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T. KAX.AKAl'A. .t Oic Grace of (twj, of
ti - Haxrataaa fdanris. Kinr, PoPhocls.im
AN IvnETKNllKNl JOIKNAL,
DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PROGRESS.
vvnusnr.v anp rmtep by
HKXRY M. WHITXEV.
The cnstnms rt.itis.irft, showing the c:qortft
ofprodQct for tiie first (putter of is7r., win
!o found in our iimnorrial column. In a itto
to ns XomnwlljTlH, thorn, 11 i K. the Min-
kJaja, fr the difpat'-h -f iPter of Finame pays that tlir decrease in the
ligcnt, of greater ability, and better fitted for
waging the battle of life, than the Hawaiian of
the present. He will hare preserve! all that
is worth preserving in the customs and national
characteristics of his ancestors, but he will be
' found to have added much thereto of what is
estimable in civilization and morality.
From the Colonies.
Tin Hawaiian iVealy.
Br the arriral ot the Granada oo the 1st, we hare
adrices from SjMoer and Auckland to March 11.
The Morning Htrald fays of the aew line: " The
difficulties that bare purr aode 1 the ftartiof of the
Pacific Mail Service teem now to be overcome. We
hare at present three twMfc) belonging to the Pacific
Mail Cutunany in port, the Co lima, the Zealaodia,
and the Australia, the two latter being the veiel
From Maui it lii-.-.
A correfponJfnt to the Srdne? Morning Herald
write fr iua Mauritius on X ivemher 12 : " A (food
deal of in gar of this crop has now beeQ made, to that
one cm jadge prettj accumtelr with regard to the
aggregate yield likely to be f-i thcoming, and ia eati
mating tlds at 100. Oou tons. I nm not likely to be far
from the mark. The demand for oar produce is not
at the moment as active as might be wished, but
price are nerertheleis fairly maintained, ai holder of
tnc staple prefer to ubtatn advances from the ban hi
built on the Cljde special. y for this service. There t on their stocks rather than oluiii to a heavj fall la
w, tUepcf.ire, an int.lt- suppir of voxels to enrrv t pneet. the next fnr months will deri-Ie the reu!t
leisure, in pursnanco of the
' ut: :;;:.:. thai tin mem
attre Assembly of Our K in-
K-jiflativo Hall, :.t
issH. at 13 o'clock M. on Saturday
bhrth Dar of Kvri A IV Eirbtern
Onr R vii Sirm Manual.
Paifjre in the Oily of Hono
i Twenty-ninth Day of Fel
ijLBBi i n Hundred and Seven,
ty-ir. and the Third Year of Our !
iv KALAKAl'A K.
The WfBrtBtrr erf the Interior,
tiM r I.locas i:tirine
-: .? Mi :. ..... :
1 Si r U lm. Hnf..tiu
. i. WaT. 1
(Mai Vfcanc SBi
I SSaiai nUHu BnrunU m.
TmBrawSjMi Ou. kvtac SB. HaaehtlB,
4 aewwau awiakn to
S. i Vina. Clue "ft. Honolulu.
-S- a ana. Oar. aviate Xanana t. HoooTulu.
a..-- st lionottilu.
quantity of stijrar exported, as compared with
175. i? f-aimerl by the hoMin: of larpe stocks
uom- in store here, and not to any fall
iuK off in tire product. It hns Utjlaj ascertain
ed that not Ml than four million pounds of
suptr alone arc in store. Had thrs amount
pone forward w i t hou t del ay, as in former
vrars, the table would have shown a large in
crease. There has beM no increase of plan
tatiswis or mills nor can there be without a
nnierial bserasle of supply of lalorers, which
are not to U- had cx opt from foreign parU.
IWMS of our readers who have not already
seen it, will le interested iu the editorial of
the Attn on the Hawaiian treaty, which
cofy iu full on this patre. The editors of that
influential paper take a patriotic and correct
view of the oeration of this commercial con
vention, which will opM an outlet for the in
dustry of the fnrinrrs and merchants of the Pa
cific States, and bind us to them in a closer
commercial and political union, in the benefits
flowing from which, all classes, there and here
1 must share. We have no fears about the rati
fication of the treaty. It passed the Senate, on
it ori mpxrf, by a vote of 52 to 12, and it will
pass the representatives by at least a two
thirds Vote, thwiiL'h a majority is all that is re
ipiire 1. We do not expot to hear of the final
result till the arrival oi the Mav steamer
Fnon the Alta QattSiraaX March II.
It is ringdUr that Congre? ?hmld fin-lit so diffi
cult to teals whether ur country thall meet the
jNMiJttM of King Kalakaua for a "ceiprioitj treaty
with a !rnk nwer and assent. 1 he Island King
eamc orcr the ocean la pee as, and he w4 wl loomed
anil treated kindly aud gcnerouly. It was partly
lecause be brbuwd band-oine! y. atd although the
bead of only a small nation, he posescd tbe feeling
and tor e of a genUeuian and an eduoated intellect.
He nt hi Ministers to negotiate the tresty, bat went
back to bis little kingdom, leaving behind hfm pleas
ant memories in the minds of all th e who wet him.
Hi little monarchy need the friendship of uur repub
lic, hu eubject need the Lcni-ut of r market, and
it was that they might obtain such market ou rcci- j
procal' terms that tbe treaty was negotiated. Hut j
aomejiuw, its confirmation hangs fire in Congress. j
Ut caa roamrlj think that the opinion of Mr. Da- j
vid UeUs. uho decided agaiust the treaty upon tbe
grounds of revenue, ought to wtib with t'ougr .ss
wore than all the other great iotertals involved in this ;
treaty, and tU confirmation. Confirming it, we take !
the little Island Kingdom into our fatuay , if nut as a i
sou or daughter born there, yet i-ouicwhat as a son in
law or daughtcriu-law is accepted as a new member.
We hope aud expect to be he .eclurth on good terms
with Groat Uritaiu no wore wars, no more blockade
runners, no dif&cultic uLtch may not be sat.SJ'acluriij J
settled by arbitration, that mode of adjustment .- I
moth cheaper and better and more satittactorv than j
wars and all their terrible consequence. Hut are arc
nut certain of such continued and desirable pea-.-e. In 1
cafe of war with (treat Uritain. we should desire
and need intimate relation? with the liltle Hawaiian
Kingdom becauio o; it position out there in the
(treat ltrttain, nauticaPr expre5ing it, is clcte
aboard of us. She is great, extensive, numerous i
forward the contract with regularity, and we hope
i that, mi a precaution, the company will regnlarly
keep a spare boat at ydncy. If they do this, they
can scarcely, w th their resources a their head-quarter?
in San Francis, break down. Bat without this
precaution, it will be batpwiaibta, in caaa of A break
i t at this end, to snpplr a i.h vessel at short
notice; for though the ships of the A. S. X. Com
pany could perform the hcrvice. they are not of the
tonnage required by the contract."
Ths Parliament of New South Wales was in vafttoa,
and it seemed tikoty that the 11 :.r:-. u MinUtry
would he defeated on the IHscitlsSl Bill, to which
there was much opp(iiti"n. In that event, it is pro
bible that Mr P. it ..cr will be called upon to form a
A catal jne is published of the exhibit sent to the
(';..;:. i Exbibitioij, from which it appearrd that
they number 770, a Lrge proportion of which con
sists of animal? and ores.
The ralue of the exjH.ru for 1 S75 was as follows :
Copper. 109,473 : cotton, ,1SJ : gold, l.mt
i : ram (colonial), u,007 ; tin ore and melted.
2:17.37 : wool, MfttJttt : tallow. 1.1.001 ; hides,
67 ltT ; preserved meals, j2.1I0; aiicellaiicous,
115 U'j. Total value of exports, X.t.BJfi.t 5.1 :
showing a decrease as compared with last year of
143.-95. Tbe import? (or 1874 from lireat Britain
amounted to l.?6J,04l : and other places, 1.917,
.:?. shnwing an inciea.-c on the previous year of
Tbe bbc'isk to be erected at tbe Philadelphia Ex-
! hibition, and which is to represent the bulk of tbe
j gold cxported-froni Queensland from 1863 the (ym-
I pic year until tbe present time, i thus aepcnued
bv the tli itbttne 7c'ejrnph .-The ubehsk, which will
n i be of pine, gilt, will be 20 feet J inches bigb, by 3
-aau . watUBteat.
U-M. KarfSVdAiV.WBo It Em
11 a., r Attaawv Han si. HaaalTil
lapavaa It Haiiar tkxMtnxm. Won a. Oahn
! aa.OMita Ha lei. UwDoiala.
T IT! Pki NooaacM. Honolwia.
r -Lcatac aoi llatEvluo. Honolulu.
l fi l N. T. Huabtoln.
oiiia O. am
fBU was swii this day appointed Deputy
c4 U Kmc dorr.
Wm u. iArTit, iuorOft Jem-raJ
L US Si
-ewTwtr. Italia e-leeZtaB br haUoL bv tbe
a BBWaWlSsJBl 1 rtkUdrs aruwl.iic tbe ommon
" - -.:' tie Ifith . Ut- .!.
I Memb r of tie
I of tbt dm.t of Honolulu. I aland of
MM - . al n: of Uoouiulu.
The recall of Octi. Srhenek, late American
Minister to Etipland(andthe retiitmationof (Jen.
Bel kantp, Secretary of War, under President
Grant, are sad instances of the corrupting; influ
ence of political asso iations. General Sehenck
allowed his name bo le used to give cretlit to
one of the inost bare faced sv. indlcs ever palmed
off in England the famous Emma Mine. The
parties ennjrod in the swindle beCMM rich by
the sale of the mine in England, and the sale
uuld never have been consummated had it
not been aided by the name of the American
Minister, which led the English people to put
full faith in it. He may have beJB doped him
self, but this docs not alter the matter, and he
leaves his post disgraced. Nothing but his
official position prevented his arrest before
"it Hi:;. Krwaoni now remdy fur ;he reeeption
awBasbav f tatawiaa psrtaaalac to tbe Ar.-bruioarv and
SbaaaSHaw mr taw iSaaa.
Sop. ini-h are aecvrrd :th
a- d-p r :..a r a-."-1 th: ai. a-t '! of
BBKWBMT1 lli.i W Ci,
Smmb vl be entered In tbf
. - ri-TTt r-n bsaaw ran, or
fc awSJoV? sjBi W be acenajpauled witbacon-
aorr- m Car aao . awd ff f-r sale, tbe pnr
BBC hnmrb- of :ito:
r to tbe Xumem in any of
bBSbBQ of tb1 kuidom. '
mm mm Mi
BlircBc i oairl ( alrndar.
, commencing Monday tbe Sd.
Tui: case of Secretary Dclknap is equally
unfortunate, and, as is too often the case, a
woman is at the lottom of the trouble. The
facts are briefly these : Mrs. Belknap made an
arrangement years ago with one Marsh to se
cure him an appointment as post trader at Fort
Still, provided he would pay her a large lonus.
The bargain was carried out on both sides, at
first, without Secretary Belknap's knowledge.
When he heard of it he neglected to act us he
should have in putting a 6top to it. Mrs.
Belknap prestntly died, and her sister, whom
the Secretary subsequently married, continued
to receive the Marsh stipend. Two fmyp ago
the swindle was partly axpuMSd by the Tri-
, ,,. . b b u t i ! ofliv i a I n i 'T i . c w as I a k cli of i t . On
the 2d of March the whole affair was before the
House Committee of War Department exjcudi.
turcs, and the Secretary's confession, resigna
' tion and arrest on civil process followed in
j rapid succession, and since developments of
the most startling character have come to light
respecting other appointments. Owing to the
New Zealaud, Australia, Kiji : and the audwich 11-
ands would complete tax her, a chain of possessions
fii'tn the great southern island-continent to British
t'oiumbia. In possessor: of tbe Sandwich Islands,
with their harb..rs and bay in their keeping, rbe I
would have us by the hair ; holding the Pacific ty a j
hue of occupation lroui ictoria to Me.bourite. It is
: nut lo'our intertst that the Sandwich Inlands should
' raJt in any uncertainty a tu iu future relations.
atutally we have the first claim. But we do not dc-
sire to aunex the liltle kingdom. We do desire (hat
' it shall not be anuexed or conquered by England or
' any other power. All the biiehts derivabb? from it
! can be secured by the confirmation of the treaty, which
I gives a portion of her people a market, wh.ch is sore
! ly needed, since thtir lormer depen tcuce, the whaling
j business, has so nearly deerted them.
The opinions of our naval and military officer?
j agree on this question, and bare given expression to
: their tews. They look upon the question as military
! men. nt as merchants af traders bf a single city or
l State. The tflerts ot the Treaty might bear disadvan
. tagensly upon the business of a few of our people,
j wbile it would be beneficial to DOstB, opening up, or
! enlarging tends that canuut v. uir)h uoder a high tariff.
Hut the greatest benefit would be one of uath-nd char
acter. TLc Saadw.ch Isiattda are ai an outlying re
! doubt, the failed Mates bcit.g tbe main fortress. In
the poasesaiuu of au enemy, it could be made to do ua
i an immense amount of injury. Our p.. Hey would
.-rem to be not t desire annexation, but to bind the
I iuvcTuweut and people of Hawaii to ua by reciprocal
interests and alliances of trade and eomineiee whica
: would elTectually bar out any and every oilier nattou
from dangerous rcUti -o with that kingdom.
The New York Jttmld give as or e of its reasons
why the treaty should be approved by Congress, that
it uould prove a popular one with the people of this
fide of the continent, and o would tend toward
strengthening our attachment to the I'oion. It thinks
that tbe.grcal barrier of the Kocky Mountains would
make it comparatively easy for us to assert and main
tain our independence with the assistance of a foreigu
power. The view, ao far as the writer and journal
may he considered, is patriotic and correct. Hut wc
can aaaan the Bmrmld, and the country, that there i .
not a Male iu the American I nion more attached to
it, and less inclined to desire separation from it, than
California. And we may aid, the other Pacific States
and Territories. One of the strongest reasons why wc
j desire the confirmation of the treaty is. that it w uld
I most certainly strengthen tbe Cni-o, wbile conferring
a reciprocal nencm upon naiaitaui ? sutjects.
Xlte Suex t anal.
: ; t
i : . nr.:.- : :
I the nuafan of ail article m Bl be duly ac-
mmmnrmmWif$j, between tbe boars of a
fect square at the base BB4TB the pedestal, tapering
to IS inches square at the top. This will be the
" counterfeit presentment of uo less than Ga tons,
or over 6,000, QUO worth of gold. Around the obeli.-k
will be arranged cubes, also of pine, gilt, each of
which will represent the gold exported in eaoh year
from 1 SfiS to tbe prt-cnt year. Altogether, the obe
lisk and its appurtenances are likely to prove the
most telling of all tbe Queensland exhibits, as ap
pealing more directly to tbe minds of all classes.
The great event of the month has been the success
ful laying of the Australian and New Zealand rub
uurine cable, whereby this colony is pljccd en rajs
port with the Australian colouie. and, through theu:t
with the mother countrv. CongratoUtorv messages
were sent by the Governor toali the Governors of ihe
( Australian colonies, and by Sir Julius Vugel to all
; the Premiers of tbe Australasian oolouies. Hi Kx-
cellency the Marquis bf Xormanby received a tele-
gram from Earl Carnarvou f at the connection by
electric wire of the colony of New Zealand with the
I rest of the loyal colonics of Australia.'
The general elections are over, an 1 tho contending
1 patties have been buy reckoning up their gains or
j their losses. On the whole, the Ministry have fosl
! ground considerably. With the exception of the two
1 question tbe abolition of tne provinces, and the
J mainteuacice of Offosial unity it is extremely doubt
ful whether they have a majority at all.
Speaking of the return of tho Premier, one of tbe
papers say : Sir Julius Wgel bbvjM scarcely have
arrived at a better time for bis own personal and po
litical reputation. The splendid mail steamers visit
ing our waters arc reconciling thu c4onisu to his
Pacific matt projects, and the near approach of tele
graphic communication with the Australian colonies
by the deep-sea cable now being laid, reminds them
how much of the fruition ot tn.it enterprise wa
owing to his strong will and fertile brain.
Tho Marquis of Auckland tu gone to Auckland
for three months.
Comparative returns of the exports and imports of
Hew Zealand :" r 1874 and I--7. give : 1875, imports,
8,029, 172; exports, 3, $2$, 627. 1874, imports,
iS,I2l,SI2 ; export, 5.2il,2ti9.
The Customs receipt for the colony for 1S75
amounted to 1,236.435, as compared with 1,U3,933
collected during 1374.
" WSW Cnlpdoola.
Advices froui New Caledonia, state that a severe
hurricane occurred there on February 2.1 rd, causing
c ndidcrable damage to BWUBB and shipping. Next
day myriads of grasshoppers passed over the coun-
trv. leavintr no viiihlo hnrl.nro.
of the coming ttfgaf season, and. if we escape a hur
ricane during that period. i is prohibit that the crop
or 137G-7 wiM reach at least 130. 000 tons. The colo
nial finances are at the moment in an unsatisfactory
state, anl there lap' he no doht thai the Government
terenue f r 1ST 5 will not aotRce to cover expenae ;
but it must be remembered that our colony ban en
countered exceptionally disastrous time of late year-,
Few cwlonie are, 1 think, able to regain their posi
tion as quickly a this island, if it only have moder
ate good fortune. Notwithstanding the repeated dis
aster which have occurred here from drought, cy
clones, and epidemics, I have no doubt that a couple
of er.'ps bnt little above tho average of ordinary
year wnild make everything rouear de rmi once
more. I have another important flpptwlM to an
nounce, via., that of the Mauritius Dock Company.
This establishment U the uuit important - f its kind
in tho.Mand, and is splendidly situated for business.
The paid-up capita! of the company was a million of
dollar) The shares of the dock, which are of 100
dollars each, paid up, have lately been sold at 30 dol
lar;, on tbe chance of otao arrangement being made
for continuing the business of tbe company, or of a
not too unfavorable Liquidation. As is frequently
the eu5c in unpmsperoud years, the more enterprising
among our population are turning their attention to
, other places in the neighborhood a offering a better
! field Tor their industry than Mauritius. Madagascar
comes in for her full share of our surplus inhabitant,
j and, I may safely say, that up to tbe pretcut few
' seem to have repented of their emigration thither.
; Coffee, sugar, aud vanilla planting, and gancral trad
' ing. appear to ghe profitable results on tbe coast .
! and a spirited French Ann, Messrs. Rjux do FraiiM
I net and Co., ha lately begun to run a steamer be
1 twecn Tamataw, th principal coast town of Madagas
car, and this and Bourbon. What is most eomplain-
ed of by settlors in Madagascar i the native Govern
! mont, which is said to be strongly opposed to any ad
; vaocement, from tho fear that civilisation would re
sult in the place b-ing overrun with Europeans and
ultimately taken from them. It is perfectly well known
that gold mines exist in tbe interior of Madagascar,
but, by the Uooa laws, anyone found mining may bo
punished by death."
H. HACKFELD i CO.
J? O n. SALE
77 A' FOLLOWHfQ
Per Hawaiian 'Bark Ka MoiM
M. KAKEMANN, MASTER,
Now Due from Bremen.
SAVE TIME AMD EXPENSE !
BUY THE CHAMPION POST AUGUR, OR POST HOLE DIGGER!
ALL THAT IS RF.qt IRF.Il TO ('.TVI K AM r
the srrat merit, of tbJa Impl.roeni la fbr l,n to it oprmr,.
Orup th h.n3. n. ,hown In ihr cnl : drt It -hmryij into tb, irranmt
wav nltlnt lii Ihr nlr., or naar ti. nntll tb. rtfc t ,1 . ,
rvllml.r : rlw it out and drop It on th. groand Mdrtrkw. iiului: tt.
handle iu the hand, and 'Jar earth will fall oat. TRY TIIEAI
We also Offer For Sale,
mar Mutine rinwa. Amea plow. Parts P!ow, fftlB i ntttratora.
fbintiMi Mutrtnir MiwMiipsi. liapltt) Ifi s, riatrV ITo, (Jmh H..
UtttAltB IVB Mntbeokt. oa, Miovela. iv$uln ; Witmf, Iron ami jii
lUikea: fane Knlvisi, Ot Itows, Yx Yokra, fx rhainsi. rxth ntb (.rmet
stnnea and rlaiurM, Hay t mitra, Klf Kerd UBNBBBj Wbe4aal Oaaal
mmmi anil otber
We fcep on hand a Spiendid Atmrtmtnt of
Builders1 Hardware k Mechanics Tools
And are rnostanlly making additions thereto, We make ipKtalUr. of
House Furnishing and Ornamental Goods,
Lamps, Lanterns, Chandeliers, and Oils.
CUTLER Y !
Seines and Twines, Fish Hooks and Lines
Agents for the Avcrill Chemical Paint to.
WIS PAIXT IS MIXED READY FOR USE,
I And ran tw liad In X.M.I and 5 gallon nintainTO. A I'XX larse .juanrttr l new. old In the t'nlted rare. and I, la
Mid M i' ,ltfrlor o bii.v olhcr I'nlnt nwl. We have in or at prrwut only tbe prtre Whttv. i,ui ran
( deliver anv qnanttty, nf thirty-one imTerent abadea and rolora. which can he selected from a sample rmrt it our mrt.,
In sixty days from the time w-o reeelve the order.
TFi are in Communication icith MatmJ'artitrerx and Agent of ail kind of
IMPROVED FARMING TOOLS AND MACHINERY!
AMI BfclPKtTI TI.I.T
Solicit Orders for any Class of Goods in Onr Line !
cloods In our line not ohtainuble In this Market, we will I MPORT TO ORDER, from England, tiermaay. .r
anv part or the United Slates, on the most liberal terms.
DILLINGHAM & Co..
57s 3m IM MM U 7 King stHei,
JJIXK PADS, CUOCOLATE AND WHITE
uroiwd piusrs. mu:lins,
llorrocks, Lung Cloth, A 52 in. A 36 in. B
and II 36 in.
Turkey UeJ, Hronn L'-tton and Drill,
Blue Oottu Drill, Ticking, ijickory dtripee,
CottM Sheeting. 72. SO, 90, and 100 in,
Mosquito Netting, Writer-proof Cloth.
H. ft. BnrvVw,
Jacob Bright, radical, id elected to Parliament.
Minister Scbenck'd resignation has been rcreired.
Hopeful signs of a near cessation of war in Spain
tbt April term.
- t .. it-: c W l; t j?;;t, Attorney-General fiiglit of iho witmss, M;irsli, tho autlKTiiies
have aecned to ib-nidoa the pco-wcatfec of the
oi-8tcrctiirv. Those instances tilustt hew dc-
Kawaiiav jct OWtt, c irsca,
UtaMMi ft. E Mikatanl. Tr .rcr Appeal
tma Pohoe Macratrmlc of Oaliu. J. Porter Green
fmr BiaiTlrT. L Kriilpia for defendant appellant.
w. J. K. Vmatii. Ejectmcot. E.
I Ur tbe pUiLtUT, A S Hartwdl for defend-
It may BM be generally knoirn that the fcheme of
catting a cuul through the Suex ilhniu was pro
httonccJ impracticable by Xap .Uv.nr engineers during
the French occupation of Egvpt. the reason asfignci
being a supposed diUcreucc uf level iu tho tcruiinal
Mi This opinion remained unchallenged until f rty- )
fire years ago, when a British officer. Captain Chc
nev, reportcj " that there were BO serious natural '
difficulties,' and that such a canal would be a gmad
and beneficial speculation for the world, a well as a
paying ouc." Like many another able and prophetic
opinion this one was forgotten, until resuscitated ten
years thereafter by Captain Vetch, of the Royal Kogi
neer, whose offer to set about the work met with the
" -. . -1 lr- -.-.I 1.,. - ' '
c.rrieJ throurh' hr the tkfll .nd encrgr of M. de frt-v ""'nd mdJitiinal troops arc to be sent to
I ,.,,!, from whose honenred mniun 'we have no ' Cuj " !oon the w,r 13 ov,r T"""'
intention to pluck a single feather ; yet it if hard that
A Spanish telegram says the rebellion in Spain is
virtually at an end.
Russia has forbid women exercising tho fuuetion of
barrister in ber douiniou.
I f - T5 Kait . :. 5". F ciniCr.t A.
i F I far Cvf-odanis
-' m KalehMulavl v Hoopinpln.et alii. Eject
ta A S HatMlfer pUmUfl, E. Fretton lor
irT ctnuML carst.
icWiyoe. Fitn.UhiD a prcjar-
unj: roHMiou uf opiam
CIV JL ctCS.
Naaetorfc m Aioa. Appeal from Mr. Joatire
Jt5 tttmc Intermediary ."ndjr, A. 8. Hut- !
m : . ':f! P .rier Grt-tn t.T ddeniaiit.
K. Cose, n. Merk. Tmposc E.
r-r.-Km for ptaialiff, A. g Hartwell for defendant, j
-on, A. TI i ill ill n J. N raiks!; it alii. Eject-
ruti Mat r Akt. 'pal"1 Ejoctmnt W.
t Jaaxa lor pfeatif, B. B. Dole lor defendant.
jvh w a iv ed rases.
1 ocene Deiour aa. Tbo. 8 Hotron. Awumpiit,
r C Jaaaa tar rdaiaiifi. Cattle A Smith for dclcnd
Uor; v Keoai. Libel for divorce. L. UB
a . ' H k L! c: f.T d.vorcc. L. Kt
I3i4a far libeilaat.
ormlj Jane LaleAl ra. Lolo'thl. Libel for divorce.
V C Jane far libeUaat, J. Porter Green tor rt
aaeawdaa. l. I'ama ra. Sealakata (ket al. Appeal from
C a!t Cart. Sd C'rrcait. Exception, from ruling
X Br. Jestioe iUrne A S. Hartarell lor pUiutiff,
G kaWoakaer far defendant.
G. V. WOCaag; ra. H. A. WiJrminn Appeal
Bnaaeaaaaaaaaaacrto! wars and a au r. Trawterred
froai VaBaata bv ajrreeae&t. A. 8. Hartwell for
KaWaawr aa. EMcabrta Crabbe el al. Exceptions
ta rm&ar of Mr. Jacttee Barn, A. 8. Hartaell for
aatsatJC W. C. Jooes for defendant,.
lUba.rpta n i. C Voaax Libel for divorce.
J. ?rtet Gaea far Irbellaat. for defendant
7. L Veebacax. MinUter of Interior, va. D. W.
( a'. Alwiaal from police maciatr tr of Ho
A S. H"lwet: lor arfendsat, apt-ellant.
(W' ra Kaalaapaa. Lioel for Ci.orcc. E.
"a aUac r. Aaarai. Havir.; opiara in poeseas
ia: Qaaaiin aaaarwad troai 4ib Jadiciol Circuit.
JL S. Bartwci: for defeadaat
Card of Edaalion e the Commissioner, of
U laaria, far tte ialand ot Mani. A 8. Hartwell
:,rc aaawiaplcv of F G Padeken. Question re
a- red W S. Cartre lor Ut Marshal, A. 8. Hart
ana tar lacaawatSaa. V. C. Jaaea for tbe creditors.
a! ctaaobm before the He. A. For-
Jajaf the second Judicial Cit-
child rec of w" As J-arc.
E. Jones, rendered his an
.' K.isnao. Moio-
. Will admit-
tary isaaed to the
late of Waihee. de-
tment of idmini.trator.
appotnUad npon fllinp
hie of Wailukn, dc-
lo cell real estate.
, rw,:ickn.deceaed. Pc-
of the erediton of tbe ea-
t to render hit acroaiat aad
wT taw eatate into coorr Tbe execs
I tied an answer ra the
! to brine the fatvda iuto coert.
: of tie Dawrt defrm-d.
"ak fiaMafttCflaf UaMaC Pill MIC O
" Cbrav at7 A- W. Kaedham
. - .. a a. . --a . ; .
I !. WmU ' a!1,1 '! .
raaw. aaal W. G Weerlaaai
w- ad rr Urt aaa of t3W.
U aa ay r. Baa an.
wIU read Uteen car
Was af jaU. aawcraaW aailioa or, from tb Coaanli
aa c Tanrwda aad Caiifsraia mine, U tb, Cecteatal.
TViaaa bl I H -PI !r '-t- t U Ijm
. ar ia waafbi, as gatd and ailrer, to IM una.
moralizing the public service in America lias
The Advertiser of Saturdav last contains a
loader of two-thirds of a column in length,
which displays a sad lac k of self-control, and of
journalistic dignity, abounding to such epi
thets as "damnable," and "driveling,'' and
"wiiked," which are applied to this journal
and its opinions. The article shows a new
hand at the bellows, and is written in such an
i excited tone, and is so evidentlv dictated bv
I feelings of family partisanship, ralher than by
common sense, that we were strongly templed
to take no notice of it. The language of the
: article in the L-ihui was unmistakable that
. Chinese were not a desirable element to intro-
duce here, and that public funds should not 1
i voted for this object. The natives understood
I this to be its purport- The inference is that
our agrimltural interests had better suffer, onr
, caue fields rot, and onr sugar mills lie still,
rather than obtain what is the most available
; labor to meet the crisis.
But an interesting question is suggested.
" The writer in the P. C: A., who, in his wrath,
at the unutterable indignity we have done his
;iny pro Um, the Luh'ii Hnroii, sometimes
forget whether he is or "ire" is very
sentimental in regard to the yonng gentleman
who wrote the editorial on " Repopulation "
! reprinted by ns last week from the Lohui Ha
waii. " He knows,"' says our contemporary.
" that there is a future for Hawaii, grand and
j hapP.v"' but unfortunately this delightful pros
pect doe not satisfy him. "The question for
him is, will his race be the people ?" We are
a little doubtful as to what is meant by "his
race."" Is it the old, unadulterated Hawaiian
stock? or is it the improved race of com
mingled Hawaiian and foreign blood which
is 60 rapidly increasing in onr midst, aud which
promises, not only to be the coming race, but
to be an immense improvement intellectually,
socially, and morally on the ancient breed ?
An 1 here i6 the point which interests us : If it
were possible, is it desirable to maintain on
these islands a purely oceanic race ? Do not
those nations and people exhibit the highest
civilization, and the greatest capacity for pro
gress, who are the result of an amalgamation
of different and distinct race ? When breed
en of domestic animals wish to improve their !
stock, they do it by a union with a superior
breed, and in like manner the Hawaiian race, '
although it would doubtless,, bo benefitted to
some extent by an intermingling with a cognate j
race of its own grade, would le vastly more
improved by a similar intermingling with such !
superior races as the Caucasian or Hrndoostauee
or even the despised Mongolian. And would
not such a mixed race be still Hawaiian ? We
maintain that it would. It would not be the
Identical hlwi of one hundred years ago, but j
Hawaiian nevertheless. What Englishman of
to-day can boast of a lineage back to the days I
of Alfred (he Great uncontaminated by foreign j
The Hawaiian of the future will be more :
cosmopolitan, but at the same time more intel-
made to get a new trial
Tbe Presii lent has signe.l tho Centennial Appropri
l rcn in, in pfTitrts arc K.-in
c a? a nation shonM lc aba.-cd for the rrit'jff.it"u-n t f... rtti-n;n in ltr..ri Tv
ol a iaiiacT t;reau ur rreiicn, anJexpotctt bviinii'a
uiiticcr otticcrs nearly hatfacetitorr ago. Neverthe-
lett, it may aSVrl some r50latiin to know that the -steamer
.to pass frum the Red Sea to tho Mcii
tcrrnnean. through the ret unfinished wutcrw iy, was
the VwrW, on October 3 and 4, Tbii littlt
Clyde-built vessel . belonging to the Steam Terry
C -mpauy, was placed at the dispsl of Mr. ... West,
Ii.l!.M. Consul, and a party or En?lih and Scotch
rentlemen. accompanied br M. !c Bjpu de La tour, '
one of de Lessep's inspectors, on the occasion referred
to. Dre lging being then more or less in progress,
the trip occupied part of two dayi, but the whole 96
mirs were accomplished without accident. With the
account and illustrations of (he pompous opening of
the canal, which occurred during the following month,
we are at. familiar, but the practical announcement
that Hindustan had been thus brought 5,000 miles
nearer our doors was made by the arrival in London
of the steamship India, on March 12, IS70. Even a
more palpable anticipation of tbe influence the Suez
Canal was destined to exercise ou commerce was
afforded by the arrival, a few day? later, at Liverpool
The Turkish insurgents, it is said, will accept no
A lob-ter weighing twelve and one-half pounds
was recently caught at Santa Monica. California.
The Western Uni n Telegraph Company has re
duced its rates from twenty to thirty per cent.
Ao intoxicated letter carrier was arrested in San
Francisco the other day and theo discharged.
Black and Colored Merinos,
Iilnck Coboorgs ami Italian Cloth.
Itarcgc, in all colors; Linen,
Bedford Cords, fjOTJ TVT A T
For Portland, Oregon.
THE FAST SAILING nAP.KKNTINK
lS Jane A. Falkinburg,
I II. HI BB.4RT, MASTER.
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above Port
OC riiiKlit and Passage, apply to
J8i CASTLK ct COOKE, Ancnta.
For San Francisco
THE FINK AMERICAN HARK
Mary Belle Roberts !
CAFT. ' C. tsatEV,
WILL HAVE QUICK DISPITCH FOR THE ABOVE PORT
iTtj- First tmm accommodation for FlMtflpMI In 1st
and 2d CithLn. and 8teerai;e.
For PHMsatfe. apply to
5SJ II. ItACKFELD A CO., Agent.
PACIFIC MML STEAMSHIP COMP'Y'S
Australia and New Zealand Line
I I'KEHi: I .
S. It. Itoirk.-n. aluu E. AsrcoL v
r. malur of ih
litrrby atran to th cmttlora of I his ratal., who hTa
proved ihalr clauim. nnl ar rotitleil 10 vi. tt,.
.IwUon for Aasurnrrsln lunltrupicy, am b hrtd In Hi.
(3araa ofMc of tbe Supremo Ciouri. from 10 o'clock a st
tUl aoon on Saturday tbt litli day of April. A I) , lt?t at
Alholaul Hook. WaLTKK It. stM.
n.ra of Suprrmr Caart.
Honolulu, IT. I., Marrh :tb. IS7. aji . t
IX THE MATTEK Of Till: ESTATE Of Klif).
KAl'l (art, law if Honolulu. ilNraa-d. Motln i.
heri-by civ,.i. Uiatail parsuoa, wbatbar secured ay im.f.
ciiei" or otliorarl!. having rlalrua or dnnands aaalnst lb.
oatau- of tbe late Krekapn ,w dereowd. ore reqoestedto
present the same, pn perly authenticated, to Ihe under
slcneil, at No. S Kaabumanu atreeu Honolulu, wlthtu sa
months fntm the date of tbe llrst puhlkatlun of tbla aoiU'e
or they will be forever barred ; and all persona MiSm
to aaid estate are bareby required to make immediate
jiayuient to tlie umlerHurnefl. r. w. imimhi
Kxecotur of last will and testament ot Krekapu ite. eased
Honolnlu, Mar. U .'IS. 197. ut i
THE SPLEMIID I K A Sis 1 11 f
TailleJ Cambric and ilesiss,
Black Lasting. Flax PaJJing,
Cotton and Linen Thread, white, black and
brown, assorted numbers,
Vbito 4 Uronn Cotton Turkish Towels, Ac,
Linen and Cotton Handkerchiefs, white and
turkey red ;
Tahlc Cloths, Mcn'a Socks,
Ladies' Stockings, assorted,
While and Brown Cotton Uuderrhirts, and
Water-proof and Fianncl Shirts,
Ml A O li Fit It . t'APTAI X.
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about April 26.
For Freight and Pan
apply to 6V7
, or any further information,
HACatraU) . (O., AneiiU.
SI nUVS rtll'RT OF THE IHH I II t V
ISLANDS! In ITobate. Kand of tlahn. II...I,,,,
Is.umls. s. In tba matter of the Eatatr of Itl limr
Mi KIIIBIN, lata of Honolulu, (labu, Hawaiian Islands, .le
ceaaed. Order aMaaaaasg uW for probate of will and
illrertlna putitk-nuon of notbs of the aama.
A dorunient. ptirportin. u be tba laat wUI and beta,
ment of Mnhert MrKlbbln. of Honolnlu. dereaaed, havlm;
on tbe ::nd aajr at March, A. D. I ilt, been pri senled
to sal.l I'rohate Court, and a petition for the probate there,
of, ami fur the leanam-e nr letters testamentary to Ma.
auiler MuKlhhiu and V. I ureeu. luivfng been OJeil hy W
It Is hereby ordered, that FTtlDAV, the irh day of
A PHI I.. A. I is:s, at lOo'rlocka. SL. of Bald day, al tba
Conrt Room of sold Court, al Alilolanl llala In Ho
nolulu, be. and the same la, hereby appointed the tlnia
for proving said Will and hearing said appriratkin when
and where any person Interested may appearand iwtlest
the soltl Will, and tbe granting uf the letters tesbun alary.
Is la further ordered, that notice thereof he given by
publication, for three succeaorre weeks. In the Hawaiian
lloaetle, a newspaper printed and published iu llonoliiu
And It is fort
tcsudnr lu linn. .lulu
Kin I at Honolulu
L, March :.1rd !:.
A. KitAMCIs I'DD.
Julii- of the supreme CoarL
E. i: : i . Deputy clerk. -i t
III Ilic innllrr of the
WIN NELL, a Voluntary
N 8W ADVERTISEMENTS.
The rntlrnlfrnoil, duly Sarorn before
lilaclt Lace ShawU, Silk Umbrellai,
i-, Poacbos. Monkey Jackets,
FLANNEL SACKS AND PANTS,
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMP'Y'S
Australia md New Zealand Line
Buckskin and Cloth Sacks and PantJ
An Asiortineot f USE SUITS,
THE SPLGSIHn sIEAJIMHIP
CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO i
AJ iXJL Lonvo Honolulu,
.. ... ..i -rli-. .......
WOOLEN BLANKETS! Kandavu, Fiji, and Sydney, N.S.W.
Jostle of .Supreme Court, and having two superior Berlin
instriimcnts l prepared to make Analysis of fSuuar by
IV!arlxation. Having assisted CM. Z- S. HpaMinglast Jtmt
to polarize tiUpnrchases of rtflAcrr u,-:ar. be Is confident
of tbe steamer Danube, with 4,000 bales of cotton, j of giving correct results.
Om week afterwards the same f m$A sailed, and afte:
a v .y.i.'c of fortT-Cre dars delivered yum in Bouibij.
spno fri-ui the inward carjro ft double vot which
a few vcars would hare dctnaoded at leaJt
a year for it? performance.
It is not earprisins; that tbe early fiaancial reruHs
ef an engineering triumph nfsoch magnitude should
for ft time bare been somewhat di.-appointing.
Accordingly , we find that its accounts showed a de
ficiency of S.OOOf. in 1S71. But it must be gratifying
to the shareholders to learn, from a recent isue of
the Semaphore of MarsetU"?, that in the traffic returns
duriug eleren ui . of tbfTfast three years were :
Honolulu. March Jlst. If 76.
wil a iuwi.v.
Xo. .f 1jip.
... I.OTT ..
.. M3 ..
... 1.33 ..
Draura the ABSRircE or n. r. dilunh.
HAM from tut KI-gdom, Mr. II. J. AOXEW is
authorized to sign by procuration for the firm of Pitting
bam A CO. DJLLIXUUAU A CO.
Honolulu. March 21st, ttTfc 596 St
ON Till STHOF APRIL 1S7G. AT 12 (M idi
NOt)!f. a lot of estry horses wilt be sold at the
Pnnnd at Kohotaloa, IHstrict of Honnluto. The horses
are of various ages and sexea, aud are marked with a
number of indescribable hnmda.
A. IS. KAAUKl'U. Pound Ma&lr.
March 3Tst, IS78. - 536 It
Showing an increac of S and 16 per cent, respec
tively. It may also help to soothe the perturbed
spirits of tome continental critics who object to the
ttritish attitJde now assumed with re.pect to the
Canal, that last year the British vessel which used
it were 60 per cent.', aad their tonnage 71 per cent, of 1
the total nam ber which pasted through ; and of the j
revenue collected, amounting tt 91 1 ,032., the rather
important item of 647, 933i. was contributed by Briti sh '
hips. If British merchants cannot laj claim to any !
of the honor or accomplishing this van undertaking, i
they are undoubtedly entitled to be regftrded as its !
The following particulars ab 'it tbe Canal, from tbe ;
recently published edition of 9bettell's Ifamval of !
Fortigm Haitwojpt. may prove interesting : The Suex
Canah coonects the Mediterranean with the Red Sea.
Starting from Port Said, about 40 miles east of the i
Damietta mouth of the Nile, it T-rocceds across tbe I f- r :.aji t j
Llhota. and Ibrougb lb. Uk. M.ni.l.h, EI Halloa. " maybefoHtld CpCCUjlbj for
and Ttmsab, on the shores of which latter stands the
new town of Ismalta, and through the Bitter Lakes
to Suez. Its total length is about 9n miles. Its
actual width c-rcr tbe creater rurt of it" lenrth J -
not permit of two rebels Dasricr or crossinr each : .PfT beetlnga. ?. !. and to Qnarters: American A
o!her in the Canal, but tbete are nuowruus sidings by
means of which ships can cross one another and tbe
passage is facilitated. On March 3 last, 33 large
rtjafiit were Minultaneonsly traversing the Canal,
some from Port Said and others from Suet. Vessel
measftriog 430 feet ia length, ftad drawing 23 feet 9
inches of water, have passedf alely through the Canal
Tbe Company possesses a rast domain on the banks
of tbe Canal and about lamella, which it is gradually
selling aad leading. The actual eost of tbe Canal,
according to tbe report for tbe year 1574, was 17.S19.
729., exclusive ol the I,36o,0fH). bonds issued to pay
interest on shares in arrear daring part of the period
?J THAT TALFABLE AND DIM1MI1LI:
jja Comer Lot. bsvlng M fe"t frontage to the F.w aide
saa. of Mannakea street, and IS feet frontage to tbe
makal side of King Street. Honolola, with well bnilt
Brick Hon thereon, suitable for a store and dwelling
For terms and otber particulars, enquire of
K. T. O'HALLOBAN,
Solicitor, Fort Street.
E. 0. HALL & SON
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
AMKRICAX MIMtH(. A. ni.f; II i:i
COTrONS. 4-4 ; Wamsatta, 4-4 niearhed Cotton!.;
A. licking, c. 4c 1. Tvkiiisw. njrJiJi Kobe iTmts. Iark
and Liht Ground Pink Pvl Prints, Euamr led Dock and
scarlet, green, blue and white ;
White Cotton Blankets, Horse Blankets,
Light and Heavy Bnrlaps,
Woolpack, Sail Twine,
Rugs and Carpets.
Rubber Goods Garten, Suspenders, Girdles
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SADDLES,
Bridles, Bits, and Spun,
French and German Calfskins,
India Rubber BaPs, Feather Dusters.
Blank Books, Blank Notes,
Genuine Gold Leaf,
Jewelry, such as Ear Rings, Brooches, Ao.
Harmonicas, Massa Pipes,
London and Meerschaum PipcJ,
Genuine Eau de Cologne!
Lubia't Extract's Soaps, Tooth Blushes,
INT 3Z 3Z. ID Ij TH S,
Pooket Knives, Scissors, Charcoal Irooa.
iTaahiiig Tuba, Galr. Buckets, 10 and 12 in.
GERMAN, ENGLISH AND FRENCH
Crushed Sugar, Sardines, Ac, Ac.
Wax Tapers, Camphor, Safety Matches,
Cnnnvtintr at Kandavn wt!h Compatiy's steamer fur
AUCKLAND, -N. Z., I'UltTCHALMEIM, and intrrnivdiate
On or about the 6th of April.
For Freijrlit and Passagr. and further information, .pptv
to Mi H. HACKFELD A IX.. Axenta.
K A. 31 A. I L E !
HI RIIMXi, NAATER.
Will hare regular di-patch for tbe above named Porta,
no and after i: oth of .November neat, until further notice
Krriarht and Paaoaare taken at the Lowest Kate.
H KOLLES A TO., Affents.
Whit, Zine, White Lead,
An elegant paiatia of tha ruin of Fort Ticonde
roga is lo be sent to the Centennial.
In the Centennial Art Gallery fall length portraits
of all tbe Presidents cf Ihe United State will be ex
hibited. Tbe German iteaaufcip Essen, leares Bremerharen
toon, basing on board the celebrated Krnpp gun,
vhieh is lo be shown at the Centennial Exhibition.
A 6 tea diftereM steamers are also loaded sritfc exhib
jts from the several European cities.
Six Philadelphia street railroads will run to tbe Ex
hibition grounds daring tb. rammer. If necessarr,
one ear trill be started every minute.
Mr. Theodore Thomas will bold his roneerts daring
the summer in Philadelphia. He will conduct the
aaaiie at the opening of the Exhibitioa.
A Full Atsortmeni of
Hardware, Fence Wire,
Tin. Solder. Force and Lift Pumpe. and a complete stork
of Toots Locks. Si is, (Screws, butts. Uotla. Axles, Hprinff.
OuTlare and Itidinc Wnipa, Ac, etc., in variety, too
numerous lo specifr.
1 r; t-. Varaiah. Bntsbea. Auriralmral Implerneni..
Western " two Horse Tandem CuidTalora, Moline Plows,
?T-PAH3. raoH POTS.
Seine Twines !
And aoon expected a splendid assortment of tlie beet
PLATED SILVER WARE!
To sail every taste, Kmres, Forks. Rpotns, Ac. Ac.
Mt Im E. O. HALL at SOX.
Green aai Black
Berlin Blue, ilubburk's Paint Oil
Jobannisberger, Liebfrauenmileb, Claret,
Champagne, Heidsieck's, Ac
Sparkling Hoek, quarts and pints.
Kej Brand, St Paul's, Lager Beer,
JeiTrev's Ale & Porter, Bavarian Beer, qts a pta
Cognac Brandy, Gin, Ae.( Alcohol in Demijohns
CIGARS HAVANA & GERMAN
C. C. Tin Plates, Sheet Zinc, Keg Rireta.
Galvanised Iron Pipe, 4 in. J in. I in. 11 in.
Babbitts Metal, Hoop Iron. , , , U.
Wrapping Paper, Horse Rope, wMt ;
Corks, Moulding. Looking Glasses A Chromes,
Tnaibleri, Water Moakejf ,Garabierand Cnteb,
Demijohns, 1, 1, 3 and 5 galls., Market Baskets,
Bireh Brooms, Cement, Fire Clav, Fire Bricks,
Elates, Barrels and Casks, 4c., Ac
MAltcil.l r, : i : t HASTES.
April Ifttb, Monday
April 13tb, Wednesday....
April :;m. M ndav..,.
Mar Ut, Monday
May Sth. Mo'iday
Mar lth. Thursday
May ?id, Sfonday.........
May vjih. Monday..
June &th, Monday
June IStb, Monday
J .;.- I9th, Monday
June 25tb. Wednesday
Can-nit of Hawaii
Circuit of Kauai
Circuit of Hawaii
circuit ut Hawaii
Circuit of Kauai
Circuit of Hawau
....Circuit of Hawaii
, -...Circuit of Hawaii
Circuit of KaUiU
As.es mad to irrrite. Order from I Ac other la4$
executed ou arrinej.
8AHPLEH XOW OPKV J OB IXSPW TIO.V.
Wi lqr -..
Fine Manila Cigars!
A Rf INVOICE OF TEBY SI IM KIOR
J qoaltty, put op fo boxes of 200 earh. Just reiived
On ail Windward Trips the Hteamer will ve her w barf
at Hjn; all trips to Kaoaf, will leave at 4 r. ss. On down
trips ibe Hteamer will not leave KaaJualu before 8 a. M.,
Kawalhue tot-fore 10 a. sr., Makensi ao per nMkr on up trip.
MtaJaea Bay not before 7 a. at. Any change from Ui
aboTe will be f.-h Tii- d.
On the trtp of April -1 th . (CTrcnlt-of Bawaif. i the Htounrr
will not lake cattle from Kawainae-wlil Iraro Kawaihn
at 9:30 a. Friday, April ZSlh; Maaiaca Bay at 6 r. at.,
rcacblne Honoluln, Saturday, a. at., April TJth.
Hates of Pussafrc will be
To or from Kannakakal, Moiokal S3a0
loorirom inaina, ........ ..
To or from MaaUaca, Maul M
To or from Makena, Maul
To or from Mabakonm. UvwbII
To or from Kawalbae, Hawaii
i To or from Kailna. la wad
i o or from KaawakMt, Hawaii
To or from HUo, H
To Or from Kan '.oost Hawaii
Circuit ut Hawa.1, Koaud Trio
To or frtim any Port on Kauai
Circuit af Kauai, Kowsul Trip ..
becjc puaaaa; for naUvee only limJ
mr Ho t'mlit for Ptwue Mans;. -
TlcUrU at Ibe ntuw only.
?fo berth will be considered aa taken iinUI paid fc. Not
responsihlp fm unnusrkwwl Bsurajasj)! or any Frpigbt or Par
cels unless receipted for.
Freight Money Dne on Domand.
AW An eflbrt w.ll be made to hare Ibe Heamr rearh
Honolulu on the even in of Use woe day saw If aves Mam
HAHl'KL O. WILDER. ..feat.
Office with Wilder Jk Co.. corner of Fort A (.ueeo 1lru
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAJi FRANCISCO!
A C. Brewer A Co. -Agents
NaafiMereaaedlse raesisad Storage Pre aad;
oaraj caap earaaraa asaae aa aaiaaaenla hr ibis line.
direct from alanfla
Fot Sole br
BoLI-f-S i CO,
Saloon Pilot Bread.
C ASES AXD tkK.
Vox sale by
Peru. Belle Brabeta
lo. if .
UKW8R 4 CO.
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
C. Brewer a Co. Aeents
Fsforabl. srranaem.nta caa alwari b.
made lor ilori;b and shipment of Oil. Bon., Wool, Hides aad
otber Msreeaadls. to New Bedford. Bostea, Sew York and
olh.r aetata Porte. 49" Ceek adsaaeei made.
il-l7 C. BBEWKK k CO.
Z5 BanHriiptrr of MAJOR T
Major T. 0bun.l. of Honolulu, having ram, hefure tha
Hi. Ti..n.lil,. Charlie c . IlarrK Jiihii f ih,. :-.m..n.-
Court, ami dsf tsreil himself a hankriint oa proriiled In
-Vi llon smii.f the civil lisle, it won this day ordered by
th" sold Jusllrw. iruil Tlll ltHliA V. th. arji day of April
IK-st. at 10 o'rlia-lc A. M ., ot Ih.- Court Iloons of the
supreme Court, at Alilolanl House, Honolulu, be th- tun.
and ploce for alt i rdltors lo prove their debts, and that
notice of sui-h hearlne- bi' pnblish.d in tba HawalUn tlaz
ette for oil persons Utereiu concerned to appear ami .how
cuse(ir nny tli.re be. why tlie said Major T. liunaeil tbooid
not be decreed bankrupt.
By order of u. -oort,
JXO. K. BARNARD.
Oepoty Clerlt Supreme court.
Honolulu. tM March. IKl n
srpRF.wi; i oi u r or T(K HAWAiiasj
l-I.V.MW. IN I'lUlBCIK. In Ih. iiuu, .1 ih.
entaieoi i iitstAn insi I, late or Honolulu. Island ofOadM.
deceased, at chambers, before Mr. Justice Harris. Oroar
of notice of petition for allowance of accounts, dleraaige,
uuil nnnl distrthntlon of property.
On r. iiili iu; ami nilnej tbe peUtion and occoanla of Anna
Long, administratrix of tlie estate of '1 liomoa laina. late of
Honolulu, ilrceiuaxl, wh.rein "hea.iks to be allowed -Hi aa
and rhame beraelf wltb I7I7.W. and asks that th- same
may be examined and approved, and that a final order
may Im- mod.- of distribution of the properly. remaluUuj In
hor hands to th. persona thereto entitled, and i!Lsrharalr,
h-r and her sureties from all further responsibility aa ok b
It Is ordered, that TlirRHOAY, tbe :oih day of APRI1
A. 11. 197a, at 10 o'clock. A. M. brfore the asod Jnet.ce. al
Chambers, In the Court Raids-, al Honolulu, "Ss and toe
same hereby Is appointed as Ibe time and piece far n carina
said petition, and accounla. and that all persona inlcreated
may then and Ibere appear and show raoee. If any they
base, why the am. should not he (ranted, and may or
ient evidence as :o who are emitted tola said pro p. nr.
And that this order, In Ihe Fneilsh lanauoee be uiikk.)
In tbe Hawaiian llaselle. newspaper pruned and pablsshed
In lloonlnhi, for three succea.lve weeks previous to 'he
time therein .ppolnted for said heartruj.
tinted al Uonoluln, tt. I., this lath day of March, leTa.
UHAi ft II ARRIts.
JnatlcF of ibe Hupreme Court.
Attest: Jiso. K. Bsmtsap, Oepnty clerk. aaa n
iJi iMti ni: roi RT or the hawaiia3
J IMl)M--ln Probate. Island of uahu. Uiaiius
Islands, .in the matter of tbe Estate of A. W. RNKLI
ul Honolulu, d eased. Ordrrofappolntins lime for pro
bate or will and illrerilne; publKatlon of nonv-e of tb.
A ilocument, purporting lo be tbe laat Wilt and Testa
ment of A. W. Sneli. deceased, havlnc on the trh dav of
March A.I)., leva, been prasauted to said Probate Csarrt,
and a etiflon for the probate thereof, and for the k
sttaore of Letters Testamentary to Lralea Kaell havlna
been filed hy Lealea Sn.ll.
It Is hereby ordered, that TCESDAT, Ihe Itth ilay of
APRIL A. o. H7, al 10 o'clock. A. M.. of said day. at th.
Court Room of said Court, at Honolulu, to the Jauusd af
Oaba, be, and the same la, hereby appointed the time for
prnvlns said Will and bearing said application whan and
where any person Interested may appear and contest ibe
aaid Win, aad Ih- (ranUo( of Letter T i it ij
It Is further ordered, that notice thereof be fir, by
pnbllcation, for three sure esse v. wr.li, In the He'v.issa
Ooaette and Kuokoa newspapers, printed aad riCillsh.il SB
And It la further ordered, that Htatlona ba havaed as the
huoarrlhlne; witneaaes to said Will, and In Use heirs of the
testator In Honoluln, lo appear and contest ihe probate ssf
said will, at the time appolatad.
Lssted Honolulu, It. f., March 3th. ! 7 ".
A. PKAJfriS JCPD.
. Justice of th. Supreme Court.
w trrri R. ."hi,. Clerk of ibe isnpreme coart. Ml
NOTH K im ill li I i: y uivr TO l.l.
who ha-, elaima acalnst the Kstate of AfOTf A pi
ilecl 1.1. oj Ma Street. HosmhoIu. h. preset .a.
same to the I derxhwed, duly antheudrated. wllbin six
.....uo,, iiuui imia an i r. i i nose v ho have pre,
Pincins to said Eetale. to deliver ap Ihe same.
Sntlre la also given lo any person who baa a
..i u, uic bui unaawl to make th. claim known.
William a -mi rn.
Notice to Creditors.
.1 f ':," HVSJ4, '.AIN oSJAIVST
- M "n-ciaai pjaa ,,f
eue.t. Honolulu, ilecajH-d. are rw.i ,n - ' Z
same wilb tbe proper vouchers to tbe CndaraamMl aaaas
ofnce.lso. l Fort Sir ret Honolbln, .. ," ,,"
months from the date of the first pub'araUon of tl ia na
Uoe.or they arlll he tseerer barred. Aad ail peraoae In
debted o the said William Hall sre required Mawrtaa
amoaau owing by thesn forthamh.
. EDWARD PI:K-Tn.
',1L'. of the said was. Vail
.-at-! t!i:t . rh .Uv nf Mv. h, 1ST a.
T" l'KaV.t-.stt:. ntvisu bejc
IiCL-i .ptK.inte.1 AdmlnJatratar of tb 'stale r
MA7.cri..K.MA.S,of Mol . eJZiVI
Honorable Liuncen Mcllrydt. itroail Judge -Circuit:
HI person. Indented i,ut ..J!?.'
nur.ti-S o, o.... ( . TZZT was wep
proper vouchers, wlihta eU raslsilas aaa " -
Ibev will be focve . i ! 1 ""S-
Haiaalrd. Kauai Kov. U. IITTi.
the estate of YoungSheong. ssia of g lag a u"CuL
nornln, Meruhant, deaaaaed, w he lrJca rid ifv mTTJo
ag aaa 1 1 ales, aaa saaaeeetad 1 1 preaa., loe mm. da
lthaa ilea ted to me. tae nodergned. at th. .w. , ,
Arong A Achowk, Nuuajuu Htren, Uoaalala wltb la .r.
montharrom th. das. ef the njheakw of 7L ..J?
or they will be roravvr hartwL Aad all
to th. said estate are rs,u,l p p.. the ausoaan rsr1a.hr
Street. Honolulu. VOlTSii HKlt
Execosor of u,e will of Young li itraa ttls, I
Isxssd thi. lath day ofMaach, una. jgjj ' t