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Trrpenl fur II,. Ilasraaanrtalrlte.
liMraliM. Sew Zealand anri (nlifornia Mail SteaersScfcfiie for 1S75.
Otv of Melbourne
January-. . .
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FROM 8TP!OtT TO Salt FBAKCBOO.
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KKTfRX TRIP FROM K. P. T) BYDXEY.
Arr. at S. Fran Ltjr San fran
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MM en Francisco Immediately on the arr: va of the nulla from London.
iSi.v.' named teamer uavr been chart-red for wren months ; and In cat
perceded In August or September by new and superior boata.
' a Tiem line tn lmtmranited
RT" A letter from Charles Brewer, Esq , of Bos
ton, report the death of Mr. Sherman Peck, for
merly of this city. It occurred March 3d.
iy The band of the Pensacola gire an open-air
concert on Tuesday evenine, being the third of a
very pleasant aeries of popular entertainments, at
the Hawaiian Hotel.
rrProf. Harkncss, who bad charge of the Tran
sit of Venus observations in Australia for the Amer
ican Government, arrived In the steamer Mikado,
homeward bonnd, and will remain here about one
month, visiting the volcano during bis stay.
In cUrulsMur. the time when the "learners win iw one at mis port an 1 at San Franetseo. an allowance of two dan
. ... port and Kydncj and ol on. oai hrltm Uil port and Man Franrh, la made for Ui- superior afared of the
.. , ,,f M ibnome" and Mikado."
Paasci of the Hoes for tfce Month of April, 186
raaraaaa av MM. aKiiarf.
HOKOLULU MF.AS T1M.
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1st Pun Rises i a? aai San Sets
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HOKOLVLC, JPSTL 7. 1S76.
Thf mml! -niD-r Mfc-)-. rr.T.xl on BlurdT duttiIbj
lint. f-Hli l -r r.c9luml protnptnt-, 30 day fnun r-ydDey
Tia A-wkUt.d ; bot hmlnt nnmtr of cmm of tDtwlM on
tani. it wm draoirsi j.mder.1 to pr-ent fw comoiiit.ic-tioti
l,. tPn tb-nhip Mid wliore. Non tl.tirrfiirs- ww -allow-
wir. -.t wbm -but'lutrty pbmitt to rnmh hr to titart
vttboat nv frxtr detentlot.. Sbe hd but one iM-sngr-r utd
.mall frc-lrbit lift for tbw port. 8ngm n roport-) T-ry
i)fs-r-awd ml tbc -rinclm. clouil centers, nnd with no Im-n,4-Ui-
pri-pct of adruicc.
Tlw Ao iv-r i-nv-n.l IUro4y tiM Iwn oor only arrirtl tb
natt wet-k fnun Jn PrtAOCi-co. 8be bn-nffbt bat little cwr
f.rr .hi-ptac-i, -vtxl will ptxw-ed In few dy for crnw
1 -he f,T tli'-runl Apinl, owned by Mr C J Lmg. re-lani'-d
fnmi m tmdln: voyaire on Fun day lt. Iler coroantit
oil, autne 6,000 (alia., ytwiUy t nncUon for Jc per
pall .n cn-b Parcbaaed by Maam. Bchaefer A Co-
Tbe pcbwiiim OooU Templar In about loaded for San Frun
ciaco. Mid ill aail in a dy or two.
Barkentinc J. A. FalkinborR in also nearly loarled f..r rort
Und, and Will aail n tbe arriral -f tbe t-cbntiner Mary Ellen.
Tli- mail -teen Ft MacgTngor ii dne from tan Franciaco In
ail tbtf week, and will proceed on to Auckland and Sydney,
a MM ft" 'er Inward freigbt it diacbargd, end outward
f . tak. n on board.
Brif J li Ford wmn beiog loeded at Itte-rt ed t Icee fetMJ Pen
FratK-ieru kf Meeere. Biancbard, Villim A Co., for lb if
ort. and will be dae in all neat week, with aborted carwo.
Bark Mai:ie Merlray will load wltb deapatcb for Portland.
We call Ktteniion to tbe qnartcrly itatement of C i-te-r-tr
intral fiwn boluw, ebowlng tbe ptodncc export for
Uk jMMt tbrxe monLbi.
Oor adeiree from Kan FmiOeco are to March 16. From
Oil oamajn I ' column uf the MMJ LeUrr, we extract tbe
followinK crucian nr?iew of tb BOgar market and rate of
doty M ettxar :
A rtamrdt our leading tTtaplee, ooffe, eucar and team, we
mxy remark that tbe fimt and laet remain upon the free liet.
and will f..- anotbi-r year at leant be allowed to enter free oi
Out . But uirar. on tbe contrary, bme bad a H jwr mA ad
diUooal tax levied ao that, under tbe prenl law, -ur-not
abort No, i Ihitcb etatKlard pay &c. per pound. from
that down to lew than S 1 6c. for engar not abore Ka 7
Irntch standard. Melado now pay- a duty of 1 per iound,
MdmiiU.6.wpeT gallon. The reciprocity treaty with
Hawaii to tiow before the IX 8. Senate at Waebi ngton. There
i much opi-oeition to the propoaed treaty by our sugar refln
n. yet all would yield tbeir aaeent to ita pamge proelded
thai no angar orer No. 13 Mutch standard woahl be allowed
to ootue In duty free. This railing would deprive, ut of all
Hawaiian jcrooary grade, and give to the refiners a virtual
motioHy l all Yellow Coffee Pugan other than that import
ed frtm other countries at high rates of duties, M will be seen
by the scb-dule annexed, clipped from an Ea-tern paper.
Tli- Halt tm ire people, who opposed tlie sugar section of tbe
tax bill made tbe figure tbe basis of tbeir argument against
'oit'r of 11001, i i,i
Mcb 31 Scbr NeUle Marrill. Crane, fnun bxhatna. Girpo
MM pkgs sugar. 1 b.-rse. lo paawencecs.
Am bk Mattff n !(, Walter, from Portland.
Apr 1 Schr Katiisile. Bollm, from Koloa and Watmea. Ckr
90. 30U pkgi sugar, 25 bbls beef, 1 canoe. 7 paa
sengura. Bchr Annie, flenele, from Kmi and Kan. Qiryo :
SO bis pulu. 7A ksra susrsr. 12 bbU molasses, 1 bdl
goat skins, lu pass-ugers.
2 Srlr Msnnokawai, Kalauao, from I.nmahai. Cargo :
IW tskgs rare.
Sip Ijifr Yankee, KeaJohanui. from Waialua. Car
go: H! bg He. X bf9 potatoes. 2 coop cliickeos.
S Scbr 1 1st 1 1-, Kimo, from Nawiliwili. Cbrjro; 613 kgs
sugar. 1 passenger.
Am scbr General Harney, Tripp, 16 days from San
Br stmr Hikaalo. Monro, ZI dar from Sydney.
Slmr Kilanea, Marcbant, from Windward Porta.
Cargo; i bd cattle. 29T krs snxar. 15 rli leather.
2S Ixlls gnat skins. 15 bgs .fiflee, 12 trait fnucun,
6 horses, li bogs, .it tg potsb-ea, X'J horns, 2LSJ0
ft k.aft lumber. 10 bbls tallow, 106 bidea.
Schr Waiola. Ahntliala. from Naliko. Cargo : 253
ks suirar, 12 rls leather.
4 S l.r GiotauDi Apianni. It irrity. from cruise.
Srhr Active, Puaahiwa, fmsu Kobala. Otrgo: 900
kgs sugar, IS hides. 1 bid tallow.
6 Scbr Odd Fellow. Ads, fnan Kohsx and Waimea.
Cargo: 4T6 pkgs sugar. 6 bbl terf, 3 bx chicken,
V hisrs, 22b bgs rice. 15 pasaeagera.
Am Vt sh St Gecge, Knowles, from cruise, with 45
bbls sperm oil.
6 Scbr Kamoi. Pnwers, frnm KahuluL Cargo; 164
pkgs sugar. 3 passengers.
Mcb 31 Am wb bk James Allen, Keen.no, f r Arctic
Apr 1 Scbr Nettie Merrill, Crane, for Lahsina.
Srhr Annie, llenele, for Koua and Kan.
Scbr Slanookawai, Katauao, for Kabului.
Br stmr Mikado. Moure, fir San Francisco,
6 Stmr Kilauea, Marrhsnt, f Ksual.
Schr Kamaile. Bollea, fur Kolou and Waimea,
Scbr Hattie, Ktmn. for Nawlliwitl.
7 Schr (tsld Fellow. Nfka, for K0I01 and Waimea,
Schr Active, Puaahiwa, for Kobala.
Colonial Postal Arrangements By tbe mall
joal in from Sydney we learn thAt the Hon. J. F.
Hums. PiMtmaster General of NcwSoatb Wales, boa
made an 4jTccmvul avltb tbc Postmaster General of
Victoria, subject to ratification by tbc two Govcrn
mcnta, respcctinfcr tbe mail service. They propose
to make tbc Sacz and tbe dan Francisco services al
ternate as early as possible, Victoria will plve every
facility In ber power for tbc rapid transmission
of the Soez mails Irom Melbourne to Sydney, over
land or coastwise, as Sew South Wales may choose,
and corresponding facilities are to be afforded to
Melbourne by Sydney. The Postmasters have far
ther agree .I to establish a telegraphic money order
system between the two colonies; and to approve
of arrangements for signalling vessels at Gabo Island.
Hieriaw or the American Transit of Venus Party
In Kerrnelen Land.
Paris , March Ptn. The following despatch baa
been received here this afternoon :
Table Bat, Cape Good Hope, February 11th.
Tbe steamship MonngiiheTa, which has just arrived
here, brings newt from the Amertean Scientific Ex
pedition loemted at Kergueleu Land for the purpose
of observing the transit of Veens. The despatch
received from the astronomers bears date of January
1 1 to, and announces that in their (abort in observing
the planet's track on December 9th the scientists
were eminently successful; the weather was very
favorable considering the state of the weather on
Desolate Island. English and French parties station
ed there for tbe same purpose, were also successful
in observing the phenomena : several excellent pho.
togrmphs of tbe sun at periods of planet's contacts
were obtained ; all the instruments of the Americans
worked with great ?atifaction.
tif the bill. The i nsresso. duty off M i-r
mat lasted 3ii frugar, m hi and melado, as in-r Uouse bill,
results as f allows :
Fomter. Iurrnaw. New.
ft eta. 1 'ix
50 00 - 1
Report or Stehbr Mikaoo. On Saturday tbe 13th of
March, at 1:4.". r. v . the Australasian Steam Navigation
Company 's Royal Mail Steamer Mikad-. . Moore, q., dan
mander, took her departure from Sydney en nsate for San
Francisco via Auckland and Hounluln. She cleared Sydney
Reads at 3 r. St. and exiterienred fine weather thronchut.
The run across to Auckland was aroompliobed In MH days
and 20 hours. Arririoj; there on Thursday tbt- lth nlto. at
noon, tbirty-elx hours before contract time. Uischarped pas
aengers, malls and cargo and was to leave on the following
day the lVth. but was prevented by a heavy gale of wind
from the north. In which after aeveral attempts, found it im
possible to awar fr in tbe wharf without danger. On the
20th at 6:30 a. St., pilot abjard and lefl Auckland IsT ..no
lulu, 8 a. Discharged pilot at noon, the Great Barrier was
alsoara. Wind KW with strong breetes and squally. Ttirongh
the region or the SB trades, experienced stnng hrtn-xes frtsn
tbs I with head sea. The same wind, prevailed during the
entire passage bi Honolulu. On the 23d at 10 k. janmed
Boa Island disunt 10 miles. On tbe 25th at S:30 a. a. Island
of Opolu abeani distant 2 miles. On Sunday the 2-th at 10
p. St., the equator was crossed in long. 166 30 W. From tin
date to lioolnla bad strong breezes from NE to NNE. with
heavy squalls. At C a. St. on tbe 3rd April, sighted the Inl
and of Oahu ahead. At 10.&0 a. h. received .. ; on board,
and arrived at Uouolulu at 1:30 T. At.
R. Y. OaAtixai, Purser.
Death of a Hawaiian Stuuest. Mr. Edward
Fletcher Bishop, son of Rev. S. R. Bishop, died at
Amherst collepe, Mass. on Saturday February 27.
lie was born at these Islands, and went to (be Uni
ted States three years since to complete bis educa
tion, and on entering college Immediately took a
high rank for scholarship In every branch, bat es
pecially Id botany and chemistry, which appear to
have been bis favorite studies. By tbe last rosillct
tcrs reported him seriously sick, and bis disease ter
minated fatally on tbe 27th of February. We clip
tbe following notice of bis death from tbe Lotion
Journal of March 4 :
Edward F. Bishop, a member of tbe junior class at
AnibcrM, died on Saturday morning. His home was
In the Sandwich Inlands, and none of his family are
in this country. Prominent in the class and of a
noble disposition, he wss bitrhly esteemed by all
who knew him, and bis death casts a gloom over the
IVewYork, March lth. The Sua this morning
has the annexed report : News reaches us of the ootn
mifsion of another f these outrages in Cuba which
shock humanity and almost stagger belief. The re
port referred to, which is embodied in a letter re
ceived by a Spanish h ine in this city, i- that twenty
two young men of Cohan birth, resident! of Cien
faegas, had been arretted in tbeir homes in that city
by volunteers, ard without even tho farce of trial
were shot outside tbe walls.
KOLOA AND WAIMEA !
K JIl. ML A I L E !
WB have regular dUpatrh for the above named Porta.
no and after the 5th of November next, until rartber notice,
Freight and Iafnage taken at the lowest Rates.
512 BOLLES CO., Agenta.
"T-JKriTF R EAH, IT HAS on r. to the- Knowl-
estgi of tbe nndemtgned that certain parties To
la Known, have maJJcwosJr circulated a report, to toe
eiTert thai the Schooner Hniiinile adYfrtlaed Mire
gular packet between Ilonoluin and the porta of Koloa
ami WnirncH Kanal. is about lodiscontlnue herresra
lar trips to the above named porta ; now we deture that It
be dlstlnctlv understood, that tbe said Schooner la under a
coiitrurt with the holoa riunuttlon to mn regularly for the
term of one year from tbe first November, 1874, and that
she will .uvordnirTiy continue to ran to tbe Porta of Koloa
aad Ualmeawaaailvcrtlsed, tmrrluar arrlilenta
We hereby caution the authors of tbe above rep. .rta, that
they will r' held IMpaBHaMj f..r all loan or oauuure isult
ina In conaeqaence of such false rvpreeentatlutia masle by
5M BOLLES k Ca, Amenta.
By E. P. ADAMS.
Regular Cash Sale !
ON THURSDAY, - - - APRIL 8th,
At half-pa..t A. tMn Roaat,
By C. 8. BARTOW.
REGULAR SALE !
At I liar man ff..
Late Foreign News.
For San Frnrico, per stmr SatSt, April 3. A bnchs
ItsiiHTias, r. bf Itstrt I fives, f cs fatiitur. 1 cs mriu.
NoUssss, per gallon
fujrsr Dot shore No 7 D B
Mu-aliore No 7. uot anors N 10.
Bafsr abort. No 10. not abort No IS
HnKr aWv Ka 13. Dot alwTe No 16
Pqkst abto .. No 16, not above No 20
hues, not sbose No 20, do
Our niHr reflDen are now carrsInK bearr tock. both of
raai and sblte ndiifsl Prices of tbe Utter rule from 11)4
il2t . for Cube. Crushed, etc, srblte bltrb grades of Velio
tirov.Tj cmuiand lOillc.
Tlo KaJ.'fia adds: Tbe rennets (ronerally approve of tbe
increase in duty, as it tends to ebnt oat tbe liiarli arsde,
tbnk t-viii, tbem an advantage in tbe market. For example,
all sugars evaded No 20, Dalch FUndartl, bve to pay an In
creased duly of lr y B, while No 7, Hutch Standard, used
extensively by tbe refiners, only pays a trifle over c . lb
Increased .inty. The uevr law will not add materially tu (be
r . t . u. . tli. c-v.-niini,ni. ana pn.osfit .
mum tin object.
HF.KTKLMANN-At Koloa, Kausl. Msrch MSl Fram
Bertelmsun, sped 60 years, a nstfve of Freilmrg, trermauy.
lie was for 26 years a resident of these islands.
LEWIS April 6tli. in this city, ofrhenmsti.nioftli.. heart,
Jsroes Lawrence l-wis, of Stoninpton, Conn. Decease. 1 was
about 60 years of a.e. and bss msided here since Iv.l
f Fnnersl tlii. afternonvj at 4 o'clock, from his late residence,
NOTBS or ini: .1 BBBE.
J" Copious April 6bowors fell on Friday last,
wuich jravc tbe grouud u good soakiug in thia
3" Tbeir Majettles tbe Kin and Queen will
'proceed to Hilo in tbe steamer Kilauea about tbe
last week in Ibis inontb.
-tiinK jnm -km
1 'ma n
pw jo nrA rooi
From f . dnev. per atasr Mikado. April l-3 o al& I ejpart
wine, lit coil, rope, 60 bx. torn,. 80 bf potattsja, a mdse.
Fraa San Vraacietxx, per ehr General Harney. April S-
c :o.. tS HcXl-47S gall. ''"V'-hij;
I.... 4 c macilare, 1 pk VP- H bbl tte 2 pks bomb
laorea, 1 par box.
From KiUi Sea U.. per ckr Giovanni Aplani April 4 -i
Z c oa nut M. s!)0 UanlU cbjar.. 46C lb. b'
i . - iusi- fa as kaaejta, I as aajeerj sm.'. 4 ai
..: Krai. alcol, 6! atohoi
I l s rum. 1 cak apm oil, 4 oeer eainx, -f . -
. ic ivory.
t-W No iDtclliR-cnce had been received at 8aD
Fraucisco of tbc scboont-r Varuna, up to March
10th 70 days since her departure trom Jlna port,
BvruEME Court. On Ibc openinjz of tbe April
term of the Court on Monday last, quite an animat
ed diseuwion took place touching the absence of
two of ita Judaea, Messrs. Allen and Harris, in
which Meters. HartweU. Dole. Jones aud Stanley
A Bad Blckder. The P. C. A., which seta itself
up as a model of perfection, has a most unpaidon
ablc error. In announcing the death of Mr. Christian
Bertlcmann, who still lives on Kauai, and enjoya
good health. What damages might be obtained,
in Court, for this false announcement, we don't
know ; but suits have, in other countries, been made
for such inexcusable blunders."
&CDDEK Death. Mr. James L. Lewis died sud
denly at his residence at Waikiki, on Tuesday. He
was bora In Stonington Conn., In I&16, and was in
his 59th year. He has been a resident of this port
for over twenty years, and during that time has ac
quired by industry and frugality a handsome prop
erty. He was married to a Hawaiian, who survives
him, and leaves a number of children.
iy The mail steamer Macgrcgor is now due,
provided she left San Francisco onhcrschcdulcday.
Monday March 29. But, as the telegraph reported
very stormy weather on tbc Atlantic Ic March, ber
departure from San Francisco may have been delayed
for the arrival of the London mails. Her last trip
from San Francisco to this port was cine days and a
Fike Work. In the window of our Bookstore
may be seen a large plan of Kabukn Kancb, the
property of Mr. J. L. Richardson. The survey
was executed by Mr. J as. W. Gay and tbe drafting
by Mr. Henry Giles, book keeper of tbe Honolulu
Iron Works. It Is one of tbc finest specimens of
drafting we have ever seen, through perhaps not so
elaborate in its details as a survey of tbe Kohala
Ranch, executed by the same gentleman, lor Mr.
H. Daviea. Such skillful artists would be a
credit to larger cities than Honolulu, and we are
proud to own tbem as residents.
Prompt Paymekt. In September last, the sugar
mill of Mr. R. Hinds of Kohala was destroyed bv
under peculiar circumstances. The building
had just been completed, the machinery set up and f yielding to the intrigues of the Bonapartisti, and re
everything ready for the cane, which waa nearly I fusing to make the Puke Ardifret-Pasqoier Minister
By the schooner Gm. Harney, we bare San Frar
cisco dates to March 16. From the files at hand, we
glean the following summary :
Nkw York, March 13th. All the indications at the
East, point to a cheerful spring with fine business.
There is a growing feeling that tho people have re
covered frum tbe panic prostration and that the long
expectei revival in all branches of productive indus
try is nearly at hand.
The fire at Port-au-Piince, Hayti, February 11th,
was more disastrous than the telegraph announced.
Four hundred houses were destroyed, and the loss to
property is estimated at $2,000,000. J. B. Hepburn,
a merchant, perished in the flames.
New York, March 10th. Tbe Board of Trade to
day adopted unanimously a resolution declaring that
tariff laws should he framed with a view to raising tbe
necessary revenue from the least possible number of
articles ; that as far as possible the necessary reve
nue should be raisei from articles that are not manu
factured or produced in the United States ; that no
duties should be imposed on raw material which en
ters largely into manufacture? ; and that all duties
should he specific, without regard to classification
but simple and direct.
Matters at Washington.
Waswxgto!, March 9th. Booth made his advent
in the Senate to-day, where he was quite generally I
introduced by Sargent and Hager. He attracted
much notice both on tbc floor and in the galleries.
He declares himself opposed to a Hawaiian treaty on
the ground that it would injure California refiners
without cheapening the price of sugar. The friends
of tbe reciprocity treaty claim that while it would not
cheapen crushed sugar, as no provision is made fur
its free admission, yat it would certainly lessen tbe
price of brown sugar.
March 10th. Senator Booth says he will not go in
to caucus with cither party, but will, like ez-Prosi-dent
Johnson of Tennessee, act independently of any
Tbc anti-coolie bill, passed by Congress, prohibits
the United States Consuls from granting permits to
American vessels to transport any immigrants from
Oriential countries who hare entered into a contract
for immoral purposes, and provides penalties not ex
ceeding $5,000 fine or five years' imprisonment against
any person employing or holding women under con
tract for prostitution, and also heavy penalties against
bringing into the United States any coolies without
their voluntary consent, or contracting to supply in
voluntary coolie labor, or endeavoring to hold coolies
under such contracts, and all such contracts are to be
declared void. The hill also prohibits the landing in
the rnited States of aliena undergoing sentence for
non-politieal crimes, or whose sentence has been re
mitted on condition of thoir emigration, and of wom
an imported for purposes of prostitution ; and provides
that all vessels shall be subject to inspection to ascer
tain whether any such persons are on board. Bonds
may, however, be given by the masters or owners of
any vessel to permit tbe landing of such persons, con
ditioned upon his or her return within six months to
the country whence brought. A violation of this act
will subject the vessel to forfeiture.
John Mitchell was again elected to Parliament, on
the 7th March, by a majority of 2S6S out of 3S$y.
Cork, March 13th. There was considerable dis
order in Tipperary last night because of the refusal of
some residents to illuminate their dwellings in honor
of the second election of John Mitchcl to Parliament
Several houses which were not illuminated were at
tacked by the mob and sacked. Tbe town is quiet
Loanoir, March 10th. A heavy gale yesterday, and
disasters to shipping on the British and Irish coasts,
are reported. Several lives were lost.
Moody and San key delivered exhortations lastnight
at Agricultural Hall in Islington. It is estimated
that IS, 000 persons were assembled in and around the
Joon Bright has written a letter in which he ridicu
les Home Rule.
Thenew French Ministry is formed ; .M Buffet,
Minister of the Interior; M. Dufaure, Minister of
Justice ; M. Say, Finance Minister ; M. Walloon,
Minister of Public Instruction ; M. Meaux, Minister
for Commerce. The other offices are unchanged,
Dufaure has drawn up a programme of policy for
the new Ministry. Tbe leading features are as 1-fo
lows : Assembly, on its first meeting after the Easter
holidays, to vote the Budget; the Senatorial elections
to be held next September ; the dissolution of Assem
bly in October ; tbe Government to demand the main
tenance of the present electoral system, and to raise
State siege in all the departments except the Seine.
Rhone and Boncbes da Rhone.
The Timet Paris correspondent says MacMahon.by
The Pope Desirous of Honoring the Catholics of
the United States.
A special cable dispatch from Rome to the New
York Freemnn't Journal announces that attheeonsis
tory to be helJ on Monday next, March 15. Arch
bishop McCloskey, of Xew York, Monsignnrs Lede
chowski, Archbishop of Posen and Guiesen of Prussia,
Deschamps, Archbishop of Mechlin and Primate of
Belgium, Archbishop Manning, of Westminster, and
Monsignors Bartolini and Giannelli of the Roman
Court, will he created Cardinal.
A I.I. PERKOXS HAVnrf CI.AIWS Arnlnt
the Estate nt the late ALLAN W. IIHD, will please
present them without delay to either of the undersigned.
chas. r. jtrnn.
A. FRANCIS JI DD.
Hnnolnln, March 20, 1875. fell-Urn
For Portland, Oregon.
THE FAST SAILING BARK
0h Jane A. Falkinburg,
J. A. BROWJf, si VST i: It.
Will ISail This Day!
For Freight and Passage, apply to
SK CAXTI.E OOOKE, Agents.
r o tyi an !
TI1F, A 1 HAWAIIAN
lark 'KA MOI,'
( APT. II. UARRKI.S,
Will Sail for the above Port about May 10
For Freight or passage, apply to
64 H. HAt'KFELD 4 CO., Agent.
H. HACKFELD 4 CO.
Offer for Sale
The Following Goods,
PEE HAWAIIAN BAEK KA MOI
For Portland, Oregon.
THE HAWAIIAN BARK
H AI TI US XANTE R.
WILL HAVE QUICK DISPATCH FOR THE ABOVE PORT
For Freight or Vkskw, apply to
ft-M H. HArKFKI.T) A CO.. ACSSrSB.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The A. 8. K. Co.'s l ine Steamship
T. sVOOIrK, COMMANDER,
WILL SAIL for SAN FEANCISC0
On or about H ay 3d.
All fYetg-ht Into nilfM for shipment per Htmmers rttht-r to
San Frar.-iwv. t,r tho .,;..!,. will he nvrtved In the
Steamer Warehouse Free of Ntornve.
The Agents will give a Warehouse-Receipt for all Mer
chandise but will not he responsible fur loss by fire.
SHT For Freight ami lnanfo, or any further Infor
mation, apply to
S4 . RRKrYKR A CO.. AffeiilM.
For Sydney, N. S. W.
The A. S. . Co's Fine Steamship
E. GRAlNGEfi, COMMANDER,
WILL SAIL for SYDNEY, N. S. W.
On or about April lOtli.
Ail freight Intemleri for Shipment per Hteanier either to
San FnuieLseo or the Colonies will be received ill the
Kleanier Warehouse I'rop or Ntorairo.
l. alll give a Wanhimse-Kwlpt for all Mer
ennaaise, nut mm not oe responsllilc lor loss hy (Ire.
mm- For Freight i'l PlMWUfrc, to Sj-ilney, Nc'
Zealand and Melbourne, appiy tn
'. IIKEWERd: Co.. Af?eut.
ED. 1FFSCIME8 & CO.
Bark Ka Moi, from Bremen !
And Offer for Sale
A FULL ASSORTMENT
tram Svdan. rm lUkadc, April - Harknsm.
' Fur larj Francisco, par tnr Mikado. April a-MrsClm,
C 0 nirf ie, J Blkr sld all. 9 J Scott and wife. Mr. ho
C aa ' chMd. M Isshsn, J Pnrvta, Mi- Atwood. SShSfc
v ll Its-Saw Osd Rotxrtaoc Mi Uandnacn sd wife, S M
Ms- - hall C S (tattoo. 8 Usrare
mm Windward Ports, per stmr Kilanea, April 4-Miat L
Al. land - H A Widemann, Miss K Widemann, MU II
sV, iein! n. Albert Knaniskea. MnGherardi. Cecil Brown.
Dt Ksders. Prof Moore, Mr Jones, Mrs Taylor aad child, 1mm
Woods, ao 40 daak.
For Ksual. per tr Mlawaa, April 6-J II Bhct 6 K
SawHo. B Bradley. W C Wilder, H B II KoeluXoUai, Br J
r I m ud S deck.
ripe Dd ready to cot. On the night after tbe buildinp;
nt finished a (Ire broke out and destroyed it. The
fire is believed to bare been accidental, and prob
ably eaarbt from tbe native' pipe, who swept out
tbe bntldtnf;, and was tbe last to leave tbc premises.
Mr. Daviea, tbe agent ol tbe Mill, was then In Lon
don, and had written ont instructions to have tbe pro
perty insured. Hit letter arrived on tbe morning of
ooday the 21st of September, and tbe insurance was
that day effected. About midnight oflbesamcdaj
tbe property was destroyed, though newt of the dis
aster only reached Honolulu on tbe Saturday or
Sunday following. When all the facts were laid be
fore tbe directors of tbe Northern Assurance Com
pany, in which the Insurance waa made, the whole
amount of the lost caused by tbe fire (assessed by
three disinterested persons at ti.386,) was promptly
paid. This act is all the more honorable, because
tbc Company might bare taken advantage of incom
pleteness in the details given respecting the pro
perty insured and claimed a general average, which
however, but not been done, and tbe lots bas been
paid in full. Such honorable conduct deserves men
tion, and we tmat will merit ita reward. Tbe history
of the case shows alto, tbe benefit of being prompt
in effecting Insurance of property.
of the Interior, ha dealt a deadly blow at theoniver-
al respect which all parties had entertained for him.
MacMahon yesterday wrote a letter, insisting that
Buffet should enter the Ministry. Dnk d'Audifret
will probably be elected President of the Assembly.
Advice from Fignera, on tbe Spanish frontier, re
port an engagement between the Carlists and Alfon
tist near that fortress lasting ix hour. The Alton
tists lost 300 killed and woandad.
The Carlists have entered the Province of S in tan
der in strong force. Reinforcement have been for
warded from Bilbao to troops in tbc province, and tbe
Government has embargoed steamers for transport
There is great difficulty in preventing yonng King
Alfonso from abdicating in favor of Daks de Mont-
pensier. The Herald s correspondent in Spain reports
this is an Alfonsist rumor.
The Emperor William ii ill.
Prussia hat resolved to require that tbt Bishops
hall recognise tbe supremacy of the State over Papal
authority, or suffer the penalty of disendowment. It
it also intended to re-establish a piacit in regard to
NEW GOODS !
NEW GOODS !
DEEP PINK PRINTS, LARUE PAT
TERNS, Assortment Fancy Prints, new styles,
White Ground Prints,
Black aud White Prints, French Muslins,
Heavy Bluo Denimi, plain and itriped.
Blue and White Striped Ticking,
Brown Cottons, assorted qualities,
Blue Cottons, White Cottons,
llorrockses White Long Cloth, A and B, 36 inch
and 32 inch wido.
Linen Sheeting, 72, 82, 90 and 100 inches wide.
Cotton Sheeting, S3, 72, 80 and 90 inches wide.
Victoria Lawns, 7-yard pieces, assorted qualities.
Indigo Blue Flannel, Black Silk Alpacas,
Black Cobourgs, fino and medium,
Scotch Waterproof Tweeds, all oolors.
Silk Corah Handkerchiefs,
Turkey Red and Tellow Cotton Handkerchiefs,
Ladies' Cotton Tlandkercbicfs,
Assorted Cotton Stockings And Socks,
Linen Thread assorted,
Black and Colored Silk Neckties, new stylos,
Monkey Jackets, assorted qualities.
Heavy Woolen Blankets, Scarlet, Orange, Blue
Fancy Flannel Shirts, Linen Shirts, Cotton do.
Merino Finish Undershirts. Cotton Undershirts.
Assorted Bnrlnps, French Calfskins,
Genuine Eau de Cologne,
Macassar Hair Oil, Lubin's Kitracts,
Fine India Rubber Dressing Combs,
Fino Woolen Shawls and Traveling Plaids,
Fino and Common Pen and Pocket Knives,
Fine Steel Scissors, Common Soissort,
Tinnod Spurs on Cards, Iron Teakettles,
Galvanised Pails, 10 and 12 inch.
Galvanised Washing Tubs,
Perforated Metal for Contrifugal Machines,
Charcoal Box Irons,
Bright Fencing Wire, No. I, : and ft,
Full Assorts. ' of Beat Refined English Br Iron.
Muni. ' Yellow Metal Sheathing, and Cnmposi-
tion Nails, Block Tin,
Galvanised Iron Pipe Hoop Iron.
Porous Water Monkeys, Pressed Tumblers,
Cut Porter Glasses.
Ilubbuck's Patent Whito Zinc Paint,
Hubhuck's Patent White Lead Paint,
Ilubbuck's Pale Boiled Linseed Oil,
Black Paint, Paris Grceu, Red Lead.
Caustia Soda, Beat Lagos Palm Oil.
A large Assortment of
German, English and French Groceries
Ltebig'i Extract of Bleat.
Stearine Candles, 4, 5, and 6 to a pound,
Castor Oil, in tint and glais,
Epsoai Salts in balk and boxen.
Neitj of Trunks, Biroh Broom?,
Wrapping Paper. Market Basket!,
Assortment of Blank Books.
Prc.-s Copj Books, Shipping Receipt Books.
Assorted sixes Horse Rope, Hemp Packing,
Spunyarn, Flag Line, Log Line,
Marline and Housing,
Swedish Safctj Matches,
Deroe's Kerosene Oil, in patent oanf.
neidsteck t Co's Champagne, in qts and pts.
Ruinart Pere A Fils' Champagne, do. do.
Sparkling Hock, in quarts and pints.
Genuine Hollands Oin, in jags and baskets,
Genuine Hollands Gin, in glass, green boxes,
Boutelleao Co.'s Brandy, in glus, 1 to i
Bontelleaa A Co.'s Brand;, in casks,
German Ale and Lager Bier, in qts. and pts.
Jeffrey's Edinburgh Ale and Stout, qts and pts.
Assorted Clarets, yery fine to common,
Liebfraucnmilch k Lanbenheimer Rhine Wines.
Small assortment of Hungarian Wines,
Bitters, Alcohol in 1 gal. demijohns, 96 per cent.
German and Harana Cigars.
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
FANCY GOODS, &c.
Fine Prints. Muslin, Linen Drills,
Browa Cotton. Whit Cotton. Merino,
Victoria Lawn. Silk Handkerchiefs,
Hemmed Lioen Handkerchiefs.
Harrard Shirt, Fancy Flannel OrershirU,
w o ol Sbawls!
Turkiah Towels for Bathing,
Blankets, White Shirts, Anaoskeas; Denim,
Amoskaag Strip., Cotton Prill, Brilliants,
Fin. Tweed Suit. Bed Quilt.
Merino and Cotton Undershirts,
Felt and Straw Hats, Ladies' note,
Men's Soeka, Bridles and Bits,
Triroling Bags, Eta., Etc. Eta.
Best Brands Kerosene, Card Matches,
Ycaat Powder, Sardines,
Soda Crackers, Clothe Praa, Hms,
Bacon, Caudles, Pickle, Tobacco,
Cigars, Fine Tea, Oyatera,
oa Oroam Candioas !
A VARIETY OF DRY GOODS
Prints, Denims, Cottoat,
Hoiry, Hate, Shoe.,
Etc.. Kit.. Bta.
C. 8. BARTOW
Half Bbls. Salmon Trout.
Sacks Corn, Bolls Hatting,
Sacks Extra Family Flour,
BROWN SUGAR, Etc., Etc.
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
BUILDINGS AT AUCTION !
IT THE RESIDENCE Of F. BMMR6. ESQ..
Kt lit I ITBIIT,
ON FRIDAY, - - sJRIL 16th,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. St.,
ON ACCOUNT OF PIPABTUKS.
Will b. 8M :
All the Household Firiitirt
Of the boot Ratidtat.
C. 8. BARTOW, .W.
At Avxcrtiorj. I
ON SATURDAY, - - APRIL 10th,
At 12 o'clock Soon,
The Undersigned trill Sell at Public Auction.
on tie Premises, by order tf the Trustees
of the late Joseph Booth,
All the Buildings on Nuuanu St,
Makai Side of the Empire House,
Including the Coral Built
Bowling Alley, and 2 Shops
Now occupied by Chineso.
7-'- Tho Buildings to he ramorod within ten day.,
For further particulars apply to JAMES 0LD8,
Empire House, or to the Undersigned.
E. P. ADAMS. Aaotionr.
By Order of the Trssts of the Holt Ratal. I aaa
IDStrtettd to Sail at Public Aaetiun.
ON THURSDAY. : : : APRIL 22d,
AS 1 o'clock Mm tvt Alltotmal Hatw,
The Following Described Property:
All that certain piece aU pared !
land aitaatad in Kspalaaaa. (.land of "aha. H. I.,
daaerib.nl aa follow, to wit : X aooaaaka aaa ma ka
pa pobaku nui 1 hoailnnaia X a aaa! aha ka aoao
mu. hem. Jo" kora. 19-100 kaal. a pill aka i ka po
haku i hoeilooa i ka II : alaila DM. 34 M' kooa. S
kaal., 97 peak, ma ka pa nohaku i hoailnnaia i k. K.
nalana o k klo wai atalaio n kahi hoala ; alaila
haia. 20 30' hik.. 1 kaal., 88 puk. aw ka pa a pill
aku i ka pohakn i hoailoaai J ; alalia hem. 39 hik.,
1 kaal., s0 paak. ma ka pa i hoeilooai X ; alaila
hem. I j ' koos., 94 paak. tea ka pa a aiki aka I ka
nohaku 1 hoaliooaia 1 1 ha. 18 hik.. 1 kaal., 11
paak. a pili i ka pthaka U : alaila hem. 01 hi... 1
kaal., 29 paak. a iho ana i Kipakipa a hlkl aka I ka
pa pohaka nai i hoailoaact X, pili ana ka aiaa
o Kapahi, hem. 60 hik., 0 0-100 kaal. a aaalaila a
hiki i ka boontaka aaa ma ka oaiena . pili aaa i ka
mahtl 1 ; aa ktia tnaheie, 3 ekj, .OS aaaaa.
Being th. sam premises granted b? Royal Pataat
No. 3814 to Napalao.nai and by doad of sortition of
tb. entate of Napalananul by Hawawata Rush mala,
recorded la liber IS. page 338, and toaT.Ttd k. Ka
ahamala aad Kania to John R. Barnard, by ioad re
corded in liber IS. pag. 342. and by Joba K. Bsrosnl
aad wife eoa-yed to R. Riha by dosd recorded ia
liber 19, pag 3.
C. S. BARTOW, Aa
THE FINE IRON
BARQUE " CARN TUAL "
NOW DI E,
SCHOONER JT AUCTION I
At the request of Masm. T1BBIT8 A 80RINSRN,
will be 8old at Public Auction.
ON SATURDAY, - - APRIL 24th,
At M o'clock lata,
AT BREWKK A CO.'S WHARF,
sSHLAMA ! L
All the Shut, Bowsprit, Bails. Anchors,
Cables, Boats, Ac.,
A per Inventory, which can be i
Room prsvioo to tb. Sale.
at the Aurti-.n
C. B. BARTOW. Auctioneer.
VERY FILL ASSORTMENT
GREAT CARE FOR THIS MARKET!
Philip Phillip's Songs.
COPIES OF THESE POPI'MR IIXODIE,
50 In oomber, can be obtaintH) at tbe Htore of tbe
TJndersarned. Price SS eesata each.
2m H. kf. WHITNKT.
Fire Clay, Coal Tar, Stockholm Tar,
Empty Petroleum Barrels fur Tallow Containers,
Oak Bots for Coasters,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc,
Etc., Bto., Etc.,
The abor specified Goods, together with a well
asaorted Stock now an hand x reoent arris!, are
offered for tale in quantities to nit the trade.
9- Order from the other Island filled at lowest
market rates. 539
7IE PRINTS OF FAVORITE AND
JO NEW STYLES,
BK0WN AND WHITE COTTONS, DENIMS,
WOOLLENS, LINENS, VELVET RUUS,
SILKS, LACES. HABBRDASUFRT.
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S SCARFS,
MUSLINS, BATISTES, Ac., Ac., Ac.
Bassins, Saddles and Canvas.
THE ROYAL PROGRESS
THE eESrrrST. ARTleiX-For Sole by
X BOLLES t CO
A Full Report of Hit Visit, Comments
of the Press, and various other
with the Event,
IS NOW IN COURSE OF PREPARA
TION aad will be published in pamphlet form,
of about 100 pace, a soon after hi arriral home aa
SOLD ONLY BY 8CBSCBIPTION.
Subscriptions will b. received by tb. undersigned.
Hi im H. M. WHITNEY, Publisher.
Toys, Books, Piano Fortes!
Bait' Alt, Blood'i Alt and Porter,
Tenant's Ala, Ind Coope A Co.' Ale,
Martell's, Hennessey's, and Robin' Brand of
Wines and Spirit,
English Soap, Earthenware, GlaJtware,
Pipe, Furniture. Paint, 00,
BRASS AND IE0N BEDSTEADS
TwTcTri lift Rope,
Portland Cement, Corrugated Iron, Hoop Iron,
Fencing Wirt, Hollow-ware,
BEST WELSH STEAM COAL,
OAHU PACKET !
For Waialua and Koolauloa!
THE CLIPPER SLOOP
WILL HAVE REGULAR DISPATCH,
On and after Monday, Marcb tla.
CALLING AT THE PORTS OF
Freight, and Passage at the Lowest Fo
mm mm t g. ,
I OIt HALE !
Goaal mw CMafcea Faaat, tsa, A)e.
Kakaako Salt, per Bag or Ton.
FIREWOOD, of the Best Quality
Cot up tr 1 aitajd.
MAM. I. ;
WESTON'S PATENT CENTRIFUGALS !
With improrad Wrought Iron Monitor Cas
ings, Explosion Proof,
NOW ON VIEW.
THEO. Ha DAVIE3.
BW On Down Trtpa tb. I
antUT am. or later ; an.1 MaaJasm Bar a
To or from
T-j ,r fr-.ni
To t fr-.n.
To or from
Tb or from Wahna-naa, Hasat .
To or txxmL KawaUaae, Hawaii..
T'. BS rr..n; !
To or (rota Taaaaai, Hawaat ..
To or from Hno, Hawaii..
Cwewtt at Hsswaa. BsaaaHl Trl...
To or fn.ni an Port on f aaaal
Circuit of Kauai, Bound Trip ....
Daak naaaaaa. aar asttrwa uary-
bertb win 0m ransaamd a. laxssi aata paid tor. jr.,
atTuNMMs!wMTrMd 1"mi' 7 TnmM f'
mum. a vif.nva.
OCSe. srltaiWadsjr Oo.. ia. Pari as Qat ia
for salt by SOLIJM A CO.