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van lajn ! aa !. waW at rtr late William
I..J. Can Utr dwoict of WaikUe.
Kmfj. 4m m. l arar larMaa aad icxTav a daacatcr
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law at aVaajcaaaaatnaM f tbe lava
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to t Cfamniiman. v b eatnmtted
a.aaai o ta an ipjiti:. ill int. feme hke TOmen
laanaV raal aL tia AjcajMlatnre.
naanaao. fjaaiasji K Hat-1 man Pacific
mmf ma riii rf WoatBra railniad aauuers
tacaxa frost San Frasasoo to
aas. aaWo. a Kaaaar at Snr York, vas not RO-
aac anal ii rrv bad wen made
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a- I aur Tb CSucaeu roads
I aaaiJicit tans ptall lir an
tfc aaaraa. fiat nan M- ai a adjoarsed
laadel Hotel it
s liaali.f. a capital
aaast tf fateitajh. anaqnabhat a coiuiaritaal agency
ae a fapi of H mia. tor ta ttanffarOop of
BasaaaM. Vr aaaafar . bar aad fil for mines,
-ae V asri other Meatless as prom-
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tire majontr of
aad Traders. This. too. not-
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rati irvtr eotmmerce.
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amvua irom Amor,
wafer BBaaBBiaaV TW fill Ilia II II and Bartish there
ac tbrr bekie to the re-
if tbe maim, and are
TW Ouna Mrcliant8 Steam-
to mn it vessels there,
a sevleae of UTe,
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aw ovn. incressinc trade,
Mnwuiwft of SnjW Tarlr. Captain
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Be 10s. to
of tttemiTalof trade all
al Bta. tax- OaauuB sav be passed 'J3
m Bar iaara Canal, all in one day,
anal as fast expeneece.
aan taaamare f or a rrcenuon ana
tnr nMrchants and others,
Tkr tmutnton takes place
aathe SHii inst llev. Dr.
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aaaajaaaar taaai aa mwikl uwaua.
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aaaa aaaaar tan BtarNt isae xrno are orTXtoed to
rsans HL1t to involve us
of nW ledwtma Bv callinc
atlattfaraisiiiiii in regard to
l kaac sailed to occupy points
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at aa aaaatar caaaa taan ntaier Ae csreamstances
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tmn. tot iicnrtirig of it -eras an
or aar wg winch do not belong to
. Tiwwrteinthe Sen-
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t. tatiaMaBU aaBBC in-
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imaiani tnaaaC faras of aae ratted States, to
f sat aslT that oonntrv.
asnf the Panama Isthmus,
ana; aae benefits, ot free
on aa V aacar &. ana au nuiui ui
to the proposed
aoaa of The promoters of
Mac tnax tney are
tit BKoliaK' catstahsts of aan
: War loiiki' are readv to furnish
Skullioih ' of anion to saatam it. trjth the
aaaaai t anaaanar. as tmiiwms bj tne prom-of
a4cr and sold mines, etc The
i- aifiiuiiuind uith tx sets of
- aaanv mi i nilain,1 n crct detail
T aar t(!iuaouas under xrnicn
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flam aanoaas II : k considered visionary.
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& 9 2W daaaaam Coairniataon were conversing
r af e tBestn. a pUtol tras
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aiMraa sajaay aaaaaBT oham to break up the con-'-,
iBiiiaaiiL f &ias pistola after
""" arr aamarenae as to tl direction in
aaifeaaui larjanasSed to she utmost
A cod deal of weather last reck.
Chicken thieves abound theso days. look out
for your chicks.
Xow is the time for our expressmen to make
money, llainy weather for you, sunny days for
A meeting of the Mailo Social Club will held at
the office of 3L D. Monsaratt on Friday evening
Punchbowl and the hills back, look very bright
after the rains. Most of their mud has been transferred
to our wash-bowls.
Vho knows whether General Grant is coming ?
If lie is, it is about time for our citizens to move,
and make some preparation for his proper reception.
The Atlvertittr must have a joke fulminating:
Each at least is the inference from its mysterious
intimation last week. Let the public preserve its
gravity till the joke is forth-coming.
If ever Honolulu has seen the equal of this
weather, the oldest inhabitants is challenged to
stand up and tell when. He will have to rack his
musty brains for the date.
The schooner Xttti' ittrrill on her last trip from
Liabaina to this port, made a splendid run of eight
hoars having left the former place at U A. u., and
arrived in Honolulu at 5 p. at.
The annual business meeting of the Amateur
Musical Society will be held on Friday evening
next, at the Lyceum, at 7.30 o'clock, weather
A full attendance is requested.
The new palace progresses rapidly. It begins to
look shapely. Ilut of what use is it for tax pa era to
spend two hundred thousand dollars or so, if it cannot
be been behind that hideous stone barricade.
Macadamized streets would be very acceptable
these days. The town needs something more than
general government. Citizens would readily pay
special taxes for actual improvements in town.
A parcel of chaps driving into town every evening,
have made a nuisance of themselves by tooting
a fish-horn as their four horse team arrives
near Kawaiahao Church. Perhaps to attract
attention to their fishy appearance.
The A'koItxi offers as a premium to subscribers
this year, a line steel engraving of General Grant.
It is well worth the subscription price of the
paper, and can be had bytthose who pay before
March 31st. There has been an eager demand for
Some person has dumped earth and refuse
enough, from the exit end of the old stone bridgo
on King street in Kawaiahao, to stop it entirely.
Bad times for the people, maoka, when the next
rain comes. " Some penon," ought to be locked
up as a nuisance.
A good chance offers for any one desirous of
securing a fine sheep ranch, in the sale to take
place next Saturday at Mr. Adams' auction house,
of about 10,000 acres of land in Kula, Maui. For
a ranch the land is undoubtedly good, but worth
nothing for a cane plantation.
The sale of corals, shells, and other curios by
Mr. Adams, on Saturday last was well attended,
but it was remarked that prices were not as good
as they probably would have been had the sale
been in a larger room. A pair of orange cowries
brought -"i:i. A fine collection of mats was sold.
The LiMilt came in about 2 A. it. yesterday
morning from a stormy and rough voyage as she
has ever experienced. She will leave again this
afternoon for her regular Ililo trip, returning
Sunday morning if weather permits. Any disturbance
in the I.iUliWs trips is a Berious disturbance
to the public
Elder John G. Hook, formerly of Nashua, N. H.,
and more recently a city missionary in lloston, is
viijting the Islands on his way to Oregon. While
here, he proposes to hold a scries of meetings.
The weather was threatening, but there was a fair
congregation gathered at the Bethel Vestry last
A meeting of the subscribers to the new Musical
Hall Association was held Monday evening at the
office of the Minister of the Interior. His Excellency
S. G. 'Wilder in the chair. The charter was
accepted and by-laws adopted after considerable
harmonious discussion. The following Trustees
were then elected to hold offices for one year : S.
G. AVilder, E. Preston, A. S. Cleghorn, J. S.
H. A. Widemann, J. A. ILissinger, f. G.
Irvin, A. J. Cartwright and A. McWavue. A building
site was not nxed upon. The Trustees will
elect the officers and another meeting is called for
the l&th inst.
Judd Street has been made well-nigh impassable
by the road supervisor's forces, who hate thrown
the sods and soft dirt from the sides into the middle
of the road, and oerthat hae carted more
mud with a sprinkling of black sand part of the
way. School Street for ten days has been barricaded
by a dwelling-house, the owner of which
began to move it, but after getting it into the
street so that not even a horseman can pass, has
left it there. We endure all this, without even n
call for the troops being required. And yet we
can't be trusted with gold currency ! We shall
l.i.ln ,1 nr ca.i.l it IT . .Inn'f mini it .uroA. ?,wm.i.
are as good assiher, for there is a great demand
for pewter spoons. If those senseless sharpers,
tne tnconsiB, una not taikeu ot re-arranging us,
even the government would not have locked up the
silver spoons. Hut we don't want, no body wants
Tile mission of the Anglican Church received a
reinforcement of workers by the Zealandia on the
24th nit ; the ltev. Charles E. Groser with Mrs.
Groser and three children, from Lunenberg, Nova
Scotia ; Miss Jano Albro, from Halifax, N. S. ; De
Brookes O. Baker with Mrs. Baker and child, from
Lowell, Mass. The ltev. C. E. Groser will take
the pastoral charge of Wailuku and Lahaina,
Maui, for which he brings the experience of successful
work in Nova Scotia. Dr. Brookes 0.
Baker is appointed vice principal and head-master
of Bishop's College School in this city, having
had considerable experience in tuition and the
conduct of boarding schools both in England and
the United States : It will be no small satisfaction
to parents to know that a member of the medical
profession is resident in the school. Miss Jane
Albro nroceeds to Lahaina to the Familv
School of St. Cross, of which Eldress Phoebe now
the head of St. Andrew's Priory was formerly
superintendent. Miss Albro comes here highly
recommended by the Lord Bishop of Nova Scotia ;
and will be found no less efficient in training the
maidens of Hawaii nei in the duties of domestic
life, than in imparting instruction in the accomplishments
of music and painting to those t ho are
able and desirous of attaining them.
In Makawao, grinding had to be stopped : 9
inches f elL A heavy gale blew all the week and
has not yet ceased.
In and about Wailuku, 2J inches of rain had
fallen from Wednesday until Saturday, and at
Haiku 7 inches during the same time.
The stories among the natives about the East
Maui Female Seminary, are greatly exaggerated.
There have been but few cases, and the sick ones
are doing well at last reports.
From Kan, advices reach us that there have
been abundant rains during the winter months,
culminating in a hard rain-storm which still continued
at our latejt date, Feb. 20. The rainfall for
Fthruary, up to noon of that date had been 20:22
inches, and still continued to pour down in torrents.
The cane-fields on the three plantations in
that district Naalehu, Hilea and Pahala never
looked better than they now do. Un the latter,
(Pahala), the rainfall since January lto February
2G was 23.34-100 inches, and during the past
four months, (November to February inclusive), it
foots up 34,75 inches, distributed over 51 days.
This shows a great change in the weather there
from the drought period, when the rain-fall for
the corresponding four months (November to
February 1&77-S), was but one and 15-100 inches,
distributed over U days.
The new mill of the Hawaiian Agricultural
rVimYMTi nf PAbala is ranidlv. with
a large gang of machinists, carpenters and others
at work; and most bf the machinery, including
six heavy boilers, weighing in the aggregate some
forty tons, has been moved over the tram-way to
the mill site without any mishap. The three large
rollers remain yet to be taken up.
The Hilea mill, the plant for which was manufactured
at the Honolulu Iron Works, is also in
course of erection, and both these new sugar factories
promise to commence grinding within three
or four months from this date.
Since about the 10th of February, the 6ummit
of Maunloa and Maunakea have been snow-clad
nearly down to the forest-line. Following the
btorm of the 17th, the view which these mountains
have afforded is represented as very
covered, as their summits were, with a
snow mantle, which still remained at the latest
date of our advices from Hawaii.
With the return of the wintry, stormy and
rainy weather, the volcano has become intensely
active, though no earthquakes have been experienced.
A gentleman who recently visited Kilauea
states that the lava streams overflowing from the
Old South Lake hivo Ikti quire frequent. Some
of these streams have been half :i mile in length.
In the southern part, (near Kilauea a new
hill has been formed, several hundred feet in
bight, or nearly level with the plain surrounding
the crater. Visitors who go now can hardly fail
to see the old crater in full action.
Schooner Liholiho was at Honoapo when the
steamer left Kau, discharging machinery ; and the
new schooner Kaniltaouli was at Punaluu, unloading
her origi nal cargo of lumber, which she brought
from Puget Sound.
A half-breed Hawaiian and Portuguese, named
Hulihale, employed on the plantation of the
Messrs. Burkhart, back of Naalehu and near
was murdered on Sunday evening, the 22d
of February, by seven Chinamen, who had lost all
their money in gambling with him. They have
been arrested and await trial bef ore Judge Lyman,
at the March term of the Court at Waiohinu.
This murder is another fruit of the recent widespread
use of liquor. The result of relaxing vigilance
of the authorities. Terrible responsibilities
are accumulating upon the shoulders of the powers
Under date of Feb. 25, wo hear from Hilo, that
" for six days it has been raining for most of the
time. Small channels of eight feet wide, which
are dry most of the time, are now raging streams,
fifty feet wide, and impassable except where there
are bridges. It is doubtful whether we have seen
so much water in Hilo for ten years. Kilauea is
in full blast, rolling and surging within her mural
walls, sending out her fiery streams, and throwing
a sheen of ruddy brightness upon the overhanging
clouds, as if the heavens were on fire. This light
is seen all over Hilo, whenever the lower stratum
of clouds lifts so that our view is not obstructed."
From Hamakua, we have the following : " Much
has been said regarding the wire-rope landing at
Honokaa. Some people at first gave out that it was
a sure failure, but they have at last lecome convinced
that to-day, it is the best lauding on this
coast, Capt. Briggs, of the schooner Eugenia A.
Briggs, as well as several others, can testify to the
truth of this statement. A short time ago, there
was landed from that vessel the weather being
boisterous at the time in the short space of ten
hours, 4,000 bricks, a large number of barrels of
lime and cement, three large of iron, besides
several other packages, without any difficulty.
On loading, the said schooner was supplied wiih
as much sugar as she could take at the time in a
great deal shorter space than it used to in former
times. A ton and a half of freight can be sent up
or down on the wire-rope with safety, and freight
can be landed easily, nhilstat all the other ports
on this coast thev can do nothing whatever in bad
leather times. The Paauhau ntw landing, when
finished, will be A 1, and it has cot to be very rough
when they can't work there. The schooner above
named laid at the old Paauhau landing 14 days, a
while ago, and in only four days could they work,
but when the new landing is finished, discharging
or loading of vessels could then be done at any
time. This wire-rope landing is a big tiling, anil
ought to be had at other landings in order to havo
the same facilities the Honokaa landing now has.
Much credit is due to those who havo had the putting
up of, and to those who advanced the capital
on, this great success."'
The KncclopuMllu Itrllmmlcn War.
Editor Hawaiian Gazette Sin: The publication of
a cautionary notice In last week's Advertiser relative to
the " EncjcIopa?dIa Uritannlca," In which I desired to
guard out people from Imposition, has, I regret to Fay.
produced hartu feelings in quarters uhcrc a commendatory
spirit would ha.e been more in keeping with the
circnraetancen. and I am &ked what hae I to show
that the edition I represent U not the epuriouB one,
vUiich, if really meant a given, eUnces a tpirlt of
not in keeping with the age, and InTers a
character to me which I am proud to fay my business
and private life will not warrant. 1 therefore append
the following notices and testimonials, which speak for
There are now fold three editions of this work, and
Fome confusion eeeius to ex let in the public mind as
to the nature and character of each. The original edition
is supplied in this country only by Little, Urown
Co., of 2I(tton, whose Imprint it bears. It cells for
eight dollars a volume In cloth, and may be obtained at
retail through the trade, bhortly after the flret volume
of this edition appeared, J, M. Moddart ic Co., of Philadelphia,
took rapid steps to reprint It In smaller type,
making a large octato of the original large qnarto.
This they are belling by subscription only, at fhe dollars
a volume in cloth, Mnce then the English pub.
Ushers. A. fc C Black, of Edinburgh have printed for
English-speaking countries outside of (treat Britain an
edition in small quarto, from .the orlgnal plates, u hich
differs from the large quarto edition only in having a
narrower margin and thinner paper. It is Imported by
Charles bcribner's Sous, and by them sold In the United
States and Canada, by subscription only, at five dollars
a volume. On the title-page li bears the name of Saru'J
L. Hall, who lb at the head of the subscription department
of iheScribuer house. Questions whether this
edition was a true of the English work
hating been asked, A fc C. Black have certified that it
Is " printed by us from the original stereotype plates of
the English edition;'' further, that the plates of both
thc'EnglUhandthe subscription editions are the same.'"
ArriDAvrr or Alexavdee Erazek. Senior Pawner op
NeillJc Co., Printers, Edinburgh.
United States of America, Southern District of 2fcw
York, Alexander Prazcr, being duly sworn, says that
he resides In Edinburgh, Scotland, and that he Is the
senior partner In the firm of Xeill & Co., Printers, of
that city. That said firm has printed the Encj clopredia
Brltannfca for years past, and Is now en
gaged in printing the current Mnth Edition of that
work. That said firm has set the type for, and hr.s stereotyped
or clectrotyped the whole of said Ninth Edition.
That the English Edition and the American
Edition of said w ork ha e both been and are being
printed from the same stereotype or electrotype plates.
That the American Subscription Edition only differs
from the English Edition In that the former Is printed
upon paper of tees size and thickness, and of poorer
quality. ALEX. FIlASEIt.
Sworn to before me this 20th day of November, 1SVL.
O. A. Clement, Notary Public, King,s Co.
rennsjlvanla College. Gettysburg. Dec OT, 1680.-We,
the undersigned members of the Faculty of Pennsylvania
College, hate no hesitancy In endorsing the edition of
the "Encyclopedia Britannica" bearing upon the title
Sage the name of Samuel L. Hall, and sold by Charles
cribnerV Sons, New York, as a faithful copy of the
edition published In Edinburgh and sold through Little,
Brown Js Co.; printed from the same plates, with the
exception of a fen minor changes that enhance Its aliie.
We also deem It superior In many respects to the
reprint published by J. M. Stoddart & Co., Philadelphia,
in which we are satisfied there are many errors
and some Intentional changes that injure Its accuracy.
This decision has been reached afteracomparlsonof the
three editions by seeral members of the lacultv.
M. Valentine, President; L. H. Croll, Prof, of 3Iaths.;
I Louis Bangher, Prof, of Greek; II. E. Jacob. Prof,
.f Latin: John A. Hines, Prof, of Eng. Lit.; E. S.
Prof, of Chem. and Mln.
I take pleasure In endorsing the above testinony.
Ciias. A. Hat,
t'rof. of Heb., etc.. In Theological Sem. Gettysburg, Pa.
It is also a known fa't thata suit is now pending In
he United States against J. il. Stoddart i Co. by Chas.
?cribners Sons, for infringement of their copyrights
n certain American aticlcs In the tenth volume of the
ncvclopicdia Britannica which they hac carefully
will iiodoubt Interfere with the
of their edition. THOS. G. THUUM,
Agent Encyclopaedia Britannica for Hawaiian Inlands.
Notice to the Public.
To avoid Imposition, purchasers of Waltbarn Watches
will observe that every genuine watch, whether gold or
silver, bears our trade marlc on both case and movement.
Gold cases are stamped "A. W. Co." and guarantee
certificates accompany them. Silver cases are stamped
"Am. Watch Co.. .Valtham, Mass , sterling Oliver and
are accompanied by guarantee certificates, signed It. K.
llobblns, 'treasurer. The name WaJtham" is plainly
engraved upon all movements, Irrespective of either dls
This CAUtiou Is rendered necessary by reason of the fact
that our cases are frequently separated from our movements
and put Into worthless movements of other makers,
and rice tena, thus affecting Injuriously the performance
of the watches and vitiating our guarantee, which Is Intended
to cover only our complete watches wholly made
by us. It ts necessary, also, because It Is so notorious as
to be a public scandal, that there Is great fiaud In the
in Lal quality of both gold and silver cases as now generally
sold. We luve demonstrated by frequent assays
tliat many gold and silver canes offered In the market are
debased from from 10 to 0 per cent, from the qnaltty
they assume to be. This Is a fraud upon the purchaser, and
accounts for the low price at which such cased watches
have been sold.
We take this occasion to announce that we nave recently
entirely remodelled the very popular grades of full
plate movements, known by the marks Win. Ellery1
"Appleton. Tracy & Co ," " Waltbam Watch Co., P. 8.
Bar lie it," and Broadway giving to them not ouly a
highly Improved appearance, but great Additional valoe.
We embody in them such of the best results of our experience
aud study for twenty yean as can be uefut In this
popular form of watch. We give these new model watches
special recommendation to all who look for good performance
and solid excellence at moderate cost. The
alterations have been mode with the view of pleaalug
practical watch makers, as well as watch wearers.
W avail ourselves, too. of this occasion to warn the
public against cheap watches. The superiority of
waltnam gooas, in an graaes, is now so generally
that our comDetltO'S. Swiss and American.
seem to have no resource but vo present the attraction of
low rrlce. Their goods being Interior to nurs, they have
to sell them for what they can get. Times are hard, and
people generally not knowing a good watch from a bad
one, very often allow a small price to decide them. William
Morris, the eminent English Lecturer on Art and
Labor Topics, in a recent lecture dellrered before the
Trades Guild says ;
"I know that the public In ran era! are set upon having
things cheap, being so ignol nt that they do not know
when they get them nasty, an so Ignorant that they
neither know nor care whether they give a man his doe.
I know that the manufacturers, 'so called are so set on
carrying out competition to Its utmost, competition of
chetpoess, not of excellence, that they meet the bargain
hunters half way, and cbeerfullyfurnlsb them with nasty
wares at the cheap price they are asked for, by means of
w bat can be railed by no prettier name than fraud.
We are much mistaken If this Is what the public wants
or expects, of us, at least. Good watches cannot be made
when neither workmnn nor employer has pride In his occupation;
Interest and pleasure In the work are both
wanting, and both are essential In good watch making.
Low price, especially In watches, meant low quality, vrith
low performance and high repairs.
Our mission was, and oar business Is, to make good
watches, whatever the cost ; holding firmly to this single
purpose, we have seen improvement in quality and redaction
la cost, by means of discoveries and ImproTements In
machinery and by natural causes, go steadily on together,
until we can truly say, Waltbam Watches In their
grades, are the best watches made ; and as to tne
lower grades, they are within the reach of everybody
who earns wages. Oar prices are ai low as tney ought to
be, and as low as they will be. Watches cannot be made
tor nothing, eren by machinery. We say to the public,
buy a good watch whUeyouareabontlt, and pay a proper
price for It. The more yon pay an bonest dealer the bet
ter satisfied you will be In the end ; don't be deceived by
cheapness quality descends faster than price.
For American Watch Co., of Waltham, Mass.
BOBBINS & APPLETON.
760 ly General Agents, New York, U. S. A
CS" All the above Uae of Waltham Watches for sale at
the Store of M.MCINEBNY, Solo Agent for tbls Kingdom.
Also, Agent for the GORITAM STERLING
The Trade supplied at the LOWEST PRICES.
AFUXX SP1J,Y OF BASE BALLS AND
Bats, various grades, at
7lgm THOS. G. TnRUSTS Fort St. Store.
AE0UHD THE W0ELD WITH GRANT.
THE U.NDEUSnSNF.n AHE APPOINTED
Agents for the only authentic and authorized edition
of "AROUND THE WORLD WITH GRANT," by
J. Russell Young, issued by the American News Co to
be complete in 1W parts, to form two volumes. All other
editions purporting to be Grant's Tour are spurious
WHITNEY Jt ROBERTSON,
TOO 2m THOS. G. THRUM.
AU SIIII'PEnS OFFREIGHT
.giL per steamers Likchkr, Lehoa and
an- hereby notified that we will
not lie resDonjlhle for anv Frfl"ht or
Parcel, unle6 we receipt for the ratne. shippers are
requested, in cae of loss or damage, to make immediate
claim at the odce or hy letter. Claims will not be entertained
unless made'wHhin one month of loss or damage.
Pas'cncers and shippers of freight are particularly
requested to report any complaints thev may ha e at our
office. frILDER & CO.
February a. 1980. TOO lin
CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC.
iir.iiAi.F or tiii: prnuisucRS or
the Edlnbnreh Subscription Edition of the ENCYCLOPEDIA
BniTAXSlCA. Ninth Edition, Messrs. A.
& C Illaek. and their American Asents, Chas.
Scribner's Sons, I am authorised to recehe
for their Gtnuint Edition, and to guard the public
acainst the spnrions edition now offered by an Agent
who purports his edition to be the correct one.
Subscriptions will be received only for the entire set
of 21 volumes, and arc payable on delivery of each volume
a delivered. THOS. O. THRUM.
TW 2m Asent for the Hawaiian Islands.
BIT JIAAY RUltSCRIRERS OF THE
Encyclopaedia Britannica, and gentlemen of
Honolulu. Beware of spurious advertisements the
Scribner. (Hall's cheap edition), that Thos. G. Thrum
tries to speak of, is not the Ediuburxh edition; it is a
cheap, worthless edition got np: It was offered to me on
a large commls.lon, but I would not take it, because I
have reason to believe that the w hole thlngwill but up
in sir months. The American lleprint is a flrstlas
word for word and letter for letter with the Edinburgh
Edition and beantifnl binding for one-half the price.
1 am agent for the Edinbu gh Edition and the American
Reprint, and have put the work into all the leading
houses and libraries in the United States, and have
rom most all the Professors in America.
I hate all the volumes that are published in Edinburgh
new In this city.
1 remain your humble servant,
T. K. McDONELL.
71)0 It Agent for the best works published.
HAVE JTJT RECEIVED A Feu- jrore
ofthosc Justly Celebrated Wagons, carrying capacity
3.5U) to 4.5D0 lbs. The demand for these Wagons
is Increasing. Of all we have imported none have failed
to GIVE PERFECT SATISFACTION. Although goods
of e cry description hat e ad anced In price, w e shall
SELL THIS LOr OF WAGONS AT OLD PBICES.
We also lme one DEMOCRAT SPRING WAGON,
two Spring Scats, with Pole, Well 3Imle, Nlruu;r,
Humble mid Cheap.
W'c have a a few more those Cortland Buggies, open,
and with top.
One Two Seat Wagon, with Top. Pole and Shaft.
These Cortland Wagons arc NOTED Tor their Strength
and Durability, and we are anthorized to guarantee them
in this respect. They are sold at from 25 to 50 per cent,
lower than any other vehicle of same in this
market. We have sold a large number of these Wagons
and Buzglc. Those who have tried them say there is
no BETTER vehicle made.
Send for Circular of Prices, or call and he convinced.
TOO DILLINGHAM CO.
Royal Hawaiian Theatre.
MISS ZOE GAYTON Manageress
MIt. FJtAXK PERKINS Business Manager
GRAM) C03III.IMEXTAItY UEXEFIIT
MR. EDGAR F. WALTON
Friday Evening March 5th, 1880
On which Occasion the Following Ladies and Gentlemen
have in the kindest manner olunteered.
MISS BELLA MILLER. The Hawaiian Nightingale.
MR. IIENRYbT. MAUR, From the Australian Theatres
MIL HENRY MORTON, and MR. E. B. MILTON, Supported
by the full Corps Dramatic of Miss J!oc Gayton's
The performances will commence with the beautiful
Drama in two Acts, founded ou facts by George Alinar,
The Dropping Well of Knaresbourg.
The whole to conclude with Donglas Jerrolds Nautical
Drama, in twn Acts,
Black Eyed Susan, or, all in the Downs
Doors Open Sharp at ".'SO. Curtain rises a 8 o'clock.
Resened seats to be had at McWaync's Drug store.
s. c. Bonn. II. . BOWLET.
Importers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Tup anil Open II ocknwil s,
Top nml Opcu llugirlcs,
Jump Scat Hustles,
Mnsle Seat Ilnsliiovs Wagons,
Tito Neat Country Wagons.
And every description of
HARNESS, SADDLERY, WHIPS, BLANKETS, ROBES.
Aoents l'Dii James It. Hill A. Co's
CELEBRATED CONCORD HARNESS.
No. 9 New Merchants' Exchange, California St.
Repository and Sale Stables,
Cor. New Montgomery and Mission Sts.
Importers and Dealers in
Horses, Mules, Cows,
And all kinds of
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
790 4m Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
IT'S A GOOD THING!
nur rr can't be doxe i
There is No Money iu (lie Country.
The "Credit System"
has been too long established to be changed to a
" Gold Basis," etc., etc.
Tho months' experience since our
proves that what " They Say" Is not true In this
case, if in every other.
There is Cash enough in the Country
like "music In the deep," it only needs to be
drawn to the surface.
OTJU CASH BASIS
has had the magic power to find the vaulted coin.
The " New Departure" has shown np the " Crtdlt
System" in its true HghL Careful buyers
declare that " Credit is an expensive
WE HAVE ON HAND
A Large Assortment of
many of which are
Fresh from the Factories
bought al old prices for cash. We are prepared to
offer bargains to all cash purchasers.
TOO BIIXttfUIIAM & Co.
c;ive runuc notice that
I have appointed ON CHONG CO. as my Agents
to transact all business arising from the renting of Real
Estate owned by me, daring my absence from this Kingdom.
Honolulu, Feb. 12. 1SSX ftfl 2m
JL will be closed EVERY SATURDAY at 1 P.M. on
and after Saturday, the 7th of February. 1S30.
CASTLE & HATCH.
W C JONES.
786 JAMES M. MONSAItBAT.
UNDERSIGNED IIAVINU BEEN Appointed
THE Administratrix and Administrator ot the
estate ot William Love, deceased, request that all claims
against said estate be pressented with! 1 six months
from date, or they will be forever barred, and all persons
owing said estate are requested to pny them to the
undersigned, MRS, L. LOVE.
D. K. FYFE, Admiaistrato.
Honolulu, Peb. 21, 1830. 789
Je-4. --!- iir
in il ii i
" ' 2 . w v- , w -" "
By C. S. BA11TOU.
ON THURSDAY, HARCH 4th,
At 10 A. M. at Sale Room.
A Yariety of Mcrcluunlisc,
Comprising Prints, Cottons, Fine Casslmercs.
-A- Hiot of luviiitiire
Chairs, Tables, Bedstead, Mattras.,
Mosquito Net, Saddle Bags.
LOT OF CL.OTH1NC.
Coats, Pants, Tests, Ac
Asorteil Crackers, Boxe of Soap,
Boxes of Tea. Boxes of Candle.,
McMnrray's Oysters, 1 and 2 lb; Lnnch Tongues,
Red Salmon. Sardine., Eagle Milk,
Bag. of Com, Sugar and Potatoes.
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
A Superior Saddle Horse,
Kind in every respect, broken to harness.
C. S. BARTOW. Auctioneer.
OJLD LU MB E 11
ON SATURDAY, MARCH 6th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At the Wharf of Messrs Tlbbetts Sorenson, will be
sold a Lot of
SUITABLE FOR FIREWOOD.
U. S. BAP.TOW. Auctioneer.
SITUATED AT niLO. IIAWAII.
PWUSIIAN CB WITH A POWEIl OF S tT.E
contained in a certain mortgage d-ed dated 16th day
of February, IST8, madp between S. Klpi of the one part,
and Rev. E. Bond of the other part, and recorded In Liber
51 pages 111, 112 and Iti, and assigned to C. R.
Smith, Mr. C. S. Bartow is instrnctsd to sell-at Public
Auction, at his Rooms In Honolulu,
ON' SATURDAY, MARCH SOtll. 1880,
At 12 o'clock, noon.
All that certain IIou.o Lot in Pilhonua, Hilo, together
with the Houses, Structures, Improvements and Appurtenances
Alfo, nil thoe ceitaln tracts and parcels of land situated
in Wainaku In said Hilo, described in Royal Patents
Nos. 2505 and 155.1, together nllh all Buildings and
Structures thereon, and all trops of Cane growing
thereon, and all the appurtenances thereunto belonging.
For further particulars apply to
RICIPD F. lllCKERTON,
Att'y for Assignee of Mortgage,
Or C. S. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
The only Instrument of the kind on the Islnnds, which
records the moistnre in the atmosphere, w 1th a view to
successful planting. C. S. BARTOW.
ONE COTfAGE PIANO, A GOOD
'."yza. 'ttM taned instrument.
a a BARTOW.
Valuable Real Estate.
O. S. BARTOW, Aucfr.
feh STOMACH &
The Bitters Invariably remedy yellowness of the complexion
and whites of the eye-, pains in the right side
and under the right shoulder-blade, furred tongue, high
colored urine, nausea, vertigo, dyspepsia, constipation,
heaviness nf the head, mental despondency, and every
other manifestations or acccompaniment or a disordered
condition of the liver. The stomach, bowels and kidneys
also experience their regulating and tonic influence.
For sale by all Druggists and Dealers generally.
For Sale by REDINGTON & CO,
TOO San Francisco Cal, U. S. A.
Administrator's Sale of Real Estate
THE JIATTER OF THE ESTATE OF
C. Kanalna, deceased intestate. By virtue of an order
of sale by the Hon. C.C.Harris, Chief Justlco of the
Supreme Court, sitting as a Court of Probate, on the
6th day of January, A. D. 1880, the undersigned will sell
at public auction,
ON SATURDAY, APRIL 3d, 1880,
At 12 o'clock noon, at the front door of Alliolani Hale,
all the right, title and interest, which the said Charles
Kanalna, deceased, had In and to
THE FOLLOWING PARCELS OF LAND. NAMELY:
LOT 1 KAIEIE, in Kalihi, Oahu, and containing
an area of 26 acres, more or less.
LOT s I.i:.VHA. in Kalihi aforesaid, and containing
au area uf 63 45-100 acres, more or less. (These two
lands adjoin each other, and are excellentgrazing lands.
Title Royal Patent.)
I.Of 3-ONE LOT OF LAND situated In Pamoo,
Honolulu, immediately in rear of the residence of Rev.
Mr. Damon, entrance from Hotel street, containing an
area or of an acre. This lot is leased for $00 per
annum, the lease expiring June :!0th, 1881.
LOT i That Lot on the corner of King and Punchbowl
streets, with the houses thereon, containing an
area of 17-100 of an acre. This lot is subject to a life interest
of one Mrs. Kaehu, who is now about 70 years of
age, the life interest to be stated on day of sale.
LOT 5-Lotin Waikiki, UAIALII. containing an
area of 5 acres.
LOT l-Lot In Hi of Pau, Waikiki, containing an
area of 92-100 of an acre. This is one patch, and can be
planted in kalo or rice.
Lor 7 Lot in Manoa, consisting of 14 acres. This
lot is leased for $235 per annum, payable semi-annually.
The iease expires September 30. 1391.
LOT AA OF HAKIPU.sitnated
in Koolanpoko, Oahu, survey of which is now in course
of preparation. This isavaluable pieceof land, comprising
grazing and rice lands and valuable fish ponds, and
will he sold subject to a lease of $150 per annum, expiring
December 31, 1881: also a second lease for $1M per
annum, expiring Octoher 31, 1SS8.
LOT 9-The well known lot of HAIMOEIPO. situated
on Palace Walk, and containing an area of
of an acre.
LOT 10-The BUILDINGS on the above lot, to bo
sold separately, and to be rcmoed within days after
the sale. The lot of Halmoeipo, (Lots U and 10) will be
sold ON THE PREMISES, immediately after the sale
of the other lots. The terms of the sale are cash, and
deeds at the expense of the purchaser, subject to approval
by the Probate Court.
rgrFor Charts and Surveys and other information,
opplyat the office of W.C.PARKE,
Administrator Estate of C. Kanalna.
Honolulu, Feb. 34, 18S0. T90
FURNISHED PLEASANT FBONT BOOST,
L At No. S Kukul St. 788 2t
Horse For Sale.
BROKEN TO TnE SADDLE AND
WELL for a lady, sold on account of departure.
Address Box 187 P.O. 789 2t
MY ABSENCE FnoM THIS KINGDOM,
DURING nephew, Mr. John Lecker, will hare foil
charge of, and attend to all business for me.
Honolulu. Feb. 10. 1830. 1 t9l7
NOTIFY ALL PERSONS
InEREBY In this Kingdom, that I have appointed
of Honolulu, my Attorney in
Fact, with full power and authority to settle all my accounts,
and to receive and receipt for the same.
784 2m T. CRAWFORD MACDOWELL,
GROVE IN KANEOIIE, OAHU,
MANGO Fire or Six Acres, well fenced, two
Cottages, Out-buildings, Shade and Fruit Trees, be
For particulars Inquire of
TS7 lm' S, W. POGUE.
FIRST MEETING OF THE KILAUEA
SUGAR CO. was held in Honolulu on the 3rd or
February, 1S80, when tne following officers were elected
for the ensuing year:
President.. Edward P. Adams.
Vice President Robert A. Maene, Jr.
Secretary Sanford B. Dole.
Treasurer.... J- C. Glade-Auditor
W. L. Green.
TheCharteror Incorporation granted to the said Company
by the Minister of the Interior, was formally ac
cepted; which Charter provides that "no stockholder
shall individually be liable for the debts of the Corporation
beyond the amount which may be due upon the
Share or Shares ot Stock owned by himseir."
7S9 4t S.B.DOLE.Se'cy.
By E. I. A1A3IS.
REGULAR GASH SALE
ON FRIDAY, MARCH 5th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. X.,
An Assortment of Dry Goods
White and Brown Cottons. Fine White Shirts,
American Prints, Fine Ouilts.
White and Red Wool Blankets,
Fancy Good". Men's Socks,
Fancy Wool Shirts, Clothing, etc etc.
PEESH GROCERIES & UANNED GOODS
McMurrav's 1 lb and 2 lb Oysters.
Lob.tet..'Salmoo, Jams and Jellies,
Table and Pie Fruits, La Croix Corn,
Olive OH, French Olives. H and Sardines,
Lard. Hams and Ricon. Mixed Pickles. Soap.
Pork and Beans. Tins Milk and Soda Crackers,
Eagle Milk, Kegs and Ba Sugar,
Bags Corn, Salmon, Cacs Kerosene Oil,
Jtcu, Ac, Ac
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION
BY OKDEU OF
E. G. Waller and S. C Allen,
I am directed to sell at Public Auction,
On Saturday, March 6th. 1880,
AT 12 O'CLOCK M., AT SALES ROOM,
The House & Lot situated on Nuuanu St.
Manka of the premises of the late G. C. McLean.
The Rental of which is worth S40 a month.
TERMS Half cash, balance on mortgage three to fire
years. Interest at 10 per cent, per annum.
tSyDeeds at expense of purchaser.
E. P. ADAMS, Ancfr.
R E AL ESTA T E
By Direction or F. W. Beckley, I am directed
to sell at Public Auction,
On. Saturday March 6th,
At 12 M. of that day, that certain
PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND
Situate at Waikiki, Island or Oahu,
And beta; immediately makai of the property
or Her Majesty Queen Emma.
Government Water Pipes rtn through the
ESTltle PerfeoL For further particulars inquire of
E. I- ADAMS, Auctioneer,
Or CECIL BROWN, Attorney for F. W. Beckley.
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
Important to Planters
AND THE PUBLIC GENERALLY.
GREAT SALE OF STOCK
AT AUCTION I
By order of G. W. Macfarlane & Co., Agents for Bowley
Bros., at the Hawaiian ItotaStabIcs,
On Monday, March 8th,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. M.,
When will be offered the the following Fine Stock:
Carriages, Harnesses, &o.,
Recently imported by the " Eureka" and "W. H.Meyer"
from San Francisco, from the well-known
Stock Firm of Bowley Bros.,
T? li o i o ax g" li - B red.
The celebrated Trotting Gelding Arrac, formerly
known as Oliver, the Handsomest, Fastest and most
Stylish Driving Horse in the Kingdom, guaranteed sound
in every particular. This beautiful animal will positively
be sold to the highest bidder, and under a guarantee.
One five year old dark bay Trotting Stallion, Santa
Rita. 16 hands high, sired by Geo. M. Patchen, dam, au
English thorougbred mare. Santa Rita is one of the
finest stallions ever imported here.
One five war old roan Driving Mare. Snowfiake. sired
by California Dexter, he by Whipple's Hambletonlan,
dam, a thoroughbred mare, which trotted over the Sacramento
track 20 miles Inside ot 1 hour. Very kind and
gentle, and a lady can drive her.
One lour vcar old Trotting Gelding sired by Niagara,
hair brother to the celebrated Crocker team, w hich have
trotted together over the Golden Gate Park in 2:23H.
One matched pair or Grey Geldings, 16!i hands high,
five years old the finest carriago team ever brought to
these Islands very stylish, kind and gentle, and guaranteed
In every particular.
One matched Sorrel Road Team, 7 and 8 years old,
kind and gentle, very stylish, can trot close to 3)4 minutes.
One Fine Trotting Marc, nine years old.
Sixty bead ot Kentucky bred Mules, the Best Lot ever
shipped here, and nearly all broken to harness.
One pair of Driving Matched Gray Mules, 5 years old,
16 hands hlph, thoroughly broken to harness, and can go
together close to 4 minutes.
One pair of matched Hay Mules, will either work or
drive, only five years old, and perfectly sound.
One pair ol White Mules, 16 hands high, work single
or double, and thoroughly broken.
Twenty sets or superior Pennsylvania made Mule.
Harness, made or Eastern Leather, and In sets for two,
four and six Mule Teams.
Carriages and Harnesses.
TwoTopIlockaways, two seats, from the celebrated
manufacturers, Briggs & Co., Mass
One Top Single Buggy, litest style, and side springs.
One superior Jump Seat Carriage, for 2 or 4 persons,
of the very best make a nice thing for a family.
Two Phxtons, single, very stylish equipages, and of
very neat materials and workmanship.
One Track Sulky, of the very best make Hetfield E
Also, a few sets ot Hill's Single and Doable Harness,
Silver and Gilt Mounted, and guaranteed Hill's make.
TERMS MADE KNOWN ON THE DAY OF HALE.
E. P. ADAMS, Aucfr.
TSTotioe of Sale!
By direction of A. J. CARTWRIGHT, the assignee of
a certain mortgage dated December 21th, 1877, made by
Wm. P. Lnmahefnei and Kanlu, his wife, and others, to
Thomas Cummins, and by said Cummins assigned to
the said A. J. Cartwright, I am directed to sell at public
auction, lor a breach of the conditions in the satd
On Saturday, the 13th day of March, 1880,
At 13 M., at mj (tales Room In Ilonolnln,
Those certain pieces or parcels of land situate at Kona,
Island or Hawaii, and known as the Ahupuaas or MAUI I
and KALAHIKI. Also, that certain piece or land at
Kona Akan, and described In Royal Patent 18SS, and
containing 6 50-100 acres. Also, that certain piece or
land situate at Honokaa, Hamakua, Hawaii, and described
In Royal Patent 0965, and containing 33Vt acres.
Also, those certain pieces or parcels or land situate In
Honolulu. Island of Oahu, and being Apanas 2 and 3 of
Royal Patent 1602, and Apanas 4 and 7 of Royal Patent
6604. For further particulars enquire of
E. P- ADAMS, Auctioneer.
Or CicilBhowji, Attorney for Assignee of Mortgage.
Mortgagee's Notice of Sale.
DIRECTION OF JAMES CAMPBELL.
BY mortgagee named In a certain Indenture of
Mortgage dated February 7th, 1378, made by William
Johnson to said James Campbell, I will sell at public
ON SATURDAY, TnE 13th DAY OF MARCH
At 12 M-, at my Salea Room in Honolulu,
All that certain piece or parcel or land situate, lying,
and being on the north-western side of Kaahumann Su,
in Honolulu aforesaid, described as follows;
Commencing at the east comer of this lot on
Street aforesaid, joining lot No. 5, and running
north 35 ' 15', west 85 feet 2 Inches along lots No, 5 and
4 to Iron holt to lot 3 to north corner of this, thence
south 580 20', west 33 feet 9 Inches on lot No. 3 to Iron
bolt at west comer of this, thence outh320 30, east
85 feet 2 Inches, along lot No. 7 to Iron bolt at
Street to the place or commencement, containing
an area ot three thousand one hundred and eighty-two
and three-fourths feet.
For further particulars enqnlre of
E. P. ADAMS, Ane tr.
Or CECIL BROWN, Attorney for Mortgagee. 789
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF SALE
ORDER OF J, HYMAN. ARSIUNEE OP
BY mortgage from Lata (w) and Kaola (k) to Chung
Waa, dated the 26th of April, 1379. and by Chun" Waa
assigned to J. Ilyman on the 3d of January, 1880, 1 shall
sell at Public Auction, lor a breach or the conditions In
said mortgage contained, on
Saturday, the 20th day of March, 1 880
At is o ClOCE noon, at oaics juwui.
m nmmtu. mi Ynrt .tr.st. TTonolulu. next makai or
the premises ot Mr. Lonisson, Including an area of 7,441
eauare feet, and bounded as follows: From the southeast
side of Fort street S. 21 or. W. to 142 feet from
th school-house spire, ran S. 433 S0 E. to 78 3-10 feet;
S.420 20".W.to8av4 feet; N.423 20 W. to 93JJ feet
along the lane; N. S3 a WE. to 87 3-10 feet along Fort
street to starting point. Together with all the easements
and Improvements Dejongia iucreu.
For further particulars apply to .. . ..
E. P. ADAMS, Ancfr,
Or 3. B. DOLE, Attorney for Assignee.
By E. 1. ADAMS.
lEkjotloe of JSil.
By direction of STEPHEN SPENCER aad H. A.
WlbEMANN. the mortgagers named In three "
Indentures of mortgage dated rtfpteilrtlj NoTtmbet ,
1S7K. April 31 SS77, and Septembers. 1877, madej bj
H.A.Wldemannand Stephen Spencer, I am directed
to sell at public auction
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24,1880
At 13 X.atnySalMBooB la Honolnln,
That certain tract of land situate In tho District of Ktila,
Island of Maul, and known as the
Ahupuaa of Kaonoulu.
And said to contain
Ten Thousand Acres, more or leu,
And belne the land awarded to one Hewahewa by
For further particulars enqnlre of
E. r. ADAMS. Auctioneer,
Or CECIL BROWN, Attorney for Mortgagees.
ORDER OF THE HON. CHAS. C
BY HARRIS, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court,
made on the 12th day of January, A. D. 13tU.the undersigned
will sell at public auction, at the Auction House,
of E. P. Adams in Honolulu, on
Saturday, the 10th day or April, A. D. 186
At 13 o'eloesc noon ofsalil day.
The following Tracts or Land, being a portion of the estate
ot the Hon. W. L. Moehonua, deceased, in order to
1. The maukanortlou or tho Ahnpnaa of Palehunal,
situated on the Island of Maul. L. C. A. 3S0, containing
an area of abontll.H0 acres. Tola portion of
uaa runs from the mountain to the sea, and has a
oundary on the sea wall of about 111 feet. Plws and
surveys of said premises may be seen at the office of
Castle A Hatch.
2. Premises at Palolo, Island of Oahu: (1) all tract or
land described In Royal Patent No. 2539, containing 1
acre laiMOdsq. chain.. (2) All thoe premises described
In Roval Patent No. 3533. 10 4100 sq. chains. The above
having been convered to said Moehonua by
Sreml.es recorded in liber 21. folio ITS.
3. Premises at Manoa Vallev. Island of Oahu. The
Ahupuaa of Puulena, Royal Pattnt No. 3963. containing
33 4-10 acres, less the following pieces sold by said
vti : 7 acres sold to Apeo tt at, deed recorded
in libera, lollo a:. Lot sold to Hani, deed recorded la
liber 21, folio 3GS. Lot sold to Kalwl, deed recorded In
liber 21. folio 334. Lot sold to Pualolr, deed recorded la,
Ubcr27,folto81. CHARLES T.QULICK.
Administrator of Estate or W.L. Moehonua, deceased.
IS PROPONED TO HOLD A BAZAAR
rr the Lvceum (br the kind permission of Mr. J. T.
Waterhouse). on TUESDAY. April 27th, to raise fund
for the erection and fnrnlshlsg of Mission premises for
the Anglican Church at and Kealakekna Bay.
Contributions will be thankfully received by the ladle
of the Committee The Hon. Mrs. Bishop, Mrs. Davlea,
Mrs. DowseR. Mrs. Harris, Mrs. Mackintosh, Mrs.
Miss Willis. Mrs. Wodehonse. 788
HOUSE FOR SAL.E
ON EMMA STREET.
mnu house and lot on emma st
Belonging to the undersigned. Apply to
E. P. ABAXS,
782 tf Queen Street.
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS
PARTIES IN HONOLULU
Or other parts of the iAl&ndj.
CAN nAVE THEIR
Orders Filled at Lowest Rates
By application to Mr. E P. ADA11H, queen Street, who
has our Descriptive Catalogue with Prices.
ON HAND AT THE STORE OF L W. HOPP
Black Walnut Bedroom Sets,
ltlack Walnut Sideboards,
Black Walnut Dining; Chain,
Oak Cane Seat Dining Chain,
Cedar Iledroom Sets,
L P. ADAMS, AGENT FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
LARGE ASSORTMENT. IXC'LUBINO
A Cordage, Hemp and Manila,
Cotton Duck, Hemp Canvas, Flax Camas,
Flax Sail Twine, Cotton Hall Twine,
Blocks, Oars, Mast Hoops, Jib Hanks,
Tar, Pitch, Coal Tar.
783 For sale by BOLLES t Co.
Bran and Oats-
'-LADY LAMFSOX," THIS DAT.
IJIX (7S2) BOLLES Co.
PER LADY LAMPSON." IJT
kegs about 30 lbs. each, and 4 lb. glass Jars, of
superior quality. (782) BOLLES & Co.
SMALL LOT RECEIVED PES LA BY
A LAMPSON." (782) BOLLES & Co.
Faints and Faint Oils
FULL ASSORTMENT. INCLUDING ALL
A colors and shades of the Celebrated Robber
Paints. C782) BOLLES & Co.
Cables and Anchors
CABLES AND IRON STOCK AN.
CnAIN from K inch to IU Inch, ex Nor-ham
Castle direct from Glasgow.
782 For sale by BOLLES & Co.
Oregon Family Fig Fork
PUT DP IN SO POCNB KEGS, A Y1XB
article. For sale by
Jan. 7, 1880. (732J BOLLES 4 Co.
Hew Zealand Fotatoe.
STMR. ZEALANDIA. A SMALL LOT
PER New Crop, Inst received.
TBS For Silo by BOLLES Co.
DAY. CALIFORNIA OATS, STAT,
TUTS Whole and Groand Barley. .
T8S For Sale by BOLLES & Co.
Extra 1&eu Beef
SALE BY ..
FOR BOLLES ft Co.
California Elver Salmoa.
ARTICLE IS BARRELS ANB
rat For Sale by BOLLES A Co.
FISHERIES 1 NETS AND SUNBl
Ws oSsrto tie XavsiUs Iskaas
Cotton ZEImla. 3TettlztsisJ
An article In universal use in the United States, aad becoming
so in Europe. It Is lighter than hemp, faster to
haul aud more durable, and Is especially salted to tie
Elsherie or the Facile Islands. A piece ot 15 poead
Cotton Netting (corresponding to the 3B pound alze
hemp). 2M Inch mesh of H
long and lut) meshes wide, fa estimated to weigh
120 lbs. against 130 lbs. hemp- Cotton Is the lowest la
cost, and on the average wears one-third loafer
Oar friends Messrs. C. Brewer 4 Co. will foiwsM say
orders fisherman are disposed to leave them for
AMERICAN SET A3B TWINB GO
738 3s BetoB,V.S.At