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to daubi. tbat kirbt. Tat tran 8 aot tw'4 tbir
fall Hoaaorntajr at aa tika. Tb tint lowria. is
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Vebruart . and Ike thirl aod ai-.t at at. Jaoi tba lul
cf Marrb an J lb aoktb of April. TV lr fall,
taariar a rvri rrara borrr. wkiek npaai la MToa
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tbeagh ivasattoj it avauiai aalj oaa (raia. abieb
is rvaadaii or Tal bap4. 0 arcvaat at tb Jifftr
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aoa lasts far tbrc a fvMir ma:k. aark traa kasias;
to W aarafallT rva aaaa tbra r fuur tiiaas bv baad.
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wb.l caitiratioa ; it aaat b yostpoaad. aiust b
done carafaltT. ani rrojairaa aa vxtra aaasbar of
labor ; bat awasra aad rbiUrra can b waplejad
at lof warsa," .
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THI KSDAY. tk- iJdoaj Bftoirmbrr. A. IV and
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taa) T aar can ka rwarrad.
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aarapt ta kiasal ar mmr Tka aar. aad aarafartory Bonds
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Xtalstrr af laa lolrrair.
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AX IM'trEMiENT JOl'UNAL,
DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PROGRESS.
Pl'BUSUED UQ EDITEP BY
HEVKY M . WHITNEV.
WD1TSDA F. SO y EMBER 22.
Thi reault of tive Prcaiiteatial election WW
November 7th in the United States, as report- ,
ed ia the San Francisco papers brought by the
saaal s learner. w;is unexpected liere, where the
belief a as general that the Kej'nbiican ticket
would be successful. The returns, as publish
ed elsewhere in to-dav "s paper, give Tilden !
and Headricka a majority of IS votes in the ,
electoral college. A report came to the steam
er, as she was leaving the wharf in San Fran
cisco, that by an error in the returns as first
published, the state of Wisconsin, which had
been counted for Tilden, had given Hayes and
Wheeler a majority, thus changing the result
if the election. The result is therefore unde
cided, but the chances are nine out of ten that
Tilden is elected. The vessels due here early '
next week from San Francisco will probably
bring ss the full returns.
I mmC af tba Ots. Cade.
Qaaaar or tb Inkrrior.
af aa Bill a af Tax Appnv m s
JXO S. WAIJEEB.
kraaaa i of raaa
t ka ic.
Thx Chamber of Commerce, at its meeting
on Saturday last, initiated a movement for a
suitable testimonial to Chief Justice Allen,
the Hawaiian Special Envoy at Washington,
who returned in the mail steamer last week.
The matter is in the hands of a Committee,
who will probably make such arrangements
as will meet the approval of all. Mr. Allen
has labored many years for the treaty, his
firs: efforts dating back to I $34, but through
out this long period he has had a firm faith
that it would be gained, and he has lived to
sec it accomplished. No one who has not j
been to Washington can have any idea of the to make known the wonderful advantages
labor connected with the effort ot getting a which are offered by our climate and soil,
measure of this sort through Congress. Bat The fact should be impressed upon the world
Uaivuli'a 0.p..i lursiM . 'o. 3.
It in a fact patent to all, but es; rx-ially uo
ticaable to those who have been away to for
eign lauds, and to strangers coming here, that
Honolulu i iu many rutspevts, at least twetity
five years behind tlie age. There has not been
any such exhibition of enterprise and public
spirit here in past years aa is found in most
American towns of equal rank and advantages.
One reason bar this may perhaps be found in
the fact that many of the business men of the
place have regarded it merely as a transient
abode, where only the hope of making a for
tune could induce them to remain, and from
whence titey expected to depart as soon as
their hope were realited. But the class of
those who expect to make Houolulu their per
inatieot h.uie has been constantly increasing,
and will increase more rapidly in the future.
Heucv there will not be as large a proportion
of the accumulated capital of the country sent
abroad as heretofore, but more will seek in
vestment at bouic. and the consequence will
naturally be the origination of many itew en
terprises now deemed impracticable and
The Treaty of Reciprocity, which has not
inappropriately been styled " Hawaii's big
bonanza," gives us a vantage-ground of im
mense importance from which to set out in
our onward march of Progress in compliance
with the demands of the age. But great care
must be taken lest it become a curse to the
country by disproportionately proruotiug the
aggrandizement of the few, and by tending
ever to increase the class of dependent and
servile poor. An influx of independent farmers
who will occupy by lease, or purchase, the
large tracts now devoted to pasturage, and
who wa-ill by their industry and ecouomy till
the land with thousands of tiourishi'ig farms,
each the support and nucleus of a happy home,
is what is needed. Special efforts should be
made to induce the immigration of such men
from Europe and America as far as possible,
and if a sufficient supply cannot be persuaded
to come and settle from those lands, then let
us look for the remainder in China, in Japan,
anywhere wliere industry and frugality and
a love of independence can be found. It can
not be argued that there is no chance here for
Anglo-Saxon farmers. Th co-operative
plan of conducting the sugar business, which
has in every instance proved so profitable and
sutisfalory to both cultivators and manu
facturers, is, we both hope and believe, des
tined to be tie method of the future on these
Islands. Let the lands suitable for sugar
(and the area not yet utilized is much larger
than that now under cultivation,) be divided
up into farms of one or two hundred acres
each, and planted with sugar-cane, and we
guarantee that there will be no trouble iu find
ing parties who will erect mills to manu
facture the sugar. In this way only will it
be possible to prevent all the good sugar
lands of the kingdom from being absorbed by a
few ' bloated monopolists.'' Aud there is
rice, and coffee, aud bananas, and other things
which may be cultivated in a small way, but
with such profit as to secure a competency to
the farmer, and without the necessity of such
hard labor as farming " down east " requires.
An agent should be sent abroad without delay
Depa RTMrxT or Korkhix Affairs.
Honolulu. Not. .1st. lS'ti.
7b At Ehtrv or At lit :-i-:i (itUttk .- Si
Sim : With the permission of his Honor
Chief Justice Allen, I now beg to transmit to
yoa copy of a letter from the Acting Secretary
of State, the Honorable W. Hunter, to him
dated Sth September last, as well as a copy of
a letter which I received last month from
Senator Sargent, dated September 1 2th. both
which as you will observe, thoroughly exon
erate Bis Majesty's Bnvoy to Washington from
the charges made against him in some of the
newspapers, attributing the delay in carrying
the Reciprocity Convention into effect, to his
alajence from Washington.
It is perhaps unnecessary to say that no
member of His Majesty's Oovemnient credited
these repK.rts, indeed they did not consider
that there was any unnecessary delay what
ever iii carrying the treaty into eflect. for they
were aware that there were certain formali
ties to be gone through iu the diffcrvut depart
ments of the United States Government which
were necessary for their own protection and
which required time.
As a matter of common justice to our En
voy, and in view of the fact that these reports
were published here, you will uo doubt be
glad of the opportunity to publish the en
closed copies of letters from the Acting Secre
tary of State and Senator Sargent, as they not
ouly show the entire inaccuracy of the re
ports, but present a just acknowledgment of
the ability and untiring zel with which our
Minister to Washington carried on and con
suniaied his arduous task.
I remain sir,
Your most obedient servant,
W. L. viBKKX.
N EW ADVERTISEMENTS.
it has been done, and those who have been
instrumental in securing it, deserve the thanks
and something more substantial titan
thanks of all who are to be benefitted by it.
The correspondence, found elsewhere in out
coiunvis, shews that there was no ground
whatever for the telegrams which were pub
lished about our Envoy, but tbat he labored
with the most untiring zeal for the accom
plishment of the object for which he was com-
in Nov 1876.
aaa. X. U. Til I I 3Ek fx,
aaa 3 U. Kaarsat Ka. K. 1
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Sara, ajirii, a ra.
Ws are glad to perceive that more atten
ticn is being directed to this subject, and that
there is a fair prospect of success, where the '
proper locality is selected. A gentleman, on
Hawaii, leased during the present year, a
tract of 1,000 acres of coffee land, and has
found a large number (some thousands) of
coffee trees growing on it, which, after care
and protection from animals, promise to pay
the f Tpaaaaaa of the place after the second
rear. Two conditions must be observed in
Bsxaau culture here proper elevation and
shade. The more we learn of coffee culture
in this and other countries the more we are
satjafied that Might can only I prevented by
securing an elevation of at least 1,500 to 2,000
feet above the sea, and by planting among .
trees. In an exchange we find the following
description of the mode of cultivation in Cor
dova, Mexico, which is an derated district of
that country. The directions will apply here
" Tk saad or rraia. which shoal ba adeetad with
car, a aswalir plaatad ia wcU-frapared bad ia a
aancrr. shaded fraa tb Mi. Tk Ttraar. plants
ar traasaisattsl ' Lc of oa yar or cijbtcaa
old ta tb xiids ar wrio. wssea ar ta.
of aU aadarxravtk aad tb soil well
Aa ta joaaa; plants ar very trader, it
ia aaeessarr u t ratee l tbta frost tb aaa. Fr tbis
pt forests ar nM wkere avsnibl. cd
le5SX:ril.:; -ill are atlota-S . re.;
Ia oaca aaidx a arro wiar akada aaat
ba ere tad. wkiek is atast tkiekly lllin ky plaat
ts( aaaaaa traa. alto jaWd'mr aoa proit fro a their
fraa. Bat tb bast ralti Tatars nasidar Ikii a poor
aabatitata. Oa of tk aaat iataluraat plaatar a as
sat ast ia ka eote fields a larfc araaber of cjsanbaaa
traas from which oiata is obtalail). akiek greai
aaU ia that laatsd t alas vaiaaka taakr trat. at
tk oak, wair at. atx. Tb sac od jaar after p i-. t
1C: ...r, is a rery l':ht y e i of coffee : tk third
aar aboat a half ens ; aaa tk fartk year (or
wken the plants ar Ire year otsT) a fall crop is
alkali il A rwaaaaahlr risk aU ia desira
caaa. aad aatrartaf pays waR ka tk vicar of
tk tra aad increase of yield. The dittacc
at akarh plaaU an sat eat ia th lU U atatHf
a boat tbras yard apart each way, altkaarb often
ptanted i-sr. Tka sjasMaaa aaaaaaal ia teaplc'
tba aaaaa aaaa fraa weeds aad aaderfrowth aad
ptasfhiaff tk B ; ia eartaia localities irrigation it
secetfirT, t:t is C:ri: 'a, after the plaaU are well
that in Biv iii net alone, of all the sugar
growing countries, is a yield of four tons of
saaajr to the acre the regular thing, wbile it is
not uncommon for fields of one or two
hundred acres to produce an average of six
tvnt per acre, and in exceptionally fertile
spots serreu ions to the acre is by no means un
heard of. These and all our other well-known
peculiar advantages ought to be diligently in
culcated upon the popular mind abroad, and
there is no doubt bnt that the result would
be a steady increase of a most desirable class
Had we a government determined to
promote the good of the country, we should
most earnestly recommend the adoption of a
system of premiums in behalf of agriculturists
which would, in connection with the benefits
derived from the Treaty, stimulate their branch
of industry to its utmost capacity. The ex
penditure of say $50,000 in premiums on the
following scale, or an approximation to it,
would, without doubt, redound to the good of
the country by producing an immediate in
crease in agricultural activity.
To tba beat ort estate of not lea than 100.000
traas ia aeaitaar ft - ...
To tad do. do. do. do. 5,000
To tba parage, prodsxiac beat a, aality of wool of not
it -mill, pro-
lariax' tka' larrrat aruvoat t near
T, do. do. aaat i .. .... 2,009
Ik do. aa. 3rd. do. 1,00
To tb peraon rai.r aad exportsas tba Ureas exsa-
kar U kaaaaas In oaa year I.oti
To Ihepersua taaaal tba larxaat aaoaat af rata 1.000
Ta da. do. aaat do. XSOt
To oa- do Ird. da isra
To tb. larxaat Tiaeyard... 1.000
To taa aasar ptaalanoa afcick shall exhibit tt laaa
rr laborer, ia IBaa kaastac.
it aaa miiiaiiiie; taa maaass
ao-i th- rreatest aaa-
kar or cajaxraa Kara aaaaa a rrrew psrisa
xa a acasay in am oi aaaaa laisiiwaa a
Copy of a letter from the Actiaa Secretary of
Stale, the Honorable VY. Hunter, to Ihc Uouorable
Elialia H. Allen.
DaTARTMSNT or Stxtb, Woinvimjt,
Seplruber 8tb. 1ST6.
Mr Dsta Sia, I am sorry to notice tint eotae
of the public printa insinuate Dial Ibc delay In pro
i uiuUratius: tbc Uswaiiait Tnraty, or ratUcr the Pre
j aidtut'a Proclaniatlou iu regard to it, tuay be iua-
putvd to you. In this tbey are quite niwtaheu.
Tbc delay ha solely beeu occasioned by tiecvaaary
' forutalitica, or rather in part by the absence of both
' the President and the Secretary of State from tliia
city. Till, certainly, you could not help.
Yery trnly your,
(Sigurd) W. lirxTlR.
Copy of a letter rcaarjtaa by His Excellency the
Minister ol Foreign Alfairs, from tbu Honorable A.
Umtsd States Sexsts Chasibek,
Wtahlaiiia flijil Tstb. 1S76.
Dear Sir. I notice that a telegram has been
scut from here statin; that delay baa occurred in
issuing tbe President's Proclamal mm annonncine to
the country that the Hawaiian Treaty is in force, on
account of tbc absence of Chief Justice Alleu, the
Hawaiian Minister. Il is an entire mistake. The
law was signed by the President, Tuesday nigbt,
the 15th ult , and the very next morning your iude
latigable Minister scat a despatch to tbe Secretary
of Slate Inclosing an Act or tbe Hawaiian Legisla
ture and the Kind's Proclamation. He urged iu
niediate action. This was Ills whole duty except to
sign a protocol wben tbe Department aaa ready.
But Tour Minister did not rest here, but he went to
the Treasury Department, when I met him, and
then urged the immediate issuance of the roles and
regulations. He was earnest to complete the buai
ues, aud I co-operated with him, for my constitu
ents were as earnest tt hit own. Tbe Department
of State took time to prepare tbe necesaarr papers,
aod to examine the rale aud regulation of the
Treasury Department. These lllimtlllws. between
different Department! of the Government, always
take time. After Mr. Allen's earnest and intelii
,;ent support ol the treaty (and I believe he was not
absent a day daring tbe whole unusually hot sum
mer). I felt indignant that a charge so false abould
be made. The opposition io tbc House Wat rery
strong, and composed of some of the ablest men, so
placed oo Committees a to make the opposition
peculiarly dangerous. I felt that a crisis was pass
ed wben the ptssagsof the bill wat announced iu
tbat body. Mr. Allen's industry and intelligence
conspicuously secured tbc retail. In tbe Senate
there wat a ttrong opposition slto, more eapecially
from tbe South, as tbey alleged tbat the treaty wat
hostile to their local interests: and it required
great effort to seen re a vote dnring tbc session. I
bad something to do wilb securing tbe vote, and
therefore tpeak understandlngly of the aids 10 it.
Mr. Allen wtt conttaatly present daring the session;-,
and tt nigbt when not so engaged was hold
ing interview with Senator, explaining, etc To
me be wat invaluable in tbe laett and figures I
gained from bim for use In the debates.
I hare therefore deemed it a duty and a pleasure
to vindicate hia good name, and testify to tbe ample
share he bad io tecanng tbe ratification by Con
gressional legislation of tbe treaty, tod its tpeedy
proclamation. Respectfully yours,
(Signed) A. A. Sargemt.
His Ex. Win. L. Green,
Minister Foreign Adairs, H. I.
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We hope, by Strirt Attention h Bujnt-. C1enHaen
tvad IVlitene. to Merita (MN of the lublu rtronage.
Meats Delivered ia any Part of the City
mW Any mistake mail?, r any fault to be fooDd with
tbe Piireivr of MeU. Ac., tbe Pruprietor will Uiauk tbe
parties riving Information.
IWst of tliy aad Country Rfr,nre. Kiren.
C. BREWER Sl CO.
OFFER FOR SALB,
UPON LIBERAL TERMS'
The C a i- g o
American Bark Ceylon !
Sus Dae from Bosloa. Xaax
1 .cl.tr I ra
. wblck bal
lala. at wkiek
. ! S a
tka a-:ntair; i.je
crrira :t aad eaawraaa tka aarricaltaral
aa otber naoorcas of tka cowstry 10.000
We lave faith in the future of the country.
Great things are in store for Hawaii. Croak
en bat croak, and triflers may sneer, bat we
will remain fast in onr belief that prosperity
and not rain is awaiting as ; bat as we have
already intimated, its advent might be more
speedily brought about were the country
blessed with an earnest, enthusiaatie, deter
mined administration, thoroughly in sympathy
with the spirit of the times. How much long,
er are we to be compelled to witness tbe hu
miliating spectacle of the best talent of the
country spurned and neglected through petty
jealousies, when it might so easily be render
ed available, and enabled to lead in the march
of Progress and Reform !
PADDY IS RICE.
TO SHIPPER, OF PABM, ATI rjRPBES
a)on seems to prevail In tbe fatanrls tbat Parlay, be
rarae as not betray named in tlie Treaty, a not I twlaahll
free of doty. Tbts la erroaeooa. Paddy b:nx notbiaa
etae bet Rice, tbe Irjtrodoctlon of tbe word wooll hare
bn super 00 as- An tk randy tlaat baa arrfred at tka
port store las primokxatea of tbe Treaty baa keen ad
milled free aritboat qneaura.
Partara desirotis of akJpptnc 114,: m thi. market ar. aa
anred tbat it will be admitted free of doty, and boiled aod
drixad In the beat poaaafc manner and on favorable
tersas by VS. M. GRSKX STOOD.
General Commission Merchant and Proprietor of India
Kite MB, gaa Praariaco. tal. tlt-im
INDIA RICE MILL,
CO USEE or
ISSIOI I FREIOIT STS., SM FRANCISCO, CIL
'p HE INDIA nil F. .tl I I.I. HAVING CXDiaU
m. cone Material Improrements, I cow la vaifcct aa
dltion for tbe
nuliing and Dressing of Paddy
Ia tk Bast Pi I a 1 1 Manser. The Prte far HULL I7IO
acd DRKSB1SG PALDT baa ba Eedacad per cent.
o - raaiorT-avJOU a,ss oar
Paddy and Hulled Rice!
irifl Receive Prompt and Cvefvl Attention.
TIL M. GREENWOOD,
Octant nimaaaliiii Mr-rt-saut aad PlUsarataT ol IaOa
B-ktin. tri ir
New Bedford Oil 9books,
1 Ship's Caboose,
Catet Tobacco. (Kalakaoa's FaTorite.)
-r Bedford Cordage, 1 in. to 6 1-2 io,
Notts of Trunks, fonr in a nest,
Ice Chests, Assorted Sizes,
Iron i Ualraoizad Pipe. 1-2 in. to 4 in
Lawrence's Duck, Nut. 1 to 10,
A Very Choice Asst. of Dry Goods
Constating in Part Of
Mystic Hirer Sbeetlnca,
Boot Mills .SLe tinea,
Stark A Sbeetlaar.
Bleached Anioixex Cotton,
Brown aad Bleached Flanaaa,
TVkloc, nine Drflllnx-s,
Amoskeag & Pearl River Denims
LADIES' DININCi (HAIRS,
ONE BLACK WALNUT CHAMBER SET!
Cedar .Sbinglex, apraea ffjratraa,
Corled Hair, Paper Haxa, Sb. to 181b.
Batara and Deck Flos.
(joal Baaxet. Paint Brashes,
3 JUMP SEAT CARRIACE8
Me Beef and Prime Pork,
Eastern PloeSoa-ar flTkaokl.
Knowles1 Patent Steam Pomp :
C. BREWER & CO.,
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands,
Per Syren from Boston !
Above Celebrated Pimps from Sos. 2 lt 6
And are ready 10 raoerre order, for aoy of tba Ptxmpa
of laJ snake to be sent overland If necessary :
BOILER FEED PUMPS, KYBL'P PUMPS,
W -TILL! ..- PUMPS, VACUUM PUMPS,
Pomps !br Hot or Cotd Water, Bait Water Pompa.
SAT Price aad other Information tit en by
tlt-tm C. BREWER A Co.. Aaeals.
TO WOOL GROWERS.
THE I NDEESHiNED CONTINrE TO BUT
Waast at sood pneea. waatt eflr k aarket tbas
sarins; parneaarly leatred to make frettbt,
U taa C BREWER A CO.
HIDES. SKINS, TALLOW.
CONTINUE TO PAT
prScaforlrry Hade (oax Barbaa,
C. BREWER A CO.
For San Francisco.
THE nxt AMERICAN It A Rat
viSWARY BELLE ROBERTS
capt. t. a a ret.
Will have Oniek Ditpntch for the above) Port
For IVaavre only . apply lo
If. It AI'KFRt.D A CO.
Pacific Mall Stsamship Co's Sv.d Pranoisco.
Atutntlia and Raw Zealand Line.
THE sri .UNDID rsTKAMNIIlr
aaat a v kaa aaaa
sal hp rkra mt sa-
CITY wJfEW YORK
t tk A M a. V . aaaaataaalar.
WILL LEIVE HONOLllLU FOR Sift FMUCISCO
On or about Doc. 4th.
oTlha pafS-loa ra-Mahoa !W and llaj
rand in ircM title, 1st aad rbs
nerltaare. He far Mr. loaora jadd.
on readme autl Mltray tk. aatJBSa af
Nam. rui k) of
I .laid afialrn, . t.laaw UUa ky rlal at kaaassaawa a av
..f ,rjUn laml Mluale.1 In ass Kauaa. aawar laa aaa a-
artbe.1 In Royal raraa. nuaarai iJSa. SI a Wat to feaa
auhi a . and a.llin for Ik thai tka a.l Kaaaaasa W)
waa in. aari.aa at Ika atJtfc.we VJ.kae. aaa aas Hi i.
ulail sal -i a r i" r I of nud aa. I Wat aa aavat kasaaaa
alakl KaUna, aS.at IN rnsr A. I laaa. aad i ! mw
peoeaaa Hi rlaawtaata and far a deer, .dlwdalw taa aaat
Mahaa . u. ha entitled to - as '.and In whale ar Im para.
II a..rtrrr,l thai rt'kJ-l-AY tka aalk W a 1 . M -
NY. A r. tan. tw sad h--a. a asaaaaaaed ta kaaaa
ah' petlttaa twSwe ahl J aattra af the napeiaa i-aart as
the aaat Mfkar laa af tka nwareaae last a kawa,
al tka Cart 1 1 raaa a lloanlala. at wkk-h owie aad pasta
liver h.r. ahv SSSSl sSaatd allmalit Aaat
thai Iha n.i.-e he oohlkahed la llenalaaa. ka Ska Btaatath
l.i .ii.e in the llaaaUan taarlre. immil. aaat at ta
Hawaiian l.naa.re. la Ika Kaskow naw.paae tmt at bra
than Hire rak. halure the Sra .bur af tba aad trra af
H. L. Na
Par Frraxbt ard
apply M JaSTi
..r av rnrtbrr inft.rnvathm .
Paclfie Mail Steamship Co s San Francisco,
Australia and New Zealand Line
THE IPltJIblS STEAMS Hit
CITY OF SYDNEY!
mm . t'OMM ANDEB.
Will Lras llaaalala far
Kandavu, Fiji, and Sydney, N.S.W.
amure-tlrta- al KanJ.ro with company s .leaner fcr
Vfl KLA.N'U. Wi i. IMKT CUALMKHM, and mleru..-date
l-i r m.
On or about the 16th of Nov.
Foe Fn-atbt and l-aaasr. knd rurth. r InAirinaUoil. apply
So jas H. H-ACKPatLll A CO. Asat.
miu n in r.
I I SAHTtK.
Monday, Nor I r at wona
M u. Dec 4, r a- tahsina. Maalaea aid Makena.
relornlns Wedneaday. . at.
Wed.eaday. Dec t, i r at - Ctrcoll of Kal
returning Saturday, a a
Mooxlay, Pec II. r a J""
Mon.hsr. Dee It. r a ..- Kiina
Mood. Dec Sk, Ira . "Ho
Oa Koua trlpa tbe Mtearaer will xo a far aa
Oa all Windward Trips Iha steamer will leare her wharf
at 1 ; ail trip to Kauai, will lear at r. at. On down
trips tb Steamer will nol learo Kawelhae belura 1 a. a ,
Makena aa per notice on up trip, Maalaea Bay nol before
7 a. at. Any chance froul lb abote will be adrertUed.
star Ma Credit far Pwaaasa Maaey. -
Ticket, at Use oilier- aaly.
No berth will ba ouuxldered aa taken until uaidfLi. Nol
reauoitslblr for nnntarked Rasrsrasr or any FreUjbl or Par
cela uoleaa receipted for.
Freight Money Due on Demand.
ar AnefrortaUl be male to bare Ihe Hteamer reark
Honolulo oa th Tnln; of the same day ah leave Maui
MAMl'KL O. WILDER. .eat.
OrSce with Wilder A Co.. corner of Fort A Uneen rttreala
I lKK.SE Itll RT ttr SSSSI ISA W ASSAM
C Island, lata April Term, A. D. lara
kai. I Ihelanl r.-r inror.-a, ra u I . T
In Hi adore rnlltlat libel A.r .Hanrre. II ta
that a Ir- r t llv. r. e fr-m tela rawed of n-atfrasaay aa
ealere.1 in BaaOf d tba U Ka
deaartkMi wf Ika wdd L. C T
after the .'tptralkiii of six mo
dvre iiiani tx.nipllarH-e wttk tb
,.lltKI.'iil .-ana -bail app
And th Mhetaat a ..rdarad as paaaah aa aataaSad rear?
of thla onler Iu the llaa .an Haaellr and Ka
aH-reware aeeva. the frl 1
monih fn.ni lb date .d Ikia onler. tint .11
brreated mar within als montba show raw why wad aap
Ika frasa tka date af iha
Mtbisralk to a aMsto
-arJdT""" wu.ra R, sxil
i lark itoarota 1 r.a rt
i.at b fnrei.ln I. a UWa al asaaaaS
ra in tba akwv. .ntilad rawae
a uerk- of tba -n.r.aa l aart af
copy nf the nrarlnal .1
now .al rtie in the t lal
the Hawaiian Island
Aa Wltnes my band aad th enl of th
ib :i,t day of Noea,kr. .k. D. 17
J No. E. rt .as ibo.
lat Cl.rk S the
arl4 t IT tWI-BT or TRI
WJ CIAL tlrrtilL aiiii. HawaS.
A. D. I .Tt. Namaka kk Llkataal tor drra.
In Ihe aburi rntttlrd Itra-I f,,r dleorra It U r
thai a decree f illTiilee fr..m Ihe larnrla af a
antered In aror of tba aakl XaoiaAa , af Use
the adulu-rr of the add K oa a . lo ha aaa i
the expiration of ait montba renin tba dare of tk
upon iiitiipllam-e allh the Ian
cause shall appear Iu the coairary.
Slid tbe llkeilanl lsnr.lere.1 to r
of that order Iu tb lui.ms.at Uaaetia and Ka
one month from the .tote of
interested, mas within all am. tba w
Jii-rae ahoutd nol ha mad. abaolola.
laird al W aline that 1 lib day of Nalltokif. A. IV IX7t.
By the i oiirl.
A true aad correct eapa of tba on. .nal nrda aa I
stnl I lark, ird Jodk-tai ttrrull. WaiaiaK llawaa.
: lid r
snisM i it ( out or the
to Jl SI.
Lctn-un. Waaaa. lUasA Ska lata haataa.
A. l. IS7A John Hell. Idhalant for dlr.rce. sa. Kawa
i a (W).
Iii tne shors satltlal llbai fardtaan. tt a aaa iirilsnd
that a decree of divorce froat the bond af rnatnnsniiv -a
entere.1 In rSvoe of iha aald foha Ball, of tba rawae af sna
flll and utter deaertio l..r ika leras nf theaa rsaaa. af ta
said Kawalala to be male absolute after the raasraaaa f
At ruonlba It. on ihe dale or Iha decree apaa ;i. ;.
with Use tersas theraof. uoleaa atraciant caaa akatl ai sr
lo the contrary.
A nd the libelant I ordered to TaWkah aa t sapy
of Iha order In the Hawaiian liaaett aad K aaaaa. Skr ata
succeaslve wee a. th Oral pupUealaaa to ka akakaa aa
niontli rrotu Hi date or tnia ordr rtlal all
1. r-t.-l may within alt i
ert saaa nut n
laied at Walaa tba nth day of
Hi tbe Cuiirl
A true copy of the ororlnai order oa 11.
2nd Clerk, aid Judlrkai tuxali, Waiaiea.
FOR KOLOA & OTHER PORTS ON KAUAI
THE SCIIOON KR
K I -A. I L E !
Will bare rearular dispatch for Kauai, aa above, until
further notice, aar Frelfht and Passengers takeu at Ibc
HOLLES A lt.. Asents.
P. rl This vessel has Juat been thornoihly repaired
newl-yeoppered. aud put In Iu perfect order. 11
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LIRE!
ffE C. Brewer A Co. Agents. J&f.
yTtfatlf ArraniEpnifnt can alwaja W JHBK
mad Tor itoraart tu l b.pmat of 011, H- nr, Wi..., 1 1 ;. tnd
ntbrr Mtrcbaodsttdj to Ne- BMUurJ. Womion, New Tork aad
itbr Kaajtra Porta. af Caah Adfatice in nl
JUaMy 0. BREWER k CO.
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO!
C. Brewer a Co. Agents,
CMKtllT (OIK rot tatfj riimOJIDS.
J CtALCIrrulL Walnn-a, Ifawau. November lera.
A, IV la;a. Tuomae (laras.
In tbe above entitled libel ftr diTorra, It at r
that a decree of livorv' fr in lb hand of
or the 1
upon rnnipllaiice wlln Ihe i.rina lkn -I
1 nusc ,h ill ipo' .r to lie irintrar
And th HbeUanl bordered ta pabltah aa .Ileal d ray
of tbta order ia the flovecwmewt Uaette and Kaaaa. War
six successive weeks, tb" Aral pablaratlna la ka w I tbta aa
month from the late of thi order. Thai all iraaa s.
teretict may within alx mouth show caaa why aaad skr
crea abould not be male arMomte.
Hated at Waluira thla llth day af November.!.?
By the loort I'.tv t. '-.ss. ss. rk.
A Irne copy of Ike orlsinal order nu SI In in y i
Mrrcbandiie reived Slnrnazr Free soil
liberal cash cdraner. mad .o rbipm.ot. t.y this llss.
SW-ly C. BREWER A CO
tint tad Carrk. Ird ladteaal CTrastt. Wa
I v TH IK 1 ir 01 rt or rm: risisuk
M Judicial (IrcnlL Wslina IfswsU. ovrober '.ra.
ISTS. C. K. Uapal, IJbelsut for iHvorre. va Harrb I
In the alio i:tltl.l Ithle Tor cnnre. It la I
tiiat a decree d 'llvori-o fn in the aind of i
entered In fkvnr of the aakl C K. Ilapal, of tbe rasa
of tbe adultery of tbe aakl Harriet Tlpal. aw k
I male absolute after Ike explratkga of alx nr-nlaw af taa
I derree. upon r-np:anco wl
! suffl. lent cause -hall appear
of that order In the Hawaiian laa. tie ant Kashas Skr ata
acarraBt weeka. tin. Oral publication to ka wltbta ava
month from the date of tba ..nler. That all J una sa
terate.l may wltbln ata month, show esaas way aaa -CraS
should not be mas abauittt.
BylbeCaurt Fa.wcu rirawexm. Clerk.
A Irae copy of the orisinal order on tile In ay aflkra.
ra. si a xraau ara.
Tad Clerk, ird Judicial ( Irculu Walnira. Haaad. Sit ta
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE r
1 111; si i'ki mi. loirror thk ii i-
r uf- ik inrwr ivrm. .. n. tvrm.
FOR SALE M HI KKTWIV HTBKET.
mauka Kill, six lota, luuxliu. The ar rbolr
j :.c lota, hi: n.t;. I oppoaia Vrmrn. VUHngUmta mod
..:.' t property, and have tbe water ,., -t iJua tiierolo.
FOB lilt ON IWU STUFF! . WA-
kaltnd1. oppfritr? lb rridenct' of WR ltchanan. H., S
lot. 100x150. Tbla property ia well fenced, and wlil b
sold in one or two block., of 4 lota eacb.
FOB Ml.i;.l BF.Birr kMl HTBF.ET. MAV-
ka alrfe, two raiaable and c bo ice boiitllr f altrotmenta, a-b
TO LEASE. TOO Acre- .Splendid Uniinc Land at Ka
matlv, Kamananui, Watalna.
FOB HALE In Honolulu, aeTerai cboc
FOR KALE Mi PM .Ml. nrnr J I I1 M 'BELT.
I 'a acres Taro Land and House.
FOB SALE AT KAPALASIA, IV E A B BE-
foroiatory Scboula, IS Acres Rice and Taro Land.
FOB A ALE AT Tt VOA. TWELVE ACRES
of cLhIc Bansna and Taro Land, a bargain.
FOR SALE. AT KAI. I III. TWO AIRES (In one
lot 1 of Rlcb Taro Land.
FOB SALE. THE PBEnLSZA KM)WM AA
Liberty Hail, sttnated on kt-uttakea itreeL UoTernment
FOB RALE. HEAR Ml IHA STREET i LOSE
to Captain Wests propertr a desirable Taro lot over ona
acre. Apply to
K. T. O'HALIaORAN. Solk-llor,
At the ofllcesof tbe Ileal ICaUte Exrtvance, 11 Fort HL.
Houololn, wbere ail persons baTtox propertr for sale,
)esei i,r nii.ruaff'' mar r- .ter tbe vune witboat payment
of any fee. SIX
RECEI VED BY LATE A RRI VA LS,
A LARGE SUPPLY OF
American and English Books
0FFICB STATIONERY A., Ac, Ac.
WAIIAN I .lands.
Ab Sir, Libelant, vs
divorce. Thnrwlav the
In tbe above entitled
I ins of tbe testimony by
j of the aid Rebeka, to In
of dx month frcm thi
plane with tbe ternia
pear to the contrary.
And tbe libelant la or
of IM. order in Use III
papers, lor alx surcesali
within one month from
win. Interested may wit
aid decree should not I
By th. Court.
I hereby certify that t
copy of Ihe orUrlnal da.
now on flle la the Clerk
the Hawaiian laanda.
As Wltnes my hand
ci art. Iltanrdered thai a di i is
a of matrlaotay kw saaisd ka
ror to cans or
nal ahsolule after Uaeesp
dale .rf It
i.axeu aad K aaaaa mis
is. Ike Seat takflralnw as ka
a af that ordar. thai all pee-
JtTO V.. Btassaa. Cksrfc.
rawAtSJ Is a true sad allhfal
a of laa tap, mm caart at
th day of October, A. O.
lo. ixjisaa. Carrk.
M fit i in: I'SIHT III'
of Ike I
101 h rranied. aed
lilled fc th add
Hai' Bun aad Kaay-
Ilaaaioan laaaetka aad
aaaa ,1 a h. . ...o a
CAP PA PES. LEU At. CAP, LEITER AMD
Slew htyle thin Kreocb Letter nad Not Papers,
Envelopea of all Beylea,
Blank rV-oks. Mexraorandlom Book.
Pnekei Knives and (old pens.
Oral aad Hqaar Pleura frames,
SCRAP and POSTAGE STAMP ALBUMS,
Stereotcopr and Stereoscope Vieiet.
Letter Cape Book slates,
Otaa Metal and Leather Treverinf inktund
ChoV Wood and Pearl OfBc Xaxttaada,
Floe Wallets, Purs aad Baxx,
P1PIER IICHE AID I0R0CC0 PORTFOLIOS!
Pearl and heoleh Card Casa,
Letter Copy Book aid Brashes -Copy! n Paper,
Letter Presaea. Mathemittlcal fnatrnmento,
Sraea --pectariea Piatket Compaaa,
Cheat Men. Dreminoe. cnWawe Board.
Children's Alphabet Blocks.
Eye Glasses, Reading Glasses.
Tortoise Shell sad RarTalskara aetta.
1st of llonolalu, decea
A. rranca Jodd. JasUc
of petition for aJlowsnci
'Uslxlbutsno of property
On resdlnx and fillnx
Kahal and I. Moanaoll,
of J. Kahal. late of Hone
tone allowed SJW0.K. ar
sod aak tbat th aani
aad that a final order ra
property rernainiDS In i
entitled, and dUrbarirlm
further responsiMUty ss aoeh ex.iatoss.
It ta ordered, thai Tt E-tUAT. tbe lib day of DaXKa.
BEK. A. O. IX7t. al ten o'etse A. M.. kaaaa Oka aavS
Jo.ti.-e. St ebamber. ha tka Court RWaa. at Heavdat. ba
and ihe same hereby la appointed aa tb Base aad aaaaa
for hearing said petition and arrnmila. aad taa aB aaaaa
lite reeled may the and ther. spaaar aad akow . if
ay sasry nave, why the same ab
may present evidence a to who are
property A nd that tbta ,rder, ka tka
nan lain-inur,, b p-,idhl In the
aooxoa, asaspapara pel
tor three asrccaatv week ka to the
appointed for aakl h-arlnc
latedat Uoaolaia, BX, thi IM day of Itoveaber A
l. 17. A. rrtAttflH Jt'DTI.
. Justice r
'. ' Ba.an. Clerk of the
SI PKE3SE (Ol KT tr THE AWASaAS
I.laada. In Probata, at Chaaskera. sefora Mr lea.
tka Jdd- la Iha mailer of Iha Eaata of JOKIt D KllS
I.NHO.X, late of iloaotxl d -aa it 'mar af oatte- af
petlllow for sitowaisea of accuani. dkarsasrs, aad aaal
dlslrlleiiK.n of property.
(nt readUif and alios; tbe ovation aad arcraaa of at. M.
KoMnaou 'w. and J. B. Kelllkanalu.de. eieewtrlx aad ea
eeutur of the win of John ll. laa af I I II .
d-ceaad. wherein they aak to be sltawwl kt is aa. rad
rharre themaelve, with . ts, aad aak rkat the aaa
may be examined and approved, aaad tka; a anal etdar
may ba taada of dtatrtbuDon or tka proaarty riaaw w ka
Loeir ti.ra a, aaa tun iksiai i
ln thm and their aoreoea froa ail farther i
It ia Ordered, That Friday, ta nth day af
. ar. sa... at as o CIOCX A. W
1 namoera. in the o-,rt Ho
hereby ia appointed a th i
in aald petition and armors, sad thai aU
rated oa then sa I then .,,r-r and ahow esoae. if a
they bar, wby the am. should , be (ranted, aad way
present ervtenre aa to who in Intttlrf ta rh. at Si
erty. Aad that tka order, in lb attasltah aad Ma
mnxus(rs. he psDIlsBerl In
1- .nd raw
s Skr heae-
le Haw.l'aa (aaaetle aaat
sWWota9aaes,sS pSsaTltata aaaSal aa)sassaaalaaSW aSI ROSaaraarSaasaw
saaaata waks mailaai ia taa taa. - - -
or aad h. srlnx-
Haiohaa. tbta kt
J so. H BaxxixD. ' lerk
lay to 3 1 .wilt. laTS.
A. Fata Jt era jcud.
-ft: - -
lee p.ns-Olll,u . Perry's
Crystal and Mamond ntbber.
Ivory Paper Knives and Era,
Ink Extrar-tars and pounce.
Microscopes. Wood aid Kubher Balers.
WRITING DESKS, I FIRE ASSORTMENT
9tT Ail orders prosnptly XmA. ytM
MS H. X. WaiTKET.
3 AM' L. G. WILDER,
Hawaiian Steamer KILATJEA !
L. I AAU HA JIT
Sailing Days as per Schedule !
Ualass Otb.f wit Adrrtaaat.
TICKETS ONLY AT THE OFFICE
FREIGHT BILLS DUE ON DEN
a til WITH oirlfXTIUa m rjs.