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II Tnrt.aa. lAhalaa.
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noSOLl-LV. APRIL 2a. IIC.
tmre errtTed off too iort llir pressnt w-ook
md the Oumelina Mow-land, thr former with
a ni l; abo has landed to It. forwarded to
The latter la eisTbl months fnmi bome.and
Uiat time 470 bbla apemi. and 100 labia
-on Niuuda of bono very rood work for
r. M. Ward is from the roano Island, brr
arrrrod on Monday 27 day from Port
ncacomeiit to proooed to thr puano W
the Khip liarnet arrirttd, 17 day from
ute to till 3na.no Iklanda
irlnc thr week have been the brie J. II.
I of auirar. rice and ratfee for ban Fran
ro on a Oahlac cnuar ; and wlialrahip
l o'dirti (uun.nUI Itrma.
ramiitanOM tTnrlai)d per oxpreoa hivr Itoon on-J-.'liic
thi paat week. amonntinK tofi3si.
:.. ... line ri.0U.204 03 la Mirer ban and F1,2J.-
laarlac are thr rale aatahliakoj I t Ibr Union Pacific
icht fnaw twacaa to Saa FrandaCn : Firl-rlMi. frt per
innd: oor Dd-rlaaa, tb: thineuuM. 14; fiartb-cUuw..
Otmk.HU: b,tt; CIlTt; D, fl Ml.
Tira Hawaiian attrar cr.ip i, now cotninf; upon tho San
n markf t . The local reflnerm barr j rodnced their
4r .m whit aad )jc on yellow. U wr rot 20.090.0no
. tlaaaiiat. ourar free thai Tear, it beald In commercial
that tli. Ooraramenl will loee EM0.000 in roTennr.
thr llawailan Gorernment will loot lo than SSU.000
Blttinr Aniericao product free. Oil paper.
Troapnrj liepartmeot l in piaHH-aRion of facti which
t. -Ii.ip that optetn la In aonio myatorion manner
;led into Iho country In qnantitie acrreratlor a larro
it annaatb . The Chltteeo are eoppoeed to lie diirflr
nrd in tli. bnainoaa. at which thrr are adeptii. Ittanr
mean rt-jrtej to br thorn have b(n delected hy thr
icr of Un officeni of the rort-noo. FUtiatica aoom to
I. -weTer. that tho offlcora are yet eluded to a con
Ide rrteot. Imt bow cannot bo tHecoeered.
lo-a tariff bill ea paaaod will raise ab.mt thlrtt-funr
j. of whi-.h twelve BalUione will come from whiskey,
rom U4aaroo, two from rirara and rich! from thr ten
it. Uii It lei tea a tax of 90 cent on distilled epirits,
us tho duty on cigar- from 55 to tfi a thooaaad. and on
tea from C2 CO tn f on molaaaea. symjw. Ac. 25
it., and rcpoala the lo per Cint. roiluction, and pn
jaiatt trr iitr ii TiTfT on ea trios of receipts in the
aaks of aaTinrs banks.
H Thr mail atramc-r !rom the Soulh will be due
Oil Monday or Tueaday.
XST The Mikado from San Francisco will be doe
on Tucadir or WrtincadnT, iih dales lo April 36.
MT Tlie dwelling premiae of Dr. Hnlrhison sold
at Auction on Satnrdaj laai, and were bid in lor the
raort pater at $2,000.
3 The Pen m cola Minstrela circ another con
cert on Saturday eTcuinc entirely new programme.
Don'l lail lo go and eujoT the rich sport.
13?" Usnally strong trades set in during the last
week in April, but so lar they do not appear this
year. Judging from the Isle cool nights, bowcrer,
we should aay tbey are not lar off.
The Law or the Sea. It may interest mariners
to know tbat the Supreme Court of the United
States In the case of the steamer Sea Gull, etc, ap
pellants, ts. The schooner Sarah Watson, Samnel
R. Smith et si., claimants, appeal ftom the Circuit
Court of the United States for the District of Mary
land, has decided : "Steamers approaching a sail
ship In such a direction as to Involve risk of colli
sion arc required to keep out of the way of ibe sail
ship, but the sail ship is required lo keep her course
unless the circumstances are such as to render a
departure from Ibe rule necessary io order to avoid
immediate danger. It la the privilege of the steam
er to go to the right or left if In so doing she could,
w ith reasonable certainty, keep out of the way ; but,
If not, it becomes her duty to slacken her speed, and
if necessary to stop and reverse."
13?" Schooner Wilama was sold at Auction on
Saturday last by Mr. Bartow, and purchased by Mr.
F S. Pratt lor 5,000. She is 73 tons burthen, was
built in this city five years since by Messrs. Tibbcta
.v Sorenson, and cost over ten thonsaud dollars. At
the price she was knocked down, she sold very cheap.
PICKED CT While the schooner Mary Ellen was
lying at Honoipu, Hawaii, last week, she made fast
lo a large anchor, which was, with a great deal of
work, secured and brought to this port. It proves
to be a D400 lb. anchor, which must have belonged
to a clipper ship or war vessel, and will be a valua
ble "catch." It is in a good state of preservation.
having evidently bad a heavy coating of paint, which
has served to preserve it.
J3T" There occurred a death recently at Waialna,
on this island, of some interest, which has passed
unnoticed. It was that of Mr. James Hunncwell
Krkela, a son of Rev. James Kekela of the Marqne-
aa Mission. Young Kekela went to the Arctic last
year on a whaling voyage, during which he con
tracted sickness which culminated in consumption.
Alter returning last fall, he went to Mrs. Emerson's,
which was formerly his borne, where he senl bis
last few months an invalid, and died on Sunday,
April 11, aged 21 years.
ty A whaleship arrived off this port the present
week, with twenty men in irons! On inquiry we
And, tbat while at Hilo these men refused to assist
iu getting the ship out to sea till tbey bad had an
other day of liberty ashore, or in otber w ords, they
refused duty till their demand was complied with.
The masttr refused to yield, as he bad already lost
three men, and then put the mutineers In irons.
One of the officers declares that these same men are
the best whalemen he ever had, and it is proved by
the large catch ou the passage out.
imum oi- iiinui.i i.i
April 21 Schr Nettie Morrill, Crane, from Lahaina. Chrpo :
970 pkf snrar. 16 paasenrers.
Fein Mile Morris. Leois. from Molokai. Cargo : 35
sheep. 3 hoes. SO bales wool.
SchT Manookaasi. kaiatia, . it nil IVaiiiiH . Tjr;: :
70? pkra surer.
Fchr llaltie. Kimo. froni NawfliwtH. Oarpo : 2
bisxs. Mai pars surer , 34 lodes. 1 bbl talsow. 6
r Pnokahi. Clark, from liana. Oiroo: 47 l.l.la
molaas. fa- Iters i-ta:..os. 5 l-alos toharro, S ltd is
roal sains, 9 bogs, 110 awe roots ; and 12 paasrii-
33 Am ah bk Java, Galson. from Kawaihao. (orp .-
frO hbls sperm oil.
2; Sclir Ksuiaili. Bollea. from Koloa A W aimow. Car.
pi : 376 akr- suras-, 3 til4s beef. S has croop. 1
4 j i.ai-iiror.
Morris. Lome, from Molokai.
. 0 balsa wool.
Fellow, fcika. from Eoloa A Waimea.
1 cow. 4 hora. 2o4 pic- sneer. 12 !uls
rual tain, lie., oar- jasiiJi .
at, from Windward Port.
7- pk surer. 30 ests sperm oil, 10 tail wh bone.
..mil.-. ; li b.nr
4.0 home. 38 pkra tallow, IsT bides, S hdis
(oat skins, S bars Irish noUloaa, firoUe leethor,
1 bar fuurna. and few lots of sundries.
Srhr fclamot. Reynolds, from Kaliului. Corpo: 73
An schr C M Ward, Kickman, from Onano la
Nlit Kiuau. Ahuihale. from Mallko. (hrp,.:400
I . surer. 7SO ft koa lumber, 4 bars jiotatoes.
Am wn ahtp Cornoline, Dowland. from Hawaii.
,:, Acliri. I'uaahiwa. fi m llil Corfs l'.ii'
Am bip Ida Lilly. Blanchard. 27 days from Fort-
Atn -hip (larnot. Oliver, 17 days frem 6 Francisco.
Mr N'ottir Merrill. Crane, from Lahaina
Desertion. Capt. Powers, for many years well
known as niaatcr of the schooner Kamoi, suddenly
decamped on Wednesday last, taking passage in the
brig J. B. Ford. He sold his dwelling house the
same day and took away with him some three
thousand dollars, leaving a wife and two infant
children entirely destitute. It looks like a tan and
inhuman desertion of his family; but there are
probably two aides to the sad tale, in this as in many
otber cases of domestic trouble, and the husband
may cot be wholly to blame.
Ten Days Later News!
By the clipper ship Garnet which arrived lait even
ing from San Franeisco, 17 days passage, a small
nail was received with San Francisco dates to April 9.
II. B. M. ship Reindeer which sailed henee March
?0th. arrived at San Francisco April Sth, 19 days
A destructive fire in fan Francisco on tho 7th of
April, destroyed a number of lives, and $S00,-
090 worth of property. It was caused by an explo
sion of giant powdor. Among tho merchandise de.
stroyed 7.000 kog at sugar, most of which was land
ed from tho bark Deutschland. It is said to hare
been fully insured.
Steamer Mikado has not arrired np to the time
this vessel left, though she was daehere on the 10th.
Sugars show a small advance of J of a cent a
pound, Hawaiian grades being quoted at 71 cents.
Gold in New York fluctuated from 114 to 115.
The State election in Connecticut has been woo by
the Democrats, who elected Gov. Ingersoll by a 7000
majority. Last year his majority was only 2000.
In Michigan the Republicans have elected the State
ticket by 15.000 majority.
In the great scandal trial, Mr. Bcccher commenc
ed giving his evidence on the first day of April. One
report says: " Brooklyn City Court w-as crowded to
overflowing. The examination of Rcdpalb was fin
ished in the course of the forenoon, vhen Beccher
was called upon to give testimony in the case. He
declined to awcar upon the Bible, having conscien
tious scruples upon the subject, and holding up bis
right band took the plain, simple oath. Be gave
first a sketch of his life from his birth, an accouut
of his varied labors, his early efforts at preaching,
bis connection with Plymouth Church, his early
marriage, his experience in Jerusalem, and other
facts of interests and pertinency to the case, includ
ing hia acquaintance with Bowen, Tilton and other
parties, and incidents connected therewith. lie
then proceeded to answer the questions put to him
with great case of manner, self-possession, and ad
mirable temper. Ilis testimony was clear and di
rect. From Europe wc fiud nothing of special importance.
13:"" The annual meeting of Odd Fellows came off
on Monday evening last at their Hall on Fort Street.
There was a good attendance of members and invit
ed guests. Alter tbe singing of an opening ode,
Mr. Makcinlosh delivered an address. As is not al
ways the case on such occasions, this address was
happily brief and to the point, and delivered in a
loud and distinct voice. After singing again, the
chairs were removed to clear the room for dancing.
This was soon interrupted by a call to an adjoining
room, where a very tempting lunch was arranged,
which every one seemed to enjoy. Dancing was
again resumed, after all bad partaken of rclrcab
meuls, and coulinued until a late hour.
srlr Fairy Queen, rem. from Kauai
rVhr Mannokawei. Kalanao. from Kauai.
bcttr Warwick. John Bull, from Molokai.
bchr Uattir, Kimo. from Molokai,
Kv 1.. ' 1 f - Kahnlni.
hchi Mil- Morris, lama, for Molokai.
brio Warwick. John Ball, for Molokai.
Am rbr J B Ford, Jcnka. for San Francisco.
llattir. Kiniii. f..r Nawlliwili
Js-h- Manuokaami. Kalanao. for Waiiaba,
- Man KU-n. Mane, tor Konala.
24 Am wh bk Java. Calson, to 11 ami.
Am scar Oleero, Holder, for PrtropenUkL
St Schr llieokahi. Clark, for liana
(tear Mile kl orris. Lome, for Molokai.
Mm- Ktlauoa. W sreiia.nl. f Windward Porta.
7 Sou- Kamot. Reynold, for Kahr'ui.
0Okr Odd Follow. Xika, for Koloa and Waimea,
- 1 Kainailo. Bollea, for Koloa and Waimea.
!- A -tn. . Pneahiwa. I ir !Lnsi.
belli Kineu. Ahuihala. for Maliko.
13?" This is the way in which the first news of the
return ol King Kalakaua was telegraphed over the
wires from San Francisco, and published in every
paper in tbe United States :
SANDWICH ISLANDS RETURN Or KINO KALAKAfA.
New York, March 15. A San franeisco dispatch
says the bark Almy arrived yesterday from Honolu
lu. She reports tbat King Kalakaua reached Hono
lulu on February 15, and was received with the
greatest enthusiasm by the people. On the evening
of February 20 the King gave a reception, and after
ward addressed the people. Uc referred lo bis visit
to the United States, and spoke in high terms of the
American people and the welcome awarded lo him.
t CM. Wean. BjCKMA5.MArrnt.
.. i .' uiwarj aotb, 1-74. will, luth: br.ofr..m th.
s :narJ; had light winds and calms to J arris Island
amred at Jan i. Island Fob 12. 1S7S. Left Jarris Island fir
EasAaraaary's March 1. wind lirfat EXE : arrired ax Knder
bery's March 7th, wind light from tho NE. Left Endor
1 ury's I Baker's at 6:30 f m. March 9th. wind light from
the KB by X ; arrived at Baker's March 12. wind lirht from
the EXE. Left Baker's (or Ilowaand's at 4 a re. March 11:
arrived at Hoe land's at 11:80 a the same day ; wind light
KXI Issft Uowlaad's for Hooolulu a! 8..V pre
March LMh. wind brut from thr EKE : bad lirht winds and
rahaa ap to March 24. then bad strong breeaee from tho ESE
oa At 3Mb, bawling to tho EXE to a heavy gale with thon
der sate laghtnlne. hoary cross eee runtime, vessel laborinr
basUy. From March p to Use April 2 bad a eweceesion ol
gales utssasM with thander and lightning and hoary era
s-asrwaeinr: the weather changeable op to April 10, then
took e gale tram tbe NE. attended with thunder and light
t ::.f an,- beery cross eea running Lai f 40 N. lonr 1SS s
W, frsan the 11th np to (he 14th bad strong breeaee with
beery cress eea runmnr. wind from X to XE April 16,
eassa WtU: beasy ewell from tbe H. Midnirht tho lath.
larht breeao I-ott thr X
Had lirht winds and calms from
Arrived at lionolulu April WB
. nee Fraerasco, par 3 B FofJ. April 21-19S6 kegs an
ar. an bars nee. 64: bare paddy30 cocownuu. 43 bars col
!- as. isaaausea. at oawa sas
. Freeslfaan ' ' - per C M Ward, April 26 40 barrels,
' 1 1 bx s-fsvao, aleeea, 1 cart a aaraeaa, 1M aaapty bar-
Good Steaming. The Kilanea on licrlast week's
trip lctt this port on Monday at 5 P. M. sharp, ar
rived at Lahaina at 2 o'clock A. M ., nine hours from
Honolulu. Left Lahaina at 4 A. M., left Maalaea
Bay at 6 A. M., and Makee's Landing at S A. M., ar
riving at Kawaibae at 2 P. M. on Tuesday. At Hilo
she arrived 5 o'clock Wednesday moruiug, thirty
six hours from Honolulu, averaging about eight
knots throughout the trip. This shows what we
may look for when we have a new aud more power
ful boat, capable of making such time in all weath
ers. This week the Kilauea started out wilh fine
weather, and with the prospect of making as rapid
and pleasant a run as that of last week. She had
on board about 140 passengers, including Their Maj
esties and party.
English Sparrows. Some time ago there was a
call for the introduction of these birds. In Austra
lia they have become a nuisance, and a premium is
paid for them dead or alive and even for their eggs.
Tbey appear lo be as much of a nuisance there, as
the rice birds arc in some districts on this island.
We clip the following from a colonial paper : " The
war against the sparrows is being carried on vigo
rously in Victoria. Tbe Aryau states that a meeting
of the Preston Sparrow Club was lately held in the
Preston School of Design. The President of the
shire of Jika occupied tbe chair. Mr. G. Crawley,
the Secretary, reporterl tbat since the price bad been
raised to Is per dozen for birds and 6d for eggs, tbe
Treasurer bad boncbt 546 birds and 751 eggs, thus
making a total or 603 sparrows and 751 eggs. Mr.
Vincent proposed tbat each member sbould kill IS
sparrows per month, or in delault pay Is towards
tbe expenses of the Club. Tbe proposition was car
ried. Mr. Vincent iorthcr proposed that a premium
of 3 8s be offered for tbe largest number of spar
rows above tbe number of SOU brought during six
montoa. and that a second premium ol x,i lis oa oe
given for Ibe highest number of sparrows above 350 j
uroughl wimin six mouiue, an lue uirua io oc euui
in tbe shire of Jika. This was adopted with some
modification, and some new members were enrolled."
A Remarkable Meteor. In one of tbe Iowa
papers we Hod an account of tbe fall of a meteoric
stone, which might well have excited Usrror in he
minds of those who witnessed its descent: "Be
tween 10 and 11 o'clock Friday evening, Feb. 12,
Colonel Atherton, Rock Island train dispatcher,
received a telegram, descriptive of a large meteor,
which bad fallen, about three miles west of West
Liberty. For fully a minute the heavens were light
ed by the glare of tbe swiftly descending fire-ball,
and when it struck, the earth shook as if from an
earthquake for mile around, and tbe noise of tbe
concussion was beard by US people of Grinocll,
ninety-five miles away. The fiery ball struck terra
firma in a large open field, frightening residents in
the vicinity half oat of their witi. It sank fifteen
feet into tbe ground, and left a bole of that depth
and ten feet In diameter. Fcr hours it continued
to spit forth flames, crackle, sputter and smoke,
aud occasionally discharge cannon like reports, to
- - s ,-. nf tk- renal- In the virinitv
Tri ! None dared M-Pb wi.c this miuU.urt : volcauo
r..,-hiui Bn.d(ai;Wk continued id -vciion, oui iuc iu
- r.tmi ULa4i. pvCM Win!. AfU -A J Ckhiu, nuodrwU gathered round to inveftHgate lue wod-
For U ii.nS Ft. par Kltma. April MAJ
tni Kim, ai Qrm. rrinotw MM Cleborn. H
L Itafecmw 4vi.fl wife. Him B Smithiw, Mu L K
Mr. V IU4 Mm M Hmd. Him H lh-cUrt Mim L
Um. II la H Kftnuu:. Ilit Btt Bi!.,T WUli. JLBI
MI.IMH - liT V Thwft, U tteilcy. W F Shir-
i .r. - T kimmmmtt Mr iu. l. B KraB. Mn
I moi afAtixbtar. W O Mtb, B Stnnpi.im. S P tUchrte.
A Ltvo. e ArMmc. Mn Ml Mn H K MartvUne ud
x - A m.v: W MMH H A VaiifkOiAtci' Jf
- li. Ul-ri.ik. U Ufc.i,.nu:. Tti iiirci;.
9tm Wlmiwri Porta, par Kiluaa, April SI Prof Hark
c L AmVm mm m,JmB4u.2 sortaata, lydi
L Mtm m Mr Wurttt, G C KiLImb. Mid
bWM imii- M.k mr.f.. -e,,i -wr.t. Vsm V MbBM
Mn Mmkmi, Mr Atoi, H A WiJiainn fvnd Mrrmot. Opt
tlrn.: $ rmMtrnkg. U Tartoc. Col Z m.dinf , Achoog
I.ai. American ow.
A terrible watertpout bnrt over the city of Santia
go, Chile, -n the 1st of Mtrch, cau;ing great damage.
For tbe past few months the Bar of Panama has
been very phosphorescent. In the dark, every ware
as it broke on the reefs looked like a wreath of blnish
fire. Fiph abound in the bay at such times, and the
water is cooler than usual.
The Dominion government ha? expressed it desire
to take part in the Centennial exhibition in Philadel
phia. Commander Alfred Markham, R. N., is to hive
charge of the new British expedition to tbe Arctic re
gions. Knmaaldo Pacheeo, who succeed Mr. Booth as
Gorernorof California, is the first native of that State
who has reached the J libera atorial cbair. He was
born at Santa Barbara, of Spanish parents, and was
fifteen years of age when the emigrant from the Uni
ted States took possession of tbe soil.
Mayor Johnson of Cincinnati, determined that the
gambling-bouses in that city "?hould be closed and
kept closed," has ordered the chief of police to use all
diligence in stopping the illegal business and in ar
resting all offending parties.
The contest between the Baltimore x Ohio and
Pennsylvania Central railroads ha at length extend
ed to other through lines, and it was announced late
ly by both the Michigan Southern and Michigan Cen
tral roads that fare from Chicago U Buffalo is reduced
to $y, which will make the fare to New York $IS.
J. A. Gibbs, the well-known Boston caterer, is pro
ucing quite a sensation in "ew York with his new
; dime restaurant. He has central rooms on Reade
i street, very comfortably, but very plainly, fitted up.
1 Cheap food is the specialty. The tables are without
cloths, but everything is clean and neat as a new pin.
The food is as wholesome and as well cooked as at any
restaurant in the city. At tbe bare tables can be seen
daily, ministers, lawyer, merchants and prominent
business men, not simply because the thing is cheap
but because the food is good. A large bowl of soup
costs ten cents, pudding five cents, and all the rest
on the same range
The effect to be produced by Beecher's testimony
says the Sun, will be the great event of the trial
Thousands of persons who can conceive af a minister
yielding to a great temptation and committing a great
tin. are reluctant aud unwilling to believe, nay, they
will not believe, that a minister of the Gospel who has
maintained the standing of Mr, Beccher for fortv
years, will, under any circumstances, commit deliber
ate and willful perjury. If Mr. Beccher is perfectly
innocent, we hare that faith in the inherent force and
power of truth to beliere tbat his innocence will be
made apparent by his own evidence. If, on the other
hand, he is guilty, we believe he will emerge from the
cross-examination of William Fullerton a ruined man,
convicted in tbe general judgment of tbe whole com
munity. In fact and in truth, the importance and the
issue of the trial are centered in the examination iu
chief and the cross-examination of Henry Ward
OcCidsjtt Goisg East. California's favorite trot
ter Occident, says the S. F. Chronicle, will leave for
the Ka;t about the 1st of April, in charge of BuddDo
ble. Dobie, since he has had charge of Occident, has
succeeded in educating him up to a higher standard
of excellence io the way of curbing his disposition to
be unsteady at times, treating him kindly but firmly.
and in a manner that is highly satisfactory to his
owner ud the numerous friends of this wonderful
horse. For the past two months Occident has been
having a rest, being merely jogged for exercise. In
this time he has grown more bulky aud strong with
out getting too fleshy. His feet are in splendid condi
tion, and everything looks favorable for his future ca
reer as one of the fastest horses in the country. It is
the intention to trot him in tbe Last whenever oppor
tunity offers, and he will take his chances with the
best of the Eastern flyers, including Goldsmith Maid,
during the comiog seaeon. Doble thinks Californians
will hare cause to be proud of Occident's performan
ces in the future, and that he wit! make a better show
ing than he has ever made heretofore. He will be
transported East in Doble's special ear. The car is
fifty feet in length, with tbe Pennsylvania Railroad
passenger trucks, with the Weatinghoue air brakes,
A c., being especially adapted for the eaae aad comfort
of race hones. Underneath the car is carried a port
able bridge for shipping or transhipping horses at a
moment' notice, being attended with no danger or
trouble whatever. On the insie'e the conveniences are
of the most superior character. There are four port
able sa.aU? for horses, two near each end of the ear.
When it is neceasary to lie over a day or two for rest,
these single stalls eaa be converted into roomy box
stall ; their side are also cushioned to prevent acci
dent. Every aperture, windows, Ac, has wire screens
to prevent cinder from entering the car : tbe arrange
ment for preventing flies from troubling the horse
are also very ingenious and useful. Overhead are
con veuiences for packing away sulkies. Id one corner
of the car a stove is carried for the purpose of beating
water for hones' feet, as well as for cooking when
necessary : also a refrigerator and numerous conven
ience that show much ingenuity in tWir wnstrwetion.
In the centre of tbe ear Poble has a perfect gem of a
boudoir, fitted up in the most superb manner with
frescoed walls and ceilings, Brussels carpet, table,
cbair, lounges, mirror, lace curtains, silver lamps ;
also a fine side-board filled with elegant cut-glass and
well stocked with wines. A bell is alto at hand to
call his help when required. In fact, take it all in
all, it is one of the most tastily arranged cars formen
and beast that there is in tbe United States. The
cost was about $A,cO0 all told. Occident ard St.
James will probably be the only horse occupants of
this horse palace in the coming trip. The object in
icavinr, so early is to get Occident acclimated and pre
pare him for the Spring meetings which will com
mence about the 1st of May. Occident will probably
return in the fall, and participate in some of oar
races ere the season closes.
Iiraelif friends reluctaotly admit that physical
infirmity will soon compel him to retire from public
A new treaty has been concluded between Peru ind
China, which practically abolishes the coolie trade.
Ole Bull, the celebrated violinist, celebrated bis
5th birthday at Bergen Norway, on the Sth of Feb
ruary. Tbe genial old master is in fine health.
The tang and scandalous Mordannt trial has been
terminated, in England, Lady Mordannt having been
found guilty of adultery.
The greatest discovery at Pompeii is that of a
woman making a fire in a cook store, while ber hus
band is in bed and asleep. She was a noble woman.
The increase in the use of postal cards in Great
Tntain for the vear entimc .March 31, IS 4, was
7.75.9n6, the whole number used during the year be
It appears that instead of S5",000 it was 475,-
000 which the late Mr. Attwood of England gave
away anonymously. He also gaTe to poor relations
and dependents a sum not less than 400,000.
The Queen Dowager of Bavaria, wbo recently
joined the Roman Catholic Church, has ordered the
construction at her own expense, of a new Catholic
Chureh at Munich, which will cost 17.000.
The workmen in many trades in England never
work on Monday. It has been calculated that in the
woollen manufactures, tbe cotton, and the brick-lay
ing trade, " Idle Monday" entails an annual loss of
The statistics of the famine in Persia are truly
appalling. In a town near Teheran only 290 fami
lies remain out of 1000, and in Teheran itself 200
persons died weekly of starvation and disease, in
six districts the deaths are reported at 170,000.
Paris has a dwarf elef bant, thirty-nine inches
high and nineteen years old. He is remarkably in
telligent. The Roman Catholie Bishops of England have
agreed together to forbid English Roman Catholics
joining the association known as "Tbe Independ
ent Order of Good Templars." The sacraments are
not to be administered to any Catholie who, after be
ingwarned, continues a member of it.
We have received the "China and Japan Tempe
rance Record," a neatly printed English monthly
eight-page paper, published in Nagasaki. It is tlllc
with interesting matter pertaining to the progress of
temperance in tbe East.
Her British Majesty's ships Nassau and Rifleman
recently had a fire hours engagement with the East
African slave-traders, captured Fort Moxambique,
killed seventeen and wounded fifty-one of the enemy,
and handed over tbe fort to tbe Sultan of Zanzibar.
Another vessel of the squadron, tbe Thetis, after cap
turing two slavers, with 301 slaves on board, pro
ceeded to attack a barracoon south of Moiambique,
where 1,000 slaves are said to be confined, and where
a Portuguese force bad been repulsed with lost.
THK A 1 HAWAIIAN
By E. P. ADAMS.
Bark 'KA MO.,'
CAPT. II. UARRELft,
Will Sail for the above Port about May 10.
For Frebtht or pAstKc, applv to
W II. HACK. KELP A CO..
THE nn IIION RARQI'E
Will have Quick Diipatch for the above Port
Regular Cash Sale !
ON THURSDAY, - - APRIL 29th,
At hnir-pnat A. M sttKssIra Room.
Knr FreUrhl or
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The A. S. . Co.'s Fine Steamship
T. WOOIW, rOHSIWDEB,
WILL SAIL for SAN FRANCISCO
On or jibntn liny 3d.
All freight tnU'ndH for aliipmrnt per Meamen either to
.San FrnncHco or the will be t-. : In tbe
r-i. amrr Ui.nlii.us.. free of Nlornirr.
Tb A (rents will Rive n Wan-houAe-ltt-eelpt for all Mer
chandise but will not be rt-sHinslrlr fur Una by lirv.
9" Vur Freight ant! PitiMsire, or any further Infor
mation, apply to
C BREWEl m CO,. Ageatm.
For Sydney, N. S. W.
The A. S. . Co's Fine Steamship
Pill GOODS. CLOTK,
FANCY GOODS, &c.
Br C. S. BARTOW.
!3Vt I I5L -A- XZ O !"
'Ai'T.vi r. -loom:.
WILL SAIL for SYDNEY, N. S. W.
On or about .flay Olh.
AH ftvbrlit lot-HiiIM for Slilrmi'nt per st-fumTa either to
San Francisco or tn Colonies will be rvevivttl In the
SU-amer Wan'b.m- Free of RtorSMre1.
Tho Agents will prlve a Wim-lusv-ltct-lpt for oil Mor
rhnadtse, but will not be responsible for losabr Are.
mw For Freisrht an. I Pwtnisre, to Sydney, New
Zt-alantl ami Melbourne, appiy to
tU C lllti: WKK .V Co.. Agent.
FOR KOLOA AND WAIMEA !
THK SI HOOSEU
Wlll have reculj ill-patch for the above uameil Porta,
no and after the Sth of November next, until further notice,
Frvtglit ami taken at the IiOWeat Ilatea.
412 BOLLES 4 CO., AgenU.
Tbe pastorate of the Rcr. Leonard Bacon, D. D.,
over the Center Church, Xcw Haven, Conn., began
on March V, 1 -J.'-. Dr. Bacon has therefore entered
upon his second half ccntnry of act. re ministerial
The medical missions in China, which were com
menced at Canton in IS35 by Dr. Peter Parker under
tbe direction of the American Board, are said to be
doing more to open that country to missionary work
than any other part of the missionary machinery.
The missionary hospitals arc opening the eyes of tbe
native medical faculty to tbe fact that medical science
is something above sorcery and magic.
The receipts of tbe Wesleyan Missionary Society of
England for the year 1ST 3-4 amounted to $S32,2$2.
The Society has missions in Europe, India, China,
and West Indies and South and West Africa, with
2j6 circuits, 332 ministers, 7125 otber agents, 73,700
church members, 7279 members on probation and6S,
221 Sunday scholars.
Mexico. Mr. Morgan, missionary of the A. B. C.
F. M. in Mexico, writes in December, giving the fol
lowing from the recently enacted laws of reform passed
by a large majority in the Mexican Congress: All
church buildings are to belong to the State, and only
a certain number are to be allowed to Roman Catho
lics in each city or town ; Sunday is a legal day of
rest, or for religious culture; public feast days are
abolished ; the Sisters of Charity are banished from
tbe country and no man or woman may wear a reli
gious habit in the street ; the clergy may not receive
gifts of property, in bouse?, land, or anything, for
services to tbe sick or dying ; bishops and other
church dignilariee are not recognized as such, bnt all
members of the church have alike the right of peti
tion, etc. -
WIIKKKAS. IT II VS 1'O.ni: to the Kitont
ed.ee of tne untlersurned that certain pfirtlcs To
Ts, Known, have mallctously circulated a report, to the
clTt-ct tti.it th- Schooner linmnlle advertised ana re
gular packtt tn'twe. n Honolulu and tbe ports of Koloa
mill WiiiiiK-u KiMiui. l-alMiuttndisrtmtltiuehrrn-gu
lax trips to tbe above named parts : now we desire tbat It
be diBtluctlv understood, that the said Schooner is under a
contract with the Koloa I'laiitation to run regularly for the.
tern, of one year from the flint Noromber, If7t, and that
ahe will accordingly continue to run to tbe Ports of Koloa
;it..i Wiiim- .i. ;v ;.U d. ImrrliiK nccl'lenls
We hereby caution the authors of the above rep.r:-. that
tbey w ill tie held responsible f.r all loss or damnge result
ing In consequence of such folae representation i made by
BOLLES t Co., Agents.
UK. O. . CVMHUSsSa,
HOMEOPATH 1ST, 63 FORT STREET,
IX HOXOLUU7, H. I. 11,
OAHU PACKET !
For Waialua and Koolauloa!
THE CLIPPER SLOOP
are, a wee ewe wara-, M.VSTKH.
WILL HAVE REGULAR DISPATCH,
On and after Monday, March 6th,
CALLING AT THE PORTS OF
Freights and Passage at the Lowest Pos
IWO am J. I. DOB CTT.
Fine Print,. Mailint, Linen Drillt,
Brawn Cotton,, White Cotton,, Merino,
Victoria Lawn,, Silk 1! . i'. , -.':'.
Hemmetl Linen Handkerchief,,
Harrard Shirts, Fancy Flannel Orershirt,,
w o ol Sbawls!
Turkish Towels fnr Bathing,
Blanket, White Shirts. Amoskeas; Peniraf,
Araoskeag Stripes, Cotton Prill, Brilliants,
Fina TweeO Snit. Bed Quilts,
Merino and Cotton rnderahirts.
Felt and Straw Hat,, Ladie,' Mora,
Men's Sock,, Bridles and Bit,,
Traveling Bags. Etc.. Etc.. Eta.
Best Brand, Kerosene, Card Matches,
Yeast Powder, Sardines,
Soda Crackers, Clothes Pins, Hams,
Bacon. Candles, Pickle, Tobacco,
Cigars, Fine Tea, Oysters,
A Few Clocks,
BROWN SUCAR, Etc., Etc.
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF
OPT SATURDAY, MAY 1st,
At 12 O'rlocfc, Sioon,
Will be aold at Public Auction, at the salesroom of
the undorsigncd, nil tho right, title and interest of
the estate or MESSRS. WALKER A ALLEN, in
ONE UNDIVIDED FOURTH
Situated at HANALEI, KAUAI,
Subject to two mortgages, Tis : A mortgage to Hon.
Elislia II. Allen, of October 4, 1372, recorded in Liber
:td, pages LIT, 138, for $3,000 and interest on same to
June 8, 1374. and a mortgage to Andrew Welch, of
October 4, 1372, recorded in Liber 36, pages 138, 130,
140, amounting in all to $31 .321.29.
The Title to this Interest in the above
Plantation if perfect and guaranteed
clear of all incumbrances ex
cept as above.
THIS PI. v vr A I I) IS IX A H.Ol KISII
in one of tho most leautifnl and eligible spots in the
Kingdom for the SUUAlt CULTljKb, baa nearly
1000 ACRES CAPABLE OF CULTIVATION
ALL NECESSARY MACHINERY!
to Utke off Crops, all now in tuccetsui operation.
For further particulars, apply to
C. BREWER A CO., or to
E. P. ADAMS,
Asslgneo Estato Walker A Alloa.
jx Sales noom
ON FRIDAY, - - - APRIL 30th,
At IO o'rlork A.
Will be Sold
Prints. Denims, Blna Cottoa,
Brown Cotton, Ticking,
Shot. Ladies HaU. Shirts,
Thread, A., A..
Koa Bedstead, Mat trasses,
Chairs, Looagsj, Large Desks,
Sewing Machines, Spy (Haas, aad Table.
C. 8. BARTOW, Aoartieneaar.
BOOKS & STATIONERY
Tho Basis of Our Business.
FIRST. To .nannfartsiro all .wsh Bonk. aad tta
1 1. m ary aa raw be duw. bars aa w.ll aa slssaarlssrs, and
thereby Jlreellj bsoafll oar castoare and oareeln.
RKCOJID. To Bw and Sell Books end Matksa
err so as to make it to the Interest of Jeelers aad (oewwav
ers to come to as In pretsrsaiee to
PUUJV UI DAIRY !
ON SATURDAY, - - - - MAY 1st,
At 12 o'clock, at Salesroom,
Will be offered st public auction, by order of J. L.
KICUARDSOX, mortgagee in possession,
THE LEASE OF
The Large Land of Kalaepohaku, and
For 10 years from January 1, 1878. at a rental of
$130 per annum.
190 to 200 Milch lows, with their Caires
5 HOUSES, 2 MULES,
WAGON AND HARNESS.
MILK PANS, CANS,
Anil all tho utensils for a first-lass dairj ; with the
good wilt of the best paring customers in lionolulu.
For further particulars enquire of J. L. BICHAUD-
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
B. O. II A I I. & BO.-V.
IMP0ETEBS AND DEALERS IK HARDWARE,
Dry Ooods, Paints, Oils and General Merchandise,
S36-ly Corner Fort and King Sts.
KII.I.I-V4.1I AH ft CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IH HARDWARE
Cutlsrr, Dry Ooods, Paints and Oils, and Oenrral Mer
chandise, No. 95, King Street, Honolulu. '-li
jao. s. SMirHtu.
CLEGIIOR.V A Co..
laroarias ad dkalxbs ui
C-rner Queen and Kaahamaaa Streets,
536 ljrl N uusT.il St.. and corner Fort and lintel St.
K. B. I . . -
a. w. . - v
FRIEL A IsAlTVaB.
GROCERIES AND PROVISION DEALERS
Family Grocery an Feed Store,
1 ; M Fort Street, IrasMa
-M A I II .1 I .
MAM I. It.
April 19 Monday S pm ..Hilo.
April M M : . 6 pm.-.ctrcutt of nawaii.
May a Monday 5 pm...IIUo. Kaunakakal both way.
May 10 Monday 5 pm...lllla
May IT Monday 5 pm ...Circuit of Hawaii.
May tt Wednesday.;; pm...'awUlwUL
May SI Monday 5 pm...lillo. Kaunakakal both waya
June 7 Monday A pm...Hllo.
June 11 Monday 4 pm.clrcoit of Hawaii.
Jane 21 Monday 5 pm...llllo a Kaunakakal both waya
June 30 Wedncaday.5 pm. ..Circuit of KauaL
sj- Trip of April 19 the steamer will remain In Hilo
Bay two days.
saar Wbeo there are no cattle to land at Maalaea Bay,
an effort will be made to reach Honolulu Saturday r. at.
SJsr On Down Trips the Hteamer will not leave Makena
cm til 7 am. or later ; and Maalaea Bay until tta-m. or later.
Katets of Passage will be
Successor to John MR,
achinist, Lock and Cun Smith
Sewing Machines repaired; Dealer in Sporting Goods
AgentfortheCelebrated FIJRENCE SEW INU MACHINES
o. t.-ri street, u.,nololu, u. 1. &3G-ly
Thr St. George's Benevolent Society.
TITH ATAI. nETIXG OF THE ABOVE
Society will be held on
Satnrday Evening, May 1, at 7 1-2 o'clock,
AT TBE HAWAIIAN HOTEL,
Tickets for the Supper may be bad at Messrs. CLEUHORX
JAMKS H. WOTIEHOCSE,
H. B. M s Commissioner.
Jjjo. S. SHrrmaw. Sec'y. 'ax 2t
Hooolulu, 19th April, 1875.
P. 8 The Trewaurer earnestly request, that tbe annual
Sul.tcnptionj be promptlm paid before the above eveoiii:.
To or from Kaunakakal, MolokaL....
To or from laahaina, Maul
To or from Maubwa. Maul
To or from Makena, Maul
Tu or from Mahukona. Hawaii
To or from Kawaibae, Hawaii
To or from Kailua, Hawaii
To or from Kaawaloa, Hawaii
To or from Hilo, Hawaii..... .
To or from Kau Coast, Hawaii
Circuit of Hawaii, Bound Trip
To or from any Port on Kauai. ...... ..
REAL ESTATEMIOTEL ST.
ON SATURDAY, . . - - MAY 1st,
At 12 M.( at Salesroom, will be told.
That Valuable Property on Hotel St.,
ADJOINING THE PROPERTY OF J. S. " GREW, M. D.,
And formerly occupied bjr Mr. Win. Fiichar,
With all the Buildings!
And improvements thereon.
Title Perfect. Terma at Hale.
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
a.- We manufacture and Import s.srr deerrlptl.m of Ma
tlonery, carrying huge stocks ol Paper, Envelopes aad Bhaaa
Bonka of our own manufacture. Inks, Slates, etc.
- Oser 1,600 serialise of Blank forma kept In tock.
A. L. BANCROFT A CO.,
53,ly 3ea Francisco, Cal.
FOUNTAIN SALOON RESTAURANT!
J. W. CROWELL, Pbohbiktob,
Xo. 65 Fort street, opposite D. B. Chaso's
Lunch A Ice Cream Room for Ladies.
JOIN TIS. WATERflOUSB
HAS JUST RECEIVED EX
"J. B. FORD," from SAN FRANCISCO
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
He would call the attention of the Trade.
THE t'OM-OWINAJ ARi; A FEW OF THE
BHOWN COTTON DRILLS.
COTTON AND CNI0N TICKINGS,
AMOSKEAG AND OTIIKR DENIMS.
BLUE PEA JACKETS. WHITE SHIRTS,
A VERY LARGE ASSORT OF SADDLES,
Hams, Baeon, Lime,
Golden Gate and Family Floor,
Superfine Flour, Cala. Hay,
to., Ac., Aa.
NO. 10 STORE.
Ladies Colored Kid Glores of th finest quality-,
Gent' do. do.. Fancy Ruffling In variety,
Laco Edgings and Insertions,
Combs, Ladies' Corset.
And many other norelties in tho fancy and other
j'.j At JOHN TUOS. WATERUOUSE.
Auction Sale at Hilo, Haw.
May 8th, 1875.
ONE ENUINE I.ATIIK AND TOOL'S,
One Molassaea Pump,
HU piece, SSi HharUiur.
Hlx ts-lnch Iron Pulleys,
Two sacond-hanU (rntrlfnaal Mac bin ee,
A Lot of Foundry Material,
One DWU.LINO IIOUHE and LK.VHE OF LAND.
The above will be sold at Auction on tbe Sth of Stay next.
In the town of HUo. Wal. ULKIA Tkl, Administrator
Estate of II. MrtAiboin.
HUo, Starch nth. 1175. UI Tl
Circuit of K-uiai. Hound Trip
Deck passage for natives only
AsT No Credit far Psuwsaure Money. -
Ticket sit Use office only.
No berth will be rooaklered aa taken until paid for. Not
responsible for unmarked Baggage or any Freight or Par
cel unless receipted for.
Freight Money Due on Demand.
SAMUEL O. WILDER, AgenU
Office wltb Wilder A Co., corner of Fort A Queen streets
Oregon Sugar-Cured Hams.
T70K SALE BY
B0LLES t CO.
Tmili: ARE AT THE l.olLRXnK.M
Pound. Honolulu, the following; lis tray, :
1 dark bay horse with scratch on neck, and branded on
rurht side AIK, on left All ; had an Knaliab saddle on,
bridle and white woolen saddle cloth. 1 grey bo. se.
wbite feet, branded on the right Y P. 1 grey hone, w! Ite
feet, branded on the right I P, on the left nlLNU. i sor
rel bone, small white spot on forehead, branded EE. 1
light cream colored bene, branded oo the left H in a dia
mond v- 1 hay bone, white streak on forehead- white
hind feet, branded on right A, another brand IndtsilncL
The manes and talis of these sax animal, are covered with
I mottled xrey. right eye injured, branded N on the
left. 1 dark sorrel hone with one while hind foot, and
while spot on forehead. One black the mule, branded on
left X . B. H. KARA X ASCI,
ENGLISH IRON-STOCK ANCHORS WEIGHT
from 100 lbs. to 4000 lbs. For sale by
BOLLES A CO.
HORSES AND MULE !
BT ORDER OF HON. A. F. Jl ll.
ON SATTJEDAY, MAY 1st,
At 13 o'clock Noon, at Hsalea Room.
Will be sold :
ONE MARE i TWO WELL-BRED COLTS
ONEUOOD BfDINU W I I.I-W KM. BROKE
A fine animal.
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
NEW GROCERIES !
FEB STEAMER MACGREGOH,
American Mess Beef, in Bond.
A SMALL LOT for sale by
BOLI.ES A CO.
SALOON PILOT IX CASES AMD UK. CASES
Pilot and Medium Bread,
47 1 BOl.Ua A CO.
BEST CALIFORNIA OAT HAT-For Sale by
to BOLLES A CO,
By Order of tbe Executors of the Will of
John Ii, on
SATURDAY, : : : MAY 8th, 1875,
At 12 JI., at !,
will be told at Public Auction
THE ENTIRE HERD OF CATTLE
Belonging to the late JOHN II, running at Waipio,
Ewa, Oahu, in
Pour 1 ots of IlXty eaoli
Purchasers to hare their choice in turn, according to
priority. Last purchaser to take balance ; after which
THE BK AND HILL BE HOLD !
Six Months Calves will be thrown in.
Delirery on the 13th May.
ft- TERMS CASH.
E. P. ADAMS,
J'lHIis HfuAR IIREU lltlV
CMC staeked Beet.
S-'aaesi .H t rest kj Bavrsa
Cases California Cream Cheese!
Cases Pine Apple Cheese.
Cases Eastern Ckxfinh,
Cases Limn Items,
Cases Green Cons,
Cutting & Co's Assorted Fruits.
Axat. Crackers latin. Calav Cracker onsp'y .
Case, and qr. boxes Haiooo Bread,
Cases Callornas Cam, sal, aSSh bssxx,
CMS rallfbrnla Cracked Wheat, 1Mb bears,
Caeea California Wheat Meal,
Cala. Golden Gate Flour, qr. sks
Orcwon OmtM, Oresoa Brmo,
BIGS HEW CALIFORNIA POTATOES !
Cental allium 1st Osslossa,
Casssra CssUfearalss Taralpsx,
Caeea Oreayan rns Msnswt, 1 sawi S aa.
Case P. A XL Yeast Powder.
Ferr Male Low sat
H. E. MclNTYRE & BRO.
A WEEKLY REWSNPIR, PRINTED II WWIJUI,
Edition, 4,000 Copies !
ptisssa sa st Teste. pajrstels is,
AdTs'tiiiBialsaad risxlull ssfcetke aTaokss ada w
rendered la Hawattaa. tf Jesh-sd, frs of cassrxa. PV
lioatksn oaVe, la th krwar ixrAaAsaaal raasa of last
Tins ia. ii BsuUss. AD ssaasaMsjsasatlaasa
esa-ly IL M. WHTT5IT, Pahliaker.