3. W. hwn EKllre. Aetlnc VToe Comal for Rowialn
aalaaanc4om.iaa rata fir l1-" notf of rJs rf-
tarn to lUs Kuam. And that lie baa this day reword
taw- ebart W.W Tlwi Vkc Cowsalate.
HEXKY A. P. CARTE.
Xlnaoer of Forrtco Affairs.
DvutlMot rrarrtca Affslra, Ilooolola, Max Htb, 1877.
JCorscx W tanbr rt tnat from and aftar Jlajr
lK7,thmlbmJiBaffaotafidCKMitrolof ib IXaleakala
Bon'JIanaocKdiaol at lhbwu,oii ib.IalanoorMaiil,
win fc. uw by Mr. r. L. Clarke, to. prnwiit priori
mi, JmQ cosUaocU aa private .marprls. aod fbe
Bard of Edoeatum "U not be respooalble for any debu
cr churn atalnst tbe seboci. Incurred after tb, datt abort
named. By order of Ibe hoard of Bdoeatlon,
w. j as. sumr. wr.
Amount naie. May I,ir7.
Mr. Tbnmaa F. Mollis bu been doly appointed Stood
rtapemsor of Ibe XXatrk-t of IlaroaVua, Island or NawaO,
la place of liuo. G. W. D. IlAlMaaDn, ilmtH
XMertorOrare.ataylst.IS77 Minister of Ibe Interior.
Amapwflli borlox been mode, by HI Majesty!
Oo-mo! ntwnl la baojo, ror tbe reciatralloo of Hawaii,
aa VeaarWooder tbe International feiffnal Code aystem;
aB wwers of Hawaiian Veaaels deslrinc to arall them
reeB ofnbla advantage, are requested tncoainanlrate
witbtbenaden&oed. W. F. ILLKN.
May 1st. 1(77. at Collector General of Costonis.
Mr. OecS Crown baa beeo duly appointed a member of
tbe Baard of Appralaeri of lands suttjeet to eummatatlou
..tbe Island of Oabu.
Tb. Board now consists of the following gentlemen:
latertor Offlee, May IK, 1177.
J. MOTT SMITTT,
Minister of Ue Interior.
Lease of Governraent Lands at Anctioa.
On eataraay, tbe 25rd day of June next, at 12 o'clock,
noon, at tne front entrance of AWolanl Hale, wflt be sold
at pablie auction, to tbe blf beat bidder, tbe lease of tbe
land of.II.MaaJ., district of ICona, IlawaS containins
aboot on tboosaod acres for the term of fifteen USjyear,'
Cpaet rental, twenty dollars per annum.
Also, at tbe name tune and place win be aold at public
anniutt. to tbe bicbeat bidder, the remnant of tbe Govern,
xneallaad ailaale tn lialne, laiand of Molokiai. known aa
lanXuauaL, oootalnlus 67 1J& acrea more or Jess.
Interior OElee, Nay 1st. 1S77. Slinkier or the Interior.
List of Licenses Expiring May,
1 Anon & Aria, renter -Alafcea and Merchant fett, lion.
I Sb umi, Alarlneatreet, fioooinlu.
1 Fat Tee, tlMia, EoolaupoLo.
IS lira. M. U Fuaier, Fort street; Honolulu.
17 Jaa. A. Uonper, Fort street, llonolaln.
ZL Afa llnna. h smsnarmi, Waialua.
ST IsracZJFlaber, comer JClnr and HUTis sta, Honolulu.
It ftisi. Kylra, vrauukn.
Tf Cbaa. .jIt. Wail d t u,
31 W. It. Brown. labalna.
t I kal. B opnloa. gona Atean.
li C n. Wetmore, HUo.
o-Apa At Ahdoon, Kabalna, Eona Akan.
IZ CLanc lal, Valmea.
SS Anlmi, 2iaaQlwlB.
S . V. Artsmi, Qneen street, Honolulu.
11 Ab KoU JSoaaoii street. Honolulu.
Z- Ab hee. rub Uarkt. llouolulu.
lt-I. II. TTask. VTalbee, Maul.
aAkela, anuks, MauL
S OS. Bartow, nonrJoTn.
If Abl At On. Xakawao, MauL
la Jot I17IT1. Ubne, Canal.
IS Oan LaTeS, KawOlwiU, KauaL
1-Mrs. Maria taahsl. Xos. Zi, ZX.
xaloio. 3o.J0. 11 Kapmela, o. 31
17 Taarauela. IT Moke.
S W. -UpeU, IS. M Makaaboa,
a nr. r. wood, xi.
1 lona XUcbardaon, Tahsloa. MauL
Cla TCabaiArlua, Lahslna. MauL
1C Henry Komokn. So. t. Honolulu.
S W. T. Conway, 11 Uo, lUwaO.
11 m II Anna.
Cnvrt. lirurI nt xltc Circuit Conrl
or tsi: TniETi Jcnicm. Ciucrrr, IIilo, Uawaii,
at the Mat Teem, A. U. 1S7T.
Mr. Joclice ilcCullr presiding, asaHted br Clr
cull JnueLrmtn. llis Zxcelleocj A. a. Barlnell,
AllorncT fjcscru lor toe Lirown,
Hex Tf. KnL Uousebrcakliis. Acqaittcd. Cecil
Zlrow n lor imaoner.
Hex ta, KcL Latcczij. Kollc proscqal entered.
tfecil iirow a lor pnaoner.
Sac n. TValwiiole. Adultery. Cibc continued.
.Eex n. Eaalbne. PcrcUblns liquor to nitlTca.
Awjumcc u. Brown lor prisoner.
UcxTa. Knoka. FarnUMni; llqnor to n&Urcs.
Acclned. C llrown lor priaoner.
Kcx vs. KtncaliiwaBlne w. rcrjorj. Nolle pro
EexTi. Jokopa. Sexnil Intereonrse Willi a girl
under U rcart of ace. Verdict guilty. Sentenced
lo 1 year's imprisonment at bard labor and cos la.
Air. kaiaankAne lor prisoner.
HeiTE. Jotor. Malicious Injury. Verdict rnllty.
Sen ten eel w eck's Imprisonment at bard labor and
coals, air. Kalaanxane lor prisoner.
Eei ts Waian. Fornlshlnc liquor to nitiyea.
Terdict jroilty. Fined $50 and in dcfanlt, S monlbs
iraprisonmcntatuaruubor. t lirowa lor prisoner.
Kcx Ta. Cakanaka. Fornication. ITca of guilty.
Sentenced to paja fine of ta).
Bex ts. A. S. Xicnola. Fnmishins liquor to na
Uru, (drJcndast dead.)
Kex ta. CTaionev Violatinc; opium lav. No ap-
' pearance bona londtea.
Keomakanl T- J. B. HoiL Assumpsit. Jndg-
neat for ptaintia. & Ilrown lor plainun.
KamakaTs. Kna. Ubel for divorce. Decree ab
acinic jrranlcd. C Brawn for libellant.
Hapal Ta. HspaL label for divorce. Decree ab-
Bomte crantec u. tiron a ior uocuauu
- Rniakma vs. FanlnaL Libel for divorce. Con'
tinned till November Term. C Brown for libel
Castkapolei vs. Eabne. libel for divorce- Con-
vuiued till oTcmrjer icrtn.
KasIUni ra. Kapna. Libel (or divorce Con
tinned till November Term.
Tbo. Clark ts. Kino Clark. Libel lor divorce.
Decree absolute rranted. C. Brown lor libellant.
Jobs Bell Ts.Kawaiala. Xlbeliar divorce Decree
absolute craMcd. C Brown far libellant.
T. Moran vs. IV.Maklnl. Crim Coo. Cato dis
caatinncd. C Brown for plainlirT.
Manaole TA.Joe Florea. Action on tbe case.
Jadcmest X tJO for plalniilL A. S. llartwell lor
plainUn C Brown lor defcudant.
Mills Ta. Balemaso. Assumpelt, Continued till
Dr. OUter Ta. Ker. Cbaa. Fanzot. In arbitration.
Award lor dejeodant. C Bron n for plalnUlT, A. S.
fiariwell for defendant.
In re Eaalknablne, District Justice. Hit duties
as judge in criminal cases beinc explained bj Jos
lice McCollJ be was discharged.
iCaaxsixTBX Scrcotc Cockt at Chambtss the
MiJ-ntfc,XAUteorAntone Phillips. Mr.Jaitlce
May lBih. Guardianship of Eapuola et ah Mr.
Mty l?lh, eharraU va. Eharratt et ah Mr.Juitice
,lHyS2ci. Estate of Eamakakoa deceased. Mr.
Jsatice J nod.
Xcllcr from lUlo.
Bus, Msj Srf. 1877.
rrrOxer GAxarnct I take pleasure in iving
yon the aeport of Bark Pacific of New Bedford. C B,
evitbers aaastor. arrived this day 110 days from N.'
B. witn 170 bbls. Eperm, HQ bbli. TTbale, 30 lbi.
Ion. Sperm takes is the Atlantic Ocean, Whale
Q taken orT Capa Tircin eoasrof rataconia. Done
wall aoor to pay far oatt of ship.
X an nol Lopes, seaman, was killed in a boat by a
Sperm VTksle, Spots off Capa Virrin. Bark A. IT.
Farsf worth (formerly the Lspwinr. of New Bedford)
kAd takes 2"Blht Uhales and 30 bbls. Sperm.
Spoke British ship Lancdala of Lirerpool on the
17th of April. 13 days from Saa Franclaeo bound to
Lirerpool. Latitude 3 SO North, Lonfitada 116
' Tbo Faei&a will land h:r Tftale oiVhera. Eperm
til and bene win be shipped on board tha D. C. Mur
lay, which vessel hat jatt arrived 14 days from San
Iraneiaeo loaded deep, a portion of bar cargo to bo
landed here tar Beed 1 Sisson whioh will detain her
probably aata the Sth tasL. prior bar paaiesierl
ajspla tiata to Titit the crater.
Toun very Truly, Brio.
H A. W All AIT GAZETTE
AN ISDErENUEST JOUKNAL,
DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PROGRESS.
rUBLI61IEI) AND EDITED BY
ITENltY M. WHITNEY-.
GEORGE IT. DOLE, Associate Editoh.
WEDSESDAi MAT 1C. 1877.
Oon San Franciaco correspondent states in
1ms letter published tliis morning, that our
new steamer, now being built in that city is
well under way, and will be completed about
July 15th. If she leaves San Francisco by
the first of August, it will be as early as
should lie expected. We understand that Mr.
Wilder goes over in the "City of Sydney" duo
here May 21, to superintend the finishing
touches, and see that there is no unnecessary
delay in her completion. It has not yet trans
pired what she is to be named, but no better
name can be selected than that of Xilauka,
which lias been a roost lucky one, having
tided the old boat over reefs and rocks which
havo wrecked many a less fortmiato craft. If
there be anything in "luck," and most Bailors
think there is let the new boat be named
after the good old pioneer, which will prob
ably bo sold and dismantled when her succes
sor is ready to take her place. But don't
name her after any person, however great or
beloved or worthy he or.shg .may .be. The
good old Kieaeea has earned a world-wide
fame among travelers, let the new steamer
Ocn neighbor continues to regalo the pub
lic with thoso vagaries of a diseased imagina
tion, which would be amusing wero they not
so pitiable, for which it has of late become
famous. In the last issue the unfortunate
writer who has recently " turned up" in this
country, after a short residence in the isthmus
of Darien, docs his feeble best to get up a
"scare" irl regard to tho future independence
of Hawaii nci. Ilia experience of the last
few months has deeply impressed him with
the idea that the " canalization " of the isth
mus of Darien will " completely alter the con
dition of the Pacific," and " the position of the
Hawaiian Islands will then be of the highest
importance," and he announces all in one
breath that it is very possible that England
may " seize" these islands, that the I nited
States may " annex them to the Union," and
that "Russia may make a swoop with her
Pacific fleet," and tako possession of us. The
article starts off with the idea that it in'
" canalization" of the isthmus which will
place us in such dire peril, but, with tho in
stability common to minds' beclouded by
halucinatioii, it soon becomes "the subse
quent course of events" which may "lead to
a general war, in which England and l'ussia
would be brought front to front upon the
battle-field," which fully prepares us "not to
be astonished at all events, to see the Russian
war-vessels in the Pacific seize upon some'
part of these islands, as a harbor of refuge
for their cruisers." Well, improbable events
sometimes occur the insane ravings of mad
men occasionally chance to hit the mark, but
as for Russia teking possession of Hawaii, we
are quite content to rest in the belief that,
while the United States does not wish to an
nex us at present, she would have decided
objections to tho occupation of this country
by Russia or any other power, and we doubt
if cither England or Russia thinks possession
of us sufficiently preferable to our independ
ence, to take a step which in addition to pre
sent European complications, would involve a
war with the United States. We should not,
however, be much surprised if the Padishah
(or Paddyshali) should send a gunboat out to
seize tho islands as soon as he learns of tho
probable early "canalization" of the isthmus
of Darien, in consequence of the favorable re
port mado by the " Exploration Commission,
under the command of our old friend Lieu
tenant Commander Lucien Napoleon Bona
parte Wise, of the French navy, grand-nephew
of Xapoleon tho First, and son of our deceased
fellow-countryman, the late Right Hon. Sir
Thomas Wise, of the manor of St. John'i
Watcrford, Ireland, formerly British Ambas.
sador at the Court of Athens ; the second-in-
command of tho Exploration Commission, be
ing our old Italian friend Captain Bixio,
aid-de-camp of his Italian Majesty, and ne
phew of the late General Bixio," and so on
for half a column more.
The volcano of Kilauca has been unusually-
active of late, and if we may judge from tho
accompanying tidal disturbance, this activity
has been in sympathy with volcanoes in other
parts of the globe. This was tho caso in 1 668,
also in 1610 and 1832, and perhaps on the
occasion of other eruptions. We were fortu
nate to bo near tho crater when the late dis
turbances occurred early in May, having
arrived at Hilo on Wednesday, the 2nd". As
the steamer passed down the coast on the
following night, tho light of the crater was
unusually brilliant, causing the passengers
to anticipato a rare treat. On Friday, at 2:45
p. ni., several pretty severe carthquako shocks
were ielt at the Volcano House, which led
tbe manager, Mr. Eanc, to cxpeel.an eruption.
This followed a few minutes later, at 3 o'clock,
by a jet of lava thrown np from tho floor of
the crater, near the east bank, through a
crack which had evidently been mado by the
earthquake. The lava continued to Epout at
this place, gradually ascending the steep
bluff to its summit, then moving along the
isthmus, connecting the large crater with the
smaller one of Eilauea iki, down into the pit
of which, the lava ran. This continued for
six hours, the lava being thrown up in numcr
ous jets along the line at dincrect 'heights,
at times reaching one hundred feet. Fre
quently there would bo at least fifty of theso
jets at once, making a most magnificent dis
play. The locality of this eruption and its
general .characteristics appear to lie identi
cally tho same as those of 1832, 1810 and
1863. Simultaneously with this, the fires of
the old South Lake were suddenly extin
guished, and for the two days following no
fires were seen in Kilauca.
On Monday afternoon, May 7, we descended
tho crater on a tour of investigation, and, in
passing over the usual path to tho old South
Lake, our guide discovered somo 200 feet to
the right of the path what appeared to be a
new crater forming. On approaching it, we
found it to be an immense cavern, arched over
with a black crust, hardly two feet in thick
ness, its vast interior filled with-boiling lava.
which threw out such intense heat that we
could not approach within fifty feet of the
mouth. Passing over a mass of up-heavod
lava near by, we found on the opposito bide of
us a similar cave, also filled with boiling lava,
and shuddered to find that we had just passed
over the thin covering of what is probably
now an open lake of lava. Leaving this we
passed on to take a view of Haleraaumau, or
the old South Lake. It is now nothing but a
deep, black pit, its sides perpendicular, and
lined with broken lava stones, similar to many
extinct crater pits on theso islands.
The changes which have taken place in
Kilauca within the last few years are very
striking. Thoso who visited it between tho
years 1850 and 1867 will Temember the old
South Lake as nearly on a level wuh the floor
of the crater. Now, a hill surrounds it, form
ed by successive eruptions during the last few
years, so that its top is nearly level with that
of the south bank of Kilauea. Mr. Coan esti
mates that tho height of this hill is 700 feet
above the lowest depression of the floor of
Kilauea, while its base must lie at least 2000
feet across. One can get a better idea of its
size if lie will imagine Punchbowl hill trans
ported to Kila'uea and set down over the old
We climbed up the sides of this hill to take
look into tho extinct crater bowl, whoso
former fires attracted wonder-seeking travel
ers, but found only lilackness and desolation.
Old Pcle had at last deserted wlratlhe natives
have called her evejlasting home." This
pit must be at least 500 feet in diameter and
about the same in depth, somewhat resem
bling a mortar in shape. The approach to its
edges seemed extremely hazardous, as the
rock is everywhere rent by deep fissures
which make the approach very dangerous.
To one of these overhanging ledges we cau
tiously walked, and, bending over, looked
down into this wonderful pit, hardly less
terrific and awe-inspiring than when wo last
viewed it filled with molten lava, whose crim
son waves dashed against its sides like surf
on tho sea-shore.
The extinction of the fires in tho South Lake
are not likely to lie permanent. In 1808, when
they went out, a scries of new craters formed
around the pit of Kilauea, culminating in tho
subsidence of the floor of the crater, and the
resumption of the fires in the South Lake. So
it will probably be now.
Scarcely less singular to those who have
often visited Kilauca, is the sight of the vast
quantity of Pele's hair strewed around. This
remarkable vitreous production has generally
been found on the southerly side of the lake,
but during the last few days before its fires
were extinguished, on tho -1th of May, the
Pele's hair was blown and scattered on the
west and northerly slopes. There must have
been at least twenty acres covered with it, in
somo places two and three inches in dopth.
It felt, as we passed over it, like walking over
beds of moss. Most of it is dark brown in'
color, with occasionally a tuft of light brown,
which, on examining, we found to consist of
long threads, like human hair. We picked up
enough of this light brown to make a heavy
switch of hair, measuring twenty-four inches
in length ! Having no facilities for carrying
it to Hilo, except in our saddlo-bags, it was
very much broken during the journoy, but
still we have preserved part of it, about
seventeen finches loig. A companion sug
gested tha't theso switches of long hair might
havo been torn from. her heakl'Ly the old mis
tress of the volcanoMo her dying agonies. as.
she left her'jcvcriasting home." a noetical
idea, not devoid of beauty. However, these
long specimens of Pele's hair are rarely found
and seldom brought away. .
Another singular sight connected with tho
recent changes at the volcano, is tho steam
seen around Kilauea. There is always more
or less steam issuing from the cracks ; but on
the 4th of May a line of steam jets, apparently
from a new rent, stretched from its south
bank down towards tho Kau shore, a distauce
of several miles. It affords a pretty and novel
sight to see tho steam ascending in a con
tinuous line, at least four miles in length, and
rising to a height of from fifty to one huudred
The earthquakes were felt not only at tho
volcano, but at Hilo and at different points in
Kau. They were not destructive, but light,
with an easy tremor of iho ground, accom
panied with a rumbling noise, like that of a
dray or cart driven rapidly over a paved road.
These shakes invariably precede an eruption,
and always indicate increased activity of tho
volcano. But so long as Kilauea possesses an
open lake, where the pent-up gases and stoam
can escape, there is no danger of any destruc
tive earthquakes on Hawaii. If that opening
should become permanently closed, damage
Before closing our sketch, wo will add that
the Volcano Hotel is well kept, being at pre
sent under tho management of Mr. J. Kane,
well known in Honolulu as a caterer. Dur
ing our stay there the table was well supplied
with delicious tender tnrkeys, which run
wild in the woods below tho crater, and with
fresh mutton, pork and chickens, and tho
'usual -vegetables. A new frame building is
being erected by tho proprietor, Mr. Jones,
for tho accommodation of guests, and when
completed will be all that can be desired for
comfort, though roally there is nothing now
lacking in this respect.
Havingtraveled over the road many-times,
we recommend as,, the pleasantcst route that
from Waiohinu or Punaluu, (the latter pre
ferable becanso shorter), whenever the steam
er touches at cither of these places. The dis
tance from Punaluu to the crater, via Kapa
pala, is 25 miles, and tho ride may be
accomplished in six hoars. From the crater
to Hilo, the distance is 30 miles, and the ride
much more fatiguing. But those who wish
to see the best sections of South Hawaii, should
ride through from Waiohinu to Hilo.
"Regnlnr Correspondence trtm Sun
BaP atscuco, April 21th, 1877.
President Bayes' 8oatheVn Toliey, as it It called,
It nndarceiaf a tttonragh trill. When' the troops
that propped p the Itepabliean Governments in the
Southern States are removed, down eomes those gov
ernments with a Tqb.a '-The argument hsl been tbat
a covemraeat which mast be sustained by Federsl
troopt it not worth imtatoing. When Wade Hamp
ton and Chamberlala.weat home to South Carolina
from their confertnA With Mr. Hayes, the troops
were ordered to be withdrawn from the State Hoase,
and Chamberlain quietly sorrendered his title of
Governor to Hampton.
The ssma thio-' has been done in Louisiana, and
Packard givel op toXiehols. The trouble of doal
governments is ended in those States, but the policy
which hsi brought Miboot these results has turned a
large portioo of the Republiean party against Mr.
flsyei. But be is not a esodidste for; reeleetion,
and he ean smile at the writhiogi of the Republican
.. war! war!
The war elond has at last burst. The muttering!
of the storm which has been growing louder and
louder during the past two yesrs has at last brote
oat ioto'tbe terrible tbonder of csnnon and the elssh
of arms Arbitrators and peace-makers have done
their best, bat it was decreed iu the Councils of the
Eternal that the punishment of a terrible war should
be inflicted upon the perpetrstors of those shocking
atrocities eommilted in ITerxegorioa, Bosnia
Bulgaria. Russia is to be used as tbe instrument to
earrv oat the designs of Providence in this war. If
Russia doesDornnake it -a war of aggrandizement she
will receive tbe oiorat7sapport of Europe and of tbe
majority of mankind! xbe Czar In his manifesto to
day says : " naving exhausted pacific efforts we are
compelled by ibe haughty obstinacy of the Porte to
proceed to more deeitive'nets, feeling that our equity
and dignity enjoin it. By .her refusal Turkey places
us under 'the neeetfsity of having recourse to arms.
Profonndlv eoovioeed of the justice of our cause, and
committing ourselves to the grace of tbe Most High
we make known to our faithful subjects that the mo
ment furereen. when we pronounce words to which
all Russia responded with complete unanimity has
now arrived. We expressed the intention to act in
dependently when' we deemed it necessary, and when
Russia's honor shall demand it. In now invoking
tbe blessing of God npon our armies we give them
the order to cross the Turkish frontier."
,8oaETJI!IO ABOUT 6TEAUB0ATS.
Tbey are bringing steamboats across the country
from New York by railroad. The boats are first
built entire at Green Point, New York, then every
piece of timber and machinery is taken apart, num
bered. and shinned by rail. They have brought out
two boats ia this way, the San Rafael and Sauelito,
It requires 120 ears to bring each boat to this city.
After these boat' pieces have, all arrived they are
joined together and tbe boats are launched at the
Potrero. -These two -boats are intended for. the route
between this city aod San Qoenlin, and were built
fur Mr. Latham. Tbe cost of each vessel exceeds
$120,000, and each boat is guaranteed to maintain a
speed or zz miles an boor.
Near the Rolling Mills at tbe Potrero, Mr. Collyer
is buildin a boat fur the Dumbarton route. Tbe
boat is 2S3 feetOong, 4S feet beam, aud 12 feet bold
Sbe is nearly ready to launch. 1' bis boat will be tbe
largest, handsomest, tbe best appointed, aod alto
gether the most elegant steamer tbat floats upon tLe
bay. About half a mile from this boat stands the
Iranie ofapropellor which is being built by Dickie
Bros, for tbe Hawaiian Uoreniuieuu This boat will
be the largest sea-going steamer tbat has ever been
entirely eoostructca in oin Francieco. She is to be
177 feet by 27 feet 3 inches beam, 17 feet 3 luches
depth of bold. 12 feet 6 ioehes draught, and about
CUU tons capacity. Her engines are beiog built by
tbe Risdoo Iron Works of this city. Tbis craft is
desigoed for 10 knots au hour, and will cost about
390.000. She will be reaJy about the middle or July.
OL'R TRA1K1S6 SHIP.
The Jamestown has made two trips to yonr port,
and it is said Honolulu is tbe place to go to on ac
count -of ecuaurgcproviione for tbe boys beiog
much cbeapcr-sflKban anywhere else. This .train
ing sb"utias a!ream pn,ve4 crej,t benefit, affurding
,l do, w sohoojrjiuitjuction tor many- ooys wb
might become the worst hoodlums of tbe city. Tbe
first examination of buys fur promotion under tbe
auspices of tbe training ship Committee of tbe Board
of Supervisors, proved very satisfactory. Three
prixes. consisting of silrcr cups, donated by Saa
Francisco jewelers, were awarded. Tbe first prise
for seamanship, tbe second for attentiun to doty, and
tbe third fur studies. A fourth prise of a medal was
awarded fur exemplary conduct. Tbe Committee
commended Commander Glass very highly fur tbe
efficiency and progress of Ibe school. The list of
graduates oonsisted of 23 boys who 'are recommended
as able to perform duty as sailors on board of men
of.war or merchant vessels.
The D. C. Murray arrived on the 10th inst., and
sailed on the 18th lire.it fur Hilo. Tbe Mary Belle
Roberts sailed fur Honolulu on the 13th met.
Under tbe excitement of war news from Europe,
gold has advanced'to 107s; legal tenders are 91i to
ml ; silver half dullars per eeot. discount. -
Owing to an advanoo of soger in New York, locl
refiners haveraised tbe rates fur lots in bbls. cent
all round; now quotable as follows ; powdered, 132c;
crushed, cube aod fine crushed, 13a3 ; extra granu.
lated, 13c; yellow C, llc; C. D., lOic; refined
Coal is now selltog low in this market; quotable
Seattle at $S Ter ton.
For many years flour in this city has been selling
at lower rates thsn in any other of the leading mar
kets of the country. For the present, however, this
article is hkey to have a dear relatiuo to most fami
lies. Tbe millers have just made an advance of 2oo
per bbl. raising tbe jobbing rate for extra to $3.373
payable io silrer, or $7.S7i in gold. Tbese are the
merest ngures in nve years. e-ici.hal.
IB HKBKBT MITE TO AM. PERSOXH
ih.t .1 mMrlnr nf fhf.rohfldi?T9 Of thfl MllM PtUEir
Com pant, held on the M dr of r- l-T, It w TOtJ IO
cc?pt the Charter of Incorporation erAuteU to them and
ineir assocuiies ana Buccwum, uiiun i w'i" "-'"
ad irlef the W he Sn(p-r Company, on the 30th
day of April, 1S77 ad that the corporation under said
charier orranlted Itself and elected tbe fbllowlAr named
JAMKS MAKHE, President,
O. W. MACKARLANK Vic President.
J. a. walk Kit ,. .. Secretary,
3XO(0. 1XMINIS, A ti di tor.
Vnt-lpa. ia )r trtt-iti that nomunt tn the tftin of anld
Charter, ' N'o utocibolder "hull be Individually liable for
the debu of the Corporation beyond tbe amount which
shall be due vion the share or shares held or owned by
him-elf." J. S- WALKKR,
!1 u .Secretary Alatee yugar (L-ompany.
THAT TIIACT OF LAXD, SITITATED
In the District of IIilo, Hawaii, and known as
Containing; 3,50 Acre.
n.Uftit tract of r.anl Maltnatnl near tbe town of !IDo.
bas superior advantages tor tbe cattlne- ana procuring- at
wood, ana a gool fart roao teaoins 10 iu wnuii.
A Qunntlty or Good Pimiitre I.nnd.
For further particolars apply to
YVM. O. IKWIN A IX)
persons haying claims
against Ibe Estate of the- bt C. KANAIN A,
not jet presented, will confer a favor on tbe
undersigned bj presenting tbe eame immediately,
duly authenticated, as it is mj intention to pa;
the same without delay, with the consent.of tbe
As a number ot bills bare been - presented
without being sworn to, parties will take note
thereof and attend to-the same immediately.
W. C. PARKE,
Administrator of the Estate of Chaj. Knnriinn,
Honolulu, May Mb, 187". 4 2t
OoringaJ Coringa! Coringa!
CASTLE COOKE !
. Sole -A-g-ents
deuise AacricaM Plows !
Title ltoyal Patent.
A Kit of Blacksmith's Tools,
JX WIIOI.i: OR lAItT. ALSO,
THE UNEXPIRED LEASE OF & WOODEN BUILDING
On the Esplanade, suitable for storage. Also,
A Complete Set of Taps nnd IIdM,
With Taper and Plnff Tap from H to X Ineh-ncloaed
la solid wooden etie.
WEST A CII.VYTKR,
(42 3t 78 King Street and KspUnade.
Dissolution of Partnership.
THE CO-PARTXEItSHir HITHERTO ex
isting between tlie undersigned, has this daj been
dissolved by mutual consent. a. WEST,
C- a COLEitA2T.
Ilonolnlo, 2d April, 1877.
THE TIDAL WAVE !
TTTTHCIT SWEPT OVKtt KINOLK IN KAU. HAWAII. A SHORT TIMK AGO?
T T coald nol Dare sued iu anrroanaing taoaotuais wuu uiutu .uu.i.iuau.u ma wu
THE ARRIVAL OF NEW GOODS!
AUCTION HOUSE !
Innplre Its Opponents ivllli Terror!
To describe the intensity of the enthusiasm which onr GI5AND RE-OPENING CREA.TB),
ia a sheer impossibility, bat the astonishment diminishes when
The Prices at which Our Goods are Sold,
Are taken into consideration.
XO fsterl l'lows,
'Mattocks, Pick Aim,
Anaerlemai fatcrcwa, Grubber.
Aani'd Cat XsUlav American Rivets,
Ifssaoa'a Biirtilng. Metallic Paint,
Kesr BlTcta, Ac. c, tc
Cold Punched Nuts and Machine Bolts
Ix coxsrimoKf with tiic above ax
nooncement, tbe undersigned wonlil respectfully give
notice tliat they have formed a co-partnersblp. and that
tbe old business will be carried on at the same premises.
Kins; Street and TCtpUnale. nnder the firm name of West
& Charter. AU liabilities ot West & Coleman will be as.
sained by the new firm, O. WKST,
J. T. CIIAYTEK.
llonolula, April 3d, IS77.
1 WOULD TAUK THIS OPPORTUNITY ol
thanking the public generally ror the liberal patronage
hitherto bestowed npon me, nnd In connection with my
new firm, would beg a continuance of tho same.
na J. T. CHAYTER.
Real Estate for Sale or Lease.
KEVEKAL VKltY DESIUAIH.B
LARGE AND SHALL,
Located in different parts of the City.
Wlih Gardens, Oot-houses. and every convenience, and li
perfect order. Enquire of
637 tt ni'00 STANQESWALD, M. D.
Have arrived per Willard .Hudcctl
from lions Uongr.
40.000 EXTUA tAHGE JVIZE, ami
CO TO 100,000 SECOND NIZE,
All of tbe best quality hard brlck.8, tnd will L Mid
610 BOLLES 4 Co.
TIIK UNI)EILSIaEI, rOIiMKItlV VITIT
Mr. Kclcart, begs to Inform citizens or Honolulu an
the pahllc cf nerilly. tbat he has taken the store on Foi
Street opposite Odd Fellows If U, (formerly occupied b.
Til on. Tannatt,) where he w 111 give special attention to tb-
manutncturluK ana repairing oi au kinasor jeweiry.
Particular attention given to ihell and Kukul Work:.
ft"T- aVUtfuarantee satisfaction in all his work,
62U Km 1TSI. M- WKNHI.IV
The Fine New British Iron Ship
CAITHNESS, - - Master,
Balled from Liverpool Dec. 23rd l Doe hen
Early In Mny,
Comprises a Full Assortment of
BBI STAPLE & FANCY
Blue Mottled Soip,
Paints and Oili.
Blood Wolfe & Co'. Ale,
Pig Brand Porter,
Bed Bar Claret,
Napoleon Cabinet Champagne,
ItaDiome k Sira'a Paria Ploughs,
Floor Oil Cloth,
Eut India Rice,
Beit South Wiles Coal,
&C, &C-, 4c ic, it, Ac
TflEO. H. DiVIES,
WE WO VXD CALL J'AUTICUZAIi AT1ENTION TO OVR
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
Siioes, Slioes, Slioes !
Wbleb. ru roganls mice, QuAllty nud sluanlltj-. Defy Cwnpctltloss I
OUR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT!
OFFERS PARTICULAR INDUCEMENTS!
1 1 L it.. a .1 la tL. : I t. . .
aiju uur rrcuru 13 hucu mm no uuu i ueou tu iucu.iuu iuu pucca 01 eacu separata IVCIKHI 01 05?
immense Invoice. a
For San Francisco.
Tbe Favorite Amiirna Bark
D. C. MURRAY
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Port.
nv Vitr Freight or rassage, having superior accommo
dations for Cabin and Stevracc russenA-ers, anplr to
611 C BliEWER CO., Arenta.
FOR EUROPE VIA NEW YORK
Two Sailings Every "Week,
FromJfexa York every Wednesday,
hom Boston every Tuesday ,
RATES OF PASSACEs
Cabin 8SO, SIOO aud 8130, fjolil.
Acconllns ta Accommodation.
JIETUHN TICKETS ON FAVORABLE TEMIS.
Slefrage 82S Ciirreurjr.
AS- For farther Information apply to
Hi California St..
J AS. ALEXANDER.
m State St., Boston,
C. O. FllANCKLYX,
4 Bowling (Jreen, New York.
Notice to rassengers from Australia, New Zealand and
Honolulu. The Cunard Line affords more than usual fa.
rllitles to through passengers from trana-I'aclflr- porta, tbe
frequency of Iu sailing precluding all posaiblUty of delay
in .sew lorir.
flood accommodations always reservrd.
C. O. FRANCKLYN,
46 3m Bowling Green, New York.
TIME T A RT .E
JKAKt'UAXT. s S I 1 MAHTHIU
IS TIIK NlTPIlKJIf: COURT or THE hL
waliao IUavlxU. In rrotttt. in tlx matter 4 ttoim
Uleof Cbrtm. II. Lewers. irivr,r uh,t- rww, rt re rig J
Al ChJambfri, tSor UU Honor A. Fnacis Jodi, OmZ
v. va pvuuwi sua aaaJwsasiivv VI CVVUBU, "TTliiril 1
aad fln&l disirtbuttoi. of propertr.
On rradloc n4 mine tb UtUitt And aceMUiti rctv.
lea IU Rlihop and William U rrtf , rz rem tor. f ifea I
or Chris. 11. Lawert, late of Uonolalttv 0h. 4mnm7 I
Whrsln thatr at.aT InKat allAwLr -a ' " I
iv.sntu.lwsai with rr iM m .w.a .v t"
zamlDed and appnTPd. and tbat a Hoal order bitm I
made of tllMrlbailoa of tL prwpcrir isUtttIc U 1
swrscr-ajsi laMriciw rguiini, aaa BJtbttrm 1
tUcm and Ibolr loretlca from all farttier mnoaailvilltyiii j
ucb titcuton. I
It la ordenst. that Tuesday, tb I Mt day r Jno, i j
1S77, at ten o'clock A. U..Ukra tlve Mid Juttr. irt I
berr. la tbe Court House, at llonohtln. bs aj ik. nt j
hereby U appointed as tbe Lba and par rr beartvaa 1
peUUon and aocooola, and tbat all persona Jatereatt tm 1
thwn H1 tSavS-aa mnmmr arol artAsa -Mast. I .a. . 1 i
why tbe aame shonld not be tnniaJmttd . I
dene as to who ere entitled to tbe mM pn.petty ih 1
uAUtuurc. mi we iikush MISDatC D pOlaAJ a U
llawailaitpauite. Dewapaperrprtnteil and pabttbt-l 1 1
iIonolQlu, for three soccesalTe wcek prcrloaa to tbt Cbs 1
mvni" CgViiitiM IV( avavsu UVsVI Ul(. m
Dated at Honolulu, II. I., this Hth day of May.ltn. 1
A. FKAN. "I J TTin 1
Attest: J ox toe of th Soprrme tWl, W
AiM Auuiaii, V-AT-Iss, im uMf OVDRIDtCMIL
SITKEJIE COVET OF THE llAWAIU
IalaDds, In probaie.-.Iir the KM ale of DAtlSl
CUltTIS, of Waialua, Oabu. deeeaeMt. Intestate. Bm
Mr. JaUc JadJ. Ordrr of do(1c tf peilUoa for
On readlnr tuid fllnc the petltlmi of Z.T.Hxslmi
Waialua, Oahu, atlefrlat; thai DarM C Curti, f wsha
Oahu, tiled Inte-Ute at liolaleia. WttUloa. Dabs. U
4th day of May, A. U 1SJ7. and praytac that Letwitt
AdmlnUtratlon Issue to him tbe said Z. T. qotrn.
It Is Ordered that frldar. tb Stb day of TtLtf 1.1.
lS77.be aod hereby la appointed for bearlnr said ba
before the said Jostlre. In the Court Room or tUtCas.
at Honolulu, at wt.m time and ptare all persona ream
etl may appear and show cauae. tf auy thy haTe.es; m
petition should not be sranted, and that thU order to f
lb bed In the Kngllsh lansjuae Tor Une arreadre vwk
In the II walla a Uaxrtie newipaper, la lloootnta.
Dated Honolulu, May 1st, 1977.
A. riuxcis JCDIX
JusUee of the Suprsme CoTL
Altest; Jyo, K. Bautixd, CTrrk. M St I
SUl-lTEMi: CtllTlT OK TIIK IlAYTAIIlxl
Islaads. April Term. A, li. 1177. Is BaiKew nl
encK si. ureen vs. ardi ureeo. Libel for Divorce, H
In the above entitled Hbei for dlrorce. It hi bow eedenti
i"s urcree oi uirorce irom tne oonds r BiairfSMay si
enteral In favor ef the eald Frederick af. Or-.
Of the rao-e of tbe adaltery of tbe mM Anal Gream, tal
made abnolote sfler the expiration of alx meat be fraas aJ
uaie oi una uecree. opoa comptuuice wltb tbe teraas4
oi, aoietM umc-iii ciue iball appear to tbe coatrvry. fl
And tbe libellant Is ordered lopobtkh aa attratHtcsM
oi luisuruerin mi Hawaiian uasetle and KBokoe,IWB
successive weeks, the first publicatlon to be wttkia J
month from tbe dale of this onitr, tbat all persmii Is
rww uimr wiiutn sia aMtniM aoow cause w&y saUciccM
aauuuwi iiuvuv Hiauir ausnHuin.
Dated tMl Sth day of April. 1V.7.
Ily the Courtr JSQ. E. BARNARD, C
I hereby certify tbat tbe foretnlns; fa a true and DAM
ctpy of tbe original decree la theabore eatlifedcacwMl
va uie in mo ierK S omce or tbe Uoprema Cbart tf a
As witness my b&od this 24th day of April, A.TXUC1
JNO. H. BAKNAflD. i
May 21, Monday, S p m Hilo
June 1, Friday. 5 pm, IfawlUwUl; reiurnlnn Sunday am
June 4, Monday, 5pm Urcoit of Hawaii
June 11, Monday, p m ....IlUo
Jane 15. Monday, lpmf Kona
June 25, Monday, & p ra II Ha
On Kona trips the steamer will go as far as Hoopuloa.
On down trips the steamer will not Itave Kawalhae be
fore l(jtm; Mftkena as per notice on op trip; Maalaea
Ray not before 7 a m. Any rnanffe from the above wilt
Rates of Passage will bo
To or fiOm Kauoakakal, Molokai... ...
Labalna, MauL ,
" Mahokona, Hawaii ,
" m lUlo, "
Kau Coast, .....
Circuit of I law all, Round Trip
To or from any Iort on Kauai
Clrcott of Kauai, Round Trip ......
Deck: ftunase, for natives only,...
t S 00
... 10 00
. .. 12 50
... 15 U
.. 22 00
... 2 00
B3T No Credit far li.ffe Money.
Tickets itt the otllce otily.
No berth will be considered as taken until paid to j. Xot
responsible for unmarked RartasT or any Freight or Iar
celsuDless receipted for.
Freight Honey Dao on Demand.
Mr An effort will be made to have the Steamer reach
Itonolala on the evening of the same day she leavrs Maul
SAMUEL, O. WILDER. Arent.
Office with Wilder A Co.. corner of Fort A Queen streets
FOR KOLOA & OTHER PORTS ON KAUAI
W KAMAILE !
Will heve regular dispatch for Kauai, aa above, untl
further notice, sr Freight and Passengers takto at the
1IOLLE-S A CO., Agents.
P. S This vessel has Jut been thoroughly repaired
newiy coppereq, ana pot tn in perfect order. a1!
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
fJsSL c Brewer & Co. Agents. J4
avUC Favorable arrangements eta alasts Im IbWTt
ssad ferttorage and .hip meat or Oil, Dene, Wool, Hides sod
other Merchandise to New Bedford, Boston, New Totk and
XBr eAsrera ror is. vasn Advance nsde.
5U.lT C. BR KIT Kit 1 CO.
DISPATCH LINE F0RSAN FRANCISCO!
C. Brewer A. Co.-Agonts.
Kmbaadls. rs.iv.a Storaw. Frsc aaa
literal cat. aasaacM usds oa sblpmsats ht this 1Id.
W-'r C. BREWER A CO.
RcgHlar Line of Packets from Glasgow
TOE FINE SEW A I CLIITER 811IP
"E.UbnnU," 030 Xonsj RcgUtci-,
W".TO IMVE IlLASIIOW OS THE 10th
nlUmo for llonolola. wltli tt. anal snnIIe of
Dry Goods, Hardware, Liquors, Coal,
1R0K, HACHINERY, Etc Etc
Particulars of which will be given In a future advertlse
nieuL bhe wilt be doe In June next. Another tine ship
will be pUced on the berth about July or August next,
and the Eskbank Is expected to be ready to leave Glav
row again In January, IRa. might taken at the tuoal
rates. "or lunher particolars spply to
OntEK, MACFAllLAKE Co Agenta.
N BThe Agents ol the Une In Olaagow are Meura.
Qeo. Gray tacfvlane A Co., Victoria BuUdlogt, i West
Betrent KreeU ai
C?lTIRimE L'orRT nv the iriwitu
& I.landa. In Probate. In the matter efUMbtutJ
certain Alabama claloiaots, ilecaed, wtesUtav atOtfl
ur, Dviure air. joauo JOua. I
On rea,Iog and fill Mr the petition of Alfred K Hutsl
nu niuuui u.nmitn, Adniutatrators of the Estsief
certain so called Alabama Uaimaau berl.vftT sie
w n ere in tbey set forth that they have reeelfW H
several amounti set eppoalte tha respective eesaessffl
aald Kstates oa account of aoch AUtuna tUimt, tes
vi uiuuui.icwiiiru i.riosaucfl via;
Kamamokn T.07 Kahsnsnnl
;n. 1.W Keonl. , M
ivumoaaanuio ,.l23Lg Namakaeha
1-3 Kekabea, ... w Kl
Kkoa mjg nooa JjJ
Klmokeole t.i-j HoU . pi
aaoineiau, . . . ... ITS
And sak that tbHr accounta mar b u-.toal ut i
prueedVaad that a final order mar li il.J. if 1juit
of the property remaining ta tbelr heads leta!
thereto eutlUed, and dlacbarglag them frvtan 2
irHuuauusi.i7 mm sucn aomuttatratera. J
It Is ordered thai Frldar. iha Hit. a- r )nt 11
1177, at 10 o'clock A. M., befdre the said Jaatastrl
vera, in ma i.uuri l loose, at Honolulu, be sad the n1
hereby appointed aa the Umi and ni rawi-laMrM
petition aud Ut exanlnlog the accoeau ef mH
appear and show cause. If any they lafe, wsj tsi
should not be granted, and may prtnentevUeate
who are entitled to tbe amid property.
And that this order, la the Eos Dab and nswsM
guagea, be putlbhed In the llawsuaa Caatlte aa4 !
newspapers printed and published In lleaeiata, f
sncceaalee weeks previous ta ibe Ue laerela Hf
for said hearing.
Dated at llonolola, U. I., thin 11th dar of P
A, FHAS.C1A JCPfc
Jostles of wefcopreaieC-!
1 1K1. Ut. VI. It. l-astl. will act tor w
cr or Aiiorasj. All persona twice tossssrta
loroaa. immtuiat. (Afmral ta aisa, aba au aw
m. owicc maj ta alau prcs.QtMi.
ll o. B.CCM
TkJoTirr IN IICREBV Uivcx THATJ
xw asuiataus baa Do rarlAtr rofiotxs
collvctanrdcttaoa rnracctrfiaL Uc r. B-IAn
ACenc to alien, to my Lsmaa at tbat pbrt. s
iret mi acrounia irons ana anr April zo. I!"
Ml Im g. XiC
tne ctuens or iiottoiata snd the pee w
that be has mo etl tax tha sew sbo e V
RlrMt n.tlln !) It ArYm.r..' Imt aOl"1
he will glee special alleolion to all kind tt H
Clocks, and Jewelrr lUnalrlnr. EiimTte-3. & "1
area from the other lalanda aakireaaed to kla.
articles for repaIrs,wUl recetee prompt atteata
aoucited ror- aa graaea or watebce at Amenw
lure. Hatlsfactlon guaranteed In every rrp--
CJO ty ix. iwiLBua
rtnilK rXDKRMIUMlD BCIXU AVn
JL leave the KmcJom, berehy aoUA- ue r 'J
he has appointed LOO INOUMK ts act frc a J
Of Attorney, during nta aoseuce.
Hono.oln. AprU Is. lsT7.
an awtaaistfisli.liVB0rtf rlTsI
1, III LANG, Jockey aib, and -ir ptfftJ
V lurgar of wortd-wide celebrity. Tones ;
Water, Florida Water, Can de Cologne, U0
uiycenne ror ins iiair. uircenne. ...'
S Sv aw... I. a A.t tLu IVwriair. AOO
the Teeth, sfcc K, Strand, 119. Kegeet
comnui, Loodon. noia oy au rnwn
ceguteiea trade marjc an neraianc
-e-irrizcxH and Rtamrjcn ofj
cordially Invited to attend Public WerW fj
CIICItCH, wbere services are na w'JZaj
O'clock A. M., and 7H P.M. eVaU ate fr1TlM
whA maKa nlAtaaurf (A tatiTw1 There . td
evening Prayer MeeUnc at 1H o'clock, ht
Room, to which altar welcome.
Nntiee to TreaDas-Wrt.
AJAs fERSOaS ABE HtaEBt jl
not toTrepaas wllii bcrees. m 4
nooolDlq, AprU 40, 1ST7.
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