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TT Eutc of 8 P KaUasa. dmaaed. Petition
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the C-art after exaasiaaar the arhok- raUtr mat ri.it
c -anaced that the dreed tet prorcd to he in hi
att rt atrad. aad dediacd ha admit the tunc
a ah I l. ban ordered tetter of adaiciatraUoo tu
W Taaaasi to J Porter Grecs, sp-ir hu flhns a bond
ta the aaa) ul ON. Notice lo crediton to be adrrr
tiaed tor 4 areeaa. aad isTeaterr to be iied io 30
aohhr :;ti .;.
AX IKOSrCMiatST OCJUfAL,
DEVOTED Te HAWAITAK PR9GRESS.
rFBUSHEn tXB Kt.ITKD BT
HFN KY M. WHITNE V.
A im'. aaBMatnOt, irtTfn be two judgr of
thr Saprrmc Ccurt, nrfTT 1"- f mrc! on tlie f.nrtlj
gts ra an appiicati fr a Bear fria!, a ircre
a iuTT bad re tarried a verdt'n ir. favor of the
occxpants of a tract of fand. Icaac-l aparcitlv
in pod faith iVr the term of fifteen Tears, five
I P ri(,hai 1 of artuch Uave expired. The dectsios grama
i the afaaiicaainei U t a new trial, and contain
S:pn Uatiual. j otae poutts of law of iaterest to land Ders
.: : II n - as well !aec.
ath Day ofFet- a mrcuascx to the rvtaaenrer !wt rf the
t" fevTea, steaarfr Eifatrea shows the lanre travo! whi- !i
she sexmres. She is tut itdy a coovonieno-,
I bot a Hecrsxkjf, and even- mouth increases
1 public dependeucv on her. not only for travel
bat for freipritiiifr 'rK.es. wTthhtiu
els? the Lepslattv AsseraVv may do, i;
: siioclj no: fail t Biake amt le prttvisiou for a
aew lat. o at least one hundred tons uitn
capacity than the present one has. She should
be built here and by contract, the contractors
furnishing guarantees for the faithful perfonu-
. ance of their work, within a limited period.
The Board of Iiamtgxatioti has entered into
an enptseuent with Messrs. Afong & Aciiuck.
to pav them twre.uty.fire dollars for each male
and Uiirtj dviLars for 1 h ! s. ::u'a:..Tf :
that they may procure from China during the 1
present year, to the number of two hundrexl or
ore. This offer is a repetition of wiiat was
made to (."ant. Frost aad to other jmrties, and
may be considered as a standing offer, to en
courage immigratioa from Asiatic countries.
Still we aituaid not be limited to the surcs
narao!. shoald it be found Uiatthe inducements
offered are insunVieut. Experience has proved
that t'hina is as ye: the most available source
a-here we eat: procure imtnigrauts, ami with
proper efforts to obtain famili s. a better class
of Chinese may perhaps lm secured, a class
whica will remain and become with their
families perannant settlers. Other countries
pay !rci acvcbty tt two hundred dollars each
for iruinigrants, the latter bein: for sa:h as
come from Europe, and who are really worth
more to the coQDtrytlian paau laborers. All,
however, who come, from whatever s mrce.
help b sustain and enrich the tiatkm, slid should
therefore be equally welcome.
A soara-HAT lengthy staterueat, prepared
expressly for ns by a jreatleman who has re
sided for many years in India, and which ap
pears in another column, will clearly indicate
that there is a fair prospect of obtaining immi
graua from that country. Tlie fact that the
French procure laborers from India fur tire Is
land of Bourbon, located near Mauritius, (.is
we learn to be a tact from Oaataaa Daniel
Smith,) encourages us to h-.-pc that, with pro
per efforts and diplomacy, we " secure the
same fsTTtr, arri procure immigrants from
thence. Appttcation shoald be made, however,
through a special commissioner, first to tho
home government in England, and theu to the
colonial government in India, and if made in
the right way and spirit, it cannot but be suc
cessful. The cost, we thiuk, will prove con
siderably more than the writer estimates, for
Indian produce available for cargo, is de
sirable nor saleable here. Estimating then,
that iOv out of the 60) immigrants who leave
India, reach Hawaii, and that tlie ccsl attend
ing their procaral I 2 1,000, this will make
at least MS fbr each man, woman and child
who nsigiu form the colony. It is well to look
at the matter in its unfavorable aspects, as
well as the rery favorable one preseuted, so as
not to be disappointed with whatever result
may be obtained. Tue statement published to
day is very opportune, and the facts which it
rlaaricdrs should encourage us all to hope that
something may come out of the discussion, and
that repopulatiou from other countries than
China is practicable. As die fiscal year of the
government terminates on the 31st of this
m.tatb, unless action is taken soon in this mat
ter, it rcmst be delayed for months.
by I for immigrants from the East Indies, should bo
J detailed briefly and to the point, as it it a well
known fact that in all goveraDirr.ul transac-
ticr.s this la the principal object to be kept in
The letter aexotupanying the fWT pectus
should be drawn up with the authority of His
half of the coat of experimental wells located, ( Majesty by Qis Excellency the Minister of
one on the Maui isthmus and tlie other on j l-oreipn Affairs, and perhaps it womld le as
! this island, provided the Government will pay ! well to have it done in conjunction with EL
f for the other half. This is an opportunity i B. M Commissioner, or else to hare a letter
pes'es. could they be provided with water
Artesian wells orotherwite, and the capacities
and wealth of th country wcid be thereby
We are infodfted that MessB. Makee and
Com well af Maai. and Mr. Coney of this isl-
and. have expressed a willingness to bear one
from him testifying bis iiia i.leticc-aiHl recotu
mcuding the achemo, and I think his recogni
tion ami approval t' the prosjicctrrs would
greatly enhance its furthers uce and have
weight with the dovermucnt of India.
The Agent in addition to receiving the fore
going documents, should be furnished With cre
dentials empowering him to advocate the
scheme personally, aud to answer all questions
put to him by the Government of India with
regard to the prospectus in all its details, as
we!! as to alter or tuodifv such items coutain-
j which d es nt often present itself, and we
' would nrge upon the Government the import
; ance of takrng strch steps as may be necessary
to settle the . Mr tViii : has
: already been lo several hundred dollars ex.
pense in brituring do an his aorKirattrs, and
I should he be obliged to return withoat an op
1 ponanity to make a test, it will be a long time
before any one ventures oc a similar specula
Mr. tester is confident that water can be ob- i
tained here at the denth of from tiiO to 500
fret, at an expense not exe-eetling three or four i lherei" 18 ! 9S d,u of vitl .nP'rt
thousmad dollars ; bat at an v rate, the borimt i bnt whicU may be iv.unidered essential by
of an Artesian well, even if it proved unsnc- j Government of ludia. ; as it is ceruin that
cessful a. resards water, would afford a ral- most the if U M la,J down b-v
uable 'l-'fJTll into the geological structure of tbe Government of India on the system of
the tvumry, of which very little known. Co,,lie-en.igr,tion will have to be strictly
ShippiM- l'reh BeeC DESCBll-TIOX AND NDXBU OF BACH CUtSS Or
IKUIORAM-S BKQl tSKLl.
Labobeas. Agricultural laborers, Shep
herds, Cow-henls. Coolies, Peons.
Mechanics. Carpenters, Blacksmiths, Ma-
globe where it Tonus a chief item of coa-nanp- S"' oncamaaers, rr.cS.ayers, raintcrs,
Uon. Foranumlrof vear. meat has Ve.i Tinsmiths, Tailors, Shoemakers,
preserved in the Australian colonies, and j Prs. Dye. Boat-builders.
Vuiipcd in cans to Etirope, but the great com- Domstic SiBT.urrs.-BuUcrs Cooks
plain: with this cooked meat, is, that it can Footmen 6, Coachmen S6, Grooms 55,
oulv be !rcyared in one war for the table and Lady's maids and nurses So, Sweepers St,
it soon pails upon t!ie palate ; aud it is more-
froro tbe Eal ladles will be drudraotairroa with
irrard to the pro Ota of the natters, as well aa to
the aga and t niplaynicnt of whlta mechanic, hat
Ictaae oadecelre thaia a to the poaalhllllj of that
M; th result, sod pro re to them that Instead, it
will be to their eallre sdrantafr, sod will sive em
ptoyineat to a (trairi auinhar of white men than
there are at present employed 10 this Klnxilom.
When real ratata holder and capitalist ortd that
instead of the miserable shanties abonndlnx la all
our towns and tlluucra, respectable auj oiuaaienlal
dwclllnan can be cm-ted at a coat abont rqulTlent
to that ot the orixiiol and unaljchtlj ones rxiallna;,
onkis (or thedenoiiltuaol the otd, aad sutwliliilh-ii
ofuew iM.e, with aiawwafatal open lemo woik for
eiuloanrea wiHenaoe. Uthcriai.illuiprov. iu.iii-.
such as tecollrtllii-tloli of hrUatr. OMid and aide
a-jlk-. Willi additional whailr, conilrucllr.ii ol
warehonaea dir., most follow ; and niters In
iBIlillalW the eoat for any parlicnhir wi-rk,
will and that the rieapiesa at moei purtlr me-
eL.t111c.1l labor can be bad. Bill enable Hutu, jjuu 11
SAVE TIME AND EXPENSE ?
BUT THE CHAMPION POST AUGUR, OR POST HOLE DI6KR!
will tie to tueir
ble white mrch
one, and 1.. set
lr. They will 1
There wilt be an
lea In their new pvsiuona
idur all the avail..
IB pet vlaa Iha native
to carried vat proper
trad uf a diminulion,
1 the while mechan-
nn.TVtsor, will, aa a
One of the great problems of the day is how
to ship meat in a fresh state from those coun
tries where stovk growing is an important bttsi- :
ties, to the more thickly inhabited parts of the
aa ra iuuh t rr c-airs wan
Bet E aUtkraptcy of F G PAdci.cc.
aaeB: of accoar-, ot executor
.- , il w
E Harbottia rv strettBi
too efaC H- Boyd, deceased
t era ef Tcrkis biat. rr . .'iayi a lata wr:-
dawna treaa the Cnaaean war. a period of aioai
At the wnnBHtin ml that war. far
The VojjCaso Hocse. By a notice in to
day's issue it will be seen that the " Volcano
House " at Kilaaca will be shortly closed.
This is a matter of regret, as the Huuse, al
though never a source of prrfii to the proprie
tors, has been a great convenience to the pub
lic, and has undoubtedly done much toward
increasing the amount of travel to that wonder
of Hawaii, or more correctly, of the world.
We understand that Messrs. Jones and Bichard
son have been refused a renewal of the lease
of the land in which the crater is situated, and
therefore they wilFbe obliged to vacate in Sep
tember next. The volcano is one of the chief
attractions to tourists to these islands, and as
they as a class spend a good deal of money.
Experiments have been recently niade to test
the efficacy of cold in preserving meat, and the
results so far promise suc-ees. A steamer from j
Xe- York to England recently took over a i
inantity .rf beef in a frozen state. A refrigeru- j
: tor ol great capacity, consuming but a small '
: quantity of ice, was prepared and placed on
board, and in it the meat was kept frozen, and
I it was expected that it would be delivered in
Liverpool in as fresh a state as when it was ;
put on board. Another plan slightly different
from the above has been adopted by the firm of j
i Fuller ft Co of Philadelphia. They have ar
ranged refrigerator rooms iu the four boats
ef the Philadelphia, and Liverpool Line, ami
propose to make regular shipments of beef. '.
Instead of the ice coming in couinc t with the ;
meat ami thus dampening ir, and rendering it ;
susceptible to quick taint after being taken from
the room, a current of air cooled by ice is bio ten
through the meat mom, thus keeping the meal
perfectly dry. The first experiment with 100
head of cattle was perfectly satisfactory.
According to the German papers, a Dr. von ;
Sanrioseweky has succeeded in preserving 1
meat through the agency of cold, and the sys- 1
tem appears likely to become a great success.
By his plan the fresh, and specially prepared 1
parts of the meat, without bone, are subjected
to a high degree of cold, l3o Reaumur) and
this intense cold produces a somewhat similar
effect to iuter.se heat, and tlie preserved meat
issues from the process nearly cooked, but with- :
out on that account losing the natural proper- ;
ties of butchers meat.
After the meat has been thus frozen through, J
it is put iu tins, aud will keep good for years if '
the tins are stacked together, whereby the ad
vantages of a regular ice-pit "are obtained, I
while if the tins are placed apart, their contents I
will keep good for several months. Owing to
the fact that this meat can be boiled, stewed, j
roosteti, ana prepared tor tne table m every
peissibie wray, one is not apt to tire of it, as is
the case with ether pr. served meats.
The merits of this plan have attracted the
attention of the German Government and it lias
been made the subject of careful investigations,
with highly satisfactory results, and two cor
ettes of the German navy just starting out on
a voyage around the world have been supplied
with a stock of meat preserved in this way.
Still another process to which our attention
has been recently directed for preserving meat
an indefinite time, might be easily tested here.
It consists in treating the meat with the acetate
Grass Cutters Si, Washermen SO.
WAGES ABB ACCOMMODATION.
To those classed under the head of Labor
ers, S4 per mouth with food and house-room,
or in lieu of food ?2 extra. The Indian pay of
these classes averages 4 and 5 Rupees per
month or equal to and i'l.iO, and have to
fiid thesmselves in everything.
Mtvbanics $1, per day. The pay of these
men in and about Calcutta is eight annas,
equals 25 cents, and iu the Cpper Provinces
they only receive five annas, 15 eents.
Domestic Servants The pay set opposite
each class is just double the amouut they re
ceive in India, aud with food and lodging or
' in lieu uf tood Si extra would lie sufficient in
ducement to them to immigrate, in fact, this re
mark applies to the whole of the above,
j FOOD OBTALNABLK WHICH GEN EUALLV CON
STITirilS THE ABTK'LKS I StD BV
TUEH DAILY AS DIET.
Milk, (from which they prepare their butter
j and ghee), rice, dholl, garlic, chilees, tumeric,
tamarind, pepper, cocoauut, fish, salt, etc., in
addition to which such fruits and vegetables
as they have been accustomed to in India grow
in abundance on all of the islands of this King
1 Free passages with water, provisions, and
medical supervision will be granted to all im
migrants embarking at Calcutta for this Eing
dom, as well as transit hire from their homes
and subsistence at tlie Coolie Depot up to
date of embarkation and the final disposal of
them on their arrival in Honolulu will be at
tended to and their comfort and accommoda
tion well seeti after.
To obviate any inconvenience which might
be expected to arise with regard to the Hind 00
stannce language, a small nnmber of the na
tives classed under the head of peons might be
engaged : these are men who have been em
ployed mostly as messengers in Public Depart
ments, or attached to the army and have a tol
erably fair knowledge of the English language
and who for 31.00 per month in excess of 1
that given to laborers and coolies would will-
ingly emigrate and could be employed as
overseers and interpieters. Thev are reliable
j men. There i one patent fact that should not
j be lost sight of and that is of all Asiatic or
African races, those of Hindoostan are the '
j most submissive, respectful and easy to con- j
j trol, the result of this is that where they meet
' with fair and just treatment they become dom-
j esticated and give little or no trouble to tbeir
employers, for once they get into the routine
' of what ii. required of them it becomes a sec
i ond part o.' their nature as it were, and their
matter ot course linprure Ibcit status in the social
rale, as well as ei.i.an.c tin Ir rates ol waaiea.
Tith an increase to tbepopa'athMi, au Incrvaae to
trade rnnst naturally result, aad new town aad Til
la;e will spring ap where u.e hare hereto (ore ex
isted. Capitalists will then prub .t h Ai d it to their
advantage to expend some ot thrlr precious dollars
wbicii are bow corroding for want of beirar atblzed.
In sueec'siai and Oeneflcial ipccuhitioa, and which
Would eventually prove a to the country,
well as evince their patriotism much better than by
keeping up a newspaper mar rare which cno only re
sult in rcciiickistiou aiuonr; tlietnselre and prove a
ouree ot auuoyauce lo the noa combatant public
whose interest and wellatc should Ue their study.
In conclusion, I w.nld recommend that the fol
lowing publications he obtained trctn the Superin
tendent ot the Government Priming Press, Hare St.,
Calcutta, which woald torm a rsluablt addition tu
the Government llbrarv:
Enactment of the Supreme Council. Enactment
of the Legislative Council, Annual Revenue Report,
Annual Postal Report, Civil Financial Bu.tect Kali
mate, Military Financial Bud-ret Eatiinate, Public
Work Dcartmuul Budget Estimate, Annual Re
poit of the Sanitary Commission ot the Punjaob, N
W. province. Central India. Beuiral aud Oude. An
nual Report of the. Bank id Beuiral. Indian Penal
Code With Appendix. All foi the Thar l7o.
The cost nf these reports, Ac, including postage.
Is very trittinar, ud would, I have no doubt, nelotaud
to contalu certaja items of Information n Inch might
he useful to the uicuibcrs uf the Legislature at their
Assemblies. TV. II. (
ALL THAT t Kt'lBUUk Ww rMWlBTB) A WW mU or
Ibe areat aierlBl ar thai hwaliwani ta facias as ns saa Wafwrata.
X Fa W A 1 V K RT 1 S K M K X T.-
A. W.PKIRCE & CO.
Offer for Sale
WHALE BOATS AND BOAT STOCK,
Flour cfc Bread !
Lime and Cement,
By Steamer from Sau Francisco,
Potatoes, Onions. &c.
Iraap the kaa.1V, a tkrfrn Bl the ral : aVhTv OSararj fes. ta
always sinaiac in the same aaaeav at near W warii iwa eilh rtVt
e. tinder: lalaa it oat an.l ,! aa Ut crawasd aah . Ja,
Laa.ile in the hand, aivl the aaeh wttl (atl . TRY TBJOt I
We also Offer For Safe,
saaasas aaa rt.nrm. Hay CWfreeT, haew. Vera nwaia, wsaaaaawsrawaj
Harniwa, aea other
HV ktrp on hand a Sftlemtid AmnrtmrnuU of
Builders' Hardware it Mccbanics' Tw-ls
And are cttaatlr nathl adaTitlia IhniM. Tfl pt. Sal aail
House Furnishing and Ornamental Goods,
Lamps, Lanterns, Chandeliers, and Oils.
C U T la "K It tr !
Seines and Twines, Fish Hooks and Unas
WE A Stat
ft. 4.. e iwaawatll kAm:A.al IBSa.aV aTt.
iur tut ifmii 111ru11r.11 1 ami 10.
THIS PAIXT TS MIXED READY FOR USE,
i An.) ran be had la It. 1 auj I calloa eontaiuaea. A vary tars uanilir la barns wsM ta rha Pwftsw laas a. aaai
' uu.l !.. be auiserlar to any other I'alMt waetl. '. bare in suck at preseai aal, lase pars fctwe. eat -sa
! ikrttver any quantity, of thirty iae rtttrerenl shade and eotora, which can tss sasaelssl ftuat a aak awrd a awe aawBKi
In plAty aajt frora tha time wa receive th order.
lie- (ire; in Communication xcilh Jfmnufactunrrs and Afftnt af mO kijtd nf
IMPROVED FARMING TOOLS AND MACHINERY!
.1 i m:M'i:i rn t.i.t
Solicit Orders for any Class of Goods in Our Line !
Ill MNIT TO OKOr.B rrosa arahiBd nuaaiaj ae
DILLINGHAM & Co.,
as mm.i ar miw
O00.U1 in oor Una not obtainable In this Market, WW
any part uf the l i::W Stales, on tbe most liberal Mrtna.
For Portland, Oregon.
nr. FAST SAILU: RAHICKXTINK
.Jf& Jane A. Falkinburg,
la. U. 11V It 11 A 11 i'. MUI l.lt.
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above Port
Far Freutl. ul 1 'ta-Vhaa; r . apply tu
rtaar! c. narria.
CASTLK tXKKK. Aftrnti.
For San Francisco
THE FISB AUKRtt'A.N BARK
Mary Belle Roberts
Brand's Bomb Lancet,
Perry Dais' Painkiller.
Pualoa 8alt Works
Received and for Sale
F. T. LENEHAN & CO.
CAPT. L. C. ORKV.
WILL HIVE QUICK DISPATCH FOR THE ABOVE PORT
If?- Hrt oLass ftunornracKlatJoris for Paasvnfrra In 1st
auU 3dl Oa bin, aad Hiecrafit.
For haaaMpat, apply f
SSJ II. HrKFEl.r t CO.. -t-nta.
rur . ItLUMU, B KJm
Tko IlAWMllaaii ( lipr Tlrl
, at As.ri.ai
Will have Qaiclc Dispitch for above Port.
Vnr Kryy(ht or paasuce, apply l
353 V. T. I.CNRIIAN A CO.. Ase:it.
he uatJuallre. that Tilt. RlA Y. tk. ash 4s; af Aprs!
aeil. at r o'eloek A. W . aa tha l-Sswrt Baaraa aTsaa
supreme . .mrt. at AtUnlanl uaae. UsnasSalw. be a Spaw
an.l ptar fi.r art tredtror. to prose paetr Spaas, aad raws
1 nolica uf aueh beaxis h f t - - 1 latka hi i
ttr fl.r alt person tbarala runesrnej tu apyawr aad iws
e .use, if an; thy re be. ab) thy aaa Hatue X. ' 1 1 s II Pa.al
nut be ileereed taattBrupt,
By rdsr of Iha) rati.
i'o. ti aa B.w a ar.
Isrpatj iWra ilajnai e oar
Honolulu. 2lal Wsreb. IT. p, i,
at i-Ki.ni: on ur or mr. Hawaii h
stateaf rilOMAM law,i, aa,f HoitoiMiw. las,.-
ile.-sasl. O i haxitter, tsrroee Mr Joauee Hum
or Toui-e t.r p. tlu-si tor aHn bbba af j
ai-."l nnal .IwtrlnaUon erpmpertr
On r. .:.!. iui.l ntlnx the pelitk.ii asd aaaaaaaaaa' .
I one. a.Jmin.s;ramx of the .stale of Twowiaa 1 t boa af
iioooeua, -r- 1 i nit rapt I. t taw a i a. ..l I
ami enanres n -rseii wit f. r sa. awa i
may be elamiaed anil aaaroved. arid
rnaj ?- is-.-l. ut aa I ha I
her hand to tn peraoaa lbra swrJlAnf. aaa, I
nr r and ut si rront all farther r
It .s.T.I-r-1. IhatTHlBMHAV. Ihal
A D ar 1 o'clock. A. M. btfora Ae aaa, Jwakew. s:
a mml praoe
a, .be tawe and psasa Pa hoaaaajat
. and that an , ma a.na, i
V -"-'-nt wTaal""
aajph laaswar. ajp ESS
-eeaslea waaaa pa, ilnaa at aw
EX ' AGLAIA' & 'CEDER,'
And other late arrivals.
rpOXS BEST SMITHS' COAT,,
JL Tvss Bil QU'irow Splint Steps Coal,
Bar Iron, in aiorted sixes.
LIME .JUICE CORDIALS!
In 1 dot. eatei of th clbratd manufacture f
JOUX UILLO.N A Co., Glaagow.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPTS
Australia and New Zealand Line
THE HFI.EXDID srt: 1MHIIIP
il n:i Ml
Islan.ls. In BM
I ol tlo'iolula. lar
bate of III at si i
; meet of I W. I
March A. !., I
and a etul'i
.ii , Mrs of Letts
AVAKI.Y, CO n .WAX DEB.
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about March 29.
For Fn-igbt and Passage, or any ftirtl.r infoniiatioo,
apply to M. li.H Kr Kl.D at CO., Ay.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPTS
Australia md New Zealand Line
aabactitaiac witnesaea to
aid wBi, at tap ttava apt
Dated Uiaaafulu, H. I.,
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tsswa mt I
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Ix the si i'ki vjk rot r
ap Joauc Jroo.-Al taaaasaasra
m -.i..as. . ,
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ha awajj B
IB BVs aaaaaaas f
.1 i wi ' : rliaalteayl is m-slsr rA nnrmtA "i'
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tlie meat like ordinary brine.
way it is said the meat will stand any influence j
of climate. When it is desire to use it, all
that is necessary is to soak it in bot water for
a abort time, when the acetate of soda will
In many parts ot this country, cattle as well
as sheep, are killed for their hides ind tallow,
and w e desire to call attention to tbe above
modes of preserving beef for shipment abroad,
with the view of pre-renting if possible this
great waste of valuable food.
without any deviation as they are patient anl
1 .1 r ... . .
a. in mrrnore to mat extent t-enent the cour.tre.
rSiusf 'Jf1 eveiTtJtingabcrtsd be done to encourage their
aaa'BacW .,r.-f ,cr.. later wjr , - ..
iwuciiu . ei picataant, arm ny
provrding convenient and comfortable hotels
at aocb places as Hi!o, and the crater. We
trust that the amonnt of travel to our shores
will tfcoc be ao prtat as to jostify private cap
ital in embarking in these and similar enter
; rises, but in the mean time tire Government
can reader aaa eh assistance by tbe exercise of
a f-sterirg influence, as it is already doing in
some instances. Any reasonable encourace-
Prt to ta Tnent of travel will prove a Bound investmcni.
th' s.-w J aci aary were raorea.-. laed
I rawer hef re fcaewc. aad iarolrlBf aa ej
- -- r. st. n,c..tiui cat a :
hM BCW tic
aaar.y a th aaa. BttUpaa of dnUr.
ahaat Bprrwt,., s
if. a aot cree. tha aatare rereaaaa of
. thst laatiui haa haaa jrowias; itt aad
la ta art: piac. f .r
tiwt near .
id breaths r
boar vadtpptm. Thi,
assamtrr. Aad wht
aie hsas BBBfBHa.Bt artsraaT
4 are wrapt af ta n
taaadaattata faea-a fit WW dwe
aawwwwa twrwey aaa tae Lut.sc powers
raed ThrnraaTi j . af fretx.'
We have tecently had the pleasure of meet
in:, and conversing with a gentleman, Mr. W.
H. Collins, who has resided for twenty-seven
years in India, and is thoroughly posted in re
gard to all that appertains to that country, and
its unnumbered inhabitants. He has at oar
request prepared a statement, showing how
this Government might inaugurate and maintain
a system of immigration from the overpopnlated
hat, heea i
eajfaaafisu were rawly
aa ainarr. peak, wairt oa tintaan of rwai eatale
raw atai al aad lahar utrtted. Bat th 6vrx
saw-, waapid aa aitar faewuraau " hwU nal aattata.
aad aearr Hia laal Iwrwisaait hare paad ta wee,
th pajss ar haiil rattnad. ar ta aay other way ts
Vtwtap s iaaati af oait.-y . has bee. aafled
fakat ah efrt hp hewa etna .r ic de: ttr. A year
ar rape af taa
aa if wiUiae
NMaTaaaBaat rata ? i la
lawtaa are a aasaaBta, ttit a pa
BT aa aav larxt,. caterartee
Mi I kW bbi thai ywatare
Mr. Chas OttsTEB, who is interested in one
of the largest establishment", in the state of
California for iron work, carne clown in the last
steamer from San Fianciscobringing with him
several ::. tisand dollars wtDrfh of toots and
appliances for l-irin Artesian wells. The
question has often been raised aa to whether,
on these small islands, so far away from the
Continent, Artesian wells would be practica
ble : and by many it is regarded as extremely
dpflaafatfBj. Bat there is do question, bat that
aocb wells, if they should be found to work
aweftssfaity, would be of immense benefit to
the country. There are many tracts of land
on all the Island, which are now devoted to
pasturage, fonisajrig perhaps a scanty subsist
ence to droves of horses, cattle and sheep,
T any P'waibilitr be irri
gated from exMtin streaav of water. We
aa enprpslr of , traeta. the
elevated plain between Ewa and Waiaiua on
this island, rortioihi of the west half of Molo
kai, and c istjicta on Mam, aatd Hawaii. There
atawatcra t. ppaat th are other kieaiitiajs oa to winch water mieht -
: U OspawoC lAw Sarwra- K,-l . l . ,i , ,-,
I ts afspt ,r it I " 1 mmmmm w money, UaTe
r la frrf-i j tt tbi harTtha iahMiat BgHuaU-l ' the isthmos between East aad Vast Maui, mad
J ' '" ???Jm,m- bX rtrtile ptainB af Wairnea and Mana,
aa iZZZLZTSTZZ' I i. AUtWdrrictswool.be t.-nmeOi.
af dpwiliWBBtppaaataaliipali mm. 1 ately rendered arajlable for agricultural por-
mmm af awagry umtmif. vwata thpaa tppwiehetaai for
aorhwn la taw nawtiy, aad the ipanaa are erailed
ajaat wfWkaw AWa. traahar tha aconaaaa tazatiaa Ihal
af the praaeat triai ia Tarttsh af
eao the rtsa af tha fliaalBll ia af
a.' Zzg set ta
ry ;ri nsertv
a aaaa aaa taaaaatalasa awa coautaoas.y
i wish bar, bmm mrnmd.
taa BpfPSBliiB was raaatTii. aad rMaraaac to Ear
awwA. apia Cha aaa. aaawta faw paaaaXhdaBssaata
d. hath hp Bsa aaaa., ,
bra daars TatSiph
plains of India, which would ere long result in t,
repeopiiag these Islands with men and women
of superior stock, both mentally and physically,
' and in conferring as well a favor on (he
; Government of India, which is frequently put
: to great expense in providing for its people
during the severe famines which afflict tire
land. We are confident that tbe views of Mr.
Collins will be read with interest at this par
. ticnlar juncture, and we woald recommend
His Majesty's Goveratsent to give the subject
of British Indian immigration a thorough in
vestigation immediately, for it is not often that
an opportunity like the present offers itself, and
if the scheme of Mr. Collins prove of a practical
nature, that measures be at once adopted for
sending a special Corniyainfaer to the Govern
; meet of Great Britain and also to India ;
yooe or pbootdcke
Thai brat step to be taken by the Hawaiian
Government is to place itself in direct com
munication (through its accredited Agent) with
Hi. Excellency tbe Viceroy and Governor Gen
eral nf India, through the secretary to the Go
vernment of India, Foreign Department, Calcut
ta. To carry era! this in view to obtaining sanc
tion to the immigration scheme and for its
successful accomplishment, a prospectus em
bodying the description of labor required, the
numbers of each class, wages and accomooda
lion, passage, etc. of the immigrants from Cal
cutta to this kitagvlom afatl OuwatdBjawaat rnarxn
tee for fuHfilment of the proposals ctwitained
therein, as well as the cause of this application
unambitious, in which latter particular
are the opposite of the Chinaman.
In submitting this proposal I would strongly
advise that the Agent be instructed to solicit
the co-operation of the Indian Government, af-
ter sanction in carrying out the views of this !
Government, and that the selection of the im
migrants be made from the famine districts of
Orissa, in Lower Bengal, or from such other
districts as may be deemed most advisable by
the Government of India. Keeping in view
the necessity existing that the immigrants
should be composed chiefly of families, and if
possible a proportion of young unmarried fe- ;
males, or widows. This, I believe, would '
meet the views of the Indian Government, gain
j their co-operation, and be a saving of expense
! in a great measure, to the Board of Immigra- i
I tion in this country.
Below, I give a rough approximate estimate
! of the probable coat per caput for each immi
grant landing in Honolulu.
salary of AxenL say t S tr.-", at Cam tvsr aw.
To salary far aasotaat. mt larfan', si fix per ao
To itaveliDe aad other cipeeKS, Bay
To traaatl, hire, aad suUistrscs of COO Immijraat
SI uSpWS . ,
To ehartario 100. M skip at X c. is. d par Baa
T . OtUo bstaeeo asli. ester closets Ac Ac
It nut aad pnrruaoiu fc: K 1 nun arrant-, 30 days at
let, par day sack
To sasdieal atfaooABcs Ac while al depot, aad Apolke
oarr. Delias Ac- Sana- soys a
The Following Machinery.
One Sugar Mill, Com piete
WESTON'S CENTRIFUGAL MACHINES.
STE1H CLIRIFIEBS, 400 and 500 Calls.
Of Various Descriptions.
Care, ITei 1-elek'i Champagne, pint and quart,
Bask.u Lawrtnc.' Cbamparne, pi aad qtf,
Baikctt Lawrence' Champaga. .xtra dry.
Cases Hany' ' Brandy,
Caaes Martell'i zzx Brandy,
Cut, Plaaat'a ISC2 Brandy,
Cues Snail Oen.ra,
Baikat Be.t Geneva,
Caaes Beat (fd Tooa OIb.
Cmm Beit Kinahan'a L Irifh Wkiik.y,
Cases Baavill', Irish Winker,
Beit Scotch Wbi.i.y.
QaarUr Cakl Bast "Uenseary'i Pal Brandy,
Qaarter Cuk, Beat Mrteir, Bntoly,
Quarter Cat k, Jamaica Rom.
S BEST AMERICAN WHISKIES !
CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO i
LAC II LAX. Casta aaauUer.
"WtXl Iaoatro Honolulu,
Kandavu, Fiji, and Sydney, N.S. W.
Connecting at Kaniavu with ompaQ' wUmomt for
Ar KU'D. It. Z.. TOBT C1IAI.MKRS, and In. ' nw
On or about the 6th of April.
For Freujht and Paaace. aad further Information, apply
to tmr H. nacKVEho a cti.. a cent.
taeUaaaruptc- of tkknkKl: K i PsLataBW
aaaws, on las .11 nay or I'hnarv lata.
waaeasaai ms-i oj. ptttina. peayaaf that
rs-iraen oe .-
Is. riBBBia aa aa
a bib a. ta ayrahrawa f
Bwaaswa. a a an i - -
peaajf BaeSaaJ a
K .V I All
Is I BBI. I .. HtVrKR-
upon all peT n t, spu-s
on lis tsph day afpakt pat
if any lb y hurt, at, lae prayer of aaa, pu
th l oan thai doe
cd is th Hawaii
m the ewr of Uoanrate. aad
aiaae o, mm aca a aaaanrparr.
auo no uers.it. a oarlfis a
pyer f the j-tlllooer
Sow therefore a ia a,aaj,od Bar Wa
Fredenek O. Padlkeo ha. aosS b as
uanarupt. A DO It as rWrtaaA wroj
banitnipiey be risen in taa Haw
boilWB r-oort n Ho
Jlar h 11-4. ai In oloek A hj.. aa
ecordBBc with tbe prosaarsa af ..ipa Mr af fa cml
real, taa a aaaSp atfaar
Wm have rscntar dt.pateb for the above oamad nru.
no aad after the ath of TSoreiuber aez t. nam fortaer aottoe
rehbtand Paaats taken at lb. Law eat fuu.
BOLLES A AfrabL
Iiatad at nianiiiin Pat SKA 47 af r.HieBj, ta;.
At: A PmA.t.CB.aTP,,
Ml tl Waltbw K asv flsek af Da - n Cmm
Si patBTaTB, t oifrr ar Taaac
rft.A7rtat.-ia Probata. Lwaaa af
IMaodba la -b. Xaitsr -.f ,a, yawsas af
'1-eeaaed Order speolauaw aawa Bar Beat
. '.t wis. r
If ABCIIAWT. till At AST F. at .
aaa of aBM
I u.m for tae p"...-7:.r.-X aad fay III' '" af'sseksas
testamentary to li. w ,a,a - - aa
April loth. Von day
April tnb. Wdnssdji
AptS :B. htaviap..
Bs fraipht an iW lows at AM. aa. OS. .
By caatoma, set.-, , daty Ac oa above .
or, in other words, average coat per caput, Si 5.
In sketching out this rough estimate I have
givsn a large margin for all expenditure,
which from my own personal experience, should
cover everythinsr, aad paost probably leave a
Of course, money for tbe purchase of inch
freight as wonld prfrve most profitable, and,
meet with quick sale, either in the market hare
or in California, wonld have to be advanced
by such mercbastt, at others wishing to in
vest their capital in the speculation, as well as
sums to meet export doty, and all other inci
dental charges accrniiagin Calcutta. The pro
fits on the freight, would, it is supposed be ap
propriated in full by such capitalists aa had
invested their money in the speculation.
Should any farther iitformation be required
with regard to the foregoing, I shall be happy
to supply it, so far aa lies in my power.
W. H. Cbujsa.
P 8 Il may be knraed by trade matters sad Bac
chante, that the introduction of these mechanic
Occidental, Harming asd O.F.C.
Case Bat Pare Sherry,
. Case. Bast Old Port,
Quarter Caak Pal Sherry,
Quarter Cast, Irish VVbiikey,
McEwan's India Pale Ale,
Fiats sad Qaarti.
Xadta Pale Ala. pints aad qoarU,
Baa A Co', India Pals Ai. piau aad quarts,
Oraage Bitten, ia eaiei , "
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'IWATI XXX ST OCT, In taarjnra,
QUAaTB 15B PIXTS.
FSBI WIVE. IwB (Sew, em.ea ; HHRRRT Wlaw
S daa- eaaea, of superior quality.
f. T. LEWEHAW a CO.
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C. Brewer a Co. -Agents.
riBBdb) received Slr, Vrmt aadj
I bt this If.
& Bkrwza a co.
Jly Isth. Thoraday....
Mar BWC iron-lay
Stay lath. Uonday.
Jane Ub. Monday-
Job l.nb. atoala
June iPth. hfonday
ju-s 2Sth. Tl Itllftaj
CIrcolt of llawsll
Clrcail of Kaaai
(Bprwll of Hawa,.
-...ATrcwIt of Kauai
Circuit of lUwan
tl la hereby ordered, that TI KBI.AT,
M V Ml II A. l. UTS at IS a Has. I
ine oort .s,m r an Coast, at AI
os waaiano t. .ni th
llrr.e tif prorlrar aaS w
s bsn an.t ater. aay Beruoaa htlm aw t mmr ,
i.nteM Ibeaald wUI. aad Us ,ra..Baaj f ,
nonololo. wsfhaal a
Ai k Is farther srV.r.1. that nasi n ha I I LI rk
saaSarethsoc slni So mm aaa. - , ra ah Ba. if IB i
Xtatnt in Uoradtsra. to pasear at UP PhBss l,l I
tisaad Miaiia. M. . leaewaey 3PUB mm"
Jato. C Baaataa. latwaty . asea.
V"ii ' I
il who have rhuapt
ad., the BaauppBer waatnaj to aatd Baxaie. . de-iv-r ap ra wwam "
lear Kawafhae : Xotsr t alaa svw tm aay Beraua eh, haw a ewfaw a
Bay at I ,. .. h.r lo Us. paid ac.d as arrh. fhw eAwa. aaspauaT
..Circuit of Hawaii
I -Jrcoilof Hawai,
Orcuit of Kana
Ca all Via4aaM Trips the ..learner wUI seaea her wbarf
J r. n trip lo Kauai, wet tear, at I K. Oa Spwa
trip the steaaner wtU an ham Kaabaala haaVwa l s si
Eawalha heftppp IS a. il, alakena papa aatasesB septal i. I dfiaa, hsa af Marias, street.
, wiautea Bay not before 7 s. a. Any chance from the maw a use c
aasrve awpt ail,i I laja
OJh the trjp of a prii Stth, fOrriaH uf Haw-sd.
wiu not uu lata rrota Kwalhaew::,
at :J t. ., Frltay. A pro Mth: f tltipa
nsjcbinp; Baooiaha, asseapday, s- .. April ath.
Halt, of PpAeataarp. will bei
I To or from IfaaBak!, BfiajAaf
To or from la ha in Massl
, To or frora Maslaea. Maad 7.
To or fin
To 'it m
To or from Kajloa. HawaS
Too front Kaaaaloa. Sseal
10 or trom him. Ilawaa.
To or from Kau Coast. Hawaii
CJrealt of ICrwall. Iiound Trip
To or from aar Port on Kauai
r Orcatt or Kaaai. Bound rrs
uee paaaafe for aaUves ooly.
far- X Credit far
Ticket at the
waawavv ail www T sal
IBJ I, dtdy 1 .aauiit wWBPa wb
Honolulu, BT. I
wrrixiAM a aatrrw.
rth 7, ipa mSK
Notice to Creditors.
A I-I. I
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. taps t Port ,
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C. Brewer at Co.-Asant. Satf
raeurahl arrutaaaBaat eaa always k. AwsXatV
torses aad ihlpeseal of Oil. Bawa Wool nuZTTs
erthaadll. to Saw Bwtford. Btajtoa. Ksw Tork aad
octraraaalar. Porta aOaph Al.aai.i , I, .
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kawvwe bamaTttaTaw papaaw uT
ltawaWaSw wpajii aa pae pa.
ttapspa. hi:. ppj ap
' as. Is
Wo Berth wCl be constlered aa takea an 01 paid pvt. M
mi anses raaawan ee aar prrwaraa ae pa.
rif ht Ibaer Da. SB Daraaad.
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Htvaoiniu oa lh araaioa- .t lb. aaitt. daya lvMhtawl 1 222,'
x ax rax
OfAce WIOtWlMer at CO.. eorlU,
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of Fort A tjwren ttfm
California Bed Brick.
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mm I mmr win pas mmmmmt
f Jc- aaa. ffarp. Jl. uaa.
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