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l.e Irnda continues lis depressed condition eonse.
inent upon Ih" prevailing epidemic and Hie necessary
trlna'lil'l""titlne, tnlea restricting passenger Havel
rnnnnn Ihe Islands.
The credit sal oft: P Adsms nn Thnrsdsy at Ihe
store nf HrcwerAt'n, resitted thin rondltlon nf trade
Inasrnnrh as hmny of Hie line nf goods offered had In
Tlil brings, na (o correct n erroneous lmiifflon
conveyed last week In mir report nf Ilia sale f he
.Marques property, near Piinalwn It was Int I. tint
wMil "pat the tipiet price named, whirl, frilling ti
rreclve, lalrcr, Ilia wlmle proptrly van then will),
TlixMlnnf. Monday last nf the Inln Miijnr Mneho.
nna'rstilenee, nearlhe Music Hull, mid snlijcrl tn
fnnflrnillnn by the Court lo (J. Afnng, fr tho proposed
Chinese rluli, for the sum nf J1.7MI,
The shipping mnvcmenls for the week havn ir.rn
enmewhsl free, a tlin Hat w) ,), ,)llt ,), f,om
Han I'rsnclsconre In the llltli Intl., lint we note nn
material changes In market ralra qunlrd fur lalnml
U present onrresilers Ihla week with (he Co. torn
House Talilra for llm paat year arid a carefully prepared
review nf tin, trad of Ida Islands for tin- aainn perM.
I'run. llm H Merrlntnl," of Jan !, latl we rllp
tlii" following monthly comparative lablo alimvliiK nf
" l.'iporls, itnmeslle merchandise, California produce,
anil live sloek, ,, nn flnnf,r ,IR Hawaiian i,.
lamia, during Dm paal two years t
i us, vi i
..M.t.'t.Mil l (I'Ci-rl
Tlila alinwa an Inrri-nan nf JrrH.lill In domestic ex.
ports from llil. firm port. Wn lime no Information
rrcrillii(( I Ihi amniint of merchandise, prlnrlpally lum
ber and produco. cleared from nllicr illalrlrla on Ihla
ronat-nml Km large vnliien shipped from tlio Atlantic
Ily the bid n. i Hnn t.nla, ahortly dun in llrewer A Mr.,,
will arrive a cargo nf the new Cnrlmn HIM Coal lliat la
attracting ' much attention from Ha anprrlnr heat
giving anil asli.snvlng qualities. Tlio If. H. (Invtn't.
(inlorrd a (rat of llm ,nln tttaa llovitimn (Jiittcr
" Wolcott," and from Ilia report of hrr i-iiclnrrr, tlin
"Taroma I.ri)Krp" Mlma p (ln following!
' It wrnlld aliiif-nr fpiim Hut niatili r ii. t.i ,.
anil rjliniia n Inala mndn liy Mr. Marfllllot, that tlm
iirhnii Mill coal, for ali-ntii-inaklni; ptirpiwra, Ima a
valiif V) par font. Rrr-alrr that lliat of cIIImt Wllkfaoii
PORT Or HONOLULU.
1'cb 31 Am liKtnn T W l.nrna, Wnitwortll, .T3 claya
fnnii I'orl Tnwnantnl
SI Hell Kniilkrannll, from llonnkiia
Hcli I. mill, from Kohnln
Hch l.nkn, from Kolialii
Hell Marlon, from Knkiilliaolo
Hch .Mnlolo, from Kilo
Hch Wnloll, from I'nniiliaa
Hch Mnnii, from Kaulni'n
iSI Am Irrn Ida .McKay, Julinaon, UH daya from
Hch Mannokawal, from Ilanainaulii
Sl-I .M H H Ollr of Hvdnr-v. lli'iirhorn. r,, n v
Am liktiia J A I'lifkliiliurK, Andcraon, 111 ilnya
Hch W11I111.1I11. from Kolialn
21-Ani lik Jenny l'llls, Hlrvcrt from I'ort Oamlilo
iui m-n .1111111. irniu jtroKf'fl
1.11-Htm O It lllahnp, from Kanat
Htm Jna Maki'p, from Kauai
Htm Kll.iiii'11 Hon, from Kahulut
Fell 1-Sdi l'rlncc, for Ilnwnll
Sl-Alll tlfZlllfl Cotialinln. Itownrd. fur Mntl Vrnnr
iU-Am tern A I Jnrilau, C'rnck, for Him Kranclacu
nr ok viom, rrirp, ror I'lirtlanu, O.
Hch Wnloll, for I'aanlian
Hch Jennie, for Nnwlllnlll
Hch Ifilnmii, for Kohnln
Htm Kllniim Hon, for Knhnlnt
Sl-I' M H H City nf Hydimy, Dearborn, for Hydncy
Hrh llulcaknla, for l'epvkco
Hch .Mnlnlo. for llllo
Hch l.nkn, for Kohnln
Hch Kniilkeaniill, for Honokaa
Hch llminnnl, for Kona
Si-Am bk IUIiiIit, Wnlil, fnr I'nrt Tmvnaeml
Uer lik Ilurmlnu, Jloycr, for porta In China
Venael iu Fort.
Jnlult bjlno Nlcntnua,
Am ach Harnli Ann, Johnatnn
(Icrman HH Hoptlma, 1'Pteraon
Tile bk Itcmltlo, Howard
Am lijjtno T V l.ircna, Wcntworth
Am tern Ida McKuy, Johnanri
Am bktno J A fnlklnbure, Anderion
Am bk Jenny IMlta, Hlcvvrt
Voaaola Expected at Honolnln, from Fnreifn
Oor bk Ataluntn, Jlohrmann, llrcir.cn, due Fub S3-!J8, II
llackfi'lil A, Co, Agent
llrlt bk Alkahsu-, Taltu, (llnrgiivr, duo Marcli 1&-1W, G
W Mncfnrlano A, (3o, Amenta
Am )k Kdnjnl .May, Johnniin, Jlostnn, duo April 1-6.
0 llrnwer itUn, AKcnta
llrlt bk IllKhflyer, Hcbemann, I.nndon vlirHt Michaels,
ilnn April fi-lU, 0 llroHcr .t Co, Amenta
Haw bk Kale, Ahlbiirn, London, duu April 5-10, II Hack-
fold A On, Audita
Haw bgliin romnre, Tripp, S8 Ialanda, due In nil Feb,
I'rnaliloiit Hoard InirnlpriiMfin, AkciiI
Haw bk Hnnnll, Whilnuy, H 8 Ulamls, dun In all Feb,
President Hoard linmli;nitliin. Agent
llcr bk Miiacn, from Hriiminen, duo March 10-25, II
Hackfehl .t C11, Agenla
Am bk Cheshire, llachclder, New York, rtuc May 10-15,
Cnatlu .t Cnnku, Aeenta
Am bk Manila Hideout, Vlckbcrj:, Fort Townieud, duo
March 1-3, Allen it Itoblnaon, Agcnta
llrlt bk Zoo, Cnmpboll, Liverpool, duo May 10-15, T II
Ain bklneW II nlinnnd, Ilnndlelt, Han Francisco, due
May 1-fi, V (1 Irwin & Co, Agents
Am bg.tiiu Haiard, Miller, Departure Hay, for Kahulul,
, w (t Irwin Jt Co, Agents
Gcr bk Order, ItoliHs, Hmiicn, duo May 10-15, II Hack
fehl it Co, Agents
Gcr stmr Lydla, , Canton, due March 10-12, V O
Irwin it Co, Agents
Am schr Hashing ave. Melandrr, Iluniboltlt
Am bgtna North Btar. Morch(iuse,l)(partiirul)ay,tosall
Jan SH, Allen X Itnblusnn, Agents
Am bktne Kata rludden. Hates, Nancastlc, NSW, duo
April 1-C, , Agents
Am bk Harvest Home. Miitson, Departuru Hay, 11 Hack
fold & CtvAifunt ' '
Am bktnn Katu Fllcklnger, Young. I'ort Gamble, load
ing Jan 18, II HackMd Si Co, Agents
Am bgtne Morning Htnr, Uray, Micronesia, duo In all
March, K U Mali it Hon, Agents
Am bktno Hnn Luis, McDonald, Tucoma, due March 1-5,
C llrewcr it Co Agents.
1 M H H Ultr of Now York. Henbury, Sydney, due March
11, II lUckfeldtt Co.
llrlt ship City of Hhnnghttl, Drysdale, Glasgow, to sail
J .in ". G W Mucf.trluuu A Co, Agents
Am bgtne Hesperian, Winding, Hun Francisco, loading
Feb 15, II Hackfcld .t Co, Agents
llrlt bk l.nily humpsou, Marston, ban Francisco, tn sail
Feb ID, O Hrenrr it Co, Agents
Am schr W II Meyer, Howe, Htm Francisco, to tall Mar
1, C llrewer Co, Agents
Am bgiiie J D Hpreckcls, , Han Francisco, forKahu-
Till, loading Feb 15, W O Irttln Co, Agents
Am schr American Girl. Ilarkus, Humboldt,
Am bktiiH Kurcka, Norilburrj, Departure Huy, II Hack
fold A Co, Agents
Am bk 1) 0 Murray, ltaiens, Kan Francisco, due Mar
1-fi, F T Lenehau it Co, Agents
Brll bk 1'jclttc Hlopo, -. Newcastle. N S W, duo In
all April. Alien t Kobliison, Agents
Am bk Anile, Hundberg, Nettcastlc, N 8 W, duo In all
March, Allen t ltobiuson. Agents
Keportofaiinr City of hjdney, Dearborn. Cumin
nr. Left ban Francisco Feb 15, at aril 11 m. Arrl
at Honolulu 1 a m, Feb tfl, with . cabin and 8 steer
Hl.i.niT.FJ 19 l.a..a v.i.,11 .. .1 1?t ..... ...
rlenccd One weather during tlio eutlra passage,
San Frnnclscm Arrlicd, Jan M-Ara bk Mohican.
Uerry, henco Jan I, '
Jan "M, Am tiUuo Kureka, Nordltcrg, hence.Jan 12.
Feb 3, Am bk I) U Murray, Uncus, neucu Jan 4.
Feb 3, llrlt bk Lady Lainp.on. Matstou, tienca Jau IS.
Feb 3, Am bgtne J D bppreckels, Hansen, htuco Jan
Feb 8, Am schr W 11 Mejer, Home, henco Jan SI,
Sydney! Arrlied, Jan 18 l'MSS City of New York,
erobury, henco Due 31,
rortTounsendt AirWcU.FebSS-Aui bk llucna YltU,
Culhoun, henco Jan 'A
The Am bktco J A Falklngurg arrived from San Fran
cisco oil V eduesdar Utt with a full freight and ptta.cn
gerllst, bhe Is discharging wllh dlstutch, worklug
iilKlitaudday, nnd will sail with a lull cargo for bail
i ruucisco on -Monday next.
The Am bgtuti T W Lucas Is at Allen Koblnsou's
wharf dlscbantliig a cargo of lumber.
The Am tarn Ida McKay Is at the Ksplanade discharg
ing an assorted caigo from San Franclaco, lo which poit
hu will teluru with dispatch.
The Am bark Jenny Fills arrived on Thursday last
from I'ort llamblawuhacarguotluuibcr. bhemiorle
lieaiy ueathir on thepsssagr. In which she lost tuutot
herueck load about li,tu) or W,lu)ectuf luuibir.aud
Is lesklug pretty freely,
Tbo Nc bark ltemljlols at the fool of itnn Llkellke'a
dtK'i.. Slid was tu hat e goue tu sea laatTuesday ; w lieu the
Hot buirilej hrrlhecrs refused to raise the anchor, as
icjr (ousldernl the tessel uusufe to go to sea In, anu
wo do 1101 blame them, for she Is a nani looklug old tea-'
ael, and a sblp-ovmer ought to bo asbanicd to send such
a craft to sta, Ihereua a survey called, on her on
Thursday, which reported the vessel misaortby, but
woha uot yet itaid what has been decided oil,
The slmr Llkellke is rcel.lr;g a general o? cr-haullug,
lialutlug Jse. she will n.uiuo hvr trips to Wludwoitl
on the elh March, for the Circuit of Hawaii.
The slmr lodla will be due from China about March
rah with bSUChluste for Claus bnrtckels, Ksq, bhe
Mill return U Hongkong with f eight aud passengers.
The O V Ha.mdfl.for this port, couslgncd to II Hack
fe hi to. was burut at sea. The crew had arrived safely
at the Falkland Islands. t
The Norwegian bark lleta Is due from Maalae to
day, 10 load with sugar for ban Francisco.
Messrs Foster A t'0'1 new steautr'waa t6 leaf e San
rrauclsco about alanh 1st, aud may be looked for about
the luib or Kth. - ,
Tbt Kaiuci-SicUiSuUw wss not HacudclcU with
... . ......... ,..,. .,,.. .", ,,r , nn, Kri'iiirr man inai 01 ncnl.
tin rnnli whlln thn ri'fiiaarmiii i Uarlmn Mill toil U
liiitaj tr fin rnmparnl In Hint of any nllior roal iiiIiiimiii
. " ! c.ln,,! UmkI, and romparca famrnlily with any of
Hit) ii'tt ilnmc-atlc or forrluii liltiimiimlnnna roala."
wllh ear bnt has gone flahlni; orT ' ap Horn It was
well Ihsnrrd and we hiar that another on can b
prnnrei mn h h"p er
The bark Mnhuan waa rbsrl'fd to load wheat at Han
Franclaro for (!nrk, at a !" fJonllnenl, Wl 11a,
The aehr W it Meyer oft hr last trip to Han Kranrlarn
eneonnlereil a heavy gale. In whlrli she rarfled away
her nupi.r topall yard, blew away tnarcaall, I'll' J"'t
carf Inpaall and math tnpmaal ataysall.
Tlinarhr Amerlran Girl sailed from Han Franclaro
Feb Mli for llnreka, tn load with lirmbrr for this pint
The HO Mnrrai left Han I'ranrlaro for Ihla port Feb
13th, wllh a Hill freight and lit paasrngers
TM bktne Jlnreka will load wllh roal at I)f paitnre Hay
for this linn
Thebglne Harard aallnl from Hn I'ranrlaeo JanS7lh
for anslmn Hi load Coal for Kahlilnl, Maul.
tin Hie paaaage over In Han I'rnnr tarn the liklne lln
rcka arrived I ilnya ahead of Ihf l.ady LatnpBiin. They
both sailed from here January ISIIi
I'oltTTinrxarnti. Feb 12th The sehr. t'ompeir. Mi
days from Honolulu, arrived here laat night ('apt Hlrk
bolm refi'ifla having made tlin trip In Cape Klatiary In
Inn daya. Ha enfiniiilered alrnng aonlli and aonlh-weal
winds and aiiialls until within lifly miles of thetafn
From Han Kranrlarn, per city of Sydney, Feb SI H
Magnlu.Wca rnilaei A Ma Kay. 4 e alines. II I. Ohaae,
ipkgs Indaej Telrjiliena t'n, h rs bells, and M tolls
wlret I' O ll'rger, ripkgagas mafhlneryi A Jaeger, Res
rlorka. lOkgs lioran shoe, I bx nallaj J M Hoar, 3 pkgs
InalprUlj A W Hlcharilaiin I r shoes, A llerbrri. II
1 es Imiils, linlllaler A. ( o, Jra rlgara,'J pkgs arales, iCT
pkea driiira, 71 pkpa lobarrrii T II llavlea. 17 b d fruit,
I hx nuts, K, pkgs Irint, I ea luniks, fll pkgs bread, U)
inalarlre.il nkes milan. Onlr r. f7 nkira ifrncrrles. (I W
Macfarlane, Wta whlakiy, Wta beer I'.hlrrs I'o. Itea
il giiodsf Hyiiian Urns,. Ita rlgars. t'4 pkgs mdap, H r.a
eggs, (Irliifiaiim A I'n. it nkga d goolsi .1 M 'I hatcher, I
es frames) Allen A Hnhliianu. HH pkgs gineerb'( 0
A fnrig, rVlaks potatoes 1 II llevena A t'n, ! iyd groceries j
llackleld Atlo, I rs rotlona. It pkgs l.pllltigj .1 T Water
hniiae, 'i e eollona, g pkgs harilware, II is indaei II
May A Co, IWjt rks flour. 'l pkgs groeerlesi M Me
Inerny, ft tiklra mdael I (I Hn aovlch A Co, l!7 Pkgs
frulls and Vegeiabl'S! I'lckrring A t'o, I c plated
ware! Wilder A t'n, 3 pkgs mdani anil II t.ilrna. K A
I'lerie, nilllni'liain A 'o. M Hrlnemy, O llerger, llev
K II Horrao, A J l.'artwilghl, Weurier A Co, H Halter, W
II llallny, llyiuan lima. Miss I. Wood, II J Hrnderlck, W
H Tell, -J Myorc. J H Walker, carli oin package, W C
I'nrktYJtau warej A Herbert, III pkgs aniiilrli'it T II
Davlia, 1 liVgs rnilanl'Jf. pki; milan lo nrderj aud Ml
pkgs In Chinese firms 1 I wderklrk, 1 hawser, (I bars
Iron, I bar sled
From Hen In distress, per IlernlJIo, Feb 18-cargo of
lumber In transit fur Hyiimy, Auairalla,
From Vhnl11pon, per Hermlne, Fell 11111 pkga mdso
to Chinese linns.
Friiin I'ort Tnwnsenil, per TW Lucas, Feb Kl 5W,M.l
ft lumber tVII pickets.
From Han Franclsrn, per Ida McKay, Feb IM-tJ ()
llerger, I pkgs fixtures, n pkgs lelephoiiu material 1
Holies A Co, It) bbls beef, 3J pkgs palnlsi Ilrbwn A Co,
40 bids whiskey, lies mdse, 1.1 ska feed, gA bales lmy J
K Whitney, I cs liislriirrientsl M Melnerny, !H r.kgs
bonis, trunks and etc. I rs rubber goods. ,1 rs d goods l
(I Hresovlch A Co,gilsks polnloes, V7 libls snlmoni K
Ilolfahlaeger A (Jo, 80 pkgs d gieiilst Order, fi e cigars,
lies coll oil, alalia bran, i ska omis,.'I7J pkgs groceries,
gje.s meillelneaj W II Irwin A Co, IKil sks and lis) hx
putiitoes; l'lerco A Co, IKS sks feed, ll bis liny, I hi
iluek, It pkgs h ware, II bids Inr; Hall A Hon, W pkgs
paints, iw pkga h wait', IHI bars lead, SI pkga groeerli ,
I'J bis liny; MG Wilder, III pkes doors, !r, ni shingles.
!i."iikgs lead,'-' pkgs paper, HO kgs nails, I es li warn) (i
F. Williams, I pkgs furniture; l.olne A Co, -IIM sks feed,
J sks potatoes', II May A Co, 107 pkgs grocerlisj F A
Hlinefer, it pkga paper and Ink; I'hlllljis A Co, ilea,
clears, 17 pkgs d good, 10 pkgs rhalrs, fi pkgs butter!
Allin A Hiibliitnn, 13 pkga paints; Dillingham A Co,
31 pkgs palntsj A W lliisti, alt! pkgs groceries; Hart
Ilrosfiil) pktfs groceries; llyuiaii Krna, aiipkgagroeerles,
IWlbxcmidles, Fipkgsd goods; K 1 Adams, fll es fur
niture; T II llavles, Ml sks barley, M bbls eeinrnt, I
iikg hose; J T Wnlerhoiise. 11 pkgs paints, W0 ska bar
ley, al ska flour, f.7 Ida liny. S pkgs d goods, I pkg
bflnds; Lewers A ( noke, I is huruHiire; Castle At.'ooko
0 pkgs h wiirn; C'leghnrn A Co, 11 pkgs d goods; Hack
feld A Co, I ca cottons, I f hair, ll pkgs bread, 31.1 posts,
1H bis hay; Inteilor Hep't, W kgs powder; Ordir, II
pkga billiard material, 0 bids beef; II Tucker, if pkgs
une-u nil. 1 .'.. .Ks ill yiun'so nrills.
From Han Fruncisco, per J A I'nlklnburg, Feb !il
Caatle A Cooke, Ki rk feed, 711 pkgs groceries, 75 his
eg, 1 piano, 1 sewing machine: W F IHaiKhard, 1
nki Holies A Co, IW ul.d 4KIJ aks flour, :i7 iikgs
groceries; M .1 .giicw. Ill pkgs furniture; A W Itlcli
unison, 1 cs limits nnu alines; Lowers A Cncke, "i cs
imtier hsriglng, Srs paint, 3 lix glass, bill) ft lumber,
lmlOrw nosta.iili) doors, 70 pkg building material; Wm
. . .iiii-i, ruuiK 111.11111111;, 11 pug witiin ruaieriai anil
toola; 11 Mclnlyro.t Hros, ska potatni s, WS) sks oats,
1 sks corn, H) sks bran, I.VJ pkgs groceries; II Slny A
Co, 3711 sks bniii, Itioli sks Hour, HO sks potatoes, SHI
sks onts, 150 sks barley, Hi ska corn, H sks wheat, .10 cs
meal, 2.J7 pkgs groceries; O Segelken, I! pkgs inaiiu.d
Iron; Grliiibauin A Co, ll sks potnloes, 1.11 bxnpples, 10
sks whcilt. Ill sks brnll. i!l sks lints unit imrlev 111 uli...
niriier.i sewuig macninc, ii picg' wnltli material anil
leather, !5!3 pkgs groceries, 0 bills rope, 3 cs saddlery, 6
li ware, .1 cs rubber goods. 1 ca shawls; T Lack, 18 cs
sewing machines, I bx tobacco, 1! cs guns, S bx powder,
1 bx oil, I pkgn fringe; Lnlne A Co, !l sks bran, It") sks
oats, M. bis hay; J 1 llowsctt, ai bulls and cows, 100
pigs, lull sks bran, HHjke onts, 85 bis hay, W ska pntii
tneaj Dlllliighnm A (io, II cs shmels, II ca drugs; to
","'t I'kg mdse, 71 pkgs Iron and 2 pkgs rivets; J:
llolfshlaegir A Co, 1 cs inusktls.
From I'ort Towdscnd, per Jonny I'ltts, Feb 2I-3M,-1
1 1.1 ft lumber, ll 111 shingles, w laths tn llackfeld
A Cot 18 bgs potatoes, 1 kg beer, to dipt Hlciort.
For han Francisco, per Consnelo, Feb 19 WS.irei His
Biigur,31i1)lbsrlcu, 30 hides, 10,750 lbs iron. Horn.
For San Francisco, per A V Jordan. Feb 21 111 .DM
lbs sugary I.MS) glla moliisses, lOO.Kisi lbs rice. Dom.
Value, 3.l7,M7.'J2j Foreign Value, Sll.
For Portland1, per Viola, Feb 230.0011 lbs sugar, 50,000
lbs rlco and 5130 pkgs. Diss) brick nnd 112 tons coal In
transit from Llwrpool. Dom. Value, $3,231.17.
For Auckland A Now Zenland, per City of Sydney,
1'fhiSi lea cann tups, ft Iron plates, 12 ca machinery.
Dom.-Viilue, $l,o:).00; Foreign, $20.
For I'ort Townieud, per Italnlcr, Feb 23 In ballast
and coin SI.WiO.OU.
For Han Frnnclsco, per Oonsuclo, Feb 10 A O Far
ness, T Miller, G 1'arkcr, H lllgby, II O Fierce.
For Ancklund A Sydney,- per City of Sydney, Feb 23
THttWaey.OG Monkhoiiso, J II Vernon, 0 V Chal
mers, W Nettkenper.
From Canton, per Hcrmlno, Feb 21216 male und B
From San Frnnclsco, per Ida McKay, Feb 22 C Ond.
enoy wife and child. K Lj can and wlfo, 1' I'rnnccn, 1
Johuenn, F SU1I1I, Mrs Thompson and child.
FroiirSan Francisco, per City of Sydney, Feb 23 S
Mngnln and son D N Weton and wife. Miss Kverett,
Mr noodwullirlfu and 2 children. Miss 11 Small, Mrs
N ALovelnnd.l) A McKlulcy wlfo and child, Mr Ham.
del, MISs Caruwcll, Miss aottenburg, C W II Carroll.
1" M Hclany, G Mailer, O N Hnrtlett. S 1' Smith, It IIu
tul, (1M Macfarlane, A Herbert, O II Falter. on, O II
Kclls.X Johnson, G Lund, II Nattkcmpcr. J T bylon
and child, A Uelle.W ltlley, G Fuller, W 1' WIcber, A
Singer. TMuhnn, N II Doruu, 11 McKvur.lf. Jlr Forbes
and child. 11 Looney, S O'Nell, J W ltlley, W K Arthur,
JDononey, L Denny. S Step, I' Hradlor, D Coal, F
btoltz, Wm.Klnkald, UK Hansen, II lUng'ey, O Han",
eon, O K Winston and 10 Chinamen.
From San Francisco, per J A Falktnburg, Feb 21
?.'' J;.M .lvL'J'" daughterand son, Wm Lurner and wife,
Copt Harlnw and daughter. Chos Dafeldecker. Geo K
) llholt, Mrs Vaughn und child, W li Miller, Glluuat, O
H Joy, F Dlenier, G II French, L Jones, F Flvnn, U
Nctler.J McLean, G Cawltt.
At Wallukn, Maul, Feb 16th, to tho wlfo of H. U.
Sheldon, of Kuhala, lluwall.ason.
In this city, Feb. 21st, to the wife of Mr. Edwin Hall,
a son, '
GASMN In this city, on the 21th Inst., John A,
Gaski.v, aged about 62 j oars, a native of England, and a
resident of these Island since If fc) or 0.
THE SATURDAY PRESS
l'ubliihcd for the SiTumiAr Vatts Association by
Hook, Job and General I'rlnter,
Honolulu, II. I.
Tho SATUiiiur I'iikss cannot undertake to return
communications, acceptid or rejected, and we hate to
request correspondent lo append their true names and
addresses, not necessarily for publication, If so dc
alred,,hut as a guaruuteauf tho good. fsllb, of the writer.
bo. Hatuiiiuy Ftutaa ,
FEUUARY 20, 1881.
Thk dentil is iimiomicctl of Mr. Moclil, tlio
wolUkiiown oxporituontal and Bcioutiflc ugri
cuUurisl. An Italian by deaOent, after nmny
vicisBJtiuloa lio uet up as a giillor in a Btuall
way in London. Uotwocn I?30-I0 ho tuado u
liaiidaomofortiinoby liis " M'echlVinacio raior
Btrop." Ho bought it hmall oatato in Knsox,
which ho cultivated with all thu Litest ap.
pliuticcrt, atoam jiIowb, eto., and waHan Aldur
iiiau and ShorilTtif London and wan the author
of soveral valuable works on agriculture ,Ho
died at his modol farm, "Tiptreo Hall," at tho
ago of 78 yearn.
Tits slodtnnliip City of, Syiin'ty oowith
tanding her parlially'disablcd cdudltiou, made
a very fair run over to San Francisco. His
Mujosty tlio King aud his auito were met by
Mr. Sevefanco tho Hawaiian Consul, Mr,
Dimond and other gentlomoH fopiierly resi
dents in Honolulu. Tho King made hit head
quarters at the IJalaqo, hotel, oyd throughout
his stay iu California was hospitably cuter,
taiucd and jfojed by all -who know hi in. Mr,
Claus Sprockets waited upon hitu and took
him over his great refinery. Mr. Schussler,
tho cngiuecr of tlio Walluku irrigating. works,
showed Liiu the Spring Valley Water Works.
liny, iaia sks Hour, : fi sks rials, -.'ihi sks nancy, 1K1 ligs
ground Iwrley, 57 sks pi.tiilonn, ill ska beans, Men bonis
arm shoes, -I ca drugs; W G Irwin A Co, najjaj sks flour,
H'lcs salmon. 1 hf bbl saner kraut. 1 hf bill beans, mnu
Oplrvin I-'l'yil, formerly fioninmiiding n alram
fililp liolwreti thin juifl nml Hnn Frnnctnro, I)r,
J. Moll Smith nml many other families, In
vited His Mnjcnty to eivory form nf etitcrtnln
mcnl; nnd at Hncrnmcnlo ho wnj genially rn
r;clvcil. On reluming to Han Frnnclsco tho
King was critertnlncil by tho Clilneno ('onsiil
nt tlio Clilneiio Club, and a grnml ball wnn got
Up by tho ladies In tlio 1'nlnco lintel. Alln.
golher the Itnynl parly enjoyed thmnnelvrs
vory thoroughly. In tho nflcrnoon nf tlio 8th
itial. they went on board tho timg,n!flcT.iit 0. fi ().
ntcnmshlp Ocnnlc, ntnl stnrted for Jspnii,
Uv the ilcnlh nf Mr. Kdwnril Anltnn Holhorn,
nil Knglisri fipcikcts linvo lost onu nf their
beat actors. IIo was about 51 years old nl tlio
tlmo of his ilonth; ho was a well educated mnu,
nnd wnn intended by his fntlior for n tnor
cnntlln career, but inclination led lilm fust to
amateur and nflcrwnrds to professional tlicntrU
cnls, Ills fattio rests mainly on his play
ing the pnrtof Lord Dundreary, in "Our Amer
ican Cousin, " a part which ho may be said to
havo created. In 1651 ho went to Iho United
Htates and played tho pnrt of Dr. Pntiglms In
Coleman's comedy, "Tlio Heir nt Law." It
was Tom Taylor who wroto lliooutlirio nf "Our
A murium Cousin" and tlio character of Lord
Dundreary was 11 minor one, Indeed, n failure,
till Hnthorn took it up. Hodcmnmlcd nnd was
allowed by tho iiinnngciuenl to ro arrange nnd
amplify tho part, and tho well known Dun
dreary was tho rcnult.
Kor oiirsolvcs wo think thoro wcro serious
blemishes In tho conception of tho part, such
nsjfor Inslanco his Lordship's cannoning
against two or thrco ladies In a drawing room
and knocking them down into chairs or sofas.
Hut his by-play, his roasoniiigs, nnd nbovo all
hlsjiimhlfflcntiou of proverbs, always kopt tho
hoiiHo in tears of laughter. Mr. Chippendale,
when wo saw Iho piny, ns tho clerk of tho
gr'ncdylawyortind former village school master
Was as good as the principal character, Tho
indcfatlgahlo old actor Iluckstono used to tako
the part of "Our American Cousin," and with
such a casto as this, tho tremendously long
run of tho play is easily accounted for. Mr.
Sothoru's don has recently ruatlo his debut on
In connection with tho annual review of
trado and tho nccompauyliig customs tables,
which wo present herewith in supplement
form, thoro aro a few fucts which wo deem it
vory Important should not bd Ignored. Tho
expression is frequently made, and tho tables
fully show, of tho rapid slrldes wonro making
under tho workings of the treaty. Hut how
fow, comparatively, bco or nckuowledgo tlio
benefit, that nccrues to tho United .States at tho
same time. Tho rcviow points to tho gain to
our " treaty patron" not only in trado but in
shipping; nnd a loading paper of the Const,
alluding to this growth of our trade, speaks of
it " iu proportion to tho number and character
of tho majority of tho population of tho Ha
waiian group" 11s "unexampled in tho com
mcrco of tho world."
It was to bo expected that tho treaty would
greatly benefit these Islands ; that was the
aim in our seeking and for which purpoao tho
United States accorded us tho boon: but wo
do maintain that tho gain has been as much
to tho other side, and has in fact grown so far
beyond tho expectations or its most sanguine
supporters, that its most strcnuoiiB opponents
cannot gainsay it. Tho incrcaso last year to
San Francisco for merchandise nnd treasure
by tho showing of tho Chamber of Commcrco
was 5812,700 over 1870. Tho benefits nccrti-.
ing to us aro tlio moro noticcablo becnuso of
our limited sphere, but tho fact that " Undo
Sam" receives his equivalent should not bo
ignored bocauso it, ps reliance, may bo lost
sight of in tho uiagnitiido of his trado with
largor and moro populous countries.
Tin: stato of affairs in Ireland seems to bo
passing day by day. from bad to wotso. A
small knot of Bclf-coustitutcd irresponsible
committees, havo organized a perfect reign of
terror. In tho Courts of law, witnesses aro
afraid to testify, juries aro afraid to return
honest verdicts, nnd no less than three judges
havo read ftom tho bench, coarse, brutal, ill
spolt letters threatening them with assassina
tion, should thoy presumo to pass sentence on
any member or client of tho so-called "Land
League." ..Many hundrods of tenant- farniors
not only able, but anxious to pay their rents
aro forbidden to do so undor pain of death.
Moreover, tho victims of this Vehm-iericht
aro singularly ill-chosen. Lord Mountmorrcs,
a harmless, iiioiTeusivo gontletmin, who had
only fifteen tenants in all, who drew only
$1,000 a year from his estates in Ireland, who
had never quarrelled with, or evicted a tenant
in his lifo, was barbarously murdered near his
own homo. Captain Hoycott, and Mr. Henco
Jones, though still, wo bcliovc, alive, havo
been ruinod, und hunted out of the country
without the least attempt at an accusation of
unfair or even rigorous dealings with their
tenants, Even tho widow of Lord Mouut
uorres was driven , front the country by tho
throats of those who had murdered her hus
bjtul. Tho evil is not now confined to Ireland,
but wo read of public buildings, railway sta
tions, ovcutho private residences of publio per
sonages needing exceptional guarding. Even
Mr. Gladstone, thu greatest statesman living,
and the jdol of tho multitudo iu England aud
Scotland, needs policemen to watch' over him
between his home and the bcciio of his labor in
Westminster. Henco comes forth a " Coercion
Hill " which io to tako pieccdenco of ull other
measure's before ifio House, for tho forcible
repression of lawlessness. Had the British
Parliament taken this step a year ago, they
might bo now discussing tho propriety of
withdrawing it instead of iniposiug it. Mr.
Farnell, tho chief agitator, is himself an Irish
landlord, though 110 Irialiinuu by dvoccnt. Ho
collects his tents, he is n very good nud con
siderate landlord, but tiot u bit moro so than
scores of thoso to whosd ruin ho has contri
buted. Tho position of ulTairs is now simply
this : Chaos or Cosmos, which is to conquer 1
Thk most notable name in recent obituaries,
by wry far, is that of Thomas Carlyle, who
died at tho ego cf 60 years. Fow writers of
modern times havo left so strong an impress
upon modern literature and, modern thought.
His first famous work " Sartor Hesartus," was
refused by every publisher to wioin hoyfferod
it, uutll it fouud u place iu i:Vucr' Magaiint,
aud thau who have studied an,d jemambered
tho1 quaint musings and sayings of'ilerr vou
Toufctsdroek, will never regret the timo spent
over them. His whofo touo boro evidence df
his deep study of Gorman literature, and his
translations or rather paraphrases of Ooetlie
aud Schiller bear 'Witness io the Justness of
our remark. " Heroes and, Hero Worshippers'
is a valuable worr, but tho " History of the
French Revolution" we clssa u his bst work
though sometimes df-faced by his eccentricity
of style, wlii'h occasionally led lilm Into bad
tnatn, ns for Inatnnco tlm chapter headed "Tho
Whiff nf Ornpcshot," or another, " nienlhero.
mania," In biography his subjects wcro nol
always well clionoti, " Oliver Cromwell" am)
" Frederick tho Ureal' so-called, wcro by 110
means otcnllicromaritacs, IIul Carlyle, right
or wrong, possonsnl tho vlrlno of narmnliiMS,
nnd If genius has be.cu rightly defined nn tlio
cnpnclty for porslslotit hard work, ho wnn n
genius of the first order j nor only that, for ho
lind tho power of clothing Ills thoughts in
language so original In style, nnd yet so Inlcl
Hgiblo and Instructive, ns to carry his renders
with lilm nnd tnnko them feel loath to put
down his liook, Ills later works wore pcrhnps
not equal to thoso which wo have referred to
ns standards, but still tho old spirit shown
forth, Iho principal features being a haired of
shams wherever lio met them, Kmeison writes
very much In tho satno sort of langungo, and
lo some extent on tho snmo lino of thought;
Charles Kingsloy In very different language,
hut much (Immune as (d earnestness nnd lovn
of tho truth.
From tho Atlantic to tlio Pacific
Tho Hnn Francisco Journal nf Gommnn of
January 27th, glvrs n most useful and inlnlli
glblo chart of tho southern part of tho North
American Continent, showing Iho proponed
truck of nil thu railway nud canal lines, now
under either actual construction or debate.
Tho Tchitiintopec, tho Nicaragua, and tho
I'anamn aro described no "tho thrco lending
routes," An " Isthmian Ship Chnnl " was
proposed to Charles V,, by tho l'orliigncso
Navigator Anionic) (latvnons (ar back as 1528.
Nelson proposed a Nlcuriigtia canal In 1760,
JofTcrsoii thu great American statesman in
1788, and Pitt tho groat Hngllsh statesman In
1707, both discussed tho subject, but it was
dropped for pulittcal reasons. Humboldt took
up tho project In IfiOI. (luizot Iho French
sthfesmaii sent out engineers to study tho
question but thoy pronounced against It.
Louis Nnpoleon wroto 11 pamphlet on tho sub
ject but nothing enmo of It. No less than
nineteen different schemed havo been pro
posed, Tho I'linama cnn.il ns suggested by
(jount F, do Lessops runs vory closo to tho
present railway. Tho Nicaragua canal of
which Ccnoral Grant in tho great champion,
utili7.os thu Rio San Juan, and tho lake Nica
ragua, nnd will reach tho 1'aclfic in tho Gulf
of Fonscca. Tho promoters of this lino assert
Hint it onu be constructed for less than ono
h.ilf of that of tho tido level canal proposed
for Panama, nnd wo nro inclined to belivo that
it may bo no, though ho great an authority as
Do Lesscps prefers tlio I'annma route.
Tho Quinta and Septima.
These two steamers havo earned for thom
hoIvch 11 notoriety thnl will not soon bo for
gotten in Honolulu. Tho first-named entered
tlio port with coffins suspended from her
davits, containing tho remains of Chinamen
who had died from stunll-por. In tho faco of
this outrage, tho master hands in a clean bill
of health. To mako matters still worse, tho
corpses wero cut down by somo 0110 on board
of tho steamer, and dropped into tho harbor,
finally finding a resting placo in Manoa val
ley. This vessel's stay was of short duration
here, but somo of tho crow managed to desert
from hor, and after her departuro they reported
alarming facts about small-pox that had
existed during tho voyage from Canton, and
worst of all they brought tho contagion on
shore with them nnd communicated it to
natives; hence tho epidemic that has, so to
speak, spread a pall over Honolulu during tho
past four or five weeks.
Tho Septima commenced her voyago in a
mysterious manner. A correspondent in Jloiiir-
kong writes thus : '' Thcro seems to bo some
thing very peculiar about tho German steamer
Stptima. Sho was advertised in tho Chincso
paper (only) to go to Honolulu. Even tho
day aud hour of leaving wero" given. I sent
up somo papers and letters to forwurd by her,
but tho captain would not rcccivo them, yot
did not say ho waB not going, but told us to
send tho parcel to tho agents. Thoy (tho
agents) endorsed tho parcel "rtof going to
Honolulu " nnd returned it. " Sho is, I sec,
" now at Wlmmpoa, and I imagine is going if
sho can. Tho object of course was to keep
" it dark from the Governor (of Hongkong)
" olso sho would not havo bcou nllowcd to fit
" up and provision." Now if tho Septima has
violated the Imperial Chinese Emigration Act
or the Emigration Ordhianccs cifjtho colony of
Hongkong, tlio master and owner will un
doubtedly havo to pay tho penalty Bhould tho
vessel over appear in Hongkong waters again,
provided. tho facta come to tho knnwledgo of
tho authorities, about which thoro is iittlo
doubt. Howovor, tho Septima did leavo Can
ton with her living freight, whether logally or
otherwise, and brought tlio s-imu to Honolulu.
Again, ft olean bill of health was reported,
though u Boarcliing investigation lias elicited
facts which provo that small-pox existed
during tho voyago ; und also that at tho timo of
her arrival in this port thoro woro two very
bad cases on board, which wcro concealed
from tho I'ort Physician. Uut tho most strange
thing of nil is discovered the last, Tho ves-
sol was reported to havo ,510 passengers on
board. On counting them out when placing
them in quarantine, thoro was fouud to bo
711. What can bo the moaning of this dis
crepancy ? Was it that she has deceived tho
emigration officers at Iho other end, or was it
for, tho object of evading tho capitation tax nf
$2.00 per hoad at this end. Tlirso aro mut
ters that ought to be thoroughly sifted, and if
a criino has, been committed, let the law take
its course. It is a noliceablo fact that no vcs.
sols under tho British flag como hero with
emigrants from China, though thero aro moro
steamers under the British Hag jn China
waters, than ull other nations put together.
Probably it is that tho master of an English
vessel knows ho cannot viojvtu tho laws with
impunity, Wo trust wo havo had thoirotand
last visit of these numerically named steamers
under similar auspices to tho present.
From tht tivJwy bully Tikgrait, Ju se, IbeO.
The Wsl'.hiin Wt;h Company bare beeu awarded Iho
only sold medal siren for watches at the Sjduej Inter
national Exhibition, ind are iho only exhibitors in any
cUii from tho Unltsd butts who bara rccelred this
1 Sola Agent for tb llaHallan Islands,
NEW ZEALAMD OATS!
A t'tlW MAUN HV THKatK CKUCMHATKtt
.. OoU, tx ''Australia.' Also,
Nw Hay, Oats, Bran,
Whole and Ground Starts,
Wliea.t,Wkole and Cracked Corn,
Middlings, Oil Cake'Meal, Mixed Feed
ror Bala Ofeaap For Cash.
Si 1m LAIME A CO,
Homo Bedding -MattrcsB Hny,
WCIsh CI III. I), ma h i.i) ,-r
dllre. In qnsnties to suit
AT ONI'. DOLLAR I'EIt KM) POUNDS.
Apply, Ihrongh Ihe I'ostOiH", to
J II WOOII.nr
.1, W IttJHtl.RY.
htkamhr city or sydney,
IDA McKAY, AND
.T A I'ALKINIlUntJ
i V Tl I K Al it )V li M A N Y V I'M K L8,
wehsin Jtut IrrMrrt, Ktr Mm tl'rf In lsirels
n'l hslf lrtrrs Cases Fslrhsnk l.snl,
(.nlilen (Into KitM I'll til I Ir I'lnnr.
Wlfsl, torn.Osls. ir . Ae
Per City of 8ycTncy.
lOO HAOH IMIIMTOIJA hl'I'V I'OTA-
, IIsrs Hllr'.ln Onions
Callfnrnla Hslrr Hntler, In 91 Ids rW, sml I Ins
disss. Isrs, pntnp Hxpresslr fnrrmr Tisite,
lisstern (.'lelSsh, llnnel'ss (islrlsh. Hsil'rn llsms,
Hsilern Hsinn. Unmet Cngllsh llrrskfstt 1s,
In I) Ih loirs, ( omet (lol'inttTea, fi Hi IVrirs.
Halmon. I'llol llresd, Cracker, anil Crik". Meillnm
liread In Cases.
pOIhKI)' IjTNaYlKlTT'AINT ()l h.
.1 J IUw Mn"M Paint IHI WairntHl th pf Allien,
l.snl Oil, for r.nhrlrritlnr, Cases nf Hjilrll Tnr
intlne, .Atlantic tv-ad. In pirkayss nf I Hi, snrl
hpusrils nr W Ilis I'alnt Itrii'hes In arest
tsrlely. All nf vslilch will ho iM at I'ripes by
9-Hf IIOI.I.KH A. CO,
c'iriMtii.MK coijiit or 'run iia-
3 wallsn Islsrids, In I'rnlisle. In Hie matter nf the
JI.tilenr.lOIINT CIIAYTHII. late rif llnnrilnln, d
tessul. At Chambers, hefnrn .Mr Jnstlee Jlcl'nlly.
On resillnir ami fllltiK llm pMlllnii anil acermnis nf
Chatl-s T HllllnalMm, Ailmltilitrnlcr with the, Will an
nexed nf thu estate of Jnhc T. I'hayter, ifimin,
wherein hr ask In bit allowed H.r.W.II, and clianjrs
himself wllh 3 - - anil asks Hist the ssrne may he
eismlrfd ainfaiiirnreil,nd Ihsl a flnal nrrler may hi
madiiillsrharirlnit him nnd his sureties frinn all further
responsibility as snth.
It Isimlered, Ihst WI'.D.tr.HMAY, the Will, itsr of
Marrh.A II, Iml, at tn n'tlnek A. M., before the slid
.Iitstle,at Chmnbi-rs, In the Court Hrnise, at Honolulu,
hn ami th-t tmn hereby Is appointed as the ilmonnd
place for liratlng said petition nnd acciunls. and that
all prfsoru Interested may then and there appear and
shove raiisir, If any lliey han, why tlin same should not
lie granted. And Hist this order In the I!iikIIIi
lsniHK", be iiubllihed In tho Mslnrdsy Press, a news,
pspi-r printed and tmblishei In Honolulu, for Hire- nr.
eesilm weeks prerluui lr the tlmo therein appointed
fnr said hearing.
listed at Honolnln, II. I.. !Hd day of Pel,, A II. 18.1.
... ... ... ,-.-,
All-al. .1 ll.a, .r,... !,. ,..!.- fat... ... i'j
Justice nf the MiipreriieCnnrrt,
itocnr fouiiT. kouhtii .iu-
illelal (circuit. In (Jhnmberi. In I'rnhnte. Istntnt
Kansl. Hawalisn Islfliuts. ss. In Ihn rustler ri( rhs
Kstsle iif.KJSI'I'HTIIOItNKIIICI'.. deces.ed. Order
nppolnllnzllme for I'riibnle nf Will and directing poll.
HtMtl'm of notice of the r sme.
A iliKiimenl nirportlmr tribe the last will and Irela.
rnentnf .losepliTh'iriie ftlce, iler eased, harlriz nn the
ISIIi day of February, A. H. IWI, been presented tn said
I'rnbslnC'niirt, and a petition for Hie prnhnte thereof,
and for the Issuance of !, tiers Testamentary to Oeorca
II. Hole, named as JJieenlor therein, hating beri filed
byhlm, Ills hereby ordered that HATHItHAV, tbnd
day nf AI'IUUA IMfWI, at 10 p'elneli A. M.nfsalit
dsr. nt tlin (Trmrt Hoom of said Court, nt l.lbne. Kalisl.
be and the same Is hereby appointed tlin limn arid place
for proving said will and liearlnz said application when
arid whem any person Interested may appearand eon.
iesi ine sain win, nnn lite eraniingnr inters lesiarnen.
tary. It Is further ordered that notice thereof be clren
test the said will, nnd the erantlng
inry, ilis inriner oriieren mat
br niihllrallori for three surer.
:ccle weeks in the Hat-
unlay Press," a nowstmner minted and mihllshed In
Honolulu. Audit Is further ordered thai citations bo
Issued In the subscribing witnesses to said will, and to
the heirs of the testator in tho Hawaiian Islands tn ap
pear and contest the probate of raid will, at the time
appointed. JAUUII IIAIIOY.
Circuit Jndge fourth Judicial Circuit.
Koloa, Kanal, February IS, 1MI. 2rt gt
CUI'KKMi: CO UUT OP THK IIA-
O wallan Islands, In Probate. In the matter of the
Will of AI.KXAMlF.lt lltnulllNHO.V, late of the
District nf Kau, Hawaii, deccised. At Chambers before
The Honorable Charles Ciiflln Harris, Chief J us tier.
On rending and tiling tho petition and accounts of
John H. Walker and Joeenh O.Carter, Kieculors of the
Will of Alexander Hutchinson, late of the District or
Kan, Hawaii, defeased, wherein they ask tn be allowed
JSrj.Oll.lB. andchirgnthemsclTcs with sa)m.t, and
ask that the same may be examined and approred. and
that a final order may lie made of dlstrlbuilon of tho
property remaining In their hands to the persons there
to entitled, and dlirhnrglng him and their sureties from
all further nsponslblllty as snch Ilierntrrs.
It is ordered, that MONDAY, Hie ffllh day of Marrh,
A. II. IfcSI, at icn o'clock A. Jl., before the said Justice,
at Chambers. In the Cnnrt House, at Ilnrinlnlu.be and
the same hereby Is appointed as the time and place for
hearing said petition nnd accounts, and that all persons
Interested may then and there appear and show canse.
If any Ihcy hars why the same should not bo granted.
And Hint tills Order, In the Kngllsti language, be pnb
Ilshed In the Hatnrdsr Press, a newspaper printed and
published In Honolulu, for three successive week prt
vlons to tho tine therein appointed for said hearing.
Hated nc. Honolulu, II. I., this '.nth day or February
A. D. IHSI. ' '
Attesti A. IIosX. Chief Justice Supreme Conrt
Deputy Clerk hnprcmc Court. Vi at
82 Merchant HI., cor, of Fort fit. 80 ly
A. M. HEWETT.
Wii.i.ATrii.vn t tnxciiAiKJiXJ vr.s.
HKI.Ifrnm Foielgn Ports, Welching of Hugar
and other produce, Office at O, W Macrarlann A Co
0.nci'ii Mtrect. bj 5m
NOTICE TO CREDIT0ES.
A SjU PJ2HSOXS IIAVIXG CAI.MS
JiX against the lato John II, Coney, deceased, arc re
quired 10 send the enme to the undersigned at lies of.
lice, M Fort street, Honolulu, within six months from
the date of the first publication of this notice or they
will be forever barred.
Dated this 10th day of February, A1). 1BHI.
It Kxecntorof the Will of John II. Coney.
AT THK A.WIlAI. .tlllKTI.ttt OF THE
,c. 'JonplnJn 'rnn Works Company, held JannarySlst,
losi, the following ofllcers were reappointed:
President Then. II. Darles.
Auditor W.L (Ireen.
becrctary and Treasurer T. It. Wnlker.
'-' T. It. WALKEH. Secretary!
BY VI UT UK OP A2S. EXECUTION
Issued by tho bupremo Court In fayor nf Ooo Kim
l'lalnllltagalnt b. S.Mahelona, Defendant, for 1W
I hare let led upon and ahull txpose the same on
Saturday the 12th day or.Uurcli, A. 1). 1881,
at the front door of AlllolanI Hale nt 12 o'clock noon,
all the right title and Interest of said Defendant in and
to ICoyal l'ateut .T.II, containing 3 M.IUI acres, situated
at Mookahl and Kanakukahl, unless said ludguicut and
costs are previously entlstTed.
Terms cash and iTlciIs at expense of purchaser. The
above land Is leased to Goo Kim for 10 years dated Sept.
lllh, lofj. W. O. l'AIIKi:, "
NEW GOOD'! NEW GOODS!
KUH UV HUSTON POItH, roil MAI.R 1IY
A. vt . IIUMII.
(iuallty. In tins, Kor Sala by
A. W. BUSH.
CIAMKN Or"HIOSrM'i:i.i:lltATi:i 1IOHI4I.V
Tomatoes, packed by Lewis Hros.,aH lb tins, Kor
S"'e "X A. W. HUSH.
(i.r.r.H of Hiietrox ii hi:ii n,:.rx. mreei
J from Boston guaranteed fresh Kor fisle by
. A. W. HUSH.
Ci AHE.S oi' I'orrnu jii:atm, ik na i.k ut
' . A. W. UU8II.
CANtw of noNro.v naiimaji:mkat. fok
' Saleliy A. W. lltlhll.
ANKNor'riio.H: t:i.i:BKA-ri:ii iiuckiu
Tomato and Mock Turtle Soups. Kor Sale br
. A, W. HUSH.
C1AHKH XT.tV r.NUI.t.IM)l.XCIIOWUUH,
direct from llonton, Kor Sale by
A. W. HUSH.
tiAHiis or.cAi.viis- in;ti,
' " Cases of Hattern Clams,
Case of Lobsters,
All of which are direct front Iloslon, and sold In nuanii
ties to suit, by M3t A. W. HI Sll.
TTi l'EHSONS AltK IIEItKI.Y
cautioned from tmrchasine' lha fnllowlne name
iiu.aii.u iiuuu., niuru .uni itiu, ioiv,
Hond K. No. 'r. furSJii).
Hood E. No. avi, for J'J.
Hond I, Nn. -.'el. fur JJ'J.
Hond I. No. 137. for S-1'J.
Hond 1. No. 111. for i.'.
Slond I. No. IJ. for iJUJ,
lUiud I. No. IU. for -i.
Houd O. Nn, ai.'.. for $HU.
Hond tl, No. ull. for SUM.
They were stolen from my safe In Lahatna dnrlnr my
absence Iu Molukal, on or about February lib, leel, and
payment on the same has tn-en stopped.
oil Ira F. JONLs.Uhalna. Manl.
lln..-ll. li I. I ."..i i " .. .t- ' 'e. "..
A IX rEKMOXk AMK IIKKCNV WARXED
r against trespassln? In and upon the Stream at
Walpshu. Known as the WAIPAIIU hTHEAM.as It Is
bit inlcnllon tn proaccate all trespaasera lo to almost
eitcut of the law.
a bit it A. W HUSH.
Ouo AycUiijr st Perter'tf 8 Heme Power
Trcil9 Kaglae, viitfc foHr
IX TON CAN1 WAGONS
Complete, with extra weaxloz pans, all new.
Apply, for terms, to
U MO lui ClaMsTI.E sfc fOHt.
AFIXt: XiATMJK COTTAOE, COX.
Ululnj Parlor, thrw Bedrooms, Dining Itovm.
Kltcbeu, and larx I'sutry; also, Cartitir itousa and
btablea. Sitnattilun Nuuaaa Hold, lattabovt tbo first
Uida. nlmr Mr. Cuuba's residence.
Kor t arUitt iaf or uiatloa t uqulra of
' HAST BB08..
MI 3a At tb Attor Moa, UoUl 8t.
Tl I1IITY-BLGI ITJ 1 ANNUAL STATEMENT
THE WIUTUAL LIFE
Insurance Company of New York,
F. S. WINSTON, President,
For the Year Ending December 31, 1880.
ASSETS, $91,735,786 02.
Annuities In force, -fan tat, I).,...
I'nllrle. In force .lsnlt. IWI..
JfVW !H,l1l.rWI I
Tn Ilslsnte from Isst seemtnl. ?'?! !a
" Premiums retjlel "SMS 12
" Interest and rents. .... ,..,..i.. ...... l,,iuo -a
.e... ti .1.. r.. in.u aieH. nt tnnr end hslf
I'rnm 'lh Unrpliis, as appears In !hi llslance Mheei, n
lie In form at Its aniilsersary In tffll.
lurplMsanJcotillrigenl guamnleu fund 4ll,7 19 I y loans oncollalcrsls I't'MJ ?I
' llrreal estate..... 7,171,131111
THKl'ItBJIIU.M ItATHS OIlAllOKfl roll fNHtJHANOK IW THIS COMI'ANr WKItK IIKDUCBD I.f IWI
nn. i iir.iu.n has AiioUTlftHKItOKNTONOHDIIfAICr I.IKB I'MMOIKH.
AHHKTH.,... .i.i.... .;91,7V,771 W
Nr.w YniiK, January 21, IVI.
I'crsons wishing to sernre safe and legltlmiliif-lfe Insnrinee at fxmsil Cost will And It to their adrantsge to
Insure In The Mutual Life Insiimnee Compsny of Jfew York.
7"i Oompnny ilo' nnl Ihw Tontlntor Tonttn Intftrntnt polltlti,
Kor fnrther partlcrtlsrs. plcaa apply to
A. B. FORBES, General Agent for the Pacific Coast,
21 SitiiHoiiio HI reel, Han Fntnclsco, or to
'2C 2t S. G. wnJ)ER, Ag-ent for the Ha-vr'n Ialanda.
SHORT HORN CATTLE !
Tlio Hlxxtlzro 33:oxca.
PORE-BRED SHORT HORN CATTLE
Of Jesse I). Carr, on Mabllan ltanclio, Monterey Co.,
IS NOW OFFERED FOE SALE.
This herd, consisting of one hundred head, la
ONE OF THK BEST IN AMEIMOA.
Mr. Carr has taken great pains In selecting and breed
ing this held rcgamicts of ejtpensc, ondlt Isa choice
lot nf cattle, not only Hi reference to lircedlug but In
regard ut Individual merit. It la from the
IK'st Imported and American Stock.
The Monterty Democrat t ays of Mr. Carr'i stock!
" In appearance this herd will compare with any cor
risponiling number of cattle in the United htatcs;
while in respect lo pedigree and purity of strain It Is
not probable that they have their equals on the I'aclnc
Coast. The last Importation of Mr. Carr, representing
$W,IMJ, was eclecten with the view of securing the best
strains of the most improved stock."
The Xallonal Lit Xtoct Journal saysi
" If our readers will turn to California we will point
out the location of a ranch which Is the pride of our
shorvhorn fslenda In the Far West, and the Joy of Its
owner, the wealthy banker Mr. J. 1, Carr.
From numerous sources we have heard voluntary testi
mony as to the superiority of Mr. Carr'a herd overall
olbeia on tho Pacific Hlope, both as regards pedigree
and that other great iluldtratum, tisidviinus. stun."
THIS ENTIRE STOCK
Is now In the hands of the undersigned to be disponed
of, and will be sold at prices ranging, according to
merit, from $'JJI to JWJ.
Catalogues of the Herd,
Olvlng the pedigrees of each, will be furnished on ap
plication. vppiy in person or oy leiier tn
DH.JOHN WCHt. Honolulu.
SEIBERT'S AUTOMATIC STEAK
FOK SALK I1Y THK
HONOLULU IBON WORKS CO
This little apparatus nils the cylinder constant! and
perfectly, bo little oil Is used that a saving of oil and
wear rqual to four times lu cost may be effected In one
Pint Sire, $45. Half Pint Size, $30.
8T0 B 8ni
STEAM ANDWATER PIPE.
We would call the attention of those lenaUine I'lplni
to our Urge tclr of '
154,000 Feet On Hand!
lllack Welded Steam I'lpa K to 7 In, diameter.
Galvanized vt ater Plre H to 3 lu. diameter,
fiT The above at Moderate 1'rlces.
THE HONOLULU IBON WORKS COMFY
ARTESIAN WELL TUBES,
The Honolulu Iron Works
FURNISH PBICES AND SHOW SAMPLES
National Tube Work Go's Works,
And to make contracts to deliver It Id larse or small
quantities In this city. & a) t(
T IM IJf IMIHIIIalLE TO NAY.TUU MtCH IX
pralso of this ood old standard Family Medicine
It cannot be too Uliihly recoumendeil, as It Is truly a
Mrrl ul ltts Atfc, and no hounhcld should be
without It, It prevents as well as cares tsklsa III.
enaea, Uuul. Kix-uiusiliasu, tirHvrland all Kill.
My lllaeasnt. AsTeclcil Utr, lleaiiUclie,
Nats, Mile, WlHtl, lMUKealUu, Coailissv
Haas, fcrrr . Afur, s.eplr-Mura., Vmfl
IhiIo. rtil Urea Ik, aJ avcry disease broujlit on ot
a-ravated by a disordered stomach.
It purines the lllood, Cleanses the Htoniath and Bow.
Is, aud jives lha whole ipun a Healthy and Delisht
falTone, There, never wii " medlc'ne for the Nar.rry
ecjaal to It, and berlLj comjosed of Herbs only, t can
U rlvta aafaly lo infants. It is unph atdlclne
-barmlesi, yet efflcaclous, Invajuablt tu the family, on
the oad. at sea, and everywhere,
ror sal by all l)rulte, ana at wholesale by
THK UXpSUelQNKll OrFEKJJ
THK lALANCK OF Hit STOCK
AT OMKATLV UKDUCKI) PHICB8,
Coiitig emrUwia Gd, til:
Kotla Meet Chia No. 1 MHiu,
Cbe.U Huperiof Test, CUw HaeVa, Wn,
An4 Ottor Wmrmjf Q4.
I Annuities In forre..in.T.t,l'l....
IIimkI.m .1 Hal lies. ......
, i ii i... ---,--
fly inlil Death lslm,,,. ...... ....n...
' Mstared efidnnrifient-
Hnrrendererl policies and addi
Total paid poller holders
Commissions (payment of rnrrent
and eitlngnlshrnent nf fntnre)..
Contingent gnaranlesr aceonnt....
Tales and assessments............
Kjproses , i.....
IMUne.4 lo new scfonnl. ..........
Ily rash in lunka and frnat eompnls at
Interest ....... .....
Ily Interest seemed
Iff premlnms deferred einarterly and semi
annual. .......................... .........
Ily premlnms In trsnilt, principally for
Ily balance dne by agents., .......... ......
rtes eent Interest be. nseil the isrnlnt Is ores lit JIOJW.
Dlsldend sll be apportioned to each policy which shall
THE COLLEGE OF ST. LOUIS
COMMERCIAL & BUSINESS ACADEMY.
HONOLULU, OAHU, M. L
THIS J8TITUTIOX IJKIJff; HK
m.ite from city allurements. Is an acknowledgeA
safeguard for morals .for ealabrlty of climate. Is nnrl
vailed. The building are lareand commodloas. whiles
the cronnds afford tho pupils opportunities fnv health
Unremlltlns attention lllr given tntbelatelleetnal
and moral cnltare of the pupils. ;(onCsthotle pnplla
will f. ttrr to attend the religions exerdes oe not, ae
crmllnL as their parents or guardians may desire.
I'nplls are received at any time during the yesr. Tin
reduction will be made from retrnlar charges, except for
atieenee caused by protracted Illness.
In feo r,t al.eAmee nnHn.lli. et.nlM.lle . ateee..
at Ihe College vlcatlons or Hr xplal permfsslrn.
Kach pnpll mnsi on entering obtain nee suit of uni
form, which with all other necessarr clotklnr, A Ac.
will be furnished at moderate coet by the College: hot
none of these will be provided by tbe College unlets by
Payments are tn be made quarterly, and invariably
The course of stadr Is Classical, ficleatllc and Com
mercial; Latin, Orteic, French, Spanish, Herman and
Particular attention will be paid to the Kogllah Lan
guage In all lu branches, f.lteratnre. Pare and Mixed
Mathematics, History, Urography, Chemistry ar4 at
nral Philosophy, Ac. ,
For Hoard, Lodging, Tnltlon nnd Washlas;. per
Hcbolastlc Year.... VI) CO
Kntrane fee. ...... ..... Vt Ifl
Vacation at College 40 Ut
Music, vocal and Instrumental, Drawing and Modem
DAY PUPILS Senior Class . yo in
Junior Class......... to
The Kcbolastle Year consist of twoMrsslons, eah
comprising a perir'l of Sve months. The Brit session
commences on theWthof August; the second on the
Poralland further psrtlcu tars, apply to
KEV. W. J. LAItKIN, President,
.'(o. 71 Hnetanla sU
Erenlng; School Department of 8t. LoaU
The President has derided to Include tils branch la
thn curriculum of the College.
Its object Is tn afford all classes of tkr toramnaity the.
means nf acquiring a theoretical and practical knowl
edge of all commercial and business transsciinns In
daily me; and also toglveao Inslgjit laevtlse weixtaza
and application of Ihe different Trades, wkich It la to
essential tod? tn these Islands.
The Theoretical Ilranch will be under tk saper vision
of the President and Professors of the- Celle-e. The
Practical and most Imporunt liranch wtfl We saetiallr
attended to by volunteers from the vartos master artl
zansamon; us, who have kindly and geaerwisly esom
Ised their service to this usefufandvalaabU enterprise.
They will, alternately, devote half an koor m. even
ing to the Ink of Imparting knowledge 1st tbs tadrnla.
All tbe Implements necessary to each Ufcle, sad lo Az
rlrnllnre, will be furnished by the ColWce.
Koch maater-artizan, while connect) wttk lk Col
lege, will be entitled to name one Vrre-Lt'c-fchbUrihlp
to the privHIsrea of this Kveclng School Hrpurtsjeat.
TKHMh Each student per week,aicu. The Kvrainz;
Hchool will open at 7 oloclt p. tq. Id W
TO PLANTERS AND OTHERS
i iiEo to sotift
Planters and tbe Public
THAT I AM PKEPAIiTED TO
FURNISH PLANS AMD ESTIMATES
Steam Portable Tramway.
With or without Cars and Lotometlvee,
.Specially adapted for Sugar aMaatatWa. t
Steam PloashlnK and CQlliratind UocUattr.
Traction hnirinex and Itmul I.-i.Tt "
Ijocomotivwi tut any Kauo ot Hallway,
Jortnble ijiKioe for all pnrpoea,
i indin Knginw for Inclinta.
XES8IU. JNO. rOWLXX. CO.
Sf lrfS1''..E?.!f,"'d-. """ 1 "P'eaent. kase spslleJ
Portable lullwavs for Wurer Planlallons la CVa,Trlnl
daj. Demarara. Pern and Mexico, for all of vsklca) lic" a
"ft UV "V" ' Plooxhlng Xacblaery "
Tbey have also during the Usi is years maaafsstired
locomotives for lull..,. In Ureal Yfrtul?aa4 ta"o
onles. India. Mcjlco, Csyloa. Egypt aed PerxvUii. JV
Ln.nhd.go;ra:e,,.nJd'?..rac?th,:tB",, ' " ft
?if. b,., ,vf " T"' UtaclloB, aa wsU ailarji
numbers for private as. "
Any couiaiuiiUallons ia be a.Mrf ssol to It. U. fewler
rare of JV. L. tirten. Esq, or U. W. MMfarUae Co.
IIao)ulu.wh will act as their AerusV
Laulogues. wlib Illustrations, aaodaU a4 Bkolo
granhs of ihe above plant and machinery uut be Men
altneoaHeofO. WZ MacfatUa Co. ' ' ""
B. H.KOHLKE, for
v , JXU- KOVVLER CO.
k-.'VT1 ProP." '' Ih dlfeient Islands daring
be next few . aid ska I be pleawvU tn rive air Iaf
tyle. of tbe above machinery 16 teca localiiy
L, it- ii. yowum.
OYSZVL FOlt SALE
The Following OooU.
EX tATK AUJUVALS.
BMt CftL Hard ! Iricks,
CS HEUESSEV 1 U AW Ul MMf
Jf "- Dtswil. o4aM
. . . m a - I