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ri ! M r J r M.nn, Mr H O Mai, Mr l S.uiiDeriil, Vi
1 Urur and i rlul.lr.u. ll li i.ryruullrr. ilr J Witt
kfcw.ki. MrS M.-Mytw. KrT I M laT.r, Mr E Munr- .
lr W B l.-t lure, Vr C koltiu. Mr A r-'-luuu and 1X. f
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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER. APRIL 14, 18S3.
,Riisiii.H-i Laa U n 'airly ictir u d u ,n.c th prist
, week. A it c'l-tornary ):cr-in o-.u-e jucnrc of tl.;
-.s,., m (1iurr rir sue, mt . in von-, ord-r f
in vo'u-, or.l--r I r
good for the next three ru-.r.
in quite free It in ord. r !..
s ar" now Iwin' t.-ti t
I . m.v b- -:t ;'.
tK.Ior iit-xt Sfttlin; dar.
At K. P. .VUnil' Al-ii ,a i:,,.:, vr, t-.-.U v. toe
alts ..f 31 l,x and ci-,-! f .lry -....'l, .iai.i-i-.-.l on
the Elinor Vcriioii was finite Urjt-ijr at'-nd-d and
good pri.-r.rt were reali.-.l. The pre- am . in:.-.!
to over Sjm ot fr account of tl.e unJ-rwriinrt.
Tlie first .j.iarlt r of H-,I cl .-.. with t).- pro .p t
of a sati-.fact.jrv rear for our crop,, and there cn
to be no re Hon why -diaiiM not be a .n.-
all aroui.d " f.r th-j island-..
Ia tnony Biattor th-pro-ipvc: 4 ar- ""!. I:.
tnrn are Wing promptly mak of r-c.-ipt- f.-.::i
oar tliipmsnt-t abroad, an.l there- rt-un t . 1.- a
healthy amount of capital rr.-a.ly for iiivcrni-:it in-i-.-in
sound limine- enterpri-ts.
Ky late arrival 1 .; G r.vru 11 -i Im i. -r-11 n i
tie.l that a Iar0-- port, u ..f t .j ! .in a .r.!i..n. .1
the lat L'-'wlattir- han l-.-ri p!a-?li.u fav.uai.l--ternii.
ar. l we .lo not .1 uht b ir tint tl..- m ill
be taltn within a short tiim-.
It I. prop-(.-'l to "ii anofhr-r bank h r.- it!i a
capital of $2, 0 ),0. th; iiiTuisi important-... ..f
nnanctal tran-tati . h'-r..- full-.- warranting t!i
The arrivals ml l-parti;rc-t (luring th- n.-uk
hare be-jn fally np to the avcra-i. Tiitn ha.
been receiTi-.l xome c-ir-.--i of lunibi-r an l al-to a
large quantity of .-n-ril mr.-!iari.Ii.-..-. Annii;!
the arrival wr- int tiw pio.i--.-r v.--.--l r!...- Jm.-t
Court. f th' ii-'.v Iifir-of Hailing pa k-t-i ttr-ii
LiverjMx.1 an.l thU p.rt. . V. M g-'a-Ian-r .V Co.
Agent. The Jan.t I'xiirt brint u it a I.ir-t- i imi
titT f railway matt-rial, h- .motivt-. ti-. t ..r-l.-r.
lH.ni.lo onie 1 .irab!f lin.- of m'-r-!i:iit l:--.
In Jnly nt the Mariposa i e jw.-tt1.! here in the
O S H Co.' lino, an l in June another ittua:iit-r will
take the place of titf Su-z that will sail ln-nc.- f..r
Mor. J I Sp.-.-t-k.-l'. .V I5r.. e!-t-t X..11 to
at n the intcr-i.l ml ro it- a new v-.s.-t-l nw
baihlin i.-i I'.iila 1 -I.'ii. II -r .lim-inioin are.
length l f.rt. b.-.-a.tt'n ofl..-'u M f- f. So.r i j
guarant. 1 t- !- tn li l.n t. an 1 will hav.: sup -
nor paHM-nt-r ai-roinmMla ti..if.
The Kalak;i:it t aw iy r--l ty f .r San Fran- '
ci.-u-o. ami the Haar.l 011 a for I il r. j
The rctvipt f .1 m--.ti.- proli.-; f r t'i.- '
have bet- n : St"ot; :i.T' p"i,; Hi- r: II) p'c-c :
Xou :Ji p!.,'. Tiff h:p u-:it; -l :U( -' -
same ti:n- lav.. itrn: -r an 1 1 iT.JVl t?-: M--LlSiK;
' i ;il: ShiHHi. li i'l !'.'. ovi,
hiir'.i. Val.l'- il:u..r:.- j.il T r i j - .I
We ;;iv l lo. tl: Cu.t..ni Hu-e rfp.r: of c- !
prt for the rirt .pi art. r of Is-;. .It will be seen !
that thtire li i lr -ii a .iin in the quantity ..fall ;
artiel-.- t xp .rtcl ee-pt f'in,'nt " over the a.ri
peri'Kl f..r lso :
U I is s? i; !ii
M i i U i-? il
; ! ? I I I III
: i sir-
: i f W 111
m i i i r hi
! i I j i I; !
: : t "1 I: i: '
j : 3 I II II -ll I
lis ? s l, k t-l
: l 5 s :-; 2 is S:'-"-,b-
i'g V g l' ISl
I 2 - U I u
: ' : Vs' Molatfit. trails.
Fun ;u. lbs
I J H:J p..
j 4alf Skin, pes
!- Tall ..r. lb.
' rl l
r-i: 1 )1 Ig II 15
i - . ;- - -
li h !! ! !.- '! Inla. lb.
.: 1 U li ' : ij f
!; i! i-" ii li t-f Sheep Ski ns.pcs T
, i ? i l h 1 1 r
'r Z !5 2 L l-s If
M-- !- . I" '- VALCE. 1
: I 2 : i 71 'o -i ' 5
: ! i i Is Is ; 2 i '
Amoagst artich fnc of duty under the new V.
S. Tariff we note the following chemical and drugs
of which we could oxp rt the rav material :
Bones, crude, not manufactured, burned cal
ciued grounl or steamsd. guava and mamme.
Lida cuttings and all gin; stock, barks cinchon.
etc. Ginger r--t nnground. lime juice and all
Larks, fibres, lichen. moe, nut, gums and
resins, vegetable, etc., which ar.- not edible and
.ir,' crude state, and n .t lvan.e-l i.i value or
enmlition bv rutining or grinding
r by other pro-
-esr of manufacture.
Tt.. i? ,reau of Stati-ttics, in its
sum marv state
... . . .i. ;,..t. ..-ts and export of tha I'liited
nipni tii ...... - - -
State daring th yfar e:i Im
famishes the followiti; li-t
1 e nib-r 31. 12.
f articl- admitted
-t--.aiia!i I-laiuh. :
free under reciprocity w.
Fruit a:i 1 Nuts.
.,': I .1 vS
Incr-''-e. 12- -Tb.e
Si. 721 i'.I2
i.iijt .i tc.l were
if Sugar a
7.I- 1 4H!
Stock Quotations to Date.
BT A. ti. Elms, St.i. s Bkokir
Hid. Askd. Sold.
Houokaa 9aSr t -
kilauea Sugar Co
Makee Sugar Co
Hilea Sugar C-:
Waim.n.lo Sugar t o....
, ome Sugar C. lmd' -
fnioo M ilCo
itawauiaii k it-....
. -e. I
. . 300
KanUIUi r. " --- ,,,,;, .
Hrturr CtUPnj ' . ltfl
- Mass. March
, '!.. A- I'erby
V m " . . . n.,n
- .nt r ... .
rMITt. , KaoaUma. WlueUy. April llth
o noTTI.K V KP"'" i-nin I in the Til
. . t...:i llth I s.l
-T.rTNER-u nil xidn'Tre. and reib t of the
..r In till.
i. n,inri.iii. ..I-... -
PORT OF HONOLULU, H. I.
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l.r ii ti- i .It. Ir
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l--.ii. fi ;.i V aiu:aiia-
xvi.' ir, ll'i l ri '.- n 1
I : - rt. hr i:miki. f. n.i V
ut! ii. Uah l. with a-'.T 1 a,'M
!ir Ki ilk. i'niii, fr-.m ll
I' big- a-jg-tr
iu, 11 mall, with
. !.r M.. K-ik.. Ir .:.i .M
a:iji. M I ji. with
ft.i.r I.ftiua. I rz.ii-. li, from Ma n an l Mvl'.km,
with J" la ti-r
It M:nr Kil tu-t lin'i. Mil, fr-'Iu hhi.ului, Ma'il.
with J'.l lai; :iar an I l.ah s wool
Apr ft Itr jttinr i-u.-z. IoM. S .lays fn.m - .n I'ran.-i.-..
lt A in Ir:.' '.V ll M-j .r. I' laiiy. fr iii Iran. l-.,-..
A i:i l-kMi r i. ir-j(.- I' jl-iii .u, tr.-iu I'oit tja.-ubl-j
JIa ira-. I'.r.-i in y. .iy Iroui tioiikoii'-f
H I M ! I.n H. il.iil. tr.nu Val rs,-..j
ilr hi -Jar:t l oin, I sjni'lii ri, l i i .iv4 from
I.iv. t p....!
l: MS j A:-tr.!ia. Tulh.h, I J i'uy-i uri'l 4 li".ir
fr.im Sy lii-, vi. i Am klan l
1 1 - tin I. kino ! ;.. ri:i,i. Vnn:iiij, fr.Mii f
I-' li. leu S .Mmy, fr.-i:i SkU rra:;ri.-..
I.: Am ori;; I I .-j.rr. kt l-, Kn-i. l" .lay-, fr.-ni t'
ii itTi' k k.
Apr 7 S hr J-niiit-, for N.iwili :Ii. K leai
S.-hr I '.ili i. t r Koi.oi.ii.-l.-. lKwau
S. hr Kanit. for ii--. ii, K"..ln. t nlm
!-. t.r Khukai. lor Wai u.i.i, t'lini
S. hr haiuiia, I'.-r M ilik., .Maui
ft. hr Wail. l.-, for M.iiiko. Maui
vhr M:li- Morn, f -r Knntslo. M
fliiiti: U lli-ho;, 1 1 i-niau, for Kn i.ii
?t:iir Kilaiii-a liu, r. for Kahuiui. .M.. in
M:ur I.t-hua. I..rz. ii-ii. for Molokai an 1 lani
I'J --'nir l.ik.-likf, Kim; f..r Maui an.l .la-.vnii
lmr .Ian.. Maker. .M.-lonal l. I..r Kauiu, via
Wai ..ia.-, lab il
?-trur Wa: nuncio. NlNoti. t'-.i W a. :u i:i..l .
rehr Mar. on. tor Kiikiiiha. it-. ilawni.
Se'nr -t rma. f..r-laualt-i. Kauai
11 -S.-hr K ial, t-.r Wai.i:n -, (Jalitl
S. hr M.- f.M. f-.r K.H.Ian. Oaiin
t-ur '.i- k !.i. M-.--irc4-.i-. for K-hilaii. - lain
S.-lii" I.'i.".a. 1 -r K - u-A :i-l., Kohnta ii:i-.i'.t.i
S-i.r I .I...-', f..r -a tiltuili, Kaj.-a-i, K
an 1 it iii.tlt-i. Ka i.-ii
U Stinr I.v:iliui. I! f-.r Maui and Hawaii
S. hr Kuium f-.r ll.t-:-i. Konliiu. Oii'iu
I.: Stinr 'nl:uai.ii'.. NVi- .a. for W.-oniiual-., llhn
7 i;i l.k Jo.-pliiii: , for a rruis.-
Am S. hri h i H tu..i;, SpiHsr-ie, f-.r S-m Fraiii i-jcu
; Am !-k Amv I'm ii. r. Ne.v.-;, for llotuk.nitf
l!r l.k .litii. e. ! iw. for Victoria
lv - i.i h:n.- Aiuclis. Ncvliall. for Port lilakely
A in -hip ota-4.-, !' .!-. i r I'ug.-t M.uud
11 It M S Australia. I ulloii.for .an Francisco
12 J F Miller, for Saa i-rn-ici-eo
It ip.. it of the S S Australia, T-.illoii, cotiiiu m.ler
i "icar. l Sy lu-j- 11. 8.1 on Marcn '-'.'n l, it t ;.5 p. in: x
. t-rieii.-c 1 thr iiighout tli iiassa,'e to the New Zealand
.t, fresh e ;'.erly wind with heavy swell; rounded
N-.rtn l a;.,- J '.Hi Mart-li at '2 p.m. and arnvp.l at Auckland
o:i the t!7t!i ut 7 a.m ; sail -d trom Auckland mine day at
l.Z'i t in. an 1 for the rir.t twelve hours had mo derate head
wind, with a rising at-a; a violent gale of wind from the
northeast wa th -n experienced winch lasted for thrue
; daytt, diiriu ; which 1; wa foutid ncctaiary t i proceed
; slow, own:.- to a vt ry heavy mi 1 confused sea; passed the
j raiaoan Island April and. and cro.-sed the equator April
itli; iheuce throughout l.'ie i-iilire pa-aaje to Honolulu
' experience 1 strong norllieast winds wiiU a heavy ca;
fight. -d Uahu on .Uarch loth a; 5-1) p.m, and r-ueivod
j lloiioluln pilot at p.m.
J ili-port of the Kit-ap, itobiinon Master Left I'ort
j Townn'.-ii'l March 2".th ; liitht X win ! anl fair weather
' prevailed t!iritiig!i.-u-tlie wlc le pa.sa-e. Arrived in Ho
j nolulu harbor April 10:h, :tit..r a voyage of lti days.
Ii-jort of the Jane: I'nurr, Is.nch.-on. mister Left
, Liverpool on the 2th Jay of X ve:ub -r; f tir weather .
j prevailed tlurit ( the firs: part of the voyage; on tlie 10th-
, of I.srrnbrr, the iship ( aiidahar. 11 days out from I.iver-
i pooi for Cilcii-ta. was upokcii in l.ititu le X. loiigitudi;'
! rs W; the 13:h day of Ueceiiib-r, the ship JSreiuen t.B I
. lit r Way irulll Ltl'l.l'lll lo wm;io w.ia i.J.Arn, aur. was .
' Uavs out. and wa in latitude 20- longitude -gj- ; on
t ie gil l of .lanuary. a bark an I schooner were alao
.-I t.kru. one from the Itio (iraiule anil the other from the
I: trbvloe. both 1 tl-iys out ; the KnglisU bark .Mitla. of
Ma tlau.l an 1 another v.-s- l bound for l aliiioiitli from
I ii. pie. were Fpok.-u J.iiing t!ia l-t part of February;
nbout Februiry 2'iih. tac l..-!i I'.tivp ot ulasgow. and
a:i her Kngli-h bark homeward botiu 1 w.-i-.- sp ik -ii; on
tiie .Nth February, ill the meridian of Cap,' II rr. an I in
Intitu le .VJ-S, a irnle f.-oui the we-twar.l wita wild win Is
wa eTicouiiterod. wiii.-h rontiuuej t th-. 1'Tli, a:i 1 re-co!ii:iie:-e.l
on the 1 1 til strong to wii.de u-al-, ship la!) .r-
:ng r r.' heavv. several cltaiiiioates parte! an.l nior-- or
bits sa l wa l-.s., st-a breaking all
over the ship; there .
wa. Iiarliy a tlry spot lo te loumi aoove tiecK ; this
weather heil on until the 11th. whi n the wind an 1 sea
nio l;-rat-1; on the 15t!i. the otiip stool in t land an J -
I i,-ii- l tii- s-irmiato in .antaii.t. .V.-. when another
1 s.-t i i, with nil 1 s-a washim; away all it c ul I ii-t hold of, -
! sii.-u a piec: s of sa:l. Oulw.uk.. etc, als-i fowlhouse an l :
ru 1 h-rh nir, all band s ilf-ruig from s.-i water; this gale
in.. -It-ratcl on th- 1 sth, an I on th- 2 h the vessel reached '
latintdf -" S, and lm;itule 77'v W" -o could nay bad
c.eniej tlie Cape, still the weather mi 1 s.-a eontinued un
pleasant, and not before the 1st of March iu latitat 1- 42- .-.
1 .M.'i'ud" s7- XV wa tine wta ht-r experienced, when
damage to the ship were repair.-1 a rapidly a possible;
on t ie l-jth i f March pael the l.tcr 11. m-N; nothing in
p.rticular -vai s.-,n except smoke on the north coast j ;
between lsti-.il I- gl- S and the lin-. some x-iocki of earth- i
tpiak-s w.-re 1. It. but line w-a'h-r and a smart breeze
prevmbsl. l.owst barometer '. .'); lowrst t-inperature ;
11 fahr. Arrived in M .ii-1 il i harbor A pril 1". alter a j
pa -i,'t; i f 1 U .lays. 1
ii ji.tr-; o? ti.e tletperian. Wiudiinr. mater Left Sai
Franc a -J 1 irch 2"th. and eucountered tine weather an 1 .
ftvora'.l- XK E win Is throughout the voyas-; arrived
ii .1 .iiolul-i harhor April llth, a! fr a pissage of IS days.
Ke.ort of the ll.-le:i W Ab.iy. Freeman. master-Left ;
Sa i I-rancir.. March 2"th. at 1 p.m., an 1 encountered
a tro:i.' (rl from the rK, which lat.-.l 21 hoars, an 1 n
ucceelt il by calm and btfti. winds from rt arouii I to SW
and W'i then one .lay rx; r.eii.-cd a line lire -ze from W ;
after whi. li the weather wa fine, and a inod.r.i e wind
from X to K s F. I revaib-.l; siuhtt-d the blui l of Molokai,
on April I gih .it 3 a m, and arrived in Honolulu harbor
the -a.ne d.iy a!:, r a pa-sat - '( IS day.
From au Fran -i-.-o. p. r Suez. April 4' cs beer, 2
carrla te. 2 ni.nn.-i, li'U -k. barley. 2-tJ sk oats, go ks
win'. b an. 1-J'W skrtmr. 4i p. iron, 5o ba's wheat. I
dri!!. 1 iron t bl- 2M cs whisk y. 1 csj marble, pi '4 bbl
l.rk. s i." pkg pota'oe. li-i Ox c m Ik-. 1 cse rubber
tnaiV". " ' wine. a7. bxs apple. 215 sk bran. 2 boilt rs.
0- bal- bav, 7a rs brc.il. o i"i b rube s.iear. 274 p.-5
sewer pipe, I'' e champa ,-iie, :iVM pkg general mise.
From I'ort T ..iiisenJ. pt r Kitsap. April 10 717,fi'7 ft
r-.tigh la ub.-r. 1 C..J7J ft di-t-a i lumber. l M shini;lc.. 23
From Sv-Sn. a-i l An-'klna I. p.-r u strain. April b
2 i.-i. -se.-f'.-i.-u t I'l.'KJ in hh.ls ale. g iag.t tin- CO
sk oat. 7 1 st. tsitaioe. J pkg sundrit .
Frt-m laverps '.. per Jan-1 Court. April 1 a-iso rails,
fish t-1 it- : dram. l-lts. s4.i bar and l .'J budls iron,
'.: c bran 1-. ! e paint. :iti'. drc.m ml. -0 c whisky. 1 1
ba'es i.a r. w -champa-tii-. 2-'" t ale. 4" r-k bottled
ls-.-r, J KM.tr.. II cs machtii"ry. J1 r -'.i- e nunt. :J"t)
H. n. Hit ui- cot!. .'0 I c h 1 it, .0 bss . ii.i. 7 i bale ba?,
7 anvil. :;.'7 bn 11 wire, 1 U " pk ;s u-eii m isc.
From Sari Kran isco. per W ll Meyer. April in I'J M
I rick b -- .'tat h-s. Pi.t -k oats. I.'", sk bran, 223 ba'.es
bav. 1'. rs S.-cxn I. I'J bal-- bag. 47l!4 M shui-'lts, I7'J t
Mist's, lo k- s ii .Is, -gjlsk tl mr. 4".j -ks b uieuieai. 2 lo
t.l-i ion-, lar--e iinantiry of jr-A-.-n-i and provwiou.
From i:i Fra:ui-co. r Hcl n XV A laic. At ril 1.1
i.i.senc. provisions. h.u-- bn.l llirg ins'., rial, flour,
i Inn i g i ' I-. hay. barley. mi !iiia-s, oat, liar lwurc
j i;.i g. li n -. -lua.'l ', hanti -'. saddlery an 1 rl .tiling.
From Sa i'ra-.i -isco. per -I I Sprcck 1, April 1:120 :7
..sgs, M VV Me: ti-sn -y .V I o : 4 iU pkj. t'FV..!f; 4 0
lgs. it A M ictarlam- jt to; r. Upk.-s. 1") It W p..-t. V
ti TiAin V i o i K iron and st.- l, i West; l aic bay
... it.-r I harie
For Sin Fran.
on. April 7--II
1 t .s hina
Su.ar. I'sii. I's 1!)-, Ha.ki.-ld .V Co.
For ll-.ngkoiig, p.-r Amy Turui r. A;
wine, a i coral siicils.
F-.r Port d owns, n.l. p.-r meha. Aprii
11 - -l.2iJ
sugar. .".' I trail -n iie.l.isse.
For sail Itan--i-.ro. per Au -trai n. A :11 11 "-tar:
1 1.70 . I:., llackt- II Ac ".' : t'l. P'.U 1- s. ) ;. :o an l.r 41
b'nd.a It'lt-I l. av.s. llsl bti.-W bstiauas. Val tl m, t.'.i.yi-'.
F,.r Sia Fran. isco. p r -I F Mill r. Ap:;l 12 ugar:
H'.-tl lbs. It lillke; rst.3'j7 lbt. Wll l-r I.
1 1.-) itail -ns. A W Fierce Jk t ..; IsJTC ga'.l
tai'Iaue Jt t o.
t XX' Mac-
' Ir-.ui Mali anl M kai. per L--l.ua. April (,K V
I XX' i'avi isoii. S I'. Kaiue. I' Horner and go deck
From Ks' u't.i. per Kilim a H-.n. April 7 O -I It.w
i.asLiil. I '. Frist i. Jl.
wit. r an 1 wife. Mr J
r.-iib-v. Mr. XX'ili ur an-
n J XV Ka:ui. Sim Ubed. XX t At-
C lianat.-ri. Miss Koy,-r. James
1 2 t l.ildn n. Mrs Cook, jlrs Kmhe.
Isni mi 11'-' tit t k.
!-'r-.m Hawaii and M.vii. r Iwalaui. Ap.il 7 V,' ..
win. Captain T Spt-nc. r, K c Macfarlaue an i ii.i tleck-
i rom Ka-iai. r"'r James Make-. April 7 K A Ma li.
. v' ! . -. r. MrsJ Makee and .1 lught.r. It V." T I'arv.-
.l-iikiu. 2 t'.i'.iii n.:n na i -" J k.
Fr . n K i mi. Ml' il I'-is'i p- At-r.l 7 XX' F. II Io-v. rill.
o i - F S.iiii ft. J I Hanarke. K Hanntb. rg. 1 1
l; ..-.-Sigrrvi'iik. N A F. yl -. xir K-.-lly, g t'.i.i.a n
h .'itz. C
an I jo
From M it m l Hswaii. p-r Lrkehk--. April s Hon S li
XXi'.d.r.H-.u li M XX'hifnev. i ol A F t.ilriliai. Mis K
1 .ick-'it. Mr llewl.-rt. L fong. Mr. M Keiiu-ly. f V
Ai-.tia. I' II u.-!.es. tr, L Kunte. s llrd-as.,., J E Fowl. r.
M Hamlin tel. ll Wallace, l-aac Maui, wile anl :i ehil lien.
.1 W eiv. wile and :i ch:l lr. n. XV XV Apana, II Toomy. tr
.Xni. H I' .Vkuis, lr A 11 Xhsick. Miss XI Lewrr. .1 I. Ke
kipl. Mis s :i.-I 1. m. Mi II Micldon. XV 11 Crnwell,
Lam Ki. J J Il.-Mnigton. i Utoeivt-s, K f XVarl. M Feu
neil, 1" l iven. -I M Horn.-r. 1 ath' r l-ou-.re, Chung Lo, H A
l.., ii.'llri d i ' Kirko..l and Ako.
F.-r Kjiiu'.ui. per Kila v.a II. .ti. April 'j-Mn Ca-Hphell.
I hoi J XV Ka. I. I r.v. li. Mrs Kulhvll-ll Bill u-lce. F
ji.in, F XI XX'eed, and about ' deck.
I'm Mob. kill and Mans l.er Lehu.i, Aoril yl' 1 'niton.
Mr Hewlett, Mr. Ap.i. .1 XX' I'avi lson. Mi-s irirper and
al.ut IT, derk
r.,r K' i' f.rr " U I'.ishoriL Annl 9 P A Costa. P l'.irh-
in.n l aai w.:. A Hnnr):n. Mi I i'.u-b jr.l, Mr I'ik'
ta l wife. Mr Neil, i li H:.a kr. 1 .u-a ai abr.ut :
lr -i.-i Si Krin :-., p'r S i-z. A J I Ju-.a-n. N
C Wii; Mr 1- ht-uj. -I A 1'uun.i. 1 i y-.a.
n.)ir ,rw, H 1 -'f. K'.rii.b. M:- Aina-.r. -I W
!im r- -'I 1' "lf n 1 if. T wutoii. T M .'. I
Al. . V. l.aiir. ill 1 :-' I'jia'te.
I- r Mi .1 a:. 1 iin. V-r I.ik.-ilk. A-.-ril I' Capt T
. . J t i!it'l I. n. U' F. II iJrvrill ml wife, A Jm
J A I'l-uan I Wtlia e. Mi-s ll Ly-
' : l-r, Mrs Ai-.i.a. Kiiae. J Ki-
-. '.arl- :i. Ii W ;.- -art. i A I'al-urr, J H
.1 .In ; I. I. I Kii-ii . V.' B Ayrr V li V
lr I W l . T f-nmt. Mr J T N"L!r.
i .1 n,rrar. il A l.a--om:-, Mis FilisU
!:- A!ifta aa-1 t'lunaait-n.
' - l
ll ..;.jv,., :
i . r K .a'
S i.-.: K I
Mi- l ark-
Jz .f Ms';., ii.nl l.)-U A Ms-fl. O
W f i'urTU. -' VI V r-.tot-r.
ii Tlwia;.. J M 'iana. Mr
ulJIfi i.jrrr..Mi.:-.ni':i mllVa' ') J
frwii !vl(-v .J nklan 1. J; r Alfralia. April i't -'
Mi-. i arritr. iir. 1.- I.: .vr- V :l .V. ... !, the Mi .-e ba
tn. Mn .".m-'.-i. Mi Sii.--.u lr JauJiuu. a 1 i
I or Sari Frani-ic, p.r A : .jIih. Ai:;l 11 Hoa CP
lank, a Mrs F M Green an l c-iilJ.J EJon. Mrs AlDOi.jn.
J " I'.a.l-v. H F Poor, Father Leon.jre. Dr Viaick, Hon 3 O
H":H-r, J T il irnr. J M juich rje, J Fowler.
F-.r ran Fiannscu, p-r .1 F Miller, April 12 G W
iVmt.-., li Oirke
F.jr Maui au-1 Hawaii, per Iwaltui, April 12 F A
.-. Lh. frr. Mr ti W C Jon-. Ms-tw t .f.irvte J..tie. Z Mi-s.-
-J. -L.tr. W 11 i.'oruw. ll. S ohe-1. I i." J.Jiie. jr. A K Fale
kal ihl. J J I'..-liiii.--.i. .'.ii-a Kj.1jhh. K W ilinann. Mrs
W F K-.v, A Met "ormi. k. Mrs J S Smithies ao l -hiM, K K
i:..)iii-i. Mi-en F A anl M A Bjntuw, U Orar, C Cuakes
an 1 about 50 !.-. k
Fro:n San Fran.-iaco, ht Hel-.-u W Aliay. April l i J
W V jiin. sainu. 1 Norris, l.e Wood, (i F yuirk.
I r- in San Fram iTe.), rx-r J V Spreckel. April 13 Mrs
F. A -aff.r-l. t J 11 .-tajorl. Mi F B Staff jrd. one laby.
From Maui an l Mnlokai. per Ix-hua. April 13 Fv 7. I!
Turu.n, Y 11 P)auKK and 42 deck.
Fr.,m San Franciico to Kabului, p. r nclir Aunt. April 9
N Ivue, A ll.TUt r. Mis B Horner, I Horner, t Horin r.
i Horner, H Horner, Mi.-. J Uuriier, I Hoiuer. Mi. W
Frvm K'ah.ila-. ;.-r Kila'.ia IImu. Vt.nl 14 tanley
Ft.rl, Mil Mun .' rat. Mr. A I'l att. 2 Mi-is Fyf-, Min
I.-w rr, A Kau, J J He Mimttun, J Ki. har.U-.n and wif-t.
Mi Mary Lovt-ll.C C ake an 1 32 .lerk.
UO 11 .
Ul tillE In tlii citv. Fridav. April l:tth, ti the wife
of I 11 lluh.a. a daughter. Mother and child doiui; j
AI'UIL 14. 1HXIJ.
NEWS OF THE
Sam itnw last was a blank day at the Police
J"i: steamer Likehke brought 0.110 packages of
Tni: Kev. tleorge Wallace will preach in St-
Anb'-w's Catlu-dral to-nnrrow, Sunday evening, .
on i'iie Law of Social Honesty." I
Tiik Hon. H. A. Wi.brmann went bondsman for J
the German laborers, ami they were liberated on i
Saturday mftrning. " j
Wk learn from Koiia, Hawaii, that food was very j
si-art t- in that district last week on account of the i
steamer Ivvalani not making her usual call. j
Os Saturday, March 31st, a highway robbery was j
committed in Kona, Hawaii. A Chinaman was
knocked down and S40 taken from him.
The repairs to th old Custom House w harf were
completed on Saturday last, and the structure is
a good as new again.
Mb. W. E. II. Devkuilu Deputy Sheriff of
Kauai, has been in this city for a few days past
enjoying a much needed season of rest and recrea
tion. Mr. Cki'Zan will ipcak Sunday morning upon
Mystery, and in the evening preach a sermon
to "woikingmen ; theme. " The Workingman's
: Wk regret to learn that Captain CamPi-on is still
et.nlined to his house by sickness. The C It.
Bishop will bo for another week in charge of the
Tut: Hon. A. S, Cleghorn. Acting-Governor of
Oah.il, paid au official visit on board H. I. It. M. S.
Xavesdnick on Saturday last. On leaving the
vessel he was honored with the customary salute,
AMoNC.sr the pas it-.rgeis leaf ing per steamsr
Vu.str.ilia. we note tae names of Hon. S. G. Wilder,
f. ,,.. r i T...,K-(.a. I)r. Hvde. Mr. and Mrs.
1 s .1
C. Allen, and Mr. A S. Hart well and
It is no ti ibd : i the Ilongkong Gazette that the
Queen's cu" iuar empowering the Hon. F. B.
Johnson to iic- as Hawaiian Con.sul-Generjl in
Hongkong received Her Majesty's signature on the
13th of January last.
Messks. Whitmx.v A Wkioht have taken the
shops formerly occupied by the late M. J. Rose,
and thev propose to carry on the business of
wheelwrights in tirst chlis st; !e. Their stock is
unusually large ami varied.
Last Thursday evening the many friends at Paia.
Maui, of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Atwater celebrated
the tin wedding " day of the happy couple, and
visited them with all sorts of gifts of tin. The
occasion was a pleasant one. and all present passed
a pleasant evening.
The stowaway who xvas discovered on tlie Abra
inau just be lore she sailed, and xv'un escaped from
the police at that time, has been recaptured, and
is now in limbo. He turns out to be a deserter
from the U. S. S. Wachusett bv the name of Le
Tin: roof is being put on tho new storehouse of
the Oceanic S. S. Co., opposite, the Custom House.
Inside the spacious building instead of a plank
floor, cement is being laid on the solid earth which
will probably endure more hard usage than wood
of any kind.
The steamer Suez which arrived on the 9th inst.
with 312 Chinamen, brought them directly from
the Coast, but 3; 10 of that number were from China
and never tlb:irked in S.m Francisco at all. but
were transferred from the City of Pekin directly to
the Suez. These Chinamen hax-e been quaran
tined on the reef.
The Suez arrived Monday evening, bringing 300
Chinese coolies. On the City of Sydney, to
arrive on Mi inlay next from San Francisco, 500
more Chinese are expected. The Chinese per
Sue, will go into quarantine for a few days, in
order to lie thoroughly examined by the port phy
sicians. Whether the little topsail schooner anchored
outside the reef, rolled tlie oil out of her lanterns
the other night, or whether she had none hung
out all, we know not ; but we do know that a
ci in plo of our coasting schooners coming into the
harbor a night or two since nearly collided with
Mb. Waonek xvho is the Traveling Engineer of
the Western Division of the Pacific Coast for the
Piilsonieter Pump Company goes to the Coast on
the next steamer for th. purpose of bringing down
111010 ptimps. It is Mr. Wagner's intention to :
bring his family xvith him on his return, and to
take up his residence on these Islands.
On Saturday morning the twenty-four German 1
laborers from the Kila i. a Plantation appeared in
the Police Court, for the purpose of sueing their
employers for breach of contract. By agreement of
coiiu-el, and by consent of the Court, the case was
continued until 2 p.m. to-day, owing to the non
arrival of the representative of tho defendants.
(h:s ri.KMEN who are fond of indulging in the ',
sport of shooting, will do well to bear in mind that '
that the migratory birds, such as northwest ducks,
plover ami curlew will, in a few weeks, take their
departure for other lands. A little game is highly
appreciated when one has lived on the usual l.eef
and mutton fare of Honolulu.
Tuesday morning a little Chinese girl xvas ;
found dead under Haaliliamanu Bridge. She was
last seen alive about 5 p.m. on the preceding day
with several playmates. The supposition is that
she was drowned, as no marks of violence apjiear,
but the police will examine the case, and if any
suspieions circumstances attending her death are
developed an inquest will bo held.
The Mflic.tt Record of New York, under date of
March 21th. reports that "Charles D. Erby, a
leprous patient at the Salem (Mass) Almhouse,
who contracted the disease in the Sandwich Isl
ands and whose case has excited much apprehen
sion, died there March l'.Uh." This is evidently
Mr. Chus. Derby, whose death boticu will be found
elsewhere in our columns.
Mn. Thomas Walker has began laying brick
..:i the foundation which has len ready for
for building f. r some time on King street, next to
the building occupied by Hop Yiek A Co.. earner of :
Nuuanu ami King streets. A large force of labor
ers arc employed, the material is already on the
ground and under Mr. Walker's supervision a fine ,
superstructure will shortly appear.
Tnr shin .I.inet Court. Isaacshen master, arrived I
at this port ve.-tertl.iv 1:12 davs from Liverpool, i the Guild, this offica having been vacant since the
The Janet Court brings coal, railway material and ; departure of the late respected Warden, the Rev.
general merchandise to Vt. W. Macfarlane A Co. j Mr. Blackburn. He felt sure that all would en
She has railway plant for the Hawaiian Commer- dorse him when he stated that under the P.ev. W.
. i ll Coimanv."H -eia Plantation, liana Plantation I A. Swan, as acting Warden, the Guild had beeu
thers. and locomotives for two or three
She is the pioneer ship of the new line of
from Liverpool to Messrs. G. W. Macfarlane
Hs. D.isiiiL Lyoxs. for many years business
M.iuag -rof th-.' Virginia City (Nevada! Chronicle,
wa among tho arrivals by the steamship Suea on
Monday last. It is the intention of Mr. Lycns to
bx-ata in this city. We wish him success in any
business enterprise he may ventnre in.
I One of the new steamers of the O. S. S. Line
will take ;Le rlac-; r-f the tucz in June.
V.'r. wel:-.-me t!;e H. :i. ii. M. Whitney, Post
ii:a-.:er (".ciiera! oi: h: return from an official tour
roun l the i-!aiil of Hiai:.
II. W. Kos who ha. Ien quite active
tiu4 the interest of the Honolulu
Cricket Club, left t jwn on the I.ikclike to tiho the
position ft Ifi-tk-kot-pc-r at Hasjakua mill .
Tas i.e-v barK-r thop f W. K. Chilton, on Fert
i street, i very neatly lilt.-.l ij. an-1 sunj.Hed with
' all the appliances i r a ..oi shave. A scrren in
front of t!ie entrance insioe is an improve ment we
Wk are informed tliat a committee from the
Planters' Labor an J supply Company have assure;!
Hi Majesty's Government that, from data fur
nished them by planters, there will ba required
421i) Chinese laborers within the next twelve .
The steam road loiit-r b-aii v.oik a.-ain Wedaea- j
day, and coaiolidated the new work on Queca j
street. The passengers u the Australia who were
ashore for a httle run, seemed to admire its work
itio, and more than one spoke of the fine appear
ance t.f Fort street.
The most elegant and useful bed lounge now
made can be seen at Lveau A Johnson's Furniture
Ilooms, on Fort-stre?t. As a lounge in in silk bro- I
cade and plush, no one would suspect that it could j
be made into a bed ; and as a bed, no one would i
dream that was really a lounge. j
'The Gleaners " will hold au Ice Cream Festival i
and Fair in the Lecture room of Fort Street j
Church next waek, Thursday evening, April 19th. j
The society supports a foreign missionary, a native i
Bible reader, and a pupil at Kawaiahao Seminary. :
We hoje their entertainment will be well patron- j
Thi: mail steamer Australia left here at noon
Wednesday having been detained two hours to com
plete loading with sugar. A large number of pao
ple assembled on the wharf to see friends off. The ,
hand wa in attendance and played a number of
pieces in honor of His Majesty's En voy CI. CP.
We are pleased to learn through letters received i
that the Iiev. T. Blackburn, B.A., late of this '
diocese, is actively engaged in the work of his large
parish of Port Lincoln, South Australia, where lie
has the services of Kev. T. W. Merrill, late of
Kaneuhe. Mr. Blackburn writes that he has a
villiage of Australian natives hi his parish, where
there is a nice little church with daily services.
We wish him godspeed.
i Ox Thursdav Capt. Walters moved his ship, the
j German bark C. li. Bishop, from the wharf which
j the vessel had occupied since her arrival here, to
I a position next to. the wharf and lumberyard of
i Allen and Iiobinson. And while he was "making
the vessel fast in the latter place he had one limb
brokun by the falling of some large timbers. A
surgeon was immediately sent for, and the injured
man was taken to Mr. -Boltes residence, where
Al m a tl-i 11 1 .fx tllntl f A Utltll lat li 1 J Sis itll f. if ylmtinn
the pt.riJll which must necessarily elapse before he
I can hope to command his vessel again
A fine altar chair is Iieing made at the Enter
j prise mill for the Catholic church. It is principally
of oak wood and has a canopy fashioned after tlie
Gothic style, and surmounted with crosses finely
j carved by hand. The whole of the chair, as it is
j called, will present an appearance, of stateliness
when it is complete xvith its gilded ornaments and
i elegant proportions. Probably this is the first piece
! of furniture of its kind ever manufactured ia this
city, and it xvill certainly compare favorably in
point of workmanship anil design with anything of
similar construction that we have ever seen abroad.
The following is a complete list of the officers of
II. I. G. M. S. Leipzig, which arrived in the harbor
from Valparaiso on Monday, the 9th instant :
Captain Commanding Ilerbig.
First Lieutenants Yon Maltzahn. Kopehauer,
Lieutenant. Von Plessen, Oehnike, Habermaas,
Gessler, Krosig, Harms, Klett,
Braun, Prowe, Bruch.
I The Leipzig has an equipment of 450 and is one
of the bust men-of-war that has entered this port
i T:ie Puemikh has been requested by the
Foreign Exhibition Association of the United
: States to act as their Honorary Commissioner for
I this Kingdom. " to present tlie advantages of the
! Exhibition of IS-id." Repeated notices of this Ex
! hibitioti. its origin and objects have already bojn
! given by the Advertiser, and xve are now author
ized to say that Mr. Gibson will be glad to give to
i any person enquiring of him the fullest informa
j tioii on the subject that can be derived from the
! papers forwarded to him.
; Mr. S. Ehrlicii arrived per Suez. He has pur-
chased while axvay from here, in San Francisco and
I the East, an immense assortment of gent.'s fur
: nishing goods, clothing, etc. The goods are on
the Murray, and will arrix-e about Saturday next.
Mr. Ehrlieh has formed a co-partnership xvith S.
Cohn, of San Francisco, and the firm will do
business hero under tho firm name of .S. Cohn A.;
Co. The name of their establishment will be "Thtf
Great American Clothing House." The goods wilj
be opened out in the store lately occupied by Mr.
Davis, on the coiner of Marine and Xuuaun
The following is the list of officers on board of
H. I. It. M's Corvette N'ayesdnik t
Captain L. Kalogueras.
first Lieutenant Mordofsky,
Second Lieutenant (Paymaster) Eismontt.
Third Lieutenant Gregorieff.
Fourth Lieutenant TehernischotY.
First Engineer SiderelT.
Second Engineer Vedernikou".
Third Engineer Obnorsky.
Artillery Officer Parchetkiw.
First Navigation Officer Vasilieft.
Second Navigation Officer VorcnzotT.
Midshipmen Ivanoff, Schwank, Wulfl'. Lambs
doif. Bartenioff, l'avlotf and Scholz.
Ar abaut a quarter past fonr o'clock on Satur
day afternoon, the fire alarm xvas sounded through
out tho citv. The first impression doxvn town was
that it was a signal for practice, but this idea xvas
soon dispelled by the engines hurrying towards
Merchant street, near Alakea. Smoke was seen
issuing from the house of J. Kealakai. A few
buckets of xvater extinguished the flames before
the services of the engines could be ax-ailed of. The
cause of this conflagration xvas a baby playing
xvith matches, having been left in a bedroom by
itself, and within reach of the combustibles. There
was considerable damage caused by the xvater, bnt
very little by the fire. Tho internal condition of
the'house revealed a state of uneleauness tha t was
discreditable to the occupant.
The steamer Madras arrix-ed on Tuesday off port
xvith 800 more Chinese. She hoisted the vellow
flag and two eaes of small-pox were reported on
board. Verily the careful precautions of the
Board of Health in respect to these ships bringing
hordes of Chinamen to our port were most
timely and wise. The captain states that the
first case broke out on April the 5th inst., and tho
second case on Saturday last, the 7th. Tho Madras
left Hongkong on March 15th. and, as nhe would
gain one day coming eastward, she must have been
twenty-two days out when the first case was no
ticed by or came to the knowledge of the captain.
Consequently xve must believe that the case which
broke out on the 5th of April must hax-e been pre
ceded by others, how many we know not; but it is
probable there were some cases, and they have, nn
doubt, recovered or the bodies have been thrown
overbjard unbeknown to the captain.
Ocu most enterprising druggists Messrs. Hol
lister A Co. have just received the largest lot of
perfumery ever imported into the Kingdom at one
time. They are known as Lundltorg's Terfumes
and the number and names of the different extracts
is something bewildering. These perfumes have
obtained the highest axvards at the most recent
International Exhibition, viz., Sydney, Melbourne
and Adelaide, Anstralia, and Matanza. Cuba. The
assortment comprises some of tho finest and pretti
est fancy odor cases that we have ever seen.
Messrs. ilollister A Co. have leen appointed agents
in this kingdom for these perfumes ami intend keep
ing a full stock on hand. A visit to either of their
establishments to examine these perfumes xvill
xvell repay one.
Last Thursday evening another adrrress was
added to the many that have been given to the
Bishop of Honolulu lately. This time by the Guild
of St. Andrc-xv's. of which his Lordship is Trovost.
After prayer and the usual reading of the minutes
having been proceeded xvith. the Rev. Alexander
Mackintosh, (in the absence of the chairman of the
committee appointed for the occasion Mr. J. S.
Webb', read the address, which xvas signed by the
majority of the members. The Bishop in thanking
the Guild for its kind welcome, said that he was
glad to see such gratitude shown at the result of
the arduous work which he had been doing during
the past year. He fully appreciated the need and
necessity of such an institution as the Guild, for
it xvas from such that the clergy must look for co
operation in the xvork of the parish. He looked
forward to great good coming from tho Guild, and
to a large increase in its members. itie Uishop
then appointed the Kev. Geo. Wallace Warden of
arricd on in a highlv efficient manner. Mr. Wal-
lace having thanked the Provost for his nomina
tion the general business then came on, two new
members. Messrs. H. W. Churchill and A. Smith
' havinrg been nominated and accepted by the meet
i ing. The subject for discussion at the next meeting
was then determined upon. H being decided that
the question of the" General Misconceptions con
i cerning the Church " xvould furnish abundance cf
i material for memliers to use their rhetorical powers.
TnE Hesperian brousbt the mail from San Fran- !
cis;?o which was inlying.
The Australia v. a unable to take all the pas-
s. n"uTa f - i r . . . . .1 .... ,. l. !. . . 1
. ,..iv ,--.'vAti io-. eu liei ill. u ,
and advantage w;i J.e tike:i by them and others
of the fact thst th- Suez cati awmniodate a few
iue t4i.':a!ors oi the Gu:M r f t he Sons
Cross. Io!jru t'olh-ge Branch, held their
montaly meeting on Mondav evening 1j
... -Al it v
the regular l.'.i-ii:i of the meeting had lt 11 e-.inc
through with, the following address of welcome to
the I'rovost of the Guild was read by tlie secretary t
--CH-R l:Fsri:. Tf:ri Pruvi.st and Bishop. We, the
undersigned nit ir.b-. rs of the Guild of the Sons of
tha Cross. Itdani College Branch, have assembled
here this evening to express to you our welcome on
your safe retain to our Island shores. During
your sojourn abroad, we have been steady at our
dirtVretit vocation, and as we see it has pleased
Almighty God to bring yon safe again to take care
cf ; our homes (parish!, and that He has guarded
and preserved you for the work that prompted
your mission, we hojv oon to see the monument
of your untiring labors in its proper place ; a
place for the gh.ry and worship of our beloved
Father in Heaven. We tender put hearty welcome
and ulohti, which we beg of you to accept, knowing
as vou do that it comes from the members of the
above-mentioned Guild, and that most of us are
from the school of which we fel proud, and with it
is united the ('(Wot of all the iiitiuk-rs." (Signed
by memlrs of the Guild. His Lordship replied in
fitting words. He said that the address was rather
of a surpiise to him. and a very pleasing one. He
touched bii-ily upon the work that ought to be
done by the young men in advancing the interests
of tlu Church. )t-eiallv should this lo done by
helping to promote Sunduv school teachings
amongst Hawaiian ehiMi-en. He hoped all would
earnestly engage in this, and all other good works,
and looked f.- much matt-ri-il help to the "Sons of
A C'oiigre-sman speaking one day.
Got lame in his jaw, they do
With the lit he he was toiling.
B.it a St. J.icobs Oiling.
He said was worth all his pay.
The Times" Lcxoino Anri.'i.E.
i.e i.itu .. .i i i ;;-.' .- -fussing i.y a crowd of minor
notion, x-e come up ;i the exhibit of tho Waltham
Watch Company, xvhich. in economical importance,
is perhaps superior to anything else shown. Tint
rivalry of the watches of this; Company has alreadv
been felt by our own makers, and a hesitating at
tempt was ma.li' last session, in the interest of the
Coventry manufacturers, to prevent the watch
crises of the Company receiving the English stamp,
which certifies that they are made of gold. It
xvoitid seem that the Waltham Watches may defy
a'.l attempts to exclude them in this indirect xvay.
Their first claim to public approval was derived
from the extraordinary nicety of their construction.
They m ule xvith such perfect exactitude that
the parts of all xvatches of the same class could be
interchanged, and. production lioing thus made
possible on a large scale, cheapness ait xvell as excel
lence was secured. But the Company have gone
on introducing improvements in their art. and tho
compensation balance thiy have devised seems to
have overcome the standing difficulty of the vary
ing expansibility of the spring and the xvheel. It is
said that tho delicacy of construction of the me
chanism invented by thr- Company is such that a
micrometer they exhibit at Paris measures the
txventy-five-thonsandth part of an inch, and might
readily be divided under a lens into one-hundred-thousandth
parts. M. McIneuny, Agent for this
Kingdom: also Agent for Gorham Sterling Silver
ware. The Trade supplied on the most liberal
terms. noil 3m.
This is glorious weather for the crops of 1884.
bright xr arm days and occasional showers of rain,
especially during the night. One can almost see
the cane growing in the fields, and judging from
appearances the yield for 18S1 in this district
should be at least fifty per cent, more than that of
the present year. For the last few days very
strong tradewinds have been blowing incessantly
day and night, but, though at present strong, the
xvind now shows signs of moderating.
A sale by auction of the household goods and
effects, etc., of Ahoi A Co.. late storekeepers in
the district, by order of the sheriff took place
on Saturday morning last. A mortgagee has be
come anxious as to his interest in the business, so
that Messrs. Ahoi A Co. are sold out. We still
hax-e three stores left.
I think that if a dentist paid a visit to Honokaa
ho would more than pay his expenses. I hax-e
heard sex-eral persons express their intention of
going the whole animal for an entire new set, and
there are many others, ladies especially, xvho are
anxious to undergo the agonies of stuffing, scraping
and refilling. The local blacksmith at present
extracts teeth xvhich, if ho is unable to draw, he
can manage to force out by hammering and crush
ing. A good opportunity of comparing the merits of
Germans xvilh Portuguese and Chinese as laborers j
xvill soon be furnished here, as Mr. Overend,
through Messrs. Hackfeld A Co., is engaging about
twenty Germans.? Various opinions are expressed
as to their relative advantages, but I am person
ally in favor of the Germans as being more quiet,
honest and especially clean. The xvorkiug powers
of each xvill be shown by contrast, but tio dirt of
the Pol-fugues enn hardly 1.;- surpassed.
Ilu.o - Ha xx-aii.
April 5th, 188.1.
The steamer Likelike arrived at 5 a.m., discharged
her cargo, delivered her mails and proceeded to
Waiakea to take in a cargo of sugar. She will re
turn to this harbor and leave at 8 p.m.
There h:is been much -indignation expressed in
our streets relative to a certain article in the
native language about tho signature of Hawaii
Ponoi, in tho Kt .ociii 'ie Ainu, in xvhich the
General Road Supervisor or overseer of this island
has been grossly slandered. The whole expendi
ture on all the new bridges, the repairing of old
ones, th repairs on the roads and mating of
culverts, has been done at a cost that xvill not
reach ten thousand dollars. As every disinterested
or interested person in Hilo says, that thero has
been more xvork done, and done well, for less
money than has ever been done before. . There is
not a particle of truth in the statement that Mr.
Arnold and Lire Lov c-vorh id any difficulty or mis
understanding. Mr. Lee Loy resigned lx-cause he
hail made a contract xvith the Waiakea plantation
to cut cane, by which he could make more money
than his salary as a road overseer. Mr. Arnold
shows a statement of accounts highly creditable to
him as an economical and thorough going business
man. This is another effort to make political
capital out c f false statements. I learn that Mr.
Nawahi, after ascertaining that he xvas in an error
is going to retract what he wrote to the J'ne Ainn.
We have had some genial shoxvers and all nature
Tho W. H. Recti after undergoing thorough re
pairs xvas launched on Monday. All l.er machinery
is in good order and she xvill Vie in this port to-morro-.T.
P. c iv '-: avert" $ nn r n i.-s .
The Finest Brands
Ey the la-t arrival from th ? Coast. Inclu ling all kinds of
Tlie New Brands
FOR RENT and "LEASE.
A CEf-JUIIME LIVING
For anyone wishing to inj rt ik-r a respectable
BUHl N KS.S,
Situnted within 4 ra.inut.--' wait of th.- Po-st-ulEee. Alw lys
p rooms with capabilities for considerable extension at
small expense. 1 VKIRS I.EXNE at $50
monthly, at present returning Jjo per
month. A rure chance tor a me
chanic, or ciugle la ly with
A Large Yard with room to Mill 4 Cottages
I.snd and Estate Agent, Merchant St.
inch 24 wit ilmwf.
v a 1 1 1 a r i f canf i an n
- w i 1 i llllia-rt
The uaJer.-lgnr.l. H. I:. Mv l-.rlam- ml F. M. I tt.h.
Assignees in Far.ki u;i.y of 'i' in ::. Spt net r. I.y tit tu - of
a decree of ti.e Supreme Court i-f the Hawaiian l-lruis
dated November 23rd. ls.. m a suit in which sail A,
si.-nees were p'.aiiirids, ara.l Mil ll:on:as Spencer and
others were delendatt. id st 11 at I'n'jii ' Au.-t:en ut the
Sale Kooms f K. P. A lam--. Hot.. liCa.
On Monday, April 23rd
AT 12 O'CLOCK. NOOV.
All that Tract of Land
Situated in the I itrict of I:ih. Hawaii, known s
The Aliupuaa of Wiiipunnloi,
Containing :in m. i ..(
i. 9 - iS "KJf -Cii- JL ?
Ileiug the same premises d. scribt J by met - ami b. unds
in Koyal Patent No. i'7'.V. to IVk.i. I., i'. A. 4..T 3. :ii j- ct to
a lease now held by It. It. JuiiJ. t hi. li ill i ; ire An. ut
1st. 1-vH) : rent, rf.sHl per annum, i.ayid le s. mi-ai.imally.
A lame porti u ot this Va.uable Tract of I and is tunable
for ttie cultivation of Sii-ar Cane, and siteated n. ar the
mill of UJgareA: Co. 1 ui alioth.e.
And also all tl.e rmht of sni 1 Thomas S;.o;n r i.i and t
Ih-it Lot of Land situated ori Front s'rv t. bilo. described
as follows : ..iiitnt-n. ing at th-corn, r V." riliV JiG-i u
and ru-n.irig .-.''J ' XV. 1 rhon 11 IniLs ; :ic X :;", Xi
tl 'J2 chain ; thence X 5.'." ::o' F, 1 t h-tin. 11 lir.k. to H unt
street ; thence b ;toJ HI' F to p. int of l oioim n. . tu, t.t ; on.
Vayuliig 4 ii'J Square ltod.s.
ITT Term Cah. Deed a! Expense of Fu'chasrrs. II.
ll. Macfarlane anil F. M. Haicl:, Assignee in It.-uiki uptcy
of Tkouins Spencer. ii.. h.'4 4t.
AirHF.UF.AS, TIIK I XI.KRsHiXF.li HAS HI.FN A I.
ft poiuttd by the Hon. .. Francis .ludd. Chit f Justice
t f the Suprt-ine 'oiirt, to be Administrator i f the estate i f
I.ouo (k). late i f Kail. Inland .1 Hawaii, t'.ect ased ; there
fore, all person who have in their ossetsiun ati'v prop,
erty belonging to said estate arc hi r. l.j r. quested to' forth
with deliver the .same over to ine or t.i my attorney, Johu
L. Kauluken ot Honolulu, and rll nn:e i ho have tiniins
acainst Sa:d -tate lire hereby i. .pi. ste.l to present them
within six month;, f.om thi taite. . r tl.ev will be forever
Administrator t f the t ;a!e t f I... no (k .h-crased.
John L. K ri.rior. Atlottuv ft- brii.tlm.
April 10. lsl.
li). 14 wt't
LOST ! LOST!
last Ai'iur. .--m. r.v kauf
bank liill. if tlie "Uoi:iiiiu!ioit of
J Of Hawaiian
I OO each one of the lost bills b. in a Fify Foliar
Note. Among the I OO Notes were toe two numbers :
1853 and 118. lhe finder on rt turning all or ny p or
tion Of these bills to this oilier will recto ve a reward equal
to do no each 200. apr'J dlw wttl.
COVKKVESS FOIl TWO lf'lll.u V
tii the Island of .Xlani. 4.) tei. h I neliMh l-v.-ii.-1i ..i.i
Music. MiJdle-aged lady preferred. For further i Hrtlcu-
lars address this ollice.
janrs ilu If
H. HACKFELD & CO..
AVE THE PLF.AsrUK TO IXl'OKM THEIR CITS.
TOMEKS and trit nils of the arrival, f the (iermnu Link
C. R. Bishop, Walters, Master,
With an Afsorte 1 Caryo f
New Goods of Every Description.
HoNOLCi.r, April 4, is:.. npr7 writ.
LYCAN & JOHNSON,
1AP0CTEES AXD GEMRAL DEALERS IS
Anil all kin Is of
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, j
Sole Agents for Matlmliek, Wtbar ;-..nrl ;
Checkering PiaEo3, Stnnvlurd
antl Family Cio;a;v.
We ircicnt to the admirers of the beautiful, a
very limited list of articles in that line, xvith
prices to aid them in m iking selection :
Steel Engraving, from 10 x 24 to 21 x30 in M.e, j
viirying in jrice from 2 to $35 each. j
Water Colors, 14 x 20 to 22 x 30 inclire, worth j
from 22.50 to $75. !
Autotypes, 10 x 10 to 22 x 2S indies ; priceo from !
$1.50 to 3.50. ' I
Prank's Chmmos, 10 x 14 to 20 s 40 inches, worth !
from $3 to $50. j
Oil Paintings, 12 x 10 to 22 x 28 inches, worlh !
-from $30 lo $100.
American Cliroinos, 22 x 28 inches, xvortli from I
$2.50 to 4 each, '
Most of the above prices include frame. Sub- !
ject and particular given on application. We
have in J ipane-e goods, I
Plaques " Clai ssiini," from 8 to 14 incoc-s in dinm- t
clcr, from $5 to $15 cac'i.
Bronz'! Vaje, 12 inci.e high, worth $35.
Folding iScreens. eilk embroidered on siiin.from
4 to 0 feet high, four panels ori each, prices
from $40 lo $03. ,
Panele, painted and embroidered, minv fi.eii, '
varying in price from $3 50 to $25 each.
Fans, worth from 50 cents p-j dozen to $8 cac'i.
Walnut Side and Coiner Iirackets, 1 to 3 shcivei.
one hundred different Htvles, from 35 cent j
to $12 each. Kori and other native xxood ,
brackets, varying in irice from $1.75 to $20 j
each. Ebony Uriickets, Towel Hack, flat I
Kaek, and Cheny IJr.iekers. xxort'i from 50 '
cents to $15 each. j
Statuary Rodger's Groups, frum $3 to $15 each. J
Busts Piaster and Marble, 8 to 18 inches high, i
from $2 to $25 each. I
Flower Pots, Flower Vases, and Mantle Sets, from
50 cents to $100 per pair.
Album', from 75 cents to $40 each.
Bouquet Tables, from $2 to $50 each.
Picture Frames, from 15 cenis to $13. lleuJ ii
6izes always in stock ; anl xve mike h t-pec-ialiy
of manufacturing frnmes of u!l eizes
and prices, ns xve carry ati immonse t-tock of
moulding, and will sen! saint les on np. licit
tion. We are sure to pl'.-ae.
Window Poles and Rings, walnut or ebony , 5 feet
and 11 feet, from $4 to $8 each, ready to
put up. 12 and 24 ring ; nml we manufac
ture Window Cornices, Limbrcquins,
to t-uit any room, from t fie cottage to the
palace; and xxill be glad lo make estimates
l r furnishing all rieccsaric for windows.
Dolls, from 5 cent to $10 each.
Boy's Tool Chests, from 50 e.;nts to' $15 ; an Jail
kinds of toys.
Sewing Machine, fn.m $25 I i $50 each.
Pianos, Trom $250 to $1,000 ; Organs, from .50
to 200; (juitars, from 85 to $100; Vio
lins, from S5 to $25 ; Aecordeons, from
S2 25 to SlO ; Flutes. fr..m S2.50 to $25 ;
Bass Drum, from S25 to 40 ; Ten or Drums,
from $10 to 25; Umjos, from ST to 20 ;
Music B oxiis, plating Irotn 1 to 10 air, from
r?2 to S'.'O each ; "Files, from 81 50 to v3 50 ;
Harmonicas, Zithirs, Mu-ic Racks, & j. We
make a s-pceialty of keeping the very best
strings for Pianos, Zithirs, (iuit irs, Violins.
Cellos and B-tnjos.
Music Bjoks and Srieet Musio while xve Jm't
keep a 'oil list of sheet mut-ic, xve d i carry a
large stock, and xxid be pleaed to order any
thing that is wanted, if not in stock, and at
In the Furniture Line xve have Bedroom Sets from
S40 to $175 : and Parlor Sets from $85 to
$200. Odd pieces fir tlie pirl ir varying in
price from $8 to $00. Rattan Furniture of
all kinds, and chairs from 75 cents to ?5 each
we carry a very large stock and make cheap
and medium chuirs one of our special lines.
We will alxvays be glad to answer all enquiries in
regard to anything that may be desired,
whether in our lino or Mot, and xvill endeavor
to give entire satisfaction.
We are, very respectfully,
LYCAN & JOHNSON.
aprl4 wtf. 105 rind 107 Fort .Street.
Oceanic Steamship ComTy.
Tin: ai ir.ox stevmki:
I i ...jrji W'-t.
im irn, coMMAxnri:,
Will Lcnvo Honolulu
JLoi ii ITraiK'iHuo
Tuesday, April I 7, O P. IM.
IVr lYfljilit or V2zt, luting Superior Jrroai
j modatlons Ifjilj to
Wm. C. IRWIN & CO..
! nrlQM. ABU.
j Oceanic Steamship Company
Ior I Iomjl?1oii,9 Oil in xi.
T1IF M'.IIHH STKAMFH
Mill I. rate fur llif Jkiir Foil
(hi or A I kmi I June- l."(h, INS..
l it khl
cut Ii '11 to
Pas may l-o wrurnl tn advain o by apph-
Wm. C. I ft WIN & CO.,
n'. vol ACrut.
PACIFIC 31 AIL STi:A3ISllIP
THE SPLENDID IKOX STEAMSHIP
GITV OF TflKIO.
J. M Cli I V. ('iiiiuaitilrr.
sail for SAN FRANCISCO in the Lee in hi lift
Passengers xvill pleaso call at the ol'licc of
mar20t.l II. HACK1E1.D A l'O., Agents.
For Hongkong Direct.
Hi: Al OF11MAN hTFAMSlllI
E h r e n f e I s ,
A. FIX HF.lt, i IIXIM Ni l,
Will Sail for Ab .ve Tort on or About May 1
For l'irit;l.t or Fassrcrt. apply tu
II. IIACKI'Flil X. Id., Aiimit,
me li 1 7 ntf.
Notice to Consignees.
0. S. S. C0S STEAM Kit SUEZ
C4).VSIGVKKS OF CIHCO UV TIIK
' above steamer are rt .jiies'e.l to enter 111. rrhn11.llNH
ut the I iiHtoin House, anil pay In It' Id at the olllre of tha
iiiidrrsigiietl rot noon an posHibln afior tin. arrival of the
Mi unit r, nu l also to t
ke Iimce.liatn delivery of their
XV M, (i. lhWIN k CO.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
TH F. ( r.II'J EH UAhKFXIIXK
W. H. Dimoncl,
iianl! fit masti k
Will Have Quick Dispatch for th? Above
For 1'ri l;;ht or Fusaage apply to ,
Vm. C. IRWIN & CO.,
iiichni .nr. A;eiil.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP CQr.lPAhf
If Sijiii Frnncisiui.
TIW. SCLKNIHI) fl KAMS1MI-
CITY OF NFiW YORK,
Will LLAVL HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
0.1 0H ABOUT MAY 7.
FOR 3YDNEY VIA AUCKLAND,
run s i'l. f.M) id jrEAMstiip
Wll.b L:tVK Hill Tlin ( Ol.tlMI S
O.'i 0,1 A.'IOUT APRIL 15.
ror I rrijtlii 'iJ Pas(,-c, apply to
II. I AI'IIFKI.D k Co. Agron.
(;oil tor Shipmeul ;cr Siriiiti-r rnu mow
t.-Siorr.t. i'rer of Cha r tft, in the l'ire-prf
VVnrrh.iui.nr:ir llm SlPiimrr xVhnrf. miir
STL. II. II Af KK1. M: ''ri , u.
RKIbriM TIIJAKrt h ii a e-n l., nolulu mil wan Fru
for $125 t-i. round I rip.
Oceanic Steamship Com'y.
TII 10 4 1 lUONj
'.nil Isirs xii Fri'i.Nfo r,r Mo.i-ilola thf f)th Day
r Kir'i 'I it!i, lir.il j ; froai llonolola ea
llio 22d lav of r.iifli Month.
SAN FRANCISCO AGENTS,
Jno. D. Sprcclcols Sc. Bros.
H27 Market Street.
Win. G. Irwiu &z Co.
For Europe via New York
I'.S't A 11 LIS II F.I) I8IO.
Two Sailings Every Week
nsoii Kr Yoaiv F.VKHY wi:desday,
I H i I d:exT0 HVKSY SAITRDIY
..SO and lOO CiOI.O
UKTIKX TIlKrrrS 0 F1V0S1BLK TFIUIS.
vr K fc It A K 2 8 C L It It h. X V V
to'.ooil accomiu'idalioti. co always be atjcureil B .piciloi
DIUONb fc CO ,
rW Plate rilreet, Btwtr.n.
VKRXON II. BltOXVN it CO.,
4 Bovluig Crreii, Nrw Valk