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C. S. BARTOW.
SATURDAY. KAItCII GOth,
At 10 It'cl -k-. A. M .
A' of Mr. D iv'n' ".m'' r. A"".;,,i "'.',
MILL I'.K SMLli WITIHA'T LF.-F.k.K ins:
BALANCE CF STOCK OH KAKD !
l lalha. l"miiufif, Tnilwr Tritiimina,
C'IoiIiIms. &-e. 4-r.
1 SF.WINfJ MACHINE, LOoKIM. lil.ASS.
Hath Tub. etc., I K,, tir.
017 TUESDAY, APEIL 2d,
At lO O'clock. A. M.. t Sales Boom, will be f ff-rfl
An Assortment of Merchandise !
Con!. ting of
M itrh. KT"ii Oil, Print, la-tinr. .'.lark If it.
Ii-.-ry. Y.fPUTi Y K.u? rsi... U bit? lafirit!t
r.t;on ptvnw, Hin, Kublt-r lloev
Y H.w l-r. .-lTaiu
C-w, aS! , P-ppr, He, etr-
S:ilo of tlio
IjAII.IE.'A SI ti Alt TIELT.. A;c.
at rum AC AUCTIOX.
Ir rrr.f rrnity i:h an if It n.!e ttii 2f th .lay f Mnrrh.
A. !. l-- 7. t-y tl.- Jl-m. K'lti'. i. I'A VIS. A--i.iic Jul..--f
Irw l,u;.rti. ITnurt. n t.'in n.ailf PI I'Ml BA1IIKK
4 Sao ranrii. r.. Al.i.M'tMH r it HUH fit ! 1 -.i
han.a. Japan. 't Iti" M- rtir -e f the l-l..w r-no-.l
.riif-rty. -i.t i-ra -r iwir.r m.l- in ih mailer of th Har.k.
ruy of Kiliii, All.j: A In , t t.ll on
SATURDAY, the 13th Day cf April Next.
At 11 OVfcck.
orrt n ton sai.k at vvr.uc alctiom
. I I b- Crt IIar Hoar, ia 1 1 (nolulu,
to the m;iiir iii:r it ca.-ii.
The Laliaina Sugar Irlill,
Sit.at'. It I!iin.l. Iln. X .Maui.
Tmf-th. iil th I. A?i It n.n whirli ih- - ime U tiliuttoi.
ami the Sh,i. 1 1 Machiwry, t arntture an t .artrn-
aiiC' t tl a-iiue lrl.,ni.ni i in any -i-rtaiiiin)(.
II. IIACKFILH Ac ' ....
Atl. rn.-J f..r l-ii-r Satle-r.
r. v. in nit i.-.
Atr..rnr f ATitkj'j.I ii ISroar.
j. w ai .-rix,
i . k. bi.-iMr.
Airr r.t ir.i- l.tati- ..f W!k. r. A'.ln r t'n.
Til Kit I" AVI I.l. ItK OHIKI-n
FOR SALE AT
0n Tuesday, the Cth day of April Nezt, ,
A I 11 O'cttatk. A. I ,
Lt F,l "f tf.f l',nl ..iw, ....'.:''(.
the pi:iii:rty known asthk
Chamberlain Brothers Plantation! r
At Waiatua. lslalal nf Oahu.
Wilh all 'hr Ia-. ItuiMtnir, Milt. Machinery. T."l. Im
plements, trjrts, Vt k', ric ttc a pertaining to the and
Befcfiinr lo this Ptsntation are " acres of t'ane I and and
IS arr s Taro l. tn I. 4 .7 acres ,4 pastnre Iin l wiw-l In Fee
timi-K SJ) acres of I'ane Lantl and acres Pt-ture I,. ml
Iraartl; the t'rop r 18.T t estiniand at SO t n of ruirar.
And on Tuesday, the ICth of April Kext!
U iil be mi l
At Waialna, itt th C han.hrrl tin Crt:her' Plat.tation,
Nine Yok of oei,
Vut 1 ote r fleer".
Twenty-five Cows and Calvsj.
And i Horse.
TKKMS AT SAI.K.
Tor further particnlara apply to V.. t HAHBiBi K, I-
CaiwattBLtlN, Waialua, or
C. R. I'f.-ITi'P.
J. . AI f-ri.N.
Assiilieev -f the Ijtate of Walker. Allen tk Co.
INSURE YOUR LIFE.
. a-u irwriiv i ifp IVw'I'nlVrP i t
ill.IAlI.li 1 .IA lall Ij I.VlLU.l.itw
Of New York.
Capital and Accumulation, over - S -1.m0H.0oo
Annual Inconii'. over - -Policies
ia Force, - - -Paid
for Loss.- bv Deaths,
Ii xi, r Stikss .........
C Y. W am-LK. ...........
J. U Hunt
II. Y. Wntftr
8. S. S-raBBiss
.......... I'resi lent.
,. ....... .Secretary.
Hn. f. nal-tau, E-q., Dlrrrter Tor the Parifit oa-t.
)OI.ICIF.S SsrKIT7pTIIK AMOl'STOF
k. J.W.OOO oo one life, and pavaMe in
ti O I. I it C V K K K X c v :
77h' Company off-rs thf Following AJrantaycs :
JTo Extra Charge for Traveling !
Annual Di.-tribu?ioii of Profits;
Loans mailt' on Policies ;
No laim 1'iipaitl ;
Important -V.tt Ftutnrr in Dtcil'til and AMet
of Jiiturarfr ;
IHtlJend Jinaarj lt. isct. 40 Per Out Ca-h.
Tli- fc.U..wi? are ex-mptr. cf the operation of the last
liTniVnt : .
lli-ir Inurtl lit 1 S'. n tj 4
ia r. ao.
Ae i i AtieMtie.
, Pawl. '
i II O
..l.l---l t- 1'I. ttl amount
p.icy. j of P...ey.
Jssute. ' suri-tl.
Tnis is an eiliretv i-.-w pi in. t.ri.-m itio.' wit'i this ('..n ptiiy.
a o, I ( frt an insurer the Ur-ri return ever made I y any
,.any m same p-.M.l. t S,.,:B Jfc r .
1-n.r..; sjenia lo Ihe Pacific t'twsl. an.l Sar.dwi.-I. Istaii.ls.
I1LX11V .l'Mll:ii. lS-ie-r.1 Travelina-A-ent.
Oilier. Mnkrr's i:..ildio. u p .Inira,
( HAS. IS. llliH(ll'. Kr.ident l.ral.
i:i:(i:ivi:d pek ship k-svi.i:. !"
Capt. lMorse, from Boston.
CKIIAIt ISOT IIOAKIIS. ASH tl A IIS,
lb 14 Ilasua. tl e Lotlhh.
bag lllas k IN J per.
lav a cirait.-I Sptc--.
Sola. Cream of Tartar, Ac , Ac.
And f. sale hy lWlXl A Co.
TAIl AND PITCH!
Stockholm T tr in harrels and half harrets,
Stockholm Pilch i barrels and half barrels,
foul Tar in barrels and half birrels.
recf.iff.o rr.K n. tr. iroou.
l or rale hy IK.LLF3 & Co.
Russia Hemp Cordage,
Juft Received per li. II. ll'ood.
Hemp Crdai.-'. :- 'r-tm 2 in. lo 7 in.-h.-,
Katlin. Marlin. Ihius- liti, Spunyarn. i c. elc.
For Sale hy UuLLfcS A. Co.
JEtst quality all IU Canvas, a Till ass.irtmeiit of Humeri.
IleceiccJ per Syren This J)uy.
For Sale hy I'.OLLtjj k Co.
Westphalia Hams, received per E.W. Wood,
A Smull lot of Very Superior IJuality.
For Sale by fcoLLES k. Co.
OATS, received per A. A. Eldridge,
Yt Sale by
Iitcludin Size from iu.
For Sale hy
to 4 inehes.
DOLLES & Co.
II A V A S A CKJAItS !
A f t Choice HAFASA CIGARS.
nricfd per Ii'irk Fujle.
6"H For Sale hy BOLI.fcf A; Co.
H. V. SEVERANCE.
REGULAR SALE !
i.roi'rric. Dry f.ouri, Clothing, Crock
ery Wore, nnl Ci-neral ?Icrclinn!ie.
.... o S ....
WEDNESDAY, - APEIL 3d,
At K..im, at 10 oVivk, A. M .,
.1 '.. f-ir Afimut if irff.tt it in'HJ i'nurrrnz
1 "l,r -n-.m-t. r, ILH," j t..l- ti. No. 5
1 Ctiri'iioiD' t'.r. I'uikifi-on if Fr.id-dam, No. 1109.
A I I
1 f lii-:..m.-tT. F.d. I!ak.-r. Lti: Ion, So. 17.
The above Chr"i:'rtjie:er ar- in irtcd Or-lr and Coil.lk'0.
.A-t -A. notion.
" ON SATURDAY, - - - - APHIL 27th,
At 12 O'clock, M., at So.!- Vs,m, wil b .'ol 1
One I'ire ICnsine in I'eiii i t Order,
liuiit id Pin Kriicici), frm 7 to 9 inch stilf, C iiich cySiixl'T,
OXK I I UK KMJI.XK. (D.a ci. J:.-.t.n. roakrr.) 9
i inch cyhiul- r. i in- h tr k-, and with slight repair co l
luo-lnr with HOSE L.I Kill. 4JE.
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION !
H virtue i.f an .il-r .f Sale
suvJ t.y the late II. m.
ciy,i li. M. Kobkktsi.h, lirt A--ia: Jti.' ck- oi theSui-nrme
Cmiri. t.i J. KAUAI. A.:i.i:nlr ili.r nf the Kitale of
A .11 l.lh()l.y. Il f. tile f f llul.i.luci, il ci a-e.l,
I wlil CSVr I'ur Sa!f i.l Public Anrtiou !
At t.'.e Court II u- .- r, in II notulu,
0a TUESDAY, the 30th day of April!
At 12 OV1 k, M.,
0. HALF Of THE AllLVVAA OF
HSLa. X3 UL JZL SSL !
hi:uatt-il in Il.imal.ua. Ijl.srul i.f Hawaii.
II. W. PI.Vl.ltAXCK, Aiictinneer.
U'.""-' I5K MIMI AT IM'HI.If? AI TTIOX,
V in Ir on i.f the t i.nrt ll..o-e -x in II. n lulu.
On Saturday, the 20th Day of April nest,
At I VlH-k. M ,
Alt lh riir'.t. ti?3r arl lnt.Tt whu h (!- Aitrn-- ( M alk-r.
;.! A ., In-'. t r--lt-ii it ia.r:jf.uc i or -in.iH t ;a
I'J la, AUtlII, f lilt
Onomea Sugar Plantation!
W-:h all tif pr rty c-:n- witS aii'l h-ljitpif:g r tK
I'l.iritatiofi. mti'i ly U kker. A H-n K uiiir-ii to
Hrurr t!. om 4 til p.xTjT'f'Mir TlHHi.tnI I.tUr4.
IK- I Uitlti'Jii ciiiL-t! bf n ut :;, xj cr- of 1mI. of
h rr-n arf n w l;int I Cane, mj ti- cr f
?i'.r ai.e ( on t r.t lu.. Th.- l it w-II ;itrrr.i mtJ
i V.mtrl. T!h ltU hit filK Wilt T - -IT M 1 1 1..I lt.rit.
i.'i tl.- Miil Luil lin, arf Witfun Ult a unit: of l.b'linjr.
I' r furlhfrr aiiiniloini y t
S. I ArTi, IJi:o, llrttraii.
J. W. AI'.-TIN,
T. K. ItlllMP,
t6i 6: A4i(;fii of the Kfnte f.f Vilkr-r. Alln Jt
Douncr's Sl.indard Iutoc:u Gil.
'HMIK I'XDKKMt; KI filTER FOU.S.1I.K
B ji .-r AKitivi.n
Per Syren, S00 Cases of this Superior Oil.
Warranted full weight an I inm-uit.
j& J "ilv
rwxlIK lMEUSIf:XFI) IIAVIVf; Till? IAY
s.td his Kr.rire st.s-k and li.t.-re-i itt ihe ltKi-r M4RKKT
kie.wn as III' Fl-'l S l A It li KT." in K .i.e Sireti,
! Mr. K. A.-KUt T. w.-uld l-jf I ave lo reroinmend Mr As-put
lo former cut tii -r, an. I to s ilant f .r him a r.nitiiiuance of
that liln-rul patrt.nae whi.-h he has so l'tinf enj vt-l
ll .ii. .lulu. Mirth lih, lstiT. tl. II IiOVIh
tvi this n tr iM'itni ski or
lid Mr. i:. I'. II yd the Kntire Pit r--t of the aril known
- In mi's Mamkkt." I h-p leave to noti y its patrons ami my
friends iii genera', that I will c.n-ii.ue the husint ss at the old
stand, where wiil always lie Mind the
lies! oT Iteef. 31 ut ton, Pork, etc..
And where all will be strv.-d to their s itisf.iction.
Superior Kav.aihae PttTATiiilS roustsntlv on hand.
K. AS I 'M T.
Honolulu, Man-h lat'-, lsi',7. 605 lm
GEfiTLEWEH'S DRESS GOODS!
VTT FISCHER Vll'I.I IXFOISM THK
Liriitl.-iuen i.f ilonohilu that he is uaiu rratly to fur-
nirii Iheni with
Clothing of Every Description !
Cut and MaJ: ufhr tl.e Lafest Styh-,
And in a thorough manner.
rAr.TICI I.AIt ATTENTION IS IURItTril TO A
MAY ST.MK OF LOTUS AMI CAS.sIMF.KKS!
Selected Kxpresslv for this Market.
Please call ami examine at my New Stand on Fort Street,
o --sile odd I'eilow's I1..II. io5 at
THE EQIITIELE LITE AsMK.LMK SOdETY,
No. 'J'2 Drondway, New York,
THK I'XITKII ST A T US f.tSIALTV IXM'
II A X f K ' l V A X V.
98 Broadwat, New Yobk.
hk v MiF.usii; nf.ii H.vixr; IS K K X
pp(Olllte A ti It N r i f the nlr.ve ltallel "lllpauies.
is prepared t.. r -c. ive applicali-tis f-.r I. It I. lA.MK fM l.
in I'.ant.'tt.y wh.nM? -'sut-c.-ss is unp.trail.-lcd iu the history of
To issue pol icies f .r CASUALTY' ISSURAScE in the
n;y Mutual Accident Cmp ...y ... Am. r.ra. 1;KrKWTlf
' - - - .
SPEHI.I AND WHALE OIL.
riivr iri,v iiAXiinnrf nut sai.k
l y the CASE, IS AKUF.I. or tiAl.l.O.V at
dOj oil! li'lLLl.:
rB'IIK I'XTIKItSlf. XKH 11.4 VI Xfi Sfll.ll ol'T
S his l.mire yi.s-k and Hiiu..-. latere-i in Til l iKil T
liKocmr ai l..u rr.si." lo Air. I. Ilnrila-lt. w..uld
1 V leave t-i r.w.i len I Mr It. I . hi- f..rtie i Customers, and
solicit f r him a -otitiiiua:ife of that hle ial . ttroi.k-.-, for
which be hrts have lo return hi. most earliest think.
A. 1. CAU1 V. KHillT.
Honolulu, March Ilth.l'i7. !f liu
ijivixc this nw rniciitsFJi ok
E Mr. A. I'. I'ai.TWHii.ttr I. is I. it ire M. k and lluiuej
Inieresi in Ihe "l.a-tl.v I.Hno:r ASI lim STokK," the
sui-H-ril-T het-s to not iiy it s f rnier ltr.tn and h'S fri-nds in
Ken-ral. thai the l.usir.rss wi'I Is- continued at the n;.l Stand,
aisl pr mit'-s his le--: etT .rts ta cive every sati-fa-tiim to all
who may favor him with Ih- ir patronage.
Il.ino ulu. March Ulh. lsi"7. tl lm
SEASONED REDWOOD LUMBER!
rC A XTI.INC.. .!.!. SIZKS.
Sur ace,! Plank and B-.ar.l-. battens.
Uittice, Fancy pointed Pi. kit j. Plain P.cktts,
Nor' West Lumber Seasoned!
Flooring, Surfac-d Hoards,
Pickets, ltoOh ltoard-i.
Plank, Scant'in:;. Titn!s-r.
If you want to have yor.r Hui'd:ri: to last, aid your Floor
and Partai ns lo he til.l,
11 FY SKASOXKI) I.l' Mil Kit!
AILS, all kinds at I lie Lour-l Hates.
DOOKS, SASH AM) KLIN DS!
ll stzkS ok SrrEkioB yrai.tTT isn Cnsir.
a 1. .1 s '
A Large Assortment Selling at Hi If Price.
RKIISTKAD STI FF.
The very U-st 1 auit in the woral f.r Hoofs, irany work exposed
to the weatht r.
For Sale at Corner of Fort and Qurtn Streets
II y I I.. 1 OBBKIIT.
p. s. The makai, north we t corner, he p.r.icular ir you
phase. "I it
II . t'l S C II K K .
Fort Strret, tppcs'te F-'' w's Hall Hon' laiu, II. I.
Fresh Buckwheat Flour.
ITMtKMI KVK .MK..1.
' t.l 6t
f.r Mi C XM.r. 4- Co.
BOSTON T2R0WN BREAD!
rUIII KVK 111" 1AY A X I DEL1VKREI)
15 v M CANDLFSS A" Co
: IN" O rVJ C K !
,'E'iii: imikrsk; m:i fhom and ajtlh
A M ir-Jj ;M. nil! t.;v a -.up ..ly tf
Fresh Kavaihae Potatoes !
i 562 it M-CANDLKSS A Co.
inn viri-iM rvi:i vri. i. i- ....! :rs
fur Saie at llaif Trice ly
105 5t L. L TiKBEKT.
Eton c lV;aiitc.
rgniK rxiKr.sif;M:ii avh.l
H L1 OF
At the If ate of Seven Dollars per Toil,
I-iv.T".l on the Wharf in !l'ir.!u!u.
t.-.j St II. II ACKFKLD C...
Just Received by the Morning Star
AND FOll SALE BY
CASTLE 6l COOKE.
KST WHITE ASH A XTHflACITE I1R0K
!!-'. Pie Irn.
11 -si Sh.x.k an.I II. s s t.:irn-l an.l ken;
lif-,t I'r l Wliite Pi re l.ilfnlier.
Ik-t Ilari 1'iue Laiuiiier,
P -st P.rea.I in bsm-ln.
II- -t Cut Nail. 4. 40. -JO. 4u. 'M anil 60.1.
It. t Car! Match- ill c:i.. lm
ROOMS and EOAED !
At EMMA HOUSE.
The New England Mutual
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY !
1 CAST f. I. V- C: O t li l: . A ti i: X T S .
j fgillK TKStIS OP I.VSI'R t(T IX THIS
I m .',.ir..ai.y are as low as a:iy other p.-?ionsilile cmftany,
I and i e..i.i-it m with ale'.y.
' - The l.'.aniiaiiy li.-io!.' .ur. iy mutual, insures at Ih' I.owkt
! p..siBi.K Hatks. antl if the I'rt iiiiuiii p iid exce.-. the actual
ci nt. tlie -urpius i. r.tuni.d to Ih.- p trti. ln-ur.:.s."
' p..n v li..;..-r wh e iM.tirir date i.ri..r t the apH-in'.inent
I the uii.l. rs.ne.l, ran pay their pr. niiuini to ua il Ihey de-
lire In Ou tit. .ij -r.t. iM.n-rrs aim crew ..-.i eeryiiniur t'l any value, ii.iti
XOW ! till Time lO Insure. j the aeci l.nl ha.n.d l.y niiil.t, llirre would ttetrii l..s of live .
I al-tt. ISut, ih .nk liml. w i.il i-..t stfe i n sh'.re, where we re
The iii.urrtl can visit the P.tcil'n: I-l mils, the etern loast I mji,K-.l until K-I.ru irv 15. lsdT. Inv iu br-ii ma.ln r...n.
; i f Ain. rica. and the l-a;. tii Atlantic Suitei., ia I'liniiuiii,
will...ut t lra I'h tre.
Dividends Payatle Annually in Cash.
5 oin CAsTLK k tirnKK, Aent.
i TIIK ItUITISlI AMI I'OItniCX
MARINE INSURANCE COMP'Y. ;
CAPITAL, ONE 1MILLI02I STEHLIIIG. ;
I Head iit'H-e, .M.ttit h.nler lluildincs, Liverioo
j Ao.ts at HooLl'i.r,
I J ANION. (iUKK.V i Co.
' N. n Thi Company take rifka on g.iotU only and not on ,
' vessels. b(i lim
t'ON.-l LATK ok tiik l'NITi:t STATUS nf AMKKICA, I !
Ithaiiia, Hawaiian Islands, March 9th, !Su7. ) i
Proposals for Exchange.
B)KUI'OSAIS FOli THK KXCIIAXOK OF I plosion no damage could be done to the city. Ac
ll.is Coi.siil iie f. r Ihe quarter end.nif March 31st. 1SJ7, cording! V, their K.vcelleneies the Minister or the
(paya'de infold.) will he icceived at this Otlice until April
KI.IAS PKItKIXg. V. ?. Conu!.
IFire Wood, Fire Yfood, Fire Wood.
C'OIIIIS FIKK WOO II, II It Y A X II
in Prime Order.
For Sale hy U API.KE & IltWIN.
Just Ils'Ci'ivrd per Syren fruni Doslon
And tor Sak at the
FamilV GrOCCrV and Feed Store '
amlly -rOt eryailU r Ct-U Oiore .
KST 'IIKI4 VIXKfJAK.
C3 Frrili t'..rn March. Kitts llahhut Fins,
Kitt- No."l Mackerel, Kilts TcnKues and Sounds,
liri- .l Appl.-s, ii. tr and tn-h;
Fresh Nulim-es. Fresh Yeast Powders,
Fresh Hairy Cheese.
661 6t I. Tt AUTI.F.TT.
EY RECENT ARRIVALS !
....VIZ.. ITU.... i
.lBiB3 ASllOEJ reel;! COESlCt
fl-tblfORMA CRKIJI CIIKKSK,
Itape Seed, Frc-Oi Apples,
Cul. I af Ijit I. Iiillinc's Siijrnr Cured Hams,
Ciming' Jt-llii-s in fliiss,
Cnta. Mustard, Penrl Starch,
McMarraj Oyster. Pure Ietnon ?j rup.
Pure Madras Curry,
C.iiif una Prietl Pi-acl.es.
Kaslern f ranlierries, Paciilc Cotlfisli.
Sal. .-',.. la. Sacks Oats, Cal. Onions,
Iluckwh.at Flour, Hominy,
Kye ?Ieal, Gold.-n Cite Flour, Bran
Sussr Crackers, Wafer Cracker.
AVine Cracker". Milk Crackers,
Pu nic CracVt rs, II tst m Crackers,
Stria Crackers, Lind -rees.
New Year Cuke. Conferee,
Choice Ye.lo Ij.'.f Japan Tea,
Choice Natural Leaf Japan Ten,
Choice Natural baf Japan Young Hyson,
Choice Comet T-a.
Very Ik-la: ate flavor O-.luiig Teas.
PutteJ Meats, for lunch;
Anchovy and Ploater Paste,
ntiKlish Jams, 1 aud 2 lh. jars;
IKcaiitrrs Sa'ad Oil.
Citron, trati?e and I., mon Peel.
Knplii-h Mu-t ,rd, F.npli-h Vermicelli nial Macaroni,
Fre-h Sartlines, K:i:li.-h Asst.rle.1 Soups,
Kuitlish I't-iptr, Cinnamon, Ginger, Ac.
mOLOKAI DAIRY BUTTER ! !
1 Dairies of Myers and Dwight.
ALSO FKO.M TIIK
Dairy of Mr. Sam'l Andrews
AT K AILl'A.
! ItKCKlVF.U AND FOR SAI.K BY
I iCI 5t I. UTI.KTT.
CF.L F.miA TF.D
. CoiiHnercia! Advertiser.
sat run a v. maiu it v.o.
xoti:s or Tin: u i:r.K.
Ko oT the rlipiM-r liip "Katliny,"
I;v tL :i: rival yctoi d.iv of ti.i- sclitxmiT Sin
',' ;. fr.'tn II 'wLiri'Ts I.-Ian-.l. we learn ef the loss
of tl.e ;il,..vi- n.inn il isi l. unj are inl"Lteil ti
Cij tain IVit:ii;n. l.r li- f'.lfw inir :'irtii nlars :
-Tbi- sl.ip Koll, yj. f tons rci-t r,
f th.- jMit t ol I.ivei ichj5. ;ii!eil from r."inlay. Vt.
1 7:!i. Inw:. for IlnwlntnlV Is!;inl. Kxjerienceil
f.nui winils anil line weatln-r until r-aoliing tlie
Fri'-tiJIv I-laiiil-i. ffoiu t'miice l. the Iviuatur.
.-uvnjt iiortLerlj' pales ainl mi;il!s. wiili culms fur
three or f .iir ilays. wiiii li eausej rather a loisg jiass-
age of 1'ti days. Arriveil at HxwlanJ's Ilanil.
J.tiiuary '.. l,-i;7. win n we had very wir-etlleil
wcailier f'-r several ilavs. having u cliji once atul
Iut to s.':t.
:i S ii'.'l iy. January 2'. 1S:',7. while lyinjr at tLe
n;o'rini;s. swung taut etr finm the rref with fresli
trade winds, a black cluiid in jias.-ing overheatl
caned the wind to shift suddenlv Iioni the west-
ward. Got a spring ei the buoy, which helped to
keep the ship from striking very heavy as she
swung round, but she started the stern-post which
, caused her to leak a poo J deal. W'e then hung the
' .-hip to the buoy amid-hips. parallel with the i-l.uid
with her head to the S. r5. W.. but the heavy surf
and w ind wore hoavinsr ship and moorings right on
: the reef, being then w ithin l." feet ol striking.
As a last resource, we made sail, and in a few
minutes slipped Iroiu the buoy, but the ship hail
not gone half her length In-fore she was hove
j broad-';. lo on the reef, wheie she instantly bilged
j and commenced filling fast, the ship laboring and
i rolling so heavily on the reef that it was impos-i-,
b!e to stand on the decks. A few minutes afier
! wards, the main and mi.en m ists fell. A part of
the creu-jjot into a boat and put on" from the ship
. Fin.iinir I cutil ill no rn .re on timnl, I I. ft the ship with the
j rcinain ler of the rr.-w, hi-r t.iipa!I int-li.r.-catle ln-injt then un-
j il-r wat.-r. A few niiimi.s afteraar.li he f. II .ff the reef and
! iuiik in trie tiii.rt iee il one nnur irom tlie time of the wind
ve-TiKir. It N ii:i:.os.-il.ft t.i :ire a Ml.it. nt ll.iu-lt.a- tl..l
I . ...h a u .Men ?h-ft of wind, a.! ifs my e.rm belief the
I iuii w-iii utt.i r to? isianii, as non iaiiti s iiaiia. is in my opin-
'". 'ike hum-h of e .r.il it an old oak ir.-e with th.- t.'.p part
i J'11 "U.ve water. I don't Ih l.eve yoj a nuld gn souniiin with
. I,1! tiiilmma hue -OO ft-et from the reef.
J Th -A"oi.iy was a i-.!. i..h.l ri.'i.er i-hip. I nui-t f ive Mr.
' Wei.tervrlt.hrr buil.l.-r. real pr:n- in me lelinp her. S,e
; u:" hoi" in New irii in lso-l. We had taken on lourd altt.ut
4"U tons -.r -juano. ami had a fair ri.spret of cmupl- ti..g our
' earfi of ld'O tons in tw.-nty 6ve days
: f.iriai le as thinm wu.il I ullow. I ins shi.rt of rvervtliii-i! on the
.island l'ap:;-.iii t hi-h.iliu, t.iiirii.teiid-nt i f the i.-lanj. de-
! servei thf hii.-tieat praise in wurkini; verythinir for the hrst.
i He also lent us every HSM-'.anre in trying to keep the ship off
, the P-ef. '
V e have had a ami teilious passaee tt II..m.u!u, L-ettinc
' sh..rt of every ihmir. On Sunday last te t..uched at t'.a.k'
ttiictinraee at Nnhaii, where t'apt. Teniitn.m rectlved priat
kiiitlue-ts fioin Mr. Sine, air nnd his two nephews. Thry suit-
Pli.d us with time rhe., l sev. r.n hacs of ,,.tat. s and
i.r...iu-ht them ..ff after dark to the schooner, which kindne-s I
pass..,!-. Ihe crew of the hathtitf is twenty-five men all tultl.
laite Master of Ttntish flop hatha
I made tlow'mid I.-laud lo W iu Lat. 0 47 uO N.. tainir.
Ni:w Powuki: Mai'azink. The po-iiion of the
present liowder luairazine. from its low sim-itioii
an.l proximitv to tne prison, being considered dan- i circulated among the whaling Ih-et should remein
irerous. it was deemed a.Hist.ble to lo.il.l - I1Hlr I T t!iat every shipmaster leaving port takes files
one in such a position that in the event of an ex-
iiiieiioi uuu me i iiiveriior. alter a careiui sui vcv
of all the sites iu the immediate vicinity combining
the above requirements of saiely with moderate
facility of access, fixed tip-in a site on the east Hank
of Punchbowl Hiil. completely sliiit out from the
view of the city, and yet within hall a mile of it.
On this site has lately been built, of Hawaiian
bricks, a magazine of a size sutlicient for all our
requirements, wit., a proiec nig wan oi ten ieet !
liiiih all aroiinii it, also built ot Hawaiian bricks.!
The wed as th, protecting wall, are i
. 4.,lllill.l, , ,ru T,,e inU.ril)1. is ,ia,Ml MJ,
helves tor slowing the powder on. 1 l:e root and
tlaors are sheatli-it will. zinc, ami the tloors nave i
brass hinges, locks and bolls. 1'he floor is fastened
with trenails in-tead of the usual nails, and every :
precaution that Ihe limited means at command ad- i
mitted or has been taken to guard against tl.e pos- !
sibility of accident. It is njw ready for use. and ,
we in. iv congratulate ourselves that a dangerous :
? . i " 111 - 1 . .... .1 t ..1 .1... i. !
, neioiMM.r win soon oe .cuiineu i.eoitu me it-iicii :
of harm. Mr. Sterling planned and sui
the work. O'lZ'.tte.
j Somkwiiat flithitv.
f At ll.it-iil nr. ltohert It.trrr. of tlie Ciil-f, .mts Teninerince
i l ....i.. u...i vv l ..r , l. -....a ..r 1-.-.. i. .1 ll....r.t..l., f
1 h-iaiiriiip on Temperance. It looks like sending coals to New- ;
castl-. this si'iidirp tenip. ranee 1-etun is tt a KiiiR.loin where :
I lapior is not allowed lo he made or 9 Jd. Alia. ,
The itemizer of the -17 has evidently never'
., ,., r - 1 , ,,.;(Ti.f 1, L ititten th-tt lim
vi.-it,d Honolulu, or la might li.iv. known that thi ,
boot is on the other leg. Liutmrs are freely sold in ;
Honolulu and illegally manufactured all over the isl-
ami are aitogetner more ai.umiant man water, i
wno re.urneu to .an irnncisco in uie .
to enlighten the press there
on tl.e subject. Tl.e prohibitory law applies to
"natives of this kingdom." while there is no re- ,
suk1'"" u "'g'" '- r foreign born subjects. ,
Dtt.iTii ok P.kv. J. S. EM,:nso.v.( Tuesday !
, . . ,, . . ... ,-,.--," ;
la-t. the Lev. John Kmei -son died at aialua, ,
Oahii. if apoplexy and jiartial paralysis. This
was the third attack of apoplexy which Mr. E
hail sitstaiiieil. the lirst haviif oi-ettireil in Is.'itl
i ;,. i.:- .i ,t i:,,..i ;.. ii r.
,ot- :-,- ..mi in tin., to, .to... .'.. i.t ii in e itii
years elapsing between each attack. He came to
these I-lauds in the missionary reinforcement of
lv:;j. with the late lr. Armstrong. Mr. lingers the
printer, and others, and with the exception of three
years spent at Lahainaluna. lias re-ided continu
ously at Waialua. as the pastor of the native church
there. lie was a native of the State of Maine, and
was about 07 years of age at the time ol his death.
A Smi-ii it. I.at Thursday, as a horse and
buggy belonging to Messrs. Along A: Achuck, well-
known Chinese merchants, was standing in front of
their store on Xiiuami street, a mischievous nativi
boy came along, beating a tin can. The horse,
which is nn iniiiorteil f-'.it.i.il look frio-ht at the un- .
usual noise, and started off up King street, at a
ami started olF up King street, at a
furious rate upsetting and smashing the buggy. !
which was a very fine one. leaving nothing intact .
except the wheels. The hor-e was also Consider
ably injured about the heels in kicking himself
clear of the w reck, and did not stop running until
he got to Mat.oa.
A m:w Ko.vv Packi:t. We understand that the
schooner Frnittr. owned by C. A. Williams A Co..
hav ing been put in thorough order, will be placed
on the route bctweed Honolulu and Kona. She ; every benefit and privilege that the business will
will he under the command of that veteran coaster, admit and the public convenience requires, justi
Captain Lorenzo Marchant. who in former years ted by sound calculations.
was so well and favorably known as master of the ' Life insurance being no longer an experiment
old K'h-'i'd'iohi. in the Kona trade. The residents or a problem, the calculations having been re
of that part of Hawaii will doubtless be pleased to duced to tuch a degree ol certainty as to allow of
hear that the Captain is going to return to his old : little or no variation, any company is justified in
rt.ute. and we opine that the new packet will prove going, (as far as financial soundness will admit)
an advantage to the traveling public. ! toward removing objectionable restrictions and
Chemical Exhikitioxs. Mr. Kinney, the Princi
pal of the Hoyal School, gave a second exhibition
on Saturday evenintr of last week at the Theatre. ;
on which occasion the house was ajrain crowded
The receipts from the two exhibition, we learn,
have amounted to about two hundred dollars,
clear of expenses. vhL'h will be devoted to the
purchase of a iiielodeoii and chemical apparatus .
t'.ir the H-iyal School. This school, under the di- .
rectioii of Prof. Kinney, with the able as.-i-tance of
Mis.-. Mary Cooke, is. we are pleased to learn, in a
t'nui'i-hini: coinliii-in. '.
Who Gkt it? Whalemen will remember that
the wreck of tl.e ship 'ntuiiu was deserted last
fall iu the Arctic, and when last seen was Heating
sal'e and sound. She had 1-M0 barrels of oil on
board, which, ev.-n if the vessel went to pieces,
ought to b somewhere in that region ashore or
ath-at. or peih.ips in the hands ol the Indians.
There ni.iv be :i ( l ance i,,r a fit take." if the ,
man :il ihe in 1-1 head l.t-eps a good lookout.
Thu Tkmi'ki: iven I.Kvci t:. TLe interest in this
as:iciat:-n still cT'.'.iu.-s. ami its n:cr.ilers ituw
number ine hundred and thirty. Its Thu!day
eveliing inet Ui'jrs a;e jdcaaut .-octal paiherins.
and soti;e ery po d speakii;: i- beard from the
in-'!, bet- and other-'. Last Thursday nipht. int. r
s;;:.p sjn-eches were made by Mr-sr-. II. A. 1.
farter. 1. Ctislim.in Jolles Fetters. I.Volis. and
tith'-rs. Occasionally tliey liave sotiK' very excellent
sitipinp. ( r.e jiecuiiaiity about this organization
ni.iy be noticed, and that is that the youths of our
city are joining it in larpe m.n.l ers. and ajr ar to
take that lively intere-t in the eaue which is so
charade: islio of adolecent Imaiuuity. A habit ( f
tectoiistu formed on the threhoid of life, will .f.-.-u
prove a satcpuaril apainst nniolJ evils. "So tuot'
it be with " the rising ueneratioti of llouolnlu.
. Sm.i; ok v.ik MiHiMMi Stak. Tl i v s-el saileil
f,,r Fatnhiwa. Mar-jnes : lla:nl-. n 'l"lmrs.Iay
list, intetidinp to touch at lltlo. where she will
take on board the Kev. Mr. C'oan. as tb-lcp.ite from
the Hawaiian Mi-.-ioii. A number of Marijuesaiis.
who came here with the Hon. John li. some time
aio. return by this oppoitiinny to their native il
uuds. A reinforcetm-nt id' mis-ionaries also proceed
to the Marquesas I-btuds. coiiiting of three males
and one tetnale. tia'.ives of those Islands, who have
been living at Una. with the Ilev. J. I'.icknell. and
there embraced the Cln i-tian religion. The pood
wishes of thousands of Utile hearts will accompany
the gallant vessel on her voyage.
I i.i mk Kt Moi:. This proverbially unreliable and
gossiping lady was out on the street yesterday.
with the report that a decision was about to be
come to by the p iwcrs that be, in regard to filling
the vacant seat on the I'.eneh of the Supreme
Court. The present incumbent of the Tolice Magis
tracy, so rumor had it, was to go up. and a young
native-born lawyer was to tuke his place. Ku-
nior in this instance, as in many others in Ilono
; lulu, was undoubtedly mistaken. The fickle crea
! ture told us only a few days ago th:tt one of the
' objects of the projected vi-it of Minister Harris to
. Fast w as to procure a Hew judge for the Su-
! preme Helicll.
i r lKK AT M ANOA. On Monday morning last, at
about lniU'-past tnr. native straw liousc in Ma-
! noa vallt"-v ';l,--r!,t firo Wil totally consumed.
inmates had been drinking awa. and in the stupid
condition resulting therelrom. had lighted a pipe
wish a match, and thrown the still blazing match
against the side ot the house. An old man, who
was under th" clou ts of nwa and was sleeping in
the house, was with difficulty dragged out and
rescued from a horrible deafh. The freedom with
which this narcotic can be obtained by the natives,
w iloiinr lintobl mischief.
IJK.Vt.S AMI DtMKS. Th
late regulation in re-
. , . i- . i
s!,,'t't l" C'lrclllutlllg medlllUl appears to ha C
na,i (he clfect to withdraw reals from circulation in
a great degree, and brought dimes into general
o fur a trade is concerned. The onl v trouble
is, that the native and Chinese vegetable dealer,
i;.... ... a;,,,. a.1 h.uisevv Ives find
..... - -
, no little dillicultv in lutiiketing. Kveiitually, how-
1 , , , "-n , ,. ...:,i.
. ,.Ver. the reals and dimes w ill get through w ith
1 their contest, and dimes will win.
To Advkktiskks. Those who wish their notices
of the CdiHino ci'il w ith him. which are circulated
among the fleets at the North. Advertising is like
bread cast on the water, often returning a hundred
fold for the venture. Jly the last ship going to the
Arctic and Ochotsk, we shall send papers to c very
whaler known to be cruising on those grounds.
Diti t;s. Everybody knows where " the corner "
is. and everybody who visits the corner knows the
Doctor who there dispenses plivsic. Look at his
advertisement in to-day's paper : " Throw physic
to the dogs," said Shakspeare. but Dr. IIoiTmaun
know s i.etter than that, and has a pleasant way of
. . , , . ... ..
ad..,.n..ter...g drugs that actually beguiles one into
tbe feeling that whatever he swallows by the Dr. 8
direction is just the thing lie needs. And it s so : H
, . , ;. ..,ti ,.n i,:... j,.v
Anot1ku I vvw IV Almost. Yesterday at
. , , . .. ,. T ,
about 2 o cb.ck. the horse and buggy ol Mr. J. i.
AYaterhouse, being left for the moment without a
,riVer took an impromptu trip up Queen street,
tntllon. creatiiiL' (li.ite a sensation. The ani-
. f' , ... .-.i.e....
mal. however, appeared not to be ol the last or
i rash kind, for it brought to of its ow n accord, hav
i ing probably made up its mind to have " no more"'
of that sort of sport.
. . . .
Oil. ON J-orIIM;.-i. 111 our last issue we lloteil
tw o w halers ' boilinff down " off the port, as we
, ti,., nrnv.1 to 1.., the Three'
1 ' ' .
7iY),Ws wl(ioll liail t.a,liml three young sperm
wna,1Sf m:lkintr -,,) barrels, and the Trhh yJ, wiih
hale, makin-? 2.- barrels, taken near
,- -- ,..,. .lfl1 i,.,i fr shore
IVillt itillltt , X l t.i . ,---
...,;,,..,, ,,..: W(.th SuIllt, five or six
Thllsi ,,imml t(t ..... i.ar;.s exhibition will
g,a(1 (() lt..irll tliut the fare for the round trip
froin N(.w Y... (o ,...- unil back. on t!l). areat
K', will be about S150 in i gold It is said
that over ..(Mill') Americans will probably vi-it
1.H.jrt ,iurjng the continuance of the exposition.
.Mil. lailToi:: .u arucie in me
(jiiz'lle. on tins
subject, which is proper so far as
it calls attention
to the importance of lite insurance, does injustice
to other companies now represented in Honolulu
by not making the comparisons from the latest
ofliei.il reports to the Life Insurance Commissioners
of the States of Massachusetts and New Yolk.
The latest statements of companies as per report
of Elizr.r Wright, Insurance Commissioner, taking
the rath, of claims by deaths. Ac. and expenses
to t fral income for the year ending Nov. 1st, lMlfi.
is as follows :
7 S V. Y. Mutual 06 75
V it Mutual .'ifij Mutual l.enelil
State Mutnai l I-1!
laiile N. Y ,
3U i North America tfJ.Oi
shows a very dilft-rent result from
t m the o.i:o. vv e uo not w isn to oe .... oe,-
stood as disparaging any company, and before pro-
ceetlmg to draw comparisons, win siaie. mat u, iue
lusuranee Commissioner's report, it does not appear
that there is a single company doing business in
Massachusetts or New York that is not upon a
sound financial ba-is. Still there are ben. -fits grant
ed to policy holders i'i smne that are not given in
others, ami as tne "omnann.- u..u.. o, 10,10.10.1
. . . e .1 .....1 1 fi. . f ,1... ;t...e...l I
j .j, . 1 r imsiness mr ine mutual ociii-iii 01 un.- ui?iihu, 1
the companies should give to the policy holders
I eoiolitions. Those coiuDanit-s lirst removing oujee
tionable features t-aiuin" public favor and grow- '
.?. . , . . 1 , i
in" in trcii"ih. while some compaiiies. mm:U A-l r, 1
l,i 01 iitrti.i. I .
ht A(w ,(J olll rilles. continue to withhold j
from their policy holders what experience had
taunlit them as just, held back until forced to
change by the younger Companies outgrowing them
in all the elements of strength, security and public
Old age is honorable." but since the calcula
tion, upon w hich lite insurance is based, is ior
toliti. it is no special recommendation to a coni-
pany to lie old, unless that old age is accompanied
by the v igor ami growing strength ot youth. The
older the company becomes, tbe older the lives of
its insured ; and consequently the greater thenutn-
her who must die each year. As the company
grows older, therefore, there is more necessity for
inci.easjni, its n.-w business, bv adding to its nutn-
. , ,.
new and younger lives.
Something s.iid about the r.-pectabiliiy of per.
in-iired need notice. We i-ania.t see how anv
. ..,.., i .... ,i , ,
co::iii.tn leiiiiit; out some of tl.e frv otntg
ccttipanics. who have issued but few polic'n can
claim anv supetioiitv in this re-i'ect. since ia look-
lii!2 over the li-t of directors and boards of refer-
eiice. in various i ities and Stales, we thiah lie- in
surance companies may safely chaliel ge the public
to produce an ipial number ol tucu of higher
moral and social character.
The calculations upon which life insurance are
baed being so certain and u:u hangbig. the beta fits
so gn at a t'.d so easily secured, that when once
rightly understood, life insurance i largely patron
ized in every community of high moral .-ocialiiy.
That the public may understand the magnitude ol
the basilic?", and con-.-.iuciitly the a-tae-s of J,e
liei.. lits resulting lr.nn mic'ii iuve.-ltiteii's. we w ill
gi' here a synopsis of the bti-ine-s of lite in.-ur-atue
companies i;i the State- ol New York and
Massachusetts for the ear ceding Nov. 1. 1 -("fh
As show n by i tlieial returns, made to the Insur
ant e t'oi!:m:--ioners. thete were i-sued lolUH.'i
new policies : income from premiums. -:ti.i'fi.:'ii:t :
incomes fr.;nt premium- and interest. 4:2.077. 77e :
paid to widows and orphans. s-."i..");r..l.S ; expciues.
5vV:ij6.MM) ; eainp over :'0.oim).0iii to add to the
accumulation fund and li idemls. the citpital lep
resented by t!ie companies lieing tj7,Oit;.Ii'7.
The Manhattan Life Insurance t'ompany has in
stituted a new plan of dividend. Tl company
will buy the future dividends ol policy holders,
thus securing to the insured a very large bonus in
addition, and largely increuitip its value. It
proves the company's own confidence in its ability
to declare future dividends, by addinp to the
policy of the insured an amount ot dividends eipial
to the profits he would neiuire should he live up
to the company's expectation.
This company declares its dividends annually in
ca.-li. widt h may lie used in the reduction of future
premiums, in caueelinsi premium notes in ca-es
where notes have been given in part payment ol
premiums, iliaw n in cah. or use.i in the purchase
of bonus additions to the policy increa.-mg the
Value Of the latter.
The Vanhattan lale Insurance t ..mpany make s,irvice ;8 nccjj for the convenience or the northern
the policies issued by it i.Mi,fr-.f.7.v utter live years towll!,t ns wen as to relieve the daily overland
for errors and mi-statements in the application. mM hich is c,ocf!)iTl.y 1,,-avv, t-pt-cially owinp to
thus removing a se. ious aj.prchcns.t.n in tt,e minds ie t , 0f fmnki-J msttcr forwarded to
ot many persons lest tae company i.nKd.t contest ,i;,Cl(IlM. 'Anolhl.r resoiutiun.or still nrnre import
he payment of tl.e amount ot insurance to the Mce hM tet offtfreJ bj steuator Cecness. It au-
j ,u'ln?- Lin. iN-t uani'k. tl(,rir.cs the lVstinrtster ticnerat to invite proposals
: t.r a uietiihly nitiil service betwreo San Fraroisco
To thk Eiuroi: of thf P. C. Auvkktiskk : Your BDli Honolulu, within a limit of S10D.000 per aunum.
remarks last week respecting the very exlraor- Pri.bnbly this tesolution will bo adopted, fcr the
dinarv discourse preached in the Kcfornied Catho- racifio Mail Steamship Company has been relieved
i; r-i"..,i i .. ,i i- i , , i , from the cbtigruioii to touch at Honolulu with its
. lie (. l.-urch. bv the ei.crable Archdeacon Mason, ... . , . .. .
.- I hiua bound steamers, and there is no question that
; on the evening of Sunday, the 17th inst. have been grtnt commercial ad vantages would result from
' called in question, I am informed, and their truth 1 regular steaai cctumuuication between this port and
denied by the reverend speaker. There were others Ihe Hawaiian Islands.
1 present, besides your reporter, who will indorse; tleorpe Ibtncroft declines the Colloctorship of Bon-
, the remarks as p'erlcctly correct, and justly called .. not caring to serve under the prcseut adminis-
' forth. The whole sermon, from beginning to end. tra"011- ...
, ... .. e ... i The first resist rat ion of voters in the Ihttrict of
was a glor.licat.on of our la.th ,n contrast w h Cw,umllU fclu,w 1olz . hUcs and bIsck,.
; yours, and considering the occasion and Ihe au- The GoTCrnIDPnt of N;Cfirilgll, ,ia,e prohibited the
; dience present, some ol whom had been personally ,jCnertti importation of liquor into that ciuniry. Dot
j rciiuested to attend, was out of jdace. The allu- : inclutliug wines.
j fions made to the honorable services of the de- ', Stevens' bill to rrconstiuct the rebel States, by
j ceased as Judge of the Supreme Court, and ac- ' making of them five military diatricts, passed the
i crediting him with t!,e ,-hUf howr of the present ,,ousc ,,r Keprcsentivcs, ou the 14ih by a toleof 10J
judiciary system, utterly ipiioriug the arduous !
labors of the late Chief Justice I. I I ami lite tiieserit
lauors oi int. i"-ic vim I -in. tut l.t.i. ami pu-Hiil
I "'nored thief Justice Ai.i.kx, were m keeping with
the occasional l.ings at other denominations.
Now, sir, this tendency to draw invidious com
parisons between our sect and other sects.to laud one
and denounce others, may accord with the motives
which inspired the sending out of the Reformed
Catholic Mission, but it is not in accordance with
the teachings of our Lord nnd Saviour. The same
disposition to slander others has been shown ever
- , . . . . , .11-111
since the Mission w as established here, occasion-
ally at tunes appearing more bitter than at others.
For instance, the following paragraph taken from
the a-lfrrWft Qnurlerlu Clnnc?i lUvhir. nnd cred-
ited therein to A Member of the Reformed Catho-
J lie Mission at these Islands, would seem to have
! been inspired by some other spirit than that of
' Christian charity :
"The bitterness we experience from the Amer-
can Missionaries would not lie believed. They
do not confine themselves to argument. Personal
' siamter, especially ot tlie King, is tbe commonest
possible thing in their pulpits. These low, unedii-
c-.feti persons, formerly blacksmiths, carpenters, j refuses to make the appropriation of 40,000 which
shoemakers, etc., do not understand what gentle- j the Government contrsctcd to pay per annum for its
manly feeling is. To make their mission self- dispatches, and Mr. Washburne and the Postmaster
supporting, is the grand aim of their ininistiy. ; General are bent on setting up a Government opposi
Tlie sick, the dying, are never looked after by . tion in the business. Tbe House Post-tQioe Commit
them, or rarely; not one person who dies in ten j tec have been diligently investigating Ibe subject,
receives Christian burial ; children are left unbap- and have reached tbe conclusion that it is not only
tied ; praying to death and sensual vice are con- practicable, but can he m ;de serviceable and prorit
nived at in their deacons and best members with a ! able iu connection with tbe postal service. Tbe
shrug; while the dollars are taken in pay for the j reCeifts of the Western Union Telegraph Company
molasses and poi given as the Sacrament. The for ,he month of November, 18G0. were 671. 03C
Sabbath is the one grand test of piety. Female , tbe expenses 322.008; net earnings. 8248,627 or
virtue, after forty-three years of Christianity, is I at the rule of nearly $8,000,000 a year,
ordinnrilv unknown in girls in their teens. The i .,, . re .
people are heathens, really, in belief and practice, Jc'FiC Ra'oad -Ibe Government D.rectors of
professing Christianity because il is respeclabkv' i the Union Pacific L.lroaa Company ha, e been in
., ?. , , , ' , , , ' , 1 session in this city, lbey report Ibat there is 800
Tl.e epithets ' low, uncducaled persons, former- j mUelt wrgt of 0am,1 firiil)neJ, j full operation.
ly blacksmiths, carpenter?,' Ac, are intended to j The road is located about 300 miles west of its pres
be derogatory to the Missionaries. When Jesus re- i ent terminus up tbe Ledge Pole creek lo the foot cf
turned to Nazareth from disputing with the doc- j he IJIack HiUs, thence through ' Evaos Pass" to
, , . . . .. . . . . Laramie, and this 800 miles is to be built Ihe present
tore nntl wn3 ciifner-r to I04 rortnliol nnrpti u In. 1 ' . .
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j iiouoness woineu iiuiter josi'pu si me carpenter s
, trade, and some said of Him, "Is not this the car-
I r,.utt.r-s son It j tllt. ,n!lll tIlllt ,iJpIlifi,.a uK. ,.,. I
L.,,.m,.,lf ,.n,i ,i.,.r .i..,i..,!.. :,. !
honest calling, ht.wcver humble it may be. Many ! with lie Vac&0 Sut(8 aD(J TerritoricJ, auj the dif-
of the counts in the statement quoted are utterly taut ct untrics of Asia.
false. The .Missionaries entered yowvj into the ! Rumors have been in circulation of a split in tbe
service of the Hoard, but before doing so they re- Cabinet on the subject of a new Reform Dill. A
ceivcd.yiV.s7, a common or select school education ; considerable minority cf the Cabinet is eaid lo have
r i ..... e...r.. e f .. u , i , : .. . 1 1 . i ' objocicd to the first instance lo the introduction of a
second, a preparatory for College education thtril, J, ..... . . . ., -.,..
' 1 " ' ' lb-f irm Hill at next session, and two or three Cabinet
a full College education and degree; and, oo7i, Counciis wcie held before the Chancellor of tbe Ex
a three years professional education, occupying chequer was able to carry his point an 1 induce his
usually. 6c.si'..c the f. st step, full nine years of dili- , colleBiriies to consent to bring in a bill. It is said
trout study. Were the Missionaries n ilm:tted T
Were the Missionaries hI,;,,M
I Who reduced the Hawaiian language to writing,
adapting the sounds to letters ? Who gave them
! schools and book, ami taught them to read and
' write? Who translated the Lible- in the Hilnitr.
I find Ore eh' into the vernacular, completing the
whole in May, 1-S:;s . Who have printed and cir
culated full 100.000 copies of P.ibles and Testa
ments? Who scattered schools throughout the
land, so that full seventy-five out of every one
hundred could read and w rite before the writer of
the above ever saw the Islands, whilst iu old Italy
out of 21.7H3.710. only Wl.l'l.i can read and t onsiil and of hi clerks only amount lo G,d2 67,
w rite, ami in the Human Territory. 012 out of i the foes are 60,188, and tbe balance has to be re
every I.OOtl could neither read nor write? Are i milled. At Liverpool, the salaries are S'8,434 67,
the sick and the dying never or rarely looked after I and the f.es $33,3bLU2; and at London the salaries
by the American .Mis-ionaries ? lines not one iu j are !s 7,500, aud the fees if .2.1U8 75.
ten who dies "receive nn-tian burial ' Are tl.e
children b-ft iiubaptisod ? Is sensual vice con-
n i veil at in their deacons and best members?
Those who know the condition of things at these
Islands, must admit that tl.e statements of the
writer ipioted are slanderous and wholly false.
It is more in sorrow than in nntrer that I have
t ntfh'..l th. fii.ntti.n -.ti.l tlu.iiit i.vtrani .linirv tutn.
meats, made by ' A Mrmlir.t the .'' for?.. f f .-
' lie: Mission." It is only iu vindication of truth cd the precession from a window of Ihe United Ser
I and ju.-tice that I have done so. Ji -net:. ; vice Club, but elicited no cheers. There was a su-
tcrb ovation at the American Embassy. All those
Cnii I he-re be nw Reform I in the procession took off their hats as they passed.
; Among the inscriptions on the banners were the fol-
Mii. El.iTt.r. : There are certain things connected !,.; I.ihertv and EnualilvV Manhood inf.
a ,,,;,, of ,. rirc.H.Ilt government
1 i I 1 U till. tlilllllill.-LI uie'ii vi tut aiivrv Ilk Q'-'e' I UUU ill
' of these islands, that greatly puzzle the friends if 1
order and jt.stiec-tl.e two 'elements which lie al '
J . ,
t u.e louuaauou o. an uuu national p. ospe. ny
j Pos.-ibiy. you may be able to enlighten our minds
! a little relative to these things. Our ditiiculty lies
Must here. We have a Statute Hook well provided
with salutary laws, and ee.itlemen. to... bearinrr :
the resi.on-ibilities of government, who profess to
be, and doubtless are. sincere friends of public !
morality anil virtue.
And vet here, in the district where I live, we
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the blush, by a magistrate notorious for drunken-
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ij.rss uini iiiiiuui aiiut n ...i ttiiiei roi -.a, uiiti ai.-tj u :
Hoad Supervisor who is a disgrace to his otlice
j who is notorious for drunkenness openly and above ,
; board. II .w is it possible, I would respectfully
I inquire, for His Excellency the Minister of the
i Interior to per.-ist in keeping such men in public
.,,, ., 1 r r il
i office? II there is any hope for reform, we should :
be glad to have him Come this way and look at the
1 condition of the roads, of which this man is "mi- !
pervisor."' Perhaps he could ascertain wherea
bouts the road ta.ves have been expended, these
two years pa-t. JI' certainly cannot: and I notice
in the columns of your paper, evidence, which,
from time to time, tells us that other Districts, un
der the same Supervisor, are very much in the
same predicament as we find ourselves. It is said
that in some of these districts responsible and
faithful men were ousted to ghe this man a
place. 1 hope it was not so, fur decency's sake.
Another thing which 1 wisu to say is, that i-wci
info, directing the public interest, bring a positive 1
' cr- ujK.n a whole people." I am &urel y win
veil p' -ted in these matters, that in an urea. r.
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ot l.ve n::les. from the place f mv reMdence, em-
bracing fay n people, there re Hot more than
three or four Imim-k in which LJliu ! not to tt
greater or !es .leiit
distilled. t in nl o nn arti
cle i l bv no menus uncommon trallie among the
I H-op!e. and I know ot il having been curried for
nearly holy miles mat disposed ol at a goml prolit.
And then the pntr'r-riiijs l"r spreeM n this vile
i stuff, ut w 11 Known hons in the vicinity : and the
road side Miewed wilh naliies - n Mlaudlill state,
or dead diui;k. atl'inl- coutemplatiijns tar from
agre.ib'.e to any lover ot ihM vjici. rti Vends one
to , el 'hat li e pain-taking r'nearchps Colldtictctl
by po crn:.u-i! t and by pri lie i:ilcrc-t.- In wrr'
I on the tun-..-, oi ti.e !i,aieu Lipid b Ira-e nnd
their cure, may nil be sadly s il-d l.y any phil.ui
tliti pi-i who migl t spend a few weeks in tlo.'i-in-i
y. Il is liarrtm ititt to the feeling.i lo sei till thia
riecilU woik of K .-'.ruction going on. l!at it
seems (1 s:ly t.'iii.f lor how cm t-ne u-e stronger
language i ban lhi-7) to be the !:e policy of gov
ernment to perpetuate this state ot u train. Would
weioubl see but a faint hope i.f reform. (JetitJe
lueii ot Hi- Maie-ty's povel liluelit. we beg a little
nu n y fei an abused people as well as a little re
paid to public hum a'- and -ven-hatid.'d justice in
the appointment of men to fill the clSi'M at your
li-io-a in rotintry I'istriets.
A Vi:i l. wi-itKi: to AW-
llawaii. March, I SOT.
lly the schooner AliUon L.iJtr, which arrived
on the "Gth fri ra Noyo llivrr, me have two days later
American and Kurepeao rewa than that by the
KidriJf. New York and Loodua telegrams are to
the Hih cf February
. A rp.inti,,,, r,as r,wd both hUfrs of Congress,
pay9 ,!iC jfulletin, restoring ocean mil service be-
,-,.,. n Sn Irtmeisen ami lorlln,l (Irosnn Thia
j spri!B ,ravt,, l0 California.
: lc,lr prevailing on the I
famine and pesii.ence.
Ti - il ft 1 : .
pcr'u us falling oil of the
in consequence of yellow
Isthmus of Panama, with
Cheat Kxours ok A.MtniCASS to Ecor. Id
this connection it is interesting lo note the great
number of American tourists who arc nlrvsdy on
the continent, or who are preparing lo visit Furopo
to attend the Paris Exposition. It is estimated there
will be 60,000 or 60,000 Americans abroad during
the year. The enormous cost of living here and Ihe
' comparatively small expeuse in Europe, combined
' ihe grand attraction of the Exhibition, explains
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! tms exojus- ji IM gal(i toero are families living like
I princes in Europe, on the rent alone which they
; draw from their up-town mansions, and that it is
i n,ore economical lo board a family on Ihe ISrituh
steamers than in a New York hotel. Our country-
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, eJ lneir eXp'ai,Ures will certainly average
l 2.000 a year per head, which would gie a total of
! S10 ,000,000 in gold taken out of Ibe country and
i lelt ,n "'"Pe- " "7 ,n e"iniaiing
the balance of trade against us, and yet it is one
very generally overlooked.
Profits or Telegdatuiko The Western Union
I Telegruph people are in trouble just now. CoDgresa
7. y the 1st of t.et January 11 is said, me
locomotive will cross the most difficult range of Ibe
Kocky Mountains, at an elevation of 7.000 feet abo.e
tide water; so that, at an early day. there will be an
unbroken line of railroad from Ibe Atl.btio. across
. Pi.nlinntnt fist ori n eV And fnfti I il ftvr t fi MifniTilirftM
n ' ir- l8etl 18 ,D ior 01 a soueme w nouae-
boiu sutlrage in towns. lie wouia give op oorougns
to dcmbcrficy, promising his party by the way more
successes under the new suffrage than they dream of.
Tim CossruR Corps. The United States in the
last fiscnl year had 18G consuls scattered throughout
the world. They receive saUrics, and have to ac
count to the Ih-partmcnt for their fees. Tbe amount
of fees sent by them to the Treasury in that time was
$412,477 oO.and their salaries came to $360,670.94.
leaving a balance of receipts over expenditures of
SUI ,;(; C2. At Paris, where the salaries of the
Niw York. Feb. 13 The Ileiald't cable dis
patches say : I he London Reform demonstration on
Monday, the llib of February, was a great success.
The American, French and Italian flags were carried,
and their delegations cheered. Yankee Doodle,"
"John Brown," the Marscllaise and the Garibaldi
Hymn were played Ihe fnncess ol Mates witness-
fraze;" Serfdom is infamous;" Tbe foice of tbe
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lufe V -Ja w y avwv.wwva M w
pifple cmnot be ignored with safety;" "Taxation
without representation is granny ;" Liberty to
those who dare demand it;" "Irust in God ana
keep your powjer dry ;" No surrender."
Losno.v. Feb. 14. The House of Commons was
crowded to hear the expected announcement of tbe
Government programme. Ilisraeli delivered along
"torical essay on reform ant the Cotietitolion.
I ihi.vixl nnl, few flishp nf his oritrinril anirit. but
mM UIlUualI. brilliant while denouncing Goldwin
Smith as a wild man, and in ironically defending
i Larl Kij?srl At the close of bis speech, he said tbe
Government would introduce some resolutions to test
the sense of Parliament before presenting a reform
im. 1 ne reeoiunons are vague anu unsausiaciory,
they merely state some general principles. Glad-
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.o.na t. a fotv ir.mnion.TiInci mtnnrlcl ae4rtl0if Ih.
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Government a plan of proceeding, but protested
gI)uril,g the 8Cgs!on a rumor prevailed that tha
Fenians had takea the city of Chester, which caused
great excitement. The Duks of Cambridge mistily
lcft the ,1"UM for th Wf 0,Loe- Tb Pseuce of a
number of supposed Fenians recently from Ireland
. .u k .
tc I ISC IU lOtr-w .jip.rinuoiw., v v . ...vji (V wwu
wjthout creating a disturbance.
rnvnil, r..u ij Ti.e Fenian suare al Chester 1.
ridiculed by the newspapers, but nevertheless Gov.
eminent is making arrests, and seem 5 to believe tbe
affair serious. There were minors that the Fenians
would blow up the Liverpool docks. Seventy arrests
were made iu Dublin cu the arrival of the steamer
The liberal organs generally denounce the plan of
reform announced by Disraeli.
The Italian Parliament is dissolved. A new ele.
tion is ordered fcr March 1st. lticisoli has resWned
at the King's request.
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