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TU bU txuT ZcaUmIU I buw Ju frutn 5jJdj, cd
nwl fr Sh Fruicioa,
tiro.a crtAjM mr LmAIox Well, aoJ tb mill ar now
tratrsUj at wtf k tumlofi Mil rcfitrf y aoJ grocery irJN iT
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tltt lbCAUfursU lUSiMKf hd cvtrcltl Ut lb bulk J"
tbr croUx rrp r IS77. Tk cvtatt met Jo not lucluJ otr
La lb (-reluct, wbkli UI AtiMMot to kbwiit 2S,000,WW or
lrtuj 3J.0OJ.OUJ 1U.
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ltb4 co oar tjtlU to like rffct in Ocuber ix-it.
Oar Utmt iuaII And direct adder fruu Sao Fraucivco
wrro by tb tair AiMlralU. briuia- ll4 to Mtvrcb Z
VU rortiAil wo tmwm lclciLic tJiKii to A(1 2. No
cbAC at notlcl la tb qootAlloct of uUd4 product.
Vrrls'u I'ouiiuerrliil Iteui.
h Frutitto, March ICMoocr k 4eutifal at All tb
b&ak. Atd riricapitIliU at crAat in Ik.Ulaf Lmu,
Lais m first flrt MCuritf emu W rAdlljr obUioed At
e pr CMti. tor icrm i jer-
Tbo laiporti of trAur At tb twrt of w York, rotn
, Ja&omt lt to Frbnurj 21U. rr $2,333,400. Tb tiporl
u u i D ( utm unit wyf ei s.oo,ju.
Tb rtviiu of omI At tbe port -f Sn Fraiicica, danoic
Frbrotrj wrro X.01Z ut, Aitit 3U.3C i.rfM 0 a cktm
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loOAtk. if UVm- wrrtTCJfii Tb prudoctku of lb
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lb Lulled uts wbich t)A imcn4 aU rmjuJljr i lata.
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I whumwI IatvIt yf rovfiatf hmWtUI. nwebed tbe lo uf
t lid uai. Of tbi wo tS,0M wm Ukea b Urt llrilAla.
l-Oltl' Ol UOOMil.IJ.
Aye II -cbr AfAaowAAWAU KaUia. (nm WaIIaa.
vur .iuotA. roatnA, irwa KoUaU auU lUmt&BA.
hebr IKArwick. J UaU. Crvui MuUAai,
tw UatWo, CbrUtiAA, trMu KtdoA And WaIuva.
1 Jtoir KLaa, Marrbs-at, froui W indward For la.
Scltr Ka,nuil. CI oar. fr KoUrn ud WaJrueA.
2TAbiUaa bkui MwiBi, fruu ThLIU.
21 scbr NrtUo 31rrrill, Crane, tmra LaLaIaa.
ScLt KaiAaiAAa, Maua, froto Kwba,lA.
2thr ftMwkaiii, Curk. from Has a.
hcUr 3lArr tllen. Kaaioa. fruta llilo.
tchr UauookawaJ. KaluA. fruui NawiIiwUL
iscbr U Arwkk, Ju. Ball, from MoIoaaL
isuut ivilaoaa, AfArdiAOt, from Kasai.
KLr EaSIoI. Ullbar. fruui KaiinUL
23 frcbr FaItv Queo. fwi.L.fruai KobaU.
Ant lAtiM J A AlLiAbri;, HabbArt, 19 dajt froto
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24 fctr rOA3l. lIoia, from ItDo
25 Sdor KcAASlaobU Klou, from IlAalL "
AJ IS Scar WArwlck. Joba Dull, for MololuL
l senr KrAAolttubl, KIojo, lor iiall
SO KUlOa. klarcbAOt, for Kauai
br L'ilsBta, PaAAhWa, fro KtvfaAU
tl Haw Ufr W It AlWo, OIi)y, for cn.be.
23 scbr KaauU, Cloacr, fur Itlidoa and uIiqaa.
fecbr Muiva. CbnalWB, for KoIam and Wa.oiaa.
fLr Nrttw Ucmlb Crao, for LaltAiaa.
24 ftcbr Kiaan, Keakdiabal for Maltko,
II Bit tfcotome, Maqoay.
Am tt LaCaI Taodar.
Am Lkta Jab A, FAlkluUtr;. Hnblarf, dlatharclnf .
Am taj kaatf Jiaoo-rrj. ciii4ierd, UAcliArKiD.
TaUUao U.Um MaLTAtiiA.
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Aw acbr LwtVta, Ovatar, dicliAr,fia(.
Rport cif bark mlii. Jan A. Faltlaburf. llabLart, from
' AatoriA. Afrit 23. Vcft Aktorio April; bad U;Ut NW
lladAAdplAAat weather forUo diy; wbcnIaUt3de
Umf. t3?e 30, ?ol;a (lUwaiUo) fn overboard.
lowered a boat and j lcked Mat Dp. Mb, Ut 2 e W loo
i ls 2r tpoa Ata bark Emerald, of Port Towaarnd. 4t
day fM CalUo , bovad to rtjet Soaod. Lait 8 daji bad
I lifbt tAfli&c wiod. l(bte4 ilaui ca 22od
Prom WladwATd I4rt,rar KIlAOei,' April 1 I Y Davl.
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rorNAwlUwUL DAY laOAaeA. Aoril 20 F Tbibt!t. O W
i SaAcfarUA'. Oct Jaa Uckee. 31ra Power. W H Rice, wife
144 2 cbUaxeo, Ai uray, uo o x. uaia. am loaeca.
From NaalliwilL Dcr IvilAaea. April 21 tla J E Bob.
BCapt Jaa 3Uee, U W lactar)Ab, i Tbtbaolt., M lira.
31ie DaatJeua, 1 arfp Ubrj Aal wile.J U. Wilcox, wife
Aitd child, E blrall Geo J W Amoa. L Cab-4. Mn AbUda
AodApA.J KautbJnECbaAliaa,awd43dKS ,
Froai PorlUad. per Am Bk'ta Jane A. falktabarjr, April
ft touber BOclb weat, 3ta tcl(rapb pUa, 1 dr fr Idi
ror Creiac. ir Uaw h LtLr tt II AUaii. lorU 2124
Irkf IteeiA raat, 10 Wii moUaaea. I rotl baasp rope, 10 brU
ber( I box bwOtU, $0 boiaa bWeo, 3 cadU toariiae, 30 baa
Matora, 3 bBOofkA.
Rf Tl vhilint; bark Helen Mar atrtrrd thU
morolug from Hllo.
13T Bitk Miry Belle Kjberts, or tbe D. a Mur
ray, r boln, oo;bt to arrtrcne xt'wcck Maudar,
VtT The itcamcr Kllaue III Icitc far Hllo ind
Intermediate tmru tLU ilirmoon si five o'llock,
Vuinrold no Sandij- umrnleg.
ISTbc CiircTTK can lo procured at ibe counter
In wrapper, .tamped, rcadj for milhcc, price IS
ciJ fAUo the l:iQatrted Mr, uUbpattraltof tbe
Frinee. Pricr, 50 ceut.- -
SCHOOXER I0L4KI- This fine Tft-Rfl irMrh trant
h ore near Kahulul t week apt, ha rlnce Im-
come a total wreck. The creater jart of her carRO
ararrd. c 1
Bakk Mart Htue Robckts, Tills farorltc
packet arrived at Sn VrancUco on Thurday the
"""j nviu iup ouc waa au-
rvrttacfj to leave at an eariydtte 'on lier retnm.
Puno Tcmno. Tbe acrTlcen of Mr. Schmidt,
leader if the Gnvcrnroeut Rra Band, can alwayi
be nhtalnt-d by those hatni plinoa to be tuned, by
application at lit retldcDce,
Tempting. We would call attention to the
column advertisement of irrocerfca by Mcsr,
Friel and Bntli IntndtyV Iafuc. At far a onr
e'lperlenccecH-a, their cood are of tbe choicest,
and their clnrce. are reasonable.
Fkencu Coumcmsts. Advicec Irora Tahiti re
port that a French ar aldp Lad arrived there from
New Caledonia, with 225 fardoned cmnmtinlctt,
wlirt Arebrlnc rrtumd Imparl, but tber Lave tbe
option of remaining at Tahiti.
Real Estate. The Hnd of Opina. In Hamakna,
Island of Maol, wai told at public aactlon by Mr.
tl S. BArtow on Sainrday lat, f.irihe sum nf $4300,
which w at tbe rate of three dollar per acre.
Mr. tt. it. tiiuey wa me purcuiscr.
Snake in the GhASs. Mr, Curamlnj broucht
to the Gazette udce yetterdaya '$irpint" which
he found In a bale of California oat hay. The
'baste had evidentlx cradled Into the trrafs for a
nap, and had his life jammed out of him when the
fcrewi 'were putoo.
X3f Amonjr tbe patteojera booked for tbe IL
M. S. Zealandla we nole the Dame of Mr. J. O.
Carter, ltrgietrarot Public Acr-outils, and recently
a member nf the Honolulu Pre, who 1c about to
take a well-earned vacxtlun. We wish him a plei
aant eicurtlon and a safe rclum.
Freak or Natgre. One of the Hawaiian Hotel
biddies produced an ovariout phenomenon last
week, which must hue caused her to cackle with
unanal satiffactlon. It consisted of I no vz
connected at the tods by a liirament two or three
itches in It-nrth. somewhat similar to that which
united the Siamese tn ins. Thceiira were rather
smaller than tiruiland one contained the volk and
the other the while. What kind of a clilrkeu tbey
would have resulted lit had Ihcy been pcnnltted to
hatch. It Is difficult to say, but wu prerume that the
chicken Would have been at line end of the liga
ment, and its feathers, bill and claws at the other
Wttar AfD How to Eat Fhcit. When fruit d
harm It ii beeane It Is eateo at improper t'ltnei, in
improper quaDtities, or before It la ripenod and fit
for the haman louaeh. A diitingutihed phyfiean
has taid that if his pitieoti would make a practice
of eating a, couple of gco.I orange before hreakfait
from February to June Mi practice would be gooe.
Tbe principal eil ii that we do nut eat enouh of
fruit; that we ii.jare its finer quatitiei with augar;
that we drown them In cream. We need tbe medi
cal action of the pure fruit acids in our system, and
their cooling, corrective influences.
tf There has beeu a irvM drought In Califor
nia, caualnz loss of sheep and cattle, owing to the
want ofpatarte. We"sec frequent notices of
large bands nf sheep beins driven to the mountains
to obtain feed, la many cases wit b a loas of one
half tbe hum her. A San Jose "paper says : ' Sheep
men are having a hard time In the lower countries
of the State, The irra Is both abort and scarce,
and the sheep are so ioor and weak tbit they can
not snstain their lambs, which coiiatquentlv have to
be killed. lu addition, the khcep. In their scram
ble after food, are leavtog all their wool on the
Serrate Cameron of Pennlvlvanla. hai resigned.
lis too Don. Ute Sccreiarr of War. will probably
SUmslaos C H. 5L Danar Da Lome has been
elected Lie Senator, 1a the place of General Chau-
Colored dclcniloni hive vlilled the President.
I and geoenlly express to hlnx thdr appioval of his
A dispttch from Vienna aavt tbe Uohammedin
Bcrslti Basnla have Uiued a nroelamallou declir-
iaz vie privilege oi Monamujeaaa over uantiua
ribis rally re-eiiabiuuea.
Ucecivcva have been appointed for the Xorth
I American, Goirdiait, Mutual Widows and Orphans,
riaa Kcacae Laic Insurance fjompinlcs oi Albiuy,
and fur tbe New York life Insurance Compauy
There Is irood reason to believe that the Em DC ror
Wi.,utn persoual lofloeuce is beioc very strongly
gcxcrciseo ia sopport oi tniaoa s cuon lor a pcce
Rear Admiral Sir Edward Belcher, the exnlorer
EwhacnmmAndM tl- f-mt-dltlon In aeareh uf Sir
4oa iraoauiaiu ivx aiea oa aiiuraay, aea
Same Southern lawteri ursctlslnir to tbe Waahlnz-
I too rOQrta an iTrrrtiKt Atrr th annAlntfnout of
I Fred Uouglaas to a posUloa woere be will figure so
pnMoioeuuy lalhff cuarta. auey denounce tbcap-
E peoi ia uaa taate.
The Khcdire of Frr-it ha nramlAcd to tilaee
ISO.QOO troops and four atareseU at tbe dlsposxl
uw oaiian in tue cveoi oi a cocoicu
False Report. It give ns pleasure to be able
instate that tbe report which camo down from
Maul last week, that a Chinese laborer at Haiku
had died In eonscqncncc. of Injuries Inflicted br IL
Trcadway, la utterly lalsc Autopsy revealed lbc
Uct. thai the man dtod from disease of tbe liver of
Xtin Poiwmno. A little girt, tbe child of Dr.
Hutchinson, has for the past week been suffering;
from symptoms of lead poisoning, at.d duriugtbc
past two or three days auffered constant and Intense
ag'my, and her life vtt despaired of. Analyslscor-
rohorated the oplulons of tht doctors, and hoed
that she ha'd partaken ot lead in some form, and In
quiry finally revealed the fact that lu her play she
ma aiAsoireo: a mixture oi wuite lead and sypsum,
such s la used by tailors tor marking, lu water.
and drank iU A haopy thought led tbe doctor, her
umrr, loiry eicctnciiy wiien she was apparently
djlng, and the rvautta were Instantaneous and wmr-
drrlul. blie grew better at.ouce. and this mnrniug
we are happy to slate. It nearly oat .f danger.
More Plant atiov Fires. We learn with deep
rejyrvt that ou Saturday last, about two o'clock in
the raonilng. a Oreoccured on tbe Papaekoa Plan
tation. In tbe district of llilo. Island of Hawaii, by
which the bolting bouse and mill bnlldlng with
their coutenta, were destroyed. Tbe plantation Is
owned by tbo Hitchcock Brothers, wbuatthe time
of the nre were engaged In taking off their first
crop. Wr have been uuable to learn any particulars
Id regard to the origin of tbe fire. There w-as an
Inturaoee of $5,000 on the building, but this mut
have been lar bilow their actual value.
On the same night about midnight a conflagra
tion took place lu the laborers quarters of the
KaupAnea Plantation, owned by Messrs. Along
and Achuck, In tbe same district. It la supposed
to have beeu caused by the carelessness of one of
the Co t Doe bands, who went tn work In the mill,
leaving a lamp burning on tbe table in his dwelling,
close to the side of the bouse w hick was covered
wiln sugarcane leaves. The breeze ptobably blew
the flmo agalust this Inflamable material, setting
fire to It, and resulting In a coutUgralUm which
destroyed fifteen houses before it uascAtiuguUbed.
Had the plantation nut been supplied with a baud
fire engine, the laborers bouses would have all been
burned. As tt was five out ot turnty were saved.
Tbe loss Is estimated at almui $-2,000.
I3y Tbe mall steamer Zealandla sailed from Syd
ney April 7, aodis therefore 13 days out to-day. and
fully due She will stop In port probably eight or
ten hours, and proceed ou to Sau Francisco.
Among the passengers booked to leave by her are:
Chief Justice Harris, Mies Fa, Harris, Mrs F.H.Harris,
Hon. IL A. Widituann, Dr. O. S. Conimiogs aud
wife. Mrs. Fuller and daughter. Mrs. lC Kellv
and daughter, J. O. Carter, Mrs W. R. Castle, W.
11. Corn well and wife. Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. Le
cotint and child. Cot, Utile. J. Mora Moss and son.
J. L. Richardson. G. C McLean, son and daughter.
Mrs.-C Et Williams,. Mrs. 11. r. Baldwin, A. W.
Peterson. W. L. Hopper, F. R. Oat, aud some 120
Narrow Escape: Snnday evening list, while
the sexton of tbe Fort Street Church was engaged
in lighting up tbe edifice, preparatory to tbe eve
ning service, tbe Iron rod attached to one of tbe
large chandeliers over tbe main aisle gave way,
causing both chandeliers to fall to the floor. Tbe
lamps of one had already been, lighted, but fortu
nately In It, rapid descent they were all extinguish
ed, other wise a conflagration would have been In
evitable, for every one of tbe la tup were smashed,
and the kerosene oil poured over tbe floor. The
other chaudcller bid not been lighted, tbe r-extou
having just commencea on it, ana as it did tint
iatllromsogreAtaheigbt.lt sustained less Inlurv
thsntbe other. Wc congratulate the owners ot the
building upon 1 hi providential escape from a nre,
which, 11 tt had once commenced, could not have
been extinguished before tbe Interior of the church
had suffered gieat damage.
His Rotal Hmeiiesa Corns. The casket con
structed by Mr. Wicke for tbe mortal remains of
Prince Lcleloboku, Is a tuagulflcent piece of work
manship. It is made of an artistic combination of
lou aud koa woods, ot surpassing richness of grain,
and beauty ot finish. In the center of the Hd Is a
large silver plate surrounded by a wreath of leaves
in frosted silver, on which Is engraved the follow
M ma Rural Highness
Prince William Pitt
Heir Apparent to the Throne
Knight Grand Croas of the Order
t Kamebameha I.,
Aud Grand Crass nf the Order of
Member of the House of Nobles,
Member of the Privy Council of State.
Died In Honolulu
April 10th A. D. 1S77
Above the plate la a heavy silver crown. All this
allver work was done bens by Messrs, Wcnner aud
Pat'Dirxctor Do rax. Regarding this geDtle-
rm&.'who was atationed at tbi port for a time, we
clip tbe following from a San Francisco paper: Fay
Director John S. Cunningham, of the United States
Navy, left Monday morning by the overland train
for Washington. He Is succeeded In the Navy Pay
Orflcc by tbe veteran Par"DirecUirr Edward C Do
ras, a gvntlemaa who baa resided for several years
on this coast and is highly respected, tie baa been
thirty-two years in the service oi tue uouea ciaias
v.rc- Ii. IfiTS 1m w nn datr in Honolulu, acd
returned In the latter Dart of that Year to San' Fran
cisco. Mr. IJoran occupied tue same position nine
years ago to wuicu tie is now appouueu. ncis
fdnrth.on Ibe llatM Pay'-Direrlani-' having been
originally appointed sepiemoer ia, ma.-
As IvrtRtSTivo Idol. Moos, Balliea has been
so fortunate as to secure a wooden god, which was
quite recently discovered In a cave on tbe Island of
Hawaii, on tto lower slope ot Manna jkea.
It Is comparatively well etecnted, showing a great
advauce on the style or art exhibited In tbe Idols
fooud on Dr. Trouisin's sheep ranch some months
ago, which doubtless belonged to a much earlier
period. It ts cnt out from a solid log of some
light-colored wood, probably Mamane, and stands
just three feet in t eight. Including pedestal. The
Image has the usual squat position which Is seen In
all Hawaiian sculptural efforts, and the features,
espedallylbe mouth, are hideously distorted. The
mrmirlnhli! thlnr abatnt Che statue Is m broad
flat arched projection, springing from the back of
the shoulders, tna torming a sors h
tbe bead, extending down la front of the face to
tTna nf ihn month. From tbe unoer
periphery of this projection radiate' a number of
long SplFCS. At is oaru w aj
adjunct Is Intended to rrpresent, but U may be
that tbe bead was originally covered with a wig,
and tbe bead piece represents a maXiaU or helmet.
Tl' Hin.i. Up RallUn on his aTOod luck In
seenring ibis anllqalty, which be sends to one of
tbe rooseoni of Fsrls; batatthe same time we
must express our regret that It could uot have been
piaceu in our own uwuu wujsuu.
Supreme Court rll 'Jl'crm, A, I.
Chief Justice liarris pretidlog.
Keauoli vs. Akina (pake). Ejectment. E. Prestan
'for plaintiff W. C, Jones and 'J, K. UoAitna for debt.
Tried by a mixed jury on a question as to whether a
woman who deedeJ ths property was insane at the
time the deed waa atgued. The jury found that she
iwas Insane, which amounted to a ivcrdict for tbe de
fendant. Before Mr. Justice Mc Cully.
Kaaihueetal ts. Elizabeth , and 11. G. Crabbe.
Ejectment. A. S. Hartwell for plaintitfj, W C.
Jones, E. Preitin and J, M. DTiJoo for defen
dants. Tbi was the third trial cf this case, the
second in a verdict for tbe plaintiffs and tbe third in
a verdict for the defendants. Tried by a mixed jury
tbe trial occupying 2 days', and tbe plaintiffs noted
Before the full Court.
Jaa. I. Dowsett vs. G. Brown "and G. W. Maefar
lane. Motion in arrest uf judgment. This em me
before tbe full Court by eonaeot f the parties. Mo
tion argued and submitted and eventually overruled.
Ah Nit (pake) vs. Reheka w. Divorce. Motion
for decree absolute motion granted. W. C. Jones
Tbe King vs. Kumukahl. Embezzlement. On
motion of tbe Atterney General this ease was con
tinued until the July Term. - -
Kaulahea vs. KiouU. Appeal. Continued by
eonsent of parties.
CAliforuia Furniture Manufacturing Company vs.
C. E. William j. Asiuupsit. Judgment by eonfei
sion for $313.50 and costs. W. R. Castle for plain
tiffs. Tbe new Rules of the Court were promnlgamated
this day. Tbe Court adjourneJ sine die.
Cases n sard ox apreab before thb Hov. F. S.
LrxAx, Circl'it Jcdoe 3rd Judicial Circuit
March SSth to April 2nd.
Rex vs. Kailikl k. Illicit Interourse, Nolle) p.os ;
Same va. Kahoeha w. Illicit Intercourse Nolies
Rex ts. George Timoteo. Assault and battery,
In re Kahaulikaa k. Fined $1 for contempt of
Rex ts Kikaua k. IMmU Interourse, discharge 1.
Same va. Mele w. Illicit Intercourse, discharged.
Rex vs. Pakak. Adultery. Fined $10 and cost
Rex vs. Kalkuaan k. Assault and battery.
Fined $10 and costs $7.20.
Rex vs. Kuik. Larceny 4th decree. Sentenced
to I months imprisonment at hard labor and costs.
Apj-eal taken to Circuit Court.
Nawal vs. Keuki Tiiuoteo. Aetlon of damages
$109. JuJgment for the defendant, with oosta $17.65.
C. Meioecke vs. D. Bipl. Assunipait suit to re
eeive $20. tO. Judgment for plaintiff for $10.10 with
IS months Interest aud $3.75 coats.
Haupu vs. J. Nott A Co. Action for damages. Ap
Kuumi vs. Kaiwinui. Assumpsit suit to recorer
$10. Judgment for plaintiff $10 costs 11.35.
Kaitibakio va. Paloa. Assumpsit to recorer
$200. Submitted to 3 arbitrators, by agreement.
J. Nott 'A Co. vs. Kanabele k. Deserting contract
service. Judgment for tbe defendant. Appeal taken
to tbe Supreme Court in Banco.
W. K. Moi vs. J. K. Kahuila. Assumpsit to re
corer $3. Judgment by defautt with costs $0.40.
Estate of Maria Ii Brown deceased intestate. Pe
tition for administrator L. Severance, Sheriff. Ap
pointed administrator unJer his official bond, order
ed 'to file Inventory of property within 30 days.
Estate of Win. C. Brown, deceased intestate. J.
Worth, who was formerly appointed administrator
represents that there ia no property to be found, ao
resigns his trust.
Estate of John M; Pohano deceased intestate. The
sale of the home lot ia HUo, for $325 approved.
Estate of Xaohe k. of Kahuku, Kau, deceased.
Petition fer administration withdrawn.
Estate' of Kapula V. deceased. Petition for admi
EjUU of Welahu uf Waifthiou. deceased. Petition'
ofsdaiioTstrAtioa for discharge. Accounts passed,
estate closed, administrator ordered to be discharged
on filing receipt of heirs and paying eosti.
Interview with Secretary Erarti to-day. Tho com
mission will leave forNe Orleans on Monday.
New York. April I. Nine vessels of tha Long
Island fishing fleet, which left, for the banks last
November, are now so long overdea that itia believed
they vera Inst In tha recent gales with all on board,
namberiag 95 men. Tbe vessels were valoed at
Oskey Hall has turned np In England, having tak
tnpefsage on the freight ship Victoria. Jle I sup
posed to have absconded un account of tbe Tweed
The Economist says : Tbe limit below which' Ger
many will not sell silver at London for the present
is 55 pence.
London, Marsh 29. A Bucharest telegram states
that tbe Turkish Minister of War has ordered the
immediate mobilisation of tbs Territorial Army of
the Vilaret of tbe Danube. It aumber Aout 25.000.
Berlin, March 2tf. It is understood that Risrairck,
at tbe interview with fgattieff, engaged5 to support
Russia fresh proposal It i probable that Eng
land, France and Italy, will shortly return their
special envoys provMoaally. Austria ha intimated
her Intention of doing tbe ame.
Pera, March 29. A feeling of buoy ante and hope
it entertained of the preservation of peocr, in eon se
quence of favorable nes from the various European
Constantinople. March 29. The Porte has ordered
the troops to evacuate tbe island of the Drina and
some positions opposite Novi-Ratar and Selnltza.
This will complete the evacuation of tbe' disputed
Vienna, March 29. The Prince of Montenegro has
promised the Bosnian insurgents that he1 will take
tbs leadership of the iusurrcctioo In Bosniay or at
least aid tbe insurgents.
London, March 20 A special from Berlin fo She
Time ha tbe following : By an order of tbe Russian
Government, all locomotive and rolling stock pur
chased by tbe Russian railways must henceforth be
manufactured In Russia, This Is another heavy
blow to German industry. To enable tbe railways
to obtain locomotive and carriage in Russia, tbe
Government will allow mate Ha to be imported duty
free, end will pAy premiums and subsidies to Russian
manufacturer. The decree, which will be prom u I
gated In a few days, seem at resent applicable
to new companies only, but is to be gradually ex
tended to mil existing companies as tbe home manu
facturers develop thair works and can supply the de
mand, London, March 25). L. A. Yard, Minister of
Gr?at Britain at Madrid, has been appointed Embas
sador at Constantinople during tbe absence of Elliott.
Rome, March 29. Tbe Pope has completely re
covered, and to day received largo number of Italian
aud foreign visitors.
Ceylon advice saj by the end of March 25.000
Uborora wilt be paid off from the coffee estate, and
In a month or two there wilt be some 60,000 to pro
vide for. Meantime, gangs ofttarviog men, women
aod children are coming over from India.
London, March. The amount of bullion withdrawn
from the Bank of England oa balance to-day was
Pari. March 31. It I stated the Bank or France
has aJranced $l00,0i)i).00d to Russia to enable that
government to redeem its debt Interest due In April.
LooJou, March 31. It is officially announced tho
protocol has been signed.
London, March 31. The Times correspondent
saisthe protocol, in its Goal form, is a sort of
solemn call upon Tut key, recommending all known
reforms which are specified. There is no question of
Turkey signing it. Tho same correspondent saya
nu'sia express readiness to treat directly with tbo
Porte relative to disarmament, and for this purpose
to receive a special commission from Turkey in St.
Petersburg, thus removing the objection Russia had
to allowing tbe power aoy right of Interference In
A FIUST.CI.kSS TANXKIt AD CUKItlRR.
f. who can rind emplormant at the Puuloa Ksneh
Co'aTuuuery at WAimea, Kuwait For information apply
to Frauds spencer. Manager imuloa Sheep lUnch lo .
Watmea, Hawaii; or to Lone ban tt Co.. Honolulu. 633 tf
lTItIa MY A US ritOMTHIK KINO-
POM. tnv Wife. MARY ANN Mcf.PAJt. and HU.
HLCKT GRAY will act for me under full Power or Attor-
UEO. C McLKAN.
Honolulu. April 3d, 13,7. 633 4t
Dissolution of Partnership
TMIK 'O.IABTSF.R.SIIIl 1UTIIKKTO
tetnr tvlwtfn tli. amltralxito-d, bM tlrf tlMf Wvn
dlenolrvd br si.toml consent. u, WK3T,
a a cole it ax.
Honolulu, 31 April. 1S77.
Ix roxsKcriojf with this abovb as
nooueemrat, tue uivltnljcofd wooll mpertfull pt.
imiIcv th.t they h( foriTinl . C(j-Ir)nf rhi"l, wl th.1
King trt nRl pUn..l.. antler tbe drni nmmeor West
tUurter All UubUIUe. el WM l-olcmul .HI b. as
sumetl br tbe new flrra.
llonoliila, ArrO --M. 1SH.
IUIII I.l) T.IUK THIS OITOItTI'XITY or
tbuiklnp the jmbUc k-eruUj br the liberal pjtrowne
hitherto bentowed upoit iue,.n4 In conneetlon with my
new firm, wouM bee. coullnaiuic. orth- kawe.
0 J. T. CHAYTKIl.
Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
rflltC CU.PART.VEBMIII' lHJlETdFOltr.
M. exKtlnjc unUer lle Arm nuce of Jouei A ItKnanUon
ts UiU iIat dlMOlred by mutusl consent.
1. W. IX JONKS,
U 1- 1UCHA1UBON
K.huko lUnch. Kin, Mirrh -I, IS;?.
Knliutn RAiirh. Kan. MArch :i, 1T7.
The UndenlytieJ hrinf purchuetl Ibe lmereet 'f Mr.
(.'. tl. Itlchartl-HMi, lu tue buslueu herrtofbre couuueud
omler tbe hrm nAine of Jour A Hlchanlxon, .MUnie. ll
IhellalullUvNoruou .lit collect All Ac-uunUdue lit Ul.
flrnu 3S Imj u. W. C JONKx.
Tut: n.Nnr.iisid.NKip hatk voiimko a
( l'nrtnersblp, to commence (root Uit llr.1 day of
ApiU. IS", Ibrthe purposu ofcnrrliiton IheOrocerrAutI
I'rovltiou ItiulnvnA, under the firm And liAiue of IT lit A
UU4I1. KllH AKIJ It. K1UKL,
A. W. 111IU
Honolulu, April U, 1ST7, e
Tur. i'ai!txi:ilhiiip HEnrToronr. ex.
IkUiic between the Ule ChrUb'Plter II. Lewers AQd
Joshua U. lIclilou, under ttie llrin nimo of Lewers dt
Itlcvmn.lt thUdsy disdeetl by llmltAtlwU.
Johustl. Dickson .Ul settle oil tile liabilities ol thebue
firm, and Alt persons Indebted lo the flrul will plee mAke
pjymeut to hun.
U IL HIS 1 1 01 I Execntorsnf theWlllof
U. O rARKK. f u It. Lewers, deceAAed.
josiim ci. ukksoji.
Honolulu. March 11, Is:?. US It
Tun: i'NIi:u.su;.f.i iiavr iorhcd a
. co-partnership to commence, on tbe 1st day of A prll,
1S7, for the purpn.se of carrying on tbe I umber and build.
Iiie laterlal UusUiess, under the firm name of Lewera
Diet son. J WIIUA a. DICKSON',
CIlAltUU V. COOKE.
Honolulu, March 31, 1S77. 63J tl
rniiK i;xiRiwiti.Nti iierf.by ciivrn
m. ISotlce that the uarinership formerly czbtlns; under
the firm muio of aKO A AWii. liaving eiplred lu July
last, and Alt the itt-bfs of tbe Ann havtua been paid, and
all afcouiit rttlel. he lias no further connection w Ith tbe
tmsmetw now conducted by Aku In Kuhanalli, bToaut,
A kan. A WO.
Kahaluu, March SO, 1877. tS U
T.T. IKnSOS HAVING AVCOVXTN
against nit an hereby notiflfst to pievnE Uiem at
nee. and all m-non Indebted to me are n-queted to
make ImiiicaJliitc payment, as I aiu about lentlne tbo
Kingdom. GW :tj a 3. CUMMINiid.
TIIi:iTNDFUSIUVFI TO INFO TIM
tnectiaeoiof ltunotulu aud the public generally
that he bM moved to the aw ahop ou Merchant
btrvet, next to Dr. ItotTmaun's DracMare, where
he will trlvc siMrtal attention to alt kluda of WaUIk-a.
Oocfc.and Jewrtry Hf pairing. KiiCTavinga. All p.ick
nxes from tbe other Ulands addressed to blm, eontainlitc
artlclt-a for reps4a,wlll receive prompt alteiukm. Urdera
aolicltcl for alt Rriulu of Watchi-a of Amertcn iiianafsAC
ture. SAtlsfMtlon guAranteed hi every reapect.
630 3m I. WILMIX CLAltK.
ASjk THE HOr.HU AXU aWKRHISUH OX
Q Nuuanu AVrnne. at tce-ent occeplrd by J. It.
"" r ltrr rr. Ternte Iirrl. tor yartlealara.
Ac, Inquire of
134 lm UCNRV WATEK1I0USK.
AVIIX PAY -0 IKBTH COXTkACTED 1ST
my wmt without my wrltleii order.
Honoluln, April 6, IST7. 33 lm
BOOK k STATIOMRY DEPARTMENT.
H. M. WHITNEY,
LATE FOREIGN NEWS !
By the arrival oftlie burkontino J .trio A. Falk
inburg on Monday nionung last, nineteen days
from Portland, we are in receipt of a few
papers of date subsequent to March 2Sth,
which was the lastdate'received by the steam
er. Captain Hubbart will please accept our
thanks for the favor..
Xew York, Mar oh 29. Tbe Herald's4 Washington
special SAys : This evening in the course of coa
vcrsation on the subjeet of tbe Commission to visit
Louisiana, the Secretary of War gave his view to tbe
Herald representative a follows: I think the
Commission very good, and believe It will prove a
very fair one. Oa this account I feel that it will gUs
satisfaction lo the whole country! The gectlemeu
eimpristog it are going down to tee if they cannot
briog aboat, by their good t fSsef on. tbepotwaome
atiafaeUry basis of adjustment or compromise.
lafonaatien'baa' naehed San Pranctseo if the ar
rest io Aeapulcv, Mexico, of Jobs A. Sutter Jr.,
United States Consul. It appears that during the
1aX ebaabetStAt ot Aaairs -AUeajcg tne vsurpatlon
of Diaz, an Amcriean eitisen named Heoty Kastan
raj illtraated io some manner. The Consul": atten-
tics b'ciog; ealkd lo it, be rstisn it rated with" jhe au-
thoriucs and Bnaiiy appeaiea to uenerai iiunnex, ine
GoTeroar of tbe State, U protect Ameriean citizens
and tbelr property. For this effeote Mr. Sutter wai
seixed on March 5th by a file of twenty Mexican sol
dier, actine under tbe order of J .mines, Aad thrown
into prison, where he is still confined. Tbe United
States shin of war Peaaeora.'noW at Panama, in the
Xorth Paeifia squad re a, has been urdared to Aeapol
eo. A letter from the Secretary of tha Xary, Admi
ral Murray, requesting tbe ship' mail to be sent to
that port, has beta received at Nary headquarter.
The Lackawanna sailed for.Maiatlaa at 60 a. m.
yesterday to inquire into tbe forcible seisure of the
Amcriean schooner Montana.
Wheeling (W. Va.) March 29. The Register to
morrow morning will contain a graphic account of tha
murder near Manniugtown in tbat-StAte, night before
last, of an old aad wealthy firmer named Sharkey,
lie was surprised at hi re alienee by three men who
that bint to death la the presence of his' wife, whom
tbey silenced wiuohreat aod tfcen robbed the boose.
The fa or then took to the woods, where it Is "opposed
that tbey.bad jeeali their bona, aad mad their
escape, A large posse ol men nave start in pur
suit. Washington, March 31. As tbe result of ths esbi
net deliberations to-day. It baa been decided to with
draw tbe troops from tha Stat House at Colombia,
bat keep tbem ia the Stat. A letter to that effect
nasbeeo a i J rested to Hampton aad a duplicate to
Washington, March 31. Judge Lawrence and Qen
era! II aw ley, of the Louisiana commission. Lad aa
Old Honolulu Hale Building, Merchant St.,
(ADJOINING TIIE POST OFFICE,)
Importer ixiitl Doaler in.
And every nrticle of utility and fancy connected with the line, adipted to the Counting
Houso and Olice, and to ArtisU, Teichers, Professional Gentlemen,
Travelers, etc., on as reasonable terms as can be had
hero 'or in San Francisco, among which are
tho following Staple Goods:
My i:. AD.UIH.
REGULAR CASH SALE I
Bngli-h and Tnneh Letter Pap", satin sarfaeo aod
extra fine, plain and gilt edrei
Ta. Billet and Nt do. da. do., in boxes.
D). letter and Note Envelopes, to match ths abore
Mourntnr Paper and Envelopes, an assortment con
stantly on hnd
American Cap, Letter, and Note Papers, from tho
beat maVer. if almost ererv description
Enamelled snrfaAa and pearl surface Card
Embossed and Friendship Card
Perforated Tlnards. fr CheneHe work aod Mottoes
Tine and Fanev-eolcr.I Papers
Mnroce and En.Hitd, and OMd and Silver Papers
Ttet Lnntion Quills and Qnill Pens
1.00 Oro of Sleet Pens, from the belt maktri
Enclih Red and Colored Wafers, and Seals
Entln Pealire Wax. red and fancy
Kidder and PayanVs Indelible Ink
Glass Pen, for marklne with Tnlian ink
Blue. Black and Had Writing Inks, aod Carmine
Therran ratters, Toth-plcks
Map nf nwaiin Tsland. Chart
Portable Writing TtV, from 12 32 inches. Ma
boganr and Rtsewood, adapted for ladies' and
ehnril BAAk. of all kinds In general use
Family and PvVet Bible. Testaments, ete.
Teachers new Reference Bible", Prarer B-oks
5,00(1 Standard Enelish and American Books
Peper eover B-oks, Song and Mosie Boftk
English and American Juvenile and Toy Booki.'of
Best Drawing Pepr, all six, front demy to JsoW
elephant, aed In mil of 3a and 4ft vardi
BristAl Boardf..of every slia and thleknesi
Fern. Board and Mounting Board
Choice Chrnm'os of American and European Scenery,
framed or enframed
Fterseope and SteresMpe View 1
All tbe It to Plan Mii Songs, and S'wig Bookr
Traetag Papers and Tracing Cambric, In rolls
Kewmaa's Water OIr. In hex
Beat Sabl and CAmeP ITa1r Brush
Fabcr superior Drawing Pencils, In boxes
Colored Pencilt Creta, levls di , Copying do.
Mathematical or Draviog Tnitrumsots, In eases,
from $1 t Sit aach
Chess Men, wood and irery
BaekgammoD aad Chess Boards
Intellectual Card Games, Playing Cards
Dominoes, of various pattern
Gold and Silver Pencil Case
Gold Pens, with Gold Case
Gold Pent, with Fllrer Cases and Diamond Points,
from $1.S0 to 13.50 each
Steel Penkolve. 1 to 4 blades, of pearl, shell. Ivory,
buck and buffalo baadl. of rich and bsavttfal
patterns. Imported expressly to order
Porcelain Slate and Drawing Slate
Photograph Albums, card aad cabinet lissi, tn great
variety, from SI to J70.
All New Articles of Fancy Stationery Received by the
earliest arrivals from London and New York.
ACXXHJNT BOOKS FOR BANKS, PLANTATIONS. INCORPORATED COMPANIES,
Etc., MADE TO ORDER WITH DESPATCH.
PRINTING- of Bill Heads, Circulars, Cards, Etc., Etc.,
EXECUTED WITH DESPATCH AT LOWEST SATES.
New Stock Received y every Steamer.
Iory Tablets, Paper Cutters, etc.
Cash and Deed Boxes. Cheek Cutters aai Cancellers
Croquet Sets, School Satchels
Inkitands, In great variety
Klastlo Baodi and Rings. Alphabet Rooks
Pen Wiper and Racks, Rulers
School Slates and SlUe Pencils
All kind of Tin good aad Cash Boxes
Psst'offiee and Envelope Tin Racks
Children's Sets Teoplns
Children' Drawing Cards and Toy, in great variety
Copying Presses, Oil Sbeets'and Brashes
Crayons, white and colored
Desk Folios, Pads aad Weights
White and Colored Blotting Papers
Drawing. Draft. Koto, Order and Receipt Books
2J0,-fti) Envelopes, of alt aiiaa and variety, from No.
1 to Id.
Eyelet and Eyelet Machines
Herbarium and Srap Books
Autograph Albums, of all sixes aad prices
Initial Paper and En r elope
A large and more complete assortmsot than can te
found at any other establishment, sneb as
Memorandum Books, Postage Stamp Albums
Pocket Book, Wallet and Portmonalea
Traveling Desks, Reticules
Bankers' Wallets, folio and eap alxsa
Ladies and U cat's Portfolios, ele., ata.
Colored Morocco Sklos
Sheep Skins, .Morocco Cloth, ete.
A very foil aod extensive assortment of superior
qaaiiif eomprtiing ererj variety oi form ana style,
adapUd to all kinds of business, namely i
Ledgers. Journals, Day Book's, Cash Books, Salt
Bosks, Waata Bnoki, Io voice Booka.Nots Books,
Not and Bill Books. Letur Books, ete., etc.
Writing Book, of all the tarbus ruling, long and
broad. quarto form
Qsarto Account Books
Blank Drawing Books
Allans s, great variety of slcgant atylea
Fie a Record Beoka. for Seeietfet , Clots, etc.
Workmen's Tim Books, Weekly aod Monthly,
looludingStereaeopea of Hawaiian, American, Eng
lish and Earopcaa Scsaery, cabinet and full six
Photographs of public men and noted places.
My collection 'of Phots-graph Pic tars a will
always b found worth Inspecting.
In great variety, from eablaet its 4x1 lashes to
beary gilt 6-beb moulding, fetlargest six pictures.
Rustic and GUt-Qral Frame , of all sixes and pries.
ON FEIDAT, : : : ; APRIL 27th.
r a - - - - .
At tintr-pAt A .31., at JtaIerMim.
ASST- OF NEW GOODS
Fin Prints, Muslins, Lloen Pnlls,
Brown Cottons, Whit Couons, Merino,
Victoria Lawn. Silk Handkerchief.
Hemmed Linen Raedkcrehlcfsa
Harvard Shirts. Fancy Flannel Orershirts,
Turkish Towels Tor Datblas;, t
lttinksM. Whils Shirts, AuiosVeac Dsolms,
Amnsksas Stripsi, Cotton Drill, BrilltAntj.
Merino sod Cotton Undershirts.
Fe't And Strasr Hsu. Lati' Hole.
Men's Socks. Bridles and Bits,
i:io., Ele., Ete.
3 roeeriesi, Scc.f
Tesst Powder, EarJioes. Wrappinc Taper,
Soda CrAeksrt, Clothes Pins. IlAiai,
Bseon, Csndles. Pickles, Tobacco,
Clgsrs, Flos Tsa, Ojttsrs,
Sslt, Pea Nut Oil,
Wash Bins, Pain Killer,
E. 1. ADIMH, Anrfr.
n. o io-l Estate !
IN KOXA, HAWAII.
ON THURSDAY, - - MAY 10th,
AT 12 OTLOCfat NOON,
Tbe uotleiTUrnSwt will sell at Public Auction, at Ms PaI
Itoom, In ttouoiulu, by onler of W". L. tlr. AJoiiUm
tor of the Eatat of DaaWl Montfomerr, late of KaiIiu.
Kvna, Hawaii, oitu Attorney rr Jane -Jo(a. we neirta
the property, the iWnt, tittV ainl IntercAt of the aaiJ
DanWt SlOntaouierT, aid th auU hefr, lu
ALL THAT PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND
Htlualrd In the.elHace of KaUua. Koua. Ilawall.
IsTuotrn an ilio Autlrerx l'reiulc,
Couulolnx 1 11.100 Acrea,
With nil the Buildings and Improvements thereon
AndwlilclieumnrUMAnod DWELLINQ IIOISK A.NU
bTOHK, which were recntlr lessM lo and oreupled by
il. . urevnweii, tjv , at tne rent or f:w per annum.
ALSO, ALL THAT PIECE OR PARCEL OF LARD !
Calleil llleilaloll 3.
"At Kona, Hawaii. sltoAted aoout : miles from KaHna.
Just aooe t&. CsuTernmeut road. And mtstnlullisr 3H
Ams more or less, as more particuiari' uescritMni in
llirsl 1'alent 9M wltb the tWE(.USU.IIOUK and .11
lmprt.Teol.iits thereon. For further particulars spvlj to
Mr. W. L. UUEILV, or lo
. r. ADAMS. Auctioneer.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE!
Ou Kin Street.
T Order of M. Pico, JUn., Ei ecu tor or IW Eaule of
Autoue Manuel, deceased.
ON SATURDAY, - - 3TAY 26th,
At IS o'clocte noon, on ttie pretf-taea. King street.
All that Certain Piece or ParutAnf Land
Oia ICIiitr Nlrect. ueisr Ut nttiistkesi.
And recently occupied by An tone Muiiuet, daceaeil, H,a
Store and Two Story Dwelling House,
Boili upon Ui& V remises.
TLe title to tbw- proparty U prrfcvt, and the atand ti an
UbiuuAlly good one for in retull trad. I Ian of the prop
erly can rw su ny appuaiuon to M. nre, u , or A. J.
Cart etrrU nt, l"t- A porUou of the porctuae woaey csui
rviuAln on niorttjAge.
K. 1. AUAM5, Auctioneer.
Mortgagoo's Salo of
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE!
lis Wallnku, lAlsaUtl if yisattl.
THE PROPERTY KflOWH AS GOOD TEMPLARS HALL
F" l'H.Sl'A.TTO A PUWEIt OP MALE COY
tatned In a cvrtalu mortsiaee deed, dated the 21st Uat
of March, 1ST3, made by tbe torporatlon knon aa tbo
-soiani LXKice t. , inaepvnaeut uruer or liocxi rrni
plan eiHtliicat Wallulto. tn tbe lataod of Maui, to Hub
ert Lore, Ami ri-corded tn the OOlce of tbe Itegiatrar of
Ie4 la Honolulu, lu Uber 37. ou paxes HZ, 84 and SI,
atid fur a breach of- tb coodiatM In the aald deed I will
causo to be sold br Public Auciluo.br II. V Lmu.IvIa.ou
tbo premlatrA. at t.Alluau, In the IalAhd of Maul, ou fMtur
da, thersth day of April. 11X7, at noon, a certain plewe of
ianU aittute lu aOluku iuoeAld. and boiaJa-q aa fMIlows;
Tuiu tneawotnwMteortseror tQa.W prvnitA skljuluhtc
thetXturt House Wt, run north 8t stajii . cbalne aJama;
tbe sold tot. llifiice narlb HJ weat ."0 claatus akxiat tbe
Walluku Flaiiutlofti thence auth I!Mwr. chains
along tbe Church lot. thence south eaat H cbAhia
Aioni: tbe Wa-kapu road to the atartlns point, tncludlog Aa
area of one acre, together with
The Large and Substantial Building
Erected thereon, known as tbe Good Templars' Hall.
By We Attorney OWAUU PKESTfJN
Dated tbls 9th day of April, 1977. CJ it
Mf C. M. HAKTUVs.
1 Id. C'llEDITOItH IIAVI.Nt; CI.AIMH
1. asaloattb haiate of Hla late lllghnem C1IAHLICM
KA'AINA,drceAa'l, InteetAte, wbetber aucb ctalma bo
ccured by ntortaaa; on rI eatata or not arm nrby re.
quested to prevent tbo aame, duly au then tlca ted and with
tbe proper voucbera. to that UsWt-rmlaTued at I be MArabAl'a
office At AlilulAol lla, llonolula, wltnout delay, Aud are
hereby notllled that If auch claims be not u pretw-nted
within aix montbs from tbe Ural publication rf tltU notice,
or wlibln alx moo lb a from the day tbey fall -due, tbey
abail bo forever barred, and tb administrator or U aold
eaUUa abAll not be authorized to pay tbetu. Aad all per
onslndetted to aald oUi are hereby reo,oeted to pay
tbe tame Immediately to tbe node rile a ad.
W. (J. 1'ARKE.
Administrator or tb Estate of IL II. C KanaJnA, deca-aused.
Hoooluln. Aprtl o. 1177. 33 it
06181 REVl feTATfe
ON SATURDAY, : : MAY 12ti,
w . "A v 1 U ' .
Al 13 o'clock Woosv, at Skde. Ill wi.
WILL SELL AT POHLIO JtUCTIOX.
Two Cottages, situated e t5e Sr.,
And tt present ocenpied hj Mr. KsrusnL Esh
Cottsro contain, tour rooms. On Ih. premise, am
a Kltehen. Balb Knom, .te. BelorElai; to la.
premises, and fronllas oa tbe Stmt, is
Tton wMc I dctlred a renlsl ol ei-Uj-faar 4
Urs, a year, and contlaaalir nled; ran V. Ics.eit
tor lerai of years to a jouj tcnanL Seloncin- tn
the Store la a slcepUc rooaa sad 111 c he a atlabel;
alfor which la AcpAratrd from the Cottsee. by.
leace. The location la ptcasAnt, sotn-emred by
Sue carden, which Is pbntnl wltSl CMaa &m.
aud other ptanla lately imported.
13T Tllle, Feo Simple Deeds atlhe eiasma. oi
C S. BAltTOsT. A W
ON WEDNESDAY, - - MAY 2d.
At o'clock: A. X. iWs. JtosjuKjaa a. au r
A'FINE' LINE OF DRY GOODS
ISundrlea, 4eM Jtc
C. S. BARTOW, AKtr.
One Half-Grand PIAJSQ FORTH.
One New Ox Cart. AvJNto-
a & n.irrow.
Notice to Tcnanta oX tha Estate
His Lato Majesty tunalila.
HaTi.o nt:nx Aproi.iTr.n nr the
Jodxe Af the Soprean Court, aa Trwatete mt tW
Itvai Katateor HWtate Majraly lMafita, auaUrr law p
sMonaof hH laswllL we IWrrby saotiry ail ttmau sua!
leant of any tortloaa of (aa aaJd real mat, Awl all Ave
one bJJ Uif or wbw tnay barraUr b4d aef&iWt aanwrye
on account uX aaal doe ttpnaa iba aaae. ta aomtatat Sa aA
for all reata aftso aodsiiwlDC frnm tawea Urtrm jsmmt &
sSawai the 13th day f MaJTh. 1S77. tb atay U the aVatta of
Ids UWltoyat Jlkcboa-aa ajiMrtea KaaaIaa. aa attU aai ar
tboaat that may beraafter aorrw.
We Abu ito fnxtsr notice that was one U r U2 Waara.
po weird tACwIWrt tberenta mt tbe Savld rw a-a&aie. mt Sa
rr-prrMtH ata La tbatAAaKciiaenl of tbe aajatewlJvanaar
rHaall w4k baUt teaaeaj oi ay prtiua r ta
mid iaAl aralASe to aaalauU U aavme la m aAltlwaast tteUy.
wlu. Uulr AppUcathjiie br rn aL
niswix o. itAUi.
Tl-estave unJer tbe Will tf UU Ute MaJy I waaiSnaa,
UeaioJaSAvtkUreli, 1-77, U4 3
Real Estate for Sale, ut lease.
it ua 1: axohx ai.u
Jjxutetl in different pais of lie City
eth (knibss, Ous-htAuea. And eeerf eunt eoAwsoe. aimI as
PrfVcl n2er. ICnqptf . of
llL'COiSTASUtUCWALO. B. IX
Importoca and Dealers in
TIIK r.VIi;itSINKI IIAVIXfJ HKK.V (
puintal AdndnaatrAtor of tb iUtata of E. Sllkaletnl,
latqof Kapsdama. Ilonolaiii. Oaba, elvee do lice toallper
aoua Indebted to aald M!kAlcol, dxAA-d. to pty tbe
saaie to the undersigned ; And all persona bavin; any
claims, wbetber aa-cured by mortOK or otberwave, on
aatdeaUle, to preaent tbe same wltblo six saoatba from
tbls dat or tbey wUI be tVrever bairred.
L. WIUX3X, Admmtatrator,
Honolulu, April 3d. 1S7T. f3 41
tue ij.ut:itMiuNt:i uiu.
sell at PuhUC Attctlna. oa Tuesdar, Ala
sin. ibi, as tz evcjocK noon, trosa in.
Cattle 1'en at Lauhulu, WaUIua,
All the Cattle and Horses
Beloncloc to tho Esuts of Abal (Chlnsmsn). dsceaaed.
11. O. CR.VUUE.
AdmlnlstrAtor of tho Esut. of AhU, deceAsed.
llonolula, AprU HO. 1117. tn U
Great Sale of Cattle,
NUtTAXU DAlBTi-OI THl'BIDAT,
April z, will be sold.
Urge Lot Cattle, Cart Horses, Milk Carts
M If J0U5 TAVABRf.
Sesnlar Line of Packets from Glasgow
TUE FINE SEW A 1 CUPPEUBIUP
Country Merchants and Dealers mill find it for their interest to call and
examine my. Slock before purchasing elsewhere. tST M orders vritt be filled wth
promptness and despatch.
KsUhnnli," 030 Tens BCK(cr,
WAS TO LEATn UI.AKClUsT Ol THE lOUl
ultltt). fvr Ilooolnhi, wish ta nsnal sopptles of
Dry Goods. Hardware, Liquors. Coal,
IRON, MACHJITERY, Etc.. Etc
partlcnlara of which will be cireo ta a fostaa adertle-
suent. nne wuj be aoe io jaive next. A Bulbar fia bip
wlllb plACd oa tbe brtbboat July aunt next,
and tb - Kaabaoa: U kxzxI1 to be readr to lave GIa.
tow a;asi La JAaaary, 1I7S. Kretcbt aaXen at tt oaoa!
ratca. tor iorur pArncotar apply to
OlitiUV, M AXFA RLAS K 4t f-. As;atA.
X B Tb Aeteota ol tb tin La Olaaeow are Ueaara.
Geo. Gray ifacfatlAue Ca, Ysctortm 4 Wemt
lucent Atreet. (31 Zt
iWWest ScanIIiujr, Ilsartls !
Tongusd X arootsd.SnrrAeaal.
Planks,- Battens, Pickets.!
U In. x 4, 111, and U. bx.
Seaolllm. Boardi. Plsolr,
BaUoiu IU. 1x4. U2a1. Acd UiJ
Pieksls ltoujh aad F.aej,
Surfaced Boards and Plaalc. T.$ U 3 law
ToacAsJ and Otoaaakl
TIMBER FOR SHIP USE
3l U l(il(;
Clear NorvWe8t.ffPJantei? Use
EASTESH "WHITE PISE,
California and EasteraDows, all sizes
SA3II, all siul BLCTD, .3 ilss "
WHITE LEAD and XlNC 1
vaj.xt on, .t uuu. raix-r chcaj.
Patty and Varnaih,
0 lass, 5e. Jxl aa4J.
Wall Paper and Border
Iron aad TiaosJ Taail,
Paiat and 'VTailewaih 2 raises.
METALLIC AND FIRE-PSOOf PAH
(1 Jor PUaUUon or say Other I'm.
, EaUjiad Blaiw,
t - ".' w
Hsols aai Xjsr, if.
Salt in Quantities to Suit.
IIIUU,JSe,ctav ssd sttee yrf.mTn
VkKCar of worbi-wU caMrUr. TUArl Water. lAresdsa?
Water, rwrld. Waim, Em Ctoaofaw. Una. Jsdsw s
Cllrccrio. for tb. tlsir. uliwtfaM, llsssj TI.iwiis aadt
OWer soaps. Violet asj Blew rwansAev usstpsass SW
theTeetn, JU. SA, rlrand. Its. stesject Uw, st 2s.
CornhUt, London. hr aa rrrfnsn. ra aiwl fa. sskM.
Keslstersd trAd. aaarx a. aeraidrle roea.