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1I0S0T.VT.V, FED , 1WM
Owing to the unsettled state of the weather bnslncss
has be n very light daring the week, Th heavy south
erly wind which continued all of last week and until
Wednesday of the present week, delayed the departnre
of local steamera and schooners, and the former on their
last trip around the Islands were, compelled by stress of
weather to omit calling at a nnmber of ports,
On Wednesday the bark Kalnkans and barkenllne
Discovery got off for San Francisco with good cargoes.
From our export table we find the amonnt and valne of
their cargoes to be a folbws i t,V,7, 1W lb( angar, 1M,.
600 Iba rice, CS,873 lbs wool, 9,810 lb coffee, 7,110 galls
molasses, Ae,, giving a total of export values for Hie
week of $111,114, of which $110,213 was for domestic
Very little itigar has been received from the other
Islands dnrlng the week, bnt schooners now ovsrdne are
expected to arrive soon, the atormy weather having
The scarcity of hay Is as yet unrelieved and there la
comparatively little on vessels doe here from the coast.
On Monday the 7th Inst there will be an anctlon sale
of furi.ltnre belonging to H II Hose.
The Commissioner's sale of real estate on Monday
last of 3.1 parcels of the Kanalna Estate sltnste on Molo
kal, Man), Hawaii and Kannl drew much attention and
resnlted very satisfactory, realizing $t),!B9 Lota l,a,
a and I were purchased by natives at $130, $11, $1B, and
$110 respectively i lota S and 6 secured to 11 Tnrton for
$11 and $10, each j lota 7 and 8 to II A Wldcmann for
$170 nnd $10 respectively : the. above are all I.abalna
parcels. Lots 0,10, n,IH, 10 and 18 wero purchased by
the Walluku Sugar Co, for $1,(M), $l,M0, tin), $100, $ia
and $170, reipctlvely s lots 11 and 13 were knocked
down to Wilcox for $alO and 811(1, each; lot II (kolo
land In Watlukn), US and 21 (with large Ashing rights
near Kawalhac), 23, S3, aj nnd Al (sltnutcd )n Walplo)
wero purchased by Samuel Parker for $130, $1,600, $1,000
$10, $su, $M, $(0, respectively j lot 19 sold t6 a native for
$160. Lot i to 8 Kaal for $100, and lot 21 to I) Hlmcnl
for $3,150, both situate on Mofokal. Lots 22 end Kl situ
ate. In I'nna, Hawaii, subject to leases expiring In ltss'J
and 1BSS respectively, adjoining lands comprising 0,902
acres, were secured by 8 M Damon for $),) and $1,500;
lot 2d with many coflee trees bearing, situate In Kona,
Hawaii, was bought by 1) Kahtnu for $AMj and lot 27,
also In th aamo district, sold to J I) Paris, Jr. for $070".
A H Wilcox secured lot 21, situate In Waloll, Kannl, for
$110. Lots no, 31 and 3J sold to natlrcs at.$W, $30 and
Wo give herewith a summary of exports for the month
ilalt rend dftllnatlnn.
vat. for. tat. dam. 1 total
.1 .Murray, i. Han Fran,. ,
t Hochung. Hongkong.
7 Vivid Fan'iig's Is
19,0 rt 31
hi.) irwrnd Arctic...
10 Lampson, Han Fran..
13 Monitor.. Eureka ....
17 J Mpr'kols Han Fran..
10 Qiilntn,... Hongkong.
20 (1 HydneyHnn Fran..
W llermlno. Hongkong.
Mi Zealandla NX, A Ana.
BO Compeer. 1 T'wna'nd
100 00 .
Totals $ 18,751,30 $232,(150 01 $J
PORT Or HONOLULU.
Jan 20-8tmr O n Hlshop, from Knual
Stmr Kllauca lion, from Kiihulnl
Stmr Lehua. from Hann and Molokal
31 Mmr Ltkcllkc. from Windward Porta
Feb a-ChlncsostmrMclfoo, Cniinlngham, 104 days
3-Sclir Kulauianu, 1U days from Kohalalolu
4-Am sclirOlaus Sprcckels, Cousins.O days from
Kah ul u I
Schr Malolo, from Hllo
4-Am tern A r Jordan, Crack, 31 daye from 8 F
I Am bktno Blla, Turner, 20 days from S. V.
5 Stmr Kllauca Ilou, from Kahulul,
Tob 3-Stmr Lebua, for Mnloknl and liana
Hnnr l.lkullke, for Hllo
Stmr C It Illshop, for Kannl
htinr Jas Mnkec, for Knuiil
Stmr Kllauen Hon, for Knbulnl
Schr .ManuokaHal. for llnnninaula
Schr Jimnlc, fur Nawlliwlll
Schr Kekaiilnohl, for llaiinlcl
Am bk Lizzie. Marshall, llcrgnunn, for Tort
Haw bk Knlakaua, Jcnks, for San Francisco '
Am. bktno IJiscovcryt l'cnhallow, for San Fran
Am bk Camden, Hurdle, for Port Townecud
3 Schr Julln, orKeokca '
Vosmela In Port.
Jalnit bgtno If Icolaue, .
Am sell Sarah Ann, Johnston
llr bk Llzrtu Iredule, Mossop
Am hgtno Sheet Anchor, Kustcl
Uhlncso stmr Mulfoo, Cuuulugliam
Am schr Uluus Spreckcls, Coualim
Am tern A 1" Jordan, Crack
Am bktnu Kiln, Turner.
Am bk H W Alinv. Freemnn. 211 ilnvs frnm Hnn Tm,,.
Cisco, and u bark 20 mllua off, probably the Viola, rom
Vosaola Expected at Honolulu, from Foreign
Urlt bk Viola, Price, Ll( crpool, ovei due, Castlo Cooke,
Ocrbk tl F Haendcl, bchrock, Ilrcmcn, oor due. II
llackfi Id . Uo, Agenta
Ocr bk Alaliuita, Mohriiiiuiii, Jlromcn, duo Fob 23-28, II
llackfold .t Co, Agents
Urlt bl: Alkshaw, Time, Ulasgow, duo March J5-20, a
W Mncfurlano Co, Agents
Am bk ISdward Muj, Julinson, Uoston, duo April 1-5,
O llrower & Co, Agcnla
Drltbk lllshnycr, biliimauii, Lomlcu a St Mkliucle,
duo AiirH WH C llrower Co, AgenH
Hawbk ICiiIe. Alilliuru, Luudon, iluo April 5-10, II Hack
fold A Co, Agents
Haw b'tuu Poniiiru, Tripp, S8 Islands, duo In all Feb,
Provident Hoard Immigration, Agent
Haw bkilliiwall, Whitney, b S Islands, due In all Feb,
President Hoard Immigration, Agent
Her bk Munca, from Hraminen, duo March 10-15, H
Hackfeld A Co, Ati'iUa
Noweulan bk llttu, irom Driimmcn, for Maalaea,
Maul, duo March 1-B, 11 Huekfeld X Co, Agents
Am tern A I' Jordan, Crack, San Francisco, duo, II
llackfold .t Co, Acenta
Aui bk H W Almy, 1 rocnian, San Francisco, due,
Castlo & Cooke, Audit
Am bk Chvshlni, Uuclielder, Now York, to sail In Dec,
Castlo A Cooke, Agents
Oer bk Hcrmiiio, Meyer, Canton, loading Dec 10, II
Hackfeld .t-.Co, .Wulils
Am bk Italuler, Wiilu", Utsulady, duo Feb 5-10, H Hack-
tuld ,t Co, Amenta
Am bk Manila ItlUt'out, WIckberg, Port Towiiscud, duo
Feb 1-5. Allen A. Itoblusuii, Agents
Brit bk Zoc, Campbell, Liverpool, to sail In Jan, T II
Am bglnq Consuelo, Howard,- San Francisco for Kahu
lul, duo, W 11 Irwin ,t Co, Agents
Am schr T lllght, Whitney, Sun Francisco for Hllo, due.
Am torn Iil.i McKay, Johnson, Sun Francisco, to sail
Jan 20, 11 llaikfold & Co, Agents
FMSS Australia, Carglll, from Sidney, duo Feb 14,
11 Huckfuld A Co, AgcutH '
1 M S S City of Sj dney. Deurborn, from San Francisco,
duo Fob 10, 11 llutUi'M A Co, Agents
Am bktue W 11 Dlmoiid, Huusen, Sao Frauclsco.tosull,
about Feb 1, W U Irwin & Co, Agents
Am bktno J A Falkinburg, Hubbard, sail Francisco, to
sail Jail 2d, Castlo M Cooke, Agents
Am bgtno Haiard, Miller, Departure Day, for Kahulul,
, W U Irwin & Co, Aguuts
uvr ok ueuvr, uonus, ureiueii, lo tall in Jan, II Hack
feld & Co, Agents
Oer tuir Lydla, , Canton, to sail Jail 11, II Hack-
f eld iV. Co, Agents
Am schr Dashing Wave. Melander, Humboldt
Am bgtno North Star, Mnreliuuse,I)i)parluroUayttaeall
Jan 28, Allen A Itoblnsou, Agents - '
Am bktno Kale Sudden, llutua, Mouastle, X S W, duo
April 1-t, , Agents
Am bk Harvest Ilomt, Mulsun, Dcparturu Day, II Hack
feld A Co, Agents
Am bJtno T W Luia, Wentworlli, Port Gamble, loading
Jau Id, 11 llackfold o. Uo, Agenla
aiu ukiuu naiu x iiiKiuger, ouug, ron uainuie, load-
tug Jan .8, li HaiMuld & Co, Agents
Am bk Jenny Pitta, Slevert, Port Uuiublu, loading Jan
Ifl 11 lf,lt.r.,l.l .-. f!n .....d ' "
19. 11 Hackfeld A Co. Arreuta
Halatea ach Vivid, Cawley, Faun lug's Island, duo Feb
12-lT, V II Dslva, Agents
Aw bgtno Mornlii Star, llray, Micronesia, duo In all
March, X O Hall i Sou, Agonta
Wo have boeu askid by captains uf our coasters wl.nt
has boen done about tha Light House on lUrber's Point.
Wo understand that thero has been an appiopriatlon
made for one, and that the locality for ouo has been
surveyed, etc. Ybcre l Hi
The Claut Sprockets arrived at this port yesterday,
ulne days from Kuhulut, Showlll load with dispatch
for San Francisco, The agents hope to get her off on
Monday next, 7tt inst.
Along our wharves this week, U looks dull vuough,
for on Wednesday last the weather moderated and a
number of weatherbound tossols wire toned to sea
which loavDS our harbor quto desolate, Uui uopa
with the return of ttads Hinds to see quite a Heat come
Sa as there It quite a number our due.
The Utlt bk Uiile lredalo, Is discharging her cargo
Very slowly at tho old steamship wharf lhe may tall lor
Victoria II. O., eurly Mil Week,
The Chinese stmr Melfoo, arrived at this port last
Wednesday, fiumCai)tuu, umklug a good passago of
UH days,' trlujlng ti'JU Chinese, 2 of whko. havo the
Small ioi, and i that (ive had It, but are uow about
well; they hays all boeu put lu quarautlue, Tho'Mtlfoo
will urocied to Su frauclsco, early uext wtek.
Iha bks Kalakaua and LUslu Marshall, were reajy to
so to tea ou Saturday last, but had to vtjit until last
Wvduetday bofort they could get out. -To be aurowe
had tonic wind, aad quite a swell on the bar, but if w e
bad any Mud if Xuj boat, wp think these vessels
need not to havo walled s long at they did.
We understand that our Tug Vuctu tow oot auy
Ttsscl vthcu thero is a fidr'wliid;' could theto' vessels
have becu towed to tea vtbeu they were ready, it it
quite likely that they would havo betu over tulLuay to
1 ' Uslr'ports of desMnitloo by this" Hum'. ' f
The new ark.etluo W U DUuoud, built by MaUbow
Turner or the HprecULa llros, wasfUauchfdyvterdy,
i Jau 13, at 11 o'clock. SheVilll Ws'laru carrier tud a
good tiller. Hue cabin It cut ) l tiled up, but It thona
4 iv iwuu. aiwuu sisvu wuiu niiu ssvv(i targe tiaiu
rooms, promising good accommodations for paengers
Bhe has a forward hone on the main deck, In which
are the galley and the accommodations for the men.
The dimensions of the vessel are as followsi Length
over all 1BI feet) depth of hold UK feet; and she will
register about 400 tons. Herbowsptlt la 21 feet long!
Jlbboom 15 feetl foremast 6.1 feet j topmast 4Sfectt top
gallant mast 22 feet ! royalmast It feet s forcyard TO ttj
lower forctopsall yard 61 feet; upper Mfeetj mainmast
02 feet long, topmast 27; top gallast niait 11 feet with a
!i foot pole i main-boom 87 ft Gin; gaff 32 ft mlxzenmait
Mfeet; topmast .15 feet with a 0 foot pole. The vessel
presents a line wholesome appearance, and Is one of
the largest ever built at this port. Attn
The above veil Is now on the berth at San Francisco
for this port, consigned to Mtssrs W O Irwin A Co
There Is another steamer expected from Whampoa In
about a week or ten days, The name, we believe, Is the
Schooner Clans Hprcckels, Cnpt. Cousins, left Knhu
lul JanSHth for thin port. Encountered a HWgale. and
hove-M oil Maul, barometer 202. Feb 1st gale subsided,
eincu which llmo havo had line weather and calms,
Jan 30 eaw the betne Consuelo about 60 or t''i miles N E
of Knhnlut, for which port she was bound, Feb 2d saw
a schooner off Maul nnder double rei fed mainsail, fore
sail and flying-Jib, heading toward Maul, supposed to be
the Wallele bound to Haiku,
H-hooncr Kulamanii, todays from Kohalalsl, Hawaii,
reports siting a llrltleh bark off the wcathersldeof Mo
lokal oil the both Jan bound to this port (probably the
llrltish bAtk Viola, 157 day from Llvi rpoolj.
For San Francisco, per Kalakaua, Feb "-6SI,ii,7 8
lbs sugar, 2JW lbs cufiVo, 7HJ galls molasses, l(i boxes
flsh,!Mcs olives, 10 bxs nails. For alue, $s7J.Duni
vnluu, $U,678 15.
. For SAn Francisco, per Discovery, Feb 2-S8I,0K),l'i8
lbs sugar, l.V,VsJ lbs rice, R3.8ri lbs wool, ItlliiincheS
bananns, atollsropo, Bempfy tanks. For mluo, $lirj 0V
Dcim viilne, iXj,C"1 Oi.
For. Hon Francisco, per ItulJkaiU, -Un M i'v,ui,
'Miss J Kl'ogne, iil'oltnh, Col Norrls, J ra lOvldy, II
Von Sclimldl, J K Wright, C l'elers, .1 lljler, J M
either, M Muset. II Lnhusen, M McKcut n, 1) 8 Hmlth,
Mr Hoe, U T Smith, C Albert, W Mntles,
For San Francisco, per Discovery, Fi' 21 1! Layard
.Mr Dotlcrwelch, Mra U II Light nnd 2 eki ..rcit, Mrs A
In this city, February 4th, to tho wife of Mr, John
Sheldon, a son.
THE SATURDAY PRESS
Published for tho Saturday FnKa Association by
Book, Job and Central Printer,
Honolulu, II, i,
Tho SATcnnAV Pjiess cannot undertake to return
commiinlintloiis, ncctptcd or rejected, nndwehnxcto
reonest currespomleiite to npiieiid their true nanus and
addresses, not necessarily for publication, lr mi de
sired, but as n guarantee of the good faith of the writer.
Kti. HATuniiAr 1'iirsH.
FEUUARY 5, 1881.
We nro not yot froo, It scorns, from tho
tnncliiimtions of this irrcprctiaitilo Moreno.
Our noiglibor tho Gazette pttblishca tlio full
toxfof" tho European paporsfrom which wo
quoted last week. Wo havo no wish to m.iko
or to multiply troubles, but is it not titno that
our Government pnrtctl company with Moreno,
absolutely and completely? As long as ho is
in possession of tho Iloynl autograph, nnd can
draw money from tho Hawaiian oxchcritior, it
must bo oxpectod that ho will bo cruditod with
an official position, though hoiias ceased to
A lottcr from ono of tho "youths" is pub
lished in tho Ruokoa. Not without comment,
wo nope. Wo do not proposo to givo tho full
toxt in this issue, but moroly to draw atten
tion to tho more particular subjects. Wo learn
that Moreno, having established himsolf for
tho timo at Berlin, viite3 to tho Hawaiian
Consul at Bromon lo " come over to him at
Merlin" I This tho "haughty Coniul," as our
lotter-writor calls him, vory naturally and
necessarily declined to do, " as a great deal of
Consular affairs koop mo in my office" Mr.
Moreno writes, to tho" Hawaiian Consuls in
Paris and Berlin that ho is "instiuctcd by
His Mnjosty tho King and by his (Moreno's)
colleague, .Mr. Bush," etc. Now, this lottcr'
is dated Becomber 23d. Had not Moreno's
official position been annulled long boforo that
date, and was not tho fact known to tho Con
suls long boforo that dato? Furthermore, wo
aro informed by this ingenuous youth, that
"Since wo loft Honolulu on tho 30th of
August to this day, wo havo been 'supported
by Mr. Moreno's own purse." Ho took away
with him 83000 for the purpose A prominent
official hciois Baid to bo "a downiight vil
lain." Other well-known gentlemen of tin's
city, who had tho miefortniiu to travol in com
pany with this gentle shepherd and his flock,
arouccuscd of publishing "lies" in San Fran
cisco, " Tlio missionaries" aro said to bo
"jealous of our coming abroad, lest wo should
know moro than thoy, and thus tho adminis
tration of tho G6vurmuont will be in tho hands
of Hawaii Poiioi. All tho foreign Con
suls are in thoir ring," etc.
Now here is tho outcome of tho education
theso youths havo received iu tho course ol
tho first four inoutlm 1
Is it not too bad that public money from
Iluwnii should bo epout on tho Inaiutuunuco of
such a mischief-maker and slanderer as this
Moruno? for wo acquit tho boy of anything
worse than, perhaps unconsciously, doing ovil
at tho bidding of an ovil iusttuctor. How
comes it that tho youth is ttblo to copy, vor
batim, into ono private loiter no less than
three'Consular lpttera of j piinili-cffioIHl ua
turo? Who but Moreno dictated tho wholo
production ? Whut sort of a publio servant s
ths? What sort of a 11111(1 is this to bo entrusted
with tho education of young lads at thu publio
oxponso ?. What sort of 'difficulties may nut
bo brought upon us, if ho meet tho King in
Europe and gulu his oar, as no doubt ho will
ondouvor to do? Wo trust that tho Govcnii
mout iiero and Mr. Armstrong abroad will
koop a keen oyo 011 thi man, and wholly ro
pudluto every sort of acknowledgment that
tho youths bo taken out of his bauds alto,
gcther. Hero aro lour mouths gone .by and
noithor tho place, nor the nature oi their edu
cation yot decided upon. It is said that ouo is
to bo uout to Kiel for a naval education. We
doubt If the shores of the Baltic bo tho most
advisable locality in which to placa u Hawaiian
youth for his first )Viuter away fiom his sunny
homo. And when or if thin young genllo
nittii return, nn accomplished naval officer,
w tut shalf wojlo with iiim ? There nro plenty
of v educational establishments, both in tho
United jtates and in Europe, whero these
youths might have been taught some useful
civil employment, law, phxsic, commerce, etc.
Why aro they not Jong ago at work at ono of
tlieso ? Tho fuct is, that the nndertakinir was
iU-dealgned and put into tho hands of a man
cniineuUy auuited for currylug it out. "Put
money iu thy puree,'' says Iago t eomo other
body's, says Moreno !
MissiNQ DKSJ.ATC1IJS8. TBtlsh Com
missioner, tho Fnjnoli acttug pqnyuWaioiior,
thoUeuaji,ltalIau, aw) 'Spanish Consul in
thi KingdoiikMiUto that certain despatches
'Hlt M tliew-12, ' reW,-'"vo Governments,
hvt jfet Wsu .wceivsd. , Of thesA some are
merely unanswered, but others are pcmitlve'ly
,reporj.eU ;jot t Jm received. Some are known
to havo gone through the post office, some iu
tho bags of tlio Compnny's Agents. Am, how- J
over went by tho August Rlcnmer which took
Moreno rnvny, nnd tho question is being nsked
has that mail been tampered with? A cor
respondence on tho subject has been opened
with tho Government, which is determined to
uao every possible effort to sift the matter till
the truth be arrived at.
Titn new Chinese Treaty wilh tho United
Slates has particular refcrenco to two import
nut subjects, viz: Tho immigration of Chinese,
and tho opium traffic.
Tho Articles relating to immigration nro
decidedly vague, if not incomprehensible, and
at least contradictory. Articlol gives to tho
United States tho power to regulate, limit or
susp'iul immigration, but "may not absolutely
prohibit it. " This U relative to Chinese la
borers only, whereas by Art. II, "teachers,
Htudcnth, merchants or from curiosity, (?) to
gether with body and household sorvnnts, may
bo allowed to go nnd como of thoir own free
will and accord &c, " A notabto fcaturo in
the letter clause is, that thoro is no limit to
tho number of body servant who may ac
compnny a no-called merchant, Oltineso
gentry iib 11 rulo do not travol alone, nnd it is
a common practice Tor n wealthy mnii to havo
forty or fifty rolninerH. Should tho prohibition
clause bo put into forco temporarily how easy
for them to ovado it by availing themselves of
tho latitude given in tho following article; nnd
who is more ready or more cap.tblo of taking
advantage of n technicality in the wording of
an agreement than a Chinaman,
Furthermore, tho Chinese immigrant is to bo
"accorded all tho rights, privileges, immuni
ties nnd exemptions which mo accorded to tho
citizens and subjects of tho most favored na
tions.'' From this it may naturally bo inferred
that tho Chinese immigrant when in tho United
States may travel whorovcr his will and plea
sure may tako him, and may buy laud, till tho
soil, or establish himself in business in iu any
part of tho States. It is not so on tho other side.
A citizen of tho United States, as is tho caso
with all other nationalities who havo li eatics
with China, is allowed to trado at tho openporli
unli, which are about eighteen in number, and
on no account can they reside, much Iohb do
business clsowhore, excepting thoy bo mis
sionaries. Even these gentry 1110 frequently
subject to ill-usago and rough treatment when
they venture on a now field, and rarely or ever
do they obtain redress for the ignominies and
hardships to which thoy and their families aio
Art. 2 iu tho commercial treaty is altogether
Articlo II. Tho Governments of China and of
the United States mutually nico and undertake
that Chinese subjects shall not bo iK-rmitted to
iiitjKi t opium in any of tho ports of the United
htutos, and citizens of tlio United States shall not
bo iKjrmitted to imjmi I oriiuiu into any of the ojion
ports of China, or to trantjiort from one opon port
to any other opon port, dr to buy and tell ojinm in
any of tho open ports of China. This absoluto
prohibition, which oxtends to vessels owned by
the citizens or hulijocts of eithor Power, to
foreign vossols employed by them, or to vossels
owned by the citizens or subjects of tithor Power,
nnd employed by other persons for transportation
of opium, Hhall bo enforced by appropriate legisla
tion ou tho part of China and the United States,
and tho benefits of the favored claims m oxistint;
treaties shall not bo claimed by the cltiens or
subjects of either Power asagainst tho provisions
of this articlo.
Tho italics aro ours. A. Chinaman may not
import tho chug into tho United StntcB. A
citizen df tho United States may not import,
buy or sell opium in any of tho open porlB of
China. Our friend the Gazette is of tho opin
ion that this is intended " to establish n prcco
dent for inserting a liko clnuso in all future
troatios," Now this trado is almost entirely
iu tho hands of Biitish merchants, who import
direct fiom India to Hongkong. There, tho
drug is resold to any ono who likes to pur
chase it, Hongkong being n frco port. It is
tlidn 'distributed over China and is used large
ly ns an articlo of baiter for tea and silk. Tho
Ameiican hoimeshave hitherto had their share
of tho opium trado, and hayo no doubt bene
fitted by it as well us their neighbors. Up to
1870 nino-tcutliH 0MI10 carrying trado on tho
Yungtsic, tho Mississippi of China, was douo
uudor tho Amoiicau flag. At that lime, tho
China Merchants' Company, finding themselves
unable to wipo out tho American flag by com
petition, did bo by purchase. Tho entire fleet
of tho Shanghai Steam Navigation Company,
consisting of about twenty largo steamers
under tho American flag, ut that date passed
into the hands of the Chinese for the sum uf
02,700,000. A few years previously the Amer
icans had tho entire monopoly of tho river
traffic between Hongkong and Canton. In both
cases tho best paying trado was tho carjiago
of opium. Tho Chinese themselves now roup
tho bonofit of tho exorbitant freights charged
on tho transit of opium, which by tho way, is
about five times as much as on any other mor
chuudieo, while tho American is by tho now
treaty deteircd from sharing in jtin any shape.
Tiis places tho American at u diaadvuntago
with his English, French and German rivals.
It is oxtromoly questionable whether tho Brit
ish Government will over submit to u similar
restriction, as long as tho Chinese continuo to
grow and cultivuto thu poppy on their own
.soil,, IT thoy, (tho Chinese) could jiruduce qti
article equal iu quality to the Indian drug,
thoy would soon cease to buy tho latter, and
consequently tho importation wqijld decrcasp,
if it did not outirely stop. It is very siguili
caut "thut tho wotds " buy or sell " are not ap
plied to tho Chiiicso 011 American soil. It is
needles to point out how easily tho Ohiua
fman may got all the opium ho requires-, when
in thu States,, Until tha ipipertutioii qf opium
into tho States is rendered contraband, this
claino may bo considered u dead lettcrns far
us, the Chimunun is concerned. Tlio inference
to ho drawn from the whole toxt of tho now
Treaty is that tho Chlneso havo got all thoy
desired, whereas tho Americans havo lost tho
liberty of carrying on a legitjmato atid profit
Til p. queHtioti, how beat tn obtain additional
labor for1 our industries and our households,
is still tho most prominent uhioogst tho many
uiattora which uro discussed throughout the
whole community. Tho ttdrisublity and the
possibility of drawing on tho over-populated
provinces of British India, ia being moro than
ever debated. Wu have alwuya favored the
idea and recommended that an attempt be
made in earnest.
There need bo no ambassadors or special
commissioners provIdetl.'-Tho, legulur mails can
put usin communication with the British aud
the Anglo-Indian Governments if our Cabinet
will simply aslc th question "on what terms,
and under what comition tho AngloIudliUt,1
Government will permit emigration to these
Islands?'' " ' 'W1
Wo are convinced thai .the answer Must bo
favorable, Tho Peninsula, of Hindustan, if
we may call it so, from, the Himalayas to capo
Comorin, aud from the delta of the Gauges ,o
that of tho Indus, contains so many races,
each distinct from the other, in religion nnd
descent, intollcchinlty nnd cthnolngicnlly, dlf-
fcring ono from another, Hint any wcll-cntrnsf
cd agent cntild engngo wholo families whoso
presence vould bo n positive benefit here, and
n relief to the over-crowded districts there
Tho cxpenso of bringing them hero would bo
less than that of bringing Chinese, and oven if
it woro found necessary to establish n special
office, or officer, for their supervision, it would
cost leas than Is consumed by the swarms nf
Chinese, who can never ho called upon to givo
any " oslcnsiblo means of making a living."
A householder with n gcntlo Ayah to look
after the children, or a plantation with a few
score hardy hill men from tho Ncilghcrrics
would bo iu an enviablo position. Easily housed,
easily fed, theso peoplo would bo just exactly
what is wanted. Germans nro amongst tho
best Immigrants for a country llko tho United
States j Swedes and Norwcigi.ins nro good, tlio
somi-African Portuguese are K3od, but not for
field hands. Wo ought not lo expect that an
educated, nr half educated uinu will tako kind
ly to booing woods between rows of sugar
cano. Our own natives aio perhaps tho best
workmen available, but thon thoy aro too fow.
Chinamen aro capital workmen, but thoy will
uotcompctu with their own countrymoii so as
to reduce waga-iato; but thoy will combine
together to keep it up. Some healthy competi
tion must bo set 011 foot, or many of our bimi
ticssos must break down, and where is this
material to bo (omul but tn India? Tho im
migration from tho South Sea has given us
Homo valuable help but not to tho extent noed
loo, aro good, but do not and will not fulfiill
our iifjriciiltttr.il omorgoncios. Let us thou
od, nor wilt it ovor. European immigrants
turn to India, Wo cannot forsoo tho movt ro
moto probability of ttmiito Intorforcnco by tho
British Government iu our domestic concerns.
That Govornmeut will no doubt ask for strin
gent rules and accurately drawn contracts bo
foioit permits its subjects to engngo them
selves to any foreign employer, but theso onco
accepted, wo doubt not that it will bo loft lo
tho good faith of tho Hawaiian Government to
carry out tho bargain, and wo sco no difficulty
in tho way which may not bo piercod with tho
point of a pin.
Wo havo now a remarkably able man, tho
rccont Attoincy-Gonoial, Mr. Armstrong,
travelling'ns tho Agent of tho Board of Immi
gration j and if ho bo instructed to tako up tho
question in otrnest, no doubt it must reach a
nitisfactniy solution. Only this more if it
bo undertaken with a predisposition to say,
" There, I know it would fail, " then it trift
fail. If it bo undertaken with tlio thought "I
must succeed, and I will, " then success is
S. S. LANpr.aciiUT, who was convicted in
tho Supremo Court of attempting to bribe a
public officor, was, on motion of tho Deputy
A ttorney-Qcnornl, allowed to go on bis own
rocoKiiizanco, to appear for judgment when
called upon by tho polico authorities. As this
was dono to givo Landcscliut a chanco to lcavo
tho country, lio embraced the oppottuuity and
dopartcd tor tlic't'olur.iea by the steamer Zea
lai.diu. TOPICS OFTHE DAY.
ITarpcr's Monthly for February contains
pait III of "English LakeB and their Genii, "
and, among othor interesting articlos, " Tho
Gospel History in Italian Painting, " "Pottery
in the United States, " " Literary and Social
Boston, " and " Tho Early History of Charles
James Fox. "
Tin: Concert at the theatre ou Friday night
was a financial as well an n musical success.
Tho gross rcccipts'wcroSOl!), aud of this sum,
ovor S500 were avnilahlo for tho benefit of thu
' llritieh Honovolont Society, '' in whoso be
half tho Concert was' given. Wo beg agajn to
thank tho ladies and geiitlomon who assisted.
Mr. Young, tho manager of tho Honolulu Iron
W'oiIcb, had been mostcnorgotio and pains-tak-'ng
in getting up tlio benefit, and ho was hoart
ily backed up by tho employees of tho estab
lishment, who couttibuted largely to its
0f Thursday ovening tho play of "Tho Two
Orphans " was given ut tho new Thoatro.
II. It. II. tho Princess Itogeut, tho Govomori
tho American Ministor Resident aud tlio Brit
ish Commissioner occupied the royal box, and
a fair, though not a full bouse attended. Thu
pieco was well put ou tho stage, but owing to
tho necessity which coinpollod several of tho
pei'formoiB to tako two chaructors, sonio
omiseioiiB wero unavoidable Wo cannot liamo
all tho characters who deservo notice, but can
only Bay that tho punishment inflicted by La
Frocliard on tho unlucky Louisa appuard to
bo very ro.tlistic, and tho conlicalities of Pic
ard tho valet, made tho house roar with laugh
tor. Tho pieco is to be repeated this ovoniug,
ArmsT rulioarsal of tho cxttemely funny
operetta "11. M.S. Finaforo" wits given nt
tho Lyceum on Tuesday ovouing. A large
gathering of our ainatours assisted. Mr.
Harudcii sang tlio tenor tnialu, and gavo the
rocitalivo aud spoken dialogues, and explained
(ho play, tho rations situations and tho Htngo
action, for the advatitago of thoso who had not
seen It before, as thoy weut through the pjoce.
Amongst the lady aolobingors woro Mn Paty,
Mrs. Hanideii, and otitis, and amongst tho
guutlouiou, Mr. Ilarndeu and Mr. T. II. Walker
took tho most prominent parts, Tim choruses
wero given with great spirit utid full appre
ciation, both of tho fun and the music. Mr,
Ucrgor was at tho piano and helped effectually
to explain tho special peculiarities and neccs
sitieH uf tho play. Ay this was a first rehoar
ual, Homu ails of course had to bo ropoated and
corrected, but tho way it was given promises
unbounded nncccas when iho timo comes. The
parts, woio not then alloted, hut thoro is good
reason to believe that each will b'e completely
filled. ,- ''i
A Fuw words about the stuulUpox visita
tion in 1872 may not be uninteresting at this
timo. In looking pver some old records, wo
find that tho first victim was a Mr. Fletcher,
u passenger by the steamer Xebruaku front
Sat) Francisco, which arrived here on tho fltli
of May, He wn taken to Dr, McG'iew's hos
pitul by a native on Ihe Gth, and died thero.
Tho native, Naioie, who droro the express iu
which 'Iwwin convoyed to tho hospital, was
taken sick qt) the 20th of May, fourteen days
after being' with Fletcher. A. nuflvo womsn
y.)iq liid left hero on tlio schooner Juanltn for
Muui was taken with the disease, and was seat,
vU9fc" onlbe'Jlfo W awl taken to thViiiiar"-utiMliecfiUl.-
IMkroMel were quarantined,
but noue on board toik the smal-pgx, Nf iolo,
who took the ftrst 'victim to the hospital, spread
it Here 'than snyoMoelM. Mis, wife wu .the
firsi to tnkV i.nW) Wotlw(nd"his wife,
who had slept k Kalolo'a bed, wero both taken
sick on Juno 2d, about two weeks after Nalolo
first showed symptoms of tho discaso; tho
latter two died. Tho discaso continued to
spread, and up to August 3d, cloven persons,
nil natives, had died. Tlio majority of thoso
who took it recovered, satititary regulations
being moro strictly enforced than during tho
first visitation of tho epidemic in 1853, when
tho natives weto swept off by tlio thousands.
To tho PnbHe.
:Jew Vouk, January Gth, 1831.
ifn. M. McIiKn-tr, Ho-julcmj!
DrXn Suit tn reijnrd to prices, profits, .tc, we think
we know how the Roods that you complain of get Into
jonr market, and Invo taken steps lo put a stop to ft.
U 0 now Know of n lot nf gold cases being made In this
city (not by ns, of 1 onrtt.) for your market, the quality
of which Is below standard, Hie enses tttnliipoil INk
lidii;? only 1 1, ami Ihr I Ik "illy It!, Wo don't
Intend to allow any of our movements logo out Inlhrss
caes If wo can help It. The same Is true of thosllnr
natches, and wo trust that 1011 will In fntnrs And It
easier to keep up prices and secure n fair profit.
809 3t ItOHIlIN & APrLETOtf.
To the StiRarManufacturcs of tho Hawaiian Islands.
P. TUI.bY would repcctftllly offer iifs Services as a
Hiiirir Iloller, having had twenty years experience In
that capiclty In other countries, aril three In this. He
fi'ols compttent lo fill the position In any llolllng
Hoiiso In thla Kingdom. Good references jzlvcn If
rediilrril. AHDIIKS8 DOS HI.
SW 21 ilm I'ost Olllce Honolulu
From the Svdniy Jjailg Tettgraflh, .Tunf 20, 1PW.
The Wallham Watch Company have been nw'ardl'd tho
only Rold medal Riven for watches al Iho Wjdnoy Inter
national Exhibition, and nro tho only exhibitors In any
rlnts from the United mates who have received this
dlstlnctlvo recognition. . ,
1 Solo Agent Tor the llnwallan Islands.
rsiii: iir.iiitf.Ait i1i!i.i:ns mirrixo ok
n. the Honolulu Library nnd Heading Iloom Assocla
Hon will tako placoTlUH HVHNINd Hl7'4 o'clock.
SI It II. A. l'AKMKI.CK, Hcc'y.
Oni: uimsii oii:ii.t ruit o.v tut; si.mjkh
Sewing Mnchltic, nnd llvo good bands lo lrlm,iit
the Dress and C'loakmaklng establishment of
MKH. A. M. JUll.MS.
SI at 101 1'ort m., Hrcvver's llloclr, Honolulu.
rn. THOMAS UAIX WATjTClStt IS
i.vL authorized to net for mo under full Tower of At
torney, nnd all oilier powers of attorney lsued bj mo
am thl daj revoked. TIIl'.O. It. DAVIfc.-i.
Honolulu, l'obruary 1, 1831. HJ'J tfl It
AT Till', AN."VU.I. .iu:i.timi OP THE
Honolulu Iron Works Company, held .TniiuaryOlst,
18S1, the following olllcers wero nappoliitcdi
President Tlito. II. llavles.
Auditor W.I, (In tn.
Hporetarv and Treasurer iT. K. Wnlkcr.
2,1 -It T. It. WA1.KKU, HccMtary.
OlSTTC COTTAG12 AND XOT,
lierot l.uiiullloand Pllkol Streets, to 1
l'or particulars enquire of the owner.
It. W. UllANNtH,
On the premises, or of
H. II, 1JOI.K.
BOSTON LINE OF PACKETS
THE l'lSIJ Al DAltlvT
from Ma l'tb lo Juno 1st next. Orders for
(loods by this vesel shonld leave hero on or be
foru April Hill. For further particulars apply to
t.vv J. it
AT, THE AN. Ml A I. .HIltiriNO ' T1IK
Koliahi Sugar Company, held at tho olllce or
Castlo ,fc Cooko on Thursday, the "Jrd Inst., tlio follow,
tn olllcers vvero chosen for tlio ensuing year:
Hon. J. Jlott Hnillh President.
baiu'l O. Allen VlcvPrcsident.
, Hon. yanfl N. Castle Treasurer.
J. D. AthirtLtl , Secrctnry.
C. 1. Cooko Audltur.
J. 11. ATHEHTON, Secretary K. a. CO.
g.1 KI'J lui
Sui'iii'.ni: tjttiiKT t Tin: iiawaiiax
lslauds. In tho matter of WII.LIA.M L. DAVIS, t
voluntary liankrupt. In llankruptcy. '
Notice is licroby given tliut 11 iiieLltug of the credltoril
who havo proved debts against tho estate of said Wil
liam L.iDavIs, to tho amount of $1U0 or more, will b
held ut tlio ulllco of the Clerk of the bupremo Court. 11
Alllolanl Halo In Honolulu, 011 THUH&DAY, tho 17tl
day of 1'EIlHUAltY Instant. at 10 o'clock A. M.. for th-i
purpose of electing Assignees of said liankrupt a tslati
pursuant to the Statute.
A. ItOSA, Deputy Clerk.
Honolulu, l'ebrnary j, I88I.1 SI 2t
HAWAIIAN AGUICULTUIIAL COMPANY
At tiii; a:oij.i. iiiiniii.xi or tjiii
Company the following olllcers woro clectid foi
tho ensuing yean
Hun. Clus. It. Illshop President.
Henry A. P. Carter.,, Vice-President.
Joseph O. Carter Secretary.
Peter U. Joins, jr Trtasurer.
Tom .May Auditor.
Hoard of lilrectors:
Hon. C. It. Illshop, Henry May, P. C. Jones, Jr.
lijat ,1. U. UAltTJ:H, accietary 11. A. CU.
NOTICE FOE TENDERS.
TliNDUltS VIX.11 HE ItJiCIilVED
Supply of Beef to tho (Jueoi'8 Hospital,
For a term of ono year froav and after March 1, 1881.
Sealed tenders to be handed to thu undersigned on or
beroro NOOX THU lltl'H INST., when tliey will ba
opened at Ills olllce. Persons desiring to mako tenders'
will pleasocall on the undersigned beforehand for nee
of sury particulars. l' A. SUHAEi'lIlt, bec'y.
Honolulu. I'ebtuary a, ISai. ' ' iSI lit SKI Ut
OFf'ICE FOR KENT I
IN rrilK' KEAr MASOJfIC lIAXiTi
llnlldlng, corner of (Jueoii and Fort sis. Apply to
h " a b. UAiriuw.
THOS. C THRUM,
IMPORTING AND MANUFACTUIIINQ
STATIONER, NEWS AGENT
Merchant btrcel, and Dealer tn
Fine Stationery, Books, Fancy Goods
Fort Street (Drew er'a Ulock).
Hcelved for each Derariment every month, and
bpeclal Orders attended to with prompliiesi.
The Bindery Department
Is the only Complfte Kstsbllihmrnt with all needed
Machinery nnd Unmuetsut Workinrii In th city, In t
tend trxjill work from l'suiphlct 10 Presentation llook
Blank Book Manufacturing of any Description
AT HArD T)II8 VEKK, A FIN.K
Assortment of Picture Mouldings,
Statuary, Palnteiand Chruimi Panels,
Frames, M'ats, Kasels and other Art Goods,
Velocipede., Bicycles, Oak Wagons, ic.,ii;,
Which will bo opened up at tho
ia 3- FQRT gTBEETSTOHf
Notice of Dissolution of Co-l'rtuerh.
TS-oriCi: IM IIKKGHV (HVKK THAT TIIK
i.1 co-partnership bulwwn Mrs. L. F. Dickson for tha
Estate of J. U. HlcLsou, It. Lewors and O. M. Cooke un
der (be linn namo of Lewers A, Dickson, Is this day dis
solved by uiulcul consent. .
All diuts owlug to the salt! Arm will bo collected, and
all liabilities will lie assumed by ovuat;cc(ssiiks, Messrs.
Luwvrt A Cooko.
I,AUHA y. DICKSON,
For Iho Estate of J. . Dkkson,
,1' 'Notice of Ckwiipeirf OiTiirtiMrsliip.
HAVIMU FUBCHAMIIl' THK INTMIIMT
uf lbs lata tl. 6, Hkko n Hie, inn of Messrs.
L,we ii pickaQiLpotlctilsbereuytn. that It, tewrra
aud V. M.'C'ook will eoatlnaa tha business of.Utulsrs
In Lumber aud Uulldlaz Materials, uudr lbs firia namo
of !,t.wera ti Cooke, - KOHKUT 1-KWKS,
" C. M.COOKM.
Honolulu. Jannary 1. 1WI. 18 (So
TOBACCO AV CItAElTTl!i;
. rr &m&Jzmj.m&!!M
l7nl nMBrPWslssWMrf Jvaj jwfiTtnTH
GEO A. MOORE, 1'resldcnt. W. It. CMJNKSS, Vice President and Mcdlral Dlteetah K. H. MOTT, Jn Scc'y
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
1 007 and 1009 Second Stroot, Sacramonto.
To nil Desirous of Securing the Benefits of Llfo Insnrnncof
The first consideration with applicants for life Insnranco Is, or at least should be, SAFETY. Will tho
money paid out for Hie Policy be prudently Invested I Aro tho affairs of tho Company hoiir-tly and efficiently
ndmlnlsttrtd ? When the Policy becomes ft clslm, will It be promptly paid, and thus the object which Induced
the payment of tlio prrmlums be fully attained ? Thrse are iiirrUs iinimally suggested, and the character of Iho
answers neicrmin nir course 01 ine questioner sun ui n
In Ibis connection, tho .Managers or tlio iwinu
beg lenve In submit Ihe following facts and slalenunls concerning their tompanyi
I. Since Its organisation, A. 1). 1S8, It has paid ,111 death losV'S, on policies 1
2. It has pild to policy holders, for maturtd endowments, dividends, and surrender valnes, In ronnd num
bers, 8l,WU.w. , .,,., ..., ..,. ,., . . t..
, liAn ...niter,..! nuliit If ntwl It IiSn In, lltf 1 this
1 lis lo" nnTe oeen inm nroinitiij nnu wiiuoiiv
I. It has repeatedly bten examined by sworn eiperls,and most thorough Knd searching Investigations made
of Its condition nnd business, and IN KVK11Y UASE lis solvency and trtislwotthlness havebeetl demonslraled,
5. Its stockholders and Directors aro widely known as amonjr the most capable business men and ablest
financiers nf Ihe State of California, and the Integrity of their management Is unquestioned
6, Tho laws of tha Slate, Including Ihe constitutional provisions aflVctlng corporations, arc of the most rigid
character, such as to mako the company one of Ilm safest Institutions of lis kind.
Section 3 Of Atllcle XI I Of Ihe NEW CONS TI TUTION of the Plate of California, Is as followsi
"Sro. II. Each stockholder of a corporation or Joint slock association shall be Individually and personally
holder, as the amount of stock or shate owned by him
shares of the cortioratlon or association. Tim Directors
uauio lor snen proportion 01 an lis uents ana iiauuities
shall be jointly nnd severally liable to the creditors and
by the otlUeranf such corporation or Joint stock association, during the term of olllce of such Ilireclor or Trustee,"
T, lis policy contracts contain no restrictions Upon residence or travel, and Its forms of Insurance are tin
usually attractive. The Low Hate, Deposit Endowment, and .Mutual Investment Policies, arb picullar lo this
Company, and oiler advantages to the Insured which aro not surpassed, If equalled, by thop of iny oilier
8. When desired, Policies can bo registered by the Insurance Commissioner of California, on the payment
of a moderate fee, undn Policy holder III flin PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFK INSUKANOK COMPANY OP CALL
I'OIINIA hs then Hid absolute guarantee of tho State of California that Ihe money held by this Company against
the contingency nf his death, la secured by bonds and mortgages deposited In tho Stato Treasury, Willi llrccm
berBlsl, HOT, tho Company closed Its eleventh year, and in so doing allords tho only Instance on record In which a
life Insurance company In Iho eleventh year of lis exlslcnco was enabled lo pay lis death lossn from Interest
receipts: nor oniy mb in is none, ouv 111 aoouion inercio n eoiisiiieiiiiiio htiimis (riiiniiit-u.
llclletlng unrselvrs entitled to Ihe confidence and business of inch as proposo etTcctlnc Insurance upon
human Hie, w lollell Ihelr paltonage, and pledjiu onrsclvi s to discharge tn tho best of nur ability, the Important
nnn sacrtu limy ucvuivru noon us.
jiui.r.ju mir.u'v uuii,
.1. 1'. I1UUIIII klJUi
L, S. ADAMS,
THE COLLEGE OF ST. LOTJIS
COMMERCIAL & BUSINESS ACADEMY,
HONOLULU, OAHU, H. I.
TJ1I8 JNS'J'JTU'I'IOK MKINO HK
nitila fiom rlly allurements, Is nn acknowledged
safeguard for morals for salubrity nf Climate, Is tinrl
vailed. Iho buildings aro largo nnd commodious, hlle
the grounds afford tho pupils opportunities for health
Unremitting attention will bo given to the Intellectual
and moral culture of tho pupils, Nnn-Cnthollc pupils
will bo frto to nltend tha religions cserelses or not, ac
cording ns their parents or guurtllitns may desire.
Pnplls nre received nt any time during the year. No
reduction will be mndp frnm regulnr charges, except for
absence caused by protracted Illness.
No lenvo of absence during the scholastic year, except
at the Collego vacations or by special permission.
Each imnll must on entering obtain 0110 suit of uni
form, which with all other necessary clothing, Ac, Ac.
will be furnished nt moderate cost by the College; but
none of these will bo provided by tho College unless by
Puv incuts ard to bo made quarterly, and Invariably
In advance. .
The course of study Is Classical, Scientific and Com
mercial; Latin, Greek, French, Spanish, German and
Italian nro taught.
Particular attention will lie paid to the English Lan-
Suaco In nil its branches. Literatim, Pure nnd Mixed
lathematlcs, History, Geography, Chemistry und Nat
ural Philosophy, Ac.
For Hoard, Lodging, Tuition nnd Washing, per
Scholastic Year $) (I)
Kntran.'C feo....i , , 10 110
Vacation at College 40 00
Music, vocal nnd Instrumental Drnwlng and Modem
DAY PUPILS Senior Cla J) (O
'Junior Cla 40 00
Tho Scholastic 'Year consists nf two Stsslons, each
comprising n period of live months. The first session
commence on tlicUOth of August; tho second on tho
SOtli of Jannary.
For nil aud further particulars, apply to
HEV. W..J. LAHKINj President.
No, J Uerctaula st.
Evening School Department of St. Louis
The President has decided to Include this branch In
the curriculum of thu College.
Its objivi Is to afford nil classes of tha community tho
means of acquiring 11 theoretical and practical knowl
edge, of all commercial and business transactions In
dully tiso; and also to give nn Insight Into the workings
and application of tliaultrercnt Trades, which It Is so
essential (o do lu these Islands.
The Theoretical llraileh will bo under tho supervision
of the President and Professors of Iho Colli go. Tho
Practical and most Important llranch will Le spcclnlly
attended to byivoltintoers from tho varlouH master artl
zans union;; ua, who lmvc kindly and generously prom
ised their services trithfsiiscfuland valuable enterprise.
Tltey will, nlternnloly, devote hulf an hour each even
ing tn, tho task of Importing knowledgo to the students.
All tho Implements necessary to each trade, and lo Ag
riculture, will bo furnished by thu Colli go.
lege, will be cntltlul to namo one i'roc-Llrc-Scbolnrship
i.uen inasier-oruzaii, wnue connected with tlio Col
to the priv lllgct of this Evci.lng School Department
1 nit; (11 1, iiivi m 11119 AVCI.IIIg ociiuoi ut'iian
TERMS Each student pi r week.&Octs. 'Ihe
pi r week.GOcta. 'the Evening
School will open ut 1 o lock p. ru.
K p. ra. IB Ml
TO PLANTERS AND OTHERS
I DEO TO NOTIFY
Planters and the Public
THAT I, AM PREPAItTED TO
FURNISH .PLANS AND ESTIMATES
Steam Portable Tramways,
With or without Cars and Locomotives,
Specially udnnled for Sugar riautailons !
Steam yioughlnp; nnd Cultivating Mncuinery,
Traction KnginoH nnd lload LouoniotlvcB,
Ixiooiiiotivoti for any KiiUfje of Kailwuy,
I'ortaliloiKiiKinott for nil purputuia,
Vimlltig Kugiuca for Inclined.
MESSRS. JNO. FOWLER ft COn
Of Leeds, tnijljiid, .whom I toprcicnt, have supplied
Portable Hallways tor Sugar Plantations In Oula,Trlul
dad, Deraararu, Peru und Mexico, for all of which places
they havo supplied Steam Ploughing Machinery.
Tliey have ala during tha last 15 years manufactured
Locomotives for Jtallvvuys lu Croat Ilritaln and tho Col
onies, India, Mexico, Ceylon, L'gypt and Peru, from 'JO.
Inch gauge tin to n feet !l Inch xnuge, mid suited for al
kinds of track nud traffic.
'lhey havo supplied tlio Governments of OrcatllritalC.
Ocriuaiiy,, ilusnta und Italy with Traction .Engines
Which have glvon cyory satisfaction, us well as larre
numbers for prlvatu use.
Any communications 10 ba addressed to It, 11, Fowler,
care of W, L. Gteen, Ksq., nr U. W. Macfarlana A Co.,
Honolulu, wjiq will net as their Ageuis.
Catalogues, with HluttratlQiis, models and photo
graphs or iboabovo-plant and machinery may bo seen
at tho olllce ot,0, W. Macfarlana & Co.
It. ll.FOWLEIt, for
. , , JNL FOWLKK 4 CO.
N. P. I propose to visit Iha different Islands during
he next few weeks, and shall ba pleased to glva any In
tormalloii with rrjard to tho application of tbodlferent
styles of tho above machinery tu each locality.
2 " iOWLEIt.
OFFER FOR BA1VE
The Following Goods,
KX LATE AHKIVALS.
Best Cul. Hard Bed Bricks,
Best Cal. Frwih Lime.
CS HENNESSEY X. XX AND XXX BRANDY
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TIIK UKUEItSluNED OFFKltfl
THE BALANCE OF HIS STOCK
AT CUtL'ATLY IlKHCCKU PItlOKS,
ConsUtuHf of tkefsIlflwUg Oodt, vii ;
RoUs lk-f t China No, 1 Mattiiiu,
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Hires t. HU m 8m 1
npiMS UNDK1UUOKKD HAVING
X been appointed by the Court aa Administrator it
us atsuvs vi buarisa lAiar, ccassa, rtquCHf ill du.
ties indebted to tn Kstate, to make Immediate Daynisnt
andallBril6hi,ni cUIt 4MJnKl4 said ftaial to
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amounting In tha aesrecate to
iiiiun.iini. .i jiiiiuiiii;ii.iiiisiiik jruiu n 1 uiict claim nns
contrscieu or inciirren uuring ine lime no was a siock
bears to the vvhole of Iho snbscrlbcd capital slock or
or 1 rustics of comoratlnns and lolnt stock associations
storkholders for all moneys emberaled or misappropriated
SAMI'EL LAVHNSON, CJIAIH.nS N. FOX
.1. 11. CAltllOLL, It. C. CL.MIK,
(IHO. A.MOOKK, ltl)W, CADWALADKIl,
1IUUII M LsltUK, W. It.CLU.NKSS,
II. W. KAHL, K. K ALS1P,
Dmrx-rmts l'Acirio Mittual Ltrs Insuiiaxck Com taut.
Conoral Agont. Honolulu.
OUPBBMK COUIIT OF TIIK IIA-
O wallan Islands. In probate. In the Kstata of
CLAltKNCK W, COOKK, nf Honolulu, II. I., deceased
Intestate, llefnrn Mr. Justice McCully.
Ou reading and tiling the petition of Cuba Coosit,
widow of said C, W. Cooke, alleging Hint said Clarenco
W. Cooke, of Honolulu, Oahu, dltil Intcatnto at Hono
lulu, Oahn, on the lib day of March, A. D, ISM, nnd
praying that Letters of Administration and of Ousrdian
shlp or tho person and property of Juliette Montaguo
Cooke, a minor, Issue to petitioner, said Clara Cooko;
It IS ordered that WKDNKSHAY, Iho Kith day of FK11
HUAHY, A. II. 1W)I, be and hereby la appointed for
hearing said petition before tho said Justice, lu tho
Court ltoom of this Contt, nt Honolulu, at which timo
and placo all persons concerned may appear and show
cause, If any they linve, why said petition should not bo
granted, and that this order be published In the English
Press" newspaper. 111 Honolulu.
Dated Honolulu. II, I., :27th January. A
Justice of tho Supremo Court.
Attcstt A.ltnsA, Deputy Clerk.
Cjvbtik t Hatch, Attorneys for Petitioners. 25 3t
ejiii'i'iuii: coiiitr or Tilt: iiamaiiaiv
3 Islands, In Probate. Island of Oalint Hawaiian
Islands, ss. In the matter of tho Estate or UUWAHI)
KVllltKTT. deceased. Order npiotntlng time for Pro,
bate or Will and directing publication of notice of tha
A document purporting tn bo tho last will and testa
ment of Kdward Kverett. deceased, having, nn tho Wlh
day of January, A. I). 1811, been presented to said Pro
bato Court, and a petition for probata thereof, and for
tha Issuance of letters testamentary to Thomas W.
Kverett, and that Alex. J, Cartwrlgbt uo appointed Ad
ministrator with tho Will annexed, buvlne been (lied bv
J. O. Carter, It Is hereby ordered that TUKSDAY. tha
Klehth day of FKIIHUAltY, A. I). lbSI, nt 10 o'clock
A, M. of said day, at the Court ltoom of said Court, at
Aillolanl Hale In Honolulu, be, and the same Is, hereby
appointed the time for proving said wilt and henrlii;
sum application, vvnen 1
may appear and contest
of letters testamentary
said application, when und whero any person Interested
may appear and contest tha said will, and the granting
It Is further ordered that notice thereof bo lrlven bv
Jinbllcntlon, for three successlvo weeks. In tho " Satur
lay Press" and " Nupupa Kiiokoa,"nuvvpapers printed
and published tu Huuolulu.
aiiu 11 is luruicr orucreu mat cannons ne issued to
the subscribing witnesses tn said will, and to the hclra
of the testator In this Kingdom to appear and contest
tha probata of said w ll, nt thu time appointed.
Hated Honolulu, 11. I., Jununry SOth, 1831.
Justice of the Supremo Court.
Attest 1 A. ItotA,
Deputy Clerk. at at
s" TIIK IIAVVA11AX
lands. In Probate. Island nf Oahu. llRwsltnn
Islands, ss. In tho matter nf tho Rstatu of Fit K 11
KltlCK WILLIAM KAHAPULA HKCKLUY. deceased.
Order nppolntlng timo for Probata cf Will and directing
publication of notice of the same.
A document purporting to bo tha last Will and Testa
ment or Frederick William Kahapula llccklcy, deceased,
having on tholltth day of Junuury, A. D. Itel, been pro
senteit to said Probate Court, and a petition for tho
protiute tnerenr, anil for tha issuance of letters testa
mentary to Emma Mctcalf XlccLley having been died by
Emma Mctcalf Btcklcy
M'imltHllAY. flw. Ultli ,i.
iiey, ii is nereoy oruereu that,
1 day of FEIlltUAKY.A.D.lbtU.
at iuo ciocn.v. Ji.or saiu nay, at tlio Court ltoom of
said Court, at Alllolanl Halu In Honolulu, be, and lhn
same Is, hereby appointed the time fur jirovlng saldwlll
and hearing said application, when and whero any per
son Interested may appear and contest the said will und
tho gr.intlug of leitura testamentary.
It 1 further ordered that notice thereof bo given by
publication, for three successlvo weeks, In the "Satur
, ..,.-.-,, " -- -J - ,-,,....,.. .X&. X., ,UI1,,
day Press" aud " Niipcpa huoku," newspapers printed
and published In Ilonululn.
Ann 11 is luriucr oruereu mat citations be Issued to
tho subscriber witnesses to said will, and to the heirs
of the testator In this Kingdom to, appear and contest
the prubutu of said will, at thu time appointed.
Tin fast Ifsitvjtlitti. TF T" TflAdbft slsaa I, hj a
Dated Honolulu, II. I., January auth. 18MI
ciias- c. li.vnms,
Chief Jnttlco of the supreme Court.
Attest 1 A. IIosa, ,
Deputy Clerk. m' at
SUritKME COUNT Ol? THE IIA
wallan Islands. In Probate. In thu matter of tho
Kstateof William I.ovh, Itte oh Honolulu, deceased. At
Chambers, before Chief Justice Harris. Order of Nutlco
of Petition for allowance of accounts, discharge, und
Unal distribution of property.
M5 reading and tiling tho petition and accounts of D.
K. Fyfc, and Mrs. L. Love, administrators of the Batata
of William Luy,ilato of Honolulu, Oahu, deceased,
wherein ho asks to bu allowed t'M) 78, and charges him!
.elf with S.i.:to8a7, and aska that the same may be ex-
n till it awl a till nntipnvi ,1 dtiit tin. jii a " .
amlued and approved, and thut a final order mav be
in ado of distribution of tins property remaining In hi.
TT. u li r .. vr i '" .Vi:".","i '" ""cnarglnir
I1IU1 and his auretloa from all 'further responsibility a
It l's ordered, that TUF.8DAY, tho 17th day of Vcbrn.
ary A. D. 1881. at ten o clock A.lM., before the said J J2.
ce, at Chambers, In tlio Court, House, at Honolulu ba
and the same hereby a appointed aa the llmo and place
for hearing said petition and accounts, and that all ii,,
sons Interested muy then and thero appear and sio
cause, If any they have, why the same should not bS
grunted, aud may present evidence aa to who i -i?
tilled to ihe said property. And that this order. U ih"
English language, to bt published In the SalurdaS
Press, a newspaper prlnud and published In Honolulu
for three successive weeks previous to the time thnV..iW
appointed for said hearing; nle "lc"!'n
D.ited at Honolulu, II. L, this SOth dav of January A
ltWI. 01IAS. O. IIAHMI8. ' '
AlU'."t'n Chief Ju'tlee of the Supreme Court
A. ItoA, Deputy Dleik of tho Supreme Court.
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