary in order to carry the
In at; iuto effect. We are plea -ed that the Hawaii
an Treatv has been acted upon favorably at last by
the House. It should have been more Than a year
ago. Bat the ways of politicians are s; range some
times, and as past finding out, as were certain things
and acts in tbe mind of Solomon. .j.'m. Hay 11.
Roma is also a daring young gymnast. Mdlle.
Morting bat a fine melodiona voice: and Is rather
plsasing In her ttyle of rendering her parts. Mr. C.
Morting if well np in delineations of negro character.
We understand that the Company will give one
more performance previous to taking their departure
by next Mail Steamer for California. Let ni greet
them wi th a full I lfc.
KxVEHAMETtx Dat. This national holiday occur
riag on Sunday this year, Monday la-t was observed
aa the holiday, and stores aud ofliccs were generally
closed and business suspended, while the majority
of the denizens of town devoted themselves to their
otru amusement and pleasure as fancy dictated.
There was a general and patriotic display of bunt
ing throughout the city and suburbs, and at noon
the Puiicbbovtl battery tired the customary salute.
In the afternoon the Royal Guard and Prince's
tlnn, infantry, under tbe command ol His Majesty
as Colonel, and accompanied by the Royal Band,
and tbe Leleioboku Guards, cavalry, under the com
mand of the Prince Leleioboku, proceeded from
their ret.ctivu armories, to Kulaokahna plain,
where tbe iufaulry went through a dress parade,
Major (tulick acting as lieutenant-colonel. They
subsequently went through with the bayonet drill,
iu which they showed the results ol long aud as
siduous practise. To wind up the exhibition of
military tactics there was a sham fight which af
forded much amusement to the large crowd assem
bled on the grounds. The cavalry which had been
exercising on the eastern tide of the plain, having
been discovered approaching, a company were de
ployed as skirmishers, and as the enemy drew near
they tallied by fours, tbe reserve forming a hollow
square. The cavalry came charging gallantly down
ou the right flank of Che skirmish line, but the
shock made no impression ou the infantry; they
calmly stood their ground, and the horses being un
accustomed to the noise of firearms, were withgreat
difficulty prevented from stampeding. Tbe charger
ridden by tbe Prince became so demoralized as to
rear and plunge, and His Royal Highness wasiuconti
netitly precipitated to the ground, but lurtunalely
was unhurt. Meauwbile a part of the cavalry, find
ing tbc skirmish line impregnable, charged onto the
reserve. They were met with a vigorous discharge
of musketry, and a number of the footsoldiers hav
ing fnrgotlcu to remove the stoppers from the muz
zles ol their piece, several of the cavalry men and
horses received painful wounds. The Prince finally
remounu-a uis norse anu canen on ins men, ana
tbev retreated, leaving the iufautry masters of the
Late Foreign Items.
A tp.endid find baa t-cen made io the carrying on
of fume excaratioif at Pompeii. Tbe object found
coDiUt of silver cupf.and plate. tizte, mirror.1. vaef,
cilver moulds! for cwret mcaT5. gold earringi, and a
j n.-c of gold Liue cubtaining mouej.
Jame Lick is reported to be dangerously ill at his
rooms in tbc Lick House, iu San Francisco. He has
Levn in very feeble health for some weeks past, aud is
reported to be failing fast.
A Calcutta telegram announces that 17 persons jip
plicatvd in tbe murder of Mr. Margary, of tbe English
Expedition, will be executed at liabauiu, Maj lb,in
the presence of the Itritish Escort.
II- rr Krupp is going to make a gigantic cannon, to
weigh 15U tons. He docs not approve of the English
methodof making monster ordnance by wcldtug iron
coils together, and his gun will consequently be made
of two imtaenire pitccs of Meet. Iu manul.icture will
be watched with much interest.
Sumc Ceylon planters have visited Tut Bua's plan
tations of coffee, and are much pleased with them.
Curiously enough the name of the district is " Kandi,"
reminding tbetu more strongly of Ceylon. Coffee
planting on tbe brills will Ue a great industry when
they arc fairly opened up. The climate, of course, is
very much better than (hat of the coat, and the in
dustry itself is one of the MsOtft delightful in which
man can cugagc. It beats sugar in this respect, but
sugar takes only two years at furthest in making a
return, while coffe takes fire a material difference
t most people. Cocoanuu are being extensively
planted with an eye to copia. In one case 1500 acres
are planted by I tingle firm Mttttl Hennings') in
tbe Windward Islands, so you may fancy the extent
of the cultivation. Each acre c6n tains about 300 trees.
They take five years before they begin to bear aud
seven before the bearing i. profitable, but they require
no care after tbe first couple of years while growing.
Charles Fransi- Adam ha been selected by tbe
Centennial Committee of New Yurk for Orator on the
Fourth of July.
Says a Philadelphia date of May 20th. the weather
continues warm and pleasant, and the number of
visitors at the Exhibition to-day is estimated at from
25,000 to 30,000. Large quantities of goods were
brought in this morning, and sercral car-loads will
wilt be admitted to-night, chiefly for Agricultural
Uall. A portion of the goods in the Tunisian depart
ment were opened yesterday ; among them is a mosaic
from the ruins of Carthage.
In vetoing tbe bill for the reduction of the salary
of the Presideot to $i5,000, Grant has acted with
perfect consistency. He has himself accepted $50,
000. Tbe time is now past, if it ever existed, wheu
he looked forward to the possibility of a third term,
and if he thought $50,000 not too much for himself
he could not approve a bill limiting the compensation
of his successor to one-half that sum. In his veto
message be says that tbo salary was $25,000 when
we had a population of only three millions ; that dow
we h ivc forty millions, and we tlth and cost of living
are largely increased. These are facts which the
penny-wise economists cannot dispute. Fifty thou
sand dollars per annum is not a sum too great to
support the dignity of tbc Presidential office. We do
not see how the President could consistently give Li
approval to this bill, whatsoever Democratic dema
gogues may choose to say about it-
New York, April 5th. The Washington corre
spondence of the Boston Herald says : T. e next Pre
sident, if he be chosen from among thecsndidate? now
prominent, Is not likely to be a poor man. On the
Republican side, Blaine is tbe richest. Briitow and
his wife are worth a quarter of a million. Hays is
still better off. Conkling is believed to possess over
$100,000; while Morton and Wheeler have smaller
fortunes. Tilden. on tbe Democratic side, is tbe
wealthiest, he being put down at four or five millions.
Davis owns more than one million, and Thuruxin has
a large fortune. Bayard is well to do. while Hancock
is in comTorttbIecircumtances.
New York, May 21st. Terrific thunder storms
occurred this evening at various places in tbe Mi Idle
and Western States. In this ei'y tbe storm was light,
though the lightning was extremely vtvii and con
tinuous. The Btplist Church at Lexington avenue
and Eleventh street was struck by lightning, but was
oi.ly slightly damaged. 0.e man was injured by
plaster falling from tbc roof.
At Lancaster, Pa., tbe storm was tremendous, Hail
stones an inch and a half in diatccter full. Much
damage is dene to fruit and grain.
A dispatch from Morristown, N. S., says : A ter
rific storm prevailed from 5 to 0 o'clock this evening,
during which hailstones as Urge as hen'ri eggs fell in
abundance totally dectroying tbe glass green houses
in tbe vicinity, ind damaging church, storeand house
windows. Manv gardens were ruined and fruit utterly
Chinamen are wanted to labor in the sugar planta
tions of tbe Hawaiian I.Iands. A gentleman arrived
in this city by tbe last steamer from Horolulr,
to engage three hundred cooli for the purpsu
named. His intention was to proceed to Hongkoog
and engage tbe men there : but upon consultation
with the Chinese Compunies in thiacity, heascertained
that he could make more advantageous tetms by
shipping tbe men frin tbU city, and a contract was
etTecrcd, whereby tbe Chiuesc Companies agreed to
furnish bim three hundred head of Mongolians. Yes
terday tbe W. H. :.-.. s.iilaJ for Honolulu, taking
the cargo of three hundred slaves. S. F. Paper.
A dispatch from Vienna says the Porte has sent a
circular note to its representatives at various Euro
pean Courts, asking fur military assistance to sup
press tbe insurrection, and citing, as a precelent tbe
suppression of the Hungarian insurrection by Russia,
LoxDoft, April 26th. The Eastern question is
more favorable now in consequence of the unity of the
Great Powers on that question.
ExciTt.it kjt IX DJ.Ma.ax Los do s 27th. Tbe
election for the Lower House of the Danish Kigdag
bud just taken place. It resulted in the election of
74 opponents of tbe Government Nation Defense bill,
being opposition msjurity of 46. The Lower Houso
was recently dissolved by tbe King, becauio thece
wis a nmjjrity of IS against the measure. Among
the defeated supporters of the measure are Klein,
late Minister of Justice, and Count Holstein do Hoi
sembog, late President of the Council. The leaders
of the opposition are all elected, and the countiy is
greatly excited. A dissolution is inevitable when tho
new Chamber meets.
NEW ADV EimSEMEN TS.
the ni:.i rii t t.
lias aocamuUteil to web an extent per tbe Steamer
Cilv of San Francisco !"
Ttut It needs
Consulate of Portugal
HONOLPLI, Jl.'NK 10, 1S76.
I N I 111 MATTER OF i III ESTATE OF
1 ANTON I R MAKOAttrrrA I OPEZ, deceased.
All ier-. having; claims ajralnst the estate of the
above nuuied deceased are requested to present them to
W. ( Park., Esq., and all perwiis Indebted to tbe said es
tate will please pay iinmedhiteiy to W. C. Parke.
At Consul for tbe Kingdom of lurtuKal.
SPECIALITY OF HAVANNA CIGARS IMITATIONS
Orders nifnamn irkimi akk
PK iMi'l I.V anrt curt'lully attended tj by UKOIUIK
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Ft AMiKLit'iL AMciaTioN. This body is now
holding Iu normal meeting in tint city, and is attend
ed by a large number of pattort and delegate. Tbe
proceeding thus far hare been distinguished by
perfect harmony. The Moderator It tbc Rev. A.
O Kurbea, and the Secjctariet, tbc Rev. H. H.
Parker, and A. Pall. Tbc ladictof Honolulu iuvilcd
the roembert of the Association with their wirra, to
a social gathering In tie parlors ot Fort Street I
Cburrh, last crcuiog, and several hours were de
voted to music and conversation to the satislactiou
of all, aud the increase of mutual esteem.
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Mr. CmiiLns Oester. This gentleman, who, it
will w remembered camC down a lew months since i
from San Francisco upon the suggestion that be '
might get a job at well boring here, writes us, that
should planted orbtbers give kirn any encourage- ;
.all caW- men! at anv time, he will be haDnv to come down
j'Ta. ! again aud sink artesian wells, which he is very con
fident would be a success ou these islands. We j
ara. 1 ! 4raaa ftak, - I Know ui nuiuing wuieu cuuiu ue in aueu uui.eipai i
1 1& aJraaa. j tjaatot ttid practical benefit to agriculture ou these islands
Parte. Jim. tb out
M m atl ayln. U lfct ,
and water found at an accessible depth. And
ust that the Leirialaturc will not adjourn with j
laking a small appropriation sufficient to defray
peases of an experimental well.
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EcTPTiajt Cokx. Mr. R J. Shipley of Clover
dale, Cal., sends a few facts with regard to this pro
lific cereal, which we publish for the benefit of our I has carries him off to New Zealand or tbe Fij
The Fatal Thirteex. There are siily ttoriet in
the papers about the superstitious notions of tbe late
A. T. Stewart, and bis belief io signs and onions,
lucky days, places, persons, events, etc. Hut it is a
curious tbiug, as well as a true one, related of tbe so
called superstitions, or whatever they may be called,
which seem to linger in his mind, that, at tbe very
last of the usual Sunday dinner parties given at his
houso before his death, there were tho unlucky num
ber of thirteen persons present at table. He bad al
ways previously avoided that number. It is also a
curious fact that, on this occasion, the unlucky
omen was noticed by ono of the thirteen guests, who
laid to another of them that there would be a death
in the bouse In eight days afterward the master of
the house lay dead in a chamber not far from the
dining-room New York Sun.
Smoked Oct. Boston furnishes a good example in
a street car incident. A man who persisted in smok
ing inside the h.irse-car was put out by the eonduc
tor. He brought suit against the conductor for as
sault ant battery, but the court tcquiltad the conduc
tor on tbe ground that the company had the right to
make and enforce rules against smoking.
Folks arc considerably disappointed because there
is to be no reduction of fare to thote joorncying east
ward to attend tbe Centennial, and perhaps the num
ber of travelers will be less by one half than would
be the case if such reduction were made ; but there
will be quite a number as it is who will make a pil
grimage to the Cradle of Liberty and assist to cele
brate. Tbe 11" ' ' i sayt : What under Heaven can be the
mysterious connection of Stetnberger with San Fran
cisco which iealt to our being periodically afflicted
with spread-eagle romances from that city about the
woes and wrongs of President Grant's old crony and
creditor? There is no longer any doubt that Steinber-
ger has ceased to be, if, indeed, be ever was an Ame
rican citiien. If it be true that a British man-of-war
WML FISCHER, G ABUT EI MAKER IN
rellnqululiiiii: hit bushiest Iu Hotel street. thAiiks
bit euatoinem for thetupporl accorded to tilm In tbe p-it.
auu -iuiii--;i'ii vt in. ir itou.-e and paironoi?.' n:t ftiiceet
aor C GEHTZ, by wbuiu the busiiKss will be carried ou
to future. sal lm
AM. PERSOH8 ABE UEBEBT TOKIEIODKH
to pasture animals, to catch ur shoot bog5, frame, or
birds of any kin J, without permission, on anj - f the lands
belonging to Her illghnetui R. Keellkolanl, from Kawele
to Kaluukul. on tlie Island of Molulcal. Persona cutiglit
d.ln the above Alii be prosecuted and dealt with accord
ing to law.
it, nr. MEYKR,
Agent for Her llli;bnefw K. KevilkoUni,
592 U on tbe Island of Molokal.
rglllK KXT lilt1! OF OAHX
JL wilt commence .Sept. Mb. H71.
Scholars desiring to enter are required to pass examina
tion In Mental Arithmetic, Wrltteu Arithmetic through
DIvtKlon. (lengrsphy through the United tttates, 8pelling,
Heading and Writing.
Applicants will be examined June 23d and 24th orSept.
4tb and 6th.
Tuition iji.ou per week. 35.00
Board t Washing. 3.62 " 130.50
Muic iPlano). 75 per week.
The Ruses will ruu for tbe accomodation of pupils.
The rooms of Boarders are to be furnished by the oc
cupants. Letters of Inquiry may be address.) to.
594 4t A MAMA PRATT, President.
CATTLE FOR SALE.
THE lMKllNHatEli oi l I. Its 1 lilt
SALE tbe herd uf
CATTLE KNOWN AS THE SUMNER HERD
And n jw running on the lauds of Dowsett and Sunnier In
Kaneobe and Kailua Koolaupolco, Oahu.
The herd Is In fine oritur, many of the cattle bettuj fit for
Market, and consists of ti.ii beads, or
26o Steers 1 year to 1 years old.
373 Cows and Ueifers.
For terms of Sale apply to.
AI.EX J. CARTWRIOHT.
SSf Attorney In fitct for John Sumner.
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aataMMamv Tbe taaun'ctfia wort, of Sit Moos tbe
Cttweatr Vatat. aaarr wa, trry cticonratTititT i a balance
aat MaMUa mat Itfitatog is tbc tnsuarjr aud tbe
aaaam aV tabr the UDabf roar: Fteaideot
a-1 lavas; -"or-Tiu i.um. S M. Ibaaaoa; Trews
arrrvC L aRaaj Mnttn, . T. OatXIe. Tbc
ijr ishiWiaK beaar 4evote to
It originated from a few eccds lound In tbe
wrappings of an Egyptian mummy, where they must
bare laid for thousands of years. In Calilornia the
yield it about seventy bushels to the acre, and tbe
grain bat been found to be admirably adapted for
poultry and atock feed, lis appearance w hen grow
ioc it rery tirailario broom corn, only tbc ears al
wayc bend over and bang dowu, when maturing.
Mr. Shipley tayt when he was down last winter, he
left tome of tbc aecd ot tbia coin with some of the
residents t Honolulu. If any one hat planted it,
wc should be happy to hear ol tbe result.
Si-ndat School Ceixbbatios. Tbc Sunday
school! of tbe city united on Saturday last in a
celebration according to programme published last
week. There was a large turnout of children, and
the procession, as it passed through tbe streets with
its gay banners, and music from tbc band, and tbe
happy senga ol tbe children, was a most interesting
spectacle. When the procession returned to Ka
waiahao church with tbc schools which had joined
It io tbc circuit, it filed into tbe building, filling tbe
body of tbe ball to overflowing. An bonr was oc
cupied In addresses from Mesara Kapeua, Forbes,
Pratt, and Kaooa, interspersed with songs by the
children, after which there was a general adjourn
ment to tbe well spread table undertbe trees in tbe
church yard, where that edibles weie disposed ol
with a rapidity unknown outside of Sunday Scbool
. TaaaraicaL. Tbe Morting Combination Troupe
appeared oa Saturday evening last at the Royal
Hawaiian Theatre, to a fair boaae. Tbe programme
eoosirted of acrobatic feats on the tingle and double
trapeze by the favorite juvenile performers Lottie
aad Master Waller Roma. Soagt by Mdlle Mort
tag. and tongs aad negro delineations by Mr. C.
Morting . concluding with a farce entitled " Raising
tbc Wnd by Mesmerism." The performance, on
tbe whole, was gd, aad deterred the hearty
.audits accorded by tbe auiieaee. Lottie is really
a wonderfwl little girl aad foes through her d.riag
trapes feats with th greatest Rf case. Master ft"
lands, wbal is that to us? The official representatives
of the United States in Samoa, Mr. Foster, was evi
dently delighted to get rid of him. I'nless tbe English
authorities can lay hands upon documents among bis
laggage of interest to the I'nited States in connection
with high personages at Washington, who certainly
befriended him in the begining, we devoutly desire
that he may refrain from intruding Steinberger any
more upon our attention. Hit friendt attribute bis
downfall to his warfare upon the mitsionariel and
ffquor dealers. A man who respects neither rum nor
religion need expect no sympathy from tbe civilised
A KEf-OXD-IIAKD SUM,
Jm. lion W'CWlillLL. without puu-.p, by
SX-:t. F. A. tK-'HAEFES 4b Co.
f TWO VERY 1 IVE TONED
Just Received from New York,
AXD FOR SALE BY
n. m. wnrrxEY.
rbese Piano. like tbe Steinway, rank among tbe beat
for sweetness of tone and durability. 6si
Superior Oregon Sugar Cured Hams i
Extra Corned Beef!
(In 1001b. Packages),
Received last Trip of J. A. Falfciubarg, and
FOR SALE ii V
CASTLE & COOKE.
MR tie I., srx. i:tii rrit desires
employment on a large sugar plantation.
Ills speciality la. Topography, Trlangulatinn and fjtnd
fcurtvytug, Levelling, Making of Road and of Waterleads
for Irrigation, culUvatlon of tropical plants. Sugar Manu
ftctory. General Book Keeping, Mechanical plana and
draughting to ensure economy in labor and expenditures.
Experience of twenty yeart In tropical countries. Ad
dress commuuicutious to tbe Honolulu Poat-ofuce,
TP O Ii- 85 A. L.E
Colt It I f; AT F.I IHO.V, in Sheets of 6, 7, and 8 feet
Galvanized Piping, M nd i i-:in. wide;
Fence Wire, No. t;
Hoop Iron, s Inch assorted ;
Sheet Lead, assorted ;
Lead Piping, i-lnebi
Black Iron Wire, s to is ;
Tin Plates, aaiorted, at
KHjhn F. A. SCHAEFER A Co's
EIDSIEC-K A Co 's tiRA.ND VIX ROYAL
Quart and Pints. Now landing ex " Ka Mol."
For sale by U. UACKFELD At CO.,
S39 3m . Agents.
W A XT ED TO BIY AND EXCIIAX-E AIX
kiads of K. r- b(n Btttfnpa. Tbe libjbeat cub or
exchange price p.ui fur'SandwIch and FIJI lslaad stminps.
bbeets ot sLanapa sent ou approval.
Aildrru to GKO. K. WASHBURN,
57 2ms P. O. Box 48, Han Kraoclsco. Cai
Professor Zabars System.
PAMPHIaETS AM) CHARTS, IHnttratiiiff
Prof. Zaba's popular syaum of Teacblog Historical
and CbroDOloalcaJ Datea, can be put chased at II. M. Whit
ney's. A few copies only for sale. 292 lm.
CITIZENS AND RESIDENTS OF MONO.
LULTJ, VisitinfE Friends and Strangers generally are
cordially Invited to attend Public Worship at FORT ST.
CHURCH, where Service are held every Sabbath at II
o'clock A. U., and ' P. X. Seats ate provided for all
wno maybe pleased to attend. There Is a Wednesday
.-veiling Prayer Meeting at 7 , o'clock:, In tbe Lecture
Room, to will hall are welcome. S24 ly
nriSABT FERE AV ITU! C'nrte Blanch.
M. Quart, anrt Pints. ow iainling ex ' Ka KaV
Fur sale ny
H. HACKFEU) A HI.,
California Bed Brick.
A FEW THOI SAM) OF OOD Ql V 1.IT1 .
recelv.nl ILIs day per HaryAielic K.berL.
BOLLES A CO.
Fine Manila Cigars!
ANEW IV VOICE OF VERY MP TRIOR
q.n&llty. pat op In boxes of tzOO each. Just rt-ceivej
direct from Manila. For Sale by
56 1- BOU.E8 A OO.
VT- 2 HAVANA SHAPE I ASd a rood quality.
For Sale by
BOM.KS A CO.
For sale by
M. BELLE ROBERTS,
433 BOIXK3 A CO.
BEST CALIFORNIA OAT IT AT For Sale by
BOU.ES A CO
California Beef in Bond.
ECEIVED PER H.I BELLE ROBERTS -
For ul by liCJ BOtXCl A CO
rI'lii?s Ilc'tiJLiit tStoclc
COSISTN or the FOLLOWING Iff. lafl
Ladies' Riveted S.de Leather Trunks.
Ladies' IlireteJ Bridle Leather Trunks,
Ladies' Elegant Leather Trunks,
Ladies' Canvas covered Trunks,
Ladies' Statu Room Trunks,
Q'rla' Toy or Doll Trunkt,
LADIES' RETICULES !
In great variety and lit all culors.
Gent's Riretcil Sole Leather Trunks,
. RiveteJ Bridle Leather Traok?,
Gent's Leather Trunks,
Gent's Riveted Sole Leather Values,
Gent'' Bound Edge Valtsef,
Gent's Black and Colored Leather Valises.
Geot'i Patent Corner Valises,
Gout's Boston Valiset.
Gent's Carpet Vali.e,
Ladies I Children's Manila School Bags
A III: W I II' I. LINE lil
DOllS Trunks !
JUST TO H AND !
A Beautiful Line uf
GENT'S SHOE WARE!
Including the celebrated
CORK SOLE GAITERS-,
Now so generally used In the United state. This Shoe Is
rerleetly Water l'rouf.
A FULL LINE OF .EW HI TLES OF
T J3 ELRY!
Ol nil Iiltids nut! .Latest Dcsls;ufi.
Watche? in Gold and Silver.
Locket. Locket and Neck Chains,
Cbatalains, Gent's best Chains and Guards.
Gold King, Diaa.oad Rings,
Silver Forks and Spoons,
Silver Cake FUb Knivei,
Silver Butter Knives,
Sugar Shells, Ac.
Ladies you arc Respectfully luvited to
i:A.mK '1 II LSI. NICE GOODN
Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
mzm M. MclNERNY.
N0TIICE TO HOLDERS OF STOCK, &c ,
On the Island of Maui.
ALL PERSONS Il lVnt. .'. TFLE, IIOR3E.S,
tc k raxing on tbe Walluku or Walkapu I'umroons,
are reqiu-atcil to remove the same. If notcommuUMl for on
or Miff tin1 1st (fay of Jnue, 1371. After said date all
Cattle, see., found tnapaflijfcag win to' Impounded according
to law. All persons wishing to run rattle. kc, on said
commons, can do so by applying to.
HfcNKY CORN WE LI A CO.,
N. R No driving Horses, Cattle, Ac, or branding al
lowed on nld commons without tbe perratsslun of tbeaald
Cornwell A Co., or their auiborlated agent..
Walluku, May SL 1876. 694 U
The riiflemincrl, tlnlj- iVirorn before st
Justice of Supreme Court, and having two superior Rerlln
instruments is prepared to make Analysis of Sugar by
Polarization. Having assisted Col. Z- H. Spalding lost year
to polarize his purchases of refinery sugars, he Is confident
of giving correct results.
Honolulu, March 31st, 1S70.
WM. O. IRWIN.
Boot and Shoemaker,
II S RE.VIOVEn TO KI.0 ST It 1. 1 IT,
opposite West's Carriage Depot, where ho is pre
pared to supply bis Cus to Tiers wltii Boots better
than Henkert's 591 2m
Mrs. M. L. Foster
HEGH TO IaVFORH THE LADIES OF
Honolulu, and the public generally, that she baa
A Fancy Store on Fort Street
Opposite C. K. W'llllam's furniture warerooms, wbere a
choice selection of
Goods in the Ladies line !
are to be found, also
Dress Making in the the Latest Style.
S5.000 To Loan.
FIVE TIKM N. II DOLLARS OF TRUST
Funds to Invest. Apply fa writing, Kith particulars,
to A. F. JCOD.
Honolulu, afay 27. 1878. 5M 2m
Per "svitty niREcrr fbox hosto.v.
American Prime lTirk.
American &fea Beef, .
New Bedford Towllae,
New Bedford outing Falls,
New Bedford Whalemen a Oars
Flrtj Bitlea Beat Patent Oakamt
All of wblchwll I be sokl at low prices, by
Sl BOLLES at CO.
CARPENTER AND JOINER
taWork Done Promptly.
Shop on Port 8u. EpUuade
opposite Hopper's Barrel
To the Public.
rftnr niioi.r. stock of the cxder-
M. signed, consisting of
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING,
Ilait Been Bcdnced 30 per ci.
French Prints at 17 eta. per yard.
American Prints at 11 eta per yard.
Fine Sheetings at 30 a 14 eta. per yard.
Fine Irish Uaea at S5 eta per yard.
Linen Towels at j i per doaeo.
Fine French Silk at II.S0 to (100 per yard.
Also a splendid assortment of Boy.'
Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods !
At a very Lov Bate.
In fact all these goods will be sold at a great redaction.
SSM at No. U Fort Street
Saloon Pilot Bread.
CASES Per V . BelieRrobeatt
;SKi bolles at oa
By E. P. ADAMS.
REGULAR CASH SALE !
ON WEDNESDAY, - - - JUNE 14,
Al ti!ir-iiit S A. Jf.. a l Ira Room.
ASST. OF NEW GOODS
CASES A1SD QR.
For aal by
For sale by
BOLLES if XI
Fine Printt. Masliat. Linen Drills.
Dmwn Cottons, Whits Cottons, Merino,
Victoria Lawns, Silk Handkerchiefs,
Hemmed Linen Hanilkarcbiaft,
Uarrard Shirts, Fancy Klanoal Overshirtt,
Vv 1 Shawls!
Turkish Towels for Bathing,
Blankets, White Shirts, Atnoskaag Denims,
Ainoskeas; Stripe, Cotton Drill, Brilliant,
Fin Tweed Sails, Bed Qailtt,
Merino and Cutton Undersbirta,
F.lt and Straw Hats, Ladies' llnse.
Men's Socks, Bridles and Bits,
Trsreling Bags, Etc., Etc.. Etc.
Best Brandt Kerosene, Card Matehef,
Yeast Powder, Sardines. Wrapping Paper.
Suda Craoktrs, Clothes Pins, Hams,
Bacon, Candles, Pickles, Tobacco,
Cigart, Fioe Tea, Oysters.
Axe Handles, Salt, Wash Blue, Pain Killer,
Brown Sugar! Crushed Sugar!
ALSO, AT PRIVATE SALE!
EX BRIG JULIA M. AVERY.
E. P. ADAMS, Altrt-r.
Br C . BARTOW.
At 1Sjx1- Room.
ON THURSDAY, - - - JUNE 15th
At 10 (Vela! A. M will a taltl.
CLOTH I XO,
AND SMALL LOT Ot
I " IT It TS I V U R, E !
CIGABS, HATS, SHOES.
Bbls. of Beef.
Bbls. of Salmon,
HAl. KM OF
AT 13 n I MM I.
Ill Front of SaJ.o Tloom,
C. S. BARTOW, Auctio.wr.
DILLINGHAM & CO.,
PER JLL1A M. AVERY,
The Largest and most Elegant
Triple Plated Silver Ware!
Ever Offered in this Market.
Tea Sets, Each Four and Six Pieces,
J Slop Bowls, .
RECEIVED II T LA TE ARRIVALS,
A LARGE SUPPLY OF
American and English Books
OFFICE STATIONERY ., At., ic
(. onaUUaK of
C1AP r l'l 1C. I.I ml. CAP, LKTTEB l M
Not l':i,' : .
Nevv styles thin French letter ami No to Fptn,
Kuvt lupea of Mil ji-.
Uliuilt HiMki, Mt?niurnIiiiai
lot'Ket Knlvn u
UVKi UK! ..: ! r-.ir.-
SCRAP and POSTAGE STAMP ALBUMS,
Stcret'tcopts and Stertotcup Vitv$.
Letuir Clip, nook Slates,
Olaa afetal an.l Lnt'ther Traa.llnc Inkstand
Choke Wood anil Frarl ofnea Inkslanila,
Vtue Wallets. lMnea awl Hats.
PAPIER MACHE AND 1080000 PORTFOLIOS!
Pearl and Scotch tard (e.
letter Copy Book, and Bniahea Copjrln Papar,
Letter Preamea, Matbematk-al Instruments,
Ureen HpecU'les. Pocket Comptamwis,
Cheat Men, Tlomluoes. Crlboac lloar-K,
Chltdreu't Alpliabet Block,
Eye Glasses, Reading Glasses.
Tortolw sti-M and RulTalo-horn ictts,
Quill and Wool Tnotbplclu.
M.-ff Pena Olllott's, Perry'a and Oliver tuaken.
Crystal and Dtauiond rubber
Ivory Paper Knlven and Enuori,
Ink Kxtnctcra anl pouoc.
Mk-roacopem. WikkI and Rubber Rulrm.
WRITING DESKS, k FINE ASSORTIERT
- Alt orders promptly niied. -,
OFFER rilSS. CARD RECKIVEftS,
(Chased and tint,)
Ooblcta I Cups, gilt
Suitable fur cbilildrea.
Vases in Fine Bohemian Cut Glass
Rettaurant, Table and Breakfast Croat Stands,
Wine Standi. Toilet Stands, Toilet Stands,
Egg Stands, Calory Stands,
Waiters, Syrup Pitchers, Knife Basts, Salts,
Napkin Kings, Ioe Tubs. Sardine Boxat, te.
One Handsome Epergne,
Suitable for the Banquet Table.
AU these Goods are Warranted Triple Sileer
Ami are of tbc inoat Elaborate Worknannablp
We have also on hand,
Rngcrt' Fine Triple PUud Forkt,
Knives. The largett Assortment of
Comprising oyer one bnndred and fifty different
kinds, T.tble Cutlery, Scissors and Raxors. Also,
Toilet Articlas, Bottles and Powder Boxes.
Hair, Tooth, Clothes and Flesh Brush. ; Hand Mir
rors. Plate Olaas, Soapt, Lnbin't celebrated Perfum
ery. Watch Cbaint, Albums, Cbromot, Piclur and
Lambs' Wool Carriage an 1 Lamp Mats, all eolori.
Spy Glasses, Opera U lasses. Field Olatses, Ac, Ae,
Besides tliese we have the Regular Asstrrt
Shelf Hardware. Glass Ware, Tin Ware
I'aiuti and Oils,
Breech Loading Shot Onns, S. A W. ReroWers, Rifles
Air Uunt, Wads, Shot, Powder, Caps, Shot Poaches,
Powder Flasks, As., Ac.
B. F. DILLINGHAM CO.,
95 and VI King Street.
BOOT AND SHOE STORE !
Corner Fort at Merchant Sts.
HAS JC8T RECEIVED
Per X3. O. MT7IlJt-A.Tr.
THE MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMEHT OF
Ladies1, Misses' and Children's
Cnttom-Sfade, Extra Fine and Median) Quality
Boots tkz Shoos
Erer offered In Booolnln.
mm IRA RICHARDSON.
THE RIGHT ARTICLE FOR FAMILY USE !
If ore Eeottomieal than Wood I
Wilder & Co.
Oregon Sugar Cared -Hams.
RECEIVED Per Bark M ATTIC Jf ACI.EA V.
fifteen daya rrom Portland, a lot of Uvav- splendid
Hams. For sale by tio7j BOIXEM a
TH! KEXF.DY WAN tlRIHIXALLT
SCRIBED by an emlfl.ut phyalrlan for a raa. of
Dropsy In Mrs. 11 unt's family. John Hoot, awed atwat U.
of a stout and pl.tlh.rlr hahlt, was artaed with a ttsddan
attack or general dropsy, which la a f.w daya Uirrau-nr.1
bllir... The ordinary rrmnllM bad all prdVatl IllllaVa
clous, and under tbelr ils.- the uullcat was Bait akllbux Inio
an alarmlnic State. The dmpay was .nral and estrnalT,
leas aweUed to an eti.rni..ua aaM and tbe water laiTtaalasj
rapidly H. was vntlrely unable to lie .town la bad, and
was forced to remain tilaht and day In a stttln poature.
Chts state of ttilo, continued until liy ta. artrlre of tha
phyalrlan alluded to. the present remedy .at tried, la
consequence of It peculiar nature It waa neceaaary to pra
(air. It with rreat care, an.l In order to Insure thai It waa
lalruated to tbe family of Mr. Uunt to proems aad roov
Th.. remedy waa administered, and almost from th
moment of Its reception a decided loipruym.nl bieaat
manifest. The kidneys were Immedlatrlr aoVclad and
routed to action ; th." swHltno; of tto. lea rapidly MjbsidMl.
tbe lungs wen freed and resumed their aamlthy and
irritable action ; the flesh of limbs rvsumad II ylaatk-liy.
" CBattatJ " rtmaiolng. anil lie waa rapidly etnavaleariiar
when nnfnrtnnalely, prompted by tbht rapid unpnieaattnt,
be gaT. up the remedy for a abort lime.
It waa anfortunal. for the cmratlv ptucasa waa ar
rested, tbe kidneys Hunted In U.eir acdoa, aaala beeea.
ing torpid, tbe water Increased with frayhtfal rasaafty
and b soon again found blmaelf In a very alt rat lag etai.
Tbe remedy was again bed recourse to. aad br Ma perse
vering ua the dlseass was a second time esedeed. Bat
this waa a moat aggravated and severe case, aad It took ill
the vlrtuea of tbe Remedy. comUtied with car aad Ua.,
to eradicate the afreet of the Us.ae. Hut thn.ogh a p-r-severlng
nae of It apermaneui cure waa enVctad, and sa
rrsumeil his active out-of-door occupation, within a shut
time, a well man
This waa the manner In which the Remedy waa brought
Into notice, and aiace th.-n fur a period of twnty hva .2)
years tbe medicine has been prepared aft.r the tarn ap
proved formula by Mrs. Hunt, aod used by our Brat pays.
dans in their private practice, for this ami similar coot
plaints. It has been well an 1 favorably known aad estenatvei y
use sineed thatAne by al I claasis. both with aad withtul
the advice of physicians, and ha been the means of saving
from a lingering and frightful diaraas, and untimely deaia,
many of oar moat estimable and well-known ctthvena.
The enly known Remedy for Bright' Inasaaa, aad aa
cored every cam of Dropsy la wblch It aaa mean
given : Irritation of the s of the Bladder Intsmaika
of the Kidneys l lct ration of the KHneys and amtaVAsr
Illab-tes. In fitricuire.and for KnfeeUeil aial Detleaas
Constltutlon or both sate, auended with loa fol
lowing symptons : Lues of Power, Loa of Ma
m.iry, CUBcolty ol Breathing, Wnalmn. Waaefulnna.
Painful mid Dragging HenaaUon fit the Back or Lotos.
Flushing or the Body. Eruptions oa the Face, Pallid Coun
tenance, f ateifnii of tbe System etc.
Has been before the, public for more than twenty years,
and has been tbe mean of saving from lingering aad
frightful disease aad untimely death boodreda of oar aaeat
estimable and well known dttaans.
This Medicine wax Sever Known to Fail
Price $1.50 per Bottle.
DiUUSHHAM at CtsV.
S m Hole Agent for 'Uwami I aland
knowles' Patent Steam Pumps
C. BREWER & CO.,
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands
HA VI KKi KiVKD
Per Syren froiaa Tlneton
ABOVE CELEBRATED PUIPS. FROI 10. 2 TO S.
AID KE BE 1I)V TO KEC EIVE UK DEM
for any of the pumps of this make to be forwarded
overiaoo ir i
BOILER- FEED PIMM,
VAC t l PUP.
ot or Cold
Prices and other information si, . n by
HStni C. BREWER A CO.. Ageota.
Ox Bows, Ox Bows, Iron Ox Bows,
SQ.SO por Pair !
On FA IK WIU LAUT TEAM. ST
ISO these Sows a aevtog of W percent, a mad
wood. Bows can be seen at.
gaST Orders from tha other
I, T. C HAT-TEH ,
rrr-HE i vderniuveuhatixs i
ss. Arnu.M ku aammartrator of the
KACKAOA. late of Hanaiei. KaejU. da
all parson Irxlebted ta tau -state to mak- 1
ment. and an hartag eaamms acaaast the estate aaa
teat the same, with proper vouebers. Within atx I
rrom aate nereor, or they win ae wr barred.
Waaalii, May Mia. ISTI. tt