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We bar had a Try quirt wek, Inl little bu.inr r.f
UJ kind twin, tranM-tL Mr. C. S. I:rt.rw hrld a larye
ale at Athtino 00 We1nIay aol Thorwlay f arvo
R'1 frm ump, at which the att-rMan e a fall anl
the btiMinjf spirited. Fair prl- w re realized, rc Hol
ering the timn, am gnn. wrf di;-Td f ! the value
of nmrthioir over f IVjO. TLe sale will b cntinu -I n
Ia rard to the eirrirnltural tat of affair, we learn
that about twenty sntfar mill. lr-f ami nn.aH. are nrw
Krindinir. anil fmr nioi will romniro-nce within t a
day. In Dw'mlr, iij sb-mt the 1 'tis fc ?nh. thrre
Will be thirty grinding ; In January, l'th t 3.-th. furty ;
and ia Febuarr forty. five always troTlJrd that wind
act weather permit, and bo a .J-r-t li.t-rvrne. Ia
vary baj weather sum have to atop ; an 1 from eorne
poiutm It ia Impoeelfcle to abip sugar even when the
Wwather admit of grinding. There will not be a large
quantity of aagar at hand before the next eteamer lrave
for Saa Fraacieco ; but with favorable weather the re
ceipt la December should be large. Lately the weather
baa been more favorable for grinding cane than for ruak
tea; sugar. We regret to hear of the loe of aome mach
inery lately at Paaohao. canaed by the recent " North
er. and alao at Hnelo, by a f reahet.
There hare been four arrivals this wetk two cf lum
ber, one from New York with nulxe to Cantie A O-oke,
and tba learner from China the tatter's cargo conslnt
laig eg Chinese radae. There was but oae departure, the
- Lady Lampwrt for Ben Francisco, with domestic produce
valued at pi,7SAj.
1L0G THE U 1MB. IS.
Toe) An tktn Laura K Bnraharn. arrived yet-rday,
134 day from New York, with a K-t-ral raryo. ronitfn-i
to Meaara Cantl A Cook; she has hauled in to Brewrr A
'o's wharf to discharge.
At Allen a; Roblnwn's wharf, the Am Lktne Catteries
. SaslJ. sj la discharging a cargo cf lumlx-r.
At the Esplanade, opposite the Cntmi Houxe. the Am
lk Q Almy. is loading for Sao r rancico, for which
port she will sail some time next wrk.
The Brit bk Viola Is discharging at the old St. aniahip
At the for.t of Fort it the Am bk Cyane la loading for
Baa Francisco, to sail soon, and the Am lk Jruny 1'itt-t,
ia discharging lumber.
(THe Am bk Penan Ls disc baring Cat at the P M 6 3
. ! Tba ciiiaa atni Horhong. which arrived M(-pIy from
China, with 4 -A) Chinese, haa dot ked at the PMSh dork.
The Haw bk Kalakaua baa hauled off In the strt-am,
whrra aba laid about two year ago. where she will wait
for farther order.
PORT OP HOIJOLULU, II. I.
w ft Asa bk ta Cathenna S oddea, I nga!l. Port Townsend
11 Am bk A Wen Hesse. oyr, 71 day from Astoria
passed tba port en mate to Hoackoog.
13 An bk Jenny Pitts, itieveit. M days Port Cam Me
14 Bktne Laura R burn bam, Phillip, 134 day from
Nov It China stm llochung 24 laya from Canton
lie flaw brig Jolia M Avery, Avery, (r Johnson 1
11 BrU bk Lady Lampsno, Martoa, tor Bn Francisco
11 An bk Severe. Udatyre, it Port BUkeley
Veewela far II si - I'wria.
Brit stm Australia, Sydney, die Nov 24
Asa Man City of Sydney, can Franeteen, doe Dee 1
An ship Oca Bauer, Newcastle, NSW, loading Oct 16.
(,r bk August". Cardiff, doe Nov 20-24
Brit bk Lady Head. London, doe Nov ZS-ZO
Bnt bk Caama, Liver pool, due Dec 1-S
Brtl bk Narham Castle from Glasgow due Dec 20-25
Brit kk Highflyer, London via ci Michaels, sailed from Loo .
doa Sept 9
TL w bk Hawaii, Booth Sea IsUmU
BrU bk Contest, Liverpool, sailed July 30 via Valparaiso
An bk Helena, New Castle, doa Nov 1&-20
. Bra) kk Tokolca, New Caatia, loading Sept 23
An bk Arkwright, New Castle. .N b W, loading 8ept 9
An kk D C Morray, Ban Franetaeo. due
Haw bk lale, Bremen, doa Feb 6-1Q, lsV)
An bktaa Kliav, Baa Francisco, doa
An bktaa Discovery, Saa Francieen, doa Nov 25-30
An bktaa Joa Parkiaa. Port Gamble, doa
aU!atea acb Vivid, Panning Island, due Nov 20-25
VESSELS IN' PORT
' i An bk Jenny Pitta, Sieves U
' An bk Penan r. Patten
Haw bk Kalakaaa, Jenka
An bk H W Ahny, Frerman
An bk Cyane, Uanson
Brit bk Viols, Price
An bktaa Catherine Sodden, Ingalls.
Haw bgtne Pom are, (ur sale
An lopwd Kb Luleta, Dexter
AnKbGenl Harney, Tripp
An arh Joa Wooliey.
Haw acb Jalia A Long.
Haw Kb Giovanni A pianL Oelley
Bkta Laura R Barnham, Pbillipa
China atmr Uochang
Tor Onana Island, per J M Avery. Nor SWamea Hix-
on, Wm U Perriman.
From Hongkong, per Ho Chong, Not It Senor More.
BO. mod Ml Chineae. .
From Hongkong, per Ho Chung, Not 1 1120 pkga
From Port Oaiuble. per Jenny Pitts. Nor 13 2T4.9C3 ft
lumber, l'JO m shingles, 5 tn laths. 2U corns nrewoou.
' 'From Pott Townsend. per Kate Sudden, Nor 8 IS4,
1m ft ItiTnh.,
T-mrm New York, tx-r I .aura R Bumhaiu. Nov It 800 U
pkg hardware, V bale paper, tJSi '- soap, UM ra'
coal oil, 400 ton coal, pkxa machinery, lot carriage
. and wagon material, lot piling, bquora, steam engine
f sad mlae mdae.
Tor Ban Francisco, per Lady Lampaon. Nov 10 376
pkgs sugar, 117 pkg rice. Jt'.irj pkg dry bides, 1J5 bm b
Daoa&AA. Domestic Value 3y Tirt-lft
Bcott Matrao In thia City, Nov. 10th. by the Kev.
af.Knaaa, Mr. Josrs Scott of tbe Honolulu Ice Mannfac
1 lory, to Maxcro. a Hawaiian.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15
' FJDAT, the 2Sth inst. being the tbirty-sLxth
noniveTsarj of the recognition of Hawaiian in
dependence dt France and bnzland, will, as
usual, be observed as a public holiday.
Ilis SIajtstt's birth-day occurs on the 16th of
.November, wbich coming this year on Sunday
(to-morrow), will be kept as a Holiday on Mon
day neat. The King will spend his birth-day
out cf town, proceeding as we learn to Ewa to-
. day, where on Monday there will be a regatta of
hsati and we bear tbat a horse-race is on
tbe tapis. In the city the day will of course be
very quiet one, though some of the horse fanci
ers may possibly get op a horse-race on tiie 1'art
' In advance, in common with the nation at
large, we very heartily wish llis Majesty many
bappy returns of the day. Long Lots Ki:
Fo OJn of tbe most astounding pieces of
editorial btueencse, combined with grovelling
and nauseating personal flattery, see the article
in this week's Gazette under the beading Ti c
Chinese Problem." For wonderful stupidity it
really surpasses any of tbe previous performances
of that journal in this particular line. Any one
who will read the letter of Mr. Whitney referred
to on the Chinese question, will see that so far
from being a phflo-Mongolian in principle, as is
the editor in question, be is in lact most decidedly
in favor of the policy which has all along been
advocated by tbe Advtotiser, that the govern
ment should speedily adopt any suitable measures
designed to check tbe increase of the Chinese in
these Islands. And yet tbe editor in question
proceeds (in a Pickwickian sense) to pat Mr. V
on the back, and in a patronizing way tells bim
that besides being a man of candor, deliberation
and good common sense, he has the great good
fortune to be on the same side of the question
with that paragon of wisdom and consistency, the
tepated editor himself! This is the perfect acme
of one of two things either stark stupidity or
Th U. S. Treasury Department, under the
control of our good friend Secretary Sherman,
evidently watches closely to see tbat we Hawaii-
ans ret no andue advantages under tbe ireaty.
In the schedule of free goods is tne toiiowmg :
" Cotton and manufactures of cotton, bleached
.vihed. and whether or not colored,
(AvAJVal As-a. .
stained, minted, or printed."
Onr customs authorities, very reasonably we
thiai, construed this to mean cotton goods,
ae.0 sheetings, long cloth, calicoes, and such
like piece goods, but not to include ready made
clothing. Bo Treasury Department at
Waahir. has decided that it does mean
.t: a nf witton. including articles of
4ear and ha made a formal demand on this
overnment so to construe it. Of course, though
may diter in opinion with the Secretary, we
are not in a position to aispw p-
understand the Government iaT renceded the
We LEJkRN that tf.eie are two cliiefs of the Is
land of Ilotuiua row (quartered at the Ilutl. Aa
there is quiie a number of their countrymen here
er.gngcl ad laborer on j Iantation. thee cbiefs
h;ive ubtlc?s come to look into their circum
rCince. treatment, JLc. and u(on the refrt made
by them ta their peoj le will dercrid our future
euccoe in btainin freeb ur j,liea of thee dceir-
able im:nigrat,t(. vith which to recut-erate our
native jif ulatiun. !y our lat censu it ar rear
ed that tl.ere u more malenatite Hawaii-
t sr a . Y-h M
and tt.ao icmai. Ai iioiuma me lemait-s out- i
number the mal. It i uiineceafary to enlarge )
ujKjn the d-imoralizmg. not to aay dangerous yje- j
itjjn which Hawaii nei occurie as compared j
itb Rotuma in thu resfct, more eercially in J
view of the increasing arrivals of male Chinese at
these liUnls. N j would it not be a sound policy
on the (art of the B-ard of Immigration to make
an effort t procure some of these surplus Rotuma
woman to help restore the parity between the sex-
? The people of that IeUnd are not heathens.
having been Christianized many years since. Prob
ably the influence and good offices of the chiefs now
here might be secured in the project of obtaining
seTeral hundreds of the unmated females of their
Inland to emigrate to Hawaii. Possibly after the
arrangements bad been completed, one of tbe
steamers of the P. M. Co's line, on the passage
from Australia, might be induced for a fair com
pensation, to stop at Kotuma for immigrants, as
the Island is not very far off from the regular
route, and the detention would therefore be
The opposition to tbe Hawaiian Reciprocity
Treaty, which so doggedly labored to prevent its
in Congress in the Sessions of 1875-6,
appears to be reviving again with all its bitter
ness and more than its former unfairness of state
ment. Telegraphic dispatches represent that a very
strong endeavor will be made during the coming
session to abrogate the Treaty. Mr. Sherman,
Secretary of the Treasury, who it will be remem
bered opposed tbe Treaty while in tbe Senate,
oow gives countenance to the idea that the in
creased consumption of Hawaiian sugar in Cali
fornia unfavorably influences the production or
sale of Louisiana sugar. Tbe fallacy of such a the' 1
ory is and baa been easily proved ; as also of that
other absurdity, that foreign grown sugars are
smuggled into California as Hawaiian; but yet the
statements reappear periodically in some of the
Eastern papers. The opinion prevails in Cali
fornia that this imaginary grievance and the
abuse complained of, equally imaginary as
same importance owing to tbe countenance giv
en to the former idea by Mr. Sherman, as we
bave said above. His presidential aspirations
lead bim to conciliate public opinion at the
South. Says the S. F. Post :
' By encouraging the belief tbut the eugar in
terest. of tbe South are endangered by Hawaiian
competition, be makes political triend.i in quarters
otherwise hostile, and although be must know that
ihis agitation is absurd, whether viewed from a re
venue or an economic standpoint, be nevertheless
makes political capital out ol it by sanc
tioning statements wbich imply that tbe
Kanaka are getting away with tbe great
sugar interests of the United States. A
moment's reflection must show tbe absurdity ol
such an opinion. Tbe total area of tbe Hawaiian
group, including mountain, rock, forests and deso
late wastes, is 6.100 square miles. Only a very
limited area is capable of sugar cultivation, and
liitle can be done without irrigation, towards
which San Francisco capitalists bave contributed
a large sum. and in time hope to reap tbe reward
of their enterprise. Many hundred square miles
of Hawaii are coveied with recent and barren
lavas, and it is liable to violent and frequent vol
canic action, which invariably curtails tbe area of
cultivable soil. Louisiana alone has an area of
sis41.34C square miles, most of it rich and alluvial
It is an old and populous state, rich in
I -natural and acquired wealth, and crowned with
grand historic associations. Por Louisiana, there
fore, with its peculiar advantages and wealth, to
cry out against tbe competition of a mere handful
of Kanakas and Chinamen, in tbe sngar patches of
tbe volcanic islets oi tbe Hawaiian archipelago, is
I simply preposterous."
Y Nearly the entire press of California has been
A outspoken in favor of our Treaty, for tbe people
of that state see and appreciate the advantages it
has afforded them in tbe increase of their trade as
well as giving them cheaper sugar. But by far
the best informed and most energetic advocate Of
the Treaty there is the S. F. Merchant, whose
carefully prepared statistics on the subject we
reprinted in our last. In the Supplement
accompanying to-day's paper will be found two
well- written editorials on this subject from the
same source. If however the attempt should be
seriouBly made to abrogate the Treaty, we really
bave no fears of its success. Ratified in 1876,
it must, by its own terms, run to 1883, and
twelve months thereafter. No abrogation can
take place in tbe meantime unless its opponents
can prove that we bave been guilty of fraud in
carrying out its provisions; and that, we ap
prehend, no one would be insane enough to think
The China Merchants' steam navigation Com
pany's steamer Ho-chung, Capt. Peterson, arrived
at this port yesterday morning, 26 days from
Wbampoa. She has 451 Chinese passengers, 13 of
whom are women. The Hongkong Daily Prttt of
Oct. 11, under the head of ' Chinese Emigration
under the Dragon Flag," says : " The Chinese
authcrities have struck out a new departure. Not
only is emigration by ancient law prescribed to be
sanctioned by treaty, but it is in tbe future to be
conducted under the Dragon Flag. The China Mer
chants Steam Navigation Company's stemmer Ho
chung is to load with Chinese coolies at Wbampoa
fur Honolulu. The vessel has been fitted up for tbe
purpose, and carries on board Mr. C. C. Moreno,
who is to act as agent for the Company in Hawaii,
and open negotiations with the Government of tbat
coantry with a view to tbe establishment of regular
steam communication between Honolulu and China.
Of course the grand idea is to open up a new field of
enterprise for tbe China Merchants' Company, that
pet monopoly of the Chinese Government. No one
can blame them, however, for seeking to obtain a
share in a most legitimate trade. The Chinese in
Hawaii are flourishing and prosperous, and tbe emi
gration thither has uniformly beeo voluntary and
bona file. The Chinese Government certainly
would not allow the native steamer company to en
gage in it, did it feel any doubts on the subject."
We think it probable that the despatch of the
llo-chunf is but tbe commencement of an attempt
oa the part of tbe Chinese Government to control all
the emigration to foreign countries, except perhaps
Tbe same paper under date of Oct. 13, speaking
on this subject says:
The determination to strike out in a new field
is a bold one, and display a spirit of enterpri.-
on he part of tbe company wbich could hardly
bave been expected. Tbe fact is. however, that
tbe Company is backed np by the Chinese Govern
ment, which desires to enter into treaty relations
with the kingdom of Hawaii. At present, tboufch
there L a larfre resident Chinese population in the
inland, there is no Chinese representative. Al
though the Chinese in Hawaii are thriving and con
tent, and suffer from no special imposts as is the
case in tbe Pacific States ol America and Australian
Colonies, yet the Chinese Government, havinp
made up its mind to appoint representatives in all
countries where there are Chinese communities, has
thouehl it desirable to make a commercial treaty
with Hawaii. For this purpose Mr. C. C. Moreno,
the well known Trans-Pacitic cable projector, has
agreed to proceed to Honolulu in the steamer
llochung. He is well acquainted with King Kai.a
Kai'A. and will no doubt be able to show His Maj
esty tbat considerable benefits will accrue to Ha
waii from regulur commercial intercourse with
China and that steam communication with China
will help forward the telegraph project. It is de
signed, if practicable, by the China Merchants
Company to establish regular steam communica
tion between Canton and Honolulu, not only for
tbe conveyance of passengers and cargo but to give
postal facilities to the Chinese in Hawaii. Mure
over. Honolulu is intended merely as the first step
towards a much more ambitious scheme. The
Company design later on to extend the line to Cali
fornia and to Callao, with tbe idea of securing for
themselves a large share in the passenger traffic
between those ports and China. Tbe llochung is
now loading with emigrants and cargo at Canton,
and this is to be an experimental trip. Uponlits suc
cess or otherwise, and tbat of Mr. Mobkxos mis
sion, will of course depend the carrying out of the
projected scheme. Tbe traffic between China and
Sandwich Islands alone, although capable of great
development, could scarcely be expected to pay
regular steamers, bnt if the line be extended to
Peru, and emigration to that country ia sanctioned
by the Chinese Government, then the project
might turn out very profitable."
To the KtltUir ofUie Pacific Commercial Advertiser: j
Sir : List Wednesday's Gazette has an unusually i
long Note of the Week" on the subject of the
opium found concealed in some firewood brought by
tbe bark Kalakaua from San Francisco. How the
opium got inside tbe firewood I do not care to com
ment on, but ;he article ssys the " transaction looks
very much a if some other persons than Chinamen
were interested in tbe shipment." I am one of the
olh'T pertont, but deny having bad any band in it,
and am no: willing to believe the public generally
will accuse me. My connection personally with the
bark Kalakaua is simply by register ; still I believe
I tin fairly well informed in regard to tbe tuspiciout
When tbe Kalakaua was in the port of San Fran
cisco last voyage, a Chinaman called at the vessel
several times in regard to some firewood be wished
to ship to Honolulu, saying be bad 20 cords. The
same party had tried to get it on board the Cyane,
but (bat vessel did not have the room left When
tbe Kalakaua agreed to take it. it was sent down in
ooe-borse dray. Tbe mate informed tbe shipper
tbat he could not be troubled measuring each small
lot and giving a receipt, but would stow it away at
tbeir convenience, giving a receipt for the
twenty cords more or less (measuring it at Honolulu
if they thought there was more), and as usual enter
tbe same on tbe cargo-book, which ia used as a refer
ence in making up tbe ship's clearance and dis
charging of the cargo. Tbe shipper never appliod
for a receipt, therefore it never got in the cargo
book, and by tbat means was overlooked in making
up the manifest. It seems, however, a clerk from
the cEce of J. C. Merrill & Co. was on tbe wharf
one day when the wood was being taken to the ves
sel, and inquired what wood it was, and was told by
the drayman that it belonged to long Kee, and that
there was 20 cords of it, wbich he noted in his mem
orandum book, and by this means it was put in tbe
freight list in closing up the papers.
Tbe other tery tuspiciout circumttanci, " that tbe
firewood was not entered on the ship's manifest at
San Francisco or by tbe captain." The simple fact
is, the captain had nothing to guide bim in making
such an entry but bis memory. Captains make out
their manifests from bills of lading and compare
them with cargo-book. This is presumed to cover
every article on board except small parcels in tbe
cabin, which tbe captain generally overhauls and
adds before be enters the port. Freight lists are
sent to vessel's agent. It would appear tbat these in
the opium business as a general thing do not care
to have bills of lading. The broom opium by tbe
Lady Lampton came in like manner no bill of lad
ing, bence tbe captain of tbat vessel neglected to
put it ou bis manifest. I would recommend to those
engaged in this business to have all tbe papers
prompt in entering, &c; their chances would be
much improved by doing so, and it tends greatly to
save innocent persons from suspicion, although
perhaps not in all cases. The shoe-heel opium case
was a success ; the type and oil adventure not alto
If Captain Jenks told Mr. Markham that he had
no Chinese freight or freight for Chinese on board,
he certainly believed so at the time. When I was
informed tbe wood was not entered at the Custom
House and could not be landed, I asked the Captain
to see tbe Collector and get permission if possible to
land the wood on the wharf, as we wished the vessel
discharged. I certainly had no idea of the value of
tbat lot of wood, and know that CapL Jenks bad no
suspicion about the matter ,he supposed his cargo was
all properly manifested.
As to making a convenience of the mythical china
man ; it cannot be done. Other people may. and do
make a convenience of each other: so do the Chin
man of other people; but there is no reciprocity in
Job n in this respect-
In regard to the amount of Opium by the Kalakaua
this time as being double that of last voyage ; the
point is not well made. Just what a chinaman may
do or what risks he will take in the opium business,
I cannot say ; but I feel certain that if the man who
wrote tbe article in the Gazette was to Bee his genius
given away in such a manner as has been tbe case
in a good many instances of late, he would not try
it a second time, and would or ought to be very
cbary about the word opium," forever after.
As to the wood being placed below the cargo,
that was so intended. To place firewood on top of
cargo would seem strange to intelligent persons, to
say tbe least.
I feel certain the Gazette man, like myself, regrets
he should bave written an article throwing out sus
picion, without knowing facts.
J. S. Walker.
NOTICE TO TAX-PAYERS.
kt MEETING Or THE BOARD OF TAX
J APPEALS will be beld at the Police Court Room, Ho
nolulu, at 10 o'clock, a. m. on Monday, the 1st day of Decem
ber. 1879, for the hearing of all appeals from the assessment of
tajap for the District of Honolulu, Oaho.
S W. C. JONES,
Ptlioe Justice and Chairman of the Board of Tax Appeals.
Honolulu, Nov. 10th, 1879. nol6 3t
ROYAL HAW'N THEATRE!
SATURDAY EVEN'G, NOV. 15th
E7 Still a Great S stress ! Hoose Crowded at
7:30 to Witness the Rope Tiring Challenge. Hand
reds rib1e to Gala Admittance, and Money Befosed
at the Doors !
GREAT SUCCESS OF
Who win appear for the
Last. Time This Even'g
TO-NIGHT, NOVEMBER 15th.
Grand, Fashionable Entertainment ! !
It PRICES A3 USUAL.
NOTICE TO EMPLOYEES.
riMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVE AFPL1CA
M HON 3 for work from book-keeper, sales and freight
cierks, jewellers, nouse painters, alove mason, gardeners,
grooms, wneelwngDt ana ror general oat and Indoor work.
8. B. DOLK,
B. 9. DILLINGHAM.
nol5 tf Km ploy ment Committee of the V. M. C. A.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
AN ENGLISH PATENT LEVER
WATCH, double eases. Gold and full i-wxlled. this
ta a rood opportunity to obtain a una watch, cheap.
inquire at Honolulu Kestauraot. ov. 14, 1S79. It
HAVING BEEN APPOINTED ADMIN
IdTBArOK of tbe Estate or WILLIAM f. DAMON,
late of Honolulu. Ideceaaed intestate, I hereby notify all patties
who have claims against the said Estate to present the same
witnin sis month from this date, or they will be barred.
E- C. DAMON.
Honolulu. Not. 13th. 1S79. nol5 4l
Kaabuaianu Street, Honolulu, H. I.
With M. Kckart, Jeweller.
TO THE BISIMSS PIBLIC OF DO.VOLlLr l.D
TIIE OTHER ISL1XDS.
TMIE UNDERSIGNED WOULD MOST
repecttully announce that he is prepared to Collect Ac
counts, Ac, and lo attend Auctions and make purchase there
or elsewhere, for those who ma y wuh his services in that line.
Also to buy and sell Real Estate and collect rents, oa com
mitsioo. All baainess intrusted to him will be faithfully and
promptly attended lo.
Not. 13, 1679. nolS 3m Post Office Box U4, Honolulu
NOW IN COURSE OF PREPARATION,
A ND SOON TO BE PUBLISHED. TIIE
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tory and Tourist' Guide. A complete and reliable Directory
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clasiCed. and Location, accurately ascertained, of every
Business Man, native and fi.reiffn on all the Islands. Planta
tions and Ranches en tbe Island with their name, locations,
manager and other information of incalculable value to all
interested in the suf ar. rice or other interests. Also routes of
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circulars or adJrea the publisher.
nolS-lm GEO. BOWSER, P. O. Box 172, Honolulu.
WILLIAM 0. SMITH & CO.,
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE OPENED
an office on Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu, for the pur
chase and sale of sugar and other Corporation Stocks, Bonds
and other similar securities, solely on commission.
Having had experience in the management of Plantations,
and possessing peculiar facilities for scouring information res
pecting such stocks as may be put in the market, they tender
their services to the community as Brokers, feeling confident
nl giving satisfaction to those who may entrust business to
them or seek their services.
Nov. 14. 1379. 3m WILLIAM O. SMITH 4r CO.
'STORE AND PREMISES
on Queen street, belonging to Dr.
R. . Wood, at pre
sent occupied by the undersigned. For terms apply to
e27-tt H. UACK1KLD k Co.
TWOBUILDINGSIN A GOOD LOCAL
ITY, suitable for business purposes of any kind Rent
reasonable, and further information may be obtained by
applying at the Pantheon, comer Motel and Fort sis. see tf
RARE CHANCE FOR INVESTMENT.
Wanted by September 1st. of this year, $50,000 to
$6J,000 on first mortgage, on a first clan Sugar Plantation,
valued at $200 000.
The crop of 180 will be from 1000 to 1200 tons. Will com
mence taking off 300 tons in October. 1879. The Plantation has
150 laborers, and is well found in Mules, Cart. 6C Machinery
in first das order, and can crush seven or eight ton per day.
For further particulars apply to the undersigned,
ju88 A. J. "AKTWRIQHT.
4 T THE ANNUAL. MEETING OF THE
A. PBINCKVILLE PLANTATION CO., beld to Wednes
day, Oct. 22, 1879, the fcttowing Officer were elected tor the
President Colonel W. P. J'.Va
Secretary A Treasurer P. C. Jones
Auditor. ................ ...P. A. Sehaefer
026 lm P. C. JONES, Jr Secretary.
A DWELLING HOCSE IX CCAMT
Valley, containing ten rooma. servanta booses, horse
and carriage stabiea. Alto, three acres of good pas-
lure land. A great variety of fruit trees and a large Cower
garden. Government water laid on. Tbe premiaea are in a
good condition. Address: P. O. Box 169, or enquire of
ns a. maumji.
TlHE PREMISES BELOW PiUUAXU BRIDGE,
lately occupied by Hon. H. A. P. Carter rent, $700 per
anntun. The dwelling haa been newly painted and papered
throng-hoot. Kixpiire of
cS tf A. JAEGER.
A SILVER WATCH. WITH CHAIN
2. ft- lac bed, on Maaoa Valley road. Owner can hare the
by applying to the aaiderairned, proving property and
paying costs of advertisins in the L&gliah and Hawaiian Dews-
papers and for my caring of the tame. If not called for with
in ou usy aner mot. 1st. I will claim tae watcn-
na St D. KAHAKC, Pamoa, Maooa Valley.
THREE LARGE. WELL LIGHTED
and well ventilated rooms, over D. W. Clarke' Jew-
elry Store, Merchant St. Suitable for professional
business purpose. Terms reasonable, to a good tenant.
n8 2t Inquire or toALSHJ.
V YOUNG MAN. A CAPITAL WRIIttK.
and Competent Copt 1st. desires a position as an Assist
ant Book-Keeper, or solicit Copying. Address-.
DHUn Yt KIT En, care V. X. uuuc.
A BLACKSMITH'S SHOP. WITH OR
without the Tools, on the Bay Horse Premise, Hotel
Street. For particular, inquire of
O. W. HUCGHT AILING,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE.
North-east corner of Fort and Hotel Street.
TT Especial attention given to Diseases of the Eye. Ear and
Throat. n8 tf
WILL BE HELD ON THURSDAY. NOV. 20.
IN TIIE BASEMENT ROOMS OF THE
Fort Street Church, tbe availa of which will be used for
paying off the debts incurred in making repairs and enlarging
tbe Church. Donation from friend on the other island will
be gratefully recsived. AU persoca interested are requested
to send their contributions of Fancy Article and Refreshment
without further notice.
Doors Open at 3 p. ta. Admission, Fifty Cents;
MRS. W. C. PARKS,
MRS. W. F. ALLEN,
MISS H. 8. JUDD.
A HOUSE AND LOT IN KAPALAMA.
For particulars, inquire of
nl tf 11. HACKFELD & CO.
AN ORDER ON E. A. M'DUFFEE FOR
lOO. payable on demand, in favor of Geo. Edwards.
All persons are cautioned against negotiating for the same, as
payment has been stopped. (nl 4t) GKO.KDWAK.D3.
To the Policy Holders in the Security Life
II AVE RECEIVED THE FOLLOWING
. from my correspondent in New York, dated October 9th.
"The Cour. of Appeals has decided that an claimant must
participate pto rata, that is, that there are no preferred claims.
There is now a dispute a to whether some claims should be
allowed, theynot having been presented in time. It comers np
for argument lefore tbe General Term next week, and should
the parties betatisflej with that decision, then the Receiver ia
ready to pay lie diTidends as soon as his account are passed,
which would tike from 60 to 90 day. The Receiver thinks
there will be i dividend ol about ten per cent. The following
are the gross unounts allowed on the policies t
Mary A. Paty, $1525 98 less note $942 40
Gilbert Parmetter 398 09 J. H. Wicke $178 77
u. w. jiarit. 77 74
J.L-KiDg 295 06
Mary I. Brown, 729 65
BeDj. Whitney. 334 24
James Makee 1526 24
8. B. Dole 202 34
8. B. Dole 209 69
1). II. Hitchcock 228 37
Wong Kwai ... 1246 69
C. B. Wilson 84 13
J. M. Whitney 146 SI
J.M. Whitney 318 26
A. O. Forbes 872 97
Geo. Gilley 133 14
Wm. Auld 76 63
Alee 781 40
J. A. Duncan. 130 43
The dividend la upon these amount. Tours truly.
TH03. M. WHKELER.-'
S. B. DOLE,
It Attorney for claimant against the Security L. In. Co.
Sale at "Wailuku !
WEDNESDAY, November 19th,
WILL BK BOLD,
REAL ESTATE !
li nil clings,
And Stock of Merchandise
See Advertisement in Another Column.
M o is ,'3-pt3 O.
r -2 o a A a
S3 r cSs:si
11 55 is g S
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL
11 persons that tbe underaigntd have been appointed ad
ministrators of the estate of the late Henry W. Daniels, de
ceased, of Wailuku. Maui, by the Hon. A. Fernander. Circuit
Judge 2d Judicial District, II. I. All parties holding: claims
against the said estate are notified to present them with their
proper Touchers, at Wailuku. aforesaid, within six months
from this date, or they will be forever barred; and all parties
indebted to said estate are nerewitn notined to settle tnem
forthwith. WILLIAM H. DANIELS,
Wailuku. Maui, Oct. 24th, 1879. nl 4t
Waihee Sugar Co. Limited Liability.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. THAT AT
a Meeting of the Stock-holder or the Waihee Sugar Co.,
held in Honolulu on the 27th day of Oct., a. D. 1879, to elect
officers to fill the vacancies caused by the death of James
Makee, and the lesipnation of remaining officer, the following
officers were elected, via:
Parker N. Makee President,
Charles B. Makee Vice President,
Alexander J. Cartwright Treasurer,
William O. Smith Secretary.
WM. O. SMITH. Bec'y.
ASSIGNEE S NOTICE.
Br VIRTUE OF A DEED OF ASSIGN
ment mada October 29th. 1ST9, by F. II. WILT, then
doing business in Honolulu as Cabinet Maker and Upholsterer,
of all his Stock, Tools, Accounts and Property of whatever
kind, ror the benefit of hi creditors. Notice is hereby given
to all parties concerned to present their claim duly authenti
cated, and parties owicg to make immediate payment to I. B.
PETKR30N, Collector for the Kmate.
nol THUS. Q. IHRCM, Assignee.
AT TIIE ANNUAL. MEETING OF THE
WAILUKU SUGAR CO., held on Tuesdiy. Oct. 21.
lSTi, the following gentlemen were elected aa Officers of the
Company for the ensuing year :
President.. Hon. C. R. Bishop
Treasurer P C. Jones, jr
Secretary A. 9. Hsrtwell
Auditor...... M. P. Robinson
o25 1m ALFRKD 8. HARTWKLL, Secretary.
t and Merchants. Planters and others wishing to engage
trustworthy employees, are invited to apply to
g. B. DOLK.
B. F. DILLINGHAM,
E. DUN f COM B K,
sel3 Employment Committee of the Y. M. C. A.
rniHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
1 duly appointed temporary administrator of the estate of
the late H. Patrick Hardy, of Wailuku, deceased, would re
spectfully call upon all persons indebted to said estate, to
make immediate payment; and all persona having claims
against the same are requested to present them, with the
proper voucher, within six mnths from the date of this no
tice, or thty will be forever barred.
TH03. W. KVERKTT.
Temporary Administrator Estate of H. Patrick Hardy, dee'd.
Wailuku, Maui. Oct. 34th. 18T9. nl At
U S c d y
OARS AND CORDAGE,
EX AMY TURNER,
FIVE HUNDRED BEST WHITE ASH
OARS, all length: 350 Coil New Bed lord Manilla, all
sites; five 30 feet New Bedford W ha Wheats, ror sale by
o25 3m A. W. PE1RCE At CO,
hiii ii i, mn i in j ii in ii ij i i i il ii IHIJI 111 jh..hjia-,B"'.,JJM i.in
Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu,
WOULD RESPECTflLLT XOTIFT
his Friend and the Island community generally,
that he haa
AN INVOICE OP THE
VERY FIRST CLASS GOODS
In hi line, to which he Invites inspection, consisticf of
Finest SIlTer PUtnl Ware
A (real variety ol Iatterns, frxtn the celebrated manu
factory at Meridea, Conn.
A Lirge Isswrtmtnt f Diamonds
Both set and unset.
Jewelry, Plain and Enamelled
Of every variety and style.
Rings, Breeches, Lvtkets, Charms, Etc.
An unrivalled assortment of
WATCHES AND CLOCKS
"From the MOST APPROVED MAKERS.
C Parties intending to make Christmas or New Year' pres
ents, should call and look at my stock and inquire prices,
before purchasing: elsewhere. alS 2m
2240 Lbs. to the Ton !
COALS! COALS! COALS!
Planters will Take Notice.
Steamboat Agents will Take Notice.
Families will Take Notice.
JCST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE BY
the Tndersigred at the Lowest Bates 2.206 TONS
of the celebrated Wellington Mine
DEPARTURE BAY COAL !
Superior to all Bolt Coal now in use, for Steam and Family
purpose, and worth $1.60 per ion, more than Wallseod Coal
in the San Francisco market. For family use it ia highly
prised, being ao clean and free from dust, burns to a white ash.
ALSO, TO ARRIVE,
2,500 Tons Best Quality Wallsend Coal.
For Sale in lots to suit Purchasers,
AT THE LOWEST RATES.
2240 Pounds to the Ton.
nl5tf ACL.EN Sc ROBINSON.
2240 Ibs. to the Ton !
OUT DOLLAR STORE.
HOLIDAY GOODS FOR OXE DOLLAR!
The Splendid Store, No. 68 Fort Street, (lately occupied by
the California One Price Bazar)
Has been Leased by G. F. Wells,
WHO WILL OPEN THE SAME
AS A ONE DOLLAR STORE !
. and Fancy Goods.
Don't Ask the Price, Each Article is $1.
THIS DAT, Saturday, Nov. 15.
6. W. Itfacfaiiane & Co.
OFFER FOR SALE
. OF THE
British Bark VIOLA,
J. H. PRICE, Master,
138 Days From Liverpool,
Now Landing in Splendid Condition
Consisting nf the following Goods, Tic:
Caaea Navy Chocolate, Casus Finest Malt Vinegar,
Case Sardines, and i tins; Caaes Stearine Candle,
Case Coffee and Milk in tics, Cases Table Salt in bottle
Cases Lea A Perrin's Worcestershire Baace, i pints;
Cases Coleman's Btst Mustard in tins and bottles,
Caaes Morton1 Bottled Fruits, ass'd; Cs Confectionery,
Case Epp Cocoa, Cases Fafe Rticlt Chocolate,
Csses Pale de Foi Gras Truffles, and 1;
- Cases Green Peas In tins, Case Mackerel in Oil,
Cases Cheese Crackers in tins,Ca Pickles, Chutney, dec
Case Preserved Kels, Scoltines, 4c, Cs Hams in tins,
Cases Black Pepper in tins and bottle. Cases halad Oil,
Case Currant, Raisins and Muscatels,
Case Jam. Lemon Peer, Case salad Dressing, Ac
Assorted Color of French de l.aine, Blk French Merino
Check and Saxony Flannel, Black Velvet Edging,
Heary Blue Uroa Grain Silk, Aborted Blanket,
Worsted Damask Table Cover. White Moaquito Net.
Assorted Wool and Silk Scarfs, Bilk Umbrellas,
Rufrgi, Tweed, Towel, Loncloth, Victoria Lawn,
Sheetings, Linen, Assorted Superior Prints,
A Fine Assortment of MEN'S CLOTHING
Woolen Shirts, Handkerchiefs, Denims, Arc, 4c.
Case X, XI, XXX Hennessey Brandy.
Cases Marteir Pale brandy.
Case Cutter o. 1 and O. K. Whiskey,
Cases Kentucky Favorite and O F. C. Whiskey,
Case Scotch and Irish Whiskey,
Case Jamaica Bum, Case Okl Tom Gin,
Cases and Baskets Gin,
Cases Fine Old Pont Wine, Cases Superior Sherry Wine.
Case Superior Cachet et Blanc Champagne, qts 4 pts;
Caaes Superior bVxlerer Champagne, qts A pts;
Cases Superior Claret,
Cases McEwan's Ale, pts & qt; C Basa' Ale. pts 4 qts;
Case Blood. Wolfe tr Co.'s Ale, Cs McEwan XXX Porter,
Ilhds XXX Draught Ale.
BOXES BLUE MOTTLED SOAP
Annealed GaU'd Butkrt?, 10, II, 12 13 k U!n.,
Best Square & Arch Fire Brltks,
Bbls. Portland Cement (White's,)
Powell, Duffryn Welsh Steam Coal,
Crates Assorted Crockery ware.
Case Gatv'd Corrugated Sheet Iron, 6, 7 and 8ft;
Best White Lead and Zinc Paint.
Assorted BAR IRON.
Black Annealed Fence Wir 4. 6. 6 and 7;
Potn Galvanir-i Kettits. Ac,
Black Iron Pipe from i t 'in .
R. T AutUo . ctract of Soap,
Also t: . . rive
PER BARK HOlHAM CASTLE,
DVE IN DECEMBER,
FROM GLASGOW !
Sugar Bags, Eice Bags, Twine,
Bnrlaps, Bagging, Liqnors,
Galvanized Sheet Iron and Coal, &c, &c.
All the above Goods will be
SOLD at REDUCED PRICES !
TO MEET TIIE TIMES, BT
Iil5 G. V. MA II FA KLANE St CO.
O. HALL & SON,
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
SILVER PLATED WARE-f
. AN D
GORHAM SOLID SILVER WARE
FORKS and SPOONS,
Friit tad file Dlshr,
Tifcle Castors lo Grrat Varlttr,
Piddtag Dlshe with fcrrrs, Tra Sets with Iras . wltktit,
Ice Bawls, Water Sets,
Vasfs, Tollft Sfts,
Jewel Caskets, Salad Dishes, Sjrap Caps, Sp.oa Haiders,
Walters, Batter DUhes, a great Tarletj; (-e
GohleU, Caps, Fralt Kalves, Tareeas,
Great Variety of Articles.
MANY OF THEM IN SLEOAlfT
XT The abore Article ar of the BEST
CHRISTMAS & WEDDING, OR BIRTHDAY GIFTS !
O" NOTHING CHARGED FOR LOOKING XX
CONTHSTTJA.TIOISr OF THE
M ELLIS At FISH
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!!
Corner of Port
3EL O. H.IL'EmIm c& SOKT
H .A. "V" E JUST REO-EI"VEI
Fresh supply of Goods by the EUREKA from San Francisco, and Overland from New
York and Boston, and by the FREDERICK just arrived from England,
AL80. BT THE
AMY TURNER arrived lately from Boston, and to come by the LAURA B. BURN
HAM, expected within a month, from New York,
These hare all been purchased for CASH, at the lowest
many article offered are
25U.UUU Ijril.XafIjOXUS UJb' Oil,
DOW N E R'S Best Kerosene and the Farorite N OOND A Y OH, both of high testj also, the
ELECTRIC Oil, 108" test; Lard Oil, Neat Foot Oil, liabbuck and American Boiled and Raw Lluaoed OIL
Parapbine Oil, cheap lubricating oil; Cjlirder Oil.
Planet Jr. ZXorso So
bows, rica ana ax aiauocss, uos, nan s nice uoca, u -uu, iran vuaina, nurse ana muie Collar and Hame Plow liar,
noss. Cart Harnes, Shovels and Spade of all atxes and prices, lloe. Ax. Pick, Oo and Hbovel handles. Pence Wire and tkaulea
Hall's Cane Hatchets, DISSTOS At COLLINS Cane Knives, different patterns; COTTON WlS'l'lf in nil..'
Rubber and Hemp PACKING. " ""
YlITIe:fSlllitll's r3Tarirali. ,A,I,T", nd Hammers of an slses. Portable rone
JsLIltI.aIIlllJ. lUUISi rarriare Bo t. Machine Bolt, Lag Screw, bolt end all tet
Clinch Rings, Hexigon and Square Nuts, all sues; Iron Washers, and Coe't Wrenches from 0 to 21 In. '
CarpClltCr'S XOOlS, Shoemaker's Tools and Findinp, Cooper's Tool,, UaroeM Material.
The Fullest dt Best Stock of Builder's & Shelf Hardware in the Market
Butt and Hinge of all kind and size. Bras, In.n and Bronte Bolt of all ise. Sash Locks, Sash Roller
Sash Cord and Weights, 100 do. Door Locks of all kinds and price, 100 do. Padlock. Cheat, Trunk, Wardrobe
Drawer and Till Locks, Sand Paper, Emery Paper and Cloth. Corn and Flour Kmery. Ulue. several kiodsi '
ALUM, ROSIN. BORAX, PLASTKR of PARIS, Potash, Carbolic of Lime, Carbolic Boap, Krsslv Yellow Soap
Castile and Harness Soap, Pulverised Pumice and Boap ftone. Whet, Hand, Soap, Scvtbe, aod lirind Stone. j
Pllllfs Ar TKr11Iaai Hobbc' Cak Hubbuck' Lead. Red Lead. Vcllow Ochre
K 1 1 II IS X, - USIICS. Venetian Red. Whitln:. Black Lead. Turpentine A Varni-hei of all kinds
Furniture Polish, Bhellack, Burnt Umber, Pari Green, dry; Metallic Paint, Hubt uc k's and Matury's Cn Paint
House A Cariiage Painting of every color, Amer'n White Lead In Kega. Paiot Brashes Whitewash UrbsLe. all !
r'llf lIV A new and Pk?ndi'1 assortment of TABLE CUTLKRV Engliab and American Pockei
t la eAl J Cutlery of all kind aod Price, Wade A Butcher's Razor, Oreen River Butcher Knives and
Hunting Kuives, Farriera' Koivea, Putty Knives.
VninKnnlr -. TV. V GAnnu to weigh from 8 lo 2000th
of all Ite, UriDrfstone Fixture.
T nn tllfl California Harness, Russrtt 8kirting. Oak and Hemlock Sole Leather, Bridle Leather. Llr in. Hk In.
MJ. vl assorted colors; Sheep Bkins and Goat Skins tanned. French and Philadelphia Calf Sklur '
Ca ifornia and Hawaiian Calf and Kip Skin, good quality; Side, Lace and Cut Lace Leather
Shoe Lasts. Boot Trees. Boot Webb, Boot Crimps. Skiver and Knives, Shoe Nail and Shoe Peg of all siM.
Copper Rivet and Burs, Shoe Wax, Bee Wax, Shoe Thread, all kind.
flnf V -a a I i f " ,iz'' bo,h b,ack nd R!riUed, Clinch. Flniah, Boat, II nrse and Clout Nl J. .it ., '
i"JUI A heavy stock oi American Wood Hcrewa, Tinned and Iron Tack, assorted ' ,'-
Handled Axe, all kinds; Hatchets of many kind and price, Ms tenets. Galvanised Corrugated Iron Roofing, 0, 7 A 8 ft.
Ifawniian S Card & Block illsitclics ioth.
advantage o' being HOM X MADE and freh, and are becoming more popular every day. rer . and nave the
A FEW MORE OF THOSE BEAUTIFUL IRON FENCE PICKETS,
The f) em tent unci mraat riiira.h1 fonM tnultrlml Ia Ii fnA
A full and most desirable assortment,
Right from the Factory
FOR SALE IT LOW PRICKS.
Many of these Stoves have been in constant use
on the islands for eight and ten years, and
have given perfect satisfaction. They are
well mad j and of the best material known.
Refrigerators, assorted; Ice Cream
A very good assortment of BASK ETS for hooavhold
Chopping Trs, and many articles for kitcben use; Galvanised Tub. and Bucket of all a'iiea. Stew leader.
A few oldfaabioned BRASS K ETTLES, ao much pri.ed by hcuo keeper Iron PoT
Farmers' Caldron for plantation use. p 1 ' 1
Bales Amoskeag Denims, Bales Amoskeag Ticking,
Bales Unbleached Cotton, Bales Unbleached Drilling.
Expected in a fete weeks, the Largest and Juiest Assortment of
SILVER PLATED WARE EVER DISPLAYED IN HONOLULU
VEK W A K E in elegant case, just the Uting for ChdstmM cWeVding present. beautiful line of SOLID 8IL
A S3ALL ASSORTMENT OF CRYSTAL COMPASSES 10R WATCH LTARD CHARMS.
E7" All of the above Goods will be sold slowest market price's, an discount for Cash.
different Patterns and Sizes.
Olive Boats, Saate DUhti,
Useful & Ornamental.
SILK LINED CASES.
MAKK aod MOST DESIRABLE PATTERNS, and r W0
Opening ! r
TO-UiTST ! ! !
cljolcX Hotol sto.
price, and will be SOLD CI1 KA P. Among the
"Iltramwr-j Ar TTair Steel Purrow and flea; Pteel Hldenlll
' TTr! . Ph. ' Bldrhill Wows, Hall1
Bteel Plows, No. 6, 8, 7, , . 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14; Had' Steel 1Mb.
Breaker, the strong-eat ami brat Breaking Plow In nse on lb Planta
tion. The Kola Queen, 12, 14 and 16in. Double 14 In. nana- Plows
one K.wt Bulky Plow, Extra Plow Point, Handle and Beani.
Ill the above Plow are made eipmsly for tblt Market at the
Molioe Plow Co., from the mot approved Pattern.
Improved Planet Jr. Horse Hoe, mad for Can Cultural Harrow
Cultivator, Lane' Improved Plantation Hoes, Yatra' lloe No 1 f
and 3 1 Heavy lin. Gooseneck Korket lines. I'U-k a ... . v..k .1.,
CORN SIIULLUKS. tOFFEi: M ii . .
Freezers of the best makes, assorted
use. Wood D,n .rwl a n ...