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Damf.l Swrrn, Harbor Master.
FRIDAY. XOYEXBEK 73, l7s.
I lo. 1 Itininm Bitlfn, bat little Lts transpired t.'.e
pat ft. worthy of .pexlal not. Tb shipment of
diut-stlc produce by tle outgoing ateaaie r created tome
. animation i the city front, the early part of the week.
' an ! the nsnal rem tins of coasting business 81 W up the
ru.aJnJ. r. Plentiful shower Lav fallen In Honolulu
aad neikbWhotxl.Autl it la reasouatls to hops tLit aacb
has been tbe case throughout the gronp, as winter, our
rainy n itou, la now setting In.
...Jb arrivals tor the week are a fallows; Nov 21 Eel
tn.r Prn.la, frt-rn Callao, en route to Hongkong; P
M S stmr City of Sydney from Auckland to San Fran
cisco; 27 Aiu bk Herbert Black, from Portland, Oregon.
The departures for the week were: Nov 21 I'r bk Ma-
fal. fo- Kongk-?. with djnu-atic rrKlaw, al.ie
' liT.l, f.,r do, T.luff fM3.r; lv aji.r 1-erufia, Ut Hutu;.
k-.r-i. Hmr City .f Sydney, for San l'ranriro. w ith d
, wUc tr.lm e, value M,VjC.'jO, for lo. value ild.7;; Haw
l.rtrf St'.n'i;iird. for S-uth Saa. Uuiuvatic nJact, value
J.'Jl 44, for d, value J4L75; 27 Aa i hr Mary Swan,
, ftr San Fraru l:o, with rar'o of 'doiuotic I-nxluce; Aia
tern Hueaeaue, far Port OaAible; 2 Alu bk If Black, for
poiit or nouoi.ui.u, h. i.
7 IHDAY. SOY EMBER CO.
tK MAJL.-TV the (Juccq and euitc arriTcJ
roia Kauai on MocJay mornic" Iait, en the
II. I. II. the rrincc-8 LiliuoiaUci and (Jot.
Domlnis rctarncJ from Maui on Sunday ncrninj
,on the etcamer Mlchke.
23 Am -hr Mary Bwan from Kanal
is chr Mary tlien, Kaaooni, from Onomea.
23 hr Leahi. Kaaina, from KohaU
"4 Bl tmr P-mia, Mrlrlr. from Callao
2t "imr Liaelike, Reynolda, from Slaai ao1 Hawaii,
x-.iair Kiiauea, Hon. ftfarcfcaot, from KaAului. f
'11 irhr VV'aimalo. from KonaLa.
fchr W allele. Kalaoae, from JIaliko, Maui.
24 S"hr Annie. Kalua, from Kona and Kau
24 Hchr Marion, Kaias. Iroca Koloa K Waimra
24 Mrhr Jenny, Pake, from KawiliwlU, Kauai.
31V Pcnr I'auahJ. Unu,froi Kohaia. -. f
2i fchr Kalamaau, M ana, from Eobala. . i
2S Wchr flaleakala, Puaahlva. from Ililo, Hawaii
' ' ' M hmr Mokolii. Bate, from Kauai.
-i P M B H City cf 2ydoey, Uearborn. fm Sydnty
2". r4r.hr Waieho. KiUa. from Moiokai.
26 8f.hr Waioli, Toomy, from Hans, Maui
"Wt learn tliat eouie dissatisfaction taa been
'eiprtsfeJ hy jartieson Hawaii, wLo Lad teen
led to expect that they hou!d obtain a cumber
cf the .South Sea Islanders recently received by
the SHormltrd, as -lactation laborers; that after
the arriral of the ircrnigrants the Board of Immi
gration decided that the climate of Hawaii waa
1oo cold for these people. A correspondent goes
on to ask Is there n no other or better reason
for not allowing these people to go to Hawaii ?
Tf.at island liee two degrees South of Oahu, and
therefore should be warmer, and is moreover
considered the healthiest island in the group. If
the lioard Bhali continue this courFe, those on
Hawaii in want of labor mutt look elsewhere for
it. It is not right that a preference be shown to
any of the island as regards the distribution of
the laborers brought here by the Government at
the expense of the public treasury." The writer
certainly has the semblance of right on bis side ;
but we are informed that it is considered that the
South Sea Islanders are altogether diCerent in
their characteristics from other nationalities, be
ing very child-like and unsophisticated, and that
the lioard, considcric them as its warde, prefers
to keep them, for the present at least, where it
can have an eye to their welfare. However that
may be, the continuance of such a policy would
have the effect to give Oal.u the entire bcneCt of
the immigration from the South Seas, which
promises to fK;come quite large.
ment ehoulJ not be interfered with by Fureign
I'uwtre." Oa the ."Oth of the faii.c month the
President in a f p-ecial message t j the llouso cf
Iicp rc-senUtivts, recommended a provision for
a U. S. CYnsul to rcide at Hololulu. The sub
ject was referred to the committee cn Foreign
-rtuiirs, oi wdki) jjUn yamcy Adams was
Chairman, who reported favorably, and an
American official was accordingly sent here
Wo trust that the foregoing brief collection
of facts relating to Hawaiian Independence will
prove of interest to our readers at this time,
and more particularly those who have cot been
familiar with the hitory of the nation.
a. n. ai.'Ltr.
c. a. totcoa:?.
I . r - i iisroeri ii itri, rrom rorvianii, urer,n
' . I erat, vr..,,.!,.,..; 1-. ; t l-. .
t lmr Kilanea Hou, Marchanf . from Kabnlal. ' '
it -MchrhsUoi. Sears, ftom Kbalui. Maui.
. ' , :s DEl'lRTL'KKH, , . , ,. ., , .,
Tl Ptmr Mokolii. Rale, for Kauai.
( . 4"r;34-Fiue tk Hadellen. Ilatean, far HongkoiSf :
5-;i Bel trnr Penia. SlcKirdy, for Hongkong " '
2T-P M H City of Sydney, Dearborn, for ban Fran
-5 8tmr Kilauea Hou, Marchant, for Kahului.
" I, 26 chr Neitis Merrill, Hatfield, for I.abaina. Maui
' Haw brig Plormbird, Jackaon. for South Sea Is "
2 tmr I.lkelike, Reynolds, for Windward Ports
20 frbr Wailele, Kalauao, for Alaliko, Maui.
27 Pchr Marion, Kiblin. for Koloa, Kauai.
27 Hchr Annie, Kalaa, for Kapsa.
-3-3. 'ti1"-ctt Iast, Kaaina, for KoJiaia. ILavaii. T
G 1 .21 k-rHr Mary tllan. for Onoreea. Hawaii. . ; j i .',
Z7 gchr Pauahi, Mana. lor KohaU.
V7 Am tern Hueneme, for Port Gamble
. 27 Am achr Mary San. (or Han Francisco ,
I--- 2T W-hr VTalebu. Kllia, for Patio. Maul - ' 1
S7 Hcbr Kulamana, Mans, tot Kohaia.
Am bk Herbert Black, fur Uonjkong
. 2H cbr Manuokawal. Pake, for NawiiiwUl, Kauai.
M gchr Jenny, Pake, for NaariUwill, Kauai.
2j Himr Kilaues Hon, Marchant. fir Kabulul.
29 Schr Haleakala, Poaabira, for Bilo, Hawaii.
i Kchr Waioli. Toomey, for liana, Maui.
2-;?kr Waimalu, Kaal, for Kobala.
VESSELS IN I'OIIT.
II B M 3 Oj.al, Couiuiaudtr IluLinsou.
Haw bk K C TVylie. Raketnan
Hawaiian brig Pomare, Chare. r . . .
JBawkrUl Slue. I'ermien. t ' t I I , - i
Aw hktne Hmcovery. Winding.
Am bktne Ella. I5rwn. .
Aiu bk Jenny Pitta, ciicreriC A 1 . A "i
WHALEBS AD TBAOCB.
Am achr Lolsta, Dexter, i . ; ' '
Am achr O M Ward. Whitney.'
A nj scbr Geo. Harney, Tripp.- . . ,
Haw sehr Giovanni Apiaoi.- . ' j
Haw brig Onward, Boiithers.
A coKREfPONUENT ahka us to print aa 6oon as
convenient, for the information of planters, the
" roreign Labor Contract Act." Wc know of
no such Act on onr Statute books. The legisla
tion in regard to contracts to labor will be found as
follows: Chanter SO of the Civil Corff swim
1C0G to 1495 inclusive ; Laws of 1872, Chapter
24, amending Section 1423 of the Civil Code;
Chapter 30, of the same volume, amending Sec
tions 1417 and 1418 of the Civil Code; Chapter
40, Laws of 1870, further amending Section 1417
of the Civil Code ; and the Law of 1878, releas
ing all persona under contract from service on
government holidays and on the day of election
for representatives. Those enactments arc quite
too lengthy for us to publish, but they can e?.6ily
be found in the books. There is however an Act
passed in 1804, creating a Board of Immigration
and defining their duties, which may be found at
page o9 of the Session Laws of that year. By
that act the Board has the power to recommend
to the King in Privy Council among other things,
" 6uch regulations as may be deemed expedient,
touching the contracts to be made with laborers
imported by the Government, as well as the
terms and conditions upon which they are to be
assigned after their arrival in this Kingdom."
Perhaps this may be the Act to which our cor
Vessels for Honolulu front Foreign Porta.
Am bk Alice Reed. New York. due.
lirit bk Tbalia. Glacow. sailed Atl? 28.
Aiu brig Ttniaudra, San Francisco, loading Oct 27.
tier bk Alfter, at Liverpool, Oct 10. ;
W r'b JjOiiUe, from 0UiKJ. via nr men.
2 t Southard, Newcastle, loadj ng Se-t 'IX -
'Am bk Oamdt-n, Port Gamble, due.
Am bktne Fremont. Ban Frauciwo via Kaluilui, Oct 2t.
Am bktnn W II Liietz, San Fram ico, V Kail Nv It.
JJrit Strur Zealaudia. San Franclnco, due Dec. 2d. .
Am bktne Monitor, Humboldt, due.
Am bark F.dwarJ Jameo. Tabill, D'c 5. '
Am Tern lYmieer. Port Gamble, loading Nov 1st.
Am Topsail svbr W H Meyer, San Francisco, leading, Nov 1
'. 4f I'r. i MEMORANDA. "
IlF.i-oii or Stmb Febcsli, McEibot. Commander.
Left Callao on the evening of Nov 4th. Fine weather and
smooth sea the entire p.age. The Chief Engineer of
the steamer, Robert McConl, died on the inornicK of the
21. jnst eff this port.
I iLzr. ni or P H S ii Oi of Svdxby, Hkabbc-sn, Com
,m vM.ytt. Left Sydney Nuf 8th, at H.40 a id, having lceu
letala 4 1 boiirs by tlie non-arrival of the Melbourne
'mail for San Francisco. Experienced fine weather and
westerly windd ti North Cape, thence to Auckland varia
ble winds. Arrived at Auckland Nov 12th, at 11 a in,
making the faxtedt pasna eVef made I days and 53 min
utes from pilot to pilot. Left Auckland on the fame day,
at 4.15 p m. Experienced fine weather and light winds to
lai 63T: ainc then" strong NE ales ami high sea, villi
heaTy jnv awell-
Fboj Kvdset Per City of Sydney, Nov 25
"rvpe, 4 eases saddler. ;
Fob, Sax Fbvscj:o Per City of Sydney, Nov 25 7."07
baKS"Kar. baas rice, 22 baxs paddy,- lu.'7 bin lis
banana. VJ bdl whalebone, 15 bxs oraiiues, U7 empty
kew. 21 pki betel leaves, 100 bdls HUar cane. Domestic
value, 4,406.'J0. Foreign, $13.75.
rot SvCrn Seas Per Stonubir.1. Nov 25 40 bgs rice, 7
k xti.rar anil sitndry pkgs stona. Domestic value,
f-Js.44.- Foreign,- 341.75. -
Foa Honc.os Per Madaliene. Nov 2U 5 pk Ivory.
6 cases dry tioodn. 1 case copper. 17 bus funirns. half bbl
mm. 1:1 caes provisions. Doiaeftic value, $72.02. Fore
Fo Saj Fbasciscx) Per Mary Swan. Nov 27 109 bbl
rooladfes. 170 bags paddy, &C4 bags sugar, 204 mats sugar,
4142 kstfs sugar. . , , - . . . .
i'Bosi Wij-dwabd Tobts Per Likelike. Nov 24 H It H
Princes Domlnis, nis Ex J O Poiuiuis. W II Cornwrll. J
' M Emerson. C B Spencer. H P Folsom, W S Akaua. Akim..
M Hatch. Mrs M Kenway, Mrs N Nihl. Alex Young. C K
iimith. Awana. Achong. Amn, C N Arnold, J W Oirvin, F
C Achonw. J M Terry. W O Atwater, A W Carter, T Meek,
V O Parke a son. B Andrews wifs, and 92 deck.
i Fob WrsDWABO Pobts Per Likelike, Nov 2G W O At
WfcTeT. H Arslrews a wife. O ii Spencer. J C Uailey, Miss
KatLt. A Witjb. K. Amn. F Conradt. Chas, N Arnold. W JI
Purvis. Cbmiir. Wa. J Uriins. Miss M titone. C Ii Smith, A
W Carter, W H Cornwell, and about 55 deck.
Fbom Callao Per Stmr Peruila, Nov 25 E Bielenbergi
no Eai, II Bentick, FDA Maquez, and 101 passencers in
trauaita fsr China. .t
Fob Chisa Per ftmr Pcruali, Nov 25 Mrs M EC.ibbs
and child, and 17 Chinese. .
Foa Sa Feajicisc o Per City of Sydney, Nov 25 Capt
C R SmUhers, Capt B Dexter, wile and child. F C Havens, J
K McGuire. M Crooks, Miss A K Newell, Miss M Pittman,
Mia B L Dor fee. Mrs A F Pixoa, and child, M J Feria,J
chneller, W F McElnay. L A Qaihy. K Anderson, Lataf, TV
Kacha, Jas Keeler, Ab Voonf, fcatn Hing. ; . j . . . ,
Fbom Stdset rer City of Sydney, Nov 25 Mrs Wrigler
F Sutton. A Cmk. H Robinson. A Wilson. 11 Roberts
wifo aud chubl, and 23 in transitu for San Francisco.
Fob Sax Tbabcisco Per .Mary Swan, Nov 27 R
Jones M.-Srase. In Wailuku. Maui. Nov lfith. by the
Rev Milney Wilbnr. Mr Amos P Jonf.s.uI Makswao, Maui,
to Mrs Kai-rci. McSoase, of Honolulu, Oahu.
The formal recognition of Hawaiian Indepen
dence by France and England in 1543, which
interesting and important event is annually
celebrated as a national holiday, was brought
about by u foreign mission, the first ever sent
from here, dispatched to the courts of Europe
by King Kamehamcha III. It may be inter
esting to many of our readers to recall the leading
facts. For a scries of Years previous to thi rprntmi.
tion of Independence, the Hawaiian King and
his government had been subjected to frequenf
acts of violence and insult from naval mm-
manders and commercial agents, both French
and English. At length the King, under the
advice of Dr. Judd, determined to appeal direct
ly to the governments of those nations, and ac
cordingly on the 18th of July, 1S42, Com
missioners llichards and Haalilio fthe first
formerly an American missionary but who had
become an interpreter and adviser to the chiefs,
and the latter a Inch chich were disnateJied
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to Europe. The result of their mission, after
lung negotiations and many delays, was that
on the 28th of .November, 1843, the indepen
dence of the Hawaiian government was formally
acknowledged and guaranteed, in a brief
pkjs document signed at London by Lord Aberdeen
on the part of England, and Count St. Aulaire
on the part of France, wherein they say in
effect that they recognize the existence in the
Sandwich Islands of a government capable of
providing for the regularity of its relations with
foreign nations, and also agree each with the
other, never to take possession cf the Islands or
any part thereof. Many of our readers will
remember how lar this was observed bv one of
the high contracting parties in August, 1849.
Meantime, on the 2oth of February, 1343;
nine months before the recognition of indepen
dence, Lord George Paulet, the commander of a
British war vessel, forcibly seized the islands,
on the grounu ot alleged grievances of British
subjects, and, establishing a governmental com
mission of which he was the head, proceeded to
do pretty much as he pleaded in the name of
the British government, having lowered the
Hawaiian flag and hoisted the British in its
stead. The King issued his public protest
against this high-handed act, and sent dispatches
to England by J. I. B. Marshall (now at the
Hampton Institute, Va.j But before the bearer
of dispatches could reach England, Admiral
Thomas, commander of the British naval forces
in the Pacific, being at Valparaiso in June, and
learning of thj condition cf affairs at the Is
lands, sailed at once for Honolulu, arriving here
on the 26tb July, for the purpose," as Le
said in a letter to the King, " to make himself
fully acquainted with all the circumstances,
and, if possible, the motives which led to such
an unlooked for event." The result was, that
on the 31st July, alter having been deprived of
his government for some five months, tho King
Oa TLuriJjj last, Xcv. S, the day ap pcitteJ Ly
the PresUe&t cf the United States for the annual
Tbankigiving, a large audience of ladies and gent'e
men American citiiens and others aisemb'ed in
the Fort street Church to tale part in the services.
These consisted cf the fallowing: Opening anthem
ty the Choir" Prae the Lord." This was finely
rendereJ, especially the solos by Mrs. Paty and Mr.
Cooke. Reading of the Proclamation cf President
Hayes, by the Rev. Mr. Frear. Singing by the
Cboir, the hymn" Roth Heaven and Earth do
worship Thee." Reading the 14-th Psalm by the
Rev. Dr. Damon, and Prayer by the same. Singing
by the Choir, hymn beginning, I sing the mighty
power cf God." Then came the sermon by P.cf.
Jones cf Oahu College, the text bi.ing taken from
Judges 2:10. And aho all that generation were
gathered unto their fathers: and there arose another
generation after them, which knew cot the Lord,
nor yet the works which he had done for Israel."
The principal point which the speaker urged was the
danger that the rising generation cf foreign youth in
this country would not come up to the mental, moral
or religious standard of their fathers, and hence he
urged the importance of a careful attention to educa
tion of the right sort. It was unquestionably An
able and eloquent discourse, and the suggestions it
contained worthy of the most thoughtful considera
tion by parents. It is none the less true, however,
that many of the audience who went to church ex
pecting to hear an old-fashioned or perhaps a
modern style American Thanksgiving sermon, were
a good deal disappointed in not hearing any allusion
made to the country so dear to their hearts, whose
continued prosperity and welfare they had specially
assembled that day to give thanks for. It was all
Hawaiian throughout, and had the day been an ap
pointed Hawaiian Thanksgiving day, would have
been excellent. But for the occasion, and immedi
ately following the eloquent proclamation cf Presi
dent Hayes, it was by many considered as singularly
inappropriate. Following the sermon came another
incongruity considering what had just preceded
the singing of the American hymn, "My country,
'tis of thee!" "Why not "Hawaii Ponoi"? The
exercises closed with prayer by Prof. Jones, and
singing by the Choir.
Gkkat Gale. A ti-rriGc storm occurred on tie
Atlantic Coast, Oct. 23d, exceeding in violence
any experienced for many years. It came from
the tropics, and from midnight to noon increased
ia force, being central near Bangor, Me. It was
attended with an unusually heavy rain-fall. At
Washington, the rain fell 3.51 inches ; at Balti
more, 2.74 inches, and at Smithville, N. C, 4.32.
At Cape May, the wind moved 84 miles an hour.
It drove the water up on the meadoY3 between
the city and the mainland, covering the railroad
track three feet, and prevented trains from pass
ing. At Mt. Washington, . II., at 5 i M., the
wind was blowing 120 miles an hour, with heavy
rain. At Philadelphia, 3S4 dwellings aud stores
were unroofed and otherwise injured, and several
completely demolished. Besides these, there were
considerably damaged. 31 churches, 23 school
houses, 35 factories and warehouses, and 50 other
large buildings, such as depots, ferry-houses, mills
and railroad offices, and Ove hotels. Six persons
were killed, and thirteen seriously injured. The
los-es are estimated at $2,000,000. The total
damage caused by the storm on land and at sea
will reach a large sum. to say nothing of the
destruction of human life.
WAILUKU POI FACTORY.
flMlElMIKBSICNEI) ARE PREPARED
ML TJ fVK I .II PA I A I cf a Sarrr.or UoC.-.y i-r I'iaaiA
tion. H'.ip ar.J Eivrt Cc.
injurs left w:th ax wl:l be f."-:! wilh drparb. srd tV Ti
At tEJ aJ pci, so as t ecaare roi keeper. Ircta a
tVrtmih -' cf the biisisca. al lajurif fici..: ra f-. r
BBAnairturiC? pai A i, ws yaariciee to j at na ihe fc,t pai Ai
made. CuiWaoera can iprisJ oa a rvfular sar ply and prjcrpt
Wailska, Slati, Novern'oer la.h. 1S7S. r.i3 Zm
'IMIOE DflltMHI.E PREM
A W. llRtV, :suj on Kq a il.o iin.
Any partr mis'.
cn ihe prrro.ars
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rase ( j :y to C
ot 15 la:
Supreme Court cf the H.iwaiian Iiliadt.
CASTLE & COOKE
Jji raUE llt .i)M; AM IMPROVE
B mrca.as i: r. w '..r. :. c: ,ri the 3 We II ue,
momttM.nl Maara.uA. Tie k,; 1 rf !! ra tt-l laid,
which tiA fire years to run fr m if.-.t iis-c. At eijira!i ct
kaae all it prsteof mj exa t removed. A r -1 k-ati9.
Tct part.rulara. enquire cf A. J. CAKTVI R1JHT.
HoaoJuhi, srrnu-er 14, JfTS. rrr :
AIR. A. V. CARTER BF.IXU NO l.OSr.FR
X'M. in ear employ, is net aciborisM tj rffeire a-:y entry
cr tracaxci acy ba.a-rs tr u .
A. P. CI E0H0RX A CO.
Novecber t:h. 7?77. cl4 In
BUT TWO LEFT OF THOSE FINE PIANOS
From tbe Celebrated Factcry cf
WoodM'artl fc Or own,
XT The Piano are a ccnsiijr.ment; are invoiced at the
low-st who!eale export price; are sold heie al tul commission
rates in adrxnee cn cost.
i ii tu
ii. J. aGNEW rn
lawful atiorcer in fct lo carry cc aaj super. steed a.i brac.",
la ray tasiceas of Carriir- Mai.tr aal li acksni.:hirc
C1KO.M AN D AFTER Till; 1.4TE
A. da:y cocstitateU and appointed Mr
IIOfSE 1XD LOT rOB S1LE OR LF.1F.
yf. A DEMRAI1I.E RESIDENCE. Itiree
w rcmcies waia irom loe fit otace. a a pleas
act iccxlity. Terms l.beral. Irquireatth.aOfl.ee.
rMlE FIRM OF AVESTJt
a dmo.tfd J sjtrer.ict ectereJ into
CII A I TER vena
between tte iiart-
ners on the J tii? t f C'cubfr. nil., the a..v lul.n tj date
ard have entt frvm the 1st of Oct t-r. A. 1). IsTs. Gil E'JN
WEir will continue the tuines teresAer io bi own r.ame,
acd f r h intcreal. It is muLu:.'T agrrrA that a!) sams
tluetbe late firm. ha!l te paid to :iIEON" W KST, Shi
assumes a I Ilabil.tlcs cf the trtn of WtST A CIlAVTfK.
ooi If O.WEST.
Parlor Organs !
GASTLE & COOKE.
F.4RTIES IN WANT OF
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Flooijs in New Zealand. Overwhelming and
most destructive floods have occurred in New Zealand
especially in the District of Clutha. There were
three freshets, occurring in the latter part of Sep
tember and early in October. They exceeded in
volume of water, and destruction wrought, anything
ever before experienced by the oldest settlers. For
tunately but little loss of life is reported. In some
cases the damage will be severely felt, for many fine
farms are ruined, being covered with sand and
debris. Many bridges arc swept away, and the
roads badly cut up, interrupting communication.
These floods were caused by the melting of heavy
snows in the mountains and the unusual amount
of rainfull. In some districts rain fell for forty
eight hours, almost without cessation.
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tti liaitai.au taland. cm lite I'-.h d.t i.l ..rmbr. A. I
JT. tn fTr.r rf the a'...e rn.-4 1 iaini.?. f. 1V sura
II ::i ii. I ahL'.
ON HONDA Y, the 16th day cf December,
A.D at 12 o"c:-k, ei"n. In fr-e.t of Ali o'.aol llale.ei-
j.iae f r sa. a:i the rii:, t.:, ln:erst and eniai wairb t Ivw
il defro.1ar.ta tave ut. In, and to tbe ssorf srd J rrtni ia
the cause et f rth. aad deacr.t-ed in the m-ri(f s cf c,m
j .inait ia th.s caaae. f aad drsrr:lrd as l.;:w. n
1st All that land s.tcated in t.'-e P.s'rid of llairskua. ll
a.d of Hasan, and known as the A 111' PC A A Of Kl KAlAt .
t. rf the sasne prera r deaorite-t la the deed rf ronretacce
cf U V . Mary la S Ki( I. dated the 16h day of rbrbarr, A.
K. 1SCT, ant dulv reecrded ia the Rrf slry Olw, II ;ov.u..
Oaha. 10 lber 5. psres lil and ISO
81 A U tnoaw lands aitoated oa the land ariowa as WA IN A
Kl". D.atrict of II .lo, liawaU, beirj the sane press. ae )
scnhol ia thed-do conirjiaffbjl.il CurrtL A
Cnev to 9. Kipt, dit-d the 4;h day of Juue, A. L. lsT2, and
recorded to Litr 2S. v-e 3 and 4
SI Ail cf that crrta.n tract ,f land krown as MOKTriO
M'. Iistr;ct of liilo. and described ia Ko)al I'atrut N
Kvs. and coc.t.o.o 2TTA acres.
4:h All that rrriaia tract of UnJ a tuatl cn the latvl
kiowa as II A 1 E I'l'N A. I .Hr-ct of tii'.o. deactibed in tUjal
Pater.t . 'Jv0. and eoDtair.ir.f 1 acres
I nles said ja'rrnect, interest and cota t-e i-rei;, ul satis
ti. W. C. rAl.hk, Mar.1 l.
itJ;a'u, Ncvetxber Jlst. 1TH. t
Y VIRTI E OF A WRIT OF KXECI -
TION isaued out i f Uie uprrnle Court of tlis Hawaiian
la;ands. on the 2:h day of Oct. A. 1. 1S7H. in favor cf Auione
for $l'J.0i aa.tiat Ah K r.j I have Usird on aud shall f -pse
Uh sale al the Auction Rtvm cf C. Hartow, Auriionrr.
io Saturday U.e 7:h day ft I"ecettibcr, at 1J o'clock rvn. a I
the riht. title and interest of the said Ah Kor.f iu and lo One
Kir.-ss Vim. nearly new and In ol ordrr, uideas said
judgment, interest and rw.a be previous!? satisfied.
W. C. I'AKsiK. Marshal
Honolulu Nor. S'.h, IsTS. nv tl
Sttol ;llw5rrli5fr.fntw. '
Cl l'HEMEtdt RT. II W HA ilAMl
Tv la the wntl'f cf C. Ai. an a: .red l.i .iu) t. )a l at.k
Umiu M .,(' has. this dsr fl a pel ttsj l
-rai.rg Hal C. Al a.a.'(rd a Ut.kfn. t cmIiui Xalw
r ra"s lo sai-1 h.. i.am.l, anil bass CM a a4 la
ire sura ! lhMwai.4 rtetuis. m-l1i.4 in ih.
i f aU cwts rf lb r, 'inrs ai l dasnaf la Iha said O. A I.
If Ihes- li.l l-ihit4l.ui,. And ltmaa. as e.W
I ss iauJ I.) ll.e Warihal of lb. k ., Ijm It lake mafsw
ef all lb sanl 1 . At s ri t-e'iv, w,.r srr ll.a aama si.af M
tf. l. ar.4 to put fcts st ve b urs. rHiniHitbnwOT, afrrta,
I"- ks and -ra U' .if r I a ari l aval
Now Tsssr as. II is I tI that I HIIAT, thssislh daT
lrs.lf, 1;, l and l saw. la t.ec.1 jr S'-rfnw Ut
INs h'r.l f the said l-H li. a, at SlitoLl llaie, ll-alsla,
.!.. at IK o mtk. A at . 4 that das, shri IK aas wis)
t heard aol dn-nird. If d-ul. And II Is Iwrtha mImnI,
thai notice if I he said bearu s . pal.uaa ! Ikr swreeaaSsw
wwks lu lb I'at it io Cow sta isl AH sat lata, a SMWsriwr
paboaed la ll o. luls. m
I'stel lln.ldlu, Nrrsulee Is a. IT
A. IXtNUI Jl'PP.
l3 Si Jssim-s d Ih rwra CMSrt.
OIPR FM E for RT OF THE HAWAIIAN
UUMiJ.n I'rvttis 1 lb ananer U ibsawuisof K.
MAalrmi. lats of ll.la , deoessed. Al CLaavbwes, Mm
A hi J urn Km Hutu
un radirir aod aimt peiHuMs ss4 sxsrssttts sf V. L.
.ices. a ls.iiiirau U U. ratals U K. M.sawsai. lai wf II
... .,u. ..,aii.or,Ttii,tn inks tatlUf aliossaw Hill U.
and cf.ar. h m.rir w th !f U). and ... that Ml
All in good order and repair.
J. II. CONEY. Honolulu,
or C. R1C1IAKPSON. Hilo.
UESIOEXCE SUITABLE FOR A LARUE
family, situated wuhm ten miuu'.ci walk of the Post
Office. To a good tenant, the rent Will be verv mojerate.
icyiO tf Apply to K. T. O llALLORAN.
TO LEASE FOR A NUMBER OF YEARS.
fTIIE PREMISES XO. 22, ALAKEA ST
M For 1 articu'.ars eniuire i f
JA3. S. LEMON.
THOS. C. THRUM
n.4S.IUST RECEIVED III THE DISCOV
ERY', with a Fine Selection cj
HOLIDAY BOOKS !
Ills Second Lid t,f Mrs. ISRASSEY'3
AROVIVn tlie WORLD
IX THE YACHT SUNBEAM.
Alaa, a smalt selection of Mautitrcl Mas Work,
suitable for framing, which are now opening- at
SANTA CLAL'S' IIEAD-QUARTEBS.
"23 2t Fort Street.
REM OJV .A. L !
BOIdLKS & CO.,
WOULD INFORM THEIR FRIENDS
and the public generally, that they nave
Removed to their New Fire-proof Store,
Which has just been completed, situated at the Old Stand,
31 Queen Street, where they have been making larfre additions
lo their stock of Ship Chandlery, Ship and l'lantatioo Stores,
which make their assortment large and varied.
Will be happy to have a call from their patrons, and they
will assure them that no pains will be spared to attend to their
wants in a satisfactory manner.
We have now in Stock: Cordape, hemp and Manila, an as
sortment (f sizes; Cotton Duck, Flax Canvas, Ilemp Canvas,
Cotton Sail Twine, 6, 6, 7 and 8 ply; Flax Sail Twine, 3 and 6
ply; Blocks. OaM, Shleves. Hooks and Thimbles, 4c , Ac, all
of which will be sold at lied Kock I'r ices.
7onoluIu, Nov. 23d, 187S. B23
B0LLES Ss. CO.
For Sale by
POLLKS & CO.
PAINTS AND PAINT OIL,
HUBBI CK'S PURE LEU), IIUHBUCK'S
hite Zinc, Ilubbuck's Pale Boiled Oil. Boston Spirits
For Sale by
B0LLES & CO.
MIXED RUBBER PAINTS,
M F ALL SHADES, IN LARGE
lr Packages. For Sale by
l'OLLES & CO.
ANCHORS AND CHAINS,
ASSORTED SIZES. SMALL CHAINS.
from 1 inch to inch, in quantities to suit. For Sale bv
Me. Stephen JIassett, (whose nom deplume as a
writer is Jeems Pipes, of Pipesville) and who is en
route to San Francisco from the Colonies, gave one
of his characteristic entertainments at the Theatre
last Monday evening, much to the delight of the
audience. The latter would have been much larger
had sufficient notice been given.
a . ij.i 1 lii.n r..i a niuni u.s its a it uu lj,
Vi Jlermo, India Uauze and Lisle ID read Undershirts.
Silk, Shaker Flannel, India Gauze, Linen and Jean Drawers,
Spun Silk, Balbri?an, Brown Cotton, Stripe Cotton, Stripe
Merino, Shetland Merino, Silver Grey and Dark Grey Me
rino nan nose,
" Guiots," French Silk and Cotton Suspenders,
White Cambric, Lavender, Black and Colored Silk Ties,
llaronet, Club Ilouse, Windsor, Black and Colored Silk ScarfV,
White, Black and Colored Silk Bows,
Printed Cambric Tics,
Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs,
Linen Cambric Ilem Stitch Handkerchiefs,
White and Colored Silk Handkerchiefs,
French Silk Umbrellas, (large and small.)
A CHOICE SELECTION OP
Crown, Condraj's, (liardln's, Colgate's, Cosnell's,
Lnbin's, Tiuard's, Tlesse & Lnbln'i!,
lilrumel's and We nek's
bulled v CO.
BEEF. PORK, II A MS. BACON, CHEESE,
Lard. Ac, Arc. For Sale by
For Sale by
B0LLE3 A CO.
B0LLES It CO.
Kl VIRTUE OF AN ORDER lM F.D 11 V
the lion. C. V. Harris, Chi. f Jus; ice i4 11, r tiuprrme
Court, I shall. ON MONDAY, the 2.1 day cf IVceuitxr,
at It o'clock, noon, in front of AllielaQl Hale, sell for ca.h ts
the highest bidder, all the ritlit, title and interest il C. Kana
ina, drceaaed, of. In and to the followmr real estate, vis t
LOT 1 A piece of Kali Ijind, situated iu Mauacauui, Est,
Oahu, and containing bs-100 acre.
I..l 2 In same place, a piece of I and comprising house, lot
and kalo laud. Area 41-100 acre.
Lot 3 In same place, a lot ol kuU and kalo land, containing
Lot 4 In same place, a lot cfkuU and kalo land, contain
in It 1 30-100 acres.
Lot 6 Comprising the III aina ot Taakea, In Est, contain
ing 19 acres of rice laud, leased 1 10 years, iroiu 170, al
100, payable semi-annually. A tsh nd, ronialiiing l.'t
acres, securely wailed, aud the Cshmg nuhl of W alialoa, lust
outside of the fish pood, coutamiuK an area of 63 acres. Ibis
lot will be sold subjrvl to the tlwri lease.
Lot 6 Contains H acres, kalo and Aula UuJ, ia the Hi aina
of Muliwai. Lwa, Oahu.
Lot 7 Cotitaius 42-100 acre. Kalo ami ku'.a laud, in same
Lot Ft Contains 3 17-1G0 acres of kal i land. In same place.
Lot V Coutaiu. 40-100 acre cf kalo laud, in amine place. .
l.ol 10 flrraiu from bank to bank, near whrrs Hie above
lands are situated, and contains 7 h'J-100 acre.
Lot 11 Comprises the III of Uaiieic, Kalilii, Oahu, dlvidi.il
KAUICIE contains 20 acres, kula and wool land.
LK All A roDlaiins 6i 4V100 acres, kula and wood laud.
l.U AIA coutns V acres, kalo land.
Kach piece will be sold separate.
Lot 12 Land of Pamoa, Minoa, Oahu, aud land of Kalswa
lu. In same place containing 40 6-10 kalo land, mostly culti
vated. Surveys of lie above ars in preparation, aud will be
Lot 13 Lands of Kalehua and Kukuiao, In Manoa, OaliB,
containing 22i acres. 1 tie land of Kalehua is leased as a 110s
plantation for 15 years, from Oct. 1st. 170, and will be sol
subject to said lease. Annual rental, $il4.
Separate surveys of the above are iu course of preparation,
and will be sold srpsrate.
Lot 14 Land of liaokulu and Waihiuui, la Manoa, contains
1121 acres of pasture and wood land.
Lot la That lot cf land back of Dr. McKibbiu's, and
bounded by Punchbowl street, having eutraucea also frimi
Kmma afreet, and the lane of the east aids of lit. McKibbiu's
premises. Lot A contains 3 1-100 acres, and lot B ciilali.a
Us-100 acre; both splendid bsilding loU, and will be sold
Lot 16 Situated io Palolo Valley, and contains 8.02 square
Lot 17 Situated in Waichu, Maul, contains i acre.
Lot 13 Lands of M A N I EM If,
situated in Wailuku, Maul.
Tbe area ol tluao lands are at present unknown, but survey
of each are la preparation and will be furmatied before the day
of sale. Lands will be sold separate. The laud cf Kauau
okuand Puohala, are leased to th. Wailuku Sugar Co. who will
be required It pay to the purchaser at the rule f $')00 per
annum. Iron the day of sale, until the cane now growing on
aaid lands Ij matured or taken off.
l.ot 10 Puaaloa in L'kumehame, Maui, surrey In course of
lot 20 Lot in Kawaika. Lshaina, containing 19 erclies.
Lot 21 Lot In Lahairia, Irotn J. Kahula lo C. Kaiialtia, con
taining 38 square poles.
Lot 221 piece of land In Ihe Ahupaaa of Kuholilea, Lahai
na, conveyed by Nipoa and wife to U. Kanaina, coutalulug 1
acre IS roods.
Lot 231 piece of laud In same place, conveyed by same
parties, containing 2 romla.
Lot 24 Land of Paeobl, In Laliaina, containing 1 acre 1
rood and twelve perches.
Lot 25 Ahupuaa of Anaehoomalu and C.-li pond. In South
Lot 29 Ahupuaa of Kataliuipuaa, South Kohaia, Hawaii
This land is letaed for 20 years from ltt'G, for $100 per aunulu,
ami will be sold subject to the above lease.
Surveys of the above 2 lands are now in the hands of Mr. 1
II. Hitchcock, and are daily exiiected. Or so much of tbe
above land as may be necessary, for the pnrpo-s of this
sale. Deeds al expense of purchaser.
Plans ami surveys of the lands not olhers ise Sxcified can
be now seen at the ofli -e or
W. C. PAltKE.
Administrator Estate of C. Kanaina, deceased.
Honolulu Nov. 6th, 1S7S. d9 4t
. B. The above Sale I hrrtby rovtponrdlo
MONDAY NEXT, Dec. 2, at tbe same hour and place.
W. C. I'ARKK, Administrator, etc
may t etasnitvssl and tmiMal .ij 11..1 .
I snsJe cl s.ar.ba-.iti 4 a prnrenv e-aioia is hi. kaavi
Ij the persona It.rrrtn t.liikd. snd diachaifirg bias Su4 his
aurei.es fr.nn all rurthrr rr"iMiiiy a. b.
Il is or-l-ird. thai Wiii PA V , In. IClb das tsf IVsiwssUr,
A.D lT.at 10 ..VI.Mk.A. M. !-(. Ks said J.slww.ftt
l.trotieta, n the Curt IK use, al Honolulu. aud I Its sasss
berrtjr is a p ikied as lbs Inn and lo te hearinj U aw
I l.oo and U'r.KifU, an1 lhal all wr-s Inirv wied asay Us
am ll.rie apprar and show ran. If mnj laey ksvs, mhf lbs
same sti- uld n.4 l (raal'4. and ssay 4arut etflensw as ts
wl.n are ni.i-. 1 1 Id aaut .r.prri . As4 U.l iksanlw,
In Ih. g ,.li a il llaaa. an languafra, b pulilwlil ta In.
1't. irn- iiiwssaoiai Artssri.sa and Kuofcna S.sr fS
pruitel and put. I hrd In llor.ijyiu. f.-r Ihrr. twftsiits weeks
pievi.Mit IJ tht t.rn Iherela sppolnled .aid hearlna-
Dated at llom lu u, II. 1., ih.s glat way of Nov. A. U. 117
1 lilt C. IIAHK1A.
Chief Jml.rt .f Ihe SuprriM Cftirl
Atleal, A. I1H, If-puly t krrk. a Bi
SI'PUEMECOURTor THE 111 AW All AN
I. a.ijs, il,u. irl. l-er Term, A. D ?.S7A.
Kaulua k, LiU-Uatil, vs. Kaotbaoa w, Utwllas. Libel for
Iu Ihe abovs ent.llcd 1.111 f rivorre.lt U shw sedetwal
lhal a Jecree of divorce fn.ra th bond U snatriinwiy b.snAsr4
in favor ol th said Kaulua A, loe th. raua uf ine adsltety aad
utter drsrrtioo of ihe said Kaoihana w, lo h. mad al4ui.
after Ih espiraiioo of it uotiths Irutn the dal.of ibu dswrsw,
uixm cmi-lianc. wlih ll- Irrsns I here.. f. uulnsa .sfueisenl
cause shall appntr lo Ih contrary.
And Ih. LlPrllanl ia ordered is publish an aUtsud sopy ?
Ibis order in the Paciric Coasssoui. Ai rsritta and Kas
k a net.pars f.ir sis tiiecesslv. snvksi tli Oral psbllciHsj
lo le wiihii one niotilh frnot Ibedai. of Ibis wrdef i ibaA all
ITiaona Intereated ma) , wiibm sis Mioolht, show rttst why
said d.vrre should not be mad. abaolu'. pv Ih Court.
,v , , A.()A. liepsty CUtk.
Dated ll.. 24th day ol OcMer, A D luTi.
Honolulu. Uahu, is. I hrr'by certify thai th foregoing I a
true and falll.ful copy of Iht sriflnal ilecevw ol divaer imht oa
file in th. oftic ol the Supreme I'ourt of th. Ilawaliaa lalsttd.
As wltnest my Land this imh day of O. i..l, a. y.
11.3 ft Iti-puty r rr. of the PUrm Cmrl.
SUPREME COURTor THE HAWAIIAN
Islands. Oahu, aa. rl.W Tevm, A. U. ISTa
Kuala k. I.il llant, v Srl w, l.lti. llae. .n. p,, Dl raves.
In Ihe above rnliilrd 141x1 f Mvore, II Is Mow ersWxl
tl.at a decree of divorr frotu th boiiJ wf auaulututiy U mseed
in favor ol ihe sai I Kuala k. for Ih raua of ih a.lullwy su4
utter deseition of Ihe said Mel w, to M mad. at-solul. afi.r
the rtpirallon of sis niutiths front Ih. dai. .f this decrsw. uptiti
roniplianr. with lbs tvrsnt luis.d, nlsaw sufflrlenl raas.
hall appear to Ih. contrary.
And ihe l.lbcllani is ordered In ubllah an Ileal' roe y mt
llns order In th Pacini: I'mttti itL Ativasrisas anS kas
ka, newspapers Ut an sucoeasiv wekn II Brat pwl.ioiaUMt
to be within one inoinh fioin Ih. Jt. of this otdeii lhal mm
persons Interested may, wllhlo sit saiHilhs. show eauas why
said di-ree should not be liiadc sbsulale py tlivli.wrt.
A . H' A . bepuly Clerk,
Dated this 26ih day of OcAobsr, A. I. IMA,
Honolulu. I ,,u, s. I hereby certify that Ih. teoliig Is
a trim aud faithlul n.y of lbs original dacrsw of divoros tsw
on tl law In Hi. ofJIcv of th. Kupresg. Court uf lb. Ilawaliaa
As Wilms my hand this SCtb Jay of On,. her, A. P. 1171.
A. Hue A,
"2J IVputy Cleik of ih unrvM. Court. '!
CI' PR EM E COURT OF THE HAWAIIAN
Island. I'ahc. at., Oetoliev Term, A. It. N7f. '
Robert llrown(k), libellant, vs. Kskua (w). Itbellsw. LAbsl
In the above entitled tbe for divorr, II Is now order" thai '
a drrres id divorr from th bond uf matrimony Ih soleras 1st
fsvor of the said Hubert Brown, (k). for th raus of th adul
tery of the said Keksa, (w.)l bs snail, absoluts aflat 41a ss. I
piraliun of an months front ths dal. of this aocra, apo. .,
pliaocs with lb. terms thereof, unless sulUcinut causa shall
appear to Ih. contrary.
And the libellant Is ordered lo pnbllia an allMlrit copy I.l
this order In Ih. Paririo Uossttcitl. A lis ssris.a and Kua.
koa aswspaixws lor all sueomtlv. wrekai II.. Orsl pwajwwUasi
to te within on month from lbs dal. if this ord.ri lhal all
persons Interested msy, wiUiiq sla months, show osus arty
said d teres should not I mad. soluie. II ih. Court.
(Iignrd) JNo: K. HAHNAUD, Clerk.
Dated Hit 2btb dsy ofOclnlr, A. D. IK7A. - 1
Honolulu, Oahu, as. I hereby Certify lhal lb. Licefolag L
a true and fallliful copy ol the original decree of divoros now
ou file In ihe tiDics of I lis Huprem Court of th. Ilawaliaa !
A wild, is my hand Ibis 2fith day of Oi'li.ber, A. I). 1171.
JON. . llAHNAKIi, 1
"11 C Cl.iko(llifupteoi.C.tMl.
LARGE ASSORTMENT. INCLUDING:
2 m. Koast Beef, lioik-d Bctf, Roast Mutton, Boiled Mutton.
Compressed Corned Beef, Pigs Feet, Lambs Tongues, Beef
Tongues, Tripe, Fish Chowder. Pora and Beans, Codfish
Balls, ac, c. For Sale by
n23 BOLLE3 & CO.
SITUATION WANTED !
alY A FIRST-CLASS MACHINIST. TO
JlJs take charge of Machinery on a Sugar Plantation, or as
Engineer, llt-st of references riven.
lions to J. M. T.. THIS OIF1CE.
Address all commuiifra-
CUTTINGS Hi CO.s FRUITS AND JELLIES,
San Jose Fruits and Jellies, a full assortment.
For Sale by
B0LLE3 & CO.
BUGGIES FOR SALE !
iE TOP AND ONE BREWSTER BL'OGY"
For Sale by
n30 II. HACKFELD Jc CO.
Consisting injiart of
I JURE SPERM OIL. STRAINED AND FREE
from footi. For Saie by
B0LLKS k CO.
URGEON AND HOMOEOPATHIC PHY-
the house of E
P. Adams. Kmma Street.
Address, X. Y.
A SITUATION BY A FIRST
Xj. HOILLK. Satisfactory references piv
Z.. at tl.is olhce.
i IAS SALE
SATURDAY EVENING, Dec, 14,
At 7 o'clock, at Salesroom,
Fine Assortment of
In this city, Nov 2:1. to the w ife of 3Ir P Acos.ta. a son.
la L at' city, Nov. 20ih, to the wife of IT. J. nart, a daughter
AiHEaTosr Ia this city. NowStdti. Cabolcb F Aihee
Tfjir, formerly of Boston Mass, aorl 07 year. ' - -
Cost of Stbcctcres in Js'ew York. The new
pos?office 'desifeneJ by Mollett and built cf Dix Is
land granite coat about. $ 7,000.000. The Brooklyn
bridge has cost a little over S'J.000,000 up to date.
"Whet completed, the total bill will be abbot. $14,-000,000,-according
to the present estimates.1 The
City Hall, with its marble, front and brown-stone
back, cost a half a million at the beginning of the
eenturj, when labor was cheap and jobbery, rare.
Vaaderbilt'i Grand Central depot cost two and
quarter millions, but the appaoach to the depot,
through the Fourth avenue viaduct and tunnels,
cost six M ceren -millions, "half paid by the Vander
tilU anl bait by tbe city. The" Tribune tall tower is
nine stories high, iaa a gin shop and a clock, cost
about $G00,00O, tnd is mortgaged for S 300,000,
which i just about, ita present value. The Croton
sVater Works have -cost between S 15,000,000 and
30 000,000. The koase that Mrs. 'A. T: Stewart
lives' in cost $2,000,000. The Custom House cost
Sl.800,000. The New Tork Life Insurance Com
rajja'j bonding ccat av round million-, The Western
Union' Telegraph's troflding cost $2,800,000.' The
County Court House was originally estimated at
SSOC.OOO, but owiog to nnfbrseeo. circumstances the
expe?0 wk between .twelve and fourteen millions,
nearly million"1 of which went for furniture, and
ibree millions for postering and painting.
FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS,
- such as
Sleeve Buttons. Studs, iVc. new styles;
Ptiotoograpb Alt nois, cabinet and email sizes, i
Substantial Toys, Musical Instruments, Tea S.
ft lie vers
received back bis ILi!?. with due fnrm.ilifv srd
honors. It must have been mortifying to Lord A Splendid Assortment of Dolls.
Taulet, who bad bounced and bullied the Kin"
and pulled down bis flag, to Le compelled, tbe
first of the fleet, to salute tbe restored flag with
21 gtins, and man Lis yards.
Up to the reign cf Kamehamcha V., the olet
of July was celebrated as a national holiday,
and rightly considered by the people as a great
day of rejoicing. Its observance was no doubt
discontinued to please one of the then Ministry,
who bcinjr an Englishman, objected to the
annual reminder of the folly and injustice of one
of bis countrymen ; although lie might with
Triple Plated Spoons and Forks, Sir.ple Plated Castors,
Shawls, Cuckoo Clocks, Looking Glasses, gilt frames ;
Perfumery, Ac, &r.
Also, a Large Lot of Vases, Flower Stands. Cups,
Glass Dishes. Ver Vienna Furniture, Children's Sets.
Christmas Candles, Candies, Lot of Cushions, Foot Stools.
J2 Goods on Exhibition during the day.
C. S. BARTOW, Auct'r.
3FISH EffES'T'S !
equal if not better reason have remembered that
it also celebrated the prompt act of justice of
another gallant Englishman, the noble admiral
Cut while England and France acknowledged
our independence in 1S43, the United States
bad practically done so a year before. Daniel
Webster, Secretary of State, wrote to tbe Haw
aiian Commissioners, on the 19th of December,
1842: ''The United States have regarded the
existing authorities in the Sandwich Islands as
a government suited to the condition of the
people, and resting on their choice; and the
President is of opinion that the interests uf all
the commercial nations require that that govern-
IVILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE AT THE
Port of KAill LL I, Island ol Maui,
ON THURSDAY, : : DEC. 19,
AT 11 O'CLOCK, A. M.,
30 Fish Nets. 2 inch Mh, 2iS0 Fathoms,
oj . 6 .. .,x.f0 ..
3 ' "1 " 230 ' '
2 " 1 " 11x25
1 Pen Net, for Kala. with wiojs.
2 Wing Nets, U inch Meh. SJiSO Fathm-.s.
3 Larpe Purse Nets.
1 Larj;e I'm; Net. with Pin acd Wines.
2 Sweep Nets, 5x200 Fathoms.
000 Fathoms of Rope. ,
1 Large Boat with Sails, nearly new.
Also, several other Nets, cl various descriptions.
XT TERMS, CASH. THOS. W. KVKRF.TT.
nSo 3t Aiiciiuueer.
Kahului. N v. U3, 1S7S.
I Bouiiuet des A lpes, Otto of Roses, Essence of Roses. Persian
Otto ot Roses, White Rose, Moss Rose, Province Rose, Essence
iiouquet, crown isouquet. rnnce ol Wales, Princess Beatrice,
l-rincess Louise, tTincess Alice. Untchess or Edinburgh. Mar
qui of Lome, Mathiola. Hawthorn Bloom, Opoponax, Wild
F lowers of India, Marvel of Peru, Italian Violets, Wood Vio
lets, Sweet Tea, Sweet Briar, Orange Flowers, Golden Lily,
Lily of the Valley. New Mown Hay, Heliotrope. Tulips. Fran-
pipanni, Rondelita, Jockey Club. Y'lang Ylan?, Patchouly,
Psidium, Mouseline, Eglantine, Skating Rink, Sandal Wood,
.musk, ac. in cut glass, gut and plain bottles, ail sizes, from
riiiy ileitis iu iea uonars a ooitie. jusi me thing for a
TOILET WATERS, VINEGARS, &c
Eau de Toilette, Eaa de Cologne, Florida Water, Lavender
ater, eroena water, Hungary ater. Honey Water, Toilet
megar, jvroiuaiic megar, tpoponax, uay num, &c.
PREPARATIONS FOR THE HAIR,
Barry's Tricopherous, Br'Ies Hyperion Fluid, Burnett's
Cocaine, Oleorome, ltsy Kura Oil. Pestachio Nut Oil. Row
lands A; Son's Genai:.e Macassar Oil, Briedenbach's Macassar
tul. l.imc Juice and Glycerine, Opoponax Oil, Pomade Vase
line. Crown Pomade, RimmtTs Pomade, Finard's Pomade,
FOR THE COMPLEXION,
Rowlami's Kalydor, Briedenbach's Kalydor, Milk of Roses,
uiooui oi outn, liloom ol Koses. inapre de Kouge, Lubin's
uianc He rerle, liarry's Pearl Cream, Cold Cream, of Roses, Arc.
TOILET & NURSERY POWDERS,
Fay's Velcutine, Opaline, Pest achio Nut Powder, Eukonia,
Opera Gem, Lily White, Violet Powder, Rice Powder, Love
i owucr tor cachets.
Ivory, Mood and Paper Powder Boxes and ruffs.
PREPARATIONS FOR THE TEETH,
I Barry's Marlilica FioriUrje, Sozodont, Tinct. Myrrh and
' Borax, Rowland's tIJonto. Orris and Chalk, Cherry Tooth
Paste. Crown Tooth Paate, Oriental Tooth Paste, Lyon's Tooth
: Tablets. Japanese Tooth rowdor, Violet Mouth Wash, Aro
matic and Ladies' Cachou?.
A large tuul varied assortment of
COLGATE'S. COUDRAY'S. CROWN, GOS
N ELL'S, LUBIN'S, P1ESSE LU BIN'S
Toilet Soap Tablets,
CotiUinit.j; the f liuwin; ar.il many other kinds :
II-.. S Otto f It. s. s, patch. u!i, Frangipanni, lleliotrctie.
New Mown Ilay. A iolet, Miib lleurs, Cashmire Bouquet. Jock
ey Club, Honey. Almond and Glycerine, Eider Flower, Oat
Meal, Letluce, Kire Starch. Lavender. Pestachio Nut Oil Soap,
Ambrosial. Roniitlctia, Cold Cream, Pure Curd. Musk. Sandal
Wood. Calvert's Carbolic. Chardir.s Medicated, Pears' Cold
Tar, Junepar Tar. Glenn's Sulphur, Vandyke's Sulphur,
Pears Transparent Soap Bails aud Shaving Sticks, Lubin's
Crystal vd shaving Sticks.
Naples, Sl.avir? Soap,
Gcincii's Auil;ros"ul5hu.viD Cream,
Sewing Machine Soap,
Kitchen Crystal Sor.p.
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT. FOR SALEBY
n'Zd KOLLtS ii CO.
VOOX-DAV, DEVOE'S AND DOWNER'S.
1 n'il For Bale by BOLLE3 ii CO.
Kegs or powdered sugar.
CUBE IN" 231b BOXES.
For Sale by B0LLES & CO.
ND WASHED SUGAR FROM THE
in ill of Alex. Hutchison, a line article.
For Sale by BOLLE3 & CO.
TN QUARTS AND HALF GALLONS.
For Sale by
B'JLLLS Ac CO.
BURNETTS FLAVORING EXTRACTS,
4 FULL ASSORTMENT, FOR SALE AT
W bolesaie and retail by
n3 BGI-LES Ac CO.
T) RESTON AND MERRILL'S.
For Sale by
BOLLEi de CO.
rpiIE REAL ARTICLE OF
1 Chutney in qnart Bottle, assorted,
n23 For Sale by
BOLI-E-S & Co.
FOR SALE BY
BOLLES 4: CO.
S GOOD AS ANY IN THE MARKET.
For Sale by
iiOLLL-S i CO.
GOLDEN GATE FLOUR,
rOW LANDING EX "DISCOVERY,
IROiY T UAIIaS,
(Mlrrlrrs Talt k Vat-oa' 31, Le ;)
(nIRRLEES. TAIT & WATSON'S
FOR SALE BY
THEO. II. DAVIES.
Best South Wales Coal.
DEPARTURE BAY COAL!
FOR SALE BY
THEO. II. DAVIES.
TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE,
District of HodoIuIu, Oahu.
flVtX PAYERS' IN THIS DISTRICT ARE
M hereby notified that the undersigned will commence the
rcllection or taxes for the current year, at his office In the
Government House, on Monday. Nov. 4th, proz. And in con
formity with Hec.tion 603 cf the Civil Code, all persons liable
to taxation are required to make payment of the same on or
before the 30th day of November.
GKO. If. LrCrT,
Tax Collector, Honolulu.
Tax Office, Honolulu, Oct. 31st, 1S7. r.9 lm
ICE CREAM PARLORS
NO. CO HOTEL STRKF.T.
QUPRKME COURT O F TH E II A XV A II A H
t-J Islands, Osho. ... Octotier Term, A. J. lk7S.
Kaualua w, libellant, vs. Moke Fupue k, lib. lie., bt !
Id lb. aboee entitled llhol fr dlvorrs, Ii I bow stderaA that
a decree t.f divorce from Ihe tnid uf matrimony b. eslrred lo
lavfirnf Hie said Kaualua. w, fir Ibe csusenf ih. bprosy of th.
aid Mok. Piipiie, k, to lm mail, absoluts aftsr lbs eapiralsna
id six months liom ih date cf this decree, on CHunpllaaos
wlih the terms thereof, unb as tulllclent cause shall apiiear to
the com rary .
And Ihe libt llai.t Is order rd la publish an attested sopy of
this order in ihe Pseino ('ostmi iu Am kuriita and Kuo.
koa newspapers h six surretslte n ks lbs first publeiilot
lo be wnlilu ono uioiilh froio Ih lisle ,f ihl di.r that all
peron Interested msy, will. In six nioi.lh., show raua. why
uhkM iir.iNi inii n fiisun smiiiiiis, riy Ins CsHtri,
(Mn..l) JMw. K. ItAllNAttD, tlsrk.
Dated tl. 12:1, dsy of Oct . A. I. l7i.
Honolulu, liahs. as. I hereby certify that Ik surefislnc Is a
true and falll.ful r..py of t, ordinal dec re ,rf rllrnras ns ts
file In Ihe Olllce i t th. Siipret,,. Coorl ol His Hawaiian Islands.
As witness my hand tins ftoih day of trlolM-r, A. l. i,ia.
JNO. C 11. UN A It D.
--'6' Clerk of Ihe fuprems Court.
SI'I'R EME COURT Of THE HAWAIIAN
Islands. Oal.u, ss. OcMier Term, A. V. 17IL
Latlnia. hliellaut. vs. Nykapual.l, UbHh-., Illw-t for dlvores.
lu Ihe tliom entitled libel or divioe, It Is now ordered lhal
a decree of divorce froin the IhumI f malrlnimiy be entered In
favor of the said Lavlnis for th. causa of Ih. dMrllotj of sb
.aid NakapuabI, to l nad. ahaolula alwir lb. t plraUoa vt
aix months from Ihs date of this doer., upon complianos wlih
Ibe terms thereof, unles suflli ionl raoa. shall appear ts ths
And the lilllnt Is ordered lo publish an attest 1 copy of this
order In the PAnrii; Cosss. nL Aptasn.aa and Kuokoa
liewapaprrs for sis successive wcksk ihs Drat pul.lioailoa ta
be within on month from th dale of thla order) that all per
aims Intrrealetl may. within six months, alms ratsaw h..L,f
decree should not b. mad. absoluts fir n, Uourt.
(l-incd) JNO. K. BaBNAKP, Clerk.
I)aled Ibis ieiU day of October, A. 1. lH7a.
Ilouolulu. Uahu. ss. I ner. br x ril'v that H.a tm.. ta
true and faithlul copy of Hi. original dsnres of dlvoro now oa
file in the Olllce of Ihe Co pre in t,urt t.f the Hawaiian Islands.
ab wwicu m mug una sis asy or Novemlier. A. Ii. 1K7I
r'9 Cl Clerk is? the Maprems L'surt.
CJUPREM K COURT OP TH E HAWAIIAN
7 Islands. Oahu, ts. O' tI.er term. A. 1. !: a.i.....
vaotia w, i, on, am, vs. Maaihuinul k, bos lies,
In the abos entitled iii- I, divorr... u I. w.a ...,..-a ,...,
a decree of divorr. front th. imni of triatrlmuriy be stiWaw In
fav cf tbe said Kalehuaokoua w, for ths cause f th. mAmU
tery and utter deaerllmi of lb. .aid Kaail.u...ui i. k.. .
abaoluts after ih. expiration of sis months from I ha dais ol
this decree, upon rouiplianrs Will, th terai tkersof tiak-s
sufficient cause shall apwar to the contrary.
And the libelant Is ordered to publlrh an attested svipy of
this order In ths Pacific Commercial AdverUr aad Kuk.a
newspapers lor six successive wsrln) lbs first pnl.licsiloti ts
be withiu one month from th. data of tins mjun in.i .n
sons InWested may, within sit months, show rauas whs said
decree slKiuld not be mad. absolute.
11 the Courli
BAKERS' EXTR A.
GRAHAM FLO I'R,
n2i For Sale by
l'OLLES & CO.
"VAT MEAL, CRACKED WHEAT IN lOIb
For Saie ly
I.OLLE3 & CO.
IN E x '
BOLLE.3 A: CO.
The Proprietors have spared no pains to make thee Parlor,
complete ia tvery particular, combining both comfort and
polite and attentive waiter alwa) s on hand to attend to
Having made permanent arrangement with Mr. Leon He
Jean, the proprietor of the Parisian Restaurant, we are pre
pared lo furnieh to Balls. Parties, Families, arc , Cake of all
kinds, either plain cr ornamented in the highest style tf the
decorative art 13- Wedding Caks a sp-nally.
Also in cur line, we will supply Ic-e Creams, Ices, Kl.erlM.tt,
4c , of tuperior quality, on short notice.
Our dispensing counter for Aerafd lievera ges. Root Bers,
Ac, is supplied with the best and healthiest drink, for this
Try our Sweet Effervescing Citrate :f Magnesia, manufac
ture I from the receipt of a celebrated physician.
We solicit the public patronage, and will male cur best
efl"jrts to please. oM
FOR SALE BY"
Ivory, Tcarl Inlaid, Celuloid, Florence.
And a full lined GOSNELL'S HAIR BRUSHES.
from Fifty Cents to Three Dollars and Fifty Cents each.
T.i th, Nail, Cloth, Shaving, Shoe Brushes, W hisk Blushes.
Ilnml .Mirror., Drrwiug Combs. Kir.
BREAD. CRACKERS, &c.
F.DIUM UREAD. PILOT BREAD. SA-
Fcr Sa.e by
I loon l'il"t lirea.l in c.ii-es ai.ii quarter rase, Crackers.
-v full assortmti.
B.jLI.E ' A CO.
L I RGE
AND CAN BE
BllLLl P A CO.
riMIE PARTNERSHIP HITHERTO EX-
1 MlINli Petweti II,- iii.1 rs g,.ed Pill I IP MIl.loN
aiJ fiooD.tLK AR.MfTRil.MJ at ruj;ar Planier. at lwaln,
on Ihe IsUcd cl Maui, un.l. r the firm or s'yle of I' Mll.l'N
A Co , ha this day been iii.o ti ,l by mu'ual cons. i.l.
lJ.U-,1 this twellih di.y of replember. ll'.i.
(.'iit-.l) GO'lAI.E At! M.-'TROXO
(Sii;iie.l) PHILIP MILION.
Viii H. (Signed; WM. G. IllWIN.
The und -rsigm-d will cirfy on ih busii.esi at Olowalu
under the style or firm of U A I'.MiTKO.Mt A tin , and will
uaauuie all ihe liabil l.es of Ihe late firm,
arH (Sgii'-d) O. ARMSTlfoNU A Co.
Ilab-d this ISih day of ftclober, A. tl. 1H71
liutMiluiu, Oahs, a. I hereby oerlifr that th r.,.nu. u a
Irne and fa ll.lul copy of ,. wieinal deer. A dln.. ..... .
file In Ihe ,!. of th. f upreme Court of th. Hawaiian Islands.
A. witness my band this 6irj day of Qr.utmr, A. I. lli.
o . . . 'oaA.
n 6t f.epu'y Clerk of th. Fupreme C.-srt.
SUPREME COURT OP TH E II A WA 1 1 A H
Islands, Oahu, ss. On , her term, A. I. 17. kablua
W libellanl vs. Ktsoana k, liiMdlm. I.M-I for divorr.
In the above .milled IH--I for divorc. Il la now m..A sKa.
a decree of d'vorce from th. bond ol n.aLrin,o La ..l..i i
favor of the said Kahlnu w, f ,r ih cause of lb. adultery tnd
utter desertion f II, e sal I Kskoana w. tali. ,!. .uu
after tl.. etpirallon .is months fma th. date it iku im.
Ukjq couiplisnce with ihe firms thereof, utiles, sufllcirvt caua.
Bhal' appear Ii the contrary.
And the libellant Is ordered to tiul.liab ii. iii4 ..t
this order In the Paciflo Commercial Advertiser and Kuusoa
tiewtpairf'ra for six successive week si tl,. A,.t ,...i.i,...i...
be w.thin on. month from the dal of this ordtri I list all por
srs Inti rested may, within six months, show cause wby said
decree itiouti not be niade ahsoluie.
By th Court. A. R0A,
Dated this 19th day of October, A. P. 1S7S. "'"ut tl,h
Honolulu. Oft u. ss. I berth v certifv lhat Ih. Irnmlm la
a true and faithful roi.v rf the oririnal decree ,.r ril.o.e. .....
on file in the olhce of the Supreme Court of th Ilawaliaa
As witness my Land this 2Cth day of OrtoW, A. P. 1171.
p261 Ix-puty Clerk of lb. faprem Csurt.
rj'IIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING HERN
sppoinu 4, on the IsMhii sl., A.luiiuistraPsr of lite ,.uit
of Charle II Lu.comb. late of VV ailuku. Maul, deceased, kereby
gives notice lo all persons having claim against Ih .aid estate
lo present Ihe same to him properly authenticated wnhio sis
month from the date hereof, or they will U forrvrr t.srrsdi
and ail rtns s ho are Imp l ied to said totals ars hereby r
quested loinake inimidiate pani!t.t Ui blin.
II. A. Lt'KCOMB,
Ailminltirnter estate C. II. IrfiM-uaih. J ts
W a. lulu. Oi L lath, 1S7. L2
Notice and Caulion.
SAMPLES OF KEROSENE OH tfTIIK
brands under -nientioned bav been tested and found dan
gerous to nae, at they respectively g,ve off an inflasninat.ls
vaor at a temperature ol Pa tliao on hundred degress t.
renheil. A II persons bsvu.g tui.h oils in their Msaeos r
cautioucd ag iinat telling, giv.ng, or furnishing th sane to
a-y person, without bavir.g the same tested.
The penalty for a violation J the law is wot lets than Fifty
Dollar, cor more than Fiv Hundred, orlmprlsuntuetit at hard
labor not more than one year.
DESCRIPTION OF OILS TESTED.
CoiiM'l Oil. iiifU-i,nial.le at a IrmjM ralu rc oftd Io03 f,
Aia.ldis nil, ii 11 niiiiiablr at alm,t or, I, nary leicperalur
Oriental Oil, iiifiaiiriale at Vo f F.
Da) ligl.l Oil, liiriaiiiiuabl al 01 4' tf.
I.u.ir o,, li.n. inn, sh e at almost ordinary tetiiperatiire,
t ilreks I i.nipn'iv. Infl iiiirnahle al ki2 F.
Ji'iiny't Oiis, Ii tl uoii.ai le at Vt
....... ' W'. C. PAUKK, Marshal.
t'aii u ui.a ,sii, us) oi m loner. lft.M. IU
in 9 It
SM0K'mGGER HEAD !
HOLLUi-kH, k CO.
JWr"!- ms srf '