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C 0 1 IVIEIl CIii.Ii .
FRIDAY. APRIL 6, 1878.
We note the arrival of fear whalers the past week, from
rru-es.oa their way to the Arctic Ocean, barks ProSres,
Huuter, Mercury and foa Breeze; the PM S3 St Taul ar
rive. on the 2.1, from San Francisco, with ir.aiU and merchan
dise to II HackMd 6c Co The departure since lat report
hare beeo: March SO, whaling barks Thos Pope and Dawn, fur
the Arctic; Arril 1, Am tarkentine Monitor, fr Humboldt;
21, Am SvSir C M Ward, (trading and whalin") fur the Arctic;
4:h, Am wh Kiris Kainfcow, Sea Breeze and l'rosress, for the
Arctic; Sth.ttmrSt Paul, lor San Francisco, by Hackfeld &. Co,
with dozne tic produce valued at $50,856 17; and Am schr
Hera, for Sao Francisco, by Castle Cooke, with domestic
produce valued at $75,553 37
Bks Dovenby, for Portland, by Theo H Davie, and Gleccoe,
f,r San Francisco, by Green, Macfarlane k Co, are advertised
to have dispatch
port or Hoxroxsuxu, h. i.
Mar. CO fchr Nettie Merrill. Hatfield, from Lahaina
20 Schr Jenny, Pake, from N'awiliwili, Kauai.
31 -imr l.ikelike, Shepherd, from awiliwili, Kauai.
April 1 Schr Kekau'.uohL. M.ilaihi, from Hanalei, Kauai.
1 Am vvh hk Progress, Laj.ham, from cruise, with 135
bbls spm oil.
1 Am wh tk Hunter, Homan, from cruise, with 45
this spm oil.
1 Am wh bk Mercury, Hickmott, from cruie, clean.
1 Am wh bk Sea Breeze, Barnes, from cruise, with
145 bbls spm oil.
1 rchr I'ilama. I'uaahiwa. from Kohaia, Hawaii.
1 Schr Mary Ellen, Knanoni, from ililo, Hawaii.
2 ichr Kinau, Ahuihala. from Molokai
2 Schr Kamitile, Kins;, from Kona fc Kau, Hawaii.
2 Schr Haunani, ISika. from Hanalei, Kauai
2 Schr Manuokawai. Naiwi. from Hanamaulu. Kauai
r, P M 3 St Paul. Erakine, 10 days from San Fran'co.
& jrhr Miie Morris. Kealobanui. from Molokai.
6 rchr Annie, Kains, from Nawiliwili, Kauai.
2 Schr llaunani, ika, from sea, iu distress.
.10 Am wh bk Thomas Pope, Adams, for Arctic Ocean.
C'J Am wh bk Dawn, Keenao, for Arctic Ocean.
1 ?clir W ailcle, Kalaaao, fur Maliko, Maui.
1 Am bktoe Muaitor. Emeson, for Humboldt.
1 Stair l.ikelike, Hhepherd, for Maui ic Hawaii.
2 Am schr C M Ward, Whitney, for Arctic Ocean.
2 ."chr Marion, KibliD, for Koloa 6c Wairnea, Kauai
2 schr Jenny, Pake, for Nawiliwili, Kauai.
H ?rhr Ka Mol, Marchant, fur Kahului, Maui.
3 ?rhr Mary C i'oster, Beck, for Kona and Kau
3 Schr Kulainanu, Mana, for Kihala, Hawaii.
3 Whr Nettie Merrill, IialCeM, for l.ahaina, Maui
4 ?cLr Waiehu. , for Maliko, Maui.
4 Schr llaunani, Niks, for Hanalei, Kauai
4 Schr Kekauluohi, Malaihi, for Hanalei, Kauai.
4 P M S St PauL Ekine, lor San Francisco.
4 Am 3-masted schr Hera. Merrifl. for San Francisco
4 Am wh bk Sea Breeze, Barnes, for Arctic Ocean.
4 Am wh bk Progress, Lapham, fur Arctic Ccean.
5 Schr Kinau, Ahuihala, for Molokai.
6 Schr Kamaile, Kids;, for Maliko, Maui.
7 Schr I.eabi, Kaaioa, for Kohaia, Hawaii.
Retort of I' M 3 St Pail, Ebskise, Commander. Left
San FrancUco at noon on Saturday, March 23d. Experienced
strong head winds and sens the first fuur days of the passage;
from thence to port had pleasant weather and light baffling
winds. Arrived in Honolulu April 21.
E G Pl att, Purser.
Report or Bark IIlmcd, of New Bedford. Sailed
from Honolulu l-c 4, 1877, fur Dean's Island, one of the Po
muiou Archipelago for sperm whaling. The fresh XE trade
wind left us in Ul 3 N of the line; we worked through the
raio squalls and then had light wind from ESK and E to
lean's Island, arriving there Dec 30; cruised around 5 weeks
with a great deal of stormy weather, which prevented us from
eeiLg whales. We saw however small sperm whales three
turn , but not n:any of them; got three which made us ii bids
ft oil. caw several trading schooners around this island. On
Feb 7 we were on the SE aide ol Dean's Island, close to th
Und, a heavy storm prevailing. Our boats were hoisted ou
the upper cranes over 11 feet above the ship's upper deck, but
a heavy sea rolled into the starboard boat, which split it
open and smashed it to pieces. Latter part of the night wind
hauling to V , we wore around. Some of the bulwarks were
washed away, and after the blow we stood out to the N E of
several of tb! low coral islands; saw that the green trees on
the land had turned gray by the force of the wiud, and we saw
for many miles north of the islands the ocean strewed with
greea tr-es and limbs of cocoanut trees and stuffs from the
lar.d. We worked cM to the N'E and sighted the Marquesas
Iilawls Feb 19, uid then steered to north for the line with very
lijhl wir,ii from east. In lat 4 3 we had heavy raio squalis,
wind from north; took the NE trade winds in lat 3 9 IS from
N.NE an I strong, ship heading by the wind NW. In lat 8
N the wind was strong from ME, ship heading N.N W. Fetch
ed in to the SK point of Hawaii, and anchored in Kealakekua
Bay March 13, all well. The same day bark Dawn of San
Francisco, Capt Keenan, a'so anchored in the bay, clean;
she was from the off shore ground. O i the 17th bark Sea
Breeze of New Bedford anchored in the bay, from the off shore
ground, with 140 bbls sperm oil, and on the 21st bark Progress
of New Bedlotd came in the bay with 136 bbls of sperm oil.
On the morning of March 29 the Hunter left Kealakekua Bay
in company with barks gea Breeze and Progress, for Honolulu;
had light variable winds and calms, arriving in Honolulu April
1st, for letters ami to recruit our ship, and then we shall leave
Honolulu for the Arctic Ocean. II F Ho an.
e it':m.ua,.i.tjgn-'fjLii sr wia
SATURDAY. APRIL 0.
With the prospect of a water famine, now so
imminently threatening ub, we Lave no doubt
that it id the wish of the Superintendent ol the
Water Works to afford consumers a eufficient
eupply for their reasonable necessities, and also
all the protection possible for the city in case
of fire. We hare twice narrowly escaped a
terrible conflagration by the early extinguish
ment of re8 in tie upper part of Nuuanu Street
before they Lad gained any headway ; but we
cannot expect to be always thus fortunate.
Under the present arrangement, the water it
shut off at the rpservoir at bix o'clock in the
evening, and, consequently there is no pressure
in the pipes until five o'clock in the morning.
Now if a fire should break out in the extreme
southern or northern part of the city, at a dis
tance from the main pipe from the Reservoir
which traverses the town through Nuuanu
Street, it would be beyond control before a supply
could be delivered through the branch pipes
intersecting the main north and south on that
6treet. With all deference we would suggest
that the main pipe from the valley be always
kept full, and that the branches on Beretania,
Hotel, King, Merchant and Queen streets be
6hut off every evening instead of the method at
present pursued. Perhaps an equally efficient
and less troublesome plan would be to put in a
cut-off just above the intersection of Beretania
and Xuuanu etreets. If this plan could be
carried out without too much inconvenience or
delay, we are inclined to think it would be the
beEt one that could be adopted. But this is a
matter of which the Superintendent is the best
judge. We throw out these hints because we
6ee the great danger which nightly threatens
the city, and which should and can be provided
against by the simple means we Lave suggested
above. The interests of tax-payers in the city
demand that some measure of protection should
be promptly taken.
While on this subject, wc would again ad
monish our citizens to be as sparing and econo
mical as possible in their use of the water. Let
the regulations for the supply of the town be
enforced impartially, without fear or favor,
against all consumers, and there can be no
just ground of complaint from any one. We
Lave no doubt that such is the case so far as
concerns any infraction of these regulations that
may have come to tLc knowledge of the Super
intendent ; but when uc!i a flagrant case occurs
as is alluded to by a correspondent in another
column, we deem it proper that increased vigi
lance should be exercised that no one enjoys a
privilege not equally shared by all.
F aoM iSas Francisco Per St Paul, April 2 S745 pack
ages general mdse
Fob fcw Fbskcixco Per St Paul, April 4
Bananas, brhs 'ib Plants, bs... 1
Betel Leaves, bxj 10 Private Effects, trunk. . 1
Coffee, lb O007 Paddy, lbs... 10047a
Mangoes, bxs 4 Shoes, bx.. i
Pump, pkg ljSugar, lbs 6S7124
Value Domestic... $5o,boti.l 7; Foreign.. . ....175
Fob San Fbskcisco Per Hera. April 4
Goat Skins, bdls 60 Sugar, lbs 950930
Value Domestic. $7S,W6.37
Fbo Nawiliwili Per Likelike, March 31 His Majesty
the King, S (i Wilder, P Coleman, W O milh, V W Hall
and sod, A Dreier, F' Bindt, W Bride, P Fdley, James Duncan
Miss Luce, Miss cmith, Capt Loreoze and wife, V Knudsen
ami daughter. P Iaenberg, wife and 3 children, Mrs Christian
and child, I Hart, Mr Palekaluhl, and 25 deck
Fob Wimdwaed Pobts Per Likelike, April 1 Mrs Makee
Mrs A II Knight, Mrs A E Kelly and daughter, J U Murrav,
E S Baker, A P Lamb, wife and i children. T D Murphy, Capt
Worth, J D Uavekost, J and U Rentou, Mrs Blackburn, C A
Colcord, V H Palmer, Dr J II Bemiss. A J Pense. D Noonan
and wife. Kev S Wilbur, Col 8 Norris, Mrs Hodgking. W
Green. W Welsh, Jas Smith, W M Gibson, Miss Piatt, Mis
Hmiliiies, Mis Hempstead, Master Carter, B W Childs, J
Messiter, V Feary, B C Kurtz and wife, W O Smith. A Young,
Along, j r cisson, u w ilder, Kauka W Uder, K Hall, Miss
I. Hall, J a Koowle. Mr llapai, F Armstrong, D B Ma
rine, UaleakaUi, D Eldridge and wife, C gchriever, and about
Fbom Sax Fbascihco Per St Paul, April 2 II May, Alex
Campbell. J O Uawksbury, C Lucas, E Hade), J B Vernon, J
Newman and wile, L Hughes, and 6 Chinese.
Fob Sas Fbaxcisco Per St Paul, April 4 Hon P Isen
bers;, wife and 4 children, T Ballieo and wife, II Manse I and
wife, U P Colt-man, Miss Regensburger, August Dreier, C
O'.Neil, Jas Mueller, W Henderson. Geo rimitb, John Hub
bard. Jno Cameron. D A II awes, C T Uarkness, Jos Fel
ler, T Appeler, Makanui, Chong Man Kong
A little more than two years ago, (February
20, 1876) an address signed by influential mem
bers of the community, was presented to His
Majesty the King in Privy Council, earnestly
calling the attention of the then advisers of the
Crown to the fact, then and now so patent, of
the rapid decrease of the Hawaiian people, and
urging a policy and a line of action with refer
ence to the subject of repopulation ; " a subject,"
to quote from the late Kamehameha 1Y " in
comparison with which all others sink into insi
mCcance ; for our first and great duty is self-
preservation." It will be remembered also that
the memorial, as it was called, met with no
encouragement from the then Ministry. In De
cember however of the same year, that Ministry
retired from office and was succeeded by new
men, the positions of Minister of the Interior and
Minister of Foreign Affairs being assumed by
prominent signers of the memorial of the preced
ing February, viz: Messrs. J. Mott Smith and II.
A. P. Carter. We need hardly remind our read
ers that the advent of these gentlemen to office
was regarded very hopefully by the entire com
munity, as an earnest of an approaching era of
activity and enterprise. Especially in view of of the wooden piping, we beg to refer to Messrs
the sentiments advanced in the memorial of Feb- rwm Co., who are the agents in Honolulu
extinction of the Hawaiian race, and to half-populate
the islands with incorrigible pagans, who
Lave no qualities for assimilating with either
our civilization or our Christianity, and who,
coming here only for what they can eend or take
with them back to China, are in no proper sense
to be considered as immigrants.
In all solemnity in view of the grave import
ance of the eubject under discussion we aEk
Ministers of the Crown ; we ask members of the
Legislature about to assemble ; we ask all true
friends of the Hawaiian race and of Hawaiian in
dependence ; are you ready to accept the situa
tion that is impending? Are you willing to
abandon this people to extinction and this coun
try to " the heathen Chinee " without an effort ?
Those foreign-born subjects and residents on
these beautiful isles, Europeans and Americans,
must be short-sighted indeed who cannot perceive
wherein the interests and even the very safety of
themselves and their children are to be deeply
involved, in the near future, in the answer that
shall be given to this question.
In these days, in these islands, when so much at
tention is being paid to irrigation for agricultural
purposes, we think we shall be doing present aud
prospective planters a service by directing atten
tion to the fact, which is believed to be fully dem
onstrated, that pipe made of a combination of
wood, iron and aspbaltum, is not only cheaper, but
far better and more durable than iron. During
the past week, we paid a visit to the estate of Mr.
C. P. Ward, at Kulaokahua, where some 1,500 feet
or the three inch Wyckoff Pipe "has recently been
laid and is now in use. This piping, which has
been used in the States for some twenty years, and
latterly to a large extent in California, id very
highly spoken of by those who have used it, as
strong, cheap and durable. It is made in sections
of eight feet long, Irom Puget pine or Oregon fir.
It is first bored and then turned in a lathe to a uni
form thickness of shell, removing all of the sap,
and steamed thoroughly. One end of each piece
has a tenon of about 3$ inches, and the other is
mortised to fit it closely. The swelling of this
tenon when driven home, makes a perfectly tight
joint. ' Banding " the pipe is done by winding
iron spirally around it, of a thickness, and at in
tervals required by the pressure to bo sustained.
Then the entire pipe and iron are thickly coated
with asphaltum, producing a condition best calcu
lated to resist decay of any form. The water pipe
is coated on the outside only, as it is a well-known
scientific fact that water will not corrode wood,
though it will find the smallest crack in the inside
coatiDg of iron pipe and eat its way out in a few
months. Tests of the Wyckoff piping made in
San Francisco, showed that it would stand a pres
sure of 200 lbs to the square inch. In regard to
durability, we are told that when taken up to lay
a larger pipe, after the lapse of 18 years, it was
found perfectly sound. One great advantage about
the use of this piping is that ho skilled labor is
required in laying it.
The water which we saw pouring forth from the
Wyckoff piping ou Mr. Ward's premises, which
would be a source of almost unlimited wealth to
some plantations we wot ol is raised from a well
and sent up hill through the pipe by a pump work
ed by a small two-horse power liyder engine of
the hot air principle. This is a very efficient but
economical affair, requiring no skilled labor to run
it. and costing for fuel about fifty cents per day.
Besides this engine constantly at work, there are
on the place two large windmills, The Storm
King and His Queen," that, whenever there is
a breeze, ate busily engaged in pumpiDg water to
the surface, which is led all over the ground. The
proprietor of this beautiful and valuable estate
need fear no drought, for the supply of water
from the lower stratum of Kulaokahua is never
failing. There are cn the grounds some 6,000
young and thriving cocoanut trees which in time
will alone be a fortune to the owner besides
numerous fruit and ornamental trees and a con
stantly renewed crop of grass for making hay.
Mr. Ward is so well satisfied with the result of his
experiment with the Wyckoff piping that he in
tends ere long to lay several thousand feet more
on the grounds.
To any one desiring information as to cost, etc.,
GIVEN THAT Till: PAETNEll
WILDER k CO.,
w ii vit ritv
M. ship hitherto subsisting between us, the undersigned, in
Honolulu, as Clothiers and Tailors, under the name of F i? her
k Kotn, is hereby dissolved by mutual consent. The under
signed, S. Koth, will continue the business in his own name,
and he will receive and pay all money due to and by the late
Dated this lit day of April, 1575. S. KOTH.
milE UNDERSIGNED. IN CoNTINTING
JL the above tusiness, would thank the old customers for
their patronage in the past, and will endeavor, oy care ana
attention to all orders, to merit the same in the future. Orders
from the other islands will receive prompt attention.
ap6 3t S. KOTO.
C L'CCESSOJvS TO I0VETI'
Corner tort and yjeen cts.
Dealers in Lumber. Paints. Oil, Sails, Sa't, and
apti Materials. of every Lin l.
NORTH EEITISH AND ilPwCANTILE
OF LON DON' AM) K IIN 11V tUJ II.
ELL'S GREAT SALE
.V'-P Till 3'
ill AUCTION HOUSE
CAPITA L. 2.000.000
Accumulated and Invested Fund. 2.833,118
An Account of the
Its Migrations, and the Ancient History of
the Hawaiian People to the time of
Kamehameha I. By Abraham
Fornander. Price S3.
For Sale by
ap6 1m WIIITNET k ROBINSON'.
"KO HAWAII PAE AINA,"
'WKXEVHAV.1IIAX JOURNAL., UNDER
M the management of the Undersigned, who for the
pant twelve years has hail the charge of the Kuokoa, has a
WEEKLY CIRCULATION OF 3,300 COPIES
And U steadily increasing. As an advertising medium, it has
no equal on the Hawaiian Islands. TJT Advertisements
translated free of charge. Office, Gazette Printing Room.
T1IIE UNDERSIGNED II AVE BEEN AP
. POINTED AtiNT3 lor the Sandwich Islar.ds, and ar.- I
authorised to Insure aeainst Fire upon favorable terms.
Risks taken in any part of the Islands on Wooden Buildings,
and Merchandise stored therein. Dwelling Houses and Furni
ture, Timber, Coals, Ships in hart.or with or without cargoes or
nnderrepair. a0 ly r.U. IUfr fCIILAEuiEK & CO.
O. WALLER, PROPRIETOR.
Corner ol Hotel mill Union sts.
E MEATS FROM THE FINEST
-Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, -e.. furnished to
order. Extras Tuesdays and Thursdays Veal, t'ridavs.
Fish. Sundays, Lamb. (Unless otherwise ordere I.)
The proprietor has leased a neat and commodious Vegetable.
Fruit and Poultry Market, and is prepared to furnish every
article in his line.
XT hippiiii: supplied on Short Notice. aj C ly
C. BREWER 6h CO..
F O T fs A
JOSEPH V. KAWAINUT.
Proprietor and Editor.
T1' VIRTUE OF AN ORDER ISSUED Bl'
IJ the Honorable A. Francis Judd, Justice of the Supreme
-oun, on me ttn aay or .March, A. V. 1S7S, the undersigned
win sen at punuc auction, on
Saturday, the 20th day of April, 1878,
On the premises, all the right, title and interest of Chas. Ka-
oaina, deceased, of, in and to eleven (11) Lots of Land situated
in Waikahalulu, Nuuanu Valley, and immediately in the rear
ol we premises or .Messrs. Uillebrand, Waterhouse, Hall, Da
mon anil Junes:
Lot No. 1 contains 0 622 acres.
" MARTHA DAVIS,"
EASTERN PINE LUMBER ! -r
do 2 do 0.722 do
do 3 do 0.750 do
do 4 do 0.615 do
do 5 do 0.143 do
do 6 do 0.500 do
do 7 do 0.300 do
do 8 do 0.116 do
do 9 do 0837 do
do 10 do 0390 do
do 11 do 0.130 do
Eastern Prime Pork,
Keg and Barrel Snooks,
ONK HUNDRED CASES
'j'lIE It If; F.ST It A R t; A I S THAT HAVE EVER HEEN orFKRKU IN
SAN I'll AN CISCO we do not fpeak of lluiiolulu, as our Cutonurr know by this limn ,ow
tremendously liili the prices are iu all other I'ry (Joods Mures her fn coinpnr;"n lo ours.
Orders have been received from Headquarters,
NEW YORK C1TV. TO
T. M ELLIS, MANAGER OF THE G. E. A. H.f
ENTIRE STOCK OF SHERIFF O'CONNELL
CONSISTING OF ONE III NDU:i AND FIVC Ck?W,
RECEIVED PER DISCOVERY AND ST. PAUL,
At llsr Ituip of .Til -J Ottla the Dollar
THIS STO CK COMPRISES THE LATEST STYLES & BEST QUALITY
Dry Goods. Triniminiis, Fancy Goods,
BOOTS, SHOES AND CLOTHING,
Tlinfc linvo over 1ooii Imported Hero.
IM NOT FAIL TO ATTEND THE
GREAT SALE OF SHERIFF O'CONNELL,
GREAT mm Wfll HOUSE !
All the above lots are Kalo land (except No. 3, which is a
fish pond fed by a never-failing spring), and have excellent
water privileges, and some of them are leased for a short period
at a good rental.
Plans and surveys can be seen at the office of the under
signed, where any information required will be furnished.
The terms of sale are Cash, and deeds at expense of pur-
Flans and survey will be furnished each purchaser.
W. C. PAltKE, Administrator.
Honolulu, March 22, 1873. , ap6 it
JUST RECEIVED, EX
The Following Carriages ! est Annealed Fence Wire,
Spirits of Turpentine !
511 DOZEN' 1JROO.MS,
No. 4, 5 and 6;
Merit the Public Confidence.
rami!: AKK CONSTRUCTED ON MA-
sl inemancai, wen known and long tried principles.
O- They are made by the most skillful workmen, of the
" uiiiicriiua, ami viiu me laiesi improved machinery, and
" "cute ueceasarnj uuiiurm in construction and alike accu
rate ana auraoie.
XT Their reputation as first class scales is firmly estab-
iinucvi, as mcy nave oeen uioroutiiiiy tested, and are in use by
many of the leading railroads, the largest grain and iron
nouses, ana most prominent merchants in thi9 and other coun
ZT xn our own city, where th y are best known, there are
now in use more man lour tunes as many as of all others put
Er They have competed successfully with all other scales
ui uiiown meric, anu nave been awarded i irst Premiums at all
the International Exhibitions, the St. Louis Mechanics' Asso
ciation, the State Kairs of New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio
Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa. Maryland, Virginia, Texas,
IX At the Centennial lixhil'ition, at Philadelphia. 1876, we
uc lucumvitaic matters wno cnallened competition anil
sut'iiiiui.ti iu me leal.
JJT 1 fie manufacturers ure responsible, and every scale is
BO,lai"i enure HHusiaciiun.
We have just received an Invoice
ONE WITH THE FA TEXT COM HI X A -
TION LIE AM.
Dillingham & Co.
Celebrated New Bedford Maker,
31 II. CKO. L. BU0U.ELL,
Who Guarantees His Work !
1 Hunting Wagon,
1 Bench Wagon,
1 Open Wagon,
1 Phaeton, very stylish.
WIRE STAPLES, GALV. PAILS, 10 & 12 in; SAUCE PANS, asstd. ize;
PAINTS AjNTD OILS!
LOT OF PLOWS, HOES, SHOVELS, SPADES, PICKS,
For Stile Clienp,
C. UREWEK &. CO.
A. H. HOUGHTON,
U It'll A UL) STREET, brlwrrn Mrrrhunl
and Queen Sts., Honolulu. Cheap Groceries, Dry Uoods
ami Furniture, Makepono. Oive me a call, jt A double
seated Carriage fur hire ati l fur luggage. mlioO 3m
Notice of Change of Firm Name.
SJOTICK IS II Kit Kit Y f;iVK THAT
from this date, the business heretofore carried on by MK
under the name of A FOXU ACHUCK will I e continued iu
the name of
Honolulu, March 2.';t!i, 1STS. ni!i30 4t
A IW LOT OF SHELF HARDWARE, LANTERNS, &C.
We guarantee our prices to bo as low as tho lowost !
AVIK HAVE T-AJOSIST THE -AXJ.ETSTC Y
M ben I
WAILCKT VI N'E YAK OS. SOOO
earing Vines. Apply to
Fill EL & BUSH,
au IS Or, on the premises.
THOSE DKS1IIAKL.E I'RK.M ISES NO?.
14S and ISO .Nuuanu Avenue. Apply to J. II. WOOD,
Kuumiu, or K. A. WILLlAMd, 04 Fort St. n.'l tfj
iTi.mi a rn
111 III) (K T I
HI 111111 H 111 I
asm imps !
TO LET OR FOR SALE.
rvMIE l'KEMISES NEAR Xl'lTAXtJ
Dole, Ksii. Area of lot 2k acres.
nue below the Koyal Mausoleum, lately
11. Dole, bMi. Area of lot 2 acres.
nil) F:no,uir' ol S,
occupied by U.
of the American Pipe Company.
FOR SALE OR RENT !
rIOTTAGE IX NUUAXU. LATELY OC
I mtiTIrv mm n . .
tLriiuoyjir.s.ftun. Also, an enclosed pasture.
" Apply to Kev. 8. K. BISllOl.
Ltmch la this city, March 31, of paralysis, T F Ltscii,
ajetl 46. Deceased was a native of Wistmtath. Ireland, and
leaves a wife ani two children in Watertoirn, Wis.
t7" Wisconsin papers please copy.
WtTlinotai-In this citv. April 3d. of cholera infantum.
Flans, youngest aoa of Hesbv Vi and JlLI 11 Wateb
uotrsi, aged 11 months and two days
WATCBRcrst In this city, April 4th. of cholera infantum,
Es m, daughter or Join T.jr, and Eliza Uoi bse Watkb
hocse, aged lo mouths
41 bix--At KaUht, near Honolulu, April 4, suddenly, Piia,
wife ol Mb Emus 8ai bix, aged 50 year
Supreme Court April Term, 1878.
The Court opened on Monday morning, Chief
Justice Harris presiding; His Ex. A. S. Hurtwell.
Attorney General, for tbe Crown.
The Calendar for the Term is uuasually light.
Tbe following is a summary of tbe business trans
acted during tbe week:
TLe King vs. Manuel. False Impersonation at
tbe polls at tbe election in February last. Ver
dict of guilty and sentenced to three month's im
prisonment, with costs $21.80.
The King vs. Pckaa. Sexual intercourse with a
female under 14 years of age. Verdict of guilty.
Sentenced to one year's imprisonment at hard la
bor. Tbe King vs. Wi. Larceny. Verdict of guilty.
Pakau vs. Kaulu and Hoopii. Ejectment. Ver
dict for plaintiff, damages $50.
Iloomaimai vs. Kealoba. Action of Trespass.
Verdict for defendant.
Elia Daniel and Malupo vs. Kinolua. Trespass.
Verdict for plaintiffs, $15 damages.
Kapohaku vs. W. S. Pahukula. Appeal from
decision of Chief Justice sitting as a Court of Oahu.
V eraici lor piaintia with damages, $250.
Yesterday the Court was occupied ii
THOS. C. THRUM'S:
fllllE POLYNESIAN RACK. its origin and
M. migrations. Vol 1; by Judge Fornander. Price $3 00
POLYNESIAN RESEARCHES, vols, by
V. ELLIS. Price 8 00
A TOUR OP HAWAII, IX 1843, by W.
ELLIS. (A few copies of the original edition.) Price $1.75
JARVES' HISTORY OF THE HAWAIIAN
ISLANDS, Price $2.60
HAWAIIAN ANNUALS, for '75, '76, '77 and '78.
Price for each, 60 cts.
HAWAIIAN GUIDE BOOK, Price, 60 cts.
KIAXA. A romance of the Sandwich Islands, by
JARVES. Price, $1.60.
SCENES IN THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,
by Miss ANDERSON.
OUR JOURNAL IN THE
THE SECOND IXTKRREGXUM.-painphlet
a few copies only left. Price, $1.50
occupied in hearing
The U. S. S. Pexsacola. This fine ship takes ber
departure from Hawaiian waters a Tuesday next,
for San Francisco. From her arrival, on the 23d of
last December, to the present time, her visit Las
been a continued source of pleasure to our citizens,
and all will regret that the public service requires
her presence at home. Many of our people have
formed most pleasant acquaintances amongst her
officers, and all will remember with pleasure the
agreeable receptions they have enjoyed on board at
tbe hands of Admiral Murray and his amiable and
accomplished lady, Mrs. Murray, ably assisted by
the gentlemanly corps of officers attached to the
hip. The very superior band, under tbe leadership
of Mr. Contrada. has also added greatly to the
social amusement of our community by its frequent
concerts on shore. In short, there has been nothing
wanting daring her stay at this port to make her
visit long remembered with the greatest pleasure by
all classes of our community, and the best wishes of
our people will go with her and her gallant crew.
The future career of her officers will be watched
with a personal interest by all our citizens. We
jrisb them ion voyage.
ruary, 1870, the fellow-signers with the new
Ministers were confident that etrenuouB efforts
would be made by them to at least test the feasibi
lity of proposed schemes for repopulating the
country, by procuring immigration from abroad.
The new Minister of Foreign Affairs, shortly
after takiDg office, unquestionably devoted much
attention to the subject of immigration, and wo
arc informed tnat corresoondence was had with
parties at the Western Inlands with n tipv in
Portuguese immigration ; and also with the Rep- XIaLlsVcliiclll IslclXldSa
rcsemauvc oi me uritisa government here, in
reference to the probable view which tbe
Lritish authorities might entertain of the project
that had been advocated in the memorial, of
endeavoring to procure immigrants from the East
Indies, the people of which country, being of a
cognate race with the Hawaiians, it was thought
would readily assimilate with them. In both
instances it is understood that encouraging re
plies were received, but more especially in the
matter of East Indian immigration. For this
latter face we are doubtless no little indebted to
the friendly offices of the British Representative
here, who has always evinced a decided interest
in the welfare and prosperity of the Hawaiian
nation. "When in June la6t it was announced
that Mr. Carter was about to proceed to Europe
on a diplomatic inision, the undoubted under
btaLdiDg on the part of the public was, that be
sides the eettlcmcnt of questions arising out of
treaty stipulations, one prominent and highly im
portant object of his mission was to come to an
understanding with the British government re
specting immigration from the East Indies. Ten
months have elapsed since our Envoy departed on
his mission to Europe, and it is reported that he
will shortly return. Tbe report is also current RIIQTIT P A RlfJCT TTD AMCC I
that, while the negotiation of
a - viut bAVULjr
with Germany and the discussion of questions of
moment growing out cf treaty stipulations with
Great Britain, have been industriously and
thoroughly attended to, the no less important sub
ject of immigration from the East Indies has been
entirely ignored. In view of the decided stand
taken upon this question of repopulation by Mr.
Carter, both before and after taking office in the
government, the only eolution of the fact of his
inaction in this vitally important matter in
found in the suggestion that he is simply acting
under instructions from home. Wc 6hall be
very glad however to know that we are mistaken
in this view of the case. Of this much, however,
we are assured, that both Lord Derby and Lord
Saulsbury of the English Ministry have expressed
themselves very favorably disposed to the 6chcme
of an East Indian immigration to these islands.
After all that has been said and written about
the lamentable decrease of this nation ; and the
patriotic utterances of the King at the commence
ment of his reign, to the effect that the increase
of the people should be the watchword of his
government ; and after all the hopes of a vigorous
policy in this direction that were inspired on the
accession of the present Ministry to office ; we
are loath to accept the conclusion that the only
result of all this is to be tbe continued influx of
male Chinese laborers, to still further add to tbe
dangerous disproportion of sexes which has exis
ted for years, and which is rapidly hastening the
Martha Davis from Boston,
AND FOR SALE BY
L EWERS & DICKSON !
EASTERN WHITE PINE
CALIFORNIA SUGAR RAISINS
IN QUARTER AXI WHOLE BOXES,
per Hera, fresh and beautiful. For sale by
ihi!3 HULLKB CO.
BY TWO GENTLEMEN. suitof Rooms
furnished for sleeping, located in a desirable part of the
city. Address fcKOOKLM.
xx mt m
SAMPLE LOT MOW ON EXHIBITION I
Which we Offer at " BED ROCK PRICES," and they are claimed lo be
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PERFECTLY CLEAN.
CONVENIENT, SUBSTANTIAL I
A llumarLiibh Inv idion, tin: Huliu rxnl injupliou iJ' which will r mhr
iwjioxHihle the ti rrihfc itechJotts to life in1 prj, , fi that huoc
coiitinifiilli occur rt d from the uxc of l rostne nh.
HIli!) 3E cfc? L-Jm sS.
CHAMBER TO LET,
VEAT A Xl COMFORT A ISLE. FIVEMIX-
1 LTIid AVallc from the I'ost Office. Apply at
mh23 NO. 3 GARDEN LANK.
HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT ANY
CATTLK found on my land in I'alolo Valley after this
date will subject owner to prosecution. ITT I also atDoint
PHILLIPS, of I'alolo Valley, my Agent.
Honolulu, March 30th, 187S. tnh30 3t
W11 Woi'ttBa McaiiflnDii;
Eastern White Pine, 1, 1J, 1-J, 2, and 3-inch
Black Walnut, 1 inch selected Boards,
White Wood, 5-8 and lj-inch for Carriage Work,
Asn, second growth for Wagon and Planta
All kinds of Builders' Hardware,
Locks, Butts, T tr Strap Hlnires, Screws, Clout ami Finishing
n aus, axie rauies, w inaow springs, Basil Weights,
Hasps and Staples, Bolts, Tacks.
500 kegs ol the celebrated Wareham Cut Nails, from
Also 6, 7 and 8-inch Cut and Wro't Spikes,
Also 2, 2, 2J and 3-inch Clinch Nails,
Also 4d and lOd Galvanized Nails,
HOUSE STEPS, LADDERS, 14, 16, 18, 20, 24 and
30 feet long.
A NEW SUPPLY OF
Sherman Card Frames !
A L SO
A variety of Card & Cabinet Passepartouts
M OIL, OIL, OIL9 jf
PER, liVIIN JER,
Full Cargo of Assorted NOR'WEST
Full Cargo of Assorted REDWOOD
Downer's Genuine Kerosene Oil !
JUST RECEIVED FROM BOSTOX,
Ex Bark jlavtlia Xavis9
AND FOR SALE BY
6 D I LUNCH AM Sc CO.
A WORD TO THE WISE
rjMIOSE WHO REGARD THEIR HEALTH
A. will drink no water that has not been filtered
Per Discovery and other Vessels
A new and complete Assortment of
PAPER HANGINGS AND BORDERS,
Comprising the new styles so much admired of Tints and
Orientals with VelTet Borders, Gilt Mouldinjs, &c, to match
ALWAYS OX HAXI), A COMPLETE LIXE OF
PAINTS, OILS, TURPENTINE,
AXD WINDOW GLASS,
Hubhuck's Best White Zinc. White Lead and Pale Boiled Oil,
Brown Az Son's do do Zinc. White Lead and Dark Boiled OiL
FurgusoD's Best White Zinc, White Lead and Dark Boiled Oil'
Blundell. Spruce 6c Co's Double Boiled and Kaw Oil,
Furniture, Damir and Coach Vrni.-h,
Brown and Black Japan, and Shellac. Chrnma Hrn
I'aris Green, Vermillion. Prussian Blue, Ultramarine B
inrome lruow, Burnt L mber. Kaw Umber.
Burnt and Kaw Sienna Verdigris. Drop Black,
Patent Dryer, Ven Red, Yellow Ochre, all in
small tins and
YYURREAS, MV SOX. WILLIAM PRC
wt NANA, bavins left me. I hereby eive nubile notice
that fiom this date I will pay no debts contracted in my name.
And I hereby caution all persons from purchasing from any
one but myself any horned cattle, h'.r-ies. or mules, on pain of
oeing prosecuiea under the law. AIVTON E (HUNAN A.
Honolulu, March 13, 1S78. mb.23 lm
MAXIIA CIGARS, MAMA CIGARS !
PER CITY OF NEW YORK !
A CHOICE LOT OP
Which we will Sell in Lots to Sail,
EITHER IN BOND OR DUTY PAID.
A FEW OF THE NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED
CASTLE & COOKE
ttrfl r HUftfl
The Celebrated Manufactory of
Are Daily Expected per
lOfl. VIVE from BREHIEiV
And offered for sale by
mh30 2m H. HACKFELD & Co,
THE GENUINE IMPROVED
A PLANTER ON HAWAII WIUTKS US i
" WK "AVE TRIED I OITR IMPROVED lA K1S PLOWS A LOf'tI up ii. tiil mi
TATION STEfcii O.NKrf, AND FIND THfc.M KI'KKIOIt IN ALL KlVcT." 1 1
The Improved Plow, with Rolling Coulter and Extra Point, at Only Thirty Dollart !
fcteel Moline Breaking I. p Plows, J-agle No. 2. Paris No. 6 Plow, a splendid 2nd plow, and Ju. i.. n i . n- i.. .
Fteel Moline Horse Plows, 40 and 8U; XI, XO and XOO Heel Horse Plows Cultivators IW. Tr. V . th,"V' r R,c 1'lanU raj
Novels. Spades, Scoops. Oos. Mattocks.Vicks. fctean, Packing', "I'df. Kter n.utS 1 1' 1 " V, "A;
Metal, No. 1 aud 6; Pence Wire, annealed and tarred No. 6. ' "rl" H'n J'ackir.f, Jlafabilt
IVIIIIIA.TICS HCAT.KS, TO SVIZKill HOI) TO JOIJJV !- I
Cast Steel Sledge, Coopers' and Masons' Hammers, Drivers, Mule and Horse Collars, Trsos Chains, fsiurs, fit plmn's
Swivel Vises, Coopers' Vises, Anvils, Cut Nails, 3 to Wld; Cut Spikes, 6 to 8 inch! Wrouifbt Nails.
Xine VKOitiiienL ol" JSIiolI" XJLiii"dwsxio I
Machine Units, Cold Pre;ed Nuts and Waxherf, a rery superior make, as one trial will pro vet 'r"' Hcrewa and T ks alb
sizes; Coe's Wrenches, 8 to 21 inch: liston's and 8. and J. C. C. Saws, all styles and sir-.) H. and J. gtubb'a k0( 1,iou'm,
Files, all kinds and sizes.
Paints, Oils, Turpentine and Varnish. Kerosene Oil Devoe'i and Pratt'.
Eight Card Matches, Barrels Dairy Salt. Boxes Curie i-uirar, uoiiien uaie r.xira ramny Hour, Hawaiian Hire, ( e,,n.
and Unbleached. Apents for H. W. Johns A.bestos Boiler and Pipe Coverings, Asbestos Kire prw.t ami ltofii ... .
: .1-1 i .k: ... lf.b nrlo.l mrrm ii...r...r ,.il.. . ... . "'". JUt
Pumps, sizes on hand: 2, 3. 4 and 5, the best in use; the Klake Varuum Pumps. To arrive, llk biri-et tw.i. ... i"
I gm,ng Pumps, juit the thins; for these dry times. Agents for wHLKLKK L WILSON Sewiris; Machines M.t,tR M 4 Ni n "
FACTCKING CO., WILCOX 4 OI1IIW Sewing SUcluues. We have the iaUst improved Machines of all trie slu -.ill . .
I makes, and at the lowest living profit. ' """" -"'--.- J
ANOTHER INVOICE OP
Macneale & Urban's Celebrated Fire
S V. F E S ! :
Per Bark Discovery from San Francisco!
Among which nre a kind especially suited for Plantations
and Country Suics. Particulars or s:zes and cost, with cuts,
will be furnished to parties residing on the other islands.
GREEX. MACFARLtXE JL CO.
Agents for WOODWARD and CROWN'S CELEBRATED PIANOS I
OXLV OXE LEFT OF TWO I X VOICES.
TO ARRIVE BY THE MYSTIC BELLE I
Fir.t Direct Vra-I frana ew Vrlt l Honolulu
A LARGE INVOICE WELL SELECTED MERCHANDISE
AMONGST WHICH ARE CONSIONMENTB OV
The PATENT BARBED FENCING WIRES, tie VULCAN BRAND KEROSENE OIL. FIRE TI1ST. IL'0.
can be had Cheap at 95 & 97 Xing Street,
P PILLIXOHAM V CO. ' ap8 lm
Dry Paints, Litharge, MeUIIic, Venttiaa
Lamp Black, Yellow Ochre, Whiting, Chalk, 4c.
PUTTY, PUMICE, PLUfliBAGO, RED LEAD,
F'c Etc, Etc, Etc.
All pf which we offer for sale Low
LEWERS & DICKSON,
Fort, King and Merchant Ets.
ON THE ESPLANADE.
THE L XDERS1CXEI) nAS OPK.VED A
At the abore ,:ce, where he will be found to execute all
orders in his line.
CHARGES REASONABLE !
Special Allrntlon Gireis lo
Making and Repairing of Casks, Bath
Tubs, Buckets, &c &c.
tnh23 lm AUGUST 8TREBU
A CARP. WK TIIK IMIEUSICXKI)
beg to inf irm oar cuMomers and the fiublie, that from and
after the 1st day of April. 1879, we shall be compelled to
charge Tea Crtilw Pr Unsrl fr Milk. We regret
much having to make this raise in price, Lut are compelled to
do so in eotiseqaence of the shortness of feed for our stock,
consequently the great Increase in our expenses.
JOHN K fcYLVA,
DONATHO KEN K,
Hooolulo, March 23, 1678.
KICAIlDO A CIIAVIKL,
PIANO FORTE TUNING & REPAIRIN0
XT Orders En 'm v. ,,r.,f. ..ion with despatrh.
Formerly of Chli tfrlns it Son" I'Udo Ttxto
Factory, Boiton, Mass.
CALIFORNIA PILOT 2READ,
, M A lilLLASSOIlTMEMTOI" VRKML
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