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wnsj'jawwjaav. ;i,fcm ?rcV-i.T; il
llnelne a forlhe wee k, onlalrie of ahlpplnt; Interfile,
hare not aianmed liny degree of actlelty to apeak of,
Hie delay In the arrlrulnf the atmr. Ully nf New York
Htirl the preparations for and celebration nf Chlnrae
Nr w Yew by art large a dan nf our re aide nt hare had
n effeetun tradeln general In shipping Ibeanltali
hare ben free, tin Tin1 J, A Kalklnbnrg, W. ( Ir
a. In, W. II Meyer, Eureka, Mary Talham and Kalakaua
from Han Kranclacoj that' It Illshop, from llrenien ,
the vrh'dh lUlnboir, fromcrnlaJ and the, atmr. City
nf New York, from the 1,'olonlra lty thf o arrlrala t
note ery full supplies In til line's n( gentle that hate
been frequently reported eciree for fume time pint, so
that It In fair to presume tint with thf present eti.r k on
hand we mill mil eipe rlf nee. any rrtrcltj for some, time
to come The cargo nf the It. H Illshop In full and
tarled In til the llnea of etaple Eiirnprau goods.
fn niports we nellcn the shipment nf t mull lot of
p(ir ei Atncllt, to Port Tnwnsend, anil thu Duke of
Ahcrcorti, for l'nrlliinil, will likely take considerable at
did the Sir Lancelot for Mine port laat month In con
nection, with I hU dividing of markets for our sugars
learn'thll through the action of the railroad manage
mrnl faeorable terma are likely to eitaue for the
shipment of our angar rttrrliinl, and In the Intereete
of 1 1 Ion agerlclea, Mr H'. II Dlmonil has none
East, taking with him samples of angsra for Chicago
and t I.oule, and will make arrange inente for ship
mente. to thoie porta either !y contract or appoint
ment of amenta In the aim nf controlling the freight
trade of thrs lalamla'lnlhe I'acMc L'oaal tlinj' Jl. a
R. Co are having two line stcamera uf ?,? toua bar
then each, specially for the direct trade between r"au
Kranrlato and thla poll, the Brat ofnhleli la eipcctrd
our May 1st, and tho second a month later. These
eletmers will ply In addition to the through Auelrallon
line We know that thla will be far preferable to onr
nierchanta and planters, and It la hoped that all
arrangements will bo completed eo that there need be no
more Ion ptoagea by the way nf the Morn after the
Completion of the voyages to Now York nf the eceseli
already chartrrrd by Mcasra llackfild .t Co The
Ailonla, the pioneer vessel of their fleet, In thla line,
leaves tiMlay Willi a full cugo of about f..lltoni and, wit
believe, I) iho Aral direct shipment to that port for
Mr. .lames Campbell has, we lenrn, completed the
purchase of the Auailn property .Mending from Dr.
JlmTin.itin'a late aland nu Merchant St, to and down
Kurt HI. and Joining Ida prraent brick block tinw In
cnurae of erection, for tho aitm of $ Vi.iasi It la planned
to 'hnlld a line two-atory block on thla property next
yeir the lower portion to be of Iron and glata and tbe
upper part of the fliut aiiid'Slune from bla own quarry
al ilon.tiillull. Km, that haa aiipplled material (or the
Anglican Calheilral shortly to bo erected
PORT OP HONOLULU.
Feb. II Am bktne.l A I alklnbiirg. Forbea, from h 1
(let lik C It Illaliop, Walter", from llrenien
13-stm I.lkehke, from U Indwnrd Porta
Kim l.eliua. fiom Maul and Molokal
llAm bgtin W II Irwin. Turner, from tho Coaat
Am wli bk Italnhow, Co 'an, from the Coart
llrlt SS Mary 'lathain, florlcy, from the Coart
Hch Fnunhl, from Hawaii
hell Llliiillho, from Hawaii
rcli Valehu. from Mullkn
Htm Iwulitnl, from Hawaii and Maul
I Am bktne Hurcka, 1'euhallon, from the Coaat
rich Nottle Merrill, from Liihalut
IR Haw bk Kaliikuun. Illgga, fimn the Cot
I' M H S City of Ni w York, Cobb, fm Sydney
Nch Kekanliiohl, from llnnalcl
If hch Kaala, from Ualanau
Feb. II Haw aeh .lulla, Tlerney. for Snnlh Sea It
Am bk Kmerald, Lord, for Port Townaend
llrlt hktnc Loch Li e, .Marah, fur Lnreka
1.1-Am hktii'i Amelia, New ball, for l'orl lllakcly
htm KlUuea llou. for Kuhulul
Htm laa .Maker, tor Kauai
M Am bk l'orct (Joeen, Winding, for the Coaat
fun 1,-liu.i, for Maul ind Molokal
Sim l.lkellkr, for Windward I'orta
Htm C II III. hop, for Kiual
lo-Htm Moknlll. for hoolaii
Am wli bk Ktfiiiliow, Cognn, for acrnlao
16 I"Va Olty of Now York, Cobb, for M Fraud aco
Htmr Iwalar.l. for Mnalaea Konaand Kau
bchr Nettlo lerrlll, for Ltihnlna
Hchr .lenule Walker, for llapun
17 bchr lf nialil, fir Kohalulcle
Hchr Waloll, for Pa inhaii
Sclir Mary roater, Koua and Kau
Vemaola in Port.
Am bktnfl J A Falklnbtirg, Forbes
tier bk C II lllnhnp. Wallern
Am achr Id I Uclmauer.
Am limine W (1 Irwin, Turner
Am btno W 11 .Meyer, Howe
Am bktno Kureka, Fenhnllow
llrlt sh Mar) Tnthiim, (lorley
Haw bk halukauii, Dtgca
Oer bk Adonis, llcharde
Am bktne lilacorerv, Perrlman
Am bk II W A liny. Freeman
Am bk Amy Turner. Nuwell
Am bkCatbarlen, llubbard J
Haw bclne Fomare, Drew
llrlt ahlp Duke of Abcrcnrn. Illnnle
Am btue Morning btar, llray
Veaaola Expected tit Honolulu, from Torelcii
Qer bk Ataltnta, Mohrmann, Mvorpnol, dun March 5-10,
J T Waterhouae Agent
Drlt bk' Karl lialhouale. Jatila, London, rla St Mlchaela,
duo March HMS. brewer Co. Agenta
Am bk Kdwnrd May, Johnron, Liverpool, iluc May 25-
y), U W Maclarlane .t Co, .igi nta
Am bk Kiirneaa Abbey, (lueat, Itoston, due May 1,
C Prewir Co. Agcnta
II r bk Little Hell, Molgnard, Liverpool, T II Davlea
tier bk Mclla, Summer, New York, to atllabont Dec. 15.
Caatle ,v Cooke, Agenta.
Am bk Ferria b Tliompatin, Potter, Nanalmn for Kahu.
S h Cevlou, , toyacc around the world,
PM.SS Auairalla, Carglll, Van Fraucirco, due Feb 11), II
llnckfeld Co Agenta.
Am tchuluna, McCulluili, ban Frandaco, due Feb IS-
ST. W l Irwin A. Co, Agenta
Oer bk Paradox, , llrenien, due , II llack'eld
A Co, Agenu t
Oer bk Adolpli. .due , II Hackfeld A Co, Acta
Am ach Leo, Harrington, Mouth ea lalanda, aide,
Latne & (o, Agenta.
The Morning mar la at borcnaou't wharf, hocdown
The Haw bk Kalakaua arrled from San Franclecnnn
Tliuracli) laat, and docked at Soienaon'a wharf, whtrc
ahe la dlachtrging a geuvral cargo.
The Am bklno Huroku la at the old Cuatnra llonra
wharf dlrcharglng. She it commanded thla trip by
Copt Ptuhtllnw. late of the echr Anna,
The bktne J A Falklnburg It at llrtwrr ACo whirf.
She la under comra ind of Capt Forbea, formerly of the
Mattlo Maclety. aha will n turn to btn ranclaco with
Tie bgtne W II Meyer Is tl Brewer A Co'a whaif.dli.
charging a general cargo ol mdso from the Coaat.
Tlii Gir bk AdonU It at Allen A loblnaoiia wharf,
loaded with a enro of auar for New iork, and will
tall to-day or Monday.
Tho tchr Ida Schuaurr hat hauled In to the Kipla
nade, opposite the diatom lloute, todtacharge lit rear
go of lumber prior In bring bowdowu for repalra.
The llukoof Abcrcoru la etlll dlachtrging at tho old
Tho An bktno Dlacoirry l at tho Kiplanade, loaded
for the Conn, and will rati to-day.
Tho bgtne W (I Irwlu la at tlui foot of Fort alrcetdli
charslni; an aaaorled cargo of nidao from the Coaat,
The Amy Turner hta nearly Untitled dlachtrging at
The llrlt SS Miry Tatium la at the P M N H dock,
Khe ealla Mouday for Hongkong,
ThotlrrbkUll llltUoji arrlted laat Hlturday from
llreuien; ahe haa docked at the I'.M h h wharf, where
the will dlacbargo a general cargo from Europe, after
which alio will hi; laid uu u load augtrfor Nw Yur.
,The Ctlbarlrn tutl I'oinire are In the tlieam walling
Ihejrtiuni to load for the Coaat.
The whaling bk ltalubow touched off IheportonTuea
dty laatai.d aallrd again on Wcdnvaday for a crulae
Tho Felo towed In the W(l Irwin aud W II Mejer to
gether on Tuiaday moinlng laat.
Wo are under "bllgttlona and rolilrp thanks to Capla
Forbea, Turin rand llowo fori iln Ban FraiiUacopapirt,
and l'urarr Plait for late, Aiulraltan papira.
Hie F l SH Australia will be duo fruin tho Coaat thla
p HI, with U h and Jlutopt.ln malla.
There la now probably moro meichtnt veaaelt In pott
loading and rtlacharjliic than' there haa rvrr been
kunwn to be at any oiiir time before. Hlooka like bual
neta along Ilia water front.
Tho Am bk llarvcet Home, from the Coaat for l'uget
Sound, war wretkid Jtu 1'lth near hhoalwntrr lla. All
hapda wele al Iho clew carrying the catgo aahore.
The Aui bk Kdard Mty, Johuaou, tailed from Liver
pool Jau ulh for thla pott.
The wh bk lloundlng lllllow. Jernegtn, vai aiioken
Nnv-XVIhln laldtiH, Ion ret, 5ft V, J0I d.ja out, with -M
hbla aperm oil.
The City of New York carried Iho largest mall ever
dispatched from the Ueiunl I'ost Onici 0.T3J letl.ra
ami UU pkga of newapapcra, Ac.
Thu blk hauler, fiom 1'ujel Bound to Honolulu, was
lo.lua tUovlU of JauutOiaooutgcajuilltawtatof Cape
Illanco. Capl. Wulf was killed wUvn lue vsael ia
sited aud lived about au hour alter being Injured. ' no
crew wc( ukea olf Ibeuieck by the title Orient on
the VMi ol January, aud arrived at L'tupque ou the
I rout Stu Francisco, per Kaltkiaa, rtb ICth Chtt I.
Ileal, Mis Augusta llarilne, Mrs Taiinatt.
For rvouth ta IsUudi, ptr Julia, Feb W IS men tnd
wuuiyn.9UMId.rcu, Uv Walkup, U K Howler, Thot
lltll, Mr Joliusou und wife.
From hu Francisco, per J A Falltubuig, veb IJ A
II betiiujtvur, tl J W ,ilei, u U Waller, 0 li bbeldon, J
Mllltr. ; ' ' " ' ' i
From Kau Frandaco, per Wm O Irwin, Feb lllh J
Prtdley, J tlrnry, Mra L I'taltr, Mra J L Pratt, Il Ml
Mahuu, J II W iui(, j w Carter.
For btn Frandaco, per Forest Quron, Feb H Ctpl
Wt and wile. K Morey, Ctpl Kuaek tud wife, hall
Mejral, Mra J M luibcil, II lleurlebson.J W iUcbllu,
from Ureuiea, or0 HUlihep, Feb W-K Nellsea,
From ban Frtiicttco, per Uurekt, Feb 15th 1 W
Cltrk, U Uutluiau, U kin i., U Drawer. J uo Dunn,
From Htn Frtncltcu, per MvryTtthtm, FtblSiU-lo
From Australia aud New Zraltud, per city of New
York, Feb 1-H Pasieujer, II Cundstu wife, tod 4
children. Mils Uty. A Darker. Key It W I ogan, wife
and calMiru, II blokes, J U Vvruou, O Stiet, U W
From ban (rtucltco, per City of New York, Feb 14
OTShlpmann. f ,'lafnlan Ml Jennie I oyer,
Mieil, Ilnrn. Mlse M Mire W Nlel T Tlilrlton .1
Wlla.m, .1 han. r, T. Martin. .UtUall . Iliiecntil,
A linbrntanrt wife II S inlth V.thntnn. I" Tnlly,
W llnllnrnn. A c ooke, la , Itlrhardfon I. Mcshane,
II Kdcn, Carry. Mra f alrr. Mr I.arann. U" Jlaler,
W Ilohn, I: It Mllea, .1 Nmiman. .1 Matcnnraen, J Piir
dr (J X Mimena. V (lelmann, Mra Henry. K Wei h, A
ectlar, W Vnnder, Mra .lennlnga anil dauibter. Ml
Kirk. J Moore,.! M Kelly, Mra WTlkenaen, Mr J hlrk
land, UWMerlannand He, Mra rancet. JTHiIim
honae T II I'helpa, K A Hart, A Hjmonaon, T V Mor
rlaon, Mra Ogdf n and danshter, Stlia Ijick. C O Herser.
I. Altmark. II M Whllttrd. J II V oolmlngton, 1 C Oale
and wtli, and Tcblneae,
I'rom Man Tranclacn, per MarrTathim. Feb I.VIi
Ilollca.K o.l bl cotton, HolllatirXto. " pkir tnbtr
rot lltrkfeld X Co, 6raea cottona; A Jaejer, V-Jra.ea
eloeka; I rnrhan ,t Co U aka Cnurj l Uoll, I niaea
fnrnltiiret V o llergrr, lea clgara; and mi'J pkga to
From Auatralla nnd New Zealand, per City of New
York, l-'ch in Ihw Ina Agency, I btcntnt Cleghorn A.
Co. II ca confectionery and d gooda; llarkfeld JLC'o, H
ca butters .1 II Honer, I c anddleryi V tl Irwin A Co, 1
In coin. Order, 21 aka potaloo.
From Han Kranelecn, per Kalakana, Feb Ifdh ItorT
II llaakell, Hlpkgroc; T Lack, ca aew machlne, a
cagnna and powder; I.cwere A Cooke, S bdla Ireea.'J
pkd ; crockery; (I I.ucaa, I In hdware, Hi m brieka, '.v)
ooia nme, iiiano
op A Co, Hca fetvinachliiea, Holllaler
t tin, II bla hay, l.r pkgdruga, Iloberlaon A. Co, II pkg
alallonery, llyinan lima, I A pkg il gnoda, U bx oap; A
i, nmiin. vca aew macninea ;i ca imwarej rcnaerrr A
Co, ITUHaka fcid. ID pkg mdae. Dt Ida hay, SMI aka f.onr.
iiwpkggroc. Alien A. iinliliixni. IhIIr alilnglea. v.r.
bla Hat. Unit r M aka feed. U) I
i) ul har. pkg gror,
A Iloyle-. Miorara, S pkr bugglea; It
a: H Leir. 4 borrea. 9
bla hay iUakafrril. N K Mnnn. I raelTicta; Ilolb'a A
Co. till bl'har. A W llnah. N.'l aka feed. I aolkr.H
coopa fnwle, I ca wine; 'I II lurlea. 1 pkir iinlao, a
coopa fowla j N Callen, I pkjr; Capl Fuller 3 pkg grcc;
i, neai, i orgiueitej o iiioiig.v to, :n pkg leather;
C Y Alnna, I'JJ pkggrocirlra
From Han Frnnrlacn, per W 11 Mejer. Feb tlth C
Ilrewer A Co, il boraea, r hbla biead, 3 e moulding', I
tank gaaollne, a bale batting', SI in bucka, K'.Opcul..
liaibbla lime, ".vim thlnglia, IV. -ka hnrlcy. luhlahi.y;
llotrachlaeger ,t Co. II cad gooda; L May. It pkg door";
(1 I. lltr.li, 'JJ bla bayi .1 HWalkT. Ucaahoeaj F
riertr, '.'ra ahoea, F. O Hall ,C Son. .ira hdware and
laalhir; (IHella, ISca fancy gooda. n.nalcnl Inalina,
etc. Hart Hroa.nT pkg groe, Older, II pkg machinery;
M Mclnerny, 107 pkg groe and prnvHona; Pierce A Co,
JH pkg ahln chandlery, M Phllllpa A Co. HT1.' pkg groe,
d gooda, ahoea and tie, Dillingham A. Co, til pkg hunt
wnrc; llatkfeld A. Co. nil pk gr.jc; A Herbert 1( aka
oata, ?l bla hay, tl rn geeao; I' (Ipfpigvlt, 115 ak
oala. in.", hla hi); S M Ilimoii. as bla hay, 1 1 aka Iced, 1
cow; ,1 (1 Spencer, 2 pkgn.
From an I'riuclaco. per F.ureka Fib I'.th llnckfeld
A Co, Wlbbla llmu, S-JO ek Iced, 27r bla liny, IVI.acka
Hour, UK19 poata, .. pkg machinery, 7 ca rottonu. M caaea
cracker-, Il U Clurl, lilra clot aa, I aafe; KollnllA
Snii.rinkg palnte; .1 T alerhoiiae, Jal al: barley, 'M
pkgiiiilaei llollea A Co, 'fire crackrra; COIiergir.i'
aafra. I acalea ; Clldlldd, 10 pkga lauge llxturi . ca
proc, Tiiakaieeil, miblahav; Wlldrr A Co, SUcnaea
iimmonla. "n ak feed, lift bla hay, IHI poata, Siai m
ablnelea; T II l).-i lie, IV) aka feiil.WI bla hay, m l.bla
lline, 15 pkg Iron, U bora Iron; Order, 8 pkg drnga, a) m
brlcka, A W Iliieli. fU pkg groe; F Wolfe, M bla hay,
axiakt feed. I', iikggroi ; Hart llroa, III i aka flour,
pkg groe, T.I Mn.tmnn A Son, 2i"l jd.g groi, 17,'iaacka
feid; .1 T Wuterliouae, '.n eka Hour, -St m brkka; (I
Knglmid ,t Co, IUI eka chnnoal , 1.' Mux -, To pkg Iron
ware, liutf pkga to Ihlneae llrnie, and pkg for Hindi)
From 'an I'rnnclico per .1 A Falkenbiirg. Feb 1 1
Mat Ki lull 7 i croika; llolllilir A Co H pkg lmlllra;
Til Daiial pkg, .VI haralron: (Irlnbaiiin A Co ?,l ra
clgara, 2ca ilgaretti-a, 3 ca 'lobniro: Lcncra A Cooke
r rolla matting, 1 nlanoand Hool: It Mm A, Co i.il tiki?
tea, 'HIT pkg groe, iai k flour, '.'.Vl l,x augur. Ill aka
potatoea, 10 aka nulona, -t, eka fud, (1 cat It lie
ilank, 1.' pkg wngon material; Mr I hi) re lima f HI pkg
groe and produco, Mra liliney J i ninrblc; HolliaA
CoM pkga onlona nnd polntiue, A Heibert ;I7 pkg fur
niture; W II llolmealiipki-Klaaawareondriibberpooila;
F A Schaefer A Co 11 pkfa paper, It llrlere Si. pkg
piper; I. Hoirabl irgir A Co 4 ca rubbrr gooda, 1 ca
iottona;A Ilichiirdaoii 5 ca rubber gonda I ia ahon;
CiifIIo A Cooko 111 bdla plln.1 i. hardnnri'.SI pkg rg
innch, I whcela.:il M brick. Kaibalra Inn: 11 i llttll X
Sou Ml pkg hardware etc. I iw r A Cooke l.VU o.ta, I
pc rhlnini'j.M M ft lumber: W K Foalor!! iikganddlrv;
II I. Filch IK Inili hay; 11 MiKlnley id Imlie liny; W
II Irwin A Co II bdlartaves; .1 I) Laiielblnikegrnnlle!
McClii-tniy A (lllhiur 47 pkg gruc and prodiicu. 4 biik
leather, Kai pkg ahooka;. I S Walker 4S pkg Iron.H pkg
harilware, flilk bnrlej; II) man Ilroikdr) gotala,
SA pkg lob.icco. -jr pkg ahoea, u bt Ink, in pkg aaihlli n,
MJtahata, H Llaiiiiuu W kga powder, llollee A Co Ni
akfenl; Jli Tuiker.J Jl l)aldaon 1 pkg i.ich, 715
lkg tnChlliCae llrllia
From lira men, per C 1! Itlahop, Feb 13 Haekfeld A
Co, 717 bbla ccmeiit. 1'jVlpkg Itqiiora, (i i Up paint, ft
pkg furniture, IMS bla biganud bigglng, I7pkgd to-d.
urecta, etc, I'Otonacoal, rMiilalir, l.'s luialtet. CS
bdl pipe, 10 ca cor Iron, 10 ca plat' a 211 pkg l gooda,
HI eta raltlieuwnre, VJ lima oil III pkg gnu. -MHi.lla
wire, Mkga powder. l5ckabol 511 hla paper. ItKll c
roup, HO c nil, 17 pkj;glaawaie, 11 ca perfumery, Pcka
aoila.ripkzfurnliure, Jnihtei'in.ir n in i -b plan-,
I llicagln, IISbbN tar. Iiik d' a; II - aia-
y, opkga mac; A .laigcr, 1 ca; II Macfarlane, I7ea-ra
lliltior; II htruigcnwitrd Mr- n-ntu i iiiiiii. Phi).
Ilpa A Co, ges wooltua; llyman llroa. Head good-and
perfumery: Order, Il pkg nutju, .1 '1 Waterhouae, M
pkdgoiKla, hdware. etc; Srbaerer A Co, 137 p' iby
gwuilaiid groe, IPdmaoll, 5 pkg liquors; C Keukc,
1 etwflc, I , Vldomann. f pkga
For sjii l'ruiirl'iii, pCr Cltj of New York. Feb 16th
2-17.013 lbaall-ir. MO, M lb. eolee, l.jef liuchr ban tnaa,
17 bx betel leant, 1 ci eifeila, lloln. tlue-, S17,jT.'ft.
For -nn Frandaco, tier Forest (uecn, Feb 1.1 I,v:.
5Vi Ilia ail-ar, Sjl.lttl Ilia rice, Ul bncha Innanas, gca
llrainly. Vat For Jo; Uom Value $S,1M).8J.
For South Sea Manila, ner.Inlla Feb lOih a lot of
tnlao mdae and aiorrt. Value Fgn. $15 fflz VnlucDom.
$J8.75 Trana. Value full IK.
For Humboldt Ilaj, per Loch Lee, Ft h 10 In ballast
and atorta, Value Foreign, $I.W.
For Port Townaend, per Amelia Feb 10 12,C"01bs
angar, ITca liiiuora. Val. rgn. SI'i; Vol Doiu. Sl.oll.
For n Crnlac, per Kalnbow, Feb I5-Fcn, Value $27,
In thla city. February Itth, to tho wife o
Pflugcr, Ktf,, a tlaughler
f J. W,
MATrOON-ONEHA-In thla clt).
II II. Parker, JaHka Minmiv to .M ei
Feb loth, by llev-
LEMON Al Mnkikl, near Honolulu, on Sunday,
February l.'lli, of paralyala of the brain, .lasics s.
I. urns,. i nallve of thu Province or ljuclix, Dumlulon
of Catiidt, and for the-past '.ff yenra a icalcicnl ol Ihia
city, aged Myenre. Mr. l.rinoti leaeea a wife and six
small children to mourn the loss of a kind husband
and alleellonatu parent.
1 liASKIt In llo Kihilu, February lllh, Joii-rFnastn,
a native of Scotland, aged fo )eara. Llecruaed had re
sldnt In Honolulu for the pari 1U years and uus mil
ve aully resptttt-d byallwiiokutw him.
hCIIHIKVKH In Nuuauii Valley Honolulu, aftir a.
iiogerui).' Hiiirse, e.EOROC c-ci.lUKVEn, CKJCsl son or
Mr. II, hchriever. ngedbb yeara.
tui: a rmtiAt 1-iti.s.s
Published for the HaTunntT I'nrea Asvocivtion by
llOIIKKT UlIIKVIi A CO.,
Hook, Job and Uencrul Prltilerv,
Honolulu, II. I.
Notices nf any events nf lutercat transpiring on the
other lalands will alwajt bo lliaukfully recehed for
publication. Correspondents are requested to append
their true namca load communications, not for publi
cation nrcrssnrll), but as a guarantee that the wrltrr
la acting In good faith.
FKIUiUAllY IP, 1FS2.
Tlicro wan u time not many yearn ngo n lien
tlio ii.iuiiiiii win patronized slmont cxclu
sivoly by young inon who probubly linil lets
nectl of it th.ni tlmao who rofueeil to boiomo
its palrone, or having; practiced it with moio
or lea vinlcnuo for it few iIub, win elrovv from
it (litigtiRlcii. Then tlio pariphornalitt win
iitiiiii-ei; iiorizuiitui uiiti parunoi Diira, swlnKiiig;
I r'ngB, Indian clubi unci u npiini;-lHi:eiil wcio
tho chief nxceimuries. It in not surprising
. tliat the) rnntiliu bouamit inonotniimia, nnd that
I only Iho expert found imirh plomniti In cxer.
cine which rciimreil alrentli, atjililv und
akill in thoHo who hopetl to cut olhur llnin u
hnrroy figure na porhiriticra. It was tlio
yomij; nthlila who vaulted well, und while he
wiih tho niluiirntioit of ciilluw youth ho una
thu despair of bin cltkrn wlioao inimclea had
set themselvea rigidly ncjninat all thu lawn of
Kraco, These yount; intnt wero tho leader
who set an vxaniil that was not c.mily fol
low edj Iheir aotiul "flip.ll.tptj" aim tied and
nt.igt;eied tho Uholdor; tlieiy deliL;htfil and
diarouruKcd in tho aiuuo moment, llud Ihoro
I'oun n wity tiiuh tmo und ull might lm
followed mid thus aipronch by cusy sta(;es
the phjidutil porfeclioii nnd conipleteiieas which
is as iitiporlanl to tho living; ss sahatlun
to thodcail, it is prubaWo that few whoculeied
Iho courau would have fallen by tho wnjshle,
und very few would liuvo been discniiriigt-d
from untorinj; it because of Ilia obstacle that
beginners And it to illlllcult to suriuount.
ltrcctitly thero luvo been .tat improve,
meuts in tho art of physical culture. How
could it be olhur io when physicians elovoto
thi'iutclvc to tin deroptjiuetit. Dr. SarRCiit,
now at Iho hvud nf tho new Harvard gjuiim.
sitini, has invented a series of mechanical con.
Irivnucci, which nro so ing;eniouly adapted
to the requirement of beginners, that thero
is no longer any excuso for Iho deplorable con
dition of tho liutuau animal; all who aro not
literally malformed in ty bo inatio whole. Dr.
Sargent is n graduate ol ltowdotn, bred n,
phyr-icinn, n doctor of tho physical culluro of
youth for sixteen jenrs at llou Join, V.ilo nnd
Harvard, n, man of bro.ul viows, high alma,
nnd devoted to liia chosen calling; but to him
will bo due tho thanks of generations to lome
if only Iho progenitors nf tho racn will de
vote a few inuuieiilH e.icli day tusiic.li exercises
ni Iho doctor recoiiiinendi.
Tliinlc for n moment what is poiaiihlo titulor
this very simph- nnd by no ineaiiH fatiguing
regime: tho ribs nro tluiiwn open, strotchiiig
tlio muscles tiftureii them; llm cheat deepens
nnd broadens; more hnirl and lung room is
obtained; tlio lungs expand, moro air enters
nnd tlio voico grows round nnd full ; tho
abdominal region also expand nnd n sound
digestion is insured ; thero is nuturnlly n
much greater power nf cndiiruucn ; tho hands
nro made strong nnd simply, tho neck symctri
cnl, round shoulders slruiglileind ; thero arq,
in short, weight boxes through Iho uso of
whith ovcry niuacle in tlio body is brought
into natural and healthful play.
It is a mistake In ruah into n gymnastic
courso with nil vuthlisinsm which cannot Inst;
belter to do little at first and morn griulnnlly
until enthusiasm awakens with returning
health and strength. There is evidence
enough that theio cuds may bo and nro assured.
Dr. H.trgetit keeps n record of Iho develop
ment of his pupils; in tho measuring room
every entering student ii stripped and more
than forty measurements aro taken und re
corded on n printed blank made expressly for
this purpose; then tho ntuilcut's progress is
noted, and ho m.ty rebuild himself, ns it wore,
by using this, that or thuotherdcvclopor. He
in weighed, his lungs arc Hounded, the strength
of his grip tested; already thero uro mom than
forty thousand of thesa measurements at
Wo aro fortunate, in having as President
of our gynnsiuin a physician who in his prac
tical enthusiasm is a wtutliy rival of v, Sar
gent, Willi Dr. Hutchinson as l'irsideiit, and
ladies and gentlemen of well-desot ved popu
larity ns aids; with tho latest mech.iiiic.il in
ventions easily obtainablo; aud with tiie com
bined intercut of tho people, there ia no reason
why the gymnasium should not become one of
tho permanent institutions of Honolulu. The
natural benefits resulting nro incalculable.
Tho health of tho mind depends largely upon
thn health of tho laxly. Where much pains
and prido mo taken in tho roaring of dumb
brutes, hut little or uo thought is given to thn
physical culture of the young of the hum u
specie. Yet through wisdom and caio tho
r.ico may lit-In ought u that porfuetfoii which
in immortalized in antique art. "Tlicro were
giants in thoso dujs"; if thuro iro none now
savo the few who aro profitably exhibited by
reason of their rareness it is our own fault,
or rather tho fault of our ancestors who be
queathed to us bodies withered by indolence
nnd dobility, nnd tho sluggish temperaments
begotten of them. Wo must bogini to work
lowly. Perhaps it will not be nccossary In
show tlio rigid deliberation that pervaded the
spirit of the last meeting of tho Honolulu
Athletic Association, but lot us go slowly aud
unruly. Let those who predict failure speak
their minds freely; tho tonguo also must be
CAcrciicd, together with tho loss wilfull mem
bers; but though an earlier movement in tlio
tamo direction was not altogether successful,
wo believo that that experience has not been
without results boiiclicinl to iho present ono,
and wo heartily concur with thoso who wii.li
success to this healthful and wholcsoiio
A CRYING EVIL.
If thero bo nny consolntiou in donth, it
ia tho knowlodgo it brings to tho living,
that now, nt lonst, tlio body is tit rest nnil
llit! tongues, of those -who cannot prniso,
will cenbo to bliimo tho memory of tho
ili'pnrteil. "Wo may pnrdon tho fimorenl
pomp, which is too oftoa but an empty
bhow, since it is almost tho only form of
ospret-sion pcimihsililu in thoho who wish
to honor tho iniinininto dust, but lately
loviug and beloved, nud now hold Bticred.
There is nothing uioru imprebsivo than
tlio eternal sileneu of which this is, alnsl
tho perishable symbol; and thu few hours
of tearful nnd prayerful watching that
intorveno between tlio clone of lifuand tho
entombment nro thrice precious, inasmuch
as they seem to lead us thiough the dark
valley with tho soul of tho beloved. AVo
aiohand iuhnnd with death; tho bitter
ness of tho blow passes from us, nnd wo
aro moro willing and better ablo to utter
tho iitjiil, tho mournful, tho iuoxproshibly
It is at such a time ns this that all
things should bo done decently and in
order, not only for tho sake of Ihoso whoso
hearts nro sti etched, bleeding upon tho
rack, but becauso this last tribute of
respect can nuver again bo paid. Tho
dumb clay in tho casket, yonder, appeals
to tho hnidest heart; its helplessness is its
stiength; so shall our dust appeal to tho
sympathy of others whon our timo has
come. Not only is it moot Hint wo chorir.li
thu remains so long as tho semblance of
sleep is preserved, but thero is tlio possi
bility, pi oved over and over iigiiin, that life
may jet quicken tho dust; that it is but a
sloop after nil, out of vhich tho Bleepor
awiikoiH and, in somo cases, with a knowl
edge of all that has transpired during tho
Consider for a moment tho agony of ono
iiwiikening in tho gruvol grunting Unit
lifo cannot exist thoro for moro tliun n
low minutes or a few seconds, what nio
thoso seconds to tho victim of prcmntnro
burial Picture if you dare, tlio incon
eoivnblo agony of one, who though dead,
yet livoth, and whoso consciousness is
almost superhuman, as it tho foul uoro
hulf out of tho body und could sect with
tho eye of tho All-seen. Think! you
dare not, of tho increasing horrors of
this helpless ono ns ho hstons to tho
desptiiriny cries, of thoso nbout him, wit
nesses (ho propniatiouH for his entomb
juont, and is Ikjitio nlio uuto tlio grit vol
In timo of poatilonce, or in u donth
resulting from contagious disease, it is
necessary to iuter tho body us spooedily us
possible; under no other eireunistuuces is
it propor or permissible. Doubtless ut
sucli periods ono or anothor may bo still
possessed of somo lifo, if not of somi-con-sciousuess.
Our climate is comparatively
temperate. At no senson need wo fear to
show duo resiHMit to tlio dead. But thero
is a custom hero which is criminal and
which bus becomo a neuiultil in tho mouths
of nil who Iiuvq knowledge ut it. It would
bo ditlioult to say uion whoso shoulders
tho fault rests. It is enough that it exists
to day, aud if tho judgment nnd tho mercy
of thoso who lmo in their hands tho com
mitting of tho dend to their graves bo not
nwnkeued to tho ouoruiity of this offence)
thu law should enforce such deliberutiou
iu tho celebration of tho obseepiien us sUull
prove beyond question tho ubsoluU extinc
tion of life.
Hero when a man dies suddenly no
questions aro naked, or if they am asked,
thoy nro miHViored variously und ovnsivoly.
It is henit disease, or paralysis, or an oer
doso of morphine, or a fit, or sonieihiiig
elo. In n fow hours, oen before tho body
Iim lost its natural wnnnth, it ia buiicd
out of sight. A man is thrown suddenly
into convulsions', dies nnd is buried, as if
his taki lg-oiY wero not to bo questioned.
There r.ns n time when all unexpected nnd
unncco tntnble denthi wero clnssed under
tho lie.id of "Visitations of Diviiio l'rovi
dence,'' nnd it would havo been considered
iiroveient, if not sacrilegious to submit
the case to the investigation of a coroner's
juiy. That time is pant.
Sudden deaths luivn been of frequent
occurrence in this community during tho
past fow months. If ui mo to be stricken
down without warning in our prime, whilo
it is jet day, lot us know whether it bo by
the visitation of Dmtio Providence, or
beeanso wo nru living lives which tend to
untimely death or that the blood-guilty
nro working their mj'sterioits wnj's.
A post-moi tern examination is requisite
in alniokt ovcry case. It is n satisfaction
to friends nnd a scrvico to friends. It
stands with uplifted nun between the pois
oner mid his unsuspecting pre-, nud it.
settles beyond pernehentiiro the vexed
question which otio linrdly dares to ask,
though it is ccriiiliisinitid,"is thisreallv
und truly deatht"
What wo need, which wo should have, is
n morgue', a mortuary chapel, in which
tho l cumins of tho recenUj' deceased innj'
lind shelter when friends refuse tlioin litis
last boon; a chamber such as receives tliei
dead of Munich and whither i(7 aro borno
almost as soon iis breath has loft the body
mill where, in tho midst of llowers and
beautiful surroundings thoy lie in tho
enro of faithful wnlcheis until Dentil has
set his unmistakable) seal uiioii them.
When it litis 'count to such a pnss that
those who eliu in tho morning nro uiidor
the soel in the nflonioon of tho sumo riny.
it is high time Unit the authorities seo to
it that this iuuxcusublu nutl indecent linsto
is checked nnd in tho liaiiio of humanity
wo npponl to them.
A largo sheet has recoutly been published
iu Xew York with tho heading, "Specimen
Monopolies.- The Standard Oil Company and
the Hawaiian Treaty Monopoly." It con
tinues: "Tlio Atlti-Monopolj League usks
thu attention of thu press nnd tho people of tho
United States to tho following statement re
garding two commercial monopolies" Then
follows numerous extracts from the papers of
California rind some of the Southern States,
containing fierce attacks on Col. Sprcckels and
the Hawaiian Treaty. The docuissent is sign
et! by Ij K. Chittenden, President; Peler,
C'uopei, John II. Kegati and Harris M. l'l.tis
ted, Vice-Presidents; F IJ. Thuibcr, Tieas
urcr ami Henry Nichols, Secrelnry. It is
no trifling itflair when rer.pcct.iblu persons liko
Peter Cooper, one of tho most philanthropic
in America, F. 11. Thurher, tho head of Iho
largest grocery house in the world, and L. K.
Chittenden, an ex-member of Congress and
one of tho prominent merchants of Xew York,
will put their names lo such a document. It
means that tliousiimlR of people will believo
tho charges of slavery becnuso these mon
havo endorsed them ; niiil they have taken
tho step no eloubt believing thoy aro in tho
right, for tho frionds of Hawaii havo been
so tardy iu making tho truth known abroad,
that the oft-repealed and long.uncontrn
diclcd sloiies of tho Qhmuic'c anil its lying
satellites, aio accepted as the real facts.
THE UNITED STATES AND HAWAII
The ftillowiiiEetHtorfhl letter written from
Wiisliiiigttm, is by Frsulk M. Pixlej1 to his own
paper, the S.in F.uicjsco Aryaumtl, of Feb
ruary 4 th, concerning! the prcsont aud pros
pective political und commercial relations be
tween tho United States and tho Hawaiian
Islands, Thero nro few, probably, outside
of Iho U, S, Stale Department, who can epoak
moro authoritatively on tliis subject:
" January 23rd was fixed by tho Senate
Committee, of Foreign Relations to hojr argu
ments upon tlio various bills nnd resolutions
concerning Hawaiian commercial reciprocity.
Tho miuislor of Iho Hawaiian Kingdom, Judge
Allen, who, by virtue of seniority, is ile.ni of
Iho diplomatic corps, was present. Mr. 11. A.
1'. Carlor, Minister of tho Interior, (on his way
to Europe,) with others interested as refiners
of sugar ut the North nnd growers of cano at
the South, wero also in attendance. Tlio free
traders in Congress will hold ou to this treaty,
lhoso who desire a reciprocity- treaty with
Mexico nud the States of Central Ameiicn will
not consent to its repeal. I doubt whether
tho protectionists proper will dnro to mako tho
issno on tho revocation ot this treaty. Aside
from iho question of revenue, or tho prico nf
sugar, or tho tieatment of tho hiietl laborers
trout Scandinavia or Portugal, Ihoro are broatlor
and mora iiuportunt questions involved. Politi
cil lousiduratioiis will dcloriniuo all this busi
ness of Hawaiian relation to tho United States
of America, ltefiiiera or sugar-growers, with
their niiti-tnotiopoly delegations, ihoir paid
lobby, ami their interested advocates, will, iu
my judgment, cut u very unimportant figure in
tho -adjustment of our political, social, nnd
commercial relations with the Sandwich Isl
ands, "There has been a very lively diplomatic,
corieapiiudcuco bclwoen our (lovemment mid
the Clovoriimeiit of Kiigland in refo'onco lo
these" Islands. Tho I rail 1 1 ions of our State
Dopiiitmuit, siuco a time, before our civil wnr,
uphold with ujeudresolutjou, tji.q. jjclerHiillii-.
tinu that no forcigji power shall obtain tiudiiu
ii'lluenco aver these Islands, or obtain upon
them a foothold that will, in nny contingency,
permit them to become antagonistic tn Ameri
can interests, Secrelnry Seward, it will bo ro
mcmlwred, kept nu American ship of wur in
the harbor of. Uuuultilu during our civil war.
Secretary Fish Is tho author of the present
treaty. Secretary Kvuits, after evidencing mi
intention of ubaiidoiiing tho tradition to which
I huvo referred, wan compelled to buck ilnwn.
Secretary lllaine (nought to Uio discharge of
hi duties us Secretary of Stutu a determina
tion to uphold the Aiuericsn doctrine tho
Monroe Doctrine iho doctrine of national
self-let iicct. In lilt correspondence in refer
ence to tho Isthmus canal, Iho Clay ton-Bui wor
treaty, and thu Chilu-I'eru embroglin, lie took
an advanced position, nnd the only cue con
sistent with iho dignity of a nation that num
bers over fifty millions of people, nnd whichi
by vlrtuo of in nuiubeis, its intelligence, iu
form of government, ami its geographical locu
tion, charged with the destinies of this
hemisphere. As American, we have always
applauded tho KuglUh for tho sitertiou of
their rights among all (he nation ; wo havo
admired them for making llielr flag respecttd,
It t time now for American itateitnandilp to
atiert Itself in a fesrlc and retolule luainU
usuce of the Mon rot Doctrine, which, I tuk it,
uitsui that wo wilPuiind our own buiiue,
ami that all other nations, Ihglanil inilttdetl,
shall he enmt riled to mind theirs,
" Thin elortrine Secretary Illains began to
nsscrt with commendable cinphnsis. It is a
position w hlch, when understood by the Ameri
can people, will bo appreciated by them and
upheld by them in spile of tho misrepresenta
tions nT I'nglish jniirnnls, slid those 'Ameri
can 'journals, the Jleittltl, die Timet, and the
Erentm) 1'oil, of Now York, whoso editors,
writers, and proprietors nro I'ngllsli, with
Ihiglislt views in rofcirnce to Atncricnii poli
tics. "When the coirespondeiico of tho Stato De
partment becomes public, it will be seen that
by fsr tho most spirited chapter is that con
cerning the Sitidwich Islands, in which Sec
retary Blaine laid ilnwn, without equivocation
or limitation, the declaration that the United
Stiilcs of America would not pormlt any for
eign (.ouiitiy to obtain domination over the
Sandwich Islands; that it would not permit
them to bo Aslatici7eet; thnt it would not per
mit tho introduction of Anglo-Indian coolies,
with a reserved right of lliitish jurisdiction
over them through Uuglish tribunals; that tho
Onvernmont of tho United Slates iroinV moi
pirmit there Ihiiirji lobe tfoiie, even tctth the con.
tent of thi Ihurnwin Uotcrmnent. Tho Oov
erninelit of Iho Uliiletl Slates will tin one of
three tilings: It will maintain with the Isl
ands a reciprocal treaty, or will give them a
military protection, or will annex them ns a
part of our republic. This is in accord with
the opinion of ml politic il parties. It is in
harmony with thu desires aud wishes nf all in
telligent classes, nnd it is the spirit of n dip
liun.ilio correspondence with Uughitid thnt has
been had. It is the spirit of the diplomatic
consultations that have been held tt Washing
ton between tho Stale Department nnd tho
llritish embassy. It is Iho spirit of (he letters
of instruction from our Stale Department that
preceded King Kuhik.iua on his trip around
tlio wot Id, nud moro than that, it is I lie spirit
of our present Slnto Department, under tho
diiectiuu and control of Secretary Ficliughuy
scu. "The price! nf redwood lumbor or Oregon
pine, the cost of sugar iu California, Iho dol
lar lost orilolhus won fiom revenue, will cut
no figure in the legislation that will ultimately
control the commercial nnd political relations
between the United StaliM of America nud the
Sandwich Islands, There is tin question of n
intionnl i-hiirnclor moro important to tho Pa
cific Coast than this. We shrink from a mili
tary protectorate ns something not at all in
harmony wilh our institutions. V0 de not
desire to annex these IbIiiuIh, as nil sorts of
embarrassing complications would bo likoly to
misc. Let the Sandwich Islands mni.itiiiu
their independence, govern thcmsolves unilcr
favorable treaties wilh our country, nnd let
their people nud their business men have firm
confidence that l hey nro not lo bo abandoned to
Knglish intrigues, nud that in no possible con
tingency, this Bide of a elisnslrous war in
which tho United Stales of America should bo
defeated in arms, will any foreign country be
permitted to control tho Sandwich Islands, or
float its Hags nbovo them,"
Things Wiso and Otherwiso.
Correspondents on tho other Islands nnd on the
other districts of this Island contmuo to write of
thu illicit distillation of vkvlelmo, which is in some
place carried on qaito openly.
In nnothor placo appeals it letter from 'WnlanHo
which refers to a speech made nt that placo dunnit
tho late cnnipniRn when the dividing of tho com in
the Hank vens ntlvised. Have wo prot-rcwel ho
that wo ore, already eluvelopuiR Nihilism, Commun
ists, Socialists nnd Kcnrneyites amongst as 7
A brnchnre entitled " History of tho Tnkine of
California nnd Oregon by the Chinese in tlio year
lH'J'J," 1ms recently been issued by Bancroft inSau
rrnncihco We hnvo not jot seen it, but presume
it civoH an account of lio " l'rincc Tsn FutiBymig
Tungtii, in command of six of tlio most powcrfol
irnii-olnds iu tho Imperial Navy," ou his way to
Cillfornm called in lit Honolulu nnd Robbkel up
the Island Kingdom.
Wo sighed for nBerp.b. the other day ns we saws
bravo (?) truck driver unmercifully lashing his
horae white drnwine; n full load of csso goods, ap
parently for no other purpose than to hear the
lotul orack of his whip. Further on we im t three
heavily loaded teams with tho animals tLgumij
for eloar lifo through tho ruuil-wnstos of the Es.
pi inndn nnd the native helper to each lazily heated
The Ilenevolout Societies and tho publie are
cautioned nRainst whnt nppears to be n "Rrossim
position" on tho part of nu nble bodied foreigner
who, though ho has iu a number of instances
obt lined money nnd clothitu; to enable him to get
lo Mam, evidently prefers tho Metropolis, for lie if.
still nuiongst ns, and wo hear of him Iiistupplrinr,
to an association fur relief. Wo desire in nil cne-s
to lie its chnritable ns imssilili-, but wtt think there
is a limit when charity ceases to bo n virtue.
It will be generally conceded that ono of the
most important requisites in nu Assessor of Gov
ernment taxes is tho quality of thoroughness in
followina up people, In fact, the keen scent nnd
persovernnce of a terrier hunting for n nit, is a
trait most to be appreciated In thcte officials.
UiU thtinjjht was forcibly brought to mind the
other day, when n native womnu showed us n lax
bitl that sho was threatened with boiuo sued for.
It was, to lio sure, ngnliist her husband, who died
somufour jearsngo; lint that foot does not mill
tata against tho value of our previous icmnrk.
And yet, the inquiry oime from benighted AtiHtra
Im tho other dny, as lo whether Wei were actually
civilized yet nt these Islands 1
AN XPKIUKNOKI) AJfl) UKI.il.
r ')Ib man to tiiheiliarcvof aCr.ttle llancl-e.
. Atlelreaa Jt.,MJll,
T7 MM Ht Uiini.hilii l'nat Ofllee.
IS UK i:STATK OF J AM 13 8 S.
A LI.MUN.uf Honolulu, iheeiiscil. All pt rinna hav
" culms u.-ulnat ilia above nainttl estate nhrtlier
teeuretlor ullirrle will please present llm suiiid at
once, anU all lliu.o oveins Iho ttid estate Mil make,
pu) meal al once, to
iiENity il M,u:titi...-i;,
, , , . . THrtpIrnry Atlniliilirutnr.
Honolulu, February 16th. Icej. rrtf
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS !
Expected 'ext Week from Sail Francisco, a
Full Assortment f K. J. Hon en's
FRESH VEGETABLE FLOWER SEEDS.
which Mill he on sale. In quautltlra to suit.
T THOS. C. THRUM'S FORT STREET STORE I
Orders frum lha other Iiluuda carefully
77 Im attended In. m-a jm
Foreclosure of Mortgage.
TIIK UNDEKSIONKD OIVKS NO
that, he Intends to foreelose a certain ninrlrnee.
flee n by SI. kuaea to H. 11. llnrrnwa. dated March Mth.
iNJI.rrcnntfilln llbrriS, lollo '.'I.I, in secure payment
of a nutu fur 5!7 7S. for hrrach of condition thereof, tn
win noii.payuient nf Interest as provided by salil unlet
ai.d after Uue admileemtnt, aa provided by law. ho
will sell al public auction the properly descrllml In
laid mortuaiie. elat lhat new wcxwl.-n ilwelllu" houen
wilh appiirlenances, situate,! on the niakal sldu nf
bchool birtvt. uear the mam. In lluuolulii, staudlni:
on laud of said Jl. Kna- and now occupied by him
"H Ailniliililrjlnr Eslate H II llnrrowa
ertyn their ebariry belonging Iu said esiati. ars te
nucsted In notify the administrator of the uniewlthout
elelay. All parties hatlnc claim asalust laid catala
.,.mV.vm.uiujii nuui sauio. uoly sol&CDtl'MteU,.
to the uudcraUntd within slxuiontba.or Ihey will ba
foreeer barred. II. I'. WOOD.
AdralulaiialorEalateof l'.Kanukils, dceaed.
Kohala, febiuary 10h, ii ' 77 St
v- t 7 "fi-""!'""""!""airaior or me estate nf
kamakala. 1st (if Kuhala. deceaied, hereby until,, all
""'.' Indeble.1 to said estate tn make I mum! Isle. pa).
ment tn lnt ucdrralvnci . s.ul .11 ....m. h.i ' '.
A. "W. BUSH. Manager.
Hay, Grain and Mixed Feed
OF ALL DESCniPTIONS,
FOR STOCK OF ALL KINDS !
The California Jlny nnd (Irnln or the Ceimpuii) Is of VIIUY MUI'KUIOIt (JUAMTV, .Srlrctfd
t'nrcfully by the Mnnngrr Diirlnp u Ucccni Visit tn the Const,
ON HAIDD, ID BALES W JAY, MOO SACKS OF KRAIBT
WE GUARANTEE TO KEEP CONSTANTLY SUPPLIED
Very Best of H,y- cuad C3-iralrL' !
And enn S.-11 Iho same AT TIIK LOWf-ST HATES, AH T. 11UY I.AIKJKIA' AMI FOH CASH.
'Jo tliosu Consumers who hnve hereloloru Imported for The msi Ives, v Solicit their l'at-
ronnKe, trusliiiK wo can ijive HatlalnLtlim, thereby savitifi them llino nnd labor.
direful Allciilifiii (liven tn the Sliljiping 6f Onler.s to tlio Otlier THlnnils.
Liirge Additional Sitpiilies uro now on the ivny per Eureka nnd
Kiilakuiiii. tar All Onlei'N to lie .Sent to
J. -W. BUSH,
7t RtQ flm MANAOKU OV UNION FEIID CO.
We Beg to Notify Our Many Patrons
"Wo H-xt rteooxi-fcly Ilol-va.!
V Ztnr so Addition to
OUR USUAL STOCK OF HAY & GRAIN
AND THAT AT NO TIME
Since we Commenced Business
WITHOUT HAY OR FAILED TO FILL ALL ORDERS
of Our Regular Customers, nor Havo Wo Advanced tho Prico
to thorn during tho Brent scarcity of Hny in tho post fow month tind
We will Continue to Sell Hay and Grain
as Cheap as it can be Purchased
in Honolulu !
ALIs ORDERS PROM THE OTHER ISLANDS FOR
Goods, Wares or Merchandise,
Whether in Our Line or not, will
be Filled at Low Rates, and no
Commission Charged. Telephone No. 147
FOR HONGKONG DIRECT
Tier Al UrltUle Neuisitile
rfS&. Mary Tatliam,
Jllir.V 41U1II.KY. CUMMAXIIIlH.
Will Lsave for the above Port on Monday
tbe 20th inst., at 3 p. m.
53 For Krcljrlit anil rasa-ejo Apply to
77 II. 1IAUKKC1.I1 A CO.. Agrnts.
FOR SAN FKANUIfCU.
Will have quick dispatch for the above pert.
Fur freight or pasMe, apply to
77 bT3 K. A. SCHAEKEIt A CO.
FOR NEW YORK DIRECT
J3&. Tlic Al AwtHcan Bark
Ci .xxx-y Turner,
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above port
l'or Krclzht aud rassagr Apply to,
77 Sn II. HACKKKLU A Co.. Aganla.
FOR NEW YORK DIRECT
Tlio Al eirrniau Hark
O. XS.. Plwliop,
Will load for New York with Dispatch,
to follow the Amy Turner.
l'or freight ami passai:f, apply lo
STJI 77 11. HAUKFELD .t CO.. Agenla.
l"Ult SAM I'll AN CISCO.
Tho Klne Kcw Clipper llrlanllne
TTiia. O. Ir'wiii, &
Will have Quick Dispatch for above port.
Kor I'rslsht or l,iiKe! apply ti
bW WM. 1 IltWIK A fn.. AKenla.
R)lt SAN lltANCISCU
f t The Kln American 111 Ik
rfv.! IS U aJi IM B?a rm sa
ffj W. n. IIICI K f f"
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above Port
For Krileht or passage, apply lo
..KM . ..t, o. HltEWEH Co , Acealf.
FOH SAN FRANCISCO.
y THF. FAST 8 UMNO 1UHKKNTINK
$& Jano A. Falkinburg
3VSS. KOIIUES, Matter,
Will have Quick Dispatch for the abovePort
l'or Krelu'ht or 1'aaaage, apply iu
'! UAbl I.E A COOKE. Azenla.
Thft i 1 t'.-t tlaltlr,. ll.lll.l. Ut.1
. wtiiuk wsitSBU aJHip
.tj. " UliJlK Of AUKHCOHX."
Will have Quiok Dispatch for abova Port
Fur Krelsht, apply to
Ml 7f. llli:0. H DAVIEh. Co.. Agents,
FOlt SAN FRANCISCO.
THE A 1 HAWAIIAN
Will have Qulek Dispach for the above Fort
For freight or paasaco apply to
Sal W. . IIIWIN ACO. Aients.
A. FRANK COOKK.
AHENT FOlt TIIK FOLLOW1NU COABTatHBl
WaUlW. I a MalcOa
Watolt Jf If J1U
Wai.ko, Swk Waial.
rLAt-K4 l WMU ftll. Oc.-Co,n of .jceeu
LAINE & CO.
For ban Francisco.
Tlio American Bark
3&V lrXelen W. Almv
2KXL1 '. v- .-
aassfjsar rnr.nnAH, Master.
Will have quick dispatch for above port.
Knr KrclKlit crl'arsaKo, apply'to
""' ' ' OASh.K .t COOKK. AecnU.
FUR SAN I'liAiVClSCU
THE AMEKIPAN I1AIIK
Will have quick dispatch for above port.
Knr fttllit or passage, ripply to
"' l5 CASltE 4 COOKE, AstnU.
For San Francisco.
Th Atocrlcan Barktmln
HaC22&" I-EIllUajTAN, Maalrr.
Will have Quick Dispatch lor above Fort.
For freight or passage apply lo
wan w. 0. liiurv.e-rr. ....
ITUSLlEl X A TIT .-f
Mramer LUellke will learo Honolulu each Tuesday
at Iv.n.. tkiKlilneat Luhaina, Maalain 1ay, Slakena.
MHliukuna, kauulhue. 1 ai.pnbin'hoo and lill.i.
lilnrnliiK Hlllluiuh at all Ihe abuve pprts, arrlyinc
at lluiinlulu.(ach buuday x, . fc
ear Creatll fetr rtaeage Maatry. tm
'e iioallUely rvfnae to open account for Fassaeva.
and we I niticulurlj rail llm allcniluii of the trutclliiir
pulillcliilhoiie-essllyof havliijr UafRaco and Frelihl
plainly matked; the htrainer will uut bu respoustbla
forauyiinuirk,dllasi;ase,ur for Freluht or VarecU.
unless HrcctplHit leei.
Frelijht Monsr Dm on Demand,
,,'j "" "".HsItHnrpailUa not responalhle. or
nnkniiw n, tho frelfhi mouey will bo require iflnadTanca
lAJK.tU.N est I.KtTOHN auel HSXtJi SSl'M.
HK Sa.AINS.Y MAHKKIt
For the pirly whom Ihey are for.ur plainly stated In lha
receipt in vvlinni Ihey art C'li.ljiied. J '
one iwITth' '"' Ul"""1: "' lo" "" b within
In no vane liable for Insa or .necldent In live slock.
lfnT. ll": Urljcra. Ilnys.andauih like, will not be
allowed on liirl the hteamer on arrival, until after lu!
paa.entfer hare been landed. L "
M1L11EK CO. '
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco,
TIIK fl.ENnm arrEASMsMir e
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SIR FMNCISU
On or about Monday Feb, u,
FOE SYDNEY VIA AUOKLaUrpi
TIISJ NrI.SlMnin SsTKAHssHir
On or about Saturday, FrtvltHh.
Kur Kre'fbl anil raaaage. "PVlr In
NletrexS. frca tStaraja. la ska rCV?ea
Woraliaiear near Seaa USesaaaar Stawrf.'
From Honolulu to Xilo Dirt
The A I Clipper lithMatf,
Will tall from Honolulu lollllo direct, aasl alllulltt
Inlarniadlsla Poafa on ih. ....... -.
for fnliiht or ratsue, apply to Ike Caatala aa kvu
rUMIKR IHU rM Ml FMMCIICI
mm? Merchandise- rccelrrd Maeaca Ir. bbbbV
and liberal Mh adtancea madt r.nXKm! kM
q ahlpaieau aeiVE