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"ruiDAi. rzunuAKYX. ii.
Bt favor of Hut Kxrellenry J. S. "Walker. Minuter
f Finance, ws are able to present nr r-aJ-rs tlsy
ith th Cn-t-im Hutum Statistics of the King-lorn fr tl.e
sex 1, prepare 1 wtth his nual romj-UU n 1
. rotnptltu lo by C.4.F. W. Alli-n. the Collector-General.
! total ilrUrU vain -f Itnirta f.r the tait year
ell abort of that for -y 9- TliM .U. r.
a rucfineU t- erti.:I-s lui-rtril f r--m ronttrir t.ther
'ban the fnJte.l .Ud t. Import fn.iu the Utter hew
a Increase c,f HC;.Xri.Z. bttnjr 11 per cent a the
gure. for K'J. This etrtkln' yf f &f the effect f f
U Kaciprucity Treaty la diverting t the fnltrd State
rada. which would otherwise be comaianJed by other
ountri. Th Export UM repeat the fljTire which
LaTC already been permitted to mak public, ahowlng
B Increaaa of 195.TJ 80 In the declared export value.
Tl table of Cutom BecelpU stows B!
e-renu ever that of the year ls79 of ftWlu M. In JV'te
Tth. Ure lalllng off in our tmportation, from
untrte wlL prwluc and manufacture are dutiable.
The largest tncrsa-e I on the dnUee paid on sptntuoua
iquor which exceed by fMti 5i. the receipt from that
our? In 17!,. , , , .
Thm Faaaanirer Table show an lncra of our popo
stlon dor. 1. by excea. of arrival. over den arture
f Iunni( the exce wa 6J43. The falling
.ff in 'adult paaaenger arrival from Kan I rands, u as
.ompared with H7A wa luJT.
The total rain of Expert from the Kingdom in l-0.
s aa S4W.i 87. and of Import J. 67 j.-jmj 1. bowing
balan'celn favor of the country of $l,5.1.o4o . Col
Hen erlresaea hi conviction tbai tin excess of liu
orta will mot probably be considerably Increased In
The arrival daring th p. at week bare bronght Utile
Uition to oar totk of general merchandise. The
ainler. brtnra t oll cargo of lumber from 1 ort
TxporU fr the week Lave been limited to the
llpment per PMSS Australia, and a few f"r
toning Uland. Their total reported value U .1.C.J.
The bark Kainler encountered very heavy weather on
m Daaaag from I'ort TuwnwnJ t- this port, being 34
J.P in making th. trip. Captain Wulff report having
,Lunnou anuw. rain, and hall storm, and being 1
v. out before having a fair day. The Kainler 1 uw at
ti foot of tha Esplanade discharging, and will sail on or
oout the '.Eld inst- ,
The schooner Vivid, from Fanning a Iland. arrived on
i 16th tnt.. and anchored in th atream. the agent
emlng it advisable not to haul th veel al-'figxide the
rharf on account of the preaent epidemic. The return
argo of the Vivid wa placed ,u board by mean of
ighter. and he aile.l again ou the 17in iu.t.
The Oiovanni Aplanl arrived at fanning ItUnd on
he 2d of February from Washington Island, with forty
lative- ahe wa to leave on the th int.. for Monahikl.
Wilder . Co.- teamer Mokotil, in charge, of aptain
Ilex. McOregor. twttteil in lightening the K M An
Iralia of aome of her cargo on the evening of the Itth
and morning of th 15th lot. and otherwise rendered
,-atual eervice to tha etuck " t-aner.
Th Fel. Mokolli and Australia, three uteamer. were
all in the m ni on th evening of the 1 Ith. all aground.
Tha M kU only touched, and Worked off easily; the
Pel, alter considerable pulling and hauling, kedged off,
and th Auatraiia noated off at J a m. on th ISth. o
'ooVtbank. are due to Pnrwr Dean of th P. M. H. S
Australia, foe lat nle of Australian and New Pouth
WThe atmr'lLehu, will take the place of th Likellke
fur a short time, commencing on the lt int.
TU bk Uermin ha completed th tim aet for ber
qnaranun. and her pawwuger will b di harged to day
lb Ilermln will probably return in ballast to Ilong
hong at an early daU. ...
A rumor prevail that th th ateamer Septim I to be
llUlled fir an alleged atWtnpt of the captain to eva.le
tha Quarautln Law.
Th bk KeiatJoM arrival In port ber on the lth lnnt.
rout to Sydney. Th Kemljo U . days from San
t"ranci-o. ia lumbrr lalen. and put inhere to obtain
provision and water, and als to bav the pump
."rheA P Jordan 1 taking In the laxt of ber cargo and
may sail today for the Coast.
-Ik f M fl n City of Sydney is due this rveniug with
The brig Conauelo. I fully loaded au.l aib bvday or
o-morrow for th Coat.
pout or nonoi.Tji.xj, 11. i.
rblt Schr Pearl, from Ewa
14 Kthr Warwick, from Molokal
15 Hlor Likalik. from windward port
l Hloop ttaraa. from Ewa
lTHl.M-p Marah. from Ewa
14 Hchr Maleakala. front ililo
14 Htmr Waiwanalo, from Waimanalo
15 Hcfcr Kapiolani. from Ewa
I- simr l.stua. from Muhkat and Lanal
Blur C K Bishop, from haual
t -htuir J Make, from Kauai
I'J Htmr Kllauaa tlou. from kahului
1J H.:hr Nstti Merrill, from Lahaina
1- e hrClen Hiegel. from Waialoa
I rVhr Watial. from Maliko
l- Sthr t'aterina
! fs.hr Warwick, from Molokvt and Lanal
It P 3f 24 8 Australia. Cargill. IV day from Sydney
lii 6J.-br ivtd. Cawley. 11 dya frm Eanniug Island
li Bk RcmlJoa.UM data from 3 F
Feb 14 Stmr Jsme Hake, lor Kauai
It Sintr Lehaa. for Maui and Moiokai
14 Stmr C B.abop, lor Kauai
14 Blur Kilauee, llviu. for Kahului
it sv&r Nettie Merrill. Ir Labaina, Maul
14 ttehr Jennie, for Kauai
13 ttrhr Mana fur Knaa
15 chr Kapnilani. for Ewa
IS -Uchr rrarl. for UonouU
li Hchr Jennie Walker, for Puualuu
It Htinr Mokolii. for Koolanpapa
16 tichr Warwick. tr Moltikai and Lanai
liUMmi Waimaaalo, (r Waimanalo
IT Hehr Mokuola, for Ewa
15 U. hr Kekouloahl. for Hawaii
l! Sloop Sarah, for Waimanalo
1 Sk.hr Joaephine, for W aimea
IS P M 9 S Australia. I'argill. for San FrancUco
VICMSKI,) IN IMUtT.
Brig Xicholaua, Thomaa
Hcb Siarah Ann. Johnson
Tern A P Jordan. Cralk
Hgtn Conauelo, Howard
Bk Henuine, Meyer
Bk kamer; Wulff
Stmr Heptlma Petraa
Bk Viola. Price
'! fr llwwolalai fra Frel Ports.
P M 8 8 City of Sydney. Dearborn. San Francisco, due
Am bk Martha bideout. Wick berg. Port Townaend
Am bktn Jan A Falkinburg, Uubbard, S F. due
tier bk O F Undel. tic brock. Bremen, overdue
lrr bk Atlanta. Mohrmann. Bremen, due
Am achr Id McKay, Johnson. San Francisco, due
Am bgtn T W Laca. Wenthwortb. Port Osiuble, due
Am bk Jenny Pitta. Mevert. Port Uambl. due
Am bktn W H imond. liaasen. San Francisco, due
Ur stmr Lydi. Schmoll. C anion, da
Am bktn Kat Flickinger. Young. Port Gamble
Am bktn Kat dad-len. Bates. NswrasUe. NSW
tr bk Ccisr. Bohifs. Bremen
Am bgtn Hazard. Miller. LH-parture Bay, for Kahului
Am bk Edward May. Johnson. Bonton
Am bk Cheshire. Batcbelder. New York
Am bk Highflyer. Hchamann. Liverpool, via ft Michaels
Haw bk Kal. Ahlbron. Bremen
Haw bgtn Pomar. Tripp. 8-uth Sea Inland
Haw bk Hawaii. Whitney. Honth bee Iland
Am bgtn Morning star. Bray, Honth Sea Iln-I
Aia Schr Twilight. San 1'nm lKO, for liilo (amred)
r bk Muaca. from lrammen
tier bk Met, from Drammen. for Ullo
Kepcrt of th B M 8 S Auatrail. Cargtll. Commander
Dlcbargd pilot off Sydniy IXeail at 4 15 p rn, January
Xtth. with a moderate brM and clear weather; met with
atrontf wind, clouily weather and m high sea on the fol
lowing morning. Experienced high bead era np to th
morning of February 1st. aigUted the Three King at
p m. of January Slat, and Van Pieman light at 7:1.5 p m.
SighUd Tirt Tlri at 3 tO, February lPt. and wa boarded
by pilot off An-kland at 5 JO p ni. After discharging anl
receiving New Zealand mails, paengers and cargo, cast
off from th wharf at 1 a m. February 2d. discharged pilot
at 1 44; at S. littl Barrier bore west on mil distant,
mat with trong winkle and clooily weather on thl and
th follow Log day; encountered strong galea with heavy
jualU and high M np to t j 3th-, alghte.1 the Island of
Manue (Navigator's) el 1! a n of the Cth; tight vansbU
wind and rtlmi prevailed np to tb Vth; rro-d the
Equator at p m thl dat In long 16 Xl' west. Uk-tt
hd wind and frequent bowers prevailed np to th
I'ith; sighted tb Island of Oahu at 3 p m of th I ith, su.l
waa 'boaoled by pilot off Honolulu at 6 SO p m.
Report of Schooner Vivid. Left Fanning Island,
fab 3. and had continued fa-r weather with light winds
from N and NE to tb port of Honolulu. Arrived In port
on th 16th of February ; 13 days passage. L-f t German
hanio Rondolf loading with guano, but heavy
surf woold greatly delay her departure.
Report of Bark Relniar. Captain J II Wnlff Lef t Fort
Townaend. Jan loth, wind strong easterly, snowy
weather, heavy sea; Jan llta. wind 8W moderate, rainy
weather, and so continued to th list. on that date pasd
tb latitude of Ban Francisco In longitude l.M 3 W. wind
southerly, with very heavy rain and hall; Jan 2ith. in
Laiitod 31 N. latitnl Itts 40 W, enconutered very
neavy and sacceaaiv spinalis f rom th SW. during one
0 which carried away the mlxxen-topmast and several
of th Ugbt sail, very heavy sea on. vessel almost con
tinually auuler water; to th 31st had continued squally
weathar from th southward; on that date In latitude,
no auN. longltod 14SO W.wlnd Increased to a gale.
coin palling ship to b pnt under lower topsail for Id
hoars, a breaking .over every part of the vessel, all
hands kept at both phuipa for 11 hours stealily. men also
ena:agd in bailing out cabin and forward houses. From
th slat Jan to the 12th Feb, bad wind from th south
ward and from th westward. Mad th Island of Maui on
7b 13th. and tllpw, on the 13th arrived off the harbor
of Hoaolala: dayTpaaaage.
from Port Towaend. per Rainier. February 14th
,aTMiraet rough hunber. 70.911 feet dressed lumber.
ToaO.hin.-les. 30.CJ0 feet l.tba.H Hackfeld Co; 3d
ukawhoweboia good a. Mr Colburn.
vwot. Ran Francisco. Tin Kahului. per Conanelo. Feb
fiihTlH sks barley, lsi sks bran. 200 kfc nails. 20
?B5ro Wi Co; 66 pkga groceries. Jno 8
'rim'gTdtef and Auckland. Pr AuatraUa. February
, tinned butter. 1 cse pewonal effects. H Hack-
1 fTM krt MlvtnJMsl iron. 71 pkga spirit. W O
!' if frnfls potatoes, H May; 60 ska oat Q W
ifLV- Msksoits, 100 sks potatoes Uacfarlane at
J. iaeVrlaVt to Order; and pkg.
V tl in transit for Ban Franc lco.
-Vrr-TrV, j,.-T.a. r February IMb-Fel-
L. Y. " "
K.n rr.ti. i-o. ter Australia. February I'.
10 1.14 I kg u'ar. II bi betel leave, w7 bnch banana.
1 box picture. 1 box brushes; domestic value, f .OWO.M;
foreign value, $ 15.M.
For Fanning' Ioland. per Vivid. February lfith-Lot
t.ro ision. me.lirlne. drug. c. JO balea 'oay. clothing,
stationery, el re bread. SO niat rice. 3 cm clothing; foreign
"r roin port TownwiiJ, p-r Rainier, February 14th H S
foibnrn. Mr Colburn. Louia Col burn, Oule Colburn,
From Sydney and Antralia. per Aoatralia. February
lith Mr Pfluger and eon. F. Woods, Henry Woods, Miss
Kedington. Miss Porrls, James Cronan. H Joss.
For San Francisco, per Australia. February 15tb Thos
Uenderton. 9 Sellg. Mls E Flemminf, T Reynolds and
wife, MrvKIIobron. Mr Antnon. Gen C Torlong. T H
Davies. W'm Kinney. T T Horner, A O Coffln. T T enow,
T F Penaypacker. F P bprltx, B Hymaason, Mrs SO
Wilder and two jlldren. W C Crosble and wlfs, T H
Thompson and wife. E W DonneU. H W Kicholson, Thos
Howe. Henry Sheridan, John T Lunnon. H J Ives. James
Wonlock. JohnlMcKlnney. H W McCbeeney. Charles Caah,
W H Leland. Henry Oberhoff. T H Aabwortb. A Meyer,
M Ooetze, wife and child. E Belford, A O Leach. John
Henry. F R Blttner. C Godfrey. T M Adam, T Daviea. T
Ryan, A Erickaon. Capt W Berrill. H Weber. M Stallard
and wife. 8 P Daggett, J Hind, A Lehmann, M R W hite
head. M Fuchs, and 133 passengers in transit.
From Fannlng's Island, per Vivid, February ICtli Ua,
Lulka, Si cor a.
For Fannings Island, per Vivid, February 17th Teks
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1831.
Her Royal Highness,the Princess Regent,
has imposed a close restriction upon the Pal
ace grounds, allowing no ingress or egress,
in consequence of the prevalence of the epi
demic. The anxieties incident to the state of the
pnbllc health, interfered with a contem
plated reception on the occasion of the com
memoration of His Majesty's accession, on
On Sunday, the 13th Inst., Her Royal
Highness, accompanied by His Excellency,
J. O. Dominis, attended Divine worship at
the Bethel Chapel, under the ministration
of the Pastor, Rev. Dr. Damon.
In addition to the cases reported up to
Wednesday last we have to record the fol
Kana (k), Waianae : Feb. 16th.
Sam Tong, stmr. Septima ; 17th, Ah Fat,
stmr. Septima ; 17th, Ah Sue, stmr. Sep
tima; 17th, Aiwohi (k), Kamakela ; 17th,
Kaaea (w), Smith's Lane ; 17th, Kahl
kona (w), Queen Emma's ; 17th, Nailima,
(w) Queen Kmma's ; ISth, a Chinaman,
Quarantine Station, Fisherman's Point ;
ISth, Wong Ahina, Waianae; 18th, Walu
(k), Kalihiwaena, making 64 cases report
ed from town and country since the 4th
The Board of Health has commenced the
issue of a weekly report for which we refer
our readers toour "By Authority" columns.
Dr. Rodgers yesterday visited and ex
amined the premises at Kalihiwaena,
where the child Amoe died last week. He
found the mother, Namakalele, who was
taken down with the small-pox the same
time as her son Amoe, convalescent and
partakiug of her morning meal with ten
others, six women and four men, in a close
dark room in the same room In a corner
he discovered a child about six years of age,
on which the eruption of small-pox had
broken out. This is the child Waiu, whose
name appears last in the list of cases given
above. This case had not been reported
when the Report of the Board of Health was
issued. The circumstances related by Dr.
Rodgers show how difficult it Is to per
suade our native population to take the
commonest precautions against contagion,
even at a time when they are all in a most
excited frame of mind on the subject of
Quite a number of foreigners desirous
of going to the other islands have requested
to be placed in Quarantine for two weeks,
so that they may be allowed to depart
when thhat term has expired. Their re
quest has been granted; the Board of
Health allowing the Quarantined the pri
vilege of paying a policeman toguarg them
at irown homes during their voluntary
.A-'- ' 'oiident on Moiokai, whose
.a to hand, per Lehua, this morning
informs us that a native woman at Kai
nalu, on that Island named Hikaalani, has
had the small pox? She has been attended
b3 Dr. Neilson, and is now convalescent,
but no street quarantine was established to
prevent the spread of the disease, her
friends being allowed to go backwards and
forwards between her house and their own
residences. lie lurther states that no boats
arc now allowed to leave Moiokai for
Lahaina or other ports on Maui.
Fok the mail which left here on the loth
instant, an extra Steamer Edition of the
P. C Advertiser was issued, and met
with a large demand. It was forwarded to
all the official representatives of the King
dom, and to places of public resort in all
parts of the World. It was also largely
purchased by the public for transmission to
No respect of persons, or discrimination
between parties, should be shown by any
Government. The health and safety of the
leopIe should be the sole object held in view
by the Administration, and whatever rules
and regulations have to be made to secure
this end, should be meted out to all alike.
To use a common and very expressive
phrase "it will not do to make fish of one
and flesh of another." All should be called
upon to submit equally to any sacrifice
which the public welfare may demand from
We have now 791 Chinese immi
grants at the quarantine grounds on the
reef, and at the station on Fisherman's
Ioint, and there are 570 more, now on
hoard the Septima to be placed on shore ;
altogether 1,3G1 men ; and only men; and
dissatisfied men. And we expect, per ves
sels on the way, one thousand, or more, to
be added to this dissatisfied- multitude,
swelling the aggregate to a mob of about
2,400 ignorant men. Now, in case of an
outbreak, have we a sufficient organized
force to ensure the public peace? And,
should the representatives of foreign States,
duly solicitous in respect to the security of
the lives and property they represent, re
quire some assurance or guarantee of such
security, is our Government prepared to
answer in the affirmative?
" Any vessel which shall be the means
of clandestinely introducing into this King
dom any contagious disease, or any disease
dangerous to the public health, shall be lia
ble to seizure, confiscation and sale, for the
benefit of the public treasury." Bee. 295,
TnE wording of this law is very clear and
unambiguous ; and if, upon evidence, it can
tw etiat !!.. 1 that th- officer ia chtrpe o,
i the Septima, or any other vessel, have wil
fully misrepresented the sanitary condition
of their vessel, so that a contagious disease
has been, or has had an opportunity to be,
introduced into this Kingdom, then the
duty and action of our Government is plain
A man who should introduce into a
neighbor's house, a box said to contain only
harmless articles, but in fact, contained a
deadly serpent, which, escaping, struck
death amongst innocent people, would be
summarily dealt with as the worst kind of
The Qulnta and the Septima have intro
duced into the country worse than venomous
serpents But whatever action may be ta
ken by Government, we presume it will be
deliberate and careful ; and determine, not
only what share the misrepresentation ot
officers of vessels, but also the negligence,
or inefficiency of any of our officials, may
have contributed to our present misfortune.
In placing the Custom House Statistics,
prepared by Col. Allen, the Collector
General, for the year 1880, before the pub
lic, we think it worthy of mention, that
this is the Seventeenth Annual Report
rendered in person by that efficient and
worthy officer, to the Finance Department.
The sum collected during the period, over
which these reports extend, is nearly four
million of dollars, at a cost to the Govern
ment of less than 4 per cent., which not
only includes that of collecting revenue,
but the expenditure necessary for guarding
the port, and for the storage and care of
bonded goods, including the Kerosene
Warehouse, etc. It may be of interest to
some to look back on the annual collection
during Col. Allen's incumbency.
1864 ,...$159,116.72 1873 fl98,GC5.7G
18C5 192.5o6.63 1874 183.8j7.C6
1866 215.047.08 1875 213,447.21
18C7 820,599.61 1876 199.030.40
18C8 210.076.3U 1877 230.498.71
1869 215.798.42 1878 2H4.426.42
1870 223,815 75 1879 359,671.05
1871 221,332.34 1880 402,181.63
These figures show that the business of
the Collector's office has increased with
large strides during the past few years.
We have referred to some of the more
important points embodied in these Statis
tics in our commercial article. There are
others which are of interest, as indicating
continued industrial and social changes
here, which will demand a future notice.
We spoke last week of excessive charges
on planters, produce. And whilst admitting
the fairness of a 2J per cent shipping com
mission charged by Honolulu agents, could
not see the justice of a 5 per cent guarantee
commission charged in San Francisco;
since the produce w,&s already sold by con
tract, and should not be liable in San Fran
cisco to any charges except freight and
cartage, and whatever might be incident to
A cotemporary explaining and justifying
the charges says among other things, that
agents of plantations, take from the pur
chasers a " return commission."
This was a disclosure of unexpected in
formation, and rather puzzled us;-,but
after enquiry, we learned that the "return
commission" meant : that an agent in
Honolulu would agree with a correspondent
in San Francisco, that In view of certain
considerations and accomodations, a com
mission, though not warranted by any con
ditions of sale, should be charged, and
divided between the agent and the corres
pondent. It is said that such an arrangement is
" illegal," and can only be done by consent
of the principal, or producer ; however, as
he cannot square up his accounts he must
But is it wise, leaving aside the justice of
the matter, to obtain by undue influence an
unfair consideration ?
Complaints are rife of the difficulty of
obtaining early and accurate information
as to the cases of small pox which are from
day to day discovered, and as to the charac
ter of the disease as manifested by patients.
The most absurd stories are daily circulated
and In consequence doubt has been thrown
on the accuracy of the information which
has been published, there being a disposi
tion to fancy that something is always being
kept back. It Is desirable that an official
bulletin should be Issued daily, and we on
our part, are prepared to publish each day
such news as is available from reliable
NOTES OF THE WEEK.
t7" Tbe grand drawing of prizes at Hart's Astor
Iloase on Hotel street, will take place this, Saturday,
Large Qcantitt of Opium. The Australia
had 12000 tins of opium on board, it was shipped
io tbe Colonies for Saa Francisco. They are
welcome to it !
ty Mr. and Mis. Wo. Horace Liogard. well
known star actors, passed through hereon their way
to San Franoisco per steamer Australia, hating juat
finished a very succetsful engagement in the
E7" Mr. L. A sea is reported in last week's issue
as having said, " that people do not die of small pox
in China, when they have Chinese physicians,"
which Mr. A sea did not say ; as oar common
mortality attends this epidemie in China, as well as
elsewhere ; doctor, or no doctor.
2f" Mr. Oderkirk was unsuccessful io bis
endeavor to get away on the II. W. Almy, owing
to ber having sprung a leak, which necessitated
her return to port. His many friends may be
glad to hear that he was more successful with
the Australia, he having, it is reported, got off
in ber, in dioguiee.
7 Some of oar supplies we may purchase to
belter advantage in the British Colonies than in
any other market ; and we therefore call attention
to tbe advertisement of F. Lassetter & Co. cf
Sydney, the largest establishment of its kind in the
Colonies Their large operations and advantage of
low freights from Europe enable them to lay down
some of their stock at very low rates.
Opicm SEizrR-r- A Chinaman while coming
out of the Mail Dock on Tuesday afternoon, was
searched by tbe vigilant Custom House Officers,
and three tins of opium found on his possession.
lie had procured it, no doubt, from his Celestial
brethren on the Australia. Chinaman and
opium found a resting place at the Station
Stole Boxds. Mr. E. Jones has published in
oar advertising colamns the numbers and amount of
Bonds stolen from the safe in his premises at Lahaina
during his absence at Moiokai at the beginning of
this month. They are all Hawaiian Government
Bonds, tbe total amount being $2,200. They are
not likely to be found of much value by the thief who
ever he may be, as any one, before negotiating them,
would want to know more about the vendor than he
would feel it convenient to tell.
f3T The steamer " Septima" brings 540 Chinese
laborers. She made a fine passage of 23 days from
Canton, arriving here on Sunday. She will return
to China, leaving here aboui len ays nence. ui
course she and her living freight are In quarantine
and of course her officers repot t that there baa been
no sickness on board during the voyage, except
case of fever, of whioh tbe patisnt died on the second
diy cf tLe vovtge.
! ry Our Supplement to-day contains Editorial
Articles, Correspondence, etc.
GiF The ordinary monthly meeting of the
Guild of St, Andrew was held on Thurrday even
ing at the schoolroom in the Cathedral Clow.
Alter the usual devotional exercises the Warden
read a passage by Montalembert on some features
of monasticiem in the early Irish Church.
Mcsic. The JJand will play in Euama Square
this afternoon, commencing at lour o'clock. Fol
lowing is the programme :
Overture Master and Mistress..(new) '..Suppe
Quartette The Little Drnmmer..(new) Kappey
Waltz Most Beautiful(new) Waldteufel .
Selection Martha Flotow
Polka The Country Fellow..(new) Faust
Galop Polo..(new) Martin
G7 Mr. . Forgie the general agent of the Pacific
Mutual Life Insurance Company of California, is at
present in Honolulu, endeavoring to spread tbe
benefits of Mutual Life Assurance among the com
munity. As soon as the embargo on passenger
traffic to the other islands is taken off, be intends to
make a tour among them, stopping for a short time
at each of the important centers of population.
13" Prevention is better than cure, and ns
the doctors all agree physic is of little or no
avail in case of small-pox or ' other epidemic
fever ; but good fare and care are the saving in
fluences. And as these remedies are beet applied
as preventatives, especially the feed, there
fore, feed well on a good generous diet of fresh
meats, good vegetables and groceries, prepared
in appetizing dishes; and a tij; for tho doctors.
E2r" There is some apprehension now felt for
the safety of tbe Pomare. Our foreign advices
inform us that "scarcely any part of the Solomon
Islands is now safe for vessels to visit." And
as Captain Tripp was instructed to proceed with
the Pomare to these islands, he may have got into
trouble with the marauding savages of the Pa
puan Groups. However, as our immigrant ves
sels overrun their time, we will hope to see the
genial Captain and his craft back here in port
f3T The formation of Fort Street being com
pleted, Nuuanu Street is now receiving a sub
stantial cost of metal. The work has been
commenced at the lower end of the street and
has progressed as fiur as King Street. No street
in town has been more in need of repair than
Nuuanu Street for a long time past and those
who have drive through it, daily are to be con
gratulated that something is at last being done
tST The Minister of the Interior has made
arrangements to dispatch the steamer Lehua as
soon as possible after the arrival of the mail boat
from California, to make a round trip of the
ports to windward, carrying mails and cargo, but
no passengers. This arrangement will be a great
boon to the public on Hawaii, who are deprived
of their usual means of communication by the
laying off of tne Likelike.
G?" The monthly meeting of the Young Men's
Christian Association was held on Thursday even
ing at the Lyceum. The propriety of appointing
Committees to visit the crews of vessels in port
and the lodging houses in town was considered,
and there was a conversational discussion on
some points of the many-Bided ' Chinese ques
tion." The condition of the streets and the un
settled state of the weather prevented several
regular attendants from being present.
The agents of ' the steamer Septima, are
having built at the Quarantine Grounds, on the
reef, a large shed, 150 feet long, for the accom
modation of the passengers of said vessel.
The shed will be enclosed with a high board
fence ; area of enclosure will be one acre, and
will be finished about Tuesday next. The 570
Chinese passengers, will then be landed and
quarantined on the coral, after which the vessel
will be cleaned and fumigated.
fy The bark Rem i jo has had rather hard luck.
She left the Sound for Sydney, but was compelled
to put into San Francisco on account of leaking.
Considerable repairs were made, including
the insertion of new timbers and coppering
and she again started on her voyage. A suc
cession of heavy gales were encountered when 12
da j s out, and the vessel strained so much as to
cause fresh leaks and hence her arrival in this
port. Alter obtaining provisions, water and a
little coal, fehe will proceed to sea.
On Tuesday evening, tbe planets Venus and
Jupiter.both of which are now ' evening stars," will
be in conjunction. The conjunction will not te very
close as Venus will be three degrees north of Jupiter.
There will be three conjunctions ol these planets
during 1881, the others being May llih. and June
19th. Jupiter is now rapidly approaching the Sun,
or to sreak more accurately, the Sun's apparent
position in the heavens, and, as he will be in conjunc-
tion With the sun on 22d April, will be lost to our
sight some days before that date, after which he will
reappear as a morning star.
Sf Only three cases have been received into
tbe Queen's Hospital during the past week. Two
of these are from Fannings Island, Ua and bis
wife Luika. The former was at the hospital in
April last when ho was treated for a scrofulous
swelling of the knee. He was at tho tiuio quite
cured, but recently the swelling has returned.
Ua is a Harotongan Eiki who has been now for
over ten years in the employ of Mr. Arundel at
Fanning' Island. He says that when the estab
lishment there is broken up in May next he in
tends to return to his own country. The other
case is a child of nine years of age, Kaluawahine
nui who is suffering from fever.
M. J. Rose has just completed a carriage that
reflects great credit on our island manufacturers.
We have examined in times past, Brewster's best
work on Broadway, made for the wealthy aristocracy
of New York city, and such a carriage, we feel
satisfied, in our judgment would compare favorably
with the best in those spacious sales rooms. The
design of this carriage is elegint, the material is of
the best quality, and the artistic finish is fine and
delicate ; and we speak of it in order to express our
surprise, that our people of means should send
abroad for vehicles, that are in no way superior to,
or not equal to our home manufacture, and are less
ecomonical ; and besides tbe buyers abroad are with
out the guarantee of perfect work, which is assured
by a r 'sponsible home manufacturer. We take
pleasure in calling attention to Mr. Rose's fine work,
in which be is assisted by Mr. Harrison, a very
superior carriage finisher.
Arrival of tub Mail Steamer. P- M. S. S.
Australia. Capt. Cargill. Lv-ft Sydney at 4:15 p.m .,
on Jan27tb, arrived at Auckland 5:30 p. m., on
Feb. 1st ; left next day at 1 a. m , and took pilot off
Oahu at 5:80 p. M , Mond iy Feb. 14th.
She brings as passengers for this port, Mrs.
Pfluger child and servant. Miss Purvis, Ed. Woods
and II. Woods. The day before the Australia left
Sydney was the anniversary of the foundation of I he-
Colony of New South Wales, and the steamer was
placed at the service of the Committee of the Anni
versary Regatta as fl igship for tbe occasion. After
the Regatta, Capt. Cargill received a pleasing token
of tbe esteem be is held in by yatching and boating
o ; S.nw ; m.fnrmof an enernan.l . !
of handsome side dishes iu cut glass and silver.
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Thefts On Saturday afternoon last a native en
tered a cottage near the south-west corner of Bere
tania and Punchbowl streets, and after pocketing a
gold watch and chain and some money belcnging to
one of the gentlemen who reside there, proceeded to
try tbe locks of the other lodger's boxes with keys
which he had brought with bim for the purpose.
The owner of the watch appeared on the scene at
this juncture, and the thief bolted through the back
yard and over the wall of the barracks, carrying his
plunder with him, and getting clear-way but leav
ing behind bis bunch of keys. On Sunday a rob
bery was committed on the piemises of a Chinese
store-keeper near the corner of Merchant and
Richard streets ; $6.50 in cash and a quantity of
clothes being taken. The owner was only absent
about two hours and left doors and windows fast
when be went out The entrance appears to have
been made by bursting open the back door, which,
as well as the front door, was left wide open. A
native boy and a half-white boy were seen by
neighbours to enter tbe back premises. When asked
what they were about they said they were going to
get some clothes from the occupant of the bona.
February 12th. General Cti:t. E. Furlong, N.-w
York ; 14th 1. Toonev. Knaleaea ; II. Uanner
maii, England ; C. W. Craiir. Auckland ; Charles
Oveiton ; C. W. Bryden, Edinburgh; J. Baker.
"Auckland, N. Z. : S. S. Sbeard, Falmcrston, South
N. Z. ; Edward Wood, Bolton. England ; Henry
Wood. Bolton, England ; K. W. Whitehead, Bury,
j- On tho-evening of lGth inst, a man named
Louis Young was arrested for drunkeness and
locked up in the 6tation bouse where he slept all
night. He complained next morning of a pain in
bis breast. Mr- Sam. McKeague who was in
charge of the station, immediately sent for Dr.
Hutchinson, who arrived at the conclusion that
the man would be all right when the effects
of the whiekey he had been drinking should pass
off. The man complained of great thirst and
when the Doctor again visited him at 11:30 a.m.,
he ordered a dose of castor oil to be given him.
At 4:30 wl.en Dr. Hutchinson again visited him
he found the thirst still continued and on the man
asking for a cup of tea, it was ordered for him.
As the boy who took the tea to him was holding
him up to allow him to drink, Young suddenly
stretched out and died immediately. A post mor
tem examination was made yesterday by Dre.
McKibbin and Emerson, who report as follows :
Externally a large contusion was found on the
right side over the 7th and 8th ribs, on opening
the chest, the right pleura was found to be filled
with blood and the 7th rib was found to be
fractured about its middle, causing rupture of
the intercostal artery which produced the iatal
The Wells troupe, or California Company"
of actors have closed their performances at tbe Music
Hall. They deserve high commendation as public
entertainers. They have associated our beautiful
new Musio Hall with some fine impersonations in the
dramatic art. They were, each and every one, pains
taking and stndious artists; and observed a propriety
and good taste, in every representation, which satis
fied Honolulu society, and that is saying a rood deal.
And when we say, that many representatives from
our old missionary families attended tbe performances,
we are giving an assurance, that this company won
a popularity here, not only as instructive and enter
taining artists ; but also as estimable ladies and
gentleman. We would like to particularize the
merits of each member of this company, had we space
and opportunity. We cannot do so; but we gladly
say in tbe way of brief mention, that Mr. Wells is an
actor of much force, aod fine style, and great versa
tility ; as shown in tbe Marble Heart and the Two
Orphans. Mrs. Wells, or Miss Long is sprightly,
easy and attractive in all her performances. Her
orphan in the " Two Orphans" was a chef d'ouvre.
And Miss May Wilkes was admirable, as the other
orphan ;and her representation of Pocahontas, and
the l'rincess Bauroulbadour always delignteJ ber
audience. As the - Two Orphans" occupies a promi
nent place in our memory of dramatic representa
tions at Musio Hall, we must now mention Miss
Alleu, who disclosed remarkable artistic ability in
her impersonation of La Mere Frochard. Mr. Wilson
is a careful student of his part, and satisfies his
audience with his faithful impersonations The
broad and hearty humor of Mr Crosbiehas establish
ed him as an especial favorite with our theater goeis.
Mr. Francoeur is an artist who leaves marked im
pressions. His clevare,'" and yaas, yaa," with
his Dundreary style aud tone in the Marble Heart,
will be catch words among oor people for a long time
to come. Miss Fleming, Mrs. Closson and Mr.
Gregory came later under our observation, and in
their performances left the impression of studious,
painstaking artiste. We may sum up, by repeating
what we have often said before, that every member
of this dramatic troupe performs his or her part well.
They have satisfied the Honolulu public, and were
growing in favor at every representation; and would
we feel assured receive some bumpers of benefits,
could their engagements warrant their stay; oi until
a return of more healthful times would permit the
unrestricted assemblage of our people. They were
obliged to close their performances at tbe Musio Hall
by order of the Minister of the Interior on acconnt of
the small pox epidemic.
In consequence of the prevailing sickness in Town, no en
tertainments of any kind will be permitted in the New Music
Hall. Therefore, theUrand Presentation Concert advertised to
beheld on Friday, Feb. 25ih, is unavoidably postponed until
Fbidav, March 25th, 1881. PICKERING Sc CO.
It febl9 Corner Fort and King streets.
A Chapter on Life Insurance A
Probably nothing shows the progress of the world in social
science during the last cenrury more conclusively than does
the full development of the principle and practice of life insur-
I ance. Before the regular mortality at different ages had been
accurately ascertained, and in connection with interest tables,
made life insurance almost one of the exact sciences, the crude
attempts in that direction were speculative gambles, or what
was hardly better, a contribution-box sehemewbere the most
generous and benevolent were the losers and the sordid and
selfish the gainers; those who paid longest beiug those who
suffe.ed at the Inevitable collatse. It is impossible to over
estimate the good done by iife insurance during the last cen
tury. The hundreds upon hundreds of millions disbursed
have suved countless families from separation widows from
starvatiou and orphans from lives of destitution and crime,
and been a lasting honor to the dead, who showed their care
for their loved ones by the frugality and self-denial that left
its rich legacy. OI them it can be said, " Their works live
. Prominent among the institutions of Sacramento, and one
that has a most excellent reputation for responsibility and con
servative management, not only at home, but in all the Pacific
States and Territories, is " The Pacific Mutual Lire Insurance
Company of California." It was organized in HOT. At that
time tbe Pacific Coast was flooded with life insurance agen
c es, representing almost every company in America, most ef
them strong and trustworthy, but some of them speculative
aud ephemeral, as proved by subsequent events, for many
years California has been shunned bv life companies. It was
thought in early days that the peculiar conditions of life op
this coast were untavorable to longevity; that privations and
exposure, the fever of speculation, the fluctuation of fortuoe,
the absense of homes, the scarcity ef the elevating element of
women, all combined to make the tenure of life more precari
ous than elsewhere in America. It.is only about fifteen yers
since tne managers oi eastern companies realized that circum
stances had changed, and that California was the natural
home of wealth and a most inviting field for life insurance, but
wnen tney did, tbey came as a tidal wave. It was the golden
age for solicitors, for to ask a man to insure was to receive his
application. It is estimated fur several years the sum of i
not quite two millions of dollars was annually withdrawn
mrougn agencies irom tins coast, to be invested and controlled
in the Eastern States. It was at this time that some of the
business men of Sacramento saw that this drain from the State
should and could be prevented; that in this State, where epid
emics are unknown and where capital could be invested as
safely and more profitably than in any other State in the L"n
ion, was an opening lor a sound, conservative, prudently man
aged life insurance assoeiati n.
With them to think was to act, and the Pacific Mutual en
tered upoo us ca eer or usefulness.
Prominent among its founders were the enericetic and far-
seeing men who inaugurated, and, in suite of indifference and
opposition' successfully completed the transcontinental rail
way. Tbe Pacific Mutual bas gone quietly on its wav. attack.
ing no other companiues and indifferent to assaults, keeping
u uiMigaiiuus ,uu paying us lusgca. 11 uas paia nearly one
million oi dollars in death losses, and another million to Dolicv
hniders in endowments, dividends, etc.. in manv instances
these payments representing individual accumulations that
otherwise would never have existed. We venture to say that
a mc uoi uisuuii iuiure, me racmc Mutual will be as inti-
malelf associated with the city of hacramonto as are the Fire
and Life Insurance Companies of Connecticut with the pleasant
city of Hartford, and we can assure our readers that the com
pany is controlled by the most reliable business men of the
Mate, and tbe affairs conducted with economy abiliy and in
tegrity. Sacramento Bee.
Orrics of Insubance Co.mmihsiobeb, )
isit raaacisco, Dec. 10. 1880. )
IV m Q. Gould, Secretary S. F, Drpmrtment Pacific
Mutual Life lunurance Company Dear Sim-. In answer
I" .r "T". . '? riucint Mr. ITurgie, Agent on
10 your tavor oi mis date, introducing
j fornia, who is about viaiting the Sandwich 'Islands in the in
i terest of the Company, asking the eondition of tbe Conpany, I
I have to say that at the last official Examination made by roe
l in March last, it was in a sound and solvent condition, with
I valid assets amountiag to $1,177,700 85, and a surplus as to
policy holders of $312,680 82.
i I will add that, beiog pleased with Its condition and busi
, ness management, I have taken out a policy of insurance on
i my own life in said Company. Yours very respectfully,
8. C. MAVNAKD,
I fe!9 tf Insurance Commissioner.
oenaii oi me racinc Mutual Life Insurance Comuauv-of i;ali-
FRESH CALIFORNIA FRUITS.
APPLES, POTATOES & ONIONS
BY EVERY STEAMER.
Corn. Beans and Wheat, Hams, Bacon and Shoulders,
Dried and Canned Fruits, Nuts and Kaisins,
Sugared figs, Barbary Dates.
In lots to suit the Trade & for Family use.
SJT All goods direct from Main Ilouse in San Francisco, so
call and examine and compare prices.
BY EVERY 8TKAMER.
Order received for Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Seeds, etc.
Grape Cutting, and Olive Tree from our own Orchards aad
Vineyard Main House, Sao Francisco, Cal.j Fruit Canning
Factory Packing Hons for dried and green fruits, San Jose,
CaL L. G. 8RESUVICH CO.,
;8 ly 20 CUeei. trett.
T X T 11 K s V t K EM E CO V KT O F
THE II A-
M. waiimi Kmedoni.
Kalakaua. bv the Grace of O d. of the
Hawaiian laiiinuH. tving:
To V illi.ui C. Parke, Esq., Marshal of tbe Kiogdom, or his
Deputy, greeting; You are hereby commanded to summon
lienry Giles, ilelendant, in case he shall file a written answer
within twenty days after service hereof, to be and appear
before the Supreme Court at the October Term thereof, to be
held at the Court Kooin 6f the Court Hou?e, Honolulu, in the
Island of 0hu, ou Monday, the 4;h day of October next, aj. 10
o'clock, A. M, to show CHuse why the claim of Emmeline A.
M. Giles, plaintiff, should not be awarded her, purmant to the
tenor of her annexed petition. And have you thru and there
this writ, with full return of your proceedings thereon.
Witness, Hon. CHARLES C. HARRIS, Chief Justice of Our
Supreme Court, at Honolulu, this 2d day of October-A. D.
(Signed) a. ROSA, Deputy Clerk.
No service made on ths within summons, the within men
tioned H. Giles having left this Kingdom on th 13th day of
August. 1879, oq th German bark Malvioa for Hongkong.
(Signed) W. C. PAKKK, Marshal.
Honolulu, Oahu, ss: I hereby certify that the within and
foregoing; is a true and faithful copy of the original summons
issued In the Libel for Divorce. Emmeline a. M. Giles vs '
Henry Giles, and also of the Marshal's return thereto; aod that
by reason of said Marshal's return tbe Court, si the January
Term thereof, A. D. 1891, did order the c Jte continued to the
next April Term, A. D. 1881, and that in the meantime an at
tested copy of said summons be printed as prescribed by the
Statute, requiring the said Respondent to answer at said
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand this 3d
day of February, A. D. 1881.
JNO. tS. BARNARD.
fe5 6t Clerk Supreme Court.
The undersigned, Proprietors of the CITY St GERMANIA
MARKETS, hereby give notice io their patrons and the pub
lic generally, ht owing to tbe increased prices demanded by
graziers for Beef Cattlo and Sheep, (as well as the f-tcl that
tbe former are smaller than in the past) they will be compelled
on and after FEBRUARY 1st, to raise the price of meat In
their respective Markets As fallows: All Beef and Muttuu
Cats, 12J cents per pound; Veal. 15 cents per pound.
O. J. HOLT,
ja29tf RAUPP & SCHRADaR.
Kegs of Boston Fork
IOK. SA LE BY
A. W. BUSH,
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST
the Estate of the late Frederick W. K. Beck ley, are
hereby notified to present the same within six months from
this date, duly authenticated, and with proper vouchers, or
the time will be forever barred; and all persons ini'ebted to
said Estate are requested to make prompt payment to
EMMA II. Bfc.CK.LEY.
Executrix, or to
J. M. DAVID3UN,
her Attorney, No. 27 Merchant Street. Honolulu.
Honolulu, February 19thf 1881. Iel9 2m
A FIXE LARGE COTTAGE. CONTAIN
ING Parlor and Three Bed Rooms, Dining Room, Large
Pantry and Kitchen; also, Carriage House and Stables. Situ
ated m Nuuanu Road, just above the First Bridge, near Mr.
Cuuha'a residence. Fur further information, enquire of
II ART BROS., at the Astor House, Hotel Bt.
Honolulu, February 16th, 1881. fel9 tf
IURXISIIEO SITTING. ROOM. TWO
7 Bed Booms and Cook Ilouse. Moderate terms to a per
manent party having good references,
of the P. C Advertiser.
Address A. Z., Utllce
Preparatory Day School, No. 122 Nuuanu
MISS CLINCH HAS CLOSED THE ABOVE
until the Public Day Schools re-open.
O" TERMS : Half a dollar weekly; Music Lessons, in
cluded. $1.60 weekly, or $6 per month, paid in advance.
Music Lessons, three lessons, (half hour) $1.
Offers of Needle Work or Copying would be very acceptable.
riMlE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO INFORM
m. the public that be has purchased from Wing Wo Co.
all their interest In and to the Coflee Khop and liread Making
Business carried on at No. 94 Nuuauu Street. Wing Wo & Co.
will settle al outstanding debts
I EE SANil.
Honolulu, February 18th. 1381. It
A LL ACCOUNTS DUE TO OUR FIRM
.arm. on the 31st day of Decemlier, 1880, aud which remai
unsettled on the 1st of March, 1881, will be placed In tbe
hands or a collector fur settlement.
WENNER & CO.
Honolulu, February 12th, 1881. fetftf
Cases of Boston Sausage Meat.
TOOK SALE BY
A. W. BUSH.
TS II ER KB Y GIVEN THAT THE BARK
M. VIOLA is not responsible for any debts that may bacon
tracteii ny the crew.
S. PRICE, Captain.
Honolulu, February 9th, 18S1. fel2Ut
c; LOST !
HOTEL STREET, BETWEEN FORT
and Richard streets, on Saturday, February 6lh, a
LADI ES' BROOCH,
formed of four Tiger Claws, set in Gtld. A liberal reward wil
be paid f.r return of same to WENNER & CO 'd Jewelry
Establishment on r ort Street. 119 2t
Notice of Dissolution of Co-Partnership
milKCO.IM RTNEItSHII HERETOFORE
JL existing between Joaquin Pereira it Henry Viera. under
the Erm name of 1'ereira Viera, is this day dissolved ny
mutual consent. All liabilities will be assumed and indebted
ness collected by Henry Viera.
Honolulu, January 1st. 1881. ja22 4t
Cases of New England Clam Chow&er.
IRECT FROM BOSTON. AND FOR
A. W. BUSH
W Kingdom. uy wile, Mrs. a. MAGMN.wlll act for me
under full power; and she I
lone is authorized to collect and
receipt for moneys due me.
Honolulu, Jan. 19lh, 1881
(ja22) 8. MAGNIN
A LL KINDS OF HIDES. WET AND DRV.
J-JL Also. Sheep aud Goat Skins, lor which the Highest Cash
Price will be paid.
P. O. BOX 4. HUGH MA CRAY.
iy3-6ni Proprietor Honolulu Tannery, Kohololoa.
HAWAIIAN TRANSLATIONS !
IS PR El A It ED TO
I Translate. With Accuracy aud
Dispatch, and on Rea-
DEEDS. LEASES, MORTGAGES, kc. dr..
frnm KnalUh to Hawaiian, and t ice vena. Residence, No,
7 Kmma Street. May be found at the Government Law Li
brary daily, from 9:30 to 12 o'clock.
Iel2 lm uoibiui.
TO THE PUBLIC !
.TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL
11 Mriom having personal business of any kind with rei
lnt4 of WAIMANALO. that fur the present tbey will b
restricted Io certain designated places of meeting established
nn the ro&d.
rrr No persons but those having EdPECIAL personal tiusi-
neaj will be allowed upon tne grounus oi me nianti.u
PLANTATION UNTIL tLKTIIKK IXUIIUB.
fel2 2t (Signed) J O H X C CM Ml XS.
Notice of Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
rsiHB CO-PA RTXERSIIIP HERETOFORE EX
I istim: between i. S. Walker, Z. 8. Spalding and Wm. .
Irwin, under the firm name of WM. (S. IRWIN tt Co., is this
day dissolved by mutual Consent. All liabilities will be as
sumed and Indebtedness collected by V.'m. G. Irwin, who
alone is authorized to sign tne nrm name in seuiemem ui us
affairs. J nnunt-a,
Z 8. SPALDING,
WM. O. IRWIN.
Honolulu, U. I., July lot, 1880
Cases of those Celebrated Boston Tomatoes
IACKED BY LEWIS
TINS. For Hale by
BROS., 2 1-2 lb
A. W. BUSH.
ALL ACCOUNTS DUE AND OWING TO
the PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER Office up
to and including the 30lh day of August, must be settled with
J. H. Black only. And all indebtedness up 10 the same data
will be settled by J. H. BLACK.
Honolulu, August 30( 1880 t tf
Cases of Boston Baked Beans,
IRECT FROM BOSTON.
A. W. BUSH.
fresh. For Sale by
rMIE FIRM OF ROSE it CO.. CARRY.
1 inc on business as Suear Planters at Waimanalo, Koo-
laupoko, Oahu, is composed of Myron J. Rose, Michael Lewis
aod Joseph 8. Ourney,
Myron J. Dose residing in Honolulu, and Michael Levis
and Jos. 8. Ourney residing at Waimanalo, Koolaupoko, Oahu,
Honolulu, Oahu, Feb. 2nd, 1881. fc St
Cases of Boston Potted Meats,
OR SALE BY
A. W. BUSH.
MR. W. L. GREEN AND MK. MAJ
FARLANK will act for me, and my nrm. under a joint
power of attorney, during my temporary absence from thl
Kingdom. , .,...
Honolulu, January 17th, 1881. JaM
Cases of those Celebrated Hackins' Tomato
and Mock Turtle Soups,
V7IOR SALE BY
fT A. V. LCSF.
To the.Gcncrnl Public.
THE PROPRIETORS OP
In Consideration of the Patron
age Bestowed on them
liy the Ursldfotsof these UUnls, Lave cooclidfdta
Show Their Appreciation
BV GIVING TIIKIR .
TO BK HELD IN THE .
MEW MUSIC HALL,
MARCH 25th, 1881.
TO BE GIVEN AWAY
AT ffiS.OO JLA.C1I
Each admission ticket will have a Coupon attached, lriif
a numher rn it.
So that thoso entitled to a Pres
ent will simply refer to the
Newspapers or Printed
Lists, after tho Commit
tee have awarded tho Presents.
All holders of tickets, unable to attend the Musical reslival,
will be as fully adv ised of the results of the awards as thouf b
hey were present on the occasion.
IU" Tickets should be secured at once a the sal of tbs
limited number will pas off rapidly.
PICKERING & CO.,
csiircA.rr ixl htoki:.
P. O. BOX 97, Honolulu.
Tickets can be boagbl at Mr. a. KoVil . fUor
and seats secured in - "ance of th Concert,
Due notice will be ' of the Attractions to lak pise in
connection with the -
PRESENTATION EXHIBITION I
Dress Circle especially Reserved for
Ladies and. Families.
It la the Manager1 winy ti render tlift
PRESENTATION CONCERT !
Beneficial Enjoyment in Every Way,
And a some of the Presents ar
Magnificent Adornments to the Home Circle
A well a all being Useful and Ornamental, It may
be readily perceived that as
Every Second Ticket Eeceives a Present.
That tbe Proprietor only desire sufflcirnt finances lodefiay
All parties desiring to see the Iteautilul litu ftmns anJ
Musical Boxes, Ac., can view tbe same now ou Exhibition al
KT Th following schedule comprise a partial list of tb
Present to be award '
2 MagaiUcenl IM . wlib 8l.,
(oblique, by Bord of Paris) just received by stmr.
Zealandia, value 700
2 Sustrrlar. Alexandre OrKaiss, received
per stmr Zealandia, value..... m j ofl
S Musical Ilexes, playing six tunes each, value $2M
25 Arcreas, ranging from f 10 to 20 each.
FOR FURTHER I' A KT ICl I, A R3 SEE
ENUMERATED CIRCULAR LISTS. .
WHIG AN BE HAD Br ADDRESSING
Order from the other Island for Ticket filled with
All order tot ticket, which ar placed at Two Dollar lack
must be accompanied by tbe CAbll, addressed to
PICKERING & CO.,
JP, O. VOX 87, HONOLI U',