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The stamps required by the prorlticm of " An
Act relating to stamp dulie-" spproved Sept.
27th, 1876, emu be had upon spplication st the Hs
J. 0. Carter,
Dec. 22, 1976. (624) Registrar Poblic Accounts.
i oral be referred at the OoVe of the
on or brr Nalnrdav nut at 11
f,ir pelnthig tn wood wo of th- new
for aartAroAar. apply tr
H I tVHM AN
t Pontic Work.
Tlln ii imir r - ' AlUolanl
BOBBae. eai AwAUway. Forary loth. 1177. at r: o'clock
for nen fit) veers of th' following Oo-
It-- In th dmnct of MUo. Hawaii. e'ljoin-
Civet pnc four buudrM dollar.
(ft00j i- r annum.
Mloanrr or the Interior.
I. I1T7. "
Fot Salr. On aatorrlar. the IBrh dr of January, 177,
at 12 o'clock noon, at Aliiolani Hale, will he sold by poblic
auction to the liirhevt bidder tl . following, rfa ;
A lot of Uiid containing two - Jj acre, more or lean, bor
dering on mu Ha front at Walklkt, Oahu, and bounded on
either aide by the lot belonging to Ilia Ex. W. L. M
lionoa and Mr. Henry Glla, Cpeet price, two hundred
dotlare ' f-." . Title Koyal Patent.
Al-.. .t th m lime end piece, the leaee for eight )
veer of the land of Kamalumelo. eitoate on Ibe Island of
Kanai. th Mid lead llug tndd on one Sid by " K ,
li.," aeel aa the other by AnahoAa. and conttlnlag twenty
loin bn : i . rt-t, more or lea Cpset price, two
inndrM d. Jlin (A;M0i perannnm.
J. MOTT BaflTfl.
Mlnieter of the Interior.
Interior Omc. Dc 10, tSTt. o823
tweak, aaa . tarrrrsoi
Kaou naHai J.
JiAia. Palace, January 4. 1877.
kiw-Uenry I.. asoebonoa ban
I Ha Kareatr th King to appoint John F
ol Kanai. in place of Ills Ex. I-.
ass this day ap
of Houottanee ai! i.overnrueiit l,,,,!; cl,eclc.
Land Attest for Ike nenond JadicAal -laetr-t. In place or
J at. Ka-n. reaurned
J. MOTT haf ITH,
Mlolater of the Interior.
Otter. Jam. . im. W
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The f-lowing peraooe bat been daly appointed Agent
ta rate aiO ana leQeieali to contract f Jr labor rn aeeoro
ur with thwarartSMe of aa Act toaraeod Section 1 and
S ef aa Act fa the r ata-tlaa of part tat to cotitracti, au-
tln m I evia-t,oa 1417 of the Civil Code, approved on the
9aThaawafJalyA.il. 171, approead the Rata September
a Ii ! eta - The arearal aaaaaaaaVRa ware naurd oo the
JSw. 1 seal n 1 1 Kami. Baaa. alanl.
Star 1 W. C Laae, polealia, Oaks.
kac 1A Bears! K. Eeaeroa. Walaloa, Oaho.
oiaiua Lahaina. Maui, in place of D.
BAac. RS-ft Sake. Haaalet. t.,. .
Dec. J. H. PabJo in place- of J. W. Eeoniakanl, re-
J. MOTT SMITH.
Mlnieter ot Interior.
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Publisher Hawaiian Gazette.
AN ISDEI'ENDKNT JOURSAL,
DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PROGRESS.
PUBL16I1EI) AM) EDITED BY
IIENliY II. WHITNEY".
liwo OBJce. Jar. t. 1S77
of mrm to tMkr svckiiowlUjrrnent- for labor
iu Mia Uxi-raace-, tvre flft cmaxm (AO cUi fur thr
km U- Eoxiuh Uocu-kfrv. and fifty ceDU(Hcttk)
r cntffc: In tbf Hawaiian lanicuajte
By rVar tf titer UMner of tbr Intrkr.
Caift. T. Oouck. Inu-nor befwi tmeot.
Ini-nr (jffi"-. Jtiuar H1j. Irr.
0awrniog District School Board.
Fmr tkr ptarpoar of mor- eiTectlrely carryinf out the
ftm of la r rrtaUOet to Hip Burrao of rubhc lnatrac-
tttn. mmc oa4t r Um aattKM-.tr caatmmd by Suction 3, of
&a Act to tv!oml Ctuptvr 10 of the Civil Code, and to
rarUat th- Burr a a ot Public Instruction.'' approved
Jtmr. ) IMS:
njt , Uka or ortleffrM by Ibe Board of BdocaUon, that
JrtCf rhaaJi divirtct throucboui the Kincdotn. where for any
ihit tat- rjniai annual eiertion for the tbJrd mrmbtT of
PHIT taw- l.aWrtr..ci.ttoi Hoard abali not have been beld at the
by iav. in- uurti memoer 01 me aiwd
at a regular WerUor. ttitTi'ttir. shall
and bare fall authority t act out 11 a
Bl recuAarlr vlecu-J at tli- ntatt'd
jtu. W. iift. HMITK. See
Aiia.Aair! HaV. Jar. 4tb, 1STT. 3t C26
BRRwH J-"'" "..aA-i!
AkxaaA Baara. taar eied
Bka vataaawaae I
1 aeaL Wk
Jt aaa liaai ii Rk Majeetv tbe Avlrat to appoint Hun.
R U MoelMmua oreroor of Maul. Molokal uii'l LaOAi,
ne Ha Kx. Jiio M Kapena reakrried.
laaaal Palao. Her IRA.. 17 A OS
Apflieatmc bat tnao maiie to thie Departmeot for
uf tbe fallowing Gorernmeot Landi :
uf ll'momou. diitriet of Hilo, by William
Land at Eakala. in Pane, Hawaii, by J. W.
aeree, for 1 150.
Baiaaea af Eaaaaooai. C. H. Parker.
Laad at WaioU. Allen Robiaioo, for $1100.
Laad of Kaaaela, W. M Gibaon.
Lai at Pawaa. Waifciki oka, A. Jaeger, S100.
IwRw at Kalaokahaa Plain, H. M. the Kinc, Kos.
3M. $, U S7R. 171 to 17", 34!, SAS, for $1000.
v. K t aaue. lata Koi. IZi, 116, 127. ICC. 167, 16S.
S. B. Dele. lot. Nor. SH, US, 367, for $500.
T. K. Faatar.lot No Ml.
Joset, loU Ko. 12S, 1, 164, 16:, $100 each.
srIr ill hi it trade at thii oSoe fur tbe leatei of
Ha a an.
fS Bl a at
av f.-r Paaioa Sbeetj Ranch Co.
rwaaiaa ,,n4t of Ookata Ahualoa, Makahinpa. Pnunabela,
1 ' "j", Fkakaa a. araabaaha. let and 2nd, far 10 yen, $300
Im an i i T. H. Iiarie. Landr of Paapauloa, Itt and 2nd ;
i- . Ka.banha let and 2nd: Kthilaai lit and 2nd, for
- i ar-i lie .
Parser, laad Ijinr between Kaobc arid
Kalopa, $lfa par annam.
A.n. Hatahinaoe, land of Kaalaiki, Kan, 20jeri.
J Markle. land . f W.ianu.
W. Face, laad of Watalua, Kolaa, Maui.
A Fonaader, laad of Ohu 20 jean, $2 per n-
ra. ror pwrcnaae or laaee ot tiorernment
ta thu oftoe Riaet epecifv tba area as
a known, the intended pnrpoae and price or
- - I ia "en
Ai.f - - elaaae
ta etna, Mar
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Tae foliowinc application! are on file in this office.
For appnalroaata for Road Saperriaor of tbe dii-
( Hana. Maui. I v K Helekunihi.
For appoiaiaent aa Notar.r Pablic at Makawao,
be C. B. Diokee.
For aaaeiatateat aa Agant to take Acknowledge
Ate af labor eoalraeU for South Kohala, S. F.
of Hit Ex. tba Mtaiater of Interior,
C. T. Gclicc, Chief Clerk,
baariar OBse. Janaarj . 1877. 626
KApiriBKlai Jaaur. IN77
1 T 111 lata. EkarBl.. Boaololu.
A-leaeai Dackaoo. Fort M . Hooolulo.
Iron ork Oump v, ; wh Market.
' .4 AAeA Andre. KtaC 8A.
iT H Norton, lfiaaikea St
"Ai-Ak fat. Kaaaaa at
aS Ak Baaa at Akaaa. Eaalaea. EooiautKiko.
St" I Pater at MalkaL Maunakea St,
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"Zr aa raiis. mum
f.'.ha-Wast Skal A Co, I
.t Moa caaink at ACaaaa. Moaae, Baaa.
Ttifi I TBOLK3AUE.
I E Mclntrr A Bro Corner Klnf and Fort Sta.
-F A r i biafln at Oo. Marnbant St.
-Orni trill. Bile. Hawaii.
i-ah Uasata. Eaaaat Akaa. Hawaii
ii pta una. KihaA
U Sf I Maale. WaDakn. Maul.
laasaaT Joax LaAtaa Eooa. Oaar.
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""" Eaaaila Batawa, Bwa.
a -aw JaaAaaat.
aaV Waaaaaaaa, Waakaae, Eaa
I Baain Kakm. Ka 1 Hiaitnla.
raaml Pea t aaa. t
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. . ?Zp BDTa. Laaeaae'laaiu.
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l-Xaaka. Eaaaat Hawaii
1 rP'nli'vl ifnlii.
ACef itataaT Banelaf r -'-r"
WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 1
We arc pleasetl to learn from Mr. S. T. Alex
ander, that the work of digjring the ditch for
the purpose of irrigntinjr the lands of the Ha
iku and adjacent plantations, is already two
thirds done. Nearly two hundred men have
been steadily at work on it for the last few
months, and it is expected that l.y the first of
May next the water will lie flowing through it.
There could not be a mote striking exhibition
of the value of enterprise than is presented by
the fact that this ditch, which will not cost
above 50,000, will, it is estimated, cause a
difference in the crop of the Haiku plantation
now growing, of four hundred tons of sugar,
which is more than sufficient to cancel the en
tire cost of the ditch.
We have been in the past too slow, too timid,
too conservative. We have been to much afraid
of risking a small amount for the sake of gaining
n large one. We know that enterprise pays ha
other lands, but we have heretofore virtualh
professed to doubt its paying here. It is lime
thnt this fallacy were overthrown. We hope
to see the example set by the projectors of the
East Maui irrigating canal, prove contagious,
and incite to many a new undertaking, which
shall enrich individuals, aud tend to the pros
(MtitJT of the whole country.
Facts Horih Rentemberiiisr.
The present uncertainty regarding the Pre
sidential succession in the United States is not
the first time tbe same thing has happened in
its history. As far back as the year 1801,
Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr, both can
didates for President, received an equal num
ber of electoral votes. There was conse
quently no choice for the people, and the
election was thrown into the Houso of Eepie-
scntativi'8 as the Constitution requires. Here
the voting is done by States, a majority of the
representatives of each State deciding its vote.
The electiou proceedings in the House occu
pied an entire week, during which there were
thirty-six ballotings. On the last, Thomas
Jefferson received a majority of four, and was
declared elected, nnd Aaron Burr was chosen
Vice-President. As may well be imagined
the popular excitement was most intense, ren
dered more so by the well known character of
Burr, who had he become president might
have proclaimed himself dictator.
Again, in the year 1 825, there was no choice
of President by the people, and after the ex
amination by the Senate of the electoral votes
cast, it was decided that the election devolved
in the House of Representatives, where, on
the first ballot, John Quincy Adama was
chosen. Singularly enough, John C. Calhoun
was chosen by the people as Vice-President
and declared legally elected without the in
terrentiou of tbe House.
Again, in 1837, Martin Van Buren was
elected President, and there was no Vice
President chosen by the people ; whereupon
the Representatives, voting by States, chose
Richard M. Johnson, of Kentucky, for that
office. Thus it will be seen that the election
of both President and Vice-President has been
thrown into the House of Representatives,
where it has been settled satisfactorily and
acquiesced in by all parties.
Another point to which we wish to call the
attention of our readers is the fact that a ma
jority of tbe popular votes is not necessary to
elect a President, aa the following instances
will show: Mr. Adams, in 1824, had a mi
nority of the popular vote, so also did Van
Buren in 1836, Polk in 1844, Taylor in 1848,
Buchanan in 1856, and Lincoln in I860. All
these filled tbe office of President, though they
received less than a majority of the popular
votes cast. So in the election of last Novem
ber, Mr. Tilden received about 250,000 ma
jority, out of the 8,500.000 votes cast by the
people, and yet fails to secure a majority in
tbe electoral college, as did Breckenridge in
1860. The same occurred when Buchannan
was elected in 1856. He went in, though
having received 377,000 less than his rival
J. C. Fremont, Tet in the electoral col
lege, all these Presidents, except Adams,
received a majority of the electoral votes. He
was chosen by the Representatives, as stated
approval. All the facts and figures will soon
be made public in a message from the Presi
dent to Congress.
The canal will start on this side from the
small village of San Juan del Sur, which lies
at the head of a beautiful but open bay. It
will probably be found necessary to construct
at this point moles or breakwaters for the pur
pose of affording a safe and convenient harbor
for shipping, as the bay is now exposed to tbe
full force of the sea when the wind blows
from certain directions. From 8an Juan del
Sur to Lake Nicarugna, at Virgin Bay, is a
distance of thirteen miles. The rise from the
ocean to the lake is gradual, the latter lying
at a height of 128 feet above the Pacific, and
there is nothing to prevent the canal from
being cut in a nearly direct line. The lake is
deep enough to permit the navigation of the
largest ships, being generally from five to
fifteen fathoms in depth. It is about ninety
miles in length by forty in width. The canal
on tbe other side will follow the course of the
San Juan river, throngli which the surplus
waters of the lake are now drained. It starts
near the southeastern point of the lake, and
running a nearly easterly course empties into
the Caribbean Sea at Qreytown. This river is
braatl but shallow, and at present is navigable
for nothing larger than the flat-bottomed
steam-boats, which, a few yeare since, were
used in the transit of passengers traveling be
tween New York and San Francisco. It will
be necessary to deepen it for nearly the whole
cf its length, avoiding the rapids ofCastillio
by a cut across the bend made by the river at
that place. At Oreytown there is at present
no anchorage for ships, except in the open
roadstead, and there will undoubtedly be con
structed at that place an artificial harbor.
A ship canal by this route has long been in
coutemplation, and as long ago as the year
1849, a contract for the performance of the
undertaking was entered into by the Nicara
guan government and the Atlantic and Pacific
Ship Canal Company of New York, but owing
to the interference of the British government
the work was indefinitely postponed. It was
estimated at that time that it would cost about
920,000,000, And that the time required for its
completion would lie twelve years.
There is hardly a civilized nation on the
face of the earth that will not feet the benefits
of " this correction of geography in tlie interest
of commerce." It will briug the East and the
West commercially nearer to one another by
thousands of miles, and will thus facilitate
the interchange of the products of the oppo
site sides of the world, and will, no doubt,
exert an immense influence in extending and
augmenting trade in this ocean.
That Hawaii will be benefitted by the ac
complishment of this work there cannot be a
shadow of a doubt. It will open for her new
markets ; it will lessen the cost of importing,
and it will place her more directly than before
on the routes of international trade.
Society, Sydney. Alio instructions at to diipoaal of
I think that it ia In oar interest as you aay to have
some of oar prodacts exhibited.
I shall send from Kona some of my wool and cala
bashes of natirs wood Koa made by li. Weeks
a half white. I know that tbe prospectus doea not
speak of foreign exhibits, bat my friend Mr. Joubert
who has til to do with that exhibition Is perfectly
reliable and aslu strongly for exhibits.
I will be thankful if yon bring the matter before
tbe (Jbasiber ot Commerce. I thluk exhibits ought
to leave by tbe February steamer. Mine will be m
time as toon at I kuow where lo scud Ibeto. For
one I am willing to pay my share of expense. 1
think we ought to send
Sugar, beet; Molasses, best; Leather; Polo;
Wool; Hawaiian Woods; Calabashes; Pit, (arrow
root); Coffee, dee, dec. ; to be bold to best advan
tage: and perhaps some Hawaiian curiosities to be
A t'osmit al Work.
thai Icuatleff nd Sa-
l OooataoUnople lmmedtatelr If tbe
toe proposals of the Powers. Mili
ary ptesauattous ore prorcediuf with activity.
caaato Tbe reports ai
By the last mail comes the important in
telligence that the Board of Army Engineers
to which was submitted the task of ascertain
ing the most feasible route for a ship canal
across the Isthmus of Darien, has made a
full and satisfactory report. It favors the
Nicaragua route, and estimates the cost of the
canal at about 9100,000,000, which, consider
ing the immense importance of the undertak
ing, and its undoubted benefits to the com
merce of the world, is a mere bagatelle. It is
thought further that the work will occupy
about ten years.
The United States government lias already
suggested lo others of the great Powers the
propriety of making this an international
work, and the idea appears to meet with their
Information" has been received that an
intcr-colonial exhibition will be held at Syd
ney in April next. The Secretary of the As
sociation, Mr. Jules Joubert, having addressed a
letter to Dr. G. Trousseau, inviting contribu
tions from these islands, the latter gentle
man has laid this invitation before the Ha
waiian Government in two letters, one
addressed to the late and one to the present
administration. His Ex. H. A. P. Carter,
Minister of Foreign Affairs, has addressed the
President of the Chamber of Commerce on the
subject, inviting the co-operation of that body,
and enclosing portions of Dr. Trousseau's letter.
These we insert below.
The Chamber of Commerce, at its meeting
on Wednesday last, appointed a committee of
three, Messrs. W. L. Green, P. C. Jones, and
J. C. Glade, to take the matter in hand and
make such arrangements as they may deem
necessary. The Committee has already ad
dressed letters to various planters and agri
culturists, inviting them to contribute such
articles as they may be able to get ready for
the exhibition, and it is to be hoped that the
Committee will be prepared to make a display
which will be creditable to our group.
Detaktvent of Foreign Affairs.
Houolulu, January 6tb, 1877.
To the Hon. 8. N. Oastioi President of the Hono
lulu Chamber of Commerce.
Sik: This Department is in ccccipt of communi
cations from Dr. U. Trousseau regarding au Inter
Colonial Exhibition to be opened iu April at Syd
ney, N. S. W.
1 enclose copies of the parts or Dr. Trousseau's
communications which relate to the Exhibition.
It seemed to me that at no place could our pro
duets be exhibited with better chance ol attracting
attention aud leading to good results than at Syd
ney, where many adventurous young men, who are
seckiog for places and opportunities to settle, are
tare to be gathered together, but upon examiuing
the prospectuses I taw no intimation thst exhlbitt
from foreign countries would be welcome, and at
no official notUcation had reached this Department
I did not feel that His Majesty's Government could
officially invite exhibits to be made under its di
rection. Id view however of the advantages likely
to ensue from such exhibits I wrote Dr. Trousseau,
that if we could be assured tbat such would be
welcomed by tbe authorities in charge of the exhi
bition, I wonld lay the matter before the Chtmber
of Commerce and would personally co-operate
with the Cbambet if it thought best to invite con
tributions of produce for exhibition.
We need men of enterprise and tome meant to
take up the Itnds of Hamakua, Kau, Kona and
others, and raise coffee, suitar and wool. Tbe ad
vantages offered by Mr. Hutchinson at Kau and the
Hawaiian Agricultural Company at Kapapuli, and
at Princevilie, Kauai are very great, and 1 think only
want setting forth with an attractive exhibit of what
can be raised and statements of tbe profits of such
industries to induce the immi.ralion of some such
men to the advantage not only of the estates directly
interested but of the comniunitr at large.
In Dr. Trousseau's second letter, you will observe
what he says of tbe assurances he bos that such ex
hibits will be welcome, and if the Chamber deem it
best to invite exhibits and arrange for their trans
mission, His Majesty's Government will co-operate
ao far aa they properly can.
I trust tt least tbat some of our pablic spirited
planters and property holders will avail themselves
of this opportunity to bring into nonce tbe advan
tages they can offer immiicranta.
1 have to aak you Sir, to bring this matter before
tbe Chamber ol commerce lor their consideration.
Accompanying this please receive a package of
Schedules and advertisements.
I bare tbe honor to remain
Tour obedient Servant
Hkhbt A. P. Cartir
Extract iff Utter from Dr. Tnmatau to W. L. Gran.
December 5th, 1&7S.
His Excei.lf.nct W. L. G&XXN.
Doab Sir: I beg to enclose tome pampblett
concerning an Internatiootl Exhibition lu Sydney.
Some friends of mine, members of the Agricultu
ral Society of N. 8 W. would very much like loaee
Hawaii represented at their exhibition, and promise
me tbat every care will be taken of things tor warded
and sales if desired, effected at moat favorable terms.
Is there any chance to see tbe Hawaiian Govern
ment take any interest in the matter, and call for
tbe co-operation of producers. I thought 1 had
better write to yoo on tbe subject to that a re
spectable exhibit might be forwarded by common
efforts ondcr your personal patronage perhaps.
If yoo do not consider worth yoor while to have
anything sent, please be kind enongh to let me know
at once and I will try to gather some Hawaiian pro
duce or curiosities for the Sydney Exhibition.
Eatract of 'letter frtm Dr. Trouueav to B. A. P. Carter.
December Mth, 187C.
Hia Excxixknct B. A. P. Casts, Minister of
Foreicn Affairs :
Dear Sir : I am not only aotborlted by my
frieuds but strongly urged to be tbe meant of tend
ing some exhibits to the Sydney Exhibition, tnd I
am certain tbat not only will tbe goodt be ttkeo care
of to the advantage of exbibitort bnt tbat if there it
any chance of doing to, rewards will be awarded.
All communication will bare to be addressed aa
well at goods to Mr. Jules Joubert (a countryman
of mine) Secretary of tbe N. S. W. Agricultural
Supreme i'ottrt ot tlie It lAwniiaat la
land January Term, 1877.
Chief Justice Allen presiding.
Davies and Wilder, assignees of Cbnnir Hoon, vs.
H. Hsckfeld A Co. Action of Assumpsit to recover
the value of certain Sliooks and Sugar baga said to
belong to tbe bankrupt's estate. This cute was t ried
by a jury wbo after an absencu of one hour returned
a verdict for thu plaintiff (oue dissenting), for the
Mini of 1318 23, with iuieiest from the 18lh day of
September 1872 until pnid. E. Preston for plain
tiff, A. S. Hartwell lor the defendant.
Mr. Justice Harris presiding.
Cbulan Co vs. Akau. Action or Tort tried by
a jury wbo in a quarter ol an boor returned a ver
dict Inr the plaintiff (one joror dissenting. Dama-
?es $461.25. A. 8. Hartwell for the plaint iff, E.
retton and J. M. Davidson for the defendaut.
Before Mr. Jnttiee Jadd.
In the matter of the petition of Mahoe (w) and
Namomi her hntbtud to quiet title to land. Mr.
W. R. Castle apoear for tbe petitioners. Mr. Cu
cil Brown lor Knne, Pika, and Keakuu iu opposi
tion. Case partly heard by the Court, when u was
agreed that it should stand over, until the evidence
of Pika can be obtained from Molokai.
Before tbe full Court.
J. Wight, vs. W. C. Jones and R. F. Blckerton,
assignees of Pedeken iu banco. A. 8. Hartwell fur
plaintiff, W. C. Jones for defendants. Motion for
new trial. Case argued pro and con and submitted.
Kuikahl vs. Kuopua. Exceptions to the ruling of
Mr. Justice Jadd at the Third Judicial Court. Ha
waii. Catc trgued tnd submitted. Messrs. Dole
and Brown tor tbe exceptions, ti. B. Kaloaukuue
for the plaintiff.
The King vs. S. Keahua. Exceptions to tbe
ruliug of Mr. Justice Judd at the Third Judicial
Court, Hawaii. Case argued and submitted. C.
Brown and 8. B. Dole for the exception, A. 8.
Hartwell, Attorney General for the crown.
Naklno vs. W. H. Bailey. Questions reserved
at the December term of tbe Second Judicial Cir
cuit, Maui. Case argued and submitted. E. Pres
ton for tbe plaintiff, W. R. Castle for the defend
ant. Waihee Sugar Plantation vs. Kalapu. Appeal
from District Justice of Wailukn. Transferred
from Circuit Court Second Judicial Circuit by agree
ment of parties. A. S. Hartwell lor plaintiff, E.
Preston for the defendant. Case argued and sub
mitted. Mr. Justice Harris presiding.
I. M. Peterson vs. Kamaipelckane. Appeal from
tbe Police Justice Houolulu. Action on cha cr
party. E. Preston for the plaintiff, J. M. David
son for the defendant. Case tried by tbe Co I
aud taken uuder advisement.
J. Prosscr vs. Pauahi. Motion for new tria,.
Argued pro and con and refused. E. Preston for
plaintiff, J. M. Davidson for defendent.
D. Baldwin vs. Campbell at Turlon. Action or
trespass. Jury waived. W. C. Jones for plain
tiff. E. Preston for derendant. Cate tried by Ibe
Court, and after hearing the evidence and the ar
guments of couuset, tbe Court took time to
coutider its decision.
LATE FOREIGN NEWS !
By the arrival of tbe Mail Steamer City of
New York, on Friday last, we have Sail Fran
cisco dates to the 4th inst.
New York, December 22d. The Evening Mail's
Washington special says : an unauthorised but in
fluential Representative Republican interviewed
Alexander H. Stephens yesterday with a view to
making a compromise oa the Presidential questions.
He submitted lo Stephens tba suggestions of Galutha
II. Grow that a policy might be adopted to divide the
white vote in the South and attach it to the more
moderate Republican dement in the North. Stephens
rejected tbe suggestions and said ha would not advise
the South to give a friendly acceptance to Hayes in
auguration, but he does advise them to submit to the
decision of the Electoral College.
Wasbisotos, DecemUr 23d. Tbe Seoretary cf
the Treasury has published a circular for the in
struction of Collectors of Customs and or persona en
gaged in commerce between the United States and
the Hawaiian Islands under tbe Hawaiian treaty.
Neither the Treasury Department nor the Depart
ment of State have received any copy of the regula
tions made by the Hawaiian Government under the
treaty. It is therefore suggested that exporters to
the Hawaiian Islands should ascertain what formali
ties prescribed by tbe Hawaiian Government, if any,
mutt be complied with in order to obtain the benefits
of the treaty.
WasnntOTos, December 26th. The President has
sent to tba Senate the correspondence between tbe
United States and Great Britain on the subject of
extradition. Some of it has been published hereto
fore. Tbe treaty has been restored to vitality by
the act of Great Britain receding from its former
position, and tbe surrender of Brent, the forger.
The correspondence is regarded by tbe Senate as
confidential at present.
Tre.itoh, December 26th. The Centennial of the
battle of Trenton was celebrated to-day by a sham
battle. The Hessians were again defeated, and com
pelled to surrender. The dead were carried into tba
neighboring saloons and restored to eonteiouscess.
New Tore, December 27th. The Tribune, assum
ing that there is some truth in stories of attempting
to compromise the Presidential question by divisions
of honors among different contestants, rebukes the
tendency in the public mind to accept some such
solution. Saying that when a knot of politeiaos can
get together and dispose of the Presidency by dicker
ing, we are only one step from anarchy. Let this
scheme succeed once, and it is morally certain that
at every subsequent election the defeated party will
create complications in order tbat it may be in a
position to make terms with tbe victors. Then
balloting will be a mere form. The Presideooy will
really be bought and sold. Neither Democrats nor
Republicans ean honorably agree to any such com
promise. The votes of the States have been oast.
It only remains to count them in strict accordance
with law. Whatever the result, people will cheer
fully accept it. Tbe efforts of politicians bow should
be directed only to tha work f ascertaining exactly
what tbe provisions of law are, and to a strict com
pliance with thair every detail. It wonld be a great
outrage and disgrace if the frauds of two or three
Returning Boards ehouU impose upon the nation a
chief Executive who was not elected. It wonld be a
greater outrage, a greater disgrace, a greater danger
if Congress thonld pat ap tbe Presidency for salt as
tbe Praetonian Guard used to pat ap the Roman
David Dudley Field was oo the 2nd inst. elected
to Congress from the Seventh New York District,
to III tha vacancy canted by the resignation of Smith
Ely, Jr. Bis majority over Goetl, Republican was
Secretary Robeson hat assured the Secretary of
War tbat the Navy Department will cordially co
operate with the War Department in the daily si onlta
neous meteorological observation! now being made
by many nations around tbe world.
Tba Christian ministers of Sao Franoiseo btve been
invited to meet on January 3th in the First Congre
gational Church, to take steps for the inauguration of a
100 days' Evangelittic campaign, which, if resolved
opoo, will data with the week of prayer, sad may be
indfinitely eontinoed if Moody and Saaky arrive
while it is progress.
The subject or outrages upon American citizens on
the Mexican border of tha Rio Grande by Bevclotioo
oista, is occupying the attention of tha Uoitad Stales
Government, ood orders will soon be issoed to the
army sad naval forest to protect them.
Washington, Dec. 21. A Commission baa been
appointed by the President to examine tbe virions
surveys and report upon the moat feasible route for
so Inter-oceanic ship canal across tbe Ittamot of
Darien. There It reason to believe tbat work on
tblt great Improvement, tbe connecting of tbe At
lantic and Pacific, will be commenced within two
years. The Cltjton-Bnlwer Treaty of July 5th,
1850, between the United States and Great Britain,
guaranteeing the neutrality of tblt work, provides
tblt friendly Powers shall be Invited to participate
with onr Government tnd tbat of Great Britain in
its construction, tt the commerce of tbe entire
world It Interested lo it. The Department of Slats
Is now In correspondence with virions friendly
Powers preparatory to the negotiations of treaties
with them similar lo the above-mentioned Clayton
Balwcr Treaty. Tbe cost of the trantcontiuenttl
ship canal, by the Nicaragua route, which has been
selected, will be abnnt one hundred million dollars
and ten years will at leaat be required lo complete
the work, hence it must tie under Government con
trol aa the great outlay of capital required for lis
construction tnd tbe length of time betore any pro
fits can be realised, present too great difficulties In
the Way of Us construction by prlvtte enterprise.
Snonld foreign Powcre, however, co operate with
the United States in lbs prosecution ot tbia work,
the Government! purticipitlng wonld become
ttockhoMert in it to the extent of their onllay of
ctpittl, tnd Ibe mtnigemeot of the cantl. when
completed, will be by an international commission,
tbe members of which will represent tbe respec
tive governments having capital Invested In the
Albtny, January 3. Boss Tweed It utterly broken
down at last and ready to make any terms lo Drtng
his troubles loan end. It may safely be predicted
thst he will snrrender all the property still wttniii
his control, and makes clean Breast ol I uc uoi
ring business lo tome pmdent trustworthy repre
sentative or the prosecution.
Washington. Jannarv 3d. The President lias i
ognlzed Tauagiyo Kentoro, it Consul of Japan at
San r rancisco.
New York. January 3d Great excitement exist
here atnone; Cubans on account ot the minor tbat
the mail steamer Naevo Cnbano. plying between
lbs. Island of pine and Balabanoon Ibe toulh shore
or Cobs, has been captured in similar fashion to tbe
Montexuma. The tun between these ports Is made
in twelve hours, and at last accounta t lie Nuevo
Cubauo bad'bern ont five days. She had on board t
largo number iff political prisoners, who were bring
sent from the island of Ploea to work at the recon
struction of the Ti'oetlH lo the Central Department
New York, January 3d The Commercial Adver
tiser says a brother of Miss Mary, to whom James
Gordon Bennett was engaged, but wbicb was bn-
keu off, this afternoon attsaulted Bennett with
club, striking him on the head, which so stunned
him that he lell. He recovered himself and wrested
the club from May when a tattle took place between
tnrm, Bennett aeanng amy some very Ueavy Olows
1 hey were finally separated. Neither party was
New York, January 3 Morning. The Herald's
Waahingtcn special says : Tbe temper of both par
ties is getting better. Barard and Lunar cmnhatl
caliy deny that they would refuse supplies to Hayes
II the latter was elected, l.aniar said sucu action
would bo an unconstitutional, u. 'justifiable and
Moody, on New Year't day, obtained subscrip
tions to tne amount Ol 01U.UUU Iruru the persona
friends of tbe late P. P. Bliss, who. with bis wife,
pensned in the Ashtabula horror. Tblt sum will
be put tt Interest for the benefit of the two tona uf
these uonorea citizens ot Chicago.
Queen Victoria wai on the 1st instant, proclaimed
Lmpress throughout India with great ceremony.
Berlin. Dec. 22. Emperor William closed the ses
sion of Parliament to-day by a speeeb from the
throne. In reference to foreign affairs he said : The
negotiations of tbe Powers on the Eastern question,
as far as proeeedod with, justifies the hope that my
eDorts and tne peaceful intentions vi tbe rowers will
becaccoisful in tulving pending questions. Without
prejudice to the good relations existing, Germany
will continue, by friendly disinterested mediations,
to lend her co-operation for the attainment of this
London, Dee. 22. In considering how the surplus
money ol tne ueueva award sliull be appropriated
tbe Timet says : The American Congrats is perfectly
within its competence. The indemnity was paid for
losses which tbe Lnitcd btates as a whole bad sua
tained, and not what individuals sustained. We do
not expect any conscience in Congress seotitive
enough to inquire whether the award was too high,
and that the unappropriated balance might be re
turned. We should be sorry to see suob a delioate
Loudon, Deo. 26. The Paris correspondent of tbe
Times gives a detailed account of tbe occupation
aebeme, derived from authentic sources, showing that
considerable cuncessions hare been made to Turkish
sensibilities in this particular- According lo the
scheme a corn of military will be recruited from vol
unteers to neutral States, and will be under orders
of the Governors of the provinces. They will wear
badges, be paid by Turkey or tbe provinoel, and will
constitute a reinforcement of tbe lurkisb police. It
is feared Turkey will resist nearly all tbe proposed
reforms which tbe Potvers considered the minimum
they are entitled to demand. It is thought Elliott
the British ambassaJor, favors resistanoo on tbe
part of Turkey, and his departure from Constanti
nople is considered reassuring ror peace.
A dispatch from Constantinople says tbe Porte hat
resolved to cancel the financial decree of 1875 imme
diately. London, Dee. 27. The Pall Mall Gazette says :
Telegrams on the Eastern question are misleading
and warns the readers not to believe the dispatch
about tbe British Ambassador's return, tbe Marquit
of Salisbury's ultimatum, and the departure of the
English fleet from Turkish waters, etc. It says
Besika bay is no place for targe ships at this season,
and tbe Marquis of Salisbury's business with tbe
Sultan yesterday was not to present tha proposals of
the Conference as an ultimatum. Tbe talk of tbe
armament of Russia and England goes too far if it is
held to signify that England will impose Russian
demands oa he Porte. For the sake of peace wa
may wish to Eee their proposals accepted ; if re
fused we will not quarrel with the Porte, but watch
tbo outcome of refusal with a steady view for the
protection of our own interests in the world.
FOR 8AN FRANCISCO.
TIM Flaw Bark est tine
4fh DINCOVKRY !
Will bare Quick Dispatch for the above Port
For Freight and Paasage. apply lo
m H. HACKFIXD CO.
FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER,
The A 1 BittUli ship
ON tons reslater,
C. HaJTlnsrton - - Master.
tor particulars, apply to
tg N V. T. LKXKHAN C .
London, January 1. The Daily Telegraph', spe
cial from Pera, dated Sunday, Bays: The Turkish
counter-propositions were tent to the Plenipoten
tiaries last Saturday night. Tbe Turks offer a sys
tem of administrations very like tbat proposed by
the Powers but ignore questions of a Gendarmerie
and International Committee, and positively refuse
to pardon Bulgarian prisoners. They also reject
the financial proposala and suggest no gusrantees.
snc curopean riempoicniiarics ueia an infor
mal meeting Sunday, to consider tbe counter pro
posals. Tbe Russian, German, Austrian and French
delegates declared they could not act with the
Porte, and seemed inclined to cnt short the dis
cussion. After Lord Salisbury tttted bit vlewt
tbey became calmer. General Ignatieff, however,
read to tbe representatives a telegram Iron Prince
Gortschakoff directing him not to listen to any
counter proposals whatever. It was finally arrang
ed that the Conference should present fhelr origi
nal propositions again Monday.
The correspondent adda: Should the Turks per
sist in their refusals, I understand all tbe Am
bassadors will quit Constantinople and leave their
legations in charge of tbe Charge d' Affaires.
Another dispatch from Pera to the Daily Tele
graph states tbat at Saturday's seltinir of tbe Con
lerence. General Ignatieff Informed the Turks that
bis instructions justified bis saying Russia has ab
solutely reached tbe limit of concession.
London, January 1st. The Daily Neve publishes
a sensational dispatch from Constantinople repre
senting tbat tbe proceedings in the Conlerence
Saturday, were stormy, aud asserting that the
European Plenipotentiaries will refuse to discuss
any project but the propottlt of tbe Confereucc,
and if tbe Porta refutet lo discuss these proposals,
a European ultimatum will follow.
In confirmation or tbe foregoing a Renter dis
patch, dated Pera, Monday, aaya : To-day at tbe
Conference the situation was very grave. If tbe
Porte resist there will be another sitting on Tburs
Copenhagen, January 3d. Tbe first railway acci
dent in Denmark, involving loss of life occurred to
day near Horseno. A train containing one hun
dred laborers ran off tbe track. Nine persons were
killed and thirty severely injured.
Paris, January 3d Prince OrlofT, the Russian
Ambassador, bad an interview with Jules Simon
to-day. The Eastern question is considered very
grave, and a Cabinet Council baa been summoned.
Tbe Daily News' special from Constantinople
says somebody it encouraging tbe Turks to resist
Some believe Austria ia dolog ao secretly.
A Vienna dispatched states tbat Ifrnatieff voted
for the prolongation of the armistice oa tbe under
standing tbat It should tpply only to Servis snd
Montenegro, snd thst no hostilities carried oo else
where should be considered io violatioo of tbe
Pacific Mail Steamship Co's San Francisco,
Australia and New Zealand line
THE iritJIItB vrtUSHIf
Will Leave Honolulu for
Kandavu. Fiji, and Sydney, N.S.W,
Cnnnertlnx at Kannavo with Company's stennar for
AUCKLAND,!!. Z-, POBTCHALatAtRS. and Intermediate
On or about the 6th of Feb.
For PreWthtand Paaaaar. and further Information, applv
to ftSt) H. HACKPELD 4 CO.. .taenia.
Pacific Mall Steamship Co't San Francisco,
Australia and Hew Zealand Line.
THE SPLMOID STEAMSHIP
CITY OF SYDNEY!
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SIN FRINCISCO
On or about Jan. 30th.
ruRcriT t-ororr i
t. RASlllia Ba
sra. Jasaetal ISRSsfct, IB IIHlll lataaS
of Hawa. Hawaiian Istaffita, la to f
tat of Jobs Avery taossoaat, Of
to sett wot ass M
See rrsk. eta, a
neat of John Avery
JOlh. day of DtCfaibar. A. U l7
Prorata Coon, and a
for he luai)ceor !tir ti ataaaiataffr a
ba.ma been flint by taat Jaaa Mai Mr.
It H hereby ordered, taat OATTaMAlT
FEBKI-ARY. A. D. IST7, at l o'rlaett, .. sf
at if court Rcom or eats cswrt. at
Kohala. In in Mand of llawatt, ar. aad t
nv RSSajloltBj tae lime for pror mm -a I
vilit npnlsrailon when :ind afe-re aRV
may appear and ronteat ta aud will, aat, use
i w Ojt. aaa. af tae
And It la further ..rdered, that ettaraa
aiharrfMnt wttprw to and wilt, mm I
tr.tator. (o rppar tnd
th time appointed,
listed North Kohala, Hawass. R. f Janoary to. IffT.
CRARLast imvurl Ma ST.
S37 J uatira of use treat! ctaatt. ana. Ja
II A WREBS. 4 met IT JC
I DK'IAI. laatnet H.wartaa
r Frederick wneh. of WaSaaa.
Oa readli.a and
of her late huahand. Mr.
Mani. II. L, l)n rant a.
It-ordrred thatTHCRSDAT. tha
I ATT. at IS a. a., at tha Ceatrl
pilntil aa the time and
tltlon and any i.hjn oona that
all oartir. Interested therein are hereby
Clrralt J tt. Tad yadaeaal Raman. L
Ahatoa, January ilth.. 1STT.
praarea or an
ar aa utiraiit
tSsajastSO BRaa a ailn.
Ja taaSwewt Smttum
aaa. aa. Jl .
Starr Wetra. f
ay I RS I IT lOt RT, THII
w . THICT. In probate, in t
iiiiiiiiia I anas Aaeeaf Kaaaaa .Akaa, I
Oa rradlna and fillet the prilu. and Saal
Jamas Wkjbt. ataaaaRtarastr af th I
Lania. late ..f North Kohala. Hawaii,
lu- chare htniarir with l?T.e, at
SSV3.SA and a.k that lb asm
charted from tha trust.
It ta ordered that HATTTtDAT. th ITth. Say af
BCAKY. -A. 0. 177, at lo o docAt a..
sTBst JstzwtttsrSw, Wowsl mm tzVattVoVosSwOtf
am. It any tbvy tmrm, way t
: ;.v ur M .hlW (
MM MOOM Mt - a
KobaU Akau. Hawaii. Jajsamry ttb. .it?.
For Freight ami
apply to fW7J
or any further infoinuUon,
II. HACKFELI) tft ( . , Alff nt.
ABCHAHT. tilt .WASTER.
, . Koss
Nawlllv.ni and circuit of
January lsth, Thursday, 4PM
Jan uary !d, Monday, 4PM...
January gtn, Monday, 1PM
February tti. sionday, 4 P X.
February 12th, Monday, IPX Hue
February lath, Monday, S P M Kona
March 5th. Monday. ITM HOo
March 12th, Monday, IPX Kona
March lath. Monilay, A p M Hilo
March Jtlh, Monday, 1PM Kona
On alt Windward Tripe the .steamer will leave her wharf
at S ; all trlpa to Kauai, will leave at 4 r. m. On down
trips tbe Steamer will not leave Kawalhae before 10 a. a.,
Mukeua saner notice ou up trip. Maalara May not before
? a. it. Any chaos from the above will be advertJatd-
aar No Credit Sur Passage JStoAtrjr. -tsa
Tickets at tbe orflee only.
No berth will be considered aa taken until paid ftr. Not
responsible for unmarked Uoirratfe or any Freight or Par-
BBSS unleaa receipted for.
Freight Money Dos on Demand.
W An effort wilt be made to have Ihe Steamer reach
Honolulu oo the evenlns of the same day she leaves Maol
SAMI Kr, II. WILDEK. .lir. nl.
OtBce with Wilder at Co.. corner of Fort At queen street!
FOR KOLOA & OTHER PORTS ON KAUAI
Will have rezutar dispatch for Kauai, aa above, until
further notice, 09 Freight and Passengers taken at the
UOLLES t CO., Agent..
P. 9 This vessel has lost been thoroughly repaired
newl-ycoppered, and pat in In perfect order. 51
Notice of Foreclosure of
s-j OTICK M tsW 41 1 m THAT res
41 su ANT to a pewar ay aaAe naa ratted to a t
deed or mortgage datad lsth SB? af Aassaja. A.
made between K ana, In. (R) of tha aaa port, aaaf 1
prnc, r or i lie otnrr part, aad !vrsd us L
pages art, m and Its. m use ftetpssry OaBse Is
to wcure the payment ar sttm, ka aaa a
thereof, with Interest, at the rata, af at
month. Th laid steaaaa Saeeaet BM
aald mortgage, and after tba lime IIBAASBS ST loar 1
IBS SOtS laiasjajso property to oo tJ ST
In Honolulu, for a breach of las own
tb aald tld, each property betas
All lhal rtrulu pan r aim uf h
llonoillu. Island of oahu. .nd tiring h oleaaa "a. 1
Koyai Patent No. list aad betas tha auaa HBtayaS a
Pllmoku and BAoluls. by WataSsa by oa? AaAad SSSk
Auguxt. IKS, and recorded In Liber a. aa BBaas HI aas
tsa of the recorda In the Hasdetry no n Moaafsta. St.
I. Tofelber with the tenetoauis tsereao, and the rOBBee
ttnaocea thereunto trkiianns. tatd land eatataaaaBJ l is
Hated thu IStb .lay of Janoary. laTT.
cnbd L HI!,-.
Attorney for tt
Notice of Foreclosure of
-mjOTH'B IN UEJCF.BT UITKM THAT I
JW SCANT to s power of sols i islahtiSstst
. a. t. '.a: i
deed of morutsge ilated tha Alb day of A
rn.de btwn Kanmraml. (klof tha aaa
spencer of the othar pan. recorded rn User at, aa
:s i. s4 and zst. lo the Kegtttrr asses Rt
core the payment; af ttss la two years. Im Use
thereor, with Interest ner tb rale uf
month. Th tald .Stephen sraeai.r wu
said uiortgac. and after the ttroa .-Billed by taw. a
tha mortgaged piopeny to b a id by buboa- aacttaa at
Honolulu, for a breach of th ci ndltbaa eaata
aid deed, .ucfa prcpert, wtna
All that certain pier or parrel of laad
luu. Oaho, it. L, and beisc toe ststs tootsy s st Is I
ami, (s) by Klamano, It) by deed dated 1Kb day of Jcly.
1SSA, and recorded lu l.ibr IS. oa j.g 112 f lb
ui ta nraau-y iwr, in IluOoouu. H
rnnti thereon, and lb appartenaa
Said land containing i arrea.
Dated ihla 1Mb day of Janoary, UTT.
BICat'D F. nil KKKTON.
S27-tt Atturaey far tba aM Beraasa Baaa
rr ix ia
Car O !
FINE BRITISH IBOlf SHIP !
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE ! EOTTOI, IU UI (TBI
jjti-E nmw -tti. eb
C. Brewer a Co. Agents.
favorable ArranganiantA cau always b
made for storage and thlpntant of Oil. Bone, Wool, ill,). nd
drier Merchaodlie to .lew tledrord, Uottnu, New Tort sad
itber Kaetern Ports. AsT Cash Advance- made.
'93-ly C. BKKWBR A CO.
KWOUIj A H.
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO I
C. Brewer A Co. Agents.
Merchandise received Storoste Pros and
iiaaraican anvao-es Qiao on .blpmentt by toil line.
-iy C. BftKWER a CO.
ALL PnUOSSHAVIXU CI. A ms All t INST
the ttSBRB of AtASSOO Manuel, lata if Honolulu, de
ceased, are requested topresen. the tame to me at lbs
office of Alex. J. cartwright Esq.. Qoeen street, Honolulu,
within sir months of the date ( tbe rtrnt publication of thla
notice or they wUl be forever barred, and all parsone in
debted to the aald .slate are requested to pay the amounts
wing t me at mm urnce.
Dated thla luth Ix-ceniber. 1S7S.
Executor of the estate of ld Antone Manuel il liaaaail
Bios Striped Das tots. Vslvat Carpets A
Harnett Pilot Clothing, Towels. " sal It
THE UMDEMIttXED IIAVIXfs THIS DAY
been appointed Admlnl'trainr oro tem. of the Katate
of Ihe late Predertck Welch, of Wailoku, deceased, by l ha
Hon. A. Pornander, Circuit J ads. Maul. Tab At to give
nolle tbat all nullum harm claim, against raid estate,
are requested to pres nt the name to the undVrsigned with
in tlx Riontlia uf tbe date of the first publication of this
notice, or they will be forever barred, and all Draons In -
dbted to said eatatn are requested to pay the amount
owing without delay, to
nr. -.in w. OAniKll,
Administrator oro tem. of th pAtit or add P.sAerlcr.
WSRSXtaS, Dec. 2ltt. 187S. S2S-lm
Gentlemen intending to Build
OK MAKE tnniTIOVH, ALTER ATIOVS,
or repairs, will find It to their Interest to consult
with the undr.ignd. who will tunulr diznL cnmhlnlna
Convenience and Kconomy, with suitable Architectural
Krnbelllahment, and gnarranteed ,-stimalea of Cost.
a. UAILETi International HotoL
Skilled workmen lo ail departments aant to anv nart of
the Islands. Sl-Xm
ftTIHE FOLLOWNS OFFICER
A. elected for the ensuing year st too annual meeting
of the Haiku Sugar Company, beld January 11, 1877 ;
1. afott Smith President,
a T. Alexander Vice-President.
J. P. Cooke Secretary.
O. McCooke Auditor.
Per order, I. P. COOKE,
037 St Bee. ttBAko Sugar company.
SAM'L G. WILDER.
Hawaiian Steamer KILATJEA!
L. AJtCHAXT .
Sailing Days as per Schedule !
Unless Otherwise Advertised.
TICKETS ONLY AT THE OFFICE
FREIGHT BILLS DUE ON DEMAND
In. ta OFFICE WTTH WILDER A Co.
SUGAR MACHINERY !
THE INDESUICIJIEO Beat J TAT RECEIVE!)
per Mall from the celebrated
Glatgow Iron Work of
Messrs Miriees, Tail, ami Watson,
Exact psrAJcnlara of tbo coat of
Of seventeen different rspsi 1 1 Its iiiiisIrr)
loAO lbs. Attayaur la to Hears at a Coat ar A370.
to a Flrst-elsaa Vac a am Pan Plant
to Stake la Tones of tiffs la 1
Hours at a Coot af 1,170,
delivered Its Ola wow.
Tbo tSvaaTBtfAted are prepared
such machinery, and to arrange for freight on
shipped by a ew Inn Clipper Ahlp a
in me uyua as law tons ouruen, to
Lr Ulaasraar mm ar a boat the 13th at
February Mem t.
X. B Orders for all kinds ot Machinery and othar
European merchandise to be shipped by tha above vessel
should be tent to tba undrraArned daring Ibe month of
September or not iater tbaa October lota, aar Bats of
freight sfrsBtsd Br.
"I-" r. T. LE.WF.HA5I at (a.
The Hawaiian Hotel
of R. VOS OEHLHAFFEJI.
ALL DELICACIES! KIOWS TO Tata. ASK
nossfintly kept oo band, sod served lo sorpaas tbe
Past, arrest the present, and stereotvo the
toteed to atthrfy the epicure In his wtlost dreams. Wed-
aaofs, laaasts, and an other private sad public Ordsn
will be executed in my nana! elevated style.
las mm n. vti.v UKIll.UAJrwww
Whits Moleskins, Skirts, Orsasdrsss.
bearvss snd Ties. Silk I tsaraUaa.
Crimean, Oxford sad Ragalta Starts.
FIsSBtlf, Twetdi, Poathos,
SADDLES AND BRIDLES
Swiss Molls, Priolsd Lswa,
Wslsrproof Clothioc. Visions Lawss.
Book MnsliBi, Laos Curtains.
Twins, Leather Belting, Pslal. Oilt. Pi pas.
Wirs Rope, Corrugated Hoofing,
filoo Mottled Soap, Galvanised sad TVs wars.
Fencing Wire. Hoop Iroa. Hellowers.
Cbarsosl Iroot. O-os', Cutlery. Bar Irsa,
Las A Perrio'i Ssoeo,
JAMS AND JELLIES
Heoneity'j, M oxtail's aad Robin's Brasdy, fat sotsts
sad eases ;
Tins Sherry, ia quarter ssskt saal sasss.
Geneva, Whiskey, Bsea. Hoak. MoeafJa, II. I f. Aa
Blood Wolfe Ci 4 IsUs Pak Alt
Edmund's Pig Braad Partsr.
Bouchet's HapoUon Cabinet CluaTwjrM,
Lalaode's Bad Bar Claret, DaavUIo's Whisky.
Board's Wines sad Oastfts,
Silicate Paint Co's Paints !
powell oummrs steam coai!
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ArrlTO, WAmW CUriflon I
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Cargo of Ship " Anglo 8sVXCD;"
Rolls Excellent China Matting,
Nests Camphor Trunks,
Bales Mat Bags,
200,000 China Bricks.
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