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frrrwarel tor Iht Hawaiian Oaxrlte.J
!strali. rw Zra.la.iid and fallftraia Mall Steafrs-Sche4nlf for 1875.
TRIP moil SVIIXKV TO SAN FRAXCIHOO.
La aawaa I
Fruvra rI- ). al Htrvimln Att at !L Fran
Ray ftMiir .. Mirataf aw in aaiiaf
npir -:Gr Jaansarr I'rlwniT ,ltrjery
Mi Frbnart. is Marrh rljtarrb .
Mull -II ApriL ('April. .
Ci -' A. l"r latar...
' V. w .. Hi. . . - May ... : June
BMPW- Jaw aiiasse at July
in -- J air . uiy a Ainu..
, .Kbr-o. UaU n iaim n Aiuruat.
RKTCR.N TRIP FROM 8. P. T) SYDNEY.
an or ikaf
NoTfmtMT I- VoTemtMT .
lMn-intr 14 December. .
January Bijamaery... .
. a Ana-oat.
. 3 ' Nm-rmtH-r .
"I la-cemtier. .
I". January , .
MarrB . .
A turns! IS
Iiwtnber. . . 10
Ffhruary . . . a
mnm lea re Ran rraoctac. Immediately on the arrival of the malli from London.
X B. The alowe namej steamers have been chartered for aevefl months ; and In caae a new Hoe Is lnaoirnrated
be. may he nrenwaHl In Ancnat or September by new and superior baa la.
la laataaafhn the tkae when the Meamer. will be doe at Uib port am) at San Franciaro. an allowance of two days
beraean; tub. t t an Rydaey and of one day between Uu port and Man Frandsro, I. made for the superior ipeed of the
on of MstaaaasW and Mikado "
tSf The foreign jarjmeii will not be required
till Monday, April 12.
ty A hark arrived off the port kit night, with
pilot abjoal flying not yet reported.
wo.votrxr. hak'H si. ikts.
Aral, arrived on the ZTth. sixty day.
i eeaL roaairaed to Maaan. C. Brewer
1 On Re- cars I a. beta diacbarpad uaar the tteanier wharf.
The wb.le bark Jnaae. Allea arrived i.-n Monday from a
erata. via kawaibea, aad law lorhrired netsie.
TbeOawatd Haded bar oil. (iLuat 140 1.1.1.) which went
forward by the II. C M array, aad ha. railed to ti alM.
Sarah Oeraju. bark Ink. I Braeal allied oa Satarday laat
v i lei rarr at aagar and other Hlar.d pmdure for ran
r by tht II. C. Murray, with a
A. Falkiabarfr I. on the berth loading for
Ink Ca Mai nearly diarbareec and will wait the arrival
of the nra.1 steamer, sun seeling freujlil ena-rmrnt..
Bark Maltir Marie., a. dar fnac Portland the Cam Tail
C. M. Ward from Guano
b -lea baoay a credit sale nf very choice and new I
ak. janaasaded lr.au bark Ka Moi, to which we j
of lb. trade.
NOTES OF Til r. W EEK.
C-r" The Punabou express wtjron supplies cm
tomere with excellent (rrcen corn. Order "lied,
if left at Caallc &. Cooke's store.
XW A Seaman named John Coary, belonirlnr; to
the L". 8. Ship Penaarola, died on Saturday, and
was buried in the N'uuanu Cemelrry on Sunday last.
IW The April term of the Supreme Court will
open on Monday next. In the absence ol Justice
Harris, the Court will be presided over by Justice
Judd. A list of cases to come bclore ILc Court
will be funnd elsewhere.
tST The inventory or the estste of the lste
Ssinuel Willislon, of Eastuampton, Mass., foots op
1,014,111, and the rvniduc that was to go to Am
herst College after all the other bequests were paid
will amount to ,000.
ra Zealand Wlatlrtlra.
Tar Satis atau. frow the Auckland hmU, will InUrest nor
The trade af the aaoatk has baaa active, aad the depression
arkaaa akraaSaaMl a few week, since seems to bare entirely
j si ' away The wri bar here caaflaaas laa, aashhaa the
eaast siadi to carried an with regularity, and the rapid
growth of uar. nl aettleraenl. I. daily aflofdiug a wider flrlil
far city trade and df isal of importations
tie favor an. i.g.l exporters, owing
of the bosn. market, and very little
O! tbe nor- I. ti w dressed. V all.-nij- l-rmp ruad.-to
1 1 sgsi i it la a battar Mate for the hoar aad American mar
fcasa; salt it is .oily a aaatter of time, when this valuable fil.rr
. :,. I - a.i.,- ...: . l.iuiK iri.lu.t'. Willi Ufc
The proper aaarlone f it its dressing has not leen Inreuted.
Kauri gun. has tasen active, owing to enhanced rates offering
far tare Aaaarsasa aaarket. This weak the Edith Ross baa
taaan tinanln 1 for New York a Ml a shipment of over 400
laws, valued at 14 ..
Prrsa tables pabllabed in the ColonUl Caardtr we glean a
few agar a. sin lag the prodace of the import Bad export
trade af lb. canary. By CMs wa learn that the total import
far the past la years atood as follows:
It will tbns hf seen that tbe Import trade of JS74 over that
of 173 bad increased by more tbso i'. iter ceut., an enormous
nil. ,'ulatiot. of only 30(1,0110 inhablunts.
. l-nn the coloay for both tbe quirter and tbe
year abow a failing oC. gold and flax being tbe principal
Iteasa, tor raaaorra set forth above. In the Iircember quarter
- .. .t. were alne! at tli while in tbe cor-
r of 1KT1 tbey only reached 773.181. For
1 the follow ing ngarea show' the value of
. f r I"C4 mios
Fraaa taase Scurra it mill be seen tbe total trade of I lie colony
Br 1S74 I mi st lad to tbe large sam of 14,371. 081, ($71, Mi.
(), r al-aat 47 10s per bead of the popu'ation.
The total omaatrty of gold eiported Tr.au New Zealand to
tbe Slat of December last bad reached 7,&Sv.u73 oxs. valued
at l.t.r lf. Y this quantity Anrklaud contributed 830,oU8
oa. . valued at 4,304, 47a. Last year tbe yield f.r tbe colony
fell af frtaa SOf..7 a la 1873. to 376.38 on., the greatest
diBeceoce bring in Otago, where the falling on was more tbso
tST" By the AUa, we obsenre tbst Win. T. Cole
man, Esq , the well-known merchant at San Fran
ciaco, with his family, was booked for tbe Macgreg
or. He Intends going on In the same steamer to
Sydney and thence to Europe and New York.
ty At tbe latest advices, the schooners General
Harney at,d Banner were titling out at San Fran
cisco for otter bunting. Both vessels will report
here, en route to tbelr cruising grounds, during Ibe
next ten days probably.
the two .ear. nam
FORI' OF HinilM I I .
Nettie Merrill. Crane, from La rill rj a. Cbroe :
. . Ip .nrw' S paaai ng.r..
hclir Active, rnsahiws. from Kohala. Chroc : 773
S. Lt Maiiuokawai, Kslaasn, from Walbee. Otrpo:
Ms) Lgs sarar.
Marv Elian, Mana, front Oiionina. furpo : e.l
Rrtrr Luaa, Kaal, from Maalaaa. (ory. . 611 pkg
-uri'. 30 sheet.
r 1 ueoksbi. Clark, from nana Carat : 60 bag
I aw, 17 bgs sugar, i t I 1 a motaeeee, 6 bog..
ceo Jo iiaraM-ngers.
Fcbr l aaah.. Ilopn, from Uilo CBrpo. 1006 pkgl.
eaaa. 37 bidaa.
Mile M.ri., Lima from Molokal. Otrpo : 70
heat 4 hunt. 14 bogs. 4 bag. salt, t bxs fishes,
I dt lay. potatoes 1 hides. 1 goat skins. 10 passen
gers. M Arate. Brown, e.1 dsv. front Newcastle.
i t' rer., Ir-mi CatitllOi. rnepr). ,iO
kg. ssaear, 6 Sjga ptaatoes. 'it hga corn. 1 horae, 100
bide. l goal skin. B) passenger
Scfar odd Fallow. Niks, fnm Eoioa and Walmea,
carepe. SSS pkg. sugar. 884 bag lice. 25 bis wool,
1 as batter, 1 coop chicken, 1 hog, 2 bides, 6 goat
Bohr airy Queen. Pent, from Hanalei. Curpo : 4&i
pkg. aagar. i bidea. 2 hogs 4 passengers,
rtwi kilauea. Marebant. frinn Wlttdward Ports.
Ory : S bead cattle, 171 pkg sugar, 64 be. m
ta'.e art.l runrf-tee.
Wfa Bk Jamea Allen, Eeenan, fnan cruise via Ks
wail.ee, with 162 bbl. sfrm oil.
31 bchr Nettie Merrill. Crane, from lsutaina.
'Ill I M.
24 Mir I rlnce, Back, for Koni and Eau.
bchr I annv. w orth. to cruise.
Ssa-Scbr Nettie Merrill. Crane, for Labalna.
ecbr llattte. Kim... for Nawiliwlli.
bear Manuokawai. Ealaaao. for Lrratlhli.
Jt bchr I all. Eaai. for Maliku.
r-cbr Mary Ellen. Nana, for Hilo.
bchr Activa. Paaahiwa, for Eohola.
07- 1 nkt B earwig Bcbetbnet 1 -r San Fn-'r
S, tmt Kllanea. Marebant. fur W indward Porta.
fVwr laaabl. Rape, for Himikua.
bchr laeokahu Clark, for liana
Pcbr I airy tbaaaa. Peel, for Hobila.
hebr Misr Worris. Lima, f.r Molokai.
Asa bk D. C. Murray, f uller, for Matt Francisco.
Asa wta bk Onward. Ha. e. for crnlras.
- Ka Moi. Power, tor Ksliului.
bchr .aid Fallow, Niks, for Rolos A Wsimea
Hatr Kilaaaa, Marebant, for W Indwa-d forts.
AcciDsnrr. Mr. T. K. Partes, while out gunning
near Ewa last week, bad his band badly injured by
the premature explosion of a cartridge. Dr. McGrcw
drove out and dressed tbe wound, and with care,
tbe injured hand will probably be rendered service
J7J" Among the passengers expected by the
steamer from San Francisco Is tbe Hon. H. A. P.
Carter, Hawaiian Special Commissioner to Wash
ington. There is, however, no certainty of his re
luming so soon, as tbe extra session of the Senate
may have been prolonged beyond expectation.
f3f A method has been discovered for msking
more than tbe nsnal quantity of tea from any given
quantity of tbe leaf, which will interest boose
keepers. Tbe secret consists in steaming the leaf
before steeping. By lUs process fourteen pints of
eood quality may be brewed from one pound of
Scoar arrivals. On Sunday Ibere were brought
Into port 3 589 psckktes of sugar, the Steamer bav
ing bad Ml, the Moi 770, Fairy Queen 459, and the
Odd Fellow 389. Tbe Steamer's cargo was not the
largest ever brought In. Some yesrs ago when the
brig Kamehameha IV. was plying between this port
and Hilo, she carried several cargoes of oyer 3000
E3P An advertisement Is a quiet nnobtrnsive
solicitor that never tails to make itself known.
Curiosity often prompts one to read II, and after
once being read it remains filed In the mind though
apparently forgotten. Do aa yon will, tbe remem
brance comes to a person whether be desires it or
not, and as soon as tbe article advertised is needed
tbe seeker knows where to go.
Ice Mr. Bycrofl's factory has the credit of being
the first, after the temporary suspense of this lux
nry, to supply our citizens, bis Ice cart now making
Its regular daily visits. The article produced la of
excellent quality, and finds a ready demand.
SricirtE. Bob, a Hope Islander, who was import
ed as a laborer some ten years since, and was sen
tenced to imprisonment for stabbing another man,
committed aulcide at the prison on Fridsy of last
week by hanging himself to tbe grating of bis cell.
He had long been thought to be partially insane.
Land Balk. An important marshal's sale of
mortgaged property takes place on Saturday next.
It comprises three valuable dwelling houses and
lsnd on King and Queen streets, and over fifty acres
located in Manoa Valiey, at Waikiki, Moanaln, Arc.
This Is rare chance to secure real estate. See ad
vertisement on editorial page.
Killed bt Lightnixg. During the laat thnnder
storm early in March, a native was riding along the
public road on Kauai, when, becoming frightened
by the frequent flasbea of lightning, be dismounted,
tied bis horse to tree, and sought refuge in a cave.
Wbiletliere. tbe tree was struck by lizbting, which
instantly killed tbe animal. Such casualties are
extremely rare In this group.
Naval Reception. Admiral Almy, Captain Gher
ardi and the Officer of the flagship Pensarol!., held
their first reception on board on Thursday afternoon
of last week. The srrangemenls for tbe occasion
were very complete, but the attendance was quite
limited, owing, perhaps, to its having been Passion
week. The guests who bad the honor of being pre
sent, enjoyed the entertainment very much, the
roomy decks of this fine ship affording ample space
for promenadiog and dancing.
Sematok Astdt JontrsoE. Washington, March 5th.
The crowd in the Senate galleries to-day was lar
ger than at any time since the inauguration , and tbe
floor was also filled. Great anxiety was manifested
to ascertain the location of the seats of Andrew
Johnson and other prominent new Senators. John
son was assigned the seat on the outer row of the
Vice-President Wilson called the Senate to order
at 12 Ka, and after reading the proclamation of the
President, the oath was administered to the new
Senators. Aa Johnaon adraneed to the Clerk's deak
to take the oath there was great applause in the gal
leries, which was soon checked by tbe Vice-President.
After he was sworn in, a large bouquet was handed
him by a page.
At 12:20, on motion of Frelingbuysen, the Senate
took a recess till 1 o'clock.
Immediately Senator Johnson was surrounded by
visitors, and was kept busy shaking hands till the
close of the recess.
Vice-President Wilson, on leaving the Chair, gave
Johnson a cordial greeting.
For an hour after adjournment Senator Johnson
received tbe congratulations of crowds of people who
were unable to call upon him at recess. The crowd
ineluded several hundred people of both sexes. Re
publicans and Democrats, also a number of colored
persons, who congratulated him upon his retain to
Washington under such auspicious eircumstances.
FOR SALE !
Good for Chicken Feed, 4c, e.
Kakaako Salt, per Bag or Ton.
FIREWOOD, of the Best Quality
CTJt tip If ; !
jas. i. DowsnT,
W5 3m Corner Queen ami Fort Street
Bj E. P. ADAMS.
Late Foreign Items.
Naval. The 8. F. Alia of March 6 ajs: "Tbe
United States steamer Beoicia will sbortlj be down
from Mare Island, and will go to northern ports.
Tbe Saranac will also be down soon, and will pro
ceed to Acapulco and Mexican ports. Tbe Ports
mouth wa to leave Honolulu about February 20th
for Mazatlan; while the Peosacola will cruise sround
the Sandwich Islands, or wherever tbe Admiral
13T The mail steamer Mikado will be In on Satnr
or Sunday next, and leave within twelve hours alter
arrival for San Francisco. On her last trip up from
Sydney via Auckland, she came In early on Saturday
morning, and ought to make s good time this trip.
Tbe Mcgtegor my be looked for on Tuesday
or Wednesday of next week from San Francisco
with tbe American and European mails, and San
Francisco dates to about March 30th.
frost Windward Porta, per stair Kilaaea. starch 28 Mrs
f- II liowaett. rapt Wood, f t iron, wife and servant, T 11
Xta.n.. T Mart. J O Tariff, B W Kawalnui and SS deck.
las WtorlwerJ Ports, per ftiur Kilaaea. March 29 Moos
tallica. whV. caiM a servant, Cecil Brown, A Wight, H
Jaaasaa. Mrs Weed aad about at deck.
Tar taa Fvaartaeo. per D. C Murray. March 2 Cant
ssasaaeee s wife Mass a. Frank Fvlva. K M Powers,
Bat K Halt, C tSeiaai. J as Nagler. Mlaa Parker. Ja. 47111.
r lis. 1 ..laa L 0 Tanner. W a Callahan. 11 Fileld, Jas
Wade. Mr eaaolaa. A D Harwnod
or Sac rr.rteco. per Oetmau bk I ukel Brie-aJapt
ueloner. March X7-4.T5 ksa Jagar, 5S3 Paddy. 22 bar.
For rmier. per srb bk Onward. Ospt Hayes, March -1
lilt aaa. t baas beef, t coils Manila rope.
Par Car Prat.rasco, par D C atarray. Ckpt Fuller Mar 9
IZl ksr. f-ufir, U asks Sperm oil, 23 bales Wool. 1" eases
(Mia. St bask, is Coral, KM bocbs Bananas, K 1 bags Rice,
so bales Pala.
SHABKATT - At Makawao. Meat. March 10th, IS7S
rrederrc J. Kb arret t, eon of W. W. and r Bharratt, agad.4
yssrs. 1 tataatL, and 10 days.
ai'SSKLL-Ia that cltv. March 23d. Captain Asxabam
Rca.su. a aeltve of Dartmouth. Mass.. aad a resident of
these kuands f r the past J veara, aged years.
JTDD-AI 1'iwaa. near Hooolalu. March Ma. of rhenina
ten of rhe assart. Atlas Wuxas Jew., aged SS veers and 11
axsitaa. . neurit eon of the late Dr. O P. Judd
ABBIVAU AT HAWA11AS HOTEL :
Kt, . Princess Same. Sen Pran'co.
1a jn I McG'ew. at,. "Ti!:;,r;:"w,r-
Thai W Everett. Laaaiaa. J Ltjtsa,
,22 !. y,Ber:rd.:;o.K..;oko..
V Vitr.iin V "
I U Blake. ClI.i rswbas Ospt fcleenan. Bk 1m Allen.
Aica Cajaob. Now we hear that the
r ufacturni of New Haven, who have just
in Glasgow, Scotland, ana in mam,
have received an order for a barouche from aa Indian
Rajah. It i no new thing for American wagons to
be ordered free France, and England ha required
some, but repeated orders from India, one following
tht other, look toward that axport of manufacture
that has beer hoped. And comparing the light and
wertean vehicle of any style witn its
1 rival, than seems ueh ground for wis
. that it Is fair to expect aa increase. Tbeae
tarns are the seeds for greater mattwr.
SrDDKN Death. George Wadwell, a roan about
forty-five year of age, and who had been em
ployed for tbe past two years at Norton's Tan
nery, near Haikn, on East Maui, was recently
found dead In bis bed. On tbe day previous, de
ceased was seen under tbe Influence of liquor, and
it is thought tbat bis death wasdireclly or indirettly
attributable to lt use. It is said be bas a daughter
living in city or its vicinity.
PnoLinc The latest ention In Baltimore has
been the sudden increase of its population by tbe
birth of quartette sislera. Tbe mother of this inter
esting progeny is Mrs. Halm, an American woman,
about 30 years of age and the wife of a clgir maker, :
whose pecuniary circumstances are bardly equal to
tbe drain on hi purse wbicb this extraordlnsry event
must necessitate. He is said to be q ulte an lntelll- I
gent man, however, and he meana to do tbe best be
ran under this bevy visitation of Providence. All
tbe children are In eonnd health and quite as good
humored as could be expected.
Didn't Want to be Kidnapped. Tbe Boston
TrOHtrripl relate this Incident : " It was In Gsles
vllle. The little fellow bad heard of Cbsrlie Boss,
and didn't mean to bare any snch fuss in bis case.
When a suspicions looking man asked him to ride
he accepted, but when be bad gone as be tboagfat
far enough, be managed to drop bis bat. Not
wiabing to leave ao marked an object to aid possible
pursuers, tbe man alighted to pick it up, and then
tbe little five year-old strategist grasped the reins,
and took a bee Hue for home, where the horse and
buggy still remain, waiting, as are also a couple of
policemen, for tbe owner to call."
Cbablie Rosa. While the search for the missing
boy contlnnes, so much bas been done a to lead ai
readv to a comnilation of statisticilhereancnt, Mr.
Christian K. Roe bat recently nude tbe statement
that there hs been lredy expended $30,000. Com
miasioner have searched from ocean to ocean ; 70,
000 circular have been issued ; printing and photo
graphing have cost (8,000 ; a co-p of clerk have
been employed In thecorreepondtnee; 200 bands of
gipale have been searched ; 600 Charlie Rosses have
been reported, and fully five hundred persons have
been engaged In tbe search. Tbe Inability to know
bis exact (ale is certainly one of the moat mysterious
and harrowing of circumstances.
Almond Trees. In our California exchange, we
observe that the cultivation of almond is succeed
ing beyond expectation. A Sects Barbara paper
says tbat a gentleman in tbat viciuity, ha an orchard
from which he bat gathered over five ton of almonds
of the soft bell or Languedoc variety. His tree
commenced bearing when two year old, aod are
now but four year old. The third yeartbe average
yield to tbe tree was about five pound. Two row
in the orchard, covering ground equivalent to two
acre, that received great care In planting and pe
cial culture, produced 3000 pounds of dried almonds.
This yield at tbe wboleaale San Francisco market
price for the soft ahell almonds, will give about $330
per acre, after paying all expense ol tbe yeart cul
ture, gathering, sacking and marketing. Thorough
cultivation is required for the almond, and tbe trees
should be at leatt twenty feet apart each way.
Borne yean ago, several lot of almond need
were Imported here from California tor planting.
We would like to Inqnlre whether any of onr read
er hare tnceeeded in rawing tree, or know of any
growing We aee no good reason why this nut
sbonld not do aa well here as In Lower California.
The best varietie are the Ungnedoc and the 1 nn
cess Languedoc, the latter being preferred a yield
ing a larger fruit and more prolific.
F! ro TrmpU, the famous trotter, is still alive and
thirty years old.
Tbe prevailing destitution in New York ia greater
than for the last 30 years.
Fisk'a New York Rrand Opera House is to be soon
transformed into a fashionable hotel.
The net proceeds in the U. S. Treasury from cot
ton seiied in the South just after the war i$4,8S6,672.
Pneumonia is the prevailing disease in all the
Eastern States, and the death list exceed tbat of all
previous years in many places.
It ia the ciear conviction of The Baltt'morr Gazttte
that the Democracy will not take its next candidate
for the Presidency from New York State.
Tbe Japanese Minister at Washington is rejoicing
over the birth of a daughter, the first child of Japa
nese parents born in this country.
A decree bas been issued by tbe German Govern
ment prohibiting the exportation of horses advertised
for bj France.
The United Kingdom Grand steeple chase at Croy
don, England, yesterday, was won by Lancet, St.
Aa6ia second. Belle third.
Archbishop Manning has received a summons from
the Pope to go to Rome. It is authoritatively said
that he is to be made a Cardinal.
John Mitcbel has been renominated for Psrlisment
for Tipperary. Moore, Conservative, will contest tbe
scat. Tbe election takes place on the 7th of March.
A London dispatch from Berlin says it is reported
tbat the German Government has demanded the dii
missal of the Papal Nuncio at Munich and cessation
of relations between the Vatican and Bavaria.
In consequence of tbe Pope'a last Encyclical, the
Government has introduced into tbs Prussian Cham
ber of Deputies a bill for withdrawing state rights
from the Catholic clergy, and providing for their
restoration only to those Bishops who bind them
selves by formal documents thereto.
Tbe Frankisg Privilege Restored. The virtual
restoration of the franking privilege, so far as mem
bers of Congress are concerned, is already beginning
co tell on the business of the Post Office. Tbe bill
had scarcely passed when public documents and agri
cultural seeds came pouring into the office for trans
mission to Congressional constituents.
Tee Relioiocs Trodiles in Mexico. City of
Mexico, February 15th. The religious troubles in
Acapulco, which reiulted some time ago in the expul
sion of Sisters of Charity from that country are in
creasing. It ia stated that the Government has is
sued orders directing tbe troops to proceed against
all persons accused of instigating disturbances.
Rev. John Forwards of the American Board of
Foreign Missions, arrived here on Wednesday, on his
way west to take the place of Rev. C. M. Stephens,
of the Board, who was assassinated in March, of last
year. The Priest who was acoused of complicity in
the murder was tried and acquitted. Tbe contro
versy over religious troubles has extended to the
press, where it waxes very warm.
The Tro.it a" f'nion (Catholic) says one of the orror
of the Liberal party is to seek, by hatred of Catholic
ism, to extinguish completely the religious senti
ments of tbe masses. Protestsntism as well as Catho
licism, does not admit of free thought.
On the other hand, the 7Vo Republic (Liberal), in
speaking of the Liberals, says that while they tear
down the influence of the Catholic Church they do
nothing toward building up any other religion.
Tbe New Soctb Wales Minktbt. The principal
event of the week is the accession to office of a new
Ministry. In the Assembly and the Council, on the
9th instant, it was announced that Mr. Robertson
had succeeded in forming a new administration, and
that it consisted of tbe following gentlemen, via:
Colonial Secretary, Mr. John Robertson ; Colonial
Treasurer. Mr. William Porster : Minister for Lands,
Mr. Thomas Garrett; Miniater for Works, Mr. John
Lackey ,- Miniater for Mines, Mr. John Lucas ; Post-master-General,
Mr. J. F. Bums ; Attorney -General,
Mr. W. B. Dalley ; Minister for Justice and Public
Education, Mr. Joseph Docker.
The English December mail, via California, was
delivered at Sydney considerably under contract
time, the passage of the Mikado from San Francisco
being performed in less than thirty days, inclusive of
the de'our to Auckland, and other incidental delays.
Had equally good time been kept on the Atlantic side
we should have had English advices in less than 47
days. Most satisfactory results were also accom
plished by the new steamer Brisbane of the Torres
Straits line. Sydney papwr.
Henry Ward Beecher, in his lecture-room talk,
touched on the scandal. In substance, aa follows ;
" For thirty years I have preached to yon, and have
tried to expound the Word of God to you. In my
old age my Father has seen fit to afflict me with sev
eral prolonged trials. I am not half so anxious
about the result of this trial as that I shall lire dur
ing its continuance and after its termination , and I
pray that my example may be that of a trusting, pa
tient follower of Christ Jesus : and I pray that your
many prayers may be answered, simply tbat I may
be known to men as a Christian." The termination
of his invoeation was : " Help us to live that we may
be able to say, 'Thy will be done' 'Thou art with
us who can be against us?'"
TUT nAlF-TEARLY WATER RATES psiy.
able in advance fmn. the 1st of Jannarv, 175. to the
1st of Joly, ISTe, being stow fine, all parties who have
not pel ! el their rates, are requested to call at my OflVce
and aeuie up. previous to the 1st (lay of APRIL NEXT.
All anpaklcl Water Rate., at that date, will be liable to
be stopped off vrlthoot further notice.
Water Office, foot nf Nuoanu SL Sup. Water Work.
Honolulu. March 25, U7&. ' '.'',t
For Portland, Oregon.
THK fast sailing bark
Jane A. Falkinburg,
J. A. browx. masts: it
Will Sail the First Week in April
For Preiicbt mnd Painace. apply to
SM CAKTL.R A COOKE. AffrnU.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The As 8. . o.'s Fine Steamship
WE HAVE, TO-DAY
MIK. AD O
CAPTAIS F. -lOORE,
WILL SAIL for SAN FRANCISCO
Oia or alio nt April 4th.
foi. Freight and Fwawaujee. or any further Infor
mation, apply to
at BREWER CO.. f nts.
J For Sydney, N. S. W.
The As S. X. Co's Fine Steamship
IVI ACCREG OR !
H. 0RA1N0EE, C0MMANDEH,
WILL SAIL for SYDNEY, N. S. W.
Oat or about April 10th.
to Sydney, New
StaT For Freljcnt untl Pnasnjeo
tf-.ilaiid afi.1 Melbourne. app,v to
524 f. BREWER A Co,
FORT STREET STORE
MB. 0. W. F00LE, Manager.
A. S. CLECHORN & Co.
THE FINE IRON
VERY FILL ASSORTMENT
OAHU PACKET !
For Waialua and Koolauloa!
THE CLIPPER SLOOP
Kl tl.OIHM I. MASTER.
WILL HAVE REGULAR DISPATCH,
On and after Monday, March 6tn,
CALLING AT THE PORTS OF
Freights and Passage at the Lowest Pos
"Man J, i. DOWNETT.
FOR KOLOA AND WAIMEA
Hoi. I. is. MAHTKR-
Wki have reffulnr dUpaitrh for the above named Porta,
no and after the .1th of November next, until further notice,
Kri'lRht and I'aiwafre taken at the Lowettt Rates.
gj BOLLEH A CO.. Ay-nta.
TIME T TtT .Tel
By Order of Messrs. H. HACKFELD & Co
At their NEW STORE,
Corner Fort and Qaeen sts., Commencing;
WEDNESDAY, March 31,
AT TEN O'CLOCK, A. M.
A Complete Assortment of
JCST RECEIVED EX BARK KA MOI
And Late Arrivals, consisting in part of
White Cottons, Blue Cottons,
Horrocks' A & B Long Cloth,
Heavv Blue Denims
Heavy Striped Denims and Striped Ticking,
Victoria Lawn, Moequito Netting,
Veil Barege, Mosquito Netting,
Linen Sheeting, Cotton Sheeting,
Lining Canvaa, Silesias, Hair Cloth,
Wool Blankets, Black Cobonrgs, Silk Alpaca,
French Merino, Burlaps, Crash, Bunting,
FineWoolen Shawls; Ladies' White Stockings
Men's Socks, Victoria Pants,
Calico Shirts. Hickory Shirts, Linen Shirts,
Flannel Shirts, Merino Undershirts,
Black and Col'd Cravats and Ties,
Silk Umbrellas, Spool Thread,
Silk Corah Hdkfs., Ladies' Cotton Hdkfs,
Turkey Red and Yellow Hdkfs,
Dressing Combs, Ivory Tooth Combe,
Brooches and Ear-rings, Hair Ornaments,
Sets Amber Jewelry, Accord eons,
Fancy Bead Work, Genuine Lnbin Extracts,
Cologne Water, Macassar Oil, Fancy Soaps,
Fine Pocket Knives, Apron Scissors,
Tinn'd Spoons, Charcoal Irons,
Galvanized Washing Tubs, Galvanized Pails
Lanterns, Slop Buckets, Horse Rope,
American Axes, Handled,
Hogskin Seat Saddles,
Devoe's Brilliant Kerosene Oil!
Swedish Safety Lamps,
HAVANA AND GERMAN CIGARS,
A few American Clocks,
BT C. 8. BARTOW.
At ! a rf C. sr. lis .
ON THURSDAY, I : : APSE 1st,
At 10 e'elaek A. M-,vl!l ass ataM
A SELECTION of DRY GOODS
LOT OF FURNITURE,
1 Brass Doable Bedstead,
Tables, Pine Bedsteads.
flair aad StrasT aTsHs Crib.
LOT OF TIN WARE I
Refrigerator, Pictures, Bath Tab,
And a Variety of Other rtUla.
C. 5. BARTOW.
01? TUESDAY. APRIL 6th,
At 10 flora. A. at sMesj Si nam,
Trm be Soli
RETAIL MILLINER'S STOCK
or Mr. k Mrs. MeDragill.
C. 8. BARTOW, Asw'r.
Crushed Sugar, Batty's Pickles,
Westphalia Hams, Raisins in hf. & qr. boxes,
Sultana Raisins, Oregon Flour,
Split Peas, Pearl Sago, Potted Meats,
Sardines, in hf. & qr. boxes,
German Sausage in tins, Kits Salmon Bellies
Salmon in 1 and 21b. cans,
Canned Beef, Beef Tongues,
Pilot Bread, &c, &c.
Oats and Bran,
H. HACKFELD i CO.
Offer for Sale
The Following Goods,
PER HAWAIIAN BARS RA MOI
From Bremen !
GREAT CARE FOR THIS MARKET!
FINE PRINTS OK FAVORITE AND
BROWN AND WHITE COTTONS, DENIMS,
WOOLLENS, LINENS, VELVET RUGS,
SILKS. LACES. HABERDASHFRY,
MUSLINS, BATISTES, 4c, 4c, 4c.
Bagging, Saddles and Canvas.
Toys, Books, Piano Fortes!
: : MASTER.
ar On Down Trips the 8teampr will not leave Makena
an til 7 a.m. or later ; and Maalaea Bay until 9 li, or later.
Rates of Pa8ag;e will be
To or from Kan nak ale al. Molokai. .ftA.OO
To or from l-ahalna, Mui.l -,- ,- n.oo
To or from Maalae. Maul 7.0
To or from Makena, MaoL s.oo
To or from Mahnkona, Hawaii .10.00
To or from Kawalbae, Hawaii .... .. ..... IO.OO
To or from Kallua, Hawaii IO.OO
To or from Kaawaloa, Hawaii IO.OO
To or from Hilo. Hawaii 12-50
To or from httu Coast, Hawaii l.l.OO
Circuit of Hawaii, Roand Trip 22.0O
To or from any Port on Kauai. m - - H.00
Circuit of Kauai, Bound Trip , 12.00
Deck paaaaffe for natives only -ir.,-- r- 2.00
tew lVo Credit Iter PsMAre Money. ""
Tickets at the office only.
N berth will be considered aa taken until paid for. Not
responsible for unmarked Baggage or any Freight or Par
cels unless receipted fur.
Freight Money Dae on Demand,
SAMUEL O. WILDER, .fenta
Office with Wilder A Co., corner of Port A Queen Htreet
ALES, WINES AND
Brandy in cases,
Oennine Holland Gin, in cases and BasketB,
Claret, Rhine Wine, Sparkling Hock,
Bitters, Seltzer Water.
Jeffrey's Ale and Porter, qte. and pts.
German Ale, quarts and pints,
Lager Beer, quarts and pints,
Norwegian Ale, quarts and pints,
And a Wren Variety of other Arll
clea. Groceries and Liquors will be offered on tbe
Becond day of sale at half-past 12 o'clock.
TERMS AT SALE.
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
ON I IIMW ABOIT 30.000 HAWAIIAN
WOHUd, with Enaltsti slfnlncatton, and
An English - Hawaiian Vocabulary,
FOB CHICKD FEED For Bale by
nm a. scyrER.
Watch Lost or Stolen.
nratixe tiff rfti k pamaue of
the Steamer Kilaaea, March 21. a Haadnar Case
81LVKR WATCIi was either lost or stolen from tbe Ua-
darsaTDed. Tbe watch was In a valise, and In ovr rhanllne
the same daring the trip It Is supposed It dropped oat ac
cidentally aod aome one picked the watch op. On tbe
Inside of the oase, (back), the maker's name la enarared
" Koffncr, Hoafkonc" Any person finding and returning
the same to tbe Store of Meter. Atone- A Achuck, will
receive s suitable reward. W. 8. AK ANA.
Hooolalu, March :7th, 1STS. ;5 2r
Bass' Ale, Blood'a At and Porter,
Tennent'a Ala, Ind Coopo A Co.' Ala,
Martell's, Hennessey's, and Robin's Brands
Winea and Spirit,
English Soap, Earthenware, Glanware,
Pipei, Furniture, Paint, Oil,
BRASS AND IRON BEDSTEADS
Portland Cement, Corrugated Iron, Hoop Iron,
Fencing Wira, Hollow-ware,
BEST WELSH STEAM COAL,
FOUNTAIN SALOON RESTAURANT !
J. W. CBOWELL, Pbopbktok,
No. 65 Fort street, opposite H. L. Chase's
Lunch t lee Cream Room for Ladles.
WESTON'S PATENT CENTRIFUGALS!
With improved Wrought Iron Monitor Cas
ings, Explosion Proof,
NOW ON VIEW.
THEO. H. DAVIES.
California l ime,
For sale bj BOLLES A CO.
THE OEHtTIJCE ARTICLE For Hale by
to BOLUS at CO
ENGLISH IRON-STOCK ANCHORS WEIGHT
from 100 lbs. to 4000 lbs. Por sale by
6 BOLLES k CO.
American Mess Beef, in Bond.
HAIX LOT tor sal 1)7
BOLLES at CO.
THE ROYAL PROGRESS
KING EALAEAUA 1
A Full Report of His Visit, Comments
of the Press, and various other
with the Event,
IS NOW IN COURSE OF PREPARA
TION and will ba published in pamphlet form,
of about 100 page, a soon after bis arrival home aa
SOLD ONLY BT SUBSCRIPTION.
Subscription will be received by the undersigned.
5J3 2a H. M. WHITNEY. Publisher.
CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE OF HISTORICAL
BY I.OKKIX ANDREWS.
pRtrr J Boand In Sheep..
rmivm, rjoo,,,, ln Hmlf Morocco...
For Sale by
H 51. WHITNEY.
Thit Valuable Witk can bt obtained of
Messrs. Turns Kl: at CO., Paternoster Bow, London.
Messrs. BARNES A CO., John Street. New York.
Messrs. BANCROFT at CO., San Francisco.
Also, for Hale,
ITawallan and Enirllah I'll rase Book SO SO
Hawaiian urasnmar .a 1 oc
CASES PEACHES, I'F.ARN.
Calf Quinces. Cases Qutocea,
Case O rapes. Casta Plums,
7 BOLLES at 00
From Boston Direct !
AWREXCE ( OTTOS DICK-Nos. TO S
10 to B fett.
Best Quality Ash Oars,
For Sale by
BOI.LEH 4 CO.
Hawaiian Mess Beef,
IJtl Kr.n BT H. BKRTI.EM AN , AND
JB nAKi:.i.Mi. r or Bale or
1 aVXXatS CO.
i i i a i i
B0LLE8 A CO,
LINE, Ae. For sale by
Something New for the Girls!
Gold and Silver Perforated Card Board
Gold and Silver Paper,
White Perforated Card Board.
res sans j
911 lm EL M. WHl'lHET.
Canned Meats, Frniti and Vegetables.
A FILL ASSORTMENT OP THE
abore, direct from the packer. Por Sale by
Hi BOLLES A CO.
Star Copper Paint,
(: BOLLES A CO.
WH GALLON AND HALF GALLON CANS.
ML For SkUa By
Fresh Split Peas,
PER Ml BRAT, FOB SALE BT
M0 BOLLES A CO.
IZES FROM 5-8 TO 1 5-8 INCH. SMALL
Chain in quantities to suit. Por sale bj
BOLLES A CO.
20,000 C h i nese Fire Bricks
IBM R.IVKD PEE BARM. EDWIN JARKS
For eale by
BOLLES at CO.
ASSORTED SIZES, PUT DP IN CART00X8,
aad warranted tbe genuine article.
For sale bj () BOLLES A CO.
OF EVERT DESCRIPTION
Executed at this Office.
DEEP PINK PRINTS, LARUE PAT
TERNS, Assortment Fancy Print, new style.
White Ground Prints,
Black and White Prints, French Muslins,
Hearj Bin Denims, plain aad striped,
Blue and White Striped Ticking,
Brown Cottons, assorted qualities.
Blue Cotton, White Cotton,
Uorrockses White Long Cloth, A aad B, JS assk
and 32 inch wide.
Linen Sheeting. 71, 82, 90 and !00 inches wide.
Cotton Sheeting, S3, 72, 30 and 0 Inches wlda.
Victoria Lawns, 7-jrard piece, assorted qualiti,
Indigo Blue Flannel, Black Silk Alpacas,
Black Cobourgs, tin and medium,
Scotoh Waterproof Tweeds, all colors.
Silk Corah Handkerchiefs,
Turkey Red and Tallow Cotton HandkaTehirij,
Ladies' Cotton Handkerchiefs,
Assorted Cotton Stocking aad Sock,
Linen Thread assorted,
Black and Colored Silk Neckties, saw style.
Mankey Jackets, assorted qualities,
Heary Woolen Blanket, Scarlet, Orange-. Bios
Fancy Flannel Shirt. Linen Shirts, Cotton do.
Merino Finish Underahirt, Cotton Undershirts.
Assorted Burlaps, French Calfskins,
Oennine Ean de Cologne,
Macassar Hair Oil, Lubia's Extracts,
Pin India Rubber Dressing Combs,
Fin Woolen Shawl and Trareling Plaid.
Pin nd Common Pea and Pockat Knire,
Fine Steel Seiasora, Common Seiaaora,
Tinned Spur oa Card, Iron Teakettles,
Galraaiied Pails, 10 and 12 inch.
Galranixed Washing Tubs,
Perforated Metal for Centrifugal Machine,
Charcoal Box Iron,
Bright Fencing Wire, No. 4, 5 aod S,
Pull Assorts 't of Beat Reined English Bar Iras,
Muntx' Tellow Metal Sheathing, aad Composi
tion Nails, Block Tin,
Oalranixed Iron Pipe, Hoop Iron.
Porous Water Monkeys, Pressed Tumbler,
Cat Pcrter Glasses.
Hubbuek's Patent White Ziae Paint,
Bnbhuck's Patent Whit Lead Paint,
Hubbuek's Pal Boiled Liasaad Oil,
Black Paint, Pari Green, Red Lead.
Caustic Soda, Bast Lagoa Pala Oil.
A large Assortment of
German, English and French Groceries
Liebig'a Extract of Mast.
Stearin Candles, 4, &, aad 6 to a pound.
Castor Oil, in tin and glM,
Epsoaa Salt ia balk and box.
Neit of Trunk, Birch Brooms,
Wrapping Paper, Market Basketa,
Assortment of Blank Book.
Press Copy Book. Shipping Reoe.pt Book.
Assorted sites Hon Rope, Hemp PmUsb,
Sponynrn. Flag Line, Log Lin,
Marline aad Housing,
Swedish Safety Matches,
Dotoo's Kerosene Oil, ia patent eaaa.
Heidsieck A Co'f Champagne, ia o4( aad pt.
Rninart Per A Pile' Chatapagao, Ao. do.
Sparkling Hook, in quarts aad pints.
Oaasisa Holland Oia, ia jag aad baskets.
Genuine Holland Gia. la rials, green Box,
Boutelleaa se Co. 'a Bread y, ia glass, 1 to 4
Boatallaaa A Co.' Brandy, la taaki,
German Al aad Lager Bier, ia qts. aad pt.
Jeffrey's Edinburgh Al aad Stoat, qt sad pa.
Assorted Clarets, Tory fla to common,
Liibfnnen milch A LaabeakaisMT Rhine Win.
Small aasurtssaofe of Hungarian Wutee,
Bitten, AUoUl la 1 gal. dastijohaa, M par i
German aad Haraaa Cigar.
Fir Clay, Coal Tar, Stockholm Tar,
Empty Petroleum Birrail fr Tallosi riaataiaia.
Oak Boat for Coaatan,
It.. Etc., Eta., St.,
Etc., St., Etc.,
TV abors speisd Good, teasatkar wiaa a wast
aortd Stock now aa kind x reeoet arrival, aaa
latjssss (or sale ia qaao tides to salt the trade.
Bar- Order Crea aa etaer UaaaV AUad at lowest