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A: oi T from the d.lTVrent IiUciIi report c-j.u-m rain
la most cf the platting district. A an abundanre cf wai. r
i so essential lo the ucces or every asrrku'lural ritTpr.s?
la the Kir.gl.m, th! rain-fill is constantly watched with the
greatest interest by all cUrs of the community; and (hi 'n
one fit the reason 'shy the destruction of cur f ,rcs:s and
shrubbery rause o riueh solicitude in the public mind.
San Francisco dale to the 13:h u'L have been received r
hip Hamilton. The "Aha"' of that date gives the f.Stowic;
cjantationa lit our staple.:
Rice Hawaiian, f 6 75 pr ctL
Mujm Hawaiian Grcetry grades, ICS .W.
The followinr vessels were loading at Sao francisco for this
port: The tark Discovery, la Williams, lllinchard A Co" a
Liae. to aaU i:h dispatch; axul the Roario, J C Merri.1 A Co,
tO Mil Oct 12.
Tha arrivals for the week embrace the following: Oct 20
Haw tchr Avatcha, 3 day from Prtrepaalski. 29 Brit S3
ZealacdiA, 21 day from Sydaey. 30 Am chr Mary Swan,
23 day from San FraacUco. Nor I Haw Ik R C Wylie, 129
day from Bremen; Am thip Hamilton. day from San Fran
cico, for Gaaso Itlasd.
The departure tor the week were-. Oct 2 II W Almy,
fir 8an Francisco, with cargo of domestic pru.Jice valued at
S 47,657 21; foreign do $10. 29 Zealand!, Pin 7rancico,
valu dusnestic produce, f74,0C2 63i Lreigi do $163. 23
, Jo Woolley, Ooano Islands, valne domestic produce, $S05X2-,
foreign do $4,365.10; value tranihipped $41. 31 II Buck,
Victoria, B C, value domestic produce, $091.40.
tr. a oa
L. 11 1.
... t;:r wife i t Mr T C
PORT OF HONOLULU, II. I
CC Hchr Walehu, Kilia. from Molokai.
Jf, Scbr Manookawal. Naiwi. from Kapaa.
27 "tmr I. ikelike, Reynolda, from Maui and Tlawaii.
ST Himr Kilaaea Boa. 11 arc ban t, from Kahului.
27 Httnr Mokotii, Bate, from Kaoal.
a7 Bchr Annie, Kaiaa,frora Moloaa.
2 Haw Schr Avatcha, WbkIi, 3d day from I'etirw
2 R MSB ZeaiatKlia, ChaTaUer,21 day from Sydney
a no jaoeklajxl.
29 .chr Liaolibo, Beck, from Ku Hawaii.
' St) Am ieht Mary rJwaa, Jacobucci, 23 day from Saa
Zl Itmr Kilaae floa, March nt. from Kahului.
SI Stmr MokoliL, Bates, from Maui.
31 JScbr W'aioii, Twaoiy, from liana, Maui
21 tk-Lr Mary Ellen, Kuanonl. from Onnrnea.
31 Cchr Ka Moi.lMars. from Kabulul, alaui.
Not. 1 Jchr KekaulaohL, Malaihi, from liaoaki.
1 8rhr Jenny, Faks, from Nawiliwill, Kauai.
17 Scbr alary K Foster, Kiblin, from Koloa anl W
1 Haw bk R C Wylie, Rakemaoo, 129 days frcm
1 Am ship Hamilton, 13 day from Eao FraocUco.
j . . . - .
Oct. 24 Aaa bk U W Almy from Freeman, f r San Francisco
M Schr Mary E Foster, Beck, fur Kobala & Waioica
24 Hchr Marion, Raiua, rrom Koioa and uaimra.
20 Vchr Haleakala, Pnaabiwa. for Hilo, Hawaii.
24 Hrhr Paeokabi. Ikaia, for Maliko.
27 Oer bk Friscslla, Abrens, for San Bias.
itt Stmr Kilaaea-hoo, Marcbant, for Kahnlui.
SI fctinr Wokolii, Bates, for Molokai aod Maui.
" 29 R MSA ZeaTandia, Cbaralier ,or S?an Francisco.
29 am chr Joa Woolley Comstock, fur Guano Ulandt.
29 3(mr I.ikelike, bhepherd, for Maui ic Hawaii
2 chr Manuokawai. Fake, for Nawiliwill, Kauat.
29 gchr Annie, Kalaa, for Moloaa.
, . , 29 Scbr Waiehu. Kilia, for KoholaJeie nawaii.
; j i 2i yhr LeahuKaama, for Kobaia, UawaiL. .
29 richr Waimalo, Kaai, for Kohala.
SO Scbr W ailete, Katauao, for Maliko, Maui.
, 30 Scbr Prince. NirDcrsoa. for Kooa and Kau.
' 80 Pchr Nettle Merrill, Hatfield, for Lahalna. Maul
30 Am schr Mary Swan, Jacobson, for Kapaa, Kauai
31 Scbr Kabunanu, Nana, for Kobala.
81 Ucbr Libobbo, Beck.tfor Kan Hawaii.
tiow. 1 Stmr Kilauea-hou, Marcttant, for Kahului.
1 Am bk Henry Buck, tkrroan, f:r Victoria, B C.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Am lk D C Murray, Frost.
Am bktne J A Falkinburg, Hubbard.
, Hawaiian brif Pom are. Chare.
Haw bk R C Wylie. Rakemann.
Haw scbr Aratcha, WesseU.
WHALCK3 A50 TBADEH9.
Am scbr Loleta, iiexter.
Am schr V M Ward, Whitney. -Am
scbr Oen Harney, Tripp.
Haw scbr Giovanni Apiani Lonr, Weeks.
Vessels far Ilonelalsi from Foreign I'oris.
Brit bk Kskbank, Ulaanw, sailed May 23.
Am bk Alice lUetl, Mew York, sailed June 30.
lirit bk Tbalia. Glasgow, sailed Au 2.
Am bktne c'atb. Sudden, Port Gamble, loading S pt 12.
Am hriii Timandra. Han Francisco, loading Sept M.
i'r bk Madelaine, ilougkoug. loailiii Ail a 24.
Am scbr Bonanza, Han Francisco, sailed Oct C for Hilo.
Am stmr City of New York, Han F'rancisco, due Nov 4.
tirr bk Alster. at Liverpool Sept 5.
Haw brKtn btormbird, touth Kea Islands, due Nov 6.
He I stmr Pemxia, Callao, dne Nov 18.
Am bktne Jos PerkicM, Purt Gamble, due Oi t 2C.
ti;r bk Lotiise. from Glasgow, via Bremen.
Am sen Mary Kwan.fu S F, en route for Kaiaa, Kauai, due
ItriK violet, ban Francisco, loading Oct. 1U.
Am bktn Monitor, from Hnmboldt.
bhip Uaiullton. from San Fran, en route for lUker'f In.
Haw hri$ KUho. San Francisco, sailed Oct 12.
Am bktne Monitor, Port Gamble, loading Ort 3.
Haw brlr Violet. San Francisco, sailed Oct I t.
Haw brir J F Southard. loadinK Sept 22.
Am srbr K'mario, San F'rancisco. sailed Oct 12.
Aiu bktne Discovery, San Francisco, loading Get IX
Rkpokt OIBM8 3 Zkalasdia, Chevalikb, Commas
ma. October 10th, at 3.35 p m, left Sydney and reached
Auckland on the 14tb, at midnight; and left again on the
following day at 6.45 p ru. Pa-ssed from E into W longi
inda on the 17th, tui crossed the Equator cn the 23d, in
long 16C IV W. Sighted Dinioml Bead on the 28tb, at C
m, anl received pilot at 9 a m. The weather from Syd
ney towards Auckland fresh westerly gale, with heavy
sea; experienced for two days afterwards northwesterly
and variably wind. From Anckland to Honolulu mode
rate trade and fine weather throughout.
R M iona1j, Purser.
FaOM rJA! FTa-isctsco Per Nettie Merrill. Oct 2o 3;J
pkgs hardware, 34 kra nails and spikes, lir.' pks mar hi u-
ery. 49 do dry khx1s, 1Uh) sewer pipe, 'jou sks nour. l iruu
sale. 2 bis apples. 1 cue saddlery, J l-ktr" baU bes, 1 cse
idassware, 1 billiard table, 4 pkes paint oil. 1 cse veloci
pdes. 1 do sewing machines, 1 stove, 1 anchor, and 1 cse
Fro rrTBor-ACXusi Per Avatoha, Oct 2 IS cords
-4 re wood, lrl lbs walrus ivory and 2U1 Mexican dollars.
Fro at flTDircY a ArcTttajro Per Zealandla. Oct 2.H 220
rs and 10 Vks brandy. 1 csk ruin. 20 cs whisky. 0 do
Kin. 3 pk drhpery. 3 ruU matting. 02 kK butter. 1 ik?
atold coin, &4 sks potatoes, 1 csk seed cane, 101 pkgs soap.
40 coil rope and '1 pkgs baggage.
From Sat Fauxasco Per Mary Swan, Oct 301 anar
mill romplete, 9 prw comrHmnd Doners, l lipiiter, 41 19 tt
lumber. 1j m shinnies. V7J pes mouldinfr. I t kK" t.MN
and 34 kg nails, bbe preceeded t Kapaa, Kauai, to dis
charge. From Brmeu Per R C Wylie, sov 1 M pks beer. 97
do wine. 'jtaM do spirits. f9do drugs. 275 do dry good.4,3cs
pianos. 2 do musical instruments, 1C7 do hardware. 2 do
iruns, 77 pkgs ammunition, 4 do stationery, 5 cs cigars, 3
co clothing. 10 do personal eflects, 1002 pkga groceries. 5
c-S furniture. Id do glassware, Ci do aaddlery and leather
gooda, 4.l pkra oilman's stores. 9 cs acientitlo instm
nients. 20 drums caustic soda. 2J pkgs paint and oil, 5o)
bbs reruent, 3u0 bdla fence wire. 1'ajO do hoop iron. $21
pkg bar iron. 1 iron bouse complete. K7 pkgs hollow
ware, 5 cs Intlia rubber goods. 1 do jewelry. 10 bbls tar. 8
pkgs crockery, 35 do cordage, 200 nets buckets, 2 boat,
jo in brick and 60 pkgs sundry merchandise.
Fob 8a FB-Uiilaco Per H Vt Almy, Oct 2G TlOOil lbs
gnfiwt. 1 ess sewing macLines--ralue domestic produce,
$47.637.31; value foreign. 50.
For San Francisco Per Zealand!, Oct 2S 4V57S32 lbs
sngar 241700 lbs rice. 2JU35J lbs paddy. 3455 lbs coffee.
13&4 bnebs bananas. 10 bxs orange. 1 bx limes. 3 bxs dried
oysters, 12 do betel leaves. 4S5 lls whalebone. Srt empty
kegs and cs vacuum gi:ge value domestic produce,
$74,032.t3; value foreign, $153.
For Ocivo IstA!i8 Per Jos Woolley, Oct 29 .V0 lbs
agkr 252 nails molasses. 100 bbls paiai, 2 pkgs sail. 2
bbls and 2 tierces beef. 19500 feet lumber and 32S pkgs
proviKious value domestic proiluee, $)5.o2; value for-t-ign.
$4,365.10; value transhirred, $f4.
For Victoria. B C; rer H Buck, Oct 314340 gall mo
lasses value domestic produce, $;i'4.40.
From Wdtdwakd Ports Per t.ikelike. Oct 27 Their
:Maj;stIfc theKlng a Queen, GovJO Uoinini", HonMrs K
Kahanawai. Miss M IMtniau, J W Taul. G Kimokea. M K
liuttles D B Mshoe, W Thompson. Mrs Gibbs a son. J
Moanauli Siiss M BrickwocMl. G t'orHn.C R Smitli a wife.
K Parker, 'Miss Wight, Geo Bell. W H Cornwell, Mrs J W
Widdifield. W H dimming. Dr F.nders. W II lavi. A
', Titus. T Meek, Mrs Kinney, H Turton, A Tttrton, J L" Ka
wainui. Faoat KlHCtvl Per Kilauea Hou. Oct 27 C N Arnol l, J
W W iddifield, W O Smith, Mss A A Gray, K Delcmar and 10
For Wiward Pobts rer Likrlike, Oct 23 Capt J R
Fpencer, CecU Brown, W J Sheldon. W O Smith. J W Widdi
fieUl O P Ward, Miss Thompson, Miss Johnson, J S Escana,
j. a licDoffoe, Ed Smith, W II Comminjrs, C N Arnold, Geo
BeU A de Bretterille. 11 Weigh Dr Ender. J D Brewer, R
F Bickerton, P MUton, W H C'ornweU and about 75 deck.
Fob Sas Fbascwco, per H. W.AIrr.y, Oct. 25 Catherine
From Sax Fbascs-ico, per Nettie Merrill, Oct. 2f Ed
Smith, Carrie Smith and Geo Markham.
From Stcjtet at ArcKtAitr. rrr Zealandia. O. t. 2S
Mrs O Jacksim and four children, G Edwards, J H Hough
ton, and i Straw.
FOB San Fbavcisco. perZealandla. Oct.2S Col Kit.-heu
miff familr and nurse. T Crawford Macdowell. A Titino.
VH "Woolmington. Miss B Frankrl. Mrs C T l:.!;rrs. T
lloodheai T W Paul. Mrs Macaul. y. Ol 51 1 lUbiuson
kndwife, WmOreig. n M.-Intyre. A McWayne and wife.
HhJSS, L Perrt-t. H Will. H E Drvsdale, T B Hopkins,
O E Lenbart, and four Chinamen.
Fob GCito Islands. Pr Jos Woollty. Oct 23 J Smith,
J Uouglas. J Patterson, J Reed, J N Earle and It laborers.
From SJ Fb-ajtcisco. per Mary Swan. Oct. SO 3 O
Bruxzel, 8 N Hundley, F Williams and S Eaton.
From Breme. per R C WyUe, Nov. 1 P.egine Koch.
Keta Muller. Johanna Schluter, H Streubeck, P Jeeseu
and Tboa Peterson.
GRirrtf Stattobo In this city. October 2.th. l.y
Rt SC. Damon. Mr. Dajtiei. B. IriainH t Eliza J.
hZIrwowZ. of Eauclaire. Wisconsin. Eauclaire papers
RnBrrso HCTTT-In Ro.lus. New York, by the Rev. T.
DwihIInnt (formerly Mindonary on tLe Sandwich Isl
1 and aubaeVjuently Pastor of the F irt Congregational
f nur?hof San Francisco). Dejtoj S.1ows.ox Esq.. a
""of Vnnda. New York, to Miss Emilt C. IIi kt.
dagbUT of the oftlciatiug clcnrjmau.-l ayne County
Alliance, Sodua, N. Y.
Hi .i-.r I;: t.n . ity. at t!i; t.'-ieeii s Hospital. O. t ber
-'I. 1;umi.ii Hi ..ni, )! ra!ij a fnwufr from Sn
Francisco abo-it the 1-t of rjit liilx'r. He as an invalid.
'.;! ring fr :n tuu-i,j t:. u. He r pr,rt-l that hi
in'.th-r. Mr. Caiiiarliie ljunh'". resided at li Eldou
I e. lu-ri.' ri!.ea.l. near Eiveri-" 1. He was a b.nc Hilary
( f the La-1iV Mrai.ger's i ruu l Sooi' ty.
Gu r. The i'.ev. Wiu im rii I., ff rrnerly cisai.-.nary
at I:- r-itn.'j. sonth l'cin-, an 1 f'.r nearly twelve year
Ailr.i-t'-r f ii t .rv. Place CLaj-l, Wix.lwli h. '.n the
llilj f A u'1-.t. at Un:J- a li .uoe, I.e Glebe, fclavkheath.
a.'J :xtv nve var.
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Honolulu, Sept. 2d, 1S73.
' Their Majesties, the King and Queen, and
Ilia Ex. Governor Dominie, returned to town bj
tLc etcamer Likclikc, on Sunday morniDg last,
from a short trip to windward.
What Shall the Harvest Be 1
This is the peculiarly suggestive title of one of
tLe popular Moody and Sankcy Hymns. These
hyinna arc eensational, emotional and popular.
The title of the one wc are now thinking of is
suggestive to Hawaii nci at the present juncture.
We arc planting in every direction. New agri
cultural and industrial "enterprises are springing
up in all parts of the country. "We are decidedly
planting, and " What shall the harvest be."
Sugar, of course, but what else? As we hare in
previous issues for a year past, we still continue,
in the discharge of our bounden duty, to warn
the people of these Islands against the further
admission here of Chinese or any other males
without women. If we continue recklcsely to
add to our heathen male population, what shall
the harvest be ? Look to it in time !
f'Luz situation in Europe is again critical, and
Causes grave apprehension in the minds of the
leading statesmen of that Continent, and the
Cabinets represented at the Congress of Berlin.
It is clear that Russia is inclined not to be bound
by the conclusions arrived at and embodied in
the Treaty to which she then and there consented,
but, awaiting a favorable opportunity, may cast
it aside and fall back upon the terms of her own
agreement with Turkey, known as the San
Stelano Treaty. This intention is evidenced by
her retention of a fortress near Constantinople,
as we learn by telegraphic news received per
Zcalandia. The conclusion to be arrived at by
us, at this long distance from the scat of events,
will fortunately have no eiFect upon the result
but yet we are privileged to express it, to wit :
the Treaty of Berlin, on account of which Dis
raeli and England got so much newspaper credit,
will, at the end of six months, be a thing of
bhrcds and tatters," not worth the paper upon
which it was inscribed and so formally signatured
by Bismarck, (Jortschakoff, Bcaconsfield, &c.
They all knew it was not permanent ; but the
thought with each was let us stop the row at
present between our neighbors, in order to have
time for our own domestic concerns which in
some cases are getting entangled. Thrones are
threatened in Europe. The German Chancellor
recently gave the world to understand that
socialism was the only serious clement of discord,
but it is not very long since his policy was just
as clearly antagonistic to ultramontanisu. It
seems probable, also, that the prompt repudia
tion by the social democrats of the scheme of
" reform by assassination" and the increased
strength of the national liberals and progressists
in the next Ileichstag will perpetuate and even
strengthen socialism in Germany. Communism
exhausted itself in France ; but when the Geneva
Convention met in 1S71 it was announced that
the International had become a European organ
ization of even greater strength and with more
clearly defined purposes. Recently, however, a
writer in the Nineteenth Century, of acknowl
edged authority, brushes the International aside
and declares that, individually, it is not a factor
of importance in the secret society problem.
Russia strives to crush out Nihilism, but raises
a spectre far more intangible.
It is interesting at this date to recall the fact
which may soon as the world moves become a
matter of history, that over two years ago, in a
speech delivered at Aylesbury, the British
Premier made used of the following words :
I assure you gentlemen, that in the attempt
to conduct the government of this world there
are new elements which our predecessors had not
to deal with. We have not to deal only with
emperors and princes or ministers. There are
the secret societies, an element which you mut
take into consideration, which at the last mc
nient may baffle all your arrangements, which
have agents everywhere, which have reckless
agents, who countenance assassination, arid
who, if necessary, could produce a massacre."
t the time these words wero spoken they at- i
tracted no especial attention. The opposition at
orce covered the reference with ridicule, and as
serted that the conservative leader referred to
Russia secret asrents, striving to divine a policy
that was unknown to anybody. The margin of
sympathy, under that interpretation, was clearly
with the puzzled detectives. But now it seema
evident that Lord Bcaconsfield "s meaning was
different from that ascribed to him. Were theso
only empty words, did he exaggerate the danger,
or had be grave facts to support his statement ?
Supreme Court Calendar.
OCTOl.i rt TKF.M, A. P. 13TS, COSTI.XCFD raOM. THS lTU.
The King r. Peha; appeal from Circuit Court cf
the Fourth Circuit. Cae submitted to the Court.
Kimanao vs. Akcni et al. ; ejectment. Tried ty a.
Hawaiian jury who returned verdict for the plain
tiff, daaiages 818.00. J. M. Davidson, fcr plaintiiT,
Castle Si Hitch for defendants.
Oct. 221 L. Palo n: a rs. H. L. Sheldon ; ejectment
Tbia cum wis cere pre mieed. W. C. Jones for plain
tiff, II Preston for defendant.
The King vs. Akaa (Chinese); indicted for per
jury. On motion of E. Preston, Esq., Attorney Gen
eral, the prisoner was arraigned upon the indictment
and pleaded gailty, whereupon the Court sentenced
him to imprisonment at hard labor for a period cf
six Eonthf, and to pay costs taxed at 2.50.
Oct. I'Sth Mke& vs. Nalaa; motion for new trial.
Motion argued and overruled, and exceptions taken
to the rulir.g. Castle & Hatch for the motion, Ilolo
kahiki for defendant.
Oct. 20th Kaholo rs. Joaquin Dutro; question
reserved. Question argued and submitted, and ou
the 21st October the Court delivered its decision that
the verdict cf the jut j do stand for $SCo, instead of
the fall amoant cf $500, (tee decision in to-day's
issue). J. M. Davidson for plaintiff, E. Preston fr
The Court granted the following decrees during
the term :
Kalehaaoltona vs. Kaaihuenui.
Kaualua rs. Moke Pupue.
Kekukn vs. Katii.
Kuala vs. Mele.
Kahina rs. .Xakoana.
Robert Brown rs. Kekna (w.)
Kaulaa vs. Kaoibana (w.)
Ah Tha vs. Ana (w.)
Makaala vs. Maanahina (w.)
Ailan rs. Kauhola.
S. M. J. Weed vs. F. M. Weed.
M. Rose vs. Grace B. Rose.
Ilukiku vs. Kaholo.
Kaaiawaiwai vs. Waikane.
Anee vs. Kamaka.
Haili vs. Kaaimakauahi (w.)
Haaleu vs. Kaili.
Makakapa vs. Oio.
Laa vs. Kaluna.
Kailikole vs. Kahuhuki (w.)
Ilalelaaa vs. Kamaama (k.)
Baranaba vs. Kauilani (w.)
Holoua vs. Kaunuohua (w.)
Kaauwai vs. Malina.
S. Feary vs. W. R. Feary.
Kapna vs. Kauo.
Australian International Exhibition.
We referred, :n our issue of the 19th ult., to
the Melbourne Exposition for the year 1880.
Through the courtesy of the Minister of Foreign
Affairs, we have received a printed pamphlet of
some fifty pages, a " general programme " of the
Australian International Exhibition, to be held
at Sydney, New South Wales, in August, 1879.
The following official letter will further explain
To Hit Excellency Vit Minuter of Fvrtign Affairs, Honolulu:
Hawaiian Consulate, Sydjtet, N. S.W. ")
October 9th, 1878. 3
Sir : I do myself the honor of directing your
attention to the International Exhibition, to be held
in this city, in the month of August of next year.
His Excellency the Governor of New Sooth Wales
has notified the British Colonial Secretary, with a
view of communicating through II. M. Consuls to
foreign countries, particulars of the forthcoming
It is confidently expected that a large quantity of
exhibits will be received by the Commissioners from
all parts of tLe world.
For your information I will forward to you by the
out-going mail, the general programme, regulations,
conditions, &c, &c.
I will be pleased to see the Hawaiian Kingdom
represented in the first International Exhibition
held in the Australian Colonies, and will gladly
place my services at your disposal.
Articles the produce of your Islands would be
viewed with great interest sugar, rice, coffee, salt,
rum, pulu, wool, oil, &c, c., and photographs of
It will be necessary to secure space at least one
month before the opening, and I will be glad to
receive instructions on this head as early as possible.
I have the honor to be sir.
Your obedient servant,
A. S. Webster,
H. IT. Jl.'s Consul.
HAWAIIAN BK. E. 0. WYLIE
And conjiiting of a Large Assortment of
STAPLE AI FANCY LIDS 1
Cardinal Manning refers to the new antago
nism to existing European statecraft, after the
manner of Hugo, as the ' Revolt.' His, in our
our opinion, is the true idea. Names go for
very little. What menaces the stability of everv
furm of government, monarchical or democratic,
s the consolidation for a common purpose of all
the opposing elements political, agrarian and
social. This is Germany's Europe's dancer!
Cowinunistn is repulsive to the upper classes;
socialism, per sr, attracts only the visionary and
theoretical, therefore the more practical men of
this order call themselves social democrats ; ultra-
montanism appeals equally in vain to the free
thinkers and to the Protestants; internationalism
attracts only the proletariat. Union cannot be
secured under the banner of any one of these or
ganizations. Danger to the German Empire can
come only when a common cause Bhall induce the
sacrifice of personal sentiment and cement into l
brotherhood what is now discord. The cry of
Virc la Commune. was tried in France and
failed. May it not be possible that in Germany
the necessary inspiration will be found in that
wondrous word, so full of charm and promise,
the word " democracy. ?" !
Cottons. Linens, Woolens and Silks, New Print,
DeDinis, Sheeting-, Cloth, Buckskins, Flannel, Merinos,
&c, &c, Ac.
Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Shirts, Towel, Umbrellas,
Shawl and Clothing. Blanket, 4c.
Bags and Eaggfng, Canraa. An
Invoice of Christmas Goods
TOYS, PERFUMERY. Jtc.
CALFSKIN'S, STATIONERT, tc.
TW O PIANOJ
FROM NKCFELD, BERLIN, Vienna Chairs,
Cutlery, Bucket, Tubs, Saucepans, Corrugated Roofing,
Fence Wire, Hoop Iron, Tin Flates, Tin, Bar Iron,
Yellow Metal, Pipe, Zinc, Lead, 4C
Kerosene Oil, Camphor, Ac.
PRnnkTRV flun m ass warp f
wiivwiikiii nnu viaanw iiniibi
DEMIJOHN'S AND BASKETS.
Candles, Soap. Sugar, tc.,ic , ic.
POWDER AiJL SIffOT :
Hcr.e Roie and Other Cordage,
Printing and Wrapping Paper,
St. Paul's, Bavarian and Lager Beer, '
Claret and Rhine Wine, Brandy, Gin, c.
Champagne Heidsich, Thoreau, Etc.
Barrels, Fire Bricks, Coals, Gambia, Barrels Cement
FOR SALE Y
Samoa. 'cws frcra Ap to the roi l He cf August,
received at Sin Frinciscc, Oct. 1, per scbcoccr
Bona n :j, states tha: there J a prospect that the
Saiaoaa Government will prooat:y gire to Lcinl
asJ Gerciiny tie same airanUges ia traie that
Late been secured to the L'ated SiV.es Iv tie rccict
treaty. Matnea, who carni to this country acl
negotiated the treaty, and wha was thought to te
opposed to tie eppcaidoa to gWe Eag'.and and
Germany the saaie advan-ages, has turned agticst
Colmesnil and LXirtlett, :Le latter cf wheu wen:
from thi3 city to lock ailfr Aacncaa interests. TLe
natives are holding da.il raeeuegs at which the sub
ject is discussed, tad te excitement is so great that
war is expected betwera the two factions. The I. S.
steamer A Jams left Apia fr Pongcpccgo, July 0,
and was to return ia a few days. The greater part
cf the natives areia favor cf giving to England and
German the sate commercial advantages that have
been extended t the United States, and it ia the
opinion of merchants here that these advantages
will be accorded. Affairs do not seem to be ia a
very settled state, as the thirteen immigrants
brought from H-noluIu by the Hawaiian steamer
are disgusted aci are leaving by whatever means
they can make use cf. On July20tb, a betel at Apia
caught fire from the explosion of a kerosene lamp,
but was damaged to the amoant cf S50 only. S.
THE STEAMER KILAIEA
HOU sai: l'-r Nawiliwili and Koka, on
UonJay, Nov. 4lh, at 5 p. m., returning on
Wednesday mornicj. Leave again on Thursday, at 4 p- m ,
for Kahului, Maul, r.turmr.g on Sunday tncmicp. It
33- A PRAYER MEETING WILL BE ILK LD
every Sunday Evening in tie Vestry cf the Fort Street Church,
at a quarter of sevn o'clock. All are cordially inrited to
attend 5 3:n
1k r rai THE MEMBERS OF
J jla la ULl'IMA TULLK LODGK
o. 1, are earnestly refpe-Hted to attend the Regular Meeting
ON MONDAY EVKN.NO NEXT. Nor. 4th. A full attend
ance is very desirable, at business of importance will come up.
jt f er order of W. C. T.
GOOD WORKMEN AT LYXCH'S BOOT
and Shoe Factory, King Street. Highet wajei
LOST OR STRAYED.
IROM THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL,
3 UAWAIIAI AND 3 CHINESE GEESE.
Any perion who can pre information of their whereabouts
will g really oblige the jndersigued by doing so.
6 ' A. HERBERT,
s2 Proprietor Hawaiian Hotel.
IPHSE ID IDT FOIl SALE Oil LEASE.
A DESIRABLE RESIDENCE, three
minutes valk from the Post Ollice, in a pleas
ant locality. Trms liberal. Inquire at this Ollice.
CABINET MAKER AND FRENCH
Polisher. No. 00 Hotel Street.
7- Store and offices fitted up at most reasonable
rates. All kinds jf upholstering done and good work
manship guaranteed. n2 ly
flMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING RECENTLY
JL received the Agemy of Monuments, Ueadstones, c. by
special arrangements win the manufacturers is able to lumisli
the same at lower figura than they have heretofore been sold
Designs and Drawing: can be seen at my shop. By pricing
tnese articka, the enornous reduction will at once be seen,
Monuments can be obained at all price, from 110 to HOoO
The inducements I o&r are such that people have no need
of sending eaewhere. CI1KI3. U1CKTZ,
No. 62 Hotel Street, Kxt door to the - Palace of Sweets.1
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP
riHIE FIRM Of WEST Sc CHAYTER was
dissolve! by agrement entered into between the part
ners on the 30th day ol October, nit., the dissolution to date
and have efTed from tin 1st of October, A. D. 1S7S. GIDEON
WEST will coatinue th) business hereafter in his own name,
and for his sol interest It is mutually agreed that all sums
due the late firm, sha! be paid to UIDEON WEST, who
assumes all liat ilities of the firm or WEST & CIIAVTEK.
oo2 tf O. WEST
rVHE CO-PAR-NERSHIP HERETOFORE EX
M. lslintr between Udeon Weil 4 J. T. Charter is not dis
solved until further nole.
Honolulu, Nor. 1st, 378.
JOHN T. CHAYTER.
0. V. HOUSMATT,
sfNlVIL ENGINCER AND SURVEYOR.
Late Canadian l'ac'lc Railway Survey. Office, corner
Fort and Merchant Stret.
BECWN & CO.,
IMPORTERS AVD DEALERS IN ALES
WINES AND 3 HUTS, AT WHOLESALE.
9 M erchant Street, n3 lyj Honolulu, H. I.
A. L EVERETT,
Forn ardinir & Commission Merchant
405 FRONT STREET, CORNER CLAY,
Particular attention piidto Consignments of Island Produce
of tlis popjlar place of resort, begs
to notify his custccrs and the public generally, that from
and after the 1st ( Novrmber, his prices for board (on the
ground floor; win iKKEULCUll, a follows :
Board per tVcek.
Single Meils. -
49 Hotel Street.
BOSTON BORD OF UNDERWRITERS.
miHE UNDFRSIGNED, AGENTS OF THE
JL Boston board jf Underwriters, notify Masters of Vessels
and others that al' bilM for Repairs on Vessels, and all bills
for General A verafe purposes, must be approved by the Agent
of the Boston L ndrwriters, who must also be represented on
all survey, or sucl ems will not be allowed.
n3 ly C. BREWER & CO., Agents.
CALIFORNIA. INSURANCE COMPANY.
THE UNDERSIGNED. AGENTS OF THE
above Compaiy. have been authorized to insure risks on
Cargo, Freight and Treasure
from Honolulu to ill porta of the world, and rice rena.
n3 ly H. HACKFELD & Co.
at the ainual meeting of the
A Wailuku Sugai Company, held on the 15th inst , the fol
lowing officers were tlected Tr the ensuing 'year :
President. ..II. A. P. Carter,
Treasurer...... P. C. Jones, Jr.,
Secretary. . A. S. Hartwell,
Auditor J. P. Cooke.
Honolulu, Oct. ldtl. 1S."3. o!9 Ot
AT THE ANMAL MEETING OF
Princeville l'lantaton Co., held on the 9.h inst.,
lowing officers were elecCd for the ensuing year :
President W. F. Allen,
Secretary and Teaeurer P. C. Jones. Jr.
F. A. Schaefer.
Honolulu, Oct. 16th, 1579
THOSE DESIRABLE PREMISES NO.
150 Nuuanu lv?nue. Apply to J. H. WOOD,
Nuuanu. or E. A WILLIAMS, 64 Fort St. n3 tf
tll'I'UKM E t Ol K r OF Til I
T7 I.a-.U. ':.u.
Oaice. To a good tenant.the rent will be very moderate.
roy25 tf Appljto E. T. O UALLORAN.
ESIDENCE SUITABLE FOR A
..family, situated ihin ten minutes walk of the
ALL PERSONS a RE WARNED Anint
trusting my wife onBY account, as 1 will not ray such
debts. A KONG.
Honolulu, May 15, 1973. my 13 6m
TMIE WAILUK: VINEYARDS,
bearing Vines. Ainr to
FRIEL & BUSH,
Or, on the premise.
ckna w, L;. .:.'., i K.i
I' r- rce.
la ill '. 1 I. '. r
a d-.KX ? i ( .I.ut. ? fr ra t.'.c t, :, i
fit T((:a i.lK-tsi i-r.a w.
t ry and ul" r J'cr:. a ci t!.r- .
at-. !ale i!;;t tlir ri;.fi'..-'
til. decrve, ujr- ea-i ..arc?
uici. ct caue h!'. a; ;ir f- t
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r.s ir;l n-u i c;, w.i.-.ia ?. r .iiit, t!. ty !
dccrf: ..ou.J c-.t tc t-i:c a' r j
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lic:i;la. '-;. j. . ! :-r- ly c :'.
Iref r. 1 fi.th:; -. ; y c t tie tr r.i! i
tie in the ti c of tu: r-m - art
As vi.!Cf; tr !:ir. itl.i .-v:i Jv ,
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I'R KMECOIRT IF
!MIE UNDERSIGNED. HAVING BEEN
appointed on the 12th instant Ailniinistrator of the La-
tate of llis Excellency V. L. Ma Imnua, late of Honolulu,
deceased, hereby jiives notice to all persons having claims
againxt the saul rotate, to present the same to him properly
authenticated, within six months from the date hereof, or
they will be forever barred ; and all ix-rsons who are indehl
ed to said Estate are hereby requested lo make immediate
payment to him.
cn as. t. :ri.icK,
Administrator estate ol' His Ex. W. L. Moehonua, deceased
Honolulu, Oct. IHth, 1S7S. ol'J 4t
Notice and Caution.
SAMPLES OF KEKOSENEOIL of THE
brand under-mentioned have been tested and found dan
gerous to use, as they respectively give off an inflammable
vapor at a temperature of Ices than one hundred degree Fah
renheit. All persons having such oils in their possession are
cautioned against selling, giving, or furnishing the same to
asy person, without having the same tested.
The penalty for a violation of the law is not less than Fifty
Dolli.r nor more than Five Hundred, or imprisonment at hard
labor nut more than one year.
DESCRIPTION OP' OILS TESTED.
Comet Oil. inflammable at a tempcratti re cf 88 In 93 F.
Aladdin Oil, inllammablo at almost ordinary temperature.
Oriental Oil, inCammable at 95 o 5' F.
Daylight Oil, inllammable at 91 4' F.
Lustre Oil, inllammable at almost ordinary temperature.
Eureka Company, it;ll irnmalile at 84 2 F.
Jenny's Oils, inllammable at 95
W. C. PARKE, Marshal.
Dated this 14th day of October, 1S78. oil
TMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
appointed, on the 19th inst.. Administrator of the estate
of Charles H. Lu-conit), late of Wailuku, Maui, deceased, hereby
gives notice to all persons having claims against the said estate
to present the same to him proerly authenticated within six
months from the il.ue hereof, or they wlil be forever barred;
and all persons v. iio are indebted to said estate are hereby re
quested to make immediate payment to him.
11. A. LCSCOMB,
Administrator estate C. II. Luicomb, deceased
Wailuku, Oct. 19th, 1873. n2
flMIE UNDERSIGNED. MEMBERS OF THE
J. Firm nf WOXG LEO.NU & CO.. do hereby notify all per
sons that WONG LEONG only is authorized to tign our Firm
Name, and that he is the managing partner of the Firm.
WONG A NANA,
o5 lm WONG ASCN AKONA.
mm OF IIEIIOM !
TO LEASE FOR A NUMBER OF YEARS.
rfMIE PREMISE NO. 22, ALAKEA ST
For r artiijilars enquire of
dl8 JAS. S. LEMON.
Just Rec'dfrom Hongkong
VIA SAJ FRANCISCO.
A CHOICE JXT !
OF NUMBER TWO
dcuuinc Manila Cigars
WHICH I OFFER
FOR SAIJE jm BOAD !
Up-town Stationery & Book Store,
I am pleased to inform the public that I shall move a por
tion of my business to the line fire-pro.f store in the Brewer
Block, No. C5 Fort Street, corner of flotel f?tr-ct, which will be
FRAMES AND MOLDINGS,
FASMCY GOODS. &C.
To which attention wiil be invited on or abr.ut Nov. 9.
This charg ei. ies me to move the Book Bindery Ftat-
lishment from i:- present location into lh Merchant Street
Store, which wi:l 1 e d. vr,u d herenTirr to
GEVL STATIOAEiil & IJl lK liOOKS,
l .l Kill JiiTTT
B'-!i v!ng that these chances will prove a public conven
ience, and while (harking the corr.muriity for past patronage,
I trust to merit a contir.cance of the same by faithful attention
to all orders and c:ir.fu! catering to (he wants of tr.y patrons.
THOS. C. THRUM,
St.it ioiiT, Newi Ileal' "-, Ac.
Honolulu, Oclub-r. 1S7S.
,iSTi dutmmm w-tfr..- W.n..
THE II A Will AN
u., I'i's, ! cot r- r :.Tx. A 1?.? Kai.i.j
f,!'.ir.l. N iul.i.Vr. l-tl '. r vi.v.ri'.
la the &V?ve er.titl-H lir f t divorce, it i r'W or.STl that
a decree tf il.v rr-- fr, ra iht t ?.J f u.a:i.n- rv t f rr.tTtJ ia
Uvcr tf the aalj Kahi.-.u w. t r tae ctut tf tae ala fry aid
utter desertion t f Ihe IJ Nai -jiraw, to be rca.!e at'!ule
alter the eir ir:.. n i f .s nucin trtta th iatc cf Jrcree.
u;on cor.(Lac.e .:'i I'.e urcj tlitrer, u:. t L::!m-Lt i.j.e
aa:l appear to the cjr.tr.ry.
And the l.t)-:iar.t . irler-J t x- '-1' att-5tl c-py t
this order in the Pacific Ci'mnKiaJA.'.t.rUM-r a i.J K
newjpaptr f r .x ucctsie eeW. t'ie J;rl -ul..i a to
t-e wiU;ia one r.uiuth fr m ihe ilite t i t!.i tr ier; that all -r-rc
tntrresTj injy, w:ihia i month, show ctjic wby m1
decree fhu'.d n t ot uau absolute.
By tbe Conrl A Rt?A.
ra'.el tLts lJth day cf O-.-tfNr, A. IV 17.
Hoc- lulu. Oahu. i. I hrt'y crt:fy titat the f-rep-ir,r la
atri'." and fiitl.fit ct-pjr rf tlie oriiir.al d-cre if divorce now
on tile ia the i tee 1 1 iLe tuj-rtaie Ccurt of t!.e liawa.ian
As witLcs try I.asd tV.) 2Cth Jav cf Oot.dr. A. V. 1
A. lit A.
nj Ci In uty t'l-rk f the Supreme Court.
IN CHAMBERS. CIRCUIT J U DG E, SECOND
Jui;cial Diu-;ct, Hawaiian Ular.U
In the matter it the etate cf O. A. Laihrop, M. P., of Wai
luku, Maui, deceased. In Probate.
Proper application having been made to this Court by Wm.
0. Smith, Administrator on the estate of G. A. Lathrop. M. 1 .
late of Wailuku, Maui, deceased, charting himself with
$1117 50-100. and asking to be allowed j105 13-100, lhat his
accounts be approved, and that he be diM'turgcd from further
It is ordered that Thursday, November 11th. Is73. at 9a. m.
at the Court House ia Wailuku, be tot as (he l.tue and place
1. r hearing said application and any objections tht may be
btfered thereto and all persons interested in said estate are
notified to attend. A1R. FOKNANDtK,
Cirruit Jude Judicial District, H. I.
Lahaina. October 14th, 1S73. oi8
SUPREME COURT OFTHF. HAWAIIAN
Islands, in Probate, Inland of Oahu. llaait:iu Islands, .
In the matter of the estateof Henry Ptis ISurklm. deceased,
order appointing time for probate of will and directing publi
cation ol notice of the same.
A document, purporting to be the last will and trstamrnt of
nenry Otis Buckliu, deceased, having on t!ie 11th day of Oct.
A. D. 1373, been presented to said Probate Court, and a tui
tion for the probate thereof, and for the issuance of letters
testamentary to James A. Hopper, having been filed by J. A.
It is hereby ordered, that Friday, the 27th day of Dec. A. I.
1378. at 10 o'clock A. M. of said dy. at the Court Room i,l
said Court, at Aliiolani Hale, in Honolulu, be, ani the same la
hereby appointed the lime for proving said will and hearirg
laid application, when and where any jerson Interested may
appear and contest the said will, and the granting of letters
It is further ordered, that notire thereof be given by publi
cation, for ihree successive weeks, in (he Pacirio Cdxmkk-
iil Advf.rtisrh and Kuokoa newspapers, printed and pub
lished in Honolulu.
And it is further ordered, that citations be issued to the
subscribing witnesses to (aid will, ami to Che heirs of the testa
tor iu the United States of America and iu Ibis Kingdom, to
appear aod contest the probate ol aaid will at the time ap
pointed. A. FRANCIS JCDD,
Justice of the Supreme Court.
Attest : A. ROSA, Deputy Clerk.
Dated at Honolulu, U. I., October 11th, 1S7S. ol9 3t
SUPREME COC RT OF Til E HAWAII A X
Islandi. in probate. In the estate of Wm. Weight, of
Koolsnpoko, Oahu, deceased. Intestate. Befnr Chief Justice
Harris. Order of notice of petition for administration.
On reading and tiiine the petition of II. W. Schmidt, ol IIv
nolulu, alleging that V m. eighlof Koolaupoko. Oahu, died
intestate, at Kahaluu, Koolaupoko. Oahu, on the liOih day of
Sept. A. D. IS i j. ami priymg that letters of administration
issue to said If. W. Schmidt: It is ordered ihat Thusday,
the th day of Nov. A. 1. 1373, be and hereby is appointed lor
hearing said petition belore the said Justice, la the Court
Room of this Court, at Honolulu, at which time and place all
persons concerned may appear and show cause, il any they
have, why said petition should not be granted, and that
this ordei be puhlished in (he Ent'listi language for three sue
cessive weeks in the Pacific Commkrcial Adikktiskk news
paper in Honolulu.
CnAS. C HARRIS,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
Attest : A. ROSA, Deputy Clerk.
Dated Honolulu, II. I., October 13th. A. D. 1S73. o!9 3t
IS SPACE IS LEFT OP
ICE CREAM PARLORS !
NO. CO HOTEL STREET.
The Proprietors have spared no palm Id make these Parlor
complete in every particular, combining both rnmf.trt and
Polite and attentive waiter always on hand lo attend to
Having made permanent arrangements with Mr. Leon Ie
Jean, the proprietor f the Parisian Restaurant, we are re
pared to furnish to Balls, Parties, Families, 4c, Cake of all
kinds, either plain or ornamented iu the blithest sly le of the
decorative art. J.T Wedding Cake a specially.
Also in our line, we will supply Ice Creams, Ice, HhcrbeU,
Ac., of superior quality, on abort notice.
Our disiK-iising roomer for Arrr! Beverages, lUv Beers,
Ac. is supplied with the best and healthiest drinks for thi
Try our Sweet UTerveaclng Citrle cf Magnesia, manufac
tured from the receipt of a celebrated physician.
We (olicit ill public patronage, and will make our best
efforts to please.
AL3IAMC, FOR 1879 !
Is now lo Coirse of PiblltatlsB,
TO BE ISSUED DURING DECEMBER !
IJA RTIES DESIRING COPIES IN QUAN
TITY will pleaae leave order, and ernn desiring ad
vertising space will please make early application.
The coming issue will not be behind any if lis predecessors
in valuable information, while it will contain new feature of
interest, and it Is hoiied that as no palos or espenae I (pared
to make it merit the confidence of the public it will receive a
ICE CREAM PABtOHGJ , )
..... AND DEPOT FOR ....
Superior Ginger Beer and Popl
Ost llairl Kirrl, weal lrra Hlmh,
VVIIM'II MAI' II E HAD kr l.UUM,
T bottle, or doten ltttlrs.
Also on baud, puis and alw) fresh randi'v, lniNiieil (m
th- Celebrated matiufaclnry of fAIUI.M, Hu rranrlsro
The alov oldest, iSHilfHri, and best know a eslafellsliawat af
it kind In lb i'lty lias jusl lnn rnlatgrd, asd lur tha Wtler
coiiveiiienre of Itilus, wilh, or ciluaf Ueulleuirn, a ivt)
rntranre ha Iwrn attached
tr I'L KR K K CHKAMS and Iced Temiiersnsa Drlak cf
many flavors, may t bad " In quiet " al ail hours of Iks day,
ami evening, from a. in., until 10 p, m., or laiar, (Baadaf '
Balls. Parties or Families may I supplied al tha hnrlet
not les with Pure Irs I'rsaia, Hater Ic, e., thrlr own Ies
Cream froaen.aud of any flavor. Pat tolaci loa UCAKAN
TEKD, or no pay. Nt vrr disapMlul. Host vt rrfereuca.
The Proprietor will always le on hand In trsi, ai4
llterefors ho, y prompt atiniiiiHi la auliss, nmnrmf is
Lm castoroers and a drsirs lo plras Ibrta at ail liana, la Da
rn re a liberal har of lb iHiblta pstrunags. oiS Is
rfXIIR ITMERIGNfCI HAVING
M opii4 m TUMMI Us I AtsLlMIMKNT
ffL an Fort Mrset, abuvs Hor IstrarL, aniwHtnoa la
1 lbs Public i.f Ilo iolulu, thai hs U is-rparad Is tin
TUKNIK IM WOOD, IVOItt, ... la all
branches uf 111 buslnev. m-l atu ntion (ivra la lurnlog
Billiard Balls, and all Cos Work. Having had as iiwrLtu
of thirty years In this business, (over siKtusea llonolula) ha
feels conflideut of giving perfect satlslacilon to all I. Is rw.
se21 tin W. R IIKURICK.
To PlanteriSaijar Machinrry.
mm: undeukigned a rt e imifpaiied
K. lo refeiv order i(uriilh ill wnift and prior law faiigar
Machinery of tvery description and is auy ruenl, klilis.
atus, A. air
(MafiOers, E vaiwiralor, Donbl l.ffecl Apiiar
4r, iniHriral on slturt anon al iwi rsi.a.
J. UUCW1.K aV UU.
T finmts Tlanvs
Price per Copy, 50c; per Dozen, $5. .r.woidiiri).kkpkr.tik
I I'M famous HouMof Mnsri. PONTIr AX at WOOD,
The success attcnJine the Centennial number em-
LoIJens tbe cublishcr to itsue a larger edition. From
the satisfaction given lost year to bis News Patrons
throughout the islands, the liberty will be taken
again by the undersigned of mailmg a copy of tbe
Annual to eacb Island Subscriber unless oruereu
otherwise as soon fts issued. This will accommodate
nianv. and tend to insure the expenses of publication
heinir covered. Parties desirine more copies will
Dlease advise. Patrons receiving copies not wanted
can return them in the same wrappers, if unopened,
without expense to them.
Orders to mail copies abroad must include ten
cents for postage. Parties ordering can remit in
THOS. H TH RUM,
T o UP X zx jol tors
INTERESTED IN SUGAR MANUFACTURE.
nMHE UNDERSIGNED respectfully
J. notifies all panic interested, that t lie subscription list of ihe
"SUGAR CANE, FOR 1079,
The most complete publication known devoted to this branch
of industry, will be made up and forwarded early in Dec., and
person desirous of securing the same will please aend in their
names early, as it ha been found very difficult to alter a list
during the year and secure the back number.
Subscription Price, $5 per Annum !
ST Parties contemplating a flianjre In their Sab-
seripMon Lists for 1879, are requested to plvel
notice prior to making up the December accounts, j
to simplify matters and avoid delay.
far Machinery maker uf Londoa li visit
wilh planters on their estates lo lake order
I iiarllea or roulr
, liirnlsh pita and
five any imormauon in parties ocsirlnf in orilnr sugar ma-
C. imilWKK A CO.
clilner. Address with
G. MEim & GO.,
just ukci:ivi:i) i
111" THE AMERICAN IUKK
114 DAYS FROM B03T0N.
THOS. G. THRUM.
New Agent, llonolula.
Woold Rrsprctfally Nwlifr the Public
THAT 11 E HAS Or EM El)
Having on Board a Cargo of
Well Selected Merchandise
For IL. Is Markrl, Caisslsllnar M purl mf
CUMI1ERLAND COAL. In casks, bars an. btilk. '
franklin Mon Coal for family uae, IN CAeKV
Wilmington Pltchi 60 pkg No. 1 Iteslni ' '
An Assortment of Bar Iron I
GzxircL 1tsCttoli.oci !
MANILA CORDAGE I OARR
OX CAUT8I "
Jfade etpfrlafl for Plantation
Mule Carfsj Heavy Hand Caiisi Aile Oressei
I Iron Kafcj Jug le lU.m,; U, Cotter
A frw Caa-s f wrll elrri4
AHIEUIC A1V IMtllVTkS !
26, 2S, 30 In. aide, desirahU tylri
WESTON'S CKNTRIFUO A LJ. compete.
I.am t f . ...I A. 11 si a., ... '
avrv AA.alJUirp fl JIiariUI?l( J f llJVnUrsi(
AN ADDITIONAL STORE Fairbanks Platform Scales'
llahbit Metal j Bolderi
Hubber IV.kli.gi HUsck UlrsUj
TO ALLOW OF THE DISPLAY
FIRE PROOF BUILDING NOONDAY KEROSENE oil l
ON KING STREET, stasimbii hm,
uosgtr a Kemsens un;
atra Kef x liarrel rbookfi
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ASSORTMENT OF CHAIRS I
x ftaratnr Arm Cottar Chairs;
t rosu Top (.rec.au t l.airs(
Aator (Jrrniaa ha.ri
yuloey Womi f hairs;
Arm Cabinet Ci.ali
Kr.-re Ijflin Chairs;
' Couaa-s Chairs i
Huol deal Naiaii(i
Wood fwai Kockli 4o.
AND WOULD CALL ATTENTION
1YO. 10. FOKT STRKKT
A Large Assortment of
SILK & KID GLOVES
. T Arrive Prr
NETTIE MERRILL & STEAMER.
AT WHARF STORE.
jSTEIW GOODS !
Constantly Received from
European & American Markets.)
A V K W
Chamber Sets in Chestnut!
AN INVOIC E OF
McMurray's Fresh Oysters I
A few Case of
BURNETT'S AQUA FLORIMEL I
All of the above Merchandise will be of
fered for tale upon satisfactory
terms to Purchasers.
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C. BREWER & CO