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CO MM IinCI A Tj.
In liwl tinsiness. matter we find no material changes
In rrport lnrp our last, though the arrival of the steam
if Australia from, and In ilrpnttirc nf tint vessels for
Hsrl Pmnrlwo In a lmIH niir cllv fronl to a certain ex
"tnT Tins' steamer Ukrllke ha resnmH mvlee and
thri new steamer Iwatanl has entered Immediate! upon
)rf coasting route -for Knn ami Kan-lhla week.
On ftalnnlar last, the steamship l.v.lla arrirrd with
Tls) rawi f'hliiMsiand, llkn several cargiei prrctdlng,
'iiTvT befii oMIgnl to KOlnIS quarantine lliroitgli ilia
Outbreak of imall-pfit amongst Ihem,
Ailvtc.es from Han Francisco per Australia do not In
illeale any f linnf slnee thmiepsrlnrsMif the Inalanl.
Wn make the following rxlrseta from Williams Dlmnnd
tCVa mniilhljr circular, of the Wid Intl., for which wc
are Indebted to the llatttte.
nine our respects or llkn natnrf, dated t'th nit., wn
have hail mnrr dry wcatlii r, and wn arc pleased to note
n slight Improvement In traile.
l!tliislJ Milatr, 37 Indus.
I'rnspert Is flattering for a large vshsal rrop thla
jenr In spite of Hie damage ilooe by excsstp rains,
HUOAIl. Tlirnlrmatid for refined la active at there,
iliicml prli at 'i of a cent, per pound nil round estnl,.
lliheil by the refiners last week. 'Iho New York market
li)r both n fined ami t'cbs refining gradea la active anil
firm, the litter having advanced if front th" reeently
depressed minlatl'ins. In Iok how HJ4 (or W per rent.
,Tiii npunliKjnf Hprlng Irvleanil the apprmeh of hot
weather, nxully canrra an appriclatlmi in th valtis of
sugais In both pnelnrlog ni.il consuming ( ountllea,
Manila basis remains J'l&J for III .per rent 1.111I No III.
.MUisAMtKrl. Tho rmiulrr Is light ns there hna not
been n stifllrlciit supply lately for the vinegar inannfai t
nrers and tin rare, using llarley, quotable at !1'4 for
choice In moderate quantities to Jobber anil at j eta.
In large Iota,
HICK The market lias lost a firmness, anil the
two prlnilpal hohlera being roinpctltora for the mod
, rfato demand frimi .InlineM. prices ire lower, hale
ern trimlo yeatenlay nt !', rta, time, nnd nun hnliler la
reponeil aa offering at fijt, hut the former figure will
probably reiniln aa the prlre, unless, the prlnclpnl
hnliler decides In clone out. 'the large Quantity which
It wn alleged wniilil go to the Knatern rililea haa not
ticun fornrileil Onr 1'aclfic Coast consumption can
not exceed CH,llni per annum, for soma tunc. Any
, excess must find n millet cIsM'here, or he consumed
ly the Chinese. (;hlna Itice la now very low. jl.ft.1 per
lsl lha, full weight for old crop, nml jl.uvac, for new
WIIALK 0!I,.-Qiolalileat !W. eta.
TAM.OVV. Maylieqiiotidnt(ifft,' per III. for ren
lend and h & "U eta per. lb for beat refined In 'hip
WOOL. -Krcelnla are amalll we qtinto Han Joniinln
and rloiitliern Kail at Itt IV ctai Northern yilSOr.t.
Kaatern tlregon prlngi4&M ct nlii I'all LimbaXI
l'f.VlU.-(l. (I. tlaker extra tl.TSiHtnr Jllll Jl.wt.
IIUAN.- Jl'.'.fi per ton. I'rlcea will drop whin horao
1 pldeinle. anhldea,
UUIUMtlK. Attention la railed to nn ndvnnce of onn
cent, per liniinil all round which look ifTixt thla Meek.
Itnapeetlng the apeeiilatlon movement In Hi,; Him
I'rnrtclaen market In II iHnllali rice we clip the follow.
lug from the UtnM A Marltt Htrlur. "Htoeka of
(Ililn I'lihd HI.1111 urn Inrgu nml free, vthlle Il.nvnllAn la
largely conreiitrnltd, being h'ld by epeenlnlori. who
control nearly till here nnd to arrive, and they are ship
ping mora or leaa of thla Hawaiian Table overland,
where It oerma to bn well appreciated, being iiacil ita a
eiibatltnto for O'.irullna Itlce. the atork of which l aald
to be light. Wuijtioielfiiwallaii utliUftoc; No. I China,
Uy,:tH; Xn.V 1I11, V,(AUc
we leiirn trim tiiu large nnear riant
earn that the large Hnear Plant, now lying on the
wharf oppoallo the Uurtout Ili.n"' na leccntly aold by
the Airenta of .Mlrrleea. 'I'alt .t YVataon. to the llaknbio
HugarOo., lit Ililn, llnwnll, foruhlch .Merra. Irwin .t
. fo are Agent. Wc nlao niiderataml that In connection
. ,wltli thla tali) Mr. (I. W. Macfnrlano whlln In Han
'rinetecn, rolil to Mr Claim Wpricklea, n largo Triple
eirect nppirntiia.n 'MxM .Mill Hearing, Engine and
C'nnij Cnrrlira. for hie Maul catntc.nnd aaiiH Milieu-,
for thn (Jloivalti estate, the anlea embracing In tho ng
eregiitn over one hundred thoiiinud dollara. It feemi
; Hint thla celebrated make nf augur machinery la grow
ing In great favor here and taking the lead nmongil
our Planter We nr Inform) it tliat something over
half 11 million dollar worth of this make haa been lm
perted by the Agrnta within three ycura.
(In Mnmliy next Mr, H. I'. Ailama will offer several
tnrcela of valuaSlu Itenl Kalnte, embracing the well
known llmltoii Iliy I'remlaea, cornerof (uci-u and I'nrt
etrcete, nml aevcrnl Home lota In Honolulu nml I-nhnl-na,
belonging to the I.uualllo Kitnte nml the I.lllkot
' VI Dilation, aftrtato at Mnkanao, V. Maul, comprising
some inn) acres.
Our exports for the week embrnco two heavy ship
ments of suar. Hie l.ndy t.nmpson nnd Atnlanln, each
I1M11L' over I,HI,IJ lbs. 'I he amount of sugar shipped
' for the week foots up :i,tOI,lll lbs. nnd like, VU,tt)
lhs. 'I lie total value of exports nre S'.'II.IM.
POUT OF HONOLULU.
Vowels in Port,
Jnlult bgtno Nlcolaus,
Ilnw bgtue I'omare. Tripp
Am sell W II Meyer, llowo
Haw bk Kalakaua, .lenks
. Am bktuu Kuri'kn, Nordhnrg
(Jcr 8 H I.jdla, I'aulsi-n
Am bktue Kate Fllcklnger, Young
Am bgtue Morning ijtnr, llray
Am tern Compeer, Illrkholm
- Vonsola Expected nt Honolulu, from Foreign
llrbk Alkshnw, Taltc, Olasgow, duo March 15-20, G W
jf.. Jlncfnrlano ,t Co, Agents
iAui uk i.uwuni Jiny, joiukoo, jioiton, due April 1-u, u
W ltrewer X Co, Aireuts
llrit bk Hlzhilycr, Nchllcmann, London via St Michaels,
gr - uiiu npiii tf-iw, j jirewLT v v.o, .geuis
llaw bk Kale, ltollifus, London, duo Juno 1-5, II Hnik-
fuld i Co, wtceuts
llawlikilnwnll, Whitney, S S Islands, due in all
Mnrch, I'rcsldcnl Hoard Immigration, Agent
(Jcr bk Musca, from Urummen, due, II llackfcld &
Am bk Cluihlrr, Gacliclder, XowYork, dno JIny 10-lJ,
Castle A Cooke, Atreuts
Ilrlt bk Zoe, Cimpbell, Liverpool, duo May 10-15, T II
1, Ger bk Cedcr. Itohlfs, llremcn, duo May 10-15, II Hack-
1' , r..l.l -l.. A. . '
V i fcld Co, Agents
Am bktno Kutu Sudden, Hates, Newcastle,
Anrll LIMS teents
Am bk Harvest Home, Mutton, Departure. Day. duo II
Hnckfcld .t Co, Agents
1' M H s City of New York, Seabury, bidney, over due,
, " i 11 II ickfold A Co, Agents
I Ilrlt bk I'aclrlc Slope, , Newcastle, N 8 W, duo Hi
-nil April. All-n ,t Itoblnson, Agents
Am bk Ainto, hnn dberg, Ncwscastle, N S W, duo In all
March, AlUnA ICnblnsou, Agents
Am bktne Kmmn Augusta, Port Gamble, for Kahiilul
Am sell I.ctlltia, , Fori Oamhlc, duo March g3-a), II
, llackfeld X Co, Agents
t fAui bktne Discovery, l'enhallow, San Francisco, to fall
'March 10, II llackfeld ,t Co. Agents
Ilolbk Don Nicolas. Gray, from Nariilmo, duo March
aO-SS, O Ilrcwer A. Co, Agents
Ainbkll W Almy, Fricnian, from San Francisco, to
mill March -2, Cnstlc & Cooke, Agents
Am bktnu Jilla. Turner, ftoni Sjn Francisco, duo March
! -.!iV!),0 Ilrcwer A. Co, Agents
" Am bktuu. Wrestler, hchnauer, San Francisco, to sail
ft u March 1 1, K T Lenclun A Co. Agents
I'M 8 it Zenlandla, t'hoaller, Sydney, duu April 11, II
llackfeld ,t Co, Agenta
Ilrlt ship City of Hominy, Lowell, Olasgow, to sail mid
dle March, G V" Macfarlanu A. Co, Agents
A -Am bgtue I'nnsr.elo, Howanl, San l'ranclrco, to (all
( 1 March 31. W O Irwin i. Co, Agenta
Am Ik I.ImIu Murshall, llirgmann. Port lllakcly, dno
April 5-1U, Alien ii Itublnsoii, Agents
llnw bgine Storm Illrd, Tie rney. South Sea Islands, due
In all March, President Hoard of Immigration, Act
IIuw seh Knlunn, Cook, from Galapagos Island, duo hi
' t all Mutch, A V Cooke, Ageut ' '
Am bk Camden, llardle. Pott Gamble, duo April 5-10, II
1 ', IlarkfcldA Co, AguiU
WUiiloiit to touoh fit Honolulu, In all
Am bk Atlantic, from New Itedford: bk Han Wtb
, fter, ditto; bk Nortieru Llghl,dllto;bk A brum lluf
ker. from cruise; bk Ellzu, ditto; bk Kalubow, ditto;
bk Pacltlc, dltlo.
Mar SW-Stm O It tllshop, trem Kannl
Stm Klliuea Hon. from Kahnlnl
Svli ullaina, from Kohala
21 P M 8 h Australia, Cnrelll, from San Francltco
Am stm wh Ilelvedere, Munter, from a crulsu
1 wn iieiveu
' Seh Knuikeanull from llamakua
, Seh Haleakala, from lllfo
jy-Am bglnii Mornlug Siar, llray, from Micronesia
.Mil icrn i.oninecr, intKiioim, ui naya irom
- . - . Port 'luit'tisend
S!l-8ch Kekaulnohl, from Hanalel
tl y Sell Walehu, from Kanlaea
-r,t, aiun, 11,1111 itiiu
I Stm Jus Makee, from Kauai
sen t'rlnce. from Koua
Seh Walmulti, from Kohnla
Seh Warwick, frum Kalaupapx
Sth Manuokawal, from llanamauta
, htmr Moknlll, frimi koolan,
bV-Sihr Nellie Merrill, from Uihalua.
Tolegtaphed, 7 t lit Wu bk patting Coco Head.
Mar VJ-Ain bk 11 (1 Murray, lUten, for San Frnnclsco
gl- P M S S Australia, Carglll, for Australia
,. . ?' I'Uka. for Koliala
aof &-lUltrncli Vhld.CuwIeyjforVaunbKa Island
i 1 ft 1 Mm C-11 lllilinp, for Kauai - '
Stm Kllauea llou. for Kahulul
Seh Wallcle,.fer Mallko
1-Slm l.lkellke, for circuit nf Hawaii
Stm Iwalaul, fur Koua ami Kau
Seh Jt'iiny. for Nawlllwilt
St-li Mary K Foster, for Kn and Kau
Srh llaleuknta. for KnuoukneA
. . j tit r bk Aulaiila.Mohrmanii.for San Franeitco
,! Urlt bk Lady Lampton, .Martten, for San Frau-
ws'ntiVmJ'S!,ll,1 K'tpcrUu,VJndlu, for Sn Kran-vwi.w-
Am stm whaler llehedcrc, Manlcr, for cruise
ntr Hawaii '
91 Seh Kauikeaoiill, for llonckaa
t.tl't T ,Mb beahl, for Honolpu
85-Am bk Martha Itldtout. Wlckhurg. for Port
t, p rin ; 1WI
The new bktne, Wrestler li attracting considerable
attention at Mission tlhnl iu tcrount of her tiur so
puirunce. bho (a loadlug for Honolulu !u McrrllP
" Tho Aru bk Harvest Honie, Matton, front PciAttur
llt" for this, port, befora rrportrtl at hailug pat Into
yKin Fia,neito repair vP. tailed ruiu that twit
vefiirllonnliilH March Nh. ,- '
The Ger bk (I Y llari.del has been beard of agllv.
Under date of Port Stanley. January lit, we learn that
tump cargo from the II ' llendclv all reioitrttl from
under wuler and much burned and otherwise damagetl,
lias betu told at anctlou. The wreck and the reuialudrr
ft'1' the (argu haf lil'O been dapotd of, rrallilug x't5.
Tho purchasers ham beeii working for soiuti weeks, but
upparently up to ttu jircseul tlmo without sucrt-ss. Tho
valun of all the rargo sard auiounlcd to i.'l.-.t(fa.
Th Ilrlt ship city t Sliaughal, fruut Glasgow for
this pott, bad beeu withdrawn; the Itrlt thin City of
. Humbay, Ctutatu Umell, would tako her place, 10 sail
t abouiunittrddlcofMarfl: , : i
Thallawbk Kahj sailed from Loudau for thlt port
Jnvsryiluili; iuHd Ilovvr Ksbruarv Ub. 'She Uas au
A The Urlt bV Alkthaw, frow Ulasgow November 15lh
tiw'T0,i'imt l"'-l(n UcceuibcfiiiiU lu lat li g, Ion
Us't Tuesday, March S.M, beinfi tho aaulvcttary of
Kmperor William Mrthdiv all the shipping In the.
harbor waa gaily derorated vilth bnntlng
On Weilneaday laat Mi-asrt I'oter Co steamer
Ionian). ( aptaln Cntler, nart'd ofT on hi'r pioneer trip
to Maala'a. Konl, and Kan Kh ateamnl esal nf the
harbor and np thy reef In fine style We ejipflfohenr
n gorj repirt from her on her return. If she tmfld have
taken Mnif er. we have no dotibt bnt h wrnld have
lim crowded, a she It lilted up tr comfortably.
The Ilrlt bk Lady Lampann. Her bk Atnlanta, and Am
bftne Hesperian all sailed for Man t-'ranrlaeoon the ZM.
We 1 vpeet to tienr nf some good tailing. Captain Mars
ton says he'll get lo the ( mat first, and Caplalhs Mohr
mann and Winding m ther will git there flrrti and
rarh will teat their vessel a sailing inalllles pretty well
on thla trip, Of ronrse the Ijidy' mint have the lead.
The I, Ikelike completed her repairs and talkd last
Wednesday for Iheilrrnlt of Hawaii, with a f nil freight
and over l"l iaeneri. the latler having all lieen In
quarantine In ordir to goon this trip.
The Am sell Amsrlean Olrl, Captain flaekna, arrived
A Kahulnl on the Itth Instant, from llnmlioldt, with it
rargo of nslwoml consigned to W U Irwin A Co. Alter
dlsenarglng the will lead with sugar dlrrct for Han
The sleam whaler Ilelvedere arrived last.Monday from
rmlte, and tailed again on Wednrsday for another
ernlte of two weeks around Hawaii, and to stop nt
Kealakekna to give tne men liberty. Hh will then
return In this port, win n Captain Owen will take torn
maml nnd proeeed north.
A private, dispatch received at Han Franrlseo from
rnnnmn says that tho I'HS I'ensarnla talltd fiom that
port for Honolulu February I lib.
Ihe Am wh bk Northern Light, (HtTirrl, arrived at
IIHo. Hawaii. March l.'ith, from New Ibdford via Cane
de Verde Islands 11 porta !WI sperm. The Am wh bk
John Howland, (Ireeii, arrived at I'onape February 1st,
H days from llonolnln; cb'Bn. Thewhbk Thus I'npe,
Millard, was rrnlslngnn thciameltlands February Ibth,
reporting 1") barrels iperm.
The sell Clans Hprerkela, Conslns, sailed from Can
Francisco Msrrh litis for Kahulnl; and the rch llosarlo,
Hwlft. sailed same day for llllo, where she would ills,
rhargo rargo and then proceed to Kahnlttl, to load for
Man l'rancltuu direct.
The Am mlsilonnrr packet Morning Htar, llray, has
hauled alongside of Messrs Tlbkeia & Horenson's wharf
tiiilUcharge, etc. Fern full and very Interesilngaccount
of her voynge see another column.
Thn stm I. 'htm has rompletril her repairs, and sails
on Mnmlny ill xt for MoloLal and liana.
'Iho srh W II Merer la loading with sugar, etc. at
Ilrcwer A Co's wharf. Hhe will sail for Nan Irauclscu
The Am bktne Knte Fllcklnger li at Allen A, llobln.
son's wharf discharging n cargo of lumber The Com
pter la also discharging lumber nt Ihe fool of Fort
street. After discharging ihey will both probably load
Willi sugar for Hin Franclco.
The F.urckn has discharged her cargo of coal nt Llke
llkn wharf. Who mil load with dispatch for Han Fran
cisco. The (ler a a Lydla nnd Haw schra Julia and Jennie
Walker am In Quarantine.
The Kalnkaua has hauled to the Pacific Mall dock to
take the Belvedere's oil. Captain Janks expects to sail
for Man Frnmlsco the latter part nf next wet k.
The I' M s s Australia arrived HIT the port last Monday
morning. Cnptnln Carglll thought nt Drstthat he would
not enter tlin pjrt.im ui count of small-pox, but finally
after lyliu outside for four or live hours, he concluded
lo romo In and discharge his cargo; nfler which he
tailed IhnsamecKtilng lor the Colonics, but would not
take any passcngeia from this port.
Heport of the I'M M S Australia, Carglll. Command
er Left San Frinclseo on March 11th, ami discharged
her pilot olf Golden Gato ntfi.3) p. in., met with strong
wind and cloudy weather. Kncounten-d n fresh gain
nml high N. W. sea, 011 the lltli fresh breero and cloudy
weather with pnsslng snualls on the 15th, met with
light nnslcndy winds and smooth sen from the ICth to
the 'Jllll Sighted tho lsld. of Moloknl at 3 a. m. of the
gist, and received pilot off Honolulu nt noon.
Froni Utsalady, per ICatcl'llcklnger, Ma
feld A Co., r;t.',,SO ft lumber, U,MI.' pickets,
From San Francisco, per stmr Australia, March
SletMJ Hose, 7 pkgs mdset A Jiegir, !! pk" watch
materials, 'les pistols, tics Jewelry; Z S Spalding, 1 cs
plants; Whitney A Hobertson, 1 es stationery; T O
Thrum, I cs stationery; C Afong, V) ska potatoes. Ill ca
bulter; llolllsler A Cnilci tobacco; llackfeld A Co 6
pkgs, 2 bills wheels and frames; Otto Friedlander. I cs
jiietune; J M Lnwler. tics crockery; A W Plerco A Co
oQ bxa potatoes; K Timelier, I c pictures; A W ltlchard
son, ft ca mats, etc. 1 bx mdse; (, rliibutim A Co 'J cs dry
goods, e:c; .1 Waterhouse, D cs hats and dry goods, ' cs
millinery; Holies A Co, V) sks potaloea, I cs groceries;
A W flush, 1(1 pkgs groceries; Hart Hros, II c eirgs;
Hyman llros, lies cigars, 21 cs dry goods; J M Thomp
son, 1378 pkzs Iron etc; Castle A Cooke. 3 pkgs drug;
Telcphonn Co. 3cs mdse; L C Owen, Si) bxs potatoes, I
I pku mdse; C It Hlshop, 1 cs coin, I pkg mdse: T H
Davles, ;i pkgs machinery, 77 cs bread. Ml mats rice, 1 c
clothing; I, G Hresovlcb A Co, 3 sks oysters, 8 bxs
onions, 12 bis apples; W O Irwin A Co, 7 pkgs md"e, 1
b plnnta; A M McllI", 1 pkg dry goods; C.itlA
Cooke. 1 pump; Hyman Hros, 1 c tweeds; llackfeld A
Co 1 c samples; W II Pnnls. 1! pkg books; F Schnefer
A Co, 1 bx colli, 12pkgs to address, 12d pkgs groceries
etc., to Chlnusu firms; 13,020 pkgs transt.
From Micronesia Island, per Morning StncMnrch
22 Sundry mdse for parlies, to care of E O Hall A
From 1'ortTownscnd per Compeer. March 2J n0,f2ij
ft lumber. 122.7M) shingles, It) bis salmon, 5 bgs pota
toes, to llackfeld A Co.
For San Francisco, per I) U Murray, March ltith-lSii,-162
lbs sugar. 17,717 galls molasses, ICU hides. 2Ji bchs
bananas. Domestic vnlne, SKi.'-'I'i; foreign, g'-tju.
I'or ranning'a Island, per Vl id, Jlnrch 21st Assorted
foitlgn merchandise. JTaluc, V3M W.
I'or a cruise, pirlelvidcre, March 21st Foreign
alue, $25. f
For Sun Francisco per Hesperian, March 23d 6.'.7,70."
lbs sugur, 125 hclis bananas. Domestic value, $12n5 C2.
For San Frifnclsco. per Lady Lampion, March 23d
l.l&UhUlbsugnr, -lllti galls molasses, 2S hides, GI.TU)
lbs rlco. Domestic value, 341,15.1 C7.
For tjftn Francisco, ;er Atalanta. March 2M 1,101,027
lbs sugar. .VI.Htl lbs rice, 7IX) lbs coffee, 2UD bchs bananas.
Domestic alue, Jii7,UH :ia.
For San Francisco, per D C Murray. Mar 10 J Jan
son. II (i Wignall, M O Walton. Capt T W Flcmlnir. W O
Klncald, F Janson, J Schoener, Capt V011 Schmidt,
Miss Walter, Mrs S M llret. Geo I.jnd, Mr Kelshnw
and 2 children. O G Mnrlfie, Mr Mclvunv. V A Ilradeu,
A Cllloomer, II D White, G V. Folger. II Harlow..! Ho
cmlll. J Walker, J Hoser. P llradley. A C Arthur, J
Delancy, I' J Turtle, A A Magary and A Chinese.
Tor San Trand'co, per Hesperian, March 23d A G
Holmes, II Netter, G Kdwards, A Gale.
For Sail Francisco, tier Lady Lampton, March 2&1
Miss Ilarncv. FS Dodge, Miss Thurston, Miss .Fuller,
Miss Heed, Mrs Hums.
For Snn Frnnclsco, per Atalanta, March 2d E A
Tomlinsou, Mr Utlech, W Young, Mr l'crry, M O
From Sau Frjuclsco. per Australlla, March 21st Miss
C P Swaln.MlisF! Lehman, Miss I. Lehman, A Lehman,
T (J Campbell, 11 F Wing, O F Shipman, L C Owen, Mrs
Ilj man. Pilchard Green, Geo K Koninler.J Lewis and
wife. Master Lewis, Jiu M Killy, J M Thompson and
wife. J M Lira lor. K K Potter nnd wire, 1) lluckley, K II
Itlcluirds, Chas Williams, John Anderson, Wm Mor
rirey, M Soia, Thos Austin, It llltmer. N T Vlera, Miss
Vlera, A Churl, wife nnd four sons, John 1) Itobcrls, A
Leach, Miss Mary Churl, Frederick Smith, and thrco
Chinese; 31 passengers in transitu.
From Mlcronesian Islands, per Morning Star. March
22il Hov J F Whitney, wlfo and two children, Hev F K
Hand, wife and daughter, I, P K Nawaa and wife,
Simeon Kahnlctnauna, James Kramer.
For Port Townsend, per Martha Hideout, March 21th,
N.'Mead and W. Cope.
In this city, 011 tho 23rd lust., to tho wlfo of A. J.
Cartw right, Jr., a daughter.
In this city, March 2lrd, to the wife of Fran k Geu
In this city, March Will, IS-I, tn the wife nf Xal
gating Lieutinant G, K. Gresley Jackson, Itoyal Naty,
a daughter. Ud Kngll.h aud Australian papers please
PUltVIS Died nn tho Sib of March, nt Kohala Ha
wail, to ihe Inexpressible jtrlef of his family, ;,su:
JotEiliiir; Peiivis, thtr beloved daughter of Kobert und
Annie Pnnls, aged 19 years.
NKW At Walakea, Hllo, Hawaii, March 13th, Ileum
New, a native of New Zealand, aged about 2U jcar.
Nbw Zealand papcrt jileasv copy.
HEKHS-lu this city. March lSlh, of heart disease.
IlEMir A. Hekks, a iiatlvttof the state of New York,
and for the past 22yars a resident of these Islands,
aged IS years. lie limes a wife and four children to
mourn his loss.
Foixowino nro the l'olico Court iiroeeetiiugu (or
tho week. Criminal record: KaliuhUula,Oio, Knlllii.
lliwikalkii, VntnivilB, Clmrles, Kahimnnu, Koohou,
tlto ikmrd of Health, btiti(5 viuployeU in tho const-
tng trntle in certain (:(, to it Joints Jnier,
Jui-tuN, .Vmy .'. ywlrr ami Jtunlt, ami having
ion inrho Tt'iux'iH wiiuoui a permit irom the llonril
of Health. Oio plumled guilt v nml wiu tinwl fl;
tlio otliers were f.iutul guilty anil llrxtl 1 nml $1
rtiHtti nicU. W. Woollmin, uhbimlt nnd luitterv on
Alt Tuck; plvnOnl Ktiilty. ;iml wn.s fml S nnil SI
costt. Knuakuolr. ilruuk-piuieiui, fined $fi and Jl
costH. MiHila, violating regulations of lkwml of
ltmllh j no ,iiutui tntunxl by prtssecatiou.
Uotig hhe.1 Hnn.Clitnest). charged with murder of
lln Uo, remanded tmbject to tmler of tlto Court.
AuLlu, Ah lice, fnat dritiug, pJe.ided guilty and
-vua lhud (iti nnd 91 vontn. Ah too. vlnl.iiiin, nmr.
nntiuo reguUtlotiH j uollturusftii ettteritl by liro
rwculion. J. HfWimtw, 5IaiV.nl, Kautaillnn, Ainia
nuiuanu, Him Kelly. Kaleleiki, dniukennetw,
pleaded not guilty! null jiryMf entered by pros.
vuttuu j nituan.111111, vioiaiitiK rn(iliniloii( lit lltxiru
of Health by leaving vesnel, tlm.il $T untl jil codta.
John Hird, nMuit on O. W. Hatt;nalU prolan!
outered by prosecution, ilnlala, w., dctuirting her
liusUuid, pUvided guilty nnd wns wnUmxtl to
threo montlis bard labor and to pny fa nisu. 'I'hU
Miialier fourtli otleuso. John llrowu, violating
luarajititw re gulntiou by visiting a (luamutiued
wiclosuw, plcnded guilty nnd vraa fined foil nnd
sfil rotita; caw Hpivitletl to intermediary Court,
i.tvll rtconl-Hlii Via Cbong Co.. v Chung
Fung, notion on promiwry noto for I33 81; iudc
niout for plaiutttT for f 107 W. Cong Che and
Chung, vailip. Wo Chung 4 Co., action on two
liroiuisnrv iioUm for tl'JA IWKs ludutuent for
liDUutitl for f l&S !t Ab Part, vn Chinu On, m.
Butuimit; defendant xmffK.ics judgment for t be
uiu, tuuouiitiug vtitb.co.ita to 73 25. 8. D, Bur-
roWS. TM H. li. xtotltltiinn. HutntinuU , ItnlttiMtit .r
plaintiff nmountiiiR with nmu to U9 61. T. '.U.
IliMtvtXCo., Vitluo,deertimj bouud ;riotn de
fendant pleaded guilty and wan orderrd to ntnra
to hh employer aud ivty coU of trait, fit.
,,toiittit .-iiiouiii, .viti, u., 4K-111, uiie, ciiiuieia, na
lmuui, Moola, Knlvl. 1'ulii, Kama, Keoia, Kcnwe
lieulit.'Kuleln, Kekuhitin, Knelenmlule, Knuonhi,
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Honolulu, II I.
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cnmmnnlrallnns, ac'eptsd or relseied, and we ha. e to
reQiiest eorretpondente to append thslrtroe nsmit and
addresses, not nectssarlly for pnhllratlen. If so de
tire,!, but a a guarantee of (he ciM faith nf the writer.
(Kii. MaTL'iuiar Pnssa.
Wk iiavr endeavored to put licforo our
rcndcfH noma fdc.t of tlio atnto of tlio lifior
market tn lliU Kingdom y (nvltlng llio ngcntn
or rcprcrientatlvr of Iho prlnclpnl employers)
to stnto tlio number nfUlit hnnd, exclmiti nf
nil tkllltil labor, required to work tlio vnrions)
CBt.itcn for wlilcli tliey net, .Messrs. Hnckfcld
nnd Mcmm. Irwin head tho lint, nnd stfilo
that they can employ 2,500 oiit-of(Ioor labor
cm. ench, Theo, il Davles needs) -100, Mess..
Afong & Co., ISO; 0. W. Jlacfnrlnno & Co.,
100; theno nmomit logothcr to 3,810 Inlxircrn.
Thrco other largo employers) tell n that thoy
cannot nrrlvo nt tho numbers, thny could cm
ploy without correspondence with tho manag
ers) on the various; cotates,
Tliero nro nt leant twenty considerable plan
tatiotm tinreprcBcntcd by tho nlsovo figures,
which figures) nlmw tho esilimnled neodn of
nbont forty plantntionn, no that It in renaonablo
to ndd nt leant 3,000, mid odd hundred tn tho
total reported upon, miking in round numbers:
10,000 field handn required at present. Add
to thuno tho numlierrt of Chinamen employed
an domestic scrvnnts, mechanics), &c, thono
on unreported rico plantations, it would deem
that thcro In ntnplo employment for all mo
cliatiicr) nnd field Imttda, liotli hero now nnd on
their wny from Kttropo or Chin ; but tlio gon
cral impression nmongnt employers, nccnis to
bo thitt if nil the laborer, in Iho Kingdom woro
in employ, thcro are, including those to arrive,
HtilTicictit for our prenent needs.
Tiik Bmnll-pox still claims !t daily tribute
from amongst tut, nnd will contintio to do so,
wo fear, whilst cnrclcsinncnB of infection nnd
concealment ofdincaso nro Kit 1 1 practised here.
Scarcely n day pasxen without the police find
n Homo hidden utiffurcr or pcrhapn tho body
of (toino one dead of this fearful discanc, but
left lying in a still inhabited honso. In nearly
every case of tho kind tho culprits have been
cither natives or Chinamen.
Wo can quite symptthizo with theso poor
people when they nro c-tl led upon to deliver tip
soino nick relative, but then as a rule, they
have neither tlio means or tho inclination to
isolate their households:, and it would be well
if thoso who Itavo tho ear of thoriativc9, nnd
tlio head men of tho Chincso, would make
jomo endeavor to assure their respective
countrymen of tho caro and consideration with
which tho patients nnd their friends detained
tin tho roof aru treated by thoso who hnvo
them jri charge, rather than bo spread! ng;
rcpocts about tho hardship of tho journey nut
to (ho hospital and tho ueirlccts nnd lack of
attention met with there. It is wcil-knownj
that now, nt all events, every comfort and
consideration i'b shown to tho unfortunate
sufferers, although perhaps for tho first fow
days tho strain upon tho resources of tho
Board of Health was excessive, and the efforts
made' by the officials could not at onco meet
tho sudden requirements of tho case, but
whatever was wrong was repaired as speedi
ly ns possible, and has long been a thing; of
the past. Tho lato physician to tho Board
was forced into resignation by misrepresenta
tions. This constant carping can do no otio
The articlo on tho proposed Marino Rail
way which wo published on Saturday Inst,
together with a weighty communication on
tho samo subject, seem tohavo borne fruit,
aud just exactly that fruit which wo hoped
for, viz: open discussion, and freo ventila
tion of both sides of tho question, for wo are
always glad to admit that every public matter
has its two sides, both of which we aro glad
to see tho general community well informed
Tho Gazette takes ns and our correspondent
to task for supposing that it is "throwing
cold water" upon tho project. It is perfect
ly truo that that pnper does not " throw cold
water " on the project, us stuch, but it decided
ly docs do so on tho advisability of its early
Delays, little or great, nre proverbially
dangerous, nnd wo say that considering our
rapidly increasing inter-island fleet, and the
rapidly increasing value of each vessel em
ployed, and of tho wurk exacted from each, it
is high tiino tlio work was begun. Again, it
is estimated that tho labor of construction will
probably cover u year nnd a hulf, bo that if it
be commenced to-morrow, tho first ship will
not bo drawn up until ufter the lapse of that
Xow, what sort of loss to tho whole mercan
tile community tloes this represent ? Tako tho
LeltMi, Three duys and u very considerable cx
peusu were devoted to preparing to hcavo
down, hor engines had tn bo most carefully
shored up, heaving down spars placed nnd
secured, pontoons put under her, before tho
work of repair could bo taken in hnnd at nil.
She misses 0110 entire week's work, her own
ers their earnings, aud her customers their
Tho account stands something in this wise.
As nt present, heaving down expenses nro
bumuwhoro nenr $1000, nnd repairing cx
pensoB extra, and a whole trip lost ; with tho
railway two tn thrco days' work, railway ex
penses nbout $300 moro or leas, and work
if stinted ; balance in favor of railway, say
$700 cash and a week's wot k. Now, seeing
that this boon, if it bo grunted, cannot bo
tuado available for more than a yoar hence,
seeing that tho money fortius pttrposo has been
already voted, bearing in mind, moreover,
that tho Legislature of 1862 may nullify that
which was done in 1650, that tliero uio many
items in tho last appropriation Act which
might bo drawn upon for exceptional outlay
incurred by tho epidemic rather than this
Marino ltailway vote, coronations, pedigrees,
Chincso subsidies, nnd all euch rubbish, it seems
to us, that nothing remains but to conclude- a
welUdufmctl bargain with somo reupoiini
blo person or persons, and put the work in
liuud as soon as thoso couditious can bo
The construction of tho railway will givo
employment to a largo iiumbei of mechanics
and laborers for nioro than a year, and as
booh as it is completed tho whole inter
island lleot will want to usq it. It appears to
bo beyond question that liuch convenience
will bo ait uUolulo necessity, which will
show itself to bo more and more urgent every
week from the present day until tho railway
is ready for use, so why delay ? The owners
of Ihe coasters, and all the merchants, plant
ers and mill owners ought to be able tn feel
noiso sort of asaurauce that their supplies can
be forwarded, aud their produce brought up
with regularity and dispatch, and in order to
effect this, there are needed facilities for re
pair which shall be at ouce certain, speedy
and ecowMiicsJ, aad so sgaiu the sooner the
A mo.t extraordinary document, or scries of
document, was suddenly put forth on Thurs
day morning. It may bo remembered thnt
somo six month ngo a most brutal murder
was committed on Hawaii, when a nativo man
first smashed the head of his wifo, with a
heavy, blunt weapon, tho spoke of a wagon
wheel, nml then mutilated her body with n
sharp-cutting weapon. For this atrocious
crimo ho was duly tried, found guilty, and
sentenced ns the law directs. This sentence
was passed aliotit five months ngo, and orders
wcro issued lint It ho put In execution on
Friday, the 2Sth Instant. Daring these months
no question was raised as to the justice of the
sentence, either on the ground of extenuating
circumstances not brought forward at the
trial, but since then made known, or as to the
sanity or othcrwino of tho criminal, when sud
denly, less than twenty-four hours before tho
tlmo nppointed for the execution, these docu
ments, being petitions to U.It.II. tho Princess
Ilcgcnt and a scries of Idlers addressed to
Her Koynl Highness, were passed in, some
alleging tho discovery of new evidence ofcari
extenuating nature, and others pleading tho
Insanity of the prisoner. Thus tho Regent and
hor advisers wcro placed in a most difficult
nnd painful position. The tlmo was too short
to allow of anything like an Investigation Into
so serious a question, but tho knot was cut
for tho tlmo by tho Chief Justico availing
himself of articlo 1160 of the Civil Code, and
granting a renpito of four weeks, Now it is
important to the pttblic wclfaro that It should
bo known why, nnd by whoui, and for what
.objects, these petitions anA letters were so
suddenly sprung upon 'Iho executive. Tho
patulous contained tho signatures amongst
others of Itight Kcvcrcnd Dr. Maigrct, Bishop
of Arathca, nnd a'liumbcr of his clergy. As
to their motiv-js wo have no wish to say a
word : probably puro philanthropy, possibly
disapproval of capital punishment. However,
wc know not. But when wo hear of another
group of names, it seems as if some light wcro
let in on the subject.
Tlio editor and tho stafT of tho Advfrtiier
appear prominently; tho papers wcro
printed nt that office ; tho signatures of many
persons were procured, of whom wo may
safely say that however kind-hearted they
may be, they know nothing xchalectr of the
merits of the case, or tho truth of tho allega
tions thoy have subscribed to. In fact, it
seems pretty plain that tho Venerable and
Well-beloved has got down from his pedestal
aud has got up this business,
A session of tlio Privy Council was held on
Wednesday, nt which tho editor of the Adcer
liser was present as a member, nnd neither he,
nor any ono else, alluded to tho approaching
execution; yet tho very next morning theso
petitions and letters were got up.
If during five months this notable friend of
the Hawaiians knew nothing of tho defectivo
laturo of tho evidence at the trial, nothing of
tho insanity of tho prisoner, how catno he to
bo no instantaneously enlightened ? If through
out all this long period no official, medical,
legal or executive, knew anything of this
revelation may wo not ask for somo explana
tion of tltij strange ignorance, or still stranger
reticence, if the allegations of tho petition
were known, and known to be truo? Are not
the prisoners occasionally visited by the Gov
ernor, tho Physician, the Warders of the jail ?
If so, how or why has this insanity been un
known 'all this timo unsuspected for five
Have not prisoners any opportunity of com
municating with friends, and through them,
or through tho officials of tho prison, making
statements to, or asking advico from, counsel,
if thoy wished to produce fresh evidenco?
How is it that theso petitioners hung back so
long, and how did they urrivo at their conclu
sion ? We see pretty plainly the central figure
in this affair. The editor of tho Advertiser,
posing in his self-bestowed character of tho
" Friend of the Hawaiians" 1 Is not this mur
durer a Hawaiian ? He must bo saved from
the grasp of the law nnd by me! My efforts
shall do it, and none shall kuow it 1 o page
of tho Elele, no paragraph of the P. C. A.,
shall mako known to the public I am ho I I
am Qibsou 1 I am tho editor of tho ESelel I
lose money by it 1 I am tho personage of
whom it was said or sung,
' Let humble G n, with an awkward thane.
Do good by ttealth and blush lo find It fame' I
Why ! this modest philanthropist actually
addressed a letter to tho Princess Regent re
questing her to authorize tho appointment of
a comtuitteo of medical men nominated by
himself, to ascertain tho sanity or otherwise
of this unhappy crimiual. If this great
champion of the race is so affected by the na
tionality of tlio culprit, who, we ask, was the
victim. Did the well-beloved's tears flow for
her? It has taken five mouths to start them
for tho murderer. This is a desperate bid for
popularity amongst the natives, and nothing
Now, one word in behalf of the poor criminal.
How many deaths has he died in tho last six
mouths? how many more bufuro the time comes
when ho must pass to a living tomb, if not to
tho hands of tho executioner? Verily, "tho
tender mercies of tho wicked are cruel 1 "
Article UbO of tho Civil Codo provides that
any Judge o a Court of record may, for cnusu
shown to his satisfaction, rcspito any convicted
criminal for any length of time sufficient for
tho purpose of mercy or not to work injury to
any innocent third parties,
Articlo 1181 provides that " No person at
tho timo insane shall buffer capital punish
(.Tho Privy Council will meet again to-day,
when probably tho matter will bo taken undor
CoMsuutiHi ni: uia EsTaoos Ustpos I
lit ililJlCU, IS HoXOlVLC.
A lot Cludtdanosdala llepubllca Xcjieanat Los ine
periqnexcau a eta llepubllca, ton avl.tdos jior medio
de esio Consulado, de rejlstrar tus uombret lo mas
lironto poslble, a nn do conteguir la dehtda protecciun
del Goblcruo, para sus Interne que tc)uetcutan en tV
Ucludvdy lat demas Itlat do Hawaii.
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SUPUKSLB COURT OF TIIE HA
wnllan Islands, in Probate. In the Estate of C. S.
11ARTOW, of Honolulu, deceased. Intestate. Before
Jlr. Justice Judd.
On reading and fllln; the petition or Richard F. BIek
ertonandJ O Tucker of Honolulu alle-rtn; that C. S.
Bartow of Honolulu, died Intestate at Honolulu, on the
18th dav of March. A. V. 1MI, and praylns that letters
of Administration Issue to them, and that In the mean
while ther be appointed temporary Administrators.
It It ordered that TUESDAY the flftb da of April.
A. II. 1SJI be and hereby- Is appointed hor bearing said
Petition before the said Justice, in thj Court Room of
this Court, at Honolulu, at which time and plaee all
persons concerned may appear and show canst. If any
thev have, why said Petition should not be granted,
ana that this order be published in the Enz'.lsh lan
Susje for three successive weeks In the Satarday Prcta
newspaper In Honolulu.
Dated Honolulu, II. 1.. March 18th. A D. l$St.
A. FKAM'IS JUDD,
Attest: Jxo. E. Barxard, JusttceSupreme Court,
Clerk. w 3t
CtlKt'l'ir tOtlKT Of TIIK IIAYVAIIAX
Islands. Cd Circuit, In Probate. In the Esuta of
DANIEL LYONS, of Lahalna, deceased, Intestate. Be
fore Mr. Justice Pomander.
On readinc and fllln; the petition of J. K. Wilder, a
creditor of Danltl Lyons, uf Honolulu, alleging that
Daniel Lyons, of Lahalna, Maul, died Intestate at La
halna un the -OS day of January, A. D. Iftjl, and pray Ins
that Letters of Admlnstratlon Ittua to Dim. It Is or
dered that THURSDAY, the 3tst day of MARCH. A. D.
ISsJl, at I'J A. M..bc andberebr Is appointed for hearlns
said petition before the said Justice, In the Court Hot m
of this Court, at Lahalna at which time and place all
persons concerned may appear aud show cause. If any
Ihey have.why said prtltlon should nut be jrramed. and
that this order be published In the English Un;tur
for three consecuilvtiweeks in the,-Saiutrday.Prest,
a newspaper published In Honolulu.
Dated Lahauu, 11 I., March 3d. A. D. 1 Wl.
3 3l Circuit Judge. Snd Judicial Circuit. II. I.
UI-ltKnt. 'l.-M-0'Tlli:il IWAIIA IN.
1 v lands, in Probate. In the Estate of LEON DE
JBAN, of Honolulu deceased, Intestate. Before Mr.
On reading and alloc the Petition of Adsle Dejean
of Honolulu allc'lnc that Leon Delean of Ilonolula
died Intestate at Honolulu on the lvtn day of February
A. D. 1&! and praying that Letters of Administration
Issue to her.
It Is ordered that TUESDAY the S)th day or March
A, D. Ia81.nl lo. -M., be and hereby Is appolnttd fur
hearing said Petition befora th said Justice. In the
L'oml Itiwm of this Cijurt, st Honolulu, at which time
and place all persons concerned may apprar and show
cause. If any Ihey have, why said 1'etltlon should not
be granted, and that Ihls order he published In the
English language for three successive weeks In the
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Dated Honolulu, II. I., March 10th A. I), l&l.
Attesti A. IUiss, Justice of the Supreme Court.
Deputy Clerk. 3 3t
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mD 0A0KS, TKLKORAPH WIRE,
KEROSENE OIL-high test, best quality.
Having made nrrnnKcmentii to Import direct Irom fimt hnd, -we are now prepared lo offer
the Jjctit oil in tlio innrkcl (150') nt faroralile rates. Tl.i oil is; bronlit from tlio haat to San
Francico br railrnml, In cam owned by tlio Company, and the prcat loo from leakage ami
elftcrioratlori Is avoided. Tlie oil is put up in Cans and Harrcls. In the latter form it will bo
found a Kreut convenience to families nnd retailers. The barrels are lined with heavy tin, and
are provided with a convenient faucet. So leakage, ami no charRo fur containers which aro
returnnblo when empty. We can also supply low test Oils, guaranteed to pass the Govern
ment Test, at reduced rates.
POWDER, SHOT, CAPS,
Of English and American Manufacture, in packages to suit-.
A fresh Invoico of the Celebrated " CarbolizeU" 3 & i ply, and " Standard" 3 & J ply
Will each find a fresh and Well Assorted Slock of Implements, Tools and
Supplies suited to his requirements.
LAMPS, CUAZDEUKRS AA'J) LANTERNS,
CARMAOE LAMPS NEW STYLES AND PATTERNS.
LUBRICATING OILS, Pure, UnadulltraUd. t&" Uso genuine oils if you wish lo preserve
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
Fell Li.vks or
SHELF HARDWARE, CUTLERY, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, PAINTS, OILS.
VARNISHES, TURPENTINE, BRUSHES, ETC.
Continental Oil and Transportation Co.
Ilallidie's Uarbed Wire and Staples,
Hallidie'it Patent Wire Rope,
Avcrill'a Chemical Paints,
The Rain Wagon,
DILLINGHAM & CO.,7 FORT .STREET, HONOLULU.
THE NEW YORK LIFE
OFFICE, NUMBERS 346 AN'D 348 BROADWAY.
Amount of Wet Caah Aaaeta, January 1, 1881,
Less deferrsil Premiums. January l.lH)...
Interest and rents. (Inclndlng realized yalnr on real estate sold).........
Lesa Interest accrned Jan. 1, lSW
Losses by death, Inelndlnr neversionarr additions to same
Endowment matared ana discounted. Including Reversionary additions to same...
Annuities, dividends, and returned premiums on cancelled policies.
Taxes and re.lntorances...... ...... .......... ....... .................................
Commissions, brokerage, azracy expenses and physicians' fees .
Office and law expenses, advertising, printing, xc... ....... ..
Cash In bank, on hand, and In transit (since received) $tt?WS.10
Invested In U. b.. New York City, and other stocks (market valne, $H.7St..06) H,S'r,,tTt.tsj
Uondtf &nd mortac Ant lien on ml putsf, (bnlldinx thereon losartd for $I5jy3,-
UO.iUaod the policfe ftfulnttl to thcCompaD ih iddttionil collateral ecaritjJ..15,4Mj5'i:3
Temponry loanf, (cecored bx etuckf, market Tilof, $-1,11 ).MJ) , 2lnt)UU.U)
is4a4 on cxiftinff poiiciet, iav rreervc ucia oj lae -ompnj an mete policies
unoanu to J tJJ).,... ......... ..
Qnarterl and seml-annaal premlama on rxlfltnj; pollclet, due tabeqaenl to Jan.
1 lCOlaa afttaaaaaatiaaasssasjasavtiasi
Premiums on existing policies in coarse of transmission and collection (estimated
reserve on these policies JtrOSI) Included In liabilities)
Agents balances.. .......................................................................
Accrued Interest on Investments Jan. I, lShl. ..... ...
Excess of market value of securities over cost. ....
Jidttaittd ichtiiutt 0 tut Uurj uilt accompany tt mnal annual report jUtd vitA
IX Insurance Department t)f the State of Jfeir Yort
Cash Assets, Jan; 1, 1881-
ArraornurxD as roixowa:
Adjusted losses, due subsequent to Jan. 1, 1W0
Iteported losses, astaiting proof, dc-. ....... ....
llaured endewmcnlt, die and unpaid, (claims not presented).,
Annuities, aus ana unpaia
Ted tor le-insnrauce on existing policies: participating Insurance t 4 per cent,
arllale net premium: non-partlcipatlng at 5 pe cent. Carlisle net premium. ..,.., (7
Ted for contingent llabilittea to Tontine Dividend Fund, over and above at I per
cent, reserve on existing policies of that class.
Buenred for premiums pala in advance
DaVvUBltt SttfVlOS fct 4 jOMT rBHt
Eatlmmted Surplus iy the, New York State
Flora the nndlvided surplus of l99, Usi the llord of Trastets haa declared a Itcversionarr dividend to par
ticipating policies in proportlou to thur contributing lo surplus, available on settlement of next annual premium.
During tan year 6.948 poUdee kara awstm laamati, lmamriac talMIS.
Jan. I, 1S77, 4J.1. Amount
Jan. 1. 1ST8, ti.UJCl.
Jan. 1, lsta, aa.nev.
Jan. 1. l&U, ti.rto. at ntk
.Jan. 1, 11, IS.S4S.
Income IS77. 11,157
from 157s, l.KW.OiS
Interest 1S7U, 2,Ut,rou
rollciet la force
f 1ST"!, $t,M;,
Death la", l.sis.l
Claims !9;s, l.Gir.67S
raid. IhTV, ICI.sjM
WILLIAMS, DIMOSD A Co., Oeneral Agents; 8. A. SWALX, Oenral Manapers HOS. V. T LOW
Resident Local Board, for ban Francisco, Ilavtallan Islands, andAuilralia; '
H. HACKFELD ft Co., Cnral Ant,i far th
&vt C C. BERCEIt. Srtecial Afirtan. fHassrsaUa. ki.
tavsj -m aa w,p T- "
Watchmaker, Jeweller, Eagraver,
HO. 8 KAAJtTOfArTO IT.
ALL KINDS A.U STYLES Of JEWELRY
Mad to order, unique In design, and ol th
most approred patterns
Xulcui Jowelry a SpciaUiy
Watches of the FiaeHt Mechaainm
BY COMPETENT WORKMEN,
At Low Kates, and Warranted.
Estfratlar and Stoe SettUf Fraaatly At
ijrarir nwraattalljr retaaaitale
litrall sissasaa aairaeleal ay rare and assure all
my patrons of perfect tecantr of thslr gouds. It 3n
CLE ABINGOUT SALE
THE UNDXRSIOKKO OVfZtlS
THE BALANCE OP Hit STOCK
AT GREATLY kKDUCKD F81CE3,
rairiitiH ff tTaUHriaf QMt, Tk;
EalU liaM Caio No,l KaUiag.
Caeea teaajriar T, CUm mtt, Faaa,
BlHi WI?IWr MrvVaPy sVVJBjBBJa)
K. .-l'p Sulra, orn T. T. LaataM Cos, a
Albany Lubricating Compound,
California Wire Works,
Albany Cylinder Oil.
... SITSS.lI 2r11T88A-$8M,T19.il
... 3AX.0M $Srje,CO0jl
' ' !
SUadard at 4H per cut,
fJan. 1, r7.7S.73
I Jan, 1, liT7UlB7
Jan. 1, KiitAH
Jan. 1, la, 1 17,713
(.Jan. 1, 133,7ai,3l
Divltlbla Jan. LISTS, 2.MJ.IH
Surplus at i Jan. 1, 167V, aj.ll.tK
per cent. I Jan. I, 1H), 1,131.371
ls. I, laui, se,uai
sCT "" " F ' " aajaaj aaaasaaBam ajBtfaaaja.
SHORT HORN CATTLE! j
PURE-BRED SHORT HOW CATTLI
Caffwnl! D' C"' B 0b'Ul, R th0 otttj Cfc IJ
IS KOW OFFEmED JOB IAX1L
Thlt herd, consisting of one hoadtasl head, la
ONE OF THE BEST IN AMERICA.
. Mr.Carrhat taken great paint In selecting and breed.
'.T ' herd regardless of eapeate.aad It Ua choice
hH if cattle, noioulv In refsrvnet to weedlna but la
regard tr. Indistdual merit. It la from lha
Uf Ht iMpertfMt aa4 Aaaerieu 8tk.
The MtnUnt Dmocri sajs of Mr. Carr'e stock i
" la appcaraate this herd a 111 compare with aav cot.
rtspooalag BuuWr of cattle la tats Untie SUteT'
siraias of the uost Improied stock." '" "
The .Vaf ll Ut auX Jomrn I m;ii s
'foarradsrwlHtuniloCaliforaU avs411 aalat
oil Ua locaUoa of a ruuk aklaa U taaT ana. JTS
ahort-hora f.lnds la thiTl Wii? aVilCTL w ui
rroat aaastrutia sosiws at have haaai lelaatarr taaal.
rnooy as to lae soprrloriij oMIr. CVICaaaWM
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