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i 6a airir from LAliaiua on llie I9th,
anin U Urf roads, i Kb baliut, and has
i fsracariFO oflumlxr.
faaili nrr Bwiinti arrlre41 framfan Prandsco on tLe
art, 'Btkk a :rf of raerrtiaadiie cooiisoel to Messrs
r Answra arrirrd 1 Lahatsa pO tbe ISUl with A
r froas tut: Ssean4, thldi Js oonitened to
" an cta4 u k carsart of hunbfr ttjrn direct from
Ik stats u H prU wtiere lWs article Is to be consamed.
TmrdtmnA carters, sacs i 11 Ho. Tjli1ns, Kobala,
Tilllal. Cmis, Kaa, JColoa, llanaM, and oUicr piers
lasabcr b ia demand. sboaU be supplied direct
toast. Itdor3rt ifjUrUllj lotf rfere witb the
; huura f tbe tDelrapoM, wblie It does assist
c and tartrate fcaproTemeuts In rural districts.
We mu tbe desvtrtsre of Hie steamer City of New
Twrt. Vrlc JasU SL Arery, bktne Juph It. TerUns,
VtsMjaa A. ralvwberj, and bart Ocean
ATc loot: for ibe steamer Anslralia from Sas
ftaaessea. r roate for
Brie Wa H. alyer h Bearly due flom han Francisco,
ui m hunixr Ttaaels from tbe toned Atlanu and
I'Oirr OP IKrXIMII.ll.
Jaif It fir Martan, Christian, fm Holes and Wsimea.
Sato Lata. Xx4, fr a HsIiVo.
bekr fnoiaW. from Kabnlol. MnL
3fJ Am fc Omu Oeso. Ilvllifua. rrom LbslnA, Msnl
ft.r KBUaksao, Msas. fraut ICulials.
rsr KeCsataaM. KIem, from UanaleL
KaSUt. wm.ur. Irani Kahalnl.
Stmr EBsaea. llernoMs. ttmi Wlndrd Ports
Aa Svbr llaoanta. Miller, 19 dyt I cum San
Sebr OUbu. roM. from II Hi, Ilsvail,
ritr Joantts. Xiadutt, from MaHka.
-Ar AbSmi Kalaa, tvao, irom uawau.
eaar LtaoMflc, Gtu&ey.frucu lvalua ud Walmea.
Haan Ure TanCee, Unu, irum tosuaai.
SebraixT EUra. Kul, fraui llHa.
3t alffa Harris, Keahlissnl, frain 2!aJJuL
3H TMSS Otyof Xew Tort, Cuba, from Ean Fran-
febr Maaaduaal. Take, far Nrnwillwlll
MerriH, Crane, far Labslna.
Ambktae Jos Perkins, Jiitnon. ft Port Gamble
2 Scfcr Laka. Kaeba, for Miko.
Eeto JImrian. CbrltUn. fr Kolas and Walmea.
M Arery, Alery, for Mi t'rmnelsco.
St Km bktos J A Falklnbnre, Ilobbart.fnr Purtlsud.
Ctsar KHasaa, UryfoMi, for Windward IVrU,
fchr KrCanlnobt, Elmo, for Usnmlei
Sebr Warwick, Ball, for Molokal
ltsrK Ooan Oen. for TieLjria.
nSthr Ea Mat, Wilbur, tx KahnlnU
rbr Paeokshi. (Sarke, fur Hans.
KaUtuanu, Mstoa, Or KoliAla.
VKSSKLS a." I'OItT.
Jim lk Mary CeS Roberta, Hempstead, kadis;.
Am Wft PWtfard, Talflr, rrpauinc
Am aebr C M Ward, King
Am 1 I) C Mcrrsy, rntler, dtseuarctne.
Brit I lUktank. ttarr.
Am Sebr Bansnaa. AltUar. dMCbareiDp
KefXirt f Sir Booai C. T. Milter, Master. Left Ssn
Traaatsgs, Jaly 3d. First Fife sys oot moderate nortb and
Bortswext wind. NeitfanrdsysnortiK wind and cloody,
tbh43tt boerf traln. Seat seven dsya lijbt vsrisbte
wtad witb a heavy oortbwrst swetL last two days
wind with a Tery heavy croHswdL Made East Man!
atdaylictit fsalardsy mornlnc Learinc sootli twelve miles
w4jth veey heavy doads baacliiff over lie land.
rtosa iSaa Fraaaua Per bclir Donsnaa, Jnty 21
ca.2Scaboitjandsboi, 1 c bacon. &5.0OJ
awtoieks. 3 n brer, 1 cs crockery. 1 ca codfttn, 2 bis corks,
gauds, 030 qr ak Soar, IT cs foraltnre. 1 cs gtasuware, 3 cs
fcfcta.21cs card ware. 2 Iron eliaets, cs machinery, 20 cs
malabes, 1 kegs naU, W ctla oats. 7cs pal " U U bgs psddjr,
be toper. 2Sfcx rtvets.1 are. 00 m shingles, IX pki
tas.SScs tabsoro. ctU Wheat, I pkgs Wagon maUrial. St)
csros Wind. Talne. f l.Wl.
rarhss Irmndsco, per Julia M. Avery, Jnty 21. ISM
-Lee or 112S Da angxr. X13 bbls or Z7 gallons molasses,
J cSDebes "-"", 1 bates or Si2 lbs wool, bbls or
Per Pwrtlaod. per bktne Jana A Falklnbnrg, July 2X
2U kegs ar AS7004 IU sugar, 25C baga or 1WW lbs rice, CO
PASS CAO" i;it?.
TVasa Windward Pacta Per Eilsoea, July list Hon V
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T - llL.. Ul fl IT
H ISaUteaa. airs nowe. aiiss u,
Patent-. W Dn. Toctonr.. Ahfuok. Ah Ko, Ah bine, Tong
f. ,... r J Browa.D taTamaioiiIll.
lTia Xahaotelua, Mrs Meanal and 2 cbiUrtn. II J Taylor,
M.r. Kennedy. Capt IHckbolei. SUM A Dudoit, II MrGreer,
At rtioey. T8our, J U KawsJooI, and abootiO deck.
rraucaa rraachKOlVr Sebr Bonanxa. Jily 21 Mrs J
nUaraaadia.MreHrKlndanddaiibter. Mrs JQriere,
Mm Jean- Griava, Miss Jane T Hare, Mua 6elina S
Kerr, P II Bernard,
For Windward Porta Per KiUnea. Jnly 23 W E Howell.
J Dakar. W Dart. CIS KahaokJua. II Dirkbulni, W II
3 S bel&ai wire and child. A EnW. Jules Dodoit, D
yir..Tai Akana una. n Baker. J Brotbertoa, Moses
Xeact W U Armluge, and aboot SO deck.
London. Joae 55. The attempt ot the Russians
ta Bear RtuUhak has been followed by a severe
battle oa tbe Danube, In which Turkish gunboats
bare taken an active part. The town of Gmrgevo,
Enitcbok, occupied by tbe Rusaians, has
'beea eel on tire by Turkish shells. Heavy firing Is
slM cit on-
Losioo, Jtne 56th. England i neutrality in the
existing war if now eoutidered absolutely assured so
Ion' as Russia keeps ber pledges not to interfere
srith British Indian interests er routes. It is also
aasomed here that Russia will demand, as a condition
of peace, the cessiun of Servia and Bosnia to
Austria, a portion of Armenian to the Ciar, and the
cession of Bulgaria to Roomania Is to be expected.
Tbc two will be made Independent States, to hold
the month f the Danube under International
as Belgium bolds the month of the Rhine.
Germany probably will not object to these
; bet the only thing apparently certain If, that
tbe Continental Powers expect to settle tbe new
lovjidai'iM. wtthoat regard to England, who Is in
sneh positics that her diplomacy ia practically
pawerlera to affect the question. This creates some
nrassioesa, because it seisa to leave England no
choice bsl absolute aoquiesence or remonstrance by
txeast of aggressive war.
Xeadto, June 27th. la the House of Commons
to-day. Cowan, a member from
a-are notice that be would, to-morrow, ask about the
deftractioa ot the Rustchak Consulate, and whether
it is a breach or International law.
London, June 27. Wednesday's Standard
a, paragTaun In official form, stating that
asrertSuni to the contrary, the Government tee
no necessity as yet for asking the House to grant a
supplementary vote. The assertion that it had decided
to adjourn, and not prorogue Parliament in
August Is cacally at f peealation.
fcJ" On the fourtb ptge will be found an Interesting
account of the long lott city of Pompcll as
It now spptars.
X33 BrlR Wm. II. Meyer arrived at San Francisco
on the 2nd of July, and will return to tola port.
She will be dec bclore the end of this month.
Gone Ox. We are Informed that II. B. M.'a
Hawaiian Consul General, Major Wodehousc, has
left San Francisco fur London.
t5J The steamer Australia will be due
ruw innnilnir, en mute fur Sydney. She arrlied at
San Francisco on Ifau USUi ut June schidule time.
Rcal Estate Sold. The Chun;; Hoon
on Kmoia street, which uji mid at auction last
week, uercpunhascd by Mr. II. Curuucll for the
turn of 1,500.
Fcn Aueau. The greatest uf modern magicians,
Monsieur Cazencuve, Is cxpectid un the mail
steamer to morrow, and will remain In town a
month and glrc a lew exhibitions hi black art
lIZAVr Scitr. On Monday there was a heavy
surf thundering all day on the reel alun; this const,
and at times breaking quite across the entrance to
the harbor. It was iirubjuly caused by a storm
not far aw ay.
Latest raou Vencs Milos. It is now feared
thai Minister Meredith Read was a little hasty In
sating that the hand holding the mirror, which
was recently found iu the Island ol Mclos, is that
of the lauioos dismembered Venus.
The VoLCAM). Late ad ices Irom Kilauea state
that the Lake which a few vteiks ago was empty
and dead, exhibiting only a vast, black pit 500 leet
In depth, Is now full of activity, and filled with
molten lava ton lthiu a few feet of the brink.
"Pcct" One or the spldcst and liveliest of
humorous publications Is Puck, named alter that
sprightly fairy who boasted "I'll put a girdle round
about the cart'i Id forty minutes." It Is finely illustrated
with artistic cartoons. Published iu New
Ice. The Ice factory in Nuuanu Valley, under
the management of Mr. John K. Wilder, Is now
turning outlet: of as fine a quality as cau be found
anywhere. The arrangements lor manufacture
hare been so perfected that there is now hardly
any possibility ot interruption In the supply.
England and tue Easteiin Wah. The London
Post publishes the following paragraph In a prominent
position and in an ollicia torui: "The session
of Parliament w!I! not close without some sufficient
steps being taken to provide for contingencies
which are only too distinctly visible. liritish
Interests are deeply involved In the questions wblch
are at stake In the East, and for their due protection
the British puree must be opened."
Laiiaika Looeino up as a Pout. The schooner
Aurora, from Port Gamble, loaded with lumber for
the Lahaiua Store, Is now discharging cargo. The
bark Oceau Gem, from Sidney, discharged last
week a cargo of coal at that port; and as the whaling
bark Oemanli recruited there this Spring, and
as several whale ships are expected there iu the
Fall, we may truly say that the late deserted port
ofLauaina Is looking up, and her quiet streets may
be busy again, as In tbe oldeu lime.
"Kilauea Wateil" Tbe indelatlgable
of "Magic Cream," has lately returned
Irom the Island or Hawaii aud tbe volcano, and
under the Inspirations drawn from that abode ol
the fiery goddess, he has got up a preparation
which he styles " Kilauea Water," aud wblch. If it
possesses a tithe ol the potency of the Hold in
which Madatne PUe lakes her dally bath, we will
guarautee to "knock spots" out of anjtblugto
which It may be applied.
New UsEroB Papeil A British naval officer las
discovered that paper may serve Instead of cupper,
for sheathing vessels. A London paper states that
paper was used ou the bottom of a vessel In the
dock at Portsmouth for some other purpose, and
that the naval officer obtained his patent because,
on the return of the vessel to the dock, after a voyage,
he discovered that every part of the vessel below
the water-line was cotercd with needs, grasses
and barnacles except the papered portion. He has
since experimented with paper as a protector of
ship's bottoms, and Cuds thai when a cement or
water-proof paper is used, It is the best aud cheapest
material for protecting Iron.
Public Meetiso. In response to a call lor a
meeting to take Into consideration the new law relating
to taxation, the room of the Chamber uf
Commerce was filled on Saturday last u itb representatives
from the leading business honser In town,
plantation agents, and others interested In the matter.
Alter a statement by Mr. C. R. Bishop In regard
to the object cfthe meeting, Mr. G.Rhodes
was called to the chcir, and Mr. H. Macfarlaue was
elected secretary. A geueral expression
ou the law fallowed, and a committee consisting
of Messrs. Bishop, Walter, and Glade was
chosen to attend to tbe matter of testing its constitutionality.
Mr. A. J. Cartwright was appointed
to collect lands for the payment of the expenses.
Taihti Obakoes. The San Francisco Bulletin
says regarding the orange trade: " The twelfth
cargo of Tahiti Oranges from the cnrrcnl crop arrived
yesterday. Following Is a list of the arrivals :
Arrived. YeeL Oranges.
April It ralotna M0 0O0
April 17 Ucwboldt 300,000
Anril 23. J. W.Bearer 300.000
Mav IC . Jiautnos 3VI.IXU
May IS ..Staghound 350,000
May 19 ..Ariel 275,000
May 22 C. Medoan 210,000
May 23 ..Jessie Mckerson &U0."W
May 23 .W. U. Stereos MO.OOU
Har2) , Undine 400.003
JoneS .Oreyhoond 390.000
Jouel3 ..Percy Edward . .. 308,000
Total Oranges 4.031,000
FortEiQN Cakds. We have been favored with
several advertisements from San Francisco to which
we call attention below.
Seeds. We are frequently asked where to send
for seeds. R. J. Trumbnll & Co , one of the oldest
seed houses In California advertise that they will
supply every want In their line. Send for their
catalogue. It costs only the postage.
Feesu Fbuits. Persons wishing to consign
oranges, limes, bananas, pine apples or other Island
fruits to San Francisco, will find Henry K.
& Co., the right firm to deal with, prompt,
honest and square as a builder's plumb.
Pianos. Mr. Cbaa. Eaton advertises that he
will furnish the Hazelton Piano, ou very moderate
terms. This piano we know to be one of the sweetest
toned Instruments now made. There are several
of them here, all of wblch are highly prized.
Send to Mr. E. for catalogue and prices. Pianos
are not Included In the free list bnt pay 10 percent,
Beroeb's Band. This city has been much favored
of late with music by the popular band-master,
who has within the past weeic given at least four
concerts, two of which were given by moonlight at
Emma Square. It is surprising wllh what expedition
Mr. Berger bos brought this company up to a
standard of excellence, which In the most musical
ly cultivated country In the world could not fall of
being a matter of pride. When he returned tp Honolulu
only two mouths ago, and took charge
of the band, quite a proportion ol Its members
were new to the business, and were scarcely more
than acquainted with tbe rudiments of music At
the late moonlight concerts especially, tbe selections
have been ot an unusually high order, comprising
choice passages from such operas as Martha,
Tbe Grand Duchess. 11 Trovatore, and other
classic works, and the rendition baa be?n In a style
almost faultless. Mr. Berger Is performing a most
valuable service to this community in providing It
with such exceptionally fine music, and we are only
surprised that there are any who do not avail themselves
of the privilege of attending these free concerts,
where the bright moonlight, tbe soft cool air,
the delightful surroundings, and the exquisite
music, lorm a combination most agreeable to tbe
senses, and which must be experienced to be appreciated.
New Tork, June 30. President Hayes and party
arrived here this morning ou the steamer Providence
and were transferred to the depot of the Pennsylvania
Railroad ct Jersey City, in time to connect with
the limited express for Washington. Tbe President
expressed himself very much pleased with the trip.
Arrival of the Schooner " Bonanza."
DATES TO JULY 3rd.
The total lots by the St. John (ire Is estimated, at
nearly as possible.at $15,000,1)00 to $20,0011,000. The
total insurance is about $7,000,000. Nu doubt the
amounts of the different companies are under estimated.
Since questioning the propriety of naming the Hawaiian
steamer tbe Leaky-Leaky." we have heard
it intimated that this is the nsine of King Kalakaua's
youngett sitter. S. F. Alt.
Victoria, June 22nd. A letter dated Telegraph
Creek, Cassiar. June oib, says : Some parties have
arrived from Lake Town and report the excitement
intense at theso mines, owing to tbe ducoi ery of two
new rreetcs, said to be about 40 miles
and Snow Creeks, which are paying three
companies from $.12 to $10 per day to the hand Mure
news will be received by Johnson's express, which is
looked lor to morrow. A nugget ot $500 is reported.
St. Joaeph, Mo., Jane 25. A destructive wind
storm pasted oter this city about 10 o'clock last
night. The storm was about eight blocks wide, and
passed directly through the centre of the city. The
Pacific Hotel, Tootle's Opera House, and a large
number of basinets houses were unroofed. Many
wall, fences, trees, etc., were blown down. Soma
streets wore blocked by roofs, awnings, trees, etc.
Several persons were more or less injured, but none
known to be fatally hurt.
Boston, June 25. A fire in Marblthead this morning
dea troyed nearly tbe entire business portion of
the town. The Gre began in the stables of the Hathaway
House, and spread to tbe hotel and other
buildingt. All the large shoe manufactories were
burned, and three are in ruins. These were mostly
large wooden buildings, filled with machinery, and
furnishing employment to hundreds of men und women.
The Eastern Railway depot and six or seven
passenger cars and a number of freight cars were
burned. Over forty dwelling houses were consumed,
and the occupants saved but a very small portion of
their furniture, and many familiof had only the
clothes they bad on when escaping from the
buildings. Seventy-two buildings in ail were consumed.
It is impossible to make any estimate of the
loss or insurance.
Washington, June 30. Upon the President's return
to this city this evening he proceeded immediately
to bis summer residence, which is the largest
cottage un the grounds of the Soldier's Home, and is
tbe same as was formerly, occupied by President Lincoln.
All the inmates of the Executive mansion,
with tbe servants, horses and necessary effects, have
been removed to tbe cottage. General Porter will
relieve General Pitcher at Governor of the Soldiers'
Home on the 1st of July.
Washington, June 30. As soon as the newspaper
reports of tbe Spanish seiture of the American schooner,
Ella Ritpah," were received in Washington, the
Spanish Minister, Senor Mantilla, called u .on Secretary
Erarts and assured him Ihatiu case tbe reports
should prove well founded, the Government uf Spain
wjuid make full and ample amends, benor Mantilla
also immediately telegraphed the Captain Genert! of
Cuba, directing him to make a thorough investigation
uf the alleged outrage
Chicago, July 2. The Inter-Ocean's Washington
special .says : General Couily, the
Minister to the Hawaiian Islands, has arranged to
sail from San Francisco in August for Honolulu.
New York, July 2. A dispatch from Washington
says that Secretary Sherman has received an order
from London for fourteen milhonsofthefour per cents.
There will bo a call issued for bonds soon by the
London, Jane 223. There is a rumor from Paris
that a grant of 5,000,000 francs has been asked of
the Budget Committee, for putting moro French
ships in commission.
Limdon. June 24. It is reported that the British
General Kimball has been instructed, in the event of
Russia's taking Erzeroum, to propose an armistice
with a view tu negotiate peaco. 9
London, June 25. It is reported that the Prince
of ha I beeo killed by his infuriated
soldiers, in consequence of their recent serious defeats.
London, June 25. Russian agents have been dispatched
to Hamburg, Bremen, and the United States,
to enlist sailors for the Navy. Five new men-of-war
are about to be launched at Cronstadt.
Bucharest, June 25 Thirteen Turkish shells
struck the hospital-at Giurgero.
Erizcroum, June 25. The bombardment of Kara
is very severe; the garrison is sufferin greatly.
Constantinople, Juno 25th. Dervish Pasha on
Saturday attacked tbe Russians investing Batoum
and drove them from the heights.
Constantinople, June 25. Tbo Turkish Chamber
of Deputies, in secret session, voted for a continuance
of the war even if all Europe combiaes against Tui-key.
Rustchuk, June 27th. The Consulates of France,
Italy, Greece, Germany and Belgium havo been injured
by the Russian fire.
Chicago, June 27. Tbe Tribune's London special
says: Official telegrams of tbe successes of the Turk
ish army in Asia are published, but receive little
credit. Kara still hold out against the Russians,
who outnumber tbe Turks three to one. The Turks
have only one hundred rifled and fifty-four smooth
bore guas, but their strong at Karadash enables
tbem to hold the enemy at bay. The Russians
at Bajazid are said lo have capitulated.
London, June 27lb. Ex-President Grant took a
drive this morning In the Queeu's carriage in the
Windsor Great Park, and aiteiwards druve to the
Great Western Station and took tbe noon train for
London. He was accompanied to the railway station
by Ward Huut, First Lord of the Admiralty,
and Colonel Gardiner.
A Russian official dispatch claims slight advantage
and the capture ot some outworks, before
on tbe 25th. Tbe dispatch sa.s nothing about
the killed and wounded.
London, June 23. Tbe Russians crossed the
Dauube last night near Sistova, not far from Yau
tro, assisted by the Islands between Ibe banks.
Terrible fighting Is going on, the Turks doing their
utmost to resist Ibe enemy. Another crossing is
confidently expected at Tlemunda, opposite
Tie bombardment at Rustchuk continues.
All tbe troops of General Zimmerman have crossed
the Danube at Galaix.
Bucharest, July 2nd. The Russians have occupied
Tiernova, tbe ancient capital of Bulgaria, and Prince
Teherkoaki has been proclaimed Provisional Gove
nor of tbe Province. Official dispatches received
here state that elections are now going on there for
the purpose of forming a Chamber of Provisional
Cnuncil. Russian troups are pressing on beyond
Tiernova towards the Balkans. Communications to
Rustchuk are also threatened.
Belgrade, July 2nd. It is reported thatthe
will declare the independence of Servia.
C ASIf.BOY AT THE EASTERN
AUCTION IIOUSK. Must live with parents It
A HOUSE LOT COVTAIXI.VO OVER AJ.
anncreof land, with a small Wooden OoltarfV3
thereon, situated at Alekokl. Nuuanu. a few rods
aoove the Ileservolr, w tit be leased for any term not more
than five yeara. About of the lot la good kalo
land, and tbe balance prodoces a Large crop of grass.
644 lm Inquire of s. B. DOLE.
Notice to Creditors.
IX THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF
DAVID E. CUKTIS. deceased SuUee Is herebr
given to all creditors of the Bald David K. Lurtis to
rut iueir claims iur aojusuneot to tne undersigned. All
debtors are requested to make Immediate payment to
4 it Z- Y. &QUIRE3, Administrator.
Sugar Land for Sale.
8j TUB A1IUPUAA OF PEAXII.
rrTMAKOALO k, Kast Maul, will bo offered at Pub-Hf
He Auction, If a sufficient upset price la guaranteed. "
Tills I jiii d Iina asi Area orsOIG Acres,
As per survey. Is well watered and a considerable portion
of It is well adapted for tbe cultivation of Sugar Cane.
Apply to n. UACKFELD CO.,
SM lm Agents for tbe heirs of the late I II. Antbon.
Just received Ex "Bonanza."
ff AWSOSPS TEAVIXS IX NEW GUINEA,
JLa ,w allsce'a Malay Archipelago, new edition,
" Mlsa Bird's Ilawatlan Archipelago,
Soame's Treatise on Manufacture of Sugar,
Heat's Manufacture of Sugar and Cane Planttng,
Bnrgh on Sugar Mills and 8ugor Maontacture,
GUI on the CUnncation of Cane Juice,
GUI on Refilling Sugar,
Wray'e Practical Sugar Planter,
Church of England Hymnal (tunes and hymns)
Church of England Prayer Boots
lieoL 8pry"a Cruise of the Challenger,"
La) Iter's Postage Stamp Album,
Mnltready'a Postage stamp Album,
o47 2m XI. BC WIXTTXET.
Vienna, July 2nd. A detachment of Cottacks has
reached Tiernova, which waa occupied after a nine
London, July 2.-A Berlin special asserts that
general nnderstandlng with regard to certain eventualities
has bten lately arrived at between the
Austrian aud English Governments,
London, July 2. G eneral G rant visited the House
of Lords this evening, and stood at the fool of tbe
throne. The Earl ot Carnarvon, Immediately upon
perceiving tbu general, quitted the treasury bench
and bad a chat with him. General Grant subsequently
proceeded to tho House of Commons, and
remained a few minutes In the gallery for distinguished
London. Jnly 2. Gladstone has written a letter
In reply to the address from the Baptist churches In
Worcestershire, denjingany analogy between the
circumstances of the present lime and those of 1870.
He states that If a vote of money is now demauded
It must find Its justification otherwise thsn by tbe
precedent of 1S70.
London, July 2 British revenue receipts for the
last three mouths increased over two and one-hall
million dollars compared wltu the corresponding
Pans, July 2. A private cipher telegram from a
well-informed source in London states that the
English fleet was ordered tu Bceika Bay alter a
warm discussion in the Cabinet nlielher England
should at the same time send a laud forcu of 2,-000
Liverpool, July 2. Citizens have contrlbnted
$14,000 for tbe St. John (N.B ) sufferers.
Paris, July, 2. The elections will tske place In
September. The arrest ofSennr Zorllla hee on
Saturday had not been demanded by Ibe Spanish
Government. It is stated lbat the proprietors of
the hotel wbere General Lagnner, ex-Deputy
aud Senor Zorllla resided overheard them diseasing
violent measures against the French Government.
The police, at the time ol the arrest,
cizcd some arms and papers. The latter arc said
to prove the existence of a plot against the French
and Spanish Government,
Paris, July, 2. The general order lssned by
Preeident MacMuhon on occasion of the review In
the Bols de Fnnlousc, caused a tremendous sensation.
The Clerical and Bonapartist papers are
Rome, July, 2 The Pope vbs so 111 yeslerday
and to-day that many bishops who were about to
leave Rome postponed their departure.
London, July 3. Tbe Post announces prominently
that the Mediterranean fleet will shortly be reinforced.
New Goods !
J, T, WAT I mom
. 10 STORE!
EI illi. BONANZA.
LU ill ItEB, LUMBER
Just Received by
Tito Oarcooa ozT
Buena Vista and Joseph Perkins
A FULL ASSORTMENT
ABOUT ONE MILLION FEET
NOR' WEST LUMBER!
FOR SALE BY
est lm LEWERS & DICKSON.
Grand, Square and Upright.
BEST IN THE MARKET!
Tlinn nny other First-Clans Piano.
FULLY WARRANTED to stand any climate. Send
for Catalogues aud Price List.
CI1AS. S. BATON, General Agent,
6'A lm 123 Montgomery Street, San Francisco. CaL
UNDERSIGNED SOLICITS EMPLOYMENT
THE as Copyist, Writing out Accounts, Collecting,
or any similar work. A line through Uu Post Omce will
meet with thankful and prompt attention.
633 It OKORUE U. McCONNELL.
HEBEBV ANNOUNCES TO
TR.ENTON Honolulu that he has disposed of the
Chelsea Laundry to Mr. W. O Poole, by whom tbe business
will be conducted in tbe future. J. R. tenders his
best thanks to all of his patrons, and respectfully asks that
they will be pleased to transfer their patronage to his successor.
'REFERENCE TO TI1E ABOVE, W. .
IN begs to inform tb public that he will exert
himself to the ntmost to transact the business In a manner
that will give complete satisfaction to all. Thoroughness
and dispatch may be confidently relied on. Only give a
W. O. P. has changes and Improvements In contemplation,
which will shortly be announced.
Honolulu. June 29, 1677. Ht
H m. IT. J. AGNEW IS ADMITTED A MEM.
1YJL BER of this Firm, dating from Apm 1st. and will
sign DILLINGHAM 4 CO.
Honolulu, May Situ, 18.'7. (It lm
MANUFACTURER, IMPORTER AND SEALER
In Furnltursof every description. Furniture Ware-Booms ou
Fort Street, opposite Dickson's Photograph Gallery.
654 Orders from the other Islands promptly attended to. ly
M. X. WOSSELL.
CABINET MAKER AND FRENCH POLISHER,
W2 So. 78 Fort Hlrwt, Honolulu. II. I. (lyr
Notice to Shippers.
IF SUFFICIENT I.NDUC'KMENTS OFFER
THE AMERICAN BAIIK
3JC a r t li a, Davis
Will bo laid on tbe llerth for Honolulu,
To Sail from Boston about November 1st
Fur further particulars apply lo
C. 11HSWER CO.. Honolulu,
Or address Messrs. CUAb. llilEVl'Slt A CO ,
6M 27 Kllby Street. Boston.
Tax Assessor's Notice.
THIS IS TO HIVE NOTICE THAT I WII.T,
be In my Office on Marine Street, every SATlHtlM Y,
from 9 A. M. to s P. M until SEPTKMBEIl 1st, 1877,
All persons.tlablA lo taxation must make their returns to
the Assessor on or before that date, according to law ; and
any who ba e not recvlred blanks can obtain the aame at
my office. CHAItLKS II. JUDD,
652 2m Assessor of Taxes for Honolulu.
Hot tee of Dissolution of Partnership.
NOTICE IS IIEKERY filVRX, THAT THE
Co partnership existing between the Undersigned,
Planters, at Lahaiua. Maul. Is and will be dl solved
as and from the first diy of Jnly next, from which date
the buslnew will be carried on by IIENItYTUItTOIf.on
his on account. JAMES CAMPBELL,
Witnesses: HENRY TURTON.
K. T. O'Hallorax, Edward Pristox.
Paled the 16lh day of June, IS77. 651U
laid VEllSOSH IIOI.DINU LEASES OF
A Lands, parcels of Larttls.or House Lota, the property
of H. II. It. Keellkolanl, wheresoever the iam are situ,
ted on these Islands, are hereby notified and required to
promptly pay kII rents, when due, to the unJersigned at
iiIsoITaceln Kaakupun, Honolulu. and a full ore to
comply with the term- of this notice for the space of fourteen
such rent may become due. wUl operate as
a forfeiture of the lease.
All persons wh.ninsoever, who may heretofore hare been
appointed as Land Agents or Lunas by His Into I toy a I
Ulgbnesi W. P. LeleLihoXu", nre hereby notified that their
several app Mntmeuts are reruked.
SIMON KALO A KAAl.
Buniness Agent of Her Hlghne&a IU KeellkoIanL
Honolulu, June 19, 1$T7. 649 2m
TWO NEW STORES OS FORT
MTIIE In the Fire-proof llulldlnff, next to C. K.
Williams. If required, the two may readily be
made one. For terms, apply to
632 tf DILLINGHAM & CO.
GREEN. IYIACFARLANE& CO.
BHAVKON HANI) AND 1'DU SALE
The Following Articles:
To which they w ould call attention. A full assortment of
Best :Oca,3r Iron,
In lots to suit pnrchisers.
Excellent Coal, fur ato es, by the bag all ready pat up,
saves 75 per cent In expanse of fuel.
Cooking Moves, to burn coal, at low rates.
Ilarrels White's rortlaud Cement, will be soldi ow to
close ashicnraeiits. Also, a few thousand Fire i ricks,
arched and square.
Boiled Unseed OU, RLact paint, lied Lead, Galvanized
renciug Wire, ia, fic, tic.
Free Bnrnlnc Coal, of good qualltv, for plantation use,
at a low figure by the quantity.
East India Hlce, lu SO lb mats, equal to any for table use
or for Chinese, ill be sold at old rate. The quality war
Chi u.i Matting, ??o. 1 and No. 2 quality.
China Mat Bags.
A SUGAR MILL, ROLLERS 20 BY 36 IN.,
With gar complete, nade by Messrs. Mlrless, Talt it
waison, uuusow. A tun assortment or
BRANDIES. IN WOOD AND BOTTLE.
American, bcotch and Irish Whiskies,
WINES AND CII A MI' AONES
Of different brands. Including ttie celebrated Flsse Thorton
Co , English liottled Ale and Porter, McEwnn's, llass'
and other brands.
200 M Cood China Bricks.
Dundles rloop Iron, U and Ti Inches,
Ilurae Shoes, assorted sizes, &c, &c.t &c
117 3m nrtEEN, SIACFARI.ANK Co.
THE FINE BRITISH SHIP
' , 3 O 3XT ,,'
910 TONS REGISTER,
OROSART. SI ASTER,
Will be Due here in August
WITII A SPLENDID
Assortment of Goods,
Comprising a Large Assortment of
LINENS, COTTONS. WOOLLENS,
RANS0ME, SIMS A HEAD'S
Steel Ploughs and Coulters 1
HagrM and Ilncrirlug,
Oilclotli, Velvet Itnsra.
llass Ale, .
Blood Wolfe & Co's Ale,
Pig Grand Stout.
Wines aut! Spirits, Alcohol,
Champagne and Red Bar Claret!
FENCE WIRE, a
CORRUGATED IRON ROOFING,
BAR IRON, HOOP IRON,
CLAR1F1ERS FROM W. & A. M'ONIE.
And Weston's Centrifugals,
FROM MIRLEES, TAIT A WATS0Ni,
FOR SALE TO AKBIVE
THEO. H. DAVIES;
51 3m ,f
Ily 13. I. AIHMS.
REGULAR CASH SALE !
ON FBIDAY, - - - : JTILY 27th,
At O nt Salesroom,
BSST. OF NEW GOODS
Amoskeac Denlmt, Amoakea; Sheeting,
tloott Mills White Cotton,
American anil Knjliih Prints, '
Calico Shirts, Denim Shirts, Silk IUkfi,
Cauimere Pants, Wool Shawls, TurViih Towelf ,
Blanket., Fine White Shirts, Merino Underihlrta
Ladies' Hoie, Men's Sockt, Bridles and Bits,
Cmbrellat , Cotton and Linneo Thread, in.
G- r o o e r i e s, So.,
Yarmouth Corn, P. A M. Yeast Powder,
Soda Craekera, Golden Date Peach el.
Pie Fruits, Picklet. Sardines,
Mn Murray Oysters, Lobsters, Salmon,
Tobacco, llama and Bacon, Ac, Ac.
E. 1. ADAMS. Ancfr.
ON TUESDAY, JULY 31st,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. St.,
AT THE RESIDENCE OF MR. E. W. JORDAN.
Iaukul Street anil Nuuntm Avcuuc,
Wilt be Sold:
THE ENTIRE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
Centre Table, .
ONE Clf ANDEMER. four burners,
parlor Chairs FolJIng Chair. Ilrackets. llctures.
SinVI.Ml MACHINE: Hat Hack, Minor,
One Double-Banked Parlor Organ
Marble top Sideboard, Sheets, Pillow Cases,
ltamask Table Cloth, Napkins. ItlanLets,
lllack Walnut Wardrobe, bide Table, Washstand,
ItedsteadMattrasses, l'Ulows, Kocklng Chair,
Clock In good order. One IMolng Table,
Oak Dlntng Chairs, Table Covers, Hanging Lamps,
An AssortmenLof Crockerynare, Plated Ware,
HathtngTub, Kitchen Furniture. SleatSafe,
Water liter, X Ton of Coal, Corner Cupboard, &c, Ac.
E. P. ADA1IS, Auctioneer.
SALE of VALUABLE
GOFFuE & FOREST LANDS
ON SATURD Y, - - SEPT. 29th,
AT SOON, AT SALES ROOM OF E. P. ADAMS,
We will Sell
The Lands of Makahanaloa
Situate In tho District orllllo, Ilnnalt.
Thew Lands are adjacent to each other, making one
tract of about 7,000 acres In exteutnof which 1,875 acres,
more or less, are
Cane Laud, & the rest Oliia Forest Land
Much of which la 80ITAIILB FOH COFFEE. There Is a
Landing for boats at the beach.
Title An ard of the Land Commission, No. 8U9 B
Apanas seventeen ana eignteen.
This Sate offers a flue opportunity for Investment In
Sugar Culture, w Itb. an ample field for a flrst class Plantation
For further particulars tnqnlre of 8. D. DOLE, or E. P.
ADAMd. Charts at the Sales Room.
J. MOTT SMITH,
E. O. HALL.
Trustees of tbe Lunalllo Estate.
CM lOt E. P. ADAMS, Auct'r.
THE OAKLAND BANK OF SAVINGS.
OAKLAND, CAMFOItMA, V. 8. A.
C'aplt'l palit Iu niiil Kecrve 'uuil ) 8110,000
AkwU, Jnu'y 1st. 1977. f
E, C. SK43I0XS, IVcsuUnt. CJ1AS. ItO BERTS, Ouhitr
E. a Sessions. W. A. Aid rich,
A( W. Bowman , nnry Ilogert,
V. E. Miller, Wm. Power.
W. W. Cameron, W. II. Gl&tcoclt.
Deposits from any portion of the United States, Europe
or the Hawaiian Islands, may be eent by ull or expreas.
In coin or currency, or by draft on any business or banking
nous. A ptits book wllh proper entries will bo
returned for tbe Mime. liemlttancs In currency
will he credited In gold at current rates. The signature
of ihe depositor should accompany the flrst deposit. De
be made by anyone, but can only be withdrawn
by the sljroature of tbe Party In wbosa name tbe account
U opened. Married women and minors can moke deposits
In their own names, and may withdraw tbe same, upon
their own receipts, upon the same conditions as other depositors.
No entrance fee or charge for baalc books.
The securities for all loans made by this tunic, are scrutinized
w itn great care by the Board of Directors, and consist
almost exclusively of first class ileal Estate with
large margins : United states. State, County and City
Bonds, Ac. All stock! or other securities of uocwrtaJu or
fluctuating values are carefully excluded. The policy of
the Bank, being to obtain jCrrf, absolute security for return
of the principal, thcrtqfUr a rate of interest consist
therewith. Our unusually large aud IncrcslngCapIuil
and reserve Fund, no portion of which can bo withdrawn
by stockholders ontll all demands of depositors have been
paid In full, taken In connection with a careful and con
servalWe management, furnishes to depositors a guaraa
tee of safety as well as remunerative dividends.
Deposits can under ordinary circumstances be withdrawn,
as a, whole or In part, without notice (instead of
six months' notice being rt tired as formerly) a specified
In articles 3d and th printed conditions of agreement
with depositors. ISon resident depositors who wish to
withdraw their deposits, or a portion thereof, and desire
to bLve the some sent to them by the Bank, may da so
subject to tbe By-Laws, by pending a proper order abeam
panted by the pass book, with Iuiru:Uoris as to Ibe manner
In wblch they desire the money to be remitted. Sail
remittance however will be at the expense and risk of tbe
depositor. Blank orders foi this purpose will be furnish d
by the Cashier.
Term deposits remaining three full calandar months,
will b entitled todlvldends if interest. Salddlftdendsara
declared, and payable ta January and Jnly of each year,
and If not colled for In one month, wilt be credited to the
account and bear Interest as a deposit from date on which
they were declared .Ko dividend computed ou fractions or
dollars or for fractions of months. Dividends declared by
this Bank for the past and previous terms, have been at
the rate of 9 per cent per annum ; for tbe present term
and hereafter will probably not exceed 0 per cent.
For farther particulars se printed condltlous of agree
ment with depositors which will b eforwarded to any address
upon request, a copy of which is also appended to
each pass book.
A Ucneral Banking Business Transacted.
Onr own exchange on New Tork, Indon, Frankfort on
the main, Berlin and Paris, fqr sale.
Collections made and profttds remitted at current rate.
T1TE TJJTDERSIUNED. FOBHERI.T WITH
lit, Eckart, begs to Inmrm dtlxeaa of Honolulu and
the public generally, that be has taken tbe atore on Fort
Street opposite Odd Fellows Han, (formerly occupied by
Thoa. Tannatt,) wbere he will give special attention ta the
manufacturing and repairing of all kinds of Jewelry.
Particular attention given to Shell and Knkul Work.
car Will guarantee satisfaction In ail bis work.
2aHm WM. M. WESTER-
VALTHAM WATCH CO.
Waltham Watches, Wsitham Watches.
to be the
The most Sellable Timekeepers
In the WORLD, and surpassing all English, flwl,s and
French Watches, are to be bad In Oenulna IS k. Oold, and
Sterling Silver Cases.
Every Waica Warranted to be a Perfect
, , K.xcnrEajrr.
Bole Agent for Waltham Watch Co..
For the Uawauan Islands;
mv Trade aupptled on moat (avarablo terms, tu 3m,
Ily C; S. BARTOW.
ON THURSDAY, : : JULY 26th, II
At 10 o'clock A.M will : I,
A Selection of Dry Goods! t
Snail Let of Faralt.rc,
Fine Lot of Imitation Jewelry! U
Brooch. Lockets, Croses,
Lot of School Books. Choice Novels,
Pictures, Chromes and Picture Fr. A J
And m Variety oTOther Article.
C. S. BARTOW, AoctY.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE!
BOOSES AND PREMISES!
I am Instructed to sell at Public Aacltan,
at my Sales lloom,
ON SATUSD AY, - - AUGUST 4,
AT 12 O'CLOCK it..
(ill those Desirable Premises
Xo. 11 and 13 Itnltul IMaco. IramesMattly
oppoaito Use Residence of Mr. Ies
ONE LARGE HOUSE
v lib. veranda front and rear, rontalnlnc ionr rooms and
a hall main room 20x11 ; bed room, 12xa; dtnlacrsun,
puntry and coot bouse In a separate buildmj; I4i!S coo
house, IIxU ; cottage J rear, 23x11. of
rooms, veranda front and rear. Two small senses
store room, two bath booses, two. private honra, one low!
house, one housn suitable for a stable and camacje hoase.
On the premutts are a number of line trees f wwtnar, consisting
of breadfrull. manro, cocoonut, palma and ebjn:
trees all bearlar. ,
Government .water laid on, hydrant opixalte lata of
boose. Premises; can be Insured for one cent, yearly.
Title perfect, or no sale. ...,..
TKHSL3 One-third, cash: balance, tf desired, two er
three years, at 10 per cent. Interest, secured by moruxe
on the premises. Deeds at expense of purchaser. Any
further Information desired can be obtalaeu froas WAIV.
TEH 11. SEAL, or
C. S. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
AT AUCTION. . -
ON SATUEDAY, : AUGUST 4th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK SOOX,
At Salts Room vill be Sold:
THREE PIECES OF LAND
X. lol "7".y.
Mostly Kalo Land, containing about 10 Acres. For
particulars, apply to
C. S. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
Ono Bice Hill, Uue Elee lltillcr.
One Kicc I'oIIahcr.
New Can be worked by baud. Ma; be seen at
Sales Room of
C. S.BARTOW, Auctioneer.
House and Land for Sale
Ej SITUATED ATTIIE IIEAli orJTJDDaja
6a Street, In Honolulu, having about Seventeen cB
Jiufl Acres of Land, and belag the former residence i-
or Mr. Ira Richardson, inquire or
632 2m ALFRED S. nAimVELL.
Valuable Real Estate
The Lands of Kaawaloa & Kealakeakua
ISLAND OP HAWAII.
BORDERING AND KJtHKACITUldBaa,
the beautlfuh Bay orKealakeoltua, where feller
the famous Capt. Cook.
Tliese TSvo Lauds
An Area of 12,260 Acres !
Combining a great variety of Soil, Climate and Scenery.
The whole Fropcrty will be sold on reasonable terms,
with utl Ihe enclosures and Improvements : or In three
aeparate divisions, to suit purchasers.
First A large extent, mostly above the great ko forest,
admirably adapted for a Sheep or Cattle Ranch. Secondly,
XfJxo T3ost Oofloo TsfvrsclHa'
Partly fenced. Thirdly Lands well adapted to Sugar, '
Oranges, line Apples, Bananas, &c There are
Two Large 2-Story Swelling Honiei, j
Charmingly embowered with every variety cf (bade, i
Fruit and Flower, and three small lSTOHV HOUSES,
All located near the Steamboat Latitlluff of
A Choice Lot of Stock,
Will be sold with the place. If desired. Inquire of
J.D. PARIS, 1 Kona.
Or J. D. PARIS, Jew., f RawalL
Or OEOItQE P. (SNKIX, Esq..
Saa Jose, Cat.
Orange IIU1, Jnue 13th. 1ST7. 6jO zax
fV AIX SIZES, 1'JtOJt 12 UfCIIES TB 34
For sale or ll. McWXEST.
SAM'L G. WILDER,
Hawaiian Steamer KILAUEA!
Sailing- jDays as per Schedule I
TJaleis OUurwli. Ad'ertUed.
TICKETS ONLY AT THE 03TI0E
FREIGHT BILLS DUE 0 DEMAND
ImttSi OFFICE WITH WILD ZB&Co.
Elegant Dining ami Ice Cno Bamis,
BentOTed ta So. 45 Xatel
TJNBKKSiaXEB BJSef? TB ZiWTJrT
TUE customer, and the public generally tal he baa
taken tbe commodJooa piemuea dtracUy opposite bis eld
stand, formerly known as the " Can too Haiti," where be
la prepared to carry oath businesses1
A First Class Restaurant,
OPEJT X MeXBATT. JUSE 44.
and will serve the Choicest Viands and Ztefreafemsstsj ta
the market alSirds, with perfAct. cleaailnesa and seataesc
Single meals aerv4 at any hour of the Gay oe arsnia.
., AXWAT8 OK HASD.,..
Iced GimgerBeer, S da Water fclwmit
nonolulu, Jane 14, IsTf. (is Xba