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nosohunii, Arntt. 2, m.
The past week hss contlnncd the spell of business
,lrfVAl1ty, though we trnat With the prospect of
cessation In the prevailing epidemic, that the new
rjnarter will open up in marked contract, not only In
local trade lint In Inter-Hum! bnalnesa and trarel
which has been seriously Interfered with, but to the
grnit benefit, In the end, of all concerned.
Mr. Adam on Monday list sold a number of parcels
ofrnxl estate, which drew forth mnch HVdiy compctl
tlnn, and resulted In very aatlafabtory sales. We quote
fremiti (latette t "At Mr. Adarn'ale room quite
an animated scene was presented, l!ie occasion belnR
the sale of some valnaiilc rent estate In this clly and on
Maul. The bidding ah spirited and theprlccs realized
were fully np to the expectations of tho sellers. The
scene was In wide contrast with the dnll tlmee now pre
vailing, and went for to show that there la still plenty
nf money hero and requires only the rlpht klndof in
vestment to bring It out. The llrst parcel offend aa
the Hudson Itay I'remlsee, situated on the corner of
(ueen and Kort streets, which was started at JU,UW,
and altsrvarloua hlila was finally knocked down to
.lames Campbell, Esq , for $J2,i1j the lot on .Mauna.
ka street, the properly of tho late Admiral Iteynoldt,
was sold to lion. 0, It, lllshop ftit 111); a house lot at
Kakaakotoll II Keellkolanl for$s); twolotsnn King
street, Juat east of Aliiolani Hale, bronnht good price,
'lot No I, sold t) Hon II. A. Wldemann fnrJI,3T5j
No. Jio II. II. Keellkolanl fur SUlsJ, 2 lota in I.aha
Ina to II. II. Keellkolanl for f'land tv) respectively!
1 lot. I.iil Nul. I.ahaina, to lie Aheen for fV.'i The
w hole of the ao ire sales affirretfatcd the snm of $Jfl,&M),
The l.lllkol Hngar I'lantntlon, sltnated In Makawao,
Maul, was net sold."
The leise of the property In Manoa Valley belonging
to the estate of the late Chris, Long that was to hare
been sold by (Mr. Adams on Thursday last was not
offered, but has been postponed till tho Dili Inst. On
tills property wn learn that IS acres nf Kalo land has
water rights, which makes It very valuable for either
Kiilo or nice cultivation
We furnish herewith our monthly summary of ex
ports for March, which shows a small deficit from the
previous month of n,.VI :
Veeeel. Jlet'n. For rat
1 Ida McKay, SI' $
7 I'fogrusa crnlio
111 lletn H K
11 rfeptlmt II K
II W II Dim' SI'
1' I) O Mur'y H K
ai Vivid K Is
31 llclredern critics
itl lleepcr'n H K
ill I, I.ain'011 HK
1SI Atalanla N K
1T7 U of XV H K
J W II .U'yr H F
1 l,V IS
Totals for Mch.. J 4,al 1.1 $ 4W.IVI.7J $ 4,O.VI.f
Totals for Tcb.. fi.riEi (W W)I,BI8 57 610,101.67
Totals for Jan.. 18,751.1)1) 832,(169.81 8.11,110.111
Orand Total. .$ 2H.CSI.41 tifiaMM Jl.568,569.33
s?ORT OF HONOLULU.
Mar SO Am wh bk Pacific, I)al;cr,41 daya from Panama
87 l'MSH City of New Yctk, Seabury, front Syd
ney Htm 0 It ntshop, from Kauai
Hch Mnlolo, from llllo
8S-Htm Kllauea Hou, from Kahnlnl
8U-A111 wh bk A brum Darker, Smith, from crnleo
ii rid Hawaii
Am wh bk Itiiinbow, I.apham, from San Fran
cisco nml cruise
Sell Kulainanii, from Koholalclc
Hch Nettle Merrill, from I.ahaina
80 Sell .leiiny, from Nawlllwlll
Htm Iwabiiil, from Konn and Kan
Stm Juiues Makee. from Kauai
Sell l'rlnco, from lliuiamaulii
April 1 Sch Miirliui, from Kukiilhaelo
Am bk Edward May, Johnson, IIS daya from
Fell Kekniilnohl, from Hanalcl
Sim Mnkolll, from Kuoluit
1 Stm Likellke, from circuit of Hawaii
' 8 Stm I. shun, from liana and Mnhikal
Scb Haleakala, from Kaupokut-a
7 am. Outsld, An Am bk, supposed to bo
1S " ' the Harvest Homo, .Matron, from Departure
Hay via Sau Francisco.
Mar'95-sch Ncttlo Merrill, for I.ahilna
Sch Waloll, for Kohala
Sun .lames Makee, for Kanol.
j. 87r.MSS Ulty of New York, Seabury, for San
S8 Sch Walmalu, for llapnu
Sell Jnlla, for llapnu
89 Am sch W II Meyer, Howe, for San I'ranclsco
Stm Kllautu Hou, for Kaliulul
htm O It lllshop. for Kaunl
' no Am nli bk l'acfilc, llaker, for Arctic
31 Sell Kulumanu, for Koholalele
Sch Malolo, ror llllo
Sch Jennlu Walker, for Onnmea
April! Sell Nettle Merrill, fur Lahulna
blin James Makie, for Kauai
VeucU In Port.
Jalnlt bRtno Nlcolaus,
" 'llnwli'liie I'nmara, Tripp
llnw bk Kalakaua, Jenks
' Am bktno Kureka, Nordb,urg
.(lerS S I.ydlu, Paulsen
Am bktno Koto I'llcklnger, Yonng
Am bglne Morning Star, llray
Am tern Compeer, ltirkliolm
-VT'Am wh bk Ahram llarker. Smith, ofTnnd on
ieAm wh bk Hulnbow, I.upham, off and on
SfAm bk lldward May, Johnson
VomoIk Expeotednt Honolnln, from Foreign
llr bk Alkshaw, Taltc, Glasgow, due, G W Macfarlano
& Co, Agiiits
llrlt bk lllclillyer, Schliemnnii, I.midou via St Michaels,
duu April 6-10, C Ilreer Uo, Agents
Haw bk Kulu. Hothfus, London, due June 1-5, II Hack
fold ,t Co, Agi ill"
Haw lik Hawaii, Whitney, S S Islands, duo in all
April, President Hoard Immigration, Agent
tier bk Muscii, from Hrammen, due, H Huckfcld &
'Am bk Ulii-elilrn, llaclielder, New Y'ork, duo May 1U-15,
Cai-tle A Cooke, Agents
llrlt bk Zoe, Campbell, Liverpool, duo Jlay 10-15, T 11
Qer bk Cider, llohlfs, Ilrcmen, duo May 10-15, II Hock
fold & Co, Agents
Am bktno Kato Sudden, Hales, Newcastle, N S V,, duo
April iO-23, , Agents
Am.bk Harvest Homo, Mutson, Departure Hay, due II
. " 1 Haekfuld A. Co, Aijcnts ,
llrlt bk l'ucltlu Slope, , Newcastle, N S W, due In
all April, Allen A Kobinson, Agents
Am bk Amlo, Sandberg, Newscaatlc, N 8 W, duo
Allcn.t ltoblnson. Agents
Am bktno lliniua Augusta, l'ort Gamhle, for Kahulul
Am sell l.ettllla, , l'ort Gamble, due, II Hackfcld &
Am bktno Discovery, I'cnhallon, San Francisco, to sail
March 10, H Hackfeld Co, Agents
Hoi bk Don Nicolas, Gray, from Nuualmo, due, C
HronerA Co, Agtnts
Am bk II W Almy, Freeman, from San Francisco, to
sail March --, Castlo A Cooke, Agents
Am bktne Klla, Turner, from ban Francisco, due April
1-6, O llrener Co, Agents
Am bktno Wrestler, Schnauer, San Frauclico, to sail
March 14, F T Lcnebau & Co, Agents
r M s Zcalandla, Chevalier, Sydney, due April 11, II
Hackfeld Co, Agents
llrlt ship City of llombay, Lowell, Glasgow, to tall mid
dle March, G W Macfarlano Co, Agents
Am ligtuu I'onauelo, Howard, San Francisco, to sail
Man.li 80, W U Irwin & Co, Agents
Aurbk Llulo Murshall, llirgmanu, l'ort lllakely, due
April K-lll, Allen A ltobiusou. Agents
Haw butno Nlorm lllrd. Tlernev. Soutli bea Islands, due
In all April, President Hoard of Immigration, Agt
Haw sell Kaluna, Cook, from Galapagos Island, duo
A F Cooke, Agent
Am bk Cimdcn, Hurdle, l'ort Gamble, duo April 6-10. H
' Hackfeld Co, Agents
Fr bk Notre Dame Auxfilatrlce, New Castle, NSW
! due April 10-13, Wilder Co, Agents
"Whaler to touch at Honolulu, In aJl
Am bk Atlantic, from New lledford; bk Dan Web
ster, ditto: bk Northern Light, ditto; bk Kllra, from
. The 1' M S S City of New York, W 11 Seabury, Master,
from Sydney, February SI, at 3 : 13 1' M. Sailed from
('Auckland. March 1st, at 11 1' M: March 1th, at 3 1' M. on
Tonga Ulaudt. broke, after crank pin; March 'Jib. spoke
brig lllaucho, from Auckland, for Samoa; March 17th,
'NH3 I'M.nen crank pin In: started ahead, Maieh 18th,
iitl'.s) 1' -M, paattHl through Samoa Islands. Weather
line throughout. Strong N K trades from 1U north.
Tho Cer SH Lydta, Paulsen, will sail for Hong Kong
I o-day iuou.
Thg Missionary Packet, Horning Star, Is atTlbbets
& Snrtmson's wharf, where she Is having a gem ralottr
baullug, preptralory to another trip to Micronesia.
Tho bklae Kate Fllckluger Is at Allen 4 ltoblnson'
wharf: She has discharged her cargu of lumber, and
sails lo-iUy for l'ort Ton nsenil. Cupt (I It Luce, wife
and daughter lake passage u her, 10 be gone about
three months; wish them a pleasant voyage aud safe
4 "Tlie'batk Kalakaua Is at the old Steamship wharf
loading for ban Francisco, to sail about Tuesday next.
The Compeer has discharged her cargo of lumber and
fciulcd to I1 M b b d-icW, whero she has been loading
wiihsdgar for ban Frauclico, for which port she will
Th.ebklue.Kurtkawlllss.il to-day for San Francisco
"iwllh a full cargo of sugar. Wo wish Caiit .Nordburg
JnulCsT pniag na uetttr wvatner tnau neuau 1111 uis
down t;ip fioin Departure Hay.
Tho P M bS. City of New York. Capt Seabury, arrived
,-lmt Sunday morning, 13 days beblud. time. The cause
.of bee dtlay w as the lireaklug of her after crank-pin, on
the 3rd of March, ofl the Tonga Islands, she sailed
again for San Francisco the same evening, taking
quite a number of passengers,
'4 5 hi i 1) bpretkvls, Douglass, sailed from Kahulul for
"boil Francis' 0 on the 21th March, with a full load of
suur, hldi,c and 21 uasseiigvrs.
bch Claus hpreckels. Cousins, arrlyed at Kahulul on
MarvKPU, ll)i day from Sau Francisco, with full
e,nirEoand. passengers. Was quorantlaed 12 hours.
After dlscharglug she will coma lo this port to load for
Tho brig llaxard. at Kahulul, after discharging coal
will tome to Honolulu, to load for ban rrsuclscu.
nrf American Olrl slls,froui kUhulul fyt baa Fran
Th next mall from San Francisco may be looked for
by the Elisor Wrestler, uow due.
y With tdauamt Utiu wo may look for tltf foltowlng
tVrlt'bk Alkshavr, daya out to-dy frow Glasgow
llrlt bk Highflyer, IW days out to-day from Louden
,vs S MlcWls . .
Ge'r bk Musca, 147 days out to-day from DTamtuiu
41,-Vui bk II at vest Home. o day vut ,to-day fiou San
Ala ch Lstlltla, U daya out to-day from Port Oamble
HjI bk Dou Nicolas, days out to-Jay from Nanat-
' 'Tbtu'bk Kdwaril May, JoUoson.rrlveM yesterday
afternoon, slier a duo pas.Jiia of til dijs from Uosloa,
oulugto the strong trades blowlug alths lime she
ouibotcd outside, but wUUow lulopvrl Ibis luurulofi.
From Australia, per C Ity of New York. March 27- N
Tregloan I c merchandise' OW Macfarlane ft Co, I
ca gal Iron I c trees, "casks spirits 1 t'lechorn Co, 4
rolls matllng.Trs milet Hackfeld ,t Co, IB cs butter
Order, Shales wool nicks) Hart Urns. 3 cs candy;
Pickering Co, 1 c mase; Order, Ocs onions, 2." sacxs
potato s, 1 chest tools; II May A Co, HWbags potatoes;
Macfarlane.t lo, 10 colls lashinr'. 70 sks oats, ion ska
potatoes Ilrewer A Co, 63 fks potatoes.
For San Francisco, per City of Sydney, March 27
26IIWJ lb sugar. Dom value JII.SW.1.1; Foreign val,
For San Franclseo, per W JI Meyer, March 27
NK7IB lbs Isnear, WO bags rice. I.'fl bunches bananas.
Dom valnc, S"5,3.VU1; Foreign value, JIIO.
For a cruise, Hslnbow, April I Foreign value, J I I.H).
For I'orlTownsend, per Kate Fllcklnger. April 1
19.SH lbs snar. Dom value, I IIS 81; For val, $7S.
For San Francisco, per Knr'eka, April 1 618.3R7 lbs.
sugar, rvv)bs rice, 4lr hunches bananas. Dom al
f Stl.lS.'H, For val, $IWi.().
From Anstralla, per City of New York, March 27 N
I) Walker, O Sheridan, 130 In transitu.
For Han Francisco, per City of New York, March 27
Mr and Mlssllnrnham, Cnpt Jacob Hrown, wife and 2
children, O K Gardner, Mrs Ilonner and 2chlldren, Miss
O S Parke. .Ins .Moore, J Weir. Mr Weston, wife and
son, C II Wells and wife, 0 N llartlett nnd wife, Mrs
Tclmont and child, Dr Marrcn, wife and 2 children, W
McLean, G A Carter, .1 S Ward, wife and 4 children, J
J Croat, O Ilucklcy, .1 J Davis, 2 Chinamen.
For San Francisco, per W It Meyer, March 2H Mrs
Blown and 5 thlldren, Miss Frarcr, Narry World,
Frank Wenlck, Issae Ford,
For Port Townscnd, per Kite Tllcklnger, April 1
Capt G II Luce, wife and daughter, L Stewart.
For San Francisco, per Knreka, April 1 A Silvers.
OLHSON At llllo, Hawaii. March 23. Mrs. SOPHIA
MHOLKtON, wifenf Itev W II Uleenn, Principal of
tho llllo Hoys' Hoarding School. A character nf rare
loveliness has thus passed aay, leaving a sad old In
that community. Sholeaesn sorrow-stricken husband
nnd three children, the youngest a babe three wicks
THE SATURDAY PRESS
Published for tho HATUmiAY Press Associatiom by
Hook, Job and General Printer,
Honolnln, II. I.
The SATtmriAT I'nKsa cannot undertake to rctnrn
communications, accepted or rejected, and we hate to
renin st correspondents to append their true nanus and
addresses, not necessarily for publication, If to de
sired, but as a guaranteo of the good faith of the writer.
Hii. Satiiiuiat Piir.ss.
APRIL 2, 1681.
We nro glad to boo a notico to emit rac torn
put forth by tho Minister of tho Interior for
tenders for tho construction of tho Marino Kail,
wny, according to plnns prepared by Mr. II.
L. Crandnll. Tho stntcsmanliko prudence, nnd
provision of tho Hush Ministry nnd their
friends, precludo ns from making known thiB,
which wo considor good nows, in advertise
ment form, and so wo mako it known as best
Vfx trust that with tho departure of tho
I.ytlia with her troitblcsomo custoinors wo
may hear tho last of Cliincso troubles on any
extended Hcalo, and when the longed-for ces
sation of tho small-pox enables tho niithoti
tics to rolcaso tho Cliincso now detained in
quarantine, and thoj' aro scaltored about tho
vnrioitH plantations and steadily at work, tho
probabilities of trouble will bo considorablj
reducod. Tho restraints ofquarantiuo must
noccssarily bo very irksome, to say nothing of
tho disappointment folt, and tho consciousness
that no money ib boing made. These combined
go far to mako tho men irritablo nnd discon
tented, so that on tho whole, it must be admit
ted that Ihuy liavo behaved as well as can bo
expected of them.
Amongst tho lots of real proporty sold on
Monday tho 28th tilt., by Mr. Adams, was a
cornor lot facing Fort and Queen streets
known ns tho Hudson's Bay premises, which
was knocked down to Mr. Jas. Campbell for
$2'J,000. An opportunity which may never
again offer, for widening Fort struct, might
peihapsbo taken advantage of now or novur.
Tho purchase of n fow rods of tho Fort street
frontago might cnablo tho now buildings to bo
lot back and tho laud thus acquired thrown in
to widen tho street. Tho buildings at present
oil tho ground must bo removed and if tho new
ones aro commenced on tho site of those now
there, it will bo loo lato, nnd tho crowded nar
row stroot must romain as it is. Ou Bteamor
days it is almost dangerous to drivo past this
corner, and it seouui to us not very difficult to
remedy this once and for nil by taking advan
tage of the present opportunity. If the addi
tional width could bu carried as far as Mer
chant street it would bo u gtuat gain.
Wi: believe wo have good grounds for con
gratulating tho community on the doro.iso of
the epidemic, in tho city nf Honolulu particu
larly, though cases are still not unfrcqucntly
discovered in outlying districts fiom Waialua
to Wui.ilao and umuugBt tho valleys in tho
neighborhood of tho town; niuny casus too aro
roportod as of a comparatively mild type.
From Kauai tho roports aro favorable. Hawaii,
has ns yet escaped frco, so also has Maui,
and with tho return of stoady trade-winds
to refresh audpmify tho air aftor tho hoavy
unwholesome- weather wo have had so much
of lately wo hopo that tho scourgo may bo
speedily removed. It is very necss.try not to
relax precautions just now when tho epidemic
is fulling into moro controllablo dimensions.
No moro risks should bo run, or carefulness
abated, than when it was at its worst, either
by public authorities or private individuals.
Tho Windward Islands should still bo pro
tected us keenly ns ever. It is natural per
haps that whou pcoplo feel that they can
breathe moro freely, and somo part nf their
anxieticH removed, that they may grow moro
iudiffarent and perhaps carolcss; wo therefore
beg to remind overyono to rtMatri on their
guurd, and not to " shout boforo thoy aro out
of tho wood."
It seems to us that tho immigration ordi
nance requires somo alteration in ordor that
tho correct legal interpretation of thi words
"immigrants Booking employment in this
kingdom" may bo easily and accurately ascer
tained. On Thuisduy, March 21th, in tho
course of argument bofuro tho Supreme Court,
in a habriis carpus case, where two Chinamen
petitioned by counsel to bo r cleaned from what
they alleged was unlawful detention in tho
custody of the Doputy Marshal, Mr. Austin,
speaking nit behalf of tho Hoard of Immigra
tion, noticing the proaenco of tho llrtttah
Commissioner, rather pointedly roumrkod that
were thuro fifty Dritith subjects) brought to
this Kingdom they could bo kept iu custody
until, the requirements of the Hoard were com
plied with. This it right enough as tho ordi
nance now stands ; but what we waut to know
is this: what constitute an immigrant within
the meaning of tho Act, and must the fifty
immigrants bo all of one nationality, or may
variou nationalities be counted iu to mako up
the fifty. Suppose, for instance, a vcmqI were
to arrive here with fifty or mora "immigrants
seeking employment" of various nationali
ties, professions, trades, etc.; American, Eng
lish, Qer mai, Chinese, and others; .doctors,
lawyers, engineers), mechanics, laborers, etc.
would tbeo bo called upon, each aud all, to
give an nccotint of his business and resources
to tho satisfaction of tho Hoard or its agents,
or bo detained till they do so, or would any
discrimination be allowed and somo detained
and others set free, or how would such fifty
immigrants bo dealt with ?
Tup. cottrso tnkcti by tho Commlttco ap
pointed to enquire into tho circumstances
nttending tho trial nnd nt.ito of mind of the
condemned prisoner I'oltia, nnd tho petition
presented to tho Princess Itegent on his
behalf, nppcars to us tho most advisablo that
could liavo been ndopled. A number of tho
signers of tho petition wcro called and ques
tioned as to tho motives which induced them
to stato that they "eel insured that tlinro nro
mitigating circumstances to bo brought for
ward, now better understood than nt tho time
of trial," and wo have examined nnd givo else
where, in a condensed form, tho nnswers to
tho questions put by tho Committee. Wo find
on comparing tho replies of twonty-ono who
liad signed, that of these, nt) Ics than fifteen
stated that thoy now nothing of the merits of
tho caso but by recent hearsay, but thought
thoy wero acting for tho furthoranco of mercy
and humanity. Somo stato that tho c.tso was
misreptcicnlcd to thorn by tho canvassers for
signatures, most of them having signed under
thn impression that Dr. Webb hail actually
examined tho prisoner and found hirr to bo
insane. Ono icgrcts having signed ; one now
believes it to huvo been premeditated murder,
and states that in passing by tho office of the
Advertiser ho was called in and induced to
sign, though ho then know nothing of tho c.tso.
Tho most extraordinary Btntomcnt of all
wns that in ado by Dr. Webb, who B.tid that ho
believed, ever since the trial, that the man
was insano, but had never soon him I Father
Larkin stated that it was ho who drew up tho
petition on tho grounds of humanity and his
belief that tho man would bo proved to bo
iusalio, Ono, and ono only, Mr, llaysoldon,
said that ho boliovcd the mnn to bo insano
aud gavo his reasons, not hearsay, for hold
ing that belief. Wo tako it for granted that
nil tho petitioners aliko woro actuated by
feelings of mercy nnd commiseration, but thoy
may bo divided into thrco classes, viz., those
who signed becausu thoy woro asked to tin ho,
knowing nothing of tho caso but by hearsay;
thoso who wero induced to sign by misrepre
sentation; nnd thoso who signed because thoy
object to capital punishment. However laud
able nn object may bo tho endeavor to save u
human life oven whou it has been pronounced
to bo forfoitcd by judgo and jury of tho land,
wo cannot think that tho grounds for signing,
as given by the petitioners, aro sufficient in bo
gntvo a caso as this. Society Sb only kept
together by tho strong arm of tho law, and no
attempts should bo made to thrust it nsido but
for the gravest, nnd woll-groundcd considera
tions. All theso twenty-ono petitioners wero
hnoles. Tho Oommitteo Bit again to-day, nnd
wo hope to hear that tho uativo petitioners
can givo bettor reasons for their action than
thoir whito brethren. Wo thought our citi
zens had had a warning ns to hastily signing
documents offered for signature, just to savo
themselves from the importunities of tho pro
moters, but it seems that tho lesson taught by
bo many of tho memorialists, who regretted
their hasto or carelessness, has not been
TOPICS OFTH DAY.
Tnr. last of tho robuarsals of tho Amatonr
I'inafoio troupo hold at tho Lyceum, camo ofT
on Tuesday last, nnd was pronounced emi
nently satisfactory. It is hoped that tho
operetta may bo given in tho new Music Hall
on Tuesday, 1 0th April. Application for a li
cense has been ni.ido to tho Minister of tho
Intorior. Tho answer was of courso condi
tional, but if the small-pox lias disappeared
in timo wo may expect a laro treat.
Tim Government has written to Mr. Martin,
tho Hawaiian Consul at Paris, accepting his
resignation if unavoidable, but at tho same
timo regretting tho necessity, aud inviting
him to reconsider his decision. Iu tho uveut
of Mr. Martin reporting himself as obliged to
decline to occupy tho Consular position it will
ptobably bo loft vacant until somo fresh neces
sity for filling tho post occurs and a gentleman
suitable for tho post bo found.
Tm; Chief nnd Associate Justices nnd thrco
gentlemen appointed by tho Privy Council to
form tho Committee to enquire into tho allega
tions contained in tho petition got up on
Thursday lust in tho matter of Poluu, lying
under sentenco of death, met at tho Ciiiof
Justice's Offico iu Aliiolani Hale, on Wednes
day morning, and called upon a number of
thoso whoso nnmos woro subscribed to inform
tho Oommitteo sib to tho reasons thoy could
givo for signing tho petition, or tho information
thoy woro possossed of which justifiod thoir
assertion that " thoy fool nssurod that tlioro
aro mitigating circumstances to bo brought
forward now better understood than at tho
timo of the trial. "
" Thk Hawaiian youths " liavo not yot Bot
tled down to their oducation, according to lut
ters reported by tho Atfatrthtr. Indeed, it
soains that Morono, thoir "guide, philosopher
and friend, " has not yet selected thocollego
to which thoy aro to bo sent though ho seoms
to have for tho present decided 011 Italy, as ho
had formorly chosen Qormany, Meamvhilo
theso unfortunate youths stato that thoy aro
dependent on Moreno's " estates " for their
subsistence. If this bo so thoy are greatly to
be pitied, but wo do not quitu sec what is
meant by thoir sayini: that they aro eja wit
ntsset of this fact. Tho truth is that monoy
has long ugo been forwarded to the Hawaiian
Consul ut llrumou, desiring him to furnish tho
youths with ovory necessary, pocket money
and all, aud to remove them from tho euro of
Mr, Morono, who will therefore bo freo to do
voto his whole attention and resources to the
caro of his tsttUei,
Tho removal of the party from Germany to
Italy without tho sanction of tho Government,
will at first render communication tuoru diffi
cult and slow, but by this time it is probably
rectified ttnd the instructions sent to Bremen
Inv of lbs Library ami lUsdln Kooin Association
will Im held this eviuln.-at Us Hom al7i o'clock.
31 tt II. A. I'AIOiULKB, bec'y,
CIO. C. mtATKMIYIR,
FsUCTlCAL 8IUN AND SHOW FAIJITER,
No. 84 Haul U opposite Family Market.
AXIj liTA HiraTIES OF TIIK'Ij ate
Hrm of Urant, Nlebolsoa Brirstoeke ara as
kinad by lbs am of QlUSiT BUIQatTOCKK.
W. rOKSYTK OKNT,
81 It O. 8. BttiaSTOCaCK.
AWORinnr "jsvje xsJawvr.
M H Merchant 81, cor. of fort ft. WO 1
Visit of Her Majesty tho P.ueen to the Small
Qnccn Knpiolnnt visited tho Small-pox Hospital
on tho reef m Saturday last, taking presents of
flowers and various others things, nnd conversed
with those who woro nblo to bo out on tho
verandah. Clio following letter from IMt.lt. tho
Princess 1 eRcnt, n translation of which wo copy
from tho Untitle, was rend to tho patients :
Friend 1 I send my loro mingled with deep
sorrow to you, who are nillicted so uriovoualy with
itmAll-pox, that dreadful disease which is troubling
our community In tlipso days. 'Iho npjicirniico of
this couUrIou nmong us is very piinful to my
mind, moro especially since it has coino in tlio
commencement of my fctdile attempts to lulniln
Isler tlio nllalrsof our KiiiKdom. I'rum tlio timo
when this sickness bewail to spread ninongst us, It
Iiccamo n matter of great nnxtcty to me, what
uuultl ha tho end of .this plairtic, nnd what drond
fill ravages It would mako amoiiRSt us and tlio
Omornment 1ms tried nnd labored arduously no
corditiR to nil the nssistnnco nnd means nt its
iliHtYisnl, to nppenfic nnd restrain tho wldo-sproad-ing
devastation of this pitiless disenao, which Is
working so much evil nmoiufHt us.
On account of the lre I Ix-ar, nnd tlio ncer
ending sympathy with our nation, my uroat desire
is to see you nil healed of jour sickness, anil re
turn in Rood health into the bosoiu of your
Friends, I nak nnd entrent Hint jou will bo
plcamtl lo Incline our curs with favor nnd listen
nttontively to the directions nnd orders of thoso
who ire npiKiinled to administer medicine to you t
nnd m-y tho hlessiiiR nf heaven which passes nil
understanding, with patience, rest, penco and caso
from jour pun, lie Riven to you whilst such ills
trcsiiiig circumstances surround you,
blUUOK.U.ANt, 1. It.
The Palace, March iMth, 18dl.
Kmron SvTunatT Pid.ss : Havo wo any laws In
this Kingdom 011 tho subject of lotteries, until-
hlinp, ito. ? Ami would It he too much to ask jou
to Rho a brief synopsis of such laws for tho In
formation of those of your rcadors who aro not
furnished with a law library ?
And onco mori'. Aro ift enterprises nnd rnflles
held to ho lollcries or gambling ? 1 notico that hi
the Htnto of Now York a recent ilcclsmn holds gift
enterprises to coma under tho Statute nffcctiug
lotteries. X. Y. Z.
With regard to tho first paragraph of onrcorres
tioudont'ri lottor, wo looked through the Penal and
Civil Codes, and in Chnptor XXXIX., Sections I. of
tlio former wo find tho following definition of
gamtnj : " Whoovcr by playing nt cards or any
other game, wins or loses any sum of monoy or
thing of value, is guilty of gaming." Sections II.,
IIL aud IV. divido Gaming Into two degrees, nnd
nward tho punishment to bo inlllcted for the
brcxeh of this law in cither degree. Soction V.
provides that tho loser, having paid his loss, may
sue and recover tho name from tho winner.
In tho Civil Codo, Sections LX.W nnd IrXXX pro
hibit gaming iu jiullie places, hotels, billiard
rooms, bowling alleys, Ac. Session Liws of 18T0,
Chapter V. Section I. cnncls that " Whoever Is guil
ty of gaming shall bo punished by fino not exceed
ing one hundred dollars, nnd by imprisonment nt
hard labor not exceeding sixty dits," repealing
Chapter XXXVII. Section II. of Penal Codo.
Tho second paragraph of tho letter can only bo
authoritatively answered hy tho Attorney General
or other couiputout lawyer.
Wo cannot find tho words " lottorv " nr " ratlin "
In either Penal or Civil Codo, or In any Sossion
liaws of the last ton years. Va.
We congratulato tho plucky Juniors on their
victory on Saturday. Tho gamo was won in
one innings by tho Juniors, the Seniors going in
twice but coming out 8 behind their opponents. Of
the victors. Perry Hi, and J. Lishmau II, stand
highest, Kdward Uowsott next for t). Of the
Seniors, T. Lishmau with 12 in each innings wns at
tho top of the list. Wo append tho score. To-day
tho P. C. C. will play the Ld Kloveu of tho II. C. C.
Seniors In! Inniinjs.
S. Harrison b Llshman 6
R. S. bcrltngi'our b b w b I'erry I)
O. II. Luce. Jr. b I'erry 0
T. l.isliman b I'erry yz
K. W. Ilnldswurtb 1) Lislnnan 1
I. M. Hniinz.v b I'erry I
J. 0. Tucker b Perry a
A. Kills c II. WodcboiKu b l.isliman (I
II. M. Whitney b l.lslim.in 0
A. Una c Jlurphy b l.Islnnan I
W. JIoiiKirrot mil out t
Dyes;), leg byes 1 I
Junioiit 1st Itlniuns.
K. Terry c anil b bcriinfeour
Lislnnan st Harrison b l.isliman
jiiiruur n w 11 Bcningcour
II. wodehnnso Jr. c Whitney b I.Uhman.
A. Wuditiouac c Whitney b Llshman
A. .T. (Innnfn., It l.l.limut, . . . . . ..
Don sou b l.lsbinan
Iln.. .nt, a ltnl.1-.. ....I. I. tt.n-..
......c-.v ,u,u- ,, ,t , u I.IPUItttlll. ....... .
H. Jndd Jr. nut out
a. Coinly b Llshman
No ball 1
Scniois 2l In iii iips.
K. H. Hoidsworth c Wodebouso b Lishmnn..
T. Lishmau not out
b. Harrison b l.isliman
It. h. bcrimeour by I'erry
A. Itosn c Gunning It Lishmau
J. O. Tucker b J. Llshman
O. II. Luco Jr. b I'erry
11. -M. Whitney not out
A. L'llis u .lucid Ii Lislimiin
W. .Muiitarrut c Wodebouso b Llshiuau
llje 1, legbjo 1
From Oar Hilo Correspondent.
IIilo, March 26, 1831.
EDrron Saturday Pbess: Mokuawcoweo is still
active, but not particularly so. Wo still seo tho
threo flows from here. They havo not illuminated
tho heaoas aa brightly ns usual lately, as tho
clouds bpuin to settle down on the Hows aud moun
tiin ocry night. Parties have been to i-eo tho
flows nnd have seou them with but little dilUculty,
and report ono of tho Hows from one to tlirtu milts
broad. Two aro moving towards Puna and one
direot for Hilo. Wo havo not had a single case of
small-pox. Our President of tho Hoard of Health
keeps a very sharp lookout. Wo nro having about
our usual amount of rain. Wo were Rind to see tho
Likellke again to day bringing us letters and shall
ho rejoiced when wu can hear more oheering news)
from Honolulu. J, A. M.
The steamer Likellke brought one hundred and
frill nitttlltltntl tn AfnlmlsrtHn aTj-. a. l.n IT 11 11 sTTa
Gradiug was commenced on tho 25th, tho next day
uuer luuir iirriviil
Tiieue wns nn Informal meeting held In Kohala
on the evening of tho 2CtU ult. nnd every ono wns
preparing to get either seated or excited over tho
roport that thuro wero several cases of small-pox
among tho It. It. Co.'s Chinamen, but all wns
(piloted, when it was discovered to be a groundless
Places of Worship.
SiAXix'aHETiiii-Itev K O Camon, Chaplain, King
atroet, iiear the, bailors' Homo. Preaching at 11 a u.
Meats free, babbalh School before the morning service,
Prayer meeting ou Wednesday evcnitigs at 71,, o'clock.
Foot bmisET Cia-ncii-Itcv W Krear, Tastor, corner
of Kort and llcretanla streets, touching on Bunilaya
at 11 Axand7i r. Habbath School atlO x n.
8t ANimur'a CATiiKiiiULr-Kngllsh services i lit Iter
thu lllsuop of Honolulu ami ltev Thus lllackburn. Ha
wullau srksi ltev Alex Mackintosh, fi.ao, Holy
Communion; U.:m, Matins anil Hcrmoii (Hawaiian); II,
Matins. Litany und berniou (English); 4, Kvensong
(Hanallan); ..:!U, Bicusoug and S.'rinun (HiiiMlah).
Hymns (lnjllsh), luoriiliifil 80, sSS.iW: cvenliiKl SIS,
Kawaiaiiao Ciiuhcii Iter II II Parker, Instor, King
street, above theU'alnee. Services In Hawaiian every
Muudayat II a m. . babbath bchool at 10 a m, Evening
;ei vices t"H o'cWk, altnriialltie v.lth KaumaLaplll.
District meetings In various chapela at a 30 r u. J'rayer
meeting every V 'slnesday at ?H I" .
KavmaKai-iu Ciiciicii ltev M Kuaea. Pastor, Here
tanla street, near Xuusuu. Sen Ices In Hawaiian every
tiunaayat IC',, a m. Mabbath bcluml itUii A it. Even
ing services at 71i o'clock, alttrnatlnz w lib Kawalabao
I'tayrr meetlnj every Wednesday at iVi v k.
Koman Oatiiiiuo Oiiriicii- Under thu charge of lit
Ittv UlshniiMalzu-t, assisted by Hey father Hermann;
Kort street, niar lleretanla. Mm Ices every Hunday at
10 a ii and-' V x,
CoHBt'LAUO I'K U)S EsTADOS UnIIMIS I
IlKMejICJ, EK HuSOLl'LC, J
A loa Ciidadauosdela Kepubllca 1'cjlcanat Los iiue
pertunexcau a stu ltcpitllca, sou avlsidos por medio
de este Oonaalado, da rejlstrar su nombres lo'maa
pronto poslble, i Bu Uoconsegulr la deblda piotecclon
del Goblerno. ;srs ;ss Interests que rcprcscnUu eu ii
ta cludsd y las deuias Iilaa de Hawaii,
It. W. Lsixa, Cixsci. us Mtjicn.
Oflclna, Calle de Port, No. M. Honolulu, II. 1. 81) Vt Sia.
To the Sugarllanufacturfs of the Hawaiian Islands.
I'. TULI.Y would respectfully offer his services as s
bujar Uoller, harluv had twenty jears experience Iu
that capacity la other countries, and three Iu this, lie
feels competent to fill the position In any Ilolllng
House In this Kingdom. Good references given If
required. ADDKKHH BOX Ml.
t ai Ilia Post OtBcii Honolulu
from the Sydney Daily Telegraph, Jiiiu as, 1680.
The Waltbaoi Watch Company have been awarded the
only gold medal given for watches at the bydney Inter.
satloual Exhibition, and are the only exhibitor In any
data from the United Slate who hive received tbl
O O XT' 1 13 X .
1 to 100 Bngs Selected at 16 cts.
roit sAi.r. itY
J. C. COOPER,
at 3m Kona, Hawaii.
X POINTED Kxccnlnr of the estate of T K.Cooke,
late of Knit, llanall, deceased, hereby riquets nil pel
sons owing said estate to present their claims to, and
all persons having claims agslnst said estste will pre
sent them to the undersigned within six months from
the first notico of this publication, or they will be for
ever haired. W, (.', I'AHKE,
31 -It Executor estate T.E.Cooke, deceased.
BY VIUTUK OF AX KXKCtfTIOlV
Issued o-il of the Htinreme Court upon a Judftmeiit
airilnsl () Armstrniip, Hefenilant, In favor of II, A.
Uidemann. I'laintlrft In execiitlnn for the fnni nf Four
Thousand Three Hundred and Mnetj-two Dollars, I
have levied upon and shall expose for sale In Honolnln,
at the front door of Aliiolani Hale, at 13 o'clock noon
nn Thursday, May Mh, A. 1). 1KSI, nil thnrlvht, title and
Interest nfsald II. Armstrong, of, In, and to the Uln
will u Sugar Plantation. Kull particulars on day nf sain
unless said judgment, Interest, costs ami alt evpenaes
be previously satisfied. W. O. I'AHKE, Marshal.
Honolulu, April 1, 181. 31 It.
Notioe to Creditors
rpiIE irXDHHHIOlVHI) IIAV1XO
X bien duly apiinlnted Adiiilnlstriitrlx of the enslnle
nf Leon Dejcan, late of llonoltilii, ileciased, notice is
hereby given to nil persons to ptesent their claims
against the estate of said Leon flejean, duly antlien
tirnled, whether secured by mnrtrsgo or otherwise, tit
CECIL HltOW.V, Attornty nt l.nn.nt his olllce. No. H
Kanhiimaim Htrect, Honolnln, Ualin, within six months
front the date hereof, or they will be forever barred.
And all persons Indebted to said estate arc hereby re
nuested to make Immediate payment tosild CIICII,
Dali d Honolulu, April 2nd. 1HSI.
.Mii.i.r. iii.j i,.., Aiiuunisirairit
ill It of thn estate of LeonDeJenn, ileienscil.
JUNE 11th, 1881
ok .Fuxrc JM
JL expected to bo
THE EVENT OF THE YEAR
And great encouragement will ho olTerid to breeders
and nw in ra nf Cholic block, to test Hie speed nnd Im
prove tlio breed of thoir animals. Trainers and ownei '
should not Inso slglitof tho fact that the iindtrslgucd
has on hand
a ('Hoick i.or or
NEW ZEALAND OATS!
I'reo from dnt. sonnd and fresh Inst the tho thing to
give bottom and spirit to racing stock. Kor solo by
A. W. BUSH l CO.,
81(1 31 Bt Fort Street.
NKW UK0CKIIY & FKKI) STORE.
HAS OPJ;N33D A GltOOKitY AND
No. 109 KING STREET,
Whero he will bo pleased to servo his friends nnd tho
nubile In general with any nrtlclo In his lino nt the
lowest market prlcts.
Fresh Island IlitMer rt'cclved every week.
30 8H Q I VI! HIM A CALL. tf
T "VVITjTj G1A'"K f?U5 TO KNOW" WHO
X are the OrlgloaloroftheMnllclons Stories that have
been circulate nbnnt me, nnd I hereby give nntlcitlint
I will piosccutu nnyone clreiiliitlng such reports. 'I his
Is nolliinkmii, I mean business. A. MuW'AVNE
H. M. MOORE,
Practical Job Printer,
NO. 104 FORT STREET,
(Over Mcllls' Htore.)
30 All orders faithfully attended to. ly
TOAUKIVE l'Elt "ZOE,"
FOIl SALE I1Y
THEO. M. DAVIES.
nAvi.xi ii;i:x Aiioiivri:i aiidiikin.
trutor of thu Estntn of Eih.anl Evcnlt, lulu of
Honolulu, deeeiifed, all iicrsonHlinvlng claims against
tlio said estnto nro hereby notllkd to present thn same,
duly authenticated, within six indnths fruui this date,
or they will bo forever Inured; mid nit persons owing
said ettulu to maku payment to thn undersigned.
A. .1. UA.IITWKIUHT,
Administrator Estl te of Kdw'd Everett.
Mnrcli 19. 1881.
Siiimjk.mi; couijt or Tin: ha
wiilliin Islands, In Probate. In tho Estutoof C. S.
1IAHTOW, of Honolulu, deceased. Intestate. Before
Mr. Justice Judd.
On reading -ind filing thn petition or Diehard F. Tllck
ertnnundJ C) Tucker of Honolulu alleging tlnn C. 8.
lliirtownf Honolulu, died Intcatntn nt Honolulu, on tho
10th ilay nt .March, A. 1). 1MI, and -proving that letters
of Aduiiuietriitinn issue to them, nnd tli.it In the mean
while they bo appointed temporary Administrators.
It Is ordered thut TUESDAY, lln fifth day or April.
A. I). 18dl bo nnd hereby Is appointed hor Inuring said
Petition befoni tho said Justice, lit tho Court Itooiii or
this Court, at Honolulu, at which timo and place, nil
persons concerned may appeur and show- eausc, it any
titer have, why said Petition nhocld not bo granted,
and that this order be published In tho English Ian
giMgo lor throe successive weeks hi the Saturday I'rcsa
newspaper in Honolulu.
Dated Hoiiolitln, H.L.March 18lh, A I). 1881.
A. VHANKIH JUDD,
Attesti Jno. E. IlAUVAnn, JuatlccSupreme Court,
Clerk. 2U at
Ciiitt'i'ii' soi n r ok tiki: iitw.iii.t.N
Hlitnds.Sd Circuit, in Probvtc. In the Estato of
DANIEL LYONS, of Lnhatna, deceased, Intestate. He
fore Jlr. Justlev Fornander.
On reading and Ullug tho petition or .1. K. Wilder, a
creditor or Daniel Lyons, or Honolulu, alleging that
Daniel Lyons, of Lih-iliia, JInul, died luttstute ut Lu
liHitiuim the-.'Jddayor Juiiuiiry.A. D. 1881, and praying
that Letters of Atlmliistrullnn Issue to him, It l or
dored th.it THUUSDAY. tho 3lt day nt JIAIICH, A. 1).
1881, ut ID A, M.. bu and hereby la appointed fur hearing
said petition beloro the said Jusllco, In tho Court Itoim
or this Court, at Lahaltia nt which timo and place all
persons concerned may appear and show cause. It any
they have, why said petition should not bo granted, una
that this order bo published Iu tho English languugo
for three conaecutK) weeks In thn "Sutuarday.l'rcaa,"
o newspaper published In Honolulu.
Dated Luhaluu, II I., .March 3d, A. 1). 18SI.
23 t Circuit Jinlgo. mid Judicial Circuit. II. I.
THE UNDEItSIONED OFl'EHB
THE BALANCE OF HIS STOCK
AT GItEATLY I.EDUOED 1'ltICES,
Consisting of the Following Godi, viz:
itolU UcBt Chitm No. 1 Matting,
CheaW Huperiur To.i, Chum tjiiks, Fitn,
And Other Fancy Goods.
N. II. Up Stairs, over F. T, Lenehan A Go's, Nuuann
Street. 85 ii) am
PROPERTY. FOR SALE
IN NORTH KOHALA.
TIIK UNDintSIGNKI) Ill-UNO
obliged to learo the Islands, oilers for sale, In lots
to a ill buyers, the whole of
HIS PE0PEETY IN NORTH KOHALA,
Cuno anil lVsturo I.untls, JIuitKeg, llulldlngs
stml Wliurf, llonn'H uutl Cuttle,
Cane and Horse Wagotts, HiiIMIik; and Wheclwrlghtlug
Materials, Ueneral Merchandise, Ac., Jco.
If not sold by the llrst day nf June the above will be
offered at public auction. Km-terms, imply to
g)gni M.MT.MXKM. Kohala.
fTitlK ABOVE HKWAKIi H'll.I. HR lAII
to any nersvn or peri nut who will rlve such Infur
matlou as will lod to the arrsit of I.EO.NO LUNtl, who
InNlcltd the wounds on HA LEE, a Chinaman, In
I'anoa Valley on SUNDAY, tltenth InstanK
Haldl.KONd I.UNOisaN.ut years of age. short
and sloul In build, baa a large priiuilii'n! nose, fair
complexion, rataer light. W. O. I'AHKE.
bit ! let . Marshal.
TO AKK1VE VEK " KALE,"
rmr am nr
II. HarttriilJ s PI.
ACOTTAGK OF FIVE ROOMS.
mil. ,E.l"lu''9''atnPla', comer of Lunalllo and
Pllkoi streets. ' !T7 tf
VX7IltI.ArTKMI TO MlitCHAKllINU TMK.
.J..aI'H from Voielgo. ports. WrlzhlDg of Hagar
DILLINGHAM & COMPANY,
KO. 37 F011T, STltt'.KT, HONOIjUI.U,
RESPECTFULLY CALL ATTENTION to the New ami jtamrtal Lines
of Gvwh, jitrf n rival rum New York nnd San Francisco, ex "Hesperian,''
"Murray? "Kalakaua," " Wrestler," and other late arrivals, which they offer at
the lowest market rates. Jeartje invoices of Choice Goods to arrive per " Zoe," from
Liverpool, and " Cheshire," from New York.
All bIzcr, nitulo lo onr onlor, cxlrn Rtrniirj.
SULKEY TLOAVS. Vlra riowrnrln connlnntly on linml.
AVATElt FILTERS AND COOLERS,
A new Invnlco of tlio ravorllo HyRlnnlo l'orotm Filters, .Towolt's Wntor Flltorn nil
Coolers, iiml Coolcm only, nmortcil bIzos.
llllll) 0A0ES, TKtjIJOItAIMC wntn,
KEROSENE OIL-high test, best quality.
Hrtvlng tnnilo nrrnnticnicntFi to import illrcct Irom firnt linniln, wo rtro now prepared lo ofTor
tlio lieat oil in tlio in.trkot (100) ut fnvornlilo rates. Tliln oil In lironglit from tlio Enat to Snn
Fniticisco liy titllrnnil, In cnrn owncil liy tlio Ctinipntiy, Mill Iho pront Iosb from leiiltngo nnil
ilolorionttion Ir nvoitlctl. Tho oil in put np in Ohiib mill ll.trrels. In tlio littler form It will lio
foitnil n ijrcnt cotivcnlcnco lo futnlllcH nml rotnllcm. Tlio Imrreln nro lltictl with hoavy tin, iiml
nro provided v.illi u ctiuvonlcnt fnncct. No loiikiiRO, nnd no clinrRo for cniitnttiortt whloh nro
retiittinlilo when empty. Wo can iilno Biipply low test 011b, giinrniitccil to pass tho Govern
ment Teat, nt reduced intcfl,
POWJ")Elt, SHOT, GAPS,
Of English mid Amoriuuii Mnmifacturo, In p:tokn(;cR (o milt.
A fresh invoice of tlio Celcbrnteil "
Will cnclt find n fresh nnd Well AsBorlotl Stock of Implptnonts, Tools nml
Supplies Rtiitod to his requirements.
LAMPS, CHAMJKLIEllS ANfl LANTERNS,
GA1UUAOE LAMPS-NEW STYLES AND PATTERNS.
LUI1IU0ATINQ OILS, i'n, Unadulterated, &$f- Ubo gomiino oils if yott wish to prcsorvo
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
Full Links ok
SlIELF HARDWARE, CUTLERY, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, PAINTS, OILS,
VARNISHES, TURPENTINE, BRUSHES, 'ETC.
Continentnl Oil nnd Transportation Co.
IIiiIIhIIo'h Unrlicd Wire nnd Staples,
Hnllldio'H Pntoiit WiroRopc,
Ave rill's Chemical Paints,
Tho IJnin Wtigon,
DILLINGHAM & CO.,
IS 3NTES W
Where they nlll anil n
Dry and. Fancy GroocLs!
JUST KEC1EIVKD TEIl "MKE I'OO" AND "AU8T11AIJA,"
Dress Goods Department.
lllack bilk tlronitillno.
Mack bilk llunlltiKs,
IHiltcllu ilc I.lou,
All Shades of Satins, Silks,
Fringes, Ituttoiis nnd Trimmings,
To mutch all tho iit o.
Also, an endless variety of Alpacns, Merinos,
Worsted, Woolen, nml Ilmprcs
Lawn Dress l'at
Initios' I OonU'
HeaNy Hhi Hand Shawls,
Silk Jiohalr ditto,
i'aiicy ditto ditto.
Kino lieaiy NiclttROwns
Fino Merino Vests,
Klnollrltlslt !J llnso,
Kino Col. ditto ditto,
Finn Tneed bulls,
Fine Hoy's ditto.
Kino Hats and Caps,
Flint Wh. Alpain Coats,
Whlto linen buck ditto,
Illllo ditto ditto,
Wh. Marseilles Vests,
Mack and Colored I.nco Silk Mitts.
Glows, lies. Collarettes and 8liols,
Adliistabla Front and Side, Ilust Corsets,
no and Colored Silk Scarfca and Tlce.
Grantlproparatlona are being made for my
XK-ST HV"II2TVrX,OIlY SAL.lL,TtI.
Due notico of which will
Watchmaker, Jowoller, Engraver,
NO. 6 KAAHDKANU ST.
ALL KINDS AND STYLES OF JEWELRY
Made to oritur, unique In design, and of the
most approved patterns
Kukul JewelzT a Specialty
Wutchcs of tlio FinoHt Mcclmiilsiu
BY COMPETENT WORKMEN.
At Low llalis, ami Warranted.
Eiigravlnir aud StonoltiotUug rromptljr At
rw-I holrt anyssrir itrrsusnally rwMHsiali
lorHll kimmU rtitt'ii.lr,! my rare and assure all
uiy patrons of perfect .ecurlty uf thslr nood. ID Dm
Change of PurtuerNhin,
SMOW KUNG AND All SING
lately dolpK business In Honolulu, Hawaiian
nds, under the firm naniu of Wins Wo Tal & Co
lias sold out their wholesale and retail slock In trade
im l.iaui.iKiu interest, i" . unin nun, r lloiioulu.
aintlunirWoACii., of Sail Francisco, wltl, the exclu
stve rliiht to the said llrm nstno of Willi! Wo Tal A Co .
said sale to take cifect on tho 1st day of April, A. D
IMI. whereby the .aid K. Chin Wunand 1nn7wu
Ji. dolne , business as Wins Wo Tal &Cp. will, after
"1B V.'ft ,..t'f ' ot lPf,l c'llect all actouiit, die and
pay all llablllllus owlug by the late Arm.
O. MOW KUNG,
A. NINO, '
K. CHIN SUN.
TOHII WO A CO.,
per K. UIHN HUN.
OMOW KUNC AND All SING,
i .i P"'1"'""' I'" Brm of Wlnis Wo Tal A. Co., ami
Ijfi'Ji t,s!',i,,.ni ,n "'""''t Jiallan Islands, will,
ifi ri-,h.1 Ul itr of,.-D". A.I, IWI. continue U do a
wholcsAla and retail mirchandise and spirit jobblnc
u id.lVi V Nu' sa V.UW."U W1' '1 a',, Uonululu,
. .... HBM.V w hiuk nvbiisua lii,
o. mow kima,
A ttivo r
E, omx sun: ov noNOijUiiir.
fi.i 5 , f Co wl'ii "' the 1st day of April, A.I).
if?,Lid " t No. IM Nuuann lrei. In Mid
IrHS -1iLtt u,,1" 'J'0 fl,w 0u' u Wlu Wo Tal Co.
X. CHIN SUN,
TONCI WO Co.
par K. CHIN MUN.
TaSftHSH A?.?"fcT r.r.
Gfto?uzzu .irSsK " -ar
Cnrbolizcd" 3 & I ply, nnd " Stnntlnrd" 3 & i ply
Albany Lubricating Compound,
California Wiro Works,
Albany Cylinder Oil.
W FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
M. MEL LIS
tho pnbllo to
I.arj(0 and Suitable Variety of
House Furnishing Goods.
lied, Whlto nnd Unbleached Damask Table Linen),
Table Covers and Napkins, to match.
Itep and l'rlnted Wind Tabic Covers,
Lace Curtains and Tidies,
White nnd Colored Iledspreads,
French Marseilles Quills.
I. nee nml Kmhroldered 1'ltlnw Shams,
Hiisslan, Whlto Crash and Linen Toucls,
Mnrbellied Oil Cloth, '
Mosquito .Seltlnr, '
Ac, ic, Ac.
Children and Babies
Point, Ilonitnn, I.lnen, Valenciennes, Venice, Caro
line. l.attKtildoc and I'lllowcnsa Laces,
Embroideries and Insertions, p
l'laln, Oros, Drain and l'lcateil ltlbbons.
Quilled Satins, ' ,
wax Heads, I'lowers r
r.mbrolderv, Worsted and Crochet I'attorn Boolu.
Worsted, Embroidery Silk, '
Linen Floss. Carilhonrds, ,
Chenellles, Crochet Nirdlcs, H
Whlto and Colored Java Canvas.
&c, ike. lie.
be Riven Ina future Issue by
MEL LIS, Brewer's Block.
TO PLANTERS AND OTHERS
I UK1 TO NOTIFY
Planters and the Public
THAT I AM 1'UEPAIITED TO
rUKNISH PLANS AND ESTIMATES
Steam Portable Tramways,
With or without Cars and Locomotives,
Specially adapted for Sugar PlanUlleaa t
Htenm riorjKblnR and CuUlvrtlnR Mactdnery.
'Irnctlon Entne aud llooul LooomotiTM.
LoooinotlTt-s lor niiy k.iuKo ol Hallway,
Portablo ttiRitteH for nil purpose.!, '
Windinti Enninea for Inclines..
MESSRS. JNO. FOWLER sk CO,
Of Leeds. England, whom 1 represent, base saonlled
I'orta ilc llallways for Sugar I'lantutlons "cgla.Yrlnl.
dad. Demarara, Peru and Mexico, for all of which bImm
they havo snpulnd hleam I'loualilitj, Marhlhery.
lltey have ulso dnrlnir the lasflS year, n atiiifsctured
L'Rd.8:, nt.'.nV.r-.rncr" "" t &
.They liatoenpiilledlhe HoYcrilinenlsof Oreat Hrltalc.
2'':nx. "' "a ,u,y '" Traction Kulaaa
numbers for private use. ' r"
iiouoiu in wi Uiii v:':'.r.. '.' """" ui
f.,.i.....' .;. tt:.-". "V". "
La ubieties, with Illustrations, models and photo-'
it ii vowrvo .
. .. , ... "" rOWI.KlI CO.
. H.-I propose to visit the different Islands atarinr
luit few weeks, ami sb.n I... ,.i..u i,. .... .J "
JNO. KOWI.EIt' CO,
rV. "" suu" w.riiicrr to cacn locality,
it. ii. nt
F.T. LENEHAN AsCO
QFPKU KOtt BALK
Tho Following GosxU,
KX LATH AKHIVAL8.
Bait Cal. Hard Xsd Bricks,
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Caska HeimeaiMiyllrandj ,Waa4,
usiwrna. i Haw
B?H Shaft, aad V
AIM. Alo. PnHs i- .7"
Wkkk will be mt at U4TfU,
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.tiloani Aasmi. um
i.rrrv.'saT'f )-sa sat p. TiMiM