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Tiir. xiMthfr ihrimgHot thr vtrek has Srn drltaly
ami Mnlr1nici'l lo have Interfered materially
with ttBiJfVfl and nil oul-dnor undertakings. This
has hjWrrtfvrfiml the otherwise ilnll flats of business
sapalTr. contcqnrnl noon (he prevailing rjildsmle.
thmr,h lh foreign arrivals from the Coast listers
llf ml the otherwise monotnnosts Itale nf aifslrs.
Il)r the Hesperian nml Issdy Ump.ttn our prelate
market hssbren freely supplied, while hay and irraln.
that hare hern eesree for some lime past, bas now a
promts of relief. The rrlnl nt week nf twit carrn-s
of nl lm relieved the barenness nf the market of Ihit
rommiHlltr. The tutjtn nf C'nrlion lllll mil, by the Man
I.nls, Ihe excellent quality of which was mentioned In
this column few weeks since, win teteil by tltf Imn
Works Co. reiultlni; ery satisfactorily.
The departure contempts!!.! this week hue been
Interfere.) with by the weather, the steamer Hrptlma
an l.4tk lieu tint Rettlnx away till yesterday Thin
Utter ves.el, for ."an Francisco, takes swar, we be
llee, the heaviest cargo nf enttsr jet cipnrtrd, nf I..V,: .
Irt pounds. We note a newartlrle In onr ejports by
btr, anil wnmler whnnt we base elvlllird to Ihe use of
our natrntte drug, awa Her rarn value fools up the
snug sum nf 'I,l'rl3(.
liy the ateiamer Mrefno, jre!enUr r .. from Han
l-renrlseo, we hare dates to .March Snd. Ilr prlvstc
lettei we learn that flam Mpreek'U ha reilucril the
standard nf Manila Imelx from W n 91 per cent. Out
favoring Honolulu phnlrrs i.r per ft
ThelHirk Kalakana anil brie W It Merer had sailed
for I hi a port, linih with full cargoes of assorted mrr
chiiidlc and produce
POUT Or HONOLULU.
.Mar f.-.m lik Martha Hideout, Wlckbnrj, W) dsys fm
IVrt Town eiid
7 Am bittne Hesperian. Winding, IS days from
S-Ilrll bk Lady Unipann. Marston, II days from
1Seh Wallele, from .Mallko
W rli .Inll.t. from llamikna
It-Chinese H H Mee Von, Cunningham, from 8 P
U-llilalea chr Viilil.l'awley. fin Fnuulni's Is,
Mar 8-Ani wh bk l'rnjrcss. Mirkcr, for cruise A North
.ich Jenny, fur .N'awtllwlll
'J-.sini Kllauea llnu, for Kahiilut
Mini Jas Makee, for Kauai
ll)-Sch Prince, for Kail
Il-Nor bk litta.l'hrlstcnsnn. for .San Francisco
tier S H Hepllma. I'clersnn. fcr llonKkninr
Xth Wnlole, for l.ohiln and llllo
Mch Wallcle, fur .Mallko
Vossols in Port,
slnlt bjttne Nlcolam,
Herman . Septlma. Pelrrenn
Am bk .leiiiir Pllta, .Slevert
Haw btne I'onnre, Tflj'P
Am bktne W II tllniond, llondlcll
Am bk I) O .Murray. Haien
Am btnn North Mlar. Morchouio
Am bklne Nan I. ill", McDonald
Am bk Martli Kldenul. Wlckbiirc
Am bslne HeeperlJii, Winding
lltll bk Lady ljinnon, Mamton
Chlneae S a ileo Poo, (luniilnKliam
Voaaol Eijioctoilnt Honolulu, friim ForolRn
Ilr bk Alkihaw, Talte, Oli.nv, ,l,ic March 15-'.i), O W
Marfarlani .1 Co, Agi'iita
Am bk Kdward May, Jolinn, llnstoii, duo April 1-R, C
llrewcr.fc Co. Acenla
llrltbk lllebllrcr, Schllemnnn, I,niulon rlaSt Mlchacla,
due April f-IU, V IUoh er A. Co. Aevnla
Haw bk hale. Ahlburn, London, lo nail lat of Jan. II
llackfeld .t (,'o, Accnta
Hawbk Hawaii .Whitney, S S Inland, due In all
March, PruMdent Hoard Immigration, Agent
(If r bk Muca, from Drammcn, duo March PUS. II
Hackfeld A Co, Affente
Am bk Cheshire, llichcliler. New York, Ane May VtK.
Cartle A Cooke, Amenta
llrlt bk Zoe, Campbell, l.lrcrpool, due May 10-15, T II
Davie. A item
Amb:lne Haaird. Miller. Departure Hay. for Kahnliil.
duo Mar IJ-17 W (1 Irwin A Co. Aaente
Ocr bk Cedcr, ltoblfa, llrcincn, duo May HM5, II Hack
feld A Uo, Ai;cnt
(lcr lmr l.ydln. , Canton, duo March 10-12, W (1
Irwin A Co, Aeenla
Am rrhr Daehlnsr Uaio, Mclandrr, Humboldt
Am bktne Kato Sudden, II ilea, Newcastle, N S W, duo
April 1-3, , Accnta
Am bk llarreit Home, Matcon, Departure lliy, II Hack-
fold A Co, Aiirnta
Am bklne Kale Pllcklnjcr, Younj, I'ort (iambic, duo
March .Vlii, II llackfeiil A Co, Ajrents
Am bstiieMnrnln7Mtar, Ilray, Mlcmncela. duo In all
March, K O Hall A .son. Agents
V M MS Cltr of New Vork, Hcabury, Sydney, duo March
II, 11 Hackfeld A Co, Audita
llrlt ahlpOlty of Shniu-hal, Dryadale, (Ilaagow, to sail
.Ian 7, (I W MacftirUno A Co, Agents
Am achr W II .Meyer, Howe, .sn Pranclaco, duo March
li-i), C Kroner A Co, Agents
Am bgtne J 1) Soreckeli, Douglai. San Frxnclsco, for
Ki.hnlul. due, W (I Irwin A Co, Aenta
Am echr American (ilrl. Ilackiu, Humboldt
Am bklno h.ircka. Nonlbnrg, Depaituro Hay, II Hack
feld A Co, Agents
llrlt bi IM'il! S .in, . Newcastle, N S W, duo In
all April. Allen A Hoblnaou, Agents
Am bk Amle, San dbtrg. NcwscAstle, N S W, duo In all
March, AllenA Unbliiaon, Agenta
llawetiiir- .Culler, San Francisco, due March 10-15
9 T It Poster A Co. Ageuti
Am bktuo Kmma Angusta, Port (lamble. for ICihuliil
Am tern fumpeer, lllrkholm. Port (Iambic, duo March
IVJD, II Hackfeld A Ci, Agents
Am ach Uicllll.i, , Port Uamhlc, , It Hackfeld A
P M S H Aiflralla. Carglll, San Francisco, due March
I'J, II Hackfeld A Co, Agents
II iw bk Kilakaua, Jenk, Sin Francisco, duo March
IV2H, P T I.cnehin A Co, Agenla
Am bktnolliscnvrry, Penhallou-, loading March 2
lr.,,.,,,k. """ Nll. "ray, from Nnnalma
. ". v'T.ir.Tt ""we. from fcan Francisco, due Mar 15-20
Am lik II Almy, Freeman, from S.in Francisco
Am bktne hlla, Turner, frim Sail Francisco
Whnlen to touch lit Honolulu. In nil
March nnil April.
Steam whaler Ilohcdere. from New- llcdford; bk Atlan
tic, dlllo: bk Dan Wcb-ler, ditto; bk Norlbern I.iglil,
'.' lUr.''' A,,nV." "'- frni crulsoj bk niiza, ditto;
bk Itilnbow, dllto; bk Pacific, ditto.
Tbo Am. bark I). C. .Murray has hauled to the Old
Cnstum House wharf, wbero she Is now- loading for
Sin FmiicNo, and, we ither permitting, she. will sail
about Wednesday or Thursday next, with a full cargo
nnd a number of pissengcra.
The Am. bktne W. II Dimond Is at Ilrver A Co's
wharf loading with dispatch for San Francisco, to sail
on Tuesday, with a full freight and passenger Hat,
Tlio Ilr. bark I.idy Lamnson arrived on tho evening
of the elh, having mide a lino run of II days from San
1-riiuclsco; shn will riturn with a full cargo tho latter
part of ncxl week,
Thedrrman bark Atalauta la at Allen A Iinbtnson'a
wharf discharging; sho will load with sugar for ban
i ranclaco, to tall the laller part of next week.
At Ilia Mine dock tho Martha Hideout Is discharging
a cargo of lumber; she returns to tho sound, In ballast,
tbo latter part of next week.
Tho Am. bgtnclleapcrlan arrived on the Tlh, 15 days
from ban rrauclsco; she has docked at tho Ksplanadei
vho returns to San Francisco tho end of next week.
Tbo bark Jenny Pitts Is at tho foot of Fort street; sho
will get off some tlmo next week.
The bktne San I.uls has discharged her cargo of coal,
and salts lo-ilay. In ballast, for Sau Francisco.
Tho bjjtno North Star, at tbo foot of Llkrllkt'a dock,
lias discharged her cargo, and sails to-day, In ballast,
for Port Tow nsend.
P. M. S. S. Cllof New York, en route for San Fran
cisco, will bo due on Monday from S)dney, taking tho
ti. S, Mall.
Messrs. T. It. Foster A Co's new steamer may bo
looked for In all unit week from ban Francisco: owing
to bal weather un tbo Coast It was uncertain when ahu
A special despatch from London, reports that tho
Am bktne T V Whlton, Capt Nickels, from Victoria,
V. 1 for London, with cargo of Salmon and wool. Is
ashora In Mount Hay, near Penzancs, Cornwall. The.
crew of ten men were saved with the help of a rocket.
the above vessel It will bo remembered, brought a
general cargo from New Yotk, to Messrs Castle A Cooke
Victor's; Feb 10. The steamer Pilot brought down
tb brl; llaxard. from Departure Hay yesterday, coal
laden fur tho banilwlch Is.
The O F Haendsl. from llremen for Honolulu, arrhed
at Putt H llllam, Falkland Islands, prior to Nov 21th, on
nrc, and although sculllrd and run ashore, was burnt Ui
the waters tdgu. halts, was undertaken t 3l!i per.
cent and some cargo will bo saved. Alia.
The steamer Lvhua, reports lbs ith Pato, lying at
anchor at Ksalualu hating lust her mainmast.
Tbo Chinese 8 S Moo Foo, arrived at San Francisco,
Feb. IVlh. 9 days from this port, and the Haw bk Kala.
k.uu, ami Aui sch llosarlo, were outsldo bound In Feb
2td, when tbo Lady I.nupson left.
The Norwegian bk Hta, sailed yesterday for San
Francisco laklng a rargo at S'sJ.IUUSI.
Capt llrowu of the Tag Pole, lakes a trip cast on the
next steamer; Capt 11 llcmstrad takes chswo of Ibe
The Am sch Twilight, Whitney, sailed from llrl) for
Han Francisco Feb '.Tlh. with a cargo of suar. molas
ses and bides,
Tbo llrlt bk Mary Mildred, Drown, sailed from tho
samo purl for Victoria, V. I-, Feb Ittlta.
. The Discovery hadbceu quarantine la Han Francisco,
but was released Feb 21th.
The Am bk II W Almy, was quarantined at San Fran
cisco, lbs cabin boy was down with a light attack of
Hrpoil of the bk Ladf Lsnipson, Xlarttou, Matter
I.ll Van Francisco Feb il, flrsi 2 dsys hid N N W
aud W N v winds and Uns weather, then 4 dats light
winds and calms. Took trades In !& M't .1.1 and lib
bad fresb N K, by Ks.l gales aud hLm sea.
hints Ihiu had slsuut S. K. and Easterly winds and
llihlse. Feu. 2Tlb. spoks Ilr Urk Janet McNeil. 112
days from tJUajjow. bound fur oau Francisco.
Hsporl tf tbe Chinese Sicamcr Mee 1'ik). Cunulug
liini.niiilir Left Ssa Fraiiclsruat A a. iu on the Sid
atsreb, sod arrlrl at Honolulu al noon on tbe llth of
March. Had llibl N w winds la 1st- & N and liu W
tbrnc to M)it rlrady N. II- trades.
Francisco, Arrltsd Fb22,SS Australia, Carrlll.
i Feb IS; Haw bk Kalskaua, Jeks, benctt Fsb2;
kins Discovery, Prnhallow, keuc Feb 2; Am sch
Kossrlo, Douglass, 21 dajs from Ksbulul; VtU 21, Aui
mrt III j, I S.t.rv.L ) fittikltik I,m. Ll. fc lf.a .
bk II W Almy, Freeman, bene Feb 11; Aui bkt us klla.
Turner, Feb II.
, I'ort (Isrubloi -Arrllf4FcbS!,.m bV Camjen, Har
dies, bene Feb 2.
1'ottTuwiiatodl-ArilVfxl Febil, Am bk l.llllo Mar.
aball, lUrumsn, bene Feb 2, ami Am brim obsst
Aucbir, Ku.ile, hencu Feb ft.
Victoria. V Ii-Airled rebl, Ilr bk Unit livdalc,
Hossop, bene Feb It. '
Psnsinat-Arrived. Feb. sJth-Am. wb. bilk Patllc,
Knawlcs, bcucs, Ncv. 1.
From I'ort lllakley, per Mirths Ithtmut. Marrh Tth -:TII
270 feel Inmlwr ll.vi pirVels. si".il shingles, to
Allen A llnblnsim
From Canton, per Srptlma. March T-sWI packages
Chinese provisions to llanj l.nn Kee A Co.
From San Franclsro. per Hesperian. March Pth -H
Mossman. W pks la"snare, (I W Marfarlane A t o .
fles whlskrv. ifpk bnegles snd fludlnis Tea fnriil
tnre, s bhls Iwer, 2lpkrs powder, tsl l. pipe, I'D bales
hay.ipkirs rope?, I ensiliie, M Mr Inerny, 5e hats and
shlrf. Ilrown ACo. Mrs whisky; p. (. Itsll A Son.
V pkgs paints sndiillv 71 pks groeerlrs and leed, to
pkt-nardwars-; Allen A Holilnson, tl pkfs paint, MiS
irs Inmbrr, Ifsn pnsisi Lewers ft Cnnkr, -'"J"" shin
sirs llngit": Dlllingbani A Co., M pk(? wire; Hd.
llorT-r liliegrr A ( n . IV pkg dry gil. a pkas rnblx r
gils: K P Adams, Ml pkis furnllure, S. Mngnln. 2
cs hats; I' II llishop, 2cs fiirnlliirei Interior Deput
nienl, 2bvs eutliigs, A W. Hush, I Ml 't sks flour. I c
salt beef.. I H l.finon.l bi lamps; Whllnev A Knlnrt
son. '.I pkea stationery; llnllisler .( Co . Ill iikga bottles,
I Iron safe, Phillips A Co , It'l pkgs clothing, ele i .1
Weir, f'l lules hay; Lnvejoy A Co , files brwr; Hark
frlil X Co., firi pkgs hardvrarni J. Hii'sel, I trunk; F A.
Sehaefer .t Co., I c Corks and bodies; J. Noll A Co., I
pk gl.1warc: Castle A Cook, I'J cs glassware, bird,
ware, 13 pkgs paper; T. II. Davles, 12 pkgs plows. Or
hanlxare: It. nicrllng. Ml pes sewer pipe; II. May A
Co , Ml pkgs groceries and feed; C t). Ilereer. I" pkgs
lamp posts and es-ollnej Wilder ACo., I(i,'."i shingles,
14 pkgs lead, II II Whitney, to pkgs furnllure. k
bales hay, 2 sks feed; .1. T. Walrrhonse, M bales hay.
1 e mdse, I.Tl sks bran; Order. 2 coops turkeys, 1MI bales
h.ty and IVJ pkgs lo various ( bluest-Htm.
From San Francisco, per Lady Lamp'on, March 5th
llrnlon A Co., lilt srTslutlej, 27 cs varnish; llrlrjbaum
C Co., lulsks fliiur. Hpkg crarkers, I grindslones, I
pkgs dry goods, 2 cks wlr.e. Order, sks grain, IIII
pkgs groceries; Hackfeld A Co . !1 pkgs ralnionj -M.
Thompson, I e (ffrcls, K. O Hall A Snn,7cs lianl
wari'; Mrs Cnddy. 5 pkgs eirecls; lljman Ilms., B7pkg
groceries, 5c bats aud clnevs, 1 safe. 3 cs cigars, Si
iikgs dry goods; A W IVIrer A Co., 1711 sks feed, vi
bales Lay, 3 pkgs mdse; L. S Sresovlch. 2 sks nuts,
rsMlinrd giHMls, I c dates, au ksnals, rsl sks bran, 2
pkgs inde; Her T House t c Pictures! P. II, Jones, 1
sofai Mis llawley, I e. oil, n . llnwer A Co., Jislsks
harley, Wlcs bread. IIW sks bone meal, 3:l sks flour, I
r mouldings unu sks ground birley, 315 hales buy, an
pkes groceries, 25 bids pork. 3 tin fowls, II pigs, ill
li bis beef, 1 lank gasntlue, I (nil trees, IUI sks nits. 17D
sks sail, list sks bran, lot bids lime, 3n.tl bricks, 3
pkgs nulse, and W5 pkgs mdso to Chinese Anns.
For crule, per Progress, .March 7lh. I box of lances,
Foreign valua $il
1'or Sin Francisco, per lleta. March 10 SI2it lbs awa
t.n hides, 'U sheep skill", I'Misj lbs rlco, I.SILUVI lbs
sugir. Horn. Value, 'M'i3.2l.
Prom San Francisco, per Lrnly Lampson, March Olb
II. M. Moori, John Young, tl. jlagulrc.
For San Irnnclsco, per Hela, Match 10 J Kacn, .Ino
Ilagan, It D Hanson, Win. llur-f
From San Francisco, per Mee Poo, March II One
American and 10 Chinese In saloon, mid 1S2 Chluesu In
At Wullnku, Mai.1, on February 23th, to tho wife of
Her C H. ()rocr n son.
In Honolulu, March 2nd, to the wife of Win. J. Peters
In this city. March Mh, to the wlfo of A. Joeccr, n
J0itANSRN-KHi:KSDATi:it-At Pain. Maui. Feb.
271b, le-il. by the Itev. .1. M. Alexander, Anil.uuM
Iniit.HSEVIo I.va KntKsinTKn, both Norwegians re
siding at Pain.
!fKfltn llila rllv rfl.., 1.f I.. II..
A O. Forbes. J. H. Hiiuns. Ir.. to Miss Awip. l'.itntvM
of Sin Francisco
THE SATURDAY PRESS
Published for the Satuiiimt Pni"i Association by
Hook, Job nnd (5 eneral Printer,
Honolnlu, II. I.
The SATrnDAV Piiess cannot undertake to relnrn
cnmriiunlrations, accepted or rejtcted, nnd we have to
reiiuest correspondents to append their true names and
addresses, not necessarily for publication. If so de
sired, but as .1 gnaranteo of the good faith of the writer.
hii. Satujwat Piikms.
Wi: aro sorry to Ii.tvo to call attention to tho
increasing frequency, nnd increasing violenco
or crimes, not only directed against property,
but life. Tlio annals of tho just wcok records
an assault by a Chinaman on bis cmjilnyor
with what might well bo termed a deadly
weajion, to wit, a hoe ; nnd a most horriblu
nnd fatal attack by ono Chinaman on another,
whilo a friend of tho murderer jircvcntcd a
friend of tho victim from rendering any assist
ance In tio latter case tho murderer is still
nt large, though tho polico aro following tip
every cluo which may lead to his apprehension.
Thcso two cases occurred on t litis island; rob
bory with violenco and burglary aro rejmrted
from Maui, nnd it is ho)cd that the criminals
may bo caught. Jlut thcso nccurronrcs sug
gest Iho question, aro our jiolico as efficient ns
Ibeyiuigbt bo. Would it not bo worth whilo
to bring in some trained, experienced constables
from the United States or from I.uropo, iu
whoso hands tho arroBt of such criminals ns
these might lio pl.ieed with a better jirosiect
of success than that iiflbrded by our preHcnt
force? A fow such men would speedily make
themselves acijuainted with tbo habits and
haunts of tho criminal population, and aided
by the native constabulary would constitute a.
tiiuro formidable barrier than nny wo have
now. Tho suggestion of the Gnztlle, that wo
bo provided with a "mounted jiolico" is a good
ono. At all events,, the subject is ono which
requires, indeed, demands earnest nnd im
mediate attention on tho part of our authorities.
Wk must call attention to tho translations
wo publish elscwcro from last Wednesday's
(native) Jlcpicsi. Tho contents of thcso jia
jiers may bo dividtd under two heads first,
of cottrso, tho Rolf-ltutdntloii of Mr. Oibson,
secondly tho vehement nbuao of a certain diy
sicinn. Tho former disinterested gentleman
can, and docs, loudly sjicak for himself; the
latter is too much occupied with his jiublio
duties to which ho has given till his time, toil,
troublo find private interests, only to bo viru
lently attacked in Jho nativo language in n
way which the writer daro not put into Eng
lish. Is this fair or honorable? It nppcars
that a dilTorcnco of opinion exists between
tho writer ond tho physician ns to tho ad
visability or nthorwiso of tbo employment of n
curtain jioruomigo as a nurso tit tho small. pox
hospital. This is of course a vory lcgitim-ito
innttor for debate, but not for such n torrent of
nbuso, Tlio writer holds up to native admi
ration his red-hot, inonoy-Bacrificing patriot
ism Hawaiian this timo j it was something
olso on tho tlh o( July last, and will bo ngain
probably when that anuivoisary comes round
this your but why should ho slander an utile,
hard-working publlo official, against whom
even tho niallco of this Repress writer can
nllego no fault of omission or commission, but
that ho judged it hotter to decline the services
of some ono whom tho writor wishes to soo
tnken Into ttiu employment of tho Hoard of
Health. Wo fancy wo sco professional jeal
ousy, jiorhaps international odium, ns tho
motives which liavo started tho " Woll
belovcd," tho " Disinterested," on this unjust
Wk remarked last week on tho droamy,
hapjiy.go-luck'y, satisfied air with which our
jilantcrs and merchants look upon tho action
of the Hoxijirocily Treaty without taking into
consideration the limited' jicriod during which
the original treaty will Ikj iu force, or tho
obstacles which may stand iu tho way of its
renewal. There is still a party in tho United
Stales niosed to this treaty, nnd thulr argu
ments are principally based on thcso thrco
misconception or misrepresentations: 1'irst,
they say that all tho benefits of its operation
aro reaped by tho daiacrs and merchants in
these Islands, while the Unijed States only
sulTer loss of reveimo ; hccoudly, if forced to
admit that some portions of tho oil vantages
aro shared by tho United States, then thoy say
that these only benefit the States und Terri
tories of tho "licifio 8loe;" and when
driven from this ground, they arguo that at all
events it it introducing unnecessarily a foreign
cometitor who my jiwislbly Injure the sugar
producing Stales lu iho South, To this vnd
wu see tho old story rejiroduceJ, to the effect
t tin t foreign ntigar nrc linmglit lioro nml ro
pxiorlcil iimlcr tlin treaty ns llnwniian pro
tlilce. Wo Ii3il tlintiilit tli.tt tlitn nlisnnlity
wn8 utterly illscrcilllcd, illsproveil, ilcml ant!
linricil lonjj :i(;o, Imt It noonis to bo now
revived. It would lio more wnMo of t into to
cmlcnvor to point out to our cntninorcinl com
inuuity tlio nolf-oviilont fidl.iuy of itiicli n
clmrpe. To import aiifpr from Fiji, (juceiin.
Inntl or tlio Mauritius, nnd ro-r.xport L nn
1 In wait ui prodnre, in n tncrcnntilc, if not n
pliynical, iuipoAailiility. T.ct nny ono look nt
tlio routes nml ilislunccs biicIi eiitgnr would
liavo to travel, nnd tliuti nsy how it cnilld lio
lirunglit lioro without "cntiiiR itn licad nff"
on tho wny. A aniline "hip direct frnni either
of tho colonics, would have to carry n full cutro
or Into liy tlio vtmttiii', nnd could not liopo In
Kct nny rolurii carRO without k0'11)? to tho
Coast for it. indeed, it would rcqtliro Iho
connivanco and nsit:inco of tho wholo tner
cantllo coinmunity here and tho wholo ntnlTof
tho Cuatoui House, nnd tho collusion of every
American official here, heforo such a fraud
could ho accomplished. Tho fact in that Iho
liticl is bo groas mi ono ns not to dencrvo mi
Ab to who reap tho lioncfils of tho treaty,
tho truth in Ihut tho Hawaiian Kiugdoin and
tho United Stolen, Western nnd KaRtern, ulil.'o
deriyo direct nilvantnKo. Tho lumber mer
chants of Orepon nnd Washington Territory',
tho ship-builders and engiiieerinB llrnis of San
I'rancisco, tho shippers of ngricnllilrul Imple
ments anil general caigncs from Now Yoik or
ll.islon, tho iron steamship buildeis of 1'liilu-
i dolphia, liavo all gained by tho action of tho
treaty. Our Ciiitom Iiiiuso nt n tint Sen show
thai in 1870, tho year in which tho lieaty
went into effect, tho total receipts at tho
Custom Hoiioo wcro SlO'J.O.lO; in 1877, tlio
first full year of its operation, thoy woio
S'J.10,100 ; and thcuco onward thoy continued
10 increase, as shown by tho table appended
and for which wo at o indebted lo Col. Allen.
Wo now quolo tho imports of Am'riam pro
duce only in four successive yours: 1877
l'rcc, Si, 100,(112 f,2; dutiable, 8580,700 37;
bonded, 581,102 (13; total, Sl,002,603 82.
1878-Kroc, Sl,010,987 01; dutiable, S.'MG,
110 30; bonded, Sill, 11)8 70; total, $2,010,-
011 70. 18711-Kree, Sl,620,355 33; dutiable,
8300,500 08; bonded, 878,172 02; total,
82,20!. 117 13. 1890-Kroe. SJ.020.B37 00 :
dutiable, $103,873 22; bonded, 8137,857 80;
total, 82,028,293 02. Now, thora uiitHt always
bo nt least two parties to a mercantile transac
tion, nnditbe increase of business nt ono end
of tho lino necessarily implies a corresponding
incrcaso at the other ond. Thus wo maintain
that tho working of tho treaty has benefitted
all parties alike; and wo would remind our
readers that tho rcnowal or suspension will
como under discussion nt Washington during
tho tcniiro of office of tho rccontly-olectcd
President and his Cabinet, and it behoves our
merchants and community iu gonoral to pre
paro to fight the battle of reciprocity, lliat
when tho timo foi the debato comes on, thoy
may bo found well prepared and well repre
sented in tho councils of the United States.
A vi:n important question was opened at a
mooting hold at tho Financo Offico on Tuesday
nt 1 1 a. m. Among those present were tlio
Ministers, stoamship owners and prominent
shipwrights of tho city, nnd heads of largo
mercantile houses intorestcil in tho transjiort
of goods, -cither foreign or intor-islaud. Mr.
Grand. ill attended with plans and sections of
tho proposed marine railway which lio has
jirepared. From tho conversation which en
sued wo gather, first, that it is tho unanimous
opinion of all concerned that some sort of
dock or slip isancossily for this port; secondly
that neither floating dock or graving dock is
practicable, or al all events suitable, ns tho
former must occujiy tho host of tho deep
water portion of tho harbor, nnd -the latter
would bo extravagantly ex)ensive in original
outlay and in working when called on. Thus
f.ir tho question resolved itsolf into marine
railway or nothing.
Mr. Wildor instanced tho LHcl'ik, which iu
case of accident could not bo hove down hero,
but might have to bo scut to Sau Francisco nt
enormous direct cost to" her owuets, to say
nothing of tho loss of two months' earnings,
and two months' loss of transit coincidences to
tho public and business facilities. The Lc'atu
needs repairs which by tho murine railway
might bo elVeotcd iu ono day and for a modorale
outlay, whereas by tho only alternative, heav
ing down, from fourteen to fifteen times tho ex
penditure of both money and time would have
to bo incurred.
Mr. Foster was of opinion that somo such
convenient moans of rojuir was imperatively
necessary, and pointed out that our coasting
lleet would use tho railway, nut only for rc
jiairs'icsttlting from accident, such as giutiud
ing or othor risks of navigation, but that
overy coaster would inako uso of such a, con
venience, at loast onco, piob.ib'ly twico a year,
for tho purpose of examining nnd cleaning tho
vessels bolow their wntor-lino. With regard
lo tho largo ocean ntcainship, Mr. Orandull
pointed out that ovou whou tho wholo ship
could not be tqkcu on tho plip, still if her mil
der, or Bcrow or storn post were injured the
stern might bo hovo np far enough to admit of
ropairs whilo tho bulk of the tonnage of
the ship ion still ojhat; similarly, if tbo
bow wore injured, enough oi hor length could
bo probably drawn upon tho slip to admit of
rojiairs, ovon if only5 for temjiornry jiurposo3
nnd enable her to reach her next port of desti
nation whore superior facilities aro to bo
found. Tho Honorable II. A. l Carter, Mr.
0. Pflugor and O. Maofurlano oaoh remarked,
that when traveling abroad, either in discussing
with strangers tho capabilities of tho port of
Honolulu or distinctly engaged in endeavors
to charter vossol.s for this jiott, or seeking In
surers, amongst othor questiones, this was
euro to bo put: ' Whit facilities liavo you for
rojiairs and refit ; what for a woodou ship,
what for an iron shii? " aud on the answers
tn thcso questions depend largely tho rates of
charter or insurance demanded, nnd conse
quently tho cheapness or costliness nf tho con
veyance of our imports und nxjiorts, or in
other words, Iho Riuoo'hncs which may for
ward, or the friction which may impede our
business. It is obvious that oven apparently
small advances on the rates of freight ond in
surance may in the nggrcgato jirove very sori
outly detrimental tn our commercial facilities.
In' this way it ojijioars thnt the advisability,
r.ay the necessity, of jiroviding uccoiumoda
tion fur the repairs of shipping, counting and
foreign nliko, was nddinltted on nil hands..
Next the priulicnbllilt of Mr. Crnndall's jdans
was examined und conceded. Mr. Crandall
states that ho has constructed no less (ban
Uenjy-threo mil ino railways similar to that
prujioscd fur this jwrt, aud that of these, one
lias been successfully nt work for tienly
six,ycars without any other repairs than those
necessitated by fair wear and tear. It seems
to us then that Iho only question loft open for
debato is tho financial outlook. Tho estimate
of 565,000 may be, (irobsbly will bo insuffi
cient; still thero is R margin of tf 15,000 -to fall
back upon lieforo the whole, vote of the late
Legislature is absorbed, lu all undertakings
of this kiud difficulties occur, unforeseen cou-
tingencios arise, nnd in despito of Iho most
careful call illations nnd tho most liberal
margins allowed, expenses may bo necessitated
which tho most e.xicrienccd "engineer or tho
most cautions fui'incicr could not have foro
soen. It tiny be, probably will bo remarked
that nil th'i nrgmnouts brought forivnrd on
Tuesday jurlako of tbo naluro of ex parte
statements. Wo aro norry that no nllemativo
Rchcmo is under discussion, but pending the
absence of riicIi alternative, wo can only say
that tho ilan propounded by Mr. Cninihifl
npjicars to bu certainly practicable, and if
practicable then advisable., nnd if carried out,
surely n mechanical, jiossibly n financial sno
ccss, At all events, let us liavo Iho mat
ter thoroughly argued nut, and wo invito
ovcry ono interested, that is, tho whole- com
munity to como forward and jiut thoir opinion
for and against, within reach of nil readers of
tho public jircnri.
TOPICS OFTHE DAY.
Wn obscrvo that in tho last issue of Iho
Hrific(rii JCxprfis, on tho Oth instant, tbo
half shoot iu tho Kngllsh Innguagn is finally
dropped, nml like tho enlightenment series, is
to he discontinued,
Titi: last regular Btonuior from San I'rancisco
to Australia, Iho Cilij " Siilnei, carried ono
hundred nnd twenty Inns of mail matter. From
Sun Francisco nlouu 17,000 letters and 00,000
iapers wcro mailed for Australia.
1'p.hsonh desiring copies of our annual
tmdo rovlow number (February 20tJi) for
mailing nhrnnd can bo served on application
to tho Business Agent. This is acknowledged
to b6 tho most careful reviuw of tho trado
of those Islands thnt has appeared for n num
ber of curs, and n thoiougli exponent of tlio
benefits of tlio ticnly to nil parties,
I.V establishing a storo on tho co-oiorntivo
sstoni, ninny things should bo carefully con
sidered, and first of nil tho question, Will it
pay ? Inn jdaco where thcto is n good ojicn
ing for hiicIui venture, It is mi excellent thing.
Ilutinstitiltions of this class that nro success
ful in one town, hnvu hut u vory short lilo in
others. Thoro aro in Honolulu ten firms doing
business ns whnlcsulo imjiorters and jobbers,
and four olhr firms are tegular nnd fivo are
occasional importers, lioro nro nineteen firms
engaged in importing, besides a number of
Chincso houses not mentioned. Where thero
aro so many in ono business tlioio must bo
competition, and whore thoie is so much com
petilion it is but lensonable to Rtipjioso that
goods nro offered at tho lowest possible rate.
Thcso firms aro dealers in tho samo goods that
the proposed co-operative stoto would deal in.
Could a now institution of this k'ind, worked
by an association of men who, ns a rule, have
had no cxporicuco in this particular line, but
more directly managed by a cominittco of tho
association, hold their own in u field already
fully occupieil, in competition with firms hav
ing "ipialJ ex)oiienco and a name!' It 10
quues experience to make such a venture
successful, and tbo question should receive
duo consideration from its jirojectois before
thoy einbatk upon it. If it bo found that thero
is jilaco for such an institution hero, nnd that
theio is a fair chanco of its boing successful,
it would most likely bo a bonelil to those" who
engage iu it; but it is host to look sharply
before making a long leap.
(Translation from tbe Impress of March Oth.)
In this timo of sicknesj and sulToring tho proper
thing to do is to offer all tho holp that is available,
but we tiro sorry to say lliat a whito woman famous
for her skill in nursine small-pox p-itietits. who
aHkcil permission from tho physician of thn Iloanl
of Health to go over to Knluikanul urn nml take
caro of tho sick in tho hospital, wns refused by
that physician. It was said sho should not go
thero to see Hioro people, because tlio Hnwniiaiis
nro nlilo to care for themselves. It is trim thoy can
help themselves, but is it tho kind of help thoy
need in lliis disease ? No Kanaka knows whnt to
do in this disease. It looks ns if this iihysician
didn't caro much for Ilawniinus ; and lio knows
not Mm ineaiiiii: ot- loisi j it is right that-ho should
ho called upon to rainier nn nccouut of himself for
theso things that hu is doing. It is not by nny
means right that n man liko this should bo i.p
pointed to caro for tbo health of tho nation, nnd
thine who limo roal lovo turned aside. These
things are for our instruction and we must oien
Love is the Great Thing.
From tho Experts of March 8th.
Mr. Gibson is tho owner of this nowsnipor ; lio
published a pipur iu 187:1 called tho Xiiwii lluicati,
and ho lost much by it. Ho did not caro how over
about that loss, beoauso ho published that paper
iu order toomiose tlioseiitiiuentHuf thoso wtm h.nl
Ino lovo, who w i ro desirous of belling u small por
tion of theso isl mils. Thoro wore curtain Cabinets
also thnt desired to sell n portion of Hawaii nei ;
but on account of his strength mid skill in tho
contest tlicy were not nblo to contend with Air.
Gibson. On neeounl of the 'iravery, tlio skill and
the patience of Mr. Gibson thoso who contended
with him were vanquished nnd foresook their po
sition. On account of .Mr. Gibson's making these
things publio tho Ministers wrototo America, stat
ing on bchulf of tho Government thnt tho Hawaii
an people would, never consent to tho nmioxntioii
of a small part of their country to America.
Theso tlunus aro all knoun. nml now in tln'a vnnr
1881, Mr. Gibson risen with tho same flrincourago-
iiui luoK, unu imoiisnrs n iiowsiMitcr, n mouth
piece, ii caution, called tho Wuhientay Vxpre.
His expenses nnd his losses by means of this v.
iwr iiro great, hilt ho cares not for his expenses
because his lovo for tlnrHnwniiaii jveoplo is much
greater than eau bo estimated in money The
great thing with him is to increase tlio life and
the prosjKjrity of the Hawaiian teople, Tlio work
of this piper is to contend mm to tight for tho
life of tlio Hawaiian. This jiajHir desires to cn
couravo thoso who conduct the Government to
ciruiuoru for tlio life of tlio nation th in for tin
be), wealth or plo isuro, nnd to causii tho planta
tions nnd oilier sources of wealth to bu ns nothing
by the side of this thing, viz, tho Hfoof tho nation.
Wo wish to call attention to tho carefully tabu
lated barometrical readings, kindly forwarded by
Professor Alntnudor for tlio two mouths of Jiuiuary
and February. This valuable papor ought to hnvo
nppoared in onr last isiuo, but was unavoidably
left out by press of matter nt the Inst moment. It
will bo found of interest, csocinlly to tlumo desir
ing to romp iro tho fluctuations hero with thoso on
tho continent, llaromcter 31 feet above hou-level ;
10 u. m.
Mouday, tint.. ...,,.30,
Widuesduy, Mh. ,..:,
Thursday, titli.,,.. !.
Prbl iy, Jib ,,2i.
hmuribiy. Will !M,
Monday, let 1 '."I,
Tuesday. Illh... ..,'.
Thursday, Pith :,
Prldtiy, lull...... ,.il,
Hitunluy, 13th.,!.,, no,
Tuesday, 1Mb So,
Thursday, ."nil :,
Krldiy. -I.t no,
riatlmluy, .--nd SI,
Tuesday. 211 li iru,
Wednesday, xtflb.., '-"J,
Thursday. V.T I li . , . , . L"J .
Hsturday, nuih '.'J,
Monday, ,11st.,,.,,. 'JO,
Tuesday. 1st ,
Thursday. .Ird ,
Friday, 1th ,
Prlday, (lib ,.
Tuesday, I Dili
I Saturday, I'Jtli. ,,,
Monday, .1st. ,,,,
. Tuesday, '..'ud.,.,.
i Wednesday, I5lrd.,
COMSC'CAOO IX UIS KaTAIHIS I'HIIXIH I
UK Mtjico, us Honolulu.
A lot Cludsdiiiosdala Hrpulillca rjlcanai l.os rnio
pcrteuescaira ti.ta Hepubllca, sou atlsadns por medio
do Csiu t'nnsuladii, dorrjlstrur sus iiombrss lo mas
pronto poslWe, i flu Ju coilsegulr la dsblda protection
del (iobltrno, para ma In Uresis Ut ripresruUn tn it
la cludad y las denus IsUs dv Hawaii.
, It. W. I.iim, CAhst'L n lie j ico.
OUclna, Calls d'Purt,Nu. 31. Honolulu, II. ltbl'.7Jru,
From the Bytntv Hall Ttlegeaph, ium sn,s8Hii.l '
Tbo AVsllhini Watch Company bays been awsrded the
only gold inidjl tlveu for Hatches at Iho Mjdney I bier.
iistlousl Kxhlbltioo, and art Ibo only exhlbllors In any
class from lbs Uullwl bUUs who bays rccrlvnl Ibis
t UolVAse.nl for lbs llawallaa Islands
Tntbs t-usarMtnufstluiti ot ibe Hawaiian Islands.
1'. TULbV would respectfully offer his' services aa a
rju.'sr ttolttr, having bul tsnly years ttperlenc la
that capacity In other countries, acd tbrr n lbs, lit
feels cuupijunt to fill tbe po.lilou In any Jrollln:
House In tbla Klujrduin. Ilisal refersures Liven If
nnulred. AUUKKSS 110 X UI.
im Vl 3u Tost Oaicu Uouolul'i
A Choplcr on I.tTo Iiistirnnro A Snrrn
Probsbly nothing show lb" progress of Ibe world In
soclsl science during the list century morn conclusively
llisn does the fnll development of the ptlnclples snd
nrncllcn of lite Insurance. Ilefore the rejnilsr mortality
nt dlflVrent sees limt been rirenrntely nsecrlnlnril, slid In
connection nllh Interest tables, insiln life Insurance,
almost one, of the exact sciences, the crude attempts In
thnt direction were speculative gambles, rr what was
hardly beller, n eonlrlbullon li scheme where Jho
most generous nnd bsjevnlent were Iho losers nnd the,
sordid and selfish the gainers ( thosu who paid longest
belli? those who suffered at the Inerltable collapse It
Is ImpiKslbls lu oter cellmate Ihit good done by life In
surance during the last rriilnry. Tim hundreds noon
hundreds of millions disbursed hnvn snred cotinlless
families from separation -widows from elamtlon and
orphans from lives of il-'llliillnu and crime and been a
Is'tlni? honor to the dead, who showed their earn for
their loved ones by the frugality nnd self denial that
left lis rich legacy, (If them It ran be said, "Their
norks live aflerthem."
Prominent among the Institutions of Sacramento,
and one that has a most excellent reputation for re
sponsibility and conservative mitiagemciil, not only at
home, but In all tho Purine Stales and Territories, Is
"The Pnclflc Mutual I,lfc Insurance Company nf (.'all-,
fornli." It was organised In ISTT. -t thai limn tho
Pacllle Coast was flooded with life Insurance agencies,
representing almost every cmiipniy In Amrilcn, most
ol Ihem strong and trustworthy, Imt some of them
speculative and ephemiral, ns proved by subsequent
events Por many years Cnllfornla lias been shunned
li) life companies. It was thought In early dnjs that
the peculiar conditions of life on this const were unfa
vorable tn longevity: that Iho privations nnd exposure,
the fever of speculation, the fluctuations of fnrtiine.the
absence of home, the scarcity of the elevntlng element
rif woman, nil combined lis make the tenure of It fu more
precarious thai, elscnhrre In America. It la only about
ilfleen years since Hie managers of Kaslern companies
realised Hint circumstances had changed, and thnt Cal
ifornia was llienaliiral bonie of henllb and a Most in
filing field for life Insurance, liutwhen liter did, they
came ns a tidal wnie. It was the golden age fir solicit
ors, for to ask a man tn Insure was to receive bis appli
cation. II Is estimated lliat for several jears Iho sum
ol nearly If not nultc two millions nf dollars were utitin
nlly wllhilrnttn through agencies from Ibis roast, to bo
Imested and controlled III the llnstern Htales. It wns
at this time that somo of tho business men nf Hai
rameno saw that this drtiln from the Htato should nml
Could bo prevented; that lu II. Is Ht.ile, whern epidemics
nrc unknown nnd wbero capital could bo Invested as
safely and more profitably than III any oilier Htnln in
the union, was nn otieulug for a sounil. conservative,
pruilent'r managed Hie Insiirancu association.
With Ihem to think wns timet, nnd thu Purine .Mutual
entered upon lis career nf usefulness.
Prominent among Its founders wern (ho energetic
and far-seeing men who Inaugurated, mid, In spile of
Indifference and opposition, successfully completed Iho
traiis-coulliieiitnl railway. Tim Pacllle Mutual lias gone
quietly on Its way, nttncklng no oilier companies nnd
liidlll rent lo assaults, keeping Us obligations nml pay
ing Its losses. It has paid nearly one million of dollars
tn death osc. and another million lo policy holders In
endowments, dividends, etc.. In ninny instances these
payments repscseutlng ludlvliliiul nrriimiilatlnus Hint
otherwise never would Iiiiio existed, Woveturo to say
that lu thn not distant future, the Pacific .Mutual will bo
as Inllmalely assoclnted with Die city of Hnerameutotis
nre the llio and llfelnsurnucecomiiinles of Connecticut
with Iho pleasant clly of Hiirtforil, nml wo em nssnrn
our renders Unit theeompnuy lo controlled by the muel
reliable business men nf the .Stale, nnd Its nlf.ilrn con
ducted with economy nblllly and Integrity. -Sac. lite.
OrricK ir Insi'iianck Uommisionkii,
Han Piiamiscii. Dec. 1", 1MM. f
Win. O. (loiil'l. Htq., Necrrtaru N. '. Department
VaeHc Mutual Life Inmirane Company -Dkaii Siiii In
itnswor toyour favorof this date, fntrodiieliig Mr. Pur
gle, Agent on behalf of thn Pacllle. Mutual F.lfe Insur
ance Company, of California, who Is about vllling the.
Sandwich Islands lu tlio Interest of the Company, ask
ing lite condition of the Compnny, I have to siy that at
tho last olllctal examlunilon mailn by me lu .Man h Inst
It was iu a sound and solvent condition, with valid as
sets amot'iitlug to St, 177,700 8. nnd n surplus ns to
policy holders of S'lli.fiNi hi
I will ndd Dial, being pleased with Its condition and
business ninuagemiiit I have taken out a policy of In
surance on my own life In said Company.
.1. U. MAY.VAItn.
25 lm Insurance! Commls'lnncr.
J. M. OAT & SON, SAILMAKERS,
Makec's Plre-Proof block,
llnuolulii, II. I.
5S I'lags of all descriptions made nnd repaired,.
With rossi-.ssio.v Afitir, is.
very deslrnlile resldem o No. Ill",
Avenue, ronltilnlng s-lcbt rooms, kllclieu. nantrv. bilb
roiiiu, servants' room, coach house, stable nnd fun I
bouse. Apply In .1. II. WOOD, or
M tf J. K. WISiniAX, 27 Merchant St.
DiSSTON & SONS'
CELEBRATED CANE KNIVES
A NEW LOT
just j:i:i;i:iv:ji iiy
B" 8 t E. O. HALL 8s SON.
AT A. M. MELLIS',
Ex Stiur. Moo Ton from Sun Frntt oisoo.
iSJ 1'hU piirtlcnl.tra cxt I en no. U
HEW ZEALAND" OATS!
I'litv iik.-.s or Tiir.si: :i:i.mut.vrt:i)
Oats, ex "Australia." Also,
New Hay, Oats, Bran,
Wholo nnd (iroiintl Uurloy,
Wheat, Wholo nnd Cracked Corn,
Miilillingrt, Oil Cako Meal, Mixed Feed
For Sale Cheap For Cash.
IB lm I.A1SK A CO.
SCHOOL OF COOKERY RESTAURAN1,
Rich arils Stroot,
lictwccn Merchant nnd (ueen Streets.
Ilniiiil 81 icr Meek. t!l Mini Tickets St.
No ovi:n motviui. xo iirsu. a
llinltid number of boarders only. Htrlrt ntlen
tlon to their comfort n specialty. NO Ui:i,KSTIAI,S
lIMl'I.OYl.l). Quality, ckaiilliiess, and economy en
nblo inn lo set tho best tublo In Honolulu. Call and
judfo for vourselws. For lllll of 1'nrn seo (Iakettk.
3.f llm Al.riini) II. HOUHIl'lON. I'roprlelor.
1v Tiitrmioi' a witir or i:.h'i:tio
MM Issued out of tbo Police Court of Honolulu on Iho
Mil day of March, A. II. INil, lu favor of HIrkIiis A Jas
sett for thu sum of S7H.70, ni'iilust bam, Kauiiaunn, I
have levlid upon, and shall exposo for rale nt tbo Kin
t Ion House, In Honolulu, at li! o'clock noun, on Satur
day thn Dili day of April, A. I). !til, Olio esprrs
wagon, unless said jiiilueuicitt entered ami fott bo
previously satisllid. W. C. I'AltUK.
M 41 Marshal.
wiii. aiiovi: itKHAitis wii.i. it r: iah
tonny person orpersous who villi clvosucb Infor
matlon as will lead lu tho arrest and conviction nf
I.KONO I.L'.Nd. Hbolnnictcd tbe vioiindsou HA I.KK,
n (.'lilnu ninn, In t'nuoa Valley on Hiiuday, Ibulilb Instant,
And thn mine amount will hu puld for tho arrest of thu
Chllinmuii, whoso immo Is unklionn, uhn assisted
I.eiiui I.uiikIii infllctlni said iwutuds on said Ila I.eo,
The nliovo amount will lie paid for tho arrest of cither
Ha Id I,i:0N(l I. UNCI Is about M years ot (;., short
nnd stout In build, has u largo prominent nose, fair
coilipleilou. rather Unlit. W, C, l'AIIKK,
HII ;t lm Marshal.
13AINTS A'I) ()1T.S.-ATIjANTJC
X Lead, lliibbuck's bend, lluhbiick'a Zinc,
Verillcrls, Illuck l'aliit, Cliroinu tlrcen,
Cbroimi bellow. Paris (irieu, and u
Full asiiittmeiit of l'uncy 1'alnls.
l'nr salu by IIOI.I.RH .t Co.
OIU'IH hlKtSKKl) Dili IX UltLS.
nml 5 callon cans. Ilan' I'-ilnl Oil. thu punt linseed,
ror sate oy nui,i.i.n & lo,
T UHHIOATIXO OIIS.
j Castor Oil lu K and ft gallon cans: bard OH, In
barrels und cans, l'or sail) by noI.l.KM A Co.
PACIFIC HUIlilKlt l'AINT,
X. A full assortment of this celubratrd paint lu !,
1 aud 5 nalloii packages, all thn desirable shades and
colors. For sale, by IIOI.l.KS .1: Co.
OATS, llAUIsJOV. IJUAX, COItX,
Wheat and Hsy, per "1). O. Murray" and "W, .
Dimond." For sale by IIObLCU X Co.
A fluo lot per " City of Sydney." For salo by
IIOl.l.l'.H X La,
GoniJMItIA UlVlJIt KAJ.MOX, IX
barrels and half barrels, l'or salu by
IIOU.l.H ii Co.
V A lirceasorlinciitof Frulla, Mrsl, I'lsh,
Iibsleis, Clams, Oy.ters, tibrluip.. Ar..
Just tect'lvid, and for ralv by llol.l.KH A Co.
Bu'rrKK Axi) ciiKi-siT,
Itccclvcd by the Clly of Sydney.1' For sale by
IIOI.I.F.H A Co.
Cottages ToiLet, "
IN N U V A N U A V J-. X U K ,
I Apply In CsTIm) J. T. WATKIIIIOUHK.
ACtlTl'AOKcOF FIVB iiooms.
Kiiquire oil tbo premises, comer of l.uiiallln and
I'HWol stiesls. -.7 if
COURT LUNALIXO, No. 8SOO.
rpjIKHK AVILIi 1B NO -MKirriNGS
X of Dip above Court until further notice.
...... llyorder of ibeU.lt.
Honolulu. Match I. IK)1. 7J lm
O. P. WARD,
ICf MEIMIIIAXT AMI n illlKCK HTM.
til: or at Ward pif y KUnd, oXsrs for als
t'lro WooJ, Charcoal, Halt i Wklte H4,
InQuautitlts to Suit,
S Isnds.ln Probate In the K'jjly nf I.KOST I h
JHAN, of Honolulu deceased, Intestate. Ilefore Mr.
iln read""' and flllnK Hi I'r-llllmi of AM ")"
r Mono nil al reins that brim Inlean nf Honolulu
d e I inte !sln e a flonol ubl on lb- lutn dsy of February
A II K , nntl praylmr lh belief f A.lmlnlsttatlon
IMs rl.irilll.nt'lllMlAV llirlh .liy ff, March
II (Nil at t " M., be and hereby Is appolnlid for
irarlriitMM I'MIII m before Ihn said .lustier. In thn
t'onVt Kooin 'f lb"' I'-ml. ' ''VT'.'s'J'.-nnear and I " 2
anil Place an irrrwii. i"vl i."". r-;t .,,.. -,...,. i
cause. If any they have. hy sain rrii '", ' Vi
be Rranled. and that Ibis ordei be I'"-'"'"" J J
IIiirIIsIi lsiiRiiagr for Ibter successlvr weeks In the
Hsturday I'res., a newpaper In 'mobil I.
Il.ite.1 llouolulu, II. .i'"V TirAN.-'l-ldUOII.
Altesti A. Ib.sv, .Instlco of tbo Muprenic Court.
'"inily f'letk. a "l
Mri'Kls.MI'J COiniT OK TIII'3 IIA-
O al.an Islands, In 1'robale. In llij mailer oi i uo
i:slaleof.HIIINT CIIAYTIIII. lain of Honolulu, de
ceased. At Chambers, bernra. Mr .lustier .Mctiiliy.
On riadliisniid nilue the peilllon and accounts or
Charles T HIIIIiirIi mi, Administrator with the III nn
nexed nf Urn estatn of John T, Chavter, deceased,
vihereln lie asKs lo no aiiuiveii ;i.i,.n.o, . i -
himself Ith - .and asks that the samo may bo
cvnmlncd find approved, and Unit a final order limy br
mailn dlsrhartflnit him nnd bis sureties from nil furlher
,rU,Ts,oJdeVcydrthal'wi:i)S.:si)AY, 11,0 SOU, day of
March, A If. imt. nt ten o'clitk A M , before the said
Jiullci'.al Chambers, In IhoCoi'rt House, nt llonolulii.
be and tin' same hereby Is appointed as Urn time and
place for bciiilnssiilil peilllon and accounts, nnd that
all persons Interested may then and there appear and
showiause, Ifaiiv they have, why the fame should not
bo urnnted. And that this order In the I.nKllsh
lannuace. he published 111 the rialurday Press, n urns
papir printed nml published In Honolulu, fnrtlirrr ; suc
cessive weeks previous lit the timo therein appointed
for said hearlne;. ,u.
Holed at Honolulu, II.I..Mdayof Feb. A P.iWt.
Atteitt A. l!o, Justlco of tho Supremo Courrt,
lleputy. .. Lt
rtiiunriT coinrr, rouirrn .nx-
. 1 dleliil Circuit. In (Ihiimbers. In l'robate. Island
of Kauai, Hawaiian Islands, ss. In Ibe matter or thai
Kstatr of JOHI'.I'II TIlOltMI IIU'i:, deieased. Order
appolntlii'' lime for Probate of Will and d'rectlui? pub.
Ilcntlon of uotlcuof tlinsamr.
A document purpnrtlm lo l,r thr Inst lll nnd lesla
mini of ,loeph Thoriie fllce. deceiisid, having on Ihe
tr.th day nf February, A. II. WI, been present! d tn said
l'robate Court, nnd n petition for thr probato thereof,
and for tho Issuance of I.ttlers Testamentary to Ororsn
it. Hole, named as IZsccutor therein, hnvliii; been II led
by him, It Is hereby ordered that HATl'ltllAV, Iho'Juil
day of Al'lllb, A l. 1111, at III o'clock A. M, of said
day, nt the Court Hnntii of said Court, nt blliue, Knual,
be and thu rami' Is hereby appointed thn tlmo and placo
fur prnvluj-salil villi and liriirlne said application when
mid i here any person luteresled may appear and con
test tbe said villi, and thr crantlni! of letters testamen
tary. II Is further ordi red that notice thereof bo alien
by publication for Hirer successive weeks In the ''fat
urdny Press," n newspaper prlntnl and published lu
Honolulu. Audit Is further ordered that citations bo
Issued to thr subserlhlui; witnesses In snld will, ami In
thn heirs of the testator Til tbo llnuiillau Islands to ap
pear and contest the prnhalo til said will, nt Hie Hum
appointed. JACOII IIAllDV,
Circuit .Indie .fourth Judicial Circuit,
IColna, Kauai. February in. Ifl. 1 rit
CUI'HICMK CO III IT OK Till'. 1IA-
O wnllaii Islands, In Probalr. In thn matter of the
Will or Abl.XANPI.il HUTOIII.NHOM, lair of the
Illstrlct of Kau, Hawaii, del raced. At Chnmbers lieforo
Thu lloucrnhle Charles Cnflln llurils, Chief .lustier.
On rradlnpniiil flllnr Ihe petition nnd nccouiils of
John H. Walker uudJo.eiili O. Carter, l.xecutors of thr
Will or AleMindrr lliilchlnrou, lair of Ibe Illstrlct or
Kau, Hawaii, deceased, wherein the)' nk to bo allow ud
$nn:i,0l.l.in, and charge Ihrinselvrs with J'!.TJ,lll3.i:, nnd
ask that the same may hu examined mid approved, anil
that n filial nrdir may bu Hindu of distribution nf tho
property rciuiiluiui in their bniids lo Iho person", there
to riitllled, nnd dlscbarnlni.' Ii tin and their surctlie from
ill) further rtsponslblllly as sucli Hxicutors,
It Is ordered, Hint MONIIAV, IheSStli day of March,
A. I). leHI.nt ten o'clock A. M before, (lie said Justice,
nt Chambers, lu thu Court Housr. nt Honolulu, be nml
the same lureby Is appointed ns tho time nnd pure for
brnrliii; said petition and nt counts, and that nil persons
Interested may then ami there nppcar and shuw cause.
If nny they have, why the samo should not bo cranled.
And that this Order, lu tho l.ngllsh InnKU.iKc bu pub
lished lu thn Saturday Press, n nrvvaplper printed and
published In Honolulu, for lltrrn successive week pre
vious to tho tlnr therein appointed for said heurlii!;.
Piled al Honolulu, II. I,, this tVitb day or February
A. P. 1SSI.
CIIAS. C. IIAltlHS
Attest! A. TtosA, Chlcr Justlcn Huiroiur Court
Pejnity Clerk Supremo Court. JO .11
FOIt 8AM. tiii:
1 SuijarMlll.r.lxSI Inch Polls,
1 -10 feet Cnno Carrier for same, nearly new,
a .MX) pjalloii McOnlr's Clnrlllcrs, in perfect order,
S COOkiiIIoii Precipitators,
S Cleaiilni; l'aiis, Cupper Colls nnd Iron .Shells, with
Skimming Troiir-h, compicte,
1 Circular I,vaiorator, Copper Coll nnd Copper Shell,
fi feet diameter,
S Kwiporatora, Copper Colls and Iron Shellsi
8 Syrup Tanks supply to vacuum pan,
I (1 foot Vacuum Pan, set on cast Iron columns,
Pan Strikes, 3! toua of siiRnr,
lllitko's JHrcct Air l'ltnip, for pan,
a Wi-ston's Patent Ceiilrlfuuals, with iron frame,
1 Sugar Trough to taku a Strike of pan, with sugar
spouts and columns, nil of Iron, nearly new,
1 Diagonal Steam Engine,
To drlvo S Weston's .Mui'IiIuch, nearly new.
10 Coolers, In flrsl-rnto order,
1 Pinko's Stenm Molasses Pump,
1 Molasses Illow-Up,
1 Illskc's Steam Feidl'timp,
1 Pair -Compound Pollers, with steam drum and
ONE COAL BOILER.
1UV1 x fi feet, with Internal furnaces, ns nt present
made at the Honolulu Iron Works, for using coal
on plantations nearly new,
3 Iron Smoko Stucks,73 fcvtblgh x 37 Inches dlnmctcr
mnileof 3 IB plates, complete with cast Iron bed
plates, stny bands, and (jalvuiiiueit wlro ropo
Slavs, nearly new,
Spare Piocos ot Machinery,
Ptc., l.ct., Klc.
Thu above niacbliiery Is now taking off rrom 18lo2l
Clnrlllers per day, und Is lu good order. Can be bought
as It now stands on Kaalaea, or on wharf al Honolulu,
to bo delivered nfler April 1st, 1801.
H0N0l,l,I.U 1U0N WOUK8 CO.
Bll iid lm
H. HACKFELD & CO.
OFFER TOR SALE
Of tlio (lermaii Hark
Win. Mobtmauii, Master,
Jiut Arrived from Bremen, 122 dayi,
Consisting of a rg0 asicrliucnt of
ETC., KTO PTC.
Air-Orders from ifca other Islands carefully eaccutrd by
H. HACKFELD A Co.
- aTJU in,
J.X. rautlnnid from purrbasluv lh folloVll... ....l,ii
lU.sllai; llon.U.I.,uV. JunITlli,ltfI ,0W,,,K M,me1
llond K. N'.. X- iKtViil, ' ' t
lioml li, Ko.wi fur v,
llond I. No. in. for fit).
llond I.Ko. 117, for 3.
llond I. No. III. for iUU.
Iloiid I. Jfo. I W. fur .Ml.
Ikiinj I. No, l.. for to.
Ikind O. ho. . for till.
Hondo. Nw.lW!, for to,
"" lft"u . K, iOXkW, Uh.lna, Maul.
Ooldsn flat Ir. .Mn n
(J. BREWER & GO.
O ox tlio Onrto
. or tiii: amkiiican
BA "EDWARD MAY,"
(lino from Iloslon about Ilia nilddln nf March,)
UOIS'SISTINH IN l'AUT AH FOI.I.OWHl
Slcnm, GimiliorlniHl ami Stovo Coal,
Kcroscno Oil, " Electric" Brnntl.
Keroseno Oil, " Brew ir'sBcist," 150 Test
O n, r d Mntchew,
Knstern I'ino linrrul Sliooks,
OnrH ' CoiprT-!pcil," Kchiii,
l'itrli, Tnr, Klro t'iny, l'liiHtor I'nyiB,
Ico ltofiiKcrntorB vnrimm hIzch,
BARRELS EXTRA MESS BEEF,
Tick nml Axo Itniiillrn,
MULE CARTS, Heavy nnd Light,
Knitnorn' lloiloiB, fnr l'lnntnllon imu ;
An Invofco or Cm Nnilfl, iiHRnittil;
Ames SIuivuIh. llmil'a Axca mill llntclictrt.
A WKU NI.MXri.l
Stock of Choice Groceries :
Lowi'b' TotnnlncB, Ciihcb Snusnyo Mont,
(irocn Coin. .Snct'iitiisli,
Oliurkitm, 1 nml 1' gull.
JloHtun llakcil JleittiH, Corn Stnrcli.
Tomato and Mock Turtle Soup,
Snmlwicli Hum and Tongue,
IiIhIi Stow, ilnrriu'it of Mnttmi,
Stuwuil OiiIvcb' Ilonil, Dairy Salt,
Qr JJarrclH I'mnily 1'nrk.
Cases Lnnl, S lb tins, full weight,
Boston Crushed Sugar.
VAIIllIAXJCS' PLAIlFOltM SCALES
Iron Siircs, Yollnw Mctnl nnd Nnils,
Manila Cortlngc. Now Uodrord nniko;
AVIiitowcud, Slates, Kosomhilo Cement.
An Invoice of Carriages,
COMl'UIHINd HOMK OF
Tlao XjEvtojEit Strylos
Basket Phaetons, Cabriolots.
Sugar and Coal Hags,
Tbo nboro Goods will be offered for salo to arrive
UPO REASONABLE TERMS.
ft" - .'. HHF.WKK sfc CO.
TO PLANTERS AND OTHERS
I IIKO TO NOTIFY
Planters and the Publio
THAT I AJI l'nEl'AJtTKl) TO
FURNISH PLANS AND ESTIMATES
Steam Portable Tramways,
With or Million! Cars anil Locomotives,
Specially ntlitjittil for Miliar Plantation t
Btenm PlottrtlilnR nml Cultivating Mnouincry,
amotion LngincH nnd llond L,,comotiVCg
liocomotiviH for nny gauge of Kiiilway,
w ii 'HJ'1 " " I'uii'uriVsif
------".- ssiimivii atit fill IJUIIIU
Winding Engines for InclintH.
MESSRS. JHO. FOWLER & CO.,
1 ,.'T.l".k,!,,5l"n1'. wnom 'c.ircsrnt. bsio sniiidlrd
irliiblo Kalluays for Hnwr I'lnntiitlons In Ciila.Trliil
ui, 1 uiimrarii. Pern nnd Sloxlco, forall or nlilrli places
I'V llllVIl Mlllllllli .1 Ktnon, ll..l. I .... ..I. t .'vvej
.. ..., . vl ,, .UA,i;,f iiirnii oi miirii
IIimv linvai .iiiml,. .1 Ui.... i.i -..- . I
nit "",' '"it"1 "-iii'i . milium); jiariiini'ry.
1 hi-y hiivn iilsa iliirlnr tbo Insl 1.1 yciirs inaiiuTaclnrrd
o,n."smin f.7 (l,r ,,(nllV.,,J"! '" trltnlii and Ibo Col
pules, Iliillu, .Mi-.Ito, CVylon, L'ayiit und 1'erii. from -Jl.
Inch kiiiiko hi. tor, feet il'lncli K.iVf, Si d Vu ted for all
kinds of tracks und Irufllc. . .or mi
They hair. Biiimlled thu (loverninents of Orent Hrltulc.
Oermniiy, Itii.sl'a nnd Italy nllh Tmctlo" Ki.k li.ea
which liavo (-lveii every satisfaction, as well usTarro
niuibcN for private use. ' ' rl
Any eoiniiiunlcntlons lo bo nddressid to 11. II. Fimler
euro or V. I. Ureen, K.o,., or tl. W. Jlacrurlui'o "
IIpiioliiii,bo will act n their Acenis. '
Uitnlouues, ulth Illustrations, models and photo
I.'..!. T ",0 "H'"r.?.l',15"t ml inncblnery may bo ieeu
ut tlio onico or (1. W, ilucfarlanu & Co.
It. II. KUWI.KII, for
vi,, ... JN- KOWI.KIl .t CO.
i. n-i.71 lr"P"0 ,0 !'' 110 ulf-'ercnt Islands diirliic
bo nou fw wuoks. und shall bu pi ,,., i uyo any In.
lj Its of the uboio iimchliiery lo each locallly.
d It. II. KUWLKK.
SHORT HORN CATTLE!
Tlio Elntlro Berd
PORE-BRED SHORT HORN CATTLI
Camonda? "' C"r' " "M,'u ,UncI,0 Mny Co.,
IS NOW 0FFEEED FO ALE.
This herd, con.l.U,,,. 0f ono hundred brad, U
ONE OF THE 11KST IN AMERICA.
I,u.'r;ifiri hf Ukt" firral ,,", Hecllno and breed
Jlost Imported and American Stock.
The ilonttrev tltmoerut says of Mr. Curr'i stock I
Tbe .uli0Htil lia Met Journal tayy
jwirr, l, wealthy banker Mr. J. li. Carr V
I rum nuiuerous soiircts we hato beard volunlarr i.sil
I" U)f as lulhosuinr orllyof Mr Utr.'. , hL.i 7 " i.
THIS ENTIRE STOCK
merit, from u to iiuu ' "WKlHr, fdji la
Catalogue f th Hw4,
pKwr&w&w&jx - -
Walluku Pl P.otory.
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