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noxowu; Jvxk in t
, Thi rrlrnl of Ihe monihlr mill steamer (rnm Ih
Colonies en Monday lt mucin taslnt-s finite, brlilc for
tnat & atonir the city front, ll was expeeted llint on
account of Inslrnctlons from Sin Krsnclseo the A n -trails
would only nop for the mails mid would carry no
freljht, nd when he steamed Into the hstbor and
docked at her birth Ittrai (jldome surprise for all.
8hc loft at lliSO. p. ji. and carried off large cargo of
unijar and other prndncts.
The bnrkcnllne Klla and brigantlne Consne lo arrltrd
from Man I'ranclrro durlnr the wrclt with Inrtc assor
ted cargoes an' will leare with dlipatch for the Coot,
Sugar continues to arrive In larg- quantities from the
plantations, and In addition to what la being mt from
Ilonnlnln, 1 considerable amount In blnjr rhlppcd di
rect from K'iiiiliil. Maul, and Illto. Hawaii
At the Mar'hnl'a sale of propertr of tho Knnnlna es
tate on Monday last the land) at U'alplu were fold to
Mr. Ha nuel Parker for iWm, and the landing at Klpu
hiilii, to Hactcfold ,t Co for SLUM
PORT Of HONOLULU.
June l-ltilatr eh lid, Cnwler, from Kannlng'e la
Hrli K Moi from Kahulnl
A Am tern I. Ileebce, Utirtls, 18 iliys from
Mm Like' ke, from Hawaii and Maul
Hell Nettle Merrill, from I.nhsliin
Heli Jenny, from Nawlllwlll
Hcli KeUaulnohl, from llni.alel
Urn llllama, from llanalel
rich Wiillele, from Jlnllko
r.-P M H 8 Atulralln, C'arlll, from Sydney
7 Hch Manuokawal, from llanamiiiilii
8-Am hktne Kiln, Turner, 11 daya from San
llrlt bk Zne, Campbell, 151 daya from Mm
Hch W'almalii, from Koliala
Mm .Fas Mikee. from Kami
O-Am titne Uiintuelo, Howard, 15 Jf. daya from
hch .leiiny walker, rrom Onnmea
Hch llaluakala, from llanalel
Hch Lnkii, from Kohala
10 Htm Lelma, from liana and Molokal
H-Mm Mkcllkc. from Hawaii and .Maul
.Inno GP M S S Anslarllii, Carglll. for San Francisco
Htm Lehim, forMoloknl nnd Hnna
Stm Iwnlanl, for yuilaei, Knnn nnd Kau
Htm 0 It Illshnp, fur Kauai
Sell Mnrlon, Kukiilliiile
7-Stm Mkollke, for Manl and Hawaii
Hch Mana, for Krokeo
Sell Wiilcliu, for Knilaea
Htm Kllaiie.i lion, for Knhulnl
Sell Kaiilkcaonll. for lloncikaa nnd Walplo
Sell I.cahl, for Hoiiolpu
Hch Keknuliiohl. fur llanalel
8-Hch Nettle Merrill, for I,ahalna
Sell Manuokawal, for llnmimaula
Hch Jrnny. for Nawlllwlll
Hcli Waloll. for Mollko
9-Mm Jus Makec, for Kauai
s Vossola in Fort.
Am lutim Morning Htnr. llray
Haw bgtuo Storm lllnl, Tlerncy
Haw hrgtnc Surprise, .fsclcsnn.
Am bk Ciilifortiln, l.nve.
. ' Am liktnu Kate Sudden, Hates. ,
Am hktne Amelia, fuse
Hilnteii sch VUlil, Can ley
Am tern V I. llceliee, Curtla
Am hktne Kiln. Turner
llr bk Zm Campbell
Am bgltic Caiiaui'lO, Howard
Vetuols Expected i.tHoitolnlu. from Foreign,
Haw lik Kale, Hnthfua, London, due June 1-5, II Hack-
feld A. Co, Agents
Am bk Chi-shln-. Ilachelder, New York, over due
(Justin lb Cooke, Al'i'UIh
OcrbkCeder, Kohl's, llremen, over duo Hockfeld i
Am bk Amlo, Sandberg, Newcastle, N 8 W, duo
Juno 5-10, Allen A, Itobliisnii, Audits
llrlt ship City of Horn buy, Lowell, Olatzniv, due Auguit
10-15, IJ W .Macfarluno A Co. Ageiits
llrlt bk Siillolk, llyford, London, duo Aug 2.VK), 0 lircw-
er .v Co, Agents
Am bk Martha Hideout. Wlckberg, Port Illakely, duo
Allen ,fc llotilnson, Aet-nt
Am srhr Clans Spreckcls, Cousins. San Francisco for
Kaliulnl, diiu: W O. Irwin .t Co., ngunts.
llrlt lik Uticrun, Harvey, Liverpool, to sail April S5.
T II llavles. Agent,
llrlt bk Olengaber. .McUhco, Liverpool, to tall litter
part May, J T Waturhouse, Agent.
Am liutiiti llacird, .Miller. Nanniino for Knhulnl, Maul,
Am schr American fllrl, liackiis, Port Illakely,
Am schr Anna, McCulloch, San Francisco, via Autos.
for Knhulol. line
l'.M.H.h. City of Sydney, Dearborn, Han Francisco due
June II, 11 llackfi'ld ,t Co. Agcuta
Ocr S H llesnerla, I'elerson, Whampoa, dnc Juno
10-15, llackfeld A Co
Am bk Jenny I'ltts, hlcvcrl. Fort Oamblc, dne .
II llnckfi-ld A Co, Agent..
Am bk II W A I my. Freeman, line Junu 16-a), Castle.l-
Am bktno Discovery, I'irrrlman, Han Frnncisco, due
June lV-'.'O, lluckfeld ,t Co, Agents
bk (lllmpse, , from Newcastle, N S W,
due, llackfeld A Co. Agnuts
Haw bk Iolanl, Clarrels, llremen, to sail In May, Hack-
feld A Co. Agents
!l.K.".lrc1' ""'ve, , from Newcastle, J S
, Wilder A Co, Agents
Am bk Ferris S Thompson, Potter, New York, loading
May 11, Cnstlu A Cooke, Agents
Am bk Ceylon, llnllitt, Uoslon, loading May 10. C
llri-ner A Co. Agents '
Tho Am bgtno Consiielo arrived fron San Francisco
on Thursday morning, with n full freight nnd four or
flvo pmengtrs she ; docked at the old Custom llouso
wharf where alio Is now discharging a general cargo,
nnd will return In u f days.
"Tim Am bktno Klla arrived from San Frnnclsco, last
Jodnesdav bringing a full cargo, Inrliidlng the regular
deck load from han Francisco; she docked at llrenrr A
t.o s wharf, where she has maio It pretlv lively for tho
last two or tlircu da) s discharging and loading cargo at
the. same time; sho will return to San Francisco on
., The Am tern V. I,, lleebeo arrived from Humboldt
last Sunday morning with n cargo of redwood: sho
locked at tho Hsplinade opposlto tho Custom llouso
where sho Is now discharging; she is commanded by
Copt. Curtis, formerly of tho flaw bk Surprise.
Tho llrlt bk Zoo arrived last Wednesday morning
from Liverpool. She brings a largo cargo of general
luorchaudlso consigned to T. II. Daviess, hho docked at
the old steamship dock, where sho Is now discharging.
Tho Am bktno Kate Sudden, at the Hsplanado foot of
Fcrt st, has discharged her cargo of coal, and has been
chartered by Messrs Irwin A Co to load sugar for San
1 rauclsco, fur which port sho will sail on Tuesday next,
v Tho Am bktno Amelia, has taken the berth at the
I.splanado vacated by the Sudden, where sho Is now
discharging her tnrgoof coal; during her trip to thla
port sho carried away tho fort top galloinost, etc.,
which Is being repaired at this port.
Tho Am bk California has discharged her cargo of
,co.il at the esplanade she; sails, fur Ito yal ltoads, II. O.
on Tuesday next In ballast.
The Itolatea sch Vivid arrived lait Saturday, 01J days
from Fanning' Id. bha anchored In Ilia stream; will re
turn to tho Island on Monday next. She reports going
down last trip In (1 days SU hours. Left ut tho Island tilt
Cler bk Alalauta loading for Hamburg.
Tho I'. M.S. S. Australia nrilvcd from the Colonies
early last Monday morning, and contrary to expect
ations entered the port, allowed all her passengers to
(land, and took In about UM or 7110 tons freight and sail
ed for San Francisco about 11. ao i m. same day.
The P.M. S, S. City of Sydney will bo due from San
branclscothlsr, m. She advertises In San hranclsco
j. to leave Juno llli, no freight tnkcii for Honolulu.
Tho'Ocr S. H. Hctpccla Is now consdicretl due from
The Chinese H. rt. Meo Foo Is due from San Francisco
this a. . with ten days later news.
Last Monday night one end of IlrewcrA Co's dock
tell In t' forliiiintefy there vru no rnjar or other freight
plied there at tho time.
?-.Tho DUcorery was to sail from San Francisco about
MayjiMh.lobo followctl tu a few day by the II.
V .Tho Am bk Ferrl S. Thompson was on tho Sectional
dock at New York May lUth, to be stripped, caulked
ami re-uu (ailed, prior to her voyage to this port.
The S. S, City of Sydney, from AustialU, via Hono
lulu, arrived Vetterduv 111 this nnrt and iinihnH l ih.
jmuraiillnu ground until she was examined by Ihu'
JiJiurmuliieOMU'er. The Inspection showeil that sho
." irc itwui uisi-ase, Hiiiisnu was aiioueti to come Into
lotk lat night ut nine o'clock and disembark her pas
The II. H S. Wachusrtt, experlnced a heavy gtle on
the passairo fnim Hits port to nan FroncUco, lasting
from tho Dili to the litn.
The follow lug la an extract rrom a letter from tho
Drttlsh steauijncht Liucasslilro Witch vrlch left thla
lMirt Oct a.1. on arrival the owner prescntnl the Cap.
tain with aline gil,l watch Hiid chain. The lollnvvliig
Is tha InUrrt Left Honolulu Nuvi-'nd IN, called at
Tahiti, and stopped there three days, left again for next
station, which was port Stanly, Falkland Itlauds,
wuetu we arrived on tho I3th of Jan IStls afttr getting
, a stock of fresh pruvlsloiis and water, left for Liver
ihmIoii JanUlh, butowiu; to light wind, did notar
i.rlv until March Till, making the paissgo In ti days.
The pastag from San Frandlsco, including stoppages,
was mad In 11 days. Had pleasant weather throueh
ut the trip.
A, b.k.K'lw-,p!Mty which arrlrM at Kan Francisco
Jay 'Jin. from this port report thit the flisfJ days on
K?. "?.?" '' 'fades, with a very heavy swell fromt
. . 'VI r.Wlluglnondeek the whole leujth of
the. leo side, and deck lunttantly Hooded.
"Spreckels llro's new schooner Anua sailed from San
I rauclsco May II for Kahulul, Maul, via Aptos.
TU bk Jenny Pitts, sailed IrsiuMn Vrauclsco Jlay
It for Port U-imbio, w her sho would load lumber lor
TU uevv schooner now nearly completed by Mttthew
Trer.forthesprcklsltro. i, m b callrd th V
O. Irwla. Another vessel I to' b built Immediately
Jim Ui abovel launched, and then two Urge steam,'
er of IwVI tons each aro to be starte,) and completed a
sojut. posjIUlo, alUJ bv iuiil lu IU HawalUu
Hslaad trad by tlia abov itiurMI a.
' Th whtllaibirk Arnold, Cpt Uabsrt Jones. sallM
from iSevv Bedford on May 3rd, for th North l'aclic
Tbo U. 8. fi. Alert, al Yokohama, Japan, April
: V.la Ml! . ' w v.01 autrejlng cruise arouud
The'U.h.S.hwataMwas at Nagasaki. April ; It
was rumoied that she would goto th Samoan Island
l-.TVi.U!?,HL,,.,0l wt l Yokohsm preparing to
siabllsh longitude by ItleyrapMc signals. '
,jleeV.dMTVr:. "liM '" l?5l,5
'anBK.WAY-Ai th. Qa.u'. HasBllaL Jaa'aVh.
u.n.uRxiKvrir.iwixs,, sus, recently from Bohaia: i
Hawaii. A uaUva of England, but a resldJnl fjr 1 '
SSwJid' ?",g" " "to 1-eUUui i5 I
Ileport nf It M H Australia, Carglll Tommander
lllseliarged pilot nIT Sjdney Heads at 6 p m. May 19th
Moderate easterly winds prevailed np to the VMdi fre
quent snnalls and heavy showers on that date, slghti-il
Three Klnes at lli a m. bearing Nil half K; North
I'ape abeam at fl:.inp m, and at midnight lavllla Island
bore SK by S: lien nnd Chickens Islands abeam at
.15am on thrSllli and Little Harrier abeam at 8iW,
am. Ilett-lved pilot oir Aucklirul at IUi5n this day.
After discharging and receiving T'ew Zealand malls,
passengers and Irtggage, cut oir from the wharf at3:Ti
p m of the'JIth, Strong winds and eleir weather, with
a high easterly swell prevailed up to the sth, Croseil
th meridian on the l!f,th. Met with frequent squalls
with heavy rains up tn tho 31st. Crossed the equator
June 1st In long. 1U0 2 V. Sighted Calm at 5i5 a m of
San Francisco: arrived May 9. Am Wc Edward May,
Johnson, hence April 19; Am sch Clius Hpreckefs,
Cousins, s.'1'v days from Kahulul; Am sch Lettltla,
Hlllsrhee, hence April 91 JI iy II. Am hktne Discovery.
Pirrlman, hsnro April : May II. Am lik II W Almy.
Pre, man. hence April 91; Jlav I1. I' JI S H City of Hyd
ley. l)i arborn. hef.ee May lflj .Mar ID. V S S WaUuisett,
Lull, hence Apiil'JI.
Victoria. II C, arrived May K, Am bk Harvest Home,
Matson. hence April C
Sydney, N. S. V arrived April 18. Nic bk ltemljlo,
Howard, heiice Feb. 7.
From Newcastle. N 8 W, per Amelia, June I T. It.
Post' r A t'o fssl" t ins coal.
From Knreka. per W L llsebee. Juno '1 Levvers A
Cooke; illUMr) ft lumber, UM m shingles.
From Fannlngs Is. per Vivid. June li T II Davles,
15 tons gnanoand stores returned.
From Auckland and Sydney, per Australia, June ft
J II llruns, I Iruss leather; II S Trcglom, 1 pkg
drapery: llackfeld A Co. I cs plants, 101 c butler;
Crder, MX pkgs liquor, pkgs seeds; J A Palmer A Co,
Scadrugs; Itev A Allardyic, I iikg; Truusceau A Pur
vis. I pkg or seeds; JIcInljrcA Ilro. IV) sks potntoes;
Order, .TJ sks potatoes, I eks seeds; JIacfarlane A Co,
10) ks potatoes, 50 sks oB, ) bx apples, SO culla
From San Franrlsro. per Klla, JnnoSth-Thn Llnd,
sey, 1 cs watch material: A Hheppnrd, I bx mdse; T (I
Thrum, 7 pkgs stationery; O II Jiidd, 2 bids glas nnd
etc; Henry May A Co, I cs extriets; s Until, 1 es cloth;
MrLean Ilro. ill bids oil; 0 F Wells, lr a machines;
JI Jlelnerny. 1 cs guns. 2 cs mdse; (Irlnbaum A Co, 25
cs tobacco, IVI pkgs groc; Hall A Son, 17 rolls leather,
I'Jl pkgs groe. W pug powder. BS pkgs lid ware and w
material; II I' Ailims, i() 4 sks flour; Holies A Co. 000
Ki sks flour. 115 pkgs potatoes and onions; A Jenger. 2
es ludsp; JI Dickson, I cs photograph articles; J T
Wnterhoiisc, 12 cs brendt M Phillip A Co, 21 pkgs d
goods. 12 cs shoes, a fk butter. I") pkgs flour; Dllllng
ham A Co, 65 pkgs flour; HoHRer A Co, I cs rlirnrs, 1
es elrcnlare; A Jlnrnden, 1 es ean'd goods; A W I'lrrce
A Co. 3 es groc; It JlcKlbben, 5 es drugs; W (I Irvvlu A
Co. 1U0 sks potatoes; T II Davies. 15 pkgs groe; 0
Yalnna, 585 pkgs groc; Mossnmnn, 385 pkgs gioc; I. O
Sresovlch A Co. Ill pkgs groc; S N Cntle, 1 cow; Inter
Dent,1) mules; C Brewer A Co. lr bread, l'l lit mde.
HI bids salmon, IV, bales hay, 100 sks barley, 2 tanks
gasoline. 518 m shlncles. m m bricks. 1() lilils lime. l
sks oils, 10 sks wheat, WO posts, 2cs hitters; Order, 2R
!S bills salmon, I pkgs, 2 bids smelt and TH pkgs mdse,
to various Chinese flnnj.
l'rnm Liverpool, per 7.0". June 8th H 11 Purvis, 1 es
efTects; Order, ml cs beer. 20 cs whiskey; llnrrhnrds
Urns, I cs tflicts, I rfllc; II llnrfshlneger A Co, I'M bxs
soip; Lewers ,t Dickson. Ifi casks pnlnt.2i)drms -ill;
lllshnptif Honolulu, 0e tracts; Order 2i',es whiskey;
Cleghorn A Co, Be perfumery; Jno Noll ACo.Kil lidis
tubes, IR cs earthenware. I es glassware,2J0 pkgs Iron
ware nnd etc; llackfeld A Co, III hales lugs. 2 rs mdse;
Order, 100 es tout; O W JIacfarlane A Co. 2- bbl, !) cs
21ns nerented water; Orilir.W) cs beer; Orlnlmnm A
Co, 10 hales blankets. 1 cs twine: J K .Mackenzie, 1 es
efTects; F Jtay, 1 cs effects; JIacfarlane A Co. 101 cases
and casks wine; Cnpt JIIt. I cs etreels: F A Scliaeler
A0o,W)cseliampngun: Ilolf'hlaeger A Co, I es .aniples;
CasllnA Cooke, Ml lulls nlrn, W) cs sheet Iron, IU) es
slass, 7 casks shot, 5 bales bars, m cs gree and cutlery;
Dillingham A Co. d anvils, 55 pkgs h war", IJ pkgs
paints, 0'J pkgs oils, 2 cs caps, p bales mats,; T II
Divles. 1(1 lulls paint, yoodrnis oil. Oil pkgs liquors, 101
biles dnndees I pkg samples, 21 cs ale and elder, lis)
bbls cement, -10 kgs soda, II pkgs drug", 3078 bars Iron,
370 lulls Iron, 1M) plates, IK) sheets Don. 8 cs steel. H)
bills buckets, 1.8 cs gnlv Iron, l'lcnsks glassware, I cs
siddlety, 21 cts earthenware. It) cs beer, Hri') Iron rails,
38'JO fish plates, ill pkgs It It material, 15 pkgs mdse, IS
pkgs lid ware, SOesnlls, 2cks paints, SI cs nnd bales
blankets, 21 pkgs dry goods.
From Snn Frnnclsco, per Consnelo, Juno 0th It
Grieve, 3 lit tyne, 7 lulls 3 cs paper; Macfarlane A Co,
EMitka tirnn. 110 sks oits.no sks feed, lis) bal s liny. At,
bbls 30 cs whiskey; W O Irwin A Co. 31 m brlcke. 50",
sks 300 i sks flour. 17 cs ornaments, 29 pk?s b material.
IWibbls lime. I bull, .Tslsks potntoe. i?i biles hay; O
W JIacfarlane A Co, IRcegln, 35 c whiskey. 3 pkes
docks and etc. 10 casks nnd 10 cs beer; J N Lnvejny. 20
cs whiskey; Dolls A Co, 15 cs meal ; A .longer. .1 rs
guns; fleo Vogt. I pkgs chairs; .IT Wnterhouse.rj) k
barley, CO sks oils, 200 sks flour, 10 colls rope, 1 bill
whips, 1 cs rubber good, 3 cs bruit nudehoe; Wilder
A Co, 5 bbls oil, '.") pkgs groc 15 pkgs d goods, 50 bbls
lime; HJInyACo, GOO sks flour. 175 sks grain and
feed, 200 bxs c sngnr, 50 sks potatoes, in 'J tilil-t gran
sugar. 10 cs syrup, pkgs groc; Y. P Adam. 237 bbls
nnd 'J bbls silmnn: K llotlman. A pkgs drug; J A Pal
mer 1 cs drugs; McLean Uros. 18 pkgs drugs; J S Wal
ker, (1 c bonis and shoe. -II pkgs groe; T O Thrum, (1
pkgs stationery; Order. 1 kg butter: Ilyman Pros, 10 cs
clears, 8 es boots and shoe. 3 cs mdse; 0 O llerger, 8
pkgs ri fixtures; V,I Lawrle, fi pkgs II Hgd; E O
Hall A Hon. 3 pkg mdso: T It Foster, 151'! ft lumber, 20
sks barley, 20 sks brnn, IS pkgs groc; Hurt Hros, 58 pkg
groc; Jno M Lnvvler A Co, 117 pkgs groc.
Tor San Frnnclsco. per Australia, Juno G 1.2W;.r,!i3bs
sugar, 8 lix, belel leaves, II cs mangoes, 3 cs Inmarlnd,
v i.iki. i-ii.-uip, t, mien uiuiann. o ogs pino apples
Valae Foreign, SI20; Value Domestic, $b8,K2.20.
From Fanning's 1, per Vivid, Juno B-S dale nnd
V 1 1 u.
For Snn Frinclsco. per Australia. JnneC-.T H Knleht
and wire. .Mls 11 L Dlcksnn. A T Cooke and wife. JIIss
I.ldiite, Jtr J I' Cooke. .Mrs II JIncl.-ay and 3 children,
II behustler, II Ilrlckwedel. JI II Lawrence, J!r A
Illackbiirn. H dale and wife, S Mnmoda, Mrs illx.lt
lllltner wife nnd 3 children nnd I Chinese.
F.r;'.m A"'ralla. per Australia, Juncfi-John Sherman
and 11)1 pnMengcrs In trnnslt.
From Sen Frnnclsco, per Ella, June 8-C L Trench.
Geo (Irab.im, JIIss U llundle.
From han Frnnclsco, per Consuclo, Juno 9th It
Itosfsler, N Slender, N F ttden.
THE SATURDAY PRESS
Published for tho Satuhdav I'nnes Association by
Hook, Job nnd General Printer,
Honolulu, II. I.
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communications, accepted or rejected, nnd we have to
.w..t". ., rriiurm in append ineirirue iiaiocs tnu
ailclrcssos, not necossarlly for publication, If so de
slreil, but us a guarantee of the good faith of tho writer.
Li. Satuuiiay 1'itr.ss
r. gladly report tho fnut tlmt the small
pox reporlH mo still dccrcasiiif;. Ycsltinlny
111.11I0 tlio oiatlh sttcccssivo tiny williout any
fieeh ciiso or any tlonlli occurring
Tlio later cast-H were all of a mild typo, of
itsolfan evidence of tho dying out of tlio (Hh-
0180. Whatever may ho. thonjjht or Raid of
tho wisdom or tho rovorno of tho inenHtirca
tnkeu by tho Board of Health, wo cannot hut
think that thoRo me;i8iircs have tended to fust
rcMtrict and ab.ilo tho virnlcnco orthodiHeano
and have helped to its present almost ex
tinction. Wo hope Boon to apoak of this
smill-pox Visitation hb a tiling of tho past
and that tho Ichboii taught by it may not bo
TunriK is no question but that a considera
ble and influential portjon or our business men
arc, day by tiny, 111010 cngnrly .djsciiBsing the
qiUHtitm as to tho advisability of getling a
lino of ntoamoiH of our own to inn fui (nightly
between this port and San Francisco. Some
on iido ground, and some on nmfthor, evory
0110 wo havo consulted is in favor of the at
tempt being mudo. Two bteamors of say 1500
tons ineasuioinent each would stillicu lodo the
work. Dnriug'tho month of Mny, 0,811 tons
of cargo and 101 passengers woro deepatched'
fiom this port Tpr San Francisco, nnd 7 full
cargoes and 70 passengers arrived hero frum
the same port. Thts, though only approxi
mate, will give some idea of the business 1o
bo done, by a steamer line between tho two
Our plantations ore rapidly increasing in
area and productiveness, and many aro be
ginning to sirngglo out of their early condi
tion of indebtedness, jnd are extending their
operations. Tim railways in Hawaii and
Maul will soon be, indeed as Iq Maui already
are, important fuctors in tho forwarding of
business, and thero seems lo bo every reason
to expect that our freights both ways between
Ill's, port ami the coast will steadily incteaso. If
sultablo ships bo found available for purchaser
or chartor, if pl.ms and drawings of such ships
bo. BCnt tlowtl horo. sllOWinir their llanamie-nr
accommodation, cargo opacity, cost of ruift
nitig, speeu attainable, &?., no doubt a
powerful joint stock comnanv would bo
fwrpmi hero in timo to go bofore (ho next
,le'isaluro to ask (or a reasonable subaidv In
aid, Such ships as )? havo suggested could
IM hauled up atul cleaned or rounireii n ).
foUicoisiac wwiuo fall w'iy, and th lii being
owned nnd worked horo would girr us a
feeling of independenco which wo aro far from
enjoying at present. '1'hb action of tbo ,
Captain of tho Zealnmlia on her last trip gavo ,
lioo to much comment, and tho rumors not 1
nfloat from timo lo timo as to whether tho
Btcnmcrs will bring freight or not, mid an to
whether they will bo ordered t' go by alto
gether havo n very disquieting cfloct on tho
public generally and 011 injurious effect an in
tending shippers and passengers. Wcrothcio
n lino of steamers owned anil worked hero
theso uncertainties would cenao.
Wo aro not prepared us yet to nrguo with
any degreo of positivoncii as lo tho ndviso
nbility or practicability of establishing such n
lino, but wo nro fully convinced that tho timo
hn como for tho earnest discussion of tho
matter, and wo hnpo tlmt our plantors, ship
pers and capitalists will ho prepaied to lako
tho subject in hand nt nn early opportunity.
Titr. most important American political
news is tho resignation of Senators Conkling
nnd Piatt of Now York from the United States
Senate. Conkling has for a number nf years
cxertctl considerable influence, in tho nomina
tion of otTicors for federal appointments in bin
State, and when Presidont Garfield nomlnatod
Itnburtson for Collector off tho port of Now
York, a nomination very dlstastoful to Conk
ling, tlio Inttor used his utmost endeavors to
prevent tho confirmation of tho nomination by
tho Sonato. Garfield was rcsoluto and would
not withdraw Robertson's nnmo to sitbstituto
0110 that would bo ngrcoablo to Conkling. Tho
Senate confirmed tho nomination, nnd tho two
Now Yolk Sonators resigned. Tho Logisln
turo of the Stnto of Now York is now in ses
sion and it is thought by many that Conkling
hopes to bo returned to tho Senate, and that 11
re-election under tho circumstances will cn
dorso his recent action. It is very doubtful,
howovor. with tho prosent complexion of tbo
New York Legislature, if ho will bo ro-cloctcd.
Ono of tho latest dispatches fiom Washington
says; "Conkling has gone with nil his effects,
even to his books, nnd announces that ho docs
not expect to return " This nblc Sonator has
boon a loador of his party so long and has hail
so much infliienco with formor administrations,
that ho cannot brook a snpoiior, atul tho
prestigo that has boon (dipping from his grasp
siuco tho last presidential campaign, when ho
endeavored to secure tho nomination of Gen
eral Grant for a third term, is extremely gul
ling to him, anil is tlio cuuao'if his resignation.
Tho firmness of Presidont Garliold in not giv
ing way to Conkling is generally approvud
throughout tho Union.
That oxcollcnt and uiiblo man who, for
Homo days last yoar. occupiod tho post of
Hawaiian .Minister of Foreign Affairs is cer
tainly a man of mark for ho makes his murk
whorovor ho goos. Iy tho last loiters from
His Majosty's party it scorns that by somo
singular chain of coincidences tho travel
lers met with n number of gentlemen who had
cloar, and in somo instances costly recollec
tion of tho doings of this adventurer when ho
was in China. Captains of stoamers with
whom tho royal parly travelled, American
Consuls, Ohineso officials, and prominent mer
chants, all had their experiences to relate.
At ono tirno Morono was engaged in procur
ing and forwarding arms to a province) in a
state of robollinn, at another timo ho appears
as tho promotor of a trans-pacific cablo com
pany, ut another ho represented himsolf as tho
confidential friend of tho King of Hawaii,
with infliienco sufficient to ensure charters
and subsidies to tbo China Merchants' Steam
ship Company, always bogging, borrowing,
demanding advances, moro than onco receiv
ing n sum of monoy paid bin) on condition ho
would got away and when ho did go ho loft
bohind him his namo on cortain bills witch
havo proved to bo unmarketable, and cortain
other names on certain other documents caus
ing tho rightful ownora of thoso names to
wonder how thoy got thuro. All this nnd moro
has most certainly como to tho knowledge of
tho King in a most unquostionablo form ;
indeed tho King must havo moro than onco
heard tho question asked, " is not Moreno now
in Kuropo for tho purposo of educating two of
tho King's sons." Wo hopo that His Majesty
boir.g thus. forewarned will bo also fm canned
and lofuso to moot his countsliip undor uny
Mil. Wiuinn reports fuvoiably on, tho pros
pects of tho railway in Hawaii. Two miles
covering tho most difficult part of the road
havo been graded and tho Biuveys nro still
going on. From Mahnkoua thtough tho dis
tiicl of Honoknn, to wauls Mr. Hart's planta
tion will bo tho first length to bo coniplotod.
Tho thirty-inch gaugo has boon decided nn,
and now that an easier stretch of country has
been rcachod, tho woik will proceed moro
rapidly, Another year's work it is hoped
will biing Iho lino to Mr. Hart's. After thai
tho question has to ho decided ns to tho lung
or tho short route, (i. 0.) by Wnimoa or by
Waipio to Kiikuihaelo. It is truo that mo
dern ongineoiing almost disdains diffi
culties, and cm carry out its projects against
appatently insurmountable difficulties; but on
the other hand, quick returns, and mitisfaclnry
dividends havo lo ho considered.. The Alps
havo been piorced by tunnels and traversed
by Fell's railway, but still tho question
"docs it pay? " lemaius to bo answered.
Most piulubly tho longer routo will bo
adopted and thoicby a conniderablo dihtiict nf
fertile land bo opened up nnd brought within
roach of a mniket, and tho planturs mid labor
ers nf that pait or Hawaii rendered lens de
pendent for their supplies nuw coming almost
wholly from other inlands. Many of our now
comets, .notably thoso with families, would
prefer to sottlo and create little, farms of their
own to ruiso garden, poultry or dairy produce,
rniner man shin on a (limitation 5 and in duo
timo we hupo to see all uvuilablo ground occu
pied, and tho railway fringed with cheerful
littlo hoinesloaiU. Nothing is wanted to
curry this out but an accessible market and
this the railway will provide.
A xkw way to collect uM delis' haa beon
struck out by tio Chincso. Spine weeks ago
it may bo remombered, u Chiiuiimu failing to
recover a debt of 81(3.00 jib punctually as he
desired, attacked his procrastinating dobtor
with 011 uxc, nnd hacked him about so savage.
Iy that the victim died or his injuries in a few
hours, and tho assailant llos fu prison under
sentence or death. On Sunday last anothor
intirderou assault was couimitted, this timo
over adv'bt orS!3.C0, firearm being med ;
another Chinaman was murdered, asd tho
culprit c6mmilicd for trial.
A (hird case occurred ou Wednesday. A
Chtnaman being.preed for payinetitjr 5,00,
offered 64.95, and was pummelled snd (hrish
od by (bree odurs la cousidwstioo of the
five-cent failure. Tho defaulter smarting from
tho rough handling ho had recoived, goos ofT
to tho Station llouso for a warrant, but being
told to wait till tho morning, ho goes back,
gots an nxo, lies in wait, and then splits open
tho head of tho first of his assailants whom ho
gets sight of, and then decamps another
Chinaman in tho hospital and n possiblo mur
derer nt largo I Theso throo cases in so short a
time load ono to reflect what sort of combus
tibles wo have nmongst us, Two lles sacri
ficed and a third in jeopardy, on account of
private quarrels over money matters amount
ing to a total of nbout SJH.OO, not to mention
tho odd five-cents, ns in tho last cuso rt was
tho debtor who used tho deadly weapon,
Theso fuels seem to point out tho necessity
for increased strength and vigilnnco on tho
part of tho police. Tho Chincso parts of tho
city nro so densely crowded that It seems
nucofsary to stnli'in constables in pairs to
watch over and hunt up that district, and to
enforco tho laws ns lo tho possession of fitc
aruis. No ono knows now whonco enmo tho
two spent balls that havo boon lately reported.
And again wo repeat that it is absolutely
ncrcssary to havo n couplo of Chincso-spcak-ing
whito officers of incproacliablo character,
who should nmko thomsolves acquainted with
every thing going on in tho Chincso part of
tho town, nnd lead, and If need bo roport upon
tho contents of all tho flaming posters that
adorn tho doors nnd windows of tlio Chincso
Trori Tho (lazrlti il'ltnlln.
Probably lu a fow days an Interpol itloti will bo
inndo In tlio cliambor of Dcputios in regard to the
courso punned by tho dominii .Mr. Scliacfor, Con
sul of Italy, at Honolulu, against our cnimtrym m
Celso Ces-irn Murium, wlion Morono was appointed
head of tho Cabinet nnd Ministor of Foreign Af
fairs of tho Hawaiian Kingdom.
From tho accounts that v.vo havo received ou tho
subject wo Infer that tlio Consul of Italy nt Hono
lulu, Sir. Hclmofur, says, (secundum 1'eiroleri),
tlmt no houost Italian omlgrntos to foreign coun
tries, tho only emigrants being brigands, ad
venturers, beggars ami organ grinders. That this
Consul for many years has kept n shop nnd mid
wines, liiujr.s, beor and opium under the shadow
of the It dim Mag; t lat ho is not known by tho
Ministor of Foreign llolations of Italy, having
boon nppointod Consul nt tho request of tho mis
sionaries, throiigh tho intervention of Mr. Vnr
igny, ii Frenchmen, nnd recommended by 'Mr.
Kall.iolo do Lucchl of G0110.1, who nover saw him
in his lifo. That from tlio loth to tho lth of
August 1830, our Hag was kept hoisted night and
day, because nu Italian, tho nforesiiil Moreno,
was c illoj by King Kalakaua to power; and pro
test mndo in tlio nainn of tho Italian Government,
which S"hiftfr was not authorised to mako pro
Wd. o. nut without precedent in tho annals ol in
That the preeoeding facts can bo cxplninod ns
the exprojsiou perhaps of tbo old German hatred
anil jealousy towards Italians.
That th said Sohaefor belonps to tho Gorman
missionary pirty which has labored for many
yeats to obtain supremacy nt tho Sandwich
Islands, making use of tho Italian Hag by way of
protest to combat tho rising Itnlinn iiilluenco re
presented mid personifiud by 11 Moreno Cabinet.
Now in view of tho foregoing, in anlioip ition
of tho intcrpelntion in tho Chamber, wu demand
of tho Honorable Cairoli . Was Consul Schaefer
authorized to hoist tho Itnlinn flag at tho Hono
lulu Consulate night and day wliilo complete
tranquillity existed nnd general contentment on
tho part of tho Parliament, tho King, tho natives
nnd tho Chinese, tho only malcontents being tho
And if not authorized, as wo soo lit to maintain,
to what proceeding lias Consul Solmcfor tendered
himsolf liable, anil what havo been taken in
damage to the justice and dignity of Italy ?
And in viow of tho foregoing, may wo not con
r.lnde that the German representing Italy in thoso
distant countries,- in what ho has done, has done
it against all Italy and for tho oxclusivo benefit of
tho missionaries nnd of himself, and to the detri
ment nnd.liuiuilintion of tho king nnd peoplo of
the Sandwich Islands.
Finally in view of all tho foregoing facts, it is
seen that in thoso rorhoto regions where Knlnkaua
reigns, that sonsiblo king who sends his subjects
to study indtnly, and who, through .Minister Mo
reno bent letters to King Humbert, to Garibaldi,
and to Verdi tho coiuposor, Italy proper is repto
sented admirably. Comments wo leavo to tho
'roi the Sydney Vally Telegraph, Jim-Sfi, 1SW),
The Wnltlmm Wntch Company hnve been nvvnriloil tho
only gold medal lvcn for watches nt tho Sydney Inter
national Exhibition, nnd nro tho only exhibitor In nny
clan from tho United States who huvo recoived this
I bole A-rent for the Hn.illnii Iolandii
B Hie hitoC. h. Ilnrtnw, our firm UdlMolved, the lm.
ncss Is discontinued from this datot nil unpaid ltcnn
will be settled by .1. O. Tucker. Eiirly setileiiioiit re
Honolulu. June lltli 1SSI. 'n
rP 'VO.NroHY "KICK AM NI.ATII
. roof building on Queen Street, adjoining Holies
;fcLo lately occupied hyllolllslcr & Co. as a ware
house. ALSO, tho lower lloor and cellar of tho bnlldliiK for
merly tlio salesroom and manufactory of samoiirrn
I or particulars enquire of
IIOMjISTKIC & CO.
n Tin: niiiki:mi: rointr or nn: n..
a iraibiii Islands. In tho matter of I,. II. KKHK. nn
alleged bankrupt. lkforu.Mr. Justice .ludd.
Order for hearing.
On rending and Illlns the petition of Ed. ifofTsclilao
and Company nleclng that one L. n. Kerr of Honolulu,
in tho Islaiul of O.1I111, Is Indebted to them In the sum
of eight hundred and ninety throe MUX) dollors. of
which ho has refused nnd failed to make payment for
tho ten days and moro n'tcr the same had matured and
liven lircst tiled lo him or payment nnd nrnylng-that
an order-do Issiin to tho larhul to take possession of
saldb. H. Iverr's properly nnd lo put Ids storehouses,
counting houses, cllects, books and papers under lock
nndsea, and Hint HfurilKr order bo made lUIng tho
tlm to lienr the said turtles and decldo the ouestion of
said L. II. Iverr's bankruptcy If disputed and that said
I.. II, Kerr he adjudged,! bankrupt nnd the ald pctl.
tloners hnv ln Hied their bond ns required bv law, It
Is ordered that ten o'clock A. M of 1-ltlIlA V tho Slth
day of June, A. II, lb8l,,g0 and ll hettby Is iljcd for
hearing tho raid nurtles and deciding the question of
sab hunkrtiplryir disputed Ami nlso that Iho Mar
thai do now; take possession of the said I,. II. Kerr's
property, nnd do put his storehouses, counting houses.
lUcts,. books and paper under lock and seal tu await
further order of Colli! And also that nollco of said
hearing lie pub Ished In thn Saturday Press newspaper
In slid Honolulu for two Insertions.
Honolulu, June bth ISol, A. FIUNPIH JL'III),
Attcsti A, Kim, Justice Huprcino Court.
. Deputy Chsrkj 11 at
C LT j U KM k CO U It'P II AW A-UAX.
kJ Islands. In the matter of I,AM CIIOOK. of Hono
lulu, truder,an nlleeillliiikrupt. lleforc Mr.Ju.tica
JlcCully. Order for ncarlug. '
on reading and tiling the petition of Samqrl O,
Wilder, alleelng mat ono LAM OHOOK ofJIono.
P.lVi '" L1' " 4"1 r O ahu Is Indebted to the firm of
Wilder Jt Co. to tlitt sunt of eleven hiiudrfd ilolllas -r
theriabiuu of which ho has refused and failed to
nuka paynisut for len days and mora after the same
had matured ami lion presented to hlni for pavraeut
undprajlngthutan order do Is.uo lo tho .Marshal lo
lako possession of s.ild Lam Chock's property ar.U lo
put his storehouses, oountlng houses, enVcts. books
ami papers under lock and seal, and that i further
nt,lH.luin.i..l... .I...1 . ,. ... ll. -'"
.... . ...H..u , tun ,hiic 111 iirar wie saiq parties
and declds the question of said Lam Chock' huiUr-ipi.
cylskispuledandtbal said Lam Chock ho adlmlzrd
alitnkriiptaiidiie said petitioner havine nled ihelr
bond as required br law It Is ordered (hit ten o'clock
A.M.f vVEllSUsilAVih. Wih day of Juno A I)
I'd), ba and It hereby fa died for hrarlng tho said par
lies and deciding the qui. Hon of said bankruptcy If
disputed. And also that Iho Marshal do noiv lake pos
session of the said Lam Chock's property and do put
Ills storehouses, counting houses, idicts. books and
IWIKM under lock nd seal o Jivvalt fulher order of
Uoilil Aiidalsu that notice of said hearing bo pub.
Ished In Iho haturday 1'rrss. newspaper lu said Hono
lulu fur two couscvulire weeks.
.! . LAWltENCE McCULLV .
Atlesti A. Itosa. JusllcaHiipreme Court.
Deputy Cleik Bnprrmei Couri. 41
SUlMtHMK CDUItT Ol-' TIIK ilA
. ou'!f,,.,.l,M', '" bankruptcy. In the matter of
W1 i.1 K- VUKKHIMU, , luntary llankrupu
llefore ilr. JusthaJudd. at Cambers,
Order of lieatlnj.
Joseph K. Ilckfrln; of llonolnlu. In the Island of
Oahu. having couia before me and declared himsolf a
biulrupi is providsd In Section 1SU of tun Civil Code.
, It Is hereby ordered that tha Clerk of the rtupmuin
l.onrt do Issue, ao order to ihe Marshal of the Kin -ilnui,
!? W"!poi,r,l'".,,,"h l"PHJ f ttis said Joseph
f I'lckerlng and lo put his sloro houses, cauntllg
bosses, ents, book and papers under luck at.d seaK
and III fmherorUcraa thsl J-ltlDAV the bib day 0
July .. II. jmi, at uu q'clotk ,, M at the Coun
ltoomat Alilolsul lisle at llonolnlu be the time and
plcforbetiiif and itrcldlsg the question of bank,
ibptcy and that uollco of tucb bcsrluj be published In
Ihsbstuniar 1'rs.s tar three cimsecuilr week pre
vious tu such hearing to the end that all turtle Interest
ed may then and thsr appear and sbovv causo If snr
thsv havo why lb aald Joseph l". I'lckerlng shoiid
noi b drclaret) bankrupt. And alt the Creditor of Ihe
aid Joreph F. l'lckrrlug may then and Iheis apntar
and prove ihrircUlm, against Mid Estate. - -
ssuij Wlluess luy hand and lbs teal f the
bqpreuie Court this ion, uay ot Jane A.
..., A. FRANCIS JUDI).
Attcat: ARpsi. JullcuMsMboit.
Deputy Cltik. 1 3i
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON
200 HALF BARRELS"
IN MtlME CONDITION,
.iA7 rou s.i.: in'
-' "n E. P. ADAMS.
rnuii: V.VOl'.ltM(i.M;l IIAVIMJ iiiinx
U appointed Aeslenres for the Estnln of W, I.
Davles, of .Mnkawan, I si mil of .Maul, a voluntary bank
rupt, would hereby notify nil persons hnvlng any pro
perty or eflects belonging to the said Davis In their
poelon, to deliver Iho snine to the itmlHrslgntil
astineeann or beforo tint l.Mh day of July, IMI; and
all persons Indebted to the said Ettnte 10 makn pay
ment nf the same before tho expiration of the above
dates otherwise It will be pnt In the bands of mint
torncy for collection
II. V. IIOI.I.KS, I
JOHN IIOAHDMAN f '""Knees.
Hnnoliitu, Mny Till, lfcSl. 3 lit
tut r ,c t. -in.. t,A- iii.iuTti t t, , c a.,
.... JJ I IllOil V IJIV 1 UI-iOlltAOlil'jtV
Ji"3i Premises known ns " I'Ll'LANI." Knlais-IXl
knhun, lately necinled by II. 11. M Com
inlsslnner, Jnmcss Hay Woilehouse, Esq. Thobiilldlngs
llrlVA lllfll lin.in lir.rmiirlil v iinl, tli.it ti.,n.mt ,nrl ..ll.a..
wise linprnvcd for the beiHlll of the tenant, (tavern
meiil water laid on, besides having n windmill, with ft
supply of pood sweet and clean licilthy wnler, which
has been minlyndby I'rof. Thompson uf theCliallener
Expedition, and pronounced by him tho best ho had
seen since he left Enplninl.
Fur particulars, Iniiiilru of
41lm JAS. a. LEMON'.
PLANTERS, GRAZIERS, MILL OWNERS
IirAVTJ I.KOKIVICI) TXSTItUC
tlons from Hnniuel Stnlues. Esq., of North Knhnla,
Island of Hawnll, to sell at auction at his place of busl
Thursday, tho 23rd day of Juno,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
THE FOLLOWING VALUABLE PROPERTY
JiOnselioliIs.Fi'colioIils. Huiidiiigs, &c.
This property Immediately adjoins tbo Hnwl Sugnr
Plantation of llobert It. Hind, Esq,, merely n Hue of
fence dividing the two properties.
LOT 1, It'-iilitlirMiii. freehold, contains, as per
snrvev. 2"H ncres. on whlrh Is erected the fullanlni
bi.lli'.iuss On dwelling bonse containing (i rooms ;
1 bouse coiitnhiluj I rooms, tonifuu nnd crnovc boards,
Iron roof; two new bulldlni;s, each lontnlnlng I rooms,
ciirmgatrd Iron loollnc. Tho whole of these oulldlni;s
nrenbunilantly supplfxl Willi water from u rcinented
cistern measurliiir SOxl'JxllU. flock proof caltlu nnd
horso pens; nlso.aliout l,l(l acres of leased land, leased
nt u reulnl below n dollar uu ncre. On this Hud then1 Is
n well of water, fitted with pumps, capable or watering
l,0UO head of stock per day.
Tho Whole of this Property
Is enrloed with a fence of four wire nnd redwood
posts, and Is divided by the (Wcrninent llond, making
three large enclosures, with uu aggregate of nay nine,
miles of fencing ns aforesaid.
Property at Puohuohu.
LOT !!. Tho property known ns the ' Kohala Hotel."
This Is n twn-storled building, M)xt", containing on tho
ground door 6 large rooms, tbo upper story consisting of
ii spacious nnd well lighted hull, recently lilted W'ltlt
stage, sets of scenery, drop curtains,.;., ,tc. This build
lug was erected during the lntler part of ItoO.
T.O I' .!. Ono large building, used ns ft blacksmith's
shop, IGxIU, and cnttngc of !i rooms with cook hotteu ad
joining, MIT I. One largo bnlbllng. consisting of store,
Kx'.'i), and carpenter's shop, :i8.rj): nlso, largo cemciilen
cistern back of sumo.
I.OT 5. Lnrgc dwelling house eontninlng 1) rooms,
two bouses built of tongue nnd groove board, eontulr
lng Itt rooms, with cook1 bouse and wash rooms, vvate
I. or l Consists of two cottages (eaclt two rooms
and cook house.
ALL THIS FINE PROPERTY
Is situated at Puclinchu. tbo business centre of tho ills
trlct. The land Is lensed, having 12 vears to run fron
the 1st of July, 1S8I.
or 7. This property is sltnaled nt tho Honnlp
landing nnd comprises nliont one acre of leased lam
having It years to run, on which Is erected oucdnelllii
bouse built of tongue and groove boards, one men
bouse SIxlG, very liiru chicken house nnd yard, larg (
water tank, spacious wharf, large crano nnd tramway
There Is also u well of good wutcr on the premises.
This is a Rare Opportunity
For thoso desirous of Investing. Tho Kolialn Itallroar"
now in process of construction, will run through I.i
No. 1. then by considerably enhancing lis value, eltlu
ns n plantation or otherwise. The railroad will nlsoru
within livery short dUtaneo of tho Honolpiinnd I'uclii
elm properties. This Is n bona tide sale, the proprlcti
being compelled lo relinquish business on account i
111 health nnd Intention of leaving Iho Kingdom.
Any further information may be obtained by addresi
lng MAM'I, HTAINES. Proprietor, or
TIIOS. J. HAYBEL11K.N, Anct'r.
1Y OltDUR OF S. Tj. COAX A3sJ .
J J. W. Keiioinakani.admlnItratorsof the estate
b. Ktpi, of Hllii, dtceastil, nnd pursuint to tlie order i '
sale of the Hon. V. S. I.ymnn, Circuit.! udgo iifthoThli
Judicial District, ilatid thutkl day uf May, IbSl. I sliu ,
oiler forsalu lu the town of lltlu,
On Tho 25th Day of June, 1881 .
AT IS O'CLOCK MIIIN, '
TllEFOT,UnYli(l YALTIAIILK ritOl'EUT'l
Thn mnknl half of the lot desctlbeil In Itoyal 1'alei
'So. 1111 Kamehnmeha HI to K. Panlo.and by Panloi
lion S. Klpl, by deed duly reglstend, containing nhoi
two acres; sltuuted on Wabiiiiieniio st. just below I
Junction with rchixil st. being apart of the grouni
formerly occupied by the Hon. 6. Klpl.
.u.jw, ,,, uiiu-siurr iruiiio uuimings, encu coninii i
lng two rooms. Will bo put up sepaiately or with th I
LSO, that valuable, parcel of laud, sitnitcd on Poni
linw.il st.. In tho town of Hllo, having u frontage I
1W ft on Pnuahawul st. and I'JU 1(011 Pleusaiil si. eoi I
talnlng one nnd one half (H.iaerO. Title; deed froi i
IlenJ. l'lliiiau and wife to H. Klpl. A very deslrubl
Hale to lie held ou the grnnnds.
Terms! ten per cent, utiule anil balunepnn coir,
pletlini of deeds. Papers al purchaser's expense. I
ror further particulars, upplytntho administrator
'"to ,. L. SEVJ3HANCE, Auctioneer
Hllo. May iMth last. MR It
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL,
.si?C s 1 Mrfesi-
JNO, M. LAWLOR & CO., Projuiotora,
IIOTKI. bTHEET, HONOLULU.
Entrances on Ilutcl, Hlchsrds. and Ileretanla Htreeta
FIRST-CLASS H EVERY RESPECT.
Prices tin same as First-Class Hqtcli In 8an Fianctsco,
PASTURAGE I PASTURAGE !
pXOKJsljKJfT 1'ASTUItAQK 1H
.r!.anv nfeifdl'ovfiisra of horses, where Ihelr stock
will b well protected In enclosed ground, and obtain
BE$T OP MANIENIE CRASS.
Tho pasture lands are pnly a short distance fron Ihe
City and all stuck on Ihe lands are under, thu suutrvb
slou uf competent altcndauts, so that
Owner or tha twt or took wavy stud their
Koraee to thla paaturmge without
fesur or lajury rstsultlnjc
durini their atay.
NONE nUT OOOII U10UK TAKEK.and at reason
Orders, orborses. left al No. U King lreel will bo
Immediately attended to, and horses wlllti rvtatned at
auy lluis ilc.lre.1. to ths saiua )oiallgu.
Oit0r.lt! (only) may bo lefl at No I Kaliumanu bl.
U1IAH.T. UUMCK hil im .
piIE 1IUSINKSS COMMUNITY
-L and the public ge uerally art Informed thai J hava
ucweded lu making arrangements. with competent lln
golsia. and aw now prepared to supply Tsunsu
tioii froai or to lh English langaage, ot either uf Ihe
HaweiUa, rrNuh, Oeraajua. lUlUa, ku
teh, PwttsipsssM ChiaMM.
Orders attended to with promptness. Accnraev nuar.
acrlplloo 4 wo with, ntstness .i.d Useatcb. ' '
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CHAS. T. GULICK,
FOR THE ISLAND OF OAHU.
Agent to take Acknowledgments to Labor Contracts
For tho District of Konn, Oahu.
REAL ESTATE AND GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT.
Deeds, Morlg.-igcs, Lenses, Villn nntl other lcgnl ilocttnienls ilrrtwn nt sliorlcsl
notice nntl nt riitHotinblo rntes.
IJ011I I.stuto nntl properly of every iloseripflott on nny of tlio Iclnndfi, boiighf, Rold,
nod ncgoti.itud, nnd intending buyers or hellers will do well to intrust their business to
Records Searched for Titles of all Lands Bought or, Sold
Mnrino Protests noted nnd extended, nnd Survey pnpers drawn.
lnnkB for Labor Oontrnels nnd other business, of tlto.lnlcst nnd most approved
forms, constantly on hand nnd for snle.
Oflico 2o. 1 Kanhtimanu Street, Honolulu.
l.csidotico Jfo. 1 1 1 King Street. J'tmincsH ntlcndcd to nt cither OHico or Hcsidonco.
pm tf as
IDELOnNT vs. "WOOD.
A NOVEL FREIGHT WAGON
Vrom the l'aelc Hural 1'rett, Hnn 1'rnnelscn, April 10.
AKI3 TJ.oxouxci:n A OKI'Ur
l Mnrrrss hy nil who sco nnd use them. All Inter
rsted In l'nrm and Kip((ht Vehicles mny rest assured
that tin" Davis Iron Wnuon Is Hie li'Ktllmnto product of
n new Industry, which lias nlrcndy In com e stnndnid nnd
permanent Iy vstulillshtil. 'lhr linportiiiire or this In
vention cannot well lie nverestlnintid. Tho Inventors
linvocvpi rlinented for ten yiurs to inuUn nn Iron wagon
tlnitcoiiiliiiied every ndviintago of 11 wooden wagon and
liouuof tliodisadVHntuiris. '
Success has Crowned their Efforts.
Tho l)nvl Wagon Is constructed of wrought Iron
parts, unltdl by skillful workmanship.
It is just as Light and just as Gliciip
As a wooden wagon, while It Is claimed that It Is
HANDSOME IN ITS PROPORTIONS
Will It UN i:ASIi;it nnd f.ANr IM'I.MTEI.T
l,0"s'ti:it thnu any wooden vrngon
The Introduction of the Davis Iron Wneon marks the
lieglnnlns of n new cm. It hna been adopted liy tho
uiiiicu aiaies iiovernmeni lis nil
AKMV lVAfiOX KOK FKO.NTIKK SI'ItVICK
And very recently n single nrderwns received fnr2,nno
runnini; zmre complete-, lot nenllc ooncllcs In i.asteru
UPON THIS COAST
THE DAVIS IRON WAGON
Scenrrd ery fnrorslc testimonials from those who
JIountain Uanciios. Maiiison, )
Volo Co., Onl., -March 1, 1B31. f
Davis Inov Waoox Co.:
nrnllemem I.astyenr wo purchnsed several of your
.So, 1 Honder Wagons, nnd nfter snhjectlnc them to tho
iiiusi. iiniroiif-o iiruciiini lesis, vve llnd Diem to be In
uvtrjr sens,: ui uio woui ii success, vvouseii mem dur
Iiik Inst hnrvest, nnd they wero the enslest riuinlii"
wasone in the outfit. After hnrvest thev uprn ...,i 1..
hauling crnln. Thougli guarnnteed for 4.UU pounds,
much of th 11 tlmu they carried over r,,tiu pounds, l'roni
our e.Tperlence, we nro convinced that their carryln"
capacity is only limited l,y strength of spindle.
Tho wngons mentioned huvo been lu constant tiso
eiiuerns neauer vvni-oiiH. hack nr.tliuiM. nr furm irnplr'
I from tho lime they were procured to tlio present day,
niu,.iu,ii.Bii;niivtar ui j.'iiini unii xire, uiy nro in
Just as cood condition n when they lefl tho manufac
tory. Nn repairs hnvo lieen mcessnty. and tho Inillcn
mis arc that none will he necessary for years to come.
The Davis Iron W'ajrons hnvo lieen tested lu tho rainy
seasons, nnd wo nro Informed by our Foreman, .Mr.
'Ihonins. that tho wheels clogless lu thci.ind, especially
in adobe, than thoso of nnyothcr wagon.
In short, thn Davis Iron Wagons meet our approval to
such an extent Hint we liavo adopted them on our
ranchos, and henceforth shall use no other.
Very truly youre,
LOWE & SCOTT.
DILLINGHAM &, CO.
lies to announco that they havo bocn appointed
Sole and Exclusive Agents
l'or tho Davis Iron Wagon
For the Hawaiian Islands.
The No. 3 Farm Wagon
liny bo seen at tlulr Store, and al who ard
Interested In llio subject are Invited tu
CALL AND EXAMINE TJIK SAME.
Circulars cnt free on application.
Dillingham & Co.,
, Solo AiteuU for the Davis Iron U'aon,
Importers, Wholesale) and Retail Dealers
Hardware, Afrrlciiltii.'al fniplomonlt, Palnt,
OIIh, Lumps, Chnmloliom, mid
Fort Streot, bet. Morahant and King1,
39 Honolulu. II, I.
HJHOLULU AND SAHFRANCISCO
PRINCIPAL OmOES-No. 110 Sntt.r
Street, San FronoUfiOi and Bjucneat of
Hawaiian Hotel, Honolulu,
THIS COMPANY WILL PORWARD
Packages and Baggage.
AdvanoM Made on Consignments.
COLLECTIONS utU COMMIHS10NS
Pr" ALL KINDS '
- AND t
General ExprtM Business
Attended to promptly In all parti of tho
A mmgt wlU dliMUkU yw m1i tUU
Sufirliittudiut or th Uavathn UhnJt,
X ta Uwllw Howl.
A TW MWTTC!)
FOR THE ATXT ilO DAYS.
GOODS TO BE SOLD
25 por cont. Bolow Cost.
rrcvluus In (nkliiK- account or Stock.
TO PURCHASES OF 85 OR OVER
3 PER CENT. DISCOUNT.
READ PRICES REDUCED!
READ PRICES REDUCED!
Former prices pr yd Present prices pr yd
Hluck Milks ,...-J 60 5 00
lllack Cnsslmeres a 2.1 oo
Illnck Milk Grenadine.... 1 73 t 1 00
Dlack Hllk Iluiitlni I W) 1 s
Illnck Alpncn...'. 75 rfl
Vi'lour Toplln 123'. t oil
Dentellc, Do Lion 175.., 123
All shades ot Snllns 173 1 !
Colored French .Merinos., ltll 1 100
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS :
KinbroldereiClicnilscs. 2 25
Plain Chemises IIK)
Kiniroldeied SklrtB .1 00
(Ilngham Hklrts 1 75...' ,
Summer Skirts 3 23 ,j.
Ilnlnioral Skirts., 2 W) ,,.
Henyy Shetland Shavvld,, 5 IK) ,.f ,,.
Silk and Mnliulr Shawls., i 00 ,
Princess Jackets 2 BO
Ladles' Corsets 2 50.., ;..,
Ladles' I.aco Tics ,,. 1
Ladles' SIlkTlos 1 00
Bargains in Homo Furnishing; Goods :
Red Damask Tnble Linen 1 fjO..'.
White Damask Tahlo Linen J 25 ,
Unbleached Damask Table Linen 100
Laco Curtains ,75
... 1 50
,.. 2 01)
,.. 1 M)
,.. 1 75
,.. 2 tit)
,,. -I 00
,i. .1 to
... 1 50
.. 1 50
,.. 1 25
... 1 00
... 2 00
... A 00
... 7 00
Whlto Marseilles Quilts, 10-1
Whito Marseilles Quilts, 11-1
White Marseilles Quilt), 12-1,
A REDUCTION of 25 PER CENT
HAS HI.KN MADE ON ALL
LACES. GENTS'. FURNISHING GOODS, 4C-
TIIIH 1H A
Golden Opportunity for Cash Buyers
THE GREAT BARGAINS
I AM OFFERING.
A. 1ft. MELLIS,
10 Tort St. Brewer'.piock. Houoluln, H. I
rllltj Vni',HNI4.NKI, HKIIN TO I I'd MM
HE WILL REMOVE
t 11 1 IIUSINEHH'TO TIIK
Shops, on Queen Street
iiMoi.MNa.u. HACKrEi.ri co.,
ON OR AJIOUT MONDAY, MAY 16
4 Where he will be prepared to
Manufacture All Kinds
Can and Duajja Carta
Also, tostn4 ip
I shall liuksp
Full and Complete ttook
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