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SOTES OF I'HK WEKIL
?9 The bark Skvold left her anchorage yester
day far tbe puico Islands.
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af r eat. f '-ow. Bui fraacta o.
fy Our next news from Sao Francisco may be
looked fur by Ibc bark D. C Murrsr, due tbe Utter
part of Dext week.
fy Tbe Kilauea will be laid up next week, to
ovirtiaui machinery. 8bc may not be back from
Kau before Monday next. March 5tb, abe will
leaTe for Hilo.
A DxaDCATcn Laat Matt the Koua natives had
tbe good fortune to flud a larger, wtielc floating: ufl
tticcueti, which tbey secured. We did not learn
bow mucu oil it yielded.
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Barkcwtinc Victor. Knur. Hilo we learn that
this craft arm id at that H.rt last wetk, with a
i-acco of lumber, which ahc ia discharging. Slie
made a trip ol twenty-aevcii day froni Pupct Sound.
Died. We learn with deeo regret that Major Dick-
breathed bis last at riz o'clock this morning. He
served with dtstinoti..n thrnueh the late war, ana
has snade many warm friends here. He leaves a wife
and ana child to tanorn bu Iopi.
The aieaoier Australia, from the South, will
a, ll. liurth lead- I be due next week just what day no one can pre
die:. She leaver Sydney ou Feb. 10, and If abe
waefaee bat will ' followa the route which the City of Sydney tra
gi versed, may noi tie here till Wednesday.
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laaa laaaaaat, afuaaau iraaa faaat
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Loo Paaaaoc Bark ttarj Belle Roberta arrived
on the l&th inat., after a paaaace of twenty-eight
daya from San Francirco. T.je lone trip waa owjnir
to head wlntla and calnia. Captain Gray aiya he if
ireoerally aa lar along after 4 Loura, aa he waa thlr
time on the lilb day out.
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SctinoKCR Mabel Scott. Thia Teasel arrived on
Thursday laat, Irom Fannine'a Inland via Hilo. She
brought up Mr. Holder of the firm of Mearra. Hol
der and Broa. London, with hie wife, and Mr. Ar
undel Stieriiilendeut of the guano Ulanda belong-
in' to aaid linn.
Weather During tbe paat week, we have bad !
aery wailu and calm weather up to Monaay altei
uoon, w heu ii began to blow Irom the aoutb, Willi
ev- ry appearance of a fetorm. A few f bowers of
rain fell during the night, and then the wind chang
ed to tbe uirtbwet, where it has contiuued up to
orriciat- By a notice in the official column, it
will be aeen that His Excellency J. Mott Smitb and
His Excellency A. 8. Hartwell have been appointed
to take charge of tbe offices of Foreign Affairs and
Finance duitug the absence ol the iucumbents on
the busineas of tbe Commisaiuu to develop tbe re
aourcea of tbe country.
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aaaaaal; aaniaad aa fltea . twe arkr Kiaao. C44
aa tjatas at aweaar aa law asjraa : iwj the ZJlh the
eaaaaa eat aw twkBa ea4 aar.ui earn. Aa I
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Cokrectior. In our Recount of the new atcamer
last week, we made an error in Buying that abe is to
be laatened with galvanlaed iron bolts. Stie is to be
copper-fastened in tbe moat thorough manner, and
only where there will be no exposure to the action
of tbe aall water will iroo bolts be used, and in all
auch carer the beads will be deeply sunk and cov
ered with sheet lead and lead palut.
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Sew Appointment. Tbe office of tbe second
clerk lu tbe Interior Department has been worthily
filled bv the commirsionlng of Mr. Pierre Jones.
This appointtueut will, we are confident, give gene
ral aatiafaction ; tbe only poasible objection against
the appointee being his lack of proficiency in the
Hawaiian language. But we doubt not that with
his well-known lingniatic talem he will soon auc
ceed in removing Ibis objection.
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a e . A. I a aa f e react Wedaeeawy aaora
t aaT:. ' J BeAae iMceieu.. aared 44
Mikalemi. This Eenlleman, who ia well
n in Honolulu, having represented this dis
trict for two consecutive seasions In the Legislature,
died on Friday last after a abort illness, aEed forty
year. He waa a fine spceimen of the better clas6
of llawaiiatir, having of course his faults, but pos
reeaed of much energy and thrift. By bis industry
he had aucceeded in accumulating a conaiderublc
amount of properly. His fuucral took place on
Steaheb Kilacea. Having been prevented
froa taking bet departure on Monday alteriioon by
the southerly gale which waa then blowing, the
Kilauea left at five o'clock last evening, with over
'X cabin and 65 deck passengers, most of tbem
tourists bound for the aceue of the eruption now in
progreaa on Hawaii. Among them we note the
names of tbe editor of the Gazette, tbe editor or
the A'latvroa. and a reporter for the P. C. idrerfter
and Aaliki " It is therefore likely that the
reading public will ere long be fumisbed with full
and minuie account of tbe outbreak.
a hit- ... !to Til d of rehnearj
afiklanr Alr-tn.. Mdaey Mciioli.
I aa i-eera
i 4tl Jane, tkeketereat
r at Wetaaawtt ISaatt, ease ef Hawa .la. raged SO yeera.
I ana r-tleea ae-a-aaaa. 4a
T ran Eaarrsai av Hawaiian Gazette
Tin P. C a4awaa-zi r. of tbe 10th instant.
mmmm mm rracJe fmir. the tVceuil-r number
azf :W !awituvri Berald. making a very brief
agZeztaSBtjeawt daf Ua? etaeaTw ootadiuoo of the Ha-
i Ataad of tzttur feeling toward foreign -art
. mni the aaiiUar Lakea exception " to tbe
a lata tat etaat tbe w ia a pemcraJ feeling of
rz4Bzazaa:hv an the part tf native Hawaiiana
aayazawt fwil ii.iina " Tbe w riter ia noticing
xaz4z4r ff ttz ajaajiliiaanit acta of tbe caae ; and
w hich the editor takes the
zd alateroenl reads thus : " A gene-
ot antinathT on tbe
Hawaiian agaiuat foreigrrera.
hatred of vbilea on tbe part of
ajrhite a.-nonp tbe better claaa of
kfj a zatpiciien and distruat of their
a fear to troat tiieni." It may
waat loo strong a word to
; t away exit! taw More than the writer in-
there ate be no doubt that there
oi jealousy. The elections
for a fear yean past show
Ttf tbia. The editor declares
to be devoid of troth, but he
The Lost Bo From tbe following extract from
the San Francisco Dally Call, of Feb. 3d, it appears
that there Is no doubt of the death of young Bitrbce
SWat DudleV : "An Italian Fisherman informaCapt.
Baker, of tbe Harbor Police, that be raw the broken i
pieces ol the plunger 'Sweetheart1 on Hie beach
near Point Bonita, laat eveulug, hence there can be :
no doubt that tbe two boys aons of John Barbec j
and A. P. Dudley were drowned when the plunger :
capsized. The parents having given up all hopes of
seeing the boys olive, employed men to patrol the
heacb in search of their bodies."
Departcue. Tbe Commissions appointed under
tbe act of the laat Legislature " to develop tbe re
source oftbc Kingdom," accompanied by Major
Wodcbinjse. took their departure yesterday, at 11
s. ro. in H B.M.S. Fantome, forthe island of Hawaii.
The Coimniarioners expect to land at Mahukona,
from which point tbey will alart on a tour around
tbe inland, occupying probably three or four weeks
in tbe circuit. After lauding the commissioners
tbe Fantome sill proceed to Kau for the purpose
of affording Captain Long and bis officers an op
portunity to witness the volcanic phenomena now
to be teen Id that district.
Ear. lags e-rwavrfl
Hungarian, Spanish, German, Belgian, and
South American, including Mr. Alexander
Balfour, a gentleman connected with the Press,
officially appointed by His Excellency Senor
Aiaresis, President of Panama State, to ac
company the Commission to the scene of their
exploratory labours, between the Gulfs of San
Miguel and Atrato, on the Pacific and Atlantic
shores of the Isthmus respectively, where
they are at present actively engaged. The
report of the Exploration Commission in
question will hereafter be published in Paris,
and cannot fail to prove highly interesting. It
may be stated that the famous Hungarian Pa
triot, General Titrr, is the main promoter of
ths Exploration Scheme, in which Mr. Lesneps
is also engaged, being President of the socie
ty founded at Paris, with the object of tunn
ing and sending out this expedition to the
While the labors of this Exploration Com
mission merit consideration, a glance at the
present route over the Isthmus traversed by the
iron horse, may prove interesting, especially
as many people think that the best plan would
be to cut the proposed canal along side of the
actually existing railroad between Colon (As
pinwall) and Panama. The Atlantic termi
nus of this railroad is situated, as is generally
ktiown, on Manzanilla Island, at Colon, in
North Latitude 9 21' 23", and West Longi
tude "8 : 53' 52", seven miles to the east of
the mouth of Chagres River. From the Colon
terminus, the road crosses the shallow waters
of Victor Bay, skirts the western shore of
Manzanilla Island 4 of a mile, passes on a
bridge over the channel between the island
and mainland, and proceeds till it touches at
Chagres River, the aldea of Jatuii, " miles,
from the Colon terminus. Then following the
direction of the River Chagres, the railroad
passes by the villages of Ahorca Ligarto,
Beyio Soldado, Frejol, Barbacoas, beyond
which it crosses over the Chagres River on a
bridge 650 feet long, after which it isses by
the villages and stations of San Pablo, Buila
Monn, Gorgona and Malachin. Near the last
mentioned place is the confluence of the Obis
po River with the Chagres River, 31 miles
from the Atlantic. Here the railroad enters
into the Obispo Valley, twice crosses river
bends, and follows to the river head in the
summit ranges, 37 miles from the Atlantic,
and 10 and one-fifth niles, from the Pacific.
The cut on the summit range is .' mile long,
and 24 feet deep. This position forms the di
viding line of the two watersheds of the At
lantic and Pacific.
From this place, the railroad strikes the
head waters of the Rio Grande, which flow
into the Pacific below the city of Panama,
then it follows the left bank of the Rio Grande,
crossing on bridges over three of its tributa
riesthe Pedro Miguel, Caimitillo, and Car
denas ; and subsequently stretches across the
Savannas of Corasol, anil the Swamps of Coren
da, until finally, through a spur of Ancon
Hill, it reaches the Pacific at Playa I'ricla,
the northern suburb of Panama. The whole
length of the railroad is 47 miles 3020 feet ;
the maximum grade is tiO feet per mile ; the
summit grade is 258 and sixty-four one hun
dredth feet above the assumed grade at the At
lantic, and 212 and one-tenth feet above the as
sumed grade at the Pacific terminus. The high
est point of the summit ridge is 287 feet above
the level of the sea. The highest spring tide
of the Pacific is 60 feet above the highest
spring tide of the Atlantic.
A canal uniting the Chagres' tributary
Obitpo and Rio Grande, and the sinking,
widening and embanking of those rivers,
would perhaps be the best plan of canaliza
tion. Another scheme of canalization of the Pa
nama Isthmus is advocated by a British Ad
miral, who ascended the River Chesso, from
its mouth in the Pacific to the farm of Jesus
Maria, 10 m'les inland in a steam piunace
some time ago. The tide rose still soms
miles beyond that place, but the Admiral
could not proceed farther for other reasons
than the vaiit of depth in the river. Prom
Jesus Maria, the distance,the Admiral states,
was only nineteen miles to the Gulf of San
Bias, on the Atlantic coast of the Isthmus.
But the dividing range was much higher than
at the summit ridge of the railroad, being
at least over one thousand feet high ; yet the
Admiral bad some reason to think that a
much lower pass could be found, by ex
ploring tho Sierras. He also thought that
some one of the rivers flowing down to the
Gulf of San Bias might be ascended five or six
miles inland, so that only 15 or 16 miles of
canal wotld be necessary; and a tunnel
through the dividing range be the best plan.
The Admiral's scheme has the advantage of
being traced across I he very narrowest spot
oft c whole Isthmus, and, in the long run, it
may be adopted in preference to all the others.
In these remarks no reference is made to
the Nicaragua Canal Scheme, the object of
the writer being merely to notico the present
''lie Sea Merpeaat Again.
The London Spectator gives full credit to the last
reported observation of the sea serpent, lis appear
ance coincides with what Is now agreed upon, tbat
it most be of a Saurian character, like tbe monsters
of geologic periods. The Spectitof says:
" In tbe Strsita of Malacca tb.' ses-monster, so
repeatedly seen and so rtpestcdly declared to be
mythical, appears at last to have beeu carefully ob
served by competent witnesses. Tbe creature wss
seen by tbe passengers and crew of tbe ship 'Nestor,'
on her voyage to Shanghai ; and on ber arrival at
Shanghai the roaster ol tbe ship, Mr. John Keller
Webster, and the surgeon Mr. James Anderson,
tnsde s ststutory declaration of what they bad seen
be'ore a magistrate, as a mode, we suppose, of for
mally attesting that tbey spoke in good taith. The
creature (which reaembled a huge salamander, only
that, instead of being about six or eight inches loug,
these ditneiisious must be multiplied by st least T
or 100, the body ben tig Irom 45 feet to 50 feet in
length, the bead 12 feet, sad the tall, it Is said, no
leas than 150 feet) waa drat aeeo at half-past leu
o'clock on the 11th of September, filteeu inilee north
weet of tbe North Sand Lighthouse, in the Strait
of Miilacca. Tbe weather was tine, the sea smooth,
and the air perfectly clear. Tbe Chineae oo deck
were terribly ubnned and set up a bowl. The whole
watch and Ibree saloon passengers saw the creature
clearly and observed its movements. It traveled
lor a long time about as fast us tbe steamer, appear
ing to puddle Itself by the belu of 'an undulatory
motion of its tall in a vertical plane.' Tbe body and
tail were uiaiked as those of the salamander are
marked with alternate bands, bluck and pale ye!
low iu color. 'The bead wss immediately con
nected with the body, without any indication of a
neck.' Both wit neases state positively that tbe only
resemblance was to some creature of (he frog or newt
kind, while oue of tbeui (the surgeon saya that the
longer be observed it the more he was struck with
its resetublance to a gigantic salamander. Its baek
was oval in form. No eves or tins were seen and It
did not blow or spout iu the manner of a whale.
The greater parts of Its head was never seen, being
beneath the surface. Probably tbe creature is of a
race which survives from that very different world
in Which creatures of gigantic size seem to have been
so much commoner than now. There appears lobe
no manner of reason for doubling the very express
evidence so succinctly snd soberly giveu."
cjl OAK JTOW raailfi IH and far aaala In
1 quantities to suit purchasers o j
APO.NO 4 ACHCCK.
NEW CROP NOW IW. AVD FOR BALE IN
quantities to salt purchasers, by
ESI m C. BBEWEK db CO.
By K. P. linns.
NEW (BOP OF Nt ;R AID HOLAffiES
now coating In, and for sale In quauttUee to suit pur
C. 3REWKR CO., Azenta.
Alt ItVIMll II COTTAUE OF ABOCT
ROOMS, within one mile of Post Offlce.
: It Address fTrTTAOE.
Schooner for Sale.
I' V DEHSIti NED Ol'PKBS
The Fine Schr. " John Young,"
At she now Hm. wltli all her Klffxiiifr u.d 6tori,
realy f.r sea. For further particulars al to
633 CIIAKIaKS LONG.
Notice of Uaited States Consular
TIMS Iff TO GIVE NOTICE THAT AM.
persons bavjnff claims ;x .1 -i the Kstnie of the late
A S. :! !,- M . L).. are requeatta to present the same
In duplicate to the uiiderstciieil within six months frum
the dale of (be rlrnt publication of this nonce, or they will
be forever barret ; and nil persons Indebted to the said
Kstnie are requested to pay the amounts due without de
lay to THUMAH MPK.NTEK,
St L'ulted States (Jonaular Agent, Hilo, Hawaii.
THE IsARttR AND KPACIOrftjsss
; It tl'N i- formerly known as tho Cpr
Seaside Residence of Kamehameha V
There are on the premises two lT,nJome Cottasva, fur
itlnbcd. This oflVrs a rare opportunity for parties desirous
of securing a handsome Hech Kewidence. with flrsUclaas
Bathfnff faculties For full particular applv to
632 fit ALKX. J. CAKTWltlOHT.
THOME DESIRABLE PREWIMES ON
AUkva Utreet, foiiueriy occupied by Mr. Fred.
Ilrekley. The H.iee la pleaaulJy kicated, end
Terms rraaouable. For further particulars applv to
612 it VI.! X J t'AHTWHlollT.
Profosed Exhibition. We learn tbat Inspector
General Hitchcock, who has recently returned from
the Puiladclabia Exhibition, has brought with
him a rerc superior 8lercnplicon, and about one
hundred and twenty photographic tiewa, tlluslrs-
tine very fully the sights and scenes of the Ccuien- i project for the canalization of the Panama
ui.l Show, and also Niagara Falls, the "oil rezion," and MMSIl, to give some
and the overland railway, aa well aa (feneral dla- . ... ee'..e . .
. , description of the e evation of the ground over
aolrinic news, comic scenes, cbromatrupes, etc. .... 6
The Stereoptic-.n Is illuminated by a powerful oxj- wnicn lne existing Intimitis Kailroad has been
hydrogen lurbt, which la equal to the light of two carried by I nited states engineering skill.
hundred candles. Mr. Hitchcock will give one or
no rfirictace t- bow that it is J more exhibitions of these dissolving views st an
early date In tbia city, under tbe snsplccs of tbe T.
V. C. Aaaoclatlou, accompanying; tbe exhibitlona
with descriptive lectures. He intends subsequent
ly to make the lour ol tbe group, giving everywhere
free cxbibltloua fur the benefit of achoul children,
to whom, we have no doubt, tbey will prove very
iuteresting, as well ss Instructive.
i aa to be believed, bis assertion, or
Sbmt tv tb writer in tat Herald He says :
Taw wrizsr l of tbe letter in tbe Herald;
br any be. is grossly misinformed
tb aabject. and is t. be blamed, if s
ar t bttre, foe zkU being better informed."
.: suaszas to me thai there is a lack of
be re. a man who has been on tbe
imat forty years, and who has been
isur dairy mierooara with the natives
i of tbat tiae. moat certainly
of tbe disposition and
of tbe Hawiiajis as the editor of the
And if tb editor believes tbat
is devoid of truth, and that its
is a grave injury to tbe people of
dvdbe rrpubli.hr. ? Had
to disprove it, the case
be daetrezit : bat now, there is hut aa-
oa caae aide, and the assertion of the
is the Herald on tbe other. Which
Panama Uibmui Canalisation
ftcbesates and actual Kaili-oad.
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We e-Vai.ua Haaaae lartaaaarr,
fas aaaa Sa law W . aead Oet faaiilt.
fesr- WawSra h k Bill III Jades Vecgne.
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r. at. tramfn.
Recently a numerous commission of engi
neers and scientific men arrived at Panama
from Europe, with the proposed object of
studying on the ground the scheme of an inter
oceanic canal which would unite the Atlantic
anePacific. Tbe chief of the Exploring Com
mission in question is H. Lucien Napoleon
Booaparte Wise, Lieutenant Commander of
the French Navy, and a son of the late Sir
Thomas Wise of the Manor of St. John's Co.,
Waterford, Ireland, formerly British Ambassa
dor at the Court of Athens. Lieutenant Coal
man, ler Wise's mother was the Prince Letitia
Bonaparte, daughter of Lucien Bonaparte, a
brother of Kapoleon the Firat. He paid a
first visit to tbe Isthmus of Panama, some
years ago, and explored the central regions of
tbe isthmus. He has also pushed his explora
tions into the Desert of Sahara in Africa.
The second in command of the Exploration
Commission is Captain Bixio, Aide-de-camp
to His Majesty the King of Italy, and nephew
of tbe celebrated General Bixio, an Italian
Patriot. A ranjarkable British engineer, Mr.
Brooks, known for bis works in Sues, also
accompanies the Commission, besides several
others of different European nationalities,
The total cost of the railroad was H, 407,552,
according to the report of the chief engineer,
G. M. Totten, given at New York, May 15th.,
N E W ADVKRT1SKMK N TS .
BY ORDER OF THE I'M TED STATES
Consular Agent, HUo, Hawaii, 1 abeil offer at Public
On Saturday, the 24th instant,
Effects and Goods of Dr. Nichols,
! St W. r. onxWAT, Auctioneer.
MANILA CIGARS !
MANILA CIGARS !
Ever Imported. For Sale in Lots
to Suit, at
H Y.M A N
PADDY IS RICE.
ravo shippers of paddt. ax napKEg-
M. aton aeetna lo prevail in the lalanrla that Paddv. be
cause of not twins named la the Treaty, ia not ailinlaatlill
free of date. Thia la errooeooa. Pad J v belns cuthlaf
else bat Rice, the Introduction of the word would hare
been superfluous. Ail the paddr that baa arrived at that
port aiiice the promulc.tioh of the Treaty baa been ad
mitted free without qoetrion.
Parries dealrout or tblppltur Paddr to thia martlet are as
sured that It will be admitted free of dun . and hulled and
dressed la the best snssnill manner and on favorable
terma br WM . If. GREENWOOD,
General Commission Merchant and Proprietor of India
JUos kOlat, Man Fraoclaco. Cat. ssj-Jm
nous:: iMsnitKD vdjoimm.
t'CNAHOL. Horaea will be received and deliv
ered dally, before 8 a. a. and after 4 r. at.
Ml Im A. 8UNVKH.
Wanted to Loan.
FROM Ii TO S0OO Tit I s l I 1 M)S ON GOOD
Htcurlty. Apply to
829.41 J.O. DICKSON or A. F. JVDD.
SUGAR MACHINERY, &c.
rpHR DITDBRSieilBO ARE PREPARED
1 to furnish rtLioitue. foe uvar M-odin-Tv, Ac . either to
be route at i he IlllNOI.ULU I It N VV 0RK8. or ro be Import
ed Ihm OLAfflOW bj a Tes-I to leave that port a--.ut J.lr
or August next, or bj another Teasel to letvre lo Pebraary, 187(1.
THEY HAVE ON HAND !
And Fair Sale,
ONE SUGAR MILL & GEAR,
Twtatr by Thirij-.ix.
ALSO, ONE OR TWO SIZES OP
Second Hand Sugar Mills,
Oear and Power, which may be delivered in a few months.
Also, FOK SALE TO ARK1VE
Pioneer Mill, Lahaina.
CAMPBELL e TI BTOX, PROPRIETORS.
Cropa af r.ucar of nupenor quality, now coming In and
for ssle 111 qusnlitles to suit by
SXtam H. IIACEFEI.D A CO
ha nit 1 K4.iiimi:Mi:
FIBS INSURANCE COMPANY.
THE UNDERSIGNED harlnz keen ap
pelated Agetila uf ilie 1 bote Cobipany, are prepared
to in.ure riaka Sxalnat flrr, on Stone auj Brick Build
Ittca. od ou Me rclie iitlt.e etored liiereln, ul the luoal
favorable terma. a or parliculara apply nl tlie uOc. of
Si ly t. A. SCH AErUil CO.
azsar a. mum ai.xar r. siaacstss
WILLIAMS, BLANCHABD A CO..
Shipping and ('ominissioii Mtrchants,
S32 IU California street, Ban Fraoclaco- ly
TO WOOL GROWERS.
THE I Mll itSK.M l ( OVriM K TO BI T
Wooli at rood pncM. u conilns; to markpt thia
Sprim? pArticulaxly desired to make fret tit,
til am C BREWER t CO.
HIDES, SKINS, TALLOW.
The rni:itsnji;i) coif tin IE to pat
the higheat market price for Dry Uldra Goat Sklna,.
3t Sm C. BREWER A CO.
BOOT AND SHOE STORE !
Corner Fort tfc Merchant Sts.
HAS JUST HKCE1VED
For 33. O. MURRAY
THE MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies1, Misses1 and Children's
Cuatom-Made. Extra Fine and Medium Quality
Boots cfc Shoes
Ever offered In Honolulu.
6:--3' IRA RICHARDSON.
NOTICE IN HEREBY UIVEX TO
Persons, tbat at a meeting on tbe 17tb day January
ft;;, of .ubsorlbers ti tbe atotk of the HAWAIIAN
AGRICULTURAL (X)SIPANV, It ru votrA to accept a
Charter of I ncorpo ration Krante1 to them and tbvlr Ano
elates and Successors, uud iff tbe corpurate name und style
of the HAWAIIAN AOKICl'LTl" ILU.COM PA NY.f.a tbf
tZd day of I mu. r A. I). 1S78, and that tbe corporation
under said ('barter thereupon nrtrantxed Itself and elected
lJi- followlns 11 mi " 1 Ofllcers of the Company , vis :
Oust It id-., i- ...Prealdfiit
II A PCaktbr .e.....w....-Vlce President
PC Joans. Jb H..M....w.Treaanrer
J I) Hkkwkr Secretary
J O Doafiitifl .I.,...,.,; ! Auditor
Notice is further given tbat pursuant to the terms of
said Charter " no Htockholder shall Individually be liable
for tbe debts of the corHratIon beyond the amount which
shall be due upon tbe ahavre or sbarea held or owned by
himself. iS-H J. D. BRKWER, Hecretary.
That well-ntterl anil Sultiable SK.re
for a reull or wholesale buslneaalQ OJil Fellows
nail. Apply to
W. C. PARKE, 1
J. O. CAHTKK, VTrualeet.
Or A. 8 CLOllOItN,J
noDnloIll, Oct 24, 1176. is-tr
Till: I Mil IIMI.MII IMVIMi BEE v II'.
I'DI.N TEH ailminigtralnr of the tattle af All. lale
of Walalua. (lahu, zlvea notice U all persons tndebted to
aalil Akl, deceased, to pax the aame to the undersigned ;
and all having rlafras on aald eatate, to proaent the aama
wiihln slz months from date or they will be forever
barred II. (J CKAHBE. Administrator.
Honolulu. January 23. 1977. S29-3t
rriZKlaJN AMI Itl SM)I S IS Or IIOXO.
vsMtata RtaStaa and stranger., generally are
cordially Invited to attend Public Worship at FORT HT.
CHURCH, whereServlcea are held every Habhath at II
o'clock A. M., and T' P.M. Keata are provided for all
no may he pleaaeil to attend. There Is a wewaaataat
evening Prayer Meeting at 7H o'clock, la the Lecture
Kooni, to whli h allure welcome. a.4 ly
FROM GLASGOW, DUE IK JUNE NEXT
6 600 Gallaa ( In rill. ra.
Four Pairs Wealaa'i Cenlrlfugiti Macalaea
ALSO. ON HAND AND FOB SALE,
China Baihllog Brickt, Portland Cement, Fencing Wire,
Hoop iron. Beat Aaeorted Bar Iron, halt India Rice,
Chios Ualtlog. c,
Which will be told in quantities lo svil, at the
Loatsl Market Rates.
If . B Thoe planters who are contemplating Increasing the
capacity uf Iheir mi'la may hear of a pttrrbater f.r Ibtir old
mill, ear and p wcr, by an early application to the under
signed. ja20tf F. T. LEX EUAN. As CO.
To Let, Lease or for Sale.
ot ri: vso.v tni.K Tfiws.i convem-
tNT Family residence.
Several XJt-iilc Jiii 5 Xeots.
For partlculara apply to
121 Im JAMES 8. 1.KMON.
DIARIES FOR 1877.
JOT RECEIVED FROM LONDON. A FEW
OF THE CELEBRATED
LETT'S DIARIES For 1877
In cap, post and pocket styles
PZR STEAM KK " AUSTRALIA
American Excelsior and Perpetual Diaries
In crest variety, for ladles and gents.
ssT" Prices vary from 20c ta to f 3.00. accordiaf to flnlsti
sod styie of biodinf.
H. WHITS KT.
FUOM AlfD AITEB THIS DATE G. W.
M ACT will act for me In all lb a tiers of business to
receive all moneys doe me and all bills against must be ap
proved by my .Attorn-y before tbey art cancelled.
Uooolala January 19th, !.
9ZJZm D. W. PAUAHI.
FTHE INDEBSHJNKD HESEBT GIVE
public notice, that aa my lf.. Kaolaoeahl Kalpo
Brown llaa left my bed and board without Jn.t cans and
proroat'lon, I abatl not be reaponalble fur any debts con
tracted by her oo my sccouoL
Koloa. Aognst 24th, 187S SOTUoi.
A FINE SETT OF THIS WORK, to TOL-
UltKS.Uteit etUUon. Just received and for ssle by
iss-im h. at. warrNKT.
s a s o
THE THALBERG PIANO.
THE want hau long been Ml of a good useful Family
Piano, lo meet this want the Thalberg Piano Ls now Intro
duced Into this market and tbe pationage of the Pubi'c la
confidently solicited. Theae are made of a unllorm
Full Seven Octave Solid Iron Frame.
I VKHJ4 r III V1 Baaa Carved legs Round Front Cor
ners. Serpantine Mouldings and liouhle reneered It.se
wood fates combined with CLE tBSf EMM anil
KII'IINKSN of TONE. BEAl'TT of Unlab and of
Most Celebrated Make !
PI'IUTI ASKBM may therefore order these Instra.
menu wktt conndence aa tavch la fmly wanmnted. As
tbesf instruments will be largely used in schools aad
( onvenui, specUl inducements will be given to purchasers
for such purposes and also to Clergymen for tbe use of
their faun 1 lies.
It may be asked how It Is possible to supply a CaOOD
Warranted PlASiOat aboutone half the price frequently
charged The answer U plain. There are no large show
Rooms to keep up, no grand Music Hall'ato maintain and
no expensive travelling agenta to pay The Piano can there
fore be offered to tbe Public at Bottom prices. The
Mottoes uf the Thalbsrg Piano are
A Piano fur Evert mily
With Large Sale, and
CHEAP FOR GASH !
'Gainst Dear on Credit
THE aedal points of advantage of tnla INMTRI'
ME.NT A KE ME AMINE II MATERIAL. .HOI N I)
Workmantbip. Un.form quality, Full, guaranteed rich neaa
of Tone and MODERATE PRICE.
Bamplee of theae Piano, and fail particulars can be ob
tained frum H. M WHIT EV,
Agent of the Thalberg Pianos for the Hawaiian Islands.
N. B. Partlea residing on any of tbe other lalanda can
have Photographs of these Instruments furnished on ap
plication. (20 lyr
Ei " R. C. Wylieand " Bonanza."
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING RECEIVED
Photographic Improvements !
Is now prepared to do
PORTRAITS OR VIEWS!
Most Reasonable Terms,
And hope, by attention to business and palnitak
Inp, to deserve tbe patronage of tbe public,
and be able to please tbe most fastidious.
In great variety, and at tbe lowest possible prices,
04 aad 06 Fort Street, Honolulu.
H. L. CHASE.
REGULAR CASH SALE !
ON FRIDAY, FEB. 23d,
At ha If-past A.M.. at Halt aj aaaa.
ASST. OF NEW GOODS
Fine Prints. Moalim, Linen Drill!,
Brown Cottons, While Cottona, Marino,
Victoria Laarnt, Silk Haodkerohisfa,
Hemmed Linen Handkerchiefs.
Harvard Shirts, Fancy Flannel Overahirtt.
Xarkisb Towels for Bathing;,
Blankets, White Shirts, AaaotHeaf Denims,
Amotkesg Stripei, Cotton Drill, Brilliants,
Merino and Cotton Underahfrts,
Felt and Straw Rati, Ladist' Host),
Men's Socks, Bridles aad Bits,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Sty C. S. ItRTOW.
LEASE OF CROWN LANDS
r io m.
Yeast Powder. Sardines, Wrapping Paper,
Soda Crackers, Clothes Pins, Hans,
Bacon, Candles, Pickles, Tobacco,
Cigars. Fins Tea, Oysters,
Salt, Pea Nut Oil,
Wash Blue, Pain Killer,
Also, Crushed Sugar.
E P. All am, AnetT
REAL ESTATE !
On School Street,
OPPOSITE FORT ST. SCHOOL.
Four Pieces of Land !
Adjoining Lands belonging to V rears. Stewart,
Jaa Wood, and Pllkoi,
Having i frontage or school st. of 135 ft.
mw Notice of tlma of aale and other particulars will be
given In due lime.
Plan of the gruuod can he aeen at the Office of
K. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
At Private Sale,
A siDftll lot of cbuiee
Red Columbia River Salmon,
K. I'. A HAMS, Auctioneer.
SAM'L G. WILDER,
Hawaiian Steamer KILAUEA!
I.. At A it (HA XT
Sailing Days as per Sched'ile !
V 11 less Otherwise Advertised.
TICKETS ONLY AT THE OFFICE
FREIGHT BILLS DUE ON DEMAND
Im e.M OFFICE WITH WILL Kit A la.
THE O It O C
FINE BRITISH IRON SHIP
piIKE MEW ITTLCN OF P K I If TP,
Blue Striped Denims, Velvet Carpets A Rugs,
Hassoeks Pilot Clothing;, Towels, Counterpanes,
White Moleskins, Skirts. Grenadines, ,
Scarves and Ties. Silk Umbrellas, Blankets,
Crimean, Ozford and Regatta Shirti,
Flannels, Tweeds, Ponchos,
SADDLES AND BRIDLES
Swiss Mulls, Printed Lawn,
Waterproof Clothing, Victoria Lawns,
Book Muslins, Lace Curtains,
Bags, Bagging, Canvas,
Twine, Leather Belting, Paint, Oils, Pipes.
Wire Rope, Corrugated Roofing,
Blue Mottled Soap, Galvanised and Tina .re,
Fencing Wire, Hoop Iron, Hnllowtre,
Charcoal Irons, 0 ot', Catlerj, Ber Iron,
Lea A Ptrrio's Sauce.
JAMS AND JELLIE8
Ilennessj's, Mtrtell't tod Robin's Brand, ia casks
and sasss ;
Fine Shsrrj. in quarter caaks and esses,
GensT. WhisKej. Run. Hock, Moselle, Alcohol, e
Blood Wolfe fc Co's t Bass Pale Ale
Edmund's Pig Brand Porter,
Bonchet't Napoleon Cabinet Champagne,
LalanrJa's Red Bar Claret, Danvllks't Whisky.
Boord's Wines sod Spirits,
Silicate Faint Co's Paints !
POWELL DUFFRYN S STEAM COAL !
WESTON'S CENTRIFUGALS 1 ENGINES
Kni to Arrive, McOnie's CUriflers !
FOB I1U BT
THEO. H. DA VIES.
Br Order ofC
ON SATTJBDAT, - - MARCH 8d,
At 13 o'clock Xoon, at Stviti Booss.
The Lease of the Crown Land Keaa,
III THE DISTRICT OF WIIIUE. ISIAHD OF BBSS.
a m saa in i
(on tain I aar ass Aram af !
Tor a Urm of tea rears.
I part Price SIS r
THE LEASE OF THE LARGE FISI POND,
Wlslt It a La Isaatal Aetjealailatsx.
situated at Wallune. lying la the Dtatrtct of Kaaa. I
of Oahu. for a term or 15 jeara.
C. i. BARTOW Aeat'r.
iruaa accousT book or all
.at. ana m sens. rvz sale t
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
ON TUESDAY, : : MARCH 30th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. Zf.
ON THE PREMISES, BERETANIA ST.,
W.1KD ST MM. O. W. rOAal.B.
WtU be aaaa,
ALL the FURNITURE
Of id ZtoateaWataaa. Caaa partal aar
Parlor, Bed Room Kitchen Furniture,
N VM Kl. Y :
One Parlor Set, Walnut Hair Cloth Soat, Caalre, afarbte
Top Table, rise Carpet.
A. Superior lriaiao I
Coal ia Man rrmoessco ZegO.
Powerful Parlor Organ,
rlullable for Lacturea or Seaool Bnool. ewaed tbraa.Hr ear
Mr. 0. Beckwlia.
A VARIETY OF FINE PALNT1NGS !
rhan.tf ller. with Patent Bam.ra.
Exuuslon Table, thalra. Koa Bi lllng.
Spring Maltraaa. Hair Maltraarar,
Itadulng. PUhrwa, rtareaaa. Ztlrenrs
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
Cook Stove, Klteheu L'lenaum, aa, Ac
At 19 eleaekt M.. will saw Saltl :
THE VALUABLE PROPERTY
The House in Good Condition,
Con. tal.lng i Booms, with Bath boasa coanectaal.
A Iry anit comuiolloua SUtblce, with i 'airtage Houaa. aafa
rate room lb- feed : StauS ar. (ltwl with Uas botaa. and
receutljr built iu the moat substantial oaaanar, at r-l my
This Me OtTera is Bttwo tpaare
To purchase a moat desirable realdence. pteaaanirjr located
oa oae of tbe Ansel atrevta la Hoooleua.
Star aala poaltlve. Tvraia liberal -jmI mad Known at
C. 8. BARTOW, Aeet'r.
H. HACKFELD i CO.
PER HAWAIIAN BARK R. C. WYIIE I
One Hundred aid Thirty-one Day
OeJEW BTTLEU OF PRIST TratgA IT
Red. rialll. white ground, choeotate, gra-r aad eaaay.
Jacooeu. Brown Cnttooa. 1 qualities. White Colaaaa,
HorroFka Long Clotk, A, B A H ; Brown lw J.
Hlckorr Htrlpea. Sorlprrd TV ting. Brown Holland.
Linen Padding. Blue Striped D-nln...
Blue, While and Kan. y rtanoel, Una-) alio N.mug.
Hen tr h Water proof Tweed, I etttera,
Black Merino and Coboarg.
Linen, aaeorted number.. 11 yard pieces, Ac
Victoria Lawns, Barege, I casting,
A SUPERIOR L01 OF TAILORS GOODS
Doeskin, Bnrktkm, Diagonal. Repps, Caahzaere, Malaskln,
White Cambric. White A Turkey Beat CM tea, BBk.
White Cotton and Turkrsb. IJnea 1
Btuusar Pateart, Thread, Bled Ma
Unen A fotton
afea'a White and Qraj Merino, Brown
LADIES' STOCKINGS ASSORTED ;
( -bUdraa'a BtookUagv wairta, fcocx i
Union, Itegatla, Denim, Ac.
I'nderaalrta-Cotton, Merino and Saik,
DmbrtUas, Italian black. Neckties.
i nd CuaaasaBsMsBl
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF CLOTH
ING AND SHAWLS.
Cloth, Bockskln, flannel, Ceitoe. Ac,
T. C. Monkey Jackie. Heavy Wool tilsnketa, ail
Cotton aad Kara Baeaketa. uallta. Ac.
Burlaps, Waal Pack Oaavaa, uuany Bags.
Calfskliia. Ac.. Corks, Perfumery. Ac..
Ban de ( oSjgns, PBUuei.iae. Har OU vm
Twr -pi wmdar.r. mm
Toots comhs. Tooth Br nhaa, Baar f tephrs.
L.slag HI aadMtrrora. intltalaea Jrwetry,
Ledger.. Journals, Ac. Playtog Cat da.
Uarmonicaa, I B Balls, Peatbes Daatave,
Pocket and Butcher atnlvea. rVaasovs, ba aaatJaer A esuraa
Turned spars, Laateraa. C C Iroaa.
GalTaalaed Corr-sjatad ahaet Iron, , aktae;
rialvaabved Pipe, stl axes, iralvaaiaed SackelA, Mfesalia
Tuba, Tinned aucpana. Beat CktrcsaL
Tot Phataa, Banca Tin. Sheet lad and Zlue.
B rigat and oiled fence Wire. .Woe. ,. iaadt.
Uooa iron, t uses; Biveta. Bunts TeOaw.
Metal and Matte, Bar Iron. (Ma Powder, shot, Ac.
Blacksmiths Coal. Printing and
Cordage aud Parking, Toys. Teesbaere.
aaaseta. ramie aaa una, vataaa j
wall paper, crock try JCacale
Aoeaora aad Czaatca, UM
Berneetvt Barrett, Blrtdt
Cement, Pure day, lire Breaks,
Mnatard. Palea. ate. ate,
aaaacat Caarfleeattd aaaVtr Btateaaa.
Uquora. Ac. Bowtelleau s Bswnatf-t, 1 1 A 1 a
Out it haaketa and green cases.
"Darkling noes. Hadaa Waae.
l Paul a, tie. quarts aad seats.
Jetrrry-t Ate, aaantaas agaze
d Havaaa Cigars, at low
Ordtrtnm lie Otter tWe Jv.walej, rasrat i