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f.tr San Fran. ir.i perfltv t,rSn Trtacitco. Msrrh 1 7. .
ipt?lTlc. " and S cMMren, R D SpaMinp an.! wifv. I T
Crane. Mia- M B June., ilapt ll.---... II 11 Hitchcock,
Mi- II A and A K Cut lr. J T Waterliooa. II E Wbitin-r.
M Jeff., Cap! K T. fmlth, K Ioimmbr, C P ghllUbrr, J II
Ht-lv. ira. A HiAiidradr, Id V d Maredt.
Pur Kmnai, par KiLaaaa, Mar ljtt ll..n A F Jodd. TTia F.t
V. B reatls, Jo.. V llamartl, W C Parke. II P Lnaan, K G
Hitchcock, w (i Smith, tv I. WBen. tin Blndi, Mia E Li
nn, J Ina nd wife, Iliabup Will ih. Out V Kanoa, A Paleka
luhi. and ttbttot 2S deck.
KrtJlu Han Krand.ro per Am ItV Mary R-ll. It .WS, Mar 4
Cliu And.ranu, Ttioa Boye, Corse llrran.
Pnan Kaaai per atmr Kilaitea. Mar It Hon A F Jodd Tlun
W It aalle. V 0 Smith. W I. Wilcox, K fl Hitcbcprk. J E
turtt.r.!. W C Parte, Mr. n.y.1. Mia. Ilttyl. ) Willi..
T Uarcitattt. Mi.. L Litem. K Krull, W H aterlionaeand wife.
Mm J Kmith, W II litre and ife Mr. Hi t. I' Kanttn. Ml..
Main:, I'.ev J W Miulli. C Berlletuan. II B'Ttlenian.O Trem
ble, A Wtagtas. C Lucaa. A Pot, Mr Dryer and OS d.-ck.
P,r Winda-Mid Purl per tliiir Kllanea. Mar 11 Mr. Makt-f.
Ml.. Maker. Jaa W (lay, Clpt VatM atMaV, Mr. W Q IV il
RaagiJ W Kt'liertaitn, J Wiltinn, It A IV Mcminn. 0 .true
. trout, Dr Kndera, W II Klckard, KG Hilciicock, Aaai, and
alirnjt 45 dck.
Por 0WUXO lahuioa per C. M Ward, Mrcii 6 tin ('inner, D
Kenhclt. W II ' i J Tlolme. antl 3T mrirr- taltorrr..
WaTcaHOi st SMITH. Al K.il,.a, Kauai. P-ltmary 2lli,
l.v the It-i. J W Uli, Hiu.ii : tVaTtCHoc.x, ,,f Honolulu.
I . Mt. Ltsra hviTu, danfltter ,d tiie Iter J W gtnitli. uf
In iioiiuitilu. Marrli Ttli. of otii.uoiptiuu. Katie A, eldest
tlaaci'ter t.r tlie late It'tbert D Morn in, ate-l 20 year... 2
niiHitlie and 7 day..
Jea" The funeral m ill take place tlii. aflcrmaiii at 4 o'clock,
fnnu the. ruaHtime iff bei oiotlirr. Mr. U li Motfran. Beretanit
Street. Ketndeot and acquaintance are reajiectfully iurtted
11 Jan V Peb
li,. Hail frurn Sea V..rk.
M embark on the mall pletmer.,
I aarnra ptevioua l" iua tune net l.tr
NOTBtS or THE
K The thcrmunietvr stood at 60
Iff Slcanii r lukado it tM lo uiorrow, if sliclclt
Sun Francifcco on time, MdrcL 1st.
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BOXOLI LI MKA.N TIME.
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iaat, rWa rial 1 1 ..ft lata aa flaa aatt 0 lifjm
Thai i trill W a partial ecliiiae of the itio.ui Mardi Mb :
.Wta ateda litac
li enter- aaaafatT 0 faj.l rH
Meade- of erne 7 M . ra
Man b in- -lladoar .. .. U.4 ra
I l I I peaaratara 10 MM ra
Marrli 2ttli arlip.r of the taa:
t.e ur.lion . 4 : : Aa
I.., ,. lo 1.6 aa
Tlic SiranEere Friend Society will meet at
tbe residence of Dr. UcGreW to morrow eveninc.
R-Oar Ibanks arc due tbe Sau Francisco Ex
chainre, for tiles of late papers by the Mary Belle
pja Bark Jane A. Falkinlinrg made ber usual
quick ti me lo Port I ii J 13 diijs. Sbc will be due
here aguiii br the l.ith.
The Mary Belle Roberts which left here
three hours ahead ol tbe Clam Belle, arrived at Sn
Frtncii-co only half an hour ahead of the latter res
el, iifter a pastuie'e o( ncvcntcrn days. The two ves
did not ibt emcb other daring tbe voyage.
MiLiTAitr. The 'Hrtwaiian Guards " held their
anneal election of officers at the Armory lut Fri
day evening w ith the following result : Capt. Cbas.
T. Oulick, rcelectefl ; lat. Lieut. C. B. Wil&on, re
elected ; 2d Lieut. F. Wundenberg, reelected. Non
commi(sioned officers. Color serffefltit, F. Costa;
Orderly Senreant, W. Williams: 1st duty senreant,
J. Milton; 2nd dnty sergeant. A. W. Ciirter;3d
duty 4-nreint, H. Briekwcddie; 4tb duty Sfrtfent,
W.T. Martin; 1st corporal, C. M. Robertson: 2d
coponil, II. Ryan ; 3d corporal, Geo. Robertbou ;
4th orpor:,lt Lure.
Tbif popular company which was organized Just
Iter the rial, bis uow arrived at a most efficient
slate ol drill. In it we have a military company
thai can be relied upo- and which is thoroughly
efficient for any kind of military duty. The M Prin-ct-'e
Own " company i yut In ltf- Intancy but is rap
idly improving in Its drill. With these two compa
nies oi volunteer soldiery, we may hsve a feeling of
security, and so long as the present state ol rtlicteii
cy is maintained, we need never again feel the dis
grace of having a foreign force laud on our shores to
bi-lp maintain the law.
Xli llun aiiuu I re niy,
i 'a. :-. Auftralia, and N"tw Zealand, r. i tbe eoaat
of America tn Chili. Other railroad aercrss tbe
continent arc heing built, which will make additional
connections with ports and Hands on the Paci6r.
Tbe day doubtless will come when a ship-canal will
be built connecting tbe Atlantic and Pacific, and ol
course, extending commerce and civil re'ations witU
rich countries uf tbe aBt.
The London 7Vmt thus refers to the chief harbor of
the islands :
Tbe narrow land-locked inlet r lagoott named
Pearl River Harbor, i" in itself small in absolute ex
tent, but it is of inestimable value to any civilised
nation possessing it and using it for naval pucpot'es.
In the deep water of this sheltereJ lake not only
the armed ships of the United States, but of all conn
"tries, may find space and perfect seenrity. The ma
ritime power wbieh holds IV. rl River Harbor and
monrs ber 0eet tbere, holds alto the key of the North
I N FL ATI ON.
THE m: A I TIKI I.
X K W A I ) V K KT I S EM ENTS.
fnmm i oiva siytu f. thai my kon
J. T. Vaterbus'nr , and Henry Waierhouae hare a
full power of Attorney to act for me during mv ahspnee
fru it tbi ktafdoni. JOHN I Hon. W a t K H i I O t 'S K.
Honolulu, :.I;ir- !i 1:. s3 Zt
I vm itsK. M I li a I t;
duly appuintisl Administrator of the PSatate
r a w
Election at Soltii Kona. By tbe Jenny which
arrived yeslerday wa hear that at the new election
in South Kona, Kamauoha received 2771 voles and
S. Kuai 271, thus Malng as near as possible to a tic
a second time.
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. . Pel. 23
l-if We understand that Miss Atlantl, whose
sinjrinr'nnd actlnjr at tbe Theatre a fortnight since,
was so favorably received, purposes to Sire a final
concert on pome eveniug next week, of which due
mnice will he (riven.
Tit" The 6tcamcr Kilauea will uot co to Kauai
on IbeJtOlh orMorch, it bavinc been round that it will
be necessary forberto lay up. Her repairs will dclniu
ber in port two weeks, from I be 2Vb of March, to
tbe 8th of April, when she will leave for Hawaii.
Absconded. A cooper by Uic uame of Stillwell
who has recently occupied a shop on Kintj alreet,
opposite QiHiuijbani'F, left on 1 he Mnrnma fbrTahill
on Monday last without the form ililyo! procuring a
pjssiort. He l.-it a number ol .mail debts behind.
Hn.v ilc li: uai: h h. is;o.
TI lillilt' ttlT ill atllill I rtf the mail .tenner fptni tbe
fiatla. aataaafli un ait arhailnir. fi i 1 1 . irr lrn-T U- the he
gaakaraaTaatar. r n-aiar aarrkf than has lieeii kept up in
I i I aai The Bleaater took out a lare freight liallou.of
ii m r iiii ii -' " -f -'-- i '
Hotel Bonds. Another tueeling was held yester
day by tbe holders of these bonds, to receive tbe re
port of their committee. They presented an able
and exhaustive opinion by A. S. llurtu-ell Ksq. to
which they were instructed to call tbe atteutiou of
tbe Minister ol Finance.
We 1 that th.- ta-n or three steamer, next to arrive
aataaaada. lo Inavejn March, the Kealandia In Ajtrilaud the
-.4aaa I. Ma trill pruaablj riaae crowded with paaacuxeiti.
Tin tiralaali i lav avaar rttatu eucajred. There Will be a
I. ii wtiiiatl afar, ret traaa xaeOnlaaie. dariug the tauime-,
kaaaal I. the rVilaoelphi. OatenaW.
TV aaHHan M ahirlilirian (all carat) of CaUlfornla
I Ian i ataifa.ll. Maaarr HartfH V'- She Will load
; .. . Tl .-1. r Murrai an.l lli-ien
A i.l alao a attaarg oat fgr the uiui daaUtialiou .
,.. , .. i.-. ., : or. l.,--.ae.i, ..u Pranci.ei,
mm4 taia part, aaa leaaB tritbdraau aa.l a. II he fitted for the
Sale or Keal Estate. On Monday the bouse
and lot on Bcrctauia street, lalcly occupied by C.
Eckart, was sold al auction by E P. Adams Esq. It
was bought by Mr. H. Bruns lortbesum of $1(190.00,
which is an advauce ol several hundred dollars on
tbe price paid lor It by the late owner, a few years
Kkom Tahiti. We learn that the firm of Loud
A Eslollhuveoot luto trouble by Mtmpthqr to dc
fraud merchants In that place and elsewhere, and
tbe members of the firm have been arrested, tried,
attd imprisoned. They owe Mr. Brander over 440,
OOil besides quite an amount to merchants iu Hono
lulu, which is said to hare been secured.
a, 1 1 W l aUaiaai a i 1 I from San FraacMCO tel.. 14 lor
y i awlajnj aalaad tw a caiffo of ju-oo. aud tbeuce to Liter-
tMkmmt Biaanii I. lately at thi. port. ha. been purchatied
l.t Mr. J. II Ittark f.tr ( la-Oxs1, and mil! arrive here about
Aari: 1.. iCaaM t.. the Karlh.
The aaaR ataaaaer at St 4. trill be doe here from Ban Frau
... I. k'J. trail i lb" latter pari of Week.
Oai I iaiia.1 iSal adrioa. fcaaa 8a ti P maris -o ami Au.tralitre
i m I twaaaaaarial caaae in quotation of ialattd prudnce.
ios:i 01 novii.i i i
Mar 1-OtV't Vrnaid.m. Comaiander Hare, Ironi Hawaii.
. . et: Mel-Mil. Orane, rn.iu Lahiuu.
Sahr MB. Matrtt. lajuaaunu. frjui Molokai.
Bear Laka Caai. fr.au Mad.aui.
Haa brte ivaatrt. i: ,cllh. 24 tlay. from Tahiti.
i.i achr Lrraka. Mickiea.ui, 40 days front Apia
Boib froai Kul. and VTaiatea.
Saitr Kaa. a, Keraabt.. irom Kahului.
Ma a, laaMawarl ttrgB laaaat .. al 1 aiinoa.
hcht Aaaie, Kelt at r troni Htwlliwili.
s . Ma' i a . J BaU. Irom Molokai.
Aat I'l M r, Belle Roha.4. Gray lb day. from San
t-tstaur kila.am, Marchtnt, front Kauai.
t -s I.- Fain Qal-en. Ka.iua. fr.an Hanalei.
' rr ur Jeui . M lltialil. fi Koua aud kail.
.-I , it of San Francisco, J M Lachlan. for
saw t iaaiatril
H I J M. neaia our Taakuha. T Y Ha, Captaiu, for
fttair Kila-iea. Marctlant. for Kauai
tsar ett.e Merrill, Crane, fa- LakaiDI.
Scht rae aaht. Claikr. fai II aaa
X-Brhl Mil. Mailla. Kaiaaunn. f ir Molokai.
s i M a: .. k. J llul:. I -r 1 ' kai.
Aaa achr i M Ward. Clnuey. fortiutno I.Iandt.
r--h. Mar .at, Laaale-rt. f,a KuIim auu W annua.
BcLi Aaatf. Ivalanao. La IXaalliwili.
But hkta warawta. Docuine. fur Tahiti.
Swear Kilaii.t Mar chant, f. a Witidaard Pottt.
- fffc! fc'aajitfli Butkea, taa Koloa and Vl aituea.
-.:. Ian uueea. Kaaina, lor llanalw.
Jtcht Kai: m, Ueyn.tl.t.. t.a Kahului.
Sit hiaa a. Ahaihala, fa- Haaalei.
. . l.-vuk. Mi. ko1...n. f-.r Apia. Stani-avn I"
.MooNLionT Uoncekt At Ettiuia Square, Thurs
day eveniiiK, March Sttli, comiucnclnir al 7.30
Sprinrrtime March Schreincr.
Overture Opera Nsbuccodonnsor Verdi.
Chorus March aud Cavallua Opera The Pirat
Eilinbur--b Wall 7. on Scotch Melodic Bnuniscati.
J rand Selection -Ojicra The Sicue of KocUellc,
Beautiful Love Wallr. Cootc.
Fantasia O-iera BiM-e:iuet-ni V'crdl.
Acrobats (Jalop Zikoff.
Steamer Kii.auea. On Wednesday of last week
the KilaueA took Justice Judd, Attorney Ucucrul
Castle, and a number of other passenr-ers to Kuuai.
The adjourned scssiou of the Circuit Court was held
at Nawiliwili duritt1- tbe latter pait of tbe week, and
on Sunday BKkratltMC the steamer returned luii ,i.
back the Court besides n number of tbe residents of
Kauai, bavin- been away only three days aud four
nio;bls. What should we do without ber?
Hilo. Travelers Irom Uilo report the craters ol
Kilauea and Mokuaweoweo iu flue action, the lil-bt
on the mountain summit beinir very fine at night.
The cold weather forbids pleasure excursions
Two weeks since, Rev. Mr. Chancy of Bostou
preached in the Congregational Church in Hilo, much
lo the acceptance ol tbe crowded audience preseuL
Histhitue was tbe brotherhood ol mankind all
looking to oce redeemer, one heaven, one God.
Tbe Christian spirit existing in Hilo stands out in
bold contrast with that found among some of our
own people, who apparently have do desire lo
witness the millennial dawn.
i In Pom.
8 B IT. Myrai.ioa Hare. Commander.
A n l.rii. M.rrab. Star. Ceataa-a.
. . . urn Ajuaui. H.nly.
An Itark p. C Marrat, A Falter, load Inr.
Am M ar II Alray. Freemen, diaciiarttnig
r. : :
hue I .taaa-e.
aa ah Mary Belle
Ttaan a-halBaC AreAr. W hitney.
Ilea a Bn Oaw ard. 6 iliey .
Wkecked. -On the night of March 2nd the
schooner Active, which had just arrived from Ma
alaea bar with a cargo ol sugar Irom Corn well's plan- :
tation, drifted on to the reef a short distance to the I
southward of the entrance to tbe harbor. Had tbe
tut: boat been sent immediately out to ber assist- j
anee, she might perhaps hare been brought safely
into port, aslhcrewa.no wind, and the surf was
not heavy. But soon after daylight the wind began
to blow from the south, and the swell increased to
Mk an extent as lo cause her to lose ber keel, and '
to suffer other damage. During Friday night she :
broke up, nulbing uavitg lieea saved but her rig-
giug. She was owned by the heirs of tbe Molteno !
estate, who held a three quarter interest, and Mr.
Robinson, and was injured for (2000. Tbe sugar j
amounting to tweuty-lbrec tous was a total loss. :
W . ,J.. I I
H imkmi mX - at r. JF
i itS-af An LM Marv U
S. rracir K-iaTwy IT.
. . . . aim ViL.
f- Ua. mxL ; avoJ tv half i
rlr-n W Almy, Frremjui, Master. lft
Hth wttb n:-'!if: gale blowinp fcr
a baabBih to the westward with heavy
- ain tofaMti an J lower fortvtai(rsn. The
-DHt-al (tM ah. rat h hour-, tbeu mob rtiop
"W vita rma, flitch cuatinachd fur tw..
aW ta NV, (rom thence to KKand EXE
ae wa44e weather. Hade etut end of
u arrlvn in lIouMnln at S V m
, Ormr Master. Lett
radaa all tbe paeaa-gt-ro
davs i . .4.IU.-! in
i over tM the mornlnf;
Vtwa Sea Krai ac. per bk Mary Ilelie .toberts. "Xar 4-2
Ii aaai ! i ail i Itecu, 341 pit" ma. 2 hlf bbls wbUker. 17
. 1 tnw fa.t iter. iKVra. atvitttery. ju cm cuht.
I'tiJ K ,t irua. 10 boxes tin platts, 15 rook
, f ! : 1 m-, : pti ItatAtvrtha. 2 bx liahrdwrnre. TO
. r pitin w.udijv. 4 pkr blind. 1 pkj: bliodfiuts, K ct
II fv- Urnitar. . 2 c amainaitia, UK) ackt pttUuea. 30 c
'ia.-.. ca oa..ias. lo ooxrt. io jhcro. owj
:. ' : : misadventure, tbey may yet hope to compunMtU lor
Small Change in America. According to the
litest showing the Government was iu possession of
.iW.OOO.OOO In dimes, $1,000,000 in twenty-cent
pieces, $2,000,000 in quarters and $6,000,000 in half
dollars: or $12,000,000 in silver coins. On the first
day of February t lie outstanding fractional enrrency
amounted to $G,O0(),0uO. There were $9,000,000 of
Iractionol currcucy in the Treasury; and $12,000,000"
c.iuutcd as worn out and lost notes. With more
silver on hand than would be sufficient to take up
all thcoutstanding fractional enrrency the wonder
is that every dollar of tbe latter Las not been re
deemed. On the first of March the United States
Treasurer will begin to redeem this fractional cur
rency in earnest. It will soon disappear. But the
$12,000,000 of it which the people have lost is the
clear gaiu of the GovernraenL S. F. Eullttin.
Citt of Sak Ffancisco. This magnificent
steamer left on Wednesday evening the 1st instant,
with a large freight, including nearly 20 tons of the
Hawaiian exhibit for the Centennial. This is what
a correspondent of a Melbourne paper says of her:
" The City of fan Francisco is certainly the largest
and finest steamship that has ever anchored in Vort
Jackson. So far as actual comfort lor passengers is
concerned 1 do not think she surpasses the Colima,
but she is larger, more handsomely fitted, and every
way more pretentious. All tbe equipments for pas
sengers are very complete aud during tbe exhibition
year they will probably have a large number. They
arc certainly going to very great ex-icusc, and, so
tar, trirc evcrv proof of bourn Sua. and tbough the
initiation of their enterprise has bejen marked by
4 i pip. T lu-j.-. n oir rr.K-eriea. etc. .1 bin
. : . ar ok. trtae, hx. hitler. S c. Mali., nary.
Z e. aaalhatf tar. I' oeMa rape. Sa em crackers. aOO uataa hay. 1
fell bp bean.. ban and II bn.ll. Iron.
Si kast aat'. S ; kr. ertaaatill. 9 at bricta, (W cs bread. 22i
aaaailaata, art . .a. t
b - Bn ?ia.fC!iv.irSAn Fraort-c . afarcb 1427
Hiutt, 4 r braVaT. 11 I.JT.S t.tel lea rc, 6 pkca Car- i
r irrwt tMSC Ike r-aswa, 4 rk furniture, 6 pkp fin, I la.lt
pot akiai. tUflt b Uidea. 87 pkc mdee. I bx tuaapoes, 2bxi i
in 1 1 aa i. S biSfHttaTtta, lli,iM IU rice. 4St.U lb a afar.
Fawiln n Wha4 aar Aiechr C M Wmrd Uar 6 T IkJh .
. a u U r , ,,: manilx,
lsUW.-t. Jtl Uporfc 2 Italr rf t. fio cs bread, 2 pkps
Urfttao I.- W.; ialai, 20 bbb npjlaa.es.
For lUiiU sw Hwiavt. Usr fll( :bd cattle, CT hales
hm?. 11 to fMUvw aitqr, lit eaapty casks, 4 bbls tef, 6 :
. at R- Miiont Villa. Eulaokahua. to
tW u uf Hi. iu. K Bp. -ha as fi, ufa oa.
Waihea Election. Wc learn from a Kauai corres
pondent tliaU fit the adjourned election held at Wai
racs on the 1st inst.. J. Kauai received ICG ballots,
and I. H. Kapuntai 133. At NHhau no new election
was held, as tbe inspectors did ..t learn that a nev
election had been ordered until the 19th ult. and
then received no official instructions. At the Wai
mea election on the 1st of March, tbe actine Gov
eroor of the Island was present, with the Sheriff, and
a police force from other districts, but there was no
slim of a disturbance. Some of the good citizens,
who w'ere snppocd to bare a pmlilection fur Mr.
Kauai, were sworn by tbe tc&lous District Judec aa
follows: " D yoa soletnnlj swear to tell tbetrutb,
tbe whole truth, and nothing but tbe truth, so help
you God. IHaoeaeV which completed the cere
mony, no questions being asked to test the swear
er'a veracity. Whether this election which was
held In Wairaea, and not In Nilhan, will be regarded
as more legal than the election of February which
took place iu Niihtn. aud not la Wsimea. remains
to be seen.
Report of the Sulf-IIonsr i ..m n i (i of Mays
autt ItTenua Pulltlca! and Comiai-vclal Ad
vnittisfreH. The telegrapli has funiiahcrl us a pretty full
synopsis of the report of the SutHuusc Com
mitter of Ways and Means on the Hawaiian
Commercial Treatv. The full text of the re
port has now been received, from which we
pive the following interesting furls anTl state- :
A? pertinent to the consideration of this question I
we fh"uld not lose sight uf a probable diversion uf
the trade of tbe tsljnds to another direction : already
a very larpe proportion of it hns been attracted to the
liUUlEU wIUOIIICH 111 I 111 I IIC. Ml. Ill 1.1- . ..I: I .
port of tugar from tbe Hawaiian Island was llr5uj
tons, uf which 4,191 ton were cent io Ilritiih colo
nies, and of the imports of the Fiitne vear utore than
one half was from other countries than the United
At the present time a great number of British, Ha
waiian and Auiericun vessels annuuliy ent r Au-im-lian
and New Zealand ports with fui;ur cargoes. The
greater part of these enter at New Castle or Sydney,
thence take coal freight hack to the inlands. New
Zetland, Tasmania and Victoria are tUriring fur a
monr.puly of the trade, and have recently made con
The supply uf sugar in the M.iurtttns is rapidly de
clining, antl a substitute for it is fuuud in that of the
Hawaiian I-laud, and tbe effort now is to procure a
monopoly of it.
The Enelish Government and people arc always on
the alert to increase their commercial advantage.
Their vast Pacific pustcxaion, already of incalculable
value require a larger supply of sugar for consump
tion than can now be supplied, beuoe their interest in
procuring a monopoly of this trade.
It is not, therefore, unreasonable to apprehend that
the United States may lose a considerable portion ol
thi trade unless better commercial relations arc made
with the islands.
The producing interest of the islands has been for
years in a depressed state, but it is thought that the
treaty will give an impulse to the bnsiucss, and al
though it re duces their revenue, from custom, and
impose." upon them direct ttxes, they prefer to try
this rather than to seek relations with any other coun
try. It has been said that the Tnited States will
surely have this trade if they do nothing to encourage
it. This ts an entire mistake, for production mut di
minish and the trade lessen by the impoverished con
dition of tbe people, or tbey will be compelled to make
commercial relations with somether country. Tbere
b now communication by steamers from San Fran
cisco to Australia, touching at the islands, besides
vessels calling at the islands for freight, and frequent
ly freighted with coal, which affords reasonable freight
for return cargo. In this day of sharp contest for
the trade of the Pacific, some effort must be made tu
secure it. These steamers arc suhsidixed by the Gov
ernments of Australia and New Zealand, and it is a
liberal offurt tu secure In- trade of the Pacific. The
United States derive advantages from the treaty su
perior to tbe islands in some respects. If the experts
and imports are equal, as they probably will be, it
would be an equal bargain. Cut as the island have
no vessels, the I'ntted States will hove the carrying
trade, and the supplying them with all the variety uf
their produce and manufactures.
But supposing that there were no reciprocity of
commerce to this treaty, that the commercial advan
tages were largely against us. and that we were to lose
even $100,000 annual revenue, vet there nrc political
reasons of sufficient magnitude to warrant us tu make
it. We should consider it as a question comprcuend
inc; interests beyond the mere free exchange of tbe ar
ticles enumerated in the schedules.
It inrolrcs mutters of higher interests of grave im
portance, and greater significance tha i those which
relate simply to reciprocal advantages likely tu result
from a free exchange of commodities.
Private interests should be subordinate to national
interests and commercial security and advancement.
The geographical position of the Hawaiian Islands,
their relation tu our Pacific coast and tu tbe countries
adjacent to the Pacific Ocean, their history, area and
capabilities of production, the character of their har
bors and their commerce, the present and future com
merce of the ocean which surrounds them, the pro
blem as to their future political status, together with
the certainty tStat they cannot maintain autonomy or
hold their place as a separate nation and not become
absorbed by some other power, arc to be considered
in determining the question as to the policy of making
this treaty. As early as 1840 the importance of these
islands, in their geographical andt poliical aspect, at
tracted the attention of our Government.
.Mr. Webster, when Secretary of State, eren before
the acquisition or California, and before we had auy
territory whatever bordering upon the PnciGc Ocean,
declared that the Government of the United States
would look with displeasure upon an)' effort by any
other Government to acquire any preponderating in
fluence over the Government of the Hawaiian Isl
ands ; and be further said, in relation to an intima
tion that the French would probably take possession
of the ilauds, that " be trusted they would not take
possession, but if tbey did they would be dislodged,
if it took the whole power uf this Government tu do
it, if hi advice was taken."
Subsequently, in view of the importance of more
intimate commercial relations with this counlrv, Mr,
Marcy, while Secretary of State, negotiated a treatv
similar in principle, and he lett on record his opinion
that he regarded it as " a measure of great import
ance to buth countries but, from considerations
peculiar to that day, it was not reported by tbe Com
mittee on Foreign Affairs to the Senate.
The message, however, was regarded by the Govern
ment of so much importance that Mr. Seward stated
to the Hawaiian minister thathe designed to negotiate
another treaty, and would do so when the war was
closed ; adding that the Government made no treaties
at that time without some especial provisions, which
perhaps it would not be well to incorporate in such a
treaty. But during his term of office such a treaty
was not made. But it. had the misfortune to be before
tbe Senate at the time of the San Domingo treaty,
and it suffered from that association. The treaty, in
corporating the same principal of reciprocal trade, has
many advantages which the other treaties bad not.
It embraces almost the whole import trade of the
islands on tbe free list, to the exclusion uf great
Britain and Germany, and all other countries, so far
as the discrimination of duties is against them.
It contains the additional provisions that no ex
port duty or charges shall be imposed in tbe Hawaii
an Islands, or in the United States, npon any of the
articles proposed to be admitted into the ports of the
United States or the ports of the Hawaiian Islands
free of duty under the first and second articles of this
Convention. It is agreed on tbe part of his Hawaiian
Majesty that, so long as tbe treaty shall remain in
force, he will not lease or otherwise dispose of, or
create any lien upon, any port, harbor, or other
territory in his dominions, or grant any special pri
vilege or rights of use therein to any other power,
State or Government, nor make any treaty by which
any other natiun shall obtain the same privileges re
lative to the admission of any articles free of duty
herehy secured to ihi United State.
Mr. Seward, in a speech be made in the Senate on
the subject of the commerce uf the Pacific, said :
" Who does not sue that henceforth every year
European politics, European thought and European
activity, although actually gaining greater force, and
European connections, although actually beeoming
mora intimate, will ultimately sink, nevertheless, in
importance, while tbe Pacific Ocean, its shores, its
islands, aud tbe vsst region beyond will become the
chief theatre of events in the world's great here
after." The commercial prosperity uf tbe Pacific States,
sustained not only by its immense productive power,
by agriculture and mining, but by it central position,
must rapidly increase by its means of easy communi
cation with China and Japan, and tbe British colonies
in the Sooth Pacific, and with the Atlantic States and
Kurope. And when the other railroads across the
continent to the Pacific, and the ship eanal, connect
ing the Atlantic and Fviuc, are complete, it will
add, of coarse, immensely lo the navigation and com
merce of that ocean. Tbe Sandwich Islands are io
tbe track of this great commerce ; and whatever
maritime power moors her fleet there, holds the key
to tbe North Paetfic, for. as Jaris, the historian of
the islands, sayi :
' No trade eouid prosper, or even exist, while a
hostile power, possessing an active and powerful
marine, should send forth its eruisers to prey on
He farther says, that :
A military colony once fairly established on them
might put at defiance any means of attaok whieb
could be brought to bear against tbem.
Sinse tho time that Jarvii wrote, California bas
been acquired, in which has been built one of the
great eomuereial cities of tbe Union : and this city
connected by a railroad with the Atlantic and by
steamers with Japan aud China, with the Hawaiian
N'KKIUI AM, lat- ut Wnlhei. Maui, It. I.. ; No
tice is hereby irlren to all persons owing add Em tat e to
make Immediate payment, an.J all persons bavlna claim
against "utMl to pr t-nt t ! SMiue within six mouths
from this date, or thev wilt be forever barred.
W. . NKEi.HAM,
Administrator of Etate of A. W. Needham.
Walhee, February flj t$i 4t
NOTU'E IK III It I It VttiMM TO VI. I.
wbo have rla.ras against the Estate of AlONA ipj
deroanetl, litte of Marine stnt't, Honolulu, to present the
name to the U tu frets ni-il. duty authenticated, within -it
months from date. AimI t th w who hav property be
.ongintT to said Eatate. to deliver up the name.
.(fatlea It also given to any person who has a claim as
heir to the said deceased tu make the claim known.
gU'ILI.lAM O. SMITH,
Administrator i&tate uf Aiotta 'p.)
Honolulu, IT. I., March 7, 1K76. 4t
Mary Belle Roberts,
Casks St. Louis Hams!
Case; Urcakfast Bacon,
Cases California Cheese,
Cases Edam Cheese,
Cases Smoked Salmon,
Cases Smoked Beef,
Cases Eastern Codfish,
Crosse & Blackwell's Pickles.
Cases Cutting's (irapes, Green (Jagcs, Egg
Plums, Quinces. Strawberries, Cherries,
Apricots, Peaches and
French Vruits in Syrup,
Cases YarinuuLh Sugar Corn,
Casus Yarmouth Sucotah,
Cases Sugar Peas,
MATS NEW DATES!
Boxes Sultana Kaisins,
iialf JJoxes Malaga Itaisins,
Cases Mince .Meat,
Cases Sausago Meat,
Cases Columbia Kiver Salmon, 1 and 2 lb. tins :
Cat.es Stuffed Peppers,
v .. '. Pickled Oysters,
Cases Celery Salt.
Cases Celery Seed,
Cases Burden's Milk.
Cases Anchovies in oil,
Cases Stuffed Olives in Oil,
Cases Caviar !
Cases Queen Olivet,
Cases Essence Anchovies,
Leibig's Extract Meat,
(jnlden Gate Fatnilj Flour,
Bag! Graham Flour,
IIACS RYE FJLOUR
Bags Homiuv, Cracked Wheat,
Buckwheat, Oat Meal,
Bags Cala. Onions,
Bags Cala, Potatoes, Bags Bran,
Tins Butter, Fienic, Graham.
Wafer, Soda, and
Nio Nac and Medallion Biscuits,
FROM THE CALIFORNIA REFINERY!
Kegs Cube Sugar,
Barrels Golden Syrup.
FROM CALCUTTA VIA SYDNEY !
A Nice Assortment of
ALSO ON HAND
Capt. White's Indian Pickles,
Pure Cayenne Pepper,
Genuine Cunv Fowder,
Lime Juice Cordial,
Potted Duck, Chickon, Game and Turkey.
AUSTRALIAN OX & SHEEP TONGUES!
Muligatawnj, Ox Tail and
Mock Turtle Soups.
FOE SALE BY
HENRY IVIY !
192 It 39 FORT NTBKR.
The ni'.itsi(i.i:r. form r.ai.T with
Mr. Kckart, beat to Inform citizens of Honolulu and
the politic ccnerallY. that he haa taken II', store on Fort
Street opposite odd Fellotrs Hall, f.trm rl occupied by
Tbos. Tannalt,; where be trill give special attention w the
manufacturing; and repairing of all kinds of Jewelry.
Parti, m lar attention siren ta eibeli and Knkol Work.
ST wm ewsatea satisfaction In all bit work. -
Honolulu. KOT. , IsJS. 5.) WM. M. WHtiMSJJ.
Has accumulated to such an extent per tbe Steamer
J City of San Francisco !"
That It needs
Tliis Elejraiit Stock
C si i s or the FOLI.OWIXU I.I.I 1. N I
Kt Rah Article. :
Ladies' Riveted Sole Leather Trnnks,
Ladies' Riveted Bridle Leather Trunks,
Ladies' Elegant Leather Trunks,
Ladies' State Uooiu Trunks,
Girls' Toy or Doll Trunks,
Iu great mrlety and In all colors.
ii em's Riveted Side Leather Trnnks,
Oent's Rireted Dridle Leather Trunks.
Gent's Leather Trunks,
Gent's Rireted Sole Leather Valises.
Gent's Dunnd Edge Valises,
Gcnt'ii Ulack and Colored Leather Valises.
Gent's Patent Corner Valises,
Gent's Boston Valises,
Gent's Carpet Valises,
Ladies & Children's Manila School Bags
A BEAFTIF DX I.IXE OF
.Dolls Ti-TJLHlis !
JUST TO HAND!
A Eeantiful Line of
GENT'S SHOE WARE!
Including the celebrated
CORK SOLE GAITERS,
Now so generally used In the United States. This Shoe Is
l'erfecilj- Water Uroul'.
A FL I.I. i.i .m: OF HBW M i I.I.S OF
T JES -W ELRY!
Ol nil Kluda attil I.an st Dealirna.
Watches in Ould and Silver,
Lockets, Locket and Neck Chains,
Cbatalains, Uenl'i best Chains and Uuards,
Gold ltiogs, Diao.ond Rings,
Silver Forks and Spoons,
Silver Cake Jt Fish Knives,
Silver Butter Knives,
Sugar Shells, Ac.
Ladies you sre Respectfully luvited to
I HUM. THESE NICE U4MN
Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
BOOT AND SHOE STORE !
Corner Fort St Merchant Sts.
HAS JUST liECEIVKU
For 33. O. MTjnrtAY ,
THE MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Custom-Made, Extra Fine aud Medium Quality
Boots dSs SllOCS
Ever offered In Honolulu.
W7 am IRA RICHARDSON.
HONOLULU ICE MANUFACTORY!
ItE I I I, I V I. It F.I) EACH
to all parties wishing the aame,
AT 2 1-2 CENTS PER POUND.
Alt order given the Carrier, or left at tbe ofllce, will be
filled the following mornlnff.
No Ice Delivered in the Afternoon !
9& Ice can be obtained in any quantity, from S pounda
upward, at the
' ICE HOUSE," IN THE LUMBER YARD OF WILDER I CO.
PRICE, 2 CENTS PER POUND.
Any rshortnoffi of wptirhf, or wont of polltenew on the
part of my employ??, I ask. to be reported at the office.
v.t,- Ice bills are payable on demand.
MM I. 0. WILDER,
Ml tf Proprietor,
NOTICE, NOTICE, NOTICE!
Continues the Business of
At the Old Stand, No. 10 Kaahnmana St.
Where he will be most happy to wait apon all old friends
and customer! and the public generally. S79 4t
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
etlatinR between tin' unitentixned, was duaolved by
mnuial consent on the list ult. In consequence thereof,
oil nuutandins blllfl are required to be settled WITHOl.T
DELAY. Mr. W. Johnson being authorized to receipt fur
aame. JOHN McCOLOAS,
Honolulu, February lat. liri. K it
HAVIM. ItUU APPOINTED BT THE HI -n:KMK
Court of the Hawaiian Island.. Ouardlen of
the Estate nf AI.BEKT EUNUIAKEA. this Is to notify all
persons that uo debts contracted by him will be paid nn
leas verified by my written order (or that of my personal
Ag-ent) and that no sales of property, either real or perso
nal, made by him will be valid unless made with my
KM MA KAI-EI.EONAi.ANI.
ito 1m Ojjardlan of th. Estate of Albert Kunntakea
FOUNUIR RESTAURANT MD BOARDING HOUS E
No. 46 Motel Street. Near Fori.
MEALS AT IU HOURS FIOX HORNING
UNTIL 10 o'eJocK P. at. For the Benefit ut Labor
ing Men, we will give good Board In Lower doing Boom
$4.80 Per Week, Single Meals 25cts.
BOARD t'P STAIRS a.OO,
We have a separate Dining Boom for La lies with or
GOOD TEA AND COFFEE, ICED SODA !
and gnod cigars always on hand.
iirO 1m K1B8Y and DEWTNfl, Manager!.
CARPENTER AND JOINER
ta.Wrk Done Promptly. -
Shop en Fort St.. Esplanade, opposite Hoppar. Barrel
Factor-. 073 ly
By E. P. ADAMS.
THIS DAI? .
ON WEDNESDAY, : : MARCH 8.
At II A.M., At Salesroom. Will be Sold,
Tbe Wreck of The Schooner Active,
As It lies upon the Beef. Also,
I Foreuiitast. 1 JfolMmttat,
Lot or Spurs.
KortauUI. Wialosall. Jib.
Lot of Riggings Kedge Anchor,
TIIltKE WATER CASKS, Ac, Ac
K. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
By (J. S. UAKiOW.
R O O M S A L E
Off THURSDAY, MARCH 9,
At IO lock A M nt Stales Room.
WtTI be SOW.
A VARIETY OF DRY GOODS !
CLOTH1XQ Aim HATS.
at n trtvocu.
1 SUPERIOR CARRIAGE HORSE
ONE LIGHT BUGGY.
A. Variety of Sitnclrlea..
C. S. BARTOW. Auctioneer.
REGULAR JASH SALE!
ON FRIDAY, - - - MARCH 10,
At tinir-paat 0 A. 31., alSnlea Room.
NEW GOODS, CLOTHING
FANCY GOODS, &c.
Fine Prints, Muslins, Linen Drills,
Brown Cottons, White Cottons, Merino,
Victoria Lawns. Silk liandksrchiefj,
neintncJ Linen Handkerchiefs,
Harvard Shirts, Fancy Flannel Orershirti,
Turkish Towels for Bathintr,
Blankets, White Shirts, Autoikeae; Denimi,
Amoskeag .Stripes, Cotton Drill, Brilllauts,
Fine Tweed Suits, Bed Quilts,
Merino anil Cotton Undersbirtl,
Felt anil Straw Rata, Ladies' Hose,
Men's Socks, Bridles and Bits.
Traveling Bags, Etc, Etc., Etc.
Best Brands Kerosene, Card Matches,
Yeast Powder, Sardines, Wrapping Paper, n
Soda Crackers, Clotbos Pins, Hams,
Bacon, Candles, Pickles, Tobooco,
Cigars. Fine Tea, Oysters,
Axe Handles, Salt, Wash Blue. Pain Killer,
ate. ttr ,tf.
Brown Sugar! Crushed Sugar!
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
At Auction !
I nn aaaVwtjVtri At the Tr$lM of S. U. Xaikai,
TO bHi AT PUBLIC ACCTIOit.
ON SATURDAY, : : MARCH 11th.
At 13 o'clock Xoon.itt Sale. I
All that Parcel of Land
roirrAiiHixa rn.uxs ani is FKrr.
Situate- at the romft t.f Pnnchbowl anf Qan Ntrreu,
Honolulu, tiajrrtber with all Uk
BUILDINGS & IMPROVEMENTS THEREON
Star- For further particulars apply to the auctioneer, or
to Edward ITeston, Solicitor. : Fort street.
Immediately after the sale of said Property, at sales
Will be SUl 01 Public Auction, on account nf
the Eihite of Aionn (p). (Iectmd,
A Building near the Fish Market,
Itecently occupied hr said AIOXA ;P) as a Variety Score
TKBMH MADE KNOWN AT SALE.
C S- BAItTOW, Auctioneer.
ALL SORTS, SIZES & DESCRIPTIONS
AUCTION SALE OF HORSES BUILDING MATERIALS!
TO THE LITE OA IT AIM JOHN MEEK,
By Order of J. I, Powselt, KaaL Trustee.
ON SATURDAY, : : MARCH 11th
At 10 o'elock A. M.
At Dowsett'9 Paddock. Kohololoa
M i', i of the Oahu Prison, will he Sold,
WIKX RE SOI. II WITHOUT RESERVE.
TF.ltn.H. I ASH.
R. P. ADAMS. Anctlotieer.
Knowlcs' Patent Steam Pumps
C. BREWER & CO.,
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands
For Syron from Bostou
ABOVE CELEBRATED PUWPS, FROM NO. 2 TO 6,
AMI ARE It i: 1 11 V TO RECEIVE ORDERS
for any of the pumps of tills uiake to be forwarded
overland if necessary
ROIItER FEED PVKPS.
ins ii i.i.i ; it v 1'ini's.
VAC'iri'X PI' 31 PS,
I'miipi lor Hot or Colli Witter, Suit Water
Prices and other Information given by
ta V. BOffU A I'll.. Agenta.
New England Mutual Life Insurance Co.
OK BOSTON, MASS.
IS CORPORA TED, 183 3.
lite (Jul . Purely Mutual Life Insurance Co. in
tile United Slates.
Policial Issued on the most favorable Terms.
Example or Xois-Forreltrire Plan.
INJURED AUK. 35 YBABi-OaDINAIlY LICE PLAN.
1 Annual premium nuniir. Policy 2 yaers 3 dart
2 A nun tl iremiiini ci.nlinues Putky 4 year. 12 days
3 Annual premium c ntmue. Pulley 0 .-;ir. 27 day.
4 Annual premium ctiKtiuue. Pitllcy H years!! day.
I Annual pi euiiusi conllnatf Pulley 111 year. 64 day.
..jBttots, : : $13,000,000 !
Ia4MMes Pnid throiitvh Ilouolaln Acncjr.
CASTLE & COOKE, ACENT9
tw8 FOIl THE HAWAIIAN ISLAIVUS. ly
Jadt Received by " D. C Murray."
POOR OM M( j; non.
Toil t'ntll You Prosper, aoriat;.
The Sweet LltUe .-put on tin; IIUI, boii; and cboriM.
OM VUbttjTvCbun li.
Tbe IS tar ih&t i nij laorer Home.
Out In the SttrlijfhL
W'hi-re the fMailtlfuI Rlvt-rn Flow.
Time my tU the Ilottea UatIIiiC.
On Win . of I v. . waltz.
Irfain of the ... wtzej.
1enr de lis, mazurka.
My Love has gone a Sailing.
Not Tet, new sons.
Cantat6 fximliio, Charrh SmrUx,
Venlte, Church Harriet?.
Te Df'jm I
Tbs Sarf Bird. ,n:aur kn.
And Many Other New Pieces.
Tot Sale at (7 at) H. M. WUITNKY'9.
thi; riKi:si(;Kp i prn-
pared to bike orders fbr drayuag.
SUnd on Queen gtretrt.
K. V. IlL'SBANDH.
Am;u lot of the i.ivki: i: rt:
t-nry an ajnortmen t of Nambers r- i v -1 per C eyloa
and for sale low by BOLLS's fe CO.
l or Hale by
a-J0- - HAVANA SHAPE I And a good quality.
BOI.I.E3 A CO.
Oregon Sugar Cared Hams.
RECEIVKD Per Bark WAT TIE M A4XEAT.
fifteen days irom Portland, a lot of those splendid
Hums. For sale by (171! BOLLK3 a CO.
IN FBESC'H. GERXA5 and the ptBOl,
by a tralnMl teacher of to yars ezperieoce.
A pply to C d C. oStcn ot this paper. 17S
Fine Manila Cigars!
ANEW INVOKE OF VERY SCPEBIOK
quality, pnt op In botes of 290 each. J oat received
direct from Manila For Sail by
SCI- BOLLES A CO.
FROaf l.OOO TO S,tXM ACRES OF HOOP
LAND, (wttb Carriage iaoadgso aame) on tbe Isutaat
Appiy to (04. uni i.attuut iaj.w-
The Yard and on the Wharf!
iWWest Seautliii, Timber !
REDWOOD SCANTLING, TIMBER,
&c. &c. Sec.
White Cedar 'and Redwood Shingles.
White Pine Boards,
Doors, R. ?. lrao., 2mo., & Sash
SASH AND BLINDS,
NAILS AND GLiSS,
Wall Paper and Border.
In Large Variety.
PAINTS, OILS, TURPENTINE, VARNISH,
ln I nt and Whitewash Urashes,
Sash Weights Line
A I PUULOA SALT. ETC., ETC
GOODS DELIVERED III TOWR FREE OF CHARGE.
Ce- .U auy For la tlile Klnx loan aa per
WILDER Sl CO.,
569 3m Corn-.r Fort ami Queen Street.
HAWAIIAN GUIDE BOOK!
A I! it ikk w;-i Kii-ri'i or TBE Hawaii v i-i.-
ami. IBM IIARB4IKS, AQKICl'LTCaAL aUt
30LRCU. PLANTATION, ISCCNKKT, TuL
CASOB!, CLIMATE. I-OPII.4TI0N, AND
A- Map, A. Ts'-ixll Zndox,
Kf'.l'F.BKii K4 TO SKARLT TWO W
DRED Topics of lat.re.4, or places to be vautaal is
This Really Valuable Hand-Book,
roMTAISrUCO IU PAOBII,
Should be in the Possession
Every one intending to visit this (fraup, or
seeking information about the hUtwU.
Jt gives just tin Information want
ed by tourists anil immigrants,
with cost of
Trarelins, I.iTlnir, Lands, eke.
Price &UsnXy cts.
MniM to iny part of th Cnllxl StaU or tmop.
For 75ct8 Full Postage Prepaid.
H. at. WBITNBT. RraolalB.
WHITE a BALER, gaa rrawelW
oUS Sat OOEDON J 0OTCU, Syaaey, 5. AW
D raise ut abhkh e mm iiomoli i.i .
M. FKKNCT wm attenit to Ike I mini at that
Consulate at the Preneh Ckaneelller. between tbe boors
of 10 and 12 every day. Entrance on Piindibowl straet.
Con sol and r least iiiii of K ranee.
Honolalo. Jan. 11, 1ST. 171
A XI.Y TO TARE I'M i RAIT al WW
aad carry on a Dairy.
Aatpfrta IllNltY MAY.
1 m atrtwtftrkel.