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Braises fur lh week (ened op With a decree of ani
SBatlo that wu plraalntf to be fan I I. and wtlcb notwith
standing; tha rroaatloa of all operatic by the olrva.
lion of uw national holiday. Kamcharu ha Iay, baa In
soataJnrU by the fruinent f-Tv-ijin arrival, aa we bare to
Beta thrvw alr-ety thl srevk from tb C-.at. U: Ta II
VT Ala j, D C Murray an-l AmfrU io tiirl, all with fuil
aaaortMl rara of Men.baiuli. Tb K-i ZealanJia ar
ritrad promptly oa Monday laat fr-iu th Olote, satlinir
aarslo on Tot!ij for Saa Fraarlwn with a pool freight
axwt paaarogrr Hot from tbla jtf-rt. Thia. with tbe Morning
Star for Micronesia, are th only departure to note- of
owr regular mwli for the week.
By lb aboT reported frequent arrivals frout the CVaM
w bav Saa rranrrlaro dat- to tbe 2Jttx nit, from which
mm maha tfcw following extract of Market reporta:
ri -On tba 3ttb, nit tbla cuimuodity curt with a
Till f nrtbrr induction. XM.twitbtandlni tn aa-vertloai of
th 9i t Jmwrmnl a Cbmmerv of May 5r2l that demand
cnaetDM road and pmmlwt to b lartre taonghotit the
a anwD. Thm bava been fre arrivals of Camera Snrar
whir b baa doabtleaa bad th effect to drop price, hale
of 12SO pk Island at 6 are reported, the latter be
ing for No. 1 blear bed.
XoLAJMSa Hawaiian, qu-ted at l.Vl:.
Eiot. The S F J-jumal tf Ormmrrx quote "llaud
treT mo-rtn( onward and upward. Ve note sale of
aboaf bair at 6'c. and small quantity at "c." The
'la of tba 3ith report tame figure, trout firt hand.
Wooc Tba Market la reported strong and artive. with
an apward tendency, at ratea varying from Iji.Tc ar-cor-Jang
w flrada and quality.
lima Dry. nanal aelectUm, I V ; halted, over (aiV. 9c:
30r,ft, b. Sc.
CorEC Thia article U reported ak'ain mora favorably,
tbera bJajf a very focd dnuui With receni aalea of l!ft
bat) X X iwcal tra; Kona being qouted at 13c.
' Tba Parian Ship Canal la awain attracting the attentiou
of the Commercial World, tba Congreas recently held in
TmX the woo deciding definitely In ita favor. Ban Frao
claia aoawiierUiia project to be one of particular benefit
to th Pari Ac Cuaat. aa the voyage by aall wonld be
ahattenM by ona half. We acknowledge feeling a lively
twtaraat lq tba abo-va acberne. and tmrt to enjoy a partic
fpatloa la the benefit to be derived from our central
commercial poaition. but hope we are nt to be taxed to
th modeat tana of l,000,OuO dollar therefor, aa ia report
ed to ba expectrd of n toward tbe nwl PaciAc O eaji
Tba AacUun bale of the Lilikoi I'lantation, vituate at
Makawao. Eaat Maui.bM.k place laxt Saturday aa adver-
tfawil, and waa ateocked down to Capt Ixrange a: Co, for
fnr.tnx, wllb butlitUa competition.
ALOSU TOE UniRVIS.
At Ttbbeta k birraon'a wharf, tbe clipper acbr Amer
ican Olrl, ia dlarharglng a general cargo from San Fran
elaco: tlua rresel la a fat aailer, he made the trip down
la 14 day.
Pa Brrt abin- Olenlft'er la at Brewer Jc O wharf, dia
charging, overhauling, and painting ahip.
At Allan k Roblnaon'a wharf, the Am bark II W Alrny,
la diacharging a general cargo from Ran Franciaco.
At the Ecplanad oppoalte the Caatom Hcmae, the A m
acbr La Glronde, la loading angar for San Franciaco, for
which peart abe Will aall en Monday next. -
Tbe Brltlab Lk Lalla Eookh, at tbe old tteamohlp
b I ..f Va. MA a luiti t art nnl -
1M An motto lame, u ine loot oi ivn aireev.
Ska wlU aail for San Fraactaco next week, in commuld
of tt Woode, late chief officer.
Tbe Am UDC Murray, la at the foot of Fort atreet,
diacbarging aa aaaorted cargo from San Franciaco: be la
commanded by Cat N'orria.
The Am bktne Jam Ferkina, ia dlacharging a cargo of
1 amber at the Eaplanade.
Tbe Am ablp Gea Bntler ia at P M 8 8 Co'a dock, paint
ing, over hauling rigging, Ac: he will sail for Port Gam
ble next week.
The Am bktne Catherine Sudden, which arrived from.
Xrw Caatle, If 8 W. oa Thursday, la in tbe atream wait-'
.ir-g f.ir a berth.
- Tba XHacorery la alao ia tbe atream, taking cargo a it
comae along: ihe will probably aail for San Franciaco
km time next week.
The P M S B City of Sew York. My be looked for from
Saa Fraacaaaevw-ltn TJ 8 mail, oa Monday, r Jf.
PORT Or XX0I70X.TJX.TJ. 21. Z.
Aa bk II W Almy, Free man, 17 day from Ean
P MS ZeaUixIta, Chevalier, from fydoey
1V Ana ahip SprtngSetd, Peart, from Ooano llan.l
11 Am bk DU Murray, Norria, 19 daya fm San Fran
la Am bktne Catherine euddeo. Ingalla, 47 daya from
New Caatle, N 8 W
12 Ant achr Amcricaa Girt, Backur, 14 day from Saa
13 Bolivian bk Parpens, CaitU, 71 d-ij from New
Caatle, M H .
13 Haw tgtne Poaure, Good.iig, from O oka la, Hawaii.
- I) CI'A RTl' It K.
Jaae 7 A at bk Antiocb, Week. t Hongkong
lO f Jf 8 8 ZeaJandia, Cbevalirr. fur flan Trincxtro
' It Am kgtae Morning Star. Bf 3y, for Ulcrooeaia
Tweaele far Ileaelala fraaw Ferriga I'erla.
Am bk Garibaldi, New caatle. S 8 W.
Intbt Dovcnny. Olaagow. doe Jaly 6-10
Am aip Uov Ooodwia, Olaagowr wua Aag 30-U
Brit aa Btoraiy petrel, Glaaeow dee Ac a-10
Brtt Mo Bavtnacraig. Liverpool, due A of 1-5
Haw bgtae Vioiet, South fea lilanda, due
Haw atrnr Iria, 8an Fran. r Foater Ac Co, due June IS
Aaa bktoe Amelia. Port Blaketey
Am ataar CUy of New York, can Praacieco. due June 10
Aa ak p Republic, ilongkacg. dee Jane 10-1S
Am bk Amy Turner, New York, (via fcvoatoa) leading May 3
Brit battle Tbe Charlie. New York, loading May 2
Am acbr Joe Wooiley, Guano bland, due July 15
Am bktnw Eurtka, Saa Franciaco, loading May 89
Brit bk The Frederick. Liverpool, binding May 1
Haw bk LiHe, Port Madiano. due June IS-3)
Am acbr B H Bamadell, llumboklt
Am bk Raibaer, Port Gamble, due June 15-20
Baiatew acbr Vivid. Faonieg'a Ialaada, doe June 30-35
Haw Mtr MalHo. Port Ladinw
Haw bk B C Wvlie, Bremea, due Sept 5 10
VESSELS IN PORT.
Am bkrne J" Per kin. Jobnaon.
Haw ortne SHorm Bird. Jackson
Brit bk Lalta Bookb,nn.ler
Am bklne Ciacavery, Falter
Am ahip Geo Butler, Ryder
Am acli La (Jiroode. Genereaua
Am bk Morre Caatle. Wood
Brit ahip Oleniffer, Camming
Am bk II W Almy, Freeman
Am bk DC Murray. Noma
Am bktnf Catherine Buddm. Ingtl!
Am acbr American Girl, Backus
V- "J bk Hawaii .
Buiivtaia bk Mwrprlae, Curita
Baa? bgtae Pnmare. ttooding
Saw rAjfcuw-o Arrived: Kay 15. Am bk D C Murray,
hence April le; May IS. Am acbr Deabiag Wave, from
Hllo; May 19. Am acbr Amerl.-an Girl, bence April 2rt;
May . Am bktne Enreka. bence May 3. Am acbr A P
Jordan, bence April . Am acbr Hera, bence April 30;
May 31. P M B S City of Sew York, bence May 13. Am
car Boaarlo. bence April 35.
A (to art Arrived: May 2!. Haw bk Mattle Marleay.
hence May 2.
YaCVoaxa, B C Arrived: May 30. Am bey Mertnion,
baxuee April tl; May 27, Am bk Crusader, bence April X.
ElU, Hawaii Arrived: (no datel Am acbr D 8 V il
tlaiaa. (mm ataa Franciaco.
tt.nxn.rr. Maci Arrived.- (no date) Am avbr Eaxtace.
from aa Pranrlaon.
For Mlcronewia, June 19 The brig Morning Star txk
cargo of anppliee wboee total valie waa nearly $3.
and enneited chiefly rf groceriea, rice and poi, abipped
by E O Hall and J T Watrrnonee.
Tor Pan Franciaco. per Zealandla. June 10 l:id pkga
(1.S0?.tt Ba) angar, U13 bag (131,0 Jr..) rice. 2U W
ilMlSa) paddy. 91 bneb banana. 5 ra do, 14 bxa
etel leave. 34 baga peanut a. 1 air pump. 1 bs rnrranU.
9 ea carlo, I pkg Revelry. Value domestic, 71,Z5.M-rewt-tn
" e" IMPORTS.
Trore Sew Caatle, X8W, per Catherine Mndden. June
13 " tone coal.
Yrora Sydney and Auckland, per Zealandla. June 9 1
ee aaddlery. 3 pka drapery, 44 ra brandy. 5 ca rirtee, 113
elaj ropes 4 pk mrcbandie, T0 ba anap, 63 ak and
4 mk ea. a-U aka potatnee, 3 cevetaa, 3ca embrocation,
aa wwv a,oai lu traatatto. v
From San Fran. l-o. jer H W Almy. June 930 bxa
lee, XXI balee bay. bble lime. 13 bx giant powder. I
ba cape. 1 bx fne. ) bbt rement. 13.m m brick. 13tj
rd wood poet. 3K7 m abtaiclew. i bbla beer, "4 bar iron.
1 ea anercbandi, 3 ra acid, M pkg bardware, borae.
4 euTH(M. or aka flour. UU aka grain. 13 k pots,
toaw, 3 i k marble. 3" pk a-rocerie. f pk8 &b. 2 ra
wantaiio. jo ca eoal etl.and l- pkga micelianeoua mer
cbandiae. From Bait FraaHseo, per T C Murray. Jnne 13. 133 aka
potn. . tr.Qu aka Boor, ao Mla alcobol. Imio pkgw provi.
ainoa ai.d eanued good. mJ ak grain. lr Lu bay. I'M
tkw furniture, a take gaaoltnc. 44 pkga dry good. 13
Aim Ink plekee. 1 hay cututr. 13 bx and 4 pkn tobacco,
SI 3 poata. 14 m brick. bdla abtagle. 3 ca lamp fix
tnrwe. 11 ea painta. 1 bx bouka. 3 pkir newanaper. 3 rk
wrtne. a bare iron. 3 bare rplkew, 3T'ra drug, and 133
Pbga mlacellaaeona mercbandiee.
From aa FraaWaco. per American Clrl. Junt 13, lurt
- " f uquor. iin aa now, ZN pkg banlware,
Iron abaXta. ? bxa air eta. 4 pae cartridirea. 13 rkit
fumiotre. 3ju pkga groceriwa. 2u m abist.-le. Si bis
bay. 3eW pkga dry good. 7 ea oil. SO pkga glaaa. 70 kew
lead. pi, photo good. a)pka paint, aajU and glaaa,
34 m brtcka. ao.1 Clti pkga tuiaceilaneooa tuercbaodiae.
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r A S3 EN U EH.S.
Per Moming Star, Jana
1 Kev B I
Fo fca rraaebc Per Zralacdia, Jan 10 T W W UTanu,
W C Para ant sro, A II Knight and wife, Mtaa E Piatt,
mmUg. A Maiilard, Mra C B Andrews, E O Han ami wife.
Mrs J a McGraw awl 2 children, A W fierce, u J Cooke
and ana. O WUlUma and wife. A Ratio. M gwain, John Lee,
Was MeElaay. G Murray J C Wan. C B Ricaarda, T tSbora.
J La Danato, J Batharlaad, W C Pa Wing Llnr, Cam
Kine. AA AVat, Cack Cooo. Ah 0am.
Trans ha Innclsrit Ptr II W Abny. Jane 9 T C
Jobs Wileom-. John Crane. C Cbiahoim. James Tat ten, R
WUtrea, Arthar Fvtersoa. Mary Sidere. and three Chinese.
Tram Sydney Per Zealandla. June 9 5frs C Brown.
W Htrlnran, J Johnston. C t Harbevk, A Crawley, M
TraderJcksv Xra firtuM, C Kavanah.
Jraai Han Traax-iaeo Per D C Marry. Jane 11 Mr
TlaaruaJ a. Trar.k Coll. J as Bonytbin, T 1VW1-, 8tewarl
laac man 14 Chinas.
Trots Raa Tranciaco Per American Olrl. June 1J J J
Xowrehaad. J O aupp, Mr M'tiinnln. AOupO 8am and 7
Close, anventilated bedrooma make the graves
of thouaandA of people annually.
j fTig try jenra azo there were only 300 Jews in
'Jerusalem. In 1875 there were 13,000, and tbe
number ia now atendilv iocreaainz. I
itie k- l,t r i :t u tliat all .-..uiiutiuU H..n.- in
truded fr Im-i tie-n with thf AItUTlera rBxto i
lrAll.lMMrl. ru-t xblreexd t' the nnder-igned.
Sill, riber h -e Mil.rij.tlon are due for the I
AUTinwm. are rmi. t.'ul 1 v reor.e-ted to aett'e the aame 1
withnr.t farther r.'.ti.-.
Sul.-rilr- wl!l j.lea reiiiexiibrr, that wbeu ube-rip-ti..n
are pai.t f- r in adiati.-e, tbe price 1 only Fite
i..Lfa x Vim. J. U. BLACK.
Hi'tiolnln. Jan. l-h. 1-TJ. I'litAithrr and lruyrrt-n;
Wi i k fiom m.'iufstioDatle authoritv, lf.t
Ihe agenfs ff e V. M. S. Comf anj in San Trnn
ciec esj-tt lliat ienera! flrant and j-arty will
lake paMgc at Jajao for home in the OVy of
Tokio, to leave the j resent month, and that the
vessel will not touch at theee Island-'.
TiiE n eje(t of a Trans-Pacific telegraph cahle
appears to be attracting renewed attention in
New York. We fia J tbe following among the
New York Associated Press telegraphic dispatch
es to the San Francisco Evening Post :
New Yoek, May 20tb. Subscriptions were
opened Saturday to the stock or a company to be
formed to law a submarine cable from the Pacific
coast to tbe Hawaiian Islands and Japan. One
capitalist beaded tbe list with a subscription of
100,000. A subscription or $1,000,000 is ex
pected from the Hawaiian government.
We do not know upon what ground " a sub
scription of one million of dollars is expected from
the Hawaiian government," or in fact any sum
whatever, seeing that no appropriation was made
for the purpose by the last Legislature. In the
year 1874 an Act was pawed For the encourage
ment and aid of any company now incorporated
or that may bo hereafter incorporated, for the
transmission of intelligence by electricity." By
that Act the Minister of the Interior is authorized
to permit the construction of telegraph lines upon
and along the highways and public roads and
across the lands and water9 of the Kingdom ;
also to take and set apart sufficient land and
premised for the use of any incorporated telegraph
company, whose apparatus and material are to
be exempt from duty and their vessels exempt
from port charges.
A letter received by the Minister of the
I Interior from Mr. J. Hutchinson, Immigration
Agent of this government at Madeira, dated April
20th, states that on the 22d or that month the
British ship Ravei,$craiy sailed from Madeira
with 419 people on board for Honolulu. Of
these 243 were adults, a large proportion being
women ; 132 children over two years and under
twelve years of age ; and 44 children under two
yearb of age. This -will prove, without doubt,
a valuable addition to our population and the
industrial and productive force of the country,
and th children especially will become to all
intents and purposes Hawaiian. The Agent
writes however tbat the emigration laws of Por
tugal are " singularly vexatious," hedging tbe
business around with many difficulties, and as
suming the right to revise the contract, and
suggest new clauses. - Owing to these difficulties
the Agent Lad decided that the documents signed
by the immigrants were to be considered as mem
otandums of agreements, under which they were
to sign contracts en arrival at Honolulu. We
understand however that the Board of Immigra
tion will insist upon the contract itself being here
after signed at Madeira.
We learn from the Agent's letter that the
Brazilian government also was about to com
mence the Lusiness of recruiting immigrants at
Madeira, and with prospects of good success,
having iu their favor the shortness of the vovagc
and the fact that the language spoken in Brazil
ia the same as that of Madeira.
Tue r.(T that buls of cxcliange on San Fran
cisco were not to bo hnd at the bank on Mondaj
last steamer day " has again directed public
attention to the condition of trade. The consid
eration of this matter is Inevitably forced upon
the tu an who owes a debt abroad upon the
prompt payment of which depends the mainten
ance of bis credit and consequently the stability
of his business, but which, in the present condi
tion of tho exchange market, he finds himself
unable to do, and is therefore compelled to face
the unpleasant consequences. For tho man also
who deb ires to go abroad on business or for
pleasure, the situation is anything but ugreeable.
Neither exchange nor gold coin is to be had
although it is understood that a large amount of
the latter is locked up in the vaults of the Gov
ernment Treasury, presumably as a precaution
against possible emergencies and, aside from its
inconvenient bulk, the kinds of silver in circula
tion here would be subjected to a heavy discount
in California. As a matter of favor to a friend,
private parties might probably aflord accommo
dation to travelers, but through tbe wonted chan
nels the general public have been unable to tran
sact busincfs with San Francisco.
The cause which Las brought about this un.
pleasant and damaging Condition of things, may
be explained in two words excessive importa
tions. Not of machinery and labor with which
to devclope our resources, but of dry goods, gen
eral merchandise and luxuries. It is true that
our exports of domestic produce last year exceeded
our imports by the sum of $502,102; but we are
not quite half through the year 1879 and it is
already apparent that the tables will be very
much reversed, and that our imports will be
found to have exceeded our exports large though
the latter will undoubtedly be by over half a
million of dollars. In proof of this it may be
stated that our exports of sugar (not to mention
rice) to Sun Francisco since the first of January
of the present year, amounted in value to about
$1,071,000 a ad this will no doubt reach to over
$4,000,000 by the end of the year yet there
was apparently nothing to draw against by the
last steamer. During the first ten days of tho
present month sent to San Francisco over
$200,000 worth of sugar but still we had only
a limited credit there. Have all these heavy ex
ports been devoted to the payment of indebtedness
No ore can dispute the proposition that the
man who constantly spends more than his actual
income must sooner or later come to grief; and
this is just as true of a community as of an indi
vidual. If our people continue to import goods
from abroad at the present reckless rate, (there
are now some fifteen or twenty cargoes of various
kinds on the way here from foreign ports) there
will sooner or later be a crash somewhere, in spite
of our large and increasing production of sugar.
It is high time that Alt should economise.
Letter from tlx Eev. E.
IIosonLv, June lltb. 1879. f
) Editoe AbTLETiiut : A rcfuit to Uocolulo afier
OAbaeoceef fife years, shows great improetneut.
T lrV 1. !.T.. ,1. -1 .t r . i ....
- auuniv aiier me arrival ol me news
of the treaty betw eeo IbU Kingdom and tbe States:
jut before tbat busineij waa Jail, an J property low.
Bat a change has crr-, aoi all for the better, I
trust. Churches and achools too are prospering.
The organization of a Chinese church wUl mark an
era ia the religious and moral Improvement of Ihe
islands Pn.Un .
. .vftc ,m eamug aiong nneir un-J
ucr toe care cr rresident Jones. Svme of the ovw! V
men and men of means of tbe islands should endow
that school putting it on a firm footing. Hard!
any one enterprise will do more for tte youths of the
islands, thaa to put this school on a legitimate col
lege grade. And now for Micronetia, to do some
thing for that bland world.
Truly yours. n t. Doaxr.
Hid Excellency the Minister of the Iuterior has
handed us for publication the following copy of
instructions from the Board of Immigration,
which are supplied to all masters of vessels pro
ceeding hence to the South Seas for laborers. As
we stated last week, the brig Storm Bird has
been undergoing repairs and will sail for Micro
Desia at an early day. She will be employed in
collecting immigrants and carrying them to the
depot on the Island of Jaluit, whence they will
be brought to Honolulu in the bark Zephyros,
which veeeel has good accommodations for several
hundred passengers The tenor of the instruc-ii-r.
i all lLat could be desired.
Hoard or Immigration,
Honolulu. June 2J, 187'.. 5
M-urs. 11. HacUjtldif Co., .igtntt for It. Turton,
oxentr cf the schooner JWllte .Merrill.
Gextlemex: Herewith I hand ycu Commission
arnl instructions to C';ipt. Wallace of the schooner
As agents for Mr. Tuiton, I ask you to acknowl
edge tbe receipt thereof, and to acknowledge your
responsibility for the full carrying out of the same.
Your obedient servant, Sam'l O. Wilder,
Minister of the Interior and President Board of
Sir : Tbe Board of Immigration of the Hawaiian
Islands, having confidence in you as a master
mariner, and as a man, do hereby hand you a com
mission as agent of the Board, authorizing you to
act in the procuring of labors, and signing oontracts
for such labor. The Board of Immigration wish to im
press upon you tbe following instructions, and it is
only upon your promise to faithfully and fully carry
them oat, that you are nutborized by the Hawaiiau
1st. Your vessel being fitted with all comforts,
food, water and medicines, in sufficient quantity to
give you a full supply for all tbe people you are by
Hawaiian law allowed to carry, say, 80 adults, you
will proceed to such islands in the South Pacific as
in your opinion, and tbat of your owner, oiler you
tbe best chance of procuring willing, free immi
grants. No liquor, guns or ammunition will be
allowed to be carried for trade purposes.
2nd. You will bear in mind that all your acts ia
procuring labor mast be honest, and above all
reproach ; tbat no deception of any kind is to be
used. You will thoroughly interpret and explain
fully to all the people what is expected of them ; the
kind of labor, tbe amount of pay, and the food.
3rd. You will make all contracts for three years,
and no lees. You will agree to pay for men, $5 per
month for the first year ; 6 per month for the
second year ; and S7 per month for the third year.
And for women, $i per montb, for the first year :
S5 per month for the second year ; and $6 per
montb for tbe third year. With good food, a bouse
and bed, clothing, and taxes all paid. All wages
are payable 00 the end of each month's labor per
formed, in cash. At tbe expiration of the contracts,
tbey will if they so desire, be returned to their
4ib. You will bring as many women as men, and
such children as belong to tbe families, and you will
not make any contracts with any children. All
children under 14 years of age must attend school.
Avoid bringing old or sick natives. And you will
pay all harbor does or otber charges made by any
King or Raler of any islands you may visit. Under
any circumstances avoid any quarrel with natives
or missionaries. Yoa will see that all tbe ofiScers
on your vessel avoid any immoral acts in their
intercourse with tbe natives, and tbat a proper moral
discipline is observed on your vessel. Yoa will do
any and all favors in your power to any and all
missionaries, without regard to sect. You can give
all natives to understand tbat they will have here
perfect religious tolerance, all having tbe same gov
ernment protection, Protestant or Catholic. No
work is asked for on the Sabbath ; no master can
strike a native without being punishejl. Every
immigrant hag all the protection of law tbat any
white man has ; all are equal under the law.
Otb. You will keep a log cf your trip, to be given
to the Board of Immigration on your return. A full
explicit statement of your acts. You will go to
Labaina on your return.'
I hand you master rolls and contracts. In
shipping tbe natives you will make duplicate copies,
uuc iur me nauve, ana one for tbe lioara or immi
gration. Yoa will also have ready upon your
arrival, the muster roll, giving full particulars of
your immigrants. Yoa will understand that while
the J'eltie Merrill is fitted by her owner, Mr.
Tor ton, you are fully under tbe Board of Immigra
tion, and acting by and with its authority.
Again impressing upon you the importance of
upright action in all your dealings with the natives,
and holding yon responsible for a full obedience to
these instructions, and wishing you success, I have
tbe honor to be.
Your obedient servaut,
Sam'l G. Wilder,
Minister of tbe Interior,
and PresiJeot of tbe Board of Immigration.
Editor. In your last week's issue, vou
notice a letter written from Kohala, Hawaii, to the
Pacific. Ia your phrate our Missionary says
&c, tbe implication is too plain to be misunderstood.
Will you allow me therefore to say that I was not
the author of the letter to which you refer nor
should I in any case, be willing to assume the re
sponsibility involved in assertions so sweeping as
are contained therein. Truly yours, E. Bosd.
Honolulu, June 9, 1879.
The article referred to by our correspondent
was, with the exception of tbe first three lines, copied
cuurc iroiu a can xrancisco paper. Lacs of space
prevented oar commenting upon it as a libellous
statement Ed. P. C. A.
By the arrival of the schooner Belle Brandon from
the Line Islands, (says the New Zealand Herald of
May 17,) we are placed in possession of several items
of news, for which we are indebted to Captain Robin
Captain Slater, of the schooner Oloseira. the npr.
eon who was shot in February at Jaliut, by a Kings-
uiic, 1 now convalescent, and doing well.
Tbe particulars of this outrnee we have hpfaro re
corded. It was brought about by intrigue on the cart
vt iuc oaiuuau wue or me captain with the native
who committed the outrage. Tlecaiive was subse
quently killed by those sent to capture him.
Tbe inter-tribal war at Majero, Marshall Group,
had been suspended for some time, in consequence of
a lack of ammunition. It was, however, resumed
about the time of the arrival of tba schooner Belle
Brandon, and tbe day she left blood was shed for
the first time, two natives having been killed and two
women wounded, who were engaged in carryinjr sun
plies to the front-
At the Kingsmill Group, Apiang, two tribes were
preparing for war, and several hundred men were
collected eager for the fray.
The Island of Rotumah, which a few months ago
was the scene of a religous war between the Wesley
an and Catholic sections of the community, is like
ly to be embroiled once more- nn nriu hi.fa.t
tempting to usurp the government of tbe whole is
land, which is being resisted by other tribes, and
there was every indication tbat fighting would speed-
The Seventh General Conference fifth WmM-,
Alliance is to be held at Basic, Switzerland, from
August 31st to September 7th, 1879.
The Times of India aaja that 3,000 orphans,
the result or the famine ia Mysore, have been
handed over to the orphanages in the province
TK" ZEA I. 4 XU POTATOES. KECFIV
ED Tllli DAY. Jane 11th, 1878, rr ae by
Jul HOLLES At CO
vIE C N I) K K S I fj X ED BEING A BOUT TO
SI leave the Kingdom, haa executed a power of attorney in
favor of his wife, Theresa Honey, who will art lor him in his
Jf'. , . MACKENZIE HONEY.
Honolulu. June 13th, 1S79. jul4 im
URIXC MT ABSENCE PROM T JI IS
mmv-v iaiyi uuin BUT Vflla II II. I LL1 A M S I flk n I ria-.fi WaWl Srt
act for me under full power of attorney.
Honolulu. June 10. 1S79. ( Jul4 St)
C. E. WILLIAMS.
'IM K ISDKRSICNED WILL
m. una ana some Marea in
aa sliii (skill naaan
raise Males on shares. For particulars, apply to
I"1 4t N. GREEN WELL, Kona. Hawaii.
rI1IK "KV IA
" M"-K Morning a
nd Afternoon. r- Price. Ten iw.'.
vjuart. inquire ol
MR. Bt'SIl, Kort Slreel.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNeHSTTTP
rMIE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
exitit. between W. II. Keed and J. P. f lason. ander tbe
Orm name ol Reed Siasoo, to this day dissolved by mutual
consent. J. P. ,saon retiring. Tbe business will be rontinaed
by Mr. W. II. Reed, who will be responsible for all liabilities
and will make all collecilona.
llllo, June d, 179.
Circuit Court for Kara and Dependencies.
The June term comuenced at Wailuku, on To.es
diy the 3d, Ilia UooorCbief Justice Harris presid
ing, with Hon. A. FonanJer of the Circuit oa tbe
Bench. His Exeelleoc; E. Preston, Attorney Gene
ral, appeared for the Cown. The following are the
The King vs. Wm. Aki. Famishing spirituous
liqaors to Uavaiians. Verdict, not guilty. J. W."
Kalua for prisoner.
Tbe King VL Joseph Cora. Assault and battery
with deadly weapons. Plead guilty, and discharged
on his own recotnizance.
The King vs. VkonUiiliL Larceny of Cattle. .Xolle
The King vs. Aoniliilii. Malicious injury. Ver
dict, not gujlty. a. Nahako for prisoner.
1 1 The King vs. Kaiowaiole. Perjury. .VbJ.V pros.
The King vs. AIoizo Davis. Kelilbanaiwi Davis,
and Asam, (Chinese.) Marder. In the case of the
first named n.tiolU pros, was entered; the second
was continued vith a change of venae; and the third
The King vs. Achow. Assault with a dangerous
weapon. Plead guilty. Sentenced to one year's
imprisonment wth hard labor, and to pay a fine of
The Kiug vs. hulo. Perjury. A'olle pros.
Tbe King vs. Kahalelau. Practicing medicine
without license. Appeal from District Justice cf
Wailuku. Appea withdrawn.
The King vs. Iota, Kawela and Kabananui. Lar
ceny. Verdict, n guilty. J. W. Kalua for the
OLulenui vs. Kdalei alias Kahaleki. Ejectment
Solomon Hale vs Jules Dudoit. Trover and dam
age. Verdict for plaintiff, defendant to pay 95
J. Kukahiko vs Kapobakukimohewa. Trespass
and damage. Ver ict for 20 damages.
There was a number of native libels for divorce,
which were various disposed of.
the Officer and Ihmbera of Honolulu Fire Depart
Gkmtlemes I take tk earliest opportunity of thankiog
you for Ihe honor you hav conferred on me by electling me
to tbe position of Second Asistant Engineer ol the Honolulu
Fire Deparimeut. Un aasming the office, I shall, with your
aid and com sel, endeavor 1 fulfill the requirements of the po
sition. Honolulu. June 9th, 1ST. (11) J03. U. KA WAlNCI.
A SINGLE (EMI.EMAN. A PC fi
nished Bedroom, witln easv distance of the Hawaiian
Hotel exposed to the sun ad breeze. Address,
It T. V., Office of this Paper.
ROYAL HAWAIIAN THEATRE!
SATURDAY IVEN'G, June 14,
Inder the Fatronagiof His Majesty the King.
ThiKEl'MI BROTIERS have the pleasure or in
forming the public that the will give a FIRST-CLASS
PE11FORMAXCE n this occasion, to consist of
Trapeze Arts, Songs, rlth Guitar Accompaniment.
Firt appearance cf MUsMary Ann Keuml and Miss Agnes
Aylett, in New Ballads, to this occasion, Moses Keuml the
Greatest Iron Jaw Man rill hold a Trapese and Actors sus
pended from his mouth. it
Kingdom Mr. I). K.
er of Attorney,
,BSECE FROM THE
'yfe will act for me under full pow-
W. C. PARKE.
DR. H. B. HALES
IS PREPARED TO CARRY OX THE VET
ERINARY l'KACTCE on the Island of Hawaii, In tbe
District or Uamakua lUd-quarters at Ookala. Is thankful
to the public for past palmare.
Ookala. Uamakua Distict, Hawaii, June 13,1879. ju!4 dm
E. P. AD1MS, AGENT.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
At Our Warerooms oa Kit Street, in the Rear of Mr.
L- W. nOPI'3 Premises,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
Handsome New Furniture,
Whicl We art Offering
At Lower Rates Thm Ever Before.
r.Iack Walnut MarUe Top Clamber Sets, at $90.;
Black Walnut Wardrobes, at $30 and upwards;
iwack Walnut bidejoard, Mack Walnut Marble
lilack Walnut Marble Top E-essing Cases, Library
Walnut Bureaux, nt $17.50
Cedar Bedroom Sets', Pine Jiireaux, Cottage Bed
l arlor Chairs. Dining Kcon Chairs. Washington
Black Walnut Extension Dhing Tables, Whatnots,
An Assortment of Kockhg Chairs, Children's
Chairs. &c, Ac.
e snail tie riraed to how Oar issortnent.
juUlm K.P. ADAMS, Agent.
THEO. H. DAVI
Oilers ftr Sale,
Tflfi cargo raw mm
The Fine Iron Clipper Ship Gleniffer
A FULL ASSORTM'T OF ENGLISH PLAIN
FIN. GOODS, (IMS, W0011EJS,
Blood Wolfe & Co. s Ale and Porter.
Wines and Spirits,
Iron of All Kinds,
Boafing, T Rails,
Clarifiers, Etc., Etc.
THEO. II. DAVIES.
" By a thorough knowledge of tbe natural laws which, gov
ern the operations of digestion and nutrition, and by a careful
application of the fine properties of well selected Cocoa, Mr.
Epps has provided our break fist tables with a delicately fla
voured beverage which may awe us many heavy doctors' bills.
It is by the judicious use of tach article of diet that a consti
tution may be gradually built up until strong enough le resist
every tendency to disease. Hundreds of subtle maladies are
floating around us ready to attack wherever there is a wsak
poiot. We may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping cwrseives
well fortified with pure blood and a properly nourished
rrame See article in the CIVIL SERVICE QAZcTTTK.
Made simply with boiling water or milk, fold ooly in pack
ets or tins, label ed:
JAMPJS EPPS te OO
jul4 noiiozoraTmo Chemists. Lonixis. .. jay
IV EW JIATTIiVG !
Best Contract Hatting,
bcih colored an J white,
JTJST RECEIVED FE0M HONGKONG !
By the Bkta. MIGNOX. Al, a gmali Invoice of
yery Fine Tea, Camphor Trunks !
test QaixKty in tiis Market, etc , lor sale by
J jU 3 in Corner of King snj Nuumuu Greets.
PURE FRESH CANDIES,
FRESH MADE WHITE AND P1XK ROCK
'Candies. Wholesale Price. 3i cents per ponoJ; Retail
HORN'S CANDT FACTORY, Uutel St.
Superior and Cheaper than those itnDorte.1. Who'esale
Price. 35 cents pr pound; Retail Price, 0 cents per poood.
Forsaleat (m21 lm) HORN'S CANDY FACTORY.
rrilE 111-EXM.lli MEETING OK
X Members ol the yueen s lloapital will be hrH at Aliio
laDi Bale, on Saturday, the alb of July, at U a.m.
Election of Officers,
Reading of Bi-ennial Reports.
All members of tbe Society are invited to attend.
Per order. P. A. SCH AKFKR, Secretarv.
Honolulu, May 23rJ, 1379. my24 It
MV ABSENCE FROM TIIE
mcdom. His Ex. E. PRESTON is authorized to art f.w
me by power of attorney.
mylO tf J. H. CONEY.
JOHN' II. MflEAX, ef Honolulu, hariag
made an assignment, to the undersigned, ol all bis atock-in-trade,
book debts, etc., for the benefit of his creditors, all
parses Indebted to said John II. McLean are notified to make
immediate payment to me; and all parties having claims
against said John II. McLean are requested to present the
same to me without delay.
R. F. BICKERT0N,2S Merchant st.
Honolulu, May 22, 1379. m31 lm
Notice to Creditors.
JOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT tho
1"?. undersigned has been appointed Executor of the last
will and testament of Akong of Honolulu, deceased, and all
persona are truly notified to present claims duly authenticated
whether secured by mortgage or otherwise, at his office on
Kaabtunanu Street, in Honolulu, within six montha from the
date hereof or tbey will be forever barred, and all people in
debted to said estate are hereby notified to make immediate
payment thereof. ALfcX. J. CARTWR1GHT,
Executor of the Last Will and Testament of Akona, deceased
Dated at Honolulu, April 22, 1870. ap20
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
fOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT PUR
i. w suant to a power of sale contained in a certain Deed of
Mortgage, dated August 1st, A. D. 187S, made between Ke
kaawe (k) and Kameahaiku (w), of the one part, and M.
Robinson and S. Allen of the other part, and recorded in
Liber 43 on pages 855 and 366 in the Registry Office, Hono
lulu, to umw tb payment of $440 (fsur hundred and forty
dollars) in two years from the date thereof, with interest at
tbe rate of one per cent, per month until paid. The said M.
Robinson and S. Allen intend to foreclose said mortgage, and
after the time limited by law to cause the mortgaged property
to be sold by public auction in Honolulu, for a breach of the
conditions contained in the aaid deed, such property being
described as follows Kela apana aina a pau e. Waiho nei
ma Palama, Honolulu, Oahu, i haawi ia ia palapalaole. Kule
ana Ilelu 1063. " '
RICH'D F. BICKERTON,
Attorney for said M. Rcbinson and S. C. Allen.
Dated Honolulu, May 31, 1S79. m31 4t
.IN. TUE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF IRA
PERSONS INDEBTED TO SAID ESTATE
are hereby requested to make immediate payment to
ARTHUR V. RICHARDSON, corner of Fort
and Merchant streets.
All accounts unpaid within twenty daya will be placed in
the hands of a Collector.
J. MOTT. SMITH. , . . , . .
K. C. BICHARD80N,i
Honolulu, April 12, 1879. apl2
ON THE I ..AND OP HOXOULIl'Ll,
on the 29th cf May. 187. a lilack Horse, erav lore-
leau. left bind foot white, branded with two brands, one
brand like X with dash over; the other brand indescribable
which the owner can have by proving property and paying all
charges. juT K. D. CRANK.
WE BEG LEAVE TO INFORM THE
public that we have several
Tracts of Land suitable for Cane Cnltnre,
i.i the Hamakua District of Hawaii, situate between Ihe lands
of Waipio and Kaholalele, along the Hamakua Coaat. which
are well known to be the most prolific in Sugar Cane of any
lands on the Hawaiian Islands, yielding from
FOUR TO SIX TONS PER ACRE,
with very indifferent cultivation.
Wo also wiah to inform the public who are in want of
Working Oxen and Horses,
for use on the lands in the district, that there is an unlimited
supply for beef and dralf, together wi.h many other facilities
available that cannot be described in a short newspaper ad
vertisement. J. p. PARK Kit,
P.S. All particulars regarding terms of leasehold, purchase
of lands, cattle, horses, and all necessary information will be
freely furnished by MR. SAML'L PARKER, at Kawaihae.
Wainiea, Paauhau, Mana, or at any cf his places ol business
J in the districts of Hamakua or S. Kohala, Hawaii. my3 3m
HAWAIIAN FLAGS FOR TIIE 11TII,
AMERICAN FLAGS FOR THE 4Tn,
In various sizes, to be had at
THOS. G. THRUM'S Fort St. Store.
Merchant ft. Store will receive prompt
Orders left at the
FIRE DEPARTMENT NOTICE.
AT TIIE ANNUAL, ELECTION OF OFFI
CERS for the Honolulu Fire Department, held in the
Room of Mechanic Engine Co. No. 2, on the evening of Mon
day, June 2d, 1879, between the hours of 7 and 0 o'clock, the
following named geutlemcn were duly elected to serve for the
ensuing year, yt:
Chief Knxineer George Luca,
First Asiistant Engineer .....John Nott,
Second Ase :ant Engineer J. U. Kawainni.
CUAS. T. GCI.1CK, Secretary.
Office of Honolulu Fire Dept. June 3d, 1879. ju7 3t
S .A. I. 3D !
Tobacco Store, Billiard Saloon
Commonly known as
Hone3rs Curiosity Storef
No. 19 Nnunnu Street.
With Stock & Fixtures,
Mra. MACKENZIE nONEY,
On the premises.
rMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
M. appointed Executor of Ihe Estate of the late JAMES
THOMPSON, of Honolulu, deceased, hereby requests all per
sons having claims against the said estate to present them
without delay: and all persons indebted to the same to make
Immediate settlement. Ju7 3t DAVID DAYTON.
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
certain deed ol
11 suant to a power of sale contained in
mortence dated the S9th day of A licit, A. D. 1877. made be
tween Joe Kalapuna, of the one part, and Thomas Brown, of
the other part, and recorded in I.iber 4J, on pages 378, 379 and
330, in the Registry cfllce, Honolulu, to secure tbe payment of
$150 in two years after date thereof, with interest at the rate
of one per cent, per month until paid. The said Thomas
Brown kneads to foreclose said mortgage, and after the time
limited oy law, to cause the mortgaged property to be sold by
public suction, in Honolulu, for a breach of the conditions con.
tained in the said deed, said property being described as fol
lows : All that certain piece and parcel of land situated in
Honolulu, and being the same described in Royal Patent No.
2693, kulesna No. 59 F. L., awarded to Kahinal?a, containing
91-100 acre. R. F. BICKERTON,
ju7 4t Attorney fcr Mortgagee.
ratHE I'XDEKSIXCKI) HAVING BEEN
M. elected Assigneesacf the Estate of C. AI, of Wailuku,
a Bankrupt, notice :s hereby given to kit persons indebted to
Ihe said C. A i, to make immediate payment to M.Green, at
the office of M. Phillips & Co., at Honolulu, or T. W. Everett,
at Wailuku, Maui- M.GRKKN.
F. C. ACHOXG,
Ja2i '73 A'nignecs of the Estate of C. A i, a Rankrupt.
KEROSENE OIL, 'PRIDE OF THE WEST,'
THE HIC11EST FIRE TEST IN' THE
place, as p-r Jovernmect Certificate, 1 32 c ; and ture
lot cf this Superior Oil
just received by
BOLLES Sc CO.
RECEIVE! BV LATE ARRIVALS VIZ I
Lady Laropson, Kalakaua, Discovery, and Australia.
Golden Gate, Extra Family. Bakers' Extra, At Eldorado Floor,
Cracked Wheat, Corn Meal, Oat Meal, Wheat, Oats,
Ground Barley, Bran, Hay, and for sale by
my2 IKil.LES Ac CO.
fTUVE II C V RED B A RR ELS FRESH, AND
SL in peneci ora- r. tor aaie py
BOILED AND HAW PAINT OIL,
TOCKHtll.M TAR. WILMINGTON TAB.
Coal Tar, Puch, Tar Oil, Black Varnish, tor sale by
my 24 CoLLES At CO.
INC PAINT. BliICK HA I NT. COPPER
Paint, an Assortment of lanry Colors, Rubber Paint.
the best paint used, a Full Assortment of Colors.
ro 24 BOLLE CO.
l'1'I.Ii LINE FROM NO. t TO NO. lO,
8 or Cotton Ravens, 10 oz- Cotton Ravens.
mv24 BOLLF t. CO.
t-,. i, ut.a nncfin nn
SLJ. XJU11V J.UU1U vaoin.)
AVE LARGE LINE
fill n I C HI Oil 1
...w nu.. r f. ;. r. ll.n,.,.i. nr.l..n Hnea.
Sr: CvAiT R.rr, ihoW Ila Korks.Tr.h Ifark., Spring f orks. l fcyops Bu!,
Knatheafiraa. stvthe. Steel an J Iron Rskes. WooJ
.w n.,- Piek Handle. Ax Handle. f .lie Hindis,
mers. Axes, Hatchets.
Ecrsws, Swedge Blocks, Vises, Anvils.
B 5 .1 a. AT.. BoorLocka.
mIIIAtt.'I' 2 Hal A .' atariTa N,i
Strap and Hinges, Hooks and Ilinges, i,c, ic. ' .'.
aw -arar 1 . Currlaxo nriiies, hall IVcul Aareat :rt Aalea, asl
lliscellriueous llnrcl-wsirc: .!., hwUi,, not, and tb. u,
Kail. Bed Sorews, Bed Fastenings, Bed CasUira. Counter Platform N:..le.-. HOO lbt rlailorm tcmWm, to weljh lrn 4)0 ;
to 2500 lbs; Iron Pots, plain tinned and enameled lined; Sauce Tans, Knaun hd I'nsi-rve Ktttlrs. . '
A-bt- -sr wr . "WW r Charcoal Furnaces, Clrcal
Full Line oi Orsimtc Iron sirca' chtrc.ariPWn.T.a.siion
Stone rolbh, Waahboarda, Chopping Travs, Bird Canes, Lawn Mowers. Bits and Fpura. Woe JfcUrupa. Kerosene Uil '
Stoves, Revolving Lawn dprinklera, Carboliicd and t heap It. :e 1 to 1 1-a inrln Lvather BdtiJ4glliti,ham Buckets,
Yard Stable Brooms, lloune Brooms, , ' V '
lBnrAn. MT aa mx ww 4 Z I 'rK "'De ol Hand a Ptan.UIJimps Lamp Ulaaaes,
IIOiVllCl' S IlCrOSCIlC fJll Tubular Lanterns, Tubular ido Lanteros, Rati Koad Lanterns.
Low Priced Lanterns, Brass Lanterns, Fish Globes. A full line of Chandeliers, uewesl and bt parfturns. Hanging
library Lamps, Nicklo-plated and Btaaa PluJeol Lamps, and many other goods toa ouuktous to mention.- ,,
vvV0 ADJACENT LOTS ON THE MACKA
1 side of Young Street. Now. 22 and 23. immediately makni
of Jlr. T. . Thrum's residence. Title Boyal Patent, No. 10H.
tire of each lot, 101 leet front by 153 feet deep. App'y t"
mylOSm CELIL BROWN.
LANDS FOR SALE.
HIE TRACTS OF LAM) KNOWN AS
Kaiwiki and Mauruau, situated in the 1'istrlct cf Illlo,
Island of Hawaii, and containing an area of COO acres, more or
losa. Title fee simple. Terms easy.
For particulars, apply to J. 81EMSEN,
Iiiyl0 2ni or F. A. SCHAEFER & Co.
KNOW A LL M K BV Til ESK I'RESKXTS.
that I. the undersigned, hereby strictly prohibit and
forbid all persons from trespassing upon, or taking I'lgs4
Cattle, or Horses, branded or unbranded; Birds of every kind;
and from cutting Timber from the lands hereinafter specified,
situate in Hamakua, Island of Hawaii, to wit t Opibilala,
Kakaalaea, Jlauola, Paauilo, Koholalele, Blanowaikobao,
Kaao, Kekualele. Kukaiau, Kaawikiwiki, and Kainehe.
Legal proceedings will be taken against alt parties Infring
ing on my rights. vah CUAS. NOTLKY.
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
riMIE CO-FA RT NERSil 1 1 HERETOFORE
1 exiating between W. 8. Akana, Young Oan and Chang
Chuck, doing business under tbe firm name or W. 8. Akana at
Co . at Ililo. Hawaii, is hereby dissolved. All debts will be
paid by W. S. Akana, and all persons indebted to said Arm are
requested to make immediate payment thereof to W. 8. Akana.
Hilo, May lttib, 1879. (royg lni) W. 8. AKANA.
rMlE UNDERSIGNED. WM. O. SMITH,
jl executor of the will of Mra. Mary W ilson Andrews, de
ceased, hereby gives notice to all persons who have claims
against the estate of the said Mrs. Andrews to present Ihe
same to him within six months from Ihe date hereof, or they
will be forever barred.
william o. BMrrn,
Executor of the Estate of Mary Wilson Andrews.
Honolulu, April 18th, 1873. tp!9
AT KALIIII Chicken Ranch,,
Thorouchbred Berkshire Pics, of tho I
Crown Prince, Boblee and Sambo families,
now ready for use and for sale :
1 Berkshire Boar, 10 months old, $1-2.
1 Berkshire Boar, 12 mouths old, $12.
Both of these pigs were awarded the Eilver Cup at the Sac
ramento State Fair by the Committee on Swine.
Prlte of Berkshire Tigs, $20 to $100 earh,
according to number, age and condition, being about one half
the price charged in the Rastern States for thoroughbred
Parties wishing pigs csn leave orders now, ns 16 litters will
come in in July and August next. Address,
my3 A. HERBERT, HaWiiiUu Hot I.
WE HAVE NOW ON HAND, per mourner
Australia, a lull line of these goods, such as
Vanity Fair Smoking,
Gold Lode Smoking,
Vanity Fair, 10 and 20 in bncrli,
Hermit, 10 aud 20 iu bunch.
Half St. Joint's Terique, do.
Orders from the other Isl nds carefully attended to.
iuy314t IIOLLISTRR A- Co.
notice" Toplanters !
rfvuB UNDERSIGNED, AS A MEMBER
ef the Staff of the Hawaiian Government Surveying Party,
riaving carefully examined personally most parts of the sever
al Islands of this Kingdom, now respectfully offers his services
to Sugar Planters and others who may require
and other modes of transport, as a purchasing
Agent or Advising Engineer.
He proceeds direct by this steamer to Boston, U. S. A., and
Shaving every facility for so doing, will furnish, on application,
rians, Specifications aud Estimates of lost for Iron
Bridges, Iron Houses, Railways with Bridges
and Rolling Stock of AH Descriptions. '
Also, Machinery of Every Description
lor the Manufacture of Fugar and Cleaning and Preparing Bice
lor the Market.
Address in Boston. LINCOLN CABOT,
Civil Engineer, Room 6, No. 331 Devonshire Street, j
I. 8. Inquiries addressed to C. T. Cvtlirk, in Honolulu, will
receive prompt attention. myz4 tf
Oats, Bran, Barley, Corn,
Ground Barley, Ground Oats,
Cracked Corn and Wheatfor Chickens.
A I INE LOT OF
JsEW EALAiI OATS
GROUND FEED ALWAYS ON HAND !
And warranted good, fresh Grain, ami it is
Torty to Fifty percent, more Economical
man wnoie urain, ana we Sell
it at the same Price.
A Lot of Fresh California Lime,
At w.2.23 per Rnrrrl in L.ola.
I.A1NE 4- CO.
A M0SE RECENT LOT OF
AT THOS. G. TIH.ni'S Fort Sire ft Sforr .
A Masque of Poets No Name. Series.
Nelly's Silver Mine, by H. II.
The Story of a Bid Boy, by T. B. AUiicli.
Jean Iogelow's Poems, complete;
Bryant's Poems, complete;
Bryant's Poetical Works,
Goethe and Schiller, by Bovesen.
ilecollections of Writers, by Mary and Chn.s. Cow-
As It May Happen, by Trebor.
Common Sense iu Business, by Frredley;
Home Comforts, or Things Worth Knowinz bv
Memoir of Robt. Chambers, by Wm. Chambers;
Flowers, their origin, &c, by J. H Taylor;
The School Boy, by O. W. Holmes;
Prince Deukalion, by Bayard Taylor;
Parks and Gardens of Paris, ty W. Robinson;
Pleasant Spots Around Oxford, by Alfred Rimraer
Art and Artists of Connecticut, by II. W. French;
The Ceramic Art, by Jennie J. Younz i
ue uonemtan, py unas. de Kay;
Cliambers Information for the People, 2 vols.
The Works of Chas Lamb, 5 vols.
Social Etiquette of New York;
The Beaconnfield Cartoons, from Punch, cloth and
Base Ball Guide Books for 1879
B ise Balls and Bats, New Scrap Pictures, Papeteries
Birtoday Cards, Floral Passepartouts Mats,
Frames, Gaskell's Compe odiums of JClerant IVrilioa
C- Ac. . . ,,-c 8
, ' ' V
D.ws from Now York. -
- J ' .
Ui: MIMIM ttuout;';- ;
A. Now Xot
hi or Vv livery
parity from 12. 0
tip UUCgies, Lupi" f'" - . i "
Wsponi. withPhVfts.vVlerta Break; carrying C
to '000 lbs. These Vehlc) re all made ty
IRST CXuABS AVOKKMKN !
BE?T MATERJ$J.a.l areW autiAS i an to ir strong
Pk-ws Harrows. Cul Ivatura, Ox Yokes. Chains, Pick
SS-7-Axs. I'ick Mat!,., Oos, Urub iiua, Ilauuca Hoes,
asat Sest elect ata iron lr, vr.-n,
Mat Rakea. I'ost U4 infers, VmM
Ilauiea, Trace Chains,
l'lanter - s Hoc llamlles, t llantlK-s,
Hay Cutters, fine Ham-
Chiael. Claw llamra.-ra, maaoa'a umsmeri, srni iiaariiiiera,
MauiKcrs au.I Kicdges, Tyra Irona, IllackemiOi's Drills, Ja k
Pa I lcks, BultiC Hlta, Screws, Cut Walla V rr-uidi
li Nail, f pikes, hii aud galv'd Boat AaiU, Tack,
Foi USlrt ol, Honolulu.'
"Stpl atilitrtistEtmH. - '
11' RE ME COURT OF THE HAWAIIAN
9 Inlands, in I'n.bale, In the
ie ESTATE Of I.. KRLIiriU. Y
ilate, before Mr. iustice JuilaV J ,' 1
itiouof l'AKKKK,(,) wl.Ww l, if
(k.) of Honolulu, deceased, intestate,
On reading and tiling the pet
of L. KELIIIMU, ef Honolulu, allegltig thai I.. KSLIIBIO, of
Honolulu, Oaliu- ilid latestata at llunolalu, Uaha, oa the S Mil
day of March, A. 1. 1S70, and praying thai l.cltera of A4iIii
istratlon issue to JOHN LOTA KAULL'KOU, '
It is ordered that B ATL ROAY , tlis bib day of July, A. V.
1S79, be and hereby la appointed for hearing aaid put it Ion be.
fore the said Justice, in Ihe Court Room of Ihia Court, at Ho
nolulu, at which time and place all persons concerned may
appear and show cause, it any they Lava, why aaid petition
should not be granted, and. that this order ba published In the
Hawaiian and Knglioh Unguagea for Hires suceeiwiise weeks in
the Kuoltoa and I. C. Advertiser newspapers ia Honolulu.
Dated Uaoojalu, H. I., June Oih, A. I. 1879.
A.aBANCId JCD1, ', ,
Attest: Justice of ths fupcrpie Cou. t.
JNQ. E. BARNARD, Clerk. -.. Juli 8t
SIT V It KM K S-TttV RT O V T II K II A V AI I AN -I8LANIIS,
In rrobate. In the matu-r of the j:dl'ATK
OP JL LKS Y7.KT, late of Honululo, deceased, at Chambers,
before Mr. Justice A. P. Judd. ,
On reading and Oling the petition and accounts of 9. A.
SCIIAEKEU, Administrator, with will annexed, or Ilia Estate
ol JULES VZKT. lale ol Honolulu, deceased, wherein he asks
to be allowed $2864 12, and charges liimaoif with I312i.ai, and ,
asks that the ssme may be examined and approvad.and thai a
final order may be made cf distribution ot tho property re
mainlng In his hands to Ihe erons thereto entitled, and Uis- .
charging him and his sureties from aj, further responsibility as
such Administrator. . , - '
It is ordered, that TCEFDAV, the 8th day of July, A. D.
1870, at 10 o'clock, A.M. before the said Justice, at Chambers,
In the Court House, at Honolulu, be and tbe same hereby ia -appointed
as the tiino and place for hearing said petition and
accounts, and that all persons Interested may then and there
appear and show cause, If any they have, why the ssme should
not be granted, and may present evidence as to who are entl-
tied to the said property.
And that this order, in the English Ianguage.be published
in the 1'aciQc Commercial Advertiser newsapcr printed and
published in Honolulu, for three successive weeks previous Jo
the lime therein appointed for said hearing.
Dated at Honolulu, II. I , this 6th day of June, A. D. 179. '
A. EKANCld JCU1,
Attest: Justice of the Buprtme Court.
JKO. E. BARNARD, Clerk. ; JuT 3t
SUPREME COURT OF TIIE HAWAIIAN
lSLANUfci, In Probate. In ihe matter ol to ESTATE
OK IRENE H. II,(w)a minor. Order to ahovr raaae on ap
plication or Guardian fur an Order o Fate or Real Imitate. "
On reading and filing Ihe petition of A..rHA!L'ld Jl'DO.
the Uuardian of the iierson aud property of Irene II. II,- w) a
minor, praying for an order or sale of certain real estate, being
the lot called " Anapunl," opposite I'unahou iCollege, and
compnaing 3d 21-100 acres, belonging to his aaid a ard, and
setting forth certain legal reasons why such real estate should
be sold. ,.k ; , ,
It is hereby ordered, that Ihe next of kin of aaid wart, and
all persons interested in the said estate, apiear before thla
Court ON WEDNESDAY, the 18th day of June, A. I), 1879,
at it o ciocit, a. m., at the Court Boom of this Comrt, ia Ho
nolulu, then and there to show cause why an order should Dot
be granted for the sale of such estate.- , , '
And it is further ordered, that a capy of this order be pub
lished two successive weeks before the said day of hearing, ia
the Kuokoa and Pacific Commercial Advertiser neeauapera
published in aaid Honolulu. . .
Dated Honolulu, June 4th, A. p. 1879. " '
LAWRENCE McCCLLY, .
A,te,lt:. Justice of lite Hopreme Court.
JX ). E. BAItXAHP, Clerk ul g
C t;iuKMK court or liTu Hi a vvaiian
C7 lalamla, inTrobate. laland of Oiihu, Hawaiian lalanu ss
In the matter or the ESTATE ALKXAJ. PKU HUTLtilN
SO.N, deceased. Order appointmg time for iitilte of Will
an:l directing ull ration of notice of the snrr.o.
A Document, purort:nr to be the last will anil leaUment
of ALEXANDr.lt HLTl IIINfcUN, dceeaaed, bavlog on tbe
7th day of May A . D. 1S79, Ireen presented to mid Probate
Court, and a petition for ihe probate thereof, and for the
issuance of Let lera Testamentary to- John P. Walker autfj
O. Carasr, having been filed by Castle A KstcA.
It istvereby ordered, that TUESDAY, the lTlh day cf Jrne
A. V. 1879. at 10 o'clock, A M , of said day, a tue Coart
Boom ol said Court, at Honolulu, In the Island of Oaliu be
and the same la hereby appointed the lime for proving said
will and bearing aaid application, when and where any peraoa
Interested may appear aud contest the aahi will, and lha
granting ol Letters Testamentary.
It is further ordered, thai notice thereof lie given by pnb
hcAtion, for threcjucccssive weeks, in Ihe "Pacific Coo-aer-HonolulVurt'SCr'"
ne""r"'r'" rrl'e4 and publlbd la
And it is further ordered, that citations te liaued to the
subscribing witnesses to said will, and to the heirs of tbe
tcatatorlui this Kingdom, to appear end contest Ihe probate
of said will, at the time appointed.-'- , , -
Dated Honolulu, II. I., May 27th, 1879. -
A. EHANCI8 JLDI), :
Attest: JJC0.K BARNAkVD,0"0 Supreme Gourt.'
Clerk of I lie Bupreme Court. my 8 1 St .
SUPREME COURT OV THE II A XV A 1 1 A NT
3 Islands, in Probate, Island of Oal.it Hawaiian Islands, ss
In the matter of ihe estate ef AU01S MONTUuMIKV
deccascd. Order appointing tin, for probate of will and
directing publication of notice of tho eame.
, A!?f!lml,.,,,,,)Url0,ti.r 10 be ,he '' "! testament of
VVi a10!?1?.-?11 V dcCa,e'1. tof on the 27rh d.y
or Way, A. D. 18,9, been presented to sail I' rot ate Court,
and a petition for the probate there, f, and for Ihe Issuance of
letters testamentary to William L. Oreen ami .Ale. Mcatlbbio.
having been filed by Wm. L. Green. aaiawiuuia,
It Is hereby ordered, that TUEbDAV, the 17th day of
June A. D. 1879 at 10 o'clock, A. W., of auld day, at IhaL
Court Boom of said Court, at Aliiolanl Hale. lnUooolulu. be
!Lnf. . " ,'flt'b,r PIoln'; the time for proving aaid'
lou-reaiea may aiinear and eonie.i
ihe aaid will, and the
granting of letters testamentary.
it is lurincr ordered, that nollce thereof be given by publi
cation for three successive weAa. In the I'.cl Bo Commercial
And it is further ordered, that citations be issued It, the
subscribing witnesses to said will, and to the uVlrt of tbj
w'uated Honolulu, 11. I. May A7ih, 1879.
A tte A,
A. HIANCI8 JCDO,
B0iA,Depu,yCkrt.JUittCC f '1
J 1 R E M E C O V RT O F T II E II A V A 1 1 A V
TC-,.Ion'luJ.u'.OBU.ut deceased, Intestate. Before Lh lef
urucrot .-Notice of PetHion for Administra
On rcadinir and filing
of William Love. r Hor rtJZeZl" "
a? of.Uece,u'er. A- ! 18, and pniylnr thai Letters of
Administration to her, l.etitia Love. . t J '"eraor
70 T. Tf tnat WOMUAY. the 161. 'day of June A D
"9.'..b.e' "ld," ,ereb7 -PI"" Lerlo Mid pemion 'be.'
te the said Justice. In iri,u.Z u' ZT.. ln'?
!d v,how caur. if er have, why said petition ,
not be granted, and that this order be publish Tin ,,i K
hah language f ,r three successive weeks in the : I'aclne
merci.l Advertiser newspaper in llonojaiu.' U" 'Ui'
Dated Honolulu, H. In 4Jay 28ih, 1879. - . '
rllld I la a n a-t ' '
Chief Justice of the gnpreo t'ourt.
V Jl IX a. ls . IIAILK a a
A. ROSA, Deputy Clerk.
Si C t i ? COf R l O P T II 10 II A wXTT
Islands iu I'robate. Order of notice V&iitU
Allowance of accounts, discharce. and final Suf!!!
nrrirkria a i . i. . ..- - ivuiiun
, , "v vajiiiurn, oeiore Chief Jastice Harris
urumt,OdrlfA'1E0, F. 1'OOK, Ut.
On readmar and
Dling- the iietiiion and accounts of Alexao.
der J. Cartwrialit
tatate of Henry F
,...,.... , miaj in annexed, of tba
' l nnr In I . r.f 1 1 1 . . t .. . . . ' ,p
wherein he aoka to lv. .ii-,.j to X .V ?aa' ?ec"el.
exam.ned and approved. ,d ,nat a ftna rrder mmrbT
ofdistributionoftlieprorertrenulning In h,t Td,
IZTJ, --rgI. him .'ndh,' ".V
V. , ,","lcr reajiousioiiiiy as ucu Adminisiratnr
Jt is ordered that Mnvr.iv .i.. L ",r"."?r'
i the Court House.
lrt tk - a .
e court House, in Honolulu, be and ti e ia. ilZZr?'
ants, and trlft all persoi.s interested mat .
i.uuui. ana ira ail nersoi,
lIeav anu snow cause, if any ther hava wk- ..
should not berranted. and m " Z. . !!' ,wh' taw.
j --" uu i lie re
are entitled to the said property. And that ii.iT-?" 10 h
Kntllsh lanKua)fH. be 'publiahed in the Pacine cf '.!'"
Advertiser, a ner,n., .i... ... . ' f,n Conimerclal
for three sncce.sive week. revi"us to m ,n "hi,
IM.inted for said herir,ff 1 l Afc? l,m 'oelu p-
bated Honolulu, II. I., May 2.7rd. A. V. 1879 " :, ' -r...
,,C":18- C. 11 ARRIS.'"
Attest; A. ROSA. toJ3?dT CotS.
. vonrt. D1D31 .It .
HAVE FOUND IT.
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January .!, 1379.
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