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nil i 1114 Usasipi r Oaarles Preset, as Caanceher da
in IMiOMm .stateta France, far ta HasaEan
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avissaasaaswsaswssereiiiaiiiii e7 Government lota on
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s ranst state tbe cumber of
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as aaas ; ta Gorerameel decline to
aafn isenartu ubaaUieraaadvaace.
t aasfetaotery. Ik Jots wB be
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law aiirt.at iwatan. Oh facrta ia tare
ita per rrac aMemt pr aasam, parafel
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afcttti aam aaar a ta at tMa Sc aad at ta
SAiTL G. VTILDEK,
atlafeter of Bje Interior.
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rlai.KTt.at ooon. wffl
t Aacfaaa. at tt froat estrasce of
aaaaaaaa, arLrunat aVe faaWite; tracu of land,
aainrai. HiMiraa. Haaraa:
til (awe far lea yeara ef Let "o. 1. known aa ab.
I aajAjtf er ta aea. raaaka by XahlTa land, east by
aaae3iarata . aad veat by tae Easna!a:( Grant.
I Ilia Mo a era. Cae price ft per acre per anaam.
. Butertr ta adrasce at tnJs oOce.
ler tea yean of Lot No. S. situated la
t by tb Knenn Grant,
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veat by ta rarlsoa Iota In KcBbal
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erB af payssaat, CiEarterly In adraace at
Tjfaarafce aban ar S aa at tl oSoe and at to
TlaaaT 1 1 In; QSlu SAM'LO. WrLDBR.
. Jiaalatar of tn Interior.
Tlnaaaai.HcaJary Mrs. ;M
Jaa. tt F. aaxaac aa aaaabated Aesar Governor of the
jobs o. Doitncis.
a Government, of tne
aael 'flMflea.itM.auMt. aad ,5.000, can be bad
tlu BavaEu Treasnry.
tIMOX K. EAAI,
Saanaas aaaeay cavra taat al Ucesaea mcst b
aa parties are
aaaaaaeaaaeal fjMac b reaev expirlac Uccases, and
aeatr araTs Lave testracxtoaa to prose.
aareaa a li r.i i Baa, aay aad aB pardea colnr buinesa
Minister of ti. InUrlor.
OS. Apr 3a. 1ST.
Aa) fai OB. Scuaas Street.
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tiaJ vaHrv for two cr tbrea jean, the
xbmaseesar rarrint is difereat Iocalitiea from 95
1 Si xc lit einsdr. xcccrdirj to acrrssndisfa. The
loScftsaaaaorrerr arat tostwhat isenaaci by
3taiae list a larj tr txs been raginjin tbe
vaSej anil another lirje tra
Saxejiortii istno isocruisi about twexrj tailea
aacaaS f& 3Ty.
Kssaericsr EsscrSi. li star Papal 5ssda to
Saasaak.'aitaeif ezrtcea at Essen r; to ihortJy, win
3ba laat Ixasttr ef a draft af a acsese, tso dcUHl of
ijct nS irWtrtiiTly acre with the s'tcuion of
SSm axavarxtaesS f Gcnzaxv wbicb caa beta
witb. aa adduioa that the
3aayla9a3ata&lj b tsrpec Jed bt altlniatalj
ntnaaaS, Xat& GarmarT and th Vatican iniimrl
sjujjigi . .
EDITED A2CD PUBUSUED BY
T. CRAWFORD MACDOTTELIj.
ITEDXESDAT. AUGUST 27. 1879.
J. 31. DnrliKou, INq.
TVe regret to learn that J. M. Davidson,
Esq., who for npwanis of two years and a
half, has resided on these Islands, is alxut to
leave ns. ilr. D. as a lawyer and Renial
has made many friends, who will
his determination to bid a final adien to
Hawaii, as n residence. He will carry with
hiin wherever he goes, the kindliest wishes
for his snecess in life of a large circle of
friends, who learned to appreciate him for his
m my excellent qualities of head and heart.
TTj believe it is Mr. D's present intention to
mate San Francisco his future home. Xo
matter where he may pitch his tent, we can
asscre that community, that as an eloquent
advocate at the Bar, a well read and safe
Counsellor, and a courteous gentleman,
Mr. Davidson will hold a high and
.Arrival ot IimuicruulK.
On Saturday last the British ship
from Liverpool via the Island of Madeira
arrived, having on board the following
number of emigrants front the latter island,
viz: ilen 135, women 110, children, between
the ages of from two to twelve years ITS,
making a total of 423, and four stow-a-ways.
The greater number of these people come
under a contract with this Government, made
through its agent the Hawaiian Consul at
.Madeira, to labor on the plantations. They
are all in good health and in the main are a
very likely people, jast such as will assimilate
with the population of these Islands and
become a part and parcel of the permanent
population, and in this respect are very desirable.
The children of tender age will" grow up
knowing no other country than Hawaii for
which they can by possibility have any natu
ral affection. The older portion will be
and happy because their children are
aPPy anil naturally will adopt this country
as their future home, and soon will lose all
affection for their native land, and thus will
establish themselves for life. All that is
necessary to secure this state of things is
kind and gentle treatment on the part of those
to whom they may be assigned, and all will
be well. There must be no separating of
family ties. The planters must make up
their minds to second the Government in this
matter. Large sums of money have been ex
pended by the Government to bring these people
here for the special benefit of the planters,
and the litter must espect to make some
sacrifices by taking under their charge whole
families, and treatin them so humanely as to
make them feel at home. Such treatment will
have the effect of causing these people to write
such accounts back to their friends and countrymen,
as to induce others to desire to emigrate
here in larse numbers. The Island of
Madeira has at present a population of about
230,000 souls, and 30,000 of that number could
well be spared withent producing any other
than good results to bcth countries. We leam
that quite a number of these emigrants are
possessed of means which they intend to invest
in the purchase of new homes, and thus we
will have added to the money wealth of these
Islands a large accession. We do not of course
know the actual amount of coin in possession
of the number who have paid their own expenses,
and who have come to purchase homes,
but we learn that it amounts to quite a large
sum. The exertions put forth bv the Gov
ernment, and the money expended jn this
work of bringing these hardy, iudustrious, and
really desirable people to these Islands, cannot
be commended too highly, in which His
Excellency the Minister of the Interior is en
titled to no small share for his untiring energy
in this business, and we trust that our people
will see this matter in this light.
What with the accessions to the population
which we may exjiect in a few months from
the Polynesian Islands, through the agencies
now in operation in that locality, it is fair to
look for such additions to the population during
the present year as will tell favorably
upon the future destiny of Hawaii nei. We
repeat, all that is wanting on the part of the
planters and people generally is their hearty
co-operation in the work of tho Government
to supply an adequate number of laborers to
cultivate the rich soils of this group, and the
results will be the mutual benefit of both.
Xlte Currency Question.
We are pleased to see in the last Advertiser
under the caption of '-Inflation" an article
couched in language th3t indicates the writer
to be fully impressed with the importance of
the subject, and who treats the views we have
put forth from time to time with that fairness
which the discussion demands. We have said
in a former article that we are not wedded to
the views on the currency question which our
articles contain ; but that our object was, and
we repeat, still is, to provoke discussion as to
what is the best mode of promoting the best
interests of the Kingdom and people of Hawaii
There is always safety in discussion, because,
by examination and argument, we may
arrive at proper conclusions, without which it
is next to impossible to do so. The writer of
the article in the Advertiser, who i'b evidently
a new hand at the bellows, takes exceptiou to
our views, and in doing so, marshals an array
of figures from the financial budgets of France,
England and'the United States, to prove that
it is unwise to issue more than one dollar of
paper for one of coin, of which the paper is
the representative, and contents himself with
that declaration, and then rests his case. This
may appear all very well for the author of the
article, but we opine, the public require something
more than the reassertion of exploded
dogmas in finance to satisfy them on so important
a subject, at a time like the present. The
Advertiser man acknowledges that there is
monetary embarrassment among the people of
these Islands, and seems to think that it would
be wise to adopt some measure of relief, but
utterly fails to suggest any better remedy, yea
indeed, fails to suggest any remedy at all, for
existing monetary evils. This is not what we
expect from an individual who so profoundly
talks about the experience of other countries
in financial matters, and who plnmes himself
upon his superior intelligence, as to brush
aside as. with the wand of a magician, all theories
on finance, whether founded upon the experience
of other nations or not, just because,
he Bays thus and so. When a proposition is
advanced oa any subject, it is always in order
for an v man- wrin thin Va nmTwir in Vt7wt
snch propoittion, to do bo, but then, it is al
fafe - hfei.TV.
ways expected that the objector will not stop
with a mere objection, but $ill, as a logical
sequence, make a counter proposition and
support it by argument, in order to show his
superior position, and the strength of argument
with which it is supported. This is tho
usual course with writers who claim credit for
either wisdom or erudition. We are sorry to
find that the Advertiser man has totally failed
in all this, and hence he has not improved the
defenseless position of the paper whoso cham
pionship he assumes on the financial question
tinder discussion. Unfortunately for the Advertiser
this new light proves to be no light at
all, but simply au objector. There is nothing
in the world so easily done as to put in tho
terrible words lolyat to any proposition, but
then it must be remembered, that simply to
object to a proposition does not prove its falla
cy. But as we are perfectly willing to give
the author of the article umlerreview tho full
benefit of objecting to our views, we would
respectfully suggest the propriety of his offer
ing a counter proposition with a few logical
arguments in support of the same. In this
way tho truth may bo arrived at, and it i
more than likely that this new light may suc
ceed in convincing us of our error, and bring'
ing us over to his new and superior views.
But until he does this, we are left.in the dark
as to what the Advertiser man wishes to ar.
rive at. In other words, if the writer for the
Advertiser has a theorv, let us have it by all
means, that the people and the Government
may be able to adopt some plan of relief for a
The following interesting letter from the pen of a
fitted and intelligent lady, a graduate of Oberlin
Female College, Ohio, now married and residing at
Koch Creek, Kansas, will be read with pleimro for
its literary merit, as well as its ease and smoothness
as a piece of descriptive composition. A lady who
can write so well should not bury her talents under a
buihel, bat should exercise her rare gifts for the
delectation of others. Witb a Utile practice the author
of the letter would occupy no mean position at one
of the many sifted female authors who are gaininc
fame and fortune by their iittrarjr labor.
llocc Cbcic, Jefferson Co., June 10.
To tie Editor of tie Oierfm, (Oiio), Gazette:
A few items concerning our experiences in em!
praties may prore of Interest to jour readers. Rock
Creek is at present simply a point un the, A. T. i
Santa Fe Ky, distant eume thirty.four miles south
west ui Atebtson. ifce Tillage, in the germ, consists
of a small depot and two dwelling houses. In one
of the Utter is the l'ust O&ce. The section is laid
out in village lots, ti any ooe of which a good title
can be obtained. On alt sidA of this center farms
are being rapidly taken up and improved, and consequently
an incrcated demand arises fur Tillage improvements.
At present ne are obliged to drire
sereo miles for our ordinary farm supplies.
some one of the many good grocers in Obcrltn
come to our aid I We hare church privileges within
six miles, and occasionally haro preaching at the
the school house in the next district. We hope and
expect to hare a school.house built in our own district
this Fall. Our lot has fallen among intelligent,
christian people, and we are all iuterested in obtaining
the best advantages fur ourselves and our children.
It has been our fortuno to secure one of the
Snast farms in the vicinity in point of fertility of soil
and natural adrantages. It is located one mile from
the station, contains only six ur seTea acres of until!-able
land, that beiug the most desirable spot for a
dwelling bouse and yard, barns snd out booses. A
fine creek forms the northern boundary, furnishing
plenty of water for stock and garden. A cold spring,
near at hand, supplies us witb delicious water.
Some large elm and wild cherry trees along the slope
of the Lnotl on which the house is located, are a delight
to our eyes, and furnish homes for a great
variety of birds, while their branches are festooned
with Iuxuriaot grape Tines. Alt around our little
dwelling is spread a thick carpet of waring green,
ficcaed with flowers of Taried for n and hue. Many
which we cultivate at the east are natives of this soil;
such as the larkspur, spiderwort, morning-glories,
Terbenas, pinks, fuchias, etc. There is a fine Tela
of coal running through the farm within a few rods
of the door, which is easily mined,"ar.d furnishes us
with good fuel. Large tracts or belts of timber are
found a few miles distant oa the bank of the Delaware,
and other streams. At the present writing,
these belts of timber swarra with
locusts. These insects do no injury except tu the
terminal twigs of forest or fruit trees ; in which by
means of a long rent or slit they deposit their eggs.
In about six weeks the larrm fall to the ground, and
bury themselves In tbe earth, where they are said to
remain seventeen years. The perfect insects make
their appearance about the last of May in countless
numbers; the ground in many places being honeycombed
with the round holes made by them in issu
ing irom tee eartn. Ihej make a harsh, rasping
noiie, now like the katydid, again like the croaking
frog. Tbe noise is made by the males, and the chirr
can be beard for more than half a mile, sounding
Uke the distant hum or machinery.
At In other places, the season has been very backward
here. Bxtremes of beat and cold, witb bigh
winds and long continued drouth, has cccastoned
ranch anxiety among farmers, especially those who
hare large fields of wheat. We were just beginning
to feel the bad effects of the weather in the corn field
and garden, when. Sabbath afternoon, the spell was
broken by a storm of rain, terrible in its intensity,
accompanied by high wind and hail. It did no damage
in this immediate ricinity, but we receired a
faint impression of what the crclone must hare been
which so recently passed near us. But I am making
my letter too long. Let me say that there is a free
and independent life here, to lay nothing of future
wealth, for whoeser comes witb a brare heart, and
habits of patient, perserering industry.
Yours truly, M.C. II.
Have Just Received
A Choice Selection or
Superior In Style nml Ilnrablllty to
any that can be buughl la tola town at the
OUR MOTTO Small Profits
and Quick Returns!
Samples oa application seat to zay part of
GRANT & B0BEBTS0N.
TWO JfEaTXTASD COSItTFURXISIaED
Booms at So. I Garden Lane. ;J7
S. B. DOLE,
UAVISG HETUIIN ED FROH TITE T7NTTED
States, resumes the practice or Uw at bis office, on
the corner of Fort and Merchant Streets, 11 onolclo
ASTROXU. irEABTT WHITE BOX. OF
from II to 16 years of ajee, is wanted to learn the
tradeofaBlackimltn. To jucn a lid a rood place will be
offered, and Instructions glren by a first-class workman
Inuure of tbe Editor of the Hawaiian Gazette, or of
'nozza JAS. nAStOS.Uhoe, KanaL
At Wailxika, Maui,
)X WEDXESDAY, SEPTE3IBER 10, 1879,
Win be offered, if not previously disposed of at private
O. tbe Taluable property of I. J. aloasman,
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE,
,tl?EE. STORE ASD SEW DWEaMJXQ
TOCNE.allcf whlcn ia situated la tbe central business
art of WaOuku. Also, on tba came day, a large and
Jreat Variety of Merchandise,
Consisting In part aa follows :
Clotling. Prints, Boots and Shoes, Saddles,
Blankets, Tobacco, Bats, Shawls,
Stationery, Patent Medicines,
Crockery and Glassware,
Groceries, Hardware, Paints,
Flannels, Merinos and Coboargi,
And a general assortment of Dry Goods and other
lerehandise too varied to particularize.
For further particulars apply to
'i3 lm T. J. HOSSHAS, Honolttai.
CAUTION TOTHE PUBLIC
To aroU Imposition, pnrcbasera ot Walliam Tatcbrs
will observe that every ceamne watch, wbetber roM or
aUver, tears our trade mark on both case aud movement.
Gold cases are stamped "A. W. Co." and cnaraotre
etrtlocatce accompany tbem. Silver cases are stamped
"An. Watcb Cvx. Waltbam, Xasa.. Sterling silver," and
are arcoinpaaled by auarautee certtsratea, slcued It. E.
Bobbins, Treasurer. Tfce name Waltbam" ta plainly
engraved upon al movements, irrespective ot eitber
This caution is rendered necessary by reason of tbe fact
that our cases are frequently separated from onr move
menta and put Into wortiiles morera en ta of other makers,
and via versa, thus affectlne; lidunously tbe performance
of tbe watcbra and viUatlur. our guarantee, which la
to cover only our complete watches wholly made
by oa. It as necessary. i. because It h so Dolorous as
to be a public scandal, that there Is great fiauJ In the
metal quality of both cold and silver cases as now generally
sold. We htve demonstrated by frequent sssays
that msuy irotd and silver rates offered lu tbe market are
debased from from 10 to ZO per cent froni the quality
they assume to be. This Is a fraud upon the purchaser, aud
accounts lor tbe low price at wldcb aueb cased watches
bare been sold.
We talce this occasion to announce that we have recently
entirely remodetled the very popular grades of fnU
plate movements, koown by the marks Wra. EHerr,
"Appleton. Tracy Co.," Waliham Watch t o., P. 3.
Bartletr," and Broadway." gtvlmj to tbeut not ouly a
harnly Improved appearance, but great additional value.
W e embody in tbeui such of the best results of our experience
aad study r,.r m enty years as can be ucrsl In this
popular form of watcb. We give these new model w atcbes
special recominendatlou to all who look for good
and solUl excelleuce at moderate cost- The
alterations have been made vrlih tbe view of pleasing
practical watch makers, as welt as watch wearers.
We avail ourselves, loo, of ibis occasion to warn tbe
tabtic against cusur watches. Tbe superiority of
Waltbam goods, in all grades, is now so generally ac.
knowlrdged that our competitors, Swiss and Americau,
seem to have no resource but o present the attraction of
low rrlce. Their goods being Inferior to ours, tbey have
to sell them for what they can get. Times are h.rd, and
people generally not knowing a good atcl from a tud
ooe, very often allow a small price tu decide them. William
Morris, the emtoent English Lecturer ou Art and
Labor Topics. In a recent lecture delivered before tbe
Trades G ulld," says :
I know that the public in general are set upon baring
Ihlmrs cheap, betas so Unorxnt that tbey do not know
alien tbey set tbem nasty, also so ignoraut that they
neither know aor care whether tbey give a man bis doe.
I know that the manufacturers- in ralle.1 am a, t nn
carrying ooi cvrapetltioii to lis ntmosl, competition of
cnespness, not ot excellence, that tbey meet the bargain
hunters hairway.andrbeerfultvfurnlsb them with nasiv
ares at the cheap price they are asked for, by nieaus of
wnat caa oe raited by no prettier name than fraud."
We arc mucb mistaken If this Is what the public ant-or
expects, of u. at leaat. Good watches cannot be mod
when neither workmun nor employer has pride In
cupaoou; uiicresi ouo. pieaanre tu we wora are rxin
wanting, and both In good natch making
I.ow price, especially In watches, hoiks bar eaalify, sriiA
low ;jcriMdac and Ait repairs.
Our nihtsiou was. acd oar business Is. to make good
watches, whatever the oust ; holding tirnily to tht single
purpose, we have seen Improvement in quality ana reduction
In cost, by means t f discoveries and Improvements in
machinery and by natural causes, go steadily on together,
until we can truly ay, Wallhani Watches In their respective
grades, are the best watches made ; and as to the
lower grades, they are within the reach of everyboJy
who earns wages Our prices are aa low as tney ought to
be. and as low as they will be. Watches cannut be made
lor nothing, even by machinery. We ssy to the public,
buy a good watcb while ou are about It, and pay n proper
price for It. The more you pay an honest dealer the bet
ter satisfied you will be lu tbe end ; dou't be deceived by
cheapness- quality descends faster than price
Tor American Watch Co., or Waltbam, Mass.
ROBBINS &. APPLETON,
'O ly General Agents. New York, U. K. A.
ear AU the above Una of Waltbam Watches for sale at
thebtorcofif. McJNEIUNY, Sole Agent for this
Also, for tbe GOIIHAU bTKRI.I.NO SILVER-WAKE.
The Trade surplied at the LOWEST ntlCES.
LIFE INSURANCE COfVIPANY
ASSETS (Cash) -.-(PS, 000,000
ANXUAE INCOME.. .8,OO0.OUO
CASH SUItl'IAS. 7,000,000
H. HAOEPELU & CO.
C 0. BEBGEB, Special, Agent,
For tho Hawaiian Islands.
The only Company that Israel
Tontine Investment Policies,
Bolnic nraftfrllv an r'nrlmrmonf PnlVv nt tha nenol
UfalUtes. 763 jm
Durtixo jiy AnsicG fiwjji Tins
Magnln is folly authorized br Power
ot Attorney to transact all bus uess In my name.
August , 1S79. 7 ,0 ini
THE UaVDKElSK.XCD 11E. TO IVFOKM
the Laidles of Honolulu and vicinity that tber have
secured the services ot
of years of experience In San Francisco and other Eastern
cities. Orders promptlj executed, and warranted to please.
760 tf Q1U'T & BOBEUTSON'.
ai TnETJXnEK.SIt9.VEI) OFFERS FOR ,-
ia Sale his premises situated on llauuakea SL tS
Un tne Lot are
FIVE DWEIXIKO HOUSES AHD OtJTBTJlLDTHQS,
tVater laid on,
S"Tttle perfect. For particulars apply to
S lni WILLIAM BBASH, on tbe premises.
TO THE PUBLIC.
I HATE i:OAOED THE
of a UPH0L3TEBEB
from San Francisco, and am therefore
preprtd to do anr work In that line
with dispatch and In the best manner Having determined
to grve satisfaction to my customers, I shall spars neither
pains or expense to da so, and all on the cheapest terras.
TM tf J. H. BttUKS, Jb.
THE ASSESSOR Hill BE IX HIS Office
at Aliiolant Hale, from 9 o'cloct A. M. till 1 o'clock:
P. If. on TUESDAYS. WKDNESDTS, THUBSDAYS
and FBIDAYS, during tbe month of August.
All persons liable to taxation are requested to make
their returns to the Assessor
On or before the First Day of September
According to taw. Any person requiring Blanks can obtain
the same from c. 1I..J UDD,
"CO It Assessor of Uonoluln.
BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES
Hiss Woodward, Principal, Harrulnir Pa,,
ESTABLISHED FOR Y BAILS, AXD
all quarters where young ladles can
obtain tbe advantages of tbe best education in English,
French and German, Music and drawing, as well as a home
well provided with every coo venlence.
At tbe above School tbe French and German languages
are tangbtby native French aud Oerman Teachers, aud
tbe Art department Is under tbe control of a lady graduate
at the CooBtr Institute or New Yort. Music Is taught by
of lady of many years experience, who is a first class in
eZTrsms moderate. Send for Circulars. 715 Cm
flf QUANTITIES TO SCIT. FOR 8AI.E BY
L 751 nOLLKStCO.
AFBLL I.IXK OK SO. 4, SO. J. TiO. 10.
8 ox. Cotton avens,10 bz. Cotton Ravens.
5 BOLLES 4 CO.
P ER AMERICAN' GIRL, FOB SALE LOW,
ENGLISH MOTTLED SOAP,
C1X BARK GLESIFFER, FOR SALE BY
- .w BOLLES 6 CO.
PEB It. C. MURRAY: Golden Unto Extra
family. Golden Gate Hater's Extra, Eldorado and
Graham Flour, Corn Meal, Oat. Meal and Cracked Wheat
received this dsy, and For Sale by
"M BOLLES A CO.
F EOHTIIESAX JOSEPaehlne; Company.
Cs Peaches. Plums. Pears. Qnlneea. Anrtentx fleeen
Gages, and casses Assorted. Also, Jama and Jellies, per
American Girt. 7M BOLLES t CO.
- Small Chains.
FQCASTTriES TO SUIT, Sizes 3-16, -l
' For sale by- BOLLES A Co
STTFEBAI. BUILDING LOTS WTnrrjr r
Uuated. Also, the sremises where I now re-Zt
side, containing an area of about 10 acres, with a
dwelling bouse, nearly Also
a cottage on the corner of King and eontb Streets. Tbe
grounds are planted with a great variety of fruit and ornamental
trees, and offer the finest picture of tropical vegetation
on the Islsnda, The land extends from King to
Bingham street along South a tret t, and Is eligibly ai mated
for buEdlcg lots.
Terms, naif cash, and a credit of fire years at per
wra be gtren if required.
ALSO, FOB SALE OB LEASE,
THE TALLEY noXE, on JfuuaM -Road, lately oo
nplced by a a Bennett; and tbe WHAT CHEEK
HOUSE, on the Ewa Bead. oosmBe trem nonolnln.
Inquire of W. C. J0NX3.
Honslnlu, July a, HTS. TU tf
THE HAWAIIAN BRIO
Welt Fonnil, Remly tor Sea.
; Apply to II. HACKFKLn A CO.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Tb Flat Anitrfcat. Ctipptt Ship
Will have Quick Llspatca for above port.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
O. W. H ACFAULANE A CO.
If. 1 Freight tasen at Itejnce.1 ltstes. TM
FOR SAM FRANCISCO.
ZirX THE FlXAMKMCAN TERN
.dBbeSS' MON'SUN, Master,
Will have quiok dispatch for above port.
Fb- freight or passage, having superior acconimodailona
Apply to Il tto.lUWIS it CO., Agents.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The American Bark
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Port
For Freight or Passage apply to
It! CASTES A COOKK. Agents.
REGULAR DISPATCH LINE
FOR SAM FRANCISCO'
- THE HAWAIIAN BARK
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Port.
For Freight or rasage, apply to
? W. O. IIWINtfc CO., Agents.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
THE NPEEXDIIs STEAMSHIP
CITY of N JSW YORK
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR S&N FRANCISCO
On or about Monday, Sept 1st
FOE SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND !
THE SPLEM)II STEAMSHIP
On or about Monday, Sept. 8th.
For Fre'ght and IMssage, apply t
;Im It. HACtCFKLDACO.,Agents.
CootU tor Shipment per steamer rati now
be Stori'il, 1'ri'e ot Charge. In ahe Fire-proof
near the Steamer .1 luvrf.
Regular Packet forjilo & Kaupakuea.
The nipper Schooner
For Freight or F&ssaet vppljr to
T55 3m ALLEM i IlODINaON. AffenU.
RlsYXOLDS. i : j JIANriin
Tuesday Aug 26, 5 p m Cfllawa!
Tuesday Sep 2, 6 p m ..llllo
Tuesday 5?p 9, 5 p mWH ..Cucule of Hawaii
Tuesday b?p It, & p m -..
Tuesday tep si. A um. ..Circuit oMIawall
Tuesday bep SO, 5 p m . IIUo
e-S" No Credit ir Passage Jlouey. UU
We positively refuse to open Recounts tor FaAsaefS,
and we particularly call tha atientlou of tbe traveling
public to the necessity ot bavins Baggage and Freight
plainly marked ; tbe Steamer will not be responsible Tor
any unmarked baggage or for any Freight or Parcels uo.
le&s lteceiptetl fur.
Freight Honey Dae on Demand.
In all cises of Freight for parties not responsible or nn.
known, tbe Freight Money will be required tn advance.
And we decllno all responsibility al regards the landing of
livestock Wo will uae all care, but will not guarantee
the lives of Horses, Cattle and Mnles.
PACKAGES oriilQlTOKS and WINKS MUST
BE Jr.lIXXY MAIUCEO
For the party whom tbey are for. or plilnly stated In t e
receipt to whom they are cunslgued.
All demands for Damage or Loss, must be made with
n one month.
In no way liable for Loss or Accident to Live Stock.
OST Ilack Drivers, Boys, and such like, wfllnotbeal
lowed onboard the Steamer upon arrival, until after toe
passfngers have been landed.
7S WILDER A CO.
FOR EUROPE VIA NEW YORK
CUtf ART) LINE!
Two Sailings Every Week,
From New York every Wednesday,
From Boston every Saturday,
RATES OF PASSAGE:
Cabin.. 8S0, nud 8100 Gold
According to Accommodation.
RETURN TICKETS ON FAVORABLE TERMS.
Bleernge - - , , 838 Currency-Good
accommodations can alwaya be aeenred on appU.
WILLIAMS, BLANCH ARD A Co ,
99 Bute St., Boston,
C. O. FRANCKLYJf,
4 Bowline Oreen, New York.
Votlce to Passengers from Australia, New Ztaland and
Honolnlo. The Cunard Line arToida more than nsual
to through passensers from transPaclnc porta, the
frequency of lu saillmr precluding all possibility of delay
In New York.
Good accommodations alwaya reserved.
C. G. FRANCKLYN,
7 ly i BowllngOreen.Neijjrork.
DISPATCH Tlnl roRSAH FRANCISCO !
C. Brewer & Co. Agents. 2fc
-T - .ic ucTCttBouue received storage rree "t,;:,;
and liberal c4h advances mads on shipments by this Uor
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE!!
sCffw C' Brewer Co. Agents. jfe
Jal'.?i Farorable arrangements can always bvTvl
mads and shipment of Oil, Bore, Wool, Hides
aud other Merchandise to New Bedford. Boston, New York
and ither Eastern Porta, a?" Cash Advances made.
C. BRF.WER CO.
Bare been appointed
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE BAIN WAGON
For this Elnrdom, and are prepared to furnish any arse,
the carrying capacity from 1,330 to 7,500 pounds.
We bare Imported quite a number of these Wagons for
Pjantatlou nee during tbe past year, aad they prore to be
Just tbe wsgon to suit tbe requirements of our planters.
We nsre now la slock: some of these warons. with
1H Inch Iron Axle. Will carry from 4,000 to
4,500 pounds. Prices Low
715 9m DILUXGIIAM & CO.
A. Fall Line ofShtp Stores and Groceries,
1 FBCIXS, MEATS. SB UPS,
PRESERVED BOLLES .SCO.
'" "Trr "f'J
108 Days from Grlasgow!
C. W. lYIacfarlane & Co.
YCOVVa CALL THE ATTE.VTIO.V OF
PLANTERS AND AGENTS
TO 'JL'Ht hi IJEPOIaXjO W
From the Celebrated Manufacturers,
MESSRS. MIRRLEES, TAIT & WATSON
Just to hand by the Atuerlrnn
CLIPPER SHIP GOV. GOODWIN
A fter a remarkable passssr ot IM days from Glasgow
Which will bo Offered for Sale
Oa very Liberal Terms, tU :
I Patent Horizontal Sugar Mill
(13 Tou Hrr ilfem capacltj) with open tap brad stock.
fur (he cmsy rticoral of side Jtullrrt aad fateui WrocM
Iron Trash Turner. Kol ler, SO Inch s diameter and Ad
Irchfs lone. Tup Kuller JunrnitN. 2H Incbfs ill
ameter by 14 Inches ton. T p and teller pinions
ui HMunuio a7, itou una irBae irmerpuitoa or toughened
cast irou, witb one pare set of 3iUl rtnloiis of tousbeaed
Heavy Donljle Spur Gearing
For above, mounted on a masslre cast Iron Bedplate,
witb Tall barCouncctloo to Mill. 1 spare Brst moilou Pin.
Ion and 1 spare Segment each, for lat aud tod Motion
Iron Work for a fane Carrier
to feet lone, with nrtrtnc and Traveling Chain,
andfur driving above Mill.
OXU UIUH PKESSV7RE
HORIZONTAL STEAM ENGINE
With Cylinders) Inches dlaraeter and 4 feet stroke, flttfti
with Feed and Co'd Water Pumps, Fly Wheels with Centre
arm and Svcrneuia separate for convenience of ship
ment. Governor EquIUbrtora Valve Chest, and set of
holding down Plates and Bolts.
Ouo Patent Horizontal Sugar Mill,
(S tons per diem capad ty), rollers to Incbeadlameterand
4 fret s Inches long, complete as above, with double spur
gearing, cane carrier and Mrgaas elevator, and far driving
1 High Pressure Hoirzontal Steam Engine
Cylinder H inches diameter snd S3 Inch stroke. Also
2 High Pressure Componad Steam Boilers.
Each consisting of a CornlsJl and Mtlltltrtblllnr
Section. Theformer A' 10' diaroeierbyl9'Glocir. with
S" 21" Flues, and the latter 0" diameter by IV lone,
contains si flsfd Tubes, 4" external diameter, each Section
Dtted witb Internal Steam Collecting ripe, and tha
sections connected by copper and rat Iron plpln;. each
Boiler provided with two taftljl Valves aud a complete
set of mountings. Including Furnace and Damper, spars
Boiler Tubes and snare Fire bars.
Four 500 Imperial-Gallon Steam Clariflers
Each with Patent Tremlon Plr. and solid drawn brass
n eating Tubes.
One Pair of Centrifugal Machines.
iWeston's Patent), SO Inrh, self balancing, with strong
Monitor esses. Independent Iron Fismtagand Belting, and
One Diagonal Steam Engine,
Cylinder I Inch diameter and 1 foot stroke for driving
above Centrifugals, jbo.
Received per Lalla Rookh aud Dorenby
tVroiiKlit Iron roolers, GfUSfaM Incrs deep.
Centrirusnl M'lre Clotliv, old snd new stjle.
Intlln Itnbber ltlnn, for Weston Centrifugals.
.Screw Ctiltlnir Lnlhe for llantatlnn use
..J,,Jn,,,4e or Two WUeleeil lolo Carrier for
lining and carrying heavy machinery from landings to
Mill Bite. Also,
Fire Bricks, Fire Clay, Steam Coal,&c.
O. W. MACFAItLANE A CO.,
Agents lor Mirrlees.Talt t Watson.
The Oldest, Largest, Best and Cheapest Furniture Store in the
PIOBEKR MMITURE WAEEKOOIS,
II A. VIX U jrST RECEIVED FROM SAX HUN CISCO PEK BAIIK KAiAKATJA.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF UPHOLSTERING MATERIALS.
Comprising Silk Coteline, SDk Plushes,
. &asJ.BKv ."
Which are the most popular on ihe Faeile Coast.
Having secured the services of the well known Upholsterer and Draper, Mr. J. Marlnkurk (formerly with
ni, and late from San Franciico), who having had long experience ia the Finest Kind of UphoUtetior, we
are now prepared to do all kinds of work in his line in the Best and Latest Style.
CUETAIISrS, DEAPEKIES AND LAMBKIKBTS,
ALSO. LOOSE COVERS CUT AXD MADE 1.1 THE LATEST STYLE.
We htve also a Cheap Class of Lounge, covered with the Latest Stjlo of Qoodi. Straw, Eureka, Pain.
Htir and Feather Pillows On Hand and Made to Order.
All Work Guaranteed. Prices to Suit the Times
ALSO ITAVE OH If AND
A FULL LLS1E OF NEW FURNITURE!
Black Walnut Bedroom Sell, SidebnaHl, Wardrobes, Bureaus, Writing Desks ; Painted and Stained Bedroom
Sets, Sideboards, Ac, io Black Walnut, Oak and Maple Cane Seat Chain and Rookers. Common
Wood Seat Chain and Boekert, China Chaira and Mattiog.
THE BEST IS LAST A LIFETIME.'
ALSO a full assortment of Window Shades, Curtain Loops and Bands In all colon, Piotures Kails,
Cord.Tassles and Picture Wire.
Pianos for Sale or Hire. Violins, Concertinas, Sc, Always on Hart.
TTavine made arrangements with the largest and best Factories, we are prepared ta BELL arBAPyn.
TIIAH ANT OTHER HOUSE IN THE KINGDOM. All Goods are selected at the Factory ty Mr C E
Williams. New Qoodi received monthly. '
Call and !Examine our
THANKS FOR PASTFAV0R8.
Ho. 71 Port Et, aWovo Hotel St.,
KEEPS ALWAYS ON HAND
An sssortment of the best Frencl. sod
Wblcb be offers for tale to tbe Tnsse, or at Itetall,
AT REDUCED PRICES!
TUB BEST BRANDS OF CHOICE CIGARS
To ba h4 la tbe Eiirtet.
THE BEST ICE CREAM, SOD! WATER X CORDIALS
NOTICE OF CO PARTNER SMI P.
TUX UXDEKSIGIsEB HATE THIS BAT
entered Into copartnerantp for tbe porpose of carrying
on Sogar Cane Planting at Knkslnaele. llamaiua.
Hawaii, under tbe iitjle and name of O. Trooaseaa A
Bousman. Ur. O. Trousseau alone baa tbe commercial
slgnatnre.and tbe entire management of the business ; be
aJao assumes all liabilities to date.
CrURLBU V. H0U3MAJT.
RKFEKRISH TO THE ABOVE JCOTICE.
sIr.ArtlinrV. HonsmaasrDlact forme coder foB
Fowrr of Attoruej. CHABLB9 V. HOtWM AJT.
KnlcaBiaeJe, July 38, 179. ; lea
HAVE KECKIVJKD BY TH2 SHITS
Am an also DAILY KXPECTINQ by Barks
STORMY PETREL I VIOLA
Glasgow & Liverpool SssptctiTtly
TTIK FOLLOWISQ IXtT.
Assortment of Merchandise !
Which they onr for Bala to
Planters, Traders, Store-Keepers
And Others, nn very Ubtral Terms, via :
White Linens. White Cottons, Tweeds, Shawls,
llandkercblers, Shtrta, Srllts. Dentus. Frlats
lliliuiants. Fancy Goods, Tailors' Ooods. Sbestag.
Table Unto and iJapklns, Waterproof Tweeds, ic.
Gal vanlaed Corrugated KooSug. Fane Wire.
Bar and ebeetIron, a very full assortment:
aslranrsed Buckets and Tubs, all sties: Iron KetUea.
OalvM and Black Iron Water pipe, loi Inch :
Iron Water Tanks, UydrauUeOacV?
Uoop Iron, ,S to 1.S Inch.
In Full Assortment, via :
Cases Pie Fruits. PlcUes. Jama snd Jellies, Ealsins.
Currai.U. Chocolate, SpUt ras. Sardines, Salad OIL
t bulimy. Pates, Vinegar, Candled emits Presetves
Uasaques, Bonbons, in,
AU Irum tna leading Manufacturers.
and Boederer Champagnes of bigheslgrade.
CAM ltabetman A fool unequaled Ilock Wines,
slnest Sherries snd Forts, Amontillado ami other brands,
dinger Wine, Vino Muscatel and aledtlra Wines.
Ilenuesay 1, 3 and J Htar llrsudlea. In wood or .lass.
Martela, Buspults Dubuche Co., and Boulelleia's Brandies
Cutter, Hume Sour Mash i Kentucky raiortU Whiskies.
Irish snd bcetch Whiskies, the best brands
Bass", Allsopp-s, Mebwan and Foster's Ales aad Porters.
Mineral Waters, such as saltier aud Bitter Waters 4c.
Beit Portland Cement. White Lead, Waits Zinc,
Bed Lead, Paint OU. Red and Oreen Composition.
Cilia Oil, Fire Bricks. Fire Clay, Wire Hope.
rateut Packing, Babbitt Metal.
Burlap Sugar and Rice Bags, Cotton Waste.
Heavy Burlaps. Tapsand Dies. Petroleum Barrels.
Solar. Wax and btearin Candles,
Family Soap lo 54 lb boxes, Boies Tin Plates, aworted.
Floor OH Cloth, Leather Belting, Blue Mottled Soap,
Grindstones, Steam and Stove Coal,
And a Large Assortment of
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE
With msny other Articles for tbe Trade, too numerous
to partlcolartie. Especial attention paid to Orders from,
the other Islands, and satisfaction guaranteed.
7J a. tr. MACKAELASE ce
oaslimeres, berges, Damasks
ana atnpea Heps m all colors,
are of tbe very Latest Style. Also, a full assortment cf
Frames for Parlor Sets,
Lounges, Library Chairs. Spanish Chalrr. Window Chairs,
Turkish Extension Rookers, Parlor Extension Rockers, Foot
lUsts, do., Jo. Do not fail to call and see our Latest filjla of
PATENT BED LOUNGES AND SOFA BEDS,
JUST RECEIVED FROM
l Vx VWyLl A.bbbbS
CORTUND WABOH RAHUFACTHMRfi CS., V. T.
ah ixveicz er
Buggies, Wagons, Carriages!
DILLINGHAM fc Co.,
7M Bole AgenU for Hawaiian Limits.
Notice to Sugar Planters.
'STUIE BXBEHSIGSEB, AS A XEJaWR sew
JL tbeBtafof She Hawaiian Oivernment Berreiksar
rartr.bavlsg carefully examined peraonailrascM parti
of Uw several Islsnda ef this Kingdom, now respectAaHr
offers his serslces to Sosar llxnters and otaers whs mar
require BaHways, Tramways and otier modes of I raws
port, as a Purchasing agent, or advasmg Bnetaaer.
He proceeds direct by tils Bteasser to Huston. 17. S. A.,
and baring every aacQlty for so doing, will ftaraisai oa aaw
pUcatlon. Flans, SpecMcaUons and XetbsurtM of Oast et
Iron Bridges, Iron Houses, Hallways with rlitam a4
Boning Block of aa descrtptloas. Also. Mactaaseeyat
every description fc,r tbe ntanoketaaoof filarial tUss
mgaaapreparmgKicsKir jtariat. jtawresw la j
LIXCOUS CABOT. avUKset)
Room (, So. UI BevaaesuSs St.
P.& IsalrlMaatVeseettaaT.ataik,Bi Mtsie,
wW reeelvs peesupt sMcetlen.