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tluNuUU, M I , April !. iMj.
W t.W lAnr fri rrtontlnc tontlmi.iwe ofth
1rfitiriM4(tlvfiy i-toffi. In onr li ... iIciMImi huh
n.n.r.t Ly th rtnt. ittfflihUif. Ilt of a niirnVr of
UntH 1t. il'l.l itateof ,1, wf.tr,- I favor -He
I wr CMtM mnmM tn'V ami f.tria lUfngln-
1-ro.liKt for ihl.mn( with t,,,i trmi tffnUtSiy,
I hough wlthth Uf humhr if ,tMW wp for 0
foutt, their !. ling m tflioui. 7Ht Km tin
r if. itrlr of vrtt mule for lomUf 111 In
(...--. (mlwU Iiavi nM ln fmrri tfii
w-iV. tlHXjgli i,r - humlr fully ilu Hi
lfnmr Hif-riMi Aifttnl yurlr, w(ih flrmn im
mliraril, . ih AUidfll I IV fyr any flay It
ht (oatl ItWm (at hihlly b ei'-nl-! arHf than
lli tatl'f rt ff ril wrV
On Mottitay lett, Mr r.. I' AiUmt toll al auMlon
lh Ahiifrfiaa ,f Walpha)i, ltuaic . Iah- holf,
(nllt l)ilr of I fit, arxt tAmtftitfriK to-.. t (fieUm,
to H l H.mWrt, fof .lie lum of $14 -Vi At th
am .im arM la, a .mail .art I of land, In ihe ton
r( Mi to, IUpwi of lot., SifKr llaniaiWi fr
.i; On Uiiinlay nii a r,irnl-r rf artU f land
In Manna Valley, ami on ()un '(, UiKlm to the
l- Fiiala wIMfffr. frr.Mliiy Mr A .Urn, Atwi,
.W.lr.lt ImlMititf Ijt on fort lrt tjifninff lh 10.
fwMyrf lli 1t taj-t J tron.
A half intrrrM (n tha Mtimmit. SLWp Kanh, IU
wall f Mr )m(Uy hat Uen purt.i.U',1 ly Mr
J N W-,-,,1 r,fihl tUy
lly tmiftMy of C Ilrawrr k Cornf any, -.in '.vot.!
with lh f-l!..wlnit lrU from 1 M lanrTllltl of ihf
Xtnttt I StaiM far m ft rtUfM to fug an
"ti.nf, Schedul JiAn All ivjriu tv
txt No 1 j Dutch tantarl netx that) ( ay iluly
on Ihrir lariHni lt ai follow,
' All niitara not ilm No 13 hutch itamlar 1 In
rf 1 (r. altlarilt bottomt, )tiii nf cantjuic or of L't
Juk, mrlaila roncnlrtl, melaita roncrrtf an I con
ctnirat'ri mnlaMPt, tilnc ty ih Air iva aUv
evenly fiT (UjreM, hll jr a iluty of on anl furty
liuntlfnlih (tmi (r amnI, ami Ujt evrty ad litlwial
itrgtraor f fat (Ion of a ttegrr ihon t y it tUriwoj
tft, thty tliall f ay four humtrcMthi of a cent jr i-mnd
' All ti(tri atmva No 13 hutch ilamtar I In cotjr
ahall ldaMifiM ty th Dutch tlandard of color, and
lty duty ai follow, vli :
"All ingari aljv No ij anl not atwve No. 16
Dutch Mandar J, two arxl tvrnty fif hundredth cent
jr Hiun t
All mean at)ve No, 16 and not aliota tto to
Dutch Mandard, thre ctnlt r nxn I
" All itiicati aIkv Uo to I)utch ilandard, three and
fifty hundrettltit Cenli tt (ound
MoU telling not aln fifty ili tltgtrt by th
ularlMOp fthall pay adutynf four cenll jer gallon
molav letting mUnre ffiytli itegreci, ihall pay a
duty of eight ctnt pr galton
"Sectltnit 'Hiai In repect of all article men
tlontd In Schedule K of Section 0 of thl Act, thl Att
ahall taic effect m and after the Flril day of June,
Anno D iminl, ! Igrieen Hundred anl I ighty three "
Arrived at Port of Honolulu.
Kill uea Hon. tm, Sear, from Kahulul Annl ji
Ihtu, Km, I-oremen, fm liana and Molokal " 11
Iwalanl,tlm, lUtet. fm Konat Kauand MaaUea " i
Waiehu, fcch, from lido ' 21
I'auahi, Kh . fn m OoVala. ' at
Nettie Merrill, xh, Christian, from IIunna. " ai
K llitl op, itm, Cameron, from Kauai " 21
Walltlr, fh, from Mahko " 2a
I iVehie, ttm, King, from 1 1 do and way pott ' aj
Moravian, lint hit, Hiiictt, from New Cattle,
NSW ' ,a
InaSwratey, Am tern, Kay, from Humtioldt " u
iamea Makee, itm, .MCUonahl, from Kauat
.cVauluohi, ach, from Hanalti
Kaluna,ch , from MahVo
almanato, Urn, Nelton, from WalmAnalo
Halealiala, ch, Crane, from 1'epeekeo
Jennie, Kh, from Kauai V
leall, kch, from Kbhalalclc
Marion, wh, from Kukuiluete
Mary h. oter, Kh, from I'unaluu
I'hrenftli, (er atm, rivher, from Hrtmcti
HeprrUn, Am tgtn Winding, for Humtoldt
Kitauea llou, Mmr, Sean, for Kahulul
jvioKOiu, aim , tlc(regor, tor Koolau
I hulutl, h, for Wablua.
Malolo, Kh, for Hakalau
KaaU, Kh, for Koulau (
Kitiap, Ambktne, Kohinton, for Port Town
I ikrhke, itm, King, for lido and way ports
C It. Ilithop, itm, Cameron for Kjxual
Ihua, lin, Irfjrenren, for Molokal and liana.
Wainianato, tm, Nelwn, for Watmanah
Wailele, ch, fr Mahko
UiUma, Khr, for Honoipii
IwaIani,Mm, lUtes,for Maui and Hawati
fame Makee, itm, McDonald, for Kauai
Vaichu, Kh, for l'aukaa
Olenelg, Hrit Mm, Snrechly.for Victoria, II C
I linor Vernon, Am tktne, Humphrey for I'ort
Nettie Merrill, acli, ChHutan, (or I-ahaina,
W II Dimoikl, Am bktne, Houdlett, for S. F
I etpig, II I G M S, Herbig, for okohanu
Merchant Vessels Now
J. A ALkiNnuao, Goodman.
C, R IltsMor, Walters . .
W. H. MKVKR, Delane) . .,
Madra, Hradle), (in quarantine)
Iankt Court, Isaacihen
11. W. AtMV, Freeman
?, D Strkckels, trtit,
I- UHRkA, Iee
D C Murray, Harrington
Jlla, Kirk .
I. C toRii, GrifTith.....
AlORAMAN, UlUClt. . .. ...
I SNA Smfaskv, Kay
LllRRNPKLS, titchcr., . .,,.
. Am 1 gtne
. Hrit um
, Am. tern
Vessels Expected from Foreign Ports
IIrbmsn, Ger. bit. CANorus. I,oose
Due July to. HackfelJ & Co.. Aatnt.
&.iBKrvui nrii. AnipucKNiiCRViK,.
t .. - i!. t. . . ... ' ' n
Due May l f. H. Daviea A Cu.. Acfnis.
ItoSTfiN, Am. bk, S II Allkn LldrUIge
Due June 1 5 C Brewer & Co., Agents.
Clascow, Itntship, Siiandon Paisiful
iiue juiy i.e. u wt .Mactariane ft Lo, Agents.
London, via St Michaels, t rti S S Arihcrlde .,.
Due April mm. G W. Macfarlane Si Co., agents.
Nnw Castlk, N S W. Harmouius
Due G W. MATflrUne & fVv. mti.
NkwCastlr.N SW.Untbk Pacific Slok .Hames
t'Uf. 11. iuckicUl&Co.,agts.
DtrARTURR lUY.AmUCO Whitmork., .Calhoun
hue Allen s Kobtruon, agents.
Nkw Castlk, N. S W , Ambktne Malay, .Teterton
Due. Coal, ships' account.
HoNr.KONd, Ger bk Uyingsto StctTent
Due April 105. HackfeU 4 Co., agents.
South Ska Is.. Haw sch Mana Killing
hue lat of ApiiL A. r. Cooke, agent.
New Caitlr. N S W, Am Utn Grack KoBiRTS-Olsen
Due Ajru t-yx
Nkw Castlk, NSW, - tstklla , Poole
Due April s 30. W, G. Irwin &. Co.. agents.
IlONGKONfi, r.stss. CiTvofTokia Maun
Due May .s. H. HackfelJ ft Co., Agent.
Soltii Ska Islands, Haw. sch. Jilia.. ..Holland
Due Uit of April. A r , Cooke, Agent.
PORILANU, O , Am bk FUINORK. .....JcilVl
Due In all April F, A. Schaefer & Co., Agents.
Nkw omk. Am bk. Smrtan . ,,,.,,,,., Crosalcy
Due lulv 10-it Uitilt a rA. Ai,nii
jAnrMKcnco, I law. OK. MLYtiRACK
(i Mahukona.) lauding April 1.
Port (Jahblk, Am Kh Twilight .
(For Mahukona,) hue April 11 jo.
San Francisco, Am. bktne. Discovery,
Due Mav kl
, rent man
Newcastle. N. S V St Uurenck. ,
lxuding March it Wilder 4 Co., Agent
Newcastle, N. S. W., Nonantum .,,.,
leading March si. a Hrcwtr Ca, Agents.
San Francisco, Am. bktne Kmma CLAUPlNA.Matson
(ForHilo.) Due April 11 30
Port Gauhlk, Am. bktne klikitat , Cutler
Due May .$. H. HackfelJ Co., Agents.
1rt llLAKELEY,Am.blL. Kkvkrk Mclnlyrt
Due April 930. Allen k Robinson, Agcnis.
San Francisco, au Siez. ,,DoJJ
Due May o Wra G lrb It Co, Agent.
Sypnuy, r m . s- City or New York., SearU
Due May 7, H. HackfelJ Co., agts.
San Francisco, r m e. s. Aitralia , , Tulloh
if DuaMayu 11 HackfelJ & Co., a.
Hl'Maoiur, Am Utne Monitor. . t1.
Now due Lcwcr ft CooLe, Agents.
LlVKRrooL, Hrit. bk. Isia op Anclesea Ditncy
TosailuiApnl G W, Macfarlane 4 Co, Agents.
roKT Gamrlk, Am. bk. Hors, Penhallow
Due May 13 90. I ewers ft Cooke, Agents.
The Diwoverv may be looked for from San Francisco
the Utter part of nest week, anj may bring a mail.
Ihe Rrltikh steamer Glcaclf sailed on Wednesday
last for Met or u, U, C.
Tlie ui per worts of the Hermann art alt caulkej and
pre 1 aratlons are now being wade U heave her down, at
the old Custom House wharf.
The American bfiganline W. H. Meyer It loaJinf at
llrewer 4 Co. ' wharf, and will sad for San F rancuco
The jUtiUh ship Janet Court I at the olj ucamUuu
wharf dinharging, after which site will load for San
I rancuco, to sad soon.
The Atnertcanlem Una Seavy, arrivtd from Hum
toldilaaSunJar. with a cargo of lumber, hlchshe li
diKhajguig at Allen 4 Kobmon 's mharf.
Itie Amenan baiVenttne F ureka has dUchargad all
other down cargo, andwas hauled upon the railway
The American bark Uule Marshall Is ducharglng
lumber at the foot of Fort street, b he let urns to Ihe
Sound In ballast.
IIIH.MS. Nayesdnkk will saj for Hongkong
00 baluftlay nest, via Mahukona, where she goes
leave his majesty.
The American tern J C Ford is at Sorenson s wharf
(Luharguii. She returns to San Francisco wuhdn
The American bark I) C Murray Is duthargin- and
receUin freight at the Utcltke s wharf She return
to San Frantuco the latter part of unt week,
The DntUh steamer Madras it stilt quarantined out
side. On Thursday, the Kaluna carried a load of coal
TheAlw)J IX Spmkels, Ula and Ea, are U the
stream eausa- cargoes; the Utter vessel will sail for
San Francisco on or about luesday oest, the SpreckcU
soU4 U14 U a day or two.
Ilu Biuuh talk Moratsaa is at the foot of the like
hke s whaif JUcharslotf a cargo Ucoal She anned
last dai frvui tw Cause, N. S. W , bv)m bkb
pott thetaiMrrilte tl MarJil-.it On the i,thh
a sir ng gal f r n f was epitt d, durf-g
whkh th botwarkt were md tri tvral taU ipht
and oihef damage riurw On thId J Jin Uurrn, a
seaman wat wstred oerUxifd anf druwr,u
Irom I nreVa, ir l-f Sf Am II t-f rMr
I rom an FraneiVn, pr J( TmA, Afllsi Dr (1
From Tort IowmrJ, pf I Irrkr Marshall, Atifllr
rrnm Hawaii am) Mani. tr IwalarH. Aorll ft Mr
( II Klnnav, VI JwiMJr, J t McKenrU, W II Darfs
ani wn, Mt VMrrmmirr, arwl Slmt ftJcS
rrom Kahulul, t Ktlana llrni, Arrll tt I
St arrati Mr PMiff O ( WilHame, J W Kalu
if, I II RlfJr, Mrs KiilUlanl, Prof W I)AIi
Sllllalvy, C yl. Mrs f rownfngbttrg, and
from Kahulul, pr K(lana If mi, Arrlt tf Mrs V
In A rf
rrnm wMwar I iirti, r IfWIiW, Ar-tU tt-(n
iKrfnlnl. tM I tri-t. Il 1 Klf(mV. l l-.U A
H M-rfmjcmir. J VnrAf arwl wf. D r itfjt I, PK
IlirKl f UMn I) U VMa. (1 flrown. O H I wirt
r iniiirr, wir an. hl I, j mlili Lol uI I, (II
Hkharlttm, J Hkhat Iwn. W II ( ummmg J A
Palmer, II A I iivotnU II I (otrtnU, Mrs J (nm
mlngt arwl 1 Ml I, P N MaW. wlf arvl ihiM lion A
Fmnander. CaM I laybir If lotayth, r (onfall
Mrs SimtMi, Afit Simn, l:iH Willi
1 or Royal Hoad, f flnIg Aprils) jthlnnam
Fur Han rrarwtvn (t f vpk At-ril ro I f Webb,
WHW0.ML1 J Nwrls I Kunir, J( I'aukV, i.
Fr r Molnbal an.1 Maul, t-r Uhua, April itC W
f Urfc, Mr M King, M Uwie, A lllake, ami aVmt r
Foe Kauai t Jame MaWr, Afll ij I Mfneer,
0 and I. In irib, a MIum rilroniti, H M fluchanan
H 1 Mredice, aivt o drcV
For Maul and Hawaii, t Nalanl, April ft VF f
Hntke, A GUa. I K MammUr, II I U. J I mith.
(1 H I wart. II Frarrr, O A Kkhartwrti, I J Small, J
H I yrKli, D K VI Ij, and 13 deck
For Kauai, r f H llulwp, Arril n MrsPACmta
amlf clildren. MIm R t nil, WdWwl, If A 1 u
tomb, II Williams, Ml Stol, I I edwarJ, J N lona
and daughter, and atvnit 73 deck
For San Francisco. t W II Dimond, April ; M
Davit, wife an 1 family, F Keitar.Ver, R II ll'hham, R
ltd ey, Mr W F U hnton an 1 child, O C Swam. I, R
Underwood. F CaniiT, M Ilnthiine, J W Davie, A
Wallace, J Kamtdiil, J Ackroyd, I Keren
For w(nlard porn, per IikeliLe, Afrits I R
Vida, CaM I Spencer, UrvH C Damon, JA Hotter,
Mrs W I1 ItoM-r. (i t William., T II Davits, ) Cote
man. R P Kiitkalil, D CrownlnKlrtirg ami wife, Capt D
laylor, C Sylva, Mev H Walnwrlcht, I C Forsyth, (;
Kltite, A McKay, I WCay, wife and 3 children, Mr
1 C Kirkwnml. J W Kalua and wife, II I, Ir-nnn, F
Lonra.lt, P N Make Mr li M)l.a and chill, Mrs
CHrewrr-r. Mr M Stevens, DF Sanfrd, I.CMao
farlane, R S Smith, Mrs F H HaMinKt, Ml R Makee,
R R Hind, Mist N iwr, (J A I wart
from Homrlonff. rr CatAle. Attit ttL llilnt firm
3 I I'll mde, 73,04 j kf in transit
FrrAnahota, jwr Parallel, Arnl 19 7 S Spalding,
IM kits nail, ifq,oiift RW lumber, ro,ujptt
From New Cattle. dt Moravian. Artrilxa Irwin &
Co, iy ions coal
From Port lownwd, per I irie Marshall, April a
lowers A Cooke,- 4 jy ft rouch lumber, 94,316 ft
lt( Iumter, 5,ck laths, Ii5,ai5 Milngle
Fiomf ureka, per l.ena Sweary, April aa-Allen 4
Rotinson, 109070 fi rough redwood, 15;(J4 ft nutic,
HT.Mt ft clear reilwood. uki fanev ntckrli. ifum
From San Francisco, rer City of S)dney, April t6
I yon A lvey, t c crackers, r c firearms, Cohn A Co,
a CS broom. 1 c lra. ft r liliU. 1 r rl.iKr r.lna.
batestwine, HoIliMer4Co, 1 pkfc adv matter, 14c
medicines, t c tobacco. 1 ctrura. I K McI)onU. 1
cs Ujjkt, Hart llro, 37 csetcss, 9 kic butter, PMllips
A Co, 8 cs cloth, r c crackers. Castle A Cooke, a c
Iwoks. 11 cs machinery, I T Waterhoute, 3 cs station
ary, II J Uvey, 3 trunks ctothinfc, S Magnin, 4 cs
doming, Minor) iacKaj;es 10 various aiure and 64 7
(ku asst mdie to Chinese firms.
From San Francisco. I I) Snreckel. Anril n linn
I w, 1) pke hardware, ( Wet 970 Imrs iron, 10 Mis
steel, ( W Mocfarbne ft Co, iytc bran, aonW aks
llMir, havietft Co, 4 bs brdt, 1 barometer. Ilyman
Hro, 8 cs ltoottand shoe, a ci dry good, II Ahmu, ra8
rkg eroceries, C F Wolfe, 483 pkgs grocen-, Mc
Chetney A Sun, 873 pkg at eroceries and feed. fcrVj
sks salt, 400 1 sk flour, lrktpotatoet 48 sks hair,
it reeu vo, ato raie nay, 1 uuis, aj csk leer lnln
A Co. 6 t kct hardware. 26 ktri naiti. 116 tka trrain. inn
bale hay, 12 cl rope, iujoiiosis. 163 pkgs erocerie.
Ivejoy A Co, ao c wine, LP Adams, 417 cVbread, II
4 y lucmann, ion oriCKS, jo pes pipe, J IJ Lane, 20 cs
From San Francisco, per I ureka, Ajnl 16 S Nott,
t3afes, Sacs hardware. J S McOrew, 4 tanks cv.
line, M Mclnerny, s c boots. 1 c hats, DaviesftCo,
ion bi SPike. lM trick. C II ludd. ftoiVlrt-n. i-i
bale hay. C 6 Ilerjter, is tanks naptha and j;avtine,
llackfeld A Co, 68 pkR bread, y bricks, 34 bales
hay, 618 sks dour, r c governor, 173 bbls lime, ra8 sks
barley, 1 c shirt, Allen ft Kobmon, 853 kzs nails.
His Majesty, 39 pkgs glaware, ) I Waterhouse, 63
hales hay, rjo sks feed, II May, 7o,f ks Hour, 350
sks feed, 799 pkgatt eroceries, Wilder A Co, 5 pkjjs
window. 118 doors, Arnold A Co. 19 mute, ao bales
hay, 9a sks feed, C Afong, Soo ks bone meal, 100 talcs
ha, 14a tksbran, 1 horse, 3ouojiosti
From San Francisco. Der I C Ford. Anril ao Irwin
4 C 335 coils rope, 1100 pk(; aist groceries, hardware
and dry good. 4317 post, A Kraft, 2 u notions, j c
clocks, McChcsnev ft Son, 80 K sks Hour, 48S rkgs
a groceries, Wll Holmes, 6 pkgs meal, 4o pkes
flour, 67 pkg$ groceries, I pkg harness, tapkg furni
ture, 56 pkgs alt, a pkgs boots and shoes. 10 pkes har
row; F- PAdami. I7pkg furniture; CO Merger, 4 safes,
fc. F ecd Co. aoo bales has . 10 b? baric V. en htr hran.
50 bg middlings, loo bgs cat; A Herbert, 89 sks puta
toes, 318 ks bran, K I Uhman, 50 bales hay, 30 sks
bran, ao tks oat, H I Works, 1 csk crockery, 1 c hard
ware; G W Macfarlane A Co, aso sks bran, 100 bbls ce
ment, 150 sks oats, 7pcs iron, 356 bars! cad, 3a pes pipe,
I tube. I lackfeld A Co. 10.000 brick. Davie A t!o. -vt..
oin bricks. G F Well. 1 nkir hefUiraiL K I Si rMar,t
lu FlK' luv"tst wiun, 31a px Kiuterics, ,nincsc
firms, 893 pkt, asst mde
From San F ranciico. rr D f! (nmv. Annl tA U
Grieve ft Co, pdgs print inj- ink; Dept Finance, 4 pkg
stationary; Hoard of hducation, a pkc nutionary; M
J Koe estate, 16 pkgs saddler): 1 Lack, 25 cs sew.
ing machines; j W Rawlins, 50 pfcgs rosin; Schaefer A
Co, 6$ sks potatoes, jo sks flour, 33 cs coal oil. 3.3 t kgs
provisions, 4 cs dry goods, 13 cs crackers, 5 pkgs lumi
ture, 384 loles hay, 600 sks gram, 1 c stationir) ; Mc
Int)reAI)ros, 4001k flour, 118 pkgs crackers, 13 cs
meal, 113 pkg groceries, 50 sks beans, Ilolhster A Co,
34 I kg drug; Cohn ft Co, 1 show case, 89 pkgs dry
foods, ai pkg tobacco, 1 pkg cigarettes, Lawrence A
rcath, 8 cs powder, 3csksccat, 6 bars iron; Allen A
Robinson, ao8 pes cedar, 800 bdl shingles, aoo posts;
0 I ucas, 4BM bricks, aoo bbls lime. 30 sks oats, ic
castings, Order, 186 bales hap, aoo sks feed, 1 horse, a
kgs tripe, 33 cs canned goods, 4 pkgs houiehold effects,
rtwuiiK ik 1 ucn a. ,o, 239 pK asM groceries.
From San Franclico. ner Flla. Annl ? ltriupr Jt
Co, ax bricks, 63 tons sand, 18 bbls salmon, noorls
irvn pie, ia iii aspnaiam, a odis coai tar, 14 cs rivets.
5l'CIead, ic tools, 4 stakes, 133 bales has, aoojf
ik nour, 1 wagon, 33osksieeu, 3007 posts, 1 pkg wool,
1 coop 30 hen, 3 bulls, 1 c paper, 103 sks potatoes. Grin'
I pkg wool,
baum A Co, 3 cs dry goods, 3 cs cigarettes, 378 sks
bran. 210 sks flour, at rn.es eroceries. a cs comb, to c
candles, 43 cs crackers and bread, 4 cs boots and shoes;
Macfarlane A Co, aoo cs beer, iC show cards; I eirce
A Co, 24 cs yellow metal, 24 kgs nails, 1 c bolts, 16 pkg
shin chandlery; S M Damon. 37s sks feed; Dillingham
ft Co, 2 bates hair, 1 bbt lampblack, 43 pkgs paint, 18
olg hardware, 30 kgs nails, a safes, 1 c books, t vase,
Mrs Singer, 301 sks flour; Miss L Fuller, 17 pkgs furni
ture; F Cooke, 6 bbls beet, 6 bbls salmon, 1 bdl copper
rods; Hart Pro, 34 cs bread, as pkgs groceries, 40 sks
potatoes; UeChat, io bbls lard. 1 bate salt, iocs
corned beef, W H Reed, 300J4 ski flour, Boo bgs feed.
577 I kgs asst croccne, Allen A Robinson, 173 single
doors; lowers Cooke, 4PE window and glaj, P
C Jones, ao bates ha) ; Phillips A Co, 460 sks flour, aco
sks feed, 56 cs salmon, 6 bales paper, 13 cs o)sters, 4 cs
sauce. S cs groceries; Castle A Cooke, 19 pkgs powder;
Dr J W ight, 153 pkgs aut groceries; Order, 4 cs lead,
36csdo, 3 pkg to address, WtngWolat A Co, 163
pkg asst groceries.
Fx W II Dimond. hence far Sin F nnrtu-A. Annl
StSUpkaTS sugar, 1,062,3a) lbs, Suopkgsrtce, 80,000
MJB. VI I1C till TAIUV, 474,430,30.
Piacock-Wiuon Ai the rt!J!K of A. J Can-
right, April int. by th. Rtv I. A. Crujin, Walter
C. 1'ucm.k ami MU Lj tlu r uller. of San t rannco.
Oat-V vit In thU city, Apnl 14th, by the Rev. J
.(uan, .1 in. rctiucncc w j li, Aincnon. lonn
M.Oat ofthlicily, and Mm L)tlia tulltr of San
SATURDAY, APRIL U, lUj.
Nol a little complaint hu Inert uttered
alut tlic unccnnc of the charges mail e by
the loaril of Immigration against the iminl
grant! which have lately arriwil by different
ccU from China. In ome cases, they cer
tainly seem exorbitant and unleJ the seem,
ing discrepancies can bo properly cxplainnl,
they will afford cause for the inference of par
tiality or crookedness in the action of the board
or its agent. The pAsscngers per Oceanic -me
three dap at depot and were charged each $i
for hospital tat and $1 for expenses. Those
per Suet ucre fourdats at depot, and u ere
charged $3.13 each. 1'asscngcn per Glcnelg
were Lept six dass in shore nuaianllne,
and charged $7.75 each, while those
per City of S)dncy, after being
kept four da),, were charged IS.50.
The immigranis which armed per
Coptic, weie moscd to the depot last Mon-
da , and each of ihcoc releasol the two da) s fob
lowing were charged $10.50, while thox re
leased the day afitt that, were only charged
$$.50, the board refusing to refund the differ
ence to those first released. Enquiries were
nude by Minis. Alee, Wong Leong and C.
Winam, u to the nature of the charges nude.
but no satisfaction whateer was obtained by
their queries. We would be pleased to learn
what the board of tmtmgration hat to say upon
The great luspciuion bridge between HiooL
l)ii and New York will soon be open fot
traffic ; and Mill U free to peJcttiians.
11111:111: ,t 111: 11 ; tiitrrriMir
The men who at present have charge cjf our
ship of state, seem lo hare no control of Ihe
helm, no srttlnl principles to direct their ac
Horn, To day an order It Risen f to morrow-
it i rescinded, or even In the same day contra
ilktnry orders are Issued ami diamrtlically op
ite statement made In regard lo txlicy and
purpov, The mismanagement of the Chln
Immigration Is likely lo Involve us in serious
tumble wilh other nations. The whole treat
menl of the labor problem by Cilrvm and his
confreres is as unsatisfactory and mischievous
as il It stupid and suicidal. The financial ir
regularities which cannot forever In covered
over or kept out of sight, are as foolish as they
rr criminal. The neglect of Internal Improve
menu win inmci irretnraoie namage on
llir prmerity of the country, which Is also
dally Imperilled by disregard of all precautions
ngilnst provoking the people of the United
Slates 10 stand out against a renewal of the
reciprocity treaty on lh ground that the ad
vantages accruing frurn it to Ihe government
ami the fple of thes Islands are frittered
away In thsmeful folly anil ruinous cscctcs
So many of the community are dependent one
wiy and another on the emoluments of gov
eminent office tint it it next to lmmllile to
secure any concerted action which may emlir
rats, If it did not upset the government:
I'irt of our trouble comes from Inherited vicious
custom. The King has I:en allowed to
ebingc the "responsible ministers" of public
affairs at his whim, has been cajoled Into doing
this again and again or applauded lor doing
It when it suited the views of certiin ptrtics
Hut this aibltriry, frcildsh style of persons!
rule was not the style contcmplttcd by the con
ttiliition. Tint Migna Chirttr of Hawaiian
liberties wat never Intended to lmxnc upon
Ihe country an Irresponsible, reckless, disrepu
table set of adventurers. True, such men may
be called to account, but whtfit to Impeach or
prosecute them ? It hit been evident
from the very first that thedihson ministry has
never descrsed nor rccciscd the confidence or
respect of the community. The Hawalians
who like any interest In (mllticil affairs Insc
shown this unmistakably. The foreign rcsi
dentt his e tlonc the same through Ihe public
press, in public addresses, in social ostracism,
and In the common talk of the streets. As
these men now in mwer have never Incurred
the good opinion of (he community, they make
no pretence of any regard lor it, mil continue
in their inlstmnagcment of public affairs in de
fimcc of public disproval. 1 low long is this
state of things to continue? What political
sigicit) does this community show in allowing
this government to drift along, the current all
the while earning the ship of stite perilously
neir the brcikcrs? Must we simply trust the
fivonng I'rovidencc (hat has so often interoscd
for the good of this nation? Is there no one
(breasting the future and so be prcpired inthc
coming emergencies to direct wisely and guide
intelligently the future of this Hawaiiin king
dom? Hate our planters nothing t do but to
sec that they put in cane enough )ear b) ear
to cos er expenses and roll up profits? What
arc the defects in the present method of man
igcmcnt tint hue been the unguarded weak
pliccs through which the present mimstr) has
crawled into their pliccs of misrule? Surd)
it n time thil thinking men among us should
carefully consider the lessons of political exper
ience to lie read in the history of the past, and
so be ready to unite in a well constructed pin-
lorm of political reforms. We need more than
a chmgc in the mimstr). We need such well
considered changes in the construction of the
government as shall make it impossible for a
similar set of incompetents to crawl in a simi
hr way into places of official position only to
disgrace and injure the country. Let us hase
Chinese immigration well regulated or entirely
restricted; internal improsements undertaken
on some broad and comprehensive plan ; ex
penditures belter guarded, more economical for
worthy objects of public utility; education
more thorough and practical and the door shut
against an) more such back-way entrances into
the King's councils as we hase seen possible in
the case of Gibson and his set.
-I.V OVTHIDK XEMCAM. OVIXIOX.
An extract from the official report of J. R.
Tr)on, M. D., of the United States Nasy.upon
"Leprosy in the Hawaiian Islands," is pub
lished in the April number of the American
Journal of Medical Sciences.
From this report we propose to make a few
extracts, as showing the laxness which has
long prevailed here, in our treatment of so im
portant a subject; as also the views of a highly
scientific man, who is able to speak from an
entirely independent point of view. Doctor
Tryon, in speaking of our system of segrega
tion, sap; "Tlnss)stem hasdonemuch.no
doubt, in preventing an increase of the disease,
and some indications of progress In that direc
tion would doubtless be observable liefore this,
if existing laws relating to their segregation
had been absolutely carried out." He goes on
to say, that "this has not been done," not
forgetting, however, to mention his pleasure
before leaving this place, at the fact " that the
Hoard of Health had determined to make a
vigorous search in the districts of Honolulu,
(he probably means the islands,) to ascertain
the exact number of persons suffering from the
disease and to subject them to
proper treatment. He sa)s, "that there is
not only a larger proportion of recognized
lepers in the Hawaiian Islands than in any
country in the world, but that the proportion,
from statistics and observation, is stcadil)
increasing;" and accounts for this prevalence
and increase, by the " general belief, that the
disease is onlv shohtls. or not at all coma.
gious," and the consequent free intercourse
between the leprous and healths, and the
"weak enforcement of laws for its suppres
He sa)si "The whole history oflenrosy
in the islands points directly lo its being
contagious in nature." He speaks In dis-
paragement of the half measures adopted by
the government, as well in the matter of secte-
gation, as that of the medical treatment of
leprous patients, and suggests the organization
of a board or commission of medical " experts,
Invited if necessary, from the United States
and Europe," to examine throuehlv into the
nature of the disease, and the question of its
amenability to, or cure, by treatment. The
fact is also mentioned that Ihe government
offers no inducement to " the general practi
tioners, and others in Honolulu, to study It
properly and advise upon the subject."
Doctor Tt)on iaysi " Those treated In hospi.
tals under government control, receive a fair
diet of pol, salt fish, meat, and vegetables, and
at much professional attention and nursing as
it possible, under the present ill advised
system, The iodide of potash and other
remedies, teem to be fteel) used, with imper
fect results, and ncr record, If they have been
tried, of the efficiency of hoangnan and calcium
sulphide. This whole subject certainly de
sen ei (and we believe so, too) not only the
attention of medical men, but of governments
and legislators, and no civilization can expect
to prosper which allow its peopte to suffer
and remain In the condition they now arc.
Without some speedy radical chance, on the
part of the government, by special ami wise
legislation, regardless of cost, directed to the
proper Investigation and possible extermina
tion of this disease, and to ameliorate the con
dition of ihe people, one can but ptedict fo
the Hawaiian tact, with the pittwl fttuyUl of
naturahrcd foreigners and ytarly increased
immigration ol I ortugucsf, l hinetc, JWwe
gians and Italians, a total ettlnction of the
native population throughout the Islands."
The Doctor, speaking of "a hnny recently
advanced, lint leprosy It Identical with a cer
lain stage of syphilis," wvsi "It cannot l
admitted, and any such belief ntn lt be pro
vocative of harm liy misleading lliose who
have Ihe rrstmrrtllilllty of action In Ihe great
question of relief for a suffering pmple, I'm
frsslorwl men, conversant with Ihe medical
hlstoiy of lh- two diseases, and who have
observed them clinically, cannot fall to reeog
nlre them at entirely distinct from each other "
rut: M.imi.tH Qir.iit.i.'tTiM',
Much as we approve of every Icgillmite tf
fort being made by the authorities In prevent
the flooding of these IsMndt by Ihe wholesale
and Indlserlmlnite introduction of Chinese
mile Immigrants, we cannot IraC feel that, In
the case of tin- Madras, an Injustice It being
dow lo Ihe Captain, offierri, arid iati-ngert
of that tesiel, in the jiosillve and erhtent
refusal of the llotnl of Health lo establish a
I roper quarantine. We can fx no reason
why the unfortunate fact of thr In
fection which exists on board, should be te!ed
upon nt an excuse to drive away the few hun
drend Chinese on lioaril, which under other
circumstances would lie allowed to hnd. In
this particular case, the question of Immfgra
lion should be entirely let aside, and that
alone of the afflicted condition of the icoplc on
lumrd, be considered. To refuse to such, the
benefit of quirantlni-, especially at the vessel
wis cleared for this iorl, docs not lo us, seem
humane; and if not htiminc, must certainly lie
In contrariety with the spirit of international
hw. And, It Is neither excuse, nnr justifica
tion to say, that we have no treaty with China,
and thit we will be safe from consequences
Neither Is it any excuse for the singular ac
tion taken in this case, to revert to the fsct
thit we have statutes in existence looking Im
mediately to the protection of the Islands from
a Mongolian invasion, since such provision of
hw has lieen so recently Ignored. Aside from
the question of smillpox, the Immigrants by
the Madras are no more undesirable as an ac
quisition to our population than were these
which arrived later by the Copic, Glcnclg and
Hut these were allowed toland. After such
action by the government, it certainly seems
nther late to say, as has been said, by a semi
official contcmiorar); "We do not want the
Madras passengers, sick or well, not any more
male Chinese coolie-sunder the present circum
stances. This sudden influx has come upon the
country without any due notice."
Thit government should hive known what
it wanted before allowing later arrivals than
the "Madras passengers" to land, and of
whose incoming it had no more "due notice
thin it had of the prospective arrival of the
Chinese by the Madrxs. We have been told;
by the contemporary referred to, of a "partul
quarantine," whichhas recently been establish
ed Such an announcement seems to us, with
out sense, and the action involved, perhaps
without precedent in modern times.
Kf'rr.cr or Tin: unrisnn T.turrr.
The revised tariff of the United States has
considerable interest for us at the Hawaiian
Islands. Not that our sugars are to be subject
lo the new rates of duty b) the polariscopc
test any more than they have been since the
treat), as some of our correspondents seem to
fear, but on account of its effect upon the gene
ral market. In the commercial column we
give extract, of the tariff relating to sugars,
which will go into effect on the first of June
next. The expression that we will lose about
half a cent per pound on our sugars, is shown
to be true in the main by a comparative exami
nation of the new scale with the present
method and tariff, based unon the terms and
rates of the current year's contracts made wilh
Mr. Spreckels, with which our producers and
agents are perfect!) familiar. This wc will
endeavor to make clear in the following man
ner. Upon all sugars above No. 13 Dutch stan
dard, not affected by or subject to the polaris
copc test, the duty is as follows:
Abote f-o. ij and not above No. 16 Jt.;j Vioo fts
Above No. 16 and not above No. 20.$ jjo ' H.
Above No. ao.. .... ..... ... . .$3.50 " E
Therefore, sugars under No. 14 polarizing
91 degrees will pa) $2.04 per hundred pounds.
The dut) as per schedule on the basis of 75
degrees would be $1.40; difference between
75 and 91 degrees equals 16, which at 4 cents
per degree will give 64 cents. Add this to the
$1.40 basis and we have $2.04 as the duty on
the grade of sugar that is now paying $2.50
per hundred pounds, a difference of 46 cents,
or $9.20 per ton. Our readers will therefore
see that where our sugars are sold subject to
the market rates upon a Manila, or Cuban
basis, with the benefit of remitted duties ac
corded by the treat), that we are affected onl)
in the ratio that duties are lessened on other
sugars than ours imported into the United
States, a fact too that was recognized as quite
likely when our treaty was entered upon.
KILAVKA I'LASTATIOX CASE.
In another column will be found a letter
from Mr. Macfie of the Kilauea Sugar Corn
pan), presenting his version of the story of the
late labor troubles which occurred on the Ki
lauea Plantation a short time since. Mr. Mac
fie takes objection to our account of the case
as it occurred in the Police Court of this dis
trict, on the ground that it Is "an entirely one
sided and incorrect report." Let us briefly say
that the only report we pretended to make was
such as could be gathered from the written
records of the Police Court, and if it is "one
sided and incorrect," it is not our fault certainly,
as before that court and at that tiial, no evi
dence whatever was put in for the defense.
Mr. Macfie, after reciting his version of the af
fair, sayst "All the other complaints reported
in your paper that are not frivolous, are devoid
of truth." If so, it would certainly have
seemed wisi tlut the Kilauea Sugar Company
should have made some attempt at least to
have rebutted these so-called falsehoods, in
reurt, whtri Iktjr uvne utttrtJ, This not having
been done, and no semblance of an effort hav
ing been made of a defense, it was a perfectly
legitimate inference that the truth of the men's
statements were admitted by the company,
and that It had no defense to make. The
trouble was of too public a nature lo pass
the notice of any enterprising newspaper not
palpably subsidized In the interests of a class,
and against the common good, and the least
offensive way that it could have been noticed
was the one adopted by us; that of publishing
the sworn statements of the witnesses as uttered
in open court. We offered no opinion at to
the probable truth oc falsehood of the testi
mony, but left our readers to make their own
inferences from the facts stated. Hut, if in per
forming that which we took lo be a plain duty,
we have Incurred the displeasure of Mr. Macfie,
we still feel strong in having acted in all good
faith, and are pictured to continue a hke tine
of conduct in any like case, whether laborer
or punter, rich man or poor, are to be bene
Women are most perfect when most womanly.
Princ Louis Kerdiaaad, of Bavaria, Is lobe
married to-morrow in Madrid to the Spanish
Uinta. Maii Delia Par.
Tiu.xin hiii: ,v; tiriir.mi 111:
We tier I here rrvire jopjlalion an I more
labor Hut we need alto a varied population
ami th lalr of families To avoid dangr
out preponderance of any nationality, populx
lion should nM be drawn from any one source
lo Ihe excliMton of other imrrHt;rillm. To
avoid a pteirmderante of malt, Immfgrantt
should l encrmragni lo bring iMr families;
arwl a definite proportion of females In alt
bodl of Immigrants should be required by
treaty, or tome equally binding enactment.
Having made Inquiries at lo ihe Identity of
Ihe ptrvinage at the palace, lo whom bat lately
brn delegated Ihe workof amweiIngi'tItlof
sent lo Ihe king, and who signs himself "Aim
kana I'.laa," (or second adjutant) we find Mm
to lie (i common metsengtr In Ihe palace
ground 1, It watthe Aknkana Cltta who an
swered Ihe Wailuktr tiiliofl, which was re
tiieetfeilly addrrsvd to trie mjtty. Whn
respectable petitioners can be imttlfcd In thfs
grrm manner, It ft prrhnpttirne tint they ceK
We have lieii todl that mime lime ago,
frtlil,tjr our ayiar, a notice Irj Hawaiian wat
(lotted on the ifelltery window of the pott of
fice during Ihe night It contained a threat to
liurn all Ihe plantation on th Islaml If the
lepert were not released from Molokai. Huh
lilln, 24th Instant.
When Nh ufjd from aw lh t,
lit saV-1 lo Jsplitt "iimltf haiV,
My mtry tuUie IUl r ra. I
I pntty iMt Ihlnj to the. ;
'Ihy jrear, (real s:raikMM t rrlt pn, son.
Shall call hlimelfG UtHn Keni-M."
Cabbage will grow very well on almost any
of these islands, liut In vime cases a little ne
gleet on Ihe Jiarl of the gardener stunts the
growth so that the head will nol develop well.
AJttrlinr, 23d instant.
Here's a catU(e in thy f atden,
Neighbor, dear ! Ne)hlnf, ileal I
And e fear Its head ili harden,
Il were well to buy 10m bnne
And put lhat head with thine,
They will ptcfcl wondrous fine,
The Hulletln of the 20th Instant had a para
graph reflecting unpleasantly upon the Chinese
Christian mission of this place. In the issue
of the next day the Hulletln took back its as
sertion fairl) ami fquarely. Its retraction was
handsomely made; for lhat all praise. Hut Ihe
assertion ought not to have lieen made unless
borne out by facts faithfully and fairly invest!
gated. The rqwrt went forth and the retrac
tion could not undo the harm. It is a very
common thing for street, and counting house,
and tap room, and drawing-room dogmatists
to assert that a Chinaman never was converted,
that the Chinese converts, so called, are merely
so from policy, and so on through a long list
of assertions which may or may not be true.
but which can no more be proved than can the
dogma of immortality. Hut a belief in immor
tality harms no one; an attack upon Christian
teaching docs hurt somebody. It hurts the
teacher and the taught. If wc cannot believe
in the probability of Chinese conversion, let
us not deny its possibility, and let us full) ac
knowledge its dcsirabilit).
We make fun now and again of our contem
porary, the Advertiser. It so readil) lends it
self to ridicule that we ought to be forgiven the
occasional cruelty of pinning it to the wall of
public notice, and permitting the majority of
island readers the luxury of a not ungenerous
laugh. But it is as much the duty of fair
journalism to acknowledge merit as It is to
travesty absurdity or refute falsehood. So we
print wilh pleasure the following paragraph
which we thoroughly indorse :
Although this community seems to be some
what fond of amusement of every description
and patronizes everything in the wav'of enter
tainment v ery liberal!) when solicited, ) et there
seems to be a certain lack of interest in cricket,
base ball, and similar diversions. Our )ouths
ought to be a little more lively, and instead of
indulging in idleness, working perpetually, re
vive the interest in healthful and manly sports.
Yesterday, fn gathering news about the various
parts of the cit), we counted nearl) twenty
youths with cigarettes in their mouths and
their hands in their pockets, endeavoring to
keep in the shade, and stir about as little as
possible. Most of them looked as if they
needed recreation or something else, for they
were generally vers pale and delicate.- in ap
pearance. Hut they cannot recuperate them
selves by merely loitering. What they need
is exercise lively, exciting, hard exercise.
Young men should have muscle and hardihood
of body, and the best way to obua'n these is b)
constant!) doing something with energy. When
there is work to be done, it should be done
with a will, when studv is undertaken it
should be pursued with earnestness and vigor,
and when rest is required let it not be misera
ble idleness, but some live!) diversion that will
can ine less exerteel parts ol the body or facul
ties of the mind into action.
D. M. CROWLEY, UPHOLSTERER,
At J. II. BRUNS Jr.,
Cora.r or Kiss ssaid BoUtttl StrsseU,
Is a Thorough Practical Workman.
COME AMD SEE.
Every Description of First Clau
Xlodtllujr nntl Furniture
IX STOCK AMD. XADX TO OIDIR.
FIFTY VARIETIES OF SILK
Amd other Cot-tvi-issc avxtd Tria&stsissfa
t or Fartor Suns, Lounges and Easy Chain.
son: MANcracTcxai or .
The New Health. RutjriHg Luxury of tkt Ap,
"Tstts Boatoa Sprltsaj Bod,"
" Nature's sweet raiora. Balmy !3p." Is to b en-
o)cdln the most profound p .Sunday on Its
llosTOM SriiNG Ilea
S them before sou conun vourserf. or wmr fniul-
or even your enemy, to thai anttauated. inltnimcot of
torture, the ordinary Honolulu spring matereu. 136-iy
THB EVILS OF PAINTING
' It hat ien said wuh moch truth, loo, that house
palming mlant, nh study and acquirement M taut,
resume us rank aa a libera art.' Ptuntiri .la.wi
Believing the above 10 be true, A B. KERR haanow
re-orruued his system of working the business la
Honolulu, lu Ihe tVru place, he has secured the unn.
of IhAl celebrated artisl, Mr Max Konn, tormerly of
., f -..v, luwi wtjK sn iise line 01
1'Utn and Worii.r 1'njxr-JfaxpfHt,
I rescotuf , etc., is up to the present lime lUutKpasted
and. on these islands, has neer been euuaHed. (or
House Fauting jobs, first-class mechanics only will be
In future, Ivilrons can depend upon, my fulfilling
"! 2L" 00 ,k BO' scKMinc basis Vaan 10 Ihe
S1CN.PA1NTI.V0 AND LETTERING
Department will be permanently pressded over by Mr.
CaoaevaSraaTxavaa (further comment tussecnaary).
P. S. SenJ for designs of freaeot for ceilings and
coraket eomethioa; ne; and if yot mm any Clau
put In, call at the
"TWXIf rAlXT STOMK,
No. 71 Kino Stust
IOWELfS STEEL ENGRAVED CARDS AND
j Flida. fur Business Cards, Ball kresgramma,
eous, etc., received in Urn sarmty ai the Siltausv
rSa Ornca, No. 6 tUthumaau Mitel ill
iiAvr. jut urcnvrn
This Lasrsjiwt Lot of Perfamory
I ter imparled foil, thn trflcdMn,
COJII'HISINO OVI R fiO IJII I r-FNT ODORS
Celebrated Lnndborsr Bfannftsctarts.
ACfNTS TOR THE HAWAIIAN KINGDOM,
No. &9 Nnrutnn Street,
And comer of Fort and Merchant streuf Ifonolnht.
HOLLISTER tt CO-
Nuuanu tt reet, and corner U Fort and Merchant streets
TRUSSES I TRUSSES 1
TRUSSES TRUSSES TRUSSES.
TRUSSES TRUSSES TRUSSES.
Have just received a large invoice of
Tk. CttbbrtttW CttllavlnU Ttsss-m
oiibct taosi tms ractoav.
WE HAVE SPECIAL FACILITIES
Tor AaVJtsattssai Tnstit,
Cor. Fori and Merchant streets and sa Neuaau street.
ASSIGNMENT rOR THE
Or CBEf)ITTiSLHiu.. i.
hereby gitea that China; Hw Usoog. o HossoUhs, has
this day nude an assignment to the sastensgned (oc Use
benettt of hu crvduott. All persona cmuvg the said
China ty rv-'- are hevebv Beial : s..sl.a uvaHi,
sw, as, pertooe aavtec in incir m'sumri aa-r
1 1 . sT ....' r" " - r-s
14 taklUssM Mm Casus are hereby DcuAedu dearer
toe turn 10 uve anjeosgised.
r. T. LENKHAN,
. . tfl A (
Htwbshj, H. L, April ao, lM ivl-im
et vsir titirTr er
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drws-d, fjr inuxivue, mtflj t "lsltm, -rnhvat
a4diA2 KejUnd," arc (rvfvtdiy m to London.
Canaida. and rite ttra, tKertby caswox ilr, aa4
V S (Nora SouuX cfiJ ro to Uwhojtx!, nr
wk, on account U lb rcmbUoi 1tw,S aad y
bii catltJr wntictav.
Alway nte lU tAAi wnh miV. aM tr nt
ttkm m bbt uno, at jxacu Kuit. aitn Ixcwne craKd
aad iLe hAdnw rwUtizl iScapbk.
4 . A-FCr-h-J, a much a UHuUt. uuox nttloMi marie
or thin yaT, Hc-t1r bere &r lhao one iht al
par, oc anr curr artKM than ja;f, t tvlvfcfd
Binz often haadtc aad eitciiSf ia tVe orrriand
iJk, camoi en horvthtck, wch ravtlopea tut
tvrcQoctiilr tpfit opea. yiTioy cast' of coojAum
a;amu Ctffictal who ait cnti-cfy utUKttA a lac muter.
5 -New Knd manry cc any other amclc of ratae
throathth mail, excel ertiiT by nxam tf a js-coey-Drd-rr
of in a resumed ktisrr
fi. Potue uampt hwld l- tlaced on tb vvvn
njtt hand corner oftbeaddin 4: cf all cuil ciiUtr.
j. Th catttcg of pouajrje icajsM ta two or swrc
pec u fetJubued, and no Utter hatiac a tsstaXLtcd
ataaip on it -win t fernnrded.
C. Pooace Uaenpt are rtfarded as caah, aad ibe tale
of then on credit u unctly prohibit td,
Anythinc ta addition to aa addrei wnxtco or
printed cc the addteat wdc of potfal ari rtmier tfcesi
to. To tnuare a doJVc letter betcj fctrrarded in
the mult, u nati hare not Jew tban to ccm ta pott
ac ttarap affiacd. If leu than tbe fall Otaxc hx
been paid, docbSc tie imrmrt do bum be pad by tbe
party receiTtnj lt-
11. AtaUcriVr to a thtnrprapT or perK-dtcai ba
chuci humidenoe aad pou-oAcc avhwld at once
riytpoUi.HT6f tb- ie ad ha ti pUic
t ton tent to hi ir ddtt.
1 j- JUtaben aad em jenl txaiBar printtd
maxxer in ouantuiet will itcila.tait tt. diarAcm- A
often hauen iu ciifpudL, by auorus voch ckaiter by
States and Tcrntcnet and tie Urjt-r otHM, if breis.
or by Iilanda, if dceneuic
iv AU tntTames. vbttner fraen paasaauers or tbe
EWLUC rtLuirf tnlouor BUuaT-mall rjuttrrfHH
desKTiptioa, both famn and dtscnestic. ordinary and
ntjusaw, hMiaK .waiesMti to ineicccrai ram
Otiatcc. Ilonolnlo. and Iomciot trresalaritisH tiacnUr
reported as ooo aa knovlede t had of their occsr-
laL. Se&d aQ lttr nemirnr nA tm1 prt-i-.l
the pou-o&cc Ai a rtdc. they iQ go safer and reach
tneir dcumatno raoreciTucUy ia tba mails than ben
sent ta any other way Mott of the ccesptaxsts about
the nceweceipt of tVtien are traceable to their beio
Tii. uj tlallnT JJUYnoCK tWHUC ID I&aUf.
It. IOetStrttl(T taOttli ranitL Vxnr ri e-as-tx aswrk -
be porchjLved at eeery pott-o&cc. Alio, (wo-ccst pooal
cardv mailabtve to tbe Untied States, Canada and
Mexico, and threect coual-cardt. i&ailablt ta
coustnr iu the postal prKn
16. Double postal cards, ca&ed "retarn potial
cards." tat ended for an tzsnedute repry to ccercspood
ent wiQ soon h prepared, the cost bctsj t cccts i
cent for the inquiry card and t cent for the t tturn card.
17 Leucr ana papers ad4rcx4d w penou ressdirx
in H oooJula shooid hare the street and iwcvbtra or
socne other cksicnatcd place of detiTery, as u is the
Mrposcof the deportaect toetabinh letter amrs u
Ionololu aa sooa at tvactscaUe.
10. im issue ce tnoner-oroers on creda tt stxictlT
prcJuhsted, and no money snil te recctsei by a posl
niaiter ia papaent foe aonev-orden uaoed, except that
nstn u segai lenocr, or tank ctvrtH, ordert am
ncatet of deposit.
. Letter Boxes i3 he prepared at soon aa tc
Ue. in all the ooatficea cthe Kiartlsra. s-wt a!1 ..
soot ho are ia regular nceiie. of letters aad Dm
papers n3 find u greatly I, their convenience to hare
ao. A letter deposucd in thBuH can he recalled oedy
-j . -min, uu uxa oaijva giving a smitco rcccipi
for the same. After a letter team Ihe oence sshen
deposued It becomes the property of the person to
isw ss ss auurcasca, or sus iet;ai representative.
RATES OF POSTAGE.
IOMtSTlC rOSTACt: SUTIS.
Doutsnc Lsrr-rrat- to isv nsrt el th
cents, litest than X or., aad a cants foe each
N rsrtr a rus printed Ul the Ksngdoa andnsaDedta
ssbsariben from orhces c publication are yrr in the
inter island avails. Rolls U papers sent to agents, and
not to bona fade tnbtcribtrt, cannot claim the beoe&t cf
the free postage law,
PacxauiaxdPasczu, contanucg booat of mail.
able rarrrhtidise of any kind, any letter, arsrspapert or
parcel that may be mailed, may be registered, on pay.
ment of a free of 10 cents ta addittoo to the cecaaary
Nawtrarias, pamphlets, almanacs, calendars, hand
bills, magannes, maps, wranreitl and other pahfica
tsont (not bound). 1 cent for tacts 4 ounces ce fractam
thereof. Circulars, in en sea led eoTebpet, t cent each.
Pasciu of merchandise of any amd srUI be rrcened
and forvarded ia the mter-rsmad 3sa3t at the rate of
tndttnt Jirss.i. Thu regulauoa docs not IrKhrle
the fotcign mad seme. AO tlsttvdand parcels caa be
j IVstage, I y o v
4 eachratej '
Jt Ltnut of 2 S Z
cachrate a a
17- Po!i x
est each rale
i-a Uauiof 333
J cachrate a
Par-en, each t ea. S I. X
Regvstry Fee . 3 2 2
Pcatal Cards, each , , X
Ulurt,Kor. S, I i
a rottata to covtrruct fcOT in tut casoa.
To the Aastrakaa Cokaact.. 1 Pratt for each
To New Zealand tt ceatt Is each
TaTasasaau(HobartsraX 11 ceatt fsaaaoh
Ta Samoa it ceatt Sue each
Ta I'd, iieaiiaesaci
Ta Satm, ra Saa Fiaacnca. it ceatt for each
ToSc rananleeiw. , ia ceau tor each
T Capt of Ucsal Heta . tlteau SW each
Ta hsadaaatcar. . ... aa ceatt a aach
Ta St. Itckna , . u caau lor each ii at
M. M. WHlTMiY, P. U. a
ItotsJJo, ApiU, iMj. laHtaiy
COR SAH FRANCISCO
TV Oermajt Bt,V
tt . IttHIIOf,
Qnlelt Dispatch tor Its Atxrv PtvH.
Fee- feli;M ee pesuge. aftir t
n II HACKrELUCO,A(rMi.
COR HOIfGKONO DIRECT
Ihe rirse rVirWl Xfiavshi,
tu. tare tf rut tMiMivia r-vt
On or About June let.
Tar fr-4jt er (wui- afttte t
ijst C BRntTR A COMPANY
COR SYDNEY VU AUCKLAND
I ne rTrSsftasSjaSJ sss gj ajtsMvwA
Will Hall on or AVttt Mar 10.
We are iww YtA 1 hm fkttt tt Sue Tn
cfs-AaM tnwnUt I, s. t navl trp
&o-le hr shepesr4 p-v erassr tan esvw V atee-l.
free vl cfcarje, in the ftre ytvl vaehyese ntr the
Fee- fretgl or paaiag, appl P
l II ItACF.FFU) A CO, A(-m.
pACIPIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
7Vc SptendsJ fxtimxhip
CITY Ol' SI'.W YORK,
CO HI! ' Cuaaaislee
iu. tiAVt NKrwvurur
For San FntncUco on or ASotst Mat- 6.
Tur rel er pavuge, appfr Vt
V. H. HACKrrLKACO Agntt.
CEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
FOR HONGKONG, CHINA.
Th tJnush Steaaser
Vfltt leave fcc the ahrre rwrt on or alwst JUNE ljt.
Ffetght ce passage tsar he eotrd ia adesaee rf ep-pnears-Mto
h M G IRWIN CO,
137 Homf?! Agcets,
POR SAH PRAHCISCO.
I). C. MURRAY,
Qnlok SUpateh for ttta Astora Port
For freight or passage, apyir lo
i PA. SCHAEFER k Co., Agtraa.
pOR SAN PRAHCISCO
.. I). SI'RKGKETJi,
Quick DUpateh for tlso Aherts Pert.
Tvr fWigi or passage, apply to
137 W G IRWIN CO, Agree.
pACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
The Spsmdsd Iron Steaasshsp
Paasesgert 21 please cat at the office c
rjt tf IL HACKriXD CO Ageau.
OSTON AND HONOLULU DIRECT.
CHARLES BREWER 4
Sail front Ronton on or Abosst Jttava Itrt
Orders shoedd he m IVjstca act later than lane set
to sna&re shipEaest. For farther panscatan, apVr to
CKin i.k a ljll-A.-.v.
t'S Qaeea sLrret. HaesjtaFa.
pOR HONGKONG DIRECT.
The At German Steamship
V. FISCHER. Cotvmaader
For AWro Fort on or Aasotst Sftts; ltst.
For freigit or passage, aciyto
ill HACKFELD & CO..tgeut.
ACturr roa Tm fouomiK: ccasTtn:
GEN SIEGEU KALU.S'A.
FLAG :-Rd aah Whae BaX O&n
Queea aad Nattaaa Street.
pLANTER USE IX)R S.VN FRANCISCO.
Ci BRKWKH Jt COMfAXr. AttmJt.
Metchaadoe rtceieed Storage Tree, aad liberal caak
adrancrs made on shipment by tats tost.
STEAMER LIKE LIKE,
Steamer Libehte wiD Scare Hoaohvha each Taetday
at t r st., twschsag at Irqiai. Maaiaea Bay, Maaaca.
Mahuaoaa, Kaesnac. I aBparsiehna nasi HsVx
Retamsar i3 Lassch ax all ,k sV w. .Zmi-.
at Honciola each Sunday a. St.
SOMETHING WORTH KBmOrNCv
T. B. W1IUAI,
Real Estate Broker an Qenermt
No.r;MtoitirrSTsT . . Hoaocrts-, H, I,
I ao several aeat HOUSES aad COTTACES
ta Set iavaiwut rant c" Monacal aad ssUila. Alaa,
soaMgood IsaUduLg Lots aad prccsmy ta arB.
EarvovKtM Tot-ao to tsksv Saactac Woatt.
I ass rtaratio to rrianat
MOMCT AT AMY TIM
on rixuta4 varcartv.
Ltfrf yitvrr f ail Dtu-ntumu Ana.
Eagrasiag aad reaasaaaaip Taatcfejy Doae. Cattoaa
Hosvs Eatnea aad Corrrspiavieatc aaveaded ta,
AGENT FOR Till KST
rirtt talk. IJnt) 'iinn
IN THE tKLD
stsolbctad; lUis aad Auoaau Kaatl Oteasta
of (eery taiirteet tsatara mat th osaae stattat ssstt
"w -TTf "ait
talattoai, 1; , ..,., , .r.aBo,M