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Xnelitrphlanil stesrnars left Honolulu lt Tuesday
SltL lr rtnmesri nf paMen&ers who embrsced the
opportunity tae Jlnt during a period of more than rite
morn, lo Wire of tho other Islands for bnslnesior
pleasure Efirynne seemed conflict tRnt thl Wilms
of the talm wonlil be followed Uy an Improvement In
business, irnil as noeaes of small nn ln.l iiren rnmrlM
In town for nearly three eks. not)llnr;as feared on
that score. The commnnlty eonnquenilynas startled
to Ie4rn that the steamer Iwilanl, which rrletl from
JIwail on Thursday, had a esse of small pot on board,
fcnilon Prlr!ay morning that the steamer Ilesprrlahad
arrived from Hongkong with another horde of Chinese,
and waa anchored outside the harbor with the yellow
flajat her mssthead. Iljr the exrcUe of proper care
the disease may be kept outof Honolulu, and nnperma.
nent Injrry to tradu need remit from UiMc eases.
The steamer Australia arrived' from San Francisco on
eliind-ty night, but like the lo laeC regular itcamera,
mil (topped to land passengers and malla. The Haw.
bark Kale from London and the Am. schooner Hullo V.
Waller from Han Francisco arrtred during the week
The former brought a larpe cargo of assorted merchan
dise and supplies a deficiency In many tinea of good-
ine oark Jenny Hits alto arrived this week frura the
Sound with a large crrgo of lumber.
Thren vessels got on" for Han Francisco during the
week with full cargoea, Tho Ceder'a cargo wai valued
at III1.IW 11, tho Wm 0. Irwin's at i),5Ti,37, and the
Jane A Kalklnburg'a at 9V9.I37.IU; total nine of exports
for the week, $J(3,ltt 20.
The following Table from Wllllami.Dlmond A Co'a
Circular slums the eitent of tho Sugar trade In San
Francisco for the flrat six months of lath
. . , ... Mai Fiiaicisco, July l.IMl.
The following atatlitical atatement of our Hiiar and
Illco trade, and a re.iewnf I la connection with ihe Ha
waiian UUn.li, the la.t all months, we trust will be of
Intercat to all partita concerned.
Tho stock of Hugara Jan. lat, wa 1.9S.9J) lUa,
Importatlonat l&ft). jhsi.
tlratSmths. First Umthi,
, !,.', 171)
Available for dlatrlhutlon..
Less atock July l.lhat
Dlatrlhutlon In alx montha 11,110,371
v Distribution In six months. 1Sm ai.OTWOT
With tho constantly growing demand for our augara,
and tholncreaao of consumption by the Htntca and
Terrltorlca dependent upon San Franclaco, there la no
danger of our aupply being greater than tho demand,
even when every available acre In tho group la under
The Increaao of Importa of Hawaiian nice c-iuaed an
ircimulatliin of tho atock In San Franclaco, and led
huldcra to aend a largo quantity to the Kaatcrn Statea
to compete with Southern rice.
Thla la unfortunate aa It will fnrnlih tho cnemlea of
the reciprocity triaty a weapon with which to endeavor
lo defeat lla renewal, aa a aolenin nasurancc wna given
when the treaty waa In the If. H, Senate for ratlflcutlon,
that Ialand producta would not be acnt east of the
ltocky. Mountains. The only plan to get rid of thcanr
plua of the rice production la to place It on tho market
at a price that will prevent Ita accumulation. Acurloua
freak of commarclal Inconalatency waa the purchase of
2,0UUbagsof Hawaiian rice In San Franclaco recently
for ahlpmcnt to Honolulu, tthcro It waa landed at less
thin the prevailing prices hire. This niokca apparent
the great Injuallco done to our borne cuniuiuera In com
pelling them to pay more here for rice, than ItlaofTcrid
for In San Franclaco after traueporlatlon charges uro
paid on It. The same la true of -laland augar.
PORT OF HONOLULU.
July 9 Am lern Sadie F Caller, Laraen, It days fm S V
Sch Warwick, from Kaluupaoa
Hell Nettle .Merrill, from I.ahalna
IO-1'.MSS Australia, Carclli. days ai hours fmSP
Sim Mkellke, from Hn,wll and .Maul
Htm I.ehtia, from liana and .Molokul
bch LlhoMuo, from Kotia and Kuu
Scb Kaulkeiiouli, from Honnkaa
II Haw- bk Kale, Kothftis, KM days from London
13 btm James Makce, from Kauai
Sch Wullele, from .Mallkn
It-bch '.Vainll, from I'aauhau
Sell Moknola, frum ChrUtuias Is, via Kauai
lb tier H S Heapirla, 1'eleribii, from hampoa
Sch .Mana, from Kiokea
nun Kcknulunhl, from Hanalel
' htm Li'hua, from liana ,t .Mnul
IB Sim Mukolll, from Circuit of Uahu
July 10 fler bk Cedcr, Itohlfa. for San Franclaco
r II Am bgtne Wm (I Irwin, Douglass, for 8 V
1 ' I' M S rt Australia, Curglll, tor Sydney
Am bktne J A FalMnburg, Hubbard, tor b F
Him Kllanea Hon, for Kuhulul and Hllu
." 12 Sim U It lllahop, for Kauai
Sim Lelma, for jtolokal and liana
Him Llkellkc, for Maul ami Hawaii
Sch .Mary U roater, fur Kukuihale
Sch Nettie .Merrill, for Lnlinllm
13-Ain bk D C .Murray, Itavons, for S F
Sch Warwick, for Kabuipapa
II Htm Jas Makee, for Kauai
Sch Kaulkiuoull, for lionokaa
i Am bk Anile, Saudberg, for I'ort Townaend
13-Hch Wallelc. for .Mallko
d, Am bk Jcnnv Fills. Slcvert. for I' Townaend
Am bgtnc U T Clayton, Davis, for Houg Kong
btm Lehua, from .Maul and Hawaii
Mm .Mokolll, from from Circuit of Oauu
Vessels in Port.
Am tern Sadlo F Caller, Larsen
Haw bk Kule, Itothrua
tier 3 H lleaperla, I'eteracn
i .An bktne Monitor. Kelion
Haw bgtno I'umore, Drew
Vessels Expected mt Honolnln. from ForeiRn
Am bk Cheshire, llacbelder. New York, over due
C ?'Caalle & Cooke.Agents
Brit ship City of Bombay, Lowell, Olaegow, duo August
5 10-15, OAV Macfarljue A Co, Agents- "
Ilrlt bk Sullolk, Ilyford, London, due Aug -.030, 0 Brew
er it Co, Agiutii ,
llrlt bk Uberun, Harvey, Liverpool, to aall April S3,
1 T II Davlea, Agent.
llrlt bk Olongaber, DlcOhec, Liverpool, due Sept 1-5,
l JT Waterhouae. Agent.
, Haw bk lolanlj Oarrela, llicnicn, due, Oct. USIO Hack
- feld t Co.Agents
bk lllrch tlroic, , from Newcastle, N S V
Wilder & Co.Agents
Am bk Ferris S Thompson, Poller, New York, due Oct
10-13 Castlo & Cooke, Agent
Am bk Ceylon, llulku, lloslon, due Oct 6-tO C.
g' llrewer Alio, Agents
Am bk Henry lluck, Datla, Departure Hay, due Aug
IV J) Allen A Uobtusou. Agents ,
Itoyal Y'scht Wanderer, Tinlll, due
Urll ship sir Lancelolte, Ulasgow, to sail In June,
O. V, Macfarlano Jb Co, Agents.
Am bktne Eureka, San Francisco, loading Julys II
i IlacUM Co, Agents !
, Brit bk Ltdy Lampaon, Marston.San Francisco, duo
Aug, 1-3 y llrewer Co, Agenta "
Ambgtno TWLucaa, Wentwoith, Fart Gamble, due
July 1V.1I Hackfeld .t Co, Agents,
Am sch Caaale Hay word, Lellalllster, Humboldt, due
July l.VVJJ, Allen .t Itobluauu, Agents
Am bk Uurbarlcn, Hopkins, New York, loading June
9), Caillo A Cooke, Agents
,llwbk Kalakaua. Jenka. ban Franclaco, due July 13-
'-0, F T Lenehan .t Co, Agents
Am sch Twilight, Whitney, San Franclaco, for Hllo due
Am bklne.NS llUlmumf, lloudlett. Fort iDlacntiry,
for Kuhulul, duo.W 0 Irwin X Co, Agents
P. M. S. h. Zetland!, Chevalier, Suduvy, due Aug 1,
k- , Il.JIacfrldACo, Agls.
8 V. M. 8. b. City of New York, Cobb San Francisco, due
, Aug 6, II. Huckfeld Co, Agents.
j- Am bktne Kllkltat. Koblnaon.l'ottUauitle.losdlngJulr
2 II. Hackfeld A Co, Agents.
Am bk lluena Vista, Calhoun, Fort ClainbK), loading
July S, IUHackfM W Co. Agents.
GcrbkAdouls, Ilremeu, to sail In July, II. Hack
feld A Co, Agents.
Uwrttlh.l'XH 8 Australia, CvgUUV'uWMmlex
(Han franclaco t(me) and at S.1& Farralone light beiin,
iflue clear weather with a N W swell prevailing. A
moderaie brj. with dull cloudy weathef prevallSd en
' t,1U.S'h,oll.a ",7 ,n,"-. r-!fht v,lul 0l " P
to the 10th. Hecelved 1'llot on Honolulu at 10.10 p in of
ftait Franclaco. Arrived June Wnd. Hawbk Kala
kua, Jeriki, iieuce June 3nlt JnneVIih, Am sch W II
r,1J"k.ll0'vh,,l,c,.M,)r "l Jly nl. Am bktne
tll,ruriiei, hence Juno lstrt; Am bgtue Cousuelo,
r IUud, htnes Juas lfilb '
,..1'?,,Au,v!n,vl"J1 A"l"l Jn Mrd, Am bk Iluer
Jnfr b,h?aa'lf,1':-1 ,1"",-i;''! July 1st. Am sell I) rt
...' ,rov' 'I'1,0.- llawalliAm tern v L llesbee,
Curtis, licjiiu June 13th, '
BHIPPINQ NOTES. '
ai.-u.u i. .i..r, .. . . . ".". . . ' "
,.'..'. ."'';".: uuisre uss oeeu purcnasea byJUetsrs
u ti Irwin & Co. and baa doUed at Tlbbets & horrn"
Mfc' ",?"'"'" ahe Isuowloidlng forhau Francisco,
Sa H.rAii'iiC0ll',w"!,i.1 uptl)r.w. UUchlelofUeer
of tho WO Irwin, and will sail about the middle of uext
Tho Haw bk KaU hs arrive,! from London, with, a
?MCF',r,..coT;,)tIU:lUi,e"" " Hackfelii Co,
which she fs dlscharglug at Allen Jt Itoblason'a wharf
Alter dlKharglng she will bo laid on furbau Francisco.
? lf P4,;'!k' ,,u. !1m arrUal at thl. poVi,
MI'Um ' ?! "" " Mul luly lth.tr pUces ho,r
Z?,nll?'i.h:r T,t lu.e P"iigf rs). On arriving at
tola PMt Ihe eai.ulu isd tUm srTtil.4. Ttisy er? ar
h.s.hI twfoe J udg lllckertou. and lute of iheui a
'"tod Wla,' lu,u"a'"una Uaraialxw.aud two
The Am bktue MoultM. at the isulanade, has dls
bdl C4I '"""Ur sud talis i,o-Liy for lltttti-
The Am tern Sadie Caller la at the V M S 8 (Jo's
. iiLVi rb"?,,U "JJln tot JaaJ:rucUcj. th ll
MS)blIyHllu Tuesday uext. eiii
i?Kh'i'5Vl'u" luW rj.t Vlllcr. will be due from
Kahuaal to-morrow, to load su;ar for Han Francisco,
fNlaUhJlii.8,t'''l,l,''0 ? S4,v '""'"o Jl
- rt,.,5ltr ! teturaea lo port on tie till. Imt
freus CoTlslBu. Itleud, fte, , hl ."., ful ulp.
ikS ?i.bk Alo, to ! Bremen lu June for
!. ',1 i?"1Kl to II Hackfeld Co. hue will
Mat lot of raiTfuad Iron for V. Ilder X CoT
The stmr Iwtlajil arrv4 from Koua Ittl Thursdar
evsultif l h ue of the crew dowiVwIth it," siill iV
Tt Qt S sqalnu which It will U retueiVtrM, lt-
ted our port few pinntht ago, sailed friim Yokhama
June 3th for irtorla. It I with a large number of
thineae paaacngera I
The fler bk Mnaca wa chartered to load wheat at San ,
Franctaco for vork ror or J era at xt.
There will be a vessel Irate Boston for ttits port
about Not lat In Ilrener A. Cn'a llrie
The liktue W II Dlmnnd, arrived at Tort Townaend
Jnne iSlh en route to I'ott Discovery, to load lumber
ThoAmahlp Francnnla, CapOtia, from New York
f.,r run Franclaco, went aahore on Farileones, on the
morning nf June tilth, and b.rame n total lota, him
had acargoltalued at abont SSWM mostly insured In
San Francisco office The vessel waa partly Insured.
Capt lloblneon (formerly of bark Camden) has gono
np to 1'ort Oamnletii take charge of Tope A Talbots
new hnrkentlne Kllkllat She la to I"' put In the trade
between l'ngct Sound and the Hawaiian laiande. Alia.
The !'h W It Meyir, makes a trip to Humboldt and i
tiiok.tn mi In time between now and her next trip to
The Am bk Kdward May, cleared from San Francla
co for Liverpool July 2nd.
The (IrrHM Heanerla arrived off the port teaterdav
morning from China! there) hare been acveral deaths on
board during the vojuge, and other suspeclons clrcum
atancea, which led the quaranllue ofllcera to think that
thero had been am.lll pox onboard, and conaiqnently
the veaacl waa ordered In quarantine and anchored out
From Eureka, per Monitor, July Sth Wilder A Co,
1,!; m ft lumber, 1.IIM.S3 pickets. 1U) m shingles.
From San Franclaco, per Australia, Ju y lllh-rnette
A. I o.ike. 1 pkg; .Mlaa M l-razer. I pkg. B Smith, I pkg;
M Thompson 1 pkg, M Mc l-erny, I pkg.
From Hon Franclaco, per S Jle F Caller. Jnly II
llollea A Co, Wpkggroc, A Todd. 17 bl eolmon , llnllla
ter A Co, 10 pkg tobacco. 2 cs clgara; Lew era A Cooke,
210 in shingles, llrown A Co. 191 pkg liquor-; A J
Cartwrlght. W pkg salmon: A W lliiah. Ilia pkg groc,
luiakaflourt llrlnbaum A vn, n pkgmilaei u Irwin
A Co, ftJaka potaloea; Hackfeld k Co, :i73aka bran. 111
bales hay, fm aka barley, ) Ml lime, ll") bd shingles,
1 la harneaa, HlSia brenil: llenlon lleveiis A Co, Sea
ponder, 817 pkg groc j M Davis, lull felting, fi pka hard
ware, lin pku groe, b.1 ska feed, Hackfeld A Co, 23 pkg
lron.Cpkg furniture, Oibdl anlmon; .Mra J It Coney, J
pkg buggy, Cttatle A Cooke, 8 pk- li warn; Hoard of
Kdiicatlnn, j c books. Telephone Co, 10 pkg material;
CO lleiger. 7 Unka goaolliie; Hall A Son,S7 pkifh
ware,K Ca wire, 1 cs guns, I'lnkggroc; M Mclnery, o ca
boolaand aboea; .! T Wnternnnae, 1 pkg d goode, 3 ca
aaddlea, I c hata,Slnkgh ware, VIA) U aks (lour; order,
lies boots, H pkg liow'der and guns, .lea d good", 10 cs
oil, ii c rroc; A vl" ltlchardann 1 ca shlrtst F J Najle,
llpcmnrblei .M J Itosc.ai pkg materials Til Davits,
21 pc Iron; .1 A I'nlmer, 17 cs drugs; .May A Coflc" aal
mon, Pickering A Co, -c cigars; Cooke A i'edler, It'l
pkgh ware; .M I'lilllllpj A Uo&ipkgil gooda; .1 Nott
A On, 21 pkg Slnwaro; II K Whltnt), 7U pkg feed;
Scharfler A Co, 213 bgs barl-y and feed; IlolTahlesger A
Co, 'Jca cottons; Wilder A Co, III) m abingloa, 1110
poata, 101 pkg tndac. Allen A lEoblnaon, 12 m poate, 2tn)
m ehlnglca; II May A Co Nn ska bran J J T Waterhouae.
sins bgs fteil; T O Thrum, Bcs stationary; BO pkgs to
From London, per Kale, Jnly ltlb Hackfeld A Co,
1211 pkg liquors, -.Obiles bars; ItMrKlbbln, 19 pkgs
ilruga! Iter H Davia, 1 ca eirecta; Calle A Cooke. -Iu)
dmaoll; (1 W .Macfarland A Co. HUcks cement, WW ca
brandy; llarkfeld A Co, 71J eke cement, 1.71 pkg dry
gooda, .'1G- pkgh ware, A'lcts h ware, rW bales bagging,
2ii3 dmaoll, 2H esaka pnlnt, IS cagroc, -1) bales baua,
2JS tons coal, 1WJ rails, lWi bdl flab plates, 12 ca r road
fitllnge, Vt) augar ctMiltrs, 7 anchors, l'a) bdls wire, Gcs
o ware, 18 pkg h ware, lOpkg nidec. SSIUixs candles.
ca brandv. '-Ml ca gin, 'iU bbla nlc, 1 cs piper; HmT
ahleager A Co, 28 cs wine; A Unnn, Oca ellects: J N
I'cer, i ca eireets, 2 ca claret; Itev .Malrett Oca effects;
J O (Hade, 10 ca tlTecla: order, COca brandy; II Stan
genwald, I ca Instma; Hackfeld A Co, 13 cs oil; Phillips
A Co, l'J pkg d goods: Hall A Son,bC0 pkg h wurv, 2Hcs
paint, IIofTpMcugcr A Co. I cs perfume, 2i pk b ware,
l pki groc, and 1 package each to A llaiintburg, V
Dolte, F Cnuradt, A I'rnpp, G Se.-elken anil 11 Schmidt.
For San Francl"eo, per City of New Y'ork, July fith
91 1,'JiiO Vit sugar, 10 bxs belel leatea. 11 baskets fruit,
b.19 bncha bananas Dom. Value, $58,121,97.
For Han Francisco, per Jane A Falklnburg, Jnly It
8.15,8 Tfta augnr, Sfi.mal Bin nee, Op bnchs bananas, 1 cs
glu, Vol. Foreign 11. Vol. Domialic SM.l..lO.
For Auckland and Sydney, per Auatrnlla, July lltb
20 pkg augur cunu seed, 1 bx monkey pod seed Val.
For Sin Frnr.claco, per V O Irwin, July lltb 1,210,
231 IDs sugar, 100 bitches bananas, Yal. Domestic JH),
B70.27 For San Franclaco, per Cedcr, July Oth l,5r,7U lbs
sugar, 2UJ.9U0 3a rice, 1 themomctcr, Val, Foreign $100,
Y'at. Domestic $1U,IUI.!1.
For Sail Frnnclco, per I) C Murray, July l.'lth liJO.GIS
lbs sugar, 1 l.llOglts molasses, 200 bnebs buuanas, !i8,lU)
rke, OlObiiles, Mo sheep sklua, l,Wa) goat sklng,
Fgn. Value StIO.OO, Dom. Value $10,017.22.
For Fort Townaend, per Amlc, Inly 13th In ballast.
From San Francisco, per Sadie F Caller, July 11th
J II Colby, J Conlen, 0 tJee, 0 It Jlahoney.
From San Francisco, per Australia, July 11th Miss
N Chapman, Capl (1 II I.iicc,.Mre (I 11 Luce, Miss I. nee.
.sr iiugan, .ir unan long, ,wisr iieuctimaii, I'uui
laeiiberi;, Jlr 3Ieukl,3llaa A Scott. Jlr A KConko nnd
wife, Miss 31 Lldiale, Mr (Undo wire nnd I i hllilrcn.
Miss Kuhlniann. .Miss F Fan. .Mr U .McCartney. Jlr 31
hchroder. Wm wanner, J W T hompaon, A Herbert, Jlr
Holmes, W Anile, ll Kulbniiiiin, 1' Ohm!. Jno Norton,
Carllluysen midwife, (1 Uuckley, Jlra Tontjscn and a
Cbluese and 23 In transitu.
From London, per Kale, July 11th Carl Tnch, Victor
Farjorea, .Miss O Scbmcimaiin, .Miss M llrucgcmann.
For San Francisco, per Jane A Falklnburg, July 11
Jlr llarned, 11 Dulrymple.
For hail Franclaco. tier W O Irwin. .Tnlv lllli W
Pepervltch, J Williams. W Friar wife nnd 1 children,
Jotin Clark, A Santa, J lknr.
For Auckland and New Zealand, per Auatrnlla, July
11th .Mrs Howler. 3MssT Clurk.Jliss 1) Clark, 311ss
Webb, 31Ish Webb.
For Fort Townaend, per Jenny 1'Itts, July 11th Ah
For San Franclaco, per T) C 3tnrray. July ISth O W
I.ulcoln. 3Ir lllaiktiurii wife and child, II J .Moore, W
Miller. (J llaukes, Jos Ityan, Alec Wallace, Cbas Fhll
lips. Mils I. Nell, Fred Straus and 11 Chinese.
For I'ort Townaend, per Amlc, July i2th E Ilrokcst.
DKAN-HUTCHINbON-At Oraco Church, ban
Francisco, Juno 18tn, by the Rev. Dr. Piatt, Daniel
Dean, Furser It, .M. S. Anstulla, to MaWket
Andiiews IIutciiinsos, of Nnolibu, Kan, Hawaii, 11. 1.
IIOWAHIi-DICKSON At tho I'acltlc Hotel. Chica-
fo, June 2.1rd, by the Itev. A. Ktberldge, ()eo. A.
Iowahii, of .Marsellka, III,, to Misa 11. L. Dickson, of
ANDKRWS-flled In Honolulu, July IStli, Jlr.
Oeoiioe U. Andrews, agtd lOytars. Tho deceased was
niialltrorCornwi.il, KughinU, but bad resided many
years In America,
tS7 Ills Funeral will bo attended to-day, at 1 F. 31,
froTii bis lulo Residence, near the Stone Church.
THE SATURDAY PRESS
rnbllshed for the Satvjiuiav Fiikss Association by
Book, Job and Gemral Frlnter,
Honolulu, II. I.
The Batukdat Piie'ss cannot undertake to return
communications, accepted or rejected, and we hate to
request correspondent tu append their true names and
addresses, not ncccsmrllj for publication. If so" de
sired, but as it guironteo of thu good faith of the writer.
Lu. Satuhdat Futss.
JULY 10, lfipi.
His Majksty tho King nnd miito have boon
hospitably received and iandaotncy cntcr
taiued aitieo leaving; Bungkok by tlm Governor
of Uio Straits Scttetnenl, Sir Frederick A.
Wold, K.O.M.G., and by tho Hajah of Johoro,
tho Ilnler of a 1'riiiclpulity on tho niaiiiluiul of
tho Mtilaynn 1'otiiimtila.
From thetico tlio jiaity procectletl tq Calcutta
and hastened on towards) llombay after two
.lv.' .tay.. Tliov viailc.1 AKpi, Delljj, AUuli
ud, and ome other impurUnt plncca, but
thero are no details extant of Ito joumoy
acroa Hliidotiin, thoncu to Aden, Swe, Alex
ondritt, IlrandlsisBd Naples, though that no
doubt was the louto adopiud. Wo doubt not
the King will visit tlm Hawaiian pupils at
present in (ho various Italian Academical Iu
stiiutions, nnd probably tho Count will en.
deavor to sou thu King, Wo hopo his Count
ship may find His Majesty " uof, at homo".
witeit no calls, it is said that tho Kins will
proceed to lieiliu ouleavlitg Italy, All well
as far as Naples.
It seems very tlisheartet.lug; jiut n's wo
wore congratulating ourselves on tho complain
cessation, as wo'foudly liejioed, of nmalUpox
amoiiij us, to Cud u fresh tja'so on board tho
Tliis vessel left Houolulu on tho 7th, touchwl
atMaalaeannd at Makena where sho lauded
Mrs. aud Miss Makeo and then went oj her
way to Kau. On tho iwint, of returning a
very prouounceJ case of sraall.pax was dis
covered ou boatd, tha patient, a mIddle.aKed
uaJivti natueil Hua Ailaut was ituniedialoly
isolated as far as was possible, aud tho lxatani
returned straight to Honolulu, arriving on
Thursday evening, and promptly reported tho
case. Sho waa placed quarantine and anchor
ed out iu the a trosm. Doctor Hutchinson visited
tho vessel ou Friday moniinir anil rnm.,1 .
number of her crew vhobo vcciuatiou marks
wk wJ satisfactory, and vaccimted sixleeu
on tho spot. Wo havo every hopo that tho
ilisonso may bo confined to that ono vessel,
oven if not in the otlo individual.
Everyone, we feel nssitrod, will join in car
rying out tho Hoard of Health regulations and
tint no evasion or concealment will bo at
tempted. Wo Imvo had loo gravo a lesson
taught us nnd havo bought experienco dearly,
nnd an wa said before. Wliilo no liore for tho
best, wo must bo on tho alert for tho torst,
ami trust that n repetition of tho epidemic
may bo nvertrd.
Tub most important nuus brought by .tho
Australia, which iicce'aarily became at oncu
the principal subject of conversation through
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:ill Ulll-iu-l HI IIIU UUIIIIIIIIIll lp Wilt tiiu llltuilllt,
only loo piobably fltfccessftil, wo fear, to
assassinate lite President of tho tJniled Stales,
General Garfield. Crimes of this class seem
to become epidemic nt times, nnd no doubt tho
murder of tho Autocrnl of nil tlio liussiaH
suggested or stimulated tlio nttempt on tho
lifo of tho I'icaidciit of tho licit Itoptililic.
Wo give tlio details of tho crime elsowboroj
in few words it scorns, to bo this t A wonld-bo
place-hnlder bIidoIs tho olliuial by whom, in
his opinion, his claim has been ignored ;
what that claim may be, except that tho
criminal being of French descent, and prob
nbly speaking that language well, conceived
himself untitled tu a French Consulship, nnd
failing to obtain it, took this desperate,
incisure of rovengo for llio supposed slight.
At present wo can only odor our niuccrn
condolences to America in general, nnd to tho
President's family and friends individually,
feeling siiio that there is not a man in tlio
States, of whatever party ho may bo, who will
not emphatically condomn such a criino. It
scoiuh probable that "insanity" will bo tlio
argument for tho dofenso, but eccentricity of
manner does not constitute or approach moral
Wr. havo for somo timo p.iht lioard com
plaints from sundry old established merchants
hero of tho practises of cortain Btrny comers,
who, arriving with n largo or small parcel of
goods, pay the import duly, tako out a retail
license, nnd then practically pcdillo,thcir im
portations away in Inrgo or small quantities
as may suit thomsolves and thoir customers
This, wo tako it, it a most reprehensible
practice. First it is a fraud on (lie revenue; tho
importations in question pay no propel ty tax,
unless it happens to bo in hand at tho dato of
assessment; next tho de.ilotH in question linvn
no ofliccs, no storo rents to pay, no clerks and
no bonks, no consignees, no agents, no per
centages, and nro consequently nblo to under
sell meicltants who aro liable to till theso ex
penses. Furthermore,' to convert this trado
into a legitimito one, theso importois ought to
tako out a wholesale license, for they deal if
it suits them in whole, original, packages;
next ihoy ought to hold a retail license, for
thoy sell in small quantities tu suit; nnd
thirdly thoy ought also to hold a peddlar's
license, for Ihoy havo no recognized placo of
business, but in fact hawk or peddlo about
thoir goods. Jt is necessarily gulling to an
established morchant with his stock taxed, his
rout to pay, and clorks and book-keepers to
Balary to find himself perpetually undersold
by birdB of pat-sago who shirk theso burdens
and then sail away for n fresh vcntuic.
It is quito worth while for llio authorities
to try to ascertain tho amount ol business
dono in tliis undcihand way, and tho conse
quent losses indicted on what may bo called
in comparison " legitimate traduis."
The German stoamer Ilcsperia of 1130 tons,
.C.ipt. Peli-rson, arrived off tlio port on Friday
morning, twenty-one days ftom Whampoa,
having left that port on Juno 21 nnd 1ms had
no communication with tho shoro anywhere
Hor officers nnd crow number 38 of whom
six aro Chinamen. Sho has on board 750
Chinese passengers, amongst whom nro somo
thirty-fivo wnmtm and a number of children.
Sho brings 100 tons of general cargo to Messrs.
Hackfeld & Co. Sho has no whito doctor on
board. Tho'Captain states that no death has
occurred on board, until this morning when
ono of tho Chinamen died; of what disoaso is
unknown, hut fortunately Dr. Hutchinson waB
nblo to soo tlio corpso am Btato positively that
if teas not umall-iwx. Of conrso it is impossi
ble to thoroughly search u vessel so crowded
with Chinamen as sho is, but no sign of con
tagious disease is visible Sho was ordored
to hoist tho yellow flag and lumain oulsidu to
await further devolopemont. Here again is
ground for hopo that wo may not suffer nny
ovil from this ship. Wo hope, howovor, that
tho proposetl troaty with China may contain n
cluusc, obliging every Bhip bringing Immi
grants to theso shores from China, to carry a
properly qualified medical officer of European
or American race and education, J
In this caso boforo allowing tho ship to on
tor tho harbor thu Government demands a do
posit beroro hand as bund, to savo the expenso
and litigation which arose out of the-,nccop-tunco
ol written bonds on formor occasions.
At this tiiho of year tho outer anchorage is
safe, and tho trado winds continuous bo that
thero is tm risk n lifo or property by her de
tention outside. If it bit tpio that no small
pox caso .occurred qn board dining her three
ltmoV& lnUH, If I n"llkll III bluuk Ulit
now; howovor, us tho statement rest on verbal
ussestion, it scums wio to prolong tho isola
tion until siiriuiso may bo reasonably con
sidered lo havo passed into certainty of safety.
Thk unwelcome, news of the assassination
or nttumptcd 'assassination of President Gar
field not by a Whiltst, Socialist or Com
munis!, but by u disappointed office soekcr
took Honolulu by surprise. On tho morning
nf Ilia 4...I t..-t f..l.II.. .uJsik II , t.
. ....,,., ,.., niinu uiu-iieoi'jenL aim ins
Cabinet Ministers wore in ono of tho Kuilroadi
depots in Washington, intending lo loavo by
tho Iraiu for Lruig Branch, whero they weroio
meet Mis, Garfield, a man named Gulicau,
who waa only three or four feet from thu
President, shut him in the back. Tho ball
entered just above tho kidneys on tho left
side, broke two ribs and penetrated the llvnr.
, Ho tired a'accoiul shot which struck in front
of tho shoulder nnd passed under the shoulder
blade. 'I he assassin waa immediately arrest
ed and aid t " I am a stalwurt I It had to bo
done. I Arthur will now be President I" The
President was conveyed to tho While House
and was attended by t number of owineiit
physicians, yU the last reports, July 3rd,
3 o'clock a.m., ho wu able lo take littlo
nourishment, and the physicians said there
was hope, but they prououueo the wound a
rury dangerous one.
Guiteau V a lawyer and a native of Frauce,
ul doe not bear an enviable reputation in
ckiss where he Uuowu. It is said that he
wanted to bo appointed Minister to Austria or
Consul General to Franco, and blamed tho
President for his not receiving tho appoint
ment, and in a fit of disappointed vanity or of
anger sho him. His declaration that ho was
a "stnlw trt," which ho made when ho com
mitted I. io deed, shows tliat ho was a
sympath 7.cr wjl'i Coiikling, but tho act was
committed cnlireiy on his own responsibility,
ns ho himself stated.
Sixteen years ago, when President Lincoln
fell a martyr to the assassin's bullet, General
Garfield, in addressing an excited crowd in
tho city of Now Vork, said: "Tho Loitl
rcigucth, and tho Government nl Washington
still lives." And should Girficlil's injuries
prove fatal tho Government nt Washington
will still live, nlthuiigh his loss will bo n
national calamity, as his administration so far
has given better satisfaction to all parlios than
that of nny President that 1ms occupied tho
chair for a number of yo.trs,
In tho oveut of tho President's death, Vico
Prcsidcut Arthur will bocomo President.
Arthur wan never a leader of Iuh paity, was"
not well-known out of his own Stnto beforo
tho last campaign, nnd was not, nnd is not,
popular nuioiig tho people. Should ho becomo
President, Coiikling will probably succeed
Hlaino as Secretary of State, if tho formor is
not returned to tho Senate. Other than this
tlioro will not likely bo nny mateiial changu
in many importnnt ofliccs, unless a now
Cabinet should bo selected.
As fnr ns party politics is concerned, Oar
field's dcatli will mnko no difference. Should
Arthur lio removed from tiffico by death or
other cause, tho person elected President of
thoSenato will succood him, nnd in caso of
tlio dcatlt of tho latter ho will bo succeeded .by
the Speaker of tho House of iteprcscntutives;
and as tho Republican party has u working
majority in both houses, tho administration
will still remain in tho bauds of tho 'snmo
Grant, Coiikling, Arthur, Logan and other
loading men of bptli parties speak in tho s.uno
terms o condemnation of tlio docd, Tho en
tiro Union was thrown into tlio groitest ex
citement by tho news, for which tlioro has
been no parallel sinco tho death of President
Lincoln. Should Atthur becomo President, it
will bo thu fourth instance in tlio history of
tho United States that the Vice-President has
succeeded to tho Chief Executive by tho death
of his superior.
It is with nIiiloio nnd unmixed regret that
wo iccoid tlm decision arrived at, as to thu
appointment of a Chief Justico of this King
dom, viz: that it bo deferred until llis
Majesty tlio King may bo communicated with.
For many reasons wo regiot tin's decision. On
technical grounds it is to bo regretted ; BiiiiorH
cannot havo n full bench to appeal to. Thoio
must bo somo recognizablo clement of uncer
tainty in all legal decisions for somo time to
come, and that after thd vacancy is filled, tho
full Court may consist of on Associato Justico
who has already pionounccd an opinion, uu
advocate who bus pleaded in tbo caso at issue,
and a thiid Judge who has at least heard ot
becomo cognizant of tho arguments "on both
sides of tho caso. That litis may bo the case,
and is almost unavoidable, is evident from tho
oxtiemoly limited numbers from whom a
Chief Justice can bo taken, as wo said last
week. Hut porhnps tho technical aspect of
thu question had bo bettor loft to tho members
of the Hencb and Har to discuss. Wo only
speak as a layman not versed in tbo intricacies
of the law.
Tito Constitution distinctly provides that
"the Supremo Court shall consist of a Chier
Justico, and not less than two Associate
Justices " (Art. 05), but tlio Civil Code, Sec
tion 817, decrees that " tho Cliiof Justico of
tbo Supremo Court is tho Chancellor of tho
Kingdom;" inorcovci, tho Chancellor, ob such,
is cuti listed with various functions which, in
his capacity of Chief 'Justico, nro not within
his power to c.xecuto. Section 815 of tho Civil
Codp provides that, in cubo of "absouco or
sickness of tho Chief Justico or of 'a vacancy
in tliat office, nil tho duties thero of both nt
Chnitibois ami in Banco shall bo performed
during such absence, sickness or vacancy, by
tho First Associato Justice or such other
Justice ns tho King may appoint for tlio timo."
Section 817 also, decrees that not only is tho
Chief Justico tho Chancellor of tho Kingdom,
but that "tho FirBt Associato Justice shall
net as Vico-Chanccllor, and havo full and
concurrent jurisdiction in all inattcisat Cham
bers -with said Chancellor.' Thus then tho
delay in filling this vacnnoy places on tho
shouldors of ono offioial tho various duties of
First Associat6, Chancellor and Vico-Chaii-follor,
which two lattur officers nro to havo
nit ami concurrent jurisdiction. If wo mis
tako not, this temporary arrangement will
give rise to no small amount of urgmnout and
This dolny sooms doubly dangorous when
wo lemoiuber that nnothor important law
oflicor is absent, and his office in commission.
Temporary arrangements are genornlly to bo
deprecated. Can a prisoner for an offence for
which bail is not allowable, I. e, if charged
with an offenco punishable with death, Im
prisonment for life, or inr u lurm of years ex
ceeding leu, bo righteously detnined until
communication bo held with llio King ? Or
onn nulla appealer! to tho full Com t bo post
poned for any indefinite period ?
IJy tho Constitution 'tho liug appoints tho
Justices of tho Supicmo Court, and all othur
Judges of"Oourts of Kocord." Tho Itegont
" shall administer the Government in tho nuiuo
of the King, and oxeroiso all Iho Powers
which nro constitutionally vested in tho
King," Ihoreforo there can bo no doubt as to
the conslitutioqul power of II, It, H. tho
present Itegent' to appoint to this important
tost. Of tho King's responsible advisers, ono
is wllh him in Kurope, three are bore, so hero
again wu sua no adequate reason for delay.
Thu King is travelling, uud travelling rapidly,
and uvai in these days u telegram may have
to be repeated front city to city in lhiropo or
America, und it must be ut least n week from
hero beforo thu mchsago can bo started on its
telegraphic travels, uud tho reply may Ixi
tliito or oven four limes as long between its
arrival hi Sau Francisco and its receipt Ijcro :
wh.v then Incur this dangerous delay and
subject the Kingdom to the,probablo confusion
that may arise therefrom ? Lastly, though tho
King appoint, it is not provided that lie also
nominal, but generally acts on the rccom
incnJalion and responsibility of hi Cabinet
Council. We aro not sure that the present
proceeding may pot bo held to establish a,
tfrom Ms SyUt Dally Tttifrap, Jxu as, KM.)
Tbe Waltuam Watcli Couipani have been swarded lb
onlr golel medal gltsn for watches it tbe bjrdnsi lulsr
national Kibiblllou. and are tbo uoly cxUbllora to Mr
class Iron lbs UnltsJ Uulss tthutian. retailed lU
, . M.MclXEtWY.
t ' oUAxenl,fMrltiHallaIiUiJi
Examinations at Funnhon.
UotTon Svruaoir Pntssi Having been present
at pirl of the ei munitions, I feel prompted
jn tho Interests of education in Reneral to
offer a few remirk. on the subject be
IngBitUflod thittho cnlitliened Kn?llsh-spe.ik-Ing
population of thoso islands, wlllfesl nuxious
that tho very best powlblo method should lx
adapted for tlio education of their children who
will probably Ix-como students of l'umhoii. I
trust that tho few remarks I am about to nmko
will not bo tiken amlsa, as nothing serves mrtro to
cluciihtonny question or system so much ns frco
Tlio first point I remarked on entering was, that
the examination of the classes was conducted by
tho teachers, tbo examiners not even lielni;
famished with text-books; at least such was tho
caso in tho classes nt which I wns present. Now,
It. is ns every ono knows, tbo interest of tho
teacher to mako their pupils appear ns well in
strnc"Hl ns ixsibie therefore they chooso their
questions so a not only to avoid any exposure,
but to mako the examination p ts.s off with eclat.
This, almost as a consequence, ensures tliolt cm
ployment for the next term. I noticed that ques
tions of the examiner were very often bluStdbv
saying that they had been nln-ady answered, when
it was far from npparunt that such was tho case:
in fact, there seemed to bo a desire on tlio part of
tho teachers to fence tho questions of the cxntnlu
crs anil turn oft If possible any snth tlresotuo in
terrogations Willi u joko j this may bo thu interest
of the odnoatur. The interest oC tlio parents is not
only that their children should appear to nilvant
nu at uu examination, not only tliat they should
receive iv diploma, not only that thoy should rtad
ess tj s nnd bo garlanded with lluwers, anil bo ad
mtridby nil, hut thnt they have a soliil irrouiul
work of educttloti wherewith to work on in i uturo.
If this bo wautiiiff, then tho diploma servos only
tuinllato tho vanity of tlio recipient. 'Tis will
that merit should bo rewarded. In this way tin
itupettts is uivin to self-improvement nnd Inudablo
ambition, but If you nro nut certain (and you can
not be unliss the examinations aro conducted
with tho utmost fairness) that tho pupils are
worthy of tho diplomas tliuy receive, you not
iinlv if inmco tho reputation of vour ojIIouo. but
Bend your children to fight thu worl 'h buttles,
tlitnkiwj thoy havo tho foundation of a Rood ciln-
cation, but tinillnc out to thoir cot whon too hue.
tliat tlioy havo only been crammed to pasa off nt
nu examination, which has long sinco been forgot
lull. 1111, 1 tllt.V .u.wu,., .inn ,..,..-, muj ,.
obliged to work nt it discount wlien left tu their
own unaided resource.
Irepa.it that tho doirost objoet of Iho parent
ouilit to bo to find out in what their children aro
iijiioinnt so that a remedy may bo applied. I hava
been present nt examinations Ixitli In tbo old
world itntl in tlio now; and I have never hccii
teachers examine their own pupils before; it was
the custom for tlio examiners tu havo books and
ask tlio scholars any tpiestious they choso on
thoso particular topics Unit had bren studied, and
on visitors were permitted lo ask questions
within n limited timo and uiioti tho same topics.
In tliis way tlio children had it fntror cbanco; but a
still bettor wny is U lnno competent examiners to
coma and oxauiino nt all times and seasons, to
drop in whou thoy nteluist expected, and not to
suiter special preparations for rehearsals, to mako
the pupils write letters, csstys, verses (when
competent ) on tho spur of the moment, boforo
their eyes; then all would bo satisiled of tho capa
city of the pupils, nnd no such rumors cohW get
alloat its that Iheir essays, etc., were written by
ono and tho same porsou, liecauso tlioro could hoi
bo that uniformity of stylo which wo noticed upon
.the occasion of the gr tun itliiK ceremony nt 1 ort
street church on tholbtUult. lu tho selection of
teiohurs for n foreign language, tlio first and most
important oX their qualities ns teachers is that
they should ha ahlo to pronounce curnctly tho lftu
guages thoy aro employed to toaoh, which, (if thoy
themsolves lnvo been pro.ierly t luglit ) they cm
perfectly communicate; tho noxt requisite, is u
Bhort and easy method and that they be thor
oughly conversant with tho language. Spend
ing, say half nn hour daily, will, if tho
timo lio well applied, make tho learner
master of tho lauguagu in a reasonably short
spico of timo "What do wo seo instead of this pro
ficiency? Persons around us who havo studied
theso languages, ono, two, ovon threo or more
oars, nnd cannot hold nn onlimirg conversation
in them. This bIiouh tlio present sjstem to bo
radically wrong; if n lamntago is tro(A learning
It is worth learning well. If not worth the troublo,
do not wasto any more valuable timo in obtaining
nn imperfect smattering which you haaton to for
get as soon as you conveniently can.
From our Hilo Correspondent.
Hilo, Jnly 7, 1881.
.Editor Satuhdat 1'jiehs : Tho flow that is mov
ing townrd Waiakcn has made some progress dur
ing tho past wi ek nnd is now about two nnd one
fourth miles from Hilo. Somo parties aro making
preparations lo move, so as to bo in readiness in
case tho How Bhould threaten to come ery near
Hilo. Yesterday was n fast day appointed by tho
Acting-Governor of tho Island of Hawaii. Stores
wore closed from 12 a.m. to 4 p.m., and thero were
seniccH in uatitoand foreign Churches. It seems to
tio almost certain now that the How will empty
into tlio Pacific Ocean. Parties who visited what
is called thu Hilo How, report it very active more
so than usual. Thero may yet be more danger
from it than from tho Win tkea How. Tho former
How lias n deiiHo wood to p iss, through a distance
of two nml-n-half miles, unless it should come into
tho Waiukea riu-r. It is impossible to tell nt pro
sent which course it will taku. It is about four
and-a-half miles from Hilo, nnd very difficult to
roach. Tlio Wniakea flow can bo reached in less
than ono hour. J. A. M.
...a. noil ll.nl . 1. .., .1 fill,, ..(, I Inn ll.nt. (ta.
Report from tho 4th of July Committoo.
Tho fullowlns schedule will show tlmnsscts nnd lia
bilities received anil Incurred by tho Committoo ap
pointed tomakoarr.iiucmuntsfor tho Celebration ottlio
Anniversary Day of American Independence:
Total amount of .Subscriptions recoiled SC27 M
Cost of material for decorations, Ac, ns
pur bills fans 2i".
Firing .Salutes, as per bill , 75 00
Present lo'.'l men ilrinz salutes !H OU
Hand , W Ul
Print nir and Adtertlsine. as tier bills.. Hi) N)
Meetings Iiuld Uuntul.us per bills ill rU
Incidental expenses 3 00
St. V. TmiMrsoH,
rilED. M, UAT,
(1. O, Htiiatehster,
. 12. A. Williams,
Committee of Arrutiurmcnts,
J, K. Wisisian, Uccretitry.
The Committee have decided on donating the balauco
left over tu the American Kcllcf Fund, which we rcirrct
to say 111 lio of llltlo help tu so worthy an Institution,
and which Is In need of ahel.iluj hand at tho pros out
time from our American population.
fllUll Tni!. MKN IIMIKRNTANIsl.Ms
M. tlio management of Cattle, and Hatter Miiklnc.
...Apply to II. N. OltEII.NWKLL,
'" t Kons. Hawaii.
w. pt.iiu't;. n t; f s.rr.itNux anii e.
VAND001IN. oil residents of Honolulu, llnnat-
Inn Islands, conqirlsu the Firm of
,' , , ,,, a. w.ruincE i co.
Honolulu Jnly IS, 1881. 4a at
JUST LANDED ex4 KALE,7
A M.KAM. LOV or
XjLGsVEIZV El 311 3D H.
I'ruiu tho Hrriaen Hrrssrry.
FOrt 8AtU AT
11S F, A. SOHAErEfl sfcjrrfVB
THE HAW. BARK "KALE."
' t llOTIIFOS, Master,
lias Just, Arrived With Au AhsoHcJ Caro
IN EVERY LIKE,
Mirror particulars, apply to
Ml 4a im
II. IIAUKFEUI CO.
t JUST HEUKIVEU AT
Thos. 6. Thrum's Fort StrMt Store
A fall anOitmsnt of lbs abosa lu latest stslts,
A sVsVI.I,lirtt'U All VAMIKTY ir
WINDSOR I HEWTON'S m COLORS.
A Urt Inrolco of Sob4 Cofl of the
IWlMd M4MHL 9t UU VtW TMtHMftt,
Orl'rs for Ukk will b tllssl 1 ttlr wwsu, at
19 . mmntm. . tm ivii
CHAS. T. GrULIOK,
FOR THE ISLAND OF OAHU.
Agent to take Acknowledgments to Labor Contract
For tho District of Kona, Oahu.
REAL ESTATE AND GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT.
Decdo, Mortgages, Lenses, Wills nnd other legal documents drnwn nt shortest
nolico nnd nt reasonable rotes. . . . ,
Ileal Estate nnd properly of cvory description5 on nny of tho Islands, bought, sold,
and negotiated, nnd intending buyers or bcUom will do well to intrust tuoir uusinoss to
Records Searched for Titles of all Lands Bought or Sold
Mnrino Protests noted nnd extonded, and Survey papers drnwn.
Wanks for Labor Contracts nnd other business, of tho Intcst nnd most Approved
forms, constantly on hnnd nnd for snlc.
Offico No. 1 Knnliiimrinu Street, Honolulu.
llcsidouco No. 1 1 1 King Street, liusinosu nttondod to nt cither Oftico or Hoflirtoncc.
SiiiMiinii: ,ninr. i. 11 imkiiiii'tov. i x
the matter of thKKstalo of JOSKl'II V. I'lL'KEU'
ISO, n Voluntary Uankrupt. Xotlce of mecllna for
choice of Assignee. . , fi
Notice Is hereby clrcn that a meeting of the Credit
ors, ho imiseil debts again! the above, estate to Iho
amount of $IOu or more, II1 be held In llio C eik s Of
flro of the Supreme Court In Honolulu on Tit UllMpAl .
tliflnuilayof Al'OUST next, nt 111 o'clOcU A. M.. for
the purpose of electing Asslffiircs of Ihc said estato of
Joseph 1'. l'lckirlne, pursuant to the Statute.
A. HOSA, Deputy Clerk.
LjllI'ltKNI. l!iur-l lNUHlllrIY. ISf
3 the matter oft.. II. Klllllt. an alleged bankrupt.
Notlco for proof of claims, ,.
L, II. Knllll. tailor .of Ilonoluln, haslne been adjudi
cated bankrupt at a iicnrlnsf before Mr Jnstlceutld
on tho Ullli Tunc. lMl.lt was ordered that notice be
(liven totlie Creditors nf said bunktupt, to present their
claims inr prooi, nuu mat 1110 same uo puuiisiirii 111
rjATumiAr rnrss for three consecutive weeks,
Now TitrniTiiiii;, nnllco Is hereby given that Fill.
1l tlio l.'.tliil.iy of July, A.J). IMl.at.lU o'clock A.
M nt tlicCoutt Room of Alllnlanl Hale; In Ilonoluln,
be tho time and place for nil such Creditors to appear
nttM proved sam claims, ny mn unuri. a. jtuA,
Ilonoluln. Juno gt. 16-11. (4 Hit) Deputy Clerk. '
e'UI'KEME COURT Ol-' THE II A-
wallan Islands. In Probole. In tho estate of
CHAItl.Kb C01TIN IIAIUtia, of Honolulu, deceased,
Intestate, llcfore Mr. Justice Judd.
On reading and nilng the petition of 1. C. Jones Jr,
W. F. Allen and F. if. Hatch, of Honolulu, Oalm. ul
leglng that Chnrles C. Harris, of sold Honolnln, died
Intestate at said Honolulu, on the second aay of July,
A. 1). 1(81., .and praying that letters of administration
Issue to them: und alo prnylng that they might be
appointed temporary administrators to act until the
hearing of said petition. ,
It Is ordered that TUESDAY, the Sfith day of July. A.
D. 1HS1, be nnd hereby Is appointed for hearing
said petition before the said Justice. In the Court Hoom
or this Court, at Honolulu, at which time nnd place nil
persons concerned may appear and show cause. If any
they have, nhy said petition should not be granted,
nnu that this order b published In tho English and
Hawaiian language's for three successlte weeks In the
"Saturday l'ress' and " Kuokoo" newspapers In Hono
lulu. And that said petitioners be appulntid tempor
ary administrators 11s prayed for.
Dated Honolulu, II. I., July fith, A. I). 1681.
A. KIMNCIH JUDD,
Attest 1 A. ItosA, Justice of llio Supremo Court.
Deputy Clerk. 45 3t
SiMitr..tfi: -tiur or Tin; iiaavaim.x
Islands. In I'robate. In the mattir of the Estate
of WILLIAM IIHO.MI.EY 11AHNE8, late of Honolulu
djccured At Chambers, before Jlr. Justice McCutly
On rending and tiling the petition and accounts ul
Saniuol Jl Damon, Executor of the Will of Wm. Uriim
ley llarnes, late of Honolulu, deceased, wherein he asks
to bo allowed J IIVJC, and charges himself with JUWT
and asks that the same inoj- be examined nnd itpprovul.
and that a final 'ordei may bo made nf distribution of
the properly remaining In his hands to tho persons
thereto entitled, ami difcbnrglng him nnd his surclles
from all further responsibility ns such Executor ;
It Is ordered, thai WEDNESDAY, the 3im DAY of
AUOIJbT, A. D. lbSl.-nt IU o'clock A.M., before tlje
said Justice, at Chambers. In the Court House, at Hono
lulu, be and the sjmo hereby Is appointed ns tho time
and place for hearing snld petition mid accounts, and
Hint all persons Inttrisltd Inny then nnd there appiar
und show cause. If any they have, why tho same should
not bo granted, nnd may present evidence as to who nn
entitled to the slid property. And that this order. In
thu English and Hawaiian languages, he published In
the " hatiirduv lres" and- ' Kuokoa" liewsnancrs
printed and published In Ilonoluln, for three successive
wccks previous 10 tuo time tnurein nppuinteu lursiiiu
Dated at Houolulu, II. I., this SSth dar of .tune, A.D.
1681. I., McO0I.I.Y,
Attest 1 Justice of the bupreme Conrt.
Jso. 15. lUnvAltn, Clerk of Sup. Court. 41 Ut
Job Printing" !
THE Tnvm-JHSIGNED HAVING
-L. just atldil to lilt Mercbunt Street Etubllhmcnt a
JOB PRINTING OFFCIE,
Under the management of nn experienced and
COMPETENT BOOK & JOB PRINTER
la now prepared to attend to allwo-k entrusted to
him with promptness and In tho
HIGHEST STYLE OF TYPOGRAPHIC ART
Circulars, Cortificutua of Stock,
Letter, Nuto, Stulumuut orllilj Ilcatlo,
Contracts, Btiainesa or ViHiling Carils,
Drafts, OnlorB, Noloa, I'rogramtncB,
Shipping; or Mouoy Rccoipts, &c, &o.
This In connection with tha long established Boole
Illudcry, l'uper Hullng, and
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY
Enables the undersigned to lay claim to competency In
all departments, as each Is under tho euro of experi
enced foreign workmen.
THE STATIONERY DEPARTMENT
Will crry a fall line of Tapers for executing Manic
of all descriptions, or lor speilal sires or class of blank
books. In addition to Uu usual full assortment of Com
mercial, Loal und Otll ce Stationery.
Constantly received at tlio Fort St. Store,
Fino Stationery, Hooks, Fancy Goods,
Windsor .k Newtou'it Artlsta' Materials, .
l)uttoriok.' Cut Paper Patterns,
llowen'a Garden SooUh, Ac, ic.
THOS. O. THRUM.
THK 1JNDKKSIGNKI. HAVING
been appointed assignees of th Kstatuof I). W,
CLA1IK. of Honolulu, a Voluntery Dsnktupt, hereby
notify all persons havW any property In their poses.
slon bolonclng to said estate. In deliver thossmo to
tho umlerslgnixl and all accounts duo lo ssld Kstaln to
be psld linmedlatly to them at IheOillco of llyuitu
Uro's. J. IIVMAN,
, Z. 1-KCK,
Atsljfseei of Ilankrnpt Eitsto of D. W. Clark.
Persons having any Hitches for repair wllh D. W.
Clark, previous to Apill, l'Jtb, IWI, , will pleato csll for
them at the nfllej of Hvinan Uro's All watches nut
called for at llio expiration of six montha from date
win ue sola ior ins ocurni 01 ino estate,
, E fECK.
Assignees of Ilankrnpt Kitate of D. W. Clark,
Honolulu, June jj.Ird.im I. 43 Irn
CALIFORNIA POTATOES AND ONIONS
IK CASKS AND UAClrJ,
Naw Crop, t ' O. C. Murray."
KKCKIVKI TM1M BA K,
FOB SALE BY
U0LLE3 k CO.
x D, O. Uimy stast J, A. rtUktaturg, 1 1
Boca, St Louis aud Milwatikio
AUo.XdvT Brt4 of fUe Bour WhUkle
LOVE JOY A CO..
aud 0 Msrchant hlrtet.
flt. II. It. XACFARIiANK, HAH
JU this diy b.en dBiluI a l'artnsrln oui trn.
It.. BcwUis-ArlatrsMUlMfitiiuJslM,WM. All
account of 111 fl.I vt 11. W. Mxcfsiltns 4 Co, prior to
t ls dtt. will b. stid by U.TT, Vfilu,
.... W, JsUCfAktH.MC CO.
Houolulii. July lsl. IMsl. - HsH 44 U
NEW YORK LIFE
ORGANIZED 184 3.
WILLIAMS, DIMOND & CO.,
S. A. SWALM,
For San Frnnelsco, AiiHtralla, Japan and
EX-GOVERNOR FItED'K P. LOW,
Prest. of Local Board in San Francisco.
II. HACKFELD & CO.,
C. 0. BEIIGEK,
For the Hawaiian Islands.
ALL l'OIIMrl OK ; .
Lifo Insurance Policies Iuued.
EXAMINE THE NEW
Extract from n letter of Hon V. F. Lotv,
I cettlry that I havo taken out a " Tontlno" policy In
the iw Vork Life Insurance Co. for $'.iJ,UW)j lliut I m
Knrd It us the best and fairest plan of Life Insurance,
und that tlio principles eutbodlid In tho new plan, after
n careful oxtiuilnutioii, havo iciunvtd tho objections I
havo licrotoforo cntertulned against "Life Insnrance."
I liute atiiidllydicllned to llisuru until the "Tontine"
was presented to rue, Yours cry truly.
It prot Idea for onoV family nt ordinary Lifo rates,
and the money returned yvltu Interest on arriving at
IT OFFERS ADVANTAGES
Far lu excess of those realized from tho Investment of
equal amounts in savings bunks or corporate Blocks of
fering equil security.
SEE LIST OF F0LIC7 HOLDERS!
Each of whom havo Insured on this plan for amounts
From $5,000 to 920,000.
H A V Cnrtor,
J 0 ainde,
William II Dimond,
F T Lonehrtn,
AV W Hnll,
O W Macfarlano,
II It Maof nrluno,
F W Macfarlauo,
F A Schaofcr,
O O Uorser,
ita G Irwin,
II W Schmidt,
J T Waturuauflo,
K 0 Damon,
J I Dowsott, Jr,
J W I'HuKor,
E G WnlTer,
II E Whitnoy,
It W Laine,
O S Wilcox,
Mark ItobinHon, '
Aud many other.
Which Is sufficient Kuarsntco as lo Us merits.
For full Information, apply to
H. alACKI'CI.D t CO., or
8M 42 6m :. O. BEHOEH. '
THK VNBKMlsNEB UKUU T rBK
his Customers ad tbo l'ubll? gepir.lly that
HE WILL REMOVE
, HIS IIUH1NK88 70 Tufa
Shops on Queen Street
ADJOINIO Jl. HACKFJCLU CO.,
ON OK ABOUT MONDAY, MAI 16
Where he will bo prepared to
Manufacture All Kinds
asJOsB Duaip Carta'
Also, to attend to
Uhal) also ksp a
Full and Csmpltis Steok:
MVIM, MrMM, t'
PalnU, tuUl.lUtutf Ut, I,on.
Norway md Hwdi Iron, Mojsshoe..
WHICH I WILL 0VR
(tMiilauMC o tk. sum.. f ' r ' " "
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