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au i Mr J 7 Sl'jta. Mr H ( Mn, Mtn tnmoTrill W r
I liatur.anl 2 -tni lra. lit. H lieyainllrr. Mr J Wltt
koki. Mr M,'SIt.f UrTIi M Wtr. Mr t Wutirfrr.
Mr W B W.-4 'liter, Vr C koliiug. 11 r A nrovb and ll-t.-r.
The St.lluian B. Allen h already begun dis-
PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVE R T 1 S E R, MARCH 31, 18S3.
SATl :l,A V. y,,.ch 31. lv;
ThU, IU Lint .!, ,,f tl. ,1;I.rr,.r
l.H L. ,t l.eri
in.iit'.tr;f.i i.t an- -reat
town. It ntot,t n :i al,!
arrivaU i.f y(.h,i fr.,;
ivityrf lisi:ie-H in
at-ire ix l.e. zi the
-'i ;r!.. A lrn
wcAtl.cr .J.-I.ivcJ n.:-.:n, ,f t
' tl.t i .:iTe an
niii.rial natiit.fr Lave r.a.l.r.J t
l.'i.iNtwite tlic arrival ,
.iJerable .juantitr of prMu in f xjcte.l t l.a-,.l
btwn tiow a,J Moiuly m-.n,;:,. Win, one
exception tit. nction HaU or ir,ercluu,i;,e have
not Ur-n of any importance. The Hale on Th.in-
Uay by Lyont A Ivty on Urhalf of the a.lu.ir.i,
trator of our Ute fellowr-tovru-ii.an Mr. .7. G.
Tuciier, hih forms the ex-.ti-.ii. -,rl at
tendI. Thr pric- n ali 1 ncr.- irr -ul.kr. i!,..,
iM.cure.1 f.,r the .lry ;ohU, xkU-.-U forme.I the hulk
in value of the parcel ofWeil. wer", on the v.
fair (for an tinr--irve.l sale;, aixl in many in-.-an--
Tery K'mmI. The fari'-y j.''o-ls an.l other o.i t-: i jr
o N did hot command hitch ari-fac:oi-y rat:.
The arrivals include the bar!. raiharien. Kala
iaaa and J A Falkit.hnr-. hri' W II Dim .n l and
c'ir- 'han. Ifan-ko'i front San Kranci-ic. each
bringing a full general cari, the t ry Kva from
Hnmholdt and thw h:p Ota-o and hark Amelia
from I'ort Iilakely with lumber. Th bark Helen
W Dndhy l,a al-.. put into thi p-rt on her way t-
Th export for the week comprise only the carK'
of the tern Maria E Smith ron-iUting of l.-'J7.:537
B nsar. 5.f)00 gallon-t ni'.hw and c.n.- h-ma-na.
That favorite v-n-l the V i Irwin iil-. f..r
San Franci-H-o f-day and will tale a full c of
The receipt of Iomtic pro-l . for the wc-fc
have been 2i,3o2 pk 'ii,'ar. 'J' pl.t ri-e. C.V pki;
paddy, and 2-:j LbW tiiolas.--i.
On iiaturday lait the bark Hermann was Id by
auction t Mr. Jamc-i CampU-lI f..r $ J.). Soma
doubt (xmU an to the ext. nt and chara-t'-r of the
repair neceary make h-r a soui.d vc-s-l
the pnrchaae wa a fpc-culati ve vne. Her out
fit and spar however are worth all the money.
The arrival of another tcamer from Ilonkoii
carrying a lare imniler of Chinese cidies oiunnt
bly boanl for Vauc.itver' Inland show tho dis
potitiou of tUU cla.tF of IalMrer4. (many of whom
Will deert the hip here) to mirati to these
Inlands to be a strong a ever. Sht.r.Id the rtric
tion again-tt thi i-Ia-ot of (migration which tho
authorities at Honkon ; an. Can'on hate en tit
to imj, be withdrawn. th-re can lo little doubt
that we nhall iuickly have another lar,
of thi.i Mort of n putar:. n.
PORT OF HONOLULU, H. I.
Mar!! Ntinr Kitauma Hon. Srr, from Ka'ml ii, Maui.
wirb CiiO paj. -r ami J b.ig rn
3'iur i It HUii... Cani-r..n. from Krui, tlh
11:4 pk.' .iik-ar. -!M I aa iHy. 40 .a
n.-e ari l V htdr
ftmr Jam.- Mik', .M JlK.nal.l fruiu Waiauae
Oalin, w.lh l.ax ar ail. I 1 4) t.tila
Sehr KantkaouU. from Hmiokaa, ilaoai. with
2Wnl m( an(ar
l feitiur lkrtika. Kinir. from Maui au.l lla:t vritii
4011 hu auar aii'l lu lltil mi la-B-..
Scdr K.Ka'iluoIii. from II iiiil. l. Kmoi, I Ii 'l
hmjn rw a
Hchr J-noi from l.l -l -, K nai, w.:li i;m
itehr Marion, frotu Kiikuih.irl. , ilfuii.
H'.l u H4ar
toop fclabi.l niua, from I.snai
4 3br I'anahi. (ruin U..ki:a Hawaii, m.t'a
i7 S. hr iialakala, fr..ru Peix-t-keo. Ilaaa.i,
10oO j"n n t rar
Scbr Mile Moitk. fnini Knuato. Molok ii. with;
240 bvaiu.ar ami - itW ru..la-aet k
"iir l.rn'l ii;l. rr. a ll-i.-lo. M u.
Jl i.-Ur Kaala, frotu K'M.lau. a!ta. with 44J ba
Schr Mot Keiki. fr.iu I'anwal i, MuU.kai. with
214 keif unior
hrl'atriua. from (I wat t. Maui
19 tiur VVaimaualo. NcImoii. from Uaimaual J,
Oabn. Willi 401 I iDuir k lit l.bU lu.il a
Schr Ka Mot. from Kaiwilabilahi, Hawaii. wi:b
i:Vld ba4 auar
ik-kr Ehukai. from Waiabta. Oahil. with 319 l r.;
KUKar anil 3TC ba' adly
Mar 30 chr Nettie M.-mll, from I.ahaina,Ma.ii,with l-"
S-cbr Meefuo, from Kuolau, Oabu. with 501) I a;,'.-
Stmr Lctana. I-orzcn-k.ni, from Maui ami Muluicai,
with 414 liai aiurar
Scbr Maoitukawai, from llinainaiiln'. Kauai, with
64 I ti un ir a:ul l'J-J baira i.a My
Stair Itokulii, Mcrt-ror. tr.nu Kuolau via
Wailaa. with -C4 LaH i i'r. - ba-fi rice
Star 34 m W L'aiari, n. day from Sen yranciaeit
li .law lk Kalait ua. 11 .lays', Tiom San r raucia.-o.
Aiu chr till A Hau-i..ii .lay frniB Sail Francisco.
Am lik ll.t.-n W I u.Ue .lay from 1' T.-wmo-uJ
id Via tru Kv, W ikiuan. i"J .1 i4 frjui lluuiliol.lt
? ia Uip tttfK fn.iu l'..rt l:ljkrly.
iw.tm tri W 11 I 'I moil 5. Ibiii.tint-, '11 ibj from
29 Am bk J A . B!ki:ilnr. C..4kIiiiu. 21 Java fr-.m
lir ttiur til.-i-flc, Sprerhly. l'J .lay trim Nagai jki
30 Am t.ktne A::i--ll i. Ncwball, 11 Jay from Tori
U KIM lTl K l-.S.
t-.'SoHr kaluua. tor Malik , Vlaui
.-scbr Manuok twai. fur lan iiiiaulu. Kauai
UK trar Kilaii.-a tio-i, arn. p.r Kahuim. ilaui
.-tmr C It lllabop. l ameron. lor Kauai
Stiur I.ebua. I.orzruu. for Molokai and Maul
acmr Mokolii, Wciire-or, for Wailaa au! Koolau,
Sehr I.ino.iho. f.ir Kol .a, W aiinea, Ilanapepe an.!
11 .tmr l.lkehke, Kiui for Maui an.l Hawaii
St:ur VVaiiotnalo, XVlsirt. f-t WaimmaK Wstiu
iM-br Mary K lu.tfr, for Kana and Kan, Uawaii
f-tiur Jau:c Mskee. ilclKjual.l. for Kauai, via
Wau ii'. (abu
Schr Kauik.-aouli. for llonokaa. Hawaii
jrJir Mar;on. for Kokuthaele. Hawaii.
fe hr Jenn:. fur X tiliw:Ii. Kauai
JS Sciir Kaaia. for K'!au. Oabn
:elf lin't Siel. for K.rfau, itahrt
j -rhr I'atei ma. for llanalei. Kauai
M.-hr .VJilr Morris, for Kamalo. Molokai, and
rchr I'auaht, for Ookala. I.aaan
JU-xiur VVaimanalo. Xri...u. for Waimaualo. Oal.n
cl.rMoiKriki.fiT Fauwaln. Molokai
tr Ehukal. for VV aiilua. tanu
Kahol.en ia. for Ka aud Watans, Oabu f'
Lr l llania. for llanalei. Kauai
u .ru M K .ini:h,J. lia n, f-r San Fran.
I.M I'OK T".
r.ar fai'.arlen. March
. ... ....rl .-.i 1 r b acktng. 7 c t.ots and
Zi I .k. b".. -ks bran. 3 do, 1 W, ,27 e brel.
Ju L ..X. vaiaal bricks M r. p . 77...2.S) ahinle.
I f"oi c, T rTal.'i W makerel. M
, r- I r :a.nT IT" -u V" iu.uin.i-.
bbl flour. I ca.- '.' J b.,.i...s. 4 I t .ns I: .v. Jl
23 IU- bop., t '- k ,u. r. U,e t. k iltry,.
oakum. 1U ' W"-AVd...r..l'-.- pa; . r,
F" , '?, 3 r.ks b c but:, r. -.2
i roll wall pi. r. , buttrr. -J M err l..-.n.
pk..;ker..r gxlx h..t!..Wf. .'cs and.-, pk-s
tea ha .ns. I V. . half tit- tar.l. He. r .b'-r
f k "IV -V-W Pts. 2.) M sh:.w:.. tl ctl corn. I
h "JlZ l clothing 2 ak 'k. 2t r, dr...-. ! c.
tf0r. 7u bids 0 ur. i c. dried fruit, etc . 2" c. . a:
aootlis - ,D"'Z i.i r aalmou.3 i s firear:ii
e"7..' irnrVTO t.-na hay, 31 pk,' hardware. IO cs ink-
mKlZ T.I., 1QO ho,rs. lAi ctls oat-. 1 cs.. various miv i-
-JOO bbla brae, TVaer. 7 cs pow l. r. 4 cs and 10 k. lard.
!k hra-'ir11atu;lrh.nes.57 pk,-s ,o...-.-.,. t ,.kgs
r.V lr. Value. J.2.. l 00
TT T Kr.ncl-co.rH-rt1.as Hansen. Mar b 2-. M
F'a; ealilk bran.3 c. b.vons. 4si post-,
lb- "'f', pea castin.-.. 2 ert crnk.ry. 1 cs.
S23.5.W Handle-. pc M h . in hjH Jt
drus. 1 JJb.,. T ,r ,n safes. 621 bbls lin.e. 9 bu lls
trJwar. . machinery. 41 ira'ls C.ho!,i,.-. .- ells
Iron FT"-- hip chan liery. 212 gallons ( ali:..ruia
wine. w If Iiimond. M.r. b 2su..
From San t ran. I- o. I b..,n. bis ba--, 4 II ctl .
.od 3,n',n',"l i,,e. l" l" M bricks. UCWS lbs boneine.l.
barley. V'!- , oi biilt.r. 7"S bxs candles. :r. cs rann.'-l
676 ctls "r"- o.Lp,.. IT.", i tU c.rdaie, 122 ctls corn. I.
si cs i urtii-
a dois. 7 f
.... . . . . v b J 1 .1 a ' . . . ,M
etUwbeat,-Hio4'5 - . Mar h 27-37.711 feet
Tiomrcn-TrJKr, lumber. 2..! M
bin(l- fl rM-r bktue J A Falkinbur March '20
From San Fn M bacon. 3 bbls l. f. 2i ks bla.t
tanks .m.nonl.. 3Wj'ail z x iA-
iilj lb. brea.1. 1 M bn. ka. li doz br.sim.
,H lintter 33 r canne.1 sroK 3 c clothing.
47 lb- cheM. 1 ctl " 2" - ,Ir"'1
'i'oi c. furniture. M bMs n mr. I.VI5 lb
f .Vdw." 'aTion. bay. l.H lb- larl. I j v.
itli bran. '
0 M cigarette,
r . . - a n fish
buna, 10 Pkifs ?r.V. etu millstaffs. 24t ctl oats. :tv Kl
tock. 3 " ""V, ctls irat.e. bbU Krk. 23 bxs
U.l Plnt ii b"ls' salmon. 1I J M ahinSli-s, 4 bx.
,ai-ui,30 c. and f ,.,b-co. 230 Kls turpentine. 14
IcaJ- Tot... .... u,.
fndiel i "s cbocoUte. X lb- e. 1- crn. 51
5",?: S ttTkU r troods. r. dried fru.U. el.-. I ll . eann-d
TTr.,V,.oVry.J- r-:-,,';; V,; :- .VV-. I th.t quarter of ,1, city.
en nif' 6 c "" v - , ' l'v.'M tiie Hongkong Kuly Ve.s.s we l.arn tnat
Ipi ''''"'VWr' v.UrVi-ni i .here an- 21 entries for the Koyal Hawaiian Cup.
LViyb..t.30c.,c.-tIH.w.W. Y " - ,..,.,- I prJ,etcd bv His Majesty Knig Kalakaua. This
lrB- Fb,'T:,h: .I. fr... I.) I h...M t-U-rlace the third week in lebruary.
lunituon. 1 'c. ':Vl,rv i: !.!. an 1 .:..-. t M bri. k a3d the r. -ult will probably reach us by next mail.
l'"r iji I'rari-ii-i, j.-f F,r,- ) i- Mn-li Vi Mi;'r:,
I. ;, !V. !,. Ila.-kf. 1 1 r., :,-.'. i- .. irinf.ti-i: '
Ul.t-o r. Hjfii. , ;f.: jli. i-: IT.'-m lr . .-:tif t L"i.Z .V
'; lil. irin;l..--i . V ; i: t ti 'A
Mai.farUu-: At ... I !. : .: ir, i
F r .-. Krn .. .r F. ..! ?.M sr- S-.--ir:
"'". '-'1'- r , W ii rwi:i .t ; jj'i C i It-. lirpxi r o ;
i;T.i4' It,-. A I' , h, . r i , JH"j; !t-.T Ii Iiivt-
-, .'.'.ij,i;,., .V. !. V Mvfariabe i Vj; il
!;:. nii V.ti . il .r .. -.- . ;?.. i
1 r.MoK 1 M
t x 0 j i f"
v-ry ! .!. S w.n ! ; In
; .1-: I ! j . kv. Mar li .'I.
iini.-t. '!i-4.t.-h1, Bn'I.Hr ' r.nj t:. t.-i); arnvt-I lu
11 .n lulu i-arl-or, March H, f:r a pa-K.- "t -S ia.
I'e;,,rt of II aw jk Ival&ka ia. Miliar, ma1' r feaild
from mii t ran.'i. o March 1, l.al 1 ght NW wincli up to
Marc h 5, lat 3! X. lonz I f' s VV. Mi..-rienceii ao'itherly
w.n l ril weather t" Marh Is. lat S . long
1 M V ; friu ihfore exp'-riem-e 1 l.jr'it S VV xiu l. and
i-n:ii. :oMip'b ii, lit Jl- X. I m l.tl.W : fruin thrnre
--ri.-ni-e 1 lii.-lit N W win.li an 1 bl-aait wth-r to
I-nt. Arrival id U-.uolul.t b-r. ,r March l uft. r a
j.a-.-.a- of it ilayi.
U'-j-.r'. ti.i tPrn Kva. V'ik uj-., in ,tr I.e:t Kurrk t.
Mar.-u :;r 1. at 0 p. in., tii l.r-t il h .'i.- ha 1 .-m.l i-aliu o:!
Il'imi.i'lt i:r; tbn if .r 1.',- X ' win.J f.r 4S bo.ir-.;
t!iru irot -.n-h. r!y .tnl K b. : . -a;.-! c li-M u;. t. tl- 17;b;
th.-n tn- wiri.l l.a ii-l t.. l.-i:, .j; lat-u le i: 'il X, l'iiit'i
tu le I Ii- Ci'.V ; t.-; ii'li,-;,.. win 1 lna i t-. !.W,n.l on
ti.- 2 1 at Ju Ut.tulM iV 1 J X :, louTitu le 1VJ- V . the wu.d
lii.l.- l to W-jW ju 1 u illy, in, r.anini; t. a h-avy gal f.r
hour', tbeu L-rn iualiy liaiilin t.j X VV an.l ni'xjeratiiz :
i.u lh-ii,.,riini.-i,' tlie i'.th ni:Lt-J Maui. UaJ calm ami
-ry b.-j.vy X VV aw-U: at p.m. gi.t the . tra lo; arrive.!
at i-.,rt of Honolulu. Mr. b i-".th, afrir a .mau;e of 22
daya. ila-1 a bavy wt-:erly aa-' U the whole paatace.
Il-.rt of ti..- W If Iiiiu .u I. Iloullet. mat. r Left ?an
i rLi. i , Mar. b 7th. an 1 experience.! tine weather with
very libl W win.U throughout the voyaje; arrived in
the harbor of Honolulu, March 21th, after a ia-ab'e of 21
It. p..rt of the l.ktne J A Falkiubunr. 'ioo-lrriarj, mafer
Left .-an "raIlCla.o, March nth; from this time till l.Vh.
li'ht variahl.- win4ii an 1 calm, wln.la mo tlv from -V
ari l wr-t; 1.1th an.l 1-tb, wm l from NW to X, id I tine
w.jather. than we hal t.. .lay tra l. , wLich was all we
rero-iv.-.j mi tae pa-aje, with the exception of the lat
iav. I'rum March 2Nt to 2!-th. hal the wini from Houtli
SW, w.t XVV, aometimes rtron with rainy weather. if"t
the trailea on ta 27th, whi h coutinue.1 to port ; amve.1
oil Io anion 1 ll.-a.l, on March 2-th, after a paaia4 of 2i'4
ilayn from rjau t'ran.-is. o.
l:. port of t:i- bktne An.e'.ia. NVwhall. master Left
I'ori T..wn-"-nd, March 4" h. wit h clear weather ami litrht
V win.! wblc i i han;. 1 to the VVV aoon af terwar ls.
The liii'l l:.; p t of thr voyage vi generally rouiih anil
much rain, an.l three fjuaiU w r. evp. rience l ; Ishi four
itay Into jK.rt cltir with liht NNW breeze ; arrived in
Honolulu Larlj-.r, March 31. alter a paaie of 27 daya.
1'r .tn H.in Kr and .. f.r Ka'nilili. j er m lir sario.
Mar- h 17 MraM l.illlli, Mia Kt.e !rri. ret(T)la-n
For San Fr tti-ic", per Fori af Queen, March 2.J Mrs J
Moor.-, Mi. X Culhuane, v A I iiin.-oml,p an 1 wife, S VV
Ku n lair -, II M. yer, 1' J I.itt 1- hall, I' M I.iii-., r 1 unifr,
i l.re. nt-1.1, I.a I. -lane ! I.ea iieyea, II W iUoii, .1 Fo-al.-r
harl. a Thomp-oii, J no I'nval, A Hanson, Mra Warwick.
From San Francisco, per I'aiba-ien, March Jl Mr C
I'.ih khu, l.'l.arl. I.iu l, and 9 Chiiiameu atrvrae.
From Kahtilui. per Kilaile Hon. March 21 V II
I!a:l y and wif.-, C W br.oMaril, A l'.arbi:ir.Mis Kamnk. a,
VV - A llrewer.Mr VVilkm Mrs bron,Mr Campbell, 1
hi Hainan and ffJiln k.
From Waiana, per Jam Make.-, Mar, h 21 J L Rub
ard-u.ri, a-id 3 lep.-rM.
From Maui ail llakii. p-r l.i'o'.ikc, March 23 C F.
Kl.hard-.on. Ji. VV.hl. .eo !' lloli-n , 1 1 A l;ii.K:r-,
Kru.e. liM K: i .-., C C M-rii. nan, is Kvunei-Iev, J F
Noble, !" Fan. 1!, Mi-s K Wetmore. ti M I.akand wife, A
Ji'li-r, if- and chill, .J K Kaaainni, J II Treluan, S
llarrl-.o, Mi. IIiu.ik, U ' 4ia-kill, 11 VV I'utmaii.
Fioim .-'an ! raucineo, per K iNksii.i, March 2'" Miss F
Kind, W I. lirivvr, .1 Vat..ii, wife and -i ch.JIreu, i'
I'oakea, A H iiu.i:. r. J II ink.-, .1 Casry, A Wallace, K Kelly,
J S'lvn, Miij-irii Aree, K'i Khiiarm.
ror rwaii.i.oi, I r niiinci .'ii, ...drill ,- .fuiiiliir.
w i- A Iirewer. o lia-k.u. t apt F A itobbiu-. 11 r
V.roieri. k, Mra Wilbur. Ma-t.-r F I'eterjmii.
s.ii, T To.lt. Mr
lle'.bar I .Iiaea I-vfe (.'). VV II liailcy and ife. lion M
l.rde, VV lavis, C Coakea. A l!arb..ur, and alx.iit 50 deck t
For M .lokat an 1 Maui. p-r T.kh ua, March 2it M Ilyuiau,
Mrs I, I Kai-ima a.ul child, M:ss A i'.aunlster. J t'unniiig
bam. J T Iionney, Mrs AlUlia aul 2 children, W obi
Leonir, and about 21 .Its k.
For Knul. per f !.' ltihop, March 2(" ' M ( ooke and
firmly, 11 P.. i j.-, V II J..l.ns..ii, K William, Mrs
I . 1 .1 - -.cj 1 1 an.l 2 clnldr. a Mra. K K Hindi, Mrs .1 iS
lii r, J Auahu. -i I liiui'M' , and about 5.1 deck.
From Kauai, per Clt Iliakop, March 21 V lud, V
Kahlman, I. Titcoiiib, Mm Kuoke, W Alapai, W C
I'artrtdii-, It lthea 1, VV ii Karrean, VV Aineminn, 7
V.r.in- .e a-i.l a., iln k.
For Maui and ltaw .il. per I.ikclik-. March 2711 M
iic-en Kal iol uil. Ilia V.x Jno K liuh. A Sander, wife :'.nd
a..r, I ('-i. pt II. T N l'ha- mi l ife. V O Irwin, K ;
Macfarlan.-. Miss Wetnto re. Master Jl Alexander, I) Mac
.illivray, J Koran, J Woods. I iodfrey ltrown. ) X Wri-'ht,
Mr llanford, Misa Hover, ;. I-' Holmes, c S Ky iiie-roley,
II K Hadr, F Spen.-. r, 11 I XichoN, D Crowniii-'lHTR, H A
lia'lsiu. !. J A It.xlauet.il A lir U-.-y, Mrs Kia X aliaulclua
J K Kawamui, I.' r'Z, T Afon r, J F Xoble.and 4 Chinese.
For San Ftancis.-.., per Maria K Smith. March 28 J K
Sch.Njler, It F baa.-t, i: K lt.si.1. Wilsou, wife and c-hll.I,
tieorye f Wells, wife and child.
Frotn San Fran.-iaco. par W II Iiimon l, March 23 I K
TriIie. It O. rke, J J Doiievnn, V Beals.
From San Francisco, per Jane A Palkiuburp, March 2!l
Captain I' Tierney, II L.i. t jieiis. J 1) Taylor, J Branch.
From Maui and Mol.ikai, per I.ehiia. March 31 M lly
maii, J T Downer. 1' Daltan. Mra .Mci.'orriston, Master F
Foster, Voia Ieoug and M deck. ,
From Wailua. per Mokolii, March 30 His Kxcell.-iicv
;.ivernor liomlnu. H F llolles, W ti Fr.ish.J II lilack,
and J ISrow.i.
It OK V.
POKP.)::-In this city March 23rd, to ihowifeof Mr
Jo-epu M. 1'ocp.x-, a sou.
srTHEKLAXO SINCI.AIi: In this City, at the retd.
il.-n.-e of the bride's parent', on Monday evening, March
2;ih, by J. A. i'ruzan, minister, .fames Sutherland aud
Sins Mary Sinclair, both of Honolulu, il. I.
PKltKY Iu this c;ty, March 27th, at his residence,
s.-h.Mil Mreet, .fason Ferry, late Fortuguese 1 onsul. at,'ed
alxuit 33 years.
Fl.ITXEK. In this city, of sofieniu? of the brain,
!avii Niei. Flit-fr, in the fdst year of bis a'e. lu-ccoa.-d
was born in Fittst.m, Maiu, lieceaiber 22. Hi2.
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.MAKCII 31, 1M3.
MEWS OF THE WEEK.
As w go to press we are informed of tho death,
iu this city, of Mr. Pavid Flitner. Thefaneral will
ale place at IU o'clock this a. m.
Wi: are under obligations to Captain Wikmaii of
,. lrd F-vii for 1nt I f u tn 1m iltl f liillwrs.
I M:t. JvsricK Ai'sTlv will preside at tho April
.Tcr;:i. The Calendar, which is not a particularly
heavy one, will be found in another column.
I Mi:. K. (iKUKK, an entorprisiiig importer of stock
! arrived vi-t.-rdav by the YV. 11. ltiiitoinl. with a
lartt lot oi iios.
i The native p-diceman who picked up a dummy
man and t gin bottles on lieretania street, and
carried them 'X to the police station, has not vet
U-e:i revard -d for his bravery and enthusiasm.
Sj.hk vi.-;;jr-. to the tioveMiment Library aro in
jli'- bal.it conversing loudly occasionally, to the
jricat ami-'-aiice of tho who are engaged in reading-
The trade winds havo at last reached us, which
i.f course everybody knows by a feeling of bodily
comfort, but it is just as will to put it on record
that wc see how long thev last.
I'm: tir-rmaii bark Hermann Jsold on Satur.lay
f-r S l.ii 'K Mr. James Caui!.eil U-ing the pur
chaser. I'aptain C.Mike has be. n placed in com
mand. Dhumo's. new block tut the corner of (jueeit and
N.iiiaiid rtriats will b.kiii bo ready for o.-cupatioii.
A wi.b; s-.dcaalk is ling laid around it. and the
is a crcditaldo addition to the appearance
C.vi Tvt.v Mii.t-KK. f r s.imt- tint jia-t iu coinniaiid
..f the Kalakaua. has Ikuii succeeded by hi- son
agreenblo gin th-iuaii and
thorough seaman, well fitted to till all duties re
quired of a master.
Tut: new brick building net: to Castle A Cooke's
store on King street, and the oilier new one on the
corner of Nuu.mu and tueeii -tivets are having the
finishing touches put to them, and will lw ready
for occupancy very soon.
Ilrit Mur.sTV the (Jue-.n. having received int.-lli-g.-:ic-
of t!.e illness i.f her sister, the Princess Ke
kaulie. (iivverness of Hawaii, left f r Kohala yes-
t.-rd.iv afternoon on the l.tkelike. accompanied by
II:s rc!!elicy the
Minister of the Interior.
i"i, secure the Custom House building against
-sil.le damage from the weight of goods stored
I iu :..e rear of the second story. large posts are le-
!i-!g placed under the tb,.r beams, .fiist at present
tln-rc are over six thousand cases stoid in bond
T.it: wint.-r term at Oahu College closed on
Tuesday last, and the spring term will op,n again
in two -.v.- ks. tjuite a tiumlx r of the teachers
have goir-to the other islands for a little recrea
tion, and we learn that an almost entire change in
the ierssitiiel of the faculty is contemplated.
Mk.ss;:s. .1. W. HoBF.ursox .V C. have in iheir
store a picture of the Canard steamer Servia. one
of the largest ships now atlout in the Atlantic
Derail. Her length is 5:!0 feet. That is. if she was
set down in Merchant street her stern would be
bl.M-king up Xuuaii-.t street, and her bw I'ort
street. H.-r width l-ing 7yi feet, she could not lie
accommoda ti d in Merchant street without remov
ing the buildings on each side. Her tonnage is
HAM) tons, and her engine lU.OOtl Lorse-powtr.
The L-juahlo Home will le formally opcr.f-d this
if ?ern-on. tho cx-rciv-i t' c ni!:ic:i'e at 4 o"clC.
1 i pr-e:it.
' Jwr is ?!id hi . jf.Hlcrn Imitators.'" w :!i 1-e M
Cruatr .:n-!ay evt-'nn theme. Servirs in the
ni- ri:;::,: at 1 1 o". ! );.
I;v an i'. olw r:.;n.co f our n.arine n porfr. the
r:a::.e "f t: c r-o ani'r (ilene! was written back
ward . r..-i r rvrfi the name i:i rt-a.lin it.
Tnr. 1: i'l S.jr.Tvi-.)r. ri-.-tc rdav. c .npleted the
i;r.id.i: of rt .-.r-t. fri.in the wliarf to the june-ti-.?i
'. M-roU in: tr et. in a niont satisfactory
OkT.t t'. have han'in in their
tniv painted plague pre-'tutin? a
view d -iiiis.t :i:
tropics. The- laly arti.-t t
The auction -A :"i-' f:ir:iit ir- and tittins of
tho premise occupied by xi.t Ji.ar.t.-e Commis
ioi:er and auito was well attended yesterday, and
1,'fMi.l prices were realized.
Thkke will be no muic this afternoon at Emma
S. inure, a the Uand will be in attendance at the
o;.niTi ..f the Lunalilo Home at 4 p. M. The Band
will lii-.e an extra concert on Monday eveniri.;.
April -Jd. in Emma Square.
Mkssi:s. J. . I'.oHKRTsox Co. have or ihsjc-e-!
tion on their counter, a line specimen of wurknian
j ship dou in their Hook binding Establishment.
It is a ledger of SW pas madtt t order for one of
; our mercantile lirnis. The lok weighs thirty-one
A miout rou'h board fence has been built oppo
site -Ir. J. H. I'.run's cooperage etabli.shrnent on
Fort street. It i.s surely not an ornament, and
neither can it be utilized for the display of bills.
The environments of our main street ought to be
more useful or leautiful.
Tin: macadami:n of Fort strc-t rapidly ap- J
pruaches coiupl-.-tion, aud will, no doubt, be a job !
well done. A dram is bciiij,' built from the corner j
1-low the Hackfeld premise down Cannon btreet
makai of their lot, and the whole street promise to !
le kept well drained.
Cai-t.vin Tiernet is shortly eiiH.i-te l to return
from the Coast. On his arrival he will be appoint
ed to tho command of the bri Hazard, and pro
ceed to the New Hebrides for more labor on
account of the 1'lanters Labor and Supply Com
pany. ! His Ex. Gov. Dominis, returned from Waialua
la-.t evening per steamer M ikolii. much l.enetitte.1
in health by the change of air. The steamer made
the run from Waialua t' Honolulu in seven hour
and three quarters.
Till" Koad Supervisor deserve credit lor the
exi-elh-nt job done on Fort street an.l the similar
improvements, which lie projwises to make in the
1 immediate future on Queen, Alakea and Halekau
1 ila an.l down to the Likelike wharf will be of great
Yk.-tf.kimv morning a harmless, quiet patient
wandered away from tho Hospital for the Insane
an.l came into town followed by some native, who,
knowing him to le pupule, chased him up throw-
! in stones at him. and eventually lassoing him and
tving his bauds tiriulv W-hiud hi back.
Nt.vii F.ister' wharf some barrels of molasses
have busted and the ground is covered with the
syrup, so that people passing in that vicinity in
haste or by night are liable to g?t their feet daub-
ed. Those who have placed the barrels there
I should b considorate enough to cover the molasses
' ... , . -i n
I AfHR commenced to flow last night from the
wen sunk at ine iiorinwesi corner oi i nomas
Square, and at ti o'clock this morning the whistle
of the boring engine announced that a full bead of
water was pouring from the pipe. I lie well is 4 "Jo
feet deep, and tho pipe 9 inches diameter. The top
of the pipe is 27 feet above sea level, and the water
rises ono foot above the pipe.
Ch nicl.iers and brackets were fitted through
out the legislative Hall and offices in lower part
of Aliiolani Hale for the Ministerial Ball. They
will remain thero jierinanently, and will prove a
great convenience, more especially in the Supremo
Court-room where the work is often continued un
til the sma' wee hours of the morning.
Hat is lieing landed front ships almost every day
and though it is usually removed from the wharves
without much delay, it sometimes happens to lay
on them for a few hours, and we noticed yesterday
some smokers sitting on a bale, which suggested tho
need of care about throwing the lighted stubs away
in the vicinity of such combustible material, as we
saw one of them do. .
Hai-.plu's and the other popular magazines are
now to be found iu tho read in r room of the Y. 31,
C. A. Yesterday they wero doubtless temporarily
removed or lost among tho many old numbers of
magazines which usually cover t!.e tables, as wo
know that Messrs. J. W. Robert . n & Co. are
prompt in supplying these periodicals as soou as
they are received here.
Aftkr some weeks of trial the parties who intend
' to start a newspaper here in the Chinese language,
have succeeded in getting t'..: lithographic press
brought here by the Pacific Commercial Adver
tiser Co. to work well, and we yesterday saw a
poster in Chinese just " pulled " from the stone.
It is a clear neat impression, and we have no doubt
but that those who are working the press will have
a great deal of work to do in the way of getting
out handbills, etc., that may be needed in 4 hurry
Messrs. J. M. Oat Jr. & Co. have now on their
counters the initial numbers of the American and
Cn'iese Comtnrrcial Xeicn, devoted to the publica
tion of commercial, financial, industrial, political
and general news. One entire side of the paper is
printed iu Chinese characters, and we would call
particular attention to this half of the journal.
The Xftr. claims to be the only journal of its kind
published iu the world, and we think it probably
is. Wo expect soon to see the first numbers of a
Chinese paper published here.
' 'Although several new restaurants have recently
been opened in various parts of the city, all seem
to be doing a thriving business, yet few come quite
up to tho liu.st standard, and some are bo unwhole
some that it is positively disgusting to dine in them
liecauso of filthy fioors and tables and slovenly at
tendance. It is impossible to understand why the
proprietors of theso places allow such a state of
things. It would seem that they would find it to
their own interests to have their places kept more
cleau and neat.
On Sunday night Mr. II. L. Morrison, steward
of the V. G. Irwin, retired to his bed at 11 o'clock,
at which time everything was all straight in his
room. He arose at 4 o'clock yesterday morning
and missed a quantity of clothing off the hooks.
On further search h found that all his good
clothing had been stolen. Fortunately his watch
and chain were tinder his pillow, er they would
have gone with the vest. Mr. Morrison requests
us to state that if the pocket book and bunch of
keys that were in a coat pocket, lie returned
through the post-office, no questions will be asked.
Although the sUanier Olenelg, which arrived in
the harbor last Thursday, presents a clean bill of
health, and. a" far as the Port Physician can
judge from a general examination, there is no
dangerous disease on board, yet the Board of
Health deem it advisable to be cautious in the
matter, and in order to make a more complete
examination, and guard against all possible intro
duction of disease, the passengers will be detained
at the reef for a few days. If they refuse to go
there, however, thev will have to tie quarantined
on the ship for fourteen days, according to regula
tions. There is no phvsician connected with the
ship, and no one on lmard with authority to give
bonds for her. We havo reliable information to
the e fleet that a very large number of Chinese
may le exiected here front abroad within the next
few months, and too much vigilance cannot le
exercised by the health authorities to prevent the
introduction of contagion. .
Messrs. Eiii.eks .V Co. opened on Monday their
new rooms, lately fitted up in the rear of their
store, where they exhibited the most lieautiful and
choicest of goods that were ever shown to the
ladies of Honolulu. A broad flight of carpeted
stairs lead from the level of the main store to a
light and airy corridor above. Upon each side of
the staircase are displayed elegant dres patterns in
silk, the material being so disposed as to show the
effect when made up. We notice also some very
prettv designs in Kensington Embroidery worked
into tidys and marked in long strips for the ladies
here to finish. Above theso are new styles of para
sols that are very attractive. Our attention, as we
g up the steps, is particularly called to some new
and elegant designs in cretonns. Those that show
aquatic plants and little fishes are particularly
nice. At the head rf the stairs we ent.r upon a
pretty, well lighted corridor at the end of which
hung curtains of French jute. Behind these cur
tains is the entrance to a room fitted up expressly
as a ladie's toilctt. where those who are down town
shopping can go and removo the dust, and freshen
their toilctts if they choose. Ojx-ning out from
the corridor on the left hand ii the reception room
presided over by Mrs. E. i. Small, the lady super
iutendant. whose taste and skill is displayed on
every hand in the selection of the beautiful goods
and their arrangement. There are richly uphol
stered chairs in which ladies can sit and examine
th patterns and styles, and a huge cheval-glass
affords them an opportunity of seeing how the
drapju-ry lieconies them. Miss E. Jones lias charge
of the cutting and fitting which is done in the
Penetralia beyond. Xear at hand is the workroom
in which are seated a number of dress makers busy
with "band and gusset and scam." The room's
are all light and bright, and there is such a variety
nf beautiful goods displayed that the mere enumer
ation of them would till all our available space.
We must mention some rolls of oatmeal" cloth
if for mi other reason than to express our apprecia
tion f the fitness of the name. We know that the
la.'.es of Honolulu will be very pleased with a visit
to the new rooms, and wo are sure that the firm as
well as Mrs. Snail and Miss Jones will be happy to
! A it' of the 1st Jud--e K iburtson's friends,
ijemb . of t'r.f l'e:;ch and Br and others, have
commi--- d .Mr. Stroi.g. the arris, to paint a
fr.il si.:e ";. i.-t portrait of tin.' Judge, to be Lung in
the Supreme Court room. There are a few fair
like:tss-.-s extant, fram which Mr. Strong hcics to
i produce a sati-factory portrait.
We publish elsewhere a time table . f the Be te
tania Street Hallway, prepared by the Hoad Super
visor .eo '.ono joiVn'o. I:i addition to this
table we are requested t sy that there will be a
bulletin board fixed at the corm r of Alapai and
Befct.ir.ia streets, and another at the c-r:tci- if
Tunahou and Beretania streets, announcing the
time of arrival and departure of trains.
The schooner General Sigel after twice trying to
land her freight of about 50 tons of coal, returned
to port on Tuesday last, from Hu;-1d. Maui, and
rep .rts verv boisterous weather. It may be re::ic-r.i-b-red
that th schooner Prince was wrecked at the
sanii.- place. The Gen. Sigl will now sail for some
time 0:1 her Usual route to the other side of this
Mr. C. C. Mebrixan, the mieroscopist who has
been travelling from one point to another of the
group during the past six weeks, returned from
Hawaii and Maui last week, and reports himself as
delighted with his trip. He has collected samples
of sand at Tarioiis points containing microscopic
shells, and has also secured some fine diatoms
from Kahului. We hope, ere long to give the
result of his examination of these interesting forms
Whether it be that the growing of the sugar
cane, and the manufacture of sugar on these
islands develop " a sweet tooth " in the resident,
or that the love of sweeties is universal we know
not ; but we do know that the quantity of fine
French candies and bonbons that Messrs. Levey ,V
Co. receive by each steamers, and dispose of before
the new lot arrives is something wonderful. So
are the jewelry boubous they have for sale.
We regrst to announce the death, on Wednesday
moruiug. of Jason Perry. Esq.. of this city. The
deceased came to these Islands about thirty-two
years ago from his home in the Western Islands.
He was born in the little town of Frequezia de
Pedro Miguel, a short distance from Horta. tho
principal city of the island of Fayal. and at the
time of his death was nearly 5.5 years of age. Mr.
Perry acted as Portuguese Consul at this port
since the establishment of the office some ten years
ago. with only a short interval. He was much
respected by all who knew him, as an honest, up
right man. During Wednesday the Consular flags
were displayed at half-mast throughout the city,
and his funaral, which took place from the Homau
Catholic Cathedral tit the afternoon was quite
Aiiout ono thousand square feet of tho old
Custom House wharf gave way Thursday morning,
letting into the water a large pilo of shingle ballast
that had been discharged from the bark Hermann.
Ths section of the wliarf that gave way was within
tun feet of the outer end, and an examination of
the break lead to the opinion that the piles imme
diately under the ballast had suuken under the
load. " The support being thus with drawn front
tho heavy timber extending across tho wharf it
broke, and the floor timbers resting on top of it
were also snapped ofi' short on the line of the tim
ber on top of the piles on both sides of the break.
The piles under the wharf are about sixty feet in
length, and have been in position .sixteen years.
The Superintendent of Public Works. Mr. Stirling,
thinks that as the entire end of tho wharf will have
to be remade, it will be a three weeks or a month
before the damage is wholly repaired.
"The Times" Leaping Article. Extract from
the Lomloa Times : Passing by a crowd of minor
notions, we come upon the exhibit of the Waltham
Watch Company, which, in economical importance,
is perhaps superior to anything else shown. The
rivalry of the watches of this Compauy has already
bewn felt by our own makers, and a hesitating at
tempt was made last session, in the interest of the
Coventry manufacturers, to prevent the watch
cases of tho Company receiving the English stamp,
which certifies that they aro made of gold.- It
would seem that the Waltham Watches may defy
all attempts to exclude them in this indirect way.
Their first claim to public approval was derived
from the extraordinary nicety of their construction.
They were made with such ierfect exactitude that
the parts of all watches of the same class could be
interchanged, and, production leing thus mado
possible on a large scale, cheapness as well as excel
lence was secured. But thu Company have gone
on introducing improvements in their art, and tho
compensation balance they have devised seems to
have overcome the standing difficulty of the vary
ing expansibility of the spring and the wheel. It is
said that the delicacy of construction of the me
chanism invented by the Company is such that a
micrometer they exhibit at Paris measures the
twenty-five-thousandth part of an inch, and might
readily be divided under a lens into oii-Uuiidred-thousandth
parts, M. McInerny, Agent for this
Kingdom ; also Agent for Gorham Sterling Silver-wjit-e.
The Trade supplied on the most liberal
terms. noil 3m.
March 22nd. Yesterday afternoon a bullock-,
cart was upset between Eealia and two boys
which were in it at the time were thrown upon the
ground; one escaping uninjured and the other
being so badlv hurt that he is not expected to live.
T Mr. J. G. Hayselden and Mr. II. Treadway, con
tractors of Honolulu, with some masons came to
Kauai on the C. It. Bishop, and have gone to
llanalei. to make calculations in referance to the
new bridge at that place. Mrs. James Makee ami
daughter. Miss Ilosa, are visiting at Col, Z. S.
The subject of interest which engrossed atten
tion this week, was the question of the location of
the second statue of Kamehameha the Conqueror,
which we were officially (or rather Royally) in
formed is designed for Kohala, and very rightly so,
as this was his birth-place. At the request of tho
Governess, who has receiltly been paying us a visit,
a committee was selected to decide upon the site
upon which the statue shall be erected upon its ar
rival. This committee, consisting of twenty-four
members, met on the 22d, at the Court-house, in
Kapaau, to discuss the question of location. Among
the members were the following foreigners : Messrs.
Vida, Woods. Chapin, Kenton, Holmes, Atkins,
Smith, Sheldon, Ewart, and others who did not
put in an appearance. The native members con
sisted of the Poliee Magistrate, who acted as chair
man, native lawyers, and sugar planters. Various
locations were suggested and their claims and ad
vantages warmly advocated. Among others, the
respected birth-place of tho grand old King, near
Kohala Plantation, called Halaula; Hapuu, near
Halawa. where he was raised, and his favorite
dwelling place, on the bluff near which he stood
and marshalled the lleet of war canoes for the ex
pedition which resulted in the final conquest of
Maul ; and Xiulii, at the Eastern end of the Dis
trict. It was finally decided by an almost unani
mous vote, that the statue shall be placed at a
point nearly central of the District, 011 an eleva
tion in the land of Ainakea. near the Government
road, and almost equi-distant from the Star Mill
and that of Kohala Plantation. If placed on a
high pedestal it can there be seen front a long dis
tant iu every direction.
Honokaa possesses one billiard saloon where
such liquid refreshments as ginger pop, manufac
tured by th proprietor, and sodawater may be
obtained ; this saloon has recently been the cause of
much talk as Mr. John Halliday. the proprietor,
has lieen summoned to appear at Hilo on a charge
of selling spirituous liquors without a license. It
is reported that two men havo a roving commis
sion from the Honolulu authorities to l.iake a raid
upon all sly grog-shops, their energies being
stimulated by a promised reward of $25 for tacli
conviction. Hitherto they have been successful in
one case; the present one being tried at Hilo the
result is of course at present unknown here. The
two stores in the township were both visited by
searchers after whisky, but it was found that no
liquor was kept at either.
The heat has been unusually overpowering lately,
no trade breeze blowing to counteract its effects.
For weeks past there has ben no rain, excepting a
few showers at night, and the weather has been deli
ciously fine and most agreeable to the planters. The
dry weather, as well as the rainy, shows the fearful
state of the roads in tho district, the place being a
mass of dust. Will the Koad Supervisor come
along V A week since during two consecutive days
lightning was seen vividly and thunder heard in
the distance where evidently a good storm was
The little schoooner Kekauikeaouli has been and
gone again, taking her usual cargo of 2,500 bags of
sugar from the Honokaa mill. On her lust
trip up she left Honolulu at the same time as the
Likehke and arrived here seven hours before the
mails by that steamer.
Where is the Hilo whaleboat crew, and w'hy
don't they come down the coast? A fair sized
whale Is almost daily seen disporting itself in the
sea quite close to the shore.
Complaints are verv general from all parts of
the island concerning the state of the can crops,
returns from the various mills giving a smaller
percentage to the clarifier than usual. As the
complaints are heard from so many different mills
and districts, the cause is assigned t last year's
unusually dry summer. The cane looks in "splen
did condition but the returns are small.
Two natives who were fishing last Wednesday
managed to smash their canoe ; fortunately for
them the Honokaa Wire Hope Landing was at
work so that they were quickly taken into the car
and placed upon trrra jirma. A report, without
foundation, was at first circulated that one of the
men was drowned.
Two cowardly acts have been recently have lieen
performed here. Mr. IUckard lost "a valuable
young bull some time since which was killed
at night, and last week a portion of Mr, Overend's
cane was set on fire at night. The many friends of
these gentlemen express their detestation at tho
acts of sorna mean cowardly blackguards, who thus
strike a man inih dark behind his back. These
robbers and murderers will strike once too often,
then let th-rUl bs shown 110 mercy.
We have r r.r trade winds blowing again hi evcry
J odv's great r iicf.
j Last nigh; Mr. G. C. Williams gave
a dance at I
' TLo n-ual services were held in the Anglican and
Ih.-.mau Ca:h he Churches ytst-.rday stiood Fri
day . and were wt!l -ir-.i'ii h d.
On Monday me,i ni:ig 1). Bigi cr. a man working
f -r Sprcckelsat Waiale. lost a draft for ?T5. which
was found bv a native working with him. Tues
day morning the native told Bigeur he had found
the draft and would return it in the evening as he
Lad given it to his wife for safe keeping. This con
versation was overheard by a Portuguese named
Heal, who was working in the same gang. Heal
immediately went to the foreman saying that Le
wanted to leave. He was sent to Spreckel's store
to receive his wages. Upon the receipt of his
money he proceeded to the native's house and told
the man' wife that the draft found Jby her hus
band belonged to hint, and that she was to deliver
it up upon payuian: of $10. which he handed to
her. The woman gave him the draft, which he
immediately had ca.-hed by the Portuguese baker,
and then left the same afternoon jr Iwalani. On
the native's return home, after his day's work, the
swindle came to light. The baker has l-en sent to
Honolulu to identify the perpetrator of this piece
Our authorities are verv active in their search
foi- lepers. The Deputy Sheriff caught two secreted
over the sitting-room of a dwelling-hotise here. A
trap .1 )or, very ingeniously Contrived, had been
cut in the ceiling, but notwithstanding the clever
way in ' l.ieh they were coneeah-d they were discover.-.
i ;...d have U-e't sent to Honolulu.
This t;i .ruing a Waihee Constable, was brought
up o:i a eha;-.-;--' of
l-.ikciiiu -s. A number of wit
;Le charge could not be sul
1:1 wa,. however, sr.si tmied
slant iate 1.
until his e
. ere: t s
in., to-day. tl
1. a -o
for 1!) year.' of land of Kaiiiehatne ntii and Kealahou
1 and 2. :ut:i:tvd i 1 Kula. and containing about
-Loin! acres. It was '..nocked do an to A. Barnes for
March 2ith. 1 --?:.
IN.3ANS HOSPITAL REPORT.
Honolulu, H. 1.. April 1st, iss:i.
TO IIlS EXCKLLKNI Y JOHN K. lll'SH,
Minister of Interior. Sir: I have the honor
to submit to yon the report of the llosi-ital
for the Insane for the year emling March
31st, 1SS.5 :
Whole number of patients present at
ning of the year, April 1. l.s2
Number admitted during the ver.. .
the year. .94
Number di. d . . .
Number cared fe
: and treated during
Hawaiian, mah s
South Sea. males
South Sea, femahs
East India, males
Negro (African) , males
' Total 91
Of the number twenty-six discharged
cured, twenty-two were taken into the in
stitution during the year, while only four
of the chronic cases or of those that had
been in the institution over a year recover
ed anl were discharged. This fact shows
clearly the importance of giving prompt
care and early treatment to insane persons.
Statistics of lunacy show that wherein
sane are sent to well-managed hospitals
and treatment commenced immediately
after the accession of the disease, that 75
percent recover within a year, but where
treatment has been deferred for twoyiars,
only 10 per cent recover. And further that
the insane are treated far more successfully
and economically among strangers and in
well-managed institutions, specially pro
vided for their treatment than at their own
homes, surrounded by their families and
by similiar scenes and associations.
The great misfortune to the insane, is
that many tire retained at home until the
Lest period for successful hospital treat
ment is lost. Very often the simple change
from homo to an asylum seems to bo sulli
cient to . secure the beginning of convales
cence, and not 11 n frequently the improve
ment in behavior and conversation dates,
from the day they enter the institution.
The average number of insane among all
nations, is completely the same, ranging
from one to one and a half, for every one
thousand of I he population.
' If the population of this group of islands
amount to seventy-live thousand, you can
depend with certainty that you have no less
than seventy-five insane persons in the
Kingdom. There are to-day 57 in the asy
lum, the balance are on" the different
islands, some at large and some in confine
ment at home, among the latter class six
to my knowledge can be counted in the city
Whatever objections, that existed hereto
fore against theinsane institution here, as
to lack of room, provisions for classification
etc., have been substantially removed. A
new building has been completed within
the year, with capacity for 20 patients,
which has greatly relieved the crowded
condition of tne old building. And we be
lieve it to be the aim and object of the
Government to provide prompt and proper
accommodations for all its insane, to have
those cured that are curable and to give
reasonable comfort to those that cannot be
The location of the Asylum is in a
healthy district, surrounded with scenery,
varied and attractive; the lands are divided
into garden shady parks, and a few acres
for tillable purposes.
Knlightened experience shows the ne
cessity of giving employment to the insane
occupying their minds and hands as much
as possible. Here, the garden, lawns and
taro patches, afford abundant opportunity
for those who are able and willing to work.
On an average, 33 per cent, spend a part of
the day in some useful occupation that con
tributes, not a litlle to the support of the
institution. Too much however, in way of
profit should not be expected from work
done by patients, but the amount f the
labor required should be estimated by its
benefit to the patients in restoring their
I would suggest that this institution be
known as the Hospital for Insane instead of
Insane Asylum. To inform a patient who
is just returning to intelligence that he is
in an insane asylum, has a very undesira
ble effect, whereas to simply state to him
that he is in a hospital, has a consoling and
The institution is yearly becoming of
more importance, not that insanity is on
the increase, but that the public at large
are feeling a deeper interest in the subject
of insanity, and aie more and more in
clined to send the insane where they be
long and where they can obtain proper
In the year 1SsO the average number of
patients was 35, in lssl the number was 45,
and at present the average is 55.
The mildest system for the control and
management of" this unfortunate class of
people lias been adopted, relying mainly
011 tact, kindness and sympathy. Absolute
non-restraint, however, cannot be claimed.
When patients become noisy and boister
ous with a disposition to annoy and injure
others, they are usually confined to titeir
rooms for a few hours, but no protracted
seclusion is allowed. I Ju t where a patient
becomes excited and violent, assaultiug-the
other patients and attendants, stricking,
kicking right and left and breaking furni
ture or trying to force his way through
windows and doors, we have 110 hesitancy
in resorting to st.ong wristbands until his
fury has abated.
1 am under many obligations to William
Wright, manager of the Asylum, for his
prompt, kind and ellicieiit co-operation,
and 1 cheerfully recommend him for your
commendation 011 account of his fidelity
tunl careful consideration of the wants of
the inmates of the institution.
To your Excellency and to the President
of the ISoard of the Health, I tender my
thanks for the politeness with which my
suggestions have been met, and the prompt
ness with which my plans for improve
ments and necessary repairs have been
adopted and carried out, and for your visits,
aid and encouragement given "during the
year. Respectfully submitted,
Your obedient servant,
M. Hagan, M. D.
Physician to the Insane Asj-Iuni.
The laws of Hoylc
Quell many a broil
While t'laving games of chance
St. Jacob's Oil
Cures many a boil. '
And makes the lame to dance.
BKKKT.IM1 STKKKT IMILWlY,
Kvery Day, Excojit Sunday.
street about :
arrive at Ka-
Trams leave Kanioilili
7. 45 a.m.
7.20 a. Si.
Trains arrive at Alapai
street about :
The above time will be kept as near as possible
VALUABLE CANE LAND,
The uuJcrsltifd, II. It. M.efurlaue an.l K. M. I 'ten.
Asinees Ju baiikiupt.-y of Thomas Siu-nci-r. I17 virtue uf
decree of the Sn reint- I'omt of the Hawaiian Isliu.ln
dated November ls.v.!. in u stilt il which ski 1 As
signees who lilain.i;!--, and sui 1 'I'll. nuns Snem-er arid
others wi re ilefemlituts, will s. ll nl fubltj Au -ttnii nt the
fales Koonm of K. I". Adams, llouulu'u.
On Ylonday, April 23rd
AT 12 OTLOI'K, NO0X,
AH that Tract of Land
Situated in the IUstrict of Hilo, Hawaii, known
Tim Alnipuaa of Waipunalci,
Containing an area of
3 , S S O .orojs,
Beimr the same premises described by metes mid bound
iu Koyal l'atent No. CT'.X". to IVika, I,. C. A. 4i'.7i, aul.jei-t to
a lease now held by It. It. Hind, which will exjlre August
1st, 18'JO ; rent, $5o0 per annum, payable semi-annually.
A laiye portion of this Valuable Tract of band is suitable
for the cultivation of Sugar Cane, and situated near the
mill of Lidgate & Co., Laupahoehoe.
A nd also all the ri'ht of sai l Thomas Spencer in and to
that Lot of Land situated on .Front street, Hilo. described
as follows : Commencing at the corner Worth's division
and running S 59 - W, 1 clmin 13 links ; thence JJ 34-, W
0.22 chain ; thence N 55- aO" K. 1 chain, 14 links, to Iront
street ; thence 8 30 31" E to pi iut of commencement ; con
taining 4.3'J Square Rods.
IET Terms Cash. Heeds at Kxpenseof Purchasers. II.
It. Macfarlaue and F. M. Hatch, Assignees in iiauktuptcy
of Thomas Spencer. iuch'J4 v4t.
ONE OK TWO SKItVANT lilHI.N OK WOMKN FOR
Housework and fOr minding Children.
Apply at a M'llllOb ST II KRT.
mch27 dlw wit.
H. A. BURNS,
Plastering, HarFinjsMns and Decorating.
1 URXS" PATENT PbASTWlINO MADE TOOIiDKU
X ) to fit any surfaee. Walls lini-lii-.l in the ln-st Myle.
II. A. III KVS,
UihliO diwllin rii ut ral I'ost-olIU-e, Ilonolu'u.
Ailminist rat or's Not ico.
'alllC ('M)KKSI(J.VKI) IIAVIMi ItlCK.V
B l uly Appoiuted AdiniuislrHtors of the Estate of
VA illimu K mi i, late of Wailuku, Maui, deceased. All
persons having clnims against suid fcstate are hereby unti
tled to present the sniue without delay, and within fix
mouths after the date hereof, or they will be forever
harred : and ull persons iudebted to sui.l Estate to make
V. II. (NIK.WVKI.I..
Waili-kv, Maui, March IU, 1BS.3. uith'J wit.
Plastering ! Plastering ! !
Burns' Patent Flustering!
N O MOKE CRACKING, NO MOKE FAI.MX'.i DOWN.
Plastering made as u. aily
As it can be.
Xo Lathing or Hoarding Kequired.
BURNS' PATENT PLASTERING
Is male in sheets and nil-. In Jsl.iiar Kiirriojf
prepared for hard-finish, or paper. Il will nol Till
ilowu II Soiiketl wiih VV liter.
Look iu at the Lecture Rrom
Of KAUJIAKM'IM Cni'RCll, and examine the work
being done there.
The Cost of this Indestructible
l IRE-PR. iOF PLASTERING is the same as that chsi ged
for mu -h infetior work.
For sample sheets, or iiiforiun'i m concerning eosf, ( t -..
apply al the Kauimikn; ili l l.anli, to the I'atnntee,
muau d.v.wlw Jl. .. HUKXS.
A V I N (r SEC I' It ED THE SI )LE AGENCY ON
'Ihse Islands for this
MOST USEFUL AND ECONOMICAL
Automatic Water-raising Machine,
Vc would respactfiilly call ths attention of
Planters, Stock Raisers, Dairymen,
To a few of the advantages that the
IVisse-scs over father luethcxls of rairiug wat.-r.
IT IS IMIRFKCTI.Y SlMn.F,
Ai:y ono who can fire " a small sti-aiii-boiler bi i 14 fully
competent to n.anae it.
IT IS PFKFIXTLY AlTOMiTIC,
Working as it does without any other attention than to let
on the Steam.
IT CIX LE PLUM) AM WilRKL',
Occupjiugas it does lut 3 by 7 inches for the smallest
size, an 1 j! by i't inches for the an.'ct.
nir.p.: ike 10 sizes,
"VVLi ,h will deliver from 8 gallons per ii.iuut, Til ii , I 5Q
GALLONS PER MINTTF.
IT UILL IUSCHIRGK
EXTRA DIRTY SKYVWiE WATER, SKI MM INC. 8.
MOLASSES, MID, CHEMICALS LI A RLE TO
CHYSTALIZE, and from 25 TO 15
Per Cent, of MUD, GRAVEL,
SAND, Etc, Ltc.
IT . ER (.ETS RISTY OR l)EIlt(.EI),
And it can be worked on low lifts with EXHAl'riT -STEAM.
IT IS MODERITE IX PRIfE,
And all the parts liaVile to wear aie easily got at, and can
always be replaced from the Agency at short notice.
For further particulars please address
II. Ti. CRAriUE.
Sole Agents, Honolulu.
For San Francisco,
TIM- 1 BR!TI.SII CLIITERMIIP
A B E R A PJ A PJ SJ ,
Will Have Quick Dispatch for the Above
For Freight or Passage apply
C. W. MACFARLANE & CO.,
tuchSa d3w. AlffTlt
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP
THE sri.r.NMD ir.OS STEAMSHIP
CITY OF T01U0,
J. M A I'll A V. Camniaailrr,
Will Mail for SAX FRANCISCO in tli liKinning
Pa!ciKet i!eao cull at the nflic i f
marJOt.l II. HACKIT.l.n A CO., Agent..
For Hongkong Direct.
TIIE Al GERMAN HTEAMSI11P
A. FISCHER. COM MANtll.lt,
Will Sail for Above Port on or About May 1
For Fi eight or Parage apply
II. II 1CKFEMI &. . !-.
inch 17 wtf.
STEM m TIKBLIKH
Steamer .ikelike will luare Honolulu each Tuea.lay at
4 P. M., touchiiiK at I.ahaiua, Maalaca l ay, Mukriia, M a
liukoua, Kawaihae, Laupahoehoe aud Hilo
lU-tiirning will torn U at all tke alKio port, arriving at
Uouolulu each Sunday a. M.
' J M I K I.I K KI..I li K 11,1. I.KAVK I IKK
E WIIAUF at 4 r. m.. and NO Freight will I re. .-Ive.l
after U r. M. Due notice 1 nr. ell of thl rule, and it will
be carried out fmvll WILUKlt k CO.
PACIFIC iiUIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Fop Sail Fi iuicihco.
TIIK riri.KNUll) tfrKAMMill
A US T BALI A,
(M U l.'tl,!,. Caiiiuiandfr.
Will LEAVL HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
ON OR ABOUT APP.IL 8.
FOR SYDNEY VL AUCKLAND,
TIIK fri.KNDIU H'EAM!lllr-
CITY OF SYDNEY,
w iu. lku roit tii: iolomin
ON OR A30UT APRIL 15.
For Freight and !)(, apply in
II. lUi'Kr'KLIi A C. At-imia.
(oo.la far Shipment per Nlramrr raw at.
ir Sirrtl, Free of CUnrtfc, Im iha f-'ir-pr..f
Wnrrliaii'r nrnr Ilia Slraiitrr Wliarf. mar
MKSrMtP. II. MA' I K Kl. t CI r nnm prepare I ti !
ue RKtUllS TIOaKC h l eu llonululd an I n Fr.
ciaco lor $125 tli round Irio
Jl FRANK COOKE,
CORNER NU UA 'AU & QUT. i) V STREET3.
IIONOI.UI,! , II. ..
7 G 13 1M 1' 2P" O It
The Following Isickcf
W A I KIIL',
M A I.OL.O,
v W4I.A1 AI.P,
K A 1,1) A,
KA MOI, KHI'KaI.
FLAG .--Red, with White Ball !
Oceanic Steamship Com'y.
TIIK A I IKON)
'.VilllMM n I rin.-Nf j fur !! in ilula tbi 91 h
f Kith 3it?i, rrt it-:; from llan!n!i
the 82J Dr f Ktch Muiit!i.
SAN FRANCISCO AGENTS.
TirJno. D. Spreekels fc Bros.
327 Market Street.
Win. G. Irwin Sc Co.
For Europe via New York.
K.ST A UI.ISIIF.D 1840.
Two Sailings Every Week
1E0H KW YOBK EVEHY TEI).ESI).IY,
rS!HI B1)ST: EVERY Slit RUAY
RATES OFPASSACE :
' UIX " SO nnrf tlOO GOIill
According to rr..ir.ii. elation.
RETI'RX TICKETS 0 t IVORtlil.E TERMS.
ST K Kit AG K 2H V V It ft K . V V
ca'Joud arromra.Jtioin can alwaya be areured a alir.mioa
WILLIAMS. IIIMONU k CO..
JAS. ALKXANUKR, t.n FrancUco.
W Plate furet, B'mlon,
VfcKNON II. 0K0WN CO..
4 Bowling Green, New York.
It.iliee to Pa.aenirera Irom Australia, New Zealand and Homo
lulu The Cunar.l Line afTorda tnr than uniial (aciliiir !
throuf h .ae-iei-r. from Trn.-Haclflc Purti, tli frequency
ita ciihngt prerluiling all p niil.iliiy of delay in Nr. York.
XT O.Mxi Arcommodarion alwayt rpnrrvi.il.
VtRNON II. BKOWN CO..
4 Uowlinc Uraen. Hew York.
'MIK LMIKKMIIXKI) II A V IX; 11 V. K N
U Dulr Al.ji.ilnted AdiiiiiiiHtratur nf ih. ltite of
C.!.'!N't. PA1'' J"'s',,. ! KuarUian of lila adoptwi
child, all perKona liaviiiK claim aRuiiiNt aaid i.-tala ar
lierl.jr nolifle.l to preaeiit the lama without rlelav. and
witliia fit month afu-r the data hernif or they will I
forever barred ; and all r-raona indebted to aid Khtata.
to make immediate (.ayiucnt.
A FOO K
Admlnistratorof Ihe Kutale of Chung I'aa cleceaed,
IIonolcli-, March 1C, uichlfl dkwUa.