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Phitei or the Moon lor the Month of Hot- 1877.
0 JYrrxtrai tjr OipU Daniel Snith, Earberwuuttr.
4th New Moon. in is, r -
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zjm Full Moon.. II HI .u
7Ul Lut Quarter ,, . .
TIME SUN RISING AND SETTING.
lt Sun Rises 6 OS J M (,nn s.u j .JQ.J r
tn Snn Rises 6 11.0 a m Sun Set. i Horn
16th won ltlwi6 1I.J a Sun Set S 15.5 ru
.n4Sun Rises IS.S A m Sun rts S 14.x ru
30U1 Sun Rises 6 tt.0 a M fun Sets 1 110pm
ItOAOLCLV. XOVMXUF.lt SI. 1J.
Ws) have but Ultle to report under tbe commercial brad
for th. i.t wwt. fjenrral bnalneta li rather dull, and
tlma l Ua no arrival from th. Cct wlih the exception
oT the mail .learner on WVlneaday nlrbt Ia.t.an4uue lumber
tmkL With the eieeplkn .f th. Au.lr.tL, the only
ftrehru arrivals bare l.een the barkentln. Jtpb PerUtia.
Johbaoil, 8 da ys from P.rt T.wuaettd, with a cargo of
tbe ahallog bark Snnnsn, Campbell, Irnm tbe Arctic;
and the barkantioaCriatina, Capra. todays from lloncttua.
Th. latter veaael bad en.oount.ied very rvogu weather, and
only put In here Tor neeeaaary reialnu
The V II Almy leR Sau FraDciaco Oct 30th, auj II Dow Si
days out, and doe at auy time.
Tbe DC Murray l 18 dan out. and about dee. Hie tin
s full cargo on board tnclujlnc eonie valuable lire stoete.
The whaling bark Mercury bta arrired at llllo with no
rfi am board, baring sn!rrd her cargo t.i San Franciaco by
tbe Legal Tender, J DM libla of oil and 10,0)0 Iba bone.
The achoiiner Mary fwan la reported as eu route from San
Frabctao Utllilowlth 110 Chinamen.
Our only foreign departures for tbe week hare been the
mall eleaiuer Aottratia the bark Camden for
l'uret bound : aud whale alilp M ilton for cruise.
IMMtT OK IIO'NOI.IJI.I,.
Not 145 S Anftr&llft, Cticill. from mU Krandscti.
rrfcr Jli Bull, from M,4Ai.
hehr KniatI1e. KiMiuj;. frutu Ktx.tud Uao.
Sfchr HalrakAla, llm, fioiu IIIlo.
K Aiu wli tic 'ontiin, fivut the Arctic
Btattie Ojin. fttna llattun.
tschr.VrtllWrlTin. lUlfieU. from Uliolna.
18 Plir Jenny, tVr, from .N-il(will, K.uL
NAr Mry Cllru. Kuiunl, from llilu.
Aiu tLtn Jitkftph I'rlcin. from PintTdwusead.
,' S ik!r Mnnotwl, X; 1, fruai Xawlliwili.
Sior 14 Schr KttUmtnu, Man, for Kobul.
Ka Mot, for KaLutnL
Sctir MarliM). KtHoajutil, f..r Kolua&ad Walmca.
ircltr Funy. Mrl'bvrMiti fur Ililo.
15S Autrha. Orpfll. for jJuej.
IT s-hr Marf K Fotr, ClnUn, Sjc Ivona and Kau.
Ualrakala, UoU, f jr Hilo.
&chr Vailel. Klua.t. lur Maliko.
Jim wUJi Milton, HavmbUo. f
S0 Sc!ir Kaioaile, KlbUilitf:. lur Kd
ftuir Likrhkr, SliiJirtti, r Witidvard forts.
Nchr Marr KUdi, Kitv tr
vi:isi;i.s la iMitr.
AniBsbrCM tt.rJ. Kiug
Am Khr IaOlcU. Dexter.
Am acLr General IlarDe, Tripp.
Am TarDer, Newell.
Saw fck Courier, Aillioo illcbarjin.
Am bk: OofuLo. JotineMHi. fur Sid
Critiu. Capra. rcjiairluc.
Aw Latne Jotrtth lcrtn, dicliri;ing.
VTU Vk HauUr, ITLltney.
Am triOnwanl. KUridpfu
Haw h x UT II Allen, Gttlfj.
1 Am wb lk lTUnbow, Ct-pan.
Am wh ,t Nuriuau, Canii4fe)L
Keportuf KM r. Anitralia, UarftU. Catmajautlur.Owt off
from tli wharf at San rraocivn at nr.un cm Nor "th,
pilot at 2;Si. IWJ th Karallone at 4.10. Libt
Wettrrlj Uri with bUb saell ."retailed up to the 10th
henm itruac head wind with Mf .. aet In.
aod occasionally thick and rainy weather. KxertetiCed
finv clear wcalher and aiuiwth ea on the 14 th, arriving at
llouolnla at II p m.
Report of Lktne Joeph Perk Int. Johnton, matter. Left
Irl Tornsood Oct S3. Had to daya atrong onth wind
cflCape Flattery, after ward isolamte Ta.rUl.le wlud. duau
tolatSSNloupIU W, th4nliad7dytTerjl Rlit S K air.
Sighted Molokal onorl6at4 a u.. and arrifed at
name day. 6dtt pantaf.
I'AiNaS i:a ; 1; it.
From Ban TraDciico, prAbstrIlaMrt daugh
ter and Infant, F J Ncuit, W l' Toler. M1m Connell, U
MtniGothe, J A Arundel. JlUs May. H May, CC
KdooIw, F A Schaefrr. He G Morri. J it Whitney aud
daiifhler. A Vonne;, J Miller. 1re F Uartiard. II A
J C Merrill, T F Ilackfeld, 11 Jonea. K reck, 0 II
Jonea, Capt II F Ilouian, O II C Meyer. 1)
Monnc, A Wallace, Mra Flynn and 2 children, T W
C ISeafoot, W Marthall, J Jianlo. W Marriott, and
rroM Port Towntrud, er Juaepb Perkina ?0tS2 fret
lomber, 99 m ahinIea, 6 in latha, 1 box applet, ..curds
Trum San Francisco, per Australia 1111 packages general
T&c Cm le, Milton, 20 bbl betf. 4ckibeadi
and boopa, 16 Wis shoots, 7 cka bread, 31 pieces lumber. 24
In tbia ctty, 3"rciber Stb, to the wife of James V. Mc-
Oulre, a eon.
London, November 3. A Ruiaian official dispatch.
dated Bocot, Noi ember -J, sajs : General Kameff
announces the capture of Dae Teteveo, northeast of
Orcbanie, where there were seven large and thirty
small fortified positions. The Turks left upwards of
a hundred dead on tbe field. Our lose was iniignifi
The Turkish Arcsunt,
A dispatch from Sofia, dated Thar J day, rays:
Fighting continues on the Orchanieand Plevna road.
Cbefeet Pasha oceapler a position commauding the
junction cif the Orcbanie and Lovats roads. The
Ruffian advanee has been repelled with heavy lost.
Reinforcements are advancing rapidly, and an attempt
to take Telifche will be made immediately.
Constantinople, November 5lh. It is reported
from Orcbanfcen the authority of Russian prisoners
that General Gourka was wounded during the recent
fighting and has since died.
London, November ith. A Vienna dispatch says :
The recent successes have renewed the war agitation
Russian ofieial bulletins report continued progress
oc the Plevna, Orchanie and Loratt roads, Teileren
and Turkisoer are occupied by infantry and cavalry.
A detachment has penetrated to tbe GabdantiaPass,
ia pursuit of the retreatlog Turks.
.London. November oth. A special from Sofia
says Chefket Pasha, at tbe bead of m strong force, is
advancing to the relief uf Plevna. Oiman Pasha's
army is amply provisioned and supplied, and in fine
condition. Notwithstanding Russian progress west
wr the Turks an confident Plevna will hold out.
Ltiidon, November Gib. By the occupation of the
height sear Dnbnik the Russians command the
Turkish fete de pont orer the Vid, which is the only
means of egress from Plevna. On the south and
west the investment of Plevna is eomplete. The
Russians are clearing not only the Sofia road, but alt
the approaches from the Balkans. A Turkish relieving
xtaj would have to fight Its way up to Plevna
step by step.
frteroum, November 5lh. A severe attack was
nade to-day on tbe Turkish positions. There was
fighting along the whole line. After ten hours engagement,
theTtirkish eentre was driven back, and
the Turks were compelled to fall back, ilouktar
.Paths was slightly wounded.
Tbe Russian forces from Ardahan have entered
Into tbe Western Euphrates valley, endangering tbe
Turkish line of communication between Batoutn and
Ereeroum and Trebiionde.
London, November 6th. A special dated Erse-room,
Tuesday noon, contains the following i
tar Pasha desires to stand a siege, but tbe inhabitants
object, fearing bombardment. Monday's fight
resulted in a general rout.
London, November 7 Morning. A special dated
at Conttantinople on Tuesday announces that after
some resistance to the Russian adraaee, Mouktar
Aasna, ending bis pot ition in Deve Boyun seriously
-L compromised, abandoned it and is falling back on
N lrsingan and Trebitond. The Russians have occupied
Sundry 'War Itetna.
Conttantinople. November 6th. Many prominent
dignitaries have been arrested by order of the Grand
Vtiier. It is said that a conspiracy on the part ol
the party of Mnrad has been discovered.
A Vienna despatch statei that the Saltan has granted
ilidhat Pasha permission to go to Mitylene.
Report says that Mehemet AK has arrived at Sofia
to organise and command an array for tbe defense of
the Western Balkan passes.
Minister La yard telegraphs that the GesboSs will
be seat to Constantinople.
A Mail rem Captain Campbell of
the bark Nurtnan vrbicU leaves here in the course of
two or three weeks will take any letters which
miy be offered for the missionaries or other parties
t" We sre ltidcblcd to Capt. Johnson, or the
Joseph Perkins, for files or Oregon Ind
Arrival or the D. C. Muruat. As we co to
press, the bark I). C. Murrey Is reported as telegraphed.
Nothing yet of the Almy.
E3 There will he a meeting of the X. M. U. A.
on Friday evening next at the Ljccura. A foil
is requested as important business will be
Anotuch Boat Kace. Tlicre wn a race on
Monday alieruoon between His Majculy'a boat, lite
Piolani, and a whaltboat Irotu the Ralubow." Thu
luruier was the winner.
EST It i reported that H. B. M's ship Shah, flag
ship of Admiral Horsey, commanding the British
fleet In the North Pacidc, is now im the ay here
from Victoria, B. C.
fry Among the passengers leaving Ilnnolula
for Panuluu by the Mary E. Fler on Salurday
Usl, was Hon. H. M. Whitney and family ho have
uone to their new lioine on Haall.
J3T" By the antral ol the bark Nurtnan, Captain
Campbell, Irnm the Arctic; e huvc contlrtualinn
ol the loss of the Farnsnnrth and Java, both of
nhlch vessels were crushed in tbe ice aud sunk.
3f Among the passengers wbo arrived by the
Australia on Thursday iaet, nere a number uf old
residents of the islands, including Hon. H. A.
Wldemann, Messrs F. A. Sclmcler and Henry May
and several others.
Tuasksvcivino Serices. There will be services
In Fort street Church on Thursday, Nov. S9tb, tbe
day appointed by President Hayes as Thanksgltiug
Day throughout the United Slates. The sermoi)
will probably be by Rev. Dr. Hyde.
Tiie Pensacola. It appears that the Pensaco'a
did not leave Sail Francisco at the time appointed
(N'uv. 1I), and that she had not sailed when the
Mail Steamer lelt un the IO1I1. UnlebS some complication
has arisen requlriug the presence of an
American ship of war un the Mexican coast, sLc is
probably now on tier nay to this port.
Death, of Queen Pomake. From Tahiti, wc
have reported, the death ol Queen Pomare, which
took place on the 17lh of September. Her son
named Ariaue succeeds to the throne Under the
present French Protectorate however, Tahltian
royalty is but little more than a shadow and a
Rex vs. Kalaieoa. We Invite the attention of
those wbo arc interested jn the motn.au question, to
the decision of the Supreme Court in the above
named case, which will tie luuud reported in lull on
the fottrtb page Gazette. This Is the
case referred lo In the GuzelU of Nuv. "lb. In the
item headed " A Lame and Impotent Conclusion."
Ciiange of Time. We are Inlormed by Messrs.
Hackfild & Co. that alter December the Mail
Steamers will leave San Fruncbeo on Mondajs instead
of Wedncsdajs as heretofore. Messrs II. it
Co. have no inlormatlon as to the rumored
of the South Carolina or some other steamer
instead of the St. Paul, fur tbe Intermediate service.
The Likelise. By the Australia on Thursday
last, Mr. Wilder received the new screw lur the
Likelike as expected. The new casting is of Iron
Instead uf brass, "and much heavier in construction
than the old one, wciguiug some' 1CO0 lbs more
than that, namely, 5303 lbs instead of 31KX). The
ew screw was duly adjusted without difficulty,
and the Likelike left on her regular trip lo windward
Rhetorical Exercises at Fcxauou. On Friday
next at one o'clock p. m,, aud on each Friday
tberealter until further notice, there will be an exhibition
at Puuahou, of the pruficiency of the
schulars in rhetoric In addition to tbe rhetorical
exercises there will generally be an examination of
a class in some branch of study. On Friday ofthis
week the claes in zoology n ill be examined. The
frlcuds of tbe pupils and the public generally arc
invited to be present at these Friday alteruoou exercises.
Hawaiian TELEGiurn CoiirAsr. A meeting
of persous interested iu the telegraph enterprise
recently started on Mani, was held at the Court
House in Wailuku on the evening of Thursday, tbe
Sth November. The organization of the Company
was completed by tbe election of the following
officers, viz: President, C. U. Dickey; Secretary,
W. O. Smith; Treasurer, W. H. B4lley. The officers
of tbe company were authorized to act as a
Board of Directors, and were instructed to take
Immediate steps towards procuring a Charter. As
has been previously stated, tbe line Is already constructed
from Haiku to Makavao. It is the Intention
or the Company that it shall be Immediately
extended from tbe latter place to Wailuku, the material
fur that purpose being alt on band. As soon
as the additional material required can he procured,
the Hue will be carried on at once to Lahaina, thus
completing the connection with all the principal
points on tbe island.
The following is a list of the winning boats in tbe
Regatta on tbe occasion of His Majesty's Birthday,
together with the name of the person entering the
same and the time made In each instance.
Sailboat Race Pauline, W. L. Wilcox, 2b. 50m.
Amateur 6 Oared Gig Rsce Piolani, His Majesty,
19 m. 45 sec.
Canoe Rice rtoalalo, W. W. Kekoa, 9m. 55sec
C Oared Gig Race Piolani, Ills Majesty, 3m. 33
AraaleurS Oared Boat Race Eureka, J. Oit, 11
Swimming Race Holno, 4m. lOsec
Single Scull Race American Eagle, J.
4 Oared Boat Race Honolulu, C. Wilson, 21m.
Tub Race Seablrd, L. A. Thurston. 3m. SSsec
2 Oared Boat Race Honolulu, C. Wilson 12m.
Whaleboat Race True Blue, C. Wilson. 21m. 55
Barge Race Kauaheahe, His Majesty, 21m. 47
Doctoi: Tisdale gives special attention to the
treatment of the E e and Ear.
"Write Mc Iotni an As-"
The individual wbo under tbe modest title of Vox
Pvpuli (thi voice of tbe people), publishes cimmuni
cations un tbe subject of the Sunday laws. In tbe
columns of the Adrcrtiiert favored tbe readers of tbat
paper on Saturday last with a production which, as
a specimen of pare and unadulterated silliness, we
deem worthy of republication. Here it is in full ;
the italics are oar own:
To te Editor of tie Pacific Commercial Adrertiier:
Sir, It may be noticed tbat the Gazette ad tie 0-called
Sunday fate defender have hacked tntt. Having:
endeavored to convince tbe public that it was
ajuitdeedto arrest and fine a man for what .they
were pleased to term a gross violation of tbe aforesaid
law, they now discover that the masses of the
people are disposed to view such proceedings as a
species of despotism. Their quoting the letter of tbe
law does not in any way meet tbe diGcutty.
Tbe people have a grievance, and in order to obtain
the necessary redress must a popular agitation,
w that oar legislators will ask what the
trouble is and hasten to set right that which is wrong,
though it may be even the written law ol tb Jaod.
The Gatett9 great act of condescension can scarcely
be appreciated at this stage. Togo into ikeir
rom would be a it were thoicing tie opponent our
hand. The law in its tenderness does allow works
of necessity to be performed on the Lord's day. But,
then the question arises, who shall define those necessities,
or elatl ot every man be elicited to define
At m eert(te. Vox foruu.
That the Gazette has "backed oat' of any position
U had assumed on tbe Sunday question, is, as
oar readers are aware, an assertion entirely unsupported
by anything oatside of Vox I'opuli'e somewhat
lively Imagination. If Vox Poputi will favor
us with a communication pointing out wherein the
Gazette has " backed out" or abandoned in any way,
the gToaml it had assumed on the Sunday question,
we will cheerfully acknowledge our error, and will
moreover prist his communication tn full. Probably
Vox Popvli will decline our ffer for fear of showing
his hand" to an "'opponent." Do the opponents
of Sunday laws imagine that anything is to be gained
for their cause, by putting forward a champion
whose most striking peculiarity next to his supreme
stupidity ii his chronio inability to tell tbe truth.
General Foreign .News.
Paris, November itb. A dispateh says : It is as
cried that Madame De Staels' retreat on Lake Geneva
is being prepared for the reception of her
grandson, Duke de Broglie.
Paris. November 6th. An important meeting of
Deputies of the Left, last night, decided only to un-seat
Deputies whose election was plainly due to official
pressure. It was also decided to maintain un
expectant attitude, and furnish the Government no
pretext fir getting out of its embarrassment, but un
no account lu ascept tbe Cabinet e'jntrary to Parliamentary
rules. It was resolved that no member uf
tbe majority should undeilake Ibe formation ufa
Cabinet without stipulating for freedom uf action,
anJ a guarantee against tbe recurrence uf eieuts si
tuilar to those whici bare just uccurrcd. In tbu De
partment elections, tbe Republicans b.ive au aterage
gain ufone or two Arronduseuients un. General
Councillors in each Department.
Paris, Nurember 6th. A deputation from the
Right uf the Lower Chamber have bad an interview
with President MscMahon, and iulonued hiui that
they counted upon his firmness to resist revolution.
The Temps says the Republicans loit 57 and gsioed
Ia8 seals in the Councils General.
London, November 7th. Tbe Paris correspondent
of the Times says : The gentlemen designated by
for the new Mini-try decided last
night that the foruiation of the proposed Cabinet
was not feasible. The De Rrogile Cabinet must consequently
meet tbe Chambers. Even tbe Senato will
refuse a vote uf confidence. The Cabinet moat resign
at the first debate in either Chamber.
A eorrtspondent asserts positively that President
MacMabon does not approve, and never has approved,
a coup d'etat, lie i equally determined not
to take a Cabinet from the Lelt. If he adheres to
this resolution, bis only course is to tesign. Tbe
correspondent thinks, bowerer. that the President
will consent to a Ministry from the Left, a'thouh
rumurs are in circulation in circles
that MacMabon, after vainly attempting to form a
compromise Cabinet, has fesulveTl to resign, and will
communicate this resolution in an explanatory mes.
sage to the Chambers
Paris, November 6th. At a banquet given tonight
to Grant by American residents,
about 350 covers were laid. Among the guests were
tbe Marquis do Itochauibetu anil M. de Lafayette.
Minister Noyes pretided, and prefaced the toasts
with a speech, ii whiob he paid a warm tribute to
President Grant, his military services civil life, etc.
London, November 6th. The Edinburgh Scotsman's
London aiys : In political circles
there is gretl expectation that larl Beaeunsfield
will shortly make a speech on tbe Eastern question,
which will provuke tho renewal of last year's excitement
and agitation. It is reported that ho will put
his foot down on the question uf opening theDsrda.
nel es lo Russian and other war vessels.
London, November Gth. Owing to the improved
condition of the famine districts in India tho Man
sion relief fund has been closed. The subscription
auouuts to $2,230,000.
The State I.I er lions.
New York, Xorember 7th. The Tribune concedes
tbe Stnte to the Democrat!" by about the same majority
as in 1875, namely : 15,000. The Senate fee s
Republican by 2 majority ; the Assembly is undoubtedly
Philadelphia. November ttb. Partial returns from
eleven countie out of ixtyfix shuw a net pain for
Noyetf. Democrat, for Slate Treasurer, of 2500 over
the vote of last year. The return indicate a Democratic
majority in tbe State of from 10,000 to 12,000.
New York, November Cth. Dispatcher from Trenton
claim New Jereey for MoClellan by from 9000 tu
Chicago, November 6th. In this county, besides
the election of county officer, the question of appropriating
half a million dollars for tbe new Court
House is decided. Io the State at large, the elections
are merely local, except that there will be a role
upon appropriating $632,000 t3 complete the new
Sute House, tbe original appropriation of $3,500,000
Milwaukee, November Cth. The Chairman of the
Democratic Central Committee expresses the opinion
tbat It will take aa official canvass to decide tbe result
on tbe State ticket. 163 towns and precincts
give Smith, Hep.. 1500 majority, a net Republican
gain of 400.
Chicago, November 6th. The St.
Paul special says: Returns at midnight indioatr a
Republican gain in tbe State. PilUbury's majority iit
estimated at from 10,000 to 15,000. The Legislature
will be at least two-third Republican.
Hartford, November 6th. Tbe election in Connecticut
to day was only for Sheriffs, members of the
Uoue of Representative andone half of theSenitors,
the ot er half holding orer from last year, when tbe
Republicans had one majority in the Senate and
thirty-six in the House. The indications are that
tbe Republicans will retain control of tbe Legilatare.
The vote of the State is Ifcht. The Republican majority
in the Legislature will be about tbe same as
ll art ford, November 6th, he total vote this year
U oot far from 30,000 ; 3S,6S9 Republican and 37.S61
The Journal claims tbe election of Rice, Republican,
by 12,000 to 15.000 plurality, which is probably
not wide uf the mark. Tbe Legislature will be largely
Republican, and tbe Council nearly solid Republican.
Boston November 6lh. The Senators-elect stand
21 Republicans, 6 Democrats.
Topeka, November 6 h. The entire Republican
ticket is elected in this county by 1000 majority.
Shreveport. November 6. The Republicans elected
yesterday the Mayor and Administrators by 600
majority. Great interest was manifested.
Detroit. November Cth. At tbe city election quite
a light vote was polled. The returns up to 1 this
morning elected tbe entire Republican ticket, with
the exception of Frean, by majorities averaging from
200 to 1200.
TIU: l!.VIEJtM;NED, exbcxtor of
the last Will and Testament of ACHUCK, deceased,
hereby notifies alt trons Indebted to said Estate to make
Immediate payment, and all persons having claims against
said Estate are requested to present the same to tbe
properly authenticated within six months, or
uiey wm oe barred. umriu iiu.mi,
Kxecutor or the Estate of Achuck, deceased.
W. a Solicitor.
Honolulu, .NuTember Sth, 1577. C7I 1m
Tax Collector's Notice,
District of Honolulu, Oahu, 1877-
IX THIS DISTItXCT ABE
hereby notified that the undersigned will commence
the collection of Taxes for tb current year, at hU oC.ce
In Marlue Street, Alenul, onTHURbDAV. 1st of
proximo, and Iu conformity jaUthJSechon 405 cf the
Civil Code, all persons liable to taxation are required to
make payment of the same.
On or before iheSOtla day or November. 1S77
GEO. U. LUCE, Tax Collector, Honolulu.
Tax OSce, 29th October, 66S
UN COSES. COXPaVAXXATiT.
TS. G. W alACY and L. KELIIPIO, Unardlans of
G W. MAC Y, Jr., a minor, defendants
By virt ne of a decree Issuing -nit of the Supreme Court
of Law and Equity of the Hawaiian Islands. In favor of
the above named plalotlQ, for the sum of f -2,28, I shall
Oa Saturday, the 1st day of December, 1877
At 1: o'clock noon.
On tbe premises, expose for sale all the right, title and
Interest of the said defendants, in aud to all and singular
tbe mortgaged premises aet forth and described In tbe
mortgag. of complaiaant lu this cause aet forth and de
scribed as rouowa, tb:
The Premises in Kapalaraa,
Opposite tbe Reform bchool,
Belnc tbe same aa are described In Royal Patent Xo. 100,
and boundd as follow :
Uegiunlnff at tbe west corner, from, which point Punchbowl
surrey nation bears 71 3 E (mas)and
X Barform fcchuol X J2 W (maffs. thence the WuwUry
ran X 439 K, 214.3 fret along Koaona;
27 43- VT, 284 feet aion; Knauua;
8 -11 W, 11G.S feet along amall aawal;
S 3S K, 1C.9 feet alone Ktmnna;
8 49 W, 74 SI feet alone Knanna;
S 41 E, 4I4.S feet to point of beginning, and conUlolnc'
an area of 2 40-100 acres.
Together with all tbe right, privileges and
thereto belonging or thereon sltoaud, nnles. said
jndgment. Interest costs and commissions be prevtoaalj
The above offer a fine opportunity to any one wishing
Kalo Land ; th aaoie, with tbe exception of the hoase
lot. bsrlne vn undisputed water right,
Tbe frnii of the sale sre Cash, and the deed at the ex.
pease of purchaser
W. C PARKE. Marshal.
P. 8. Survey and deeds can he seen at the Marshal!
Honolulu, November 5. 18.7, eg) U
"CT "3. HfSOeSpw mmwmtitemm&jmaiBatmmtet ki
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Totkt Editor of tti JIaKaiia GatttU:
Sm. I nonld suggest that the following change
be tnado in t he Sunday la w :
Section 2. Sunday Is declared to be a legal holiday.
No person whether workiug by contract or
otherwise shall be compelled to do any kind of
secular work or labor on that day, but tin person
shall be subject to fine or imprisonment who shall
keep open his shop, store, warehouse, or workshop
on that day, and no person shall be prohibited from
carrying un bis usual business, labor or work, or
attending any dancing, public amusement, show or
entertainment, or taklug part iu any game, 6port
ur play on Souilay.
Inline, a lar!;e proportion of the Intelligent population
of "the Hawaiian Islands demand tbat all
laws directly orludlrectly enforcing Ihe observance
ol Sunday as the Sabbath shill be repealed. S
far as the so-called Lord's day is concerned, wc
hae no reason to believe that the Creator prefers
one day tu another. Sunday is useful as a day of
rest ur recreation, and the bet way Is to let every
person spend It as lie or she thinks proper. Let
those go to church who want to, and let the rule
be "HaudsnlTand mind your on n business!"
E. Plcridcs Ukcu.
Doctor Tisdale treats Diseases of the Skin,
NVrvnns Dieise., He
A IWRTXKU ttmi CAPITA!. OF 81 .300
ti lo f2,0JO, pwxl chance, no preloos kmmledjoof
the business uecessary. For address enquire
671 61 OAZKTTE OFFICH.
Kji'Etivi. ciatTiric'ATi: of nF.posir
i3j. 1128, faror of Klmo Uauna, dated Nov a), 1676,
lor 8iua. I'aj inent stopped at of Bishop d. Co.
thi; uk AituinpoL'Mr,i at the
Government l'outid, Ht'KohuJaloA, Honolulu, and
27th, at lioVlCsCfc 00011. tbtlfoIlo fiiir Kstrayed
Animals: I large sorrel horse, arg white forehead, three
t bite fetlocks, brand rights; 1 black horse, white
three white fetlocis, brand rtht 1'A. ; 1 cream col.
ored horse, four whlu fetlocks, brand left A.
... B. KAAUKUIT, round .Master.
Honolulu Nov. 19tb. 1ST7. 671 It
P.CI.SOXS IXaDEUTED TO AFOXO A:
A CHUCK, ure hereby notified to matte lnin.fdb.te
payment to C AFOXO, the surviving partner of ald Arm,
us he Is about tu wind up the Copartnership Business;
and all persoi s having an claim against said firm are
hereby notified tn present the ver'rted, tu the
said C AFUIsa. at his counting Itoom, oa ISuu.inu street,
Honolulu. a AFUN'O.
Iloeolulo, Xov. 20lh, ls;7. C71 4t
G- O O D S!
ryOYS OP EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Toys in small cases,
Crystal and Cut Glassware,
Children's Fnrnituro, '
Pnpeterie, ,. ,
Jewelry, !V N . .
4c, tfcc, J &c.t
Cases Now Open.Jor Inspection,
H. HACKFELD & CO.
IS IIERKIIY UIVEX THAT THE
ltoird orTax Appeals on HON DAY 3d day of
DECEMItElt next, between the hours or 9 A. M. and 4
P. M., at the Police Court Hoom In llonolnlu, Oahu, to
hear all Appeals that may be taken from the Asssssor of
the District or Honolulu, Oahu, W. c, JONES.
Police Justice and ex officio President or the Board
or Tax Appeals.
Honolulu, yovemher 7. 1817. 60 at
SSThe Imported Horse " Wonder,"
A Sure Foal Getter.
nORSE. AMI SOME F HIS COOTS,
can be seen at Kualoa Ranch.' Apply tu
059 lm C 11. JUDD.
GLENN'S SULPHUR SOAP
For Diseases, Injuries, and Korbid Conditions
of the Shin,
lXESDERS THE COMPI.EXIOX FAIK
AND SPOTLESS. Cures BheumaUsm and Gout.
alt the remedial advantages of S'llphur Ralhs. Disinfects
Clothing and lied Linen, llerpedies Dandruff and
prevents Prematnre Gra) ueas and Los, or the nair.
Tbere arc wretched Imitations ot thli st indard article In
the market. Use no Sulphur Soap except Glenn's.
Hair and Whisker Dye!
a AIR AS RED AS THE FtAME OF A
volcano, or White as the dead moss ou a Florida
hemlock, fan be changed to a Glorious urown or Lustrous
Black by a single application of mU'a Instantaneous Usir
and Whisker Dye.
7I zm SI. MelXEKNY.
Tlie TJnderalaTned Has
Just Received from San Francisco !
BY LATE AEBIVALS, A
Large and Handsome Assortment
Such aa Frames, Velvet Cases, Union Cases, tc
A NEW STYLE OF PHOTOGRAPHS!
Printed in Porcelain, ,.
Portraits in Alba Plates,
A Style never before Introduced in Honolulu.
And also begs to say tbat he Is prepared u take Photographs
from Lockets, and produce a Pfetare 17x10, a atse
which will be remembered by Honolulu people some years
ago, made by if r. Weed.
Every facility wilt be found at bis Establishment
To take any and all kinds of Pictures.
Aided by tbe elements and tbe advantages of human Ingenuity
and enterprise. Give him a Call.
a3m A. A. MONTANA.
1VM. "WEIGHT, $
SHIP AND GENERAL BLACKSMITH,
Shop on Judd Wharf, foot of Nuuana Street, next to the
Old Custom House, Honolulu, U. I.
CARRIAGE REPAUUSQ DONE.
Ha constantly ?n hand aud for sate, a good assortment of
the best llAr lrou.
All orders from the other Istands will be carefully attended
to. All work in my line executed with dispatch and guar
A icw II) inn and Tunc Book
Juit Reccliett from Loudon,
THE COLONIAL SINGER,
Br PHILLIP PHILLIPS,
Author of the Singing l"ilgrim, Ac
l'Olt IIXVIVAI. JIEETIXON.
Y, M. C Aasuclatlous, bunday Khools, l'raiee
MetUncs Family Worship, Ac., ic
llili newMnglnt: Book, which has lately been published
la roiijon, consists of 30 pages arid has In It ahutit 3oo
Most Popular Hymns and Tunes.
Itn small slxe, & by 6 Inohea, make It a handy aud
volume. It Is defllned ro prove one of Ihe most
popular Iirnm ami tune books e er published
1'riruQOCU. Onlcro It recited by
GTI) II. M. V111T.EY.
Importers, Wholesale and Eetail Dealers
in General Merchandise
An1 Clitua Goods, In de xlre.Proof Store, comer of
King aad Nuitanu Streets. o70
figo for the Holidays.
Just Arrived per Steamship Zealandia
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
A TSVMUV.ll OF IEI
CENT Publications by Standard Authors, viz.
J G Holland's last and extremely Interesting work,
That Lass o' Lowrle's, which first appeared as a
Serial In tbe pages of Scrlbuer'a Monthly, by
Francis 11. Burnett.
Proctor's Other Worlds lUan Oun.
A number ( those fascinating Tales of Adventures
on Sea and Land, from the pen nf JulrsVcrnc,
whose lngei.ulty aim originality have nlled his
readers with ualouisumeiit aud pleasure, including
At the North Pole,
Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea,
The Desert of Ice,
Around the World lo Eighty Days.
The Dilile Story, a collection of stories gathered
from the Old and New Testaments, abridged
aud arranged for the youur. 450 pages.
Breakfast, Lunch aud Tea, by Marian Harland.
Homes and Hon- to Make Them, by C C Gardner.
The Letter Writer.
Hawthorne's Wonder Book, Ancient Greek and
Homau Mythology, arranged iu u most Interesting
manner for tbe young.
Dicken's Child's HtHory of England -Illustrated,
Msterles of Ihe Manse, by J G Holland.
1 Set Hawthorn's Works, In 20 vols. Size, 4x0.
Green coyer.and red edges, tzf A liberal dis
couul nill he made to any one purchasing the
JEop Fables, profusely Illustrated, containing tho
Grimm's Popular German Fairy Tales, Ulu&Uated.
Grimm's Fairy Tales, Illustrated.
Anderson's Fairy T-Ies, illustrated.
Perranlt's Fairy Tales, Illustrated.
Fairy Talcs Told Again, illustrated.
Dotty Dample Stores written lor the little girls,
Sophie .May. Q vols. Illus. Done up In a box.
Sixteen Volumes Poems of Places, edited by II.
W. Longfellow, England, France, Spain, Scotland,
Switzerland, etc., etc. Size of volumes
4x0. Green Covers.
Warrens Household Physician, warranted a stand
The Art of beautifying Suburban Homes containing
plans for reIdcnce and other grounds etc.,
etc Fully Appleton & Co. Pubs.
Hills Manual of Business Forms and Guide lo correct
writing. Social, Legal and Commercial,
Also many others, which lime and space will not
permit to be mentlone. For Sale at
II. SI. WHITNEY'S BOOK STOBE.
DUIlIX'l MY ABSENCE
rrom this Kingdom, my brother, lr. OSCAIt UNX A.
utll act for me under Power of Attorney, In all business
matters conneetel with tbe Ilaoa Plantation.
Honolulu. November 5, 1877. 6C9 4t
THOSE VEltV DEfclRABT.E PRE.
mlses, Nos, Its and 150Nuuanu Avenue. Apply
to J K. WOOD, Nunanu. or E. A. Williams, 04
Fort street. C68 2m
VINO BF.EV APPOINTED TEMPO.
rary Administrator of tbe Kstate of Aho (Chinese.)
of HUo, deceased, alt persons owlns said Estate vlll please
make payments to me, and all having claims are requested
to send them In Immediately. L. SF.VKItANUE.
Temporary Administrator Estate of Aho.
HUo, October 6th, 1S77. CCS lm
UNDEIlSItiNEn IS INHTUXCTEIf
MTIIE I). McUryite, Judge f th Judicial Circuit,
to seU the property of 13. Kaakaha, deceased, aa
1 Share In Walnlha lluL
1 Bbare In Haena Hut.
1 Share In Moloaa HuL
Hair of IkUleanalii HanaleL
1 I'raiati Dwelling House In Ilanalel.
1 Thatched House tn HaitaleL
KB Ct Administrator of the Estate of I. Kaukaha.
Manufacturing Jeweler I
TJNT)EIUINEI. FOIIJIEBI.T WITH
Mr, Ecbart, begs to lororm citizens of Honolulu and
tbe public generally, that he baa taken the store on Port
Street opposite Odd Fellowa Hall, (formerly occupied by
Tboa. Tantiaf ,) where he will give special attention to the
manufacturing and repairing of all klsdsof Jewelry.
Particular attention given to hhell and Knkul Work.
or Will guarantee satlafactlou In all his work, -an
ejo 13m WM. II, WKSNUlf
Stockholm Tar, it, Bbls.
ECEI VED PER ICA SOI.
For Sale by BOLLES A CO
From London -via Sydney.
SELECT INVOICE OP SCOTCH
and English Stationery and Books, including
12 full qparto Cabinet Albums,
12 ditto ditto Scrap Albums,
12 superior isterescopes. assorted,
A French Jewel Keleldescopes,
Casaeirs Family Bibles, 900 Ulustratlonit, In various
Frayer Cooka, Testaments, and Pocket Bibles.
Heavy border Mourn log Envelopes and Paper,
Postage Stamp Albums, the best publlsbel,
OlDott's Steel Pens.
2 2m For Sale by H. 3f. WHITWET
For Sale by
E. O. HALL & SON.
HAVING JEST DECEIVED FBOH
A Supply of these Pictets,
We take pleasure In offering them to the Public aa tbe
ORNAMENTAL AND DURABLE
And at tbe same time the cheapest material of which to
build a fence. A fence made of the above material can be
seen on Nonaau Avenue, about half a mile from town.
It requires two pickets to a loot of fencing, and they can
be pet up In a variety of ways.
For further particulars Inquire of
Mllm g. O. HALL A SON.
FBAKRET.S by (IU) BOLLES ct CO,
By n. 1. AIASIS.
REGULAR CASH SALE !
ON THURSDAY, : : NOV. 22d,
At 0:30 A. 91.. nt Snlearoons.
Ainoskeat; Denims, Fine While Ctton,
Assortment Hniwn Cottons. Fancy Prints.
Heavy W.iol Shirts, Under Shirts, Men's Socks,
Manila Hope. Silk llaudkerchirla. Buttons,
Uiuhiellas. Fine S"aps, Linen Drills, Spurs,
Water Proof. Bed Spreads, Wrltlntr Paper,
Em elopes, Pnllncoine'a Pomades, Butchers Knives
Spoons, etc., etc., etc.
Fancy Goods, Clothing, Crockery,
FRESH GROCERIES !
Sardines, Star Hams, Crackers, Com Meal,
Pie Fruits. Dcvoe's Oil. Pain Killer,
McMurray's Oysters. Golden (late Peaches,
Pears, Prunes, Candles. Yeast Powder,
Salmon, Lobster, Petit Pols. Cigars,
Corn Starch, Sill, Pepper, Mustard,
Condensed Milk, Olives, Swevl Oil,
Brown Sugar, Green Corn, Eugllsh Jams,
Ketchup, etc, etc., etc.
One Cook Stove. One Corn Mill
E. P. ADAMS, Auct'r.
AUGTION SALE OF OPIUM
ON THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 22
At IS o'clock noou, at Bales Boom,
Will be Sold,
In XSoiicl, for Export
Three Cases Containing
299 TINS OPIUM
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
EXECUTORS' AND TRUSTEES' SALE
Byorderof Mrs. Jane K. IIIIIebrand,Trnte of Helen
L. and Mary E. II lllebrand, under the Will or A r tenuis
Blitiop, deceased, and of Hev. Sesvno E. ttishop,
or said Will, (he being also nuardlan of tbe property "f
said lltlen I. and Mary K.), and under tbe authority and
pursuant to the orders nf tbe llouorablt L. McCully, Jus
tice of the supreme Court, sitting In Probate,
i shall Sell at Public Auction, at Xoon
Saturday, 24th November, 1877,
At my Sales Itoom, In Honolulu,
ALL THOSE PREMISES,
Sltnntn lu Xanana Valley,
In said Honolulu, formerly the residence of the said Ar.
With all the Buildings Thereon,
Containing1 a boat . '100 Acre,
And bounded aa follons, via: That piece or parcel of
Land, part or the Lands In Kawanauakoa in Nuuanu,
Oahu, kuown and described by survey aa follow s, namely:
Beginning at tbe south coruer of tbe lot oa Nuuanu Itoad
at its junction with the Kuleana or Kahawall, and running
N 40 o W, 463 lints along boundary wall of Kahawall,
N49W, IM " " " C Kanalua,
X ifOE, 400 " " " J E Illllebrand
s sao e, 640 " ' JJr. liooae,
S 21 W' W, 152 " Uuuauu ltoad,
S lioso1 W.S64 M "
S Viti' W, 90 " " "
To the place of beginning
Deeds at Expense or Purrnnaer,
ALFRED S. HAHTWELL, Solicitor.
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
By order of Hev. 3ereno E. Bhbop, Guardian of Ibe
1'rnperty of Helen L. Illllebrand and Mary E. Illllebrand,
acting under the authority and pursuant 10 the orders of
the Hon. U McCully, Justice or th. supreme Court, sit
ting an a Court of Probate, I shall sell at ruMlc Auction,
On Saturday, November 24, 1877
At my Sales Boom, In Tlonololu, all
THAT LOT OF KALO LAND
Situated at Kahebona, In Honolulu,
Containing about 56-100 of an Acre,
And bounded and described as In deed from Richard Arm-strung
to Artemas Bishop, dated the 26lh day of February,
A. I. 136. and recorded In Ihe Registry ct Deeds, Iu Honolulu,
In Book 9, on page 4a.
DeeslM at Expenao of Pureltnaer.
ALFBED S. 1IABTWELL, Solicitor.
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
Saturday Evening, Dec. 22nd
.AT SEVEN O'CLOCK,
k Splendid Assortment
E. P. ADAMS, Auct'r.
BOOT AND SHOE STORE !
Cornor Fort & Merchant Sts.
Tyi JCST RECEIVED
Por 3D. O. 3VL LI JrtXtGL"S"
THE HOST COMPLETE ASSOnTBEMT OF
T oilino1 Mioeoo1 oTifl P.liililrnn'o
I UO.UIVAJ , UAIOOUO UUiA yilllUlUII u
Custom-Made, Extra Fine and Medlnm Quality
Boots eSa SHoos
Ever offered In rionolulu.
nra IRA RICHARDSON.
Saloon Pilot Bread.
IX CASES AND QUARTER CASES, Ueceltrut
617 BOLLES ct CK
Real Estate for Sale or Lease.
SEVERAL, VKRY SESIBABXE
I.ABOE AND 8M ALI.,
Located in different parts of die CtVy,
With Gardens, Out-houses, an every convealtsce, and la
perfect order. Enquire of
SZI tf Ht;Op. UTANGENWALD, M. D
Atr3 op o-
Iljr C. S, 1 JtftTkv
t w ; 1 m 2m 3m
ikcc v tco,.crj4w
to, 4 it
Room &&JL&i 00
" . H s
ON FRIDAY, - NOV. 23rd,
At 10 o'clock A. M., wul be Sold :
A Varied Asst. of Merchandise
DKT UOOBS. CLOTIIIMi. HOKIERT.
&t, tc c,
C. S. BAItTOW, Auct'r.
EVENING, SALES !
SATURDAY EVENING, - - DEC. 15th.
at 7 o'clock p. m., at Salei room,
trill bs sold,
A Fine Selection of Jewelry I
Cold and Silver Watches,
Ladles Pins, Lockets,
Locket Chains, Finger Rlnp;t,
Collection of Coral Sets, Pins, Charms,
Lockets, Crosses, Toilet Articles,
Steeve Buttons and Qtudsv
Ladles' Fine Leather Reticules,
PXIIFUMEKT AND FANUT AP.TICLES.
Thursday Fvenio Dec. 20th
at 7 p'clock p. n,., at Sales room,
OF VARIOUS STYLES.
For Christmas. Presents I
Particulars In future advertisement.
C. S. BARTOW, Auct'r.
Covering Boilers, Sloan Pipes
Saves 25 per Cent, of Fuel'
PRICE REDUCED TO$7.50BBL.
THEO. H. DAVIES,
The Clipper Ship
1 Hertfordshire1 and 'Glencoe'
SOW OS THE WAY
FROM LIVERPOOL AND GLASGOW
Beapectlvely, are bringing
FULL ASSORTED CARGOES
Which will he Offered tor Sale to Arrive
Z O WEST MARKET JiA TES.
For particulars set future Adcirtitcment.
GREEN, HACPARLVI.E & CO.
If. B. Our Glasgow vessels will, alternate every three
months with tbe Liverpool Line, thus glvme shippers
frequent opportunities to order goods, and to ep op a
fresh and steady snpply.
star- Special rales of freight wilt ba agreed upon with
Honolulu shippers, by.our lines of vessels.
Agents for the Glasgow Uue, Messrs GRO. OltAT,
M ACPARLANE A Co., 4 West Regent Street. Glaagow.
Agents forthe Lverpeol Line, Messrs. JOII IT MAT dt
Co., 2S Brunswick Street Liverpool, and; U Ltadenball
Street. London. I 2m
Stock of Merchandise
BARK AMY TURNER.
PER BARKENTINE UNA,
From. San Francisco,
PER STMR. CITY OF SYDNEY.
From San Francisco,
AND BRIO W. H. MEYER;
From San Francisco.
Por Amy Turner.
QfDlfft COILM 5IW BKDFOBD XAXIUIL
OWp Cordage, asstU sixes, from I thread tal.S In.
la Colls Baal Rope, ass I'd aixea, from 8 thread to IK In-New
Bedford Whale Uoe.
New Bedford Cutting Falls.
200 New Bedford Ash Oars, aast'd sixes, from 10 ft to S ft
Cases Boston Spirits Turpentine.
Half barrels Metalla Paint. Damar Yarnlab.
Caaea 1 lb Lobsters.
Uses Boston Packed clams.
Cases Boston Sausage Meat.
Caaea Laciolx sweet Cora.
Caaea Green Peaa.
Cases 1 gallon Jar Oh trains.
Ca organ. Jar do.
Barrels nf 19 lb, bags Dairy Palt-
Burnettf t Flavoring Extract, i
21 doa VanUa.
24 dosen Lemon.
12 dezen Asaorted.
330 Csuiea Pratt's Radlent OIL.
Okksi Boaton Card Xatebea.
All t!:? above will be sold at the lowest prices.
ONE HUNDRED-BOLTS COTTON DUCK
Assorted numbers, from 1 to 18.
Per Barkentlne Una.
100 Cases extra Cube Sugar.
U R Caaea tbr family nae.
For sail by BOLLES dc CO.
Per City of Sydney.
Cases of Assorted Table Fruit.
Cases of Bartlet Pears.
Cases of Muscat O rapes.
Cases reaches, te ate
Cases 1 lb tins Corned Beef.
Cases Z lb tins Sngarcured nam.
Cases 2 lb una Corned Mutton.
Cases 4 lb Una Corned Beef, -
Cases Smoked Beef Too tear-
Case a lb Una Chicago Lard.
Caaxa Eastern Hams.
Barrels and hi bbls, Extra Me BeL
Put up to order.
Forsalaby BOLLES A CO.
Per W, H. Meyer.
149 Bales best California. Oat Bay.
Sliver Skin Onions tn cases.
For sal by BOLLES A CO.
By other Arrivals.
1JQ BVls QoMen Gate Ex tra JHamlly and Bai era Extra Flaur.
SuDerfioe Flour. L
IS Lb bags Corn MeaL
19 Lb baga Wheal Meal.
19 Lb bags Oatmeal,
10 Lb baga Cracked 'Wheat, de.. die.
Caaea Saloon Pilot Bread..
Cases Crackers, Cases POot HieaJ.
, Cases Medium Bread.
Forsalalr I BOLLKJ at CO.
Just received tram San nandaco.
q " " BOLLES CO.