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-Every "Wednesday Homing',
A T iZX IfOLl-ARS PEll AKIHTM:
Poi-rlcr lMrlbtn, S.00 la 91O.0O.
Om-OB Qnn ?tn. in tite did
Cauni IToasr.- BsikliiMr, Honolulu, II. I.
THIS OFFICE 19 XOW rjcWANtrcs
TO EXECUTE ALtw 'ORDERS
For Plain and Femoj Prktiigj
WITH KEATJMtSS i DT$PATCk
rtaaii at all 1 1 1 b U- Bmo, xt Dm Rm
YOL. YI-XQ. l.l
HONOLULU, WEDX ESD A Y, JANUARY 19, 1870.
iSG.OO PER YEAR.
CASTLK A. COOKC.
pgarrms. sexxeal rEESHAxrs.
nr. a iiiciiAniso;.
novenx axb DT,Tre ix soars, shoes.
rW Xtaf. Iiail1 fulfill . it .
a. c iiurrmi, ."n. i
, Mr HMI, Hll ulala.
IX?IZas AXD BBAI39S IX KAHDWASE.
K aat Oraani ,
IIKOTO Jt CO..
A1K4JIS A 1VH.lHIU
Arxnossas act mxxbswx jceschaxts,
MiM.Mk. H. I ry
It. HACIiITHLiI At Ct.. j
cXXZSAL CXJIEI5 AGX5TS. !
Om Arm. aajiala. n I "l j
ill. OiiaCHLA2GEH fc GO..
rjCPOETTES A3tB 8lKXISIX xesghasts,
TiiBopora; c nuccii.
IXPOEEES AS3 M3CXI5S10S JOSCEAST. !
E auk. .ka. m. I
r. .v. sciLtiiPHu a co
OOHSri55ie& SESCEAXTS' i
aa-Uto. Oaka. T
Liavmts .v iicK.io.
rEPOEXEES AX3 IEJLLEES UT IBXTES,
joiia ?j. gicGitmv. .ti. i
fSTSSKAX ASD SBB8E8S.
aaWac Far: s
" - :. aa4ftwa Tkra
AILEX & CH1XLI5GW0S1H.
JOII.-V T. WATERHOCSE;
OgfrRTTT AXD SZA1ES IX GEXESAL
IV. I GKllKV.
gyx.itaia;r AEESTASD Pnv-rc,
ClXAJi. . iPE.-CI2Il At CO..
6EXEEAI. OKSHSSnx HESCEAXTS,
J ata,g. t. jlft
3IoCOLG.- At JOII.0."V.
C. II. WILLIAMS,
iCAXTTAcTSEXZ. I2r9SrE2 AXD TirtTT?
w. it BX3i injr.
StT AX3 S2E y TT-g
K w km am w tv ajMa
M- X. DOSflHLU
C'T!TXET yT-vy ASD BPH9L
X--- si k Bo.
XIAJKHXS At S0RKVS05;
SHI? CASP25T2S ASD CATIISZSS
At B Fr A Co-1
t's aid Sti
2C?23Z2 AXD GUCEISSX XESCSA5T.
WALKER Ac ALUEUV.
SEIFK56 AXD COJQQSSIClX
t ! x t - Tlanr.Ta It 1
L. L. TORBERT.
WTT"? IX AXD ETX2T rprr. cr
3 voncr fa- Qaaaa ai Ian atrrrta. 1.4
BOLLES At CP )
Vare farm. Baadlkrs, rHira.- xajiaaxia.
C . LsaiA ,K BaiUaktaCa.
a v atV 1
GS0CZB ASD SHIP rp-aytT-rrrj
1 atialaa. JCani.
X T'-t-"- -a Garral AmL i
xT" "Xraa aa4 aeUr frrnw ai farrica Ssook. 1
: Scira. WkraCxs.
Txssprrs sresE ceoicz geoceexs
' eararref STaasarrSaerSrrcSa frilr
D- S- HHCSC0CZ,
TW IAm Saaar t aaaaHX. rraaaa,
1W iknta Mt Ohm;. Mw,
Tk. iHaa fah. HI.
Be ilfa 1nHr.nl raaitj Ml Ha ,
Wrnkl A VQuk' Aawaat ImMh
TV aaat ftfaT 1
tv. tiaaas Maui aa Innwplk, I
I Baal 1 tkr AMI af Bilk W Ik ,
er - M
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" ' rn m. aaa aaek atkar K-
'"laiHH.lililli auk, .km.u a-aa.
w JT" jknaa. aoar tan. " ; .
a1" ' I 11 II llld atlntilaa, rta4 I
" . lar laita'. Fai aiifcra i n .a SaoVf T-kr wra aarraa.
0ee. Ccr. Text & 3tUl SattU.
X. A. KWXK.
CIIALLAMIIL .V CO.
EEPOKTTTF.S A5D DEUQS IK
IMH, Aim. it, Xa.S. .acui$M.
A. S. CLBGIIORA,
WHOISSAtE AXD ETTAIX DEALE3 ilk
HEX Kit AT. ItESCHAXDISE,
Vkji aMaTloaariaafft af Ea4taWM5lmt.
iracl .fhmHifcMWIi, a MC ftrwrt. a ra tk rrr
nnnn i:i: a.- co..
noxoi.'ci.r, n.j. )
AOKSTS Of Ihr BMoa ud Unoolnls Pirrlirt I
AGGXTs. Ftor tbr Saltrr. .ViUalni ami JUtna
AOHXTS For thr Pmrluxtnl Salr tr IiUnd
11. K. KIILKUS At CO..
DEAIXES DST GOODS AXD GI3ISAL !
c . JEHCKAimiSE, " ;
K. A. SCllAKI'BU.
4 OBST tor tbr 11 HF.MKX nOAlVD el
AMI fcrtka TWaa Brari T CaaVmtttn.
C. S. BARTOW.
AU CT1 ON EER,
5 ill Hi a Qe i i - a wr ftaai KsitaauM
JI. .. GKJU-VBAtTI Jk CO..
LSP02TEHS AXD TTEOtESAIX DEALEES
la rut ulli fVMkiac. Bast. Caaa. Xaxa. 5W u4
aaaij al4r atlTaillMi i mfMaic rifMac llui.
ta akv' tfack. Qbmo ni. OaBoMm. H I
AFOSC At ACIICCK.
lapener,. ielejxl x4 EeaH S-aJ i '
JOllX II. PATV.
Sotarr PAhc aai Oseitiar of Deeds
k .V -
G. AV. SORTO.
C00PEE AND GATJGEB,
At tie ZXtw Siai cz. Hit Tyt-J.
K if javaarat aaatami a iek Is hat Sa at tka Sap
aextk, fktOartaB! Hai b au hinaitid
mmt. I in R. k. . kaari ao ta- aakv. OB Cart
aa ffW-.ll f4 fjmtmt taarh iai vt. vkxk kr rtO
B at tka mj LaM laart KtM AH Jri: law ia a :
tkaraojh lir aa nimlri rc f?r. Mm&ka. AW
taodff CVaoaciat Itaxrtatf mxi Tvit Ir aale. l3ia '
I II. At G. SEGBLKBX,
ITS. ZISC AXD COPPSE. SMITHS. AND
SHEET rSOX WORSES
5csm Street. fera-o. .Xerekaxt ul Csees. I
BaT NaBMilr -e kaod. Sv-v. rsp. Ganoaw! t
o V Kara arf Box BkbiL$-rrkx. lau
Bafckar Bai !. S3. n ImOi of as aa4
-rW.ntXrcafeara f, naaj. Batk-Tat.
Mffjtaai H' ia to 'kii TT 1
Maa4ff a W cffffaP.T .ttiaiij la.
to tkr OtaMoc
Boaalah aa4 tka Maaaa
riac. ia tkff. v bof, k; ;
tr Merit k a
tjr tw fatarr. ;
JAJtES L. LEWIS. j
COOPEE AND GATJGEE, !
A: the OH Staa ester Eig td Seiei Sa-ea. i
Iw orOBfkaA, aoa allxjoOf iTi.iaii
He a.,,. i kr atkoatafta k !
t TW iriiM 1. 1 nil a
rco. aa Sar kk ka aw iffaaia, kt,
J. ir. raosii'sox,
aa Sarkt at tW lmi t,r2
', " E" Kaid lr- a
A OIEV XOTT At CO.,
GOPPEE AND TIN SMITES.
aaV-rt-s Sat-t ore dscr xbtre TEtrrr'i,
jpakar Skit tkar aaaaaaroral a
rt.anVfc. State, jtriajrto.
ataai of rM arlij aaat wtei Saakaax ulKciiat i
C" frmm ta (CW ltso- -rm iaiM i '
rr . 1
AaurS5jLt i:lH?i?ly S AG2ST,
i,. saj... . f - , ,
afe-ii akaz af Mltef -rt!s
a taw ataafaaj; at ax, :
kr tSetia !
a anSata. krkfffi tajwai gK ramiactaffB at Ska fa- 1
tanaa kakuiatkraaac ,
EOrSE AXD tyrr. PLTXKES.
Eirr Street. rxt U tie Seae's SffUti
t- a riraaai b. r.
a 'tot 1 rrarffaaai t- ka ia a wart.
DICKSOS & BOLSTER.
TT. - r-- -. - . . '
nouse, Sign ana Snip Painters, :
"aiaif, Karktrac. &at frti inaiaai harrr
THTr. Ae, Ac tuoarra tea akirtorf arahr.
aa as tkraa
WAG0S AXD r.fP-BTACT So LDZ2.
TC Klac XrrrC, Haaaatnlau
ltrjars Arxr-visa carraa4 cra- SB.
taar Awl tajticasag Oaba ,a JTjawP
r S tl ll 'lrli.l aai BrTrr-t&orrar. CTl
trarr, tantAatWIaias&rrraQerarca3r. as-trt
JIK. J. COSTA,
JEWELS B ASD E5GHATEB.
Fcrt Street cjyecse 0AJ FtOiirs EilL
barffaalarAfexta visk rnatfearax. -tirkriBxir
f tsrina.sftaaalEk. "- r, . . .
b Jrvr7a3i ltt a"''t X-Irx
TTAVIXG COX5TE1JCTEB A XEW SKTLI6HT,
AA axtt saAc tsdm, aucr scarareacats. I hay
aw w c ca ass uo xeosa xassaaasa rua
A Photograph r SIxc,
Fraaa a Crrstal to a v taAra zz Ike Best.
Style f Ail. aadoa tie aost msasaUttracu.
Also, far safe, -newa of tic TsTtMs. Partraia eft
.1.. T- . V . . . 1
r...,-, vrtT-ff,a raacg ra?xf .
' k-L CHASE.
ClOMaHy fa- t
Saacaaalaaatf oa kkao
it. j. noiism,
AXD rSSUKATTCE AGEXT,
II J l: Sfmfcuft Eufcacpc CaMfcrej 5
: rraaefera. OMrraU.
Vwv Rn"a 1 C
Mm. H BartfrMAf
.. . HaaMl. '
j.i:oa k. 3ii:yt.rs a co !
; iKPosxEKs 3nirAcitnirr.s or hauajt i
I- AXDAJtERICAX 3TAEEITS,
MukrK SnlK Siu Hra4 5mm TraKs rb- 1
ttkmd. Horr aaj Owtr Tfut. BAfcsrd BMs. Fir BrIHu,
nmc. It.. it a4 UuU saw, epporfw Cutwbc Cami,
WILLTAH5. SLAKCHAIO) & CO..
i SHUPIXG AJTD C012OSSI0I DXECHAKTS,
c ccuxx I
SEVEE.A5CE, CLARK t Ca. ;
ASD SHTPfIKO AGENTS.
iOS Picx Sst, caraer eS CUx, Sxs Jnseius.
xr w IWTHH1C uc fanrxTMftc JQrt
CVfa AdTAacs oo QMbipouto. 37
HEB3ULL & CO..
llTtp hrvn rsr?wj la fmeat eorterof far ariran! .
of rytarKJllaacitfgJtftarte. fiaf BrirVEag. -Jtac.
mrr- aii aiiW n. rcCTW aai1Tw'IaJTtplri .
i aaaricaaamr a). ciiHj isRW Uc Ik Oap HxHrC, to
vWeo y truant aitrataoo ti1 Va&SA and sm wiAca cjtft
, Oaxrir W IWv 4M .S&a Frmacuc
. J C Man V
1 lUtot faaahn ir...t .-.
, JuxriUMiI. -
. WXaTCW'H ,i Oa. "
Am a Un FurlUsi L
- K. 31. TAX KCCI),
COMMISSION KEE CHANT
1ASGLET, CEOWELL & C0M
3iJ Cir-Emry 4 Cltj Sti.SiFrit;eisci. faa ;
5uimr trrrtT San FraaclMO. ,
rcxtaofsc (naa SKianK Stmt: tr- HaBrck Stmt.
HAV1XG B EEX RECEXTLT RKXOVAIED
aafft mvij far i baf zaalc it ia st SfC wa.v
Xtkal aa &&talfc r AXU.T BOTl ia tkr ?!t Ml;
eaotiaftv ; it t&ntvtrf itiiiaianattx- Beaatf 3tea
aa tkr PaMa- fearffMBr
Tka IakW 4 W aauuttr saaobW vvlk crr laxsrr
tto tauarl fftiffi. TV Aula I Flrkt C.xk, rttl
MuRrttt...tem ac iu. t. "t
TQiOTOT SAECEXT, Fiap'r.
BOARD OF IiXBSKWEITESS.
rfMlK CXDKRSIGXED iartngn appcor
JL fi antti Sjt tke faa rtajuuco Soera Ladtr-
California Insnraaire Compinj",
Pacific IniHralicr CampaDfi
Coltiomia latord'a, and
kekokktra liaUan r Vb W tkfMMa: rffa
aaav- tkac at u at lrH(MUipw. metmm W5 ataar
af fka iWf fcaauaor. asaawt trPa al tke waa aoT
liar at r &esr tka saadarick lSaao W aara la
e tiitaic aj tsiaaL.
mUK ODKKS1GX11D, ACESTS OP THE .
r- ST!:. -r. . - u
15-lf H- HACKFELD A O.
rrtHE r.VDEItSICiED, AGE5TS of tbr
JL akorrCaffaaaa?.' fcaxr Wa asskee&ra' taiaxaffa ti
a CarcA Prrltit aad Treaaarr, kr Cooatar,
ka HrufftaK to aa pru af the HasaSaa Oioap. aa4 rtcr
S-lrS H. BACKJ1XD X CO
LSPERIAL FIRE 1XSTRAXCE CO.
Of lcic.-E$iiiEiie A. 2. 1503
CA5H CAPITAL-,. $$.000,000 In GOLD.
I nrtHZ VS8l5ieTE& HATTSG bra aaparaa matt
at tar in 1,1 ifi aar ia ttaaaaaa uauas. are
' rairilt.k ial ra Xrrttaaaee. rattaaa- tarmkk; trrat.
Mf WALKKE i ALUCV
Of saa Pranctaco.
jrrYHE C5DEI1IGEU harla; tru ap
1 JL isXASzd AfrxU far ta akarr Oesf aar. a srraaiad
Las Mtar .Taiaiin aa Carrw, Prrinta aatl Treai-ru-r.
- HALXEil A ALUS."
I-Im Acaau. Bra alalia
11 ijniii KGii-uirK3iir
pise arsirsAScs com?a5Y-.
1 rftUE TTSDERSIGXED htrli; been ap
;"JL pratrl AoaU -r tat abm CWafasr, vcaana
asarwrarraraitrar.aatoeaaaaIrlcfcBoAItl - '
ioc- Mrrriianu tii a
THE AGRXT lOIl THE BKTT15H Ka
&ra Xcriar ZBraraara GtaaptET. (Litaetrdi. ka I
orerafi taSnrtiAa ta raCx Ike ralra at iasasof
krrarra Haaatxac tat Porta ia tar Fadtc. aadkiaarrT.
wig - m u 1 1 a, a gffVT. rat a ,
roaoceiGa ca Ire&ex zz ftaasMra.
THSX H. BATirS.
BO Jj: JSiTi Imm. Jltr. ia CL.
CoaTtn- Hotel aud Fort 2stzvt.
nsT-ics&VrssXxari s-W yratZ tiul lax? jLrrcn. bui
viZ luasy oagt.g VU t bti t Lkxtx, WjaoL Jac tc
CKATKR OF XLLALTEA. HAW AIL
THIS ESTASU$IDr5T IS SOW l
9i fmtx&xncrjtkmttni&Bsia tkrTaictaa ZZZ
Basra, rtasar ncras t-afrrtrnffrfcrtaMe mm, a ssort '
ttMr. axdciTrzaSraeaaee. Xxpoioai rsatra f ir tla '
STTfy ASD T7LF3u2 EAIZS :
Sssec 6si2e tsi Sailed If Dealrtd.
tU f ior. rsu T m-f ,-. '
ria7, Yj Ul H.-Errpesici. Erq. I
Sl'GAll & MOLASSES.
HACKFELD & CO.,
lOCiL AGENTS OT
San Francisco and-Pacific
STTGA2 C0SPA5T. pa
Sugar and Molasses,
FtOM THK KOlAIA PI.ASTATIOX.
rf 1ST. Hr.iicH
KJta. H. IMCKrELD i CO.
Sugar and Molasses, .
F02B. THE KAST MAC1 PLA"TAT10X.
Cr of UTfc, fr sx.e Vj
KJtia H. nACKTEI.D A CO.
Sugar and Molasses,
TTVIIOM THK UXllCK rUAXT.lTIO.V.
iT.4m JI. IIA3KFKLP A CO
Sugar and Molasses,
EnOil THK DOBROX PiaXTXTIOX.
55 II. HACU ELD A CO.
Sugar and Molasses,
J71ROX THK PIONEER SIII.L.S. lothatna.
JL Crsf T 1ST, far tt hr
AtJUn H. HACKFELD A CO.
Sugar and Molasses.
EnOM THK WA1IIEE PUAXTATIOX.
Crp of l?r, far iiie bj
iJ-Jm H. HACEFELD A CO.
Sugar and Molasses.
FIOK THK HKKtA FX.AXTATIOX.
Ji-Sm H. HACfFEiD A CO.
Sugar and Molasses,
FROM THK Si ETCALF PIXTATIOX.
Crap of 1ST. Jar !Jt br
AT-Stt 11. HACKFELD i CO.
Sugar and Molasses, a
CKOP AO CO.MI.NG IX, and for sale
in qsaalkies t sau j.u.reli.-cr?. t
l-3s WALKEE A ALL EX. AcraU.
Susar and 3Io!ssscs Crop ISTO
COMIXG IX. FOR SALE IX QCAXTnTES
to suit pcrt&aiers. hr
1-An . "WALKER A ALLEX. Artots.
Supar axttl JIoIac Crop XrTO
lOMIXG IX. FOR SALE IX QUAXTITIES
W to sott porekasers. kr
I -Jo. WALKER A AL1EX. A f tits.
Arv Crop or Sugar A" JtloI:i-.c-
-vrow cojirxG rx. axd for sale is qdax
Jl tx&es ta sstt priilr br
I-Soj C. aREVTERA CO..Astats.
"VTE'"' crop xow cojuxft rx
- JL t ic Qoartrtir to 5BI i-ar-Ha
C. BREWER A fO.. AeaU.
Vacuum Pan for Sale !
OXE CAST IltOX Taconm Pan, 5 feet.
4 isches ia diaceier. wit a Cop jr Worts. Steaa
Esgiae. daebie aeUz Air Fusps. Ac. eocpfete.
For sale "bv
K " H. HACKFELD A CO.
DRUGS & MHDIK'NES.
IS 'k't-4 IPS SO?
Sound Hraltli to be Obtained at Last?
The Way to Obtain Soand Healti!
FIRST CLEAXSE ttir Stomich Cram all
t&CHTt aerataasatia& aVak f c3UIt vBee f&ac
aacal ir?aafaaffW. rjbuj ta- UuS.
Sfcoud-rtrrf- tkr Biooi irjm mZ xnl mai earrcfr
kaaffucv aa nerrt tke raura oTtka frmvt dim
of tW tMM n m aaar of tir llcaaa TaaSj.
A RK?TKr)T, -rv.d Vr rkav jetf ciycriracr, ea
lakie rf rfcetiai: a sakte aaa iaprlut irarow.
a am Ufsrr tka jakttr i
VEGETABLE PUEIPYliTG PILLS,
Tkrj TasajESfr Mtraaar kaa frvraj iu TSEor
tior in Iemwi ,1 1
U.. HZAD. CHK?T. RJWXL5. LTtaLmmi BWlSnTE i
WW, RLDSEla, c Al. ia BJ1M VATIM. CU
Cat. SOEEJ. aai SE1 WSEAS-it Wtxr A C1KSCT
FCCimZ Or TEE Elb aad aUbtr -r.ii of tit h-
5r HandblUa Gtrtit Atraj- Sj- Agrtita.
ftrpanrf aa mK. akrioaW aof rrtaJL la kara. prict 1
'1Cl tv rS-S'V !
Hi. J. T. WATaOCSE. BM(aic 1st af 3 CtncijU
aa4 XViat Vtaaari m 6ml Britaia aai tW Catraiw.
Tk aoenapar kaa tears arack xa ara at W11ELP
TSXVf SAJZ T1ETABI. PUX5 frcra parrjra bo karr
tW tkraa, at kr can ironm ait ta wisa crrtrct eaa-tsrr-
-lj J0HX TE0XAS 6TATT?.H0USE-
Florida Water qfths Best Quality.
2 BEOWX'5 TEOCHE5. HAMBURG TEA.
AA A Great Ajjcruet:: cf Zsie till Oils,
Such a. oa of Roar. Oil of Bergamo. Ac
Glyeerire- Sjriays is rariaiy,
Ereast Parts. Xorriag Zes.
Trasses, Ar CaeaaBatter.
White Wax. tperaSxL
White CaarEe Soap,
-Taia KEer. Ae. Ae.
.Far at at the UrWra Prkm. by
H. I CHASE.
Regular Packet for Kakla bM Hilo.
Schr. Pauahi, ?L.
fTra. BIBCOCK, .... Xailcr,
W9 jb rraluly betveea Husiaht and tie above
porta. Fcrlretrht r passage aftSy to '
CASTLE A COOEE, Areata.
For Kona aid Km, Hawaii.
P. MIILI.ISH. .... Jaaater,
tr"i0 rs u a reslar jacket to the abore port.
Fer fretrit or raafae ifjtj ta
1-lta WALKER A ALLEX. Arxsts.
ir Pscket fr MsM.
Schr. Kamaile, ZLl
BALL ISTEK, m . . . Xaater,
! W21 rza a aa rcslar paeket cetveea Honolulu
I aaA 3talokaL tcseaicr a EassakaAai and Pako.
For frririt cr pafaaja arrJr tt the n.r-n ca
I W7i rautftAUASl, AgeaA,
i3 inic, u. i.
Saprr-aip Court In Equity.
Gtonx . 7Vitr .im (hKr IPoUit. rs. tier
ritt P. Jmii, rmir. imd J. JfUnsja.
Aihnitti tmiar, x-iJ Jir UVCiMnmliy'TA
qiift .Vffcufyt twst
Bill in Kqoitr. with Kikibit ar.neioJ, EtcJ
Mar 30th. 1S6S ; process Us&n, rcturuible Jane
16tk. before the Chancellor; answer filed Sept.
ISth ; repljcatKw filed Oct. 5. Acg. S. ISG9. the
respondents' connjel moved to dismiss, for want
of prosfcation. At the hearinj: of this motion,
ths complainants' connsel argoed that there had
been no delay oo their part, bet that one of the
complainants had died, and the delar was caused
partlr br that event, and partly hr their . efforts
to resist the discharge of ono of ths executors.
The respondents counsel agreeins thereto, and
sUpalatics; to take oo advantage by reason of the
non-appearance of any representattve of Tncker.
a heartBswas assfened for August 3th. with the
agreement that Hartwell. J- should sit with the
Chancellor. nd their decision be final. -
The Bill avers that. Nov. 26. 1633. ho"com.
phinants entered into the follom-incr agreement
with th decedent; KxhitiitA.
..-That said Tack er and Waller take charge of
the lumbering business belonging to the Kuupa
kue Pkatalioa. of Hilo. Island of Hawaii, for
the tern of two years ; said Tncktr and Waller
to have sole charge of the sawmill, and all thereto
belonging; they are to have the selection and
control ol as many bullock for wot king at the
lacihiring business as they mar require, from the
herd sow on the plantation. They are also to
have the cs of the sawmill and all implements,
s-jch as yokes, chains, axes. c fau inventory
of wlich will be hereunto appended.) now on the
plantation, for their use. returning the same to
said Metcalf at the expiration of the term above
speoi6ed. in as good condition as when received
by them. Jill oien killed outright, or perma
nently injured, while in their service, shall be
paid for at the rate of eight cents per pound
when dressed, or at soch reasonable price as may
be agreed upon, at the time, between them and
said Metcalf. or bis agent. Said Tucker and
Waller shall, however, have such beef as may be
slaughtered at the !antation. for their own use.
at the rale of four cents per pound at the sham
bles. Said Tucker aad Waller are 4o furnish all
labor, provisions, in fact, every thing that may
hereafter be required for carrying on the lumber
business as above intended, and to work faith
fully aad . prudently at the same, during the term
abore specified. In consideration of the land,
mitt. oxen, implements. &C-, Sx ic, supplied by
said Metcalf. and the labor and material supplied
by said 1 acker and ajler, the proceeds shall be
drnded as fellows : One half to said T. .Metcalf.
........ , , .
dehveivd by the other party at the pUce of sale,
and the other half shall belong to said George K.
Tucker and (ailbert aller. The usnal words,
' HxecaUSrs, Admioistralors and Aiams," are
understood to apply, always, to both parties to
In witness whereof." Jrc
That the said agreement wa3 superseded Feb.
14th, 1555. by the following, vir. : Exhibit B.
"That said Tucker At Waller shall take charge
of the plantation of Kaspakuea, in the district of
Hilo, Island of Hawaii, for the term of ten years
opoa the foHowiajr terms and conditions, vir:
Said Tucker & Waller shall furaish all labor and
provislans for carrying on the plantation, and also
all tools and implements trat may be required dnr
irj; the tens of this agreement. All necessary fence
and bcildisgs shall be made and credited at the ex
pease of said Tucker & Waller, said Metcalf
agrees, however, to furnish any calls, bctt-bingee.
locks and fastenings that may be required for anr 1
substantial wooden buiidings that said .Tucker At j Emma, tbjt she do keep the plantation up to full
Waller stall hereafter erect. The saw-mill cow oa j working order, as far as in her lies, so that all my
the place saaH be kept in and returned in good con- r objects, hereinbefore expressed, may be fully ac
ditian lorsawine, also the wooden dwelling house ! complUbed, Inasmnch as she is able." Exhibit F.
(or an eqcaHy good one) oowon the place shall be j
returned ia rood condition to live in. Ail' other
bnDdieg? for which T. Metcalf has furnished nails
etc., ia the construction shall revert at the expira
tion of tUsagreemest is good conditiou Said
Tucker At Waller shall take good care of all bullock
aad horses or otter cattle and their increase belong
ing tu said T. Metcalf aad cow on, or t tatjic may
hereafter put npoa the piaee, castrating and brand
StK; all 1 bat reqaire it, at least fcer time in each
year, paring all trespass, also all losses and damages
to cattle t Brooch their aezligrnee.
"AH cattle sosd, or otherwise disposed of from the
place, saaH be delivered at the place oi sale, if on
the island of Hawaii, if ebewhere, thee to the ves
sd at the place of drfirerinr at the expense of said
T,..r . Tt-,,1 TW " ,n , , .
Tacier & Waller. Tfcey are also to keep a trne
book account of aU transactions wherein said T.
iltlcalf is interested. They shall keep as exact ac
eocat of all beef coasemed by tbeiu cpon the place,
far whseb taey shall credit said Metcalf at the rate
f - V POd. AH Pork, fowl or' other
sera uua oeei waica taey may require lor 100a only
aad crown upon the place, they shall bare free of
charge. Said Tseker At Waller are to have as many
and saeb bolloek for work as they may select from
the Coca. bcic responsible fer ail losses and injury
to said workia: bollock while in their service.
They da also have the reasonable nse of any horses
betoegiag to said Metcalf that are bow or may here
after be upon the place, on the same conditions; said
Metcalf does sat however obligate himself to fcrnish
horses for their use at any time. That In consider
ation of the labor Ac. fersisbed by said Tucker A
Waiter they shall be entitled to ooe-balf of the grose
tain of ail prod acts of the plantation at the place ol
delivery, excepting the. bullock and horse kind.
upon all actual sales of bollock, they shall receive I
tea per cent, but upon the sales or the horse kind j
they shaH receive" nothing: Said Metcalf. ho were r, !
is to control the sales of bullock and horses, be is '.
also to bare such bullock, for work and milk to
take to the islacd of Oabu for his cse there as he
may require without deducting percentage. Said
Tucker A WaHer shall be permitted to hare ten ani
mals ttcb for their own upon the land, at any and an
time during the term of this agreement. - They
shall labor faithfully, diligently zed economically,
cot only in caring for the cattle oa the place, but
in all otberhranHirs of business where both parties
are rautaaliy ralerestoL Said T. Metcalf agrees to
bear ose-balf of the expense: sustained by both par
ties In keeping an anchorage baoy in a condition to
esc Is front of the plantation finding. Ixjs agreed
that hi all ptacea where the words "Executors Ad
alnistratsrs aad Assigns," arc usually inserted In
icstrsocctx shall be understood as Implicit in this
"I hereby agree that the - s "one-Half cf the
gross sales of all product cl r plantation" shall
aad is hereby altered so as to read to-Aird Ate,
&c, to said TrrtcT & WaHer Ata," alio that Instead
cTfocr toJjL. per pound" for beef, they (Tucker At
Waller) shall pay me but Iteo aai: -per pound."
Esspasksea, March 2, 1557.
That ander the second agreement, the coatpiala-
sU took efcjrge cf the plantation, fenced aad
plowed a large portion of the land at tbtifamttct-
pecse, tarnisiled liter tci prrrrWinatr carrying
on the plinlJtlcm, and also took aSd laryfcrser.H to
take rsine cf one Jbdasaod xd eWj-irare doSar.
Exhibit C. In Khrdulc of the Implements, with
prices, fitlng tip 10Sl, li;nr, "RecM pjy't by
note. T. Mctcilf, Knpkoea, Feb. 14, tSM,'' nJ
written across, "The article herein atiore tacn
thmcd hate thl dar been returned to the plantation,
T. Metcalf. KanpiVuta, Dec 1, iS5T."
That on December 14th, 1S37, the iecotid aRrec-
j mtnt tnt cancelled bj the QcccJtnt with (be com
i p!lnnt, consent, and the Implement were turned
over ,0 the r5nOB, and tba following third
. . 1 ... I 111. 'T ,
agreement was made : Exhibit D.l
" That aald Tucker & Waller arc to tate cnarfro
and carry on Uio augar plantation, known a Eaupa.
kuca, In the district of Illlo. owned by raid T. Met
calC lor OQC-llfth of the profits each said T. Mcl
eill furnishes the Had with tllMts Implements as It
now stands, together with such bullocks and horses,
as mar be required for work, that are now on the
plantation. The plantation being responsible for
all Injury to said bullocks and horses while in Its
service, also for the charpe of kecplnjt the game.
j Said Atetcalf a!W4 to furnish all tools and loiple
incuts now on the plantation free of charge, he
also further agrees to furnish all other capital or
means hereafter required for the snlBclent conduct
of the plantation, upon the condition of .being
alktned or credited the current rate ol Interest, for
what means he may lornlsh personally, or the actual
Interest he is obliged to pay other parties for such
accommodation, and said T. Metcalf, Is to receive
three-nfths of the profits. This agreement shall
continue lor the term of ten years, at which time
said plantation, with all Improvements, shail revert
to said T. Mclcalf or his heirs.
Said T. Alctcalf has been pursuaded against his
better JcJrmeut, to agree to not charge Interest on
the capital furnished for the first twelve months
from this date."
That the complainants, at the date of the third
agreement, turned over to the plantation all the
improvements they had made under the previous
agreement, and received no remuneration therefor
or for their labor performed under said agreement.
That the complainant carried on the sugar planta
tion under the third agreement, gave all their care,
labor and diligence on the same, made valuable Im
provements in fencing the land, erecting buildings,
in tho cultivation of the cane nd manufacture of
sugar, and doing all things by them agreed to be
That Metcalf performed his part, of said agree
ment up to January 1, ISoi, and the plantation
accounts were fairly kcp.t and balanced np to that
date, -with the exception that Metcalf contrary to
the terms and intent of the last agreement, charged
the complainants for the cattle and horses he was
boned by said agreement to furnish for. plantation
That by the account current made and exhibited
by the complainants January 1st, 1S64, and by Met
calf letter of February t0th,.lSO2. Exhibit a the
liability or the plantation was $51,024 23, of which
sum $17,171 was then bearing Interest, leaving the
balance of (4433 25, to bear interest from that date
That Aldrich, Walker & Ca, .were azents for the
plantation from January 1st, 1SS2 to December 31st,
1SG5, and that In the plantation account stated Jan'
i ' "Tvf'Jl'i
j with $7,13675, the private debts of Metcalf, which
j ,om wlth ,ntcrCTt to Dceembcr 3UU lsfi7, mmaM
. tu tn.TSB wrongfully taken from plantation profits.
That Walker, Alleu ife Co., were the successors ol
Aldrich, Walker & Co., as scents of tho plantation,
and acted In that capacity until Metcalf death In
Son Francisco, August 6th, 1C6, and thence acted
as agent6 of the plantation for the executors of
Metcalls will until January 1st, 1SC7, when G. P.
Jndd became and has since Remained the agent,
having the plantation under his control and man
agement. That by Metcalfs will, duly admitted to probate,
G. P. Jndd was named as one of the executors, aud
accepted bis trsst as such execntor, and the other
persons named in the will as executors declining to
accept the trust, the Court appointed J. W. Austin
administrator with the will annexed, to act with
Judd as executors, and that Jndd and Anstin quali
fied and acted, and still are acticg under said ap
pointment. .Teat iht following clause is in Metcalfs will
-vAnd I do further charge and direct my daughter
That during the agency of Walker. Allen At Co.,
G. P. Judd, as said executor, gave Walker, Alleu and
Co.. his seven promissory notes of $5,000 each, dated
respectively on the 5tb,0tn, Stb, 9tb, 10th, 11th and
12th days or October, A D. ltfiC, bearing interest at
the rate of one per cent, per month, and secured by
mortgage on the plantation, said mortgage being
also security for two or Metcalfs botes, amounting
to 10,404X1, the mortgage Itseli setting forth that
it was given in order that Walker, Allen At Co.
might raise money. A copy or the mortgage Is an
nexed to the Bill.
That Walker, Allen & Co. subsequently obtained
money from third parties, giving the said promis
sory cotes as collateral; that April 13, 1B67, certain
of the notes were sold at public auction, and Judd
aud Austin, as said executors, bought Jndd's note,
as executor, for tS.CM), and its accrued interest of
t2fi70, with-procreds of sugar sales, Instead of using
said proceeds to reduce the, Interest account and
principal debt on tLe plantation.
Teat Jndd, as plantation agent, charged the
plantation t3M for the purchase of MetcalP
private note or t5,000 and interest, the note not
being given on plantation account, and being then
paid by proceeds of sugar.
That Judd, as said execntor, charged the planta
tion ?a.j7.T2 (or shooks, which he In tact bought for
abont ?10i50. and when asked for Bill of Sale, In
formed the complainant's counsel that after expend
ing money upon them, be had sold them to the
plantation at small proBC
That Judd credited sale or sugar to Walker, Allen
At Co., April 17, 1S67, in the sum oft4,7Ca40, which
wasf3L51 less than the aetuat net of said sales;
that, Jotnary i, 1E67, Jndd debited the plantation
353. which was flGO more than Should have
been debited, besides the commissions charged,
That the accounts of the Executors ihow nearly
W3.000 as proceeds of the last Incoming crop ; that
Jndd received o,Ti Kegs or sugar, but bis accounts,
as .shown to the complainants, account for only
C,P5 kegs, or 103 kegs short. -
That by tke Account Current, since Jan. 1. 1862,
large and ruinous interest was paid, contrary to the
agreement referred lo in Exhibit D., for money used
on the plantation, being over ?-j,C00 so paid, against
the protest of tbe complaroanla.
That a note of 2,000 and Interest, amounting to
t2.llLCG, was paid July 5, 1663, from proceeds of
the plantation, for which no credit was given to the
That Jadd as agent credited the plantation $10
for four cords wood sold to himself, which were in
fact five cords, worth more than tlB.
That in the year 14 the complainant were
greatly damaged by Metealf failure to furnish re
quisite machinery to dispose of a large aad valuable
crop of segzr, as he was bound to do by the terms
of agreement D, until long after it should harebcen
forthcoming, by which failure ou his part tM hun
dred and twenty-five too of sugar, tnoreeVleaa,
were lost to the plantation.
That the said executors or Met calf win failed to
make an appraisement of his estate, '
Text about the expiration of their tera of tea
years under agreement D, the cosBpIalnsaU de
manded ol the executors a full settlement of all
Butters relative to the plantation, bat -were rcqnest
est to go on and all would be right, bat Mt sAtfeted
wKh so doing they again demanded a settlement,
aed. were told by the executors ? send- their ac-
counts to Honolulu and settle them, as there were
uo profits as wouM sffear trtsit tho acconaU ren
Tho bill avers WVth coasAHklsssts are entitled
to two-fifthi Intrreet la H Improvements on the
plantation, consisting of fences, tools, Implements,
horses, cattle, tnulrs, cuts, engines, and tho neces
sary mschlucry.to manufacture sugar placed, there
for.tbat purpose, which have been paMlor by their
money and results of their labor befng tho profits
of the plantation.
Also, to two-fifths Interest In a contract for fifty
coolies, made Jnly9th, 1SG3, for IS060S3, for eight
year service on the plantation r and lira contnet
for twenty-five coolies, mads May'' Slat, 1387, r
five yesrs service, and In the contracts of abont onb
hundred natlvo laborers on the plantation np to
December 14th, ISG7, to whom advances were paid
out of the profits of the sugar In which the com
plalnant had a two-fifths Interest.
Also, to two-fifths Interest In all (he sugar and
product ot the cane taken on" tba plantation since
December. 14th, 1807, deducting cost of taking off
the crop now coming In, the complainants' time and
labor np to that date having been devoted to tbe
cultlvatldrrof said cane and to ths care of the plan
tation. That tho plantation accounts, arc unliqui
dated. Ta bt rtrttinucA)
DtrTcrcHtlal ana iBtrsrrttL
BT B.KT. WILLIAM ALTlit DAKTXETT:
Le Pcre Hycinthc stands to-day ia an inlcrmo
tliato state, lie ia not officially dissevered from
Home. Ho is not a subscriber ta any Protestant
confession. Rome followed him with implora
tion and threat to the confines of the Old World.
I'rotcstimts meet him with welcome at tho gates
of tho New World. lie stands npoa a summit
of transition accessible to tho dwellers on either
side, lie is suspected by both, yet sought by
each. This position is significant. It is mora
than a personal attitude. It marks a tendency.
It suggests a remedy. The two communions
have not stood in such relief sincQ tho Council of
TrcnL Jt there, unn tip nal guy fixed beiuxen
tiiemt" Bo we "rejoice that frWriw fixed it
and trill nerer briilgt it?" as one of our wor
thiest fathers of tho 'Western church expressed
himself in public, recently
Whilo the communion of absolutism, and the
communion of individualism each find enough ia
the Carmelite monk to hold on by, is it not an
opportune instant to glance, nt the fundamental
like tiesses and incidental differences between Kc
manism and Evangelical Protestantism.
Home and Orthodox Protestantism agree es
sentially as to tbe origin, nature, and universality
of sin. They agree in tho divinity and Saviour
ship of Christ, in the doctrine of tho Trinity and
in the inspiration of the Scriptures and in tho fact
of the sacraments of baptism and the Lord's
Supper. True it is, that the system of confes
sion and pardon, of Indulgences and Mariolatry
(it's a grievous paradox that they who reverence
maternity even unto the worship of the "Virgin
should insnlt womanhocd by celebacy), of an
arbitrary use of Scripture, and nf tbe authority
of traditions and of unquestioned obedience,
overlays tbe truth and cripples tba power of tho
Charch. jAet it is n pertinent fact that, wbila
one of the fundamental agreements are mooted
in the Itomish Church, the additions and perver
sions have ever been, and still are, debatable.
They wero so at the Council of Trent. Even
Rome's dictation has not utterly paralyzed indi
vidual opinion. Tho French Bishops, under the
leadership of llonssuet, passed a resolution against
the Pope's sapremccy; and this remarkable
scholar and orator, a middle man between his
King and hia pope, could write to Leibnitz for a
a union of the Lutheran and Romish Churches.
-Tbe defection of Lamennais, at the beginning of
this century ; tbe open advocacy, alter tbe Conn,
cil of 18C2, by two Romish papers in Paris
L'ObtertOteur Calholique, and L' Unite Chrtli
enne, of the abolition ot the temporal power of
ti e Pope, of the doctrine of his infallibility, and
the union of all churches holding apostolic suc
cession ; the remarkable speech in the succeed
ing year, at Malines, Belgium, of Count Mon
talembert, daring the session of the Roman
Catholic Congress, expressing enthusiastic devo
tion to religious freedom, and which was anblaad-
ed to the echo, demonstrate the debatabifity of
differences. I hen followed the reaction through
out the leading Catholic states of Europe, after
tbe Pope's Encyclical of December 'C4 : France
returning out of her two hundred and eighty-three
members, but twenty who could be relied on for
the charch and that notwithstanding only two
millions of her thirty-seven millions population,
are outside the Catholic Church; Italy sending;
to her parliament less than a half-dozen. Aus
tria marks the most wonderful religious revo
lution of the age by the abolition of the Concor
dat of 1855 tbe recognition of civil mamagw, edu
cation put 'trader state rather that under eo
clesissticayaw, freedom of conscience, in religion
and worship, and the right of burial in Catholic
cemeteries. The present year Carrie's tbe move
ment forward. The liberal address of tho Catho
lics of Coblentz, to tbe Bishop of Treves Connt
de Montalembert, who is reported to be on his
death-bed, more outspoken still in his demands ;
tho manifesto of the Bishops in Convocation
at Fulda; tbe well-known breadth of the piety
of Lacordaire, not long deceased ; and the sym
pathy which Pere Hyacinthe has called forth
from bishops and priests and the Catholic masses,
mark a new religions era. These are. at least,
reasons sufficient for a revival of tbe Protestant
methods of fighting tho wrongs of tbe Papacy.
It is time to recognize likenesses, and lo cease
exaggerating or falsely stating differences. It is
time for a fresh interpretation of the prophesies
whose nondescripit monsters Rome has stood
for. It is time to acknowledge the sincerity in
the main of her preists and the Christian life of
many of her people ; in short, to acknowledge
Itome as one branch of tbe universal Christian
Cbarch. The altered circumstances and ttoyiew
light of this period demand thia. llobatrtned
locates over hell itself, his bridge Al Slrat, Vales
is finer than a hair, and sharper than tbe edgo
of a sword. So Each of a highway, at least,
we ought to fling across the abjsm between
Protestantism and Romanism.
The petty questions between, oar little sects
are becoming almost too redicaloos to dlscaii.
The world is larger than it waa when Boston was
the Hub, and the Connecticut Reservation the
tire of the nniverse ; larger than it was when
thesaperand tbe sab-lapsarians were warring to
the knife, and .New England's theological giants
were fixing the future condition of the umrerso
by a metaphysical definition. No more architec
tural designs for .bridging rivulets that anyone can
step over. The time has coraefor bridging oceafla.
Let ui tketeb the arch and plan tho abutments
to span the Atlantic and the Pacific There ore
no impaestvMe chasms here between' the imoreg
of God. 2iew and larger elements bavev rolled
into the charch problem. Two huedred millioaa
of ffnmifriirttBne hundred and sixty millions
of MohimiaWtiiBs. who are linked to oa In their
acceptaace of portions of tbe Old Testament and
cf the Gospels in the Ken and of Jesus as. a
nrnnhitt? tlsa Veaioriaa and tka '
CTinrcbes ; the great Greek Cotninawea lb
are to be aonrht. clued by what hbtorie sd c
trinal likenesses there mar be, .And thea tW
nations wakli touch as farther tack" affisaaat
tbe patrwefas China's (bar bsdoirl giaiea
India's ' hoards through the great weralilies of
and their phHoaoaherc. Never sssch gahKawi
work for the Chase- loo. It reasirea Mse wis
dom and the faith which' the Sjwrit alofM oast
comsieate to plan and act. We seas' a sew
heavw tomiltff the ew earth wiich has be
Btieorsred. 'e txtasaaiiso with error, yat
hearts cjniek to sympathize with 'truth every
where: Xs 'mn aaafcfclers to Mgahy ililhe
aaee. bat a diattitereMed awl acre wra ts saasg
nize liken emM-K. Y. Indepptf!enL