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tlO.KOl.CLU. MAY II. 131.
A Utile life was Infused Into hnslne'i circles this
week by the arrival of the mall steamer City of Sydney
from the Colonic?, bound for Fan Francisco, and the
Killing vessels 1) C Jlnrray and W II Dlmond torn Han
I'ranelsco, nil bringing mall?, and the cltjr front bore
lively aspect on Monday and Tuesdsy np to the time the
steamer failed. The steamer carried away a large
nmonnt of angar and other prodncn, Imt wai so crowded
with passengers from the Colonies that ahe could take
only a small nnmber from here.
The Wrestler and J A Falklnbnrg failed for the Coast
dnrlngthe week, with large cargoes of tngvr, tha former
farrylng I.TMMI lln. The Ilrlt bark Alktkaw cot oil
for the Coist yesterday, with a largo sugar cargo, 1,013,
BW lb, which la the largest cargo that has ever left
Honolulu, being 18l,M)lb more than the amonnt car
ried by the Wlllard -Mmlget.
The .Marshal's sain of theOlowaln I'tantatlon, which
wa postponed from the 8th to tho I3tli Inst., did not
take place, aa the matter waa icttled previous to the
date appointed for the rale.
There Is a scarcity of potatoea In the local market
that will hardly be rellted by the amall nmonnt re.
eel red from New Zealand by the City of Sydney.
PORT OF HONOLULU.
May 8 Stm I.tkollkc, from Maul and Hawaii
Stm Kllaueit Hon, from Kahnlul
9-Am bk I) O .Murray, Havens, W daya from
Am bktne V II Dlmond, Ilntidletto, 15V, daya
from Han Francisco
I'MSH City of Kydney, Dearborn, fm Sydney
Am brtne T W I.ucas, Wenlworlh, from V (I
Hch Witllcle, from Mallko
Hch Jl II Foster, from Kail
Hch Waloll, from I'aauhau
10 Hch Kekauluohl, from llannlel
II Stm James Jlakee. from Kniial
U Haw sch Kaluna, Conk, from (lalapagos Island
Heh Mnntiokawnf, from llnnnmnnlii
IV-Htm Iwalanl, from Knnaand Jlanl
Oer bk Musco, from Ilrammon, Norway
Htm Mokolll, from Koolan
1 l-Schr Halcakala, from Illlo
May 7 Am bktne Wrestler. Hchnaiter, for S P
Am uk j.irzir .iarsnni, mrgmnnn, ror r
Hch Jennln Walker, for Illlo
Hch l.lhollho. for Kona and Kan fc
Hell Marlon, for Kiiknllinole
9-Htm O It Illshop, for Kanal
Hch Mulolo, for Ilakalait
Hch Walmaln, for Vtalanao
10-r M H H City of xydncv, Deirbnrn, for 8 P
Am bktne J A PnlMnburg, Hubbard, for SI'
Htm MkellUo, for .Maul mid Hnnall
Htm I.chna, for Molokaland liana
Htm Kllaura Hon. for Knliulul
11-Hch Wnllnlu, for Mallko
Hch Waloll, for l'aatiliau
Hch l.eahl. for Itonolpn
Hch Ullnma, Tor Kohala
15-Htm James Makcc, for Kanal
Hch Kokniiluohl, fur Hanalel
llrlt bk Alkshaw, Talta, for San Francisco
Voaaold In Port.
r Am bgtno Morning Star, llray
, Ilrlt lik Alkshaw, l'alle
Haw bgtno Htorm lllrd, Tlernoy
l'r bk N'otro Dime Auxlllntrlco, Jagorct
Oer bk Highflyer, Hclillemniin.
Ilrlt bk l'acltlc Slope, Hani's.
Haw brgtna Surprise, Jackson.
K.llntrn sell Vivid, Cawley.
Am bk I) C Murray, llivcns.
Am liktuc W II Dlmond. Iloudlctt.
Am bglno T W Lucas. Wcntworth.
Hnw ch Kaluna, Cook.
Vosiola Expected at Honolulu, from Foreign.
Haw bit Kale. Hothfns, I.oTidbn, duo. Jnno 1-6,11 Hack-
fcltl A Co, Aseuts
Am bk Cheshire, llnchelder, New York, duo May 10-15,
Casllo fc Cooke, Agents
Ilrlt bk ,oe, Campbell, Liverpool, duo May 10-15, T II
Oer bk Cednr, lfohlfi, Ilrcmcn, due May 10-15, II Hack.
fold A Co, Agents
Am bktne Kate Sudden, Dates, NoMcastlc, N S W, duo
MayH-lo , Agents
Am bk Amlo, Sandberg, Ncwcnstlo, N S W, to
sill middle April. Allen A Uoblnaon, Agents
Am bktno Kmma Augusta, l'ort Oamblo, for Kuhulul
Ilrlt nit lis 0(y nf llnmbay, Lowell, Olusgnn, duo August
10-15. (J W JIacfarlnnu A Co, Agents
Am tern W L Ileebee, Curtis, Humboldt
Am bktne Amelia, Koye,. New Castle. N' S W, loading
Am bktne Monitor, Nelson, Humboldt, due, II Hackfeld
Am bk Uuena Vista, Calhoun, Fort Gamble, due May
10-15 II Hackfeld .t Co, Agents
F.MHS Zealandla, Chevalier, San Francisco, due May
11. H Hackfeld Co. Agents
Brltbk H-iflolk, , London, to sail April 9, CUrcncr
A Co, Agtnts
Am bk California, Love. Newcastle, N S W, to sail
April 1, 0 Ilrcwir ifcCo. Agents
Am bk .Martha Hideout. Wlckbcrg, Fort Illakely, duo
May M-W, Allen A Itnblnson, Agcnta
Ilrlt bk Lady Lnmnson, Marston, San Francisco, duo
May 15-J0, C llrcwer & Co, Agents
Am BChrCUnsHprcekels, Cousins, Han Francisco for
Knliulul, dud: W. 0. Irwin & Co., ugeuts.
llrll bk Obercin. Hnrvey, Liverpool, to sail April S3,
T II 1) ivies. Agent.
Am bktno llnreka, Nordburg, San Francisco, loading
Am ecli W II Meyer, Howe, San Francisco, loading
April 28. O brewer ,t Co, Agents.
Itopoit of V M S S City of Sydnoy. II O Dearborn,
Commander, from Sydney. April 'Jl, at J I J 1 M. Ar
rlvod .it Auckland, April Uo, at llili A M, and left at
10i5U 1' M, same diy, and nrilved nt the port of Hono
lulu, May 0, at 5 I' M, with 111 cabin and 117 steerage
insaenscra for Ban Francisco, btrong head winds tCo
enllro passage from Hjdney and Auckland.
l'ort T.iwiiscnd-Arrlved April 1, Am bk Martha
Hideout, Wlckbtrg. benco March 85; April Jl, Am bktno
Katie Flickliigur, i'ouii', lioiico April J.
Ilelfast-Hallcd April 10, British ship City of Bombay,
Lowell, for Honolulu.
Victoria, II G Arrived April 18, British bark LIlo
Iredilu, Massop, lienco Feb TJ.
Sin Franclco-Arrlved April 20, P M S 8 Zealandla,
Uho illcr, licncu April 1J; April -JO, Am bktno L'urcka,
Nordburg, hence April S; April 20, Am ch W 11 .Mfcycr,
Howe, benco Mircli sjj April , Haw bk Kiilakuua,
Jenks. benco April 3; April 23, Am tern Competr, Blrk
holm, hence April 2.
Iteport of tho schooner Kaluna Left James Day,
Galapagos Islands, April 2d, and took the N H trades In
lat G' N. March 15th apoko with the biik Jane Martin,
of Valparaiso, Capt John Tyncr. formerly of Nan
tucket, lx months out and with 150 bblt of sperm oil
on board. All bands well. Tho cirgo conelsta of 51 J
cul skins, Al'J lbs tortoise shell, 150 lbs shark tins, V
bbls tortoise meat, a 13 galls seal oil, 1SJ galls tortoise
oil, J3 galls shark oil.
SHIPPING NOTsi T"
II, It M. steam corvette Thetis has sailed from South
America, and Intends to touch at l'llcalni's Island and
Honolulu, and thence direct to Victoria. Alta.
Tba John U Spreckels, Captain Douglass, arrived at
Kihulul.May 7, l-iyj day from San Francisco, with a
full cargo ami imsicngers. She will return to San
Francisco from Kabului direct, probably to-day, biking
full cargo and 12 cabin passengers, among wulch are
the llcv. Mr. ltobortson and Mr. llruner. Capt. Doug.
Uii, will ploaso accept our thanks ror tiles or late ban
The Surprise bat hauled in toTlbbctts .t Uoronson's
wharf where she Is undergoing a general overhauling,
The Am bk D O Mutray Is at the old Custom House
whatf, discharging n general cargo from han Francisco.
Hhe will return to San Francisco on Tuesday next, with
n good freight, and full list or passengers.
Tha Am bktne V II Dlmond Is at Brewer Co's
dock, discharging an assurted cargo from San Fmu
cln.o. she will Toad back with dispatch, to sail the
latter p HI of next tuck.
The Oer bk Highflyer Is at the Kaplanaile, discharg
ing, bite will proceed to Manila In about a week.
Tha Am bgtne T W Lucas Is nt the foot of Fort Street,
(Utcharglur a cararo of lumber.
The French bk Notre Dame Auxlllatrlco la nt the Gs
plauade, where she has beeii discharging a cargo or
coal. Hue. Mill sail early 111 next wtek for l'uget Sound,
to load lumber (or Now Caledonia.
Tho l'aclllc Slopn Is discharging coal at the foot of
teamtr Ltkellkn dock She will probably bo four or
flvu days more discharging.
Tho I' M 8 8 City of bvdnev arrhed last Monday from
Hydncy, on time, and sailed Tuesday for San Francisco,
full of passengers; she refused to lake any sturagu
passengers frnm this port,
The J A PalUuburg silled for Sin Frauclico last
Tuesday with a full cargo, after being hi port four
, working days, l'retly good lime.
Tho 1' M S S Zealandla will be duo from San Fran
Cisco, at 8 I'M with U S Mall.
From Hau Francisco, per D C Murray, May U Leu
chan Co. IMA) ska flour. W aks oats, luo bales bay, ')
ks bran, 1 1? pkg groceries, M bales lugs, 1J0 k. bar
ley, liwbblsliim.il ni bricks, ol pkg liquors; A Ful
ler, 5 pkgt marble and atone, 3 pkgs stove; Whitney A.
Kabsrlson, b vV.x tallonurv ; Holies A Co, lUOsks Itour,
150 bblt lime, M bbl and b( bbl salinou. 10J sks barley
101 tkt oats. 10 cks Ur, It pkgs chandlery. 111 pkgs
croceiles; K I' Adams, lulsks ilour: A Sluger, 27 sks
bran.JU .Wnlour; l)r J S31cUreu,IU0 bbls hay; A
llusb, IS chickens, 150 sks brau, W sks oats, M sks
wheat; O K lleneen, U pkgs groceries I Dillingham A
ui, w pugs iKiwuer,
o pkgi Kiwder, 7 ukgsudivare; J II l'aty, 1 ct
els: O Brewer .t Co, M bit bar. Ml ska bran. 100 sks
s;T Lack. 1 pkg whiskey; K Onkiubcrlsln, l pool
le and rack; itscfsrUno Co, 5) pkgs liquor, 200
sks bran, Tasks grain, 19) bit hay; UruwnXCo, 5lif
bbls whlskejt U W Macfarlaue JCCo, Wcs beer, 24 bx
IHiuuer, t cs tuso; uaine a io, tai sks parley, ii pkgs
plural, pk.-swlrci O F Wolfe, loo ska ratu, U ukgs
irrtMrericiBi i i.uiv t u,u. , will iuiw.ii c u nail A.
Hon, iti kg powder; llrlllster Jt Co, 13 pkgs drugs; T
W Ittwlliis, -Si bbls rosin, M sks bran, JO bbl hay ; A W
l'elrco A Co, 21 pkgs clundUry; Cleghoru Co, 231
groceries; jucuuyre nro, eiu pkgs grocerte
j,c luachtius; A Herbert, 1 wagou,
cry; lug Wo'i'al at Co, 113 pkgs groceries;
ga drugs; K A Morse, 1 bx gUssware.
From Kin Francisco, per w It Dlmond, May u
Shasfer l Co, pkg plc.2i (ti paper and prlut
lii( oulerlil, 41 sks feed; KUrlou, 3 pkg paper; U
Lucas. 14 pkga plumbing material; Leneusut Co.-101
bbls pU.lori A Jaeger. It bx clocks, 1 cs guus; Irwin &
Co, e c cigars, At) ska Sour, DO bbls beef aud salmou.
V, I. ,IU. MfH nvm, w uvu uwi .HU saiulOU,
2J ui bttik, 3 pkgs Ulejjrspu insterlal, 1 bx coin, CO bbls
plaster, IW pkgs bulldtugiualvrlil, U pkg ululs aud
ulUt It McKibXiln,v pkgs dru;s; Hart Bros. 21 pkg
groceries: U W MacUrlane. 'Jl c whiskey, uObx baktug
thwvilB, v. ,, .viiiie, nuiikij, vj us uaaillg
jkiadcr; J A 1'aruivr (I't.U pkg drogs; Allen A Hob
Inson, 4 cs hardware; WIUr Co, J7i pkg door and
is. iltf ukk?s 4ell borlur rools. Jl uV i p
bru.bts; Dolls JE Co, SI pkgs gioctrlcs; A VV ilush.lM!
nkg grucsiis.; Lewsr A Cuoke, 74 pkga lad and
brashts; Klictfaiaa.10 pkg dinast ilcLsau Bro. 11
k;drg; Uterior Dot,2r oruaucot) W K Foster
s(o: N Mclusrnv. Dki;s mdsui J Ashler. 31 ekes
IruatTIl Davit. 9 i,W tudst, luterior Pept. T pkls
(lata; A JCitwflsUt,bbl ucat; T J itoataacTil
pkca crockery, 131 pkes grocerlei, II May A Co. 1113
pkgs groceries, - F Wolfe, JO rks corn! I.ewers A
Cooke. 150 pkp material fpkgs lead. Phillips A Co.
vJ pkgs d goods ei page groceries! nyman nrop, .in
pkgs Tobacro and pipes, M) pkgs d goods; S Magnln, 1
baled goods Order, 73 pkgs lei; K O Hall A Hon,2c
rn, IV limes. 1 nkirs marblet Hackfeld A Co. lnmnlea
2 pkgs harness; Han A Son, 72 pkgs hware and groceries
J T alcfhoiise,JG"pkgpi hvtare and groceries, 3S( ski
barley, 2 pkgs harness, 10 mules; Allen A Iloblnson,
2iJm shlRBle,Stil k)Is( C II .ludd.CS sks grain, i ce
nirniiur, i tv .mcinrinnc i. n, u pKgn iron, joj sks
feed, 800 bis hay; llder Co. 30 m shlneles, as pkgs
feed, 1 pkgs hware, I wagon, CO bales hay, 0 mules; il
Hackfeld A Co. 60 bbls salmon, 2'j") sks leed. 73 pkgs
Ironware; Castle ,t Cooke, 11 pkgs furniture, 2 ca paper
:vi pkgs groceries, 8 pkgs hardware; K Hoffshlaegrr ,t
Co.Spkgs cotton; HawTcl Co, II pkga material; Til
Davles, 1 ca glass. Lewers A Cooke, 0 pkgs hardware;
M Mclncrny, 2 ci shoes; Macfartano A Co, 7 pkgs
liquors; C P Wolfe, 150 sks bran and 1170 pkgs mdae to
Prom Sydney .t Auckland, pr City of Sydney, Mar
10 Mclntyro Jlro, I'aJaks potatoes i ( W Macfarland ,t
Co, I0ko.1t. 'Jl sks potatoes; Macfarlano A Co, 120
sks palntoeat May A Co, W) sks putitoee; Brewer A
Co, w ska potatoes.
Vrom l'ort (lambte.jierTW Lncaa, May 1017,717 ft
ilteted lumber, 2I7,i9u ft rough, 10 m laths, iU) m
For San Francisco, per Wrestler, May 7 IWH pis
molasses, 18 lift lbs tallow, I ,Ta3,JU lbs sugar, 16,i0lb9
rice, WO bides, 250 bnehs bananas. 2 Iron tanks.
Val. Dom. $117,501 20; Val Trons'ed, T5
For San Francisco, per Llzle Marshall, May 71, 2M,
7M lbs Muar. SKI bnchs bananas, 3 Iron tanks, .1 coll
rope Value For. SCO; Valuo Dom. 573,013.72; Value
For an Pnnelseo, per Jane A 1'alklnburp. May 10
787,W) lb "ignr, 15 bdla bnlt spills (leather) 2.W bncha
bananas Value For $J0U; Value Dom -52,IM8I.
For Man Francisco, per Oily of Sydney, May 10
1,019,118 lbs sugar, 30 bx fans. II bx It leaves, 10 bx
iningoesj 1 ca pictures Value For. JOI2.75; Value Dom.
$70,11 1 27.
From San Francisco, per J A Falkenbnrg, May 6 A
tlarned, 1, K McClrew, Miss It .Mill, Mlsa M Watizer, O
From Fanning, s Island, per Vivid, May 0 Wm Orclg.
For San Francisco, per Wrrstlcr, May 7 Miss M
Kinney, O Horlnner, W Jc tinstone, c H Thede, O II
Melendry, F Htalze, It Manning,!' Clark, B Sundln, J
For Han Francisco, per I.lzilo Marshall, Jlay 7 Thai
Couley, K S Graham.
Frnm Hm Fraiiclsro, per I) C Murray, ilay 0-C A
Klbllng, I' Pierce, Manuel Flint.
From Han Francisco, per W II Dlmond, May 9 Wm
Carson, Wm Jtrman, t Luvman.J A MiCrnnles ami
wife, Mrs A L Lewis, J II (Irippllb, A W lln Hols, O
Klddcll, J C Smith, F q A Itlmson, J C -McNonns.
For San Frunct'co, per .1 A Fatklnbnrg. May 10 It
Johnstone, F J Do le, Airs Capt II Smith, Mrs P Smith,
Mrs M 11 Home, Mr M W McChcsney, O A Leach, U
Colin, J Hamilton, Mr Mlddleton, Mr Cote, J Ogll, J
llnrke, Mr Prink, II Horn, F Comwny, A Foster, .1
Honney, P Silver, II S Nute, 1) Coleman, II Araos, K
Weeks, W II Holmes.
For Han Frnnclsco. per Clly of Sydney, May 10 J
Hnnlcaatlr, Mlsa Dickson, Mrs H II Ihncher child and
servant, II Shaw, O Vogt, II Kelly, J M Davison and
servant, Mrs (' 1) Kinney, C Konpmanshop. D Foter,
J I DowsLtt, C A Brown, L G Hresnlch and wife, Wm
Grclg. CnplA 11 Hpenccr, .1 Wells, II A Wldemann,
Miss Wldemann, A II Hptncer, .1 Peterson, 11 Mclntjri
and wife, Mrs S L Kluney and child, Thos O'Brien, G
W Mai farlane, L K -McGrew. Mrs H M Damon and 2
children, Miss Campbell, L V Ilrlggs, Mrs H A P Car
ter, Miss H Itedeker. It II Fowler, amoskle, P Mclg, I.
Gulbcrt, .Mr Leigh, K Pasch.
Glt?NDLEIt-In Honolulu, May 7th, of lock-jaw.
ItKsnir.TTK GniMiLLii, a nntlvu of Hanover, Gerninny,
aged 53 years. Deceased was a sister-in-law of Mr. .7.
II. Wlcko of this city, and had resided hero for the past
THE SATURDAY PRESS
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Hook, Job and General Printer,
Honolulu, II, I
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En. Satuiidav Piiess.
MAY U, 1881.
Thkiii'. 1ms been a notablo diminution in tho
nunibor of sninil-pox cases in tlio past wool;,
and on Wednesday und Thursday no fresh
cases was reported. On Friday liowovor a
native living at tho cornor of Lilihtinnd School
streets was found with tho disoaso brokon out
on him and ho and all tho occupants of tho
premises wore nt onco removed to tho small
pox hospital. This man had been employed as a
special conitablo in chnrgo of quarantined
houses. Tho plan of removing tho v.holo
household i horo a caao occurs has provod
moio successful than placing a guard over tho
I10U80 ; and wo beliovo that there is but ono
yollow flag in tho city orsubmbs to-d.iy. Two
moro cases woro discovered in tho course of
Friday forenoon yet this only makes tho total
for tho wook 22, of which sixltonk tho disease
on tho hospital nioniisen. If tho abitoincut of
tho epidemic lomiiin us f.ivorablons at present
thoalo.ud of Education ivill opon itH schools
ngiiin on Wednesday tho 18th. If we do gut
rid of tho small-pox now, wohopo that physi
cians and vaccinatum may n't i 1 1 koop a good
look out, and ovory ono still on tho alort to
help to stnvo it ofl for a long future.
Wis think it a good sign of tho times that
tho occupations and amusements of tho young
inon of tho city attract tho attention of both
pulpit and proas. Wo do not seo that tho
Btatomout that porhnps only ono in fifty of tho
clerks in offices and stores may bo of a studi
ous turn of mind need oxcito tho anger of any
ono. Of courso when tho word moral is inter
polated it appears to bo a grievotm accusation,
rightfully to bo resented, but then lot tho bur
don fall on tho propor shouldori. Who is it
who has accused tho young men of boing not
only not Btmlious but not moral ? Wo cannot
find it in tho Oiuelie; wo do find in tho Adotr
tiif and we agreo with tho editor of tho lattor
paper that " such an accusation is uttotly
unworthy and alundcrour- " hut who made tho
asaurtion? Wo uro undor tho impression that
studious or no, tho vast majority of young
men employed in tha business houses of this
city aro thoroughly rospectablo and respected
young gontlemcn, and that they uro esteemed
and treated accordingly by thoir employoia
and friends. Wo never remember uny social
gathoiiughore, boyoutl tho limits of u purely
futility party, whoro theso gontlemcn wcio not
invited or did not avail themsolvca of their
Invitations. Doth employers and employed
Boom to us to do credit to thomsclvcs and to
ono another. It is perfectly true that a mo.il
ut a restaurant and an aveniug in a solitary
lodging may not bo very choorftil foryoung men
who lmvo been at work during tho business
ho'4.rs of tho day, but then who aro tlioy who
uio confined to such u routino ? Certainly not
tho clerks of tho tnorcantilo houses of this city.
Thoy may bo mot on all fostivonr social occa
sions, bo it tho publtu Dund in tho Smmre, or
a private jiaity at Mr. uml Mrs. Anybody's
houao. Wo (iu not nee that either party has
need to complain of tho other or n third purty
to complain of and lecture both.
Uv tub doalh of Danjamiu Disraeli, Karl
Dcaconslield, Knight of tho tlartor, etc., Great
Uriuin has loat ono of its gieatost statesmen,
anil tho world ono of its prominent literary
men, and ono of its foremost diplomatists. In
early lifo everything appeared to bo against
him ; his very name, uppearance, manner,
eccentricitie were all nnfuvorablo in the eyes
of prejudice, und yet thti man, by dint of
cheer genius, which in his caao took llio form
of indomitublo courag, unwearying perti
nacity, incxUauatiblo elasticity of tempera
ment mid fertility of resource, mado himself
tho most notable, and iu soma rcjpects tho
most poworful, man in Europe.
Deujnmin DUraolt waa descended from a
Jewish family which, driven by persecution
first from Spain and ufierwurd from Venice,
tookrefugo in KngUud in tho middlo oftli9
last century, buviug relinquished tbo old
family patrooytalc, and adopt4 tha uama
Disraeli ns a surname, ' in grateful recogni
tion of tho mercies of tho Ood of Israel " in
preserving and prospering tho family, through
all tho vicissitudes to which it hat) been ex
posed through centuries of persecution.
Tho elder Disraeli arriving iu England iu
1718, and entering into business, ncquiicd a
fortune whilo jet in middlo ogc, and his son
Isaac, was educated in Amsterdam and Ley
don, aud taking to litcraturo as n profession,
wroto tho vory learned jet cntcrtniuing works
so widely known ns "Tho Curiosities of
Litoraturc," " Tho Quarrels and Calamities of
Authors " and ninny otliors, souto purely
historical and others moro nnccdotical. To
him Lord Ilyron dedicated nn admirable letter
satirically reviewing the popular writers of
tho day, especially Southey and tho " Lako
School," Hyron calls him tho " uminblo in id
ingenious author." His eldest son lienjilnin,
the future statesman, and subject of this arti
cle, wns born in London in 1805 and educated
by his father. In early youth he wns articled
to a solicitor, hut soon grow weary of a law
yer's office and took to writing in tho Jltpr--sentatire,
a Tory journal which how uver died
nn early death. In his twenty-second 3 ear
ho published "Vivian Oroy," and aflct words,
nt intervals, several other novels, all of a
semi-political typo und all satirically descrip
tivo of tho socioty of tho period. Ho visited
Itily and Greece, Turkoy nml Syria, and
reminiscences of theso travels abound moro
particularly iu " Lothair." Ho was nitousoly
ambitious, nnd desired moro thin anything
olso n Beat in tho Houso of Commons. Return
ing to England nt tho timo of tho agitation
over tho first Deform Dill, 1832, ho ctood for
Wj combo but waB defoatcd. In 1835 ho failed
ngain in tho samo borough, but contested n
seat for Taunton before tho year was out.
Again ho was rejected, and wns subjected to
tho coarso abuso of Daniel O'Connoll, which
resulted in n chnllcngo by Disraeli to tho
younger O'Conucll j tho mooting howovcr
novor camo off. In 1837 ho was invited to
stand for Maidstouo In the Conservative inter
est and was elected nt tho ago of 32 iu com
pany with his fiiend Mr. Wyndham Lewis.
Ilia first speech in tho Houao of Commons was
laughed down and ho stopped abruptly with
tho remarkable prophecy, " I havo begun
many things, at several times, and havo often
succeeded at last. I shall sit down now, but
tho timo shall como when you will hear mo."
In 1839 Disraeli married tho widow of his
foinior collcaguo, nnd her ampin means aided
him matorinlly in his onward piogress. Itn
had promised O'Connoll a "castigation " lor
tho insults heaped 011 him during and after tho
Taunton election, and ho kept his promiso
the club of tho great itnpciator was jialsicd
by tho rajiicr of his antagonist. During tho
debates on tho Corn Laws ho especially dis
tinguished himself as tho opponent of Sii
Itobort Peel, nnd was looked upon as tho
acknowledged leader of tho "Young England"
party, or what would now bo cnllod tho "Lib
oral Conservatives." Ho w.ib now membor
for Buckiiiglnmshiio, and represented that
constituency during tho remainder of tho timo
that ho Bat iu tho Commons. On tho death of
Lord Genrgo Beiitinck iu 1818 ho became,
with tho late Lord Dolby, thon Lord Stanly,
tho leader of tho Conservative Party. Ho
now wroto a biography of his friend Lnid G.
Doutinck, which had a vory extensiva citcu
lation. Ho fust took office as Chancellor of
tho Exchequer in 1852 under Lord Derby and
succeeded btillhtitly. Tho next year however
Iuh budget was disapproved of, and tho Deiby
Ministiy lesigned. Becoming tho leador of
tho Opposition at tho timo of tho Orimcnn
wa', ho assuted tho Ministry that ho and his
party would scrupulously avoid hindering or
hampering their nctioiiB with regard to tho
national foo, a manly and pittiatio courso
which was widely dep irted from by Mr.
Gladstono and his followers at the timo of tho
Iato Uusso-Tuikish war, whon Disraeli was
iu power and Gladstone iu opposition. In
1838 ho again becamo Chancellor of tho
Exchequor, but for ono year only. In 1807 ho
rojiimed his former office, and on tho resigna
tion of his old chief, Lord Darby, becamo
Primo Minister, but was obliged to resign in
tho Bamo year. During his retiiement ho
wroto his brilliant novel " Lothair," one of
tho keenest satires andyot unitming pictures
of society ovor givou to tho world ; its circu
lation was ouormous. Recalled to tho Prem
iership in 1874 his groat objoct waa to check
the aggressions of Itussia. His purchaso on
behalf of tho British Govornmont of all tho
Suez Canal slum s hold by tho Khodivo of
Egypt attracted tho attention of tho world,
and tho Bitddon transportation of 7,000 Indian
troops from Bombay tu Malta had a vory con.
Bidorablo effect iu opening tho eyes of tho
groat military powers of Europo to tho almost
unlimited forces at tho disposal of Groat
Britain. During ix years, through evil repute
und good lopute. iu spite of tho most factious
opposition, und vohomciit personal douuncia
tions by tho Liberal Party, ho uphold tho
dignity of tho empiro and restored its waning
prestigo iu tho Councils of Euiopo. His
greatest diplomutio tiiuuiph was achieved at
Uei I in when he overcame thn noiitouoss of tho
great Gorman Chancellor und the shiftiness of
tho Uuhsian, und substituted tho Troaty of
Berlin for that of Sun Stcphano, thus litor
ally wresting thn covuted pruo from tho vory
tooth ot tho coiiquorors, and establishing a
sorics of indopcudout States between Ilus
afa and tho Boephorus. II 0 ugiin losigued
offer 011 tho olectiou of an unfriendly majority
in tho Commons iu 1880. Ho had already
refused a pcerago for himself but accepted the
offer on behalf of Ida wife to whom ho was
most dootedly attached, and sho was created
Viscountess Bcaconsiield, After lior death
und on his return from Berlin ho was offered
und accepted 11 11 Earldom, and tho Order of tho
Gaiter, tho highest honou a British sover
eign can bostow. In tho comparatively peace
ful utmosp'ieio ot tho II0UB6 of Lords ho
watched uml criticised tho proceedings nf tho
Ministry keenly but not maliciously. To tho
day ot III death he was lecogtilzetl us a power
in tho State. His lust book, "Endyiiiiou,"
has como before the reading world so
recently that its discussion hero would bo
superfluous. Wo all remember the debates It
gave riso to, and tho curiosity excited, and the
ingenuity displayed in fitting tho various
characters with their supposed prototypes.
Ho leaves a must) ot manuscripts and literary
material, most of which refers to events so
recent, that their publication, by his request,
will be postponed for ten years. Tho title
"Ueuconslield" became extinct, but not bo the
name Disuakli, which still survives in the
portion of relative, Halph Disraeli; tho work
ot tho greatest who boro tho name will last us
long ns tho English language is spoken or
English history read. Lord Boucon, fluid left
Instructions thai ho should bo buried by tho
aide of hi wife iu tho church-yard of hi own
Pariah church of liugheiidta Manor, The
Queen nd people of the kingdom would gladly
have granted a more stately resting. place it)
Westminister Abbey, but the wiahea of the
desaaaed atatoainaa are to ba rcapectad.
Dy this Inst mail wo havo a farther proof I
of tho progtcss of tho education of tho '
"innocents nbroad" iu chnrgo of .Mr. no,
Captain or Signor or Don 0. C. Moreno,
who turns out to be, according to tho writer,
a real lio Cou.nt. Wo publish, with per
mission, tho letters just ns they arrived,
omitting only names ami domestic references,
Tho fact, tho very obvious fact is that theso
compositions were dictated by tho Count him
self. Tho autograph letter of King Knlnkniin
appears again as 11 means of introducing him
self nnd his pupils to n European Sovereign.
This time it is King Humbert of Italy, who is
taken in by tho production of this nutogrnph
which wc maintain tho Count has no right to
use. His credentials from, or liis connection
with tho Ilawniinu Government havo long
ceased to bear tho official imprimatur, and it
is nothing less than nn imposition that this
man, bo ho Count or commoner, goes nbout
professing to represent tho King of Hawaii.
Tho motley matters bo constantly harped up
on may bo easily explained. Tho Count took
nuny with him ovor $3,000 ; how much of
this wns wasted in his American campaign
it is hard to say. Tho removal of tho party
from Germany to Italy was consequent, not
upon failure of remittances from tho Govom
nent, but upon tho fact that n diffeient
channol had been thought advisable Tho
accusation mado by tho writor that tho Hawa
iian Consul in Paris had pockotod (dishonest
ly us implied) 0110-half of a remittance, is too
ebstnd to comment upon. Tiio Hawaiian
Consuls nt Paris and Dicmen having im
portant documents to forward, objected vory
properly to bo vaguo nn addtcss as "Posto
IEostniito, Borne," nnd Mr. Hackfeld of Bre
men wroto and naked for a moro nccur.tto or
defiuito address, but his lottor ns fnrns wo can
learn remains unanswered by tho Count;
plainly enough tho Count docs not wish to ro
ccivo tho lettors awaiting him, and meanwhile
makes use of his autograph from tho King
nnd his possession of tho poisons of his pupils
to keep up tho nppearanco of boing still nn
accredited reprcscntntivo of tho Hawaiian
Government, which wo need not any hns lone
co.iscd to bo tho caso. Amongst other in
direct advantages to bo gained from this ex
perience, lot us hopo that the King may lc.11 11
that it will bo wiso in thu future to bo caroful
us to whom ho may entrust autograph
letters, nxailablo for any Sovereign to whom
tho bearer may, by their moans, obtain access.
Tho youth explains with delightful naivete
llint as tho King of Italy docs not speak
English "nil ichat (b!c) ho said was mado
known to us thiough Mr. Moieno himself."
Wo rejoice to learn that " tho wishes of King
Kal.ikaua in regaid to recognizing and sdp
porting tho independence of tho Hawaiian
Kingdom" will bo complied with by King
Humbert, but did not know that it was nt
Moret.o's instanco that ho does bo. Tho
gtatitude of King Humbert to King Kalnkaua
is also voiy touching, and tho fact that tho
writers ecen shank hinds with tho Italian
Sovereign is highly gratifying. Tho usual
lirado ngainst tho missionaries is reproduced,
by tho way, who taught reading nnd writ
ing to theso youths nnd their fathers ? And
ngainst whom nro thoy exhorted to fight if it
bo needed ? As to tho letter published in tho
GazHle, which is nn "infernal lie," wo hopo
that tho writor may, ns ho wishes, find out
ovorything concerning it, nnd Bcttlo nccounts
with that journal. Wo doubt if it will bo to his
t Now, of nil tho unusunl nnd uncalled-for
schemes for spending public mnnoy which
woio voted by tho last Logislatuio Chinese
Htonmer subsidy, Coronation expensoa, Statue,
Pedestal, Dccorationa, etc., tho Si 5,000 voted
for tho " Education of Hawaiian youths in
Foreign Oountiios" appoarcd to bo tho moat
lational and innocent; wo fear however that it
may provo tho most mischievous nnd unsatis
factory of nil. Firat, tho nomination of n
member of tho Houao as ono of tho youths in
need of foroign education wub wrong, nnd noxt
tho appointment of tho Count to tako them
abroud was worse: Thoy havo been on thoir
travels for tho gieator pait of a your, and havo
not, up to tho (into of theso loiters, been to
any place of instruction at all. What thoy
havo learnt, tho lettors themselves bIiow.
Hawaiian officials vilified nnd trail need iu tho
coarsest terms, misioprcsctitatious and mis
Btatemonts abounding, und on tlfo oppoaito
side of tho account What ? an introduction to
tho Crown Princo of Gormany and to tho King
of Italy! Both cxpressod themselves willing
to forward tho educalion of tho tiavolleiB;
neither has been suffuiod to do anything to
wnrds it. How is this ? It Beoms to us that
tho possession of tho King's nutogrnph nnd
the custodianship of tho youths has been usod
simply ns moans to forward tho Count's pro
jects, whatovor thoy may bo, in tho States und
iu Europo, and ho is naturally unwilling to
relinquish tho possession of such valuablo
tokens of nit official status which does not bo.
long to him. Moauwhilo, "Posto Ilestauto,
U01110," is thoir uddross, and tho letters wo
publish tho fruit of their education. It may
bo noticed that in ono letter the writor states
that "from the beginning 0 our journey from
IlamAulu to tho present day horo in Homo,
Mr. Moreno Ii.ih boen supporting us with his
own mouoy," &c; olsowhero it is asserted
that "with tho exception of SSOO which tho
Government sunt to us through Mr. Martin in
Paris, and which sum us quickly consumed by
our winy expemtH, Mr. Muioun has boon
supposing s with his own money from the
dug an? lift Paris to tho present day hero in
Rome." Iu both cases " wu havo soon it with
our own oyes." (Tho italics are ours.) But
how do those, statements agreo ono with the
other? And docs tho consumption " in our
cxpohscs" of tho sum remitted through Mr.
Martin agree with the assertion that that gen
tleman put one-half of it into his own pocket ?
Wo hopo that tho King uml his udviser may
promptly put an extinguisher on this dis.
tinguished Count, and aeo to the better edu
cation of tho youths,
Hour, Italy, March 27th, 1S31.
After staying more than 0119 mouth, in Dorlin,
wo ut List luf t U without rvoelvmjr tha answer from
the Emperor to that of oar King a letter to Prince
Uunry. to place Uoyu nml myself iu tha Military
and Kaval Academic, of Oortuanr ! nnd this was
all through the Kiin'i MluWtera for not sending
tho mousy. Tliey Indeed Bout 4.000 franca (about
$7t)j one-naif of which Mr. William Martin pat
into UU own pookett, and tho remainder be cavo
to us ; but, what is fX (or four poraons truTelinf,
tor rulroads. steamers, hotels, washing, etc, etc,
Mr. Moroao had wo friends !n Germ my, and so to
stay there waiting for tho Emperor1 answer with
out gnuicieut mean is utterly oat of tha question.
Mr. Moreno madu a bold stroke to bring tu all tu
Italy, whvre he baa friend, with bia own scanty
Uieaua, and he ha auooeedoil.
What do you think of tbU conduct of Ilia MnJ
Mtv'e Mini.ter toward u ? la it not a crime on
their part 1 Do they expect ai to litre on air, and
to aleup in tbo atoaata, ia not ej)dJna the money ?
Mr. Mo.-eao, who waa refareaeaUd by them aud
tbeir MUkiouary aaanahtwa aa a bad ruau, a poor
adventurer, tic., ate., w nave found oat tiT kisa
with oar own oye and baaiioa with onr own eara
both la Amariua a&4 is Swop, not only to ba
contrary to nil their confounded lies, but we hnva
nlso found him to bo tho noblest foreigner that
ever trod the poll of Hawaii, to whom erery Iruo
Hawaiian onalit to bo crntofnl ns long ns ha Htm ;
jimi if ho should make his appcaranco there ngnln,
hereafter, Hawaii should welcome him nnd recelvo
mm witu tno Highest honor, ns a fnthcr receives
Mr. Sloreno has taken tho hole responsibility
concerning ns upon his own shoulders, which Is
Indeed nn net of self-sncrlflce on hispid, which
wo three s.hall hover forget ns long ns we live, llo
has been const inlly drawing money from his own
family for our support, whilo the money appro
priated by tho last Lecialnturo is lying idle In
Alllolani flnle. ' K
He has always been ns kind ns n father to ns
which I for myself lmll never Imj nbla to ropiy.
How foolish 1 waii during our trip from Honolulu
to Hm Frntiriseu, on the steamer Ztntaiulxt, to en
with tho Missionaries nnd listen to their vile
slanders against thifl good man, and even belloM-d
them. I vtnsnot only foolish but ungrateful to
wards him who has been my only friend in thoo
straugo lrunlfl. As pardon draws us nearer to onr
Creator, bo will I alwnjs look up to him (.Moreno)
for pardon of my pist eonilncL
Ho is n man of very high birth uprnng from ono
of tho noblest families of Italy nnd who owiib tho
title of Count, llo ts well-known here in his own
native country nan grent nnd distinguished man.
At 1 o'clock p.m. on thn Zlril inat., wo went to
seo King Humbert nt his palnco, rnlled tho
(Juirinal. Ho leeched us inoit cordially. 'I ho
iwrfloti of tho King is line nnd erect, nnd his fnco
is agreenblo nnd hnndsomo. Ho cannot Bpenk
English, nnd bo nil what ho said wns inidn known
tous through Mr. Moreno himself. Air. Moreno
handed to him in our presence tho letter from
King Knlnknun, nnd nlso told the King Hint which
nil onr King bailee iiisiioiied him to say. King
Humbert replied that ho will bo happy lo comply
with tho wisheH of King Knlaknui in regard tu
recognising nnd Bupjwrtlng tho Independence of
tho Hnwniinn Kingdom. Mr. Moreno nlso bikiIiq
to him iu tho highest terms nbout our King, nnd
Biid Hint King Knlnknun is worthy of tho good
will of tho great Italian moiinrch. King Humbert
nlso said tint hois very grateful lo King Knla-
1. .,.. frt- ...... II. ... , f..l I.. n..l.....l n...l 1 . ...til
ivi.iii, iui nuuwiii,: u- iu Auujr iu nuuwui. mill iiu win
tako ns under his lloyal protection, honing that
wo will bo happy nnd content in school ; nnd on
tho following diy ho would upoak with tho Minis
ter of War and tho Minister of tho Navy for plac
ing us in the Military nnd Nnvnl Academies of
Itily. Wo leflllio presence of His Mnjesty with
the highest satisfaction of having Been him nml
even shook hands with him of whom wo had
heird so much In our " l'nr awny isloi of tho Sen."
llcforo 1 conclude this letter 1 wish to impress
ono Uiing upon jour mind, nnd thnt is this: llio
Alissionaries nro tho ruin to our King nnd to 'our
country. Itownro of them I Lot jour lovo for
your country nnd your King bo your giiidonnd
your shield ngninst them. Stand by your King iu
good or evil fortune, nnd light for him if thnt is
needed. I sjienk this to you becauso 1 know yon
aro surrounded with vipers; buf'bowaru" ij tho
A lettor waa published in thn Ilaicaitan Gazette
said to ba written by mo from Berlin nnd Bent to
them, which is an infernal lio. Willjou please
find out everything concerning that ltltci nnd let
me know of it V Send n copy of tho Jtmcaiian
Gazette, too, which contains tho lettor.
And now, ns I mil nbout to eloso this lottcr, ns n
friend uso all your iuflucuco in nny way whatever
that tho mouoy should bo immediately 'scut to us ;
our proportional aharo of tho appropriation made
by the last Legislature.
Direct your letter ns follows :
Tollowing is nn oxtract from n letter to n gentle
man in this city, nnd nlso a letter nddressed to tho
Hnwniinn People aignod by tho threo boys :
JComk, Italy, Mnrch Kith, 18S1.
To the llmritllan People : Wo Raw in tho
Hawaiian Gizgttk of February 2nd, 1881, stating
that Mr. Moreno recedes inonty from tho Hawaii
an Government for our support, out of which ho
manages to support himselt.
With tho exception of tho 800 which tho Gov
ernment sent to ur through Mr. Mnitm in Paris,
nnd which sum wns quickly constinud by our
many expense!. for llnilroids, Steamers, Hotels,
Wnsliing, Clothes, etc., etc , although living with
in the Btrictest limit of economy, Mr. Moreno has
boon supporting us with his own money from tho
day we loft Pans to tho present d ly hero in
Home. This is 11 fact, becauso wo havo scon it
with our own eyes.
Therefore what tho Hawaiian Gazette hns said
is nn outrageous lie.
For tho sake of truth wo now sign onr nnraos.
Rodeiit W. WlLOOX,
James K. Booth,
ltOBKltT N. IIotd.
"Sir, yon told ns nn infernal lie. For from tho
beginning of our journey from Honolulu to tho
present day hero in Home, Air. Moreno has beon
supporting us with his own money. Wo know it,
bceiuso wo havo Been it with our own oyes, nnd
through that confounded lie of yours wo lmvo suf
fered so much. Had I known what 11 villain vou
aro, I would never havo associated with you. Now
I know tho reason why Air. Moreno never HjKiko to
you nnd associated with you, it is because you nro
a vipor nnd n bluok-ho.iited scoundrel. It is you
and your other missionary nsBocntes, who pub
lished thosonnsty lies iu the Sin Francisco pipers
nnd reproduced in tho Jlmiatiun Gazette in Hono
lulu about Air. Moreno nnd us threo. This hIiows
you have no honor nnd slinine, nnd you nro a man
without heart and conscience. I closo this letter
with tho hope that henceforth thoro shall bo u per
feet understanding between you und me."
Report of tho Small-Pox Hopitnl
For tho vveok ending nt 8 A. u. of Friday, May
13th, 1881: J' J
rHticntH In hospital May Oth 08
itt-cclvcd from town in
Broke out on premises G S3
Kokuas nnd quarantined persons other than -tionts
107, making tho total number now on L.B
promises 1(13 exclusive of employes. Among tho
patients now in thu hospital thoro nro bix cliildron
under ilvo yours of ago and four botwoou tho agos
of ilvo und ten. CitAnLEs T. ItomiKiis, M.D.
Honolulu, Alay 13th, 1881.
TIIK ELEVENTH OK JUNE la comlne ami ao la
every day, thnt horc require GOOD ota. Wo have
lor aalo, oats at $2.50 per cental, which are In all re
aped aa good aa Now Zealand oats at $1.25 or J-i.RO per
cental, nnd which good Judge have pronounced to BE
Now Zealand oat. Also tho right kind of hay to feed
with theeo oat, Oar mixed feed will fatten a hone
tiUICKEH and IJETTEIt than anything elie in town.
3J lm I.AINE A CO.
From the Swlney Dalit TeUqraph, JumSil, 18S0.
The Waltham Watch Company have been aunrded the
only gold medal given for notchea nt tho Sjdney Inter
national Exhibition, aud aro tho only exhibitor In any
claa from tho United Statea who have received thia
1 Hole Agent fur the Hawaiian lalanda
CoN'.t'LAUo nituia EtTADoaUKtuo I
DB.Me.iico, r.v Hosolcio,
A lot Cludadanoadela Itepubllca AtcJIcanoi Loa qua
pcrlenezcand (ita Ropftbllca, ion avliadoapor niodlo
do one Cnnaulado, de rcjlilrar aua uombrra lo ma
pronto poalble, 4 nn de contegulrla deblda protccclou
M Ooblerno, para u Intcreiea que rcpreientan en e
tacludady laadenia Ih do Hawaii,
H. V. Lame, L'o.nsul db Mesico.
Oflclna, Calle do Fort, No. 31. Honolulu. II. 1, 81 1 !.T3ni,
TO THE I'UIIUC.-Tlie uudoralgncd wlihea toex
prci to this community Ida alncero tbanki for tho
appreciation they have iliown, aud tho interest they
have taken Iu the new and entcrprlidng builne be
hai in recenlly eugagod In, and ut which tho people
ot tlieo Ilanda bsvo found audi an agreeable comfort
In procuring home ani employment without lielno put
to annoying inconvenience aa In the pal. 1 detlre to
ay that Ihoee seeking Itooma, (Jollugea and tiMiniaai
vi nil a employment, I n fully prepared to anltt them
aud having thoroughly admliacd siy builnea on the
Iiland aa well a In California and the Culnnler, It
will be to tho advantage nf landlords and owner of
ltooni, Cottage and Ileal Ilitale, to place their Inter.
rt In my hand, aud employer wlfl alia da well to
notify me wbe.u help In any branch nf Induttry li
required. Very ltetpuetfnlly
JOBKl'll E. WISEMAN,
SI I Real Edata Drokrr and Employment bureau
BID 1 Offlc. So. iff Merchant tu. Honolulu. H. I.
IN IIKRKBY niYtlV TO A I.I. PKRIin.sfN,
that at a inealn of Hharelioldero nf the Olowalu
Company, held on tha fltli day of May IfcWI, It aa voted
to accepl the Charter of Incorporation, granted to theoi
and their oclaie and iiceuor, under the corporate
name and stylo of the OI.OWALU COMPANY, on the
till day of May, ISsi, and thai the. Coiporallon under
Id Charier, or.'iutrtd Itself and elected the followlug
l'rcildrnl ,,....11. A. Wldemann,
Vice 1'roildeut,. ..,.,.., .,.!'. b, I'ratt,
HecreUry,...,, , ,,,.,, ,.C. O, Merger,
Treasurer,... ,,,... .....A, Jaeger,
Auditor .,..,,..,.,., U. O. hWer.
C. O. uKllOlT
Htctetary Olowala Company.
The POLYNESIAN RACES
Si:rttv vttLi'ME. cvice t.oa. cofiEn
of tbo abort work may Ixt obtained at lh Bonktmro
of m 41) WHIT J.HY ft, WOimtiTBON.
fTHK HSraiC MX UUKVI an-KEEl.
at prCHBf occupied by Mr. J. A. tUatlof.
iaMaaloa slvia on In July.- Vat HticlaT
to A. McKIBBlN. a tf
At a MniyHaVa or tut: stock
holderof the Walhee Sugar Co held a! Walhee,
.Maul. Friday April JSIh 1SS1, the following officer waa
' W O IltWIN, Treasurer,
vice A. J. Cartwrlght, relgned.
t ri 1 1 J 1 iii.ai
- In VVulhee PngarCo.
THE HOOVER TELEPHONE
THE HIGHEST PREMIUM
At the Mechanic' fair In San Franclco, I0). for the
IIi-hi liliilniii for thorl illetanrre, the Hell or nny
other Telephone not excepted No trouble to put up
nr work, and
CASH Oltlir.ltH promptly attended lo, Infefrmallon
given on implication 'I neo Telephone ernlnvnlmhlo
on plantation. I.UNK .t CO., Ilnnnlilu,
r.i lm Pole Agent fir tin Hawaiian Ilanil.
rwynv. t7Nin:iiNici.r,n whim to ini'ihiji
.i. hla Cuetomera and tho Public generally that
HE WILL REMOVE
HIS BUSINESS TO THE
Shops on Queen Street
AUJOINIO II. HAOKl'm.I) & CO.,
ON OR AH0UT MONDAY, MAY 10
Where he will hu prepared to
Manufacture Ail Kinds
Cnno and Dump Carta,
Alio, to attend to
I shall alto keep a
Full and Complete Stock
I'nlnta, Varnlshe, Hefliird liar Iron,
Norway nr.il Sweden Iron, l!ore-hrc.,
Ciiinbcrland Coal, Oak, Ash and Hickory Tlankt,
M hllo Wood, Ac., Ac.
WHICH I WILL OFFER
Bod Hooli. 3Fzoog !
ALL ORDERS FILLED WIThIrOMPTNESS AND DISPATCH,
Thanking the 1'nbllc for past Patronage, I hope by a
constant endeavor to satisfy my patrone, to merit a
continuance' of tho jnme.
852 tf U7 C. WEST.
SUPilKMK COURT OF TIIK HA
WAIIAN ISLANDS. In Probate. In the matter
of the Ilstato of UUUItGU A. HltlDUKS and MAKIA
1IIUDOHS, lata or Honolulu. At Chambcri, before .Mr.
Justlco JlcCully. (Order of Notice of Petition ror Al
lounnco of Accounts, Discharge, nnd Final Distribu
tion of Property.)
On Heading aud Filing the Petition and ncconnta of
It. Ilingham. Adiiilnlstrutor of the Kstntu ot Gcorgu A.
llrldgcs nnd .Maria Drldgis, lato of Honolulu, deceased,
wherein he asks to bo allowed S2TU2l,nud charge him
eelf with S-lia 33, and asks tliut the samo may be ex
amined end approved, and that a limit order may be
mado of distribution of tho property remaining in hla
hands to tho persons thereto entitled, and discharging
him nnd his sureties from all further responsibility a
It is Ordered, that WEDNESDAY, tho 15th day of
JUNE, A. I). lb81, at 1U o clock A. Jl., before the said
Justice, at Chambers, In the Court Houe, at Honolulu,
be and tho samo hereby Is appointed as tho time ana
place for hearing nald Petition and Accounts, and that
all persons Interested may then and there appiar nnd
ebuvv cause, If imy Ihcy have, why tho samo shonld not
bo grauted, and may present evidence ns to who arc en
titled to the said property. And that this Order, In the
Eii7llsli nnd Hawaiian language, be publlshd! In tho
"Saturday Press" und "Nupepa Kuol.oa." newspapers
prln led and published in Honolulu, for three successive
weeks previous to the time therein uppolntcd for said
Dated at Honolulu, II. I., this ISth day of Jlay, A. D.
1831. I,. JIcUOLLy
Justice of tho Supremo Court,
Attest: A. Kosa,
37-t Deputy Clerk of tho Supremo Court.
SUPIIEMI5 COUUT OF T1IK IIA
wallan Islands. I u Probate. In tho matter of tho
Eslato or J. I). DICKSON, late or Honolulu, deceased,
Al Chambers, heforo Honorable Lawrence JlcCully,
Jiiotico of the Supremo Court,
On rending uml tiling tho Petition and accounts of S.
M. Damon and Jlrs. h. F. Dickson, Executors of tho
Estatoof J, O. Dickson, lato of Honolulu, deceased,
viliercln they ask to lionllonod 3117,701.00, and charge
tbemsclres wltii S1J7,CU1 K; nnd asks that tho sauio
may ho examined and approved, and that a llnal order
muy ho leado of distribution or tho property remaining
In liinlr hiinds to thn persons thereto entltltd, and dis
charging them and their sureties from ull I urtliir re
sponsibility us such.
It In ordered, that WEDNESDAY tho I5th day or
Juno A. D. 181, ut ten o'clock A. Jl., beforu the said
Justice, at Chambers, In the Court House, at Honolulu,
he unci tho samo hereby Is appointed ns tha timo anil
placi. for hearing said l'etllimi nnd Account-!, and that
nil persons Intereslid may thon nnd there apiitar and
show cause. If nny they havo, why tho same should not
be granted, and may present evfdeiice as to who are
entitled lo tho said property, And that thia order, In
the Kngllsh laiigua;e be published In tho Saturday
1'resa newspaper printed and published In Honolulu,
Tar three successive wieks previous to tho time therein
appointed for said hearing.
Dated at Honolulu, II. I., this 13 day of JIi A.D. 1M1,
Attest: Jxu. E. IUnabd, Justice Sup erne Court.
37 3t Clerk of the Supreme Court.
SUPUEJLB CO UHT OF TII13 II A"VVA
ilan Islands. Iu Bankruptcy. In the matter of the
llunkiuptiy of CIUNO ON i CO.
Whertas Chine On and Atlng doing business a
vintchmakcra and Jeweller In Honolulu, under the firm
nouio or Chltig On A L'ompiny, were adjudged batik
nipt at u henrinz before the Honorable A. Francis Judd,
Justice of the Supremo Court.
Now therefore, iiotlco la hereby given that TUESDAY
thoiilthilny of Jlay, lel. ut 1U o'clock A. Jl. a! tho
Court Itooin Iu Alllolani Hale, Honolulu, ba the timo
and place ror nil the creditors of the said Chlng On A
Co. to pren-nt their claims and prove their debt.
lly the Court. A. ItOSA.
Deputy Clerk Supreme Coort
Honolulu. Jlay Cth. 1B31. nam
v liitnii: ui-' x wiur iksiii.o is y nn;
Hon CO. Harris, Chief Justice or thn Siiprrinu
Court, on the nth or January, lhxo, commanding mo to
sell at Public Auction, all the Iteal Estate of Charles
Kanalua, deceased. 1 shall
On Monday, tho 6th Bay of Juno, A. D. 1881
In front of Alllolani Hale, Honolulu, ut 111 o'clock
noon, all the right, title and tutmtt of tho said ( harlca
Kanalua,deceased,oMnuiidtotho Ahcpitaaof Walrlo.
Island of Hawaii, consisting of SCI acre rice lanil, of
which IU acres are Iu cultivation.
6,10 acres, strtams, ilsh ponds, grating land, 4c.
Ac., maklug a total of 8,Mtt acres, subject to a lease ex
piring Dectmbtr Ulsl, Itlll, a! Jbuu pur annuta nayablo
nu.anuuauy iu aavancc,uua iuo parties Holding 111
n-A If. rtnt. nil tttv... n
lease to nav all txe.
In addition to the above, there
aro certain kalo
palche, called " I.ol Knelu o Uml," which lomprlse an
are.t of SH-1U acres, which will be sold with Ihu Abu
jmua, um lift hmi-ii.
Alsoattlio samo time and place, all the right title
and Interest nf O. Kanalua, deceased, or. In and to the
fullqwtng Iteal Kstate, situated Iu Klpaliulu, Maul, and
consisting of East Wallauioa, containing an arsa of
17 6! acres,
Ahupurt nf Alaeuul, containing an area of 176-tl
acres. Tb upper portion nf Alaiuul, conlalns an area
of about IjTOu acre, of heavily il-ubcnd land.
NO IK. Tho Ahupuaauf Walplo contain the finest
lllce Lsnds In tha Kingdom, and tvgtlhvr with tho dsh
lujr right lorin most desirable lnyestinent.
East Wallamoa and Ins lower pari of Alaeiiul.com.
prlsa Cane Laud, and at then It a Sugar Mill recently
eroded near tha ground, lhl also form a most desira
Tcrmt Cash, and llet.li at expense of Purchaser.
Chart may ba seen, and liiformailnu furnished at tha
rsau May oth. r- VM v$&
78 IIKItKUV GIVKK TO ATTPE1U
X ton, that at a Mssllur of thu Hharah.ililsr ..r in..
bl'Alt JIILI bUQAU CU, held on the giih dar ot
..,...,, ,w., , m ,u,n ,.. vc( ins uuarier or in
corporation granted to tbeui and their associate and
MUr.raitf Utlllt-P ll.M P,.,U,t,M nam k...l -I..,.. ... .. ..
8TAK XlLh COMPANY,
An II. .1 ,k. flrt...n--it ..HJ- .-I.I r... .
... ........ w-.u, ...... u.u.raiu uu.rior wtt ouiy
organized sad circled tht following named oiHccrt, vln
rmiaeai., , WM, . OA8TLK.
Ice-Pi? sldeiit ,,,.J, u. ATIIXKTUH.
Mec'yand Treasurer,,,.., WM. O. 1KWIN,
Auditor.. ..,.,. ,... DAMKL It. YIDA.
Notice It alia given that pursuant to the terms of said
Charur no Stockhpldsr shll hi (udlTldaally liable fir
the debts of the Coiporatloh b.yood lb amount which
hill l,M (llIM ,.,, n Ilia .n.-a n. ..- - ..J -....
himself, WM. O. IKWIX '
'' Hec'y Star Mill Co.
11 ATaTMMW TM MalC
trw MI4,'llIMIIi T
HCI.0 frwa t
FOll SAN mtANUISCQ.
THE NEW CLII'PEIt lUUKKNTINK,
Will havo quick dispatch for abovo port.
Kor freight orpasiagc, apply
PV1 TIIKOJI. l)AVIi:s,Agent
R)ll SAN PllANOJSCOT
The ravorlle American Hark
&s B.C. MURRAY,
I'. O. HAVENS, Mailer,
Will sail for tho nbovo port on or about
For Freight or passage, apply lo
e"a 07 FT. I.KNKHAW CO., Agents.
NEW YORK AND HONOLULU
mill: A4l'.Tft OP THIS 1-OIMlT.An mm;,
J Jlesrs, W. H,Crnrmnn A llros., No. list lum
ber Street, New York, will dispatch a first class vrsel
the latter part or .May or larly In Jnne for this port
Parties iieslrlng lo ship by this favorite line ntll for
ward their order early, to secure tho necessary room.
Freight al loweel ratce.
Bll 3m CT Ag"iil In Honolulu
WILL SAIL FROM HONOLULU
Jtomliv, Jlay ICth at 4 o'clock p m
lliursday, Jlay siith ...at 4 o'clock pin
Jtomlay, June 6th al 4 o'clock p m
Thursday, Juno inth at I o'clock p m
Jlonday, June 27th..... at I o'clock p m
Tuesday, Jfny 17ll nt.1 o'clock a m
Friday, Jlay S7lh...., Bin o'clock a m
Tuesday. Julio "Hi ntll o'clock a m
Krlday, June 17th al n o'clock a in
Tuesday, JunoSHIh nt 3 o'clock a m
AltltlVINO AT KAUl
Wednesday , , May 1Sth
Widncedny , JiinoHth
haturday. lime lHtli
Saturday Jlay Slat
Wedmsdar June 1st
Saturday Inne 11th
Saturday July i.'nd
TOUOIIINO AT JIAALAEAi
Jlonday. Iiiuu 11th
lliursday ,. JuneSIrd
Jlonday July f til
AlUtlVI.Nfl AT HONOLULU
Tuesday . . .
EH) 35 -Its
T. R. FOSTER. & Co., AKcut-.
lilXU. i i MAN11III.
Tuesday, Jlay 17lh, n p ni...
Tuesday, .May i!lth,B p in..,
'luisday, Jlay .'Hit, Dim...
Tuesday, June 7lh, 5 ii in...,
Tuesday, Juno 14ih, D p in..
Tuesday, .ninoUtst, B p m...
'lucsday, JuuoUSth, Sp m..,
cir 'o 4'rrillt fur l'nsnnire Money, -fid
We positively ih cltno lo open accounts ror Passage-,
and wc particularly call the iiltiutlun or tho trnvcllrg
public lo tlioiii'-itslty or having Baggage and Freight
plainly marked; tho Steamer will not be responsible
for any unmarked llaggage, or for Freight or Parcels,
unless U'ci-liti-il ioi.
Freight Money Duo on Domand.
In nil cases ot rp-lght for parties not responsible, or
unknown, tho freight money will bo required In udvance
I'AJI.A4si: ol I.KIIIOIIN mill WINUs MUM
IIU PLAINLY .MAUICr.ls
For the party w horn they aro for, or plainly stated In the
receipt to whom they art consigned.
All demands for damage or loss must bo made within
In no way liable for loss or accident to live slock.
tf Hack Drivers, Boys, and such like, villi not be
allowed on hoard the Steamer on arrival, until after tha
passengers have been landed.
&I7 WILDER A CO.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
THE NPLEMtlll HTKAHSIIIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about Monday, Jnne 6.
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND 1
THE NPI.KXa.il NTKAHNIIIP
On or about Saturday, May 14
For I're'ght and Passage, apply to
81" 'n. II. lUOICFKf.D A CO., Agouta.
oHl lor .Shipment aver Mfiniivor earn now
ho Ntnrexl, I'reo ol CluirKe. Iu tla rirti.iiruol
Wnroliousin npnr llio Wtowinsir Wlinrf.
From Honolulu to Hilo Direct.
The A 1 Clipper Schooner,
Will tall from Honolulu lo Illlo direct, and will call at
liilcrmcdlato Porta on the return trip.
TV K? 'ght " ''"'or-'"' y.Phg' go'o'.Vg.'A'e'enV'
A. FRANK COOKE
A01SNT FOll THE 1'OLLOWINO COAbTKHS)
Wnioli. 0MJI IslUus
Wnl.bn, fff7 WtUmssU,
Qen. Sle(el JsUm slain.,
ltod with While Hall. Offlce-
and Nuuanu Streeti.
Comer of Queen
PLANTERS' LINE fOR SAN FRANCISCO
ffitt- v . Br1?wor Co.-Agont..
-'V Jlerclllinil Sl ri-rnlvi. Lln.. K-..a. S2NC.
. i Tiv --,-"'"".' iiwiku r.surnart v ri.a-t-i
and liberal cash advance n.ado on shlnmenls hylhli
u. illu.lVJiUX CO.
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE I
JC O. Browor & Go.-Arjenta. jt
TSi- 'Y",bl arrangementa can a hi ays beTS
lii,t.. !?.H lt01r" -"'L '''II""""! "f Oil. HVine Woo),
1 Idstaiid other .MerohaudUe to Mew Ildford. Ilptton.
J-ewVork aud olhsr Eastern Pons. lWasldv.BfM
"""' TtHlly 0. IfltU WEJt ft CO.
'"...Si1" .,,.,'".(7:. V"I
i(.h..i.,.r ' ' ",. '",""1J..U . ."" Auomianu aim
utitle or horse driving ou said lands, without lb.
r.r.,,d,!,,.Cy0w!:h,,o,,,.,,v '""'"ff''. -wh-
w(ibD..,X0.,p.1l.V,7"J'n8 ,hl" no"M w!" b' de,u
wf)inr,J,l".,0.1torp,,,?'"l Klvtniiny Inrormatlon which
VJi.'.'n lo xi" '"""Cllou ot any party or panic tan
ng cattlo or horses oinh. above-iintloned Slid with,
out leave will be rewarded with Twenty Uollaia.
abovViaSd'atTfl tirtZl.""1" ,00,v on "' ' "
aw, i.A.11. ftTCVVAHP.
''HK UXMKRMIIIMKU, HATINf, KM
,,, PPoJnted Atvlxuee for the Ktlala ol W U
Uv't. of Wakawao, Island of Maul, Yc-luutirr binfc
rupt. would hereby nollly allpci.oua bvug wypro
petty or electa fielouglng loathe said Dasft" ifielr
possession: lo del ,r ih. atn to the ttiartlin4
as.Uueeaoilor lyjloretbo Ulh day of JulyTlWiVnS
alperson Indebted to the laid .al fojiaie Bay -
lo,nVo;co,.?c.on",l, " VU' f " "
ii v , JoNMI10AKDkANA'
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