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. lest - Kan Francleo. Immediately on the arrive: of the man. from London
,,.e .e-ers nes-n rnirvrw lor seven months : and In
superceded In August or September by new and superior boats.
nnc tne time wnen tne "teamen, will be due at Mi port and at San Fr.e.
case a new line Is Inangu rated
for the superior speed of the
Fusses of the Moon for me Month of May, 18:
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w note the arrival frum bai. Frajici-ai of twogaam, .hips
tl.e pest week, one huobd to Jams Island, aud the other to
The steamer yphreoea, arrived on the 3d insL, 23 days
treat Bydoy. Bbe brooght a few packages of marrhandlse
1 tin- SSft, and sailed on the morning of the 4th for Ban
I raneescu, taking oat a good freight consisting of sugar, rice,
lM.mi.a-. Ar. 11 . r cabin eccooiluodatiinis were nearly all oc
ruliied In- tlirongii passeugers, and additional arrangements
were male in order to accommodate a number of those who
last cabiu passage In her from here.
We hare now no vassal in port loading for San Francisco,
though the brig Ijsgsl Tender and bark D C Murray will soon
tie ol the kierth. Taking the average passage during this
eaeoti in ! 'met years, we look foi the latter veeael In a few
days. Up to oar latest dates the Murray had not arrived over.
blup ryreu hs.l arrived at New Bedford in l!H days from
Honolulu the beat passage yet made by her. Her cargo of
all would meet a good market.
Our advices from Ban Francisco, by the ship Valley Forge,
are Is the lath ult. We note no important changes in the
market quotations, unless it be in the price of coffee, which
hu receded about 3c a pound, and it quoted at 17(a.lc for
Manila ao.i Central American. Kugar hat advanced a shade,
and best grades are quoted at lojyloc. Pulu dull at v.i,
luc. Bice heavj at j7c.
f rom byiluey we have dstea to the 10th of April. Eager
was still heavy, the finer aorta being quoted at 36. Bice in
demsod at 27 la. 28 equal to aa0)4c.
It. Aucklaud. very little has been dune in sugars, and that
at very low rates.
At nan Franeiecn the schooner Legal Tender was loading
f i thai port, to sail on the 17th. She is Icily due.
I'OICI Ol HUUMLIi.
.OTEJ OF THE 44 I l k.
srir'Steamer Mikado is fully doe to-dej from Sai
Francisco, with dates to April 27.
s- A letterfrom Hikodadi, Japan, dated April
5, reports the barks Arctic and Triton at tbat port
cican, oonnd aoon to the Arctic.
JNCS.KLT IJLK.Brii; Robert Ciiwan. Cspt. CTnnr.
Iefl8ydncy March 19th for this port, and therefore
fifty dire out to day.
His Excellency Governor Dominis paid an
official visit yesterday to H. I. G. M. 8. Arcona, and
was received with tbe nsnal bonora.
i&f The steamer Cyptircnes srrived promptly on
the Sd, according to our time tabic; aod we expect
to see tbe Mikado in to day on time.
tW The Pensscola's reception days arc tbe second
and fourth Tuuradays of each month. As ibere
were five Thursdays In April, the next reception
day will be the 13th Instant, if tbe ship is in port.
i-ff Tbe strone sprine trades have set in, though
some two weeks later than they usually arc. The
fine rain on Saturday last eeeini to bare spread itself
over tbe whole of Oabu.
X3T The report of there having been a tidal wave
on Hawaii some two weeks since, appears to have
been incorrect. A beavy surf or kaikoo prevailed
all over tbe group about that time, caused probably
by a heavy storm near tbe islands. There bas been
no tidal wave of volcanic oriein. that we can learn.
during the past month.
Apr St 8Vhr Prinee. Beck, from Kona and Kan. Cargn : 135
bis pulu, 10 cds Wood, 145 bgs coffee, 16 bdlt goat
skins. 4 hogs, 204 bdls nwa roots, 4S bdls cane, 20
tin h- banauas, 2 bas aiid 6 bdls potatoes, 3 bx. fish,
2 bgs cocoauuts, 1 rl mat.
. lin tser. frigate Arcona. Von Retbnita, 24 dys from
May 1 bebr Mary Kllen, Nana, from Kohala.
Mr.ir Iwilsuaa. Mairiiant, from Windward Ports.
Cars" : 26t! bides, 4 lidls gnat skins. 2 bgs fungus,
1U ck- tallow, h bis wool, 42 kgs sugar, i kge but
ter, 10 Isjrs ciinee, 1 4 bgs 1 risb potatoes, 1 borse
ii chicken 7 pigs and sundries.
4 belli Kauioi, Kcvuoldn.fr.ini Kabului. Cargo : 650
kgs sugar, 87 bides, louu feet koa lumber. IS pas
Bebr ' ettie Merrill. Craue, from Laliaina. Curoo:
111.', okas sugar.
rcbr Kinau. Abulbala. from Maliko. Cbrpo : 474
page sugsr. iskj leei Boa lumber.
Bchr Mile Morris, Lema, from Molokal.
Scbr Active, Puaalnwa, from llaualei. Cargo : 004
1 kg- sugar, t bills molassee 2 passengers.
Am si. Vallei Forge. Ames. 17 dsrs fni ban Fran'ro
S Pi stnir Cypbrenee, Wood, 23 days from tydney via
Auckland, l. daya
btmr hilauea. Marcliant. from se in dlstreaf.
4 rVbr llattie, Kimo, from Nawiliwili. Carso: 486
peg- sugsr, 1 bbl tallow. 2 passeugers .
Haw iig Onward, Gilley. for cruise.
6 Scl. l ....... . holies, from Kauai.
6ch Aunlc, from Uilo,
Apr 29 chr Jenny, William, for Kona and Kan.
Bchr llattie. Klmo, for Nawiliwili.
Scbr Manuokawal, Kalanao. for Moloaa.
Bchr Pauabi. Ilopu. for Uilo.
bchr Warwick. John null, for Molokal.
30 Bchr Fairy gueen, Pent, for Kohala.
Br stnir Cyphreuea, for San Francisco.
Pttnr Kilauea, Merchant, fir Windward Ports.
May 3 Br. bk Cera Tusl, for Portland.
Bchr Mary Ellen. Mane, for Uilo.
4 ctuir Kilauea. Merchant, for Windward Ports.
rVbr Active. Poaahiwa. fir Kohala.
Scbr Ksmoi, Reynolds, for Kabului.
S lit "vettu Merrill, t'r.ttie. I -r Lstiftina.
Scbr Kinau. Abuihala. f..t Maliko.
Am. b Valley Forge, for Enderbnry Is.
From Wiulaard Porta, per stmr Kilauea. May 1 Captain
... shannon, Mrs lis.--. Hi- Ea w L MassaavsasV
Mrs Moeb ..nua. J B Kennedy, wife and rliild. E Probart. U
K Aiken. Pr Enders. F W Hutchison, K T O'llalloran, Miss
M Aleiander, Mrs 11 Cornwell, Bishop Maigret, B W Kawai
naL and M deck.
For Ban Frandaco. per S. 8. Cyphrenes, May 4. P C Jones
s wife. Mtsa Mass Ureatbouse, Mr F banning wlfeaScbU
drea. Mr F L Clarke, Mr E Fustenau. Mr Folgrr, Prol W
liarknes.. Mi's shannon. Mrs Watt. Mrs Cap! Hayes. Mr a
Mrs Kennedy a child. Mrs Parker N Mekeee child. Miss Nel
lie hlakee. Mis E F Adams, nurse a 3 children, and 11 in
tW The store of Messrs. Dillingham 4 Co., was
entered on the night of the 29th, through the roof.
An attempt was made by tbe burglar to burn tbe
till, but it proved unsuccessful. Tbe only article
missed was a revolver. A reward of f-100 bas been
ffured by the Marshal for tbe detection of the party,
but so far witbout a response.
Ckkditable. On the passoee of tbe Steamer
Cyphrenes to Australia, a passenger fell overboard on
tbe night of the 7th or March. A boat was Imme
diately manned and lowered, and in twenty minutes
tbe man was recovered, though in an insensible state.
By the prompt use of remedies, tbe surgeon and pur
ser succeeded in resuscitating tbe lifeless body. The
accident occurred during a very dark night, and the
promptness with which the boat was lowered and
search made deserves specisl mention.
XS Dr. L. H. Gullck, who was recently located
In Italy, has been deputed to visit the missions of
the A. B. C. F. M. in Turkey. We learn from the
Missionary herald, tbat be was at Sivas ou the last
Sabbath in November, aud Mr. Kiggs wrote from
there November 30: "Notice was given tbat Dr.
Gulick would sjienk Sabbath afternoon, and the
consequence was that tbe chapel was filled to over
flowing, and Dr. G. addressed a deeply Interested
aud attentive audience for about an hour. Never
before bad they heard the story of successful mis
sionary work among idolaters and cannibals from
the lips of one who had himself been engaged iu
that work, aud I believe that no one who was pre
sent yesterday afternoon can ever forget the scene.
Mr. Farnsworth acted as Interpreter, and saved
many ol the bits of pathos and butnor which a less
succseslul trauslator might have spilled out."
For bee. per brig Onward, May 420 Mils flour, 00 cs bread
: bbks pork. 1 cl rope, 42 bbls beef, 0 bbla molasses. 200 lbs
coffee, 2 kgs sugar. 25 bgs sweet potatoes, 60 bgs Irish
le. I bkts gin, agzs gfls snooks.
F.e Eaderbnry Island, per ah Valley Forge, May 42 bales
bags, 7 bbla and 1000 lbs beef, 1 bbl pork, 4 els rope, 28 es
bread. 10.000 lbs petal.
For Ban rYaroieco, per B. 8. Cyphrenes, May 4.-272 bales
pulu. 160 ban rice, Mt2 pkgs sugar, 14 bxi betel leaves, 11
Hli goat skins, 2 hides, 686 bnchs bananas. 103 bgs paddy,
For Portland, Oregon, per Brk Cam Taal, May 3.-B26 kgs
Naval. His Imperial German Majesty's ship
Arcona, arrived on Friday last, 24 days from Yoko
hama, Japan, homeward bound. 8he is a corvette
carrying 16 guns, bas 380 men, and registers 2320
tons. The following Is a list of her officers
Cbptain UaaoN von Rbibxitk.
Capta in- L icaf crw nt K arch er.
('urfdte. .icurstin Scbwsrrloae.
' . ear Set Klausa,
Lieutenant tur See Flschel.
UnUr-Lieutenant rur Set Draeger.
Vnirr-Lieutenant tur Set Thiele.
Vnter-Lieutenant rur See Borckenbagen.
Unter-Lieutenant tur Set Oelrirhi.
Cuter -Lieutenant tur See Saruow.
Servnie Lieutenant Graf von Moltks.
Staff Surgeon Dr. Boehr.
Engineer Atnann. And nineteen midshipmen.
The Arcona will remain in port about ten days
when she will proceed to Maiatlan and thence down
the South American Coast, homeward bound.
From Sydney and Auckland, per 8. 8. Cyphrenes, May 3.
... . ; cs 1 rsk a 1 parcel stationary. 1 bale leather,
6 cs opium, 1 cs dry goods, 1 cask a 1 case port wine, 1 pkg
Tbe Colobado Potato Bug From an article in
the btrramento Vnion, we clip tbe following relative
to this newly discovered peat. " This insect is a true
beetle, belonging to tbe great sub-order coleoptrra;
that is. the bard-winged, or sheath-winged, insects,
l uder this sob-order it is a member of tbe family of
leal eaters- the chryunmeiida of the entomologists
and here, with tbe name at tbe bead of this article,
the insect nnder consideration may be found. The
e doryphoria decemliHeata) is given it on
unt of the tea longitudinal black lines found on
its back, which alternate with orange or yellow
stripes In sire it is about four-tenths of an Incb
long, and about three tenths wide, and in general
shape it much reaembles a miniature May beetle.
Is common with all members of its group, it un
dergoes several transformations. It is first a liny
egg of a yellowish color ; then it batches into a little
orange colored grub, which at length becomes half
ttlaich long; Ibeu it burrows into tbe ground and
changes into a chrysalis, in which condition it is in
active, and it finally hatches from this condition
into the perfect beetle form, partially described
above. Ttieae changes require tor their full comple
tion from forty to fifty days, so in the same season,
there may be three broods in succession.
At to their habits, perhaps, little need be said.
As is well known they feed upon tbe leaves of tbe
potato and allied plants. They will, when bard
pseaet-i lot food, eat the potato tubers which may
happet to be iu their way : but the stories told
about their borrowing luto tbe earth to get at tbe
tubers are not to be believed".
The Sixth Akkcal Meeting of the T. M. C. A,
was held on Friday evening, April 30tb, a large
number of members and invited guests being present.
The record of the past year proves that this organi
zation is no mere experiment or hasty impulse of
the moment, but that it bas a life and force, increas
ing, not diminishing with years. The members of
the Association were the guests of tbe retiring
President, W. W. Hall, Esq., at the residence of his
sister, Mrs. P. C. Jones. The charming sociality of
the occasion and the generous hospitality of tbe
host, made the gathering one of the most delightful
In the history ol the Society. Short addresses were
made by Rev. 8. C. Damon, aod Prof. Moore. The
Address of the retiring President will be found m
another column, which was delivered on the occa
sion, together with the Treasurer's Report. The
following officers were elected for the coming year:
T. H. Daviea President
H. Wsterhouse Vice President
E. C. Damon Secretary
C. Cooke Treasurer Friend
The receipts for tbe past year were $318.25 and tbe
expenditure the same amount.
By the clippers Garnet and Valley Forge, we have
foreign advices from San Francisco to April 15, and
from our files we glean the following summary:
In the Beeeher-Tilton trial, the testimony of Mr.
Beecher was nearly conclnded. Hit denials of the
charges made by Tilton are very positive.
It ia stated in the New York 7W6ue that Mrs. Til-
ton will offer herielf as a witness in the Beecher case
and it ii said Judge Neilson will permit her if both
sides will consent to it. Beecber'a testimony yester
day was chiefly in contradict of Mrs. Moulton's
Tbe Massachusetts Liquor hill, as a sobstitute for
the present prohibitory law, finally passed tbe Hi. use.
It require! the Governor's signature to become a law.
Tbe bill prohibits tbe open sale of liquors over the
bar, but provides for licenses in connection with ho
tels and restaurants. It also dispenses with tbe
State police and seixurei to enforce it.
Bosron, April 3. The vein on tbe Cbipman-Suter
lode, in Newburyport. was opened to-day half-way be
tween tbe Chipman and Bornton shafts, and a solid
seam of tbe best ore yet discovered found about five
meat, and settles the question tbat the Chipman lode
feet below tbe surface. It is a molt astounding develop
is not anything but an immense vein widening an
inch and a half at every foot of descent and of un
A carriage and span of horses was presented to
Cardinal Met loskey by a few prominent Catholics of
The Citittu says of the Connecticut election, that
the patent lesson of tbe result is tbat the Republican
party cannot uecesafully undertake to approve and de
fend the errors of its national administratioc, and the
name of tbe President is not a potent rallying cry
east or west ; and if there ever was a design on the
part of anybody to make him a Republican candidate
for a third term, tbe Connecticut election is a signifi
cant warning tbat it will not do to try it.
Havana. April 5th. A terrible case of fanaticism
occasioned by spirit rapping, is now undergoing in
vestigation at Pequardeliro. A toother believing that
she was acting under tbe orders of spirits, has toin
out the eyes of ber son.
Loxooa, April 6. Cardinal Manning bas arrived
in London. The Catholic geutry of England will in
a few days present him with a gratuitous address and
testimonial of 5000 guineas.
April 2. A Calcutta special states that indications
of a seditious and rebellious spirit are rife among the
natives in the Mahratta District, and cause some un
easiness. Since tbe close of the trial of (Juieowara
at Barada, these symptoms have been on tbe increase.
April 12. In tbe House of Commons to-day, Lewis
asked what course tbe Oovernment would take if the
independence of Belgium was imperiled in consequence
of ber rejection of Prussia's demands. Disraeli said
there had been great misrepresentation and exaggera
tion in the matter of the Prussian note. It was not
a menace, but was only a remonstrance. No rejoin
der bad been made to Belgium's answer, and he be
lieved the question was concluded. Germany had
shown her cordiality for Kogland by communicating
to her tbe correspondence. In conclusion, Disraeli
declared that were Belgium's neutrality threatened,
her Majesty's Government were prepared to do their
duty to its sovereign and would not fear to meet Par
There are eight ecclesiastics at present imprisoned
in Pusen alone. It is said that tbe German Govern
ment has arrested the Papal delegate who secrectly
administered the archbishopric since the arrest of Lo
doehowski. The London Timet correspondent at Berlin tele
graphs that it is anticipated that the old laws forbid
ding intercourse between the Pope and the Catholic
clergy in Prussia, except through tbe Government,
will be reenacted, and measures will be introduced
wholly suspending the Papal authority in Prussia
until the Pope shall abandon bis pretension to cancel
tbe laws of tbe Kingdom.
Tbe North German Gazette, a semi-official paper,
undertakes to controvert tbe positiou taken recently
by the Berlin Putt in relation to certain acts of France
and concerning tbe peace of Europe. The Paris
Joniteur and tbe French press generally say that
France is unanimous for peace, and she is not con
spiring against any one.
The Berlin Putt states that its article of the 9th
instant, on the indieation of a possibility of war, was
not inspired by the Government.
Berlin, April I lth. Tbe Roman Catholic Bishops,
soon after Conference at Fulda, addressed a petition
to tbe Emperor William in person, remonstrating
against the withdrawal of State grants, to the main
tainance of which they declared the honor of Prussia
pledged. They also protest against being required to
obey unconditionally the State laws. The Ministers
authorised by the Emperor have replied, expressing
regret that the Bishops should object to obeying the
laws which are always obeyed in other countries, and
adding that tbe Bishops would have preserved the
fatherland from tbe peace-disturbing confession if
they bad remained faithful to their own conrictions
and the warnings which they proclaimed before the
The North German Gazette accepts as reassuringthe
disavowal of warlike intentions by tbe French Presi
dent. The Berlin Pott says the draft has been com
pleted of a bill prohibiting religious orders in Prus
sia except those employed in nursing tbe sick.
The Berlin Pott, a ministerial journal, has a lead
ing article saying that recent erents unfortunately
render it too probable thatthe present French Assem
bly, fearing that there will be a Republican majority
in the next Assembly inclined to peace, are anxious
to precipitate a war for revenge under the auspices
of Marshal MacMahon and the Orleans Princes.
Other points are stated to show tbat war in Europe
may soon take place ; but the prospects mentioned
may be construed another way, and very plausibly,
too. Later accounts indicate tbat there is not so much
danger as bas been apprehended.
Britlaila Religions la.tellleea.ee
" The Recriptt of the British and Foreign
Bible Society for the past year, arising from
the usual sources, have amounted to 220,766
1 8. 2d., and adding the contributions for spe-
cieal objects, the total receipts have reached
220,904 U. I0d., or 91, 104,820. The Pait
mrntt for translating, printing, and circulating
the Scriptures in the first year of the Society's
existence were 691. Last year they amounted
to 210,183 14. Od."
A recent report says that "the Society has
had a direct or indirect share in the transl:
tion, printing, or distribution of 8criptures in
two hundred and ten languages or dialects,
the number of versions thus printed being two
hundred and sixty-ciht. Daring the seventy
years of its existence, the Society has put into
circulation more than seventy-one million Bi
bles, Testaments, and Portions ; and its ex
penditure for this purpose has exceeded seven
millions and a half sterling ($37,500,000.)
The CnrncH Missionary Society. The
ast report of this Society (for 1873-74, the
75th year) presents a very favorable account
of its financial condition. The ordinary income
is given as 196,525 12s. 1 Irf., ($982,628). The
expenditures were 186,118 5. I0d., (3930,
591 ) ; leaving a balance on hand of something
over $52,000. But in addition to this ordinary
income, there were large gifts to be invested,
the interest only to be used, and contributions
for special purposes, so that in all, the report
states, " in the space of one year there have
been committed to the administration of the
Committee, funds amounting in the whole to
the unprecedented total of 261,211 " Sl,306,
105). The number of Missionaries employed, na
tive and foreign, is 2,632. Number of stations
(English) Wesleyax Methodist Mis
Sioxaby Society. The home receipts of this
Society, for its last reported year, were 122,-
092 7s. Irf.; the foreign receipts, from afiliated
conferences and mission districts, $45,902 14s.
Id.; total, 167,995 Is. 8d. ($839,975). The
total expenditures, 160,458 7s. 5rf. ($832,292.)
Arrivals at the Hawaiia Horn,
Pr Bofhe, Staff Surgeou. 8 L Austin a son, Onosnee.
Geo E Aiken. Man!
(rFB Enders. afanl.
Itrs CoruwelL Meal.
Miss M Lousada, MaaL
I L Clarke, Haleakala.
Mr. II E Clark. Hew Zealand.
Mrs Mrs Graham, V Z.
B D Warner. London.
L Forbes, 1 n don-
Harry Montague, San Tran.
Mr Kenne.1,. wife s cb'ld. Cal fenor A Oonaalea, '
S M Fi-teer. San Francisco. Louis Brown, London.
Miss Florence Shannon, CaL S W Brown, Auckland, N.
Mr Creyke, London. Edwin llomstj, "
Mi jor Palmer. K. K London. Henry Adams, Cyphrenes.
Mr Komilla, Australia.
Olive Ccltitre Dr. John D. Scott, of this city
bas an interesting and instructive paper. In tbe last
Agriculturist, on "Tbe Cultivation of the Olive in
California." He shows bow easily and cheaply tbe
frees ma; be grown, giving the best method of pro
pagation, their beauty aa an ornamental tree, their
commercial value, medical and mechanical uses, etc.
He says: " A fall-grown tree produces from 50 to 75
gallons of oil annually, which, at $4 50 per gallon,
wonld far outstrip in value any other fruit tree the
farfami'd Los Angeles orange not excepted." He
urges fruit culturists to devote more attention to
this valuable tree. .San Jot Jiemiry.
Not a Success. It seems that the new floating
saloon steamship Btssetner, which was to cross tbe
English Channel without maklnc her passengers sea
sick, bas not turned out the success tbat was antici
pated. At least it is asserted by English papers thst
she is only half a success," and tbe plain Inter"
pretstion of that, in ber case, must be that tbe prin
ciple of antomstic action on which the inventor
relied does not work well. Of course she can only
be a success If there is an absence of all sensible
motion in the swinging saloon. If tbe saloon shares
the motion of the ship to an appreciable extent and
bis seems to be tbe case no real gain will have
By E- P. ADAMS.
Regular Cash Sale !
ON FRIDAY, MAY 7Jh,
At hair-pswl a A. In mt Sale ntootw.
For Sydney, N. S. W.
The A. S. II. Co's Fine Steamship
Music, Tableaux and Recitations !
Will BE (.Hl BY THE TOI'NO LA
DIM of tlie MISSIONARY GLEANERS BO
CIETY nt Buffnm's Hall, on the
EVENING OF FRIDAY. MAY 14th !
The proceeds are to be used in forming a fund for the
fiirthfr (.iMTntions of Hie !oc.etv.
Doom open at Seven O'clock, EnterUlnraent to begin at
i 1 ti
niT.ii.v r ioohe.
WILL SAIL for SYDNEY, N. S. W.
On or ubont May Oth.
All freight Intended for Shipment per Steamern either to
.San Francisco or the Colonies will be received In the
.Steamer Warehouse Free of Ntormjre.
The Agents will give a Warehouae-Recelpt for all Mer
chnadlse, but will not be responsible for low by fire.
mr For Freight and PMMffe, to Sydney, Nw
Zealand and Melbourne, apply to
ii V. BltKWKR A Co., AffenM.
J- ST RF.f'KIVF.n FROM I.OMlll V. A LOT
nf Stephen's BLACK WRITING INK, tUe best ever
onen-'l In the market For aale hv
&-"n; H. JJ. WHITNEY
12 Gobbler, from a
to 20 mnnthsolrl,
22 to 40 lbs each,
for sale now.
Hens 14 to
40 to 50 pounds
per pair at ma
BEAHMAS, LEGHORNS, H0UDANS.
l-xii. Iri sh, pnrp, trtie to nnine ; well-packed
lo h i i. h nrter sirrlvnl.
For Illustrated Circular and Prlce-Ust, address
M. EYRE, Napa, Cal., V. B. A.
Ferrets, Babbitt, Pigeons.
Please state where you saw this advertisement.
Bark 'KA MOI,'
t AIT. II. CARREU,
Will Sail for the above Port about May 10.
For Freight or passage, apply to
H. II ACKFELD CO.. Agents.
Tara Er. aLTprca as a Hcauta. The beantifal
saade tree Kaealvptas has recently become famous as
a reliever of rheumatic pains. It has long borne an
envialie re natation as an absorbent of the poisonous
Biaaasa ertich prodacas chills and fever, or ague, and
aaar k is beading dosm with balm sweater than that
of Giiead for ashing rheumatic bones. A eorrespond
at a the 'ail Araut recently testified to its mar-
veiciai qua ities, and this testimony coming to the ears
in ban f rsxeieoo, they nave riven corro-
i laeaee. Tbey report to the Call that they
tae leaves applied to toe afflicted parts of 1
latere from tb:s nainfal disease, in each of
aaah tae relief aforded eras almost immediate, with
' ; nt : of being permanent. A remedy so simple
w-aasearta trying " J
Death of T. T. Docohzktt. This gantleman,
formerly a resident of Honolulu, died in Philadelphia
April 2d. Tbe Philadelphia Inquirer gives the follow
ing sketch of him: "Thomas Tcmplcton Dough
erty was born in this city on September 23d, 1828.
In 1848 he went to San Fraocisco, and Joined " the
California Pioneers." In 1851, he visited Honolnln.
Hawaiian Islands. Alter the treaty was made by
Cammodort Perry with tte Japanese Government,
in company with Mr. II . id, formerly of this city, the
schooner S. E. Eoote was chartered, and with a cargo
of stores for wbalesblps, they proceeded to Japan,
(tbe 8. E Footc being the first American merchant.
man allowed to enter any port in Japan), intending
to commence business for snpplyinc whalemen with
ahlp stores. Tbe Japanese at first refused In viola
tion of the treaty to permit Dougherty and Rcld and
their families to land, but afterward agreed that if
Dougherty would take tbe officers and crew of the
Russian frigate Diana, which frigate had been wreck
ed, to tbe Amoor river, Rcld and tbe families might
land, and with tbe cargo occupy a temple until the
return of Dougherty and the schooner. Dougherty
having run the English and French blockading ships,
succeeded in landing tbe Russians on Russian terri
tory, and returned to Japan, where be found Ills
partner and the families enjoying the hospitality (?)
of tbe Japaneae Guards. Tbe American part; were
then notified to leave, and tbat they wonld not be
permitted to transact business anywhere In Japan.
During Dougherty's absence in tbe schooner bis
partner managed to exchange part of the cargo for
Japan wares. With tbe schooner tbe expelled mer
chants went to San Francisco. Dougberty returned
to and resumed business in Honolulu, in 1865 a
whaling Teasel, of which Dougberty was five-eighths
owner, was destroyed at tbe Island of Ascencion, 8.
P., by tbe so-called Confederate cruiaer Shenandoah.
Dougberty came to his native city and Washington
to attend to Ms claims under tbe Geneva Award and
Japanese indemnity ; but the late terrible weather
prematurely cut short his life."
The Regitter't calculations of the wheat harvest
show that there are 868,000 acres devoted to wheat
growing, and that the produce will be 10,000,000
bushels. The estimated surplus will be a shade ore
Blondin, after attracting one-half of the colony, or
something like 90,000 people, to see his performances
has left tbe colony.
tne tvangeiical Alliance has decided to invite
Messrs. Moody and Sankey to visit Adelaide.
Mr. Consul Truer entertained the German colonists
at dinner on the anniversary of the birthday of the
Emperor of Germany.
The larrikin nuisance is very prevalent, and several
heavy punishments have been inflicted.
M. Blondin, the tight-rope dancer, was presented
with a gold medal at the Opera House.
The imports of last year amount to nearly 17,
000,000, and the exports to over 15,000,000, this
being 140,000 over those of the previous year.
Messrs. Gibson A Co. have held a large sale of
Shorthorns and Herefords for Messrs. Robertson
Brothers, of Colao. There was a large attendance of
buyers and breeders from all the colonies. The bid
dings were spirited, and prices in excess of those ob
tained last year. Shorthorn bulls brought up to 510
guineas each ; heifers 450 guineas ; Hereford bulls
550 guineas heifers. 250 guineas. The sum total for
between 300 and 400 animals was over (20.600.
The Government Printer has just issued tbe Cus
toms returns for this colony for the year 1874. From
these it appears that the total imports amounted to
16,953,985, showing an increase of 420,130, and
the total exports to 15,441,109, increase 138,655.
The export of gold amounted to 4.053.283. showing
a falling-off of 1,100,000 as compared with the pre
vious year, but which deficiency was partially made
up by the exports of coined gold, which amounted to
1,354,751, being 256,736 more than in 1873. The
wool exported in 1874 weighed 88.662,011 lbs., valued
at 6.373,641, as against 7.479,882 lbs., valued at
5,728,638, exported in 1873. The Customs revenue,
from all sources shows a falling-off. The amount
collected in 1873 was 1,864,616 as against 1,840,
470 in 1874, and it is very remarkable that the falling-
on is rather in necessaries than in luxuries, for the
duties paid on the latter hare increased.
AND WAIMEA !
K TW Jk. I L E !
ItOM.rs. M AS I Ml-
Will have recnlar dUpatrh for the above named Porta,
no and after the 5th of November next, until further notlcx.
Freight and Passage Uken at the Lowest Rates.
-12 BOLLES dt CO., Agents.
WHEREAS, IT HAH COME to tbe Koowl
edge of tbe undersigned tbat certain parties To
I n Ii m u have maliciously circulated a report, to the
effect that the KWiMner Knmalle advertised as a re
gular purkf t between Honolulu and the ports of Koloa
and Waimea. Hauai, toaboutto discontinue her regu
lar trips to the above named ports ; now we desire that It
b distinctly underJ-Uxxl, thut the rtuid Schooner ia under a
contract with the Koloa Plantation to run regularly forth
term of one year from the first November, 1874, and that
she will accordingly continne to run to the Porta of Koloa
and Waimea, as advertised, barring accidents.
We hereby caution the authors of the above reports, that
tbey will be held responsible for all loss or damage result
ing in consequence of such false representations made by
W4 BOLLES A Co., Agents.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Tbe A. S. N. Co.'s Fine Steamship
flTY OF MELBOURNE,"
CAPT. J, W. BROWN,
WILL SAIL for SAN FRANCISCO
On or about May 3t9th.
All freight intended for shipment per Steamers either to
San Francisco or tbe Colonies will be received In the
Steamer Warehouse Kree of Ntora.
The Agents will give a Ware house-Receipt for all Mer
chandise but will not be responsible fur loss by tire.
mr For Freight and Paaaaffe, or any further Infor
mation, apply to
634 O. BREWER A CO., AR-eutft.
OAHU PACKET !
For Waialua and Koolauloa!
THE CLIPPER SLOOP
KE H.OII AM I. If ASTER,
WILL HAVE REGULAR DISPATCH,
On and after Monday, -Mart-h th,
CALLING AT THE PORTS OF
Freights and Passage at the Lowest Pos
J, I. DOWSETT.
FANCY GOODS, &c.
Fine Prints, Mnsllns, Linen Drills.
Brown Cottons, Whits Cottons, Marino,
Victoria Lawns, Silk Handaerehiefs,
Hemmed Linen Handaerehiefs,
Harvard Shirts, Fancy Flannel OversbirU,
Turkish Towels for Bathing,
Blankets. White Shirts, Amoskeaa; Denims,
Amoskeag Stripes, Cotton Drill, Brilliants,
Fine Tweed Suits, Bed Quilts,
Merino and Cotton Undershirts,
Felt and Straw Hats, Ladies' Hose,
Men's Socks, Bridles and Bits.
Traveling Bap, Etc., Etc, Etc
Best Brands Kerosene, Card Matches,
Yeast Powder, Sardines,
Soda Crackers, Clothes Pins, Hams,
Bacon, Candles, Pickles, Tobacco,
Cigars, Fine Tea, Oysters,
&. Few Clocks,
BROWN SUCAR, Etc., Etc.
A Choice Lot of
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
Bj C. 8. BARTOW.
At Sales Room
ON THUBSDAY. - - - MAY 6th,
AS lo avefacat A. K-,
Will he Sola
LOT OF DRY GOODS !
TICK HI as
SHOES, HATS. HSttUXKT.
ALSO. A LOT Or
FTTRN1T U JrL2 1
KESS AUD BACM OF BaXOWW BTtlAat.
C. S. BARTOW. Auctioneer.
ly Order of tbe Executor, of the Will of
John Ii, on
SATURDAY, : : : MAY 8th, 1875,
At 12 X, mt telMroom,
will be sold at Public Auction
THE ENTIRE HERD OF CATTLE
lelonging to the late JOHN II, running at Waipio,
Ewa, Oahu, in
Pour lots of THfty onoh
Purchasers to have their choice in turn, according to
rioritv. Last purchaser to take balance ; after which
rilK II KAMI'S Will. BE HOLD!
Six Monthi Calves will be thrown in.
Delivery on the 13th Maj.
pa- TEKMS CASH.
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
ON SATURDAY, - - - MAY 8th,
At 111 o'clock, at taalearoom,
Will be offered at public auction, by order of J. L
RICHARDSON, mortgagee in possession,
The Large Land of Kalaepohaku, and
For IO rears from Januarv 1, 1S76, at a rental of
$150 per aonam.
190 to 200 Milch Cows, with their Calves
i HORSES, 2 MULES,
WAGON AND HARNESS,
MILK PANS, CANS,
And all the utensils for a Brat-class dairy ; with the
good will of the best paying customers in Honolulu.
For further particulars enquire of J. L. RICHAKD-
E. P. ADAMS. Auctioneer.
t t MA.M lilt.
Whereas tbe Undersigned bas this day
been appointed by Hon. A. ForoaDder, Circuit
Judge 2d Judicial District, H I., Administrator pro
tern of tbe Estate of 0. J. Harris, lata of Lahaina,
Maui, deceased. Notice is hereby eiven to all persons
having claims against tbe said Estate to present the
Fame properly authenticated, whether secured by
mortgage or otherwise, within six months from date,
or be forever barred. And all persons indebted to
said Estate are requested to make immediate payment
10 me l naemcnea, at nis omce in the Court House
in Lahaina, Maui, and all persons haTine any pro
perty or anything of value belonging to the Estate of
me sua u. j. Hams in tneir care or beeping are
nercoy requester to deliver up tne same to tbe Under
signed at his office aforesaid.
THOS. W. EVERETT,
Temporary Administrator of Estate of 0. J. Harris.
Lahaina, Apnl 7, 1875. 535 4
May 10 Monday 5 pm...Hflo.
May 17 Monday 5 pm... Circuit of Hawaii.
May 26 Wedneaday.S pm...NawtliwllL
May 31 Monday 5 pra...Ulloa Kaunnvkakai both ways
June 7 Monday fi pm.IUlo.
June II Monday 5 pm... Circuit of Hawaii.
June 21 Monday S pm.HUoaKaunakakal both ways
June 30 Wednesday. i pm... Circuit of Kauai
sj-T When there are no cattle to land at Maalaea Bay,
an effort will be made to reacb Honolulu Saturday p. k.
ST On Down Trips the Hteamer will not leave Makena
until Tim. or later ; and Maalaea Bay until 9 am. or later.
Rates of Pastatase will be
To or from Kaunakakal, Molokal...
To or from Lahaina. M .......... .
To or from Maalaea, Maul
To or from Makena, Maul
To or from Mahukona, Hawaii
To or from Kawalhae, Hawaii
To or rronr Kailua, Hawaii
Something New for the Girls!
Gold and Silver Perforated Card Board
Gold and Silver Paper,
White Perforated Card Board.
For Hale by
516 Im H. M. WHITNEY.
CI1M IIMM1 AIIOI r 20,000 HAWAIIAN
WOUXJrJ, wlOi English signification, ana
An English Hawaiian Vocabulary,
BOOKS & STATIONERY
The Basis of Our Business.
W71IRST. To nsaanrtarc an emu ismns ani jia
W ti.msrv as can lie ikaa h.rs aa wall a .laawbera, aae
thereby directly benefit oer customers and tsursefvea.
COSDe-Ts Bay aaal Bell Beaks and Itatiaa
an ,o as to make It to tbe Interest of rtealars sod eeasasa
ars to cum. lo as Id preference to sending east.
ear- w, meaafaetnre and Impeet ever, ilewr'ptlnn nf flta
tlooery, carrying large sharks if Paper, Envelopes and Blank
Books of oar own mannfactnre. Inks, Slates, etc
fseT over 1,500 variotlea of Blank forma kept la Slock.
A. te. BANCROFT A CO..
53o-ly Sna rVsrscesrss, Cel.
FOUNTAIN SALOON RESTAURANT !
J. W. CEO WELL, PnoPBisTom,
Xo. 65 Fort street, opposite H. L. Chase's
Lunch A Ice Cream Room for Ladles.
JOHN TM WAT1
HAS JUST RECEIVED EX
"J. B. FORD." from SAN FRANCISCO
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
He would call the attention of the Trade.
THE roLLOWIXH AK A FEW Or THE
BROWN COTTON DRILLS.
COTTON AND UNION TICKINOS,
AMOSKEAO AND OTHER DENIMS,
BLUE PEA JACKETS. WHITE SHIRTS,
I VERY LARGE ASSOR'T OF SADDLES,
Hams, Bacon, Lime,
Oolden Oats and Family Floor,
Suparln Floar, Cala. Ha,
Aa., 4a., Ae.
NO. IO STORE.
Ladies Colored Kid Gloves of the Unset qaali.7,
Gents' do. do.. Fancy Raffling- ia variety,
Lace Edgings and Ineertiona,
Combs, Ladles' Corsets,
And many other novelties in tbe fancy and other
535 It JOHN THOS. WATERUOUSB.
Auction Sale at Hilo, Haw.
May 8th, 1875.
a a E EXUIXE LATHE AID TOOL.
Vfe one Horse-power,
One Molaaeea Pump.
Sax pieces Hhaftmg.
Mx l -mi 'i Iron Pulleys,
Two second-hand Centrifugal Machines,
A Lot of Foundry Material,
One DWELLHfU BOURK and UCASE OF LAN r.
The above will be sold at Auction on the 4th of May next.
In the town of HUo. WM. UlajATK, Adminlatrator
Kalate of II. Mclubbui.
Hilo, March loth, 1171. HI 71
THE I Mil Itsn.M l HAYIXU BEEN CON
Armed under the WW by the Hon. A Pomander
Circuit Judge or Maui, aa Executors of the Eatate of
HENRY copr. late of Makawao. deceased, request all
persons Indebted to tbe said Estate to make immediate
payment, and all who have any claims against tbe same
t.i present them with vouchers to the underala-ned iLhin
six months from date, or they will be forever barred.
HEN BY W. DANIELS, ,
CHARLES COPP, Jr., f Executors.
Makawao, March 2tb, 1871.
Notice to Creditors.
IX tho matter of the Eatate or JOHAXI
FItANZ DUE WES. late of Honolnln. deceased.
Probate of the last will and testament nf the ..M Tnhun
Franz Drewes bavin.: been granted hi the .Suoreme Gssxei
on tbe 2nJ of April. 1871, i-nd letters testamentary leaned
to tbe undersigned Executor, In pursuance of order of
Court, notice Is herebv given to all creditors of the de-
ceased to present their claims to the undersigned within
six months from date, or tbey will b. forever barred.
1. C. GLADE,
Honolulu. A prD Jd, 1871. W4-4t Acting German CoosuL
CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE OF HISTORICAL
BT I.OKKI.V AMIKEtYN.
f Bound In Sheep A5 OO
I Bound In Half Morocco. OO
For Sale by U. M. WHITNEY.
NEW GROCERIES !
FES STEAMER MACGEEG0K,
To or friu; . h .... ... Hawaii m ,, ,,,,,
To or from lIUo, Hawaii .............
To or from Kau Coast, Hawaii
Circuit of Hawaii. Boand Trip
To or from any Port oo K.i.i.; ................... .
Circuit of Kauai, Bound Trip
Deck paaaage for naUves uciy ................... ..
IT No ('mill for Piunace Honey. -m
Ticket, mt Ibe office on ly.
No berth will be considered aa taken until paid for. Not
responsible for unmarked Baggage or any Freight or Par
ceia unless receipted for.
Freight Money Dae on Demand.
HAM CEL O. WILDER, Afrata
OITIce with Wilder A Co., corner of Fort fc Queen Mtreeta
LIZES FROM 5-8 TO 1 5-8 INCH
O Chain ia quantities to sail
For sale by
BOLLES st CO.
TUs Valuable Work can be obtained of
Messrs. TRUBNKB A CO., Paternoster Row, London.
Mes.r.. BARN EH A CO.. Jobn Htreet, New York.
Messrs. BANCROFT A CO., San Francisco.
Alao. Bar Stale,
Hawaiian and EnKliah I-braise Book $0 HO
Hats allau Vrammar a. i oc
ASSORTED SIZES, PUT UP IN CARTOONS,
and warranted tbe genuine article.
For sale by (J) BOLLES A CO.
Catting & Co's Celebrated Factory,
CASES HOCK TIKTLE SO IF,
Case. Roast Beef,
Caeea Boiled Beef,
Cases Roast Mntton.
Cases Boiled Mutton,
Case. Roast Veal,
Case. Hoorss, Ac, Ac.
471 BOf.l.KH A CO
Polar and Sperm Oil,
IN O.I l-VriTlEl TO Sl'IeV-ForSaie by
Ml BOU.Krl A CO.
STOCKHOLM PITCH IN BBLS AND HF. BBLS
Wilmington Pitch in bbls. For sale by
Kg BOLLES A CO.
From Boston Direct !
r AVRM'C'E t UTTUX Dl'C'Ii Soa. 3 TO S
Oregon Sugar-Cured Hams.
OR SALE BY
BOLLES A CO.
All PEBSONB HATINU I I. AIMS Attain!
tbe Eatate of tbe late ALLAN W. JUDD. w.11 nh ...
Present them without delay to either of tbe undersigned.
CUAS. If JUDD,
A FBANCU J COD.
Honolnln, March tt, 1171. t-tgl
10 lo 13 feet.
Best Quality Ash Oars,
For Sale by
BOLLES A CO.
ASKS PKACHES, PEAKS,
cased unlaces. caaes lirancea,
Caes Grap'.i. Cases Plums,
47 BOLLES A OO
CASKS COAL IAR FOR SALE BT
BOLLES A CO.
ENGLISH IRON-STOCK ANCHORS WEIGHT
from 100 lbs. to 4000 lbs. For sale by
AQJUtHB SI I.AR (TIED II MS.
BOLLES A CO.
American Hess Beef, in Bond.
BOLLES A CO.
A SMALL LOT for aale by
SALOOM PILOT If C AHEM AMD SgJa. CASES
PDot and Medium Bread.
171 BOLLES A CO.
rilHl BEMUSE AsTnCU-For Sale by
M. SOS BOLLKg A OO
Canned Meati, Frniti and Vegetables.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF THE
above, direct from tbe packers. For Sale be
4i BOLLES A CO.
Star Copper Paint,
(44s . B0LIX3 A CO.
J Jf BALLON AND HALF VIAL LOS CAXB.
m rur asses wy
Strersky I Use., a
Cases California Cream Cheese!
Cases Pine Apple Cheese.
Case Eastern Codfiek,
Caie$ Lima Beam,
Cote Green Corn,
Cutting & Co's Assorted Fruits,
Asst. ravrkera la tins. Cala. ( rae-kea- Cseaa'y
Cases and qr. boxes Saloon Hi sad,
Case. California Oatmeal. VMb base.
Cases California Cracked Wheat. 1Mb bags.
Cm caitssi use Wheat Meal.
Cala. Oolden Gate Flour, qr. sks
Oregon Oftta, Orejejoti Bnn.
BAGS HEW CALIFORNIA POTATOES I
Cases P.llt Teas. Powder.
For Hat Lesw at
H. E. MclNTYRE & BRO.
t WEH. elEWSPIPIH, PfUITED ! HAWAIIU,
Adiiilaiwi.wasgp I it! 1 1 far the Saaasswll.
renlered In UawaHaa. If Isatrid. free of a as as. lea
utu taBc, in ta. untmt rsxat-aaaa raesa oc tae
Post-sfBc BaOJing. AS anaranulutk ns
H. at WHIT:. IT,