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CY C. S. DARTOW,
For Sale at Auction.
VIM UK SOM) AT Il"I5LIC AUCTION
jlonday, the 20th day of April, 1SG7,
At U v.. M.. On th-.-Kifi ma.!, II rtrfjuiu.
fiT. I Vl'l !l"M IMf.F OF SMIOOMdi UTIIE,
,". Tn- Mri.nrrmral.
!? :iM.ir-! n. furniture. The ACTIVE Ub
"l piliti n titiT.1 for the inian.1 tra,'j.
m.r , I1I?.)I.!
.f the .Tvu" a co. ;
for Safe at Auction,
. rT t Til
Onc-sevciitii oi Liliue riantation. .
un it T iriil.lC'rrT5ir '
ii . Vl"i In front of th Court ILNiae, in .CS
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0a Tnesaay, xue uuiu uaj v ,
AT U TU.K, N, j
Ti Enllr lalrrM Mns One ludiTluVd Seifntli ;
Pari of J. S. Wa!Uf r b1 S. C. Allf n, j
....in tiik.... :
..uiicr ciiOAR PLANTATION, !
U "vvuvi, i
lfli-fJ"J- l"rl"Ul"J ;
Iw. rtTlr I
Th- ro in T.i I'hn-.ti.-. '-t 2. vr 1 rf tjl.n-. !
.iitii.i- f '-ut "'"'' Mre ' ' . !
fr li". I tT?S' Tw' ;l '
iTl i Picture U.n.i. Thr cr. . (. th - .re i.t y. ar . e:itl j
rtiTi l..n- of ?u-..r. ..-I....-' th.t ma.lr fn-n. C cr.mmloo !
Th.r . Tb- n-xt rr-p t- tike J c niis A lut M cm l .
irr f ll-wl W r- ..f ii.ut.i t- Kroui!
"'tV' i wMl firf.ih.I ilh Hot. "". C'rt' T'"J'
Stock of Merhcandise in tne Store :
IWn'il uf .) AAlO, and
A III".III f CATTI.K. Xnmbcrinc , 4
nbnnt 500 head.
For fiinW irtlirur imjuire nf P. ISKXBERO, Ki-, t
tihl. " "f t' Utl.l-r4.ttT inl. 1
M &l Aitfne of :UIt of Wiker. Ailn Co.
FC S S S f -V I'j li S ' S A Id II
MAY ZCL, ;
At 10 o'cl.Tk, A. M. t Ro-m, will b
,f; JV'iV Jluction by Onltr of the .lainte of
A LOT OF FURNITURE,
1 ixn KitHn-ii Tal.P-. Sf t IVI, Tal, Chair.
brtU. B. ..tiiit. .iilitn N.-t.
Coking SVr.mn-t iK2i-r l'iruiture
t ltrge Kpre V.'nsa and IInre.
TOKKE U.Ol CARU1ACE HOUSES, 1 SWVLK 1IOIU-E.
1 1 f flt:tiB? and Ollifr Jlfrcliandl-.
HEAL ESTATE AT AUCTION.
zy r.v iu:it or w. n. ukki. ki.. t
ivS A Imim-lr u-r ol t!r- rt itr r.f A. I'AHh, 1 Ul I
tT 1 ITSKT I'UM K Of' SUM FOR COST, !.!. MZES-f'ROM 7
tt.r v ry lorMl tU-urt-, l.y iht
In fpnt of the ColWJnr'i Oluce In II .lo, M ,;
On Saturday, the 11th day of May!
At 10 OVLic, A. 51,
A Certain Tract of Land Situated in
Coi-ti-. of . 1-3 At'BES, more or k-a, NrlongiDB
t the -U.t of L. A. I
. jurtK-ul r ly W. It- REEI. Hiln.
W-.it J. II. CEV. Aartlonw.
4 fOMPI.KTK SKT Or T II K " V KX-j
2. TI- UW OUI', im hrr-l ojiiKll4wiiiino"iriiiii ,
Al Nm. XI, 13, 1 ami IT of the name publication. j
A (Vt i. of th-? Citmmrrria 4-lrrrtiir tor N-v. 27. j
I-J: F.-b. i. 1VS.J; Jlan-h 13. V aJl U. 12. I May Si, .
1-to.l. ..r any of ln alxc. A-ly at j
31 TIIK IfiOKSTORE.
f1IIK rI)EUSlKVEIMVIUi PAY FOR j
Al Ihr ICnlr of Scvrn Dulliir per Ton,
Iirlirm-tl on the W barf in II xx ltiln. j
5.W 3in II- 11ACKFELH Co. j
Tnt Opened !
:v i : av- T y
IjacUow' XX ar-i
A Mrs. BLACK'S,
CEORCE C. HOWE.
I.SO a O KN Kit A l ASSOItT.MKXT OF
Redwood Lumhcr, Northwest Boards and
7.i'i '. '.r.. .sw.. yo'".. r-iu.t. d r.
lor Sale Low, at w hl Stand on the ISplanadr.
gBenkert's Philadelphia Boot;
flsr KKI KIVKO A FKEMI SI I'PLV
lllranf, Iiicomparalilc Root !
J.xi, . FEW IX'ZKN
Ken's "White and Grey Kerino Socks!
At the s'torc cf
6.,7 5t M. MINERNV. nn R.reUn:a?U
a:. O. BIAII A: SOX,
Have Just Received,
DPwY GOODS, cc.
Itlt llll.EV's XKW IMTKXT SKIKT.
IU4 ai.ie Ijpf.r Tra.l.
l:irachr.l a. ..I lut-M-h"l "-t.n. fine qnality;
l:iarhrl Cotton Mi.-tmi 73. W aul lj u.cl-5i
:.:i.'hol Ijo. n sr--tin.r, 73 .iml 'i
r.lr.wr.r l Pillow 3-r I.io-ii an l C -tlan,
Lace arwt Muslin Curtain.
Fine Fancy Prints, Pink Prints,
., timl ft-juri'l T'irkfif .'.
P.flF. PINK. PUE AND C.KKKN CII AMI;UA Y.3,
(iiahnM. ai n-.l colon;
r.Iack r-nluirw. Plack A!pac,
I.Uck Vrrs ilk. two fioaliti;
li-4 Wo-4 fhawU.
rt-nt'f Plai'l t-hawU.
ItUck IVa . Ww Proof Teo!.
nf, I. n.-n ! tn rhtrt",
k-'tit Kc-.-att ,lIrt'.
l;ii aiwl . r;rl-t rt.ii.nl.
jiix my W hite l:inn-l. Finer linen Trill.
Cir-.-n. Cr:m"n aivl Strict V.l li-anijk,
Wh!.. ,.'l:ti U-T,
.Jil Cravat, Mnhjir :nul.
o nt' H'-k Ki linir ;i"T.
Latti'-' k ili.lir.s tllor,
;-nt' i:-n Ci tt..n J hne. .t.. -,
lirown C ton i !", aMtl.;
ta fn l ni;- Wh:t- Cotton ll -.
!! 'D aol :,k t nil'r-;ia!.. ihKil 2-.lk,
ln" Fincy Murt.
L-v VrtL. L.ie ei'..
Knanwl -.1 lurk. b-t qnalitr.
HUr"l Knarnt led Purk, f.r tat.U- pivn, Ac, e. "A
i r e; mats.
AM AKTKItTIIls OATK. THE IMIITK
I-r SingV Copy, or
SIX I) O I. I. A It S A v i: A u .
R' "U will otily Ih reivl t 10 rent.
Mi 2m Min h 2 1V T.
BY E. P . ADAMS.
"2?SLXiS 33 !
SATURDAY. - - - - - APRIL 27th,
At 12 o'clock, m., atsavs Room. wi.ibea.1.1
One I'ire r.nsiiif in Perfect Order,
IJui't in ?in France., fp.ui Ttu ir.ci str.,k. 6 Inch ci;t,.U-r,
it!. O i" CAIlUI.KiE cmp!. f.
r I n r. r..-v 1. 1 (Haver. l..ton, maker.) 0
inch cylni.l. r. 15 i:i h 9tr,A-, an I iih slight n-pair can te
ma-Ie (too,!, with HOSE .1 HHI l i E.
HEAL ESTATE AT AUCTION !
I5y virtue of an er.l.-r of Sale iMne,l liy the late Hon.
- M. tirKTS'., rirt A-w-iaii Ju.-iiccol IheMiiT'-n.e
Court. I.. J. KAIIAI, A ln.in -tnlor of the Ktiale of
1 wI" ),r',"r ,,,r Sa,e at ,'n'l,f Anrtion!
At the Court 1I. Iw.r, in Honolulu,
' On TUESDAY, the GOth day of April !
At UO'cl-ck, M-,
O.VE HALF OF TltF. AIILI'VAA OF
titu.it.-.l in Il.imuku.i. II.ui l of H.-itrnii.
K. P. ADAM?, Auctioneer.
On WEDNESDAY, - - - - MAY 1st,
A VAKIEU A?OltTMKNT OF
CilifornU Potntnc. ui-ri.T H -ur,
I'M- '. Crn,fcrt Hu-,.
hampngiy CM-r. Cala. P-rt V. ine, etc.
r ! - - -
- L. OfAl-L- .
TIic IZauniiaia flranier
117 Ton ICegio'.er,
IN lIOOI OUDKR, AND RKAUV FOR SEA,
Is now Offered For Sale on Reasonable
If a..ti-l f..r h.f.w the 4th .lay of May mxt. on which date
li will l-c rith.lrawt. from th Inter lslnu.1 ro'iU-.
m. ..i ... a.:....: ..j ... ..I. 1..
f,7 ll II. 11 ACKFKI.D & Co., Apents.
i tT-i XOTK'K IS IIKKKI1V (;VKX THAT
I l'v tio lht4 rontritc'.ril on account f lfHp
, .7 "C with- nt my writi.ii ..r.l-r.
Awil "Jii, ImJT. t; JitllN MeCOI-QAN.
CASKS liK.N'.Ol.K. Frr5atel.y
U l TOR BERT.
4000 HENRY HIFLE CARTRIDGES !
IOIt SAI.K II V
L. U TOKP.KKT.
ROUND RUBBER PACKING !
Wrl. STKA.M EMilNES, 1, !- nuci -H
ft inch; arr:ul.l of r t q'i;i!i'v.
For ShIo at Half Price ly
' MS 6t L. U TOKBERT.
Wicidoiv !r Salt.
it TO 3 JO-AT
Imix or iii:rt'; ii-ht
1 i TOKISF.RT.
AKI 1'INK IIK tDl.VO,
HARI PINK Pf.AXK.',
li ami It Inch.
1 1 inch T & O.
1 i inch surf.icnl.
2 inch KrooTcil.
1IARI PINK I I.OOIlIN;,
II AUI FIX K FUMjUlXn,
HAliI PIXE PECK l'LAXK,
For Sale by
I I TOR liKKT.
Ex MILTON BADGER.
jjorttii nniKDs, i ixt'ii:
FI. 4.Fn KOJRIiS.l inch.
ToyiivF.n au unooFF.n siniya, i inch;
l.Oyu SIIH Sli, J inch; 5 FOOT PICKETS.
: 1m For fale by L. L. TORKKRT.
New Golden Gate Extra Elour,
M. .v,H ::t I. IIARTLKTT.
Fre6h Graham and Buckwheat Flour,
I .to It s ILK 111
Fresh California Cheese.
Fresh California Bacon.
JOH Vtl,E III
Fresh California Smoked Beef,
1.1IIK S t I.K I(V
B" iK'Jt 3t
I. It AllTI.KTT.
Fresh California Codsh.
.toit s i.i: in'
1 f;i m
Fresli California Onions.
IOIt SAI.K 11 V ., t
::t I- BAKTI.ETT.
rioit s l.k u V
1 b-.-y S4
I. It A RTLETT.
Fresh Table Fmits and Vegetables.
FLKUV I. ItAKTI.ETr.
Fresh California Hams,
'Olt SAI.K II'
Fresh Saloon Bread.
fOlt SAI.K 11 V
Fresh Crackers and Cakes, in Tins,
.10 It SI.K HV
I. it A RTLETT.
Fresh Raisins, in whole, half and qr. boxes.
IIOK S 1I.K 1(1
6' "H i-t
I. It A RTLETT.
. 4 HY .-S. 3-1 1JV 1-2, 3'1 HV 3-8,
r aie by
C. FREWEK & CO.
HTi:m oi imiii ;i kii.tkks to
a-Lorli to Valiiy Wil' l Ctk. F. r sale t.y
C. UltKWFR k CO.
A X ASSOIlTMK.vr OK I1KST I'ATTKRXS
ooLiiis Stovt-, fr Fnmilir.
Comt-bt- wth Ware. ).V.s -Jm I ltRKWFIt A CO.
! WXI'RKSS W tCOi.
I j .;.-',t liu-iri.. Wa;"ti. ( ncor l VI n -on.
J li-avv li it.-l.. r Va- 'ii.
. -V. I r.-.Vhy CtKKWRitCft
! TO PLANTERS AND SUGAR EOILERS.
SAl't'll A ItOM KTKIts. MICROSCOI'KS.
MF.TAI. TIIEUMOVF.TEKS. 1 FEET l.O.G.
! 200 inoy coor.FRs. r,. t y 4; f-1.
LOCISlAyA CA.yE hWirES.
6.- Cm For S.UeJy rjJi'i--"
I 1lltRKI HOSKNOAI.K 1.30 VI.
i 6 S 2ci F. r S.!? by C. HIIF.W Fit r Co.
AVIIF.HKA s, tT7k l"MKRSIf;KI
I fjTI -i, (-u.l.t lr in th.- A llien, .:rnt.T t-I llrf L?t.iW i4 L.
j ,X n, r-.llo,fiK L,o.i. xix :
K.ILi xt ms
KK tLtllKVV A. in K-. ill I'i'tn.1. r nmf it im-iool-iop in .'i.
K. kiuon I.i. 'i l I'l l I KA.In K lnla P ".rict. f murrly b
Imiiis to vl. K V luonohi.
A l f-irJci uro li-T' i y f n-mrn..! fr m trf-r- rc l" ta
Will',!.. A. IIUI.-riAN.-EX
fy, j,t :j u, K- l. ii 1. lUwmi.
SA T CM) A V, AP111L '21.
Amcrloan Ciiirtirc-c Jn ilio I1
j Tlio of the Ameri'-nn w lj.vl.-shiji DnnUl
i U atl, xCwi i- ohn.nu lc l in another t- .luinu,
i :iinl tho j-roiiij-t J'-jirture n Thur-Ly of (.Ytj.f.
JlVynuMn in th; L'nitcJ Slates sJunincr Lir.n-
wanna to Kuwur the crew wii are now on Fn-tu-h
; Fritte Siionl, will attract jri-iieral attention to
j t!e neeex-ity f having war j-Lij h in thi- ocean;
, anl tlie wi-'l.iu of the American Ci'mernment in
I.pMin a ve--1 to look after the interests of
I .nicrican e-jiniuene in thi.- remote i-eetion will 1'C
! n-j lau'lcl. The Larkaicanna id no doul.t here
to j.rotect Am-rii-ari eommcri.-e ami render fueh
anoi.-taner to it as mav le eallel for.
It ,s well known that while Ln-h.h, I rencb
and Russian war slops have l,eeu kept cruisin-
almost eon-tantly throughout t!ii- o.t-an, an
American war vtwl did n t visit one of the
ronjyi south ati'l vest of us during the war ;
while here, wlierc millions of American enpital
are afloat in vesst-ls an-iving and dejiartin every
wit-k. an American war shin si-iri-K- n.n
durin- the four years of the war, the few which
least, this was a discredit to that Nation, w hose
commerce and the intenvts of whose citizens suf-
fered therel.y, as the rapid decline of the whaling
l.tisinesd during those veiim will illustrate. In
. . i i v . i i-i
some instinct s, it led to disturbance!, which an
, . . ,. ....
occasional vi.-it of a war shin iiiiht have pre-
, . 1 1
vented ; as, for instance, quite recently at the
1::;: .. !., ..1 'n 1 1 i
. .(., .o. c....1P A ,
..rdere.1 to investigate outrages alleged to have
Iiecn coinnntt.il by thc natives on American.
The cxjicrieiicc of tho u.it few years has
taught the American eople that their coimneri-c
tuuls protection, in ertrif x:a and every land tn
trAiVA it mat eitcnd. Acting on this principle,
is has now j.owci fill fleets stationed in the Medi-
tcrranean, thc North Kumjic Sens, on thc Urazil-
K:in- Chihn nnd lVnivian I'i.hkIs wliih n t
Apinwall, Panama, Hongkong and Yokohama,
it l.n. , 11 v.ll ut,o;,.,.cl ,
nuitlu, and in-rc latterly the same has lieen done
at Ilio, Vulirnw and Call.o, solely to protect
and assist American emmerec whenever cases
may occur calling for as.-istance.
The low of tho Daniel Wood clearly demon
strates the prudence of the Ainerii-jin (jovernmcnt.
Here is a whalc.-hip cast away on a small
harrcn islet, its twenty-eight seamen left with
only -JIM) rounds of bread and a few Rall-.ns of
water, deprived or the nece-sarics of life, having
saveil no clothing hut what they had on, and
food and water sullieioiit to ke-n them onlv a few
lays. It is true that a vessel mijlJ have lx-cn
. , , . . ,
chartered to go and bring them up, hut as
freights arc n.W, one might not have been
procurable nt once, nnd these seamen would thus
have Ih-cii ti'inrielled to remain there some time
As events have proved, the Irtawanna has
len niit opportunely stationed here to render
. . . . . .1 . ......'.. 1 T. 'n n.u n . . 1 - . 1 r rwv .T-: J 1 1 i .1
wish of the l.usiness men of Honolulu and thc
i x . r xt i i
e'lininereial interests of tlie group when we hope
, . , . . , ,
the may continue to he stationed here to
that thc may
render assistance in any cases which may require
, .. T , , n
Sonic wondeiTulIv Kipicnt ctirrcsrHirnIent ol thc,
1 . 1 . j
goveriiinent orgtm has coino to its rescue in an- !
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o,ox .....I,., o. ..u-t o. x... ..... !rM(.tk,nsof awrckthat had evidently laid there for ailuded, in connection with this trial.
issues of tho Day," and tries hard, by ruinmng- yc,nl Jt W;tJ Umt of a teak-built ship, with coin- :
ing among the dusty records of the ast, to save j-(S-lt;((Il f:lsi0nings. By Lhyd"s Register vc find! -Etna Ibox AVoeks. The attention of all who may
Ixrd Maniulay'rt incniory from thc imputation of j ,i1:lt a si,;p c;lHe.l the Canton, left Bengal, and iu , desire to purchase machinery of any kind, is called
having been at one time of his career, a hold j su;o was reported as missing, at Lloyds. From the . ia tlie advertisement of Hanseom & Co. in another
exponent of liM-ral political ideas. Tlie attempt, I fact of her having composition metal, which was ; column. These gentlemen have Wen seme time es
however, is so hunglingly made, that we are half ! only inventcl after IS 10, it could not have been the tablishcl iu business, and have acquired a rcputa
oiclincl to think that the writer cither docs not 1 Ca " sug-ested by the Gazette, and besides, tion for promptness and reliability. As each mem
know how much two and two makes," or else ; that vessel was not of thc size by several huu- ! her of tho firm is either a practical machinist or
that he is plnvin" a joke on the editor. At all dred tons, as it is apparent was the ship, the ! moulder, they bring the experience of years to their
events, he ha.; " phivcl right into our hand," as i remains of which were found by Capt. Nickols. j work. They are the sole makers of some kinds of
thc saving is. Sinking or the great Essayist, ' Another circumstance which goes to prove that the ; rented machinery that canno W obt.oned at any
we Ktid,-after .pi.-ting one of hi, noble utter- j :k is a m.lern one, is that the masts, which arc J ct er etihl,shn,e nconiently
' 1 r." 'still to W soon, are what arc called by seamen i all who are engaged m quartz or any other kind of
cni-os , the .,i, se of Innnan l.ced...n : , mlnint he rJJ of Ml0ry
of ".le cou'nt.y a!,d tiurZ V iron Wnds. The coat of arn!s from the stem -ill men, to send lor one of their circulars, or call
fact, he was so much of a liberal and so outspoken ! Capt. Nickols hss bi-ought here and deposited in thc j in person at their W orks in San Jrrancisco.
in Ins views, that lie was ollerod a peerage, which he
unfortunately accepted, and became Lord Maeaulay.
F rom that mouiciit his tomrue was tie.1, iind his use-
fulness in the cause of British reform destroyed, save
w hat remains in his writings and noble history."
The hu t that " twenty years later,' when am-
hitioti had M tinted thc generous impulses of his
younger days, and when thc gilded nothing of a
title ohs-urcI his mental vision, he wrote tlic
chartist lctterattribntcd to him, which Mr. "Two
,, tl t 1
I t r. J r-j
o rrl Mini tos our remarks quoted alve. No liter
ary man was more sensitive of his reputation lor
consistency than Maeaulay, hence his particular
injunction to tlie party to wIhuiiJic was writ in-
not to "send what I write to thc newspapers."
lie knew jrf-rfeetly well, that he was, in that h?t
tcr, r ranting his lotty Injure pidtished opinions,
and, it t-.uui.it he doubted, bclicing the inmost
convictions of his soul, for which reason alone he
requested il might never W made public. Jlut
he was, gn-at Essayist, Historian, Lord only
human, after all. j
The Catholic (Y.mktiry. This burial ground at
Kul ikahua having, like thc old Nuuanu valley com- j
I'tory, Uvomc densely crowded with the remains of
those who have gone to the " spirit land," it has been i
found necessary to enlarge. The Catholics of Hono- !
lulu are numerous, and though not rich, are, accord- ,
ing to their means, quite liWral. Mr. Manuel Pico :
a Portuguese resident of long standing, Wuglit thc
lot adjoining the cemetery to thc eastward for lotn,
nnd a subscription of some sr'ooO was raised to buy
two acres, thc Bishop of Arathea, the Reverend i
Father L. Maigret, contributing ij'lOO dollars to- 1
wards the purchase money. Messrs. Pico and Perry, 1
the former particularly, besides contributing liWr- -ally
in money, gave their -ermnal laWr and fur- '
nished materials for erecting the new and handsome
fence which now encloses the cemetery. It remains
f,,r the Catholics to beautify tho last resting oLioe of
their dead in the same maimer as has l-eoif il- ne at
the Kawaiahao church-yard, by planting algeroba,
and other i-rennial tree. That was done at the
suirirestion of tins journal, m 1-iS, and the imp roved
r .i . .i . e l i.. i
appearance of that " city of tne .lead gives a mel-
aticholy s ttisf icti.-n to those whose friends lie there
in their long sleep.
Government anp rnci vl Notick.-s. The Ieputy
Clerk of the Supreme Court gives notice that U. S.
N. Euier n has made npjilic ition to Chief Ju.-ticc
Allen, for h tters of Administration on the Estate of
the late Rev. .T. S. Emerson, of AVaialua, Oahu, to !
hear-1 May !-th.
J. Boldman has Invn approvel bj- His Majesty the
Kin", as Acting Consul f.r the Kingdom of Sweden
and Norway, during the absence of J. C. Ptluger,
The Postmaster General publishes a list of " letters
remaining in the Honolulu Post Office, March "1,
l--;7," nun.Wring P'J names, but S"ine of the names
call for several letters, and one as many as ten the
whole numWr of letters numU-ring one hundred and
Tlie aW-ve nre all the new official notices in this
2F The effect of advertising in thc Vickshurg
Times is thus illti-trafod by the "local" of that paj-er:
A lady adertis-! in the Tim' last week f.-r a
stray cow, and the cow came home next day. j-.iwed
down tiiC cowjvii fence, be'l'.wi-l till the milkman
came, and then kept iff her own Caif, while le
MtTF.s or tiii: wr.r.K.
Moire '.iurs. The Briti-h bark K ''.' f
l.ivtrj !. nrrhid in Mcii.l ty list, 7s '. ivs fivm
Muiiil i, she h.irii.g It-it that jn rt i n the "il f tVi
ru.iry, under thuru-r to take the Chinese ceolics why
originally emb.-r'-ced -n liird the .1 utonio Pt!
ntlla, which w.s condcmni-I. The strv !" the v.-v-
ncro r f tlnx c- lies. fn.m l!.nirk..!ijr t- Mm;! i mi l
this j-n, is one of no Krt'.e ii.U-iv-.T. r-iri.illv
tht-re were iv Imtuhi 1 :wA -eveiity-tiht of thin:,
f-'tt .st-veu he 1:1-1. uii 1 ne, wlio i.- n-j.re.-eiitot
haing lien t j-t-itV vt -iijK-ra comuiitt-I miI-
e: le i-n the Clt of Marea l y jiin.;:i;r ovirKnrJ, he
h:t"uir smieliow tr;t the ii!iiiix--:.n into his liea.l that
he w.i. l.itiiijr taken to Honolulu to Ik? hun f.r his
i.a.t ini.lee.Is. A'x-ut it fortnight Kfoie tlie l.avk
arriveil here, the thif-1 mate one morninc; onleml
-iie of tlie Chin.iini-n to sweep uj she Lttweeti .leek?,
where t!iey slept. The man ft-Mtesse-J tnri.e.1 sul
lenly away, but another one seize-l the l.twni au-1
SW-lit tho lirt ilit. 1 i n r.it..wl 1...
(1jti..or t1 take it on deek, he rcfu 1 an l eru -k h:m
. with hu fit, illlIMe.ti:.tvlv arterwarls runtniitr nna-ngst
the cit.wtl of his countrymen. sueh sympt. nis.f
mutinous .Imposition eouM not of course be allowi-l
to pts uuputiislied, ami the t.ffieer, going anioug the
CK.lie, attempted to arrest the oflender, whereupon
j they all cruwded npen him and gave him a severe
; Leathi!? with sticks. In fact thev woiilil. ib.nlnV,
; have killcJ him, had not the chief officer, armed
' Pome o ,he erew, jumped promj-tly to Lis rescue and
! ,i,u'lle"1 tllC mutiny. These coolies are said by the
! m,xra of the o'Sel.l U be a larticularly hard set,
! an1 th;?re wcrc t,,nfC of t,,c,!, In 5ro,,9 w,,cn ,,,e 8,,iP
, arrived here. It is reported by the interpreter on
; . , , . , , . , , ,
; biKir.1 tliat the man who juuito-l overioar-l w:us at the
, , e . , , . . r
! head of a conspiracy to murder the Captain of the
! vessel iii which they originally embarked. It is far-
. ther .j thit B(me tf c(itIks
i cornci, iu the llirsi0Vof thc ,,rit, Lvbfllt whic.h wcur.
j ;n August or fcH-ptemWr, near ll.-ngkong, and
i killed the Captain in cold Mood, and that their leader
j having lieen caught and hung at Hongkong, the i
: coufe-lerates escapel and soi l themselves to go
J abroad. They have added to their bad name, ac- !
j cording to tlie ollicers of the ship, by "breaking:
oirgo," having made way with sundry packages of 1
! pivservcl cinder and lioxes of cizars durin'r the nas- :
! ge from Manila. Some of them are very skillful
i artizan-, showine much ingenuity and skill for al-
i mufct an' ' re.puired. All, how-
j evor' ,lre of class that re.iu.re strict dtsciphnc,
i mi'Kr which tw ? l'e ' W-rern.
Jlie iuastju'ia has Ut-u in " saitittt latitude, and
crosseil the line twice during thc passage, having ex
jK'rieiicel a long continuance of light winds and
r. . , , Ti . 1 .
CuiisK OF the Caroline Mills. 1 lie Anierican
, ,. ,, , , , . . , .
H 0 t,ie oo,, inst ? luLyiu kf ,.re a wrwkin ,
I .age to t)ie WB(twarj ubout three mouths ago. She
wa9 plxvi,lcl with all thc aopurtenances for recover-
eciioojier viroie .pciis, vaj.L. .ickoi:-, ix-iuiiici 10
' vnvlnl -,T,ru.... m,.l l.oi- f'..r,.in .l
.. j-. . , "- ' ...j. ...... ...... .......
were thoroughly experienced in those enterprises, ;
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. and cquipi-d with the proper instruments for
j navigation. A complete modern diving apparatus ;
j was on Warn commonly known as a " submarine
! armor, with two men to operate it, one to .Ion the
! " armor," and the other to attend to the signals of
i cnfclerale while exploring the Ix.ttom of thc
The first island visited by the schooner, and
i '" i,l,,1L'i -1' ""J1-1 ' i-... -
s Halcyon Island, one of the Palmyra group, lying in
, . J, ' , , . ,,;- .,
'1.111111.10 1.'- li anil longiiuuc Jim - oi r..
' . . . , ' ' . - . ,. ..
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: from thc wreck ot thc bark Libclle, winch left here
iiei-e iney oo1;,uicm so..i o-ns tu U"' - - "'" -
last year, having as passengers, Madame Anne
. i.isiiop ana oincrs. 101 tne voyage, capt. .vickois
! visited an island which is on some charts called Gas-
visited an island which is on some charts called Gas-
. , ... T , . . , . . ,.
iiarico and on others Cornwalhs Island, in 14 J 4.1
, .,..,3 f..., , , , . ,.,! ,.,. . ... .,.,1
north, and ify.i t.j east longitude, where he found
- - n- r
; lbulM)r Master's office. The fair inference is, that
j , , . . ostl(lll was tlic n,,, j;;lv Company's
i "P Canton, chartered by the Last India ompany,
I ierhaps, in or the wrecks now to W seen there
may- W thm of two distinct vessels. On the shield,
which is certainly a curiosity and well worthy of
; inspection, arc first, the royal arms of England
: thTC l,',,,H' " ',''"o y i"c crown, cmier:
thU arc evidently the arms of the Hudson's Bay i
OIllOailV. U 1 HIT Ull'l li IH.M1. J LI 111V UUtVl LIO.lt
of thc shield aix a sucecs-ion of elephants and castles.
Then comes a cypher which Captain D. Smith, an
cxoricneed British shipmaster, interprets to signify
IT'.i'.i. the date at which thc shin was built. There
are few probabilities that the fate of the crew of that
. . ... . ..-., i ti , i.. .l
shin will ever l-c asceitamel. 1 tie only si"ii that
1 . . . .
men had ever W-on on the island, Wsidc thc remains
of the wreck, were sine nieces of woodenware. The
unfortunate men who were thus cist on a barren
island may have perished there of starvation, or,
what is more likely, have goue away in the ship's
boats and founderel at sea, or fallen a prey to the
sava -e inhabitants of the neighlring islands.
TlTe CaroUne Mills is lo.-idin- oil, and will sail for
San Francisco next week.
The " Stltart Lane." This fine British clipj-or
arrived on the iod, 127 days from IJoiuhay, and i3
Unind to Baker's Island, to load guano. It may
sound like a l-ng passage, to say 127 days, but there
are some circumstances which, when known, will
show that Capt. Culliton has made a very fair pas-
sage. Bombay, as many of our readers may know, is
..r r .? i. t 1. .
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a wapon on me wes.e. cast oi x,. .us., .u-iia, oe.ng
after Calcutta and Canton the greatest commercial
cnqioriuiu in the East. It lies in hit. 18 50' N.,
and long. 72 .!7' E. During one h-ilf of the year,
the prevailing winds, called tho " Monswin," blow
from the Southeast, and during the other half from
the opposite direction. The Sicuart Lane left Bom
bay on the 17th of I'eceniber last, just in the season
of thc Southeast Monsoon, and so was obliged to take
:a rouudaliout courM! to get to Honolulu. Her log
shows that she passed Point de Galle January 1'Jth,
, an,j oro.sc,i tjie ij,ic. ou ,l,e 17th in long, bo E., the
... , .. 0 .i. wi i .i
S. E. trades continuing far S.uth. She passe 1 the
South End of Tasmania on the lOth of February, W)
miles distant, and sailed through numerous icebergs.
February 17th she passed Stewart's I-land, on the
south of New Zealand, and from thence she had
strong Northwest winds to the latitude of Pitcairn's
I-land, which was reached March !id. Crossed the
Equator in the Pacitio on the 20th of April, m l'.ngi-
tudo 1 If AV.. and from thence to this port, cxtx-ri-
enced lujht nnd variable w imls. ;
The Sacr.vme.nto Fo e. The Daily Bee Announces .
thc publication of a Sr,i- M'cekly Ece on and after
AVednoslay, May 1, ls.57. If tho latter shall W
markcl by the ability of the fmncr, it will prove a
valuable addition to the readltig public t f the State. '
The Daily Vee has Wvn a bright, lively an 1 pungent
,. . , , , , - , '
advocate of truth, political and moral, aud its columns I
; h &" v5th ,h,u,,f,a and racy selee-
ti'.ns from poets and prose writers. AVc wish the
semi-weekly all success. So says the Placerville
Courier, and we indorse every worJ.
How ? The A'uoVoa native newspaper, very per- the aroused being held to answer, and he was com-tim-iitly
inquires, " II -w are the Hawaiians, as a raitte 1 for trial at the ptx-ent term of tlie Supreme
nee to W resuscitated ? And goes on to say that ' Court, the native jurors not having yet len finally
there was a fea-t at Leleo ".f Satuiilay, nt which ' discharge 1. Failing to find bail, which was fixed
a l-.,t of native women g"t intoxicated. Should not y Judge lavi? at ?s"o, Stevens was son t over to
ihi- kind of bu-iiu"-s U- pu ft "top t" ? ! the prison, but wa- on Friday rclcn-ed on bail.
1'hom Ar-iTH.vi.i t. After cur ine of l.sst S-itur-.!
I Ji It:!i t iik .lustnt!: :i I arrivi-1, after the
u yr.i.r p:t..ge of forty-five d:iy. having left Syd
ney ii the i :ii of March. A'e are in receipt i f the
sy-hny M..rt!;f,g ll r.ill f March 4th. Ahh"U-h
tir c. iite:n;v. i t:y ii.fcrs that there is nothing worth
t:--i".e:i!g in th-"' p.ipt-i-s that have eiae to hind, an 1
vwi'u-h he w is pvivileivl with having tlie first h'k at.
we, wh" pn f,-- to iniliis an 1 our business of editing,
I'l-'iitiii- and eotiditftiiig a newspaper, having 1-een
i.r-1 and brou-ht up to that ivcupation. dtt tin I
s-j.eUiiiiir worthy of note in these uowspajH-rs of the
(VI..iiv of Aiisiral'-a, one of the in. st thriving and
.ropcrou of the m a-iy 1 C-sh-..ts i f the great Angio
ma son family. Piaiply to show tiie importance, com
mercially, of that part of the Wot! 1, it is enough to
state that on Sturday, March id last, the revenue
from the customs in the port of Sydney, amounted to
the sum of s o.i'Oo GO, f. r that single day alone, at
tlie rate of nearly two millions per annum.
We compile a few items of interest. The Inter
colonial Exhibition of industry and art at MclN.urne,
el...-ed on the i.Vl of February. During the time the
Exhibition remained open there were nearly ;lo0 ,tO0
visitors ! and the receipts for a lmission amounted to
f. .'... Larue uwards of prizes and' medals were
Twit, of the kind known as brown trout, have
been successfully introduced into the rivers of Ta-
the sP nvn bavin- fwn E,,S'
' Cotton is leing quite extensively cultivated in
Qtieensrmd, an 1 on March 1st, picking ha 1 eom
; menced, with gxd j-rospei-ts.
' thio of the principal Loudon furniture manufac
turing firms has sent out to Hobart Tow n, orders to
j forward to them specimens of the woods of Tasmania,
' suitable, from their grain, thc practicability of
working them, nnd their capability of receiving a
fine polish, to the manufacture of the choicer and
more tasteful articles of furniture and ornament.
London firms should send to Hawaii nei, for speci
mens of cabinet woods, and we will wager that nav
: ing once seen and tested our koa, kou, and other
varieties of trees they would send no more to Tas
mania. Times in South Australia are still represented as
"hard," deplorable accounts being given of the
state of thc country in consequence of the drought.
e "veune has al, eonsidembly dcvrease,l, -.luring
! thc r:,st m the customs the falling on having
a,,,,nte, . 1?'10:
On close inquiry, it was ascertained that the sum
of money " misappropriated by C. E. Eastwood,
who recently came to Honolulu in the IVootllund,
and went hence to California, was only a trifle over
:i2,".(M, instead of 10,000 as first stated.
New gold discoveries are mentioned, both in Aus-
- iriioa iiii'i .e s.caiauu, 0111 iney uo 1101 nm.ica iioicii
i attention. In some mineral sand discovereil in large
1 .i: . 1 v- 't .t ... 1 1... .1 1 . . ...j . . 1.
i Cjuantities in New Zealand, it is said that Some 00 to
70 lH'r ccnt' "f I'1:ltiu' Veen found, as well as
f P'". which of course will be extremely
It is further claimed that they have dis-
covered Petroleum, not fir from Adelaide, in its
I natural state and in large quantiti
, f 1
Skntexced. Last Monday, in the Supreme Court,
; j,,, Alloa delivered the decision of I
the Court in
thc motions which ha1 Vieen mfl,lc nu,,
the counsel for Ileinriehs, convicted for rape, fur
arrest of iudirment and a new trial. Tlie Court, in
' kn,,tliv vviatten ot.inion. overruled both motions.
vholvul)U ,iiC prisoner was brought up for sentence.
ti.:- r.-.iu inniivv.ivelv d.'livevcil bv the Chief Tnitice
: lloa was impixs.-ivny mnvueu ny tne chili justice,
,.Vt tint Ifcim-ichs Im iiimrioneil at hard
to tne t licet tn.it nuunuis v. mipi i-onci at nai l
. iaiK,r f,ir the term of ten yeai-s, and pay a fine of
IlliV uoiiai.-. x lie scmcncc J5 ceeie, iui. iiie rmu;
r i ...... 'n . : 1 . . . ..n:...rt
; (f uhU.h tllC p,.,,,. stands convicte-I is one of thc
; Inost ilC;n.ms that humanity is guilty cf, and 111 these
jn., should W sternly punished, from the .fact of
. (. ,rno, i
existence of a certain cl-tss of unprincipled for-
r . .- 1 , nasv .-VL.'n I 1.1 " 1 .mo H-a WVi")v 4 1 1
vi"llvlc IIVIl J l',rV ' t lV, I ri v 1V lVt.VIHI)
Victoria. If an example were desired to show a
leading trait of the Queen of England, it is fur
nished in the following anecdote. It is this independ
ence of the restraints of fashion that has made her so
Wlovod as a ruler. Thc moral is that any person
who chooses to differ from others and W abstemious,
; shouM w aliowc,i to ti,;nk or act as he pleases
A w,icn lininjr with Q1Ie0n Victoria, wns
challenged by a royal duchess to take some wine with
Ji.'l. I1C I..1IIV1V lll.h.lJ.l lid , Mill ,l.-VOUV.4 UiU VII. 11'
plimont, stating that he never took wine. The duch
ess immediately turned to the Queen and jeularly
said: Please your Majesty, here is Lord , who
declines to take wine at your Majesty's table."
Every eve was turned to the Queen, and not a little
curiosity was ev inced as to thc manner in which thc
abstainer would he dealt with. AVith a smiling and
- ... , ni
grace ul expression the Queen replied: There is no
compulsion at my table.' The story is communi
cated to a newsjuiper ly one of the guests.
A Pi iiLie Fountain". It is rumored that the mem
Wrs of the Temperance League have in consideration
. . c it . i' . : .. . r t i-
; 11 " I"1""
: l,uilt n t,ie corncr "f KhlS and Bethel streets, on
' which of 1:l,e y haa Won F" tcnsively
, "V the cities and large towns of England.
The idea is one that immediately recommends itself
' to the appreciation of the public. AVc understand
that the Minister of the Interior has promised to
furnish, free of cost, the stone necessary for the
j structure of the fountain, and the water from the
government pipes. It is a good idea. Let us have
. Adam's Ale," in plenty, and "we shall have less
. thecs. A California paper, notic-
ing the way iu which trees are cut down for fuel in
that State, deprecates it, and urges the planting of
forest trees. It estimates the price of wood five years
hence at double what it is now. One half the wood
has already been cut from the Sacramento and San
Joaquin rivers as far up as they nre navigable, and
more than half the oak timWr along the lines of the
Sacramento Valley and Pacific Railroads. In the
pnirie States, we observe that efforts are now Wing
made to plant trees on an extensive scale, and in
some a Wilis w ill W paid by the State Government
to those who plant a certain number.
The Polar Sea. Dr. Hayes, who visited thc
Arctic Ocean in 11-01 and If 02, has recently pub
lished a liook describing his voyage. He gives it as
his decided opinion, founded upon his personal ob
servations, that the ojricn polar sea really exists. He
bases his theory uton the fact that water 111 motion
w;n not freeze. In the vicinity of the North Pole the
water is kept constantly in motion be the flowing in
an l (jut fthc CulfStreanu nn.i ly the continual
Mow;n?. c,f thc n.p. ne believes that thc North
pol(, can c rca,Uy n!u.)l(..i i,v a steam vessel going
1iri,nh Jon, s,unil an1 p!l.sing along thc coast of
. . , ,
Co-iMini-ii roil Iri.vl. On Thursday last, A :1-
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i....T(inj n-l,., r itlmr v ,j n I.e.. ........ .
h IN.lioe M(lJt;,tPate on a cliirl(
emWzzling '1"1, the property of Geortro Davis, of
Kawaihae, Hawaii. In the opinion of tlie Magis
trate, the evidor.ee adduced was sufficient to warrant
I Tur F(im if:v Orm-F. Tho fiaztltt s iv :
i . "
I II l 1 ll. ti. y t?,e lii,l:-r of I r mii rt.i.n. K ith hi
! t.il-., .:'.!. I VI. t-. i,;,i 1. s-T t.t! V . ! U- i Kltti t !.' I.!i r!.. 'l
; 01, .Ltu, r A t'-tura. on ,n,;.vy, f r il.t:t.i. The '-triy
; i I U- a! ut ai-.-'it t ,i. nioitll.--.
The liiiztttc tart! er mj thut "the season for
. louring has set in." So it sec-;., i far a th
Foreign and Finance t:lices are concerned. It is
also annouucel th t during the ali'tn-e of Ills For
; eign AlVairs l.vccilcney. the Minister of the Interior
vr'ui discharge the duties of the Foreign .1i-T. Thee,
it Is s'ippi'S'l, will mainly e-iisir t in . arrying the key
in his pivkit, during the next two month-'. The
! principal l'U.-h.ess of the Oiliee, which include the
; .juaiterly stttleiuent t-f m! try accountf, will, it is
said, be deferred until the return of the ineumK'nt of
' the office. The Minister of Finance Wing absent in
the United S:atcs, an 1 the Minister of Foreign Kela
tiotis on a phvisure trip of several month-, away ft-inu
the seat of government, would soeiu to demonstrate
j-that one Minister, with a coiuK'tent clerk for each
department, would be all sufficient to keep "the
! mill " a gi'ing, and pave a pile of money, in the
, way of salaries, traveling expenses, &c. c, which
1 now is ipurterly taken out of the public funds.
Sr. Gkori;is Society. u Tuesday evening last,
the above named society held its annual meeting at
the Public Hall, on the corner of Nuuanu and King
streets. There are some two hundred subscribers to
this Benevolent Association, and like the American
lUlief Fund Association, and mmy other similar
K-ncvolent organizations in Honolulu, it has lieen
productive of no little giod in assisting the poor and
needy. The annual dues payable by the subscriliers,
are six dollars per annum, or fitly cents per month.
Those of the American Relief Fund are double that
amount, Wing -1 a month. The latter have, it is
said, some JjrTOO loaned out on interest, with a very
fair balance in thc Treasurer's hands. The proceod
i:.gs at the Tuesday night's meeting wcrc harmoni
ous, and the si-ciability that the occasion gave rise to,
will no doubt tend to the advancement of the grand
cause of charity, iu which the St. George's Society
is cngigcd. All true Britishers ought to join it.
The following account of the death of a man
under peculiar circumstances, should lea l persons to
be careful alout drinking water in thc dark. We
once heard of a young lady in Honolulu who, on at
tempting to drink from a tumbler in the dark, found
a centipede lodged in her mouth, which was fortu
nately got rid of without a sting or a bite.
A musician belonging to one of the French regi
ments has just met with an cxtraoniinaey death at
Vera Cruz. He was engaged to play at a ball, and
Wing very thirsty went out into the garden, and
finding a water Wttle on the terraee took it up and
drank freely. Suddenly he raised cries of agony,
and uj.n assistance arriving it was found that an
enormous ccntiiiede had fixed its mandibles in his
throat. The animal had taken up its alnxle in thc
neck of the Kittle, and was washed into his mouth iu
the act of drinking. A surgeon who was called was
obliged to cut it to pieces, but the poison from the
bite caused death in a few hours.
A SuirwRECK. Our friend Stiggins, whom we
sometimes see on the corner, was going down town
thc other d.ry in company with Muggins, when he
observed a dog that had lieen killed lying iu thc
street. Stiggins paused, and gazed on the dead ani
mal, and at last remarked ' Here's another ship
wreck." " A shipwreck ! Where?" Why there's
a bark that's lost forever." Muggins growled and
passe. I on, grasping his meerschaum tightly in his
A Jcvexile Thief. A native Wy, aWut 14 years
of age, was on Friday brought up in thc Police Court
for stealing a bag of blacksmiths' coal from the Es
planade. He acted as his own lawyer, with singular
self-possession and acuteness, but thc proofs were too
strong, and he was sent to the Reformatory School
until 'he shall become of ago about six years hence.
"A Geurrnl Fi.lrot!"
Mn. Epitor : I wish to call your attention to a
remark in the " Commercial " article of AVednesday's
, Gazette. Speaking of the sale at Auction of the
Onotnca Plantation at Hilo, the writer says :
It is considered that property sold fir below its
value ; capital seeking investments is not in thc (
. country, ami at tlie present time tnere is a general
distrust to investing in sugar plantations.
i Let me ask, is this the way in which thc Hawaiian
Government, through its official organ, seeks to help
on the business nnd agricultural interests of the
country. Is it true that there is " a general dis
trust'''' in thc safety or eventual profit of sugar invest
ments, when properly managed? Such a state
ment, going abroad uncontradicted, Wsides injuring
our credit, and preventing capital from coming here,
lacks the essential element of truth. Had there Wen
such a " distrust" in sugar plantations, would the
Onomea property have brought 04,000 ? Thc truth
is, that the sugar interests of these Islands constitute
the real, iermaneut basis of our prosperity in thc
future. Every intelligent observer must know that,
and it is significant of interested designs to seek to
undervalue and decry those interests.
Any one who undertakes to write 44 Commercial "
articles for a newspaper, should not only be well
posted in the internal affairs of the country, but nlso
maintain a strict regard for truth iu every respect.
And every editor even though he W a government
editor should W possessed of sufficient foresight and
acumen to suppress all statements like the one I have
quoted, so false in fact nnd so injurious in their
tendency to the real interests of the country.
Respectfully, &c, Veritas.
AVaimea, Hawaii, April 10, 1807.
Mr. Editor : I have read a letter in your paper
of thc tfOth ulto., Eubscrilietl by one who calls himself
" A well wisher to all." If this person will give mo
his name, I will confront him like a man, and the
public shall judge Wtween us. I never yet feared to
f ice anybody who would lift eyes to mine. He who
cannot do that is no man, and beneath my notice.
Yours respectfully, Gkorge Haroev,
Tlh? daily circula'ion ot the London Tvloirauh is
one hundred and thirty-eight thousand seven hun
dred and four copies.
The French papers gravely relate that during the
ensuing Summer, arrangements are made for a
swimming match across the Channel i. e., from
1 lover to Calais.
The Russian (oivernment has commenced the
transformation f the old percussion muskets into
breech-loaders. The number of muskets to be con
vcriod is ''SXti'j't.
Cardinal Antonelli. the Pope's Prime Minister, is
ill : he has the gout in his feet and hands, and for
some days ho has been unable to sign any docu
ment. A proposal to raise a statue to Voltaire, in Paris,
has produced a violent outcry from the clergy, who
ib'iiounce it as an insult to the Catholic Church and
nn outrage to Christianity.
One of the i, lornis proposed by the Emperor of
France, the abolishment of the reply to tin address
from the throne, is peculiarly unpopular. The
Liberal Parly insist upon the preservation of this
The Pope has lately devoted an enonnou.i sum to
the erection of u tomb for his own interment in the
church of Santa Maria Maggiore. It is a most
sumptuous and magnificent cenotaph, inlaid with
C't!y marbb-j and precious stones of every hue
Qi"i:i:et. hktwi:e the Qi kkn ok Srvix a.vo her
Ili siUMi. The cable despatch announced that the
King-Conorf of Spain had been exiled, and now
we have the cause of this strange action by steam
er. It appears that Don l-'ianci-co, the King-Consort
of Spain, has taken a groat fancy to a certain
tenor of the opera at Madrid, and has made vehe
ment efforts to g.-t him created duke and grandee
of Spain. At tho last Council of Stat.; the matter
was brought forward for the third time, when the
Ministry peremptorily refused to comply with the
wish of D',;i Francisco, and the Queen showed by
her silence that she fully agreed with their decision.
On this the Kins-Consort broke out into the most
violent raire. and "apostrophised in the most offen
sive terms'" th" characters of Murstiat Narvucz.
Seiior Marlori. the Civil tiovernmont of .Madrid,
and another Minister, accusing them of the grossest
public and private immorality. The .Ministers
retaliated, and the Queen siit by unmoved while
tin; character of her husband was torn to tatters.
The end to the maite-r was that lie was ordered to
retire to the Castle of Prado. there to remain under
arrest for the present, while his iiruUic and inti
mate friend was marched oil' to the (rentier by a j
tile of gendarmes. i
I lialo I'orcin I fem.
A man in Norwich, Coiim-i tleut. wi recently
bitten by a dog. uud u sensible jury awarded thr
man S --'M damage against the vwitvr . the savage
There is in the city of J,a M-aletn a Protestant
congregation, of ihree hundred persons: and six
schools, of i hundred and twenty children.
A general system -f f.ec schools for the Texas
freetlineii wotil into effect on the first of January,
and will be sustained by the Bureau.
A living machine in course ir cotllructlon.
and U hoiiiu wade " on the modi I of a w iid goo'.'
The inventor sets " as the m.b-l.
The population of Texas nt the be-inning of tho
war was between I'tHi and 7on,ooii. it is now nt
least 1.2O0.OI I. Population is ll v. iag into it from,
every part of the livilii-d woild.
Rev. Dr. William (Joo.lcll. late missionary of th.
American Board at Constantinople, died" at the
residence of his son. in Philadelphia, on the 1Mb
iiist. Ho was one of the most widely kuowu and
beloved of men. His age was "j.
Tho Boston l'ot says it is estimat.il that the
great snow storms cost the city of Boston, to make
the streets passable. ipail.OOO. "
Sixteen thousand dollars "hare been subscribed
ia New York f.r the lainilios of the seamen lost
from the yacht rintiriny.
All Australian colonist has hurio-wsed up a
kangaroo and put him to labor tin ning machinery
with half-horse power. If he gets lazy a pin stuck
iu him has the effect of stirring him up.
They have a lively horse-thief in New Jersey,
lie was put in jail, married there, feigned insanity,
was sent to the lunatic asylum, escaped, slolc an
other horse, and is again arrested.
A Chicago husband disappeared I act Summer,
and his wile shortly after of.lain.if a divorce.
Now he has reappeared, saying that he "only went
away to teach his wife a lesson." and as I ho pair
hav e been remarried, it is fair lo assume that sti
has learned it.
(iKNKrositv. The House of Kepn-sutative haa
passed a hill directing the Secretary of the Navy
to distribute glliO.000 prize money to Commander
AVinslow and the officers and crew "of the Kearshirye
for sinking the .I'ii'mimo.
Fokeion" Missions. There never has been Kuril
an urgent call as now tor men to engage in mission
ary work in foreign lands. The American Board,
alone needs sixty-live men to till the ranks of Ihi
missionaries, beside missionary physicians and
female teachers, yet very few are offering their ser
vices. A body of priests, of the Order of San Francisco,
who immigrated to Costa Rica in November, have
been expelled from the country by the unanimous
voice of thc people, and 5.0U0 was raided to pay.
their expenses out of the country.
Ex-iovernor Curtin. of Pennsylvania, leaves for
Europe in ubout two weeks, intending to spend;
some three or four months abroad, thc principal
part of the time in Rome, where the temperature
will he more favorable to the sole object of Iiisi
visit, restoration to health. After his return he
proposes to retire to his old home in Bellcfonle.
Dr. llavvley. the medical examiner nt the Auburn
(N. Y.) State Prison, has, after a careful examina
tion of Lindsoy, the ihihl-whipper. pronounced
him of unsound mind, in consequence of a spinal
disease of many years' standing. The effect of this,
decision was to cause the prisoner to be pluced .at
an avocation that will not he laborious.
Prior to a year ago all the emery used in the .
United Stales wa imported. Machinists and glass
cutters use 1,500 tons annually. But deposits of
this mineral have been discovered in Massachu
setts and on Arowsic Island, in the Kennebec
River. Maine, which arc said to he inexhaustible
and will hereafter supply the demand.
Madame Ristori states that the receipts at her
performance, on the 22d. at the Chicago Opera
House, were the largest since her first appearance
on the stage amounting to $.,00. Moscow,
ranks second and Brooklyn third. Of the $1,800,
her personal share is $2.C0O. Her ow n personal
ri'coipls since her arrival in this country, in Sep-.
tember last, have been $13G.00O.
As Uscal. The Chicago Express nnd Telegraph
Club held 1.2(H) tickets in tho Crosby rafile, and -drew
two pictures valued respectively at $10 and.:
Sl.A. The Pork-packers Club, numbering fiOO..
drew a $15 painting. They can congratulate
themselves that these great works ol art will remain
in that city.
The New PitESinEVTiAi. Mansion. For several
months past, officers of the topographical engineer
corps have been making surveys and examinations
in tho neighborhood of Washington, for the selec
tion of a proper site for the new Presidential
mansion. They are now making up their report,
and it is said have selected for the mansion and
park a tract of 1N00 acres of land northward ol
the city, and near Columbia College.
Eriscoi'Ai.. Bishop Kip, of California, has Issued
a letter against frivolous amusements, nnd espe
cially against dancing at Sunday School nnd
Church festivals. St. James Episcopal Church,
San Francisco, is to bo built without pews, and all
seats free. Its dimensions will he GG by 137 feet.
Rev. Drs. John Cotton Smith and Stephen II.
Tyng. of New York, and C. M. Butler, of Philad !
phia. are about to assume tho editorship of 7 h
J'reitcslaut Churchman, which is to be reestablished
in New York specially for the purpose of opposing
the ritualistic party in tho Protestant Episcopal
JOHN S. McCKKlV, M. II.,
Pbyslrfun and Sargrou.
Office Over Dr. K. Hoffmann's Drug Btnro, corncr nf Kathu
manu anil Merchant St., oKMita the I'oxt Oulce.
riIIR PARTXERSIIII' IIKHKTOFORH
1 existing lK-twocn Jaiui-t OII nil lliairy Hart expired on.
the2lday of April. ' JAMKS Ol.Pft,
&CU 3t 11KNKV HART.
ANCHORS AND CHAINS, per IRAZTJ,
IRON STOCK ANCHORS, WEIGHT FROM
171 Wis to :.M II. s.
Chain Cahlea, from I in. to inch.
Small Chain 6 if, 1 ami J inch.
SGD 6t t or Hale Loir by P0LLF.? h Co.
SPERM AND WHALE OIL.
CONSTANTIiV ON IIAMIand FOR SiLE
hy the CASE, UAUREI. or liALJ.Oy at
bo9 am HO LLCS tf Cr.'t.
IFFEIIKXT RRAM1S-. FOR, SALE AT
HEDUCKIt i'itlCLS HY
563 Ot KOI.LKS Co.
RECEIVED PER SHIP "SYREN!"
Capt. Morse, from Boston.
CKOAR ItOAT UOARIJS. ASH OARS
itoston Il.nua. lii.x.u Cuduuli,
Hags Black l'i.-H-r,
Casca Uround Spices,
ftnda. Cream of Tartar, Ac, Ac
503 St And fr sale ly 110LLES ft Ca
TAR AND PITCH!
"lockhohn Tar in harrels ami half harn-ls,
Stockholm Pitch ia barrel and half harrela.
Coal Tar In Imrrets an.l half barrels.
RELE1FEU PER R. W. H'OOI).
For Sale by ROLLE3 A Co.
Russia Hemp Cordage,
Just Received per R. IT. KW.
llano Corsair, sue from 2 in. lo 7 inches.
Ratlin, Marlin, lloaw-tin, Spanynm, etc., etc
For gale by HoLLES fc Co.
Di-st quality all flax Canvas, a full assortment of oambrrs.
Received, per Syren.
For Ea!e by liOLLKS Co.
Westphalia Hams, received per R. W. Wood,
A gmi.Il kit of Very Superior Quality.
For Sale by BOLLKS Co,
OATS, received per A. A. Eldridge,
For fc!e l y UOI.LEd k Co.
Including Size from in. Vt 4 inches.
For Pale by D0LLE3 ft Co,
II A V A X A C I (; A H S !
A f.-w Choice HAVANA CIC.ARS.
Il'-ct irrd per Hark Rnjfe.
569 M For Sale by B0LLKS fe Co.
K. DKLKV AR. i. CA-SJt.
E. DELEMAR 5t Co.,
PAINTERS AND GLAZIERS
C60 Kaahumanu St., Honolulu, IT. I. ly
VIA I'F.RSOXS HAVING CLAIMS
av.iinst the unUt-rsixne.! must present tliein on or Iw-fore
the lot day of XLiy, ati'l those iuJubted will confer a favor by
pr'-sf-nliog theirs iu-.nie,liatt ly.
WVJ M ALl:X. CAM I'll ELL.