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Publication office li At a Merchant ilnn 8.
t.ji,l room at toft 1'otl lrtt.
'nturrllisrl and Ailvfrtlser still please riiMr,
TII03, O. THKUM, Pnbttah'r nd t'ropritlnt.
Alt matter for the Satnrrfay I'r (limilil be
.Mi-psft to the " SATURDAY PRR88."
Notice o( any event of InterMt trniMTlrltitf on . 1
tlie other Islands will always be thankfully recti red
fur imhilcMlotr. Colrnpoi tnt are retiutttterl fa
append thir trne nsmes in all ctsmmnnkatliwt,
ii. ji for publication nrceuailly, but M a guarantee
that (he writer It acting In Rood faith.
MAV , iris.
I'.rv. V. T. l'lirhi.tn, rfWnlly arrival liy
tin; Alameda, will preach lo-inflrrsw morning
at the llclliel.
Ihe AlAniBla liimtght itew llft Mr. C.
I' llishnri, win-that twen ilang errrasl) flip is
Mi llteete nr! Ml Mcls returned y Ihe
Al.imciln, Itnlh In Improved Iks till. It")!!!
I.nllrs riftrfustl ibetr frtetMli at the Nmrami-
Mrcel Kiiidfrcarltn lat iriglil.
The llrmriliilansariil Oceania will phy for
pr.ic.tire Ihh I'. M, A Mr. IMIh playfully miR
,; .Is, that Ihe litter may I In trim in enmiiii
ler ihe Married Men on ihe ,lt.
I'rlridem Llkr-IIU' rctnrnel hy tin.' Alameda
In cikhI lieiillli. While in Hun I'raticiWd the
wii llic recipient of inueh ueiikl hospitality,
paillctdarly Irum IlifiSe who lud lieen enter
laino! hy Mr. and Mr. Clfgliorn while In
The new ilircctnrles have leen leceivol,
and present a very handnnine apraiice.
The Hawaiian I line lory it ,1 ennvlcnlly linl
-.,lnme of Jt$ MKi ; the Pacific Coast Direc
tory, a more hulky one of i,t.in '.met. Notice
Hcv. Mr, Ogi'cl, pastor of the Westminster
Church, Chlcauo, accept the call lo I lie llelhcl
Union Church of this city, and hopes lo leave
Kan I'rjnctscn, with lit wife, for tin jnirt hy
the strainer of July lt or 151I1,
Col. Curtl laukeaand Mr. II. 1". Poor, re
turned last Tliurvl.iy. Iloth were looking
well. They were welcomed at the wharf hy
nuincrou friend ; and In the evening Colonel
laukca was visilcil l.y a large numlrer of no
qinintancM, Inclu.liii King Kalak.iua and
Minister (ill son.
Kcv. Ilcrlicrt Maccy, of San Francisco, will
' preach Sunday morning al Tort-Street Church.
In the evening Hoy, J, A. Crimn will preach
a memorial ermon. Geo. V, De Ding
l'ost, C5. A. It., will attend In a lwdy. The
church will ho appropriately and elab
orately decorated. A general invitation is extended.
Nij iivonia aj'Ssni. wM'l I ....MUrieia. jar. mm
Ihti' tlnnohitit l.rtt'i t.
So imn) inl!ini sniir.ri. "Ihe gnr,,!
thing" of rum-til small talk- are hut lo the
vttwM for rack of an pprr-elillre rrfiftr thr
lack of "eliM " wine 1 tMttRh in " tak no''
at n rtght Urn. P.ven the My.fkf.nf MMm
dc 5ltet Ihe while, woman of lh witlirft
M of I'rettch history - would have dleil
away In tier rmw eelehrateil mlon, Hiwchneil,
rMvefnf llie appredntlve repetition of lh co
terie Brriiiimling Iwr, to whom her Hfmctt
word wa freighted with meanlnR. Ieryime
who will take the Iroul.leto read tilt it dotittt
len famittat with one of Ihe Madame mmt
litilnj rcperleea lir remark to the lilimderlng
old heMii Mholook her Inlodiuner, lttlni,(li)wn
with Madame al hi tight ami a celebrated
Uanty at lit left, lie wotitd lie gallant, ir
l lipid , unlirmidi "llrrc I ll, lllckitut of
morlala, between Ireanly and wit." Of which
yon bare neither, " aaKl Madame de Htael
inv Ilial wr of ertwe vaatty clever - a
qnirb a a IMi and a uralKhl lo the )lnt -tail
I can match it with vmictliine, I heard ihe
other day froln the IIh of one of Hawaii'
firctllel women. She na receiving 11 lady
vKllnr. I ler liamlwime hmbaml wa prevent,
deep In the Intricacies of the sugar ipiettioii.
An her friend roe lo so, the hflstv drotiped
Ihe flower he lield. nicy rolleil to her l.
I f- lin -h -.m- - rih' Myr'l' ( ln'iiV.y 'ti
f.ilnrdajr awl pent a t'ha'ent hour In tin ir
Imal Ihiosc. The ly now li.ive five boats,
one of wltfcli K a new four oar taiat jt Imttt
for the cmb by Mr. I.yle al the inaime rail
way. Thl a treautlfiil piece of work, tt
la luiltl 6n an nek frame, with nor'wtnl fine
plailktflC ami h copper f.tenel tliro(;lrBOl.
Thelioalh twtnty-U feet long and four feci
wfde mfd-thlpa, wefghtrrg 2i) Ilia. It l stained
and varnMied. he apoon-tHr foartetn feet
lomt, artd Imm (he imlder slrtpeil In the item
pro mt as lint In caleli Ihe force of the water
between the rudeer and llrelnial whtch retard"
The oilier txial of Ihe club cvmsUt oflwu
rlngle aetilt 1 twi) four-oir ractng tioat. The
cliil) epect lo have a new i-oar racing liat
built this year and will then be fully cipilpieil.
The old lioat house has now bt-enme lo imall
and '.lie club I erecting a commodious and ul
itnntial bulldinK in the lny on Ihe outer ide of
the Marine railway, tt is lo be laiitt on con
crete piers, ami will lie forty by twenty-four
feci In he with a veranda from which a com
plele view oflheracecours can l obtained.
Taking Inlo consideration Out the club has
only been org.inlred about a year, and that
tinder difficulties and with their own mean
they hac done so much, and arc at present
,1 tstlrr lmn Vnnlnr Dimmit.
r Inif in arrivnl .it Hi' l"'"il ' '""
destmalion and have been here nearly a we k
eni)1"j Ihe kind hospitality of nor friewl, t
we do nl forget the many pteaiant mctdenu
of our passage. We were otily 36 day to Ihe
entrance of lton Kong Harbor, but Ihe fog,
!!... 1. 11. NU t.
Tilt pHnrtrskt ttpk of rm-.fl fur lh :le
Mniiwas 1MH and lalwi1 haa own eatwwey-
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vi I 1. till'.- .
Ijhrr, Mr an.! Mi V V h
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Mr. I t 'it
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I li flm.lS and I
iMititr as nnotnr ifcajai titat w
MuifTiAsM ralWA swmfcl art H-
INeKMt lCMlta of itW'rnn
HaiM that aale- ..--t..n..
am erary mart of that
ragnaiaiie 10 tha -iaf
nHtraa to he aw
I with a via of cun-
prevented u for two day from olttalnlrrg a J tUarftHl in mn nr r,t-.nn it.s HtM-ia of itioaa
pitnt. Thr? Ceylon we Irmnd to be most ctitrt-
foflableand Captain llitrlnw, kiml and agree
able. Tlie wind were Iteht, 1ml farmaiilc, Imt
after entering the China Sea, the Nnrth lUst
Mnnamnt blew fiercely, wafting w tmwever
most fottnitatety lo otir destined port. Utfl
Ihe whole, t never had a more comfortable
pnmage, It tieing reatfrtl to tmly and mind.
We weieoMtged 10 anchor, over night Just
mitsblenflhe llailair of Hung Kong, when
one of our Clilneae ptaengcr, chttttteil mocH
alarm on account of hi fancy alntut pirate.
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".ORTOACEB'S HO I ICE OF SALS.
rho OMttitarte tartly 10 thr MM1wt and veil oMna)
nf the ual iirnstH. hut .ttola.ll, H. mm. tf ihm
I. a natation In aatn-antlla httarsMt have at I Bttwtl
oM, whrtlnrhy rtretf .ttateitlon, or rri-titnii, !
has atenNM to tat a (ml aatl tufrktsnt (tnovui tot at.u.
gnrdwi. No tartar evkteiMI mM U addacad of tafa
.lata of affairs than the eahinsta artVat of wiBliirta, eoa
trutVa rintlM l n pan In V. S. goM eobi, oyjon abewt a
two ak'a rutin. In the rntdat of tho iMIttoyaWto and
timdill-'iaatlrW Hawaiian itlrre.l, with whtch tba
adnttristratkat oat and no prate they atrlte oot ht wIM
diaatay at a fwtm to tattle eaprnwi aad annoyaitcs to
the Importrrtt, hoptni (sufcably iberatry ht tho friction
thai fuHowad, that an tafttrrd cormtmnlty woahl call
He had lieen long absent from ht native 1inM.Vandanl aoaan-of iheraarm. , f. bowerer. the
ait aarmtoMn pm-lottalrd Ihe nut-lion of ibe ad.
Ilor'a feet, wlto inWlnet'ncty lient In restore financially well fueil it liecome a nutter of
tliAii, " Olildon'l,"llicliostesalil, "there's congratulalion to find Ihclio), all of a Mulneii
agenllcnian tirenentl" Hut Iter lord, slill In la it were, ready In compete with ihe King'
the elucirse mje of the falling market and best crew. Captain Torbcrt epree great
A new uartclle of male voice lias been
formed which promises lo be of considerable
muslcial value. It in constituted a follow :
M. P. C. Wood, first tenor. Mr. C. M.
CuoUe second tenor ; Mr. J, L. Ko&s, first
lass i Mr. David Mc Cartncy, Jr., second
bass. The club Is rehearsing and will doubt
less sing in public before long.
From a New York paper of recent date 1
learned thai there will bo a reunion of the
Carter family, including all who bear the
name of Carter. It Is to be held al Woburn,
Mast,,, on June I lib of the present year. Mr.
I C. W. Carter, of Huston, is the corresponding
' M'crctnry, and the preparMicns for an elaborate
reception arc going forward. The Hon. A. P.
Carter, of Washington, I). C, is to be presi
dent of the day, end the programme will
Include an address of welcome, with resKnse,
a genealogical address, poem, orchestral and
vocal mufcic nndj&fteit(ljnnc;r stcecbcs; i 'An
important and valuable feature of the occasion
will be the printed reports of genealogical facts,
histories, etc., for general distribution to the
company present, Whether the day on which
Ihe reunion is to lake place June I lib, lvalue
hamcha Day was selected by our Minister at
Washington out of compliment In the Kingdom
of Hawaii, or not, cannot tic said tint the
coincidence is noteworthy.
Among the passengers per steamer Alameda
came to our little Kingdom H. W. Irwin, tiscir.
Hawaiian Consul General in Japan ( in connec
tion, it is said, with Japanese immigration.
Mr. Irwin is a young man : yet he lias brcn a
resident of Japan for more than fifteen years,
' Is thoroughly conversant with all the vital
questions ejecting that interesting country,
and has the implicit confidence of the Jnpin
I cse, both of high and low degree. He is mau
I agcrofa Japanese Steamship Company of
I twenty-foul .steamers, most of which were
I contracted for, and built in Uugland. Mr.
I Irwin comes of distinguished ancc.tory. He
I Is a great grandson of the immortal Hen Frank-
lin, and a near relative of Geo. M, Dallas,
once vice president of the United States, and of
HobertJ. Walker, secretary of Ihe trearury
under lluclianan. We presume that in any
pending diplomatic negociations with this king-
liluin, Mr. Irwin wilt not tic found wanting,
n he proktbly inherits some of his father's
tioers of a like nature the latter gentleman,
ihough long deceased, hating licJJ important
diplomatic positions from tin: United States.
Inst lo Ihe present, moved nut nor made one
ign. Then the hoslca bent swiftly and
caught lip Ihe flowers, saying, just ns swiftly,
wilh a wicked glance at her Urge, " I beg
your pardon, t lUmijihl there was."
AproKi of clever sayings, there's n smul'
boy up the valley who is developing a wit that
may make htm dangerous someday. Although
Harold is a boy of unusual good behatinr, yet
lliirc art times when gentle "persuasion" is
necessary. Un tliose occasions, his mother
uses not the slipper of tearful memory, but a
more convenient and equally eflcclse "butter
pat." ll.il lud been remarkably good for
several days, a state of affairs occasioning as
much surprise to himself as lo Ihe other mem
bers of the family. "Hain't I been good,
mamma?" lie asked "Yes, Hal, very good."
"I wonder what make mc so good, mamma ?''
"I think its because you say your prayers ctery
night." " think," said Harold, reflectively,
"it's more the butter pat."
I don't think I would make a good plagiar
ist. I have loo lively a .sense of the value of
literary proH'rly. I acknowledge, therefore,
that credit for the preceding paragraphs belongs
to another lo one of Honolulu's many de
lightful witnxMi, to one of Ihe chariningtst cf
Ihcm all. Which reminds me. The other
day some one found fault with the form of my
superlative use of the adjective charming. I
defended my usage on the ground of its
piquancy I was not then describing a common
place woman, llcsidcs, I sin in good com
pany. Charles Itcade frequently employed
the form in question: and few have ventured
to question his F.nglNh.
in hi crew and ny " llatkls is
A friend of mine has a dream which I hope
may tie one day realized. He wants to own
Punch Howl. He would fain rescue it from
the deadly goat of that good natured
settler of the Punch Howl vicinage, erstwhile
described by Ihe picturesquely mendacious
Chronicle as "the Portuguese slave." After
he had fenced out the goats, he would plant in
the crannies of the precipitous cliffs algarnbas
and ulher trees that flourish in a scant soil
He would build a road from the Queen street
side of tile hill. On thesite of the little sen
tvy-lusi.cjiiitl -.tinging, li. ursul4 liuilil an as
piring castle; and in its deepest dungeon he
would immure Such are the height and
depth of my friend's ambition. I think every
one will sympathize, al least, with his dislike of
the goals and his desire for a carriage load.
In base-trail circle things arc U-cointng
active. The Makiki grounds have been put
in fair order, and there ts now lieing circulated
a subscrlpion to help the iKiys erect a ptvllion
lot spectators, dining rooms, etc. A nice
ocket score has been primed by Mr, Clarence
Drown, and will lie lor sate at match games for
Ihe sum of ten cents. The Oceanic have sent
a challenge lo the Married Men, which, t
understand, their wives hate allowed them to
accept. The game Is to be played on the Jlsl
Al a meeting held by the Oceanic last Thurs.
day evening, it was decided to adopt a new
uniform. In estimating the strength of the
players, it is probable the 1 lonobilan will take
the first place, the Oceanic the second, anil
the Married Men the third. The llonolulan
have the licit pitcher and catcher, then come
the Oceanic, with Wall, pitcher, and Scott,
catcher. If the Mauled Men were ntrong in
their pitcher and catcher, and did not have so
much to do at home, it i said they would be
the best club in town. However this may be,
it is iinpoaible lo say what position the clubs
will take this scar until their full strength is
The Honolulu ltifles are completing their
organization, and expect to be able lo turn out
soon with a force of seventy-five to one hundred
men. I have met many agreeable men in
Honolulu, and among them is my friend Thorn-
dyke. He Is a very clever gentleman, and ex
presses rome very quaint ideas. I met him
one day this week, and after the usual ex
pressions of mutual reganl generally iasseil
between young gentlemen of sterling moral
qualities, I said . "Thorndyke, I hear you have
joined the Honolulu ltifles and arc to be made
commissary, will you see that 1 dont starve
when I call at the barracks?" Thompson
looked sad for an instant, and then brightening
up he said : "Yes, I will, old man, if there is
anything left." "Hut Thorndyke," I continued,
"how will you lie able to march with the rest
of ihe boys, if you are only commissary?"
"Oh t" lie replied, "Geoige Fassett and I are
lo march on parade da: George is to lieal
the big drum and.I.ani.to.carry the banner,"
..-.-i..ia' J. J. . . 1" ' '" . -
1'CSvSiyKC ls-'u-Stnalf tn.ni; tail, as I. said, he
is very cleicr. Ucinga lover of gooJ things,
I expect to have many a nice time v'hh the
lxiys when they get under arms. Jom.s.
Honolulu, May 24th.
ml recalled ihe day of piracy, forty ami hfly
year ago. During the night he walked Ihe
deck, willi pistol, in hand.
The reader of the Honolulu (taper, just
liefore we sailed were informed aliotit two
Uutan seamen, who had deserted from Ihe
Kussian man-of-war, one got nfl In California,
and ihe other, w.i sent, hy Mr. t'lluger, on
IxUrd the Ceylon, lo Hum; Kong, to join his
ship. The man was a goixl sailor and worked
well, but just a we came to anchor in Hung
Kong Ilaihor, lie disappeared, as wc supposed,
In Home boat which came oir for iiaenger.
I am sure il wa no fault of Captain Harstow
To our surprise, wc found on arriving al ihe
llong Kong Hotel, that Mr. (irccley, was now
the manager, who, only a year ago, was the
manager oflhc hotel in Honolulu. He is now
engaged in filling up the establishment, at a
cost of about $"50,000. He had a hundred
workmen employed. We noted upon the hotel
register, that Mr. laukea, and Mr. Poor, had
liasscd I tits) way, en route In Honolulu, via
Japan and San Francisco. The California steam
er arrived the day after our teaching llong
Kong, and among the passengers, was Mr. Uo
hinson of Kauai, who put up at the hotel
where wc stopped.
We feel rpiitc confident Honolulu people, on
coming to llong Kong, will Inn! mine host 01
llic Hongkong lintel most agreeable and the
hotel most admirably fitted up for their accom
On coming up the Canton Hlvcr I found the
first officer of the lioat, Captain Speedily, who
visited I Icnolulu, a few months ago, in com
mand of the Glcuclg. He had many kind in
quiries alxitit those who frequent the stores and
ship chandlers' establishments, but especially
respecting his consignee, Mr. Jones and his
trcasuicr, Mr. Carter.
On my arriial in China I was somewhat sur
prised to learn that two vessels had recently
sailed with several hundred latmrcrs. This
fact is another argument for prosecuting witli
increased vigor the Chinese mission work on
our islands. In conversing with the inissiona.
rics of the Knglish, German and American so
cieties, I am more and mure convinced of the
vast importance of the work. I cannot but
think that our islands, in many respects, are
most favorable for prosecuting this undertak
ing. Inevitably the Anglo Saxons and the
Chinese must come in contact, 0.1 the lalxjr
question and in business relations, how vastly
Important, that in this contact the latter should
lie met in an honorable and Christian manner.
The Anglo Saxon professes to be influenced by
the principles of Christianity and .a higher civ
ilization, now let it lie made manifest, that on
our part, these principles are not a dead letter,
or inoperative in the counting-room and on
'change. .Merchants and planters have it in
their jiowcr to do a vast amount of good.
When learning how the Chinese .ajejrcajed jn I.
lliu Umlc.1 Mates, Australia, ami oincr part 01
the world, I do sinccrelyTcjoice that upon our
islands llicir right are not ignored. -
S. C. Damon.
Canton, China, Apiii 14, I S3).
viability of truing on 1.. t g..l.l lai. IV l. ut
iha ihambet of cmMneice ofijirl this, and a bdl fca
ham brought baton tlw bona to lataan Ike limit of rtl-
vr 10 ftva dollar. At no lima In our Mtloty rapi
waa Ihe RAvarnmrnt'i anion ao 111 advised, awl yet Ibe
ntidoriiy m day gtadty neoet the ttreacm evil rathor
than tosh un to wa krtowaot what. The Condition nf
tradr. which hat for aisaw lima been unprendemly doll.
has in no arnaa Impnmd. 11m fttat efntt lhat will be
noticed imilar lira mwVdlet will he a fonhtr diminution
of import., and a owmpontlhig falling oft of levrnoa.
'lite Lily of Sydney from San I'ratK-Ueo arrived on
IsunrUy l with iktea to the ttth Instant, bringing
a fr-w parrtrttfet hot no frebthl, rt.it even the saw
agent, .mirth of Mprtw. nattier. 'lite Consuelo with a
small cargo oamo in on lit 19th, and the Alamoda on
tire rand, also frtim llic fame port, the latter with a good
freight and rmsaenger Iht nod dates 10 the tsth intrant.
In dtpitrtutes .evert! meek nan 10 leave in hnllaa,
seeling. 11m estrone tot the weak by the City of
Hydnry, for the Colonies, Outlay, for 'lahltl, ami Wis.
(1. Irwin and tllainore for 9an Krandaco amounts to
e'5il7J-?; for dimetM: .lnct, barktas $1,573 in
coin titlirjv.1 to Aiiiralin.
Mr. 1. 1 Adams announce n closing not sale of
Mr. (r.i Kim's N'tnianii Htreet More, tlih afttmnon,
ami a large crodil aolo lo done comlgnmenlt by order
rrf Mtaara. T. II. Itaviea ft Co., conimtfidnf neat
Measrs O v. Mncfarlane k Co, die local agent, of
the new line of lmdon, Honolulu nitd San I'raneisco
steamer', lure freely distributed Ibe eircutar and pros-
pcxtu. of the City of I'arn line, wherein it is pruprmed
o place one-half of the shares of Ihe company on thK
market, and sail under Hawaiian colore. A certificate
value of the vessel and form of application for aharea
accompany lire circular to facilitate mantra.
I,ate advices from San Francisco by the Alameda
gives indications of a iltrflil Impruvemtnt in the suar
matin, from the Coinmtrrial Iltratd of the lstb
n.lant ue inake lire following ettrrfcts relative loour
pruductf or produce akin ta oura :
ColTce from Central American riorts it In good tupply
but there it no life to Ihe market Suar arritea freely
from the Sandwich lllandt, AnJ although wtll con
trolltii by n lew capitaii.la they seem to be powerless to
turn the screw upon consumer, as In da)S licit are uul,
be it for either sugar or tyrup. Rice is in large itoctt
nolabty, Slam, commonly called China, jiriceB rule low,
by reason of Urge direct fchi mtnu On tran.it) to mart,
heretofore ordering Ihe same from our merchant.
Hawaiian table rice is In light lock and is held with n
gor.i degree of liminea.
St'OAK Imports ainre our last reference include the
followimrt IVr Kmnla QauJina, from liilo, 6,456 bags;
per steamer Atameda, from Ifonolliltt, 35,oio bagt; per
St Mark, from New York, 50 barrels refined; per bri?
Connney ford, from liilo, 11,174 bags.
Stocks are large and free. There if a fair demand
for 11.1111 yellow Central American for capirt to llritisli
Columbia, 'lite present lads price of Hawaiian i
$4-9tW ler no pounds lor gr degrees polarllation.
MoLassm New Orleans mohivses is scarce and held
higher, Hawaiian molassrs is plentiful and cheap.
During the month of March there wai a decided break
in the market for Golden syrup, our local refineries
having been feeding the jobbers fretly at a marked
decline from rccinr ruling quotations, say at 30 cents in
irarreh 36M cents.
Kick Supplies of all kinds other than Hawaiian
table are free and liberal. This sella at ji al 5K tenia
as to quality, though for ealra choice jJiceNU Masked.
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Prw Australia, per Chyof Sydney. May ts-Mr T
A OMk. K I CaateUo, K Itavia, W Mrrhl-y, W
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t.rr s.n 1'r.iri isrn, ptr ( aiharien. May -J Swl,
w 11 l-nr.
rVrm San rranrlwss. pet Consnelo. Mav to Caetle ft
Colilie, to Irag. trrme rnal, 1 t. fo.e, to kega frowder;
Irwin M Co. 9 ..a I elis, 4 cs mar Mnrry, t rs mtnu,, t ee
nature., 1 Ml ml, Km hag inn meal, t bM lime,
lobhls ita4,-r, ton bbb HIM, 46000 brick! Mr f
Lack, t f-i ? ttwHs mtrMn : W f'mter, m re itij
tJVmt s ,i is... 17 I n. ,r j .. . l.ran, ...v. p,i.t 40
sasHrnr v . rt t .. 1 . I .) H.an
HrSSuSi pC. I', a- , I". rsbai,, t l I., lfJk-ntyrvt-M,.
11' ii'm gnr-ei-s and kaihrT; llarkfewt
rft t o, r.J, .l . r 1 , . .- li.i.fcr A lo, ls Jr. (mlley; J
W f ranlner, 1 1 . s I.Kiks t boggy.
from Ntw V-wk. por AhMe Carver, May l-CrWt
l.oor.r 7" rrr-nim, yi rn mnrrrr. jrx ' s rfrrMrurw
oil, lines oil, 50 cs tttrpentine. 111 kg nails, eoori m
and page a.oried hardware; HaU Hon, q c varttwi,
tc4 tt paim, j 1 . -KtricnllHttt Imuliirnanfa. 4 e Irnrrtta,
Riy pea ami 1 sg. horuware; w r itram, 1 irnia wrns-
key: 1 ti I Htm
itcanwrr: K it
1 lainkllkr; ti W Mactariana A Co.
r. am cs ml. ttr rvlH rratrer. so Mil
; W K Rnwalt, t ica ami rrt.
i'eirce at Uo, ac c
jo H hhh whi'Vei
rope, c. chres-; w K Krrwell, tas ires ami
maehmerv: Itnckfrld rt Co. ta trite eiatnn coraiil
McCuily, 1 cs ranao, i) cs furflstatv and raatiotitry; t
T Waterrutiae, 0 Ms riwddy tn.iltras, ant ptufa hrtrsl
ware; tlaeieii .t 1-0, eno 01 oil, rts kga Mils, tia ca dry
goola and hardware; Wilder to CO, ea Irdt windows
aial doors, ay rdtga rope, S Ms dock, tlo pkgs atint
ana nnrnwatr; 1 .-suit, ti Moris, 145 rragt namware;
rhr orrser at iimrEd 1. IAk the MonEMajt nrHraari
In a certain lihleiMiii of atQrtngKe ilaiM tftr)
tjlh itajr ,lHgml, Stj,
BHK IrV JoMI K BlfVrl AnH NIIM Ml WwrPt iMMM
surra, Jattan flonwtres ami Am Oanrsln Ma ,
laarvirl Anwtwol, Irfrw. and ftrr rsnttrh afihe -dhioaa
of asM mortgage, I aw direr itdio hN at pabtie
IVESDA I ', tVAVT tfih, tSS, ml ,mn
At nty aaleemofn in HfltrraraSii the fafaswatc ptaee 0jr
parcel o. amn 1
TbwHettrUn ahjrw er !rsrel tWhttwl attest l Wat-
Itie, aiatwaa, irawnn m irtaw, rtetnaj iwe aarve asaa
kl Itoyal I'tionl Mix vtft, Kataan I lam lit
tala an area of ji- ,, (fan acre.
that eettswi tae eland altaaM al
said, tdetr AfrMa 1 rvf Itoyal I'atem ff atay. Kale
ana lient ryaa irmnaitiHig an anal os r,
That errtewi ptetc nf land nknate at Ham afrrr-
aaui, ueiBcine aaatrr oewnoad m kojmh ratent jr
4S4 and oowtttining an area of j6 irv-fosittn.
Ilsalcettata rdeeeof laiid M WaDele, Mli afetr
mmI, wind tnii mmm Nnffi ptittioiMKiVf wtKtintn hn
lUjul I'j.H Uo. t.8, tnwli.eiH! m afm of HI -tt-foo
CttAMIC STEAMSHIP COMPAMV.
, es, and F.ltfrrtti Steamshfps
MitltirOSA mul AhAMtiD.i
U1N hrava llanolnta and 9m FVanelteo
1st nntt tilth nf Knnh Month.
IVuaraMn hy ihfl Urn an krtttrv rntift! lhat they
mmm nawway, wmh irnvswHnaj rNtH,
HkvwmH Tirgtrntrn vnvxir tttr, $11.
aMlmm fc any of Ike LWfssny'i .teamer uh-
H HWWJT yiai
Vttfftn May hare lhetr Miwea tankett h advance
at laeenasaat iai
M Intended rot sMi
MeKhandls rntenrlrd for shidotent
he reeeivtd frae of wonrge IntHroM
bylhi. line will
s new WArv
lutt. tag atons. tat rdras hardware:
-.. ....-- ..r. .-u., .yirv -. , m
lrncnrni is urr, 74 nrni wmsney, 10 ca irrri
Cooke, 39s kga nails, 194 Mia weight, 50 c lurirera-
llltr a "a taeKs, 03 pea ami pfcga naruware, 513 ca
pine; fftmottilu lur. worlr Co, 306 pc pine, iud tons
nrro, ,,tn..tr,M rrr. ...wpp r V' 1 F-r ruo .rsn
coat. 10 cs ttitang. 06 no Iron mm: I S1aht. at cs fur
niture, 60 pea onk; U li Iterkwnh, ca uieTcnandrse;
Order, 3134 rc and pkga merchandise.
Pot Sydney per City of Sydney, May it too trigs
riee, 10,000 ma., value asso; 1 Drag rsoin, 11,575.
Prrr 1'aMll oer Gtastav. Mav ta 9v lanr-.liicar. injn6
Iba; ono bids molaaaea, 5,rVo gariom. Value $1,311
tor Ivan I'ranciico, prr wm II bwhi. May 19
10,051 hags Mgnr, 1,171,46 Iba. Value, J1l,Jlt 7 J.
For San t'ranctrrro tier Cail-aritn. Mav ii.vit
pkg sugar, I,vo3,o7i ftra J a-v pkgr rice, aosm tt
Value, $6eyjo os.
The Hand will play at Hmma Square tlii
afternoon al 4130 I'. M. The following It Ihe
Mar-h, Great. Hritain,
Wall. My Queen,. -.
Selection, I'tincce. IdaJ.. ,....,..
Uundritle. The 'I ImeA
vocal Gallop, I juetn Victoria,
" ri.st mm .! rti..n
The It.tntl will play a usual in Kmma Square,
Monday evening at 7:30 r. M.
That retrain pierr of laa.1 eiluata at Mat.-a aftasy
sW, bting the aama mrw TJimlcaratry aasttihtid la
Royal Patent No. ite, aamatanni an ana at 51 arrm
The) errlam pwet of kind tttiMte at Manat afore
said, bring iha earn more eMkalari ilaatrltreil in
Knyal I'altot .to. agio Karraaa I lent eyte,
an area ot 1 jo-100 acres,
kikl, Oahts, atortaatd, isoMarivmg an araa of j and
Tnrxecertslarritea of land Mam a Kanapaiat,
Watanaa. Ilbndof (Jadw. aforeanlrf. belrrw tha aaaa.
more particularly ilrseriberl ht Koyal Patent No. 1151,
Kaleaaa Ueht Ut, loraairrton an area oft acres, 5
'I lt certain pww of land altitale at KemoHIHI, Wat
Also, all thrir rklil, tille ami tntertst in the Hoi
AI11.1 o KatMiiluablne el Mftooa afijroaaid; abw too
head of caitUr more or teas, branded I'aC, awij tdlmstae
at Manoa aforesaid, 8 pair worltimr oaen, 40 biad fit
rattle more or lest, brande.1 I'd running at aakt Slaanrt,
so norra, maes amt cr.ha, Iwamleil i'at , and 5 horaem,
branded CI, at ankl Mamm; aii 3 bnllock carts, i
thaln nij ma certain ieaae masle h)
altornevln fact of Itulh KeetiluiurtM. 10
icrrn K. nilra, ualel July r, 1B79, ami recinsail in
kibtr 61 011 (ages ao5 and aon. For fartlrtr partkubra
aprlylo li. I'. ADAMS, Aoclroneer.
Or lo Crcn. Itaowrv, nttomey for mortgagee.
yokea and t chain
'.rase, and ntottrta iiwid H ram. rassm. e 'n
tstfcaanrlfca), hifst hi (k warehowire, wW be at avnert'
IRWIN A Cn..
AtpKVta, O.9.S. Co.
STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S
LIME OF tTKAMfilsg.
V.'M nut ifwtarly for KONA and KAU,
Leave Honolulu at 4 P, M.i
My AMI Tnsjslty. May ,f
Friday. " tg IVawlay ' ,3
Tttlr May Friday.. ' ,,
FrtoVry " r
Returning, Touching at Maatra
FrVlly April tt TtMaday JW j
ni-ty ." a Frklar ,,
Frist May Tnnday " ,,
TusyslVy. ,, Friday July 4
SIMONDS At Sonoma, California, May ith, of
heart ilisra-e, Nalhan Simonds, a native of Leting.
t'jo, Massn. huselts, aged almut 66 )ears; father of
Mrs I a 1'itrre, .Mrs. G. lloag, and J, V.
SinioTid of this city.
CI.IFKOKI) -In Ihii city. May aand, O. O. ClifTonl,
agt.1 60 ear, and a resident of Ihete islands since
DAKLING-lnthisrily, May :o, Mrs. F. S. Darling.
OPECIAL AFTERNOON SALE.
I have receiver! in.tmetiont from MR. GOO KIM,
lo offer at Public Auclkm, this
May 4lh, from a p. m. to 5 p. m, at hit store, on
isuuanu tirtcl, an Aasorttntni or
Such as Cs-irja Crepe Sitka,
cniru mul, i-ijm anil ioiorta,
I'ina 3BV-,Silk Creiie Sliawlt.all colon,
'VHITE AND IlLACKGRASS CLOTH.
Pongee Silks, Pajamas .
Chinese hiltc Handkerchiefs. '
1.) on. Heavy Dress Silk, all colors,
Fancy Silk I'ar..wls,
adits' llcinlrJ.il Handkerchiefs,
Persian Rugs and Mats,
Fine Dama.k Linen, Tablecloths ami
Napkins, Salten UrCsa (roorl..
Linen lAwns, Ladies Unrltrwear,
Clrildren's Dresses, F.ie., Ltc.
XVI his sale It especially intended for the Udlt.. as
iy ine lisi ot genj
Conrfriiseif Xrirn I'f thtt ll're.-.
Sjtimiii: The Hawaiian Kantlc Cnmpny'g
Itlock all subsciilieil for. Now, "'.o business"!
I .SI lepers in fioin liilo; thiec were sent to
IKakaako, tlitee allow eil liberty "lo retwrtln n
-lionth," Giblitchian gecrcualionl Coin count
finished in ihe trcasiiiys to pay silver certifi-
ates, $SS,oo6j un private storage, Sprcckcls
K Co., $171,0.20; tri-asuiy balance, $191,-
SuHifjy: City of Sydney arrive with lain
lew. Mis. J. M. Caieily, Jaunhter of the
Lite II. K. I'mlles, arrives.
MoiUay. The Oceanic and the mauled
men play a practice game of base bait. New
lircctorica atme hy tho Consuelo. Doctor
Thatcher leliies from the pliotop.iophiin; firm
f J, Williams & Co. George Deling Post,
1, A. K., announce that veterans of the war
f 1812, and of thenar w ith . Mexico, will be
nviled lo ur(iciute tut Dei-oration Day,
TUisJitjr: Nothing wotthy of nole.- Kunny
nen of the Daily Hsening lloiKllititi tush in
iiticie augets fear to tread.
ll'tJHtuity: Field day in the legislature.
Mr. Dote apeak at length on the Prohibilkiu
JtilL Defea(,uf bill. KcstrictloHaccoulingto
Press plan nuw in older. More Kitchgibian
segrcgatiuu. Doctor disagree alnmt sending
ten lcrcr to Molokai,--Onc of the p.iK-is
speak of the uliseuce r.f the schooner Marion;
(hat tcsscl l)ing at the wluif at the time.
enlng ciuitciiiioraiy copies the blunder.
Kuiuiy.--No tale at llic iock board but
J,itskeil "ipiot.ilions ruled high.
Thun.foyi Alameda utriies, at 850 A M ;
new physician, Doctor Kiilly j-$Ou,o
new silver. - Mr, and Mr. T, U, Walker a2it
family icturn, after a loii); abss'nee, Mr. li
C, Maclail.ine utiivcs.' 1'iiucos Likehkc
ret 111 m to her loyal claiufolk, Gaxl Mr.
Uibaun'k uniip.e embassy icnuns. An in
imiry tut' mulls and ctt now fit outer.
Ureal tecvplion to Colonel auke and Mr.
Poor by "the boy", who iiMstCuitU a " the
masher, " accofdiiig to (he Court Journal.
Great uivij time, in its way,
FriJjjrt LcgUlituri; agree to adjourn until
Monday. Hawaiian Hotel announsvi wine
tew cock, PiiU he to Allah Aiu.
Just at nightfall some days since n lad who
liics on Nuuanu street, near the intersection of
Judd, ran out the front gate of his home I round
on an errand to tlie house of Mr. A. T. Atkin
son. His little brother Phillip, aged about
four, ran after him, not knowing whither he
was Ixntnd. After crossing the second bridge,
the older ly turned, of course, inlo Ihe I'auoa
Valley road. Little Phil., being some dis
tance behind, kept on along Nuuanu Avenue,
thinking his brother was ahead of him, A
few minutes after he lelt, he was missed. It
was then quite dark. Search was made all
out the somewhat extensive home grounds
and a message of inquiry sent lo the nearest
neighbor. No Philip. The family phaeton
was already harnessed and in that the anxious
falhcr drove down Nuuanu stiect towards town,
slopping at two or Ihrec places to inquire.
Now comes the strange part of Ihe story. The
news of the alarming absence had spread to
lliu children of neighbors, among them was a
lad of nine, in whose veins flows the blood of
twenty i;eneralions of Highlanders. All were
talking excitedly nliout the event and many
were the surmises given. Suddenly St. Martin
(the little Anglican Scot) exclaimcdt "I sec
him. lie is walking down Nuuanu street aad
a native nun (t leading him by the hand." A
Portuguese cmplotcd by the family had started
ahead of the father and, just after passing
School street, overtook Philip bting ltd along
iy a nativt man. He had gone nearly down
town, had turned back, turned again and lost
his location. The native intended tt) take him
to ihe station house. Il was calculated, takim;
the lime ol the Poitugucse man's departure
from the house into account, lhat the moment of
St, Martin' preternatural vision must hate
liei-n about llic time Philip waa overtaken by
the Poituguoc. II "that was not ''second
sight," what was il?
I related (tic circumstances before narrated
lo Judge Uickeilon ami he lold me the follow
ing parallel Hue story; " The lurk Cambridge
was here in 1SO5 (or thereabouts), and with
the Captain was his little boy, Shortly before
the bark came inlo port tits? little fellow had a
vis id ilium. lie saw a gtset sinking In a
stormy fccja, and on Iward were his mother and
two sisters. So livid was he dream that the
child awoke, screaming violently, Hi father
calmed him, soothed and comforted him ; but
neither forgot (lie tlieam, A few day after
reaching litre a mail arrived bringing the fate
ful new that the itrothcr Jonathan had found
wed at sea, at t!m vciy liKr of the night of the
day of the month on which the captain's child
illumed his eerie dream ) and on board were
the captain', wife and his two daughters."
S. K. VKKAL.
Honolulu, May 1.1, 1SS4.
The Minte Ituat Club is cumptiscd of
anoui nut-en enterprising ami ttfuMlt young
men. Jloalingin Honolulu ha uot been the
suivcs it might have Ireeii, timply fUr ihe
leason that outside of club members ttut l,tle
inteietl has been taken, Thoie who know
n) thing about Uuilng know that tt cvtticun
slilerablc money for boat house, IkxiIS, suits,
etc, and hence Ihe irog(r?inado auj ijng
nude by the Myrtle Club become, suprl.ing
as it i credible. Moating auj Ikise Ikill are
H oris which ,boatd receive niDie riicourag
from our cilUeu, ; they are not wily of physical
benefit tu young men, but form an amuMintul
liich is unquestionable mid ficc tu all.
Xlrs t'rrlotfiet- ir CliMIM'rcr.
At a meeting held last Monday, llic follow
ing rcort was unanimously adopted :
Honolulu, May 19, 1SS4.
The President of the Chamber of Commerce.
Sir : The undersigned committee appointed
to consider the necessity of intioducing an act
to amend Ihe present legal tender and currency
act of 1876, beg to reput as follows :
Uron the ninth of January last the chamber
communicated lo the government its belief Ilia
Ihe present legal tender act of 1876 could not
be carried out with the proportion of silver
coin then in circulation.
The chamber further staled its conviction
that the enforcement of this law under then
existing circumstances would inevitably de
preciate the silver currency, and thai the further
introduction of silver coin, without Ihe pro
portionate withdrawal of qther silver coins,
would necessarily increase the difficulty. The
chamber, therefore, exprcscd the opinion that
the only safe course was to limit the iuqrorta-
tion of silver to Hie local requirements of the
kingdom, and to withdraw from circukition, al
tlie expense of the treasury, all silver coins
other than the new Hawaian and the United
Your committee have to report with regret
that no (Hiint in the recommendation ofJanu
ary ninth lias been adopted by ihe government
On the contrary, they have added very largely
to the excessive pniortion of silver thci( in cir
culal ion, and have now given notice virtually
that tlie legal tender act of 1S76 will lie enforced.
The (rosition is simply this, that from the
1st of June the government will refuse to re.
ceive, at their chief receiving office, the Ha
waiian coin w liich has been introduced at so
much cost ; and, inasmuch as the treasurer's
action must regulate the current value of all
cuins, the declaration that Hawaiian silver will
no longer be received at Ihe custom house,
effectually depreciates, the value of said coin.
It is natural that those that have in pay gold
will exact gold, and the legal tender act, so
long left in abeyance, will be enforced by this
act of the treasury. Your committee oln.it ve
that the government are in hopes of inducing
the United States Government to admit th
Hawaiian coinage on equal term with lhat of
the United Slates, but we are unable to share
in the cxicct.Uiim that the United States
Government will tecclve Hawaiian coin at any
higher value than is placed upon Ihcm by the
Your committee arc at a loss to know how
the circulation of silver coinage at par, and the
demand for U. S. gold at the custom house can
coexist 1 and in this position they liave no
alternative but to recommend such au alteration
of the cunency or legal Under act nf 1876 as
will bring the liw into harmony vv itli the re
quIrcinenU of ronimeice.
Your comniitlee, therefore, recommend lhat
ihe cluuibvr approve the introduction of un
act placing the circulation on a gold basis, and
autlioriri'H, 'he shipment of all silver coin in
execs of local requiicments, at the expense of
the ttcasuiy. We itroinmend that Ihe mail
mum amount for w ht :hllvi-r shall lie legit
Under hetwcntydollirs, Instead of lifty dollar.
Wc remain. Sir, y ur obedient servants,
Thko. II. lUvitv,,
P. C. Jo.nks, Jr.
W. W, Hall, Secretary pro leiu, Honolulu
Ciiainur 01 uoinifieKY.
A carefully prepared aitlcle upon the llono.
lulu tlrccll will appear next week.
Merchant Vessels Now la Port.
Sir Williau WaLLAcr, lirown..
. II tarla. Jissl r v Ai
Jnnn srMiTii, Kustcl
Ann 1 ir car vcr. I'enuletoii
CONSHEM.U, Couitii ?
The tug loat l'ele has Inulcd up for re
The American bark Abbie Carver, is dis
charging at Ilrcwer & Cns wliarf.
Steamship City of Paris, sailed from St.
Michaeli, April 15th, for Honolulu.
The llritWi bark Sir William Wallace, will
probably sail to-day for llurrard Inlet, '. C.
The American luikentine Malay, is at the
Pacific Mail Steamship wharf discharging
Spolcen April 24U. latitude 40 N., longitude
14 Wt. Hark C. U. Uishup, from Itremen, fur
Spoken March 12 latitude 2 S. longitude
25 V., BriUi.i lurk Clan Grant, from Liver
pool for this jwirt.
Spoken March, iSl'li. latitude I K.f
longitude 27 W.t American bark Amy Turner,
Newell, from Itoston, for Honolulu.
The American brigantine Consuelo, is at
the old Custom House wharf discharging an
assorted cargo, from San I'raneisco.
The American barkentinc Klin, sailed from
San Francisco May 13th for this port, in com
mand of Captain liowe, late of the W. II
.rhe.ron steamship Havre, 2663 tons, is
now loading at London for San Ffanciwro.
She will sail about June 30th, via St. Michaeli,
Azorc Islands, and Honolulu, Alia,
The Hipir is discharging ciul'at the foot
of Fort tttrect. The American Iwrk KUinore
is ballasting at steamship ULcliVe Outf.
She sails to-day for Koyal Uoads, for orders.
The American steamddp Abmeila arrived
ThurMlay morning, cailier tlvan was cxpectnl.
She doc Led at the Conitai.yni wharf where
she Is U now disclaiming. She returns to San
Francisco next Saturday, the 31st lust.
San Francisco, arrival May 6th An-oricnn
whale b.nk Dawn, Htckmott, hence April
loth, leaking. Same date American brig Court
ney Ford, Miller, iS days from Kalmlui.
May Sth A mul can steamship Alameda, Morse,
hence May ll, 6 days and 20 hoirs. May Slh
American Urn Kuuia CUudina, Mat win, 16
day hum Ullo. Sydney, arrived May Slh lUIt
iih steamship Zcal.u.-lu, Wvbber, In-ncc,
The Argon-iut of the 31 bulant qot that
the Hartford officer gave a breakfast on ltoard
while in Sah FrancUco harW on May Day
lhat Lieutenant Colvoco(evc& had Inren tie
lached and sent home on a) car' leave j that
Ucutenant Ualt (who went fioinc In April) had
lieen orilereil lo ihe Washington Nary VarJ
an liutruclor ofdlw'inrv,
Anntkr Uptr inenllont that ihe IUitford
was to sail f.r I'anauuoa the 13th, touching
at Mexican porU, under tlitacllni; counnanil
otLeutenant Mailhon, to go from tUnanu to
China and then pu tu Ncw-Vcik,
A private letter mintlniu that Ucutenant
White (executive olTioer) lud 1n. tulfcdng
front bronchitU and was In the hospital at
Mr. amt Mr '1 T-t. Waliu and family re.
turned rouUW.ir visit in England by the Ala-UK-da
ihii wrtflt and arc warmly welcomed by
a hokt of friend U-tddr the l'ic. A Dumber
of other Kunaaiuas aie welcomed back. In
Uhalfof Kuhola the 1'icss extends Ihe aloha
of welcome home" tu It. i Wood and
'Vessel ExpcteJ from Fore.irn Ports. , '
Bremen, Oer. tt. SrtcA II oilman
Due rvm llaclcfekliV Co., uz&rt.
LnKKitKit., Ilrii. bk. Clan Uhant 1Iwn
Due June 5.10.
Uoton, Am. bk. Amv Turner Kewcll
i;ue June 15 (-. nrewcr a. c.. rient.
MiCK-j.sK.siA, Am. btnc Mokning Sr.aR....Cir!.-u)J
Due now. :. O. Halt ifc Sun. Auents.
I.iVEKrooi, I.rits.s. Cirvor Paris, IoclieaJ
iue May $-.(. , MAcfarlnc&Co, agents.
Newcastle, N is W, Sic bk Keuijio,
UiaiDntf Mch 3. AgenU -
Nkw Caitlf, N SW, Am bk Willako Mi'dcbtt,
Kiai!c lAxa.lin Mch aEth. WilJer&Co, Ai(tnt&.
Jaixit, flawKhr KaLhn LjvcII
iju now. a t ,xct agent.
r.iVEWHoi., Hiit bk Varitna IitgTani
LtiJiii .M.irch to.
UfTAHTL'KK JJAV, Am bk C O WlllTMOSR....CaltlOUn
Hue now Al!tn & UobttKon, Agents.
San I'kan'CI-vVO, Am bltne I)i&oF.Hy -
Due May as-" llackfeld t Co, Agent,
San Fnmasco. Am. Lime. 1'JU, Home, due May
233fx C llreucr.t Co., Agcni.
POKTluUNSEMD, Am tCrn ExCSUalOR. V....IVU
Due May 5jo WilJer & Co, Agents.
Pukt lauuijuw. Am Lk Atalanta Halt
Ii!e My 95-30. lUckfcU & Co, Agent.
Tort Li'uuw, Am bk l.u&NALn .-.Catter
Dutf June i-v HaclfcMJ: Co, Afuitt.
I.RKUhN, Haw bk C K n.sift.f Walters
Due August 10-15. HacIicIJ i Co, Agents.
New Castlk, N S W, Akiluj,
fjtxuJiiiif April 24. Agents,
Port 1'hkelv, Aht Lltnc Amelia ....Ncwhall
Due May 3-10. Allen & RubniMjii, Agent.
San I'RANCtsco, Ami sMahkha..... HowarU
Due Juun g. W fJ Irwin ft Co, Agent.
HoNGhsttNG, IMibk Mount I.caANON.,.....Ndwn
Loailing March 19.
Port Ulakklv, Am bgtne Courtney Forp... .Miller
San FRAKCifcCO, Am tern Kusia CLAUUiNA..,Matson
laOatlimE May 15 (fur liilo.)
IIuuuoldt. Am schr Ida l,titNAt;KR......Uolrton
Tor Katiulut, dim May 35 30.
Sak Francisco, lint t. Australia.. .. ...... Chest
Due June 14. HacVMJ & Co, Agents.
SvpNEV, llrit s Zualanuia Webber
Due June 8. HarlfelJ A. Co, Agints.
11 UMikuLDT, Am tern KyA , . , , .Wikeinan
Du4 , lowers "te Cooke, Artt-nit.
Port It amble, Am tern John Anukhson II) man
laOstdiisg May 13.
V 0 Irwin, Am IIUm, IVmwr, for fan Fran
City of Sydney, Am s. D.wlioni, for h)diKy.
AUiatom, urn, .Met irejor, tor koouu
Krljuluolti, sch, for tl4nUi.M
Kob Itoy, sch, for Koo'au
Mary Alice, sch, fur l-aivit.,,,,
Colusa, Hr. bk, Rich, for Calcutta.
Oukvavt French schr. Fiddlier, t'ur 'Fahul
Caltalri'in, Ambk, Hubliard, for San lratK!cu
Kinaiitsiui, King, for tliUand way ift
C R Uttl-vp, stmt for HamiVu .,,...,,,
Vuiiu.dut .n, KiUiiiaf fr Kolva ,
I waUnf, tm, Cameron, Kauai
Kilauca Kwi.itm. Scars, for Kalmlui
IJh?lHto, U, for WaioiLic
Aloi, Ss.li, fr lAii(uhxhon
(ralii, sen, fur KotwisUUIe. ,.
Nellie Mirn1I.s4.il, for loluiiu.
Kmini, sch, for Koolm ,
latscliLe, stuu WlesUxtb, for MlloamJ way ports
HadctLala, Ach, for rciMreVca..,,, ,,.
Jas Ml.e, sliu, Ft t email, for Wuuvm ui4
Juhn Smith, Am 11 tu;, lu.u I, for IVrt Town
KiUur llou.stm, Rears, from Kalmlui ,
KtVaulitJil, Kh, Kh, Irom llanalci.., ,,
laaKi, Kh, Irom Koh LdJt.,.,.....,,,,,,..
Kfiuu.stut, Kiiitf, from llitaand wayixti.,.,
Mul. schr, from UtutJOiioce , ... .....
iwauni, on, C4raeran, from Kami.,, ,,,,,,
Neti iliill, sell, from lahauu,,..
Khukal, sch, trout WaUIiii
C K. ItwuK-p, km, !U.W,tVom llaiakua..,.,
LViiii-, (kit bk, Rich, ji dsyfruii Huirard
City ob Incy, Am t, k, Dcarharn, (rin S-it
Walm-il'i, sell, (rvtn Kuloa ........... ,,,,,,.,
Coi.tt.to, Am Uitne, Cuir( tVitUMii Saa
WeJncs.lajr, din inh ilay of Jurx, ihe Commcniora
lion of Kameiiim-Iia I, will be oirscrvcrl as a public
lMitiav, anj nit G'rVcrriuicnt OiTices ihroujhout Ihe
Kingdom will be itascij.
DcrauTilKKTiSr Intf.kior, May n. 188,.
James II. K. Kaiai is rhis day appointed Hislrlcr
Jurtxe (ad interim) for the District of Kawaihau, Island
of Kami.. SOLOMON NAA17A0,
Aciing (jurenvsr of KauaL
Office Ooiernrr of Kauai, Uhue, May 17, i3f.
JS.R. Ilaulu, Hmi-i is'lhU'riay appointed District
Jodje forth. District of !.ihue, Iilan.1 of KauaL
1 Acting Oovemor of Kauai.
Office Governor of Kami, Lihue, May 10, 1834.
Camernn, cnrnmarsler, leaves Honolulu errty Tries.
day al spm. (n Nawiliili, Kala, LWIe, and Wai
ml, KatttL KctumTng leaves Nawiiiwiii every
Tho ildincH STakcc,
Krteman, commander, (avea IIotsaIuIti every Thtifs
payr al 1 run. for Kapaa and Kllauea. Keturn
nc leaves Kauai every Tuesday at 4 p.m., and lo.ch
in? at Uaiaiiaa both wan.
The a. Jt. nh,ho'v,
Han., cofnotowler, leas-. Ilonolnlu every Tnetlay
41 4 r'''1- H ',1,,0at Htmrslcaa, and I'aauHari. R.
turnim; arrives al I (orrhilu every huiklay inorninrc.
MT OFFICII .oflhe Company, foot of Kllaliea
Slretr, near the I', M. S. S. Wnatf. ,,,.
Iruy be seen lil
id. odefwl .hrwrr. whl. i.
will acluany lj sold AND WITIIOUl' RUSKKVP.
m 1 tie sale cuiniircrrees al a and will close al J p. m.
.11 HmiIhij .Srir trtllb hi hi Ht T . .If,
195-H K. I. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
Al the reildence of CAPT. V. nAliCOCK, tamer of
harden laine arid.IIeretaniaSton
.v.i Ttinii.i r, j.i r -j iih.
M 10 o'clock A M, will ICrld
BLACK WALNUT CENTER TABLE,
Sofa, Easy Chain, rjijravinjs and l'kllirrjl, Whatnot,
Cuitaini and Comicef,
cuttaoi: urimiiir ri.t.vo rui:n:,
ilooics and Mapuinea, Ixmnjes, Washslandi, Diairs,
lieJsteads, Sirins Mallresses,
Stovo nuil Kitcliou Furnltnro.
Firewootl, Ijn Mower, Sewin; Machine, Etc., Lie.
195-11 V. V. ADAMS, Auctionw.
pACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
I'OK SAN FRANCISCO.
'ITie SplerHlfd Steamship
will leave Honolulu for San Francisco
On or aljout- jnno nth
A few rnir cfsirghlly damaged Gloves, Sr 00.
new stock of Ladies' Hals opened 10-day.
95-lt CIIAS. J. FISI1F.L.
MiirUi, Kti.froiMWainH'a, Katul .M.M.Tttf
wayitatis , , ? ,,
MsntHii)., h, fro. K ., ' tl
L.4WasaNli fr,ut tjatulti,.,.,, ,. ...
AUbietU, AutSp alor., t) Uoy froia Sunt
I- nnviw ' 93
lUuUb, Am tern, WiUvi, from Nraii;K U
At-wuUMU,,. ,, 9)
JUinbow, hch,froit Kooliu ,.,.., ..,..,, j
rUiur; aw, IUtr, fH-m Kwu ai Ka . . ,
UAoIii, Km. 5titrfKf. flvm KoUti " i
l.whiu, utu, ltnii, fiuiit lUiiHu-iUMUaUl '
From Sm TfUtcix rverCtty -vfSrliwy. Mav iS
Mm) H C-.vly atvl otiuMr, Ah tluV. A Wit.
cm,.I" ituu iul a ..JuU.tii. .s AlUml. ) a U !,
Ftou S.n Frmwrlsru. perOvacLv May !oMr J
H MTt swJlul.rrt Mrs IrLty, J W U-uitiwr au3
sifr, j Ita-kvMt.
NOTICE OF COPYRIGHT.
lie it remfntberetl tliat on the aid Jay of .May, a. t.
i88, Frvdvriri ItAgot, nowrrji.li'iy in HotKlulu, tiLind
of Oaliu, 11. I., in as.x-jrJ.ince with bection 3 of an "Act
to encourage lt.tm.11,; in this Unilum by ivecurms lite
copies of duns nnJboVta tlieaiuhorsunjproi.rictoit
or such copies," ap,rve.l the 31U of December, a. u.
1864, has Jeioiitc4 in this ofiice the title of lits boot,
and also hi U10L emtilcU: 'McKkxnb.Vs Hawaiian
DtRixToav,' Iiitiujuij a city directory of Honolulu,
andluirtd'hoolirit the Kin,domf Ilau'aii, crvint name.
js...ujMiiuii, in.41. in uuitint-., ana rcsMairs ci ine auuli
iroimlatWii of the City of Honolulu ani hbrnlofOhu.
Ai rt.tme a mi au-jrvme-. 01 an
und leailinu: r
the oilier U.ut Is. together with uatuiical lerrlfy4n.,..
(if all uroi.iiiH.ti. ctaentles and industrisTt, rtoii, tf
travel and decri((ioii of the jrin.ipal ioJntt of interest
ou the Havyaittj, InlarkU, elued by said Frederick
Hi jot, ihe rights of which look he claims as autho r.
In testinhrfiy uhertof, I have hereunto set my hand
aad caused the teal of tho Intrrior l).:ariinent to be
atfueU at HonuUdo, this sj(J day of .May, ttttts).
CHA. 1. UtILICK,
vRAL Minister of the Interior.
19 j-a to.
11 01 111c Liiyoi iionoiuiuanj liunlol L-Uhu.
t and addrvxse-. of all fiUntcrs pLuitation and
citiies, mtrihantt, tuck men, lt tiled mechtnio.
ng residents uativtt' furfijn und ChincNc) ot
U Srsv trl trrsrvar liter. hhlll .. !.E.rs1 .1 ..I... .. ..
IIeaikjuautebji, Oan. V. DkIino Tost,
lirand Aioiy of the Ueuuhlic
H.mon.'l.u, II. I., Mayaj. i53.
I. In olwlience to ceneral orjer. from both the
National and Depanmen; Headquarters, and in pur.
luancc of lira honorej and appropritte custom: a
memorial sen ice in honor of the dud who served In
the Army and Navy of Ihe United Slates during the
War of til. licbeliion will be held on Sunday, May
a. All member! of Oca W. De Ixig Posr,O.A.R
will assemble al their hall promptly at 7 o'clock Sunday
.idling. All Union ijjitn mat sailors now in the
Untied Slatts service, or who Lai bcryi honorably ills.
charged, are invited to assembla with the ljsl.
Column will be formed, and the Post and ittgucit. will
inarch to Foit-Slrret Churcti, where appropriate reli
irloiustriiccs will be held, and Comrade J. A. Ciuun
will preach a Memorial Soruion.
3, Alt Americans resld.nt in Honolulu and the ciit
jtosrjeirerally are conlialiy Invited to tie prttei.l at Ihis
nieuiorUI srv.ce, and aisiu la Joins fminj liojior to
the memory of llie bravo nn wtio periled their live, la
defense of countty, liberty and erpaaliiy,
liy comuuud 01
SAMUEL NOrr, lsi Cooiuunder.
I- L. llAKVir, Acltas-Adjiilaiiu
30 Days, 30 days.
GRAND CI.KARANCn SAl.K
uKi'OKt: STOCK TAKINll AT
CJtAS, . FSL'S
i.i:adin(5 M11.1.1NKRV house,
COll FORT AMI HOTEL STi.,
Ctmmtniing MdiUijt, May 3lh, ai.it foiling
Thirty lUjt I
UNUSUAL IIAIUSAINS IN
UVKRV DKl'ART.Nili.T I
FAKRV AUTICLE JIAHXED IKHVN
UHKAT ILVKIUIHS IN MII.UNITsV.
ISIMK.NSi: IIAUOAINS IN F.MUROIDEKV
I.AC6S, SHU. 11031 1'.KV.
LAD1IA" UNDKIsWKAU, LTC.. irFC.
ORU.T REDUCTION IN n.i.KCU KID
SllOiy. W'E ABtOv'EKSIOCKKtIN.SllOI
taj Plr of I,iUc.'., 0, S ami 10 Niton
KID (iI.OVn.S, tlishtly ibuuussl )vt cLicc
for vnl)$it) a nir-tdo vrty bet, lrau.l uf
OI.HCi in tlii miiUl.
A visit In my store, ml cvamiMtina uf my
studs will pive Uilirs a U Hit Wei uf tlw vices
.unl tl.-.. ut ials is-clfusl ttuik an tnuiiicm
tlpn uf pliers in iKit r-jucc, ,
CIIAS, I. riHUKIi; m&wk mt Kttit
Cur. Fulfc Hotel. i4Cor. Kvsi'uiai M.nhar.1 Sis
O-. Mis . Jliii St., WAtmUlf, M-VUi
'11 QwHiilUlm In Suit
KENNEDY & CD'S.
THE WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN in
vestment Company (lLnlted.)
Money loaned for long or short period! on approved
security. Apply lo L. GKLKN,
Office Heaver Block, Fort St. Mana(;er.
BUTTERICK'S CUT PAPER
A new supply of ktesi ules just received lo be re
plcni.tiej each manih and for sale at their marked
prioeat TIIOS. C. THRUM'S
9J-im FoT St. Stoaa.
TVTOTICE OF REMOVAL.
THEIR I'L.CE OF HUINISS
Xo. as Qui:nx stiieut,
Neat door o W, O, Irwiu Jt Co.,
ThanVinc ihe pullic fur llrelr liberal patronaje duris,
IS. past KSenlei)ears,thy will d.slLelr Ust 14 rt
aln thvaantsfcl lb Il new store. lftm
IIdsiii.1 l, February ijth, 1SJ4.
Messrs. H. HaCkFltlli A CO., A(eols TYatisalUntic
Fire Iniuranc Company, Horrrlalu r
lfl.tr Slit I hereby U( loleiidsr Hysiuserr lhau'o
forthnituairsJulelib.lMlseltremenlrjf lee Ls, I si..-
tained thrauf Uliie deunicliral by hr. of my tac lA
busiTln KohaUduilnjih. ruiihi of iheith iiMtaui.
luaislJrrU my duly to rivxjnineiLd ttv Insurant.
rowpanyforwhrctiyoiiai lh Axnils to all lurtics
H.wwirw 'rv.nsM.it ...v.r jm.iJ.rij uv lusorjJKS,
1 wa, Ikar bas. Kv.pctlfa.lv Yiairt,
ilfjw (JKO. SANIIF.KMAN.
T-ySS0LUT10N OF CO-l'AKTNEKSHIt,
Th. co-partnership of J. WiUiami awl t. II,
'I rulthcr, dotuc LuraiHiM hitUs city m ph r(orid.k
sitUls. etc. under the rsrni nam. of 1. Wdharas a: il
Ultijs itayriiswtvedby luutuat coosru.1. 1- H. TUslcbrr
'lrS.buai.nsi will 1 rgailiMM.I by th undtiiUncd
.int ami. imYUHmV9 (() tl iMXr. B4I UtviTHa-.
iiitouuis. J, WJI.LIAHS.
ATLTOLPU & EDWARDS,
" mruiiuau uiuit,m
Orurtrlr; iv.rfafoiu um4 Prut,
U. KlKii aauNv'uasu hr.,.., HoaoU'tai
I'tsili Uuvdi ty vny Uiaum.
I', CV llosijo. . 'IIUIV-I.3W.
At & OMsti'iiW tl thU Uuiiikiav. hM si tlwlV tJtXm &i
K4fciiv wt Mjj yli. 3U. ttu fUssUikf vcr
rtctsiM hm uni)4 )ar. a;
Yt-lUt - - JAW HlSNtXiN
k t'rvsidsna - s Git'. K llsaiCA
ACS.IStl.rV v ai - 'lukL If. tam.t
Twsf -- 'lr.U. K. WAl-tVt
1 VVi)ffVV ffltSUal
Iluuuloia, May IJ, itaJj. - 104-31 '
'OR SYDNEY Via AUCKLAND.
The Splendid Steam.hip
CITY OF SttKVJJX'
On or nbont- May 17th
To. ajenls h. & now prepared to issue tLlets to
Swi Francisco and retura far J.jj, the round trip. v
Ooirds Jot slirpirwr.tS'rxr steamer can now be stored,
- C1"V' '" ,ht firtPr"'f warehouse near the
For freight or passagr, apply to
) 11. HACKFKLD fc Co.. Atenti.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
C. nr.r.ur.it .0 wj;m.vi', .ijrr.
Mmharvlis. rrtsfre,! Sirrrae Free, and liWral c
advances made on shipments by this line.
POR SAW FRANCISCO
The favorite bricanlirie
Will hav quick dispatch for the above wt.
lreinc or passage apply o
W. G. IRWIN t CO.
PACIFIC NAVIGATION CO.
Ciuitllnti "ml Commhilan .lii-nln.
Cmtr QUKIi.V A- A'UUA.VU Strttli, llntMu.
Kexular leaxU for the pjrt of 0-vf'
Maliloand Haliaon M41I,
Lauuahoehoc, llonorou. faukaaand Hiloon
Koloa, I Iaiiape and Waioseit on Kauai, and
Walatiu ou Oahu,
,nd any other .orts when tnducemenls offer.
Persons havroj frtijhtl lor any part uf Ihe idands'lo
be forwarded from Sau FranciM by way of Honolulu,
or direct shipments from Honolulu wilt do well lo
emjutre Sm of th. I-aciA: Navinilon Co, Lfore
malins fual arransemems.
Ootids imeuded for shipment by any of our yesls
received and stored frc of char;. In our file-proof
tmilding at any llrne. Apply 10 the captains on board,
' A, F. COOKK.
1M-3M Manager Facilic NaviaikioCa.
FF1CE OF J.
FIRKI'ROOF HRICK UUILlMNO,
.Vu. 'JS Jlrrrhunt .Strrrl. loi,o,rM Jf, J,
TIvb only rocorilzi-.l Gnnertsl BnsU.
Acaut la tlto UlncUom.
Real Estate Droltrr, Ufa Insurant. Aient,
Custom House Broker, Emptojinett Acent,
Money Droatr. Fire tnsi-ranc. Aienl.
And General Llutines Agtat.
Rut F.sTAta PsratcTUMiT iW ,( Mt H.al
MMt In alt pans uf lb. Kln.-J.) j; Vabie Real Fslal.
mU pnwty of all Lhaisl Ram Mi Lust llous-v C,
tases, (uobuv and laud; Al' .nd lo Insurance, Tun,
KpJ,ix aiwl CuUectiiu J Keaulsj Draw L.jil
Capers uf my ualai., g arch TBI. Records, etc, etc
Kuriovutsr IlaaTuurr-Fnsd oplo).i.ni (n
all bruclVHofiii.lry connected wild ih. Islands.
Ocsuai. I' sixrtM Mumi-Kir, liools and
Accuuivli; r detl IIJU: loan and Inveu Money; Feo
nunship, '.oirijsjnr and all slid. .1 CopitaK dune;
Frocu,. .ir arid tai. inutraik.; Advertiieiueou atrri
Coirvs.-onJenc. attended 10.
C ,tuu llocsa ItaaaM-Aitead 11' all Fmri.
l'..ou.hur...rrfwtoimy and oibuwU.. M in bonis
rllu.kjiai. drissmiKU ap.cLd Uinfil 10 lUuiail
Soimnsn Amirr fur fie Maiual life Insuranc.
Cvttfuny of Niw Yurk. IU tarifnt, Iitai-kU auvl
wiwrdesi tuutranc CWiUMjiy la lb. wottX,
TjuiUiaul Travehn, ami the s4.lnj perau.
real horses un lb. Islands, will fvvl I 1 1 tUii idtan.
Ue lu conMiti jt. pertMudly or by ler.ef whea .uiubl.
aceauiwridaAloiss are r4'ilrvl, a.libev will find lito
Irvslf tniereH U ull lmt coeral UforuulkM per-
tsinlrut W ihj I lUruli.
CirmpidKic solicited from abroad and orders
CCtpred and ailed for I lawatuu Curios, I'enu, (-Vat.
hbrlli. Lav. $pecMeut, llwioi, Vh. , c, , ap,r.
Order ofeierv nalora utmdol u, coula frwa lb
'b ai!asL;nJ ha. bU day funssj a (wUxrriiip
U '.aurUhoaivM, Hawaii, Cr ll.e puvTuf till) lag
ou Ueiwral Utrctwirdiw Am. svuiaV tW aaiM uf
j. It. rUASFR.
Nr"H K. W, MAKNAED,
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