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FRWA K A CGCST 20. 1880,
Business la a commercial, financial or trade sens. has
es In a IitbM condition during the part week, but as
l now the usual doll season, bustnesa wen generally
.. no writer nor contain, bnt seem to be satisfied that
sines, will be rood when the proper sewn
nn s round. Xxrhaoxe is scarce,
, bnt U liable to be
rter when steamer -day comes
the rates are still toe
:ne 2?4 an.l 3 per cent
r. ri.mrtiirH t,r the week Just
ended hare been
Ite numerous being seren In nomber. bnt as four of
number went In ballast the exports are not greatly
rested. The three laden Teasels W H Meyer. J D
reckel and Discovery to. k cargoes valued at a total of
13 071 J domestic produce. The only arriTal from the
'. eek is the Malolo. which brings a cargo
.inlr romcoaed of Flour. Shingles
elshts are rather dull at present
number of the
Us not grinding, and sugar is therefor slow in com.
I forward. A plentiful supply of Rice is assured, and
. the crop Is large the prospects for freighter are goo
jJttrtnfc the week past we hare shipped from her
I mil lbs rice and 1JC3.VW lbs sugar. 5.234 parkaffe of
nr were received since last writing
As we ?o to prew. the Grace Huberts la coming in the
trbor. 22 days fmiu Port Blakeley
The latest notation. August 4. of price ia San Fran
sco are as follows :
c&Aa- Late Manila ad rices quote for 93.10.
KICK. Mixed. 5 30 ; .No. I China. $4Jli : No. 2 ditto.
03 Ci 16 10 : Hawaiian. f...3fc to per iwi mav.
tz.,.. .,, at to rents, with an upward tendency
Tbe followtn article we rUp from late .irn rrancitco
mhant . American cspital and reciprocity are doing
vat thin f"V the Hawaiian isiaaua ; ior capvri
i w(ra si.-l."0 for the half-year ending July 1C
..u.i II Kit !ui In the corresponding period of l9.
,.i their imports from the United Mates are increasing
. proportion. That, as the HulMtm truly says. Pn-
.h.,. mr...liM see rlnva matnlv from Han Francisco,
J Ission-street wharf, where all the Hawaiian fleet that
"v ,n b a. comnjilated there, are berthed, is a 11 rely
......... . three ,r f.mr ressels loading, and others
1L05C THE UII IE US.
The wharves l.,k a deserted to-day. the City of Nankin
the cnlr foreign TesiM-l alongside, front Allen Jk
. I., arharf eolirul to the P M C'OB Wharf.
Tk. ,k fct.rlitht has nnishimz diM hargiug and will
: ow load ballast, probably sailing on Tuesday fir Port
'ownsemL . , ,
Tk- . n W Alnit is loaitins at Brewer Co wharf.
be may sail the Utter end of tbe coming week, for Pan
The schr Clan Spreckebys In the stream but will soon
.aiil alnifi'ie the Lplanale to loan.
tk. i . i.f Xmnkin ia ret dischareins.
The hr Malolo is nearly finished discharging. She
rill not return to Ban Francisco bnt will be placed on a
oaettn route between these Inlands.
ii r r rnrrette Pellrsn has returned from Kanai and
. in lla . t re mm
The Japanese training ship Tsukuba is now in the har-
Tka t,.m Ruens Vi-ta. Oen Butler. Kerere and Amelia
hare all sailed in ballaet only to different points on the
Pacific Coast- . .
Tbe stiur Ho Chung will return to this port front San
Frsnctse about ept 16.
In is exnected daily, the is supposed to
.... i... ian tviu-ijK-u on the 'tit or Sth inst.
The l.ady I-ampsoo and 1 C Murray were discharging
kt Man I raocisco on the etn inst.
The Rosario was loading at San Francisco for Hilo.
nth a general cargo, and will also bring as pa-Dgers a
inmbeeof hite laborers. She was to leave about the
The Kelpie was still gettinR machinery on board. Aug
th anil would not be ready to sail for here before two
tk.ii. .k M.ttie Mmrlesr. 3U! tons, has been char-
ered to load lumber from Paget bound to tbenghai. on
irlrate terms, . . .
There are nearly 1M disengaged ships in the port of
few York. ... ., a
The Sir William Wallace Is loading at Newcastle, N S
r t..r sn t'nni-iiro ris Honolulu.
t-v. r.nn.hee reasels belontrinsT t or bound to or
rom ports in the t'nited States reported totally loat and
niHsing .luring May is M. Tbe list compriaee 3 steamers
f ships. IS barks. 5 brigs and schooners, and their total
. sine, excluslre of cargoes, is estimated at ft,0UO.
The mammoth steamer Oreat Eastern will probably re-.-iait
American waters ere long on a commercial venture.
n the Galreston News is a communication from her
harterers. Slesers. Wnght. Law lee k. Co. addressed to the
iurrrnor of Teias. Informing him of their Intention or
.tx, r,iriTij the vessel in conrerWK dead meat or lire
attle from some port in the United titstes.
On the 3rd inst. between the hour of and 10. a x no
ea thn M resseU were entering the harbor of Ban
Francisco, including fire deep-water vessels, one steamer
nd a fleet of coasters.
The Ame Turner sailed from Boston for Honolulu on
inii'Nitv Mha anil be due here in November.
TheLi-tite Iredale anl Viola are loading at Liverpool
jritH a eeneral rariro for this port.
Tbe bks C K Bishop and Kale were loading at Bremen
for Honolulu on Aug 1st. The U K Hianop wouta pro
bably sail CrM and be due here in all December.
a irlrmm from Bremen via San Francisco reached
r.er h lui mail annonincins the burning of the ft C
wHk at sea. The CaDtain and crew had reached Val-
prslso in safety. No further particulars.
pout or nowoLULU, b. z.
Auir liII 11 S Pelican. Dickeo. from Kauai
1 Japanese Currette Tiakoba. Aiora, 13 days f m 8 P
! 11 r sen Malolo, Goodwin, 12 J days from 6 f ria
19 Am sen Clous 2preckles, days from Kaholui
Aog It Topsail sch W U Meyer, Jorjoo, fur San Francisco
Id EiT.ne J V eprecklss. llanseo. lot can r raocisco
17 Bk Boena Vista, Calhoao. tx Port Towosend
19 Bk Uen'l Bailer, Ri-icr, for Port Tovnseod
19 Ch slm Ho-Chang, Peterson, for San F raocisco
19 Bk Kerere. Mclntyre. fur Manaimo
19 Bklne Amelia, Foye, Port Towusend
19 Bktne Discorery, Penhallow, for San Francisco
VESSELS IN PORT
HUMS Pelican. Dicken
ii J M Training MblpTsukuLa. Aiaura
Am sch Hooora.
Jaluit bgtoe Mcotaos
fh.p City of Nankin.
Bk Helen W Almy.
Schr t 'laus Ppreekels
Lk Grace Huberts
Vreaela far IIiselalai frns Frel(B Perls.
Brit bk OberoQ. Liverpool, due Sept 23-30
Am bk Mohican. New York, due Nov IS
Am bklne Kurcka, Saa Francisco, doe
Am bktne Emma An rusts. Port Gamble
Bnt ship Flsetwtna, New Castle, H S W. to sail about July 10
Am kq Dashing ware, IHanaimo.for Uana, alatu, due Aug
Brit bk Spirit of the Are, Hongkong, due August 16.
Consaelo, Pan I ranciace, due.
Kelpie, San Francisco,
Rainier, Port Uamble, due Aug 17.
Monitor, Eureka, hading.
M W Tufts, San Francisco, loading.
Sir William Wallace, Newcastle, N3W, loading.
Amie, port Blakely, chartered.
Bosario, fan Francisco lor Hilo loading Aug 4
Amy Turner, Boston doe Nov
Lizzie Iredale, Liverpool loading Aug 1
Viola. Liverpool loading Aug 1
C R Bishop, Bremen loading Aug 4
Kale, Bremen loading Aug
Report at schooner Malolo, Goodwin Captain Left
Han Francisco at 3 p m on the 4th inst. Off Point Loboa
encountered hesry sea, bar breaking, wind strong, west-
ly anci cunxinuea mi p m or tne 6tb. Weatner rainy
witn squaiis ana neary log. I rom mis date to tbe 17tb
had moderate trades with passing squalls, veaael work
ing wen. un in i.in strong trades, at 8 p m sighted
east end or Hani, bearing hE, and at 430 a m on the lth
headed for Sahninl, at 7 a m took pilot on board and re
ceived orders to proceed to Honolulu. At 7 JO p m an-
cnoreq oo torn entrance ox nuuoiuiu oar dot.
From San Francisco, per Malolo. Ang 19 1000 qr ska
Spur. 1 case cigars, 73 bales hay. 150 m shingles. 9958 ft
lumber. K W. 5000 red brick, S00 bags barley. 25 sacks
For San Francisco, per W H Meyer. Aug 14 23 bales
skins, zrju oaa Kire. i 1 oaa viurar, vri bnens bananas.
jri pegs syrup, neer args. i norse stalls.
For Faa Francisco, per i D Hpreckels, Aug 18 504 bags
ruw, aju pags sugar. Awm ratue .io-
For 8aa Francisco, per Ho Chung. Ang 191 ease man-
(roes, a baskets leaves, luo bncha bananas, Dom value
f. la transit 1900 mats Chinese rice.
For .an Francisco, per Discovery, Ang 19 534 pkga
sugar, lij pkgs nee, 210 bbis molasses, vom value f 44.
Ti fan Francisco, per Discovery, Ang 17 Mr Griffin,
Mr Froser. Mr McLean, U FUber.
For San Francisco, per Ho Chung. Ang 18 T P Tiadale,
Mm Tisdais. Mr Laird and wile. C A Pratt, James Mc
ann. George Lnproil and S Chi rese.
For Port Townseud. per Amelia Ang 19 John M Oat.
Wrxara At PaUiU. Makawao. Maui. Jnly Slat. Wil
li am mact. youngest son or Boiand T. and aoizabeth P.
"Way TJp Ceho Csesar Horcno.
Th voice of the ptople it th voir of God.
To all true born citizens of tbe conn try greeting.
Wt have with as one Celso Caesar Moreno, a natural
ized and true Hawaiian. His great desire is the ad
vancement of this country ia wealth, and the salva
tion of this people, bj placisg tbe leading positions
of Government in the hands of the Hawaiians for
administration. The great desire c( Moreno is to
east down foreigners from official positions and to
pat true Hawaiians in their places, because to them
Jbelongs the conn try. They should bold the Govern
gaeat and not strangers. This bas been the eanae of
.the decrease of this people. Positions bsvs been
Jalea from Hawaiians and given to stranger. C.
A2. Moreno desires to throw down three foreigners,
and elevata to high positions the people to whom
belongs the land that is the red-eklns. This is the
'teai reason of jealousy on the part of foreigners of
this city, viz., iba,t Hawaiians shall be placed above
them lo all things in this well-beloved eon n try. C
C Moreno is the heart frora whence will issne life to
-1 L.b.:-e U ill-, euo.-itauce
f .- r I if. it
I Commercial bbcrtiser.
SA TURD A Y. AVG UST 21 .
Tiie prevailing feeliDg during the paat week
amoDg all who respected Ilia Majeetj wu ooe of
adnes that eril adtisera aboald bare beld aacb
way in the Rojal Councils. It tf plainlj evi
dent that there must be an interruption of friend'
Ij diplomatic intercourse with foreign power if
a certain appointment was persisted in, and there
waa a general wish that anj diplomatic remon
strance might be avoided by timely concession.
This we believe waa at last accomplished, bat
not before a rude shock had been given to public
The late MAistrt Messrs. VTilder, Kapena,
Kaai, and Preston took office oo tbe 3rd of
Julj, 1873. DuriDg the past two jeara they
filled their respective offices with credit to them
selves, and with the almost universal approbation
of the public. Men holding high public posi
tions, and also having business connections in
tbe country, cannot fall to be criticized, but the
victor la mined when that criticism ia chal-
. j 3
lenzed. The ex-Minister ol the Interior, to use
his own words, made his mark in this country
lie devoted tbe largest portion of bis time to tbe
countrv. and. had be been retained in office, we
might expect to have seen in two or three years
hence the development of those plana which be
has devised, and the judicious expenditure of the
large sums that have been appropriated for per
manent improvements. Of bis colleagues we can
in enaa.II hieb terms, and it is
further a pleasure for us to testify to tbe eetima
tion in which they were held, and the respect I
shown to them bv their subordinates. Ibe late
vote of " want of confidence ' brought forward
n th AaApmblv craves their nosition With tbe
Nobles and Representatives, and the general
demonstration of public sentiment already ex
pressed, and which still pervades this city, goes
to show that their recent peremptory dismissal
from office is inexplicable.
The past week has been ooe of much excite
ment. During the day of our last issue tbe
prorogation of the Legislative Assembly, and the
returning by His Majority of some exceptional
hills, had relieved the public mind from tbe
anxious strain oi toe previous tew weeaa ; ami
e . . - e t -
our citizens were about to turn to their usual
avocations free from tbe anxiety caused by fears
of reckless legislation, when it was suddenly
announced that tbe efficient and capable Cabinet
Ministers who bad successfully, and entirely to
tbe public satisfaction, conducted tbe affairs of
the Government for the last two years, and who
had laid careful plans for tbe coming two years,
which had received the sanction of tbe Legislative
Assembly, bad been summarily and rudely dis
missed from office.
This sudden action alone was enough to cause
anxiety, but it was hoped that it was but an act
for whicb good reason would be given, and that
their successors would be men worthy of public
confidence ; but even this hope was dashed when
the names of tbe new Cabinet was made known.
Not in tbe history of tbe present reign has tbe
public uuna been so agitated ana aurmea, ana
it may be added so recklessly, for prosperous as
the reign has been, there was never less need of a
change in the Ministrv.
We are credibly informed that tbe China
steamer Hochunj brought over from China $500,-
060 for tbe purpose of tendering a loan to this
Government. Now as it is a well known fact
that tbe llochung is a Government steamer, a
statement we make on tbe letter of Mr. C. C.
Moreno, to wliich appeared in tbe Hawaiian Ga-
:etle of November 2G, 1879, we naturally presume
this is Government money. Supposing tbe loan
bill bad passed, wbat might have been tbe result.
and in this connection the question suggests it
self why the sudden change of Ministry? There
is a link in tbese matters which can possibly be
detected. On tbe other band, why not borrow
from China if money can be bad from there
cheaper than elsewhere. But this bardly seems
feasible when we know that China bas, daring
tbe past six years, borrowed largely from foreign
markets, principally London. For tbe informa
tion of oar readers and financiers we quote tbe
following loans. Uninese Imperial uovernment
loan of 1874, 533,415, bearing interest at 8 per
cent, tin to ot 1B77. Jui.WH7D at o per cent.
Ditto of 1878, $2,599,333 at 8 per cent. These
loans are secured by tbe Customs revenue wbicb
for tbe year 1879, amounted to nearly $20,000,-
000. China may be tbe treasury of tbe world.
but she has not yet become a lender of money to
other nations without some ulterior object in
view. The wire pulling is of a peculiar nature,
and one that will not bear a strict investigation.
We shall probably again refer to this matter at
an early date.
A retrospect of tbe past seven days' events
would fill all the col urns of this journal if given
in detail, but briefly they are as follows : On
Saturday Parliament was prorogued after being
a session since tbe 30 tb ol April. Scarcely bad
tbi ceremony been concluded than an announce
ment was made that the Ministry was dismissed.
This was followed by tbe spread of tbe news of
the new Ministry.
On Sunday morning there was an unusual
murmuring of dissent from tbe Regal action.
On Monday a meeting was organized for tbe
purpose of expressing public opinion npon tbe
action of Iiis Majesty in removing tbe late Cab
inet, and in appointing in tbe place thereof oth
ers, particularly one, C. C. Moreno, an alien un
known to tbe people,' Elsewhere we give a de
tailed account of tbe meeting.
Oo Tuesday tbe excitement continued, mainly
owing to no reply being received to tbe resolu
tion presented to His Majesty, and also on ac
count of tbe deputation having failed to obtain
Wednesday brought forth another meeting of a
still more prominent character. It was called by
gentlemen woose names we paousn in an
.a . a . m
other column. During tbe meeting, Mr. Cart-
wright stepped in and announced that Mr. C. C.
Moreno bad resigned, and that his resignation
bad been accepted. Mr. S. N. Castle compared
toe news to inanaer rrom a ciear ezy ' (save
tbe simile). A deputation again waited on Ilia
Majesty who received them through his Chamber-
. . - a a m a
Iain, on tbe plea of ill-health. Tbe reception
was however favorable, and bis reply enthusia
stically received by tbe meeting.
On Thursday rumors of a re-action Laving set
in altered the aspect of afam, wbicb was fur
ther corroborated by a summons for all loyal sub
jects of llis Majesty to again attend Kaumakapt-
li church on Friday at 5 P. m. Who are they
that are not loyal we would ask 7
Last night's iaxb-meetiag was largely attended.
at which two resolutions wars passed, one retracting
the action of Monday, and another thanking His
Majesty for ejecting the lately appointed Minister cf
Foreign Eelatkma. The meeting was noisy, and not
conducted witfc the same rectitode as those previous
The -aismssAi, of a Ministry appears to be a
matter' not regulated in this country by any
authoritative precedent. If tbe Legislative
Assembly ehoali pass a rote of not of eocfi-
dence, that of itself might or might sot tsquixs
the resignation of the Ministry, anoarding as the
Legislature should or should cot T0t the appro
priations required to carry on tbe Govonuaeai,
It might happen that tbe Legislative Assembly,
tf tii-; fv4'ity, aua . u.'u r-i fu? t: ti
iara fnr th Rflnrwmtativefl to learn tbe views
of the community, and for tbe Ministers also to
gj before the country with their side of the ques
tion, then to call the Assembly together for
further consideration of tbe question. This is
tbe English method, and there seems to be no
' good reason why it should not be adopted here
in such a case.
It also may happen that His Majesty may have
good reasons for dismissing a Ministry, which
affect the public welfare, and are not gencraUy
known. The wisest and safest course for him to
follow would be to trust bis Ministers, and give
horr th wvinlaits nnwer to administer national
affairs as long as they are in office, and when he
finds that they do not command the confidence of
tbe country at large, then to discbarge them.
But tbe dismissal of the last Ministry is not
the question which is now pressing upon the
community. It is insisted by some woo rrguxu
the recent appointment" as proper, that the
public cannot call in question the propriety of
the King's Cabinet appointments without en
croaching upon tbe Koyal prerogative. No
greater mis take could be made. Tbe officers of
tbe English service, civil and military, are styled
Her Majesty's omcers, 01 w caterer raoia. ui
tion. If it happens that Her Majesty has com
mimunned a General in charee of ber armies, for
.instance, who turns out to be incompetent, or to
be unsuccessful In securing confidence, the officer
ia for that reason dismissed, and that without
anyone imagining that tbe Queen's prerogative
is affected. If Her Majesty's Premier is so un
popular that her national affairs do not work
smoothly, a new Premier for that reason takes
bis place, and all tbe Ministers connected with
him go out at tbe same time as a matter of course,
in order that she may be free to make a new and
harmonious Ministry. This is what should occur
here in this country. Tbe retirement of Mr.
Moreno, for reasons which were satisfactory to
His Majesty, involves the calling of another
Premier who would have tbe right to suggest bis
associates. Tbe Ministers now in office should.
from ordinary courtesy, relieve His Majesty from
bis present embarrassment by sending in their
a. If. U a I t 1 a
commissions at once. He would then look around
for some person who had the confidence of the
community to arrange a new Cabinet. This is
the regular way with Sovereigns of great and
powerful nations. Why should it be different
with this nation?
From Late British State papers, relating to
Turkej, we make tbe following extracts which,
bad wiser counsels not prevailed , might even
bare been applicable to our own country. In a
dispatch from Sir A. II. Layard to Iler Majesty's
principal Secretary of State for Foreign Afiaire,
we quote as follows :
In conclusion, the moat enlightened and patriotic
Turkish statesmen, and functionaries, and the most in
telligent Turks, are folly alive to the dangers 'which
threaten tne mplre,and are prepared for the adoption
of decisive and radical measures to avert them. The
moat distinguished of them have been sent away from
the capital Into honourable exile as Governors-Oeneral
or to fill other posts, because they are known to advocate
a cbange or systems, aianmoud Kedlm, bafvet, and
Haired din Pashas being the only men of note left in
Constantinople. There la a general conviction that the
only measures that can aave Turkey from speedy collapse
are the Immediate dismissal of the present incompetent
Ministry ; the removal from the Palace and from access
to the Sultan of those men who now exercise an evil in.
finence over him." .
" Under theae clrcumstancea it atrears to me that the
Powers have a right, if they think fit to exercise it, to
demand that the National Assembly should be called to
gether. If Her Majesty's Government were disposed to
do so alone, or in conjunction with other Governments,
tney would, I believe, be supported by the most intelli
gent, enlightened, and liberal public opinion In the
Empire. An adequate control might, in this case, be
placed in the arbitrary power of the Sultan, the few ex
perienced and enlightened men who are still to be found
in Tnrkey might be called to Hia Majesty's counsels, and
those reforms which can alone save the country from a
rapid ana speedy downfall, mignt be pnt into execution
under European supervision."
Tbe following are
the instructions of Lord
Granville to tbe Right lion.
G. J. Goschen
1 There are not wanting men of uprieht character who
have shown themselves capable of a better system of
government ; but tbe Sultan baa thought fit to reject
their counsels, and to allow himself to be guided by an
Ignorant and fanatical party, who are opposed to all real
reforms, and who will complete the ruin of the Empire
unless tbe Sultan frees himself in time from their un
The above extracts should give food for reflec
tion to those who affect to underrate tbe opinions
and interests of foreigners, and tbe Representa
tives of Foreign Governments.
Tbe appointment of 44 men of upright charac
ter, supported by tbe most intelligent, enlighten
ed and liberal public opinion " of a nation to
govern its aoairs, is one ot the highest duties
whicb a Sovereign owes, not only to bis subjects,
but to tbe sovereigns and nations with which he
holds relations. This is one of those necessary
laws, of whicb De Vattel says :
" That law Is common to all nations, and if anyone of
them does not respect it in her actions she violates tbe
common rights of the others."
And be further says :
' States conduct themselves in a different manner from
lndlvlduala. It la not usually the caprice or blind im
petuosity of a single person that forms the resolutions
and determines the measures of the public, they are car
ried on with more deliberation an circumspection."
Alluding to the maxim of Cicero that "with
out a strict attention to tbe most rigid justice
public afiairs cannot be advantageously adminis
tered" tbe same writer says :
M Providence occasionally bestows on the world Kings
and Ministers who are Impressed with this great truth.
Let ua not renounce the pleasing hope that these wise
conductors of nations will one day be multiplied."
Now rigid justice demands that wise and
capable men be appointed to govern the nation.
We shall close with one more quotation :
The law of Nations is the law of Sovereigns. It is
principally for them and their Ministers that it ought to
It will be seen that in the exercise of the high
prerogative of appointing Ministers of state,
attention should be paid to tbe obligations im
posed by tbe laws of nations, wbicb Hawaii
comes unaer as one aamittea to the rights of
nations, and which cannot be evaded without
relapsing into barbarism, and forfeiting those
21 ass Meeting.
HELD OS M0HDAT LAST AT KAUMAKAPIIJ CHCECH.
A meeting was called for half-past seven o'clock,
and long before that hour the streets were crowded
with Hawaiians and foreigners wending their way to
the scene of action. Tbe hall was filled to overflow
ing, while many failed to gain admittance.
Mr. 11. Waterhouse called the Assembly to order.
Messrs, Pilipo and W. R. Castle were annointed
Chairmen, Henry Macfarlane and Kalama, Secre
taries, and W. H. Bice, Interpreter.
Mr. W. B. Castle explained the object of the meet
ing. They desire to express to His Majesty that tbe
dismissal of the late Cabinet did not meet with public
approval, and the appointment of other parties to
the respective poets, more especially that or U. C.
Moreno, aa Minister of Foreign Relations, was not
ia accordance with public sentiment.
Mr. Uole tben Introduced the following resolution.
which he also supported with a vehement bat sound
speecn, condemning tne action or llis Majesty as
contrary to the Constitution. He received lond and
Whereas. His Majesty Kalakaua. Kin? of the
Hawaiian Islands, bas arbitrarily and without
cause dissolved tbe late Ministerial Cabinet while
they had the confidence of the Legislative Assem
bly and ot tbe country at large, and bas appointed
in tneir atead a Ministry including one Celso C.
Moreno, a stranger and a foreiirn adventurer who
bas identified himself with interests hostile to tbe
prosperity of tbe Hawaiian Kingdom and who has
neither tbe confidence nor respect of tbe communi
ty nor of tbe Representatives ol Foreign Powers
as Minister of Foreign Affairs :
lie U iiooitxsd Tbat Hia Maiestv has theroh
acted inconsistently with tbe principles of the
Hawaiian Government as a Constitutional Mon
archy as established and banded down by the Ka
mehsmebas and tbeir successor Lunalilo, and that
his action therein ia hostile to the permanence of
Hawaiian Independence, the perpetuity of the
Uawaiian race and lb security ol life, libertv ami
property In tbe Hawaiian Islands.
Mr. John M. Kapeoa. ex-Miniater of Foreitm Re
lations, came forward and was greeted with loud ap
plaose, bat as he proceeded the tide turned, as he
spoke disparagingly of the resolution and even de
nounced it as traitorous. He retired with little
Mr. fllipo addressed tbe melinz in the Hawaii
an language in bis usual forcible style.
Mr. Aholo sooke in favor of Moreno, but not
havtrjf a . ,
nee, be quickly re-
Mr. H- Y.U::ihc.:3 itj - u grand ex Dose of the
former st-vi 'a it.o. , At tbe close of his re
mark be wis jmmeqeftV oeered.
Mr. Kviriiia. wbn vas xtroduced by the Chair.
as - rvV' oi AfOifBo's men. attested to
peak, but tne lis?
aort groans with which be
waa asaa ' .?a corrr
Siu lo make ppeedy re?
3en were nominated as
, wait on llis Maieetv with
commitu ... .. .
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t. S H
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n' v, ,
. Rta -.
Beport of Committee Appointed by the
To citizena'composing the Mass-meetiog of last
Your committee, in obedience to their instruc
tion, met at the office of W. R. Castle. Esq., at 10
a. m. Tuesday the 17th inst. S. B. Dole in tne
chair. A letter was read from Mr. J. C. Ffluger
stating that be did not wish to serve on the com
Mr. W. R. Castle moved that the chairman be
requested to wait unon His Majesty's Chamber.
lain and ask for an audience at the Palace at His
Majesty's earliest convenience. Motion put and
carried. Meeting adjourned r m.
Tuesdar. 2 d. m, 17 f imst, 1880.
The Committee met at the 'ce. Mr. S.
B. Dole reported that he had ej Majes
ty's Chamberlain and deliver" N-rT gvnote to
His Majesty reauestinar an ana?" com
mittee, and that His Majesty had. v rbally
tbroueh His Chamberlain that he U, .p re-
ceive the communications of thS.JElw-ittee
throueh the Minister of the Interior. anon so
receiving? them he would consider them.
Messrs S. B. Dole and G. W. PiliDO were appoin
ted a sub-committee to deliver the resolution
passed by the Mass-meeting to the Minister of the
Hon. L. Kanlokou asked leave to retire from
the committee, aa he was a government ofiCer.
Adjourned till Wednesday 2 p. m.
Wednesday, August tbe 18th, 1880.
The Committee met at the same place. No reply
from His Majesty had been received. On motion
of Mr. W. R. Castle. Esq.. Messrs S. B. Dole and
G. W. Pilipo waited npon tbe Minister of the In-
kiwi, uie uieeuug awaiting uicir icvuiu. upwu
their return they reported that on not finding the
Minister of the Interior at his office they inter
viewed the Attorney GeneraUwho informed tbem
tk.t ft tt:. if - l . . V. n
it iim uia oiajesir a micuiiuu iu irpir to uib
communication of the committee of citizens, and
tnat tbe answer would soon be forwarded.
Adjourned till Thursday 12 m.
At about 5 p. m. on the same day the dismissal
of C. C. Moreno from the Cabinet was publicly an-
uouncea in tne city.
Thursday. August the 19th, 1880.
The Committee met at the same place. Mr.
Waterhouse moved, seconded by Mr. Keau, that
(liu IT r .1 s-i L. r . -J 1
piubcruiugs ti uie Vwamillrt) ue priuwu iu
tut Hawaiian and LngUsb newspapers. Carried.
S. B. DOLE, Chairman.
Copies of a hydrogranhio survey of Hono
lulu harbor, made by Lieut. G. J. Jackson. R. N.,
having been forwarded by that gentlemen to the
Admiralty at London, the receipt there is acknow
ledged in the following letter :
Htdroobafhic Omcr, Admibaxtt,
Snt : I have to acknowledge the receipt of and to
thank you for your letter of the 9th ult., with which
you were good enough to send me a tracing showing
the result of a survey made by yourself of the bar-
Dor or Honolulu.
I have much pleasure in thanking you for this
contriDuuon to tne uyarograpuer or the Sandwich
Islands ; and my purpose is to make use of it, with
other work now in this department, to engrave a
new plan of Honolulu harbor, a few copies of whicb
when ready for publication shall be forwarded to
you. 1 am sir, your obedient servant.
Feed. Jno. Evans. Hydrographer.
Nav. Lieut. Geo. J. Jackson, R. N.,
Honolulu, Sandwich Islands.
BV A GENTLEMAN, (AGED 25 TEARS),
just arrived in Honolulu, a situation In an office. Has
bad some experience in Railroad and Lumber Mill offices,
also was sometime in a general retail store. can snow
first-class certificates; and is willing to make himself useful.
Address to X, office of this paper. auf21 It
rwiIIE ANNUAL. MEETING mt (be SHARE-
MY Holders in the Pacinc Sugar Mill IS POSTPONED until
WEDNESDAY, the 25th instant, at 10 o'clock A. M at the
Office or F. A. Schaefer ft Co,
Honolulu, August 19th, 1880. aug21 It Secretary.
MRS. COLLINS. Ladles Nitree, Realaleaee
6 Wellington Place, School street. ao21 Sm
CJ ITU ATI ON WANTED BY A HIGHLY
7 respectable woman aa SICK NURSE, will go out by the
day, week or month. Call or address at 17 Nnuanu it. It
npUE FIRE MA RSHAL'S OFFICE WILL
M. ne located in tbe BELL TOWER, in this city.
Office Honrs from 9 to 10 o'clock, A. M., and from 2
10 3 o'ciock, r. iu.
au21 4t JAMES W. McGUIRE, Fire Marshal.
MISS BERRY WILL OPEN A SMALL
SCHOOL for girls, to commence MONDAY, SEP
TEMBER 6th. Iu addition to the usual Instruction in tbe
fcDgush branches, lessons will be given in NEKDLR and
r Am; ttUKH. Hours rrom 0 till 2. Terms $1 per week.
Corner Beretania and A lakes Streets. aug21 St
Tax Assessor's Notice.
'1HE TAX ASSESSOR FOR HONOLULU
av will ne in bis omce at A LUO LAN 1 HALE from
aioaday, Aognst 23d, until Wednesday, Septem
ber 1st, IS 80,
Inclusive, from 10 A. M. until 3 P. M. All persons not hav
ing maue lueir returns are requested to do so on or before Sep.
lemoer isi. accoruing to law. Blanks can be obtained from
the Assessor, in his office. CHARLES H. JUDD,
aug21 2t Tax Assessor for Honolulu.
Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
ItATOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
11 the partnership heretofore existing between R. W.
Grannis and A. E. Aldridge, doing busines at the corner of
King and Bethel Streets, Honolulu, under the firm name of
urannis & Aidruge, is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
A. E. Aldridge will continue the business, Contracting and
Dunning, ai:u win pay an aeots Belonging to toe late nrm.
R. W. GRANNIS,
A. E. ALDRIDGE,
Honolulu, August 17th, 1880. aug21
WILLIAM T. BRIGHAM, Esq.
OF BOSTON :
Will deliver a LECTURE at tbe LYCEUM, on MONDAY
EVENING NEXT, at half-past seven o'clock, npon
ET ADMISSION FIFTY CENTS. X
For the Benefit of tbe Y. 91. C. i. of Henolala.
ft. T I i U Ul
SAMUEL C. ARMSTRONG
WILL DELIVER a LECTURE
At the LYCEUM, on FRIDAY EVENING, August 27th, at
half-past seven o'clock, upon
The Hawaiian Problem.
Cr ADMISSION FIFTY CENTS. jCS
For the BeirUt or tbe V. H. . A. f DoboIbI
For Sale in Quantities to Suit.
And at LOW RATES, by
J. H. BRUNS, Jr.,
Comer of Bethel and King Eta, Honolulu.
Agenf far Beaali Oarrrtre. aug21 2m
Caixiage & W agon
Ns. 52 KlwKSt., opposite the Sialism II
US" BEPAIRI.VG D0XE1T SD0RT NOTICE. -1
Sale of Real Estate.
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN THAT
under an order issued by the Hon. A. Fornander,
Circuit Judge 2d Judicial District, Maui, Hawaiian Islands,
made in the Estate of Andrew Walter, deceased, we shall sell
at Public Auction, oa
Wednesday, the 8th day of September,
At 10 o'clock A. 51. of that day, at the premises known as
the Bakery, in Lahaina, Maui, all the right, title and interest
of the said Andrew Walter in and to those certain pieces or
parcels of land, together with k oases and aU improvements
thereon, namely : One piece of Cane Land situated In Puaa,
and cental air r : and more fully described, (a
Royal Paten' ,. V ' T t . "' svnd a. Title first-class.
Also the - ' k.-!t.w. , X. bakery, and containing an
area of 1-1 vi ra-re .. th two buildings; one two.
story bulk ' '. , i. T with the Bakery and fix
tores, ready i--r aa. i .: . '
Abo the bouse and l- as the Haalelea premises,
aad dow occcplAl by A tons as a re and dwelling, and con
taining 9 rods- Title preset-
Ao bouse a od let koowa as the Chung Hooo premises, and
more folly d'irr ."iel m Rral Patent No. 8659, and granted to
Chaa-Jia5lAi.ji, Nov. Si.iaU. aad eon talking i acre, saore or
leas, fit g.xl tuition fH a ste.-e.
. Also tbe premises tm a tt)e Chase Lot, with boikUnga,
,othpuses, aai an cxceivi Waitr Right,, and aa area con
taining 3 -iv d i-i aere i:iated about thre hundrsd teal
above sea Md. .Tojtif Three Shares of the Hal ,
Pastaxs Hands of Kaa;u'- paiiiaaed from S. Jfones and ,
All tbe ,i
fct riffs'! rf Uu.'?bar. tOi
Hoholplc, August 20, 1880.
To the Editor of the Pacific O -nnercicU -Tl?erT
Sm: In the last issue of tD' iawaiian tte, I
notice a card from W. L.. O'aten, Esq., inu-elation
to a friendly act which Rl perform er me,
which for the first time I now learn, drew lortn an
undeserved comment from j,member of the Leg
islature. Now. in justice tMr. Green, I would
say that I can confirm his st "ent in every par
ticular. The letter which b -op for me to the
Minister of Interior, was exa 'at I wished
him to write, and I am veryVj bat any mis
construction should have beerl i yn so friendly
an action. .
I have known Mr. GreeL?n : ny years, and
am much surprised that any one could think him
capable of 44 trickery." That term does not ap
ply to him. I can assure you. Yours Truly,
TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE.
ALL. PERSONS OWNING PROPERTT
or hATinK in their possession as Agent or otherwise, sub
ject to taxation, not yet returned to the Assessor, in the dis
trict! oiSVa ana waianse, are requested mj duk iih uzc-ui-
,tm retortta to the andersignea, at ms omce in tjoooiuiu.
Aufast 20. 1880. n2l 2t Assessor for Kwa & Waianae.
A FIRST-CLASS COOK (male) WOUL.I
like a position. Address, care A SANA, King-et. aul42t
ANY INFORMATION RESPKU'lIMJ
CHARLES VAN DAMME of Brussels, Belrium, will be
ihaaknUly received by
JOHN H. PATY,
Acting Consul for Belgium.
A PUBLIC SERVICE WILL BE HELD
2. AT THK LYCEUM, before departure per Zealandia to
the United Kates and .England. D. v. It will take place oo
SUNDAY EYKNINO, the 22d of August, al 7:30 o'clock.
Subject of Lecture "The Way for the Islands to Retain their
independence:" also, n cat we must do to be sareo in
Another State of Existence," with plain truths stated as given
in the Word of God, which says, 44 How shall we escape it we
neglect so great a salration." XT Seats rree. All welcome
aula zt juuh i mus. w a i kkuuuce..
J. M. DAVIDSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office. No. 27 Merchant Street, (orer D.
Jewelry Establishment,) Honolulu.
Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
qplIE CO-PARTNERSHIP HERETO-
fore existing, and doing business under the name of Lalne
Sc Co., is hereby dissolved by mutual consent, Mr. A. Her
bert retiring, and whose interests and liabilities cease from
Honolulu, August 1, 1880. ALLEN HERBERT,
R. W. LAINE.
The above business. Hay, Grain, Etc., will be continued
under the same name aa heretofore Laine & Co. who as
sume all the liabilities of the late firm, and will collect all
debts due. " LAINE & CO.
Honolulu, August 1, 1S80. aul4 St
THE SHIP CITY OF NANKIN, FROM
Glascrow. Captain McConnelL will not be responsible
for any debt contracted by the crew of the said vessel without
his written authority.
aula u. W. M ACr AKLANE & uu., Agents.
AND AFTER THIS DATE
F accounts due Messrs. Grant h Robertson must be
at the office of THEO. H. DAVIE3.
GRANT A ROBERTSON.
Honolulu, August 7th, 1880. an8 3t
from this Kingdom, MR. CHAS. BUST ACE will act
for me in all matters of business, under power of Attorney.
K. . OULLCB.
Honolulu, July 31, 1880. aug7
DURING MY TEMPORARY ABSENCE
from this Kingdom, my son, T. R. LUCAS, will act for
me in all business transactions, under lull power of attorney.
aug7 tf ubUKiic lluais.
PERSONS. INDEBTED TO THE
JrX. STORK on Nuuanu
street, known as tbe WHITE
HOUSE, lately under the management of S. L. LEWIS,
nil please make immediate payment at tne umce ot fll.
Phillips ft Co., No. 11 Kaahuruanu Sc.
All accounts not paid within Thirty Days, will be placed
in tbe hands of our attorney, who will use rigorous measures
to collect the same.
d27 tf M. PHILLIPS & Co., 11 K&ahumanu St.
A CENTRALLY LOCATED HOUSE.
Apply to my29 tfl A. McWAYNE.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGE.
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
to a Power of Sale contained in a certain in
denture of mortgage dated February 16th, 1877, made by
Marie Isadora Gracia and John Gracia, ber husband, of
Honolulu, Oahu, to Alex. J. Cartwright of the same place,
or record in Liber 60, on pages 41, 42, and 43, and for a breach
of the conditions in said Mortgsee Deed contained, that all
and singular the lands, tenements, and hereditaments in said
alortcave Ueed contained and described will, after the time
limited by law, be sold at public auction, on account of the
breach ol the conditions as hereinbefore mentioned. The
properly in said Mortgage described being situate in Kalihi,
and more particularly described ss A pans of Royal Patent
790. ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT.
CECIL BROWN, Attorney for Mortgagee.
Uated Honolulu, August 21st, 1S80. aug21 4t
NOTICE OF I0UECL0SIRE OF JI0RTG4GE.
OTlCE IS HEKCBf GIVEN THAT
L vl pursuant to a power ol sale coutaintd in two certain In.
dentures of Mortgage made by Edwa.d Burgess Mikalenii, of
Honolulu. Oahu, lo Alex. J. Cartwright. dated respectively
January 30, 1879, and April 14, 1879, and recorded respective
ly in Liber 69, pages 60, 01 and t2, and iu Liber 68, pages 210
and 211, and for a breach of the conditions in said mortgages
contained, that all and singular tbe lands, tenements and
hereditamenrs in said mortgage contained and described, after
the time limited by law, be sold at public auction on account of
the breach of the conditions aa hereinbefore set forth.
The property mentioned in said mortgage being situate ia
Palama,Oahu. ALEX J. CARTWRIGHT.
CECll BKUWIM, Attorney for Mortgagee. au21 4t
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEX THAT
pursuant to a power of sale contained in a certain mort
gage, dated the 18th July. 1878, and recorded in Liber 65:
pages 309, 310. and 311, made by Woldemar Miiller. in favor
of G. N. Wilcox, and for breach ot condition of the said
mortgage, the property mortgaged thereby will, after three
weeks irom this aate, De advertised and sold at auction.
Dated Honolulu. August 14th. 1880.
S. B. Dolb, Attorney. GKOROE N. WILCOX.
' au!4 3t
MORTGAGEE'S OTIC - OF SALE.
BY DIRECTION OP C. E. RICHARDSON,
the mortgagee named in a certain indenture of morteaee
oatea January a, 1S7S, made Dy C. K. Ilapai to tbe aaid C. R.
tticnarason, I am directed to sell at Public Auction, on
Saturday, : : : August 28th, 1880
All that certain piece or parcel of land situate in the town of
Hilo, and being the same premises occoDied bv the said C. K.
Hapai aa a family residence, together with the improvements
For further particulars enquired or
Or B. PRESTON, Auctioneer. Hilo. Hawaii.
Attorney for Mortgagee. jyOl 4t
Just Received by Bark'tne Discovery."
No More Catarrh or Asthma!
PREPAR'D CUBEB CIGARETTES
Of Purely Medical Qualities.
Packages of 28, 30 cents ; three packages p. p., $1. The
trade supplied. PICKERING At CO..
aul4 lm 92 King Street, opposite Fort St., Agents for H. I.
Just Received by Bark'tne "Discovery,"
W. T. BLACKWELL & CO.'S
Genuine Dnrnai. Smoiinj Tooacco!
In 2, 4, 8, and 18.es. packages. Foraale Wholesale or Retail,
PICKKRI.VG 5t CO.,
aul4 lm 92 King St., ooe door from Fort, Agents for H. I.
Just Received and For Sale by
XillillllLlXl &lz Oo.,
37 FORT STREET.
NO. 80 FORT STREET.
Importer and Dealer
Gents, Ladies, Hisses and Children's
BOOTS and SHOES,
Has just returned from 8sn Francisco with a large stock of
Shoes and Boots, and invite all to examine. jul9 3m
is Hereby Given
From and After
August 15, 18SO,
ISLAND AND LOCAL DRAFTS.
Plantation Order aaa Arreaaia Drawn
a mmd Paymfcl by ns,
WILL BE PAID AT OU CFFICE ON
Tuesdays and Fridays Only,
fRM a A, M. TO PVM.
If N RARBn.tAND II A I.P BtBH ELS, SAIL'
& r j.e .rt cius. Columbia Uiver fia'.u- ju, ex Mattta
TfcTICEIr FURNISHED ROOM AT No. 30
JW BERKTANIA BTHKlST. A iso seaming iui
SJ from this Kingdom,
my wife. Sirs. J. A. oiacaay, win
act for me in all matters of business. ,ACKAY.
Honolulu, Jnly 29. 1880.
BTarRING MY ABSENCE FROM THIS KINGDOM,
IF Mr. Thomas Rain Walker and Mr. Richard Williams
Inn inn will ut fne ma nnrier (flint nOWer Of attorney.
Mr. Geor:j H. Luce Jr.. is authorised to sign my name by
procuration. THEO. U. DAVIKH
. Honolulu, July 31st, 1880.
ANEW, FANCY BILLIARD TABLE,
latest style, with a complete outfit; size, 41 x 9 feet.
To be sold below cost price. Table can be seen on application
to Mr. CHRIS. GKRTZ, No. 80 Fort street. "il 2'
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE Pro
visions of the law in relation to Labor Contracts, I hare
appointed MR. F. WCNDENBERG to act as my deputy dnr-
ice my temporary absence from this city.
' CHARLES T. GTJLICK,
Agent to take acknowledgments to Contracts lor Labor in the
District of Kona, Oahn. Jr10 8t
THE SALE OF THE ESTATE OF CHAS.
KANAlNA. deceased, advertised to lake place ON
SATURDAY, April 3d, 1880, IS HEREBY POST
PONED. Due public notice will be given when said sale
will take place.
W. C. PARKE.
Administrator Estate of C. Kanaina
Honolulu, March 27ih, 1880. vmiZI tf
A LL PERSONS ARB HEREBY
arinat Shootino- or Catchlns: Wild Cattle or Horses on
tbe premises known aa Kaupakuea. Makahanaloa and Pepee-
keo. District ol tliio, laiana oi unwau, rroin wiu surr "
Hilo. Hawaii. May 7th, 1880. oiy8 6m
ALL CHANGES IN BUSINESS OR Resi
dence, to secure insertion in the HaiwaiiiiiBi Sta
tistical Directory and Turists Guide, should
be addressed lo GEORGE BOWSER, .
my29 P. O. Box 176, Honolulu.
WET SALT HIDES. SHEEP AND GOAT
Skins, for whicb the highest Cash Price will be paid.
P. O. BOX 49. HUGH MACK AY,
jy3 Proprietor Honolulu Tannery, Koholoioa.
OWING TO THE PRESENT HIGH PRICES
of materials in our line, we, the undersigned, have been
compelled to raise the price for horseshoeing. On and after
the 1st dav of Feb.. 1880. our prices will be as follows:
Hand-made Shoes $3.00
Heel and Toe Hhoes 3.00
Machine Made Shoes
S. M. WHITMAN,
CHAS. B. WILSON.
Honolulu, Jan. 28th, 1880
REAL ESTATE FOB SALE.
A LARGE BUILDING LOT ON NUUANU
Valley Road, situated between the residences of J. O.
Carter and Capt. Mclntyre. extending from the road to be
yond Pauoa river, and comprising an area of about 3J acres, in
cluding several taro patches. Title, Fee Simple.
For particulars apply to
ju5 H. W. SCn MIDT.
TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE.
NDER INSTRUCTIONS FROM TIIE
MINISTER OF FINANCE. I hereby notify aU TAX
PAYERS in the District ol Honolulu, that where claim ia
made for deduction of debt, a schedule of the debts, and to
whom due, must be filed with me, and made part of tbe
If the Assessment List is not returned to me, on or before
September 1st, 1880, 1 shall proceed to make tbe same accord
ing to law. C. H. JUDD,
Tax Assessor for Honolulu.
Honolulu, July 14th, 1880. jyl7 7t
Notice of Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
raiHE CO-PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX
I iating between J. S. Walker, Z. S. Spalding and Wm. G.
Irwin, under the firm name of WM. G. IRWIN & Co., is this
day dissolved by mutual consent,
aumed and Indebtedness collected
alone is authorized to sign the firm
All liabilities will beas
by Wm. G. Irwin, who
name in settlement of its
J. 3. WALKER,
Z S. SPALDING,
WM. G. IRWIN.
Honolulu, H. I., July lft, 1880.
Notice of Partnership.
CLAUS SPRECKELS and WM. G. IR
WIN have this day formed a Co-Partnership for the
purpose of carrying on business as Sugar Factors and Commis
sion Agents, under the firm name of WM. G. IRWIN A CO.
Mr Claus Sprockets' liability in the firm is limited to the
sum of One Hundred Thousand Dollars.
Signed CLAUS SPECK ELS,
Signed! WM. G. IRWIN.
Honolulu, July 1. 1880. jy3
1 BROWN MARE. 8 years old. warranted sound
kind and gentle, stands without hitching, eood for familv
1 BAV COLT, 6 years old. sound, kind and eentle.
good roadnter, any lady can drive him.
I BROWN MARK. 6 years old, warranted to be
sound, &c. will d.ive double or single.
1 MOL'SE COLORED HORSE sound
and gentle, will drive double or single, anybody lady or gen
tleman can drive him.
BUGGIES & HARNESSES FOR SALE,
aul4 tf King St. between Fort and Nuuanu Sts.
Tobacco & Cigarettes
AT HOLLISTER'.S jylOtf
L. G. SRESOVICH & CO..
Importers & Dealers in
Cal. Fresh & Dried Fruits & Produce
No. 37, Queen street, opposite C. Brewer A Co.
Jk SUPPLY OF FRESH A PPLES. PKACHKS,
-.Js. Aprirois. riuuis. tiartlett Pears, Urapes. Ac, also,
LARGE KASTKRN OVSTERS IN SHELL, will be received
by every steamer from elan Francisco.
All goods sold guaranteed souod.
IEj Give us a csll and see for yourselves. jySl
Grand Opening ! !
IAVI.G PURCHASED THE ENTIRE
-saaa stock of Mesars. Grsnt dc Robertson, and baring leased
the premises recently occupied by them, at the corner of Fort
and Hotel stretts, beg to announce tliut the said store was
RE-OPENED ON SATURDAY,
July 31st, with a complete s;ortment of
A II of which will lie sold at the
ZjoweHt Xoasfiill3l3 X"i atoi
All of the Stock now oa band will be
at a Great Reduction
To make room tor fresb
A newer Goods. jy31 8m
an:i ;o do
Your Sisters, '.bur Cousins, and
Your Aunts !
Say that tJicy IVTcvci
What Never ? Well Hardly
SAW AS FINE WATCHES I
AS A. W. RICHARDSON & CO..
HAVE FOR SALE
Corner of Feri and Merchant Si.
t" EVERY ARTICLE WARRANTED.
GRIND SQURE and CPRICDT PIAA0-M1KER,
H. Hackfeld k Co., Agents for the Ua wallm Islinds.
TAe Sidney Mail, Saturday, January 17, 1880t
pagt 117, 118,
PIANOFORTES IN THE EXHIBITION.
..rIour P11001 tU Piano in the Exhibition fNo.
ii in con nec lion wicn Cho of th n.. rw -
tlnahlU t n d thnu it. - .a .....
r"'-euumiraie m e xbibits or I. n Kir.
L' I I k T i ; ... .
"crnn, anu mat enumeration was erroneous. Since
I n A ""'ice, me Sydney agents. Ueasrs. Rabooe, Feea
r k' kVe lTen n" P 'PPorlunity of seeing the InslromeoU
" eiuiouea insieaa or two, as (brmerly staled
'rh Plrat ia a grand of full compass 71 octaves, overstruoa
" an acoustical metal fraros in sgrafTes, the action is perfect
t n fa i I r w sra,a-. ili I n a is atk s .
Jr " icjjchuob, Ail moatrro improTeo.ent re ftp
",fcu luwmincpi w cku in viioui 01 uue tone &nd lurh.t
tfrnh an1 lVIa. I. .J:s.M At assa.
s truug IU RUUiiiuu vj W iUC aOUH VflC WOfUsV ftOC
fn or n f la sna....J ik. AAa 1 i . w
WHftHa v vuiuiuuu .US3 yjW sTSUJ.f UJBrlLCt.
2 U AO Upright coltMe KrADd. wllll Iron fr
strung, well finished, and cased in a handsome frame lo tae
uwe siyie. ne, d u an upright cottage, simpler
in the exterior, but with substantial metal frame, and all the
yiucuvca at uioruujru cars to iui internal Cooatruolion. Urn.
4 is an overstrung upright boudoir cottage, of rery agreeable
Having thoroughly examined the workmanship and coo.
struct too. and tested toes and touch, we are able to. speak
with coafldeitoe on tba sterling mertts of these Instruments,
especially wh-o ws compare the prices with those of other ex
nioiis. Pianos are bow ou eh'btii,a r.t the sttw 't
j?n&u ii. CACKfap a co.
f -AV,IYlOAT' AR'RV, CORN
MJf Uraa, e. JTor baie by ;uar!3 '8'J bULLKS it CO.
SUPREME COURT OFTIIE liaisT
Islands, In Probate. Island Oahu, Hawaii.! 4 "l
In the matter of the Estate of ALEXANDER l1 I
deceased. Order appointing time for probata nt .
recting publication of notice of the same. " 'od
A document, purporting to be the last wia and .
Alexander McDuflT, deceased, having on the 13th Ji Mnw ,
A. D. 1880. been presented to said Probate CoiiT Alst
tition for the probate thereof, and for the lsin...-L "d K
Testamentary to John T. Waterhouse. jr. and i n 01
nousc, uaTiuK vera iucu vj mem,
It Is hereby ordered, that TUESDAY u
1 a rt linn - in., -i i. . - - ' W 7th H.
OCl:uJuri, n . aoou, a. WUCIUCI, a, fl. Of Skill S '
Court Kn.. -1-..r - lid Court, at Aliiolani Hale at II ,,tttt
and the suu.e ia hereby appointed the time f, nrovl'10.''1'
ana neanng saia application, when and where an. ""it
terested may appear ana contest the said win
inff of Letters Testamentary. '
It is further ordered, that notice thereof be ;.
cation, for three successive weeks, In the Pacific r tol
Advertiser and Kuokoa, newspapers printed and rM1!.'rc,l
Honolulu. no Pul"Wxm.
And it is further ordered, that citations be iaauMi
...iu.. .:.u... h .in i V 'Muel to th
vnuiu, .ivutom-.w .u me neiri of th.
in Honolulu, to appear and contest the probate of -a ''
the time appointed. "'m,.
Dated Honolulu, II. 1 August 13th, 1880.
Attest: A.ROSA, Justice of the Sabres, nL
Deputy Clerk. ""POosn
IN CHAMBERS. CIRCUIT JUno.
Judicial District, Hawaiian Islands. In the kPTr!
ANDREW WALTER, of Lahalna. Maui. doZiTAT 01
On reading and filing the petition of II. Ttrswn.
EDWARD JONES, tbe Administrators of lbs ,u.Ud
Andrew Walter, of Lahalna, Maul, deceased, Maini
their accounts be approved, that they be dlscharred .L .
ororjertv distributed to the heirs. )
It is ordered that TH URSDAY, the B3d of EEPTlMne.
1880, at 10 A. M., at the Court House in Lahalna. b 1.
the time and place for hearing said petition, and allobl,,
that may be offered thereto, and all parties interwili .
hereby notified to attend. 01 "I
Circuit Judge 2d Judicial ni.i.i- '.
Lahaina, August 12, 1880
W, H i
Kx CITY or MADUin & CITY of .AUI
Stair CarpWing, Rugs, Assorted Crockery, '
Ualvanlzed Iron Bathing l ulu, assorts iltq
Coffee Bags, Coal Dags, Etc., ftCi
I3LTJK MOTTLKD SC3AP
Yellow Family Hoap,
Wrapping Paper, etc.
A Large Ausrluieal mf
DRY GOODS. CLOTHINC, ii.,,,
Dark Blue Uenima
SUPERIOR MANILA CIO ARM.
FOR BALK BY
aulllm J2cl. IIofl'HOlilnfxor Ac Co.
BY VIRTUE OP A WRIT OF EXEft.
TION Issued out ol the Supreme Court of Lawiat
Equity of the Hawaiian Islands, on the 3d dsy of Aatiut 1
D. 1880, wherein John 8. McUrew is plaintiff, and Ttnss,
Spencer, Andrew Welch, William.. Blanchard aV Co., Bittaoi
dc Co., and Qeo. W. Macfarlane are defendants for thews
a,otf.o9, principal and interest, and a further sum of Ml
vi vuui , , Biiau cANMt; ior www BV WO
xRUjNT DOOR OF ALIIOLANI HALI,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, ON
Saturday, 1 1th day of October next,
all the property of the said Thomas Spencer, known si the
situated in the district of Hilo, Island or Hawaii, and too
prising the following lands, vizi
1 at. All that piece or parcel of land situated in Hilo, H
wail, containing 192-100 acres, more particularly describ
ed in Royal Patent No. 4 to B. l'itmao, and by deed fros
aaiu ritman to said Spencer by deed dated JanuarTla
lDi!1 .1 . .(. . . . -
oiui mu mwura iu a.iucr lo, pages Oof
ges 331-6 and 0. j
e in Hilo, containing tt
ticolarly described ia i I
I V to B. I'itman. oa (Ik f -
recorded In Liber 13, ITVJ
by said Filman taaud v
2nd. All that piectrof land situate
area of 16-100 acres, and more parti
urea rom u. M. Kamphn metis
24th day of Krptrmber. I(i0. snd
pages X,i Hnd and conveyed by said Pilmso toaud
Soeocer bv deed daLcd Jaimarv l.t ihhi ....a .-- -. t r a
l.iber IA. nacea .'tHl.A aiul it 7 '
3rd, All that piece or land, consisting of Is psirela. 'if
uate In l'uueo, liilo, Hawaii, contaiuinx acnTnanl 101 1- f
acres, more or legs, as surveyed by T. Metrall,(raotIf
the said B. Pitman by Royal PuK-nt No. 23, and by ma
I'itman conveyed to said spencer by deed datl Janair)
lai, isui, ana recontei la i.iih t 1.1, pages 3s4i and I
4 III. A II that two pieces ol land situated in Vuueo, lliaa
containing 210J aurea. more or less, the bouiMlarm
whieU are tlescrilied In Royal Patent So. 186 to U Pima
anu uy rum I'itman cinv. yeil to said ttpencer by dmla-t-d
January lKt, imil, ami rt-cinled In LHer 13. oo pats
384-0 and 6.
Oth. All that parcH of Und situatrd ici Kona, Hawaii, em
taioing an Hica of Z2S 91-100 acres, and more nartirnltrt
described in deed of conveyance from said Fit man,
tl January 1st, 18CI, and recorded in Liber 13, on ftp
oom-v ami o.
fcfla. All that piece of land situate in Piihonua. Hilo, Hi
waii, containing 62-100 acres, aa described in a lrM Htt
said Pitman to said hpenccr. Uatml January 1st, lWl.is
reenruea in Liner on pages ani-i and 0.
7 III. AU that piece of land situated iu I'iihonua, Hilo, H
wan, coniainiug an area ot iz-oo or an sere, ayrt
particularly described iu a duml from aaid Pitman loan:
Spencer, Kated January 1st. 1801. arwl rcconl-il in l iw
13, on pages 384-0 ami 6
Slh. All that piece of (ami siluute in Hilo. Hawaii. ooMM
ing 8-200 of an acre or 2010 l-et, more or leaa. aa unrri
in a deed from n. l'oli'-na and liana, his wife, to aai4 ft
man, and recorded In Liiier H, on pages 7 and 8
9 1 h. All that piece of land situate iu Hilo. lUvaiJ.ermtfct
itig an area ol 03-100 or an acre. In a deed from laid n
man lo said PMncer. dated April 101 h, 1801, aiki r.cx4
in Liner i, on pages it and 48.
I Olh. All that piece f land situate la Ilili, II a will.
Uining an area of 485 60-100 fathoms, and by derd In
auaiiiu kui and Mima liana to the said ntuiaa.wa
coraeu in Liber 14, pages 214 and J6.
I I lb. All that portion of the Ahupuaa of Puueo, MfJ
by tne commissioners or Drown Lands to said Hnni if
deed dated August 3d, 1870, and containing an ft
s.oou acres, more or less, ami recorded in Liber 30. Pr
k4 anu ano.
I2lh. All the unexpired lease ol the land In Hilo, eonu
ing 3 acres and 7 rods, by lease from Kaiuehauirha
dateri July 1st, I860, Tor 60 years.
A law All the Personal Properly and Kstats of the said tf
cer. in and on ssid landa, Goods. Wares and Merchants'
in or on any store, building or buildiogs, house or boom
or any part thereof for tbe purpose of sale or others-is.
Alas All Buildings, Mills. Water Wheels, Machinery. t"
sils, Vacuum Pans, CiariCers, Coolers, Cenlrlfuf sl, Ts
and Implements used in the manufacture of surar. Cm
tie. Horses, Alules, Wagons, Carts. Harness, Voltes. r
Chains of every name aud descriptions belonging l w
said Thomas Spencer, or in anywise appertaining
nninxKu un me said rpencer eugar I'lsntalloo, w
leu on tne anove described premises, and lo wtilcs w
said Thomas ftpunrer has any right, title, intereat
A lss All crops of Sugar Cane growing upon said Issdi,
consisting in part of 76 acres new plant Cane, to cos
nuftmutr, jooi, ou acres new plant Cane lo cosw
December, 1880. and 70 acres Rsitnns to come
March. 1881. In addition to which 210 acres of plant
o come on in issl.to u ground at th. Miu
shares, or a total of 4.'!& acres of Cans now rmtlnf
land. Unless said Judgroeui, interest and expmsw
The above property is subject to a rharse of f 1.600
num to ine wue oi tne said l nomas Spencer.
The lots of land situated ia Hilo are valuable, having
and Dwellings thereon, snd are now producing a
Eental about $1,500 Per Annum'
The terms are CASH, and Deeds at tbssxpeossof
Any further Information will be furnished on applK0
U. W. MAUfAKLAMK & CO., or lo
V. C. IARKfS Msisatl
Honolulu. Aueust 10th. 1880. a "
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DKAWALof tb Treat between this tloverssKOl s-
Uncle K&m. I hiw imnnrterf . i.,.. in.nii. of chos
direct from tbe Factory (New York), manufactarrd frjs
choicest Cooneciicut Valley Tobacco, which I illfj(!irw
trade on easy terms, quantity and quality ss soar
Also on hand Chewlsg Twburw of all e'JlTs
aanwMinir I sbsrrs of everv desirable "J , m
Tbe U.rhnm It all fconflned in eaovsa bagA . .A
Pair in all ahar.es. ij.i. x.H will nil your f'P
fine weed, wbiie Lia Jmrli looks on with a ua
because you da not prefer him ' MI
Also the Old Juiias duosnsiiis lusllos ss ' TZu.
tinfoil dressioR. The Aiiar mC timmwrn sbooW D.7.t
gottsa for home Smoking, sod last nut kat M"r"acc
Meslieaierf and Old Vlrcissr io'l
The best, ss in Scripture, at the but of ibe irast.
These and manv other choice brands of I tacco ms
ny oauio oa A1AKCUA NT, at his
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