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The TOthtr continue. rt- An Ennroal qMctltj
otnla hai fallen Jalelj, whickJiM tatmcptrf tbe
work cc plantation, and ibooVl It ecntlaoe fcr FOtn
tim..m no doobl Injur eor rioe crtf to n extent.
Quit, a Bomber of cor pUoUlJ-ra are nearly
tbroosh with taxlnt off U.W on! who. others
ban lUTT" ptodlBS Ir two ee thre. months, ana
nran k eeco. acwars so ft-eelr t to
rom m 1l b far It. Jut tw tnontha.
It, irr rial to notice that a Nil has foed tbe
Lepalatnre laaalor Ui lefal rite of Interest rr
rest. Altbonsh n does not ft rrarat cmlntti,
it win bar. a beneficial Inflame which cuwM
tobetfsreatbeneitto tb. country. It b a .ecioc.
(gmlW It the ncrkolrtial tntrtu (t tb crt77
iu proper acdet the preeenl rat. of lnwnt, and
It U oo!t ft few wbo out on benefitted bj blfh rt.
Xa other eenntrj to-J)r pa ere 9 rer rent, ln
CoUtonU. where .pemlatlM mm hifh, and prtTtr
bee been Improred bejfwl precedent, nwciejcaa b.
X4.B, finl-clao eecortUee at" per cent-, while Ibe
- .taxes brine em the rate to the lender, .
r cent, nay le a fair quotation on largo
L Hejeaoier Idaba and bark V C it array .ailed uo
Saturday. -nr full earroes and m ft) to TO rie
T.S between them.
Tb.l-rkK W.JYoud omita tx Son rranelKO to
txrier, with acarroof sara,
The Ctara K Setfl will U lor Saa FraaoWu 00
Saturday next, with carjo of csar. tnoUw. and
pslx She taaioeaa44 full c patenters.
The Cl ta IceJitij fcr Hens Kont, and the Bobert
Cowan lor Vancouver laland.
Tbebwkaiiloadistnjr rorUand, to eat! ta a frw
The 'Vrnitam Wilcox, nnier charter for Bakers
UUail, U iw4-tVoa Sn Iraocuco.
.Uhe.co.Un.e ""T I
.ale. op. bnt uaJ. U extremdj ,nlet.ad Mketr to ,
remain w for two roontbj tooorae. We bear of ealea
of tbe cotil and AlaAa carpM uf lcml, prk-ee
iu.t made wAlfc. tot tbe lnmber betar anperloc w.
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nnderetand Ml reve. were obtained. ,
METECBOLOQIC TABLE. I
niratxn T can. nwm. sxrta, awoitit
, lUr.rm."Tber. Kam nam
lN E moderate
; 4- do
3 do freeh
4 do do
ll 4 da
A' do do
ijo.oo;.vi e r
aioi.rsji -0 .40
'39.M 2S.M t -t' .
tsa.osa.v6,B - 1
JT 'Ai li Til
Vble nltrj'J t
.63 1 1.01
Oentle TNe V- ? '3iC'. T-4i
set-u. J J ,au4.ai .c-ji.
Vlwe rainy apj. ,wO.W 3 o-lj,
AXeuauy lJ.v . -'T
lai do treeb J0.1 2- .5
iri do do axes .'
if do Iiht X01gl.)-
Jo! do moderate sxtb.iie
rattiLUTt4eamiryrm.:;-iW 1 ,
J 3 SKnam-kyarpSw'efjS-W ,
Is do do aT !.-:.vo -!
l5! do freah ,MW S J-",' " '
Si. do liht smoky ,3iK).J.90,:o-; j
do modoraie Sa.l ajSTO-il'l.SS
5 do do so.oota5To- .41 .49 ,
OO OO j j-
Sain cenre kept by Xr. Jndd.
Port of Honolnln, Tlziy 1.
Xtay Sehr Kate Lee. trco laoalna and Makee'a.
Schr JiabelU, from Iahilr.a
T 11 B 3T StmrBelndeer, Xares, 1 dsyi
S Sch Sanwl. (rom JvaLulsi.
Scbr-Uattie, trom SawttlwSi.
fear Mary, from Anabola.
5 Pttnr Kllaoea, fm windward porta.
ftf-hr Artiee, from Kobala.
fxhr Odd FeSow, from itOa.
10 Srhr lloknlele, 5rom liana,
achr Kasialle, from Meloaat.
S.-sr ta.11. from Melokal.
Scbr Mary, from HBO.
11 Sttr Mary den, from Waihee.
Hit C Stmt Xa&awaana, Beynolda, tw Saa
5cbr Keaa racket, for Ecoa.
f Haw bk Mannakn, Beiskin, lor Victoria.
-V in stmr Idaho, Connor, for San rraac&eo.
Jim bk 1 G Murray, Bennett, for do do.
Schr Mary, for i nehele
Sctr Uatue,for iuwfli
Sch Kate lie, for Labaina and Makee'a.
11 Schr Kamoi, for KahrdnL
Schr Actire, for Kobala.
IS chr Kamaile. for MoSokal.
Khr Libs, for MolokaL
roa Sax Taasctsco per Idaho, May 9 J Brlack-
pSTwiTe arralk BrowtTridam, a :
on, Mr Maaa. A Girvin, 3 Eat, C Master, Opt E
"?'? 5 E!iU v? v
MaaJord. I tiaston. Ker Mr Focce. Mr Stasap. E
Morton, Mr .Newman, J Sarkm. Mr Tbomaa, John
Gibeoa, Bernard llernttrln, W O Sot, A J Jooea, A
Uemxnokaon, K w Klnlav, E T Coleman, Mrs J W !
Lawu, J M fcewu. N S Osrdiner
rt Sasr raascuco perl) CMnroy. Mayt Mrs
G Lard and child. Sherman Peck. Mn s feck. Ju
Geeeo, A t. Smith, Mr A L Scaith, J A South, w r
suuaH.cuHrn, ia jrama. i.ups
Gaody. i Qandy. DrOf Jndd. Xn G F Jndd. Com
fuZ&Z? i-S rAla ,
reaSaxraasasco-per KTf Vocd, Msy lS-Ang
roa Vicroata, B C per Mannaloa, May $
Melame, ll,Slt 1 Talne dom prudoee, K;0tt
Tea Sax raasnso per IdabOvMay4
Bananas, bebi 533 j Lnmber, (kl ft 1,S3
lUdea. pa 555 I rnlo, lbs
lime. Xo. 19,000 crar,Ibfl.U,4;
Talne domeetk-prodnoe. $S0697
EMea, pa 416 1 Scv, tbe Se?,&U
Molam, rnlle U,i3i I
Talae domwtoc prodnoa. $12,030 47
Per n W Wood. May IS
Bottlea, empty) V I Sarar. lbs 741,451
Hdea,poil43 I AndSurea.
PnlsC lbe W,ii I
Talae domestic produce. 9n,C7S CO
, - foreign " JM&O
A COTTAGE. So x IS. XEW, BUILT OF merchant.
Clap-Boards, with a Shingle rof can- This -visit we consider a most Interesting
silting of three rooms. To be removed from 1 . . tV ,
the piemise. Apply to fact, as evidencing the favorable regard with
ltf F. A. SCHAEFER i CO. which the Islands are retarded In Japan, and
it may prove the commencement of more lo-
XOT Ssle Cliea.p ! ' ticute business and national reUtlotk.
I Indian Outrages.
A TV 1 W "ROTT . In' It ! The Indians on this coast refuse to be r-JSUJ-LJillfc!ciei
utter, from OtpL Ashley, Super-
OF 10-HORSE POWER WITH
complete fixings, warranted new and
with all tbe latest improTemeat, to be nad at
a low cnn at
Il-tf JEo. HOFFSCHLAEGEK t CO.
X A I0Z.. ASSORTED QUALITIES, FOR
B0LLES k CO. ,
A EX ALT. L0I OF
Lidies' and Misses' Si Cloaks,
Direct fxoa Paris, Tery bandsoce.
and for sale eieap.
Ladles' and Misses' Hoop Starts,
Very amall, and tbe newest styles.
Some rery riee French Prints.
ALSO, -a Iplesdii assortment cf
Utiles' and Gcit' Kid Gloves,
Best quality, all binds.
2& Tbe attestioa of thXaei is XBrhed.
f JIBS. J. H. BIACK.
Phaiei of the Moon for the month, of Xay.
rmua r can. isa mrra.
I Hi H
6 41 X. M.
S Ct P. 31.
1 10 I Jt-
UK ran Moon,
14th, laitQnarttr, ,
Sit, ew Mom,
Km. K to.
lft. Son Riwa, S S3 a. k. Sot feta,... 6 n T. .
tth. Son Rhea,.... $3 " Son Seta,... 6 3
nth,?anKle,...SS " SnnFeU,... "
tat. Soa ra,..S " Fnnfet.... S -
rh, en Ui...SS Son Seta,... SS "
Tbe mall ex lnStVn TTCmris due In U
AssaTXT. Kaleltlnl wis brought to Ho
nolulu by the Xktatwa, from "orth Kona,
bound over to the next Circuit Court at VTal
mea, chirfjed frith asaanlt with a deadlr
weapon. On Sunday, 3d nit., the prisoner
went to the boure of Jthu, (Chi cumin), and
called for Mime article, "which wa denied
him. Sxt altercation and KcnfUc ensued,
during which Aha recelred a ecTere ttab in
the nrct, and another thrust in the back,
which waa slight, owing to the ixlfe being
turned by his clothes.
Prince iLrcm. We bare always hoped
that the Colatai. would Titlt Honolnln, bnt
bare been Informed that we were out of his
route. The following item from tbe Mel-
bxinrne Havld of Feb. 21, Indicates that we
mar recelre a call from the IMnce :
Br the lt mall a letter was recelred by a
h) Aad,iJei from one of u,e offl.
of CoIaIl, Mating that "1L K. U.
the Dufce of Edinburgh is to ro from Xew
Zealand to Tahiti, Honolnln, OalUo, Talpa-
raise, Falkland Island, Montevideo, Rio,
Trinidad, Toboga, Grenada, tnd
Bar bad 00, and thence home to Forumomh,
where he is to arrire in Janoarr. 1W9. This
Is no jachtlng voyage, conaidefinr the Goiu-
M mu5t rounti Cape Horn In September."
CONCrjrr. Tbe Concert at Kawalahao, on
Satnrday eTenisg, lor the sufferers in Kan,
drew a large audience, and resulted In a fund
of about $500, for distribution. The mole
was well selected and pleanntlj rendered,
The accompaniment of the organ, was an ad
dition 10 ue lormer concerts giten mere.
Cbornsos by the school children, and solos
on the Tiolin by Master McLean, also gare
variety to the programme. The solo "I'd
be a star," by- Miss Datis, elicited great ap-
jjlause. The concert vis given under the
ctronage of the Hon. Mrs. Dominie and
Hon. Mrs. Bishop, and we are glad that their
efforts, in behalf of the people of Kan hare
been nobly seconded by the response of the
public. Another Hawaiian Concert for the
Kan sufferers will be given next week at the
XaVil. H. B. MVs S. Erixdttr arriTcd on
the Tth nit, 19 days from Esqnimault. She
is a eorrette of 90S tons, 200 horsepower,
and carries T gens. The Orou&o left Esqni
manlt for Panama, April 6th. Her list of
officers is as follows:
CbmMcmitr Edward Nana.
.Lmtotr WEiUm H. C St. f3air, Albert J.
.Vonoaline XiratnaaC Charlea TVottoeu
Sxriom Junes C. Eatteott.
OiApMr-Jiea P. All on.
Urutoat 5oipeoo Edward iMan, M. XL
Smb-ZuteauMlt Edward J-ejlnsfield, ABerae P.
raeoor. Oonnt r. C Metaia. r
fiejinii Tbneaae Set,J3 Leesoa:
ustxsuuu yiaeerwaoab xncaer.
JUiAirmat Cbarlee V, Last, Thomae rbecsas,
D. . IVKenderfoa, L. C gtnart.
Cleri-yArlhar T Ctardon.
Cwaaer TTSlUam Bockbam.
UcUns oawfa Fraacie Broadaead.
JiraXESE VisrrOEj. Our residents have
noticed since the artival ofthefaAoi a .party
of four Japanese gentlemen, who are visiting
our Islands on a tourof observation for busi
ness purposes, and for pleasure. Their po
liteness, pleasantness, and eagerness to ac
quire information, render them acceptable
visitors, and we believe that every one has,
" them, with respect and consid-
e ration. Their visit is intimately connected
with our future business relations with Japan,
and we hope ther Ei v be able to give a fa-
. , r ,.. ,
TOrable report or US to their countrymen.
0nr Consul at Yokohama says of Dr. S-
. . , " ,
kid oi the bead of the party : He is a man
PiUonhere, and wiU well rePrent his
countrymen at HawaiL He is the first Jip-
ane-s who haa ever Invested maner inroods
aaese a0 tTcr 10TtlOd m0D-T ,D hooat
to send abroad, and bearing me speak so
much of Hawaii and its people, is determined
to see tor Blmselt. un his return here, we
will liave a reliable man to answer all in
quiries the . Government may desire to make,
Irom one of their own people. In whom they
Dr. Sekido will -visit through the Islands,
j having an eye to our productions, labor sys
I tern, and the mercantile advantages we may
1 have to offer in the way of trade with Japan.
Ogata Teglro (merchant,) has bees to the
Islands before, and has charge of the -goods
brought by the party. Zangimoto (student
and Interpreter), has lately returned from the
j Atlantic States, and is, therefore, somewhat
acquainted not only with the English lan
1 guage, but with our customs and ways. Ze
. gsieh (student), proposes to remain 'here
j some months, to attend school, leara the lan-
guage, and establish himwlf, perhaps, as a
' intesdent at Vnillams' Fork, Arizona, (to the
AlU dated March 19th, give the following
1 account of their doings :
j On tie inh of March the Indians tilled a
iliiican on Vmilams Fork, between tbe
' mines and tbe Colorado River, and on tbe
a iorago janj zrom toe ureal tcnirat
mine, nnder tbe Scperintesdetit, W. Thomp
son, iras attached bT tbe Indians -while cnt-
tine bay, bnt a short distance from tbe hari-
ecds. and drfrtn In. Jbe rartT sncceeded
; in making good their 'retreat, without tbe
' loss of a man or animal, tboccb closely
' pressed. VTbetber these are tbe Indians
which we are told were all qcietly laboring
on the 21st of Uaieh at the Kcsrrktioa, near
I La Fax, and at happy and contented as Swim
, ley's boarders, or were rentable Apaches,
; we are cot Informed; bat ax a detachment of
United States troops, under command of
' Gen. Price, from Fort MojaTC, were landed
at tbe mines on tbe 19th test, and started at
once oa a campaign against 44 Lo" and Lis
. friends, we shall probably soon End out.
Tbe arriral of the troops was with.
great pleascre by the sortlr harassed miners,
1 and it wis cc docbted that tbe miotics
wcnld soon betlie tbeisselTes to tbe hippy
, bssiing grossdi of their race, or seeka aore
! retired locality for their operations. Tilth
. the assistance of. the miners, it was Jiourti
I tbe troops wonM-settle tbe littler onpltaj
j anules with oar red brethren Tery qtickly.
Ulotrtbatlon ol ?Ic1IcIbcs.
The Board of Health have recelred the
following report from Lanal, of medicines
sent their for distribution. From the report
or the President of tbe Bosrd we see that
5,SS3 in medicines have been distributed
during the biennial period.
EOSOLCIX, April SOth, 1S6S.
To SU Ex. F. in JfnfcAtaw, iVfdml J9tonI
of BiaOh, dV., SmdttlH.
Mr Dealt Sib, I received about a year
since a package of medicine from the Secre
tary of the Board, Hon. T. C. Meuek, for dis
tribution among the lndlrrat sick of the Is
land of Lanai; and I now desire to report the
disposition I have made of the medicine, and
the sanitary condition of the district in
which I reside.
Seven caes of syphilis, I suppose ac
cording to my imperfect medical kn-iwledge,
have come nuder my observation since re
ceiving the medicine. I administered iodide
of polassa and other medicines furnished by
the Board, with very happy results in six of
the seven cases. One case, a girl of about
1. years 01 age, wno returned irom ianaina
in a horrible ulcerated condition, and who
was abandoned by her friends as hopeless,
as a awjupoii, a corpse, and too filthy to w alt
upon ; by the help of medicine, and some
clcauting, and good food, is restored to health
and activitv. By a timely use of aperient
medicines, Iiberafly provided by the Board, I
have had an opportunity to check many ali
ments of children as well as of adults, which
would have been neglected and have become
aggravated, in a poor district, where there is
neither medicine nor medical advice to be
obtained. In respect to syphilis, tbe most
fearful destroyer ot the Hawaiian race. It is
well to mention that, as far as I have observ
ed, the native kabvna do not pretend to be
able to deal with it and do not tamper with
the patient in such caees, tbe invariable re
mark being that, kadtUau, foreign medicines
aloue are avalable in such cases. "
I have given quinine and other antifebrile
with very good result. The ointments for
scabies, puttpnu, AC-, have rendered excellent
service to ills Majesty's poor subjects on
1 Jnii. I have dispensed the medicines of
the Board to about 65 applicants within a
twelvemonth. The reault has been very grat
ifying to me, and a slight enquiry among the
people or .Lanal, will convince any one that
the natives of that Wind have the highest
confidence in the efficacy of " foreign medi
cines," and hicbly appreciate the fostering
care of their Government in sending medi
cines to them for gratuitous distribution.
I beg to suggest to you, Mr. President, and
to the Honorable Board, that it would be im
portant In a sanitary point of view, to have
a regular physician visit monthly or quartcrlr
the several districts of the Kingdom, ith
whom the dispensing agent could consult,
who would determine exactly the character
of ailment, and consequently occasion a more
intelligent application of relief in behalf of
the indigent sick.
Tbe health of the people of Lanai is gene
rally very good. The worst cases of disease
are thoe Introduced by persons returning
from the towns, or from work on the planta
tions. The island would soon become a pro
lific hive of humanity, If it could offer the
requhite inducements to keep iU own na
tives at home. We have 126 children under
15 years of age, out of a population, of 450.
There is 1 oman now living on my land
and working for me, who has given birth to
16 children. Others have givm birth to 11,
9, S. and 7 children. The youths and maidens
of tbe island are tempted away, and thus the
population remains reduced' by emigration
ana not by deaths. It could well support a
population of of 50,0.x) souls and more.
r am, Mr. President, yonr very obedient
servant, Wal.txs M. Gibsox.
I respectfully ber leave to Inform von that
i H. L MVs Commissioner and Consul has
placed in our hands the sum of S75 francs, to
be applied to the relief of the poor people
who have been injured by the earthquake of
the 3d instant, to be disposed of without any
distinction between Catholics and Protest
ants misfortune being the only reason for
I have been very happy to comply with the
desire of Mr. Beranger, and yon would obllce
me very much by acknowledging in your
1 paper tue ottering, sua returning our mxnks
i to our benefactor.
I Tour most ob't serr't. Cat. Poczot,
.' HHo, April 20, 1S6S. Catholic Priest.
CoKEa. The Alia has a letter" rom China,
received by the last arrival, which furnishes
the following: "Corea is i country and coast
of which we tnow but little, and at tbe same
time a land which report says is rich in pre
cious metals, and a garden-spot pf fertility.
The loss of the American schooner Gaurvl
SXtnnax on the coast of the Corea peninsula
during the early part of 1S67, and the report
j 01 me massacre ot au tuc people on uoarc,
; is a matter which has never been fully Inves
I tinted. Xow a report reaches us that some
of the crew escaped- the sword, but are still
! held in bondage. So the C. S. steamer SKe
I estdooA, under command of Captain Ferbiger,
sails in a few dsys to investigste the GfnenX
RSrraaijV disaster, and also to survey the
I coast. Admiral Rowan, it is supposed, will
bring orders to punish the barbarians. Such
I attempts all good men will hope to see
' crowned with success, and not thwarted like
; the French expedition which came to grief
' some months since, or even bring upon us
; the distress which overcame us at Formosa."
ZBS MlW III M, 1868.
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RETAIL, Bcoolcln Sth. T. Xeal; leth, G.
Howe; 14th. A. Uoe; 11th, J. M. Smith; Sd,
! S. Saodfe; 3th. Wan Go: SL Afcss; Arhnrk;
' 16th, Chnlan Brother.; :4th. L. L. 'forbrrt: Sth. J.
i Stennck, PaUmaEoad. Oaha 16th, Akan, Waialoa.
I irth. Ah Let. do. Mans Si, Boehle, Labaina; 4th,
t Aman. do; lit; Meesmau A Son, Wailnkn. Hawaii
Tlt, EansasiaikX L Kabaiewai, Waiohinc Easai
I 12b, Wal Tee, Waimea; 16th, A. White, Moioaa;
! lTtb. rac Tee. Kapaia.
! WHOLESALE, Honolnln 1st, W X LadJ ; 1st, E
' P Adama,
1 VICTUALLING. Hoootcln Sd, Jos Arisa ; 1st X.
Cohen: 2XA, Ah Uoe; 10th, LcmTal; 29th, Ah Wa,
. ArCTIOX, Honolnln M, C S Bartow. Hawaii
EILLIAKK.Oihn 14th. J Unm. Liberty Ha!L
HOKSE. Honolnra Irt, Kamafle. Xo S.
BOAT, Mani Irfc, Hoopii, Labaina.
FOR VICTORIA. V. I.
Robert Cowan. Ll
Will Sail To-morrow, May 14th.
THE0. H. DAYTES,
PEH ROB'T COVAX. FIXE BED
SALMON, from Frater River.
Also If applied for to-day
160 Pounds White Clover Seed!
17 THE0. H. DAYHS.
MRS. A. BOOTH AXD THE T2.DER
SIGXED harirr teen dsly appointed
Administrators cpon th Estate of the Sale
i Jos. Booth, all persons naTing against
. the said estate are hereby requested to present
their account. H. A. WTTfPVsW,
Honolela. May 12, l$$-17-6t Adm'r.
ARE PKEPAKED TO FUR-
nish Fire-'Wood cf the Best Quality
ObZa. Koa. and 2eneleaa at osr landing.
' near Uilo isay, tn onsnhnes to scit
" HITCHCOCK 4 BROTHER,
For father partieclars. enqsire of
Casru a Coosz, Agents. 17-tf
1 OF JltLO,
tons register, copper and copper-fas-tesed.novrBnnmg
between this PortandHilo,
taring jnst been pot in a thcrOEgh state of
repair and furnished with a eemplcte sett of
Sew Sails, Gear, Grocnd Tackle, et.. is now
oSexed for sale. For partSeelars, apply to
L. L. T0RBERT.
17-tf J. H. Coney, HHo.
WILL BK OITKK FOR THE KEC0V
erv of a PEARL SH1RT-BUTT0X.
lost inthe Streets ef Honolulu daring th last
week. Any person finding the same, and re
turning it to this cBee, will be suitably re
A SFECIAT. MEETING of
MECHANIC ESUIXE Co. Xo. S,
will be held at their Rooms on
SATURDAY EVENING, May 14, at 7 p. .
A fall attendance-is required. Tcr Order,
It J. VT, McOl IRK, Foreman. .
F0CRTH JCDICIAL CIRCUIT.
rTUKK JiOTICK, THAT BV A PROPER
JL order made in pursuance or an Act ap
proved the :7th day of April, inrt., the term
of this Conrt will be adjourned from the first
Tuesday of May t the :3d day of June next,
being Tuesday, at 9 o'clock A. w. -L.
lWl Clerk of Supreme Court.
ALL TERSOXS HAVLNG CLAIMS OX
the estate of the late Peter Hanson, of
Waiole, Kauai, are required to present the
same to the undersigned at TTaioli, Kauai, on
Friday, the llth day or June, 1SSS.
0. B. ROWELLr-15-?t
THE CXPERSIGXED HAVTXQ BEEX
appointed Administrators of the Estate
of Albert A. Coe. late of Kaupo, Island of
Alaot, deceased, brreby rive notice to those
hating claims against the said estate, to pre
sent tbe same, and those indebted to the instate
are requested to make immediate payment.
J. V. AU&TIX,
JUST received ei J. W. Seaver,
a cargo cf superior well-packed
- IVltllr Salmon.
-HUT H. HACKFELD k CO.
FULL ASSORTMENT, FOR SALE BY
Il-Sm B0LLES 4 CO.
SMALL LOT. FOR SALE BY
11-Im B0LLES A CO.
A SS0RTED SIZES, FOR SALE BY
B0LLES & CO.
NOTICE TO DEPOSITORS
"VfOTICE is hereby given, that all
1 amounts exceeding THREE HTJXDRXD
DOLLARS, now on deposit on interest in our
Savings Bank, will cease to draw interest from
the FIRST DAY OF JUNE, next, except in
eases of special agreement, fixing a rate of In
terest for a stated time. Also, that the rate
of interest on sums less than Three Hundred
Dollars, remaining on deposit in our Savings
Bank on the First day of September next,
will be reduced to six per cent per annum."
BISUOP i. CO.
Honolulu, May 5th, 156S. lR-tf
PROPER APPLICATION HAVING BEEX
made to the undersigned, by Mrs. L. S.
Johnson, to be appointed Administratrix upon
the Estate of Iter. Edward Johnson. late of
Waiole, Hacalei, Kauai, de?ea?ed. Notice is
hereby given to all whom it may concern, that
Thursday, the tth of June, it the hour of 10
a. v.. is tiie dsy and hour appointed for the
bearing of said application, and all objections
thereto, at the Court House, at lYaioIe, Haca
Circuit Judge, Fourth Jovjeial Circuit.
Wahiawa, May 4, 1S$. 17-St
JTUIE HOUSE ON UNION STREET, ad
JL joining the Government Premises.
Apply to 9-tf H. A. 1TIDEM ANN.
BOLrLES & CO.,
PEE LATE ARRIVALS.
Per Idaho our usual supply ef
Flour iu half and quarter sacks.
Also, per I) C Murray,
California Lime and
A larce assortment cf
Paints and Paint Oil
Manila Cordage assorted
Sixes from 1 to 4iin.
Hubbard's Patent Zrac Paint
Best Boiled Eng Paint Oil
ll-om Whitewash do, etc.
A SMALL LOT OF SUPERIOR QUAL-
, for sale by
B0LLES & CO.
I Aflft LBS STIRLING LEAD, in
tfc.UUU cans, for sale low, by
11-Sq B0LLE5 A CO.
Portland. &Rosendale Cement
OR SALE BY
B0LLES A CO.
TEX THOUSAND Gallons of 4he
aboTe Celebrated Oil, to arrire per l.ip
Syren, direct from Boston. Enquire of
ll-3m B0LLES i CO.
RDT"AB.T,perc A-fils Champagne,
Carte Blanche, in pints aad quarts.
For Sale by
H- HACKFELD t CO.,
lVtf fesin. Bninart, pert & t Is Bheims.
Piano Maker & Tuner,
gmsTrjQFFERS HIS SERVICES
TTTT1"0' Pring and Truing Pianos.
1 li I s'haTiag the best of Strings and
Vstfriil on hand.
Orders left at the Family Drag Store, Cor
ner of Fort aad Hotel Street, wffl meet with
immediate attention. 12-3a
WE KEEP A FULL STOCK OP THIS
axtide, axd are recetTiag fresh firpplits
by erery packet, far file At the lowest priecJ at
51Jxa BOLLES A CO.
Anoi's Celelvatei Pale Ale,
In pints, for sale by
lUa II. BaCEFELD efc Co.
SELLING OFF !
SELLING OFF ! SELLING OFF I
FROM TOTS DAT
.,: AT TEE STORE OF
C. F, PJPJLUGER
AT COST PRICES AND BELOW
rD bUck cloth cotta, bln Cjub1 ooata &o4 put.
cprior black tuxl bice cloth ptvxxu, eulnett ptvnU.
fatw-w .laVtf. Mute tnniMM na.f. ... .4 t m
tnpcriir llptit McrM.Ur Tests dirk silk -rnts, Xwrtl
sacks ud&vckK. npcrkr whit fUntrel pouitt; silk,
urtza UfflbsviW mod cotton flsanvl QCvlerrhirt
ao4 drawer, linen sad cotton drawer, red and w hits
lUanl niiders&irts and drawers, th terj best
VARIETY GENTS' FUBXISHIHG GOODS
To nomeroos to meotim.
Lsdies and Mles taperkic white cot too hose,
peats" brown and white half bowt, pent Tery su pe
nce Lalct thread sucks all sizes, pents' white and
pray meriiw socks, cbIUrens wuolen socks and
Boots and Shoes.
Gents' superior calf dress boots, da half welted boots,
ladies superior black prunella opera palters of tbe
best factory in tbe United Utes, a Tery larce Tartety
of ladies' doth palters short and high hel best
make, da cloth pxiter ties, do black kid and morocco
palters, d- black bnt ton palters, d superior black
kid slippers, children's ankle ties, misses' slippers,
boy's morocco patent leather and calf skin shoes,
babies shoes- and ankle ties, triases cloth morocco,
patent leather and calf skin gaiters.
Tery sapenor ccUoa cloth 364sei.es wide of the beet
American factories, Tery Hue white Nainsook and
Victoria lawns, buhop lawns, book muslins fonr dif
ferent qualities. Tery fine white tarlatans, also In
blue, itX, and bull; rross band mulins, fine jaco
nets, also fins whit brijliants 10 uifferent patterns,
a larpe assortment pf curtain muslins, whit pink
and blue bobbinett ntuiuitto nrttlog 100-in wide,
buff, blue and pink Cham tree y lawns, cottou towels
and towelling; blue and brown cotton drill inp, Amos
kea' dentms. Tery superior j-jinted French jaconet
and prints. Brocks while and colored vprol cottons,
crochet, knitting and mending cotton, white cotton
and serpentine braids, white -and bUck foundation,
very fine white waah net, flowered bobbinett lace,
blood laces, all colors of paper cambric and silecia'i
for lining, new muslin dress patterns, canTaai for
Ladies and pent superior JouTiies white kid pkiTes,
ladies black kid eloTes, do rauntlet in bale kid cord
b-ackskin, ladies' children's black silk mitts,- pent a'
white and colored cotton ploTes, ladies and 'geats
white and black sQk gloTe.
Tery superior floe white Irish Uneo Xo 1 and 2, linen
towels and CoweUse;. whit, and crown linen dnll,
Tnrauh bathing towels, irents' and ladies linea
bandaerthie, linen damailc table corers.
Superior fukcr, black: and white plaid shawls ; break
fast shawls, woolen table coTerf, fancy delaines for
pents dresnup powru and ladies iiwrninp; wrappers
all the different colors nf fine Frerxh. cuhmeres, me
rinos and t hi bets, Scotch plaids, plain French de
lanes, fine black coburps and alpacraa. Tell barepe,
white and blue ail wool flannel, bareges, tweeds,
cloaUcpf, and woolen goods for pants.
gorrior coloeed and plain blaex: silks, different colors
e' lininf irki, black and white file motion, black
rilk Teliet, bUft Italian eioth. white silk corset lac
iacf, all the different colon of eewin? nil; on spools
food and freh, ftrj superior plain, white and colrM
liadles Freneli Made Corsets.
A GEEERAL ASSORT OF TRIKWTNGS.
Perfumery and Toilet
Curiisp fluid, bears grease, reindeer marrow, pmna
des maracberia f w the hair and beard. Price t Co.
bet npluh perfumery, toilet rlnepsr, best eau de
cologne, specific fjr the complexion, rose hair oil,
oral hxni mirron, fine tooth aad dressing combs,
test Xapluh hair bnuhes, nail and tooth brushes,
tooth powder and pastes, face powder, medical skin
prifrinp ac-tps. depilttory powder for rem or inp u
perfinoQS hair, Cptiam's asthma cures, sharing cream
and soaps, -ixarinp brushee, raxcr straps, one xnioute
Soperior j teel sciMorsvcurb scitsors, pocket knires,
hjr pins, fancy dress t-uttocs. a&te and pearl but
tons, EcplUh puts, red marking cotton, Warren's
sewing needles, bodkins, nursery pica, crochet, darn
inp aad waited meedles, button rings and links,
boutca de pesles, lioea tapes, black, and fiancy belt
buckles, ircry ani sandal wood card cases, Cbina,
feather fans, cribbape- boards, btickpammon boardsv
CfaiceM Inrr t-uzxlesL docoinone. rlois and card
j boxes, ladies fancy psxters. pLain aad beaded black
uair ecu. Knuinsaerea eapmps una mtexuon, supe
rior Esplisb black crape, superior linen lac collars,
black, and white elastic braids and ccrds. black bugle
trimmings, black and Malta, lace, white ruches,
frUalnps aad ruCinri, ruperkr black aad colored
beltiszs all width, plain aad faccy boenct ribbons
from 1 to 3 inches wide, Ucnen buttons, office feather
durters, carpet baps, ladies' umbrellas and parasols,
lad res rHinp wfcjpa, relret ribboca black aad colored
A Good Aiiortaeat of Gents Snces ftnd.
5"eckticj, EHk Ktridrerrh.ffi, fcc
Very Superior White Shirts,
Genfaf riding aad da. prmerad. hats, Gent Boole--rard
bati trey, brown and black, Gecta" black bea
rer hata, Geata litt straw bats, CfciUrea sod Bore
straw and felt hats.
05E SUPERIOR ROSEWOOD 3 ETRQTB
' COTTAGE FIAKO,
Aci a Yariety cf Other Article! too nnmsr
All the Foregoing Articles
THIl be soil trtea UmIij at coat prices aad Mow, fx
caaa or arpeored paper.
Ladies aad Gentlemen of Hoanhiln aad adjaorat
Ittaada, pleaie call and ccsTiac .OBnetre. of tlx
"Eoaolnla, May 12, 1SCS. lTf
Br C. S. BARTOW.
TUTTTl WT1. RTi A V WAV 1 R
At 10 o'clock A. M., at Salesroom,
A Lot of Coral and Shells,
AXD AN ASSORTMENT OF
Horses at Auction!
ON SATTODAY, MAY 16,
AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. JL.
At the Yard owned by Captain J. Meek, and
opposite his Residence, on King Street,
WILL BE SOLD,
A Lot of Horses, Mares & Colts.
REAL ESTATE AUCTION!
On Saturday, May 16th,
AT 13 O'CLOCK. M
On tha Premises, win be sold at Auction,
The House and Lot.
Situated on Liliha Street, a short distance
from Falama Road, owned and at present oc
eopied by Mr. Dtcarsha. The house has been
recently built, contains fonr rooms inside and
two. rooms on back rerandah with Terandah
all around, together with another Frame Bnild
inp. After which will be sold, the following
articles Of Furniture :
Centre Table, Two Sofas,
Chairs, Pictures, Cooking Store,
1 Box of Pistols,
2 Boxes of Lime,
1 Mexican Saddle,
Bottles of flood Claret,
One Good Carriage Horse,
Buggy and Harness.
A lot of Joist,' Redwood Boards and firewood.
Terms of Real Estate, half cash, and half
six months, approred paper.
For further particulars, apply to
C. S. BARTOW, Anet'r.
By C S. Xlartoir A. E. I. Adams.
On Tuesday & Wednesday,
Mar ID il 30,
C. S. Bartow & E. P. Adams.
On Tuesday, May 19th, at Salesroom of C. S.
On Wednesday, May 10th, at Salesroom of
E. P. Adams.
By order of the Assignees of the Estate of
Isaac Bernhardt, will bo sold at Auction,
The Entire Eetail Stock
of said etore, comprising & largo & well select
ed assortment of
CI o tiling
Particulars bjr Posters.
TERMS MADE EXOWN AT SALE
BE IT REMEMBERED, THAT OS
Ike 1st dar of Febraarr, A. BMSH, J. W.'IL .
KAUWAIII, cf ijaixsiM, Iflini of ManLlias depos
ited In this office tbe title of a book, lbe light where
of be claims as anther. In the words following, to
4,KUH1XUHI 0 KANAKA HAWAII."
Kovrtherefore, know all men by khese rreeents,
that I, U'Kamehamehsv II. II. M.s Minister VTlhl
terior, in accordance with a resolution of the King In
PriTy Cottncil, bearing date the Hth day of Februa
ry, and bjTlrtnvof rh aathorityta me rested
by Section 1st of the general prorisioas of Article 4,
Chapter 7, of the Act to organize the Executive De
partment laws 1545 and 1M6 do hereby grant un
to the said J, VT, LL KanwahL his executors, attain
istrattws and assigns, the sole rtrht an.1 liberty f
printing reprinting, pnblUhln; and Tending; the said
book of farms in tbe Hawaiian Island, ftr the term
cf ten years from the 15th day of February A. D.
In testimony whereof I, L. Eamehameba, Ills
Majesty's MinUUr of Interior, liare cansed
f L. 5.1 the seal of tbe Interior Office to be hereunto
aSzed, this ISth day of February. A. D. 1
La. A n till P 11.11 A
Bx rr tixmrxis, that on tue 22d day of Februa
ry, A D. 1S6S, J. W. H. Kanwabi, of Uhaina, Island
of 3Iaat, In accordance with Section 3d of an Act
To encourage lewnlng in this Kingdom, by secur
ing tbe copies of charts, maps and bocks to the au
thors and proprietors of such copies," approred oa
tbe 31it day of December, 1564, bas ueposlted In this
ffice a copy of his book, entitled,
"KUHlKimi 0 KE tta-watta HAWAII,"
Tbe rights of which ha claims as author.
In testimony whereof," I haTe hereunto set my
band and can-ed the seal of the Interior De
ft. e.1 r-artmeot to be aClxed, at llooolnlu, this ISth
day of March, A. D. 1S68.
14-2m Minister of Interior.
HONOlULU IRON WORKS CO.
Wrought & Cast Iron Kettles
OX HAXD AXD MADE TO ORDER, OF
tie. Best .Material and Workmanship-.
- i Erery IcscrIptIoa of. - '1.
fitearn and Water.Coekr. - r
' -TalveSOaage Cocks, ' .".'I'
Steam Ganges A Injectors,
Piping Elbows. Tees,
, India BabLer. Packing,
" Flax Packing,
' and Hose.
All Kinds of Brass Work Neat
BEST BAR IRON
On hand an3 for sale, af lowest market prices
Orenhot, Turbine, Centre DIs.
AXD ALL OTHER KIXDS OF
Water w jaeels,
Made of either Iron or'Woodealcnlations
for which will be made on receiriag the par
ticnlars of Tolune, Head, aad Fall of Water,
in any desired locality. One of oar Centre
DiseharfeT Wheels- ear $t lefafat the.KaoeS
ohe Plantation, wnere it is in fall operation'
and gxTrng entire satisfaction
vv i iKrrj--fvnrr ,-r .rjf
OF ALL SIZES AXD DESCBIPTIOXS,
With Pnmps, Made aad adapted to any place
Wck)J, Pu!u, Cottofl & 04! Presses
Made f ;ny,Eiie and. treagth,
CaEahining al the Latest Improrementi,
aad eomposed of the Best Materials. One of
our 'Wool Presses is git nig entire satisfaction
on tbe extessrfe Raacji of Messrs. J. t V.
Sinclair, Island of XHKan, who may be cod
snlier with regard to p iKiealaril 13Cb'
yimiY DElfG 8T0EI;
V5 J. 91. SMITH At CO.,
HAVE RECEIVED PER LATE ARRIV
ab, a Xeir Aswrtaeat of Draj
' Sands' Samparilla, Towasecd s do.
Ayers'do'., Bristol's do., Saaken' do..
Root do., Ayers Cherry Pectoral,
Balsam for th Lengt, Balsam of Wild
Cherry, HypophosphitM of Lim. tt Sods,
Compoand Extrset of Baehe, Csftsle.,
Thorn's EAset, Crossmsn's Spoette, ,
rills and Ointnttnta, of Tarioas kid,
Liaiments, Ptasttrt, Peetoral Foalgst.rs,
bponges, llambarg Tea, iiUy W ne,'
Fomlgatlnc Pastils, Trasses,
J. K. Cook's Nil
N!plei. Xlrnlo Shields.
i,a bm s and t'lnaad'e Kitraets,
Toilet Articles, Lip Salre, s
Indelible fencils, a Jfcw aaynllw
Hair Restorers and Dresslegs, ,'
Syringes, Leechwi, etc., etc., etc. .
Drags of all kinds.
Corner of Fort and Hotel streets. 114 '
OWNER'S Kerosene Oil.
For sals br
IS II. HACKFELD A CO.
SIX SPLEX5ID"R0SEW00D CASS
GRAND UPRIGHT PIANOS
Patent AgrrafTo Style,
ly for s Tropical Climate Th
best toned InstrnmenU erer im
ported. Them Initrnmenti are acknowledged
by the greatest Artists, at the last Paris Ex
position, as the best Upright Pianos that are)
12-tf WM. FISCHER.
T ecclTcd per ldnho. For sale by
JLV ll-3m BOLLES & CO.
California Table and Fie Fruits,
Jast receiTed per Idaho. For sals by
tl-3m BOLLES & CO.
THEO. H. DAVIES,
Tnte Jlnnlon, Green Hz Co,,
Offers fox SJ.o
Assortment of Goods,
Suitable for this Market,
Per GnrHtaHfj, from LlTcrpool,
Eobert Cowan, from Victoria. '
ffeary Denims, Brown Drills,
, AVhite Cottons, Regatta Stripes,
' . , Ticking, Turkey Red," & Prints. .
.' - ".'
. Brown Linen Drills, Brown Holland,
'State Hollands, Blue s Whits Checks,
Diaper', Fine Linen, Dowlas,
IVhUo Dack, Damask Cloth.
? ' JVOOUENS, ,
Alpacas Hllack and Fancy Colon,' '
Blankets White, Grey, Blue, Ac,
Cloths Black, Blue, White, Green, ic.,,
Coburgi Black, Bias, i fancy colors,
. Flannels Bine, Black, Scarlet, ic,
Priean's-Printed White Ground and Fig
' ' fared Colored (Hound,
Tweeds Light A Heavy, ass'd patterns.'
A Very Superior Assortment of Coatf
JPanta and Full Salts Light
Coats Alpaca, Tweed, Doeskin and Pi-'
Pants Bine Flannel, Tweed, Moleskin,
'Doeskin, and Pilot Cloth.
Children's Cloaks and Dlantles,
India Rubber and Tweed Waterproof.
A large Yariety of Crimean Shirts, belt styles,1
HeaTy Jean Shirts, Striped i Print
ed Regattas, Extra Stoat Grey ,
Merino Shirts k Drawers.
Common, Medium and Superior Saddles, Com
mon 4 Superior Side Saddles, Heads ,
and Reins, A few Tery good ' , .
Bridles, and Electro- -'Plated
Bits. ' ',:
' IaA.CE Sc. aiBSLIi GOODS,
JThite and colored embroidered Grenadines t
Book Muslins, Fins Lawns, Striped and
Checked, Cambrio t Lace Hand
i kerchiefs, Tape Checks and
- ... Victoria Lawn,
A Small latt of Tery HaHeIseHie
AXD LACE CBRTAIXS
66 to 72 inches wide, and 4 yards, long, Qui
or two pairs to each pattern. .
r ' . i it - a J
SQk and Cotton VelreU, Silk. Handkerchiefs,
- t ft i
Pongees aad Corahs, MerinoJ aad Felt
HaLi, Assorted Woodjand Bromo-
Table Oil Clotii; Leather aad
India Rubber Bsltiag and
Hayrallan, EBgllitli and Amer
Ind, Coop i Co's Draught AL,
Lea i, Perrin's'SaaceiJ Fs Froiti aai
Jams, Coward's Jiekles,
3osnell's lias Perfuaer asd
Brashes, Xot Jei t Howe's
1 Varnishes, Aawrieaa
Best dtfalitif of Flair Oil. LW,
Foot Tirfs vide, sad est to uy lsagtiu ;
Esgar Coolers, Carron Pans,
Best Hoop Irss and Bar Ins,
Pig araaFJre Brieii, I
Booisg Feet, . -.
lJ-St " THBO. H. DAVTBg.