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NOTES OP XIIK WEEK..
0" Ttelr Utjctllcg tbe filnjt and Queen .and
tul't tookfpassaRe last eTenlnij Ja'.tbefEteiaer
Llkellke icr the Island of Maul.
g The sale of Kcuhtli Plantation, (United it
Kooliopito, Oahn, advertised to take place on the'
11th tnst., Is unavoidably postponed ustll Saturday
tbe 23d, at which time, we understand. It will
,lTt.lv ,old- lblt sale offers a tplendld
tnnltv tn esrillalltta nfshlnf to pmhark In' hnirer
j E3" At tbe Royal Hawaiian Theatre, on
evening, Snow'a London Gboat Show waa exhibited
to what we regret to tar waa a slim honae.
Each week proves bow fntile ai.d
It la for two parties tn rnn opposition showa
In a town so small at Honolulu. Lnprtiil's
Clrcui and Snow'a GbostShnw on the same night la
jnat a little too much of a good thing.
Ths Mcrdzb it Wxiluku. We learn that the
Investigation into tbe facta touching tbe mnrder of
'tbeCbioamanat WailoVu, mentioned twonecksao
Id ttaia journal, resulted la the comnflltneDt for trial J
of Alonzo Davit, a and bla wife, and
Plcle, D"t bii me testimony ia upon wmcu
thfe rkrAfitift IntVft Tnn rnmmlttpri w ilirt tint
leant. A few wceka will reveal all that ran be ..I..
open tb dark )etd.. till which time it la prudent
to wait with patience,
17 We welcome Ills Ilonor Judge Jones back
from bla trip to Ollva Wainiba, Kanai, whither be
went last week to plant olive trees and grape vines
on bic plantation. We are glad to know tbat our
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people are taking a lively interest in mc matter o.
miroaoctng trcita from atiroaa, ana mat a spirit oi
enterprise baa taken bold which. If persevered In,
will In due lime bring forth good results. Every uiau
ataould remember that "be wbo canses one more
otaoe oi grass to grow is. a Deceiacwr," ana uas not
'r" OI lUo At- BUUUIU aiU UC SJU( lit ill UJ1IIU IU31
s- a uuij nb un. .w a?wt,4b u u w bviuviuihj,
while living that will be beneficial to poaterlty, and
tbat any other course IsselQsb, soidld and alnluL.
Toe Royal Hxwaiiin There will be
ptrtormancea at the above establishment, under the
management of Mr. A. Wilson Suow, on Wednesday,
Tbnradar, Friday and Saturday evenings of this
week. Tbe performances will consist of tbe London
Gboat Show, with varieties, which will be
changed each nieht. so as to make tbe entertainment
as attractive, as possible. Friday evening's
performance will be for tbe Joint benefit of Jacob
Fisber. a mtlve Hawaiian, at.d Edwin Fraucola,
and will be a rare treat. This week will be the last
lor Mr. Snow, as be Intends taklnglbe steamer next
week for Australia. We briDe onr citlzena will frive
Mr. Soow and bis company a parting bumper, as
iucj uaaicHCjiuiuurKupic. i.ci luc iiicvin:
be filled each uigbt, and send Snow off rejoicing
from .Honolulu with a pocket lull ot spoudnlics.
Last week some
interesting experiments were tried In our harbor
by officers from the Russian gun boat now here.
Tbe experlmenta alluded to consisted of effort! to
Temove some coral rock near tbe northeast corner
of the Esplanade wharf, by tbe explosion of
or submarine explosives which did most excellent
execution. Whether tbe obstructions were
'all removed or not we cannot cay. nor do we know
whether the experiments were designed to do more
than merely exhibit tbe practicability of removing
obtlructious by submarine explosives ol modem
invention, tbe exhibition ot which were Interesting
as well as new to our people. We regret we
.were siot present to witness tbe experiments'
lii ui ru iu uc auie i.u give a more
description of them.
IS" It will be seen by tbe notice of His Excellency
tbe Minister of the Interior In the " By autboritv"
column tbat be has notified all persons owning
lands. Wtllrh rnav h rwrnlrfrt fnr thr Tinrttnupi tnf
"Hocatlng tbe new reservoir, tbat be will enter udou
and occupy the same wheneverand wherever needed
iopublic use, in pnrsuancefOf authority, conferred
upo'u blm by law. The necessity of "ao ample
anpply of waterior Honolulu Is so pressing that
everything must give way to it. The prospect now
Is, that in a few months the ,neVrWer'voir "will be
completed und an ample supply ot water assured
In attir (tlWiinc a Kiiflcnmnidllnn ituintta n kn
"w wa .. vuiiauitiiuaiiuii UtIVUIII IU UG
uca. mm a cooanr waier, and tue
"ciii:iiic . uuuer iu cuuirui ui cuicicui .
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ujcu. unr ucouic.uuuiu jeei a corresDonoiuir sense
ol security; whilst it will also lnsuire a sofrit of
"!"''""" tuai win inauce capitalists to nulla
uium iiuuto, "men are mucu neeaeo to
date tbe growing increase of population.
Bcegliks ABOtrr. On Saturday nieht last, a
f,mllr r.l(ltntT nn Pmn Ktr.t It.d sllirht tmra
about half TJ&st 12 o'clock. The famllr had all
jretire'dV bed and' there was no light1 about the
premises. The wile of Mr. Robb, who occupies
apartments on the premises was lying awake,
wben she heard a' noise front room and im
mediately afterwards saw the flash of a match. By
tbe light ol the match she could plainly .see .a .man
with a .w)i!ickandke(cbiet or.clotb roundUs lieid,
but could not tell whether the person was a white
or colored man. The lady gave the alarm by screaming
which awakened her husband. The burglar on
bearing the , scream fled pursued by the. lady and
bstbaitd, but tbc rascal was.tob. fleet of foot, lor
them aud got away. Our people cannot be too
csretol and should keep tbelr doors
and windows fastened at night. It will not do to
be too careless or they may have cause to regret
tbelr want of prudence. We mentiou .the above
occurrence In order to put people upon tbrlr
guard in future. Remember tbat the man who goes
out to commit n burglary goes u!o prepared to
commit murder rather than be caught In the act.
Pmuc 'Epikit. There are men in every com-
xnunlty possessed of sufficient public eplrlt to in-I
duce, them .to make pecuniary sacrifices fur tbe
public good. EucVtnen are a blessing to
munity in which they live, and yet are too often
unknown, because they are too modest to put them-1
selves forward. Such a case came under our notice
iu Honolulu a few daysigo. Irrtbe course of our
rambles about tbe city welearned of oue individual,
a well known citizen, J. L Dowsett, who has bad
the enterprise and public spirit, at bis own expense,
to bring to this Island a fine Hambletonian stallion
which be permits the natives to oe lor tbe purpose
of procuring good stock, free of charge. It Is done
In this wise. It a native has a good mare which
be desires to have with colt, Mr. Dowsett furnishes
tbe use nf the stallion, on condition that
tbe owner ot the mare takea tbe first colt and
tbe owner of tbe stallion have the next colt.
In this way be la supplying a first class stock of
burses to the people free ol cost. In the same way
tbe same man ia now bringing to tbe Islands a flue
breed of Alderney cattle. This we call true public
spirit, and sucb a man deserves the lasting "gratitude
of tbe people for sucb exhibitions of a liberality
that few pnsatss. We team tbat out of some
twenty mares of natives served by Mr. Dowselt's
horse Mr. U. bss never received any compensation.
and that he offers to any native having a good brood,
naVe'bis borae tren of charge; JD"! data 150"
assist ine nauve population, ana 10 oriog a gooa
stock of horses into tbe Kingdom. And Ibis we
The Scrx tuiso Poott tt ScoTf.asD. Last week,
through ' the' personal exertlboa of li. 'Kj' Fyfe,
Esq., tbe sum of f 200 dollars was collected from
tbe citizens of Honolulu, for tbe relief of tbe suffering
poor of Scotland. Oo Saturday evening last
tbe Hawaiian Caledonian Club bad a meeting, at
which a resolution was passed unanimously tbat
$100 dollars out of tbe funds of the club now on
hand be appropriated In aid of tbe same benevolent
object, thus making the contributions of
tbe Scotchmen and tbelr descendants and others
on these Islands to lbl worthy object 330 dollars,
wblcb speaks well for tbe benevolence of our
people here, w,tjo,.cAn benoved at anytime by tbe
god-like fcellog of charity to respond to any call
made upon them. We tbe sum of
SOD dollars, which "was to1 be forwarded by tbe
steamer on tbe ISth Inst., was almost if not altogether
the contributions of Scotchmen and their
immediate descendants, and is therefore praiseworthy.
But we desire to note tbe fact tbat a
society so yonngas that of tbe Hawaiian Caledonian
Club (aout three years old) contributing 100
dollars out oftbesoclety's funds, which speaks well
for that organization, and proves that it is in a
flourishing condition. We wish the. Club all success
"and a large accession to its numbers the present
year. At tbe meeting on Saturday evening an
electieu was held aud the old officers were all reelected,
except where vacancies had to be filled in
consequence of members leaving tbe Islands. Thls
waa tbe casein that oflbesccretaryof the Club, Mr.
J. M. MacdAnald, who hiving It-It for home some
months aeo, D. K. Fyfe, was elected to till tbe vacancy.
Tbe officers.are:iion. .A. S. Clegborn,
Chief; Mr. Hendry. Isf'tjbleitaln; D. K. Fyfe,
Cj..e Q 17 KoTntrra Tmaanrwp Tin fnlfirn
h?m4t.lIJ taa & WI,IUIV ilbtuuiwi. a. ww aaaauwa
otBctn wlil be announced at the next stated
JU U. J2 THJMH art
tST The Angel of Death lias been making' sad
inroads upon some of tbe tnost conspicuous of tbe
'native race on these Islands within a few months
past. A short time ago, the relatives and friends of
William L. Moebonua followed the remains of that
good citizen and prominent representative man to
.their last resting-place; and now another well-known
and representative man of
the race has passed over tbat bourne from
wbence no traveler returns. Ou tbe IStb.of the
relent monlh Governor KIpl breatbed bia last, at
? lilo, Hawaii, alter a brief illnees of but a few hours.
The late Governor KIpl waa one of a clasa of native
men wbo was born a gentleman, and wbo maintained
a blameless life, so far as we can ascertain
lrom those who knew him. He was at bis death
Governor of tbe Island of Hawatl, in which position
lie conducted himself honorably snd well. He
w also at different periods a member ot the House
of Representatives. In wblcb capacity be also distinguished
himself tor uprightness and a manly
course oi conduct. He waa about 52 years of age
when be died, bnt looked much older than tbat, If
one wss to judge lrom the color of his balr, which
was actually white. He was tall, slender, and well
fashioned in body; bad a pleasant expression of
countenance, in which was mingled amiability and
benevolence; whilst in manner and bearing be
carried about with blm tbe air of a genuine gentleman.
The death of sucb men as tbe late Governor
KIpl Is a real loss to the Kingdom and the race of
which be was an honored representative. Peace to
Honolulu Libraht and Reidixq Roost Asso
ciation. Tbe members and friends of this organi
zation met on Saturday evening last In tbe large
room in Williams' building, which is now being
fitted up lor tbe nse of tbe association, considerable
business of importance was transacted, aud ills
now certain tbat this organization which is designed
to meet an urgenfaud growing want of this
community will soon be in full and successful
operation. We understand tbat several liberal
dunatlons of books and periodicals bave already
-been received, find that various parties of influence
and means bave made promises of further material
nid. At tbe meeting on Saturday evening a committee
was appointed to nominate at tne next
'meeting tbe names of nine directors, wbo wben
elected will complete the permanent organization,
tbe other officers having been already chosen. It
was also decided to hold on Saturday evening next
a formal public opening ol the rooms, on which
occasion tbe Library aud Reading Room Association
hope to have the pleasure of seeing a large
attendance of tbeir frieuds, bulb ladles and gentlemen.
A committee consisting ot Messrs. John
Nott, E. Vaudoorn and J. S. Smithies has been
.appointed to make tbe arrangeiuenls for the proposed
opening, and we are assured, that no pains
will be spared to make the occasion an Interesting
and enjoyable one to all who may be present. Tbe
nrraugcnieute are nut yet complete but we are
authorized to say, tbat there will be sborladdresses
lrom a number of our prominent citizens, that Mr.
Berger has volunteered to take chargu of the musical
arrangements and tbat. there will be excellent
vocal music provided by the Honoluln Iron Works
Glee Club under tbe leadership of Mr. P. Joues.
Further particulars will probably be announced in
the Advertiur on Saturday.
St. Patrick's Dat. Monday lust, the 17th lust.,
was St. Patrick's Day. It pasted off In Honolulu
more quietly than any other place we bave ever
been in on sucb occasions. The fact is we did not
notice a ripple on tbe surface of society, nor did we
see "a sprlgtof sbillalcb or shamrock so green"
all day. This Is to be accounted for lrom the fact
that there are fewer sons ol Erin's Isle In Honolulu
thsn any city of its size we bave ever visited,
and hence the reason the day passed oil without
any demonstration whatever. We will say this
much, however, that if history speaks the truth,
St. Patrick Or Irelaud's patron saint deserves grateful
'remembrance, not oulr from Irishmen but from
tbe good ol every land. The illustrious St. Patrick
was lamed for duiug good while on earth, and why
should not bis memory be cherished by tbe good
meh of all ages, creed and nations. Fur our own
part we bave always lrom our youth up felt a
reverence lor tbe character and life work of the
great apostle of tbe Roman Catholic Church.
St. Patrick, among other good works, is said to
have banished the snakes and toads from Ireland.
But whether this tradition is true or not one thing
Is certain that there are neither snakes nor toads or
any other reptile' in all Ireland. Buttblsls nil nil.
It is a fact that neither snakes nor toads can live In
Itcland. Tbe. experiment has been tried time aud
agaic, but always failed from some cause not yet
explained. We remember to have seen it stated by
some cdailclous fellow who bad no love lor Ireland
or Irishmen, when speaking of St. Patrick driving
the snakes aud toads from Erin, that be (St. Patrick)
"drovclbe snakes and toads .out of the laud
and into the people." This we believe to be a
malicious slander of course, because we know in
fact it Is pioverbial that theJ Irish people, with all
ther impresiveiiess, are tbe most Kind hearted and
generous ol any people on 'the globe! We have
even tound it so in our own experience, and therefore-bare
a.waim side for.an Irishman wherever, we
Immigration. On Saturday morning the 15th
Inst., there was a meeting of'genilemen1 cbnnected
.with the Chamber ot Commerce of this city, and
oth'ers interested I'n'the question of procuring laborers
for the industries of these Islands lrom
abroad. The meeting was presided, over by the
Honv Godfrey Rhodes,-, with H, L. .Sheldon; Esq.,
acting as secretary. Mr.aRbodes stated the object
ot the meeting to be, to consider ,tbe most
of obtaining laborers' fromlndia, and
inasmuch as, Mr. Horn, a gentleman from
present, be requested 'that gentleman to
favor tbe meeting with sucb Information as lie
thought necessary. Mr. Rhodes read at the same
time a series of questions which lie had'cnmmitied
to the paper. Mr. Horn took tbe questions, and
alter stating tbat he tbongbt the best way would
be to furnish blm with a list or such questions as
tbe inecting' wished, blm to answerln writing, and
be would willingly answer them' In" writing, now-'
ever, be (Mr. Horn) was .willing and did pioceedto
answer the Inquiries oh the memorandum In ayvery
satisfactory manner. The Hon. H. Ah P. Carter,
our to Great Briialn, made a statement
in which he g.iva tbe substance of the experience
lie had while abioad on the sublect of obtaining
laborers' from India, and Wound up by declaring it
as bis opinion that tbe attempt would be a failure,
unless at least .fromli wo to four hundred thousand
dollars were raised and expended, and even then
be believed that' tbe filing was impracticable, owing
to the difficulties wblcn rwould be placed in" the
way by the,'lndlan Government and people, both of
whom are averse to tbe migration of the coolies to
any ether countries; and especially so far removed
from India as tbe Hawaiian Islands, Mr. Carter
gave it as his opinion tbat this 'Government must
look lo Madeira, and tbe Portuguese Islands,, for
the laborers needed to supply tbe demands", oi tbe
planters.. Alter a desultory discussion, in which
several gentlemen participated, on motion o'Judxe
Wideinanii tbe meeting adjourned tdine'etf at the
tame place one week hence, at 11, o'clock A' M.
ra The Royal Hawaiian Circus was. well attended
on Saturday night last,but by", no means as well
as when flretopened The people would like to patronize
tbe circus; but tbe fact Is, two entertainments
a week, with matinees tbrown'in, is just a little too
much, and' tbe people can't affurd It There Is such
a thing as milking a good jcow dry, and we think
uur'sliowmeiilwillllnU it so erelong. .It Is really
surprising the progress the na'tlve riders In the
circus are making. Every eyenlng they, show improvement,
and In a sh'oit time, -with careful training,
will compare favorably with tbe professionals
otjlbe sawduBt ,rlng J e"Uve) Hawalians take to
horseback riding aa naturally as they do" to water';
and as .divers) swimmers and.wateridogs, they are
Richard Henry Dana, poet ai'd a.ayiit,,diei at
Boiton on tbe 2d init., at tbe advanced ago of
ninety. thrta years He wai 'a member of the
bar, devoted himself entirely to literary
pursuit!; and wa associated during his 'long eareer
wltti ruiny of the' tnoit widely circulated magazines
and newspaper!, to which be waa a frequent contri
butor. A collection of bit variant poems and eiayt
ha' jieen issued In book form, and tbe polithed
d ft tip a and Ityle tvioceHfby them twill eourS them
a high, place amsngif the clinical literature of our
country. . ,
The Liverpool Jftreary sayi that a noteworthy
of commercial morality fa announced by Peter
Baoe'r6ft, of that town, who recently received an
in which was enclosed a bank-note for
1009. -The only information voaebiafed by tbe
ceader was that the bank-note waa tha amount of an
old (debit and aecooiulated. 'inUreat., which ibe was
sorry not to have been in-a position to forward tr Mr.
Baneroftbefpre. Mr. Bancroft baa not .the slightest
idea from whom he' has received the conscience
money. 1 ! . . . . . . .
BAGS! BAGS. BAGS!
,' ATXPECTED FROJI DIJNDEE
Per Alstcr and Lullah Rookk
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.
,. Rslnch For .Sale.
TnE IIHBXPIRKD LEASES OF 'KAUPU.
LEIITJ, situated In North Kona, Hawaii, and
aljcrnlng.' "tub above extesalvf1 tracts .are well
suited for'grazlng'pu'rp'osea, aod at preseu't have S,000
marked Cioats, andfrom 1,000 to 2,000 graded bbep
These lands-adjoin thewU
known Sheep Run of JJr.Tniusaeaaand offer splendid
Inducements to a man of moderate means. If theabove
property Is libl disposed of iprertoag'tri MAT JUi, It will
be offered at Public Auction on that day. r.
Fbr further particulars apply to
A. S. CLEOUOtCN 4 CO.,Honolalu,
738 Or ta K. COOPS, iwens, Hawal
Tbe Black Placne In Kuaattti
L0.100X, February, 3. Tha origin of the plages in
Runia ii thus given : A Uoiiack returning from tbe
war to Wetliinka brought bis lady a ahawl, which
the wore two dayr, then siekened, with ail tbe rymp
toma of the plague, and died. Tn the following four
days otber members of her family died. Tbe disease
spread rapidly, the local aathoritiea not paying any
attention to it till half tbe inhabitants bad died and
tbe remainder were unable to bury the victims. Then,
when the epidemic had assumed serious dimensions,
energetic means were taken for prerenting it spreading,
and strict quarantines were established, Grit in
the towni and Tillages, abutting off the streets where
tbe plague reigns from the rest of the place, and
secondly by surrounding the villages with troops, so
tbat nobody il allowed to pass in or out. The panic
in Russia is almost incredible. Every class and
station In life has petitioned for an entire cessation
of ail intercourse. Every portal of euamnnicatton
between the Volga diltrieti and the rest of Russia it
stopped, and letters sent from Astrakan and Zarit
tin are not received by persons to whom they are addressed.
Some people even refuse to take papar
money, fearing tbat the germ of infection .might be
communicated through it. It is almost impossible to
describe the terror which has taken possessiba of tbe
people. The Russian Sanitary Commission propose
to shut off the Volga line from all iotersourse with
Western Russia and permit communication only
under quarantine. Russian railway eara are not admitted
to German territory. The export of grain
from Poland will suffer severely fiom this restriction.
The Roumanian Government Is discussing the expediency
of prohibiting the transit of Russian
sent to victual tbe Balkan army.
A dispatch from Paris reports tbat special precautions
against tbe plagae are being taken at Marseilles
and other aontbern points.
St. PzTEKSBune. February 1. The Committee of
Ministers have resolved tbat, tbe Minister of toe Interior
be emoowered to burn Witifanka and otber
villages necessary, the inhabitants to be removed
elsewhere within the quarantine district ; troops to
enlorea quarantine to be placed at tbe disposal of tbe
civil administration. A delegate will be dispatched
to Astrakhan and neighboring governments with
power to adopt extraordinary measures. Ho will be
accompanied by a medical oommilsion to investigate4
tbe cause of the epidemic.
The Official Mtttenger says : The Governor General
of Moscow contradicts the reported appearance
of tbe plague in a village near that city.
It ia atated thtt Professor Botkin. physician to the
Czar, advises tha burning of Wetlianka and other
villages wber the epidemio bas broken out, together
with all furniture in them, and the removal of the
inhabitants to healthier places. In spite of tha
heavy expense such a scheme would involve, the
Czar is aaid to be disposed to follow Professor
Six more persons have Deen attacked by the plague
at Selitrimo. Tbe Czar has, ordered General Loris
Melikoff to start immediately for Astrakau with full
powers. He is appointed Governor-General of the
pkgoe stricken districts, which are created into a
province during the continuance of tbe epidemio.
Viiksa, February 1. An imperial ordinance,
identical with that of Germany, prohibits tho importation
of a large number of articles from Russia, and
orders the disinfection of all arrivals therefrom.
The Galician authorities memorialize the Government
for an immediate establishment of a cordon
Tbe Prtne says : Austria is about to issue an order
forbidding travelers from Russia to cross the frontier
unless provided with passes from the sanitary
Ihe Porte annouuees that ail Russian porta will be
quarantined against all Turkish ports on the European
coast of tbe Black Sea. Tbe East Roumelian
Commission bai proposed the same measure along
the coast from Kustendje to Bourgas.
Roumania bas decreed upon a similar course in
the delta of tbe Danube and east of the Dobradska
and bas issued regulations identical with those put
in lorce by Austria in regard to traffic and tbe importation
of goods across tbe Russian frontier.'
Berlir, February 3. An imperial decree has been
pablishcd establishing strict passport regulations between
Russia and Germany after February 10th.
Every traveler before ,entering Germany must prove
tbat he bas not been in a suspected or infected district
within twenty days. All clothes and baggage
must be disinfected.
Tbe Berlin Government, to prevent the introduction
of tbe plague, has prohibited tbe introduction of all
articles prohibited by, tbe Austrian Committee, and
also all manufactures .of felt. The Imperial Chancellor
will tiraw'ap regulation! relative to travelers'
baggage. The Sanitary Commission of the Scneldt
quarantines all vessels from tbe Black Sea. Ills
considered in best-informed quarters that the present
decrease of tbe plague is merely due to tbe extreme
cold, and consequently tho precautions against its
spread are unreiaxed.
According to an' investigation made by the German
Board of Health tbe plague bas existed in Astrakhan
since May, 1877. Even tbe paper money in the dis.
trict has been qrdereJ burned.
Bucharest, February 4; A' regiment of troops
has started from this place and one from Gslatz for
tbe formation of a sanitary cordon ou the; Russian
Rio Janeiro, January 29. The mortality from tne
block plague in the province of Ceara bas decreased
since last report.
DlnfG anr absence: rnosi
Mr John II l'aty will act tor me un tier Power
of Attorney on record In tho Itegjiter OfSce, Honolulu in
Liber 43, on pages IGOand 161. '
ClIAS. B. HIS HOP.
Honolulu. March IS 1879. 7(0 St
THE GEVIXESiA.lt WHO EXCIlAXHEIs
I '3 hats at the wedding st the house of Mr. Thomas
a& Lucas, on Saturday evenlog.iwlll return the
aame at Slellla t Fisher One Price liaiar, on Fort Street,
and secure his own hat, or at the residence of Mr. Mellla,
corner of King and Fort streets. 710 It'
CAPT. GEO. POl'K. HAVING ItlMIGNED
command uf the Maitle Macleay, will art aa Slilo'a
Husband wbUV sld vessel Is In this port, all accounta
connected with tne above mentioned vessel most be approved
by blm before being presented to us for payment.
11. UACKFELD CO., 4cenu.
Honolulu, March 17, 1875. J40 It
THERE IVIIX BE SIH.D AT Public
ta Auction, at the Government found, Kohalaloa,
Honolulu, at 12 sf, on Saturday, March 2Hh,
187V. tbe following estrav animuls;
1 bay horse, white spot on the forehead, bind feet white,
brand lodescrlbeble. 1 dark colored horse,. white apot on
the forehead, 3 white lees, fore feet ahod, fnded brand.
1 light colored horse, brand Indescribable. 1 dark colored
horse, brand 9. left.
Alao, I dark colored bullock, brand It T right, T left.
1 red cow, brand Indescribable.
7t0 lt a. U. KAAUKUU, Pound Matter.
OOKALA SUGAR PLANTATION COMPANY
Capital 8100,000, In 100 Shares of 51,000
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE TnAT ATA
meeting held on toe 18th day of March, A. D,
lb79, of Sobscrlbers to Ihe Stock of the Ookala bugar
PUntatlon Company, It waa voted to accept a Charter of
Incorporation gran led to them and tbeir assoeUtea and
successors under tho the corporate name aod style if the
"Ookala sugar Plantation Company," on the 4th day of
MarcbA. 1). 1870: and that the Corporation under said
Cbarter thereupon organized itself and elected the follow,
log officers or the Company, viz :
W. L. GREEN- President.
DK. KOBEKT McKIBBIN .....Vice President.
MR. ALEXANDER McKIBaiK,,Treasur.r.
CAPT. JI. W. MIST, R. JT... Secretary.
Notice ts further giveo. that pursuant to the terms of
uuu i inner -no nnareooiaer anail be liable for the debta
of tbe Corporation beynd the may be dia
upon the share or shares held or owned by blm or her "
70 Im' U. W. MIST, Secretary.
sir.n established unsinc
MTnE of of A. a. CLKGHORK a CO., altuated
at Walpio, Hamalna, Hawaii.- Conslsta of a
oiore ana uweiiing House, almoit new. Also, Htore
Houaea, etc., with a large aod well selected
Alao, a balance of lease of Walpio Valley for a term of
11 jeara, comprising ao area or aome J.000 acres
adapted for Rice or Sujar Culture.
Also, Lease of Muliwal,jwblct comprises several thous.
and acres of wood land. This la a rare chance for, partlea
desiring lo go luto Sogar or Rice, In one of the most desirable
localities Iu the Kngdom.
For Particulars, apply to Messrs.
A. S. CLEG HORN CO., Honolulu,
Or to J. B. MILLS, Hamakua.
Walpio. March H, 1878. ;0
TO TUEf PATRONS OP TllE
FAMILY AND METROPOLITAN MARKETS
HAVING MADE SPECIAL ArrangcmenU
witn Mr. Honghulllng, I am now prepared to aerve
Beef Sausages dally, and Port Sauaagea on ftaturdava and
Suudaja. 733 2t G. WALLER.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS JTJST Received
direct from Portland, Oregon,
Ex Brig Hazard and Bk MattieiHacItay,
A QDASTITY OF
Extra Red Salmon,
1 - In Barrels, Half-barrel and Kits.
be Sold la Quantities to Sult.-Ea
:ijs.WJt a. JJMVK, .CO. -
JT. M. WIHTAEY, 31. !., I.I. S.
Dental Booms on Tort Street,
OHce In Brewer's Block, corner of Hotel aod fort Streets.
7M1 O- Entrance. Hotal street. ly
IStOUS WABD. IJCW1S A. uritaK.
WARD Sc UPMA,
Export Commission Merchants.
Orders for American lLuafactoreaa Specialty.
purchased on Commission
123 Sonttt Tblrtl Street, Philadelphia.
A. W. l'EIUCK &. CO.,
SHIP CHANDLEBS St COHMI33ION MERCHANTS
Brand's Gnns aod Bomb Lances,
Perry Davis' Pain Killer,
Pierce's Magnetic Truss,
733 Queen street, Honolulu. ly
A C'OTTAOF. SUITABLE FOR TWO Toons:
XX mea. Apply uj lue
EDITOR OF THE GAZETTE.
BISHOP & CO.,.
DB .A. 3XT BL de. s ,
HONOLULU, s s I I HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,
. DRAW EXCHANGE OS
IKE BANK OF CALIFORNIA, : : : :SAN FRANCISCO
X5n 7HKIS 10KKTS IS
HE ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATION, : : : LONDON
asn msia saaacnis ia
And transact a Genera! Itaaklnc; Business. 733 ly
BOSTON BROWN BREAD
TWICE A WEEK!
Wednesday and Saturday Mornings.
AND ALSO IlVERVrillNM Fertalulsse; to
tbe lUltlne; business, may bo had at tne LOWEST
WM. MANN'S BAKERY, HOTEL STREET
CS-S. D Bread delivered within the limits of the city.
Wilcox & White Organ Co.,
or new Yonit.
PERSONS WISHING TO OB-VAIN
First CIbm Parlor Organ, at a reasonable price,
will do well to apply to the underlined, who is prepared
to furnish, per order, an' article 'auperior In beauty aud
moslcal capacity to tbe celebrated 'Mason & Hamlin,"
or the world-renowned EsteyM Organe.
Call and see for yourselves at the resdeoce of tha undersigned,
or send for catalogue and price list, to
F. 8. LYMAN.
Acent for the Hawaiian islands'.
nilo, Hawaii. January 15, 1S79. txj am
THE CARGO OF IHE
Clipper Ship Lallah Rookh I
NOW ON TBE WAY
Will be offered for sale to arrive.
734 . W. 3IACF ARI.ANE' CO.
iMXTJLsES ! IMCTTIuJBS :
UNDERSIGNED WIIX RECEIVE
from rianters or their Agents, for California
br Kastern-bred Mules,
TO BE LANDED IN HONOLULU
Six 'Weeks from time or giving tbeir 'order, $25 per bead
to be paid on glvloff the order and the remainder on delivery
of mules; or sixty days time will be allowed on 50
percent, of their coit(wlth lntereit added) if detired by
a. WV ATACFARLANE Jk CO., Agentl for
77 ROWLEY BKOS.Snn Francisco.
(Successors to Crcgo A Ilowley)
IAM0TH SALE STABLES
CARRIAGE AND HARNESS REPOSITORY
Now Montgomery St., San Francisco.
IMPORTKItS AND. DEALERS IS HORSES
and M tiles. Also. Carriages and Ilurneas of ever description.
It o spy Kobes, baddies, llrldles, Ac, Ac
cajjpeclal attention paid to purchase and shipment of
Mules for tbo ILawall&a Islands. All orders must be sent
thruugli our Agents, Mean is.
737 O. W; MACFARLANE 4 CO.
UXnERSinXED HAVE JUST
A my Turner, from Boston, a foil w
Rortment, of theso celebrated Pumps, which are guaranteed
to be cheaper and better than any otber style ot
pump Imported. We call the attention of planter particularly
te tbe Vacuum pomp, which Is less complicated
wid more- serviceable ban otber pomps
729 3m C. UREWEIt A CO.
A RARE CHANCE !
RE NOLO OM,Y OS ACCOUNT OF
sudden departure, about 3,000 acres of tine, arabls
land, situated near the landing ot Kaunalcakal, Molokal,
consisting In part of about 1,000 acres of fine cane land,
the principal part situated 'within a rain belt which extend
along the mountains. Tbe balance is fine timber
and grazing land.
A I.AICQi: MXIEKAaU OF WATER,
Has Its source upon the the place, and Is capable of Irrigating
the whole tract.
All.., four acres of floe thriving young cane, vegetables
of all kinds, two houses, working aud riding hones, cart,
plows, harnesses, saddles, tools of all kinds, several hundred
cbclkens, pees, Ac.
Also, a profltahle business In connection with the same,
paying J loo per month, and capable of a large Increase.
Alt the Household Furniture will bo sold with or
the place. Enquire of W. C. LAMBKUT,
737 6m On tbe place.
ICE CREAM PARLORS
HE ABOVE ESTABLISHMENT,
WO. 60, HOTEL STBJQET,
Stat door to Dr. Btrchi's Droit Store,
HAS JUST BEU.X OPENED. WHCBE TOE
Ice Cream, Cake,
And other Delicacies, win b furnished for the entertainment
ot LadieaaudUtnUemen. Famtueg will, be supplied
at ilctest notice with Ice Cream, Cake, aod the choicest
POLITE WA1XEBS ALWATS OH HAND
To wait upon CQfctomvrs. In a woid, the proprietors are
determined, by strict attention to business, to give their
cos turners entire satisfaction. 713 Zm
JUST RECEIVED FROM
CORTLAND WAGON MANUFACTU RING C0..U.Y.
AX INVOICE OF
Buggies, Wagons, Carriages!
DILLINCHAM & Co.,
729 Sole Acuta for tlawaltaa Ialantts.
GIVE XOTICC TnAT I AX
InEREBT for ail debts that I may contract on behalf
of the WardBoom Mess of K. U. a. Opal. All accounts
to be sent to me on tbe tast day of each msntb.
wben payment will be made Immediately.
N. B. Tbe 'Ward Rooti 11sa Is not In any way re
sponsible for any debts I may contract.
72-i Im JOHN 0It2E:X, Meman.
F BESiT AXD SEW CHOP, 1ST Q CARTES
ana wnoio dots.
.Iatl3lar BOIXiS CO.
By C. S. B,t.RTOW.
I2.CC3WE SL IL.DE3
ON THURSDAY, - - BLUtCO'20,
At 10 A. M.. at Salecroom.
HOSIERY. FUEHITUSE, CROCKERY,
A CHOICE LOT OF GROCERIES I
BAGS OF BKJVItT,
And a Variety of .Other Merchandise !
a 8. BARTOW. AncU0Dr.
BUILDING AT AUCTION!
SATUEDAY, - - - MASCH 22,
AT II O'CLOCK A. Jr..
Oa the rremtsrs, l'ancbbow strret, nrr Klnr, and opposite
ttia realdnce of Mr Hopper, will be aold
A WOODEN COTTAGE,
Containing 4 l:oom, belQCglbx to KaUakaaoa.
a a. BAUTOW, AocUoneer.
Keaahala Plaotation !
SATURDAY,- .: : : MAEGH 22
At 12 o'clock if., at Salesroom, will be sold
THE ABOVE PLANTATION, WITH STOCK. BUILDINGS, ETC.
This Plantation has a crowlnjc crop of 123 acres, V acres
ready to crind. The whole number of acres tbat hare
been planted, is 148. This can be Increased to SOU. More
than 100 acre can be Irrigated, A new mill was erected
last year. The battdlnfs are mostly new, baring been
erected within tbe last IS months. There; are atoctc carts,
and all the Improrements to carry on tbe plantation.
The place Is fenced. The site, as a residence, Is pleasantly
alt oated ell mate nnsnr passed. Work ran be conducted
easier than on most plantations. The present owuer Is
compelled to part with It, not from choice, bnt from necessity.
For further particulars, apply to C E. Williams, on the
plantation. 'Plana' of the plantation, with photographic
views, "may be seen at Salesroom, and full information
eWen on application to
a S. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
ON THURSDAY, MAECH 27th,
At i: SI., at the Old Custom Hon.a Yhiif,
Four Whaleboals, Anchors and Chalnt,
Casks and Shooks, Beef, Pork, Molasses,
AUtlie Whaling Crai.
The above will be offered in lots.
C S. BAKTCUV. Auctioneer.
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets.
ICAIL, TUB ATTENTION or the Citizens
of rtabu and tbe otber Islands, lo tbe fact tbat I bare
a '. . m .
where gentlemen can find a
WelUelected Stock of Goods,
Chosen with (reat care, as to style, and adapted
to this climate.
Ravine had an eitemlve experience In connection with
aome or tbe Utrcest Importing houses In New York and
Phlladelohla," I can assure tnr customers that they will
netonlraecure the '
Very Best Materials
, bat will also obtain at mr Place the
BEST PITTING GAEMENTS !
that can be turned out of any establishment
In the Eastern cities.
English Hunting Pantaloons!
LADIES' RIDING HABITS
MADE A SPECIALITY.
Children's Suits, ia Eastern Styles,
7M XT . W. TREOr.OAN. JTonololtt.
No Such Word as "Fail!"
I tPaeaaaJfr ' 3f V DaBBBBBaaiM "jearV
Is the Lending Itemedy
For Diseases, Icjaries, and Morbid Con
ditions of the Siin,
In the case or Ciena's Sulphur Konp, when that
Pearleaa Beaatlfltr Is osed to banish diseases of
' tbe skla and blemlnbta 51 the complexion,
It lnfalllblr succeeds Is producing
' - tho desired fiect.
RENDERS TIIE COHPJ.EXIOX FAIR
AND MWLE33. Cares Hbeamatlsm and Onut
all the remedial ad ran uses of eilphur Hatha, Disinfects
Clothing: and Bed Linen. Retrediea Dandraffand
prerents Premature Grayneaa and Leas of the Ualr
There are wretched Imitations ot this standard article la
the market. Use no Enlphur Soap except Olenn'a.
Tor Sale br M. McINEBST.
HAIR aFd WHISKER DYE
AS RED AS TIIE FLAME OF A
volcano or Wbtte aa the dead moaa on a Florida
hemlock, ran be cnaneed to a Glurlous Brown or Lnstrons
Black hjr a alngle application of UlU'a loatanuntoos Ualr
and Whisker DT&.
-,'A am. H. McIXEKXT.
E. C. HOWE 1 1 ATI Jf a RETCR.NED
MR. this eitj from CallforoU, would Inform bla old
friends and former patrons, tbat he baa formed a
with Ur. A. Killllt, for tbe purpose of carrjlsc
1 ,A -TIN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
Plain or DeceratiTe,
Satisfaction Ouarantttd and Prices Moderate,
1.- " 'KERR & ROWE.
I te .-. .. Ti Fort HtrMt.
ON FRIDAY, : : : : MAECH 2Iat,
AtlO A. M. at Salesroom. w&Ihe told
White and Brown Cottons, Fancy Wool shirts.
Cotton Shins, Ladles Costnmes.
Bbawb, Tine Frlnta, Fancy Goods, ac.
St. Loots Hams, Bacon, Lard, Sardines
Mcllurrajr's I and ah Orsters. lib Ralmos,
Burrolx Curs. Golden Gat. Table Frails,
Jama and Jellies, cheats Tea, kers No. I Burar,
Brgs Bran, Oats and Corn, bits Bed Sabitm.
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
REAL ESTATE AT WAIKIK1
PUBLIC AUCTION I
Saturday, : : March 29,
At 13 H., stt Salesroom,
Belondnr to and now In the occupation of
Mr. U. Giles,
Situate at Waikiki,
OX THE BEACH.
Plans can be seen at ths Auction Room of Ur.
K. P. Adams,
OX AXO ASTER MO.XDAT. STARCH 1TTH
The Property may be viewed at any time.
E. P. ADAMS. Auctioneer.
MANUFACTURERS AND 1MP0RTEBS
PAETIES IN HONOLULU
Or other parts of the Islands,
CAN RAVE THEIB
Orders Filled at Lowest Rates
Bf application lo Mr. K. P ADAMS. Qutta Eitrtet, who
hu oar DcrIpUTe Catalocne wltii Prices.
At Store of L. W. IIopp, King St.,
Black Walnut Bedroom Sets,
Black Walnut Sideboards,
lllack Wnlnut Dinin; CUalrs.
OaK Cane Seat Dmine Chain,
Cedar Bedroom Scti,
Pine Bnrenni, ec. etc.
L P. ADAMS, AGENT FOR HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
, 7:3 am
Vanity Fair !
Vanity Fair !
JUST RECEIVED. A FINE ASSORTMENT
of the justly Celebrated
Smoking Tobacco & Cigarettes
We are constant! receiving; addition! to onr larf.
stock of IXlKlt.GARD'S 1INKUT C1IKWINO. In
buckets and foil ; Nary Pings , bright, medium and dark,
various alzes frum 1 to 10 to the Pound.
Light and HanLpiessed NATURAL LEAF.
A great variety of Mmoklng: for Keerachaamg aod
We receive onr goods direct from the factory by nearly
every steamer, thoa fresh articles, which w.
offer to onr customers aud the public In general at tha
LOWE8T POSSIBLE PRICES.
WE ALSO CONTINUE TO MANUFACTURE
SODA WATER, LEMONADE,
And that world-renowned
BELFAST GINGER ALE!
723 m No. 83 Xooann atreet, nonolnla.
M. J. ROSE,
Shop on King St., Honolulu,
AVISO jrST TURNED OCT A FIXE
H Wagonetfor HIS MAJESTY KINO KALAKAU.
and no newspaper man or reporter having aald on. word
In regard to II, I shall, tberrfore, blow my own born. It
la ooiy recently that Carriage! have become so common
that almoat every householder bas got oue.
IN THE HCBIPTUKL8 Carriages, or Chariots, ar
qoently alluded to. Upon tbe flight of tbelaraelites frees
gypt, Xlnk Pharaoh pursued them with Sli Ilnsdred
Chariots, all of wheh were awliowd np by tb. waters
of tbe Red Sea. And when Israel mad. nphlamlod ta
pay bis son Joseph a visit, Joaeph telegraphed tb. old
gentleman to come down to Cuahen and be would maet
blm there and drive Llm down to Kgypt la a Jsgger
Chariots and Carrlagea were mostly osed by Kings and
Grandees on atate occaalona.
Tbe Grevka and Romans bad Chariots; hot strange to
say. It was aa late aa th sixteenth century. Sn ISM that
Carrlagea were lntrodnced Into Kraace, and at that date
only three were known In Paris, then quite a large city.
M. JT. ROME Is now prepared to furnish ainwet any
kind of vehicle that may be ordered of blm J Laa got som.
or the Deal Skilled Mechanics that can be bad in any
Alao baa received a large Invoee of AI.E KINDS OF
8 rilCU, aucb aa Hubs, Spokes. Felloes, Hhafla, aod on.
thousand other tblnga too numerous to mention. Bnt ta
convince yourself, Just call and C.
Can TJndenell any other Home in Town,
On account of Cheap Rente and my economical way of
Using. Will soon- have a Urge lot ef LIOUT BCGOIES
from a Celebrated alaanlactnrer of Camded, New Jersey
to sell on account of whom It may concern. Tit Iss
CALIFORNIA ELASTIC TRUSS
hasprvvedaoorfstarf ta aw. fur It entirely rnrrd my
palaful rupture lo nlns weeks, from which I tm ire seffer.
f. r Ave yeara. I look yoor advice and wore It day and
night YeukaxtconJcTTtdaUuli Jcmrmwu,fiTM
out ft ny Mas. U.E.U. Lajuiot, Saa Jose,
CALIFORNIA ELASTIC TRUSS
has aubalaailallr cured me of a bad cue of
rnptureotSOsearsaianding. I have tried all kinds of
trasses, both sel and eiutle. and sever received any
permament relief until I tried yours. I test tbat I aa
perfectly cured. sursxo J. Bcaxx. chief mall clerk 8.
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