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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER. APRIL 7, 1883.
an ! J r Muun. Mr H i Wi. Mr i. ..m n.-. ; I. u..
SATURDAY, April 7, li-:3.
Last week we adverted to ti.e num. r mi fortiori
arriTal. and again we Lave to note arrival- from
Europe, the United State a;:.l China, whirh natur
ally brin; about cr.rj.i!er V. bnsim-.-.. As i rcvi
ously alluded to in tlie.io c::iiuhi.s the tlirf
accommodation Lan been fund iiiniifticient for our
rapidly inn-easing trade. The eoa.-ti-r- have L-tn
making rapid jia.-isagt of late, thanks to the tem
porary return of the trade winR and the conse
quence in, that domestic produce La-i come to hand
in large .juantitie. Prompt settlement of quar
terly account aliow a favorable condition in finan
cial circles, though most of our retail dealer
would prefer monthly settlement. A meeting f
the creditors of Mr. Lee Chat, an absconding
China:.-ian, tend to show that hi credit wa- un
limited and a many of the note pre.-ented in
Court were long overdue, it was hcif evidi n: tliat
implicit trust wa ritioscil iji Liw. The estate uill
probably pay 50 cent in t"w. d-.llar.
The sudden influx ,f ( biiio lalr-r ha -j;;s. .l
quite a mirprixe, more especially when we are sud
denly apprised that alut 5,mh more will arrive
daring the enuiii' live wtck. This tiiuttr Ik.-ih,;
of uch importance to the community in a neral
we have devoted a lengthy editorial to the subject
which we commend to the rual of all.
The arrival comprise the C I: Iiishop from lire
men, the S S Oceanic from Hongkong, the Klinor
Veron from New York, and two whaler. The
Sadie F Caller called off the port en route from
Apia for tho C.at.
The dtpartnre f.r th Coast i-'.niiit three
eel with carir- valued ar att-ly at a iiuar
ter million of dollar. The S S r. .inie lid not
takeaway any freight l-iii-.j tiinl.l-. ! enter our
port owin; to her heavy draft of water.
The receipt .f domestic produc f.r the week
hav been, Sri; iC, 9.o."0 package ; 111 :. "ihi bags;
Paii, 17j0 bag.
The tock of cattle ha lx en aM?l to by the
landing of one bull and two cow ,f the c-l.-bratcil
IloUtein breed from Oldenburg. Judge .M' Cnlly
i the s(rf-culative inqx.rtir.
The price realized at the regular ca.d :ale f
our auctioneer during the wi-ek have Imi very
fair. Thislayat 1!J A.M. will l-e i-i.uiiiittii.icl the
aale of carriage and carriage material belonging
to the eatate of the late M. J. lio.w . In the eve
ning ileri". Lyon A I-evey advrrti e a very iin
portaut sale wf paintings, (ii-;ra ing and fancy
A will !' een in our adi l tiing eolmniis,
Messrs. Wf.itlnan A Wright have piirehused tho
bil.dtte .. .-i t'.if lati- M. J. I:n.srr. wLuh t! rv promise;
t carry on in all its branches. IVing practical:
men. K'maI results may In: autieipated from thoir
The quotatiou of Mr. A. . Llli., the stock
broker, arc given below revised to date.
Stock Quotitioas to 1) ite
Picrtti D bv A. i- 1:1.1.1s.
SrM'x Uuoai u.
I'ar. I'.id. Askd.
Hoouku tui(ar Co
Kitaara iuar Co HWl
Kolua sanr Co lo
alakre Suitar Co Iikm
Oukala bnitar Co I'XN
Walhee Suiiar Co.... I-smj
Huki Minar Co .
Olawalo Sngar Co l'"
Waianae Co UAt
Waimanalo Sn'ar Co lot
bminiti Sugar Co. bond..........
Kohala SiiRsr fo
The Wallnku Sugar Co "so
Union Mill Co
Star Mill Co .
Kant Maui Plantation Co isi
bruie Itanch Plantation Co........ Vj
FacISc uuar Mill.... J-si
Hawaiian iiell Telephone o...... IO
Hawaiian K It 5i
KaCnilnl K. K M
Iubr-island Steam Navigation Co. 1U0
' BrewiT Com pan T Mercantile) 10O
Fast Maui Stock Co. i.Hanch; 1M
I A) 2.H
Prospective Sailing of the P- ii Jiteiim-
ships for 1883.
ro:t at rA.-i.',:
Austrul .t.... .... April 8
City ol New Vork Mayli
j.l.odi .......J line .1
City el Sydney. lu y I
Ausimlii July i
City of New Vork u-rust 'In
Zeaiandia... .Heptemtier 'Z-t
City o( -ydney. ...Oetol r 21
A l-trill ... November I
C'ty Ne Voik..lx-r .ii
kj.i jicinin A; vnMi:
C.iyof Sydney . April Ij
Australia..... My U
City oi New Vork.-.J.ioe l'l
Zs-il.india J:ily .
i:y of y;ucy Viii-'i-si j
A'is'ralia ep!i!i:ii-i '
City of New Vork...ss pi
...iljn.lu Ic!ul r J
City of Sydney V 2
..-ir.tl.a Dceeiut:r 2i
PORT OF HONOLULU, H. I.
CO IIVIII .
Mar CO Schr AVain:.ilu. from Oaoiuea, Hawaii, with ttso
Schr l'ohoiki. from Kan, llaw.-ii. with 10 cord
31 Stmr llaiii. Fates.fr., 1. 1 Man! and Hawaii. with
.lit pk;.-s uu.ir and So lude
M ur kil.iuei tlou. srirs. from Kahului, Maui,
witb P .l t ki auar and -ft h.is corn
S.inr ' It r.isn. p. Cameron from Kauai, Willi
lTt.j k.- aui:ar, and T.SI Ica pad.ly
S:mr W ii:,aril. Nelson. Irotu M k.ii:inalo. I laliil,
l f U :rs auar
S hr Jennie wlkr, from I'apaikou. liil .
Hawaii, with '.' ta sil.-ar
vhr Kalnua, fiotn Waliko, Jlaul. with lih) ba
Schr W allele, from Mallko, Ma ;l, with IJoO Usj-s
S hr .ljolo. from Hakalan. Hawaii, with 19-.T
Aill 1 Stmr l.ikellke. Kin. from Maui and llaaaii.u lib
17 'jo lai(a " it'ar
Stmr Jaun a Maker, M. I'onal 1, from Kauai
with .1.10 loir auKar
g nir -M. k.dii. M. '.rror. f. r Kalaupapa. Mol. kil
hi Waioii.fioiu l'aaiihau, Hawaii, w.tu 10 ki t-
1 .p kaiuiloiuua. from n aiauae, Uahu
1 ehr Kuia. from Koolait. ahu, with
I . ban
0 S:ir Mokolit. Mctirejior. f.oai Kalaupapa.
Schr kauikeaouli. from Houokaa, Hawaii, with
J.Vsi bi-f ai.far
Hehr laahl. fr.iru KohwUlele, Hawaii, with I5n0
Jl. hr l.hukal. from Wuialu.t. ilahu. with X'.J l a-s
-s,ir 1. 1 hoi in... from l.lee and K loa Kauai
with 1 l.i br ui;ar and loo ba-s paddy
5 stu.r Waimanalo. Nrlaou. from atiuanalo,
Oaho. with '' bak's amrar
M hr l.uka. from K"htl . Hawaii, with J'sdl Las
6-, hr Vile Morris, fr.na Awalua, l.anai. with !
h a.1 n. p
Schr Jennie, front Nailiwd., Ka.ia-, with P'si
bajs no. ar and 410 Las pa I lv
e Stmr Lelium. Iaraen.n. from Maui and Molokai,
wilh vl i hajjn incir
7 Stmr Kilanw lluu, rear, from Kahului, .Mam.
with l.V fcaa ugr an l 41 this u...U., s
jOer ll c i: t-Uop. a:.r-. III .as lion
OOsS tin ainc, ikV!i , M day from Ibujontf
i Am l.ktne Fl.n.-r V-ru U uioidm-y , Us da
troni New Yerk
; BM ayrr!iiik,Kalou. ra. fiom alpara.so
IIKP.I KTl" IX K".
Mar 3 tmr Mokolii-tr Kalaupapa. .Vol. kai
,.. It M..... k.w.i. fr Kek.ib. K.i...
. hr II.te.kala. f-r v,-: k
. hr l.niiua. f-r ll-ei. K.-.ho. ' ' '
stmr Iwalaui. l'.ale-. t-r
" K.i..,.;. II..... -ear-, f. r K.bu.iii. M.m
Miur t II llho;.. Couet... l-r hnnal
' iilr I-ehua. 1-or.a. t-r .. -.. '"'"l .
Stnir Mokolii. M.-..r.f.r. f-r I..:.ipap. Molokai
S-hr Meofoo. for K'-dau. tal.u
-mr W.in.analo. Nrlo. for W ...n.U.Io. Oahu
tror l ikelike. Ktnr f-r Main ai..t Hawaii
f tmr J.me. .M.kee, .Mcl- nald for Kauai
Schr Jennie Walker. f..r I'apaikou. Hanail
H.-hr Kalnna. for Maliko. Uui
tjchr Wailrle, for Malik-. Maui
Schr Nettie Merrill t r I jihatoa. Maui
-hr aioli. fjrFaauhau, llawau
-hr Waimala. for nonie. an I llonomii. Hawaii
hr Ka Mot. for KaiwilahilaM. Hnw.i
vamla. fir Waianae. Uahu
4JKMokl.irM.:.ireor. for K...1.U. t.ahi,
iclir 3iio N -- ,
.J. ,.K..iki f.r Kona. Km and Puna,
7.. w:..keaoMli. for llnokaa. M.w an
br W aiiiian.il ahu
i. i i i
i Irwin. Turner, for Saa Franc:
'-"."..'... c.i,in.i..r Sar.
lrl ""-": i ..n.for sau t ran. i
, .. I mm I '11 .
jZo ! s Oceanf. Davison fo
Tlinor Vernon is adverti-ed
for i-ale bv
CTh: Hermann will probably., hove down for
i.. rx f S S. Oceanic arnc.l on Tuos-Iay
T.ll.ei t from Hongkong via Yokohama. After
TuJTsi C.ane- immigrants c Thursday .he
d'l onSier voyage to Sa r r,nc,.,c. taking
a few psenger nd wails.
T r. Vii Corvette Navesdniek arrived from
vTai vcl-r.lav. TheOe.m.n war ship I. i
J itcted daily from the ame port.
' T; Vu.iralian md teaner Australia i, due t.
Tb to ban Francisco.
sail for Hongkong direct
MEMOKA M A.
Ipoit of LsiV 11 I'.i-h'-.r. Wtl't-r". mHtr-
hrftnut, Nove:i.tjr 11, 1 1 the Lizar'. X-t 1,
ti-t the j'l.it.ir on lin t i.:! er 1 .', A its uut Hd vrry
Iwl westx.er a; e lltj;,. Kr..,'i .V- h l. nilu le m the
l'a ifio loi.l liht Win U li-l i-alin: rr"l tlie rqntT in
the I'aTific )Ur h 17tb, 1.4 i:y out. lia-1 l.!it tr l.'s from
thei. e ti l"'rt. arnvniK t l!vU- lula A1.1 a. Ul days
l a.-a.-. All well.
Ij.rt -'f th.. 1 ktn Eilri'-r Vmin, IIuiii;ihr-y.
taster-l. ft New y..rk. NVv - .:. r x J"-i ien f l . r-:i nfcry
t" r t':.r-r t:.r"i:i!hi at t!i v. ::'' tri;-. nn-l nrr.n il la U"ij'
1 !.ar)--i nil vet 11 at.il vt:t!i'..it auy at-eiiien'a, April St a,
'f, r a j K'-av of ls :ays.
ri'j-.a Port Towr.M-sl, jr Amelia. M.ir. ii 140.331 ft
lou.'ii l imb. r. -'207 ft b;. is. S0.1T5 It floortlif . bO M
latus, J'jO eedar iliinlea, 4 t.:g potatoes.
from II jugkiit;, f-er Gl Liel, March 'Ml'S pkg tjene
f rom lirmn n, perC I: Iiishop, April 3 3-15 c brandy,
4.' i s tlinrnr.Hjftie. vj ci wine, J) ru u'in, 3J3 c 1. quids, 500
i tin. 11 and 00 bbls beer, 512 bbls bon? mra', 1 loco
luoMve. 1 pinn, 1 physician's apparatus, 301 pkss
ironware,'.'') drum ils, '" bnil Kalvanirsl iron. 34
nest baa' t, .V ,bU tar, Sot bn 1U paper. 'I') d-iriijohii
vinegar, 5 rolls cords'-, '' -mii 1U , 1 rji c sardiiim,
X c oil, ioo bbls eenierj'. 1 hau l- r.an, 4 b:i-ket a'ou,
li'i M brick. 2.Vi 11U (jalvaiiize.l i:.,!.!;..., lil fpirs inn,
1 1 r luineral wat-r, i:a d-:iij .l:ns aloiiol. 70 cs powd.-r.
3 head live htoi k. 1 wa-huig lua. hilie, auij pku- general
Fr'-m Hoiik.,:i. per Ocauic. Ajril 3 pks general
From New ik, p r Elinor Veifi' ii. April 3 4sso cil,
4o rs bu-ter. I'M iiet trunk', 'J' bottled leer, lfij
S bbla w-rn-ky, IjH carpi, I.mi tiirirf-ntine. 2.V4 coils rop,
".ii k't;s iia.ls. J."j jk- iron pil e, ol atoves and atov-ware,
'J ra marble l ba, 1J c wiudow iLrht. 1 lee r- am
f r r. rs, at 1 plai.ks, 1 boiler, 25 e brandy, 4 1 arH steel . 1
mill Jii-.lif. eorda oakwood, i:i.J wheeLs, jit pt iron, 54
pk( .vm ral merchandise.
Fur ? Francisco, pcrWfl Irwin. March 31 2I2T lbs
fiii.-ar, V O Irwin & : WAlr.t llm. Widemanu. 1 J.V J'', lbs.
J T VaterlH.UM.'; 3.'K1 lb-. Ormt aiim ii t o; I'j7-J3 lbs. II
Phillips Jt '.; I74st.l lbs. I'r. wer i t o; I'.ks;. li:,0i'KJ lb,
llymaii Pros; lbs, .uii i hotig k l'o; 1.0 b, bs bana
nas. alu.j iMjmetic, f77.1 4J 41.
For San Fran-ico,p.r I. a ly I.anipson. Apr 4 "Miuar: 374.
47 ibs.Brewer Ac ..; s.J.l.'j Ibs.t .riiobaii-a a- Co; 61.1'JJ lou
llymeu Ilros; :t-;,sl7 lbs. Iiavixs ic o; 12M" lbs. Castle
'-., ke: HZ.i.ii i:.s. Wiiliwin i i o. Humos'ic va:u ,
x) 7-i 74.
For Saa t ram-i-co, jr AN-raman. April 3 Sujjar:
lKI.747 li, ll A Widen,. i,u. ,,X,J lbs. Wilder ic l'o;
J'fci.'jl i!. Ua. kl. l 1 .-,,; .-,;.5JI lbs. Macfatlann Co;
4'"..41" lbs Hym. u Uros; l t..:!Pi lbs. Irwin ac o; 11.711 lb,
'.runba iui 'it Co. Uic..-; -J.t.ir) lbs. Hymen Iiros; C2."Ji
lbs. miu Ch ilif Ac Co; llu-iO lbs. Uriniba im Ac Co.
I:-i t.ic value, i i,, I
P tssn.M; Kit.
From II iwali and Maui. t r Iwalant
March .11 - I) V
lialdwm. S Ackerman, U L, Walla, W
Hi nrv, K K Itob-
Idns, J llobbina and lt deck.
From Kauai. p r ' H l:iUo;i. Mirrh 31--J (J ilayselden.
II i Treadway. J Auahu, Ju.ius 1 ilcomt., Pe l.eo Hil
mauns. H l.'eujet. Mm lirieir, C tireenfield, W F Johnaou,
Mr ICotiinson, Misa Y. (i.iy. Miss A (iay, C day. A llohiu
.n, S W Vi iie-oi, Mr I ikao and wile, C M ooke. J a
l.ivaiit. II 'Iohutf.A W bong, 1 ( hiiiami n. -j J n-ouer.
ami l'i 1 ;-rs-
From Kaiiulul. per Kilauea Hon. Man h .11 1. Toenuis.
Hon M Cied.'e, F. I N ichols. Mrs Hel.Sar.l. J M Horner, J
A Cone, I- Sehults, wife anl children aud iJ d k.
From Hawaii and Maui, por l.ikeliko, April 1 Her
Majaty C)u, , n Kapiolam Ills Fx J K I'.ush.
Aw.ma", W KVj,:i:-.-, A McCall nu. S f. us i i. J Co-ip' r.
T pedier. Mr- W r Hoy. C N'otl. y, F V 1) n.i. i', J II in !. T
P 1 ladalc. Mrs T F Area and -J children. I'.ev U A Sinilp,
nil- and 3 children, J Oo-rkirk.J V illlsuis, Mra J 1
Nohle. Mm N Sprint;. A Jlarnea. t; A Iiailey. VV A Win.
t.n-', A l Courtney, llev I.eonois., C Atoir and 2 children,
Mih4 A Wwalward, and Mini A tiowaii
From Kauai, per Jamea Makec, April V Du-li, 1
( hiuainau and 1-' deck.
For San Francisco, j- r W ii Irwin, March .11 II I'lilia.
II L una, jr, ti ( una, 1. A I una. Misa Cliamiierluiu, J M
Carmick, ilrs Ashh-y, J l'urke, J 11 liest and V M tiet.
For Mui and Hawaiu-Jirr Iwalaui, April 2 Hon Geo E
Kli hirdsoii. wife children, A Sinclair, J Kimball
and about U deck.
For Kahului, Maui, per Kil.iuca Uou, April 2 J Crow
der, .1 A Cone, JC1 risliit;, I'.kv Father beonore, U J lions.
Mrs K VV Peterson, T l'ryce, J M lioruer, Mra A l'ratt, Miss
K opp aud about 4i deck.
Kor Molokai and Maul, per I.ehua, Apiil 2 Otto I'nua
and a)eut lU deck.
Fi r Kauai, per c It Itishop, April 2 S U Wilcox. W
Ihedi-. Mi-tt r il K Ily.le, Miss 11 U Forbes, J Muir aud
ab ut '-'" deck.
For Ma n and Hawaii, per l.ikt liko, April 3 Mis Ex
Itov J ( liolullKs, li,,n S (1 Wilder, W It ieal, A liarues,
lr Tisdale. J II McLean, Miss Hat tie Hiram, J Coerjier,
Miss N Spring, J Hinds, ti M I.ake and wife, Kev A Hous
ton, W W i.'gius, CI Hryant. Miss Uicksou, Mms Moyle, C A
I'adcy, A I) Cuurtuy, Mr r-yak-En.
Frr Kauai, per Jaiut j Mnkee, Apri .1 Mrs J II Wode
hoiise and daughter, 11 Trea Iway, wife and noli, A Mor-
r..!t. Jus W liusii, J uli -is Titi'oiuh, and about 25 deck.
From Kalaupapa, per Mokolii. April 3 Dr (i L Fitch.
From Hongkong and Yokohama, per OOSS Oceanic.
' Aprils W H Spratt. II Hoppius, I.ouis Mendel, Jacob
Sievcn, S Martin aud 22 Mteerae, and iM C hinameu.
For San Francisco, per Lady Liimpaon. Ajiril 1 MrsE
t.ilsn. .' II Aahworth. wife and 2 children, Kev .1
Muitii, wife and 3 children, W lienson.
For 'an FranciHiro, per Oceanic. Apiil 5 C C Merrimau.
U M Kuijht. K McAlpine, U E !-Hmpson, Mr and Irs
lt.'oeitoii. Mr t' Gav, the Misne.s tiny, Mr Schoitz. wife
ami child, W W Hiiuoud, U fimoud, Judi;e McCully, T
ii W l.itham and 9 teera,Ca .
j- From Maul and Molokai,' April C A I'm. a, J W I)aid-
f aou, S E Kaiue, i' Horner aud 2H ileck
I"ioi,i Ka! u!i;i. per Kilauea Hon, April T G J Eos. O CJ
Gaskiil. J ( Frlsl ie, Hon J W Kalus. Sam t'bed. W U At
water and wife. Jlrs J C llanafonl. Miss Hon-e, James
Mailt y. Mrs Wilbur and 2 children, Mra CKk, Mra Kuihe
lsul aud loU deck.
M A K It I K I .
, i tri IlilitX Iu this city April 3rd, 181, at the
residence of the- bride' father, by J. A. Cnizan, minister;
". M. Cook, artesian well borer, to Fredriea Augusts
Horn, Is. tli of Honolulu. California and Eaatern papers
Of the l'nitelState please copy.
Waiau. Oahii. April 2th. John I
I KA t
JI eaisand 1 month.
Al'KIL 7, 13.
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
'.'' A'fj!ii:m Church Chrttic'e for April will he
i J'ha usual Gospel Tt-miicraiico Meeting will Ik;
held at the Hcth I Vestry this c-veniti. All are
ibViti il t- attend.
Si. run that ye may obtain " will 1 Mr. Cru
zan's thtinc Sunday niortiin:, and Another sin
ner allium; the Christian !" in the cvciiinj;.
A mvoKce was Krantcd on Thursday last in th
c. ji- i.f Theresa C'artwright and Ales. J. C'ait
w ri;ht. jun.
The actii. tiovcruorof Oahii. Hon. A. S. C'leg
. 'horn, will return tho call of Captain Kaloi;uiras,
of the Xaji Mlnicli, to-day.
Tit:-i;. riii:iii man-of-war I.tit ic li ft Valparaiso
f..r Honolulu two days previous to the bailing of
j. l:. M. S. Naycsdnick. and mav therefore be
Tjx-cted at any inonit lit.
Tin: mail :-t;-atner Australia will no doubt inain
tain her reputation f -r s)hh-d hy arriving to-liior-ii.w.
Ci.rrasix.iideiits will do well to take warning
and he prepared with their mails. .
- . ,v-'i rrt
.on ri.e tartv was tiven -Miss u -en inurs-
day evening, a' her re-siih nee on Kin;
was a vcrv coi-val'!e atfair aud a j
1 htrect. It
plea-tug "siiri-rise" to
Vlle-ts riij"cd the-uiselvc:
the fair hoatess. The
thoroughly until ahout
'k.h..hmi.'-. for the concert at Kinni.i Siiuarethis
l Ivcrtnrc .
( ;.tv.. tte.
4 i.tl.-t.. . .
A Simmier Niflit. Iicw
(i.MHl Xight." new. . .
. Little Nell."
. ' Itarlier of Seville.". . . .
. . . " Stephanie."
. . .SupiK.-
. . liossini
. . . l!ohlil
Full Sliced." new
The U.ind will give an extra concert on .Monday
evening. April at I'mma Square.
r. c-.iigratulate Col. Curtis I. Iaukea on leing
admitted a im-mlx-r e.f His Majesty's Privy Council
Tin: lliissian man-of-war Nayesdniek, Captain
Kahigucras. arrived fre.tn Valparaiso yesterday
morning. Shortly after anchoring she saluted the
port, which was returned by the shore battery.
At l' a.m. the Captain, accompanied by Consul
j. W. l'tlnger. called upon the Minister of Foreign
Affairs, the Hon. A. S. Cleghorn. Acting-Governor
of Uahu. and the Minister of the Interior. The
Captain is specially commissioned to convey the
congratulations of II is Majesty the Ernieror of
Kuasia to His Majesty the King, on the recent
coronation. The Naycsdnick will remain in port
nl.ut two weeks.
Vlstkkdav forenoon there was a large as em
blage f foreigners, principally Chinese, in the
Intermediary Court. The object of their visit was
to bulge their claims against Lee Chat, the
absconding Chinaman, who has a host of creditors.
I-e Chat was adjudged a bankrupt, and Friday the
4:h May was et down f"T the tirst meeting of
creditors. Among-t the foreign creditors were
Me's-r.. H-.ti-chlae-er A Co. for SiU.33. F. T.
Lenehan A Co. $J32.o3. and Allen A Ilobinson
It is enjie-cted that by judicious manage
ment, the bankrupt's estate will pay OU e-ents in
A ioot joke was pe-rpf-trated on the unwary at
the Hawaiian Hotel on the 1st instant. On the
bulletin Ixiard it was announced that a whale had
lit-t-n harpooned by the Captain of the Nettie Mer
rill, and was on view at the mail wharf. Iorens
cf people tlocked to s-e the sea monster, and after
. vainly searching for the object of their visit.it
occurred to them that it was April fixd'a day. The
only consolation the ftxU had, was to increase the
number of victims by telling plausible stories
ahout what thev had not seen.
DofToB TiTtii left here for Molokai last Satur-
day on the ifv,kolii. having in charge about 00
' lit u Maje-ty (jueeu Kapiolani. and His Exctl
i lency the Minister of tiie Interior, rtturutd on
Saturday la.t by the Likelike.
, 'A nativk iishciiiian. on Saturday, made a haul
'of one hundred and twenty g.od sized liah from
' the jitrid iier the jail.
Tut Hv.n. A. S. Cleghoru will act as Governor of
jOahu during the absence of Governor Doniini. '
i who is ou an etScial visit to Maui. I
I'a..k. rstVATE" please tccple who chew ;
tobacco. It is a rew brand introduced here by !
Marchant of course. ;
The Hon. Lawience McCuliy took hi. departure i
on 'I hurnday for ti.e Coast. Hi Honor purposes
luting abseii ( three or four months, and it is hoped
that the chaiitfe will ts nttit i,is l.eallh.
A cobkespomjENT on Hanaii writes us that in a
litter of twenty-eight lutle pigs there was one ,
with a human head, chert like a man, teeth an
inch long, fore lgs like a man, no tail. ;
Tut: brig Hazard, after undergoing her neces
sary tepair before proceeding in quest of laborers, ,
wa launched from the Marine Hallway on Satur
day last ; and the tern Eva hauled up for repairs.
Xo criminal business was transacted at the l'o- .
lice Court ou Saturday lecause there was nothing :
to dii. Tin speak well for the condition of af
fair in general in the city.
The Oceanic made the unprecedently smart run
of I t day from Yokohama to this port. If she
doe Iiit best from here to San Francisco, she can
easily accomplish the passage in six days.
The schooner Charle Hanson wa launched
from the Marine Uailway on Wednesday afternoon,
and the schooner John Y. Miller wa hauled tip.
The John I ' . Miller was launched Thursday after
noon, anil the schooner Lihohho hauled up.
In our commercial review of Saturday last we
erroneously stated that the sa!e on behalf of the
administrator of the late Mr. J. G. Tucker was
made by Lyon A Levey, but we should have- .said
bv K. I'. Adam.
Sri r.i)AY evening the lire alarm bell rang at
about 7:30 o'clock and the various tiro companies:
- liogaii to turn out when it was discovered that a
bonfire in the yard of Mr. T. II. Davies was the
cause of alarm.
I The premises on Fort Ktreet, formerly the otVn-e
! of Dr. ltoilger, are being Jitted up for a tonsorial
i saloon. The artist who will assume the nianagu
i mont of this imjMirtaiit business, is well and favor
ably known in this community, having established
! his reputation at the rooms adjoining the Key
stone, and known a Dradley'ii hair cutting
Those who have charge of tho watering place
for horses in the city should sec that the water
lb. ws freely, m that there will be less danger of
the spread of that disease among horses, which has
rece-itly appeared here. We have heard no com
plaint that the watering place up the valley is not
in pro.r condition.
In some parts of the town, where there are bal
c -nit s overhanging the tudewalKs, it is the rustom
to throw water-slops, etc., into the street. Yester
day, we noticed a man passing along the sidewalk,
when suddenly some one appeared on one of those
upper verandahs and threw a pail of water almost
over him. This sort of thing ought to be stopped
There was no appropriation made during the
last Legislative Assembly that could be applied with
so much benefit to the public in general, and the
mariner in particular, as that for a light on Bar
ber's Point. It is a treacherous place even in day
light, whilst at night it is decidedly dangerous.
This small appropriation ought to be expended at ,
When tho police officers searched the Aheramau I
on Tuesday before hor departure, they discovered a j
stowaway on board and took him into custody, but j
ho managed to escape and made quite a sensation i
by running at full speed through the street, fol-.-:
lowed by several natives whom he soon left behind,' j
screaming vigorously for some one to catch the i
The April Term of the Supreme Court opened
j last Monday morning by the full Court Sitting in ;
j lianco. The exceptions in the case of IJex vs. Kom :
Kwei, charged with importing opium into the King- j
! lom, were argued, and the Court supported the i
j Vuling of the Police Justice. F. Horn vs. C. M. '
! Cook has been withdrawn, an amicable settlement
'having been arrived at by the marriage of Mr.
Cook and Miss Horn on Tuesday last.
Ir may be that some merchants have fouud from
experience that it is not prolltabU- to keep their
stores open iu the evening, but certain it is that ,
mechanics, laborers and those v. ho are employed
throughout the day frequently find it very incon
venient to be unable to purchase groceries and
! the like, after the days work is tlono. Some stores
! have recently b.-en iu the habit "f keeping open
j later than formerly, and it is probabhi that all
will liinl it advantageous to do so in the near
! ; Althoi cih the numlcr of cab or carriages for the
I accommodation of those who have occasion to .
travel about the city aud its environments is con- i
tinually increasing, vet all seem to le doing a pro
fitable business. Uut we frequently 'hear of cases
of exorbitant charge by drivers, who take advan
tage of those who not care to dispute or haggle
about rates of faro 'Double, or iu some irstane-cs
treble, the proper rate as per Express ltegulations
are charged. Uy reporting cases of this kind :
promptly to the pMico authorities drivers will soon j
liegiri to adhere to a more just and uniform rate of ;
Fall of rain
at J. H. Wood's Dairv Itanch,
March. 1SS.1 :
, 0 00
0 .00 20
0 12 24
Aitot'T two iiiiuiths ago a Chinaman on Kattai,
met a foreign female travelling on horseback,
uiiaccompancd by her husband. After making
some villainous overtures to her, at the same time
offering her a large sum ed money, she managed to
get away from him. He followed her np, however,
dragged her from her horse, and proceeded to ust
brutal fore-e in order to accomplish l.ia object.
Fortunately a native Hawaiian appeared when the
young woman was about overpowered, and the j
Chinaman desisted and tied. A diligent search has j
been made by the police for the perpetrator of this
foul deed, and they have at last caught him. The
prosecuting witnesses proceeded to Kauai in the j
James Makeo last evening, and it is hoped that j
thl would-be ravisher will meet with his desprts. '
Docs blind, elcaf, dumb, sick, sore, lame,
mangy, nearly starved, lazy and without collar
and tag are to be seen laving around the streets
eif Honolulu, in fact all through the district, ob
noxious to the sight of people, spreading disease,
and nothing done to abate the nuisance. Section
497 of the Civil Code provides as follows ;
' Every person having tho custody or possession
of any dg shall Ikj divined to be tiie owner thereof,
and shall be taxed for the same. It shall be lawful
furar. tax collector, or other jiersou to kill any
dog. the owner of which shall have refused or neg
lected to pay his nx for the same, er for which no
owner can b- ; foui."
If the jv "'h'C.JMi'orities are too busy or too tired
to help a suffering community in getting rid eif
this common nuisance, it is suggested that a sub
scription lie started among the citizens to pav
some one to dispatch the disease spreading canines.
. Last evening Mr. A. G. Ellis entertained a few
select friends to a dinner at the Parisian IJestau
lant. the occasion being his birthday. Mr. Ellis
wisely entrusted the charge of the cuisine to that
eminent artist. Kobt. Oehlhaffen, and judging
from what appeared on the table, and also from
what disappeared, it was self evident that the
chef ele cuisine had devoted considerable attention
to the important duty that devolved upon him.
The following; menu was placed before the guests :
Mock Turtle Soup.
Deviled Crabs. Fish a la Bechamel.
Kagotit a la Vopaliere.
Cotlettes d'Agncau Am Champignons,
Eptgratumes Canards a la Itobert,
Asperger en Branches,
Fish Potilets. Petit Puis,
Fricandeau de Veau.
Shrimp and Hice.
Fiasco Pudding. Sauce Champagne,
Ice Cream and Patisseries
In addition to the above, there was a wine card
that would meet with the approbation of the most
cxje-nencd cemnoisseur. A golden bouquet
holder was presented to each of the guests, and
other little accompaniment to a most perfectly
arranged dinner, made the whole affair pass off in
a most satisfactory and suce-essful manner. Mr.
Oe-lilhafl'en not only snjerintendcd the work of
the cuisine, but to him was also entrusted the
important duty of superintending the service and
attention to the tables, all of which were carried
tm t in our Chef's best style. A little surprise of
rireworks diverte-d the attention of the guests from
the dessert table, after which the evening was
passed in a very enjoyable and social manner.
The I!ev. Geo. Wallace will preach the seventh
of a series .f swrni. n to-morrow (Sunday) even
in,', at S:. Andrew's Pro-Cathedral. Subject
- The I.av of Social Purity."
The trial of Davis. More, a:.d Taylor, will tak.i
place ou M oiiuuv next. The foreign jurymen will
be required on that occasion.
," Hkb Majl.ty Qcf.e Powaolk Euii a returned
.'to u w u yesterday, after a .-I.ort vi.-it to Pnub a.
'Her Majestyi enjoying excelieut health.
The flow of the Waitnanalo well is increasing,
and there is every prospect of it equalling auy
flow cu the Island, of ;im!ar diusensions.
Is addition to the bull and two cjws ii.iixTled
by the C. li. Bishop, another bull wa created by
someone calling the Holsteia breed of cattle, the
The 'first ste4
has lieeii made a
crossed by King
much like to tee
towards widening Alakea street
t that portion of it where it is
street. The public would very
the widening carried out from
Hotel to Queen streets. Nothing has yet been done
towards widening Merchant street.
Barnes and McCaxdless have sunk an artesian
well for the Government on Beretania street in the
neighliorhood of the Makiki Iieserve. It is 509
feet deep and the flow of water, a stream S58 inches
in diameter, is, perhaps, the largest in the king
dom. The sloop Kahihilani met with an accident on
Tuesday afternoon. Being very deeply laden
she swarmied whilst entering Pearl river. Fortu-
; nately she was loaded with lumber at the time and
j only bee'ame waterlogged, otherwise she would
have sunk in deep water. The Pele went to heras-
distance and towed her into a place of safety.
' Mk. George C'avanagh retires from the nianage
; ment of the City Market to take charge of the
American House Bestaurant, which is to bo opened
on Saturday next. It is the intention to make this
restaurant thoroughly American iu all respects.
The City Market will in future le under the super
vision of Mr. Waller forme rlv of the Hotel Street
A coNsioEitABLE sum of money has been collected
and donated to the widow of the late Thomas
Young, who was accidentally killed in Hamakna
some time ago. The Lidgate Company and the
Honolulu Iron Works each contributed $100, and
the mechanics and labors of these companies gave
enough more to raise the total amount to about
$00. Such generosity is worthy the highest com
mendation. Upwards of five hundred Chinaman were landed
Thursday from the S. S. Oceanic, and placed on
the quarantine ground. The agents of the steamer
hold themselves responsible for all expenses incur
red, and there will be no expense to the Govern
ment. So far, the Port Physician has failed to
'iscover any disease amongst the immigrants, but
the Board of Health deem it judicious to hold the
immigrants in ejuarantine for a few elays.
lx the case of Ilex vs. Kom Kwei, charged with
importing opium into this Kingdom, and for which
offence the defendant had already been sentenced
to six months' imprisonment and a line of SilUO, :
Mr. Hartwell argued that the Supreme Court, ou ;
appeal, has power to modify the sentence of the ;
lowe r Court if it thinks prtqier to do so. An appeal j
supersedes the judgment appealed from, so that
the case is before this Court (the Supreme Court) ;
7e noro, and it must pronounce a judgment of its
own, not as in the. case or l-.xeeptions. tho over
ruling of which leaves the judgment of the lower
Court as it was. i
' The Friend, for April, is to hand, and contains
many interesting articles. The advent of so many !
Chinese males, who have left their families at I
home," is looked upon as a. great evil, and the
. question is asked, "Whither are we drifting?"
The space occupied by the shipping notes might
1 be devoted to a better purpose, most of them being J
very stale, and many of thetn incorrect. On the i
i eighth page is published a list of life members of 1
i tho Y. M. C. A., so constituted by having contrib- I
;jtod $250 aud upwards toward the building fund, j
i Thev number twenty-five. i
Ox Wednesday night some person attempted to
rob the money drawer of the cashier's desk in
Castle A Cooke's store. An entrance w as effected
to the cellar of the store through a grating in the
rear, and the burglar then went te work on the
drawer with a pair of blacksmith's pincers. The
woodwork around tho lock was bruised anil chipped
off, but though the lock was forced emt of place,
the ilrawer was not opened, and the small amount
of nione'v left over there during tho night remained
intact. The would-be thief then attempted tho
e-ash drawer in another part of the store, but, after
cutting away a small portion of the front, gave the
job np. The whole attempt showed that an inex
porienced hand had been at work, and the chances
ai-T that the perpetrator will be arrested very
A MEETixtt was held at Koolanloa on Monday,
March 2Gth, by the electors of the elistrict. The
Hon. J. Kaluhi was elected chairman, and Mr. H.
Kauaihilo, he Deputy Sheriff of the district, was
elected secretary. After a formal opening, Mr. H.
N. Eahulu asked the following question : " Is it
proper for this district to make known through
the newspapers that they are opposed to the
actions and views of His Majesty's Ministers?"
The Bev. J. X. Paikuli proposed that " this meet
ing eh hereby acknowledge the dignity of His Ma
jesty the King, and by so doing they also approve
of the policy of the Government." This resolu
tion was approved of unanimously. Mr. H. Kauai
hilo then read the following resolution : Resolved :
We, tho people of the district of Koolanloa,
Oahu. from Kaaawa to VTaimca, hereby declare
that we are not in accord with the elistrict of Wai
luku, Maui, or any district, or any single person,
who are opposed to the present Ministers of His
Majesty the King. We rely and elepend upon Sec
tion 42" of tho Constitution of the year 1861. And
this meeting of the district of Koolauloa hereby
declare, our approval and appreciation of the pre
sent Government." After solemn prayer, the
We briefly noted Wednesday the receipt by tho
bark C II. Bishop, from Bremen, of a bull and
two cow imported by Jud;;o McCully for the
l'nwiia Dairy. The interest which the whole
country lias in tho introduction of first class
breeding animals induces us to give some par
ticulars which we have since learned. Ihct-e
animals are of the breed generally known
as Holstcin cattle, sometimes also called
Frisian. They are bred in the "Low
countries ' of CJcrinnny and Holland, and are the
breed which has made Holland famous, and we
may cay rich, by the productions of beef, butter,
and cheese. It is claimed for them that they
combine milk, cheese, butter and beef more suc
cessfully than any other breed The milking
record of eotne of these animals is higher than
that claimed for any other family, going aa high
aa 10,000 to 18,000 lbs. in one year a
pound being a little lees than a pint. These
animals arrived in excellent condition alter
a voyage of five months, an encouraging circum
stance, ns showing in another instance that we
may draw for good stock on Europe and the
United States. They were selected in Olden
burg by Mr. J. C. Ffluger, with the aid of some
agricultural friends, as representing the best
trains of the breed. One of them lias taken
three prizes in exhibitions, and all of them nre
entered in the Oldenburg Hctdbook, as appears
by official certificates. I'liey are he first Hol
steins imported into the kingdom. We have,
within the last four years, had imported thor
oughbred Jerseys, thoroughbred Short-horns,
thoi oughhred Hereford, atid thoroughbred An
gus, or Scotch-polled cattle. The importation
that we are now noting, will, to eay the least,
contribute another strain or good stock. There
is no reason why the Islands should not coiuc to
produce cattle which will compare in excellence
with any in the world, and it is an object worthy
the attention and emulation of the enlightened
and enterprising importers and breeders .of the
Au insnrance agent, named Pvle,
In running feli over a stile,
St. Jacobs Oil gave relief.
And the pain was so brief,
He got np and said : " I should smile.
" The Times " Leapixu Aktk le. Extract from
tUf London Times : Passing by a crowd nf minor
notions, we come upon the exhibit of the Waltham
Watch Company, which, in c-conomical importance,
ia perhaps superior to anything ele shown. The
rivalry of the watches of this Company haw already
been felt by our own maker, and a hesitating at
tempt was made last session, in the interest of the
Coventrv manufacturers, to prevent the watch
cases of the Company receiving the Englih stamp,
which certifies that they are made of gold. It
would seem that the Waltham Watches may defy
all attempts to exclude them in this indirect way.
Their tirst claim to public approval was derived
from the extraordinary nicety eif their construction.
The-y were made with such perfect exactitude that
the parts of all watches of the same class could be
interchange-d. and, production being thus made
possible on a large scale, cheapness as well ase-xe't-1-le-uce
was secure-d. But the 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 e.f the spring and the wheel. It'is
said that the delicacy of ce.ustruction of the me
chanism invented by the Company is such that a
micrometer they exhibit at 1'aris measures the
twenty-Mve-tliousandth part of an inch, and might
readily be divided under a lens into otie-hundred-thouaudth
paus. M. MtIsebxy, Agent for this
kingdom ; also Agent for Gorham Sterling Silver
ware. The Trade supplied on the most liberal
terms. noil 3m.
lE7Gent8, Complete Business Suits, $6.50, at
Hit CBA9, J, Fisueis ropcLAB StoX.
Health Department. Honolulu, H. I.
Mortcaet r.Ki-cEr r. n Hih b, 1s3.
The totil miaibt r deaths reported f or the month id"
M&r.-h was 50, distributed as follows :
VnJer 1 year
Fr.ai 1 to j
1 rein 5 t 1
From 10 . -2o
Frviu isj 3ii
Svuth Eka Isiaui
. 4 Front to 4'J.
. S Fri'iu O to .V).
. ; tr 'iu fsl to !.
. 7 Fro.-o o i t ' ".
. C.Ovcr 70
-7 Ft xuaies
Cs tircat Ilritsin...
T Timed States Aiueric
lOtt r nations.
. X Fever."
. 5 liastretis
. 2 Hemorrhage
. 1 Injury
1 I.errous decline. .
. l e'id -Ve
. '2 : Paralysis
Disease f hrru
Disease of ha:"t
Comparative Monthly JIokiiLih.
March, 17S. deaths..
March, IsT'.i, deaths..
Mareh. lsso. deaths..
51 March, lssl. deathi. .
sj March, lssj. deaths..
;:. March, l.ssj. deaths..
l'EATH, ET W.IKDS, FOE MONTH.
... jl ! 3 3 4 j 5 C ) 7 3 9 10 11 12 11
1 'i aths c,
J 5 4 3 0 0 1 5 3
- city limits
ide city limits 19
Jso. II l'r. WN, Agent board of Health.
P .-Iice CiUit-
11 c.i-.e ; f di -:n
were di-.-p.isid of in
ii -liiil loaii'.u r.
Keoki aud Ivaeki. ch.
b;lil Sid ea -h.
Piikoi. eh.u wit!
with affray, forfeited
...lu'it and batterv, for-
Kited bad Slil.
Naaha. eh a rye d v,i:h vi.datiiii; Utile C of Express
Iiejiilatioiis. and was lined ?j, eosts ?1.
Ti kspay, April 3.
Three ea-es of dn:id.eni;cs "were disposid of as
11. A. Witiiielield. remanded from the 2d, pleaded
f,'iiilty on the charge of driiukeiiness and was tined
Sj. costs 1. On the ohara of assault with a knife
also preferred against him on the 2d inst. he
pleaded not guilty, and after trial he was again
remanded at his own reeptiest.
Paakelo and Villiains, eliar'td with affray,
March 31st, both pleaded guilty and were eae'h
lined costs S3 each.
J. O'Brien and AV. Clivc-ly were charged with
affrav. O'lirien forfeited bail S10. Clively was
was r. liiandod until the 7th.
Kan in ii. i!e charged w ith disobedience ef his
parents, was rcmac.dcnl until the 1th.
Wkini-.sday. April 4th.
11. N.V"iinii:ichl, remanded from the 3rd instant,
was found g.iilty a:id tined S15, costs S3, and sen
tenced to imprisonment at hard labor ami to filo
bond to keep the peace for 12 months.
Kawalarole, remanded from the 3rd. pWhJed
guilty, and was reprimanded and returned to his
Napoliiuia, charged with assault and battery,
pleaded guilty, and was fined S3, costs SI.
Pahuknla, charged with gross e'.ieat, pleaded not
guilty, and was remanded.
TiirusDAY, April 5th.
Ilailaena. charged with assault and battery,
ploadt-d guilty and was fined S7 ; costs, S3.
l'ahuknhi, remanded from the 4th, was again re
mandeel. Los3 of the U. S- Corvette " Ashuelot.'
The captain, oflicers, and crew of the U.
S. corvette Ashuelot arrived in Hongkong
on the 21st February by steamer Thales.
; The ill-fated vessel, it seems, struck the
; Kast LauuiKH'k rock on the lSlh February
' in a dense foo;. Her bottom was coated
with niuil, and the shook did not appear j
! very severe, but she at otiee 'eommenceel to j
fill and went down in forty minutes in fif
teen fathoms of water. In the meantime
: the boats had been t;ot out, and the men
i were rot into them as speedily as possible.
Owincr, however, to the steam-launch being
secured with iron instead of hemp, consid
i erable delay was caused in getting it out,
! and before all the men could be got oil the
ship went down with eight Americans and
three Chinamen, who were drowned. The
i boats reached the lighthouse, and from
! thence no of them went to Kwatow, a dis
tance of thirty-six miles, for assistance.
The revenue cruiser Ling Feng gave her
; services m went out to the rock, bringing
' hack the remainder of the ship's company,
who came on to Hongkong by the Thales.
; The fog was s dense that it was only pos-
sible to see a few yards ahead, aud the
; reason of the vessel getting upon the rock
j was that she was caught in a current of
; which her officers were unaware, ami car
j ried far out of her reckoning ; indeed at the
time she struck, it was thought she was at
least eight miles distant from where
; she actually was. The current Mas jo
strong that one of the boats drifted four
; miles in two hours. It was not until three
o'clock in the afternoon that the boats
found the lighthouse. The Ashuelot was a
double ender of 786 tons, and carried six
guns. I ler complement consisted of twelve
ollicers, 123 seamen, and IS marines.
lIoyk ij Daily Vcss.
WHAT THE PEOPLE SAY.
We invit,.- cxpressiou-i of opinion from the public upon
subjects of general interest for insertion under this
head of the ArVKnni;it. Such communication should
be authenticate. I by the name of the writer as a t'lia-rante-e
of yood fuith, but not necessarily for publica
tion. Our object is to offer the fullest opportunity for a vnricty
of popular ilisi-ussiou and inquiry.
To all iiLjuii-i is we shall endeavor to furnish informa
tion of tin-most complete character ou any subject iD
v.hich they may be interested. 1
Mk. Kuitok : I notice th;it :in orpofitiun
paper referring to the hetd of the ministry, tays:
" That it ni.iy not be amiss occasionally to desig
nate a. discordant element which n community
can foster with imjuinity." It geeins vcr3 strange,
that such a charge as the above should find place
in the printed mouthpiece of the very party,
who, but a ehort time since were so anxious to
step into political power with the help of
this very " discordant element." At that time
I hey looked upon him as the ablest and fittest
man in the community (or the hih position into
which they persistently, but vainly strove to coax
him. II he was worthy of the Confidence and re
spect ol those panics then and ho must have
been so, or mch m.ide-ls of integrity would cer
tainly not have selected him. Mr. Gibson should
etand in us lnh luvor with the-m to-day, lor he
has done nothing sineo that time, cither in pub
lie or in private life, to forfeit the esteem of any
riht thinking man or class ol men in our inidt.
Now, Mr. Elitor, without multiplying words
does it not seem to you that these political mal
contents and disappointed aspirants for place and
power would wish to say to Mr. Gibson: " If
you had joined with us and m-cd the political
power which we well knew you were possessed of,
to raise us into high office, we would set you up
on high, and lauded your ninny virtues to the
skies, but as ou paid no heed to our overtures,
and turned your back upon us, thereby leaving
us out in the cold, we will do our utmost to pic
tote you us a devil." It looks very much like
this to me and reminds me forcibly of a young
man in California, with wh tn I unfjrtunateljr
was acquainted some time t'.o, who, failing to
gain the afl'eciions of a young lady, set himself
to the villainous task of traducing her character.
For the life of me. Mr. Editor, I cannot see
what they hope to accomplish by their unscrupu
lous attacks upon Mr. Gibson, lor in slander
ing him they only try to destroy what was ooce
precious to them or would have been bad they
possessed themselves of his aid. My acquaint
ance with the gentleman is very slight, having
met hint but once in private li!e, yet 1 read the
papers and take some little account ol pusning
events. Il you deem the abjve worthy of a place
in your columns, Mr. Editor, please insert and
H. A. BURNS,
Plastering. Hard-Finishing and Decorating,
' PATENT PLASTKRING MA 1E TO OP.DEU
to fit any surface.
Vlla finished in the best style.
ii. a. i'.ruN3.
uii.10 diwilin General Post-office, Honolulu.
L.I., l'KKONS II A VI Vfi C" I. A I MS AGAINST
the t-siate of J. . V ANtiLNUr 1 M , Will jilease
vreaent their i. ills, arid all persons ludi uted to this J-.a-tate,
will st ttle account by ayiueut to
II. F. GLADE.
v Consul f..r A mt "a an I Hungary.
irl diniw It w
Ir has pleacd His Majesty the King to appoint
Col. Curtis P. Iaukea a iiu-mkr of his Tfivy
Council ef State.
I d a ni Pal.-.ev. Hon -..lulu. April e;h. JSS3, 3t
j; VALUABLE CANE LAND,
The underfilled, H. It. Macf.irlaue ainl V- M. 1 atch.
Assignees In bankruptcy of Tbou.au t-peueer. by virtu.) of
a decree of the Supreme I'ourt of tlie llaaiiau lalauJ
dated November i.lrd. 1 in a unit iu whicb aai 1 As
si.'uccs were pUinlil)-, and nail 'lliomax si'cncer and
other were delemlauts, mil sell at I'utilic- Au torn at the
Sales Kooms of E. 1". A-laun', IIonolu!u.
On Monday, April 23rd
! AT li O'e LOi K. NOeX,
All that Tract of Land
situated in the I istrict of iiilo. Hawjii, known aa
The Aliupuaa of Waipuiialci,
t'ontaiuiiii: an area of
Q , S Q O O 2 O J,
lteinn the s line pienii-es ilt scrihi d ly metes and b. u:id
ill Koval Patent Xo. f.7'.; to Poka. L. C. A. 4fi7j, subject to
a lease now held by It. It. Hind, which will expire AuKURt
1st. ls'JO ; rent, JjOO per annum, payalle semi-atiiiually.
A laru-e portiou of this Vaiuable Tract of Land i Ftaitable
for the cultivation of siiI(.ar e alio, and situated near the
mill of Lijg.ile A; Co., 1 aupahoehoe.
And also all the riuht of sti 1 Thomas Spencer la and to
that bot of hand situated on I-' rout atrevt, Iiilo. described
as follows : Commencing at the corner Worth' division
aud tunning ! rt-" W, 1 chain H links ; thence N 34", W
0 22 chain ; thence X 5oJ :W K. 1 chain, 14 linka, to rront
street ; thence 5s 3iW ai K to p. iut of comnieliceiiieiit ; con
taining 4 32 square I'.odM.
XT Terms Cash. Iieeds at Kxpenxe of Purchasers. II.
It. Maci'arlane and F. -M. Hatch, Assignees in Kankiuptcy
of Thomas t-peucer. uirh.'4 w4t.
To the ProprK'toi-s f Suar Mills.
4 S AGKXT roil Flit ST CftSS AltlTSAXs
X. 1 he iiudeisined ii prepared ttt Contract fir build"
iug Terforated Hot Air r iirnacos (with Kreat dispatch)
accordins ti the designs ef the late celebrated Tri'lessor
Penney, formerly Professor of Cheiiiistry at tho Anderao
nian t niversity, tilangow, Protectititf all partira from
any imaginary Patent infringements or ltovalhe which
impair the solidity of the wuik aud diminish the results
obtained from burning; the morass direct from the rollers,
effecting paramount objects, viz : aving of fuel, labeir,
drying sheds, trauiways, wagons, etc.
apr7 3uiw. 174 Qiuen Street.
II. HACKFELD c CO..
AVE THE PLEAsritK TO INFO It M TIlEIIt CUS
TOMERS aud lrienda of the arri valof the Herman lark
C. R. Bishop, Walters, Master.
AVith an Assorted CEru'o of
New Goods of Every Description.
Il0XOi.f lu, April 4, 1S8.1. apr7 wHt.
MORE TO THE FROHT !
Whitman & Wright
(Successors to M. J. lime.)
AOS. ., 4 t ,
70 and SI Kini,' St.,
HONO I .TJXU.
The above flrni, Laving jinn-lmscd frum tlie txeiu'or
the Stock aud (.ood-will f the well-known liiiHinc-rt i t
the lato M. J. l!ose, coiisihtiur f
Carriage Shop, '
IVint Shop and
Are now prepared to receive orders for woik or inalerial
in any ot the ahove us anciii ..
&C, etc., &C., etc., etc., etc., etc.,
Made to order, in the mont workmanlike ihhiiih r, at short
notice, and on the moet favorable terms.
Blacksmithirig in all its Branches,
Artesian Well Work,
Or Machinery Forging.
Horse Shooing a Specialty.
NVe employ none but the most UillTuI Mrrhiiuict,
and our M utr in I im So. I .
Orders from the other Inlands resiMtctfulIy soli itJ.
All work and material guaranteed.
Please give us a call bifjie uri-hasiug or contracting
Attention Given to Repair Work.
WHITMAN & WRIGHT.
The Finest Brands
T O S CJ C3 0
By rite last snivel from th ? Coast. Including all kind of
Tlie New Brands
a-r5 dlt wit.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
TUECUI ri.K ISA tt KIN TINE
W- H. Dimond,
Will Have Quick Dispatch for the Above
For Freight or Fatanr apply to
W. C. IRWIN & CO.,
mch3i dtf. Aeenta.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP
Tin: sr-Li:xwi nux stkamkiut
ikOITY OF TOKIO,
J. M it'll A V, (".uimaailrr,
Will nail for SAX FKANTISCO in the linning
PasM-iis'er-i jlcase call at tho oflloo of
inar20td II. HAt'KFKJdl A CO., AB"iit.
For Hongkong Direct.
Til K Al (iF-HMAX hTF.AMflllir
A. KIS( 1IHU. lOMMANDUt,
Will S.iil for Above Port on or About May 1
For Fieitfht.or Fa-saxe apply to
II. II tt'KKGh!) t'O., A Mr hi.
inch 17 tf.
TIMK - TABLE
ffilM i&k f-IOLin
Steamer Liktlikt- will leav. .Honolulu im I. Tin .lar at
1 r. toiiclitiiK at l.ahalna, Maalai-a Kay, Maknia. il a
hnVoua. Kawailim'. I.aupaliot'lioe and llllo
H, tiiriitiiK will touch at all the alov porta, arriviud at
Honolulu e ach Sunday a. x.
'81111'. I.IKKhlliK XVII.t. I.IC.VK II Kit
I WH.VKFat 4 P. M.. atiu Nei 1 n-l;1it mill l rrrelvJ
after r. M. luu notice la uio-u of tlila rule, ami It will
be carried out iinvli WI l.l'r.rt k CO.
PACIFIC fiUIL STEAMSHIP CuIMM
For San FranclNCo.
I' 1 1 K J1
; A lit; 1 1. 1, Ciinu2Jrr,
LEAVfc HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
ON OR ABOUT APfllL 8.
FOPw SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND,
THE 8I'I. KN HID STKAMi'lllP
CITY OF SYDNEY,
li: ItUllltV. t'wmmntMlr-.
u wa. u:u :: : oti Tin: ioi.omks
OH A3 AJOIU APRIL 15.
loir rreijjlit a-nl r.t i;e. apiily I.'
II . II AI'K KKI.l) lv Co. AyeuK.
(2wula for Shlpmriil per Slruiurr ciih nw
de Sinrnl. l-'rro of Chiir(,T, In ih Klrrraf
It uri-liiiu.e iii ur imi Simmrr Wharf, mat
MK'tSBS. II. MA' tK Kl.'l O't tru imw iriun I t-i
u ItKtX'H.N TICvK r I. .! ii Honolulu mi I eUn Kr.n
ciiicu f .r t'ie imiiitl Iriji
A. FBANK COOKE,
OK Fit K,
CORNER NUUAtftJ & aUS2M STREETS,
iiovoi.ui.r, it. i..
AGrrJICT 2f O l
Tlie Following S'sickclH
K A l.V S A ,
k. MO I,
FLAG s-Rcd, with White Ball !
marl I Ir
Oceanic Steamship Com'y.
TIIK 4 1 IKON
3 n v
n'ill Irtr 4t Kra i.Ufii f.r llia !a!n lbt 9th Day
f V.i'.'t Hit!i. rrtirilir from Hniolula o
t!ii iid Dav ftf Kuril Mo nth.
SAN FRANCISCO AGENTS,
r" Jno. D. Spreckels fc Bros.
327 Market Street.
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
For Europe via New York.
KSTA III.IMIF.I) IR40.
Two Sailings Every Week
FROM NEW Y0RK?Vi:iiY UEIIYKSUIY,
nt'ri B!ISTi KYEttY S1TIDH1Y
RATES OFPASSACE :
I t HO umd fMI CVOI.It
AerorJin; to Arooiuolatlon.
kkti uy TUKirrs o moRim: Tr.it sis.
ST K Kit A ii K 2ft '!' IIKKVCV
ln'iuo.1 arruiiui'i.iatioii rap alwaya t x-urnj a a)iilieallu
t1 tute street. Doaton,
UIMOMl h CO.,
VKH.VON II. UKOWN CO..
4 Bowlinf Green, New York.
Notice to 1'aoannpera Irnm Auolralia, New Zealanil anl llnno
lulu The Cunaril Line aflorda more Ihan unual lacililirt to
through paMeicera f.'.Sra Tr ui.-l'acinc Port. lli frenuenry of
it, aailiiig, prTluiinf all potaihiliiy of ilelay in Mew York.
XT UimhI AccooioioUaiiona alway, reaerred.
VtH.NO.N II. BROWN k CO..
mart 4 bowline Green. New tut.
To the Ladies of Honolulu.
r'TKR JAXITAKV I at. S 3, M I SS ANMK
i. MOVLK, a Graduate ol tt. Decorative Art tocU-ty of
C Jiifornia, will te prepared to
' " Give Lesions in
Kensington Emliroidcry !
137 F.rt Sireet.
- 't' X
I. UNDID l kAM41lll
cn Monday next.