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Eetailers are roruplaii.ic;; tl:t ml tl.e uttr.uk
ths small pox eril-raic tL- ir Ij-a.-iu !.- bun fMt!y
rstrt.te.l. It cpuM har.K;- 1- 'it -.t.-l that t'.n.
would L. otherw i -e, Ihc rity it- If l.it:,' irtnai'T " '"
qoara&tin." TLi t f tiiitur t t:i-ti.
business and th-re I Iitti ( :!.' in -i;rat t.. r'-l;a"i:-'-although
I'antatirvn tiM,l: , h:i;'. -Uir,' n.s:-nal-. nr. I a
few other Lines move i r tty fr ly. At t!.- I.-M ''
Mr E P Adams at the t..r r f SI. --r- l r- r .V ...
certain lines wfr i la .l at ati-f i- t. ry r.t. l-::t i-iai.y
ether were ihtoI In. TLt att- :i l it.' v '
.r.-1 tut tL-
bidding' was not spirit"!. The ! .-r
general assortment. In kr'-a-I. . -!
I v-r- L.'t a
a n -.n.'jt-r A
mlscellar.e:us itewVover l-V o f -i- -MrEartow's
tal eorri'Iir.ff the i
1 CL'lrr tL- La.n.r.
.fa'I t .ck a .h:-
& trxlr i
:! a- 1 a:;fact':r7 I i
ft1rtin i. t,-r Vv'ii lain". Lltiioril
monthly circular t hand jer '..ty ' f Sydn-y
s . i.trij-ij. I ti-txxt.t l"ih, 1-
Dua fn-.r 1st a.lvi- r .lat-I 1-tL r.it ir
Zelanlia ami r-iT.-t enr Ir.atalitv at tt.i t.in v.
report innch a tivit- in Tra V. r.avti.s Lrl U-.vy t;r.-.
antosiirhanext.r.t that mar.T i rtf t.--f tt- tr.
flooded. At l-a.-i "n raoutli t' w ti.r is !. i- I.
and we tro.t th ic-"i.t may cntini. 'I-.tal rati.tui t .
date. 2i In.
CCtuu :-T). .t-rnnrnl f-r a.l t:; t. !. I.s
Uotxl am. th- 1-t lir-i:r. uti. u ui.'i-;:il i
winter, tut lb' n t-rn.r w,a n t ; i !: i ' i -
it ril t. a i.' I ar- rl. r;i. .: If ly
I. . x.
Tha rrflnrrtr hv t 'iay f-1 '! th I r:- ' f
Bt I-r p'Uii'l t ri all kni'N. Y 11" "
in vw V.,rM. an.l Manila -atl r ' ! !
t. - i.tv. a Iv
i ai" '.t
fall ff n uLilliriif pr t.n. n.aWirz 1 a-i-i
of pr punil.
Kir : Th niarkrt it "vrr t... k. 1. t!i--
iki l, - I).. I..t t!ire ni. Tit!. f U-t
: t- Ic
bii lnr th. I-t.f Jannary.
ira mi.p. wltbont f.ii'liii - 11' r-,
:: r- I
a the iwft.
The tra. 1 i-ay ttatthr v.rl.ir.a tru.
scc.Kti.f miTi' t.n,'. win. t: t!-.yt
.. fhina llu. '':. l .
Mlu. tln;,' .1"' ta.' at I' r. .luty f i
! I;' t u arrn::t
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. i - r t 1 . v. .
-t , . I-
JIcLai a r Tli'f i a -niarkrt
w hlrh it i4 liftiniit t
:all I I ' f I '
i. 11. ti: tra l- t
r ' ,
W itiLl OIL : v"tatle : in l-'!;d and ;T f
Ar ti-. .
Tallow : H. nd. red b r. ai d . '.
Wool Nominal. n Joa'i'iiu a:. 1 ? nt-,. rii
r l"e Northern
FLorB : . (.. I'.aker J.xtra ? l.r.."-.. starr Mil
: !ll ! r ton.
t.,:irra wMrkrt ron tl tir.itr t ady. a
IV. I 1 1
l urm. : a
haa fceen rani for wmkKh dir.. t t" I.iv. r I
ar making a h'.w f fcoldwiir tark v. li at
nt.rhrr lirM rlti ill I t !-. t, ll. rt.-:;lt I
t J r v.-
At tfct writing we have ot.Iy n ra! fr -i.
and held at ilirr-. t j.ort.
if Kiv.t:-lin London. 0 djy. I ' u
York aiRlt Jer rent, i-reiuiuni.
Tha ErltiU tark Vi la
ill. 1 for I ..rtlaud. r.
the niornins of tlie Jd.
Captala C'ro'V. t th A. I". Jordan, v t t . a 1 ri.M
nd early on the tnormni.' f the -j-jd. I avln' t. liind a
nnmberof uni I-a.-aut lavr mt- f r reclamation u lain
The briK C'on.uel. t"Wd ! " at t - n f tl.e ''th
Inat.. and bore uj. th hann 1 wttli a troui: e- utri-we.-t-erly
wind; )ro"iect4 are favuratle for i ai tain li war I
roakinn rei '.rd tin trip.
Ijutt- a fleet of a-trri b f t thi.4 I'ort r.n ti.e aftrn:i
ot the 2-d, and the view a they j a.-ed out throu.'li the
channel and haulea to windward. i fjiut.: mt rt tii:.
At une time, between 4. !) and p in. tin re wire t n
White winded iiieenHT " in Mht.
The bark Uermine u hauled aloiii-ide ta- I'. flan ni.
CQ the 21 t int , after the fartain. rew. and Mill- had
been thoroughly fnnUi'ated. fa tain Meyer has not X X
over hi aurJ m atinir " yet.
The briit Hazard was loading at I j arture Hay ci Feb
The bark Enreka w.i.- t- ioad with - al a I:, r rt turn
cargo to tUi port.
The aehix.ner Ida SIrKay brought a w iieral ii.r.
ned at fl'J.iO-l: and the bktii.- Jane A. I 'alkmbitr.
cargo. Tallied at i-l.ii--'.'.
The rarno at pre nt on Niird the tark !: uiijio. an I
cruIti.ig f feet i,f Imiiti r. j valued al t'.M.i.
One report from ian Frati i. o tate;4 that the n l,. ii
er W. U Meyer Is to load with a general car.;" for Tahiti.
The brt IlenjTian wa to I. ave mm Franris. o k"tth a
general car no fur thi irt. on the 17th m-t.
ColleetoT ietieral W. F. Allen' i:epirt for the year
lnr ahow that there ha.i b eu a ctiht increase of t
ni;e of Hawaiian re'itered eel ; the recent total
tonnage bnn;( ln.l l tn aailiit liijiji'. WJj in
1TV. The clae of veel which r present the t. linage
ahoTe mentioned are : 7 b.irkt. 2 l.rix-.. 2 tri'antiu. h
atearuer. 4' hx.n rs and I nloop. f tii. r ve--el.. 7
bark, 'i brtif. 2 briaantines and 2 schooner, are i n'ao
in fore'.KU trade; nd ut. itner, : e. hoon. r and 4
a loop, id coatin'.
Eitthtf-tlve Teel.. each ef nh.nr car.: are invoiced
over Jlt.mio, imir.l at thi port during the j ear 1--J.
The total number of TeMwel arriving at tin port diir
lnt( the pa.t year, not lnclu liii.: National V i 2m'.;
repreieiitiii I:i4.'d'' toti. and by v, hi. h we l:u'.Tt..l
R.x)iU t the value of i.M'o.J.2 .41. The d l srtiir. were
2I6 In Dumber: total tonuvje, 137 .'. ; valuation ot e.ort
by ame, I.Ki7.l'J4.:ii.
Captain Hubtiard. of the I.ktne Jan.- A. I'alkinbiir.
w a eompelld to r. main behind t!ii trip, on account of
the llllie of hi Wliu. L'aptllll And. r- 11 lake-colnliiulld
uf tbe vex. I pro tetu.
The .1.1 of the I'.fh in-t. a; : " fapfaiu ll:;n-t is. ef
tbenewbktneWrii.il. I'lnion.l. r tired from the c. in
man. I of that Ve- I on Snnd.ny la-t. al t. r .-he l ad '! arc.l
for H'-n-Jillu. faptain Iloii.llett nn liniui diet, ly I l:iod
In command, and hi well-known ability a a dit).-i. a-t r
la a aiirllcient utiaranter that he will il. ju-ti-e t the
Veeael and make i:.l tune in h r."
The T. M. . H. f ity t.f Sydney arrivcl m p..rt on th..
morning vt the and tnt., and alter landing la.-i i:. r
and rar'n for here, nailed ai.ain at I li p m. name lat-,
for Aiintralia. f aptain l' art rn debarr. I all int. rc .ur-e
Wtth the veMrl w hile in ...rt. on account of the i. Lu
al preeut prevatlini;. .rnitl fupt.-iiii ! An ouiic.. f
prevention is Worth pound of nre.
A letter frm f apt iln Schri . k. of the l.-t bark . V.
liaendet. and date.t from Tort rntilcy. Falkland 1-1 n.l.
Noveuiter 24th, l. fay that - I eupfie you have
beard by tin time of the had new that th llai tc'.el :h
loat, and I an aorry to lie compelled toc. nr.rm it. I tr
rived here, d'ort Mauley.) on the I'.tli f November, u .th
th ahip on fire, and In pite ef alt i i rti. n. i n. lu.li n
aaalatane- from shore, the ve I l, came a t f il 1- the
aiame day. and very little of the car. j-aved. 1 a -n'. r
Jul rrew were landed in naft ty and all will; ti.r .;-. u
WT will pr.M-eed from here to alp traio and tin m e t
The White Star eteamer . Itic ha-a. n i 1 -1. .1 the
moat remarkable ocean vojai'e evr mail'-. Mr 1. it Ni w
York Iitirtuber 21 for I.lvr.o!. w h. re .-he arrived Jan
uary 2. discharged her cr'o. took in a f ti 1 1 cariro an I
failed on the tth. Mopped al oiin n:. n and b it thnt
port on the Jth at 4 . r. w. She arriv. .1 In New York at
M o'cI.m It on the llth nit., thti luakini; the roun.l voyage
to tweuty-oa. tlay.
Mr. E. P. I'latt. Ilirer or the M, an.-hip f ity of Ne.
York, ha Hon i.at for a holiday, and his pin i eup
plied by Mr. il. . patton. who ha- hitherto l.. n ruri
nlng on the I ritih Coltiuibta end f him l"at.
Oitl' OT TIOTTolsUIsU, II. I.
. ....... i ,
3f 1 wjr kvaioie.. lo.i.. t
21 fehr Laka. from Kohl
21 chr Marion from Kukuihae!
21 :hr Maioio from lido
22 tchr Mjinokacuu from li.inamiu'u
22 Scmr l..ko!ii. from KiUu
'1 v'hr W aimala. from Uapu J
24-8. hr Kanheohelo
X" ehr Waimala, from llai ua
2.' Schr Mana. from Hawaii
V Stmr 1- K F.ishf p. from Kanai
2fe Stmr Kilanea Hon. from KaluiUii
Lucas, Wer.t..rth. layj from I'ort
Teb. 20 Bn'it T.
20 Schr Ida 5lcKay, John n,
23 f. M. S. City ol Sydney
17J diy ff.im San Frn-IVarh-m.
'J i!ay fr.im
23 Bktne J. A. la.kinburj. IS! davs fr.ui .in I'rnn.
24 Bark Jenny I'm. Sievrrl, io i iy mi V .rt To r
Fe'a 19 Schr Prince, for Kaulaptpa.
21 sttinr C R Bhop, tor Kauai
21 Clmr Jamea )Ukre. for Kaavi
21 Sehr tti Merrill, for Lahain, ?
22 Btmr KiUutt IIa. Maui
22 och Waioli it Fuubaa
22 chr Jenny for awiii m .U
22 Schr Manuokawai. ar II tnam.u!
22 Stmr W'aimanalo, ior Waimanalu
22 Mchr Cihsna I. r OokaU
22 Schr Josephine fur fcwa
22 ('tir Catarina A. knog
32 fchr John Young
22 Schr Kate
2J chr l.uka. for Kohala
23 Schr llaanaai r Kon
23 Mmr Lehua circa t cl Hawaii
jA (k ur Haieakala. for Hil
24 Stair Mokotii. lor KooUap.ko
2.1 Sliop Sarah, for F.wa
23 Schr Waimala. for Haptiti
. 20 Btne Consoelo. ilosard. San f r incisco.
22 Bk Viola, Price. Portland, Og n.
22 .he . p. Jordan. CraiK, Sao rrancisco.
24 Ha. Hermtne. Sleyer. Chinese Port
24 Bk Kainier, Wolff. Port Tcwuset.l
Jan. 23 Bk Mohican. San Francisco.
19 P. M. . ti. City of y,loy. sn Franc Ac., 9 days.
30 Bktne Eureka, San t ranrtsco, lsj days.
Feb. 3k l. C. Murray. ran Francisco. CO .lav.
3 Bk Lady Lampeoa, San Franc .sco, 22 i .
3 Brig John D. Spreckela, San Franco. U days.
7 chr W. II. Meyer. San Francisco. 141 d.j.
10- -Bk Bikhs Vuta, Port Gaml.ie.
VKSSEIJ9 IS POUT.
Brig Nicola lis. Thomaa
8ca Sarah Ann. Johnson
Brit T. W. Lucas, Went worth
Bark Jenny Fitts, Bievert
Bk Kemljo, Howard
Strar beptima Peterson
Bkta Ja A Jalkiaburif. Anderson
For Can Fraaciaco, per Consnelo, Feb l'J A M Furness,
F Miller. O Parker, U Bigby, 11 O Pierce.
Trom Whamp ia, per Ilerraine, Feb 21 21tl men, 6 wo
From San Francisco, per Ida McKay. Feb 'it C Oaaad
ar. i -LiM: E I.yran ami wife, P Francen. Frank
i i m ill 1. Mr TL.ini!un and tbild.
f r :;cklaii I and Svlm v, j. r fity of Sydney, Feb 23
J : !.. i. ' M'.:.k:ou-, J li Vrnon. C ' Cbalinera,
.n 1 1 1 : ):.: r.
I r -ii "'in I'r;ir:ri - j- r Citv of Sydney. F-l. 23.
S M ....-ihi.l .:i. yiit t.vfrett, Mr and Mrs Wixnlwell
i 2 !.; :rn. I.ovi land. Mi- C'ornwtll. F M
i'i y. ' Si iit'.. A H.-rbrt. Ii M -ston and wife, M
i.'ari. l n. Mi-- I. Muall. I A MrKinley and wife. Miss
t. it. r r.-. i- ftrr.il. Vall-r, li Hustd. Mr and Mrs
:.irt;. tt. W Ma.-farlaue. C F Fatt-ron, O II Kelley. M
J r.. V V Vili.nr, A Mtii-'r. X Mahon, V JlrKtnxie,
Vr- i I'. rl. K I. n v. John o'Neil. i W Itiley, V E
rt':i:r. I l:ra i'.' y. f K Han.-. n. I; KaLgby. O Hanson, C
K V .n-:. n. and 17 tl!i-K-.
1 r .m (-an I ran' i o, Ver J A TalkinburB. Feb 24 Mra
I. M Ki v. UauiLt. r and a.n. Wtu Turner and wife, Capt
J .Lti Ilirl .w and .lauirhtf r, C Iafelde ker, O E Wilholt,
Mrs Vaughn and hild. W Miller. Geo Doriot, C W Joy,
i rd Eirr,er,G II Frencb. Ltvi Jones, F Fiynn.H Nntter,
Jvhn M -Lean. Geo L'arir.itt.
V'eaaeU far flaaelnla from FarrifB Prl.
Am bk .Martha I:i leor.t. Wi-kber. Port Townsend
Am tktr.e W 11 Vxutou I. Hunen, San Francisco, due
Am bktLe Kate Flu kinder. YoubK. Port Gamble
Am bktne Kate end len. Hate. Newcastle, N 8 W
Am Ivtne Haard. Miller, Lieparture Bay, for Kabalul
Am tk Fdward Mir. Johnson. Eoton
Am bk f henhire. I'.at.:held.-r, Sfew Y'ork
Am bk H:;?Lt!yer. Schumann, Liverpool, via St Michael
Am b7tne M .rnini? Star. Bray, South Sea. Island"
Am !":t:r lt.tia. Fort Oainbie
Am b.ri llarv-st II ..roe. Mataon, Departure Bay, dae
Am ?tr h f'oo, Caamnvham, fan Francisco.
ier I k Atlanta. Mohruianii. Bremen, due
er ftrur I.ydie. Schmoll. f anton, due
nr t k -M i. a. fr'.m Iirarnmen
.er k Meta. from Drarntuen, f t Hilo
".er bk f.'euer, I;ohlf. fcriiiiin
Haw bk Kale. Ahibron. triiim
Haw b'.'tne I'omare. Tripp, South Sea IilanJ
Haw 1 i IMwail. Whitney. South Sea I-land
Am :r lfe-p nan. Winliiiif. San Francico
Aim tark It f Murray. I:aven., San Francisto
I: M S S An-trioia. ' hev:ili. r, Australia
Am t.ti..- Lureka. 'ordl ri. Departure I'.ay
i'.r bk I.ady l.ampiii. Mar-ton. San Francisco
Am e.d.r V'H Meyer. Jordan. Sau Francisco
Ai.i r. .t fon eer. , l'ort Oamble
It'Trt ol c;-r. hark Ilerniine, Captain Myer. Sailed from
Whaicpoa Drcemb-r 22.1; had North-east monsoon to Jan
uiry l'j.h. I o latitude 3 J North, 130 3 East, got wind from
the N'orth-wat and Westward which we kept to lt 30 3 N,
100 W. January 2.h, experienced atrong cyclone, coro
mi r.r.n: wuh Wind frcm tho Sjuth, barometer 2S.(K, and
er.iJit g i:..J in the .Nrth-weit, riling barometer; veasel waa
l.ov--t.o iijnnt the s'.orm and we received no damage. Ar
rived in the hirlwr of Honolulu on the 5t h of lebraary and
waa placed in jurantine until the 19.h of the same month,
ili-Q pa--ut;rr were landrd and vessel fjrni gated No
sickne-s on Uard while in p. rt.
Kepcrt of ?c!.o,n'.r Ida McKay, Captain J. Johnson.
.u led from San Fratcl3o I'th. 4th, wind light from the 8.
i:h very heavy aea, and which continued to the "th.
that date to the 12ih had light S. W. wioda. then light
easterly the halanre of the voyage, arriving in Honolulu har
bor tm the 22 1 in-l., 1 . days passage. Un eb. 2Uth, in lit.
21- li' .N. I'.n.'. lil W , at r.n, sighted a barque ateer
ir.; to the Northward; cooid not make her out on account of
the darkn. ss.
it-p' rt uf Bark Krmijio, Captia Howard. Lef; Burrard'a
Iale:. Nov. 21; wind liht. N. E.; Nov. 29th, ott" the Colum
bia Kivcr. took heavy gal- of wind from W. S. W., heavy
Lr -aLirc tv.-r vexel and t rained vessel so that leaks
were starte.; hid continuous heavy weather to Dec. 4. UfT
Sn Iraiic i.o crew refused to go further and vessel was
ohi pe 1 to ut in ll.t port f r repairs. Left San Francisco en
Janu try 20, repair having been mad e to ves el amounting to
over J:; OjO. Had fine weather to the 26th, then encountered
a s jccc-Minn I hvavy S. and S. S. W. gales, with very heavy
a cau.-iiiu vr--l to spring fresh leaks; donkey pump
g .i.i; s x and tii-ht hours per day, to free vessel from water,
iiai continued heavy weather to Feb. 8, and finding that
wil. coal and water were running short, and having bead
wmJ. unable to make to the South'ard. kept vessel away for
Honolulu; arrived in port in distress on the 13th Feb. llav
inj obtained aopp liea, cleared kgin for Sydney on Keb. 21st.
1 iWt came on board on Feb 22, w hen crew refaeed to heave
op anchor or go to sea in the vessel on account of continued
II. port of bark Jenny Pitt. Captain feivert Left Por
Tov. ntnd January 21i-t, wind ;light,) SW, weather pleas
ant; passed Cape Flattery January 2:W, moderate "E
wind, Miiootii ea. January 2oth, wind NW.with heavy
eea and rain, hiiow and hail squalls. From thence to the
"dh. had plea-ant weather; passed latitude of San Fran-ci-,
o in h.uintu le M2 - V. January lil xt, bad a heavy
Kale from the SE. which increased on the 1st of Febru
ary, compelling all nail but main lower-topsail and fore
topma.st-tayiil to be taken in; mountainou sea on,
breaking all over vessel; men continually kept at the
pump to keep vessel free. At 5 a m. this date, in latitude
N. loiit-itu.l.. ti-l 3 V, shipped a heavy aea which stove
in bulwark the entire length of Mrt side; filled forward
hoiis s and cabin with water; Marted the deck load and
shift. d the hot! car-o. Tried pumps and found five feet
water, ves-i I strained badly and leaking; all hands at the
pump for twenty-six hour. Jettisoned about 15.1M) feet
of it.-ck bad to i.ate ehip. Hale continued to February
4th; from thence to js.rt had fine weather and liiiht winds
from i.sK to s, pump still goiuj. Arrived in port Feb
ruary 21th, :tl day passage.
I Al rilliia.
From San Francisco, per Ida McKay, Feb 22 2 pkifs
lawn Mower. 2 lainji frame ami Rial?, C O Berger;
.V trls teef and pork. :i2 pk paint and oil. ISollea
f"; to p;. whiskey. 4 pk's vrM-eries, 1 pkge labels. 4:1
sks feed, j.l tales bay. I'.row n Ar Co; 1 cue dental tfooils. J
M l.itney; I cse rubber od. 23 pk boots, truuks, Ac,
.; i'iry fisnl. M Milm rny; 22-1 eks otatoes, 27 brls sal.
moii. "res.vich A: Co; 2 pks dry good. E Hoflschlaeger
A: f c ; . brl feltins cement. 400 sks barley. 1 cse bose. T
II lavi; 2ol sk and 1W bxs potatoe, W G Irwin ti Co;
1ji bran, 2." f-k oat., .') sks (irontid barley, loo bales
hav. 1 bolt duck canvas, 3 pks hardware, C brls coal tar,
A W Pierce ; 12 pk paint. 2 pks paper. 1 bx type,
lb", tar lead. 21 pkt,' hardware, 2d pkys groceries, 12
l ab s hay. I pk- . E Hall i Son ; 3 cs chairs, 1 bale
f.-ath. r. I" 1'. illiani: 41S ska f.fd. 20 sks potatoes,
I asne Ac t o; l;.l c canned gxds, 4 brls vinegar, H May;
1 . pa r. 1 brl ink, F A Schaefer 4: Co; 2 cs cigars, &
lirknn butt'-r. lo cs chairs, 47 c dry goods, il Phillips
f ; t; pktf paint and oil, Allen Ac Kobiusoii; a4 pkgs
paint and oils, I'llh tiK'ham k Co; ft chest tea. 4'J pkgs
cracker", lid f.ki' gnn-erles. A W liiish;i pkgs groceries.
Hart l'.n: 4 pk' dry g. -sis, 1X1 bxs candles, 2'". pkgs
i:r . eri.-s. 1 pke. IIjiiiib 5 cs dry goods. 1 rsk
chain. l."i I'k.'s bread, al". iKixts. 18 bales hay, H Hack
fell Co; Tors furniture. E P Adams. 10 cs lead. 1 cse
paint. 42 pk-,' gr.M t ries. 5 I'kg hardware. 1 pkge blinds,
4c'i sk barley. 2 pk' dry g'XKls. 20) ks flour. 57 bales
hay, J T Yaterh"iie:i; pkgs telephone fixtures. Haw Tel
Id; 1 cw hardware, Lewer & Cooke; 9 pkgs hardware,
a-tle .v 4. m k-; 'J pkg dry goods, A hi Cleghorn A Co:
yo'.M shingles, pkg paper, 2" pkg white lead. KI pkgs
nail, l itx hurd'Aare, 1 pkge. Wilder if Co; 50 pkgs pow
il. r. Interior lept; 2. hk tlour. SO bxs candles, 50 sks
potnto-. ."! sk com, 12- bx starch, C'J pkgs groceries. C
in -Is tubs and pail'. 1 pkge brooms, 2 bxs cotton cloth
ing. jii"iijf Sam Kee; 5 cs cigars. J C" Moore; 65 cs China
W me, Hau-' Luni; Kee K Co: lo pkgs iron doors, etc, 8 ti
Wilder; C c coal oil. 2d ks bran 12 sks oats if.'J pkgs
'.'r.n ti. s. 22 pkg iitedicities, 5 cs dry goods, 11 pkgs bill
iard material, and 4 k to onler.
From San Frar.cis.-o. per City of Sydney, Feb 23 22 ca
m.l-e. S Mamiin; 2 c photo good. 1 pkge cotton, 2 pkgs
belting. II pkg rr.n ki ry, 31 pkgs sundries, 5 pkgs gin . A
Herbert: I pkge tobacco. l.s tk flour, 3 bxs medicine,
21 pk' hmese groceries, 1 bale moss. 1 bx varnish, 35
pkg . rk. ." sks oats, 2U bxs candles. 2-; pkgs misc goods
to hine.c con-igtiees; 4 cs shots, A Mackay : 1 cse photo
geswis. A A Muntauo; kh coll. wire. 2 pkgs mdse. Haw
I Bell Tel Co; 14 cs egg. Hart BnS; 5 pkgs gas machine, C
, o Aerger; 1 bx clock, lo keg horse shoes, 1 bx nail., A
I Jaeger: 1 bale moss. 1 bx varnish, M J Hose; 1 cse shoes,
AVI Kichardson; 5 cs pictures and frames, O Friedlander;
115 pk vegetables, 17 pkgs butter, 2 cs bacon, Bolles A;
I Co: 1 i-so IsM.k. 7 c stationery and toys. 8 pkgs papers, T
! i Thrum; 1 cse stationery, 7 pkgs papers, Whitney k Ro
j bertsoii: 7 cs Ixs.ts and shoe, C Oertz 2 cs cigars, 2 cs
glassware and Mats. 2:1 pkgs drugs, to pkgs tobacco, 1 do
suitir. 2 do capsule. 1 do 1 Ig paper 2 csks bottles, 1 pkge
; knives, Uolltster & l o; 1 cse books, Cl cs bread. oO mats
n.-e. 4 keg shot. H brl and 4 cs pipe fittings, 2 bdls pipe,
. 1 cse door bck. T II Davie k Co; 3 cs mdse, 10 cs cot
! ton. It pkg mdse and hardware. J T Waterhouse; .'10 cs
i n histey, .: pkgs wtnes and liquors, 1 pkge cards, 70 cs
teer. li W Macfarlane k f o; 2 cs dry goods. B F Ehlers; 3
c cii-ar. lo cs mdse. 1 pkge jewelry, Hyman Bros; 1 bale
and 1 pki.e. M s i.rinbauiu; lu bxs apples, 3 pkgs candy,
2 I kg jewelry. M Mc-Inerny; 50 cs potatoes, C Afong; 3
pkg li s t and shoes. 5 pkg onions and potatoes, 5 pkgs
gnt-eric. :t pkg drugs. Kenton Bevin Co; 400 sks flour,
2V1 pkg mdse. I I cs canned gixnls. II May; 13 pkgs vege
tables. 2 cs trees. C cs photo materials, 100 bxs apples, 4
bx oy-ters. ji pkg mdse, to address and 13.512 pkgs in
From Sar. Francisco, per J A Falkinburg, Feb 2-1 lot
feed, groceries, canned g.Kuls. 73 bales hay, 200 sks flour,
.17 sks potatoes. ;.J cs boot and shoes, 4 pkgs drugs. Cas
tle A: Cooke; 400 sks flour. lsi cs salmon. W O Irwin Ar Co:
.v k flour. ;;5 pkgs groceries, 2 tea bams, Bolles Co;
lot furnitnre. II J Aguew; 1 cse shoes, A W IU chard son; .1 1
cs pair hanging. 2 pkgs spades, 2 cs paint. 3 bxs glass, I
2 to door. 4 1 pk-,' window. 5uu ft lumber. 13O0 redwood j
lst. and lot building material. Lew ers k Cooke; 37
pkg grv ries, 7. si sks xraiu and fee.I, 35 pk onions and !
js.tatoes.2-si pkg grcr-rics, II May; lot groceries, canned 1
g-wds. tf. l'Nisk itatoes. 10 pkgs leather. 3 cs rubber !
clothing. 1 cse wool shawls, M S Grinbanm k Co; 18 ca i
sewing machine. I bx oil. 1 bx tobacco. 1 bx guns and
pist ils, 1 bx cartridges. 2 bxs powder, Thos Lack; 4X) sks
grain, to bales liar. Lai no k Co; 2U bulls and cows, loo
I ig. 1"V bags bran. IIS ba?s oat. 25 bales hay, 22 bags
1 tmtocs. J I Iiowsett. 1 cse muskets. Ed Hoffschlaeger k
Co; c shovels, t cs drugs, Lillingham k Co.
From Port Townsend. per T W Lucas. Feb 21 S'JH.SCS
ft rough lumber, l'J5o pickets, H Ilackfeld k Co.
Frmn Wbampoa. per Uermine, Feb 21 3 cs shoes. 3 cs
ironw are, 2.". pkg lire crackers, Ibap; I pkge pictures.
1 apt reiver!; 1 pkge, J H Brims; 1 boat, Cap! F Meyer; 8
pkg Japanese g.xxls.
From Pert Townsend. per Jenny Titts, Feb 24 304.735
ft roiiu'h N v, .Xi.o.i ft dressed lumber. 100M shingles,
:',--- laths, is bag, isjtatoes. 1 keg beer, li Kackfeld k Co.
KXl'OIC I S.
"or San Francis, o. per fonsnelo, February llrth 6,913
bag sngar. 312 b; nee, ; gr.cn hides, 1 lot of old Iron;
domestic value, ;;o.4s.0.
For Sydney, per li- mijio. Febrnarv 21st 410.000 feet of
lnrnber. ;h, barrels of salmon. 1 case of whiskey; foreign
value, l,f. .. 0
For San rrancisco, per A P Jordan. February 21st
A.tJ baits sugar. l.Ow bags of rice. :i5 tierces of molasses.
1 case of wbiekey; domeMic value, 3i,657.l2.
For Port Townsend. per IUinier. Febrnarv 23d basra
cf silver coin; value, l.r.o0. 17 " tg
For Sydney and Auckland, per City of Svdney Febrn
ary 2rM 1 rase of oil. 4 caaesof cane tops, cases of roa
ch, wry, 6 iron plates; foreign value, 2U; domestic value
At Molokai. February ICth, to the wife of Capt.
tain, a daughter.
At Wailnkn. Maul, February lith. to the wife of n. f
Mieltlon, of Kohala, Hawaii, a son.
In this city, February 21st, to the wife of Edwin Hrll. a
Oassis In this city. Febrnarv 24th. at tbe Queen's
Uopital, of aneurism. Mr. Jobs Gaskix, aged C2 yearsa
1 or Portlaud. Oregon, per Viola. February 22d-43 kegs
cf sugar. .' bag of rice; domestic value 3 231 49 In
transit. 5 110 package, of rn. rchan.lise, 1,'Ao fire bricks,
tons of coal. 5o tons of coke.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1831.
King Kaukaua wins bis way abroad,
by Lii- personal magnetism and bearing. If
lie is indebted to any influence for I113
great popularity in a foreigu country, it is
the assurance of the love of the great mass
of his Peoule ; foreign as well as native.
The Gazette says, 'In this matter,"
(the negligent watch of quarantined pre
mises) " no blame attaches to the Minister,
he is doing all he can ; it is the miserable
fellows he is obliged to employ." What !
The Minister obliged to employ only
" miserable fellows ?" No other kind to be
got in this community ? "We can only say
that this is a miserable excuse
The Land League of Ireland manifest an
extraordinary extent and strength of organ
ization. It is a wonderful unseen political
power. We sincerely deprecate any revo
lution in the British Empire ; but we can
not withold our admiration on beholding
the strength and fidelity of the poor tenants
of Ireland : and of hard working Irishmen
in all parts of the world who, banded with
the kin of the motherland, with their united
means and counsel, battle with immense
effect with the power of a mighty, wealthy,
organized empire. Courage, fidelity, and
sacrifice are noble things for us to contem
plate in the Irish leaguers.
What is the special committee of the
Privy Council doing? Seven members,
presumably selected for their activity and
devotion to the sanitary welfare of the
community, were to make rounds of donii
cilary visits, and obtain precise information
about the condition of the epidemic. But
as casps are continually reported as sur
prises, in localities that had not been
visited, we fear that perhaps this com
mittee is overworked and not able to meet
the requirements of sanitary investigation
in the city. We shall be glad to hear from
the Chairman of the committee on the
The epidemic begins to press a little
more heavily upon us. It calls for the
generous sacrifices on the part of the com
munity ; not so much, of money, as of per
sonal service and attention. There are now
over 120 patients, in the quarantine hospital
on the reef, who receive only a single daily.
visit from a physician, who can merely give
a glance at them, and this glance hardly by
their bedsides ; as he must inspect besides
the 120 people sick, over 1000 people in
quarantine. He certainly needs more help ;
and we think there might be found a gene
erous, self-sacrificing physician, who might
be induced to reside at the hospital. And a
grateful Government and community,
woum no doubt generously reward such a
physician. And if a physician were there
to watch the sick, there might be found
some noble hearted lady or two without
family duties to demand their attention,
whose beneficient ministrations would be a
saving influence on many a sick one and
which would compensate largely for the
sorrow and loss attendant upon this visita
tion. We are perhaps speaking of impossi
ble things; but when we read of a noble
Florence Nightingale, and a saintly Sister
Dora soothing the horrors of disease even
in some instances ministering unto the
worst of men, we hvc thought, or wished
it possible, that there might be found some
brave hearts to ennoble Hawaii in her
The King's Popularity Abroad.
" Kino Kalakaua has been entertained
right royally by our social lions since his
re-entry into ban rrancisco society, and
?an hardly feel otherwise than pleased at
the marks of esteem that he is everywhere
receiving. That His Majesty had a right
to expect an ovation, las previous visit
assured him, still he must have been un
prepared for the very generous outpouring
of hospitality mat nas greeted mm. inis
lionizincr is not so much the outcome of a
desire to honor the rank of the royal visitor,
as an admiration or mm who nas done so
much in one short reign towards the social
and political advancement of his people ; a
people whom he found, on coming into his
heritage, to be very far down in the scale
of nations. That the ruler of the Sandwich
islands is to-day feted the world over, is an
all-suflicient argument as to the success of
his earnest efforts : hence these tokens of
respect." San Francisco Call.
At the time the King's purpose to journey
abroad was first broached, there was much
said in some quarters, that it would be an
unsafe venture on the part of His Majesty,
on account of political events which it was
alleged, had greatly diminished the n3-al
popularity. "The entire community had
been aggrieved", the state had been "shaken
to its centre by misgovernment." And a
San Francisco paper (the Merchant) said
that owing to recent events in the islands,
King Kalakaua had no reason to expect
another welcome from the people of the
Coast. But we felt at the time that our
King had only to show that he had the
hearts of his own people with him, in order
to command a warm and hearty reception
in any part of the world : hence the advice
of this journal to His Majesty to make a
progress at home, before starting on the
tour abroad. And the loyal ovations of
Kohala, Wailuku and of Honolulu prior to
the departure of His Majesty, which we so
fully recorded ; are simply repeated in the
ovations of the Golden Gate City.
The subject of cooperation deserves and
attracts a good deal of attention. Mr.
Dole has made some thoughtful and
valuable statements on the subject. It is
by no means new. Building Associations
and Cooperative Loan Companies were
organized in the city of New York in 1S47,
by Mr. Jessurun, who brought his ideas
and experience on the matter from
England, where cooperation had been pre
viously put into practice, and where it is
now established on a very large scale and
very successfully, in the way of " trade both
wholesale and retail.
To begin an enterprise of this kind is
half the battle. Let one hundred men of
small means club together ten dollars each
and you have a capital of one thousand.
Even men of small means could furnish
fifty dollars ; and then you have a reason
able capital of five thousand dollars, with
which a store house can be procured, a
clerk and porter engaged and a stock of the
articles which are in daily requirement
obtained. Each shareholder being a
pledged customer, there will be no need to
solicit patronage or to spend money and
throw away profits in seeking a connection.
The wants to be supplied will be known
and no speculative element will enter into
j the purchases made. The returns can be
counted beforehand and the necessary
expenses being also known, prices can be
fixed to meet them. The customers of the
store will not only find these prices less
than those they have been accustomed to
pay, but they will as shareholders benefit
by the profits made by the concern.
According to the idea adopted at the start,
these profits will be continually used to
extend the business of the store and in
crease its stock or they will be annually
divided among the shareholders in propor
tion to the purchases they have made. In
the former case the shareholder will find
his share good stock, that which cost him
$50 will become saleable at double or treble
that amount will indeed if the concern is
as successful as some have been in the old
world, increase in value a hundred fold.
In the other case he will find that besides
interest for his money, he gets so much
returned to him as renders the price of what
he has purchased from the store little more
than a wholesale rate.
We hope the discussion will be taken up,
and that.the public generally taking warm
interest, it will end in some definite action.
We trust to see a meeting held at an early
day to organize a co-operative enterprise
amongst ourselves. The example of all
countries, in which it has been tried, gives
us the promise that if the attempt is
energetically made, it will certainly be
The Kamehameha Statue.
By the Ida McKay, which arrived on
Tuesday from San Francisco, Messrs. Hack
feld & Co. received a telegram informing
them of the total loss, off the Falkland
Islands, of the ship " Geo. F. Haendal,"
which sailed from Bremen for this port in
August last. This vessel, as our readers are
no doubt aware carried the bronze statue of
King Kamehameha I. designed and ex
ecuted to the order of a Committee appoint
ed by the Legislature of this Kingdom, by
Mr. T. R. Gould, of Florence. The statue
was insured in Bremen through the agency
of Messrs. F. A. Schaefer & Co., for the
sum of 50,000 marks which will cover the
original cost of the statue and the other ex
penses incurred in connection with its trans
mission to this country. In obtaining a new
cast of the statue the Committee will now
be able to have such corrections made i n
the design as they deem advisable. The
sandals with which the feet of the warrior
monarch are encumbered, and which have
awakened some critical remonstrance can
now be modified. Not withstanding the vex
atious delay, the loss of the original statue
may thus not be without its advantages.
For our own part we rather rejoice that an
opportunity is given for a careful considera
tion by the Committee of the numerous
criticisms which the photographs of the
statue gave rise to. The statue is our first
National Monument, and we should like to
see it as near perfection as a work of art as
may be, even at the expense of keeping the
pedestal which awaits it empty for another
The Portuguese. The increase of the
Portuguese race in our population, we hail
with satisfaction. Though the people of
Portugal and of her Atlantic dependencies
have greatly declined from the high rank
they hem among the states of Europe, in
the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries ; yet
the Portuguese genius and admirable traits
of character that have been overlaid and
suppressed by a series of adverse political
influences, will yet break forth and win the
admiration of the world. The race of the
heroic age of Portugal, still live in old
Lusitania,andin the islands of the Atlantic
They have not been obliterated by invading
races like the old Grecian and Roman
stocks. The same great names of Gama,
tjunna, Texeira, Ziarco and Kylva are
among them, and the noble achievements
of a Dom Enrique, of a King Ioao, and of an
Alonzo may be repeated.
it is true we are not receiving any
recruits from the mother country on the
famous Peninsula : but those we receive
from the Azores, from Madeira and the
Cape de Verdes fully represent the old
names, race and spirit of old Portugal. The
famous Kingdom, which produced so many
heroes and poets, has recently been rousing
from her slumbers, and held a tercentary
commemoration of her great poet Camoens,
His noble verses have become a guide and
inspiration for his compatriots of this age.
He foretold the misfortunes and struggles
of his race : and yet foretold a revival of
Portuguese glories, and, speaking of the
achievements of Portuguese discovery, he
anticipates Portuguse adventure in the
Pacific to follow the pathway opened up by
the heroic Alageiian, in uie ioiiowing verse
of his noble poem the Lusiad.
" Ate-qui, Portuguezes, concedido
Vos e sarberdea os futuros feitos,
Que pelo mar, que ja deixais Babido,
Virao fazer B a roes de fortes peitos.
Agora ; pois que tendes aprendido
Trabalbos, que vos facain ser acoeitos
A's eternas esposas e ferniosas.
Que coroas vos tecem gloriosas."
Thus far, O Luslans, 'tis decreed.
You should your country's glories read ;
And see your banner broad unfurled
Upon the main of the western world
Where first you trod, and you'll pursue
" The path of heroes opened first by you.
Still be it yours the first in fame to shine,
Thus shall your brides new chapleta still entwi
With laurels ever new your brows enfold.
And braid your wavy locks with radiant gold.
The few cases of small pox reported on
shore last week, led to the hope that the
contagion had not extended far bej'oiid the
precincts already placed under quarantine.
Unfortunately this hope has been proved to
be fallacious, a fresh crop of cases having
manifested itself on Sunday. On Monday,
the wildest reports were current throughout
the town, but we are glad to say that in
these the truth, though bad enough in
Itself, was greatly exaggerated. The follow
ing is the list of new cases since Saturday
last, in their order as reported :
Feb. 19th, Puu, w Waikiklkai.
Isaac, o. o. i., k sen. i'auahi.
Kahana, Kalihiwaena. - .
20th, Kahiamoe (wj Liberty Hall.
Kinio, boy Kaumakapili.
Kalaukua, k Kalihi.
lnlilolna lr '
Kahodheno, w Maunakea St.
Lilia, (girl) w
Paaloha, w at Queen Emma's
place, Fort St.
Lukela, k "
Kaaiai, boy "
Kamakaeha, k Smith's Bridge,
Namoomoo, w "
Kalaniwahin, w Honokapu.
Baranabus, S.S.I., schr.Pauahi.
Feb. 21st 2 Chinamen on Mei Foo.
Naehu, k halt way nouse,
Kauhaue, girl "
Lanahi, k Waikikikai.
William, S. S. I., Kapuahi.
Henry Naehu, Luahaka.
Mary Ma hoe, "
Luahi, Waikiki Kai.
Annie, Alakea St.
Cheang Quan, from Mei Foo.
Kahanlelio, k Kaumakapili.
Kilia, w Smith's Lane.
Chinaman from Mei Foo.
a baby, Quarantine Station.
Moehonua, boy, Rose Lane.
Young Kin, k, S. S. Septima.
Poni, Maunakea Street.
Nahinu, w, Kaumakapili.
Makuahine, w, Kaumakapili.
Kalalili, w, Kaumakapili.
Malika, boy, Queen Emma's.
Mary, w, Palama.
Makuahea, Maunakea Street.
Hakaleleponi,w, Maunakea St.
John, k, Barracks.
Keala, girl, Kaumakapili
Kekuahina, boy, Kaumaka-
okaia, boy, Kaumakapili
Kaaumoku, w, Maunanea i.
Meuee, w, Kaumakapili.
Nawailehua, k, 3 years old,
girl and boy, at Waialae.
Keahilalapoli, w, at Queen
Kaili, boy, King Street, near
Kiliona, k, King Street, near
Ii, k, King St., near Thrum's
Keawe, k, King Street, near
Kaku, w, Fort Street,
a South Sea Islander, k,
Emma, Fort Street
Manuel, k, sch. Pauahi
Aloha, child, Smith's Lane
Tito, South Sea Islander,
a Chinaman from Meefoo lot.
And nine others whose names are not yet
recorded in the register at the Police office,
making a total of 158 cases to date, 23 of
which have died.
In addition to the above, 23 cases are
reported this morning from Kauai, 11 at
Kilauea and 12 at Anahola.
Since Wednesday, the following have
died : Nailima, Namoomoo, 1 Chinaman,
Kailianu, w, 3 little children, Isaac, South
Sea Islander, Hekolani, Keuku, Kiha, girl,
3 years; Nome, Kaaiwaiu.
Government Well-Boring at Makiki.
The Arteeian boring now being carried on by
tbe Government at Makiki has reached a depth
of 80 feet. The tools in use are the heaviest
that have vet been at work here. They were
constructed especially for the purpose to the or
der of the Government, under instructions given
by the late Minister of the Interior, Mr. Bush,
immediately after his accession to office. They are
adopted to an 8-inch bore, which is the diameter
of the tubing in use at Makiki. Tjie site select
ed for this experiment is close to the Makiki re
servoir, a little to the north and east of it. The
object 'being to supplement the present town
supply from that source. What are the grounds
for believing that the water, which it is expected
that this boring will reach, will rise to the re
quired level we have not learnt. The early part
of the driving was through hard black rock for
twenty-five feet, followed by ten feet of very
compact black sand. The tool then entered a
stratum composed of soft clay with boulders in
the passage through which the latter are giving
a great deal of trouble.
g3T A match was played on Saturday last be
tween two teams drawn from tbe ranks of tbe
Honolulu and the Pacific Cricket Clubs, one from
the Seniors" and tbe other from the Janiors."
Tbe result of tbe match appears in the score given
below, viz . an igaominous beating for tbe "Seniors."
They intend to punish tbe presumption of youth on
the occasion of a return match to te played this day
E W Purvis, b J Lish
b Perry 3
b Perry 0
st Murphy, b Lishman.. 0
b Perry 2
b Perry 0
c H Wodehouse, b Lish
c Perry, b J Lishman 0
B Perry 1
b Perry o
Not out 0
O V Freeth, b Lishman. 1
O H Luce jr, b Lishnian... 0'
T Liahman, c Dowsett, b I
F M Bwanzey, c Perry, b I
J Mollisou, c Lishman, b
M m wnttney, c a. w ode-
house, b Lishnian 0
A Ellis, c Murphy, b Lish
C R Scarborough, c Jones,
b Liahman 0
J C Strow, not out 20
F Ives, b Lishman. 4
J Torbert (sub) h w, b
1st Innings :
1. C E Perry, run out 3
2. J H Wodehouse Jr, c Swanzy, b Lishman 0
3. J Murphy, not out 34
4 J Lishman, c Purvis, b Whitney t
5. O 8 Coinly, run out 3
C. OA Wodehouse, run out 8
7. J M Dowsett, c Lishman, b Whitney 1
8. E Jones, b Whitney 1
9. J Lycett, b Whitney 0
Byes , 1
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Honolulu. February 26th, 1881.
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T. B. MURRAY AND C. T. H0YT,
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Promptly at 4:30 P. M. This Day. Saturday,
February 26th, for Drill
It PER ORDER.
KEALIA RICE PLANTATION. KAUAI.
ALL PERSONS ARE HEREBY WARNED
from tresnaaainv nnnn thi vrnnnila beloneine to the
Kealia Rice Plantation. Orders have been given to lorcibly eject
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The Directors or Trusters of Corp'.ratioiis and Joint Stock Associations shall be jointly and severally liable lo the Cieii.ori
and Stockholders for all Moneys embezzled or uiispproprntie I by the officers ol such Corporation or Joint flock Aasociatnu
during the term of office of such Director or Trustee." '
7. Its Policy Contracts contain no restrictions Umjh residence, or travel, and its f.rnii of Insurance ar unusually t.
tractive. The Low Rate, De ..,. I Endowment, and Mmuil I ovetinent Polices, arj peculiar to tins t om party, and offer
advantiges to the injured which are not surpis,e., ifequilej, bv those of any other Company.
8. When desired, Policies can be Registered by the Insurance Commissioner of California, on the
Payment of a Moderate Fee, and a Policy Holder in tbe PACIFIC .III TI AL LIFE lSl u.4( E COMPA.M
OF CALIFORNIA has then tbe Absolute Guarantee of the State of California that the Money held by this
Company against the Contingency of His Death, is Secured bv lionds and Mortgage Deposited in the
State Treasury. With December 31, IS.'.l, the Company Closed its Eleventh Year, and In so doing aHoid
the only instauce on reeord id which a Life Insuiiiure Company In the Eleventh .car of Its existence was
enabled to pay its Death Losses from lutcrest Uereijits; not only vtasthis done, but iu addition tberetoa
considerable surplus remained.
Believing ourselves entitled to the cuntidence hdJ I uainess of such a propose OVciifiK insurance upon human llfo, we so.
licit their patronage, and pledge ourselves iodise :iarpe to the best of our ability, the important and sacred trusts devolved upou us
KOBEllT 3HKKWU0D, SAM CLL L V (v.VS.)N, CJUAItl.fc3N.rOX,
J. F. HOL'GHTON. J. II. CAKlOLL. It C. CLAHK,
HUBERT HAMILTON, UKO. A. MLMKK, KD. CA l W ALA DKR,
L. 8. ADAMS. HIGH . LARUE, W. R CLUNKS,
M. BRYTE. U. W. KAK1,, K. K AL.IP,
Dihk tops Pacific Mi'TraL Life Insi-ranck Compamt.
t.u ,v. e r,u E FURCIE, General Agent, Honolulu.
DR. JNO. S McQRUW, Medical txaminer. or feoat
IN THE SUPREMK COURT OK THE IIA
waiian Kingdom. Kalakaua, by the Grace of U1, of the
Hawaiian Islands. King:
To W ilium C. Parke, Esq., Marshal of the Kingdom, or his
Deputy, greeting: You are hereby commanded to summon
Henry Giles, delendaut, in case he shall file a wriiten answer
within twenty days after service hereof, to be aud appeir
before the Supreme Court at the October Term thereof, to be
held at the Court Room of the Court House, Honolulu, in the
Island of 0hu, on Monday, the i.h day of October next, at 10
o'clock, A. M, to show cause why the claim of Kmmeliiie A.
M. Giles, plaintiff, should not be awarded her, pursuant to the
tenor of her annexed petition. And have you then and there
this writ, with full return ol your proceedings thereon.
Witness, Hon. CHARLES C. UARK13, Chief Justice of Our
Supreme Court, at onolulu, this 2d day of October, A. D.
(Signed) A. ROSA, Deputy Clerk.
No service made on tbe within summons, the within men
tioned U. Giles having left this Kingdom on the 13th d:iy of
August, 1879, on the Herman bark Malvina for Hongkong.
(Signed; W. C. PARRE, Marshal.
Honolulu, Oahu, ss: I hereby certify that the within -and
foregoing is a true and faithful copy of the original summons
issued in tbe Libel for Divorce. Emmeline A. M. Giles vs
Henry Giles, and also of the Marshal's return thereto; and that
by reason of said Marshal's return the Court, at the January
Term thereof, A. D. 1881, did order the case continued to the
next April Term, A. D. 1881, aud that iu the meantime an at
tested copy of said summons be printed as prescribed by the
Statute, requiring the said Respondent lo answer at said
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand this 3d
day of February, A. D. 1S81.
J.NO. E. BARNARD.
fe5 6t Clerk Supreme Court.
FRESH CALIFORNIA EGGS !
UST RECEIVED BV THE ,H TEA M Ell,
and for sale AT KAMSAY'3 STORE. Uotel street.
ggr Price, 3
Dozen, mid W wr
Kegs of Boston Pork.
A. W. BUSH,
A LLPERSOXS HAVING Cl. A 1 .MS AGAINST
rm. tne r.Hiate ol tne late Frederick w. t&. Heck ley, are
hereby notified to present the same within six months from
this date, duly authenticated, and with proper vouchers, or
tne same will be forever barred: and all persons im ebted to
said Estate are requested to make prompt payment to
KM MA M. BECKLkY.
Executrix, or to
J. M. DAVIDSON,
her Attorney, No. 27 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Honolulu, February 19th, 1881. Iel9 2 mi
A FIXE LARGE COTTAGE. CONTAIN'.
il. ING Parlor and Tlire Bed Rooms, Dining Room, Large
Pantry and Kitchen: also. Carriage House anil Stables. Situ
ated en Nuuanu ttoad, just above the First Bridge, near Mr
Cunha's i -sidence. For further information, enquire of
HART BROS., at the Astor House. Hotel Hi.
Honolulu, February 16th, 1881. fel9 tf
ITIURMSIIEI) SITTING ROOM. TWO
B-d Boom i and Cook House. Mo.lerate terms to a per
manent party having good references. Address A. Z., Oillce
of the P. C Advertiser. fel9 lm
Preparatory Day School, No. 122 Nuuanu
m.ISS CL.INCII HAS CLOSED THE ABOVK
11 m until the Public Dav r-chools re-ooen.
irr TERMS: Half a dollar weekly; Music Lessons, In-1
eluded, f 1.60 weekly, or $5 per month, paid in advance.
Mmir lessons, three lessons. ( half hour) f 1.
Offers of Needle Work or Copying would be very acceptable.
A I.I. ACCOUNTS DUE TO OUR FIRM
on the 31st dav of December. 1 880. and which remain
unsettled on the 1st of March. 1881. will be placed In the
hands tf a collector for settlement.
WENNER A CO.
Honolulu. Febrnarv 12th. 1881. fel2 tf
Cases of Boston Sausage Meat.
FOR SILK BV . .
A. W. BUSH
HER EH V GIVEN THAT THE BARK
1 VIOLA is not responsible for any debts that may be con
tracted by the crew.
8. PRICE, Captain.
Honolulu, Februnry 9th, 1881. fe!2 at
"vv HOTEL. STREET. BETWEEN FORT
J and Richard streets, on Saturday, February 6lh, a
CrsrmPii nf fviur Tiier Claws, set In Gold. A liberal reward wil
be Daid for return of same lo WENNER k CO.'d Jewelry
Establishment on Fort Street.
Cases of New England Clam Chowder.
IRKCT FROM BOSTON. AND FOR
A. W. BUSH.
raiiRIVQ MY ABSENCE FROM THIS
iri,inm m wile. Mrs. 8. MAGNIN, will act for me
under full power; and she alone is authorised
to collect and
receipt for moneys due me.
Honolulu, Jan. 19lh, 1881. ( Ja22)
. si. w vits: OF HIDES. WET AND DRV.
J. AUo, Slieep and Goat Skins, for which the Highest Caah
Price will be paid.
P. O. BOX 49. nUGH MACKAT
iy3-6m Proprietor Honolulu Tannery, Kohololoa.
"HAWAIIAN TRANSLATIONS !
THEUXHEKSIGNEU IS PKEr-anau iu
Translate, With Accuracy and Diapatch, and an Rea-
HE UXDERSIGXED IS
. v. vsi a a - wSt
DEEDS. LEASES, MORTGAGES. fce..
from Ensliah to Hawaiian, and tt'ce vtrta- Residence, No.
47 Kmma Street. 5iay be found at the Government Law Li-
brfe72dlm'y' fr0I 9 ' " H. L. SHELDON.
Notice of Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
raiilK I'll.PlRTNEKSIIII' HERETO FORK EX
I iaiinj hoiin-n J. 8. Walker. Z. S. Spalding and Wm. .
Irwin, under the firm name cf WM. G. 1 R WIN k Co is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. All liabilities will be as
sumed and Indebtedness collected by Wm. Q. Irwin, who
.i.r. i. .nthnric-d to sum the firm name in settlement of its
a' Z S. SPALDING,
WM. G. IRWIN.
Honolulu, U. 1., July 1st, 1880.
Cases of those Celebrated Boston Tomatoes
tCKED BY LEWIS BROS., 2 1-8 lb
TINS, for Bale by
A. W. BUSH.
A the PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVKRTISER Office up
n inri.iriinv the 30th dav of August, must be settled with
J. H. Black only. And all inileDteaness up 10 me same a ate
will be settled by
Honolulu, August 30, lasu
Cases of Boston Baked Beans,
IRECT FROM BOSTON,
fresh. For Sale by
A. W. BUSH.
Cases of Boston Potted Meats
syOR SALE BY . j .
A. w. Busn.
W. LOKf ; AND MR. II. MAC
A KL A NIC will m i ise, and mv tiro., uu ler a joint
power of attorney, dnfio? -of temporary hj. nee from this
Honolulu, JanuaryiT h, ISfcl. ja22
f. C. AI.LKK.
a. r. soBiMMi.
ALLEN & KOBINSON,
T KOHI 'S WIIAKE. IEA I.EKN IN
l.l Mil hit mid all kinds of lil'lLDINU M ATfcH I A l.n
Paints, Oils, Nails, Ate, A.C.
AGKNTS FOR SCHooKKK
t'29) Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. (711
STOLEN BONDS !
MI E FOLLOWING 1 1 A W 1 1 A N ( n V
EKNMKNT BONDS issued June lTlli, lS7k.
Letter K No.
Letter K No.
Letter I No.
Letter I No.
Letter 1 No.
Letter I No.
Letter I No.
i aoo oo
.' aoo oo
o. 200 00
Letter O No. 266, for 100 00
Letter O No. 201, for 100 00
Were stolen from my safe iu LaliHinn, during my absence in
Molokai, on or about February 4th. 1S8I ( and all persons are
hereby cautioned apuinst purchasing ssid homls t payment i f
same being stopod. E. JON KM.
Lahaina, Feb. llth, 1HS1. f. l619 lm wis
NEW GOODS !
CHOICE GROGERIES !
Direct Irom JBoston.
Bold in Quantities to suit Purchasers.
A. W. RUSH.
N"ow oivIilikI I ot jit oow !
JUST RECEIVED HOME OF TIIOHE
Celebrated N. Z. POTATOES
In Crates and Bags. For Hale by.
felOtf A. W, BUSH. Fort street.
Cases of Calves' Heads,
Cases of Eastern Clams,
Cases of Eastern Lobsters,
Cases of Eastern Green Corn.
FsrSaleby A. W. BUHH.
From One lo Eiwhl Indira,
Long Lengths for Sale in Quantities to Suit
ie5 3in by T1HBET8 k rXpRENWON.
Cases of Boston Lard,
SUPKRIORIiUALITl', FULL, WEIGHT
in TINS. For bale by
A. W. HUSH.
HOMESTEADS, HOMESTEADS I
FOR SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT I'URCHAS
ERS, situated on Beretanis. Kinr. Younv. Virion. I u-
nalilo and Kinau Streets. Kulaokahua PUina. No l.e.lii ler
climate, GOOD KOAUS. PLENTY OF WATER, THE BEbT
OF BOIL, BEAUTIFUL SCENERY, AND PUR11A1R.
IQr Terms to 8uit Purchasers.
H. J. AGNKW.
Gunsmith and Machinist !
No. 7 3 King Blreet, Honolulu, II. I.
HAS ALWAYS ON HAND,
And for Balo,
ALtKINOS OF FIRE-ARM
GUXS, BREECH & MIZZLE UI.tlll.Vll:
Of All Kin. I- nd .Makers
FOR SPOUTING PIRP0SES.
All Kinds of Machinist Work
MADE A ND
R B TP I Tt ED ! !
AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
ET Orders from the Other Islands will meet with Proccpl
Cases of those Celebrated Huckins' Tomato
and Mock Turtle SoupB.
FOR SALE BV
A. V. BUSH.
Smokers I Attention I
The undersigned has received a consignment of
CHOICE HAVANA CIGARS.
tor sale In quantities to suit purchasers.
N. B. THESE CIGARS are frans llavaaa
direct, nod nre gnaraaleed grsslsr, I'nrbrd
at Dsxri ! ia, du asid IOO mmem-
-A.. W. Bush.
Feb. 6th 9 t.
HEW LAW OFFICE.
WC. JONES. (Aeba) Ati-raey aad Ci-
sellor at Law and nnrrai Land A (nut and Collector,
will practice in all Courts of the several Islands in tbe King
dom. Office first room over the store of Dillingham Lo.,
Fort Street, Honolulu. oct