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O O TCIMCS R. O I A I. .
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, IS77.
"" r w have been in-. R v r..i..
dia. from .a FrancUco; 13th, NcjIjq bark gljold. from
.... , . ...crirn scnoonrr Slabel Seolt, from I.J.
am.. u me t aciac; anl American bark M U Robert, from i
XK .1. . ... . . ...
, -t, Elise, f,r San Franc;:o;
" . r,anryi I3,n.Fnnie Hare, for S.n Francisco.
Tia ash is C . . ' ...
s,e uenga. has been put onjer the Ha-
waiiau nsg, ana will fr gM Francisco flrst fair wind.
ane oarkcnline 1 A Falkioburg is
will hare dispatra.
loading f-r Port!anJ, anl
w- -"". ipni ran wimacuco J-cr Zealandia are tj the
3d lost. W clip the fallowing from Ihe Commtrcial UtraJd
nr. t !. -.
d IM 1st:
Pre A a T nrni I i
for the bkm part, .old ia bood Jr shipment to Victoria B
C. We remark a continued active demand tor No I Hawai
ian grocery grade . Our market U now bir of refining grades
' - j uin Lf y, 3iurray and IX W
A laity hare both arrired from Honolulu aioce our but with
limited wapr.hr.; alao the Oneco. from Batavia. with 2 S 7
FX', 4Sfe The "
Th Morning Call of Ihe V1 .:
n advance of Te all round now
TIT . ' " rowoerea. ije; Cube CruM and floe
Crashed, 13e; Granulated. l;,c; y,Uow C. lOJc ft in bbiT
Rlc-lbe Htock of China U large, aod L Jr. r , '
! 1?-? "OOT'n'- T" Chinese are tbe chief bu,e".
V"" . : "rel. uar people use more
, io, iih no (raclea ery aimiiar.
.ry tor the mw of roniomr.
fr.a Ukon( brouhl 38,0J bar.. The .hip Connaarht
Banfer itjm Iloo(k4i( brousbt 34,724 pkg. fc
-XC,Ll P,ock Hwiin U liberal; price, low, .ay
Th D C Murra arrived an tbe ult, 1 daya paaaaget
tb II W Almy oo I be 26tb, 13 day.; and Ihe Di.coyery on
lb 2d nil, 13 dayi. Tbe U C JIurrar waa to aall on tbe 4ih.
.rn.cn cut i jean, eauea irom fan Francwco tot the
gaano UdI. via Honolulu, Jaa 27.
The following "Circular 1 the Hawaiian I.landa " from
Ueaars. William., BUnrWd Co. of flan Franciaco, will be
rraj with interest:
vr., . . rCco. Cat... January 1. 177.
. Tbe fallowing flftir-w wUl .how tbe nfar Uade of tola city
wo 1171 1 '
Stock January 1, 17 ,
Less (twice entered) 1
Eastern (mostly refloed). .........
tjtn low grade China shipped to
Available tr consumption.....
Less stock January 1, 1S77.
lonsunipiiira, 18. B 68,521,C20
BttT fHoaa Product of fo.iucl Pugar Factory 495,000
rmouct oi Sacramento Sugar Facto
ry, estimate.! 600,000
Telegraphic dispatches from New York of this date renort
that there has been forwarded to Han Francisco In 187S, 63,470
dois ana i.ati ni dois, equal to la,O0O,000 Iba ol refined .ugar.
In.tead of Han Francisco alone, it doubtless mean, all point,
west of Ihe Rocky Mountain. aupplying, for con.umption.
lue iciniorieani v tan, nomana ana Idano, the Btate of ISe
vada. and California at points outside of Ban Franri rn. anil
San Franciaco direct (a. will be seen by Ihe foregoing table) to
the extent of 6,447.000 lbi probably, in roond number., about
o.uuw.uuu ids, inciuuing some new ijrleana Irom ht Louis and
other point, leaving about 9,000,000 lbs for the other localities
AUOf Ibis trade la ursr west of the Rockv Mountains le.
giUmately belongs to tan Francisco, and was enjoyed by us
for a number of years consecutively till 1875, wben the cur
rent of trail in tbe Sandwich Island aurars was changed bv
the sale in that year, f-.r the flr.t time, of a large portion of
men ruuui: 10 m. aaa r rancisco reunertes, tnereny reducing
tbe sugar trails cf this eily from 67.000,000 Iba in 1S74 is
02,500,000 lb. In ls7S the New York refineries having sup.
puea poiu west 01 i lie nocay mountains in tne latter year
with 4.000,000 lb, besides 3,000,000 lbs which came direct to
this city. This year our large increase of population has car
ried tbe coo.umplien up to 68,500,000, but it would have been
77,600.000 bad not tbe New York sugar refineries secured a
market for 9,000,000 lb at point west of the Rocky Mountain.
ooiatae oi can r rancirco, itius cutting our merchant, ofr from
that amount ol trade. The explanation of ibis matter is,
siwipiy, io sugar consumers wani a larger variety or grade
than the Pan Francisco refineries furnish, their product being
confined almost entirety to hard and aoft White and choice
Yellow; whereas the New York refineries furnish a variety
of grades, with a variety of prices, almost aa numerou a
those of the Hawaiian plantations, being made not only from
rneuvio, out moiaases, imported largely from the W est Indies,
Tbe Hawaiian Island furnished the people cf the Pacific
slope the necessary variety, and in sufficient quantify, till
1875. when a large portion of their product waa diverted to
another channel, and consumer were compelled to look
elsewhere for substitute
If neither tbe Hawaiian I.landa nor Ihe San Fraociico re.
floerie can supply these outlying communities west of the
stocky Mountain, ana the Urge demand of this city of 300,000
people, with such a variety and such a quantity of sugar a
they require, they wiU doubtless continue to draw a portion oi
taetr supplies iron new xorit ana Louisiana, and, perhaps, to
some extent, from the Hongkong refinery, aa they have done
ibe past year quite extensively.
Tbe large sale of 7,000,000 lb. (a 1S75, aod 15.000,000 its In
liTfl, by ibe New York sugar refineries and others east to the
psopM of tas racinc slops is to oe mucn regreueu, lor tne
reason that having, alter so many years losing this market,
now secured so aiuih of oar trade, they wni not readily reliu
quish it; and there ia reason to fear that their fierce opposition
to the treaty last summer may be rekindled next winter in an
eCort to get lie law repeaksd wcirn make it operanv. r or
tunatelv for our sugar Interest, the entire session of this
Congress, till it expires March 4 Lb, will be occupied with the
exciting question aa to who ia to occupy tbe Presidential
Chair after that date. No legislation of any moment i. likely
to receive attention. W hen another year comes around, it is
to be hoped that wise counssia on the part of all who are inter
ested la this Important treaty will secure lis perpetuity.
Tbe conaumDtion of suaar on Ihe Pacific slope having near-
' 1 doubled in ten vears. and it be ins now about bo.ooo.ouo lbs.
aa encouraging future opens for Hawaiian plantera under the
treaty; for there ia no prospect of sugar being a free article
slurlng tbla century, u ever, as a large pan oi uia goiu revc-
ost .a derived Irom sugar; ana me revenue is uuung ou on
I There anDeara to be sufficient warrant for tbe necessary
outlay to bring all the sugar lands of Ihe Island under cultiva
tion, for it is not probable that tbe product will ever be suffi
cient to overtake our Increasing annual requirement oo iuis
coast. With a duly of about ad per cent, ad valorem on other
sugars, the Hawaiian plantera have nothing to fear from any
Quarter, as aa the people of the Pacifio coast are nnited iu
support of Ihe treaty, as the eastern sugar Interests cannot.
probably, aucceea against tne umteu wisues oi tue pcupic acre,
la regard to tbe quality of Ibe Hawaiian sugar, U 1 un-
oaestiooablv for the interest of tbe slanters. if Ihelr cane will
viaid hia-a erases of mis-ax. to make suoh; and although there
can be no oussiioo about washed uari being, eventually, ad
mitted: free of doty under Ibe treaty, it I questionable
whether it ia good policy to make any as white aa some recent
ly received. uch while ugars will increase tbe hostility of
lb New York refiner towards the treaty, and may, under a
change of circumstances, make enemies of lb dan Francisco
A usual in the clewing months of the year, trade ia dull in
sill descriptions of merchandise. In no article of merchandise
i there a more enc- nxaglog prospect in view than in sugar
ihe coming year. Stock throughout the world have not been
so small a now for many year. Cuba, which produce a
.third el tbe sacs aucar of the world, owing to civil war and
a. severe drought, kd a diminished crop last year, with the
orosneclof a Urge deSslency this year.. But tbe great deo-
cieacy 4n tbe y itkl of the Ivet sugar product of Europe ia tbe
most notent cause of the recent excitement in the article.
Beets furnish more than one-third of the sugar of the world,
and the crop of beet sugar was a signal failure la.t year, l ne
Imme-tii'T effect was speculaUoo, from which there has been
some reaction; out in permanent cuecioi a uicijr aimin
Isbed product of beet sagar ia Europe which waa .31T,t)23
Ions in 1875 will be felt, aa the season advances, in all cane
sugar producing cocntries.
France ia the largest beet su-ar proJocing country of Europe,
iu product being 4d2,23 tooa in 1S75. Tbe following exlract
from the report of Ita erop in 18 To will be Interesting t " The
paat season has been very disastrous. Out of 433 faotorie in
operation in 1S75, only 184 are now in existence. Beet juice
treated ia the first month of tbe season of 1875 waa 4.333,601
fcrctoUiexs. and in the first month of the season or 1376 only
064,617 hectoliters, and the average density was 10 per cent,
lover. Tbe yield of sugar in Sept. or 1875 was 22,979 ton.,
and in Sept. 1370, 6,023 tons. Deterioration in the sugar
yielding quaiily of the beets has been going on for a number of
The latest London telegram relaliv o the sugar market of
Europe ia as follow : Revival of speculation in low grade
has fully recovervd the decline cf the last cf November.
Other kinds firmer. Slock in Ihe Tnited Kingdom .mailer
than for many year. Tbe reports from beet .ugar countries
place the product below previously diminished estimates."
There appears to be a eocabioaiion of circumstances such
as the Increased coal of production, the deterioration of .ugar
laaul. by exhaustion, and tbe increase of consumption among
the masses -that seem to warrant the expectation cf high
prices of sugars, not for the present year only, but for years to
A fortnight ago our refiners, tearing; a renewal of shipments
from New York:, reduced the price oi Golden C from 11) to
lOc and Whites from 13- to 12Jc; but the decline probably
will be temporary here, as doubtless it will be In New York.
We wish we could speak as encouragingly relative to rice.
The product of the islands, has, for several year, been nearly
equal to our consumption. Occaai naljy. small Iota of Caro
litut have been brought from New York to supplement the deficiency-
The long delay of the law to carry tbe treaty into
effect, cat short our supply of Hawaiian rice last rear, and
talher kind, had to be substituted, and Ibis ditnlni.bed the C.n.
adaption for 1376, probably nearly to Ihe extent of the stock
now accumulated here.
This unusually large stock, and the dullness of trade. Inci
dent to the close of the year, has depressed price to an unrea
sonably low figure. But with reference to tbe future product,
rice cultivator, .boa Id consider that this coast does not re
qoire more lbrn 24)00,000 lbs choice rice annually; and there
is no outlet fur it ia Ihfl Eastern States, notwithstacdiag its
freedom from duty.
Our Chinese population will not nse it even at a lower cost
than No. a China. If. however, the tics product is Increased,
it will probably be well to secure seed from China, and pro
dues the grades known aa Mas. 1 and 2 Chjna, to be packed iu
Chinese mats of 49 lbs each. The Chinese on Ibis coast con
sums nearly 60,000,000 lbs rice per annum; and tbe island,
'can nevar give us an over-supply If tbey can produce a grade
acceptable to those people. ....
Fob Saw FaA.tciaco Par Elise. Feb 10th
Molasses, galls....... 870, Bice. lb... 20.100
Melado. galia. 1,400, cugar, lb. 105,043
Value Domestic . $55,73220
Fob 8txbt Fer Zealandia, Feb 11th
Coffee, lb 731 1 Pula, lb 6,072
Pry Good, pkg 29
Value Domestic. ....$.1,06S.2D4 Foreign
Fob Saw Fmasi Cisco Fer Fannie Hare, Feb 13th '
Coffee, lbs 8.081 .Sugar, lb. 333,352
Rice, lb 48,4001 . . ; , . ... aVi '
Value Domestic ,...31,6o8 92
Taviob At Folks tone, England. Jaa 20th, Amiixa, be
loved wife of Hugh Taylor, Esq, of Park House. Montreal, Ad
vocate, and daughter of the late Jas Buchanan, Fsq, British
Consul at New Yoik. - - -j 1 J M!''
Bcsh. At Kspalama,Frb lllh,Gsoa LlH A vaso, infant
son of His Excellency Jno E Bush, aged 1 month and. 30 days.
Nichols At Ulio, Hawaii, Fb 7Ut, Pr A 8 Nichols,
(d about ii years.
POUT Or HONOLULU, H. I.
10-.-rlir Ka Moi. HrynolJ., from Kahului, Usui.
10 f4unr Ki!u-, Marctu-ot, from Kauai.
10 fc!ir J-nny, l iiama. from K'joa A Kaa. Hawaii.
-"' I uoa. Mast, from K -h a, Hawaii.
11 K 31 9 'larilia, Thomson. 7 ilJ and 4 hour, tra
"io r raocnco
n or bk fkjld. Hu? g-, 90 da . from Adelaide. Ao..
1 s rt. hr !ar-jo. Nik., from Kolc and Waimea, Kauai
"ctr i.uaa, .aai, from Molokai.
15 Am schr Wabl .tt. Higgina, 13 uaya from Fau-
ixint . i (Land, Tia It no, Uawa:l.
li Am bk Jlary Uclle Uobcrts, Grey, 28 day. from San
1 ?"hr Mary Elien. Kaaina. from Hilo. Hawaii.
17 richr Nanuokawai. Kalua, for NawUiwiil, Kauai.
DEI A RTCKES.
10 Schr lolani, Powr, kr Maliko, Jlaui.
10 gchr Fairy Uueen. I'eni. for Uacalei. Kauai.
10 Schr Manuokawai, Kalua, for Nawihwill. Kauai.
11 Haw bnt Elise. 1 W Ferm:er, l.t San Francisco.
1 1 it 31 n .-a!ar.d,a, Thommn. f .it Sydney.
12 Jcbr J:nny, l i ama. fur Nawiiiwili, Kauai.
12 t-hr Netue Merrill, Craue, for Lahaina, Maui
li Schr Warwick. John Bull, lor Kalaopapav. Mclokai
13 Am achr F.noie Hare, G A Hare, for an Francisco
nimr Hilauea, Marrbant, for Maui and Hawaii.
13 br I'Danja. Fuaabiwa, foe Kohala, Hawaii.
13 Hchr Kulamanu. Mana. for Kchala. Hawaii.
1 S"hr Marlon. Nika,for Koloa dr. XValmea, KauaL
i BcLr Ka Hoi, Reynolds, for Kabului. Maui.
VESSKI.S I.N I'ORT.
V S .hip Jamestown, Commander Cla.
H 1 R M'. 9 Iapoartz. CapUin WUhulakoflT.
U B M' S F antome, Commander Long. -
Am Mii brig Morning Star, Colcord, repairing.
Am bktne Jane A Falkinburg, Hubbart, loading.
Am chr Mabel r-cott, a Higrgt, ditrharging.
Am bk Mary Belle Robert., Grey, uncharging.
biroaT or RMS ZcaLiasia, F B Thomson (Cue Of
ricaa) i Command. Left Baa Francisco Feb SrJ, 10.30 a m;
11.30 p m discharged pilot at Golden Gale experienced light
norlhwetlerly wind, until tbe 6th. afterward. light northeast
erly and variable wind, to Honolulu; oooa of the 10th, distant
frost port 1S5 miles, engine slowed so as to arrive at daylight
next morning; stopped outside 4 a nt of the 11th, and boarded
by the pilot at 6 30; time from San Francisco 7 day. and 41
Cantain J 8 Ferries. Commander of th shin .kn Kn
iodi.po.ed for some time previa, to the departure from R.n
.ranciscouieaoineartaiaease. at .io p m, on tbe eveuinf of
Thursday tbe 8th Inst. Tbi unexpected loss is very keenly
fell by all on board, as Captain Ferries was very much
likei) and respected by all bis officer, and crew. His remains
were brought to Honolulu for interment.
R McDonaLD. Purttr,
Rr.ro st or Am schb Mabel Scott, 8 Uiooias, Ma.tcb.
Sailed from Tahiti Jan 4th for Flint's Island and arrived on
Ibe 7lh, after loading firewood .ailed on the 11th for Vostock,
arriving there on the 12th and loft tbe same day for Faoning's
Island, arriving there on the 21. t; the schr Klnau, Capt Hat
field, wan lying at anchor ia the lagoon; on the 25th Ihe C M
Ward called oft ihe island, and left again on the aame day for
Jarvi. Island. Left Fanning', on the 27th for II ilo, Hawaii
and arrived off that port Feb 4th, and went in on the 9th'
found the barkentlne Victor discharging lumber, from Ibe
Sound; aiied from Hilo on the 13th and arrived in port on the
16tb; having bad fine weather the entire passage,
RcroBT or Amkbicam iiHB Robkbts, Gbbv, Mastxb.
Left Ean Franciaco on the 18th Jan; first 17 days out had
trong SSW and southerly gales until lat 29 10 N long 126 9
25' W, from thence to port bad light NE and easterly winds.
Made Molokai Feb 14, and from thence to port had light 8W
winds. Anchored oft" tbe harbor on tbe 15th
Faow Bait Frakcisco Per Zealand ia, Feb 11th 326
pkg mde, 18 do figs, 2 do preserved frail, 1 cse almanacs,
67 do hardware, 21d pea iron lube, S ca sewing machines, 212
pugs nour, i cs urugs, o us snoes, z ao domestic. 4 pkes sad
dlery, 47 do hubs and shall., 4 cs photo goods, 1 roll leather,
70 bxs apple. 60 bag potatoes, 2 tees hams, 149 rolla rope, 11
pkg. cottons do books, 1 cse military clctb, 2 bbl glassware,
22 cs axe. 1 box type, 1 cse furniture, 1 do stationery, 43 pkgs
liquors, b pag tooacco, i ox goiu coin ana to bag uver.
From Sax Frawcisco Per Mary Belle Robert. Feb 15th
3 ca ammunition. 42 ox. apple, 20 pkg agricultural imple
ments, i cw aciu, o uo oiacKing, zu pig oread, e doz broom,
2 cs brushes, 1 bbl borax, 80 pra blind, 20,000 brick, 20 bis
oag, tu cs outer, zo ox candle, jgu ca coal oil. 12 do cigar
62 do good, 6 do clothing, 8 coil cordage, 65 pkg Chinese pro-
viiioo. ut cti. corn, A cs cneese, u uoor, ao bxs dried fruit,
12 c drug, 16 do dry good, 6o0qr ak flour, 3 pkg furni
ture, 40 do groceries, 2 c gun, 27 bxs glassware. 204 calls
gin, 24 cs hardware. 100 bla hay, 43 ca hats, 7 tea ham, 20
Kegs norse snoes, jot ids nops, 14 ca noney. 1 do harness. 6
bdls hose, 242 bars and 22 bdl iron , 100 bbl lime. 4 rolls
leather, 60 galls lime juice, 10 cs matches, 10 do meal, 2 do
magic lanterns, 25 kegs nail. 21 aks onions. 10 cs olive oiL 133
keg. and 16 c. powder, 81 k. potatoea, 11 c paint. 4 do pump . .
s dxs peas, iou pes pipe, oo pxg provisions, i cse paper, 11
flak quicksilver, 151 bxs raisins. 15 bag. shrimp .hells. 12 cs
stationery. 200 m shingle., 12 springs. 7 kegs abot. 9 .loves and '
fixtures, 60 k. .alt. 117 galls syrup, 4 pkgs saddlery, 60 bbls i
- . i ... .... . .it o vi. t- n , .1 l r . i , ' . II
winuu, a v siiLiifcia, o uui, w. yiii tern. uui twiuc. I
cs turpentine, 41 ctls wheat, 640 galls and 20 c wine, 61 galls
ami 7U cs wotaaey, too pr window, u cs yeast powder,
value, ao,oso, fe iii,., .is,m. . i ...-,
From Fturt Iblakd Per Mabel Scolt, Feb 15th 20 crds
nura wood, 1000 cocoaout
Fbom Kauai Per Kilauea, Feb 10th Hi Ex Jno E Bush,
Hon r Iseoberg, His Honor L McCully, WC Parke. Mrs M
Wilcox, J Kauai, vr O smith. Mi J smita, airs urier, K
Kruil. W R Seal, Wm Abbey, Geo Crowter, I Hart and family,
Win Wright and 77 deck.
raes-Stx Fr A .Cisco Per Zealand la, Feb 11th Mr G N
Bartlctt, Mr and Mrs Stanley and 2 sons, Messrs D R Fraser,
I, R Martin, Chaa Ellis, t K Mill, H Hansman, Rev II H
Parker. T R Walker. Mr and Mr Daniels, Mes.r. M O Falk
ner. S R F.irchild. Mr and Mr. Lord. l)r and Mr Burke. F
Pcbevenk. Hon B G Wilder. Me.r E A Pelrce, M Greenwell,
E C MaeCarlaue. Z S Spalding, 1 Rockier. Chaa Stein, Mrs
Mollison, Chaa Sheridan, Wm Thomas, Chung Cbong. J S
Woodbarry, W rlelcher, J lisle jr, r item ana wire, i
Walklnerster, A F Coot, A Frost, Jo Robb, M Joseph, Tl
Fay. J II Walker. M J Carpenter, W Q Poole, I Measiter,
-iaessiteT, I Roth, J 11 A.bworth.
Fob Sydxsy Per Zealandia, Feb 11th M Wood, Jules
Burling, Mr Waiuwright, D Delean, Mr Sleigh, Wm Knight
Pna Witnn-iis Port Per Kilauea. Feb 13th Capt Jaa
Maker. J I Brewer. W II Bailey and wile, O Armstrong, E
Bailey. II A Widemann, Bishop Willis, Mr Afong, E C Mac-
larlane, Uao w Haciariane, w it t-ornwen, iter a e. cisnop.
r Crowmngburg, Miss I. fc. rogue, ttev t Bona, Miss A Bond,
E Rncer. E A Peirae. E Peleniar. Mis. Lottie William,. Mr
Coakea, Z S Spalding, J W Smithies, 8 McKeague, J Wagner,
A Moot. Mr. 11 Hart, Mr Uarriaon, Mrs Hapai, E Miller and
about 56 deck.
From Flut's Islasd Per Mabel Scott. Feb 16th J T
Arandel, F Houlder and wife, 3 native laborers.
From Pas Fbascisco Per M B Roberta, Feb 15 Mf and
Mr Horner and child, Mr JoeUen, Mr McDonald, J a Gra
ham, Chaa B Reynold, Robt Bursting, Mr Coning.
Correrpocdenc of the P. C Advertiser
Monthly Letter from Europe.
London, Jan. 1st. 1877.
Tho following item from tbe " Standard " is of
particular importance for tbe inhabitants of Hono
lulu, where it will doubtlessly cause a great sav
ing of powder :
" International Sai.utinq Code. We stated a
short time since that the Foreign Office bad been
in communication with various foreign powers
with the view of establishing an international
code of salutinff with the object of lessening tbe
frequency and number of guns. Tbe following
has now been agreed to by tne different maritime
powers, and will come into force on July 1, 1677".
Tbe only salutes wbicu win iniuture oe returnea
gun for gun are : 1. To tbe national flag on arri
val at a foreiirn port. I. to toreizn nag ofneers
or commodores, wben met with at sea or in har
bour. Tbe following salutes will no longer be
ru turned : 1. To Royal personages, chiefs ' of
states, or members of Koyal families, whether on
arrival at or departure from a port, or upon visit
ing her Majesty s ships of war. 2. To diplomatic,
naval, military, or consular authorities, or to gov
ernors or officers administering a government. 3.
To foreigners of high distinction on visiting ner
Majesty's ships. 4. Upon occasions of national
festivals or anniversaries."
Xotes: Commander T. M. Magnay, has just
been appointed to II. B. M. S. " Fantome," now at
Honolulu, vice Capt. Thos. Long, promoted. Capt.
Gilford, who commanded H. B. M. S. t Tribune "
in the Facific from 1S62 to 1866, has been promo--
ted to be Hear Admiral. II. B. M.S. " Barracouta
of Samoa fame has reached Capehorn on her way
home tor courtmartil on Capt. Stevens. The new
flagship in tbe Pacific, "Sbab," has at last sailed; at
the last moment she was provided with a torpedo
gear in the shape of an outrigger, capable of ex
tending some 50 feet from her side. The cruise
of tbe Challenger ; scenes in many lands and
voyages over many seas," by W. Spry R. N., has
just been published and contains a chapter on Ha
waii, Tbe Russian Admiral Alex, von Mocller
has just died at Petersburg. This officer accom
panied Kotzebue's expedition around tbe world in
tbe ' Rurik " and with him visited Kamehameba I.
at Kailua in 1S1C. The tragedian Daniel Band
man, who coming from Australia, played before
King Kamebameba V. in Honolulu, 1859, is at
present representing bis Sbakesperian roles with
great success at Berlin. Tbe Hawaiian Legisla
ture having refustd to vote nn appropriation lor
tbe Paris Exhibition of 1S7S. the German Empire
seem to follow their example by also refusing to
participate. Although the next Transit of Venus
on pdet Jtb 1S32, will not be vUible at Honolulu,
it is probable that some of tbe expedition will call
at Honolulu in order to compare chronometers c,
before leaving for their points of. observation in,
the antarctic regions. f. g.
OLommercialPcrttscr.i tl cj would be thrown ifull view from Kinj
SA TUB DA Y. FEDR VARY 17.
Thk CoKviseio.v aprointed under the act "to
Developc tbe resources of the Kingdom' bating
accepted tbe offer of II. B. M.'s Commissioner
aod Consul General to convej tbem to tbe
various islands forming this group in II. M.'a S.
Fmniome, under tbe command of Captain S.
Long, tbe veeeel will leave Honolulu for that
purpose on Tuesdaj the 20th instant, touching
in tbe first place at Ulupalakua, to take on
board Captain Makee, and proceeding thence to
MahukoDa, Hawaii. Tbe entire circuit of Ha
waii will be made during this trip, if possible.
Major Wodebouse accompanies tbe Commission.
Br hi last mail from San Francisco orders
'ere received to discontinue tbe advertisements
in Honolulu papers of the steamers of ihe P .M.
Company. By this we are to understand that
hereafter there will be no certainty of tbe
steamers calling here on their voyages to and
from Australia; and as the Compaoy decline to
say that they will come, the fair inference is
that they will not. Notwithstanding what we
have heard so often advanced, to the effect that
our trade in ittssengers and freight waa worth so
much per annum to the line ; that we give them
free facilities valued at so much more ; that a
stopping place like Honolulu, where they could
'cool down" their engines, was so necessary on
the long ocean voyage; etc., ete. in spite of all
these considerations, it really seems that the line
will give us the "go by", and leave us altogether
to tbe tender mercies of sailing vessels in regurd
to communication with the outside world. If
we crumbled with the steamers, because thew
. I -
failed to afford all the facilities we wanted, the
probabilities are that we shall feel still sorer
with none at all.
But what we really need and what must be
accomplished, sooner or later is an independent
line of ocean steamers to ply between tbe islands
and tbe Coast. Tbe business in freights and
passengers, already quite large, will demand it,
and its establishment will greatly develope that
trade. At least two boats, of 1000 tons each.
will be required to make fortnightly trips. It
is entirely within the range of possibilities that
subscribers can be found here and in San Fran
cisco to a joint stock Company for this business,
with a capital of say 350,000. Without doubt
our planters and others would invest in such
an enterprise ; and the question of a subsidy
from the Hawaiian government would no longer
be a bugbear, while San Francisco influence
might be counted on for a subsidy from Con-
Over a year and half since, we gave in this
journal an article on "Steam Communication with
San Francisco," in which we advocated at length !
the establishment of an independent lino. The j
arguments then adducei will be found of still
greater weight and more pertinent application j
i Among the passeneers from San Francisco bv i
V a u J
the Zealandia on Sunday last, was tho Hon. '
G. Wilder, who returns after an absence of i
only forty days, having in that time traveled
Jour thousand miles and executed a contract and
made all the necessary arrangements for the
construction and delivery, at San Francisco, on '
or before the 1st day of July next, of a new i
steamer to take the place of tho Kilauea in the !
inter-island service. The contract appears in j
all respectsjto be an eminently satisfactory one, and j
everf guarantee ia nrnvIrlMi t.hnt it will he faith
fully carried out on tbe part of tbe Kisdon Iron
and Locomotive Works, who have undertaken
it. The hull is to be built of seasoned Puget
Sound pine, which an experience of over twenty-
five years induces tho San Francisco Board of
Underwriters to declare "builds a better ship
than the white oak and pines of the East," and
that "this timber has been used almost exclu
sively in the halls of many steamers built or
repaired on the Pacific coast, and it has not
yielded to rot even wben exposed to the heat of
the boilers, the most trvinz place for anv
I timhofr" Thfl fkatpninrrn nf ihn now r,rnlii,
WiTl be' of ealvanized iron: she will be care-
fullv constructed, of the best materials, under
the immediate snrjerviaion of Mr. Thr. Snronsnn
of this city, and will be guaranteed to register
A 1 for ten ycara. As compared with the Kilauea,
in that vessel's prime, . the new Eteamer will
present many advantages of capacity, comfort,
speed "and economy of running expenses. She
will measure 178 tons more than the former,
will be 37 feet longer, with some two Feet more
beam, and about the same depth of hold. The
Kilauea, with a consumption of thirteen tons of
coal per day, accomplishes 6even knots; the new
boat will nse eight and-a-half tons and make
nine and-a-half knots. Tbe accommodations for
passengers will be a great improvement on tbe
old boat. Forty can be provided with berths in
the cabin (which will be twelve feet longer than
the Kilauea' s) while as many more will be
comfortable in ordinary weather under the poop
deck, which runs from forward of the wheel
bouse to the taffrail. This hi6t will be a great
comfort to deck passengers, of which there will
be room for fully 125. Commodious dressing
rooms will be provided forward of the main
cabin, one on each side, for ladies and gen
tlemen. There will bean after port and hatch
way for taking in cargo, her capacity in this
particular being 2300 kegs of sugar and 75 bead
of cattle. The vessel will be schooner rigged,
SB OO W
with a jib.' Anchors will be taken by e team, -and
other heavy work accomplished by the same
means. The cost of our new eteamer when
delivered here and ready for service, may be set
down at $90,000.
Almost bidden from Bight by trees and shrub
bery, and yet more so by unseemly borse stables
and unsavory manure heaps and straggling trees,
to tbe passers by upon the principal and
widest street in the city, King street, in fact the
street which gives to strangers a glance of the
Palace grounds, the Government Building, Luna
lilo's tomb and the largest native church in tbe
islands stands tle building of which the people
of Honolulu ma;r justly be proud ; which gives
to tbe country a higher status in civilization and
Christianity . than would a dozen palaces or Aliio
lani Houses the Queen Hospital.
We have seen hospitals in cities that could
boast of ten or fifteen times the Dumber of in
habitants of Honolulu, but must acknowledge
that in size, airiness, cleanliness, and in fact
everything that can render such a place pleasant
to those for whom it is for the time a compulsory
home, it. stands far in advance of the hospitals of
most cities in older countries that are far larger
and wealthier than Honolulu. The grounds, as
we observed in our last, are tastefully laid out
and planted, and in a few years will constitute
tbe finest park in the islands and well worth the
attention of strangers. But unfortunately at
present the piece of land on Beretania street just
in front of tha hospital grounds, and where the
entrance from tbe public street should be, is
occupied by the above mentioned stable establish
ment.' ' If this lot, not more perhaps than one?
t;.ird of aa acre in exttfwere ad Jed to tbe
l.o!r iul grounds, trbicb tnd doubtlcM alwaji
street, and would afford Asily accessible and
beautiful walk or driv the early morning
The two auxiliary baqn which are shortly
to be erected will add grto the fine appear
ance of the bofpital, as vas to its usefulness
by giving more accommions to patients, at
times wben sickness is mthaa usually preva
lent. On the north side oe main building, a
two-story structure, SlzSet, is to be added,
for tbe exclusive conveni of foreigners and
such patients as require rial attention. By
this arrangement, three rds set apart for
foreign patients in the frel story of the hos
pital will be added to thcrtment for female
patients in fact it will e the whole of tbe
second story fur their esive use. On tbe
south side a building is U added to serve as a
dining room, and thus giwotber ward or two
to patients in the main beng. These new ar
rangements will give to hospital tbe most
ample accommodations, afie extended frontage
of the whole buildings wwld no little to tbe
fine appearance of tbe pla "
Much of the fear and ike with which the
natives used to regard tlinetitution have dis
appeared and given placi confidence, and its
usefulness is increasing h every day. The
hospital and its present client management is
a theme upon which we ;bt say much more,
but space forbids, and we with the confident
bope that our citizens always cberish and
guard it. To Kameham IV., whose zeal and
exertions in behalf of tbospital are so well
remembered, it will be fol time a monument
reaching nearer heaven n tbe costliest piles
: erectea Dy trie mizbties t xings ; ana w on
a A. a A. eVl.
I.BODie yueen, wno uas txpennuiea w wu
' to growth and usefulnessay every pain allevi-
It ted and every life saved, as flowers strewn by
the angel of mercy uponr pathway through
The Western IslandsThe Emigration
I The following paragraph, extracted from a
j letter dated Dee. 23d, 1876, ;eived by a gentleman
j ia this city from Dr. Wm. Jilbrand, for many years
j a prominent resident of fonnila, bat now tempo
ral ily reaidiDg at Funch , Mdeira.
" Funchal has one tbg, and that an essential
one to many invalids, t?ive it preference over any
! place in the Sandwich ilands excepting perhaps
: Lahaina viz, its thosghly aaeltered situation
; On the Nortb, Fast anarest it is surrounded by a
i hih amphitheatre of Is extending from 4000 to
0000 feet in the middlend not less than 2000 feet
on both sides, while 'the South only it is open
with the sea before it. 'here is a regular sea breeze
between 9 and 4 o'clc. When we arrived (two
months and a half agoTie weather was sultry, the
thermometer rising to . in tbe Bhade after noon;
at present however were entering the cooler part
of the year, with the trmometer at 68 to 64 in
the early morning andvening. Oatside the air is
lovely as lone as the an is out. but inside the
houses tbe temperatures a little too low for cold
Nearly all houses hre pretty gardens attached
to- them filled with eautifal shrubs and trees.
mostly of tbe same kid that grow in Honolulu
Tbe Bougainvillea it wrieties of pink and scarlet
flower hangs over nesrlj every walL The Mexican
creeper is not found her, nor that beautiful climb
ing Phantrm corymbn. that grows in such perfec
tion in Dr. Hoffmann) arbor. There are mediocre
mangoes, alligator ptrs, chirimoyas in profusion,
bananas, loquats, fig, grapes, and t their proper
aeasons pieuj vi caches, aprioota,
with apples all the yer round. Melons and pine
apples, strange to siy.are rare, poor and expensive,
watermelons scarcdy mown. Guavas plenty all
the year round. By this enumeration you may
perceive that Funchal although 11 degrees more to
the Nortb than Honollu, produces nearly the same
plants and fruits as te latter place, a. resemblance
still more conQrmed b. tbe fact that sugar cane cov
ers more land on the South side of the island than
the grape does, and i considered a very profitable
crop, owing to the big protective duties with which
Portugal favors its culvation. Tbe cane is raised
i onlv under irrigation And replanted yearly. The
! me of cutting will cormence in four or six weeks.
I . . ... . w w-
1 here are lour or nve mis m ana arouna xuncnat,
. . a . ii i if
WIiere e cftne 18 powsveea irom me smaii cuiuva-
tors at a fixed price pe gallon of juice, which, as
the cane is all of onevariety and growing under
similar conditions is of iniform density
" Tbe country is boiever again looking forward
to a new agricultural cisis. The grape, which had
been almost exterminatd 20 years ago by the rava
ges of the oidium, had gradually recovered from that
blight during the last :en or twelve years, so that
again from eight to tenthcusand pipes of wine were
j produced yearly. The comtry had hopes that it
might again attain to tie high prosperity which it
eDjoyed in former times; but unfortunately the
phylloxera has made its appearance and just fears
are entertained now that the precious vines are
again doomed to destructio. The extinct Agricul
tural Society has been caled to life again by the
Governor to consider tbe staation and devise new
branches of cultivation to replace the one threat
ened. I mention this fact md wish you to commu
nicate it to your governmett, because in 1852 to '56
the gradual extinction t the grape was accom
panied or rather followed y an emigration of 20,
000 inhabitants, Demarart and Trinidad being the
fortunate recipients of the class of people. Now,
being well aware of the ralue which tbe govern
ment and people of the Hawaiian Islands justly
place on an immigration iom this island and tbe
Azores, I would urge tben to consider what steps
they can take in order to draw these people to their
islands. An offer of ordinary labor contracts
would in my opinion, ddVat the plan, although I
have no authority to variant me in this opinion;
but if the planters wculd, by combination, make
an arrangement to ofer each laborer or family
small patches of land for moderate leases on long
terms and under conditio! that the tenant should
thereon raise cane or produce on shares, a small ad
vance being given for ths first and indispensable
cultivation, such a plan night answer. I have lit
tle inclination to meddle ii such business, after my
nrevioas experience: bui being on tbe snot and
knowing tbe great value of Each immigration to the
country which will alwaysbe cherished in my mem
ory, I should not refuse my co-operation, if the
government solicited it. rhe time has not arrived
for actual steps to be taken, but the business is of
such a character that tte preparations ought to be
ready for execution when tbe emergency arises.
Dec. 25. Reading aver again what I have
written above about immigration from this island, it
seems to me that perhaps I have said a little more
than tbe circumstances Till justify. Last night I
had a conversation with tbe American Consul, who
has resided in this place over six years, and is well
acquainted with the laws of tbe country and the
state of feeling on such matters in official circles.
From him I learned that no one is allowed to leave
tbe island without a passport, and that the same is
not granted to any person that has not fulfilled his
military obligations; or in other words, as every
native male is liable to military conscription, it is
not granted to young men under 26 years of age.
He has bad a great deal of trouble in consequence
of American ships and even men-of-war taking away
young men clandestinely. Even an emigration of
men above that age, he thinks, would not be favored
by the government unless a real distress should fall on
the population, as was tbe cm ia 1S53. At that titae
it was a Demarara planter who, with tbe co-operation
of the Ecgliah Consul here, leck away a ship
load of ibeci as laborers fur bis rUttanon, which
operation was sabsequcnty repeated by him anl
Others. Ia this way a stcaJy emigration which
goes on to this day, was initiated to that unhealthy
country ; and it will continue to do ao unless direc
ted elsewhere; for this island is eviJectly over
stocked, as there are living 103,000 persons ca an
area perhaps cot greater tbaa tlie half or two-thirds
of Oahu, and that built up by steep and high moun
tain chains, with deep gorges, there being so level
foreland in any cf its outskirts. It is surprising to
see the labor bestowed cn this rugged country arti
ficial narrow terraces extending on tbe steep tcoun
tain slopes as high as 2000 feet and more, with a net
cf water-works levads ramifying through every
part of the island. Tunnels of 1500 feet ia length
have been constructed to lead tbe water from tbe
rain-blessed north side to tbe dry and parched
southern slopes. As I learn more on the subject, I
shall enlarge upn it in future letters."
Death of Captain Ferried. Jams S. Ferries,
the late popular commander of the Pacinc Mail
Steamship Zealandia. died suddenly at ten minutes
past 8 o'clock on the evening of Thursday, tbe 8th
instant, a little more that two days before reach
ing Honolulu. He was a native of Morayshire,
Scotland, and was the son of the Rev. Mr. Fer
ries, late parish minister of Ediokillie. At the
time of bis decease he waa about thirty-seven years
of age, but although so young he posted tbe
fullest confidence of the Company iu whose serv
ice be was. He formerly commanded tbe steam
ship Tartar, in Hall's line, but joined tbe Zealan
dia previous to her launch in 1875, and has been
in command of ber ever since. Soon after arriv
ing in San Francbco, on bis last trip over, he took
a severe cold, and was conQned to tbe house for
several days previous to tne sailing ot tne steamcs.
His death is supposed to have resulted from heart
disease, aggravated by tbe cold. The funeral
procession formed on the wharf at two o'clock on
Sunday afternoon, and proceeded to the English
Church, where Bishop Willis read tbe burial serv
ice, and the body was then followed to the ceme
tery in Nuuanu Valley by the greater part of the
Zealandia's passengers and crew, and by large
numbers of citizens. Captain Ferries leaves a
wife and three children, who are residing in For
res, Morayshire. During Sunday all the flags on
the shipping in port, as well as from tbe flagstaff
on shore, were displayed at half-mast. Gazette.
London, Feb. 2d. A Time despatch from Ber
lin says tbe goods tratac naa ueen resuuieu uu uu
CASTLE & COOKE,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN OEM
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
fel7 No. 80 King Street, Honolulu, U. 1. Ij
BOLLES & CO.,
Oil IP CIIAXDL.ERS AND COMMISSION
AiativUAn a a.
Importers aod Dealers in General Merchandise, Queen Street
fen Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. ly
E. O. HITCHCOCK,
A TTURaKi A A AiA V .
Bills promptly collected.
rVO MEN WANTED, TO LOOK AFTER
JJ. CATTLK and attend to a VAlttx. uermans or ronu.
s-uesa n referred.
YVAUC3 SCO per juoutu auu nsuuus.
Apply to H. N. GREENWELL,
M7 4t Kealakekoa. Hawaii.
t itT TIIR ITITiI! OR PAUOA
J j ROAD, an OVAL BREAST PIN, Stone Cameo set in
Pearls. The above reward will be paia to nnaer ny
ja2o lm J- MOTT SMITH.
DISSOLUTION. OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
rWHIK CO-PARTNERSHIP HERETO"
Ml fore existing between Charles Silva A Co, of Wailuka,
Island of Maul, and known as the firm of Silva & Co, general
dealer, la i his dav dissolved by mutual consent. All outstand-
IlJa A..tuwf .,,--...- .. .. ., mmm A h. A
Knos A Co, who continue the business at the old stand in
wailuka, where tbey will be nappy to serve their old custom
era as usual with an assortment of choice goods.
AUGUSTINE ENOS A CO.
Walluku, Feb. 9. 1877. fe!7 St
mTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL
1 W persons that, at a meeting of Subscribers to tbe Slock of
the Honolulu ikon wuhkd uuMnnr, neia on tae
lath day of February. 1877. th Company, by resolution, ac
cented tbe Charter granted to them and their associate, and
successors, under the corporate name and style of the HONO
LULU IKON WORKS COMPANY; said Charter having
been Issued by the Minister of Interior, upon the 22d day of
December, 1876. -
The corporation organized itself under said charter, and
elected the lollowlng named officers of the company, vn :
i THEO. H. DAVIE3 PRESIDENT
THOS. R. WALKER... SECRETARY An TREASURER
W. L. GREEN AUDITOR
Notice Is further given that pursuant to tbe terms of said
Charter " no Stockholder ahalt individually be liable for the
'debts of the corporation beyond the amount which shall be
flue upon the share or shares held or owuea oy ntmseii.--
feU Tn03. R. WALKER, Secretary.
FaHHE UNDERSIGNED, A PROFESSHI NA L
Si KNGRAYER. is prepared to
EXEfXTE WORK W GOLD iXD SILVEB, ETC.,
IN FIRST-CLASS STYLE,
And as cheap if not cheaper than tbe same can be piocured
from abroad. Special attention given to
Seal and Die Cutting,
Sbp wills V. M. Wcstsser, Jeweller, Fwrt St.
fel7 m V. PETERSON.
J fOTTOX ilASTFJ
lAlllti All iiiil IV11V1I lllilll VA1IV1 Vllli'JI
In Great Variety,
WILL BE ON EXHIBITION,
At Sales Room of C S BARTOW,
Next Week, on and after Tuesday.
the 20th Inst, to which the attention of merchant and
other Is Invited. It
THEO, H. DAVIES
IS NOW LANDING FROM CALIFOR
NIA, ex MARY BELLE ROBERTS, and other late arri
vals, and offers
FOR SALE CHEAP !
Oregon Salmon in Bbls.
Tobacco, "Cable Coil'
Honey in Comb,
Honey in Glass,
The Hawaiian Hotel
LUNCH ROOM IS OPEN,
Under the Management of R. YON OEOLHAFFEN.
ALL DELICACIES KNOWN TU THE auk
..f..ti. bant nn hsnri. and served to aurna.s the DASL
arrest the present, and stereotype the future guaranteed to
. .... . . 1 . ,,'..11 : Ilinn.M
satisry the epicure in nis wuueai oresm.. riuB,
and all other private and public oiiers will be executed in my
uioal elveated style.
d30 ROBERT YON OEHLOAFFEN, Manager.
Mi:iRt. . Ji. CL C1I()K A. '-. I14VK
! tKi'y th publc thai ovisg to lb kln. f Mr J.
-OftTE& GaEkN, that geotlesbaa a Wtg-r aa'aww-iasd ts
ec Vc their aeerswt.
IK'Oolulo, rebruary 1st, 177. f'S Jt
A CONVENIENT COTTAGE. N. lot
.Nttuaoa Avenue, at present occupied ty T Q THAI M,
dlS Enqa.reof J. . LXMUX.
FOR LEASE, FOR ONE or MORE YEARS.
MA VERY DESIRABLE RESIDENCE
on Bereiaaua tHrtwt, bvtsw Stick nt. avrit Is la
prescise of Mrs pwsw. TV yard t massy, veil pes
rurj wi:fe shad and fruit Trves. Tb dwelling hows is la
first -class order, and csotaias two bed rouses and a parlor, with
a two room cottage adaing. Cork bouse, bath hsmae. A ,
with water lad on. Tbe locatioa Is pleasant a ad heaKfcy, r
ceivtrg tb full benefit of th brae. of air from lb valley, a4
1 with n a few m .nates walk cf tbe Post oScw. for panics.
larv a lo ler.es, eoqairs of
fclO tf H. t. SWINTON.
LAND IN PALAMA !
CA N HE LEASED FOR A TERM Of FIVE
YKAIL. Tb Land eootains about Ttr A errs, aad as
situated near lb road. King Street, opposite ths tU4ursaory
ttcbool premises, with a Larrs Unas, huh will b less sit
ia connection wtth the land. Tberv is a Carrtag Koa4 w4mg
from King Street to th house. This ausd 1 weU eapie4 f
Kice Culture, and has a good swpply sf water tat further
par lieu Lars, eouir of U. W. M AC V.
oxs Oaardian fur U. W. Mary. Jr.
rw-UlE CNDERS1GNFD OFFERS II IS SKR
M. vices to the public aa collector of acmaots, a well as
copyist, etc. All business entrusted t him will b attended to
With dispatch, fidelity and accuracy. Offioe with Cecfl Bro a,
stsq.. Kaabumaou Street.
AS 3a. &. W. LA1NK.
A NEAHLV NEW BLACK WALNI'T
J: Chamber Be, Marble Top Boreas, Hair Cloth sVifa, Etc.
Ii. I. NOLTE,
Corner of Queen and Naaa At.
For Sal by
crop of tsta
C. atRIWEK A Co..
N CASKS, FOR SALE UT
H. IIACKFILD A CO.
AT F.HORN'S SALOON,
05 Fri Street.
Water and Fruit Ices !
Of tbe following description are made to order In
quantities, from one quart lo any number
of gallons, and
Dtllvercd Free tf Charge t aay Part af llsalaii
Choc. late, Coffee, Green Tea, Almond or Orgeat,
Maraschino, Strawberry, Kasberry, Vanilla,
Lemon. Nogcwa, Pine Apple, Orange.
Currants, red aad black; Bambee, Champagne,
Punch, plain; Roman Punch, Burgaody,
Rbln Wine, Cognac, Etc., Ete.
N. B -ALL FRUIT CREAM & ICES
MADE OF THE BEST PRESERVED FRUIT,
Amd stwt IsssitatUst Flavwrw.
1JRIC EL 1ST:
All Plain Cream, on gallon ..$ 00
All Plain Creams, from two to Ave gallons, S4 00 per gallon
All Fine Creams and Water lees at SI per additional gallon
with a proper quantity of cakes Included.
Practical Cotctioner aod Pastry Cook.
DICKSON'S ART GALLERY I
01 Fwrt Street,
MAY I3J3 FOUND,
I.N ADDITION TO
His Large & Varied Stock
UPlfiof o graphs !
PICTURE FRAMES, &c.
AS ElEGAXT & EXTE.VSIVE STOCK
Rare & Beautiful Corals
WUITK, RED, PURPLE AND BLACK t
Hare Specimens !
FINEST PINK SHELLS !
Ia Great Variety. -
BEACTIFCLLT MOUNTED. IN BETS AND
A LARGE SUPPLY OF RARE SEA MOSSES
OF THESE ISLANDS. GIVE CS A CALL.
TlflC-GSrlO I TNT EL!
MOST WOSDERFIL DISCOVERY !
or tiio -eVcre.
CAIiIi AIVI EXAMINE,
FOR SALE AT
Ja27 2m A. L. SMITH'S. Fort Street.
JUST RECEIVED PER KA MOI. AN
HEIDSIECK & CO.'S
Grand Vfn Royal,
lo Quirt and Pint. For Bale at Agents' rates by
n. UACKPELD A Co.,
Bole A genu for Messrs. Heldsleck A Co.,
ap20 K helms.
JUST RECEIVED PER KA MOI, A TV
Ruinart, Pere & Fils Carte Blanche
IN QUARTS AND PINTS.
For sale at Agent' rale, by
H. HACKFELD A Co.,
Sole Agents for Messrs. Ruinart Pere 4 Fil.
THE UNDERSIGNED, KtJltlvi h.kie wiirt
Mr. Kcksrt. bess to inform citisens of HonoJala and tbe
rmhitR s-Aneraiiw. that he has taken tbe store on Fort Street.
opposite Odd Fellows Hall, (formerly occupied by Thos. Tan
natt,) where he will give special attention to the manufacturing
and repairing of all kinds of Jewelry.
Particular attention given to eneu auu '"
WOT Will guarantee satislactlon in all bis work.
Honolulu, Nov. 27, IS78 (oo25 6m) WM. M. WSN.fER.
FINE BRITISH IRON SHIP
C0TT0.V, 1V00UEU OTHER GOODS
piNK NEW ST ILK. OF PRINTS
B!o UtrlrM rVBlmt. Velvet Carrwia & Rags,
Hassocks Pilot CUUluf, Towel. CoaBlerpaaew,
Whits Moleskin. PklrU. UrenaJiaea,
Bcarvea and Tiw, Silk Umbrellas, UlankeU.
Crimean. OiforJ anl Regatta SUIrU,
Flannels. T weeds, Iaolio,
SADDLES AND DRIDLCG,
Fwias Mull. TriateJ Lava,
Waterproof Clothing, Victoria Lawn.
Dock Muslim, Lac Cortaint,
BAGS, BAGGING, CANVAS I
Twin. Leather IUlUog, raiat. Oil, Vff.
Wire Rope. CvrragateJ RnnCar.
lilu Mottled aVss, Ualvanlssw aav4 Tl.wars.
Fencing Wire, Hoop Iron, HjUoware,
ciki I,, O-os', Culler , Bar Iron,
Lea & Pcrria'g Baaoa,
JAMS AiI Ii:i,Mf-S !
Car O N1IC 1 l'N
liftmen'!, Marttll'a ami Rotia'a llraoJv, to casks,
ao4 cases ;
Fine HUerrj, in quarter casks ami cases.
(Jeueva, hiakej, Ilutn, Hock, Moselle, AlooM, Le.
Blood Wolfe & Co.'i and Bats' Pale Ale,
IlaiunJ's Tig Iti-and l'orter,
oirutrrs mpolfox cibim.t (uiiiritxR.
LalanJt'a ReJ Bar Claret. Kuufillt'a Whisk v,
Doord'a Klnei anl Ppiriu,
Silicate Paint Co.'s Paints I
Powell DiilTryn'fl Steam Coal !
ON HA N D ,
WESTON'S CENTRIFUGALS X ENGINE t
And to Arrive, McOnie's Clarifiera t
FOR HALE DV
d9 3 TrilsOi Hs Q AVI Co.
C. BREWER 6l CO.
tm'cr tor Male lo Arrlrr,
PER AMERICAN SHIP CORINOA.
PROM UOHTON X
Ho In March neat, the Latrgcst aud
Most Complete Assortment
General McrcIinndiKe !
Err Imported int tbi Country, consisting la part of t
"tram Coal. Red Oak Casks, forty galbas aarh,
Cumberland Coal, 80 ft. Kitra Tim l red HhaU Boats,
O a r cl 2VX atolioail
Pitch, Tar, Resin, Turpentine, Varnish. Lines Oil,
Mineral Paint, Lamp UUv k, I'ully, lilis I'Uson,
A CHOICE SELECTION OF GROCERIES I
. Namely i Cora Htarch, Claais, Lemon rrup,
Orero Pe, Tomato Relnbup, Macksrel, I'ottod afeats,
lobsters, Tomalor. Caosag. Meat, (Jerkins,
Cider Vinegar, (trees Corn, LA ClUilX list A ED I
White Cube Nigar, Mock TarUe A Tomato Host,
Barrels and Cast Salt, Family Pork, la bsrr.l.
Sperm Caadlf i, III aoa1! BlacklRg, Coll Leaf Takat ce.
Oi Hows, i), 1, and S lecb
A Choice Assortment of FIRE WORKS !
Consisting of Rocket, Benrola and Rowjsb Cod lea,
. Aa Invoice of Cot alb. Ad U40( Oars, Asa llandlas,
Ho Handle. Hand Carta, light and btavyi
CaUivaUirs, fid Hill Plows,
Leather rWltliig, six Inchest FalrUnk't Urals
Hant's Hatchets, ai. and sblngllngi A X EM.
44 Kivata, UaliVIU Metal, Una Twlaa,
Rubber Packioc, 1-10 locbj Hemp Packing, AoUsr,
S Ply Rubber lls. I Inch, fur garden ase
Cll A KCOAL I MO NN, Mai Collar.,
Uraas H'ir BlevM. Centrlfu.al Lining., OrladalooM,
Hot r. Rlrcb and Corn Kroura, 7.lne Wash sVosrd.,
Msynard 4k MojVs Ink, Fellow Metal A tbsaiitir.g MaUs,
Anchor, 1400 Us. and 1660 Ibs.t
Mew Medftird Cordage, threat, to 4 lo WbaU l ine,
Aa Invoto of Heflaed Iron, aastd. ) Morway Rbapss,
A VERT CHOICE RELECTTOX OF
CooslsKng of i Rolling Top OSes Iik,
Black vValmst Wardrotrs. Libra y Cam, 'CT.tf ,
Ash and Mack V.alnot rldtoard..
Ash aad hlack Walnut vrs.hstand..
Ash aad Mack Walnst Cll A M BER CT,
Ladies' Black V'alnat Desk,
Ladle' and tientlemea' A.y and Rocking Chair,
siding Chairs, Folding Tables,
Painted Chaaahrr 0u, Imitation (4 chest ant aad aak
Black Carles Hair, as asst. of Lining and Olio Chairs,
A well selected Lot of Dry Goods:
Consisting of i Brswn A Blssrhad Coto Bltsstlng,
Cbiota Percales, Cardinal Kobe. Hasalllo) Pnal.
lsiVeag, Pearl Rlrrr asl Hay Makers' Dtslast
Ticking. Amoskssg Phlrtlag. Brown FlaanMi.
blue lrilllof, Overall., Inia Paota and Jaasprra,
PUld fllilrt.. Palm Leaf HsU, Las-rear Hack, Hum. 1 to 10,
Raven's ditto, Cotton Twine,
400 Cases Pratt' Kerosene Oil,
&O0 Case Ix.wner'. Rarosen oil. Black Walnut,
Ash I'lank, Nest Trnoks, Oakom,
EASTERN KEO and BARREL 8H00KS I
Hoop Iron, , , 1, It iachi CaosU Boda, Falsa Oil,
THE LARGEST ASSTMT. OF CARRIAGES
ever imported la om vessel, eonrAsUnf of i
I Jsmpseat Csrrysll, 2 Eitenslos Top Cabriole,
S Canopy Top Ba.kK Phanton, 1 ClfrS Wagon,
1 Bprlng Brownell War. 1 Pony fhavtaB,
1 Express Wsgoo, 1 Park Piston,
THREE OF THOSE JUSTLY
Celebrated Wood's Organs I
An Asst. of Ready Made Clothing:,
fram tb bows of Mesers. Iaaae Fao A Co.
An I o vole of McMurray' Fresh Oywurs,
A fuU asst. of Knowle' Pataol feleaat Pvaopa, No. tUI.
AU of tho abovo Hcrchandiso
HAS BEEN CAREFCIXr
SFJXCTED EXPRFS8LY FOR THIS MlttTT
Parens! for Cash, snd will be sold at VERT LOW
RATES upon reasonable time, or a Llkraral
D ! I for Csislis
)T 8b C BREWER fc CO