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nosoLVLV, Aran, si. iwi.
, All branches of bnslne hara been quiet flortnj the
' Wrk. The PMSS City of .few York arrived from the
Coast on Hunday nigh t and left enrljr on Monday morn-
In if. She brought a ccmaliltrable quantity of gcncr.ll
'folher arrivals" dnrlns the tvetk nro the Camden and
CUtle Martini from the Honnd with lumber, and the
Dlscaivery, Almy and Wrcitler from fan Franclicnnllh
nnrtril carxocs. The bark Alkaline hai also arrived
from (Haaginv with large order supplying; the demand
for varlon articles of which a scarcity was threatened
The bark Kdwaril Jlay pilled for San Francisco nn
Tuesday with a carijo valued at $180,309.13. she carried
the1 largest quantity of inRar that has tier left this port
l,Wi8i7 pounds, belntf IW.(S pounds more than was
taken by the Zealand! list week. The bark Don
Nicholas h discharged her cargo of coal, and the Am
hark California Is now on tier war to this port with a
largo quantity. Ikwaa onljrashort time ago that this
article was as scare as It Is plentiful now.
Thn hulldlnz and real eatate nt the foot of Kaahn
maim atrert helonglnc tothodeneral .Mllltreslalo, his
been disposed of to Allen A Itohlnsnn, rumor says, for
t Subjoined we rjlve Messrs Williams, Dlmond ttV
mrMtftly elrrnlar showing the condition of the San
Ha r'lMNcitcu, April Oth, 1MI,
Dear Sir: Slnci we hsd this plnsuro under date nf
L'th iilt.. We hare had Hit tat rains ihioiu-hout tint .mm.
try. anil prospects for the comlnjx season arc unuinally
HUUAH The ilemanil Is cr
HUdAIl The demand Is good and the distribution
Inner for the fleet quarter of This year than for any pro
vlons enrrisponillng quarter, as will bo seen by the
Muck January 1st, nbont I, l(') tons
Jtecelpla to Mar HI, llWJpkg Haw. about... 7,.vn
, " " ; I HaW mala Manila -laUU "
" " ' Iil.'sii) bajjs Kormori MM "
" " " l.Wt f.inl America IW "
" " " 1,'AV, China (loCblnesc).. 01 "
, Kaslcrn refined,.
Less, estimated slock of Manila, Formosa,
ilnWallin, Including " nimond'a" cargo ar
j J yjQ
maklnif'the distribution for the rjnatter, ll,W)'tons,nr
nt the. rate of H,(sm tons for the ye.ii. The grocery trade
l now obtaining what sugir It wants of the natural
Hawaiian product nt .1 fair advance nu cost In tin- con
tractors. Ihese sugars If sent licro for open market
would In the bulk natiirilly gravltHtolnprlcotothocost
of Manila orolher sugars, and with an excessive offer
ing of cliolco grocery grades might produce an nntago
nlsm t bring prices telow the .iinulla bn-ls, which still
remains nt our last quotation. High freights from that
port prevent any advance. Last sales of CnhaCenirlfii
gil Sugars In New Vork were at .Wo for in degrees po
larisation. Lirkct Ann.
An advance of He. nil round has been established by
our refiners slneo uur last report.
MCK-Markct flat, stock large, both In hands of Job
bers, Importers and epcculatus. Hales since the arrival
. uf the " l II Dlmond" of a moderate quantity all Site,
lias i per cent cash d( nit Cash. The qnautlty held
by one parly Is so larjo as to havo a depressing cirect
upon the vlrwa of Jobbers,
lU'celpts for the quarter IS,W bags, which Is more
than our consumption for that length of time. The
product of the Islands Is so largo now that a great por
tion of It must Ami nu outlet with tho uvirlind trade, or
be consumed by the Chinese, and to secure either of
theso outlets for same, the prlcn mustboabnntScuiiloss
Kast India Illco should bo unexpectedly high.
MOI.AMSKS-Our market was cleaned of the stock In
first hands prior to thu arrival of the ".Murray" with
iwbbls for a largo portion of which a vinegar maun-
isnunr is negotiating, unoice, in moiieraiequnutllles
will continue to couimnnd,Jlt!ic, but It should be In
llrst class packers. Tho loes by leakage and burst
tug am more lhau Mm extra cost of good packages.
ft'HAIiK Olt.No change: wo quote .TKc.
TALLOW Market shows Increased activity; GaoSJc
Choice Itendered; TtidtlH best Iteflned.
WOOL .Spring flip arriving In limited quantities.
Hales light; Han Joaquin VitiXUc ; Southern I'lecco
n.OUlt-U fl inker's Extra 5 1.B7JS ; Starr Mills, JI.CO.
ruiiiuiirs-ilurnet quiet hut firm: last charter sma
Iron ship at H.'sM basis Cork, UK, Onl
Iron ship dlst-niragcd In port,
JJXOllANOll-Loiidoii, Wdays Ilankcr's,
Commercial GOSSjcrJi; New York, iWcftSc
hip at H.'sM basis Cork, UK, Only ono small
PORT OF HONOLULU.
April IB Passed tho port bound west, a Itusslan bgtno
17 Am nh bk Atlintlc, .Mitchell, from Hew Tied-
Ileitford and cruise,
llrlt bk Alkshaw, Tate, 1M days fm fllasgow
I'M SS City of New ork, Seabury, from
Sim l.lkellkc, from Mnul and Hawaii
Htm Kllauea Hon, from Kuhului
' ' Sch Luka, from Kohabi
Sch Marlon, from llamakua
18 m bk Camden, IIa-dlc, from Tort fJamblo
U M 8 AVacluiritt, Lull, 17 days from Niii
Krnnclscn, In search of 1" .M S S City
' 1 of New York.
Am bktno Discovery, 1'crrlmann, SS) days
from San Krauclsco
Sell Mana, from Kohala
Sch Wnllelo, from Walanno
Srh Ivfllilknnnll. rmm lltinnlA
19 Am bk It V Ahny, Kreeman, 18J days from
French War Ship Ilussard, l'arlzot, S5 daya
SO llrlt bk Uoynl Tar, llraves, from Puget Hound
Haw b'tno Storm lllrd, Tlerney, :JI daya from
Am bk l.lazle Marshall. Ilergraanu, 'M daya
from Port lllakely
Stm.Ias Makee, from Kauai
Sch Ncttlo Jlerrlll. fiom Lahalna
Sch Jenny, from Xaulllwlll
SI Am tiktno Wrestler, Schiiaucr, 20 daya from
Sch Waloll, from Paiuhaii
Sch Wuleliii, from Mallko
Sch Mary E Foster, from Tunalnu
Sell Walmtlii from Kohaln
Si Htmr Ivrnlnnl, from Kona and Kan
Slmr Leliu.i, from llau.i A Mulokul
htmr Mokolll, from Koolati
!ri-Stm C It ilishop, Irom Knual
.cAprll IS Am bk llarv-st Home, Mattson, for Rltoads
atn iiiiu, jor ivoiuiaiHio
-.- .. Sch Leahl. for Kolialu
" , ' 18-P M H h City of New York, Hcabury, for byd-
ney ,t Auculand
s ' ' ! Ktm C It lllslion. for Kauai
Am wh bk Atlanilc. Wing, for Arctic
10 Am bk Kdwurd Mar. Johnson, for S K
ltalateacli Vivid. Cawley, for Funnln
ciiu i.enu4, uir .MoioKiu nnn nana
Htm Llkcliko. foi circuit or llaall
Htm Klhueu Hon, fuf Kahulul
' .Hch Jeiiulo Walker, for Onomca
Hell Warwick, for Kiilauimnu
0 llrlt bk Uoynl T.ir, (lrnos, for SIclbourno
Hch Manuokjuul, for Nnulllwlll
ncu ivaiiikoaoun, (or iionokaa
Hch llalenkala, for Peiioukro
bch Marlon, for Knkuihnelo
Hch -Mima, for Kohala
.n i - Hch Wallcle, for Mallko
SI Am bgtne Cniiruelo, Hownrd, for H V
Hch Ltholiho. f.ir Punalun
Hntti .- btm lmearMnke, fur Knual n u
Sch Malolo, for llakalau T
., Hch Mann, for Kohala
sa-Hch Luka. for Kohala
Sen Waloliu, for Valunao
Vossjola in Fort.
,, , Ufi H V.'achusctt, Lull. . .. ,. , ,
' I French UUpatch lloat Ilussard, l'arlzot. '
"Jalult bgtno Nlcolaus, ' f
Haw bgtno Poiuare. Tripp
Am bgtne Morning Star, llray
llol bk Don Nicolas, dray
Am sell Leiltla, Mill. dice
Haw sch (Hotaiil Aplaul, English ' I-.
u iib oh .tiaiudn, iuua
,Am bk Camden, Hardies
Am bktno Discovery. Perrlman
Am bk II WAImy, Freeman
Haw bgtno Storm lllrd.Tlerney
Am bktno Wrestler, Schnaui-r
Am bk I.tiila Marshall, Hcrgmatin
Voaaula Expootetl at Houoluln, Crom ForlR
llrlt bk Highflyer. Hchllemsnn, Iindon via St Michaels,
overdue, O llrvwer .t Co, Agents
Haw bk Kalo, Itothfus, t.ondou, duo June 1-8, II Hack-
iviu .v vv. .KVllt
'in. jitisca, r
from Draminen, due, 11 Hackfeld A
Am bk Cbeslilre. Ilachelder, New York, ilae May 10-s
. " .Castle A Cooke, Agents
llrlt bk Zoe, Campbell, Llrcrpool, duo May 10-15, T II
tier bk Cwlwri Habits, llreinen, due May 10-13, II Hack
feld ,t Co, Agents
t Am bktno Kato Sudden, Hates, Newcastle, X H W. duo
' 'Mava-10 . Acents ' '
llrtt bk Pacini: Slope, Humes, Newcastle, N H W. due
Mar l-A Allen ,t Itnblnsuu, Agents
,vni bk Amle, Samlbcrg, Newscastle, X H W, to
w a mlddU April. Allsn Itoblmon, Agents
Am bkltie Kmma Augusta, Port Damble. fur Kahulul
tins May l-t
3Jlllt ship City of llouibay, Unell, (Un.'ow, to sail mid,
JJ i 'Ulo March, 0 V Macfailuntf Co, Agents
1I seb Kaluui, Cook, from (lalapagos Island, duo
A F Cooke, Agent
ft bk Notro hamo Auxlllslrlee, - Xw Castle. N 8 W
due Wilder A Co, Agvnls
A bktue J A Falktiiburg. Hubbard, Han Kranclico
due Aiirl!-.'W. Caill A Cooke, Agents
A in sch Twilight. Wbltnry, San Frauelico. for llllo, duo
Am bitnaTW Lucas Wtutwortb, Port (lamble, load--.,.
.Tog Man-h 1 II Hackfeld -t Ctw Avrnts
. i.m tern W lillesbee, Kr.cheu, llunibaldt
Am bl.tns Amelia, Foyv, New C.tle, M b V, loading
Am bktna W II Dlmond, lloa.il lett, San Francisco to
tall April 1U. W Olrtsla ACti.AgeuU
' Ai 1 l I) MurniyV Itavin. baa Fcauclseo, toadlDg
April 10. FT I.uhuiCo, Ajtnts
Am bguia J II Siireck, lioujl.t, ban Franclaco, for
- -Ktbulnl, dusJIav J.J
Am bktne Mmllor, Nelson, Humboldt, das April V4C.
11 Hackfsldi Co, Agents r
Alubk lluenaVlsU. Calhoun, Port Hauible. du Mar
i'wm'I lU-ii." H UeA(4kl ACo.Axe.lts '
l'MHS l.'ltr of Sydney, laiboro,r byduer. due May 9.
H lUckf.l.tA. Co, A'vuls
PMSS ZealandU, Chr-aller, San Frauelico. due Mar
Ti'll, II IUkW4 4 Co. Aj.ul. '
Tb Ambk ll'.V Almy, It at Urewvrs Co' dock
.tllftargtuitaiiiiMoiivd rain ol nufral merchandls
Vl0"! 1?a FmiKlsco, hba It now CnuimandeJ by Capt
r4 irrraitn, ou of Uanl Fretuuau, her lata Cui
iiuuder. who retires from lhvi tr. for a hll. to re. Ida.
;la!Jiu l-rauclKo. Wa H'a!h runm capia hi ll the
uccots that hU father hat had befr.n kTii. Th. bark
. uUllooJ lih sikpur and will sail ' Sail VtiucUut no
'ritflrtit Jaya4ay int,
vthaAmbVlneWiinlaf airlre4 from Saa rranclico
oWTOutiKlay iAiulut, an4 d.Kked i lirswrc Cn's
dock Udlschaua. bun It a nsw ve.l. ihls belug her
urst tt.rai. Sho Is a mat, trim, looking crufi mid a
ood carrier, aud bat eBd pjutaxcr accoaiuicditloaa.
After discharging she will load for San Francisco with
The Am bk I.lwle Marshall arrived on Wednesday
with a cargo of lumber to Allen Jfc Itobluson, which she
Is discharging al their wharf.
Tho llrlt bk Alkrhaw arrived from (lligow last Sun
day, after a passage of tin days. Hho brings a general
rargoto Jlerrs (I W Macfarlane ,t Co, which she Is
dlschsrglngat the old Steamship dock. After discharg
ing she will be laid on for San Francisco, to sail In
abont two weeks,
, The Am bk Camden Is at tho foot of Fort Htdtscharg
Ing a cargo of lumber.
The llol bk Don Nicholas has discharged her cargo of
coal at the Ksplanade.and will sail forVletorla.KC.In
ballast early next wecck.
The Am bktna Discovery la at lh l'.MSS Co's dock
uncharging a largo assorted cargo from Han Francisco,
Shls commanded this trip by dpi Perrlman. Sho
win return to Han Francisco with a cargo of sugar on
Monday or Tuesday next.
The, USS Wachusctt. fapt I.nll. arrived last Monday
morning In search of the P.MHS City of Now York,
arriving Just In time togct 1 sight at the steamer as shu
steamed olTto Sydney. Thn Wachusett returns to San
rranclico to-day, and from thence to Mare island naiy
raid, where she will bo repaired and then proceed to
Sitka to relievo tho Jamestown. For list of oillceri,
ctr, see another column.
The French war-ship Hit'surd, Capt 1'arlr.ot, arrived
last Tuesday Milav from Panama She will remain
hero forthreeor fonr daya more, when nils will pro
ceed to Marquesas, For list of officers see another
VVcdneidiylrom Jalnlt with 70 South He Islanders,
also brini'lng Capt Whitney, Mllcers and crews of tho
Haw bk Hawaii, wrecked at the Island of Tarawa. For
fnll particulars sea another column.
The tern llvn expected from Humboldt has been
withdrawn, the bktne Monitor taking her place.
The Nor bk lleta made a quick run to Han Francisco
of I til 1 vs. Wo hear that some of her cargo of sugir
was damaged, 'llio W II Dlmond went over In 15 daya
18 hours, and the J II Hpreckels 1 1 days IK hours from
The IMward May sailed for Han Francisco on Tnes.
day lasl inking tho largest sugar cargo that has ever
been taken from here, amounting to l,WJ,V77 pounds.
She was H working days In port, during which shu dis
charged USX tons 11 f general cargo and funded ubout the
same quantity of sugar, rice, etc.
Tho llrlt bk Suffolk was to sill from London April Dili
for Ht Michaels to procure emigrants for Honolulu. Hho
Is consigned to Ilrcwcr ,t Co.
Tho Am bk California", Love, was to sail from New
castle, N s W, April 1, with 1TM tons coal, consigned to
U llroner A ("o,
.LT1l!,'.ro '" now ,n Turner's yard n largo schooner about
he ClausHprcckels'slae nearly renly for launching;.
. . . '" ,hu '""" for a brig nboiit the sle of tho
John II Spreckels. Poth or Ihcee 'easels arc for tho
Hpreckcls llros HawalHu trade. Alia.
A Itusslan bgtno passed thn port last sathrday fore
noon bound west, probably to tho Ainnor river.
Lust Wednesday the llrlt bk Unyal Tar, Capt Oraves,
anchored oirthc port ;hls chronometer had ulven nut
and she put III hero to get a new one. Sho eulleil again
tho same evening fur Melbourne.
Iteport of etnir Cliy of New York, Seabury, Com
niamler Sailed from San Francisco 011 Suniliy, April
loth. atSHOiMi. .Made tho Island of Maul at noon or
tho IT th Inst. At 3 r m or the eamu day met schooner
Clans Sprcikels, bound to Han Francisco On April 12th,
nt 5 r m, thr Iter Win Cruden died at sea nt dysentery
nnil general debility ; he was burled nt sea on thu fol
lowing day at 10 a M, hit ai0 HI' N, long I.W ) W Ar
rived oil Honolulu on tho 17tli Inst, at lOiM i- x. First
part of loyiigc uxtierleucril NW winds; cncountereii
fresh trade winds from lat 85 :)' N.
ArrlvciUtSnn Francisco March SDlh, Am rchTwI-
ngiii, n niiiiey, .-i nays irom llllo, llauali ; March Slst,
Am tcm Ida McKay. Johnson, hincoMiirc
Slid, Am bktno J A 1 nlklnburg, Anderson, li
1; March 2.1th, Nor bkllctn. Uirlstensou, h
II March stltli. Am bktno Han Luis, McDo
March Pi; March :11st. Am bktne W II Dim
lett. hence March 15; April Sal, PMSS City nl
Seabury, henco March 27; April (Hit, Am bl
rilV. ItAVell. Iienen Mnrch 11, AnrllTll, A ,
II f March SKItli. Am bktne Han Luis, .McDonald, hence
.iinrcn is; .March :ilt. Am bktne W 11 Dlmond, lloud
lett. hence March 15; April Sal, PMSS City of New York,
Seabury, henco March 7 ; April (Hit, Am bk D 0 Mur
ray, Haven, henco March 111; April 7th. Am bgtno J 1)
Hpreckels, Douglass, II d.i) b Hi hours from Kahulul.
Arrived at Port Oainblo April Uth, Am bk Jen
Pitta. H evert, henco March 12.
Arrhed at Victoria II C March 27th, Drlt bk Mary
Mildred, from llllo.
Arrlied at Port Townscnd Arrll 6th, North Star,
Morehouse, henco Morch 12.
Arrlicil at Auckland-April 4lh, P.MSS Australia,
Carglll, hence March 21,
I cb 0, lat 8 N, long 2U W, Gor bk Ccdcr, Itolphs, from
HriMiien, for this port.
Febl7(iiopo.ltlou clicn) llrlt bk Zoc, Campbell,
from Liverpool for this purl.
From Port Townsend, per Camden, April 18-a.t2.0Wj
ft lumber and ISOM shluglca to Hackfeld ,t Co.
From San Francisco, per City or New York, April IS
1 cs clothing tn .Ins lliwaetl; IS cs booti" null shoes to
O OcrtxjlO nkga groceri -J to A W llusli; It pkgs irock
"y and I pUga gruccrlea to V J Mossman ; ,'i cs nidsu to
A V Itlchardson; it pkgs furnlturo ami 1 cs musical in
atrunienta to (I r Wells; II pkgs druga to Ilolllster A
Co; Spkgslroii.lcoppiraiiil 1 pkg hnso toTII l)alea:
4S pkgs Milan to Sing Chung A. Co; IU0 pkgs groceries
to II May. V Co; SO pkgs groceries to Hart llros; (it cs
bread. 1 libls salmon and Ml mats rlco to T It Davles; &
ca lndso to J p Woterhoiisu; 1 cs lithographs and 22
.ik' iimuNuru v, gmesw.iru io uasiio x uookc; 1 cool)
irom tllasgow, per Alkshaw. April 18 10 bales bags
to llnekteld .t Co; 600 ca nle. 2,0 pkga liquors, IBbalos
bigs, Wicsgalinulzed Iron, 3J tasks glassware, 21 bdla
Jenco wire, (,j pkgs drugs, 11 pkgs dry goods, in cka hoi
low are. .10 pkgs paints, Xt) dins oil, Wcralea earthen
wnrc, GTiO baskets tc 1, 1 bt machinery, 10 M F brick, 12
baga r clay, 10 unks A3U5 bills galniiilzcl pipe, S.ICJ
bars A 11H bills Iron. 723 bdls wire, Utl Ingots metal. 111
pkgs hardware. SI cts buckets, 2S7 tnim coal nml 1 pks
eamplesloO W Macrarlano.t Co; 177 pkgs Ironwork,
2S0 furnace bars, 75 F clay coicrs ami 0 bxa machinery
to YV I.llrcon: 7M pkgs liquors to II Macfarlane & Co;
Ics eHects to Wm'furnrr; .lc books to II A Wldemann!
377 pkgs liquors. H)cs wine ami 111 biles bags to Order;
W liquors to T II Dii lea; .1 bales bagging 10 Castle
Cooke; !) pkgs hatdworo to K O Hall .t Son; I balo
shirts and 3) biles bags to (Irlnbaum .fcCo; IU0 bxa
aonp and 21 bales dry gouda to llyinan llros.
From San Francisco, per Dlscoiery, April 10 00 ca
gin ti llrowu ,fc Co: 12 pkga wagon material to .M J
Itnso; S casks lead to Ilollea .t Co; W cs whiskey and 1
c corks to 11 MacLirlani: Jt Co; 10 bdls ilms and 15 ca
wagon materials In O West; sal ca salmon to W tl Irwin
A-Co; 2 carboys acid to Ilolllster ,t Coj Scehalsto.M
Mclnerny; 7 pkgs furniture ami 150 ks bran to K P
Adams; 21 pkgs piper 10 it (Irieve; 1 c mdso to thu In
terior Department; 2 cs booka to thu Ilo ird of Kduca
tlonj 2 cs stationery In the, Supreme Court; 4 cs clears
to Cleghoru Co; 3 cs clgnra to S D Uurniws; I c ci
gars to F T Lenchau Co; S cs clgurs to tlrlnbaum i
J,.'!f i"c".c,iKnr" inA J('S"'; ' I'kgs machinery to H Q
vuiilcr; 1 hx seeds to J Cooper; -ca clgirs to Order;
JS pkgs hardware and 00 bags coke to T II Davles; 5 tc
hiuis,iy tikga leather, 3 pkgs nails, (1 pkgs dry goods.
7 cs boots & shoes, IS1! pkgs crackers, I cs cottons, 2,:i
posts, 271 bales, hay, M ska uhcat.Bl ska oits, :m ore
flour, 200 sks O barley mid 100 ska potatoua to ilockre
ACo; lll5pkL'shurdwurotoDllllngham&Coj I cs mil
anil JO likes wlrn In thn lTniv rri.lint,nn r,., t . u .t
.."." c,,, n, in, nu,, i, to kj unutu 111 triuiinuni ,c in;
goods, boots, Ac to J Kaiser; asj pkgs gnicerles to A W
llush SU1 bales hay to J I Dowsed; iuik (1 barloi to
LaluoACo; SObxsglass, 150 hhls llmo, ,a posts, su
i-ns" ""w " iii"iuB to .viieii v iiooinsoit; xiil pkga
snap to McChesuey; 11 cs hats, 7pkga mdse to lly
man llros; 200 M shingles to Lower. & Co; II pkgs
hardware, and 1 pkg furniture to E 0 Hull A Hon; Tim
ska bran, fJ aka Hour, 100 ska barley, luo ks oats. HM
Ska nntaloes. Ml aks rnm. HI .- II h.rlnv mi i. .-'...
cerlea to II May A Co; as bales hay, 20 sks bran. 27 ska
1 . aslnol-d Inll II 1 I.. ..!... .m f. . ai.l I 1 . , J
in li r. n niiiiey i lanKa glls
midnllitn li IT ft llae,..
- ta- HW1. ( aWltTlim, W Ikl
:s clocks tn T II Davles; 2W1 sks flour, 50 bbls Iliuo,
dry goods to JT Wateihousq; H cs dry goods und
ironware to I! Hoifdilaeger A Co; i cs cottons t
,,,,..,"", " --"', ,.,vi,v, w wu, m ,B (.uill'IIH 111
n,.., .( f... 1 . . ... .
.. ii .,iciaiiniio.v.n; i pugs muse to Uastlo A Cooke;
1 case to I" A Harnd;n: 13 pkgs ponder to K l) Hall A
Son; II pkgs Ui a addrcssca and bJO pkgs io various
From San Francisco per H W Almy, April I0-S3 hlf
bbls salmon and II bbls salmon to Hackfeld A Co; 25
hlf tlrks butter to Urlnbairn A Co; IW bales hay and &.'!
y,8!, IOsJ1.'!,l,r,, 7 ''''L2', ". w l', ,0 Lew I'M A
t ooke; Wbsles bars, 100 bbls lime, SWska barley. Oil
ska oats.TW sks bran, 73 ca bread, 1UJ ska potatoes, 10 M
bricks, 107 ska corn, 200 or aka fliair, ail bales h.iy, 401
bdls shingles to Castle A Cookn;Scacl.'ars to A Jueger
H.nl..,.,or,.,"kc,J"j 1'" IxsIb Maishall, April 91
SO'J.UH (t lumber, a
mi iisj ji siiingies to Allen A Hobln-
. From H.m Franclico, per Wrestler. Anrll 21.
pie A tone, to W tl Irwin A Co; 50 bbls pla.ter to
Order; Ml pea cedar, 8,&ud posts to Lew era A Cooke; 17
71 Kr 'i"'" ,U.''A. bchaurer A Co; 10 ca con milk to
Holies A Co; 00 cs beer to A Herbert; 30 c wnlskcv. I
cs .hour cards to M.icfarlutm A Cot 20 ca whiskey. IdOcs
J'Wr.lWM brick, 311 bblsllmc.Hlbhlscenient.2vil tole
... .j. u.nn iu i.ciirnnii a v-o; c wniskey to
oy A Lotlpkes groceries. lOU sks piutoestos
:ulchACo: Ksl bags bran, I coop plgi. l coon
ens tn A YV liusht 1 horso in Cant if sC,,5,,.i1 ..
hay. 1J0 bags bran, 34 bags middlings
A Co: SOU sks flour to Urdrr; liw bi
a ,t Co; iuj bales hay to Macfarlau
bales hay to
bate hay to Ulue A Co; 5 bbls cement,
im IV0 I1AJ
1 ! I.hI SJ.l
iag. bran, I ciKip pig to ll Urower A Co; Bl pkgs agrl
ultural luipleuieuts lo Order. '
baff't101' llaii' '" l,,rve, llxtne, April 3 Iu
For Sydney aud Auckland, per City of New York
April l4-in lbs cease. Val!i Domestic. VltW. '
For Fanning'. Island, per Vivid. April J9-5Sa lbs
TJfnVhl.Veai: fe''Cl ""' V"M ow,- MM
.J?"' l'ln.c.10',L, KJward May, April lS-iJW,,
aTribssug.r.lloawlbs rice, I57S pc hldes.'aioo ica
W yn, Su3a " molasces, son bnch. bauana.
Yalsa Domestic, $tll,657.lil; Y'alua Foreign, 3,fjO,m,
For Han Franiltco. per I.allllla, April 31-tV.i"Ulba
ngar, Y'alue Domi!claO,llJ.lJ, " '
For San Francisco, per Contatlw. April 1l-r5,l7 Ibi
agar, 51 bucks bananas. Value Domestic, $t,l50 01,
From Jalult, pcf Htunu Hlril, April Cl-In ballast,
For Itoyal ltoads, per Harvest Home, April tiV-'VieU
.rr.1" Sln Frauoltco. tier City of New York. April
17 VJr''.1? Walnworlh. LO rlrewvlch and wife,
K A You BChln.di,D totter. Mrs II O Morse, Miss M
Atloihaiu.J Wlnlock. IKJcik., J M t'rowell. J Hdtr
kirk, J M Low. il Carry. YV Usirlll. F Frauelseu and
ScJilocsuaudXriia transit for Sydney aud Auckland.
. ''ft ."J0!'. "d. Auckland, per City of New York.
April ivf-j 11 btv.,v;r,a J children. Mra mW
ker. Ague. Kuillsh, II Freidlndr.
iili"?i 8niJl:. Pt Helen YV. Almy. April 19-
'CUlaJl'.,, fl"""4' f'r 'r-'ltTV. .April .p-i
Fro'ej San Francisco, utrWreslUr, April 2-F Weeks,
C Fleggt.'J Hamilton.
From Jalult, per blerui Bird, Apill Sl-ltev M Kspu,
in tiucKi'iis ui nicner jo uo; vs pugs gmeerlea to s
nrrrimcn ,e uo; i cs wiuakoy to Jlacrarlauo .t Co; 1
bx gold coin to Til Davles; .110 pkgs mdso tn various
Chlneso firms: 1 ca marhlnrrv tn linlpr, ,,,1.1 u ml..- ,
.- j ..., ,..,., .. ,,,;, ,u
, , . ""'"""'i w,i"K, i-sksoois, j pkgs lean, m
lia es hay, 2.I M shluglcs. SS kgs powder niid2pkg
miisc to W lliler A Co; 2 cs clears and 2 ca mdso to Phil
lips A Co; 2 aka poutocs, IWca starch. Ik pkgs butter.
11 rolls leather. 2 cs hardware. 13 bis ralnlns. flis i,t
vmmigr.nt.!-ptWhi,nCJ,lndCmT0f "M Bn'1 '
For Han Franclco, per Cnnsnelo. April 2l-,Ino D
Spreckels and party ot 6, K W Hammer, Jno Hammer,
At Walohlnn, Hawaii. March 27, IMI to Mary, relict
I the lala Thomas K. Conk, a son.
CHUDKN-Atsea, April 18th. on board of steamer
City of New Y'ork, ltcv Wm Cruddi, of dysentery nnd
COOK -At Wslohlnu, Hawaii, April S, IMI, (li.onnir,
I nfanl son of Mary II. and the late Thomas K. Cook
THE SATURDAY PRESS
Published for the Saturni-ir Pimss AssoctAiiii.t by
Hook, Job and General Printer,
Ilonotuln, II. I.
The HiTimtiAT Pnisa cannot -jnderlako to return
communications, accepted or rejected, andwehaiotn
reoni st correspondents to append their true natnts and
addrcracr, not necessarily for publication, If so dc
aired, but as a guarantee of tho good faith ot tho w titer
Eli. HATunrur 1'itr.ss
A 'JUL 23, 1P81.
Tins Adtcrlh'r, tinder tlio licuiling ''coin
nuiiiicatcd," lias recently iiiiIiUhIiciI u scries of
ptpors labelled ' Street Talk." All nrc nlTeii
slvoly vulvar, mid In tho lust i'khiio kibI.
lively indecent. It In to Lolloped lliatiftlio
Adirrtistr liavo tiny foreign rendern, tliceo
olTiiaions may not bo coliaidorcd ns typical, or
indeed in any way representative, tif tho
street talk to bo mot with in this city. Thu
writer appoirs tn foregathor for tho most part
with tho frcipiontors of bar-rooms, and lumpers
or loafors on the wharves ; but oven then wo
do not bcllovo In tho nun with his " wido
awako on his left oar, squinting at tho bead on
tho Hoiirbou willi his llghf oyo, and who
jingled n lot of cash in tho tuccsses ol his
pants." Farther quotation would bo (inad
visable. Wo do not rccognizo such htrcct
talkors In Honolulu as thoso who tnaka this
wiitor their confidant. That "old salt," though
ho docs uso tobucco, and swears, was never iu
his lifo, wo will bu bound to say, at sen but as
a stowaway or steerage passenger. That tho
"old acquaintance" in Chinatown, who so
tlolicately explains his reasons for refusing
work, but proposes to start a smuggling un
dertaking, is more probably nearer tho real
cxporienco of tho writer, seems likely enough.
At all events, wo npplaud tho " irnto genllo
man" who cried out, " Stop that paper! don't
leavo it hero any moio 1" nnd thoioby attracted
tho attention of nn irato editor. Tho coarse
ness of theso communications, nfter all, s.ivois
moro of tho Colonics than of tho Coast, and
points moro towards Larrikins than to hood
lums. It may bo lcmomborcd by many that when
tho provisions of King Lunalilo's will wero
first mado public, u ficquunt remark was, "Of
what tiso will bo tho building of a homo for
aged, infitm and impoverished Ilnwniiatis,
when thoro is no provision mado for tho main
tenance of tho fabric and its inmates?" To
this wo nro happy to bo ablo to answer that
tho estates of tho lato King havo lcalizcd in
tho hands of tho Trustees so considerable a
sum abovo their first anticipations, that after
tho completion of tho building, purchnso of
site, etc., thoro will bo available a sufficient
amount, which, carefully invested, will yield
an incomo sufficient to maintnin tho establish
ment in thorough efficiency, and its inmates in
comfort. Tho will of Lmnalilo gavo riso to no
small amount of litigation, sundry of its pio
visions boing keenly contested. In tho end,
howover, tho Trusteed gained almost eveiy
point, and tho death of Ka'uaiua released tho
proporty from its solo chaigc, and vested tho
wholo extensivo estates in tho Trustees, ex
cepting only tho rnariuo icsidcuco of tho lalo
King, at .Vaikiki, bequeathed by him to H.M.
Queen Kmma. Tho wholo bequi'Bt is expected
to realize considerably over ono hundred thou
sand dollars, though somo portions having
long leases yot to inn uio not availablo fur im
mediate sale. It is expected that tho building,
as such, will bo eompluted by tho end of this
e.ir, after uhich thu furnishing, water supply,
etc., will occupy somo littlo time longur; but
by this tiinu next year wo hopo to seo tho
"crowning of tho edifice" by tho admission of
tho first recipients of Lunalilo's bounty as
publicly and as satisfactorily accomplished as
was tho laying of tho foundation stono. Plural I
Wi: publish olsowhoio u lottor to tho
Foreign Office, recounting tho " Progress
of tho Alii Kalakaua" in .Tapan. It
will bo scon, as was anticipated, that tho
Japanoso Emporor olectod to ovorlookr tho
incaqntta under which, as his Government had
bostt advised, it was intended by tho King to
travol, and has tocetved him right royally as
a brother Monarch. 'J lie welcome nccoided
to him whb ho cordial, so thoroughly hos
pitablo and withal so truly regal, that wo earn
estly congmtul.ito tho King, tho royal suito,
nnd tho Hawaiian jiooplo at largo on the course
of uveitis as rolatud in this lottor. It is
interesting to noto thumeoting of two friundly
rulers, each representing a nation which has
but comparatively recently taken, and boon
accorded by nil tho civilized world, a position
amongst tho groat group of civilzed mid pro
gressive pooplcs. In this respect tho Hawaiian
nation has the priority, and naturally tho Km.
peror and his officials worn anxious to show
their distinguished visitor tho progress thoy
themselves h.ivo mado iu adopting tho idcus,
tho inventions and conveniences providod by
modern industry und science, which not long
ago they hud rcpolled and jealously ox eluded
from their shores, whilo Hawaii was nlroady
advancing with raiid strides on tho pathway
of progress. Perhaps no two uioro reinarknblo
events of their kind can bo quoted iu tho
world's history than tho spontaneous repudiu
tnr of their old idolatries, with their cruel
rites nml barbarous customs, by tho Hawaiian
chiefs and people on tho ono hand, aud tho
sudden ruvotiitinn in Japan, tho abolition of
tho dual monarchy and tho eager adoption of
now laws, manners and customs, even, wu may
say, modes of thought und action, as seen in
that country at tho present day. It was only
in 1853 that Comtnodoto l'nrry reached Joddo,
and u tho fivo following year commercial
treaties wero concluded with America, Great
lliitaln, and Russia, and Nagasaki and Hako
dsdi opened to their commerce. Ten yours
moro wero taken up by revolutions ami counter
evolutions, and wars foreign and domestic ;
und only in the last ten year lias Japan been
.adopting Uio inventions and improvement
brought from ubioud, receiving and tending
fofth euib4ts!ci eaUblinhing uclPohf under
foreign superintendence, ami ending abroad
her youths to bo educated, Ju tbeio ten year
.Vfliat wonders, have-bon. wrought; raiway,
telegraphs, etoam printing preasen nro fumiliar
in the neighborhood of treaty port and nro
constantly " 'spreading. Such fundamental
clnugco as tuco cannot bo thoroughly ac-
ceptablo to ovorjrono nlTootc.l by them. Itill
' ,ah0 a Koiicrntioti or tnoro to cattso lliem to bo
willinnlv nilm,i.,,l nr nvnn nnrlimtn :i.ii:
willingly niiotileti or oncii pctimpt intclli-
gonny unucrsioou. i no rjrcai torus ui Uio
soil will rcptot their feudal privileges nnd tho
poor will miss tho patriarchal protection of
their chief i but though thcro may yot bo
troublo in itoro for tho Japanese, tho wedgo
which is btoaking up their old internal
economy, aud tho blows which havo shattered
their old jealous nnd oxclnsivo foreign policy
havo been driven homo loo far to admit of any
but a temporary check. Meanwhile wo rojoieo
at tho spectnelo of tho cordial greeting of tho
rulers of Hawaii and Japm, theso two young
members of tho great comity of nations, and
thank tho Kmperor and his Government Tor tho
courteous wolcomo with which thoy havo re
ceived King Kalaknua,
Tho royal parly havo been hoard of from
Slinngliuo, whora thoy spent two days, and
thciico on lo Hongkong. Wo wish them con
tinued health nnd enjoyment.
Tin: small-pox still pursues tho ovon lenor
of its way, nnd 37 fresh cases, with o deaths,
wero reported in tho enilrso of tho week. Wo
havo already culled attention to tho persistent
practico of concealment amongst tho natives
ami Chinese, and again wo beg thoso who nro
nblo to do to to urgo upon the natives tho
vital necessity of making known to the projvr
titiltnrilie.i Urn oxistenco of nny suspicious oaso.
Wo say emphatically thu proper authorities i
thoso of tho Hoard of Health in particular, or
any ttitrfullif quutijletl physician in general.
Wo know for certain that iguornut, un
educated natives, without any qualification
whatever, nro tampering with small-pox pa
tients, helping to conceal them, treating them
after tlicir own fashion, nnd occasionally when
tho viclims wero near their last gasp, report
ing tho Cisc, thus striving to tnako it appear
that the patient had died under tho treatment
of tho physicians of tho Hoard. Onu man in
particilar, ti kahuna named Klema, has con
tinued his unlawful practices for a long time,
and hitherto with impunity; although with so
littlo ittumpt nt secrecy, that ono is lead to tho
conclusion that thcro must bo somo iiiflilenco
at Jiis back and that ho is protected by somo
porsonor pcisoun who ought to know belter.
This ir.au not only undertakes tho treatment
of small-pox cases which aro concealed from
tho lavful authorities, but actually tampers
with patients who tiro under tho caro of quali
fied physicians. If wo want to get rid of this
pestilence, wo must first get rid of unqualified
praclitittieis by putting tho laws against them
in forco( inflicting llio penalties awarded to
such culprits without fear or favor. Mean
whilo wo beg tho proprietors nnd editors of
papers in tho Hawaiian language to point out
tho Buicid.il folly of concealing Biuall-pox.
Tin: following letter has been protty ex
tensively circulated, having been forwarded to
tho Government ns woll as to privnlo indi
viduals. Thoro is littlo difficulty or risk in
assigning tlio nuthoiship to Morono himself
who appears to havo thoroughly bamboozled
tho youths into tlio belief that what they writo
is trtio. Wo informed our roadeto somo timo
ago of tho arrangements mado by tho Govern
ment for transfering tho chaigo of tho youths
to Mr. Huckfold, tho Hawiiian Consul at
Bremen, who also will receive and disburse
tho monoy needed for thoir maintenance and
education. Very possibly howovor, tho Dob
may thtow ovory difficulty in tho way of part
ing with his proteges as they aro probably
useful to him as ovidenco of his official status,
and, thoir liberation accomplished, wo should
not bo surprised at tho early arrival of his
Donship iu this Kingdom with a demand on
this Government for repayment of tho sums
alleged to havo boon by him advanced from
his porsoual estates for tho suppoit of the
patty. Wo need scarcely say that tho naval
or militaty education, has not yet been begun.
Rout:, Italy, February 2-.M, 1881.
"Our toeing Cmtiitriineii : We, three of His
Majesty's juvenilo subjects, nml truo sons of
Hawaii, hunt by the Hawaiian Government iu caro
of .Mr. 0. 0. iforuuo, a good and houorabls man,
with whom you aro nil well acquainted, to be rilii.
dated abroad, wish lo make known to jou oar
countrymen, that His Majesty's Ministers havo
nctcd towards ns inn slinmeful mannor by leaving
us in this strange Innil without tlio meau3 of sup
port. .Mr. Moreno Iins been compelled to supply
lor us with his own money 'which ho draws from
Ins own estates ; wliilu tlio money appropriated by
tho Inst Leghlatmois lying idlo in tlio uovorniuont
building in Honolulu. This is indeed nu act of
Christian charity on -Mr. .Moreno's j,iart for ho is
not compelled to do so."
' Wo tlieruforo ilumand that His Majesty'fl Min
isters should immediately send our proportional
Hliaro of tho money appropriated by thu last
Utgislaturo. y(,ur friends abroad,
ltoiiiutT W. Wilcox,
JtonEKT Ni AJoTri.''
To tho Hawaiian People, Honolulu.
That a serious dispioportiou in the num
bers of tho soxos iu any community is a gravu,
ovjl, no ono questions ; that tho evil is inten
sified whon it is thu fomalo sex which' is it i Uio
minority, is also truo : and that this intensified
evil exists in this Kingdom, cannot bo dis
puted. Hut this Is no now discovery. It is
no ono'a patent-right. Hunting and blathering
about lovo of humanity in gonoral, and of thu
Hawaiian race in particular, doos not consti
tute philantluopy: nur docs ttho syetomr,tio
vilifying of mon or set of men, occupied in nn
industry not nno's own, represent statesman
ship, Much that wo havo rend lately on tlio
subject, Especially somo articles onilouvnring
to fix tho crimo of a murderer on tho negli.
gonco of his employer, reminds us of a charac
ter ill IItiilibr.it) who,
"Comnounda for aina he baa a mind tn,
lljr dauinlmr. Ihoao hu'a not Inclined to.
Tho true philanthropist or statesman will not
b4 satisfied byppalng ns tho solo exponent of
circttmbtiincua.which aro known to all und do.
nied by none of evils deplored by till, de
fended by non but will buckln to, and will,
as far as in him lies, work, that by opposing,
os ho may ond.them.
Tho, matter, seems to us to be far moro
difficult than appears nt first glance, lly the
census of 1678 it is stated that in tlio native
population olorio the males exceed thn females
iu number by noarly a thousand (U75);
amongst the half-castes there is a small pre
ponderance uf females. Of alt foreign nation
alities tho males far outnumber tho fctualcj.
without reckoning the Chiucso, who in 1676
counted &u70j of whom only 131 were females;
and this disproportion ha been enormously
increased by tlio arrivals of tho last fivo
mouths. Here, then, rvo nro brought face to
face with the facta. Even supposing there
wero no native women married to foreigners,
which is very far from the fact, even then
there would be a thousand Hawaiian men and
no wivcu for them. Hut the Chineie part of
tho question is the most difficult. Her we
have Chinamen by tho thousand, nnd but a
few score of ihtir country womeuj bb4 wo
know by experience, and by the testimony of
those best nblo to form, f correct judguieqt,
that respectable Chinese women are riot to ha
induced to emigrate. Tho bringing in of u- I
ropoan families h n mom denlrablo way of
incrcifting Uio general population, but tlocs lint
I ..-.,., ,. , . ..
rovivify tho Hawaiian raco. Tlioy .tlmont nil
marry amongst their compatriots; and if hero
and thcro n Kttropean marries n Hawaiian,
that can scarcely bo called "recuperating"
tho Hawaiian stock,
Of tho South Sea Islanders but fow marry
with Hawaiians n mero speck In tho great
void. Tho Storm llirtl brings by this last ttip
twenty-fivo singlo women, but then sho has
also fourteen single men. Probably theso last
will intermarry with their countrywomen,
leaving n margin of e'reen women I Now for
tho thousands of Chinamen: what docs tho
Adcertiier rccommond ? They will not bring
or send for wives for IlicmsolvcN. Not even
tho subsidy for tho China Merchants' Steam
nhip Lino would Intvo remedied this evil. In
deed il would havo increased tho dispropor
tion of tho sexes, Shoals of Chinamen would
tno poured in, nided by Hnwniinu public
money. Tlio statu of affairs so vehemently
reprehended note by tho Adcerther, would
havo been nn exnggoratcd ovil, with thoHtrcuu
ous ndvocnoy of tho mombor for Laliainn,
tho promoters and baokeiH of tho scheme
might havo been benefited nt tho oxpenso of
ovoiy ono olso, but not tho natives Let im
then ask for, not generalizations, but a definite
scheme well thought out nml intelligibly put
bcfriru tho public; not ficrco denunciations ofn
particular class, but n plain answer to tho
question how to provido homes for tho Chi
namen. If tho Adcertls'r can tlo this, it will
havo earned its pay, and tho thiinkH of thu
community; if it cannot it should coaiio to
blama othets for not doing that which it is
iiiuihlo to do itself. Only lot us havo some
Following is tho Hoard of Health's small-pox ro
port, with list of deaths, for tlio week ending Fri
day, April 1E.M, nt IU it.:
Small-pox cinea reported alnce taut report.
Unaet previously riportid
Total atnall-pox caca reported
Number of deiitlm alnce laat report
Number previously reported
Total number of death
Placed In .quarantine olnce Inat report, at Kohololoa
Placed in quarantine nt lait report
IH'chargcd Melt ,
Iteleiiscd from quarantine, knkuaa
" " " Chlneio
Tofl 111 quarantlno thia dite,...
J. A. lUssisnr.it, Secretary.
LIST OF DEATHS RINOK LAST IIIU'OIIT.
Lillnoe, w ?. years, Quarantine Hospital.
Paiinown, w., UO yoars, " "
Kniliehu, k., lit jears, " "
Joseph Wright, It, 3 vcars, " "
Pall, w.,.l years, " "
Manuel Lclui, k., IT.) years, " "
Kninoku, w., C yoars, P.-ilnma-kai.
Kelcahiinn. k., lii yenrs, Maun.
Kopa, k., CO years, Mauuuai.
Report of tho Small-pox" Hospital
For tho week ending at 8 A. it. of Friday, April
Patients in hospital April 15th
Iteeened from town
Uroku out on premlaca
Itcmnlnlns April 2v'nd
. :i 35
Among tho patients received was ono white man,
(John S. Young;. The number of deaths is tlio
lowest that lias occurred in any ono week for two
months. Among tlio number wero tlireo children
under five je.ira of age.
CiiAnra-s T. Kodoem. M, D.
Honolulu, April 22nd, 1881.
THE KLEVUNTIi 01' JUNE la coming and co la
every day. that horses require GOOD oats. Wo havo
for sale, oufi nt $2.60 per cental, which aro ill all re
spect as good ns New Zcnland oats lit $.1.85 or $J.50 per
cental, nnd uhich good judges bale pronounced to HE
New Zealand oats. Also tho rljjht kind nt hay to feed
with these oats. Our mixed feed will fatten a horso
QUICKElt ami DETTEH than anything eUo Iu toivn.
33 lm I.A1NE & CO.
'rom the Sydney Iltillij Telegraph, June Sfi, 1SS0.
Tho Wnltham Watch Company havo been awarded tho
only gold medal given for Matches nt the Sydney Inter
national Exhibition, and nrc tho only exhibitors In any
class from tho United btates who huiu received this
alQ Agent for thu Hawaiian Islands
CON'SULADO BK LOS EsrADni Unidos )
DcMejira, en HoNOMJia,. J
Aloj Cliidadannadola llepiibllcn Xejlcina: Los que
pcrtenezcani etn Itepubllcn, son nileadospor medio
do osio Consulado, do rojlstrar bus nombres lo mas
pronto poslble, u flu do consegnlr la dcblda protection
del Ooblcrno, pura siis Interescs quu rcprcatntan en da
ta cludady las deuias lal.ls du Hawaii.
It. W. Imine, Consul de.M6.iico.
Oflclnn, Callmlo Tort, Nu. ill. Honolulu, II. 1. 81 127 3m.
X HKTXliJ " WJUiSTII3U AIMUX,
... 1BS1. for sale by 31 IIOLI.ES CO.
HAY ! OATS !
WHI1AT IIUAV, 1 x Itktiie IiIBCUVKIlY
April 23. 1881. l'omaloby
31 1IOI.LES A CO.
IN KMIN, AMI .lb. iJI.ASH J.iHS, Hi;
celled per "(JITY OK NEW YOUIC." l'or sale In
April 23, tail. 31 llOM.Kb CO. "
cle. l'or talo by
ii.Miinn, mil at hand nnd a verv runerlor urtl.
-irn i, looi
ATjTj peusoxs auk stuictly
fiirhtdiUn enteilni; my prenilsea at Pnunul, ex
ccpt on burlness. Pemoiis ill.re-ardlnx the above Mill
be tu-atiil as trespasters. APIO,
Pniliiul, April M, 1SS. 31 II
N, , Oliicaiii Mlrcct, li'Uh Mnrkot,
Doiler In Chnleeit lloef, Vcnl, Mutton, Flih, etc.
J aniiiy auu Hlilpplni: Onleia uarelully atleiuled to.
lavatitoclrfuruUhril to vessels t short notice, and
eyetables of all kinds supplied to order. II l)r
JOS. E. WISMAN,
Raul Eatata Broker & mplojnuat Boreatn
l'ats Itooms, rotta:ei. Houses, and sella and leasea
. ItJal 1..UU la all parts of tho Klnitdom, Kuiploy-
meat round for Ihosu seeklnir work In all the lailous
Iiranchea of business couuaicleil with Ihara, Islands.
..f-"" ".'' ''i.'al Docuuicnta drawn. Hills Collected,
Hooks and Accounts kept, and i;eucrsl orrlca) v,orktran-
Jfd. Patronage solicited. Commissions moderate.
Honolulu, II. I. ni HW
JUNE 11th, 1881
A hit PAIlTIliS INTKKKSTEH IX
Art Invited ta meet at tho
COMMERCIAL HOTEL PARLORS,
'iliU i:vvuluir. ait 7l40 o'clock,
Kor consideration of lbs subject aud rrrangtoieiit of
E!?- smlcunuiimmi. (Jt 11) 1'Blt DltDEIt
Xotico of hearing uu Petition fur In-
NOTICK I IIHKIJUY GIVKX
tbslailenoeiockA.il. uu PU1HAY the Hlnh
dar o(lay A, 1), IMI. buure Honorable A. Y. Judd,
Jusllca or ihaautiri.ua Court at Chambers, the peti
tion of II. Hackfeld and Company, Allen X ltublu.oa
and CoiKbfC and Ahuiijf, prsyiug ilisi Chlni( Onof Ho
nolulu in the Uliiul of Oauu, bo djudd a bankrupt,
will by braid, and the question of the alleged bankrupt
ry uf said Chlng Uu If Ul.puud Hill be duldcd.
Honolulu April MIM,
31 IM A. UO.SA. Deputy Clerk Huprerat Court.
Th aecund volains uf Judgs foraaiidsr'a
THE POLYNESIAN RACE,
A much larger and mura leUrestiax work to lb
gsotxal raailcr Ibsu th Hist roluint,
Will Hhurtly Uy tw DIiTery.
Order rtsretf ally oll;t4. prlte f LW ptf copy.
THOU. O, TIlltUM.
8 W St Vowkstlla and bltlluutr, furl btiut.
IIOJLiIilSTJfiK & CO
3 1 3t
JUST IJBCEI VJBD
Bry Goods, Machinery
Which Will be
OFFERED TO THE TRADE
VERY LIBERAL TERMS
KNtiUIlti: ATTIIK orncE OP
G.W. MACFARLANE CO
Particulars of which will bo given
IN OUR NEXT ADYEKTISEXENT.
BY VIllTUK OV AX1CXKOUTIOX
issued out of tho Htmreme Court mum n tM,lfin.i,t
IILT llliatt tl ArlllMlroni llnrrnilni.l l r.in, ,.rl A
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Ideniaiin. Plalntiir, In ciecullon for tho Sum of Four
lliouranil'lhriq Hundred and Nlnety.lMo Dollars, I
navo leiu-ii upon anil shall cxposu for sale In Honolulu,
at the front door or Alllolaiilllitle. nt la o'clock noon
on 1 hursdny, ilay 6lh, A. 1). 16SI, all tho rlt-ht, title und
Inteieet of euld 0. Arinstrniia;, or, In, nnd to Lands
nml Leases of the Olownlti hiiar Plantatloii with nil tho
llullUlngs and Iinprovcments thereon, onslstliij,' ofi
lnlicocniilalnlns 3 rods aud 20 perches described ill
itosul Patent I'JiS, Xo. I,?i, ns npana a, In Olnnnlu.
IlilccocuntaliilngTSt rathomjnnd :M feet described in
Award Xo. 'Jiujn Kalaakanaku, Olnualu.
1 pit co Kintalnlug a acres, a roods and 3d rods described
In Itpyal Patent 3178, Award Hook U, njfio 3M0, at Ka-
1 piece containing 3 acres. 1 rood und HI rods, doicrlbed
In ltoyall'ati nt 317.', Award Hook li, pago Ifco, ut Ka-
1 plecocnntalnliiijarooda and SI ncrchea described In
Kin al Patent
it ol7, ns npanu-l, nt Olowalii.
.TII fo'lo.w,,,K ,,lllla aro aubjict to n special mortgago
of 31.W1; Interest dito.13 1-5 mouths $J7(1; vim
1 ideco containing I acres, I roods and 11 rods, described
in itoyal Patent 3771,, Iu Olownlu.
1 piece cpntulnlng 17 acres, 3 roods and II 1-10 rods, dc-
scilbid in deed of llaysclden to II. A. Wldimiiiiii, In
llbjr 11, pnjioM. '
Also to tho following Lcuseai
Crown Lands, or all tho Ahupuna of Olowaln and that
part or Ukiiiiiehaino ns Ilea between Olimnlu nnil tho
.Mountalii Uulch, known ns tho Half-way (Julcb, forSO
years from Oct. o 1875, nt gTUU per nniium.
L!1,fecrl.bi'!!,1" '""' l'lit WJ, 10 years from Feb.
1.11, 1S?J, at SI" per annum.
Lease given by haplini. Kancl ond Kealol laud at Olo
wnlu nnd Ukumehame, from July IS, 1878, nl SIM) per
Land at Pnhalc, Olowaln, Broods anil IS rods, 10 years
from July 3, IfbU, at S1U pir niiiiuni.
Land at Puukollohllo, Olonalu, 7 ucrun and S roods, for
h years from July 13, 1SN), nt C0 jier niiniim.
Land at Olowaln, b acres, a roods and as reichos, for 10
years from July 1, lbeO, at SOU per annum, mado by O.
'lhe wholo aubJeCt,to tho following claims!
1st mortgage a 40,aX).uO
Interest tn .May B, lbfil , 2.OTUI3
Interest to.Muv5, ItMl. ti i .mum
3rd mi.-lgage, 11 HiickroliLl,Cu,Apil 1, Pi,. UV.Tliuo
.iiio. n. jiu, u, looi 1,-JM liT
Inventory of Personal Property and Fixtures of Olo
waln Plantation :-
0n!!,?'.".'.,l!lc,,." M.1" J,11IJ1,1K '"1 Sugar Homo contain.
Ing Old Mill, Kiigluo and aeurlug,
S hettler Pans,
3 Sweeping Puns.
3 hyrup Tanks,
3 .Molasses Tanks,
1 Vacuum Pan, , ,
1 Open Uvnporator,
1 l.loacil Kiaporutor,
a lltaku's Pumps,
S Weslou'M Centrifugals, .
1 Driving Knglne, '
J Mxer, , ,
SI Iron ,t Wood Coolers,
20 Curs on whoels,
I Holler set In Ilrlck Marnnry,
1 Hulldlng for Mlacktmllli A. Carpenter Shop with
complete set of Tool for each,
I Mono Houso,
1 Cook llouso A b'oardlug House, '
1 Dwelling llou.u Willi I llooms, Kitchen, Pantry,
Cook House, Hath and out buildings,
I Cottages for Whlto I.aboivts,
S Hmall Houses for I.uuas,
7 Houses (wi H longj for Laborers,
15 Wurk Oxiin,
V3 Mulu Carts,
4 Trash Carts,
3 Uullock Carts,
u -Mil io Harnesses,
Complito set or Implements, Hoes, picks, Cane
Knives, Hhovels, lUtchets, Ac, Ac.
".73 acre Cauo Planted.
Full p irtlculars on day of tale unless said Judgment,
tutorial, costs aud all expenses bo previously sallsdcd.
i ,,..,. .. W' u PA11KE, Marshul,
Honolulu, April 1, 1881. ' nut.
SUPUKMK COURT Or TIIK IIA
WA1IAX IHI.AVIW li,.li. I.. .1... .......",
llio HaUU of MAIIY WII.HON AN'DHKU'H. In. r
Huuolulu, Oahu. deceased, tosutc
tnliiltt ai.l,,. .I........I ,...,,m . ,,,. i ..: . .
At Chambers, btfire
,On reading and ailng tho petition and accounts of
William O Bmllh. F.aeciitnrof tho Will of Msrv WH.
.ill. vuauti, auuil,
sou Androws. late of Honolulu, deceased, wherein he
a.kj in be allowed i'tXM, ami charge. Mni.elf with
Ills, and asks that lhe same may bo examined and ail
proved, and that a dual order may be mails nf alUtrlbti
llun of the propeity remaining In his bauds to the
persuus thereto tutltltd, and discharging I, I in aud his
curettes from all futlher resKiiislbly at audi.
ItlfurdriaHl. thalTUKXDAV. the IJth day of May
A II. 11411. att Ihii ,.1a. I I. M la... .,.- ..r.i a ...,..-
ol Chauibjra, In tho Court House, at Honolulu, bo nioi
tie siini hereby Is appointed as the time and place for
bearing aald I'mltlwi and Accounts, and that, ail per
sons Inteieated may then and thera appear and show
caiise. If any they have, why thu same should not b
granted, AnB that this order. In the hncllsh lancuaire.
be I'Uullali.d in the rlaturday Press newspsper irliitui
au J published In Honolulu, for tlireo successive necks
iiruvlous to the time therein appointed for said hearing.
UaUdal Honolulu, 11. I., this Midday Apr, I A. II. lnjl.
.,,,,.,. , A.nt.jUlriJUJ)I).
Attest I A. Itosi, Juallco of lbs Munreme Court.
Deputy Clerk of thejjirciaa Coiui. ia ai
SUPItKMK COlillT or tiTk ha
wallan Islands. In Probata. Iu tho lustier of the
Kstatoof W1LI.1AMF DAMON, lata of Honolulu, II.
h. ,l?,.r4:. A1. Cl5,m,,!r.''- W0.'e "" Jlonorabla
Charles Cottlu Harris, Chief Juallco of the Haprurue
On Itcadlnirand tiling Hi Petition and aciounis of
S.'Jm!" H .Duob, Admlnlslralor of Us Kalata of
Ullliam F. Damon att of llottflnla. II. l dtceaied
where 11 be asks to be allowed t,lW.MI, and charges
himself m ttli f?j,lM W. and a.k. Out th. isiua nuy b.
exanilneal nifaprinjTeci.iia that anal oider may U
pad ut ilUtilbulloii ut Ikaa property rrmalnlug In his
htuda to the vcrsensthertiu entitled, and dlslharglng
iVAdiSlVlr:te!!,W",, l,rtW WIUr
xr. In lb Court House, at Honolulu. lv sul the same
hV!bJ 'f PPJ''.'I Uma and pjicii fur bearing
said Petition and account, and that all persons Interest.
bar, why be t should not bt granlsif, uf aar
present ililrnce as to hoTaro rnllileal to lb said
proptrlri Aad ihM Ikls ord.r Iq H, Kiwrtufc i,,
puagt, bt pabllshed In lb Haturday Prtss. a utws
paper pilots and pabll.bed In Uonolnla, for tbise
WMtliiirMkpii.BascaU,lw tbtitln spool n
(tdforaaldhsairlDr. - rraaa
'i1, ' ", M-1- Ihls h d-ir rf Anil A. I).
..... v Chief Jstla:8uj Court.
Atletti Jtia. E. TliuxiBu, ' '"'
CUrk f the Supioiut Cviut. 3d
1X)R SAN FRAKCISCO.
WITH IMMKIiIATK DISPATCH.
f r. Tho I'luo Clipper Hark
?S!-2L. (1 TATH, Mattrr.
For Freight or Passage Immediate aptillc illon l nee esa
u. u . ,M,uraiii...NK .v w., .igents.
31 BT.1 St
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Jn The fine New t'llpprr 'Iktno
Will havo Quick Dispatch for tho nbovo Port
For Freight or passage, apply lo
H.VI 11 1' T. LKNKHAN ,t CO , Agrnta.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
lhe American Itarkenllno
CESiiy I'J:imiM.VN, Master,
Will lmvo Quick Dlspntch for nbovo port.
For freight nr passage, apply to
M'l 11 ItAOKPIlt.ll.t CO., Agents.
FOR SAN ltANCJSCO.
I'laaa Allinrlriall lliarta
Ji3 X-.f.oloJi'AV". Vlmy
ttSsET- Iltr.r..lIA.. llasler,
Will havo Quick Dispatch for abovo Port.
For freight or pnsragc npply to
tJ3l CaUITM: ,t COOK K, Agents.
WILL SAIL FROM HONOLULU
Monday, April lib...
nt 1 o'clock p m
.......... lit .1 (t'stlsiialr a. t.t
Iinrsday, April llth
Monday, April Kith nt -I o'clock i m
Tuesday. April Blh at 3 o'clock n m
Jrldny, April I.M1 , , nt 3o'tlock-n in
liiesdiiy, April autli nt 3 u'dock n m
AHKIVINU AT KAUi
Wednesday Al on,
'"''IJr'i April 17th
Wednesday , , pHIU7lh
ItKTUltNINO FllOM KAUi
J'.nlrtl; , April Wtli
Wednesday April 2ltli
t''"lay April Ultli
TUUCIIlXn AT Itnx.1 AVUMlll nu.
i',0IH'Y April llth
Thiirsilay.,..,,., ,., April Slat
817 111 tt
,qx NEW YORK AND HONOLULU
J5S- PACKET LINE.
fiAlli: Alsl'.WTN ' THIN POPULAR LINK,
JL Messrs. W. II. Crnatuniii ,t llros.. No, 11H Chani
ber Htrect, Now York, will dispatch n rlrst-rlarsessel
thu latter part of .May or early In June for this port.
1 aftles desiring to ship by this fninrltn line will for
ward thelt orders early, to secure tho necessary room.
I' rclght at low est rates.
8" '"' "W Agents In Honolulu.
Tuesday, April efilli, 5pm,
Tuesday, May 3d, a p iu...,
Tuesday, May loih, & p m,,
Tue(lay, May 17th, 6 p in,.
Tuesday, May aith, 6 p m..
Tiusilny, May 31st, 5 p in..
Tuesday, Jiinu 7th, 3 p m...
Tuesday, Juno Uth, r p in..
Tuesday, .lune SIM, 5i m.
Tuesday, June taHli, D p in..
Circuit of Hawaii
Circuit of Hiiwall
Circuit of Iluwnli
Circuit of Hawaii
Circuit uf Huwnil
OB- Xi ('rcilit lor l'assa( .nna-y. -n
Wo positively declinn to open accounts for Passages,
and wo particularly call tho nttuntlun or the ImvrHni;
public to the ue-epslt) or having lluggspo ami Freight,
plainly marked; tho Hleamer will not fm responslblo
for any unmarked llaggago, or for Freight or Parcela,
uiiluss Ita-roltial lor. '
Froight Money Duo on Demand.
In all rnaet of freight for pnitlta not responslblo or
unknown, llio freight money will be reiiilreil In ndvanco
PA4'U.'II ail I.MlllOK.S , WIXMI MVU.H
Hi: PLAINLY MAUKKIt
For the partv whom they arc for, or plainly slated In tho
i ii''J t0 "'10m """r an ronslgned.
All demands for damage or loss must bo mado within
Iiinci war llublii for loss or accident to llio slock.
irTi.Ci ,r'r""'i,03,"'n,"1",:" like, will not bn
?,. .ho'L0,'! tard.,h0 H1t,,'1 o arrhnl. uiilll after thu
passengers limn been landed,
&'7 WILDKIl A CO.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
THE eaPLi;IUI NTKAMSIUP
CITY OF SYDNEY !
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SIN FRANCISCO
On orabout Monday, May 9.
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND!
T1IK HPIaENUID NTKAMNIIIP
On or about Saturday, May 14
For Klelght and Panaa;e, apply to
" HI " . HACICFKMI A CO., Aianli,.
...... .w. ...... ... mrvw
I... Ma.....a ft-A.. ... mn.
..,n iw raaaiaiieiaa,ier HleHlllur run uaiw
a. Mtaaa....!. P..,, ..a S'B. .... ... .... ... Mitw
Mi-linnia, ueiir thn Menwrr Imrr.
aaa sasa, arir,uruo
From Honolulu to Hilo Direct.
Tho A 1 Clipper Uchoouer,
Will tall from Ilogolulu to llllo dlreci, and will call at
.. a, .-,.. Il ... - " l(li.
iniormeoisiu a-nria nt, av,M ..,..- .i
riji s-reigni or a assuge,
A. FRANK COOKE
AOBNTKOHTHB rOLLOWIKU COABTKHHr
al tuaal aWasa
Ite. 1,1(1, While IUH. Omet-Corurr nf Queer.
auil.Nuuaiiu Hlru "rH iMftn
: ..-.., .
BOSTON LINE OF PACKETS
'- I'. I'itlitVKH afc CO.
JM. O. Brawar 0.-ABnt- isw
mm AND HOKOLULU PAMtf IFttEl
fit O. r,war Oo.-Agn. A
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