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ny E. r. An a Ms,
REGULAR CASH SALE
THURSDAY, MARCH 9th,
A I let A, ,H nl u,r llnniti,
AN ASMIItTMKNT OK .
Dry Goods, Clothing,
AND NEW CROCERIE8 !
! Fine lltnn !ncl,
.-(Vl stlfnei.la iotalne.,
s-atk. .'niii e iw l urn,
l ases An.iMllan Iimirr. Jacks Osls
Furniture and Chairs !
1 SADDLE HOHSI
i: I" A1U.M. Aoe'tr
ii:w w us i : it ooiis
Block, Fort St.
and we Corrli.ill.r Invito the Publto of
Honolulu to C.ill ntul KiJin-
E3. F. fiL ID . 3V51 S,
AT THOS. G. THRUM'S
MERCHANT ST. STORES
hare been received farther additions to hit
Full Stock of
EX STMO. AUSTRAL! A. Also. foil stock, of
Flower Garden Seeds !
Base Ball Goods, eta, etc.,
to which the attention of the public
U respectfully Invited.
Orders from the other Island, faithfully attended to.
FEE8H GARDEN SEEDS !
Eiptttrtl Jfrxt Wrek from Kan Franrlneo, a
Full Assortment of . J. Bo-en'a
FRESH VEGETIILE I FLOWER SEEDS,
which will be on fair, In quantities to silt.
AT THOS. G. THRUM'S FORT STREET STORE !
Orders from the other ItUtidi carefully
TTIei allcndi-J to. Kltlm
llomes Made Comfortable I!
Readers will Observe that
w-r a a Ti'vv llssT'IM IVl'iVcv
XX. as ret. .accce ded to the lead of ill oil r riclnrlal
.i.ti.i.iir i'k(u-r 111 in itin num. ! nape, srd lull nr
'OHHOMOS with the Irtt tiumUr of the psp-r snd a
covr of the paper by acb mall iiramee fur ttttitc
rouutb.. Addicts JOntTII K. WlhKHAN,
Omcs 77 Merchant M-lloDolnla.il I. B WHm
Little's non-poisonous, and
Disinfectant and Sheep Dip.
AS A tllSINFKCTANT
and dodctiirr for bnsibbold and hospital an Ihli
, val.abt. prruaratkosi, hat all lh rood qualities ul caib
olieaeld. llHomiit dladMIu, bciur nus.isut.uii
ou.. sal "I lilrataM od ur. At au anlrMpllc,
I.;lici4e, ..d kHluu lot wuuudt Au, lu all auliual..
Il .III Im fossa oust raUatlvas
AS A SHEET DIP
for dlsplar or hand dressing a remedy for scab or
Mw if, Il la tolalljr vsLalslr, and la larrrlr u.rd lu
California, tka Amir llsa (.'oJo.lcs a.dOuuifc Alaer
lt. lu.utd of checking II promote Iba rruwtk of
wool, s4 adds to the suptaranct and qualify of Iba
UewrljKlie clrralara and dlrwlloui fi-r dm will Ix
r fainlaW ou application to
irr ThM.H. BhvImAC.
von SAN KJ.ANCI.sru
The rine I Upper Scliimrr
ifiSk S. 1ST 1ST uA..
M''ur Mei'HI.I Kill, .MANII.U.
Will harn Qulolc DIptoh for nbove Port
IVr I'reitht nr I'ak.aae, a pljr lit
"1 WM tl IIIUIN ,t I tl. Amenta,
For 8nn Francisco.
r The Vatmlle l'ae hrt lUiVrnllna
tJWSU J'K.NII.M.I.OW, .Meter,
Will liiwo Quick Diapntch for nbovo Tort.
For freight or pAe npply a
ml!? ll IIAfhFKI.il A I'O.Ajjenta
VO'M SAN KKAN('KQO.
f .111. 1IA.II..' I1A1IK
V. i. " A " A T a
V jTa J J. V JX U J
Will linvo quick dispatch for the nbovo port.
For freight or puMte, apply to
TJ T1 I' A SCIIAKFRIIA f(.
VOR NEW YORK DIRECT
The At Aiaerlfan IlarV t
-A.jxxy Tn.xia.o:i., OTb
Will linvo Quick Diapntch for tho nbove port
For Freight and l.Mi;r Applj to,
TT Tl II II U'MIJl.i. A Co., Aq.nl..
FOR NEW YORK DIRECT
Tho Al Herman Hark
IMUS. V(Hn:HS, Mnatrr, J3i5i
Will loud for Now York with Dispatch,
to follow the Amy Turner.
For freight and parraire, apply to
J!p 1 1. jIACUFKI.I) .tC(i.,Ai;enl.
FOR SAN IMIANCISUU.
The Fine New Clipper lltlgnUnc
ai Wm. c-. i ,Avin,
Will hare Quick Dlipntoh for nbove port.
ForFrrtahter FaMe, pply in
JW WM.tt IKWIK A Co , Arjcnta.
FPU SAIN J'MtANOlSOO
.rA The Flno American IIiIr
m"Vi. H. MEYER,"
-WiBBK iiowe, mati:i,
Will hnye Quick Dispntoh for the nbove Port
For Ficlcht or parfajr, apply In
! 0. lUIF.WKlt A Co, Atrnla.
FOlt S A N VR A NCLSCU.
. r.lll 2? IItirll IlAHIiFSTIrfK
Jk Jane A. Falkinburg
XZ ' rmtiiKs. M.Mir,
Will have Quick Dispatch for tbeabovePort
tor rrelcht or partake, apply to
t CAHri.K A COOKE. Acenl.
FUJI SAN FKAiNClSCO.
T1IK AMKltlCAK n.VHK
CAB ISA HI ION, k
Will have quick dispatch for above port.
For frrlcht or pa.ease, apply to
K n CAMLi: A COOKE. Agent..
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
tub; NrLEwmi) ntkahniiip
Vl': AI.IKIt. CIOI.IIA.MIMI.
WILL LEiVE HONOLULU FOR SIH FRlNritrn
On or about Monday March 13.
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND!
THIS KPLExnile MTKA3IMII11
CITY of NEW YORK
On or about Saturday. March 19,
For Fre'clil and FalKae, npply In
1MI0. II. mmCfKLD to., AEenta.
'""l' lor .Hliliuieul per Mtenmer call hum
Sm htarefl, I'rer ol tinrur. in the t'lro-nrool
Wurrlioiiy ncwr the Kleamtr Mlmrr.
Steamer Lthellke willleate Honolulu each Tueidar
at 4 r. x., touching at Labalna, Manlaea llay, .MaWna,
Mahukona.huualhae, ILpahorliue and lllln.
Krtiirnliii: III lout h al all the ahote porta, irrlrius
at lliiiinlulu each &undayr A. x.
nr Xo t'rrrlit Tor I'nainice Money. -j
Wo poalthely rrfu.e to open nccuunl. fur l'arrasea,
and He particularly call Hie alttiiiiou of the travtlln:
pul.llc loihenfr:e..liy of lia,ln 1I;cjjt nnii i Freight
jdalnly marked; the Meanter Kill nut to rr.pontllile
lorauynnuiaikrU Jlaz.-a.-e, or for Freight or Farccle,
Fralitht Koatj On. on Demcnd.
In allca.e.of fridght for paitlca not reeiionilhle, or
nnkmmn.the frt'lchl money Kill be required In adrancc
SAC'SiAUrAt r Liqi'OKN mill HINkX 31 IM
UK HI.Al.tLY NAIIKKO
For Ihe partr hoai they are for, or plainly atated In I lie
receipt to whom they art complied
All deuiano. for damaje or loa. mutt he ciade within
Iu no war liable for lot, or accident to le atock.
tir- Mack Urtveri, Iloya, and .uch like, will not he
allowed on l-oard the Mramer on .rrlv.l, until aftir Ihe
niengri hato bien landed.
WILUE1I A 00.
A. FStANK COOKE,
AtlEXTKOItTHE FOLLOWING COAhTKKsi
WaloIL JTl JU
Wal.hn, 4Yl Walmaln.
Qui. Si.g.1 iaUi' Knlaaa,
FI.A(l-lt:Jlih Whllo 11.11. omco Corner of Qnetb
and Nunann htrtett.
From Honolulu to Hilo Direct.
The A I Clipper Jchuoner,
3s"M A L,OI.O,"2L
Will tall (n.nt llnuolulu to llllo direct, end will call at
lutertnadlalo l'orta ou ht return trip,
For Fnlilitor Tai.ace, applrtnthet a tain on hoard.
1 " or A. yitA.NKCOUM-:. Agent.
a UEW & COS
BOSTON LINJLOF PACKETS
tkSL T.,,K,k.MJ,AKT"A avis." wiiii. nr.
SlriV dl.paiched fruui llotton for llunululu
Not Later than tho lfith or May.
I'eraoni lhlni In order foikl. lilM:d by IUITf'cl
ahnuld mall ordcra ou or before ilauh lih. For
nriu" ii.incuiaia apply to
c. iuii:wi:iia co
PLANTERS' LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO
Jt O. Brower V Co.-ABent. AJa
SUV Mercbandl.i received Mornsti S'rer.KK
andlloeralca.h adtancea nadi on .htiimenl. liyihla
a " ly C. Ultl.'WKIIACO.
INVESTMENT 6c AGENCY CO.,
Moi:y i.ii:i o iiHNr'i.iN m:.
corltira, fur Ion-or .l.nrt prlid, Apply lo
V L. IiIIKK.S. llauaxer liroUin
UinLcljuoea hl..intrU W. UaefarUna Jt Co. U if
Ensii0 For Sale.
1 NEW l!O.HOItSK l'OWKIt KN
KltNK, In perfect order. For Mala br
W C. II HE WE II A CO.
H)LUM1IIA ItlVKH HALMON, IN
J kanelt aad hill tautli, FoxaUbr
UOLLIb A Co
IIOI.MNTKH ft CO.,
DrilR-lsts .fc Tobnooonlsts,
MIOI K.t.U.R V.NH IIKTAIL,
ft ,"iiiinii Nlre.l, llnnnlnln pr,,
iMtiidis ami )ii;in(ri;s!
' Titn .-
Largest Stock and Most
In Die Hawaiian lilamli,
A the Ktraier portion of our Jtloek I. nhtalneit from
rVi.t tiauil. i aie enthlcil In
Only tho Best Quality.
MOI It AtlKNTM FOlt TIIK
J. C. AYER COMP'Y., LOWELL. MASS.
Crown Prrfiunr 17 To,, London
PARKE, DAVIS 6c CO.,
Homeopathic Medicine Co., New York.
Ga- C3r. Gr 3T XI,
WOODIIlMtV, . !.,
August Flower nut Ucrinnii Hyrnp.
CELLULOID TRU88E8 !
War(tnlrl not lo I!uII llreakl orWVnronl.l
Carefully prepareil hy an experienced I'hamacltt
at any hour otitic nl;ht orilny, at
BDLLISTEH & CO.'.
Wholesale & Retail Druggists,
n NUUANU ST.
AMIfRIOAN DRY GOODS!
(Imported Free of Duty,)
PEE S. S. "MARY TATHAM,"
nnd bark "EUREKA."
And Consisting of n Large Attortment of
PRINTS & DRESS GOODS
rrlAtrd lMquc. Lawn, l'oplln..
Brocade", Jlonlce., ailk. Fancy
llo.c, Ilandkcrchlefa. Mwk1,
Spuol Cotton, Towels, Hhnkctf,
White and llronn Coltuna,
Canton Fhnnela, Cottonades,
o il. o t n i axr est-,
Coats and Pants of Casslmere,
Diagonal, Cottonade, Duck.
Ac, Ac, &c.
Blanket Lined bulls,
Mlilrif, nhlte, fancy, icarlet, etc.,
Suck, Under bhlrtr, Dmterr, etc.
3T For Sale at Lon ltate. by
8H 1 3m
OH WINE OF HEALTH.
AN .I1KATED MIN.AM-OI1UI.1U DINNER
liMtr.ijr, plrmliiR In taste,
I VALUABLE IN1I0OTE FOR SEASICKNESS!
We have Jul t friluiU email parcel of tkl.e.tcemod
andwell kuovtn beicrajc. which cuftYr lu nimntlllea
to mlt. '
W 5 TIIEO. II. DAVIEM A CO.
INVOICE OF NEW GOODS
OK EVERV DESCHirTION,
JUST RECEIVED !
Per C. R. Bishop.
AND FOIl SALE BY
H. HACKFELD ACo.
Il Im TTIin
The Mission Woolen Mills,
of all .lies, Mcljihta and colors;
rT For Hale by
e-W T7 Im II. HAUKFELI) A CO
TItltlGATlON' Al'TKK THIS I1ATK
X I. .trlctly prolilblteil, rscept beurcun ihe hours of
blunt, iu.. iiuU I Ion ji.i.i. (i, I,. FIIKEI'll,
Approvtilt hiipcrlniciidcntur Water Worka
l.-Hk-n.-dJ II. A I'.liauren, Mlulater of Interior.
Ilniuliilii April t'Jtli. It-il tb? utf
19.000 ROOFING- SLATES,
To Arrlvo per "O. It, III. hop,"
HP-FOlt HALE UV
a i im si. iiAi:trrxB t rn.
par For Male by
ii. iiAS'Krsii.n !
Tf . 1'IIAHI.KN HSMNI.KK. I ITU. US' BM.
l'l Hans Von llulow will bit i;lad to play Clo.lr.ii
Muilcnt evening parties on iiioli'rut term., I..iint
plvenlu I'laiiodiito playing It U ir le.ioii, IfMlihln
half a mlli" of Ilia l'it littlce, livyiiint that S lu. Cum.
niunlcitlons led al WUI.LS' Music fitnr will bo
Tl HaJ Sin
TN m: 1MTATK OI-' JAMT.H 8,
X I.KMON.ul Honolulu. decca.cd. All perron. hac
Ing claim aealn.l Ihe aUivv na mix) ralstr belher
secureilor mlierwl.e will p!rme iirenl Ike ,anio at
once. and all luosv olng Iba tald estate lll inaks
payment at once, to
IIK.NHV It. MACFAHI.ANK,
Tenia irarr Adulol'traior,
Honolulu, Febnury Uth. ISaal. aVI 77lf
Fluiir ! Flour ! Flour I
C-1 l.tK IMTE EXTK t rAMItV TUiVU,
W tier KaUktda, Fur bale by
M JWLLEB ACO.
It hMplriieit HI. Majeily Ihe King In appoint Iter
IHithnr. KanminMi, Hon J A NilUKf .nil Mtf
KaiiliiiAiniK iiienibeta of the " lloiid of tlriiealogy of
tnlanl I'alare, llnnnlutn, Fell -III. IFM, 77 J t
Jtn, W, F, Mh,.iun li lhl ly h.en appointed an
Av,ent In grant MsitUgf Lleentea fur tho lll.lrlel of
Makanao, Island of Manl. W N. AIIMHIIIONII,
Mlniil.ter of Intrtlnr, ml Intnlm,
Interior dmre, Jtn.ftlh, lull, tnat
Nnllre It hereby rUen thai, upon tho reeommemla.
lion of the Hoard lit Health, Dr. llmi, L, Finn has Ihls
day hern appointed Vactlnallng Omeerfnrtho Mandof
atiu. W. N. .MtNI.MTIlONII,
Minister of Interior, nil Intnlm,
Interior Oilier, Feb tilth, WJ ; rj n
Nntlri. oftlieiBonrilof llrnttli in Itei;siril to
In aeenrdincn nllh Hie Ian (Cl.ll t'mlt, Hee. !WIn
fee SIT) I hereby nollfy all patents residing vi tllitn Ihe
Dlslilcl frnni .Maniialua loModiisliianliiiha,eiinacrln
aleilehlldien to bring In the lllipenanry of the lln.nl
of llealih 011 Mitunakeit Hlreet tor Ihe purpflao (,f re.
eelelnggrainlltnua larrlnallon, tfniratclnaled ailulls
are al.n nollrled liiei.me lo the auorn menllnned
place for the same pnrpose, 'I ho Varclualtng OOlcera
will be In atlemlance enth day (eiceplliiK Humlaya and
Monday.) between he hours of . ami IJ o'clock.
(I. 1.. Firun, M. II,
' "I 3I VarclnnlliiR (letter,
Extrnot from Civil Coilc-Lnw ReilnUnp; to
Section aw. the Minister of Ihe Interior (hill ftp.
point, 11 pun the recommendation of tho Hoard of llrallht
n sultililrpcrmni to ho lafilnnllr.g rfllcer In each of
the puhernntorlat divisions nf tli Klngilnni.Mho shall
lecelrosuth salary, a. may. front time to Unie, bo ap
propilated by the Lml.lniun', and shall he removable
tiom i.ntce at Ihe pleasure r said Mlnl.ter,
Nectlon 3IU. Knih Yncclnnlliig offlccr shall appoint,
at Itarl. threo conrenleiit pljces In each echool illilrlct
Ihrou.hout hi. dtrlslon, for thn performance of Taecln.
alloni and. from lime to time, e,a publle notice of the
time wl en he will allcnd at such places, In rscclnali!
all persons not already sncce.sfiilly racclnated who
may than and there nppfjrj and also of thn lime when
ho will attend alrnch place, to Inspect the progress of
such vaccination In the persons so lacclnnted.
Hecllon ail. Tho fnllur nr mother of every child
shall, ulthln six mouth, after the With of such child,
or. In Ilic event nl thu death, lllners, cr nl.. nice of Ihe
father or muther, then Ihe guardian, nurse, or pirsnn
having charge of such child, shall, within six months
nfter Its birth, or at thu ctrllrst opportunlly after, lake
such child to the vaccinating officer, for thu purpose of
Nectlon III.1. Upon the eighth day, following Ihe day
iiiiMhlcliany child has been acclnnted. Ihe father,
mother, guardian, or other person haling charge of said
child, .lull again lake such child to the vaccinating
officer, lint ho may ascertain by Inspection Hie result of
Hrctlnnail. If the vaccination Is found lo be. sue
ceful, Iho offlctr shall !. liter lu tho father, mother,
or other person haling chnrgc of the child, free of
charge, a certificate Ihtt Iho child tiaabce cce.sfully
vaccinated, and shall r.nln tho sumo In a book lo be
kept by such nfHcer for that purpose.
Section 'liL On Ihe presentation of any child to be
vaccinated, should Ihe linker deem tho child tube lu
an mint slate In be vaccinated, he may postpone the
operation at his discretion, 11 ml glic due notice to tho
parents, or person having chargo of such child, to
reproduce the same for vaccination at a ttituru time.
hecllon r,t5. 'Ihe jcclnatlng nfflcrra shall visit tho
scleral stations appointed by them, at least onco In
eiery six months, and oftcner, If required so lo do by
tke Minister of the Interior, or Hoard of Health.
Section 111 Every parent, gnardlan, or other perron
having the charge of any child, ho shall refuse or
neglect to comply with the provision, of the law re
specting Yiicclnallou, shall he subject to n flne of flvo
dollars; one-half of which ahall hupjhl to tholnfornier
Section 317. The several v-icclnatlng officers shall
keep a faithful record of their transactions, and make
an annual report of tho same to the Minister of tho
Interior. W. N. AltMbTKONfl,
7i3t 8M 3t Minister of lutcrlor, otf fnferfrn.
Licenses Expiring: in March, 1888.
1 Lalne A On, Erplaiude, llnnnlnln
1 John A Palmer .t Co, cur Fort A Merchant Ht.
1 Ilait Urns, HnlelSt. '
1 Alona, Walau if,
i Win Tumor, King St,
C Chung Waa, Nuuanli bt,
8 HoTwo bon. 1'ui.ohbonl St, . . u
IJ'A W ltichrd.onrCo, Fort .Hterehflt8t tl' " -
II Ouong bam Kee 1X1, King bt, K m
18 ft' 1 Aknu. .Nuiiunu bt, n
19 O We.t. liucen St. ..
U Hew Yat.tor Piiiichbonland King Uts.
21 Shun Sing, Oueen .It.
JS 0 K Wolfe. King St,
S O W C Jones. Keauhou, Kau,,
8 F Spencer. Waltnea. .
V Akana A Akol, Keauhou, Kona,
16 Akana A Aknl, ll"ln.il,m, Kmia.
III Ming Flit. .Maullll, Hlln.
1C 1. Aiilo. llononinkau, N KoUala.
Hi WongHo. Ookala, llllo,
St Tal Ohong llllo, ' .
SULAkan, llllo. ' V T ' ,
8 Awana, Wallukn,
(I tl W Norton A Co, Makanao,
V IIiKin Tot A Co, l.ahallia,
tl Cbnug lliuin, Wallflku,
IV Alo, l.nhaln i,
II bee Slug Kee, Kahulul.
17 Hung Chong, Ktkoha,
H o Scholz, l.llioe,
'Jl Koka, Hanalcl.
SI C Brewer A Co. (Jneen St, Honolulu.
23 E Hoffschlaeger A lio, llnnnlnln.
12 Alo. Lnhalna. Stnot.
11 line Kn Kee. Mnuuakea St,
11 HurrlL-itn A Tlsi n. Hiotil, sr
II Hart llrus. Hotel bt.
14 See Ming Kee, Kahulul. Maul,
K Wilder, A Co, Mahiikoua, llauall.
HI MlnjFut. Maullll. llllo. lUnall.
Ii Joaquin Manuel. Maunakea ht, Honolulu,
III Chung Hoon. Walluku. Manl.
ill Ah Sang, Kapaau, N Knhala, Hawaii.
W. It K Taonalna. (liana). Maul,
31 PalaiiA Kahili, Mplokal.
I'litr. a it MN.
SI John M B Kalaukna, Honolulu.
1 Hart Bros, Hold St. Honolulu.
U (Jure Esplnds, Labulna, Maul.
17 F Spencer, llllo. Hinall.
SI II llaymn, Honolulu, Oohn.
!!t n in llabcutk, Hunoliiiu, O.hn.
t Wong Ah Hee, Haiku, Maul,
SI Uluuaknle, llcela, Kimlunpokn. Oahu.
24 Chlng .tee, HuUiiia, Nona Knbala, Hawaii.
8 Yung Mun, Wallimu, Maul.
1 Wat Luiu, llaiialei, Kuual,
t C llertelinanu. Hanalcl, Kauai.
-1 C II Mukeu. Walluku. Manl.
II It K I'nunnliis, Fish Market, Honolulu.
St Apo. llalku,.Mnual,
J .N Wright, Kuloa, Kauai,
:-i Kumakala, Kotih Kohata, Hawaii.
SO John A Palmer A Co, cor Fort A Mercba.t fits. Ho-
T.l.n lyk and Slnl Sutloa of Viagau
On the'tetb otHvpleniberan Electric Tilegraph Offle.
combined viltba special isUbllshmcnt for exchanging
signal. vllh tossiils pa.slng at sea will bo opened at
Vlga at the entrance (9 Uuttviiburg,
This Offlce Is situated IU outers .estwards from Hit
TcUgranit nlll thero be received and dispatched dal
ly fruni sunrise to sunset.
The slguslllug to ships at sea will he e. fried on ei
cluslvcly by uu.u.of n..- and distant signals accord
ing to Iho rules laid down In tho lulernatioual" Com
mercial Coda of blguuls,"
With regard to telegram, sent to vessels, Ihe
follonlng rules arc to be ubscrvodi
lio. The address mutt give, not only Ilia ordinary
Indications, bat l' Ihe mme of the vessel, lis orlclal
uumber (I. t. signal Idlers In Ilia Cod. List) as well aa
the port lo which Iho ship b.lonsi
tio. Tho ulegram shall tlther bt written In the
H.idlsb langusge ur i. tuiupimd of combination, n
Utters. In Ihe latter cat. only tho folio lug la con.
sontuts of Iho alphabet ?ln II.O.D f. (I, II, J, K.L
M. N, I', ((. It. H. T, V. and W, may be u.sdj each
cumhluallou aLall nolconlslu mure ttisn fuurlctlersi
a l.lsgianfof Ibis deicilpllvu will b coaildsrtd .a If It
, Teftaun coming fruui ships will, at the trrtucst of
tk sender, he forwarded lo their lUstl.ttlnn I. tat
above aenllontd kind of cipher; la case bo .uth rs
quest should be made, Iba dt. patch, will b. forwarded
In bw.dlib translation.
Tho ebsrge. for measiit. by l.l letters frill, U tht
tulc, Iv tttcuUlcii at Hi. (ullowlui ittoi
a) for jSinalllngt I Vtnna Mnrs for any nninher .(
Ii) Ihe forwarding of Iho inn. ice Ihrnugh Iho tfle
graph nlll bo lui.nl acmrdlag n the rtlthll.firil
lailffiif rates tor Inland ami foieln telegraphic coilrs
poudenre. The whole amount of I10II1 these poll. Is Inhopaldi
for lelegiama st.nl lo teasels hy the send'r, and for
despitchrs rnmlng fiom ve.s.la by the reelv sr.
Falsing vessels will be able, by simply linlitlnr Iho
ensljn with lli.lr dlstlnsnlshrd signal, I e, their
initial number In Ihe Umle l.lil, lubuv Ihelr passagn
reirlcil liy lelerraph to any person ullliln HncuVn,
who, ha Itiler or lelrjtram, shall hate pnvlou.ly ap
plied In the nrtlef forsutli piirimse, at Hit ssmattiiin
l-hliir til. address,
In such cue no chargn will at present he msila for
thei signaling, and Ihe person lowborn a meseafe la
add e.ed will oiilf have In pay Ihe otdlnary charge for
the trinemlssloii by telegraphic wile ami snrli ejpcneea
as Ihe forwarding nf Ihe lues.sgo nl addiess from
Ihe nearest lelegraph-oniee may Involve.
After Ihe e.lahlleliiurul of the Klertrlc-Telrgiapti
Office, the Optical Telegiaph at Vlna will no longer ho
Stockholm, Anguel Mlth, 18X1.
Msl Till: IIOVAI. IIOAIIDOI'TF.LIttlltAPIIH,
In accordance tilth Ihe prnvl.tons of Herllon 3U of
Ihe Civil Code, I have appointed I', NANimriM, as
Found Master lor Ihe abote named Pound, lu Ihe Ills
trlrtof liana, Island of Maul,
J.NO.O, DOMINIH, (Invernnrnf Maul,
Office, (lorernor of Maul. Feb. I.'.tli, I8.. 77
Srtlei of Ooveit-nmnut L.n.llil,
On Wednesday, March 13th, PVI, at front rnlrance of
Alllnlsnl Hale, nt l'l o'clock noon will ha sold at Pub
He Auction, that piece of land belonging to tho
Hawaiian (lovernmeiil situated lu It !:. I.IM.N ::.
It 1,1111, nnd containing an area of 71 acres, subject
to leusu No. 31 1 which ciplica July Mb, 1881,
TKIIMH Cash, iipn-l prlte f-M.
W. N. AHMSTIIONO, Minister of Inleilnr.
Deptnf Interior, Hon, I lib, Feb. inSL Tli-ll
In arrnrilaiic. with Iho provisions of Ihe Section SMI
of the Civil C'oih', a suitable inclo.ure will he set
apart for tho Impounding of estrays for the lllstilcl of
liana, Island of Manl, at a place called Kawalpapa.
W. N, ATtMSTONO. Minister of Interior.
Inleilnr Office, I J mttrim.
Feb. lilh, Ibnj, f (77)
MA HOI! I, I8fc2
All advertisements for the MiTfniiar Puna mast lie
sent In by Friday noon. No Insertions for the current
Issue can he guaranteed when sent In later.
Advertiser, will mark Ilia number of Insertions de.
sired, from which date they charge. Any not su marked
will be chiiged ,1 months,
THOS. (I. THIIIIM, Manager.
MOTES Or THE WEEK.
GciTKivxtm Domini in much better nnd in rtRnin
.bio to lo out.
RrvrnAi. Chltinimm linvo linen nrreated Intel; for
hnviiip; upiuin in posRcinloti.
It Ims becorao lioooinry lo litvo siRtin In Chinese
chnrnctera nt our lnwyorn' oIliceH.
Tni: IMrllkr ncntno fnrtlicr llinn Mnbttkotiii
iant neclt, owiiiR to Hovr.ro wi-nlbcr.
Tin; Firo Depirtniniit will not tarn out for lino
drill lo-ilny ng no-ne Iihyo nnilornUKjcl.
Kllten mHTCii(t-ri took piH.ir,o for 8.111 Fran
claco by tho . IF. Almi lnnt Sitturilny.
Tnv.nK wilt be n tnoctiiiK of tlio Librnry nnd
Kcndinp; Itoom APHonlntlnii this evening.
TiiK rvRiilnr mot tiliK of the Mission Cliildron'a
Society will bo held nt thu residence of Dr. O. H.
Sktwhi. of tho policemen now carry ropen willi
tlicni to cntch nntnRKed doi runnliiK nround on
The lhtlly llnllrliit wns cnlurRcd on tho first
instnnt mul is now printed ou both nldea. Tho
hendiUK wim nlao chnnged.
I)ii. J. II. UEMtsa of Wniluku, lins n letter on tho
citnntlon in tho Hnwniinu Inlands in tho Now
Orioana PiVoiime of Fcbranry -itli.
II. K. IIoli died very suddenly nt Lihuo, Knnni,
on Humlny thn l'Jth ult. Ho hnd been drinklnK
heavily tho day nnd night previous.
Ktso Kii.iKiux suited for Mnni by tho etenmer
irofuiiilnst Monditr. FoHtinnHter-Geiivrnl Knpena
iiloo kit by her to mrtko 11 visit to Kona, Hawaii.
'List Baturday vveniuri 11 meeting of natives was
held at the room of Hawaii Engine Co. Xo. 4 ; the
objrcU for which it wnn called will bo found under
tho heading '1 Nattvo I'rcBS."
TnE llairnlhn Gazelle iiptwnred on Wodncnday
laht with an additional column of matter on each
tmge, nnd the sheet considerably enlarged, which
lii a cre.it improvement. Wo are pleased to witness
this evidence of prosperity in oar contemporary.
It Fort Street Clinrcli to-morrow, Sunday, mora
inRi ten persons am to bo rtceived to membership,
nnd the ordinance- of Baptiaui nnd tho Lord n
Hupiwr will be ndniinisteicd. Mr. Cruzan will
pri-nch a sermon to btisinoiis men in tho evening.
Hix of the crew of the whnlinij bark Afm-y and
Satan esctped from that vessel nt Hawaii in a
whalo boat and went to Mrilir.kona, wliero two of
them weio arrested by Marshal l'arke, who hap
pened to be there.
Vr nro informed that owitiR to the confu
sion ut the telephono 01B03 on Thursday night of
l.isl weok the mraxages Kent to Dr. Hutchinson,
tho 1'ort Physician, when tho Amtrnlhi was sig
nalled, did not rcacli him, henco the delay spoken
of in our last.
In another oolamn is a oill for a meeting of th.
stockholders of tho Music Hall Association to bo
held nt the Hall on Monday, the Gth inst., to which
we reapoctf ully cull attention. Important business
will bo brought before the meetingatid it is partic
ularly deiired that nil stockholders bo present.
A meetino of tho' Honolulu Cricket Clnb lias
In en c tiled toconveno nt tho Hawaiian Hotel on
Monday next, nt H i. iu,, to cont-ider tho nrrntigo
in 1:1 Li made by tho Minister of tho Interior ill
giving the Honolulu Athletio Association exclusive
rights to tho grtmudi hitherto used by tho Club,
nnd to c nuiili-r tho relntiona that' should exist
lielweeu the Club nnd the Athletic Association.
Tun old bell of tho Firo Department, recently
recast in ban Francisco, hna just been returned to
Honolulu. This bell was originally sent hero from
Troy, New York, was afterwards reenst iu Hono
lulu and is now tit tho hands of the Department a
third time. It weighs about tw.lvo bundled
iwuuds, will be rung ou n different priuciiml from
tho onu now in use, nnd it ii thought will give per
A ntviNO snit which has recently been received
hero by Mr. H. U. Wilder will bo a valuable acqui
sition to a plitro like Honolulu, nnd it U a wonder
that wo have not had one Ix-fore. On Tuesday the
I.UtUI. bottom wan examined thoroughly. It
will be lxissllilo to do n great deal of wor under
water now that could only bo half donu by our
nntivu divers, notwithstanding they have no su
ieriors In the world,
Au Youko, thn Chinaman who made nn nusne
cesifnl nltcinpt lu smuggle opium by tho steamer
Aiiili-nllii, has dad to pay dearly for breaking the
law. Thu invoice Imported, nmoiititlnu to :j,OU0,
was counselled, nnd lie was fined fJJOO anii sen
tenced to two months' imprisonment nt bam! labor.
A. Mr. Ah Young is one of the "unp.rU -n" among
our ChinoM) residents, this may have salutary
effect iu discouraging the Importation of the drag.
The steam whaler AVifA Slur arrived on tb.
port from thu Atlantis on Wednesday last. Wbta
to tho windward of Oahu nnd Molokni 011 th. Stllh
nit., alio fell In with a school of whales and succeed
ed in taking two. Two others wero struck but got
away. During a rniu squall that earn, np one of
tho boats, containing alt men. wna lost sight of
and was not seen nltvrw.rd. The .Vm Hi Star ha.
pone to Koalakekna where alio will be Joined by
Captain Oweu, who arrives from Han Francisco
recently, Bho nlsq hojied to And her lost boat.'
crew on her way 10 that place.
An associated Press dlapntcli sayti ltight II.
Waliop Willis, of Honolulu, delitered nn address
nt Ihe Cathedral of l'eterand Taut at Chicago on
tho evening of February I'd, mid mado much ref
erence to tlio work 011 these Islands, liti said the
Hawaiian Islands were the stvtipl ig-stono lietween
the Jit and West, and worn dojiluinl to play au
Important mrt in tho civiliiatioii of th. world,
'I he races fnm both directions meet here, dravn
by the great sugar Intercuts. There aro sumo Chi
neoo herewhonreowneisof lirgo pltutatlous, IU
asked for flu.uchl aid and sjippilhy.
The whallup; fleet Is beginning to .rrlvs at tb
Islindaurotloa. to their dopartur. f or tho Atctlo.
TU. Uiiluloie was recently nt Honolulu awl sine
lis arrival a uuuilwr bar. tit in lb.Ir appMranaw
at KsvOak.kui, Hilo and of Honolulu, Tby
have been quit, fortunate alo. Tb. Suppkt re
cently from San franciaeo took 310 barreU of
K-tmoil iua short cruU. suulb of tubs group.
The IiAiimlliit rillfow linn lnl.eri ftTftlisrfela, tho
.tfiiff tit) barrels nnd ll.it steam nliah r .Vofa Mtr
H) btrrrla, Iho last limned vesaeA lisik two
whnles oil this group a fmv days ngo.
A iiime of baas ball will b plnyrd at Mnklkf
lIosoMit.tl Is now lit telaplintiln roinniunlrntlon
nllh Knneolif, and In n fan days thn line will Im
riienneii m inner pince-s in nemi.iii,
Orn renders' nlli ntlon Is rnllnl In a Mpclnt
Nnllea pnbllahed III to-il.f'a laaun li Mr. Iloild,
Iteitd It yn mor rliniitn nnd tori- kn-ptts.
Mn. I'liil.tr KrrtN lins Ismed tlio prrtulanv on
Putt nlrent opiHialln II, M. Morirn'a nnw, wliom
liols malting pirpnrnllnun In oi'ti a rartlagn shop,
DrilITT MAnautl, Daunt iliacoveirod llm drairs
of (lio Keystonei saloon wldniipeu one nlelit this
week nlnint VJ o'clock, 'Iliolailti proliafily wero
not tiirnml Into their plnoen properly, A run
nidernbto num of money wns In (ho till nl thn time,
I.sst Wednesday n iiatlro woman naninl Oln.
kea atlempled loroimnll siilrldn nl I'.. II. lloyd's
plneaat Knlliin, by cnltiug heranlf in thn head
wllh n hatchet. Him rut herself rtilta saivernly in
two places oil thn left nldii of the head, lull His
Injury wns not fatal. HI in garn as a reason for
attempting to commit the ih-id, that sho hnd been
aiillrriug greatly from nathma.
'I'nrnr Is evidently a good otioniug In thin city
for a now Industry. Don't cverylnxiy sin-ak at
once, fur refer lu tho biialnuss of lint rleanlii'
nil njioralioii which lu n dusty climate like this,
where straw lints nro generally worn, is eiiiilo
iinenssary. It Is not every mun who enn nfTortl the
price of n new hat whim tho once spick and eprin
l'auama or "chip" lie-e-ouies nollid. In formir
jeara thorn wns nn establishment In llonoluln, thn
jirojirlutor nf which mado money enough liy clean
ing hats to purchasu a vessel in which Im silled
away Ui Australia. Old naldeuls will tunemlier
his iiaiuo Harry l)ruwn,aiid his "depot" on Hotel
The ndjniirned tnt-etlngof tho Y. M, 0. A. held
nt tho Iivcruui on Thursday evening Inst nan tnken
up principally lu the adoption of tlinnew Ily.I.awa,
winch, with some slight amemlmeiits, wero tinanl
iiioualy carried. The I'resldcnt repnrlrd tho re
cftrrt of thn o mrter, recenlly grnnted by tho Privy
Council, mid em motion tho thank s of thn Asnoein
Hon wero tendered til Hon. A. F. Judd for his ser
vices lit tho nintter, 'Iho building Committee re
lxirlcd that plana would ho got up here shortly fur
thn proposed building, and tho promise engaged
would bo turned over to thn Association iltirlngtho
present month for Iho payment of which sufllnient
funds wero iu hand, but subscribers to tho build
Ing fund wero desired lo linntl In an early ns onsl
blu 60 ior cent, of their pledges to cnnhlo work to
bo Immediately prose cuted,
III roftrenco to tlio programme published lu nn
other column, It wilt bo Hern that tmr musical pub
lic nro to have a rare trent nt tlio concert to bo
given next 'I hursdny evening nl Fort Street church.
A female ipiartetti) is n novelty, nnd wllh such
voices an tmiso or alts, uruznii, ftllss l'arke, AIlss
Ithodun and Mrs. Drown will undoubtedly bo a
. ...., .,. a.n. ..,,,. n.l, UIIUUUlllCUIJ 11
plcasint innovation. The'stroufr superb aopn
of Mrn. l'aty. and the rich, elenr sympatlu
volco of Mrs. II uiford ate nlwnys a delight. A:
K. P. Adams Is to five two nf her irilinitiililo n.ml.
lugs. Thn namoi of the gentlemen on thn pro
grammn are a guarantee that their parts will be
nlso a lonnt tit good things. The admission is put
nt tho low prlco of ono dollar, the proceeds to be
used in tho purchasn of n now instrument for thu
vestry of the church. At the close of tho enter
tniument tho Initios will fnrnlnh refrtshmeutri to
those who dtsiro iu tho vestry. Tickets nro on
silo nt tho bookstores, or may be obtained nt tho
Ov Wednesday nftornoon nn nlnrm of firo wns
Hounded from thu bell-lower, and in n very short
tlmo tho sovernl firo companies wero on their wny
to Emma street, where It wns reported n dwelling
homo wns on lire, lint, nn usual, tlio Oro wns extin
guished before their arrival. Tho mgino of No. 1
company happened to bo ou Merchant street nt tho
time with nte.iui up, hut when she arrived opj unite
tho lioadnunrtcrH of tho Firo Department, they
learned that there wns no firo nnd turned back.
'Iho firo wns in tho carriage house of Major Wodc
hous., II. II. M. Commissioner, wliero n bundle of
hay was discovered iu Humes. Tho hay wns con
sumed and a few board I in tho wait scorched but
littlo other damage wna done. It in thought to
havu been the work of an iucendinry, as combusti
ble material saturnted with keroseno oil was found
on making tin examination of tho premises.
The first of n series of nniquo entertainments
entitled "Evenings in Foteigu Lands," will bo
given in Fort Street Church next Wednesday even
ing. Tho country nisited will bo Japan. The ex
cellent choir of tho church will furnish some
choice music, nnd there will be the following lit
erary exercises : 1. Five minutes with the Map of
Jap in, nn address by Mr. Cru.an; 2. A twenty
minuto lecture on the Government, schools, home
and Hocial life nnd customs of Japan, by Professor
Bcott ; II. Eight minuta piper on th. Old lteligions
of Japan, by Mrs. J. M. Whitney ; 4. Light min
ute nddresn on Clirlntiamty in Japan, by Judge
McCully. It is tho intention to go around tho
world, visiting all the prominent countries iu this
scries of entertainments. This will give those who
desiro to trnvel an opportunity to gratify that de
sno without expense or sea-sickness. There will
be no charge for ndmission. mid in order to accom
modate all with comfortable seats, tho nudienco
room will be used. A general invitation is given.
Visitino tho Government Dispensary on Maunn
koa atrcot last Monday we found such n large
crowd of natives present that it was difficult to get
in. Dr. Filch wns on hand nt 8 a.m. nnd remained
until long after noon, during which time two
hundred and fifty natives called ; many of these
had not been tlioro bctoro nnd fully one-fifth wore
from thn other islands, or distant parts of Oahu.
The majority belonged in or near Honolulu nnd
had been under treatment. Tho greatest number
wore treated for the disease most common to
Ilawniiatis, severnl complained of lung troubles,
and thcro wero n few other ailments spoken of.
A great ninny stated that they wero improving
and expressou n desiro to continue taking thtir
mediclno nnd seemed hopeful that in the en I
they would bo much buiehtted. Thcro were sev
eral unmistakable cases of leprosy in its incipient
stages nnd a few well pronounced; thcro wero
more of these than wo expected to sec. Having
vuitcd the Dispensary before we find tho number
in attendance steadily increasing.
Kktkuehcx wns mado last week ton meeting held
with the purpose of making preparations for a
loan exhibition for tho benefit of tho Library and
Heading Itooin. Following nre tho Committees
appointed : Committee) on " Pictures," H. 1). Dole
Chairman, Mrs. C. It. BlOpi Miss A. l'arke, Mr.
Furuosux, Mr. T. H. Walker nnd Wm. it. Castle.
Committee, on "Statuary, carvings, ceramics nnd
bronzes," F. W. Damon Chairman, Mrs. K. 1'.
Adams, Mrs. K. M. Damon, Mrs. Mcintosh, Mrs.
Spencer, Mr. Illshnp. Mr. C. Curler, Mr. A. T.
Atkinson nnd Mr. IlemonKchuider. "Antique
costumes and nutogrnphs," C.M.Hyde, Chairman,
Mrs. E. O. Hull, Mr. Doininis, Queen Emma,
Mrs. Hyde, Mrs. Thrum, Mrs. Allen, Mrs. J. F.
Brown, Mr. lllaoklmrn, Mr. D. D. llaldwiu nnd
Mr. II. Poor. "Natural History," Dr. Itogers,
Chairman, Mm. McUully, Mr. Mnrciuci nnd Mr.
Taylor. "Cuius, plates, jeweU and laces," Mrs.
McOrew, Mrs. S. Dnwsetttind Mr. Paly. "Even
lug entertainments," Mr. T. it. Walker, Mrs. K. P.
Adams, Mr. Atkinson, Mr. Wray Taylor and Mr.
Mcintosh. "JupntiCM) and Chinese article.," S.
11. Dole. There wilt be u meeting of tho com
mittees at :i-KJ p. in. uuxt Wednesday, tho -tu
A vuii excellent map of Honolulu showing the
thirteen firo wards into which the rityhas been
divided will bu for halu iua few dang. It was
compiled by J, F, Drown, Esep. of the Government
Survey Department, and was lithographed in San
Francisco. Tho first ward in bounded by Judd
Htreet on thn inauka side, School street on tho
makalside, I.lliha ou tho Ewu side and Punch
bowl on Iho Wnlklkl nidn) the si cum! wnrd I. be
tween School street mi the mnuka side and Here
taut i outbo rnnksi side, and between Llllha nnd
1'ort streets ; tho third wnrd extends from Hero
t.mh tiukal to King ami froi.i Fort to tho Inter
Miction of King nnd Lillhnj tho fourth ward lies
between King strtMt on Ihe maukn.Ide, Fort street
on tho Wnlklkl aide, nnd the harbor; tilth wnrd is
from King street iiiakai to thn harbor and from
Fort street to 111 shards i sixth ward in f rom Uere
tania street mskiitoKlng and between Fort nnd
Ilichnrd street a veitth ward is from School street
makal to Hen tania mid from Fort street to Miller
and Punchbowl eighth wnrd is from the harbor
mnuka to Derettnla including the triangular
shaped block betwoan Miller nnd Punohhowl. and
extends from lliobsnU street ou tho Kwa eido to
Punchbowl ou thn Wnlklkl side) ninth wnrd com
prise, all between Punchbowl and Victoria street;
tenth ward extend from Viotoria. t Pilkoi;
eleventh wnrd from Pilkoi to Punuhou; twelfth
ward nil beyond Puliation street thirteenth ward
takes iu nil tho hirbor.
Folio iu Is tin reomlof Polio. Court pro
oeeditigs for iho week I Ah Yong, smuggling and
importing opium, fined $&A), sentenced to two
mouths' liuptlsonueiit at hard Intnir, costs st,
Yaw. Ah Ken ami AU King, hiving opium in rxss-
nun oiuuni aim invoice or gooua cuuuacriieu. AU
niitnlon, Alt Hang fined fU and snlencid to on.
mouths' imprisonment, fi-U 1; itollr iiivitjul en
tered iu fanorof Ah Yaw mid Ah Hee. t'huuH
Fiug, larceny of witch, remanded tu Gth Inst.
Hubert Jackiuiu, furlou.n and hicdlcm riding, fined
P. cost 1.'A). Pvktlo nnd Iokewt, ssnault and
battery of Isswal, (w), nullt inv.r-; eutcred by
iirosrcutlon. bUtu. tlefwtidauta, charged with Is.
lug disorderly, Pektlo sentenced tu thirty day'
Impriaonii-ent at labor, and Iok.a to twenty day.'
luptlsoura.ut at bard lalsor, coatt 'iXli wwb. K
linuo, larceny of tS, aeuUuuid U) Hire. Bwntb.'
ItaptLsonm.ut at bard labor, soata 93.fW. Abong,
alia Loa Koaic Ymb, batsltary, l.manJad in Ctk
last. Too. Marpbr. ihwlssWM, forfeiud $(
lull. Alt Hum aud Au Fook, bnviau uylum in po.
ssiiiu, Ab Haul ad fW and ueuteiund lo luraa
tmmlhs' Imprisonment nt bird latstr, rjtrntn f lfl)t
Ah I'ook dlstliatu.il. I'ranrler ilo Cnmbrn,
rTrnnkenneai, forfeltnl fr) ball, Iloberl Hell,
ilmnkeiinm-i, fined ",, ronls I, Ah I'ook, carry
bill n pistol, lined a)A), nisla f I, nnd In il.fanlt nf
Siljllielit lo rsfelvn (inly ilsjn' loipllsoninent nt
inrd lalmr. Kealobet ami II, Inncaatr, lareyny,
evinirnltted (t llefotinslur rKhoeil dtillng their
minority, Ah VIp,; ssinnlf and raltrft em V'hl,
fw)r fined ft, posts f I, Clffl feftof1,-OI.Mefr.
Innn vs. Kslieau, desettlnd; cvmtr.ot refve
nrdsr.d to telrtrn to employer, Boats .1. Ksn
Kniila vKnaiianna( nrtlou of na.nnifi.lt fni'HV
elifmnlaiit ounfesse. jtidginent. Hlng fllbu f
Wing Himg nntl Wing Mnk (.'InM, ni'ttoii e)f na
siitupsil feir l'.K5.i'.n, defciidsiit confe.wa Judg
incut. Kcvernl enses roiitlmied.
Tim poopln of WnllnVivwriro niurlt dllinijiolnlxl
em Weelueadsy last, by ilinnon-nrrlvnlof thWXIfig.
Ilolli natlvnnand forelgn.Mlind showit much en.
Ihualnsiii In tireimlrlngfnr bin reception, nnd had
sik-iii laneli (imo In mranujiig npprorlnte eleceirn
lions. Fortuuntely for the jse.)pl hfe, thtf band
nrrlved the dny iMfnre, on the HI(ltun')ltU,nm
Professor Heritor has given nn severs! epotttml
llm of llnicnlng bi moat charming wrjwle On
Wednemlny evening, the band pave a eotrvit at
ine resilience) or Jiniun Kulhelanl nun on tn ioi.
Inning evening, nnotlier on the grounds of W, H.
Ilallev. Mr. Ilailey had lllumlnnled his rraldeiico
and gintiliils very brilliantly nnd although on. of
two small showers occurred during thn evening
the conceit wns most enjoyabln lo nil. On Friday
evening a dniieei was hold nt tho " Union Hqhool
House," Wniluku, which wns well attended, Mr.
Hrowiin ntul Professor Xnvler nrn lo givu nn enter
incut Ihls oveiilng (Sttnldsy), nnd proinlso nn In
teresting programme...., A great many Amerloitt
flags ware flying nt Wallukn on WH.hlngtou'n
birthday Ilttonslvo preparations nro mid. for
tho reception of thn King nt Wniluku.
It Is slnle d, on good nulhorlty, els It were hnrdly
credible, tint Lnupihothoe Plantation Is turn
ing nut eight tons lo tlio acre. They have n 1WJ.
arre field nf this kind. While tho grinding Is go
ing on the am putting nn thn dotihle-eflrrt lately
finished by the Honolulu Iron Works llm first
iiiaiiufnrliiied in tho country.... Wei hnve never
before htnrd nny complaints as to Iho lameness of
Hawaiian stock, but owing to this, tho Kolialt
Milium! will probably linvo to fenco nconsldrrnbla
yrrton of tho road, nn thei mttft wtll not get unt
of thn wny iu spile of alt the whistling. ...'J lie
nrojict of liulldlng another mill in Kohnla has
liecu reconsidered nnd the nchemn abandoned In
fact mont of the sugar tarn in Kohnln nre linvluga
fit of the "blues" owing to ewnimerclal ptoapectn
nbrund, mid Imllllcnl onam nt home, nnd it is snfn
(o'pnillet a decrease rather than nn increase In
the production of the district... .Wo lenrn that
Jann s Woods of Puohiie, Kohnln. has liotight the
Knhun ranch, thn prnjicrtv of Allen AStnckpole,
for Ihe sum of S20.UQ0,,., The recent bad weather
In conjunction wild the Chinese New Yenr le-slivl-Hen
hnve hnd Ihe elTtct of Mopping nil tho Kohnla
mills ; otherwise) they are all grinding 'th
whaling bark .Vnmiio, Captain Colson, arrived nt
Hllo on the 23d nil., sixty dnjs from Han Frnnclsco
with 1!I0 barrels of sperm oil. She cruised near
the equator nnd look tho nbove quantity In two
weeks, nnd brought it to Hilo where it will be dis
charged nnd forwarded to Han Frnnclsco. ...Slenm
in still Issuing from tho Inst How from MnnnnLon.
...,'i ho roads in tho vicinity of Hllo arc in worse
coudit'ou than they hnve been in mnnv years
Tho rnln-fiill nn registered nt Hllo by Dr. 0. H.
Wclmoro from Feb. 1st to 24th, was i'1.7r. inches.
....Tho celestials celebrated Chinese Ntw Year,
in their usual plcnsaut mnnticr nt llllo. A great
many calls were made, and great quantities of
gooef things eaten nnd drank, yet tin re was no oc
casion to mako nny arrostn. The destruction of
firo crnckirn and bombs was imintime. 'lhey
seemed determined to havo n good tlmo regardless
EntTon I'r.xss: A ditease among horses, In
California nnd tlio Eastern States, called " Pink
Eye," hna been raging to nn alarming extent for
aoiiio months, nearly every case proving fatal ;
many horseo hato been, nnd nro being, brnncht
here from tho Coast, nnd ns liiere nro runny flr.e
ones owned here, I would nek through you if any
precautions havo been taken to prevent the intro
duction of Hint terrible disease into this Kingdom,
nnd not, icA.y not ? Eo.ur.er.
Edob I'jiebs: A correspondent of the Canter
Imty Timet, New Zealand, aaya in n recent lettor
from Mauritius published Jan. 28: "The recent
rcgulntionn of the Indian Government ou the
emigration of coolies from the Indian Presidencies
to this, aro causing n good dcnl of excitement, nn
the ilifflcultieH nut in the way of employing them
will, it in feared, be virtually a bar to emigration of
native laborers to this land, nnd ultimately react on
tho sugar production of the Colony." What truth
theio may bo in tho above we cannot any. It has
been intimated heretofore in some of the English
papers that the government of India wns not alto
gether satisfied with the treatment given to coolies,
not only in Mnuritios, but in other places. In f net
to satisfy nt tho same time the coolie himself, nnd
the paternal government or Great liritain, which,
like little Jack, watches over him, would task tho
powers of Omniscince, if not of Mr. llhodes.
Eorron Pnras i Extensivo preparations haves
been made hero for tho King's reception, nnd the
reception, decorating, ball and dinner committee
nro hard nt work. Tho decorating has been car
ried out to the letter. Arches of evergreens, bunt
ing, with mottoes, etc., have been erected. The
"royal" arch, at tho corner of High nnd Main
btrects, is erjnal, with ono exception, to any thnt
wns erected in Honolulu on the occasion of the
King's return from his tour i.broad. One largo one,
thirty feet long by sis feet wide, stretching ncroas
High street, beam the words Jfoha na tern tlia
Klal.iimin welcome from tho four waters: ( Wni
kapu, Wailnku, Waibee and Wni.ba.)
On the 22d alt., tho people were engaged nt nn
early hour mnklng the final preparations for tie re
ception, expecting the Kitig lhat day. Itegiuieuta
of native women, attired in gay and gaudy colors,
rododown to Maalaea tu receive him. A large
number of men iu red shirts, white iwnts and
black caps nnd hats accompanied them. The
greatest disappointment followed when tho mes
sage arrived that tho King waa not ou board nnd
that tho I.iltUle could not mako a landing at
Maalaea. The Hand hnd arrived per Ktlauea llou
from Honolulu the day before, nnd had it nut
passed over tho line of march rlaying beautiful
marches and followed by n large procession of
untito ladies, handsomely dressed, enrrj ing r n
ners with nppronrlato mottoes, flags, etc., it would
have been n dull dny indeed. About twentv joung
girls, dressed ill white, with baskets of 'flowers!
striwid tho whole lino of march with them. The
procession moved to the old Governor's house, on
Main street, where Mr. Jobu llich.irdson enter
tained tho people, nnd tbe Hand played a number
of pieces. At noon the Band gave another concert
nt the Court Houso grounds, and in tho evening
another nt tho Governor's house, tbe gronnda of
which were handsomely illuminated.
Whcu tbe King arrives be will receive a much
grnnder reception tbnn would have been nocorded
to him on Wixlnesdny, Feb. !d, na tbe committees
will have time to improve ou the pretlous arrange
ments, nnd are now nt work doing bo. The Hand
hns received Instructions to remain here two
weeks, or until tbe King arrives. 8. O.
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