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an 1 Mr J X M.x-stn. Mr H C Mi. Mr it .iroirrTill. Mr
I U.vtir.aod t rluilreo. Ill" tl iyuullri. Mr J Witts
kowakl. Mr M vir Mr T UUDufr, MrL Uunjr. .
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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, MARCH 24, 1S83.
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liy the a'ariilia v;:ir; 111 !
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Dear Sir: Our la-t a-lvie.--. wer.;.lat.l F.l.r'-.ary
10, ir I'lty of New Vork.
Sl' 1AI1.-1. lU lii.e-l are without i kaiic. There
Iia-i ri a slight lrnpr-ivt int-t.t 111 C'uha 0trifiio'aN
&t New V'.rk, whi h we in.w iip.t'i at 71 f,.r W.
There ha l e:i ri-iit; a i.ir ailvatn-e in Mariila,
and tin; La-ii at j.re-erit it ;. f-r !l"ainl 10 1.S.
in chr. Wc can iily m-i-imnt f'-r tlii-t a lvanes
upon the mipt.-iiti' .ii that lar-'e nrlTi were eal.I-l
ininif iliatfcl v urxm t!ie a-at;u f the new TarilT
15:11. whieh r'l:i'ei th't iluty ,n thi-i raI.; i.f
Manila ahmt x:r. jt I'd. hue :.,t : tt-
ceivfil a e..y T ti e ll.Il a jia--l. nut a e n-iw
nruli ritatiil. all tii;-ir- If low No. 1 1 J.S. in i-ol,.r
polari.n 7." inii-t p:iy 1 an l f,.r nr
aJJitior.al ile-rti.- .f ;nl.triiti' ri ? !i 1 e. Thn.i
bJtWi::i I t an I 10 I.S. 1:1 ef.l r. w:' i-.-it reii''! t
jolarizatiou. t.i'..- e;V et .fiin- 1.
KICK.- The -aiu.- a-. la-,t r ;u i. .. 1 T.r. linn. '
day Overland freight to :1, Fa .t !i ; 1. x 11 a.l
vancrd t 1 'i-.
FI.OL'U. Ool 11 lat. Fx Family. ;'k !). f.o.h.;
El I'vraJo, l."'.
OATS. fhiiir,- il.'M'i. M -d;u:u Sl.-v7'4.
UI:.VN.- ?17.Vl i-f-r t .ii f.o.h.
ItAKI.KY. -?I.l f .r i.o.l. HAY. -.:. .;.- e .ni-I.r.-.cd.
J.J; I.irt e 1 ah ?2J.."j'.
Tl-e new tan;!'. wh;eh tak' -i
c-learly 111. df rro.j.1 here. I, sit
the d'ltv will ! l'te. it 1!
erf. t J'liv
hu iiliil- rtafnl that
. on ihithin-' wim.U
fotiri :'. and under.
CIIAIITF.U . -Market very I 1 1 1 and without n
uiirv. Ihiin keet.i .1T and in -:nn se.-tioii.-i of th
htaui it a!.. ri.-e i-t now frit, wuile in otln-rs it will j
he need.-d within two we-k. l.a-t i-Ioirter, 2il i:it.
an iron nhi; M. Cork. I'. K.
F.Xl'H AM li. tl ) dy. I. .,1 1 ,:i .:ii j: l- f.r,
4'JVI. New Yi-rk siitht. J'n- r ;:i.
DF.I'AIlTl'UI.S. - Fe!. -ii. t..: ' :"... ri - it : F !..
27. ' ; . Han-.. 11 : Mar. 1. hark V. ihihaua :
Mar. J. ;:.r. :,.; .Mai. 7. hktii'. Vi". Ii. Ii
nmal: Mar. A, l,:.!-i-. J. A. t i-.lr.i n!. r,'.
ri:o.IKl.TFI IiF.rAUTLKF.-. -Mar. 11. hark
II. W. Almy. I ri-c W. II. M'-yer. Iii,' Hivriati.
tktne. KUa Your regretfully.
YlLLI.M.-t, I)IMiM A "
PORT OF HONOLULU, H. I-
c 1.-1 .
ll.it 17 St.nr K 1 :: ll'.ti. .-r. fr-nu Kal.iilni. Maui
with I .'f- i:; :;r l -M l -4 rurn
ytmr K r.!hii.. r.,11. from Ka'.ni, with
1Sj7 I),- n,i .r
13 -Stmr l.ik-iike. h.u-4. f r.-zu Maui an-1 llaa : wit!:
1772 ba i:ur
Stmr Vimulo. N' U ei. frru V.'ami .i .! .. .
.-tir M'-. fur K- ol.l i. 'liu
Brtir nt'-riiia. trmii il-atii. M t. el.i itn
19 f'el.r I.uka, frma K 'l.ai.t. lia.t.i. wit!. Ml;
S-;Li- Milolo. from iUk-!an. Ilawa.i, witli 0
el:r Wai:nl . rin I'wim-i, Hawaii, witti 1 1 :
t a. - RM.ir.
y. tr Mailt lr, from Mahko. Maul, with 111" l.i-.
rebr Kaala. fr...u K. ..Ian. Oahu, uiili JJJ
m.'ir an-l I.l.I- mola-nr-n
top Kaiul..m-.i . iri.in I.ms.
etir KUukt. fr in W aialaa nali i
S, hi ai iil, troiii 1'aauhau, Hawaii, with t-5i". I i.-h
-.0 Selir Waichii. fr .ia I'aukaa. Hawaii, witli
Stuir aii!iaiit. NeU.-n. lr.nu to aiuibUalo. al:ii,
wild 'j' tja- Hn:ar.
2i stmr Iwalaiii. H.it-. Imni M.uu ui:,l Hawaii.
witti 1J aiiitar an l 40 hi-Ses
hchr Net'ie Jit mil. fn-m lathaiua. .Maui, with 7ix
baa- ""liar ami 'J b.tlr
JaliK-t Mak.e, .Mt-LH.iiaui. ircm nai:i.
m ,t, r.7:l ba's silar an-l 10 hass atareb
Stmr Mok-dli. Melirrnr. fruni Koolau. Dahti
with Ml liai; auyar, 1015 t.a-a Ian!d. and
clr I.iUoliho. fr. ui Kol .a. Kauai, with ir.Ji
" liu- iu-'ar and an ha rice
Srlir Mauuokawai. from llananiaubi, Kauai, with
T.J''. ta ii- ir
S.'.ir .larv K F.-trr. f:o:n I'uliala-.i, Hawaii,
with I7"i ha- i-iiirand Hi b:il
K.l i;ja. tr.-iri Maliko. .Mam. w.th MJJ ba;.
Tilamv, trnu liatialei. Kauai, wiiu jo Dj;-1
,n-r .iii:')i.i4.'"i iy
a rl.iii. from aliuanali).
t.K.i witli ." ai l .i: suar .m . i.nis iii,.;.a--t-A
,tmr ijchii. I.i.izrii.s..i fr in ;.;aul aud Midi kai'
w.:h .";.',- tait Riiar
Mar 17 Sbr l;.ar..i. ! f""" rn r ran.i-co, fur
por- f Kaht.lui
1 ;r I.aml'.ii. Marstoti. -I'm days from San
KM-S ZraUu lia. W.-bbt-r. Irom --n r rani-i-.-..
oiVnit k Aiut i iirn.-r. Ni wtrll, 1 .1 day from 11. atou
c -.-r i-t-
Nrl'i n, for vV aiuiaiialo, Uahu
-. Il-, ioiia;d. for Kauai
r k-a iwalu. Midokal
Stmr Jinir-i .ia-.-i
-cbr 3b i hri-;. f-
W-.-tmr IS Hi."
, l ameron. for Kauai
t--,l..,.. . Mirt. for Kalillilll. .vialll
t-'ur lrf-Sn. I...r-tiu. f-'r Molokal and viaui
S-nir vt. k. .In. M.;rt--..r, f"r Kix-lau, Ojim
.-. Lr Hil. kla. I T I . p k -o, Hawaii
Stmr WamiMiat... .Nrl-.n. for U a.niaual.i, Uahu
Stmr I.ik-likr. h:t.. t-r -wauiauo ..aau
lir J.-ii.i-.- lkir. t-'V I I.altuu, iiaw.in
Scl.r hauls, for Koolau. t'ahu
I.ii Kali.domua for l.ailai
..X-.hr Wail. Ir. f.,r Maliko. Maul
vur r.ti .kai. for Vialua. Kabti
? Lr M d . f -r Hakalau. Hawaii
r.-hr Maisualit. foronomra. Hawaii
M. !.r I.nk.i. f,-r K.diala. Hawaii
. nri airrmv. f. r 1 .wal l. vi:li
"" --t:.ir Jatu Maker. V. lo-a.M, f -r v aiaua.I v. .u
M.i.r W aiuiaoalo. Nrl-'a. lot W iiiuaualo. t-'aliu
irbr N. t:i- Vlrrr-.ii. f -r I.aLain.i. Maul
j Ntn.r Iwalani. Hatr. f.,r Mini and Hawaii
S. hr Wa.eh i. for l aukaa nil I llonomu. t.awaii
Mar 17 IT fmrr i.. 1"-I 1-f r S.n Fian. i-o
l.s-Am .hu. i.rttv-b-irir. 1 ht-obald. I- r San Frauci-io
t;MSS Z.-lndia. tbhfi. "r Sydney
, ri4 Nimto. P, rmirii. t..r Sihrn.i
Voi t.rn l.k. ts. Wnidi. I.tmu ra:il-
1 "vm I tor s. do. .. Millrr. f. r San Francis-o
l" h i a. lamnna. Wil-.n, for i allao. IVru
- 11 i Sw;f;-irr. A t. hi'ii. !'T fc-.u:mault
Am trr: M.ry liodj -. ran . t..r F.arrk
ii Vm bk rorr-t V.I--.-U. V m lij. f.T an r ran. l- .
lit iKKKS 1 I'OJIT.
Hon bark Hena mn. Han-m
ii.i.)3ary br.-- M .: :i..i ; -lar.
Fr 1 a Abrrair. .n. oieati
Au. t.rn M mi l. l -b.-ni
Am -l.r I' m . 'i:" '"
lir Ik Jubil. l-w
Aia btnr V r Irwiu, T.ir::. r
lir I k Ul I.va v.'.i'u. M 1
Ara bri Hsiar I
.Sla'l.ll Alii? Tilll.er. NrWr.l
; 1 1-
S Wj. hu t:. V.
A,r.!i- ar..ll.frr;- Fr:;ac.-co
1'MSS nv '' rvoa. v
1- ,r j .i:; - .
lir T-a l .rt;-re
i. fr-oa l.tv-i . -d.-r.
f ro;. .
m an t'u
..r bk i H l . .- l
t...i l' u:l. fr-
tru.j i i.-o
L.ri -'I. J ir-
Am bkti.e Fliuor rn..a. Sr i
T-rk. iSar- a 1.1
T bk Canoou. irm i.f
tmLlTst.II-a.aii b Alien, from !-"'";
Anl 1 hi Han- Z fr" rancaco lUr I'ls
fl'Vl k KaValVaa. f.om San F rauci.co. M ar
il''1. . . .,!....,.-' from San lraiici.-o
... lri '
W 11 -lrr.. It""" ;
n. -oerian. from aa Irand-co
. .. .. an I rkln'IMi'il
. .rts W Ii
Imuoti.1. in"" -"-
An. - i.r '. . . vr,uci. o
, -i-l.r r.
. ...r It I.a.lr I.aiii!S.n. Mr-h Is
rr. ni.an Vranci- o
. . .1 K.rlrV. 7 CtW I
r-k aim c- l er. r.'i.i jj
I"'1'"" i V.Tli II sir-a
ad. 7'' M bricks, u ,-s t-.t an.l
11 bOO'BJe-.. . .- ,
- . ifjtl c'.l bran, i
t.u'tiT. 1-. In rati'Ucs. ;i'i c-
.!... W c-' V . - i jr. If s . hrrsr. 2 c .1 .ti.in t
, Jvo c
Ir.i.-s. I III lbs :iri..l ti
it-. S i s
t il turn. M ..-'.
,.l bid- flour, is pc (ur.i.
Kl. " ' " '
ti.n uy. i
alt. i c-.a.-rS. ae f T-., cs frnits.au bbls n .ur.
Value. $il.-M5 00-
v. York. r,er Amy Turner. Man b
corua, 9U e. general indse
bam ,,., ..it..-. :aj.-.- ibs lard. 2 live an t. . u
Iba hop. -I " ,t!s. :;sl ct. o..ts. j7I call ms . ill.
a ct I onl. 4 " B11,i in half-bbl aalmi.ti. 4 rjs lbs
.eailll I'- I's. - - - .. ,-. 1.1,1. t.r I SI II s
From Boston ' - w.iriut lumber. I-.". oak
gt-'fpral-inelun r ,1-, si lliuj-. 3
plank. 220 ,ad..s. r. pk W t.m-
,a m'4 M'o..) .hook. 2 ealdrotis, 1 c.rriaijr, p.l
br. - "i? ,cnt.iner l.ad, 14 c watf-ms. 1 .2 cs bard-
'..h fr. fl k. h.r l.oes l.ic 1-J.n-
w-. ..Ldlslron pickets. 5 apooU barWd wire, 1
-arm otl, '""M i!"" roil roi-. 1 to irranite. 2
I or I- ill
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lav f ,r F- i inna iit.
ti;..- 1. . S. . Wa.
M;--. II. Ma. -I.'., i 1
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V 'raliei-r 1 e.n in M
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:ire on Tl
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il .11 5-1 1.
!nrl. ' t:.'- 1 T v :
f 1 in 'h:i a t San
!.. t. Al-11 tlie -! ain r
d altii tlil:i;i'raU! from
:I fjr II .Ii'r.'.!i d:r-et.
I114 Haaid hu chartered hy the
rs l.ah-.r and 'Tiijany t ;,' in .jtieat of
She 1; now Jittin out for that r j. o-e.
M KM OKA Mi .
f l ark I. a ly L.tm;oi!, Mars'.n. lua.-trr Z''
11 .-,111 1 rai. :-i o 1 . hniarv v;": tir-t -i ilays I, a 1
11 .I.-ra"'- N W lo V Wiii l : mij tli. 11 lav.,- lial vanab!-;
win l from s I y Kt W, fir-t xj.rinsjitii; upatr-K au-l
hauhi:j aroari 1 ti t!;-f'. :tli ram an l li-i,tn:ui;. f.l
i.iwe 1 t.jr it cairn with l,i-ivy - a tr-.m N V: t!..-n lirn zi r.g
up from ; ty K aain. At ilaylilit of the I' tii ivia I.
Iiaaaii. II ii ai. l M- l' k ii ; Ii.h' K wiml 11 th.- lTtli in
cli.iur.el mrh 1-,-tit l M-Wt.rr.-z-; an l iniicli ta:n ;
; at L'linini; 1 H- ! r- V i i:u!-i i!l-t tnt; at p.ui. Imvi;
i to .!T 1;.i-ii :i 1 II am- in to tiie liarb -r an l at tb-
I hart u tin-in-Tliiii.' of tiie 1-th.
j '.f',T of KM-S Z'alatnlia, WtVLo-, "..mnja',.!r
! I M -i li-rr. s..ij I rtii.-ii.-u n Sun lay Marrh JltJi at
: .ij..m.; iti.-iv 1 1 1 n. ! ill vi ilot on .-111: Jny Mrih ls'h
I 11 I" ji.ni. Wntki r ii:o.:.-:at an l f.m- tin nliout tLe
i a.-a-.n, with heavy w.-N-ily tw(-ll.
j r:-...rt of he 1 k An, y Turner, N. w, 11. l i 'ain Left
1 !! .. .11 t.L-r -.'i-t at 01 1 ii a. Ill ; fliat "lay tmr;
in-.iii I .hy very h,avy h a l , (.11 ,el t y lhreateiitti
' kii.l vail: I- v. atln-r'tor n.nr oa, aftrr uhiih a strong
1 Iti-- ami hra- rqiiall from t!- KNK wrre -;.eri.-in-r J.
1 h. u f .r ..mr'la miMi-r ,nlhi-r i-ri-vail -l ith -
i-ral rlin of r ,li .i l.-i able ilnr-itiori ainl tlir shin tna'le
j il iu Nov. rnU-r j7tii, thr e.j.iat ,r wa crosme-1
i.t 1 -bitu Ir :Vf with 1 .nt wra'litr luh ei.ntiniirl
I ni'-rr ..r I- .-sfa r with aoiue Intrl:li' ni'is unt il the lot b
f i iiilx-r. wl.. n a.ialN an.l a lieavy kil I fioin the
W w, rr flii ouiiti-rt-il, l:n h eontllill.-il for mmie daja.
i u I -riu!rr iM-.h. i'rinl;, .1 tin- Almt-r J llmyou, 70 d
out lro:u New Vora tor ran 1 rani-:,-.; mm ll,twnr.:i
rough wt athtrr rt in. January l.'ili, mi tin- Kn-'lisb
t.:-L Ksti, Hour. Iik:lin- tr..iu miiiimI' Ii. t t-w ,ia
h.avy i d .with eal. or (; l.r.-va.U-il. 1 hr Horn as
rrarl.r.l i,:i ;hr S ir 1 lav t-t the v.na -e an 1 took J7 i!as ti.
ronnil it, the hiii IioV. riu in-trad of making h.-a.lway ay
lirnw; nun h roiih weather prevailnl a! t rwar N. i".
ru iry 1-lb, in latitude 1- 4'i S. loiiitu'lr l.'l- Is W :ir'.
n.il' l thn v. 3S. U CarniKf, Lake Sii.riur ml Vn totia
K-''ina. all 'M ilays nut Irom fan 1-rain ia o, l. uml tor
ork; rrer'-s-.i-l the i-.piater Marvh lt in loii.'ituJit 1"Jj- ;
V."; thin very li.:!.t SK trails m latrude 1 1 N ; rraeiied '
nj.: o' Hoiioh.ln. Mar. h '.'Is', I'd day out.
l';,,i:i iaii l i anrl-ro. for Kahiilui. -r M-hr Kosario.
Iri h 17 Mr 1 (ullin, Mr Katir fern. Titer Olarn
From Kahnhit. r Kilani a H-.u. March 17 Mrs Wilbur
Mrs llartw.-II. - clnblren ai: l nnr-ir. Janus Murlitt. K
.!r.d-ti.ni. Ira I'.rad-haw. I r -I K Mnith. Mrs t ar;,cijti-r,
4 hil.l S". 10 I. JXT- aud 7.7 di i k.
Krom Kauvt.per IS Hi-lnp, Mar.-li 17 Mrs W K LI
l-vi r!ll. a t-biblr ii. and lunar, ii N Wilcox, M i-s John
.u, K If l.ishop. Mi :. I.u-Iate, -' C'biuei.e and 4 ilttk.
F..r ?an Frami-. . r US Suez. March 17 Mrs Col
son. Mrs Hvuetn. F C I.owry. Mi -si s I.owry. 1 Karnicmey.
T.I M. l r I aptaiu K and ehil lren. N Oblandt,
II N.-t'.-r.'- !)? b. Mrs K naw, ilrs Herrill. Mi- (iricven,
W F IX tmlds. J A kimball, V r.onlils. C A Moi ri-oii, Sirs
Pratt. M Foul-ion. family, and w-rvant, I Morgan. Wf
--nn an I wit. . J K tioodmu. C iiowmau. O il Calby, J
A Iiaile and wile, and 2t biiiteH'. ;
Froiii Hawaii and M ini, j ar Liki lik, Man-b lstb
Mull II Ktllhrlal.l. .1 S Slliltlil. -, J StilliplrN;t-Il. .11 A
Sett. 1' I'.uth r. Ciuff. S orry, M K Park, ltisbop
Willi. F. A Mi-InrrnT. J lUntoii, Mrs J I' Si-son,
Kaaukai. H. e Win. Kimo Hake. Miu lloopii. I r , 6
Th, nii -.iu and wit.-. W l.l ottrt ll aud wife, V N Makee,
Alrnn. J I'lowniii-lirrt;, J 'arhoim-a.
F"ri-m San Fram i-i-o. jx r I.adv l.amj.son, March 1H
Kdwsnl Lake and wife. Miss K M Fanning, ami Lt F Whit
ney. .,:, Son Kram-wi-.i. i-r l:M-S Z.-alau.lia. March lth
M....S m A n .iM iji . r auu '
I.aarus and on. aid K 1. liohbins. I Martnilw ra, JIrs I
M A Davi-. Arthur I)itl -n.S VV May. I'(
jom-H. wnr ami j
-bil.:rMi. II -1 A'iirw. Mi-s A.'urw. I'.ruwn. Hrl 1' Murray
U Williams, lir J li.irlan I. it' and J children, W liayor.
tiro W Ma.-Iarlanr and servant, K Siielioer. K J Nlcholls
and wife. H S Ctia.-e, wif- and J . hildreii. C 11 Woolminu
tn, H Ounn. Mrs Small and servant, M iss Jonas. F: C
Macfsrlan,-. M .Neis.-rr. It 1 WiM.dsaud wife.and -'1 adult
and 71 t biiieso in Kt.-rrar. Iu transit l,.r Auckland. 3
saloon and 4 adults and 1 child t-t.-erat'c: and lor Sydney,
14 aaloon and 17 adults anl children i-teerage.
For Kauai, per James Maker. March 17 -J M Tboinpsau
Mrs VV F (.rant and about 10 d.-i k.
For Kauii, per C. R. Uisbop, Mar-h li) J O Ilayselden,
II ii Tr;i.l-.iy, 1' T Thornton. V ay. F' Sinclair. lr J K
Sm:ll;. Mr, I llahn. and ab ut 40 deck.
F'or Molokai and Maui, per Llma. March 19 II It 11
I'ooii'aiUrlam. Mrs M hiu'. and about ' deck.
'For Kahtilui. per Kilauca Hon. March l'. Hon 11 Kui
h. Um and wife. J A fcott. II Center, S OI.nl and wife.
Mrs W l:icliard-oii. F: Smith. 1' N Maker, Miss Hooii, W
: Shaw I n I about SO deck-
For Siberia, prr Ninito. March '.Hth W Warwick, 15
Ms-on. J W Arnold. -I M Nelson, Alfred liurret, John ti
i ullcr. Jno I'ea-lry, W M JJixley.
For Maui mid Hawaii, pfr I ikelikr. Mar "u Hon II M
Whitii'-y, A -larger. FI Kriie, S May, Vt t' V Murray, J
W llahn. K ilad-tone. F W Uamoii. J A Heeu. Ir I. S
'1 !ioiii;-oii A; wifr,V I. t'ottrcll. .V wife.J Kent u. Mrs J A
Kffiiur.lv. K l Lake and w:fr. I l'.utU-r. -1 L Iiobert.
Ju li.e S 11 Mahuka, J a S-.uj.j lrU.-eU, Miss II K l'aniaui, A
From Ilaw iii and Maui, per Iwalani, March 21 W H
t'ornwei!, Mr- W " Jews Ma-t. r lioirrt Jone-, Miss L
..Join -, Mm II I" Joiici., T OTSricn, ' ti.-rtz, J 1 l'aris, jr,
S K Kanr and M deck.
From I ahaina, per Nettie Merril. March '.'l W 1-" Jnhn--iti,
wife and child, M l ice, O C Swam, Mr Littlebale ami
F.,r Sau Francisco, per Sebun, March 21 - M Taulnorj, S
P. Imttoii, Mra lui'ton. Miss Puttoii. Mia Ca-sidy, 2
Mat-ters p.osher, J K l'orter. Mrs I llo-her.
From Kauai, per Jaui'-s Maker, March 22 lepers aud
;For Maui and Hawaii, per Ivralini. March 2:1 W n
iVriiirfll, J 1 I'aiia.jr. Hamilton 1. J F'uwler.J S
an, i hi. W ' Kiu and aluut 73 deck.
From Maui and Molokai. p.-r Lrbua. March 23 IS W
Mrveran l wife, H I'naa. Henry I'mia. O I'nna, Mastrr
la-wi. i S Hain-.-I II iiarduer, W Mardiont.J ( unnin
bam. li'I'-prrs and 4ideck.
Tl ro M H - In thia t'ity on Thursday.Marcb 22, Charles
Tit.- .iiib. ard .'O years. The f uurral will take place at 1
p.m.. to-m,uiow (Sunday), from his late residence.
I il.h i n:r t. F'rieiiila and anpiaiutanci a are rejectfully
iuv:t. d to attend.
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
Tdi: -.;-'i I j -eipt s at the Cu-totii
;e .in Moii-
lay. were over So.i'oit.
I Ms. J. F. IliRVir.li. Chief Ch rk of the Supreme
! Court, attained his 71st year on Thursday.
I F.v-r::: vr Ir.r Sriii et Cm m it. Easter this
voir pr. in:- s to ! a marked day at Fort Street
: Chui.-h. The tl.iral decorations will lrf very tine.
in t'.- iMi.rniii-' Pastor Cruan wiil preacl
r ( ru.an win prc-ai-li an
' Fa-:-r S, rni
Choir. ! ng.-l
In tie evening tin- Fort Street
Iv mcrea-ed in nutuocr lor mis ncca-
i -ton. ii 1 i v
a:i Fa-t r Prai-c S. rvi.-e. The fol-
Iowi::' mu-icji srhi t
n- wiil b rendered :
j Is tiio ca-- of Alvarez and M Ti i. both of whom j
i were charged with disturbing the.jtiit of night.
tl-.r former was titu d Slo and th- latter di.-chargrd.
1 Hi Hon t said I'i Alvarez that he hoped it would
Ut a warning to him. a he had had a miraculous j
: esraj- of his life. His conduct had Wen of the j
lii.-t disgraceful character, and it was within tho 1
province of the Government to bring other charges
! against him if they dr-ir. d to do ). Morris
i having exfrte.l his in:iii.-ii.-e to d- ter Alvarez from
' acting as h
had done, was discharged.
ir. at is the Lord
Chri-t Wing Kai-cd
Mv Hoirt Ever Faithful.
Solo 1 Mr-. J.
. . . F.l'v. v.
ll .- .Tovful
Ti. inks i e to G..1
I know that my 11. ih-emer Lives
Hark Ton Thousand Harps and V
1. Andante c.-n tnoto
. . Havdn.
. . . Sudc Is.
. . Hand.-!,
. S, h.ibert.
. . lo i--ini.
2. Cuff.- Auitnam l: --ini. i
Mr. Cn.an "ill deliver a l ruf a-ldri . and will
W a i-t d in the -erv ices l y Kcv. S. F. H;-l.oji.
In the case of Charles L. !Ii ikitis vs. Chung Wa
et al. an appeal vva- mad.- to th" Supreme Court in
r.atii-o. and was heard -n tic- 17th Match. 1--J.
Mr. Ju-t; c Mi-Cully c-'n.-iirrc.l iu the coiicliisioiia
of the Chi-f .lu-tice. and substantially in tie- ex
i ie ion of his vi.-ws upon the j'oints t-- which
e.-r! ti. n had Wt tl takt tl. This j.-ei-ioti vva- J.tjW
lihed in these columns la-t month. Mr. Justice
Aii-tin dis-enti'd from the opinion of the Chief
Ju-ti -. He holds that the cvid nee shows that
the plantirV- mother and her lawful husband were
native,. That they lived in a house in which lived
Cliarle-Gordon Hopkins, a white man. That the
plaintiff was named Charles L. Hopkins at Lis
' birth, and was brought up as tho -on of Charles
Gordon Hopkins, an.l his appearance strongly
shows an admixture of white and lu'sive blowd.
; P.y these facts Mr. Justice Austin thinks that the
' presumption f legitimacy is countervailed, and he
therefore re-j?ctfully dissented from the ('pinion
i of the majority of the Court that the plaintiff is
J legitimate. Upon other points in the case, he
concurred with his Associates.
. : The
! !: :.rt
I Sa.ir.l !
"At.-. Wilki wn r!..-..- her More Monday next,
r the p:irp. c .f arranir.n.; l-aut;ful I'l '-'cr
f r the 1j
. nr.ti.-l 1 1 ax
i,i!er Mry A- IK'.- u aftr layit.s
' f. r a omij if f 'l.iy. l"u'n ln-r liuai
t!..- A i M i..lay ;iftrnMti.
Vi". Aira arriT. J at an I"ri!i.';- j.
c J. A. Fs:i:nl.urs f-r tlii J- rl a:i 1
.i:-.t.i ?..r Kihsilui M;i J tL 7th.
v. .. ;
i ti- .'hi:iatiia:i tt
v::;,' t -l iti J hi:u a r.
! ir '.
-way 011 t:.e
te.it " iti the
her w ay
M. . :- ;:y
f 1 -.ill h.i;a ;.j :
,f May. ThU
f Toki.j will call here on
an Fraiiciicj. tally 111 the
-.c :i;'er aecoiiiln-la ti. iu.
.-.ttat:.rr ha-i t. eel lent !.
Ml- Kxeelkl;'v G jviu-jT Detninii at. 1 star!' .aid
on -th.-ial vi,it t.j H. U. M. S. Sw:ft-ure .-n Monday.
Th.-y w-re received with the custwijiary salute, and
lf!.-"r in-ji-ti:i the ves-el, atiother salute was
Arid ii their leaving.
An a,'ed native natned Fia fell dead on Sun-Jay
fji'ht ah.-ut S o'clock, li.-ar junction of Mauiiakea
and IV-retaiiia str. -t-ts. He was a teinjierate and
indii-trioiis man. and had Ixreii ajiiareiitly jr
fectly well up to tlic- initant of his drath.
On Fri'lay last at the corner of Nuuanu and
Kii- streets, a lug;ry driven by Mrs. F. Lianion,
eolhded with a bugVy driven hy a Portuguese.
The latter received sliyht daniaje to horse, harness
A viual-wave, or tuituiki, of unusual ize came in
on the Waialua shore last week. Wednesday. The
wave was :i j.jjarcntly fifteen feet hi'h. and swejit j
uver the h--ai !i, rarryint; a lot of fenco postn hih
uj) the Waialua liver and elsewhrie. j
II. It. M. S. Swiktsvke sailed Thursday tnorni; g i
unetually at FJ 'cloek. During her short stay,
the Admiral. Captain and ollicris made many ;
friends in Honolulu, and they expressed their deep
re i; ret at not hrin able to prolong their visit.
I'ostma.-iIK.b OtsEP.ai. WutTNEV bailed iu the
I.ikclike on Tue-day last for the purpose of making I
an inspeetiiiL,' tour on the Island of Hawaii. He j
will land at MahuLona and from thenca he will t
proceed to Kohala and Kawaihao. where he will ;
taka the Iwalani and go on to aau.
Mb. C. O. HFii'ii R, the wcll-ktiown insurance
agent, has removed hi oflicu from Kaahumanii
st ret-t to M, reliant street, next doir to the link.
The lett'-rin on his front window is a work of art,
and the artist, Mr. Geo Stratmeyer, lcacr0aprai.su
for his ability and execution.
Tiik attention of our readers i railed to tho ad
verti.iiieut of Ir. Kod'-'i-rs by which it will be
a seen that lie lias reinnvcil Lutli Ms Ollice auU rei
1,-nre to the hotel cottage on the corner of l.ieli
ard and Deietania streets. and has f;iveu tip tbeoftiee
on Fort street occupied by hill for the last four
At a meeting on Thursday of tho creditor of Lee
Chat, who is supposed to have left tho country in
the Z.-ahindia last Sunday, it was ascertained that
his liabilities were about $7,000 and hi assets
$05. !. The principal creditor aro Chinamen,
from whom we le;.ru he borrowed largely prior to
The brig Ninito, IV-riiiine master, sailed on Tues
day on a salmon fishing trip to Siberia, Kam
schatka. the Japan Sea, and elsewhere, taking with
her a full complement of crew, all trained fisher
men. She is fitted witli a large number of casks
and material for packing down tho salmon caught.
She is expected back next September.
Ox Monday, His Majesty entertained Admiral
Lyons, Captain Aitcbison, Flag Lieutenant Evan
Thomas, and Secretary Liddell, at his Waikiki resi
dence. His Majeaty was attended by Hi Excel
lency Governor JJominis, tho Hon. A. S. Cleghorn,
the Chamberlain. Col. C. II. Jndd, and the Vice
Chamliorlain, Major Purvis. The Band was in
attendance, and tho party passed a very pleasant
Elsewhere will bo found a partnership notice of
Messrs. Lvcan A Johnson, successors of Mr. George
F. Wells. These gentlemen will endeavor to con
duct their establishment with all the enterprise
which has distinguished its former management,
and solicit a continuance of the public patronage
which was extended to their predoreor
Frum Captain Marstoii of the bark Lady Lamp
son we learn that on his late passage down from
San Francisco h exjierii'ijeed a most remarkable
succession of calms and changeable winds. The
lightning, the captain says was of a peculiarly
vivid character, and tho fall of rain very great.
This, together with tho heavy sea rolling in all
directions would go to show that a storm of un
usual magnitude and force had b"en raging in tho
The followii i is tho programme of the I'.and at
Emma Senate this Saturday afternoon :
March M ise jtte .
Overture Uerlin Life
Selection Last Days of Pompoii . . .
Waltz Vieena Starics
. . . Beo tho veil
Tnorr.it yesterday was Good Friday, it was scarcely
observable as a Holy day the streets of this city.
The Government offices, Bank, Custom House aud
various place of business, with ouly two or three
exceptions, wero open as usual. Services were
held at St. Andrew Pro-Cathedral, and at the
Konian Catholic Church. Iu many parts of the
Old World especially Good Friday is lookod upon as
a very important day iu religious circles, but it is
evidently not so here. ,-
I'R.ij-T.sson Amasa Pisatt of Oahu College has
Wen recalled to hi old work of educating the deaf
and dumb. After an absence from the United States
uf some years he ha Wen invited to he Presidency
of the Ohio State Deaf and Dump Institute at
Columbus. Oahu College loses not ouly his valu
able services but also those of Mr. Pratt ; and the
many friend of both, while congratulating them
upon this token of the high appreciation in which
the Professor's qualifications are held, will regret
this departure from their islands.
' Thanks to weather worker Wiggins, Honolulu
was pretty thoroughly wet down last Friday night,
the rain coming in from tho sea. A gentleman who
lias long been a resident here, and whoe business
lias led him to W a very close observer of the
weather, states that this is the first time that he re
members of our having so much southerly wind at
this season of the year. Coasting Captains report
very heavy swell as coming in ' all along shore "
from the north and west, which with the calms
that prevail, would aeom to indicate that we are
in the centre of a wide extended eyclone.
On Sunday afternoon a large number of visitors
went on board of the Swiftsure, and were shown
over the vessel. About 4 p. iu. tho barge Wing
laden with some two hundred people was taken in
tow by the steam launch, when it was discovered
that a rope had become entangled in the propeller
of the launch, aud wound around it some eight or
ten times. Efforts were made to clear it, but being
under water it was dilficult to fet at. Finally, a
native slipped over tho stern of tho barge and.
with a small knife, cut away all the turns iu the
rop and cleared the projx-llor. Tho thanks of the
passengers are due to the man whoever he may be.
ItistiW hopod tiu e jiiragoous conduct of this
Hawaiian wiil be recjgnized by those ia power,
whose duty it is to do so.
Yksteiidat a nuniW-r of dead dogs on the street
iu various parts of the city showed, that somebody
had undertaken to rid the coiamuuity of a portion
of the canine nuisance by using poi.ou. The
authorities have heretofore offered a reward for the
detection of parties who have from time to titue
adopted the method of d.'g killing, but tkare is
uch a multitude of scurvy cur which nobody
seems to own. hanging aboiit restaurants and
infesting the streets generally, that soiaething
ought to W done to relieve the coniiauaity of tha
pest. We have nover hard of a case of hydro
phobia here, but wish such a nurnWr of half
starved, filthydooking curs iu our midst, it is not
at all impossible but that some of them may go
mad and bite somebody Wfore any precaution can
W taken to avoid such a dreadful result. Of course
indiscriminate poisoning is not the proper way to
get rid of the curs, a there are probably some
really valuable and well kept dogs that might W
poisoned, while the most loathsome, worthless
ones might escape. The police should take the
matter in hand, and all dogs without tags, bow
ing that the tax has not beou paid for them, should
be destroyed. ,
The combined concert on Monday evening at
Emma S.puare, attracted the largest assemblage of
j'ople that has ever gathered in that neighbor
hood. The concert opened with the lloyal Ha
waiian Baud playing MeyerWer's Coronation
March, followed by a selection from Nabucco. both
of which pieces were rendered with great effect, and
riceived by loud applause and cheers. The Naval
Band took the places of their cuiifterts. and opened
witli the " Hit auJ Miss" t'uadrille. followed hy
tl:.- operetta, of ' Patience.-' This reminded the
listeners if Sullivan, but not withstanding it excel
lent rendition, it did u convey as favorable im-pressivi-
as Pinafore. The two bands then played
Struggle for Fortune." under the leadership of
Mr. Bird. Prof. Berg-.-r wielded the musical wand,
whilst the musicians played ' Finale " of Guira
meiito. The favorite waltz known as "My Queen."
and two ijiiickstep marches followed, the concert
ending w ith ' God Save the Queen " and " Hawaii
Poiioi." The pleasant manner in which this con
cert was conducted, proved that the gentlemen
who took the leading part in promoting this enter
tainment possessed the wisdom of exjiorience in
musical matter. The numWrs present must have
Wen not far short of three thousand, all of whom
listened to the full programme with intense de
light. Differences of opinion were expressed regard
ing the superiority of the band, but this was
finally settled by it being universally admitted
that the combined bands, formed the best array of
iuusic ever beard in Honolulu.
:.::e mari ne K mbs-tone arrived by the?
r. The design is unique, representing
4 Mako rij;rts Lcins unal-le
li -ar J at K.laii?. ov;n t ;
The iit-H- wharf is a; 1 r. .'.ch-
- wcatiu r.
ir: ;-. !-:i.".-
tin- ;ai! s w
-.re frickt-: Teata. in their wo.n;l
.-,1 to-t thtr l.iu:i f r three wicket .
were ii.j,1-j l y I Lieut. Ilvati
A "till wit.ll.ii the -rti'.ljW he:i
On Fa-ti-r M .' lay evc;::tig. March 20t:i. at 7: j-J ;
o'clock, will W tivtti n st. Andrews Ca.l.- dral a ,
Hymnal service compiled Ly the Bishop of Hono- i
lulu. Ti.e music will L sung by the Wy choir of !
Iolani College, under the direction of Mr. Wray '.
Tayh-r. All seats are free and everybody is cord:- i
ally invited to attend. I
Thit.sI' vv was the eighty-sixth aiiiiiveisarv i.f J
the birth of His Majisty '.lie Fmptrurof Germany, j
By the latest accounts frouu Europe. His Imperial I
Majesty was still in the enjoyment of good health
and there is every every prospect and hop:- of his !
living for several more years. Flags were displavd !
on b..ard the Swiftsure, Waehusett, and at the
various Consulates in hunor of the occasion.
The old Pantheon building that has stood on the
corner of Fort and Hotel streets for so many years
is a thing of the past. Mr. James Dodd" has j
caused it to W torn down, and on its site he in- j
tends erecting a building with a fifty feet front on
each street. The new building will be one story in
height with a seventeen foot ceiling, and will be
opened as a billiard and bar room w hen completed, i
Mis. Georoe F. Wells has sold his business j
establishment on Fort street to Messrs. Lycan A'
Johnson for $2j.0o0 cash. He will soon visit j
Euroi.- and the United States to purchase a com- ;
plete stock of goods for the new firm. His family ;
will accompany him on the trip, and we take
plea-iire iu wishing Mr. Wells as much prosperity :
in the future as lie has so conspicuously won and
justly merited iu the past. :
On the 17th instant (Saturday) the schooners !
Uilama and Kekauluohi collided in Haualei bay. j
Both vessels were at anchor, and were caused to j
drift together by the heavy westerly swell. Neither
are competent to take iu cargo. The master of the i
Uilama writes, that he would leave Haualei on
Monday last. A large quantity of sugar awaits
shipment at Hanalei. and the first available
schooner will W chartered by Messrs. C. Brewer A
Co. to go there.
J r do me nt was rendered on Thursday aftarnoon
by His Hoor tho Police Justice in the case f Bex
vs. B. H. Norton, charged with assault and battery
with a pistol. His Honor said, that in his opinion
this case differed verv materially from the Bhodus
case, although a similar defence had Wen set up.
The ground taken for the defence, was very fully
sustained by the authorities, and it remained for
His Honor to docido whether the defendant felt ho
was iu danger of his life or not. The evidence
given by the defendant was clear and straight
forward. The man who was shot at, does not
remember the circumstances at all. He must have
Wen in a state of drunken madness. Morriss and
Alvarez both admit having been drinking on the
night in question. If this defendant had followed
Alvarez, tho result of His Honor's opinion might
have been very different. Alvarez had previously
told the defendant he was going to kill him, from
which statement it was fair to presume that he
(Alvarez) was armed. His Honor was of opinion
that the defendant had good reason for acting as
he had done, on account of his life Wing in
dauger. Fortunately, the wound inflicted was not
a serious one. It was not safe for anyone to got
crazy drunk. Taking all tho circumstances into
consideration. H is Honor considered that Norton
was not guilty, and ho therefore discharged him.
A bf.pobteh from the Pacific Commercial Ad
vektiseu Office, paid a visit to Oahu Prison yester
day, and makes a thorough examination of the
building and grounds. Tho following is his
report: As we wait at the gate while our names
are Wing sent in to the officer in charge of the
prison, we remark upon the neatly kept drive
way, and the bright look of the flowering shrubs
and fine trees that set it off on . either side.
Soon tho portal is opened, and we aro told by tho
ffuard to walk in anil go up to tho office. Ascend
ing tho short flight ef steps that give access to the
first floor above the high basement, we enter the
main hall of tho building that runs through from
front to rear, and opens on to the court-yard. On
our right as we enter is the oftieo where are kept
all tho official records of the prison, and also a sup;
ply of handcuffs, etc. Here we meet Mr. Malaihij
who for twenty-three years has welcomed th4
coming, sped the parting guest, and is as much t
an institution as the jail itself. -With but two o
three exceptions the male prisoners are out at
work, and after we have made known our errand
we are told to go where we please throughout tho
building. Accordingly we pass down the length of
the corridors on the right and left of the hall and
look iu at the cells. Each one is about 0x10 feet in
size, lit and ventilated by a square opening secure
ly barred, in tho wall at ono end, and over the
door at the other. Wo notice two hammocks in
each cell snugly rolled up and hanging from their
hooks. These and a bucket form the whole of the
44 furniture " of each cell. There are fifteen cells
iu each corridor, and on the right hand side of the
court there has Wen lately built a wing, two
storios high, having 13 cells on the ground floor,
and 12 on the second, with a warden's room at the
end. Passing down the cemented walk in front of
this wing, wo enter the hospital, a large airy room,
containing eight beds, none of which were occu
pied at the time of our visit. There are two or
three of the prisoners on the " sick list." but none
who have to keep to their W-ds. Adjoining tho
hospital building, and bounding the court on the
uiakai side is a long ojien building, under the roof
of which are the tables at which the prisoners take
their meals. Next to this " dining room " is the
kitchen, in which is a large range and hot water
apparatus. Immediately in front of the kitchen is
an enclosed space within which is a large tub kept
constantly filled from a constantly flowing stream
of water. Hi re the washing is done and a bath
can be taken. A bright, smooth grass plot runs
all along on this side of tho court, and terminates
at the wall of the main building. There are several
line trees within the court, chief amongst which is
a suiH'rb " umbrella " tree that, standing in tho
centre of the court spreads its long arm out and
with its broad glossy leaves affords a most agree
able shade. Having gono around tho court we
enter the prison again on the basement floor and
take a look at the 44 dark cells. " They are much
like those in the corridors above, except that they
have but one opening for light and air, and as this
looks out upon a rather dark passage way, the
effect, when the door is closed, must be gloomy.
In an adjoining room we see six iarge tubs of poi
prepared for the next meal, and this leads us to
inquire as to what food is furnished the prisoners.
We find it to W fish and Wtf, with bread for the
foreigners, rice for Chinamen, and poi for the Ha
waiians. There is enough for all, and it seemed to
W carefully prepared and cooked. On the main
floor of the building, in a room opposite the office,
were a group of female prisoners busied at a sew
ing machine, and in making hats, etc. In the second
story of tho building are the rooms set apart for the
"governor" of tho jail, and everywhere, in the
ceils, the corridors, the court, the kitchen, neat
ness and cleanliness is especially noticeable. We
looked into every part of the building and in no
placo could we find anything that looked neglected.
Groups of buckets, filled with water stand ready in
cae of an alarm of tire, and the watchful guards
note each passing half hour by strokes of the bell
as on ship board. There were, at the time of our
visit. 150 pu-isouers on the books. Of this number
there are 2J Chinamen. 81 Hawaiians, 30 for
eigners, and 10 female Hawaiians. Some of these
are awaiting trial, but most of them are serving
out sentences. The whole establishment is, as it
has been for many years, under the very efficient
control of the Marshal, aided by the jailor in
charge. Tho inmates are reminded by their sur
roundings, and the surveillance and enforced labor,
that they have transgressed the laws of the land,
and must pay the penalty, but their condition is
ameliorated as far as possible, and steady, well
directed efforts are W-ing constantly made, both by
those in charge of fhem. and by Christian men and
women interested in the well Wing of their fellow
men, to make them better, and show them how to
to redeem their lives.
We had a flying visit from Bishop Willis, who
arrived per Kilauea Hon on Tuesday morning,
and left the same night per Likelike for Hawaii.
Tae Kilauea Hou makes first-rate time since
Ler overhauling. She now gets off Kahului be
The wooden sidewalk is now completed from
Girvin's corner as far as Chas. Sylva's store on
the Waikapu road. It is a great boon iu niudJy
4,Eiponent" is still sniffing round th Augean
Stables." Who mote Hercules be ? (vide Ex
ponent's letter to the Gazette this week). Can
it rostdbly be Exponent himself ? If be fancies
himself a Hercules, Le forcibly reminds one of
the fable of the Frog and the Ox.
Our weather here Las been anything but
agreeable south wind, rain, aud fearfully close
and enervating weather. Everybody complain
ing of colds and praying for the return of our
cool trade w inds.
Vessel outside to-day. Supposed to be the
Our Toliee Court Las been rather quiet this
past week tLre-e 'desertion of labor cases, oue
civil case, aud one case of cruelty to animals, in
wLich $10 bail forfeited.
SberitT Everett sent off ten lepers yesterday,
of wLicL nine were from Makawao and one ffom
Wailuku. He intends sending two or three to
day per Likelike,
A very painful accident occurred at the new
a:i a.:. coo.'.
lui'.l i f Wm. I.-Jite r.r. l C.. at Kaiwili.hil.iLi,
c;i the tU iut;.ut. A new shears Lal ltou
crfctoil at the t n tf the pali, cn wbioh reted
tho wire c.ilh-, atct-ilaii; to the l.mJi:: btlo-.v,
up which a'.l tho- fi-fibt, etc., of the works is
L.v.;'tL Af:r tao s-t.svs h i l - (v. r trove,.!. Mr.
TLuiuas I. Yutji.j-. t f O ikl.i'.. 1, ('.,!.. who ha.l
;c of th-.' wo:
i t i scr v
1 1 st rv:
th::t he bad t;e
tl: it st cur-.s the
s. hears in po-i-sfc.-urs
t .- accota-
si the cap
a-ct i: ! .1 t
the t. ; of the
bject. wh'-u th 4 whole work swivel
rvcii-itated Li in to the ground, a di-
tai-co cf flirty Je t. II.4 was taken up ii;cr.Mil-ie
mid Dr. Kiu.l .il.', tli'veriiiuent physician for the
district, who was in Hilo at the time, was suia-La-ued
by tel. rL-. ue, aa.l found on Lis arrival u
very bad fracture cf the left le, partial disloca
tion c f the spine above tLe Lips, and very severe
it.ter:i.l injuries. The Ir. set the broken limb
and made the UL-Vrtuisate man as comfortable
r.s possible, but after sr.aVriu s. uie forty Lours
Le quietly breathed Lis last. It is :i little siuu
L.r thai this is the fi'.-t aceidei.t of any magni
tude that Las eccurml on the Laupahoelioe
plantations since tluy wore opened.
- KoHALA H.W AH.
.Mr. Win. Cottrel. in the . -mploy of the H. P.. P..
hjj.1 his thumb -o suveiily crushed that Dr.
Thompson was oblige. 1 to amputate at the first
joint. He is doing well.
Best weather known in Kohala for year-, so the
planters swell ova. r with pride at tiie results to be
expected from the two great factors in their favor.
Judge Hart's card showing that he is willing to
give ti ,- planter some show, and :!...- title supply of
sun and rain.
at M ; . Brodi- has lost one
i ! dogs presumably from
it Mr. Brodie w hilo dying,
i ii tal.cn v. itlmut delay he
1 ,g row occurred at the
of hi- v
and but I
e animal b
the pr. can;
might have had
house of James Ferns, betwe.
Mr. Edwards, resulting in t!
a Mr. Mitchcl and a
ing of the former, v. ho but for ihi- timely arrival of
the doctor would have died from loss of blood.
Edwards was taken in charge by the sheriff and
brought bif.uv the judge, who without giving Mr.
Mitchcl a c'a in.-e t i appear or no; enquiring into
his condition fined Edwards t?.0 and lt-mis-d tin
ease. Mr. Mitchei proposes t bring a suit against
him for assault with deadly weapon, as he hardly
relishes so important an affair to him being de
cided in such an arbitrary manner. His broken
nose and other u:i-.emly looking marks on an
otherwise good looking countenanc-j urges him on
The question id greatest importance is who will
get the cane along the 11. B. '! The answer is the
one that gives the best terms.
We are told that Mr. Tims. Hayseldcn is to plant
quite extensively on the lands near Mr. Hind's
Mill, '.'... cine to Le ground at the Star Mill. We
hope Loth planter aud mill will get a d.cided bene
fit and are certain they will.
Mr. Jas. Benton and family have left for Hamu
li ua where Mr. Kenton is to take charge of tho
plantation, formerly managed by Mr. Hughes. Jim
is smart as a trap, and we hope he will make a
fortune though we don't like to see him leave
Mr. Miles Las arrived with 'his beautiful speci
men of horse flesh, and we fed certain that he will
do bettor than he expected, and would advise all
owners of animals to tako this chance to improve
their stock of horses in tho district.
In the March nuniWr of the Xorth American
Iievieir there is an able and interesting article en
titled "Educational Needs," which consists of sev
eral different parts composed respectively by Prof.
G. Standiy Hill, Fulix Adlcr, President Thomas j
Hunter of the New York City Normal and High
School, and Dr. Mary P. Jacobi. Prof. Hill places j
hygiene as the first principle to bo observed in tho
education of children, and indeed, the element of :
health is most essential to endurance and great
achievement in study and mental labor. "Both
in Germany and Greece tho golden ago of letters
was preceded by a golden ago of national gym
nastic enthusiasm which constitute:;, especially in
the former country, one of the most unique and
suggestive chapters in the history of pedagogy.
'jSymmotry and grace, hardihood and courage, the
power to do everything that the human body can
So with and without every conceivable, apparatus
instruments, and even tools are the culture ideals,
that in Greece and Koine and Germany respectively
have influenced, as they might again influence,
young "men. as intellectual ideals never i an do save
iu a select few. Physical training does not reach
its end until it leads the young up to taking an
intelligent and serious and life long interest in
their own physical culture. Every step forward in
methods sinco Comenius has resulted from a deeper
insight into children's psychic growth." Prof.
Adler does not put so much stress upon corporal
development .hut nevertheless fears that the brains
cf little ones are overworked in the schools, and in
sists that physical deterioration is the inevidable re
sult of such overwork." He further suggests, that
44 the development of memory be exaggerated at
the expense ofthe understanding. Let the size of
classes be reduced, so that greater respect can W
paid to the individuality of tho pupils. It is well
known that in changing from one kind of physical
exercise to another wo experience a sense of relief,
which is often preferable to entire rest. Why not
apply the same principle to the teaching of the
young? If tho pupils complain of overwork, this
must bo due in part to tho fact that there is not a
sufficient alternation iu their daily tasks. An ex
cellent means of obviating this difficulty would be
to introduce technical instruction and art model
ing into tho schools. The latter would be a means
of testing the ability of tho pupils iu a new direc
tion. The introduction of industrial education
into the schools is often urged as a means
of fitting children for their future station in
life. If placed on this ground solely, it i.s
justly resisted by those who in.-ist that the
school shall be kept sacred to the enlight
ment of the mind. But technical and art
education ought to be advocated for educa
tional reasons chiefly. They aro as important
for tho.-o who will eventually enter the professions
as for tho-e who will follow the humblest trade.
This educational value mutt be kept in view. It
is because hand and eye education are a new means
of brain education, that we aro justifiad in recom
mending their inclusion in the curriculum of the
schools. It is important that we should supply a
sufficient variety of tastes to the aptitudes of our
pupils, and rouse the talents that may W slumber
ing in the corners of their souls." President
Hunter thinks, that " John Stewart Mill's defini
tion of education is general and comprehensive.
"Education," he says, includes whatever we do
for ourselves, and whatever is done for us by
others for the purpose of bringing us nearer to the
perfection cf nature." The child should be trained
to self-reliance and self help. and hence Le should be
required to do something by his own unaided
efforts. School time should W divided as nearly
as possible into three equal parts one-third for
study, one-third for recitation aud the remaining
third for recreation and physical exercise. The
great ainiof every r-yst'.-m of public instruction is
to secure the services of teachers specially trained
to produce the best results in the shortest pos.ible
time. The born teacher is as rare as a born poet."
Fr. Putnam Jacobi offers many minor suggestions
of great value aud all of her article is well worthy
of perusal in its entirety.
The Latest Talk "With Bismarck.
An intimate friend of I'rince Li-inarck, a mem
ber of Parliament, paiJ the Chancellor a visit in
the sick rDom a few days ao, and retorts a lurn
conversation ol which the Prince had the larger
share, and the chief points of which are contained
in what follows t It is not out of all reason that
1 ehoulJ be ill just now, an J I must keep to my
i bed ' We ate gettin old and tick, and dare tut
ask to be our own masters and devote oinrelvee
to the cultivation oi our garden or the care of
o.ir own affuri I cannot exj res how desirous
I am to get off for a lew day anJ rest, after the
confusion and turmoil of my evcry-Jay life.
4 If 1 ould have it mj own way I should eee
no one for a whole year except wife, children and
grandchildren. We oujSt ti live for them by
rights, and I am prevented from doin so ali my
life. Why. the next tiling is that some councillor
or other will read me a report in the morning
how the members of my family arc after the
night's rest and then there will be eo much time
gaved aain. The Emperor is a brave old man,
as we could eee in bis last misfortune that has
befallen linn. Not one of U9 all has the nerves
of the august old gentleman. I mi -jht eay that
I as lon as work is demanded of l.iui lie has no
j 44 It is our luck that tho Kmjcror never breaks
; d own, ili.it Moitke i-a'.l riiit, and Kamekc is lj
i tj anything. We civilians are not much goJ.
. ivimetiiin,; is the matter wish u-4 always, po that
when we grow 1 1 wc are inceM-antly on ihc
; I.Kik-out for an i p j ortumtv to jict awaj. The
eternal vvi-h i.r rcj-o.-e becomes a t. ut of ailment,
' and I for one, cannot t rid of this ailment, ul
' though I Lave lenty oi other "uScrinj; t. grtiin
: Lie over. 1 1 mt catctr Lad s;oj ped tdiort of a
: councillor, I sh .ulJ have lift my post lon ago.
' As it is, 1 am eoi.demneJ t t-peuJ uiy days in
' the Vi!helu)stras.-c. the street of nil others
that I Lave hated Irctn tny youth. I do not
think tint I tdiall ever et foot in l! e Hciehstn
aain. I ee they Ret . "j-IcnJidly without mo.
Why. the4 Eini ire machine is in tirt-rate
i working order, and 1 am glad there is no quar
' rcilin4; just now. Il some interminable dispute
were noin on, and I shouiJ have to grieve and
feel anry about it, I d believe it would be all
over with me. My resent ailment is older than
ru st j-eople think. The doctors have always
ai l there was iu t the least danger, but oh. tho
pain 1 tulTcr sometiiiifs ! I at-sureyoit I could run
up a f er endieular wall when it eouri on. Hut
it only couus occasionally ; then it Mi.hleiily
leaves oil', and I forget nil about it, and Inc. in
the hope that it will never return. Just you toll
them in the lveicLsta to do all they can to j ic
Vclit Useless dit-eussi uis.
44 The Emperor notices everything, and it is
our duty to spire him as much u" pof :ble. Il i
ttue he is in better health than any oi i.s. but he
is much oi ler also, and be has uVscived to iX-iieiii-
nothing but what make I. mi combut
able ;u d 1 1 ;l I V. If I l.r emitest K. plica! looked
upon the ci.erable old wan. they would stoji in
the middle l the most excited rabble. We may
consider him a model in all things. l.nJon
Daily .V ir.i, Feb. 8.
Lumber at Auction
Saturday, March 24tli, 1833,
At 12 Kooa,
IN THE PALACE
1 IN TIIK
I, U T I! K I
llrftiiju of tin
I' M It K It I' -I
ISO Ueiaelioss nil iSizeK.
Hough 1 inch X. W. Hoard.
15,000 Feet T. and G. Flooring. I
All the above is better than new, as it is well seasoned.
Tho Handsome Pavilion
Their Majesties were
Ldiniis uuil Sundries.
LYOEJS & LEVEY,
A net loneerw.
VALUABLE CANE LAND,
The undersigned, II. IS. Mtirtarlalte and V. M. 1 atcli.
Assignees in Uaiikruptt'y or Tlioiuas Spencer, by vii lne of
a decree of tho Miprniie Court of llie Hawaiian Islands
dated November i!:ird. 1SS2. in a Knit in which mi 1 A -(signers
were plaintiffs, and uni 1 'I hoiieis Hir;ic. r and
others were defemlauts, vUl srll at I'uldi.: Auction at the
Kales Itooms of K. I'. Adams, Honolulu.
On Monday, April 23rd
AT 12 O'CLOCK, NOON,
All that Tract of Land
Sotuatcd in the 1'i-trict of Hilo. Hawaii, known aa
The Alnipiiaa of Waipuiialoi,
mi area of
O 1? xL
Brinir thf a. line jucniises described by mrti s and lx inula
ill Loyal 1'ateiit No. f.T'.Mi to I'oka. L. -'. A. 4'iia. subject to
a lease now held by II It. Hind, which will rx ir .AiikiikI
1st. 1M00 ; rent, $.".00 jut annum, iiaialle seiiii-siiiiiiilly.
A larire portion ot this Valuable Tract of Laud i notable
for tiie eultivati. n of siiifar Cane, and situated near the
mill of LiJiate 4; Co , 1 a q ahoehou
And also all the riidit of sni I Thomas Sjicnrcr i:i mid to
that Lot of band situated on l'roiit stre' t. Hilo. ib si-ribi d
as follows : ( oiiiiii.-ii uii at thr corner Worth's ibvidoii
an 1 luniiing 59 ' W, 1 ch tin 11 links ; Ihnice N :U", VV
0.22 chain : thence N O i" :t(l' 1". 1 ' hain, 11 links, to If rout
titrri t ; thence f it')" HI' K to jn hit of commencement : coii
tii:iin;j 4.112 -ijuarr Hods.
XT Terms Ca-li. bo-ds nt Kvpense of Pun hasrrs. II.
It. Marfarlane and F. SI. Hatch, Assignees in l'..inkiu;.tcy
of Thomas Spencer. nn h.'4 w It.
LOST OR STOLEN.
IC K IS II KK Kill GIVKV THAT
DraftNo. Hf brawn by i i-onje C. Williamx, upcr-
iiit. ndiiii t of Hie Hawaiian oiiiin.Tcial oinjiauy on
Messrs. '. O. Irwin Co., of Honolulu, dated lx ci-mbi-r
7. 1 iu favor of Ah Sinn for One Hninlred I"'
TlnlbiT-s. and rndor-rd by the said Ah rinn was lost or I
stolen. Xhrrefure the TuMic is hereby cautioned against
m-itotiatina tlie same as the j avmi lit of thp nai 1 Iiraft
has been stopped. A KOI. OK A.
WAIuf r, M.m-i, Dec. 1 t, 1--I- iu h2l wit.
Ad 111 i n ist rat or's Not i co.
rivil K rxOKItSIfJNK.O 11 1 Vl HKEN'
1 Duly Ajlointrtl Administrators of the Lstatr of
tVillinlll Kmii. late of W'ai'aku, Slaui. dereasrd. All
jrrsons havinn claims against said Kntate are hereby noti
fied to j rR-iit the same without delay, and within t-ii
months aftrr the dat- hrrof. or thr-y will be forever
barred: and all per-uns indebted to said P.slab- to make
W. II. ( OR WKI.U
JOHN lilt II KIJSO.V.
M'ilLCKC, M.M-I, Slarcli IU, IS:. lnehJl wit.
1;it()M AND FT Kit THIS IICIK, TIIK
4 llu-iiicss rarri ! on -it . I (i Hotel Mrc t, by liow
Hint; & Co., will In- under tlie so!e maiiayrmriit of the u:i
drrsinr 1. No bills contracted in the name of How Hing
4 ( o., will be j,aid without the written order of
KAI' WINU CHEi;.
mcb2:) dr.t wlm.
FOR RENT and LEASE.
A CEUBEME LSV!f3C
For auvone wishing to u'nl rtakr a respectabbi
j Furnished Room,
i Situated within 4 n.b.ub V walk of the l4...-t-offi Always
12 ro-iiis with capabi iii. s f. r ronsid, i able ext. ii-ioii at
Mllflll -xiaii.se 13 V K 4 K S IiK.lM: at $a0
monthly, at pres. ut returning J per
rnoiith. A rare chance for a lne
chaLie, or Miml.' la ly with
A Large Yard witli room to Mid 4 Cottages
Land and Estate Ageut, Merchant St.
ni,.b21 wit diuwf.
For Hongkong Direct,
Tin: i .ii:man KTr.i8Uii4
r i . X I
s-. C III U III UI'Jj
A. FW 11 IK. CO VIM A XI' Fit,
.Will Sail for Above Port on or About May 1
For Firitj'it or ra-saj.- apl'Iy I"
II. H tCKl Kl.t) Jv CO.. ltn.
tiu: i in:: ami lu an haisk
.I II. WIN PINO, Mast. r.
Will Have Quick Dispatch for the Above
For Fincbt or I ansae apply to
II. II tt'KKF.MI Jk CO ,
IWriFW MAIL STEAMSHIP
Till". SPLENDID IKON NTF.AMSH1T
OITY OF TOKIO,
J. M A l it A V. Caiumaa Jrr.
Will sail for SAN FKANCISCO in the beginning
Passengers will plcaso call at the oflh-r of
niar'Jiltd H. I! ACKFF.LD A CO., Agent.
For San Francisco,
Tlli:; lJttlU I isll CLUTCH 81111"
.CSf-w a r- r r- A Rfl A nini
Will Have Quick Dispatch for the Above
For F'relttlit or raaaaiie apply to
C. W. MACFARLANE & CO.,
Oceanic Steamship Corny
TIIK A I IKON
g T 1
Will lure vn !'r:iarisfj far Honolulu the 01 b Day
of Ku'i T ntli. returning from llooulsla en
tlif Hi Day or F.arh Month.
SAN FRANCISCO AGENTS.
irJno. D. Sprcclicls 6c Bros.
327 Market Street.
Win. G. Irwiu fc Co.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANf
For Snn l-'ranciixco.
TIIK fl'I.KNIHIl TKAMs'HIl
A US Tit A L 1 A,
CA KG ILL, Co in ii ii lrr.
Will LEAVE. HONOLULU f OR SAN FRANCISCO
ON OR ABOUT APRIL 8.
FOR SYDNEY" VIS. AUCKLAND,
TDK m.RSIiIli sri'.AM.silll4
CITY OF SYDNEY,
lK UttOltN. ('.iiiiuaNdrr,
UILI. i.i:i F I'll II TIIK (OI.OMES
ON OF; AuOUT APRIL 15.
I'.ir Frriaht anJ (' ijjr, apply "
II. I! ACKKKI.I) Co. AfcDIi.
(.'aoila fr Sliipmral p:-r Strii incr -hm ('
Siurnl, Krrf f Charui-, la Kirr-rl
W uri knuicHnir llir Slrnwi-r Wharf, mar
M K'SIt M II A( (Kr'.l.tlx .til are una- iirepari I ti i
or ilKM'iv lilt it-.is biHKn-o Honolulu all I rtan Kraa
Cisco f r f M'.i l'ir r nini I rip.
Meamrr Likelike will leav Honolulu each Tui-ailar at
4 p. M., toiicbiiiK nt Lhhalna. Maalaea Hay, Makrua. Ui.
htikona. Kawaihai-, Lanjiuho. hoc and Hilo
K- tiiriimu will touch al all the above porta, arriving at
Honolulu each Sundxy a. m.
i-E'HK I.IK I '. I, I 14 K U 11,1, f.KAVK IIKK
VV HA UK at 4 1-. m.. and No lr elk' lit will be received
artcr a p. xi. Due notice ih Kivm of thla rule, and It will
be carried out Onvll WILbfJl k CO.
A. FRANK COOKE,
CORNER NUUANU & QUEEN STREETS.
IIONObl'bl', . I.,
Or T-2 X IT O XT.
The Folio wist;? Isickcl
V A I I.KI.K.
W A I Kill',
M A I.OI.O,
M A N A ,
WA IMA 1. 17,
K A l.l: A,
KA MOI, KIIL'KaI.
FLAG :--Red, with White Ball !
For Europe via New York.
ICS T A Hl.lNll KII 1840.
Two Sailings Every Week
FJiO KW Y0UK EVEttY WEDXEIIHY,
IR.l'i D0ST0V EVERY S1TIRD1Y
;iallX tSO nail UOU CUI.ll
According to AcrouuQodallon.
CKirRN TICKETS OY FAY0B1ULE TEUMS.
ST K K K A ; K 2H C U U It F. C V
to'loo.1 accommodations ran always be arcurt-1 a a.plicalloa
WILLI AMP. DIM0NII CO
JAS. ALEXANDER. h. fr.nc'uco.
V'J ttaie Mn-et, Ki.ton,
VhllNOM II. UHOWN 4c CO..
4 Bowlioj (irten, Ne Vork.
N- tice to Pasetiper, jrr)U1 AuMralia, New Zealand and II ono
lulu 1 he Cunard Line an.ir.in mnre than usual lacilitlrs t
through pae-trer. from Tnina-I'acifle Forts, the frequency of
its sailings precluding all p msihility of delay in Near Vork.
XT Oood Arcouiniodaiions always reserved.
VEKNO.X II. ItKOWN k. CO..
mAti 4 Uoarlioa Greco. New fork.