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Notwithstanding Ihn Mustering rime of the wrathcr
thin week. Interfering somewhat with fhlpplnR move
ments, both Mrrlgn and local, we are pleased tn note the
ilcgie e of bnalns t activity In otir midst, which bids fair
The mall steamer Zealandia did not arrive (III NVr.I-
neday morning, having been detained for the mtill.
Her advleea are to the 18th lnt. The Commirtlal
Jttraid nf the 13th Inst contains the annual review, fclv.
InK very full unit complete tables nf all article of manu
facture, prodnet, Import and tiport for im. which
shows a steady gain In nil directions. Messrs, Wllllsms,
UlmonJ ft Co.' annnal clrcnlar for the Hawaiian Isl
ands Is also nl hand, giving n careful resume of the
market In nnr article, of produce, qnolatlona from which
appear elsewhere In this Issde.
The following monthly circular from Williams,
Illinond A Co, under dale of Jan 18th, shows therondl
tlon of their market for nnr prodncc t
"Our laat advices were dated, Shli nil., per City of
New York, since which tlmo wo hate to report a quirt
nr.d llinlled business In moat liranrhea of trnde ennse
qnent upon the holiday season, hnt we confidently
look forward to renewed aetlrlly. The prospect for an
abundant harvest the coming season la very favorable,
the rainfall In date amnnntlnr toll!( Inrhea.
HUOAK Thn market! without chance In prices, al
though the aupply la not ret quite rqnalto the demand,
owing hi me, lack nt receinis in limn lo inert tne larjn
calla In thn fall, for distant points, There are only
nirea In the trrcat tllalrlbi
demaml being leas aa la tianal In nild-wlntcr. l'rlrea
xn.in ,!) i,, , ,iri IIIBIKI,.
alight changea In the ireat i
are higher In the Kast. hnt no ehaniro ndrlaed from
jnanua since nnr last; me naae ncing ami ji.vi. wn
expect before long to report a rcrolntlon In thn melhod
i in -m
lrlrallnn,aa fa now customary In Knrope and America.
or aei inu sugars in .Manila aa on era navn ci
market to buy upon taluatlnns a determined by po-
lieretorore all al ea In Man I a hare been madn ent relr
by color without regard to aaecharlne strength, which
lin varied greatly In the same ahlpimint.
ItlCK-llefnre the arrival a the HaMriS and Valkln
burg, the supply In first handa waa closed by tho lob
liera at J'4c. and some .- CMJagcd to arrive by the
former "!, lnn!srrnfcrlandordrr,at the aamo price.
rimmarj,i , quiet, thrro being no enquiry atthc ino-fnej-ii
bnldera arc llrm, andlaalrate arc likely to be
maintained If tho rrcelpta are light, as la uxpected dnr
Inir the remainder nf the winter.
MOI.AHSKH There aro cnqulrlea, bill no stock In
flral hand find only ft email aupply with tho trade.
WIIAI.K Oil, Tlio balance nf the Siberia's cargo
(Itnsslan bottom) la aold at :t"JScduty paid. Dcalcra
TALLOWt-Yve quote BW et 6c for rendered and 7V, ffh
The PMBH Zealanilla arrived In port last Wednesday i
morning. Ibren ilaya ann a nair in ninu lime, men waa
ran.nl by tin non arrival of the Kngllih malla at San
The Am achr Farah Ann la laid np off Fish Market
whnrf. Declination unknown
Th( Haw bk Kalakana la atlll allheold Custom House
wharf loading for an Francisco Capt Jenka rsya he
will rail to-day aure, weather permitting,
The Am bk I.lralo Marhall la at Allen .fe ltnblnaon'a
wharf, where hc haa been taking ballaaU Hhc will
aall to day for IMigtt Honnd
The Am bktne l)lcory la at the Eaplanade, loading
for Han Kranclaco. Hlio will probably fall about the
middle nf next week.
The fir hk Urrle liedale la atlll dlarharglng at the
old ateamahlp wharf. Hhe will probably rail for Vie
totla, 11 C, In about a week.
The Am bgtne Hheet Anchor la at the Raplanade, ilia
charging a cargo of firewood frnm Aacenalon. It la un
certain at prraent whtre alio will go to frnm here.
The Am bk t'amden la discharging p. cargo of lumber
at the foot of Kort atrrct. Hhe will return to the Hound
about the middle of next week.
The Haw achr .John Young la at Tlhbeta .t Horenaon'a
whnrf repilrlng a hole In tho bottom, which Uapt Jenka
eaya waa dlacovered by peeing a cat crawl through It.
The Am achr Olana Spreckela will be deapatched for
Pan Franclico by Meaara W (I Irwin A Co in about tl
liiura after her arrival from Kahnlnl, from whlrh port
ahe la now due. Thrro arc nboiil W) pkgs augar In the
atorehnuao awaiting her arrlv.ll,
The V S S Penaacnla aalled from Hin lVincUco Jan 2
for Acapnleo nnd Pacific porta. It will probtbly be
some time ycl befors (he arrives here.
Capt K 8 Ttedfleld. 0' known to many of our real
dinta, dleil nt Man Kranclaco.Ian 2. lie wna a nitlvo of
Kllllngwnrth, Conn, aged Bl years and 9 months. He
leavca property valued at 3il,IM.
The following veaaela are now fully due nt thla port!
Viola, frnm Liverpool! It r Ilnendel, from llremenj A
P Jordan, Klla, nnd II W Almy, from Pan l"rancl
Tho bglne llarnrd. Miller, on the pnaangn to Han
KfRIlcljC", Her 20th, had n heavy gale which billed .XI
hours, shipped n large sen, which tilled tho cnbln villi
The Jane A Fnlklnburg, Hubbard, on thopnaaagetn
Man r ranciaco, repona inai on inc seconu liny mil irom
aliko for tlio atmly or llio mirsory. Ho wn
mi vtnliictilly litlnmnc, kintl licartcil mon, nnd
ilitnil) creatures Iinvo lost In htm n iiowotfnl
ailvocato mid frictnl.
this port shipped n sei nnd tilled tho cnbln with water;
remainder oi passage had lino weather with light south-
7iie for beat reflned.
WOOL Not much doln
itr. Wo nunte ran .Tnnouln and
Houthrrn IhStlTc. Htock. Jan I. eatlmalednt J.Mll.UUIha.
FMllllt-U n llaker'a Kxtrnl.8Ti; Starr Mills $165.
KKKIOItTS-ljurlng the first weelc In Ihla monlh,
the maiket was very quiet with trnnsnctlons at
t)s Liverpool and IBs Cork, U K. Abonl loth Inst,
farmers entered the niarkrt nnd vlrtnally cleared It nf
disengaged tonnagoand at belter rntcs, the laat charier
having been drnwn nt 72s IM Liverpool, Havro or Ant
werp. We qnoto tho market firm with only two free
vessels In port, though about fifteen are due.
PIKJJCTK!) DKPAHTUItKS-J A Falklnbnrg, Jan
Sfith; Ida McKay, Jan 39th. The new bktne W 111)1
mond will anil in about n month In tho Hawaiian Line."
Our shipping notes show tho A P Jordan, Klla nnd II
W Almy na hnvlng sailed for this port from Han Fran,
clscu, all of which are fully duo with assorted merchan
dise, cargoes, valued at $G0,H17. Wo do not sen by their
cargo lists that our short supply of hay will bent all
Improved, as but n small lot Is on the way, about 180
The condition of tho coal market, aa noticed last week
does not find a prospect of early relief, though several
cargocsjare en route. This itoiihtless has Ha effect on
rates for firewood. Tho recint cargo per brie Hheet
Anchor from Ascension Island found a ready market,
nnd Is nnw held nt gl' OTJ per cord.
A scarcity atlll exists In tho market for mnny stnplo
lines nf Kuropcnn goods through the non-arrival nf the
O F Hacndcl, now ICO days out from Ttremcn, with gooda
to replace, principally, tho cargo lost by lire w Ith the It
C Wylle last summer, in the Atlantic. Tills famliicwlll.
however, aoon gUe way to the proicrblal feast, as the
Haendel Is followed by the Atlanta, nearly due, as also
tho Vloln from Liverpool, due, nnd sctcrnl others from
Loudon, Glasgow and Norway expected In tho course of
a few weeks. Advices from Now York places the tlmo
nf sailing nf tho lmrk Cheshire In C'roseman'a line as
probably on thu 8th Inst.
Tho snlo nf renl estate mentioned In our last, to take
place on Haturday the 22nd Inst, failed to draw out
Tho uhallnc brlc Tronic fllrd has been sold, as fol
lows! K K Hinlth, iH-IKl! W II Kelly, :t2-IHl! IlUogan.
lft-il. Hhe will Iim commanded by Capi K V. Hmllli nnd
will aall toon for Jnpnn, and probably Uchntek Hen.
The bark Amy Turner, Newell, baa received a wheat
charter from Ban Francisco for Cork, al Jtsiasfid, Char
tered prior to arrlal.
The rcvenun cutter Thns Corwtn Is to bo dispatched
to the Arctic ngnin In May, tn search for the Jenunette.
Of the three barks which left this port on the 2jh of
November lost for Port Tow nsend, vUi Cnmden.ltnlnler
nnd Mnrlhn Hideout, the former came nut victorious;
their respective passages bring 17,31 nnd 4Udnys.
From Han Francisco, per Zenlandla. January Stllh M
dclncinvi 2ca hnta nno8cs shoes. 2 nkirs randv. 70 cs
apples; Ilnlllsler A Coi 0 cs cigars, 17 cs drugs, 17 cs
many competitors, and hut n portion was disposed of nt
ate on Maul, Molokol and Usual!, belonging to tho
bargains to tho purchasers
tobacco: A W Klchardsont ;ll cs boots nnd shoes, 1 cs
shirts; C (lertyi 1,1 cs shoes; J Lynch 1 20 cs boots and
snoea; i n iinvies: w mats rice, ni cs iirenci.ui pugs
Iron, 1 ca brushes; Mncfnrlano & Co: 10 kegs beer;
Holies A Coi 2 bis duck, 115 sks potatoes, 20 bdls
br(oms;T(l Thrnmi I cs stationery, etc; Whitney A
Robertson! 2 ca stationery! lilt Thomas! 1 cssnsh;()
Frledlanden 8 ca 1 pkg mdso; M J Kosei 'J cs mdse: O
I.ucasi 2cs brass; Pickering A Co: 2 csclgnrs; Hilling
ham A Coi 2 cs glassware, 2 cs castings; H Mngnln: 2
ca hats, hoots, etc; (Irlnbnuin A Co! ttl cs cognuc, 12 ca
mdse; flyman IlrosiXics mdse; Hackfeld A Co: 9 ca
cottons, iocs mdse, 1 cs cigars, 1 cs Inns; II May A Cm
42 pkgs groceries; J T Waterhouse A Co: 9 cs cottons,
etc; Wilder A Co, 10 cs ammonia, 2 cs purveying Inatrti
munla; Hawaiian Telephone Cm Hcsmalcrlnl: Supreme
ingcr iu pKga pomwa;
(I W King! 1 cp chickens;
l pkg muso;
Court! 1 cs stationery; A Singer- 10 pkgs potatoes:
onions, .)0 bxs npples, 4 cs oysters, I cs mdse: II Hrr-
F. O Hall: 1 cs books; (I V Wells: 1 plnuo,
Wcnner A Cm
C O llergcr: .1 cs glisswnro; L O Sresovlc"
bert: I bxa oysters; A Mejlla! 13 pkgs dry goods; Hack
feld A Coi 7 cs cottons, 3 bis 2 cs woolens; order: 12
pkgs mdse; and 410 pkgs to various Chinese firms.
From Port Townsend, per Cnmdcn, Jnn 21 3.19.MI
ft lumber, 123,000 shingles, SIIU pickets ti, II Hackfeld
From Bonabc, per Hheet Anchor, Jnn 25 A W
Tierce A Co, 120 corda wood.
A riKOKPTiiw vn lieltl mi Wetlnoadny nt
tlio Alliolnni Halo by II. H. II. tlio I'rlnccBfi
Hcgcnt. Tlio largo Court-room wns nrrntiRod
nil i reception room. Tlio I'rinccnn HcKcnt oc
cnnlotl n sent provided for her In front of tlio
ilniii, on lior right wns II. It. II. tlio Frlncean
Likcllko, nnd on lior loft II. II. II. Itttlli Kccll
kolnni. Tlio Mitiinlorii, tho Clttnctdlor, the
Asaocfnlo Judge, nil tho tifncliiln rcildltig in
or non tho enpitnl wcro prcaont with their In
dlrfl, nnd n Inrgo gntherlng of mr most promin
ent citizens. The Dlplomntlc Corps wcro first
iircscntcd. tho Consulnr Coriis. nnd then tho
public. Tho troops woro drnwn up in front nf
tho biiltdlnc;, ntnl tho bnntl. under Mr. llergcr,
pinyed tho vnriotifi nnlionnl nlrs ns ench He.
prcscntntivo or Consul nrrived nt, or left tho
building. Tho stall of tho King nnd of tho
Oovcrnor nttctided in ttnifonn nnd with tho
splendid dresses of Iho Indies inntlo a hnnd
norno coip tVcrll, II. It. 11. tho Princess Hcgcnt,
richly dressed in blnck volvct, received the
visitors, for whom chair woro provided
thrnughtut tho linll.
Ilchind tho sent provided for tho Princess
Itcgont n bcntitifnl vaso of ferns and fli)W"r
wns nrrnnged. c.i.! on uitiicr sldo n very hntid
snnio rillk ling, on thu loft ( from tho nudienec, )
tho nnlionnl ensign, nnd on tho right, tho Itoynl
stnndnrd. A photogrnph of tho sooti-cxpcctcd
stnttio of Knmchiiniuhn I mounted on n draw
ing of Iho pcdcBlnl wns Riispcndpd under tho
portrnit of .ludgo Allon. Tho olToct wns somo
whtit incongruous, ns tho dnrk nnd bloudod
shades of tho photograph of tho stnttio ron-
trnstcu strongly witlt tho moclinmctil tlrnwlng
of tho pcdcnlnl, but still it helps to givo otio
nn itlcn or wlint tlio uionutuent will lio Hko.
Tlicro suctiin to hnvo bcon sonio mistnko in
notifying both officials nnd tlio public ns to
tho hour and dotnils of tho reception, ns wo
know of mnny who wcro nnxlous to attend,
but missed by imperfect or incorrect informa
tion, ns to timo for tho reception of each
group, official, or civil, nnd only too short a
timo wns given for tho preparation of tho
Comt-hotisu, which was nevertheless vary ef
ond.iv next Mr W C
... i ... . .. .. . .- .. ,.
j-arK will oner ni auction -l parcels or properties sun
Knnaina Estate, which will doubtless bring out many
The Kalakana promises to get on" to-day for Ban Fran
cisco with n full cargo of domestic produce, and will
carry a mall, to bo followed by tho Discovery, and tho
Clans HprccKcIa next week.
PORT OP HONOLULU.
Jan 22 Schr Haleakala, from 111 to
Hchr Mnry K Foster, from Kona
23 Am bk Camden, Hnrdle, 30 days from Tort
Htmr Likcllko, from Windward Ports
Hchr Prince, from Kona A Kail
Hchr Kckauluohl, from Hnnalci
24 Am bgtne bhect Anchor, Knatel, 4-1 days from
2T.-P MBS Kealandla, Chevalier, 7 days 15 hours
from Han Francisco
Htm James Mnkee, from Kauai
28 Htm Mokolll, from Konlnti
29 Sfm C It Illshop, from Kauai
Jan 22 Swedish bk Hcrmlne, Lonngrcn, for Hongkong
Hchr Warwick, for Kalaupapa
Hchr Jennie Walker, for l'unnluu
Hchr I.thollhn, for llonuapo
21 Am achr W H Meyer, Howe, for Han Francisco
Htm Lchun, for Moloknl A liana
Htm Kllnucu Hon. for Kahului
Htm C It Illshop, for Knual
25-Stm Llkellkc, for Windward Porta
2ft P M H H Zcalandla, Chctilir, for Sydney
27 Am tern Compeer, Ilirkholm, for Pt Townecud
Hchr Lnka, for Kohnln
28 Hchr ilanuokawal, for llannmaulu
VeneU lit Port.
Jalult bgtne Nlcolaus
Haw bk Kalakaua, Jenka
Am sell Harnh Ann, Johnston
Am bktne Discovery, Pcnhallow
II r bk Lizzie lredale, Monaop
Am bk Llxzlo Marshall, Ucrgmann
Am bk Cnmdcn, Hurdle
Am bgtno Hheet Anchor, Kustcl
Vmmii EzptMstad at Honolala, froxa Torelga
Ililt bk Viola, Price, Liverpool, over due, Castle A Cooke,
Qer bk U F Haendel, Hchrock, Bremen, over due, II
Hackfeld A Co, Agenta
Uer bk Atalanta, Mohnnann, Bremen, dnc Feb 23-28, II
Hackfeld A Co, Agenta
llrlt bk Alkshaw, Talte, Ulnsgow, due March 15-20, G
W .Macfarlano A Go, Agents
Am bk Edward Nay, Johnson, Boston, due April 1-5,
C Brewer A Co, Agents
llrlt bk Highflyer, Hchcinann, London via Ht Michaels,
dun April o-to, C Brewer A Co, Ageuts
Hid bk Kiile, Ahlborn, London, due April 5-10, II Hack-
fimlil Jfr iTn lanfitd
For San Fmnclsco. ner W
lbs sugar, IC7.W0 lbs rice, VH ells
Merer. Jnn 2l-fKtt.")74
Us molasses. CO linens
Dnnanns. noni value, $19,m?.ii.
For Austrulln A New Zealand, per Zcalnndln, Jnn 2G
fi(J02 lbs pulu, 1 cs sugnrcaui'. Uoin Vnliic, JIW).
For Port Townsend, per Compeer, Jnn 26 1 cs cigars
nnd ballast. For Value, $100,
From Port Townsend per Cnmdcn, Jnn 24 J 31 Zcl
then. From Han Fmnclsco, per Zealandia, Jnn 26 Miss
Jndd, Miss Dickson. Miss It Dickson, J Iteynolds nnd
wlfo, Mrs Ilcbern, Miss L II Thompson, itev T II Has
kell and wife, WMllnrker, FL Norton. EDowlo nnd
wife, A (I Collin, II Himansnn, J T Hnow, J T Penny
Pucker. 11 M Hlakcslon. J P Bnltz. II Mnkov. K W Don-
nell, DWTnttle, J O More, Mr Morse, It II Fowler. F
baloy, J II Hoick, J I Davis, M 1) Mctlccchnn, I) la
brlel, Mrs Pntted, ll II Plcrco.'W E Callahan, W Rating,
A Mayer. W II I.ebnnd, J D Itnmsey. C Olson, Q Hall, F
Hayes, M C Atcn, C Caspar, and (1 Chinamen.
For San Fmnclsco, per W II Meyer, Jan 211 china
man. For Auckland and Anstralln, per Zcnlnndln, Jnn 2B
T Hlnclait and wife, W Llshmnn, V Knudsen, wife and
5 children. Miss Guy, Sir Arthur Stcphney, A Ornmllch,
Colin Chlsholrn, Sllss Ithodn Hray, C 1'rcldlaiidcr, SS
THE SATURDAY PRESS
Published for tho Satuhpat Tines Association by
Book, Job and General Printer,
Honolulu, II. I.
Tho Saturday Press cannot -undertake to return
communications, accepted or rejected, nnd we have tn
request correspondents to append their Hue names and
addresses, not necessarily lor publicatien. If so de
sired, hut as a guarantee of the good faith of the writer.
Eii. Satuhuat Pnxss.
JANUARY 29, 1881.
Haw bgtne Pomare, Tripp, 8 S Islauds, due In all Feb,
President Hoard Immigration, Agent
Haw bk Hawaii, Whitney, S 8 Islands, duo Iu all Feb,
President llnsnl iminli.rntltin Avmtt
thlneso stm Melfoo, Cunningham, from Canton, due
Feb &-10, Hlng Chung A Co, Agents
Uer bk Muse, from Norway, due April 1-5, II Hackfeld
A Co, Agents
Norwegian bk Beta, from Norway, for Maalaea, Maul,
due March 1-5, II Hackfeld A Co, Agents
Am bktne Ella, Turner, Han Francisco, due, C Brewer A
Am tern A P Jordan, Crack, Han Francisco, due, U
Hackfeld A Co, Agents
Am bk 11 W Almy, rrwruan, San Francisco, due,
Cattle A Cooke, Agenta
Am bk Cheshire. Bachelder, New York, to aall In Dec,
uastie s 1,'ooae, Agents
Gcr bk Henuine, Meyer, Canton, loading Dec 19, II
Hackfeld A Co, Agenta'
Am bk lUlnler, WuIrT, Utsalady, dat Feb 5-10, II Hack
feld A Co, Agents
Am bk Martha Hideout. Wtckberg, Port Townsend, due
Feb 1-3. Allen A ltoblnson. Agenta
llrlt bk Zoo, Campbell, Llwrpool, to tall in Jan, T II
Am bgtno Contuclo, Howard, San Francisco for Kahu
lui, duo. W ii Irwiu A to, Agenta
Am schr Twilight. Whitney, Han Francisco for Hllo.due.
Am tern Ida McKay, Johnson, Ban Francisco,- to aall
Jan U), 11 Hackfeld A Co.-AgcuU
V St H Australia, Carglll, from Sydney, due Feb U,
II Hackfeld Co, Agenta
V X l B City of Sydney, Dearborn, from Ban Francisco
doe Feb 19. II Hackfeld A Co. Agenta
Am bktue W II Dlmond, Hansen, San Francisco, to aall,
about Fab 1, W II irwiu A t,o, Ageuta
Am bklnt J A Falklnbnrg, Hubbard, ban Franclico, to
aall Jan 20, Castle A Oooke, Agenta
Am bgtne llaiard. Miller, Departure Bay, for Kahului,
.WUIrwln A Co.Agentt
uer db veaar. nouns, nreincn, 10 tan in Jan, n iiacc
raid A Co, Agtnli
Qti almr Lydla, , Cantou, to aall Jan It, II Hack
feld i Co, Agents .
Am achr Dashing Wave, Melander, Humboldt
Am bgtne North Star, Morehouse, Departure Bay, to sail
Jan art. Allen A Hoblutou, Agents
ArabUu Kate Budden, Bates, Newcastle, N 8 W, due
April 1-C, ..-' , Agenta
Am bk Harvest Home, Matson, Departure; Bay, 11 Hack
feld A Co, Agents
Am bglnu T W Lucas, Wentworth, Port Gamble, loading
Jan lt. 11 Hackfeld A Co, Agents
Am bktne Kate Fllcklnger, Young, Port Gamble, load
lug Jiu l. U Haekfcld A Cu. Agenta
Tuk Queen in her speech nt Iho opening of
Parliament, Juntiary Oth, dolivorcd nn tin
usually long address. Sho states that tho
Houses aro called to their duties earlier than
UBtiiil, as somo nflairs of tnoro than common
urgency demnnd tlioir attention. Relations
with Foreign I'tiworBnroproiiouncied harmoni
ous. The first subject taken in litind is ncca
Burily tho stnto of Ireland, which the Qovern
mottt socuiHto Bee only from tho optimist point
of view. Tho " Troa,ty uf Dorlin, " important
portions of " which havo sn hmg remained
without fulfiillmcut, cuntiiiuo la furmuu object
of anxious attention. " A rising in tho Trnns
vnal, and tho war in BaRtttoIatitl ure mentioned
with regret. Tho war in Afghanistan is
" brought to a close, and with the exception
of the Canduhnr force," Iho troops " have been
re-cnllcd within the (old) Indian frontier."
We tako tho Itoynl gpcecli and tlio picture
of public affairs in the British Empire to bo
rather too good to bo true. We hope to en
largo on the tnntter next week.
TjATioii nnd population is Btill the most
prominent question boforo us. Wo publish
elsewhere n communication received by tho
Bonrd of Immigration from Messrs. Hofinting,
concerning tho passengers to bo expected by
Theso will bo n vory vnlunblo addition to
our working population, but wo do not anti
cipate thnt they will rolicvo tlio stress on tho
planters fur field-hnuds. Of tho Chinamen by
tho Quiutrt only a small portion passed into
tho survico of while planters. Tho bulk wont
to tho rico plantations of tlioir fellow-countrymen,
or hnvo gono to swell the ranks of tho un
licensed pcddlors or city loafers.
Wo have not, wo bcliovo, any treaty rights
with China, but tlio fact is, that whereas any
Chinaman can land in nny port of entry in this
Kingdom, nnd go thenco wherever lio pleases
nnd cuter into any business or employment
which may best suit his tastes or capacities,
n Hawaiian cannot do tho samo in China'
Thcro, only certain "Treaty Ports" nro open
to tho "Fnnqiii " or foreign devil, and even
then, their lango is restricted to an aroa of
limited radius from tho landing point. If they
stray or attempt to do business beyond thnt
line, they will bo certainly hustled, mobbed,
and perhaps murdered. Wo venture a sug
gestion to tho Interior Ofltco and Iho Hoard of
Immigration. Might it no bo practicable, that
on tho arrival of a hordo of theso men, thoy
may be landed at tho Qtiarantino Station at
Fisherman's Point, and not lot looso on tho
country till somo effort was mado to render
each individual capable of identification, ami
somo prospect assured of his ontoring into tho
service of an individual or company who could
umlortako to see that lio goes straitwuy into
employment? Planters nnd employers gener
ally havo plenty of responsibility on their
bands ub it is, but it rests with tho Govern
ment to restrict tho influx of irresponsible, un
recognizable (Chinamen who work or do not
wotk, abide Uy law, or defy it, oithor at their
own sweet wills, or at tho bidding of their
Tlio flood of Chinese all men with excep
tions so fow as to be practicably unuoticcible,
which has arrived hero in tlio lust fow months
and more aro on their way has not sensibly
lowered tho rato of wages or nfloctod thu ar
rogance of this class oi workers. It is timo
that employers agieed together to resist tho
extortionate demands nf this closely-compacted
band, and let us gut our work douo, agricul
tural or domestic, at rates somewhat re
sembling thoto of other countries. There was
hero, at one time, an " Agricultural Society; "
an attempt was made recently to start a Royal
Hawaiian Planters Association, but tho former
has been extinct for years, and tho latter
never became a reality. Some organization of
tho kind is an absoluto necessity, and the
soonor it is set on foot, tho better.
donlly tho Oorcan question, ns between tho
Corcans themselves nnd Iho Husatnn", Chi
nese, nnd .fnpancse, must soon bo settled J
nnd nt present tho .Itipancso seem to bo inoU
fnvnurnblv sitttalcd for pouncing on nnd nn
noxing the "Forbidden Land" if thoy feel bo
Thf. Knrl of llcnconsucld, better known
perhaps nR Ilcnj.imin Disrncll, has Inlely pub
lished n now novel, under Iho tltlo uf " Ilndy
mlon." It sparkles with cpigrnm, bristles
with wit, is full of woll designed nnd
well doscribed situations, nnd brllllnlit dia
logues. Mnny of Iho characters nro not diffi
cult of Identification to those who iironcnunlnt
cd with tho leaders of politics mid society in
Knglnnd In the poriod ombrncrd in tho Btory,
roughly, from 18J0 to 1930. Tho ycry nnmes
of tho charnctors nro highly Indicntivo of tho
tastes of tho author. Hndymion, or more
completely, Kndymlon Ferrari, Is tho hero of
tlio story, ntnl is no tiouni ns gnou n iikcucsh
of Disrncll himself, ns wns " David Coppor
flcld " of Dickens. " .Inli Thornbcrry " seems
to bo n compound of Win, Cobbott nnd Rich
ard Uolxlcu. So, Mr. Vigo Is compounded
apparently from l'oolo the fashionable tailor
nnd Hudson who wns onco called tho " Rail
way King." Dcsplto occasional anachronisms
Lord Roehamptou Is PalmcrBton and Prlnco
Florrwtan ts Louis Nniioloon. The Count of
Forroll is unmistakably to bo recognized
If only by a singlophiaso. Ho Is nskutl how u
certain political problem Is to bo solved, nnd
nnswers, " thcro is only one wny by blood
and iron "that must bo Illsmnrck. In tho
second chapter wo como to Xenobla tho " queen
of London, of fashion, and of tho Tory party.'
Tho third introduces us to Kndymlon hltnsolf
and his twin sister Myra; nnothor lady is
Ailrlnnn, nnothor Imogono. Thoro is nlso a
llaron SorgltiB, nnd n Sir. Tndpolo, which Int-
tor wo fitncy wo hnvo mot with in nn cnriy
novel by Disraeli whon it wns intended for
tho Rt. Hon. Jim. Wilson Crokor, whoso
"jacket" wns so severely "dusted" by
Macatilay. Howovcr, this new novel, nblo ns
it is, and interesting to .a certain portion of
English society would bo "caviare to tho
general " here. Such public men ns Canning,
Wolllngton, Pool, O'Connol, ami other paascd
away statesmen, whoso names could bo used
to conjure with, at tho ditto of tho Htory, mo
simply quoted without disgtiiso. Tlio book
which was etigorly bought up in Englnnd nt
something like eight dollars a copy has been
bi ought out iu tho Seasido Libtnry at 20 cents
Intend tn allow any of our movements to go out In these
rases If we can help It. The same la trneof the silver
watches, and wo trust that yon will In fnlnre And It
easier lit keep np prices and secure i frslr proflt.
ens nat nonniN a ArrLRTON.
If yon want any real Valenciennes Lacei you will find
them al A. M. Mellla', 101 Fort Street.
Tn the SngarManufactureaof the Hawaiian Islands.
P. TULIfY would respectfnlly offer his servlcea as s
Sugar Holler, having had twenty years csperlence In
that capacity In other countries, and three In this. He
feels competent to till tho position In any Uniting
House In this Kingdom. Oood references given If
required. ADDItKHS BOX 111,
KM ill nm l'nst Ufllco Honolulu
Out Mrs. Fashionable I what a lovely Poplin dress
you haves where did you get It f At the new Hlore of
A M..Mkiiis, whereyou will flnilall the, latest ttyli a and
OKO A. MOOItK, President. W. II. CLO.VKMS, Vice President ami Medical Director. R. II. MOTT, J ScCy
patterns of Ilrcss Uoods.
101 Fort street.
From tht Svilnty Dally Ttlegmph, Juim 20, 1P80.
The Waltham Watch Company have been awarded the
only gold medal given for watches at Hie Sydney Inter
national Inhibition, and are tho only exhibitors In any
class from thn United Stoics who hnvo received this
distinctive recognition. M. MeINKItNY,
1 Kola Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
To ns nn !ottii ns.ls the question of tho day. If
yon wantfo It In stylo you must gel one of tho real
Maltese Laco Collars nt A. M Mellls', 101 Fort Htrrct.
III ai5 I in
Bi;TV15KN IlOJfOljUJjU and
Jloanalna, n Hank Hook, with Cerllfetlea to Iho
amntiiitnt 'M. Anytnrsoii finding the nbotr and re
llirntii" samo lo the flank will be suitably rewarded
Hi li JOHN C KUWAHDS.
MOTIOi: TO GIlKlMTOnS.
PKIIN05N CI.AIMI.'l TO III. ltf.D-
llnra of Tung Alo, of Ifnlkr, Maul, are hereby re-
aneslciltn tiresont their bills to the umlcrsigncil without
clay as a dWidend Is reedy to bo paid. Claims not pre
sented will bo barred
HOFFriCIILAKUKH A CO.,
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
1007 and IOOO Sooond Street. Sacramento.
To all Desirous of Securing tho Ilcncflts of life Insurance:
The first consideration wllh applicants for llfo Insurance Is, or least shnnld be, SAFETY, Will lha
monev nald out for the Policy 'i prudently Invested I Atellie affairs of the Company honesllv and efficiently
admlnlsterrd ? when the Policy becomes a claim, will It I") promptly paid, and thus (ho object which Induced
the payment nf the premiums bo fully attained J These are queries naintally suggested, and the character of tho
answers determines the course nf the questioner and Hie select on nf his Li mtstiy.
In thli fcoun" tlon tli"lanagrr of Hie PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFK INrlCJItANOK COMPANY respectfully
i. . i.. ... ...i. ...i. ii.. siintinrt rMffa sm! latenii tils enneernlntr thrlr Comnanvt
I. Hlnce Ha nrganlratlon, A. I). IN, It has paid .1M death losses, nn policies amonntlng In tho aggregate to
9.D03 !Tri , -
' 2." It haa paid to policy holders, for matured endowments, dividends, and inrrcntlcr alues, In ronnd nam-
''il 'its' losses have been paid promptly nnd wllhont litigation. Nn Judgment arising from a Poller Claim
ever been rendered against It, and It has no sultanf this character pending.
4. It has repeatedly been examined by sworn experts, and most thorough anil searching Investigations mado
of Ha condition and bnsluess, and IN KVKiiY CASK Its solvency and trustworthiness bate been demonstrated.
B. Its stockholders and Directors aro widely known ns among the most capable business men and ablest
financiers nf the mate of California, and tho Integrity of their management la unquestioned.
n. The lows nf Ihe Htate, Including the constitutional provisions ahYetlng corporations, are of the most rigid
character, such as to mike thu company one of the safest Institutions of its kind.
Hecilnn i) of Article XII nf Hie NKW CONSTITUTION of Ihe Hlatn of California, la aa follow!
" Hrc. n. Kach stockholder of a corporation or joint stock association shall be Individually ami personally
liable for snch proportion nf nil lis debts and liabilities contracted or Incurred dntlng the tlmo he wna a stock
holder, as the amount nf slock or shares owned by him bears tn the whole of the subscribed capital slock or
shares of Ihe corporation or association. The Directors or Trustees of corporations and Joint stock associations
shall ho Jointly nnd severally liable lo the creditors and stockholders for all moneys cmbezaled or misappropriated
by the nflleers of such corporation or Joint stock association, during the term of olllccor such Director or Trustee."
7. Its policy contracts contain no restrictions upon residence or travel, and its forma of lniuranco are tin
usually attractive. The Low Hate, Deposit Kndowment, and .Mutual Investment Policies, are pecnllar to this
Company, and ofler advantages tn the Insured which are not surpassed, If equalled, by those of any oilier
8. When desired, Policies can be registered by tho Insurance Commissioner of California, nn the payment
nf a moderate fee. Hilda Policy holder III the PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFK INSUHANOK COMPANY OK CALI
FOIINIA haa then the absolute guarantee nf the Slate of California that the money held by this Company against
Iho contingency of his death, la secured by bonds and morlgoges deposited In Ihe State 'treasury. Willi Decem
ber Hist, IHI'J, the Company closed Its eleventh year, and In so doing n (Tunis Ihe only Inslanceon record In which a
life Insurance company In Iho eleventh year of lie existence waa enabled tn pay its ilenlh losses from Interest
receipts! not only was this done, but In addition thereto a considerable rurpliia remained.
llellevlng ourselves entitled t the conlldeiire and business nf stirh aa propose effecting Insurance! upon
human life, we solicit their pnlro.iage, and pledge ourselves tn discharge to tho bestuf our ability, the Important
ntnl snrrril ilnlv ilmotveil tltioll 0 '
liOIIBIrTflllKltWOOIl, 8AMUKL LAVIINSON, CIIAHLKH N. FOX
I. ii. UAiiiteii.ii, ii. u. ui.AllK,
OKO. A. MOOIIE, F.DW. CADWALADXR,
lltlfill M !,A HUE, W H. CLUNKBS,
I). W. KAIIL. K. K ALHIP,
Dniac-rniis lMnrid MirrOAf. Lira Ihsuramci CoarAXT.
rpiIKIlK WILL JJK A MTCKTJNG
X of the Shareholders of the Kaplolanl Park Associa
tion on Monday evenln', February Slat, at IU o'clock,
nt the Armor), Per Order.
IR13I H.M8t 11. MAOFAHLANK. Secretary.
f1IIP. AHT.'VKIIHIIIP l-XINTI.-VM VKDRR
tho name, style and tltlo of llrniit, Nicholson t
Ilrlgstockc, has been this day dissolved by mutual con
sent. W. POllSYTIl (JltANT,
O. S. IIKKIHTOCKK.
II. WIIALLUY NICHOLSON.
Kllanea, Kanal, January HI. IrHI. M 2t
TOPICS OJFTHE DAY.
Mr. Tennyson has published a new vol
ume of pounis. It contains amongst others
"Tho First Quarrel," "Rizpah" "Tho North
ern Cobbler," "The Revenue" "The Village
Wife," and at least a dozen othor pieces, uf
which we remember to havo soon only ono
Tub following statistics of the imports at
San Francisco from tho Hawaiian Islands,
which wo collato from the 5. F. Merchant's
annual trade rcviow for 1880, will be of in
terest to our readers. Sugttr is our most im
portant product nnd tho subjoined tnblo will
show that the amount received from this King
dom is much greater than that reported from
all other Bources combined :
K-port of steamer Zealaiittla, Chevalier, Commander,
Lett tU V M H 8 CVa wharf, Sau Franclico. Jau 161b
t i:Uj discharged pilot I4M1 m. blghteU ilolokal
Jan Hth at Si M a m. and received Houolula pilot on
koanl at Ti IS a m. Kxporlcuct-4 light B W winds until
Bight of tho -tttb. when a fresh h W gale with heavy
tain was encountered. Passed elvamer City of Sydney
at noon on lha Sid. At T pin aanio evtnlug during a
quail all Ihe mast-heads aud yard arms were brilliantly
lit up with the " St. Kliuo" light. Tho phouoiaeuou
laaeca uver uaii mn uuur.
8an Fiumcisou, AiuuviDi
Dec t7 Qer bk. Lasker, Kaeuaua, bene Dec It.
r Am bgtno Consu4lo, Howard, hence Dec IS.
W-P M U a Zaalaudla. Chevalier, hvuee Dec kl.
Jan ll-Au bk Amy Turner. Newell. hence Dec iU.
IS Ant bgtua HaxarJ. Miller, htuea Dec i'l.
14-Aiu batua J A Falklaburg, Hubbard, bence
Font OAai. Aaaivaui
Dec -Aa bk Ualulsr. WulaT, Ueuce Nov SB.
Jaa 6 Am bk Jonuy Pitta, Blsvert, keuco Dec II,
ro luviisis, jaawvaiM
Ykuavk to notice thodoath of the great
writer, so widely known us " Georgo Eliot,"
(hough few renders were unawaro that the
real namo was Maria Bowes. Sho was sixty
years old at the timo of her death, and had
been beforo the world as a writer for over
thirty years. Sho was a diligent scholar and
u most painstaking nnd exact writor. Her
manuscript were often written and rewrit
ten, concctod aud re-corrected, beforo they
suitod her own faatidimis and cultivated luste.
Wo like her best Iu "Situs Muroer," " Aduin
Bede," and "Scenes of Clerical Llfo," which
appeared between 18S8 and 1801. "Rotnohk" In
1803 perhaps marked tho culminating point of
her genius, for her wannest admirers must
allow that the reading of " Middcuiurch " is a
tolerably tough undertaking, and "Daniol
Derondu," to a great degree nbsolutely tedi
ous. Yet uo ono can question tho extraordi
nary powors of this gilted laely. Her study
of Qeritmn literature, of John Stuart Mill, and
Ilerbcrt Sponcer, occasioned hor to ruako hor
latei stories metaphysical disquisitions, rather
than novels as usually so called. Hor literary
career is ono uf the most notable amongst
women of tho nineteenth coutury.
Anotiieu well-known uainu which now
belongs to tho past 1 that of Frauk UuckUtid
who died lately at the ago of fifty-live. Ills
father wu widely knowu iu scientific and
literary circles us the Uov. Dr. liuckland,
JJcun of WeHtmiuster, and ouu of the most
protuiiiont mctubers of tho then limited group
of geologists. Young liuckland was curo
fully educated for the medical profeasiou, and
lu elue liiiio recotveet u cointntaatou uu assist.
ant surgeon in the Uoyal Horse Guards. Ills
tastes and inclinations always led him to the
study of natural history and lis waa one of
the foremost naturulUts of tho day. An
eiwrgetio ninber d Fellow -of tka Royal
Zoological iociety, he supplied their gardens
iu Kegeut's Park with many rare mid valua
ble specimens of birds, boasts, and fishes.
Bows ysars ago ks waa wide a coniuisatMsr
. a giu,su3
. i.ou, ua
. S.0J0 UU)
J.s s Im eck Allc. MaUtlwoa. tnm Hllo.
4-Aju bk Martha aUJesut, WttiWm, he net Nov BB.
Jas S-A-u bk CoIdou, Mom, buses ov !.
Jan a-AmbTWLi''i0ta.hencaDecii.jstorcpott on the ocssu and river fisheries of
Xm wslV.Aai.'vsI.'l" "" ,U 1 ' ""i Irslawi, aud in this caps.
vhj. wiwtHcei a vast mumm w viihsum iworvia-
Itiou. Ills writings am not only scisuli&o but
full of quaint knuior, sad auseioU, suiUUo
The molasses received from these Islands
shows about tho same rotation to imports (rum
other countries nB the augur, The amount was:
382 tierces, 1,871 barrels and 1,573 packages,
Tho amouut of coffee imported from hero, is
77,000 pounds less thu it tliat received from
oilier sources. In 1873 the imports, of coffco
from hers amounted to 397,200 pounds'; in
1808, only 13,813 pounds and 1800, 100,863
pounds. Of rice, 3,030 packages and 81,869
bags were imported trow hero during the your.
The wool imports were 139 socks and 3,300
bales; hides, 2,070 bundles number, 10,
271 ; skins, 286packogoe utimber,2,lH0 ; tal
low, 31 cusks; syrup, 3S0 kegs and 188 hal(
barrels. Tho review shows our extiort trade
to bo iu a prosperous condition, and though
there has been a falling-nff in somo itoius as
compared with previous years, the uggregato
makes a nattering exhibit.
Tub Japanese seem to havo got 'their feet
firmly planted on Iho sacred soil of Coreu.
Their settlement of FuRan, founded on tho
south point of the peninsula in 1877, has
already 2,000 Japanese inhabitants. A consul
resides in tho town for tho protection of Jap
anese interests; a consular residence lias been
built, ss well as u school and a hospital, Tho
rapid iucreaso of trade bus mads a chamber of
commerce necessary, with a suiluble house
near tho consulate. Numerous restaurants
have been opened in which'tho Japanese can
refresh tliemsolvts after tlieir native fushioiu.
or, if of progressive propensities, iu. the Kuro-'
peau style, umieiing is actively goiRX oa,
aud unless some check comes from thVsids of
the Coreuns, Fustu will soon .bo a populous
aud important town. The goods itnportsd arc
only to a small extent the product of Japs ;
they mostly coins from Kurops sud Atiisriaa.
In 1870 ninety par osstt, of Iks imports waa
from Kurope. It was stated tits othsr day
tkattbs Kussiaa Oovstmhsb wasssaaHag a
warsWp to esrsfull ssrvsy Um ooasts of
Jap; Wt tks sfapaasM bavs alsssdy ds
Ibis .tor tbsusssives, aada copy of Um wkwrt
assy, ws Uliovs, basssily obtabsd. 8vU
Tnr. Concert Inst eve-ninR for tlio Iirttish Ho
ncvolcnt Sociuty tvns n uruat success from a musi
cal point of viow.nnel wo hoio mny bo so from tlio
linnnclnl. it is a pionsiiiK siuui to see laicntoei
ntnnleurs of a vnnety of nntionnlitles como for
wnrd to lend their services on nn occasion snch ns
this. Tito Concert wns opened by a alee of Sir
Henry Hisliop's. hiiiir by the Musical bocioty, noxt
wns tho hour, "I Ijove the 1mshkh," liy Mr. More
nnd tho bnliiul, " WnitluK" smijf by Mrs. Pierce.
Theso wore followed by the "Trio11 Llfo Hns no
rower," admirably uiven by Mrs. Hnnford, Mr.
W. liall, and Mr. W. L. Jones, tho principal of
l'unnhou Collecc. A sonbyMr. A. II row n, wns
loudly npnlnuifed, nnd nn oucoro bciiiK called for,
lie uLliKiifulyNrosponeled. for tho Quartetto in tho
programme a full chorus was substituted nnd ap
preciated ns it outjht tr be. Thu Misses YtnuiK
played tho "Last ltosp of Suuimcr" villi varia
tions, nently'nnd nrtistically. Mrs. ltuosell, n now
comer amonejst us, kindly Hang " I.a FnrfnlletUi, "
in ndniirnbto stjlo. Then a eiunrtctte by Msr.
Hnnford, MissO.i:. Jones, Mr. W.W.Hnll nnd Mr.
W. LJoneS, a composition by Abl. wns very Rood.
Mr. Theoj II. Dnvlen' sons "The thre s.illor
boys" wns loudly encored nnd "Nnnoy Leo" wns
Riven In rosponse. with Rroat mte nnd Rood
taste. A duott benntifullv snnc by Mrs. l'atv nnd
Mr. Hnrndcn "Do you remember" wns tho niott
brilliant pioco of the ovenitiR, until Mrs. Paly sang
" 'ion ma my uotrt "wo nave, mevii tn us nearu
thissoiiR from this Rifted nmatcar Indv nnd wo nil
bono to hear hor nRnin. The plee " Hr.il to tho
chief " wns well sniiR by tho society nnd tho enter
tainment concluded with tho "Anvil Chorus "
" 11 Trovatore " by tho society nnd members of tho
Honolulu Iron Works. Thoro wns no fault iu tho
arrangements, mid each pieces succeeded tbo other
without pauso or delay. Only one recommenda
tion wo havo to make is that a more convenient
method bo provided for enabling tho ladii'n mid
nentlemen who nro so kind ns to sine on theso
occasions, to pass from their seats to tho staRO
without having to go out of doors for tho purpose.
Mrs. T. It. 'Wnlker nnd Meiurs. Uergor nml Jones
plnycd tho accompaniments, nnd it would bo nl
most nn impel tinenco on our part to Bay that they
did so thoroughly well. The house was full nml
overybody pb-nsed. Wo thank tlio ladies and gen
tlemen who Riivo their services to so worthy a,
TnK following from a Berlin paper of Dec
ember Oth. will be interestluu to our readers:
"There aro two Ruosts in tho Cnpitol "of the
German Empire, from n somewhat distant, nnd
comparatively ntrango country viz, tho Sandwich
Islands. Theso wore sent here by tho King of that
l'ncifio Group to lio instructed in tho various
sciences Civil nnd Military. For this pnrpose the
King, Kalakana, hns sent a letter to Princo
Ilcinrich, roferrinR to tho visit of thnt Vrinco to
Honolulu, rofurriiiR to the hifih admiration which
nil parts of tho world have nccordod to Germnuy,
on ncconnt of the Rrent degree of perfection to
which sho hns brought education nnet organization,
uivii, Aliutnry, nnd wavai. xio expresses tue ue
fiiro that one of the young man bo admitted to the
Academy of Wnr, and the other to tho Acndomy
of Maiiuo Instruction. The Itoynl letter, whiob.
has been brought here by Celso O. Moreno, form
erly the Minister for Foreign Affairs in tho Sand
wich Islnnds, and who accompanied the young
men through America and to Karopo is forwarded
through the Chamberlain of the Crown Princo to
Kiel, and the Hawaiian guests ore now awaiting
Followino is a summary of the Tolico Court
proceedings for tho past week : Kapihi, drunken
ness, forfeited bail, $C Knolelo nnd Kumnhon,
samo'charRe, alio' forfeited if 0 bnil each. Kamalca
and Luikn, charged jnrith having opium in their
possession, pleadld guilty, nnd weroeach fined $S0
and $1 costs, and sentenced to four months' im
prisonment. Cbsa. Miner, Dan Wilson and Harry
ltbsongr.iiu. disturbing quiet of the night ! Miner
was nneu fa nrid fi.iu costs aim witson nna uo
Bongrain were each fined $4 nnd f 1.10 costs. A.
Oilman, driving without alight, pleadod guilty
and was fined 5 and l costs, li. A. Welch,
charged with refusing ito oboy her father, found
not Ruilty and discharged. Young Hanson, drunk
enuess, pleaded guilty nnd was fined S5 nnd $1
costs. Malaea, ,w., deserting and refnaing to Ue
with her husbiind'Aiona, o., was round guilty nnd
Bentenoed to one, month's ImpriHonmont at hard
labor nnd costs 'taxed at 3. J. P. Ityan, aBsanlt
and battery on Capt. Hardy, found guilty nnd
sentenced tq four nionttw imprisonment at hard
labor, and costs taxed at fl-t).
A ceicket match was olnveel on tho Mnklkl
ground, on Saturday, between tho 2nd eleven of H.
O. O. nnd nn eleVem of the P. C. C. Mr. O. Perry
acted as captain f taS latter. We gave the names
of the nlayera. last week, and, now append the
score. The match was won by tho H. C. U., on
whose side G. Wodohouso and the two Lishmans
did good service, While the bowlltw of IL Whitney
tookino less thsn five yviekots. Of the P. O. O. tho
best Score wasteaas by C. Perry, who vas run out
after making 19 ; Murphy, came next, with 10. A
return match, is proposed for Saturday, 6th prox.,
when there vfll probably be a very close match.
We append tbo scores of last Saturday's gams t
itpsiiLyiptC. c 2d elsvxx,
T1IIK VXIIKItMIClNKII 1IAVINO ItKT.X AP
liolntnl Assignees for tho Kstate of Atona, of I.a
lmlna, .Mnnl, hcrroy give notlco to all persons Indebted
to tho aulil o statu to lonko Imuirillato payment to It.
N'pwton, l.nlinlnn, or to tho mitlvrslKncil; nml all persona
cluitnliiK to ha cte'illtors, to present their claims Imme
diately lo the uiiilcrrlxiietl at Honolulu, Oithu.
1.1). IIUKKHUHI.AKUEIl A. CO.
Honolulu, SSth December, 18). ia lm
t IP llfllfflll'IftU
I.. H. ADAMS,
Genernl Agent, Honolulu.
ALFRED IYI. MELLIS
Has Just Received ox late Arrivals, a Largo
Assortment s, Merchandise
TO PLANTERS AND OTHERS
I II EO TO NOTIFY
Planters and the Public
THAT I AM THUl'AIlTEIl TO
furnish; plans and estimates
Steam Portable Tramways.
With or without Cara nnd Locomotives,
Specially adapted for Sugar Plantations !
Steam l'longhing nnd CaltivntinR Mnchinory,
Traction KninoH and ltoad Locomotives,
Locomotives for nny nui;o of Itailway,
l'ortnblo KngineR for nil purposos,
Viiulint; KiiKincH for Inclines.
MESSRS. JNO. FOWLER & CO
Of I.ccels, Entrland, whom I represent, have supplied
I'ortahlo ltullwavs for Wuxar Plantations I" Culn, Trini
dad, Dcmarara, Peru and -Moxlco, for all of which places
they havo supplied Htcani Ploughing Machinery,
Tney hnvo ulsn during the last 15 years niuiiiilactnrrd
Locoinntlsca for ltalluys In Oicat Ilritaln and tho Col
onics, India, Mexico, Ceylon, Egypt and 1'cru, from !M
lnch gangs uii to 5 feet 3 inch gauge, and suited for all
kinds of trucks and trafllc.
They havo supplied the tiovcrnmcnisortircat llrltalc,
Germany, ltussla nnd Italy with Traction Engines
which have given every satisfaction, as well as larpo
numbers for private use.
Any communications to be addressed to R. II. Fowler,
earn of Vf. h. Green, Esq., or O. W. Macfarlano & Co.,
Honolulu, who will act as tholr Agents.
Catalogues, with illustrations, models and photo
graphs or iho above plant and machinery may bo seen
at tho office of el. W. Macfarlahc ic Ca. .
11. 11. FOWLER, for
JNO. FOWLElt A CO.
N. II. I propose to visit tho different Islands during
he next few weeks, and shall bo pleased lo glvo any In
tormatlou with regard to the application of thedlOerent
styles of the above machinery to each locality.
&3 R. 11. tOWLER.
ESPECIALLY ADAPTED TO THIS MARKET, COMPRISING:
Ladles' and Children's Dresses,
Ladles' and Children's Hosiery,
Ladles' and Children's Cuffs and Collars,
Ladles' and Children's Hllk Tics,
Ladlea' Embroidered Waists,
Ladles' Embroidered Chemisettes,
Lndlcs' Hat Falls-Silk,
Ladles' Shetland Shawls,
Ladles' Ilreakfast Shawls,
Ladles' Ileal Blnltes) fjtce Collaira,
yilks, Satins, Velvets,
Poplins, Ilrocaded Velvets,
Real Irish Linens,
Lawns, Delaines and Moomles.
Oents' and Children's Tweed Snltl,
Ocnts' and Children's Linen Hulls,
Clsnta' nnd Children's Rata and Caps,
Ocnts' and Children'. White Ool'd Hhlrta
Ocnta' and Chlldren'a " Hosiery,
Oents' and Chlldren'a Handkerchlofa,
Oents' Colored Silk Handkerchiefs,
Oents' Kino Merino Underwear,
Gents' Whito Duck Coats,
Gents' White Silk Coats, ' '
Ijiccs I Ijtee I l.sicea I
White Headed Silk Laces,
Malteso Lace, .
lllack Silk and Oulplcr Laces,
Real German Shrcad Lace,
Real ValezLOiennes Laoes!
SUPREIE COURT OF THE II A -wnilan
Islands. In probate-. In the Estate of
CLARENCE W. COOKE, of Honolulu, 11. 1., deceased
Intestate, lleforo Mr. Justice McCully.
On reading and tiling tho petition of Claba Cooke,
widow of taid C. W. Cooke, alleging that said Clarence
W. Cooke, of Honolulu, Oahu, died Intestato at Hono
lulu, Oahu, on the 4lh day nf March, A. D, 1880. and
praying that Letters of Administration and of Guardian
ship oftho person and property of Juliette Moiitaguo
Cooke, a minor, Issue to petitioner, said Clara Cooke;
It Is ordered that WEDNESDAY, the 16th day of FEU
KUAKY, A. D. 1881, bo and hereby la appointed for
hearing said petition beforo theald Justice, In the
Court Room of this Conrt, at Honolulu, at which time
and place all persons concerned may appear and show
cause, If any ihcy have, why said petition should not bo
granted, and that this order be published lu the English
language tor three successive week. In the " Saturday
Press" newspaper, In Honolulu.
Dated Honolulu, 11, 1., '.'ith January, A. D. 1881.
Justice of the bupremu Court.
Attest: A. Rosa, Deputy Clerk.
Castlk A Hatch, Attorncja for Petitioner.. SB St
KsaMIltCMt: C'OIHT OF TIIK HAWAIIAN
t9 Islands, In Probate. Island of Oahu, Hawaiian
Islands, aa. Iu the matter of tho Ertato or EDWARD
EV1-; It r.ri'. deceased. Order appointing tlmp for Pro
bate of Will aud directing publication of notice of tho
ment of Edward Everett, deceased, having on the SUth
dav of Januarv. A. D. lttil. been nrcsvnteu to said Pro
bate Conn, and a petition for prubatu thereof, and for
tne issuance ur letters lesiami-inary to '1 nomas w,
J. O. Carter, It Is hereby ordered that TUESDAY, tho
Tablo Linon and NnpkinB, Whito Dnmnsk,
Grcon nnd Red, Red nnd Blnck, Gold and Brown Rep Table Covers,
Whito and Brown S, 9 nnd 10-4 Sheetings,
Whito and Brown Russian Towels,
Embroidered and Checked Honeycombed Bedspreads.
All these Articles were Selected with the Greatest Care by my Agents
In New York, Europe and San Francisco, and nro now offered hore for sale at
the lowest possible margin abovo first cost'.
IP YOU WANT TO GbJT GOOD BARGAINS, it will pay you to try me before
ALFRED M. MEIXIS,
820 104 Fort Street, JJrwr' Week .BaMlvI
t. nnr iL'l 1amaua1
bate of Will and dlrectlA;
C-Ol'KT OF THE HAWAIIAN
in rmuiie. jimwi ui uuh, ,, u
III the Matter of the Estate of THOMAS
Order appointing time, for 1'ro-
pUDiicunon oi nonce oi tne
A document, purporting to be tho last Will and Tes
tament or Thomas K. Cooke, deceased, having on the
11th day of January A. D. 1831, been presented to said
Probate Court, and a petition for the Probate thereof,
and for tho Issuance of letters testamentary to William
C. Parke, having been filed by him, ll Is hereby order
ed that TUESDAY, Ihe first day of February, A. !).
LU. ... ,11 n,-t t. A U -.1.1 .lo-. a. .1. ',.
Room of said Court, at Alliolnni Hale In Honolulu be,
and the same Is, hereby appointed the lime for proving
anil nearing saia application, wnen ana
where any person lntcri'SPd may appear and contest
Will, and Ilia granting or letters testamentary.
It la furthered ordered, that notlco thereof be given by
In the Hatnr-
day Preas a newspaper printed and published In Hono
lulu. It Is fiithercd ordered, that citations be Issued to
thn tihrrlhtntr witnesses to said Will, and to the
heirs of the testator in this Kingdom to appear and
contest, tne protiale or said win, al ine lime appoiniea.
Dated Honolulu, II. I. January 13th, l(tl.
A. FRANCIrt JUDD,
Attest! A. ROSA. Justice Hnpremo Court.
Deputy Clerk. 20 t
COLLEGE OF ST.
AND.HAWAIIAN . , ".
COMMERCIAL & BUSINESS ACADEMY,
HONOLULU, OAHU, 8. 1.
TniS IN8T1TUTIOX BKIKG RE
inote fiom city allurements, U aa acknowledged
safeguard for moral for salubrity of climate, I Unri
valled. Tho building, are large and coasmodloui, vrblla
the grounds afford the popll. opportunltle for health
Unremitting attention will lm given to the Intellectual
and moral culture of the pupil., Non-Catholic pup Ha
will be free to attend the religious exercises or not, ac
cording aa their parent, or guardian, may desire.
Pupil, are received at any limn during the year. No
reduction will bo made from regular charges, except for
ausuiicv musvii vj uruuacicu liinrss.
No leave of absence during the scholastleyear.except
'v elothlnr. Ac Ac..
will be furnished at moderate cost by the College; but
at tho College vacatlona or by special permission
form, which with all other nccessar.
Kach pupil must on entering obtain one suit of oni
i document purporting lo be the last will and testa
nt of Edward I'verett, deceased, having on the SUth
r of January, A. D. ltwl, been presented to said l'ro-
HfA rint litnlng:
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V. H. 8waMv, KJIolllson...
W. at. Olikfl, run out ..;,.-.
u. it, cartoai,
H. M. WhlttttMr...
, b Vm
. b Moll
j. ii, woaafwu
n. sa. uiapsin, lun vu.......v,
ih. b Mollliuu
W. l.l.hmaa, c and b Terry..
T. I.Uhuuii.hiotout ,...,,
tiyes.o; wiu.s, .,... ...,,..
T rAcirio c. v.
Murphy, b Whitney. ..,....
J. Ashuorth, b Whitney
V, Ives, run out
J. Wright, c J. Llshman, b Whitney...
C, K, Perry.rupftut. ,
J. Molllsou, WfWlley,-.,. ..',,.. ..'.I.
J.'c. Kt'mw, b WhUaof...,,,
I.; Aylett. ran oat. ,
J. Ward, b Whitney,.. ,.....
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f f na
fnm Per MUe Urtipwiit
' '' Uiv, Jutaary ISth, 1881.
EDrroa SajoaDAT ?bmb i Maoaa Isua atlll con-
tiaaea aotiva, The eui of the iow ia y wy brittht
as4qoite law. Itaavo.lortUiyafewos Mojulay
mora in ir amlela BiitaxiMCt ta latara until IM
a4ac tU. I'aaa eiia vrita a tMnsoji who
kasvbMa thawatwta baloM. and'wko tatanda
aakiaur an aUiatt to r4a tut aooraa of Um iew
tclowal. la UkMa gM hU. wUk Mia. u 7
Everett, and that Alnx. J. Carturlsht bo annolntcd Ad
ministrator with tho Will annexed, having been filed by
LU. -t.lt. .!.. n UL-IIIttf.1,X' t II ,lfi,
alUVI IMI 11 CUIHtUAltl. Jl, U, 1WI, at IU U CIVVK
A. M. of said day, at the Court Room of said Court, at
Ainoiaui uaie in iionoiuiu, ue, ana tne same is, ucrcu;
appointed the time for proving said "111 and licarln
of lettei. leatamentarv
It Is further ordered that notice thereof be given by
puuncaiioii, ior inreo successive weens, iu luu-naiur-
etay rress" aim " . upotm M
and nubllahml In Honolulu.
And It Is further ordered that citations be Issued to
the subscrlbiii; witnesses to said will, and to tho heir,
of thu ttututor In this Kingdom to appear and contest
tho probate of said ill, at Iho time appointed.
Dated Honolulu, U. 1., January SUth. I Mil
Justice ot the Duprcme Cqurt.
Attest! A. Rosa,
Deputy Clerk. 81 Si
A. D. lfcSl, at IU u'clcck
l).i.... n ..I.I ft..,,. ...
. . W. PH1U H.j, B, ,MW uuu. ..U1.ll. U, BfltV VVUlk, U.
Alliolnni Hale in Honolulu, be, and the same Is, hereby
ipinuieti euo nine tor proving saiu mil auu ueanng
Id aiinllcalloiuwhen nnd vt hero any person Interested
may, appear And contest thu auld will, and tho granting
:ay Press" aud " Nupopa Kuokoa," nuwspaper. printed
C Islands, In Probate.
OP TMK HAWAIIAN
Island of Oahu. Hawaiian
Islands, ss. In the matter of the Kstatn of FHrSD
KitlUK WILLIAM KAUAI'UI.A UECKLEY. deceased,
Order appointing time for Probata of Will aud directing
publication of notlco of the same,
A docnme.it purporting- to be the laat Will and Testa
ment of Frederick William Kahapula Ueckley, deceased,
having on thn IVlh day of January, A, D. lttJI, been pre
aouted to said Probata. Court, and a MUltoa for the
probata thereof, uud for the Issuance of letters testa
mentary to Kmma Mctealf Ueckley having keen Sled br
Kmma Mctealf Be-ckley, It'la nereby ordered that
TI1UU8UAY, IkoltXh day of VKIIUUARY. A. D. UMI,
at ID o'clock A.M. of said day, at the Court Room of
said Court, at Alllolanl Hale In Honolulu, be, and the
samo Is, hereby appointed the lime for proving Mid will
and bearing said application, when and where any per
son Interested may appear and contest the said will aud
thn granting of letters testamentary.
Ills further ordered thai notice thereof be given by
Subllcatton, for three succrsslvo week., lu lbd"8atur
ay Tress" and " Nupepi Knoka," newspapers prlutvel
and published In Honolulu.
And It la further ordered that citation, be issued to
the subscribing wiluessea to said will, and to the heirs
of Ihe testator lu this Kingdom to apar and contest
the probate of .aid will, al the time appointed.
Dated lloi40lulu.il. I January Win, IWK
CIIAB. I). HAURIH,
Chief Justice of the bupreoie Court.
Deputy Clerk. xl 81
SUPREME COURT OF THE Ha
waiian Islands. In Probate. In the matter of the
Estateof Wiluau Lova, late of Honolulu, deceased. At
Chambers, beforo Chief Justice Harris, order of Notlco
of Petition for allowance ot account., discharge, and
anal distribution of property.
On reading aud dlfug ihe petition and accounta of D.
K- Fife, aud MrstL. Love.adiulnlstralbra of the Kstaio
'of WiujaK Lova, late of lloaolulu, O.bu, dceesied,
Maw Tom, Jaaaary th, MM.
Ha. M. atelaaaaT, Watiatawt
,9aua Htat la wfai to attata, jwi. Ac., wa tatak
know ao ito aooaVi tkai raaaalili ot g4 Into
low auriMt, aa4 to, tatoa ataya ta pat a atop to It.
Wnaaaerfallf aaata aaaag ataaa mmu
for atatto. tto waUtjr
wherein he ask. to to. allowed XMU Ti. and charges hlai.
aelf with UMi8 U7, and asks ikat the sasuo way U ex
amined aud appruvKS, aad that a asal order way to
made ot dlsiilbutloa of the. Broperty raaulalaf lu hla
hautla to th. pwaoa. ltotto mvitlad, aad ttlaaliarglBg
him and hla sur.ll. froas all furthar reaponalbllitr aa
It Is ordered, that TUESDAY, th. ITIh day of Febru
ary A. D. 1.M1, at tea o'clock A. M befora tho aald Jua-
uce, iivnuausri, is ss. voiui ssoass, as nouoiaiu, m
aad th aaasa tkl la appoluuid aa tto tlaa. aad uac
fuf aaarlag said efllia aad acaaaiali, aad that aw tof
ws tatatMtad aasy itoa aad Itwi appear and ttow
ij aa. aaaia aaaaia
And that IkU aadar.
paWUkadlB tto totatdajr
OFFEB FOR BALE
The Following Gkods,
EX LATE ARRIVALS.
Best Cal. Hard Bed Brieka,
Best Cal. Fresh Lime.
CS HENNESSEY X, XX AND XXX HANDY
llcuncssoy llrnnetr. otbor brands,
Ciuks Hennessey Brnnely,
Casoa Kentucky Fitvorlte WhUkey,
CnscB O. V. O. Vliiakey,
Cutter No. 1 WbUkoy, O. K. Vriiiskey,
Cuska lkok'n Ataoricnn Wliiakey.
CtuHM Gin, BnukeU Htone Jus (in.
Beat SUorry nnel l'ort Wine In caaea i. wood
Also, Ale, Porter, o,, o.,
Which will be Sold at Ke4Hted Prices,
8A1 To Bult the Time.. W
FIRST AN inJAIs
TO TAKE PLACE
AT THE NEW MUSIC HALL,
Friday Even'g, February 25, 1881
For further particulars sea future adv.rtlsMaauta.
M It .
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the other lest. Tawr was. tavetvrat. .inokcrt. ana tats
of all i Tto assaaiad their Tobaeco thaw-
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f fm., a awtiaifsr attaits:
la. agVsuga 11 r rata ( tataaiaria
anaW laliiiav snaMsVSalSaraaTVV SArsjMaaBV
tad fw aald haaajag.
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A, Baaa, Byty Wjakafsto
Twussmu and WHUms Her tort jyJl'JS J
siding at Kuknltoele, Haaaakaa. Ittoiafs to""h"r
atttuu the pi;riurl af tto SVaa feaaiwa a. trous
au A Purvis, dohsg toattoa. a. Mar PtsuUra at th.
for. sa.ulUed loIMfc vmqMAV A nyii.
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MR, W. iSSuIS AUTOB.
'Tt!;, Ji- W.MAmAtUMW Mfm,
atolala, Jaa. W, Mat. MS
none of tbe.e will be provided by th. College unlea. by
. Payment, are to be made quarterly, and Invariably
The course of study Is Classical, Bclentldc and Com
mercial; Latin, Greek, French, Hpanlth, German and
Italian are taught.
Particular attention will bo paid to th. English Laa-
Suase In all Its branches. Literature, Pure and Mlied
latliematlc. History, Geography, Chemistry and Nat
ural Philosophy, Ac.
1 1 Mi
For Board, Lodging, Tuition and Washing, par
Scholastic Year .' ..'.,, fjBB OB
Entran'efee.,.. ,.....,".. MOB
Vacation at College , ....,.V.. 40 0a
Mnslc, vocal and instrumatital, Drawlag aad Modeta
Langu.ges-eatra.. AM 4a4
DAY PUPILS-Heiilor Clasa gdeisar-
The Scholastic Tear consists of two Mvasloas. aaaks, ,
comprising a period of ,iva month.. Th. drst seaiiesT
coinroencea on the 80th of August; Iho Mcaad oa tka
SOth of Jannary.
For all and further particulars, apply lo
HEV. W. I. LAEtfK, PTMldMt,
. " No. 71 sVretaala at,
Eyeilar Schawl Bep.rt.Mut att. Ltndt
The rre.ld.Bl ;toj decided to laclu. Ihla toaaak te
It. object I. to aord all classes ot Ik. caaamaatty tka
means of arqulriag a theoretical aad BMMkal haawK
edge of all commercial and tokinsM traasactloas la
daily use ; and also to give aa Insight Into th. ssorfttaaa
and application of Ib.dlfrf rat TrMet. wkkh Itta a
ntlal to do In these Islands. ,
1. Theoretical Branch will to aader tk. aaastalelaw
nf the President and Professor, of th. C
practical ann most important Branch will
attended to by volunteers from th. various
aaa among us. woo nay. aiaaiy aad gtaer.
ised their service. lothlusrfafaadaIita41a
TBey win, atirrnaieiy, uevnie aair isasari
.Mag. aa tto
rlcultnre. will b furnished to tk. Coin,
saca mast.r-aniasaj, waiM-eaai
lege, whs we .auur usBaaa.sam
iwmvvw vat aws:rwsi
b staca sssassi awr wi
Ins tu he task of Imparting fcn.wl.das
All the Isapl.mcnts n.cessary ta eaeh 1
kkool will otn at 1 o'locl
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