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t jr. p. ADAMS,
DAY. SATURDAY. JULY 12,
arJ Hi" W. II. Mf ycr, at OU Cujton
uncut of FANCY FOWLS.
V - " i,rtt,. Wl;t Lect.ores, 3 Cochins. (1
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trrJUb f J-1 M'.-rrhar.f. Pc
. , Vt urrr.sf..! f..r.r, ' California. Can N-
-f T"n'-.ar. AiAM,crr.
bnSDAY, JULY 17lh,
,( Clothing Fancy Goods, Grain,
I Groceries, &c, &c.
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I OR SALE.
. w- m g ri ON
II K MAl'KA
i;,';, , -J an.l -'1. immediately miku
2, ,i .T,r Title Kal rt.-t. No. 101.
M -t tr r.t t.y 1U 'IT- Apply to
t ' 7 CM II. f.K'JN.
iIIahE! A BARGAIN ! !
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r'ri, ami ililrK.l.n(oo ami. r
Fm th-' .r. n.u
. I. .r- rtw.nl
.ij. . a mo-iorj uaciiiQK
Ceded throughout ImkW, anJ
jnr. AImo, " new ruae.
a Ior" r.ni. k.ti urn, ami mr mi'iiuun.
sb-i.l hair a" acre, sitn rood i-aslurace.
i ..iv ihhju!i ike T.ile wrfcei. lor
r-LiAlIlT'S ANV I'KRSON WHO
ftt7J Intacii.iLwo a will K-a.l to tt.e r.
- trap .r itherJi:- ralrh and kill
?,. .'cilly in Nu'ianu 1W-y.
Infermaiwn a wui e-.i . nw ....
I1AKCK FOR IMKST.MKM.
y itc(.uniUr U Jar. Jio.mjo tn
vartf on a lirtt clax ?oifar fUi.iu .ei,
fe Cirr. in Vti.t.-r, 1T'J. The i'UiUttu ha
lUf .un.J in Mul-. farU. 4c Slarh.dry
ri can rrah -r mM t..i. r .lay.
Otlar ai I'l t Bn.iT.Rnr.l.
. A.J. rjAKTtt RIGHT.
' T ITW -pTTTlT.Tn
llSO CVKMNO KNTKKTAI.N
' b bekl OH or alo.ul th Utlh rf .ormlr
J at of IM fand (.r riUrginr fort St. CUunh.
lL,rtt of fancy Ailwl.t, Cari4itiri, or other
cmi that orraaH.n, will be praicfnlly recvil
lioLron, Mr. P. C Jf.nn, or Iki Hrlen M.
c tDERT STIRLING,
, anUisnUlnj and Kniieer!
V.ST A HI.ISIIKI) RKI.ATIOXS
rttt Kjimnerms firms in tirrat liritain. Is
j! I rtan. pcitlcauf.na ar.J Estimates lor all
try. lit is also reaJy to Bixlpriake the loca
taUtrs, the C'oiieru. t.o3 cf Wharsea and
-lh Bunrry an.1 Construct. n of Kailwajs,
,p r Leads, Flume's, Ac.. Ac , the supe-rintend-
la eourse of construction, and all other work
M arsicea aa Valuator or Appraiser to all
t: rnf of Kaahumano an.l Queen Stret-l, IIo-
f I . Front A. M. to 4 P. M ai-26" 3tn
ry TOR SALE,
r4vAMlll t'tiirkrai llssrli.-wr-a.
jiiieit H- rklire l"ii, of llwr nuil
l if r. lice. '.llr n.lSaul4 1 irti all lt
14 1 and (( sle :
'i!r Ear, 10 months IJ, $12.
T Kfi l i miinths 14, $12.
f wer sif l. l the Silfr l.'up at theSac-
y U. Committee on rtin.
ilTi're Piss t $100 9 rh,
a - i. vi.l en 1. lion, l-inj alout one half
fs i h.r :.il.ru Mtis lor thoroughbred
f can b-ave orJers now, as 15 litters will
L at 4 Jitunl next. A.Mrrw,
A. UKRHtiH r, Hiiin ll.-tj.
iSHl SAL K !
..Ie tRMbf Kl OKI'K.HM KOH S LK
mtihuaa M-iui.Aea rte t. o the Ll are
'""'jtiM tad O.t Balldl.jr. Water
aid On. Jllle Terfftt.
- i . . r
ra nii.Liiu vnu.
r.o the prrnusrs.
kes X'tL. 'PRIDE OF THE WEST
a svTjl EST PIRP. TEST in the
Husk GiTmu;.t tJertiflcato. IJ'i3) and pure
imts.T'HITI:. ssaall M tl this Suti.c il
illeri t i CLLia C.
'" '""'cri. tTK ARRIVaf.S VIZ ;
l, Kalakaiia. lijcovery, and Australia.
".'il Family. B-ikers rlra, A KUorado FVr.
I...at J Corn y., M.al M hiiU U:,t4t
Erss. Il.y, atd t.r tule by
Carf liol.l.t:? At CO.
I ule H
3 Iron Works,
iHjIs, Engines, Boilers,
51 . VORATORS,
ci.iff.iwi. 'c:; won'-.
: en. r. wit,
,he -, i f .l.i:.w..i4i
. a .iT A
Irtc it i i i I ' -' j
iorfe IN UOI JLUl,1''
On th ;
f '.f car-.s if i' Ilr .
JFVOf FURNlTURI- 1
ifU at Lowest Re
advis.ii" J M.Qoeea itrrrt.
j. isr in i
'IZ- v. orp, kios si.,
'r,;viV Bedroom Sets !
,u.likluil ' - )
j of the -frvJ? :
CII A N' "sfcP' Barr; .. , Ae ,ir.
S, AgentTqr Havv'njs.
T Tl. B. HALES
HEK nCARRTOX THE -T-,,
where -. ;j B h I of Uawaie. '
I ! ,r . AA-euatrrs ai ala. is '-'-l
rs. fash vrooae
It urUt,H"li Jooel? . MT" ' "
BY p. S. BARTOW.
Special Sale of Carriages,
SATURDAY, - - JULY 12th,
At 12 oYI.-k, M , in fror.t of t-.ilceine.m. will be soil.
On-- Elegnnt ar..l Kasy Uur.nirg nar..uhc Carriage,
A Toj. Bugry. of superior wfirkmankliip ;
One SrirBle nrnrs
t H. IIARTOW, Auct'r.
On WcilncMlsiy, .Inly lO
At 10 o'clo. k A. M., at fairs lUnm, will be mil
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF DRY GOODS,
White an.! Drown Cottons . Linen Napkins,
I'riuU, llvmcry, and other goo-Is.
LOT OF FURNITUI.K !
EeJitesdi. Tables, Mattrawes,
Waximtand, C hairs, &C.
C. 8. BARTOW, Aucfr.
Superior Span of
ON TUESDAY- JULY 15th,
At 12 M., in fror.t of Salesroom, will be s.,Jd,
One fpvi ef Tli-muhbred Mares, formerly owned by W.
Walil.urn. and iii.pori-l from i'an Pranriaco, ex bark Kdward
Jauios. The atx.ve is a well-matched carriage team.
C. S. BAKTOW, Auct'r.
On Fort St.. at Auction.
ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 2d,
At 12 o'clock, noon, on the premises,
I am instructed to 9.-11 at public auction, the well known lot
situate.! oo Fort Htreet , above Beretauia, and a.ljoioing lue
pr.mises now occupied by Mr. T. J. Mossruan. This is one of
lh- riiot healthy and centrally located lots for residence ol
any in the city of Honolulu, and with a small outlay, would
y Id the interest on JTOOO at 10 per cent, per annum.
The abe.se sale offer a goe.! e.piortunity for the ermanent
tos. alment of capital. There is a dwelling house, cook house
ai. I bath house on the M. wl.i. h will be se.ld separately', and i
it- w r.-nt.d at fit a montb. Water is laid on in three places.
'I h- lt is well fenced, a part of which is nearly new. The
water pi s are all in e-d order. There is a carriage road
frrin lkretania Street ka-liog on to the premises in the rear.
Title perfect. Dee ds at expense of purchaser. A psrt of the
purchase money may remain secured by mortitaKe on the
premises. The above will be oflV red at an upset price of 4000.
Plans of this lot may be seen at bak-srom of C. B. Bartow. For
further particulars apply to A. J. C'artwright, Fjq. Terms
made known at sale.
C. 3. BARTOW. Auct'r.
By VIRTUE OF AX EXEtTTIOS ISSU
ED oat of the Police Court. In favor ef M. UEEK.N
K unsl AIICUOMi, l .r the sum of iW 77. 1 have levied on
and shall expose for sale all the right, title and interest of the
said Ahihr.rg, of, in and to sundry Tables, Chairs, Glasses,
Crockery, Move, 4e . Chairs, on the premises on Maunakea
Htreet, Oss Snlnrtlay, Ih. lUlts day ( Anga.l.
A. I., 1S7'., at 10, a. m., unless said judgment, interest and
ccsts be previously satisfied. W. C. PAHKR,
Ju'y 11.1ST9. 4t C. 9. BARTOW, Auct'r.
HV VIRTUE OF A WRIT OP EXECU
TION issued out of the Police Court of Honolulu, in fa
vor of fJ. WfcaT against J. M. CAMERON, for $115.30. I
have Irvi.-.l upon and shall expose lur sale at the Auction room
d C. t. Bari. w, Saisirdity, the Kills slay mf
Aagatt, at li o'clock noon, all the right, title and interest
of ll.e said J. M. Cameron of, la and to
C. NEW SKWING MACHINES.
L'uless said judgment, interest and costs be previously satisfied.
W. C. I'AKKK. Marshal.
July II, ISTO. st
.'. IIARTOW, Auct'r.
PAINTS AND PAINT OIL.
nl'IIIII''KS IM.'RE I.I.AI), II I HUirCK'S
White Zinc, Hub). ark's Pale lloileM Oil, Boston Spirits
Turpentine. For Sale by
jal 1'i HOLLKd k CO.
.MITICK that CO-IMUT.VKKSIIIP Unot DISSOLVKI
rK IIKRK'IV f.'IV K NOTICE Til AT WE
T do ne4 revard ,ulniit that the Cn-I'artnership known
as V. . AKAN'A At of llilo. Island of Hawaii, is dis
s..ve.,and that we cltiia t be lully entitled to all Co-Part-lu
rship risl.ls in said Crai and its
YOI NtJ OAN,
Honolulu. June 2. I7. (jul 41) OfssidFIrm.
RE. A I. ARTICLE OF
R0LLHS & Co.
hutney in quart Bottle, assorted.
al '7 J F r Sale by
WE HKi; LEAVE TO INFORM THE
pubUc that we have several
Trafts of Land snitable for fane foltarr,
In the Hamakua I'istrict of Hawaii, situate between the lands
of aipio and Kaholalele, aloog the Hamakua Coast, which
are well known to b Hm most prol.Oc in ugar Cane of any
lands on the Hawaiian Islands, jielelmg from
FOUR TO SIX TONS IER ACRE,
with very indifferent cultivation.
YVe also iih to inform the public who are in want of
WorLio 0f n and Horses,
for use on the land in the district, that there is :in unlimited
supply for bevf an.l urs.lt. together with manyotiicr facilities
available tliat cannot be described in a sh.t newspaper ad
vertisement. J. P. PARKKR.
V.&. AH partieulars regsr.lini; terms of least hoM, purchase
ef Ltruls, ea't'. h"
f'."iy I '-.
WiArj, I'Mnri. I. lan. - ; :
ia I lie J.iii . n f Kami kit i or S Kv'uri, ua a.i.
a x n
:.im w.isin Hi H(iiAo
blM:. AND HOWARD STS.,
. ii I r .u-i e. Cat i fro,
i. it. i 'r, i'i-f- KS. M'.iE, Sapt.
at., ct r 1 ;T XT2 7-
IN ALL ITS 1RANCHF.S.
ENGINES AND BO.'LERS
men PK:siui:oit coMroixD.
STEAM V tSSELS. of ad kinds, built complete with
HuUs of VT.kJ, Iron or t;"tr.i-ite.
i K IH V A R Y ENGI XES-miir..I-l when ad v! table.
HTEAM leA UfsCII KS. Barnes and fte,n Tuv-r con
structed will! rrfc-rence to ihe Trade in .huh they are to
be employed. Speed, tonoage and draft of iter j.Jlrla.
SUGAR MILLS AND SUGAR MAKING
MACHINERY madeafW toe M.si Appr-.ved fUnt.
A!v. all Boiler Iron VVrk conneeted th'rr ,iti
V AT EK PI PE. of Boiler or tle.t Iron.ef any sis,
made in suitable kr.glhsfor cenrctii g tih'r. or Sheets
Rolled, Punched, and Packed f. h.mer.l, rtijy to be
riveted on the rreuivl
IIIOKAILIC RIVETIX.PWti rk and Water
-.oe made by this tstablniio'iit. K'T-' 1 'r llyaraube
Rivetins: Machinery, that quality ct wo,. . (i,r .upe-
n. to band work.
Sll I P WORK. Ship and Fie-.j Ci 1t, Um W ; ,eh-
es. Air and Circulating I'jn.ps, in af.. r M .t Ap-
PI MPS. ferret Arting Pon. s. I r Irn.-.L'i..n er t iiy
Aater W.ks rpowa, I u.:t wi;h ll.e bi ite.l l.svy
Valve Motion, superior to r.y ..Ui- r pump juJl n
vIXas7y i --VIST os.
Frosss 1 Newfelrf. IN Vila.
Just Received In Sp.'cndid Order
And for Sule If
roTl7,f li HACKFtl.l. CO
Fox San Francisco.
THE A 1 BARQUE
Alphonzinc 55ellie !
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Port.
F'or Freight or passage, app'y to
jyl2 WM. G. IRWIN & CO , Agenls.
For San Francisco,
The A I American
T. II. HANSON", II aster '
ITlil Sail oo or About TIESDAY, the 15th.
For Treight or rassnpe, apply to
Jyl2 II. II ACKFF.LD t Co.. Agents.
F'oi JSriii IiTiiioisoo.
Having most ol her cargo on board,
Will Hare Qoltk DUpatrh far the Abore Tort.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
0. BREWER ft Co , Agents.
FOIt SAIV FRA1VCISCO.
TF1E WELL-KNOWN AMERICAN
Will Have Immediate Dispatch.
For Freiuhl or Tassge, apply to
jyl2 1t THEO. II. HAV1E?, Agent.
FOR SATS FRANCISCO
The American Schooner Yacht
" CLAUS SPRECKELS ! "
Lately arrived at Kaliului, and making the extraordinari
ly quick tune of
Nine and a half day s from San Francisco,
Will have dispatch on her return trip, to the above port.
Being fitted with elegant accommodations, and built ex
pressly for this route by her owner, John V. tprcckels, Esq.
this vessel offers suerior inducements to shippers and passen
gers. Qy5) WM. O. IRWIN At CO., Agents..
For Portland. O.
THE PAST SAILING! BARKENTINE
Jane uY. F'nllrinlJixi'Ef
Will Have Quick Dispatch for Above Port
For freight or passage, apply to
jy5 CASTLE & COOKE, Agents.
NEW YORK AND HONOLULU
DIRECT LINE OF PACKETS I
WII.CROSSMAN Ai BRO.,1 18 CHAMBER
JJTUEET, NEW YORK, AGKNT8. 03" P'
Class Vessel will be laid on for Honolulu,
To Sail not Later than the Middle of June.
Having already secured a considerable freight for this vessel,
there will be no delay in sailing.
jj- For Freight or Passage, apply to the Agents above
named. mh!5 3m
STEAMSHIP COMPANY !
FOR SAIV FRANCISCO.
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
Will leave Honolulu for San Francisco on
or about Monday, Aug. 4th.
For Sydney, via Auckland !
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
ZK ALAiVDI A!
ON OR ABOUT MONDAY, JULY 14th,
II. II ACKFELD & CO., Agents.
Good for Shipment per Slcaiurr tnu now
ise Stored, Free ef Clinrgr, in Ike Flre-praol
Warcbon.e wear lae Siensner Wharf. jl 79
TIME-TABLE OF THE
REYNOLDS, : : s : MASTER.
Tucs.lay, July 15, 6 p m
Tuesday, July 5pm ....
Tuesday, Juiy 20, 6 p m.....
Tuetday, Aug 5, 6 p m......
Tuexlay, Aug 12, & p m
Tuesday, Aug It), 5 p m
Tu.-s.lay, Aug 2, 5 p m
Tuesday, Hept 2, 5 p m.....
Tueselsy, beft 9. 6 p m
Tuesday, eVpt 10, 5 P m.....
Tii.-s.t4v Her o". jrr
Tw i .i , .v;d . J. " in....
Circuit or IJawal
.....Circuit of Hawaii
Circuit of Hawaii
Circuit or Hawaii
....Circuit of Hawaii
Cii u . : I?.wai.
7o Credit izx ras?a? Money !
... :ivlr !'- t-. ij'. :. ?.-o.-ii lor Tassanes, ana we
particular. tanlLeat.-- . ! ' !.. ll.veling public to the
necessity of having tla(.t'l.e " Freight plainly marked-, the
i-learner sn.l not te r ?p. nsibU; lor any unmarked baggage or
for any Freight or Parcels unless Receipted for.
FREIGHT MONEY DUE ON DEMAND!
Ia all cases rf Freight for parlies not lesponslble or un
known, the Vreitut Moty will be required In advance.
PACKAGES OF LIQUORS AND WINES
MUST ME PLAINLY MARKED
For the rrty whom they .e for, or plainly stalc-d In the re
ceipt to whom they are consigned.
All deroam'i I r Pamage or Loss, must be atade within one
-, no way . ' ' 'or V-.ss or accident lo live stock,
j j- Hick u:iers, Bovs, rr.d such like, will not be allowed
o.i board tl. ' imcr upe t arrival, until after the passengers
"mhHTJ1'1- WILDER C.
s. c is
si. r. aoBissoa.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
A T KOIUNMIWN WHARF. DEALERS l.
A U'BHi'l ail kinds of UUlLDINt J.ATBRIA1S
Pa:i.ts,li:s, Nails, Ac.. Ac.
a( Ksrr3 rca scBooaccs
KKKAL LIf .1II,
M A '.i Y ELLEN,
Honolulu, Hawaii., islands.
. PliANK COOKE.
jtOiiyT OF THF rOLLOWliC. CiASTSRS
FLAG. lied with Whits Ball. OFICK, Corter cf
Il5 79 Nuuauo and Qjeen Stre-is.
T. R. FOSTER & Co.,
ARGENTS FOR SCHOONERS
Mary E. Foster,
And the Water Boat.
se30 ly Office on the esplanade, II ' .
R E G C L A R
DISPATCH LINE FOBSAjTFRANCISCO
C. UKEWCR Jt CO. AGENTS.
Merchandise received BTORAOK VRER and
liberal cash advances ma-'e oo shi. ntil.Tt .
j42 79 C BRKWKK A CO.
BOSTON & H0N0LTJLTJ PACKET LINE !
ViV .'' -. BREWER At CO.. AGENTS.
'VJT .vocable arrangements eao always snale for
Stcragt and iHbtpm-nt of Oil, Fo"r, Wool, i..de
" 1 " Tr Merchandise to New Bedford, tiustun. New Y. rkanJ
.vei.. r ., --m (crOasliAdvasjresm.de.
)- is C. IBKUKR Jk CO.
Tax Assessor's Notice.
Under instructions from t'tie Minister of Fiuanec I
hereby notify all Tax ravers in the District of Honolulu
that where claim is made for deduetion of debt, that a
schedule of the debts, and t whom due, mnw t be liled
with me and made part of the sworn returns.
If the Asscpsiik ut List is net rtturncd to me ou or he
fore September 1st 1879, I t-hall proceed to make assess
ment according to law. C. H. JVDD,
Honolulu July, 11th, 1S79 Jnlyl2-st
Ornciat. notice has this day been received it thia De
partment that during the temporary absence of His
Excellency James M. Comly, Minister Resident of the
Cnited States of America, John M. Morton, Esquire,
Consul of the United States, will discharge the duties of
Charge d Affairs of the American Legation. All per
sons are requested to give Tull credit to all Lis official
acts in that capacity. SAM'L (i. WILDER.
Acting Minister of ForUt-n Aflaira.
Department of Foreign Aflairs, Honolulu, July 7, i$79.
Notice Is fvreby given, that during the absence of J.
C. Glade, EsqoJj, e, from this Kingdom, H. XV. Schmidt,
Esquire la recopnlsed by this Department as acting Con
sul for Germany, and of the United Kingdom of Sweden
and Norway. SAM'L G. WILDER,
ActinR Minisier of Foreign Affairs.
Department of Foreign Aflairs, Honolulu, July l, 1873.
Mb. David Kkawe&uaui has this day been appointed
n Agent of the Office of tho Registrar of Conveyances
for taking and certifying the Acknowledgments to In
struments for the District of Kawaihau, Island of Kauai.
Approved : Registrar of Conveyances.
SAM'L O. WILDER.
Registrar Oflice, July 7, ls7J. jy!3 lm
David Keaweamaiii has this day been appointed an
Agent to take Acknowledgements to Labor Contracts for
the District of Kawaihau, Island or Kauai.
SAM'L G. WILDER.
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Office, July 7, 1879. jyll lm
By virtue of tho Authority in mo vested by Chapter
XXXI. of tho Civil Code of this Kingdom, I, Samuel G.
Wilder, Minister of Interior, do hereby require and di
rect, that all Corporations created under, or by virtue of
tho said Chapter not being eleemoBinary, religous, liter
ary or educational shall, on the fourth Monday of tho
month of July in each year, prr-sent a full and accurate
exhibit or tho Stato or its affairs to me at my office, ruado
up to tho first day or July, preceding the muking of buch
Dated this third day of July A D. 1879.
jy 5 SAMX O. WILDER
Ma. J. Lima has this day been appointed Road Suier
vlsor for the Island of Mulokai vice J. Kaluapihaole, re
signed. Sam'i. G. Wildeu, Minister or Interior.
Interior Office, Juno 24, 1879. jy5 ill
TnE regular annual public examinations or the Gov
ernment English Day Schools In Honolulu, will bo held
On Wednesday, July 23d, at the Fort Street School.
On Thursday, July 2tth, at the Royal HehfKil.
On Friday, July 25th, at the Pohukaiua Schoed.
Tho Examinations will begin at 9 A. M. on each or the
ilay8 above named, and the summer vacation will extend
until Monday, September 15th, 1879, rroiu w hich date a
new term will begin.
By Order or tho Board or Education.
W. JAS. SMITn, School Agent.
Education Oflice, July 1st, 1879. jy5 3t
Lease of Government Land.
The lease Tor flvo years of one lot on the Esplanade,
60x100 reet. will bo sold by Tublic Auction at the Aliiola
nl Halo on Tuesday, the 5th day or August, 1K79, at 12 M.
Upset price 100 dollars per annum.
The location and all other information can be obtained
at tho office or the Interior Department.
SAM'L G. WILDER.
jy5 lm Minister ol the Interior.
list of Licenses Expiring in July, 1879.
Notice is hereby piven that all Licenses must be ap
plied for direct to tho Interior Office, and all parties are
cautioned about failing to renew expiring Licenses, and
all Sheriffs and Deputy Sheriffs have instructions to pro
secute without discretion, any and all parties doing
business without the proper License.
SAM'L IK WILDER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, April 30, 1H79.
OAUU 1 nan Same 4: Ayau, Nnuanu st, Honolulu
1 Hyman Bros, Merchant Ktreet. '
1 A McWayne, cor Fort & Merchant st, "
1 Wing Cheung Hung& Co, Nunauii st, "
1 TH liavies, Kauhiiiuanu st, "
1 Kong Wo CUong & Co, Kaneolie, Koolau.Ao
6 Tung Hung, NuuDim street, Houo.mIii
6 Man Clinck,
S M Phillips Jt Co,
7 Ah Low, " " "
13 John Chce Fo, " " "
13 C Akaiia. "
It Abulia, Wainlua
10 Nee Leo M. r. tania
18 H May At Co. Fort " "
2l Ah Nee, Nuuanu " "
21 KungOn. King " Pslania.
23 Meheoug Kee Jt Co, ror Maunakea Jk Hotel st
21 AVingChong Tai & Co, cor King k Maunakea
27 Chung Wa, cor Maunakea Si Hotel st nono
aO M li Silvtira, Nuuanu st Honolulu
HAWAII 6 Goo Kim k Co, Makapala, North Kohala
9 Han Same & Ayau, Kaiopihi, " "
It Henry Cooper, Kailua. Kona
14 C X Aiona. Kaiopihi, North Kohala
16 Goo Kim i Co, Apuakehau, North Kohala
15 H N Grecnwell, Kalukalu, Kona
20 J D Mills, Uilo
24 K Amu, Hamakua
24 Chalah Kela, Kukuihaele, Hamnkua
24 Akau, Kohanaiki, N Kona
27 C Y Aiona, Puhonun, Hilo
30 Sam Hung, l'ueo, Hilo
MAUI 1 C II Dickey, Hamakuapolo
MOLOKAI 3 Aka, Kaluaaha
JULY 1 Ilan Same k Ayau, Nuuanu street, Honolulu
1 Allan Herbert, Hawaiian Hotel, "
9 E Batchelor, Wailukn, Maui
21 Hon Kew, Maunakea street, "
27 Chung Wa, cor Maunakea k Hotel st, "
J iTLY 1 nyman Bros, Merchant street, Honolulu
1 T H Davies, Kaahumanu " "
18 II May k Co, Fort
JULY 1 TH Davies, Kaahumanu street
JULY 1 Allan nerbert, Hawaiian notel
JI'LY 1 Allan nerbert. Hawaiian Hotel
1 Gore Espinda, Lauaina
19 H E Ford, Wailuku, Maul
22 H I Nolte, cor Nuuanu Jk Queen st Honolulu
JULY 22 Shipmau k Eldarts. Ililo, Hawaii
JULY 12 J D Havekost, Maul
19 C S Bartow, Honolulu
jrLY 20 Man Chong
J ! LY 1 Wong Awo
1 Ah Long
V GOODS! NEW GOOD!! We havo just received
a sortment or new goods in our line. Among which
v to found a good lino or HANGING LAMPS and
v. i ; DET.lFwa Wo also have an endless variety or usc
t lclB ror house Veering g- port street.
' -t A CO.
' The ' QUEEN" REFRIGERATOR ii'Ut utit.
Can l bought at rtasouauie price i rum
n yu it
n - ClaB.SpreeUeU, of Callforala. lalead.
to r r truct A largo Ditch on the Island ol Maul, ror
lrri. bi.lg purposes. Any person or persons willing to
exc : t j or dig soo ref t or more or this ditch by contract,
and 1 1 "aid ror such work either by the number or cubic
feet ct y the number or running feet or the ditch exra
Tati requested to apply to n. Schnssler, Haiku.
Maui. r to Wm. G. Irwin k Co., Honolulu, who will givo
thorn Unnecessary inlornaUon xs
C By H . SCHLSSLER.
November 23, 1873. de7
07- SOMETHING NEW t-TO PLANTERS, FLANTA
tlon Agents, Graziers, etc., who are in need or a light
handy machino for setting up and mending fence wire,
will find just tho thing at Dillingham & Co.'s store. Fort
f g HEREBY GIVEN THAT V1ISUAJ5 Ji
B to a Power of Sale contained In a certain Mortgage lHeu
j-.i Msre.li ih. l7fl. m&.te bv Ksihulsul. Kesioti tw. 1
J. l.a Par.ianicf Uone.luln. Iluod o.' ..i.t-, lo V.'i ii ..m McC;
dto'n U ih same pU.c. of record in Ubcr ii. c:. pt. . 1
s id l'a and for a brea. h of the CjoditUins In said Mortgage
I.-id r'ialned, that !l and singular, the lands, lencmenis
snl hereditaments ia naid Mcttsae Ue-d camel and .!e.-ri!-
w.l', after the time lini.led l.y law. I sold al I'ibl.c Aoc
ujU oi. afount of the l.r. h of the conditions as hereinbefore
n.eci. .r..d. The prnH:riy in said Mortgage described Mng
uuiie in Manoa.Ctiu, and more particularly described lii
Royal Pate tl. No. 2id. Kuteana Ilelu 4570. and l.'js Jn iJoral
Patent. No. Kaiaua Help ,VJ.
l LLIAM McCAN DLES3.
CECIL BROWN, Attorney lr Mortgagee.
Dated at Uooolula, June 21st, r1.
To Sugar Planter?.
IIR.WOODIIE AD. REPRESENTING ihr
iTl famous House of Messrs. PONTIi KX WOOD, fu
... hinery makers of LonJon will i-i. parties orcoi.f r
with platers en the.r --tUves to I; n et , fncrisii plsrs ar.d
Iv a ay infom.f.Mc n to pan '.: r.r W u sr mv
ehinery. a i iress ;t :i ...i: -.. r .
rpsjiosE PREMISES SITI'ATE IN II I LO.
Ja oppeite the Court House, suabl lor a fln-el: - HoieL
AU in good order and repa.r Apply to
J. H. CONEV, 'on:jlu,
Ui 79 or C KIC.IARI'MJN. Hilo
i Commertial Sllthtriiscr.
SATURDAY, JULY 12.
Tiianks. Ours arc hereby tendered to Messrs.
Whitney & Robertson for files cf San Francisco
papers per Jatc arrivals.
eSt'iiuoxKit s?fXK. Tho LchuaUom Kapaa. Kauui.
reports lLat tin- Am. sell. B. II. Hamsddl, irom
lliinibnMi. went asboro al that place on the 10th.
and sunk in 13 !.-et of water.
Trim Your Teees. In thia hot season of all others
it ia conducive to health to have a free circulation cf
air ; therefore we advise householders to trim their
trees well up from the ground, and they Kill thus
lessen the probabilities of low fevers.
Hawaiian Evakqeucal Association. We have
received the Annual Report of the above for 1879, a
pamphlet of eome forty pages, and find it replete
with interesting and valuable information. On the
last page of the cover is a map of the Eastern half
of Micronesia, where the Association, co-operating
with the Boston Board, has important missions.
A Mistake. In the GattlWt account of the cele
bration of the 4 th of July in this city, it says : "At
12 m. a Royal salute of 21 guns was fired from
1 unchbowl battery." A national salute of 21 guns
was fired by the Hawaiian artillery loaned by the
authorities for the purpose, the expense of the same
being defrayed by a subscription among American
Down with tiie Di st. We hear that, with the
increased wator supply for Ihe city which will fol
low tho building of the new reservoir nt Makiki,
tho subject or water carts or sprinklers to lay tho
dust which is so annoying in our streets is being
canvasssed. Old residents will remember tho
Btreet sprinklers of twenty years since, and the
great comfort they afforded though salt water
was used then.
An Exodcs. Among the passengers for San Fran-
viato uj mi- man steamer on xuesaay last, were the
millionaires, "Jim" Fair and "Dick" ley they
use me use oi tuese nicKnames, lor being "wcll-hred' '
they can afford it who have enjoyed a pleasant va
cation amid our island scenes ; and among residents,
Hon. J Moti Smith ami fnmll. - (Inn rvl
. .j , v. u .uujijr me
American Minister Resident ; J C Glade, German
consul, anu wire ; r. ii. Davies, British Vice Con
sul and wife ; Hon. E. P. Adama, I. Q. Tewksbury,
A Biiokkx Voyage. Capt. Benj. Dexter, who
sailed henc on n, trading and whaling voyage in
the Arctic, on tho 9th ot April last, in the Ameri
can schooner LtMa, returned to this port on the
7th instant, having been not only personally un-
ioriunaie, uni uaving inei wun singular treat
ment from Ins countrymen at Alaska. We refer
to tho Captain's report under tho head of ship
ping memoranda. e cannot understand upon
what grounds the vessel was released whilo her
trade was taken, luo matter will no doubt be
properly investigated nt Washington, nnd justice
Plantation Labor in Fiji. Wo have a letter
from Luvuka. Fiji, dated April 1. in which occurs
the following passage . " i on can get laborers hero
at tho rale ol seven pounds per year, and their
board costs about two shillings per week each
man, n3 they live almost entirely on yams and
breadfruit.'-' This is corroborative o! what we
stated in these columns in May last regard
ing Western Polynesian labor ; although it may be
added that we aro informed it is customary at tho
Fijis to re engago tho laborers when they have
become accustomed to tne worn ana somewnai
civilized, at a higher rato than originally given.
This is without any advance lor. shipment Deing
required, and is alike beneficial to both parties
Distinguished Visitors. Rumor has it, that
three noted and highly skilled " cracks-men, " or
professional burglars, have been residents oi our
citv for a month nasi, and that they sailed henco
for California on the mail steamer, which at tho
same lime conveyed a detective who had been
shadowmir them, lhc heads ot me iionoiuitt
police are said to have been posted. Rumor goes
on to say that the burglars did not crack " our
bunk because they learned that thero was not
much gold in its vaults, and that they nad not
time to " spot '" the Treasury, where the gold was
supposed tone ueposuea. mcru is no quesuuu
but that wo are liable in these days to occasional
visits from this sort of gentry ; but our safety lies
in the few facilities we afford lor their operations,
andre difficulty in getting away with plunder.
1 Water ScrrLT. We notice with pleasure that the
Superintendent of Water Works is laying down a
six inch pipe along Dcretania btreet from lucuards
Street to Thomas' Square ; but we would suggest to
His Excellency the Minister of the Interior, who 19 a
practical business man, that the water rate payers in
iba; vicinity v 11 scarcely appreciate the increased
size of tneir ?iain if tjcir privileges are to be re
duced to the size of the taps that wc have eeen sent
out by the Superintendent of Water Works this week,
which are scarcely more than half the size of the
privileges heretofore allowed. It is poor policy to
increase the water supply of the city at public ex
pense, and at the same time to curtail unnecessarily
privilege of consumption to the rate payers, whose
privileues depend at all times on their adherence to
the regulations imposed by the Superintendent of
Water Works. We have no doubt that the Minister
of the Interior will give the matter the consideration
A Fatal Accident. At Makiki, near thia city,
on Wednesday afternoon last, a native youth named
Alapai, was playing with a pistol (an old-fashionod
single barrel) when it went off, and the ball struck
the boy's grandmother, named Kalaokoa. over the
eye and penetrated the brain, causing her death the
same evening. It appears that the pistol had been
loaded by another person for the purpose of shooting
a dog, which fact was unknown to-Alapai. What
makes the affair more painful is the fact that the
grandmother had brought up this boy from infancy,
and they were much attached to each other, eo much
so that on finding he had killed her he was with
difficulty prevented from committing suicide. A
coroner's inquest was held by Deputy Marshal Day
ton on Thursday, and the jury returned a verdict
in accordance with the above facts. The deceased
woman, Kalaokoa, was aged C2, and was one of the
old-time Christian natives. Her last and only words
after the fatal shot were Eakahele; e pule i ke
Akua " Be careful ; pray to God. Ono ia reminded
of the Christian's end as described by tho poet:
" His watchword at tho gate of death
He enters Heaven with prayer."
CAUTION TOJTHE PUBLIC.
To avoid imposition, purchasers or Waltham Watches
will observe that every genuine watch, whether gold or
siver, bears our trademark on both ease and movement.
Gold cases are stamped "A. W. Co." and guarantee cer
tificates accompany them. Silver cases arc stamped
"Am. Watch Co., Waltham, Mass., Sterling Silver,"
and aro accompanied by guarantee certificates, signed
R. E. Bobbins, Treasurer. The name Waltham"
is plainly engraved upon all movements, irrespective or
either distinguishing marks.
This caution is rendered necessary by reason or the
ract that our cases are freqnantly separated from onr
movements and put upon worthless movements of other
makers, and nVv rerifi, thus affecting injuriously the per
formance of the watches and vitiating our guarantee,
which Is intended to cover only our complete watches
wholly made by us. It Is necesaary, also, because it is so
notorious as to be a public scandal, that there is great
fraud in the metal quality of both gold and silver cases
as now Reneraily Bold. We have demonstrated by fre
quent assays that many gold and silver cases offered in
the market are debased from 10 to 20 per cent, from the
jSIaser. and accounts for" nenYv7v?"pricT"atwliIcnsucTr
cased watches have been sold.
We take this occasion to announce that we have re
cently entirely remodelled the very popular grades of full
plate movements, known by tho marks, Wm. Ellery,"
Appleton. Tracy k Co.," Waltham Watch Co.." " P. S.
Bartlett," and ' Broadway," giving to them not only a
highly improved appearauce, but great additional value.
We embody in them such of the lH'nt results of our expe
rience and study for twenty years as can b useful in this
popular form of watch. We give these new model watches
special recommendation to all who look for good per
formance and solid excellence at moderate cost. The
alterations have been made with the view of pleasing
prae tical watch makers, as well r.s wttb wearers.
Wc avail ourselves, too, of this occasion to warn the
pnblic asainst cheap watches. Tho superiority of
Waltham goods, in all grades, ts now so generally ac
knowledged that our competitors, Swiss and American,
seem to have no resource bnt to present the attraction of
low price. Their goods being inferior to ours, they have
to sell them for what they can get. Time are hard, and
people generally not knowing a good watch from a bad
one, very often allow a small price to decide them.
William Morris, the eminent English Lecturer on Art and
Labor Topics, In a recent lecture delivered before the
Trade Guild," says i
I know that the public in general are set upon having
things cheap, being so ignorant that they do not know
when they get them lisntr, also so ignorant that they
neither know sccare whether they give a man his due ;
I know that th ptnufactnrers, so-called,' are so set on
carrying out coof-tition to its utmost, competition of
cheapness, not of excellence, that they meet the bargain
hunters half way, and cheerfully furnish them with nasty
wares at the cheap ra ti"y .r" aa-t-J for, by n.vS'.s t.i
whet cull b-j cil. u by no reitier i.str.e I'nn I-mtV'
We at- k.mcu mi-taken if ti;s is what tne public wants
or expect", of us. at N ut. Giod wat : u. s cannot be n.a lo
!. !! neither we.rVman ncr employer l i ride in L;
occupation : interest at.d pl astir in lue work are both
v ai.tiui.', aixl 1k.:1i are '-!itial t (," 1 wate l:-j.iakir;.
I.ov I ri.e. (; . -n!ly iu wi lut, lii-ivs x.iew tji;i.:iY,
WITH Lu 1 tiiH fciTANt V. A.V! iili.H BEPAiBB.
Uiir n.lss..u vi4, cud our l";slnes is. to make good
watches, what. ver tfce cr.t-t ; holding firmly to 'his simile
purpos. we have seen Improvement in quality and re
duction in cori, l7 CSns of discoveries and improve
ments in machinery and by natural causes, go f X' a.l.'y on
together, until we can truly say, Walihar.i Witches, m
their r sic tive Trade, are the best watches n.a.ie, and
as to the lower grades, tuey are within reach of every
body who earns wages. Our prices ar as low 8i they
or.ghl to b, and as low as they will be. Wat. l.es cannot
be inade for nothing, even by ruacluaery. We say to the
I ulilic, buy a pood watch w lule you are abont it, and I ay
a I ro;.r price Icr It. The nve yea ray f n !.--.as. d--.i r
toe 1 t-ttir satisfied J vi wui be ,n t;.e e? d ; vl .u t be de.
... e d !y ci'.i f..r t iTi.ii'y descends iv-i.-r than pr :e.
i .- Ail.:r. tin Wt:.h Co., ' f Walttain, Mv-
BOBBINS c APPLETON, (Jene-al Agentz,
aj.19 Xi Yoik. x. V.
fkJT AH tl fat ive' .ueef Wslth-r -stcr -s -r .-alo at
the fitore t.f M ' I-.-."VY V .
A'so, t"' -i : i . u :. . ' .! - . -.;.:.- v
The Tr.a Suppne.1 at LO V ES 1 1 UiCt-.S. r. 3m
JZS- The yacht Claui Fprccke's sails from Ka
hului to-day and may be looked for this p. m.
The regular monthly meeting cf the Y. M. C.
A. will be held next Thursday evening, the 17th
inst., at the usual time and place.
Foreign Jcnons are notified to bo in attendance
at tho Supreme Court on Monday morning next,
at 10 o'clock.
I. O. 0. F. The following officers of Excelsior
Lodge No. 1, were installed on the evening of the 1st
instant. W. E. Foster, N G ; W Hopper, V G ; J S
Smithies, Rec. Sec'ry ; R Lewers, Treasurer.
What do tou Owe ? An opportunity will be nf
forded to tax payers to answer this interesting ques
tion, in an interview with the assessor; as see notice
under the head of "By Authority" in to-day's paper.
Steam. Three inter-island steamers arrived this
morning one from Maui and two from Kauai
besides sailing craft. The Lchua is said to have
beaten the Jus. akec 55 minutes on the passage
Si rrLEMENT. For an exhaustive article by a cler
gyman of California, entitled The Coro of the Chi
nese Question;" an amusing suppositious scene in
Honolulu from a Down East paper ; and other inter
esting reading, sec supplement cf to-day's paper.
Runaway. Yesterday afternoon rt horse nnd
dray, without a driver, ran away from Queen
street and up Fort, knocking a wheel from an ex
press wagon and runnin; over Mr. J. W. Gibbs.
We hear he is not considered as seriously injured.
Who's to blame ?
Music. The band will play this afternoon at
Emma Square, at half-past 1 o'clock. The follow
ing is the programme :
March Albert Edward
Overture Peter chmoll
Cavitana Lucia di Lainmcnncor...
Walti The Violets ,
Galop Per force
The Fopbtii in Kohala. A correspondent writ
ing from this district says that there was a great
deal of drunkenness iu public on the 4th, and intox
icated people were arrested by the dozen. Some ten
Chinamen have been arrested for selling intoxicating
drinks to the natives, and more are to be arrested,
one native alone having informed on five or eix celes
tials. Theatre. The California Company is expected to
arrive by the steamer due on Monday, and will open
at the Royal Hawaiian on Thursday evening the 17th.
The attraction will be superior to anything that has
been oflered to Honolulu theatre-goers for some
years although it must not be forgotten that wo
have had in the past occasional visits from some of
tho best talent The Theatre has been thoroughly
renovated and strengthened during the past week,
and ia perfectly safe for tho largest audience that may
637" A correspondent, whose letter came too late for
this issue, complains that the Post Office was closed
on Monday evening last, (the mail for the East leav
ing very early on Tuesday morning) and that thus
the usual facilities were not afforded to procure post
age stamps; and suggests that some arrangement
should be made whereby stamps can be had when a
foreign mail is going out. It is suggested that the
attendance of tho Chief Clerk to sell stamps on such
an exceptional occasion, would prevent the inconven
ience complained of.
The uueen's Hospital.
In accordance with public notice a bi ennial
Meeting of tho Members of the Queen's Hospital
waa held at Aliiolani Halo, at 11 o'clock on Satur
day last, the 5th inst.. His Honor C. C. Harris, Vice
President, in the chair.
The Treasurer made a valuable and minute re
port of the receipts and expenditures of the Queen's
Hospital for the bi-ennial period and of the gross
receipts and expenditures from its commencement
to tho present day, a period of twenty years. This
report we are pleased to give in full, and call the
attention of our readers lo tho statistics given.
Repoht op Treasurer.
As required by the first Article of tho Charter of the
Queen's Hospital, tho Treasurer makes the following
report, showing tho sonrco and amount of receipts, and
the character and amount of expenditures, durini' the
two years ending on this date; and also the total receipts
and disbursements from tho establishment of the Insti
tution to the present date, a period of twenty years,
May 31, '77 By balance cash in bank $ 279 29
1879 iroui pay patients, lor
the ii months ending
Mar. HO, '77...fl,550 7
From pay patients, for
the C months ending
May 31, '78....I1.722 &2
From pay patients, for
the C months ending
Mar. 30, 78. .$2,077 15
From pay patients, for
the 0 months ending
May 31, '7S....$2,43u UH
$ 7.S12 I.J
By receipts from Haw.
seamen and passen
ger taxes for the C
iiios. ending Mar. 30,
177 $2,990 40
For the perioel ending
Mar. 30, '78...$3,C21 52
For the period ending
Hept. 30, '78..$.J,5t(i 00
For the period ending
Mar. 30, -79...f 5.W.5 41
. By receipts from tho
aid in support, for C
1110s. to Hept. 30, 1877
To March 31, 1878
$:j 500 00
To Novem. 30, 1878
Donations His Ex'cy
J M Comly $C 00
FA Solomon . .$25 00
$ 31 (10
Legacy Fund Gov't ap
propriation ror this
account to cover amt.
or bcqucst3 realized
to date $1,500 00
From estato H Pren-
dergast $150 00
$ l,r.50 00
Amount received for
interest on Legacy
Fund $ 52 CO
By returned duties on
teas purchased. .10 12
By sales of empty dem
ijohns $10 15
By sales or salmon
condomncd $5 15
By sales or charcoal
condemned $7 25
$ 37 C7
June 1879 To amount paid physician's salary
montns i,'sj uu
To amount paid salary of purveyor
aud wages of servants (1,435 00
To amount paid for provisions,
medicines, furniture, bedding,
lights, fuel, coffins, washing, etc.. 21,532 27
To amount paid repairs to build
ings and labor C37 91
To amount paid insurance against
fire, $15,000; premium for 1 year.. 242 70
To amount paid gas machine, f luo,
piping and fitting per contract,
To amount invested in Hawaiian
Government bonds to initiate
"the Legacy Fund" 1,000 00
To balance cash in bank .. at.i.m
May 31, lai'J By balanco cash in'
bank J5.G20 oO
Total payments for the twenty
Balance cash in bank
Jonv II. Patt,
Treasurer of the Queen's Hospital.
Honolulu July 2d, 1879.
The Secretary read bis bi ennial report to the
Society, which is full of interesting information,
and proves mat tne uueen's Hospital 13 t-Dicienllv
carried on and increasing in usefulness.
The report deserves the careful perusal of our
readers, and we print it therefore in full.
BI-EXN'IAL KEPOKT OF THE SECRETARY.
nONOI.ri.B. Jlllv. 1st. 1870
To tfie Members of the Queen's llntjrital.
Gentlemen : I have the honor to submit in von
short report in regard to the condition of the Hospital
teday and its derations during the bl-ennlal neri.ut
It is with natiffactlon and pleasure that we may lor,k
back upon the last two yean of hospital work, t,ul I trust
that our statistics will prove that we have not been ne-
gieciiui 01 tne duties devolving upon us an a hospital
society. The influence of the institution has taken larger
grounds, and while the native of these Iln.i .ir'-a
the earn welcome. -i"v rei.triir.r .i, '.":,..
;itei na.ui cretvioie evithout morey rr tho
foreigner aUo who hss made tVo Thiols his iioru'.) cr
who lanrls on fieee. s! or's ia a Bit i con.btl' ti, ls a.i
opportunity to l.fjefit by our Loi-'dt. ..ivi ! -1 ft a
m. Kb rat charge. All this c)"r!v ; ', c . . , t:l0t v.- 't'l' t-n'h
Hpitl has be.'OMf a 'i.-.-.-svtv a -.id that it i.t-.g.-own
iat. our island lite s a ii; ai..i pan 1 1 .t. ax.t ,n rr
sorely 11.1 . 1 :-i.if., t; v. v .,....( , j ,t ,t I feel
e..;.LJe i.t t. er. f t..,t r. . i.sv.hKh our !a-
Hovereigo Kane hameha IV, aud his Queen bad in the ..
tablisliment of the H"?-it! have 1,. ..n f,ji j v r'-iJNed and
that that Institution the n.. t lasting ii.f u"rti; gift
-wliich the i.vr.tutv- of tho ivame -Ki-.nt L - uid have left
to their people.
I h f offer few statist; '-s mo, t. ? u- .' - -h 'Vital
wcik during the bi-ennial 11.10. iii..v cio.-int; :
Iinring that term 934 persons have been received a in
door patients fit the Hospital, of whom 604 were Hawaii
an. and i0 foreigners, a;.d !71 persons were treated as
outdoor patif-nts.while tr.e sum of i-ti.uZl.M 1 as be-en ex-j-eaded
f.:r tr.e requ'reiur rd 1 f the Horpital during that
t.iuo. 'me inn..Vvr wf c'-.i-tn-. were 97, which is a trifle
abov- lj vt e tt., u:i.l - ;. bo a to..rrikt propor.
t:cn ia orsparisU .h h'm'.Ur li-stitntlots in Ovber
'liic iu !;.U t f tl..- li.; I tl.r IT Tai tn-l
en. foreign patitats lisrc tic-n r,iut- 11.-C. .. ... $U,7.rJ.,
and $7,12i2, ren-.e. t.vel ,-. . i , , -t.t. , ; ,ur ttia
re.iiiirenients f the 1- '.'r.t,;.:. t .v. , : .:ild be
vtiwtsa to tate o ncnrc i , .. - , , 'i 3 - at
i .".!!! cf Chine-... la;vr u aurit. tu. :. , i abje t
liuetd.t l i, ctnnct pos:-i;.ly cnUni.e f..r i ugtu cf
tif.e, aud if the uuiuber -f fviti.n i-ati.-itH f Uvs.
pital should still increase, the accomodation. 1 for them
will have to be enlarged vi ry soon and at "'' ' .l ?f.
This subject is jt..- t I;,.w 1111.br col,Klt. rut ion ' '
B.rd of Trustees . . . Th. remarks s iggeFt t her,
selves 1tV connection with the 11. xt l-' idative ""''rt
ations for the Queen's Hospital, aud it U w 'J
here that these appropriations are iu. d by the. 0rJ
Trustees only so tar as they are required lor the c
carrying on of the Hospital and no u.e. fhe pr. ni
appropriation has not been drawn Hii.ee Nov. "
The Thysiciaii and Purveyor of t he II iv -pi tal - "' TT
tho commendation of your llouyra b 1 W ody JJj
community at large for the.r 'M' "? rk of tl.e
iu their respective depsrtme i.ts. and as the w i U 01 tne
PhyHiciau has of lato greatly i"' B vbystl
Trustees have concluded to appoint ,( a ,
cian for professional consultation and attendance, at an
times when required. tratiil bnlldlnps.
The scrupulous cleanliness t.r the H'!'1"1 V,. il uie
their comparative lreenesa from bad air. tl. ,"l,r
and car. fully kept garden """"ul,n;"llnJ?j&
a peculiarity-of his Iv utiou for y. 7 .'" .A "Vp"
no further comment, .it -t it i " V.'Tth.mTS In
know that the llo..iMl r. tn.i r,nld,11f"'I. m abAad
every particular, and fits' v l bjHicians in-ni abroan
take favorable notice i.f it. .,,. wi.a hiva
In looking over fie !:-t f nanus of t !. ''" J
be en instrumental !. the . stabli-hmeut of th w een.
Hospital twenty y. ar- .-. .1 in raj ' '"h nd how
manv of them 1,hs. 1. taken '.way ":S2Z
many more are now dwelling H liHZhi iS
time to time th. irrat.K-. Lave bee a partially IJ 'T W
and worthy numbers, but u :, rth. U -m tiu thouS bt
gests itself that the names of many ni -ro ft "IwlSl
residents do not as yet oppi nr on tli.- l.-l t-f J- f n" '"J
of tho Queen's Hospital, u ho e.ugl.t t. be tlit rc. 1 ay
bo periiuttid therefore in closing iny r. K tt I t i
them that tho Queen's Hospital needs and is ;',uy.1'
.11 the intelligent support and co-opeia 1 n Lull I
romniunity cau give it. and that it solicit this at tim
hands of its friends and w llwithers.
F. A. chae i n. Secretary.
fter reading and discussion or lliehe reports by
the members of the Society present, the Secretary
read an official communication from His I.xce loney
the Minister of the Interior, stating that Ilia
Majesty the King had been pleasad to re-uppoint
His Honor C. C. Harris, Vice PieHident of the
Queen s Hospital fur the bi entiial period next en
suing, and to approve of the following appolnlnient
for Trustees for tho term of four yearn from now,
viz. : His Excellency J. M. Kapena, F. A. hchaefer.
Esq.. Dr. E. Hoffmann. Hon. K. P. Adams, J. 1.
The following gentlemen were then elected a
Trustees on the part of the Society for the same
period of four years: 1 Ion. S. N. Caslb". J'dm II.
Paty, Esq., Hon. W. L Gicen, lion. W. C. Prk,
Hon. II. A. Wideinan.
Ariel- the adjournment of the bi rnninl meeting
of the Queen's Hospital, the board of Tiusteea
held a special meeting for tho election of officers,
which flection by ballot resulted iu tho choice of
the following gentlemen to tho respective office,
viz: J. II. Paty, Esq., Treasurer; F. A. So hue for.
Esq., Secretary; Hon. E. P. Adam. Auditor.
Executive Commit It : Hon. C. K. llishop. A.J.
Cartwright. Esq.. F. A. Schaofer, Esq . J. U l'"'.
Esq., Hon. W. C. Parke.
To the Kldor of the Vaciic Commercial Adiertiscr :
Sir : I noticed in Ihe last Inane of the Gaulle an
enthusiastic notice of tho " celebration of tho glo
rious Fourth of July." Was this necoiinl ol tho
Gazelle's " sarkastick '"t It is line the Goveriiineiit
offices were closed at 12m, and many stores, but
many were not closed ; nor was there a Salute
fired from Punch bowl battery. Thero was a Pic
nic at Capt. 1 1 ol) ron's to which the Sunday School
Children and their punnls were iuviled. Also n
Reception of Government oflii-eis and Foreign
Consuls, and perhaps a few others by invitation at
Minister Comly's. The invitations were strictly
private, nnd strangely worded Ao public notion
was given by him to Americans to visit him lis
their representative, nor did he ak their co opera
tion in celebrating tho day. Had he done no. Hits
day would have been celebrated in a proper man
ner. Consul Morton could not net, although lie
was ready and willing to do so ; but having just
arrived nnd being a stranger, of course wailed for
the orders of his Superior, (officially.) Minister
Conily.s predecessor made the same kind of a
blunder on our centennial celebration ; totully
ignoring tho American residents whilo entertain
ing the Foreign officials ; but fortunately Consul
Scott was not a stranger, and led by bim tho day
was properly celebrated.
On tho next Fourth we hopcCoiiRnl Morton will bo
allowed to tako the lead, as probably (hero will bo
no Elections East, to attract the attention of our
Minister. Nativk Amkuicak.
To the Editor of the Pacific Commercial Advertiser.
Sin : The annual examination of thia Institution
took place on June 25th. and 2Gth. Tho examina
tion of the pupils in the various branches was high
ly satisfactory. The general appearance cf the
school waa remarkably good. There was a degreo of
readiness, self-possession, and clearness which gave
evidence of fidelity on the part of the teachora and
industry on the part cf the pupils. Tho exercises in
Geometry and Trigonometry, Grammar, Uook-kcep-ing.
Physiology, and History showed special excel
lence. The Scholarships, based upon the proficiency and
deportment of the pupila during the past year ami
their standing at the annual written examination,
have been awarded in tho Junior Class to Wm.
t'bas. Aclii of Kohala and T. K. Robert or Honolulu;
in the Junior flats to J. K. Maluo cf Puna,, and Noah
Kepoikai of Wailuku; in the Sophcvrrioro Vlaaa to
Ilcnjamin Kahoopai of Kau, and in tho Frcs'rnan
Class lo O. W. Pilipo of South Kona.
FridayJunc 27th waa devoted to the Rhetorical
and Graduation exercises at the Wainee Church cf
Lahaina, and was attended by a good representation
of the parents and friends cf the pupils. Thegradu.
ates are T. K. Robert of Honolulu, Wm. Chae. AchI
of Kohala, J. liotucla Kalcihopu cf Kohala, and
Joseph Aio of Kona, Hawaii ; and arc tht fire I who
have received diplomas from the Institution kiuco Ut
reorganization in 1877 with the English language aa
the medium of instruction -,ir original oraiiona
were well written, ' enounced in a m7
dittiuct and effecth . r. Most cf the dooUuta.
tion8 by the mcmbe ..10 lower classes w-re ah.
well delivered, and t -nusic was especially fine.
The Institution has now completed twoyeart tint a
its reorganization. The t reient number cf pupils .
seventy five. No one who wi prcicnt at tf.c.r clot
ing exercises could havo failed to receive the im
pression that the school is favord with an excellent
corps of teachers and is accomplishing a good wotk
for the Nation. D. V. ii.
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
J!y tho arrival on Thursday ol tho schooner
II'. JT. Meyer, wo have Sun Francisco dulos lo
Ntw YonK, June 24. The Tribune to-day thinks
tho liiHO is at hand for an aggressive commercial
policy by tho United Slates, and that only re
actionary efforts in our home politics, which seeks
to givo (fleet to tho benlen ideas of tho Rebellion,
prevents this administration from such active
measures ns will extend our rotmnercial supre
macy in several directions. Quoting the recent
utterances of the Pall Mall Gazelle lo tho effect that
England ought to displace American infliieuco In
tho Sandwich Islands, tho Tribuve says: Tho
time will como when our merchants and manufac
turers will conquer from the old world a lureo Hhar
of the trado of the West Indies, Mexico, Central
nnd South America, nnd tho fertile archipelagoea
of tho Pacific, where our commercial interests in
those quarters am keenly watched and jealously
guarded by our Government. No European
journal will then remark that " American Influence
ought not to be supremo in the Hawaiian Archi
New York, June 21 Tho 7riown tnys : Tho
veto message is short and sharp. Jtcutalikea
knife, and is ho plain nnd direct mat every citizen
win now uk"'""""1 issiiu 10 wiucu the con-uur-ersy
net ween the President nnd I
been narrowed. Tho President's curt neiitcncea
go to tho mot of I ho matter. They arraign tho
members of Congress as law breakers.
Pahis, Juno 21t Prince Jerome Roiiaparlo
will publish a mt ato this evening, declaring
that he remains inthfiil to his Ajacio pro
gramme, in which he announced his Republican
principles, and adding that ho is not a pretender
to Imperial occupation while his dormant claims
bar the succession as to any other pretender.
London Juno 23d In the House rr Common.
Iourke, Under Secretary of Foreign Affairs, aaid
Germany, Austria and Italy supported the recom
mendation of England and Franoe to the Khedive
to abdicate, but he has not yot replied.
By the arrival of the Frenoh bark JllJionse Ztlit.
on Monday last, we are in receipt cf San FrancUco
dailies to the 23rd cf June. The newa is interest,
ing. The prinoipal itema arc, the death cr Prince
Napoleon, killed by the Zulus in South AWca ; the
demand cr European powers upon the Khedive cf
Egypt to abdicate ; a threatened war between Rua
sia and China ; and in the United States, another
veto rorcseen by President Hayee and another extra
session of Congress. Business in the Statea however
iarepoilr.dfc dly reviving. We compile tele
grams .0:0. -i .t' Jatca.
Nov Ioek 1 14th. The Sun to-day, refer-
ring to he c v of Germany with Samta, aaya :
Biiiik rver,!i, d this treaty bffore the Bon (lea
rn:!, U bx'y proved it and attached thereto
terms of i rt . '-";- . agreements with the Chicfa of
the Ellioe, Jaiuit a 1 Ralick groups of Islands. It
would not be tur rising, eventually, to find Ger
lair.y, by coungc u id skill, placing herself in front
cf the United Ktv.0 in her relations with Samoa and
our former adT:,tc ;ea largely frittered away. It la
already annojneed hat Germany is negotiating with
Japan for a treaty like the abortive one which our
country made, but which in her hands vUlaot prove
Chicago. Juno ICth. An Inter-Ocean Waabing
ton special nyg : rhe movement has assumed defi
nite fchipc to rt-tL n. Jeff Davis from Mississippi aa
Senator in case hit Usabilities can be removed. His
friend say he wt
the leader cf lid
! disarm eritioism by becoming
lerate elcmeat ia Congress.
Lokix).v, Juno i'.'d. A despatch from Paris re
ports tht.t Priac 1 .' rome Napoleon will not alio
either hielf cr s sens lo become pretenders to,
tho Irope-.ial thron v