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BY B. P. ADAMS.
REGULAR CASH SALE
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2nd,
At in A.n. ntKnlmMoom,
A LARUE ASSORTMENT OP
Cottons, Prints, Shirts,
Merinos, Shawls, Btonkntn,
A Wne of Wew Groceries :
Fresh Hamn, Stignr Cured Bacon, Lard,
Oyster, Lobsters, YcnBt Powder,
Kerosene Oil, Green Corn, 4c.
lings Ilrown Sugnr,
lings Corn, Tings Potatoes.
ALIO. AT 12 0'Mlif
"0 Well Bred Ilrnmnh and Cochin China
Havo been In thin rmtntry -oveti months siiro thor
oughly acclimated anil In healthy condition.
J. Lot of DP'iajna.l-u.ro-
E. P. ADAMS, Auctr.
AT AUCTION !
ON WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At Cralgsldu, Nuuanu Volley, the residence of
Til CO. ll. MAYIEH, K-i will be (old
THE ENTIRE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
Pinto, Llnon, China nnd Glnss Waro,
Piano Forte (Collard & Collard).
Two Largo Hnndnorao l'ier Glasses,
Parlor and Bedroom Furniture, Ac, Ac.
Tho well known Imported
Carriage Horse " Kelpie."
Kind and pontic, nnd thoroughly sultablo
for a Family Horso.
The Well-known Mare "GipBy"
Tdto OcMtr-rv. ;
And Harness, Siiduio3, & ., &c, &c.
E. T. ADAM.?, Auctioneer.
By Order of the Trustees of the Eitate of Lunalllo,
I WILL HELL AT FUBMO AUCTION,
ON WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9th
AT 13 O'CLOCK NOON, AT SALESROOM,
That valnahlo piece of Land with theBulldlngs thereon,
on the corner of Queen and Fort streets, Honolulu,
known aa the
Hudson Bay Premises,
Having a frontage of 133 feet on Fort street and U) feet
on Queen street. Area, 8ID.0 square fathoms. Title,
Apana Sod of Royal Patent HM.
This property la situate In tho center of tho business
portion of Honolulu, and presents an opportunity for
profitable Investment which Is rarely offered.
A House Lot at Kalrmalro,
HEAR FISHERMAN'S POINT,
Comprising one-fourih of an aero and fronting on the
harbor. Title, Royal Patent 7M1; award, 247; apana, 12.
Plans and further particulars can bo had by applica
tion to 8. 11. DOLK, Trustee; or
B. P. ADAMS. Auct'r.
MRS. A. M. MEI.XJS;
TstaUaaaU Drees and Cloak Maker,
104 Port street, Honolulu, II. I.
B. x. wuiTxar, Established 1830, 1. w. noBERTsoK
(Successors to 11. M. Whitney)
laansallna am Maaafactarlng Stationers,
PaUUaarm, Nawa Sealer, Book.
Biaaam ana Paper Hulors.
It 81 Merchant Street, Honolulu, 11. 1. 838 80
T. T. LKMEHAM CO.,
Importers and Ceaaasiseaen Merchants,
KB Nuuanu Street, Honolulu. H
8. M. CARTER.
Asjeat.te iaka AoaowIedrsneta to Coa-
0c at P. M. 8. Dock. Esplanade, Honolulu, II. I.
1m MfCmKBT SJIVICN . A IX PKMWNS
that at a mwitluK of Stockholders of the Hawaiian
Blt"elJpbonrco.fheld on tha Wh of January, IWl. I
waavotedto accept the Charter of Incorporation KfanleU
to them andthalr aasoclatM and. successors, under the
coroorato nante and style of the Hawaiian Bell Tele;
phous Conipiiy'Si tho Hh day olUcceniber. lfW, and
that tho Corporation under said Charter oriranlxed it
Mlf and aleclea the lollowlnu c",0'tUl.l.m.nn
President: ,...,. R'iSRM?
Vlco President ,. O. Wilder,
HecraUry and Treasurer c,,'.?5ri'
to im Bec'y Hawaiian Wall Talepbona Co.
AT A MKKTINO MKI.H BY INK HJI.AIIE&
Sugar Company In Honolulu on thy loth January,
IWl, th followlni outers wera elected for lu coming
''J. in ..i L Pr..lilnt.
Kdward P. Adams..,,
I. A. Mscue. jr
Uaford B. Dole...,.,
,,,,....,,,.., , ascf" tary,
,,, ,,.....,,.. .Traaaa rer,
B. B.OOUC. aecrclary.
I, w. Bcnmiat.
Wm, L. Uraen.,
rrnE VNUKKSlOJfKD HAVING
X bc4ii awfolatad Assignees tor ma estaia m uia
un at WaOMU. MatU. horeby give notice to all per
araa lnd"otlto t?a ald estata to make Immediate
aluaedi and ail parties delatim to t creditors to yrf
nt their claliaawlAoat ay to the irimlsisl at
PHILLIPS A CO,
onolulu. Oahil. . - "
THIS UNDKIW1GNKU lIAYUiQ
been appolutwl by tka Court as Adaslulslrator of
al bjr taa uoun aa Aiiaaiaisuau
Us Lou. dMaaaad, taajjesta all
Kslalrr to asake latadtata Mil
taa astate or vnariss mihit, wwi s:
iT T.. ji j,l ir.,k. K.uir loBxkelwasclUtavajratsnt
and all partita avla clalua ajiaiatt tk said KaUU to
Sreeeiittjieta far aat&ament to ilia nnaefatooa wttlda
SZmJS? daw or may will b. JJgJ,
t t.-""7.-w-:"-t ".:. --T."rw :-., ar.. .
TlAaWMa MWaMi VI
aVH CLAlaW A
BY C. S. BARTOW.
APPLES AT AUCTION!
MO WD AY, JANUARY 31st,
AT 12 O'CLOCK M, AT SALES ROOM,
Boxes of Fresh Apples,
Bags of Potatoes.
EX STEAMER ZK'AlAXDIA.
Also. Bags of Corn.
C. H. HAKTOW. Auct'r.
" OF A
RETAIL DRY GOODS STOCK.
By iwftTRirrriottN itECF.ivr.n rnoji
Mi-Mrs. E. Ilnrr.shlapger t Co., Asslfnees of the
Estate of Alona, of I.ahnlna, Maul, I will sell
ATPUIIMU AUCTION, AT HAT.r.SUOOM,
On Friday, February 4th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK A. M.,
Balnnco of Stock of Same Estate,
A Varied Assortment of
Also, Show Cases, Furniture, Pictures,
Clocks, Ono Iron Safe,
A LOT OF FURNITURE.
C. S. BARTOW, Auct'r.
Superior Carriage Horse
Saturday, February 5, 1881,
AT IS M IN FRONT OF SALESROOM,
"Will 1ms Sold:
A Good Carriage and Saddle Horse
Of tho well known Kahukn Breed.
0. S. BARTOW, Auct'r.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
On account of chntico of resldcnce.wlll be
oiTercd at Public Auction, on
Saturday, February 12th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK M., at SALES ROOM,
The Following Desirable Property 1
That portion of Land situated to the cast of Punahou
Collcjro, owned by A. Marques, who has enriched a desert
of most fertile soil by thu treasures derived from an In
oxhaiislablc flowlns well, supplying a yield of over
6,000 L'allons per hour of the purest water or Irrigating
and drinking purposes.
Tho property will be offered In two lots.
Lot 1st contains about 8 acres of best Irritable bottom
land, and!4 acres of excellent high pasture grounds,
toRt'thcr with the nrterlun well and a beautiful new and
extra solidly built dwelling, tuo stories high, with
tine view of tho sea over w.-iklkl, containing 18 large
airy rooms, with plenty of Cabinets and store-rooms;
and nn attic of three wide sennnts' rooms, also, out
side kitchen, carriage house and other out-houses.
Over BOO llanann tress and plenty of algcroba trees
aro already growing on tho land, which are entitled
to half of the water flowing from tho well.
Lot 2 contains nearly 7 acres, all irrigable, now leased
by a Chinese Company for the purpose of a vegetable
garden, for a term of nine jears with the right of hulf
the water from the artesian well situated on Lot No. 1.
Ai the end of the said leaso all the Improvements, and
especially tho fruit trees to be planted by tho Chinese,
are to remain for the benefit of the owner.
Both lots have been carefully drained and assured
agnlnst flooding by rain water; both lota aro nicely
fenced in, and both lots now bordering on thecarriago
road leading from Ilerctanla street to Sylva's Ranch, in
Slanoa Valley, will have ncccss to the new street,
and outlet to bo opened on the Punahou lands toward
Punahou street, which will render both parts of said
properly valuable for building lots.
Title perfect.- Deeds at thtmxpensc of purchaser.
The abovo property If not st.ld as above w ill bo offered
In suitable building lots with water privilege. Plans
of which may be seen at Sales Room.
For further particulars apply to
O. S. BARTOW. Auct'r.
ON E COTTAGE PIANO. A G4IOD
C. 8. BARTOW.
MULES AND HORSES.
OK1IKIIN WILL UK Mt.CKIVKIt BY
the undersigned for tho purchase of Mules and
Horses, and personal attention given by n per
son in bun 1'rnuclsc.o to selecting and pur
chasing the same according to order pltrn,
C. S. BARTOW.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Valuable as au Investment.
Rented to good tenants for n long period. Buildings In
coon repair ana pientauiiy uu-jui-u. JM'juy
u, n. ua
Watchmaker, Jeweller, Engraver,
NO. S XAAHTJMAN1T ST.
ALL KINDS AND STYLES OF JEWELRY
-1 Made to order, unlqne tn design, and of the;
most approved patterns
Kukui Jewelry a Specialty
Watches of the Finest Mechanism
BY COMPETENT WORKMEN,
At Low Rates, and Warranted.
EngraYiHg and Stone Setting I'romptlr At
nrl kaM Myavir peraoeialljr rcapoaalkl
rail aaa airaalaa tssjr care aud assure all
my pattuua of perfect security of their goods. 19 Hat
The Germania Market.
HAH BEKN TIIOKUL'UHIiY MKMUVATKB.
and la now constantly In receipt or the best of
BEEF, MUTTON, VEAL AND LAMB,
From Choicest Herds.
Pork Sausages, Bolognas, Head Cheese, German
Sausages, c, alwajs baud, at also the best of Poultry
Our Meat are all cut and put up In Eastern style. All
orders fallhfully attended to, and delivered lit any part
of the city.
IT ttm KAUPP A SOHHADKR, Proprietora.
STEAM MlDJNaTER PIPE.
We would; call the attention of those requiring Plpluj.
to our large stock of
164,000 Feet On Hand!
BUck Welded Steam Pipe Vi to T In. diameter.
Ualvaulaed Water Pipe H to in. diameter.
tir I'll above at Moderate Prices.
TO 10MQLULTJ 1K0I WOBJCft COMFY
HlUiri AWOMATXO BTEAaf
ITOK SALE BY THE
MOMOLULU HOW WOEXI CO
This little apparatus oils the cylinder constantly and
perfectly. Ho little oil la used that a saving of oil and
wear equal to four tinea lu coal may be eSscled la oa
Fit Km, $41. Istf list Mm, $.
n A 111 A la-KIGHTH8, QU AKTKUii
MX. aUlfaa U4 Wfcoi Vase, of kSi M ttjeatel.
l''0Jt SAN 1W.AN0ISC0.
Ihs American Darkentlna
Sh&zS PKNHALLOW, Master,
Will have Quick Dispatch for above port.
For freight or passage, arply to
8H.1 Si) II. UAUKt'KMl A CO., Aitfnts.
Toil SAN FTtANOJSCO.
TltP. HAWAIIAN TIAUK
airgWi)? JENK3, Master, f
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above Port
For freight or passage apply to
8 19 l'.T. l.KNEHAN .t CO., Agents.
From Honolulu to Hilo Direct.
The A 1 Clipper Schooner,
& " M A J. O J, o, a.
Will sail from Honolulu lo llllo direct, and wilt call at
Intermediate Ports on the return trip.
For Freight or Passage, apply to the Captain on hoard,
I ail or A, FRANK COOKE, Agont.
I I I MANTKIt
Tuesday, January 2Mb, Gp m ....Circuit of Hawaii
Tuesday, February 1st, Sp tn ....llllo
Tuesday, February Slh.6ji m ..Circuit of Hawaii
Tucdny, Fi.bruary l.'th, B p in llllo
Tuesday, February IMnd, 5 p m Circuit of Hawaii
Tuesday, March 1st, r,p m llllo
Tuesday, March 8th. r, p tn Circuit of Hawaii
Tuesday, March IMh, p m. Hlln
Tuesday, March Strict, 6 p m... Circuit of Hnnnll
Tuesday, March l!Vlh,5 p m llllo
off No Credit for Pnianise Money. -tu
We positively decline to open accounts for Passages,
and we particularly call the attention of tho traveling
public to the uccerslly of having llnggntre and Freight
plainly marked; the Steamer will not bo responsible
for any unmarked Baggage, or for Freight or Parcels,
unless Hrcolpli'il lor.
Freight Money Dae on Demand.
In nil cases of freight for patties not responsible, or
unknown, the freight money will bo required In advance
lAOKAUKM or I.KlllOHS mill MINKH MI'S
II K ri.AI-eXY MABKRn
For tho party whom they are for, or plainly staled In the
receipt to whom they arc consigned.
All demands for damage or loss mnst be made within
In no way liable for los or accident to live stock.
f-r7" Hack Drivers, Hoys, and such like, will not be
allowed on board the Hteamer on nrrlval, until after the
passengers have been landed. ,
WI WILDER A CO.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
THE SPLEKIlin RTKAMSUIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about Monday, Feb. 14.
FOB SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND!
TIIF. MPLKXIiin NTKANNIItP
CITY OF SYDNEY !
On or about Saturday, Feb. 19
For Freight and Passage, apply tn
E31 Sn. II. HACICFKt.D A CO., Ageuts.
Gnmta tor Jhlitiiout per Stcnmer can norr
b Htors(, Froo ot Clllnricc. In the Flre.iiroof
WarelieiiNr npnr the Nleamer 11 ItaiT.
A. FRANK COOKE
AGENT FOR THE FOLLOWING COASTERS:
Wailcle, y Malolo
Waioll. Jffja LtUo,
Wniehn, $!?li), "Waimala,
Gen. R-i 71-77 g-'"-
FLAG Rod with WhilcIUll.. Offlc--Conicx of Qneen
DM and Nit-nu-n3trrtta. 1
PLANTERS' LINEfOR SAN FRANCISCO
jHSL C. Brewer A Co. Agents,
35 Merchandise received Ktorstce Free.
and liberal cash advances made on.shlnments by this
line. , ly u. iillliWfcK K uu.
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
C. Brewer A Co. Agents.
Favorable arrunpemunts can alwnvs hn
made for storage and shipment of Oil, Bone. Wool,
Hides and other Merehandlsn to New Iledford. Boston,
New York and other Eastern Ports, pyCash advances
3REWEH & CO.
GRIEG'S (ENGI.ISH) PATENT
Portable, Semi-Portable and Permanent
RAILWAY OR TRAMWAY
Messrs. JNO. FOWLER CO.,
Of London, Leeds, Kdlnburg, Ac.
CSTF.ET. T KAIUi AND t'ORBUG (TKD Nteel
KT Tics or Sleepers. I'ortaulo Railway,
mal power, from" iSXU to JEluu per mile,
Hand or Ant-
nowcr. from r50 to .V.I0 ncr mile
JUSM) to tS0 each, according to width of itauge.
Cane Iron and Steel Tipping Basket, and othei
Cars, from 8 to 10. Plana and Specifications
Specifications to be
seen on application to
A. 11. McOAUSLAND.
Agent fur this Kingdom.
PER LIZZIE TR,T.DATiF.. ,
FOR SALE BY
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.
For Sale or Laa.
A IsEMKAMl.t: IKVENTMKNT. Tba Well.
J known promises of the undersigned, situate on
King street, to'ctber with tho furniture, etc., of the
same. If desired. The house haa It rooms, Is In good
order, aud la well-furnished throughout, thus giving an
excellent opportunity to parties desirous of continuing
ita long-established busluess. For further particulars
apply To 18 tf THOS.A.THltUM.
rpniS ANNUAL MKET1NG OFTHE
X Stockholders of thu Haiku Sugar Company for the
electlou uf officers for the ensuing year, will be held at
the olttce of tba Agents, Messrs. Castle A Cooke, on the
asAb day of January, 1881, at 10 A. M.
J, B. ATHEKTON,
19 it H-creUry llalku Sugar Co.
TELEPHONE COMPANY !
IMCORl'UHATKas UEC. 30, MM.
II. A. WIDEMANN..
8, O. WILDER.
SECSrTABT AMI) TBKAS VMK
WE ARK MasW PRIil-ARKU T MEI.I.
rent to the public for private purposes only, com
plete outfits of Telephonic Instruments ot the latest
pattern , including (be celebrated ' Blake Transmitter,
We will also furnish estimates to erect private Tele
phonic lines on the other Islands. For particulars,
apply to O. O. HEHQPK,
ft 8m Bec'y Hawaiian Bell Telephone Co.
O. F. WARD,
fLA NEaU'HANT ANat 77 IEKW -.
tJrat or at Ward's Dray Stand, offers for sale
Fire Wo4, Charcoal, Suit u4 White Baa,
In Quantities to Suit.
AMTMMUM Willis TU1M,
Th Honolulu Iron Works
Is bow prsparad to
Vatttajd Tikt Wsrka W Wtrlw,
And to make costraaU to dtUvar It is UfW.oc saiajl
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
Br vntTUK of an oilmen of
Sale, by the Honorable C I'.Hsrrls Chief .Tnsllce
of the Snprrme Contt,lsned on the "th day of Jannary,
A.D, 169), the undersigned will sell at pnbile auction
ON MONDAY, JANUARY Hi, A. P. 1881,
At 13 o'clock noon,
At the front door of Alllolanl Hale, all the right, title
ar.d Interest whlth the said Charles Kanalna.drccatid,
had of. In or to the following paicels of land sltnatu
npon the Island of Manl, via;
LOT JCO. I, Sltnaleln Paeohl, Lahalna, containing
1 acre, 1 rood and 12 perdu s. near to the Catholic
Chnrch, and Is planted wllh cane.
I.ir HO. !2. Situate tn Illkahl, and containing 2
roods and 17 perches.
LOT XII. .1 Sltnsln In Illkahl. Dahalna. and con.
talnlng 38 poles.
LOT WO, 4, Sltnate In Keawalkl, Lahalna. and
containing nineteen perches. This Is the store lot sit
uate near to the wharf.
LOT WO. n, Situate In KuholIIea, Lahalna, con
talnlng 1 acre and 11 roods.
LOT. WO. o, Situate In Kuhotllea, Lahalna, con
talnlng H acre.
LOT WO. 7, Apana I of tho Ahnpnaa of Uknme-.'..-!:.",
enniftiningjjhit acres, C',4 acres of which Is kalo
land, and a ttM-am r water runs through the centre of
LOT WO. , Ildng Apana 2 of sald'Ahriptiaa situate
on the beach, and containing 8 7-10 acres, 8 of which can
bo planted with cane. There Is also said tn be a fishing
right belonging to this land extending sum feet along
the beach and seaward.
LOT WO t). The Ills of Pnnohala and Kannnokii,
sltnate In Wallnku, containing 2ZI acres, 40 of which Is
cane land and has been planted by the Walluku Sugar
LOT WO. 10. Is a Lele of Pnnohala, In Walluku
aforesaid, and contains I 2T-10U acres.
nelng thu III of Kaohe, In Wallnkn
aforesaid, contalnlhi 1
118 IIZ-KXI acres. A portion of this
Is kalo land and n portion grazing nnd wood land,
LOT WO. 13. To what arc known as Pnallmas, be
ing two kalo patches, situate. In title f Royal Patent
LOT WO. 13, Relng tho III of Manlanla, containing
8 WO acres.
MIT WO. 14, Relng a Lele of Kanonokn, containing
3'JS-IOOO of an acre, and comprises two large kalo patches.
LOT WO. in. Relng the III of Pnhtanaawa, and con.
tnlna 2 51-100 acres cano land.
LOT WO. IS, Being the III of Lemukco, containing 3
08-100 acres cane land.
LOT WO. 17, Situated In Kapannl, Walluku, and
containing an area of 8W8-1U00 of an acre and comprising
two largo kalo patches.
LOT WO. 18, The fishing right In the Walluku
LOT WO. 10. Comprises two pieces of land situate
In Kapuoho, Wulehu, and contains 2 &S-KJ0 acres.
LOT WO. SO, Being a certain piece of land situate
In Pelcknnn, Island of Molokal, and contains 4 acres
and 811 fathoms.
LOT WO. 21, Being one undivided half of tho Ahn
pnaa of Pclcmnku, on the Island of Molokal. Said
Ahupuaa contains M15 acres, the greater portion of
which la kalo land.
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
LOT WO. '12, Bclhe tho lands known as Kula and
Halckamahlna, slttiato In Puna, Hanall, Tho first piece
contains 1613 acres; the second piece contains 'JO acres;
and the third 1(00 acres, all grazing land. Subject to a
lease existing on said lands, which expires April lt,
188'), at an annual rental of SiiA), pajable annually In
advance ; taxes to be paid by the party holding the lease.
LOT WO. 2.1, Being Ihc Ahnpnaa of Kapoho, situate
In Tuna, Hawaii, and containing -10C0 acres. Said land
is subject to a lease which expires tho 1st day of Janu
ary, lKS'i, at an annual rental of 3U0, payable semi
annually In advance; taxes to be paid by the party hold
ing the lease.
LOT WO. 2 1, Being the Ahnpnaa and fish ponds of
Kalapulpunn, situate below Knwalhac, containing an
area of 3V3 acres, Wyt of which aru fish ponds. Subject
to a leaso (reserving the largest fish pond o' 4 71MU0
acres) which expires on the JUth day of May, 1696, at an
annual rental of JHX), payable semi-annually! taxes to
be paid by the parly holding the lease.
LOT NO. 2.1, Being the III of Anaehomaln, which
adjoins the above land and contains an area of 67U acres,
4!i acres of which are fish ponds.
LOT WO. 20, Being the Ahupuaa ot Kapalalaea,
containing an area of acres.
LOT WO. 27, Being the land known as Kalamaku
mu, Kona, Hawaii, containing 230 acres.
LOT WO. 28, Situated in Walnio, Hawaii, and con
taining 4-10 of an acre of kalo laud.
LOT WO. 30, Being the lands sltnate In Waioll.
Ilaialcl, Kauai, and known as Puuonc, consisting of
several large kalo patches.
LOT WO. SO, Apana 1 of Royal Patent 7431, situate
In Kallhlwal,Kanai, and containing an area of 1 acre
and 111 perches, all kalo land.
LOT WO, SI, Apana 2 of above-mentioned Royal Pa
tent, containing 1 rood and 21 perches.
LOT WO. 32. Being Apana 2 or Royal Patent No.
M52, situated In Walplo, Hawaii, and containing 1-10 of
an acre ono large kulo patch. ,
HIT WO. as, Uelng Apana3 of SboVe itoyaU Patent.
Contains 23-100 of an acre of kalQ land.
LOT WO. 31, Being Apana 4 ot above Royal Patent.
Contains 1-10 of an acre of kalo land.
LOT WO 3.1, Being all the right, title and Interest
of said deceased In Rural Patent 7430, comprising 3
pieces of land and containing an area cf 1 D74-10U0 acres,
situated In Laic, Oahu.
LOT WO. 36, Being the Ahupnaa of Kapalalaea,
situated In Kona, Hanall, surveys of which aro in course
Aa soon as surveys can be made, the Ahupnsa of
Wnlnio, on Hawaii, and of Alae In Klpahulu, on Maul,
will be cold.
Terms Cash, and Deeds at expense of purchaser.
17 833 W. C. PAKKK. I'oraiiilaalonpr.
CHRISTMAS HAS COME
AND SO HAS OUR FALL
STOCK OF GOODS,
Just come to hand by the
Amy Turner, Mohican, and Eureka.
Besides onr usual full assortment of merchandise, we
would call attention to the following Items
OIL! OIL! OIL!
The standard brands, Noonday and Downer's, fresh
from the Henneries, The Noonday Oil Is uf high test
and Is now considered Til. UtAT a-'AHlLk: OIL
to be had lu the market.
LAUD OIL in cases and in barrels,
LTJUHIOATING OILS Low Priced-Castor Oil,
Neata Foot Oil, Cylinder Oil, Cheun Japan for
Smokestack and Iron work .
Hall's Steel Plows,
A full Una from No. B'to No. 14, with extra Sharea and
Handles. A full car load direct froni'Mollne. '
Hall' Hickory Trash Forks,
A new article, mado for turning trash. Please
order samples to try,
Hall'i Cane Flantera or Coverera,
A new tool for coverlnj cane seed after being
placed In the furrow; with it onenau
can do the work of three. r
DlMtoa's Saws, Flies, Case KsItm k Tools,
Barstow Storo Company's Celebrated
Stove. SangM and SatooMa, '"
tiXMmsi Caldnuk tMQtt&,
BTDB FineMachhiiat'a Tooiav
PACKINO-AU Bizea? ,,
Seine Twine and ,FUhJIJnea,
-yk V a runs t r
Hubbuck's Painti aad Oils
Masury's Colors In Uas. for Hoaaa or Coaek Painting,
acknowledged by all good painter to be the littt Madi,
Water Filter. Ice Cream Freeaera, eWrljreratora,
Hydraulio Jacks, liftlua 7 tona M isichea. Bar'
dick'a Fpdder Cotters, Nails of every description,
Lock's of every description, AttioakeMr Denims,
by the bale or piece ; Ajnoakeag Tiokum, by the
POWDER Blasting, Giant and Heresies, Sport
Powder from M to 86 lb. Una, Giant Powder and
All (or sale cheap by
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It has pleased His Majesty the King to make the fol
toning appointments to the Royal Order of Kalakauat
Ills Excellency William Nkviss Anxsrno.io, Grand
The Lord Chamberlain, Colonel, tho Hon. CitAtu.ss
H, Judo, promoted Knight Commander.
The Hon. WALTin Mltmur Gibson, Knight Compan
ion, lolanl Palace,
2t at Jan. 10th tfiH).
Bustnem Agcnfa Notice.
All advertisements for the SATumiAT Pnrss must be
sent In by Friday noon. No Insertions for the current
Issue can be guaranteed when sent In later.
Advertisers will mark the number of Insertions de
sired, from which date they charge. Any nut so marked
will be charged il months.
THOS. O. THRUM, Business Agent.
MOTES Or THE WEEK.
Titr. rontl roller wis out np;nln yestordny, trot
ting tip nnd down Fort street.
A mied Is bclnc erected on Drcwer fc Co'a wlinrf.
Tho frnuio work lins been put up.
The Hand concert nt Knitim squnro on Snturdny
Inat wns, ns usually, largely attended.
8amdp.l Knmakn is tho nnmo of the policeman
who discovered tho Chinamen with varioloid list
The report of another Chinamam being found
on Thursday morning with small-pox was n"falso
Titr Rinall-pox has almost disappeared from
San Francisco. Litest advicea report only two or
three cases a week
NortAi Kahalewai was examined boforo 1'ollco
Justice llickerton on Monday last and committed
to tbo Icsnno Asylum.
TnrnE nronow, including tho deserted sailors of
tho Qnlnla and hor pnssengors and others, about
200 persons in quarantine.
Tiirlminc of i
a wntrr nino to tho hnqnltnl nn
tho reef will lio co
comnletod to-dav. Ueretofore the
water nsed there had to bo carried ovor.
Next Thursday, February 3rd, In the annual
parade day of tlio Honolulu Fire Department.
Wo hope to see each company out in fall strength.
Pnoreison Pnocron who passed horo on tho
City nfStttiieupn loute to San Frnncisco, has been
engaged to deliver a number of lectures in Cal
ifornia. CrtiNEHE New Yeau festivities begin to-day, and
wo may expect for several days to hear the nir
mado musical with the reports of exploding flro
crackirs and bombs.
Tbehe aro now Uireo attendants on tho small
pox patients on tho reef ono white man nnd two
natives and thero is no probability of a repeti
tion of tho Olsen affair.
The schoonor .Vrriin was roleasod from qu.irantlno
Inst week and departed for Haiku, Maui, on tho
Ulst with the samo passongors (Clnneso laborers)
that wore on her when she was quarantined.
TnE Bishop of Honolulu has reluctantly post
poned tint die his journey to tho United States and
England in consequenco of the urgency of the du
ties requiring his personal supervision in the dio
The weather has been unsettled and squally
this week nnd considerable rain has fallen.
Schooners from the other Islands with sugar have
boen delayed by head winds and tho sailing of
vessels from this port neccsstrily postponed. On
two or three occasions tho wind blew a gale.
Oh Monday n, brig was reported coming from
the Booth, and for'some time it wis supposed tho
Government immigration vessel Pomare with la
borers from the New Hebrides, but she proved to
be the Sheet Anchor, with 1C0 cords of nro wood
Mobe than onoo in the course of the last fort
night did we boo the not very frequent spectacle of
a square-rigged vessel running into the harbor and
fore-and-aft rigged schooners beating out. The
Storm Bird was towed out by tho 7ele on tho 20th,
owing to the prevalence of southeiiy winds.
John Mohan the man in chargo of the small
pox pUients on tbo reef, write. that he has
fumigated tho room in which Henry White was
confined, nnd that one of the Chinamen there is
very nearly well and that the pustules on the other
are beginning to dry up. They wore both very
Foliowtno is the programme for the Band con
cert at Emma Square, this afternoon at 4 o'clck.
March Brandiinbur'h Scwcngly
Overture In the Italian style Schubert
Corus The Day of Judgment Schneider
Selection Italian Opera Rappey
Waltz The Sjreus Waldteufel
Polka A Good Kiss.". Waldteufel
In addition to tho Berlin paper from which we
give an extract, an Italian papor has a long article
of self glorification evidently from tho pen of
Morono himself. Beginning with adoso of flattery
to that "most wise man," tapientittimo homo, David
Kalakaua, it goes off into a laudation of tho Kx
Minister himself and recapitulates, from n Moreno
point of view, the differences between himself and
TnE steamer Ztalandia arrived here from San
Francisco last Wednesday morning. She was
three d tyti behind time, but the delay was at San
Francwuo where sho had to wait until the 18th for
the airival of the European mails. She made the
passage down in eiuht days. She passed the City
f Sydney on the 2)rd, and on the evening ot the
same day, about 7 p. m., all her mast heads and
yard arms were beaatfully illuminated with St.
Elmo's fire. Tho phenomenon lasted half an hour.
Mb. W. Fowlxb, a member of the eminent firm
of agricultural and general engineera of that
name, arrived by the Ztalandia bringing drawings
and models of the steel railways, locomotive
engines, cars, etc., whichiis house is prepared to
supply. Mr. Fowler has made his business head
quarters nt thoolUoo .of the Hon. W. L. Green,
over that of Mr. G. W'j Macfarlane & Co. where
the models, etc., may be inspected. For particu
lars see advertisements.
On Wednesday night and on Thursday wo wre
visited by furious squalls from the west with f re
qutfht showers. The barometer stood lower than
ever has been registered here before. We are in
formed by Professor Alexander that on Thursday
nt noon the barometer in his office in the Govern
ment Building, fell to 2!-60. Oar own aneroid nt
the same time stood M ot an inch below the usual
trade wind point. Yesterday was blustering and
showery though with a slowly rising barometer.
TnVSan Francisco Merchant in its annual trade
review aaya : " The change in prioos in tho various
sugar markets is not cauaod entirely by the dlm
ished product from beets. Cuba, as before ad
vised, baa suffered seriously by drouth in a critical
Seriod ot the growth of the cane. Tfceaaf facts will
oubtleaa be of intarsat to the Hawaiian planten
beyond their effect upon the present sugar crop in
Cuba, and will show the value of toe means of
irrigating eane told, when necessary, which sobm
of the Island plantations have already secured."
A sbooxd ease of varioloid was discovered on
Monday, amongst taa reeeutly arrived Chinese.
The patient waa promptly removed to the small
pox hospital oo the reef. Both cases are consider
ed aa of a comparatively slight nature. No doubt
there had been a very virulent type of small-pox on
board the Quinla on her way down these were
concealed not from the Captain and offloers of the
ship.bat by them, from the authorities of the Board
of Health, nnd port oAcials. If that ship come
here again in the same hands, we hope ahe will be
rigorously dealt with. ,
Ox Saturday last a rnatinuee was given at the
Theatre by the California Company. The piece
was the " Babes in the Wood. " Long before the
play began, the narquette and drees circle were
well filled by our little folks, with fair sprink
ling of their seniors, mostly of the Rentier sex.
The old naneqr legend waa somewhat departed
f rota, in order to .introduce More striking effects,
a fairy, ghost, etc. The orchestra waa led by
If r. Berser. and taa voaua ones enjoyed their treat
immensely. In the evening" David Garriek" was
iveu, followed by the mastcai farce, "The Arum
Van energetic measures wero taken by the pby.
atesansaad oexoereof the Board of Health to pre
vent any poassbeUty of Infect ton rrota the paaaen
Reaa by the XU31a f roan the Coast. Bash waa
iiivmsn ity we yon paystotaa,
ton the aaaat argent uasineas,
to eater the shed, etill lees to go
oa hoard, illsynjai lunlaa urns sari nia msie i
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fit It was Riven. Thono who derive the greatest
good from tho Library and Heading Boom wero
tho ones rnot conspicuous by their nliwnce. Tho
institution Is a benefit to the city and to all of our
people, nnd every one should feel It a duty and a
pleasure to contribute his or her mite, fnsjme
manner, toward defraying the expense of its main
tenance " Tn regular consumption of sugars on this
coast," rws the But Francisco Merchant, " which
Ii increasing every year, nnd tho probability that
no refined auoars will be bronchi from Now York
hereafter, make it apparent that wo mnat Import
this year about W),00U tons, with an increased ratio
in futuro years. It does not seem probable that
tho Islands can furnish thin quantity thin year.
To do ho thero must be nn increased yield over
Inst yenr of nbont 18,000 tons. Tho tendency In
nil countries in to nn increase of the consumption
ot sugar, per capita, no universal is tho desire for
sweets by old nnd young. The Immense f rnlt pre
serving establishments all over tho United States
are increasing consumers of sugar."
A few days nlnce on ono of tho back streets of
the citv not much frcouented. wo noticed a lluht
carriage with ono lady as tho nolo occupant, mov
ing along at n rapid rate. There wan nothing
particularly s.rnngo In this, but ns we could nee no
IiorFes attached to llto vehicle, tlio tlioncht imme
diately struck tin that in this ngoot nnlcycles,
bycycles nnd trycicles tho lady was riding in a
qnadricyle or norno other kind of a "cycle," and
being much astonished nnd interested we deter
mined to investigate. We wero amused as well as
astonished however, when, on nearer npproich,
we observed that the lady wns driving ft span of
smnll but spirited trotters a young haole and a
SguUi Ssa Islss'lsr.
On Thursday evening tho brilliant i'Urlesrmo
"Aladdin or the wonderful Scamp" wns presented'
nt the new llientcr. Tho huccohs was complete
nnd tho audience delighted. Miss Eliza Long as
"Tho Scamp" was especially admirable Miss
May Wilkes ns tho Princess wns deservedly ap
plauded. Of tho gentlemen, Mr. Crosbio as tho
old mother, and Mr. Gregory nn tho spirit of tlio
ring, kept tho house in roarn of laughter, tho lat
ter being capitally got up in the traditlonnl style
of Mepliintopliiles. Owing perhaps to tho unfavo
rable weather tho house was only partially filled;
however, the loss was that of tho stay-at-homes.
The scenery wan excellent nnd the various effects
of lightning, thunder and rain cleverly managed.
The pleco will bo repeated to-night aud wo hope
the bouse may be full.
On Thursday evening, at the hall of the reading
room, Mr. 8. It. Dole read an excellent essay on-"Co-operation."
Thero wai n good nttentfanco
and all present wero much pleased with tho essay,
and could lt.havo been foreseen how ably the sub
ject wan to bo handled, tho hall would havo been
crowded. We do not hesitnto in pronouncing it
ono of tho most interesting and inatructivo essays
or lectures that a Honolulu nudience ban been
favored with. We hope tho Heading Boom Asso
ciation will continue thin clasn of entertainment,
nnd wo trust and bollovo thoy will be well attended.
Considering that this was tho first entertainment
for somo time, nnd that thero wero others in town
tho same night, the attendance was aa largo as
could be expected, liemarks on the subject of tho
cnaay wero also mado byJudgo Hartwcll, President
of tho Association, nnd by Drs. Itogcrn nnd Hutch
inson. Instrumental music was provided for tho
occasion and tho evening was n pleasant and profit
able ono for nil present.
Seven men of tho crow of tho stenmcr Qulnta
deserted whilo sho wns in thin port, and two of
them Jaeger and James Hansen, at tho polico
station havo mado a statement describing tho dis
ease of the Chinamen who died on tho passage, and
which answers to tlio description of tho most viru
lent kind of small-pox. Those, howover, who have
taken tho diseaso ginco arriving here, havo tlio
very slightest typo of varioloid or small-pox, nnd
one of them, n boy, has tho marks on his face, left
bv a former attack. Tlio Quinta left Canton for
Honolulu on tho 18th of December and four China
men died on tho pnsnago. Tho first ono died Jan
nary 2d, tho second one on tho 3rd, tho third on
tho Gth nnd tho fourth on the Uth. Tho first two
that died wero put in boios and brought to Hono
lulu. Tho Quinta arrived here on the 11th inat.;
on the following day tho pnssengors wero taken to
tho quarantino station nnd on the 18th wero ex
amined by the physician of tho Board of Health
and released. The first ono discovered with tho
disease after they wero allowed to land broko out
on tho 17th instant.
The Circuit Court was convened on tho 21st InBt.
TnE Lihtie plantation mill has had to stop a
f ow days on account of n slight broak-down, but
everything is now going all smoothly again.
Eleven of the white laborers of Kilauca planta
tion aro in jail for rcf nsing to work. They wero
fined $10 each. At lost account eleven moro from
the same plantation were on their way to jail.
The appointment of Hon. P. P. Kanoa to the
governorship of Kauai lias given universal satia
tion throughout the Island. He will make a good
Governor and one respected by both whito nnd
native residents. "
The smoke-stack on tho mill at Koloa planta
tion lias a good bend in it, tho effect of tho strong
winds lately prevailing. It looks queer, standing
beside its straight companions. They are now
making good sugar from Mr. Drier's cane.
TnE new jail in now complete, and the con
tractors, Messrs. Chiselholm it Bro., desorvo orodit
for their good work. It is n good strong building
containing fourteen colls, is well put together and
finishod in the most substantial manner.
A utebaby and musical entertainment was giv
en at the foreign church nt Hilo on Saturday
evoning, January ICtb, by some of tbo homo talent
of the placo. Thoro was some fine vocal nnd in
strumental music, recitations and readings, ail of
which were well rendered. More of such treats are
to bo given. No admission fee was charged, for a
general invitation was extended to all, by notices
posted up in conspicuous places in tho town. Thero
was a large attendance, and judging from the ap
plause, all enjoyed the evening treat.
We havo been permitted to copy the following
extracts from n letter to Messrs. 0. Brewer fc Co.,
from S. L. Austin Esq., Manager Onomea planta
tion: Onomka, January 20th, 1881.
Messrs 0. Brewer k Co. I have n very sad
accident to report at the Onomea mill. On
Monday last nboat llr.H.a carpenter by the name
of Santo got his feet caught in the gear of the mill
rollers, nnd both of his logs were crashed off, one
above the knee, nnd tho other one below the knee.
The mau had somo work to do near the gearing,
some three feet from it, and the engineer, Mr.
Hopfe, cautioned him to be careful, aa the wheel
might revolve. He nnswored he would look ont for
himself, but, in changing his position, he carelessly
stepped on the cog wheel, nnd tho wheel revol
ving, caught his foot. I had just returned from the
fields when I beard the man's cries. With nil our
efforts it was half nn hour before we could release
the poor man. He died nt 7.15 p, u., just after the
doctor's arrival, it is the first accident that ever
occurred at the Onomea Mill, nnd was duo to gross
carelessness on the part of the man. The gear is al
ways covered when we are grinding, bat new
chains had been put on, nnd it waa necessary to
havo the covering off to test them.
Wx are permitted to copy the following ex
tract from a letter by Messrs. jTofTnunK, of St
Michaels, Azores, adilressed;to (he President of
the Board of Immigration, by whioh it will be
seen that 351 passengers embarked on board
the 7?vr for, tlila port. Amoafat these
we notice 65 married couples, 108 children in
11. ThU will be a very iinporUtddilioB to
oar wage-earning population. The Mighty
waa to sail from St. Michaels DecewWr 181b,
and may be expected here about the middle or
" Poiita Dkxoada, Br. Mjchawa, akmbs.
" To Hit KxctlUnc Ik Hon, H. A, P. Carhr,
MlnitUr of Interior and PruitUnt tioant of Imml.
uratfon. Honolulu. Hawaiian hlandt Daaa Bis I
The writer arrived. here on the let instant for the'
purpose of saperintendirig to the despatch of emi
grants per Highflyer and to make permanent
arrangements for future shipaaeata. The mail
being abot to leave, we take the earliest oppor
tunity ot addressing your Eicellensy oa the sub
ject aud of commonicatiiiK to you some particulars
with respect to the future proepeote of the buei-
" Highflyer.' This vessel left London on the
11th ultimo, but in consequence of adverse weather
oia not leave we Angitsa unanaei uu tae iia
ultimo, when she Anally got away bat meeting a
continuous aacoesaion of sales and head wlads,
she did not reach this port till the 14th iaetaaT
'the time thus lost waa not, however, altogether
wasted, for it enabled as to eoUaet the iuteudiaa
passengers, so that by the tisae the bark arrived
they were really all ready and were eeeai
The HiykAyr tl
tug Met of
(ladeding one widower)
eoutraet l married men, ditto 1 1st marrtsd wo
mea, ditto) single woman, ditto M awtora (7
ewM&M AjftSj 8 f wWBJtfaM
i), ditto I Til children of two
years eadaawardai !H I
asahac aadar aonuaet.
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duplicate receipts for the money they havo paid,
nro entitled to go fre. Tho Highflyer ban taken
nil tho emigrants that wero prepared lo go in her.
There wan, Indeed, space for fourteen moro that
wn could not provide In lime, 'Ihowi jmnsetiger-t
who hare paid have not therefore Interfered with
tho despatch of emigrants.
" Kmhranlt. Thon.0 whom wo have despatched
per Highflyer aro all of the most desirable class,
and have been more carofnlly aolectcd than those
we sent yon last year by tho natno vessel, nnd cor
respond exactly with your requirements. They
are, in the proportions of sexes, in tlio limitation
nn to the number of children, In the labor con
tracts, term of service and wages, precisely in ne
cordance with your extreme wishes, nnd wo' liavo
no doubt they will giro you tho most complete
natinfactlon. The men have contracted to labor
for n term'of five years at 88 per month, nnd tho
women for tho name period nt B pet month, nnd
there ft few minora below fifteen years of ago who
have signed contracts. There are 170 men nnd KG
women, making two of the latter less than tho pro.
portion demanded. Some eight or nine nlnglo men
failed us At the Inst moment, nlthuuah wo had mid
their expetinea for passports, etc., thus reducing
tho favorablo proportion of men wo had counted
upon. To fifl married couples thero are only 91
children and infants, making lens than an avcrngo
of two to each cohplo. You will notlco from tho
ages on tlio list of passengers sent yon that they
aro principally yoong people between 2f and US
yearn. Tlmro nro a few older, but these IiavO only
boon accepted nfter careful observation that thoy
wero ntroni; and sturdy laborers, with every rip
tiearanco of having ntlfl tho capacity for hard work
for n number of ycara, Thoro Is not, to all nppoar
nnccn, ft singlo decrepit! or useless person ntnoitgst
" Oniiity. We have not found It ncccssiry to
avail ourselves of the tirivllene which vonr rrcdo-
ccsRor, the Hon. Mr. Wiitlor, placed at our ills
poHairtuSL,lTo a gratuity of fiO to each laborer who
would sign ncontf.;r.pr.tho longer tirinof ser-
vieo nt the lowor
rate' of w'agSnn.1! ttIl,"st w? tk"
lis discretion in cnso-oLl!" w.
alrn tn rnAArrn Hit
Uo not think that it will Im rwin ho. mnrn ."-"'
tlcularly if your limit an to tho proportion of
sexes is relaed for the fnturo. In nnv event. oti
mny rely uon our employing it ns sparingly ns
possible, borne dissatisfaction has naturally been
caused In ernsequence of our exacting n longer
torni of service nt lowor wages than In tlio enso of
those who sailed in tho Highflyer Inst year, but ex
cept in very few canes this haslieen overcome, nnd
in futuro tho conditions which havo now been
established will no doubt bo accepted without ilo
n.tir or question.
" J'rojiortlon of Scjcet, Whilst wo have been nblo
to comply with the limits imposed noon uh in tho
resent shipment, nnd may possibly succeed in
oing so for yet nnother venael, we nro convinced
that it will to impossible to continuo in tho nntno
proporton, We must thcreforo nnk your Excel
loncy to be good enough seriously to reconsider
thin important point and consent to somo mortifi
cation. We have nlrcndy in onr previous lot torn
dwelt upon this subject, but sinco tho writor has
been hero it ban been mado clearly manifest to us
that unless some change be made in your condi
tions, we cannot hope to get tho people, an you ro
quiro them. The inhabitants of theso islands nro
essentially n marrying people. As soon ns their
lenn or military service expires, the men, or nt
lbast tho best of them, got married. Tho fow Hint
remain single are generally not ns worthy a class
or to whom tho necessity to emigrate prennca ho
heavily an upon the marriod men with families. A
singlo man earns about 20 cunts per day, nnd can
live upon about half that sum i and if lie wants to
emigrate, generally prefers Brazil, which is nenror
nnu wiiere no is moro at nonie) anu nnving no
enro for wifo and ohildren, is content to risk tho
unhealthiness of tho climato and country. Tho
Bingle men do not como forward to apply for
paasago to tho Sandwioh Islands, and tho plan
which our agent. Mr. Seemann, has adopted in tho
present case is to impose upon married couples
who are anxious to go tho duty of providing two
single men to accompany them. This has suc
ceeded so far. but with evident difficulty, tho mar
ried men being compelled in most cases to pay
singlo men to accompany thorn, nnd who by a wulf
known rule of human nature are more reluctant to
go tho moro thoy find thoy are nought after. Per
hann if wo loft them severely alono, or manifested
indifference, they would more readily como for
ward of their own accord. But tho plan will not
last. Even in tho present shipment nor Jliihflyer
about half a score of single men failed us'at tho
last, causing us the loss of their passport nnd re
cruiting expenses nnd tho advances. It will thoro
foro bo impossible to continuo Bending about threo
men in tho proportion of ono woman. To meet
this difficulty, several plans havo suggested them
selves to ns: tho married peoplo with families
would consent to almost any reasonable condi
tions to bo taken. You might imposo upon tho
husbands the duty of paying a certain nuni on ac
count of the passages of their wives or extra chil
dren, to be deducted by instalments from their
wages, or to pay for tho maintenance of their
wives either continuously or during tho period
when the wifo performed no labor from any cnuso.
This would prevent the women from indulging in
idleness. If a condition is mado for the continu
ous support of tho wifo, it would of oourso bo
necessary to consider the rate ot wages, as you
would not requiro n man to comply with n, condi
tion which would impose upon him on additional
expense without some compensation.
" It has also occurred to ns that it might bo n
dcslrablo plan, in viow of what you havo previous
ly written concerning the extravagant expectations
of tho laborers with regard to their food, to offer
them a scale of wages based upon thoir maintain
ing themselves. When the planter is to feed them
thoy naturally look for more than whon thoy havo
to provido for themselves. They are accustomed
here to live upon the simplest fare. Tho additional
wages for self-maintenance could easily be put
down at nn amount less thnn it would cost tho
planter and would no doubt still ba ample, for
them. In case of suoh an arrangement, wo would
suggest that it be mado to commence in n few
months after the laborer's term of servioo com
mences, so that he could in the meantime initiate
himself in the way of provi linz for himssir nnd
family, and if it wore possible to give him a small
patch of land or to sell it to him with power of
purchase, from which he could extract a little pro
duce, it would not only be a great boon, but tho
prospect would be an additional inducement to
emigration. This plan was adopted in Brazil with
excellent effect, and it would probably save tho
planter moro than the coat of the land, either in
maintenance or in wnces. We tske the liberty of
offering these suggestions with great deference
You will best understand how far (hoy may bo
adapted to the conditions which exist and iiow
best to overcome the difficulty under whioh we
find ourselves obliged to ask you to .modify tho
conditions imposed upon ns in relation to tho pro
portion of sexes, whioh we find n great stumbling
block in our future course. In other respects, wo
see no difficulty in continuing this emigration
movement for at least a considerable period to
your satisf action..The more we see of these Azorean
laborers, the more satisfied we are that thoy nro,
aa a class, eminently well adapted to your require
ments ; they are essentially agricultural j thoy nro
hard-working, inoffensive nnd docile, nnd troublo
themselves about nothing but their work; and nro
accustomed to the simplest and most frugal habits,
and are very temperate. This island is estimated
to produce n surplus population of at least two
thousand souls per annum, and we have llttlo
doubt but that the Sandwich Islands will become
the favorite place for emigration, if somo mutually
satisfactory arrangement can be made to relax tho
E resent restrictions. At present the price of maize
eing exceedingly and exceptionally low, they are
not so eager to leave, but even now hundreds have
boen turned away as ineligible under your require
ments. Wo can quite understand that it is more
firofltable. in one souse, for a planter 'to havo a
aborer without incumbrance, although in another
sense the family of that laborer must ultimately
become beneficial to him in many ways. But ne
venture to think that the question is susceptible
of larger views, tad that your Excelleuoy, as nn
enlightened and public-spirited Minister, will con
sider that there u huge element of public policy
involved which deeervee consideration. We need
hardly point oat that in new countries women and
children are desirable etosssaU of population.
Married couples are, for many reasons, the beat
seiners, ine same cannot always ne aaiu ot single
sms ; sasasssaa ssi tmnmumt tno mar-
are IsamoaearmMr she heat class, aud
ne partaauaal setllsre nnd when the im
latereeta of the nleatess eaa be. to a urcat
stent, isconsllad by soaaBatesas to which tho war.
ried piofli will he wiUiaa to sabsoribe, we venture
to bean thai taeasMwili .he found to relax the
present conditions, whlsh atend in the way of a
considerable issiaistlun rrean hence to your coun
try of a really valuable ataea of neoole. We do not
find the qnsoiinn of ehndran no very dtsseuk since
yem have allowed ns to eontraet those between U
audio years of se, althoasjh in deference to the
wianaa expressed oy your'
have availed of this option b
availed of this option bat .very sparingly, aa
will perceiveluhe present shjusasnT We
have only bean obUoed to refuse a few families
Witt more than three young ehiwren, some ar-
tangoiusnt on me snujeci naving nsen pseelbii m
most mass In moat taitansia we have sent job
families with only two children bstowMi in very
few there are three children, and the average U
We would state for the heasit of the Oaxttu't
eorresBooaeot that onr Kauai i
plied with the aeena of
BMeervere and also wit
who thmnagbly aa liMha?aCiiwissSr.afce
ahe gwsts anrresonaihnt wish to teat our Hfe
waiewwiysanfisa any assA when the boats
Uuinu PiAaTtiiaN, lUnai, Jan. Mat. 1W.
which celts for a few anea fans a7 Tnitnsa
ssawrsan aa oy ai
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