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OOXOLCLK FEBRUARY, tS, 187T.
iril.eTel.e4annao.naHr.loII week, "It. ' arrirel..
toautwl.. r torrifn. With Ih. month of Mercb itroor.
wl,eo eoertera "ni mk' f"1" rrrular
Ilewallen law IolanI arrlsed on the U from Bre mn,
briiper fall car0 teercl.aaie. to Mtua II. nackfdd
tlara-eatlne Imu AniTHta brteE a tarro or coal, from
tweaatle, to Wilier Co.
Fre.cn Uric at-JeaaerrhteJootneSJ, from San Frao
chc 1 ar charier to load rueoo.
0. th sah. the tasrk Three Bribers ewe la from a
awe lt " u tkV'D " ,,uc I""'" l"'-
finmn-AmtrilUii doe here loJar or touomnr frun
f jjocj. U Auckland end I'OU eo route rr Sin tranclato,
from I-ort we hse no later dates Il.an tboM already
.our or ik-h.iii.i.
rb" Haw ecnrOlorarnl Anient. HemniteaJ, 33 dart fm
lUkrr-e I.UA ,
Am ttlH Emme Ausasta, ounj, .0 dare from
jyiawhk IuUuI.tiarrela, 1SI darsfroui eecallHM)-fjJTjae-rsd,r
Annie. Kalaoao, from LanaJ.
"lrhlpl!t Jean, Relmolino, Zi .lara from Sen l'tin-
Hero, eo route f the Gnano I -lands.
51 -fear K Moi. ltejaolda. from Kalmlal.
fr -lmr Kilaa. Mardianl, from Windward forta
Am wh lk Thr I'-rother. Owen, from ernise.
ts-t,r Marbo, Mta. frun Kwlue ead ainiea.
cl,r Ken,aile, CtoiwT. from Kl and VTalmee.
tLr Ma.owkewal, Kelue, from KawIIIalll
... i'.!.. fnjn V..Ii (It.
rrnr . rn n' . - -- - -
;sSc,r LiV, Kaeha. from 11t.na.leL
-lSrbrWrVt, John Bull, for Molokal,
relr I airy Qneen, I'enU for llaoaleL
exfcr l-ewaol, Clarke, for Hena.
irhr llloor, Itk. for Kieai4 kaa.
j;..T Use rankee. Lima, for Molokal.
S Aro adir Mall Scott, Ilirpasa, forTshltl.
vi:si:l.s i. iMtirr.
n I B M ahlp J aponetx. Commander ViatnUkofT.
Tralatac shlp Jmeelwii, Ola..
Aml.klu.J A Falkl.oere. llohUrt. diadiarclnj.
let tirlr Morolor fuu-. Clrord. rrpalrloi.
AU hark Jlerj Belle IloWrta. Grfj. loadini;.
Aw hktee Eun Aopiata, Yonee. dladiarKluc
Uw l.t I..Uol, Garrela, dtacharpnc.
Tltree Srothera. Owen.
I RirolTor ia Tat Ea Aiocrra, Vot ao. M'lTsa.
ft Newta.Ue IVrc lllh, lSTi nlheUlh.UtlHM.r
ISO eiruaJIned with the woalinT hark UMeueoa ran aran-
-.rnkn Jan IiL tuuxed 41 Tahiti, off nod on for 7
bosre i had no HE trade, only northerly wind to the equator.
I then had Tery lioor E trade to port.
KiroarorlUw ecHt OtoTakll Arlant. IIHHTEin,
, MaaTin-nalledfrom UonoUlu Dec Ith. IS70, Jid nrneed
.. t.t.ttd Janlat.iaT7i left eame day for Phaoe lal.
and and nrrleed at that pneUun nta dayi crnlaed In that rl
dnilr t Btleen d.a,talaaw nothlnt of I'borhe ItUod; on
the Kth took n alroot tle from WtW n m apoke achr
Jaaph Woolley. firlrje, cnuiotfor Phosbe lalandi U6pm
bore np tor Uaker'a l.l.nd. and arrired there next day. loo
aoarnteUndt nn day Und-d aoppliea and left at 10 a. m fur
T . . . . . 1 . . . . .. Wa.titn.lnn l.laruta
E Iloaolaia reo 010 pao ".j - . . . - ---- -
I on the lOlhj made lnal on the 21ft.nl 11 p m, and arrired
j as UonUnlo on the daya paaaare.
f r.mit Ar Iliw av leLHI.ailltia. MirTEl On the
I 2J October, 1378, paaaed l-uuTa Cod on the lllh the llland
Madeira, duriue wuich lime aaa ninwc wura auutc
time beary ilea from NWanl SW.wilh a hijh hreallne
.u.i,iim kMniBu lakliK mneta water 00 deck. lo
! one of the N ' llw the carto ahified 10 ion aide, which fare
the ahlp a beaey t.t ua toe itn paw "-'
from Fmb to Hirer llenin. !7 da) a oat. On Ihe lid paoaed
H Antonio. Ca: Vrrd I Jaoda; from here had l'iht aooiherly
wlndet the Lne, which we croaaed Nov eth. in loo 31 IS
I W. U data 00L Had the f C trade winda Tery liftt and no
teadr, which we toat In aboot S3 0.onlhe l"th;lrom the
llihtolecoih.lQlat:S totO r!,had very heary ealea from
; W and tfW with a Tery ronrh tea. in which the ahlp pitched
oery mnch and took heaTyaeaa on d'Ck. Variable Itjht winda
to the Hth, when wecreaael the parallel of 50 0 8. in aboot
tt&o w el daya 00L MorriDV far eltraita of Le Mai re, rot on
theUiha beary pic from .NVV, thick and rainy, which ob
Hf n. tA tOT, awaT roood Klaalen Land, wind abiftiac In
- the SWT, it Uatod till the 30th, darine which time kwt partof
ooratarboanl taatararaa, irum tocre aau t',". .
.. AMmiw itrf- ?M alehted laland of Uirto Ramirez,
Ja .y vr J IV, abont II mile off ou tlte SSlh croaaod the par.
aurlOfAO-' e in me i-aciuc, ia iwuiai- " . - " - J - -FromthilttoUt20
S bad moatlf total wiod and weatberi
Jan 9 h 10 the lath had the wind from N and SW with beary
. aooalla, tbnodcr and bxhtnmr, after which had TerylirhliiC
1 trad; crowed the hoe 00 the 3d Ftrb.loat.ait I ", 132
Idayacatu Had Tery lixht winda from NE and SB np to the
lh.wheowe(a freah HE trade! till tl 15th, alter thia
lirht and nnateady. aometimes Dearly calmi 19tb got a freab
wind far about 12 bonra; on theSttHh alehted Hawaii, where
we col the bAV wind with Tery heaey aqaalla, afterwarda the
wind ehiTled to NW and St on thejlat eichted Maul and Mo.
ElokaL, and arriTed In llonotBln 00 me sso. lai oaja oat, tot
J oa me oar lor aoooi nail an uu " uiic wmui
Fao NcaciBTLt, S 8 W Per Emma Ancnata, Feb 2d
haj two coal.
Fao Xtwciam-os-Tlsi rer IolanI, Feb 2350 n id-
Io1ery,2caePWMnalU. aoa 1-lla btiop iron, 23 hdU wire, ItUU
raboer.lc anndrioa, 1 c wearier, apparel, 1030 tone coal,
20,099 ere brick, 10 loo lire clay, louo empty barrela. 1 cak
JF.c Unaoo l.landa, per Am hebr Mabel ccutt, Feb 23 it'
pkc ocar, IS bbts molaaa-a, 1 cae pain killer.
Faoat Graao IiLaano rrrGloaannl ApianL Fch22d Capt
Cuokr G Keating-. lr Kennedy, and 1 native.
Faoat WtvnwaEo Ports Per Kilaaea. Feb 26th Biahop
WUUa W W Hall, II M Wbltoey, A Moot, lira Makne, Get.
WCJone. Mra H W Johnton, Mi Ixaiiada, W Wilder, L
Meyer, wif. and daofhtar, F. JlacDooneil, JS ChriaUeJr,
Mou Fernet. Kd Mattailane, Goo V Maefarlane, D Januer,
Col Z 8 ppaldinr.O Armatrooc, H A Wldeniann. II W Utn
tela, II Cornwall and Wife, II S Woolley, Mr Aklm, Phillip
Milton, 3m V Kawainol. JuWCij.OK IWoe, and aboot
.NOTES OI Till: WKEK.
tg Steamer Kllane rnikM a circuit trip around
Hawaii next werk, tlarilnj; on Monday.
5J- Send tho Golde Book borne by nulL It
con talcs J aal wbit people abroad want to know.
XriELT Dec Bark 1. C Murray and schooner
W. lLMrer maybe expected dBrlnBtbenelt7daja.
i J2T Tbe rain Tell coploutly vcaterday morning
and afternoon, and meaiurcd two locbc. but we
are atlU abort of the uf oal winter tupply.
From the Volcano !
A NEW AND REMARKABLE
IN KEAT.AKKAKIJA DAY !
XST Tboee wbo dctlre extra copies of tbla Iiue
"oftlte Gazcttc, alioald tceure them at once. Tbey
' can be Lad In wrappers, ready for mailing.
Vg Tbe ateamer Australia ousbt to arrire bere
I to-day or to-morrow, if ahe took tbe same route as
did tbe City of Sydney, leaTlns; Sydney on the 10th,
! and touching at Auckland and Fill.
JSJ- It will be noticed by a new card In this
Issue that Dr. hatbrop late of this city, has re
'" mored to Man! and formed a partnership with Dr.
I Enders for tbe practice oi medicine. Tbe firm will
hare offices at Lahaloa, Wailuku and Makawao.
A wnauc Slur, supposed to be the Mt. Wollaston.
was seen off the Kona coast last week bolline;
down. Natirea reported that she bad taken four
whales off the coast. Tbe wbalc found by a
party of native Bihennen and towed into Hallos, as
rreiMrteJ last weca, turnca uui 10 r uancia.
Vhalrs Lam been seen onlte often near Hawaii,
and ouc came into Kcalakrakua Bay a day or two
before the eruption occurred, but was permitted to
Ilcatreagaio wilboul belnv; auacKea.
KancLisi Pahs- Tbe work of ImprOTlnR this
snbnrban rraort is being rigorously pushed for-
I ward, and great and pleasant changes will soon be
visible. Mr. McCullum Is engaged with a gang; of
I ten laborers In road-making and tree-planting, and
I a substantial hor-proof board fence Is about to be
constructed, wliicu will preserTC me par, iruui tuc
intrusion of all manner of predatory animals, and
vriii nermlt the unhindered arrow th of the trees and
I crass. Almost before we know It, the city or
i ilounlula will be blessed "lib one of the most
I beautiful seaside arks In the worm.
F Volcixo Excitement. Erer since the return ol
tbe steamer Kllauea on Monday last, the window
i ol II. M. Whitney'a bookstore, where a plan and
sketch of the unlqno roicanlc eruptiou In the cn-
j trance of Ecalskeakua Bay Is on exhlbltioo, has been
! surrounded by an Interested crowd, generally com
I p.icd of aborigines; and manr hot and amcslng
discnsilons hare taken place on eruptions In gene
ral, and this one in particular, aud many a fiery
barausue baa been made by some old veteran of a
JLiUAiuiaa. as he related his experience with the
Igoddeae t ele.
Axtmcis Ktxitr Fcsd. This very useful instl
I tntlon la not Io as flourishing circumstances as we
I could wish aud as It ought to be. Tbe report of
I the Treasurer, A. J. "Cartwrlght, Esq., at tbe an-
Inual meeting held on the 'iiod inst. shows that the
entire receipts for Ihe year were ttl63.93, of which
t7U3.TS had been expended in relief, -and t, ur ex
ipenaea leaving a balance of t381.il on hand. There
are four persons now receiving relief from the fund,
to the amnnut uf tin so iwr week in the aEErfirale.
I The annual auhscriptlon lo the fund is only IS do!
lira, and It ii lusted that American citizens through
out the Itlanda will take thla a a personal appeal
I to them lo cuma up to me ncip oi mis wormy cua
I rity the American Helief Vuud. P. C Advtrtittr.
Tins Steamer Kilauea, which left this port
on Tuesday of last week for the scene of the
eruption on Hawaii, returned on Monday
morning, JiaviDg proceeded as far as Kan,
which point she left on Friday evening, no
thing being visible of the summit-eruption,
which occurred on the Hth, and which lasted
only sir hours. Returning from Kau, we
reached Kcalakcakua Bay, on Saturday morn
ing, Feb. 21, where a most singular outbreak
was found to have taken place, being nothing
less than a
near tho entrance of the harbor. On approach
ing the scene of action, three canoes wcro ob
served cruising around the crater, in which
were Judge Hoapili, lion. Simon Kaai, and
others, who were attracted thither by tho re
ports which had 'spread rapidly over the coun
try. As the steamer approached nearer, columns
of smoke or steam were seen rising from the
surface of the sea, resembling the spouting of
a school of whales, and numerous pieces of lava
were floating about. -A boat was immediately
despatched to tho scene, which returned with
specimens or the floating lava, which have
been brought to Honolulu, and can bo seen at
The natives report that tho eruption was
first observed in the sea, at three o'clock on
the morning of the 24th, about a mile from
shore, and it appeared like innumerable red,
blno and green lights. Some thought these
were the steamer's lights only they were so
numerous as to excite some consternation.
Morning disclosed the fict that a new volcano
had broken out, and that it was tho cause of
the strange illumination seen during the night.
Those who are acquainted with Kealakea
kua Bay, will recollect that Kcei Point forms
its southern shore. The volcano appears to
consist of a sub-marine rupture, running in a
straight line out to sea, steam and lava rising
as far out as one mile from the point. The
depth of water here has been from twenty to
sixty fathoms, and tho new volcano lies directly
across the track of vessels bound south from
the bay. The course of this land and sub
marine ground rent is about W. X. XT. by E.
In the afternoon of the 21th, three boats
from the steamer visited tho scene of the
eruption, cruised directly over the most active
part, where tho water was in a state of pecu
liar activity, boiling and appearing as if pass
ing over rapids, or very much like the water
at Ilellgatc, New York. While the boats were
in this position, blocks of lava, two feet
square, came up from below, frequently strik
ing and jarring the boats. In one minute, we
counted no less than six of iheso stones hit
ting the boat. Yet as the lava was quite 60ft,
no harm was done. Nearly all the pieces, on
reaching tho surface were, red 7iot, emitting
steam and gas, strongly sulphurous. A line
block of this has been secured for the Museum.
At one timo tbe surface of the sea was cover
ed with several hundred pieces of this lava;
but we observed that as soon as they became
cold they sank, as rapidly as they had risen.
Several were taken into the boats, perfectly
incandescent and so molten in tho interior,
that the lava could bo stirred with a stick,
like pudding, the water having penetrated not
more than an inch from tho surface.
A rumbling noise was heard, like that of
rocks in a freshet, caused no doubt by tho
eruption of lava from the submarine crater,
which is supposed to be a crack or lino of
rupture extending at least a mile from the
shore. Another rupture, doubtless a con
tinuation of tho submarine fissure, was traced
inland from the shore nearly three miles, vary
ing in width from a few inches to three feet.
In some places tho water was seen pouring
down tho opening into tho abyss below, food
for the fierj- element.
A severe cartliqnako shock was felt, by
those living at Kaawaloa and Kcei during the
night of tho eruption, which must have prece
ded the outbreak. It was quite severe, but
no damago is reported.
The lava thrown up from tho new volcano
is quito porous, brittle and light, similar to
what is frequently emitted at tho commence
ment of these eruptions, called by Ilawaiians
ia. IVhen hot and burning, it floats
readily, sustained on the surface partly by
tho gases, which give a strong sul
phurous smell to the vicinity. When cold and
saturated with water, it sinks to tho bottom.
It is probable that only tho very lightest lava
reaches tho surface, while most of it remains
at the bottom, the water hers varying from ten
to fifty fathoms in depth. Some of this lava
consists of what is known as '' Pele's hair,"
and when first taken out is red hot, and yet
preserves its peculiar characteristics. This
singular volcanic glass has always been sup
posed to be formed by tho wind blowing the
floating lava as it rises from tho crater, and
causing it to spin out. How it gets down un -
dcr Eona is a question for scientists to solve.
Numerous fishes were killed by the action
of tho volcano, and were picked up on the
surface by natives cruising around the spot in
The foreigners residing on the hill at Kea-
lakeakua watched this singular eruption with
glasses, but so far as we could leam it was
not visited by boats until after the passengers
by the steamer had done so.
What is most singular in this connection, is
the fact that no volcanic eruption has been
known to havo occurred in the Kona district of
Hawaii, during the residence of foreigners
there, or within the last hundred years. The
active fires and flows were supposed to be con
fined to the summit crater of Mokuawcoweo,
and to the districts of Puna and Kau. The
present outbreak indicates that the internal
fires are again at work undermining tho earth
crust below Kona, though it is to bo hoped
that there will bo no further outbreak. How
long this eruption will continue in action, no
one can tell ; but it is highly probable that
the volcano will soon burst out again, cither
near this spot or somewhere else on the islands
It is quite probable that n. B. M's Ship
Fautome, Captain Long, will visit Kealakekua
Bay during tho present week, and if so will
make investigations regarding this eruption
which will be of public interest.
In conclusion, wo cannot avoid remarking
that our visits to Pele s domains have been ex
ceedingly fortunate and well timed ; or else that
she is very partial to editors who vol
unteer to visit her solely to see and describe
her pyrotechnic displays. Four times wo havo
been thus singularly favored once in 1S59;
then in 1809, when tho eruption lasted only four
days, and we were among tho few who saw it ;
again in 1872, when we visited tho summit
crater of Mokuaweoweo, and witnessed it in
all its glory; and lastly the present most re
markable submarine eruption, the first of tho
kind recorded in Hawaiian history.
Among those who visited tho submarine
crater, in the steamer's boats, were, His
Lordship Bishop Willis, A. S. Cleghorn, H. M.
Whitney, W. W. Hall, W. Wilder, S. Myers of
California, John M. Sheldon, A. Moot of Can
ada, Engineer Campbell, and several officers
of the steamer Kilauea.
As illustrated Papeu. A portion of our next
week's edition will be Illustrated wilh a large pho
tograph picture of tbe new Parliament House. It
will also contain mnch valuable statistical inlornia
tlon abont the agriculture and commerce of tbe Is
land. Price of the Illustrated edition will be 50
cents per copy.
fanprciuc Court Ia I'roliistc.
Before Mr. Justice Jadd.
Estate of V. M. Kaplee deceased and Goardlan.
ship ol the minor children. Petition of W. C. Parke
Admiottrator and Guardian for settlement of his ac
counts as such, and discharge from further respont i
hility. The Court examined the accounts item by
item and aoprored and allowed the aatne. . Tbe ad.
minietator was orJered discharged, and his bond
cancelled. Mrs. Buchanan late Mrs. Kaplee filed
her receipt for the balance of tho account.
Guardinihip ot Lydia K Cummins, E K Cummins
aud Maria K Cummins, minors. Petition of Thomas
Cummins that A J Cartwtightbe appointed guardian.
It appearing that tbe above minora were entitled to
some real property from their rautber tbe late Mrs.
Cutumins, tho Court appointed Alexander J Cart
right guardian of the persons an 1 property oltbe
above minors, to file a bond in tbe turn of $1500, and
to render an account annually.
Estate of I Kalanlkahua late of Ilonoluln deceased
Petition Kabele w. for Letters of Administration.
The Court after hearing the testimony, ordered Let
lers of Admjoistraliun to bo isauel to Kahelew. upon
her filing a bond iu the sum of f500. Ioreotitry to be
filed in 30 days and notice to creditors to be adver
tised for 4 weeks.
Before Chief Justice Harris, by request of Mr. Jus
In the proof of the will of John Williams deceased.
Petitions of Mark P Robinson for probate of the
above decedent. The Court heard the testimony and
admitted the will to probate and ordered Letters
Testimentary to he issued to Mark P Robinson with
out bonds, as stated in tbe will. Nctice to creditors
to be yublisbed fur 4 weeks in both languages and
inventory to be filed within 30 days.
Before Mr. Justice Jadd.
Grace Rose vs, Morris Rose. Petition for separa
tion with almony. This case occupied 9 days, in the
testimouy, and ended by the Court refusing the
prayer ot the petition. Mr. llavidion noted an ap
peal. Cases r or the comic weee.
Before Chief Jnstiee Harris.
Proof of will of Gertrnde Dotnioique George.
Ah Chow and 125 others vs. Asien equity.
rr x PCRN'IKIIED ROOM TO RENT, IX A
fii convenient and central locaUon. Apply to Dr.
jToialGItS. comer Fort and Hotel M., Honolulu. 613 it
Tiir.ni: m i ivi. nc roi.i at pur.
I.IC Auciioq. on (Saturday, March 3d, at Uie Got
ernment lNjund at Koliolaloa, Honolulu, 1 Buy
Monte, white roreaea-l, ngn. ete wnne, iinma m-
descr.ba.Me on rlslit.
teiK .IT, 157.
AnnsT-cijvss tax.i:iusd cunnrei-.
who can find employment ftl the rmiloa JUnch
Co's Tannery ii. Walmea, Hawaii For Informfttlon apply
to Francis Spencer, Manager lUnloa Mieep IUuich Co.,
Walmea, Hawaii ; or to Lenehan A Cu Honolulu. 633 tf
F. II. E3.BMS, U. V. O. A. LIT HI OP, If. D.
IUS. t; OKIES JSC I.AXIIKOIN
533 WAILUKU. MAUI. ly
i;iVABI X. O'HAl.l.OItA,
Attorney and Solicitor,
Ii aatliorlia toln.I from $300 to f IO.O00. on Mortgag
or FreeboMa at lowest rate of Interest.
X3T Ageriu in London, and la all parts of Austral I.
Office un Fort 2tnt, (oppoU Mr. Ira Ricljard-On'i
Etore) Honolulu. 633 3m
a mrrr-Tt T3Tr7"V" ATP TjAW.
And agent to recti fo acstiiowledgemttnU of Labor Contract!
fjr tbe District of Mwkawao
WILL PRACTICE ON MAUI UKLY
Blank Labor ContnwtB appro Ted furm, and Stamped
PPr constantly on hand-tt-
Reldenc Italko, Maul. 63 lyr
Rhenish Wostphallan Lloyd
or ,m. ;i.AinACii. ithesiMs rroMin.
Aachenand Leipzig Insurance Co.,
OF AACIIO. (AIX-I-CIIAPEM-E.)
a I.I. CLAIMS FOR PAKTIfUl.AU AVKR.
AO suiEtalued by Goods arrlvlog bere, and Insured
lnilie above Companies, have to be made Atllh tbe coif
nlxaoce of and certified to by the undersigned, In order to
be valid. (CIS ly) J. C. PI-AUK. AcenU
Magdeburg Fire Insurance Company
THIS COMPANY WILT. UNpEHTAKF.
Insurance acalnst any loaeea caused by Are, to
buildings, merchandise, furniture, and any tlndot goods
and property, moTeable or not.
Capital fully paid up - - 2.500,000 Mark
Tbe exiennlTe security tbui afforded to tbe parties In.
eared la considerably tncreaaed by tbe close connections
of tfals Company with the Magdeburg Insurance Company
under whose auspices it was established, and wblch latter
Is again Intlmstely connected with tbe Magdeburs; Ite
Ii.surunce Cora pony and tbe Uurdeburs General-Insurance
CumpAiiy. . , ,, ,
The balance sheet of tbs year 1875 show tbe Mlowlng
fiujjicUl position of the renpectlve companies:
Magdeburg Fire Ins. Co.
Capital M -5,000,000
Capital and rtentlam Reserve Fnnd . M ,3tilI0 W
Revenue of premiums and Interest . M 20.M 8,802 80
MAGDEBURG RE-IK& CO.
Capital fully paid up M 1,500,000
Capital Reserve Fund Saving and Pre
mium Reserve Fund Incloded) . . M 1,993,218 02
Revenue of Premiums and Interest . M 2,411,14. ii
MAGDEBURG GENERAL INS. GO.
Capital fany paid up .... if 3,000,000
Capital Reserve Fund .Saving's and Pre
mium ReMm Fund Included) . if 1,238,65. 62
Revenue of PremtumsaDd Interests . M 3,0$1,6?2 03
The whole guarantee thus given by the above four es
tablishments amounts to the enormous sum of more than
Tone ample means enable the Hamburg Magdeburg
IW Tntmnutoe Comnanv to take considerable sums on
any particalar risk, thereby otTerlng a material facility to
mr. a. J a FfJKR. of the firm of B. F. Khlers fc Oo.
Honolulu, bas this day been appointed ageol for the Ha
Honolulu, February 26th, 1877.
Hamburg Magdeburg Insurance Company, by J. Koeh
ler, their attorney la fct. 3l 4t
PADDY IS EICE.
mn KUIPPV.ILS OP PADDY. AX IMPItES.
H sion seems to prevail In the Islands that Paddy, be
cause of not bring named In the Treaty, la uot admluable
free of duty. This Is erroneou. paddy being nothing
else but Rice, tbe Introduction of the word would have
beeu superfluous. All the paddy that has arrived at this
port since tbe promulgstlon of the Treaty has been ad-
mtftavtl frasaa . fttWMit a OefttlOIL.
Parties deeirous of shipping Paddy to this market are as
sured tbat It will be adnimea rree oi uuiy, aau nuuea ana
dressed la tbe best possible manner and on favorable
tsrmt hr UM. M. GKEKX WOOD.
General Commission Merchant and Proprietor of India
Rice Mills, baa Francisco, Cat. b32-3m
To Let, lease or for Sale.
0 OS REASON" ABLE TEBX8A OOSEVE3IT
EXT Family residence.
Sovoral Bill Tell Tig Iiota.
For particulars apply to
C24 lm JAMES 8. LKMON.
AFI.VF. RETT OF TIIIS WORK. 10 TO!
TJUKS, latest edition- Just received and for sale by
i na :v it m wi t ttn k
Through the Enterprising Efforts
of the Proprietors
and Oakland, California,
The public of Honolnln and vicinity will be enabled to
J?u.ioli.iase tlieir Goods sat; tlie Sixmo Ititio
An the Iuhftblljant or tbe .bores nnmctl fit lea.
On tho 2d of March or Immediately after the Arrival of the Schr.
W. 11. Meyer, they will
Open a Branch. Store!
At the welt, known premles of Mr. C K. William,
3ro. SO ODFLT STRJE5ETI
With a Full Line of Dry Goods, Shoes,
And everything else appertaining to ltf
We make no unbounded assertions, hold ont no unreasonable ludacemeuts, but will be rtad to coniince you tbat too
con buy cheaper and invrst your nj.ney to better advantage lhau anywhere else, at tbe
GREAT EASTERN AUCTION HOUSE I
No. 60 Port Street, Honolulu,
537 Market Street, San Francisco,
Cor. 8th and Broadway, Oakland,
P. Si The One Priced System will be Strictly Enforced. 633
THE ONUERSIGNED BKCS TO TENDER
lbs tiki to Ills Ex. V. L. Moebouua, Governor of Maui; T W.
Everett, Sheriff; W, SI. Gibson, tbe Agent, Matter, Officers
and Crew of tbe Steamer KiUoea, and to all frleudt, both
natives and foreigner, who tendered and rendered valuable
asilitance, co-operation and scrrices. Id UTlnf tbe Schooner
IolanI after being abandoned at sea bj the Officer, and Crew
Iu the M 'stole a.i Channel, and after tbe unfortunate accident
wbtcb befell her late Cooinisnder, A. &. Power., and the Tes
te! ou Tuesday night, tbe 13th lost.
The thanks tT thoie afflicted and iu sorrow, are also tender
ed to all for the kindness and sympathy expressed on account
of tbe sad loss by drowning of the late CapU.Powers and John
Adams, one of tbe native sailors of the Schooner IolanI.
A. r. CO0KK,
On behalf of the owners of tbe Schooner Zolaoi and all Inter-
es ted In tbe same.
Honolulu, Feb. S3d, 1877. It
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage,
rTIlK r.NnF.ILSH.NKn, BO II CUT LOVE.
of Honolulu, In the island of Oabu, hereby give
nntire that nursuant to a power of sale contained In a
certain deed or mortgage, dated tbe SIst day or Marcn
1973, made by tbe Corporation known as tbe IolanI
Lodge, Js'o. 4, Independent Order of Good Templars,
ex tiling at Wailuku Island of Maul, to the said ltobert
I.ove, and recoraeu iu tue itegisiry oi uecu, jionomm.
Liber 37. on pages 82, 83 and 84, and In cousequence of tbe
breach of the conditions contained lathe said deed. It Is
mv iritMstJrm to foreclusd tbe sabt mortgage, and after tbe
expiration of three Weeks from the time of the first pub
lication of this notice to ceusj tbe land and premises com
prised In the said deed to be sold by public auction, wblch
land Is described as follows :
A certain piece ot land situate In Waflaku aforesaid, and
bounded as follows; From tbe south-west corner of the
said premises adjoining tbe Court House lot, run north
81a east 4.W chains along tbe said lot, thence north
wet " .0 chains along the Wailuku Plantation, thence
south HH west 6-15 chains along the Church lot, thence
south 184 cast 1.49 chains along tbe Walkapu road tu
tbe starting poii.t Including an area of one acre.
Dated this zcta oay or reoruarr. isn.
633 3t Ur his attoreey Kdward Preston.
OX SUNDAY EVENIM-, ON FOKT Street,
a pair of Gold Hpectacie. In a black case. The
finder v. ill pleas leave them at the Office of II. 3J. Whit-
i TUE IIEHD Or NUUANU PAIIIV,
All wishing to buy Milch Cows, Heifers, Meers,
or Calves, can apply to John Tavuxta. ou the
Dissolution of Co-partnership.
nmiE COl'AUTXEHKIIII llEICCTOroill.
JL existing hem eeu CIIAS. HVLVA Jt CO., or WaUloWu,
latum nf Maul, and known ai the firm of HyIvatCo,
Ueuenal .Dealers, Is this thiy dissolved by mutual consent.
All outstanding accounts m w cuueciea anu an uabiiuies
assumed by A. KNOS ,fc CO., who continue tbe business at
ihr.i.i iun.1 in Wailuku. where the? will be lumpy to
serve their old customers as usual with, nn assortment of
Choice Ooods. CHAKLEd SVLVA,
Wailuku. Maul, February 8. W7. C3' -t
Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
THE t'0-l'AUTXi:KSIIIP OP I). rOSTEH
CYJ PAN Y Is this day dissolved by mutual con
sent. Mr. T. It. FOSTK.l will pay all bills against the
firm, aud collect all outstanuuig accounts.
XT lUJlaali Ub ,u.
T. IU F0STKK CO. will continue the BasI
nessof the late firm of I Potter Co., at the
Old Mtand. On hand. Oak llanK. Tar, Pilch,
Oakum, Yellow Metal, Composition Nails, (Spikes, Ac
Agents ror Schooners ariont jenny, mnce, Annie, aim
Manuokawal. 31 at
Notice of United States Consular
THIS IS TO' GIVE NOTICE THAT ATX
persona having claims ag)iist the Kstate of the late
A H NICHOLS. M. D.. are reuuesteu to present tbe same
In duplicate to the undersigned within six mouths from
the date of the first publication of this notice, or they will
be forever barred ; and tdl penons Indebted to tbe said
Kstate are requested to pay the amounts due without de
lay to THOMAS yi'KlS'CElt,
033 It umiea duki iwMuur.iKeiis, .iw, mwwi.
BY ORDER P THE UJflTKD STATES
Consular A Kent. Hllo, Hawaii, I a hall taTer at lllblie
On Saturday, the 24th instant,
Effects and Goods of Dr. Nichols,
a U W. P. CONWAY, Auctioneer.
SUGAR MACHINERY, &C.
mHE USnEHSIONED ARE FKCPARED TO
I furnish nUmatn for Buxar Machlntrr, Ac, ellhsr
libe road, at the I10SOLDLU IKON WOltKS, ortobf
ImportiKl from OLASOOW by a vraael to leave tbat port
about Julr or August next, or bj aaother veasel to leavs
la February, lbjs.
Tlloy Havo on XXArtd,
Far Sale ONE SGUAR MILL AND GEAR,
Twenty by Tnlr.j-.iiix,
ALSO. 0SE OR TWO SIZES OF
Second -Hand Sugar Mills!
Gear and Power, which may be delivered la a few
ALSO. FOR SALE TO ARRIVE I
33 S 3ai.To a. n Is.!
From Qlaigow, Due in June Hext,
6,000 Cnllon Clarlflor.
Four Pairs Wra ton's Onlrimsl Marhlnea,
ALSO. OX If AND AJTO rOR SALE,
Clilna nnllJlnit Bricks, Portland Crment, Fenclnt Wire,
Hoop Iron. Heat Asanrtetl Bar Iron, Kaat India ltto.
Cldoa ilalUnf , &, dc.
ITXicA trill It Sold in quantities to Suit,
at the Lowtit Market Mates.
N. B. -Those Planters who are contemplating lnereasr
lot tbe capacity of their mills, may hear or a pnrchasen
for their old mills, tear and power, by an early application
lo the nnderatfnea.
SJS P. T. IiCXlHAV Co.
Gentlemen intending to Build
OU MAKE ADDITION. AI.TKR ATIOXH.
or repairs, will And It to their Interest to consult
with the undersljtnwl, who will supply designs. coniUidnc
Coiivenlence and Kconomy, with aultahle Archltectnral
KmbellUltment, and coarranleed estimates of Coat.
K. OAKLEY. International IfotaL
Skilled workmen In all departments sent to any part of
the Islands. C?9m
That! well-Utted nml .Suitable, Ntor.
for a reull or wholeaale business In odd Fellows
, Hall. Apply to
W, C PARKE, ")
J. O. aKTEB. iTmstees.
Or A. B. CIXailORN.J
Honolulu, Ocl :i, is:s. eis-tt
MT1TF. LAKflK ASB MI'AOOCSSB.
OROUUIiM, formerly known u tbe sjK
Seaide Eesidence of Kamehameha V
There are on tbe premises two Handsome Cuttagvs, fur
nished. Tbta oCTers a rare opportunity for parties desirous
of securing- a handsome Reach Residence, with first-class
Rathltig faculties For full particulars apply lo
633 5t ALEX. J. CAItTWRlaitT.
TflOSE IaESIUABIE PREMISES l!f
AUkea Street, formetiy occupied by Mr, KrriL
Beclcley. Tbe House Is pleasantly located, and
Terms reasouable. For further particulars apply to
S32 St ALEX. J. CAUTWItiailT.
"W 3XT T DE3 ID
THE LADIES TO KNOW
That the Undersigned has
JUST RECEIVED A
SUPKUB LINE OP
GOLD AND SILVER GOODS
SUITABLE FOR TUB
CUSTOM AEY CHRISTMAS GIFTS
Among which xcill be found,
Elogant Clatter Diamond RIogi,
Ladles and Gent's Solitolre,
Ruby, Emerald, Sapphire and Pearl King?,
Onyx, Amethyst, Garnet, Pearl, Turquoise, Mom Ag
ate and other different letting..
Ladies Jett Onyx,
Neck Ch&loi and Locked with Ear RIogi to
Ladies Saperb Ametbjrit, any other Setti,
Ladies Coral Setts,
Ladles a children I Neck Chains,
Ladies & Children- Looked 4 Chatni.
Baby Caff Pint,
Baby Shoulder Loopf,
Child's Fingei Riogf,
Ladiet Gold Bracelet!,
Ladiei 4 Gent's finest gold Watches,
Both Key and Stem Winders,
Ladiei Garnett Ear Rings,
Ladies Coral and other Setting Ear Rings,
Ladiei Breast Pins, assorted designs,
Ladies Jet Setts.
SOUS SILVS1 WAIE
Solid Silrtr Table Forks aad Spoons,
Solid Silrer Tea Spoons,
Solid Silrea Sugar Shells,
Solid Silrer Salt Spoons.
Solid Silrer Cake and Fit Kntras,
Solid Silrer Berry Spoons,
Solid Silrer Child's Kniiei, Forks and Spoons,
Solid Silrer Butter Knlrei,
Solid BUrer Cups and Ooblcts,
Solid Silrer Daistrt Forks and Spoons,
Solid Silrer Mstoh Boxes.
In fact Eoerything in the above Line.
Ladies. Now Is jour time to Box as In a little
Time bene 70a will bare to par under tbe
New Tariff 50 per cent aitra for any
goods in tbe abore Liae,
Ooods note open and Jieadg far Sale.
No Plated rood, la this Establishment. "S
MS 3n M. McINKRNY
FrniU Prepared by the Alden Proceu
PEAKS, OF DIFFEBKXT TARIKTIBst
rinma, ate, tc For Sale bj
BOLLES St CO.
The Hawaiian Hotel
Under th. manacement or It. VON OEITMlaTFEX.
ALL SEI.ICACTEH HSOWJI T THE AGE
constantly kept on hand, and aerred to surpass lha
paat, arrest the preaent, and stereotjrpe the rolnre cnar,
anteed to eaUsrjr tha epicure In bts wildest dreama. Wed
dings, Pinners, and all other nitrate and 00.010 Orders
will be executed tn mr nsoal elsratsd style,
sa Jm 11. VOX OEIILUAFYES, Uaaafer.
lay 12. 1. AIA3IS.
REGULAR CASH SALE !
ON THURSDAY, - - MARCH 1st,
At hair-Iiaat 9 A .51 ., ait Sale. room.
ASST. OF NEW GOODS
Fine Prints. Muslins, Linen Drills,
Brown Cottons, White Cottons, Merino,
Victoria Lawns, Silk ilandtercbiers.
Hemmed Lioen Hi:!ksrchifs.
Harrard Shirts, Fane Flannel Orsrihirts,
Turkish Towels for Bathing,
Blankets, White Shirts, Amoikeef; Denims,
Amoskeag Stripes, Cotton Drill, Brilliants,
Merino and Cotton UndersMrls,
Felt and Straw lists, Ladies' Hose,
Men's Socks, Bridles and Hits,
Etc., Etc., Ete.
Gr x o c e 1 i e aSc c -5
Yeast Powder, Sardines, Wrapples; Paper,
Soda Crackers, Clothes Pins, ltams,
Baeon, Candies, Pickles, Tobaeeo,
Cigars, Fine Tea, Oysters,
Salt. Pea Nut Oil,
Wash Bine, Pain Killer,
Also, Crushed Sugar.
E. P. AT) Ann. AucCr.
REAL ESTATE !
On School Street,
OPPOSITE FORT ST. SCHOOL.
Four Pieces of Land I
Ailjoloine Latvls blons;lnr to ypsars. fiUwrart,
Jaa. Wooti, mad Itlkol,
HAVING A FRONTAGE ON SCHOOL ST. OF (35 FT.
aa Kotloe of lime of sale ami other partlcolars wOl b
gWen la doe lime.
tana or iM grouna can do sa a. .o umc or
E. V. AUAMS Aoctloner,
At Private Sale,
A small lot of choieo
Red Columbia River Salmon,
E. P, ADAMS Auctioneer.
Schooner for Sale.
THE USDEKSIUXED OF VERS
The Fine Schr. " John Young,"
As she now llsvx. with all her FaOa, Rtsxtnic And Slorva.
reair fur sea. For further particulars apply to
For Portland. Oregon.
THE FAST SAILING BAItEESTUtZ
Jane A, FaBrinburg,
Will have Quiet Dispatch for above Fort.
For freight and passage appt r to
S3 CASTLE St COOKE. Axrnla.
TIME 1 A "F.Ii3S.
HAUCllAXT. t i t i MAJ4TEU.
itarch 5Uu Moadar, i P M ...
March lllh, Monday
March lth. Monday, a P
Marcn saili, Muoaay, 5 I'M...
, arcnll Hawaii
On all Windward Trios the steamer "fll leare her wharf
at 5 ; all trips to Vauat, will leareat . i. u. On tltwn
tups toe sw.ui.er wui out iaT .wawauia Daror 10 a. m.
Makeuaasperuutlceonnptrlp. Maalara Car not befor
7 A. u. Any chanire frooi the abote will b s-dTenWd.
S" Ao Crexllt ror lhsmiisrtt Slonej. -a
Tickets mt tlie o(Ilee ouly.
No berth will be tronahlered as taken until paid tct. Xot
respooalble for untuarked lUtface or any trelcht or far
caUnDleas receipted for.
Freigat Money Bao on Demand.
-0T An effort will be made to bar ibe Hteamer reach
Honolulu on toe e renins; of the same day she leaTeaMaol
SAMUEL (J. WILDER. AcenU
Onice with Wilder A Co.. corner of Fort Queen Mrevta
FOR KOLOA & OTHER PORTS ON KAUAI
am THE 8CII00NEU
Will hare rHroIar dlapatch for KauaL as above, nntfi
further notice, 0r "relt,t aodPawnitrs Ukea at the
BOLLE-H A CO Axenta.
P. BThls Teasel has lust been thorooaihlr repaired
newl-jcoppered, and pot In In perfect order. 1
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINEI
ifi C. 0 rower A Co. Agents.
CFuf favorabU arraBcemeats caa alwat t m&3&
nat for storsc and ihlpment of Oil. IWa. Wo-L llldoaaawl
uthsr Htrchaadlse to JIsw BJftrd. Boston. New Tock and
-tQrEatrn forts. WUath Adt ante. made.
ISZ-lf C. BKKWEK A CO.
KhowIcs' Patent Stcan Pimps
C. BREWER & CO.,
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands
Por Syron. from. Hoastou
ABOVE CELEBRATED PUMPS, FROM NO. 2 TO E.
AM abc nranr to receive mrdekh
for any of the pumpa of this make to be forwarded
overtan4 tf neeeaaar
BOIlVEn FEED I-CHIfl.
1'ompi for Hot or C'olit Waster, Halt Waaler
Prlres an4 other Information rlTen tf
en iu a nnEWKtt CO.. asrau
HC AGENT FOR THE BRITISH Vr-
esiTwd Ifutrnetloos to reduce tbe rates f Innrencae
i(n Marine iHaraacn Cueapaay. (UmltedL kaa ra-
betneeo lloctolata and I'tXta In the Pacific, and Is now pm
psre4 to tuna rottO al the KrwMl rt-s. wttk aspectai
redaction on fxettlat per itsaaisrs.
ttl ly Atat BriU Toe. Mar. Ina. Ca, Unalted.
)KIl L.ATE AKRIVAaJi-
Th Earthly psradlse, by WlUtam Morrlt, 3 role.
CsntcnoUl History of the Colled SUles,
Tbs Teaches Bible. SeitUe bladloc, with mapa, con
Warren's Family liyslrlaa.
Youcj Fulk's Centeuoiat Hooks.
IiwRlet Dennda, 2 Tula, boood ta cloth
Pritkctples of the 1U rotation.
nealih at Uome. by Dr. Hail.
Webster's Coantlos; Hoaee Dictionary,
The Man In the Moon and other lopU,
FiTt Weeks la a Balloon, Jtdea Versa,
The Prime Minister a aoTel,
Every ry Topics, by Dr. n&lland.
8Tea Oaks, by Dr. UoUaada,
Wit, II amor and Shakespearn,
Kathenne, by Dr. HoUand,
The Inrollhy Legends,
rijunoolh UoUecUoa llyms and Tones,
OTeat BatlW or the BrlUst. Xary,
The Ureal Bonanaa
Kay Pwdmer roetfc! Worlca,
The Spirit of rnlae. UostraUd.
For Bale by
H. 1C. WBrnfET.
By C. M. B.IKTBW.
WEDNESDAY, iTBKUAXY 38.
At IO w rlMlc A. 71.. wBI B. PVa! l
AN ASSORTMENT OF GOADS
Frlnta. GoUoaaa, Hoatu,
A Lot of Valuable neks.
ALHO, AT II OTXGOC
One Large Carriate Herse,
SoM wtlh a warranrr 013 saja
.llaU a. Gentle Ctarrlatcv Raarwv
Lot of Provisions & 8 teres.
Bbla. of Beef end rwfw.Kaa afsxr.
Ban eX rhaar. atom wf Sreaal, e, aav
LEASE OF CROWN LANDS
Br Order of Osnsalsaliaai n ef Cswans taaaaay I wgt swtt at
ON SATURDAY. - MARCH 3d,
At II O'cloc Soon, ataalts atawaav
The Lease of tie Citwn mi Um,
III THE DISTWa Bf WJWW, BUSS Of MM.
CwaStalmleieT saas Ar
aaaraca As 1 1 a.
Tor a term of tea reawsveswnmaiarliac fraam nvalaa Jaqraar
Cpsvrt Price 13e
THE LEASE OF THE LIKE RSM P0.
Wltit Kalat Lauaal AaSJaMatlawr.
8(tnate as WaQapa. trtec as ta. Daatrart at Saaaaa, Zakaaas.
of Oatao, tor a urns ef 1 Jwara.
C 3. HARTOW Jlaa-t'r.
FURNITURE AT AUCTION 1
At the Cottage on King St., belota Xurseanu,
nearly opposite Jfr. Thrum t,
TUESDAY, MASCS Sta.
At 1. aVclayek A. S wUl a Baslat,
SUPERIOR HOUSEHOU FWtMTlME!
ConajatlRS: fca rartef
OM Decant lahuM laauH WaCat Cwattw Tatvlav
Whatnots. CneaS as Praaseri aawt awetweare.
Lonny.. Chatrs. Hair-Chun Kawy Caaafav lla n St ai.erei a.
OOV. IMtc. rVTars. Ctiaa rs.TaJW CUaa.
Kiaa tMatid, aixiBC Haltraasa. rawsaaar nswana.
Mosquito 'tel. Waanataavtt. rt. Teatet aav
ana4a8pcaaa,KaUTeaaa4 fwaa. fljaoa, rinil.c twttav
raaak attar, avasd Cawaklatsr Btstsnlaw,
OanWa Tools. Vmaala OlaUn. ajaj a TaraatT aaT aawfal
and ornaeaental ajtartea.
KISO . .
1 Superior Saddle Hares. SauUJa & IkisSc.
C K. lUJROtr, Am Hi. .
ON TUESDAY, : : XASCH Mti,
ON THE PREMISES. BERETARIA ST..
OW3EB BT Kat. S2. W. rtMJLT.
trtn b sao,
OfsiavM aaidaew. Casus aw eaisac a
Pailor, Bed Room & KHcki FsnNtwi,
Cnerarlor fast, Walaat ttalr Caatk Caara. 3S.TM.
Top Tanl. n. CT-.
Al. Stiipcrior Pinno !
Caat ta Sia. FraaKaar. aaesv
Powerful Parlor Organ,
gnltable for Lecture, er caaaat tiiwi. .Ka.4 SWaaaatJ ay
A VARIETY OF Fffii PAIHTfflfil I
Cnanderiere with ratent Bamara.
KssaaaVseTatit.. CHalra. Kaaa llaatatawd.
sprue isalTraaaa. uaar jbm
CROCKERY AND CLASSWARC.
Cook Store. Caesar. Cbrawlaa, lav. A a.
At 13 .'rtasela wtH saw tVatall
THE VALUARLE PROPERTY
The House in Good Co&ditiofi,
CnAtalalaa; Rouaaa, wtUs Itsln Hesais niiiuiiaV
Aary aMeaiiaqodiao. maMiayaaiawCrraa..ns.aaa Aslaa.
rat room flat faaal : ataatta ar. SUaal arttaj aaaaw Vssasas, awat
recMtly aollt ns ta. saoH aaawl.al.il ei a mn ae, at trial . s
Tlsla ftaJ OflOrre at Bstrw CTiasif
TO porebavas a asaoat aVaafaat. naS Isaiaa. ilia i aw Iff lacmtaat
a. .. af Use Oawas attwata as Daaajawaaaa.
-SiaJ. poaltrn. Teraa tbarai aed aai Is aaaaara at
C. S. BARTOW. Aart'r.
Pasture, Pasture I
Howes. s-Awrtmataa asvidiiu
Irra A HOC. Ilarae. win pwwrrwa aawt em.
.red daily, before a a. au aawl aiW 4 r. ax.
Ml A. SCXTSH.
X AXn trtu nmsniTr ea.
XACT m actlhraa.ha aJt inner. r sum is
arffl-m ires ail and alt tans aaataas aaa a, a.
i " r rfc----r r ai, wai sii t.
aii-!a a ir. raCARi
'JL' H hl BEST
Ever Imported. Jer Sle im. IsHs
to Suit, at
T TRB ITSDEatSHOXBS
I aaaBlk: Sioaarsi. Uaat Sat aarwita. 1
Brown kaa Vft mj Oft ajid aavad wttaWat jMe
aaajcaaaa ijan mm my aaxs
Kataa. AraraetJttk. Irra.
Iroa Water Wheel fr Sle
; w 1. ia iHniwft.iT trr imssakii
snmifaniemar stt ytmtmmtlm
n ur HJ.T.