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TT H a Mrs Majesty the King to epssjlnt the
BssssssraiAe (V RkShop to be Chancellor at the Royal
or rmton I. Tire Honorable EUshe H. Aden.
Iv aecordane with MkUoo "XI of the 3ci; Code, tber
has been r-n -istrsi'Ued and vet apart a satiable evlosrrre at
kahlklnui. island of MM. ror tbtmrsonding of etrtravs,
i. OTT -M '
Interior OAW Jao tt, 18TT Minister Of Interior.
I s lb I
I' V Kaea- ha hem Uil day appM. an Agent
(Jfle-e Mr the tar. Bat of Arkvevwledgeaienls
1st the Island of Mokvkai.
TITCM AH mna s,
Itesristrar of Oonperarte.
n tin Registrar of Omrreyaaeea, Feb. . lkTT.
r uf he Interior
Strkl solves In sa-cvjcdeoco
i aa the - ' : the nes-eral
t the Kingdom will rauar to ba
Iv e-nrdance with asc .-.n Ssler the Civil Crvlc. I do
!ir-h .Untmdiff.ni M. Palro. ai Msrdmasswr
of the Poand for eetray at Kaihtklnnl. island of Maui.
W. . MOEHO.VUA, i,..T.ri, .ref Maoi.
Lahslns. Jan 21. 177. et
SiiVwcritars to the Gazkttf. are respectfully
noutied that volume thirteen commeiH-es with
the Urat issue itt tlte new roar, ami subscrip
tions air 1 ... .,' in advance, at
FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUL!.
Those residina; in the city can pay the car
rier, who trill pmenre ti-nm the publication
office a receipt for the amount paid. Those
living in the country can remit by order or
raonw to She. by the Testers of tne Common Schools ; ,ianfc cbfct
tber liaei an sTtssTS. pa or Der. .re tne srsr lannnaT
s Marr of yssar. oarmt n ,.r the name, of tb. j The Gazette M ill be sent regularly by
Saaaaaaa aaat arsrardjun of the T-hlldreo tteodliuc the aald mail t. anv part of the- world, 01 tifl'imvillfllt
Agrnts. sJSjev smellier t.ol leiei , annual MiWiiiitinii nxwl isnntuie..
Address H. M. WsUiHftt,
fl I 11 ahaSbeaa) tyi
o.in urn iafa pr Swiss, pubhc as-. Usersrof, shall hold
i ll in br RauOT aa the last Monday of March of each
of lea a. m. and Moo p. m., for the
I of the THstrtcl School Board- of their ree-
tbe JOesars at the aaid Third Meni
Q parents and guardians whose namea
Bbsd. avaaear aa the ham prepared and reran- he the
Quart i af the Ooaason NehMb :o the ltnct rJcaoul
ursas. aa aba rr.ivi.le,:
Mr at an of the Jaoard of Kdaradoa.
jas. -MTTII . .secretary.
SUsHll Bale. "Ami.' lit 1(77. fJI Ii
trssrus. aw theorised by
117 at tare Ul II Cssst Arm at to take ar
ia Labor tx-olracts.. m read.nr and ex
aa reaolrrd by law, will lo all rn
are mi prapedj stamped, etpixin to
parts that th. j are invalid. They arc further Instructed
reaaire that atamps ahaU be aaaoailed In arrordaoce
tA the bra. J MOTT f.mi,
Mlnbaer of the Interior.
S, 177. UO
Pulilisher Hawaiian Gazette.
AN INDEPENDENT JOVKNAX.,
DEVOTED TU HAWAIIAN PROGRESS.
rUBLlbllED AND EDITED BY
TIKXKY M. WIITTXEV.
WBDBESDAY, FEBRUARY U, 1?"
DtVOM the past ten days there has been
considerable discussion regardiug the wording
of the Stamp Act, the first section of which
declares that " from aud after the coming into
operation of this act, there shall be due and
inrnUn In Ilia U.idcte ' aln el. a aniar.l
Tmi ITn in-II KjaSbs H. Allen harms reaurned the 1 - J - '
rf rwa. in i iir iii i iiji 1 1 ii r i n ii ii ; sums 01 money ol Mamp duty collected under
the act. A shrewd lawyer might, perhaps,
following the letter of this law, declare- thai
all receipts under it !cloug to His Majesty,
and so undertake to make up a case. But the
intention of tire Legislature was unquestion
ably that all sums of money collected under
it should belong to the public treasury. It is
claimed that the wording of this law is the
same as iu similar acts in England, but we
have our doubts concerning this. The law
should have read, "to His Majesty's exche
quer " or " treasury." The omission fur
nishes another iustance of tho hasty and
imperfect manner in which some cf our laws
are enacted. This law was brought into the
Assembly during the last few days of the ses
sion, read by its title, referred to a committee,
hastily acted on, anil passed without probably
ten members knowing its details.
the SjarSami to rake effect February I at proximo, 11
baa plwaai I Be Majeatv to make the following- appoint
seats to take effert at saM date, rh :
Bob rm Oarri liiajua to be Chief Justice of
She eaaaraaae Can asjd CbaaraUor af the Kingdom.
How Alksar Faaxtcta Jruo to be First Asaoclate
J af taw eoprane loon aud Vice ChaureUor of the
Iterance: MaCkru-T Eaq. to be Second Asaoclate Jua
laaas. raiare, January joth. 1ST7. SS
It baa fi'sa.1 His staj.-s: to reappoint Hon. Frederick
tv ;.rmsi ui be Circuit Judge of the Third Judicial t ircull.
tVxtias aa of the Itth of February proximo.
. Jsnusr; . fcth. 1J7. Si
Ma f F Saurdford baa been this dar appointed an
Aeeit to sake A ck bowk At linen le to Contracts fir labor In
kba lissanct asf booth t'ohast. UawalL
J. MOTT SMITH,
Minister or Uie Interior,
lateetor OaSce Jauaarr. Ms, 1S77. SJv
Ma- koi.UiV t i baa been this day appointed Afoot lo
take Ark oow teAkauaiai to t'outrarts for Labor in the
isssk.-t.uf Waaara. J. atOTT RMtTn.
Minister of the Interior.
lsrkertsr fJCaor. January th, 1S77. S3
Tab tiasamasHo-eers a-p-,.ntej by- His Majesty under An
AM tssud the oeeeiapeneiit of th reaoum-s of the Kim;
slasa seoald earneatiy request bar persons deairtnc to suc-s--.
... abkSXI.-. 1- s t. wilhin tin- fipe of sa..1 ei-l
which user thjak sv-Ul drvelope the reaourcet of the dl
tn."t ;n which ther reside id address the undcrstrned sritli
aa-L lafafwsatlan and data as ther ran rye; for the use of
the Oeaasaieajw .sack oaoxsaaalcathfns proposinf: anr
ra.rli - isncynsi emente sSsssM W sjiKoed by thr1 or more
laltklHi Ik the dajtricu
- ' II lllll i I rtult the Wand of Hawaii
b- saeaaaee rf Feb. lath and to make a circuit of the Island
m will l- cad to meet the prnpir of the different district-
ta resrard to aar andertaklne proposed. Notice
wul he swassB f the Isaacs, aupvtnt-d b visit other lelatid.
sb. ! . i- i Ait;: -.
Til be aald at public auction at the donr of the AUlolanl
Haaer. ssa tsslssraay . tenruars loth. MBS, M ; -cluct
s ss ii . in- .-a f itrv . i ! rears of tt faltowluf ito-
ST soil m tier SUSti.i t of Hll.v Hawaii, mCjM:.-
Kaoaasstsa. I assd 7. bad Manosrailele.
VfsBetasrsrsr Sear hundred dollars too, per annum.
J. MOTT eiMITH.
i .!. r ,,r . lie InisrlAr
lnterb-cOrace.Jaauarj-lk.irr7. I7 counted
Lilt of Licenses Expiring Feb
K K T A t L.
I OiaeaaU assd Isebatte. Fori st . Honolulu.
I alUa ktb .msmt, Mouoluln.
4 Ohaa Breast Naaaau at . Houolulu.
9 Ckspt T. H flobrob. Honolulu.
II A flsjajsjr. corner King and Richard eta.. Hon
X2 S3, fi-e-paidlnc. Suaano et . Honolulu,
f Ab See Csssrat. Honolala.
as taae MasP NuuaaaBt.. Huaoiula.
1 Was Dart. Kaupo. Hana. Maal.
4 T A. WH. Hana. Maul.
AAssaa A ux I tkalna Maal.
Ss IV C Whie. WbSaae. Mao ..
Js Oeo. Gray. Makawao. Ma ill.
T W stmita. Makawao. Maoi.
M ski. Ssran. KaUaa. Koua Hawaii
i at Co.. Klnc at. Hoaolulu.
I at Oe.. SLaahamaau at. Honolulu.
St Cto. Queen st. Bom4ulu.
i at.. Hooolulu.
xu. rcti ik.
S D. OeasasssasrXaxrw. Makasrao.
ST. T. OBLSStr. Makawao.
Ss Mssi Atksuti. Basra Theatre. Honolulu.
I I. !
Is B Hskfe
Ab Fa. Ns
I sSJas 1 1 s 1 Mill xuade to tab Oesyaftrnkltt for the
l of the totlosrtuff xiorerument Lands :
t of Mlsiasa. daunct of HUo, by Wm.
a! S.eala. tu Puna. Hawaii, br J. W.
hj- Oi . o. TrossaMssa.
land ly ink between Kaohe anj
SIISII for t-XA..
sjsi m mm
;w tt Bs ssk
I i-i - of Lands io Hoauau-a.
Fwsssaa. I and 7. Hamakualis
asm. assrrbaae at SS cat pee acre
The presidentinl question in the United
States appears now to bo in a fair way to be
amicably settled. Congress has passed an
act, under which five Senators, five Repre
sentatives, and five Judges of the Supreme
Court are constituted a tribunal to settle all
questions of dispnte relating to the succession.
This commission embraces some of the best
men in the country, and both Lrovernors Til
den and Hayes have expressed themselves
satisfied with the mode adopted, and will
abide the decision arrived at. Politically,
the tribunal comprises seven persons who
have been identified with the Republican
pirty, seven with the Democratic party, aud
one. Justice Bradley, who has never been a
politician or identified wiih either. This
makes the latter an umpire, should the rest be
equally divided. The electoral votes will be
by Conrrress, and anv objections
raised against receiving the votes of such
States as Florida, Louisiana, Oregon, or South
Carolina will be referred to the tribunal for
settlement. How much time will be occupied
in deciding the election, no one knows. It
may take till after tne 4th of March ; in which
event. President Grant will retire, and the
president of the Senate will become Acting
President of the United States and remain so
till a choice shall be made.
sat. half acre, aaere
rmnsn if Ii ii 1 i r mi Mead
af J. a. Weed. J s acres, for frJSJ,
rmssim T SL Oattt
I Ssl I bast r B. BUM. ssts Sos XM. Sbt. M7
Hiii ill ii T. It Fbexer lot So. SSI.
rua-aas- " Joaes, kat
It will be noticed that the advertisements
of the mail steamers are withdrawn, which is
done by order of the Pacific Mail Steamship
Company. On inquiry we learn that the
Company has determined to withdraw from
this route. In their latest letter they say
" Should their decision (the Hawaiian Govern
" ment's) be unfavorable to our view of what
" is just and libera to this Company, ice itill
" immediat-lii and for ever tlrop tlie port of
" Honolulu, and carry out our English Col
" onial mail contract : running direct from
" San Francisco to Fiji." This language is
unmistakeable, and if the administration de
cline to enter into the arrangement foi which
the Legislature raode provision, the steamers
will be withdrawn. It is not too late to avoid
such a result, and it can be done by sending a
duly authorized agent to confer with the pre
sident and directors of the Company iu Xew
Tork. We think tbat if the matter were laid
before them by such a person, all the conces
sions asked for on either side will be readily
agreed on, and a contract entered into. If
there is any misunderstanding, this is the best
way to correct it. For years we have been
advocating the estitbliassmont of steam com-
i munication with Australia and California, and
now when we see established the finest line
of ships ever put on any route, we are threat
ened with their withdrawal, which will vir
tually put ns back where we were twenty-five
years ago. Is this course wise, or politic, or
best adapted to foster the commercial growth
of the Kingdom?
The "Hawaiian Almanac and Annual for
1877," "carefully compiled by Thomas 0.
Thrum." contains an article of about thirteen
pages in length, entitled " A trip to the Sand
wich Islands, by E. S. Baker," which the
compiler, ic a note, credits to the " Resources
of California," adding the following words ;
Condensed and adapted for these pages, as
being the best descriptive article upon the
" Islands thai has come within our notice and
" worthy of preservation with us."
Inasmuch as ten pages out of the thirteen
of said article are taken from the " Hawaiian
Guide Book." published by the Editor of the
Gazktte, almost without alteration, and as
much of the matter in the remaining three pages
s'os. ub, is, im, ill, im ' is evidently derived from the same source, we
. land of Exsxlalkl. Kan. 20 years
br J. A- , at A)
. Maul, by Hr. F. n. En-
lessse for 30 rears.
-J Marble, laud of Waiaau.
-W. Ftsjo. sand of Walalua. Kolau. Maul.
in Hsa skas adjotabac his land, by Coax. Totter
' Laohnla." Klhalanl." or
sua. dxstnet ol Hiso. bl b. P. Punlssai. fur K yea
Pa 1 1 baa i of Keassae Koobn. Maxrl.br R a. Kalillmoku.
S auras, set fx par acre
. C. IL Parker.
'. Isvad of ohla. years. IS par ac
the ftoTsmsneot Lalf of ExmlVJoa Mortal.
b . c- Lasxoben at SU
t iasd of atatuxola. W. M Gloaon. for f 1,100.
: tLe r.sr.i'.x:
by H. Brarrrrtr, HI.
. by J. II. Wood.
ilj acres by s. w.
. IV U.
I liksm lot at Pawaa. Walkikl uka A. Jserer. Vg.
I ss hot ba Waitttl. br sTslantalt. far t tor 10 years,
rasiku tabs as Kill irm ruin. SL M. the Ein.
Xaa bM. bkt so X7X, 171 so 17k. XXJ. XXI. for 1UOO
lots Sua. Itt, IM. 177, ISC, 17.
tmkm i jaaa ir r-l 'r-"-' Eona.
l in inilfli if ' ' "Maatulets.'' Eswal
mmr af Kapaaaalaa and WsJaaee la Eoobvapoko.
SJXXS s B
1 af WsAak. tt rasxn. at f ! per annum, br W. L.
or leasts of internment lands
kastsjesty the area ax nearaa kxiowa.
isxl prsce or mil offered.
I Ex. tb- Minister of Interior,
C. T. lirucx. Chief auk
find it difficult to decide which is the strong
cr, our sense of approval of the very good
taste of the compiler in regard to the merits
and value of the article, or our surprise at the
lamentable ignorance be displays of the cur
rent literature of his native city, of course
we could not for a moment suppose that he
could knoiringly purloin and appropriate that
which was only created after a good derJ of
hard work, aud The expenditure of ejuitc a sum
The contents of the bulk of this article which
is pronounced " the beet descriptive article
apon the Islands," and worthy of preserva
tion," as Veil as a great deal more of equal
aerit will fee found within the pages of the
Onide ftnerk, whfch is always on sale at the
Book Store, as well as at the stationers' shops
of the city.
short Nlsynmsyr riKsattos.
In our issue of January 26, 1676, we gave
a "carefully prepared table of steamer passages
made between this port and San Francisco of
less than eight days. Since that date the
number has been increased, till now we have
to report the Zealandia having made the best
time on record, seven days and six hours,
from pilot to pilot. She discharged her pilot
off the heads at San Francisco, at 11:30 p. M.
Saturday, February 3, and took her pilot off
this port at 5:30 a. m. Sunday, February It.
Had it not been tbat she checked her speed
during the last twelve hours, so as not to ar
rive till daylight, she might has been here in
seven days. We append the list of short
passages under 8 days made thus far be
tween the two ports :
May 14, ISTl-Str. Nebraska. 7 .1 its aad 19 liuors.
Ann 16. 171 err. Cit.r of Adahu la. 7 days aad -J boars.
May. 6. 1S72 Sir. Nebraska, 7 dar" aud 16 hours.
Jau IT, IST3 Str. Nebraska. 7 dx;a and 14 hours.
Aug 1674 Str. Tsrtsr. 7 days and IS hours.
Jan 14, 1675 Str. Mikado, 7 days and 3J boars.
Mar I ;. Mr. City of Mriuoarua, 7 days and 2! boors.
Jnnei, 1ST5 Str. Cur of Meltswrne, 7 dsjs and 23 hours.
A or SI. 1875 fclr. Mikado. 7 days and 20 hoora.
Dec 16, 1675-Slr. Cily oi San Francisco, 7 days aud 11 hrs
Jan 17. HT6 Str. (Iransda. 7 days and Is hours.
April. 1S7 Sir. U'X- of San Kranciaoo, : darsaodlt o.
June I. 1874 Six. ZesJandia, 7 days and 14 boon.
Sept It, l;t Sir. I'll- of New York, 7 days and 21 bra.
Nov It 1I7S Her. C.ty of Sydney', 7 dart and 20 hours
It 14. ia7Sr.tr. Australia. 7 days and 10 boors.
Jan l:. 1877 Str. City of New York, 7 days and 18 hrs.
Fib 11, 1877 Str. Zealand-, 7 days 6 hours.
At this date, the Zealandia is "the flagship
of the fleet," though the Nebraska, Australia,
and City of Sun Francisco have each held the
same honorable position. We expect ti see
the time reduced to seven days, whenever a
passage is performed under very favorable cir
cumstances of strong winds and currents with
good coal. As the actual distance traversed is
a little more than 2100 miles to perform, this
will require an average of 300 miles a day.
The .- Ml i n met-.
By the steamer Zealandia, Hon. S. G. Wil
der, the energetic agent of Ihe Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Service, retnrned from San
Francisco, where he has just completed a con
tract with the Risdon Iron aud Locomotive
Works fur a new steam propeller to take the
place of the old Kilauea.
The contract and specifications, copies of
which we have read, were evidently drawn
up with the greatest care, and combine all the
exierience Mr. Wilder has gained iu his long
connection with the steamer Kilauea, with the
information he obtained abroad from the study
of similar steamboat contracts, and the advice
of experts in the business. The new steamer is
to le of six hundred tons, and is to be 174
feet in length, by 27 feet iu width, and 17 feet
depth of hold. She is to lie built of the best
quality of well seasoned Puget Sound pine, and
fastened with bolts of galvanized iron. Her
main saloon will be very similar to that of the
Kilauea, containing the same number of sleep
ing berths, but in the place of the ladies'
cabin aft, there will be an apartment separated
from the saloon by curtains, and lined with
linen Kickers, which will be devoted to tra
velers' luggage. Forward of the saloon, on
the starboard side, there will be a commo
dious dressing room for ladies, containing
ofas, which will accommodate two passen
gers, if necessary, a table with large mirror,
and a couple of marble washstands. On the
opposite side of the vessel there will be a
similar apartment for the use of gentlemen.
The house on deck will be about amidships,
and will contain the wheel room, captain's
and officers' rooms, and four very good-sized
state-rooms. Over this there is to be a hur
ricane deck extending aft to the stern of the
vessel, which will act as a permanent awning
for the main deck and will add much to the
comfort of passengers.
The machinery is to combine all the latest
improvements : the engine is compound, indi
cating, when making a speed of eight and a
half knots, 221 horse-power, and at a speed ol
nine and a half knots, 300 horse-power. It is
guaranteed that the consumption of coal for a
speed of not less than eight knots )er hour,
shall not exceed six and a half tons per
twenty-four hours, and at a speed of not less
than nine and a half knots, not above eight
aud a half tons. A failure in one or both of
these items of half a knot per hour shall cause
the forfeiture on the part of the builders of
$2,500, and in case the speed falls below the
above figures by one knot per hour, a forfeit
ure of 85,000 shall be the result.
Before entering into a contract Mr. Wilder
advertised for tenders for the job in the San
Francisco papers, and received seven re
sponses, ranging all the way from $634,130 to
8106,000. The lowest tender was accepted,
and as the construction of the hull is to bo
under the direct supervision of Mr. Sorrenson,
a practical shipwright, and the building of
the machinery under that of the chief engineer
of the Pacific Mail Company, there can be no
doubt but that the contract will be faithfully
According to the terms of the contract the
steamer is to be ready for delivery in San
Francisco on the first day of July next, and
should Bhc not be completed at that date, a
man, aad Bayard three Republicans and two
Democrats ; and for the House, Payne, Hun
ton, Abbot, Garfield and Hoar three Demo
crats and two Republicans. The judges
named in the bill are Clifford, Field, Miller
and Strong two Democrats it is supposed,
and two Repnblicans. They on Jan. 31st
elected Justice Bradley as the fifth member.
Justice Bradley is from New Jersey, and was
an appointee of President Grant. His district
includes several of the cotton States. He has
always been knowu as a Republican in poli
tics. He was the author of the decision
rendered some time ago, declaring certain
features of the Force bill unconstitutional,
somewhat from a State's rights point of view.
State's rights, in a special nu m. lie at the
bottom of the present inquiry.
These preliminaries arranged, the two
Houses will meet in Joint Convention in the
House of the Representatives to-day. The
President of the Senate will preside. Two
tellers will bo appointed by each House. The
President of the Senate will open the Certifi
cates of the votes from the States in alpha
betical order and hand them to the tellers, who
will report the numbers. Objection may be
made to the vote of any State which has but
one certificate, if a Senator and Represntatives
concur. The objection entered on the journals,
the two Houses are to retire to their separate
Chambers aud consider it. If they agree in
sustaining the objection, the vote of the State
is not to be counted. Following the alphabet,
it is not likely that any objection will be
raised uutil Florida is reached. There arc
two certificates from that State, and they will
have to go to the Joint Commission for which
provision is made. No further counting can
be douotiil a decision is rendered in this case.
When it is reported to the two bouses again
assembled in joint convention, objection mat-
be made to its ratification by five members of
lioth Houses teu in all agreeiug so to act.
The Houses will then have to separate to con
sider the objection. In this case also the con
currence of both Houses is necessary to over
ride tho decision of the Commissioners. The
Commissioners, however, are to decide by
Florida having been disposed of, the count
ing will probably progress smoothly till
Louisiana is readied. The Florida decision,
whatever it may be, will render more easy of
solution the Louisiaua case. After this is
settled, Oregon will come up for review, and
after that South Caroliua. There may be u
sputtering of objections in tho case of some
States which have only one certificate, but no
inkling of what it is likely to be has leaked
out. No debate is to bo allowed in the joint
convention. In the tCo Houses when they
separate, each member is to be allowed a ten
minutes' speech, but the debate is not to last
longer than two hours, so that all cannot avail
themselves of the privilege. At the expira
tion of tho two hours, it is made the duty of
the presiding officer in each House to put tho
Iu view of what has already been accom
plished and what is about to take place, this
is a most eventful week. There is no danger
that there will be other than a peaceful ter
mination of tho question which has agitated
the country for mouths. The passage of tho
Electoral Bill .,s in obedience to public aenti
ment, which had already found such strong
expression that it had practically become the
law of the land. While the official count
actually begins to-day, it may be several days
before the result is known. In fact, as much
time may be taken as is necessary, even if tho
investigation should bo prolonged up to the
day of the inauguration. One or the other of
tho great parties is to be disappointed ; but
the temper of the country now insures a peace
ful acquiescence in a result which will have
been secured with every reasonable precaution
for a just conclusion. It is hardly more than
a mouth before the next President is to be in
augurated. We may know before tho expirn
tion of the week who is tho cominc ruler. S
F. Bulled,,, Feb. 1.
Till: IMIIIHIIiM.il BEUS TO TAKE
this opportunity to return his sincere thanks to all
who Bo generously contributed to the relief of bis fanillr
durlns; the past week, himself bavins; been, for over four
months, incapacitate', rroui earnini; anything for tnell
support. '-ii jus. iJusnitALsb.!
Jno M Kapena.
Thrum and Oat,
Alfred r. Trtpp,
forfeiture of 830 per day may be deducted H a widemaau
r V . . .:-..- a UJ M 1 tiowsetl.
iroui ucr coiniaci jiucc lot eacii uay in ex-
Dissolution of Co-partnership.
rMI HE (OPABT.VEltSIIIP HERETOFORE
JL exisUiij between C1IAS. M VI. V A dt OO., or Wsllnka
Island of Maul, and knowa as the Arm of B-lvadlcu
QsjrxbtaJ Healers, Is tills day dissolved br mutual consent.
AU outstanding accounts will be collected and all liabilities
assumed by A. LNCI8 a- CO., who Continue the business at
the old stand In Wailuku, where they will be bappr to
serve their old customers as usual With aa assorttneut of
Choice lioods. CIIAKLKS Kl LVA,
AausrrsE fci-os st oo-
Wsiluku. Maul. Febniarr , 177. Ul 4t
House. House, House.
A LARUE. RIMIIIT AMI VI. UV
Splesuunl COTTaUK TO KGKT, with large Harden,
tilled with trees, flowers, str, riervants' liooae,
i Chicken House, stable. Ac.
trr The premises are In excellent order. Rent, f ' per
Apply at the premises, lo lUcnards street, opposite the
HoteL S3n ir
Mr. Wilder will proceed to San Francisco
early in June, taking with him a crew, for
the purpose of bringing her down, and her
arrival may be looked for in the latter part of
the month of sjuly. Hor name will not be an
nounced till it is flung to the breeze on the
penaut as she rounds Diamond Head. So far
as we can see Mr. Wilder has taken every
possible precaution for the proper fulfilment
of the contract in all its minutest details, and
we doubt not that the result will be a marked
improvement in the comfort of inter-island
Electoral Tripartite Count !
Thk Electoral Bill having received the sig
nature of the President, is now the law of the
land. Under it each House elected Tuesday
five of its members, who, with the Associate
Justices of the Supreme Court for the First,
Third, Eighth and Ninth Districts are to
form a Commission to examine the questions
that have arisen in connection with the Pre
sidents! Election, where there are two certi
ficates from a State. They are, for the Sen
ate, Edmonds, Morton, Felinghuysen, Thar-
" IIMI XCI IIPI WITH THE IMPROVE-
M. RENTS now being made hr the Kapiolaiit Park As
sociation near walkikl. it is contemplated to extend swing
Htreet io a Southerly direction so as to connect It with the
sea beach road, and thus form a delightful drive for the
public at large. In order to carrr out the iuleoded Im
provements a subscription of one dollar is respectfutlr so
Ucited frost all persona on the Islands, and thu undermen
tioned geuUemen have klndlr consented to receive the
same on behalf of the Treasarer.
J A Cummins,
r 8 Pratt,
Alex J Cartwright,
F A aVhaafer,
Jas A Hopper,
John H Patr,
J C (Hade,
M Whitney, Castle A Coosta,
Edward B Friel, W C Parte.
Charles Long, Along A Achoefc,
J O Dickson, A JlcWayne,
A Herbert, E O Hall A Son,
WLUreeo, K TO'HaUorao,
Kd Fursteoau, H Cornwall.
C T aollck, J kfoarxaull,
J. H. PATV, Bon. Treasurer.
(2S-41 II. IfACFABLANB. Hoo fceerectarr.
Iron Water Wheel for Sale.
t xi FAcrt RKiinr the mcoxik-s. is
J.VJX Glasgow. The wheel la In perfect order, and almost
new : Is 24 feat io diameter br 3 feet on the face. There
are two spare sections of side plates of buckets belonging
to it. For further psrrjcolaxa. terms, Ac, applr to
nr. J. VKiUT. Kobala. Hawaii,
Kl Or to J. T. WATEBHOL'SE, Hooolulu.
RIMXtufgl'HOIt't: FKRFI MERV. IH1.ANO
I III. AN;. Jock e 7 Club, and other perfumes. Toilet
Vinegar of world-wide celebrity, Toilet Water, Lareudar
w atcr, Florida Water, Eao de Cologne, Lime Juice and
Otyeenne ror the Hair, Ulrcerlae. Hooer. Windsor and
other soaps. Violet and Bice Powder, AquadenUne for
the Teeth, Ac. at, Strand, lis, Regent Street, and 14,
OornbUI, London. grJa Djr all Perfumers aad CbemLtts.
Kegisteied trade mark an heraldric rose 42i-lr
THE AGEXT FOR THE BRITISH Kor
eign Marias Insurance Compear. (Limited), hss ra
ce It sd iostructiops lo reduce tbe rates of Insurance
between Honolulu snd Ports in the Pacific, snd Is now pre
pared to issue Policies st ths lowest rates, with a special
reduction oo freight par steamers.
THEO. H. DA TIES,
621 ly Agent Brit. For. Mar. Ids. Co., Limited.
H. af. WHITS EY.
fTUSE Af till XT BOOKS OF
M- asm to setts. rot sale uy
Am ihtbrkstiko AKsrrutsxhT. An occasion of
deep iolcrest took place In Boaton n Ktlnt cbapel,
Kcnllwortb Street, oa tbe 8tb of list orontb. a re
ception tendered to Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Rnfas An
derson, oa tbe artietb anniversary of tbelr marrlsie,
br tbe oBcers of the Eliot cbareb. There wis a
Itrjrestlrndsnc of the older members or tbe Eliot,
Vine-street, Psrk-stmt and Wslnni Concrvestional
churches, aa well aa many ol the younger members,
snd promiuent veteran ol tbat church from other
parts of the city. Dr. Anderson Is now in his
thrbty Brst year, and Is stills manor nnble snd
trikliist presence; he it tall and standi si trsl)tbt
is a ymf man. Mrs. Anderson is also a One type
of a New England woman who bus lived in accord
ance with God"i mnrsl nd physical liws. Mr. An
derson gradnsted at the Andnver Seminar? In ls'-4.
and came t"tbr Foreign Mission bouse ss assistant lo
Jeremiah BvaltS (father ol Urn Wm. Evarts), who
was one of tbe secretaries of tbe board. Dr. Aamue!
Worcester bciug the other. Dr. Anderson sfter
rirdi became secrelsry ol the board, bl associate
b In. Rev. David Ureeu, well known and greatly
ruiected in Rnxburj. He resigned bis pusttiuu In
1366, and hss since been engaged hi writing histori
cal and olber works connected with tbe mission.
During these last ten years, be bss written a hlstorr
of the Mistiou In the riandwicb Islsnds, In ono
volume; Mission In India; t rolnmc of Lectures
on Mission. Iiesldes aceuniplishtnt; a Urge amount
ol miM-ellnneous literary labor connected with the
missions, of greit value. Hilill In good health,
snd io the full possession of his mental lacultles.
tie tut resided in Roxuury during, tbe last forty
years, snd is greatly beloved by all who know biro.
A prominent stent lemsn said on the above occ
siou, lhat be thought he wis justified la syiug
more than that Dr. Anderaun wa one of tbe beat
men that lie ever knew ; he was the best mm.
Bots Drownsd. Capluin Woodland, or tbe
sehiMiticr Lizzie White, which arrived yesterday
morning from tbe upper coast, reported tbat be eaw
two boy In a small boat off tho Potato Putch, at
Point Loboi, at 1 P. u. tin Saturday. There was a
very heavy sea, and a wave overturned the boat and
he did not see either boys or boat afterward. The
boy rc supposed to have heeti the unfortunate
sons of John Barbee, money broker, snd A. P. Dud
ley, lawyer, who drilled out through the Gate on
the loop Sweetheart. Tbe schooner Fourth of
July wa also neural I ho time, and her Captain
told tbe crew ol the Lizzie White that tbe boys
perished. Three gentlemen connected witb tbe
California Jewelry Manufactory, who were Hilling
near Fort Point, saw the boys itoitig out about 3
o'clock in the afternoon. The Captain of tbe Fuurtb
of July yesterday telegraphed to thi city that on
Saturday afternoon ho saw tbe Sweetheart capslse,
and aaw the boys on the bottom ot tho boat, fie
endeavored to get to them, but tho sea was too
heavy, and the boys becoming exhausted relinquish
ed tbeir bold and disappeared. Il is now thought
that Ihe boys were not involuntary swept oat to sea,
but bid deliberately started on s piolonged sea voy
age. Some'lme ago young: Barbec, witb tLree com
panions, hired a plunger, dtted her up witb com
pass, charts, elc, and sailed for Honolulu, without
tbe knowledge of tbeir parents, and reached that
port safely. Barbee was of s very romantic turn of
mind, md bad no idea tbat he could sail a boat any
where. He bus been across tbe Atlantic to England
and Francetwice, aud tiastruveled extensively on the
coiilinent, talked French fluently, and wu an un
usually precocious hoy without being tainted with
I be least odor of boodlumlstn. He Is also spoken
of in Ibe highest terms by bis ichoolmale and
acquaintance. S. F. Call.
Thk i ii.K.si.i:n ii vi .No m;i: a p.
FUINTKI) UiU .Uy by the lion. A. Fornaiidtr. C.r
c ilt Jii'lir... Maul, Administrator of the Ktlata of the late
1': '.- r; Welch, ot Wailnku, Maui, betvby (Wes nutc
that all pfi-sona baving cleiims against BaM estate are re
quested to present the name to the undersigned wlthfn six
months from the date of the first publlcatlou of Ibis notice
Administrator pro tern., In the Hawaiian (iasette of Jams
ary 3d, i antd six months expiring oo the 3d day uf
July, i -7", -r tin-y will be forever harred ; awl all persona
tndebivd to said estate are requested to pay the aniouuts
owing without delay to IIKVItV W. DANIKUS,
Administrator in fact of tbe Estate of K HeU'b, deceased.
Woiluku, Maul. Feb. a, 1877. Ul 4t
Dissolution of Co-Partnership,
The c-o-partivi:rsiup of u. iontiib
.'. COM TAN V lathis day dissolved by mutual con
sent. Mr. T Ft. FOHTElt will pay all irll.s against Ui
firm, snd collect all uuisbsuding accoums.
1. FOSTER A CO.
T. R. FOSTKlt A 00. will continue the Busi
ness of the late firm of D. Foster A Co., at tbe
Old Stand. On hand. Oak i- ... Tar. ilteh.
Oskum, Yellow M. i . r. . i -u Nails, Spikes Ac.
Agents for tfchuoners ttarloo, Jenny, Prince, Annie, and
ManuokawaL (Ul it
NEW ZEALAND INS. CO.,
FIRE d MARINE INSURANCE.
Capital : 93.000,000
(With unlimited liability or Shareholder.)
"8EETOT WELL, PROTECT YOURSELF" fhskspesre
INSURANCE AGAINST LOSS BY FIRE.
Of every description ol property may be effected with this
Company at moderate rates.
Merchandise, Goods and Freight Insured
By steamers and sailing vessels. Losses can be made
payable In Ilonohiln.
CASTLE A COOKE,
630 ly Agents for Ilonclnln.
D IRISH MY ABSENCE FKIIH THE II A
WA1IAN Kingdom, Mr. E. T. O'Halloran of No.
31 Port Street Uonolnlu, will act for me under power of
Attorney, In all matters wherein I am ln:erested.
af. 5i !Ni i::.'V
Honolnlu, January Uth, 1877. 827
The Most Wonderful Discovery
jflL G- E! I
CALL AND EXAMINE,
FOR SALE AT A.
Gentlemen intending to Build
OR MAKE ADRITIOKA. tl.TF.lt ITIIIVH,
or repsirs. will Sad It to Uielr Interest to consult
with the uaderslgiied, who will sopplj deslcos, combiulns;
Coasrenlence and Economy, with suitable Architectural
Kmbellisbraent, and goarranteed estimates of Cost.
K OAKLET, inlernallonal Hotel.
Skilled workmen In sll departments sent to an. part of
the Island. :-im
Now is the Time.
rmyo scbscribe for i u.ii oi:m pa-
M. PEKS, commencing; with tbe new year.
Weekly Alia illfonila ,4.00
" BaUetln to
Bern Weakly ate Union ........ 00
These are the rates only when prepaid for one rear.
Wben Mils are sent, one dollar sddlllonsl Is charged oo
each paper. (SJT-Smi U. M WHITNEY.
DIARIES FOR 1877.
f l ST RECEIVED FROM LOIDOS, A
F OF THE CEI.ERKATKIl
LETT'S DIARIES For 1877
la cap, post snd pocket styles
PER STKAxCKR -AUSTRALIA,"
American Excelsior and Perpetual Diaries
In great Tariety, for ladle and gents.
sT Price .ary from 20c Is to ,3.00, according to finish
sod style of binding. If, M. WH1TIET.
AFIEE SETT OF THIS WORK. IO TOIe
UMKr, latest edition. Just reeerred snd for sale by
H. 11. WHITNEY.
For Portland, Oregon.
TUB FAST S I I.I Ml BAItKENTTN'K
a& Jane A. Falkinburg,
HI' BRA 1ST. XsxaSvr.
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Port
For freight and passage apply to
gfj CASTLK A COOKK. Agents.
STEM El JM HUM
HARlHAXT. silt MAKTKR.
Febniarr nth, Mon.lay. IPX.
March .'th. Monday, i P M ... .
March tith. Monday, 5 P M
March in,. Monday. IPX
March 2th. Monday. S P M...
FROM AXD AFTER THIN DATE 6. W.
MACY wUI act for mi In alt matters of business lo
reel re all moneys doe me and all UUs seals st moat s ap
proved by my Attorney before they axe cancelled.
Uonoinin January 19th, 1177.
V-Zm D. W. PAUAHI.
On all Windward Trips the Hteamer wUI lea.a her wharf
st "i ..It trips to Kauai, will teave al 4 r. V. On dsnra
trips the steamer wUI not leare Kawoihae before 10 a. m .
Makena aa per notice on np trip. Msnwsea Bay not ben) re
7 A. st. Any change from tbe above wUI be advertises!.
or !fo Teillt far Ptsasutare Money. -
TlrUets at tttss o .ml...
No berth wUI be considered aa taken until pxtdrts. Not
responsible for onmarked Raggage or ajiy Freight or Par
cel unless receipted for.
Frsig-ht Money Da oa Demand.
ST AneObrtwIll be made to hay. tlie steamer reach
Honolulu on the erenlog of the same day she leavea Man!
8AMUKL O. WILDKK. Agent.
Offle. with Wilder A Co.. corner of Fort A Queen streets
FOR KOLOA & OTHER PORTS ON KAUAI
WUI have regular dispatch for Usual, as shore, until
further notice, Sr Freight and Passengers taken at the
BOLLES A CO., Agents.
P. 8 This vessel has Just been thoroughly repaired
newivreoppered. and put In In perfect order. 9ft
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
C. Brewer A Co. -Agents.
Tsvurtiblo rr.azpaiut can slwar im
mdfoMtw,c ud shipment uf Oil, Bon, Won), llldtiaod
itther Mercfondl to Nvr Rf.lf.nl, Boaton, Xew York nod
.rtter KHsterii Porta. 4a? Ch Advaocv. made.
593-It C BREWER k CO,
KBGrUTj A K
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO!
C. Brewer A Co. Agents.
Merchandise rocalred Slornfr Fret and
hr..-, rn caan tdTancet iiiade on lii,nit'ii t it flihi Una.
5W-ly II BRfiWKR t CO
The Hawaiian Hotel
Under tb maiiasemeot of K. VON ' K in II AKFK.v.
AU DELICACIES HnV TO THE AC.1B
ronntiuitly kept un hand, and aerred to aarpaa tlte
paat, arrest the prpaent, and ritereotrpe the tuture titar.
anteed to -,.i;r- tbe epicure In his wlldeat drvama. Wed -dltura,
Uinaerm, and all other private and public Orura
nlll be execntad In my usual cleTatad style.
ift 3m JL VON OSilUlAKFEN. Manager.
C. BREWER & CO.
Offer (or Sale to Arrive,
PEE AMERICAN SHIP COBIBOA
Si mmr, 01 rt r tssbs h.w.ii;
Isi-OtUB -in frvhate. islam at iMtm, Mmn
lsS.n4k.sxl: I Use rassltee aT tree WW rfilsmrnt! I
nf the itSkSar ef h Sscl
name In Religion) wa. Marts joeephs. ds
,rP. ..:i. -.n.- mrr . S " MMSxyxssxv
canon of notice of the same.
A document, purpnrtlost to he Ires ssa KBI ssxst T.SB.
ron.e.1 rsf th Society of Ih. r-ssterasf tM I
in llormluiu. vh.e n.me .in I
decesued. Using "SI the lltk day of fsbs sy. A. P. 7.
heeu preeaated to said PreSss.. oeart, aass a l.wsss
the prihate thereof, snd Ihe Isasxaacs of Lsrrssra Ts.
nientarr i" Marl SrosaSsrr, whs. k fc I
der tbe nanxe of Jnd.lh. basing been Sled by IK
Klrlnisss : It la beT.be Onleted. ttsxt rkssrassap. a, ess
day of tiarch, A. O. u:T. U I. o'ebac A K. of saM star, at
the i Tjurt Koorn of saal Cour . al Aiaossal Kasssss. as tts.s
tol.i. he. and Ihe saasre la hereby i
proving said will ,n,: hearing I
where any person Interested may eppsssr sasl easasxsx tsa
said Will, sn.l the ranting of I
It ta further ordered. 1 bat resile iasflaf h mnm by
puhlk-atlnn rrr three ssmsssse sr.sas in ta.
(I.sette. a newspaper prints! snd pobitsrssei la I
And II is further Ordered. Ihax cSaartsjsss bss Sjsssast b t.
subscribing witness, lo said w. Ul. aad ta lie bliss af txsa
lislslrtx hi HonoM
Owled Hunoluln, II. I., (ebrasrr l.tk. IgfT.
. .Ignert. . i hxn t-, HSS
i hlef Jisslhs af as I
Attest: Jsto. K. asastsars. rierk. SV1 at
Ciun i r nil st nr TNI yi arrat It
DICIAL i li I IT of tax xlawastsas I si asr
Kanal. sm Sebrasry Teem. A. IX, 1ST;, lgalsba SSe
knaole tri, I.lbellant for DIruice. ts, Mstaaole gTrs l
I n the shove en-ltled libel for dl Torre. It a asew aeaesi
tbat a decree ef dleorce rrosn tb Bs i af ssesssSasssssy ea
entered In fa.or of tba saS-f Mas.be nls. of the, sjjss.
of adultery of the said Makuwle. lo be luaje abatsasl. atler
Ihe expiration of six months from the dale of tf At lee ess. .
upon cnoipllaoce with I j. tarns txssrsjssr. s
cause .ball appear to the contrary.
And tbe Itbell.n. h
of this (inter In tbe cH,.errment liaaelte and (a
new.DHpers. for six
llcatioii lo be within ot BSonth flusa tb. Sals
onler. that all persons I3t.rsss.il I
show cause wlir ssu.1 ile.-ree .bould nset be i
Is.te.1 at NawUlwilt, kbttsl. this :u shxr af rssarasty.
A. P. 1ITT.
By the Court. rutXg BIXPT.
1 --r in
N iwiutriu. Kauai. Februan 1 ISTT,
! hereby certlfr that the foregmig a a irue aSMl MlWM
copy of the original dee re. to -.be slo.e eatitled I
now on fllein the Clerk's in of tbe t.-resdi .-sssrt. Vksarta
Judicial (IrrulL IHANk lUDT,
Ul tt Clerk (".rcuU '.oort 4ih lmmm d
. lor err men I i.axette and K
rasrteesxsTe wsseka, lb. Sis
nay . wltasu six sasssMia.
Ult for IHTore..
J1-, i raSBSXSBXSSSBS ..lb
I, sn stt.-ste.! c.py
P''a?atil 7". sVlKstr
Due In March next, the r -ro ut and
Most Complfte Assortment,
Kver Imported Into this Country, consisting in part ot
Steam Coal, Red Oak Casks, forty gallon each.
Cumharland Coal, .it) IX tttra Tim Ire red Whale boats.
lltrh, Tar, lUsln, Turpentine, Varnlah, Linseed Oil,
Mineral Paint, Lamp Blaclt, 1'uiij , liida i-.,i..,n.
h CHOICE SELECTION OF GROCERIES
Namely : Corn sStarch, Clama. Lemon Hymp,
Ureen Paa, Tomato Ketchup, Mackerel, Potted Meats,
Lobsters, Toniatoes, raus4fe Meat, Oerklns,
Cider Vl-ietfar, Oreen Corn, LA OUaiIX HKAND ;
While Cube Hiuxar, Hock Turtle A Tomato tfoupa.
Barrels and Cases Hail, Kami I j Porlc, tu barrel;
Sperm Candles, Mason's Blackinq,
Gold Leaf TjUicco,
Ox Bows, IX 1 Vi ftId 2 Inches;
A Choico Assortment of FIRE WORKS
Cons Is tins; of Rockeas Ben tr. Las and Roman Caa1a,
An Invoice of ( ut Nails. 3d to 40 ; Oar, Ase Uandlsa.
Hoe Haudk-s, Hand Carts, light aad heavy ;
Cultlvatora, Bide UU1 Plows,
Paris Plows !
Leather Belting, six Inches ; Phirhaak's (Vales,
Runt's natchets, age and shingling, A XKi.
4d Klrets. Babbitt Met.il netnp Twine,
Kiihher I "ac king, l-is inch; llsnp Packtng. ttosdar,
I Ply Rubber Hose, 41 Inch, for garden use :
4 II till O SB. IHllSfS, Vile tollsrs.
Brass w'lreHleves, CeDtnfugal Linings. Qrlndatones.
Bung. Birch and Corn Bmoms. Zinc Wash Boards.
Maynard A Noye'a Ink , Yellow Metal A Hheatblng
New Bedford Cordage. 0 threads !.. It, In 1 Whale Line
An I n vi. ir.- of Kenned Iron, assorted sixes; Norway
A VERY CHOICE SELECTION OF
Consisting of. Rolling Top nftVe I-.ks.
Black Walnut Wardrobes. Library Cases, Hccrs texts.
Ash snd Black Walnut eldeboards.
Ash snd Black Walnut Waahstanris.
Aab aad Black Walnut I HAAIBEsx SETS,
Ladha' Black Walnut Desks.
Ladles' A Oentleman's Eaay A Rocking Chair.
Folding Chairs. Folding Tsbles.
Painted Chamber Seta. Initiation of chestnut and oak ;
Black Carkal Hair, aa aasL f Dlnstng A OfSos ( hairs.
A Well Selected Lot of Dry Goods :
roTBSldn of. Brown A Rleskched Cotton ft abeerkif,
vassal w a H14WUI, VAIUIUBI M II, 11JftlAAU(Oa iTlsxtS,
Pearl River sad Hay Makers' Denias
Ticking Amoskesg Shirting, Brown Flannel,
Bine Drilling. Overalls. Dstilm Pants and tampers,
Plsld Nhlrtx, Palm Leaf Hats. Lawrence Duck,
So. 1 to 10 10
sUven's ditto. Cotton Twins.
MO Cases Pratt's Kerosene Oil,
SW cea Downer's Kerosene OO. Black Wslnn.
Ash Plank, Seats Trunks, Oakum.
eastern keg and barrel shooks ?
Hoop iron. V Kelt lk loch; Caustic Soda, Palm Oil.
The Largest Assortment of Carriages
ever Imported In one n sssj, cesasSasxag of
I Jumpaexu Carryall. 1 Extension Tap Caasrtosss.
1 Canopy Top Basket Phaetons, 1 CarTra Wagon
1 rlprlng Bruwnell Wagoa. 1 Pony Phttlosx
1 Express Wssjnn. 1 Pask Phaeton,
TUB EE OF THOSK JUSTLY
Celebrated Wood's Organs
An Asst. of Beady Made Clothing
fmsTj lb house of Messrs. Isaac Fen no A Co.
An Invoice of XCchtorray': Freab oysters.
A fall sast. of Knowle's Patra. atasx. Pampa, .f oa. j to
All of the Above Merchandise
CAS BEES CABEFVLLY
SELECTED EXPRESSLY for ihi, Market
Purchased far Caah. and will be sold st Very Low
Rates noon reasonable time or LIBERAL
DI8C4179T for Caah
CIB4-I IT I III KT. FIM'SrriS
tbe Hawaiian Islands. Kauai, sa :
a. D. 177. N,, Pnhlteoka ;w . tj
vs. PUhlmoku ik). I.ibellee.
In tbe above entitled ilb.1 for divorce U ss s
that s ilecree of iliynree Imro the bond gg i
entered In nsTor uf Ihe said Mel. Puhiotaka sf Us I
--I tne miiiiierr ol tne seal romrooav, US
lute slier the expiration of i
this .lecree. upon con
leiss sutrlclent casus, shall sppsstf ta tb. contrary.
Ana tne nneiiant is or.srre.1 to t
of this order In theOOIUgtiaxltesiid ts
papers, for six sort es-uvs weeks, Ike first BxtBieraiaeo t.i
be within one mouth from tb. dale of this BiSar. tssM aa
persons Inlereated may. wltbia six mnmsss. ssWse sbsbs.
wl.y said ilc ree sbould not b t
baled at NawiliwlU, Kauai tin ttk
A. D. 197.
By th Cosurt, FRA !f K BlirHT.
Clerk Ctrcuis Cssart sib Jtsdsrhu ctssratt.
Nxwiuwiu. Kaui. fsbtaary ru. isrr.
I hereby certify that Ibe furesjosag ts a trtas sad fa, in fa I
copy of tost original dee re. bs its abav. i.i.IsS asxsxss
now on flle in tb. cierk OfAe. of tb. clresslx ivsn.
Fourth Judicial circuit. FRATIK Ill.MT,
(Ul lit Clerk circuit Court lib .'o
J THE si Pm.H I 1)1 kT o- rue
waltsus Islands, January Term. 1ST?
Catherine Warren, Ubellant, rs T1 aisa W. Wa
Libcllee. Libel for Divorce.
Tnetalay. January lstb, 177.
Oo 'ba bearing of the abav. Libel sr DSessrew, It is I
Dy oruetea mat a aeeree or Olturfs
uiatrlniony be entered In favor ol
Warren, for the cause of wilful said utter ilissnfai Sm
tne term nr tare resit or the said TTossus W. Wa
lo be made absolute after the i rrilrsrssa eg sgg i
rrum the ilate or tbla decree,
terms thereof, unless. .ulTk-len
And tbe Ubellant la ordered sn s
of this order In Its. Ilawal.it (Jasett sssd Ks
papers Inr six weegs. tbe are: puhlhc
w ithin oi.e in. mill from Ihe tlale of I
all persons Interested may within slg month sjarw
caas why said decree should not be masks ahssshate
Hy nle i or tbe (xsars,
mo. r. 1AKMRU
I hereby certify tbat the (bregousg as a usw aasg
copy or tne orannal ilecree ui
now on tile In tbe clerk's ofBc. of tb.
tne IJswstlao Islanda
Aa witness, mi band sjwJ tbe steal of Use I
tout .so uay or January, a. d. 1771
JSC K. BARM AUD.
saw t l.rs I
faUaVassa i oibt or thi iwaiiai a-
. L..NIU4. In probate. Id tb lust'.f US' Lb. saSssSsaf
t uiintc "neong. I.te ..r lit
Itebrn. before ilia Honor A. F.J.
1 ustk-e. Order of nolle, of peUUass S
cesuts. dtacbarge. sod flnsu .iistrssssltosi of laU .
On reading and Sling the petition and sliiiibi ag Ysssag
Bee, executor of rn will of Young ttbaoag. ssa. ssT flsss.
lulu, oaba, deeeaassi, w a. reus ba sssxs S. b. ssTsassssf
C4.7, snd charge nlmself with (SIS1.M, and sast Uaa
lb same may be examined and approved, and that a g-sal
order ruuy be made of distribution of tbe procwrty r
i-"-' ...s uses to to. ps ississs tnerei
dbM-harglng him sad bis sureties from .11 f
slblllty as '-ucn executor.
It ordered, thai FRIDAY. IS. TJd cksy of Pi-Rat t.
KT, A. D. 1.77. at ten o clock a. sx.. befbsw the sssM Jsss,
ure, sitnsisMfs, m tne t otirt llo.u
and th. same hereby la appointed aa
lor nesrin salt! petitions and
sons Interested mav then S.
cause, if any they have, wky lb.
irstiusi, anu may pre,en:ev
hi in. sum pmperty. .....
and Hawaiian languages, be published la Us. 1
.en. an, I KUOgoa newspapers printed snd published n
Honolulu, for three succesniv. ks prevksa SB gx SsT.
therein appointed for said hearing
iward a. Honolulu, H. I . that Or) cksy Jsmbary, a 0177
A. KK.V M im JV.D.
J -jitc or tne i
Js k Ksajrsan. cwrk of tb
ass entrrxw esssss.
-uprem. Cwsr. of
luprssn Cour I
. at HostelsUe.
ttsM ssxst psasw
snd UuM sA rsr
appear ss) sAssw
s to WW a. casSSi.il
IjJl FRF.HK 1(11 BT OF THE HAWAIIAN I
aTry l.AM . In protest. 1 xf fklsr. Msrsrssaxs
Isnds. la the matter of tbe Kyyeit of Jobjs W'Jrsaassx,
ceaassl. order appssbitrxsg Usxs. toe - af WSR a
illre,.ln nohl L. ..-, ... .1 . .w
A document, nurmrtiti. s tw. I... .
John WlUUnu; decesussd. aavlssg sss skw SHksg ssT
a peUUoa for Ihe probate tbereref. sssd SsT n,
lettera testamentary lo Mark P til lisss ssssssst sassa
been Sled hy raid Mark P. BsshsfraosZ
It Is hereby ordered, lhat FK.1I.. Y. Uss sswsassatA sarv
ot KEBKCAIIY, A. D. 17. at 10 o'clock, a. ...of
. ...... . ... ,n, . m . iu i, eioea, s, tl ss. assy
al :h,t o ir: It... n r.f ol i .j... .. u ii . . .
same is.ber.-hi spj oinled the time for pro. lag ssasl l
snd bearing said sppllcalioo when aad wb.e. aay psres.
lutere.te.1 may appear sad csHstssM Use SSSS wS sassl rb.
granting ,.f letters lestan.entary.
It bs further ordered, that notice Usareof b. gtssss s,
publication for thr .isnsssslii wssska. Ut tb pTa.sssss
(laaette a ne.sp.per printed and p.WkskssI BS Bastotsua.
And It Is further ordered, that rtui llsas ts ssssssst sa Uss
surxrrlblng witness, to said will, and aa th hsat. af la.
testator In Hnnolalu, to sppear a. Ibe ass. s.psSali I
Lsxlssl Honolulu. II. I . Isssor SM ss.
x.s. a. rauxcwjcoD.
J' st. lUa.v.aii. clarh.
r. BKEWEB C0.
Ex " R. CsWylie" and
THE L.NDEKaiGXED HAV.'SG slBCSITlO
is now jishxisu lo do
PORTRAITS OR VIEWS!
Jfcsi ReaeonaU, Trvu,
And hope, uy stU'ntloo to boslrsss tod
Isk, to deserve 'he rmtrnnsjsrii of th.
ma be able to please th.
For Sale, New Frames,
lo great Ysrlet;, nd at tbe lowest nmSu.g urUmt,
ws asxa oo Fur; street, HootVala.
M. U CHASE.
One Hundred Years.
1 1' asTjBca. a
volum. tM i---.. .
otsA aux sasarrsmaaUL. Pessas.
V lm ml M. a,nir
j isAra AaaiYits-
The Far.hly Parasha. by WsTaasSS Morris, I vasav
Cntennsal HsUory of the "--lsl-T."
SuSi" HoBM- hy Or. BxvS,
w rtmt-1tTtm Tlrtsassi faV .
Ftvs Wstkx la a Malawi. Jdass v.sw'
pe Prim Miahxer-41 aawsa.
Cvery Cay Topics, hy Dr. Fsthyil
Plymouth traisr.il sax Hyaxs sxxi Taassa.
ort Battle, of the Brittsh Sswy
Th Ureal Bonans, "
Kay Fsximer s Po.tlesd WssSxa.
For SfJ. by
H. k. sTHrmrY