UQXOLVLV. MAJtCII. 2S.
W bT eerer! rrirU to report this week from fjrelgn
port IUrk Mot from BrfaN, with aborted arp, to
llatkMi CjJ ue forth 0rna hark FahaniM from
lltiiirerr fcoanl U Uh Rnwiw territory on th Anoor
jy-rer nJ -,ia' barfe Cleoo and IUIdLow, th
fjrr f ?5w BedSari, TteUllo. ud th Uttsr from a
Thar v nomber of eseU due, icOo them tb but
m tiroery -- tchooner Oca Pearl from San lTn
ciatJ Lri Slatti Mar from Fortlaott, tmrfctntlae Victor
frm pact soaaL o4 Codnjc from U-aiton.
Th mil H0r Cit j of New York will pr&bahly be In
t. -Murrv with Aaitrallso dste to the 10tb tmrtaiit.
w1mI: Urt sloaot U'oIUmUd I at Emuu' ..barfr
BtoU hr cull, preparatory to leaving fjr the Arctic.
Bark aoJ clwoaer V. 1L Meyer are, co th lrth
laiiBC fjr fa roeicu, to all aarly In April.
jUrkcHaleaW A Lor Iutm to-d.y with a fait cargo fjr
lUrK Kn.a aftar di-charRiot crjt will proceed to
jlaxatlaa I bllt. to li there far bom port.
0i Ute-t aJr.ee frt Bin FrancLeo wer to February
3rd ljtteitwr &tj Syflnry.
The CommeiritJ Reporter of Portland, flffnrM up the
pn:wt'-lpp troja oreon da rim? the yar 1876, an fol
low Wheal, ,V-4i.643; floor, f 1,.4,43. ; aalmon canoed
ant. pictled, 4S,4,OoO,bT canned and ptcKted, Wti,ttjO;
od tiiv'.ow lumber, tMiV),ouQ ; ena, i,wk,ouo.
hprdcu. flM.OuO. Total, tU.KS.0s7 which U
B TerT CTediUble aim lug-.
TO preMn' aitaatlou of affairs In Cuba la well nigh
dMiracQfcorauvrry. Kmuayaugar plaQUttua have
tmo tMinic-1 aod buids cjuaequeoilr attbdrawn from
tb''rcu.aTlion, that Ubor isvrry cheap, aod a alive
vsbl wi worth $t,-VQ la IMS w.U now hardly bribKflOi.
Tmvoa wobtii knowing. K-p ta la a cloe chest ur
Keep ct3r by Itself, a It odor aflrcti o:her articles
Keep brmul anl rake In a tin box or atone Jxr.
CrMbernc wii fcerp fr moth la a ttrtli or water.
Orauce aod ieoiocs keep best -nrrapped la soft paper.
3 yard w.de b - louir cootalita 1 acre.
40 rrd o - io cuoulua I acre.
-. r s r.r JoniT roDt&tns 1 acre.
i Z'-i fert wide by IM Ion cootalns 1 acre.
I yiktti ctir Kamol, A'llbar, ftom Kafaalol
f t-CUr Kaia4il, Clnney, fruui Km)m mti Walmea.
hchr airy Queen, 1'cul. fiOm UaualeL
S-bchr Marina, Chrutian, frum NawibwiIL
tKhrJtttuy, Uilauia, from XiUwlU.
hc&rUanuokawI, Kala, fM" Naalliwlll.
iirr, tie Fohaaue. lleakeu, t day from rielslager
So Am. h.bClen,ye, ftota Aaw Idford
fy:brranLI, lUu, frotu llllo
Am. w b. Lt. IUiobuw, 0Knt from crnlie.
28 scLr Nettie Mernll, Oao. fro LJiaiLa.
ts.br IUanl, Kalaiiao, fjr Mallko.
Iari Schr lolaal, KalaoaO(fjt JUlIVo.
34 Jscbr Mno, CbrUtiao, fur Kulua and Wstmea.
fccbr Kaulle, Cany, fr Kolua and Waiuie.
chr MaauuVawAl, Kalaa, fr Tallaa.
bebr lMry Queen. roL, for Ilaualel.
biunp Uti Vut. Uma, for Mglukk,
IT cbr Karoul, UTitbur. for L'ahalul
atrJeaay. VVilllauit, fjrNriUwllL
rhr lowChi, Ciarae, for llaaa.
U I R M hip J puactx, Um VutnUkolT, f jt 5. T.
Ambrlc MorolDRfUr, Ci'curd, repatrlnfi.
ilaw bit loiaai, tirrU, LMdiuR.
Am bark H W Alaty, fremuMi. ltfdina
Am acbr C W War J, U, ltJluc
Am acbr W U Alejer, Browo, lwadlnR.
Am chr General Harney,
Am bit LefJ Tender.
Am Wcnte Joeejkh rertlni.
J1L VollaAtoo, lurker.
Three Jlrothera, 0 en. Balled March SI.
bea. Ureeze, llarnes.
Am. b. bk. lUiabow, COin.
r From Irt Gamble, er liktne Juaeph Perkinp, March S3.
! ?U)Crtlrerd lumber, 301) ft rvuh, 1 50, WO bluet.
From San Franctaco, ir Am. achrGen. Harney, March
33.-3 ct aud Si ca bread, 1 c tjy, I bale cttwn cwJ
10)ceoealutltiai. lUeurlC potatuM. c mnikets. a pkp
rartrid-e aud l'ttJ., 4S has abut, 1 pkc una. Si cs pow
der, cape and cartridge, 1 1U Ttnegr.
From MTaabloctoQ Wand, per Ktuao, March SO, 69 plcgi
fanoral prwdaea and 4 JO oeaaaats.
TrOTO Bremen, per Ilaw. bt Kamol, March 53 2 eaike
i and I cs apothecary war. I e Jewelry, 7 c cloihln. 5 ci
g viarar, I7cfle;laaware( latcawlra. 15 CS private effect i,
I .ira mi.iMrwrv. 42 ca hardware. TCdttt alcub-tt. 6 c(u
Id u bine. 23 ca cirt, 1 bale flannel, 30 ct gunpowder, 21 ca
ptirfaiaery, 6ca tuckinice. 4 flra, 1 c bad', 4 cs mia
alonary effwcU. 3 ck liquids. Si ca pale ale, 41 ca and I c
merchaoit. IS roll lead, StfJ bales apr, I C mcrcbaudiae.
I1S9CS n4 6 C pruvwwua. ia iwimici hub.
caudlea, 1 C an, i C "!. uua, .uuii, - u,
p M I c mtrtn. &J0 Ci and 3t)0 batkeU eio. Sa bble
Ibeer, 1 c !dia rubber 3c eatlery, " bale cwrdace. Sc
, U taua, is ck aua ic paiuia, c urr,
. i S I. minr. 1 c uicrtMOuDc. 40 bbli Coat tar. SO bbl
:.r AirA. urar citolors. 100 omU baaket. IS2 bare Iron.
IS bdU ott ahaoka, 1 cka head aad iKMpa, IS! ca, 14 keg
nnl 3 cka crtrlea. W0 empty dniyhn, 200 rnipty ayrup
STm. t ...Mr nil l.bla. 3thl einntr netful bbla. 3 Cks raialna.
! 10.000 alaiM, 23,771 bricks, 3 parcels aud 1 c aamplea. W
bales and 60 ca cotton aud woolen, 60 ca tin plates. 15 cs
aadJlery, I c metal, 10 ca tla. 600 bbls cenieut, 25 bale
llraaiaas, I bale twine, 3d drum caustic soda, 100 bdls
fmcrwiie. 31 ca galr, piNa, Scs revolrers, 3 ca moslc, 3 cs
flaw. 5 ca wuolea, 1 c siatea, 1 c elate petwits, 1 c jrearTea,
1 cuinbr'Jlia, JOcka oil, 1 c thread. Sen cotton.
Dcm Viviucs Vivamub, If the article on our
fourth pige on the future of the race cid be believed,
bo rain it j- hit aboot reached Its highest tla ire ol de
velopment, and will befffn aoon to top off" like a
anperaonoated cocoa-nut tree.
Almost A FaMiac The schooner Nettle Mer
rill, which arrired thla morning from the windward
report that there is a great scarcity of flonr and
other edibles in Kohala, olni: to the breaking
down of the Kllanea aod the non arrlral of achoon
era. Captain Crane reneromlj divided LI etorct
with tome of the Bufferioc families.
Coming Is. Fire of the fifteen oralrtctn whal-I
ere, which are expected here thla Sprine, hare al-
ready arrived. Their naniea msj be fonnd In the
commercial column. The la&l arrlral was the Kaln
bow, Cpt Cogan, yesterday, with 400 barrvla f oIL
She reports the Florence a sonn dne litre, and as
tiavlnc taken, when laht heard f mm lft.1 iMrrU
The two whalerihare both been epcuding the sea
son at Margocrlta By.
Raix. On Monday nl;ht there was a most crate-
fol shower of rain In the xalley and town, which
cooled the air. wished the dust from the foliage, and
beUofall, laid the dutof the trcets, Wc trut
tlat the spell Is broken the spell ofUry wrsthcr
we mean and that showers may ticrealttr be both
frequent and bnanllful, othemIc lhecomin; sum
mer will prove exceed ioply uncomrorlable, and
our water supply will run f boiler than ever. How
soon is the uew rocnolr to be commenced?
Real, Estate Silc The dnelllng-hoose aod
premises on the comer of Berctault Avenue and
Puna ho a Street comprising ten or twelve acres of
land lately owned by Mr. Agncw, hare been pur
chased by Hon. IL A. Widemann, for $G,0(W. It U
understood that the purchaser intends to build on
the VdCaiit tut makal or the present duelling iioUc-c,
when be rrturns from Germany. This sale, as well
as tbat'tiotlced last wcetc. Indicates that choice real
estate I in demand.
BiRTnniT or tub Em peuok. Thursday last was
the SOth aunlversary f the birth of Emperor Wil
liam of Germany. The Russian war vessel Iaponltz
wa dressed In honor of the ociaslou, and flag
were displayed on the eorernment building and
foreign cooulates. At noon, J. C. Glade Eq.,
German Cooeul at this port, rtcelrcU the congrat
ulations of the King's suite, Hawaiian Gu eminent
olficidls. representatives of foreign covernments
aud others, aud the health of hU Imperlil Majesty
was duly buuuurcd. r. C. Advertiser.
RoeotT of Ilaw, scbr. Kibaa, Hatfield, master. LeU
I Hmuini m rw fatoh W 'annlnr'a I aland and arrived Jan 4 :
lontheltthleft fjr Waablnpt-.a Island and arrived the fob
tfWiaeday; left for ranouif on in m aua wruM on
the IMh; leftfjrKeaMi Island on thelTlb; SVtb croeaed
tLoruator la locf. IWZS ; Feb 5th arnved at IUaons;
llthUafortanulDc'a; SOth craed the equator In louje.
i(stfus rrifudit Fannlnc'e oaSltb: March Snd left
I fjr Washington; aib left for Uooolulu aud arrived on SOth.
TTh.linrWrt nonn. from New ftedford. report a hsvlnc
I .i 1. .Ut hlrh va landtxl at FavaL
On theSSuf lumary, la N. Ut. J t5 and W. long. 116 10.
( tbe ship Orient T New Vork. Capt Allen, 18 dsj
from Sau Fraudaoo, bound U New Vork. Arrived at H1I0
on March 15th, where Capt Nye took command, and arrived
eff tbi port uo the SClb.
- ...... .... n r-.i.llrth.1.l ITnnib
lain, MarcU 34th. by Kev. II KOckmann, Mr. James Ander
eoo Eiut to Mia Charlotte II. Davis.
TABKEB- la thla city, March 23rd, tb Ker. IIpujaailD
M". Parker, In the 71th year of bla age, A native of Heading.
Development. Oar neighbor or his ltemlzer,
makes a desperate attempt to be funny at the ex
pense of this journal, on account of our use of the
word "development1 In connection with the Com
mission appointed under an act "to aid in the de
velopment of the resources of the Kingdom." Auy
man except perhaps an occasional "royalist'
would quietly accept a 6lugle word selected from a
long aud Inconvenient title, aod be thankful for the
abrerUtlon. We do not "care a tig" what the
the word tusy figuratively suggest "lu the Queen's
polite English," aud we are confidant that no
one but the would-be humorist, thought of
a "big b ly" In readiug our item. Alter his
proud announcement a week or two ago that the
"pastry-cook of the City of Sydney is an old ac
quaintance, of whose culinary skill we had a most
gratifying and highly satisfactory persoual experi
ence on a recent voyage on board the Uollma," we
can readily imagine that be might see suggestions
of his divinity In about every other word In ordi
nary use, and especially after the rrovelH ng admis
sion which followed the above quotation, viz;
"we are always glad to meet old friends, partindaT-
such as have luruUbed us with the bread, or In
this case the rakes and sweetmeats or cravinc ani
mal life," "Being a Royalist ourtclf, we" ob
serve the Indignities offered the Queen's Eng
lish In these few words "tj led the gentlemen
Royal Commissioners." Please make a note of
that. O Co mm lis ioners. and when vnu come
home, reward the toady with a gift of "cakes
and sweetmeats." iieing neither royalists nor ti
dies we shall continue to use just such terms as
we may judge to be most appropriate and expres
sive. Ecciltptus Planting. The Central Pacific Rail
road Company has arranged to hate 40,000 eucalyp
tus trees set out along 500 miles of the right of way
ol the company. This right of way embraces fifty
feet each side of the track, and thus ample room Is
afforded lor removing the trees to a proper distance
from the tracks to shield tUena from the effects of
passing trains. The work of setting out these trees
Is to Imj prosecuted under the supervltloo of J. R.
Bcupham. The first trees will be placed along tbe
line of the California Pacific Railroad. The species
known as tbe cuclyptua globulus will be used in
this work, and the trees come from the nursery of
G. C Baxter, Alameda county. The" object of this
plan h to note what effect the plantlngof thesetrete
will hare upon the climate. It Is tbe theory that
lanrc numbers of them will Increase the humidity f
tbe atmosphere and lessen the liability to droughts.
The denuding of hills of their limber, and tbe clear
ing away of forests has a direct effect upon climate,
as Is well established, and tbe lotentlon now Is to
see how far artificial means will be effective lu re
storing the balance believed to hare been lost by
the clearing out 01 our loresis, us wen as ine scat
tered groups of valley trees. In this connection it Is
to be noted that the Directory of the Good Templar'
llome for Orphans at Vallejo has now In pioms
the working of setting out 3,000 of tbe euclayptus
globulus upon the grounds of tbe home, which will
make quite a forest when the trees thall be fairly
grown. Tbe very low price at which these trees
are to be obtained, a nominal figure itidced, and the
action of the Central Pacific Railroad Company has
stimulated the Inquiry anew why it would not be
an excellent stroke of policy lor this city to secure
at least 5,000 or 0,000 of these trees at once, as the
time for transplanting is good, to be placed by tbe
city or citizens who will care fur them utitil well
rooted, lu those districts of the city which are most
liable to malarial lufiucuces. It Is established that
such experiments have been highly successful,
noiablv that of the English Gorcrnmeut at the Cane
of Good Hope, and of the local government of a re
gion lu Belgium. Sac Union.
:oti:s or tiii: wkkic
Temitino. The list of good things advertised In
to-day's Issue by Messrs. llenry May and Co. Read,
aud sample, aod buy.
A mail may be expected by the baricentine
Dwcovery, Capt. Shepherd, now due from San Fran
cisco, nlth dates to March 15tb.
fj3f- The Incoming Eastern mall will bring In
teresting news the luaugural address of Presi
dent Hayes, the appolulments under the new
steamer City of New York, Capt. Cavalry
will be due from Sydney to-morrow morning, and
will leave for San Francisco ten or twelve hours
puiuti a rr Inter-! inc chart showlnir the
. --. .. . . . . 1 .t". n.j"
routes traveiea oy me sieav paruea uu mc
expedition, may be aeeu it the Bookstore Also a
number of other Arctic charts on various scales.
ev- There la nrobablr no house In tOWO which
k-xv I -
keeps as full and varied an assortment of general
merchandise, as that of Castle and Cooke, whose
new advertisement see in today's paper.-
Stmk. Kilauea. The efforts to weld togetherthe
broken screw abaft of this vessel, of which we spoke
last week, having proved unsuccessful,, a new shaft
bas been constructed out of fresh Iron, and it wilt
be put Into place to-morrow. Tbe usetul old craft
will be ready for sea again by Monday next, when
ahe will proceed to tuio.
Better Yet. Since our last issue we have been
Informed that tbe yield trcm one field of a hundred
aud six acres of cane on the Kohala Plantation,
which was recently cut, averaged 10,126 pounds of
sugar to the acre, or more than 5S6 tonsrom the
whole field. And this was without Irrigation. If
any plantation can report a heavier yield on an equal
or larger area, we shall be happy to announce the
FrjxtRiLcr His Late Highness Kanaina. The
funeral ceremonies of the venerated father of Ills
Ltte Majesty Lunalilo will take place to-morrow
ironi his late residence on Palace Walk. Tbe pro
gramme of the order ot procession may oe louna in
another column. The coffin baa been constructed
hr fe Wlefce. and Is a fine specimen of workman
ship. It Is made of loo, the carving and ornamental
work being of very dark Ion, forming an agreeable
contrast to the lighter coioreo aoo.
II. L R. M'a S. Iatonete. This transport which
has been in our harbor for the past nine weeks, left
yesterday at ten o'clock A. M. for San Francisco,
where she will loin the Russian Fleet, During her
stay here she has been completely refitted and rc
ptlred, and goes to sea lu fine condition. She will
HO over unacr eicam, sou i
thr ahnnt the tr,A of next week. Mr. F. A.
Sshaefer took passage by her. Previous to leaving
tbe uarbor. saiuies were exenangea ucmccu tuc
Ship and the fucchbowl battery.
Supreme Couri lu probate.
Before Mr Justice McCully at Chambers.
In tbe matter of the estate of A R Powere deceas
ed. Petition by Mary F Powers, widow of tbe
above decedent, that A Frank Cooke be appointed
administrator ot tba said estate. The Court beard
the evidence and afcertainlng therefrom that Mr
Cooke was aDartner ot the deceased aptuinted whb
consent ol the wiaow 10 t is omitu aaniiniMmioroi
the estate to file a bond In the sum of f 1000, and
the Court further appointed him guardian of the
minor children Emma aud Maria upou his filing a
bond in the sum of 500. Xotlce to creditors to be
advertised fori weeks In the Hawaiian Gazette and
Inventory to be filed In 30 days. Administrators
accounts to oe renaerea in o inomus.
Cases tor tuecomino week.
Junker vs. J K Uuauna et alii. Equity. Before
Mr Justice McCully.
H A Widemtno vs. L Abnlo, Equity questions of
taxes. Uelore Mr Justice turns.
In Probate. Estate of E Mlkaleml deceased. Be-.
fore Chief Justice Harris.
Order of Procession for the Puneral of His
Late Highness Charles Kanaina,
Grand Cross of tbe Orders of Kamthimchi I. and
KaUaio, SItmbrr of Ills 2Iijest)'s Privy Coun
cil of State, Etc., Etc.
Eonohtkla, Tenants and Ketaloers of His Ute Highness.
Household Servants of Ilia late Ulfhsess.
To tbe Editor or the Haw in ax Gazette:
Dear Sib: I am very glad to observe that both
the Gazette aud Adrerttter have brought their bat
teries to bear upon an object too long tolerated Id
oar midst by both the aathorities and citfxeni, of our
onee remarkably healthy city, which every casual
observer mutt have become convinced ii becoming less
aoevery year from lack of absolutely necestary sani
White eooiidering the tabject, I bar failed to see
the feasibility of a remedy as heretofore ordinarily
applied to more populous and weatthy cities by
means of sewers, fr the reaion, first, that our city
has not tha means to eomittently meet the great ex
pense of such a system of ucdergroand sewage as
would meet the exigency of the care, and I am not
eoovineed'of tbe equity of making tbe public treasu
ry to defray it.
Second, there Is not in my opinion sufficient laeline
to carry off tbe feculent accumulations of tbe city
without the aid of water, which at preient'we have
not to spare for that purpose.
But I think there Is a very simple and inexpensive
way by which the noxious, fearful, and pestilential
evil now existing may be completely remedied.
The plan I would propose, and which is baed
upon an experienee of more than thirty yean in Ho
nolulu, Is for the Interior Department to provide a
moderate sised shed or building In a central losation,
fill it with dry earth which ia at hand and abundant,
procure from tbe assessors books or otherwise a Hat
of property holder, leeeees, oroccopyers of dwelling
places In the city, and require all to take from said
reporitory of earth, sufficiently often, and in quantiy
sufficient to keep their premizes free from tbe foul
efSoviaa which now meet one on every street, not
ing the date and quantity deli ere J to each, and
making it the buiinesi of tbe party delivering It or
some one else, to see that it is ured for the purpose
in question and judiciously uiei, under a penalty
which I presume tbe present Board of Heatth are
fully authorized to prescribe.
I think I could name more than one gentleman al
ready salaried, who has abundant lime to properly
attend to the matter. if not, a slight advance on the
coft per bbl, to Government, in providing earth and
building would cover all necessary expense to Gov
ernment. There is no doubt a great mistake was made a few
years ago and which is still persitted in, when a sta
tute or regulation from tbe Interior Department was
promulgated requiring all vaults for tbe deposit of
excrement itial substances to be made not lets than
nine feet deep. Many excavating for that purpose
came to water, either pure sprints or drainage, and
in all sueh cases, except possibly some in the lower
parts of the city affected by daily tides, the result has
beeu most unsatisfactory and unwholesome.
The system adopted In Paris cannot be made
available here at present, though, there is no doubt
if undertaken by a competent pen on, a substance
could be produced which could readily be transport
ed in bags, boxes, r barrels, and which almost etery
planter would bo warranted in pnrchating at a price
that would afford a good profit on the labor expend
ed upon it.
With shallow vaults and a judicious ue of dry
earth, or aihes, o'r both, fecal deposits may
at all times be kept untflenslv6"and at any time re
moved to enrich flower beds, shrubs, trees or fields,
or to a place of deposit arigned by tbe authorities,
without tbe slightest annoyance to seniUive organ.
There is I am informed, already lo our tnidjt a
newlhrat dieae more or less prevalent, which
may or may nut be attributable to tbe abominable
atmosphere our cltiien are now compelled t inhale
in passing localities not well avoided. Whether tbe
disease is or is not traceable to tbe facts you have but
partially portrayed, no one will undertake tu say
said faq's are, not sufficient to produce consequences
which demand Immediate reform.
Yours truly. A. B.
March SOth, 1877.
OlTItIM2 JTY AUNi:.JE FItOM THIS
Kingdom, W. II, SHIPMAN, wDl net for me under
power of Attorney. W. II. ItKKD.
HUo, March SL 1877. 637 lm
Tin: it.ii:ksk;m:d having hke.v duly
appointed Admlnbtmtorof the KitateofA.lt. Pow
er, late of Honolulu, Oahu, deceased, hereby give notice
to all person having claims agaiOht said kJUiU to present
the nunc to the undersigned within six months from the
date hereof or they will be forever barred.
And all indebted to said Kstate are requested to make
Immediate payment to the Administrator.
WILLXaM O. SMITH,
Administrator of the Estate of A. It. Powers, deceatr-d.
Honolulu. March 32, 1877. 417 3t
Bis Msjesty's Carriage,
The King's ChaoccUor.
Judge of th eopreme CurL -Governors
of the Ihffirtnt Jtlands.
Privy Councillors and Members of the Itoose ef Noble.
Members of the Lertalatlre Assembly.
Coat ular Corps.
Circuit J idees.
Members of the Bar.
rU t Furor.
ft-v The Tnnenl will take olace on THURSDAY. March Sfl.
The Procession wiU be formed on Hotel Street, lo front of the
Hawaiian Hotel, at 10 o'clock A- 1L. and will xaov punctually
at 11 o'clock A. U.
Office Governor of Oahu. )
Ilonolula, March S3, 1S77.
H.HACKFELD & CO.
FOR S A. L E !
AN INVOICE OF
Selected for this Market,
Just Received Per Ilaw. Bark Ka Moi,
PARIS PLOWS, PARIS PLOWS, PARIS PLOWS !
Warranted the Genuine Artie let and none made but for
CASTLE & COOKE,
SOLE .A-OMEJEffTS !
And to Arrive by the Bark Coringa, from Boston.
WE AKE rilEJ'AKED TO PUT TIIESK FLOWS. SO uiiLL AriU rAiUKAULi
known u the belt brttkinj up Flow for Cm. Land eier ned in tblt couolrj,
At Lower Rates than Ever before Sold.
Extra Beams, Handles, Points and Sides also to urrive per Coringa.
ALSO, ON HAND AND TO ARRIVE.
Grubbing Hoes, Cane Knives best quality.
Ames Shovels and Spadea,
IleeJ's and other makes of Spades aod Shovels alio
line. Spade, Axe. Adse, Pick and Sledge handles.
Rakes, Traih Forks, Bush Scythes,
Axes, Cane Hatchets, Centrifugal Brushes.
Eagle No. 10 and 2 Plows,
XI and X0 Cast Steel Hore Plows,
No. 80 and 40 Cast Stee1 Moline Ilorte Plows.
raris Plows Jio. 5, a superior rlow for one or two
joke of cattle.
Plantation Hoes No. 1 and 2. 9 16 and 5-S neck.
Pick aod Axe Mattocks. Pick Axes,
Centrifugal Wire Plates, 12 and 14 inch by 8 feet. Fine.
Leather Belting, 3, 4, 8 aud 12 1
Qalvanlted Cloth, assorted mesh,
IS t quality Lacing Leather
A Superior Assortment of Machine Bolts and Cold Punched Nuts.
Bolts from J to J In.' wire by 10 Inch long.
Best aualitv Cut Nails.
3d Fine, 3d Cut to 60. 1 Cnt Spikes,
Wrought Nails, 2 to 4 inch, jrtW,
Hoop iron, t aod i.
Hivets. 3 aud 4 lb kec. Cop per III vet and Burs,
Wrenches, 6 to 21 Inch, A. (3, Coe's make.
Horse Shoes, No. 1 and 2, fore and hind.
A SUPERIOR STOCK OF FILES,
AXD HALF M O UXD
Amoakeag Denim, Ticks, Drills,
Hickory stripe, a uottou.
Downer's and Pratt's Keroeoe Oil,
Turpentine, Varnish, Boitel and Itaw Oil,
Ox Yokra, Ox Bows, I, 1 aod 2 inch.
A fulTa'sortiuent of Auer Bite best quality.
Bit braces. Socket, Firmer und Framing Chisel,
to 2 inch.
Builders' Materials, Locks, Butts, Screws,
Padlocks, Uammeri, Levels, do.
ROUXD, SQUARE, TAPER, FLAT
all sizes from (5 to 18 inci.
Finest, Fine and Medium Blanched Coltnnl.
Fineit. Fine and Medium White All Wool Flannel,
Pianos, Pianos !
To arrive by I lie IMcovery.
Two First-Class Pianos which will be Sold at Bargains,
By CASTLE & COOKE.
Sewing Macliiues at Reduced Rates.
Wheeler & Wilson $50 00.. .Old Price, 75 00
Wilcox & Gibbs, $50 00 ... Old Price, 62 50
k:i Warranted Equal to the Best In the Market. 5m
Hurry! Hurry! Hurry!
unto, eo pon-i" street!
IN A FEW DAYS
OUR FIRST CONSIGNMENT
WILL BE CLOSED OUT.
P. S.--NEW GOODS ON THE ROAD.
ASSORTMENT OF PRINTS.
HEAVY It IIT, AX HTltIPi:i DtXIMS,
Hiclcuy istrlpes. Blue and White TtcLlug,
iirowu cotton Drill, ltlue Cotton Drill.
White Cotton, llorrockses' Lonff Cloth,
Urown Cottons assorted, Turkey Ked.
Linen and cotton kneeling. Linen snd IloIIands,
Scotch Water-proof, German Waler-proof,
Bedford Cords, bileclu,
Black and Blue Broadcloths
Cashmeres, Diagonals, Ac.
Black Lasting, Blactc Cobourgs,
Italian Cloths, Black and Colored Merinos,
IJnen and Cottcn Thread,"
Sillc, tJnen aud Cotton Handkerchiefs,
Lineu and Cotton Towels,
Merino and Cotton Stocking and Socks,
Asst. of Shawls, Umbrellas & Parasols
Large assortment of Shirts, and Undershirt,
Large Asst. of Superior Clothing
Bed Quilts, Blankets, Hug, Canvas,
jtasortmeot of Burlaps, 1 wines. Bags and Connies,
FINE ASST. OF SADDLES,
Blacked Trench Calfsklos,
Gunpowder, No. 12 Shot.
EC el otr d.w el v of
Patent Sheep ShearVTln Plates, Babbitt's Metal,
Banti Tin Butcher Knives, Pen and Pocket dj,
ActwH-, Charcoal Irons, bpurs.
Galvanised Tubs and Pails, Lanterns,
Fbeet Zinc. Fence Wire, Hoop Iron, Rivets,
Nails, Perforated Krass,
Monte Yellow MeUl and Composition,
Fine Asst. of Rhine Wine,
Floe assortment of Claret, Champagne and
Sparkling Hock, German Ale. Bavarian Brown Beer,
Gin In case. Gin in baskets. Alcohol Wper cent.
PIPES, HAVANA A GERMAN CIGARS
Perfauery, II sir OH and Soaps, Brushes and Combs,
A SMALL INVOICE OF JEWELRY
Toys and Fancy Goods, &c
Ilaxmonlcaa, Feather Dusters, Blank Books,
Printing Paper. Cards, Horse Rope,
tfpunyarn and Selling. Caustic Soda, Palm OH,
Huobuck'a Rest Paints aud paint Oils,
hed Lead. Venetian Red, Yellow Ochre,
Market Baskets, Demijohns X to & gallons.
Coal Tar, Stockholm Tar, Bricks, blates,
Kmpty Petroleum Barrels, Empty Syrup Barrels.
New and Old Oil Shook. Rom Containers,
Oak Boats, Cntcb and Gambler, Birch Brooms.
All &oods at Lowest Market Bates
And on Uberal Credit.
BST Orders from the other Islands promptly executed.
GREEN, MAGFARLANE & CO.
For SctXo to Arrive !
THE BARK MATTIE MACLEA T,
Now Due from Portland, Oregon,
Cases Oregon Fresh Apples,
Bxs. Herrings, Cases Lard, Cases Beef,
Cases Bread, Bags Oatmeal,
14 II Feet Flooring, 4!) M Shingles,
Barrels Oregon Flour,
Half Barrels Columbia River Salmon,
Sacks Bran, Sacks "Wheat,
KittJ Salmon Bellies,' Cases Salmon,
Cases Bacon, .
Cases Hams, Cases Dried Beef,
Ac., ic, &c
111 . GREEK, XACFABLAXE A CO.
a FIRST.CXAhM srKU'Alll) OR COOK
fJL. Enquire t HOK.N'S SAU xjN.
a Fort btreet.
Dllltl.VO III YAI!Ni:'rilOM THIS HINO
1MJI Mr. JULIUS HOT1.SC1 will act for u. under
fall powrofattorner. C ilKINECKE.
Honolulu, March '-, 1877. tWIl
ritixo jjy Airtt.Mi; Kitonmis uisa.
U(l Sir. JULIUS IIOViNO wui act for in, under
full power of attorney.
Honolulu, March '.mb, 1877.
1'. A. kuiiai:fkil
TIIK U.DEILSI(l.F.r) HAVE THIS DAY
formed a Co-partneribip lor tne i,orpoa of carrying
on to. manufacture of Suraroo tbe Walkapa rlaatatlun.
at WaUapu, Ialnod of MauL tbe firm name and ityle tj
be cvuN w kli. a. IX,
WILLIAM II. CORN WELL,
GEOEOK W. MACFARLANE.
Honolulu, March 1, 1177. Ut St
GALVANIZED IRON PIPE
1.2, 3-1, 1, 1 11, 1 1-3, and a Inch,
j2Z THE HOI'SC AI 1REUIMES OX
Jlu Nunana Avenue, at present occupied by J. I).
JiUllbllrewer, Kaq. Term, Uberal. or parllculara,
Ac, Inquire of
fW lm 11ENRV WATER1I0USK.
MFVRXINIIEIt Oil USrlltMSIIED, the
House aod 1'reuilse. at preaent occupied by the
tubacrlber, on School btreet, oear Xnuann Avenue.
For particulaia. Inquire of
M lm IIESnV WATESnOOSS.
-MfESNRS. OBII.VWAU) A SCIIVTTE BEO
XTJ. to announce that their
Stoelc of Dry Goods
Which was aaved from the Are on Sunday last.
Will be Exposed for Sale
to ASD AFTER
Sntardny next, .tlm-cli 91tli,
In tbebulldlnr lately occupied by Mr. McCorrlrtoo, on
Fort Htreet; two doors abve Dr. Strehx Dru Htore. A.
tbouch for tbe ureater part la ta good order, they wttl b.
old aa damaged Goods
At nn Immense Reduction In Price.
AiTordlns opportunities for
TIIEOrEIWIJXKI BKUS TO INFORM
lutjcuzenaoi iiouoiutu aua tbe public troeraJly
that be has tnovel to the new shop oo Merchant
Street, nestto Dr. Iioffinann'a lirar.sinr. (b.r.
he wuj aive special attention to all kinds of Watches,
Clocks, and Jewelry Repairing, Knrartna, Ac All pack
ages from tbe other Islands addressed to him, contalolos;
articles for repairs, will receive prompt attention. Order
solicited for all grades of Watches or American manufac
ture. Satisfaction guaranteed In every respect.
M m D. WILSON CLARK.
HfB. 1. A. Ie LAMIX CTYIL EXUIXEER
XfX and Surveyor, 1 prepared W undertake Land sur
veying In all It branches. Map constructed with full
details. Information given lo regard to tbe quality of
soils, and theJr adaption for cultivation, taking into con.
alteration locality, accewdtimy, etc
WATER LKAlJi. Estimate given In regard to slxe,
cost, and capacity, and atuount of power furnished by
same for macnlnery.
ROADj AND BRIDGES. Plan and estimate made
with a view of obtaining tho test result with the smallest
lit. Is also prepared to giro Instruction on tropical culti
vation. Address the above through the nonolnlu Post Office.
A FIXE AfiSOBTMEXT OF VIF.HH OF
llawaitmn Scenery, and Portrait of Notable Ilawal
lans. Including all tbe Kings from Kamehamebal to III
Majesty KaJafcana, may be found at the Bookstore of the
undersigned, and will be sold on reasonable terms.
M lm H. M. WniTNEY.
Ity n. 1. AD1.HX.
REGULAR CASH SALE !
ON SATURDAY, : MARCH 31st,
At hnlF-pA. O A.M nt Sile-aroora,
ASST. OF NEW GOODS
Fine Prints , Muslins, Linen Prills,
Brown Cottons, White Cottons, Mtrino,
Victoria Lawns, Bilk Handkerchief,
Hemmed Linen Handkerchiefs.
Harrtrd Shirts, Fancy Flannel OrtrshlrU.
Turkish Towels for Batoiai,
lllankets, While Shirts, Aroo.e"i Desims,
AmoTVtag Stripei, Cotton Drill, lirilllaoU,
Merino and Cotton Undershirts.
FeU and Straw Hat, Ladies' Hose,
Men's Socks. Btldlet and Dits,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
3r r o c e i" i Ac c .j
resit Powder, Sardines, Wrapping Paper,
Soda Crackers, Clothe Pins, Hams,
Baeon, Candles, Pickles, Tobseeo,
Cigars. Fine Tea, Oysters,
Salt. Pea Not Oil,
TYoih Bine, Pain Killer.
A RICE SADDLE NORSE, SADDLE ARO BRIDLE.
1ST order of the Collector General of Customs, for viola.
tlon or the revenue law,
10 BOXES, EACH 2.S I.HS.
Acidum Salicy Licum!
V- I. ADAn.S. Alicfr.
REAL ESTATE !
On School Street,
OPPOSITE FORT ST. SCHOOL.
Four Pieces of Land I
Adjoining Lands belonging to feaara. buwart,
J as. Wood, and Pilttot,
HAVING A FRONTAGE ON SCHOOL ST. OF 135 FT.
aer Notice of time of sole aud other particulars will b
given In due time.
PLui of the ground can he en at tbe Ofnce of
. P. ADAMS Auctioneer.
Gentlemen intending to Build
K 3IAK1: AlniTIONS, AIaTKItATIOS,
or repairs, will find It to their Interest lo consul,
n ith the undersigned, who will supply designs. cumUtduc
Coiivenienceaiut Iunomy, with aultable Architectural
Embellishment, and gOArranteed estimates of Cost,
E. OAKLEY, International ItoUL
Skilled workmen In all departments sent to any part of
the Islands. 39-3n
A SFITARI.K TEX A XT FOU THE
flnest Dairy Itanch on this Island. Apply to
No. 65 Fort tree. Up atalra. J- l
T. IL. FOSTER A CO. Will COXTIXCE
the business of the late arm f D, KtMter Jt Co.,
attheO'd 8 Und. On hand Oak PLaak. Tar.
Iltch. Nakum, Yellow Uetal. Composition aala, rpike,
Acs- Od Agents for Schooners Marion, Jenny. Prince,
Annie, and MaouukawaL Ml lm
A. W. PEIRCE & CO.
Offer for Sale
8 II I P (I9AiDLE!l
WHALE BOATS AND BOAT STOCK.
Lime and Cement,
By Steamer from San Francisco,
Potatoes, Onions, &c.
Brand's Bomb Lancet,
Perry Davit' Painkiller.
" AUCTION SALES.
III HIS-lidi1 V g
21 H ''49 3 5
Hl -815 ij'-tI Ml
it 3M ?w M
SUGAR MACHINERY, &C.
The i:.VDEiLiinxni are prepared to
faroUn esUmales ror Huiar Uaeainery. e ellaer
to It nude at the HONOLULU IRON wultKM or u be
Imported from OLAKKIW by. Teasel lo leas, that port
about July or Accost next, or by aootber vnae! to kav.
In February, 1878.
TJioy Havo on XZond,
For Sale ONE SUGAR MILL AND GEAR,
T went J by Ttilrt-lx,
ALSO. ONE OR TWO SIZES OF
Second - Hand Sugar Mills!
Gear and Powr, which may be delivered la a fw
ALso. FOR SALE TO ARRIVE I
From Glatgow. Dne in Jnne Hext,
6.S00 Gallon Clarlhors.
Fonr Pain AVeaton", Cenlriraml Xarblaev.
ALSO. OS HAND AXD FOB HALE,
CWna nnlldlnc Bricks, rortlarul Cement. Fenesmr Wire
Hoop Iron. Best Assorted lux Iron, a.t India Bice
China MatUnc. Aa, dec
Which will It Sold in quantities to Suit,
at the Xoicest Market Rata.
. Those runters who are contemplatlnxlocreur
la lh capacity of their mills, may hear or a mrcbasn
for their OU mUla, (ear aad power, by a. early appmtkn
to the nndersbjned.
m uiiecj, ntrriBuiEwc co.
R'niTfE. f "."'H2 esri:MEur. mum
IIILANO, Jockey Oub. and other perfomes. ToB.1
VWejar of world-wlie eelebrlly. Toilet Wet..-, LaWoSir
Water. Florida Water. Ean de Cologne. Um. Jslc. and
Glrcerlne ror the Hair. Ulycerlne. Kooey.Wladw.rud
f"1" jPa. Violet 1 PJce Powder, mnadentln fr
ii. ,?, : ic; ' . Keteot Btre.c aod It.
Conihia, LonJon. Sou by ail Perfumer, awt Chrahu.
terjilei ej lrd. martaa heraUrlc row.
Hj- C. S. B,lRTOW.
WEDNESDAY, : : XASCH 3Sta,
at 10 o'clock a. at Salcaroers,
nil He aolJ.
A Selection of Dry Goods,
A Lot of Furniture,
A superior ealection wf JapMm w,w, CaMMssb skm.
Feather Fhas, Melasma, nm, Straeketa, Paavr a 1
lurlo.. ngurea m.anfai-t.rrj fra we sst
KXSCnS. UESEKAL HARXET,
Snelii ot IPotjttoc-
RICE AND WHEAT!
HORSE, CARRZd G JfM:XESS
C 3. BARTOW. AsKfr.
SATDTIDAY, : : MARCH 31st.
WIU b. U at ruhHC Xmc nam. mm lh Prea
THE BLACKSMITH SH6P, TSSLS, tcn
At wkm Vpmrt Prie .r SSsM.
Th. bolldlsc to b. remOTWl at ta .sa.iwa f rw sanr
C N- ruETOTT, Jacnj.nr.
ON TUESDAY, : : : APRIL 3d
At 18 o'clock A. X at Sales IUaa. IU W aaOat,
A Fine Assortment of Dry Ms,
Ex Ust assU .Ua.r la a. Arrilala
FarrJculan by posien.
C 3. BiKTOW. Aact'r.
DESIRABLE REAL ESTATE
The Altupuaa ofOaaaa
Situate la Ua.sta.ti.. ttU Xaei,
Including as Area of nearly 1500 Acres !
A larr. partlon I etwered with llnry asal wker Tlaa.
ber.the ml seta, Ool Oiasktf Laa4 aaJ aacaae. Iv w.
las Th. Hsaasaa waterJ limn Ibis laaj. . .
a larce portkua ea a. Irrbjaaed.
IT Tleseaad pUcW Mkt U a. pbaaa acrwakr. Fwr
ruriher portfcuUrs spply to &. S. COUT, tmm.
Ono Half-Grand PIANO EOSTE,
Odo Sen Oz Cart. Applj to
a S. BARTOW.
ductal uaikrth. ana BuMa.aa,laiyhir T. UUtX
11 AN A CU., will i. futar. b. carrseit ati.r th. i i
and style of IIHKEX, MAO'AHLAM A CO.. Xr. U W
Macfarbm. balloc becoen. a frartajer ffm tat. 4t- Aa
aceoanu of tb. lat. Area wui Ke ia..i I by Uu .wear
somed. ulUCK.'s. M-icr.iaLA.-ti; i CD
Honolulu Jlaixh I. 11TT. c.
v, u.aaaa. ssxs Macs .atisa, r. tv uataaK.
DCPOKTEES ASS COMXI.tSIO.X XXSCHASTS.
KohiaMia's rire-praof Buaiurg.
Queen !ire.t. U ii lu. U, I.
The Puuli Mi p Baaeh Oiwipa.y.
Th. Walk.pw pUatJUiM.
Th. BUM. rueutleo, JMOaA.
The OU. row and lloejolala Ua. T Pacter e3t
New crop or hcuar xoxr nuiuu is
and fur aal.br
Ol UKIIX. -UACItKLAMC A Ca. Areata.
-vrETT t-itor e--srJrt -,-rr rtsni.tui.-
ll aad tic aal. t hn eMwna,t3w aly. t.
aM Oiuaa. MACrAKUNsl COL. AeM
PUULOA RANCH TANNERY.
SOLE AMI? MAIlDLn Lr.kTIIEII. TA.-IMIB
Oo.t aad thf SklM, tnm la. aa... e.l.t..i Tm
aery, coastaally tacelraj aa,l I saj. t,
m aittrj. u acfakla-i k a a
Regular Line of Packets (rea t.Ui;uir
nic ri.xc jtiw a i airrcasair
" KaUbnnU." 030 Toa Krl.trr.
Wam t i.r.vvr. uutsaioir o- TttEioua
uluju. fr llouolulu. wtu tb. Mul aappin.
Dry Goods. Hardware, liqwrs. Coal,
1B0N. MACHINERY, Eta. Etc
Particular, of which win b. sir, ba a fate, .tmna.
rueat. Hb. wtu b. owe bs J awit iserawla...
wUI b. puel m tb. berth abm Jf)r T AaarM mwmt.
aadlb.-.kalh.nk" t. .icknj a. W riy ul '' -saw
aauj to January, It: a. rrvfasht Uae. at sh. aa-ua
ralee. For rartber purtlnUra apvuy a.
UKkJE-NeMACTAIUA-IKA Oa. Areata.
X1 H. Th. Areata .1 th. Dm bs flT.ma suw H
neukdray 3Ucsarlaa. A Ca, ViekU UAn I t
Regent street. sm Jsa
GREEN. MAGFARLANE & CO.
J.JJATI- OX 1IA.1D ASD KB SAXX
The Following Articles:
To which the wooll cal aXXasUu-u X fill 1a-tijrTri-nl t
Best Bar irort,
Ia lor to watt pt ikw-v
KsceHent CoaL Ut stevaa, srlssakisa rss4r lal l.
Te 7 pcrcwBllanpaAaoos ratv
Clwalaa; 8tutM, to Ikarn cwaO. M io ntaaw
Barrala WhUa's PknUoal. Caa.--.. wlU n4
cla aaalxnnwtiia. Also, a fvar 't- nrl TUm fttssas,.
arcacd aa4 a.nara.
Bollt IJDsa-wl Otl, Black ralat, B4 T ral. '-'' utrt
Fwucn. ViUm Acl. c .
rre Bnmla; OoawL ttood qiialtr, sW blmtxUJStm sasav
at a low alitor hr lb .aaaory.
East iMila Ulc. la M It. so. ojsu toati tor iAtt tmm
or for CaaIo. wLU h uU st U raasv. Ta ataAt aa
ravnteO. Ctkloa. MmWiuuX. I aaa Xo. 5 at7.
Calna ZLxt lUc-.
A SUGAR HILL, ROLLERS 21 BT 36 W
Hllh ar enaaplM'. aud. by Meauai. Itlrkraa, Tatt A
Walaoa. lUaaruw. Afua.wnnTrn.taf
BRANDIES. IN WOOD MB MTTLL
Auserkaa. HeMck aad Drlaa Whkktaa,
TTI.VEJt AttU ClUXPASIIt
Of -' '""' Vrf-"-rni ri'ihr.l.TTwi Tsillaa
A CO. Easilali a.uuj AJ. ia panar. Itteu a suw
aad other braadv
200 M Cood China frSats,
Buadlee Hoop Iran. X aa4 tathaa.
llora. Shoea. aaeane.1 atara. . Ac Aa,
tM loa CiBCEX, BfACfAatVASK A c.
Kiowles' Patent Stcaa Pa-Has
C. BREWER & CO..
Solo Agents for Hawaliaa Isla.ak
UAT xxcn xo
Ior Sjron, from 33oaatQ23.
1B0VE CELEBHaTEQ PSSfS, FM ML 2 Tl S.
AXD ABE BEADTTn BECE1TK aBBBH
for aay wf tb. posupa af ttia aaak. a, a, feuneaew.
BOI1XB FEXB PCBPJ,
Ptrnspa far II. t or Cald Water, tall Vatsr
Prs and &llir lofannado. sire, ky
tn c mtBVCA A CO.. Asut.
a aaa ev&iqynaeat at ta. rw .A l
h Fraada fpacr( Maaarer Paakm eUkwy lUari
Wahaaa. llawaJ: af to faea.ha,,A Ca, lloaota.a.
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