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" ar Am scbr Om Harr-ey, Trippp. from Su Francisco.
ScLi Mil- Karri, Katnaunu. fr in MolukaL
Kin I . -:t: . Mans, lrnm SlaaU.
3 -rl.r k'miu. AlmlliJa, from lUi.alr-..
Prhr KuDmi. Heyttuld't, trow KkIikIui.
-hr Kaiiuul.!. KililiOj;. frotn h . nr. ! VVaimea.
hc,r Luka, kM. f MoIobm
Mir Mary E.tt,, Pern, from HUo.
N-Lr Nftilr Uerriil, Crane from IjUiama.
Am ftcltr Kltiog Mit. Tibbr,, 1 da.t from Sao
Am adir F.nny. T-1'Iwt. 12 from San Fmnciaco.
Aw 1 ltip M .. . k -. . . - from a eruW,
April 1 S hr Fairy t.c.i. kaaiita, from Kolioia.
Nlir Wwa-i.-a, J Hull, from ubai.
Ari achr And-num, fnui bun Franrinco.
'. .i Cararlt, fr.iti Mdoey.
2 Am arlir OtBago. Aatmaou, fi.nu Sin r'raxicieco.
Scbr 4I1UK. Ktiintc, fnnii Nliwili.
3 Am all tU kinlMr. r?ati. f-rw a iml,
.r V-.i.m. I-im', rl. frw k.J... and ll
4 Aw wL lk fcL tirfM:. Knuairs, fnnu ft cruise.
lUrft Sdir UUr M-irm, KawuuiiU, bf MolukaL
31 S hr Kman. Ahai.,i. fir HAnali.
Srl.r ?f A4ia'4tavt, Kimo, for Krilwili.
.mi'. ."Ian:, fir K4ila.
vaiu u, Reynolds, ijt k'almlui.
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ilw Nt-ttir Xlpnul, t rn-. f.r Lklmi.t
Mir Laka, K-i f .r Mllku-
StbrIr Wmm, I'u-aJ.ir, f r llilu.
Am ali bkJaTaSnd. r'uhrr. fir cruise.
5-Am Stwr Gra.l:i, fir San KrancUco.
1 Scbi Ura-trk. J Itol). f r Xfolukai.
chr Ftir Wurfi,, Ka-ina, f .r Ktilixla.
Mti Akuw. KalaU4o. f -r N t.im ili.
la bk W; parkf, Olaik .no. f.r Tort tiimhle
Able pri of the citj, for r-idt'nct9, nd the vacant
lota arc bt-cn rapidly tnk.-n uj on the plain, by per
sons intending To build thereon.
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II II II MyrmiJ.iu nar. Commandrf.
Awhiu M.mlnr Mm, (olnrtl.
KtaH-tia. Gray, i
tinr Jiif A. F-lkitihurs Hollrd, diwhBrginp.
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i in- Mi.-: I iUbey.
Aw achr Lro. Auil-r'-u, diocliarcing.
Aw rctu OtHefu, JotiMvoli .
Ilai: hup Onward.
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Baaajrl f acbr Flying Mtt. TiWh-v. Matr. lft San
FrMtnw Marrb ln. at 2 f bad h-ht ainda thnrtigbuul
tbr Ti'Tap- niul arrifrd uHtoil Tburaday cvt-mtig
Kvpcrt tif achr Uttt Aiidrr'-n, Wa-Ir. L"ft an Francisco
HiBda?' awalki Mar 1, l():b. Fair wind. Ihrntighmit tbi- ifi-
-X t . . T (.. i i I 12 ' c):k iiday liii:hl, Mar 31
ltU days. CHi-isrd to II M A Co.
Rr.jMRt i.f Mraiorr Gonads, ''2 3? 100 tnns rcpiMcr. 1 M
Cawly, CoaatnanoW. Kaib-d frum 1'ort f'bnlin--. Marcb
th. at 1:35 p id : anfd at Ly tif tun. Marrb ftth, at C:i3
am; aaUad at 4.40 p w: arrtred at W . March loth,
at a n: , aailed at 3: -7 j. m ; m: at Napier, March II,
at r3Q a an, aailo I at 12:1? tu ; arrived at AuckUnd, Marrb
12, at 10 m. nailed March 13, at r;3S p tn ; an at Kau-
1 nra, March IS, at 7:42 a m, aailed from aiaadaVu. Marcb
T2, at L 2 a w. having l.icn di-talned at Katidavu 3 d-iya '22
' htamra awattln; tbe at tival of tt-t- Mt-aruar Odium from !yd
nrj whirh arrived at K audit vn, Marcb H, at 1:10 p m. The
MJkd, from S in Fraii. iw ... ai t ived at Kninlarn, March 21 ,
at 7 a ni. and w pot in qiarantink on ace.mtit of nifiw's,
', and araa to sail lot Sy ni-) ditect uu tbt 22. Arrived at Uwu -lulu
Apr;i 1. at Ml p m.
Weather fiom Auckland to Kandarn, 'tlarrh 13 to 16 b
r'nMvr tnn eterlv a ind ami rough aea ; Marcb 17th
ouwwecrj nl aritb woderste wind and aea from E E to fi E
wttti tlnrk we!ber and fatiinft tmruuir'er , at 0:30 a ru, cnnic
iato a vrr r,MiKh and cutifuaed tea ; at 7 a m wind hauled to
birtitli, hln inp hoArv ; 7:30 a m hrouctat abtp to the wind
m atarb rd tart at ttiia time It waa ItlowinC a burrirane.
! at l(t3n a m wiud veered to e H and cowtncnreJ to moderate
I at 12:3 a w kept chip ou her course N by E- Purine tbe
tralc the loweat barometer was 2& z 27". From Kaudaru to
: 11 ttolulu hist jart variable wind? and much rain latter part
j atrtw trade from ZNE a itn rough aea and pleasant
- trier. O. McLM. Pitrwr,
The Graaia. Tbe mail steamer from tbe Sooth
arrived abont 5 o'clock on Saturday afternoon, and
reported baring becu detained nearly four days al
Fiji, awattlofc: tbe arrival of the Sydney mail boat.
She left again on Sunday about 7 P. ht carry! ui; 220
paeaetiecr 42 of whom went aboard at this port.
About four o'clock, 1 be band came on the wharf and
played a number of aira, mnch to tbe delight of the
pafrftengers and of the larpe crowd assembled to wit
ness thcMeamer'sdcparture. Just bdoretbeTCalil
moved from the wharf, a gentleman (Mr. H. II. Hall
we believe) thanked the band for its attendance on
this occasion, and fcaid that it afforded the best
evidence that a stranger could w ith, of theadvanced
atale of civi'inlion here. He Ihen proposed three
cheers for Kiti Kalakaaa and the people of Hono
lulu, which were heartily given from the crowded
decks of the steamer. Ttic band's concert was a
plea vint incident in the visit ot the Granada here,
and probablyanordcd her passengers much pleasure.
w hile it will give them a happy memory of tbe place.
Thn concert at the Uawuiiau Hotel on Mon
day evening was well attended, thnngh the hall whs
not crowded. The opening piece, an overture on
tbe piano from Seniiramide, was executed by Miss j
Castle and Dr Hoffmann with their u'ua skill, after j
which Miss AUanli followed In a solo from Don!
Eetti, which was very well bung, Mr Berger nccom
panring her on the piano. The third piece was j
duct ' Whispering Hope," sung by Mrs Paty and j
Mr. Dickson, with Mies Caslle at the piano. In
Ibis piece, as well as in the duet from Norton and in
the closing quartette and solo " Eucbautrcss " :
c voices of these fine slng ts a) pet red to great :idj
vantage, and eitlled forth hearty applause. During
the t-econd part of the programme. Miss Atlanti
sat.g a eolo from II Trovatore, which was loudly
encored, and responded to bv her singing "Com'me
through the Rye." "The Message," fromBlnnien- i
Ihttl, was beantiltilly sung by Miss Boyd, jn which she j
displayed a sweet and evidently well cultivated j
voice. We have never attended a concert here i
more admirably arranged and carried out. The
pieces were short, with the exception of Mr Bar
nard's beautiful selection from Faust, and the
variety was all that could be asked for. To Dr
Hoffmann's inuMcal tubtc and skill, UAjstflfl by Mi?s
Caslle and other, the audience were indebted for
thie. The receipts, nmounting to $140, are devoted
to helping Wm Atlanti and her blind mother on to
Australia, iu the steamer now due.
F.- 8 n Kranetaca per Granada, April 2 Mm J T Water-
bouae, W Waterbtm-e and wife, H Pimond. H M 11 .e- M
I A J Allia'U, Frank Piatt. 11 R llvteaud wiTe. Th. M UwAT.
j H F Lyman. R B Baker and wile. Mrs A M Siaton, Rev 8 C
' Ikuaou, B F UiUiufrham, R Albrerht. Mm A A Gray. Ki'-lie u c i
AKana, A It TU:tiaaan. A Jfkiu-. Uradlev, lrs Itirti
aideon, John Gibson, H,. Nee, Ab Ho, Cbaa Oeater, Ed
' Leavitt and alfe. Cbas R StoMand wife, Mrn A L Stone, Mica
Kate B Ftone, Miiw Wayland. Mis- Grammar. Gfo W R .b.-i t
aon. Mr J M Cavarlev. Asm Konaxhi, E Eaidy, 1 Basetier, IS
I Weitbt. wo I'miftrii Od L4i paisenjrer in trawmSL
M mm In tbi. city, on aod:ty in :..u- April "uj j
I.' tt ii-i 9 '.i .'I Luke UUti tiiu M.I.Hiir. i..-J C
and J dy.
Of mch in tl Kinclom tif IT.
ote:n or xiii: tw i u.
XF" On TLuredaj ai.J Friday evenings of tbis
week, tbe band will play at Emma Square, commenc'
taf t :80.
I r- Tbe tomb of tbe lute King Luotlilo, in Ka
walabao Chnrcliyard, baa beeu recently eneloaed
.:! neat iron fence, tbe work being exceuled
bv Mr. Litcbman.
Z3 The foreicn jurymen are wanted at tbe
Coort-rooui at 10 o'cloek to-morrow. Thursday,
when tbe court will attend to tbe foreiirn cases on
calendar. A list of tbe cases before it willbc found
iu another column.
t5y We would call tbe attention the adver
tisement ol new goods daily expected by Bark Ka
Moi. and the assortment of lumber offered by Messrs.
Also to the sale of dwelling houses, by Mr.
Adams, ou the 2:'ud.
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a sfHaasaf m aat. av. a sssaaa. ajartiaaj af artuoA Cosa to
Zm Slaa'air m 11 . aawri.a aTssBMraaswbaai
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m lij ii i l leaw cam. aatassj : saW tssr saiasi af taw sJb.V
sssaaa, ssawrS, as i if. i an i awl awey ia ibaa assatediate
JJT By an advertisement In to-day's paper, it
will be seen that His Highness Cbas. Kanaina cou- J
tions the public against trusting his late secretary,
! who, we arc infortned, has been endeavoring to raise
money on a forged order or note for $2. 500, pur
p rting to bavc been drawn by Mr. K.
i Altalfa. The quantity of ibis grass cropped on
an Acre in California is very larc, as will be seen by
the following item ; From 50 acres of alfalfa near
Visalia, last year, the yield was 300 tons of baled
j bay, valued at $4,500, and 100 tons of loose bay, I
worth (700, besides furnishing pasturage for 100 j
A stabbing affray occurred re a lane oppo
site Kukui place, on Saturday night, between two
drunken sailors belonging to tbe Bark Camden, In
which one was dangerously wounded and has been
taken totbeQnoen's Hospital. The other was arrest
ed md locked up to await the result of the wounds in
flicted. Naval The C S. ship Tuscarora, Cspt. Miller,
arrived at Sydney February 28, having visited En
dcrbury Island, tbe Ftjis, and Brisbane. She would
leave Sydney during March lor Auckland, returning
to Honolulu via the Navigator Islands. She mny
be expected here during May. Her officers took
soundings during tbe voyage, but wc bavc seen no
report of what was accomplished.
lT Owing to the strict precautions taken by tbe
Government, tbe disease of measles was not intro
duced from tbe steamer. Mikado, thougb 6ome pre
dicted that it would spread. On tbe arrival of the
Mikado at Kandavu, she went into quarantine as
when here. The last P. A O. Mail Steamer .-bat
arrived at Melbourne, prior to the mail leaving for
tbis placc.bad the Small Pox on board and went into
The mail steamer City of San Francisco will
be due tbis aftercosn, if she started on the 29th, as
is supposed. She made the run down in January
in seven days and 11 hours, and with these 6trong
trades she ought to beat that, which is the short
est time on record.
As the railroad over the Rocky Mountains has
been frequently blocked with snow during March,
it is possible that she did not start promptly.
Rainfall The following statement, furnished
by Mr W. W. Hall, gives the fall of rain for the
past throe months at his residence in Nuuanu ave
nue ; also the amount of rain that bas fallcu during
tbe corresponding months of 1S74 acd 1875 :
January . . -,
1974. 187S. I7.
M - 4.SA ... S.TS
A. . X.S3 - 4.T.
4.16 ... 3.S7 ... 6 43
K.U 11. St 14.89
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aa2. 6a asaas ssa Cas a, AAs saTsaw, t m mrwrtrnf. aawesuae, 1
sk : eskw a ft ssswasBfes. 2 saas sAiw aA. I Aa wax.
l i tlaasawasssS Aawssssasw i ass bias. HA aka
saaasa SMS Mar- o. aaa. 19M taw was.. s S4rSadar. M
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sssssbbs JBssaass SgsaTkjw staavtsw sassjam. awlii liafi
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QnCK Work. The Chelsea Laundry took In
S.000 pieces of clothing from tbe steamer Granada
on Saturday evening, and relumed them clean with
ia tsreoty boors. Without tbe help or tbe valuable
steam apparatus which it bas, Ibis could never have
been done. The proprietor, Mr. Renton, bas shown
as mnch enterprise, ir not more, than ever tbe fotm
er proprietor did, and is ready .or.anj. jobs in his
line. Urge or small.
y Wc understand that His Excellency tbe At
torney General has leased tbe residence of Mr. Chas.
Gray on the plain, and will move thither next week.
Mr. Gray bas nude this one of tbe prettiest place?
In the city. Wc notice that Mr. Alex. Young bas
purchased tbe lot this side of Mr. Gray's, and is
erecting a dwelling house ou It. King and Bcrc
tania streets, beyond Kawaiahao Church, even as
far as M'Cully's, are considered tbe most deslr-
Late Foreign Items.
PnnviDKSCE. R. I: March 9th. The wife of Sena
tor Burnside died to-day.
BosTojt, Feb. 11th. Win. Robinson, a journalist,
well known ai " Warrington' died at his residence
iu Maiden to-day.
II.ivASA. March 9th. Tho entire tobacco crop in
the Rctnedion District is, with rare exceptions, lost.
Torosoto, March 9th. Xapuee river is 15 feet
big :.er than ever before known. In the vicinity of
Xewburg bridges and mill datns hare been carried
away, and several mills are andermined.
Havana, March 9th. News from the City of
Mexico U that in Yucatan tbe troops, put to death
some revolutionist prisoners, and tbe revolutionists
retaliated by shooting some Federal officers-
Japan Declares War against Cork a. St.
Petersburgb, March 10th. War bas broken out be
tween Japan and Cores. On Wednesday Janan de
clared war, and has blockaded Corean ports.
Tbe Berlin High Court of State has decided to in
diet Count Von Arnim for treason on charges esta
blished by the preliminary inquiry just concluded.
The man suspected of being connected with the em
bezzlement of six million of francs of the Banquc de
Belgiqua's funds and arrested at Queenstown when
leaving for New York, is M. Kind, Secretary-tiencral
of the above named institution.
The Pali Moll :' correspondent writes :
" Bank shares have depreciated twelve million francs
since the frauds became known. This bank should
not be confounded with the Bauque Nationals, which
does the Government bniness, occupying a position
analogous to the Bank of England."
Bismarck is determined to exact tbe fullest satisfac
tion from China for tbe plunder of the schooner Anne
at Foo Chow, tbe Chinese pirnte after murdering tbe
captain and pilot, being protected by the legal au
thorities. Tbe American and British Governments
support tbe Germsn claims, and tho Britiah Admiral
has offered armed assistance.
Tbe Senate Committee on Privilege; and Elections
lately discussed Morton's propositi n for a Constitu
tional amendment to provide thnt tbe President and
Vice President shaK be elected by a direct vote of tbe
people. It was finally agreed that the joint resolu
tion should be reported favorably, some members of
tbe Committee, however, reserving tbe right to op
The bullion product of Colorado, for 1875, is aggre
gated at $6,284,000, as follows : Gold bullion, $2,
510,000 ; silver bullion, $?, 833,000 ; ore shipped, most
ly silver. $1,416,000 ; copper, $70,000. Tbe coal pro
duct fur tbe past year is estimated at $500,000.
Walnut logs are in such demand that a man who
recently purchased a farm of 2 iO acres near Albanv,
Ind., for $10,000 received an offer of $9,600 for 102
large walnut trees growing on the place. There are
also growing on the farm over 200 poplars, worth
from $20 to $30 per tree.
Berlin, March 9th. Fresh difficulty in tbe way
of peace bas arisen in Turkey. The Christian sub
ject! of the Sultan have hitherto been exempt from
military duty, and they now refuse to continue to pay
the exemption tax, and oflar instead to rie their
military services. Tbe Christians justify theiraction
on the promise contained in the Sultan's pledge of
full and perfect equality with Mahommedaus. The
Sublime Porte refuses to accept them ou the ground
that Christians are not to be trusted in his armies,
Paris, Marcb 9th. Tbe French Ministry baa been
definitely constructed as follows : Dufaare, Vice
President of tbe Council and Minister of Justice ;
Ricard, Interior; Waddington, Public Instruction
and Worship ; Christophle, Public Works; Theisse
rene de Bord, Agriculture and Commerce; Admiral
Eouriuchoa, Marine ; Leon Say, Finance: Ganeral
de Sissey, War; Due de Cosas, Foreign Affairs. All
the members of the Cabinet belong to the Left Centre,
The Ministry will communicate with the Chambers
to morrow, either by a written programme or through
a speech by Dufaure.
Teurible Tornado Chicago, March' 10th. A
most terrific wind, rain and thunder storm is report
ed by special dispatches to have visited the north -west
this afternoon and to-night. It seems to have
extended from Quincy to the northern portion of
Iowa, and to have been specially aloos the banka of
tbe Mississippi river. The town of Hazel Green, in
tbe southeastern corner of Grant county, Wisconsin,
containing abont one hundred thousand inhabitants,
chiefly lead miners, was visited by the tornado, which
swept from southwest to northeast, taking in tbe
course some thirty buildings wad destroying many
lives. It was at first reported that forty-one ware
killed or severely injured, but this is disbelieved.
There is no direet telegraph communicatioii with
Hazel Green, but the facts wee re learned from mes
sages sent to Galena and Dubuque for medical aid.
Washington. March 9th. The Senate Committee
on Territories heard Mrs. 8. J. Spencer and Mrs. A.
L- ckwood, as representatives of the National Wo
man's Suffrage Association, in argument against
the bill of Senator Cbristiancy. which proposes,
among other things, to deprive tbe women of Utah
of their present right to vote. Delegate Cannon also
opposed, and commenced an argument against the
bill, directing bis opposition mainly to theolauso
which disfranchises those citizens who have entered
into polygamous relations sinea tbenaetmeut of the
Federal law against polygamy.
Anoora Goats. Those who are or have been
engaged in raising this breed of goats, will be in
terested in learning any particulars of the value
of their, wool and skins. Wc find tbe following
io the A :j. which states that there are
now 26.000 pure Augora gouts in California : The
company engaged in the manufacture of carriage
n-bce and gloves from the pelts and ekins of the
Angora gouts at San Jose, find a good market and
is extending its business. The pelts are nicely dyed,
and are coming Into ue as a substitute for fur trim
mings of ladies' Winter dresses. The California
Agriculturist says : The mutton is as good, some say
better, than that ol the sheep, and the pelts are much
more valuable for tanning. The common goat skill
Is little better than the sheep skin, but the Ang-.ra
skin is line grained and veiy strong. The
woikmeu cuu tell by the feel of the tanned skins
w hether the goats were half, Ihree-fourtbs or seven
eights Angum, ateo by the looks so striking is the
difference. The skin is not so thick and rough it is
tine, soft and tough. For strings and belt-lacelnga
they nre found to be very exeellcut, and arc beta
largely used already. There is about
one hulf the increase of every fioek that are mules,
and as tbey arc not used lor breeding, unless the
mohair is very fine, they are killed at from six months
to two years old lor mutton and pells. The half and
three fourths breed goat skins are now worth from
forty to sixty cents each for fanning. The finer breed
pelts ure worth seventy five cents to three dollars
each for making Into robes, li 1 turnings, etc.
It Is estimated that there are now 240,000 grade
Augora goats ou this coast, but probably 200.000 is
nearer the mark.. This number will soon increase
to one million, and us they increase in numbers so
do they increase in purity as only pure breed bucks
are used for breeding purposes. No less than one
fourth or the entire number will have to be slain
auuually, on an average.
I QtiscT, Illinois, March 11th. The Whig bas re
ports of tbe effects of tbe "term in Mis-uri lait
night. Tbe hurricane came frcm tbe southeast and
struck Elizabethtown, on the Missouri, Kansas A
Texas Railroad about 4 o'clock. Some seventeen
bouses were prostrated, five persona killed and sev
eral wounded, some of them fatally. At Haason. on
the same road, three dwellings and the railroad de
pot were blown down and three persons killed. The
damage to timber and fences is very great, and it is
thought that further leports will show a much great
er loss of lifo in the neighborhood not yet heard
London, March 11th. A land slide last night, in a
ccai cut in a small town in northern Germany, caused
by the recent heavy rains, buried eight houses and
The Times has a leader on tbe exposure of official
corruption in America. After a review of facta a.
far its known, it concludes : ' On the wbole we can
but fesl that, even though the investigation or prose
cution now pending should prove futile, the impress
ion on -he public mind mut be that a nice sense of
honor and propriety d-ies not prevail in the official
world of tbe United States.
A Chic-Jgo journal saya : If electricity is utiliied
much farther in the office of the Insurance Patrol
house, it will be made to jerk tbe boys out of b:d and
land them at the scene of a fire tbe instant an alarm
box is struck. For s"me time it has been made to
unfa3ten the horses in their stalls, open the huge door
of the house, and make other preparations for the
start, but, by recent Improvements, Capt. Butlwinkle
i. inJuoed ii to jerk the covering off the hunks in
which tbe firemen repose, and as that operation is
generally conducive to retlesnes, especially in cold
weather, the fire patrol may be expected to make bet
ter time hereafter than they bavc done heretofore.
Death or Francis Deak. Mr. Deak, who has
been prominent in Hungarian affairs for tbe last thirty
years, and bas just died, wa b jrn at Kehida in ISO.?,
and was Cr.-t elected to the Diet on the liberal ticket
in 18,10. He immediately assumed the leadership of
the moderate party, and sought reform rather than
revolution, but not without threatening agitation if
refused, lie became Minister of Juatico with thecon
sent of the government. Just before Kossutb gained
power in 1313. He was ehoeen by the latter to nego
tiate with Prince Windisgratch the next year, and
held hi? moderate position in subsequent disturbance."
not violently comprimising himself with the empire,
even while favoring concessions to tbe kingdom.
Five years ago, he, as chief member of the Diot, drew
up the answer of that body to the Imperial rescript
and conducted the negotiations that followed. He ex
ercised an influence Kossutb could not reach, owing
to his good sense and patriotism, and his loss will be
felt in Ajutria as sensibly as in Hungary, where he
was more loved and esteemed than any other man.
Dr. Samuel J. Howe, who died recently at Boston,
greatly beloved and honored, Wiis a native of Boston,
but a graduate of Brown University, iu Providence,
and was qualified for a medical practitioner. At the
outbreak of the enthusiasm in behalf of tbe Greeks,
he espoused the cause of the Phtlbellenists with alac
rity, and joined tbe Greek army as a surgeon in 1324.
He rendered important aid to the cause, and on his re
turn to Boston, in 1331, he became connected with tbe
Asylum for the Blind : but again went abroad, to of
fer his services to the Poles in their struggle for free
dom. Ho was always an abolitionist. He was an
early member of the Republican party, a friend of
John Brown, and waj never absent where there was
a gathering of the adrneates of any humanitarian
movement. The last official appearance of Dr. Howe
before tbe puMic was as one of the commifsioncrs sent
by President Grant to San Domingo. He was happy
in hi domestic liV, his renowned wife, Mrs. Julia
Ward Howe, sympathizing heartily in all hts benevo
lent undertakings. He leave a wid iw and fire chil
drenfour daughters, threeof whum ara married, and
X EW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Just the Arm for
Bullock Shooting !
Can be had fur
BE IT KOH'X TO AaLdL JIBS OF EVERY
description, that l warn and f.rbld any from advau
clnc or paying to W. 3. Pahukula any money or property
on the strength of a note which h? Is aald to hold bearing
my name, and becoming due on tbe 10th of this month,
but which I never slgued, and do hereby denounce as
fraudulent C. KANAINA.
Honolulu, April 3, 1876. S8G lrr.
H 'in. m sai.TB var nn.wbii aa. a v., ar a aaa.- .
dav dissolved bv mutual consent The baasbjttfsj will
be continued by 3. G. Wilder, under the firm name of
Wilder dt Co., who will settle all the business of the old firm,
assuming all liabilities.
Honolulu, Murch 31st, 1576. S97 Im
Importers and Dealers in
BUILDING MATERIALS !
rAm any Fir". Arm nf the kind ever toll
in this Alarfof,
Send for Price, or Call Soon.
5SI -m DILLINCHANI A Co.
two vrnv ,-ivf- ti rn
Shortly Expected from Nac York,
AND FOB SALE BY
H. St. WHITNEY.
rtaese Piano, like tho Steinberg-, rank among tbe Iwst
for swa aness uf tone and durability. 6s3
Nan Frruiclaco, Cat.
ITAVI.NU BKCOME ANK4MTATED I
tbe management of the Hotel, I bee; to inform
the public that It has been re-paluted and gener
ally re-furnished, together with other chauces.
adding KTt-atly to the comfort of lu guest, and now pos
sesses all the modern appointments or a rirst-clasa uotcl.
The Hotel Contains 400 Rooms.
Its CuWne la unsurpas-ed, and the Management Intend
that it shall be second to no Hotel In San Francisco.
5S4 3m CHAS. L. WhTHERBKE.
A III VI VI) OF 1 PER OEST. WI I.I. BE
paid at OR. office. In llllo. to the creditor, of the
estate tit I., if..;... A Son, on 15th of April next.
Kilo, March 20, 1870. (59 Im) HITCHCOCK dt BRO.
Real Estate for Sale.
two orrAUEs ra repair, located
In a piensant part of the t.wn, with Hath House,
and small store on the premiaea.
s,.l Im Knoulre of ('. s. BARTOW.
To Let, Lease or for Sale.
BON REASONABLE TERMS A CONVEX
IJOTr Family residence.
Sovernl I3ixilcliias Lots.
For particulars apply to
5si am JAMES S. LEMON'.
o.''West Scantling, Boards !
Tongued .1 Grooved, Surfaced,
Planks, Battens, Pickets !
U in. x 4, lii, ami Ixfi, for
Scantling, Boards, Plank.
Battens 1x3, 1x4, 1-2x3, and 1-2x2
Pickets Rough and Fancy,
Surfaced Hoards and Plank, 7-8 to 2 in.
Tongued and Grooved
TIMBER FOR SHIP USE
2x12 to 16x16 j
Clear Nor'West. for Planter's Use
EASTERN WHITE PINE,
California and Eastern Doors, all sizes
SASil, all lia.i ; BLIN'D. all liaaa ;
WHITE LEAD and ZINC !
PAINT OIL A- SMALL PAINT CIIEAP,
Patty and Varnish,
Glaii, No. 2x2 and 2,
Wall Paper and Border
Iron and Tinned Tacks,
Paint and Whitewash Brashes,
METALLIC AND FIRE-PROOF PAINT
For Plantation or any Other Use,
Bntts and Hinges,
Hooks and Eyes, Ac.
Salt In Quantities to Suit:
SAM'L C. WILDER,
Hawaiian Steamer KILAUEA!
OX TIVIRSIkW KVKXINU. M 1 IK' II
16tu, a KOA.V HO itS E-whoever will hrinfc the
some to the Bishop's resldeuce in Nuuanu Valley,
shall Of rewarded. &M It
MTI1E VOLCANO HOISE, CRATER OF
lv i : . i i . will be closed on afairh 25tb, 17.
After that datv, parties vtsillng the Crater should
provide themnt-lves with Tents, Food, Bedding, Guides, Ac.
Volcano House, March 1st, 1678, VH lm
OX THE 22d OF FEBRUARY LAST, BE
TWEBX T. Mossman A Son's store, and the residence
of the Ii- v. W, P. Alexander No. 616 I'lteek, tinted
December 2Hb, 175, for the sum of FIFTY VOCLM Hi.
drawn by V. li. Bailey, on Castle A Cooke, In favor of T.
Mosarnan t m. All persons are hereby cautiuiied not to
negotiate the same.
Walluku, March 16th, IS76. i4 2t
THE I XOERSIGXEO, Fomerly with
1). X. Flitner, begs i Inform the cltttensof Hono
lulu and the public generally that he has taken a
window In ('. E. Williams Fire Proof Building, on
Fort Street, where he will give RpecLal attention to all
kinds of Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry Repairing, Engrav
ings. Ac. All packages from the other Wanda addressed
to him, containing articles for repairs, will receive prompt
attention. Orders solicited for all grades of Watches of
American manufacture. SatisfacUoit guaranteed In every
rsepeei. (534 3m) D. WILCOX CLARK.
IN FREXCH. GERM AX ntl ibe SMEXrES
by a trained teacher of ten years experience.
Apply to i . il '.. olHce ot this paper. C7S
FROM I. OOO TO S.000 ACRF..H OF HOOD
LAND, iwitn Carriage Road to samel on tbe Island
ofoehn. Apply to (31 Im) CHARLES 1X1X0.
CARPENTER AND JOINER
f3.Work Done Promptly. "ii
Shop on Fort St.. Esplanade, oppo.it. Hopper. Barrel
Factory. 0573 lr
IUEBEBY IVE NOTICE Til At MY SOX8
J. T. Waterbouse Jnr. , and Henry Wal.rboaae bave a
fnl power of Attorney to act for me daring my absence
.. a tbis kingdom. JOHN TUOS. WATKKUOL'HE.
Honolulu, Marcb 1st, IS. 581 it
l. aacHAjrr -
Sailing Days as psr Schedule !
Unleaa Otherwise Adrartised.
TICKETS ONLY AT THE OFFICE
FREIGHT BILLS DUE ON DEMAND.
5M OFFICE WITH WILDER ,t Co.
Crnaasa and kesidexts of homo.
LULU, Visiting Friends and Strangers generally are
cordially Invited to attend Public Worship at FOltT ST.
CHURCH, where Service, .re betd every Sabbalb at 11
o'clock A. JtL, and TH P. M . Seat. at. provided for ail
wno may be pleased to attend. There Ia a Wednesday
evening Prayer Meeting at 75 o'clock, In tbe Lecture
Room, to whl h ail are welcome. 524 ly
FOR WHICH THE HIGHEST PRICE WUL
be paid at tbe Bookstore of H. af. WHITNEY,
4,4 Ncxt to Post Ofilce.
A fixe .issoRT.nr.vr of late popu
lar vocal and Instrumental music Just received.
Catalogues can be bad on application.
M7 lm H. M. WniTXl.V.
A Few More
Of THOSE EI.KG.ST CHROMOSantl OLE
OGRAPH PICTURES, Just received by steamer and
now opening. For sal. by
57s im n. m. wnn-SEY.
PFRSO.VS YVISHI.VSTO I.E R.V SIXGISG.
can bear .of a competent TeMber, on reawnable
terms, for evenings. Call ai tbe Office of this paper.
A CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT IX THE
Bank of Messrs. Bisnop A Co,, No. 3,145, September
12, 194. for the sum of S'JOO Payment baa been stopped,
aud the finder ia requested to return it to the Bank.
ECEIYED PER 71. BELLE ROBERT...
For sale by ,5d-J BOLLEH CO.
SAX Jl A X KILX-RECEIYED PER FAL
kinborg' this day, and in perfect order. For sale by
-(May II, 171, BOI.LKS CO.
CALIFORNIA POTATOES !
NEW t Ml FRESH RECEIVED. PER D. C.
MURRAY. FOB SALE BY
555- BOl.LEg A CO.
C alifor nia Lime & 'White Brother'
EXGLISn PORTLAND CEMEKT-Best qual
ity. For sal soy HI; BOLLFS A CO.
SAM'L G. WILDER,
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands,
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF SEW YORK.
ECONOMICAL LIFE INS. CO.
IN THE WORLD !
ASSETS (1876) $80,000,000
.S&.X.XJ CASH !
Now is a Good Time to Insure
None Sat First-Class Risks Taken
Sfi . OFFICE WITH WILDER d Oft,
A LOT OF
By E. P. ADAMS.
REGULAR CASH SALE !
OH FRIDAY APRIL 7th,
At bal'-IMkM 0 A. it., wsSnle-s Room,
NEW GOODS, CLOTHING
FANCY GOODS, Ac.
Fine Prints, Mnslins, Linen Drills,
Brown Cottons, Whit. Cottons, Merino,
Viator i . Lawas, Silk Handkerchiefs,
Hemmed Linen Handkerchiefs,
Harvard Sbirti, Fanoy Flannel Orershirta,
W o o 1 Shawls!
Turkish Towels for Bathing,
Blankets, White Shirts, Amosk.ai- Denims,
Amoske.g Stripes, Cotton Drill, Brilliants,
Fino Tweed Sails, Bed Quilts,
Merino and Cotton Undershirts,
Felt a.d Straw Hats, Ladies' Hns.,
Men's Socks, Bridles and Bita,
Traveling Bags, Etc., Etc.. Eto.
Two Pieces Bleaohed Damask Table Cloth,
One Piece Unbleuhed Damask Table Cloth,
One Piece Check Muslin.
Bet Brands Kerosene, Card Matches,
Yeast Powder. Sardines, Wrapping Paper,
Soda Crackers, Clothes Pins, Hams,
Bacon, Caudles, Pickles, Tobacco,
Cigars, Fine Tea, O-sters,
Axe Handles, Salt. Wash Blae, Pain Kill.-,
Whittak.r's Star Hams, A No. 1,
Ettra Family Flour.
Preston A Merrill Yeast Powders.
te. Ae. Ac.
Brown Sugar! Crushed Sugar!
EXCELLENT DOUBLE BARREL FOWLING PIECE,
IN PERFECT OHDEll.
On Account of Departure:
One Two Wbed Brake, new,
Ooe Single Harness,
Oue Pair Saddle Bags.
Ind the Well Known Carriage Horse Billy
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
By C. S. BARTOW.
On Queen Street.
By Order of Mr. M. I. Rose,
SATURDAY, - - - APRIL 22,
At IS o'clock Xooii. at Sale. Room
WILL B S SOLD ATP UBLIC A VCTION
PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND
On Queen Street,
Makaf of the new Government Balldlnga. with
The Baildings & Improvements Thereupon-
Relng the mauka portion of the lot aa conveyed by F. R.
Harris to Myron J. Rose, as per deed recorded In Registry
OnVe. Uber IS, pases ITS and 179. There t. a large and
com'.rtable Cottage and Outbuildings upon the property.
In good repair.
Immediately after the above Sale,
Will be Sold
THE LOT IN THE REAR
Of above (If-srribed premises, with tbe Buildings and Lm
Flan at Property cun be seen at Auction Room. -
Deed at Expense of Purchaser.
K. P. ADAM'S, Auctioneer.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
At Auction !'
BY ORDER OF IR. GEO. C. SIDERS,
ON SATURDAY, : : APRIL 22nd,
At 12 o'clock nooo, at Salesroom
Will be offered at Public A uction,
DWELLING HOUSE & LOT!
At prepent owned and occupied by Mr. tSideri, near the
corner of I'uacnbowl and AteretanU streets, Honolulu.
. The house has seven rooms and a iMteinent, in ffood re
pair, water laid ou. There is also
A Carriage House. Stable and Requisite Out
This Is one of the most pleaaan tiy located spots for a resi
dence in the city. The situation i elevated, and the view
For particulars enquire of Mr. Deo. C. Riders, or of
K. P. A DAMS, Auctioneer.
LUMBER ! LUMBER ! !
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
FFF.R FOR SATJ I V QUANTITIES TO
The Cargo of North West Lumber!
EX JANE JL FALKI2VBURG.
At their Lumber Yard,
ON ROBINSON'S WHARF.
lf as Low Rates as can he Obtained
1 in. Boards,
T. & G. Boards 1x0,
3x3 Clear Scantling,
4x4 Clear Scantling,
5x5 Clear Scantling,
4 in. Plank,
3 in. Plank'
2 in. Plank,
H in. Plank,
U in. Plank,
i$i 3ms AXLES BOBIXSOX.
On THURSDAY, : : APRIL 6th,
At 10 o'rlo.k A. X., will to wild,
A Small Asst. of Dry Goods,
Class and Crook errtware,
flalrwbsed and Wood Bnrketa,
Hoaen of Tea. M.ntsa curara,
Tina yf Salmon. Trrap-dac Ppr-
Pine and Ko. Rcdetewla, Mattran-ea.
Centre Table, offlce Table. I.-me.
Meat Safe, i Hairs. Raty'. Carrkge.
Ice Chest, Sewtng alachin..
One Piano Forte, Koa Bureau with Glass,
Clocki. M.ihle5titas, Limps. Hhow Caee,
Lot of J-wvirr. Block., Lot of iron.
faws of Air. Cause, of Brasd. it Air P.wjp..
4c. Ac, e.
C. S. BARTOW, A.ctioBWT.
Postponement ot Sale of Real Estate.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
Situate at the comer of Punchbowl and Queen Sueta,
Is Postponed Until farther Notice.
O. S BARTOW, .ieer.
THE FIRE PROOF NTORF, OX !' F.F.N
sritKRT, latelr occupied by c. . Bartoa Esq. a
on Auction Room toaNMoa riven tm mediately.
Apply to mo 2m W. P. PA BAA
Cottage and Rooms to Let.
MA (orrtliF, WITH KOI R ROOM stsJ 1
OlTBl'lLDINffc.. mlno two rooms m a CotUfe
near by. Both situated ou King-Street near Ullba
street and partly furnished. Apply to
M0 It F. A. SCHAKFKR.
THAT VERT DF-SIRARI.K mTKLLIXO AND
Premises, Nn I'" Nuuanu Avenue, ctMitahtlns: par
lors, dlninc room, Lwdrucin, dreaslnjt rooSb. -China, and
clothes ulowu or Ant floor, taut merit under all; lhr
rooms on second Moor, kltcbeu and pantry connected, if
wilb basement beneath, bathing and washroom, carrlago
bouse, stable, fowl house, Ac, Lu order. Apply to
Atuj 10, Ml tf J. H. WOOD.
ALSO the cottaffc and premise sdJolAlnc. with stx
rooms, kitchen, bathroom, serrjnts1 room itsrs room,
tabic, and carrlac? fcoute.
THE WKIL K.MWV COTTAUE
roifln, nf fhn late. P tt Truea, I n."u V af aBBaBW
iljL lhaiinu, h ofTered To Let or For Maie. on .ajCl
rnvorable terais. It consists of a lars;e. roooiy irareiilna;
aud out house", with a line yard and shade trees, located
on the main street, about fire mlouti-s walk from tbs) pot
office, stands near the sea shore, has fine lathing prlvi
leges, and many conveniences. For a fummer reshlroVe
for invalids, tbe climate of rahaliw. combined wttb Its In
vigorating sea bathing. Is unequalled lu this group.
For further particulars. Inquire oC
Mir-2ru If. M. WHrTNKT.
pm THE HOUSE LATELY OU41 PIED
M by Mr. S. M. Carter, sttnatel at the corner of Paatv-v
Walk and Punchbowl sts. t'oaat'Sadoa gtvn Imme
dlately. Apply at the
571 3m JIAR3HAL B OFFICE.
For Sale or For Lease.
a A HAXIWOMK COTTAiiE. PI.EAAANT
ly located, with garden, dtc, oontalujng parIor, threa
bedrooms, two dooets, dining mom, kitcbeii and
pantry, bathroom, servants house, carrLasve hoa; and
stable, all rcry convenient, and In perfect order. Applv to
Ml tf HUUO 8TANUKNWALD. M.i.
mm TnE DWELLING HOI SK LATELY OU-
glCUPIEI) by tbe subscriber, xttuaLed tn lUrretanla
jE&4t. This house Is In first r ite repair, and Stud
with all the conveniences of a first class honse.
Inquire of s?0 BOIX8H A CO
Desirable House Lots for Sale.
ANI MnERof LOTNon tho KULAOK All 1 A
Pf.A I ', favorably situated for building purposes, ar
or sale at resvtonable prices. For terms and other parti u
r. euqulreof 547 m) n. B. DOLE.
THE I'NDEBSIflXED IIVVIX4J BfEt
dnly appointed Administrator of HM Ratate of A AV.
NREDHAM. late of Walbee, Maul, If. I., deceased : No
tice is hereby gtvefi to all persons owing sll Estate to
make Immediate payment, and all penonn having rlaim.
against said Eaute, to prevnt the same within six month,
from this date, or tbey will be forerer barred.
W. O. NEEMIAM.
Administrator nf E.tate of A. VY. Needham.
Walbee. February 17, !:.
HAYING BEEN tPPOIXTED BY THE Uf
PREVE Court of tbe Hawaiian Islaudi. Qiiardimn of
the Estate of ALBERT Kt'Nt I KEA, this Ii to notify all
persons that nr debts contracted by him will he paid un
less verified by my written order (or that of my personal
Agent) and tht no sales of property, either real or perso
nal, made by him wlli be valid unless made with my
540 lm Oaardtan of the Estate of Albert Knnu,ak
FOUNTAIN RESTAURANT AND BOARDING HOUSE
No. 18 Hotel Street, Near Fort,
MKtlS AT ALL IIOI'ILH FKOM IfDRXnO
UNTIL 10 o'clock P. M. Por the Uenellt uf laboring-
Men, w. will give good lloard in tower Dining ilooiu
$4.30 Per Week, Single Meals 2Sots.
BOARD UP HTAIWI W W,
We have a separate Lining Koom for La,lie. with or
O00D TEA AND COFFEE, ICED SODA 1
and good cigars always on band,
arnim BUM and IEWIN(1. Manager..
THE I'VIEllliM.I. FMRJIERLY WITH
Mr. Eckart. begs to inform cttlaens of Honolulu and
the public generally, that be lias taken the store on Fort
Street opposite Odd Fellow. H.U, (formerly occupied by
Thos. Tanuatt.) where he will give special attenuoo to tat.
manufacturing and repairing nf all kind, of Jewelry.
Particular attention giv.n to hhll and Kukui Work.
93T Will guarantee satisfaction in all bis work. -.Ct
'V 3m WM. U. WENNEH.
THE WATER RATEM I'ROH JAXl'ABT
let, 1)71, payable In advance.) to July 1st, lSTfl. be
ing now due, all peraon. blng Water Rate, unpaid ar.
reqoeRted to call at my omce and settle previous to to.
list nf March, that being the end or tbe F!cal Year.
All Water Rates unp iid f.r aft.-r that dale ar. Itahl. to
be cot off without any further notice.
h. s. nowi.Airo.
lm SupL Water Works.
French and German.
AN KXPERIECEI TEK HER INTEVIMt
to open an .ftcruoon French and ormsn clam.
Parent, dealring their children tu study either on. or oath
of tbe aforesaid languages, are reqoeated to eomoagjsjtamg.
by letter to A. Z. , at Mr. Whitney's Bookstore. (Sit Tl
Per Ceylon. Direct from Boston,
WHALEMEN'. OA RM, FRO If 10 FEET TO
tS feet long, of th. baat quality.
For sale by rtMj BOLL KB CO.
Oregon Sugar Cnred Hams.
RECEIVED Per Hark If ATT IF. MACLKAT.
tlfteen day. from Portland, a lot J- law splendid
Hams. For sale by HOLLES a CO.
THE CNOEMICIXED I. 1
pared to take order, for drayuig.
-tao'l on loen Street.
R. V. UUHBANDS.
California Red Brick.
FEW TIIOI HA.YD OF MOOD qi'ALITY,
L reatiVMl that day per Mary Belle Koberta, and for
by JWj BOLLES CO-
A MAN TO TAKE CHARUE Qt COWS,
and carry on a Dairy.
ADPlyto UP-NRY MAY.
m a. Fort StrML
s ror sale by
BOLI.ES C CO.
Oregon Dried Apples !
BOLLES A CO.
ClOR SALE BT
old Pea or Pocket Unlfe !
,4 LARGE VARIETY. AND TO BE HAD AT
J V. the Book and News Depot of
H. at. WHITNET.
NO. S HAVANA SHAPE I And a good roattty.
For Sal. by
"1 BOLLES ft CO.
California Beef in Bond.
EI' El V Ell PER X.' BELLE ROBEXTB-
wvmnu .MB BWUB t CO
EAT CALM OR-IIA OAT HA Y For Saga by
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