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jiosor.ui.v, Avnn. in, isst
Th'WeeV opened op with considerable nnlmiitlnn In
hnslnes circle, eou'eiinent upon steamer day. And
nlTonled a pleasing contrast In the several preceding
weeks. The nrrlml nf the I M H 8 Zealandla on .Mon
day night with a very larire nnmbr nt passenger s In
transit, and lirr rennlnliiRllll the alternoon of Tuesday
(rave all concerned n njrrernble change, illpraray In
port was well Improved, Inasmuch as she Irs-ik on
hoard 1,109,101 . of tijrafln the short llnv she was
here. Till Is the largest cargo we believe yet shipped
fiomfifris though truce are numbers last mnge from
l,t"X),il to t,VH.UU Vir.
The total valnsof iixptiTti for tlic w Cck foot up
The arrivals for the wesk have not Wn as brisk as
m expected, On the morning of the- llth we wert
favorw by the appearance of tlieConmelo offtheport
freai Sn Kranclieo, but disappointed t her bringing
no null", and reporting the rest of the looked for Tea
tell te twitting the arrival of the City of New York,
8h brings an assorted targoof miscellaneous mer
chandise, bat principally comprising building material
for the Sprcckels' mansion.
On Thursday last Mr K. P. Adam disposed of the
ltt, hy anctlon, for ten jcaraof the Manoa property
of the Long estate to Metira, Oray and Hllva for an
annual rental of JJ UUicr than this wchavo heard
of no transactions worthy of note.
Yesterday Mas obsi-rved very generally an a holiday
(led day nf ped.il prayer for tho health and prosperity
rf t,h nation, aide sired by proclamation of the 1'rlncess
Th next departure for the Coast will be the bark
Kunard May and Conauolo, both capectlng to Ret away
shortly after the arrival of Hie City of New York, which
l looked for on Monday
PORT OF HONOLULU.
April 9 Hch I'anahl, from linnolpo
Hch Warwick, from Kalnupapa
Hcli.Irfinlc Walker from Oiionici
10 "tni Mkelilc. from Windward I'orta
Him Kllauen lion, from Kuhiilul
11 Ualatci sell Vivid, f'awlcy, d daya from Fun
Am aih Leilila, lllttacbre, .11 daya from
Han Ui (llovnnl Aptant, Kngllsh, 18 dnya
from Wiislilngton la
Am wh bk Sapplio, IMiek. from llllo
I'MSS Zealamlla, Uiovaller, Iruia Hydnev
rich Ni'lllu Morrill, from l.nhnlna
Hch Ji'iiny, from hanal
Hch IIII una, fr.im (loknl.t
Hch -1 nl l.i, from Koh.ila
12 Hch .Mnnuokawal. from llanamaulii
1 Hcli fii'iibl, from Kuhala
Hch Kekanltiahl, from llanalel
Htm Iwalnni, from Kona and Kan
IS-Hcli I'rlnei', from Malmkona
Hlnl ,fna Makeo, from Kauai
II Am btni) f'onsiiel'i, Howard, 20 days from
Jf Sell f'atarlnn, from llanalel
Htm l.i.'liuj, from liana A. Molokal
111 Htm O it lllshop, from Kaiial
April 9 Am bklne Hlln, Turner, for Han Francisco
Am wh bk Northern I.l"lit, Campbell, for
Hrh Maun, for Kohala
11 Him !,ihiia, tnt .Molokal and liana
Him U It lllsbop, for Knii.il
rch Wiiltiijilti. fur Kolialn
12!' M H H Zealandla, Obuvallcr, for San Fran-
Htm I.lkellkc, for windward ports
Htm Kllaiini lion, lor Kuhultil
Hch Neltlu .Merrill, for l.nlinlna
11 Am wh bk Happhn, Kdlck, for Arctic
Hch W.illelo, for Walunno
Hch IJIIamn, fur Kolialu
Hch Maiiuokiual, for llanamanla
11 htm lualanl, for Knua and Kim
Htm .las Maker, fur Kauai
Hch Kt'kniilnohl, for llniiatcl
Heh l.eabl, for llonnlptt
Hch I'auulil. fur OoknU
VcssoIh in Port.
,Ialult bgtne Mcoluus,
linn bstne I'oinnrf. Tripp
Am lump .Monilni; Htnr, llray
Am tile Kdnard May, ,Iolmson
Am bk Harvest Home, Matson
llol bk Dun Nicolas, (Iray
Itaiatea sell Vhld, Caw ley, anchored ontaido
Am sell I.ctltla, llltlstheu
Haw sell Qluvunl Aplanl, I'licllsh
Am bjtnc Vonaueln, Howard
VoshoIh Kxpootod nt Honolul n, from "Forolsn
llr bk Alkshaw, Tnlte, Olasgow, due, O W Macfarlano
A. Co, AgLiitH
llrlt bk Highflyer, Hcbllcmunn, Loudon via St Michaels,
duo April rlO, O llrewrr Co, Agents
Haw bk Kule, Itolbfus, London, iluo June 1-5, II Haik-
frlil A Co. Aei'iilx
Haw bk Haali, Whitney, H H Islands, duo In all
Atiril. President Hoard Immigration. Airent
(ler bk Mura, from
.. . .. . ...,'
iirammen, due, ji iiacKiem ,v
Am bk Clie'liiri", Itachelder, New York, duo May 10-15,
Cnstlu ,t Cooke. Airents
llrlt bk Zoe, Campbell, Liverpool, duo May 10-10, T II
(ler bk Ceiler, llulilfs, llremcn, due May HMD, II Hack-
feld ,t Co, Agents
Am bktno Kate Huddcii, Hates, Newcastle, N S W, duo
May&-10 , Agents
llrlt bk IMclllc Slope, llarnes, Newcastle, S W, duo
.May 1-3 Allen .t llnbluson, Agmts
Am bk Amle, Handberg, Newsciisllc, N S W, to
sail middle April, Allen A Knblnsou, Agents
Am bktne L'mnin Augusta, Port Oaiulde, for Kuhiilul
Am bktnu Discovery, Peuiiallow, Hun Francisco, to sail
March 20, II llackfold A Co, Agents
Am bk II W Almy, Freeman, from Han Francisco, to
sail March 2ft, Castle ,V Cooke, gents
Am bktno Wrcstbr, r?i.hiiauer, Hnn JrancNcn, to sail
.March 20, F T Louehaii A Co, Agents
llrlt ablp City nf Horn bay, Lowell, (llasgow, to sail mid
dle .March, (? W .Maefarlanu A Co, Agents
Am bk Llzzlo Mursball, ntrgmann. Port Illakely, duo
Allm A Koblusou, Agents
Haw bgtneHtorm ltlrd, llerney. South Sea Islands, due
in all April, President Hoard of Immigration, Agt
Haw sell Kaluua, Cook, from (lalapagos Island, duo
A V Cooke, Agent
Am bk Camden, Hurdle, Port (lamble, duo II Ilackfeld
A Co, Agents
l'r bk Notro 1 unio Auxlllatrlcv, New Castle, NSW
due Wilder A Co, Agents
Am tern F.a, Paul, Humboldt, due May 1-5 Wilder A
Am bktne ,f A Falkinburg, Hubbard, San Francisco
lovliii'- April 1. Castlo A Cooke, Agents
Am sth Twilight. Whitney, Sun Francisco, for Hllp,
loidlng March 23
Am bitnoT W Lucas, Wcntwnrth, Port ftamblo, load
ing March 23, 11 ilackfeld A-Co. Agents
Am tern W L Ileebee, Krschen, llnmbolilt
Am bktne Amelia, l'oye, Newcastle, N S W, loadlnj
1' M S H City of New York, Seabury, San Francisco,
duo April 111, II Ilackfeld A Co, Agents
Ucport nf the S H Zeulandlii, Chevalier, Commander
March Ith at 1:25 p. m, lift Hydne, arrived at Auck
land on -"Jlli, afJiW p. m.. ami left at 8:20 p. m.' re
ceived Honolulu pilot on board nl 7:20 p in. April llth.
Han Francisco -Arrived March III, Am tern A P Jor
dan, hence. Feb '.'-!. March 23, Am bktno J A Falkln
burn, Anderson, hence .March 1.
I'ort (lamble-Arrlved March SI, Am bk Italnlcr, Wulf,
hence Feb 21.
Port Tow nitnil-Arrived March 23, Am bgtno T W
Lucas, W'-nlwortti, hence Feb 27,
The Am Missionary packet Morning Star Is still tin
dergoluu repairs at TlbbcU A boremon's wharf.
Tho Am bglne Consuelo arrived last Thursday uinrn-
nig in -ji nays irom nau rrancisco, uringiug papers to
, tlie 2Mb tilt., for which we art tudebltd to Hit) kindness
of Missrs W Irwin A Co and Cupt Ilabcock, thcpllot
Capt Howard roporta light wind nitd calms the entire
passago. Hhols docked at Ihe Old Custom House wharf,
where she will discharge her cargo and load with dis
patch for San Francisco,
Tho Am bk Kdw unl May at Drower A Cn's dock flulshed
discharging last Wednesday morning and Is now loading
with sugar, rice and whale oil fur San Francisco, for
which putt sho will sail on or about Monday next.
The Am schr Letlitla Is at Ihe foot of Fort Street dis
charging a cargo nf lumber from PortOumble, Ills
not' quite certain ye as to 'sherosho will go to j sho
will prolably load wllhtiig-ir (or han FraucUco.
The Am bk Harvest Home al the bsphuadc basdls
charged most of. ber cargo of coal and will sail lu a day
or two for tlo bound.
Tu Bolivian bk Don Nicolas li it tbo foot of tho
steamer Ukcllke's tWck discharging coal.
Tba Hslatta'scbr Vivid aitlveil from Fannlng's Island
last Monday morning, but owing to tho prevalinco of
mail poj al this port ana ancUond outside. She win
return to Fannlng's Is Immediately after too arrival ol
the. steamer CUy of fiaw York. Ahe reports ihe Nor
wegian bk bkjold loading at tho Island April :ird, for
Umopoioand' tbo llrlt bk Zugar sailed lor Europe
March 21th. '
Tho 1'IINH Olt'y of New York will be due from 8au
FraucUeu Ihls i- x, If she failed front Sau Francisco as
, advert sed.
-' Tbs-lUw schr Olovanl Aplanl arrived last Monday
morning Irom Washington Island, with a cargo o( rubra.
Capl Kngllsh says the surf Is heavier alths Island Ihan
ho has ever before witnessed,
Tbe Am 'schr American Girl. Darkus. sailed from Ki.
hulul tor. bin Francisco dlrevt on the Till Inst, with MM
bags sugarU! bbls molasses and ft passengers. The
schr Caus bpreckela was also loajlug at hahulnl for
The II W Almy and Discovery were to follow Ihe
Consuolo from ban Prartlscu In two or threads) s, sud
ottght (o arrive at any hour,
.There are faurvel lth cargoes of coal on theway
lathis part ftoui .Nvutt. He, N b H'; vlxi Paclitc Slope,
12UI tons, sailed Mauh lis hata budden &W tuns, sailed
March 21: tho Amelia and Amle were o sail early In
From lSntTun.eud, per Lettltla.AptlMl Hoikfcld
A Cot 22l,t ft lumb.-r.i-V shingles, 6 M laths,
From Futiulng's Is, per Ulovaui Aplsnl, April It J S
V'alkri) 20 lous cobra
From Fannlng's (s per Vivid. Apill 12 IT pkgt co
bra ami pearl shell to J S Walker.
From bjdnejr & Autk,laud, per Zialandla, April H
Ilackfeld A, Cot 61 plus butter! A McVV'aynei &pke
drugs! Paul Uvusoii i 2J rus apples: lirewei
sks potatoes! Macfarlano X Coi lot bags pi
ska oatsi May X I'm tu bags uolatuest li V
Ji Cu;5usks osls: Fbliupsmt 2Usksoals; Order 1 20 cs
KUtaniieuiiou; ,uts Bincuir; 1 pmde.
From ban Francisco, per Consuelo, Apill lt-Irln A
Coi Septus suur, 0M spokes, iki felloes, Mul sks bar
ley, 1KJ .k oats. Ui sks feed. U sks brau, to bbls besL
W bbls lKfk, u kgs nails, )U s, J bbls lanl ell, tfU bbls
llui. 11 M bricks, 1 bait bay, 4U ksks riour.acs
uliK.UIpktsulpe.Vtpkgsattlugs. 1 thenuonitt r.2a
pkgs castings, I bi mill work, t,ouj fj lumber, Solkjf,
elir IM bale bags, 1 lanl, K pkg mdre. f9 pkga groce. I
rl . Dllltnehatn A to- .Ibmmdsej ,1 1) ltamy!2S i
pkg groceries! .1 HWaiktn pkg run 8sksconl.il
kg miileshoes. 3T sks barley, 2 bbn lime, 2 cs hard
ware, II pkg groceries, I cs shpes; (I Maerarlanc ales
whiskey, .Mae7arlane A Coi ftjpkgs liquors! Iliewrr A
woi sks oats, j una wran, in eke oarieyi iiyman
llrnsi 9 bale. 7 rs cottons. lQ ttkirs clothlm. .1 nkrs ilrr
goods; Irln ,t Co: 10 kgs glass, and 1 kg putly.
For Arctic Ocean, per Northern Light, April ft Vnlne
For fun Francisco, per Klla, April D 8,T.I lbs sugar,
Sl.f'l lb tlce. 1&) bnchs banmas Value Domestic.
For Han Francisco, uer Zealandla, April 12 1,103.19!
lr,s angur, li bx b"tel leaves, MSI bnehs lananas. Value
llomctlc..t!.277.S7 j Valm Foreign. .$310.
From Han Francisco, per Kill, April ft Miss M It
Collins, Jas Harris, Carl Ilorchgrlvcnth, J Acinar, M
Davis. I) Davis.
From Sydney and New Zealand, per Zealandla, Apl
It-Mr I.lihnin, Mrs Llshman, Mr K liasch, Mr L
Zamolskl, Hon Dudley Leigh, C U Kemball, Hlluichcll,
Miss Fleming and 'ti passengers In transit.
For San Francisco, per Ella, April 9 S Chamberlain.
For Han Francisco, per Zealandla, April 12 Miss C
Wade, Iter Mr Hand, wffo and child, ltcv Mr Whitney,
wife anrt child. WT Porter. II K Cranrtall, Mrs (irlflln
and child. II May. Mrs II Cornwcll, D itaiikln. Cant
llray, U F Wells, I! Owen, Mlsa Mohrlg. Mrs C Cooke
and child, Mrs J II t'astle, Mrs and .Miss 1) Han ley,
Mrs Herbert and child, Miss Clara Herbert. Mrs L
Smith, .Miss M F Hopper, Mrs .1 II F.dlck and child. W
P Toler, F H Hiilton. W F Donaldson. Miss A P lloyd. J
Vcltmnn and wife, I N Palmer, II Itoblnson. C hheri-
dan.o 11 Aiistnan, M A Connor ciias jieyer, r urcen,
A Fitzpatrlck, F Cramer, J Alnvirth, J II Itobertson,
Thos (lasland, I) Iluckli
ickley. .! Murphy. O M (llhbs, Jas
W C Llnd, II Flicler O Inglcman,
li Cuddv. Jas Dlckscn and wife.
(I Itiie, J .M Wllev,
Mrs M , Meyers. Mrs li Cuddv,
J Ilerrr. H (loss. F Vehllni?. Mr Weir, wife and :i chil
dren, l! Masses, Chns Mueller. J A ilcConncll and 5
From I'aunlnc's Is, per (llovanl Aplanl, April 11-11
From Fanning' Is, per Vivid, April II 9 natives and
Mr F H Mutton.
From San Franclco, per Consuelo, April II David
JOHNbTONII-SWAIN-Mnrrled on tho 10th nf
April, by the llcv. Thomas lllackbiirn, M. A. Hector of
ht. Andrews Cathedral, Wilw F. Joitsso.s, of Hono
lulu lo CiME P. Swain, daughtca of Capt Oliver C.
Swain of Oaklamlj Cal.
O'MlIlr-In this city, on Sunday. April 10, 1BSI, Mrs.
M. J. O'Nkii., relict of the, late Mr. J. O'Nell, Dt ceaed
had been In poor beilth during tho past year, and lat
terly was cnnllued to her bed until tleith relieved her
from her snslrrlngs. On the 12th of March last the late
Mrs. O'Nell was called upon to mourn tho death of her
husband, from the shock of which she did not recover.
Thu declared leaves a family of alx one son and live
daughters to mourn the loss of a kind ami affectionate
CLUNKY In this city, on the morning of April I lib
1MI, Mrs, Kmma K., wife of Captain J C, Cluuey, aged
THE SATURDAY PRESS
Published for tho HaTumiAY Pnr.ss Association by
Hook, Job and Oeneral Printer,
Honolulu, II. I.
Tho Satumiay Piiess cannot undertake lo retnrn
communications, accepted or rejected, and wc have to
request correspondents to append tlielr truu nanus and
addresses, not ntiessarllv for publication. If so de
sired, but as n guarantee of tbo good faith of the writer.
Hd. Hatuiiihy Pitrss
Al'Jlll. 10, 1P81
Wh rco no reason for tlio Gizettn flying off
nt n tangent oil tlio Postal Union cliurges wo
took exception!) to in our lust issno. If tlio
charges meant wcro only to S.m Francisco, it
w.ih but a very small part of tlio cstiniatcil
expenses. Perhaps it was an error or tho pen
or types in stating that tho expenses wcro
optional with tho country of origin, when it
Hhoulil havo beon by tho reasonings set forth,
country nf Irwmt. Otherwiso our "grand
financial success" holds good.
Tin: entry of this Kingduni into tho Uni
voisal Postal Union is u consummation most
devoutly to bo wished. Wo aro tlieiofoto glad
to ho ablo to Ht.ito that tho Government has
cntored into correspondence with tho Postal
authorities of tlio United States with u view
to carrying out tho recommendations, to bo
modified if necessary, of tho cumuiittco ap
pointed by tho Minister of tho Interior to
examine and report upon tho advisability of
cutoiing into tho Union. Tlio report is dis
tinctly favorable. Tho vexed question of sur
taxes and other charges can bo solved with
out any groat difficulty, niul tlio only departure
from tlio recommendations nf tho committee, is
tho endeavor of tho Government to mako its
arrangements with tho Sin Ftaneisco rather
than with tlio Now York Postofiicc.
Tho former must bo dealt with, but if tho
account bo also opened in Now York both
offices must bo in account with us, whurc.is it
is Imped that tho San Francisco oflico only
will suffice The issuo of post cards at two
cents to tho Stales and threo cents to all other
Postal Union countries will bo u gtcal con
yen ienco, and wo hnpo that tho muuoy order
Byatem may soon follow.
At present nil sorts of devices havo to bo
adopted by ono who wishes to rotnit small
sums for any hiding purchase, to bo niado by
a friend or correspondent in Ihe States or elso
whoio. Money ordors would remedy thiBj
anil although tlio couimitteo stato that they
think it prtiiuturo at present to outer into tho
complicated arrangements necessary to cstub
lisli tlio system, wo nevertheless hope that it
may be brought about hi duo tinio, and heartily
endorse- tho opinion that entering tho Union
will bo "n, great benefit to tho niorcamilo
community" mid that " the advantages of so
doing will fur outweigh any disadvantages."
A vitooF, if otto were needed, of tho urgent
necessity for spoedy moans of repairing ves
sels of tho coasting fleet was lately shown by
a number of communications addressed to II.
II. II. tho Princess Itcgent, calling attention to
tho fact that lurge numbers of tho laboring
Classen in Kona were approaching tho vergo
of aluivmluti through tho non-arrival of ihn
iwiml supplies of provision, etc., from Mnui
and Honolulu. The fact is that the l.ikclik
mu laid up fur itj,iir.' It does not occur In
everyouo, thut lurgo districts in Hawaii aro
almost wholly dependent for ouppliea of all
kiudB on other Islands und thoicforo en tho
iutor-island shipping, so that the intermission
of tho regular trips matlo by these vessels may
and indevd has occasioned gr.tvo inconveni
ence, or uvon distress. Turn, p.iiai und rico
nro till brought into Kona front othoi parts of
the kingdom, ho also aro clothing, salted fish,
beef, etc., mid Hour, to Bay nothing of tho
groceries and otlior provisions, clothing, etc.,
purchased by plantqr and mill owners for
their own necessities ami thoso of their
laborers. Had tho. Marino Hallway boon at
work when tho l.thmi and Lik'llke had to stop
running for a tim'i all this inconvenienco
would not havo aris.cn or would at tho worst
havo been reduced to a minimum. Soma busy,
body had been nppaicutly urging tho Prin
cess Itcgent to lecouuueiid tho diverting uf at
least lomu purt of tlio Hallway appropriation
to feeding tho starving pcoplol And II. H. II.
I scorned inclined to listen to their advice, but on
consulting her ioponsiblo Ministers, wlieusho
learnt that a steamer had gone oil' with the
imcemjuries, und that JtUiu had arisen mainly
from tho luck of uieaiu for speedy repairs, sho
at ouco saw tho advisability of providing such
means as early as possible und cordially
adopted tho proposed undertaking. When wo
consider tho constantly increasing inlcresu
which aro iu to groat a measure dependent on
rapid and regular Inter-island communication,
wo can but como to tho samo conclusion
and iisli Mr. Wilder a speedy and complete
The "Advertiser" nnd Truth.
One of tho most oxtrnordinnry misrepresen
tations of tho fact wc ever retnombor to havo
mot with appears in hint Saturday's issue nf
tho Alrrrlirr, on the subject of the sessions
of the Special Committee of the Pi ivy Conn
cil on Pardons, which, siys that paper,
" elicited n great deal ef talk nnd opinion,
nono of which was under oath " This wo
suppnso for tho siko of discrediting tho said
opinions, ns it is uoll known that nono of tho
proceedings wore under oith ; that the cmn
tnltlco was not u tribunal for cxiiiiiiiing poi
sons accused of crime, but investigating the
grounds for tho opinion professed lo bo held
by tho signers of u certain petitiuti, who wore
"cited," which tho Chiof ,I,lAtico explained
meant in this instanco "called or invited," to
give their reasons for holding thoso opinions.
"Much was Haiti," piocoods tho Ailcprttm-r,
" by several medical gentlemen, hut nn vvl
icnl opinion, busul upon a perwii'il fxumiivi.
lion, icrc riecn, evept xchnt icru offered hy I)r,
U'ehh." Thin is tho statement of tho Adcr
tiser, and wo venturo to assort that no state
ment moro intontionally, wilfullv, consciously,
tho extremes! departure from truth, was ever
piloted. N'o medical opinions, " based upon
personal examination I" What do tho medical
gentlemen say ? Dr. McKibbin says, as tho
Atlcertiw very well knows, "I saw Polua nt
O.iliu prison the ring before ycilcrthii a! request
of tlio comuiittco; had i long conversation
with him." Then follow tho particulars of
tho conversation with him and with tho officers
of tho prison, ami tho confirmation nf their
nnswers by tho prisonor himself. "At present
hu is in perfectly sound mind ; there is no
excitement ; ho is porfoctly cool ; from tho
man's account and memory I should say ho
was not insano when ho committed tho deed,
but from taunts and drink ho was excited ;
Baid ho bought tho knifo at tho storo
and sharpened it for tho purposo of killing
her." Ur. McGruw " ment to Oahu priwn
with Dr. McKibbin; found Polua
could talk pretty good Knglish; havo just
heard Dr. McKibhiu'u statement; havo no
turialiona to make; judge him to bo a
man slow to anger ; had been cool and col
lected ; purchased tho okolthm to norvo him
self; if I had not had a careful report or diag
nosis of his oaso made by a skilful poison who
had SfCj fj;ir examined him, nnd had only
street rumors of incidents, I should not bo
nblo as a medical man to give any valuablo
opinion touching his sanity or insanity ;
from what I havo hoaid of tlio circumstances,
I do not consider Polua was insano when ho
committed tho deed." Dr. Urntlio: "At re
quest of chairman of committee, visited Polua
in prison yeiterdwf, and from my examination
do not consider him to bo of unsound mind."
Dr. Hoffmann has "beon surgeon and medical
attendant of Oahu prison for twi-nty years,
moro or loss ; haoe xcen Polua I ere several
him, fivo or six times ; physical con
dition vory good, when I first Haw him, und
now ; pulso good ; not insano
now, etc." And this is what tho Advertiser
represents us "no medical opinions based
upon personal examination." Can nnylhing
bo moro flatly opposed to tho truth ? Dr.
Webb's opinion is excepted : whereas tho fact
is that ut tho timo of that gentleman's first
uppcaranco befaro tho committee, hu had not
had personal examination of tho piisonor; but
when ho visited tho comuiittco loom tho
second time, on Monday, ho stated that ho had
visited tho prisoner that morning ; found honrt
disease: high and fluctuating pulso; and cou
aideicd him insuio at tho timo of tho niurdor,
Hcto is tho truth of tho medical opinions
based on personal examination, und it must bo
admitted that it is directly opposito to tho
Adcrrliser's statement. Again, that paper
says "it is evident, as Jtidgo Jones says, that
uvery weak defense was matlo at tho tiial,"
whereas Mr. Cecil liiown says, " Kalua and
Nawahi wuro assigned lo defend him; Nawahi
is, iu my opinion, thu best Hawaiian lawyer
ut tho' b'r; from tho ovtdeuco ad
duced, I think no foroign counsel could havo
defended him bolter ; fiom tho nature of the
crime ami the ovidenco, I boliovo ho was fully
awaro of what ho was doing when ho com
mitted tho crime." Doth A. Sponeor and V.
Spencer had ovoiy opportunity to ofi'or evi
dence. Hero nro the piofcssinunl legal opin
ions. Four clergymen had couvoihciI with tho
prisonor, once, twice, and several limos, cover
ing u poriotl, in tho case of tho Rev, II. II. Par
ker, of " Homo months," To Father K.iymond
and to Dr. H.wlo ho pleaded intoxication. To
Mr. Purker that ho was enraged, overcome
with passion when ho did tho deed ; but on no
occasion did ho suggest insanity. Temporary
insanity, as is vory well known, is uioioly u
phrase permitted by coroners, in order to pre
serve tho property of suicides fiom forfeiture
and their romains from the indignities which
foiinerly followed tho verdict of feln .
With murder it is otherwise. Suicide is a
crime which cannot bo repeated, nnd thoroforo
tho verdict is of comparatively no consequence.
Murder may bo, mid often has been lupoated,
and wo never yet knuw of a voulict of tem
porurg insanity accepted in a murder case,
and iu this such a verdict would have been
wholly contrary to the evidence. To pload
for mercy for an tivowod oiiminal is woll ; til
plond iriesponsiblliiy iu tho case of a respon
sible ugeul is tho reverse
A rnoucsoMB and eiilurpasiug young goat wis
browsing on tlio spur of thu mountain jat whom
tlio rid",o overhangs tho pools of Ah'kokc. Wish
ine. to Investigate tho cliaMutorUtius ofcortaiu
bunches of vc-getitiou growing lu tho cracks mid
crannies in tho face of tlio olifl ho jumped down
on to a little shelf or projecting table rock homo
two or six feet below. Mo luaped nnd coat-like
lauded iu safety and on liU feet, and Uiiviuu toon
b.UHlled himself that ihugnuing on thu clilF was
inferior to that on the slopo of tho mountain ho
t-Bsayed to return, hut alas for poor Hilly this was
not to bo done, above him the cliff was bo nearly
poriiendloular that not even a ko.U could find a
tool hold, and when ha stood un on Ida bind legs
to try mid Teach the edgoof the clilf the tops of
his hoofs wern a couple feet lielow it. Here was a
Six for poor Hilly, under foot a ulali of rock twice
or thrico his own length and just whlu cnoush to
turn rouud on, iu front n wall of rock too iwrpcii
dtcular to climb and loo high for n leap, behind,
tho black pool om, hundred foot below, right and
left nothing but impracticable rock. Poor Hilly
IxiKuu to bleat for nssUtatico and several of bis
friends gathered on tho brink of tho precipico,
vshich ho again vainly tried to reach, A little con
ference ensued, but it wni eviden ly given up as a
bad job, und Hilly philosophically took to wtnt
consolation bo could find pi nibbling the scanty
hurbngo within reach. Two nighUnud the inter
Miiing day Pur Hilly was on las shelf though the
pitiliu w.u pointed out to wiverul natives who suid
they would go round to the rescue, but did not
appear. At Ut this case wan brought to tho
notice of n group of good itntured schoolings who
at once borrowed n, rope sod had soon reached the
cliff nud vleverly lassoed tho goat ; directly they.
Iwean to pull Hilly " took in the position nt once,
und fctrucgied with hoof and knots) to second
their ctforU and in ajuinutd was kofa oil the top
nnd busy in making up for lost time cruppiue the
grass eagerly before the boys cuold tokutbuir
lasso off hU body, Tbos ended satisfactorily this
nir of the Corner Stone of tho Lunalilo
In accordance with public notice, tho founda
tion stono o.' tho Iiunnlilo Home was laid with
Masonic ccr monies In tho presence of H. It. II.
tho Princes tenon!, H. It, 11. the Princess Like
like, tho Mi Istor.s, Judges, Foreign lloprcsentn
tives, and a large gathering of residents nnd
visitors wbii wlshid to bo pri-st ntftt the ceremony.
A stand wit.t rahtdsottis covered in by an awning,
was provided for spectators official or other, nl
ono corner of which was tho stono to bo Hid.
Adjoining this on tho mauka sidownsa Vint! occu
pied by tho Masonic Fraternity nnd tho Hand, nnd
outside, facing tho st mil, thu troops were dmwn
up in Rinqlo rank. Ihe royal party drovotlpnt
twenty minutes to 1 p. it. nud tho troops presented
arms niul their Itoynl Highnesses worn escorted to
soats in front of tlio stone. Tho proceedings wcro
opened by tho following address delivered by Mr,
3. 11, Dole one of tho Trusties s
Your Ihn it IHilinei, Isiilttt mul Otnlltmin :
Tho I.iln KiriK tjiintlllo provided by hU
Inst will tint after his aged father's deatli, his
estate should ho used to build nud endow an insti
tution on tills Island to bo devoted to tho cire of
such nborixinnl Hawaiian as should need maln
teninco by reason of iKiverty, ni;u or sickness.
Vnrioiis causes htvo dclaveil the hcciunilitt of
this work : chief among which were doubts n to
tho moaning of the will. These woto liowovt-r nl
length lomoved by n decision of tho Supremo
Court last oar tint tho nholo estate excepting ono
bequest 1 1 it friend, wore vested iu his trustees and
their successors perpetually for tho purposes of
this eh irltv.
0 round being selected plans ware umpired for
building. The instructions of thu will aro not to
build a hoipital hut a homo rather, where those
Hawaii ms who might become oy their hclnlesi
ness, wauls of Iho public, ns it wore, should bo
comfortably sheltered nnd cared for by loving
hands iu the spirit with which this noblo gift was
Perhnpi few havo realized Ihn wholo Houled
eiriiestnessof the man in providing this charity.
It was not the iinpulsivo net of it dying man who
gives at Inst what he can keep no longer. It was
tho dellborato -vtlt digested plan of years. In his
days of health liomaduthisprovisioul.,ind ndhored
In It ns his chosen purioso, to tho InBt, It is
broad hinds, mountain nnd plain lying on nluiost
evrrv Inlnnd ill the group, h princely estate which
hu had hardly begun to enjoy, bo gladly dovoled
to tlio people ho loved und who loved libit so trust
fully, to bo held always for their helpless ones,
In the spirit of this bequest his trustees havo
tried to cirry out his purpose. An enterprise of
this character Is nu experiment iu this country.
Thero is no exact precedent to follow. It seoined
to us that a, low building with broid verandahs
would moro nearly suit tho Hawaiian traditional
in inner of lifo than a high dormitory, story upon
story, and nt tho smno timo bo favorable to tho
development of the social nnd family lifo of the
luinites. Tho superintendent will live iu the
central pirt and havo easy ncoess. to llioroonwof
both wings. If tho trustees find that thuy havo
fitted the manner of tho building to tho demand
for assistance and euro, thoro is more money with
which to odd ne.v buildings.
And ns wo havo como, many of ub tho friends
nnd associates of the Into King, to nsdst in carry
ing out his philanthropic iniriosoH by laying tho
found ition stonu to u building which shall bo, let
us hopu, tho happy homo of many of hii country
men and women and nt tho name timo his own
most fitting monument.
Mr. I),)Io's address was followod by nn nnthem
" God is our hop3 and Btrongth " sung by Mrs.
Handford, MissJonos, Prof. Jones, nnd Mr. W.
W. Hall, very excellently rendered. Thu Hon. A.
F. Judd then reid an address in tho nativo Ian-
i gu.igj Oi : wuicli wo nppenu tuu loiiowing transla
Mai it pleaie Your Itoial llighneis, the Alii ami
I havo tho hotiorablo part nssignod mo of do
livoring mi nddros.s to-day.
Tho thioE who mido this loving gift to his peo
ple made his will in wisdom in tho year 1871,
while hu bad no olllcial stition. On tho doath of
Kauiehavneh i V., thu unanimous voice of this peo
ple called Ijutialilo to bo our King, and after lie
itad rolgned ono year hu died, but he did not
nb union his thought of lovo, and thu will hu had
previously written remained.
Luii ililo was a chief of high rank. His mother
was KeUaiiluolu, daughter of Kalaiinamaltu and
Kaheihoimnlie. Kalaimnmahu wan n boh of Keoua
and Kam ikcheikuli. This Keoua by Kekupoiwa
hid Kameh imoh i I. Kuinehainoua f. by Ivahoi
heminlla had Kiniu, tho inolhov of Kamobamo
has IV. nnd V., so Ijti mlilo was connected in two
wayn with tho two brother Sovereigns, on the,
mothers' nnd grand fathers' side. Lunnlilo wno
ediieited at tho school of Mr. Cooke and John li.
Ho was an npt scholar and vory quickly leivrned
tho Eaglish language nnd was taught all that was
possiblo in that school. Howovor, when ho left
school ho was idle ; thero was no work for him to
do. Ho had a seat in tho Legislature, but ho had
many lands which ho inherited from his mother,
and all his wants nupplied, thoro was no urgent
necessity to call forth his onorgios. And as is tho
c.iso with tho majority of thoso who havo no oc
cupation, ho occasionally indulged in dissipation.
This is much to ho regretted, for wo fool hopeful
that if ho hnd boon placed in some Government
position while young, porhaps ho would havo be
come an industrious man and celebrated for his
skill. Wo cannot certainly say that this would
havo beon tho caso, for ho v.i3 never tried in any
When Knmohnmehu V. died, ho began to leave
off his boyish follies, nnd tried bard to bear Ins
government with intlduoss, prudence and all tho
wisdom ho hud, but it was not long cro his weak
ness of body began nud ho became ill and finally
died on tho lid of February, 187), aged S9 je.irs
nnd !! days. The Hawaiian rnco tuuurned sincerely
for him for they had groat lovo for thoir chief
who loved them and thoir land. Ho died child
less. Ho left no descendants to bear his nnnio, b at
ho was not without heirs, for he niado by his will,
tho Hawaii ui race bis heirs.
ThuprincipU characteristics of this chief were
as follows- First, he had no sympathy with.tlu:
Ignorant follies of ancient times, its superstitions
or its deceiving practice of medicine, second, hu
was n gracious chief, ho was uccesiblo to the low
est nature, lie cared not for pomp and vnuities of
royalty, 'third, but his greatest work was this,
which will preserve his name for over, his last
will nud. testament.
There aro many jwrsons theso days who boast
much of their lovo for this laud and thoir exceed
ing jotilousy for Hawaii. Who is the true Ha
waiian? My answer is, tho true Hawaiian, is ho
who I'oustanly shows his huartof lovo by actual
lovo to his country.
Lunalilo did not talk much of his lovo for Ids
native soil, but on t to 7th of Juuu 1871 lie wrote
his testament leaving till his lands after the dentil
of his fattier, ns tho cipital to build a home where
could bo cared fur thu destitute poor uud feeble of
Hawaiian blood, prufuratico to be given to tho
Thero havo been miny monumouts eroded in
the ancient Kingdoms oil this o.uth. Iu Kgypt
were raised lofty obelisks cut of single stones,
but theso shafts have not remained in ihnilund;
some have been taken to Koine, and to Paris, one
to Loudon, nnd this year ono to Now York. It iB
over three thousand jo.irs since these obolisks
wero cut. Thuy were not erected to perpotuatu
some good deed, but merely to preserve thu name
of the King who put them up, nud ns wo see are
going ns strangers to foroign lauds. Hut this house,
who-,0 cornor-stone is to bo laid to-dny, is a gift
of love, a good work, nud it will perpetuate tlio
uamo of its founder. It is well for us to think
much of this gift. No other Hawaiian chief or
commoner has done a deed like this. Lunnlilo
alone, up to this day has left his property for thu
Hawaiian race. His name should forever bo
To-diy is laid tho foundation stone of this
home for the ioor old men nnd women of Hawsii.
This home is their city of refugo, a sheltered har
bor for their last diys of wo.ikness ; hero they will
havo pu.ico and quiet after tluir battling with tho
stormy seas of lifo.
This greAt home is to be built of stone quarried
from Punchbowl, nud thus Hawaiian stone is to
protect Hawaiian bones.
Tliis is not a hospital for thu nick, this is is
home for tho nged who hare no homes, for tho
remnant of thoso Hawaiian families in which
nou,i remain who are strong nnd able to provide
the means of living. This is not a homo for tho
young and vigorous, nor for those who nro poor
on nooouut of their laziness. This home is for
tlios. who aro lumhle, on account of feebleness
from age or other similar causes to provide thi-h
own homes. 1 hojw, and such is my wish, tluit
there will ba but few who will Book thu benefits of
this bonis: for this Kingdom will not nourish if
its population is largely to be found in hospital
and lxr hollies.
That Government is prosperous whoso lands nro
filled with men who are strong, cnorgctio nt their
work mid who nro forehanded from hard toil, and
who enjoy tho great blessing of eating their own
food winch they havo earned from their own labor
mid Iho Hwu.it of their brow.
Hut tho aged und fueblo Hawalians of both
sexes havu n muar to Imi here in this homo which the
royal htnrt hns given out of his boundless love for
May this house etaud forever. Oh nun, rain,
tempests and lightning, deal gently with this home
thai it may resist the gnawing tooth of time nud
may the good Ood in heaven assist the Trustees
with wiwiom, und give patience .uud: rout to nil
tlioie who may l gathered within it wall.
Whuu llr, Judd had concluded, the Hand played
a piece of Ilixithoveii'a, and then the. Hon, K. Kna
rose, and with admirable emphasis and good effect,
read Iu thu native tongue an address aa follows.
Your ltnifal UiuhM'tlhtt VlittnyuMtd Cowl-
fny,iiul vy i'tlluif (.'ourifnuift t
fitl honored in being 'called upon to address
you on this notable occasion, which has called us
together to wiluom the performance ol an Interest
ing ceremony. Iu the worda of thu olden tunes, I
will tviy ' Heer, O Hawaii of Koawo, Maui of
Kama, O.ihu of Kakuihewa, nnd Kaoai of Mano
kaUnlpo t" Torn ye and listen and observe 1 For
the liunbing touch is about to be applied, und the
cement U to be spread which ahull ilrinly fix iu iu
place the corncr-stono of Ihe Homo- the Hctrrnt
tn Cmms tho plnco of rufnRO from tho chilling
blasts nnd tho rains of wlnler, cool shelter from
tho bent and tho weariness of summer. It Is to
becomo n tabernacle, whero the wenry Bhnll ret
unharmed by tho storms of life that may mm nnd
roar without! a hiven in wldch thero nro no fees
to piy, but every thing Is freely given to tho needy.
My coontrvmen I This noblo nnd sacred enter
prise Is tho gift of ono Of our kings, the beloved
LtmMU), the first nnd tho last of Keknulunhi
nulomnno, tho brave, the fierce in battle, tho
fumed founder of this Kingdom iu tho Pacific.
Our noble-hearted King dearly loved Ids people,
nnd by this gift ho has testified that lovo to nil tho
world, to bo heartily acknowledged for Its namo
not only by this intelligent audience, but lobe lold
nf to hl:i honor In tho remotest ns well nn Iho
darkest rorners of the eirth. It Is something for
you, truo Hawaii, to bo not only grateful for but
to bo pioml of. This is the voire of your depirted
King, calling in loving (onus to tho old, tho desti
tute mid feeble men and women nnd tho orphan
children, tho houseless and homeless, or dwelling
in iniserablo huts, on tho barren hillsides, in rockv
gulches, or on smdy plains ho bids vou, one nnd
nil, to come, hero be fed, hero rest nud llnd n com
Therefore, my fellow-countrymen. It well befits
us, wo who knew this Greit Hearted King, who so
sincerely loved his people it is meet that wo
stiouiu treasure ms memory in our mimm ne.irts,
ns tho giver of this noble charity. It costs us
nothing; nud with him tho gift wns thu simiilo
outcome of n generous nntnre, trained nnd eilu
rated unibr Christian inlluelicen. '1 Ills King en-
Joyed the bhssings nf civilization, which were
denied to his nncestoin. th pignn kings nnd
chiefs of the old, old times of our Isl
ands. Thoso who well knew tho Into King
and tho ancient history of tint family, must
ncknottledun thnt nono over equalled him in deeds
of generosity liko this. Their history is crowded
with deeds of n very different character.
Hut Kainelnmehii 1.. hi the old days of pigan
darkness, crlmo nnd degradation, nent forth his
royal command to the intlnu that murdcriind vlo
Ienco should cense, that " tho old men and women
should lest unmolested by tho roadside."
Whit of Katnehamehn II.? Ho took off tho
vexatious tabus us to food that tirqvnUod from
nncient times; nud this was Iho beginning of n
lending of thu veil between civilization and pagan
ism. Knmehamoha III. freely scattered with open
hands among his people the lauds which his father
had toiled and bled for.
You and I, friends, cannot forget tho name of
Kamebnmelm IV. if wo but lift our eyes nbovo
yonder hill nt whosn foot wo shall see the harbor
'for tho ailing, tho Tomplcjof Henltb the Queen's
Memory brings before my mind's eve tho manly
form of tnu resolute Knmelinmeha V., ho who did
what is seldom done lu nny government on earth
ho overthew tho Constitution of Knmohnmehu
III., nnd gave the country instond u Constitution
which to his mind wan better calculated to bcntSt
And what shall wo hiv of His present Majesty,
our Gracious Sovereign Kalake.ua ? Ho left homo,
kindred and friends, embarked on a ship mul
crossed tho broid Pacific, sojourning nmong
strangers, exposing his lifo to daugera mid perils
seen nnd unseen, nnd nil for tho purpose of ad
vancing tho intorcsts nnd tho goner.il good of his
people and country. And u second time wo havo
Beon him depart on the Biimo kind of mission.
Aly friends, wo aro nil witnessen of this notable
fact, that the reigns of our Kings Lunalilo and
nil brother Kings on tho Hawaiian Throne,
have been characterized by some remnrk
oblo and beneficial, whilo essentially different
Hoyal acts. And I call upon nil true-hearted
Hawnlhns to nlToctioiiatoly treasure in their
ineinoiieH tho good and noblo deeds dono by our
Kings. And may God the King of Kings con
tinue to bless our country, and grant that tho
Throno of this Kingdom may never fail of n King
like these. Aincn.
Judgo McCully next road tho following poem
composed for tlio occasion i
I sing not of fierce arms, n vthen the Trojan,
Vanqnlshcil anil celled githererl Into I.iitltlm
The seeds whence nobler cnninioiiH rallhs should spring,
lint of a man whose vtnrltl was lliultid
Ily Island sides and seas and reefs of coral.
Of old Ids fathers had possessed the kingdom
In fee of rralms, of arniB and nrmed men;
Hut thu old remlal life hail long since changed,
And fori'litu aria and unrs no" moved the people,
I.cadlmr them onward, filled with now desires
rorgctful or tlicil heritage of thrift.
And. with the greater license of the time,
t.'arcloss to work ench service for themselves
Aa they had rendered to their chiefs and princes.
Unsccptereil from his birth, ho lived long years
In waiting for 'il oft-told distlny;
Ills hands were never soiled In search forgsln,
lint, with dim vision of his dlslnnt birthright,
lie aimed anon in song to move his fellow a.
Anon ho held the pen, and with vaeue purpose
Hmi'd llstlmslv nlnni- tlifl wnvs of letters.
Too oft his powers, o'crenmo by princely leisure,
Undisciplined, jet conscious of their being,
llesct by facile opportunity
Consumed their eager strength In revelryr
And so the seasons bore him to his prime 1
Chief after chief of rival lineage
Had held the sceptro and hnd passed away,
And still ho kept his fnltli with destiny.
At Inst tlio end cnmoon;nnd lolanl
With funeral songs and wnlllngs loud uns tilled;
The gical Keinchamchns wcro no more.
Then bo arose nnd called the people round him;
He culled them, ashing not the ancient verdict
Of spears anil slings nnd foemen's bitter fray,
Hut, with a sensu of newer light nnd duty
He culled them ns frco men to ihoosc their lender,
Tho while ho waited for their willing voice.
1'rom linmlct and from hut, from shore and mountain.
From toll of hand and hialn, from field and market,
Tho people gatlu red; and with but ono mind
They cried that Lunalilo was tin lr king,
Thronndas was never monarch throned before,
Chief In hie people's heart in In his uamo.
Tho armaments of other lands assembled,
I''rom truck to water-line hangout their ensigns,
And thnnilertil forth their w elcomo to the king
Whllo all tho jo) ml laud kept holiday.
Hy will of nil bo telgnid, thu right divine;
Ho donned thu fiuther-cloak of ancient chletdom,
Hut ruled his people with n lovpig swuy.
And iu their answering lovu ho found his strength.
Hut one short year lis reigned; long waited for,
Tho crown nt last too harshly pressed his brow ;
And oft he fainted 'math tho unwonted burden,
Yet ever standing In his pioplo's love.
Too soon his lllo bright hopes were overpassed,
Too soon ho bowed his head and sank to sleep;
Unfolded lu hla rntiuanrroyul leathers
Ho rested with Ids ancestors. Again
With dirges sad was lolanl filled;
Again the friendly armaments from fnr
'1 heir ihunUcrs guv o lu sigh of solemn sorrow.
lie slept hi death; but as ho sank to slumber
Ills latest thoughts hart been upon his people,
Tho people whom while living lie had luvcd,
Duo memory gave he to Ida giey-lmlred fulher.
And memory faithful to one iiiucli-luveil friend:
Then, w ith n trembllui hand ho gave hU fortune,
llroad acres and fair lake-s, i-cnrcu touched by him.
To found a homestead where, 111 peaceful conilort,
'Iho pour and Iho Intlrin amongst his people
Should pass their later years and think of him.
On tltia green hillside ma) thu homestead rlso
Whoso linn fuundatlon nuw vte meet to witness:
Tho will of Lunulllu, loved and lost,
.Muy li stand over as his monument I
Tho choir of Knw.iiahao Church then Bang in
excellent taste a hymn in tho native language, and
ut its conclusion lliu real business of thu day, tho
laying of tho foundation stone, was begun. After n
short introeluct'ory address by Col. W. V. Allen,
1. Jr. and Acting G, JI. and n prayor offered by
tlio llevj A. Jluckintosh, a lacquured mutiil casket
was placed iu n receptacle under the Btono and
its contents read out as follows by the Ilev. A.
Macintosh, viz : Photographs of His late Majesty
Lunalilo, His Jlujt'sty Kalakaua, II. It. 11. thu
Princess ltegent, II. It. H. Princess Likoliku, Hor
JIajosty Queou Kapiolani, Her JIujesty Queen
Dowager Kiuuin, II, II. Hutb Keclikolnni, Hon.
Mrs. lllshop, tho Princess Victoria Kawokiu
Kuiuhiiil, Governor Domtuis, tho Fivo Kameha
hiuuehus, tho Trustees, Hawaiian family and a few
character photographs, copies of all tho nowspa.
pars, native mul foreign, puuiisneu miring, me
week, copy of tho reciprocil
opy oi uio reciprocity ireavy, iiiruiun iu-
nianno, besslouijHWSoi isou, copy oi uuiiiiuiob
Will, with rnanv leiftil dooiiments bearing noon tho
trust, Haw uiian oohi, ten Hawaiian postage stamps.
Thu casket was thou cemented into its place mid
the stono lowered whilst the Hand played the "Old
Hundredth." The btouo was tested by square,
plumb nud level and pronounced to be well mid
truly laid. Thu customary libations of corn, wiuo
nud oil wero inured on tho stono Jy.P. M , I). K.
Fyfo Acting und Hep. O. JI W. Wright Acting
O. B. W., nnd L. Way Acting Q. I. W a short
Masonic address by Col. W. F. Allen f.nd prayer
by Ituv. A. Mackintosh concluded the ceremonies.
Tlio Hand slruck up, and the troops presentid
arms uud thu royal party returned to their car
riages and drove off and thospectatorsdlspcrsed. It
was a lovely day witli a light broezu mul every,
thingweut oil satisfactorily. Amongst those jueoont
were II. it. U. thu Princess ltegent nud If, It. H.
the Princess Likelike tlio former dressed iu
a haudsouio costume of French grey satin nnd
inalzo color ( 11.11. Kuth Keelikolam, Their Kxs.
W. L. Green, J. K. Wnlker, H. A. P. Carter and
Mrs. Carter. Hon. A. P. and Mrs. Judd. Hon. L.
and Mrs. JicCully, Gen. Coiuly, Mens. lUtitrd,
Gov. HomiuiB, Hon. U. H. mid Mrs. itUhop, Col.
W. F, and JUs. Allen, Messrs. Kaui, O. Kliodeo,
W. M. Gibson, J, M. Knpena. Mr. and Mrs. K. O.
Hall, Dr. McGruw, Mr. mid Mrs. Dole, Prof, Jones
ami Jllss Jones, Mrs. Handford, Mr. mid Jlrs.
llartwell. Hov, Father Larkin, Dr. Hyde, Mr. W.
W. Hall, mid many others.
Tho site for this building Is well chosen. It well
Maud on n, slopo towards the rear of Punchbowl
und command u fine view across the plains to thu
su-n, and away to tho left the cocoanut groves of
Waikiki, and out to the grand old crater of Dia
mond Head. Hutdndurotho mountains with round
top and Tantalus and their green slopes.
The, building will be iu one story '7(i feet long
and from Oi to 60 feet in depth from front to back,
with winga at the extremities, and a central pro
jecting limb for main entrance and a tower 00 f eet
In height. Provistou U mido for tho suptrin
toudtml's) apartments, and there will be wide
teraudahsioa eachaido. The material will be atone
throughout, from the quarries on (he kide of
Punchbowl. The eatablushmeiA cauuot fail of
being light and airy, nud the Hawaiian people uia.v
congratulate themselves on having no BpIeudiU hu
UutUitttioa to which (key may retire when over-
taken by ago and nro no longer able to earn their
daily bread. This fabric will bo n very nolablo
object in Iho view presented to all vessels passing
to or fro between Hlnmond Head nnd tho harbor
nnd many n stranger will bo told that is the homo
I provided by the tlionghtftilness nnd generosity of
rideei by tho tuonghtfiilness nnd generosity of
Hawaiian King Lunnlilo. nnd many a toil wont
ivo will call his memory blessed.
! tlio 11 aw
Thoso Long Brnnoh llaths.
It l gratlfrlng to note that Mr James llnilit has Jnit
completed some flno alterations In Ida Seaside llalhlng
resort at Vt'aiklkl, having neatly arranged all the com-
partments with necessary toilet articles, and engaged
attendance to wait upon ladles and tlio little ones, as
well ns extending a neatly laid Hrhlge, forly feelont In
the surf, and leaving nothing nndono to make It n most
ilcllglitfnl bathing Establishment Ihe season has
upened when healthful invigorating cxarclsea car, now
bo obtained by tho professional man, merchant anil
mechanic, before or after his dally toll, and n privilege
lo families never before enjoyed on theso Islands. Tlio
ride to and from the Hatha Is charmlnp, and to all who
would add life nnd activity In theso hot, dusty city days
let them avail themselves of so beneficial a treat and
welcome this new enterprise1. The Interior of the Hath
lloiiu Is largo anil commodious, making it suitably
adapted for I'lcnlc Partita nud .Moonlight Kxcurslonsj
and tho rolling billows and dashing waves, enhance Iho
charm of this plcturesqiia summer letreat. The llnsj
will leave from the rnnlhrnn Mlnbles at (1 A, .., and ails
I1. M , during week days, and on Mondays al li, 8 and 10
A. M., and a nud 4 1". .M. families will bo accommo
dated on application
THE KLKVENTH OF JPSK Is coming and so Is
everv djv. that horses require OOOl) oats. Wc have
for sale, oats at 2 50 per cental, which arc In all re
spect ns good as New Zealand oats nt a S5 or J.l.f1 per
cental, and which good Judges havo pronounced lo II K
Now Zealand oats. Also Ihe right kind of hay to feed
with these oats, Our mixed feed will fatten n hnrso
(JUIOKIUl and Ui:rn:il than anything else In town.
31 lm l,AINi:CO.
A Special Meeting of tho Library and Heading Itoom
Association, will bo held this evening, for Iho transac
tion of Important business, nt 7'i o'clock.
:jj It II. A. PAUMKIiHi:, Hcc,y
From the Sydney Daily Ttltgraph, JtfUn, IRS).
The Walthain Watch Company liavo been nwnnled Ihe
only gold medal given for watches at the Sydney Intcr
inlloii il Exhibition, nnd nro tho only exhibitors lu nny
class from the United Htatea who have received Ihla
distinctive recognition. MiMcIS:u!,v.
1 Sole Agent fnr thu Hawaiian Islands
CONSL'I.AMI HE LOS EsTAUOS U.MUOS I
lis Mejicu, Ktf H0.101.LI.U. f
Ales Cludadanosdola Itopdhllca j.'ejlcnnn: bos qnc
pcrti'iierxan a estn Itcpubllen, son avlsadospor medio
de 4stu Consiilnilo, do rejlstrur sus iiombrcs lo mas
pronto poslble, 4 Un do cousegulr la ilchlda protccclou
dfl Ooblcrno, para sus Intcrcscs que rcprescnlan en if
ucluilady las demas Islas da Hawaii.
It. W. Lmvk, CcWsVL ms Mojico.
Oflclnsv, Calle do Fort No. .11, Honolulu, II. I. 81 127 3m.
rpiI5 FIK.U OK IC1XG 'PHASK,
JL ddtii't business oil tho Islind of Knual, Is composed
of (.so. U . H. King and Geo. Trask, hoth nf Kauai.
ItaaaJ. April nth 1KS1. (3.1 It) KINO .v. TILK.
A IjTj 1MCHSOXS HN-DlilJTKD TO
l Jas. Illchardson formerly nf the Kohala store, aro
reqaestnl lo mako Immediate piyment to Jas, Woods
of KoV-Jla, or to Th.o, II, Davies, Honolulu, falling
ulilcli Inl procecdlnga will bn taken for their collect
lou. b'ta -1) 5t Til EO. H.DAV1KH.
Eich Easter Citron Buns '.
April 17th belli? Easier Sunday.
TO UK HAT) AT V. IIOlttT'Sj, OX
Hotel btreet, his usual good quality of HOI' HUNS
from 5 A- .M. to li I'. JI.
(lajrjntted eiiual to last year's. 811 31 It
A DMINISTltATOirS NOTICE.
H,A.VJLXG JJ10EX ATI'OINTEO AD
mlulstrator of tho Estate of Jeiemiah O'Nell, lato
of Houoluiii, deceased, all tiersons having claims
agalustlbe said 1 stato are hi rcuy notified to present tho
saiae duly authenticated within six mouths from this
dite, or Ihey will bo forever barred. And all persons
owing said estate to make payment to the undersigned.
A. J. OAimVitlOIlT,
Administrator Ksluto Jeremiah O'Nell.
April mm issi. :in st
T It AM H-A.TI.ANTIO
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Capital of tho Company A Ile9erve..UclchsnarkT.O(X).C0O
their llo-Insurnuee Companies " kVMDiOUO
Totnl Hclchsmnrk W.ouei.oou
Capital of tho Company A Deserve. .Itclchsmark S.8nn.(
their He-Insnranco Companlea " :ij,i),O0O
, Itelchsmark l.!,S30,(X)0
RUCK VERSICHERUHGS GESELLSCHAFT
Cnpital nf the Compiuy. f ran cs ri.OJO.OOo
raniK tixiii:its.tjNcii.jf:.vi:K,vi. .jkni-n
B. of the above three companies for tho Hawaiian
Islands, arc urepurcd to Insuro llulldlngs, Furniture,
Merchandise and Produce, .Machinery, Ac, also bugar
uud Ulco .Mills, und vessels In the h irbor, against loss,
or damage hy lire, on thu most fmorablu terms,
h-HJy. II. IIACKKHLD A CO.
SuriUSM-E COUUT Ol? t11K Ha
waiian ISLANDS. In 1'rnbite. In tho matter of
tho Kslato of JIAHV WILSON ANUUCWb, late of
Honolulu, O ill 11, deceased, testuto, Al Chambers, before
llr. Justice. I udd.
On reading nud IHIng tho I'ctltlon nnd accounts of
William O smith, Hxecutorof tho Will or -Mary Wll
sou Andrews, lato of Honolulu, decensid, wherein lie
asks to bo allowed S'"i;.0U, nnd charges himself with
$!!. und asks that iho samu may be examined and ap
proved, and that 11 llnal order may ho madn nf distribu
tion of the property remaining In his hands to the
persons thereto entitled, nnd discharging Mm mid hla
sureties froui all further responsibility ns such.
It Isordeiiul, that TUESDAY, the Ktli dav or Jlay
A. II. 11431, at ten o'clock A. .M,, beforn the said ,lusllce,
at Chambers, In the Couri House, at Honolulu, bo nnd
the same hereby Is appointed ns tho time and placo for
hearing said 1'etlllnu und Accounts, and that all nr
soiis lntiiested may then nnd there appear and show
cause. If any they have, why Hie sainu should nut hs
runted. And Hint this order. In thu English language,
iu published In Ihe bnturday Tress newspaper printed
ami published In Honolulu, for Ihreo successive weeks
previous in thu limn therein appointed for said hearing.
Dated at ilouolnln, II. I., this 1 Ith day April A, I), lhHI.
Attest! A. Hose, Justlco or thu Supremo Court.
Deputy Clerk of the Bupromu Court. 3.1 at
SUl'KKMK COUUT OP T1IK IIA
wnll 111 Isl mils, in Probate. In thu matter of tho
Kstatoof WILLIAM 1' DAMON, late of Honolulu, II,
I. deceased. At Chamhers, beforu tho Honorable
Charles Collin Harris, Chief Justlco or tho Supremo
On Itrndlnp- anil llllng tho Pitltloii and accounts of
Edward U Damon. Administrator nf Ilia Kstate of
William K Damon late of Honolulu, II, I., deceased,'
wherein be asks to ho allouud J.'J.t'Jj b'J, and chargoa
hlniielf with J-'U.lUl.h'). and askk that tho samo may bo
examined and apprnted, and that a final nrdi-r may ho
made of distribution nf tho properly reinnlulug In his
hands to ilia persons thereto cutltlrd, nnd discharging
him ond his sureties from all further responsibility n
It Is ordered, that MONDAY, tho inth day of May A.).
ISSI, atltlo'clnck A.M., before Iho said Jusiice, at C'liani
hers. In thu Court House, at Honolulu, hu and tho samo
hereby Is appointed as tho llmo and placo foi hearing
said l'clltloiianilnccoiiuts, and Ilia! all persons Intercsr
ed may then and theruappear and shnvveause. If any they
have, yhy tho sauiu should not ha granted, and may
present evidence as tn who are oiittlled to Ihe said
property. And that lhl order In tlio English Ian
Singe, bo published In the Saturday Press, a news
paper printed and published In Honolulu, for Ihrcu
successive weeks previous lo iha time thstf In appoln.
ted for said hearing.
Dated at Honolulu, II, I. this !)lh day of April A. D.
mi. OltAS.U HAIiltlH,
Chief Justlco Supreme Court.
Attritt Jxo, 11, IUnxenn,
Clark of tho .Supremo Court. 31 3t
1 , 1 .1 1 . - w 1 , . , , , '
GuiinUau's Sale of Beul Estitto.
BY VIUTUI-: OF A DlXKKi: IX
I'robatu nude hy tho Hon A, K. .lurid, Jnstlcunf
thu Suptemu Coiut or tho llawullan Islands on Ilia -1th
day of .March eurreut, I vt III soPal public auetlcn nt
noon nn MONDAY, tbe lllli day of .MAV, A 1). IMI,
at tho front or mauka viitruncu of Milol.inl Hale. In
Honolulu, all that tlio undivided i-iie-half paitur Inolety
of iny ward Mary Klleu Nevlllu In all that real cstata
altuato al Kona, in Ihe Island of Hawaii, and being all
ef lliosu tbrou lots of laud described In a certain deed
of mortgage from ltlclurd li. Nevlllu 10 0. r" Uullluu
datad Nov. lu, Itsl, and recorded In Iho llrglslry of
Heeds In Honolulu, In Itook'Jl, on pants lUanu 113,
which said morlgaga will be released on sale of Ihe said
Th purchaser of Ihe above- property may take al lb
samo llmo a comeysu :o fioui myself and my wlfo nf
Ilia reiualnlug half part thereof al the ,mnu rata. The
properly .0 to ha sold will tw conveyed frso from all
incumbrances and for cash, ild al purchaser'
pcii.s, r'orluriber descrtpllou i, lUepn-inlscs cniolrc
of the undersigned or hla Attorney, A. tl. llartwell.
NAKUU It. COLHUItN.
(loardlaa of Mary Ellen Neville,
Honolulu. II I,. April B. IWI. ttf 41
BY VJltTUK OF AX KXKCUTION
Issued o3l of Ihe Miiprem Court upon a Judgment
kvslnsl (1 Arinslroug, befi-ndint. In faior ef II. A.
Wldcuaan. 114111111, in eiccutlon fir Ihe Hum of four
Thou. and Threo Hundred and Ninety-two Dollar', I
havu la vied upon aud.Uall eiposo for salt) lu Honolulu,
I Um (rout door of Alllolaiif llsls, at U o'clock noo.i
iwi Ibvrsday, May Ub, A. 11. JWI, all thu rUbt, title and
Interest of said O. Armstrong, of, lu, and t- IboOlo
vslu Siii'sr 1'lantatloa. full particulars oil day of sale
nultss said Judgment, Inlsrist, costs and all txpensaa
bo urtvlousir satlsdcd. W. V, I'AIIKE, Marshal,
llouolulu, April I, IWI. at -It.
FK f OR EST tJUKII.
VME MI'UAK IN Uk IWXW.
Crushed Hns-ar In BarrcU- I)rr Urauutated Surar In
fttttuls. Foe Bale by tvtt UOLLES aV CO.
i'OR SAN FRANCISCO.
rfi, The -VI American llrlganllne
JSkS& IIOWAUD, Master,
Will havo quick dispatch for abovo port.
for freight or Passage, nprty lo
Jtt W.M tt. tltWIN A ftAiif nts
WILL SAIL FROM HONOLULU
.Moiulny, April Ith , at I o'clock p m
Thursday, April Ilthi ,...., at I o'clock p m
Monday, April SMh...... ..... ..at I o'clock p m
Tuesday, April Mh nt.1 o'clock a m
Friday, April IMh at 11 o'clock a m
Tuesday, April Soili... al 3 o'clock n 111
AltltlVINH AT KAUt
Wednesday April nth
'Sunday , .,,. April 171 It
Wednesday April 27th
HETUItNINO KltOM KAUl
HAtur.hr , ...April lull
Saturday April anth
TOUCHINO AT KONA AND MAALAKAl
Monday April llth
Tliursiiay ,....pm isi
817 31 Its
NEW YORK AND HONOLULU
nir.-e-TS Ol' THIS IMU'lll.Alt I.IM'.
fn..ri. V. If. (.'ro.sniiiu A llros.. No. 118 Cham.
i,n. Mi'.n.,i. v.,, Vnrk. u ill ilisoutch a ursl-rlass vessel
tho latter pail of May or early In Juno for Ihls port.
l'arllee desiring lo ship by this favorite line will for
ward thcli orders early, lo Becuro tlin necessary room,
HU am gl Agents In llouolulu.
Tuesday, April Iflth.npm
Tncdiy, April 20th, tip m .....
Tuesday, May ihl, :. p in. .......
Tuesdav, May 1llh,fip in
Tuesday, May l"tli,B p m
Tuesday, May aith, 5 p m
Tuesday, May. 'list, 5p m
Tuesday, June 7th, 5 p in.....,,
Tuesday, Juno llth, ft i m
Tuesday, .luneUlst, ft p in
Tuesday, Juno ith,B p mi....
..Circuit of Hnwnll
..Circuit of Hanall
..Oltcnlt of Hawaii
..Circuit of Hnualt
..Circuit of Hauall
..Circuit of Hawaii
do- STo Oreillt for 1'rtisinire .Money, -au
Wo positively declsnn 10 open nccounts for rnssaces.
unless llecelpleil liir.
Frolght Money Due on Domnnd.
In all caes of fn-lght fnr parties not responsible, or
unknown, tho freight money will ho required in advance
l'A4!KA4JKN !' I.KIII4IHM nml H'INKH MIJHi'
III! I'l.AINI.Y MAKICI'.II
For the pnrty whom they aro for, or plainly elnted In tho
receipt to whom they art consigned.
All demands for damage or loss must bu made within
In no way liable for Ios or accident tn live stock.
Cf7 IlacK Drivers, Hoys, and such like, will not be
allowed on hoard thu Hleanier on arrival, until nfler tho
passengers hato been landed.
817 WILDKK & CO;
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP" COMPANY
For San Francisco.
THE Na'JLEMUI) HTKASMIIIP
CITY OF SIDNEY!
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about Monday, May 9.
FOR SYDNEYVIA AUCKLAND!
Till: NPI.KKDIII NTt:A.nMIIIl
CITY op NEW YORK
H K A II II It V. 'o iu 111 1 U c r .
On or about Saturday, April 16
for freight und I'msshkc, iipply to
BIT an. II. UAClCI'KI.Dif 0...KCUts.
4.ooiN lor .Milpment per Nteiiiuer run now
bNlurl, t'rcu l C'lnirKC In Hie t'lrriruof
Vnr'loiiN lil-nr tlio NK-iniler Wlllirf.
From Honolulu to Hilo Direct.
Tho A 1 Clipper Schooner,
Will sail from Honolulu lo llllo direct, nnd will call at
lntermedlnlo l'orts on Iho return trip,
1'or Freight or l'assugc, applv to tho I'nptaln on hoard,
1 3I or A. KltAMIv UOOKK, Agent.
A. FRANK COOKE
A(li:jT KOll THK FOLLOWING UC.VSTK JtHi
WnUole, - Malolo
Waioll. ffijk IsiUu,
'Wniohn, 4tnS Walmnlu,
K';A,0-lt"' wllh WJ'I Ofllco-Cornvr of Otiecn
-l and Nnnanu Streets, i
BOSTON LINE OF PACKETS
Till! FINK Al HAHK ,
JVII.I. I.KAVK IIOHI ON SX THIN LINK
from May 15th lo Juno 1st next. Ordeis for
Goods bv this vessel should l.-nvn I,... .... ... i...
j&",!Lr,.r " li'."ii'rt xi co.
PLANTERS' LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO
C. Brower & Oo. -Agents.
-7-" ..w..M..,..t (viva,,., r,..r,K WWW
Merchandise received Mornice l-'rs-o
nnu uorrai crisl, advances mado on shipments by ihls
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET UNE7!
AttL C. Browor A Co.-Agonts.
.'V r,,,1lo arrangeuii'iila can alwaya boSCffi
maile for storage, and shliunsnt of Oil, Itone. Wool
Hides and other ; Merchandise to New Iledford. Ilcslon
New Vork nnd other Knstern I'orls. iwilasli ndvai rea
"""'' 7WDy d.IlItEWKUJtCO.
T?OR cahiiying mehohaxdisk
1 -V AJStV Aa(iA,3Ki. Oflico. a, IMcWriltg Co'.
r,r -...,;. " """ resmrnce, j ji. Hotel st.
817 .M tlin
F. II.' OKHINO"
1 to 100 Bags Selected at 16 ot.
11 ,1m Kona. Hawaii
FOIf HALF. HY
H. M. MOORE.
Practical Job Printer,
NO. 104 TORT STREET,
(Over Msllla' More.)
an 8IS All otdcra faithfully ittcndul lo. jy
ceo. c. stratcmYyir,
l'ttACTIOAL HIUN ANII HHUW l'AIMLH,
No. 84 Hotel gt.. opjioslta family JlarktL
oil UI ly
lUAKKivt; vhk 'zoi:,"
FOll HALE BY
THQ. M. DAVip f .
FRAXJt II. AUSTIN k CO..
Cmi4wioa Mcrc&aaU and For
Mce ?fo. M CaUfml. St., Ja Vi-aae....
Conl-ninnts from U Hawgtlan Islands At.s
ThQ Mtat niut WuHBIt-Lja'd 8lH uwHutr
" " .
anil no particularly ran 1110 niicuiion ui iuu ;ii,,,,,,,
public lo Iho necessity of having Jlaggago and i rclght
plainly marked; tho steamer will not bo responsible
lor nnv unmarked Ilnggace, or for 1'relght or I'arccls,