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Tt Iiu pl-sec! Ills M-fle-fly the Kin? tn appoint th M
lowing cwUmni. Kabt (.rami crow of tb. Roysl
II. It. II. W. P. Le-leiohoku, Chancellor or th Order.
Hon. Klislia II. Allen.
Hon. ( 'hsrles C. Harris,
Mbi Highness Charles Kuiaiua,
Hon. Charles K. Bishop,
H.m. John (I. iKimlnl.
Hon. Archibald 1. (..OA-born.
It has also p:..r I n - Majest. to appoint the following
r- " '- knight I .nutnaiider i.l tb Royal Order uf
AN I XDEPEN'IEST JOL'ENAL,
DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PROGRESS.
umnrty : but, sail to Bav, he lacks the one trait
that gires value to the other.
Bon William I. Mo-homta,
Hon. A. I'miK . Judd,
Hon J. Mou Hmitb,
Hon. KfttntiH N. (aa!,
Hon. Kdwm O. Hall.
Hon. Alfred h. Hartwell,
Jtn v.. KM).
....... paleci Nov. It, IB7S.
Noncr bi tierriiy given that during nij- abarnce from
th.- Island of .Nsbii, Hn Kseeltrtiry V. L. Moehouua uill
set Onw miM of lb Inland.
Jao. (I- I - .-.!.-. I- OV. Of Oatiu.
-Gov. of Oahu, Int. Clh H75.
Tkk foilou-lur Anitlvf rsan.- ticing National Holiday
..III I uba. r i yd ou the a . ral darn mentioned below. .
a., i.-.i .-muit-iil oa.ee ..ii te closed throughout tin
Saturday. IvwrnUf 2&1I1. Christina Imy.
Naiuruai , January 1st, 1676, Nw Vtar'H Day.
W. U l N ' a
Interior Office. Not. -It. 1S7S. Minister of Interior.
mas vacation of the Oovernmeut English J
fountain, will extend from tin- 2d of Iieceiii-
r to January 10th. tiegiunlug the first term of the new
ar on Monday 10th, 1876.
By ordfr of the Hoard of Education AlUolanl Hale.
W. Jas. bMiTU, becretary,
Kllli I stlth IttTi.
Mr. Joseph Manuel lias le-en appointed by the Board of
Education, gchool Agent for the district of Kooaulpoko,
island of .Jabu, In pla.-.- of tie- nil" I:. 11. Boyd, deceased,
ar -fun a, l ol i. i - " .
w. ja. ratnrf.
Aillolatij Hale. Nov fllrd.. IS7S becrsUry.
aU-i of I. ion ..-. KxpiriHR in Deceu
. Kanrn . KimiIhupoIco.
. K. G. Adder: v. Fn t, ifonolulu.
10 Gee Ijiiwr. Nuuahu Ht, Houolo'u.
It R. McKlbhin, Qneen t. Honolulu.
71 Urnt To. , Mauuakea M. Honolulu,
n-n. V. Steele. Kins Wt, Honolulu.
5a Ho San. Kin Ht, Honolulu.
Is Iiaiil-I llaitley, Kalauao, Ewa
-1 il. Trousseau. Tort rit, Houolulu.
.-.7 Malallu. Koolaa.
a J. J. Halstead. L luitu.k.ua.
IS A Tarn, Wathll, Kula.
1 7 A ll TOIIIC. I-ah.l...
HAWAJ1..- cb.-u Hson. Holualoa. Koua.
14 SV. N rVSflmm. ManH'Ule, UUo.
IK Ko Hi, WaloMav
KAVA1. .'-Anlttiu, Xawniwlll.
It. mil Spirit.
Emanuel K. Cuuua, Union Hotel, liouolulu.
C-Akea, Wallu.ii. Maul.
i Mahtai, No. , Houolulu.
fi - Kaleea. No. AT, Honolulu.
5 Mariueia, No. 4b, Honolulu.
in Keopuhlwa. Nos. u, M, 41. 5. si, Honolulu.
If Kaua. No. as, Honolulu.
n J. W. l-alieko. No. i. Honolulu.
Ji Cass. Hiram. Nos. M, &7, Uouolulu.
SI Kaleo, No. 6s, Honolulu.
11 Kukuv No tn, Uouolulu.
- Mhele, No 1G, Honolulu.
2C Cawaakaukahl, Pobukalna, Honolulu.
;ctVahmalU. Walkele, Ewa.
I ire Arm.
11 W H. Peebles, Kon, Oahu.
Thk foUowInc wrsons have been appotnled Members
as ta--Tas appeal itoan! . tn accordance with the Act of
Aucust a, 174 :
llisill. Mi -L Severance, W. H. Reod.
jbkusa J W Ki aomakiinl. D. W. Makuakana.
ATaa C N Mjwncer, J Namauu.
.' A'nad n N llr.-enwell. Munasa.
A A'ntat il.stfxe Carseiey, ll K MakjunuL
& ff.uhi-I F Sandrord. I T Ilavls.
.V A'oAala ll II Atkins, George Holmes.
llnmalma 1 Rtcknc!!. J K Kauoaniano.
MACI raSi.ias L A liulo, W ft Brown.
, :-s -H Itanlrls, W I Alexander.
Jfoia-mw Kapale, 1 1 Croa-nliu-hurTs.
Il-iun M I Junt.li- I. llf-l.-kuilllii.
-4 s ; liv J W Kulur.
I'lBI.lSHEl) ANI EI'ITKtl BY
II E X B V II . W H ITXE
rj:i.TKSDAy. dec. is.
His Majesty thi. Kinq took passaee on
the steamer M Mninliiv last, intending to make
flyiiip; trip to Kalioolawe a part of his do
mains which he has not vet visited. The
steamer tvill laud him in his own boat and
rrew, which will convey him to Maliko in time
to meet her on the return from Hawaii, and ar
rive here on Saturday evening or Sunday morii-ing-
Amid the demonst rations of a national sa
lute from Punchbowl, the disp'ay of llapi anil
the music of the band, at the embarkation of
! the Km., it was remarked that there was no
salute or display trom the war vessel in port.
This was duiihtletu-i owiuj,- to no notice having
been sent to the representative of the nation
whose flair she bears. Very few, indeed, of
our citizens knew what the firiii"; from Punch
Is rwl was fur, until after inquiry. It would
seem to us more appropriate if some notice
were given on such occasions, particularly tn
the representatives of foreign powers,especially
if war ships happen to be in port.
Thf. advices from Australia regarding the
no. - mail line are not so favorable as could
have been wished. Owing to full arrange
ments not hnvinc been completed, the Vasco
lie Gama had to go to Auckland after leaving
Sydney, thence to Kandavu and this port, ma
king a longer voyage than any of the previous
boats have performed. Still she came through
mil tlays and 6 hours including 2. hours de
tention at Auckland and the same at Kandavu.
We understand, however, that the company
will receive no subsidy until the full terms of
the contract are carried out, and the branch
line from Fiji established. It is quite proba
ble that the Colima will take the same route as
did the Vasco, via Auckland and Fiji, unless
the Cy phrenes be chartered to assist her. The
line may not be fully established till the new
English steamers arrive at Sydney, which are
now on the way out.
Is there no moral to be drawn front all this ?
Are we not too confiding to strangers ? Ne
glecting perhaps those of our own household
hard-working but honest men of every class?
A neat appearance, pleasing address, Bnd a
good share of what the world calls " cheek,"
insures to any person landing on our shores a
welcome not accorded to the more modest and
unassuming. We know of men who have led
plodding, useful lives in our community for
years, who could not to-day obtain the money
and goods which a dashing brassy stranger can
obtain after a residence of as many months,
perhaps weeks. This is not the way to build
up a substantial structure of trade and credit.
We should try our material and prove it. Per
haps we shall now go to the other extreme, lie
too cautious for a time, and worthy men, stran
gers, may be treated to a large tiortion of cold
shoulder. Let us hope that the Laundry will
not fail to aecommudato us with our regular
boiled shirt, even though we are deprived of
the luxury of being dunned by its former pro
prietor. Queensland nt th4- Centennial.
F H Has.-l'lfn. s K-aiiikaa,
;....... J rtirit-ii, A KalaulL
Er.i f WatanarJ 11 Coney, Auakalea.
H-'s .a 14 H N Ifsuersou, Nutaolela.
ATsalsalwa A L Smith, s M Naukana.
A'sof-i upolfl H J r.HilliUe, M Ruaa.
amal.. . TTa.rae 1 R Rowell. KamalenuU
JToIaa-F Bindt. Mlka.
J..W-.; W Wilcox. S U Hapuku.
4aasul C rteruVuian. D Nulloablkl.
Hoauiri S W Wilcox. Z seka. E Krull.
N. B- ..II Kna. Kalka
JKO. K. Walker,
Uouolulu. Nor. 1st, 1S7S. Minister of Fluaece.
Tar HiSinis MrmaVM Is now ready for the reception
of articles of interest pertainlnc to the Archeology and
Natural History of the Klnrdnm.
uiaas canes bare been Utu-d up. which are secured with
locks : anst aspoators may rest assured that any articles of
ahich they may deposit In the Museum will he
carvf uUy pu seneq.
AU artsnl.-s sent tn the Museum will he entered In the
mun-. of tb.sr depoalt.rrs. whether sent as loans, frtfts, or
tor ash-. Lav-a arliri.- should be accoiupiiiiled wllhacon
ctse di si i lam hi and he df-ikrnsted whether sent as loan.
Ctfts or for sale ; and if for aale, the prices should !--axatesl.
Any one Acalrua of contributing to tlie Musaem In any of
Hi sju tafll lafi ! of the natural history of the kingdom,
win meet with every encoorairement, and all the assistance
It may I pnoaihte to crant tn the furtherance of his efforts,
I ' axakina such dsaun-s known at the Carator's otllce. In
the Moo-urn Room, tfoTeniasetit House.
All anl-s.-s desicned for the Museum should be sent to
Use "OBTalnr of flu- Hawaiian Museum, (lovernmetit
House and the receipt of all articles will be duly ac-
Tuf. mails explain, what the telegraph
failed to do, in rtgaxd to the war in Liberia,
the causes which led to the outbreak of the na
tives at Cape P.ilmas, in the southern part of
Liberia, against the Republican Government
of that country. The present difficulty, like
many previous ones, grows out of disputed
boundaries, and the right of the Cape Palmas
natives tc trade without restraint with the
English, French and Portuguese, who have
factories on the coast. Tiic north and soutli
tioundaries of the negro Republic have been
disputed for a long time by these Powers, who
claim the right to trade with the Cape Palmas
natives ; and the latter assume the same right,
claiming that they liave never sold their terri
tory to Liberia. The settlement of the boun
daries is still pending, two British and two
Liberian Commissioners having been ap
pointed, who are now taking testimony.
In case they disagree, the United States
will be the arbitrator, and its decision
will be final. Meanwhile , President Roberts
is punishing the refractory natives very vigor
ously, and convincing them with shot and
shell that it their duty to remain neutral until
a decision is made.
aW The Hawaiian Museum will be open to the public,
very day. Sundays exrepted. between the hours of n a. It ,
a 4 I. M.
11. K. HiTcxrcocac,
Curator Hawuoau Museum.
Honolulu. Nov Sth. IKTa.
Kaprvaie t oun -In Prohnli .
acroKE mr. jrsTicr jt'tiD.
Estate of Kilaaca, deceased Petition of Kuohao
(k). Administrator for allowance of hit accounts.
The C.-urt examined and approved the accounts aod
arsWad petitioner, discharged and his bond cancelled.
Estate of F. E. C. Krurtr. deceased. Petition of
f. I'. Dole, administrator (or allowance of his ac
count. Ileferred to the master.
Proof of will of Henry Pra&dcrgast, deceased. Pe
tition of Pastel Smith and W. L. linen, executors
f . r rotate of trill. The Court after bearing the evi
dence, admitted the will to probate, and ordered that
tetter testamentary be issued to Daniel Smith and
W. L. tireea without bonds. Inventory to he filed
ia St days, and notice to creditors to be published in
both lanruace- for four weeks.
Proof of will of Waihele i w ), deceased. Petition of
tae Barr. W. T. Kaawa for probate of rjt. The
Coort after hearing the testifaony admitted the will
t r r.bele. and ordered letters of administration with
will aaoexod to be issued to the Iter. W. P. Kaawa,
without bonds. Inreatorj to be filed in 30 days,
and notiee to creditor! to be aalhuriied in the
Kukoa for four weeks.
Orn Auckland exchanges notice the arrival
at that port of 40,000 salmon ova from San
Francisco, intended to stock the rivers of New
Zealand with this valuable fish. They give
the credit to " a passenger in the Vasco de
Gama," but as we happen to know something
about the obtainal of these ova, we must injus
tice give the credit to the proper person, Mr.
Stevenson, assistant postmaster of Christ
Church, who was mail agent on the City of
Melbourne, and who obtained them from Gen.
Redding, of San Francisco. The expense of
boxing and procuring the supply of ice, both
from San Francisco and Honolulu, needed to
preserve the ova, was wholly at his own ex
pense, and he deserves the credit of whatever
Kttccejis may attend the first efibrt ever made
to introduce salmon from California. Regard
ing this ventnre, we find the following in the
We were favored on Sunday last with a call
from Mr. Angus Mackay, editor of the Queens
lander, of Brisbane, who was a passenger on
the Vasco de Gama en route to San Francisco.
Mr. M. has been appointed one of the commis
sioners from Queensland to America, with in
structions to visit and report on the Philadel
phia Centennial, to make a tour through the
sugar and rice districts of the Southern States,
then to visit Cuba and the French Vi'est Indies,
to inquire ii to the working of the labor systems
in vogue there, as well as the modes of sugar
manufacture practiced ; after which he will
proceed to Europe and visit the beet sugur dis
tricts and factories. This service, which is
wholly at the expense of the Colonial govern
ment, will probably occupy at least two years.
Just before leaving lirisbaue, the citizens, of
that place tendered him a farewell banquet, of
wlticli we find the following notice :
.Mr. Mackay, one of I lie viov't (Jomniissloners to
America, received quite an ovation at tin, furctvell
banquet, and, in reply to tlie toi.st uf bis health,
spoke In u practical and eciiotblc ait rain, which
gives hii'li prouttee of his usetulncebus our Coininis
siiiner. He will be in Pailudelphi-- from April till
duly, aln-r which lie will travel among the Southern
Slates. On his way to Puiladclpbia lie proposes to
iH-qiiitint liiiiisclt liiiii.tuKlily as possible with Ibe
condition of the various producing interests of Cali
fornia, and will leave ut San Fraiieis.:.i exhibits of
Queensland coal, tin. Wool, Ac and maps of tile
Colony. In response It. requests from the northern
and southern sugar districts of Queensland, Ibe
Government lias arranged that Mr. Mackay shall
visit and report upon Ibe central tactury system ol
sugar-making in the French West India Island..
Mr. Mackay informed us tliat all the articles
from Queensland, intended for exhibition at
Philadelphia, amounting to over fifty tons, had
already been sent before he left Brisbane. The
space allotted to the Colony, in the main build
ing at Philadelphia, was bs50 ft, and every inch
of it would be taken up. In addition to this
liberal contribution, Mr. M. has in his charge
'25 boxes of specimens of ores and agricultural
products intended to be deposited in public
museums in San Ffancisco and other places in
California, to show the prospective wealth and
resources of Queensland.
Not only has the Colonial government been
wise in selecting an editor for this important
service, but it has granted him full liberty to
visit any countries he may deem proper, and
and even to purchase samples of now agricul
tural inacliinery for introduction into thecolony.
It has thus shown that it is determined to avail
itself, for the benefit of its people, of the latest
labor saving improvements used in other coun
tries. Such wise statesmanship will bring its
reward, and we congratulate the people of
this enterprising colony in possessing a liberal
and wide-awake administration, ready to profit
by the experience of other peoples. We wish
Mr. Mackay personal success in his important
mission, and predict a great benefit from it to
shall eVe It a v.- asa Oi-eaja Cable ?
, Editok Gazette : The Importance ot thia ques
tion does not Seem to he appreciated by the people
of theee isliods. Here we are, situated almost in
the track ot tbc world's great highway, and yet
jr.-'. enough out of it to cause the China and Japan
Steamship lines to girc us the go-by ; and of so lit
tle importance that the threat of abaodpnment by
the Australian lines ii coutinuallj liauging over our
Whalesblps also eivc us the go-by now, unless
forced to come to us by absolute necessity. Ttie
rest of the world go ahead, while we retrograde.
Were there a cable laid, which touches here on Its
western route frotu San Fraucisco, and branching,
throws one aria tu Australia, and the other to Hong
Kong, Puck's "girdle around the world in lorty
tnlontes' would .hen Ire complete. The result to
ourlittle Kingdom Would be magical. China bound
steamers would sweree from their trie to report
to their owners and allow their passengers to com
municate with their friends. Whalers would stop
both ways, coming or going, the former to report
progress and iret any final instructions from owners,
and the latter to report their "catch," and enable
the owners to sell tbc cargo to the best advantage.
There would then be no nneaslness in reirard to
Australian lines. There would be good reason for
their touching and they would do it.
If the grand circular route" is really started,
there would then be (rood and sufficient reason for
their making Honolulu a touching point both ways.
We would have plcuty of vessels and the good old
times Would return. Planters uf sugar and lice
could have reports of the market in California Ore
iron and Australia up to the day of a vessel's sailing,
and could judiretrith some certainty as to the best
market for their staple. Buyers in San Francisco,
Auckland, and other points, could buy by telegraph.
Things would be lively. The great question now is
How can we get a cable?
By passing a law that will offer some inducements
to a foreigu company to lay their cable by our port.
I understand that sotae years ago an offer to land
a cable here was made, providing a monopoly lor
ten years was granted to the Company, and that Ibe
Minister of the Interior refused tu offer on the
ground that the cable was " bound to come here
Ten years of prosperity thrown an oy lor want ol
a little thought !
The act passed by the last legislature I consider as
time thrown away loe. No offer worth ucceptiug
was made in ll.
Let us not make the mistake again. Let the first
company who w ill irive us an offer have a mouopoly
for ten years. Tber are bound to put their rut.-s
low enough to eualle the world to use Ihem any
way, and what little extra amount Ielaudcrs will
have lo pay whin they want to use the line, will be
amply made up by the im incuse advantage accruing
i'i me coutnry.
The act passed ought to contain as conditions
that the cuuipaiy establish two short cables cou-
neetiug Oahu, Xnui, and Hawaii. That the cable
nuisl be laid within a stipulated time. That I he
Kingdom will noi grant similar rights to other cuni
panies fur ten years, will protect the lines and other
property of the company Iroin damage, and admit
all vessels euguged in layiug cable Irce of port dues
and all material irt-c of duty. I would like to hear
from some- of the knowing ones on this subject, und
would like to sec a good ankle on the same in the
The following is a list of fast horses who have trot
ted a utile in 2.20 and under. Of the list Goldsmith
Maid has made the beet tune, haviug done ber mile
in 2.14 : Goldsmith Maid, Lulu, American Girl, Oc
cident, Gluster, Deiier, Hopeful, Red Cloud, Nettie,
Judge Fullertuu, Lily Maud, Lucy, Lady Thome,
George Palmer, llodioe, Lucille Golddust, Catnors,
Flora Temple, Fleety Golddust, May Queen, .Mam -brino
Gift, Smuggler, Middletovm.
The Australian Kteaia.lne.
The departure of the British steamer lfaegregor for
Honolulu has bren deferred until Tuesday, in conse
quence of the non-arrival of the Barters and English
mails. This trip, we believe, completes the service
of the line. There has been steam fleaamunieation
between California and the Colonies for S number of
years under various managements, all of which have
been more or less unsattsfactary, th -neb the last has
been the best. Since June, 1371. tbe router has beea
covered by the California, Australia aod Sew Zealand
Company, who have generally employed good steam
ers and have aiaintaiaed a aauathlj service) wita en-a-siderable
regularity. The steamers employed for
some time hare beea the City ef Melboorne, Cyphre
nes, Mac-regor and Mikado. All are good sailers,
and with the exception of the first namcJ, sre. large
carriers. A few months ago, a contract was eate'e-i
into with tbe Pacific Mail Company fnracoatiauance
uf tbe service, to date from November 1st, and ar
rangements have been maoe for earryiogout that eon
tract. Tbe Company hare charterer! the .Mikado as
one of tbe line, and she is now oa her nay here from
Sydney, and will be due in two weeks. The Vasco
de Gama was dispatched beoi October 9th. and is
supposed to be at her destination by this time. She
will be the next steamer to leave Sydney, tu arrive
here about the 20th of December. The steamer Co
lima will leave here to-morrow for lloaolatu and Sdy
ney, and other steamers have been temporarily se
cured until tbc arrival of new steamer, from New
York, now on the way ont. Tbe steamers to sail to
day and to-morrow have fair cargoes. Our trade with
the Hawaiiau Island and the Colonies aiuce January
1st has been as follows :
. . f.TiTOO
.... 68. tod
... 30. SOU
Makiog a grand total of $303,300, most of which has
been carried by the steamers. Our trade with the
Colonies is steadily increasing. The shipments em
brace broom, salmon, case goods, bop aod other
California prodocts. The trade must necessarily be
Isrge y composed of manufactured articles and as
there are developed and cheapened here they will Bnd
a market in the Colonie. S. UtlrtiH. Voe. S.
For Portland, Oregon.
The Flue BrltlalB Barqne
Will have .nick Dispatch for the ahove Port
FREIGHT AT LOW EJ4T RATF-4.
ft. T-ATntS, Agent
For San Francisco
Tfce Fine ?tw cilpirer Scbo-aer
Esq. is expected here
St PR HI F. CO! RT OF THE HAWAII w
lAaKlx-la rVohnte. ta the eetaa as? Uili '.
of nonoralu dec-as.d, intestate, orfler or T.J nee of rs-ti-tlon
for AdmlnlstraUoii. Before Mr. Jasjnce J CUV.
On raaenng-and fMhg tbe perlHna of srafleeaeaarh. widow
of Ibe dVcess-erf. alleging that Anhuil, or Honolulu, used m-
teatate at Honolulu, on the ra day sf psevraher. .. I.
I T3. and praying that letters of sdmln tat ration laasss so J.
It Is ordered that FRIDAY, the 7th Jay si MjTT
V A. fa. 1ST, be an hereby Is apfSntnted for sH-artoc;
said petition before tl e said J nal ice, la tbe Inert Masse at
! (his I nort, at Honolulu, at which tlree arm place all per
j sons concerned may appear and show cane, if any tr-ey
have, why amid petlrtun shonld not be grant-.!, and that
t th. order be published In tie English and llawanmn lgav.
guiute for three su.-resalTS w.eas in use uawatsaa Uasrrte
and Kongo, newspapers to Itonorohi
Mated HowrJora, H. I., Ith m . . mhee, a. n ten.
a. fka.n'i is jrnn.
Attest: -facia, t of the "uprema . -owes.
WaLTCW It Saal, Here. U i
Built for the tat W. C. Ralston.
early in Decemts
Will have (.nick Dispatch for the above Port
For f"retKht or pax-age, apply to
437 4t J. T. WATKRIIorsB.
The advert l-er believe, this to be the finest schooner ever
within onr harbor and wan hum In Man FnincHco.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPTS
Anstralia and New Zealand Line
inent -'f 1
Sth rtar o
for the ta
1 1 H he
RT OF THE HAWAII V
71 1 LAN 11 In Probate. Island of Uahu. Hawanan
mailer of tbe testate of Harta-rd
f Honolulu, deceased, tmter ap
le of Will and direr ting pulhcalaan
tna-to be the tact win and Tf
Stanley. dreaoS, having oa ue
I. !.. IS75. been p reseated to said
Mtlon for the proeou thereof, and
ers ri-stamentary to John u. lauu-
y sM Join. .
TIIC KPLEXDID STKAWSIIIP
Taxes of 1875, I .strict of Honolulu, Oahu,
V i: IN HEREBY .IVt; TH IT THE
Xw huoWs and otAce of the undersLsrne.t will be posl-.
tlvely close.1 for this year on Friday December Slsu
Taxes at that dale will be proceeded against, according: lo
law. In or-1 r to prevent confusion and unnecessary de
lay, und as the taxes were due on aotb Nov. ullo. parties
are requested not to defer payment to the last dues.
ULU. II. LUCE, Tax Collector,
Tax Collect- r'a office , Dec. 14, 1S75. S70
S1I ACKFORD. 4'APTAIW.
WILL LEAVE HOUOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about Jan. 5, 1876.
tiTTtiHl rimy apprstr artd i.nti
Krantlnc of IrUn 1 -i ui.-"tur y
ft furtlktr orUr-l. thl ni
puMtratloiie f.ir lhr im t imir T4ka, hi
.iii. n.'. a iii wijtiipi'r IIWM ' P--
1 whrt aiiv prrauti
tlw smKl Wtft, Ufttl
ml to lb. hHra ut i
-on .t-i tbe pnrfMe
for Freight un-l
apply to S67J
'auwoice, or mny further infornmtlon,
M. HACt.KElt(0., AKt-nta.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPTS
Australia and New Zealand Line
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
6tf.au By Gnu. If is :u.i:J that, at tbe ctoie
of 1874, 2U7.677 steurn uf ail - .in J de&-
cnj.: i , wvre iu u.e Ihruubuut the wrli. These
uoited engines represented lO.UOO.UOU horKe-power .
that U, were equivalent to tbe power of 25,UUU,OU0
horse.? working night and da,r, or to tbe labor uf 200,
000, UuO of men. Tbe amount uf tbin eteain-puwer
euiplojcd by Great lintaiu wa equivalent tu 3,500,
000 ho-se-puwer ; and, by tho United states, 3,1.00,
Tlicrc will be n
CONCERT at KAUMAKAPILI CHURCH,
On Thursday Eve'ng, Dec. 23,
to ( iijii:m i; at 7 i o t lim k.
The prueeeda to be rlrvoted lo the liquidation of
debts incurred by the clmrcli, during the year.
1 1 ki: i s si.uu ii.i.ir. ... imir prlre.
To be obtained at Ibe stores of Messrs. Whitney and
Thrum Doors opeu at 7 o'clock. S70 It
Xbe Kojal Vi-.il to lii.Iiu.
cases for the coming weeV.
Ma Enrroa : X, alone with many others have
bees surprised lo learn (Lat the Inspector General
ol acboolt it aiijx.iotcd Ujr tiic Ceottouisl Conimts
ainn to rcpreactil this canlry at PhiladclphU. He
Is to receive sufficient emolument to cover Iheexpco
act f a pscmsarc trip, whilst at Ibe asine lime, his
jalar-r for tbc vacant office at home is fruiu; on. I
thiol Ibis p-v.r little country has borne cnoasb iu
the war ot official ar-scnlerism and sinccotlsm. The
Inapreior Gewersl is known to be vcrr exclusively
derotod loamall botanic collections, which no doubt
will tie appreciated by lovers of terns and mosses in
AfAcrfcca, it arot err its statesmen, Ita capitalists, or.
its men of enterprise, end there can be no objection
tr afford an opportunity to collector to exhibit
or a hie apeetmcn and curio (broad, provided be
Tbe gentleman referred to shipped t San Francisco
40.UW aim-in ova intended lor Napier, bnt tip-.u ar
rival In Auckland, he felt apprehension lest in the
attempt to convey the whole tie would perhaps lose
all by OTcT-cmwtling the boxes. He therefore re
solved to share the delicate consiirtimenl with the
Auckland society. The society was hardly prepared
lor so valuable a present, and they found they could
only provide for about 10,000, unless indeed with
considerable delay und some expense ill enlarging
their accommodation. Tills would probably Kara
endangered t lie lot offered to thctn. They resolved
on taking charge ol 10,000, and Mr. Firtb, tbc presi
dent of the Acclimazition Society, conveyed tbc
other 10,000 to the Waikato, and superintended their
distribution iu the various streams. It would have
been probably better liad the whole of the 40,000
salmon ova remained in Auckland. From all that
we hear the 20,000 sent to Napier arc likely to fail.
Il is the iuteuliou lo put them in the streams about
Gisborne lest any delay or cxosure should destroy
them. Those placed in care of ibe Auckland Ac
climazatioii Society are doing well. The Ssb-liou-c
in the gardens is becoming quite interesting. The
yonng fry are every minnte breaking the shell (so to
speak,) and ure as lively and as strong as tin a.'h
they bsd never made a voyage across the Pacific.
Their appearance augurs well lor the vihole lot.
1 do ao at bit own expense
Ciunuh'i Viaa Cacp. California as a wine
1 1 Senas State i Deoassisr each -ueceedreg year
so ore iaspirtant. Tbe product for tbe present season
i estimated by the Seaoma Democrat, which has
a-asa r .ilertiacdsta freer, varioaf sou roes, at " .000. DM
c-s ons. divided a folletrs : Sonoma county, 1,0m'. -TH-
; Lo A.ireles. 8N.00 : Solano nearly 500.000 ;
Sal. 7M.Wi El Dorado, (100,000 ; Yolo, 600,000 -
Plarer 4.- ('( ; Tubs, t.arrajner.;o and Msrvi i!.
la.sM : Colasa, S00.000 : Santa Clara. 500.000 ;
Santa Mali, Venter, San Bernardino, San Lsda
Obispo. Monterey. Tehama. Lake and counties not
, say l,50;-.i'i'i. making tbe total above
Kt. Cbahb. tbe English lock maker, in whose locks
ao assay of Ma camelry niea place impliett faith as
a pmlaeeis. aaainst thieve., has lately written a
book in whit he admits that no lock can resbn the
atTr.-ti af acrompllsbed thieves, and extols the small
terrier da trrth a shaip bark a the bast possible
; teu-f tars. -
Tbe peeeal aard firtory at Springfield is bow mak
ja xtaili as" law a, pallatn t tbe rat of about six
hundred thousand a day. Tbe new card ha a finer
lajlfha tbaa tb. old. wad can be used far copying
with a press. It is heavier than the old aard, but is
I so thur. ugt.iy mat u is tomewnai tnincar.
' ' The Corner, "' has had a delectable bit of
si-ondal upon which to exercise its peculiar
characteristics. The Vasco de Gama arrived
on Sunday, after a delay occasioned by a de
viation from the schedule route, and sailed
again the same evening, taking from our
shores the person whom we have believed to be
W. M. Wallace, he of ice and laundry fame. It
now appears that W. M. Wallace is an alias ;
that V. M. Waterbury is tbc party's true
name ; that the young woman whom he led to
the hymeneal altar on Kauai is not Mrs. Wal
lace, but Mrs. Waterbury number three, the
other two being in the flesh ; one said to be in
Virginia and the other in San Francisco.
We remember the first appearance of Mr.
Wallace, beg pardon, Waterbury, upon our
shores, in the role of an advertising agent, and
an active, buy one he was too. : '
Those bf us who patronoized fhe ice factorv
have occasion to know him as a most inde
fatigable collector ; in fact, as t collector, he
won his brightest laurels. After a time we
knew him as the bustling and enterprising
proprietor of the laundry, and in the prosecu
tion of this industry his name has become as
familiar as " household words " upon our led
gers. But for Watertmry'g neat personal-appearance,
he would "fill out the character of
Jeremy Jliudler to perfection. Wallace, or
Waterbury, was a memtier of very many of our
societies, secret and other, in fact joined every
thing but the church and Sunday School.
With hi energy, errterpriM and application
honestly directed, Wallace or Waterbury
would make a valuable addition to any com-
The significance of the visit of the Prince of
Wales to India is great, whether its bearing
upon the English Government, or the Indian
people, is regarded. In its broadest aspect it
is a recognition, by England, of the fact that
her position in India is less secure than she
would like it to be, and that there is an urgent
necessity for the introduction of some extra
neous influence, to restore the declining loyal
ty of the heterogeneous population under her
rule in the East. Tho Prince of Wales goes
to India as the heir to the British Empire. In
that character ho is to make the tour of tho
provinces, pay and receive visits of ceremony
among the native princes, and endeavor, by
gifts, and flatteries, and attentions, to reani
mate the fainting fealty of Queen Victoria's
Oriental vassals. There is no doubt, another
way by which this end might be attained, and
it is the way which England might have
preferred half a century ago. When loyalty
is weak among the Indian rajahs, the judicious
proximity of an imposing military force has
frequently had the effect of strengthening it ;
and this method has been more effective "since,
in subjugating the warlike Mahrattas, Eng
land showed that there was no native element
capable of coping with her in the field. It
may be said that the stern and swift suppres
sion of the Mutiny in 1857 ought to have set
tled the question of supremacy for a century
or so. Perhaps it would have done so with
any other kind of people, but the natives of
India arc for the most part fatalists, and a
prophecy, whether genuine or forged, has
more influence over them at any time than the
most weighty considerations drawn from prac
tical experience. It ia probable that Russia's
steady advance in Central Asia has had some
thing to do with tho restlessness which, dur
ing the past four or five years, has marked the
condition of the petty rulers of India. The
Oriental mind is quite capable of resting con
tent in even abject submission to a superior
force ; but when a second force comes into the
field, and promises competition with the first,
it is often prone, like Providence,- to CBpouse
the cause of the heaviest battalions. A recog
nition of this tendency has caused the best au
thorities on Indian affairs to view the move
ments of Bussia with far deeper uneasiness
than the outside facta might seem to justify ;
for they have clearly perceived that in the
event ot a collision between England and her
northern rival, and with an even temporary re
verse to the former, halt the region between the
brrders of Afghanistan and the Indian Ocetrn
might rise in revolt. Aa a preventive meas
ure, therefore, this roval journey has been de
cided upon : and it may be said in answer to
every objection raised on the score of expendi
ture, that the outlay, whatever it may be, re
presents an economy to the extent of the dif
ference between the sum total and the cost of
sending and maintaining an additional Indian
army. Whether the Prince's visit will be pro-
j ductive of as permanent and salutary effects as
might be anticipated from a great military
demonstration, remains to be seen. But the
I itep is distinctly one in the line of rrrecantion,
i and, on the whole, it is probably a jndicions
I choice between evils which could not be
I evaded. Sac. Union.
THE IMH!tSI(.n HAVE BEKX AP
POCfTKD by tlie lion. C. C IlAKRls. a4 of tht
Justlcis of Iba -SupiVDie Court, administrators of Ju estate
uf the laic Mjuiuel SiJva of Honolulu, (mJuu. tleceiMeti,
hereby request all person., otvlnff to .ibe esUte to pay the
some without delay, and all persons having claims ag.it nst
the estate to present the same duly aathenUcated within
six mouths or they Wffl be forever barred.
J. S KAAXAANA,
Admhiintrators of the estate of the late Manuel sura.
Waiawa, Kwa, iUec 7, 1575. 67q Jt
Or the Forclosure of Chattel Mortgages
SALE OF MORTGAGED PROPERTY.
WHEREAS, WILLIAM M. WALLACE, Ex-ecut.-d
to C'hnrlen K. lllshop two several Chattel
Mortgages, tlie first dated the 'JCth day of Septetuber. 174,
to secure th payment of fa!, 600 ; the second montrage
dated the 1st day of December, JS7-I, to secure the pay
ment of I l.ooo, and the eoiiditlous of said mortgages hav
iug been brotceij. therefore, by virtue of the power of sale
contained In said several mortgages:
Notice i- hereby given tliat on TI'KSDAY the 23th dav
of Uafr.KM.PKK, Is" j, at the hour of 10 A. M on the Chel
sea laaiindry premises at Rapolania, Honolulu, I sbal! pro
reed to sell at 1'ublic Auction, to the highest bidder for
cash hi band, all the followiug property mentioned and
described lu said mortgages, to wit : 1 drying house and
fixtures, 1 wash house, 1 stable, 'J wagon houses. I coal
bin, tlie division fences, a lot of shelving and partitions.
tbe water piping and attachments, posts and clothes lines
2 copper boilers and furnace, fa unhag furnace, 2 washing
machines, wringers, 1 mangle, 1' polisher, 2 .Inters. 2
water butts aud 2 casks, i: wooden wash tubs and 2 gal
vanized iron tubs, 9 buckets, 12 wash boards, 12 soap kegs,
9 clothes baskets, 2 lengths boss, 12 irotiuig tables, 3 skirt
racks and 4 boards, 1 clothes b.mses, 6 doceu flat Irons aud
1 steamboat Iron, a lut of Ironing blankets and cloths, 1
long benches, a lot of clothes pins, 1 clock, 2 ladders, 1
wneei burrow and sundry to. .Is, 2 express wagons. 2 horses,
2 sets harness, a lot of cushkns, saddles, stable gear and
fixtures, wagon Jack, 1 hay cutter, U feed boxes, l piano
and stool, snd all tbe hous -hold furniture, crockery, coofc
lOff uieimilK, on said premises, I poultry house and fixtores,
also a certain steam engine aud boiler with connections
and fixtures, also a new wash machine built by Ives,
Scovllle A Co., of Oakland, CallfuntU, wltb ail the gearing,
shafting and belting, connected therewith, 2 collar ma
chines, steam pipes and coiiQisctions, together with all ap
paratos whatsoever within and about said Chelsea Ijiundry.
ch Aiti-ivs it, uisiior,
By W. c. Jones, his Attorney.
Honolulu, December 13th, 1875. 570 2t
The Haawaiian Almanac and Annual
CONTAINING INFORMATION PERTAIJf
1NO to these Islands, of Interest to Home or Foreign
Readers. Price AO cento per Copy. Mailed to any
address for 60 cents.
THOS. fl. Tlllt CM.
Publisher, Honolulu ii. I.
CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO !
A 111 Ikmwo Honolulu,
Kandavu, Fiji, and Sydney, N.S. W.
.Jouuei-tliix as Kaiulavu wltb I'onipany'a stetuuer for
V 1 , hl.A.Mi, ft Z., lUKTCUAi-Vli-llfi, aiul luleruieOlttte
On or about the 15th December.
For Prelgbt and. l'aasage, aii.l further lufonuatlon, apply
to II- l v KVilU" CO., Agenta.
For Sydney, N. S. W.
Tbe A. S. N. Cd's Flue Steamship
AYOI Xd XARKIKD MAN OF STEADY
HABI'I'S Dol afraid of work desire a situation In a
place where he can mulct' himself generally nseful. He
would UWe to work on a Hutar Plantation, and has liad
some experfenre iu tbe business. Wages not so much au
object a steady employment.
Address It. C. S.. P. O. Box ICC St 3t
THe Fjcl& Iron
I VI'I U V F. loollt.
WILL SAIL for SYDNEY, N. S. W
On or about Dec. I till.
All freight Intended for Hblpment per Htearuers either to
Salt Francisco or the Colonies will Im received In tl:u
Steamer Warehouse Free of Mum;
Tbe Agents will give a Warehotlse-Rect-lpt for all Mer
chandise, but will not be responsible for loss by lire.
mr For Freight and PitftMure, to t4duey, New
Zealand and .Melbourne, appiv to
Ml C BREWER aV ('-, Agrentn.
IiLT.xxfx 1 raclot.
FOR KOLOA AND WAIMEA I Tiffi
lasted Honolulu, H. 1., L'e-ember U. lfTX
a r. nARRr.
Jimtre of t he -npr-n . tmn.
Attent: J No. K. BilSASD, I . iui 1 lrtt. M t
Si prf.uk roiRT r tub Hawaii a. n
i-!.,Mi-Im I'n lHte. I n the tuntter ..f tbf e (ai
uf Jobn II. Thompson, late of Honoiiiiu. tashu, Irr an it.
te-tiatf. At v hanilx-ra. lyflirf Sir. JtasOrv Harrlav OrtWr
of M-.ni nt petition lsr allowmnev of acevnnla, .ilwaanr.
and dual d.Mribotloii of property.
On reading and riling the petition and arronnts of rharies
T. CuiU-a. K.t-ut r of
late of Honolulu. Oahu, i
alloweil H,9&a 8A, and charges himself wltb SV17S 4. moi
asks that the un may ne esamlne-l and approved, aud
that a final order mav be made uf dlMrlhuiIoi ot tbe pro
perty remaining in his tattoo to tho twai Uiriu eoU
ruui dlrHlanKl&-g him aid his aurvtiea fron ail further
repiiilnilty as nuch Est rutoe.
It Is ordered, that Thursday, tbe Sth day of January. A.
Dl lH7a.t 10 o'clock a. M . bribe Ibe aaal Juubcs. at
chambers. In the Court Hooae. at Honolulu, be aod th
same hereby to appointed au tb tins aaaf pime far bear
ing said petition and account, aad tbai all pcruuna laier
ested may tlieti and there appear and sbuw cauae, if nay
liiey have, wby tne nm -h. u)d not be granted, and may
present evtoncr aa to who are mUUed tu tb autd proper
ty. And that this order, in tbe Eogiiab language, be uab
Itohetlln the Hawaiian (iax tte nowapaprr, printed aod
puhllaliesl In Honolulu, for tbreu sueeuwatve weeks pre.
vtoua in th.- Urne tbvrein appoluted for aaai iMaiuuj
Dated Houolulu, 11. I., this 6lh day of Drcawber. isTS.
CHAHLEH C. HARRI.H.
Jusilce ,f (he Supreme f'l.nrt.
Attest : Jam, E. Rarivauxk Deputy Clara. ae9 Jt
SI PREXG 01RT OF THF lllwill.v
I.sl.ANI-H-ln Probate. In the matter of the Trblbl
of Henry II. Sawyer, late of Watahnte, Oabu. dereaae!.
t. stato. " At Chambers, before Mr. JmUco Harrav Older
of notice of aatttkM for allowance of a nmnii, dtarbarge,
and Dnal dtoiriNarhm of propetre.
On reading atid tiling tht
T. t.ultck, Ki. cu tor of tb
of WMbtbole. (.lahti. dereu
f; toy PAj and charges btat
tbe same may be exam&ii
order may be raade of tiki
log In his hands to the pt
charging him and his su,
billty as aucli Rseeutor.
It to onlered, that Thursday, the '.th tav of January, A.
I isTs, ai 10 o'clock -A. X, before tbe maj Juattre. at
( ham hers. In the Coort House, at HniMiraiu, be aud ttva
same hereby to appadnted aa the tune and place for bawrina
Mud petition and accounts, and tbat all persons Interetvuxl
may tbu and then? appear and ibow rsuip. If amy itaey
have, why the same ahould not be granted, and may pre-H-nt
evidence as to who are entitled to the said property
And that tittoortler Iu the Hawaiiau ami Ktmltah tonu.,
be publtohed in tbe Hawaiian Oaiette and K i .
papers printed and puhitadied in Honolulu, for three uur
cewdve weeks previous to tbe lUuv therein appointed tot
Dated at Honolulu, U. I., this '.tb duv of Jh - -n. r, ISTa.
CHAHI.K.H i MAltVtlM,
Justice of Ute Supreme Court.
Attest: J no. E. II.rnaRD, Ihputy Clerk. Wj it
IN THE MATTER OF TUB KATATRmF MA
TILDA RCKART, late of San Prauctoco. Caflfori.tn r.
s. A., and foroierly of Honolulu. Uawauaa lalmods, m
I hereby notify all tbe ni of kb of tfte saal smmPs
anil ail penMins tntereate-il hi tbe mI ratan. that ua tbo
l.ith November. IS7.S. I wiu appointed ipeclai aImliilatra
tor of the said estate, by the Supreme t ..urtof ibe Hawa
ii, hi Islands, -sitting In Probate, and duly juaiiiled to act as
such Mlinlrttotrator. Ill log an approve.1 hond snd taking
out letters of admmtoUalku.
P. C. JON BR, Ja.
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands, 34th November, h: .
..ii ami "unt--. if i
Iio l.l.l ;s. MAJHTER-
WIU have regular illpau-h fur tbe above named Ports,
no and after the 5th of November next, until further notice
Freight and Passage taken at the lowest Rates.
Ml UOLLEH A CO., Agents.
IS NOW LANDING
IN SPLENDID ORDER,
IllKHAM, : I 1 t MVSII.ll.
I Mll lldl.M!)
IISTKA PHI of the .".U
Honolulu Oahu, deceased, hen
having claims against said eatat
all persons owing the estate to
lay. Arsons having property b
riueated to give notice of tin same.
Illln, OrtoherJlh 17.1
of Um late WIM.IAM
, II. I., lately radlng in
f riUesta all perauns
In pr-eiii.t the aoi and
iy the sama wlHvuit de
imng to this estate are
Circuit of Kauai
Wednesj-lay. lec 2Cd, 5 p m
Momlay, Dec 2712, & p m. ,.
QO When there are no cattle to land at Moalaea Bay,
ao eiTort will be mads to reach tlnnololu Satunlay e. h.
Cfjr On Down Trips the Stamer will not leave Kaajiialn
until 9 A. M , or later ; Makena until s a. m. ur later ; and
Maalaea Bay until 9 a.m. or later, without due ammo of
any change being given.
It t ca of PanKaee will be)
fHlHE i M)KH.Sl. KD IIt:RERY ii
JL TICK to all peisuns. that on th 0
ber, A. D. 18" i, lettars testamentary It
N H.i il.Ki.i , Lite of Lalntlua. lalan.
testate, were Issued to them by tlie Hon. A. Fornander.
' Circuit Judge of the JndJudirial latstrtct, II. I. In Probate.
; ami having rjuallOed theoiselves by giving, tbe proper
I bond, they do beTeby request all perwuis bavins; flat ma
aatahist tbe said eatattt to present tno name, duly autbeiiu-
v ..vc-, su r ia, ..HiitsiiTi.ia. unr a uali- wi rirruior-, a.
Utbalna. Maul, within nix month from the day oft
tiou of this notice, and all persons owing debts lo tbe i
estate are hereuy rrTieited to make immediate payment
tuereof to fcln Nanaolehia arbreaald.
It I A NAIIA' 'LKLl'A.
Sn PANK KKKKf, loKilAM
PARLOR ORGANS !
PER SHIP ' CEYLON,'
SCfll FABLDB BiEiS!
TtM-"1 j?TaSarn"---' . . , '.AaVPsaanaa.
Prints, White Cottons, Ore Shirting,
Denims, Blankets, Tweeds, Mualins,
Vtlret Rags, Saddles,
Pilot Jackets and Trowsers, Fancy Skirtl,
Ladies Hata, Mosquito Nets.
Skirting, Counterpanes, Moleskin,
Grenadines, White Drills,
A fine Selection of Wool Shirts,
Fine Laces, Insertions,
Flowers and Fancj Goods,
Billiard Cloth', Austrian Blankets,
Caoeas. Bagging, Bags, Belting,
BASS' ALE, pints &quarts
Blood WoJfe A Co.'t Ale, pint) and quarts ;
Tenncnt's Ale, pints and quarts ;
Tbe celebrated " Pig Brand " Stout,
MarteJl'a, Uennesflaj's aod Robin's Brandy.
Rum, Geneva, Sherry, Dunville'i WbUkejrv
Finest Brands of Champagne,
Moselle and Hook, Lelande'a Claret.
To or from Kannakakal, H olokaL..
To or from I ..u. ..: ., ManL.... .
To or from Maalaea, Maui
To or from Makena, Maul ,
To or Trom Mahukona, Hawaii
To or from Kawalbae, Hawaii
To or from Kallua. Hawaii
To or from Kaawaloa, Hawaii
To or from Hllo, Hawaii
Tn or from Kau Coast. Hawaii
Circuit of Hawaii, Round Trlpa. ,
To or from any Iort on Kauai
Circuit of Kauai, Round Trip
Dec passage for natives oolj
1 -' .
Marshal's Sale !
BY TIKTIE OF A WKfT OF FXt i l Tlot
Issued out of the Suprome uurt ut Law and Kuuitr.
in ivur.ii ii. I.. jmrKjmta, piairui.T, tor
H 1 -U at H. ill. Dial
aa-alnnt r . U. Ilank-n, f.-ndaj
sluUl exprsie for Rale on Vedm
cumber, at 13 nooo. at the (
Walm-s. Island ut Hawaii, all I
of said lefrndant in and to th
uni .t : ,
I have levUd on and
ijr, the J3d flay of Ih
t House la Ibe town of
rtsiht. title and Interr-.t
ng properv, vis. :
No Creillt fur PtvtMAffe Houer. -
Tlckels at tbe office only.
No berth will be considered as taken until paid tct, Sot
responsible for anmarked Iitacaajre or any Frvicbt or Par
cels unless receipted for.
Freight Money Due on Demand.
ttr An effort will be made to have Ibe Hteamer reach
Uooololu on the evealna; of the same day she leaves Maul.
VMl ?:'. WII.UKR, .Ifeota
ORlce with Wilder A Co.. corner of Fort t Queen Htreets
DISPATCH LiNEFOf.flN FRANCISCO
C. Brewer A. Co. -Agents.
MeT(-liandtie r.-cri-.I Slomce Free aad
I tieri earn sdvaurf made im itiipinrntii i.y tin- line,
Ml-ly C BRCW1.S CO.
Z ksa b-d!n-(aO, I foLllns imbtm, 1 lamp
1 wriiiua; tahle, I Japan cabinet, 1 lounge, 1 meal h- it, 1
rMk stove and flxlrttrs. I parlor store, J chairs, I II ran. 1
Il tubs, t U..kli. (lane. 7 eese. 1 1
Also. In toe aanit- niti
pose fur sale, on Fridai
at 12 noon, at the t our
Hawaii, all the right, tl
ant In and to too full
I aaWl RIM upon and shaU-x-
tin .lay of l-erember ISTS,
In .Virtu Koltaia, lalaod -f
tntereat of the said defend
liwrtbad prfpvftT. ; 1
1 Kua Utuiitft. and piltow. l
raking .-hu.r, S small rhaJrs, l niund tahle, l koa ttble. I
wushstaiid, 2 clocks. 1 spiral bowls. I tmtter fsm, J amlea,
1 sword, 3 lanterns, 1 ptne table, 1 corn milla. I grtfiaamas.
I Jack arrew, 1 nla salt, 1 round ranaiea. J saceva, tea.
cups, 5 ramblera, I waafc bowls. I aUver furka, S yTHns, 1
knife, IJ fork , 1 5 knives, ox rhaiiis, i medlHne cbest.2 LJb-t
clauses, l plalleff. I tea pid. I pee oJ eMh, I set uf Mart,
smith's tool, 4 lot of rarpenter s tools, I baa: wed. 1 pleat,
I saddle. T nlnrMM. 1 sttrvr, 1 tub, t wirod mill. I tjurw ptnw,
1 plow points, 2 yokea, I keg nails, 13 tin pans. 3 earthen
pans, 1 water bottles, 2 gtaas Lamps, 1 in m biers, I amaU
sugar mil, 1 wool prem 12 water ranks. I sugar mill.
Also, ail tb- rutin. tUie ami muf wt of sal.! l.fTiiaat .u
and to a certahi Ifaaehuid Uii-reat of aald dafandaut for
and dming the nr of ont- Henry rthristiar.sen. In and ta UM
lots of .and descrird in Ilnyai Paienla, ta :H J.
gaaj, situaul in Kohala, Island of Hawaii, w
in u-rest waa aaaaaaag Wf aaaj L-lndaay, to taakl defen lant
and cacorded with Honolulu deada la book M. page 24,
being the same assigned to aald ( nrlmiaoaea by aa Aa
dreseft, by deed on record In baofl 12. nag ajs. wad by
, sai'i i.nrisuansen to satu Anureatn, by (lead incoriand m
1 "M " "-...a. . Aod also all tbe ria-ht. title ami latrr--.t nt sefct
: ant In ;i'l lit a eertait. D.r'-H ..f land at
.. BFOnor ... WW .,.(. JM. ' " ' - . . m .11 SR.
ra..,.LI. .r,...n,.nt. r.n .1.... I- IHD Als-, all tl.- rlxriL OU and Inlerat or aU
mad. for. torsg. snd. Iiiptn.nt of Oil, Bone, Wool, llld-satid na.l or alUf, mors or U-sa. aut .omlrj
NEW JUBILEE ORGAN.
PARTIES IX W.VXT OF A MI L IXSTRl
ment. At Reasonables Rates 1
win do well to choose from this lot ; those -old before
hare given satisfaction.
SIB SALE BY
CASTLE St COOKE,
RESIDFMS OF nnVO.
Vl!:ln Fri-nds and traaffers orall ar
eordlallr Invited to attend Public Worship at FORT ST.
CHL'KCH, where ten-Ices are held every Sabbath at It
o'clock A. a., .nd Tt, p. M. Seat are provided for at 1
woo mar be pteasjed to attend. There is a Wednesday
evening- Prayer Meeting- at X o'clock, In tbe Lector
Boom, to which all arc welcome. 124 Iy
WHITE LEAD AND ZINC,
Black and Greea Faint,
Boiled Oil, Machine Oil,
GOSNELL'S PERFUMES, BRUSHES,
JAMS AND JELLIES,
TWO COTTAGE PIANO FORTES,
Hoop Iron. Corrugated Iron.
Liverpool Salt, Manila Rope, Fence Wire,
Galvanised Ware, Uolloi
other Merchandise to
other Eastern Ports.
Bedford. Boston, New Turk sod
Cash Advance, mil..
C. BREWER CO.
ral hat vest desirable dwellum
T'nlcss aald lut(sient. Loter-TW. coats, and mr fr, aod
r-imizuaaiorui be prevtoeMy paid.
W. a PABKC Iferabal.
Per his Deputy. L Sevcranee. atMrtaT at lUwaA
Rnnolniu. Ii--.-m.r . 1T7S. S4a-at
58-2m TBEO. H. DAVIE-.
25,000 China Bricks.
EXTRA WZE. WILI. LAY ABOCT 80 PES
cent more than California brie, received per hark
K.Ik, aod for sale by
May ii, lsii.
A V D
PrsmLscs. No ISO Nuoanu Avanne. cnntalnlnc r-a-
lnrs. dining room, bedroom, dressing ruooi , I .hias, and
clothes closets on first floor. baa. meat under all : tlirf.
moms on second floor, kltct-en and pantry connected, also
with basement beneath, bathing ami waahmnm , carrLag.
hous. stable, fowl boose, Ac, lu ord-r. Apply to
Aug io, u; tf J. u. wood.
ALSO the cottage and premise, adjoining, wltb at
rooms, kitchen, bathroom, serv.ns room, stare room,
table, aod carriage boas.
the hoi m: I.S.TEI.T orcrriED
by Mr. H. M. Carter. -Jtnated at tlie corner of Palace
walk and Punchbowl Ht. Pc-Meaaloo gl en Imme
diately. Apply at tlse
4S Im MARSHAL'S OKPJCK.
For Sale or Tor Lease.
A HAXDHOHE COTTAUE PLEANATT-
located, with garden. Ac., containing parmr. thre
Irftoms, two closets, dining room, kitchen aad
pantry, bathroom, servants house, carnage boos, aad
stable, all very convenient, and In perfect order. Apply to
Ml tf HUUO MT.k.M JK.N WA LI,. M L.
For the Ladies.
TJJT.T AID rtSIIIOMBl.t: HTH.IA op
A.SI Plain. Legal, and Red w,te Paper and Envei p.,
Square. Baronial, Coort, Fancy, Colored, Ac, lo boxes or
without- Among the new styles, ef which I have twelve
varieties, will be found :
Imperial. Coort, Alexander, Washington. Arlington,
Diamond, Ac., In boxea from 50c. to f 1,50 per box.
Notice of Dissolution of PaitnerslHp.
lag. uader th llcm. name nt VI.I.KW a II HJ-I.t...
WIJKTII, doing busln.-, at Kawa.mve, aland I'awatt.
un a frailer, at Kshua, is hereiv iflsaolved bv i
For the Children.
Then are three styles of small Note Paper and Envel
opes Cb Bfjoo, Prince of Wales, and Crrwn Prince.
These new style are all tb fashion. For ease by
WO Iso H. M. WHITNEY.
California Oat-Hay I
REI'EI VEI PER - HI RRAT" meed IAEf
BELLE ROBERTU." For al by
Ml- BOLL KB A CO.
W. F. Allen wUI pay all deb, do. by tbe aM area, aad
-.e-117 aerne uiumrum u, c.lieel sil ,
arm. w. r. AUen will carry on the
stand m has own acconL
KawiTia. rfawall. flee. 2.1, ItrrS. im las
LL PEaWtl IIAVIi LAIWUA'i.IN-T
ue r-atau or the late Henry i'rodTga-u. . f llo.n
are berebv r-'i-ilr'-l u, dipmii their .iim. ml .
tbeoUc.teil. with proper rtwleer. If any .xsst. k. la- a.
d-rslgn.-d or one of them, within mojtta from lb. day of
piinucaiion or iiu noace -itberwue they will
barred. DANIF.L OMITB. I .
eS-t W. L. HRKK.V. f "
More Lime !
BOLE. AV HIVE BBC
" Murray - and M. B. aTilirss.
300 Barrel Beist CaliroraU
Which will ke sold at tb. lowast prices la otauf
we will not be l- ftDHRJWJLD In this article
CalUoraJa Patataes and Oatoi
A srnull tli
stily ncerved per ta.
For isale by
agcxBs a co
WFiSm9m T" factoit or lvaria
-aa. avabnaar 41 CO.,
of two doxen
can. For sale low By
wosfrroa. p., Cwas. a
TO. aad two sssaa
i ttt) aotxxs a co.
fi st ret cited raax lovms a lat
of.tephen'. HLAfK WmTIXII I at. ta. Mat rr-nr
a. a. warnrxT.
offered hi tb. marks.