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Hi It (lit II.
Licenses Expiring in Aug., 1876.
ax tmrnmnT journal,
DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PROGRESS.
l'l lil ISIIK1. AXIl EDITED BY
UK Nil A' II . WHITXEV.
KMtaiMiiii !t, Hrmoluln,
uuanu rt HoituiuiO,
tmrrm Krrt. Honolulu,
Tai. WsiroiCB. alas..
L. Wt'V. UliluLu.
5 Mrs liouofnia. Kaum. Flans
an j rwbu Kotak.
B A. W. n 4 On-. a-n ,triL li j.
I. ltetfte4 KtibcMnflrM,
WEDWBSDA F. A L'GUST 9.
We po to prrss with no later new s from San
Kraiirisco than what was brought by the
steamer Australia. digress is siipiioscd to
have adjourned on Mondav last, ami we shall
soon learn, hv the first arrival probably, of the
fit.n! action of the Smate on our treaty. A
vessel may be ext-ecie.1 from San Francisco by
Sunday next, when both of our regular mail
barks will have been away from here 42 days,
ami one of them ought to le tack.
whole matter is to be placed in the hands of j makc up the attractive catalogue. The num- M- Edito :-Wi" oa P1"" inform wh,t !l
the Minister of the Interior, the hill at the contain9 two fine 8tecl engravings ; one 1 ihtAppwprirtto. BUI for th.
...... t i j li ... Care and seclujion of Hawaiian girls. 1 I do not
Bamc tune ties the M.mster s hands in all Uod Far from Home" representing a little nmtmhtT thtt any monT cver approprUled by
matters of detail. Mr. Kaai s bill gives us ; Itaian aslep hy lhe T0idcf while a pt ,eUtores M T eneh objti Mt j ara fw
the boon of steam communication, but in a ; company of children gaze at him with mingled to eonfeia to a degree of mystification as to what the
luea is. 15 ine guremmmi aouuc 10 insuiute i cod
eent where all the female buds of pmmi.e are to be
retired from the wicked worid with it manifold snaro
and temptations ? If , I fear that $5000 a .Tear will
be found inadequate for the maintenance and seda
tion of the 7500 girls who are to be the mothers of the
nest feneration. , StSAfJ Alio.
We believe that the item referred to by uiir corre
spondent, has been ioserted in the Appropriation Iti:l
as a crumb of c tn! "rt t- be Hon. Mr. .M irtin. in
view of the !aud.tblc but anucMrfiiI efforts be re
cently made to obtain a patent f-r his new " lnoutti
Labui mill.'' The amount fpecifi d will be found
quite ?ufl,cint to educate all Mr. Martin' voting fe
male relation, besides quite a number of other girls
less objectionable way ; providing the service ; emotions of surprise and rnriositv, and the
by private enterprise subsidized by the gov- j ijtte ,i0gj actuated by similar emotions, in
ernment. Whatever bill is passed by the i Ppects the cage containing the monkey. The
Legislature, it should provide for a steamer or ! other picture is a reproduction of the well
steam service, to be performed by contract, if Known painting by Trumbull of the " Battle of
possible. ; Bunker's Hill."
In the July Oalnxy we find "July 4th.
in nil I(1I.
A I iTION.
M. K Iwtk Mao!.
H - Nu Qas. n street. Hon
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nafc-a street. Uouolulu,
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Late telegrams report that the bill to au
thorize tin-construction of a submarine cable
ncr88 this ocean ha.s passed both houses of
Congress. The senate, however, struck out
the clause which required the government to
furnish vessels to lay the cable, and the bill
passed without any pledge of aid or snbsidv
from the Government. This is the enterprise
in whic h Mr. Celsii Ctesar Moreno and several
San Francisco capitalists are interes ed. It is
therefore prolrable that work on this great en
terprise will lie commenced soon. The Eng
lish are also moving in a scheme to connect
Australia with San Piancis'-o via Fiji and
Honolulu, and it may be that within two or
three years the cable will lie laid between San
? Francisco and Honolulu, for which the ocean
; bed is most admirably fitted by nature, and for
; the encouragement of which the Hawaiian tiov
; ernment has offered every inducement that can
Our readers may be interested to have a
short historical sketch of the small pox at these
islands. So far as we know, this disease was
brutight here for the first time in the autumn
of 1S52 in the ship Charles Mallory from San
Francisco. This vessel had on board sixteen
1S76 a poem ; " Washington s Headquarters
atXcwburgh;" the continuation of the faci
nating tale "Madcap Violet:" "Life Among
the Bedowius ;" " What makes the Poet?" j from farored familiaj.-En.
" Father Solo's Umbrella;" a valuable article j
"On Cvclopa?dias ;" an ably written criticism :
by Richard Grant White on Max Muller s pro
Death or As Old Bill mat. Mr. James R.ib
inson. wlio for more than h.tlf a century has liven a
rt-!idL'nf uf Honolulu, .'lu-il last el'i-niti" ill Ilia rrM-
passengers lor mis place, anu on ner .irn.n , chaI e ; the ,vnljnK 0f the English ! dence ii, Nuu.nu Valley. lie iva born Id London,
sue was ancnoren on "aiKiKi.un.il, er passe..- , L nusI1!igc. ..Soilvcnir8 of a Man of
gers transferred to a temporary quarantine Lctter8i "Battling with the Sioux on the
hospital established on the shore near Dia- ; Yellowstone," by General Custer is full of
llln .Ul NAM I f'V WHTF n T I t' I'llIL'CUi I . . . , -i, 1 ... . ,J,.,
' , ... spirited passages, aim win. lenve an anaitionai . rencc,-Bobby Lawrence, ai lie was familiarly
Dr. E. Hoffmann, and so snccessiully were the jnore8t fr0ni thc tri(ic:il fate of fhe kni)WI1w conpcri M wrr(.1.t,1 on Pl.arI oml
necessary precautions carried out mat union- , ,...,,, ,,:lt xlie 8,.ort 8tl,r:e9
I B. B. half .loUar.
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Flrirt AT franra. f.td.
In 3m coia.
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Kmuar. rouble toll,
bwri franrv Wttm
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laal a ara. aim.
J aeu.:. ahlilmc. silrci
la mafcui ar.tt til
tW rrr-n.y. appro eel
aaau: as wniaak at a. I
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aajshnaar to4i.WnaJk an
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old d... ailrer.
if an Art to regulate
C?. the above coins
id taxea at tbe ex
debts contracte! be j
thi kuiffdom, with ;
;-In.. J -f.!h . Kf'.
iam. s w ai k fr, Minister of Finanee,
rl In I'rululr
Baauat M. Jrarict Hakbi at Crahbeem
The value of silver in Loudon has fallen from
03 pence per ounce in "75 to I? per ounce in July
: IS76 a decline of 15 pence in twelve months.
! And yet our community views with compla
: icucy the law of 1S72 which makes'6i!ver our
J " " ' legal tender, when aritb a united effort we may
" 2 secure a gold standard, if not a gold currency.
: The late advices from India state that the
I .. .. j value of the rupee, which is the current coin
" I there, and was formerly rated st 45:3 cents,
ir.lK dollar has fallen Ui 30 cents, and that Calcutta ex
change on London, payable in gold, costs 35
percent. In other words, a draft drawn in
Calcutta on London for one hundred dollars
costs one hundred and thirty-five dollars in
rupees. Or to make it still plainer, a person
living in Calcutta who wishes to pay a debt of
one hundred doi lars in London, must pay one
hundred and thirty-five dollars for Ih'b draft.
Some may answer, " oh, this will never hap
pen here; Honolulu and Calcutta are two
different places." Then let us turn to Mauri
tius, and kcc how it is there. A draft drawn
if creditor to be ajvertieed is the Kuutoa for four at Tort Louis on Sydney or Lundon, to both
i E-Ut. of Jhn Bray, deei. Petition of wl,ich ',laces ''.''"ads of sugar arc constant
Calaraaa k. for letter of adminiMratioc of the above '. lv enroute, costs eleven ier cent premium 1
TZZ.S?'?"1 "JT" er"i ; In other words, the merchant of Port Louis
' tt. i 'TFT u in i f ninr i '
gives mjmana aim eleven dollars tor a
draft on London of one hundred dollars. And
Mauritius is a sugar growing country, with
nn.l tberooclieriandthe the balance of trade generally in her favor,
account- allowed. , . ....
: . . ., u i ivi r. ,n nf A. J. Cart- liatvMT a.-ti-ii we i:...y t.iKe m tl..s matter,
layhv, t-n-tee. i.rat.nc f..r an order of rale of eer- I should not le rashly done. Our business is
iia m! wtate at Waialaa. Oabo. After bearing eri- ' ,. - . . . . , ,
,, n, camn mm of opto ton that it would be for j cu c"v W1,n rrancisco, and our currency
n- aUantace ortbee-ute t.. rell tbe piece of land in i should assimilate to hers as nearly as possi
aeataaa aad craatrd tbe t.rder acc rdmctr. raid ia 1 tc j . ,i - i .
.r,.tbe.nnerrrc.crediothe -,Mt.nd ; 1,le- If We l1"9
': aert: r - of tbe Ciril Code. changes may take place in other countries, in
ajiriTM aa. trmcK nD0, at nt ambers ; the relative value of gold and silver, our people
-i veter ZaMaa y.'aittro. deed Petition j and their trade will sillier the least thereby,
r Anna Zablaa vCaatro for letter of adoiinitratian
a her baebaad' etate. After hearing Ibe eritlenre
inn aaaniateia 111. ii' n nifi Cecil Ilrown ad- tWMatalt.
iiriarrateit and ladattniitttator of the etate under i
--ad fttr $oa Notice to creittor to be adrertifed
ease spread no further. Of tho sixteen pas
sengers by that ship but two are now living,
Mr. McDonno of this place and Mr. F. L.
Hanks of New York city.
In the spring of the following year, 1853, a
vessel arrived from the same place, reHrting
a rlean bill of health, but brought the disease
which was communicated by some clothes
sent ashore to be washed. The two women
who performed this service were the first vic
tims. But when publicly annonnced by Drs.
Hoffmann and Lathrop that the disease was
the small pox, it was regarded as incredible,
and no measures were taken for a week to
prevent the disease from spreading. The con
tagion rapidly spread over this island in epite
of all efforts to check it, and in less that: three
months swept off 10,000 of the people.
On the other islands very few deaths occur
red, except at Labi
are, as usual, good.
Centennial inspirations of its native city, and
abounds in readable articles many of which I
are finely illustrated. The first one entitled !
" The Century its Fruits and its Festival"
il one of the best written descriptions, of the
Great Exhibition we have yet seen. The fol
lowing is what it says about our modest con- !
N:tv, we do Ilawftii injustiee. For so small n J
j counnunilv. ainl that tleelinitt in population, iti
; exhibit is most creditable. Il inclndes ornamental
1 Woods of ercul hwanfj neatly inlaid, olona and
i bcvcntl ..tiler icxine mires tn luiue, auar. nee, eti-
! raU, sulitbur. and belief than all, a tile of scliool
! hooks printed on Hie Man.1. The books are well
I chOdeo and ivell priuti-.t. They do not include tbe
' whota li-t employe-', many beting imported trom tbe
; United States. The cluldicn n umber l.veniv-scven
percent, ol the pnpulalfOli; uud from the ex lent and j
' BarceM nf the pnblle-elio.tl system, tbe inspector
i ireiieriil of which. Mr. II. R. Bttcbeoctr. is Hawaiian
tina, and some parts 01 ; commissioner to tue exuuMiitiD, we sitouiu inter
.t. t...l.,.a -f p .i...lfl: -;,..
Vaccination was attended to very Brjtnthaarem culture of ana or Anr naekaruada
thoroughly, and protection thus afforded as i settlements.
far as possible. In 1872 this disease again j Then follow "A Glimpse of Philadelphia in
appeared, brought by a passenger from San j l"6 ;" '" Psalm of the West," a poem by
Francisco on the steamship Nebraska, who ' Ly.lna Lanier; "On the Eastern Shore;"
Ittretitorr lo be filed in
n.. deed. Petition
ilion of this ette.
my app.tintei Kia
a bond in the fum
10 da? and notice
awakoa. a minor. Pcti
nent and approval of hi?
1-76 a rnardian. Tt.r
was first taken to the Sailor's Home, (his
condition not being known) but was after
wards removed to the C. S. Marine Hospital
where he died. The native who drove the
carriage thither look the disease and also died,
and from this there were twenty-two cases,
some of which proved fatal. And now for the
third time we have it again by the strainer
Australia from Ban Francisco, which brings
one case of varioloid, transferred immediately
to the hospital on tho reef. The ship while in
port was as strictly quarantined as was prac
ticable!, and the passengers for this place kept
: "Thee and Thou" a lively story or Old Phila
idelphia; "Letters from South Africa," by
! Lady Baker, " An Episode of the Bevolutiou"
" The Markets of Paris a very piquant piece I
of descriptive writing from which we learn
that rabbits are eaten in immense numbers in
i l aris, and are always brought with the Bkin
on, so that the purchaser may be certain that
he is not buying a cat : that French butter is
deliciously sweet and pure, and is never salted.
The editorial department contains an interest- I
ing account of the origin of Yankee Doodle, I
something about ghosts in the Eternal City, !
under the surveillance of the Board of Health I the latest news of the Apollo Belvedere by
for fourteen days.
Had they been exposed to tho disease a
strict quarantine would have been necessary.
In regard to the landing here of the patient on
board there has been some censure, but it
should be borne in mind that it has become an
which it appears that the Italian theory of a
bow is correct and tho German savants are
wrong, and other valuable matter.
Appleton has been changed from a weekly
to a monthly, now, issued at the begining of
eath month, and in its new form will prove
inter atiooal regulation that in such cases the j much more acceptable to the public. If its
patient must be landed at the first port and ! publishers would introduce illustrated articles,
within 7.0 dars.
Case fur the eominc week.
Act 11. Estate of W. E. wight. a bankrupt
Creditor t prove claim.
Tboaews urioa r. Ka-'Ca. Interned iare court.
A.;. 14. Before Harris. J. Estate of W. II. Ka
ami. deei. Settlement of administrator'? final ac
aVataAr of Kalaaa. deed. For letters of adtninistra
li. Estate r.f Hapaku deed
Estate of Rata Kamakea. deed
For letters cf aJmin-
For letters of ad-
Calendar of rase heard at the titttnrs of tbe 4th
r;i l-: at K":ina'. Mr .l:j-'iss .lu l l i f the Su
iiiume Court presidinr. II n. I. McftryJe, Associate,
w. . Sattb, Iseputy Attorney-General. F. Bindt
esrora re a eierk.
Tbe Knar vs. Aloha. Perjury, pleaded not jruilty.
Tajraset frailty. Fenteneed to IS mo, imprisonment
i ' e .' Kaua. f- r d. !. nd.nt.
hint . w'm. Kealauele. Perjury, pleaded
aaiatT. aawaatjeed to f- mos. imprisonment at hard la-
The so called Doctor's Bill has occupied the
ption papers to j attention of the Assembly since our last "jot
tings." This bill has created quite a stir
among our Physicians, more perhaps than its
importance warranted. The Medico's have
held meetings anil prepared a protest, which
was sent into the Assembly and promptly ta
bled. The Physicians take the ground that
the bill is an outrage upon their constitutional
rights, and if they are as positive upon this
i point, as they appear to lie, the better way-
would have lscen to allow the members of the
; Assembly to have their own way about it, and
; if passed and approved by His Majesty, then
make a test case and carry it liefore the Su
i preme Court. This course would have saved
I time and dignity.
The Board of Health has also received some
' attention at the hands of the Assembly. A
! bill to amend the existing law, so that the
:mj opium, pleaded Board shall be composed of five members,
E. Hairama 'for de- '''fee of which to be members of the Privy
Council, and putting the medical men out of
the Board, has passed its third reading. The
j President of the Board, during the discussion,
' assured the Assembly that his service upon
cared for. So when the British steamer
Gaelic arrived at Yokohama last spring, three
Chinese with this disease were landed, and
placed in the hospital and the ship went on to
The suggestion in the last Advertiser that a
wharf for quarantined vessels bo constructed
on the lee side of the harbor is a good one,
ami if practicable should be carried out, as we
shall always be exposed to contagious dis
eases. It would be well if more attention were
paid by parents to the law requiring vaccina
tion to performed on every child within six
months from the date of its birth, as laid
down fn sections 311 to 310 inclusive of the
Civil Code. The penalty attending a non-observance
of the law is five dollars fine for each
offense. The experience of the past ninety
five years in Europe and America is conclu
sive that tho protection afforded by vaccina
tion is thorough and complete.
eh at hard laW and cost.
TV Star vs. Kaale. Mat'inus mischief in shnt
a uralereoerae at Waimea. Kauai. Verdict
o: ri':.- J. Kana fur defendant.
Tbe Ktaf vs. Nalaiono. Larceny of hirt studs.
Verdict oot nitty. J. Kauai for defendant.
Aa. . Kaahieah.va vs Walewate Replevin for
sr -. eedet for plaintiff. J. Kaaat for plain
tAT. V. O- Smith for defendant.
'':t . : ; ,t .i .f I. i.'sa. k. 'Is
Baa Lard iabor and cist
7 - r- Al ba p. Selling awa without license
r.aa, wot ireilty. verdict, sot guilty, J. IV. Kalua and
E Hairama for defendant.
Tbe Kmc v. Hookah: et al. Adultery, fine paid.
Tbe K unci. Kaanani a Mika. Cattle itealine.
ruiltj, sentenced to s mos. j the Board has been onerous and gratuitous :
that he has never made a dollar out of the
Board, either directly or indirectly.
On Friday the Appropriation Act was the
order of the day. There was the usual hag
gling over salaries, more marked in its char
acter where the official was the possessor of a
fair skin. This feeling, on the part of native
i i , , - ,, .
.c- -J.nr to,h,. . 1:,. Endence taken owanie pronoumea wnen tue items
awl awAwa,tta4 aad continued by the court for further for pay of Post-masicrs were under considera-
awjaiuja . , : tion. After seme debate these items were
F.a-Bhi vs. Naob.ua. Application for scire fa-(
ras i. obtain a era eiecotion. Eiecution allowed stricken from the bill. The idea of the oppo-
""" silion seemed to be that Sheriffs. Constables,
- . , or their deputies might perform the duties of
AarrwjrattwT or Tan Bkivt Deep. The S. 8. . ,
Aa.ar.Ua. Captain CarRiii. on ber voyage down from . Post-master without extra compensation
on board several dis-inrnisbed " nen ine item tor pay 01 .u.in carriers came
: her list of raraerxcr. Among these up for paasagc, the native members of the As-
wrere auamberof Mtrio:.lcarlisti w ho have recent- sembly were ready to increase it, if necessary
IT tare tbe lion of San Francisco, and alto Md'Ile to $10,000. The Hon. Mr. Preston moved to
Je-le Clan Tbe latter contributed a large .bare 8trjke ,,e jtem (rom ,e bi fof ;f
laaaaisl i latdtlwtf; aaccces fu:, a couple of entertain- . , . ,
en. riven oa board tbe ebip by the combined ! to no Pt-masters there certainly was no
aiaM bicb bad been ttos acrluent.lly thrown to- j nee1 of M!lil Carriers. The item finally passed
arclber Jodpng from tbe programme which have i at the sum named in the budget. $7,120.
keea kindly fnrniabed at by the purser, Mr. Lloyd, j On Mondsv the appropriation for salaries of
we are confident that they were taoat agrerablf oc- ! Snrrintendent of Water Works and Clerk of
easMS. Taw hast performance given in aid of - , -
tbe Mebaaf. Seamen-. Hospital!,. London; to i Market' Hoad Supervisor of Oahu, and Super
easn it brine a eucccas. and enable the rrtor- i ""tendent of Public Works was consolidated,
Oct to do justice lo w bat they bad so kindly vo!
arotrerrd to do for thht charitable institution, tbe
aaaaaan placed the aaloon al their disposal. We
aenaiaai tlsat Mr. Atlisoo of tbe Theatre Royal,
SrdBCT tat prom pier of tbe entertainment, and t-e-ribcr
with par Licyd nsanacrd tbe affair arltb
as neb eWUty. A broad stage .as erected conteni
ewtly aradcr tbe large ski-lirtit. much higher than
eat. id paMt haee been done in cinVrctuly con
tmctrd nasi'li. tastefully decorated and curtained
mC Tlse awawengtrt aarrec tpat the ttmt aaaaaiaa was
tasr beat lasrj bad ever eer n or beard of being grren
poa tar bnay ocean, and accord great praise tolbe
aarrlonarnj bo o generously displayed their talent
!,-' rbr gr" era amocement, and for so ebaritable an
"he turn ot acrenti-fire dollar was sul
and passed at $0,000, and $2,000 for clerk
i hire. This action will give full employment
to whomsoever nndertakes the work.
The appropriation for the care of the lepers
passed without much opposition.
The item for " Expenses of the Law to Mit
igate,'" &c., was struck from the bill on Mon
day, but a motion lo reconsider the vote was
made yesterday, and the item was again re
jected by 10 to 21.
The steamer bill, known as Mr. Wilder",
was sent to a special committee, consisting of
by tbe aaolenee. .loch was placed iu the ' Hons. E. Preston, S. Kaai, H. Watcrhouse, J.
Mott Smith and S. G. Wilder. Thete are two
Ml lortrtrd to its destination.
1y riser toast have noticed the ; steamer bills in the Assembly, the other being
ebiiltaJrjnw before daybreak, say from three till j Mr Kaaie Mr. Wilder'e bill contemplates
foe ektek. la aosae place tbe mercury bat nlIlM;n nf - .(r.ani(lr hv the ernment
..a -taWb, ha. hee ? , for the inter-island trade, and also provides
i are tboufbt to be unusual.
for her sale, subsidy, &c., &c. AVhiie tie
First and foremost towers the proud form of
Scribncrs Magazine, which in the short period
of six years has achieved the highest rank
among American popular magazines. In the
August numlier which is Btylcd the " Milium
Wtr Holiday Number" is found contributions
by the most eminent writers of the country,
nolley, Delia Thaxter, Burroughs, Waring,
Hale, Aldrich, Bret Harte, Gail Hamilton,
Stoddard, making altogether a literary feast
of rare excellence. This number is remarkable
for the exquisite beauty of its engravings,
many of thein being almost equal to steel en
gravings in point of finish, and of the highest
artistic design. It contains articles entitled
" Hide and Seek Town," a graccful account
of some little out-of-the-way New England
village; "Niagara": "A Bird Medley;"
"The Bride of the Rhine," being a facinating
description of the ancient city of Trier in the I
valley of Mosel ; all of these are illustrated.
Then followed the continued stories ' Phillip
Nolan's Friends," and "Gabriel Conroy,"
which have already become so favorably known
as to require no enconiuius. "On the Iron
Trail," is another illustrated article descrip
tive of what Charles Sumner once called "the
heart of the continent," but hat the border
ruffi.ins call its "backbone." "That Lass
o'LowrieV "A Neighborly Call," "The Living
Mummy," "Crawford's Consistency," are short
prose stories of much interest. And in addition
to these is a fine poem called " The Flood of
Years," by Bryant, and the truly magnificent
production of Stoddard's, " Hospes Civitatis.
The editorial department will be found to be of
unusual interest and ability.
The August Harper's Monthly is fully equal
to any predecessors, and contains valuable
articles on " Wellesley College," " The Battle
of Long Island," A Sentimental Journey to
the Jordan," Modem Dwellings," The Laurel
Bush," " Saratoga Springs," " Bear Admiral
Shul rick," with a fine portrait ; chapter forty
one of that chef d'oeuvre ol George Elliot,
" Daniel Deronda," besides the usual number
of short stories, and the invaluable Editor's
Easy Chair, Literary Record, Scientific Becord,
Historical Becord, and Drawer.
The Eclectic Magazine for July contains its
usual well selected list of the choicest gems of
British serial literature. " Lord Macaulay"
from Cornhill ; " Home Festivities in Natal"
from Evening Hours ; " Bonivard, The Prisoner
of Chillon" from Fraser's ; " Powers of the
Air," from Blackwood's : and "Ordeals and
Oaths," "Spelling," "Society," "Gipsies or
their Friends," " Studies of Matter and Life,"
" Great Guns and Armor-plating," and others
its success and circulation will be enhanced
A new monthly called " The Record nf the
Iar," is a most valuable publication, and is
devoted to recording every event worth noting
that occurs in the world. It is edited by
Frank Moore, under win se supervision the
Becord of the Rebellion was published. This
new monthly is furnished here at six dollars a
Another valuable publication is Leslie's
"Historical Register of the Centennial Expo
sition" a monthly intended to illustrate every
thing connected with the Philadelphia Expo
sition. This is also furnished hero at six
dollars a year.
AUQTST lOlh, 197G, At 3 o'clock.
Under the Patronage of their Mojesties
THE KINC AND QUEEN,
Royal Hawaiian Theatre,
WUl be given by the CatLBBBATBO VIOLINIST,
Kindly assisted by Mr. F. W, Schmidt, u pl&nolst.
PnOOltAMME PART I.
Ptronc faltb and perft-ct tore a '. Glover
Hojal H.iatulUn Hand,
c by a Lady Amateur.
Great Fantasia from Martha, for violin Leonard
(introducing the !jtt Row of Hummer)
aTIta JKWY 41. VI M.
Comet Polka Arban
Mr. F. W. Schmidt.
Cradle Son, fr violin . -.-Sellymann
Jftrilp. I0IT CLAIM.
Hong, by a Lady Ani.it. ur.
Ya.nkse Ijoodl-, with burlesque vanatlons,VIeuztmps
Name. MmSnrw claim.
Kamehameha Hymn H. fierger
Royal Hawaiian iund.
Nr E Y A I) V E RT 1 S E M EN TS.
F. I LENEHAN & GO.
From the A 1
British Barque Cnnoma
AND OTHEIl LATE ARRIVALS,
Consisting of the following Machinery :
Pixro Stoam Clnriflcrs,
400 anil 500 Oallons.
A IT XL ASSOUTED IXVOICE OF S31TT11
Celebrated Cooking Stoves
AND R A NOES
BBLS BEST WHITE CEMENT!
Best Scotch Bur Iron, assorted Biz? ;
Best Scotch Sheet Iroa, uuorted slits ; Pig Iron,
PAINTS AND OILS!
Tins White Lead, Tins White Zinc Paint.
Tim Genuine Red Lead,
Tlus Biac and Blue Paints,
Drums Boiled LhlSSl d Oil.
FIRE BRICKS, SQUARE AND ARCH I
BENT Hi. At lis 'I I I II COAIl,
in. -i s r i: .si coal.
Fenelna Wire, nssorteJ sizes, aiincale.1 and galvanized,
Ualvnuixrtl Buckets, assured sues.
A General Assortment of Supe
Con sis tii. it of
Fancy Drliling, Fancy Prints, White Cottons,
liandk, erchiefs, Ginghams, Ci)StunH, assorted,
Tweeds, assorted : Broadcloths, Coatings.
ALSO, A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Cases HeiJfeick's Champagne, pinU and quarts'
Ila-!.f '- Lawrence's Champagne, i and qta.
Baskets Lawrence's, Champagne, extra dry.
Cases Hennev'r. Brand,
Cafe Martetl's xix I.rftinly,
Cases Plannt's 1 Sil2 Brandv,
CsJta Htnall Geneva.
Cased Best Genera.
Caves Rest Old Tom Gin.
Ca.es Best Kinnhan's L Trlh Whiskey,
Cases Dunvi!les Irish Whiskey.
Best .Scotch Whiskey,
Quarter Casks Bet 1 1 - Pali Brandy,
Quarter Casks Best Martell's Brandy,
Quarter Casks Jamaica Hum.
BEST AMERICAN WHISKIES!
Occidental, Hermitage and O.F.C.
Cases Best Pale Sherry,
Cases Best Old Port,
Quarter Casks Tale Sherry,
Quarter Casks Irish Whiskey,
McEwan's India Pale Ale,
Pints and Quarts.
India Pale Ale, pints and quarts,
Bass a Oo's India Pale Alo. pints and quarts,
Orange Bitters, in cases,
Bnutelieau A Cnrs 1, 2. :1 and 4 diamond Brandy
Cases Superior Vermouth,
Cases Fuker's Bitters, Cases Superior Claret,
Cases n-EWAVH XXX srol T. In smns Ju;.
PINTS AND QUARTS.
LENEHAN Sc. CO.
For Portland, Oregon,
The A 1 New Clipper Bar
JOSEPH ROiSER. Maater.
WILL HAVE QUICK DISPATCH FOR THE ABOVE PORT
For Freight and Pasaare, applr :o
aoj-3t F. T. Lfc-NEHAN A CO., Acent.
For Portland, Oregon.
The tine A 1 British Darqae,
"CLET A , "
In the TLur 1VS, and had bsj livid till N-'Vembi-r
nvlt wnuld have been SLTenty-eiUt years old. la
April, 188SI, tbe-gbfp Pearl and IK-rntf nf which Mr.
Rubinsou was imm. m-.t, and the Lite Mr Lnw-
Hertm-s recC The crew under tbe direction of Mr.
Robinson constructed a smll riMHHKf Irom the
u reck of 1 he shin, br rnc:ins i t tiev reactiLd
Lippincott's Magazine is full of the peculiar f Honolulu in paK-ty. Here .Mrsi-rt.. R.ibimun and
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above Port
Fur rates of t r, ..; : : . apply to
603 TIIEO. II DAVIES. Afent.
La wreiice ECtlled, foritiin: a coi:irt utTrhlp tor thc
purposc ol cjrr) inij on the IMp-IMtMg busiurs.
Htid for inaiii years Ilieir eat.iiiii!!iiiu'tit s Hie
only otto of the kind hi lhe place. Mr. R ibfoMM
leaves wid-ivv, uud a wnps fnitiily of cliihlretJ nine
In number, one ol whom resides in Cjlilornia. Hi
etteta is valued at betweeu three and lour huudrrd
For Portland, Oregon.
THE FAST SAILINO BARKENTIJCK
2k Jane A. Falkinburg,
Is 1 II is A It D. .Master.
Will have Quicx Disp.itch for above Fort.
For Freleht and Iasaa;e. apply to
lOi CASTI.K A COOKE. Afrnta.
PACIFIC Mm STEAMSHIP COMPTS
Australia ciid New Zealand Line
SI PBFJIE in RT or TBI HAWAIIAN
ISLAM UK lo Prv.bate.
In the matter of the estate at Artemna BlatMsa assi
Delta S. Bishop, his wife, late of Hunoiala. lasaas) at
Oabo, il.'. as.--i.
At Ituunbsn before Mr. JoatSre JmSd. Ordsv efaasJaa
of Petition for allowanee of accounts, daaeharav, aad r.ami
distribution of property.
On readlns; and mint tl petition and am - us fn m,
K. Btabop and Jane E. tltllebrai a. -u ruior. of lb.
estab-s or a. Blabop and D. .-vBtabvp. bhaw.fr, bua sf
Honolulu, deceased, whereta Tjyey sat fe ss allowed
aiOT7 SS, and chanre theinaefees arltb ,111 17, aW aaK
that tbe same mar be rxaoiined and approred, amaf tasa)
a Una' order masr be male or ilts.nnu;l,.n of tbe prwfwrt
cnainlna In lbetr haoda to tbe pwraona tberrso rwtftlew,
and .liwhaixii.f tem and UUrr sureties from ail farUer re
n,insiOI!ltr as such.
It Is ordered that mdar, the sib dar of !
A. D. 1S70. at lo o'clock a. It . hefor IU sai.1 ju
Chambers, in the l ourt Home, at Hood .In. be and Ibe
same Is hereby appoiut.il aa th lime a, .1 peas far bw
ing soi.1 peutlon and accounu. aad that all prrsaasa lolar.
rated may torn and Ibrrr appear aad ewow cause, Sfaay
tbey bave, why tbe same should not mm greatest, mm4
ii ay present evidence as to who are enuil-d as lb ssM
property. And that thai order, in the hn(iiai. haapasaw,
I e pnhltshed In tbe Hawaiian ..alette aeanpaprr. swiiesl
and pobilabed in Honolula. fox three ikcrewve weeas
prevtoua to tlie time Ibere'n apt.ioted for s..d norma.
Dated at Ilonoluin. 11. I., ih s Sth day of Aucnat, A. IX,
A. FRASft Ts jrDP,
Jnate of tbe opreme OosarL
Attest: John E. Barnard, t'eputy cls-rk
of the Mipreme FourL
i fin . oi it r or the nui uu
ll...is. in rrt.rwu-.
In 111' mall, r of lhe estate of Job
Honolulu. Island nf llahll. deceased, tali
Al rhambers. before Mr. Jusli.-Jo.M. iiisierof-
of petition for allowance of accounts, diacbarae, an.: aaj
dlsuloution of property.
n raairsng Jn.l li.ln the H-t ti.n .rtf miaia of s. B.
TUE HPLIIJIDID STEAaNHIP
Will Leave SConolulu,
Kandavu, Fiji, and Sydney, N.S. W.
CunniTtlnir at Kanda?u with Company's nttrtrr for
A fcKLAMJ, Z.. POUT It AI.M VA'J, nd IntennetiiAte
On or about the 27th of July.
For FreUrht and raw". and fnr:hr Information, apply
to J4.1I U. ItACKKELD A CO.. Asjenn.
PACIFIC MMl STEAMSHIP COMP'Y'S
Australia and New Zealand Line
Dol. aalmhilslraator of the
Honolulu. Oahu. dstMitd. w. err In n a
19 78. anl charg- tuoisrif with :
thf sunit may b eKamlOsMlatttl ai-prorei
order may be uitsde of dtairibauVo .(
mtshiina In hi hiidjt u tU Dsrina thvr
dlasChanebia him and bis s,urs'U- from i
sibillty s iuch.
It ta i.mIst.'.I that Frklay. th -th 1
A. 1. ltT8, at 10 u'ctock A. U.. brforf (h
f'hambs-rs, in thr i"-ort Mooat. at Horn
Mm? ta hrtby in:- . I aa t !. Urn m
tna satsd petition and s-. n.i and that
ested ny then and thvr appear and ai
ttiev have, why the same savOaUd not bo
prcieitt erklenct-aSs. to wbo art entitle
1" rry And that tbia order. In the rn(l
published in tli" Hawaiian Ossawtto nfl
and published In Honolulu, fur throe
previous to the time therlD appolnied (
Dated at Honolulu, II I., this jib day
A. KHAXCTM Jt l
Attest : John K. Harnard. Deputy cler
of the Supreme Court.
. i; .-th.
K lr beaJtvW.4
anal aa& (&at
ad tlUt a UuaU
he pn i party re-
4Vd Juatirv. al
Us'B. be ao.1 th
I ptatre Am- tiar.
41 prrsaaaS inlet
i w rauso. if aoy
i rur.M k tornr or tin; Hawaii .v
HlMnri!. In Pmhjtt
f Oahu. Mj.waii.iii I-Ianli vi
In tbe matter of tbe Kut of lJweilrai Zublte. oo-
Ord-rappointlng time fr probate of l
publication of notice of tbe sanie.
A document, purport!' to be tbe las
ment of IJeweilyo Znbltn. dec Ssa-d, tn
day of July A. l. 1-:, h-en presente-
'ourt, and a petition for the probate t bt
IsMLtnce of li ii-n lesstants-ntary J
havina been filed by Joseph O. Csrt-
irdereil flint lui-suny, the l
d for tho
THE SII.EIIZ sn;.llIMHIP
at 10 .'clock A. M .f taisl
I ssld Court, st Alllolsiil Hoi
' and the same is hereby spp
I cald will and lieori-ue said a;
sny person Intereste-t may
ViU. -iml the crantUta of Lei
It la further order.V that
j application, for three nuccr
. Galetre. a newspaper printed
I And It Is further orderrd l!
! nubscrlbin wttnesei to said
teMntor In Ih I 'tilted stafri
probate of sahl Will. the tl
Dated Uoouluhi, 11. I.. Jul
Attest; John K. Rarnanl, Deputy Vrft
t-srtrr: It la Wrobr
of 'N-tober A. V.
si tho f our. Room of
i H.'Oolnlu. .tabu. bo.
1 the Urns for pr.vlitaT
:lon when and h'.
ar and raniast too oaM
e tbermf he fiwn Of
oeoks lo the llawailaa.
)uhli-nd In II
ned to lavs
f the Muprem ' ;nrt
CITY ofNEW YOK K
r iTlBLY. ('onsDinider,
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about August 15th.
For Frrlgbt and l'si3aj?e, or anv further information,
apply tit f507j 11. HACsaFKLD ( O., Am
H Vltt'H AX r.
1 I AS 1 I. K.
Angust 17, Thursday.. Maul and Kawaihae
f .eiuruii to Ilonylulu Hundav, a. tf.t
Ai'rust 2. Monday (,'ircult -jf Hawsil
AiiuU'tt - . Monday ..lIUo
September 4. Monday Kia
September It, Monday Circuit of Hawaii
Septfmbr M. Monday - (.Ircult of Kuual
(touchinff first st NawlilwlU, returning to Honolulu,
Frldtty. a. m.)
September tt, Monday - -..Circuit of Hswsil
On all Winlvrnrd Trips the steamer will lenve her wharf
at 5:30; nil trip to Kauai, w!I leave at 4 f m. On down
trips the Mtennifr will not leave KaAlualu before O. m,
Kawaihae bcfori 10 . m.. Makena as per notice on up trip.
Maaiaea Hay not before 7 a. sr. Any chaiife from tbe
aboie will be ain Ttl.ed.
ear Xu Vafwslll Tor P assume Hoiiey. -jit
Tickets iit tlie ofllre onljr.
No berth will he consf. It-red as tuken until paid tt.. Not
responsible for unmarked Hugifiufe or ahy Frt-iht or Par
cels unless receipted fur.
Fr-r jt - Duo on Demand.
04" An effort will be mads to imvp the Micnnier rnrh
Honolulu on the evenlnif of the name day sb leaves M.ul
HAMLEMI. WILDHK. Aaeiit.
Oillce wlthWMder Co.. corner of Fort A Clueen streets
fX CIIAWni.R.H.-l IRt IT Jt IM.l SI I llD
JudctsJ Mstrl't. Hawaiian lalandn. In Fr tow to.
In tbt Estate of William tirahai, of Wsl.uaa. hi sot,
On resdlna snd flllna tbe petlrto'f cf Rebecca riraram
1 asking thi.t W m L. Lavts, f Mskawao. b.-aj barest
; Administrator of the estate of her busbOLd UTiiUasw
I Uraham, late of Wahuku, Maul, deceased-
It U order d that Wednesday, the sth of ptf aahor.
' is;s. at ii a. M., stthtMoitrt lltre in Wairuhu, hm
' ai ilie time and p.acc for beartne aald pettthsa), a4 ail
t objections th.it may be ofletvd tbervto, and sit perssjis
t inisrvsted are uotiflod to attend.
' X forxa x wm
Circuit Judge Ss-rood Judu uU Dtatrlct. H. I.
Lahalns. July :sib. mto. u4urt.
I PRDVi: COIMT.-IX BiXKBI Kr T.-
In t lie matter of the bsuikrupttry of H DUam C Wrlgat,
' a voluotary bankrupt
Before Mr. .lu-llce Judd at i Lnii-rs.
Whereas, on the
' at Wright, of Koloa
' Ul-l his petition th
I and whereas upon
I or.'er was duh nude culling upon sll pern
j l.fore me. the u:idrlgriel. on Ih- iith
btarant, tn show easjse. If any tber have, al
I of said petition honid gsM h.- granted, ami
: B. V tight h siljudg d a ban rn(.t and wl
i ssld 23th day uf July. 197a pruf having b
! tlie Mit is faction of the Court. tist duo asSSsSsi
I in j bad te-n puhllthed in lhe llawaiauiaai
I paper published In the Ctty of ilonolnm, a
having itiaIe uuy objet tU.n to the prayer uf
tlon bring gra
ud pvtiilun. a
FOR KGLOA & OTHER PORTS ON KAUAI
K A iVI A I L E !
Will have regular 'liipai. I. tat Kn.ial. as above, until
further notice. IS ST" Freight anil raasengtrs Uk.u at the
BO LI. EH CO.. A.enU.
P. P This vessel has lust been thoroughly repaired
nevrl-yrtippered, and put in In perfect order. i Z
Noar. ihi rvful
rupt : and It Is f
ruplcy be aiven
eutive weeks, ea
E Wrlahi to ap
Casssi House in I
1 ilday. the lltu
A Ha to prove
vlslona of Sectlo
Attest: John K. llarnard. I
lloi.ololii, r,th July, I.;.
arl Ibat the sett
s,l;n.'. J a haaa
ee afeaek baa
U. tares rcaae
of rk. ssskt Wb.
kr,iaosl. a, thm
Isa Use Muprenir Csaaa I nl tin- llaawsa
Unit la in-: limit.
Ha" AI.IKAI . BY
nil . n ti r. or unn. or
Hla. k IPC :
attile. alarsbai of lb. Klnsjiloaa.
wl.,1 to allium.
1 now In lhe U
h .ball tltm s
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
C. Browor A Co. Agents. ff
Favorable- srrinzenientii ran alwavs ba aaVtEssS
msde for 4tora:s snd iliipment of Oil. Boos, Wool, Hides snd
idcr Ir !i ir t it'- if .r 1. t.iti. ew York sod
itlier Ksateru Ports. tst" Cash AIvnnce- made.
mi iv c. BHKV. i ; a CO.
RlilO-UIj A it
DISPATCH LINE FORSAN FRANCISCO !
C. Brewer A, Co. -Agents.
Merchandiisa recelesad Slnratre Free mil
libsral caab cdrance wade on shipment- bv tbU Una.
Wi ly C. llRtWrR A CO
NEW GOODS !
Just Received per AUhn lieste,
FROM HONG KONG DIRECT.
"i.i v the U.lrii sMy of July
Mho rftttar Why tha rim IB. of
loin. plalnUaT. sVous4 tvt hat
tenor M h-r aiiray tal pishssw.
tbts Wnt, with fail rviura
or his Deputy, titu
You are herbv n
W arren late of Hoooli
A mrrkt ilefendiwit. Ii
within twenty dys of
fore the Supreme C
holdeti at 'ii-- ( ourt K
Iu the land of tiahu.
next, at ten o' ) gsl
Catherine Warren o:
awarded her puisuanl
and hnve y.n then
jour pnnreiliitsjH ttarn.
f Uttneao. ni. Kiisha H. AXLMn. ChaeT
HsSsJ of the JustJct of our "uprrms Court, st Ilea.
, lulu, this nth lay of May, A. D MM
Supreme Conrt j signed) Jso. K. li an as
I -put tier.
Rr onlrr of th ''r.ort dated llthilay of July. 7a. is
return day of th within summoos. was eteads ta mm
first day uf tho J Miliary Term uf th- Court La tmm
(Signed, J " HaaSatAca.
Deputy Clerk of th .upreasw t ourt.
ICawahas Islands. 1 1
Honolulu ihihn. j ' B
I her by o-rtlfy that the with. n a. 1 fV)rsv trg Is Itns
v of lite original HbuiBk-m ta-n.rl 'rui .,( ism
t If Hawaiian tsuan.l. In tm Uba4 law aw
rln U'arrrn v-., rimmas W warres. ' asat I
that asld oiighiaJ Nuuimnni laooWas r
In witness wber-,r I bav IVi m ta. mt SBT ha -I
snd the seal of the saM snprems Usii, ssss) Mbs
;SaI, dsjr of July, A. J. !;.
Jn C flBJIBs
02 .tt DrOty OtoafJ -oprsn. ..wt.
SlVNniMI RT or Tin: ii u n ia.
Si i i:
I-'.s. In prohsle.
' I I'll, s- tt.
r hjg r
PUICKS OF ADil.SSION' :
Rerveil Bests. Iress Circle, 2:
cents. Seais can be secured at
Store without extra charge.
IMrquette, fi; pit so
A. aVicWajne's Drag
A IX I'l-KNONS ARK Hrroby AI TIONFR
against treapsvsing on the land known ss the
Ahupnas of Mafiattao sin the IsUnd of Maul, bflonglng
to the Bord of I..: i i ; snd notice is hereby give
n that no person is authorized by the Hoard to grant per
mission to cut wood or Umber, or to fell trees of any
description ou any portion of the said land. Any one
violating this notico will be dealt with uiictlyjaccordlug
J. MOTT SMITH,
Vice-Prpsident of tba Board of Education.
Educstkn Other, July il, 187a. 600 iru
The Mortgagee's Sale
Bil.DM.nti TO M I I.I.I AM BEBRILX.
POSTPONED TO SATURDAY, SEPT. 2.
FINE WRITING PAPERS. Wanlla Rpe in maii size,
A IX lT.ltSONS INDEBTED TO THE Es
tate of the late W. I.- CLA BE. are requested to
settle the same at the U. 9. Conaolate. And peraona
havinc claim, agal.-iet tha ssld eatata are reqaeeted to
present the same duty authenticated,
out. J. NtOTT, C. S. Cooaul.
AM nEC'EITI.SfC BY EVERT ABBIV1I,
SAN FRANCISCO, NEW YORK AND LONCON,
ADDITIONAL SUPPLIES OF
Writing and Other Papers,
Among which may be found.
Letter Paper, ruled and ptaln ot various qualities,
from 1 1.40 to fl.OO par ream.
Note Paper, Phtin aud ruled, from 1.00 to (S.00
French Note and Letter Paper, cbotca
Cap, Flat Cap, Legal and Bill Papers,
A large stock always on band.
Thin Overland Post, white and blue, miedor
ot various toes aad quality.
TISSUE AND COPYING PAPERS,
MEDICATED 8TAR PAPER,
NEWS AND BOOK PAPERS,
MA SI I I A WRAPPING PAPtH,
thick and thin qualities,
BW Orders Oiled st short notice,
042m H Mt Whitney-
No. 2 fJennlne Manila Cigar,
Whin? and Color! Matting,
t'bolce Jupsn and Oolong Tea,
Wblte and Colored Rattan Chaira,
PRESERVED GINGER i MIXED FRUITS.
Ivory, Hand.! I Wood, Laqured sod Tortolso
Ivory. fSaudsJ Wood, iU, Festher and Tortolso Hhell
Silk Sashes, Silk Handkerchiefs, red and whitp.
i nl arv J sppoa.
...ar mm saad. of t
r.nia.n.na I; htm I.....I. as Baa sa
laiWIH' aa wh ,Hcsm.
'HI-kmimT. tiik iita. dat or
ten o'rlors A. M . aeaar. la- assd
i appointed aa ta. ttaa. aad pa i
ii ami arsi.unu. and ihai aBaaraasss
aaa sSSS BSM r- r, . .
PINE JEWEtiHY -
Such aa Titer's Claw, Crystal. Tortoise Shell, Amber,
white and red ; Carnellan, Pearl, Braceleta,
Karrlr.jf, and Brooch.
Tortolso Shell, Lsvdy's Combs, Chios Lsvnterus,
Chinese Curiosities, &c,
FOB SALE BY
a fox ft k trntrK,
NHL II Unoanu stteet, Honolulu.
THE I'M)i:rsigi:i) having besetf.d
the workshop. Tools, llencbee, slao the two Hearses,
etc. of MB. C E WILUAMM. on Hotel Street Hons-loJo.
baca to Inform bis fri.ru la and the public generally that be a.
now prepare,! to carry on the bosbiesa or Kt'KN ITUKK
M 4. NL'PtCrCRI.NiJ In all tie branches. Also the L nder
taklnc business. Thankful for paal favor I solicit your
custom. 1 -b.il endeavor to f Iveiood work at fair prices
Yours respectfully. at. T. DOXNELr,
00 las Xe.ll BoUl IL. Uouolnlu. II. L
Klehard II. la
,. llllnc tbe p-tlt-on an l arr-aaats f 1
lor of tbe eauue of RICIIAHIs N. -rr ,..
ii. loin. ,ii aaaas a. wnrssn sasaaani as ha
. awl i-bar(f s himself with ITva., aad
apliroved. and toat a dnal onlrr ...ay ma.1. of dsstrt-
hatbM of tlie propsrl
sons tN. r.'io ehtlUa!.
from all further nspi
1 1 is ordered, that
Anaust, A D. Ists. al
Juatice. at cbambera.
and tha same hereby
for hearing sa d pi til
Interested may thei and I
any thev have wliy th.
may present evIrS-Dre aa to who .re .(.titled la tha seal
property. And that thla order, us the Kuspask Sassraasss. a.
published In tbe II aaa. Ian llasette. nes.aapST , I Based sal
published In Honolulu, for three soeresrtr. ssaasaeeviM
to tbe ume tbe,..it appolnle! fr sskI bssnna
Dated al Honolulu. It. I , tfaks :.a day ofaaly. A. D ta.
HAM B HARRIS.
Jostle, of th. Sopte see i asrt
Atte.t : John E. ilarnard. lpat) tlera.
50,000 tn"x .
4s Water Casks. 7 ta MO fmUanm.
s) Wood Tanks, sno fahooa i a. a.
lOO Gasoline Bamss.
For sale low by
01.1m a. W. PEIRCB
r-SIIE rajUEOMIs.VI.ls MtTIVI.
S POINTKU br the Mon-irahi. . Hsn. I
with w,ll attached lo the ea ate nf KMloha a, -a mt a I ban
Hawaii, deceases!, hereby alvre notice is all saroVs wa
nave any rl .Ima aaalaat said estate to .nasal the aasa Is
turn ror settlen.enl within six i
'l.otd lo said eatata to mak.
Eakaia. nth July, int.
The I ndrrsi(ne.l, doly
Justice of Hupreme Coort aad basin Ssss
Instrument, is prpard lo aKUks AaalrsJa as?
Polsrtaaooo. Havltui I Cat, X. a. aaaasaaa 1
to polanas his parchasaa aaT rasnurry sssaais, aa kj
lain, March list, isrc
Wat a IBtVlt.