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, -It bsa plMVj Tits Majesty the KInx to sppolnt Wm.
Ielreeu, Ki member or tbe Privy Council of tate.
lotudrslare, March, ISTT -Mil
It lol draed 111 Majesty the Klnc to appoint Win,
L. Keren, Keo. , Grand OSBctr of the Itayal Order of
Intent rlere.Mrra X, 177. CM It
From and after this dale no purchase on behalf of tbe
XutrrWr Department wB be recoenbied, nor the bill fjr
uar paid without tbe written order of the MlnMrrof
tbe J. J10TT tU tTH,
Interior Omce, Starch 6,1577. Mlalstet of the Interior. in
Official notlaVcttao barlnc been made to this department
br Moos. Theo. ItalUeu, Consnl and Commewlooer
,of Prance, that In cousesuenre of the departure fur France
flTXaaa. Charles A. IVnirt, Cbanorllrr of the Frrreh
Xewalloa In Ibis Ktardotu. III the Tlokc r
IMum has aatbeetted Mr. Godfrey llrowu Id officiate tu
thalraperliy durinx Mr. PerueCs absence.
Xouce ta hereby cirra tost the said Godfrey nrrwo
has been reracnixrd as Arllnc Cbancrllcr of the Frrnrb.
Lecalloa afareeaU, and nil perso are required to take
notice of Ibis fact and respect bet authority accMrdlncty.
J. MOTT Mlirtl,
Minister of Koreixn Atrotrs, ad Interim.
Department of Furebrn Again, lionolulu,
itarrn 3rd, 1S77. cm it
IX accordance with Nrrtkin 731 of the Civil Cvdr, I do
hereby coastltnte and appoint John LoveU. roundmaatrr
of the Pound for Katrays at A nebula. Island of Kauai.
(a JNO. L. HUM!. Governor of Kauai.
7. Kanzavlc has this day been appointed Arcnt tn take
Acknowledgements to Contracts for Labor In the District
of Kan, UawalL J. MOTT SOXITH,
allnlstrr of the Interior.
Interior OESce. Feb. 72, 1ST7. en
Tkc fullowlac persons bare been appointed ta take Ac
knowledgements In the districts bWow named, their Cum
leussians to take effect on the annexed dates, vixt
Q. Kareuaba, Eoulanpoko, Oahn, hepL 11,
T. X. Blrcn, tVaUukn, ilaul, Not. IS, 15TR.
TUOS. BKOWX, ni.rarorcuireraucea.
r.eftstnr's OlSce, rrbrnary ISH.
Apprurwl: J. JaOTT SSUTK,
Mlnlater of the Interior. C3
On Satnrdar, the Sis t of March, proximo, at 1! orlocfc.
Boon, at the frvat vutrance eX AUiulaal Hale, w 1U be swld fwr
csudt la the Ucbrst Udder tb fUlowIac pieces of Uad, tuv:
lliat trUaralar pxce or iarrel of land Immediately makat
of tbe tipper briJee at MaxiU, Oahn, adjolalaf the premises
cf A. Jar, !q and contalnlnc 1 340 acres mere or less,
upset prlre tUM.
Asm, at the swme time aad place, tbe Uad knotm as
XuCaUae, skoated In Sooth Kona, Uswall. upset price fd.
Interior OOce, reh. ZZ, ISH. MUliter of the Interior..
On Eatardar. the 10th day or March, 1STT. at It o'clort
soon, at the front entrance of AUioiaal Hale, wUl be sold
the rroalnder of the Gorerauirut land at aUsUbale, Ilono.
lain. J. HOTTSJimi.
Interior OSct, rrb. S, 1STT. minister of the Interior
llr command of Ills Mu sstt tux sTuo, darlnc tbe
lib KxreUeocj u. A. P. Carter and lib
J. M. Kaivoa, the Minister of tbe Interior wUl take
rbarre of the Fureiri OOce, and the Attoroer Getrat t f
the Finance OSsce.
lolaal IVace, rebrnary I0,l!Tr. CS
List of Licenses Exoiring March,
e CSiani: Wa, corner Maanakea and Klnt: Ma. Honolulu.
II AbshA Aseuk,cur.Maunakead: KiueSts.,llouolulx
II I ra lUcuardsoo, IVrt flreet. llouclulu,
19 V I' Akan. rtouanu Street, tloaolulo.
II OH est. Klnc Mrcet, HomJalu.
71 ttranwakl A ssAuettcCtnuAnafelreet, Honolulu.
t bhnn Slnrj Qaeea treet llooolalu.
31 Antaae Mxaoel, Kiut street, Uooalalu.
11 E n Eattey, Kahuim.
"I Mon Chuck, Ponaboa. Hnns.
SI Ah Kooc A Ah Uxk, liana.
1 r II , 'Walohlan, Kau.
S Jones A Uedsuo. Keaohoo, rina.
Aboa. Kaaaia. lllla.
A S Clechora A Co, Kohllx.
3 vr II Wrijht. Koloa.
C 2Iooc C2sor, llanapepe.
1 llhne PlautaUon, ldhne.
1 Goka, Hanalel.
- Allaa Herbert. lUwaltxa Hotel.
JO C Bresrer & Co. Qaeea street. Hanolunt.
; Allan Herbert. Hasraliaa Hotel.
3 Ctieorur t 005, Xakawao, MacL
Apau, Ijihatni, XauL
9 Ksllnltnlt, No K. Honolulu, Oaan.
;; D V." KaJlu.KolJ.Honolom.Oahu.
7 Alani,2i II and 1. Honolulu, Uahu.
1 Ah Keo, Elutdoiu.
S H J Hart. Honolulu, Oahu.
BCTCHEB. ' -
E A ilorri. Walkapa. JSauL
11 O E Richardson. Wairata XicL
1 G BerUcruann. Ilanalet, KaoaL
J r neat, Koloa, Kauai.
AppUcatlott bas been tuade ta this Department for the
parcbase or lease of the foUowlna; Gorenunent Lands :
Lease of EaloaSa. An Tanri. district of Hamakua,
by acaraden. andSlemson. for fzi per annom.
rurcltase balance of Hooomuo, district of HUo, by VCm.
Kinoej'. for fJW.
Purclaav. land at KetaU, la Funs, Hawaii, by J. W.
Lna of Hunalo, by . CTroassfaa.
Lease Samuel Farker, laodlyl&s between Eaobe and
Kalope, f IN per annum,
Leas? A- Hutcblnsoc. land of Kaalanrl, Kau. S3 yean.
Liae of" Soamaao." Lauhata. KTnaHnl. or
PunhraLfor to years.
Lease la adjoining his land, by CSas. Motley,
at f iO per an&om.
Lease of ideas. Kau. 370 acres, by C.2t. Spencer, at (70.
Purchase of Ceokea by E. Eekoa, for $3M.
Lease of i'anaaloa, I and 't, Kthalaui J and ?, rohnla
Koamaao. Enmanoe and HrnVnn, (3S per annum, by Tb
purchase of Ealalmano, QCo, ty Peter CTaLakaae, for
Purchase of Xaksia, of Eacpo, by Joan VT.
Pocma. 1 and :. Hamakualoa. Sfanl. or Br. P. n.
purchase at 50 eta. per acre, or lease for 20 years.
KaiUclasd of VTalanu.
Lease VT.Toeo, land of Tfi'ilri, Kolaa, IfasL
Purchase of Keanae, Kootaa, StaoLby B.B.a'nhlTciobn,
3 acres, at 3 per acre.
Xease ofOizaopio, Kola, by Akao, at 3 per year.
Pcrciiae Oilince ci Kazsanonl.C.H.a'arker.
. Fscaaaccr, toad oTOoia, 20 years, tS per an-
pBrcaaae tie GoTBrament calf of KsmRolnr, Jfolokal,
by vr. c lambort at JSO.
Lease cf ft Umletr, by J. atcCotesa, at pi per aoaca.
PuTttiie land cf PT. iL. Gaaon, far 11,100.
Psnaase of lots Xos. 4 and 15, for (1(3. '
Tmaaae of land oa 3Cac&nu Road, adjoinl&e ihe frsT
lot, ltaS. saore or less, by H. EcLretir, 1 15.
Parcbase of Lelepxsa, Moanalns, 1X7 acres by tj. 17.
Pucssae Apasa ta Kalcaopaleca. EaSMwaeca, Kcna,
Fcrrase of Suxaapaalxa and Walaaee la Eoclaspoks,
by 5. K. K. Papsat.
lease of 1st 3, oa Qsem atreet. and tbe old coral ouEdlnj
taereon. by It. E. DaTiea. atilU per acacia.
Lease of asctea. Mar Desmond Head,1,yAllea
fir FIwJ''' r
TjEAseof latSfa.54 oa tneEsplaaade, by Wm,Weibt.
FtrrchssecTIctKa. 5, In tTt'iaTripalfm, by&Paalah!.
Pcrcssac PftCJ SO. aod It, U Kalsaonslesa, by Kalo-labia,
Ptsccase cf Wn loo la KalcaoccCesa, by XatO, for 59.
Purchase of los la r,lwrtP'Unt. by Jua Prosser, for
Faicsasecf la So. 15 la yilrranrlens, by Mshoe, for
arcSase cf iot So. 10 ta Kalcxopalesa by L Kaxsiana,
Iaae of Tali2, 701a. atflOO peraci.by W. L.
AOT&aaws f irpnrctase or lease of Govemmeat lands
tbe JataiCedlwrpoie and price or rent oflered.
By crfer oT Ha JSr. tae XJnister of Interior,
C.T. GniCE,CtSef Clerk. -
DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PROGRESS.
rUHUSUK!) AMI EDITED 15Y
HENHY M. WHITNEY.
irKDXESDAl'. MARCH 7. 1S77.
Os tlio fourth p-.go of this apcr will Ihj
fount! tho reiort of an intcroxtins lecture on
ilclivcrwl l.v l'rot. I.o Conto, 1-fore
the University of California. Just at this
time the subject jKwsesses more than ordinary
interest, in connection with the eruption now
progress on Hawaii. Tlie theory that
nns caused by electricity may not be
sound; and yet the fact that electricity is Rene-rally
an accompaniment of volcanic eruptions
tend to strengthen it. Twice wo have seen
tho smoke clond"! over the crater vivid with
liKhtnin, once in lSi'J and again in 1SC3.
On the latter occasion, jurticnlarly, it attracted
much attention, darting in even conceivable
direction, very much like meteors in a
meteoric shower. It is also noteworthy that
tho strength and frequency of th u earthquakes
accompanying that eruption haNO never lecn
equalled in tho history of Hawaiian volcanoes.
Blksskd with tho most sgrecablo and perfect
climate to be, found en tho faco of the
earth, and isolated by our position from risk
of the diseases and plagues which have so frequently,
in the past, decimated the most populous
nations, and which are still, in spito of
tbe advances nl science, greatly feured in
almost every laud, wo cannot carelessly devote
ourselves exclusively to the pursuit of
wealth, or honor, or pleasure, with, no regard
our physical -well-being, without having
sooner or later to pay the penalty. Tho con
ditions of health here are the same as they
Ens in other lands. As a community we must
espect, or rather wo positively know, that in
the near future our neglect of ordinary sanitary
laws in the city of Honolulu, with respect
to draiuage and removal of
accumulations, will result in rheumatism,
fever, diptheria, and other phjsicial ailments
which will largely increase tho death-rate,
and will also lower the tono of general health.
Tho case of tho city of Port Louis, in Mauri
tius, stands a terrible warning tons. From
being ono of the most delightful and healthy
towns in tho tropical world, it was Dually
converted, through inattention to tho agencies
above alluded to, into a lazaretto, where, at
different periods in its history, typhoid fever
aud other kindred diseases have been ramp
ant, slaying their tens of thousands.
But it was not our iutention to dwell on this
branch of tho subject, as we desired inoru particularly
to call attention to those means of
preserving health which every individual has
at his control. Tho warmth of our climate
has undoubted a tendency to discourage bodily
eiercise, but we can only yield to the tend )
ency at the expense of enervation and physical
deterioration. Kxercise is as essential to
health in this country as in more temperate
regions, and perhaps even more so. 'We see,
where the highest civilization exists, that the
most careful attention is given to
education. And this caro is not limited to
the growing generation, but is continued
through adult life, and in this way only is the
vigor of the raco preserved. Lacking as we
do, the tonic of cold weather, with its incentives
to exertion, there is all tho more reason
why we should use especial care in supplj ing
its place with such practices as science and
experience havo indicated to be necessary.
In Europe aud America, in addition to the
gymnasium, there are, for tho benefit of those
classes whose occupations do not provide
sufficient exercise, athletic field sports, and an
adequate supply of opportunities for exercise
for all the requirements of health, nere,
what have we in this line? Almost nothing.
One of the greatest mistakes ever made by
this community one cf its most deplorable
steps backward was allowing that noble institution,
tho Olympic Club, which was
ushered into existence just ten years ago with so
much enthusiasm and ecJaf, to die. The amount
of dyspeptia and consequent misery which
would have been alleviated and prevented in
this town, had it lived, and been patronized
as it should have been, is simply incalculable.
We trust that before very long popular sentiment
shall be aroused and educated on these
matters sufficiently to justify a reorganization
and permanent maintenance of the above institution.
A community that does not caro
enough for its health to even sustain a bowl-ins
alley, may succeed in acquiring riches,
but will not be likely, either to retain that
freedom from disease which is essential to the
enjoyment of affluence, or to possess sufficient
vigor to propagate a generation of of&pring
which shall be able to preserve and augment
its inherited wealth. In short, such a community
hardly merits the designation of
But although destitute of conveniences for
the practice of many forms of active exercise,
we are never prevented from that last resort
walking an cxerciso which is too generally
despised, but which is of itself, when sufficiently
indulged in, ample to preserve the
health in a vigorous condition. While en this
subject we most not fail to mention the fact
that there is one man in this city who takes
enough interest in physical culture to maintain,
in the face of the general indifference on
the subject, a gymnastic class. We refer to
Mr. Charles Derby, who is doing much good
among the few who patronize him, by helping
them to a state of sound health.
Sea-bathing is another invaluable sanitary
agent which does not appear to be adequately
appreciated in this country. Abroad it is
more and more acknowledged to be of great
service, not only in preserving health, but
also in restoring tone to the system when reduced
by functional disorder, dissipation,
over-work, or any other cause. Public saltwater
baths are now to be found in all the
larger cities of the sea-board, both in Amer
ica and Europe; while here, in Hawaii, where
Nature has furnished unsurpassed conveniences
for the luxury, it is very much neglected,
so that the great mass of the population,
natives included, do not probably
average one salt-water bath in a year. In the
olden time when Hawaiians were lesty heathen
they were accustomed to spend about half
of their time in surf-bathing, and it is not unlikely
that a large part of their former vigor
was the result of this practice. Certain it is
tint sea-bathing is just the tonic required to
counteract the somewhat enervating influences
of car tropical climate, one of these compensations
so often seen in the natural world.
Another sanitary meana which is within
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easy reach of nearly all, but which is strangely
neglected, is afforded by the summits of our
mountain (teaks, where, within four or five
miles of tho metropolis, even in tho warmest
summer weather, oil atmosphere may always
be found at once cool, pure, and invigorating.
We hope the day is not far distant when mountain
sanitariums shall bo found on all our
accessible ranges, affording to the denizens of
the hot, dusty, and air-vitiated town
tunities for replenishing their stock of strength
and health by invigorating draughts of that
elixir of life ozone.
On boaiid Stkamkr Kilauea.
Xotuino heljis uioio to make a voyage
agreeablo than a fair wind and a smooth sea.
Our good boat started off from Honolulu on
the 20th tif February, under these auspices,
and they proved true omens to tho end of tho
trip. Ten hours from the wharf, with a fresh
west wind, found us at tho Lahain.t anchorage
at 3 o'clock a. m., where the steamer's merciless
whistle roused all within its sound, on
board or ashore. A short hour, aided by a
bright moon, sufficed to debark all tho freight
and passengers destined for that placo, and at
four our propeller was again in motion, pushing
us on to
Where wo arrived at six o'clock. This is tho
steamer's lauding place for all freight or passengers
by her destined for Wailuku and tho
four plantations along tho road to Waihee, as
well as for Makawao and that region. A substantial
wharf is needed here, and also a
second buoy, just abreast of the landiug, to be
used in light weather, which improvements
will assist the boating necessary to transfer
the increasing traffic, wliich will naturally
collect here. From this point a short sail of
two hours brings us to
The landing of the Ulupalakua Plantation.
Except, in moderate weather, the surf runs
high, dashing with grest force over tho rocky
coast. But safely on thore, visitors to
palakua find themselves in a charming cli
mate and scenery. Tho plantation, with its
mill and numerous buildings and cane fields
stretching for at least a couple of miles away,
As located 2000 feet abovo the sea, and affords
a very prttty sight as seen from the steamer's
deck. At noon wo cast off from the buoy and
headed for the Hawaii channel, across which
the vessel hurried, aided with a stiff North
wind, and arrived at
About six o'clock p. m. This is ono of the
landings for the district of Kohala, which is
developing into the richest sugar district of
this group. Cane has been found to grow
here without irrigation, and so prolific in its
yield that four and five tons are now reckoned
on as an average crop of plant cane. Already
there are three mills in operation the Kohala,
lliuds', and Dr. Wight's turning out 2000
tons of sugar annually. Two othei s are soon
to be erected Mr. Davis and Judge Hart's
which will add another 1000 tons to the annual
yield six millions of pounds of sugar in
one district, one million of which at least will
be raised and owned by natives, who in
show more than ordinary industry, and
consequently prosperity. Several are reported
to us as having received from five hundred to
fifteen hundred dollars each as their share of
the crop, the mill retaining one-half for grinding.
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The next point in the voyage, is the port of
entry for the Waimea and Hamakua districts.
Its freight and passenger traffic was formerly
much larger than now, Kohala having lately
drawn off its surplus population and capital.
The Waimea Grazing Company, which turn
out fifty or Bixty thousand pounds of wool, and
tha Messrs. Parker who deal largely in cattle
and other stock, are the principal firms. The
latter have broken ground for a sugar plantation
in the village of Waimea, and from one
hundred to two hundred acres of ground will
be plowed and planted by August of this year.
If necessary, irrigation will be introduced, and
water will be brought for this purpose from
the Kohala mountains. Mr. Wm. Mcssman, of
Wailuku, is interested in this enterprise with
the Messrs. Parker.
Between Kawaihae and Kailua a ragged and
barren shore stretches for thirty or forty
miles, without a single village, and but few
hamlets occupied by fishermen. Jhe steamer
generally passes along here during the night,
and nothing of interest is lost by tourists, if
The Xorthem port of the district of Kona, is
generally approached by the steamer early in
the morning. Severs! large stone and frame
"buildings give it an attractive appearance
from the sea, hot on nearer approach they are
found to be old and partially dilapidated. Tbe
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stony slopes of Mount llualalai, lack of tho
village, furnish tho beat sites for coffeo
planting to bo found in this district, unattractive
and desolate as they appear to strangers.
Between Kailua mid Kealakeukua there aro it
number of littlo villages along tho shore,
among tliem lloluuloa, Kahuluu, Keauhou,
and Kainaliu, at each of which tho steamer
had freight and passengers to laud. As this
generally takes several hours, passengors often
go ashore at Kailua, hire horses and rido
through the district to tho Bay, ten miles dis
tant, which is accomplished in two or throo
Kaawaloa or Kealakkakua Bay
Is famous in history as the pl.ico whoro Capt.
Cook tho discoverer of tho group, was killed
n. century ago. It is rendered more attractive
now by a nc.it monument, erected at Kaawaloa
to his memory by tho British residents of
theso islands. Tho monument consists of a
plain oliclisk of coi)creto stone, about thirty
feet high, which stands a few feot froiirtho
water's edge. Enclosing it, there has lately
been constructed by order of tho British Government,
a neat chain fence-, consisting of
twelve heavy cannons, each set with tho breech
inserted in tho solid rock, and vith tho muzzle
rising five feet above tho surface. Tho enclosure
measures fifty feet each way. A slab,
at one corner of it, informs tho visitor that
" H. B. M's. Ship Fantouio placed theso guns
on ground presented to II. B. M's. Government
by tho Hon., Mr. and Mrs. Cleghorn,
September, 1S7G. limits of tho grouud from
tho sea around tho avenue-" Tho monument
is not on tl.o exact spot where Capt. Cook was
killed, which is a rock near and north of tho
wharf, and which is washed by tho tides. It,
however, serves the purpose intended as well,
if not better than if it were on that rock.
Tho wharf at Kaawaloa is a mere wreck,
dangerous for persons to walk over, and it is
a wonder that accidents do not occur among
tho crowds who flock to it when tho steamer
is in port. Formerly it ran out over sixty
feet from the shore, and tho steamer lay alongside
of it with safety, passengers and freight
being readily transferred to or from tho
vessel. There is no good reason why a sub
stantial wharf may not bo constructed here, as
well as at other ports on this coast including
Alualu, the port of Waiohinu. It is to bo
hoped that the lioyal Commission will take
time to look into thi3 subject before leaving
Leaving Kealakeakua Bay during tho evening,
the steamer passed down tho coast,
touching at such places as she had passengers
and freight for. Tlio number of these villages
may be seen by tho following-list :
llookena, Hopuloa, or
Kalablki, . . Houomalino.
Hookena is famous for its excellent oranges,
and Hopuloa or Honomaliuo for its awa trade.
They are all landing places for the interior
districts, the population mostly residing there,
two, three or four miles inland, where vegetation
is more abundant. Daylight fonnd the
steamer off Alualu, the most Southern part of
Hawaii ; but no signs of tho volcano eruption
had yet been seen, nor any light designating
its locality. Xotling was left for sight-seers
but to spend the day In visiting
Which is a pretty village of a few hundred inhabitants,
located seven miles from the port.
It is already becoming famous as a sugur producing
region, although it is but a few years
since any attention was paid to this business
here. The only mill at present is that of Mr.
A. Hutchinson, Whose cane fields cover the
slopes of the neighboring hill3. A new mill
has just been constructed at the Honolulu
Iron Works, and will soon ha erected to take
the place of tho rude works at present used.
As cane grows very rapidly here and produces
enormous crops, ranging from four to seven
tons to the acre, and as the natives are engaging
in its cultivation, Mr. H. designs to
erect a second mill to meet the demands of the
increased cane products, which promise soon
to amount to 2000 tons annually. Messrs. J.
Xott & Co., of Honolulu, havo lately disposed
of their fine cane crop and lease of land in
Waiohinu to Mr. H. for the sum of Sl7,000
It is not more than ten years since this" worthy
and hardworking Scotchman arrived in Waiohinu,
and bought out a rude mill and a few
acres of cane for S3000. Perseverance and the
reciprocity treaty have made the same property
very valuable, with a prospective annual income
of at least a hundred thousand dollars.
For a small -village, Waiohinu lias a large
number of stores at least ten, which supply
the wants of the inhabitants residing in Kan
district, twenty miles in either direction.
Here, as at Kohala, the natives appear to be
acquiring habits of industry, which accounts
for the neat appearance of their frame dwellings
Tho order had been given for passengers to
1)0 on board at soven o'clock, and at eight P
M. sharp, tho Kilauea was headed homeward-bound.
A few of tho passengers had loft for
Ililo, hut most of them returned with tho vessel,
as it was deemed imprudent to attompt tho
ascent of tho mountain to visit tho locality of
tha eruption of Feb. 1 1, which took place at
or near tho summit crater. About ton o'clock
on Saturday morning, Feb. 21, a tho steamer
approached Kealakeakua Bay, Captain
keen oyci detected au uiiiisii.il sight at
tlio entrance ot tho harbor, olf Keci Point,
which seemed more like n school of whales
spouting than anything wise. Approaching
nearer, smoke, or stu.im was unserved, when ho
at ouco announced it to bo
A Sl'MI AKINK VOUIANO.
Towards il nil eyes were turned, and every ono
un Ixvird was eager to learn morti of it. Tliroti
canoes were observed cruising around tho spot,
and as tha steamer il, permission was obtained
to lower a boat, into which several pal-senders
jntcnil, and aha wai rowed toward il.
Numerous pieces of lava wtirt soon floating on
ilia surface, froui which team or smoke, ruse tu
u liigtil r tun or fifteen lent, while the water up.
(wared disturbed by tlio action In-low. This
must have been inoru than a mile from tho shore,
but tlio sumo phenomena of Heating atones,
smoke, steam mid disturbed water were observed
to reach to tho land, where groups of inlivos
ero gathered matching tho scene. From tho
uilirei in the cunoes wo learned that the eruption
was first noticed ab-wt three o'clock of the
saint) moruing, accompanied with red, blao and
i;roen lights on tha surfed), ami thai It hud continued
without cessation till our arrival, although
soma limed there wore many morn lava
ilunes floating than at other times, and tha action
seemed greater then. Tboy woro much ex-cited
orer it, and leared that somotlnng more destructive
niuilil fulluw. Excepting u slight chock
of earthquake and n rent in the ground running
from tho Point several miles inland, nothing unusual
bad boon noticed.
Tho strainer entered tho harbor, keeping well
off from tlio Point, and anchored in tlio uaual
place. Tha afternoon was spent in visiting tha
scene of tho eruption ashore, and in boats off tho
Point, as has already been described last week.
A sketch his been taken ot tlio submarine eruption,
wliich will probably bo photographed. Tho
last advices from the Bay report thai tho eruption
has become mora active since tho departure
of tho Btoamer oil tho ereuiug of tho 24th, but it
is gonerully believed that tha seat of the eruption
will bo removed inland, ifitcontinues. u. il. w.
G. WALLER, 1'roprletor.
Choicest Meats from the Finest Herds
Fish, Poult. y, Vegetables, &c,
Fitrulslicri to tinier.
it nd Tlutrsilitys Veal,
Nil nilnjTs lJiliib,
(Unless otherwise orderetL)
The Proprietor havlntr leased the ncRt and commodious
VEGETABLE, FRUIT AND POULTRY MARKET.
AdJoI'dnS tho Family Me.1 Market, w III be prepared to
promptly and atUIactorlly fill onlers for everything
to furnish the tables with alt the Substantias aud
&ar SUiiiiiu;ruiitllo4l on Sliort
Meats, Ac., delivered to all paru of the city without ex
trachanre. (6311m) O. WAU.K11.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
FOR S A.LE!
THE FOLL 0 WING
PER HAWAIIAN BARK R. C. WYLIE !
One Hundred aud Thirty-one DayS
Red, Ulatll, white ground, chocoUte, gray and fancy.
Jaconets, rtrowu Cottons,! quilitlMt White Cottons,
llormcks' Long Cloth, A, I! A II; Brown Drill,
Hickory Stripes, Stripped Ticking, llrown Holland,
Linen Padding, Blue Strlpel Denlois,
Blue, White and Fatcy Flannel, llosqnllo Kettlug,
Scotch Water-proof Tweed, S colors,
Black Merino and Cbbourg,
IJoen, assorted numbers. 13 yard pieces, Ac
-Victoria Lawns, Bartge, Lasting.
A SUP..IU0R LOT OF TAILORS' GOODS
Doeskin, Buckskin, Diagonal, Repps, Cashmere, Moleskin,
White Cambric. White A Turkey Bed Cotton, Snic,
White Cotton and Tcrkxsh, Line a Turkish.
Linen A Cotton, Broo!cs'Fatent, Thread, Black Merino
Men's White and Gray Merino, Brown A Bine Mlisd
LADIES' STOCKINGS ASSORTED;
Children's Stockings. Shirts, fancy uannel. Canton,
Unloo, Uegatta, Denim, Ac
l Cudershlru Cutton. 11 enno and Edk
Umbrellas, Italian black, l.ecktlea.
Black and Colored sdk Kibbcoa Kntoot caa.
A SPJ.ENDID ASSORTMENT OF UL'OTII.
ING AND SHAWLS.
Cloth, Buckskin, Flannel, Cotton, Ac,
P. C llorrkey Jackets, Heavy wool Blankets, all colors,
Cotton and Horse Blankets, Quilts, Ac
Burlaps, Wool Pack Canvas, Gunny Bags.
Calfskins, Ac Corks, Perfumery, Ac, Lublna Extracts,
su de Cologne, rhllocome, Ilalr Oil and atacasaar.
Fancy Soaps. Ulndsor, Ac
Tooth combs. Tooth Bnuhes, Hair Brrubea,
Luoktng Glasses and Mlrrora, Imitation Jewelry,
Ledgers, Journals, Ac, Playing Cards,
Harmonicas, I H Balla, Featbe Dusters,
pocket and Botcher Kolres, Sciseors, In leather A cards
Tinned ijpnrs. Lanterns, CC Irons,
Galranlzed Jormgated bheet Iron, 4 alzea ;
Galvanized Pipe, all sizes, Galranlzed Buckets, 10x12 In,
Tubs, Tinned saucepans. Beat Charcoal.
Tin Plates. Banca Tin, Sheet Lead and Zinc.
xxignt ana ouea veace mn, oa.,, sands,
lioop Iron, 4 aixea; ltlreur, UunUTellov.
Metalaod Xatls, liar Iron, Gun Powder, Shot, Ac,
BZacksodths' Coal. Prloting and Wrapping paper,
Cordage and Packing, Toys, Tumblers,
Baskets, Faints and oils, Vienna Fnmltnre,
Wall Paper, CrockeryCanstlc wis, Tar and Pitch,
Anchors and Chains, Gil Casks and bhooks.
Kerosene Barrets, Birch Urooms,
Cement, Fire Clay, Fire Bricks, Gambler Cntch,
Crushed Bcsar, Wash Bine, Sardines, Salt, Bihlnt,
Mustard. Pates, Ac. Ac
Stearin Candles and rsafety Matches,
Liquors, Ac, BoateJleaa'a Brandy 1, 2. 2 A 4 diamond.
Gin In baskets and greea cases.
Champagne Ueldrledc TuUnart, Tboreaox,
Hparkllng Dock, Bhlne Wine, Bavarian Beer,
Bu PanreAle.cj;trartsand pints,
Jeffrey's Ale. quarts and pints : Bitters, it
German and Uar&ra Cigars, at low prices, to close consign
menu, in lots to anit, Ac, Ac, Ac
Ordenfren lit Other Iiladi Promptly Eztnlti a
Schooner for Sale.
The Fine Scfir." John Young,"
Assise now lira, with alt htr Kails, llhrtliir. and Blorra,
rra tr f.r am. For rurllitr tu
(W CIIAHt.pl IPSO.
jfAHfiiAJfr. i r i t
Marrli 13th, Mon Jar. 1 1 il . . . . .Kona
March ISHi. Momuy, U!l . . Iltio
March Win, Monoar, 1 1 '... , Kona
On all Windward Trlp tha Stoamrr will tfaro her wharf
at a; all trips to Kauai, will Iraveatl r u. On down
till thoMlraiilpr will hot lcaVV Kawaihae before 10 A. U ,
Maktiia as rr miller Oil up trip, Maalara liar not brforr
7 A. i. Any chance from thalwio will tw advrttltrd.
BB- ?in 'rilU fur l'nwnce .Money. -o
Tlrkvta nt the olHw only.
I.o iwrlh will be conlt!rrrd at takrn until paid ru. Not
rrponilbi(rarunmarkitlujnrajoraur Freight or
Ullirsa rlptd for,
Freight Money Dae on Demand.
BtT ,Vn effort will Im nud u hnt IhvMlramerrrarh
Honolulu on tha evening of the same day she leavroMaul
SAMUKI. (I. WlUIKIl. .Wrnt.
omco with Wilder A Co.. corner of Fort A Uueen street
FOR KOLOA & OTHlfPORTS ON KAUAI
v . . .
JSl A. JJL .A. 4. JLi JbJ I
Will havo regular dispatch for Kauai, aa above, until
further mulct-, OB- Freight and Ilunenien taken at Iho
1IOM.F.S A CO.. Agent.
P. 8 Thlt veawl has Jnst been thoroughly repaired
newlycoppered, and put In la perfect order. 33
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
C. Browor A Co.
can nlwMt l
mtJa fjrttorirt an Ju.Dmnt of Oil. iVn.. Wo.it. tl and
(4bcrMfrctuuisllB to New UironI, Uoaton. Nr Yotk aaJ
thcr rort. AdaocmiJ,
a uueweu co.
DISPATCH LINE F0RSAl5 FRANCISCO!
fitt C. Browor A Co. Agonts. jgjt
SSSMrrchsndlse recelred Siorape Free andJS
liberal cash adrauces made oa shipments by this line.
Wily C. UttKIVKU CO.
un tu mLuixa. uuair.iuauuu
WILLIAMS. BLANCHAED & CO..
Shljipiiifc and Commission MrrchaDls.
KS US Callforota Stretl, San Francisco. ly
R. S. HOWLAND,
Shipping and Commission merchant,
JJUO, Front Street, near Calllornla,
0. & M. Ilowland, New Bedford. & Brewer Co.. Bnslon.
1. II. lUrtlett X Sons. " Owen a Oark, PnnMenee,
Wot, II. Crapo, " E. A. Maurice, Kourlh Sat
r4 6m nink. N.T.
II. W. SEVEUANCE,
t05 FllONT BmEET,
HAH ritA.v Cisco. nwr.
ROBERT WILKES & CO.,
ItAjnJFACnJKEBS & MANDACniBEa'S A0ESTS
1MP0RCKU3 AND EXPOUTEaS OF
American, English & European
Snppty to the UrgM', rstlety of General Merchandise
offered by any 0N1. I10USK IS THE WOULD,
fiery deuler should have a Csll;ne from this
House as some goods lu every tine
All Staple Goods Sold Guaranteed
Toronto, 43 and SO Tonga street;
Montreal, IM and IDS, McQlll street;
London, 00 Queen Victoria street, K. C. i
ShtffielJ Bearer Woiks.
Forwsnllng and Commission Igeney,
NEW Y0KK CITT.
SUGAR MACHINERY, iC.
AKK PREPARED TO
furnish estimates fur Sugar Machiuery, Ac, either
tobemade at the HONOLULU IRON WOUKS.or to be
Imparted from GLASGOW by vessel to leave that port
about July or Angust next, or by another vessel to learo
in February, IK 8.
Tlaoy ZECarvo on rl
For Sale ONE SGUAR MILL AND GEAR,
Twculy ly Thirty-six,
ALHO. ONE OB TWO SIZES OF
Second - Hand Sugar Mills!
Gear and Power, which may bo delivered In a few
ALso, FOR SALE TO ARRIVE !
3E3 S Is. To a. xx Is. !
From Glasgow. Due in Jane Hex.,
e.OOO Gallon Clarlflors.
Four Pnlra Weston's Centrirnsnl Mnclilucs,
A1.SO, O.V ilAXD AXD FOR
China ilnddln j Bricks, Portland Cement, Fencing Wire,
Hoop Iron. Best Assorted Bar Iron, East India ltlce,
China Mattlnff, Ac, Ac
Which will be Sold in quantities ta Suit,
at the Zoteest Jhrhrt Mala.
V. B Tho Planters who are contemplating- lncrrur
Ins tbe capacity of their mills, may hear of p3rehasen
for their old mills, gear nd power, by an early application
to tbe nnderatffned.
32 OltEEM, ACFARI.AKIS CO
Knowles Patent Steam Wmp
C. BREWER & CO.,
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands
Per Syron frozxx Boston
ABOVE CELEBRATED FUHPS, FBOS RO. 2 TO S.
ARE READVTO RECEIVE ORDERS
AST any or the pumps of Ibis make lo be forwarded
overland If necessary
BOILER FEED PUMPS,
Pump For Hot or Cold -Water, Halt Water
Prices and other Information fiiren by
13 1m C. BIIEWEB A CO.,
Fruit Prepared by the Alden Process
Plums. Ac, Ac For Sale by
B0LLE3 A CO.
The Hawaiian Hotel
TJnder the manssement of IL VOSOEiir.tlAFFEJf.
DEMCACIEM KXOWS TO THE AUK
constantly kept on hand, and served to surpass the
part, arrest the present, and stereotype the intnre rnar.
an teed to autlsfy the epicure In his wildest dreams. Wed
dlnss. Dinners, and all other private and public Orders
trill be execs ted la my usual elevated style.
am B. VQS OEULUAITlUr,
THK MATTEX HF
Hie bankiaptry ef John 8. WsJk.r, sxlanmrr
Joha . Walter, of Honolulu, harlcg com befun tha
Honorable Lawrence McCtniy, JiUr Of t" ttnra
Court, and declared Mmajlf abankrapi. aspmiktrd la
Mccuon 13 or the Cm? Codev It wa tblw day efuVr3 y
the said Justice that faUmUr, the 17th da oXHareh. at
leu o'clock a, m., at the Cimrt llonea of th tatrmw
Court at AIUuiaBl Itonae, tloonltdu. be the time ami plan,
to hear and deckH the ijaeatawi ofWtkrapUT. and that
heirinr be published l Ine Uawalla!! 4hw
velie f.ir all person therein concerned to appwr and
show cause. If any thwehe. why the eald John j, Walter
slH'Uld not no decreed a bankrupt,
lly order of the CUirc,
J. B. lt.tK.VAUt, Clef.
Ifcmolalo, March (, IS77. 131
I.VNIiM. In probate In theaiatierof taei.t(e!
A. R, PUWKHH, of Jlouoluln. drrmsed, lateswl. toeftxa
Sir. Jasllro McCnlly.
On reading and tiling the Petition f Mary V. Twer, ef
Honolulu, aliening thai A. R, IMoretvof Vd
llilrslateiitea,oa the llthrday of Febriury, a. It, TOT.
and praying that belter of Administration lass tajl
A. 0. p,,ol;rbe relit
kio ine eaM josilrn. la the Cwirt ttenrn Dttass
lYmrt, at Honolulu, at nrJrh tune and puvfe all prraoM
(onmrne may appear anil show rouse, if any they aarv.
why raid petition shuUI rife be granted, and that talc
order be p9tU.hcM In the Kraruah laulna(e fur tare isk.
eevlrn rti In the HaKauau Uaseite trsf?e,a
Dated at Honolulu, i, i..toth K.ttnary.A.
Attest: JtwliceorUeMjpreraeClJltt. i
Jto, K. riittjttl, Clerk.
TT. O Hatrn. Atu.rney for Petliloner. 63131
CeiTKT. KirHTH JlTBlTlAa.
J Circuit of he llawallan UlaruU. Ksm.u:
Trrm, A. D. 1CT. Mhoklil Wablnellet nri taU
UnlTor tMTutve, ts, Wshlneklal, . Ubeue.
In the alre entitled lib. 1 rr dlrorce. It la now nrdered
that a necree of dirotre fro-n the to.t ef matrlavay be
tu favor f tha salit Klhokahl WeJuteekvl ef tb
cauaoor the adultery f the I4 viaahinUI,i,beniJ
abstduta after the esplratiou of au rauatha irous tbe bsa
of this decree, upon. rosaplUacr with the testna IbMrof.
unlesa sufflclrul cause shall appear lo IheeoetrariV
And tbe tlbeUant is vruVred tit pabitah aa l tested nrar
of this oxter In the OuTeiururTlt llaletuuij Kaokcaawos.
papers, for aU iuccee4ie weeks, the feel pnbOrallu. to
be within one mouth from the dale of thU enter, thai an
persona Interested may, wttbla sir month, ahe,e ranee
why said decree should not be made
Dated at Nawlllwill, Kaoal. thla Tth day of I.Uoary,
lly the Court ; nusicmtiBr,
Clerk Clrcull Ctmrt tlh Judicial
NawiuwiLt, Kauai. Febneary t. Mr?.
I hereby certify that the forrgelns Is a true aiei teltkinl
copy of the original deems In the abore entiUnt ratoa
now on flle In the Clerk's Oi&ie of Iho Ctoert.
Judicial Circuit. F11ANK III. NUT,
S t Clert Circuit Coert 4lh Judicial Circuit.
niNcirr COl'KT, rut'KTH JitnicIAZ.
"O Circuit of the Hawallaa l.Ui.da. KaueLsa: sefara.
ary Term, A. D. IsTT. atahaleaea f kj, Ta. Itaebaa Kaaale
nu (w). UUlle
In the abuse entitled libel far divorce, II Is now
that a decree of divorce from te hood of Btatritoeay be
entered la tavarof the said Katulecutu f the caoee ef
adultery of the said llaetue XahaKaaa. te be Bade able.
lute alter tbe expiration of all dwiUm from the daw ef
this decree, upon with the terasa thereof; au-less
suttlcieq: caase shall appear to the contrary, .
And the llbellaut Is ordered tu pablUb. art attested cojy
i uu uni iq iiieuveru(urniuaetieana JtlMatQaa
rur six surcesalTe weeks, tbe nrst pnlilVaUun to
within one month fruat tee date of tats order, lhataa
peisooa toterested may, wlihla alx months, ala.ee cause
why said decree shush! not be made nbaulate.
Dated at Nawlllwill, Kaoul, thla ,lh day of February.
A. Ik. IsTT.
lly the Conrtt BlMiT.
Clerk Circuit Conn tth Judicial Circuit.
Niwiuwiu, Kauai, February T. IITT.
I hereby certify that Ibe- fetrgoluc Is a true ae-J. tdthrcl
copy nf the origliiBl decree lu tlie ateiTe entitled cause.
bow oh file In tbe Clerks OOlce of tbe Circuit Ivor u tuarUs
Ju.l!clal ClrcuIU UIMJT,
(IS et Clerk Circuit Cwrtllb Ju.1 elal circuit.
IX THE CIKCL'IT IIHisVrOPTHETOl'Xnt
JudlcUl circuit. KaaaT. sa: Frbraary Term, A. 1.
WI7. Moeaoa,i(), Ubclkuit fi'r Krorrr.
In tbe abore entitled litel fordhorce It tsnuw ordered
that a decree or divorce from. Uw boftd ef tnatnaveay t
entered In favor ef the said lloenoeo ), ef thecaaMef
the adultery and wlllfal drrerUoi trf the aaM UapKsmllkl,
to be made absolute after the eaplralkm of ta mecdtM
from the date of this decree, upp. cumplUnce with the
terms thereof, unless sufficient eaoaeshall appear ta the
And the llbellaut la ordered I pabnah an attested ps
of this order In the Uuxetle and KuAos Mw,pepen,for
six surcenlro weeks, the Hrtt pabtlrala.n to be within sue
month front the date of Uid order: that sul persuns Interested
may, within six months, show cause why
should out be made absolute.
Iktted at KawlUwIU, Eanal, the ;th dsy of February,
By the Court: FKAJtX BINBT. Clerk.
... .. Kauai, Febtaary 7. WJT.
I hereby certify that the totriiag Is a true and tutthral
copy or the In the above eallUed ranee
now on ate In tlie Clerk's OlJlce of the Circuit lourt of the
Fourth Judicial Circuit. FttANK BISBT.
BM Oerk Circuit Court, sth Jod. Orcnlt.
CIRCUIT roiIRT oyXHE FOURTH JC.
ss. February Term, A. U lJ7. Maleka Ma.
kusolo (W), LIbeUant for- SlTerce, ts. llsiuacle k), LUV-
, In the abore entitled libel fur dlTorre, Il at now ordered
that a decree of divorce from the bund of ctstrtmoay be
entered In favor ot the said MalekaMakoaele.of tbe ranee
or adultery or the said Maknaole, ts be made absotsuc alter
the expiration of alx months from the date of tide decree,
upon compliance with the terms thereof, unless sumckat
cause shall appear to the contrary.
Ami tbe IlbcIUit Is ordered to pubtlsn aa attested rpr
of this order In the ituverunieut Uaxette and Kuokoa
newspapers, Ibr alx snrcetslr wre&s, the tint psb
Hcatlou lo be within one month from the date of this
order, that all persons interested may, within six raeehs,
how cause why ad. I decree llwuld not be made sblole.
Uate.1 at NawOIwlU, Kauai, this Tth day of February.
By the Court, nuNK Bimrr.
Clerk Circuit Court tth Jodlcic" Clrcatt.
. . . N awiuwiiiKaaaL February
I hereby cerUfy that the, SjreKnuic is a true anil Ulafa!
copy of theoibjtoal decree to tbe aloreraUtted
now on die In the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Coart. Fourth
Judicial Circuit. FRANK BIS IJT,
all Ct Clerk Circuit CWrt Ith Jodldal circuit.
CIRCUIT COURT, FOtrRTII JmifTAIC
Circuit of the llawallan IsUiks. Kaoal. aa: February
Term, . D. 177. iele 1'utumoka (w), Llbellant for
et. Putdmoku (k), Ubellee.
In the above entitled tlbel for divorce It Is bow ordered
that a decree of divorce Irons tbe bond of matrtnway be
entered hi favor of the auld Mela ruburuAn of Ike caaae
or Me adultery cf the ask! PuhlmoXa, to be cuka) abso
lute srter the expiration of six moi.tlw from the date of
this decree, open compliance with the trims thereof, unless
sumcleat csoae snail appear to the eontrary.
And the Ubellant U ordered lo publhdi an atsested ropy
Of this order hi tbe Government Gasetlveud Kuokoe. newspapers,
for sU successive weeks, the first noUkalioo ta
be within one month from the data or this order tat all
persons Interested may, within sis months, show caeae
why said decree ahoold notbeuadeahsclaie.
Dated at Nawlllwill, Kaaal, this JUt day T February,
By the Court. FBASK BrSBT,
Clerk Circuit Coart Ith JodJcUl orcnlt,
Swiunu, Kausi. yttroary 7th. 1177.
I hereby certify that tbe fbrexuwz Is a trae and faithful
copy of tha orurtnal decree, lit the aloe sabtled euu
now on file In the clerk's Oflke or the Circuit Court,
Fourth Judicial Clrcdt. FBAXK'lIISBTi
C31 II ClerlcCIrcultCosrttthJodjctdUrcaX
JX THE SUPREME CtlUKT OF THE HA.
walian Islands, January Tern. I C7.
Catherine Warren. Ubeilxnl, vs. ThiBiaa TV. Warreo,
Ubellee. Libel for Divorce.
Tnesdsy, January Mtb. 1J77.
On the bearinc of th above LD! for Divorce, It Is hereby
ordered that a decree of tUvorre from tbe bunds ef
matrimony be entered m faror ol the saki Catserine
Warren, for tbe cause of wilful and raster deeertlua for
tna term of three years, or the said Thomas W. barren,
to be made absolute after the expiration of aU sruaths
from the date of this opon compUaece wltls the
terms thereof, unless sufficient cause appear to the
Aud the Ltbellant la ordered to pablUh aa ccpy
of this order la the Ilawalln Gaxette sad Kuokoa
for six weeks, the first pobUcailaa to U road
within ote month from the data sX tads order, and that
all persons latereated may wtthlit six snorii.a abow
cjuim why said decree should not be mane atautite.
Ky order of the Court,
. . ...
I hereby certify that tho la a trae and edtHul
copy of the oridnal decree In the abore entitled cans
now on flu- In the Clerk's office of the Cftiprrnw Coart oX
the Hawaiian Islands.
As witness my hand and tbe Seal of the fespreros Court
this lid day of January, A. D. 177.
,. ISO. E. BAIl. AIID.
Clerk Supreme Coort,
THE TOBERSIOXTIB HAVIXCTHIMBtT
It BBOWN, of mio, Hawaii. deeetieed. this k, to cii e notice
that an persona bavins; claims sapaiast saU Eauue are
requested to present tbe came la the snderszne4wittla
six months of the date of the 4rat af
or they wni be forever haired . and aa tsdebted b saH
Estate are requested to make Immediate payeuat to tho
Arfmlnlstrarorof the tsula of Jdiry II Ertnrs,
nilo, Febmary (th, 1R7. sa la
POITiTen this dsy by the lion. A. Farncader. Cr
cm: Judge, JIanI, Admhustrator d th Kstate of Ox tste
Frederics; Welch, nl Wallnkis, JfinL tub; stt M
that all persons haiusr llms aceirataJd estate are
to present the saate lo the sndersixned studa six
moqtbe fnuo tbe dale ef toe Crst poldlcatkei of tale aetker,
Admlnlatraor pro tern.. In the Hawaiian ef January
Sd, 1177, said six months oa ttwM dlycf
July, IJ77, or they will be forever barred ; and aC persons
indebted toaaid estate are requested to pay the emeosla
bwlne without delsy to IIEMUT W.
Administrator In fact of the Estate of F. Welch, daesasu.,
rTaltukn, MaeL Ftb. t, U7T. CJl 41
Wow is the Time.
"JSpHSCKlKK FOR CAXirunXIA PA-
M. rlslt, commenclns: with tbe rear.
ce.' niV laiuoniB.
L'olletln . AM
Bent Weeklr hi"-' ini.
-. ?"? ..J1 whsa prrpaid far year,
ernen bulsar sent. one l cbarzed aa
caca pPr. u, jj. VHUTSET.
.,, . . . .: