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FRIDAY. MARCH 9. MIT.
Tms stormy weather dorlr.f the earl pari of the wrek and
the continuance of southerly and westerly winds to ut. may
account fr the eoo-arriral of vesic a frotn forc'rn ports.
Atuoc Ihnme aow overJue from Eaa FrarUco are the
schooner W fl Meyer and bark I C Hurray. Of ronrse there
ia no certainty as to the touchitif here of the March steamer
for the Cotoo.ea; if the Intention was to tcue'i here, and if the
vessel sailed at the nsaa) date, she houll be due here to-day.
It Is reported i Sydney, that the P M H Company will prob
ably retire from the routs rrelorif , aad ibat they will be rac
reeded by the boats of the ASM Company.
The departure fee the week bare been aih. J A ralkio
urf, for Portland, O, by Castle At Cooke, with domestic pro
duce rained at $32,3S4 31; and the Emma Aufusta, Lit Yicto
BU.VI, taking domestic produce to the mined $, 57 "
9th, Mary BeU KoberU. by H HackfcU Co. for San Fran'
Cisco, with domestic produce tsIukI at $J8.M;.:o; and V B
. aiding ah p Jassntcva, lor Eaa Francisco.
pout or hoxjozjUZsU. h. i.
A ICR I VAI-.S.
13 Scbr fairy Queen. Penl, from Iiaoalei, Kauai.
19 Scar Nettie Merrill. Crane, from Lahaioa. Maul.
21 eVhr Kulamaaa, Mans, from Kohaia, Hawaii.
14 fcchr Mary fcUen, Kaawa, from liilo, Ilaeaii.
Is 8chr Pueokahl. Clarke, from liana. Maui
7 Stmr KiUttea. Marehaot, from 1-ahama. Maui.
Scbr Manuokaaai. Kalua.from Nawiiiwili. Kauai.
20 II U M's 8 Fsntome, Capt Lobs;, froni Hawaii. .
8 Srhr lolani, Kalauao, from Maliko, MauL
5 Himr KCaaea. Marchant, for I.shaina, Maul.
S Hcbr Set tie Merrill, Crane, for Lahaina, Maui.
S Am bktoe Jane A ralkinborr, Ilubbart, fr Portland
8 Am bktos Emma Aufusta, Young-, for Victoria. V I
9 Am bk Mary Belle Roberts, Grey, for Ban Frao'co.
li 6 skip Jamestown, Com Glass, for Dan Francisco
Bcbr Luka, Karha, for liita. Hawaii.
Bcbr Manuokawai, Kalua, Hr Nawiliwlli, Kauai.
Scar Kulamaaa, Man, for KthaU, iiawaii.
tchr Fury Uneen, Feci, for IJanaiel, KauaL. - . '
VESSELS IN PORT.
H I B M's 8 laponeta. Captain WishtUakcfT.
II B M's B Fantome, Capt Long.
Am MUs brig 5fornicg Star, Colcord.
Haw bk Iotanl, Garrets, discharging, jj '
Fob VtcToaiA, V I Per Emma Augusta,' Mar aOi-fci
Coffee, lbs fait, tons 70
Molasses, galls e,7i3.Bugr, lbs 12,691
Rice, lbs 41.100)
Value Domestic $4,402.57
Fob Postiasb, O Per Jane A Falkinburg, Mar 8th
Banana, bnchs . 80 Sugar, lbs 334,239
Coffee. It weiSyrup.rsUa ; 1.049
Sice, lbs 63.O00J
Value DomesUc $32,39-4.31
Fob Saw Fainciaco Per Mary Belle Roberts, Mar 0th
Baianas, becbs. ...... 200 Molasses, galls 6,200
Betel Leaf, bxs 6 Sugar, lbs 874,074
Cora la. dx II
Value Domestic $58,1
,657.70 Foreign $15
Fob LaHsiia Per Kilauea, Mar 6th H Corowell. Ceo W
-Jgacfarlane, E O Macfariane, i Armstrong, Miss Boardman,
P MUtoo, Mrs Kipi and daughter. Young llee and 20 deck.
' Fob Postlasd, O Per Jane A' Faiklnburg, Mar 8th Mrs
H,W Laloe, D B Foster.
Fob San Faaitcisco Per Mary Belle Roberts. Mar 8th
a R Fairchild, Mrs James Baasett, Miss Jaoe Hollohan, Miss
C Murray, C Daalela, W PasCoe, W Nelson, C C hluasar and
In this city, March 8th, to the wife of Mr Wm R Feary, a
To th Editor of the Pacific Commercial Advertiser :
I noticed la the Gazette of the 14tb February the
following extract of a letter from the Pacific Mail
Steamship Co. i ' ShouM their decision (the
Hawaiian Government) be unfavorable to what is
jut and liberal totbis Company, l'a taill irHtuedif
afely . and forever drop the port opjJoholuiit, aad
carry out onr English Colonial Mail contract,'
running; direct from San Francisco to Fiji."
There ia no doubt that the people of the islands
derive pleasure from the regular and rapid inter
codrae,' which the touching cf the stcamera at Ho
nolulu, afford them, with Australia, New Zealand
and San Francisco, and they would see them with
drawn with regret. The travelling public both'
to and from the British Colonies of the Pacific End
it very agreeable to touch at this port, and not
infrequently do aome of them stop over to. visit
oat VoU&aoea -and enjoy-, thd grand, acencry ,. of
Mountain and Valley afforded by our green Isles.
It la also an incidental pecuniary benefit, in the
money that is left by travellers by this route, but
there are few, If any of our respected residents,
Who feel that ibis government would be justified
In subsidizing this line of steamers from its very
limited revenue. The incidental benefits accruing
to the line from the facilities which are furnished by
the government without charge, reach lull $20,008
per Amvim. Of course if the ateamers do not
touch here they receive no gratuity, but if the
$100,600, more or less, of freight and passage
whiJh they earn by stopping at this port are any
object, then freedom of the port saves to the Com
pany the $20,600, which would otherwise be paid
to the government for harbor dues. It makes the
$100,000 clear earnings and equals a subsidy of
this amount remitted, $20,000, allowing, the
steamers to be subject to the same post charges as
are levied on other vessels. I have heard it said
that the late Ministry had unconditionally promised
this subsidy to the Company,. and that the Com
pany withdraws, not so much because tb BObaidy
is refnsed, as because the government bad made a
promise which it afterwards declined to fulfill.
But I think no unconditional promise could have
been made, as it could not have been paid with
out a Legislative appropriation, and the Legisla
ture refused to any appropriation except authoriz
ing the Ministry to pay to the Company a limited
sum upon the completion of a contract, on condi
tions approved by the Ministry. I cannot think
that the Ministry made any such unconditional
promise, as they knew too well the scope of their
powers, to make a promise in their official charac
ter which they could not fulfill. They no doubt
promised to .ask the Legislature for a subsidy,'
which they did, and if the Company were willing
to have reasonable conditions incorporated in the
contract no doubt one would have been executed.
If Uey were unwilling to-do sr then It wonld fail
and the government could not justly be charged
with breach of faith, but they would cerUinly be
open to the charge of improvidence of the public
fund if they paid any subsidy without a reasonable
contract, obligatory .;on both parties. ' It mutt be
remembered that corportions' are wide-awake to
their own interests and no more impartial in their
judgments of themselves than governments and
individuals. Before starting the line to China,
the Company so encouraged this government, that
Honolulu would be taken in the route, as a re
gular way port and coaling station, that thousands
of dollars were expended from the treasury in the
construction of Wharves and other accommoda
tions for the special use and benefit of the Com
pany's steamers. When the Company decided
upon another 'ronle, the only "just and liberal"
amends made to the government, (as I have un
derstood) for all its expense and trouble, was a
courteous letter of regret that it had been found
necessary to change its programme, leaving Hono
lulu out of the route.' I think it to be the opinion
of the greater number of respectable and impar
tial men acquainted with the circumstances of thd
government, that there has been no lack of justice
or liberality towards the steamers of this or any
other Company touching at this port, and the
gratuities afforded by the government are all that
justice and liberality require and that it is;nos
open to censure on any such ground.
The Legislature has, however, added a subsidy
conditioned upon the company entering into a
contract with obligations binding it to a reasonable
service. If they decline such obligations, they
can not expect the subsidy, nor can they justly
charge the government with either breach of
iailfe or want of liberality.
It has been liberal according to its means, and
if the company refuses to bind itself to a reasona
ble service, let the charge of Injustice fall where
it belongs, and not upon the government which
&a dealt liberally throughout. P.
At abort notk.. end hM?
SA TURD A Y. MARCH 10.
MOVEMENTS OF THE HAWAIIAN
N E0YAL COMMISSION.
IVe are indebted to the courtesy of Der
liritannic Majesty's Commissioner and Consul
General, Major Wodehou6e, for the following
Information oq this subject:
II. M. S. Fantome with II. B. M.'s Commis
sioner and Consul General, will leave Honolulu
on the evening of the 17th inat., for Kealakekua
Bay to meet the Rojal Commissioners.
After visiting the Kona district, tbe Fantome
will with the members of tbe Commission and
Major Wodehoueo proceed to Maui.
We proceed with the analysis of some of the
Returns furnished by tbe Collector General of
Cuetoms, in Lis Annual Report of tbat Depart
ment fur 1870. After sugar, our remarks pon
which may now be completed by the additional
item ox 139,073 gallons of molas&ea exported
during ' the past year the most important
exports of thcte Islands are rice and paddy. Of
the former 2,239,324 lbs, were exported in 1876;
in the previous year, 1875, the exports of.riee
amounted to 1,573,739 lbs; in 1874, to 1,187,980
lbs; in 1873, to 941,438 lbs; and in 1872, to 455,
121 lbs. Thus in five years tbe last year's increase
ia tbe export of this most important product of
the Hawaiian Islands bas been very nearly five
fold what it was in 1872 a moet encouraging
fact for our rich growers. In 1876, the total
quantity of paddy exported amounted to 1,542,
CG3 lbs ; in 1875, to 556,495 lbs ; and in 1874,
to 439,157 lbs. It appears that in the two pre
ceding years of 1873, and 1872, tbe export of
paddy was greater than in tbe two following,
having amounted to 1,402,327 lbs, for those two
years conjointly ; but this quantity, is consid
erably kfs than tbat exported in ono whole year
of 1876. Having thus compared the quantities
of rice and paddy exported during tbe past las
trum, and elicited the very satisfactory fact of a
rapid yearly increase in those exports during the
period . elapsed of fire years, we think that it
may interest tbe producers to know where their
best customers are to be found. To dispose, at
once, of the whole of last year's paddy, we may
state on tbe authority of the Collector General's
Table, No 4, that it was all shipped for' the
Pacific Ports of the United States. Tbe bulk of
the Hawaiian Rice exported in 1876 also went in
the same direction, amounting to- 2,191,708
lbs. Of tbe remainder, New . Zealand and
Australia ' took 38,056' lbs ; British. Columbia,
25,360 lbs ; Tahiti, 2,000 lbs ; the Guano
Islands, 300 lbs ; Great Britain, 100 lbs;
and all other ports,' 1,800 lbs. Thus it
appears that the Hawaiian Rica . and Paddy
exporters must look mainly to the'Pacific Ports
of tbe Union for their market. The climate and
situation of these islands are eminently suited ta
Rice culture ; they are about tbe same distance
from the .Equator as the Indian provinces of
Bengal and Orieea, where the best Rice in all
Asia is grown ; and, if our Rice growers bad the
advantage of East Indian skilled labor, we do
not hesitate to believe that Rice culture in tbe
Hawaiian Islands would assume in the course of
time most important ' proportions, vastly to the
advantage, not only of the Rice cultivators
themselves, but also of the country at large.
Sir Mordaunt Wells has recently been en
gaged in the discussion of the question as to
what is to be done with tbe Eurasians of India.
By " Eurasians " we understand those half-castes-
born la India of Indian mothers, and of
white or European sires. They are now a very
numerous class, and are daily on the increase. In
general they speak English pretty well, and in
many cases they are Christians. Tho men are,
often handsome, and we remember to have seen
Home really pretty Eurasian girls in Hindostan.
Sir . Mordaunt proposes to establish - Eurasian
Agricultural Colonies in the Lower Himalayas ;
but Indian cconomiets object that the native
Indian Jlaya (husbandman) can live where an
Eurasian would starve. In point of fact, we
recollect to have seen at Lalgunj, in Tirhoot, an In
digo factory, ( then managed in 1866 by a clansman,
Mr. McDonald) whereon several hundred Rayas
were employed at the daily wages of one anna
three pence English money and for this pittance
the Raya .was obliged .to feed, clothe and lodge
htmeetf, and 'oftentimes n wife and ten or twelve
children ! For, the Indian women are remarka
bly ' prolific ;' they marry at the age of ten1 or
eleven years, and before they are out of their
teens" they often have a family of half a dozen or
half a score of little ones. . The Eurasian needs
better food, more "clothes, and better lodging
than the Raya, with whom he can not compete
as a husbandman for this and other reasons."
Now, it occurs' to us, as the subject of laborers
at present engrosses the attention of the govern
ment and people of the Hawaiian Kingdom, that
it might be suggested to Sir Mordaunt Wells by
our Minister for Foreign Affairs, with the sanc
tion of course of His Majesty's Government, to
make an experiment of the settlement of Indian
Eurasians on these islands, whose climate ought
to suit them especially, and bere labor is so
much - needed to develop the resources of this
kingdom.- 'As an instance of this sort of trans
migration, we may point to tho Volga families of
Russian Protestants, who, being persecuted by
the intolerant government of their own country
for reading the Bible, were removed lately to
Manitoba, in the Dominion of Canada, by tbat
liberal government, cad are now doing well.1 'As
objections might be made to the introduction
into these now Christian islands of heathens
from the East Indies, we think tbat a select
body of some hundreds of Christians men,
women and children might be obtained from
British India, as a beginning of labor importa
tion ; and, under the circumstances, considering
the difficulties of providing for these Eurasians in
India, we believe that tho Anglo-Indian Govern
ment ought to be very glad to meet with so
favorable an occasion of disposing of their Eura
sians, and consequently that the Viceroy ought not
to hesitate to provide them with their passage to
Honolulu at the cost of the British Indian Treas
ury, while it would then bo the duty of our
planters to give tbena employment at once on
arrival, on their plantations. We respectfully
draw the attention of our Minister of Foreign
Affairs to Sir Mordaunt Wells' schemes for. the
disposal of tbe Eurasians of British India.
Voltktxer Souhert. The election of officers
of Companies "A" and " B," Hawaiian Guards,
took place at the Armory on the evening of March
2d and 6th, as follows :
Cttxpanf "A." Captain, C T Gnlkkj lit Lieutenant. P
WanJeoburg; 2nd da Pierre Jooea; Orderly-Sergeant, W F
WUIiami; Color do T Coata; lit Duty do Joa Milton. 2nd do
do H Brickweddie 3rd do da B Rj-anj 4th do da W Clark;
1st Corporal, W L. Hopper; 2nd do H F Poor; 3rd do YVm
Boppi 4th do J M Oat; Secretary and Treaaurer, H F Poor.
Company "B.n Captain. C B WOaon; lat Lieutenant, Chaa
Bent; 2nd do Walter Brath; Orderly-Sergeant, J Q Moan
gbeldon; Color do D Hoaghtailing; lat Doty do John L Reea;
2nd do do O Fcedinbargo; iti dodo J de Frier; 4th dad J
Meek, jr; lit Corporal, B d Friet; 2nd do G Baker, 3rd do
Thoa Bpencer, ir; 4th do M ft Colbornj Secretary , 3 Meek, ir:
Treaaarer, M R Colbarn,
Sole Aenls foTil esiTs.llMl t Co
THE SEWERAGE OF HONOLULU.
Hygienic considerations induce us to make some
remarks upon a most important matter most in
timately connected with the sanitary conditions of
this city. We allude to tbe question of Sewerage.
We deem it unnecessary to advance any ar
guments in support of the indisputable fact that
tbe beakby condition of any community depends
to a very great extent upon tbe prevention of the
accumulation of natural ordures in its midet.
We think that it may safely be laid down as a
general rule that the state of the Sewerage of
any locality where population is crowded is a
test cf its healthiness, or tbe contrary, as the
case may be. Tbe most terrible instances of the
paramount importance ol the sewerage question
are constantly presenting themselves around us
in tbe"world. To mention a few; last year in
the months of March and April, a fearful epi
demic decimated Rio de Janeiro, capital of the
Empire of Brazil, while tbe Monarch of that coun
try was amusing himself with bis Empress on a
tour in the United States. The deaths daily at one
stage of tbe contagion were upwards of one hun
dred. Now, what was the opinion ef medical
men, regarding the main cause of the unbealtbi
ncsa of the magnificent capital of the Brazilian
Empire? Defective Sewerage! ; A few years
previously, in 1872, another splendid city of
South America, Buenos Ay res, was almost de
populated by a pestilence of a novel character,
which puzzled medical science, while it swept off
daily at one stage of its virulence upwards of
two hundred victims. In this instance, also, the
cause of the disease was scientifically attributed
to defective sewerage. We might multiply in
stances) of tbia sort. Indeed, we may assert
that this important matter engrosses the atten
tion of all enlightened communities in all parts
of the world, " We lately perused some very
striking remarks upon this subject in a lead
ing journal of Australia, the Sydney Morning
Herald, in which the writer laments that a coun
try, " naturally one of the healthiest and most
enjoyable in tbe world" owing to' the neglect of
proper sewerage in its populous localities is be
coming ' pestiferous to a degree never before
Now, to come home to our own city of Hono
lulu, the capital of this Kingdom, it must be
evident to any intelligent man or woman, that a
lamentable negligence prevails here, in this all
important matter upon which depends the health
nay "the '.life of the population. Almost' every
dwelling-house conceals on its premises a reek;,
ing cess-pool, where hnman ordures have been ac
cumulating for years, without any outlet, while
the pestilential matter oozes underground creating
fetid exhalations that pollute tbe air we breathe.
This is no coloured picture drawn for graphic
effect, but a plain unvarnished tale of an actual
condition of j things, .the existence of which we
believe 'many of our readers may fully ascertain
by an inspection of their own premises. For the
present, t we feel tbat we have discharged our
duty, solemnly warning tho people of this city
of a latent danger, whose fatal consequences to
other populous countries we have shuddered to
behold heretofore. We feel convinced that the
proper authorities, after a due consideration of
thiB subject, to' the discussion of which we
have been impelled by considerations of dire
necessity cannot fail, without a down-right
dereliction of duty, to promptly and seriously
take some measures with a View to tbe establish
ment of sewage worka for the city of Honolulu
Paris Exhibition of 1878.
Germany will not participate in the Paris Ex
hibition of 1878, tbe Government, for reasons best
known to Itself, having so decided. This decision
is to be deplored on more gounds than one, and
it certainly will not tend to soften the mutual
antagonism between the two countries. Here was
an opportunity for cultivating better realations
on the peaceful field of industry, and Germany
has let it slip. The followiog extract from the
Deutsche' Oerber Zeitung may be taken as an indi
cation of the feeling which prevails in the latter
country with regard to tbe exhibition :
The so-called World's Exhibitions" can only
justly claim the ' attention of the world at long
intervals, as, even la our fast-living age, the de
velopments and changes, of industry are not
brought about so hurriedly tbat within tbe space
of a few years the' aspect of culture and art can
be at once altered in any essential degree. The
two exhibitions of London and Paris followed
each other too quickly ; and then, what shall we
say in tbia respect of that of Vienna? Still, the
latter at least showed us a large representation
of the Orient, which was of some importance ; but
ia all the remainder we only found old acquain
tances in new attire. The Centennial Exhibition
ef Philadelphia is but just over, and we now have
a new prospectus of another great Paris show!
There can bo no doubt that the year 1878 has no
right to challenge tbe world to such another
contest, ' and the years after eighty might have
shown whether tbe peoples of culture had made
such new progress as to create a desire to com
pare and measure their prodnctive strength and
perfection in their industrial and art productions
at another central point The new exhibition un
dertaking seems only to have one purpose m
tnajorem Francice gloriam-&ai. as to the- restf
panem et circenses, to the Parisians.
The French, however, will be able to get on
quite well without their Teutonic neighbours, and
most of tbe. exhibiting nations have applied for
extra space. Among the countries not at first
included in ' the plans of the foreign section, but
since ' admitted at the request of their Govern
ments, are Burmah and Afghanistan. The States
of Nicaragua. Paraguay, and Uruguay have also
made application for space, and their request has
been acceded to. On the whole, despite Germany's
defection, the Paris Exhibition promises, as far aa
can at present be judged, to result in a success.
Br. Trade Journal.
Tbe Conference was generally approved. The
Liberals censure the earlier policy of Earls Bea
consfield and Derby, but it is not expected that
any attempt will be made to overthrow tbe Gov
ernment. Such a course would be unpopular1
and not likely to succeed. :
The Marquis of Ilartington said Earl Salisbury
deserved tbe thanks of the country for restoring
the entente cordiale between England and Russia,
and for having made Turkey understand her re
lation towards Eagland and the other Powers
under the Treaty of 1E56.
There were no borse-railroads in London before
1870, and there are now over twenty-four routes
in rnnning order, The traffic has increased from
4,000,000 passengers in 1871 to 27,000,000 in 1875.
A numerously attended meeting on tbe Eastern
Question was held preparatory to the re-opening
w. l. can.
' C0. -W. MaCTABLAaa.
r. r. LEXKBa
GEEEN, MAOFAELANE & Co.,
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS, Robinaon'a Fire-proof Building, Queen St., Honolulu, B. I.
The Puuloa Ebeep Banch Company,
.. Ill Spencer Plantation, Hilo,
The Waikapa Plantation,
- The Kamalo Plantation, Uolokai,
mhlO Tbe Glaxgow and Honolulu Line of Packet. ly
OX TUESDAY, MARCH i3lh,(IF
a fair day) the Cattle running in the apper part
of Nuaana Valley will be driren In and herded.
Any person wanting a good Milch Cow should be on band for
a nrat pick.
nlOlt . JOHN TAVARK8.
OMMMERCIiiL HOTEL, SATURDAY
EVENING, March 37th, At eight o'clock. it
V. NOTT fc Ce.
KAPI0LANI PARK ASSOCIATION.
m'OTlCE is ItEREBT GIVEN TO ALL
1 penwea that at a etin- of the Sobaenbera to tbe Stock A
U the Kapllal !'' awe ciaiw. new on in
13'.h dy of Jan. 177. U was rtAri to accept a Charter of Lm
crporation granted to tbon and their aaaociatea and asara
or. uudtfT the corporate name and style of the Eapiofani
park Association, on the day of Dec 1ST 4, and thai the
corporation nnder said charter thereupon organised ItatlT and
elected the ioUowinj oSccra, TiS i ',
PRESIDENT ...JAMES MAKES,
VICE FREslDKM A 8 CLKGUOHN,
TREASURER. J H PATT,
SECRET ART H MACFASXASE.
Xotice ia farther girra that pursuant to the terms of the
charter, no atockaolder ahaU "individually be liable for the
debu of the corporation beyond the amount which nay be dae
epen tti share or hares held by himself." ,
mlO 6t B MaCFARXANE, Seey. i
rMHK UNDERSIGNED HATE THIS DAT
m. fenced a Co-partnership for the purpose of carry icg on
the manuiactnre of Sugar on tha WAI&APU PLANTATION,
at Waikapa, Iand of Maui, the Ann and style to be COK.S
MS ST CO S5 WELL,
WILLIAM H. COR3WKLL.
GEORGX W. MACFARLANR.
Uooolalu, March 1, 1977.
J. M. OAT & Co., Sallmakera.
OLD CL'STOM HOC9K. FIRE-PROOF BUILDING.
On the Wharf, Foot of Nuuana Street, Bono
lulu, H. I.
Sails made in the Best Style and Fitted
with Galranised Clues and Thimble.
Flaga r avll deser iptlwaa ssaae mm A repaired.
Thankful for past ipatrouage, we are prepared to exeeate all
orders in our line, with dispatch and in a satisfactory manner.
Boston Board of Underwriters !
k. mhlO ly
O. BREWER A CO.
Philadelphia Board of Underwriters !
AGENTS far lite Hawailaa I si a ads,
mhlt) ly C. BREWER A CO.
-TOTICE. MASTERS OF VESSELS VIS
m ITINU this port in a disabled condition and insured ia
any of the Boston and Philadelphia Offioea must hare their
reports and accounts duly certified to by n.
mhlOly C. BREWER A CO.
tAJEV CROP OP SUGAR SOW COMING
A. w in and for sale by
mhlO QREEX, MACVARLANK A Co., Agents.
NEW CROP OF SUGAR NOW COMING
la-and for sale for home consumption only, by
ta&fo GREEN, MACFARLANK A Co., Agents.
7 PUULOA RANCH TANNERY.
SOLE AND SADDLE LEATHER, TANNED
Goat and Sheep Skins, from tbe abore celebrated Tanne
ry, constantly received and for nle by
mhlO GREEN, MACFARLANR A Co.
GREEN, MACFARLANE & CO.,
Hare on If and and for Sale
Tlie Folio wine: Articles:
to which they wonld call attention. A full assort-
ment of the ' '
In Lots to Suit Purchasers.
EXCELLENT COAL FOR STOVES, Br
the bag, already pot up, saves 76 per cent, in expense of
Cooking Stores, to burn coal, at low rates. '
Barrels White's Portland Cement, will be sold low to close
consignments. Also, a few thousand Fire Bricks, arched and
Boiled Linseed Oil, Black Paint, Red Lead, Galvanised
Fencing Wire, etc. ;
Free Burning Coal, of good quality, for plantation use, at a
low figure, by the quantity.
East India Rice, in 80 lb. mats, equal to any for table use or
fur Chinese, will be sold at old rates. The quality warranted.
China Hatting, No. 1 and No. 2 quality.
China Mat Bags.
Sugar Mill, Rollers 20x36 Inches,
with gear complete, made by Messrs. Mirless, Tait tc
Watson, Glasgow. A full.assortment of
BRANDIES, in WOOD & BOTTLE,
American, Scotch and Irish Whiskies, ; ;
WINES AND CHAMPAGNES !
Of different brands, Including the Celebrated Piste Thorlon A
Co., English Bottled Ale and Porter, McEwan's, Bass' and
other brands. ,
200 IY1 Good China Bricks,
Bundles Hoop Iron, and ( Inches;
- Horse Bhoes, assorted sises; Ac, Ac, Ac : '.
GREEN, MACFARLANE ft. CO.
Regular Line of Packets from
Glasgow. . .
rMIE FINE NEW A I CLIPPER SHIP
0 30 Tssi Register, was to leave Glasgow on the 10th
ultimo for Honolulu, wun the usual supplies or
DRY GOODS, - . -HARDWARE,
LIQUORS. COAL, IRON '
MACU INERT, ETC., ETC.,,,
Particulars of which will be given (n a future advertisement.
Erie will be due In June next. Another fine ship will be
placed on the berth about July or August next, and the
" Eskbank" is expected to leave Glasgow again in January,
1878. Freight taken at the usual rates. . ... -
For further particulars apply to
- GREEN, MACFARLANE A Co., Agents.
N. B. The Agents of the line in Glasgow are Messrs. Geo.
Gray Macraclane A Co- Victoria Buildings, 4 West Regent St.
ASBESTOS COATING !
Steam Boilers, Pipes,
AND ALL HEATED SURFACES !
United States and Foreign
SMJU1II FELTM CO.
SEWARD COLE, Manager Pacific Branch,
Office, 317 California Street, 8. F.
THEO, XI. DilVIES,
of Heat. Prevents Radiation and Condensation. Saves)
25 per erst, ia Fael I Supplied by tbe Barrel with
Full and Complete Instructions (printed) for its Application.
V. 8. Government's Principal Manufacturing Establishments
in the East and on tbe Pacific slope, and the Principal
Mines and Mills of Nevada.
Honolulu Iron Works... Honolulu
Sam'l G. Wilder Honolulu
Circulars, Descriptive Pamphlets, Etc., Seat
THEO. H. DAVIES, HONOLULU.
I tbe toyage tnat win rematu
THE LIMES' BE.E1'01E.T SOtJETV
Will hold a Sale of
Fancy .A-rticles !
On THURSDAY EVEN'G, March 22
la lbs Baaeasseal af Fart Chare.
ADMISSION FEE, 25 CENTS.
a i.iciiT.rinntK.VEi'K nu ir
iSCZ to be seen on the Ksr lanade. at
mlO St J. T. CUATTIR'8.
WHE BUSINESS HERETOFORE CON
M. ducted under the firm name aad style ol f I LEN EH AS
A CO, will ia future be carried on andrr the name and style of
GKXE3, MACFARLANB CO. Mr O W Maefaiiane hsvinf
become a partner from this date. All accounts of tbe Ins wiil
be assumed by the onderaifoed.
GREEN, MACFARLANR A C
Honolulu, March 1st. 1ST
THE HERD EFLOVCIXC TO
Nuuanu Dairy !
LL WISHING TO BUV MILCH COWS,
Heifers, Steers or Calves, can apply to
on tbe premises.
rap WO MEN WANTED. TO LOOK AFTER
M. CATTLK and attend to a DAIRY. German or Portu
WAGK3 tO per Month and Rations.
Apply to U. X. GREENWKLL,
fe!7 At Kcalaaekna. Hawaii.
LAND IN PAL AHA !
CAN BE LEASED FOR A TERM OF FIVE
YKARd. This land contains about Three Acres, and is
situated nesr the road. King Street, opposite the Reformatory
School premises, with a Larfe House, which will be leased
in connection with tbe land. There is a Carriage Road leading
from King Street to the house. This land ia well adapted fur
Rice Culture, and has a good supply of water. For further
particulars, enquire of G. W. M ACY,
o28 Guardian for G. W. Alacy, Jr.
THOSE DESIRABLE PREMISES ON
Alakea Street, formerly occupied by Mr. Fred. Berkley.
The house la pleasantly located, and roomy. Terms
reasonable. For further particulars apply to
fe21 5t ALEX. J. CART WRIGHT.
THE LARGE AND SPACIOUS fpvm
GROUNDS, formerly known as tbe
Seaside Residence of Kamehameha . V.
There are en the premises two Handsome Cottsges, furnished.
This offers a rare opportunity for parties desirous of securing
a handsome Beach Residence, witii first-class Bathing facili
ties. For full particulars apply to
fc21 5t ALEX. J. CARTWRIQHT.
IRON WATER WHEEL FOR SALE.
MANUFACTURED BY THE McONIE'S.
in Glasgow. The wheel is la perfect order, and almost
new is 2 feet In diameter by 3 feet on the face. There are
two spare sections of side plates of buckets belonging to it.
For further particulars, terms, 4C, apply to
Dr. J. WIGHT. Kohaia. Iiawaii,
JaI3 or to J. T. WATKRHOUtE, Honolulu.
Ex R. C. Wylie and Bonanza.
rjMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING RECEIVED.
USTew Lenses !
. ' AND OTHER 1 .
Photographic Impravements ! :
Is now prepared to do
First CI o. s a . W ork
-''; ' IN EITHER ' .. i
Portraits or Views !
On the most Reasonable Terms;
And hopes, by attention to business and pains-takiag, to de
serve the patronage ef the public, and be able to please (he
moat fastidious. .
ALSO, FOR SALE, NEW FRAMES
In great variety, and at the lowest possible prices, at the
PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY I
64 and 86 Fort Street Ilonolulu.
ja6 3m H.L. CHASE.
SUGAR MACHINERY ! !
fWlUE UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST RE
JL CEIVRD per Mail from the celebrated
. GLASGOW IRON WORKS OF -
MESSRS. MIRLEES, TAIT & WATSON,
Exact pj.nicul.rs of the cost of
SUGAR MANUFACTURING PLANT
O seventeen different capacities ranging
I6SO Lbs. Sugar In lO Han fa at a Cast af
2TO, Is a Firetclase Vscanm Pass
Plant ta make 12 Tana af Sa
, gar la lO Hoars af a east
af 4,4 70. delivered
The undersigned are prepared fo receive' orders for such
machinery, and to arrange for freight on same to be shipped
by a NEW IRON CLIPPER SUIP now building In the
Clyde of 1000 tons burden, to leave GLASGOW on or about
tbe 15th or rebruar next.
N . B. Orders for all kinds of Machinery and other Euro
pean Merchandize to be shipped by the above vessel, should
te sent to the amterslgned during the month of September or
not later than October iota. Kate of freight arranged for.
GREEN, MACFARLANR & CO.
Coffee and Billiard Saloon,
ESTABLISHED IN 1858,
OFFERS FOR BALE A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
Light and Hard Pressed
NATURAL LEAF TOBACCO,
Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco,
AN ASST. OF CUT SMOKING TOBACCO !
And a Large Assortment of
BRIAR WOOD AND OTHER PIPES !
Tobacco Pooches, Pipe Stems,
Amber and Horn Month Pieces,
Pipe Buttons, Cigarette Paper, etc., etc.
II. J. VOLTE.
lalS qr Corner of Queen and Nuuanu fits.
EVERAL VERT DESIRABLE AND
Suitable for Family Residences.
Convenient CQTTAGE in Good Repair, Sec.
TO LET OR LEASE !
The Large Premises Ho. 22 Alakea St.,
For a number of year on reasonable terms to a good tenant,
further partiruUr. ,uln of
TOBACCO & B STORE
Down iv i til
GREAT EASTERN AUCTION HOUSE !
OF SAN' FH.AXC1SCO AND OAKLAND, CALA
nt to ancwaare to tbe public ol Lloooiula aad sarroandmgs, thai oa I he It A of Marrb or aaeMslaMy afU IU arrival U the
noaetpected SCHOONER W. II. ME VCR. they all
Open ct Branoli storo
AT THE KLEGAXT rKIMISES 99 MR. C. . WILLI A MS,
No. GO FORT STREET,
WITH A FULL USE OF
DRV AND FANCT GOOD. LADIES' A XI) VKST rt'RXUIIIKa COO,
BOOTS AND Nil OEM, ETC.
Our policy ia Baa Francisco and Oakland has been, la Llsall aar lrala la n RsassasUs traai..
Kail aar Ceeds Strlrltv far Cash, at the same Usse raftering the eoe pr.ee s.tean a-t propose U at ceverasd aV
the same rules here and merely ask joa TO I1EL1EVK WHAT VOIT KICK alias '
GREAT EASTERN AUCTION HOUSE!
San Praarlaca, 337 Market Kir !.
Oakland, t'eraer aad 11 raa 4 war Af.
Haaalala. SO Fart Ha.
ID'S ART GALLERY 1
01 Fan Street,
MAY BE FOUND,
IN ADDITION TO -
His Large & Varied Stock
PICTURE FRAMES, &c.
AS ELEGANT k EXTEXS1VE STOCK
Rare & Beautiful Corals
WHITE, RIB, PCRPLB AND BLACK J
Rare Specimens !
OF TUX ,
FINEST PINK SHELLS !
In CI real Variety. .
BKACTIFCLLT MOUNTED, IN BETfli AND
A LARGE SUPPLY OF RARE SEA MOSSES
- ' f i . t
OF THESE ISLANDS. CITE LB A CALL.
- t i . , .-. ...
C. BREWER & CO.
OiTer for Hale to ArriTc,
FEB AMERICAN SHIP C0EINGA,
, Da in March next, th Largest and
Most Complete Assortment
General Merchandise !
Ever Imported Into this Country, consisting la part of
SUam Coal, Red Oak Casks, forty gallons each,
Cumberland Coal, 84 ft. Extra Timbered Whale Boats,
C3 , x rl XVX Atoltoat
Pitch, Tar, Resin, Turpentine, Varnish, Unseed OH, ' '
Mineral Paint, Lamp Black, Putty, Hide Poison,
A CHOICE SELECTION OF GROCERIES I
Namely i Cora Starch, Clams, Lemon ffyrup.
Green Pess, Tomato Ketchup, Mackerel, Potted Meals,
Lobsters, Tomatoes, Baasage Meat, Uerkins,
Cider Vinegar, Oreen Corn, LA CKOLX BBAND J
Wbite Cube Hugar, Mock Turtle fe Tomato Soups,
Barrels and Cases Salt, Family Pork, ui barrels;
Sperm Candlef, SIsa'i BUcUbjt, Cald Leaf Tseatct, I
, Ox Boas, Jt,l, and 8 inches;
A Choice ABsortment of FIRE W0BK8 ! I
Consisting of Rockets. Bengolas and Roman Candles.
An Invoice of Cut Mails, S4 to 40s Oars, Asa Handles,
Hoe Handles, Hand Carta, light and bear
Cultivators, eide Hill Plows,
Leather Belting, six inchest Fairbanks "rales.
n ant's Hatchets, sse and shingHogt AXES,
44 Rivets. BabblU Metal, Hemp Twine,
Rubber Packing, l-lo Inch; Heap Packing, Bolder,
3 Ply Robber Hoee, I Inch, for garden cwei
CHARCOAL, IRON'S, Mule Collars,
Brass Wire Sieves, Centrifugal Llolngs, Orindstonee,
Bungs, Birch aad Corn Brooms, Bine Wash Boards.
Msynard At. Nojres Ink, Yellow Metal A Bheathlag Malls,
AocDors. isiiu toe. ana laoo ins.;
New Bedford Cordage. 6 threads to 41 In: Whale Line.
An Invoice of Refined Iron, asstd. saws; Norway Bbapes,
A VERT CHOICK SELECTION OF
Consisting of: Rolling Top Office Desks,
Black Walnut Wardrobes. Library Cases, Secretaries,
Ash and Black V.alnut Sideboards,
Ash and Black Walnut Washsunds.
Ash and Black Walnut CHAMBER SETS.
Ladies' Black Walnut Desks,
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Rasy and Rocking Chairs,
Folding Chairs, Folding Tables.
Painted Chamber Bets, Imitation of chestoot and oak ;
Black Curled Hair, an asst. at Dining and Office Chairs,
A well selected Lot of Dry Goods :
Consisting of : Brown k Blesched Cotton Sheeting,
Cblnu Percales, Cardinal Robes, Hamilton Prints,
Aomkeag, Pearl Elff r Bay Makers' Dealau
Ticking, Amoskeag Fhlrtlng, Brown Flannel,
Blue Drilling. Overalls, Denim Pants and Jumpers.
Plaid Shirts, Palm Leaf fists, Lawrence Duck, Nos. 1 to 10;
naven s onto, cotton i wine,
600 Cases Pratt's Kerosene Oil,
300 Cases Downer's Kerosene OQ, Black Walnut,
Ash Plank, Nests Trunks, Oakum,
EASTERN KEG and BAEEEL SH00K8 !
Hoop Iron, 1, 1, 1, 11 inch) Caustic Boda, Palm O.l,
THE LARGEST ASSTM'T. OF CARRIAGES;
ever Imported la eoe Teasel, consisting of i
1 Jaapseat Carryall, 3 Extension Top Cabriolet,
2 Canopy Top Basket Phaetons, 1 Caffra Wagon,
1 Spring Brosmell Wsgoo. 1 Pony Phaton,
1 Express Wsgoo, 1 Park Phseton,
THREE OF THOSE JUSTLT
Celebrated Wood's Organs I
An Asst. of Ready Made Clothing,
from tbe house of Messrs. Isaac Fenno A Co.
An Invoice of Me Murray's Fresh Oysters,
A full asst. of Koowle's Patent 8team Pomps, Nos. 2 te a.
All of the above Merchandise
HAS BERN CAREFCLLT
SELECTED EXPRESSLY FOR THIS BAElIT f
Purchased for Cash, and will be sold at TERT LOW
RATES upon reasonable lima. Of a Liberal
Olacaal fe.r Cash.
ja7en C. BREWER CO.
Hiftl! 1'ricc 2
AT F. HORN'S SALOON,
Water and Fruit Ices !
Of Iks luifc., deeer iKtians are saaAa Is are., U
HuaniHirs, from oae sart U any asnasar
vt (alUas, aad ,
Delltere 4 Tree af f hirfe te ... f .rt -f ,
Chuc.late, Coffee Ore Tea, Alasone or OrsjaMe, , ' .
Maraachlnv Btrawberry, sUsberry, Vauilla.
Lemoa. Nogeaa, Plea Apple, Oiaafe. '
Currabls, re4 aad alack Baabea, Chasarmras
II. D ALL FRUIT CREAM & ICE8
MADE OF THE BEST PRESERVED FRUIT,
Amd a at lasltatlan ttarara.
All Plain Creams, one rtlloa t.
Creams. Iruaswe to trs nUoaa'le W'airIlaa
AO Fine Crejm. and W ater Ices at f, ,a
a-Kh a protier auautli of rakes lucu1.4.
r. UORN, 1
PranUcal Coossctletter eoe Fsstr tW.
TIHIES Cf jSlIIG
FINE BRITISH IRON SHIP
For ale !
COMFRlaiM 0 A
COIM, W001LM& OTHER GOODS
piJVK NEW ITI LK OF PRINTS,
Blue StripaJ Denlmt. Velet CarpaU & Hut.
JIassocli ftM Clothlnf , IWU, Coatrrpt,af ,
Wbita MolesAini, 8kirU, GrriiadinM.
: Scarves, and Tie. &lk Umbrellai, Blakt.
Crimean, Oxford and IVgatU Ehtrta,
FlaBneU, Tweeda, Tonchot,
SADDLES AND DI7IDLEO,
Swiss MoUa, Printed Laws.
Waterproof Clothing, VicUria Lawim,
Book. Maalina, Lac Cartalaf ,
BAGS, BAGGING, CANVAS I
Twine, Leather tUltlag, Vtlat, Oila, I'lpaa,
Wire Rope, Corrugated Booftof ,
Bloe Mottled Soap, Galvanised and Tinware,
FewdBg Wire, np TroB( HoUowate.
Charooa! Irone, O-oa, Cotlerj, Bar Iroo,
Lea & Perrla'f Sauce,
JAITliS AND JELLIES 2
Ilenneeej'a, MarUU'a and ItoUa'a Brand, la caska
Fine Sherre. In sinirlav alra -.t ...
Genera, Whiakej, Knsa, Hock, Moselle, Alcohol, ft.
Blood Wolfe & Co.'i and Ban Pal Ale,
EJnwad'a Pig Braad Porter.
Boicnrrs xipolegx cibixet cuimpkse,
Lalande'a Red Bar Claret, Puntllle'e Whisky.
Boord'a Winea and SplriU,
Silicate Paint Co.'s Paints I
Powell Diiffryn's Steam Coal I
WESTON'S CENTRIFUGALS I ENGINE I
And to Arrive, McOnie's Clariflers I
FOR SALE Br
...) THEO. H. D AVI CO,