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Hi it THOB1T1
AN 1NDEI SXDEM JOIKSAI,
DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PROGRESS.
ALAKATA. fcr Ibe (irae f 01, of
f.'ili, Ki:i. IhPnoruiM :
Oar l45Mnrr, in purwaanr-t of the
a of Oar Cnsl4tution, that Use mom
Lccislmtivr ABRemMy of Our Kin?
PDBU8HEI AsTD KMTEDCY
HENRY M. WHITNEY.
'T 1xssin. nf Hfinlal
FaMic Mhh, al 12
iiit Tru:r -ninth Day
o. vet. under Onr Eoykl Sign Mannnl,
at Oar Palace in the City of Hono
lnlo, thiii Twenty -ninth Pay of Fel
JSeal raary.EielitoeBl1omire.laud Seven,
tv -:. -ul :h- T:..r.'i Year :' ur
r-:, -j KALAKAl'A K.
Bv tbi: Krvc.
Tire liitiu&er of the Interior,
Savedt W. I.. Mokhom .
WEBWBSOAY. APRIL 12.
Ox the fr.urth pupc will be found two dc-
i union nu.de In- the Juds .f the Supreme
Court. The first by Justice 'mid, in probate,
Ije-inlatire Hall, at 'ruins t.. a v ul nf kt-kaiilitolii, the mother
for the tiispeu-h of . of iff - very curioaa document with
iotV W. on ?atnrdav sin:iilai terms anil icoIihUoob, The appliea-
April, A. I). Eighteen i tion for probate w.-.h refused. The other de
rision, by Justice Harris pertains to a sale of
land on Maui.
::i of the Ovfl Cote, a
t est asm iu the .It!.-
Itflmn a: ttie p:ac railed Ahsla-
almister of Interior.
rrtaw April Ik, 1C
wet-ties It of tbe Ctvll . 1 do
AAssw., to be round Raster for the
B, Kin. Governor of Hswa,:.
eti to. ir; t n.
VaaaiT iu i ta. tiu of Am. commojiTr rahed o.k,i
Erase,! . tone tar iwunaonlug of lie CrucjUAlon of
- UrtiatOM. Jews, carta, toe Public pay, will
W, L MoEsoxr.
Minl-lcr of Interior,
lslss Mi i. A prt it. ir Set in
11, reliant BL
IT A II-
It T KLlerv Itmwaola
al HcisMwvey. car. I-on A
L vTssfe. Walalaa.
Ah Tf Lara.
Cliaa CJwoc. Noana St Hor
Wiiha-r. Halt. Krretania M. Honolulu.
lulassrssssi a O. KuagKt- Honoiula,
-WW. ataaaatea St llouololu.
Jotra Nsgte Oo . Kathumanu St rtonolulu.
T. A. L. Wilis. Alloc St. Honolulu.
1. SVeaa. Car. Ktes dr Nuninn M. Honolulu.
a Vuuanu St.
The delay in the non-arrival of the City of
San Francisco was caused by some hitch in
the payment of subsidy by the Colonies, and
not by the non-art ival of the Loudon mails, as
was supposed. The mails were on board
promptly on the 2th. Thouph the question
in dispute as to when the Bubsidy should com
ment i hail not lieen finally settled yet, a com
promise has Wen reached, which it was thought
would prove satisfactory to the contracting par
ties. If we are rightly informed, there is a
powerful influence at work in the colonies to
break up the present arrangement, an Ameri
can service bein? very distasteful to the mon
ied men there. It will be a misfortune to the
colonics should they break with this, the best
service yet inaugurated.
Advices by the mail steamer state that the
Hawaiian treaty had not been acted on since
March ft, owing partly to the unsettled politi
cal affairs in Washington and partly to the ill
ness of Mr. Fernando Wood, who had it in
charge in the House of Kepreseutatives, and
who had been unwell daring the month. It
was to come up again before the House on the
6th of April, and would probably be brought
to a vote on that day. The general lielief
was that it would paBS with but little opposi
tion. The bill is, however, only on its first
reading; but wlun it has passed this, the
second and third readings will Vic a matter of
, Honolulu. 1 form, as it has been fully debated by its friends
lata j aud opponents. The brig Julia M. Avery and
D. C Murray, to leave between the 10th and
15th ins., will bring advices of the first defi
nite, but not final, action of Congress on it.
peasant from tbe north of Italy would be a most
valuable emigrant ; lie is sober, eivil, good temper
ed, and tccuetoTni-d to tbe hardest work.
' Italian would prefer to come out under an in
denture ol Government (which course in Germany
is prevented by law).
"II jroor ugr planters would require labor it
could be arranged tor them on the following term:
"Laborer! In tbe case field and boiling booc (15)
fifteen shillings cr week aod tingle ration.
"Married people (2.1) twenty-five shillings per
week, and a ration and -baI, the wife making her
self useful at a domestic scivaul.
" Indenture for two years, from dale of arrival in
" PsoPOflTIOS KFSPECTINO AN ITALIAN SETTLE
MENT at Lt;i:EN-i sn.
"I believe I could find about ('.) twenty-five
families in Tuscany pus Itasca1 of sonic means, and
desirous to eiuiirrate to AastValia, with a vi jw to
cultivate ttie vine, olive, and mulberry. Tbe eo
ple are paascsaed ot some means, and would emi
grate to Queensland, paying tticir own passage, but
under the following conditions:
"1. That they be empowered to nominate their
own laborers and "other servants, with their families,
for free passage In all cases where tbe a lulls did uot
exceeds twelve (IS) individuals.
" 12. That titer be nermittcd to select or settle
upon a block of land suitable to tbe growth nf olive,
vine, mulberry, aud flat, which settlement they
would call " Toscano," and that Ibcy be allowed at i
once to occupy and cultivate the said block ol land.
3. ToaranJ them credit of 10) ten years for i
tbe land 1 iter', and tbe first f j a eat not to cm i
mence before the expiration nf t no years.
"4 If possible, tbey were to be located near a rail- I
way or oilier public works to ensure them two or j
three davs' work a week at current rates of wages. 1
and until such times as their crops had fructified and
tbey themselves were placed iu a position of secur
ing means of existence.
"5. To promise litem a recommendation to Ihc
Government to reward them with bonuses iu case of
their producing large quantities of si;ks, oils, aud
other Italian products.
"6. That the people be forwarded from Livurno
Afreet to Q .'cnsland, if possible by a steamer, tria the
Suez Canal, aad that the passage to be paid by tbe
ultove-nained twenty-five families does not exceed
lifteen sounds (15) per adult. "
is c r. a s njai i n at Bonoimu
. Kuna. Oabu.
I s.. iMton Hot-! Honolulu.
Ah Fat Saaaoa St. Honolulu.
t ta-aoc Nasi. Ontobeo. Honolulu.
Wjl R. CAaTLtt, Attoraev Ueoeiat.
I.-.: !' lie I'.:ll ln-1 : Itevt.
wax r--"l-r!'-d Tl.lrd Jiem'ter of th
of the distrtrt of Hon Culu. Islaud of
W. las AttTU.
tsrbool Acent of Ho.lolnlu.
. lr-t. iii -.-t
-CA.-IAIS'. No Hn-alalo.
Siunan tanra aaa aaaa tkts aaab appj
ACtMl at ' eir i
Tana iota iaa ilf-r ttaat at cterUoo t,r
Aaaa-aral-aa-ar. atuardk M
it... -a-- hrr. -. fitted I
t now readr for the reeeptiott.
to Itt- Arclief.l-cy and
Coxsidkhauli: talk has arisen concerning
the band's playing on the wharf on the occa
sion of the Granada's departure on Sunday
afternoon of last week. The band had been
frequently called out on similar occasions on
' week days, and probably those having autho
rity in the matter never dreamed of offending
the religious scruples of any of those present
at Ihc departure, or of any on board, when
" Home, Sweet Hnue,-' " Auld Lang Syne,"
i and other familiar aits were sweetly wafted to
! their ears as the ship glided off in the harbor.
We are not prepared to advocate any change
j in our present Sunday laws, nor are we prc
i pared to maintain that steamers arriving on
Situday shall not It- permitted to do what may
le necessary to allow them to pursue fheir
j voyage ; or that the post office shall not receive
! and deliver letters or papers on Sunday. There
j arc various phases of this Sunday question
which must be considered in discussing it :
j and while no one desires to see the sanctity of
j the day of rest lessened, the injunction that
the Sabbath was made for man, and not man
should not be forgotten,
a ship to leave a terminal port on Sunday.
lot. wltt-h sr.' s -nrrd with i
I tbn: an. arltrl. , f l,.r the Sa t .at I.
I ... ,kn . I riauM tn Iha VBUiiim wUI l.a 4
Tuiwiia aijc i actuc iau v.oiupany avoids as murn as
ortS-e- two: to O-r Mus.-lim rill be entered in the I 1 1 tl o J 1 J
rtawarayaattaaa. -aMhrr aent as loans, aifts. or possible all Sunday work, and never permits
r s. nl m loans.
: ad if for aaie. tbe pr lUiooW b. The conipnnv s time-table is even so arranrred
:usumii.anyof as to tin ng their ljats here and at Kandavo
i lul ,r of cue ktardom. j M. , ..
saaajisan i - "r i-aliiim on s een nays, wncn no neteniions occur. 1 tic
"mTJfXZtfutfrTu, ,rr'v an' departure from way ports are bc
naii h. ' vond their coittrol, aud the law of necessity
it- 4nseun. slioull hs aetil to i ,. . J
raaMiaan nl ai'i'in s lit sueii cases.
i will be dolr ac- ' '
asrj mill aaanaaiaf MltiaUn
k atartf HI v" crao
r iitirm s-ara diaau A
a. -C-acatoe , IA- llswsusn museum
taoe -r aaaa tar rreerr-t of aU artsrirs at
ar Tlss Haa-aHan stoaenra will be open
to the publl--.
Uie boars of 9 a.m..
U. R Hr
Curator Hawaitati Miioum.
. ITV STI Sm
..ui-i tpril Trrna,
Va Jrmci Uaa-ats racstniNC.
Aaril t Tlst kiog va. Albert McWayuc lodici-c-t
tmr (armhTdAaaf; apian Prisoner pleaded cuil'y,
baa than kr did not know tbe law Tbe Court after
tarsal a lie tbe law to tbe prisoner, scotenccd him
ta pat a tor of (59 do coats.
Ta King vs Uaac Lang. Indicted for hiving
opxass la bit ft eisioa The prisoner pleaded
aaWt . i tbe Qrt sentenced him to two months
lOBDraaaoaaeut at bard late.r and $5 costs.
. vs K M.Lslemi.
Wi: reprint on our last page, from the Wash
ington correspondence of the Sacramento
Union, some interesting paragraphs concern
ing the pending treaty, including a copy of
the bill now Ittfore Congress, intended to
give force to the treaty. The idea which some
persons have that further legislation here is
- necessary before the treaty can go into ef
j feet, is incorrect. The last Legislative As
sembly gave full power to the King and his
j government to make a treaty, which should
j become operative whenever the ratifications
! were exchanged and proclamation thereof made,
1 as will be seen by the law enacted in 1874,
i which we republish. The question of the con-
t "ontinued lill ' stitutionalit v of this Drocedure was discussed.
the plaintiff bavin" broken bis leg. , r . , . - i
rm mm .r .. . ... . anil the otntiion nf 1 he tinniest uULWttv nio
v h I mart-; v.ontiunea till next o
To facilitate the necotiatlon of a Treaty or Treaties
Whereas by the 29;h Aiticle of tbe Constitution it
is provided that treaties involving changes in the
tariff or in any law of the Kingdom, shall be re
ferred for approval tot lie Legislative Assembly;
And whereas, it seems expedient to this Assembly
that His Majesty ' Government should negotiate
a treaty or treaties ot commercial reciprocity with
those nations bat ing territory bordering on the
Pacific Ocean ;
And whereas, also, it does not seem expedient that
in case such treaty or treaties may be negotiated,
the ratification of the same shall be delayed until
the uext meeting of the Legislature; therefore.
Jnry waived by raaaeot. Defendants not being Bt it enacted by the hiog eiuti Vtr IsgitUtux AucniWy
taceaacia coau&scfl until n ednc-sdav t tie 1 "J narman i.ana.s m iru ueyiuaiure oj r
at. E. Preston for plaintiff, J. S. Psiku- ; AuigUom aue:,.bua:
aa otber deteodACt. rbat any tiealy or treaties or commercial
w .--. . : ; reciprocity which ihay be negotiated after the ad-
journmenl of this sessiou ot the Legislature and
-Tbe Kmc va. Aiaoa I pake) Indicted for sell- I Wore tbe mxt mcetiDg thereof, and which thai!
tfaaa. Trtod by a foreign Jury who, altera provide for an entrance iuto a. it other country or
. countries of any of the products of this country in
I view of and by reason of tbe admission of auyarti
I cles, tbe products of tbe country or countries so
contractikg. Into this country frre of duty or lor a
duty less thau that now imposed, is hereby approved
; of, and the same sball go into effect and become tbe
; law of tbe laud w hensoever such treaty or treaties
may be ratified by His Majesty tbe King and pro-
claimed by Him to tbe peuplc ; and sucb dntice and
none otucra auan ne levied on tnc articles in such
treaty or treaties enumerated when introduced Ironi
tbe country or countries so contracting, a iu such
treaty or treaties may be provided.
Approved this 1st day ot August, A. D. 1874.
H A. nfijctnanti vs G. W. Willfor.g. Case eon-
! tbe Jalv term
i (witt at. vs. Kalei fit) et al. Action of
Tried by a jury, wbo after an absence
returnee a unanimous verdict tor
a. S. Hart ell for plaintiffs ; S. B
Harms axd Jra.,; j ;
Kes.su. far) a at va Kalei ,k- rt at. Mr. Dole
I le be allowed to ale exceptions to tbe verdict
a! tbe jary altbafb not noted at the time of tbe
i Be verdict, tae t. urt allowed tbe
! and would r. insider tbe matter and
A. S. Hart well for plsiuliffs; S. II. j
J. O. Doannia ta. ratknli et al. Action of eject
. returned a coanlmous verdict of col
Tar Attorney General lor the Crown ; L
Ma Jcsrict Jl'DD.
1 H on v-
I A Co. Action ol tr-.ver Tried, and tbe
inset a aaaaiaious verdict for the plaintiffs
m otSMO 25 E. Preatoo lor plaintiffs ; A.
deteudhata. Lxctptions noted tr
)e: al va. Kalei Nittiee of rxcep
taoas was rend by Mr. Dole, and tbe Court ruled the
aunt as not being in time, but reserved tbe ques
tie at tbe reajaeat of both tbe counsel, without
a tar as
Wc have papers from Levuka to January 20.
The Colonists arc quite exercised about the in
terference of the home Government in the co
lonial legislation, the Colonial secretary having
sent a batch of laws framd in London, which
were to lie promulgated iu Fiji. The law
which gives offense is one empowering " the
Governor to prohibit, for a limited period, any
ierson whom he may believe to be disaffected
to her Majesty's Government, or otherwise
dangerous to the peace or good order of the
colony, from residing or being in any specified
island or district. This power to remove from
a place (not extending, it will be observed, to
banishment beyond the limits of the colony), j
persona whose preaeuce may be menacing to
the tranquility of a district, or to the safety of
any of its inhabitants, is one of a very excep
This arbitary law has created great opposi- i
tion, as well it might, and completely heads j
off all opposition to the government, whether j
in the shape of "meincritls" or otherwise.
We notice that full advices had been received
about the trouble in Samoa, on the return of j
Consul Layard, and the papers state that the I
schooner Peerless had been seized through the ;
assistance of the British warship liarracottta,
but they add, " The Consul for Germany sides
with the Colonel, but it is more than whispered i
that this is owing to the fact of his being some
what largely interested in the vessel. The
whole affair lias been referred home, and pend
ing advices, it remains in statu quo."
The visit of the U. S. ship Tuscarora, caused
some little stir, while she was in the harbor of
Levuka. Her officers arc pleasant and geiifle
maiily, ahd her crew evidently enjoyed their
short visit. As a matter of course, there was
a little jolificatioti -..long the latter, and one or
two amusing scenes occurred in consequence.
It is with considerable regret that we (the
Tiling) are compelled to announce that symp
toms of pleuro pneumonia have made their ap
pearance amongst the herds of some- of our
local breeders. While we trust, very sincerely,
that this scourge will not prove serious in its
effects, we are impelled to point out that it is
the serious duty of the Government to take im
mediate steps to guard against the probability
of its spreading.
Wilt it t'urrenry.
The heavy and constantlv increasing rates
of discount upon Silver Coin in this community,
says the lifir, is opening up a question which
will puzzle the brains of our most astute finan
ciers to solve. China, which has acted as a
reservoir for this class of coin metal, and often
times produced a scarcity which compelled the
payment of a premium fay it here, apparently
has its coffers full, and the great extent to
which our shipments have fallen off indicate
that she has a surfeit of our Trade Dollars,
which were at first so enticing to our celestial
customers. In China the two large cities of
Hongkong and Foochow have adopted them in
preference to the Mexican Dollar, whose coin
age is so irregular as to compel here before
shipment the employment of experts to segre
gate those which donotcome up to the Chinese
standard of clearness and weight. But
Shanghai still prefers the rough, ugly Mexican
Dollar, and the largest portion of these ship
ments go t- that port. Could we but remove
the prejudices the people ol this place have in
favor of the Mexican coin, another large ave
nue could be opeued up for the reception of our
The feeling of the Shanghai people rosy be over
come in the course ot lime, but il la bcary up hill
work to remove any class nf the Chinese from the
regular groove iu which tbey have been moving for
years, aud, moreover, it Is a wonderful fact that the
cupidity of these people hat not led them to adopt
it, if only on account of Its superiority in weight
and ooijormity iu manufacture and nppeaniuce.
But even if the Chinese demand did not fall off. and
remained Dp to its regular standard, the heavy pro- I got into tb pilikia, aud it an comical to see his
auction ot our mines would nave sooner or later I look of dismay al mt predicament,
cauaed a glut in tbo market, and the same disturbed I The moat abowy part of the fete was the d'uplay of
slate of affairs which now exist. Maoy theories are ; mart. ,ion- lh .tresis, and the most lirelv
to resume, and whose projucts she can make arrange
ments to purchase, which will keep her free from
any of those entangling alliance wttich spring up
when she enters the market to buy. This ten
millions on exhibition will accomplish mora toward
the resumption of .-peeie payment aud prevent the
severe and Ireqaenl fluctuations iu our silver colu
than newspaper arguments or set speeches of Con
gressmen. It will be a silent bat convincing argu
ment that we possess the metallic wealth to resume.
Hardly any relief cau be expected from heavy fluctua
tions in silver coin wilb Ibc large and Increasing
productinus of our roiuci staring us In tbe face, uulil
the Government steps iu and takes off of our bands
this surplus which is constantly inert asing over the
demands for il iu this otarket. Wilb out large area
ol country to supply al no lime should the diacouut
upon silver tauge al more than 11 ) iter cent (
side ol speculative corners), and ataca it does a ue
rangciueut exists in tmr alf.iirs nut consistent with
goud fiuauclal government.
European Correspondence Ho. 11.
I STKItL t K EN, SWITIERLANP.
Dntn Gazette : Ictcrlaken is less a place of in
terest in itself than t- a good starting point for tour
ists in different directions. There are several excur
sion, of two or three days length which arc eommunly
made from Intcrlakeo.
It lies between lake. Brienz sod Tbun on a fiat
which looks as though it would suffer greatly frcui
freshet, were it not fur tbe dyking of the rirer Aar
and of tbe streams which feed it from the mountain
sides. The Aar connect, the two lakes.
Tbo little town is not an interesting place in which
to get weather bound, bs happened to us. It is easy
enough to go away, even iu a long rain storm, if it
suits vour plans to go bv boat or rail. But we wanted
j to go by carriage part way, aud part way on foot over
the Geuimi Paal to the Sue: :.. aud the Khone valley
I So we waited, amusing ourselves with picnics iu bo.
, tels, wadin wet meadows, aod attending the cow
Another reward for the delay was tho mo;t beauti.
ful sunset I saw in Switzcrlaud. It was followed by
that incomparable afterglow that poets rave about,
bathing all the heavens, both cast and west, wilb a
flush of lovely light that I can never forget '' an
evening land " of beauty indescribable.
The cow fairs arc annual institutions in Swi zcr
land, from time immemorial.
Tbe caltte are driven up in spring, to the Alps, a
few only rtuiaiuiog in the village to supply tbe in
habitants rilh milk during tbe summer. The pas
tures on th more accessible slopes are called tho Fore-
Alps ; the kigbe-t ones are called tbe High-Alps. Oo
these iattel, tho cafllc can be pastured only from five
to seven weeks in midsummer, owing to the cold at
such ailituacs. " Tbe Alp pastures are measured and
allotted with ibe exactness of a field or garden, every
cow has her appointed hill top, aud a goat may only
at bis peril, go browsing beyond his neighbors lim
its." The head hcrJsman is called n Scnn ; his chalet
among the Alps is a Senn-hiilte. He has under his
direction two or three men and boys, one of whom is
the ricc-senn. These three or four persons can take
care of fifty or sixty cews. The Scnn has all tbe care
of tbe milk in doors. Tbe vice-'enD transports cheese
and butter, attends to getting supplies of food, fuel,
tc. Then there is a eow boy, and perhaps, besiu'es,
an errand boy. Tney rise at Jawn tor tbe first milk
ing, and it U high noon before the consequent work is
Then comes the second milkirg and the same work
! to do over again, keeping tbem busy till bed time.
So they turk all summer, taking no rest tili autumn
brings them and tbeir charge, to the valleys again.
1 " Tbe but of the Alpine shepherd cannot hare
changed in lUbu years, or no tune, however simple,
can have seen it piore simple than it is now." (The
lad from whom I quute had never seen a Hawaiian
thatch house, al! of one room.) Tbe shepherd's bouse
i consists of a milk room partly underground, for uiak-
ing cheese and butter, and sometimes une by its side
; for pigs. Above these is the comfortless sleeping
j room, with no mure furniture than a log for a bench,
J and a roagh hewn table, if eveD that.
The butter is uncalled, and tbe cheese is pale, soft,
i and oily. Some of tbe favorite brands of cheese are
made of cow's and goat's milk mixed.
The herd-men have tire or six .preparations from
milk and whey, which fumi,h the main part of their
food. They not only drink whey, hut they wash in
it all the milking apparatus, and sometimes even their
Tbe yodelling the Itanz des Vaehes of the Alps
is the soug of the solitary shepherd, invented for com
munication with animald that arc his lifo long com
panion?. Tbe herds arc led by tbe sound of these
songs, as well al by tbe bells of their leaders. Some
of the large belli weigh five or six pounds, I am told,
but the most are much smaller. Many of them in ono
herd chime in tuneful chords. Probably the shep
herds select tbem with that object. .They wake sweet
sounds in c;ladc and uicn, and suggest the line :
" I Ltar the ntleep bell tiukle aronnd th lonely eliisiing."
The queen leader is very proud of ber honors, and
sulkily refuses to move if .-ho it drprived of her hell.
It i strange by what instinct her authority becomes
acknowledged by her followers, and tho lead of her
bell rccoguized as law wbcre ao many cows are wear
About the tst Oct. tho Scnns begin driving down
the herds fur sale in tbo valleys below, or for winter
pasture, if not for sale. Woe to your expectations of
sleep for tbe night or two during fair time, if yoLr
pension be oh tbo road over which the cattle come, or
near a meadow where forty or fifty of them are pas
tured for tbe time being. Tbo owners of these town
p-isturss let tbem out by the strip, and the proprietur
of three or four cows who rents a strip of tbis grass,
must stand and watch all night lest his property ran
dcr over tbe line.
So far must tboy eat and no farther I
There was such a pastiro uppodito toy window, and
I watched the boys making arrangements at dusk,
for spending tbe night in the pouring rain, and felt
sorry for them, and asbameil of grumbling in my snog
room, bceau.c the bells disturbed my dreams.
Tbe fair day proved in oue sense by no means a fair
day. Buyers and sellers and visitors alike shivered
in tbe rain and waded in mud. Tbe place for
the sale of eowa was around a large green or square.
The animals stood either on the street outside of the
fence or close to it, inside, on tbe green. Groups of
eager sellers and cautious buyers, stood bargaining
among tbe cows, oblivious to rain, and mud, peasant
girls huddled uo Jer trees to protect tbo finery they had
put on, to wear to town ; and bero and there knots of
tired women in rough botuespun had sunk upoo tbe
wet g-ass, regardless of oonsequences to dress and
health. Some enterprising dames had established
rtoroi at corners of tho green, and were driving a
lively business io the lunch department.
Tbey fried barter in lard, as we fry donghnuts, and
s pile nf theso flimsy things, with a howl of weak cof
fee, seemed to afford much comfort lo rows of cow
herds, whe sat on benches nndcr tbe dripping trees
and passed jokes with the busy cook. She used ber
tougue, her umbrella in one hand, and ber ladle in
tbe otber, with equal skill.
There were fire or six hundred cows at this spot,
making a din of eoafusion with tbeir lowing. Tbe
streets were full nf people leading away their purcha
ses, which called mournfully tu tho companions tbey
left behind. In other streets we visited the pigs aod
tbeep and goats, and I came to grief in a tangle of
five goals tied together, and pulling everyway, and
thought I should sever get clear of them. My com
panion strode on ahead, thinking he was makiag a
patba'ay for me, but while I stopped to look at a pig:
The Maud wlrh lalanda Treat y.
From S. F. Journal of Comraere. Afareh I.
Tbe way in which this treaty, of which the peo
ple of Ibis couutry so long since expressed tbeir em
pballcal approval, baujrs tire in Congress, is the re
verse of creditable to that body. Tbe matter, bow
ever, bas been for some time before the Committee
of Ways and Means, and baa at last been reported on
favorably. The latest objection to it that we have
heard of is, tbst it woild Involve the loss of over
half a million dollars of dutiesannually. This, how
ever, is hardly tvortn a thought compared with the
total revenue of Ihc Government, it la absolutely in-
significant, and it will appear still Ksa worthy ul m
rluul consideration in light of the fact that it is now
proposed to make reductions in Ibc tariff, which
would entail the lost, ot many millions.
Tbe opposition of the sugar mining interests of
this city, which was a serious matter, and the only
one of any moment, has long ceased, the refiners
finding that tbey could, with a reduction of duty,
cither make better terms, or, bj buying tbe raw pro
duct more cheaply in Manilla, euchre the opposi
tion of the planters who rclnsed to sell lo Ihctn, and
they are protected fur ut least a year to come by tbe
purchase cf 30,000,1X0 pounds two-lbird a of I he
preaenl year's crop by the California Rtttnery of
Tbe benefits derivable, not only lo San Francisco
but to the country, from the passage of this tieuty,
have often been dilated upon in these columns, ui d
need uot agaiu be repeaird at length. The islands
have an area equal to that of Massachusetts or New
Jersey, over three times that ol Delaware and more
thau six times that ufRuode Island, are nearly equal
ly as fertile, and could, without di'Hculty, support
u population of two millions, equal lo twice that of
the Pacific Coast of the United States. That tbey
will ultimately have such a population, that immi
gration will Set in strongly and that the Uuit'd
Slates can largely determine the character aud po
litical affiliations of the immigrants iu tbe event of
having such a commercial tie to hind the two coun
tries as would result from the effect of the proposed
treaty, dues not, W'e think, admit of much doubt.
That in the event ..I the rejection of the treaty, Eng
land or France will step in, establish first a commer
cial and then a political OOnDrctitsa wilhibe islands,
is, wc think, equally Well established Ir.'lQ the hi
tory and traditionary policy of both lhesc nations.
And that a serious advantage would be given tbem
in the eta it of war with us a base of operailois
against our Pacific Coast Slates is acknowledged by
the highest military authorities iu ibe country.
Everything, therefore, prompts or should prompt
oar leading politicians of both parties to secure the
pussagc of thia treaty, am! we have little doubt thu
IL will soon be ratified by both Houses ol Coligrev.
NEW AD V K RTIS K M ENTS.
SAVE TIME AND EXPENSE !
BUY THE CHAMPION POST AUGUR, OR POST HOLE DIGGER!
All THAT IS II MM TO VIW s AST or nt.
the great merits of this Implement la for them to sea It operate. WW
Orasp lb handle, aa shown In the rot : drive It -harplr Into tbe r-oorul
always stnklnr In the same place, or near It uuUI tbe earth stlcAabn
rvlliider: raise It wit ami drop It on the emnnd sAtewUe boldli . ,Z
handle iu the hand, and Use sarin will foil out. TRY TIIX( !
We also Offer For Sale.
Slar Vollne Mown,
rhaotploii Vtov fity
iv Aaaa, ivw Mi
Rakes: fane Madras
stone and Fixture
Barrows, anil other
i. I'll., ten' flora.
I ami Mast,
H.HACKFELD i CO.
F O 3FL SALE
VEW GOODS !
Per Hawaiian ' Bark Ka Mof !
St. ItAKEMANN, MASTER,
Now Due from Bremen.
JJIXK PAD.-l, CHOCOLATE AND WHITE
GROUND PRINTS, MUSLINS,
Uorrocks, Long Cloth, A 22 in. A 3C in. II
and II .1G in.
Turkey Red, Ilrown Cotton and Drill,
Blue Cotton Drill, Ticking, Hickory Stripes,
Cotton Sheeting, 72. 80. 90. ond 100 in,
Mosquito Netting, Water-proof Cloth.
We keep un hand a Splendid Aunrtmtnt of
Builders1 Hardware & Mechanics Tools
An . arc constantly mftklnc AuM.ttOBii thereto. We make pr--..t. , of
.House Furnishing and Ornamental Goods,
Lamps, Lanterns, Chandeliers, and Oils.
O U T I, 15 It Y !
Seines and Twines, Fish Hooks and Lines
Agents for the Averill (hemical Paint fo.
this paint is Mixed read y for use.
An,! can he had haW, Ms 1 and 5 Irallnn containe. A very fame tuuit1tv l betrur sol's lhf r;ni,d state and It hi
said to be superior to siliy oltlfr Paint uaed. W. hare In atoe at pnssent only the parr White ul . a
deliver any ouAodty. of thirty-one ulfferent shade, and colors, .which can be selected from a rut pie card as owe utEce i
In sixty days from th. time we receire th. order.
We are i Communication with Manufacturer and Agents of aU kind of
IMPROVED EARMING TOOLS AND MACHINERY!
AND KISI'KI Ti l I.I.V
Solicit Orders for any Class of Goods in Our Line !
Goods in our line not obtai nahle In this Market, we will IMPORT TO OKJpKIt, from England, Germany or
any part of the Uulted MUtea, on the moat liberal terms.
DILLINGHAM & Co.,
578 .1m 9.1 m l tt7 I, i ti- street.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
THE FAST .- Ml IN'.
A. Ml H KNOW Mniler,
Will have tlnick Dispatch for the above Port
For Freight or I'asaaKe, apply to
5S7 If. HACKFKt.D & CO..
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPTS
Australia and New Zealand Line
Black and Colored Merinos,
Blaick Cubndrjfi and I'iIihd Clotb.
Barege, in all culora; Linen,
Twilled Cambric and Sileaiai,
Black La -ting, Flax Padding,
Cotton and Linen Tbrca l, wbito, block and
brown, aaforled numbers,
White X Br own Cotton Turkish Towel?, Ac,
Linen and Cotton Handkerchiefs, white and
turkey red ;
Tabic Clntb, Men's Socks,
Ladies' Stocking., assorted,
WLito and Brown Cotton Undertbirts, and
Waterproof and Fianoel Shirts. ,
BUek Lace Shawls, Silk Umbrellas,
l'laids. Ponchos, Monkf j Jackets,
FLANNEL SACKS AND PANTS,
Buckskin and Clotb Sacks and P.ints
Aa Assortment of FINE SUITS,
scarlet, green, blue and white ;
White Cotton Blankets, Uor?o Blankets,
Light and Heavy Bortaps,
Woolpack, Sail Twine,
Rubber Goods Garters, Suspenders, (lirdlos
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SADDLES,
Bridles, Bit, and Spurs,
French and German Calfskins,
India Rubber BalU, Feather Dusters,
Blank Books. Blank Notes,
Genuine Gold Leaf,
Jewelrj, sueb as Ear Rings, Brooches, lc.
Harmonicas, Massa Pipes,
London and Meerschaum Pipes,
Genuine Eau de Cologne!
Lubin's Extract's Soaps, Tooth Blushes,
THE SPI.EDI2 KTEAMNHIP
S II .V I h I'd H II, l APTAlH.
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about April 26.
For FreiRht and Paasajre, or any Turther information,
11. Ilv M 1.1." ,t CO., .Ife'ita.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPTS
Australia i.nd New Zealand Line
SI pit i: m: i'oi'rt-ix r. vum t t.-before
Mr JuMice Hern., at Cnaintter. l. tbe matter
of tUe Bankraptey of M AJOB T. lo.v.lllL, a rolunurr
Wherwa. on the 21st day of Maurb, A. l. l7, MAJOR
T. I "N N i .!.:. tiled bla petition that lie mafbt be a.tturia.-l
bankrupt, aim whereas, upon reading and nunc iai.1 peti
tion, an crier seas duly made, railing upon ll pen.... to
appear before ate, tne nndenlrneil, on loe tb da' of A PR II.
IsTfl. to prove Uuur claim, adust til. said Kst.tr, aud to
show cause. If any they had. why the sitttl Major T.' runnel!
should not be ileereed naukrupl. and watrnu, on the ai,t
atb day of APRII , A. D. I1T, pruef harlnf been made 10 th
salfaractiou ofth. Court, that due n..tk-e of said hrtnn.
bad been published hi the Hawaiian Uaaatta a aawispaper
published In the City of Honolulu, and no p.nn hTl..c
made any objection lo the prayer of tbe aald Petition bflna
Now tharefore, it la ordered by tbe Coort, that the said
Major r. Dunned, be. and he la hereby adjudged a bank
rupt, and It la farther ordered that nolle, of aoch bank,
ruptcy be given In the Hawaiian Oaseu. for three ronsr.
eutive wet-As. eallltig upon alt ere.lttor. of the aald Major
T. Donnell within the Hawaiian Kingdom to appear be for
me Ibe andertslgned. at my fbambeealu the fi.e-t Houm
In the City of Honolulu, on Monday, th 11 day ut M.v
A. D. ISTS. at 10 o'clock A. M., to prove tbelr elalma in
accrdance with the provisions of Seenon MT. of the ( tvll
Code. And It fa further ordered thai publication of Usm
order aa aforesaid, shall be deemed good service neon ait
tbe ansa Creditors within thtat Kingdom.
Dated at Honolulu this sth day of April. I s:s.
Jam. E. Bia-SA.D. Deputy clrrk.
In re matter of lb Baok-
F'adeken. aiiaa K. AaeguL v.llreta
he creditors of litis estate, wbo ha v.
is, and ar. entitled lo rota, thai in.
tees In Banli ruptcy, n 111 be held lis th
I supreme Court, from 10 o'elora a. at ,
aj the lath day of April, A. 11. ItCg, al
WAl.TICR R. MAL,
Clerk of .Saprem court.
March :th. 1ST. sm ;t
T II II S 1' I. II Ml I I) ST E A -II S II I P
CITY f NEW YORK
in I I.I.I r. raaaaaaa ailii.
VVill Xioiivo Honolulu,
Kandavu, Fiji, and Sydney, N.S. W.
Connecting at Kiwlnvu with t.'ompAxiy'a stanier for
AruKLVND,N'.Z.,Parr t'HAi.MKKH, MM! intermediate
On or about the 3d of May.
For Freight and Piwsitffe, anil further Information, apply
to M3J U. flACKPELD A CO., Agent.
KOLOA AND WAIMEA !
K A M A f 1 E !
Will .v rfsgular n for thn ahnrf? narnrd Torta,
no ami after Uitt 5th of .November .iext, ontll further
Freight and PaMojri' taken at the Lowert Kittes.
M2 J.OI.LK. ft CO.. Agnta.
3 ruptcy of F. O
brrebr given to th
pruvtd their rlaJro
'-;: for AMifttis-
lerkii office of tn
IIU soon on ttaturda
Honolulu. H. I.
x rut: m triLR ofthe mit ateo? kee
KAPC .w). tatc of Honolulu, rtectaotd. JVotle ia
h'rehy given, that J1 persons, whether cured by mort
gage or otherwise, havtne elalma or demands agalnttt tbe
estate ut tbe late Kt-etupu ,w dereaeert, are reqaasMt
present the same, pn r.-rly autheniioMed, to the under
s'ffnpd. at So. s Kiiabumana ntrtet, IlooottiJu, within six
months from thf d. of the tlrst publication cif thia notice,
or tbey will he firver barred : and all pron lndrhtl
to aaid estate arc bersby required to make immediate
jayni' M to tlie utidemlgneil. D. W. PAtLAllI,
Kxecntorof iaat will and testamrutol Keeaapu iiereaaM
Honolulu, March .in. 197s. , . -, -l(
tll'KI.nK MMUT OK THE ft.MIM
Itlantts. tta. In tbe i
McKlBBIN, late ofH
ceased. Order appoint
directing publk-alion ui
A document, pttrpo
li.eut of bobert McKI
it the g&M ,ay of March
of nabit. HawalLn
of the Katate of ItOBKHT
i. "aim. Hawaiian Island., de.
ne for probate of wlU and
e of the same.
o he Ibe last will and testa,
f HulMduIu. deceased, having
... Oeen prt.cutc.l
rta. T U Hobror.. Action of issntnn
afe. Trend few a JatT aaa, after an auaeticc of tifle. n
- '--rrt tt'taciat' i,:d : lr t tic C'.
Asest tho aabject of introducing Italian
I - Mr. W. C. Joaw. forth, plaintiff eicept- j ''S" iicu must say in iooKea op
w tbt wSict of Ui iarr. Ueatra. Cattle, Smith on wilb favor generally, we find tbe following
aesi U.rtaei. for the dden'dant
TtK toa.1 adtoaroed antil Monday the 10th inst.
S-aVatal. of Kaibe tk). decrawd. Before Mr
Jnstsoc Harrl.. IVUlioa of J. Porter Green, Ad-
I ettatc. f,-r settlement of Ul
for distribction of estate to
Tint Court examined tbe
' ar, re approved aad paaaed, aod
ordered disc barred. In distribu
li t Ceerl oecrecd one lialf thereof
ne quarter to Kuuatuu
to Lauaiksr, Uic Iaat tiro beinf
aro la tkm artiaar
mad flat. uarter
eoosaaa ? tar. d
la re Maior T. Doearll. a Tolaotarr bankrupt-
n Ut. Jaatkce Harris. Petition of M. T.
r i.a-ni nii i .
M xrmtA a. tax eawr.
M cUjgail :: at
baukratit. io conform iiv
I 011 Code. Claim, were proved
aaa, the Coar. adjedged M. T. Don-
a aaaati.aiQ tee matter until lsl
for proof of any further claims.
clerk of th. Hcore Wars and
aaa charge, bv tbt Trihim with
Job. WiikM uotb, lb.
LibC.:t:. at-ich h deousiirbut
ia ta. aaaa can aaaa a wsabiaaee
thai Hr. at
in one of the Queensland papers. It is taken
from a despatch written by a Colonial immi
gration agent iu London, (W. Kirclmer Jr.,)
who had received these offers from parties in
Italy. The cost nnm- d for Italian laborers, at
IS shillings per week, would be about fifteen
dollars a niouth, of fonr weeks, which would
be cheaper labor than that of Asiatics at
eight dollars :
"I also enclose . proposition forwarded to roc
by the raid agent respecting an Italian seltleaieut
" i'ou will probably only And It a crude statement,
some of tbe conditions of a t.U-h taijrlit prove luj.
praticable, but by some ameudmentt it migtit
possibly be brooeut Into an acceptable .hape.
"Bctrarding Use conveyance of emigrants, my
aectit write, that lie ia ready to produce well tound
steamers, accustomed to tbe embrralion trade. In
tbe ports of Italy, for tbe conveyauce ol passengers
and their families to tbe Anal rattan colonies t ia Sue.
Canal at about fifteen pounds (15) per bead.
" My sgeut also mentlont the Italians are most
sniisbie people to work In socar plantations, as
they are accustomed to any degree ol beat. Tbe
advanced for a solution of tbe difficult problem, but
tbey are so greatly st variaoce with each other that
they only make "contusion worse confounded."
It is a lamentable mistake under which our people
labor, believing themselves all financiers, and capable
ol a sol ni inn ofthe difficulties under which the whole
country is now resting. More progress would bo
made toward thu resumption of specie payment did
our halls of Icgislatiou cootaio fewer self-elected
financiers, aud morv whose srqoaiutaucc with the
rules of tinauce bas been obtatued by close study aud
practical knowledge. When Couitrcss passed the
law orderiug the coining ofthe Iradc Dollar, it was
believed that the inducement held out of tasking the
in.trinalc value ol the coin $1 02 would pruveut its
affliction with a heavy discount, and that it woold
always msintain its par value ; but to-dsy It rates at
a ilisconntol 5 percent, with no possibility of this
rate lessening, ana w-itu the contrary tcellni: strongly
rxisliug, that a still further advance is Immiuent.
! So great are the present productions of our silver
mine, (and which products sre, by appearances, spt
! to be increased several fold before Ibe end of the
j rear) it is evident that we must look to new qusrters
to work off the surplus of Ibis mctsl which now
threatens to become a drug in this community. Wc
sre aol accustomed to daily fluctuations iu tbe value
j of tbe money in circulation iu our midst, snd to bc
i come lamiliar with the changes would cause an In
j convenience that we have no desire to be inflicted
j with. The people In the Eastern States are discussing
I the question of bow to get rid of tbelr fractional
paper currency, and obtain . substitute which will
serve the purposes for a circulating medium, and
1 which will possess a value based upoo intrinsic
j worth. The metal tbat will be adected forthis pur
pose will be silver, as nickel, which was tried as s
substitute, has failed to meet Ibe expectations ofitt
I introducers, and, In fact. It may be stated to have
been outy c speculation from tbe start, luto which
, the Government waa inveigled. At tbe Centennial
Exposition Ibe principal owners of the bonanza
t mines propose to hsve on exhibition oue month's
j product of the two mines the California aud tbe
Consolidated Virginia, It is thought that tbe pro
I duet ion will reach the turn of ten million doifats.
I This exhibition is intended to show what our mines
i are capable of, and to set forth the fact that Ibe
' Government, If iu earuestabout resumption of specie
; payment toon, seed not go out ofthe United States
' to buy either gold or silver, but that tbe bas mine,
i iu her midst tbat cso produce as fast as she wishes
part th. dances of the peasantry in th. evening. At
the stalls were offered at low rates, every sort of goods
a peasant would need fur a year's use warm, stout
wearing apparel, bedding, woolen vara, shoes, mi:
teas, eombi, household utensils, farming tools, bar
ness, eow and goat bells snd collars, writing mate
rials, pipes, cheap Jewelry, showy velvet bodices with
silver chains, for Swiss belles. everything but books.
Swiff peasants hare no time for book,.
Tbe rain lifted si on after tbe fair, and we left In
terlaken and tbe pleasant family at tbe Unterseeu
Pension Anglais. Sme of tbem were Americans who
bare lived many years in Stuttgart, ntignbori to our
friends the Pitmans. Mr. spoke very pleasant
ly of the family, and mentioned the second daughter
as a bright, handsome young girl, a companion ol his
own daughter. B. r. c.
TrtAlsiltn Sates. Tbo training ship system which
has lately been augurstel by tbe Nary Depsrtment,
if it can be sueces'TuKy carried out, will in time sup
ply with a class of seamen somewhat approaching io
character and discipline those M early days, when
the navy occupied a position which wss a source of
pride to sll Americans. From a variety of eausss,
local In their nature, the enlistment of boys on the
Portsmouth at this port has not been as successful as
might be wished. In other portions of the country,
notably in New York, where vessels hare been sta
tioned for this purpose, the recruits have been numer
ous, and tho plan is found to work admirably. In
England, where the system has been in operation for
some years, iu results bave been most gratifying.
Tbe plan of outside enlistment has been abandoned,
and tbe training ships supply all seaman required for
the service. Proas a personal inspection of the Ports
mouth, we jodge tbe boys enlisted to be well cared
for in every respect, and doubtless many find them
selves in a better position than on shore. It is to be
regretted that mora interest is not felt in this city in
this admirable plan fir increasing the efficiency of
the service. The recruits at the present time number
only 28, and the iadusstion an that a fall eampli
ment, sufficient to man the Portsmouth and allow of
her going to sea. will not be secured for some time to
eome. Should this be done, however, within a reason
able period, a voyage to the Sandwich Island, is pro
posed, last th. erew may receive further instruction!
n the duties of tLe profession.
Pocket Koives, Scissors, Charcoal Irons,
Washing Tubs. Galr. Bucket, 10 and 12 io.
GERMaN, ENGLISH AND FRENCH
Crushed Sugar, Sardines. Ac, 4c.
Wax Tapers, Camphur, Safely Matches,
White Zinc, White Lead, Green and Black
Berlin Blue, Uubburk's Paint Oil
Johanoisberger, Liebfrauenmiloh, Claret,
Champagne, ileidjiaek's, Ac.
Sparkling Hock, quarts aad pints.
Key Brand, St Paul's, Lager Beer,
Jeffrey's Ale it Porter, Basarian Beer, qts t pts
L I Q U O Ji S :
Cognac Brtndy, (Jin, Ac , Alcohol in Demijohns
CIGARS - - HAVANA & GERMAN
Fence Wire, Net. 4. i aud II.
C. C. Tia Plates, Sheet Zine. Keg Rir.lt,
Galvanixed Iron Pip., . in. in. 1 in. 1 i ia.
BabbitU MeUl, Hoop Iron, f , , i, IJ
Wrapping Paper, Hore Eope, white ;
Corks. Moaldi.g, Looking Glasses 4 Cbroatos,
Tumblers, Water Uonkeya , Gambiar and Catch,
Demijohns, ), 1, Sand a galls.. Market Baskets,
Birch Brooms, Cement, Fire Clay, Fire Bricks,
Slates. Barrels aod Casks, Ac, ic
aSa7J made to arrict. Ordert from the other islands
executed on arrival .
SAMPLES HOW OPE.V FOB INSPECTION.
JIAIM'IIANT. till HA&TKR.
April 10th, Monday
April 19th, Wednesday
April nth, M..nday
stay 1st, Monday
May tb, Monday. .
May lsth. Thursday
May 22d. Monday
May ;ath. Monday
June sth, Monday
June l-tb, M l ,
Juno 13th, Monday...-
June 23th. Wednesday
Circuit of Hawaii
. Circuit of Kauai
Circuit of Hawaii
Circuit of Hawaii
Circuit of Kauai
n Circuit of Hawaii
Circuit of Hawaii
Circuit of Hawaii
Circuit of Kauai
Fine Manila Cigars!
Amsvr ixvoici: or very superior
quality, pot up in boxes of 300 each. Joatreeetved
direct from Manila. For Bale by
4tO BOLLEB A CO.
Saloon Pilot Bread.
CASES Per M. Bell. Brooch)
: i -. boujcs Cr
Cases axd an
Far sal. by
On all Windward Trips the xteamer will leave her wharf
at bXl; all trip tn Kauai, will leave at 4 r. at. On down
trips tbe Steamer will not leave Knarualti before 8 a. ML,
Kau-ailiae before 10 a. m., Maketia aa per nuike on up trip,
Msalaea Hay not before 7 A. at. Any change from tbe
above will be advert!!.
On the trip of AprU 2ltb, 'Circuit of Hawaii., the Steamer
will not take Cattle from Kawalhae will leave Kawalbae
at 9:30 a. M., Friday. April 2ili; UiuUaea Bay at t r. at.,
reaching Honolulu, .'Saturday, a. ML, AprU Zvlu.
.tilts' ofPuaangc will lie
To or from l&mnakakai. Molokat. . a.voo
To or from Lahaina, Maul.- ..OO
To or from MaaJaea, Maul 7.00
To or from Maitena, Maul. . s.un
To or from Mahukona, Hawaii ... .10.00
To or from Kawalhae. Hawaii '.. io.OO
To or from Kailua, Hawaii IO.OO
Tn or from Uaawaloa, Hawaii 10. tell
To or from Htlo. Hawaii , !31e)
To or from Kau Coaat. Hawaii 13.00
Circuit of Hawaii. Bound Trip : 22.00
To or from any Fort on Kauai. .. s.oo
circuit of Kauai. Round Trip 12.00
Deck paAtuure for natives only .. ,, 2.00
c 5" So Credit for I'anajc 'f ttuey . -.a
Tickets st til. outre only.
No berth w in be considered as taken until paid ft-.. Hot
responsible for u.imarked Bajrcage or any Freight or Par
cel, uniem receipted tor.
Freight Mon.7 Dae on Demand.
ray An effort will be made tn have the steamer reach
Honolulu on the evening of tbe same day aba leave. Mini
BAMt'F.I. n. WILDER, -l.enl.
Office -vith Wilder A Co.. corner of Fort As Queen htreeta
to said Proliant ( otirt. and a n-mf,iu for lb.' probate
ua lor tne issuance 01 loiters It-sunienury 10 Alel
ander MeKlbhln and W. 1. llre-n. having balcd by W
It I. hereby onl.r-d. tliat FBIDAY. lb Hib day of
M IIII, . A l M.'i, at lOo'clnek a. St., ofaaidOav. at th.
Court Boom of aaid Court, at Allhilanl Hale in Ho
nolulu, be. and the same la, hereby appointed u.e time
for provlnc aitkj Will and hearing al application when
and where any perm Interested may appear and cnle.i
Ihe said Will, and the granung of tbe letter, trataiaentary
It is further ordered, that uotlre thereof b riven by
I'tihllrauon, for three successive week, io tn liawaiiau
Oaaelte, a newspaper printed and pohllaned in Honolulu.
Aud it Is further ordered, that citations he Issued to ta.
Ttibarrlnlnr ltnew.es to said will, aad to the hem of the
testator In Honolulu Ut appear at th Urn appointed
Dated at Honolulu, H. L, March llrd l7a.
A. FKANCIS JUDD.
Attest: Justice of tbe Mupr.me court.
Jam E. Ba AMD, Deputy Clerk. Ui It
SI I" It Cm IIIIHT la tbf mailer of tk.
lunkruptry uf MAJOR T. fjOIfftKUU Voluntary
Mnjor T. Donnell, of Flonftrnlu, having com before lb
Honorable Chariest;. Harris, Justice of Ut Ovprenm
Court, and drelared lilmflelf . bankrupt as provided in
SeeUon wit ef th Mvll d. It was this tisv ordered by
the said Justice, that Tilt'IinDAV, the tui day of AprU
ne-t, at 10 o'clock A. M., al the Court Room of tb.
Supreme Conrt, st Alunlaiil Houaw, Honohita, a. ta tarn
and place fur ail t redibjra to prove their debts, snd that
nolle of inch hsarlng be published in the Hawaiian tlsa
cite for all persons therein concerned to appear and tnsiw
c.use,irany there be. why the .aid Major T Donnell bouM
not 0. decreed bankrupt.
By order of tb urt.
J.VO. E. SAX.VARII.
Deputy Clrk snprem iwart.
Honolulu, :lst M.rrb, l7. tat st
estate of THOM AS I ' 1 N' , . .,
deceased, at Chambers, hf
of notice of petiUon for silt
and Anal dbnjrthnuon of pro
On resd.ng and flllpg the
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO!
C. Brewer St Co. Aaents
MsrrliAndit. rereirsd Hlar.r. tree, .n.1
,,w,.. . u aioMtfi m..i. ,.o .ittpm. nl, t,y this lit.
l-'7 C. BkKWeK A CO
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
Jf C. Brewer A Co. -Agents. tf
mimic favorshl. arrsagsments ess always be jEsaaaV
mad. for storage ud.hipaurat of Oil. Jtous, Wool Hid, sad
other Afarebaodis to Saw Bedford. Bot.n. Hew Voik !.,!
nth.r Kail.rs Porta. AaV Cash Advance, msd.
' '' 0. HP. Ktr :k A CO.
THE I' VII rB.SH .V ED, Foroerly with
D. S. muier. begs to iniorm tb. ciUxenaof Hono
lulu snd the ptinuc generally tbat be bas taken a
window In c. F- Wilnams Fire frx.r Rulldtt..
Fort street, where he will give special attention to all
kinds of WutrheS, 'tocks.and Jawelrv Renrlror
bp. Ac. All pveksares from tbe other Island, addressed
to him, containing articles for repairs, wttl reiv ss.iiinl
attention. Orders solicit! for all grades of Watches of
Amer.ivr. maniiiactarn. Satisfaction guaranteed bt every
Petri ami 11. CLARIS.
BE-T CALirOBXIA OAT HAT-For8al.by
U SOIXZ8 A CO
or THE HAWAIIAN'
ATB. In tb matter of tb
cf Honolulu. Island of latku.
r Mr. Juetle Harris Orr
sane, of accounts, dbwtiarge,
et 1 Ho,, snd seeouDtn of A nn
stale of '1 homaa f aaam lsl ,,f
iiutioiufu, ueceaae.1, woerein site as.. Ut te allowed tSa.tI,
t.n.1 charge, herself with ,71 rs. sjsd saks that ta mm
may b essmbied and approved, and that a Anal osOai
may b made of distribution nf ibe property, remaining in
her hands lo th persu.is thereto entitled, sod triarhnrgli g
her snd ber sureties from alt further responsibulsy as sack
11 is ordered, that THI.'BoDAY, the Zuttt day of APRIL.
A. D. t7, at 1. o'dtck, A. M before the said Juste al
Cbaml'ert, In tb Court Hons, atMonolala. be end ih
same hereby la appointed aa tbe UvaVand place fur bearing
Raid petition, and secounls, snd thllt sll petv Interested
may then and Iber appear and show can, if say tbey
have, why tbe same should not be granted, and may pr.
-.ncie.e . . woo sr emtura to me .aid property.
...... .,,. , , ,,i ,e r.n.iisn language, a 1
tn lb. Hawaiian ftsaette. newvpsper printed and 1
01 ituooiuiti, mr torn successive weeks nuikswa 10 tfl.
time therein .ppotnted for said hearing.
Dated al Honol.fn, H. t., this 10th day of March. 17.
( UAH. 0, HARJUet.
Juaacs of the supreme Court.
Attest: Jko. K. Ra.tfA.n. Deputy Clerk. aU at
PREHK rol RT OP THE Htailllt
In iTf.hate. Imlen.l - lb... U .
Islands. In lb matter of Ue Estate of A W. as ELL.
ol BtssaMkt, deceased. Order of appointing time for pro
bate of will ami free Line publics tkm of nolle of la asm..
A document, purporting 10 b th last Will and Tfsts
roent of A. w. Haell. rl-r j .mi. having on th tta say of
March A. p., IS7S, been presented u, apH Probst Conrt.
and a Stilton fw lh, ,,,1. thereof, aod aar Ik. Is
suance of Letter. Teslaoventary to Lralea Maeil, kwvutg
been filed by Leal, bn.ll.
It mi hereby ordered, that TtTEStCAT, th. lttb day of
A PRIL A. D. Is7, at 10 o'clock, A. St., of said day, at tb
Court Room of aald Coart, at Honolulu, la tbe lalaod of
uanu, oe. mo tnc same is, hereby 1
pn.vtna said WUI and hearing said
wher.snynersoomtcre.UMl ma. ar
.u i w ui, ana w granting of Letiera Testamentary
It Is farther ordered, that node thereof be give, by
publication, for three successive weeks, kt last Haw a! Wo
Osteite and Knokoa newspapers, printed aad swbbahd us
Andlt la further ordered, that ciution. b. Issued tn th
tutaarrlblog wltnease-t to said WUI. and to lb. keua of tk
""".f".'..1" H""""0. to appear and coolest the probate of
said will, st Us tin.- appointed.
lAtted Honolulu, H. L, March Stb. 17 S.
A. FRA5C1S JCDP.
. Jostle of the .Supreme Court.
w 1LT11 R. Hasp. Clerk of ibe rwrpreao. Cosart, sal St
rT,VE tm MKasEBT JIV TO AL-l
AWwbo have claims saainsl tb Karate of AtOSa pi
deceased, kite of Murine street. Honolulu, to present lbs
earn, to th. Crederakjoed, duly autkUcsAed. within i
"" ,rom "" And to those who nave property bw
longlng bi said Estate, to deliver up Ike riar
Notice 1 also given to say psm.a who kss a claim as
heir to th. said deoaaed to make US. efcsbm known.
'.VI 1. 1. AM O. SMI r II.
. . AlmisfctlraasTsailaii of a too. -p.)
noaolnio. H. 1., Maeeb 7. ttTa m il
THE FTB.V OF WILDER At '0., Ol THUf
day dissolved by mreossl renss.t Tb busiaeea U1
be c.ntinued by a. tt WUuV. madev tb nraa sasa of
Wilder A Co.. who will settle sll the bualaesa of ibe old arm.
assuming all liabilities.
Honolulu, March 3 let. irs. h: isa