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Ibwl -'. trt vnu.-. I.ur .1 (jr:.ir- i.ir f-rrl.(ri
porta, thrrt f..r ari-fraii. 1. an. I in f..r I'oifet Mu.-I.
f k d.n-tic ip4'.k mainly auara alur.l al j i
Nfttli4tjb.t1u( tU liitUt w ui.N anj alias tLU Ltvr
Irsvatlru . f tht uk pant. u r I jr .t r am ik.
T"I, Pi;ui hn iMn;f ( rirl rt tty Irelj fnm tn
plantation. I i rr. -t.t at ti.it rt ii.te our la I
arm u riling U ' II i
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crate woul.l lvf mii I rn
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liwt. inrl ..i M .t..:T tb
Bmve h-T U Nil'ir U) the 1th. It It rt-i rt i that tLI
ttnieut is tn b- I .via 1 tn a law .Ni w t,ml patwr.
bat w hae fild t uu- t itii it to ur :.;.-. Ti.c pout.
aater Oeaersl towtf'r Informs n that tur Mail As-lit,
wb' tou Li tar" on the Australia lat M nlay,paitjve
ly atati to biiu thai tb ateanwra wiml-l hcrraiw-r loave
baa f'raactaca on ttatanlay Instead of Monday. Mean
fM Meaara. Ha-kJlt ft C.. the aruta Iter, state that
ttoey have iaiurmation of ta propuad rttauxe. Lf the
r haute abotUi rail be auadv. sua the b-ala put oi aul
flcienl ateaxu to eaable tbeiu tu ra h tut port la tine to
transact their Luaiaeaa and gat oil betora ouuday niotii
I u. there wtll be au uuno lor vumpiatiit : hut tr coia
auuiUty mill .i:Ul-dly demm to enuiur the day of ret
broken by the arrival aai departure o( the mail br any
other ateanx-ra. Au t we ahall ni that the authorities
Will forbH the opentnt of the Cmitota Uoos on Stinrtay.
With the ubje t of at. elcratinrf the Kan Fran. :. i xuall
aerrtra aot pn.vl.linn: f.r the probable traiie rrrjuire
taeota, the Par.Ha: .Mail t.u. bare apiilici for aixi obtained
pertulMtoa (run the rotitra. tin t'.t rrtiui-ut to acuj
either the City ut pi-kuB or tb- City vf Tukt fn.BB bta
I ran. la.-o to U. lotuei.. f..r Ui iaro-Mi f bemK Itv
pertad auU nl-.t.mtrO. If seceaaary, aa a iiiail boat
us)Jr the (uttrvt (r either tt.a City ( .New lr rk or
vSty ofyJu-y. .V. Z. i'ufr.
The I'rcB'-h U'lvrnmriit at Tahiti Lave rnt-rnl loto a
rontrart with a Mr. Jjai. Vt the ftMitiiiirut of a
mnnthly tlue ut aiarur Utwtt I'aia-te and San t ran
ctaro. The euoiro t has ta xiKtM-.l f.r a penuat of ne
yeara, an.t la to trnu nee na ornnlr lit next. The
Ooeernmeut pay an annual aulml.ly f A.imj franca I- r
the rnnyeyanre if the nialla. The t-aiuera to be uml
Wtll be of lAtkt tone, atul are to take lMlayaon the aa-.
M itl IS Loyix.Ji. We ntvl the follwini( In the hyd
vmy Umtxif Ihraltt't latest cin.n.errial tt-Virraiu fruiu
IindoO. t b. 24: 1 per cent. New Houth Walei Loan
( Im l . tm : 4 per rent. V-.nn lo (lxtv to
1J)1). V7 ; S per cent. New Hmtb Walra Ian. with 'i per
cent, an final drawloK" (Kt to l5 ; 4 per rent. .New
Booth Halra Loan (I'j V ljor. . y; ! ; 6 r rent. Taa
muilin Inan (li-J V 112; 3 per cent. Vli ti.nan
Lobo U 1H-
r ; ALIM. TUB U II IK U.S.
' Trie Aua bftaa Mirajnir Itor la atill blc rii4nj riair
t Tib beta t hfltl.B' Wharf.
Ttm II iw arb Julia A Lonic liaa LantfI In to the UU
Ctiatnm-hoiMe wharf, to hi out for a rrtilne to the An tic,
la comimanU of Captain Oillry, to aall In about a week or
The Kalatea x h Tlrt.l la taklt.tr in anppllra for 1'an
ftlnc'a taland at Jo11 wharf, to aall on Turatlay next In
com man. 1 of t'apt Caw ley.
The Am tvrh Jfnle Nl keran la dl barulna B general
Ctmrw fronr Ha a Franr-teco at Brewer sr Co's wharf.
The Aa batao John 1 Mpreekrla. at the Oil Bleaxuehlp
wharf, ha alot rotnpleU-.l her raro. and w I LI prvbably
Bit to naa rsnetam on Moixla.
The Am era Caaata liaywarl baa doi k-d Joat lieiow the
Bprackala, to Umi for Ma l'rn. lin o, to sail In a fewdaya.
Tha Am tern Hera, at the foot of Fort etreet. la loading;
foe Han rnoctwo, fciaall early In the week.
The Ut bk Kale U lt harK'nrt roal at the fott of the
Tha Eureka and W L Beebca arc In the etreaiu waiting
Tha Am arb Amerlran Otrl may b loketl for hourly
with later new rpu naa Vraiidwo.
It IB rnmnred that hereafter the ateamer from Man
Franataao may be locked for her oa Siatnnlaye lnatewl of
Honday. ao formerly. Imt we do not anticipate the
chanwe tola niocth. bat wtll look for the City of Sydney
from. Ma t'raari on Mod. is r with U M mail.
from t: f.M: we clip the follow! BC Tt CHS
Tlronder i(B waa at (tlnuapa.re at laat vcuuulJ, and Waa
on her way to aa I rancteco via Hon. lulu.
The lirttiab ateamer Anatralta ha acrel the beat paa.
Mtt on record benca to Myduey. Tha followinrf are ner
nimonn.lt : VI dlrbrirrd oar pilot r,ff the Uol.len
Ute at J r M. Lc XI. Krj arrived at tiydney at ll.SO
A a. Jan 14, 1mm). Our paeaatie. dlrTerena-e of time Includ
ed. 34 daya I honra 3 Biinntea, inrludina; all etoppara at
way forte.' Tafetnif ufl 17 boars 60 aoiaulea f T three ta
ttntiona) 4 waf porta, fl tf Cur ax toal ateaoilig tin. i3
aays I aowjrs li minstea." . . ,
pout or nouoLULU, 21. z.
Mar It Am ach Jaai Mickcrtoo. Booe&kl, IS day from
IS r Hit Aaatralla, Carglll, tm Sydney Jt AuckUoJ
1 Haw star MakMu. fram !aai.
JO II aw ataar Jamea Make. Uodfrey, ftroaa Kauai.
S1 lle aunr Kjlaaaa Ilea, from KaBaiai, Msai.
1 i .
DKI'tnt I llk.V
19 f II B ABatraliB. Cajjirl, (or Can Franciaco
IV-A o bktnc Grace Ruberta.Uhlsen. fur Pan Francisco
16 Aaa batne Fremont, tckereoo, for Ban Franatico
li-la bk Rainier, Wottr. for Port Gamble
19 Aai ship Ota jo, Harding. Fon Towoaend.
Vasaela far II ! a froaa b'arelg
Aaa ablp Oen Botler. Sewcaatle, NSW. Mar 25-31
ffaaiMS Faher. New Caatle, over da
Oar bftaa Micbolaa, Booth "ea lalanda, due
Aaa bk Ceylon, Boston, do April
Am bk T F VV h il ion, Mew York, due May 21-ii
Am scbr C 8prcaeia 6 Francisco, via liik, arr at 11 Uo Mar 0
T bt B a City of eydney, Kan Francisco, doe Mar 23
la bk H W Alay, Ban Francisco, fr Kahalai, Bnired Bt Ka
bulul Mar S
Aaa bk Leuie MarihaiU New Caatle. NSW do
Aat bk lis, New Caatle. NSW doe
A a bktaa Kasma Asfusta, Port Gamble, a ae . '
Brit ship City of Madrid, Liverpool, loading Jan 21
Aaa bk Jenny fuu. Port Gamble, doe
Aaa ach Booaas. riaa Francisco, arrive.1 at Kahuloi Mar 11
Aa sea American Girt, Ban Francisco, dae
Ger bk I li'Mickong', do
Baw bk llavaii, is uth Cea Islands, due April 1-15
' flaw aaeeaa Bud. Poutn Bea Islands, due April 1-1
Aaa betas CaLherias Sadden. Port Townsend
bra bk Lad Lampaon. Ban Francisco, kieulinf Feb 2S
Aa bk J W Beaver. Mclander. o F via Uilo, loBdiDg Feb 28
Brit ship City of Nankin, Uuuco
rCSSKliS IN I'OBT
Maw bf toe Posnars, for sale
a An topsail ach Lnleta, texter
- Haw sea J alia A Long.
Aa arh Honors, Beef era
Am an May bftoe Morning Star, Brsy
liaw bk Kale, Ahlbora
Aa senr Caasi liayward BUkc
A a bktn Bareka, Nsrdberg
liaw bk MaUie Macleay, Boig '
A a tern W L Beebee, jerscbm
Aa beta Joha D Bpreckaas, iiasaen
Aa tera Hera. Moasoa
Rsiataascb Vivid, Caw ley
Aa sua Jeseis Ickeraon, Boaefield
Bcpobt or rk ' Clacb RraccKELS. at Hilo Man 6.
VTs pasaed do sooth of Farailones it 10 r M Feb 'J4, and
cmr mna were aa follows : Vfl. 11. 7M. l'JO. U. 136.
aw. T. 3tSO. . 11 in 13 hoars a total of Mil sea
knots. I reporte.1 loH days, bat wss really 253 hoars.
Ws maJe Cspe Lelriwi U 1 a at on the nth. and worked
on and off till daylinht. Came to anchor about (ix.
Bad calms, or would have been earlier. When we saw
Lalelwt it waa half a mil off. and Is ahemt two mllea
(ram lilla. Uad aaocWat and llKht weather throuirhout.
icviiD A. vosi ScaaiDT, Maeter.
San Francisco Am red Feb 25. Am bk J W beaver,
Melaade. hence Fab 1.
tori Townaend Arrived Feb 23, Am bktns Catherine
Budden. Inttalla, hence Feb v.
Port Uamble Arrived Feb 24, Am fck Arkwrlght. Ti'ew
kaJl. tumce Jan 2V.
V ItaVvta. B C Arrive! Feb 24. Brit bk Casma, Irving,
hence Feb J.
Hllo. Hawaii Arrived Mar 5. Am schr Alice. VX dsya
from Por Blakely ; Mar . Am schr Clsos Sprtckels, Von
Bcbmldt. 10 days li hoars from ban Francisco.
I M I'll RTS.
From Baa Francisco, per Jessie Sickrraoo, March IS 2
Bases Furniture, 103 pks Provisinos. 7 pk(s Foein snd fix
tares, ti cases caaaad Oond. 14 cases Dry Quods, 3 bdles
Cases (printed) and 1 bos Type. 690 sac is Flour. I44pk(
Uaaora, IS pkf Carriages sad Bad llery. AM bales tlsy. IIS
tacks Urain. 2UU4 ft Lamber, 6iM Bricfca
From Sydney and A nek land per Australia. March 14 "0
amis Bop. 141 cases Luaor, 313 sacks potatoes and 1213 pkga
foe Baa FraocMco per Grace BAhcrts, March IS 413 pkgs
Bagar, 104I bags K.ce, IS bocbs Baaanaa. Una value
Fee Baa Francisco per Fremont. March 14 K23 pkrs
Bagar, ftd skgs Molasses, 37 empty packagra. Dom. value J7-411-13
Foe Baa Francisco per Australia. March 1410713 pegs
Bagar. iM bneha Bananae. lid bags Coree. IS bxa Betel
taaves, 1 bs Diamoada Doot. value $T110 TS. Foreign
) PASSES GEKS.
I Tram Baa Franc tec a, per Jessie Bf Icksrsoo. March 13 L W
' A Baa, 3 P Gaodwaa, Cap O A Are.
From By-lney, per Australia. March 14 O T Brigstock, W
Marshall, Thomas Spencer, Claaaor B "enrer, and lis pas
sengers ta transita
Fur Baa Trsaciseo. per (irace Bubrrts, March Is C V
Msyfcew scat wisr.
Foe Haa Fraaciaca per Aastrana. March 14 Rer A A Wor
ses, Won Cha. B I Green. J Tavil. J F Arande!. C V lloas
suao, J W Father. B C Bo ley. G B Kelly and wife, J li Uir
sla, Capt A N Tripp and wife. J M M-wtoa (IT Coneulj and
wits aat chiklren, a rweat and wire. A Williams. F B scbaefer
Mrs A Backing-ham, Miss Belle Bicbar.lsoo, fcl Moor snd wife,
M Hyaaa, W L iiopper. Md Man Loaiae. Mrs M McGrew
and child. Be J Kracia and son, K Hajumer. A B dleira. J
Baney. Mrs M L Williama and child, Joha Caaey, D Mclnerny
J p auleids, W at Buss, Tboaas svimoads t, M its Thayer.
For Baa Francisco per Fremont. March 14 B Morton.
At Paanhaa. llawail. March bth, 1. to the wife of A.
Otto, a aon.
At Xawlllwlll. Kaoal, March ID, to the wife of Sir. Al
fred LHrvenll. a aon.
Holt OastCLS In this city. March 17, by the Iter
father Euckxssnn. Mr Jou I Ilotr, , of Hot lulu,
te Mi as Iact Pa.vlxxs, daughter of the late Juxle W U
LrsalelA. est V) ailuku, Maui.
FisaxB At the gueen's Hospital. In ll.iiolula. on the
etb of March. M.ea FlaHca. (colored) a nail ve of Ver
mont, sated about fio years, lie bad reatded on the Islands
for the laat 23 years.
lliuviu At Palauia. Honolulu, on the Ittli of
an b, Mas. luuwiu, age.1 about 45 years.
BaUrK In this city. March It. of ron?etion of the
brain. SsTBUBlal. UrwiTT mioww, aed 6 veara and 3
OaOCUu, yoaat tnlld of V. V. and L. O. UaUwin.
He will (rather, he will Kttrr
The ireniafor lit KlnK loin.
All th pure ones, all the bright ones.
Ills loved and Ills own.
Little children. little children.
Wbs lova their Kadeeuier,
Are th Jewels, precious Jewels,
ills loved and liis own.
- TJks the stars of th niAmlug1.
His bniLt crown adorntntf.
They shall shin In their beauty.
Bright gem for liis crown.
SAT Villi A Y. MARCH 20.
AiTtR weiil or i rou battling, the hcd
lin of uiucli ink ani the dif,l3j of rhetoric
ar.-l wc!l-turntI .crisis against the AliVEkTlf lk's
j..fitiiii on thi currencj qucetioa, the Gazelle of
tliis week rarefullj wheel into the line wbere
we have Lcen etamimg all alon,;, declares we
have n'iric t iiiuch tilver coiDe in tlie cuUDtrj
for LusineM neeJc, an J t r ibes the proposition of
putting a dutj on silver imported here. Well,
better a lute recantation than none at all.
A m ritek in the Gazelle advocates the recun- I
struct ion of the iu ft nuts Court. lie would
"Aboil. h the system of Circuit JuJyca snd Increase
the number of 4adf of the Scprern Court to five.
a ja.ie or the supreme Court reside on Hawaii, on !
on Usui and a third on Eaual. leaving two In Honolulu,
and leaving it to the Court to decide ebirb of the four '
e.ociatee uiuat realde out of Honolulu. Let the Justice !
on ea n taisna. besides attenditis; to the business pre
s. ribe.1 for the Circuit Ju.ite hold th Jury tenua on hla
Twice ea.-h year and at other than Jury terms let tbs
five Justice ait In banco In Honolulu for the hearing and
disposition of Is w matters on appeal. In Honolulu, two
Juattrea could easily attend to the business of this place."
Thie ma j sound erj well in theory, but we
arpreLendit would fail in practice. We doubt
if either of the preent judgea of the Supreme
Court would care to reside oa Hawaii, Maui or
Kauai. And would the necessarily attendant
members of the bar on those Island' find uE
cient law bunineM to make a living? Then
again, provieion would have to be made for a
regularly employed clerk of the Court and an
interpreter for each Island. We are however of
opinion that it would be an improvement on the
present construction of the Supreme Court were
there four instead of three judges, so that in
case of the absence of one from the country there
would always he a majority here.
I.x oi k iteue of Iat week it was stated that
Government had in contemplation a measure to
be brought before the coming session of the
Legislature, having lor its object thecondification
and revision of the taxation laws ; but we are
not informed aa tu the nature of the amendments
that will be proposed. We are not aware that
there have been serious or well-grounded com
plainta that taxes generally are burdensome or
excessive in this Kingdom, but that they are
somewhat unequal in their operation is conceded
by all who have given the matter serious consi
deration. The sum of five dollars, which is the
amount of the taxes paid towards the support of
Government by the man who owns no land or
other property, bears no proportionate compari
son with the amount paid by the large owner of
real estate, houses, goods and ships. It is gener
ally a harder task for the poor man to scrape to
gether bis five dollars than it is for the rich man
to give his cheque for one hundred or five hun
dred dollars, as the case may be. And thus taxa
tion operates unequally.
Another tax which or-erates unequally on the
poor and the rich, is the road tax. The kanaka
who owns no land and who goes barefoot, pajs
two dollars a year towards keeping the roads in
repair ; and the rich landed proprietor, who may
own miles of territory bordering on the roads,
besides a carriage, carts, oxen and horses, pays
no more than two dollars and if he is over fifty
years of age, or if the rich person is a woman, he
or she is exempt from the tax. Justice would
seem to demand that those who get the most ben
efit from the public roads should contribute the
most for keeping them in repair.
The law of 1870 in relation to taxation, is in
violation of the principle of the Constitution,
wherein it is declared that each member of so
ciety has a right to be protected by the govern
ment ir. the enjoyment of bis life, liberty and
property, and therefore be shall be obliged to
contribute his proportional share to the expense
of such protection. We refer now to the system
of double taxation which has been practiced since
the enactment of the law of 1876, whereby real
property is not only assereed at its full value, but
any mortgage that may be upon the property is
also avessed for tho full amount of tha bond.
Thus a house and lot that may be properly valned
at $2,000, and which is mortgaged for its full
value, is made to pay taies to the government on
$4,000. The practice which was followed pre
vious to the enactment of 1876, was that when
the creditor was taxed for the amount of a debt
owing him. the debtor was allowed to deduct
that amount from the value of the property
pledged as security. This was fair, just, and
moreover in accordance with the Constitutional
provision above alluded to, as thereby each per
son would be contributing bis proportional share
to the support of Government. But the present
aystem is clearly double taxation.
Another illustration is afforded in the case of
plantations, the capital stock of which is taxed
to the corporation, and the shares as well, to the
In looking over our exchanges we notice that
this same question of double taxation has recent
ly been discussed in the Legislature of California,
where the dtrine fjr which we contend was very
strongly maintained ; and also in the Legislature
of Massachusetts. We read that there are about
$450,000,000 in the latter state of mortgaged
property, on wbish the mortgagors are compelled
to pay taxes. The relief needed, and which is
now asked of the Legislature for the third or
fourth time, is that the taxes on this enormous
amount of property shall be paid by the mortga
gees to the extent of their interest in the property
taxed. This great injustice in Massachusetts at
well as in Hawaii, falls heavily upon the indus
trious and middling classes, through the existing
laws, which not only tax at full valuation a bouse
which the representative owner has not paid for,
but also tax at full value the mortgaged debt
secured by the same piece of property, thus effect
ing doubld taxation upon many pieces of proper
ty. Last year a bill of relief was passed in the
Massachusetts IIoo.se of Representatives, but was
defeated in tbe Senate.
An analyzation of tbe principles upon which
the tax on mortgage notes is based, and tho va
lidity of the law imposing it, may be illustrated
as follows : Suppose A has $5,000 and li has
$5,000, in cash, for which they are taxed, and
with these amounts they jointly purchase a piece
of real estate, which is assessed for the sum paid
$10,000. In such a case, under theexisting
law, they will bo taxed for $5,000 each. Altcr-war-Js
li purchases A's interest in the property
for $5,000, and gives a mortgage for that amount;
thus, although It haa in fact no more property
than he had before, but has simply created a
debt of $5,000, yet he is taxed on $10,000, and
A is taxed as before, for $5,000. Under these
conditions taxes are levied on $15,000, whereas
only $10,000 of property exists.
The foregoing fairly illustrates the whole the
ory and practice of our present system. And we
submit that the point is plain, that to tax a bond
and mortgage on land an estate in land as
personal property, while the same land pays a tax
as real estate for its full value, without reference
to the mortgage, is double taxation on the same
property, and is unjust, burdensome, and uncon
stitutional. We confidently look to the coming
Legislative Assembly to so amend tbe taxation
laws that this wrong shall be righted.
riMIE.MILI.INKKl STORE OF THE LATK
M Mrs J. ti. BLACK, oo Fort r erect, will be open lor
B United perind.
JT All persons owing account at the store, are request
ed to settle the same without delay.
Br A COMPETENT ENGINEER AND
MACII 1ST, a situation Has bad considerable expe
rience among uf ar-makine; Machinery. Address A. 11. C'
care AUVEaTIbBR UHCK. mar20 3t'
A SIT CATION AS COACHMAN, GROOM
k. or hardener, by a thoroughly competent person. L'n
deratands the ear of Horses sod Cows. Address FRITZ
JANSaN, care this Office. It"
r.LRNISIIEl ROOMS, AT NUMBER 3
C0TTAQES TO LET !
on Jt'lIII STREET, OFFOSITEJCDOK
pTf HAKIWICLL'. The premises contains about I acre
JalaL of Uuo4 Urass Land. Inquire In the rear, makai of
Judge J.itKi. Also, oo Lilt ha Eirect, Wo. 31. aarjO 2t
VC ANGLICAN CHURCH FUND !
I.' BSC R I HERS TO T II E ABOVE NAM EO
15 ttMl are Invited to attend a meeting- to be held In the
Hcfaool-rooss In ll.e Cathedral tnclueure, ON MONDAY, 21
Insont. at Slid P. M. U
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
iti;atei in waieiic, mai i, near
the premises of Judge V idemsnn. The Lot rontaina one
sere, with a gad dwelling and all other neceassry oul-uouars.
Title g"l- lnioire iA
j.isain T. 11. PARIS, Wailuku. Maul.
List of Advertised Letters
K M A I M 1 X T II K G E K R A I. I'OS T.
OFFICE, Ilonoluiu, jiarcn, iwi
A hor-L. C tl '
LunilgeU'. C A. 2
Avery. Mrs Capt E, 2
A tier, Mai, 2
A! rt. Errxt
A matrons, r-ylr.ry
IVrry. Ivg las
Bailoy. Willie II, 2
Brown. J K
Bark-. Jeph S
Ben field, Mr Eaaey
Bark. Patrick or Donahue
Cliiivn, M- Josephine, 2
Cate. Fred T, S
t haae, O II
CbaflVy. Henry. 4
Co k . James
Copenhagen . L
Courtney, J P
Clarke. Miss Delia
Csner, r. A
Cameron, J C
Cuelckthank, Je C
Duray. Alfred. 1
Duff. Preemao B
Dcnmead. E G
Du Bou, William
Davis. II M
Davis, Mrs Mary
Et linger. Max
Fink. Ernest L. 3
Foster, A Ifred
P ergs son. K P
French. W F
Gardner. II B
Craves, Heaaael O
Graes. W P
Hayes. Joha P
Humphreys, J ad re
Lorentx. Aoguat, 2
Lake, Geo B E
Lambert. W C
Livingstone. M ise J
51uwin, C has A, 2
Monroe. J W, 3
Marge. W S
M oores 1 J
Miller, James K
Parker S L
Perry, Joe, 9
Paterson, O W
Parker C W
Pervey, W T
Petterson, Joha P, 2
Platb, Wm K
Parker. Miss C D
Robinson, Rev T H
Robertson. H. 9
Roland, W G, 2
Rolunaoo, Washington A
Richardson. J II
RothwelL J O
Scbander, H. 2
Fpencer. J D
Siahmel, Mrs William
Southsll. E, 9
Smith. J P
Smith Jr, Geo A, 2
ebarratt, W P
Bmilb, Miss Mary
Harlow. Henry, 2
Trees. P, 2
Hurlbort. 8 D. Asst Paymaster Thompson. J M
Henry. Wrn. 9
Tracey, John F
Hlne Willia II
Hayes, David R
Hewitt. Mrs mttle
Janes. W T -Jones,
Justice, P C. 2
K apian, I
Kenedy. James 2
Kennedy, P A
Kirk wood. A C
Times, Kditor of
Tbyron, 11 L
Veltman. J as W
Victory, James, 2
Wells, R Q
Weed, Miss Mabel
Williams, Salon II
Wicks. J H
Wilson, Mrs J B
Weld jr, Francis
Voung. J B
Toonie, John A, 2
Young, James L
Psrties Inaulrine for letters In the above list, are particu
larly requested to ARK fOR ADVERTISaD LETTERS.
U A. P. BRICKWOOD.P. M. 0.
Mask, Fancy and Evening Dress BALL !
AT BtTFt'.M'S HALL., MARCH 29th. I
am tally prepared to make
Yng, rhlakers, Snitches, fcc, .., la 1 1 Style.
GZORGK W. VOOT,
It lialr Dresser. Hotel Bt.
APPLICATION HAVING BEEN' MADE
to the andersigoed ftr tbe settlement of tbe Bounda
ries of the I J ef Boaaalkaia, at Waipio. Kwa, Island of
Uehu, all parties Interested are hereby notified that the said
application will be beard at my Office, No. 30 Merchant El.,
Honolulu, ON TDE8DAT, March 80th, 1880. at 1 p. m., at
which I use and place all parties Interested are notified to
be present. R. P. BICKERTON,
Commissioner of Boundaries fur the Island of Oahu.
Dated Honolulu. March 19th, 1880. mar20 8t
APPLICATION HAVING BEEN MADE
to the undersigned for the settlement of the Bounda
ries of the Ahopaaa of Ilaklpuu. in Koolaupoko, Island of
Oahu, all parties interested are hereby notified that the said
application will be heard at my Office, No. 30 Merchant St.,
Honolulu. ON FRIDAY. March 281b, 1880, at 1 p. m., at
which time aod place all parties Interested ars notified to be
present. R- F. BICKERTON,
Commissioner of Boundaries for the Island of Oahu.
Dated Honolulu, March ltttb, 1880. It
AT AN ADJOURNED ANNUAL. MEET
ING of the Hawaiian Telegraph Co., held at Haiku,
Mani, March Stb, 1880, the following officers were elected for
the ensuing year:
President. ........ .............C. H. Dickey,
Treasurer. ................ .....8. T. Alexander,
Secretary C. II. Wallace.
It C. II. WALLACE, 8ec'y.
HOLLISTEE & CO.,
Dni'OCISTS, a POT If EC A RI ES, IMPOR
TERS of Tobacco and Cigars, Manufacturers of Soda
Water, Agenta for P. Lorlllard &. Co.'a Tin Tag. W. 8. Kim
ble A Co.'a Vanity Fair, and Goodwin A Co.'a Old Judge, To
baccos and Cigarettes.
tCT No. 8d Nuuanu Street, Honolulu. mylT '79
JOS. PERRY, CATERER!
WILL BE MOST IIAPPV TO OFFER HIS
aervices in the preparation of Suppers, Dinners, dee ,
for Weddings, Anniversaries, Clubs, etc , etc. Having had a
number ol years of experience In his line, he is sure to give
satisfaction. Terms Moderate. Address JOSEPH PERKY,
124 Queen Street. mar20 lm
Gr r Axxci
Mask & Fancy Dress Ball !
The Great Event of the Season.
PROF. BERGEaTS H1GMFICE3T 0RCDESTR1 !
WILL TAKE PLACR AT BCPFCM8 HALL
ON MONDAY EVEN'G, MAR. 29.
UCT Door open at 8:30 Grand March at 9. Lady and
Gent's Ticket, (3; Single Tickets, $2; which can be purchased
at O. r. WeU'a Music Store, Fort St.
It J. F. PICKERING, Manager.
MARSHAL'S SALE !
BT VIRTUE OP A WRIT OF KXKCCTION
issued out of the Police Conn of Honolulu, January 16th,
1&-S0, in favor of J. Q. Dickson, againat Joseph Areas, for
SIM, I have levied upon the follswing property, vis: One
Dwelling House, and tbe lease of the land called Waaloa, in
Manoa, Oahu, dated April 18th, 187T, for 10 years, at $50 per
aonom. Also, sandry Chickens, Pigs, Horse, Mule, Bullock,
snd tttore Fixings and shall sell the same on the premises oo
SATURDAY, the 17lh dsy of April, a. D. 1880, at 12 o'clock
noon, no less said Judgment, Interest snd costs be previously
Tbe above premises and Isaac are sold subject to a mortgage
of $300, with Interest, due Nor. lath. 1881. Tbe land Is
planted with Kalo and Bananas, snd is a valuable piece or
leasehold property. (martO it) W. C. PARKE, Marshal.
CEO. C. STR ATE MEYER,
8ign, Scenic, Banner and Show
Hotel Street, Opposite Union St.
IFY0l ri.TlC00DBlsnESSSIG.C0.TlFASEEj1E !
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
raillE FIRM KNOWN AS B A I LEV At COL
M. CORD is this dsy dissolved by mutual consent. All
accounts due said firm, and all debts of said firm, will be col
lected and paid by E. II. Bailey, who will cootioue the business
ol Manuiacturing Pai-al at the Wailuku Pol Factory aa usual.
E. II. BAILKY,
Wailuka, Mar. S, 19S0. (mar!3 4t) C. A. CULCURD.
A HANDSOMELY Fl'RKISIIEO ROOM
at No. 31 Here la ma Street, opposite Uueen Emma's.
IRON TANKS !
EX IIIt.HFI.TER. NKARL.V NEW, AND
IN GOOD ORDER. FOR SALE BY
reu tf James i. dowsett.
LAND FOR SALE !
ftp I IK UNDERSIGN ED, AS ATTORNEY IN
M fact lor Wm. Hillebrand. M- D., offers for sale, on liberal
terms, tracts of land in Kemoo, Kamananui, said to contain
704 acres in all; snd also a tract in Wahiawa, said to contain
Utfi acres, all situate in the District of Maialua, Island of
Oahu. The lands in Kemoo were formerly lessed to John
Silvia and Owen J. Holt. (J20 if ) CUAS R. BISHOP.
milE LAW OFFICES OF THE I'NDER
JL signed will be closed KVF.HY SATURDAY at 1 P. M.
oo and after Saturday, tbe Tib of February, IKS0.
CASTLE ir HATCH, .
S. B. DOLK,
RICH'D F. BICKERTON.
W. C. JOXtiS,
j31 3m JAMbs M. M0N5ABRAT.
A DWELLING HOUSE IN NUUANU
Vallev. rontainine ten rooms, aervanta' houaes. horae
ILL. and carriage stables. Alao, three acres of good pas
ture land. A great variety of fruit trees snd a large flower
garden. Government water laid on. Tbe premises are In a
good condition. Address: P. O. Box 1A9, or enquire of
nS & MAOMN.
A HOUSE A ND LOT IN KAPALAM A.
For tarticulars. inquire of
til If II. HACKFELD A CO.
THE PARISIAN RESTAURANT
- WILL BK KEPT Ol'EN a
-" hereafter fcVEKY EVK.MXG (ex- V
'Tij9 o-pl SuntUy) until Tea UVIsrk, T'0
aVlii where the beat of Uysler Hews. Fsncy afcl
Roasts, Pried ami Panned Oysters, and all other delicacies ran
be had. (o2ftlf L. DKJKA.N.
DOCTOR A. DESCH0WITZ.
LATK PROFESSOR OF LANGUAGE AT
the Lmvers.ty in WooaUnd. Cat. wiabes to rive in.
iructiin lo the FRENCH, (itKMIN, SPANISH aod
Hr.BK EN LAMilACES in schuls. clasaes or nrivaxe.
Uieh references. iy Address as above, care this otfice.
DK. E. STEVENSON,
MEMBER COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS
and riureors of Ont&i-.o. Cauada.
XT OFFICi. AND RESIDENCE, lluu.1 Street, near the
Rcyal Uaa-aiian Theatre. marl3 tf
fjrBSCRIBF.RSTO THE MUSICAL II A LL
a.3 ASSOCIATION are hereby notiaed that the Stock is
ready for issuance, and t ie Cret imminent ef 25 per cenu
payable at the oillce if the undersigned
maxl3 St A. Mc WAYNE, Treasurer.
kT A MEETING OF THE BOARD OF
Trustees of the Musical Hall Association, held in Hono
lulu. March lOih. 1S90, the following gentlemen were elected
Olcers cf the aaid Corporation:
President Sam'L G. VYUder,
Vice President H. A. WiJemann,
Seer scary J. A. Hasaicger,
Treasurer... A. Mc Wayne.
mar!33t J. A. HASSINtiER.Sec'y.
ALL SIIIPPERSOF FREIGHT
per steamers Likelike, Lehua and Mokolii
are hereby notified that we will not be re
sponsible lor any Freight or Parcels, unless
we receipt fur the same. Shippers are requested, in case of
loss or damage to make immediate claim at tbe office or by
letter. Claims will not be entertained unless made within one
month of losa or damaza.
Passengers snd shippers of freight are particularly rtqoesttd
to report any euanpiaiuta they may have at onr cQce.
WILDhR Ac CO.
February 2Sth, 1SS0. feb23 lm
I WILL PAY NO DEBTS CONTRACTED
in my name without mv written order. KA1L1WELA.
Honolulu, March 13lh, 1850. mar!3 it
MANGO GROVE. IN KA X KOIIE. OAHU,
containing Five or Six Acres, well fenced. Two Cot
tages, Out Buildings, Shade and Fruit Trees. Ac. For particu
lar!, enquire of (mho tl) 3. W. POGUK.
IN THIS CITY. ON THE AFTERNOON OF
the 1st iont , an Order drawu by the Hawaiian Agricultur
al Society, in favor of Lawrence Dee. The owner can have the
same by applying to RAYMOND REYES, at the Wharf Store
of J. T. Walcrhouse. tnarfl 3t
AM AX WHO UNDERSTANDS DRIVING
Oxen and Plowing, by ;fe21 tf) J.H.WOOD.
WET SALT HIDES. SHEEP AND GOAT
Skins, for which the highest Caah Price will be paid.
fe21 tf Proprietor Honolulu Tannery, Kohololoa.
Y A TOUXG LADY, JUST FROM SAX
F it AiN ClsCO, aa opportunity
To Give Music Lessons on the Piano,
To a few Pupils, at their own Homes. Terms Moderate.
Address A. B. C, Post Office Box 190, Honolulu. marl3 lm
EXPECTED PER ZEALANDIa!
A FEW COPIF.SOF JUDGE CATOX'S MIS
CELLANIES, and first aupply of Rev. Mr. CHA
NEY'S ALOHA, to be followed by another atock early. Also,
Archery Goods and Novelties.
fel4 If AT THOS. Q. THRUM'S Fort St. Store.
Fisher's Champagne Cider.
MANUFACTURED FROM THE BEST
and purest materials, perfectly harmless and healthy,
a refreshing and cooling drink, especially In cases of fever; at
No. 13. Liliha street, Honolulu. Orders may be sent, Q. O. D.
through Post Office Bx ISO.
Honolulu, January 17, 1680. Jal7-ly-3m
AROUND THE WORLD WITH GRANT
'HIE UNDERSIGNED ARE APPOINTED
M Agents f T the only authentic and authorited edition of
Arsasd the World with Grant, by J. Russell
Young, issued by the American Newa Co., to be complete in
20 parts, to form 2 vola. AH other editions pu porting to be
Grant's Tour, are spurious.
WHITNEY A ROBERTSON,
tnaro 2m TUPS. Q. THRUM.
"caution to the public.
IN BEHALF OF THE PUBLISHERS OF
the Edinburgh Subscription Edition of the ENCYCLO
PAEDIA BRITANNICA, Moth Edition, Messrs. A. Ac C
Black, and their American Agents, Messrs. Chas. Scribner's
Sons. I sm authorised to receive subscriptions for their
Genuine Edition, and to guard the public against the spuri
ous edition now offered by an Agent who purports his edition
to be the correct one.
Subscriptions will be received only for the entire set of 21
volumes, and are payable on delivery of each vol. as delivered.
THOS. G THRUM,
fel2S2m Agent for the Hawaiian Island".
a JL, E
THE TWO-STORY DWELLING
HOL'SK situated between the Fort St. Church and
Queen Emma's residence un Heretanla Street. Tha
premises are in perfect order with water laid on.
wilh galvanized iron pipes, throughout. There are two Stalls,
two Carriage Rooms, Harness Room, Wash Room, and two
Servants' Rooms attached. Terma made easy.
febaj Inquire of BOLLE3 Sc. CO.
gTtRAXK GKRTZ. BOOT AND SHOKMAKER,
has removed his business from Hotel Street lo the Store
on Merchant Street, formerly occupied by D. W. Clark. oc4
T. B. WALKER.
W. K. MKTC&LPS.
WALKER & METCALFE,
Contractors and Builders,
S PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID
A to the setting of all kinds of Steam Boilers, Furnaces,
Ovens and Ranges, Brick or Slone Chimneys, any
J height; Composition Monuments and Head stones,
marble or granite. ICT Satisfactory Referencea given when
required. Address P. 0. ja3I
Fire Risks on Cane Fields.
'MIE UNDERSIGNED. AGENTS far the
IMOY FIRE AM) U.IKISE IXSrKAXCE COMP'Y
Of New Zealand are authorized to accept Fire Risks on Su
gar Crops in the field. For particulars, apply to
WM. ti. IRWIN it CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
COTTAGES TO LET.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEING ABOUT TO
erect a number of Cuttagea. with garden land attached,
a short distance from town in Nuuanu Valley, corner of
School street, opposite Mr. Henry Vat.-rhouae, also, on School
street, as far as opposite Rev. fJ. E. Bishop's.
Tbe rentals will be about Twenty-five Dollars per month.
Tenanta will have the right of purchase by payment in irstall
menls for three or five years, with a deposiie of Twenty-five
per cent , ahould any be aold.
Those requiring homes can secure the same by an early ap
plication to the undersigned, and if nol loo late, can have
buildings lo auit the intending occupants.
ja3lf JOHN TIIQ3. WATERHOCSK.
PAINTS AND OIL,
JUST RECEIVED: ATLANTIC LEAD,
in Packages of 1 Pound to 60 Pounds in tin cans aod
wood. Also, Paint Oil, boiled and raw. For Hale by
marl3 '80 UOLLKd - CO.
CHROME GREEN, CHROME YELLOW.
Verdigris, Patent Dryer, Vermilion, Ac, with a tieneral
Assortment of Fancy Paints For Sale by
marl3'80 B0LLE3 A CO.
IX BARRELS AND FIVE GALLON TIN
CANS. For Sale by (mar 13 'SO) BOLLKa A CO.
triOR LUBRICATING. IN FIVE GALLON
' TINS. For Sale by (maris 'BO) BOLLKS A CO.
SPIRITS OF TURPENTINE,
IX FIVE GALLON TINS. FOR SALE BY
marl3 '60 BOLLES A CO.
ALES OF IIAY.OATS. BARLEY. CORN,
Bran, Ac. For Sale by (marl3 'SO) BOLLKS Ac CO.
IX B A R R ELS AND HALF II A R R ELS, SAID
to be First Class. Colombia River Palmon. ex Mattle
Macleay, for Sale Low, by (marl3 '80) BOLLEd it CO.
HALF BARRELS OF BEEF,
FROM OREGON", FOR SALE BY
marl3 '80 BOLLES & CO.
BEEF AND PORK.
JUST RECEIVED. A FRESH LOT OF
Orejron aod California Beef. Also, Extra Prime Pork,
which will be sold at Low Prices, by
marl3 '80 BOLLES A CO.
THE HAWAIIAN BARK
M. RKKMNX, Master.
Has Just Arrived from Bremen,
122 days Passage, and Is now discharging her
Cargo of New Goods
IN EVERY LINE.
.above Goods are offered lo the Trade AT LOW
RATES ant on LI U ER A L T E R MS by
4 H. H ACXFELD &CO.
FOR SALE !
California Beef, California Pork,
By Late A rrirats. For Sale Low, by
se20tf A. W. PE1KCE A CO
LARGE ASSORTMENT. NEW AND
Por Sale by
U a. iKKsU.
BOLLES A CO.
MncBETH Sc Oo.,
Have Just Opened a New Tailoring Es
tablishment, at No. 89 Hotel St.,
And are Prepared to Furnish,
-VT XjOW prices,
FIRST CLASS GOODS !
GOOD FITTING GARMENTS.
ALCOHOL ! ALCOHOL ! !
98 PER CENT. PROOF.
In Demijohns of Five Gallons Each
P. A. SCBAEFER A CO 's
CALIFORNIA WHITE WINE.
In Ten Gallon Kefs,
L. Freali Lot, OT vs. sat Iloo'cl,
mart At F. A. SCHAKFKE A CO.'s
DUC Djs M0NTEBELL0,
In Quarts and Pints.
Direct from Messrs. Alfred de Monlebello A Co. Chateau ds
Mareuil sur Ay, at
F. A. SCHAIFKR A CO.'s.
Marine Insurance Company of Berlin !
General Insurance Company of Berlin !
rMIE ABOVE INSURANCE COMPANIES
1 have Established a General Agency here, and the L'nder
signed, General Agenta, are authorised to take
Risks Aalnst the Danjfrs or the Seas at the Most
Seasonable Rates, and on the Most
P. A. SCHAEFKR A CO.,
Honolulu. March 1st, 1880. (marOSm) General Agents.
OX XCUAXU STREET,
Hollister cfcs C2o.
RESPECTFULLY INVITE .
The Attention of the Public
TO THE FACT, THAT Til BY
Have Opened at Their Old Stand
No. 85 Kuuanu Street, a Full Line of
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, DYE STUFFS.
THE CELEBRATED CELLULOID
THE LARGEST AND
Most Complete Asst. of Perfumery
IN THE L1TV.
The ' Prescription Department
Is in Charge of MR. J. L. ROYSTOX, a Pharma
ceutist of Large Experience, Thoroughly Competent and
Reliable. iTT Prescriptions Compounded at all houra of the
Day or Night.
NIGHT BELL ON THE FRONT DOOR !
C. BREWER & CO.,
Offer For Sale to .Arrive,
American ISnrlt (Ceylon,
IIA YDON, Master, now about due FROM BOSTON,
Franklin Store Coal, in casks, for family use;
Wilmington Tar, Rosin, Cotton Duck, Noa 1 to 10;
Iron Blocks, Anchor Shackles, Pick Handles,
Oak Plank, Hunt's Hatchets, Surf Boats,
Boston Card Matches !
Cenlrifu al Linings. New Bedford Manila Cordage.
Ppunyarn, Seising, Marline, I ard Oil,
Boiled Linseed Oil. Axle Grease,
Dammar Varnish, Putty,
Hide Poison, Spirits of Turpentine,
Nails, Oars, assld., 15 to 22 feet.
Babbitt Metal. Composition Nails,
Family Pork, quarter barrels
Yellow Metal, Sheathing,
Twine, Soap, Chairs,
Tomato & Mock Turtle Soup,
Lobsters, 1 4- 2 lb. cana;
Black Walnut, Wash Boards,
Buckets, Paper Bags, assorted;
Cedar Boat Boards. Leather Washers,
New Bedford Whaleboats, firewood,
WORM WIRE CRIBS An CAXOPIES
Kerosene Oil, " Electric ! "
INVOICE OF CARBIAGES I
AN INVOICE OF
KEROSENE OIL- !
marl3 '60 qr
ADDS NEW CUSTOMERS
Who Have Foun
THAT TO "BUT CLOSE," TIIET MUST
" Please FiU the Following Order at Your lowest Price. C. 0. D."
WE HAVE ON HAND A FINE STOCK OF GOODS
Bought Very Low. aod hse rsreirsd. ex Late Arrivals, a
oo the way, V 11 of Wllloll Wo Oflor OllOssP
CALL AND EXAMINE OUR FINE STOCK OF LAlflPS AND CHANDELIERS !
W. keep Downer's Genuine Kerosene O.I. Palace Water bits Oil. Bed Cr A n 1 'urgJ'aBaCW
Non-ExptasiTe Keroeens Oil Stores, asaeihing new. V, . hare oa BaBd. and Sooa to A'"' J, Yarni.has, Ac. A Uood
Stock of Paint, all kinds and colors, and of the B EST G R A I ES. A too. PalB WL Ti" ou. BRUSH KS,
Assortment of Carriage Paints and Varnishes. Lubricating Oils, Albany Cylinder Od, Lard Oiland castorwn.
a Full and Complete Lias of All Kinds, Just Beceived.
BlllllEKS ll.IRIItf.lllt, KIT AM) MORE TO ARRIVE- S00. !
Table Cutlery. Direct from the Cclebra.sd Manulactory ol Land.'. r.r, , Clark, a Ad' ZauU
chaDics' Tools. Pocket Knires. Katora, Scissors. Shears, a large assortment, Twine and r 'rkH'
FnroUhlng Goods under this head, Uauae-kerpers will find many L'etful and Desirable Articles.
a Choice Selection. Direct from the WHI Known
THE AVERILL MIXED F
So long an.1 tarorably known lo America, Has become one ef our Staple ArtirWs of Trade -It sells on lis own merits. Buy
It! Try It! And yoa will want more.
We hare a Good Stock on Hand, and more on the way, from MOLING and other Celebrated Makers. Ons of our
specialties in this lins is tbe
HflPROVEB STEEL PARIS PLOW !
and the Regular Paris Breaking Vp Plow. These Plows are said by some of our Customers to be
Superior to any Other Plow Ever Offered in This Market.
WE HAVE A GOOD STOCK OP
Spades, Shovels, Oa's, Forks, Bales, Planters' Does, heatj aid llfkU Crow Bars,
Grindstones and Fixtures, Pick Axes, Pick Mattock, GKlB II0ES, Bush and Grass Stjtfces,
'. . ' ." '
- : Scjthe Snaths, St) the Stones. Bash Dookl, Grass or Eire Books, Cane Knives, lxes,
v -- - - - - ; , - " , -
Hatchets, Wheelharrows, Canalbarrows, Ox Chains, trace Chains, Back Chains,
Tensall Chains. 1-8 aaaT l-t Inch; - ' , '
: ' - -"'"'-I - " ': '
Peter Wright's Anvils ahd VisesTrenton Vises, Horse Nails,
Blacksmiths' Bellows, Portable Forges, Horse and Hale Shoes, Heavy Wrought Spikes,
Cnt Spikes, Galvanized Nails and Spikes, Cat Nails, Small Rope, l- to 1 -4 IntBalelat; Cord,
AND AN ENDLESS VARIETY OF -GOODS; NOT MENTIONED IN THIS LIST!
: Can he had at 11 Fort Street. "' CLOSE BITERS ' are recommended to call,
and they will bav their Goods of .
DILL I 2ST GHA M & CO.
Home a&sgaixi I
MR, A. IV1 . MELLIS h" retitrned frtm tli United 8ial, after a moat iiPcewKful
biiHififfH trip. He has completed arrangements iucreaHinn his firm's lacililies lor nfTering
Tlie Best Goods at
1880 THE LATEST STYLES,
THE LEADING F-SIIIOISrS.
MR. MELLIS has brought with bim aa elegant variety of new and attractive Goods. Having
reached San Francinco in time to purchase from tbe creditors the remainder of the Stock of Mers.
Dunkel Si Harper, bankrupt, he can offer the following Goods from their stock at
Thirty Cents on the Dollar!
Irc.i Trim 111 i 11
And all sucli appertaining to this Lino !
No. 27 Merchant 8t.f Importer and Dealer lo
DIAIVZOIaTD GOODS !
LADIES' AM) GENTLEMLN'S
Waltham & Elgin Watches
IN GOLD AND SILVER CASES;
SOLID GOLD JEWELRY,
Etc., Etc., in Great Variety;
WATCHES & CHRONOMETERS RATED !
Magnifying Glasses, Sextants,
Quadrants, or Nautical Instruments,
Repaired and Adjusted,
With Acraracj aad Dlapalch. aad
AT LOW RlTES!
IT rdera from the Other Islands Promptly Attended to,
and Qooda Forwarded C. ). D.
N. B. Chronometers Carefully Cleaned
fcy Transit Instrument and Other Astronomical Obserrationa
a rider the special control of Mr. OKO. E. JACKSON, Retired
Navigating Lirnienant K. N , who will be in constant attend
ance. 17 TEKMS, HENCEFORTH,
CASH Oi DEMVERY !
CALIFORNIA RIVER SALMON.
THK GKXt lXK A RTICLE iS BARRELS
and Half Barrels. For Ru hr
BOLLES A CO.
For Sale by
BOLLES aV CO.
OREGON, FAMILY, PIC PORK,
FAl.KINBL'RQ. For sale by (d27) BOLLES At Co.
W,lltJiaTOS TAH' WILMISOTO!,
PITCH. For gale
BOLLKS a CO.
wt TT6T OP THOSE ; UsOT; -"
Bought for Ca.h at Old Prices, and
Large Addittoo thereto,
TO XT Oaa
Hjue i f Reed Barton, Manufactttrers.
.Jil'-'SIew ISSra ! !
for Honolulu !
tlie IowcHt Prlcew.
MELLIS & FISHEL,
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
BARING GOULD & JACKSON,
1VI1. ENGINEER. LAND At M A RINK
80RVKYOK8 AND DRA ITOflTRM if v
Mr. Gould, who has lately been Contractor's Engineer on tha
London and Southwestern Hallway, and District Engineer oo
tht Madeira and Mamore, the ban Francisco and Tocantlns.
and ths Conde d'Ku Kail. ays, ia always ready to Bodertaks
an Hallway or Tramway Work.
Mr. Jackson (Retired Navigating Lieutenant R. N..) la pre
pared to execute any Marine eureyinf or Draughting, and to
attend eunreys on Vessels, Ac.
Chronometers carefully attended to and rated by Transit In.
strument and other Astronomical Observation.
W. B. Chronometers to be left with D. W. Clark, Merchant
Nautical Instruments carefully adjusted. Plans and Trac
ings made, ty Terms moderate.
OFFICK. corner of Fort and Merchant Streets, over Dr
Stangenwald's. dao tf
: . HALLIDIE'S PATENT
Endless Wire Ropeway
r1IIE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN AP.
...J0'."'?1 ole" tor the Hawaiian Islands for A. 8.
Hsllidie's Iron and Steel Wlrs Rope of every description.
Patent Endless Wire Ropeway (or transportation o Ores.
Merchandise, Sugar, Sugar Cane. Ac We hare also been an
pointed sjle Agents for tbe California Wlrs Works Co
'",b"e iaat received for distribution a few copies of lb
Mechanical Miner's Guide, Transportation of Or and other
material by means of the Kndless Traveling W Ire Rope, Ilalli
die's Patent Kndless Wire Ropeway, with suggestions as to Its
We 'I1'elPe'u"y "uggest to our Planters and their
Agenta that Hsllidie's Wire Hope Tramway is lust whst thei
want for the transportation of Cane, and also for carrrlna
fg?o the'M r0"'""' nd trma'twtlD PP'i from the lind"
n " DILLINGHAM St
L,bs. to the Ton !
COALS 1 COALS! COALS!
Planters will Take Notice.
Steamboat Agents will Take Notice.
Families will Take Notice.
.11?Jt-reVe!ved d for sale nr
W.W the UnderairnaH at ik. T... d.. . .
of the celebrated VeUi7gton MTn7
DEPARTURE BAY COAL
oK?s. a"" tS ZZ"? ram..,
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ALSO, TO ARRIVE,
2,500 Tons Best duality WaUsend Coal
w wi to suit Purchaaert
AT THE LOWEST RATES,
SS40 Pounds to the Ton.
ALLEN At ROBINSON.
2340 Lbs. to the Ton I
1 x 0.