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at Iolani Palace.
nit lUlcstj granted in audience on Tbnrtdsj
last, litis Iftu at Iolad Palace, to M. Ballleti, Con-
in! and Cornmirtloscr f! France, who was
lij his Chancellor, Godfrey Brown, Eeq.
BaHtrn addrrtaed Ilia Majesty as follows:
" J al virwneat Mrrtte' tTftre sur ore in uim lies
c Ksjaaxac dc sre MiJtl lin la pwtt da dealer vale-see.
4e caerre francs e.nl a vWie Hon Jala, rlnfrrnrt,
JeeabpSas .djaardhul, d'autstl plus hrarrnxjf
l i ca dc ikm OSders In pint dbilngnet k soln
tre 234 In ce la France 4 (sard d
TSCre pereJOiK et dc Toe srdet
ItiuciifS raoi Strc.dc toos presenter Mr. le Capitalne Patch.
tea ttneca regret led Leing oa one of the other Islands
tiynr domislgcs when the Uil trench
tbr taiemrt taccbed Jwe.
I am aipfkr td.y. and still mora so ai I leave la one of
Ofr tal oScere the aareeshle tuL of
rr lliii (such heller than I couVI) the sentiments of
la irftti to j oareelf end sal
ABow me. aire, u iteeesl la yod Captain Parch.
Cast. Patch then lpole at follows :
frist Je asia d' av&ir tie choU! par FAntiral
Ostftssi)daat en ClieJ rEscadre Francals da I'acjfique poor
veslr Do UU dc Js dire a Trtrc qoe Botre pays
,pe e rJ aaaic tlawaliea parts! es mcl tears amis
Oacaae dm tWdecenears el certsloemeTit cornse ceax qui
sts rait, jt prte Vatra da;reer m
alacia lea pvua aicefea dc moo respect et de rrolre aax ) tops-
aitUes dc la Irstm, dool fAralral Bi' a Ira! spcelalenimt
sc " sesis oonnera abearance.
are I am hippy to baec been chosen by the Admiral
CJcaaaaJl&f lfce French aaoadroa tX the Isc!fie loonce more
eiprea. la your Xajesty that oar country considers the
KiaclMa as one cf In beat friend.
Ule ciy peaiccoaon and ceruloly like my aceeriori. 1
to accept the of my blocrre
Ibejood U'of fraace, the Adaural
laela eepeoaliy eVpated me toaMareyoa f tltl.
Hu Mijcstjr rtplicJ at follcwi :
Cartaiae 1 aa CTaiifled ta receiee throoebyoa from the
AtLtmk comoiaodtif uc Freoh eqaidroo of tlie Pedfir,
tU aaraace of iba coollaaoi frUndabip of Fraoce toarirde
rnjcet yoa la csnrty to him my bffh
cd faU CDCeac.
I mm I apry lo, ceptaln. to rrcdrc yoor &rartocef of eio.
eae rfpon. aad J ibe food all cf Fraoce, ud I hope that
iar .i.j bare auay be both airtcaUi and pleaaanl to yoorKlf
Mr. CoamMeer and Cor.eul It (Irea me pleuare 10
joa loy, la order that yoa may In person present this
U4scai.bsd sficrr" charted to express the aeallacnti cf
FrsACX tosaids lajself and
Capi. Peach then introdaced the following ctScers
of the Linim Lieat. J. VilUame, Lieut. E. Lomier,
Estifct Simon, Guebird, and L'Orio, Dr. A.
Coaoex. and EirentiTe OSctr A. Lagarde.
His Majesty was attended by the members of the
Caller:, Jalgtt of the Supreme Ccort, Members of
tM Hocse cf Nob'cs asd Priry Coaccil, the Aetlcg
ChsaberlaJa and Staff OScerx.
A short tint was spent in general conTcrsation,
s&er which, the Commissioner M. BiUien, Capt.
Poecb, and the other gentlemen took their teste.
T&r faHOwlax ceotlemen harsthla day been appointed
Aiou lo rraat Varrlxce CertMleatra, ai follows:
T. 8ta, for IIarI, EaaaL
Iksvid Alawa. fur North Kona, ITaoalL
J MOTT SMITH. JtrnUter of the Interior.
Interior Dep&ruseEt,Oct, 1, 1977. ce:
, Oaardtsxn. AdrbUatratora,xecntors, and other
trt. bars; trost funds to Invest, are hereby notified that
Hawaiian CoTcrsment Bonds of denominations ot (100,
fSK.SUS, I ttOO, and jioCO.burlnc Interest of sir per cent,
per J ear, aria be rnned on application, to a limited extent,
JOHS M KAPENA.
Minister of Finance.
KnaacaI)ejtraaaot,AtirntS, 1677. CM
XU'aaSai OorernBtst Bonds, In denomination! of f 100,
flea, fsse, iioso, and MOO, bearlnc Intereat of ae en per
e-rat. per year, payable la not less than ten yeara, may be
fca3 to a Halted amsnat, nntll farther notice, on application
at tie ItawalUn Treasury.
JOBN 1L EAPEN'A,
Minister of Flhanc.
rinasce Department, Accost IT, 1677. 056
ma Excellency W. U. iloehonua has been appointed by
the Baud of Education. School Agent for the District of
Island of MaoL
V. JA8. SMITH, Secretary.
Edeeatlon OBce, AlBolanl Hale, Sept. 17, 1B77. Mi Jt
ArrtAla to tbs IsxExxxmsRV Cocbt. Oue of the
Jncicei tr tie Mipreme Court will sit at the Oonrt House
la nnoololo, for the trial of cases appealed from the
of Honololn to the Intermediary Court cf 'lahn,
on the text 7aariy or eiery month. AU appealed cases
wH reruUrij be beard on lue THal Diy next ecsulng
after tap appeal Is perfected, and will called In order ol
etoe of aoca appeal, blnnlnr at 10 o'clock A. M.. and
cnaer of stefsSli or flitinlmul of the appeal will be made for
Sy order of the JosMcea ot the Bcpreme Court.
JXO. E. BAIINAKD, Clerk,
nonctolu. September :Sth.3F77. CCS
Jeeter for North Eobala, Ilaaall, In place or D. K. Fyfe,
rea'cned. J. Jf. EAPEN'A, Minister of Finance.
Finance Department. Eept. 24, 1677. C6J
Ilia Excellency the President of the Cnlted States of
America, Our creat and (rood friend, baa accredited unto
Us, to reside near Onr Court, Ills Excellency James M
Qomtr. In character of Minister Resident of the Cnlted
States of America at Hoooluln ; and We require all Our
aabjeexs. and all Departments of Our Government, to pay
Iiln casderatlon to his person, his property, and bis retainers,
and to clve full faith and nttacb full credit to all
&to umcUl acts as such Minister IlealdeoL
Done at Iolani Palace. City of Honolulu, this S5th day of
September. A. D. 1677. EAI.AEAUA K.
J. Xlorr bUTTBT,
I 3t Minuter of Fcreurn Affairs, ad Interim.
For bale or Inae.
The Prmtlnr Presses, Type. Material, die., of the Office
Icaewn cs "The Hawaiian Gazette OiCce." Applications
so be made at the Interior OCIce.
tG St J. MOTT SMITn, MlnUter of Interior.
)Lease of Government Lands at Auction.
OS Saturday, October 17, 1S77, at 11 o'clock noon, wfll
to aoid at pubSc auction, at the front entrance of AUIolant
Hale, the Ocrernment Land of Klolokaa," Eau, llawalL
Tpaeu price. 0l
J. MOTT SMXrn, MlnUter or Interior.
Interior Oace, Honolulu. Sept, It, 1S77. 6rt It
Hat of Uccxskcm xplrinc In October.
I Chntr Faa, Ileela. KoouujpoVo.
K B rrW. Fort Street, Honolulu,
V wilder dt Co, corner Queen and Fort Sis,
loWooc Leone. Nnoasu Street.
10 O Ala, Merchant Street.
10 E o Hall Soo. corner King and Fort Sts,
10 Edsrard Hoffaann, Merchant Street,,-IS
Wine CztonxTal A Co. Hotel Street,
It A Lsmitb. Fort S treet,
IS S Macnln, Nuuann btreet,
IS J Ikrry, comer N cuanu and Hotel Sts,
SI Ah bang, raiama,
3 J II McLean. Nuuana Street,
SS M runups Co, Eaabumann Street,
71-IT Watcrttoose, Queen Street,
IB Malsdona, Xaceana, Lamu.
S Charf Pea. Punalua.
S fa t. Austin. Onomea. nilo.
IS tSBt &. Acbucs: Eaupakuea, HIlo.
SS-J Worth. Illlo.
S TCAcbc&c. Kallua, Eoua Atau.
1 H Macfaxlane dt Co. Eaahumann Street, Uonolnlo,
I BoUea a Co. Queen eJtrttt.
t Cbolan & Co, Nonanu street, .
9 Wilder t Co. corner Queen and Fort Sta,
H EO Hall 4 Son, corner Klnc and Fort Sis, "
IS Atone AAchocIt, 2funanu street,
ST Jamea Olds, mptre Houae,
SITant Brown, Merchant Street, '
? 3 McEearae, Eoolanpoko, Oahn,
1 KWWnecx, EaoaL
S TWtreratt, MauL
2?orth Eonsla, Hawaii
Z-O Waller. Metropolitan Market.
It-O V Sylra. Labalua, M1.
11 Jaa Wood. Kobsla, Hawaii.
10 US iaa. Hamakna, MaaL
3 AhCsaLKncanaStreet, Honolulu,
ft Ah or. Heals, Eoolaupoko.
SI intooe j Lopes J Boderlck. Smith's Lane,
Zt Toctonc. Marina Street,
SI A Walter, larisma, Mard, ;
FIBE ARKS. -
1111 Waurtonre, Eons, Oahn-
il Qua Derby, Hcoolala. '
4 UKPI0.N0H . IJ EnlannL o 17
1-2. E EapsVsnsts.yo
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rr "'" " g J mchsn1son,IbsIna, " '
-, x CAKE PEDDLIXO. , t
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AX INDEPENDENT JOUBNAL,
DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PROGRESS.
rDBLlSHKD AND EDITED I1Y
HENRY M. WHITNEY".
WEDXESDAV. OCTOBER 17. 1877.
Tut second birthday of the Princess
Kauokiu Kaiulani Kulaninniahilapalapu
Kaleioliatvaii daughter or Her Royal Highness
Miriam Likelike and Hon. A. S. Cleg-horn,
was celebrated yesterday by a grand
lnau at tVaikiki.
The occasion was honored ry the presence
of His Majesty the King and a largo proportion
of the persons most distinguished in official
and social life in Honolulu, including diplomatic
and consular representatives and
officers of the Liinier and Jamestown.
We expect that by the Mail Steamer City
of Sydney, due here to-morrow, advices will
be received from nis Excellency the Minister
of Foreign Affairs, as to the progress of his
mission to tho British Government. We look
forward to the resnlt of his negotiations with
great interest, but entirely without apprehension.
The character and abilities of our Envoy
and the well known friendly disposition
of Her Majesty's Government, combine to give
assurance that all questions at issue will be
settled in a manner consistent with the interests
and honor of both countries.
By a reference to the United States Debt
Statement, which we print among our foreign
news, it will be seen that the Xational Debt
was reduced during the month of August
3,SG9,539.75. The net amount of tho reduction
for the year ending September 1st, 1977,
was $39,712,100, whilo for the preceding year
it was 830,020,600. A Government which,
even in the hardest or hard times, can pav off
its debts at the rate of from thirty to forty
millions of dollars a year may be considered
to bo in a tolenbly sound financial condition.
We hope none of our readers will fail to
notice the communication we publish to-day
from a correspondent on Maui, giving an account
of the meeting held last Wednesday
evening at Wailuku, on behalf of the Hawaiian
Telegraph Company. The importance of this
enterprise to tho future development of this
country, seems to us too evident to require
any lengthened comment at our hands. Wo
are informed that some five miles of the line,
viz: from Makawao to Haiku is already actually
constructed. It is now proposed that
! the same be immediately extended via Kahu-
lui, Wailuku, and Waikapu to Lahaina. The
! character of the men engaged in the enterprise
render it reasonably certain tuat the connection
will be made with the latter place at no
distant day. This being once successfully
accomplished, ihe question of connecting Maui
with the other Isl.mds and with Oahu in particular
will become merely a question of
time, and, in our opinion, not a very long
time cither. It is our intention at an early
day to refer to this subject more ii detail.
The Advertiser appears to be " spoiling
for a fight." After searching in vara for
several weeks past for a grievance against us,
our " brother .Edittir" has concluded at last to
invent one. He asks us to remember that his
Excellency the Attorney General " attacked
him personally' in his card in the Gazette."
We are fortunately blessed with a pretty good
memory, but wo fail to remember the occurrence
in qnestion, for the simple reason that
if never happened. His Excellency's card does
allude to the attack of the Advertiser 011 himself,
but nothing in said card can, by any ingenuity,
be construed into an attack on tho
Editor of tho Advrrlisrr or on anyone clse.
Our "brother Editor" also saya that wo
"rated him for simply expressing some
for a number of children whoso dishonor
has been exposed by his Excellency's
procedure." This charge is quite as unfounded
as tho other. If the Editor of the Advertiser
has taken the trouble to read the Gazette
he knows perfectly well that we never did
anything of the kind. We challenge the
Editor of the Advertiser to point out a single
expression in the Attorney General's card
which can be regarded, even by implication,
as an attack on himself, either personal or
otherwise. As for ourselves, if our " brother
Editor" can find an article, paragraph, or
sentence anywhere in the editorial department
of the Gazette which bears out even in
the slightest degree, his complaint of having
been "rated" for expressing sympathy for
these unfortunate children, wo invite him to
publish it in full.
Br the W. H. Meyer and Una, wo have San
Francisco papers to September 29th.
Tliero was no material change in tho position
of affairs at the seat of war.
There appears to bo considerable doubt
however about the truth of tho reported Turkish
victory at Biela.
The question of entering upon negotiations
looking to peace is Teported to have been
under discussion at a meeting of Cabinet Ministers
in St. Petersburg.
Abundant rains have fallen in many of the
worst famine districts of India, and tho crop
prospects were improving.
Great excitement and uneasiness exists in
political circles in France, as a result of the
recent manifesto of President McMahon.
The celebrated astronomer Leverrieris dead.
A destructive fire occurred on the 21th of
September, iu the Patent Office Building at
Washington, resulting in extensive damage to
the building and the destruction of many
thousands of models. The public books and
records contained in the building were mostly
saved, as were also many revolutionary and
other relics of inestimable value.
An eastern bound train on the Union Pacific
Railroad was boarded and taken possession
of by a band of some twelve or thirteen robbers,
at s place called Indian Springs, and
plunder to the amount of over SGO.OOO successfully
Those of our readers who are interested in
Europeon affairs will not fail to notice the remarkable
address of President McMahon to the
French electors, an abstract of which appears
among our foreign, news. Did we not
dislike to use slang, especially when treating
of important public affairs, we should be
tempted to say that the one word which most
fully and fitly characterizedHhe whole performance,
was " cheek."
For a man who occupies the nominal position
of President of a Republic, to tell the
voters, in substance, that the only way to secure
peace and harmony in the government is
to vot to lustnia bin and his administration,
is, to Bay the least of it, decidedly cool.
When, however, we come to consider that the
men whom his fellow citizens are thus called
upon to vote against are Republicans in reality
and by conviction, and that they are to be rebuked
at the polls for the very reason that
they are such, and would, if in power, seek
to make France a Republic in reality as well
as in name ; the real force and bearing of the
Presidential manifesto becomes apparent.
Notwithstanding the many acts of injustice
and folly by which his administration has
been marked, wo have been thus far disposed
to believe that the Marshal-President was
simply a somewhat narrow minded and wrong
headed man, whose military education and
life had rendered him incapable of entering
into the real spirit of Republican institutions,
and who was to a great extent under the control
of a set of aud anti-republican
The policy pursued by his administration
of late, however, looks very much as though
in case the nation returneil an adverse majority
at the next election, ho would bo pro-pared,
if ho saw a reasonable hope of success,
to overthrow the Republic, either in the interests
of the exiled Bonapartes or of some
kind of military dictitorship" of which he
should be the head. The Republicans of
France have never had greater need for firmness
and wisdom than at tho present time,
but we believe they will bo equal to the
emergency, and that whether in victory or in
defeat, they will show to tho nation and to the
world a spirit, and bearing worthy of statesmen
and of patriots.
A visit we made a few days since to the
Governmrnt Reform School for Boys, has suggested
to our mind tho question ; why should
there not be some similar institution provided
for girls ?
That the boys' school has done, and is still
doing a good work, is a fact so generally
known and admitted as to require no discussion
at our hands. Even in an economic sense,
leaving all higher conHiderations out of account,
we believe the present Reform School
is worth to this Kingdom more than all it
costs. But in a matter of this kind we have
no right to leave higher considerations out of
account. The diffcrencis to tho community
bettveen a young man growing up idle, depraved
and vicious, and one who is acquiring
habits of industry, sobriety and thrift is not to
bo measured by the difference in their productive
capacity, or to be expressed by the
statement that one is a producer and the other
a consumer. Tliia idea is, to a certain extent
at least, recognized in the management of the
existing Reform School, whoso object, as wo
understand it, is not only to train up the inmates
of the institution in habits of useful
industry, but at the same time to impart to
them a plain but substantial education, and so
far as possible, establish them in sucli sound
ideas and habits as shall tend to make them
in other respects useful anl respectable members
of society. But if mch an institution,
conducted on such principles, is really needed
here for boys, which wo think, hardly any
one qualified to judgo will deny, can it bo
fairly said that the same or something similar
is not equally needed for girls ?.
The lack of proper homo influences and
sound parental discipline in a large proportion
of native families is a matter of common notoriety,
and the disastrous results of such a
state of things are quite as apparent in the
female as in the male portion of tho rising
generation. That there are considerable numbers
of girls who, for their own good -and for
tho good of society, ought to be put under
some stricter and better restraint than that
provided by their parents end friends, is juot
as true and just as evident as that there are
boys similarly situatod. Tho danger of wayward
and untiained girls growing up into depraved
and vicious women is quite as great as
that of boys, under similar circumstances, developing
iiito hoodlums and criminals; and
the danger to society from tho former class is
in some respects even greater than from the
latter. There has been considerable said in
our papers lately about tho "moral tone" of
society in this community. The moral tone of
any society, with any claims to be considered
civilized, depei ds mainly on its women, and
wo not only ought not, but wo cannot, afford
to leave any, no matter how humble their
station, to grow up in ignorance or vice for
want of proper restraint and discipline. To
meet the want we have referred to, there is
needed an institution to which suitable cases
can be committed in such a way as to give as
full legal" control over them as would bo exercised
by a parent or guardian, and with full
power to maintain that control without
or interference from outside parties,
whether relatives or otherwise, until such
time as they should either be of full age or
should in the judgment of the proper authorities
be fitted to discharge their duties as members
Of course wo do not claim that tho proposed
institution should be in all respects an exact
duplicate of the one now in existence. No
doubt the plan and organization of the latter
would require important modifications to fit it
to secure the best results, 'in tho case of
young persons of the other sex. But that an
institution is needed, which should do for a
large class of our girls, substantially the same
work which the present Reform School aims
to do for a corresponding class of boys, appears
to us sufficiently evident. We hope the
next Legislature may be induced to tako the
matter up in earnest, and make somo suitablo
provision for supplying the want we have indicated.
Murder on tke IIIrIi Sens.
If the following, which we copy from the Alia, is
authentic, an individual quite well known in this
part of the world has at last closed his earthly career,
and in a manner quite appropriate.
" Captain Hayes of the schooner yacht Lotus,
which left this port October 9th, 1878, for tke
Islands, was murdered in March last by tbe cook,
a Dutchman, who shipped in Samoa as cook' and seaman.
The Lotus left Bonbam Island, one of tbe
Marshall Group, bound for Aborn, one of the same
group, about 120 miles southwest. Six days after
she came back, and the following information was
obtained from the man acting as mate. Tbe second
day out tbe Captain spoke to tbe man at the wheel,
who was tire cook, about his steering. Some altercation
followed, when tbe Captain went below.
When he came up the companion-way, some time
after, tbe man let go tbe tiller and struck Captain
Hayes on tbe head with the crotch belonging to Ibe
main boom. lie fell, and immediately expired. No
firearms of any kind were fonnd on bim. Tbe acting
mate at that time was below, sleeping. Tbe
vessel returned to Bonham as soon as possible.
The Csptain was buried at sea. Tbj Maggie Johnston
arrived at Bonham tbe latter part or March. The
matter was explained to Captains Bliven and Henry,
and it was found that the mate, not having signed
any articles or pspers uf agreement to bind himself
to the vessel, had no control over her at all. Rumors
about ber goingaway to other islands in other bands
got about, whieb caused Messrs. Oopelie A Co., a
large German firm there, to ask Captain Bliven and
Henry, as American cititens, to do something In regard
to the matter. The only thing Ihev could do
was to deliver the vessel's papers to Copelle 4 Co.
fur safe keeping, until her owner in San Francisco
could communicate instructions. Tbeacting mate
was left in charge, and did everything possible to-fix
things up. An inventory of all goods on board was
takon, and all were stored in Copelle & Co's." warehouse.
The vessel was to be moored to a 16001b anchor,
calls unbent and put ashore in the warehouse.
All this was not completed when tbe Maggie Johnston
left, on May 15th but it was expected that everything
would be fixed oa that day.
Mnprerac Court, Oct. Term, 1877.
Continned from the 6th instant.
Before Mr. Justice McCully.
Oct. 8. W. S. PahuknU rs. W. 6. Parke, administrator
of C. Kanaina, deceased, assumpsit on a promissory
note for $2500 and interest. Tried by a mixed
jury who, after an abieuceof 30 minutes, returned
a verdict for the plaintiff in fall, three dissenting.
J. M. Daridsun fur plaintiff, A. S. Hartwell fur defendant,
excepts to the verdict as contrary to law and
Before Mr. Justice Judd.
10. Pekelo r. W. C.Parke, administrator of C.
Kanaina, deceased, asruniprit for work and la,bor
dune and performed on fi.'li ponJ. Vf. R. Castle fur
plaintiff, A. 8. llaitwell fur defendant. TiiU case
went before a mixed jury, but was discontinued by
plsintiff's omnsel ; the plaintiff stated the agreement
tu be that be was tu bate the use of the Ssh pond in
questiun until he was reimbursed or his outlay upun
it, and tbal be bad Ibe nse f it at the present time,
and therefore could not show that ho claimed for
work and labor dune and performed.
II. Aho vs. PiieSaurin et al., action of covenant.
Tried by a mixed jury who returned a verdict iur the
plaintiff for $162.95. A. S. Hartwell for plaintiff,
. Preston for defendant.
Xakuaimanu vs. llalstead and Qordon, ejectment.
Tried by a mixed jury who returned a verdict under
direction of the Cuurt fur plaintiff, subject to a ques
tion referred fur tbe full Court as to whether the
ststule of limitations runs against a joint tenant
claiming from a common ancestor.
Before Mr. Justice McCully.
12 Emma Kaleleonslani rs. J. Mott Smith et al
trustee under the will of II. M. Lunalilo, ejectment.
Tried by a mixed jury who, after an absence of 15
minutes, returned a unanimous verdict for the plaiu
tiff with nominal tUmsees$l. Preston and Brown
fur plaintiff, Hirlrrell and Bole for defendant, wbu
excepted to tbe verdict us contrary to law and evidence.
13. Knpele vs. Kahanauut." Motion for new trial,
argued and submitted.
.The Kins vs. Morris Rose, assault with intent to
murder. Prisoner pjeaded lot guilty, and case stood
over till next term upjn Allug a bond for $2000. E.
Prcstnn for defendsbt.
BY AN E.VERUETICYilI'XU WAX, LATELY
from California, permanent employment the
principal object. Address " W. It. It.," office of thla
paper, cs 1 1
Notice to Creditors.
JX Tlln JIATrElt OF T1IK ESTATE 1)1' HIS
Jt late Itoyal lluthne. Prlncs H'UIUm Pitt Leliluhoku.
AU persons liavlujt cl'Jms axalnst thl. Esute. whether
secured by mrig tge or otherwise, are required to forward
such claims with particulars thereof, duly verified, tr tho
iinderoiffned, bimou Kaloa Kaal, Administrator of the
said Kstate, at his office, Koakopua, Honolulu, within six
months irom the date of the flrst publlcaton of this
or they will be foreter barred.
Aud all persons Indebted to the sdd Kstate are hereby
requited to pay the some to the undersigned forthwith.
SIMON ICtUll KAAI, V
AHinlnUtrstlnn of tho t?ar.to nf
Tils Itojal Highness Win. P. Leltlohokn. 1
Dated tnis stn aay or uctooer, 18. r. ces it
s. c. auxv. si. p. aosiasoK
AIssURX & Komssos.
At Robinson's Whsrr,
Dealers in Lumber and all kinds of Building
Materials, Paints, Oils, Kails, &c, 4c, ic,
aoxxTs or senooaxas
G23 Honolulu, Tlawaiian Islands. ly
Coffee Saloon and Boarding House
HOP WO, OS MCRCIIAXT STIIEET,
OF will carry on the business as formerly done by tbe
above Hop Wo; nill setUa all accounts for and against
tbe business up to October 1, 1S77.
681 St W05CQ AHANA.
The I'lnlerslcnocI brut.
Just Received from San Francisco !
HY LATE A1UIIVALS, A
Large and HandBome Assortment
fauch as Frames, Velvet Cases, Union Caies, dc.
A NEW STYLE OF PHOTOGRAPHS I
Printed in Porcelain,
Portraits in Alba Plates,
A Style never before Introduced in Honolulu.
And also begs to say that he Is prepared to take Photo
graphs from Lockets, and produce a Picture 17x:o, a size
nblch will be remembered by Honolulu people some yeara
ago, made by Mr. Weed.
Etery facility will be found at his Establishment
To take any and all kinds of Pictures.
Aljed by tbe elements and the advantages of human Ingenuity
and enterprise. Give him a Call.
6593m A. A. MONTANA.
HAW. BARK "E. C. WYLIE,"
130 Days from ltrcmcu,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
English, German and French
Cottons. Linens, Woolens, and Silk,
Cloths and CaBhir.eres, Shirts, Towels,
Shawls, Clothing, Hdkfs, Hosiery, Ribbons,
Cutlery, SheetZinc, Tin Plates, Sheet Lead,
Corrugated Roofing, Fcnco Wire, Hoop Iron,
Centrifugal Linings, Leather Belting,
Burlaps, I. E. and Flax Packing.
ONE COTTAGE PIANO.
Toys, Paints and Oils. -
Stationery, Printing and Wrapping Paper.
Powder and Shot.
Yellow Metal Sheathing and Nails.
Portland Cement. '-
Stockholm and Coal Tar. .
Tallow and Molasses Containers.
WINES, ALES AND SPIRITS.
&c, &a, &c.
For Sale by
H. HACKFELD & Co.
a. For Sale by
I7 EOLLES A Co.
Small Size Manila Rope,
SIXTH, Oth, 13th. IU, and 1 1-2. and
HAY BOPS, Jnst received per W. H. Meyer."
tT Forfcalaby BOU.E3 A Co.
For San Francisco.
Tbe A I ITavrallnxi Barque
f&"R. C. WYLiIB,"
II. TVOLTERS, Baiter.
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Port
For Freight and rasugr, apply to
SU II. 1IACKFEL1) & CO., Agents.
For Portland, Oregon.
THE FAST SAILING BAKKENnNK
nf! Jane A. Falkinburg,
Will have Quick Dispatch for the ahove Port
For Freight or Passage, apply to
881 CASTLE A CCOKE, Agents.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
THE SI'EEXMD STEAMSHIP
CITY of JJ EW YORK
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
Oa or about Tuesday, Nov. 6th.
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND !
THE SPLEXDID STEAMSHIP
CITY OF SYDNEY!
DEAKBOR.V. COMMAND Ell.
On or about Oct. 18th, 1877.
For; Freight and Passage, ftpiily to
659 3m H. HACKFKM) & CO., Agents,
dsT floods for shipment per steamer can now be stored
In the nteamer'st wurehouse fret vt storage.
SIIEPUEBD, list JIASTEIl.
Thursday, Oct ti Circuit of Kanal
Tuesday. Oct 30 llllo
Tuesday, November 1 Punaluu
Tue.day, ovemoer 13 tiuo
Friday, November 21 Kawlllwlll
Monday, Xovem ber it Circuit of Hawaii
ear Xo C'reillt rr Pnaance Jlouey. -to.
Tickets nt the ofllco ouly.
ICo berth will be considered as taken unUI paid (cr. Xo1
resnonslble for unmarked llaggage or any Freight or Pat
eels unless receipted for.
Freight Money Due on Demand.
SAMUEL O. WILDER, Agent.
OHce with Wilder A Co., corner of Fort it Queen Street
FOR EUROPE VIA NEW YORK
Two Sailings Every "Week,
FOK LIVERPOOL, x
From 2Veto York every Wednesday,
From Boston evert; Saturday,
RATES OF PASSAGE:
Cabin $80, 8100 mid 3130, Gold,
Accordlug to Accommodation.
RETDIUf TICKETS ON FAVORABLE TF.RMS.
Stecraco . .... 828 Currency.
For further Information apply to
WILLIAM!, 11LANCIIARD Co ,
9J State bu, Boston,
C. O. FIIANCKLT.V,
4 Bowling Green, New York.
Notice to Tassengers front Australia, New Zealand nnd
Honolulu The Cunard IJne affotds more than usual facilities
to through passengers from ports, Ibe
frequency of Us saillug precludiug at! possibility of delay
In New York.
Good accommodaUons always reserved.
C. O. FRANCKLYN,
SU ly 4 Bon ling Green, New York.
DISPATCH LINE FORSAN FRANCISCO!
3jt C. Browor & Co. Agents. Ji
QMerchandiie received Storage Fret nnd2J2c
libera, caih rlTncci made on iblpn cnta by thla line.
C. BREWER k CO.
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
C. Browor &. Co. Agents.
Favorable arrangements can always be J
made for storage and shipment of Oil, Here, Wool, Hides an
other Merchandise to New Bedford. Boston, New York an
ither cistern Ports. Air Cash Advance, msde.
C. BKEWER 4 CO.
Pianos for Sale.
O.NE SPLENDID ClIICUEniXG
Probably the finest instrument of this celebrated make,
ever Imported into this Kingdom.
One Superior Thalberg Square Piano,
Lately received. Both Instruments are In good condlUon
and tune. Cau be shipped to any part of tbe group.
Win Apply to II. M. WHITNEY.
Truth i3 Mighty and will Prevail.
THE r.VDEKSIO.MED IS (IT Tils'
Sole Agent of tbe Waltbam or any other American
natcn u.. out is prepared to sell an Watches, especially
these of American manufacture, on tha
lowest possible terms. To prove this, be only asks the
public to price his blocs; before purchasing elsewhere.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry cleaned and repaired, and
warranted. Charges reasonable.
Watch Crystals Inserted lor S3 Cents.
Having secured the services or a first-class Jeweler, I
am now prepared to manufacture all kinds of
Gold Jewelry, 8etts, Chains. Locket.
Bracelets, and Collar Buttons,
Aloha and Seat Rings, Etc., Etc.
Kninl Hut Jewelry in any Desired Style.
Shells mount'eofln Gold or Silver to suit Customers.
Diamond anting a specialty.
All orders trill receive prompt attention. Highest market
price for old Gold or bllver.
Ofllee 17 Merchant Street.
Bark Courier and Sent-, W. II. Meyer.
FRUJf MAX FRANCISCO. Golden Gat ExT
Golden Gate Rakers Extra Flour,
Superfine Flour, Ca-ea Bread.
Cases Crackers. Assorted, vlx :
Soda, Oyster, Wafer, link, Fancy. c &e
Bal03 Oat Hay, Lime, Rubber Paint,
An assortment of Rubber Faints In all shades and Colors
For sale low by US BOLI.E3 . CO-
JONATHAN AUSTIN HA 8 BEEN A
MB. su a partner In the Onomea and Paukaa
Plantations. In the District of lltlo, Hawaii, from July I.
1677. and the business to both places win be conducted
under the name and style of a. L. AUSTIN & CO.
665 tt 8. L. AUSTIN.
LXDY ICTSITES AN ENGAGE.
ment aa Companion, Companion-Governess, or Secretary
In tho Sandwich Islands by November. Vo salary
hut expenses. Address "4," P. O. Box No. xt, Boston,
Ifasa. HI Im
Startling Revelations !
On the 12th of last month, two of the leading Dry Goods Merchants of San
Francisco were detected in the act of
Passing Whole Cargoes of Merchandise under Fraudulent Invoices,
Their Goods were seized, and Sheriff Noonan offered them for sale
Tho San Francisco Market is glutted at present, and onr offer of
42 Cents on the Dollar!
Was Readily Acceptcds The Consequence is that the
GREAT EASTII. AUCTION HOUSE !
IS HOW ENABLED TO OFFER
Aberdeen Sultlnjt. .....:... ... 25c per yd
Mohair, Latest Shades... ...- 25
Herman l'oplinets 23 "
Waterproof ..." Ti
lllack Silk, extra heavy.. 2 00
Satin Grenadines- 50 "
Delaines .... 12) "
Urcnadlnu ,. 12 "
10 Doien Felt, at
10 " " ,. ...H.... ...
io " " ."".".!"".'".."....
5 Delta Extra Fine, at
10 Slratr Hats, at
10 Straw Hats, Ladies', at
2 " Eugene, at.....
..$ 0 T5
.. 1 00
.. 1 25
.. 1 50
.. 3 00
- 1 00
- 0 50
- 0 23
Ladies' Chemises, at., 0 75
' Skirts, " 1 25
" Drawers, " 0 50
" Blouses, " 1 00
" Blouses, plsin, at...... ........ 0 75
Grass Cloth, Seal Brown - 0 121
Cnttnin Lace, per yard 0 25
CASTLE & COOKE!
NEW GOODS AT HAND AND EXPECTED
er slt3.3. Sail Vessel,
From San Francisco, New York and England.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMEN TS.
The Genuine Improved Paris Plow with Boiling Coulter.
Moline Plows, heavy and light Cast Steel,
Eagle No. 2, and XI Steel and XO Steel Plows,
Moline Horse Plows, Cast Steel, No. 40 & SO
Cultivators, Ox Yokes and Ox Bows, 1J. 1 and 2 in.; Hoe., Rakes, Shovels, Spsdes. Oos and Scythes,
Pick and Axe Mattocks. Pick Axes. Crow liars. Iron and Sleet. Cane Kntve. Axes. Hatchets. Adi.s, io.
Cut Nsils, 3d to 60d ; Cut Spike. 6, 7, 8 ; Wrought Nails, 2 to 4 inch ; Finishing Xails, 6. S. 10d"; Cooper's
Rivets, 4 lb. 3 lb and 41 black. Centrifugal Cloth. ID. 12 and It in;h ; aa!raniiej Wire Cloth, 1 tu 3 Mesh,
10 nnd 24 in.; Babbit .Metal, best Americsn, 0 and So. 1 ; Canal Wheelbarrows; Hoop Iron. I. !. I and 1
inch ; Axe, Pick, Oo, Sledge. Adte and Hoe Handles,
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF HARDWARE AT LOW PRICES.
Ilnbbuck's Boiled and Raw Linseel Oil, nubbuck's Puro Lead and White Zinc. Fire-proof Paint, a Larze
Assortment of Paints in Oil in I and 2 lb tins; Copal Damar and Bright Varnish ; Valentine's Best Asit'd
DOWNER'S, DEVOE'S, AND PRATT'S KEROSENE OIL,
Direct from the Manufacturers.
Brooms. 8-Card Matches. Ilingham Backets, Comet and Japan Tea. Golden Gate and Orcein Floor: Paint,
Varnish, Shoe, Horse, Stove aud Stencil Brushes ; Blackinjr, Whitinc. Borax, Alum. Saltpetre, Catb. Soda,
Cream Tartar, Camphor, Soap ; A Nice Assortment of PURE English Spices ; Golden Gate Jams and Table
CALL AXD EXAMINE OUR
ASSORTMENT OF CHANDELIERS, STUDENT AND STAND KEROSENE LAMPS!
CHIMNEYS OF ALL STYLES, AND GLOBES, Eto,
DOT OT VA11IETY!
Amoskeag Denims, Tick". Drills and Bleached Cottons ; Utica Langdon Mills Amoskeag; and Parkins Flo.
Cottons , Best English Prints. Horse Blankets. 100 icch Sheeting. Finest Linen Sheeting. 100 In. wide:
Pillow Cotton and Linen, Russian Diaper and Crash, Victoria Lawn, Silesia and Cambrio, All Wool aad
Cotton and Wool Waterproof, AU Linen and Union Linen Pant Stuffs ; Finest, Medium and Common 4-4
and 7-SAH-Wool Flannel.
A Large Assortment of Stationery.
Agents for Jayne's Patent Medicines, a full line ; Giant Powder Co., Willcox a Gibbs', and Singer Selnr
Machine Co.; Blake's Steamp Pumps, best in tbe market
Asbestos Steam Packing, Superior to any other in the market ; Asbestos Cement and Boiler CoTtrtoff"
I R Hose, 1. 1 In, 11, 1J and 2 in ; I R Packing. 1-18, 1 8, 318 aud 1-4 Inch.
Also, Three Fine Pianos, from a Celebrated Boston Manufactory.
IlILI. BE SOLD CHEAP.
STILL FURTHER REDUCTION ON SEWING MACHINES!
CASTLE & COOKE
Can Furnish the Singer New Family Sewing Machine I
Equal to any other Doable Thread Maehine, for $35.
Singer Tailor Manufacturing Machine, for $551
As proof or the Superiority of tbe SINGER MACHINES, their sales numberJIORE thaa all t!w
in the world, put together. Also, on hand.
The Wilcox & Gibbs' Automatic Machine.
The easiest running, simplest and only noiseless Machine, tbe Ladies' favorite, for $30. Hi Ia
Cotton and Hemp Duck.
flsTX fff YARDS COTTO.V DUCK.
lilsUl (Lawleuce)Xo. 1 to lo.Jnst received,
ex Corlne a, and other arrivals.
6,000 yds Woodbury Cotton Duck, all numbers,
6,000 rds Hemp Puck, Long Has and Merchant Navy,
Also, Cotton llavens. Cotton and Hemp Twine, Aa, dc.
For Bale by '6 lv) A. W. CO.
Best Ash Oars.
Al'DU eet to as feel lonB.
For Wale hr B1 11 A. W. PEIRI'K 4 Us,
For Sale by
E. O. HALL & SON.
H AVISO UUKU JEST RECEIVED FROH PITTS-
A Supply of these Pickets,
W lake pleasure In offering them to the public as the
ORNAMENTAL AND DURABLE
And at tke same time the cheapest rniterlal of which to
tulld a fence A fence made of the ahuve material can he
seen on Nuuanu Avenue, about half a mile from town.
It requires two plcketa to a loot of fencing, and Iher can
be put np In a variety of wars.
For further particulars Inquire of
Ml Im z. O. HALL A BOM.
Just Arrived, Per Steamer.
Moonlight ."choltlscbe. Introducing the popular rr clods',
"Oh, re., we all will be dsr." by B.lfehden.
W. Are Happy, Outng Mother, Boug and Chorus, by
Jaa. J. Daynea.
Llttl. Eyelids, t with Weeping. Song.
Chimes of Silver and Oold, for rtano, by Jesn Paul.
She's Just a Sweet Bouquet, song and Dance.
When he's Absent. I'm Alone, bong and Chorus. Untie
by Jaa. J. Darnes.
Don't make a Noise. Schotnsrhe.
Don't Tie to a Man yoo Don't Know. Song and Chorus,
bong of the Brook, by Jean Pant
Fanchou Polka, by H. J. Wldmer, Etc.. Etc., Etc
For sale at H. M. WniTMEY'B.
Real Estate for Sale or Lease.
SETEBAIs VEBT DESIRABLE
I.A.R0E A!fD SMALL,
Located in different parti of ihe City.
With Gardens, anjl every convenlince, and In
perfect order. Enquire of
37 tf nCOO 8TANOS3JWAID. M. D
Manila and Hemp Cordage.
QtfssTls Coils ji I
OUW agt, a tall assortment, all sizes. I
sorsuu. op Lts iyj a. W. rELBCE A CO.
Alpaca and Linen Coats, at
Tweed Suits, heavy, at..,
lilack Frock Coats, at
Dine Sack Coats, at......
Cnttonade Pants, at-... - ..
Linen Vests, at..................
Linen Dusters, at .............
Hunting Suits, at.........
$ 1 00
. 5 00
, 3 00
. 10 00
I 0 75
. 0 75
. 3 00
. 1 23
. t 30
. 1 25
. 0 50
. I 50
10 Doit!) Dents' Slippers, at...
10 " Ladies' Slippers, at. . .....
10 Ladies' Buckle Ties, at
10 Ladies' Rosettt Ties, at
10 " Foxed Shoes, at......
20 " Children's Button Kid,
Children's Ankle Tics, at
20 ' Ladles' Elastlo Side, at
Ladies' Linen Drsssei, 3 pieces... . ; 4 09
" Cambric Dresses, 3 pieces-' 3 00
Cambrio Dresses. 2 pieces.. : oo
Boys' Lace Caps ....... 1 00
Oirls' Lace Caps -..-..-- .. I 50
Children's Shawls... . .... 0 25
Silk Handkerchiefs........... ... . 0 50
1JJ CHAMBER. CIRCUIT JLDUCSECeXB
Jmllclal Circuit, It. I In the matter of the Estate of
ltev C 8B..BLK. of Lahaina. Mact deceased.
Or, reading and flllni the application of ThoJ.
Administrator of the Estate of Her. Ci fVarle. lata
of Lahaina. Maul, deceased, asking that a Urns aad JU
be aet for bearlns; claims against snM Eatve, t.r
tbe or said Administrator, and that be and
htssuretles be discharg ed, and the property distributed
according to law. T
It Is Ordered, that TUESDAY. Noven-Si? ta.lR..at
10 o'clock A. it,, at tha Court llonse. la I.sMlna. JCaat, be
aet as the Urn. and p!aca for hearlns; the said apptieatjoa :
and all parties lntertsted In aald Saute ar. hertbr ,U31
to attend and show cause. If anr iher have, wbr the
of the Administrator should not b tntnud.
w . Circuit Jndre, 3d JndIctairjUtrlct.ir. I.
Trustee of the Estate of Henry T. roor.
deceased, vs. W. rinehau Wood and wife, and T. W
Hutchison. Petition for foreclosure.
Soprcm. Court. Hawaiian falanda.
To W. a Parke. Esq , Marshal erf tha Hewetan Islands.
Or his Depu ty a reetlng t .
Yoo are eommandsd, by order ot the Hcaotahl. A
Francis Judd. Justice of tha Boprrm. Court, and Yles
S . '.. '""""'' . rmeuasa hHwlfe.
and F.VV. llutehleon.or ironolult defendants, to be and
appear before him. the libreaakUastlca. at his Chambers in
."wmSI ".ZSW" 9" of Honolulu. iuad f oaho.
..;.!. ? anai why- thi prayer or Aiaod.r J.
rartwrlght. Trustee of the estate ef n,nry r. Poor.a
Arirt h.ti. b v r"nI"nt hereto aanesrd.
your proceedlnga thereon.
Witness the Honorable Fpots Judd. Jostle ef tt
ir a.j Buprsme Court, at Ilonolula. uis ISA day il
July, A. D. 1517.
JXO. E. BjULIaWi oca.
I hereby cirtify teat the a urn eepy af tke
original summons flled tithe sn ow mut tta Knee
In witness hsrse( I huv b - Btrfcasslass
L. a.) seal, this 2Wdsy of Jii 4 H, 1ITI.
BY VIRTUE OF A WHT. IS 81 En eOT
of tie Bopreme Court In i Tt J KOmiZZ.
for one hundred and 'WUra. aatirf
A nana rtarMirlant T hsats... a . .... - ' " J
aalTon the id"cay ofori'rrA.T3'.
terest ana costs be previously ralStflM.
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Jfsnife8 1S0u,a " muniment at Hsu talW,
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'A SERICA-V XBW BIT aso "Bias