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MAY 10, its.
The tier mills are doing at;ain.
The Honolulu and Oceanic Ime lull clulis
will 'liy a match ,'ime on die 301I1 of June.
There- will lie a match between the Hono
lulu Rifle's ami the Maul team on the loth of
The minjr frlcmls of Mr. Thomas llrrmn
are In he con;ratulaleil upon that gentleman's
Tnro pitclirt up In the "aura Valley are
hring looted out ret)' rapidly and loninas
Mr I', C. Jones will begirt a new claw in
lioolc keeping next Monday night. All who
care In learn are cordially invited.
Mr. Sprcclitls had the plins for Iris new
hinlt hmlding drawn hy Mr. GnMcsj, of San
I rancisco, they arrived hy the Mariirtrsi.
C jptain GoMIng (first ofTicrr) rame down
in charge of the Mariposa. Captain Howard
was detained through the illness of his wife.
Other-islam! readers are denied their mini
full budget of important foreign news, hy
pressing demands upon the columns luide at a
Three of Mr, James Campbell's colts nt
Diamond head have the distemper, yet not to
Incl as to interfere with their training for the
'Hie Gleaner's will give a free musical ami
literary entertainment on Thumb)', May
22ml, at the V, M, C, A. hall, to which all arc
Tor the Uncfit of nther-istand readers,
srscr.il articles of Intrrrst to nil friends of the
Honolulu Library find Heading Room hive
been copied from the Spuil of the 1'air.
Mr. C. C. Coleman only lacks $1000 of
having $25,000 subscribed to form a stock
comptny lo introduce the ramie plant and
carry on the culture 'and manufacture of the
Owing to the continued high rate of ex
change the post matter general Ins restricted
the money orders on the United Slates to one,
not to exceed twenty-five dollars per mail lo
each applicant for one payee.
Messrs. G' V. Macfarlane A Co., received
by the Mariirma the copy of a cable dispatch
to the effect that the steamer liars e had been
charted to carry immigrants from the Azores
to this pait, and would leave I.onilon on June
The null of the lioatmen to the paymaster
at the fish market on Saturday night was pos
sibly owing to a rivalry lo sec who should be
the Iml to gtt drunk ; but it was a pretty een
race, us, lain in the esening the police pulled
in two at alHiut the same time
A recent visitor to the Wulanae l'lanlation
speaks in high terms of it as the model of per
faction, order and cleanliness of any lie lus
yet sceu. And this to come from a man who
has traveled from one end of these islands lo
the other, probably half a dozen times, meant
0. good deal
The Chinese in l'ouoa Valley arc pushing
their banana patches up the mountain sides and
have greatly increased the jield for this )ear
over that of the last. In one day 3 So bunches
from that valley were counted going ilowti Nil
uanu Avenue, to be shipped by the Alameda
to the coast
The new rice-crop will begin to come in
about June 1st,
Htr. C . M. Hyde will preach at the Itelhel
Purser Mcljne of the Mariposa sepds this
office lite papers ami other favors.
Rumor ha it thai " The Clark Hxcunlon "
front the liaeterii Stales will arrive by the
Alameda on tne 22ml fnst.
I'. Governor Iw, wife and daughter who
arrived on Thursday by the Matiposs, have
been guest of Mt. V, G. frtiin.
On account of the Queen's birthday coming
on the 24th, which is Saturday, the llritlsli
Clnhhave deferred their celebration and ball
until Tuesday the 271I1.
Mr. llagot requests the announcement that
the new ilirectririe will be here alrowt the iSlh
or loth, coming by the ( onsutlo, which left
San I'ranciscnon the 3rd inttant.
Mr. Cman will occupy the pulpit of Tort
rtl. Lhurcn humlay mottling. In the evening
il is expected that l)r. McLean of the l'lrsl
Congregational Church of Oakland, California,
fast Mondiy night the friend of Koadmaster
Hart and his fimlly agreeably surprised them
hy raiding their hospitable home of " piun
things," and cake " and stich," The good
lime was prolonged till long past midnight
At a meeting of the Honolulu Rifles, Tues
day night, the following officers were elected!
W. II. Aldiich, captain ; J. II. 1 idler, first
lieutenant G. II. Mcl-eid, second lieuten
ant 1 V.. Maybie, secretary ; James Simmons,
A young man now in town used to be an
expert at waltiing the wheel, a feat requiting
lwth nerve and skill. Hut fmm long lack of
practice he became unused, and, on trying it
the other dty, fell heavily to the ground
fortunately being no worse than bruited.
Mr. George Lucas Is makinijforlhe Catholic
cathedral, an old fashioned grithic pulpit with
spiral stairs, rich molding and frcl wotk, and
to be ornamented 'with semi-statuettes and
churiih which were tent from I'atis, and
above the pulpit is to be a gothic canopy.
The band will play this afternoon at 4 yo,
The programme will be :
March lloeal Review, Gladman
Overture, llntian Style Scliulrrt
iantatia, The I'rimessAir .Clarence
Setection, 1 Ion Carlos, Vrrdl
Wain latura, . . MiHjckcr
fjuadnlle, llcggar Student Millocler
The usual conceit on Monday evening.
The news comes through a private source
mat roller rainier 01 the rainier Jjoutc in
Chicago Ins informed his regular Imardcrs
that they must vacate or pay n hundred per
cent, extra for their rooms during the coming
Republican and Democratic conventions to be
held in Chicago in July.
Marcel Monnier and Paul d' Aiibcraclc, two
)ouug 1'aiisian lkiront, were uuarleicd at the
Hawaiian Hotel until last Tuesday, when they
left on the Alameda. They had been six
months in arriving thus far 011 their circuit of
the globe. They were surprised lo see the
high state of civilization in Honolulu. They
visited with gteat interest the ser-iul isles of
the gioup, and especially the volcano, cra
ters and lava beds. One day last week, Father
Sylvester of St. tout College, went out for a
ride with these gentlemen to Diamond Head
and other points of interest near the city.
I .ast ws-ck appeared on item in the column
headed Presidential Points tvjiich might possi
bly be misunderstood by those not fully con
versant with the G. A. K. The item was a
bit of current political gostip to the clTcct the
Senator Logan, of Illinois, was the choice o
the G. A. R, in the United States for president.
The commander of the local post requests the
I'resS to state that no such thing is possihk
The G. A, R. is tis'non pailisan as it the
Masonic Order, It is made up of Democrats
and Republicans, and, in the nature of things,
could not cast a unit vole for any one.
The police arc to be commended in their
prompt igilance and captuie of J, Rustcl
Germain who cscaivcd from the prison gang
last Tuesday afternoon, notwithstanding the
vxclunging of his prison garb for n suit ol
engineer while's clothes without the owners
peiiiiL.ion, and the watch he temporarily thus
htd the use of enabled him In time well hit
jiassage from the Marine railway by luat to
the I.iueka where officer Kauhane received
him with open arms. At the trial the follow
ing day twi) mouths were added to hit term of
tnpilsonment, and a weighty appendage hat
lieeu added for his catc daily.
While on his late lour through l.urnpe
King Kalakaiu, on hcarng a very fine or
chestra, became entranced wilh the music of
the saxoplione, a silver, wind instrument
played thiough a iced and sounding very much
like the human voice. On returning borne
the king sent lo a dealer ia farii trscuiad
from Belgium four of taas instruments, a
tenor, alto, baritone and base. These charm
iuc and very expensive Instruments arrived
safely and have been placed In lb hands of
Mr, Charles Mlchiels ami other competstx-l
musicians bo art in cooaiaal psssctice and It
is confidently expected that ssua, in connection
with the Symphony Club, rt may htve the
plratut e ol hearing this quartette of saxophones.
On Thursday evening of last week 1 local
house painter stepped into s jewelry stoic on
Nuuaiiu Mnxt and asked the Jeweler what he
would pay lor Uiaut gold, hi- irphrd tli.il it
was owing to what condition It was, in. 'the
painter said he had a sliance to luiy a watib
chain at ,auolhei stoic ol 12 carat gold, tuid
wsuls-d to know il it was worth the piiceaske-d,
the jewilu icpllvd that if he vtoukl bunt;
him the elulnlie would tell him what It was
wuith. At this the painter giew iusuUnl and
thought he WAV not tnutli of a jeweler or he
could tell without seeing the ehairt what il was
woitli. One won! Icel lo allodia and threats
w.rc made, and lot a lime it scuiicd that war
w,vt Imminent, but wlieu the )e-wclcr discos -eied
that the uiau was a eunk he turned away
and left, and the crowd cltkial the decent
glad, aud a feu- UppeHiilvd. at not tcf ing q
Mr. Thomas Camplicll, who is living in this
city at present and who hat several thousand
acres of land on Maui, is starting a cattle ranch.
He lias So head now and among them some
blooded Mock, and he has purchased of Mr.
Simucl Parker at Hawaii, 150 heifers which he
will ship to the ranch by return of the Like
like. Advance samples of the new stamped envel
opes for Hawaii was received by the Mari
posa. They comprise five denominations,
and colors, six : 1 -cent green, 2-ccnls pink,
4 cents Vermillion, 5-cents blue and to cents
black. Thcstampis a view of Honolulu from
the sea ofT Diamond Head. A supply will be
here by the next steamer.
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While one section of Fort-street inhabitants
were growling eaily this week at the lineason-
ablcncss of the road crusher's re-inonopoliring
their thurouglifare within six months, the
upper section people were complaining that,
notwithstanding the ruts in their rortion of
the lioulevard, the road master did not look
near them with his repairs.
From present appearances, it is probable
that between two and three thousand dollais
will be realized, clear, from the fair now in
progress. Could the trustees of the library
spend at least one thousand of this amount in
reference books of permaiiant value, thev
would earn the everlasting gratitude of the
leading people of Honolulu.
Mr. Samuel N'ott informs the Press that the
last report of the commissioner of (tensions
shows that durinc the war of the rebellion
2,063,391 Union soldiers and sailors were en
listed, of whom 962,301 veterans survive. It
is now proved to give each surviving veteran
(not otherwise provided for by uhe pension
bureau) $S a month pension.
A herd ol aliout 50 goats running at large
and belonging to Poituguse, have scattered
the grass and herbs on Punch Howl, and now
they have turned to peeling the bark off from
unprotected monkey k1 trees as far up a they
can reach. Ol about 480 different species of
trees and plants there are hut 9 that these rum
inant little quadrupeds will not cat.
Mr. Hardy's lease has expired of the premi
ses on Fort street where his planing mill
stands, aud he will move the mill at once to
the Queen Knima block on the comer of
Queen and Richard sticets, which block he
had leased for 25 scats. Mr. Hardy is plan
ing to build two rows of cottages on the same
block, just lielow the " merry go round."
The first-nine of the M. M. II. C. has
been elected as follows t John Wittcck,
catcher t Robert Parker, pitcher ; S.J. Leavy,
1st base ; Anlone Rosa, 2nd base ; James
Welch, 3rd base : W. G. Lllis, tight field ; J.
G. Spencer, short stop ) V. W, Macfarlane,
centre field 1 E. R. Hendry, left field. Mr.
Svencet is captain, with full jaiwcrt In the field,
and also to re-organle the nine.
CUMifeMaed .Vciett 0 the Witk
Sjtutd.y A native had a finger bitten off
by a tun at uiamonil lleau. Mrs. .Maaio
ilurns dim Iroui overdose ol laudanum. In
toxicated old Portuguese drove buggylntn luck
on Hotel Street, thrown nut and bruised alout
the head. Police administer to his wants.
Sipreme Court adjourns till first Monday in
StrnJar: Seventeen drunks at the driving
park. CelebctUion of 15th anniversary of arri
val of Sisters of Charily ia this Kingdom, by
Bishop Htrrmann and priests at cauhedrsl.
D. Dayton, acting coroner, held inquest over
body ol Mrs, Maaio Bums. Doctors Emerson
and Tmussaiii snake autopsy of body of de
ceased. NUy: Frank Metcalf arrested and held
lor msrudiughter. Schooner Poboiki strives
from Hawaii, where she teas struck by light
nine 21th ult. Rev. Moses Kuaea, late pastor
of Kauinsksiiili Church, died of toltentnt; of
the brain. Postuiastei-ijeueral limited inonej
oidits'u. $25 instead of $50. Hill. ,apiropu
ling i,ixjo lor pulilio tirooccutioiit aim $40,
000 (or exiK-nsei pli-Kilt session passed
Irf-gislaliiie pass resolutions or le-speetfoi mem
oi) of Kev Kusia and vote to attend funeral
in a body, Adolphtieeiiiig appointed laniloi
V, M. L,. A. -tuneral of Oliver tlulluou,
ago) 22 tears, funncilv of San Fianetsco.
7'H.Un- Cooke ft al unable to give $5, coo
held cr lilljuh term. -JusJiee-McCullv wcnl
ts lido to prrUde at Circuit Coutt-.'s.i.fiiKiiicr
l.siiual iel U-ached above rnnaluu, em tint
isbnd, gol'ilT without injuiy at high tide.
U'i,mjJi). Conceit at Waikikl ehurch
nets about $lui. hun in the legislative
on the ruirency tei-oluliuii.
'HnnJ.it: Steam. 1 day,- Dr. J, lmt
Smith ictutucd ) the Maniujaa. -Fair upsuv
f-'ihhj; I-air and legislauic cvntiiiue.".
Piess ijocst to ncnw fau,
Jtujiotu and Kstivtu nvst week,
IfpUtm rrs it ffMrfrrtriee In Ih lrot7reaa nf
(hrl'll'tiilly In t hlitn.
f omparisons, highly complimrntary to the
Jajianese, but quite disparaging to the wople
oft limn, have Ixcn Instituted agun ami again
by mitnirlets at to the adoption of foreign in
ventlons and the tncects of mission! In the
two empires, few persons taking Into consider
ation ihc chief reason (or the striking differ
ence which exists. Il is not that fewer forms
of idotaloryand superstition prevail In Japan,
for thr false rmls nf that n-stirm are nntnbercd
b) the million it is not lint less immorality
it found there, or tint deceit and falsehood are
less inherent to the Japanese natute. The
Hlicy of cxcluslvenew which the Chinese
Government has always maintained is indeed
a great barrier to the ready adoption of foreign
customs and belief, Imt the JoiMticse, until
within comarntively a few )cars hae pre
served a more rigid exclusiveneiw even than
their Chines nHghlmrn As lite as 1837.
they passed a law proclaiming that " so long
at the sun shall shine no foreigner shall touch
the soil of Japan, and no native thill leave
the country under rain ol death." The migni
tilde of the Chinese nation and its immense
extent of territory mutt, of eourse, hinder the
people from lieing as readily influenced to
embrace Chiistianil) and the customs of west
em nations at arc the people of Jap-in.
The volatile and imtiressible natute of the
Jatiancse inclines them more readily to adopt
innovations of all kinds, but the Ihimglitfiil
observer cinnnl fail lo perceive lint the p-ira-mount
cause for the difference In the progres
sivencss of the two nations is comprised In
that one fateful word opium,
China Is saturated with lire " liquid Hiison,"
as they term il, ' that black dew of hell," at
the poet has il, nnd its use vi "enfeebles the
body, dwarfs the intellect, and desdens the
moral sense of the victims of the drug," tint
1 missions!), though endowed with the binn
ing real of n seraph, would hardly succeed in
rousing them to n realiring sense of their con
dition. The opium traffic, alto, nnd itt immoral his
tory have, even more linn the vice of opium,
smoking, hindered the progress of ihe gospel
in Chint, ami it will require more centuries
than one to disabuse the Chinese mind of the
inveterate prejudice agiinsl white foreigners
which the iniquitous trade Ins engendered and
In Japan, on the contrary opium-smol.ing Is
almost unknown, and nohati'ed and distrust of
foreigners Invc been excited there by having
a poisonous drug forced into the country at the
jvoinl of the Injonct,
Attempts have been made in various quar
ters, even by persons skilled in medical
science, to prose that opium-smoking was not,
on the whole, deleterious lo the linnim sjstcin,
nnd that representations of its evil effects had
been greatly exaggerated. Hut missionaries to
China, who, more than any other class of
people, have been familiaricd with the dis
astrous consequences resulting from the use of
the drug, unite in denouncing it as a terrible
curse a curse ph)sically, a curse morally, nnd
a curse socially. Its fascinating power is far
greater than that of alcohol. Of those who
commence making use of the drug, scarcely
one in a hundred escapes niter ruin. A French
gentleman who had seen much of its ravages
in China, sajs, " I do not believe that man
kind has cser known a more terrible scouree."
Another writer remaiks that " for seductive
ness, immeasurable agony and apalling niin,
the world has yet to see its parallel." The
account given by a traveller in China of nn
aged opium-smoker, a wealthy Chinese gentle
man, robed in silks and satins, who was a
Vllow vo)ager in a native boat, aflords a vivid
picture of the mental and plijsical condition
of the individual who has become enslaved by
the habit. His craving for the stimulant was
so great tint, lo resist it, even during the
hours of sleep, was be)ond his feeble (towers
of endurance. The traveller savs: "Often
and often, when happening In awake, I saw
the miserable man's opium lamp burning and
could smell the sickening fumes of the drug.
The man's form was thin and emaciated, his
cheek pale and haggard, and his skin had tint
ieculiar glassc) polish by which the victims of
the poison always lietray themselves. His
da)s were evidently numbered, and )et this
man tried to convince himself and others that
he was smoking medicinally, and that the
use of opium was indispensable to his health.
The m'sery which this ice brings into families
One of my neighbors in China, whose hus
band was nn inveterate smoker, was at one
time oerjo)ed lo learn that, through the
agency of a Christian friend, lie had been in
duced to abandon the habit. l!ut her happi
ness was of shoil duration. In three months
time the man's craving for the drug over
powered him, and he resumed his pipe, plung
ing his wife nnd children again into poverty
and disgrace. The poor woman, in sheer
despair attempted suicide by hanging, and was
rescued only at the last moment.
To millions of men in China, opium is dear
er than home, or wife, or children. They will
run any risk and defy any law, human or di
vine, rather than be deprived of the coveted
narcotic. It is doubtless true that " half the
crimes In the land have their origin In its use,
The last Missionaiy Herald cites the case
of a )oung man, the only son of his widowed
mother who had been an opium smoker for
only five scars, yet liaving spent all his money
died of lack of bread and of opium. "Coffin
less, with no covering but a strip of coaisc
matting, and Iwme by the ragged opium
smokers, evidently hurr)iug to the same dread
ful doom, he was followed to his wretched
grave ny only one mourner, lus weeping
mother. This is but one of myriads of cases
of death by opium, in poor sinning, suffering
What an unproductive soil is family life sych
as this for the growth of gospel truth 1
All sense of right and wrong is obliterated
from the mind of the besotted husbtnd and
father, and the w Ife and children, descending
at they arc constantly doing from one depth
nf poverty and degredation to another, feci no
anxiety about anything higher than the supply
of their temporal wants, Indeed, these wives
and mothers usually repel all aitcmf is on Ihe
part of the missionary to interest them in the
way of salvation by replying, " Ah me, it
takes all my time and strength to obtain food
for my children 1 have surely care and
trouble enough now, without vexing myself as
to what will happen to me after I am dead,"
Kxperience lias shown lint very few genuine
conversions have occurred among confirmed
A late mittionury paper gives several In
stances show iug how the use of the drug tears
the cousuuuet of its vietuns. One was that
of a lilifai) nun, who, luvini(hrt-n apparently
coo. cried and cured of his evil habil, was re
ceived into the chuieli. It was afterward die-
corned that he had resumed (he use of the
pipe, aud "with the discover) there rame 10
light a l-ing tUue vf fl-h'li. fabricated
while Under the influence of (he narcotic. The)'
were useless deceptions, wholly without ex
cuse', sliqwiu,; that his menial and moral na
ture had hern a. ktuet.cd by Ihe dug at wi'.e
his physical (towers, lie was, of routr, rs
couiunicatcd (rom the rhurch, tho nativi
Chiallan.t being qqlto at deeded against
Ing opium smokers enrolled among their
number, at are the miloiuriw,
Tho vice of opium smoking it axuredly a
formidtbte liarner lo progress of any sort In
China, but especially to the success of rcli
rtious missions there. In the lancuace of one
of the missionaries in ihe field, "the evil,
humanly speaking, It quite oul of our hands
God alone can save the country from this
As to the almost Impregnable Ixirricr which
the opium traffic ami the infamous nrannet In
whlih il I111 leen conducted, lure created In
the ( hinese mind words arc Inadequate to de
scrilie its niJfP"t"''c-
It 1ms lren Willi truth remarked, thst "this
vile traffic speaks more eloquently and con
vincingly to Ihe people nf ( 'hint atwtl Chris
tianity than ihc missionary can possibly do
in its fivor." Misalontrles there arc con-
linuilly nssulhsl wilh contemptuous language
and reproaches from the heathen, whom they
address regarding the doctrines of Ihe Iliblr.
"How ran you," say the), "date lo set sour
selves up as Icichers nf viitue, when ynu ore
all the time bringing opium to our country and
isnning our people ? "
'I he Chinese, unfortunately, associate for
eigners of every nee and occupation wilh Ihc
nefarious traffic, and the epithet "foreign
devil," is applied to the missionary m well
as to merchants and traders in nearly all parts
of Ihe empire. Missionaries traveling in Ihc
interior have Indeed Ircen registered Jl the inns
where they lodged by Ihc same respectful ap
pellationtheir real names and occupation tiot
being inrpiired after.
That the Chinese have abundant cause? for
this feeling nf dislike and conirmpt no one can
deli)'. Lvcry argument which would avail in
respect to hiving intoxicating liquor forced into
the United Sales, or these islands, in defiance
of Ihc government and of those who have Ihc
welfare of the ntlion al hcatt, applies with len
fokl more force to the opium question. A
flood ol poison is devastating the towns nnd
cities of China more terribly than would n
torrent of fiery lava surging through our
streets, nnd )ct every attempt on the part of
the government to turn aside the flood or
check lis frightful progress Ins been thwarted
and foiled hv the remorseless cmissirics of
It is a matter of history that something
more than a century ago, when the Last India
Company was taking the Initiatory steps to
wards smuggling opium ioison into China the
mtivc authorities used all possible means lo
prevent the influx of the baneful commodity,
lis importation was forbidden on the severest
penalties the opium which first arrived was
scircd and burned, the vessel in which it was
brought was confiscated, and the Chinaman In
whose possession it was found was put to
death. Twenty years liter, the government,
shocked at discovering what havoc the contin
ual advent of the drug was making In the
homes of the people interdicted the trade in a
formal protest. This lieing of no avail more
stringent measures were subsequently adopted,
the government denouncing the traders, and
branding them with the shame and tremendous
responsibility of having introduced the fatal
habit of opium-smoking into Ihc country. This
allegation was not unfounded, for it is stated
on good authority that "prior to the time
when the Lnglish of India sent the fust cargo
of the poison lo China the use of the drug
was so infinitesimal as compared with its after
development tint it- may be said to have
scarcely existed "
The smuggling trade which was enriching
Lngland at the rate of ten millions of dollars
annually, while it was impoverishing and de
moralizing the Chinese lo the very utmost,
went on for sixty lotig )ears, culminating at
last in the first opium war, when, as the histo
rian his it, "notwithstanding the immense toss
nf life and treasure on the put of China, and
the payment of an indemnity of $21,000,000
to I.nghnd for the destruction of opium smug
tried into the country, the government still
stoutly refused to legalize the infamous traffic."
What an editing spectacle! A heathen na
tion tr)ing to grapple with a monstrous social
evil, which is fast eating out its strength, and
a Christian nation, at every crisis in Ihe con
test, using all vossible mcins lo intensify the
struggle and aggravate the terrible evil. And
all for greed of gainl It was not until a sec
ond opium war had desolated the, land, and
the ruthless English soldiery had pillaged the
l.niperor's palace, conquering and humbling
the Chinese on every side, that the conflict of
one hundred )ears came to an end, and the
treaty was agreed upon which admitted opium
into the empire on tariff rules. Tins treaty
was signed, however, by the Chinese govern
ment with the greatest repugnance-, and wilh a
suirlt of the most bitter hatred and defiance to
ward Ihe nation which liad forced It from them
The intervening years from that lime to the
present, almost n quarter of a century, have
availed little in allaying this feeling of hostil
ity, and it is hardly to be wondered at, that
foreigners, and foreign innovations of all kinds
are still execrated by the mass of the Chinese
nation, or that missionaries together with the
religion they bring, should lie reviled and con
temned in every -luartcr. Nothing apparently
can ever eradicate from the ("hinese mind this
persistent hatred of foreigners and foreign de
vicesnothing can, as has been said, efface
" the dark stain on Lugland's fair fame, and,
by Implication, on Christianity, which this dis
graceful traffic has caused." So Intense is this
feeling of distrust and dislike, even at the pres
ent day, that the missionaries of China have
been led to declare that, " if it were possible
for England to say that ths regretted the past,
ami would bring opium no more, Christianity
could afford to meet, with serene courage and
confident hope, cvciy oilier obstacle which
Idolatry, superstition, ignorance, and sin, com
bincd, could array against it."
I Mav In l,f4
The frequency of mt.emene uf fareftfrt shipping 1 us
eelc has lent an air of impr vcmm to I maI l-wde
whkh 11 Is hoped itnv like taneitsf shape 10 "liMa
wee," by wayssf s-aelety VJ Ivts-a of n transActi ns
of .stesmerHal hnportaiH e worth) of eeconl
"he lotk lr I met this wvefc and transacted m e
than the late rtmttm Offers tnwt maste. for van ms
stocVt ltt tleeltvm!. Mrs $tvmo J per cent bomls of
Ihe Hawaiian A;ikattuil Ofnnany whtth chanftsl
hands at $fat.
Amtvie the ilepsnnrSs for tht wests, lh Oars lffahm
toots acamo valUeM H tsr.issv Th rnna'ft was
rvbrMlMtitaSil, aifetiheW II IHmond'sat (fi.sr3.t0,
miking lire rsporra foe Ihe week fool vp a total ef
Ihe arrivals ef eml of late have fitlly reptewV-hed
10c mi agwm.
Frwmtlie cnait we are famed thN eek Iqr the
artlralnf ihe V (5 Irwin, Cithsrlew and Mariposa
with the usual variety vf cartel prorttiee, merelianiW,
He. IJatea hy the ttearmr n to Ih tsi Insunt. Our
lerrlal rssfttsspnndefit mwler aM ittre sends the
following letter rftfrittw in mavket rtmtt.
Ihe Marirnsst Iws-es m twty wHh markets alrmwt
ltwsm peerl time arrrl hsfveat, anrl any qwotarrons
mils neeesaarily I Urrttty me.hr up of guessrlntts ami
t'T'istmMrrstltwrm. lUeessIrs rtn havrnx left t in
ikmta whHhet we are to hates feast m a fammeln
cereals. You fttk one grain mm ami receive one
answer and tire nest grainsser irtlotinc directly the
opposite; 1 lit that we shall hfliv a f-ramt tefttetms
Inrvest prolally none ran gsifisay
llAV llolJsMtne Itfnre as quoted for the post few
weeks at from $10 to $139 as to qusntity, though
choke cannee aUnys be found for the seeking even at
Oats ij to )f some Hits as n feeler 1-elng made
for delivery during the year, more as nn experiment
than from any desire for tra.le (Iralns generally nr
tpuet ami w ill renulti to nr.lil a little later on, a n lew
or our constant!) renrrring showers may thanje the
comparison enlitely wdhin twenty four hour.
Rijoar Keeps on the even tenor of its lowetttte,
much to the detriment ilonlitless of ) our planters, ami
though rpiotittatift are cher, they trny sing amall ttefore
night. In Ihe event of continued shipments from New
York hy sea. As many of our canneries hive maile
contracts for nipples through this Inter source, Ihe
great ilernaml from this quarter miy le somew hat ilis
cminted hy Ihe several thousand IrtrreN nuw afloat.
Hie pipers note itn Increased consumption, hut ns the
johhrrsnre all full loieptetion of high riced ttucka
glid lo realie but fearful of hreiking Ihe price, the
nullook is n enroHncinc for producers. Itag sugar
is quoted M 5J4 -no Uirrets on hand other prrres ns
for the past 30 diys. Mmy lielieve Iwltom has Wen
reachcil, ami while higher figures nre looked fur the
prices which liave previously obtained will not he
Kick Stilt holds its own nt 5J4, but dealers are lur
ing ami selling on same terms to fill orilcr, rather then
to buy on what the) deem a weak mirket,- with new
crop close nt hand; 5K cents 00 days seems about the
CANNpnOoons Are plentiful at purchasers' prkes
nothing really firn, all fearful uf large erojif this
)e.ir 1 he only article holding ita own being tomatoes
which are expected to grow stronger.
Potatoks -Held 1 'a cud tjf C. new nt same figures
but not riw enough to diip.
lluTTFK Plough nominally 77 to 9J for fancy
brand, is weak, and a really goud shipping article can
be found In quamties to suit at the lower quotation.
IU.es Are plentiful nt ?o to aa cents. Hasten! ship
ments keeping prices at starvation rate.
The general outlook for high prices Is not encourag
ing and, as claimed by many all goods in hand show
larger losses to holders at present rates. Cash lieing
the largest pole gets the persimmons now, as to realie
seems the great aim.
I or Kih.ilui i-r Kilonea Hou. May V I! Ilvlley.
V t.l, I Miss f Monre, N I Witlfmg Mrs
. do 11 and i thti.licn, Attarne. A iKourtney
r Mai 1 and M ! t ai, p' I 'hna, M sy 5 At nna.
fur Kim, per Iwjlam, May 6 V R Austin, t
t onr. It, I M Young air Peter
F llinssina, rr I K UMiop, Mayo J W Mc
Ctiti an I i it II vines, M A ; mhh, Coon.ll, II
f ll.i-l t. It Vtaso.
I or Mini air! Hawaii, per Ki ian. Ma) 6 II R H
I'nrrrewi PiCOTLiiklani, t l'arki and rarmli, II U Mac
fatlane, II (.nniwell, w Uniting, M Preston, P N
Arnttn. K Kycmfl.
I or Hawaii oM Maui, nee Minter,
t thron are! wife, Ma.
Merchant Vessels Now In Port.
Sir Win iavi Wallace, Hrown
Ki-sinorp. lei.l s, . .. ... .......
1). C. Mm rav, Kerry
MALAV, Carter ..............
KlTSAl', Hohinson ,. ..........
John Smith. Kustel. . . ....
MAttimsA, Oohling. ..... ......
AudikCakVI K. Pendlerou. , . ......
.. .Am Ilk
. llrit IU.
. .Am lllc
.. Am lik
.Am t etii-i
, ...Am s a
. .Am bk
Btsh of llnvoltim, enpt I II II ihron ami wire, its.
ter I W Ho r m. vfrs tiive ami j chlhlren, Mrs J hru,
JUS MaMui. 1 K.F.wler, Mm lilne, Mrs kut
Mr rishePs millinery reduction sale hssbeen
maile In order to rciluce giHxls on Imxl he
fore taking his periotlical account of slock!
Ureal Irargitns I
The Salunla) Press is recognlresl at Ihe re
liable ami mittrpnkrn Journal of Ihe islands,
and ns urh it present ipiestlonable claims on
the rFrtdii-; and .tdverlising public
1M Messrs ( jHttle ft Cooke
I'e sure that Sim rail ami took
At our ba-alnN m nriiirtg
Wtrkh fwhit- von are rreirlrhr
Csnte ' srpni. es irrep in lltnmgh the holes in the old)
w a are selling rne rrreaiei ere soru,
Ami take Mh-er as if it were gold
1,1st ntitunin no fewer thm twcnly-nne re
fineries of IitI root sugar were slatted in
'Ihuiingh, di nu in);. at Hie present lime, Ihir
ly-lwo others are in course of erection, llul
ii. llrewer & Co., not lo be deterred by a In
lie circumstance like Ihal, have just Imported
soine'Mrniimj) ratlroml Iron, 2 pinch gauge,
which Is just what Irani builders "must have.
Sweets to tire sweet t
lust st rhe corner of King,
VVInr-- W.itftv: lldw-irdshohl the fott-
Is wh re gol livers find good sjnt
And lliatis what I sing
llnnriirs of eery kin J
And 114s and cmdtes )ou may find.
Chorus of vsclltd boys " Then the lightning
struck )ou?" .Skipper (indifferently) "Oh,
yes; I was Idiilng agin the m.iinmisl when it
stiuckil." INciUil lioys "Did'nt llkill)otir"
Skipper (more indifleretill)) "Wnl, no; ll
all ranilownni) luck." !'sciteilho)s "And
what did )oii do then?" Skipper (most indif
ferently) "Iliad to I1111I oil my Ixiots and
Kiur the lightning out on the deck. " Lift.
If )ott should ask nny one of the many joung
mothers of )our acquaintance who have rec
ently liccn visiting the clegint establishment
of lletisnn, Sinilli.V Co. what they wcnl there
lo purchase, she prohibit, would li-tve blushed
and turned away. There would have been no
reason to blush. Silie w cut there for one of the
wisest of reasons to buy a "Common Sense
Serious forest fires arc rcjiorlcd in North and
South Carolina. Turpentine orchards nfthoii
sinds of trees, houses barns, mills and fencing
hive been swept away. And thills probably
the reison that il. O. Hall . Son, Limited,
have decided lo relieve Ihc public anxicl) by
annouiiciti" thai tint Ihcv Inv e in stock lubrica
ting oils of kinds; ami that they are special
agents tor me tjsl.y cclcliralcU "rice bird pow
Meters. I,) can & Co. hive very recently fit
ted up ami opened nn atl room in the rear of
the store. J.ipuicsc wall-paper is used and
that alone is wnilhii visit, to cive new ideas in
decorative tut. lint (lie principal .attraction at
present is a "wonderful lamp" not Alladin's,
out one more ornamental and almost as useful.
Its chief feature is Ihc clobc which is "the
globe" in miniature, forming the prettiest
illuminated map one ever saw. Lvciy body
ought lo sec it.
PACIFIC NAVIGATION CO.
f'nntthnf Mild ColHMlfssfon .fretlft.
Crr QlKK.V cV NVVAXV Sirtttt, ttfuM.
Ueguhr vessels for the parrs of
Malilroand liana on Maui,
t4utwWhoe, llonomu, Paukaa and Ibloon
kotos, Haoapei and U'almea on Kauai, anj
Watttoa cm Oahu,
And any other ports when Inducements offer
Persons having freights lor any pait of the Islands lo
lie forwarded from an I rineweei by wiy uf Honolulu,
or direct shipments from Honolulu will do well to
enquire first of the Pacific Navigation Co. bef.
making final arrangements.
ttoe!s intended for shipment hy any of onr vessels
reeelsssl ami stornl free sf charge In our fire proof
lsiilHtngat any lime Apply to the carams on laard.
otto A K. I'tlOKK,
193-vm Manager Pacific Navigation Co.
pvCBANIC STBAMSHIP COMPANY.
The .Mftgn.ficfnt.Ntw, nJ Mf(;n( stlimMpt
MJHtrOSJ tn(t AhAMUIKt
Will Imv Honolulu mt Sn Franc Uco
lit nml KiOi nf Etoh Month.
Ps.Mfi.fEm hy 0.U Itn atr hrthy notin'Sl ,ht IWy
will 1 ftllowcsl tjolM, tf Ktfsfe Trr ly Ilia sf)ttr
.And Rati way, when tratfllmK ' j.m,
KXUMinH TICKKTfOR HoVHIl tttr, $11$.
f;ooA to rrtitrti hy nf of ihc Company! S4f Aintrt iih
Pawnn:sfi may hire lhir n.mM 1nolr n ajrancc
hy arly.ng At lli ortw of tit )(,
Mrrthamli Intfiklesl for ulitpmrnl hy iht nf, wtlt
l rrritFf frrtf Morace In Hit rointdiir' ns-w wais
h.wtt irxl trvl iwt fnr ain- ItvMirancs 611
iswtkamli. whifskl in Ihc watelffitior. stt11sai mttk
win 1 am n
ICE OF J. K. WISEMAN,
FIKH-PKOOF MUCK ItUII.DINO,
s. VV Mrtrittul Utrett. Honolulu, It, .
TI10 mil j rncoKtilffti. Gonornl lltilnoan
Acnut lit tlio KltiKtlniu.
Real II it ate HrnWer, 1-tfc lnturAnCf Agrnt,
Ciittom Home Uroker. nmploymrnt ArpiiI,
Money tUnlcer. Fire liuiiraticff AKnt,
Ami General ntislnest ARf nt,
ItRAt l.sirATR DKranTMRNT Ituy nnd Mil Real
F.Maie In Allp-Hls, of the KtiiRiloni: VnUt Rpaj I.ttate
Ami proiK-ny of II kinds; Kent and li Ht)Uw, Cot
lace. Roonisi nnd Lind; Attnil in Inunncf. lain.
Itfuhing and ColttMitnj of Rrntats); Draw Legal
Paprr of evrry naturr. fecnrtli lale Records), tic, etc
pMrtnvMKNT DirAttTMrKT Find rmploymen! lit
all hrantliM of Industry connect nl with lh ItUndi,
Opnerai HfsiNUK Mattpr Keep mVt and
Accmintst; Oillct UilU; IrOinand IiiTet Money; Pen
rnnlili( I nsnnln and all kinds of Cn))iniC ilone;
IV0s.11 1 e I ire and I .tie liiMtrance; AdveilUementi and
Corrcfondence altendetl lo.
C'LsrnM IlnU4K IIhokkh A' tend 10 nil l.ntrie
lltrottli OHtr of attorney and otherwise. Merchanis,
wUirindtliUdctiarimcntaFirect.it lurntfa to them ail
.tttenl to the delivery tifinvuiceJcoiTi letc.
Sot tciTlNrt Agfnt for the Mutual Ijfe Irnmance
Comany of New York, the hrscM. crandetl and
)wundet Insurance Company In the world.
Totirhtsand TraeleM, nnd thoe neeVinj perinn
nent hornet 011 the Iklnnds. will find it to I heir ad van
tage lo consult n 0 personally or hy letter when Ktiltahle
accominJal!oiist are required, and thev ill find It to
tiieir Interent to call on ni for general Information per
lainlnj to the Uhndt.
Correondencs) nolicited from ahmad ami ordert
accepted and filll for Hawaiian Curio, Fern, Coral,
ShelU, la &iecin,ens, Photosi, Vieni, etc, tic. npper
tuning to the Uland
Order of every nature attended to, coming from the
IRWIN A To.
STKAM NAVIGATION COMPANY
UNK OF fUUAMFRS.
W.ll run regidaily for KOJsf A aM KAU,
Leaves Honolulu nt 4 P,,M.i
Ftiday . Atrd 4 I nesday May f
1 itetuhy , I J I rldav. . . jun 6
Ithby ... . ' tj luediy M 1;
titeftday. tMay 6 rrlda). . . " 1;
Heturnlnn, Toiichlnr at Maalea
Fridav April ti I uehlay June
I its-(jy. . " rt I tiday 1 j
Friday May FutssUy . ... . ' (
lusMtUy. ... tj I-iiday July 4
Irlday. , . " 93 -
Cameron, comnnndrr, leaves Honolulu every Tues
day al pin for Nawilmli, Koloa, I.leeleaud Wuh
men, kaual ( Rrturninii leave Nawitiwtli every
Thr fftnnrs Mahrr,
Freeman, commandrrj leive Hmioluhi every 'Ihursy
day, at iji.m fur Kapai and KiUtiea. Kriitifn
hift le-sve Knuai eery luesUay at 4 p.m.( and touch
in At Watauae loth wavi,
Thr V. 11. Jthhnjt,
Duls, rommitider, leaves I lonnlnln every Tuetay
at 4 r.sr. fr Kutlllhale. lloiioVas.ail.l Claiihan. He-
ttlrnlnie arrives al Honolulu every humlay mornine.
iTOKFICi: of the Company,
Slreer, near the P, M. S. K'Wiurf,
Vessels Expected front Foreign Porta.
IIrpmr., (er. Ih. Spies... llcltman
Due now UacLfeld & Co., agent.
LisPKifMii, llrit. tl.. Clan Chant ..Wilson
Due June 5-10.
Niw Vokk, Am. IV. Aiiiiip Carskr. ...I'endeltsn
ln" now Castle & Couk, nRenrs.
TIoston, Am hlc AmvTpknpr . . . . Neucll
Dun June ts C llrewer & Co., njent.
MlCRoNpjttA, Am. limine. Mornii r. Star., (lailand
Due now. U. O. HatUl: Son, Agents.
I.IVPRPiiot, Itrit a, s. ClTVnP Paris. IrfKheld
'lo sail March 9sih(";. W. MacfailaiiervCo, asenli.
NrwCasTtL, NSW, Nielli, Kiumijio -.
l.oui!in! Alch 98. Aeenls .
NkwCai(f, N S W, Am hk Wiilarii MunGRTr,
Srajles. Ixuilrnic Mch 381I1. Wilder il. Co, Acnils.
San IkANeiseo, AmssCiTvnpivnNR... Dcirkrn
DiteiMa) 17. II HackfeM & Co, aintj.
SyunkV, lint as AlsrRAIlA . ...Ohest
DueMavif. II llaclfeM &Co. a ents.
Jaiuit, Haw sehr KsLONS Iiwcll
litienow. a I e-ooee, ager.i
I.ivkKrooi., ltnt lk Varuna . . .Ingram
l.oat!inr Marcli 10.
Dppskturr ItAV, Am hL C O WnlTSloiiK ..Calhoun
Due Mav inrs. Allen & Ilobinsoo. Acquis.
csn PKANeiseo, Am heme Ciinsurui , .Cottsins
Due M.iy ao-as. v t, Itwm o, Co, ARents.
San 1 HAseisco, Am tltne Disccivlrv . -
Due M iv at-10. llarkfehl .' Co. Accnts.
San I rancisco, Ainu a Al ampua. , Morse
Due Mav aa. w t, Irwin A Co. Asents.
San Ir.incisro. Am. Mine. 1 lla, C'lutonl, due May
75.30. e.. llrewer e-o,, cnis.
IIIPAHrURK llAV, HI -ILAH
Via .Mahu'sonl. now Jue. Wilder & Co, Atrents.
Port '1osnsinp, Am tern llxcklsiop Pells
line Miy?3-jo. Wiljer A. Co, Agents.
Port Luumiw, Am hk Atsi-anta Halt
Due Mjy 33-30. Ilaclfel I L Va, Agenlv
Port I.uiiluw, Am hk 1 MuRAr n flatter
Due June l-s HackfeM ft Co, AEcnts.
llapirbN, Haw Ik C K llisiioi Wallers
Due Augu&t 10-15. llackfehl & Co, Aeents.
The wnilmlgned hive this tlay formej n parlnersliip
In Impahoehoe, llawiil,fur the puriiose of carrying
on a (leneral Merchmilise Store unJcr the name of
J. II. riiAsr.RR.co.
J. U. I KAhl.K,
193-im KV. IIAKNAKI).
Mr, C. K, Wolf has on exhibition at Ins
,u,c auu,u .; i"i- b"1!'1-' eiuaieia liuin Ills
Mr. Clurle-s Ilassclman lias just comptetcil,
anl has on exhibition at his ttiulio on King
street, a scry handsome anil lifelike oil paint
ing of MUs Jeanne Mtchiels. Mr. lUsselnun
lias also alout corajileleil, from a photograph
by Mr. Williams, a portrait of the new Gov.
etiieis of Ilsv.aU, sister of Queen Kapiolanl.
Since the roysl patronage of thit institution,
the-merrytg(.romi pn Queen street lias en
joyed a Loom, res there were present sbout 500
lads, Ussies and children of an older growth
on Saturday evening last.
On Thursday ertning of last, week one of
our speculators paid 6 per cent, prtmium at
Ihe banl for $500 in American silver and sold
it for 8 per cent, to paities who returned by Ihe
Alttneda to San Francisco. He wai offered
10 per cent, (or koIJ.
A countryman with hit newly nurriol bride
entered on hotel to dine. When (he waiter
pretrnteil the bill of far , the young man In
pitteil, "What's, tliti" "Hill t fate.sir," re-
nlieil I lie waiter. The coutitriuun look n in
his luiidi, UmVciI iiuiuliiiigly at hit wife amU
tlirii at the waiter,' and finally tliiu.t hi hand
into his pocket and aAcI, " How much is il?"
A iuocl doctor a.luiliM-s IjtaNV Vork
paper that iiiis atilutol with iL'afiKii may
lis-arof him at a house jit 1'ouitlisWrvi, and
lluil bl!ii ?-ii uwy tae Wn) &t n tr,ui
pi.le-c, itatly, fim ims (aVhieW,
A p)iNiiKulcu)ie-mu)ryhasthefollii)iiiig 1
" A deal l(uq itarncd t'aff vias. runduvinb) a
Meni;c Main, ami killed on Vcdu.ilay
ruofninj. ie w&i
almiit &r mt.it "
"' - 1 -Vf
I walani, stm, Cameron, from Kauai Mav
Netlie Merrill, scti, liom LAtinna......
Pohoiki, sht from Pun.... ....
Manuokawm, sch, from Kind
C R Itishop. stm, Davis, trom Hannlul
Walnulu. sch, KilJIna, from Koloa
Mana, hdi, Irom lltlo ;
Mile Morns, sell, from Kaunakakai
V, allele, ech, from Mahlo ...
Malolo, sell, from H1I0, . ....
Mala, Am hltne, Caiter, from Newcastle, N
HalealaU, ch. Crane, frutu 1'ciieelco
W t', itwm. Am liberie, 'turner, la ua)S Irom
Caiharlen, Am hi, HubliariJ, aotlays from San
Kitsap, Am Iklne, Kobiiuon, at ilaa from Port
lleMicr, Am hk, Kder, 51 Us from New.
casrle. NSV .... ....
Jas Makee, stm, Freeman, from Kapaa, Kl.
Lula, kch, from Kolula .,, ,. .,
Krkau'uohl. kch. fnwr, llanakt...
John .Smith, Am hktne, Kuslel, from Newcastle
Marijioia, Am s a, (!o!!!n, from ban francisco.
Kmina. ach. from Otowalu.
Caterlna, heh, hum llanalcl ....,...,,,..,,,,,
Mokohl.ktm. Mctlrecar. from KooUu
Jennie Waller hr, from llil').,,, ,,,,.,
AbbuCarstr, ,m hk, Pciidleton, ijQtlass from
New Vw I ,
An old friend favors this office with news
from the City of Mexico dated the 14th ultimo.
At tint time the military sere under amis, the
stores closed and a revolution feared in con
sequence of Ihe new "stamp act." A conlracl
nail jtil lieeti Lonciiiiie.it liyinc minister 01 state
uith Messrs Larra(;n, Vogcl .V Malo, to o
tiblisli and run a monthly steamship line be
tween some Mexican port (probably Guaymas)
and Japan and China they are to icccue
$19,603 for each round trip.
A St. Iiuis fithcr listened for two hours
while his daughter and her "regular company
occupied nut cnrni-r ol the sofa, nnd litis was
the sole cove'rsition : He.- "If losic di
what ml dovie tin 1" She "Ooic die, loo,"
Now if "iltism" lived in Honolulu, and "lo-
vie really cared lor "dosie, he would Ime
bntiglit her sonic of those Icrra cotla pols ob
tainable at l,'weri& Cooke. "Dovie' would
base made them "de-ho ra live" and lh- tsvain
would hue talked aliout ait so intelligeuily
that "papa" would have gicn them his bless
ing. A Spring poet in Maine, pathetically says t
"I miss )0u, my dirling, my ilarlingi" "I
want sou, my darling, my darlingi" "I
call you, my darling, my darling:" I
nfed .ou, my darling, my dirling."
lie esidcntl) docs miss her quite considera
bly : lull wnetlier he wants licr to sew on a
suspender button nr to pull off his boots, he-
tails lo state. Anil tint reminds one that h.
Colin sV Co. hive now on hand some of the most
elegantly seriice and stmceibly elegant gen
tlemen's shoes and boots in Honolulu. Their
children's clothing, also, isa specially which is
gaining them a luge trade.
The people on I'unch Howl street clear down
to School Street Ime been without water
nearly two weeks, except as they carry it from
Ihe creek or their neighbours lower. Down the
nriilge and main water nine across, the rsnannu
slrciin alHise- the second bridge being washed
away miring itie recenl Hoods, hupcrlntentl-
cnl Wilson of the water works, Ins the new
bridge welt under way ami Ihe men are lnrd
at work cicry iliy, Sundays not excepted.
The piets arc being built higher and slrongrr
linn ociorc, ami a large iron Irame-wortc on
which Ihe nniii water pipe is to rcsl is lieing
built nt Wilson's blacksmith-shop on the IU
planide. It Is lo be honed lint the water will
soon be supplied again tvs the l'auot stream is
gelling very (tilth)- lor drinking purposes.
BUTTERICK'S CUT PAPER
A new supply of latest styles just received lo be re
plcuUheJ each monlh anil for sale nt their marked
priceal TIIOS. G.'l IIKUM'S
93-im Fort Sr. Btorp.
Dora Tllulun, Am tern, l!!ubpi.Cisf:.i.J'rxn.
Kilaurit llou, sun. Sears, for fUhului,
Mukoht, tm, Mctiieor, for KoyUti .......
Uhua, sun, lirenjen, fur Mololal and liana. .
Kauilcaouh, sch, f Jt Kohall. ,.,., ...
C K lll.hop, sun, tlavl., for llanukua ,
r-lanter, stm, liaies.ior muuu, r.orutuuif rvwu
Klnau, Win, Kin J, for I lllo and way ports
Ulstike, elm, WioWth, for llanukua.
Iwaunl, stm, Cameron, Tor Kauai ,.. .
.....I. .1, ..1. r. 1 k.t.
iciii ..(siiiii, H-"t ," .iiii.. . . ... .....
Wallets, sch. for Mahlo.
sou isoy. sen, tor rvoviau ,
slana. sill, for llito. ....
Waimalu.rM.le klbhng. for Koloa.,,.
r.ursko. Am lAtne, ut, lor aaa r raiKitco. . . ,
HalcaksLs, ach, Crane, for Pe(ieckco...,
Malolo, ach, for laupihoehoe, ,,,.,....
Mary F. Foster, Kh, for llanar.uulu ,
W pimond, Am Htne, )oudctl, for ban
rrarwiaco,..,,,.." ,,,,, ,
Llbollho, sch, for WalariM,,,,.,,,,,, ,..,
AIIIU.NS-IIAP.U.-At the residence of Mr. I. I
Iticl.ardwn, Walaiue, May 3, SS4, hy Kev. A. It.
IVrbes, Mr, Aufusl Ahrens to Mis Iiulsa Haial.
Vri.UCKK -On Iht jvh of Marcli. at Cries, Tjrel,
Anna hluabeih lllujer, 47 ears of age, widow of
Ihe kite J, C, Ptlugcr.
f'.UI.I.IXON-ln this city, on the ,ih In.t.OlnerJ.
Outljssotl, arullrcofSan rruridsco, aj(cd 33 Scars,
X4T San fVancisco papers lease Cofiy,
KUAHA In this city, pn the ijlh Intl., Kev. Mat.
, clu bucrtbementij.
TLLUbTRATUD LETTER SHEETS.
fine lot of
iLi.usiKATr.il m:i-if.k pait.k,
ill single sheets
with views of Island Srenerv and Piouiliienl Covnrn
nient Huildings. r.iehl kinds put up 11 mures assorted
at 50 cs. per quire.
For Sale at
TIIOS. (1 1 HKUM'S
T300KS PERTAINING TO HAWAII
Jarves' History of die Hawaiian Islands.
Whitney's (luide Hook.
Miss lluds Ms Months in the SandwUh l.lands.
MUs Coidou CuiiimmE's I ire I ouiitams.
nirs. luuja Honolulu.
Hawaiian Almanac and Annual
Together with a larrje stock of valusble and entertain
ing hooks, list ofwhich Is pulliUied In the supplement
of this paper.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
DOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Tlie Splendid Steamship
01 IIiST ..,.,, ....... ..CommaiTtr
will lea,e Honolulu fur San Frandwo
On or about May 11th
fOR SYDNEY VU AUCKLAND.
The S1eni!Ul Stfannhip
CITY OF fiYlhVISY
On or rebout
Hie aeius here are now prepared to i.sne tl.lels to
Smii I ralirlMMand Irtitrn for $I3(, the round trip.
Hoods for sl.lptnent ier steamer can now 1 stored,
free of cliarge, in Ihe fire proof warehouse near iht
For freight or passage, apply lo
' II. IIACKFKI.I) A Co., Agents-
IOR SAN FRANCISCO,
r. llllKUKIt .t CO.IIIM.Vr, Ayrntt.
Merchandise received Slorase Free, and hUral raih
advances made on shipments hy this hue.
For aale at
. Til HUM'S
fait SI. titorr,
From San Francisco per D C Murray. May 1 Mrs.
Ur.'lucker and chili, C. F. Smith, K- llumphreys.
From Kshulal, per Ktksnea llou, May j H Hums,
OCWllliams.il C.nwll, A O.lleahera, Mrs J W
Kslvu, K 11 iuv4ln Is l; SYiliuii. 1- n niaeie, n
Panics, A U Coursaay,
Fiom ItanuVua, reeC R Bishop, My s-W Con
raur, n At spniuu, at 1 ttouurs,
Iim 1,11ils. tier Nettie Merrill. Mar e.-K M
Uaru,Capt K I, KoUiisnd Mr Motray.
L. L I..I..., St, . S !...-, If I.
ims rvi.ui. in ,.i4, s - .
h,alsifen, l Al, I. l.tauar.na.
Krm Nswea le, fj S W per Maby, May j-llenry
Irom Sae, Francwco )r Cailuneo, Ma) s. J
JiH.Cai. W ti. l.-njcuul,
from tsan 1'iaiKivw it W f, train. Ma) 7 Mis
Ik rau.un. Lot. aw Nen. II Keimj, A Mutsou.
30 Dws. 30nAvs.
CKA.VI) CLEAKANCi: SALli
IlltnKf. STOCK TAKING AT
CJAS, J. FISIQL'S
I.UAOmG MILLINERY HOUSE,
COR. FOkT AND HOTEL ST3,,
CemmtnHg MaUjy, Afj iili, and tailing
TMrljr IXiyi t
era-nqais r,iitsiK4. per Msripia, May lir
MoliSui'ili. l' (k. I ( l, uV snJ nrm, HusT
Ujw, s tl ,Ncalul4Hl .t',J ,', IJ-.H ,ah, l"
fijaik; s;v .U'H. M.ts , Vj.S, Ms- S Yiu
itatfEl 'ovJ, Mrs I It MtM,xI ul d.UJhtee, lltss
ll.vJfcKmwi He4l Mi!Ki..kr. (-. I'tt. I W-W.
n II H.U ti V t.ru.U. l
..". KnW ..
AINC & CO
HAVK A IAHCS STOCK Or TIIK
VERY BEST HAY, DRAIN, ETC.,
which Is olTrted at the
LOWEST MARKET RATES,
and delivered fret lo any part of the city.
Agents for the
Varlflc .Uiffimf l.lfe lumruttre Va.
Agents for the HOOVF.R 1 FI.F.PIIONK.
Commissioner of Jleeds for the btalt of Cahfurnia.
I -L .,
IKI.F.PHONF. NO n""'
T'HE MONTAGUE RANGE
for sirrri.NO in urick.
No. j Nuuahv SrstKT.,
. . .ItOKOUlU
Sole agents fur lliess Idan-ls. The test cooling ap
atalasior ll I'lamation, iimetpv rkmoy,
RAN0E3 k FIXTURES suek as
Hoi rTafer ,
Urmt4 Brt, MU.,
Always ia slock.
Eaplicit dutctiona ror stetuef vp sennssspany avnj
Circular! ami Prim on affluation. If f
TkTEW YORK and HONOLULU
Missus, W. II. CKOSSMAN IlKD. wllldbivitcr.
'.'"'slatsveesel lo this port the latter patt of May.
Parlies wishing to tl.in l.v ,1.1. !,,, u..h ..,..! r. ......
their orders earl), so Hut there mav U 110 delay ae
lime of sailing. '
BREWER & COS BOSTON
Shippers will Jeau lale notice that the fins Uil.
ill be placed on the lierth at Itmlon to leave there
June 1st nest for this poll. Orders fur goods should l
sent as eaily as the null of A pill icil, 10 insure ship
ment, ror further lliformaliojl aplfv to
C IIKV.U'hK 1 CO
pOR SAN FRANCISCO.
1 Tli A I harlenline
wm. a. iuii'ix,
Will have quick dispatch for the above iui. For
fieighl or passage apply to
WM. (J. IRWIN ti CO, Agents.
jQISSOWJTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
llcorjce W C Jones hikI ,hw C
titrctofor cilsvtinc Uwi Mturi
Kau, lUwait, rraw-U un,, tU UvatU of Mr l'r)iL
aMicaiion u the UHjertignftl at Kaliuku. Kau, Ha
. W. C. jQNLh.
A CARDJ V
MuHuuviVt KtUuary fjth. 1II4.
Mcmtii. II. IlACKfuLu Co., Atii TunuiUMtc
Klr Ituurance Conianyi Honolulu I
)ttr Sinl ttcrclty trc otmlrr iuyiiRrr llutiV
fur ib ImmcdUi ItsUral uiiUnwni 1 K knt I u
taiisrU through tt livUiuUkMi y fir ut my lac (f
UtMns) lit Koliala Juiing ttta uxg f tit lyl iiiints
I cuntltier U my duty to rtconmMrul tht lnturjt
(.Vi-ny for wHkU )un rt iri AKtnis, to all nia
uuruuibi irfMsKiiiu lueir trofwny uv iiuur.K.
I mt Uur bef(, KsH-ilkvJ
rfl. KstsaaSafUfuJI Yrt,
EAL ESTATE AT AUCTION.
Slew t liu-11.
at an4 tf.
S Vlgh, 0 llawwra-tJ Jt uceragv.
t;Vr.RV AM1ICI.K MsKKKH UOWN
tIKrUl UMlOVINl IN MII.1.INHKV
IMlH.NSi: UR;I!."1N I.J111U0IDKK
I.AIHF.V U.NItrKWKAII IT , Ka
(1REVT RUDUCTIONTN I'HENCII KID
HIIOO. We AkLOvtmnVkt ui. .uofil
firtl r.ti nf I,nlM4. ft, o rvl IdViulltm
KIOUiAeVE't. altrjUtlr l)itvsls )" eli..o
o.runl.-Sl.(oa tiAii-ifevety Usl lrar4 of
A vl.it l tits store, nml rsaminillon if mt
Id LU nSl4 MitTC M"cl' Wl" 11'" ,a,1"! " '""cr Uliri iA ,h? I,ict
)lrsj J I altera, Mv l8"! "' go"U ecificil llun an snumera-
nun tii iiiiee-4 lit 11111 iaec.
CIIAH. J. Fl.SUEI.
OTICE OP REMOVAL.
t.J "van arVkalslsk tatr lkA KlsallA. IIAsT 1. II
lc wt (ojurcU In a tUuuUr iy iVtr-v, aad 4thJsiis,tt. Oj, A. Ui t.
Vhl-uxt anJ fttoit,
Cor, tsrt A Hotel, ami Cor. .Vuu,aiut Mciluif4a-,
Cor, Hiah s! )ati.b4,( WAII.UKC, MAl'
Ihs itlinees of rhs esislerj Davit Crowniaghiig,
k.. .!... u,sll )! k v.ttlaa assaa-asAn at tkat flMj
S7sinal Va WIS SI m jes'i - sstss -
f i trsne of AUtJjni lms. noIulu. atiiltf ipthstUv
i Il ar IVlunelittat lao'rlosvk ivjni.. all lb iicM (mj
pi Uicitit of lU mi4 tuusvruini In fu( i t it iulf
tui it. tiui ana U rl'WAtU, KnU4. lUui,
UUsiUtsi tlurm ia KLY4. I'-irni rtu, ttfc 414 tu
tZ isju .. AImi, t- it iistrrcl fn l' lyi iU-l w
I'luwralu, KoJtu, Mestu, Uti(( tvj Oitt. m KvmI
'MtiA i5g. ica ij kft,
unUr ti4lk-UH'MUUlei1J li
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tlkcbs) 111 lf 1a4 Isrf ir trf.Ui y-iU sW ift.
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ll.uai.srt( efs-si UTAlls.sIJf f )ss,st in sfJtlHI
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THUS. II, THUI'il,
PltUrOFRAMIb. t'.sl., TiM-UMsm, li
at ItlOiC ,MssUl,rti "reel.
IIIFIK I'l.NCF. OF riUINf.sa
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Nell dt ij W, U, Irwin It Vv.,
IJINK WKltiSaNf. 0FICi:SI.IIONI!MV
A thtssS a,rvoe ai HrO. Vi. iilKUMB
'1 kanlln Ihe -ul4i La iU! Maral (uiuxufe daiiug
the i scvstiiteai )ars.ihey sollduiUtr U4 l
Uw its Mine M lltsii user ssves. lls"V(
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