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PACIFIC COMMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, MARCH 11, 1882.
AW T r)l UNUt'OMMMION
Mbi . if. ! l.iilorm. Pirrrt. ran rar.nro.
C.li'nrni.. If' N" olt ly
WILLIAMS, DIMOND & CO.,
Shipping A. rommlion Merchant,
S: I l'tlirrsal lrrel.
o. r. Corn, mmtr iokii.
GEORGE F. CCFFIN & CO.,
SUIPPIAC 1D COflJIISSlO MERtniMS,
. 13 flae Street, 1'oioo btk,
IllRTlCri.AK ATTENTION GIVEN TO
W. ni.iug Hawa.ian or-lr. and aaiil.ctw.o guaranteed.
JOHN HARVEY & CO.,
f-OMMISSION MKKC II INTM mm WOOL
Bfernce Ban of Montreal.
Jal7 9l Cab al.ancea ou Consignment
W. H. CROSSMAN & BRO.,
M ll I p 1 1 l U ! IiiIhmIo ii
M K It ?: II A N T S.
II Ckaaiarri !tlrrrl. NEW YOKK.
Refer-nee Calle A Cooke an I J. T. W at-rhouse.
JOHN FOWLER &
ARK PHRP KKI TO ft H N ISII I'l.A XI
T4. aa I titmarr fr iwl l"r.rt lr Tramway, ajith or
without rara or lnrrMnotire. apvcUlly ailapcnl rur
Plaata' ion. Perm:rvnt Kailvaya, ! Pomtin and cara.
Trartioo Knsinra n.l R'.l jioim, Hiram PV.ohin
ml Coltivaima Nfarbmrry. K'! tiraai Kngirm fur all
lurrxiva. Wirul.n r.nrir.ra Inrl.n'a.
laKklilt. itl HlolraJKn. Vlolcla aoij Ph'-Orifh of
the arm plant ami Machinery may be aeo at ihotOrra of
W. I. IJRf.KN an l
U. W. M ACKAKLANK 4 Cli..
aa-20 tf Ant ftr JjUo fowler Co.
O RATEFI'Ij COMFORTING.
ft taoruuh knoI-iJ" nf th natural Urn wbicb f .
arn the oprraliooa nl d -i.o arxl Dulnlioo, anil by i
cartful application of tl Bne proptira rf aell-acieetr4
Corn. Mr. I'ppa kaa proTill oar kmkM UMrf wur a
drlicatrly-lta'nml litfrru nhxll mj MT'ainu, hary
octor'a billa. It ia by the jtt.l tf.ua u- of iuch arlieira of
diet that a conatita'itm nit be cr.laliy built op aotil
almoc raoarn la rraiat every tro'leocy lo diaraae. Ilutwlrnla
of aalKl Balaitie are floating aroaml a reaily to attack
trhTer there ia a ajeak poiul. We may eacape many a
fatal abaft be keepinc ooraeleea veil f.-ctiBil atich pare blHl
and a pmperlr aoariabeal frame. See an cle in the Ciril
MaIe limply with boiling ler or milk.
ohI only la packet, labelled : I
.TA"M"RS TT-IS & CO.-
Cri'S'S CHOCOLATE ESSENCE, Jot Afternoon
A OVKRTIMINO AGENT. 21 MERCHANTS'
JTm. CXCIIAMiK. Fan Franriaco, California, la anthorixed
lo receive atTertiementa tr Ibe column of tbia paper.
Roonsa 20 and 21. Mercbanla' Exchange.
California threet, Sao Fraocuco,
ST . B. ldicrtlslox Solicited for all -News
paper rbllhfd en the Parlfir Coat,tbe S adult h
Islaad, PuljBfsla, SlfiUaa Part, l'aaatna, Yalpa-
ralsa, Jjpaa, Cblaa. tw Zealand, the Australian
fataalae. th rastern State and Fa rope. Files of
early eierj ewpaper rabliohed aa the Parlfic
faast are Vent CooitaatlT Hand, ana ail aater-
tlser are allowed Free areess to tbeta darlne Basl-
e Dunrs. The PACIFIC C0111EBC1AL ADYFR-
TISEB la ke,pt on file at the Ufflee of L. P. FISHES.
TRADE JOUIM k EXTORTER !
Markets Renew & General Prices Current !
Pahiiahed Monthly, ami in Fngliah. lndiatv'oable
lor Pun-biaaera '4 Continental ti-wL; gieea Wbole
aa!e Prxre., an-1 liUconnia allowed, of
Wlnea. Bracdiea, Preaereed ProTuintia. Fancy Good.,
Milliner-- Drea Material. GU.O. Porcelain.
Placed W are. Watirhea, Clock Rnl at Imitation Jeatelry.
rVia ao'i shoe. Perfomery. Toy. Oleotra-Ma.
Pbotnirraphic and Printing Material.
ciennOc ami Mmical Inatrnmentji, Druza, Chemicala,
Pharmaceutical Preparation. Stationery, Pareeta,
Siika. Yami.he. Painia, Paper Hanging., etc , Etc.
AUo Price Carrenl of prot'ace. Market R-porta. Noli-ea on
Industrial Noeelitiea. Trade Intelligence, etc.
ANXUAL jiCB-CRIPriONS 5 f-w Ptal Union, and 0a
for other Coonlrie.
M trier order, pxyable to GKOK'IK WATKRH oo Pari or Loo-
d( n. or the equivalent in any local currency or pouge
' rrl'NI'AlU LETTERS KKKISKD.M
Addreaa-. The IRtNCII TRAtK JOURNAL k. KF.rORTKK,
met If It. Ruede utiaDroi, rari. trance.
CUR NEK OK
Beale and Howard Streets,
HAN FRANCISCO, CALllORMA
AT. II. TIALOK, .-- Fre-ldeat,
JOS. MOORE, ... Saperinteadent,
IN ALL ITd BRANCHES'.
ENGINES AND BOILERS,
lllzh Presare r Campoaad.
1TK4.M VESSEI of all kind, built complete with
Hull cf Wool, Iron or Compoaiie.
ORDINARY EXC1. compounded wb n advisable.
STKA.M l..4lNC-IIES. Barter an I Meam Tuir con
tructed with fference lo the Trade in which they are lo
be employd Speed, tounage and draft of water guaran
teed. ttL-f.AR MII.I- -NI MOAK .MAKING
VI 4CIII.NEKV mde after tr.e nut approved plans.
Also, ail tier Iron Work onin-cte-l therewith.
V 4 T tr K I'll'K.of Boiler or Sheet Iron, f any sue.
'wiade'lo .. table leriglh. f.,r cooncct.ng U.get(r. or heet
Boiled, runcbe.1. and backed r Shipment, ready lo be
veteJ oo Ihe ground.
II V D K V I.I C II I V .T INI.. Boiler Work and Wa
ter l-po made by ibi E.taMi.hmeni. Riveted by Hy
draulic Riveting Machinery, lhat ouahly of work being
tar uperior to band work.
ill f V IlKK. rhip and Sis-am CapsUn. Sur.m Wimh
4 ir and Circulating Pump., made after the Bl ap-p.,.-.
- l PS. Oirevt Acting Pump, for Irrigation or City Wa
Vtr om' purpne, bu.ll with th-celebrated Davy alse
Motioa. superior W inj o""1 PatD d&hl I
AGENTS lor Worthington Duplex gleam Pump.
TO 3IEIUIMNTS, PMIEliS, IJI.
JAMKsm.VN M KK( lltM
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'II KV III N l I.
Cftdrrtak-s l!,e pun Ii..- a:; 1 :.;, ii.-:.t f a'
a-. d. .,f l.ril--.
v. -r !-r.
i t rl if ' r
'.h and Uottl.nlal i-4. J i : I..- k' 4 i ,
at rt i nih-r ir? on li.tr l j '. wi n t-.r
lelivred rx a!, p flu: wi h .ijit f .r tj" a c-.utr. 1 .-.t
Hnr,. lu u. r.ch Or t-r ui I- a-.r .mi.a:. - 1 1 y r--ti. :..- .
pay ahie in Imd-m or 4' ft tMij ; "r i.e w.:i ori '.0
day tight a-.irit c-jTibrinrl crel.' fr .11 il .1... u u 11 -.-r
or o;h-rwi,e. to tint th c"nei.i-n ! bjjrv
ML-.-Ri Vd G IRWIN ,'., llov.iu-u
HON W. L. ORLr.N, II ...a u.
lio.N J W4I KKK, II ... , u a.
THE AiiRA HANK.'.Lin..ivd,. I. i. .....
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:NT Til r OPKN INCJ!!
N. 3 L" M i u Si., mil Is .So. 'J Kujiur
aaa No. U3 flofrl M .
Express Nos. 7. 9, 32. 34, 53. 91, 193,
First Class Horses and Carriages
To Kn l ai
t.jr ll ...r ! he !.y t Nijjlit.
Frcmptly , Attended tc
IIS. I reus Kr u wmi Mr.
p il t'i pi in.: Ii'.r I Ihr
Hf k or Mi.i.iIi.
JAS. G. HA YSELDSH,
anCHITECT & BUILDER,
Detail Drawings !
M-.lc on aItC'-it -is -nil at hrt n kc.
Estimates Given on all Vork
f"i.ii. rf.l i: Ii the
H h' II.. r ii be In
IRON. STONE. BRICK. CONCRETE.
BRIDGE OR WOOD VORK.
Wi.l iail ai.y put nt I he nlh'-r l-anN l K.-IIMxTK
ai.a HUH I I.AN5 f..r pr. jHm. I
Mill Works, Bridges or Residences
Modification of Old Buidimjt a S tci'ihty.
First Class Work Guaranteed
CHARGES MODKRATK !
ADIRIM: JS. ii. II VSKI.DF.N.
Care of Arclnit-ct & :in!.l-r,
s U. WiLDtk tr "o . Ilono'u'u. il. I. n'.-O ly
TO THE PUBLIC
renne at Nu. I H Nuuai.u tr-rt, inteiidiiiK to crry
on batiiica aa
PLUMBERS, GAS FITTERS
Our Ions exp riei.ee as ME CI I I Nli'S ararraiita ui i-i s
ine that oar iea? vciilure will met-t a wuiit long tell iu this
All Orders we may be Favored With,
Atteniel to uader our cwa Persjail
And executed in a thoriu. Il, c liitl-ot and arorkmaulikj
Banner, on the moat tpprored auitaiy I'liui-ipl'-a.
BY STRICT APPLICATION to BUSINESS
WE Tlll'Sr TC MKR1T A
SHARE OF PUBLIC PATRONAGE !
And e (ball at all tiui-aenJeavi.r I gieour 1'a roi.a
the utmost aatieUction. both in i-rlccu-.n ol
Work and Mod-r ilr Chuig-J.
BATHS, WATER CLOSETS, W.ISJI BOWLS, Etr.,
ALWAYS ON IIAM
pnecitl All uti'.n eieen to the A'.ling up of the r-PHINO
F 1 LU O AS M AC 11 1 N ;.
UKOWN' At I'll I I.I.I I'S
Plumber. Un Kitt.-ra and C..periiiiths
Oppcxite P. T, Lenel.an Co.. No. IS Nuuanu M.
A IVTew Departure !
rat lll.: IM)r llM(;KI HKfiS TO INFORM
1 b a Fr.eiul and Patron, that he baa v.rat-il Li old
premiM-e on r'ort alrert. nar l.uc Planing Mill, and has re
nioveil to a
Large and Commodious Premises
K.H-cialty built lor him.
n Kiln tioa Stro(;t
B'k of the Chlnee Tl t-alre. and next t L n.e'a
Wareboute, hcre be b.i eTery Inriiaiea lo
Boat Building and Repairing !
IN ALL If.-i liR A NCH KS.
Vnx Ii-icl t" lost
MAUK T OrUlll ON MIoRT NOTICK
Repairing Promptly Attended to,
At Moderate Rale Thorough Vormnhip tiuoante. d.
nol'JCni H. B. RYAN.
I hereby give public notice that I WII.I. NOT lw ir.
p.)lisille to the public hi n they (;o elirwhi re ami pay
Lig price. HEI'OKE lalltuj at my New Store, 11 t'vrt
Street. (. aiiipWH s new buii.iinj. Ther. they will tind the
largest airtui ut ef Solid W alnut an ! I.oW I'KICKH
Furniture. Parlor Sets, l-omie. Matlrases. kr.
Piano aud rana and every ilem-nptiou ef Mtisi.al
nierchandi,-. raitititiys. Kiiraviti:.'s, A Il.ntypis
Cironioa. Mottoe. ir. I'i. tnre Kran.i ina-Ie to order.
All klud uf 1'icture- Frame and t'erni.-e MihiMiui!,
Eraeket-s. Hat Kai k.. W hatnots. Mui.ii- Stands, xe.. at
prices hitherto unknown iu Honolulu.
We also have the Three I.i a linn Sewing Ma'lliTH-.
st. john : st. John : ! sr. John : :
The only nta. Line rtinuiiig l"th as without ilian'
inu the directum ef the Work.
s.I'KINtfFIFI.I ! sriUNtiUKLl) ! ! SI UINliHKI.I ! ! !
AMF.RIiAN! A M KUIl AN '. '. AMKKIi'AN ! '. '.
The largest and best atisertiiirut .f R'".i1k (p rsonally
Ht-leeted) for the holiday trade, li7 Fort St.. II . -in 1 u I n .
454s JAI'ANENK DKIOK ATI Y K KINS
at V4FI.I' Ml'SIt" STORK loT. 113. and 11" Fort St.
OCX KII evV CO.,
Corner r'.rl A. Iloltl iirrrin.
Are Constantly Receiving- New Additions
AND WELL ASSORTED STOCK
x" y Gr z o cl s .
K. NC" V GlHlH-.MI.hV M T I N.
,U nnl KMIlKOIIIKKIt.S
Following are a few of the Leading Lines :
French. nt:U-h and Ani.r:ru PilliS in all Colors,
China Silk in all colors. I'l.nnee Silk'.
liei.t' Poncee Silk hlrls. Fine S.Ik l.'nderhirl.
Limn l.awn. f ancy Mu.lins, KdKHig..
I .a. lie a' ine l.'mler.ear.
H LI. ASsOltrMKNT OK
Men's and Youths' Clothins, Hats and Caps.
IT Id. litTIS AT I.OW lKlt KS
JUST RECEIVED per DISCOVERY
Fringe and Trimming.
j lie' Fancy Ne. k'.ie. .1: colors.
Lace E.I; rif l y rv-ry Meano r- can II vr lo ;
W hite pre. 0- o ls I r I. ...lie..
Afiortment .f tii.e Handkerchief f- r . hri?tm.,
Oih-r Chri'tma ti..J.
Come Quick fbi I3aiyrains !
All Ihe abfve are beit. soid at Ihe very l.oWrrT M4R
KtT RATES. (el" l) (iOU KIM & CO.
(i ommcrci.U -Aeittscr.
s. rriM) ay
. . MAIN H 11.
j;-f-:e Ili Il' lu.r Jin!;,''' AfsTIN.
njii xihiy, htL M.iTi'li.
In th- in ittt r -f th- Will "f Mury.tri-t Kwii;
SualL, ih--.-.a;J. ;tU'lof the administration i-f the
liit.tt-.- "f Dni-1 Smith, tlt-ceaed.
On 7th January, Mr. S B. Dole filed a petition
.ikiii' t . he ;tpp-i!i.t-l admirastr.ttor ff the
tat'.- "f tin- hit.,- Mrs. Smith. Th iil t-xhil.itfl
h'j-nl th.it Mrs. Smith hail mad? her Lu.shaiid
ht.r .s"lt- t-xi-.-ut'jr. ("apt. Smith liel rirst ami
1' It his prip rty to Mrs. Smith, mil nitnlr ht-r
his sole t--cutrix. Mr. Iul hal aeted for Mrs.
Smith in the udriiiiiistrntiou of th?.- estate.
At th- h. arin ou Si l of Ftl... II. I!. M."s
C-miiiis--i''ii r ami ("oiisul (Ien-ral, Major Yo.l-
iilsc, iij.pi alcd, and through his couueil, Mr.
K. 1". liivkerton, iiaini'-il that Mrs. Smith :ts it
Driti-h suhj'.-ct at h-r d- ath and thitt the udmin-
-.tr.it ion of the estut'- fi ll to him.
The ( "oiirt IioW lend' rd the follow iiig de-i-.ioii
in the pr misi-s :
Th- I" titii.ner is Mr. Sanfonl I'.. IuU-. a
ouiisellor of this court, v ho does i.t i-laim t l
tdminist' r as a relative ir creditor of eith-r f I
the said 1 i l sons. d e aM-d. ';
The petition hhcv.s that Mr. Ii ile was the ;
It-gal adviser and trutie of Mrs. Smith who was
tin- sol d'-visee, lt-gate- and administratrix with j
the i!l iilineX' d of the e.stiite of her husband j
i . . . i i it .,.;, i .i...........i 1.,. 1.. ..;..,. I
111' ..iin I'uiii. I .'until it'll f-. ia, rj iia in-.uiu .
Apiil th, ls" ; that the estate now in his j
hands I' ft bv both te .tators amounts to alKiut
three thousand dolliirs of reul property and
foiateen thousand d-diais of personal property.
I hat there are several claims still unsettled
uailist the estate of Ialiiel Smith, deceased.
1 lie petitioner pri st nls the will of Mrs. Smith
which hits been duly proved bearin; date April
'1st. ISTll. mid bv wbich she leaves all of li.-r
separate, real ami personal estate to her husband
the said Il.tnit I Smith, deceased, his heirs nnd
Mr. Dole claims to administer on loth estates
Also the Honorable James 11. Wodehouse. Com
missioner and Consul-General of Her Majesty
the Qiic u of (Ireat ISritiaii, appears personally
tnd bv his counsel Mr. 1,. I-. bickertou, autl
claims to be entitled to take possession of the
estiite b lonino t Mrs. Smith for the benefit of
her heirs, and next of kin under the treaty stipu
lations between Great lOltl.Ull and this Killt- 1
d im, upon the oroiiiid that Mrs. Smith at the j
time of her death was a l.ritisli subject. It was i
admitted that when the will of Mrs. Smith was
made and thereafter to the time of his death.
Daniel Smith, was her husband, and was a
citizen of this Kingdom.
The laws of (rreat Britain relative to the whole
matter and the position of Mrs. Smith, as to
maitei aim iiie innmuu ui .un. .11111111, os 10
citizenship upon the facts shown were presented '
iu pamphli t form by Mr. Wodehouse, H.B.M.'s
Commissioner and Consul-General and proved
and admitted to be now iu foroe.
Mr. Wodehouse also swore that Mrs. Smith,
prior to her husband's death and when he the
said Daniel Smith was in California, and some- i
time prior to June, lbSl, came to him and said !
she was roceediu.if, to San Francisco to join her j
husband, and she o'id lif t know what niioht hat)-
pen on aeeount of the dangerous condition of ;
Uis health, ami reiiestetl nun as such Commis
sioner and Consul-General to accredit her as a
British subject to ll.M.'s Consul in San Fran
cisco, so that she might claim his good offices
should she require them. The letter was given
in accordance with the request. The letter is
not produced, but the statement of the witness
as to its contents is taken us true.
The witness also, under this objection and
exception he having stated that he had been iu
the Consular service for twenty years aud knew
the laws whereof he spoke, was allowed to testify
that the letter delivered to Mrs. Smith would, if
presented by her, have given her all the pri
vileges of a Dritish subject at the Consulate at
San Francisco. And further that the Cousul at
San Francisco, nii'rht, ou that letter, have is
sued to Mrs. Smith the certificate of restored
citizenship speciueii in section o oi me laws in j yielded nve-nunureullis ol a grain, or a nine
proof. . more than one five hundredth lor each floret. One
There was however, no evidence that the let- ' iea(i 0f common red clover gave a little over one
ter was ever presented to the San Fraucisco ,entn o) n ra;n exactly .1224). Now each
i ousuiaie or to any ousiu or oiucer oi xi.jj.oi.
or that a certificate required by the British laws
in proof to restore to Mrs. Smith to British
citizenship was ever given or asked for. By the
Hawaiian law and the British law, until formally
restored, Mrs. Smith, following the citizenship
of ht-r husband Daniel Smith, deceased, was a
Hawaiian citizen. Daniel Smith died in Cali
fornia about the 23d day of June, 1S.S1. Mrs.
Smith died iu Honolulu on or about the Oth day
of October, lfl.
On examining the British and Hawaiian laws
I have no doubt that Mrs. Smith at the time of
her death was a Hawaiian citizen aud not a
citizen of (Sreat Britain. Under the British law,
section as proved, she was what is called a
statutory alien, aud section 8 as proved, among
other things, provides that upon making certain
satisfactory proofs to the certifying officer the
statutory alien may apply for a certificate
..... - 1 TTTSV
' hereinafter rt ferreii to as a certificate ol re
" admission to British nationality re-admitting
" him to the status of a British subject."
" The said officer shall have the same dis
eietion as to the giving or withholding of the
certificate of naturalization aud an oath of
" allegiance shall in like manner be required
" pievioiisly to the issuing of the certificate. A
statutory alien to whom a certificate of re
' admission to British nationality has been
" granted shall, from the date of the certificate
' of re-admission, but not in respect of any
" previous transaction resume his position as a
British .subject ; with this qualification, that
within the limits of a foreign State of which
he liecame a subject, he shall not be deemed
" to be a British subject unless he has ceased to
be a subject of that foreign Stale according to
" the laws thereof, or in pursuance of a treaty
" to that effect." As we have seen there is no
proof that the deceased testator ever applied for
or obtained this certificate or took the oath of
allegiance to Great Britain as required.
Subdivision 2 of section Id provides that a
widow being a natural born British subject and
" a statutorv alien niav as such, at anv tune
d-, . -, i,- . i f
tiling widowhood, obtain a certificate of re-
Milllllrs,si( ill III lritisll llILtlollM Iir V 111 Tit:i1liwr
rovidid bv this Act
When the testator applied for aud received
the letter to accredit her as a British subject,
she was not a widow, and under the British law
could not have been re-admitted to British
citizenship. .Neither ty tne Hawaiian law nor
bv anv treatv stipulation had the testator at the !
time of her death ceased to be a Hawaiian
citizen. And so I feel constrained to deny the
application of the Commissioner aud Consul
tit ueral of Her British Majesty to take posses
sion as such, of the estate of the testator
The Commissioner further asks, if not allowed
to tiike the estate as a matter of right, as claimed,
that he may be appointed to be administrator of
the estate of the testator in compliance with our
laws upon the ground that the heirs and next
of kin of the testator are citizens of Scotland re
siding there and that they or some ot them have
writtt n to him regarding the testator's estate.
He is willing to consent that Mr. Dole or any
other should he appointed to complete the ad
ministration of the unadministered estate of
Daniel Smith, which as appeals above still
requires some administrative action.
It set ins however, to the court that one person
i can as well administer both estates
! The presentation of thr- will for probate by
; Mr. Dole, I think, is sufficient regularly to con
j ft r the riuht to appoint an administrator.
See section Ul-2 ,,f the Civil Code.
The ('motion is then whether to appoint Mr.
Dob-or Mr. NVod. house. The relatives of both
Paiihl Smith and Margaret Ewing Smith, are I
beiieve, ltsideiits of Scotland and subjects of
The pttitioiier says there is likely to be a con
test between the heirs of the two testators for
the bulk of the property. I do not intend now
to decide upon the feasibility of such a contest. It
is sure however, I think, that under the statute of
Wills Civil Code, chap. 3:i Mrs. Smitais" will
when made, only applied to property which she
In Id in her own rivjht. she then beinr a married
woman, (s. section llOl.) Her husband, then,
under h r will. la ve, could have taken personally
more than this separate property which the
Ciise shows wns small. By his will and death it
wor.l.l seem that Mrs. Smith's property was
much atiL;umented. and it appears that as his
administratrix with the will annexed, and as his
sole devisee nnd legatee, she at the time of her
death Lad taken possession of all Lis property.
The will of Mrs. Smith pivt- In r t-state to her
htisl-aiiJ Hai.ul Siuitb, as sole devisee and
I.-imUv uii-1 t.. hi'. Ltiis.iti'l asi-4U. lie died
l fi.re th..- tt.it r. Th-ri ny did th 1; vis-e an. I
:.i. v lapse V
It at the ! -t. a dou' tfe.l fiiirstioii for the
j representatives i I'.-niiel Smith, hut it is un
! ne. ss try now . h ide it, and I shall ii"t d so.
However, iis a-! th- heir and next of km who
are entithd t 1 1 1 1 t-states art- siAijeets of (Ireat
Hritain. I Lave e. -miu.i- d to Lriai'.t administra
tion to Mr. Wod.-h 'Us.-, asf-K-i.it iu with him by
his r.-.pu-st. Mr. Thom.,s U. W.i'.ker, thi-y con
senting to the juris.iii tion of this court, and to
obey all the ord- r- made in probatt '-r (.therwise
herein, as though Hawaiian citizens.
Hefole His IbMlor Jli.l0'e Ml CCI.l-V.
Iu the iiiutt'-r of tht- Estate of James S. Lemon
deceased. On Ilth Feb., on the petition of th?
widow of the l-.tte Mr. Lvliion. Mr. II. 11. Maefar
lane was appointed temporary administrator.
The petition was now heard. Evidence was (
yivcii i-stiiiiiitiu th.- viilue of d-ce.isds er
souiil projierty at oi1, and of his real estate
at 1s,ijoo. No had been found, and at the j
reipl'-st of Mrs. I.'-;noii, Mr. Heury M'acfarlatie ;
was npjM.inted u'lmiuistrator of the estate. Bond
tiled at r?lU,IMH.
In the jilattt-r of the proof of the will of John
I'raser deceased. I tiliou for l'robute was pr- :
sented by Messrs. John F.na, and T. It. Foster. .
the executors lialnt d ill the will, on loth ult. 1V ;
the will the property of deceased, v.hich is esti- ;
muted to be worth 5-o.mhI, (of which r?2,MM is
real estate) is to be cipia.iy divided between his
five sisters, noi.r- of whom are resident here.
Letters testim. n: iv were ordered to issue to the
petitioners. Uo:..! ilst-d at ?.", UM.
In the niiitter ! the guardianship of Kiite L.
Hogei-s, and Ivimnnd II. Iliigers, miiiuis. I'pou ,
reading the pi titiou of Win. L. Howell, the Court !
ajIointed thi- peiitioner guanliiin of the persons
nud property of the minors. Dond fixed at $--"50.
Iu the matter of the will of Louoakeawe k, de
ceased. The executor, Mr. 1). Dayton presented
his final accounts, which were approved and dis-
j charge granted.
I" "-' matter of the will of James Thompson
deceased. The executor Mr. 1. l);iyton present
ed his final accounts and was discharged from
his executorship after paying over to the widow
who Mas present, her one third share of the es
tiite. Mr. Dayton was appointed guardian of
the balance of the estate, during the miuority of
the heir, with leave to expend the interest, and,
if deemed necessary the principal, for the educa
tion and support of the child.
What Bees Accomplish.
By far the most serious difficulty iu the proceed
f houev Cwlleelinjj by bees (nays a writer in
! Good Words ") arises Iroin the extremely uiin-
r- ,, 10 11
"'e quantity of nectar l.ich each flower yields.
O MU LU lis I U I 1 1 unit k O 111 aTVtiaa vun.c uo a
j in saccharine matter that its sweetness is not ap
preciable to the tonjjuc. The strength of the
sugary fluid varies in different flowers, and even
in the eaiuc flower at different tiinee. Conse- j
quently the most direct way of estimating the
yield ol honey is to aecertaiu the actual quantity
of sugar in each flower. This can easily be done
by chemical methods. If we take a large number
,, flowers, wash out the nectar, and determine
the uiiir in the solution, we can calculate from
the number of flowers used the average amount 1
of sugar in each flower with the greatest pre- !
Experiments conducted in this way showed j
each flower of the fuchsia to contain little more j
than the teuth part of a grain of sugar. In j
monkshood the amount was rather less than the
tenth ol a grain, while in the everlasting pea it
was found to be three twentieths of a grain for J
each flower. In smaller flowers the quantity is
proportionately less. Thus each flower ol the J
little naturalized American water-blink only con- j
tains six hundredths of a grain, and in tlier-e
minute flowers which grow together m compact
masses the amount was still smaller. A raceme,
j consisting of twenty flowers of the vetch, only j
' J . - ' .
head of clover contains about sixty distinct flower I
mho p:ie!i of whie.li must therefore have a nor- !
tion of sugar not exceeding the one five hundredth
part of a grain. The proboecia of the bee must
consequently be inserted into 500 clover tubes
before one gia;n ol sugar can be obtained. There
arc 7000 grains in a pound, so that for every
pound of sugar procured in this way 3,500,000
flower tubes must be emptied Honey, however,
only contains three-fourths of its weight of dry
sugar ; so that every pound of honey is equivalent
to more than 2,500,000 wlovcr tubes sucked by
The (jAr-TRoscorE. Any discovery or invention
which tends to improve our knowledge ol the hu
man body is heartily welcomed, and more espe
cially by dyspeptic individuals when it relates to
the stomach. They will therefore be glad to hear
that a most remarkable invention has lately been
perfected lor viewing the inside ol the stomach by
the aid ol the electric light. The instrument is
known as the gastroscopc, nnd it may at once be
mentioned that it has already been tried with per
lect success. The gastroseope conrists of a long
flexible metal tube formed of from filly to sixty
annular piece united by lateral joints, ho that it
is completely closed whether curved or straight
The joints are also fashioned in such a way as to
make the tube almost perfectly smooth. At the
bottom of the tube is a small lantern of jjlass,
Containing a loop of platinum wire connected with
the ton ol it. where there is an eyepiece. When
; a diagnosis jo to be made the tube i9 passed down
; the jeophagus until its end reaches the stomach.
i The wire is then connected with an electric bat-
i tery. and a current is passed through, powerful
i enough to bring the platinum to a white heat and
! cniise it to give out a brilliant light in the lan-
' tern, llays fall upon that part of the stomach
opposite a little window just above the lantern,
i are reflected back, and thence again upwards by
I means of a rinsra. I'hcv pass through several
. .:, : . i....a ..r ,i. ,.,),,
itiirco unto iiivy uiiivu i uic '"-"u oi uic i u &.
,.!. ,, .tn....,,i ... ,i.
: . J .. J
and thus the observer is able to see t1 at
pi V it;,
part of the stomach opp site the window, nnd
consequently any portion of it to which the win
dow is turned. The invention, which comes from
Vienna, is likely to prove of treat value to medi
cal men, and as was before stated will meet w ith
the hearty approbation of dyspeptic mortnls.
12F Boys' all wool suits from $-1
J. FlSHKEs' rOPl'LAU STORE.
MACAl'LKV, who bn. been rr.iclenl
5aj of Honolulu for the 151 13 years, would inform the
public that he is Ihe ON LY PI A N O FOR IS MAKER and
TL NEK on the Sandwich Island-, having manu'actured and
tuned for some of the greatest Ait:.ts livinir. ranging over a
period of 45 years, which i endorsed by tneir recommend i- j
ttons. The following name are a list of Atlists that he hs '
luued for: Thalberir. Uorlschalk. Madle. le Murka, Ma- 1
lame States' Onera Troiine. Jeunv CUtis. Mxdtme Simonson. !
Madam Levy, Mis Montague. Henry Kitten, etc .Mr. M-
Caulev tuuea on the even tempcrmet.t so lhat the Pianoforte is
i in perfect harmony throughout the entire instrument, and j
Will Keep in tun .- longer man nauoionea miru ill anjr oiner
way by any other tuner. Huffing and KepHiring a specialty,
i The old Buffing being removed from Ihe HnmDers, the new
! Bulling the tame aa the original Buffing, which make the In-
! strument a bri liant in tone as it was when il was matiufac
; tureJ. Mr. M acauley d ies not clue any chamois leather over
! the old ButTinir. to m ike Ihe public believe, tha th-? Instrument
; it rebuffed. This Bulling c in be een in the window of Mr. C.
' E. Williams' Furniture More on Fort street, where orders will
; be received, or at hi own Ke dence. 124 Kort Mreet, Honolu
lu. All kinds of Musical Instruments Tuned and Repaired,
and guaranteed to be in perfect order.
IT" rianolortr nud Violin .Muaie Fnrniah
el fur Hull. nul I'rivale t'urtira.
fe25 lm S. M AC A I LEY.
ZiJ I continue to sell crc-tons at 2o cents per
yard, A very small assortment left at Chs. J.
FlsUEIJi' POPCLAU STOItB.
il'CK ( IlKK HAS THIS II I V SOLI) OCT
I'M his interest in the Wo s.ns K Co. Kiee Plan lation, and
is no longer auth irircd lo sign the firm name.
WONG LKONG CO.
Dated llonoln'u, Keb. 15lh. 1SS2. feiS 4t
Z& The only place to buy Gents gooo cloth
ing at the very lowest bates is at Chas. J.
FlsatLS POPCLAB STORE.
nnr tU"crti.srranu.5. i
THE UNDEF.SIONED HEREWITH KEv't'LSTs THOSE
to w'uoru he is lti:l, l.t.' I. aal also tbse whu are iu lt'.'te.l
to him to prefect m l . tt! tu.-ir a. . euuts wjthm the
next Thirty Pa. a- it i t.: ii.:, titt.-a I lean- tlie Kin
doiu abciit .j r.l It tin.t. S. MvOMS
Huiiolultt, Mar. h :iril. Ivi. I:1r 4 t
The iiu.l. rsUueJ lss:t!(; dl.ed i f all Lis iutere.t iu
the Bia. ksuiilhin ai:J I'arriJge UaVtu BuMu. s- t, Mr.
XI .1. Rose, hereby r-quet a'l thi-se u ho are iuJrl'ted to
him, to make iuituediate aymeut to him of their ai -count..
s. M. WHITMAN.
Ditt d Honolulu. January 1st. 1b;,j. jan 3
In the Hitter of the Estate of Manuela
A L,t. I'KKSUN IMIKH1KI1 TO I II K Ks-
.'m ta:e -f vtcuc! M kaiii. -e.a .1. are hrrel.y n I fl -.i
to make imuie iinle payment to the ua lt-rsi.-ni l-, nJ all prr
son hiTinx c!a nn gainat the id Kstate. mut pres-nttte
9. me a-ith ibe proper f ucher, w.tlun 10 months from ti.e
' date here .f.
By J. M. DA VI lir-oN. t.ia Attorney.
I AdmuiintraUr of the Ks:.te ot Manuel Makalii.
; Honolulu, March 4:h. iStl. mar 4t
VOI U K IS HK.Kr.BV (ilVKN TO Al l.
Lt; per-onsaho have any ilnuanda '-r cUi:n ai imt the
t.lle 1 f Ka;K.lei ( w ). Kte of Katnoihili. o.hu. dec. ard. to
preaent the aan.e to Hie und-r.-gtit-l. proK-r:y autheiuiotte.t
ariihiu aix DionThi fr-.m Una lUtc.or they will be forever barred,
and all person in lehtrd 10 the ti.te are hereby u Hilled to
pay the ume to the uiiiierii:nrd
JOSE ANTONIO SNTOS,
Atlininistia'or with the Win auuexe.t of K.vjK):ei (w ,. tlec'd.
Honolulu. March 4th, 15S2. mart 3t
a TIIK IM)KKI(; Kl. IIV VIRTl'KOF j
"9 the authority in nu Tented n 1 he r-speclive rowers of
Attorney of the K-ionz liui.lc, Mau Sag. Qjoug l.ee. Wing Joy ;
Kf-, I ai le atni I'ai si:jr Coiuiaiii.-a f Wuiuitna o. R.Hil,ia- j
poko. :.hu. exrouud the "th dy of Jauuury lst paat, h-
ape. int-i VVa lluoii, o( said Wainmnalo. to act for me an. I in 1
iu a eu.l i 1 all inatt.-ra of busitie.19 .-..i.nrcted w-.tri a d Com i
p mie iluring my abaein-e from Ihe Kingdom.
L. A K MI .
Ilcoolulu, Krb. 20l)i, IS 2. fe'ii 3t
4 I.I. BII.L.N I) I K. TO TIIK I'MlhKMG.V
.lk El not settled UEEOKE MAKCll lota, will be placed
I in the hand of a Collector tor recovery
; feistl WEN v Kit CO.
AT N . NX I" A I. MKKIIM; OF TIIK
Stock In .Idera of the HAW A 1 1 A N Br.l.l. TKI.EI'HON K
! CO held Ja.iutkry 31st, lSs-.'. the folio in,- officers cure ilcc.i l
' to serve fur the euiiuinir year, to wit:
! Ilou II A. Wi leuiat.n.. President
! Hon. O. II. llishop Vice-I'iesident
j C. O. herger ..CSccretary .V Treasurer
J.ll Paty... kudtor
leis in C 11 ltt.KUi.lt, Secretary.
HIG MO,TOO YOf.M'N CHOI. I.K A N
Tu-n and Lo Tai. are no longer member of the firm
KTJM WO So CO.,
85 Nuuanu street. liotio ulu. and that firm will nol be respon
sible fir .ny delus contracted by these pnrlie The bnnineiis
will, in future, be carried on iu the same premise aa heretofore
the remaining pirlneri. under he e firm name f
mnr4 lm K V M Hi) TAI KKK & CO
KKSIKO r. III.K TOIJNG WOMAN s
Nurse Maid in a private fitni y One rhild only in the
family. Wage will be $20 per month and board. Enquire
at (marl tf) H AWAIIAN HOTM.
BUGGY & HARNESS
FOR SALE !
ajT-aij n.VB NEW Ol'KX 111 GUV AM)
II A UN KSS cuiplee, price 125. Kr.qulre at
thi Office. ja-2S tf
You can buy a most beautiful straw hat
for only Si, at Chas. J. Fishklr' popular
SIX SHOTS FOR 23 CENTS.
BJ A RRY WEST Ai CO.. WISH o NOTIPV
1 the public ihil they hare opened the
On Hotel Street, between Fort and Nuuanu rStreet
j i0pen Every Evening until 10 O'clock
T 1E3L 3EE5
BOSS HARNESS SHOP
02 K IN S r i; KRT.
To Planters, Eipressmsii & Other
YOU WANT A GOOD ARTICLE
WHERE YTO WILL GET IT,
of All Kind on Ha' d and Made to Order,
SOLD AT THE LOWEST PRICE !
IC7- Iook At 'T lairs : o
Double Plough Harness ..From $20 00 up
do Carriace or Expret Harness 40 00
Single Carriage llarues 30 00
Break llarnes 35 00
lray llarnes- 32 50
Mexican Sadilles 12 00
Knglish Saddles 18 00
I adiea' fadlles... 15 00
ALL GOODS WARRANTED
AS KKPRESENTED AND
Guaranteed For Six Months !
C7 I Superintend all Work that
leaves My Shop. I don't peddle Cane,
Hogs. Hen Fruit or Cold Water,
I Make Harness and sell them. Res
fe4 W. FENNEL.
P. A. DIAS,
So. 78 KING STREET, nearly ophite B.thel St.
IION'OLI I.C II. I.
IMPORTER and DEALER
t:Gl.lSH ANI t.MKItlCAX WINKS,
SPIRITS. A I.K. IIKKKS, ir..
CONSTANTLY" ON HAND.
Inland Orders Solicited, jy Uenieinhcr the Number 78
King Street. jil'&j 6m
E. S. CUNHA.
RETAIL WINE DEALER.
I f.V THE REAR OF H A IV J II A .V GAZETTE BUILD-
l.yU, yO. 23 MERCHANT STREET.
jan 1 SI
MRS. J. SIMMONS,
VOCAL UII IMIU.HT.U JUSIf,
No. 31 Beretania Street-
M AN U FACTORY and BAKERY,
I'rattital Confcrtlonrr, Pa-dry Cook and Bakrr,
No. 7 5 Hotel ttreet, between Nuuanu and Fort,
jin 1 81
LESSONS GIVEN IN
FRENCH, GERMAN, MATHEMATICS,
DRAWING and SCIENCES.
t25tf 103 .Nuuanu Avenue, or P. 0. Box 25.
tri)" A vt ry lar-e ass nt-ut nt of tine white rni-
tubroidt ries at ri-.ir; s never otT.ed before, nt
("lis. J. FlsHKt.s" 1'OlTUl; sTol-.K.
PORTABLE OR PERMANENT
Kl. I.KNUTOsi. 14 Iba I'tlU V 4 K I
oj Yor ii'c t. arrive -r luke cl Aoercorn from
l.iverp.l. Aip.y 1
VV. L ORIKN, -r
U W. M ACK A K L N E A Co.
ik26 :f At-.-ni ft.r Johu Fo.ler A Co
KISTLER & SMITH,
NO S9 HOTEL STR E KT,
I31iiiii1oi V Ot.littei!S,
Stoves 6c Ranges,
Tl SHEET VJLUS AMI COPPER W ARE,
Keep Constantly i u h 01J a Larg.- and !"ojei.or Assortment of
.AL IMKO I Ut aad LEAD PIPE.
dol Rl ly
HIVE THIS 01V
51 A SELF
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT,
Dealer in Dry Goods, Hardware, &
F. D'A. MARQUEZ.
HON l A I'd. K A f. II A W All.
August 12'.h, 1SSI. aug27.6m
Mac nr:ilr i. I rban Safes,
Fiif-proof, l ire i. Uurh.r I'mof, &. lEnrKUr Proof,
tnwiller sizes constantly on hand.
Orders fur l.are Sizes Killed at Shortest Notice.
Old Safes Tiikrn hi l'rlian;r.
Babcock's Fire Extinguishers !
Platform, Dormant, and Combination Beam Stairs!
) f For Price nnd Circular, write lo
1. O. It K KG Kit,
General A lent for the Hawaiian Islands.
E. B. THOMAS.
BRICKLAYER & BUILDER.
t A RTK'l'LA H ATTENTION PAID TO
Setting Steam Boilers, Furnace. Baker' Oven and
Manges, and all kinds of Heating Apparatus. Also, Variegated
Concrete Sidewalks. All worn entrusted to me win ie execu
ted promptly, and on reasonable terms.
Addressthrough the l'osl ofllce jan 1 61
Notice to Travellers!
MR- H- P, WOOD
HAS BEEN APPOINTED AGENT AT
MAHUKONA and KOHALA
S. f. k IIOIIIUU TIMSFIIE tO.
OFFICE AT Ilt. WIGHT'S STORE.
EsT" Baggage landed from the Steamer
and Delivered as per Aaddress:
S. F. & HONOLULU TRANSFER CO.
1 XX 13
"Big Collar " Harness Shop
C . HAMMER,
8; KING STKEET
PRACTICAL HARNESS MAKER!
Fine Single & Doable Buggy Harness
Concord and Mule Harness
Plantation Harness of all sorts,
Riding Bridles, Saddles & Whips
Currycombs, Brushes, Saddle Cloths,
And every necessary for stable use at
BEDROCK PRICES for CASH
ry Repairing of every description done in the best possible
Manner, with the best materials, at lowest workmen's rate.
All Work Guaranteed or Exchanged
&& Look for the "My Collar" -Sdl
jal SI t
TlaMXCwB: TO SAY
Vickery's Fireside Journal
Has the Largest Circulation of any Pictorial Paper on the
lslanda. I l-.e :iitereling keiches and Morie con
tained iu Each Numb--r are ol the moat inslruc
t ive nature, and ihe
L-arge Size Ghromos
Excels anything ever given away in this line.
Each Subscriber For $1.25
Receive monthly a piper fir a year, and with the
first number the I wo Handsome Chromo.
XT Over 400 new Suli.crlti.ru since November last, and
orders are daily comiii; in.
JOSKPH E. WISKMAN, Agent,
j alt 3m Office, 27 Merchant street, Honolulu, II. I.
1!f The best Pi rcale shirts, extra ccffs and
two collars, for only $1 50, ut Chas. Fishjclh
S8 KINO ffl'llKKT, OVER LYNCH' SHOE STORK.
SPECIFICATIONS DRAWN UP!
.Mrrhnnicnl I Suivryor. Ilrnugfat.
iuu Done, nii.l I'l.m. urj.l r nr leil
from Field NoK-a.
FREUli. ITILIAV, (.linii.V, SPiMSH,
POIiTI Gl ESE AM) ( HIi:sE,
Letters and Documents
Written in the above language.
XT .4 1.1. TRANSLATIONS GUARANTEED
Itina Iteeordx Searoliotl nua
noi2) I)oiiiiu-ntH ItcKlNtcrcd.
fiiraF" TLirty-two pieces all wool dress goods for
only 25 cents per yard, at Cus. J. Fishels' popc-
" . i :av":-"- 'A'ffiJr lu-y.-O..'
.hjst ki:ceivi:i !
1 1 KnYtit vrnv.U. a lige Lot of ClllUCK
O A I VV A . H H l.l-V.
II K V. r I ETC. El "..
Whir?! we will se'l I 0V1 a- fan I" t'OBghl la
Touu KlU ( AMI.
A I.Ml, E IviMhtl I, I WO OT
Putnam &, Co.'s Spring Brake
Carts, Easy, Light and
and are Mora Saprrior to the OrJIiiar) To-
Uhrelt d irt, a a I.lar la f Buir's')
U 1j ao l) Cart.
LAINE cSb CO.,
ui? tr Esri. iN .lE.
."mm'' Bai nt'Ew r tt
AMI EIUII, .MM LA MIOE FAERY lIA.
PORK SAUSAGES !
Our Customers are informed that we
TO PAY SPECIAL ATTENTION
BRANCH of OUR BUSINESS,
fill Gnaraiitcc to Please with Our Goods
I V THEY
GIVE US A CM 1,1- !
RAUPP & SCHRAEDER,
sel7 ly No. N. HwM-l alrrel.
1 ESI'Et'TKlTI-I.V I N I'OK M
Till. 11 11-
XV l lC tin
I.1C lhat they have purchad the l'.talili.biii-iii
?nto. 127 iroi'i1 srr.,
S. D. Burrows' Planing Mill
And ar now prepared In carry on tl.e bumiiea of
Coiitraclor.K A: IS nil tier.
Uudt-r the cornrallve Dime of
187 FOKT ST., IIONOI.I'I.U.
And thai by strict stlenlion In bu.iiiea. ibey will be war
ranted In reducing prices to a slandaid thai will limk it aa
inducement lor all purties wishing any work In Iheir Hue to
give them a call, and they will uo tin li beat endeavor! to iv
PlanlnK, Sliaplnc, Turnlu?,
Band nod Srroll Sawlnr,
Doors, Nash, Ullrd),
Door and Window FranirK,
ItrarLrls, IhillDstrrs, SI air, i:ir.,
Madr to Order
TvIOTJLI3INOB Sc FINISH
ALWAYS ON HANI.
ty All order filled on short no! Ice, and Jobbing promptly
Mouldings made to any pattern without extra charge lor
PRICE OF MACHINE WORK, $1.00' TO
$1.50 PER HOUR.
n r Orders from the other Island promplly tilled. I'laui
and speculations furnished to order.
J. II A It I KE,
II. F. IIEKTEI.MA N N.
By reading of Ibe vehicles of tlio nation of the
Antique World, we learn that their chariot wheel
wre made of iolid blocks of vrool, nimilur to those
made up by the schoolboy of to-ly in his first
effort at carriage making ; and it must be aahl,
notwithstanding the progress made in the means of
locomotion lo these modern iimT, the primitive
solid block wheels are still in uec in the wine grow
ing Islands of the KuHtern Atlantic, and on the
coast of Africa. However,
M. J. IIOSH,
in his istablishment on King Street, offers the
finest specimen, of mo lero art in carnage, manu
facture. He presents the furl host remive from the
solid block, in the production of the most perfect
combination of lightness and strength in his
wheels, ami oilers the most surprising results of
vehicular mechanism in his admirable
line, feggjr F;ily
Ulnlc Carts smcl
MR. ROSE imports the best of Eastern
timber, and executes all orders in the
most thorough, workmanlike man
ner. He has also opaned a
and will fill oiders lor
Fine Single and
II n I e Harness
And all kiiidn of
As we are frugal in our style, we can
afford to sell cheap. You can go farther
and fare worse than by calling on
M. J. ROSE,
.ag27,tr os. 78, 81 k 83 KING STREET.
1 I .-lj.i vjii.vij.-.;a,.",
aiJB lsl-l J, ;.i"t'"
mkiic i mi n, j hi i m 1 D l "-
i r." i .nu . vt.as1