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1.7J0 5 pound. Manila ty tt rtit. t. a:., r
Market ia Ton.! .rt.Wy. tbor.gh tot heavily -t-, te l
mini ha. ben VA. --t -k- iu the 1-a 1; oui..r
tn world at latet date r !... I t-.n- t...i
wer a year ao."
Tb Alta of the 2' th lilt., -ay- : - TL r- i- M.ar
petition bet.u the bii.a M r t.a:.t-' .t.a:;i :
tw.n f. n:tanv. relireser.t-l here ty t!.e Me.- 1
Facifii- Mall Vompar.y. f-r tr i'i;t t
Mee Foo Laa otierrd to take freight at
pai-ific Mail Company have c.i-.e.i
f..r flonr bT tb t.itv f T' ki-. a:; 1 t-
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a h t . ' l r t- ;i
i r bi:. - Mt-
Tb new ateamer l.-.iil bii,' - I't kie I;r .. I '--r tb-
Sandwlib I.-.la:id.', i i.ai!..
oiiipleted. Her .-par- ar'- a'.!
laiiin bel. and .-all early lti
in and abe will ahortiv be
i w ... ii..,.. . i. ,1.. .-... a nr.e l'.otnii! ran i r
StU) tons relrt-r. Matth-w Turner i, bull dnu' a:.-t!. r
tbre-mat.ted wb tier f-r " k 1- bro., JI i;. . i
Tbe acb.n.r W II Mew-r eaile.l from San Fran. i. n
the lt in.-t. T.r thi- port with a . ar. vain. ! at f.'.'.-V '
The Kalakaua nailtd the !-ame .late with a ar-- val;:-l
ti.. i..!Knn l.k Iinii Nil ola .-ai.'d t r i: .:
Feb 2Mb. with a arK" of '.al f .rthi- l rt
ti. ..n. i.r tin- l(riiiriin wi vu!ii il at : ''"iAfl 1
. ' - ' -- .
the Lady Laiupon f 13,:;7'..
Captain Jenks ,f the bk Kal.ika.ia in hi.- r. J---M at .- i.
Francisco nay : wa.- delated ilays at 11 . r: 1 1 1 1 I . ti. f .
bein no tu-boat i apahle i f toning a v. el with iv.
. ...iHlrate win. I." Katlx r a ,tr..ii' ... r-.'. win-1 .l'.n,'
th'e 5 days. Captain .'
The bk discovery l"-t 1-r t j --a:i. a:. 1
main-mai't on her pa-.-a'e out.
Captain lKoilaji of the echr Kt.-ario. t -
of the John 1 hpr.ck. Is this tup.
The Catherine Sudden. Captain I:at
had artiv. l 1:1
Melbourne, Feb Stb.
Tbe bktue Kat Fib kin'.r -ail.d tr -m I
rt T. v. n-. nd
for thin I'ort ou the -th ult.
Thanks are returned t-i Capt Cum.itiMhain
Mee Foo f.ir tiles of papers to the -.-ini m-t.
The name of the chr Sarah Ann. bought
. f the t;nr j
by M. -r
Isehan ic Co. of this itv. has been chan
! t . Me-
Foo. fche is the firt e?jel of Hawaiian ri
i-t-r t- b ar a
iLOXU TI1K UIMliVKS.
The weather during the pa-t Week 1ms b.en ii i: jr. i -tion.a
for the roaettntt trad.-; the win l bl"in' 1:1 htr -ii
and anrre-KiTe ' nails from N and NK, a-. :n.i. d
with btavy ram rhowera.
Tbe C hinee utmr S ptllna wa.- di.-, har-J- d tr.-m juur.i:i
tine, or at la-t. maile her rii.-t'm's entry ' ( tr t. lit and
pa-ennr on the 7th in?.t. The s hr J.ephme aad
Waimanalo were engaged t liim-harge th- fr.iuht and
load balla-t. The ri.ptinia returns f.. If. -n Kong t e
Tbe bktue San I.uia. Captain M. I)-.i.a:-l. has .1;-. l.ar.-d
her bstd of coal and sails t -lay I -r an 1 ran i- .
Capta.n Mac returns this way in a I-w month- i n r-'Ut.
t the tiahtng grounds.
Tbe btne North Mar .-ail- t -da f. r the .-.--und m
The ntnir Ukehke- will r .-time bu-m.--- b.:iin nb.-ut
the 2iftb Inst. The Lehua will be- prhahlv laid "
for repairs when she returns.
Captain Fuller ta I n accidents to report from the late
heavy blows, the vessels under his -barge- having be. u
safely and aet urely moored.
Tbe CSX Costmr Mee Foo arrived in port at noon . i
the 11th in-t. after a quick run of nv day- from San
Franclso. Captain t'unnin jham r.-jMirts having en.
cuiintereil very heavy f-.g when within two days -ail of
The Norwegian bk Ueta sailed
from San Fran
the lith Inst, with a cargo valvi
d at 'H.t
The bk Jenny Pitts is still at the K-planadc. and her
crew are yet engaged in pumping. All trie i arg.. has
been ili-. harged. and the Captain d. sir -1 to .-o t - a.
ami the crew refused duty.
The bk Martha Hideout i at All-n .V IC..bin-o.n '- wharf
Th- bk Atlanta is at the same u harf l. adn.g; tlie
Martha Kideout will ail alxmt the Mth and the Atlanta
about the ?:ird.
The Lady Lampson and W II I'lm.-nd are at l;r. u r
A C. wharf. The jdy I.au p-.n di-charging and tin
W II himoDil loading. We hope that Captuu ib udl. tt
will make a fa.-t up trip.
pout or HouoiaUiaU, n. i.
5 StnirC R Hishop from Kauai
3 Stuir Lehua. frUi Circuit of Hawaii
0 Stmr Kllauea Hou. from Kahalui
Schr Waa-te. from M.il.ko
! Stmr Mokolii from Ko.Iau
10 s. h Waioli from I'aauhau
1" sch Julia from Uilo
12 Stmr C I: Lish'p from Kauai
Mar ft Am bk Martha Hideout
Wickberg. dav- !r -i i
7 Bgtne Hesperian. Winding
1". ilu fr.'iu San
x f.r bk Lady Lamps.. u. Mar-t.u. f. day
fr -iu San
II C M S N Co'a Stmr Mee F.h, Ciiummdiaiu.
from San Francis-o
1 S.-h Vivid from Fanning's Island
I E F A RT V ft KS .
i Stmr Mokolii for Koolau
Stmr Lehua f.r Molokai and Maui
a Stmr C R bishop for Kauai
Stmr Ja Makee for Kauai
Stmr Kllauea Hou. for Kahtilui
10 Schr Prince for Kona and Kan
11 sch Wallele for Maliko
11 Sen Waioli for Hilo
Mar 7 Whaling bk Progress, for cruise
II Nor bk Beta, for San Francisco
1- Cb.nese Stmr Septmia. Peterson, for H..ii; k. iu:
A RRI VKI Ot T.
Ian 31 Stmr Ho ( bung, hence January f.tU
rr 2-j f.k Kalakaua. 2i days
21 lik Ils4-overy. 20 days
22 Schr bnsario. 21 dav
22 R M S S Australia. 7 days
24 S. hr clans Sprrckebt. i; ,ia
lar 1 l:k H W Alniv, V, davs
1 bktne Ella. 17 days '
r'eb 25 tk l.iMf Marshall
VtlToaiA, n. c.
'eb US Iik Lizzie
I red ale
FOREIGN VESSELS . POUT.
'aluit bn(tne Nxolao-.. Thomas
ierman ba AUUuu. Muhrmann
m bktae W U Lnmood. UoudXt
m bk If C Murray, Kavens
..a bftoe North etjr. Morehr.ue
an batne Sao Luis, McbooalJ
Am bk Jeooy fuia. neivvrt
r tk Lady Lampson, Marntou.
iu bgtne. Hesperian. Winding.
m bk. Martha Kidoeut. Wii kterg.
bin itmr, Mee F.v. Cunningham,
Frotu San Fran.-isco. per Lady Lamp.oti. Mar. h :H
-I Moore, John Young. George Magmre.
FromCant.n. per Septima. March 7-711 Ch.n.-se.
' '! far IIalailM frana Farriu l'ri.
bktne Kate Flic linger. Young. Port tiamb.e.
IU bktne Kate dud ten. bates. N wca-tle. N S W.
n bgtne Hazanl. Sillier. I'eparturc l;av. f..r Kahului
Atu bk Edward May, Johnson. t.s.t.,n
Arn bk Cheshire. Latchelder. New York
A n bk Highflyer. Schumann. Liverpool, via st Mi. ha 1-.
A-u btne Morning star. Bray. South Sea L-lau i-
f Tl Dent La-titia. Port Uaiuble
-a Bark Harvest Home, Mataoo, Departure Pay, due
t atmr Lydie. tichmoll. Canton, due
-r bk Muaca. from Lraaimtu
i -r bk C'euer, Rohlfa. lire men
.' tw bk Kale, Ahlbmn. Bremen
. iw bk Uacail. W hitney. South Sea I-Iand-
; M H SClty of Naw York. S.abury. Sydney.
' A bktne Eureka, NorUberg. Depurture liav
tu achr WH Meyer. Jordan. San Fram-i-c'
.m achr Compeer. Birkholm. Port tiamble
t M S S Zeaiandla. Cargill. Australia
Bolivian bk Nicola tiny, Nanaimo
Am bk W H Meyer, Howe. San Franci.-. ,
Hawn bk Kalakaua, Jenka, San Francis. ,,
Report of Bark Martha Hideout, Captain Wu kberg
Left Port Townsend February 4th. wind light from sF.
tea smooth, weather pleasant; passed the latitude of j-ai'i
Franctaco on the 17th of February, in longitude Ml
W, calma and light winds. From thence to February jrth
hall strong S and SW winds with continuous rains'and'
heavy aoutberly awell; on this latter date wind changed
to N E, blowing heavily, with continued southerly swell :
ran for two daya under topsail and foresail. From them e
tr port bad atrong NE winds, w ith heavy squalls and
heavy sea. Arrived in port March Cth, JO days passage.
Report of Bglne Ilesperian. Captain Winding Left San
Franciaco February 'Arth; wind NW. sea smooth, weather
pleaaant. February 21 at to 2Jd. bad light bead winds and
calma. From that date to March 3d. bad NE trades, and
from tbe 4th to the 7th. bad heavy NW winds, very
heavy aea running, auccessioa of rain squalls. Arrived iu
port March 7th, 15 daya passage.
I M I'OKTS.
r Martha KiJwit. March 7
r. ",.'Oift .-Tiriacel Piu;lr. H,!'
Al! i: .V Kohiusou.
Mna. Mar. U 7-JJ. j V-t ChiLitv-e
I :: I-.'-.
u . -1.
T I .M
H. -t, nail. Marih W I k
; ilk.- li'i:opi. b I Vs liquor!-,
.iUr,'j"MU PPS ""si lJls
!! I 4. W Maitarlane k Co;
. - i..
" I kg-, liquors. Drown a; to;
. .. - ar.ti I') piiga hardware, .0 I rjf Biuc
i. 1. Jiali '- S"; " i pk-'S paints and oils. 50 pea
i .- lV..ru l Ailei: .t l: bni.ou: ) ui shrigls,
; . i-.a-.-. I.- r- k; - ldl wire and hardware,
i. & l",j pkg-. in at ami vv-taa.le. Hong
j y . . . ; - j ,'rv a:.d rur.b. r i- HoEschlae
r ' ; : ; . - luri.jtur-. K P Adam; l pkg- dry K'".ua. s
. t..n. l-Vj-'-k-rloi:r. 1 i-k A ' iiu.t; pkgs
f ; r O.i-.r. Lt Yuen Ac Cot '. pkgs station
t.-r v. .- l:i.t,Tt- n- 10 i-kps tottles, 1 iren sal,
n ': !-:-r.- ' : '1 pkiMdrr guoUa. J?billip & Co; CO bis
J i.T. "Vi .r . ) i k, liquors. Lovejoy s. Co; 52 pkg3
.-.r-nr. : 5-1. His.kf"id i Co: 12pkgi plowi, Cpkgs
T I1 1 i ; a: s 1 .r -fxer l-ire.hobTt Stirling; 19 pk(f
I i--r I i-ji:.tir.;i i;.trial. .atl a: CooKe; .a0 r'89
i ri:i. rt '.r. i-r-.i -r;". H-r.rv Mav; Is lamp post?. C O
j . r lii Lii.i--. '. j ky-i lead. Wilder Co; 1(J
p'i "-: turi.it-.ire, 2 Laie.- i.uy.i.i gi k-t teed. H E Wbitney;
.. t.i bay, l.. ?ck.-t brau. J T aterliouse.
Fr-ru an Franc-ii-o. per Lady Limpiou, Marrh 100
ks rl iiir. 4 5 j.k rf kers. 4 pkgs dry goods, cfki
vitf. 4 t rm J-tviien. M s "irimbaum ii Co; 101 scka bar
ley. :;7 ' varti.ib. Iierjt'.u. Levin Ac Co; 101 pkgs gro
( 'rte. 4') scks grain. 25 ( bests tea, IS bbla salmon, 34
I k liry g-od.t. 1 i-afe, :j t-asea cigars, Hynian Eros; 93
l !-s -ilii.oij. Hai kfeld a; Co: C bxs bardware, E O Hall
.v s-ir.: '') ks bread, 1 ii b bone meal. 300 scks flonr,
10 s ks barley, 7j bal- bay. 'j( pk(?s grjoerie8, 2.1 bbls
j-.rk. 1') bbl' beef, 11 i-iis, .1 tanks gasoline, 170 Kcks
-&;t. ! bbl- lime. : iu brick, 27o bales bay, lot rniac
' llrewer a: o; lt uuts. fruit, 20 -k.s oats, CO do
t ra?. L i hre-ovii-b ('): liU( k.-i feed. 1 bale duck
1-ale.- ba-. A W 1'ierce ,v ; uiisc rndse to order
i . r San 1 ra:i i-co. per Is
l.asff awa. ll.P'i l'ki;s xu
ta. March lOtb 19 cases and
ar, 470 bags rice, 22 bndls
-.-.it hide-. i 1 lj.ll.-i .-lie.-
p -kins domestic valuei'.0.4'.J.24.
KkiI.m.t.-s. In this city. Huddeulv. March Cth
Mi' hai:l Hakvly KeijINoton, a native ot the County of
Waterford. Ireland, aged to years. The deceased having
rejlded continuoiislv in this city since 140, having first
arrived here in II. M. ii. S. Jl-utifit, in 18:i. He was the
pi-t survivor but one of the members of the first Fire
ompany organized in the year 1h."sJ, of which W. C.
l'ark-was foreman. Mr. I'ki.i.vuton leaves three sons
and four (laughters, one of the former a resident in
l'.-r'i, t-iiith America.
Ill RT IIS.
In this city,
a dvight' r.
March '.'nd, to the wite of WilliamJ Peters
SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1831.
W'f. are jihuJ to know, and be able to
.-tatf. that kind and thoughtful people are
providing, .-oft cotton or linen sheets, soft
cotton under garments, clean wraps and
bandages, and other things needed by the
jMior fevered patients, who had formeriy
in a state of intolerable eruption, only a
coarse blanket or juilt for a covering.
Tin: strange and deliberate crime
wa committed on Sunday last in
valley, ami other acts of violence by
Chi nose which have been reorted lately,
will serve to intensify the alarm with
which mot people view the continual
inilux of immigrants from China, drawn
from the lowest orders of the population of
that country. "Wherever Europeans have
been brought into intimate contact with
the Chinaman, they have always learnt to
distrust him as treacherous, and ready to
shed human blood and take human life in
revenge for the slightest provocation and,
too often, for mere fancied injuries. In
China itself, in the British Provinces and
Colonies, in the United States and even in
Japan, (where there are but a handful) the
the same feeling of distrust has arisen
and in each ca.-e simply as the result of
xperieiice. In Australia thirty years ago,
the Chinaman was a favorite as a domestic
servant, both on account of his cheapness,
and of his apparent docility ; but within
the course of a very few years he was
everywhere discarded, because, however
.arcless men might be on the subject,
women became too much afraid to tolerate
him. We shall not be sorry if a timely
alarm, causes the Chinaman to be presently
excluded from domestic service here also.
All experience goes to show that he may
be excited to perfect paroxysms of fury by
very slight causes, and that he will nurse
his Uf-will iu secret until an opportunity
fVuneveiige presents itself.
I Tin: Ti:i:aty of Reciprocity between the
l.'nited States and the Hawaiian Kingdom
went into operation in .September, 187G, to
continue by the terms of Section oth,
" Seven years from the date at which it
may come into ojeration ; and further un
til the expiration of twelve months after
, cither of the contracting parties shall give
notice to the other of its wish to terminate
the same ; each of the high contracting
parties being at liberty to give such notice
to the other at the end of the said term of
seven years, or at any time thereafter."
More than half the allotted term having
expired, it may be well to take a retrospect
ive view of things in general incounection
with the working of the Treaty. It will be
remembered how earnestly some of us
worked, early ami late, in season and out
of si-ason, during successive years, to induce
the American Congress to grant us "the
boon " of this Treaty ; and how it was said
and evidently felt, that unless the Treaty
wereobtained many ofour costly agricultur
al enterprises must collapse, involving in
their ruin that of all other depending in
dustries, the decay of commerce and trade,
the financial failure of the Government,
and finally the relegation of Honolulu to
its old-time condition of a mere fishing vil
lage. I n pleasing contract, however, to this
dismal picture as presented in the fore
bodings of failure, four years of reciprocity
privileges have rescued some sugar
estates from impending bankruptcy ; have
increased the number of agricultural enter
prises throughout the country, and largely
added to the aggregate of the national
wealth ; built up various flourishing indus
tries, enlivened trade and enlarged com
merce ; increased the revenues of Govern
ment and iermauently improved and
adorned the metropolis.
A few figures will show at a glance the
great advance which the country has made
in four years, under the operation of the
In l-7i" the total imports
eluding free goods
at all ports, in-
In 1--". the same amounted
3,073. 2o8 41
Showing an increase of
In l7t;. t tll. domestic exports
In l-s". tctal. domestic exports
An increase of
In 1-76, total value of goods imported from
the I". S. paying duty and bonded $
In l-isii. ftal value of goods imported from
the I". S. paying duty and bonded
f 109,873 C4
S. goods free by treaty in 1876...$ 343.830 95
1S... 2.020.557 90
Increase $l,t'2,72J 95
During the year 1S76 the American mer
chant vessels arriving at Honolulu report
ed a tonnage of 44,000. In the year lfcSO the
American tonnage was nearly 100,000.
Number of Hawaiian registered vessels
in 1S715, 45, with an aggregate tonnage of
J753 ; in 1SS0 there were 03 vessels with a
total of 10,149 tons.
The excess of passenger arrivals over de
partures in 1S7) was '2,tt, of whom 2,000
were Chinese males; in 1 " the figures
0t')'j more arrivals than departures, of
whom 2,Uh were Chinese males.
The Customs receipts for lsT amounted
to $100,05.40 ; for IsSO, the figures were
.r4n2,lsl.fj3, an increase of $29:5,145.23.
The foregoing figures, representing the
logic of facts, illustrate very clearly and
strikingly the great impulse which the
Treaty has given to the development of the
material resources of this Kingdom. The
increase in values and the large additions
made to the material wealth of the country
through the operation of the Treaty, have,
as a matter of course, very considerably
augmented the revenues of the Govern
ment through taxes, sales and leases of
lands and various realizations, so that
financially, the treasury was never perhaps
in a more prosperous condition than at
Having mus briefly considered the re
sults produced by means of the Treaty in
connection with the subject of the
aggregate material wealth of the country,
we propose in our next to review tnose re
sults in their bearing upon the people
Tiik exceptional savagery which under
certain circumstances breaks out from be
neath the smooth exterior of the China
man has been exemplified in a shocking
manner in the murder committed by Leoug
Lung on Sunday last, and equally, although
with less disastrous consequences in the
attack made the day previous on Captain
iioss, ai wainae. it is a good many years
now since this community was first
startled by a similar crime in which Mr.
Dudoit, the first French Consul, was the
victim. For some slight provocation he
was butchered with a hatchet by his Chi
nese cook. On that occasion the murderer
having like Leong Lung, made his escape,
principal Chinese residents in Honolulu
combined and ofTered a reward of S1000,
for his capture. There are now many more
wealthy Chinamen living here than the
half-dozen who then put their hands in
their pockets for the credit of their nation
in order to bring the murderer to justice,
and we Mould suggest to them that they
might very appropriately follow their ex
ample just now.
The mortality among our srnall-pox
patients, at this date, 97 deaths, out of
270 ; or over one third of thw patients
taken to the Quarantine Hospital 011 the
reef is unusually large. Must we assume,
that our population is exceptionally liable
to suffer from this disease ; or have we to
say, that so large a mortality is the result
of mal-practice, mismanagement or some
thing else ? If we miss a few dollars in a
Tax Collector's account, we follow him up,
have him tried and convicted, and a public
sense of right and justice approves his pun
ishment. But if wo miss a few people ;
a few of our poor brethren get out of our
way, and are to be seen no more in the
places we were wont to meet them, and
they become food for sand spiders, must we
raise no question, or pursuit of their care
taker; of the medical collector who corral
ed them? The lives of our fellow beings,
especially those of our own community
should be near and weighty on our hearts.
And in time of common danger, we should
be as ready to succor those of high as of
low degree If the fatal epidemic that
has been attacking the poor by the score
a day, were to strike the well to do, like
malaria did a while ago, would there not
be demand for all the medical skill and
nursing care, that the community can
afford? And yet a hundred poor sick,
fevered dying people, lodged on a reef
within two feet of water, that had to wrap
their intolerable itching rnistulcs ami sores
in a coarse blanket, are said to be able to
help one another, and need no watchful
resident physician, and vigilant nursing
care taken by their sides ! Yes. thev do
help one another ; and can dig away the
few feet of sand, and scoop the shallow pit
and pool of each others graves ! But pub
lic opinion must and will hold an inquest
over those graves on the reef.
The value of sympathy and kindness in
attendance on the sick, has been beauti
fully illustrated recently iu Xew York
City, and elsewhere in the United States
by organizations of ladies for the pre
sentation of flowers' to the sick p-or in
the hospitals. Those noble and gentle
hearts, who took part in such angelic
work, felt that it is not enough to lodge
and bed and care for the physical wants of
the poor sick souls. The bed-ridden want
something from the healthful to give them
cheer and hope. And what inspiring in
fluence must the sympathizing look of a
kind fair face, with fragrant floral offering
in hand, have upon a sad hearted, des
pairing invalid ! Such a vision of tender
charity, must be a beneficient inspiration
to many a poor sick soul for evermore.
The subject of a marine railway, or re
pairing dock for this Port attracts attention
at this time. The Legislature appropriated
i100,000 for this purpose; but .Ministers
have hesitated to undertake the work ; and
Tuesday last invited a meeting of ship
wrights, merchants, and others to discuss
with them the advisability of undertaking
the enterprise at this time. We present in
another column, the report of the discussion
on Misappropriation when before the Legis
lature, as published in this journal at the
time. It will be seen that a committee ale
proved the ineasure,and the Assembly voted
the sum called for ; but it is proper to men
tion, that subsequently the Chairman, and
other members of the Committee, and of
the Assembly reconsidered their vote, on
the appropriation for the marine railway,
and recommended that the appropriation
be transferred to immigration.
All parties were agreed in regard to the
importance of providing a structure for the
repair or construction of vessels in this port,
but the point in question was whether the
exigencies of the Tort now called for this
structure ; and whether there were not other
and more vital public measures, that de
manded a prior consideration.
We appreciate the paramount importance
of this Port. It has one of the first-class
harbors of the world. It has a mighty
promise. The lines of some of the grainiest
enterprises, of the world's advancing march
of progress, converge here or lead this waj
Honolulu will become the heart of Pacific
and Asiatic commercial enterprise. And
erelong we may wisely spend half a million,
or more for facilities for the handling of
great ships ; and yet it may be a doubtful
policy to spend at this time one hundred
thousand dollars on an inadequate struct
ure. It is mainly a private interest tnat
presses for this immediate expenditure.
There are no foreign ships now calling here
for dock accomodation ; and our inter-
island fleet of sailing vessels have got along
and can continue to do so without a railway
or dock. But Mr. Wilder's steamers cannot
be hove out, or down with all their machin
ery aboard like sailiugcraft; and a means of
handling them readily would bo a great ad
vantage to Mr. Wilder, and no doubt to the
public no the other islands, who depend on
his enterprise for their facilities of commu
nication. And besides, a marine railway
constructor is here, who was sent for ; and
it may be desirable to give him a job, and
others, in furnishing the large amount of
It will no doubt be proper to consider in
this connection the exigencies that the
epidemic impose upon us ; and also what
may be vital to the country, in relation to
immigration and repopulation.
We review the considerations bearing
upon the proposed enterprise, as impartial
journalists. We have no object iu view,
only to promote the commonweal. The
appropriation for a marine railway is at the
discretion of His Majesty's Ministers. The
responsibility rests with them.
The subject of vaccination now com
mands the attention of thoughtful minds
in our community. There is reason to fear
that improper vaccination in past years,
in the use of some diseased humanized
virus has desolated many homes on these
islands. Every precaution is now taken to
avoid such fearful results. A true vaccine
or bovine virus has been sought for ; and it
is to be hoped that our experienced and re
sponsible physicians, are now guarding the
community against any widespread ravage
of the epidemic, by a thorough vaccination
with true cow-pox virus. In connection
in with this subject we have been interested
perusing a publication of Dr. H. A. Martin,
of Boston, in relation to cow-pox virus.
He claims to have introduced " true ani
mal vaccination into America in 1S70;"
and has devoted attention to the "produc
tion of true animal virus, in an establish
ment far superior in extent and appoint
ment, and at expenditure far beyond any
thing of the sort in this country, or even
in Europe." He says, in such an estab
lishment alone can perfect, uniformly per
fect virus le invariably produced in large
quantity ; and even with these facilities
the tucccssful continuance of animal vac
cination demands a vast amount of anx
ious labor, and such skill and knowledge
as can only be attained by a constant ex
ercise of observation, with ample and long
experience." Now with this testimony
from the leading authority on heifer
transmitted cow-pox virus in America,
can we feel assured that any of our medi
cos, as stated, have developed a genuine
ease of k'.ne-pox, and obtained true animal
vaccine v.rus. We hope that this matter
is all right, as the public have to accept
blindly ti e dictum of doctors. But we
think it would not be amiss if the Board
of Health were to appoint a Vaccination
Committee of Physicians to examine into
this matter, and give the public the most
satisfying assurances on the subject of vac
The following new cases are reported since j
the list published by us last Saturday Mas j
K.iu a k
Kahaulekai w, Kepohoni.
Kaumahaole k, Leleo.
Kahea k, Kaumakapili.
Kabiwaianui w, 44
Kalua k, Kamakela.
Mary Ann g, Kamanuwai.
Samuel k, Kaakopua.
Laakona w, Kepohoni.
Wm. A wihi k, Kaumakapili.
. Kaanapu w, Kamanuwai.
Kinoi liilii w,
Chung Ho g,
Jordon Silva k,
Maria Lala w.
ii keiki, Cape Horn.
Willama, S. S. I. Quar. Hosp
Kaoihana k, 44
Haalou w, 44
Yam Fat k, 44
Talulu k, 44
Kaua k, Pauoa.
Kamohae k, Quarantine Hosp.
I ClO k 44
Hina w, 44
Mary Ann w, hapa p.
Eleven new eases were reported on the
11th, but Ave have not been able to secure a
list of names.
The Board of Health's report which
appears in another column, shows the de
plorable proportion of 97 deaths out of 27
reported eases. Several cases appear to
have been carefully concealed until the
death of the patient rendered discovery in
evitable. A great many statements are current in
the town as to cases of small pox, in which
the patients are now recovered,having been
concealed. Enquiries lead us to believe
that these rumors are not without founda
tion, although the number of recoveries
under such circumstances have no doubt
been exaggerated. It is very desirable
both for the credit of our hospital, and of
the officers of tLe Board of Health, that a
record should be available of all cases
where the disease has been concealed until
recovery was hopeless.
The physician in charge of the Small
Pox Hospital, is reported to have found
last Tuesday morning, in the hospital a
total of 108 cases. On Friday, 4th March,
at 3 p.m., the Board of Health issued their
Weekly Jleport, showing the total number
oi persons discharged well up to that time
since their previous report to be 12. Up to
the date of their previous report only one
patient has been discharged well. This
makes 13 cured up to 3 p.m. on March 4th,
and we have ascertained that from that
date to Tuesday morning last, no more
patients had left the hospital well. The
authority from whom we quote the report
of the physician in charge goes on to say:
44 Total number of cases since the com
mencement 276, deaths 81," leaving it to
be inferred that, as only 108 remain in hos
pital, the other 77 have been cured. We
should like to know what has become of
the G4 which the Board of Health's chroni
cle of cures does not account for. They j
cannot be all under care at their own
TO ALL CONCERNED.
rMi LAWYERS, DOt'TORS. MIXISIKKS
M Fire Departments, Military Organizations, and a'1
this Kingdom, tn know that
We Have Just Imported, Direct from Glas
gow. Through Our Agents,
Peelback & Co.,
100 Suits of Scotch Tweed
.Made Kxpressly for this Market Shape and Slyle,
Unequaled, to b; Sold at the l,uve.-t Kates,
COMPLETE SUIT FOR $15.00.
Our Very Fine Geneva
SCOTCH TWEED PANTS !
At $5 a Pair Most Durable.
Our Whitney Pilot Cloth Over-Coat j, at $7 each;
Fine Canton Flannel Shirts and Drawers,
Tender Feet Socks. 10c.. 15c, 2."c, 50c. and 75t:. a pair:
dents' Fancy Neck Ties. 75c. a dozen;
f.enuine Florida Water, 75o a bottle;
1,000,1)00 tUher Articles too Numerous to Meulion.
The tlreat Arctic Soda on Draught Daily,
Fine Cigars, Fifty in a Box, lor $1.
All to be Had at the Great IXL Store,
Premiums for 1880-81 !
5 LARGE 5
being determined not only to keep up with the limes, but to
keep ahead of all competitors, I have had gotttn up Kl V K
I. A liti K CHROMOS. 13 by 18 inches in size, and
shall give TIIK Fl VK KKKK to every subscriber to
the F IRKS I OK VISITOR I In addition to this, I
shall not only keep the V ISITOR up to it present stand
ard, but shall materially improve it during the year. Our
Chromos are made in pure Oil Colors, and are printed in 20
colors, and any description I might attempt to give oftliem
would not do them justice, yet I will give our readers a partial
description of them, in order that they can get some idea ol
their loveliness :
No. 1 is a fine Chromo done in pure Oil Colors, iu 20 print
ings, size 13 by 18 inches, entitled-.
Beware ! Beware ! for
" She is fooling tNe,
She is fooling thee,
Trust her not
Oh, truet her not ! "
This suhject is represented by a beautiful younp lady sitting
in a rustic chair, beneath the overhanging branches of a fine
old elm tree ; she ia faultlessly dressed, with her long, golden
ringlets hanging down over her shoulders; in her lap is a show
er of beautiful Bowers. Near by is a beautiful waterfall, while
Id the distance tower mountain peaks. Taken as a whole, it
is a lovely picture the beautiful lady in the rustic chair in a
thoughtful mood, luxuriant foliage all around, the beautiful
flowers, the landscape, with the blue canopy of heaven o'er
all combine to form an enchanting scene, and one that can
not fail to satisfy all.
No. 2 is a fine Oil Chronio, in 20 colors, size 13 by IK in
ches, entitled :
A beautiful girl of eight years is out gathering lerns she is
baref'Kited, with no hat on her head, the wind playing with
h-r Kolden locks. She has her apron tull of ferns. I t is a
beautiful picture of childish beauty aud innocence, and cannot
fail to find favor in the eyes of all. The coloring of the laud
scape is very fine. In the distance is seen the little one's
home. The picture, as a whole, is very beautiful ami true to
nature. It is well worth the price of a year s subscription to
I the firksioe visitor, yet
! t,ie VISITOR a year, ami the five
every subscriber gets
chromos for the small
sum of One Dollar.
No. 3 is a fine Oil Chromo in 20 colois, size 13 by IS in-.-h-es,
Happy Dreams of Childhood.
This Beautiful Chromo represents a sleeping child, a beauti
ful girl of three year3ofage. She is sweetly sleeping with
her doll clasped in her hands. Over and above her are seen
angel forms scattering flowers and blessings on the head of
the dear one. Beside her couch i9 sitting her mother intently
watching her child, while her hands have paused in the lancy
needle-work on which she is engaged. It is a beautifully
weet picture, aud will find a warm place in every mother's
heart in the land. The child sleeping so sweetly with a smile
hovering around ita lips, the angel forms o'er head, tbe mother
watching her dear one, the rich draperies anil furniture ol
the room make a rare picture of loveliness. It is taken from
a rare painting by one of the old masters, and cannot tail to be
appreciated by all.
No. 4 ia a line Oil Chromo in 20 colors, size 13 by 13 inch
The jVXiate Appeal.
This subject representsa beautiful Italian girl. dressed in
her native costume. She is what is known as a Street Music
ian, and earns her livelihood by her violin and voice. Hie
has played and sang to the crowd, and has quietly folded her
right arm over and around her violin, while her left arm is
outstreched, thus mutely appealing to th- public to give her
what they may. It ia a lovely picture. The girl, though only
a strolling player, rarely beautilul the swet i. i.eeecni..g
expression of the face could but make the most sordid find the
way into their pockets, and give her a few pennies. It is one
r ,t.A , n;i.irpi ve have sen for nianv a day. It IS
brought out in Oil Colors, and is equal in every respect, to
any oil painting, and few can tell whether it is an Oil Chromo
or an Oil Painting, so faithfully it is reproduced. To see it is
to fall in love with it at once, and every one who sees it, wilt
No. 5 is a fine Oil Chromo in 20 color, size 13 by IS inth
et, entitled :
Tlie Reward I
Tbia la a enmnanion niece to No. 4.
It represents a beauti-
t...i: . . .:..!.. ...,i;l th rither.)
She is also a
iui iiaiiBU Kin icuuicij " " " " - -.,,1
t. ..-!? k. iiiii,nr.fl with her vo.ee and
circei .uusiciun, carum ......... , r.rive.l her
violin; she has played to her audience, and has rectvfe 1 1 ner
reward In the shire ol a shining silver ".V;
v. 1 1 . am-., of ile icht. at Her sutcess.
...... .l or f.rf is radiant. It u a very lovrij
uu.mr. Thi. rlminn alone is worth twice
the cost of a
year a suosenpuon v 111c " . ,,, ,., . i,w.,,n ....
Lcribera will receive the KIVK TinX, lar
KKKC.and the VISITOR a year f,,r a single dollar.
-j. ..v. 1. v.... rw-eivea the
. tiii puuKi 1 - . . .
. vear lor a single
boi paraVnd chromos. send postpaid in ever, case No
publisher in this country ever offered .0 mur h fo r a s ingle
dollar and fulfilled it. 1 promise only what I know I can
The underaigned, Sole Agents for the nawaiian Island,
would respectfully notify the inhabitants of this Kingdom that
the above only covers postage throughout the United States,
that the Hawaiian postage Is EXTRA for Chromos and Pa
pers. tSubscription covering all expenses. 1.25 a year in advance.
C? Subscription List now open. X
lrsnte wanted all
over thr Kingdom; Write for
PICKERING & CO., Honolulu; H.I.
GLO. A. M0OUE. President.
THE PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE INSUEAIftMmn
OF t VLIlOU.XH, 1007 !?:) s.:oi ntkkkt, suiumi m,,. p
TO ALL DESIROUS OF SECURING THE
... .. 1: 1... 1 if., insurance is. or at leasi moni.i '
ti,.. ..ni's deration Willi ar inn-tuts "
hrs: eoi-.siue aV". -ri- -
nut l..r the I'olioy lie 1 ill e m j 1 r.si
S hen the
Policy Heroines a .a.
. .. ... 11.. ...i .;,.,..i '
These are queries namrany bugKeaieu,
,,n,i the selection of his Company.
4 In Tlh s connection, the Managers of the PACIFIC M HI- f ' 1 Bt,e'.
3. it has paid to Policy Holder, for Matnred Endowments Dividend, and Nnrrrj,.mc,w!
Ronnrl nmberi. Sl.000.000. .. . . . .3 .. ....airr.
" " 7 , . .. ,i .. .1
3 . 1 1 Losf
;es haTe been paiti rroiupui ami
. . , r.n.liil.il dir-l!llkt it. M H fl It lilt
violin iii-r... - - . , . Kvnerts.
4.-11 has repeaieu.., ...
Condition anu iu.u-, t ..,.
5 lS tOCKhOlilers anu i:recioi hit i.... j - ...
t- i .te i,f California, and the integrity of their iiiamignient 11 unquestioned
the ?,-,to;.1LJrm'i ,,,e Mate, including the O.ulilutional Provisions Affecting Corporations, are of tl.,,,,,
i,- -uch as to make the Company one of ihe alet Institutions of its kind
tei, such . as to Jn ,c Xl ulht. Nw constitution, of the Mate of California is as follows .
V o ..u-Lhnldn- of a Corporation or Joint ftock Association shall be individually an I r,
such pr. portion of all its Debts an I Liabilities contrsiMe.l ir
. . 1 1 .. - 1 1,,. I,;,n rinis t 1 the whole ol l ie r - ulisi
i-i l.'ir A or Tru,te;'s..f('..rpnt..i,o.i,aiid .1 t Mock Associations shall be jointly and severally liaM- ,
,'d "khoiders for all Moneys embezzled or misappropriate I by the Ollicera ol kucIi Corporation or Joint i
ilurinVthe term of ollire of sueh Hirer (or or Trunee "
S lilt 1 1 111 ,....1 nr li-vel. anil Its I .tins it I rutin hth-h
T. Its Policy
Uoniraeis f.oi.iii ii.. itf.ii. .i..i.r-.."
tractive. The l.ow R ite, 1).
it l.ndow mint, ami .Muluil
.i u ph mil siiniis-eil. if eaualed.
advant iges to the
Ul.i-ii i!rired. Polit ies t an be Krlsleretl
" " " ur- ' ,
Ill -v.. - . .
Payment of a Moderate lee.
mill :i 'ti il'i iiouier
1 a iiieiii 01 a .'linn 1 ,t 1 vr, -.-
Ol I 41 II (IUM V lias thru Hie Absolute t.uaianlee
1 1 ...a. ..... .1
tilt' I tllltllleilf J Ol Ills nraiii,
s ti"; ' TiTun. With ne.en.l7t r SI. IsVK the lo.npan, lloed lu l i. ve.itl. lrar, and l,.
.-l.ll 11,... u... ....... III'..!.....,...,.... 1 , ... o ... 1 In f Ii. I'll, t . f I (1 1...I1..C1. "r
theoulv liistaure ou leroru ia miimh a i.ur ...... ... ..... . n.rl ,,
enabled lo pa) Its Ueath l.oe from lulerM Kr.ei.ts. not only wnsthls done, bul in i,,."1'
f iJte"es"f.i"..e fldence 1 busin-.s o. such a. propose . i.iM.ra,.,-, ua .n imp
ci, t.-,r patrage, and pledge --.vj, har.e he best of ...r ab,.,i . '--.n, . 9 .
J. F. I.OLCI1TON. ' H CAlClti.l.l.. II c t.L' l
KOllWtT IIAMII.TON, WKO. A.MOOkK. . I'AhH A".tcrrKll
I, A HAMS 1UUU M. bAULK, U R , ,
.M. 11KVTK. II W. KAI'.I. l; . K Al.,. o . vg .1
PR. JXi). S Ml UKKW,' Medical Kxaminer.
I tiik.m:i'kkikcu;rt oftiih iia
waiian Kingdom. Kalakaua, by the tirace of O'.d, ol the
Hawaiian Islands. King: ... ..
To Willi im C. Parke, Ksip, Marshal of tbe Kingdom, or his
Deputy, greeting: You are hereby commanded to summon
ll.-nry Oiles. (lekudant, ill case he shall tile u written answer
within tw.-nty days after service hereof, to be and appe.r
before the Supreme Court at the October Terra thereof, to be
held at the Court Iloom of the Court House, Honolulu, iu the
Island of 0-.hu, on Monday, the 4,h day of October next, at 10
o'clock, A. M ., to show cause w hy the claim of Kmineline A.
M. Ciles, plaintiff, should not be awarded her, pursuant to the
t;nor of her annexed petition. And have you then and there
this writ, with full return ol your proceedings ihereon.
Witness. Hon. CH ARLKS 0. H ARRIS, Chief Justice of Our
Supreme Court, at onolulu, this 2d day of October, A. 1.
(Signed) A. ROSA, Deputy Clerk.
No service made on the within summons, the within men
tioned it Giles having left this Kingdom on the 13t.li day ol
August, 1879, ou ihe German bark Malvina for Hongkong.
(signed; W. C. I'AKKK, Marshal.
Honolulu, Oiihu, us: I hereby certify that the within and
foregoing is a true and faithful copy of the origin-il summons
issued in the I.ibel for Divorce. Eiuiileline A. M. Giles vs
Henry Uiles, and also of the Marshal's return thereto; and that
by reason of said .Marshal's return the Court, at ihe Jauuary
Term ther.-of, A. D. 1SS1. did or.ier the case continued lo Ihe
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
Apr. I Term.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand this od
.lav of I-'ebruarv, A. I). IsSl.
JNO. K. liARNARD.
fc" Ct Clerk Supreme Court,
Abl'UKI) M. MIOhhIS RKCKIVKI) V KS-
TKRDAY, per MEM FOO, a Very Fine Assortment of Hoods
in His bine. A Descriptive Advertisement ol same will up
pear next week.
XT Call Early to Secure the Choice Goods.
ALFRED M. MELI.I,
It 104 Fort Street.
A. Y. T.
best of references given
Address this Ollice.
XI I K FIRM OF f il O XC OX CO.. UK A L-
KRj in Jewelry, in Honolulu, Uahil, HaMaiixn Islands,
is composed of the following members: Chung on t Atinj.
marliJ.lt CHL'Mi ON & CO.
The rniier.-igiied calls atlentinil to all parties who have
ROOMS & HOUSES TO RENT
and who desire t.i place the Agency in my hands, will find
specially to their a ivantage, as my intention is to adverli-
Both iu California and the Colonies, and on
and establish a line of business long needed in this community
T Patronage solicited at once. Call or adilress,
JilSKI'H K. W1SK.MAN.
Ollice, 27 Merchant Street, opposite the Hank. ml2 1m
HONOLULU FIRE DEPART1YTT
(f the Board of Kepresentaiiv
Department is her ' .
' 1! e
THIS SATURDAY LVEiliG,
March I 2 1 lit v
XT? by Order of the Chief E i i. -; .
Kjorj:NiN(; o hie
liy the Kind Assistance of Numerous Friends, the Hubscriber
Uegs to Inform the Public that the
RE-OPENED ON SUNDAY
MARCH 13th, 18S1.
XT The Table will be Supplied with the Best that the
Market Affords, and the Attendance to Customers' Wants and
the Reasonable Prices, are Hoped to Ensure a Patronage
from a Oenerous Public.
la,12 1m MRS. L. UK JEAN.
F I K V V
Manufactured by .Muller. It is SOLD ON AltOUNT OF
DEPARI'l'RK. Karly application is necessary, as the owner
leaves tbe Kingdom on the 19'.h inst.
XT 'or further information, address 1. O- Box O., or this
CHOICE CALlfll STOCK
ALE TO ARRIVE.
12 Well-Bred Fresh Calved Milk Cows,
NOW ON HAND AT THE KALIHI RANCH.
! ffllltn Ilk. 'I PLASTATIOS MULES.
AP LV TO
piano For Sale
Vice '.'re' lent and Medical b'irector.
,'IC3 S 03?
BENEFITS OF LIFE INSURAory
r.r at east moui.i '", .'.ifiictr
, .ti 1
.m.ir. r .he Company ll.mestiy 1
. -- -- - ,, ,.. ..
, ,, 1UJ the object Which indued il.- .-
. ,.lllir:11.,,.r f ,i,L. answers .1
, . 1 1. iwi'u tv-.. . inacripti
.. 1 1, 1 1 1 ,F-if iiin . 11 1 nn ii in rii 1 ai k .
mmum i.iiiPni.. - ;i:,mmoaic
no ults of this iliamter pending
a Try a
and most thorough and searching 111 v
t..,.hi,;i., I,- been Demonstrated
. .mnr th nwt ranablp business in.-n hi. in
uuring the time he wa a Mor-aimm r, k
- i iii'-u capital nuiua or mares 01 uie ui n n
new 1 1
- ,- ,
invcuiiieiii nr.. i.- pti uiuir 10 mi 1 .,
b those .i ;m oile r Company.
.... . 1
b ine iiiiirnnrr i wuiuiiMoiirr in
. . 1 . I 1 1 M I 'I I I I Mil' ll.l
iu titf 1111 ii .u r. mi
-- --- . tan'ui
of Hie State of allloinla thai the Mbil( J , r j ,
I.. w .... .. .... .1 I., I?. ..1. 1.. ,111.1 II I'l ir .1 .... 1 1
" 1. 1
m -'viiiMu wi ......m ...... . . j
" 0 111 c
rr ' rilnriP finnnrnl Afnnt :. tlio
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
, u- rii
- IHIIIINMIN'S U N till'. DK.tl to til
I.I' M Ifl-.K and all kinds i
f III -Ibbl Nil M.w V(1
I'aiins, Oils. Nails. .Vc, c.
a;kxts hih sciih
Kl I.AM AM".
KAIIIY til K KN
; Tor tl
l .ait for
Honolulu, HaWilliim Iklan.U laNfl
' " -lilt It 1
A TTOKXrv A
rouxrv AT I. A . Xt. : Ml the Ii
SI'RKIM'. COUNHII OK I olif sifii:i:r
Honolulu. Ki bruary lli th. IS81.
WR AY TAYLOR, e not.
RCAXIST OF ST. AMIRKW'i. tl.
I'HKDR Ab. Teacher of Piannforte ami 0-n not
nee. r.isnop's i.ollege. .Minanu avenue.
own., ,, ar;
TIIKSA. KRA.Xt ISt II I'HO rot,
1C Gallery. Inive opeiieil a II much KfUl'U.lii:. f
corner ol Hotel and Alakea Streets, m Ihe II.UU; i
Lot, and are now prepared to take l li'.t.ir ij.lis ' irillt,
Cisco Pric s, as f .llows :
H Genu Tin Type for
... is, abo
12 I8ih Tin Type for. ,
0 !lth Tin Type lor. .
4 Rontons for
maiO 1 in
Tntt.TT a tiyi r e air irvr. r. xt 1
nitOI'KK A 1'1'I.ICaTIOX lltViduseii
made to me by I lie Trustees of lli l.uiul
Ihe settlement of the hoim-limes i f the A tiiu.tj
n ; or
Island of Oahu. lb, 111!
Notice is hereby given to all a ijoinlne own-r. J of fci
inter. siimI, to be ut my ollice, No. 'M Merelmtit .
lulu, at 1 o'clock p. in, on M'JN DA V. Hili . 10 cxn
1881, at which time and place I rlmll - ir .ni l if OT
Rit'H'D I-. i!ii'iii:u .i.i throw
iioiiiKiu ry i iimmissiiiiier i r i-i hi. .
Doted Honolulu. March 1181. l(5Ct
THE PAKTNERSH1P try n,
f.rktofoi:f. Kxisrixt; m.tint,'V
T. B. MURRAY AND C. T. lted 11
as Ciinlage and W .iuon lluildim.
lual runs. lit
Honolulu. I'eblll l'V 10;h. 181.
HOI SK TO RKT,
least four large rooms, hi-Hid
O N T 1 1 MK1""
ki:ieti ani aud
WANTED an .
i. .. .
I I i; A TIOX
AcqllirellieiltS: Tin. tough Kllglirll himI
lu' will I
assist with Neeille Work
4 1. 1' KILLS 1)1 K
TO I II K IM'EI on.
Jm. K.I) uii lo .lamiarv 1st. issi
and not fUM u ,
1st of February, will be put in the Colli i I .i'" b 3
further notice. ''
ALFRKI) M. MKI.I.M. ,,ft
104 Port St.. I"""1 ' '
Honolulu, February ttb. lHhl. V
It. V. I.ISII.M A X IS AI'TIIOKIX pj
"J sign our brill name, by procuration, lrm tt" .
U. W. MAI ' I .
Honolulu, Januury 17th, 18SI lor '
NEW LAW OFFICE, tt;"
Tlf JOXF.S. fAt-l.o) Atlnrnrr Hlll .
sellor at Law and (Jeneral Land Ali-oI ' .,,,):,',
...!,.. i.... r .1. ......... .1 li... i. .vli.
v ill praei ii e in uii . 'ur i ... .n- .....i ,,nini-
dom Olboe first room ov.-r Hie store of IHlin. r, OJll
Korl Street, Honolulu. n to
B'lIK rXDF.RSItJXKO V I I.I. i; b contlil
I fr. oi on rnares, or win lease, about XUf
land wilh 400 head ol cattle, rhii fly lemales, ' v. K
lti mares for mule raising. Ihe land is iiar.li . UO
there is a dwelling bouse upon it, within one tt . il
eellent lauding Apply lo II. N. GHL'r.V' a
From One to Kixht I m ho.
Lnnrr Lenfths fnr R.ilo in finnniiti'iipif'
o D u vvuaiuin-- ,l.
f.-5 3m by TIH1IETH A; SoKl -pent
TT A UT A TT A "W Tn irc r . irTM-i '111"!
"a.ii.xs liXn.VtQLiil.llOS- a JjJo
riMiK rxoKitsio vi:!) Is fnMo( n
M. translate, With Accuracy and lli.pati -k. lft,,(l.
sonable lerms, luuuu
DKKOS. I.KASKS. M O RTC! A IJ KS. i'"
frntil l''nf Hull ti, ll..,,.ti n
J7 It ,rZ K...V... . ' . ' V' ,l' . lU cot
, ' ''y oe iuuihi at the t.ov. rtitc- -,
brary daily, from to VI o'clock. I?rcc
fe!2 1m ., , .fil, in."
ouce oi Jjissoiution of Co-Partial II
ffMiy. CO-I'A RTXKRSII II K I
istiug between J. ts. Walker, .. Siah
K V. f
irwiu. linger me nrm name I
.i i . . . , c
v, I . , . . I n n i .1 .
"J """""i oy mutual consent. All liability'
sume'i anu lr lebi-ilne.a collected by V.ui. ti Il
atone is ai'-.-..rtted to sign the Arm name In !
Knr. j. M aI,
7. K. SPAl foH
WM. , IE to Ie
Honolulu, II. I July 1h, 18i0. .:
SPECIAL NOTICE. ai
A I.I. ACnifXTS IH'K AMI OWIvPrV
the I'AIJim; COMMERCIAL AllVKUIIsHi U 01
to and including the Uuih day of August, must b' ) to a
J. H. 15 lack only. And all indebtedness up lo the ".I. r
will be settled by J. J. I c 10
Honolulu, Aiigu.t ao. lMsO. K te
ISO Parlor and Three Red Rooms. Diiiinx H"'nLa ,i
Pantry and Kitchen; also. Carriage House and Stalif.
ated nn Nuuauu Road. Just above the First UrUt : lca&
luuha-a residence For furtner information. eiKjuii" repl? I
HART IlKOS.. ai iho a.ir u. ...... II .(
Honolulu. Kebruarv lfiih i.si '
- t in to
Royal Hawaiian Planters' Associriit
I llt ....... .TllUUl
In the Hon, Secretary's absence. Mil. Kll ' .tlfct 11
v r.M ai.i :ii i.i hi i
placed hia services and ofliee at the ,,( tl'? l.n
Hon, and hai consented to receive all communis1""'' it:
afford all such information aa may be desired "' ,I"V 1
KAl 111! M A X V STJmoU
n27 ' orecji
'rOTIIKMiail .MA.M I Al ll l' K't ' H I
m. the Hawaiian islands. TI I.I.V would rti t al
offer hia serf ices a a MK1AK IIOlLKK. ,. r. 4
twenty year, experience in that capacity in oim r J 1
and three in this. He feels competent to fill C0ef.
any Boiling House In this Kingdom. .ion tf.
Good References Given if Reqt nor
t?l 3u. A '.' ' -i. Hot t?T