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linl remtnt at A rod ti-e-
'i5ei b . ,,lf Atvrrtl-.-r , nr'.Tl pleas aiMrces,
T It. IT RUM pnUi-cr ami Proprlet...
V ' .itl r 1.1 the Salnr : Pttn should V
" t-ll-MM' " SriJR!AY TRHSS."
'.. i . M also et-entt of lin :i?l traatptrlrnl no
ihr-n(h r i- ,i.1tIHatwiy rtaabrully raril
'f"prht. it,, . Crrpeitt.i . are ir-ijaaatoel Is
siipenJ ' '"'" It ll eranttkatlotia,
if'.' ! i una nM,iy. but u Ranti
' ' wrrtt attain aexl fklth.
SAI i .Y,
MARCH i, iS
K-s. t. . If yd ill ptrttwh lo-mhrmw
r lute wtjl be erkkcl rturtke on the Makiki
' - n - to-day. The- (ttwHih' need attention.
' f Ihr ty best Sp dialect arntlri
m 'ngMf h rrptlnled the Dm rtagu.
Mi. Henry Wnmhnmr v. ill lead the Rntpel
i",t4cnrwrmt l the RetM vewty lev
i txior Sam or 3an J ease, return ky Ihe
in nvila to-day, tahtag v. hfrti nmc vaualde
i aW etptthrlDK certain rtainU In lhe
H nil Thcimpwii eonttotmy. In Isohahs, may
i- ii.iuhI on lis fourth page.
Ash WetfrMfey, itrl )nniK of l,tm. wvu
le'rrMerl b) ttuth the Roman Catholic and
h, I'lotrslant Rniwopathra n Honolulu with
.ii'i'i 'priau wtMeet,
A nteoee h lass Saturday' I'teaa unfttten-
u.-ndly cnavtMrJ In Impression that the
. . i. t4ty .if the board nf wealth lietd similar
n-atmihaaelttMbyMr. Hteh, micli Is not
It Is to be Imrwl tlfet the Jnoniliiy' teachers'
mi-riinga will ftot In dfaeontintml. So
i.Tre a ixoidetit an.) o cJuimii a jecic
lary twRlit to trnei1e ih! charm the lat
imrtiRlW prurtiAm lo'lnAw ami' do thctr
On her return voysc, th City of Sydney
wilt luinj; haci. a lar(je minilier of AuMr.tlun
-iuriM Mho will 'i"the Unilnl State tin
d.r clargaor Mr. Jaine Kahlo, American
i. .mul at Sydney. Kery tatetonm in the
'-l lw 'won enjKed, rumor ); ih! tin
xrut5im will be undertaken irith urcnt ed.it
Sunda) niornint;, there will 1 n notable
communion Max! at Kort-titreet IhiitcJi, s
hipj twn.perfwij aie-Jii 1 ailmiiiol to mem
licrsliip, and een ierMni are In receive the
.r.lmanee of haitjhmi The ordinance of in
l.inl laptKiti aixl the htm htipper will also
' adininitlered. In the evening, by lequrM,
Mr. ('tutan will preach a tcrmon on
Mr, llaeot, of the new directory, has re
turned from his canvsm of Kauai, h-nlng
nuoc theciiCuit of theUbml uith the ctcep-.
.nil of is mites of an ImpsMable mountain l
teen Hnena and Han.ilci. Mr. Daprec ha
comolelei) the eanKis of MaiiL ltoth ucnlle-
men return at once to San Iranctaii, and the
du.vtory may be exwcted here early in
June or even by the middle of 'May.
To the United Carriage Coirtpany Ixlon-s
tne cri0it ol initiatinc a needet reform. Kveiv
ctrrutee oui;ht todiMil.iv the rates of far., for
the benerit of tulrons ami the carriages of
Itat cohitiany will dbnlav them hereafter.
Some of the hnckmen beep tickets on hand, or
ar.- othrtivwe, prmiiktl nitll cliancc.' Where
tbeUwalloiif onlj-terrceiH for a fare, only
"ii ceius o;ni to tie exactedas express
drivers will Imd nut to their profit.
tltc very latest thine in oerfumct is tin.
' Florida llreere," put up by Kickseckcr of
iew oik, tlie agency for the Hawaiian 1st-
au.K tang at the store of Messrs. en,on.
Smith Co. I.undburj; ilespitc the excellence
oi ins stapleivarc- tniKl for the nonce " take a
la.k seat." " Martha Washington," "Spanish
jasmine,' Wedilnig l'crfumc," " Edgwood
i.-lcts." " Kuli Kuli " and "Golden Gate" ate
the other late odora all the lollies of Golden
Gate containing Mis of roM foil, enhancing
noi a little the Iwauty of the tattled extract
An luigUth gcntUman naincil Walker, who
has travelleil over a large portion of the world,
U stayini; at the Hawaiian Hotel. He has in
hi possession some of the natural lace obtained
from the ngctta litikiria or " lace tree." This
la. . i obtained froM the central nith of ibe
.ree arwl ii preparol with water, a very simple
opt-ranon. l he trees attain a height of from
lo to t fct. and the maximum diamatcr Is
h-Moiu greater than y inches of which about
l ;, inchas are laik. There haj lietn as yet no
o.imuercial use malc of this natural lace. Hut
tiora in strength ami lKatity, it seems worthy
the attention of xnactisal men.
On Tuesday the nth imtanl, it will he full
moon, n in weathei Iw favorable Wood
lawn the dalirfnful irroniKls of Mr. It v
Dillingham will thrown open to the public
lor tne escciictit porpose ol inducing t-ery.
Kaly l. spend , tritJc. fr lw0 Kortlt) objects
personal pleasure and the purcliase Of a uew
an. for Oahu College. The scheme will
coinprrbeod an afternoon picnloamlan evening
sui-lK-r. l'),l paitioilars next wcik. N. It. -Oihrrislarvl
friendt, if they can Iw preseut,
are .urnl (by the amusement olitor who
knows all about it) that they -will grt their
Doctor .Stallaril, tbc Uimlon ptiyskian, re
c.ntlyof.San Fmnclwo, of whom l,c prBM
iva rretiiv nwinjilba, relimil to San Trancjsco
to-iUy. He has with hlina sphjmoctaph -an
innrunwgi Hf measuring iht iibe and de.
etuilntni:tharnrularnamhiiuny other facts
alnt the eircuUtioti. TIms first )ih)gnKi;raph
was inanufacture.1 by a Frenchman ruined
Marer. lwas cumbersome and .jwjly jml
jui of order. An impmsenitnt on the French
nisirmncptwas mail by an Ameiicun namnj
I'ondi but his iniliuturtU wai al cumlvr
some. The ne wed by Doctor Stallaril fs
ihe linpiotcnunt ol loclor Uuilgeon of Uui-l'n-
It is a very Ingenious little Instrument,
and tlxdoctor rariie. with him a great many
' liile indications " including those of King
KahkauaCaiHalttMorwaiKHKe modest ic
Kecent orrestticnre lsweeu Doctor
Trousseau awl r. McKiUdataiUicouchand,
ami the secretary of tbe U-r, r ,wi,i, on llw
otli, has bcn iwule phWJc TTirough the
cuurtrarof Mr. AlUaton-iawhoj pajier the
s-..irespofklrnc; appeals -the fojlnwitig coi.
lestum it made in these niluuun. The ton
cludiiu; elausv of the last iwmgiaph of tlie
4ixior Inter, as (nintnl, should hasc Wen
liiHcrtcxl in h Cutinh lurugtapli so as lo have
ii rvad i " Hy mutual understanding tbey
lusarrangd that Dodor McKlbUn baa' al.
wa. as soou, a pusdbW 'Uiird pxrsoiu re
pSWteil by the notice as l.-ini- al iho .inL.i.
Iwhih-i eiee4 litsacliais as hn a large
ItUblli 'I miithl Im; broiiidlt finm ,.lUr (.!.,., I. I
ttlrert lo ilir sii.. i.,.. . u.. 1.., ,. ....I
frwsveaa when notilisxl of ihc fid, and wJ
iu,'u. wiiU the irM, (Jic have rcpouo! In
wtillnc ujsvn iheiu." Tbe letters of Ihe two
Jhy,iai,,JWve the president of lh Nurd
v( health I Hh; Jt fu ur.I ) wilhMil h, Uj
to Mind .. JUi then lie rts-ver lias lu. ooe,
In Ju nUiwersient of leprosy.
Xh, lltiiiiird irmi'l ill ,i mil) U.i
srida m itnmn '' i ly ii'K at In i ).i. fin
iiui ii'.tai'i in iht fivam lieforr riirht . w
This historic hip was n (nll de rilnil ,lming
ii i.it In.t Mas lint t descriptron i nmtnl
htir : IrHnish. for the hrnrfil of nr nimrrs it
l lierharw due to iy that the Hartford Is a
sreonri rate wnwien eael, i.lan tons nunlm
has PHRlne of i.jno he power. Met
aimarm-nt mnstaia of U nine ineh bfrasrhlilr
pn, t rlftVfl ptvnta, A llotchkiss mtd i
Nnf dims, ami she '-nrtlw a eornptoment of J50
iK odbi-ra anil men.
Daring her r.-et'l visit the Hittfntd h lh
HairWpof ilw IV iffe iriihmIioh, eommnrkril
b) Heat Ailfnlntl Mogbn-llrf mmtnmrl not
Irrermtmu the ahrtta In tlie neM larlrV known
a the Asraiie arpwhlnm. Tlie ofTicrra on
Nxarrl are as follnw;
Ntm AdasM -.Xanm R. ItaRtat.
srsrf Oprt.Dk. '
sy t.tt. . fi. Oak V
Ai -N'ai(l, j.o, imela.
Crh (.'MmwMlInc- r. C. tatMMn
"ISarSun. ' ,um,mtart f4 WV,M "x! JT
'SfS'1, J- S'l. !. II"M"" llahhras, E. P.
ghKnti and ik V. CdmearMws.
Kt.rin- llmij ItadMan,
Hy loor rf. 11. tValMan,
MsttH-aTlHSfoiio- Im.W Kimtfelnr.
Utain of MMlnt- W. . nr,.
l'artstAs,am .iwtnM-W. a IHmn and J. V.
ISisaftl-AssMam ltlmre- ttaatfe Csnrl.
,tMtaM nagiaatr J. L. Co,
?!,,if,..vv . ,fkf. S. A. W. IMilmun,
lltlUswatn .1. A 11mm.
Unnnrr J. (I. I'oMcr
CaffMiiarH. II. Makxn.
Knilraakn -tni Van Milsr.
'Onl I. U Hil.h.H
Since last litre the llattfnrd has lieen ctnis.
ing along the Sontli Amtricnii coast, from
Valparaiso, south, In I.a Union and other torH
in the I lay of l-'nrseca in the Central American
State of Salvador, north.
There bale lieen several changes among her
officers since the Hartford left Honolulu last,
Surgeon Mnrstellcr was detached al this poit.
Engineer Scott left at Panama and his place
has not lieen filled. Lieutenant Cailin suc
ceeds Lieutenant J. M, Miller who has Joined
the Lackawana as n.iig.iting lieutenant a
pleasant promotion. Lieutenant of Marines
Webster is succeeded by Captain of Marines
llrnwn. Mnlical Inspector Kennedy uns de
tached at l'anama, and has been dismissal the
scivice. A fatal weakness for alcoholic stimu
lants was the cause of his ilismUs.nl - the
service losing, by that moral suicide, one of
the brightest and most attractive of its olliccrs.
Lieutenant Nickels and Naval Cadet Doyle
have lieen placed temporarily on the Admir.il'.s
staft. The other important officers remain as
when last here. At San Francisco Admiral
Hughes will lie detached from tlie Hartford
and placed on the ictiicd list. Lieutenants
Carlin and Gait, who was here 011 the Tils
carora, during the memorable scenes of 1S74,
and possibly other officers, will be detachcvl
Rumors hath it that the Hartford will be no
longer the llagship of the Pacific squadron ;
but will lie given a roving commission; and,
after some slight refitting at Marc Island has
been done and the necessary changes made in
the complement of officers and crew, will pro
ceed to Norfolk, Virginia, or some other
Atlantic it, by way of Japan, China and tlie
Suet Canal. In the latter event the Hartford
may return here in May or June, and, perhaps,
spend some weeks in our harlior.
Honolulu is very ipular with the Hart
ford's olliccrs. The contrast lietuecn our
climate and hospitality and that experienced
at most South American norts is "creatlvln
our credit." In the interests of recinmriir l.
tt stated that no ship ecr within these wattrs
brought officers or crew who stand higher in
tl esteem and liking or our citiiens than
do those of the historic Hartford.
During the week the gunners of the Hag ship
have dune a good deal of saluting, beginning
with the salute to the Hawaiian flag on Mon
day morning replied, to by the governor's bat
tery. During the week many of Ihe diplomatic
corps and several officials entitled lo salutes
have visited the ship, but several of them
boarded her as private citirens only. For them
no salutes have been fired. On Thursday last
King Kalakaua was recched on board and on
tliat occasion the yards were manned most
effectively the scene from the shore being one
not soon lo be forgotten.
On shore the otTiccrs have been entertained
by the citizens in a quiet way. A little hop
was gten al the hotel Tuesday evening, a
card party at Mr. George Macfarlanc's Wai
kiki residence on Wednesday evening, a danc
ing party al Judge Wideinann's Thursday
evening; and dinners were given by several citi
iens in a less formal manner. Iii nii,. i'i:.r
Justice Judd gave a reception at his residence
to Admiral Hughes and those of ihe Hartford
officers whom duty permitted lo bo on shore,
me reccpiioii iH-ing attended by most of our
most prominent people.
,On Thursday evening the men of the Hart
lord gave a minstrel lierformance in three
tiarts. A pretty slaee was nut mi 11 ...... .!,..
notice, everything alut its design, construe-
yon anu ornamentation lieing the work of the
men. The green contain was flanlnl l.. 1....
artistically decorated panels in white, gold and
reu, witn pate blue centers. AUwe the cur'
tain hung an orange drajicry, on which, in
monogram, were the letters U. S. N.
The pcrru;mancc was the first i-h ,.n
lioard, and was really meant to be more a
rehearsal than a regular nciforinann.. Mr
Jam. Iiicnnan was general manager, William
1 eaiock, stage manager j Stephen .Mtfirath,
proKrly man 1 and Carlo Contrada, leader of
ine snip s oanu, musical director, ltoli M,w.
was " taiuljo" and Will Peacock " lames," K.
rorost personated female characters. Ilradley
and Moore danced and a freat mmv k...
did Iheir paits to the great satisfaction ol their
awueiice. vtnen toe cuttain was raised, it
shown! the froune drawn ui In ih.. 1 r,.i:.i ,
semi-circle, wilhaawallow-tailed white'Mnlcr-
locutor in the centre. "Jloties"and "TamUi"
iveic ilrcsscd in ldick, the other ten wore
I'lack trousers and white ilaniu-1 shin. ;,.!.
of them !uvini letters einbro!d..r!..l .... ,K
fiont of their sliirta to spell the woid Hartford.
, lew visitor were present from the shore,
ami occupied scats on the noon ,1,-rl.. it...
mala dock Ulween the cabin ami the stage,
wriicn wasount iK-ninil and o Ihe left i! the
in.iiuiiuit, lK-ing crowded with ihe en-ir. A.I.
iniral llughet and seven or eight of ihe officers
This iKiformance will Ik-i-is.n i),i. r.rni..,.
at Ibe Music Hall lor (he )entfit of the ier-
The Hartford will sail forSjn V,nri.. ,.
Monday, unless something unforeseen prr vents.
i nere will lie an informal hop 011 bojid the
llartfoid this arurnrion fiotn 2105 o'clock.
No wilui'n or printed invitations have I--..
M.HI, but both ward.ia.iiii and mh., ,,-.,.
will welcome their Iti-nds ami acquaiutanco
lirly risers on ThiutJav muni.,,, ll.-.v.l.
hal a fine slew nf tjie Uii glow which at 5.30
o'clock, was as brillLim u am- ..r ii,. ........1....
glows seen 1 luting last aulurun, llcsldes tbe
ivc, inej;iow 011 lueUy evening al about
OMS o'clock, was specutly nolewoilhy, ih
wind Uing southwesteily, and the sky corned.
llh light baiy clouds. Iljl peilup, he finest
gtow ever seen in Honolulu was witnessed
)-csterday Miomiiig by ( ,(, lur Bho had
t bt u v)sojis-n.
ll Ih. W"rl,l ndnurt-s ,i winnrr ,.'i of
id. world, being more mu- i'ir ilnn Intel
Irvtual, admires nmsrlr abuse all things : nnd,
(tuning pngilUiton the hljlirvi plsn. worsliipa
intnngli 1 he iksremlinj? rale, ler, wrrstlrrs
i-.mrn, lonn distance rhamprons. eymnnasla
atirt lll playen. Since the rrrnt IntfrrstinR
little misnntlerstanillrrg between two cilirrna,
the "iniiiurrtt j lias lwn )arniitf for an itppor
limit) to eiprcu its artmlralron of the manly
att (srime, i.IhsiiVv ofnthletres. The enin
mnnlty would haw Mtfeinl to see the
enroanttr hwem ihe awiriaiy of the alhlctlc
aamcMIIrm and the yromx Mltliimn attorney
eti led Recording to the rules; nf llw Mnrittt nf
11. (without tin- nnfoTtunate inter frrence in
hetratfnf hh collfTtgoe, by the pclfic pietldent
nf the ntbletle mumrlaliott.) lint the com
UMBlhS'tiaa not flattered Itarlfthai the seerr
Ury, who l aln a diplomat ami nn editor,
ermH ever again be induced to so far forget
the dignity or his offices as to " stand lip "
larttvif any common (icrson -wlm wlf;hcd over
a hnmlrrd and thirty pounds. Ami so when
the City of Sjilney came in last Monday wilh
the great llanlan on lioatd, the community
was very glad of the chance to get rid ol annve
nits clow-bnttled enthiisiuin,
lvriwatd llanlan It a bandsome )iwing man
of medium bight and of compact, nuisciilsr yet
Vfty svitunettical ,iilld. His face it fiesh,
almost boylvh, with plenty of eolor In the
chfekl anil manifest good nature In the eves.
Although Ihe nmsciil.it development of the
chest and arms is noticeable it is by no means
so much so as one might csiecl from siionini'
pictures nf llanl.in or from the pictures of
oarsman generally in the comic piqiers.
As Is generally known, Hanbo's first im
jiortant victory was won on the Schuvlkill
Klvcr at Philadelphia in 1S76, when the
present champion of Ihe world entered a scull
race asnn "unknown,"lorrowingthe money lo
mre the shell in which he rowed. Mor
rapidly than llvron, he found himself famous
before he lay down that night; and has' been
so ever since (with Ihe exception, perhaps, or
a race not long ago in which his defeat was
said by his enemies to lie occasioned by
"selling" while his friends claim that he
lot the race through sudden indisposition.)
Since 1876 llanlan has rowed sixty match
races, out of which he has won, during the
eight years, an average of seven races a year ;
and, since he became a professional, he has lost
only four races.
He has gone to Australia to see thai pail of
tne wmld and lo meet its. oarsmen, lleach,
Lavcock, Rush and Trlckell arc the men be
may meet in rowing contests, lie met l.iy
cock on the Thames four years ago, and
intended to meet him again in Austialian
waters; but the unfortunate breaking -of
l.aycock's leg put the match off. Han-
ian was prouaniy flail ol tlie chance to
exercise himself in the bay last Monday ;
and the chance to see him do it was met
hair way by half the loan. Posters and bulletin-board
announcements informed the business
part of town that the "boss oarsman of two
hemispheres " would exhibit himself, his skill,
and his boat at 4 p.m. and brought a concourse
lo the mail company's deck. The upper deck cf
the Sydney, the Waikikt end cf the wharf, the
lelennd tlic.Kin.m were swarming with on
lookers. The chamberlain, the attorney gen
eral, one or two other gentlemen and several
ladies were, in the balconies of King Kala
kaua s lioat house. Kven the roof ofthe wharf
shed had men and Iwys perched upon 'it, and
along Ihe lower end of Richard street and
beside the governor's battery glimpses of bril
liant femenine drapery lent bits of color to the
At exactly 4.15 i jt. Hanlan's pretty cedar
stictl was dropped as gently as if it had been
a rose leaf into the comparatively smooth
water ol the land-locked basin between the
Mail Company's dock and the battery. A
number or local aquatic men w'ere at hand,
some members ofthe -Myrtle Rowing Club, in
a while boat, some other amateur oarsmen in a
red boat, the aquatic reporter ofthe Gazelle in
a sail lio.it.
The exhibition began in the inner basin, but
after going round it once, the great oarsman
turned the prow of his shell due south and shot
outward from the narrow entrance beside the
Ieles moorings, like an arrow from a bow;
and sped down the channel towards the light-
nousc, loliowed by the one sail boat and the
three or four row boats which were attendant.
llcfore reaching the lighthouse, llanlan turned
his lioat towards the Hartford and pulled
through by no means smooth water until
within a few lengths of that vessel's stern
cable. , Here llanlan stood up inxne shell nnd
rocked it from side to side to get the water
out, amidst a round of cheers from the Hart
ford screw. He then pulled out towards the
channel, again, crossed it and returned to the
inner basin, followed by the row boats, and
the handsome new racing gig brought over by
Mr. Macfarlanc for a crew composed of Messrs.
Hay and Guy Wodehouse, Clarence Macfar
lane.J. I. Dowsett, jr., Charley Wilson and
llarry Whitney, steered by W. M. C.iffard.
The exhibition indued hand-nver-band scull.
ing and sculling with a single oar. It brought
out Hanlan's- mastery or the art (if it may !
so called) ami showed alwve all the wonderful
ease with with which he accomplishes feats
that no one else living has yet accomplished.
As an exhibition it was a treat that Honolulu
does not often enjoy.
Tlir Mount lUlii.kr .llumuu If unto,,.
There was a very Interesting Catherine in
this city on Friday the 22d ultimo, of the
Hawaiian branch of the Alumnae Association
of Mount Ilnlyoke, South lladley, Massa.
chusells, in honor of Miss Julia E. Ward, for
many year, connected with, and for the last
ten years the highly esteemed and beloved
principal of that limc-honorid institution for
the education of young ladles, founded by
Mary Lions, which may lie styled the parent
of the now numerous colleges for young ladies
in the United Stales.
The Alumnae .Wicialion of Hawaii num
bers eighteen, eleven of whom reside in Hono
lulu. The coiiiany met at the residence or
Mrs. A. O. i-orbes, wliogavc anvnjoyable lunch
parly to a company of twelve. Itcsidcs being
a welcome lo Mary Ward, the occasion may
l deemed a notable one in having two present
who were members of the institution in the
caily iMitufMits Lions' administration, Mrs.
Malviiu Chapln Kowell, ami Miss Kunice
Knight, Ihe former being the first graduate
who went to a foreign missionary field.
The others present were Mrs. Foibes, Mrs.
W. D. Alexander, Mrs. D.wighl italdwin, Mrs.
Wairen Chamberlain, Mrs. Mary Thurston
Ik-rifiekl, Miss B, K. Ilingham, Miss Helen S.
Noitoo, Miss M, A-. Ch.imVilain and Mrs.
Ellen Howell RiemcnschrM'r. The latter,
tluaigh not a giaduau of. Mount llolyoke
is a graduate of Mills Ssniinaty, California,
which is a daughtrt of lloljokc.
The melting was almost wholly a social one,
and was enlivened by many icminisrcnrrt of
tbe early da) of the Kniinaiy. A few minute
weic givt.11 lo busincs in the afunuxm ami a
committee appointed to decide on a suitable
gift to alma injur, to be sent when Mix
Ward, (who is litre recruiting itr health) may
return tq the Kail. A tepoit of the, com
mittee may be csjcttd at (he annual meeting
Messrs, Wilder & Co have repaired Ihe
King street crossing of t),e marine lailwav.
1 hr ilhr l..iii,!..
Miss I lata "Sliipiiim .il tlil.. was mii.li I
, l tier last tsi-ek. md Wines fur hr mtivprv
Fine dry wwther along lire windward roast
nf Haw-all. All the mill Riindlng and Luge
shipments of sugar mining in.
.Meiwn. A. l.idgaieA Co, are making pie
1 10 rations to put in some 550 or rVx nrrta of
cane this mining smarm, mostly on virgin anil,
Aiitwd at llllo, February tut : The
wlialerlairk Naimlenii, 7 months from New
IWslford, with ISO Iwrrrla of sperm oil. She
left fin the A relic Imuiedlmely after having
taken in a supply of water.
The IiilioliOe Sugar Company mm have
their 1 ww new mills In successful operation,
and are tinning out upwards of 15 Ions pet
day frnm each. They have Ihe satisfaction of
knowing that they are gelling out with ilicir
large mills nttxrly all there is in the cane.
A new cane worm has npienieil on the
windward coast of Hawaii and has done con
aidciable damage to Ihe young cane. It Is a
small white wnnn or grub, with a black bend,
which alia out the heart of the young shoots,
often completely killing the hill. It Is
quite distinct from tltc ordinary Imicr.
Captain Wright, who leccntly visited the
Volcano House at Kilauca, desires to give
public expression or his satisfaction at the way
he and Ihe party with which he visited the
place were treated by Proprietor Jordan. He
says he had evervlhing that any rrasonble
person could well wlh for, and that iolilcncss
struggled with real lo make cveiy want satis
fied, The captain goes away from the Wands
highly pleased. '
Mr. R. A. Macfie, jr., Mr. C. M. White,
Mr. and Mrs. (i. C. Hewitt, and a native
woman named Wnihia nnd three children were
thrown from a coach during an upset at Moloa
Gulch between Kllauea and l.lhue, Kauai, on
the .jrd ultimo. A tittle native girl turned
Punako was killed, the woman Wnilua had
lioth legs broken, Mis. Hewitt was severely
but not dangerously shaken up and the others
escajied with slight injury.
Tlie LaupaliDchoe Sugar Co. have put in at
Kaiwilahllahl a very cheap and novel arrange
ment for shipping sugar. Two light wire
ropes are attached at one end to' a point of
rocks in the sea and al Ihe other to the ton of
Ihe bin!) near the sugar house door, Ihe lower
part of the ropes hanging over still, deep water,
where a boat may lie in almost any weather.
On each of these standing ropes runs a "cage,"
each at the end of a running rope; which
passes round a drum on lop. The whole thing
is operated exactly like a gravity tramway: the
full cargo going down drawing up the crnply
one. The bags or sugar are tossed from the
cage into the boat. It is simple and eflcctiic.
.1 .VWntnr Ttrrli.
vVe had n glorious sunset glow this evening.
It seems that the earth is a long time passing
through the belt of cosmic vapor that infringes
on her orbit. Theopinlon that the phenomenon
was caused by the explosive volcanic fires on
Ihe Island of Java is simply ridiculous. Scienti
fic men are sometimes given to vagaries and
adhere to the most untenable theories. Pro
fessor Lockyer is one of the class ; if he had
reverted to the well-known scientific fact, that
from August lo December, the earth passes
through a nebular cloud rAir , as the
Germans call it, and produces the meteoric
phenomena, which has been distinctly marked
since the great meteoric shower of 1S32. It
reaches the culminating jwint about the 13th
of November, when the meteoric jlisplay is
the greatest. The present year there his been'
no meteoric display. The cause is obvious.
There had been a changed condition or the
nebular mass. The cosmic vapor has probably
become more densi and is further removed
from the earth's orbit, hence it does not come
within the influence ofthe earth's atmosphere,
and we have not had the grand meteoric dis
plays, which should have occurred during the
period that we had had our glowing sunrises
and sunsets an alpine glow of the heavens.
A pop-gun loaded with sand would havealiout
as much influence in charging the millions of
miles in the earth's orbit with vapor or atten
uates! dust on the volcanic throes of Java.
Have our own volcanoes in Hawaii nei, with
all their tremendous lava flows ever produced
a local phenomenon such as the sun set glow
that I saw this evening?
In tSjs, the volcano of Casagutria in Cen
tral America, was loin to pieces by an erup
tion which lasted for several - days, the atmos
phere was darkened, eaithquakes rent the
earth, storms or ashes fell at least a runr deep
in Salvador and Nicaragua. New islands
were found in the gulf of Fonseca. The sea
for many leagues was covered wilh pumice,
and the master or one vessel stated lhat he
sailed through it for three days. The shower
of ashes reached to Soconusco, Mexico, and
even reached the Island of Jamaica. A river
which had itsjsource near Casagueria was lo.
tally obliterated and destroyed. This was a
far giandcr convulsion than lhat or Java, but
no glowing sun rises or sun sets followed,
When Ihe volcano and earthquake shocks had
subsided, the sun arose and sel serenely with
out any glow whatever. I might cite many
other instances, but this is sufficient to show
the fallacy of the Java theory.
.. .. . Viator,
Waii.uku, February 20, 1SS3.
Jl,l,rr Vnl'urtHiiuIr .ujims.
On Saturday, the tfith, a Japanese with his
native wife left Koliala for Walinea, having
with him $50 in cash. Iter in the day an
excitement was raised by the woman returning
and rejiortlng lhat the Japanese had U-en met
on the road by two masked white men, who
wore coals extending nearly lo their feet, and
who had taken his money, cut his throat and
left him nn tlie load. They (led at ainhl of
another man who apjieareil over Ihe brow of a
hill. All this, she said, took (dace at a point
considerably 01T the direct raid. At very
nearly the same time so says rcwxt a cer
tain cmplovcc, who hail asked leave of absence
for Ihe day was met by two men up mauka,
who asked what he was doing there. His
reply was 1 ' Hunting for mv horse," " Hut
whal is this blood all over your clothe ?" "I
killed a pig," This man was her luramour,
and after they were both arrested and ques
tioned, she is salu to have confessed K,
haling dclilicr.uclv planned this dialmlical
deed. It was not, however, for money, as
that and a watch wcie on the pcison of the
body when recovered. It wa brought to
llalawa, where those who wen- so Inclined
could teethe nature of the cuts. There were
two deep stabs, in his thioal, besides others 011
his body and head -all going 10 show an
attack fioni alwve, or at least a downward dir
ection to all ihe lluusts. A piaver over bis
Uodr was offered by Kev. Mr. Houston arid
two hvnitis sung by member of the V. M. (J,
A., after the c!oe of their evening meeting in
Ibe caiinier's shop ncui by. Ami so was laid
away the body that had come to so cruel and
untimely a death. A similar muidcr look
place recently on Kauai.
-Mr. David Graham Adee lussent this office
a copy of Ihe Wasblni-ion KeHibl!can, con.
lainliiir a letter willleo by him to that journal
deseriptite of his trip here. The article Is
complimentary to Ihe Uni; aud praise lh
w...'..m, ..., ,, ine riiiy aim praises ine I
cot.y scnuaily, with aouie 8',pltol. I
II, iMM in, Mtn-lt 1. lis.
llmeaic Mliait ,, ),., (,., f ..-,, ,m.
Tirmnt In Inrat trl, a ihr is !.., In iMpping
Tht arrivals r it,f w,,v i,,, 1 , f1,, ,-i,!,,,,
llw Otitwfen, I'hy ol ,liiy, II Mihmv ans
i:Ha, from Sn Train Im. at! with mUtlhuKnns
rar.f tor tl.ts run : ihr ( II Mihm 1w.H1 Wil
liams with lnmtr frnm lU wnwt, ami sl whalr.
shl elf mt mi larMippliM, eie, tnront M!tt
rmiml, tn thy p m!h.
Mr i: I' A,tm has Mil a hit' lht ml' ihil ,
hy In.thiflt frnm Maasrs II HrVM.I A: (Vi, tnelos
(wwtiinni!u,oi-ciiiyfij Ihimdirt and TrMay. Hi.
mI was veil attM ami n-mltHl wthUKtmv-. On
WrdnrnLy nil In nn r nf V- Port Mrfri Morn In llw
i-amptwll l.tk, Mr Ailarav l I srll a rtTM hvk of
t,nt walnut furniture wtiU-h ill .hwily I twlyrW
Iihj wet ton.
Messrs S (Aim t .tn to-iUy ih'ir uw More In
Joining, ns, Jua .1 hand w AtunoU, 4. ntsu iMr
Mllngt. Ita " Tempi' cf I'aililnn " stiiWmtlv alms to
ilt to a hit slurt f riwlilunablt! Ird.
'I1itha ln no retttu rwwilnm f lh tiaeV
urbane. Vd.lol lialhrmnlie "plui" reiunmH
My 1I1. City of Sidney en Mim,y U.i frnm Han
IVanetvan i lu ,hm lo ll ijih ulilmo. llw
marker rtsms slow no alierailons n nuniailrtiH,
tinman, tinman ImlleniloM ofnn iiaprova.! elmiiu' In
me nrar luiure.
1 liruuah lha eeurlMy of lh Advertiser, In the use uf
llielr .rervsres eu.lom home lal.tet. f,ir ,M), ur are
tiMblnt Itils week lo present lha unit lo our loaders In
It.' wii.lemnl form, to aicominny hieli has ln
t..iiI tmrusuil annual review olid comiiiarrr nf
Die iilindi Tills mimtr will tlierefoi.! I an wl.lillofl
ally lniilnj one 10 niallio friends aliro.nl, as well im
uiw In ireserte lot future refeience.
l.ltte'ike, ilni, from llitoanj way ports.
I.Iholtho. Kh, from Kauai.
Nellie .Merrill, acli, from Lalialn
las Matee, Uni, Canieroti, from Knuni.
Kliuu, slut, Ninir, from llilgniiil way port.,,
Itarlfonl, II. S. M , l!.irnlrr. from ('ollau....
U.S. Wllliarai, Am irrn, Willisms, fiom Hum.
C. O. Whiimore, Am ImiV, ('al)ioun, from i'ort
Caitiaiien.Aiii ILillulilianl, from San Kraheltco
krVuulu.ilil, sth, from llaiulie
W'aieliu, m h, from WalaiiA'.
I wnlanl, stm, from Kauai ,
Wailele, sell, from Maliko ,
Mototii, vim, Mclireitor, from Koolail
Itnieakala, uli, Crane, from repeeleo;
City of byilr.ey, Am. s., DeadHiln, from San
II. C Murray, Am. bk, Ilerry, from San Fran.
Thrndier, Am. Sim. vh, Owerm, from rniite. ..
Joiertiine, Am. wli. IV, ljng, from cmisc
F.liukai. Rth, from U'aialun ,
Wuimaiu. , Ii, from Koloa... ....
Msna, sen, from llito
I'nnie, scti, fiom Nuwilisili
C. Is. ItiOiop, stm, Davis, from IUmaktia
U'aiinanatu, urn, from Walmaitalo
Ilureka, Am. Mine, Lee, from .San Francisco..
Planter, stm, Hales, from Kau, Kon.i, .Maoiiicti
Iliui;, stm, (.oreuren, from liana nnd Molokal
t'otioiki, sch, from Koua. -,,. .:
Anna, Am ch, McCullocli, for .San Francisco ..Feb.
s-ny 01 .ii-uiiey, Am stm, uearliorn, lor h)Uney
KiUuea ffou, itm, Senrn, for Kniinlul
Jar Makee, slm, Freeman, for Knual., .,,....
Lehtia, stm, IiOrenren, for Molokal and llanl..
Lralii, sell, for Koholuiele.....
Malolo, sell, for 1 1 1I0,
Kaseailani, 11 h, for Koolau ,
Cev ton. Am I .Urstow, lor Hongkong
Kinau, ton, , , for W indw ard 1'orts
IwaLlnl, vtni, irri.li, for Kauai...
M'aiehu, uli, Maliko
Ilbukai, srh, i Waialua.
Wnilelc. Ji, laliko
Mokotii, Mm. .. , ;reior, r.- Koolau
Xttlie .Merrill, ch, for l.ahatna
I.ikehke, slm, for 'indard Ports
Thrasher, Am mm wh, Uwenst for cruise and
t.uka, sch, for Kolialakle
Marion, sch, for Kekalia
Josephine, Am li bk, I.nng, for cruise anil
Mary and Susan, Am wlibk, Murray, for cruise
tolani. Haw bk, Corel., for San Francisco
Merchant Vessels Now In Port.
Kalk, Kothfusa H aw liV
Al AMCI1A. Morse I
US Williams, Williams,..
CO WiiirMOki'. Calhoun...
HC.Meassv, Iterry.. .1....
ItAkTFOSu, Citrpeiitrr.... ....
Vessels Expected from Foreign Ports.
llaRsou., Urr. He. Srica :S'...;...!lolliuan
1 ItneAirit 10-15. Hatkfelil & Co aeenls.
uiAsoow, lint. b!.. Hi msh I win
Due April 1.3. C. W, MacfarUne ,v Co., ii2eut.
Jaluit, llav. sch.Jui.lA,...,
Doe in nil fek A. F. Cm
.iihurool, Ilfii, bk. CtAN Ckant..
line June 3.10.
Nrsw Yuair, Am. bk. Aboik Cnav-EH I'endelton
I'uc, .sjirii ao-a5. caslle (.CIOK, agents.
San Fkascisuj, Am bklne Dijcovkky I'erriman
Due March 10-is. II. Ilackfcld k Co, acenls.
Hunckos'o Itrit bk. llrLSNA ,
Due March 3-ia II llackrel.l ft Co., rseems,
FoaT Hlakklv, Am Rine AsieLra NeishaJI
Due March 1.5. Allen Kolinson, acents.
Nkwcastur, N S W Am Icrn DxchLsioH. . .
Iiadinc Feb. 4.- agents,
N ewcASTLK, N S W. Wallace.
Loading Feb. 4. Wilder S. Co., ujents.
San I kascisco, Am bklne W. H. llisiONU..IIoiulleit
Due March 1.5. W. I!. Irwin .V Co., agents.
From Hawaii and Maui, per KInau, Februars- at
W K Seal, C N Arnold, I, Ubugno, l)r Slatiaid,
I Auitm, .Mrs A Gram, K .Murray, K Kekoa. I N
Wrijht, J F Mill', J I) LIson, Sal Taylor, W "
Calligan, M A Smith, F M Kuller, A Young, I Ion F
llron, Hon U llrown, J D Kolwrts, C T t'htlps, L
Au, K Cation, Hon 1'nul Isenlierg, FW Olade, I I)
Grant, K Morrow, J W Cay, A Kanaliilii, W 11 Hal-
i..rani, is .Morrow, J vv l.ay, A Kanaliilii, W 11
Head, ChongSre. Capt Haley, VV V tlomrr, II
II fiirtoii.Jr.G Irvine, TCForsythe and i clii
Iroinlkauai, via Walanea, pr James Makee, Feb
ary jj A Harris, A Hants, Frank Itagot.
From Kauai. nr lualAni. F'.U,!,. n. ir i
l'ri"a UluoVaUul and suite, .Miss Sophie Sheldon,
Jos Ilrleluhe, Mils Kulainanu, Gov P P Kmia aud
servant, R A Macfie, Jr, Clarence M White, O N
From Kahului, iier Kiiaura Hon, Feliruars aa W
II Corn well. Ah Chleng, C Manges, Clias W Grey,
MitiKatyl.icy.SK Grey, Mrs .Sharratt, 3 Cldnesc
From Maul and Molokal, ir Uhuj. February a
h Jones, I r A Sate.
Fniiii San Francisco, imt CLtil,...!... t'l.n,.... .
W II Finck, I) Melod, W .Mcl-eod. R McKlnnmi
and John Maardt.
ilautiter, and ;ro Chinese.
I row San Iraiiciseu.per I) ('Murray, February as
Miss I. Ilrrnck. (i I. llabcncL nnHuf, SI.. :,.-
"W :';: !? Smiley, Mrt Morlirty, J Hay, J Good
win, C Rf.Jlius.
From San Franciuio, r I'.ureU. February Jat
ictory, Chat Lowell, J FCarr.J V Mcllonald.
Foe Maul and Hawaii, r I'Unter, Ftbniaiy aj W
S"X" " M,',VM"y.5jla, Mrsl'U. and child,
.L. f.0"' ,. ller.,'.fc,J"l children, C HeiiOe,
VJ Maawell,ll .M I'inkthall. J ,V Rob!n.n, T l(
Cunninsham, II MaUInal, wife an.l child, j N Ka
lhu and wife,
...,". Kiu,1l.r,.er Jaunts JJIatec. FeWuary Jj J A
temple, Mr MakauU,
For Maul an. Mr,lk , , la-l,, Fetcuary t F
II llayvil.U,vsraii.ly. Mrs Kinney, PD.illoiL
For lahutul, lr Kltausa llou, Felsuary j--ll
Jfl"s.1J!':if',jJJi'.S "rodier James, Mitts Weed,
Jllss Whitney, K II WucsUard.
For Audi md, ir City of Sl-ilney, Febmary as -Mr
nrulMrt Ul!e, J llurrow, wife ami a children? G II
iMtey, John Grans, T Aucl.UlUilc.
lor llouijUiig, r Cevlon, February 36-Kcv S U
Danum and wife, aiat 15 Clilnese.
For Kauai, s-r CraUit, FcUuary -.rt (5 II
&!"" A " ,Si""ul. ' l"ie. F W Glasie. Ii N
Wilcoe, l-altvanl It Salem, Mitt C Want, MU II J
Notion. -- -
.."'i','1.,",1, fad llwU,r Kinau, February 1,6
Mits II IliltcUaod. J I l) ley and tti'r.. Mlu Jurslan,
MlSheat Mrs )m. DttUy.O Wilder, Captain
llayiey. W f ) Smiih. Hit Ka Paul Neumann ami
daufchu u H lUilev, II lurton. jr, W K Seal, Na
tion II ir. Mat Achl, llapa Kaliumolee, Hon Ii W
'Vjl"t li.h,,lNl.,.' " Kal-uunul andnei, II IUIUikI
wilV. J h Ric., II Cerise, V F dole, C N Arm.1.1, (i
&;njimann, I M. Ilulhr, VV II WhliiieMy. Krv J
lllslnell, MltSilr .Uklun, W II Fincl. TCI'm
wh. I N Wrljhi. F I- Field, W I Goodwrn, Cha. I.
Il0,lini, R llauilllon, C K)nnertfey and wife, rr
...K.'.JUul and Hawaii, jr UlrliW, February
W ilornerJGayanilvsife, Alaul tJli. '
''. San'iaudsco, (r Alameda, lrb.11.1y at
llo,lierft Co., 4 rs hope, 1 e har,tare, 1 ct sue
tneiarv, 1 es jlastware, 1 ct djart. 10 bblt alcohol, t
csls rmilei, ii . dniet, ct cigars i F I. Siolir, j
pkgi hoto goodt; RicharuVn & Co, 1 rs fanilihini
gnu U: Kmaesly Co, 11 ct anne.tgoo.lt, mlt Uaut,
J l;l irutines ; Canle I Coole, jj i,kgt tea.1, 1 l
uatloiury, 19 pigs dry goodi aad y rose net; Irwin it
-. too bllsaoet, la 14,1s akohtil, 11 pigs guus I
bole ruLUr Ulting, ua ct uu nuu.lt, tan, ijt pigt
gru.erw,4sopotli, Ooj.uai thuwlct, sooV tit dour,
jt tit iitir, sad feed, i ct lire lltuit. o material ;
C lluslace. y plat meal ar Uilea i Wilier il Co. iu
1...,. i ..ii: i i. , .. . i - . . - -. -
teriaj KCo, plw nhalcuiaji timet: J A Palmer.
jrotemat I'aul Neuua, pljttfurailuict
II Ijee. jjt marWc, Alltq Rolotn, 11 plii
imjt; Mtlhctliav Al Soot, act tie. m,.n u.l
-u ,h it Carter It Co, m plVt uior.,,1.,; Mix
Kf f." .-. ,0 f '" Jtraaa V Co, 1 roll belling
I'Mllipt rt ( o, 11 .la fwnuurc. it ct Lvaat aa.1 .Ko..,
"I'ltslCMtiletj l.yvl.t late), 31 pl(t fsiruilure,
tloclt, fiat and (rocleiy eity 4 Co. y.l t tw
canst! May Ul, til 1 li, erotuiat : llaclleMlt. Co.
cents; any vai, 1,11 List trocar iat
I net bread, bale rut tprinini J T Walei Iwsi-, u
:t xrucenet aa4 bAjdaait, Isn Its Uaili
lw , n.Hso iieisn, t ca laaAlal LLat. ir X
tmioi-.y (II J N'!,,, , titn, M (.li, n ,'
" W."rV', ' " tV I ww, it 11 ii 0, ;
"Y i 1 S!e, 1 ct cijera, (.1 Mai
I I'M n JhnitH, t okft KaliHurrvl
.inlr,.S.i,,r..i ll.nl, ei.. . ...il ..
""I '. "w, t psan Hainnseryi l;
V-Iu 1 s tj. f., 1 eM.y f il
VBfcffil&S&gft MS&fi? h
!"". ti'sst,tiiiri: nana ,v, i tuny i.
1 mm San trancitco, jierCity or Sydney, February
jj-;Chat Furneaua, Mr J I Dicley and wife, Mr,
Diclcv, Miss Jordan, M. Shcave, .Mia A C PoiHn.
Ury, Jlrs M llamwn, J Cruilinnd, John O'llrien, J
T Drier. KAiirlini;. Mr 'Fovt. H llrrrirtr. u.:r- -....i
- ,J. lS I r. .,
, ' hlittimttii.. 1. itf-
l.lktr : 1 K M(lhin.i.n
pt, larrtffi. malfUt ; II
,1. il ditm o, tu ptta.
,h, l.i ... hi,, 1 ,.,.
stiiti tv r. 1 .mil, , iitttf.
,,,1.4,1,, w N la, .-J-am-mor,
s.s .Si i! m, j
Sastll... u lll.M l.lM.. hfte
1 i-s lola.ni, 01 ,a, ,r) j.i.it. . Inl.i I s) ,, l-H j(
l ri;"M. , r,,a ( n.., 14 uks wlnleman's
,mi imw it ; 1 mm 1
r-sii ijiio is 1 ... .. u nark-y : 1. l lurkrr, 1
pi as f.iia. , I entlisn (1,1, , ,,t,. ine. K P Aritma,
3 P'tK jtwvwWs ami aafW 1 Itxln ft 1 , rau.
pfrias; w,jr l.,lnU. ylm fnw
- n.nni ., mniin ,1 ) .SHU
Dttone mMvrlal: K If IIhiIm.. .-,. .,'
1'insim. 4 pkf let.
V.hMnt-. 4al(s ilrypjHi;; A (. lOfrs, jo
rsiirrisjiw 1 mi inrrnj'
rffiv. is isVw, eMrtilw m.I Mtf. vl
Fanro. in nkas mrlut 1 LMntie PTnM. as iltin n
lo Oiiler. rt bhW.
Frs?tan IWheo, nesr (.hj f Myrtney. IVUaary
js IInkfrM l,n m'fa emiim, .- tlry ttJ i
Snw'H'i l") a I .s ,13 iftj.1 ni.it; TlenM A Co,
IllfW whalenjuns iif"s ; llniki 10, 1 plas rirr
gond.i it P ltlh.ni, . pin. inaehlovtyi iTyrnur,
lT' & "'"', "'"' '" 1 f"f drjr fooHaawf
tntarm; 0 finj.i, n, .1 rlaan rnfit ) (mU rndtat
Lhla'M llrnis, so) o mnsa,
I'rnm IVirr 1'owmnol, rr r (I Whhmoro, I'tbrmiy
-Allan lMrn, friiing fi lmW, )M
f .M lallia, lit pension.
I'mm nuraka, e l WillUrm, IVhrwiy i
thwart A IJoolr.. )a; It llimlt, 6. ju ptcaats, m M
"ny, iioclmV.i Allm ft HiMaann. too Mb eMimlaaJ
en pkaa iloraa. a iikam
Isieki; Wilder Al t
ami lumber: lesser l!ooke.
'17,1 l"K Kroeanw. iminveara
.11 uimiier: lowers it lane, 10s ps ikloes and
Wlndiij Uaatle & Cooke, nt l.kg f4ri; C t WIITI.111W.
Il likaa rinntli rr! ItsmAn IEm. i ilj. hlITu ..!..
totiaeeQ; Chinese Urine, S05 pig indts.
For San Francltoi, per Anna, February tt-iM 14
r, $5,o;.ji; i;ii Injs rica, $i,fj(.e.
t'orSm Franclsoo, iier toltnl, February sn ijiwo
lits.utwr. Ji5,ol,8(. "
The- .tarl.osA will he due fiom San 1'ian.
cismnext .Saturday at iiikhi.
The American liaikcntlne l.'urcka nttlvnl
vesteruay irom salt linncisni.
The American haik I). C. Minr.iy is dls.
cliarirlni; nt llrcwer .Y Co,'s vvhatf.
Schooner Itosarlo, Swift, sailed from S.in
I'raticlsco, I'chruaty and, for K'ahului.
The hark: Kale is at anchor in th stream,
She will commence loading for San Kraitcltro
Th American tern D. S. Williams is dis
charyinj; linnlier at Iho esplanade opposiic the
The American hark C. 0. Whiimore is dis
chamintr a cartjo of luinhcr at Messrs. Allen
American schooner Ida Kchtiaiicr, Kohert
son, atllvcd al .Sou Francisco, Kehrnary Jnd,
2. da)S-from Kahului.
The United Slates Ship .Hartford,, atrived
last Sunday from Callao. She leaves here on
Monday for San Francisco.
'Ihe Swedish frigate Vauadls, having t'rincc
Oscar on hoard, may ho expected here in June.
The prince will he appropriately leteived.
The Oceanic steamship Alameda, is at the
company's dock, ready for sea, from which sho
will sail for San Francisco at noon to-day.
Mails close at 10 A.M.
The American hark Calliaricn, put in an ap
pearance last Sunday from San Francisco. She
docked al llrcwer .1 Co. '9 wharf, where she is
now discharging a general cargo. She will re
turn to San Francisco aliout Saturday next.
From an old journal written in iSaTi, and
still unpublished, nn American writer extracts
the following: ".Mrs. Dash is from the
South, and is decidedly .Southern in all her
views and feelings, and has to a great degree
the one thing I Oo so dislikein the Southerners
their everlasting harping , n the hospitality,
chivalry, and liberality cf the South, and the
coldness, selfishnefs, and narrownes of the
North. I am willing that the South should
have all that It claims for itself j but, for good
ness' sake, don't be everlastingly sitcakini! of
" " I must say wilh all that is really
good, and admirable, and noble in- theit char
acler, this constant boasting of themselves and
disparaging of those of their kind who live a
little nearer the .Vorth I'ole, arc thorns 1 do
abominate and listen lo with great impatience."
And he addst "This is as true to-day as it
was then." Whereupon a Southern writer re
plies at two columns' length to refute Ihe
statement that it "is as true to-day ;" and in
stances a recent battle reunion ;,. vt,n;..t.
where several hundred Confederate mid
I'cderal soldiers marched 'together in a friendly
Ihe band will play the followinL' nroi-rninmr.
mis aaiurilav a Itcriionn. nt nm .r..i.i. :..
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I'.mma Square 1 S '-
March, Railroad ,-,
O.crture. IWitarla ".".:.; .'rffi
Clionit, Vannhauser . Wa.J
Selection Great Caslmir .V.". UcoS,
Wo 11, lhoMuico . VvVlllte
Polla, Red nnd JllvL. . . ............. . V....?; "fjj
Tlieie will be a, concert on Monday evening
at Fmma .Stpiare.
Kijutci. .1 Corslcan nobleman, has tranvlate.1
Ihe Scriptures into his native tongue, and tlie
American Itible Society has appropriated funds
for publishing nnd circulating his version.
Mistress to new cook--' On Wednesdays
and .Saturday I shall go lo market with you."
New cook-"'ery well, mum, but w)lo'h
ngoin to carrj' the liasket, miun? "
A brake was run inlo and the driver hutt
by a truck dtiier driving oiulie wiong side of
Alakca street, yesterday.
Sherman's circus is billed lo appear heie on
the nth instant. It'a show hills speak il fair.
cncrnl bucdikments. -
i Jutt it' rived ir Mariposa
- J6tiddr '
IW8il.au Cniciiajt Viatufl
fiench AIMlguiJ Walnult.
tlitlilt-H (alti Your-.
BAKLR'S WHOM; CORN IN ff
DelislsHituiin from tbe rub.
in, an., iil, sic.
Al in tisxk, '
A JMrttlJAtsorsaieiit of Orocrlsu
tXf .hlclHoion'tie.t '
LOWKnl UAHKirr kati:s,
,ra4 Mtisfiicilun Kuaraaieeil.
Uttt skhttit.) m my pin ofll.s ciiy,"
MJs, cs.rUsLsJ.lt re-illl,.
j i'a" "ssi, .ny in, tit, nuts arwanrai 1 l
t liiiwy, aor iilaa fesl; II J Anew, Is) pkf. IWrHttmi
awl Sd: llolllsifr At i:o, n hM. spl.ii., 1, pVaa
lobacros lla. kfrl.l Co, nil pkgs (looi .wl fesKlt W II
link, 8 pkaa machinery; Hall k Son. it rolls louder. 1
-iiimiwi so.,.! nonr, rmjitiHs nine i n inan
pk A (1 wars-: Petri Co.
J M OAT,
NlttllniH'rn mill Xtir Dnllrf
HAWAIIAN OA.UI'tH lll,OCK,MHRCIlAlvn
llaee Ussst nworXstrl, t ilkrlfam, a Smmmtni
Amrf lit imy H wrl
I Imarj and narrow, by tltfm I tWJ( hy nin.
MiatOUANMllfM ItfaOCKIt A.', , c
IlLANi; HOOKS 1
I teem. 1 10 pliojtr.
Itanlara' Unta, IksntasV turtrt,
In Mm have Islatands foe alt.
ICF. I.KI'IKK HCAl.K
doer's OmMnarl Coertiaa; aw) Wrrlttta,
It, ima, and harfninta.
CAIUKR'S WRIIINC. FLUID,
In mmitl, plnlt, Imlf.Uhlt, ankl
VIOI.CT INK, quails, pints, half M; ami
ARNOLD'S WltlllNf. FLUID,
in iartt, plnlt, half uil, anil tenet.
SI'AI'FORD'8. In uuirit ami nlnlt.
lJDPtlan Perfumed Ink,
In 'piartt, fdnta, Isalf-jtlnta, and aboe.
l'erfel MucIUkc Itellle.
MANN'S LOl'V HOOKSi
10 l, full bound and JialMnMral,
10 x 14, full Imuhl anVt rialf-lnnd
.Mann't Copylntc t'up r.
1'KNS and IIOI.DI'.K'S lnKraat varieties,
Automatic Pencils, Cumins I'encllt,
Faber't Pencils, Ditons Pencilt, Ac.
DRAWING I'APKK, plain mid inoume.1,
ManilU IVlnil I'agier,
liNVLLOl'F.S iso,itei luiorlcd.
Maying Cards, round corner and plain.
MKMOKANDUM HOOKS, a large variety,
'lime Rooks, ntsorteil,
Cuinmefl lsbelt, ,
Shipping Tna.t, 'I'ouilsl r.ijrs.
tNVH'AHON I'.M'KR, nnd Kntahipel lo nialcli.
Hall Programme Cauls, pencils ami lasselt.
I.LTIhR I'RF.isSKS, UrjralKt.m.ll,
Rulitier Itandt, all sires.
IIASi: HALLS and HA IS. s
GuMes and Score ttjoks.
HIR'IIIDAV CARDS, 1'OCKITl ' .KNIvr.9, and
many other articles too numerous lo mention,
Ifl. StJIlSCRII'llONS received for any foreign
uier or iMagarine isiblislitil al any lime. AltrKor All
ihe lral l'.irs nnd .Magarinca, Seattnea, lliaol
tnlea. Family Library, etc, nlsvayson harst, ami !
ciat niimtrs rent lor to onter.
T'tLSFFt'IALORDL-RR received f.ir HOOKS, elr
RHD RUIIIIKK SIA.MI' AOKNCV.
and Agenlii for the. Lnc)cto,edU'ltriiiiiiiiiai..
18. All Island order lillesl ,mni.lly. 1f
I M, OAT, Jr., nn.l CO.,
rtsMl Oarelle I'.lnl, 1 .Mercliant Siresat
JIIIIIIMIItOMMlllllllllll iiiiiiioiiii mu it.
E U OVA I, O 1' OKM :
ISU M A T ISM.
tlliiiMiiiiiiiiiiiliilllliiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiii nun mini
HOIaiaSTER ot CO.,
Nuuanu tireet, am tornerc4 Fori ami Mercian ttrccts
U;ST RKLMVKU vi
'.Mevila l.ivIt'MaUxAie.M wnj t)tixl
'MauK-fS in other vtcU
ll.w IS...I SSx-IT
i)0VNI3RS an;! NOON I 'AV Oil,
Lubricating Oils of all lin.lt.
Cut .Vails, all Mo,
Clinch Nails, all ,'net,
tmtp ,Coltoft Waste in laiea.
HlaclMiiilVa I U lions.
Cheap Riiu CU.l,
llrossn SSsii, in ntset.
Mire lUiuinit lUtlell for' Ferns c,
IjUHr't Ilainalio Hoes,
ti tnfli CooM-lKcl SikIiI 1 1 00
let. Cream Frevrers,
latau, Mossert, lss llil,
Case's (.enulee AmosltM iKoiiint,
Cs't Oeiiutnst Am,leaj 5luiMrt $iri.
llesidet a thousawl articles in llae I lanair Una always
Sonn eapecic!, n. hy the 's.iuiin,' a aiot ctan
Jei atsortuHia of
Hult't Aee.i'oir. ,,,t ,e.llrr..
" ' ?i'
. Wilh etna llamllet, Haaautand t'ulnlt.
AH lt4 still Im fiMtu.1 al h curuer brkV Mora of
" K, O. HALL & hON. Uniu J.
OBNSON, SMITH, & CO.,
, Prrtotlual DruKaltU,
M M .l WT, STRKKfr,
tsnaauas a a'Huu'i itiaaaaitu iiot,iotaTiirC
TIIK COMMON SJ-NSE NURHNO BOITl.E,
DEGULAR CASH SALE.
Frldrty, Mrtrch 1,
At ISA. t.
4ir .Sii i,i:sitoo.u.
Olen, Wheal, c.
AT NOON I
0e rawnltame Caliternla liy citt8 Uv.
fSt'S "SP1 '"' aef1'?. Ona Uy taditUi rmew, tinal'
rWtd. llrtMi' larth tharonlhly ealUble anim.lt,
aaaajthsmeet lo ladies rleHns; nt ilnilnV
I'. .111.1. U.S.
I Im ratell-esl Inslrinlksil franj the Inilsaterl lo
Sell at IsabtijAiKllon, at lint new ttnre In Campbell's
lllock, Von Sireet, m
11 .'r.vi.vt.M r, M.iiinu ,trii,
M 10 a si., a lotnirn inroKKfir iiArrosoua
Uliiidt 'Wnlnnt l'lirnltum
Con4tilni( In part as fAllotes!
Illaek Walnut CtiamberSrit, s.,ll,lj
lllack Walnut Hook Cat',
Handsome Hlatlsvalnut Hhleboaril,
Illarkaalnut I'artur Soils,
Oulee 'I ables, lapimnes,
Ittleiisiou Dining I'nbttt,
HlaslssMlnut lleslt,elc.. He.
S11I1 Positive, nnd Without Rtsaorvat.
Opiwrruniit; fur tnraint, at ibe aoodt mini l toll.
:, j. a it.iMs,
lly outer of
MKSSRS. II. HA(5kFKLH CO..
1 will nnM a
Omi Day Auiitlon Snlo
DRVhooDSjCLOIIIINt), KtC., Ere,
'Sl.ilrt,lili, I'cbrunrii HI,
"' at 14 A.M.
To chew t'nritigimteriit.
A Lllieral ttuliiVillh'iitteiilo the TraJe.
U. I'. ADAMS, Auctioneer
1 v: : r ',
TJ BGULAR CASH SALE.
Sntiu-dny, rntirnnry 2Urd,
at hi .,;,
Sura Clotiiiwi, .
Halt and Cnpt, ' '
Whileand Hmvvn Oillart,
HARI)WARIJ,I!tc., Eni, Kte
Talilo I'ruilt, Jelliea and Jains. Yeast l'o,lrr,
wv.. ujtiers. i.reen iv.it, Miruinet,
h lonaue, Cahtlles, Sail, Tel
.inK l'ar, tlllue, Conileni
T, .Mlistanl, Corned lleef, Han
eel. llains. icarm.
.., r.ic, l.ic
ALSO ( To closea consignment i Positive Sale)
Halters, Link Itamls, Reiut, Hitt,
Rosellet, Kc, .vie.
.lo StirtM Jlrtitrti .Vniiir-.
Sackt Corn and Wheal, Sacks I'otaloti, Ket Htllter.
AIO-A lt of FURNFI UkK
Two 'lop liiifgte,
One new llrale,
One heavy worlini,' Iliale,
One caiTiaie liorte.
'I he " Oiphan " will pretnle.
K. I'. -ll.l.W,
A'urttt, n "r.
THE GENUINE ARTICLE.
COI.U.MIIIA KIVF.K SALMON
Solmou Ueilliom 18811 Catok.
Just rcteivetl from I'otllNiMi. Oteg.m, by
OSTI.K k COOKK.
Thete Fitlt can be relied upou as I'lrtt-Claaa.
TWTRS. THOMAS LACK,
No. 19 fort SrtsU HomoIuIu,
f.ira, .4lt,irl,,ri., uu , , rrnmurtrn.
ACln.T eoa lm
Wiiira Anilihel.K.ii i. Runsiaii Nave llout Mschlue,
llos.nl't Mtcbiue N'tesllsa, all llnstt'
Corthell't Silk, In all uJori and tires
ttailsjur't I.tiHii 'lluead,
CUrk'aO. N. 'I. Maeliliw.t'Mtoiu
Muit, VtmartiCi KrfiaHe Cut J'nftr 'all.,
aan ri at icai inaa.
I Killer III RlrirJ.,
(It as and SmaTtao (tool,
hnor, Posture, C,
and M rrAU ic Caki aiur.aa
Kt:i:osi:K .tiot'nN, i ,iii ,i,r,.
fntnaJ-JIathtita, las.1 aikI fiiui.Retainr.poM.ly
isllAS. J. I'lbllBL.
WUOJaUIAU: ANO KSTAIIa.
CoaaaaMOJANMaKNlillANt! bM,f Wo.
Canaaa 111011 aso MAIN Btnui.WalJulii, Uaau
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