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B V. M R Y M . WHITNEY.
WEDXEUDA i'. DECEMBER 20.
The ron rtcamrr which arrivel Thnrsdav
CTrniu. brourfci do Jeciriv wn in rerd
U the Prrilei tia! election. The news is
Trr ennflk-tinj: fn-m th three States atill in '
dool, cootradictiiig itself dav bj dav. The
l'ns and the consequent ex-
nrem-nt thronphont the Union is great. Many
fear trouble. fir whichever tnan mav bi de
clared to le the President elect, the partisans
of Hie other pany will repanl htm as ansnrper.
There are fonnd tn I fai laws providing for
1 the contingencies a hich have now arisen for '
the first time in the histoiy of the Uepublic.
There art no precedents to aid in the solution
of the new and unforeseen problems which are
now presented. Perhaps, as has so often hap- '
nened in the world's hislnrv. the crisis will !
develop the leader.
We have no fears bet that, in whatever con
tingencies may arise, the gixl sense of the
American nation will be shown, and that.
whatever mistakes rosy be committed, the in- j
hereut power of republican institutions will j
inevitably assert itself in rectifying such mis
takes peaceably aud legally. " This nation,"
says a New York paper, " is not going to ruin
because the people of tho United States do not
agree with yon. It is not going to ruin be-
I caase they have elected a President whom
yon think to lie the wrong man. This repub-
lie is not a pyramid bottom side up. Its life
does not depend upon its President, but upon
the general virtue and intelligence of its peo
ple : that is, upon its churches, its schools,
and its newspaper press. And they were
never stronger, never doing better work than
they are doing to-day. The President does
: not rule the nation ; the nation rules the President.
suppose a mistake has ooen made; sup- ,
pose the wrong party and the wrong man have I
been chosen. The American jeople are quick
; to discover their blunders and to correct them. ;
In four years they will have an opportunity, j
The successful party has no immense majority j
to fritter awav ; the consciousness of that fact .
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Mai keep it moderate.
-orst that can happen ? The hard times may
grow harder ; specie payments may be de
layed ; anarchy may continue in the Southern
States ; the remnants of fetters mav continue
Ue riork neon tar to 6" ''ie incompletely enfranchised ; politi-
AwmLinaaii fc u ; ar 1st: aoi br ssM at cal corruption may be more fully developed
before it is cured ; but the purpose of tho na-
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purpose under the incoming administration it
Aaa In iai Sar aar af tar datrtro of Coo- arill find a more honest and a more efficient
one four years from now."
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We have always favored the formation of
of tor joint-st.x-k compinies for the prosecution of
agricultural enterprises in this country. Ex
perience has shown that aggregations of
capital when invested in this way arc much
surer of profitable returns than when employ
ed in a more desultcrv and fragmentary man
ner. Asa general rule the more eitensi ffl the
enterprise the more economically can it be
oar matured, and rTTSeirrinrBtij the larger the per
centage of profit.
We have already a number of illustrations 1
of this principle in joint-stock sugar com- I
tbr panics, which ia some instances are paving
TWeatT-arr per rt-rv hands. fflie divirlenHa to tho hroti..l.r
-brt-iliWforrrt.a! . . - . . , , t ... ' !
not paid oo tbr aawai oeeu uere to
the cultivation of our other staples. But
Sat i n XJnaw r of the Interior. now an enternrisini t-entlpman. livino- in the
heart of the world-renowned coffee-growing
Kiac a appoint tbr district of Koua, on the Island of Hawaii, Mr.
H. X. Urecnwell, has issued a circular ad
dressed to parties desirous of engaging in the
cultivation of coffee either on a large or small
scale, in which he states that he is ready
cither to assist with land and capital in the
formation of a coffee company, or to treat with
such as may wish to go into coffee culture in
a small way. The circular is accompanied ;
with the following " prospectus for the for
mation of a coffee plantation in South Kona, j
The proposed lite it located in the D'utrict of
South Koua. Hawaii, at a distance from the sea
coast of aOoalfoor 1.4) mtlea. and is of easy access
by road from the beach, off which at a quarter or i
a mile there is a-ood anchorage.
Tuc land Kes on a gentle incline, at sn elevation '
of from 3000 to 3000 feet above the sea ; the soil is j
formed from tbt decomposition of lava rock and ;
ashes, and vegetable matter, is light sad easily '
worked, and is now covered by a growth of fern,
era aod vibes, with scattered koa, ohis, opiku i
and other trees.
It is proposed to form a Company with a capital '
of $25,000, to be allotted in tKcntj tife shares uf
tl.000 rack. Tue owner ol the hud aiugtve four !
hundred (400) acres, which shall be valued at $15
per acre, and snail entitle bim to six (6) tbArcs, and
he shall he retarded a hating fully paiJ up (or the
said six shares.
Tbe management shall be in the bands of a Board
ot Directors, to be elected br tbe Shareholders.
As many thousands of yonng plants, of sufficient
sise lor transplantation, can now be bought at a low
figure ia tbe district, it will be unnecessary to form
say nursery, and a considerable saving of time will
thus be made in starting tbe enterprise
It is calculated that Ike ex pauses uf the first three
years would be as follows, via:
jj7 uuutap $ oso
Pat afOrmaar fa tbrra rem atfloM prr aar.aai X.M
f? f teeatj men at SlkJ rack 10 aa)
Tub mail per S. S. Australia brings the
newstlwt the r attorn House authorities in San
Francisco have refused to allow washed
sugars to come in duty free under the treaty.
Tbe question came up on the importation of
3sd kegs of McKce's sugar, per bark R. 0.
Wylie, aud belonging to the California Sugar
Refinerv. Tho Collector claims that this
sugar is refined
that washing sugar is refining it. Tbe duty
of five cents a pound was demanded and paid
on this sugar under protest. Wc publish be
low a copy of the protest and appeal made by
the California Sugar Refinery, also of a state
ment signed by the principal commission
merchants and wholesale dealers in sugar of
San Francisco. Colonel Spreckels, the presi
dent of the Refinery, writes to his agents here,
Messrs. H. Hackfeld & Co., that he is in hopes
the Treasury department in Washington will
set aside the decision of the Custom House
officials, but if the latter should be sustained
he will bring the matter before the courts,
and there he is confident to win his cause.
The same class of sugar has for years been
sent frum here to San Francisco and Portland,
and is well known at these places as "Sand
wich Island Sugar," so designated in the
treaty. The fact that there is no sugar re
finery in these islands, and that all the sugar
shipped from here are made by the ordinary
process of manufacturing sugar from cane
juice, ought to decide this question, and wo
doubt not it will be decided in favor of the
manufacturers. Col. Sircckels has under
taken, .11 his own expense, to test this ques
tion, and our planters and all interested in
cane planting and sugar manufacture will be
benefitted should be win his suit.
iCorr or Psotest.
Sas Fkascisco, Cal., Nov. 2S, 1ST6.
Hon. Thus. B. Shano,
Collector of Customs. San Francisco, Cal.,
Sir, Wc do berebj protest agaiut the payment
of duties ciiargcd by you at the rate of 4 cents per
pound, aud in addition thereto 25 tier cent ot said
duties, amounting to the sum ol $'i.7U5, on HVSrJ
kegs sugar, Marked "James MeKee j sugar."
weighing net 55.353 pounds, imported t tbe Cali
fornia Suur Refinery, in the Hawaiian bark K. C.
Wylle from Honolulu in the kingdom of Hawaii,
Nov. 14. 1S76. and entered by u at tbil Custom
House, ktasf entry No. 6IS7, S'ov. 14. lSTti.
We claim that said sugar is entitled to be ad
mitied into all tbe porta of the L'uitrd States tree
of duty, a provided to in the schedule u article
1. of tbe Convcntiou between the Ciilted States
of America and His Majesty the King uf the Ha
waiian lI.itid ( commercial reciprocity), concluded
January 30, 1833, aud tbe Act of Congress to carry
into effrct said Couveution approved August 15,
1878. iatl proclamation of tbe President ot tbe
I kited Stale to enforce said treatr listed at VYab
Ington las 1Kb day of September. 1S75, becaute :
First. That said sugar is the growth, production
or manulacture ot the Hawaiian Islands, aud was
imported directly from said Islands.
Second. Tbat said sugar is unrefiued sugar,
meaning thereby the grades of sugar heretofore
commonly Imported from he Hawaiian Islands,
and now knowu in the markets ul San Francisco
aud Portland as "Sandwich Islands Sugar."
Third. Tbst said sugar is not tbe " refined loaf,
lump, crushed, powdered, or granulated sugar,"
tbe only refined sugar specially cinuncratcd in the
We, therefore, protest sgsinst tbe payment of
duty charged by yon. and we pay tbe amount ex
acted, not voluntarily, but because we are com
pelled to do so. in order to get possession of said
sugar, aud Ciaitn to have tbe whole amouut so
We are, very respectfully yours,
Cailloruia 8aamr Refinery,
C SpasoKxas, President.
C. A. M-Nulty, Attoruejr.
APPEAL or THE SAN FRISCIJCO SlTGAB REPIXERT
San Francisco, Cal., Nov. 28, ISTfi.
Sir, In behalf of tbe California Sugar Refinery
of Ibis city, 1 have the honor to present for the
consideration of tbe department, its appeal from the
decision of tbe Collector of Customs at this port,
assessing duty at the rate of 4 cents per pouud,
and in addition thereof 25 per cent, of said duty,
amounting to the tarn ot two thousand seven hun
dred and siity-five dollars exacted on 358 kegs ol
tu?te ""''I " McKee sugar, weighing j who (eel interest in this subject
r.t ..-k 'Vt!t 1 in eaaeei ...I 1.. I... 1 1. a. i. I
la. "J'.ic, from Hoiinlulu
Imwu-h, Li. Oct. 34, 1976.
To tU JTi-tror o (1 ixnVii Oama :
Si. We lfe rBtl with mucb int-rtft it. letter
which appAfd in yomr mpr99m f the 3M Augat
anJer the tug nature C. F. U." od the inhjeet uf
Fuel on PlaUatAtitiiai1,'' tod u fol proprieter of
ilcAti aai Sebeiu.xoi pa:ot fur bum tag TefaUble
fabitaae ia ttejin butler, to whuh jour MM
because it is washec.. and PoJ ixwiallT refer, we think a few wont on
tbt ubjec. may not U uniottradiac to jour reaUrr.
Tht ori(tn$vl iaveutioa wf ftril publiolv exhibitvti
at V.eon.. in UTa mud was cspeciaali adaptoJ sat
burniDf ?traw ia portable and fixed Heats cugine.
whish were iateaded ( r ae in Kui. llungarT,
Rumaaia and other cuntries where eoal U n t to
dipaous and wood is scare and ia eotae parti not to
TLcee enginee enabled thefarmer and imall manu
facturer to ne tteaia power (enerated from fuel
which coft them almost aothiuz;. and which wat al
warn at hand, and to such an exteot has this boon
beco appreciated that oe-irly 400 engiaes of dirfereat
txei hava beea manufactured un this patent tince
l-r." mad an ai-eraf savins; of froia 1 10 Od to
. Di Od per diem has been effected bjr their use.
Besides being aed f jt bdreingstraw, these furnace
have been successfully employed for bur-iing reeds,
maixe stalks, aod brush wood, and many engines
built on this patent are at work in Egypt, using no
thing but cotton stalks as fuel, producing a great
economy where coal is 1 per ton.
In all the patent furnacrs c.nslrac(ed to burn tbe
above named vegetable products the theoretical prin
ciple adopted has been to hold the matter to be burn
ed in aurcnsion in tbe furuance. allowing it to fl at
lightly over the burning ashes, thus permitting suffi
cient space tor tbe circulation of the air necessary
for tree e;mbun.on, at the same time the half-barn,
fuel is always stirred up and kept in motion by tbe
iujectioo of a thia layer of fresh fuel wbih is forced
continuously ioto the furuance by means uf tbe ap
paratus which is worked by the engine.
Wr fear to take up too much of your valuable
apace with a general de-cription uf the mechanical
arrangement of tbe apparatus, and have therefore
enclosed you a pamphiet describing the invention,
and containing accounts of various scieutido trials
and experiments which have taken place with it in
England and abroad, fruu which you can extract
whatever you think will Lo most interesting to juur
Our patent has been successfully tested with
cane trasb in Kgyot in the presence of his Highness
tbe Khedive by une uf our partners, and ue enclose
a drasriug uf a design for adaotiur the patent to the
furnaces uf tbe large boilers of the factories to His
In this apparatus tbe cane traih, which is first
partially dried in the sua. is placed in an inclined
iron truugb, one end of which is fixed to the frame
carrying tbe twj toothed rollers, which is attached to
the cast iron furoance front. The cane trash falls
by iu own gravity tu the rollers which deliver it t
the furnaace mouth and pass it on to an inclined
dead plate immediately under the furnanoe mouth.
This serves as a distribution for the fuel before it
reaches the grate bars, which are also inclined and
witb wider air spaces than for c al or wood. A ue
ch.nical priker acting on the whole grate at tbe
?amc tune is tnetimes employed for keeping the air
spaces free from silicious deposits.
When a gojd fire has been made up ia tbe grate a
thin stream of fre?h cane trab is continuously in
jected into tbe furnace by menus of tho rollers
which may cither be turned by hand or steam powar,
and the unc -hiuuied fuel gradually forces the half
burnt and burnt cane trasb towards the end of tbe
furnace where the greatest amount uf combustion
takes j j .
One great advantage of this apparatus is tbat in
stead of throwing the fuel on to the top of the fire,
as has hitherto been tho custom, ia which case all
vegetable substances act as a sort of damper, our
patent arrangement forces tho fresh cane .rash into
tbe centre uf the coldest part of the burning mass,
thus supplying tho fire with fuel without cheeking
the evolution of the gases produced by combustion in
the middle and and of tbe furnance, at the same time
the whole mass is kept iu a state of slight and con
tinual motiun which is as necessary to tbe proper
combustion of vegetable substances as tbe jerking
movement of a farmer's pitchfork is to the proper
preparation i a manure neap.
We hope you will pardon tbe length of our letter
and if any of yiur readers would like further in
formation upon the eombustion of vegetable sub
stances and cano trasb aod will send as drawings of
their boilers we shall be happy to adapt our inven
tion to their special requirements.
RassoMEs, Sims k Head.
We would add tbat we Inve r.-ceived In connec
tion with tbe above litter a number of catalogues,
and also plans in which tbe appaialua ia fully Illus
trated, all of we shall be happy to exhibit to anv
ft. M. 8. A vstkali. Orr Hoi -i nr.
lata Uesssjoaber. S7t.
Wm. Camill. KQ..
Comaader of U , M . S. Aastrali :
Daia Sin. Toar aoblo vessel, tbe Australia, fast
approaches Ilonohala, and in two tours heneo wo
will all bo near our respective homos.
We cannot leave your vessel without extretsing to
yon our sincere regards for the invariable k.ndaess
and attention which we have received from yon dar
ing the voyage frum San Francisco to Honolulu.
The accommodation on board the Australia ta
saporb, which, combined with a good liberal table
and attendance, is a great inducement for passengers
Neither can wo omit to remark of the excellent
discipline which prevails on board aad the eloanUness
of the ship ia every o arimeut. We with yua and
your o fleers a speedy voyage aad every success, and
beg lo subscribe ourt-olvee,
Iear sir, yours faithfully,
Mrs. J. B. Atbertuo. Mr. aod Sirs. J. P. Cooke,
R. W. Myers, E. P. Taylor. J. .M . Whitaey aad wife,
Mr. and Mrs. B. II. Austin. K. P. Adams, J. W.
Pfluger, Mrs. J. Makee, Miss Makes. Ueo. P. fc-uell,
II. 0. Cook, 0. C. Sloseer aad wife, A. J. Bryan,
Miss Gower, Mrs. Smith, Mr. Bradley and wife, and
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023 For Sale at DR. HOFFMANN'S DRUG STORE.
FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER.
Tho A 1 BlttUh .hip
SIU tons rrflstrr,
fur par-titulars, apply Ui
s-:t r. T. lkxkiian a r.,
Expiring in Dec. 1876.
S ET A I L .
ii-. Irom Mono d . Id Ihe kn ,!. :n r,f
Hawaii, BMC 14, IBiii, and cntrrid at Ibis Custom
House by slid California Sugar Kvuuer, as per
eulrj So. 61ST, Xor 14, 187B.
I claim ibat said sugar is entitled to be admitted
into ail tbe purls of Ibe United Stales free of duty,
as provided for iu tbe scuedule lo article 1. under
tbe Conreutiou betaeen tbe United Status of Am
erica and His Majesty tbe Kins of Ibe Hawaliao
Islands (commercial reciprocity), concluded Jano
arT 30, 1575, and tbe Act of Congress to carry into
effect said Convention approved Anirust 15, 18io,
and tbe proclamation of tbe President ol tbe Cuiied
States to enforce said treaty dated at tbe City of
Washington the 9tb day of Sept., 1876, because:
First. Tbat said sugar is tbe growtb, production
or manufacture of tbe Hawaiian Islands, aud was
imported directly from said islands.
Second. Tbst said sogsr is unrefined sugar,
meaning thereby tbe grades of sugars beretolorc
couitnouly imported Irnltt Ihe Hawaiian Islands,
tnd now known in Ibe markets of Sail Francisco
tnd Portland as "Sandwich Island Sugar."
1 bird. I bat said sugar is not tbe " refined loaf,
lump, crushed, powdered or granulated sugars,"
the only refined sugar specially enumerated in tbe
Tbe term refined sugars, ts used in tbe law, bas
been dedned by tbe Supreme Court of tbe United
States, In tbe case or Barlow claimant of S3 bds.
sugar appellants ts, the United Stales, to be ex
clusively limited to such as have assumed at some
time tbe lorm of " white refined, loaf or lump
sugars." See article 754 Treasury Registration,
1873. In reference to Ihe classification of sub
stances and the terms used iu the tariff, Andrews
on tbe Revenue Law at page 181, paragraph 188,
says: It may be asserted as a general principle,
tbat tariff laws are to be construed tccoiding to the
commercial meaning of the trrmt used in tbem,
(Lee vs. Lincoln, 1st Story, 810), and at page 183,
paragraph 169, he says The duty laws Is
to raise revenue, and for (bis purpose lo class sub
stances according to tbe general usage and known
denominations of trade, "whether s particular
aaaasaa were uesignaiea oy one name or another in
tbe country of its origin, or whether it were a sim
ple or mixed substance, was of no Importance in
tbe view of Ibe legislature. It applied its
intention to tbe description of articles as tbey de
rive tbeir appellations in our own markets, in our
domestic st well u our foreign traffic, (9ih Wbca
ton, 437, 438.
Tnat tariff laws are to be construed according to
Itur-ninc of the llrooU Ij n Theatre
gan the work of removal, aad ap to 1 1 o'clock 65
bodies bad been recovered, and what anneared to b.
tbe commercial meaning of Ibe terms used in tbem. ! twenty mora bodies were seen in tbe batement into
Kiw York, December 5. Tha Brooklyn Theatre
was burned this evening, tbe fire originating during
j the performance of the " Two Orphaui." Tbe panic
was terriblr, sod a number were injured, acd pro
bably tome killed. Dirtar's rciUuiant, adjoining,
was totally deitroyed, and tha Poit Office was slight- I
ly uamagca. ine tbeatre was owned by kingiley,
Keeney, and ethers, and was rented by Shook A
Talnier, of tha Union Square Theatre, Naw York.
Tha lois is aboat elaO.OOO.
The fire ia the Brooklyn Theatre last night was at
tended by an appalling lots of life, and it ii thought
that not lest than 100 ptrton, were killed in the rush
to the exit, or burned to death, being unable to el
cape. Tbe fire broke out during the performance of
tb. last cene nt the Two Orphans, iu which Aliu
liaston, wno plays tbe part or tbe heroine, lies on a
UV..-UUU. nour. an nr. mioutel more tno illienco
would bare been dismissed, and there would hare
been nothing more serious to record than the dei
troclion of tha properly. The home was about two
thirdi foil, and thole below were lilting well forward
towards the stage. For those in the family circle,
dress circle tnd galleries there was no way of escape
except by Washington itreet. The panio itrickea
people ni'hed pell mell toward and down the stair
ways. The main exit became immediately choked
up. and a seene of terror, confusion aod distress
ensued which beggars description. Jast above Ihe
Unding-plaee of the stairway a woman, in the crush,
had ber fcot pushed between the banisters, tnd fell.
The eroad behind, forced forward by the terrified
people Hill further bebied, fall over her and pilled
on top of each other four aod fire deep. Tbe police
from tbe italion-bouie, next door, were promptly at
the scene, but owing to tbe manner in which tbe
people were piled upon top of each other and mailed
together, tbey could extricate comparatively few,
and these were til bruised, bleeding tnd maimed.
Tbe firemen got to work on the ruiol, and ihortlv
after dayligbt this morning they sueceaded in gett
ing as far as the wall of tbe dress circle when they
found a great number or bodies, and immeliateiy be
LIVERPOOL and LONDON and GLOBE
Assets. - - - $26,740,105,70
The Clipper Bark
BALDEN 11 ESS Fa!
M)H.s. n su it.
Is shortly fp---t. ! from !VrUa,itt. autl
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Port.
SlPBKwr.iniHrur rm: Htwinii i..
LA .1 im. ta aieaala I its naaa. af laaaa, i ia .
of lloo.-I.iu. aaataaa. ali.au. uasasaf aaawa af a
tun for mluiiutatretlua. arfor. Mr Jaatlra JaaS.
On mating aad ruins tn arttttaa af fl.na Wjrtra. a
creditor ot JatBatt "lialas aaal aat ! I n ,.f
dar ot Jaauarr, A. 0. IKS Aral araxtaa I
111. or-lrr.-u id. I rv-KHDAY, lto la Aar JA.1T T
A. Bv atVB. W and rarHrr a asa-taaS (ar aatStSt aaa
p-iltkm aain ia. ..al Juatlcv. a. aaeiaart Baaaa af i!aa
t otirl. at llMMiluIa, at abaa taa aaa pi n att ana.
.oiii-rrnrd saay Mt'ar and vaew .., a aa. laar ka...
wo, autl (miiuuii tauiuii t,
orttrr rn. (otuiusl In la Ha
for thre . anawia wu la ta Ka
tlasrlte nra.H.pr. In HunuJala.
bated al UuiMdalu, II. I.. Dee IM. A. t iTa
A. IHA.1. La Jl nn,
Attral : iaaae af ta aas-a-a caan.
J.o. a. aaaa aaa, inn.
n THE m I'Kim: hi Rr
In lb inaiu-r i.r ih .taie af tw
For Freight or
soli. km a ItJ.
ril : A 1 HAWAIIAN BAKK
R. C. WYLIE !
II. WOl.TKItS Vlnater.
Shortly due from San Kranclaco, w Ul bare
Quick Dispatch for the above Fort
For Freight and Passage, apply to
il ,iACKFKt. .
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The Flue Barkeullue
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above Port
For Freishtaud Passage, apply to
(XI H. HACKFELD At CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co'i San Francisco,
Australia and New Zealand Line-
AVt; i.sr im isiii:i m.im v n
IIONtlLl'LC, r-r the Hawaiian I.in.l.. ami til.
undiTslcn,! arp prepared to write risks against
FIRE ON BUILDINGS, iHERCUlNISE AND
On favorable terms. EMtttM promptly mljawtetl
aud paynble lit re
6:0-6m BISHOP tt Co.
Tin: sii.i:mui srEinsiiir
FINE BRITISH IRON SHIP
Due early here in January,
FOR SALE TO ARRIVE zealandia,
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SIN FRANCISCO
On or about Jan. 2nd.
Tilt SPLLXDID il l. VUSIIll-
CITY of NEW YORK
CA VAULT. Caamaailrr,
Will Leave llsnolula lor
Kandavu, Fiji, and Sydney, N.S.W.
Connecdns at Kandaru with (Vimpanv'a tarir tor
AUCKLAND, at Z., 1MK r I'll ALMKIts, anil Inlertnrdiate
On or about the I Oth of Jan.
For Freight and Pauairr, and rurtberlBfortnaim,appl7
tt SSI) U. HACKFELD .t (11.. Agenta.
Pacific Mall Steamship Co's San Francitco,
Australia and New Zealand Line.
stata aval sa I aaa
a tar raaraa il
,.,,.. ai:h .a ai a a
iMror Mr. ju.uv itana. i icier r ha-vaf aa
Oo rraJIng and S Inc th ftaal I
and K. -treai
K. II. Hod, d.ciaad. ah. re,., A .
"im -,.. a, .aa rre.ni tn.
a.k tbat U.e am. he lprut.l IS
Ul lru and i.rdrrvd to dUvr urwv la rea,aiatag rw
per7 m lite iwruna :i,Tr.u tuu;J. mnler wat will
It a ordered tbel rilt'lMKAV lav ink aai -IjA.ll A
It v A. li. 1SI7. as te orirt aa, Mar in. a
ta t'oart lt..o . la HaaalaM. a lb. laa aad aaaa aa
hearing aHl arroaats and petition Waa aB eaaaawaat
roar appear and aauw Baaaa SBf liay aaa. taa
ante should not hp approved.
Honolulu H. B lratv Mh . IS7S
1 1 i !l titltj.
Jjto. B. Hav,rd. llul.
tail ntimi mm ar
TT LUiida. labs Ipnl Teraa. A. I. tre.
kal. UhrUnl for .tlyor. e ta, L. C. Yuaaa.
In th anov enUtlrd hl r.
thai a de.-re ut dlv.rr froat
rnlered in fkvor of the atd ka
dewrtlon ..r th okl L t To
after the eipiraUnu of aA I
derre upon n.niptaa,' altk ta
utUcleiil ,-aua ohail appear I. HM
And tb Libelant la ordered a, i
of tka onlrr In lb Hawaiian laata aad
luccraavr weraa, ike Bra puralcataa aa be
aaaaa mm sss .it .,r tna ..rdr. tu
toJr;eaaal. Aw Ik .aaaa al
tSBS ir-.n, ,be taa -a
trw lkrat aaaaa
abtak aa altaaa aaw
baa lav aa
..;:.io I .
t ree skould not be I
Watraa B. Heal.
Ckrrb iiiing.1 .
nereny rertirv that tb. n,rrg,.lne ta ua aad
rope ol ta ongtnal darr In Ik
now on Si In tbe.clerk'a anV. of
th Hawaiian laai L
Aa Witaea. m v tend and the al of tb
tbta - i ,t da of .NoTreoker. A. n. lsTe.
SIJHM CWrk of lit
akav -nkllad e.a
la -upreaar t.all af
artiKv i ir iiiinr or the thibb ji ai.
a. iMi.nmiiL 'ajinea, tlawaSL twsaa
im: sew aTTi.es of pkijtts.
and sdUUdccs classed according- to ibe known de- i which thrr bad been Drrcioitatcd bv lb. fallinr of
uuuimniuiii oi uior, are principles ol revenue law, tb. bnrnibf floors. At tbe police nation adjoining
too well established and familiar to the department the namei of St persons milling from their homes
toe Ida dor of Decsaorr. al l: o'ciocA
saaa. wat be salt kj aarrtnr, to tbr
i adder tb ratarartaT aaa at bosarahtia Ptalaa.
a. ae ata. aa. sc. aa. aa. rr
CB. ST7. ITS. ITt. ITS. 17a. ITS, l?J
OA IS. atf MS. MS. tat US.
aaaaat av aa aaaar brabre at WaavJki, i imalalia I T II
At ek aaaar aaa. eat aaaaa nrat a eaU th ku eaals-
as Bar laaasaar af tar Im rl Mr. Msaq OBts.
asat aaaa taar as aaaa attar aaar at tat tavaga (Mate.
BT, .. atauoKCA.
aTstlllll of Interior.
i un Oaaa. Sax. 14 ICS. tU
V- Tbe aa of tar .be aaaataaesl loa on EaU o
I . aVCTT aaTTH . aOtawer of tbe Uartor.
aataaar CaV Dar U. ttrt t
aaa aaaaaar ItaaaaJ aa. tkaaar aaaa aafltolit
BT. L. MOtBTOXXA,
1 I in i Case. Par. S. BCA tzi
tag aaaaaBB. tbe at aar ef ryaraarr, tsrj, at tweras
c-aatek aaaa. at A lma aaar. win keaakt at paaac
aacaae re Bar aaBaat aaater Bli taab tnal trart or parrj!
aaaaa at aar CBraf aaaaaaaa. Bai n a aa ibe - Emeu
TVar.' vt beans ap la Bare ,1) kMa. aad per
aBasaasaamae I gab H ar lar arraa af thesr astr areas
Baraaaaf aaaa arBaakaaBaaaai aaaaa rare rears treat
Bas absaw aaa. MMMy
At tbt end of the sccood year there would be t
'aa II vie Id, and at tbe cod of the third j ear ILe trees .
would ie t full crop.
The trees should be DUoted Bearlv ebrht (81 feet
tpart, aar TOO plants to the acre, tnd ahould yield a ! JV.'
retoni olOOO I be ot DierctaatableCoDVe per annua ff'.
this tl present prices (18 centt.per lb.) wouldfBe
aortfc 190 per tcre, or for t Plantation of 100 acre
Tbe expenses thereafter should not exceed per
annum, sa :
Forr?- men at fist rack..
Lcavirc t baltnce of B8.230 per annum, or a little
over S3 per cenL oc tbe paid op capital.
Tbe pUnttUoc might be extended lo 130 or 200
H. IT. GREEXWEU,
Care of H. Hacbtixs 4 Co.
. , BoBoIula
Hooolulu, December, 1ST6.
As Mr. Grecnwt 11 has hid long experienc
in tbe business his figures and calculations
mar be relied upon as perfectly trust
worthy. Indeed, his estimate of yield per
acre tre think is too low, aa two ponods of
coffee to tote tree is an average yield, while
three and foor pounds is by no means uncom
mon. We wish the enterprise erery s
Despatches reeetred here to-day. frect Gorvrn
o Caaabarlaia, dated st Bidaigbt, say he will be
laaarurated at aaaa U-day. aad thai ao troskl. is
Ukaly to oeear. Tat Beeataliaaa a aat in ako joiaed
tbt WailAst orfaaiiAtiac are ready tad willnar K re.
tern to th. Ho.se praraiad aver by Utekey at soon
at Cbtabarlaia is iaaagerated.
Hearty an the journals concede that Coaklin hat
fdia over to Ti.dec.
Tha Tribaae s Arhaay special says : Recent iadi
eatioaa from Deaoeratie rcsrcci show ahaost eonela
asaty thai ia the eool.it about te be waged ia Ua
CocfTtaiatar tbt Pretidtntitl taasattin, Tildas will
vwaavt vary stroDg aid froa the action of Conkiui.
to require farther reference to authorities on the
I be- leave to refer to Ihe departments rulings In
the somewhat similar cases of A Is op dt Co., March
30. I8T1, tppetl No. 9880; W. F. BatsWL Jltrch St,
1871, appeal 115: AIsod & Co.. Aisrch 21. IS71. in-
peal So. M66 ; and W. F. Russell, May L 1871. ap
peal 4. and sobaequenlly to tbe case of Panott i
Co. In which tbe department reaffirmed itt former
accisione, ts per letter lo Collector of Customs st
this port ol dtte Febratry 17, 1878.
1 herewith enclose certificate marked A. from a
ltrre number of respectable importers, merchants
tod sufsr broken of this city and ol Portland, tilt
ing that in tbeir opinion said tugar It " unrefined,
meaning the grades of sugar heretofore commonly
imported from the Hawaiian Itltnda, tnd now
knowo ia the mirkett of Stn Francitco tt.d Port
land at Sandwich Island Sugars."
The Coilectur Wiil transmit official aamnlea nf
said sugar for tbe information of tbe department.
I am, very rctpectfnlly,
yonr obedient servant,
C. A. McN'cltt,
Attorney for California Sugir Refiuery.
Endorsed: California Sugar Retloery, by C.
To Hon. L. M. Morrill, Secretary of toe Treasury,
Washiogton, D. OL
8tB Fbawctsco, Cal., Sot. 88, 1S78.
How. T. B. Sbaswoii,
Collector of Cattomt. Port of Stn Fran., CtL
Sib, We the undersigned importers, merchants,
and dealers in Sandwich Island! So gars, do hereby
certify that we Iutc Carcfally examined samples of
n Kegs sbebt, mtraetl dames McKee J tugar, im
ported by Ibe California Sugar Refinery at toe port,
ex Haw. bark: R. C. WrUe, from Honolulu, Not.
14. 1S7S, that ia oar opinion time togar it unre
fined, meaning thereby tbe grades of tugar hereto
fore commonly imported from tha Hawaiian Is
lands, and now known la tbe markets of Portland
and San Francisco as Sandwich Island Sagar.
1. C. Merrill ft Co., Haas Bros.. Eggert k Co.,
Abert Man dr. Co., Newton Brat, dc Co., W. H
StowelL, Wellman, Peck 4t Co.. W. W. Dodge dc
Co.. Thot. Jennings, Lobmtn, Cogbill dt Rountree,
Welch X Co , W. H. Severance. M. Ehrman dt Co.,
Krn-e dt Enter, Allen dc Lewis, Williams, Blanchard
dc Co.. 6. O. McMulliu dc Co., Taher, Barker dc
Co . K. IL Moos A Co., Tillman & Bcndel, Jones
4 Co. 7
bare bees regiittrad.
Contracts for Coal, ttc.
TEN' UK KS ARE IXYfTED FOR THE SIP
PLY to Her Britannic Majeatj's ships at the !and
wtch istanda of the undermentioned article, for on. year
from 1st. January 1877.
BEST sTKtat IOAIA. Welsh or North coontrvat
per ton of 2t lbs.
BKXT.SI.AKF.ni.IMCat per Imperial Rushes'.
Tender, in writing en be delivered ta Commander Stun,
uel Long of 11. M. abip fanlonie br Fri.lay the :stn. Inst.
Fail particaiars of the conditions of the propoaed con
tract may be obtained on application to the Paymaster of
H. at. it. fan to roe. Ia3-lt
Contracts for Provisions.
rf-ENDCR ARC IXVITFII FOR THE SI'I.
JL I"1. 1 In Her Britannic Majesty u p at tbe
Btoe Striped Denimi, Velvet Carpets A Rugs,
Hassoeki Pilot Clothing, Towels, Counterpanes
White Moleskins, Skirts. Grenadines,
Searref and Ties, Silk Umbrellas, Blaokttt,
Crimean, Oiford and Regatta Skirti,
Flannels, Tweeds, Ponchos,
SADDLES AND BRIDLES
Swill Mulls, Printed Lawn,
Waterproof Clo'hing, Victoria Lawat,
Book Muslim, Lace Curtains,
Bags, Bagging, Canvas,
Twine, Leather Belting, Paint, Oils, Pipai,
Wire Rope, Corrugated Roofing,
Blua Mottled Soap, Gtlvtaited tnd Tinware,
Fencing Wire, Hoop Iron, Holloware,
Charcoal Irons, 0-os', Cutlery, Bar Iron,
Let A Perrin'i Stuca.
JAMS AND JELLIES
For FrelfflU and PavtVMC. or any fiirt.ii-r information,
apply to ;M7 II. HACKFELD fc ( O., Afvata.
Til IVIES TABLE
A. D. IKt.
Kua k .
In Ibe above entitled Hhl for dlvarr II a
that a decree I llV'iree I
entered In favor of tn aiel .maha wl. of tha
the eipiraiion of .ii aanaaa1 rr.,m ta eaw af ika a.n.
upon eoinsnano w th Ine ten
eaiM ehall appear lo ta oHiirary.
aaa tn noeiianv a ..roe reel w aaanaa aa Will I r.v
oi tnw onar in in . aavaaaaaaag teat te od aa
.It ioi evolve aeeks Ilr.l 1
n month fn.m the ,ial of
Intereated. ma, within at r
.ieere .hotil.1 in i i
Dated at Wahuea ttda 1 1 tb daj of vaaarv. A. ta. Ran,
ur the t oort.
A true Mid correct copy of lu original order . nm.
Fh.s. w 1 1 aa
2nd Clerk, 3rd Jadkai tin-nit, Walaiee, UawaA. u it
rMB I'OI'BT or THF THIRD Jl Bl.
CIALCnrcnll. a'amiea. Hawaii. N.vearb tra
A. D. l;t, John Dell. Uhetoul far divorce, aa Bawat
In tbe abnv. .nlltled hbr: for drears. a aaa ardarad
thai a decree of divorce from th bond aff r - r nj s
entrd In favor of tn. oakl Jona Bell, af tier caaa. eraav
ful and utter deserting for tn Irraa of three rears, af ta
oald Kiwikll to b marie almoin! after th r" al
OU UIOOUll fr.,IU Ibe dike of UU d. tr- I
with tnc ternia th. r-,.r. I
to laa eanlrary.
And the liticliaiit I. ordered so
Kia,oa. aa )
aa lo Sa altkto ana
Tkal og r .a
r cacaa was aaafaa.
of IbH order in the llaa anan riaaeta and
...... ihe r.t puidt
month from Hie ,1 f tbn ocl-r
tereate.t may wlihln vis n
ere should not be made aanslnl.
Dated at Wahuea tola Ink day of .Tovtasaer
y i" nrt . i ee... ,a. I era.
A true copy of the orapual order an al Im mj aara.
K.. I - . . .n
on 'i eiera, oni judicial i ircult.
ARCH AST. t l
Monday, Dec 25, 5 B a HIlo
On Kotia trips tbe Steamer will to at far at
aich Islands, of tbe undermentioned articles for one year
irom lie January isti.
Biacoiu at per lb.
Bum at per Imperial gallon.
Hocar ol per lb.
Chocolate at per lb.
i , round coaee at per lb.
Tea at per tb.
Roll Pork al per Barrel of 200 Dos,
halt Beef at per Barrel of SCO Iba.
bprJt Peas it per lb.
rtoar at per Barrel of 200 rna.
Kurt at per lb.
Cor ran a and Raiarns at per In.
carnieal al per to.
Mustard ground al per lb.
Pepper black ground al per lb.
Viaegarat per gallon, t Imperial.)
Lime Juiee al per Bx
freak Beef at per lb. ") ,
Vegetable, at per lb, (mttat) ZlL?.
Soft Bread at per lb.
Tender, in writing tn be daBvual In Commander Same
el toong of H- af. S. Fanusrne by Frtd xy the 2atli. Inst. Foil
paruculars of tn eaarBvAsaaof tb prnpuaed Contract may
be obtained OB inafleafion to tbe Paymaster of H. M. 8.
V STI KDAY LAST. DECEMBER
On the road btwf-a Ua Ewb itfiui and Tai'tRka-
lui. a porttrr-iioo aad a HOrer Totaoco rxn. Tbe Aodtz
ot tbe above articles win be rwwOed by leavluc the mate
at Ml MBM,
A-t Boootala, December Mia, 1974.
Hennejfj'i, Martell'i and Robta's Braaly, in caik-i
aod eases ;
Fine Sherry, in quarter casks sod eases.
Genera, Whisker, Rom, Hock, Motelle, Alcohol, tie.
Blood Wolfe k Co's k Bas Pale Ale
Eduund'i Pig Brand Porter,
Bonchet'i Hapoleoa Cabinet Champagne,
Lalandt'l Bad Bar Claret, Liunvillt'i Whisk.
Boord'i Winei and Spirits,
Silicate Faint Co's Paints !
POWELL DUFFRYN'S STEAM COAL i
WESTON'S CENTRIFUGALS & ENGINES
And te ArriTe, JkOnie's llarifiers !
FOB MALE BT
THEO. H. DA VIES.
On all Windward Trips tbe .Steamer will leave ber wharf
at I ; all trips to Kauai, will leave at 4 r. at. On down
tripe toe Hleamer will not leave Kawathae before 10 a. a,
If akena aa per notice on op trip, Mvolaea Bay not before
7 a. a Any change from tbe above will be aelvertloed.
Be- &Ta I'redlt lar Paaaauja Mtury. -Ml
Ticket, at tbe aaVee only.
No l.erth will be considered aa taken until pol.l tt.i. Not
responvible for unmarked Baggage or any Freight or Par
ceil unleai receipted tbr.
Freight Kontj Dut on Demand.
mr An effort will b mad tn ha, ibe Hteamer ruth
Honolulu on the evening of taa ant day tbe leave, kfani
B.Ut ITEt, o. WILUEK, Agent.
Offic. with Wildat A Co.. corner of Porta Cloeen Mtreet.
tiltttiiT foiKTur the iitian Jim.
CI.IL Circuit. Walneea, Hrat Nvailav trev
A. It. int. Thomas Cleric, libelant tor divorce, ra.
In III- above entitled libel ar Irvorea. II a
thai a nacre ol dlvore I
enared la favor of ibe ! Tboaiaa ct.rk. of ta
of Ibe adultery of tbe v. 1.1 K.
tb. riplralluii of all month, from tb. oaU of Ika arm.
upon corapiaiK-r wim rne i
a .b .ll aop-'ar u. Ih r
And the luieiam bordered in pnnnehiai
of tha ortter in tn tloverom.! tlaett mm! Kt.
1I ucre.Mv week.. Ik- ami I
month from th dale of tha araat.
I aa Milled rr pr
M.l laaaa I
iter ut Xoeavtr ll'.'t
rty tn Bwaaa liavra aesna. ask
A true copy or the origin.- order aa at to ay .!
f lt-t( 2nd Clerk. 3rd taiBrtai ' Ir-at. a ala
FOR KOLOA & OTHER PORTS ON KAUAI
K A 31 A I L Xi: !
Will have regular diopatch for Kauai, a, .hove, until
farther notice, sr Frelgnt and Passengers takea al the
BO LLCS A CO., A genu.
P. 8 This veaaet haa Jnal been thoronghly repaired
newl-ycoppered. and pnl In In perfect order. t3
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
jrtefL C. Brewer dt Co. -Agents
fa the t i hi I I r im kt oi TBI
at joitbcat oaaata.
a'aknea Ha. an
IS7C C. K. a. pal. libelant for dlvorea
la th above entlUed IU,U for dlvave. a te
thai a deer ol dlvorc fn.m the bond of
entered to favor of th mat C. K aaaa
of the adultery nt lb mM Harriet
made ataornte after the ev pi ration af art
lOlloiw-e n.ih Ih. lerto.
. af Ob aaaaa
aaal. la a
nv.mh. af taa
..ir.o. ., .
II Idas and
yarorahle arranresients c.n alwavi ba
made for storage aad sbipffl.Dt or OIL Bene. Word
other MerhaodUa to New Bedford. Buaton, X. w Tot k .ad
,ther Eastern Forts. AaT Caih Advance. Bad.
' ' -1 y C. ItBWIB A CO.
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO !
iOat C. Brewer At Co. -Agents
Waaaa Mereaaadloe recived Slorige Free ..d
liberal cash advances mads on iblpa.nti by thi. Ua.
Wl-ly C BBK H'ER A CO.
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL!
And Ihe irbell.r t u ordered to
Of tha order te ta Hawuan luaeur aod K
uccemive aeeaa. the lira pui; tlai I. ba
from th .tew of Ihu -rd-r Thai til r n 11 av
vubln as mncta. aaaar aaaaa aar anal -
t I mod obaolut
By lb Conn. rniara ncra. rkvt
A true copy of the origlruol aaaat aa am in my i
ln.1 Clerk. Vrd Jo.HcuU Clrculu Vi
VX THE SI PHKHK 401 BT mW
M. WAIIA.T I.Iandi. or the Octuaer Term. A t.
Ah Nee, Ubeilant. v. It..... M taiBss. Us
divorce. Tburaday Ih 1Mb day of Ocutar. I7A
In tbe lvr . otiti-l nbi for divorr. alar a Pall
ing of ta lnlnioy by the coirt. U la order. I
of divorce from th l-.n.ls of maulmoay b
mtm of Ik mid Ah ., aar th caaa of VI
af th. mhl Bbka, lo h. marl, abaolni. aflr It
of as months from tbe date of ika decree.
pllunce with tbe irn, thereat, en lee.
pear to the contrary.
And th Ubelteot u ordered lo raihuak aa
of tha order in lb H.a.li iioaew an. K
paper.. Cur U ierd neeka.
e,,l e.oo .p.
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Itata o.i aaatk from ta. 4.M of laa aravr. thai all ar-
toa-reao .1 may -.thin a moavw. An am why
HE PBOPKICTOft HAY1HG OBTAIVED
Btrw WMN tau
Will tpart no paiat to aaha It
Pint-Clan In Every Particular !
CMateat by ta. am alt. tw ta. arcommodntioa of gamta.
0mrrig4 and Haddh Horn, at tkart asnri. Mt
By the Court. Jaa Z. Baaiiaa. rknrB.
1 hereby certify that tb- foregoing ta a trae aad faaaaal
copy of US ordinal decra. kt tka above i.wtad aaaaa
now on fll la lb clerfc'v orn of th .-uprem Caast af
lb. Hawaaan lolanda
At WUaem my haad tkal jsaa day af faiaJer. A. a
ItTt. (AMI) taa. X. B.iv.ts. cvrk.
pr.BMjm w un mi, to e.wta taie m rum
Cultivation of Coffee,
Can obtain IAfrmarJoa by asrplaralhm N
a. a. i.ki)
tn-ll Heura, U. uacafeld a ta.
Swiss Lloyd Marine Insurance Co.
r wi v r k icr i ii it.
rltJII CIDIBIIUIBO ar. tCTBOBIIID
On Cargo, Freight and Treaura
Catuters. by gpti ial P-rl.aUav !
On th m.
W. O. 1BWI9 A CO
AfaaU hr iba Havana, laraada,