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SOTES OF TRK WEEK.
t Tfctre will b . meeting of tbe Y. M. C. A.
Tliursday ermine t the Lyccom.
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Anyone baring lost a canary-bird recently
may receive Information which shall lead to it re
covery by applying at this office.
BT Bark Mary Belle Roberta left San Francisco
for this port on January IT, with a fnll carco, and
taSTdayaont She baa a mail.
ST Bark Helen W. A I my arrived at San Fran
cisco on January SO, thirteen daya from Honolulu, ,
followed on the SIHb by tbe D. C. Murray, 16 daya
paomire. Barltenllne Discovery arrived oTcron tbe I
Sod iuataut, 14 daya from tbia port. She la to re- ;
turn here in command of Caiitain Shepherd.
Hawaii Ship. The ahip Beogola which ar
rived here some time since from Tahiti, au yes
terday registered under the Hawaiian Bag, taking the
name of Surprise. Sbe will leave tbls afternoon In
ballast for San Francisco, under command of Cap
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Rev. H II Pakkeu Among others of onr friends
tiHim we were nappy to welcome back on Sanday
last from lorclgn lands, was the popnlar pastor of
the Kawaiabao Church of tbia city, who appears to
be io fine bealtb. He reaunird bis work immedi
ately upon bis arrival by occupying hi pulpit again,
preaebing at noon and iu the ereniug to large
and augbly lulercated aadieueei-.
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Came or to Delat The non arrival of the
mail steamer at the nun! time, was caused by her
having to wait in San Francisco lor the English
mails, which arrived late Saturday ereniug, inatead
of in the middle of the week. This delay was ow
ing to tbe atonuy weather on the Atlantic, tbe mail
aieami-r being fourteen days in making tbe pass
Amateiu Theatkicaus A tiertorroance was
given on Saturday evening by a number of Honolu
lu amateurs at the Royal Hawaiian Theater, in aid
o a charitable object, which may be characterized
both financially and otherwise aa a perfect auccess.
Tbe bonee was well tilled, and the acting generally
i very good, indeed in aeveral iuatancea which we
might Ajieelfyit would have been creditable to pro
fessionais. In our cbrouic dearth ui all ainuae
menu of tbls kind, it would be a blessing to the
community if these performances could be given
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K The newly-appointed Commission to "de
velop tnc resources of the Kingdom, " will tuke
Imssage next week for Mabukoua, Hawaii, iu H. B.
Majesty's steamer Fantome. Messrs. Carter, Ka
ena and Makee will be accompanied with Major
Wodebouse ; and it is probable that some assist
ance will be rendered to the Commission by the
officers of the war ship, in sounding along the
coast. The entire circuit of Hawaii will be made
during tbls trip, if practicable.
Run or the Zealandia. As the last trip down of
the steamer Zealandia was the quickest on record,
we appcud herewith the record of each day's run.
Had the veaael left earlier in the dav she would un-
; doubtedly have reached port in seven days, for
during Saturday night she slowed down in order to
arrive about daybreak. The following ia her run
from 10:30 Saturday night, February 3rd, to 4
o'clock Sunday morning, February 11th.
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Jem Mace. Tbia distinguished champion of the
prize ring passed through our city on Sunday last,
being one of the passengers on the stesmer Zealan
dia, en route for Sydney. He is a thick set, hurley
fellow, with au enormous breadth of shoulder, and
tbe neck of t boll. To use tbe words of a San
Fraucisco piper " be has battered into subjection
every preaumplious adversary that lias risen before
him In tbe prize-ring and stauds on the pinnacle of
bis profession the example of a muu who has attain
ed tbe utmost limit of bis profession, with no con
ceivable purpose of living longer at the present
stage of human development." He exhibited to us
tbe Cbampiou Belt of the World, which be now
bolda. It consists of a broad leather belt, nearly
covered with heavy plates of silver, on which are
represented vsrlous scenes and devtcea. He also
ossesscks number of gold and silver medals and
teatimonials which have been presented to him by
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Race in a Calm. A correspondent wbo was a
passenger on board the Nettle on ber trip up last
Thursday morning, sends os an account of the
manner in which sbe left the schooner Bonsnzi
behind. Tbe Nettie left the wharf ten minutes after
the BonauES, both schooueis with every sail set,
but owing to the light breeze which prevailed, the
latter vessel dropped anchor after getting outside,
and tbe Nettie passed her. The breeze then died
away woolly, and tbe vessels lay motionless, as if
on mirror of glass. About noon a gentle breeze
sprung np from the E. N. E. and tbe Bonanza again
aet sail and bulcd np ber nchor, and tbe trial
began. Tbe two vessels were now about half a
mile apart, the Nettie being ahead. At first ber
adversary gained ou ber, but Captain Crane crowd
ed on every possible stitch of csnvass, and soon tbe
gap between them widened, and by six o'clock in
the evening they were at least five miles apart, the
Nettie Merrill being off Coco Head and tbe Bo
nanza about opposite Diamond Head. If a stiff
breeze Usd been blowing the resnlt would possibly
have been quite different, but it may be accepted as
a fact that. In a calm, tbe Lihaina yacht will beat
anything abort of steam in these watera.
Death or Captain Ferbies James S. Ferries,
tbe late popular commander of the Pacific Mail
Steamship Zealandia, died suddenly at ten minutes
past b o'clock on the evening of Thursday, tbe 8th
Instant, a little more uian two days before reaching
Honolulu. He was Dttlve of Morayshire, Scot
lsnd, snd wis the second son of the Rer. Mr.
' Fen ies, late pariab minister of Edinkillie. At the
time of Ills decease be was ibont thirty-seven yeirs
of age, but although so yonng be possesaed tbe
fullest confidence of tbe Compa.iy In whose service
be wri He formerly commanded the steamship
Tartar, io Hall's Hue, bot joined tbe Zealandia pre
vious to ber launch iu 1875, and has been in com
mand of ber ever since. Soon after arriving in San
Francisco, ou bis last trip over, be took a severe
cold, and was confined to tbe house for aeveral
days previous to the sailing of the steamer. His
death I supposed to bare resulted from heart di
sease. ggravated by the cold. Tbe funeral proces
sion formed on the wharf at two o'clock on Sunday
afternoon, and proceeded to tbe English Church,
where Bishop Willis read the buriil service, and
tbe body was then followed to tbe cemetery la
Nuuanu Valley by the greater part of tb Zea
landia's passengers and crew, and by large numbers
ol citizens. Captain Ferries leave a wife and three
children, wbo are residing in Forres, Morayshire.
During Sanday all tbe flags on tbe shipping In port,
ss well as from tbe flagstaff on shore, were dis
played at half-mast.
8arrBiTT Life Ibscb.nce Compakt. We are
sorry to learn that this company, of which Mr. M.
Mclnernv is agent for this city, has recently failed,
and will probably not be able to pay to policy
holders more than thirty-three per cent of tbe value
or their policies. It was organized in 1863, and bad
at lime been quite active in securing business. In
eight yean alter It commenced business, it was at
the height of its power. It issued during that year
S,a9k policies, insuring $14,088,498, and at tbe end
of that year it had over thirty-seven millions of in
surance In force. Tbe Company can hardly be said
to have been in prosperous condition since that
time. Its Income bat steadily decreased and It in
surance tailing off. At tbe beginning of this yer
it assets were claimed to be 3,6SS,186.25, and It
has in force 9,348 policies, Insuring $30,617,268. It
will be aeen that the amount of insurance lu force
is but a trifle over one-half what It was in 1870.
There are quite a number of policies iu this comp
any held by citizens of this Kingdom, for whom the
outlook is not encouraging. Tbe failure will be
most keenly felt by those wbo have endowment poli
cies maturing soon. Says the New York Independ
ent: "Thl failure of the Security does not In tbe
least abake onr faith io life insurance. We abowed
only last week the tremendous financial strength of
tbe life companies. That a life insurance company
occasionally gets Into trouble or Is nnsnccessful In
basines 1 no more wonder than that aavings
bank doea. Our faith in both classes of institutions
is aa great to-day a It ever was.
Accession Dat. February 12th, which came on
Monday last, was the third anniversary of the Ac
cession of His Majeaty to the throne. Tbe event
was noticed by a eeneral display offbunilog In towu
and in tbe harbor, and by a aalute at noon from the
Punchbowl battery. The volunteer companies, un
der tbe command of the King, turned out for a
parade, accompanied by the band.
A Btormt Month Last month ws especially
remarkable on the Atlantic for stormy weather.
It is reported that over two hundred vessels were
lost ou tbe English coast during tbe month. Among
them we note tbe name of tbe ahip tieorge Green
loaded with guauo, and commanded by Captain
Wilcox, wbo Is well known lu tbls place. It Is
supposed tbat all bauda were lost. Tbe only body
recovered was tbat or tbe Captain's wile, wbich
Chinese New Tear Yesterday tbe 12th Inst, was
the first day of the new year according to the
calendar of our celestial Irieuds, and lu accordance
with their usual custom tbe mcrcbanta of town
kept their hack dooraopeo, and cordially welcomed
all their friends who chose to come aud partake of
their hoapltality. As usukl too, gay lanterns swung
from tbe balconies, and tbe noise of fire crackers
and other explosives at frequent intervals filled the
"The Oldest Paper in the ,'acipic." The
Editor or the Friend, with his habitual literary
energy, bas just got out an Index Bf his valuable
perennial journal, covering Ibe kat twenty-five
years. This series of twenty-live volumes, reach
ing from the year 1853, to the end of 1676 may be
had upou application to the Editor, at the very
etieap rate of one dollar per volume, unbound. A
complete set of tbe Friend from tbe beginning of its
publication iu the year 1843, to tbe present time is
worth its weight in sliver, it being impossible to
procure It. It constitutes the lullest history of the
Pacific to be found anywhere iu the world, em
bracing as it does a period of tblrty-four years.
We trust that Father Damon may live to get out
tbe iudex for the next twenty-five years.
Loss of the ship Aba I red ale. From a letter
written by the Kev. J. Kekela of the Marquesas Is
lands, to tbe Rev. J. F. Pogne, dated Hivaoa, No
vember 187G, we receive information in regard to
tbe loss of tbe iiou ship Ada Iredale while on tbe
way from Liverpool to San Francisco. When in
Latitude 13' 30' South, and Longitude 108' 20' on
the 15th of October la6t, her cargo of coal was dis
covered to be on fire, and all efforts to extinguish it
being unavailing the crew took to the boats aud
headed lor tbe Marquesas tcroup, from which they
were then distant some 2300 miles. Tbe survivors,
twenty-two iu number, readied Hivaoa after a voy
age or twenty-six days, on the 9th of November.
When they landed they were extremely weak from
hunger and exhaustion, but through the kind at
tention of Mr. and Mrs. Kekela they were all re
stored to health, and left by the earliest opportuni
ty for Sou Fraucisco.
Another Instance. Tbe new Government hss
again shown Its good sense by concluding a bar
gain with Mrs. Hillebrand for a transfer of the
lenses held by her of tbe upper part of Nuuanu
Valley. This will terminate the disgraceful "Cow
puslure Nulsuncc," which the Honolulu Press has
for so long a time labored to abate. If tbe neces
sary precautions are taken to prevent tbe trespass
of animals, as wc doubt not will be done, a jungle
will soon sprinir up which will do much to prevent
the anuil drying up of the Nuuanu Stream. We
understand tbat possession will be given at an early
date. Tbe price paid was (10,000. Measures will
soon be instituted reiutive to tbe construction of a
new reservoir some distance above the present one,
in which au additional supply of water may be
stored, and by means of ffhlch the residences above
the upper bridge may be furnished with water.
Up to the present time the fall of rain has been ten
iuebe less than the average, and the proapecta are
that we ahall have au unnsuully dry summer. If
this is to be the case we caunot begin too soon to
prepare for It.
meat of some of tbe dams of the canal on'Costa Rican
territory. Tbe features of this treaty are practically
tb aim's at those of the treaty with Nicaragua.
New York. January JlsL Tb Tim' Washing
ton eermpoodant says : Grant's racoaamendalion for
peeis payment! meet! with little noouragemtnt in
Congress. It it not regarded with anything nor
nearly approaching approval than almost entire Indif
ference by mora than a doten men. A few realise
the importance of the opportunity, but until the
count of the Electoral vote it completed the subjeet
eanno seenre a hearing. Whoa it doea come up, the
old difficulty of gettin those who have the end in
view to agree upon any one method of sasnriog it,
will stand in the way nf it. Any action by this Con
press to aid in hastening specie payment cannot be
hoped for, and tbe Preaident ia deprived of the tap:
port, which ought to be earnestly given him by the
laar-makiag power, ami mult be content, with making
an official record of bis viewa and opinion. He baa
moat earnestly desired to sec apeeia payment reaomed
during bit administration, and it is a great misfor
tune that he will not be able, by reason or the ineffi
ciency of Ihe law-making power, to bring that end to
Liverpool, January 29. The Pott's London special
says : Colonel Gordon, the explorer, who returned
from bis expedition into tbe interior of Africa under
tbe auspice! of the Khedive, and who arrived in
England a few days ago, has already received an
urgent aommnnt from the Khedive to return to
Egypt. He has presented the Royal Geographical
Society with valuable original napa whiob hebruught
baek from equatorial Africa, end has promised to
contribute a paper of great interest.
The Standard's Berlin correspondent aays : It is
reported in semi-ofnoial quarters tbat the I'owera re
cently exchanged communications respecting the
eventuality of a vaeaney on the throne of St. Peter.
It ia said the Catbolie Powers have engaged to make
tbe atrieteat use of their ancient prerogative to in
sure regularity in tbe election of a successor to Pius
London, January 31. A Belgrade dispatch to tba
Times reports that Prince Milan on Monday rsaeived
a telegram trom Midhat Palba, proposing aoma
modifioationa of tba Turkish propoaals to whiob Ser
via had objected, and suggesting tbat all tbe future
negotiation! relative to details of arrangement be
carried on in Constantinople. Russian influenee ap
pears to be perfectly quiesesnt at present. It it
quite possible tbat Knaaia make no oppoaition to
Servia'a concluding a peace with the intention
of declaring, in tbe event of war, tbat Servia is
mutually Turkish territory, and invading Servia
through Tioiok and Morava valleys, and puahing on
to Sophia. In Bach ease all tbo Servians who are
worth having oould join the Russian ranks, without
the Servian Government committing itself in favor
of either belligerent.
The Standard's Vionna special tiyt : The Porte
hat dropped its claim for arrears of Servian tribute
Forty thousand voluoteera are being coileoted at
Moaul, Asiatic Turkey, .o be Beat to Kara.
London, January 30. The St. I'otertburg corres
pondent of the Times, in a letter daie'l January 22 J,
aays : Tbe Csar'a Moacow speech certainly remains
unqualified by any later declaration, but at Ibe same
time it ia evident, judging by the tone of society in
St. Petersburg and Moscow, as well aa by that of
publie opinion in general, tbat tbia famoua speech,
although not officially retracted, is virtually with
drawn. Tbe argument adduced by members of Rus
sian Society in justification of thit course is tbat Eu
rope having interfered, and the Confereoae having
failed, Kuaaia, notwithstanding what the Emperor
aaid at Moscow, ia relieved from individual responsi
bility. With regard t tbe preparations of tba army
in Beaaarable, mobiiiaation baa failed, and ihe army
ia in anything but a aatisfaetory condition. Uaviug
lived in this country during tbe whole course of tbe
present crisis, and baring carefully watohed both
here and at Moaoow, and hearing tbe drift of publie
opinion, I unhesitatingly deolare my convietiona tbat
the Emperor desires to have an excuse for not going
Berlin, February 2. Greece, it la reported, has
notified her representatives abroad that Comoun-
douris. President of the Council, has intimated to tbe
! Marquis of Salisbury that in view of the failure of
tbe Conference and the prospect of oootinued misrule
I and unredreaaed grievances, tbe Government eannot
I longer undertake to raatrain the Greek population in
Turkey from seeking to obtain their rights by their
I own efforta.
Conatantinople, Feb. 2. The impression bare ia
; that an understanding will be reached with Servia on
; an ante helium bosia, and with Moutenegro on alight
I territorial eoncestionl.
London Feb. 2. John Crotsley, Member of Par
! liament for Halifax, is about to resign bis teat and
j also the chairmanship of the large manufacturing
! oompany of John Croaaley A Sons, limited, and the
chairmanship of tbe Halifax Commercial Banking
! Company. Tbe Telegraph says these concerns are
I not involved in Croltley'a embarraasraentl. The Fi
nancier aays be loat between $3,000,000 and $1,000,
000 in operations connected with the formation o f
aPebrsawrr Terns of the i'lrcttl t C'wsar
For the Fourth JudleJ! Circuit, was held at Na
wlliwili, Kauai, beginning Tuesday, Feb. 6th, by
Juttioa McCully and Circuit Jodge Mr. MeBryde.
W. 0. Smith, Deputy of tbo Attorney General,
prosecuting for the Crown.
Tb King rt. Roolaamakani, k., indicted for Mo
nioul entry. Sentenced to 09 year's imprisonment.
J. Kauai for defence.
The King vs. Keliinui, k., adultery, not guilty
J. Kauai for defence.
The King vs. Xaaiktmanus, assault on female
child, verdict not guilty. I. K. Hart for defence.
The King vs. Pakana, chin., furniabiag intoxicat
ing drink; Appeal withdrawn.
The King rs. Adainu, chin., indicted for furnish,
ing opium. Sentenced to two moolh'a imprisonment
at hard labor.
The King vs. Akens, like charge, plea and len
Tb King rt. Francisco Nicolas, indicted for an as
sault with a knife, verdict not guilty. R. t. Bicker'
ton for defendant.
The King vt. Ain, chin., indicted for obstrncting
tnd preventing juttice by bribing witnetset, verdict
guilty, and sentenced to nine month's imprisonment.
I. K. Hart for defence.
The King vt. Kanu. larceny, verdict goil'.y, sen
tenced to four month's Imprisonment and fine of $10.
J. Kauai for defence.
Tbe King vt. John Leber, indicted for an attault
with a knife, verdict of guilty with recommendation
to mercy of the court, aenteneed to two month s im
prisonment witb a fine of $25.
In the matter of Ainaiki, petition to quiet title,
continued tu next term on account of the death of a
Paiekabell va. Kaikuana, appeal case, withdrawn.
Kearoe vs. A. Kit, et all. action for wrongful levy.
Jury waived, judgment for plaintiff for $200.
Kapna vs. Abui, aetion for malioioua prosecution,
case dismissed for went of jurisdiction in tb lower
lioli vt. Hatnala, appeal ease, withdrawn.
Moeaoao w. vt. Hapaumi, k., divorce, continual
decree of divorce granted.
Mele vt. Puhiaumoku, k., divorce, continual de
Maleko w. va. Haknole, k., divorce, eoatinual de
Nihokobi w. vt. Wahinikiai, k., divorce, continual
Kahaleanu k. vt. Haehae w., divorce, continual
LATE FOREIGN NEWS !
New York. January 29. Tbe Mutual Life Ioiur
auoe Couipanjr of Newark, New Jertej, hai gune out
of bufineos. Its 13.00U polit-v holdere hare been re
ioHured in the National Capital Life Insurance Comp
any of Washington.
Newark, N. J., January 29. The Secretary of
State report that ibe New Jersey Life Insurance
Company is orcr $4,000,000 ihort, and bas applied
for a receiver. He doe not recogoiie the transfer
to the National Capital Life Insurance Company.
New York, January 30. The Tribune's Washing
ton correspondent ays : Betting men arc now offer
ing heavy odds that the election of Hayes will be
autaouDceu by the ''m-n.--. One bei: was made
i to day of $500 against $200. Another bet at the odds
of two to oue w4 given up by the Hayes party, tbe
Tilden man paying one-half of his stake to be let off.
The Herali's Washington special says : A great
crowd is gathering in Washington to witness the
counting of the Electoral rote. The hotels are full,
and every train brings accessions to the throng of
sight seers. Maay, doubtless, will watt orer for tbe
ioauguration ceremony in March, so that the capital
bids fair to present a lively aspect during the ensuing
Chicago, January 30. The Journal's Washington
special says : Republicans are congratulating them
selves tbat the House Democrats have not selected
their ablest men, and that for legal ability the Re
publican members are far superior.
New York, January 30th. A cable special an
nounces that the American ship Dakota from New
Orleans for Liverpool, when about 400 miles north
west from tbe Azores, was struck by lightning and
burned. Tbe Captain, bis wife and two children,
and crew were rescued and taken to Fayal after
being four days in open boats.
Concord, N. H., January 30th. Tbe Trustees of
Dartmouth College to-day elected Rev. Samuel U.
lSartiett, Chicago. President of the College.
New York, January 31st. Indictments for em
bezzlement and perjury against the officers of tbe
Security Life Insurance Company art expected from
the grand jury at an early day.
Washington, January .list. Tbe Commissioner of
Internal Revenue has issued a circular concerning
aipuru iu me niwiuio i.sioa5, in wnica (Jul lee tors
of Internal Revenue are requested to notify at once
the exporters of their respective districts of regula
tion presented by the Hawaiian Government fur the
entry of all goods of tbe growth, produce or the ma
nufacture of the United, States which aresbipped from
ports of the United States for free entry into the Ha
waiian Islands, under the convention for commercial
reciprocity between the United States and the King
of said Islands. As the oath to invoices is to he
taken before a Hawaiian Consul, and as such offi
cers are probably appointed only for tbe principal
ports of export of the United States, the attention of
exporters who do not lire at sneh ports, and whe do
not purpose to go thither for the purpose of making
such affidavit, is called to the necessity of being re
presented at inch ports by agents competent to make
the required oath.
Chicago, January 31st. The Journal'.- Washing
ton special sayi. The Electoral Tribunal hai or
ganized tn the Supreme Court room Justice Clifford
presiding, and will proceed to whatever business
may be assigned it by the Joint Convention to-morrow.
The Electoral Tribunal holds another session
this atternoon at 4 o'clock. The proceedings will be
regarded as confidential nntil otherwise ordered.
The Republican National Committee bare engaged
as leading counsel Wm. M. Evarts, E. W. Stoughton,
Stanley Matthew, and S. S. Shellebarger. These
gentlemen are all here except Stoughton, who is ex
pected to-morrow. They are authorised to call in
the assistance of such other lawyers as may be fami
liar with the Florida and Lousiana eases. Among
those mentioned in tbe latter connection are Gen.
Lew Wallace. W. E. Chandler and Kx-Attorner-Gen.
Williams. The National Committee, or such ot its
members as are in the oity, were in consultation witb
counsel to-day. Colonel R. G. Ingersoll could not
serve on account of precious pressing professional en
New York, January 31st. The Tribune'i Wash
ington special says : The Intor -oceanic Canal treaty
with Nicaragua has not yet Veen signed, though
copies hare been furnished to tbe Senate Committee
on Foreign Relations, and tbe formally executed do
cument will be transmitted in a few days. Don Adam
Cardenas, the Nicaraguan Commissioner, is still in
the city, aud as soon as the treaty is ligned will de
part to secure tbe necessary ratification by the Nica
raguan Senate, which will be in session until March.
A treaty has also been negotiated with the Costa
Rican Gorerument, through Senor Don Yineente
Dardaa, this being necessary on account of the abut-
IIOKNES I'AsJTl BED ADJOINISn
UK A HOC Hursts will be r.-celved and deliv
ered dally, before 8 a. at. abd after 4 r. af.
fill lm A. .-I ME It.
Wanted to Loan.
FROM S TO 86000 TK I M' FUNDS ON tSOOD
security. Apply to
629.U J.O. DICKSON or A. F. JUOD.
THE UNDERSIGNED It VI; BEEN AF
FOISTED admlnlatrator of the estate of Akl, tale
of Walalua. Oalio, gives notice : all persons Indebted to
aald Akl, deceased, to pay tbe some to tbe undersigned ;
and all having claims on aald estate, to preaeot the AAme
within six months from dau or they will be forever
barred. H. O. CKABBE. Administrator.
Hoiioluln. January 25. 1.77. J9 3t
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS HIS SER
VICES to the public, as collector of accounta, aa
well as copyiAt, etc. All buaJnesH entrusted to him will be
attended tu with diapatch, fidi-llty and accuracy. Office
with Cecil Brown l.sq.. Kaabnmaiiu street
2-aiu R. W. LAINK,
C. WALLER, Proprietor
King Htrcet, SlOlj Honolulu
E. O. HITCHCOCK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, HTLO, HAWAII.
o-10j Bills Promptly Collected. ly
CO. IIOI'FNf III 14. I K A CO.,
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Honolulu, Oalin, B. I. osM ly
BREWER & CO.
I u. a. r. ciRTta, 1
P. C. JONES, A, V
f 2. Da aatwia. )
SHIPPING t COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
ut Honolulu, Hawaiian Island!. r
SAM'L C. WILDER,
Hawaiian Steamer KILATTEA!
I.. H ARCH ANT -
Sailing Days as per Schedule !
Unlet! Otherwit Advertised.
TICKETS ONLY AT THE OFFICE
FREIGHT BILLS DUE ON DEMAND
3iu dtd OFFICE WITH WILDER A C.
THE CJILG- I
FINE BRITISH IRON SHIP !
era. hi m n as
VOTirK is HEREBY UIVEIV TO AM,
XI Persons, tbat at a nieetftiKon the 17th day Jaiiuarv
1877. or wunscrtbers to trie to k of the HAWAIIAN
AiiHia'ln KAl,(U)ll,A., u was vot.'rt to aeeebi a
Charter "of Incorporatiou grained to them, and their Anso-
OHM and Successors, under the corporate name and style
of the HAWAIIAN AGKICULTI.'HAL COMPANY, on the
"d day of Decemba-r. A. D. 1876. aod that the corporation
under a&Jd Charter thereupon oiYanixed itself and elected
: ri.orU.g named OtBcers or the Company, vis :
Chai B Buifor President
HAP Cabtbi. a.- Vice President
P C Joans, Jb ....Treasurer
J J) Brkwkb...... ...... ......... .Ssfcretarr
J O Domjnis mmnymj ,M Auditor
Notice is further given that pursuant to tbe terms of
said ChurtP-r " no Stockholder shall Individually be liable
for the debts of the corporation beyond the amount which
shall be due upon the share or sharea held or owned by
himself. r,j-u J. D. BBBWER, Secretary.
CITIZE1VM A IN" I AESIDEiVrS OF IIONO
LULC, Visiting Friends and Strangers generally are
cordially Invited to attend Public Worship at FORT BT.
CHURCH, where Services are held every Sabbath at II
o'clock A. M., and "H P. M. Seats are provided for all
who maybe pleased to attend. There la a Wednesday
evening Prayer Meeting at 1 o'clock In the Lecture
Boom, to which a) I are welcome. VIA ly
That well-aUed mill Nil I tablet Star
for a retail ur w boles" le boalneas la Odd Fellowa
lall. Apply to
W. C. PARKE,
J. O. Carter, S-Traataa.
Or A. H. CUEOHOKN
Honolulu. Oct. 24, 1176. (1 J-tf
Fruits Prepared by tbe Alden Process
PEARS, OF DIFFKBEXT VARIETIES :
Plums, ate., Ac For Sale by
BOIXE8 A CO.
SUGAR MACHINERY !
THE FXDERSieNED tuaa Jl'NT KECCIVEO
per Mail from the celebrated
GloMgoxe Iron Work of
Messrs Mirlees, Tail, and Watson,
Exact parUcoiani of the coat of
Of seventeen different capacities ruofflnf
lOSO lbs. Saurajr In 10 Hour at si Coat of 370,
to a Flrat-claaa Vacuum Pan Plant
to Hake IS Tama r aurar in 10
Honrs at a Coal of 1.470,
dcllvcrtHl In allaasxow.
The undersigned are prepared u recetre order for
such machinery, and to arrant e for freight on tame to ba
ablpped by a New frost Clipper Skip now bolldln
In tbe Clyde of 100 tons harden, to
leare Olaasyow or about the 13 tb at
!. B. Orders for all kinds ot Xachlr.ery and other
Eorooean merchandise to ba ablpped by the Above nail
Bhoaui be aent to the undersigned during the month of
September or not later than October loth. kr Kau of
freight arranged for.
CI -3m F. T. LEX EH AN Co.
JjllBfE NEW STYLES OF PBIXTS,
Bin Striped Denims, Velret Carpets A Rags,
Hassocks Pilot Clothing, Towels, Counterpanes,
White Moleskins, Skirts, Grenadines,
Scarves and Ties, Silk Umbrellas, Blankets,
Crimean, Oxford and Regatta ShirU,
Flannels, Tweedi, Poncho',
SADDLES AND BRIDLES
Swiss Mulls. Printed Lawn,
Waterproof Clothing, Victoria Lawns,
Book Muslins, Lace Curtains,
Bags, Bagging, Canvas,
Twin, Leather Belting, Paint, Oils, Pipes,
Wire Rope, Corrugated Roofing,
Blue Mottled Soap, Galvanised and Tinware,
Fencing Wire, Hoop Iron, Hollow!,
Charcoal Irons, 0-os', Cutlery, Bsr Iron,
Le A Perrin's Sane.
JAMS AND JELLIES
HenDstsy'i, MtrUU'i and Robin's Brand', io caski
and eases ;
Fine Sherry, in quarter easks and easts.
Gener, Whiskey, Rom, Hook, Moselle, Alcohol, Ac
Blood W olfe k Go's k Bus Pale Ale
Edmund's Pig Brand Porter,
Bouchet't Napoleon Cabinet Champagne,
LaJande'a Bad Bar Olaret, Danville's Whisky.
Boord's Winei and Spirits,
Silicate Paint Co's Paints !
By E. P. ADAMS.
POWELL DUFFRYN'S STEAM COAL
WESTON'S CENTRIFUGALS I ENGINES
And to Arrive, McOnie's Clariflers t
FOB SALE BT
REGULAR CASH SALE !
ON THTJR8DAY, - - - FEB. 15th,
At aalf-paart A.M.. a MUlsl,
ASST. OF NEW GOODS
Pis Prints, Muslins. Lin Drill.
Brown Cottons, Whit Cottons, Merino,
Victoria Lawns, Silk Handkerchiefs,
Hemmed Lioen Handkerchiefs,
Harvard Shirts, Fancy Flannel Overshirts.
Turkish Towel for Bathing.
Blankets, White Shirts, Amosteag Denims,
Amotkug Stripes, Cotton Drill, Brilliants,
Merino end Cotton Underahirt.
Fall aud Straw Hals, Ldit' Hot,
Men's Socks, Bridles and Bits,
Etc., Etc., Rt.
Teatt Powder, Sardines, Wrapping Paper,
Soda Crackers, Clothes Pint, Haas,
Bacon, Candles, Pickles, Tobsceo,
Cigars, Pia Tea, Oysters,
Salt, Pes Nut 011,
Wash Blue, Pain Kilter,
Also, Crushed Sugar.
K. P. ADAMS. AtsarTr.
PASTURE LANDS !
In Koolaupoko, Oahu.
By onler of C T Gullck. Eaq. Eierutor of the will of H
H Sawyer, deceased, I snail olfer at public auction,
ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17,
At It o'clock, noon, at my Sales Room, La Honolulu,
The Valuable Property
belonging to Mid estate, sftimo In Kootatrpoko, oahu,
and deacribed aa follows, vts :
First, tbat Certain Piece or Faroel of Land
Commencing at a point near Wajkane, aa per surrey of
C J Lynn, and called lot No. - and running north 50 X'
west 100 feet ; south 72. west 172 ft; and ' SO', east Mi
ft : north WJ 40 east 9Z& ft : uorth M OV, eaat ft ,
south 40 Sty. eaat 455 ft : north &3 50', east SI ft ; north
34 34' west 633 It, to initial point ; containing an area of 31
With the Buildings and Improvements
thereon, the same consisting of one dwelling bouse, 5
rooms ; dining rtMjm Khd co-ik bouse, store house ana out
house with all the furniture therein, constating of beds,
tables, chairs. Ac
A portion of this land, say IB acres, la under lease for
tire years, from Jan. t, 175, there being three years yet
to run, at $130 per year, payable semi-annually, in ad
vance. Nearly the wbo!e of this land Is susceptible
of cultivation for rice, aa there Is a sufficiency of water for
the purpose, and It is really a floe opportunity for cultiva
Tills parcel will be put up st auction in one lot, Includ
ing houses and furniture.
Lot No. 1, That fallible Pasture Land !
Being an Ui of Walahole, Koolaupoko, Oabn and more
fully drschbtr.1 In surrey by C J Lyons, and containing an
area of 225 Keren, with all the building and improvements
The land has a number of streams upon it, aod a portion
Cin undoubtedly be osed fur cultivation of Rice. Sugar or
ColTee. The upper portion is well wooded, and the pas
ture laud Is as good as can be desired
This piece will be put up in one lot with building.
TITLE FEE SIMPLE !
Plan of the property can be aeen at auction room, and
for further particulars enquire of C T Oullck, Esq, or
E. P. ADAM. Auet r
y C. S. MSTOS.
OH FRIDAY, - - YebraUary 16th,
At 19 oreta A. at
Will ba sold
Dry Gwds, Clothing, Hosiery,
Hats, Shoe. TowtSng.
BALANCE OF A RETAIL STOCK!
aateaa, Ftetlaa, Tsaa at Otaaara. Carta M,
Palotad Ttaa. Sbow Caaaa.
AT I O'CLOCK.
A LOT OF CONDEMNED BREAD
mm H. I. R- a Ship lapoaala.
LOT OF FURNITURE,
Badattada. Tablaa. Ckalss, Loaklo Oaaaaa.
Oat. Pterarr. WrMaf Das, e-
A Choice Asst. of Novels S Magaziies
C. BARTOW. A MC atsec.
SATURDAY, - FEBRUARY 17th,
AT 11 O'CLOCK. ItOOH.
Ob Us Pi a Us U I mf Ms ! M.
One Large Turning Lathe,
Bedstaad, BlIhlMl Plata.
Let of Hoarda, Old Iron. c. ate.
BKIZKD FOB I'.KNT
C K RARTOvr.
LEASE OF CROWN LARDS
By Ordav of Comaataalooar af frown Landa, I will sail at
ON SATURDAY, - MARCH 3d,
At 13 o'clock Noon, at Salts Room.
The Lease of the Crown Land Keaai,
II THE OIJTBia OF WtttME, ISLAM OF OftNH.
Caataiala ass A rasa ar S4SI Allrt,
For a term of ten yea a. coramsncln from to 1st ay OS
I p.rt Price SIS parr Abbwi.
THE LEASE OF THE LARGE FISH POND,
With Kaaa Jamaaal Aasjaaaalasa;.
Situated at Wallupe, l In In to Jnatrlcl of Koc
of Oahu. lor a term or U yaw.
C. 8. BARTOW Aaot'r.
REAL ESTATE !
On School Street,
OPPOSITE FORT ST. SCHOOL.
Four Pieces of Land I
Adjoining Lands belonging to Messrs. htewart,
Jaa Wood, and PUkoi,
HAVING 1 FRONTAGE OR SCHOOL ST. OF 135 FT.
r Notice of time of sale aod other particulars will be
given In due lime.
1'lao or the groana can be Been at the oroce or
. P. AUAMB, Am Hunts.
THE rDEsUIIKD. FKJSnLT WITH
Sir. Kekart, bega to lalurwj clttaaaa of Hoeolata aa
the public generally. Abat ba baa taken tkaataaa an Fas
Street opposite Odd FHIows Hal, ifbrmerry occupied by
Tboa. TAniialt.) where ba will glvi- spertai attention u the
tuAuufacturtu And repalrui All sinus 01 jeweivr
PartleuhAr Attention (Ivan Io ahall And Kakui Work,
ajar Will guarantee satlata -llon In Ail hla work, -va
eA 12m WM. K. WES.VKB-
At Private Sale,
A small lot of cboiee
Red Columbia River Salmon,
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
S 8 5 O
THE THALBERG PIANO.
THE want has lonv been felt of a rood useful Family
Piano, to meet tbls want th Thalberc Piano la now Intro
duced Into this market and tbe patraaace of tbe Public ia
roi.ttdfiiUy solicited. These are made ot a uullorm
Full Seven Octave Solid Iron Frame.
OVEIUTRl'Ke Baa Carved legs Round Front Cor
ners, Serpantine Mouldings and Double veneered Bo
wood Cases combined with (I.EARXKaus And
BICHHESS of TOJJE BEAUTY of finish and of
Most Celebrated Make !
Pt R IIASEBA) may therefore order these lustra
menu with confidence s each la fuily warranted. Aa
these Instruments will be largely used In schools and
Convents, apeeia! Inducements will be given to pat-chasers
for each purpose and also to Clergymen for the use of
It may be aaked how It I possible to supply a WMO
Warranter! PIANO at about ooe half the price frequently
charged. Tbe answer la plain. There are no larg show
Rooms to keep up. no grand Music Hall's to maintain an.!
noeapeuaive travelling agenu to pay Tb Piano can there
to re oe onereo to the tubuc at Bottom prices. The
Mottoes of the Thalberg Piano are
A Piano for Every Family
With Large Sale, and
CHEAP FOR GASH!
'Gainst Dear on Credit.
THE sneclal points of advantage of this ISHTRI'.
MEJIT AKEMEAMO.EI n ATEKI A L. HOl yD
workmanaup, uairorna oa1!ty. Full,
or Tone and BODEJIATE PBII .
Samples of the pianos aod
fall partlcnlars can be oo
a. m WHrr.aEr,
Agent of the Thalberg Piano for tbe Hawaiian fslaniwr
N. B. Parties residing on any of Ibe other Islands can
have Photographs of these Instruments furuished an ap
plication. S3 lyr
Pacific Rubber Paint Company's
rpHIB ARTICLE IS FOR MALE BT
BOLLES a Co.
Tb Rubber Paint la lastly celebrated, aad m coaalag
Into general use, and all wbo have given It a trial highly
recommend U. Tbe undersigned have a general assnn
men t of all colon and l Asm,, -nd will keep up tb aaaort
ment. and be ready to all order a: tb abortest notice.
Hi BtQiBji at Co.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
THE FOLL O WING j
PER HAWAIIAN BARK R. C. WTUE !
One Hundred aad TMrtj-we Daj8
Prom Bremen '
-TEW RTTLES r PBISTB-TCMBIRT J
Red, Ulalli. white ground, chocolate, gray aad fancy.
Jaconets. Brown Cottons. S qaallaas ; While On rata,
Hormeks' Long Cloth, A, B A H : Brow DvU.
Hickory Strip. Stripped Ticking. Brown Holland, .
Linen Padding. Bine Striped Denlaat,
Bine, Whit and Fancy Flannel, Moeqailo Neriaaf.
Scotch Water-proof Tweed. colon,
Black Merino and Cobonrg,
linen, assorted nam bars, 13 yard pieces, Ae.
Victoria Lawn, Barege, Lasting,
A SUPERIOR LOT OP TAILORS' ROODS
Doeskin, Buckakln, Diagonal. Reap, Caabnere, Miil'aaa.
White Cambric. White A Turkey Bed 0 tilts. Mb,
White Cotton And Taxaah. Linen Tarklaa.
Patsat. Thread. Blast If I
Brown A Blue Mixed "
linen A Cotton, Brook
Men's White and Oray Merino,
LADIES' STOCKINGS ASSORTED ;
Children a HtocalngA. Sba-a, toner aaanel. Caalaa,
Union, ftajaUA, Denim, Ac.
Undershirts-Cotton, Merino and guk.
Umbrellas, Italian black. Necktie.
Black and Colored auk ki boons Katout ca.
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OP CLOTH
ING AND SHAWLS.
Clot. Backakln, Ila anal, Cotta. Ac.
P. C. Monkey Jack a. Heavy Waal 1l 1 11 III, B ail lie.
Cotton and Horse Blankets, (Wilts. Ac.
Boriaps. Wool ek. Canvas. Ooaay Bag.
CalMbM, Ac, Corks, Parfairy. Ac, I shall blract.
Eau le Cologne, PaBaeoaA,, Hair (HI and Manas r.
Fancy Heaps, Windsor, eke.
Tooth Combs, Tooth Brash aa, Hair Biaakis.
Looking Olaaee seal Mirrors. Imitation Jewelry,
Ledgers. Janmaie, etc. Playing Carea,
, Bcaanra, in leather A oauftfe
Pocket aad Butcher Knives,
Tinned spars. Lao tarns. C C Irooa,
Galvanised Ccrrngnted sheet Iron, 4
Oalveaiaed lip, all
lab. Tlnrl gi ipires. Best Chan ml,
T.a Plata. Banca Tat. Beset Lead Ana. Zinc
Bright and oiled Feease Wis, Boa. . t and.
Hoop Iron, t Mas: Riveta. Hants Y Allow.
Metal aad Bata, Bar Iron, Oant run das. Shot, era.
Blacksmiths' Coal, Printing aod Wrsppln Paper,
Cordage and Packing. Toys, Taaablen,
Baskets, Paint and ou. Vienna Fatast.
Wall Paper, Crockery ICausUe toda. Ta aad Plash,
Anchors aod Chains, Oil Caaka and Shook,
Eertisana Barrels, Birch Brass,,
Cement. Fire Clay, lira Bricks, oaabtsr fall,
t THE EXDEMItiBED IIEHEBr am
I public notice, tbat a my wife. Kanlaokeahl Kaipo
Brown has left my bed and board without Juat cans aad
provocation, I shall not be responaible for any debt con.
traded by her on my anrsaifll,
Knlo, August Mth, I Kt. t07ata.
Mustard. Pats, etc. Ac
Stearin Csailaa aad eaehty tf alibi.
Lkjnora. etc, Bontelleaa's Brandy I, (11 daaaaaae,
Gin la beak rut And axsau raar.
Champagne llekhdeek. Rotaart. Th eraser,
sparkling stack. Bales Wnae, Bavarian Bear,
St. Paul's Ale. nuarta aad Plata,
Jeffrey's Ale. snarls end Rial ; Bluer, so
German and Havana Cigars, at low pile, to close ea aakpa
menu. In lota k sail, Ac, Ac Ac
CWera from tie Other eenaele "leMlfc t Best
JfarsVaf atatse 111
To Let, Lease or for Sals.
B klAMlABLI TOUCB A CthBeaUTl.
For particulars apply to
james s. uomm.