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SHIP STORES AT AUCTION,
THIS DAY !
At 11 clock boor,, at Custom Una wharf, win be sold
BEEF and PORK,
.. SALMON & FLOUR,
" - - c g BABT0W. Aact'r.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 25,
At 10 A. M-, lU Salearoota,
Furniture, Hosiery, &c.
C. 8. BARTOW. Auctioneer.
THE VINE DISPLAY OF
LIOR INSPECTION AT THE STORE OP
f tbe asderaif ned, Consisting of,
Ladies' and Gent's Cluster and Solitaire
: ladle' and dent's Onyx, Emerald, Peart, Garnetl, Bas
' -". ahire' Cameo. Amethyst. Turquoise, and other
'v .' flat actUag -Ladiea'
Fiat Gold Wedding Rtaga,
Lrf.ee aaef Gent's Elegant Aloha King,
Mow Arsis and Cornelian Bioga,
Ladies aad Geol'a Gold Watche aad Chain,
Ladiea' aad Children'! Lockets aad Locket Chains,
Lediee' Flaw aad Ear Rings,
Ladle' Elegant Amethyst Setts,
Ladiea' JeU Setts, -LavdW
Jett Keck Chains aad Ear Kiaga,
. La4ia' Cold Bracelet. .
Child'a Finger r.Ii.gi.
Ladiea' aad Qrnt's G .1J Bosom aad Sleeve Stwds,
Ladies' Gold Glove BaUoaa aad Bationers, .
Ladiea' Coral Setta, Ladiea' aad Grafs Charma,
Ladiea' OoU aad EUver Toiaablea, v '.'::'''
Baby Sleeve and Caff Pins.
Solid Silver Fish Knires,
Solid Silrer Pie Knires,
I Bolt? snrer Cake Kalres, - j '-,
1 i .1 r. . gelid Silrer Berry Spooas, .'--.-
Solid Silrer Table Spoons,
; Solid Silver Dessert Spoon.
SaHd SUrer Dessert Fork,
Solid Silrer Tea Spoons,
Solid SUrer Sugar Shall,
y V Solid Silrer Goblet aad Cape,
Solid Silrer Child's Knires, Forks and Spoons,
E7 Aad many other article loo nomeroas to -specify.
Also.; per Ocean Pearl,
4 nfTftCSKS.' VALISES, BAGS, fcc, ke.
Ever Offered litre. All thtse Goodt will be
Sold at Prices to Suit the Times!
Giving Purchasers the Benefit of the ten per
r. jJ t . i i i . i
cent, on Bags and Leather Ware.
C! ASP , j (CUfiHQ JHERS !
r 1 1
Another Lot of those
Superior Domestic Sewing Machines
which ar getting to be so popular here. Also,
All tie txtra taligs teltiglitc U the AktiellAehlie,
Xeedka, Oasnasera, Tuckers, Bobbins, BIU, Shnttle,
eaaitle Heads, Etc, Etc.
Also, 22-100 Cartridges, Cabinet Powder !
IT Bapaciallj Adapted tot Sportsman.
FOB SALS AT
, it. pM IT it 3 (,'anu stvkc, rort BC
sTTUIE UNDERSIGNED. FORM ERLT WITH
I Hf, Eckart, bees ta tafona ciliaeaa of Hoaolala aad tha
Mbiie geaerallr, that be aaa takea the store oa Fort Street,
speeit Odd Fellows Hall, ( formerly occupied by Thoa. Taa-
. VDer be will gire apeeial attention to the snannfactariag
aad repairing af all kiads of Jewelry.
Particular attention give to Shell aad Kakal Work.
tor Will gaarantea aaiiafaetiea in all hia work. JT
Hoaolala, Nor. 87, 1878. (ao dm) WM. M. WE.NNEg.
I HAVE THIS DAT SOLD THE BLACK"
SMITH fehop, Tooie aad Stock ia Trade, cogether with tha
good will of the boaknees ihereta, lecated oa tha Esplanade, ia
this city, ta Messrs. West it Cotesaaa.
While taking thi opportantty ta thank tbe public lor their
Bberal patronage, I would ask a eootlaaaeco of their farors to
tha new arm. CHAD. T. GCLICS.
t ' XTtcwior afiae WIS of J U Thorn psoo, deceased.
naoUoia, October 2d, 18TS. ; ' oct7
lt''rflA fTTTX "DTTTJT.Tr ' -
E HAVE THIS DAT FORMED
CO-PARTNERSHIP far the porpoae of carrying oa
easiness af Carriage Building and Repairing la all ita
braaehea, also Blackamithing af kinds. Horse Bboelag,
Bhipemithing, Building and Bridge work, Ac, ec.
We shall keep ceastaotly oa hand a large assortment of
Bar Iran, Hats. Kir sis. Washer. Bolts, Clinch Bioga, Black,
smith Coal. Also, Carriage Fittinga and Trianainga of an
kjads, all of which will be sold at the Lowest Market Rates.
Coaatry orders will meet with prompt aad careful altentioa.
WEST A COLEMAN.
Hoootula, October jM, 187S. J eel
CHAS. T. CULICK,
Interior Office. Hoaolala.
1T0TICE TO HOLDERS OP STOCK, &c,
On the Island of Hani.
ALL PERSONS HAVING CATTLE,
HORSES, -. graatca; aa the Wailaka or Waikapa
tmm . sea requested to remore tbe same, if not commuted
for ea ar before the 1st day ef Jane, 1876. After aald date all
Ctuie, arc, fbemd tresspassing will be impounded according to
Uw. - An pereea wishing to roe cattle, Ac, on said commons,
caa da to by app'ying to
HENRY CORSWELL k CO..
- ' Waikapa, Maul.
H. B- No drlrtag Horses, Cattle, Ac, or brand log allowed
on aald catasaooa withoat tbe perroiiwon of the (aid Corawell
M Co., ar their anthoriaed ageot. - -
Wailaka, May 22, 1S78. myMtf
DY E. P. ADAMS.
REGULAR CASH SALE !
On Friday, January 26th I
At ba!f-r.ast 9 A. V., at Salesroom, an
ASST. OF NEW GOODS
Fin Print, Maillns. Linen Drills,
Brown Cotton, WMte Cotton, Uerlao,
Victoria Levna, Silk Handkerchief,
Hemmed Linen Handkerchief,
Fancy Flannel Overshirts,
Harrard Shirts, Wool Bhawle,
Torkiih Towels for Bathing,
Blankets, White Shirts, Amoskeag Decimi,
Cotton Drill, Brilliants,
Fin Tweed Salt.
. Bed UailU, Merino aad Cotton Undershirt,
PELT AND STRAW HATS !
Ladiea' Hose, Men's Socks,
Bridles and Bits, Travelling Bag, Etc, Kte.
GROCERIES, FAXCV GOODS, if. !
Beat Brands Kerosene, Card Matches,
Teaat Powder, Sardines, Soda Crackers,
Clothes Pin, Hams, Bacon, Candles, .
Pickles, Tobacco, Cigars, Floe Tea, Oyster,
Asa Handles. Bait, Waab Blue, Paia Killer,
Also Crushed Sugar
K. P. ADAMS. Aact'r.
Exccutor'8 Sale !
in a mi
. 0H KIHO STEEZT.
By order of M Pico, Esq, execute of the estate of
Aatone Manuel, deceased,
OH SATURDAY. - - - - - JANUARY 27.
At 12 o'clock, noon, on the premises, King Street, will
be sold at Public Auction, all that certain
Piece or Parcel of Land !
Oa King Street, near Maanakea, aad
recently occupied by
A o tone Manoel, deceased, with a good.
Store & two story dwelling house,
BOTn UPON THE PREMISES.
The title to the property Is perfect, and the stand la an ana.
anally good one for the retail trade. Plan or the property can
be seen by application to M Pico, Esq, or A J Cartwright, Esq.
A portion of the purchase money can remain on mortgage.
E. P. ADAMS. Aact'r.
PASTURE LA RIDS
In Koolaupoko, Oahu.
By order of C T Galick. Esq. Executor of the wilt of II II
Sawyer, deceased, I shall offer at public auction,
ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17,
At 12 o'clock, noon, at my Salra Boom, la Honolulu,
The Valuable Property
belonging to aaid estate, situate In Koolaupoko, Oahu,
and described as follows, tut t
FInt, TIIiT CEETAIX PIECE OS PARCEL OF LAND
Commenclnr at a point near Wafkane. aa per surrey of 0 J
Lyons, and called lot No. 2, and running north M SO west
100 feetj south 78, west 173S ft; south 8 SO', east 883 ft;
north 65 40', east 925 ft; north, 66 05, eaat 393 ft; south
40 60'. eaat 453 ft; north 63 50. eaat 016 ft; north 24 85'
west (32 ft, to initial point; containing aa area of 31 8-100
acre, ' . . . .
With the buildings & improvements
thereon, the same consisting of one dwellng house, 6 rooms;
dining room and cook nouse, store nouse ana out house with
all the furniture therein, consisting of beds, tables, chairs, Ac.
A portion of thi land, say 10 acre, is under lease for fire
years, rrom Jan. J, 1870, there oeiog tnree years yet to run, at
lliia per year, payable semi annually. In advance. Nearly
the whole of thla land ia susceptible of cultivation for rioe, aa
there ia a sufflcieacy of water lor the purpose, and it is really
a one opportunity for caiuvatora.
This parcel will be put up at auction la ons lot, Including
bouses and furniture.
LOT AO. OXE, THAT VALUABLE PASTURE LAD !
Being aa 111 of Waiahole, Koolaupoko, Oahu, and more fully
described in survey by C J Lyons, and containing an area of
235 acres, with all the baildings and Improvements thereon.,
The land has a number of streams apoa It, and a portion caa
undoubtedly be used for cultivation of Rice, Sugar or Coffee.
The upper portion la well wooded, and the pasture land is a
good aa caa be deaired.
Thla piece will be put up in one lot With building.
TITLE FER SIMPLE I
Flan of the property caa be seen at auction room, and for
further particular enquire of C. T. Qulick, Esq, or
E. P. ADAMS. Auct'r.
AT PRIVATE SALE !
A Small Lot of Choice
Eed Columbia Eiver Salmon !
E P ADAMS. Auct'r.
CHiirIP AGUTE !
K A MOl. AN
Ruinart, Pere & Fils Carte Blanche
IN QUARTS AND PINTS. .
For sale at Agent' rates, by
' H. HACKFELD k Co.,
Sole Agent for Messrs. Ruinart Pere a Fils,
AND FOE SALE AT THE ST0EE OF
, d30it , !
For Ilongltongr Direct!
JvL . . The A 1 BrUsh Ship
.A-iicrlo Saxon !
. . J 833 tans regisvr.
C. nARRIXGTON, - - Msj.ter.
Win be despatched lot the abore pert on or about
Wednesday, the 24th inst.
For particulars apply to
LEX EH AN Co.
For Portland, Oregon,
The fine British Iron Chip
LINTON" X t t Master,
Will sail for the above port in a few days !
XT FREIGHT AT LOiV RATES!
J20 Apply to TPEO. n. DATIES. Agents.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.'s San Francis
co, Australia and New Zealand Line.
es'- TUE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
r&t.iA . . .
y fci A Mj fk atf JL A a
Will Leave Henalalsi far
KANDAVTJ, F. I., & SYDNEY, N. S. W.
connecting at Kandavu with Company's steamer for AUCK
LAND, N. Z., PORT CHALMERS, and intermeliate ports.
On or about the 6th of Feb.
For Freight and Passage, and farther Information,
apl5 Apply to II. UACKPELD A CO., Agents.
Pacific Hail Steamship Co.'s San Francis
co, Australia and New Zealand Line.
THE 6PLENDID STEAMS IJIP
CITY OF SYDNEY,
Will Leave Hoaolala far
San Francisco on or about Jan. 30th !
E7 For Freight and Passage, or any further information
qr Apply to H. HACKFELD at Co. Agent.
TIME-TABLE OF THE
STEAMER " KILAUEA,"
MARCH A XT,
Januarv 22d. Monday. 6 n tn Hill
January 29tb. Monday, S p m. aoaa
February 6th, Monday, 4 p m....Nawiliwili and the Circuit)
February 12th. Monday, 5 p m... II Ho
February 19tb. Monday, 6 p m.... ...Kona
March 5th, Monday, 5 p m Hllo
March 12th, Monday, 6pm Kona
March 19th, Monday. p m Hilo
March ZBtn, Monday, a p m avooa
On Kona tripe tbe Steamer will go aa lar aa uonomauno.
On all Windward Trip the Steamer will leave her wharf at
6; all tripe to Kauai, will leave at 4 p.m. On down trips
the Steamer will not leave Kawaihae before 10 A. M.;
Makena aa per notice on op trip, Maalaea Bay not before 7 a.
m. Any change rrom ni anove wut oe aaverusea.
Rates of Passage will be
To or ftom Kaunakakai, Molokal. ........ ........
S 6 oo
, e oo
, 8 oo
, 10 oo
, 10 00
" Lahaina, Maul..........
" Maalaea, Maai. .........
" Mahukona, Hawaii
" Kailua, "
" Kaawaloa, u
Kau Coast "
, 10 00
, 10 00
Circuit or Hawaii, Round Trip
To or from any Port on Kauai.......
Circuit of Kauai, Bound Trip
Deck Passage for nativea only
No Credit for Passage Money !
TICKETS AT THE OFEICE ONLY.
No berth will be considered as taken until paid for. Not
responsible for baggage unmarked or any Freight or Parcel
unless receipted for.
FREIGHT MONEY DUE ON DEMAND I
irr An effort will be made to nave the steamer reach Hono
lulu oa the eveniag of the same day she leaves Maui.
'.!" SAMCEL O. WILDER, Agent.
Office wllh Wilder k Co., corner of Fort and Queen Street.
FOR KOLOA & OTHER PORTS ON KAUAI.
THE SCHR. KAMAILE I
Will have regular dispalnh for Kauai, aa above, until farther
notice. XT Freight aod Passengers taken at the LUV tax
liOLLr.s & CO., Agents.
P. S. .This vessel has Just been thoroughly repaired, newly
coppered, and put in perfect order. ap!6
REGULAR PACKET FOR LUIALA.
THE SCHR. NETTIE MERRILL,
E. D. CRANE, Master.
Will Ban BegnUrly between This Port and Lahaina,
Honolulu Saturdays and Lahaina eerj Wednesday.
068 3m H. HACKFELD A Co.. AgenU. .
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
. SV eaw-aws
. C. BREWER Sc CO. AGENTS.
Favorable arrangement can always be made for
Storage and Shipment of Oil, Bone, Wool, Hide
and other Merchandise to New Bedford, Boston, New York and
other Eastern Ports. C Cash Advancea made.
o2 ly C. BREWER k CO.
. f - ...t REGULAR
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
W" IS. I - -
" C. BREWER Ai CO., AGENTS.
Merchandise received STORAGE FREE and
liberal cash advances made on shipments by this
(3 ly) - C. BREWER k CO.
. 1 1 - f ;
sAii is . g. tr 1 iiE r,
Hawaiian : Steamer KILAUEA !
L. MARCH A NT. ------ MASTER.
SAiilNttx DAYS as per Schedule,
Unlet Otherwise Advertised.
TICKETS ONLY AT OFFICE !
FREIGHT; BILLS DUE ON DEMAND.
apl OFFICE WITU WILDER k CO.
THE RIDGE HOUSE :
KEALAKEKUA BA TJIA WAIl.
TilE'lIAWAllAN ISLANDS ARE
noted the world over for their unrivaled salubrity of
climate. Certain localities In tbe group are espec
ially favored in this way. The District of Kona, on
tbe leeward aide of Hawaii, has long been famed aa a place of
resort for invalids with bronchilal, ox lung diseases. With its
pure and. aiid atmosphere, with ita absolute freedom from
storm or high winds, with its porous soil which, with all ita
rich vegetation, retains no dampneaa and yields no malaria, and
with an unvarying temperature that of the American or
Southern European Jane ALL TUB TEAR ROUND, the
climate of Kona is one of the healthiest and most luxurious on
The undersigned, at hia house at Kaawaloa, a house une
qualed in tbe district for s'-se, cleanliness, commodiousnesa,
and thoroughness of furnishing, is prepared to give boarder
excellent roam ana ail obtainable comforts in tbe way of diet,
THERE ARB FRESH WATER BATHS
on tbe premises, and fine sea bathing within a short distance.
The steamer Kilaueaand the schooners l ilama and Prince, run
regularly between Honolulu and the Kaawaloa land ins;.
The undersigned employs no agent nor runners. His house
speaks for itself opon inspection. A. A. TODD.
Kaawaloa, Kealakekua Ear, Kona, Nov. IS. 1876. dlo
Pure Bred Ajlesbury Duck. Home Fed Turkeys.
KIXQ STREET. HOXOLULtT. 7 ly
rUST RECEIVED PER
I INVOICE OF
KA MOl, AN
HEIDSIECK & CO.'S
. . . .Grand Vin Royal,
In Quart and Pint. For Sale at AgenU' rate by
H. HACKFELD A Co
Sole Agent for Messrs. Heidsieck k Co.,
ap2? . Rheimi.
t t :
5.4 TURD A Y. J A S LA R Y 20.
Concerning District School Boards.
For the poxpoae of more effectively caxryicg out the prorl-
aiona of law relasicg to (he Bureau of I'uLlic I&truciiiti, and
under the authority cooierred by ffectico 3, of "Aa Act to
repeal Chapter 10 of ibe Ctvd Code, acd to reguUu the
Bureau ef Public lastructkn," aiprctcd January 10th, lsai
Iria iiiiit otsiito it tsi Boas or EntcaTioa,
that ia ail districts throughout the aUxmJbn, where for any
cause the regular aatiual ekctioa fur the tkisd a La aaa of
tbe District School Board shall not hare been held at the lime
prescribed by law, the third mea.brrof the said Bcaxd,a
tltcttd at a regular elrctica thereibr, shall cactinue ia office
and have full authority to act aaiil a successor shall have been
regularly elected at the stated time.
Alitolaoi Hale, ,r ... f.ru
January 4th, 1ST7. i w- JA' f 'ru' Eec
JaflSt The stamps required by the provisions of "An Act relating
ta Stamp Duties," approved September 27th, 13TS, can be had
upon application at tbe Hawaiian Treasury.
Dec. 22, 1978. (Im) Registrar Public Accounta.
CMEB0Cd Vurrom. Kigbt hundred thousand
persona visited tbe Hawaiian Department at tbe
Philadelphia Centennial Exposition, as per record
kept by tbe Commissioner.
bcildi.no at ew Ceoforo From a late
Dumber of tbe Standard we learn that tour new
vbipa are being built ia that city for tbe whaling
wclokexce J5Ewi.no MACHINES. Toese machines
can be obtained for $G0, including ruffler, etc.,
from tbe agent for tbe Hawaiian Islands, -Thos.
Lack, No. 40 Fort Street.
Ax Hawaiian M. D. Dr. Jared K. Smith, son of
the Key. Dr. Smith of Kauai, has received a
lioense to practice medicine from this government.
Dr. Smith we learn, bus a medical diploma from
the New York College of Physicians and Surgeons.
balk a 0-day. tsj notice in tuo govern
ment Gazette it is announced that a valuable beach
lot at Waikiki will be sold at auction at noon to
day at Aliiolani Douse; also at tbe same time and
ice lease of the land of Kamulumalu, Kauai.
Whalers Sailed. From New Bedford, Dec. 13,
bark Pacific, Smitheis ; Hth, barks TP. A. Farns-
worth, liamill, and Mercury, Brooks ; all for tbe
North Ptcific. At Honolulu Cant. John Keenan
will assume command of the Farnsworth&pd Capt-
Hickmott of the Mercury.
More Kesclts. Tbe Adderley Plantation at
Koolau, changed bands this week, at tbe very
handsome price ol $25,000. Two years ago, noth
ing like that sum could have been got for tbe
place.'' Another result of reciprocity.
Shells asd Clbios. The Morning Star brought'
a large collection oi snens, corats, native aresses
and implements of warfare, from the Microneaian
'IsIandeyAmong tbe shells were a number of the
rare-crauge cowries, whicti are valued as bign as
fifty dollars a pair.
Music tuis Afternoon. The
Emma Square this afternoon,
the programme :
band will play at
The following is
Overture. Lee Aveugles de lolede....
wans, new Vienna ..,
Selection, l.e pre aux clerca....
Quickatep, Prince Leopold.....
A C08TLT PaLL.There was recently received
from Europe a heavy black velvet pall, richly
embroidered with gold, for tbe casket containing
the remains of the late King Lunalilo. Tbe crown
oa the upper port of the pall is heavily embroi
dered in gold ana sluddea witti precious stones,
and the whole must have cost not far from one
Tub Lost Whalers. Mr. K. B. lorbes, writing
to the Boston Daily Advertiser, says:
It seems to me rather odd that no one has
thought of invoking the aid of government in fit
ting out an expedition to try to relieve those men.
Is it too late even now to do this? Tbe ships will
probably remain near where tbey were last seen
until the ice pack moves in tbe spring, and a
steamer with suitable means can get within reach
of them in a few weeks from San Francisco.
A New Exterfrise. By tbe last Bteamer bound
south we noticed a shipment of some fifty
iiamie plants lor bydney. ben tnese are
properly brought to the notice of agriculturists in
tbe Colonies, we expect to hear a favorable report
and a demand for more. " The Hawaiian Ramie
Company " we trust will eventually prove a suc-
sSrtZa. We learn from Mr. Ilitchcock, our Centen
nial Commissioner, that considerable inquiry has
been made in the States respecting our Gbrous
plants, as the ramie, olona, &c. Mr. C. C. Cole
man of the Arm of West & Coleman will furnish
any desired information as to the planting or cul
tivation of ramie.
Colds and their Accompamvexts. As usual at
this time of the year, colds are frequent among
both adults and children. With the older folks
however, there has been more or less of attendant
fevers, which from their long continuance and
debilitating effects have in some instances amount-'
ed to severe illness. Tbe general symptoms re
mind us somewhat ot tbe exasperating complaint
known here some years ago as ' Dooboo Fever,"
and which was. at tbe time supposed to have been
an importation from Panama. But is it not a fact
that Honolulu is losing its old-time reputation for
saiajmty or climate, and is it not easy to point
our toe causes 01 tue coangei
1 Hawaiian Almanac and Annual. 1877. This
vaiuaDie work is issued to-day by .Messrs. Thrum &
.Oat. Like its predecessors of the years 1875 and
l9X6VUwill be found to be a compendium of use-
full information respecting these islands, in a com
pact form, and at a moderate price, not to be had
elsewhere, excellent for referance, and just the
thing to mail to one's correspondents abroad. In
the table of contents we note : The postal service;
area and elevation of tbe group : census returns ;
registered vessels ; treaty of reciprocity ; import
autieB ; stamp act ; court directory ; domestic
exports rice culture ; comparative view of com
merce ; foreign current coins ; custom house table;
rain record j currency act ; meteorological tables,
Police Court. Three celestials, with names that
are so little euphonious that when their sounds
float through the air of tbe court room one might
immagine he smelt brimstone were fined each
950 and costs for their attachment to opium. ,One
drank and one fast riding deposited each' $6.
Charles - Welsh, a gentleman of color, wfaohad
been in the habit of turning an bonest penny by
procuring gin for those who are legally unable to
purchase the article themselves, (tor the very, rea
sonable consideration of only 25 cts per bottle)
came to grief; and was adjudged by the court to
pay over 8100- tha proceeds resulting from the
sale of 400 bottles of bad gin, into the treasury of
the Deputy Marshal, or else give bis assistance in
macadamizing King street for 200 days. Those
who have thus lost tbeir valuable friend in procur
ing and replenishing so oft the flowing bowl, are
expected to go into deep mourning, and to be seen
weeping on tbe stone piles along King street,
while admiring the industry of their quondam
friend. Lamye, when landing his trunks from tbe
steamer from California, fonnd Mr.Markhara offer
ing bis services to arrange tbe contents of said
trunks in a becoming manner, and several boxes
and parcels containing jewelry rejoiced the artis
tic sense of that officer. Mr. Lamye's explanation
of tbe circumstances not being deemed satifactory
the goods were taken to the station house. There
eminent counsel argued ingeniously and ably for
their client, but bis Honor fined Mr. Lamye in the
sum of $50. Appeal noted, and those who wish
to bear more of the case may do so at the Supreme
On. or EiCii-TrTTS From time to lime we bare
beard the Talue cr arp'.ications of tbe If ares of
the eucalyptus or blue glim lre ia cava cf thea
matim. Since iu ia'.rodaciion into these U'acJ
tbe K arri cf itu tree haTe cftea been f jund TaJu
able ia affordicj relief Ua jaici gad aches.
Now we hae tbe powerful qnalitle of lbei leaf
eoncentratetl in tbe'abaf f ati 4T. a"rral l:w
p irUtion Irora Australia.
wlicb we noilet'd at tbe
f11IT ,lfH ( T 1I.-f(
A I?fcK HuAKft. Tiit i tho oanie given ia t!r
Wetvtn and S m'.Lr tt paru of the Uaitrd Stale
t a r-Lic!e orrned for traveling over rough
road or no road at aSi. It baa four wbaela, and
no real Fprii:?. but tbe seatij fixed upoa nam
br of elastic poUs or alaU. which ia fact ar
better than springs, for ibe service intended. W
notice at the carriage factor of Messrs. TTet h
Coleman, oae of these " Buck Iards'' which baa
jut been completed to tbe order of a gentleman
oa .Maui, aod will well relay inspection. It is a
handsomely finished vehicle, and in this respect
quite dissimilar to iu prototype of Uo Araartc
Sugar. We have written much and often in
these columns about sugar, but the fact we have
chroniclo this month is a perfect novelty. It i
the last thing that any one would have anticipated
twelve mouths or even six months ago. There bas
been a sudden and extensive rut in tha vglae of
the article, the history of which Tor year "back baa
been a steady decline in, value, Ai tbe end of
August last Muscovado was selling at IBs. 6i. per
cwt. In the middle of November it bad start!
up to 21a. Cd. Simultaneously, Mauritius bad ad
vanced from 26. Cd. to 33. Cd. per cwt. Tbe
cause assigned is a short beet crop in .France, and
an apprehension that other supplies will not cover
tbe deficit. Tbe stocks at borne are unusually
low. and their reduction seems to have given tbe
first alarm to the trade. The retailers bore tbe
advance for a time without calling; upon their
customers, so keen seems to be the competition in
this commodity ; but latterly tbey have put on
enough to secure them against tbe future, aa well
as to indemnify them for tha paaL. , London ia
rather too large a place for a trades uaioa aaidng
grocers, but ia tbe provinces the retailers bave no
difficulty in coming to a friendly agreement about
putting on a penny per, lb. all round., Headers,
who have no direct connection with sugar may
learn with surprise that ita consumption in tbe
United Kingdom now averages 36 lbs. per bead
of tbe population, more than a pound per week
for every man, woman, and child. British Trade
Journal. - i ' .
Work and Wages. This is tbe title of a' hand
some volume ol some Zt(i pages, tbe author of
which is Thomas Brassey, M. P., who was recently
here in bis yacht the Sunbeam. It presents a ,vast
body of comprehensive evidence bearing upon the
subject of labor generally, and must . prove, of
great interest and value to tbe student of political
economy, ua our own lavonte topic or co-opera
tion, we ind the tostimoDy tif Lord' Derby qnoted
at page 259, as follows : '
'The advantages of co-operation were summa
rised by Lord Derby in a well-considered and sug
gestive speech. It is human nature," be said.
that a man should like to feel that be Is to be
the gainer by any extra industry that he mar put
forth, that be would like to have some sense of
proprietorship in a shop or a mill, or whatever it
' may be. in which he bestows his days ; and it is be-
. a . a 1 - S I
Sause toe system lniroaucea oi jaie years or co
Derative industry meets that natural wish that I
look forward to its extension- with so much hope-
fulness. I believe it id the best and surest. reiaed-T.
for that antagonism of labour and capital which
we hear so much talked of.' and which to a certain
extent no doubt exists.' 4 1 am well
aware that such a state of things as I bave pointed
out is one which cannot be brought about in a day.
It is quite probable that there are some trades and
gome kinds of business in which it cannot be
brought about at all ; but it seems to me that it is
in that direction that the .efforts or tbe best work
ers and the ideas of the best thinkers are tending ;
and we are not to be disheartened by a few fail
ures, or disappointed because we do not at once
bit npon the best way of doing what bas never
been done before.'"
Letters from Maui.
The following extracts from letters from Makawao,
under date of the 10th inst. indicate progress in that
section i - - V " :
Makawao, January 10th, 1877.
It is raining here nearly every day or night;
the whole country is covered with a growth of vege
tation that seems to deny the fact that there ever had
been a drouth, or ever would be again. Feed is at a
discount, and there is not stock enough to eat the
hundredth ttart of it. . S '
" But notwithstanding all tbe ram, and tbe opiriW
ion of the old croakers, that the old times ' bave
come again when it will rain all tbe year round,
the .Haiku' Irrigating : Canal Co V are pushing tbs
wa.v rVuBwnvfi nnctAi t Vi o mtniMffloni nf ttMsp. Al
exander and Baldwin, in such California fashion,''
that the oldest inhabitant can only exclaim, did I
ever! mere are at worn on tne aitcn some iwu
persons, of all nationalities, castes and colors - as to
tbeir political or religions persuasion, I will refer
you to. Ihe ' Cockroach Man. - i
. . -rw . , . 5J- . .1 a A ? 1
xut, joatpg aaiue, it is tne most extensive ana
expensive enterprise ever undertaken in this country,
and all credit is due to those who have taken the
matter in band and are pushing it forward. It is a
far greater work, for this country, than the Pacific
railroad was for tbe United States, comparing the
wealth and population of the countries. -
" The gentlemen above referred to art now plow
ing land on the commons to be irrigated by water
from the ditch, and will plant this year from 1200 to
1500 acres of cane. It is understood they will erect
buildings, entirely fire-proof, and procure the tery
best and latest improved machinery that can ba pro
duced. And the day is not far distant when tha 'Iron
horse ' may be seen doing the work of the poor cattle
in breaking up the land and hauling the product to
" Report says that if the cane on the Walbee
plantation will continue to yield sugar as it is doing
at present, it will return to tbe purchasers the money
paid for it this year. Mr. McDade, the sugar boiler,
told me the quantity tbey are making daily bat as
I am not quite sure whether he said seven or eleven
tons every twenty-four bours i will not state any
amount, but leave it for each one who pays bis
money to take his choice."
" The year opens well for us up here with rains
that make glad the earth, and cause tbe face of na
ture to shine. Well, we have needed 'em; for, until
yesterday, (when three inches fell in twelve bours)
we bave been treated to a sumcient lac it or water, so
far. the old mountain on our side at least has not
borne its customary night cap of snow, nor bave its
sides streamed with water aa in former years. Speak
ing of-water reminds me of your inquiry in regard
to tbe Haiku ditch. ; It is progressing finely, and
they bave reached the hither side of Halehaka Gulch,
and in about three months more we raiy expect to
hear of the ditch being finished. Those portions of
the water course that; are to be piped,", will be com
pleted later, and the whole . line will probably be
open in the early summer.
v by would it not be a good idea lor tbe govern
ment to have the water-suppiy-for-the-piains,"
question definitely settled by having a competent
man make a fystematie survey of the district east of
us? If enough water can be found, the work would
be a national triumph 5 This district offers grand
opportunities for the cultivation of coL'ee, and u
Greenwell's figures are reliable it would make your
head swim to gaze on the profits likely to accrue to
those who go into that, and tree culture."
Mr. Editor : When you are sure that you are
right go ahead .' was the motto of an bonest man,
a patriot and hero, David Crocket, whose fame and
whose motto will last as long as history records the
fall of the Alamo. Colonel Crocket by'following his
motto won for himself honor, fame and a glorious
death, and it must be acknowledged that no wiser
rule of life hsa ever been laid down for suooess.
This vear is new, the Ministry is new, but all
doubts as to the future workings of the new adminis
tration daring tho coming year are set at rest by
tbe action of tbe rew Ministry. Tbeir motto is tbat
of old David Crocket " to go ahead." and the best
of it is, they go ahead from the start. In doing what
tbey think to be right there is every hope tbat the
stagnant atmosphere will be cleared of all tbat heavy
cloud of indolence, want of energy and besitancy to
do and to go ahead, that has clung around a Ha
waiian Ministry, ever so long.
The circular issued by the Board or immigration
has the right ring. It sounds like ringing in the new
year aod tbe new administration with a merry peal
of hope, of energy, and enterprise. It demonstrate
plainly what a lot of ink, red tape, nara reeling an
headaches have been foolishly wasted and might
bave been so easily prevented if an administration
had been at the head of affairs that would decide
what was right and go ahead. The present ministry
has turned the tables so quickly, so adroitly opon
the gentlemen memorialists, and so unexpectedly
that it must take tbe country by surprise. The min
istry have cat the Gordian knot about which adraio-
istratioos, newspapers and aJviacn cf all classes
bave LuDgie-l for soma two r threw )arf, aad beat
cf all they bave cut if in tha right) way aad what
rstutta arkocwledre-i by all and i vrry oat who
takes an interest in Flaw all nel la the right way.
There is co mere talk about laporiiog Cbiceee at
$25 r-er bead from Itacgtonff or Mat: so mors
ta!k attfat M!aj cr foi'an an! coolies cf aoy
eclor cr Mtcronesiac. and a'l sorts cf colors to mix
iuto a Hawaiian d?ugh; but tht ministry say. " Tt
will la aB we caa (aod everybody mast know that
litir baeds are bvf!y ihacUed) to import "lrnrnV-
grants with turirfamUift tbete t;ands, its migrants
from cmi.xe-J countries, free men and women who
viU, bring with thee etvilixstioa. tbrutatf,
rallfy stod hard work; aad what It tslcf aB, whw
wiH with susorss la tbeir labor dak Hawaii
home lor themselves sai their children and great
gran J-chQdren. Tbey offer to iadaoe immigration
from the samt ecus tries that made tha United States
of America prosperous, rich la inteilirenot aad en
terprise aad pcpaloos, tin tbe seeds cf Ua natiotM cf
Lurcpe, sown broadcast over the eoatioeat, bad
sprang up on lbs shores of the Pacific and Hawaii
nei iuelf all that it ia this day it is by and through
tneta. j . (
The first oueahoa in the circular is a borne a a ta
ttoo. Will yon offer any facilities to agricoltoriats if
we induce immigrant la thesa I. and with tbeir
families? --. -
Let as hope that Ihoee people who memorialised
lately so earnestly will sow as importunately answer
tbe above question in the full knowledge that it Is
rirbt, ac gn aJeJ, epera liberally tbeir parses. SH
aside for" a While the sordid claims of self Interest'
aod consider that the interest of tbeir adopted coaa
try is their interest as well. It is lbs trt question
which bas ever been laid before a bfi by any
ministry of the country, tbe first fair, honorable and
straight forward qaeatioo, ' will you, tbe people, help
us and go band ia band witn us la measures that
tend to give to this country, your country and your
& ia a - a
notne, a start. a srsaaeraiy. ia jepcauecsc an j per.
petuity ?" Let the responses be as fair, honorable
and straight forward is oar earnest wish, and there
is hope yet for Hawaii nei. H.
' - - A L
from If. de V array's IS years la Hawaii
The Kino; goes on t royago around
Islaxdsaccorc parked by Tlx. Wyllie.. ..
Bjr the term of the decree, ibe Convention
would consi.t ol the members of tbe House of
Nobles to lb n amber cf fifWa aad tbe Delegates
of tbe people to the number of 27. Tbe King re
servedforblmstlf .tbs right. t'preide errt'lbs 4e
bates. In all the districts tbe most advanced can
didates put themselves forward, patronized and
suitaiaed.br tht Protestsnt Miniosarles, soma ot
bom did not disdain to descend into the political
arena, and aoucit tne votes oi tne people, in act
ing thus, tbey made use of an undoubted right, but
thev far exceeded tbat right woeu tbey laiaely
affirmed as they did from tbe pulpit that the gov
ernment intended to establish a state church. Tbe
King thought it prcper tp oppose a formal denial
to these allegations so constantly repeated. Ever
since bis aececaioa to the throne he bad cherished
a desire lovisH tbe fli iff rent isrands cr the arcbi
Delaeo: it anoeared to hint a fitting opportunity
to carry out this aesign ana reassure ma suujects
regarding his intentions. The Cabinet having
been consulted approved tbe project, and on tho
24th of May. the King embarked pn board bis
yacht and proceeded to Ihe Island of Kauai, Mr
Wrllie. who bad invited tbe King to b bis rueet
at bis plantation on that Island, accompanied 'kin..'
This voyage wits accomplished without any mis
adventure. Tbe NiDg .visited; lo succession toe
Islands of Kauai. Maui, and Hawaii, where he bad
the warmest reception. Every where be endea
vored to make known bis intentions to establish
tbe truth, and to enlihten bis. subjects upon; their
own interests. Unfortunately our colleague Mr.
Wyllie. carried away by passion, and exasperated
bv the calumnies of the opposition Journals often
spoiled, tbs good effect ol thd King's wards f, Wl
furious sorties, and furniblicd to bis advetsaries as
well as to ours, arms of which they well knew bow
to make skillful use. rustled to extremities, by
pompous eulogies which the enemies of tbe minis
try made of tbe constitution of 1862 Mr. Wyllie
olten forgot himself in the vivacity of bis replies,
and falling into tbe snares wbicb bad been prepar
ed for bim, testified loudly-to tbe little respect
which be bad for tbat wbicb was tbe supreme law
of tbe kingdom: alj defective as It was? j. Certain
phrases in his discourse carefully collected, re
produced and commented upon by the opposition
jours aim ms4e fine' sport lor then, uud complicated
our task by giving us tbe appearence of violence
farlhoat frnm mir intpntinna.
TUE CONVENTION HAS MET.
The sessions of the 12th and 13th of Julv, were
verr lively' and! passionate. Oa each side tha most
radical were engaged, and the majority. Of the)
Delegate Jallowui tbe lead of the- cetera cr the
opposition, threatened ua with an irremediable
check. Under such circumstances, the session of
the Hth opened. Tbe King presided. as usual.
He had not spoken Alace the, 11th land .contented
himself with following closely the progress of
debate. At tbe commencement of this session be
sent me tbe following note. "Commence the de
bate and anter fully into the discussion. It Is time to
declarw t th6 Delegate that the nresent mode of
I review of the Constitution bas been adopted in
accordance wilb tbe opinion ot the Judges of tbe
SanretseiUonrti jn Jntaia tbe sovereign poWcrof ,
the Convention ad prodae if tt is Aor-aery, Afce
minutes of tbe session of tbe council held on the
3d of March. I am about to address some words
to tbe Convention and do ypu .oomaifnce, directly
that I bave eat down" "
Then rising midst profound silence the King ex
pressed himself thus: " Nobles and Delegates, tbe
tbe Delegate from the district of Kona bas presen
ted a motion tha aUm xL which .Is to idsclare 'that
this Convention bas no authority to alter tbe Con
stitution. At the time of the proclamation of the
Constitution of 18.12 tbe supreme power was in
tbe bauds of tbe King. Where Is this supreme
power to-day t - It is bere in this assembly and no
where else; tbe Delegate from Kona .declared yes
terday tbat he could not sit and vote definitely on
tbe Constitution. In so saying be may have ex
pressed the wishes of bis constituents. If such Is
tbe case it lies between bim and theia ; it Is a mat
ter between bim and them alone. Tbey may If it
seems good to tbem, join tbeir efforts to oars nr
abstain from so doing as their Delegate shall thiak
C roper. It is for him to render an accout to tbem
ow be has done bis duty to Ibem.', ... . ,
Tha task wbieh semalned to me was hot very
difficult. Tbe discussion became very much en
venomed and many of tbe orators who bad taken
the floor-bad made declarations so dear and so de
cisive, that it was impossible for tbem to retrace
tbeir steps. It was necessary therefore y prompt
in tbeoae. desire so to do and at -the -cam time to
give tbem the opportunity. To obtain the first
result, I thought it proper to Insist especially upon
the responsibility which tbey would Incur to
wards their censtitotents. I defaonstrated to tbera
tbat H eallisf them to participate; tti tie labor 'of
forming a Constitution, tbe King indicated 'volan
tarily a -part of bis authority, and associated them
with himself in a task from which bis predecessors
bad excluded tbem.' Would they not be under
stood as declaring by their apparent refusal to
assiBt, tbat to tbe King alone or to tbe King and
Nobles belong this authority, and cdnld it be tbat
they intended to refuse in the name of the people
whose rrpresentativea they were 'privilege which'
other people bad often claimed with arms in tbelf
hands. Affecting then to see in this oonfliot noth
ing but a miannderstanding wbicb a frank and
loyal explanation would clear up, I added tbat by
tbe order of tbe King and to put an end to honor
able scruples, I bad been authorised to declare
tbat tha Judges of tbe Supreme Court had hern
consulted by us a the guardlass cf the Constitu
tion, and bad advised that the calling of a Con
vention like this was tbe only legal and practical
mode of revision of the Constitution of 1852. and
making it the common work cf tbe three orders of
the state, and taking away from il too character of
a Constitution granted by tbe sovereign power.
Tbe Attorney General followed me urging the
legal view of tbe question, which he did with abil
ity. In vain tbe chiefs of tbe opposition endeav
ored to rally their adherents. It was evident that
tbey bad lost ground, and -that the Delegates re
coiled from tbe responsibility, which we were
resolved to force upon tbem. Messrs Judd and
ought themselves fortunate in adjourning
sJoa to the aextay,4'tr It wS1 necessary
o take acconnt of tbeir por-ition.
for tbem lo take acconnt or tbeir po
The next morning, tbe session commenced by a
speech from Mr. Robertson and the reading of a
letter from Mr. Davis, the Judge of the Supreme
Court, (Judge Allen was absent.) Both ratified
my declaration of tbe preceding day ; the discus
sion was resumed witn vigor. e neeaeu two
votes from among tbe Delegates lo carry our point, i
Aa to tbe votes of the Nobles, It was qui to sure.
The Attorney General and mysolf resumed our
arguments of the day before -whilst pressing our
adversaries still harder. Tbe chiefs of the oppo
sition felt the grosod slipping frota beneath tbeir
feet. They struggled with energy, but were
almost in despair. At tbe opening of the debate,
they bad 22 votes out of tbe 27 Delegates. At the.
close the vote stood 14 to 13 from among tbe Dele-'
gates with all the Nobles on our side. We moved
a reconsideration pro forma wbicb was put
amidst tbe liveliest agitation. Tbe Hall was filled
with spectators, desirous of having the result of a
discussion which moved the masses deeply. The
victory was complete ; six Delegates voted finally
for tbe resolution and 21 against it, The Nobles
voted, against it unanimously and the King voted
The next day two Qf the strongest Delegates of,
tha cppoaiUoo Messrs Galick and Tarker teat Id
their resla nail una, which were accepted' '" "
Tbe resolution was to the efirct that ibeCooven
tlon could only recommend to tha Leg Ulatare the
cbsners which were desirable. Ita rjeetl0 was
equivalent ti a declaration tbat ik (Vavvrdldf)
would consider deloltety. the ameadiaente ana 4
changes pre posed wlthonl reference to the lf Is
Cruise rtst 11 rss! seer MfarY ll-so
aeals sssael Marls'. , i )
We left Honolulu July the &tb 1870, with a com
pany ol eighteen aouls. On oar pesasg out we bad
iwoderate wind aod flae weal kef. lYweae t kve
meridian Jalv Slt. Ua lb Xid we made IVm la
land. Lat. O 60 , Long. 176 C . July Slb at ft p ra
we anchored off Ibe elation at Terdlu. -Let. 1 If ,
Loog. 17 40 Last, effete data rwss Hoetiula.
Here we beard tbe sad tidings ol tbe deata of Mrs,
Kpa. Tbe other raieelonertce were well. Landed
lb auri'Hea end after walttor for tbeir wail, took
on board Mr. Katou and aUs children, aod sailed Ibe
STlb fr A pa man. a, wber we arrived oa Ibe iftfcb.
Landed some aarpucs for the Gilbert Island teaenssf
took ca board one cask of oil, tbe people's coalrlha
Hone, aod left same evening for Mlanne.
We arrived al this Island on tbe 80tb. anchored
a boot ft mile fraro ib itattow, landed the Mkaaloo
arlra' supplies, took on board tUelr mall and eoiv
Irlbutlona, and after walOn two days far a trees
we salt il ItsiUuf AnrJal fs Msrikl anlVrdatl
p. at. same dale. Lat. a . Lor. IT K X., foaad
the rolasKanarlea) in Ibe asaal healtb. Landed tbeir
supplies, snd left tne Island at midnight fcrApUrg.
the nest morning, Aug tbe b, we sailed lato Ito,
fine Lajroa, snd anchored, la ft fetbtsena, rnr1 hold-
Ion ground, about bait a tails from Mr. Tsytora
home. Lat. I fc si.. Lour. ITT M a.., wilonnd bim
aod hia little boy la better boeltu tbsw when we
left last year, aod Its general behavior Of tbe nativea
was mart) letter. ' . f,
A arruet time before we arrived' the murdervr of
Mr. Keyea was rzrcaled. aad It seemed ta have a
very Rovd t nVcA apan Ihe uwowla. We Wd"4 lf
auppl.ee, oo a ana wharf that Mr. I ay lar tad rfiri
Kreeted hia flag at an, which we tsrongtot down on '
tbe Htar, a prvsenl frota kind friends ia Honolulu,.
presented Mm with a beautiful American flag.
frum aire. Root l ma Aeuenean voaaui a wne, ia
lhno1t. f wLk-U Mr. Taylor aaluted wllh thin era
runs) and we sailed on the Bin far buterltarl, Lat,
3 L, Long, lnt 4Y K. and arrived I he- Md day.1
Landed Mr. nanoa ana wile, and Ibe supplies, and
sailed the Uth for Ebon. Had a very moderate
j paaaare, snd arrived off tbe Btetlou on tbs I7lh, Lat.
4 1W N., Long, 16s 44' 0. Was surprised Ic Aod
n Mr. Snow bere, for we board be had gone ta fetronce
Island. Ills health bad Improved a little. Mrs.
Snow, and tbe other rntaelonaries were la tbeir
usaal health. We lay Q snd ow bore till Beat day,
and at 11 A. af. tbe wind fevorW, we entered U.
Lagoon. Oa tbe S2d we sailed for Jaiuil, but out
getting out of tbe pass re, got 'ashore, w here we
hour, but got oil without oeruage- and eri
rived af Jalnlt tbe 4tb. Ltt. V 64" N.. lorg, Vy
Found the missionary well, and Lis woik In a
Srosperous condition, . t IsvAiore) fivsdsya, while
Ir. Whitney did Ids work. ' Jalnlt Is tbe Ml-tsonolla
of Mlcroneala.' The firm of A. Capeiie fc Co. lea
established bere, and tbey bsve made It a central
place; bav ball t a flnr store, ca ttuadrod Jeet long
by forty wide, (coat about 4,000) aud keep for Sale
nearly everything one would can lor, at reasonable
prices. They have f"ir vessels belonging to tbe
Una (one of them a 200 ton brig) that go about
amonii tbe Ialaads gather frjr copra from tbe natives.
a liks Is stored at Jalnlt, and slapped trot here tta.
Europe, . They bsve good and rooilurtable dwelling
Louses, a uiacasruiiu aaa carpenters simp, ana a
church; also a school-bouse where English l
Tbe natives here are nearly all csotLed, snd quite
IndpMrloua. Tbey love Mr. Kapall, I'aU pt
the churcb, and respect tbe firm. T1U l, ie ,
easy to get lato, a fine, pleasant and smooth place lo
lav near the abore. In li fathoms water. Can land
all times of tide, aad eanvv to sea by rtkrra rood
passages, with tbr wind from shy point of the
We sailed rrom tbls place on tus win or Jtnguat,"
for Mllle. sud In tbe evening; of tbe lstof P-rteigber
anchored In Its Urge Lagoon, off the Hist Ion. Lat.
C tt' N.. Long. 17140 C , there we Utdrd Jeremi
ah snd wlfo of Ebon to lake tbe place uf the late
Mr. Kahclemauna. who dld ou sllor lb ill at Ira
last year. Ve found the good Work bad fcevnf Wo-
greaalnir. and tut. people a are very lota ao port wttbi
Mr. kaucJemaooa, whom, we took on board ou
the 4tb snd led for Arno ; next dsy we were at tbls
Island. Lay off snd on while Mr. Whitney did bid
Took on board tli4 people's contributions, and
tailed fsme eveulng for Majuro, Lat. 7 IV N.,.Lonr
171 E. Arrived at tbls station the CfW, found lbs)
missionaries In their utual health, landed tbs sup
plies, took on bosrd tbeir mail, snd the people
contribution, and sailed ths bib Iwr JalulL Arrived
on tbe 11th, leaded Mrs. Kahclemauna, and ten next
day for Naiasitei. Lat, 6 N Lang. .108 If
arriving at tbe laiaud ou the evening oi tne lain,
where we lay off and on till next nllil lor Mr.
Whitney to do his work, when we filled away lor .
Ebon. Where we arrived on the lth. Tbora wc
took on board Mr. boow and wife, Mr. Whitney and
family, with their baggage and servants, and sailed
at 8 p. at. lor Strong's Island, Lat. ft 11 Long.
IC3 10 E. "
On account ef lhrhi winfla. aad best torrents.
did not arrive until tha 2tlw Hera we found the
Whaling. Brig Ooward of Honolulu. Kldrtdge. re
cruiting. Wo landed Mrv Bnow and wife, took on
board- the paoule coatriUotlona of oil. and sailed
the SOlh tor 1'lnglsp. Lat. 0 IV N., Long. 100' 6? K.
October lat lust as we arrived at thla Island wc
loat one of our crew, , U was takea suddenly wklio
at lbs wheal voanklatf blood, mud in aawt.4 tetania
wssdesd. It cast a gloom over us ail. ibe licit
day October 2nd we Oorlcd bim In the deep, In
i.at. - iu J., iou "s t;. mi not stop at ringiapf
Tbe next evening landed a psaaungbr on Mogll,
Lat 6 41' N , Lou. Wi- ft' S' .' and proceeded on
to I'oaarjA. - where nrrlvad tke aiU. tl abhfua to
oar lieavvnl' Father for bis protecting care.
We anchored near Mr. blurges station ; lound all
tha missionaries la tbslr ususl beUu, st4 Mrs. r
Logan,' r ha bad bsea quite. Ill, list wa mnivtwmtl
better .Vbon l the arrived W Jaedoav fl
8 tardea' awraga, awd'oa the ftrtt' anchored oft Mr.'
Ksnds Blatlou, lauded Lis snppilea, ana lumber, and
ou the 7th anchored at Kenan, off Mr Log ana .
8utlon, In ft fathoms water. Good holding ground
10 miles from ttturges Btatlon. Lat, v a., Long.
16S W E We received a hearty weloom from all
the Missionaries bere, as we bsd from all the "there.
Tbc'arrivaJ of the Morujng Htar is a time f ytji'lt Ibg '
In all ltd Islands.' Wd laudtfl Mr. Lrgsn'orplles,-v
took on bosrd Mr. Btnrgea, and two lest hers with
their wives, and aalled October 10th for Ibo.Mort
locks. We arrived st Lnksnor Sunday tLc lfttb,
aod anchored In Its beautiful Lagoon near the
mleeloo tatln. . .Lat. ft kV N..Jxir. IM'AiiWi
found J tbe -scker and Wife wll, U fteiM 1
proved tn sprerat)Ce. snd many ready tb doit with'
the church. Thla made Mr. hturges look happy, aud
we were ell glad. Tbe (sabbath school visited the
Ularoo the 17th, and sung some of Ibclr feabbstb . ,
school hymn, wulcb waa very antcling. Oo the
10th we left thla Lagoon for the larger oue where
Obadinla is statloood dlaUnos 14 sullua. . Owiug
to litrht winds sod enrrenta. Old not arrive nntll the
?Jd. On tho VJlat the mate was taken down with .
brain fever, cauacd probably by a long etptieor to
the sun while on the boat. It ran about ten days.
We lay In this Lagoon until the Elat. Mr. Blars.es
visited all the Stations, established all bka tcecuvre.
took 200 members into tbe different rUirja. and .
Itflctitl.a.'UrtjtresrJtW'icioragsd.i ; r!.."HJl.J
vte arnviid nacE at ronapa roveuiier otu acd
anchored at Kenan. We remained bere eaven daya ,
taking la wood, yams. etc. Oo tbe 13tb cor passen
gers came on board, Mr. Wbltoey, wile and son, and
servant, and Mr. and Mrs. Login and child. Ws set
sari st 2 P. w. and pasted oat of the bsrbor.
On the 16tb, wc Isndcd Mr. Logan on Mogll.
The brlgSuaanus, of Jalult, cam) round tha point. ,
soon slier we arrived, and after Mr. Lan did bla
work bere, be took paaeago on her back to fonspe.
Mrs. Logsu remained with us, and at 0 p. tn. wa
left for finglap, sad arrived there oa the Slat. Hera
we laid off and on while Mr. Whitney (with Mrs. w
Logan as Interpreter) did the tulsaluoary Work.
Landed some supplies for tbe teachers, aud sailed
on the eveolng ol same day for Strong's Ieleod, and
arrived off the bsrbor of Ibis Island on tha 2tb.
Took Mr. and Mrs. fciuow on board with tbeir
baggage at 7 p.m. la tbe midst of a heavy rala
squall, and atarted for Ebon. We made thla Island
on Jba evening ot tfc fcVtb.- Landed Mr. aad M re. i
Wmtot-y net Asy.'and aalb-d It Int. everns-1 fdr '
Jalalt.'-JOM tlrfytenTfig of DeeTltt. We had a vtr
beavy squall from tbe East, which Itated nearly all
night; it blew swsy our lower topsail andtoreasll.
Bent oar spare ones and proceeded. On the ft-J wa
arrived JaltltJ reqpt'aad 1it-r tbrts ftjfjidttd i
ln;woot and .tapptioa; 4 stbesTin ttAi iMw, I
Kabeieidasaa and brf tMjitaaa btad, a4 sTsIaw
for Aplang, via MarlkL
Cn tbe Uth we arrived at tbls Island, but oa se
coant of the heavy surf could not get off the contri
butions of UU Famished Mr. Konoho wllbafew t
needed things, which we put la a csak end tbs na
tives hauled It through the surf; took the nisil snd
aalled In the evening for Aplang, where we arrived
st coon on the 12tb, triad to get Into still water,
and Mr. Taylor t-s r!ad ta sea us. , . . . '
Oo the morning of the 14th Mrs. Kahelemauna'a
Lbabe died and was barkd asms day. We laid here
1 days preparing the Star lor tbe homeward trip,
a.auoa.Mf TJ' bid farewtii lo bis peopka. .
and on the loth we set sail, arrived at Batarlian the
next day ; took oo board the eoiitribotlona of oil.
filled our water caaks, snd sailed on the 2lst for
Honolulu. 1 Our company on leaving thla place I
numbered twenty-eight persons,
" By their fruits ye shall know tbem." As far ss
1 bsve obaerved snd learned In the iaat year, I
thick the work. Lo Mleroavsls Is very s-aeoaranlng,' '
snd considering tba advantages .au4 disadvantages,
the Gilbert Islands abould be numbered with the
reat, although tbe coovrris In the Caroline Island
far out-number then). Tu,-'beve becu additlona
made to all the cbarsaes Wo-arrived at Honolulu
on the 14th January; bad a quick but somewhat
rough passage of twenty-ova daya. Have Lee a gone
six months sod a sail. no sr.) the voysge.
A. D. CoLCoaVO.
Tkemaa Nastt, the aotwd oarloal aria of New ICosk sa
ls by birth a Bavarian, and is caly 86 years of age
. - . i
A newspaper has Just been started in London la
which the advertisements arc printed In different
colored inks, the advertiser having a choke af colors.
Nast. it U said, gats $200 per wstk for his work
ia Uarptr's Vastly. f .