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-BY E. P. ADAMS,
REGULAR CASH SALE !
ON FRIDAY, APRIL 23d,
At 19 o'ei-vk, a. SB . at aVsr mtn, will be sold.
An Assortment of Dry Goods,
White at Bmwn C"tons. Fine White frhirtt,
Amnra Kimu. White tti(l,
WtuM tI H"t HUoet
farcy t .t. Men's . La lies' Stockings,
Fancy Wool SbirU, Clotair g, etc.
Alio, Freih Groceries and Canned Goods !
McMorray'a 1 and 2 lb. Oysters, Lobsters. Salmon,
Jaats Jil., Uilrta Get Tabla m frxta.
L Cr Corn, Oiir oil, French Olive, t i Sardine.
Lri. llama, and Btno. Mixed Pickle. Soap,
Prk and Rons. Tnt M.,k and Hoda Craekcra.
lag Condensed Mils. Krai and Bags sugar. Ba Cora.
1 Fnie Saddle Horse,
Saddle and Erid'e,
5000 Cocoa Nuts.
E. P. A U A M S. Auctioneer.
GLASSWARE, BOOKS, &C,
On WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28
Comnvorfcg at 10 o'clock a. n , at Ih
Residence of the late J. D. BREWER,
Nuuanu Aifoo, all th
Io (aid dwelling, emulating of in part 14 f llows:
2 Elegant Marble Top Centre Tables,
2 Elegant Repp Parlor ra. I lilack Walnut Etarere,
1 Piano. 1 Put GUaa Mm. kngravmga and Chruano,
J I k..dlirr, 1 raw Lg Machine.
""" 1 black i,oal B k !, ar.d Wriiirg Desk,
IrviDg'a Work. 8 Vol ; Hawthorne's Work. 21 Vola ;
Pars man's Koru, A V..U Prrac.lt'a Ptnl.ip 11. 3 Vola.;
Kirk's I harle th K id. 3 Vola
f iibnon's RiMoao Empire. 3 Vol ;
Longl-How a I'orma, I Vola ;
Lite uf Dr. Kane. 1 Vol.. Ac, Ac.,
1 Pillar L'g k.xtenaioo Dnili. Tabic.
1 UUek Waloul Marbte Top fid-board.
Black Walnut Dining Ih.ir. 1 rHiver and Plate 0afe,
Dinner. Tea and Desert t eta. Pine Glassware,
Table Cotiery, Ac.. AC.
1 Buck Walnut Marble Top Chamber 8"t.
1 Black Wkniit Wardrobe, Hair and Spring 51atraas,
lino and Koa Belsteads, Mueqailo Netls,
Pillows, Blankeu, Ac, Ac,
Kitchen Stovo and Utensils !
Clot bee Horse,
1 Two-seat Carriage, 1 Phaeton,
Hate botn been recently painted and pat In
1 Set Uirneae,
Sprinkler. Ac. Ac
XT TERMS CASH.
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALH !
By order of S. M A Q MS, Esq., oo account of de
parture, at hie residence. Port street.
On WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28
AT IO O'CLOCK A. M..
Consisting in Part as Follows :
1 Silk Brocade Parlor Set, 7 piece, with covers;
1 Black Walnut II aire loin Parlor Set, 7 piecea;
2 Marble-lop Centre Tables.
J HoaeWfnd Piano. 1 octaves. In perfect order;
1 Larre BUck ainut Frame French Mirror,
Pfc-tarea, Rug. Chandeliera.
1 Black Walnut Marble-top Chamber !et. new;
1 UiU. Vraeered Marble-top Chamber bet,
1 Mahnean Wardmbe. I Bed Loan.
1 Black Walnut Otb. 1 li.ln Table,
1 Black Walnut Sideboard. Table Cutlery,
1 Dinner Set. Kitchen L'lenaiia. flove. Ac.
1 Two-aeal tJarrUge. nearly new, with Pole and Shafts;
1 Exprea V a .n, nearly new; 1 fulkey
1 Bet Double llameaa. 1 tfaddlea. Bridles, Ac
THE HELL-KilOir.1 HORSE
Kind and gentle-, can trot in 3 minute.
XT TEKMS CASU.
E. P. AJAM. Aaet'r.
TO PLASTERERS & BUILDERS !
Good lTVesjIi Ilnii-,
IIT FOR PHTEKKR'S l K. FOR MALE
1 in quantities to suit, and at reaeooable rates.
P. O. BOX 40. HCGII MACKAY,
f, bt oT Proprietor cf the Uooolola Tannery.
TEAMSTERS & PLOUGHMEN,-
Good Wages for Good Men.
A mmlr t Mraara. F
StHfer aV Cok.,
Manager of the Pari lie
fm. Ilonniala. or to U. Tr
r.ir Mill, HaaMkoa. Hawaii
Li insula. AprU 6, WO.
. FOR SALE !
FINE STEERS & HEIFERS
rttr OF IMPKOVBCO BRF.F.U, S -
J from on to t wa years of age. in lots to J Sr
'T-ff so.t. Partiea wL.hng to improe or , M. .
lnT their stock, w.U do well to applr to
pi 3m ALLKN A bTaCKPOLE. gawaihae.
TIIEH4I.F.OFTHE ESTATE OF CIIAS.
KNI.A. deceaaed. a.lert-d to take P'e
) 4 rr R D A V, April 3.1. V IIEREHV POST
PONED. Due public notice will be gireo when said aal
will lake plaee.
W". C. PARKE,
Admlniatrator Estate of C. Kanaioa.
IIwnlalu, March 37th. ltQ. mrfn tf
KEROSENE OIL CAUTION I
MESSRS. CASTLE At COOKE WOIXD
call the attention of their frienda and patrons to an
Imitation brand of
Palace Kerosene Oil,
Imported by the C II I X ES E from
Our P.tlilCK 0 1 1 la a hUh Standard Oil and under
guarantee tr m the Manufacturer, and erery ce haa the
atamp of our Arm oa top G SkS C3 aa weU aa the name in
full of our New York, Agenla, XX
YV- II- Crosnman afc Bro.
If buyers win keep the above facta In mind, they need not
.fee caoaht with the apnnooa ariic'e. aplO 3m
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS
1 1 DnwClUPTIONH
PARTIES IN HONOLULU,
or other part of the llande.
DESIRING FURNITURE !
CAN UAVE THEIR
Orders Filled at Lowest Rates
By application to Mr. E. P. A OA MS. Queen Street,
who baa oar Dearriptirt Catalogue with Price.
O IN" H"A. 1ST X) !
It sure f L. IT. IIOPP, Klmg St.,
Black Walnut Bedroom Sets !
Black Walnut Sileaoards.
Black Walnut bininc Chair.
Oak Caoe Seat Dining Chairs,
Cedar Hedroom rVta.
Pine Bareao. e., Ac. . Ac.
E. P. ADAMS, Agent for Haw'n Is.
BY C. S. BARTOW.
Room Sale !
ON THURSDAY, APRIL 22,
At 10 a. ra at aleuwm, will be a- Id.
Dry Goods, Fine Clothing,
Balance cl an Invoice ol
La.Iiea Work Unit. Wi'Ter Eanc'.ea. Lxrkrfs,
r lower Vaea. r l-f ct Buund Bibles,
Fit Ear Rmrs.ere Battons.
Superior WALTH AM WATCHES
One Ladies' Gold Watch, Btem Winder
A few Pieces of Fine Cassimeres,
All Wool atd Fashionable Patterns
Choice Groceries !
Tins of Mean. Crackra. McMarray's Oysters,
Red Salmon, MaoereL, Lobsurs, eardioea.
Boxes of Tea, Candles, Soap, Halia.
Lot of Furniture,
Chair. Table. Bedsteads. Ac. Ac.
2 Aneroid Bartjcaeter and thermometers,
1 Galvanic Battery.
C. . BARTOW, Aoct'r.
Real Estate Sale !
Property on the Island of Mani,
On SATURDAY, APRIL 24th,
At 12 o'clock noon, I will sell at
A TRACT OF LAND,
Known as a part of the land called K AM AOLE,
Kal, Island of Maui, cooiaing 23 acre.
C. 3. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Situated on the Island of Hawaii.
ON SATURDAY, APRIL 24th,
At 12 o'clock oooo, at Salesroom, I will sell at
A Valuable l ot ol Land known aa
PAUKO AND PUANUI!
Uamakoe, Hawaii, containing 49 Acres.
For particulars apply to
C. 9. BARTOW. Aucfr.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE,
Sltiitfd n the lMiBd of IIiwaII,
ON SATURDAY, APRIL 24,
At 12 o'clock, Noon, at Salesroom, 1 will sell at
A Valuable Lot of Land Known as Pauko
and Puanui. Hamakua, Hawaii,
containing S acre. For particulars, apply to
mar27 fit C. 8. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
SATURDAY, : APRIL 24th,
At 12 at Swlearavwm,
By order of Wm. II. Ualstead. Administrator of the estate
of Kapihe, I am instructed to seil at public auction.
ALotof Land in Honolulu, Oahu,
Situated oo Emma Street, and rear of the residence of Mr. II
L. (Sheldon, containing one haif acre. For further particulars,
niar27 6t C. 8. BAKTOW, Auct'r.
Buggies and Harnesses !
Bj Order of IIESRY WASIIIJi RSE, Sb FrntIso,
MONDAY, : : APRIL 26th,
At 12 o'clock noon, in front of galearoom, 1 will aell
AN INVOICE OF FINE BUGGIES !
Made by J Ail Ed HCGUES, New Haven, Connecticut.
Canopy and Leather Top Phaeton,
Piano Box Top Baggies,
Piano Box Open Buggies,
10 Sets of Single Buggy Harness,
Made by C. B. SMITH, New York,
IO Sets of jVTule Harness
Made by Main it Winchester, Pan Francisco.
C. 8. BAKTOW, Auct'r.
At Salesroom on
WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY
APRIL 28th and 29th,
At 10 o'clock a. o., by Order of
Messrs. Ed. Hoffschlaeger & Co.,
Will be sold a varied Assortment ol
General illcrclianclisc !
f- particulars by tut are Advertisement,
C. 8. BARTOW, Aoct'r.
Postponed Until Further Notice !
MORTGAGEE'S SALE of REAL ESTATE
SITCATK AT IIILO, n.AWAII.
IX HlKSfA.CK WITH A POWER OP
(ale contained in a certain mortfrage.deed dated 15:h day
ol renruarv. 1S7S, made between S Kih ol the one part, and
Be. K. Bond of the fthtr part, and recorded in Liber 64,
naes 141. 142 and 14-1. and aligned to V. R. Smith. Mr. C.
8. Uartuw la iniructrd to seii at fublic Auction, at his Kooms
All '.hat certain House Lot in riibonoa, llilo, together with
the Houses, Structures, ImprVenienta and A urtcoances
Also, all th'we certain tracta and parcels of land situated in
Wainaku in said llilo. d-scribed in Koyal I'atenls Nua-3605
and 1563, u g-lber with all Buildings and rJtructurea tbereoo,
and all crop vt Cane growing tberen, and all Appurteuancea
thereunto belonging. For further prticulars at.p y to
RICll'U If. BICKfcKTOy,
Attorney for Assignee of Mortgagee,
Or C. 8 BAKTOW, Auctioneer. fc2-
i-NKIorTAUE HIA.NO. A COOD
ftTTl Vf toned inaltumenl.
C. S. BARTOW.
LAND FOR SALE !
ffMIK l ULRMG.KO, AS ATTORNEY IN
M fact lr M m. Hi lebrand. M I'.. ( ff-rs fur sale, on liberal
terms. Iracta of land in Kemoo, Kamananui, said to contain
7ol acres in all; and also a tract In H abiawa, snid to contain
lias acres, all si'.uate in the lhslrict tf Waialua. Island of
Oahu. The Unds in Kemo were formerly leaseil to J hn
SiUia and Owen J. Holt, (dju tf ) CHAd R. HIsHOI'.
A I.I. PERSONS. INDEBTED TO THE
pTORK on Nuutnu street, known as the Will TE
litl !E, lately under the management of rJ. L. LKW1S,
will please make Immediate payment at the Office of M.
Phillipe A Co , No. 11 Kaibumanu M.
All accounts o pii-1 within Thirty Days, will bepliced
in the hands of our attorney, who will use rigorous meajur. s
to c Uect the same.
di7 tf M. PHILLIPS A Co . 11 Kaahomanu St.
OWINGTOTIIE PRESENT HIGH PRICES
of materials in our line, we, the undersigned, hare been
romp-Had to raise the price fr horseshoeing. On and after
the 1st day of 'sb , ls0, rur prices will be as follows:
H.nd-made shoes S3 00
Heel and Toe Hhoes 3.00
Machine Made Hhoei S 50
S. M. w HUMAN.
CHAS B. WILSON.
Honolulu, Jan. 28ih. 1S90. ja3I tf
EX BKS. D. C. MURRAY & DISCOVERY
1 I 1 E,
Ld II AT, I1RKAD, CRACKER?,
KEKO.-ENK OIL, OOLlES 0ATE FLOCR, LARD,
COTTON SAIL TWINE,
OYSTERS, AC, Ac.
Rerriel this dir. and fur aile low.
ko BOLL Ed A CO.
TAR. TAR !
11 FT Y HARRELS WILMINGTON N. C.
1 Tar. per Amy Turner. (0I8 79) BOI.LES A CO.
For sale by
POLLE A CO.
5 tipping. )
WHITE STAR LINE !
FOR SAX riMXCISCO.
j BCTLER, COMMAtULR,
! Will leave Hunolala for San Francisco on or about
! SATURDAY, April 1
j aplT WM. G. 1KW1N A CO., AgenU.
I For San Francisco.
THE AMERICAN SCHOONER
WM. WHITS ET, Master.
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Port.
For Freight or passage, arp'y o . . .
k2 II. HACKFELD At CO.. Arentt.
TUE FIXK SWEDISH BARS
O XXX 1 33. O
F. LONSGRES, Master.
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Port.
For Freight or Passage apply to
aplO U. HACKFALU A Co . Agenta.
FOR SAX FRAXCISCO
r ' TUE HAWAIIAN BARK
.MgsV Iflattie .ll-iclesiy,
"Will Have Quick Dispatch for Above Port
For Freight or passage, apply to
W M. O. IRWIN A CO., Agents.
Next Ship from New York Direct
New York & Honolulu Packet Line
-JCX? MESSRS W. II. CROSSMAX k
,Z.'Z-tf BR... US Chamb-r street. New York, will lay on
Al Clipper Veael for this port in June, to sail
J wly I ai. Orders for this esel should go as early as pos
sible, to aecure'not only room, but before further anance in
prices of Goods. Freights low.
apl0 3in CASTLE Sc. COOKE, Agenta fur Honolulu.
FOR SAIV FRAXCISCO.
2. The Fine American Schooner
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Port.
Fcr freight or passage, apply to
mar27 THK.O. H. PAYIK3, Agent
,2l SCHOONER " HONORA !
1 2 Tons Register, In good order and ready for sea. Apply to
marl3 H. IIACKPELP k Co., Agents.
THE FIXE FAST SAILING AM. UK.
Hill Iftre BOSTON for IIOXOLlLr on or about
June 1st next.
Parties desiring to ship goods by this opportunity will please
forward their orders at an early date.
jal7 C. BREWER Ac CO.
For Sale or Charter.
TUE HAWAIIAN SCHOONERS
3w " T.TT.TTT." ftTtrl "If AT. TINA"
Well (ouod and ready for sea. For particulars, apply to
n2i A. FRANK COOKK, Agent.
THE HAWAIIAN BRIO
Well Found Heady for- Sea,.
Apply to U. HACKFKL1) A Co.
TIME-TABLE OF THE
STEAMER ' LIKELIKE,'
: s : M ASTER.
Tuesday, April 20,6 pm
Tuesday, A pril '7.6 pm
Tuesday. May 4. 6 p m
Tuesday, May 11, 6 p m
Toe-diy. May 19, 5 p m. ..........
Tuesday, May 25, 6 p m ...... .....
Tuesday, June 1, 5 p m
Tuesday, June 8. 6 pm............
Tuesday, June 15. 6 pm..........
Tuesday, June ti. 6 p m
Tuesday, June 29, 6 pm
No Credit for Passage Money !
We positirely decline to open accounts for Passages, and we
particularly call the attention of the trayeliog public to the
necessity of having Baggage and Freight plainly market; the
Steamer will not be responsible for any unmarked baggage or
for any Freight or Parcels unless Rrrripled fwr. .
FREIGHT MONEY DUE ON DEMAND!
In all cases of Frelitht for parties not tesponslble or un
known, the Freight Money will be required In advance.
PACKAGES OF LltlUOKS AND WINES
MIST BE PLAINLY MARKED
For the pirty whom they are for, or plainly stated in the re
ceipt to whom they are consigned.
All demands for Damage or Loss, must be made within one
In no way liable for loss or accident lo livestock.
XT Hack Drivers, Boys, and such like, will not be allowed
on board the Steamer upon arrival, until after the passengers
have been landed.
mhiU WILDER dr CO.
STEAMSHIP COMPANY !
FOR SA; FRANCISCO.
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
Will leave Honolulu for San Fraccisco on
or about Monday, May 10.
For Sydney, via Auckland !
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
ON OR ABOUT MONDAY, APRIL 19
H. UACKFELD A CO., Agents.
Gowda fwr Milpmrul per Men titer an www
be Mated. Frrr wf Chargr, In the Fire-prwol
Warrfcsa.r stewr Ibr Strnnser Whnrf. jl 79
S C ALLkl. M. P. auBIS.IOS.
ALLEN & EOBINSON,
tr KOBI NMJN'N WHARF. DE. LERS IN
LI Mb Ml and all kinds of BLILI'INO MATERIALS
Pair.U. Oils, Nails, Ac, Ac.
AGKMTd rok SCBOOXEKS
n29) Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. (79
X. fpVjStk: coo ice,
AG EXT OF THE FOLLOITIXG COASTERS :
Kaluna and Gen. SeigeL,
FIG. Red wilt White Ball
OFFICE, Corner of
Nuuanu and Queen Streets.
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
V. BREWER At. CO., AGENTS.
Favorable arrangements can always be made for
Storage and Shipment of Oil. Bone. Wool, Hides
and other Merchandise to New Bedford. Boston. New York and
other Eastern Ports. XT Cash Advances maile.
ja2 79 C. BRKWKR A CO.
R E G V L A R
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO
C. BREW ER A;. CO.. AGENTS.
Merchandise received STORAGE FREE and
liberal cash advances made on shipments by this
l.ne. ji-2 79 C. BREWER S CO.
ESTABLISHED 1853. CHOICEST WINKS.
IZd ALU 4 LIQl'OKS in the Market. AT CASH PRICED.
f2l ly 0
PR EM E
COL R T OF Til E II A WA II AN
UdIj. in l"rct:e.
I-itiod of I'ahu, Hawsiian Islands,
In the matter of the Ltate ot WILLIAM BRASH, de
ceased. Order appointing time for probate cf wilt and direct
ing publication of notice of the sane.
A document, purporting to be the lat will and testament of
Wi lUm l.ranh. liicnirtl. having on the 11th day of April,
a- r. li0. been prenutet tu sail Probate Curt. and a
petition fjr the prybts; tiiTt'J, and fc the issuance of letiers
t .-Manieniarv to W i nam uev r?w lt-ab. baring fi.ed by him.
It is her 'by ordered, that WEDNr.rDA V. the 5ih day of
April, a. r ld. at 10 o'cio':k. a. M. of said day, at the Court
R w of said Court, at llonoiuia. in the Island of Oahu.be,
and the same is fc-r-by apointed tte time fir proving si-i
will and hearir? a .i spp icat: c, when nt where any pet son
interested may appear ar.l rnctest the siii wi'.l. and the grant
ing of letters tTimer.tary.
It is fur.her ordered. tht notice thereof be given by publica
tion, f r three successive weeks, in the Pacific Commercial
Advertiser, a new, paper printed and pubLsbed in Honolulu.
Dated Honolulu, U. I., April 13-h. 10.
Attest: Justice of the Supreme Court.
A. R03A, Deputy Clerk. ap!7 St
SUPREME COURT OF THE HAWAIIAN
Itianda. in bankruptcy In the mutter ot the petition of
WILLIAM JOHN CON. a voluntary bukrapc
Wlliiam Johnsoa having been this day adjudicated a bank
rupt at a hearing bef ire Chief Justice Harris. It was ordered
that notice be given to the creditors of said William Johnson,
to present their cUims and prove their debts as provided in
Section 6S7 of the Civil Code.
iotice is hereby given that MONDAY, the SS'.b day of April
insuot, at ten o'clock a m , at the Court room at Alii4ani
liale, Honolulu, be the time and place lor all such creditor to
appear and present said claims. By order cf the Court.
A. ROd A, Deputy Clerk.
Hcnolu'u- AprU 8. 1SSQ. AplO 3t
SUPREME COURT OFTHE HAWAIIAN
Islands. In Proba.e. In the EslATE uF A APAN A OR
LAM PAN of Honolulu, deceaaed, intestate. Before Chief
Justice Harria. Order f ooti.-eof petition fr administration.
On reading and filing the peiiiiunof E. Hoffschlaeger Ac Co.,
creditors of Apa&a ir Lxm Pan. allegir.g that he, the said
Apauaor Lam Pan, died intestate at Honolulu, on the th
day of March, A. D 1S0. and praying that Letters of Ad
ministration issue to Wi.liam Maertens.
It is ordered lht MOM LAY, the 19th day of April, A. D.
13S0, be snd hereby is appointed for hearing said petition
before the aa id Justice, in the Court Room tl this Court, at
Honolulu, at which time and place all persons concerned may
ai'(ir and show cause, if any tbey have, why said petition
should not be granted, and that thin order be published in the
English languige for three successive weeks in the Pacific
Commercial Advertiser, a newspaper in Honolulu.
CHAS. C. HARRIS.
Chief Justice cf the supreme Court.
Attest: A. ROSA, Deputy Clerk. ap3 3t
SUPREME COURT OFTHE HAWAIIAN
ISLANDS, in Probate. In the matter of the Estate of
Ira Richardson, late of Honolulu, deceaaed. At Chambers,
before Chief Juice Harris.
On reading and filinir the petition and accounts of John
Mott Smith and Elisabeth C Kichaidson, administrator and
administratrix of the Estate of Ira Richardson, deceased,
wherein they ask to be ailowea $u o-M.zo, aua cnarge mem-,
selves with $13,011 25. and ask that the same may be exam
ined and approved, and that a final order may be made of dis
tribution of the properly remxinir.g in their hands to the per
son thereto entitled, and discharging them aud their sure
ties fr m all further responsibility as such.
It is ordered, that MONDAY', the Sd day of May, A D 1SS0.
at ten o'clock a m, before the said Justice at Chambers, in the
Court House at Honolulu, be and the aame hereby is appoint
ed as the time and place for hearing aaid petition aud ac
counts, and that ail peraomi interested may then and there ap
pear and show cnuse il any they have, why the same should
not be granted; and that this order iu the English language,
be published in the Pacific Commercial Advertiser,a newspa
per printed and published in Honolulu, for three successive
weeks previous to the time therein appointed for aaid hearing.
Dated at Honolulu this 2d day of April'. A D 1330.
C. C. HARRIS,
Attest: A.ROSA, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
Deputy Clerk. ap3 3t
SUPREME COURT OF THE HAWAIIAN
Islands. In the matter of C. K. liapai, an alleged bank
rupt. C K. Ilapai having on the 29th of March, 1830, been ad
judicated bankrupt at a hearing bef ire Chief Justice Harris,
on petition of II y man Brothers, it was ordered that notice
be given to the creditors of said bankrupt to present their
claims and prove the aame as provided in Section 967 oi the
Now therefore, notice is hereby given that TUESDAY, the
20lh day of April, a D 1330, at 10 o'clock a m, at the Court
room at Aliiolaui Hale, Honolulu, be the time and place fur
all such creditors to appear and prove aaid claims.
By the Court, A ROSA,
Honolulu, April 2, 1380. Deputy Clerk Supreme Court
IN CHAMBERS, CIRCUIT JUDGE, SECOND
Judicial District, Hawaiian Islands.
In the Estate of ANDREW WALTER, of Lahaina. Maui,
deceased. On reading and filing the petition of Jacob Walter,
the Administrator of the Estate of Andrew Walter, of Lahai
na. Maul, II. I., deceased.
It is ordered, that THURSDAY, April 22,1830, at 10 o'clock
a. m , at the Court House in Lahaina, be set apart as the time
and place for hearing said petition, anil any objections that may
be offered thereto; and all persons interested are hereby notified
Circuit Judge, 2nd Judicial District, II. I.
Lahaina, March, 1880. ap3 3t
Executors' Notice to Creditors.
HAVING BEEN QUALIFIED BY THE
Supreme Court as the Executors of the last will of Maria
P. Chamberlain, late of Honolulu deceased, we hereby notify
all persons having claims against the said deceased to present
the same duly authenticated, to 9. B. Dole our attorney, at bis
office in said Honolulu, within Fix months from this date.
J. KVARTS CI1A.MUERI.AIN,
Executors of the last will of Maria P. Chamberlain, deceased.
Honolulu, 10th April, 1830. aplO 4t
Administrators' Notice to Creditors.
HAVING BEEN APPOINTED BY THE
Supreme Court Administrator of the Estate of II. N.
Ager. late of Wailuku of the Island of Maui, deceased, I here
by notify all persons having claims against the said estate to
present the same duly authenticated to me within six tnnmhs
from this date, at my ollice in Honolulu. B. DOLE,
Administrator Estate of U. N- Ager, deceased.
Honolulu, 10th April, I860. aplO 4t
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT PUR
1. w suant to a power of rale contained in a certain mortgage
deed dated Dec. 26 1!76. made by Kikipa and Marita Kikipa,
Lis wife, to Alex. J. Cartwright, of record in Li her 49, on
pageM 160 and 161. and for a I reach of the conditions in aaid
mortgage deed contained, that all and singular, the lands,
tenements and hereditaments in said mortgage deed contained
and described, will, alter the time limited by law be sold at
public Auction, on account of the breach of the conditions as
The property in said mortgage described being situate in
Kaneohe, Koolaupoko, Oahu, and containing together 356
acres. ALKX. J. CARTWRIGHT.
CECIL BROWN, Attorney for Mortgagee.
Dated Honolulu, April 10, IsSO. aplO 4t
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
AJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT PUR
11 suant to a power of sale contained in a certain mortgage
deed dated April 25, 1876, made by Kailaa Heeia to Alex. J.
Cartwright, of record in Liber 46, on pag s 41 and 42. and lor
a breach of the conditions in said mortgage deed contained,
that ail and singular, the lands, teuetneuta and hereditaments
in aaid mortgage deed contained and described, ni l, after the
time limited by law, he "ld at public auction, on account of
the breach of the conditions as hereinbefore mentioned.
lhe property in said mortgage described, being situated in
Kahaiuu, Oahu, and more particularly desrriied in Royal
Patent No. 6919. A LEX. J. CARTWRIGHT.
CECIL BROWN, Attorney lor Mortgagee.
Dated Honolulu. April 10. 1850. aplO 4t
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
;wJOT,C''E is HEREBY GIVEN, THAT PCR
a suant to a power of sale contained in a certain mortgage
deed dated Oct. 31. 1378, made by Abraham Kaai to Alex. J.
Cartwright of record in Liber 56, on p'ges o39 and 340, and
for a breach of the conditions in said mortgage deed contained,
that all and singular, the lands, tenements and hereditaments
in said mortgage deed contained and described, wili. alter the
time limited by law, he sold at puhlic auction, on account of
the breach of the conditions as hereinbefore mentioned.
The property in said mortgage des ribed, being situated in
Kanuku, Manna, Oahu, and more fully described in Royal
Patent No. 7170, Kulcana Uelu 1354
ALEX- J. CARTWRIGHT.
CECIL BROWN. Attorney for Mortgagee.
Dated Honolulu. April 10, 1330.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF SALE.
By;direction of thomas brown,
Trustee, the assignee of a certain Mortgxge made
by Nakoana (k)and Kahiu (w) to Alex. J. Cartwright, bear
ing date of the 23th day of January. 1S73, ol record in Liber
64, folios 11 and 12, and by him assigned to the said Thomas
Brown, Trustee, and duly recorded. I am directed to sell at
public auction on
SATURDAY, the 22nd day of May, 1880,
at 12 M., at my Salesroom in Honolulu. A I) that certain piece
or pieces of land situated at Pianui .Manoa. Oahu. and being
the same sa described in Royal P itent No. 3, issued to Kala
tni, and containing an area of 13.66 acres.
tor further particulars, enquire cf
C. S. BARTOW. Auctioneer.
Or CECIL BROWN, Attorney for Mortgagee. apl7
NOTICE of Foreclosure of MORTGAGE.
VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT PLR
i. w suant to a power of ante contained in a certain mortgxge
dated the 17th March, 1379, and recorded in the Hawaiian
Registry of Deeds in Libr 60. paces 113, 114 and 115, made
by J. Costa in favor ol W. H. Heed and J. P. tfisson. doing
I usiness under the firm Dime of Reed A Sissnn, and for breach
ot the condition of the said mortgage, the property conveyed
by the said mortgage, will after three weeks from this date, I e
advertised and soil at auction. KEEL) 4 dsON.
t. H. Dole. Attorney.
April 17. 1830. apl7 3t
AT F. HORN'S
Steam Candy Factory & Bakery
FRESH POP CORN !
Sugared in Balls and Salted, Real Bntter Scotch, Pure Gum
Drops and Fresh Creams made every week. All
Candies manufactured at try Estahlish
ment guaranteed to be strictly
pure, and sold at San
PURE CERMAN RYE BREAD!
No. 7 I Hotel street, between Nuuanu and Fort
STOKE AND PREMISES
M. on Queen street, belonging to lr R W. Wood, at
sent occupied hy the undersigned. For terms apply to
se 7-lt H. HACKr ELD A Co.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
1GOOD WINI-.III.I,. I HRASS PUMP.!
Iron Tanks, capable of holding 400 gallons each; 1 Solid
Frame, for ahove l inks: also. Pipe Wort. Connections, etc.,
complete. This Mill can be seen in workiug order by applying-to
(ni9tf) U. J. AONEW.
IOR SALE I N" PACK AGES. (IN BONO.) OF
1 20, 30 and 40 Gallons, at 75 cents per gallon CASH
guaranteed hetween 90 and 95 per cent, proof, by
niar.O lm CUAS. L'J.Nli. No. 8 Merchant St. "
1'IIE I'.M'EKSIGNKU ARE PREPARED
I to write upon Merchandise, per First Class Vessels between
this and Coast Ports, covering loss or damage, if amounting to
10 per cent, or more, on the sound Value of the a hole thip-
ment at port of delivery, upon r.ivorable terms.
B1SOP A CO.,
Agents of the Firemen's Fund Insurance Co.
Monoluiu, Jan. 30th, 1830. ja3I 3m
We, Kalakava, by the Grace of Gol, of
the Hawaiian Islands, Kinir, do proclaim :
That it is Our Pleasure, in pursuance of
Our Contitution, that the Members of the
Legislative Assembly of Our Kingdom do
assemble at the Legislative Hall, at Our
Capital of Honolulu, for the dispatch of
public business, at 12 o'clock, noon, on Fri
day the Thirtieth day of April, A. D. Eight
een Hundred and Eighty.
Given un ier Our Royal Sign Ma nual
at Our Palace, in the City of
Honolulu, this First day of
March, Eighteen Hundred
and Eiehtv, and the Seventh
I Seal, j"
Year of Our Reign.
the Kino :
The Minister of the Interior,
Sam'l G. "Wilder.
Official notice has this day been receive-d at Oils De
partment that daring the temporary absence of Monsieur
Ecgesi; Daloz, Consul and Commissioner of France,
Monsieur J. L. RaTard, Chanceliier of the French Lega
tion, will hare the duties of Consul and Commis
sioner of Frame. All persons are requested to give full
faith and credit to ail his official acta in that capacity.
JXO. M. KAPENA, Minister of Foreign Affair.
Department of Foreign Affairs. Apl 3, 13a0. A pi 17-3t
It has pleased His Majesty the King to appoint Ckaxm.es
H. JCDD a Noble.
Iolani Palace. September 8. 1379. sp 10
There are 16 Lots belonging to the Government on
Kulaoaahua plains, and applications for the purchase of
the same, will be received at this office, under the same
conditions as the former sales.
, SAM'L G. WILDER, Minister of Interior.
, Interior Department, April 2d, 1S80. - ap3
f Geobge D. Fbeeth, Esq.. has this day been appointed
- . . .-. . 7 .. r w ... xi. v -.. ..I V. nc U..V.I.
UJJCllun uucii. m n.in nuii.a .uvt v ' " ' ....
vice Robert Lishmaii resigned.
Sam'l O. Wildeb, Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office. April 1st, 18S0. ap3
C. W. Hart, Esq., has this day been appointed Road
Supervisor for the District of Kona, Island of Oahu, vice
Robert Lishman resigned.
Sam'l G. Wildeb, Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, April Ut. 1880. ap3
The manner in which Cattle are cared for, in the Pens
near Honolulu, while waiting slaughter, is not humane
and must conduce to make such cattle unhealthy and un
fit for food.
Therefore, the Board of Health hereby give notice,
that from this date, proper aud humane care must be
given all Cattle intended for slaughter such as proper
Pens, giving shelter from the sun and rain, and sufficient
food and water.
The Board of Health hereby instructs their Agent Jno.
H. Brown, to 6ee that this Order is fully carried out, and
to prosecute under the law regulating the Board of.
Health any and all parties who fail to comply with this
Order. Sam'l G. Wildeb.
mar27 President, Board of Health.
Is accordance with the provisions of Section 3 of " An
Act entitled an Act to amend Sections 184, 185 and 186 otU,
the Civil Code," approved July 20th, 1872, the following
gentlemen have been this day appointed Commissioners
to assess damages claimed by property owners, as sus
tained by the extension of Liliha street, viz.: R. F. Bick
erton, H. Waterhouse aud J. Moanauli.
SAM'L G. WILDER, Minister of Interior.
Interior Office, March lGth, 1880. mar27'n
Licenses Expiring in April, 1880.
Notice is hereby given that all Licenses must be ap
plied for direct to the Interior Office, and all parties are
cautioned about failing to renew expiring Licenses, and
all Sheriffs and Deputy Sheriffs have instructions to pro
secute without discretion, any and all parties doing
business without the proper License.
SAM'L G. WILDER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office April 30, 1879.
RETAIL,. OA II U.
B F Ehlers A Co, Fort Street, Honolulu
1 M Mclnerny, cor Fort and Merchant sts, Honolulu
1 A wa Toug, Kahhi. Kona,
1 Alina, Waiawa, Ewa,
3 Ah Leung, Nuuanu st.
3 Yim Quon A Co, cor Maunakea & King sts, '
6 DilliUKham k Co, Fort st,
7 Jno J Weik, King st,
7 J Nott & Co, Kaahumanu ft, '
10 L Aseu, cor Nuuanu aud King sts, "
10 Chung Faa, Nuuanu t, "
11 On Chong. Waikiki,
12 Goo Kim k Co, Nuuanu st, . "
14 Sen Choug, Nuuanu st. "
15 Akoi, Nuuanu st, "
15 A Kraft & Son, Fort st, "
15 M Dickson. Fort st,
21 Man Hop, Hotel st.
22 Mon Chuck k Co, Pttnaluu, Koolaupoko,
2ti Ami & Ahatia. Waiau, Ewa,
28 Wo Chong A Co. Nuuanu st, "
28 Sa Ping, cor Merchant & A lakes sts, "
1 Thos H Hobron, Kahului,
14 Tong Quai. Wailuku.
14 J Gruuwald, Kipahulu, Hana.
lft M G Corea, "
15 Akana, Kaiualu, Molokai,
2:i W L Davis, Makawao,
27 Alana, Kula.
1 Afu, Holualoa, North Kona,
7 Alum, Pueohaku, Hilo,
14 L Kama. Kalapana, Puna,
21 Apana liapai. Punahoa, Hilo,
29 Aiana, Kaiopilii, North Kohala.
15 F Bindt. Koloa,
19 Chung Faa. Hanalei,
23 J M Gibson, "
30 Hauls. Kapaa, Kawaihau.
G Alo, Lahaina, Maui,
14 Ahoy A Co, Lahaina, Maul.
18 Frank Joliver, Punahoa, Hilo, Hawaii,
27 Ahiku, Kapaa, Kauai,
28 Mon Chong k Co, cor Maunakea k King sts, Honolulu
28 Alaina, Waihee, Maui.
17 H Hackfeld, Queen st, Honolulu.
12 Geo S Pinkham, Kauai,
13 E P Adams.
3 Geo K Kaauwai, Makawao, Maui.
12 J Kanui. fish market, Honolulu,
15 J li Syvla, jr. Kamoiliili.
1 Shun Fo, Kohala, Hawaii. ;
18 Pumauu, Puna, Hawaii. ;
SPECIAL NOTICES, j
New York Life Insurance Company in
Whilst thousands of persons were anticipating the
cheer and merriment of Chrisiuas and others the delight
of New Year's Day. upwards ot Jorty-five thousand deeply
interested heads oi i amines au army in numoer witu,
probably, their dependents, were awaiting, with the con
fidence of preceding years, that harbinger of promise
and of hope, the appearance of the thirty-fifth annual
statement of this eminent life company. It was not
alone in the States that this feeling prevailed, for it is
well known and trusted in Europe. The company has
establishments both in London and Paris, where it has a
large constituency, and where by its honorable course it
has largely contributed to our natioual reputation.
This great mass of expectant policyholders must be
highly gratified at the result ot last year's labors, for al
though it was a year when life insurance was tempora
rily on the wane throughout the civilized world, the New
York life prospered. It that year it issued 5,524 policies,
insuring f 17,lr;iM.173. Its net premium receipts were up
wards of a quarter of a million more than in 1878, whilst
its death claims were upwards of $100,000 less. Its cash
assets were upwards of two millions more than in 178,
the surplus half more, and the divisible surplus upwards
of $;tou,O00 more than in 1m78. The income from interest
alone was $2.J3'2,fi50, or nearly half a million more than
the death claims. The better to show the flattering com
pari sou between the more prominent financial features
of the company in 187 than in 1878 we make the follow
ing extracts from the statistics oi mese years;
Net premium income.
Death claims ..
Amount insureo' by
Income from interest.
. 17,098,173.00 15,949.986.00
. 2,033,650.00 1,948,665.00
This syllabus represents one of the adverse years in
life insurance experienced by the New York Life. The
last three years may be said to have been of this char
acter; but "in each of those years the New York Life, in
volume of business and in financial prosperity, exceeded
the one that preceded it in about the same ratio as 1879
bears to 1878, an incident that proves that throughout
what we may term the panic in ltfe insurance public
confidence never slumbered in regard to this great com
pany. We can only add that, directed by able and saga
cious managers, who have been the parents of its great
ness, and with a spotless reputation, the New York Life
is likely o participate largely in that increase which it
is belieyed national prosperity will confer upon life in
surance. (aplO-lm) C. O. Bekoeb. Special Agent.
Unemployed is the Colonies. In our exchanger
fremi the South, we note frequent mention of large num
bers of men, both in New Zealand and Australia, as
anxiously but vainly seeking for employment. One
writer, dating nine miles from Auckland, gives us an
idea of the cost of living. He says, butter is 37 ! 'cents
per lb; beef 12 cents; mutton 10 cents; and all groceries
are verv high. Dry goods are half as much more as in
England. The governments were being blamed for con.
tinuing the encouragement of emigration to the Colonies,
except of persons possessed of some capitaL
Mark tour Papers Friends in other countries
frequently send us newspapers through the mails, con
taining something which they wish us to see, but they
fail to mark that which they desire to bring to our atten
tion. We have sometimes spent considerable valuable
time in looking over these unmarked papers, endeavor
ing to find out why they were sent, and only to puzzle
vainly for a reason. Perhaps some of these days some
body " somewhere in the world will make a will leaving
us a" millionaire, and we shall never find it out, because
the man who sent the paper was so careless as not to
mark tbe paragraph containing tbe information. Do,
friends, mark your papers.
TH. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS .
SATURDA Y. APRIL 17.
-Ours are due to Mr. T. G. Thrum nJ
to Col. Norrls. for late apert.
EST" We learn that the Government is about to
lay a gxvl plank road from Kapiolaul Park along the
beach, t the main road, so that the Park will be aooel
tle for vehicle. A bridge will be built over the stream
near the entrance to the Park.
2 The ete.tmer from San Francisco is expect
ed to-day. If however, she does not arrive until after
nightfall, we are requested to say by Whitney A Robert
son that a light will be displayed on her coming la sight,
at the outer telegraph statiou. -,
Tbe celebrated purxle of 15. otherwise) 34,
which has so much engrossed attention at th East, has
reached Honolulu. W hop that Whitney A Robartson,
who hav Imported it, will not b complained of for In
Xrw Bridge at Hilo. A new wooden bridge
has recently been completed over th Waiakaa. It is nine
ty foot span, substantially built, and will coat about
(4.00. We hear there is some talk among th people of
that section of petitioning th Legislature for a break
water on the Waiakea aid of Hilo harbor.
Steamer " Gc&sik Telfair.' This Iron steamer
of about 400 tons burthen, in th White Star Lin, wa
advertised to leave San Francisco for this port April 8,
and may be looked for at any time. It will be aoen by th
announcement vf the agents, Messrs. W. O. Irwin A Co.,
that she will aail on the return voyage April 24.
EsT Professor Ketteo gave aoother one of bis
very popular piano-forte concerts on Thursday evening;
again, of course, to a fine audience. By particular re
quest, the Professor, who sail for Australia by th
steamer due to-day, will this evening give a farewell
concert, at the Lyceum. See posters.
Letter from Honoixlc. The S. F. Post of
March 27, has a letter from this city by a passenger
who arrived here on the 25th February, Th writer
seems, unlike some who visis-us, to have an everything
cnlrur de rose, and in quit complimentary terms speak
by names of individuals whom he has met, both In pub
lic and private life.
American Postaqk Stamps The public will be
V pleased to learn that by order of th Minister of th
Interior, an ample supply of U. 8. postage stamps will
be kept for sale at th Poet Office. A new window will
be opened to the east of the present general delivery,
where domestic and foreign stamps can be had on appli
cation. Among tbe passengers for the East from
New Zealand to San Francisco by the steamer was Fsther
Chiniquy, an ex-Roman Catholic priest. He haa made a
tour of the Colonies, lecturing on Romanism, and is now
returning to his parish in Canada. He gave a free lect
ure on Tuesdav evening in Fort street Church, which
was well attended, and in which he recounted aome re
markable experiences that had caused him to abjure Ro
ma u vamoiiciHiu. ,
t T .hi . r . a nnrraannmlunt wrllaa that a flnmaA
to convey cane to the mill is nearly completed at Niulli, J
wherby they expect to make seven tons or sugar a day.
Early in the present month, aa old native
woman was burned to death in a graaa house at NiuliU
It seems that she was helpless, and being left alone
in the house, it somehow caught fire and was burned
to the ground. Only the trunk of the woman' body was
Asdixions to tbe Librart. During the past
week a number of books have been added to the library,
partly by purchase and partly by gift. Among these are
Dickens' works complete in fifteen volume; Jarves' His-
tnry of tbe Hawaiian Islands, and a handsome copy or
Webster' Dictionary, Unabridged, with illustrations.
he latter is the gift of Mr. A. J. Cartwright. The col-
ection is steadily growing in interest and value, and at
be present rate of increase will soon Decome one
hich the people of Honolulu can feel a Just pride.
Complications with tuk Maoris. Tbe New
Zealand government is still apparently on the brink of a
native war, on account of confiscated lands. The lands
in question were confiscated formally some fifteen or
sixteen years ago, but never taken possession of. Re
cently however surveyors and road makers sent on th
land by government, were obstructed by bodies of na
tives, and an armed force was sent to hold possession.
This is costing the Colony about 15,000 per month. So
far there haa been no actual fighting, but both aides are
apparently making ready.
INSTRUCTIONS TO REPRESENTATIVES A meetiog
the native voters of this district was called for Thurs-
iry evening last, at Eaumakapili church, for the under
stood purpose of instructing Representatives as to their
course in the coming session. There was less than a
hundred persons present at the meeting, and tbe only
Representative elect who put in an appearance was Mr.
Keau. A number of absurd and impossible proposition
were presented for the deputation to aupport. Some con
siderable discussion was bad, pro. and con. of a repeal
of the liquor law. and the vote of the meeting was that
it should be repealed. The people of Koolaupoko have
instructed to their representative to oppose the repeal.
Miss De Vere. This lady vocalist arrived from
New Zealand on Tuesday last, where she had concluded
a successful engagement, having previously made the
tour of Tasmania, New South Wales and Western Austra
lia. The local papers everywhere speak very highly of
her talent, and her possession of " a high and flexible,
almost bird-like, soprano voice, which has evidently been
carefully trained." She has flattering testimonials from
Signor Giorza, Director of tbe Sydney International Or
chestra, aud from De Vivo, business manager for Mad.
Patti. Miss De Vere proposes to give one or more con
certs in this city, the time and place of which will be
Mvsic The Band will play this afternoon at Emma
Square, commencing at 4:30 p. m. The following
is the programme :
March The Elite .Kuhner
Overture The Vestal Spontini
Andante St. Jerome's Love, (new) .....Beethoven
Waltz Visions, (new) Gung'I
Selection Rigol etto Verdi
Galop Hurly Burly, (new) Fauat
The next moonlight concerts will take place on Mon
day, April 19, and on Thursday, April 22, at the usual
time and place.
The Case of tue " J. W. Seaver." This bark,
which arrived at Hilo from San Francisco on the 3d inst.,
brought as passengers a Mr. Williams and wife. Tbey
were both caught in the act of smuggling opium from
the bark, and being found guilty in the Police Court of
Hilo, were sentenced to imprisonment with hsrd labor,
respectively for one year and three months. Under the
circumstances of the case, the Sheriff, Mr. Severance,
attached the vessel; but on the matter being referred to
the Attorney General, that officer, while fully approving
the action of the Sheriff ordered the discharge of tbe
vessel. She had a full cargo of sugar engaged at Hilo
for the return voyage, mostly from the plantation of th
In a Church for the first Time. Last Sunday
morning a large number of the recently arrived Gilbert Is
landers attended religious services at Rev. Mr. Parker's
native church at Kawaiahao. After preaching in Hawai
ian, the Rev. H. Bingham, who haa lived in Micronesia
as a missionary, made an address tothe strangers in their
own language, to which they listened with great appar
ent interest. Some of them it is stated, are from an isl
and on which no teacher has ever landed, and.they there
fore heard tbe gospel for the i,rst time in a Hawaiian
Church. Thus the seed first sown here by tbe Mission
ary Fathers over fifty years ago bread cast upon the
waters is now returning in a way little anticipated by
them or by those who sent them out from America.
Released. Tbe Swedish bark Ilermine which
arrived from Hongkong on the 28th ult. and was placed
in quarantine on account of having bad a case of small
pox on board during the voyage, was released therefrom
on Monday last and was towed into port. The best of
care and precaution has been observed by the officers of
the Board of Health in regard to the destruction of any
clothing, Ac. which might possibly conceal the con
tagion. The sailor who had had the disease and who was
about convalescent on the arrival of the veasel, has ever
since been at the quarantine station on tbe reef, as have
also the Chinese passengers. No signs whatever have
been detected of the appearance of the disease among tbe
latter, but in order to make assurance doubly aure,
the tabu on the reef will be continued for a few days
Fiji Planting asd Commercial Directort,
1879. A Handbook of Fiji: Levuka, Ovalau: Printed and
published by G.L. Griffiths, Besch street."-The foregoing
is the title of a pamphlet of some sixty pages, for a copy
of which we are indebted to Mr. T. G. Thrum, stationer
of this city. It contains much interesting matter, main
ly with reference to agriculture, which however is at pres
ent but of sn.aH importance in comparison with what it
promises to i e in the future. The total value of the do
mestic products exported in 1878, was $964,537, of which
amount $610,970 was represented by Copra; $103,500 by
Cotton; and $93,205 by Sugar. The area of land in the
group is stated at 7,000,000 acres, but we are not informed
how much of this is available for cultivation. The yield
of Sugar is from three to four tons per acre. There are
about 2.000 foreign residents, and 120,0" 0 natives. But
few of the latter are available for plantation labor, which
is mainly supplied from Western Polynesia, upwards of
1.500 men having been Imported front there in 1878.
Their yearly cost, per annum, including paasage, is about
10 per head. A good portion of the pamphlet before
us is taken up with estimates of what might be produced,
with a given amount of capital, in planting Cotton, Sugar
or Coffee, and most flattering results are shown on piper.
There can be no question however that Fiji is destined st
no distant day, to produce largely of the articles named.
A Speculation Ruined. The regulations at the
port of San Francisco in regard to the arrival of pas
sengers from abroad are so strict, that the business of
bringing prostitutes from China haa been very much
checked of late. Some months since a Chinese womsn of
that city, the keeper of a noted bagnio, proceeded to
Tii-mpVniKZ for the an noosed rjurnose of obtaining recruits.
f-Instead however of returning direct by steamship to San
Francisco, she took passage at Hongkong lor Honolulu,
in -the bark Jlfmint, for herself and her proteges, two
young half-grown Chinese girls. Here the plan was to
embark on the Honolulu steamer for the ultimate destin
ation, arriving there by which vesael the surveillance of
the police would be avoided. Meantime the Iermiru was
detained in quarantine, andat its termination a Chinese
resident, wanting a wife, proposed to the woman in
charge of the girls to marry the oldest, a healthy looking
damsel of about fourteen. The old lady would consent,
provided she wss reimbursed the amount expended for
passage, etc., which was stated at $350. The amorous
Celestial agreed to pay the sum, snd was making prepa
rations to receive his bride, when the steamer from Aus
tralia coming in, he found the duenna and her two
charges had embarked thereon for San Francisco. At an
interview on board, the girl expressed her willingness to
stav. but madam wanted $400 in cash before she would
five un her claim. The Chinaman however was equal to
the occasion, and taking legal advice got out a warrant for
the woman for abduction, and all the parties were taken
from the steamer and lodged in the Station House. The
result will be that the amorous child of the Flowery
Kingdom will net his bride: the procuress will be pre
sented for the crime at the Supreme Court; and her lit
tle speculation via Honolulu wm D ruineu-
UxcoNSTiTtTioNAU In tbe U. S. Circuit Coul
for the District of Calif oruia. March i3d, Jud Kawye
in a lengthy dH iaion on Anonj tnrjmt, In re Tiburci Pi
rott. declared th statute of California forbidding thi
doyment of Chltisw by corporations to t In vlolr-uo..
x t'h of the Confutation of Ui I nitrd Ktatew and of th
treaty with the Kinpire ot China, aud ordered the prison
er 's discharge.
Thk AsmoNoMrR or the Aoe. Professor Rich
ard A. Proctor, the riuini i t Fii:lih AMrouoturr, wa z.
pectevl in San Francisco laat month, and would aail
April 10th for A nM rail a. During his slay in that ctt h
was announced to di llv r a raiint of I'ltfe Wtnre. ow
The Sun: The Planrta: aud The Mars. If ther waa only
an rclipae or aome other exhibition of tbe heavwuly
bodies about coming off. Honolulu might have tbe pleas
ure and profit of hearing the foreruoat astronomer of the
The fallowing la a summary of tb. tclefrapnlo
news from Europe via the Colonies, received by tbe
steamer on Tuesday last."
Mar. 21. Persia professes to decline to occur
SkobeloS. tbe Russian CommanJer-in-Cbief of tbe
expedition against tbe Letk Turkomans, will avoid
alerv, as it is believed its occupation wonld provoke
tbe British lo advance on Herat.
It is suspected that Abdurrahman Kb a a baa de-
signs on IleraL
Mar. 22. Prince Orloff. the Russian Ambassador
at Paris, was recalled on Saturday, in eonsequenot of
tbe French Government re f using to expel the self
confessed Nihilist Halcman.
Mr. Paraell has returned from his tour la Aver
ica, and was accorded a most enthusiastic reeepiloa
at Cork, where he landed. Tbe people turned out
in thousands to welcome him. Tbe city waa til am la
sted in tbe evening. Mr. Parnell. at tbe banoast
given in his honour at which many prominent MP. 'a
and leading citiiens were preeent, in response to the
tosst of his health detailed tbe result of his recent
appeal on behalf of tbe people of Ould Erin Oo
London, Mar. 25. Her Majesty Queen Victoria
has left for tbe Continent to-day.
London, Mar. 25 Tbe Empress Eugenie, to
gether with suite, sailed to-day for Cape Colony.
London, Mar. 25. Authentic Intelligence bag
been received with reference to tbe movements of the
Afghan pretender, Abdurrahman, wbo recently -crossed
tbe river Uxus, from Russian territory, and
was believed to be arming at Balkb and Candabar.
Abdurrahman has now gained tbe Turcoman foroee
under Mahomed Isa, near Akocba, forty-four miles
from Balkb, and presumably intends to descend op- ,
on Cabul should an opportunity offer. The strength
of bis force is not known. It is believed that Gener
al Roberts is watching bis progress, and it Is ex
pected that the British troops will secure the town
of Cbarikar on tbe road lo Balkb.. in order to op
pose Abdurrahman should be aJvanoe.
London, Mar. 2C Mr. Gladstone ia severely to- .
disposed. Tbe illnesa is caused by over work and
train attending electioneering.
London, Mar. 26. The Marquis of Ilarttngton
made a speech at the Liberal meetiog to-day, in
which be reiterated the policy set forth in hit recent
manifesto. He further said that if retaroed ha
would endeavour to establish a European concert,
and would be prepared to use coercive measures to
ward Turkey, in order that she should introduce
London, Mar. 27. It is announced that Prinoa
Leopold will shortly leave Englsnd on a tour
through Canada and the United States.
Tbe political affairs of Greece create anxiety. The '
Government has of late become unpopular and lost
the confidence of tbe legislature. Their budget waa
received with much disfavor by tbe Chambers, and
after an animated debate was rejeoted by a large
The fanaticism of the Turks in Smyrna, an Ira
portant sea town in Asia Minor, hits of late given
cause of much alarm to the more peaceful portion of
the population. Great bitterness of religious feeling
has been manifested, resulting in some instanees In
serious riots. As precautionary measures, tbe Eu
ropean consuls have appealed to their respective Gov.
ernments to send war ships tothe Gulf of Smyrna
for the protection of life and property.
It is true, probably, that single-handed China
would atand a poor chance against Russia in the
long run, but she would be a formidable enemy at
all times, and at tbe preeent junotu re it is our belief
that Russia would make very great sacrifices rather
than bring tbe Kuldja matter to a belligerent issue.
In the nieatime it is amusing lo watcb tbe progress
of negotiations between the Moscovite and Celestial.
With them it is Greek-meet-Greck, so far as subtle
diplomacy of the old sohool is concerned. Both are
always well primed with promises, procrastinations,
and brag, and in deceit of all kinds they are well
Per KAL.AICAUA, AjiHl M,
Odessa, Mar. 22 The son of a priest, aa excelled
student, and one of tbe five Nihilists to be tried by
court martial at KiefT, has been oondemned to death.
His execution will make the nineteenth in Russia for
political offenses in less than two years.
St. Petersburg, Mar. 23 Most sirnal measure
are being adopted against the Nihilists. A large
number of suspected persons have been arrested.
and the police make frequent domiciliary visile.
St. Petersburg, Mar. 23. At a dinner in hon'sr
of Emperor William's birthday, the Caar said: "On
tbe anniversary of my accession la lbs Ibrone, tb
Emperor of Germany gave me renewed proof of hi!
constant friendship by an official letter, which .
waa immediately published, and also by a private
letter, both of which deeply moved me. I reolDro-
cate tbe sentiments and wishes expressed in that
letter, and count upon the maintenance and consoli- .
dation of the relations which have existed for mora
than a century between the two peoples. I drink to
tbe health of the Emperor, my best friend."
London, Mar. 22. In tbe House of Lords to-night.
the Earl of Dunraven railed attention to affairs in
Afghanistan. He said lhe Government bad lately
been very retioent regarding their Afghan Policy,
and tbe present position of a flairs was so anomalona
that he thought some explanation, ought lo be afford
ed the country before the House adjourned. Lord
Craobrook, Secretary for India, said ha objected.
bile intricacies still ex'tsteJ. to lay down any de
finite line of frontier, or to stating bow tbey in
tended to assert their supremacy in Afghanistan.
Herat was of paramount importance, and wonld be
come less important when we were in possession cf
the district of Candahar and lhe different pastes.
There was no understanding with Russia on tbe sub
ject of Herat, nor was there any arrangement with
Persia on the subject. ' Ibere might be certain cir
cumstances under which tbe tenure of Herat by Per
sia would not be dangerous. He looked forward
with great bope to tbe paoincaiion of Afghanistan,
and to its being governed, under due precautions.
by rulers of its own.
Panama, Mar, 20. A Chilean force of abont tea
thousand men, with cavalry and abundant artillery,
landed at Ho, Peru, on the 25th of February. - Ha
is about six miles oorth of Aries, where is a Peru
vian force of about ten thousand men. At a point
twenty miles south of I lo, the Chileans landed a force
of three thousand men. An attack is expected by
land and sea on Arica. The position of the Peru
vian commander is deemed critical.
A cargo of arms has been lauded at Callao.
During the landing of troo a demonstration waa
made sgainst Arica by the Huatcar and Ma gal-
lantt, ships on blockade duty, but they ars reported
as having been roughly handled by the old Ameri
can built monitor Manco Capac. Tbis vesael, which
ba laid at anchor during the "war, rendering no
active service whatever, was gotten under steam.
and, under command of Captain Moore, of tbe ill
fated Indtptndtncia, steamed out to meet th; Chile
an vessels. After half a dozen shots from tbe 600
pound Rodman guns carried by lhe Peruvian moni
tor, the Chilean ships got out of range ss faat aa
pos-ible. Tbe Peruvian officers report that tbe
Ilwitcar was struck twice by iho-e formidable mis
siles, one shot destroying the upper works of the bow
and tbe other sweeping th- deck. The Ma gallant
is also reported injured.
Washington. Mr. 27 Secretsry Thompson to
day instructed Commander Potter, of tbe relief ship
Contlellution. that he might land bis cargo at either
Kingstown, Queenstown, or Galway.
A Washington special says: It is understood that
the chief obetacle which has presented itself in the
course of tbe attempt to negotiate a modified treaty
with China has been the strong inclination which
prevails with the authorities of that country to adopt
a policy of exclusion toward tbe citizens of the United
States and the commerce of tbis country.
The London Timet, in commenting on the Pa
nama Canal project, urges the United States to
either let M. de Lesseps do it or charge tbemselvea
with tbe task. It says tbe Monroe Doctrine, even ia
its most restricted shape, has never been admitted
into tbe law of Nations, and Europe could not recog
nize so gratutious a demand as America now makee
over American countries, and might justly exclaim
against the autocracy arrogated by the United States.
St. Petersburg, Mar. 27. A secret printing
establishment baa been discovered here, and six
teen compositors engaged in it have been arrested.
St. Petersburg, Mar. 27 Instead of the con
cessions expected before the anniversary of tbe Ciar'e
accession to the throne, regarding tbe position of the
Jews, there is increased severity. Jews are driven
to represent themselves at Protestant Christiana to
escape expulsion from St. Petersburg. In tbe Gov.
ernments of Tula, Onel, and Kbarkoil, Jews in busi
ness for many years are ruthlessly expelled.
New York, Mar. 27- An Ediuburgh special ssysi
Tbe contest here is waxing hot, but the Liberals will
win and Gladstone will be returned. The impres
sion here, too, is that tbe Literals will aeenre a ma
jority in a general oontest.
New York, Mar. 27 The lUtalVt relief fuiwj
hag reached total of 8817,000.