Newspaper Page Text
tJOVERjrjIEST I.ASD AT AtTCTIOJf.
Od Saturday, the EUi day cf September next, at 12
n'clork uoon, at the ft out entrance of Alliolanl Hale, will
be mm at public Auction the land known as Haakoa,"
itoat la the D'strict of Huo, If Una of IIinilL The land
contain! CJ 1-10 acres more or less. Tlptet price JS00.
3. JIOTTfJltrrH. Minister of the Interior.
Interior Offlce, Ang 27, JB77. W9
STEAMEB L1KELIKE FOB SALE.
rropowds for purchase of the new STKAMER LIKE-LICK
will he received at the Interior Department up to
THURSDAY, the eth of ept, at IS o'clock. M,
No proposal will be entertained for a sam leu than the
actual cost of the bteamer, say (97,000.
The proposal moat also Include an offer for the STEAM
EP. KILAITEA aasbe stands, at a sum not leu than WOO.
The proposal most aUo include a stipulation to run the
lakelike In Hawaiian Waters under a contract with the
Government aocordtnc to the provisions and conditions
t forth Id Chapter Zt of the Session Laws of 1S7G.
The Government does not bind Itself to accept the Llgh.
eator any proposal which mar be made,
J. II on Smith,
Interior Office, Minister ol Interior.
AUfuit list, 1377. 1
TAX COLLECTORS TOB 1877.
The foaowizc persons hsvebeen commissioned as Tax
rolleiors, under Jbe provisions of Section 600 of the
Honolnln . ........ Geo. XL Luce
Ewa and U'aUnae.... ......... ....Henry A. Kahanu
Koolaupoko 3. U. Kiwalnul
IWo .. . ....... . ....J.W. Eeajmatanl
2nna ... . IX Masnakane
Kan ..".I.. ..'.T"'".'".'"..y.'...W-T- Martin
H. Kona..... v.r ...... H. Uanaie
27. Kona Makalnai
S.Kohala J. W. KeohokU
.K. Kohala O. K.
Uai&akua 3. W. Mills
LaUatna 3,0. Kawehe
VaUukn U Aholo
Slakwao J. A.Nabstu
liana.. P. Kamal
JtXoIultal tnd XaqrI J. A"Kaukau
HanaleU J. Wana
Anabola. ....... ..... . Eapapalehua
LIhue p. r. pohlula
Koloa .-... .. J. Kauai
Walmea. P. ralekaluhl
Xllhau ...... ... A. Kahale
J. il. KAPKXA, Minister of Finance.
Treasury Department, bept. 4,1877. AGO
Orriaax. notice has this day been received at this Department,
that during; the absence of tier Britannic Majesty's
Commissioner and Consul General, the arl of
Derby has authorized Theo. It, Davles, Esquire, to act as
British Consul General. J MOTT SallTn,
Minister of Foreign Affairs ad Interim.
Department of Foreign N ffalrs, I
Honolulu, August 27, 1K7. f CM St
MR. J. D. Havocost has been appointed by the Board
nf Education, School Agent for the District of Makauao,
Island oJliauL. V.'. JAS. SMJTU, secretary.
Evocation OSce, Alliolanl Hale, Auk. 22, 1S77. 59
Mb. D. D. Biuiwxn has been appointed by the Board
of Education, Curator of the National Museum.
V. JAS. EMIIII, Secretary.
Xducatlon OSice, Alliolanl Hale, Aug. 22, 1S77. ei
Guardians, Administrators, Executors, and other Trustees
havinc trust funds to Invest, are hereby notified that
Hawaiian Treasury Rows of Denomination of 11 CO, (200,
SQ0, 1009, and SOW, bearing Interest of six per cent. jer
3 ear, will be Lamed on application, to a limited extent.
, JOHN M. KAPEXA.
Minister of I lnance.
Finance Department, August 27, 1877. CM
Hawaiian Government Bonds, In denominations of (100,
200, loo, 1000, and (MOO, bearing Interest of seven per
cent, per year, payable lu not less than ten years, may be
bad to a limited amount, until further notice, on application
at the Hawaiian Treasury.
Minister of Finance.
Finance Department, August 27, 1877. 639
IX PERSONS HAVINH IRItHJ ATIO.V
4 Privileges from the Pipes of the Honolulu Water
Es, are hereby notified that the hours for Irrigation
from this date till rurlber notice will be from A to 8
o'clock" A.'M. and from f to 6 o'clock P. M. of each day.
Any Infringement of the above regulation will subject
the offender to a eummary deprivation of his water privL
lege. .ROBERT LISUMAN,
bupL Waterworks, Ac
OOce Honolulu Water Works, Aug. 21,IS77.
Approved: J. MOTT SMITH,
Minister of the Interior. CSS
Mb. Wac surra has this day been appointed an Agent
to take acknowledgments to Contracts for Labor In the
district ct Makawao, Island or Maul, In place of C. K.
Kapule. J. MOTT SMITH,
Interior office. Minister or Inteilor.
August 20th, IS77. 658
Mr. C. BEBTSxauxx has been duly appointed an Agent
to take Acknowledgments to Conveyances, In the District
of Ilanalel, Island ot Kauai, bis Commission to take effect
on the Ut July, 1877. THOMAS BROWN,
Registrar of Conveyances.
Registrar's Office, Aug, 21, 1877,
Approved: J. MOTT SMITH,
Mlnisterof the Interior. 658
Lease of Government Lands at Auction.
On Saturday, the I5th day or August, 1877, at 12 o'clock
noon, at the front entrance of Alliolanl Hale, will be sold
at public aactlon, to the highest bidder, the lease of 10
Apanasol Governmont Land, lying between "Kaao" and
Manawrualua," ITamakna, Hawaii. Upset rental Sixty-fire
dollars ftCS) per annum.
Oar bauirday, 22nd of September, 1877, at the same
time and place will be acid the lease of the Land of
Ka!ibL Oahu, for a term of five yeari. Upset
On Saturday, October th, will tw sold at the same time
and place, the lease for ten years of the tract of land
known as "IIONUAKO IIM,' .belnc the former site of
the old hospital, and containing about one and
a half acres. Upset price (IS.
J. MOTT SMITH, Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Sept. i. 1S77. 6S1
Before Mr. Justice McCallr at the request of Mr.
Auc 29 Lopo Gotuelrez vs. Manuel Gonselvez,
petition for separation. Cue beard; decision to
be delivered ou the 5th Sept.
Wailutu Sugar Company vs. W. C. Parke, administrator
of C. Kaoslna, deceased, lu equity.
Cue heard and submitted, stud the Court took time
to consider of it decision.
Estate of Ho Naone t, deceased. Petition of
Meie Naone Stevens for letters ol admtnlstratloa of
the above estate. The Court deferred its decision
until the 5th Hept in order that the widow may be
Cases for the Covins: Week.
Sept. 5 Estate of Kcatna, deceased, order
to show cause,
7th Kuiwcls vs. Burgess, equity.
Sth Eslato of Kaheklli, deceased, appointment
of new administrator.
KanikaDnl ts. P. Xaone, appeal to Oihn Court.
Beuciqcs Szctice. A service was held in the
circus-tent on the Esplanade on Snudsy evening
under the auspices of the Toung Men'a Christian
Association of this city, for the benefit of the multitudes
who seldom or never go to church. The
tent was cronded before the time for the commencement
ol the service, with an audience -of
fire or six hundred and numbers were compelled
to torn away. We noticed but a email proportion
of the members oi the various church 'congregations
of the place, in the assemblage, which
consisted cbleSy of that part ot the population
Tb.o are leatt subject to religious influences. The
singing was accompanied by the music of the
band, and vas spirited and hearty. Short but
earnest addresses were made by sereral gentlemen,
which were listened to with unusual attention.
We hope to see a frequent repetition of
asMto! rfit SfaaacM
AX INDEPENDENT JOUnslL,
DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PROGRESS.
rOBLISHEI) AND EDITED BY
HEX It Y M. WHITNEY.
WfiDNESDAV. SEPTEMBER 5. 1877.
Tiik Government Water-works have been
snfiering from their regular Mid-Summer indisposition.
An exhaustive diagnosis has
been attempted, with what conclusions we do
not know. We arc painfully aware, however,
that the works are regarded "by tho authorities
as in a critical state for, with other of our fellow
citizens we have been put on short allowance
in the use of water, and more than this, a
vigilant, faithful and impertinent policeman
skulks about our premises night and day to
prevent us from taking onr above mentioned
allowance for watering the thirsty plants,
when it is most convenient to us. Besidcnts
must water theirgardens and lawns within the
limits fixed by the government mandate or not
at all; if they transgress, the
department of public order, sees, and discusses
excluding tho transgressors Irom water
privileges. The consequence of thus compelling
all to irrigate at the same time is to divide
and weaken the quantity and force of the
water for the time being, to such an extent,
that no one has a satisfactory supply. The
Government should know that this state of
things is unreasonable. The public pay liberally
for water and are entitled to a reasonable
supply whenever they choose to tako it.
We are not aware that the Government have
any excuse; they are bound to supply water
or else diminish or remit the rates. It is not
for us to tell them how or where to get it,
that is their responsibility and the performance
of this dnty, among other things, is what
they are paid for.
Snppose that this annual insufficiency
should be allowed to increaso; it is disagreeable
to picture our possible hurai'.jtting experience;
the public put on water rations like men
on a Bhip in distress ; proclamations in the
authority column that until further notice the
hours for bathing will be from 5 to 0 A. M.
and from 0 to 7 P. M. of each day ; or that no
one shall drink more than one glass of water
at each meal, aird one glass midway between
meals ;,t'.ien the inevitable policeman hanging
around to'report infringements.
There are other requirements of the water
supply that we might dwell upon in this connection,
purity for instance; but we must have
water before we can criticise its qualities ; we
don't mind swallowing a macerated shrimp
now and then, if we only havo water enough
to wash it do wn promptly ; neither do we object
to drinking small fresh water shells occasionally,
only we prefer that there should not be
more shells than water.
Tlie French Klectlorm,
No event short of actual revolution could
possess more interest to tho French people
than the new election for members of the
Lower House, as upon tho result will in a
large measure depend the destiny of the Be
public. President MaeMahon has several
times recently given assurance that he desires
no disturbance of the existing order of things,
but his official acts are not at all calculated to
inspire assurance of his sincerity. Acting in
conjunction with him, although entertaining
different ambitions, are tho three royal factious,
the leader of which hoping that affairs
may bo fall out as to favor his kingly aspirations.
They have all been industrious in tho
effort to divert the affections of tho people from
the Government, but tho people surely havo
BcnBO enough to understand that a chango
would most likely precipitate anarchy, and
retard that remarkablo prosperity which, since
the close of the Franco-German war, has been
the pride and glory of the nation. It is a
flattering sign that the Eepublicans are confident
of success in tho election. M. Thiers is
a tower of strength, whose words of cheer
havo been frequent of late, and will not be
lost uixrn the voters. That they may stand
firm to him in this critical period will be the
earnest aspiration of all lovers of free constitutions.
The rates of interest current in all tho
monetary centers of the world (says a San
Francisco paper) are astouishingly low. In
the face of a great war raging in Europo,
which threatens to draw into its vortex other
nations than tho two immediately engaged,
the Bank of England has reduced its rate of
discount from 3 to 1A per cent, per annum.
The accumulation of specie in tho Bank of
Franco is unprecedented in tho history of
banking, and the rate of interest is almost
nominal. In New York call loans are obtainable
ou good security at 2 per ceut. per annum,
and San Francisco capitalists have lately
made large investments in the United States
yz per cent, loan, paying a "premium for the
bonds. Yet, while money is so cheap and is
making bo small a return to its possessors,
trade throughout the world is languishing,
and there are probably fewer fresh undertak
ings in progress than at any period during the
last ten years. The phenomenon is only to be
explained by the universal distrust which has
taken hold of the minds of investors. Tho
losses which they have met with by the default
in payment of interest by governments,
the utterly reckless manner in which railroad
directors havo handled the funds intrusted to
their care, and the general dishonesty which,
unfortunately, has characterized the management
of too many corporate undertakings during
the past few years, have driven moneyed
men to adopt a policy which is of as little advantage
to themselves as it is to humanity. The
stream of wealth which must irrigate countless
fields of industry is dammed. Capital
shrinks from taking labor by tho hand and
working with it for tho common good, but
stands aloof in sullen discontent, and money
is abundant while employment is scirce.
The IVew Polar Expedition.
It is generally conceded that Captain
plan offers the likeliest solution of the
prohlemTlow to get to the Ubrth Polo. This
plan is to colonizo and provision a party as
near the Polo us can be got at a first attempt,
and there to inure them to the rigors of an
Arctic Winter. When they are acclimated
they will be relieved by a fresh relay and sent
on further, until, in a remarkably open season,
there is a chance that the most advanced
and acclimated party may push on to the
Pole. The New York World alleges that there
is a faint trace of plagiarism about this plan,
it having the appearance of being modelled
upoathe conduct of the legendary Irishmen
who "was annoyed by the howling of a dog in
the. snow underneath his window. Being
subsequently detected, mostly devoid of raiment,
up to his knees in the 6now, and grasp
ing with his hands o.f ice the muzzle and tail
of the dog, and asked what he was doing
there, he answered, as promptly as his
would let him, that ho was trying to
" freeze tire beast to death." Captain How-gate's
plan of matching human endurance,
properly acclimated, against the secular reserve
of tho North Polo is tho arranging of an
unequal contest. Tho same paper says of it :
We have never heard tho issue of the contest
of the acclimated Irishman with the polar
dog, nor whether he becamo inured to the
rigors of an Arctic Winter before he concluded
that he would waste no more time on a cur
which was entirely beneath his notice. He
may have sneceeded in freezing 'the beast to
death( and Captain Howgate may succeed in
reaching the Pole. At all events, his plan
seems more sensiblo than any previous plan
for attaining the same end.
Ot Board Steaxer Likeliee, Aug. 30.
It may be safely stated that no steamer ever left
Honolulu, in the inter-island service, with a larger
number of passengers than were on this vessel when
she started on the 27th for Maui and Hawaii. She
had over 409 passengers, and, including her officers
and crew, there eould not have been less than 440
souls. I cannot now recall the largest number taten
by the "Sea Bird," " West Point," or " Akamai,"
twenty years ago, bat it was probably much less.
One who has not witnessed the scene cannot readily
imagine where so many found a resting place ; but
they all seemed to, some sitting, some lying down,
anil all packed around like sardines in a tin. Just
think of one hundred cabin passengers, in a steamer
provided with forty or fifty berths, and ail comfort
ably accommodated, with not a complaint irom any
onel And just here is where the convenient after
main deck with its hurricane deck covering and side
awnings eomes into use. In ordinary weather it
affords the best and coolest sleeping place for ladies
2.s5 a. m. is a very iQconvenfent hour to be re
mindod by the steamer's whistle that passengers for
Lahaina must wake up and leave. Yet it must be
so as long as Lahaina is located eight hours from
Honolulu. Some fifty passengers went ashore here,
but their places were taken by the same number desirous
of going on to Hawaii, Six o'clock a. in.
found us at Maalaea Bay, and eleven o'clock at
Landing, at both of which places considerable
freight and passengers wero moved off and on, with
hardly any perceptible diminution in the numbers
left on board.
It was 3:30 on Wednesday evening before the
steamer reached Ullu harbor, owing to delays at way
stations ou account of freight and passengers. For
instance, the detention at Lahaina was two and a
half hours ; at Maalaea Bay nod Makce's each four
hours; Kawaihae seven hours; Mahukona four
hours ; Ookala (F. Spencer's plantation) half an
hour ; and at Laupahoehoe one hour, a total of
twenty three out of the fifty-one hours between Honolulu
and Uilo. In other words, the time occupied in
steaming between the two ports was twenty-eight
hours, and that lost in landing cargo and passengers
A steamer cannot and ought not to be required to
spend half her time io detentions, with full steam up.
This loss of time and heavy expense can be largely
reduced by co-operation on the part of planters and
merchants at the way stations, in this manner : By
providing at each landiog a suitable covered scow or
whale boats to receive all freight from the steamer
alongside the vessel, and receipt for it as delivered
there. In this way the detentions need never exceed
half an hour, or an hour at the most. If some such
arrangement as this is not entereJ into it is certain
that the steamer can only take cargo fur such placos
as cause no delay. It may be answered that it will
be a heavy expense to the consignee. Very true,
but whatever the expense may be it will nut bo so
great as the cost of fuel and time of the steamer.
This expense may be shared by a charge for
as Is customary in many ports.
A false alarm occurred on board the steamer on
Tuesday evening, while crossing the Hawaii channel.
About seven o'c'.ock, just as most of the natives had
snugly stowed themselves away for the night, an
alarm of firo was sounded from the forward bold.
Instantly the crowded decks were alive with commotion
and excitement, many jumping to their feet and
inquiring what was the matter. It proved to be not
a fire, but an accident to a Chinaman in the
caused by an Iron safe falling over on to him,
which broke his leg, making an ugly compound
of tho hones below the knee. A physician was
on board, as passenger, but having no facilities for
treating the wound, beyond bandaging and cold
water applications, nothing could be done for him
before the steamer's arrival at Hilo, where Dr. C.
II. Wetmore set the fractured leg. A subscription
was taken up among the passengers for the poor
man, headed with ten dollars each from Her Majesty
the Queen and S. O. Wilder, Esq., as agent for the
steamer, tho whole amounting to $17.40. He was
one of tho newly-arrived laborers from tjan
and the effect of this small charity cannot be
else than salutary on bim and his countrymen here.
The boat throughout the trip has been as comfortable
as the most exacting persons could wish fur.
Ehe is none too large for the service which she is
called upon to perform. The agent, who Is now on
board. Is endeavoring to introduca reforms in the
habits of tho passengers, both deck and ealoon : but
so long as there are men who will get into their berths
with their dirty boots on, what can bo expected.
Passengers should bear in mind that they ean assist
in this matter, and that, nnless they do assist, ail
efforts of the officers can not keep the boat in such
condition as she may and should bo kept. No smoking
is now allowed "abft the engine," as is the rule
on board of all steamers. The hold of the steamer,
where combustible materials are always lying around
loose, ought also to be tabued to smoking. The lives
of several hundred people and a ship worth one hundred
thousand dollars, are of too much value to be
risked by a match or a pipe. Had tho alarm on
Tuesday night been a real one, it might have been
the last heard of this fine ship and the 400 passengers
on her. n. x. w.
tSyThe followlnt; Item, clipped from an English
paper, shows what an odd custom they have in the
old country, of reckoning passengers : Tho barquel
Dcoiusn iiara, bid tons, Uaptatu D. Kerr, sailed
from Graresend on tbe 18th Inst, bound fur Queensland,
having on board 253 souls, equal to 235 adults
consisting of ninety single men, sixty-one sliigle
women, fifty-four married people, forty children
between the ages ol twelve and one, snd seven
Hilton and SELiaMax. Kev. n. W. ikecber, In
his rccvut sermon on religious proscription, delivered
in Brooklyn, bore tbe following personal
testimony to the Jew banker who la excluded by
Mr. Hilton's order from the Grand Union Hotel at
Saratoga: "I have had a long acquaintance with
the gentleman who has been brought into such unpleasant
connection with this flair, Mr. 8eligman.
I bear testimony that during' all this time bis behavior
has not only been vthat we might expect
from a Christian gcntlsmari, but otten even such as
to put the behavior ol Tmost Christian gentlemen to
shame, I have met ilrl Seligman in repeated seasons
at the Twin Mountain House, and In general
assistance for benevolent undertakings, in the successful
organizing andlitlplng of prayer meetings,
or in whatever volunteer service might be needed,
be has been one or my deacons. Beyond tbe restrictions
necessarily imposed by his own religion,
I suppose no.man could show himself nnre tolerantly
courteous. When, then, I beard this unjust
insult cast upon him, it did not seem to me that
there was another man in New York toward whom
it would have appeared to me more uncalled for
COUItT OF TI1E HAVfAIIAX
Islands, October Term A. D. 1377.
In the matter of the petition of David Ealakaaa, Lydla
K. Domtnls, J. O. Domlnls, her husband, it U Cleghora
and A. S GTtffborD, her husband, to qnlet UU lu certain
lands claimed by rich or Inheritance. Before If r. Justice
On reading and Silas; the petition or David Kalakaua,
Lydla K. Domlnls, J. O- Domlnls. her husband, M. L.
Cleghora and A. u. Clegborn, her husband, of Honolulu,
Island or Oahu, claiming title by rlgtit or inheritance In
fee of certain lands In the Hawaiian Islands, being ue
lands described lu the petitions herein and bvlouging to L.
Kanalna, who died intestate at Honolulu, Island or Oahu,
about the day of February, in the year 1377, and praying
for to claimants snd for a decree adjudging
the same to David Kalatatta. Lvdla K. Domlnls, wire of J.
O. Domlnls. an J M. L. Clrghorn, wire of A. 8. Clrghorn,
to be entitled to said lands lu whole or in part.
It Is ordered that Wednesday, the 17th day or October,
18", be and is brreby for bearing said petition
betore said Jnstlce of the Suprcrce Court, at the next
regular termof the Supreme Court, In banco, at tb Court
House In Honolulu, at which time and place all persons
coucemed may appear and shjw caur. If any they have,
why the said peUtlon should not be granted, and that this
notice be published in Bouolutu In tho Kugilsh aud Hawaiian
languages. In the Hawaiian Queue, a newspsper
pubUshed in tbe English language, and the Kuokoa, a
newspaper published In ibe HawidUn language, for not
leas tuou three weeks before the first day of the said term
of the Supreme Court.
Dated llouolulu, U. I., be ptember 4, 1877.
Justice tjupreme Court.
Cecil Brown, attorney.
Attest: Jno. E. Barnard, Clerk. C04t
SUPREME COUItT or THE HAWAIIAN
Islands. In Probate. Order or notice of petition for
In tbe rsuie of His Royal Highness William Pitt
late-of Honoulu, dedeased, intestate.
Before Mr. Justice MoCuUy.
On reading and tiling the petition of Iter Hlgnnf ss Bnta
KeelUotanl, of Honolulu, alleging that bli said Itoyal
Highness William II u Lelelohoko died Intestate at
Inlu.on tbe lotbdayof April A. D 1877, aud praying that
Letters oi Administration issue to the Honorable blnion
It Is ordered that.Wedncsday, the Mth day of September
A. D. Id;?, at 10 o'clock a. m., be and hereby Is appointed
for hearing said petition before the said Justice.
In the Court Uoou of this Court, at Hoaololu. at which
time 'and place ailtpersdns concerned may appearand
show cau&p. If any they have, why said petltlun should
not be grauted, and that this order be published In the
Kngllsh and Hawnl!an languages for three successive
weeks In the Hawaiian Gazette and Kuokoa newspapers
in Honolulu. t
Dated Honolulu. II. 1 , 4 th day or Sept. A. D. 1377.
Justice Supreme Court.
Edward Preston, attorney.
Attest: Jno. K. Barnard, Clerk. CC03t
COUItT OP TIIE FOURTH JUDICIAL
Kauai, s.3, August Term A. D. IS77.
Emale Kalo w. va J. W Ksio 1c, decree of divorce.
On the above entitled decree of divorce, it Is now ordered
that a decree of divorce from the hoods of matrimony
be entered in favor of the said Emale w, for the
cause of tbe said Kaio a, having the lenrosr an! being Incurable
to be made absolute after tbe expiration of six
months fmm the date of this decree, upon compliance
with the terms thereof, nnless sufficient cause shall appear
to the contrary.
By the Court, THANK BtNDT,
, Clerk Circuit Court 4th Judicial Circuit.
N'aw llwill, Kauai, August 7th, 1S77.
I hereby certify that the foregoing Is a true and faithful
copy of tbe original decree in tne above entitled cause
now on file In tbe Clerk's Offlce of the Circuit Court of tbe
Fourth Judicial Circuit. FRANK BINDT.
C59 Ct Clerk circuit Court 4th Judicial circuit.
COURT Or THE TOURTII JUDICIAL
Kauai, as , August Term, 1877.
Ahluipakelk. libetlant for divorce vs. ItutaAbluw.,
Ou the above entitled libel for divorce it Is now ordered
that a decree of dhorLe from tbe bnii.l of matrimony be
entered In favor of the said A bin, for tbe cause of the desertion
of the said Rita Ahtu, w , to be made absolute
after tbe expiration of six months from the date of this
decree, upon compliance with tbe terms thereof, uulcss
surhclent cause shall appear to tbe contrary;
And Hbellaot bordered to publish an attested copy of
this order in the Government Uazette and Euokoa lor six
successive w ceks ; tlje tirst publication to be within one
month from the date of this order, that all persons Interested
may within six mon ths show cause why said divorce
should not be made absolute.
By the Court, FRANK BINDT,
Clerk Circuit Court 4tb Judicial Circuit.
Nawlliwill, Kauai, august Stb, 1877.
KawlUwill, tugust Sth, 1377.
I hereby cortlfy that the foregoing Is a true and faithful
copy of the original decree In the above entitled cause,
now on file In the clerk's Olllce of the Circuit Court of the
Fourth Judicial Circuit- FRANK BINDT,
CIS Ct Clerk Circuit Court 4th Judicial Circuit.
COUllT OF TI FOURTH JUDI-J
Kauai, s.8 , AugustTerm A. D. 1577.
Kaluna w. libel Ian t for divorce vs. loan! k. Iibellee.
In the above entitled libel for divorce. It Is now ordered
that a decree of divorce from the bond of matrimony be
entered In favor of the enld Kaluna w. for the canse of the
adultery of the said loan! t. to be made absolute alter tbe
expiration of six months from, the date of this decree,
upon compliance with tbe terms thereof, unless sufficient
cause rlinll appear to tbe contrary.
And llbeluuit Is ordered to publish an attested copy of
this order In tbe Government Gazette and Kuokoa for six
successive weeks, the first publication to be within one
month from the date of this order, that all persons Inter,
ested may within t4x months show causa why staid decree
should not be made absolute.
By the Court. FUANK BINDT,
Clerk Circuit Court 4th Judicial Circuit.
N a will will, Kauai, AuxutSt!j, 1S77,
NnvslllwIII. Kauai, August 8th, 1ST".
I hereby certify that the foregoing li a true and faith
ful copy of tbe original decree In tbe above entitled cause,
now on file In tbe CItrt's Offlce ol the Circuit Court of
the Fourth Judicial Circuit. FBNK KINDT,
658 6t plerk Circuit Court 4th Judicial Circuit.
SITPHEME COUItT IN EQUITY A.
Trustee of the Estate of Henry F. Poor,
deceased, vs. W. L'iuctiasa ttood and wife, and 1 V.
Hutchison retitfon for foreclosure.
Supreme Court, Hawaliun Islands.
To v. C. Parke, Esq , Marshal of the Hawaiian Islands,
or his Deputy Greeting :
You are commanded, by orJer ol the Honorable A.
Francis Judd, Justice of the bupreme Court, and Vice
Chancellor, to summon V. IMnehasa Wood. Mary his wife,
and F. W. Hutchison; of Honolulu, defendants, to be and
appear bt fore him, tbeaforesald Justice, at bis Chambers lu
tbe Court House, In tbe City of Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
ou Friday, the Dth day of November next, nt 10 o'clock
A. 51 , to show cause why the prayer of Alexander J.
Oartwriffht. Trustee of the estate of Henry F. roor, deceased,
complainant, should not be granted, pursuant to
the tenor of hU bill of complaint hereto annexed.
And have ou then thero thia writ, with full return of
your proceedings thereon.
Witness the Honorable A. Judd, Justice of the
u s. bupreme Uurt. at Honolulu, this 19th day of
July. A. D. 1S77.
JNO. E. BAUNABD, Clerk.
I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true copy of the
original summons fiUd in the bupreme Court of the
In witness whereof I have hereunto net my hand and
L. a. seal, this 23d day of July, A. D. 1877.
651 3m W. C. PARKE, Marshal.
IS IIKItl'.nY IVEN Hint under
an order of the Hupreme Court made In tbe Estate
or Uanlela, deceased, I stiallSell at Public Auction,
On SATURDAY, - - Sept. 8th,
At 12 o'clock: noon, of that day,
At Vfallcane, Koul&upoko, Island of Oahu, all tbe
right, title and Interest of tbe said Danlela, deceased, or
In and to those certain pieces or j.urcel& orland situate at
Walkane, Koolaupoko, Oahu, and described as follows :
EUma lot me ke ksbuahale. Kumunut. E hoomaka ana
ma ke klhl akaa raauka o kela, pin ana me ke Kalkama a
me ko Kaheana ma ka llhl kae pall, a e bolo ana at 60 50'
hlk iS I kaul me ko Kalkama a hlkl I Koma klbl
hern makal ke klhtfck makal o keh. alalia, hem 37 hlk SO
pauku ma ko KuKal.ua a blkl I ka bau 1 lioallonala X ma
ke Mhl ak mauka o ko Mele w kahuahale, alalia hem 31
but :.6: kanl ma, Ko Mele w, alalia bem7Z0 blk 1.05
kaul ma ko Kamal a blkl I ka aowal, ke klhl bem mauka
0 ko Kamal, alalia bem o' do' blk SS pauku, bem tt kom
1.62 kaul, bem 8S 80 kom 72 pauku ma ka pa klbl a blkl
1 kabanal, alalia ak 51 15' blk 2.30 kaul moku ana ka
a ma ke klhl o kae pall, alalia ak 13 kom 2.03 kaul ma
ka liui pall, a hlktrkektlil bem makal o ko 1'apabu. alalia
ak 1 30' blk 1.13 kaul ma ko iatubu. a ak 7 30' kom 1.-
01 kaul pja ko K'ahcana, ma ka III) I pall a blkl I kabt 1
uittku p. uaiuKo oia apna, n,
ApauaSLlol. Kakaweleole. E hoomaka make klbl
hem' mauka o kela Le klbl bem makal o ko Koma
loV pUi ana me ka alna o puka ae nolo ana ak Su9
kom 2.32 kaul mi ko Koma, alalia ak 71 IV blk
kaul ma ko Kamal Inl. alalia bem 18 4J' blk 2 kaul ma
ko Uanboe a blkl I ko Puka, alalia bem 30 pauku a be 2
Lkaut ma ko Kauhoe a blkl 1 ko Puka, alalia bem 30 patika
a he 6s 15' kom 1.01 kaul, ma ko Puka a blkl I kabl I
Moloko ola apana 26-100 eka, 311 anana.
Apana 3 1 lot, Kokowebtole. Z hoomaka ma keklhl ak
maukao kaapaua 2piU la me ko Koma a. h!ki me kn Kama!,
e bolo ana bem 07 kom 1.02 kaul ma ko Komaablki 1 ko Kauhoe,
alalia ak 2.P 45' kom 2 kaul ma ko Kauhoe, alalia ak
66 15' blk I.H kaul ma ko Puka, alalia bem lt IV blk 2
kaul ma ko Wabalule a me ko Kamal, a hlkl I kabl 1 boo-
maka'i. Aloloko ola apana 21-100 eka, 251 anana.
Also, that certain piece or land, aluiate at Walkane,
aforesaid, and defcrlbed as follows :
Eboomakal keana make klbl bem o kafia Inia, a e bolo
ana ak 37 koiu 2.00 kaul, alalia ak C4 5" blk 1.95 kaul, pill
me kekahoaokahulepale.alalla bem 3t' 45' hit 2.60 kaul,
pill makula o Konohiki, ola ka aoao makal o kela aina,
alalia bem 66 kom 2.07 kaul a blkl I ka hoomaka ana. A
maloko o kela apana alna, 37-100 eka.
Also all tbe Interest of tlie said Daniels, or In and to the
Abupuaa or Walkane, being blssbsre In such land acquired
by deed from M. Olulo aud Kalaeloa.
For farther particulars Inquire of
6.5S St CECIL. SHOWS, Administrator.
yn. wicue, cABixirr hakeb, etc,
has removed to Alakea street, below Hotel street.
Pocket Knives and Gold Fens.
TIIE FISEST ASSOItTMEXT OF GOLD
PEXb, Pen snd Pencil Cases, or new and elecant
patterns, eier seen In Also, Oent's and
Ladles' fine Pocket Cutlers, and a few of those cheap and.
strong Boy's Knives, at
C5S 3m n.lL WIHTNEY'S.
Tiie hkdersiuxed would ixfobh
bis friends and tbe public that he has a desk at the
Omce of W. K. CASTLE, Esq.
65T lm GEO. H. HcCONNELL.
For San Francisco !
Tbe American Bartc
Will have QnickDiupatch for the above Port
For freight and passage apply to
CS CASTLK ft COOKE, Agents.
For Hongkong Direct.
Will Sail on the 5th Sept., 1877
The Fine A 1 dipper Bark
tff& Harriet CT. Carlton,'
872 tins register.
CapUIn George T. Harkness.
Has most excellent for passengers ;
and will be ready to receive cargo In & few
2t Apply to AFONO A ACHUCK. Agents.
FOR SALE, FREIGHT OR CHARTER.
TIIE FINE SCHOONER
jOfMy GIOVANNI APIANI !
83 TONS REGISTER.
Apply to CHAS. LONG,
us 5 MerchautSt.
PACIFIC HAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
THE Sl'LEA'DID STEAMSHIP
CITY OF SYDNEY !
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about Tuesday, Sept- 11th.
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND !
THE SPtESTDID STEAMSHIP
CHEVALIER. COMMA XDEIt,
On or ab'out Sept. 20th, 1877.
For Freight and Passage, apply to
9 Itn II. HACKPKLD A. CO., Agentu.
AiT'Ooodifor shipment per steamer can now be stored
In the steamer's w are house free of stornge.
3IAKCUAXT, i t t i MAMTKll.
Tuesday, September 4, of Hawaii
Tuesday, September II, 3;30. Circuit of Hawl
Monday, September 17. 5:30-.. -Mahukona and Ks.uaIIi.te,
Thursday, September 20, 5;30- .. ...... ...Circuit of Kayal
Rates of Passage will be
To or ficm Kaunakakal, Molokat f 5 00
Lahaina, MauL 8 00
,. it Maalaea, .. ,, 7 00
" Makena, 8 00
Mahukona, Hawaii lO'OO
k . Kawaihae, 10 00
Kallua, 10 00
Kaawaloa,- " 1010
Hiio, ; is ,v
Kau Coast, 15 '0
Circuit of Haw all, ltound Trip 23 00
To or from any Port on Kauai 8 CO
Circuit of Kauai, Iluund Trip 12 0
Deck passage, for natives only. t 2 00
C5" No Credit for ViwtnKe Jlouoy. -tip.
Ticket nt the uillce ou I y.
No berth will be considered as taken until paid toi. Nf
responsible for unmarked Baggage or any Freight or Pa.
eels unless receipted for.
Freight Money Dae on Demand.
03T An effort will be made to hare the Steamer react
nonolnln on the evening of the same day she leavesMnu
SAMUEL G. WILDER, Agent.
Offlce with Wilder & Co.. corner of Fort A tjueen Street
FOR EUROPE VIA NEW YORK
Two Sailings Every "Week,
FOR I,lVEIEIOOL. :
From New York every Wednesday,.
From Boston every Saturday,
RATES OF PASSAGE:
Cabin.. 30, BlOO aud 8130, Gold,
According to Accommodation.
RETURN TICKETS ON FAVORABlE TEIIMH.
Steerage.... .... ;. .... $28 Currency.
4- For further Information apply to
WILLIAMS, 11LANCIIAUD t Cr.,
OT btate St.. Boston,
C. O. FKANCKLTN,
4 Bowling Ureen, New York.
Notice to Passengers from Australia, New Zealand and
Honolulu. The Cunard Line affords more thau usual facilities
to through passenger from ports, tbe
frequency of Its sailing precluding all possibility of delay
in New York.
Good accommodations always reserved.
O. O. IRANCKLYN,
611 ly 4 Howling Green. New York.
dispatch Tine forsan franciscoi
&t C. Brewer & Co. Agents. fi&
SkiS MercbandUe reetiTed Storage Free and VWYI
Ubtral caih adrancta mads on ihlpintntt bj thl Ud.
I My O. BREWER k CO.
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
C. Brewer & Co. Agents.
JarorablearrarcemenU cau alwar b
made for storage and shipment of Oil, Bene, Woo), Illdai and
other Merchandise to New Bedford. Bfuton. New York and
other Kiutern Porti. 4?Caab Advance made.
C. BREWER k CO.
IS HEREBY C1IVEN that under
an order or ths Supreme Court msde In the Kstate
or Sylvester Sablan y Castro, deceased, I shall Sell at
On SATURDAY, - - Sept. 22nd,
At 12 o'clock noon, of that day,
At the Conrt House door. In tbe City of Honolnln, all
the rlzht, title and Interest of the said fylvester Sablan y
Castro, of In and to that certain piece or cartel of land
simile at Pnunul, llouolulu, Oahu, and described as
E hoomaka ma ke klhl bema ma ke kumu o ka pohakn
pall, aoao mauka, e bnlt ana I Kabawal, a bolo akan, 57
30' kom 107 paukn e pll aoa tlnns ma ka aoao raauka o ka
p he pahn A, akaa 1 hlk 81 pauku pabu, alalia, akau 13
15i kom 93 pauku, pUI la mau aoao me Puunui do
a blkl 1 ke klbl bema o ka alna o PaUna, alalia pll
luki ma ka antral, akau 15 hik 105 pauku akau IV kom
63 pauku, akau S9 kom IS pauku, akaa 21 hlk 171 paukn
e phi ana me ko Pabua alna a hlkl I ke klbl terns o ka
alnao Nabalelaunala, bema U9 15 bit 231 paukn ihil
kahawal ma ka alna o Famalkul, alalia, bema V kom 121
pauku, bema 1S kom 347 paukrsmaka hlklna akauoke
kahawal ablkl 1 ke klbl 1 hoomaka mua al, eka.
Being tbe same premises described In Iloysl Patent,
No. 2781. Knleana, llela fllFLu Apana 1, Issued to
PaakabL Tbe above Is all Kalo Land, and Is well watered.
For rortber particulars Inquire of
65s It CECIL BltOWN. Administrator.
Real Estate for Sale or Lease.
T.ABOE AND SHA1.X.
Located in different parts of the City,
With Gardens, Outhouse, and every convenience, and In
perfect order. Enquire of
IIPGO STAKOETSWALB. M. D
TTCST BECEITED FBOX JTEW TOBK, 200
lj of those Beantllnl and inimitable Silk Book Vlarka,
so snltahle for birth-day presents, for sale at
6J7 2m H. II. WaiTOKI'S.
ji " ( -gar
BONA FIDE CLEARING SALE
A. S. CLEGHORSr& Co's
Saturday, Sept. 1st, 1877!
The Greatest Inducements Offered
To Cash Purchasers !
CM St S. G
A.. S. OlegliorrL & Oo.'s
Fort Street Store
RECEIVED PER STEAMSHIP LIKELIKE,
A Full and very Choice Assortment
Pique Blouses, &c.
The above as well as a Large Selection of other kinds of
STAPLE & FANCY KEY GOODS!
Will be Sold at the Lowest Possible Rates.
3 3g& 3 I35g
Kid Gloves, Opera Shades.
Bask & Skirts, Ruffled.
Black Grenadines, plain and stripped perjard 0 25
Mohair Dress Goods per yard 0 25
Dobage Dresa Goods ...pcryarrl 0 25
Hamburg Nett 4 per jard 0 75
Black Dress Silks.. , ; per yard 1 50
Black Silk Velvets ...". peryard 1 00
Black Silk Fringes ,: ."... per yard 0 63
Corsets (100 bone). .- ; per pair 1 75
Linen Dresses (3 pieces) for 5 00
Scarf Netts (all silk) peryaid 0 25
Neckerchiefs (Bilk lace) '. o 25
Farisiennes (silk Iaco) 0 25
Yard wide Brown Cotton, best........ ..per yard 0 12J
Towels perdoi. 0 75
Turkey Bed Table Damask per yard 1 00
Ladies' Linen Handkerchiefs '. 2 n 2
Ladies' Initial Handkerchiefs (extra fino) o 5i
Gent's Initial Handkerchiefs " " o 75
SCOTCH TWEED SUITS a 50
We call special attention to our complete assortment of KID GLOVES
which for elasticity and durability cannot be excelled.
Also, a, Full Line of U&m.ltxx'jr
60 Fort Street, Honolulu.
Valuable Real Estate
The Lands of Kaawaloa & Kealakeakua
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
noRDEBINO AND EJlim tCINnJssx
the beautiful Hay of Kealaksakua, wbere fclr
tbe famous CapU Cook.
An Area of tt2,260 Acres !
Combining a great rarlftr cf foil. Climate and Scenerr.
Tlie wbole Property will be sold on reasonable terms,
with all tbe enclosure aud Improvements ; or In three
separate divisions, to suit purchasers.
First. A large extent, mostly above tbe treat koa forest,
admirably adapted for a Ebeep ox Cattle ltanch. Secondly,
Tlio Boat OofToo Xso.z3.cls.
rartly fenced. Thirdly Lauds well adapted to Sugar,
Oranges, Pine Apples, Bananas, c rhsre aro
Two Large 2-Story Swelling Houiei,
Charmingly embowered with every variety of Shade
Fruit and Flower, and three small 1-STORY IIOU3E3
All locntd near the Hlesuloat Lauilluc or
A Choice Lot of Stock,
Win be sold with the place, If desired. Inquire, of
3. IX. PAiI3, Rone,
2r i- D- PABta, 3m..t nawatl.
Or CEOIK3E P. KNELL, Esq ,
Orange BUI, June ISth, htt. 8" '"swam
House and Land for Sale
SITDATEn lTTnr linn rTtinn.
m 1 8trcet, In Honolulu, having about Seventeen!
ACnS Of Jn" and l!nr th fnrm,p t..
of llr. Ira Blehardson. Inquire of
I 2m ALFEED 8. xTABTWELL.
- EANT, Manager.
WALTHAM WATCH CO.
Waliliam Watches, Waltham Watches.
Tha most Sellable Time.keepen
In the WORT.D. and snrpaatlns; an Zngiki,. amU ant
Sterling "? " tad i- Oenatae IS k. Gold, and
Every Watch Warranted: t be a Perfect
, , It. Mel.lEKST.
Bole Agent for tTaHham Watch ;.,
. For tha Hawaiian Islands.
supplied, most favorable (erma.ua SOI xs
Elegant Dining and Ice Cream Rooms,
Removed to So. 43 Hotel Street.
TUB HXBKRRIHNEB BEM TB XOTirV
hut customers and the public generally that be ha
taken tbe commodious ptemlses directly opposite hla Ud
stand, formerly known as the Cantoa flotrV asm be
Is prepared to carry on the business of
A First Class Restaurant,
gpejt ax xbsbay. jcse it.
and will serve the Choicest Viands and Befreahaaats thai
the mwfcet a(t.rd, with perfect cleanliness and neautsa.
Blnjle meals served at any boor of the day or evi ulag.
.. ALWATS OX HASD. . .
Iced Ginger Beer, 8)a Water fcleawaade
nonolnln, June M,1!7T. F H9i?2a
T"P.JPBIJO ABK HEREBY XeTIFIEB
,. f"a and after this date AHAXA wBl suusue
the management ef and transact all business of the dracf
Honolulu. July 1st ,irn, USSa