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PARIS PLOWS, PARIS PLOWS, PARIS PLOWS !
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V And to Arrive by the Bark Coringa, from Boston.
& XVTV AllE IMlEI'AKEn TO TUT TIIKS1". PLOWS, SO WELL AND l'AVOILVHLY
: T knewo u the bes t urealinc up Plow for Cane Land ever used in thii country,
S At Lower Rates tlian Ever before Sold.
V . Extra Beams, Handles, Points and Sides also to urrive per Coringa.
ALSO. ON HAND
rut Eti x. ;o id j i riswf ,
, oj 1 XI and XO Cast Steel Hone Tlowf ,
., Xe. SO and 40 Cast Stee Molina llm Tit
Pari Plows K. 5, a superior Plow for one or two
r pjtnutlM Hoes Xo. 1 and 5. 9-16 and 5-S neck,
" Pick and Ale Mattocks, Pick Axes,
0 uenirnugai nire naies, iz
Leather Beltiar;, 3, 4, Sand IS inch.
"A Snperior Assortment of Machine Bolts and Gold Punched Nuts
JU Bolts frort J to j in.-wire iy 10 iaeb lon.
jutl Best quality Cut 'aill,
ef 3d Tine, 3d Cut l GOd Cct Spikes,
51? 'Wronc.hl Sails. 5 to 4 ineb, prt..rd.
Bi Hoop iron. 1 and J.
B li Rivets, 3 anil 4 lb iej. Copper lUrets and Bars,
Si "Wrenches 6t SI inch, A. fi.Coe'iaake,
AT . , Hers Shoes, X. 1 and 3, fore and hind,
A SUPERIOR STOOK OF FILES,
xiV D ff
- AmosVeac Denim, Ticks, Brills,
I iliekory Stripe, A CitMa,
To ttrrl e tlic Bifcoi cry.
1' 3T!.Two rirsfcClass Pianos-which will be Sold at Bargains,
IT 14 It Sewing JIacliiues
a "Wheeler & Wilson,
" "Wilcox &Gibbs.
K Warranted Equal to
Hurry ! Hurry! Hurry!
3XTOi ,SOc503E2.T ISTJFZJESEST!
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IN A FEW DAYS
OUR ?IRST CONSIGNMENT
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TVnOL.lL. 2333 CILOJ5EX OXJT.
P. S. BV GOODS
GREEN. MACFARLANE& CO.
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The FollowiDo; Articles:
A fnU assonaest of
Best Bar Iron,
In lots to sanore&asen.
SliceEent Coal, f ar rots tn the bts aS
satvs T per cent is expense oT X ct.
OootlnOtoTefi. to bora coaI. at low rkUA.
Baneis FonlaaA Osnat. wJB be soM low to !
ckee asslicEtseass. Also, a few tnecsi&C lre Sricks,
areata aatstinare. i
Teactce wire, ic vtc. ic
TxvcBsmlncCSMLcif cooalcaHir, for rCantadoacse,
at a low xr? tite qnantar.
w ir Araese, ib d kus at esc cava, xne yeasty war.
A SUGAR MILL, ROLLERS 20 BY 36 IN.,
WiSi piar ocap3. irji bv Messrs. Tx A.
4U3h tSfacor. Afuisssanacatcif
BRAKDIES.IN WOOD AND BOTTLE
ASHyn. Scob aad lrUn bisXles.
WISES l.B CUAaPACi'ES
iCuKiisa BaJ Ale and rocstr, Jtai"
I and otber -brands.
200 M Good China Bricks.
nn3t Zftcplros. Vaad Inches.
Sar9Snooa.aarsed aeais,c., AcJtc
Ola GKIXX, XAffaCUXE & Co.
rXDEESIGXKD BEGS TO XOTIFT
taepeopleor Eaiaa and TVr.ay tbat be is prepared
u caoctue r
ELAKS AND ESTIMATES :
wle&Sar to bs&,sa teals prepared to tit
coBtrmjq for ksr tSmj of bcBlx or
Cart &. Carriage Work.
IfiMber 1 all Kiiifk
2wj Sisft, A o2f, Poicf OZ.dc
AS of wnjrbwSbeaoad at lowest mes. Lazier
atasrof tbetsaai3,rOEiXo9oa to i"aea at lowt
rases. Xo c&acce Iw plass, cc w itrs Xa &ose ps.
W- JL. WE1C HT.
Colored Corals and Sheik
-T HATE KOrT OX KAIX THE AEXXCE
W tl site fla u2 3kl3 Snri, :
heocrht txvax 3Pgfineria3a theynnaMg sstar," she t
rtwofeact. aad those trio wish 10 ascsre the best wSI !
please afeSf ttSr.
As the abort Tessa! wiJ ptaiuhJr sot !
cr these ecus lot sascitiiawifbe efface at
AND TO ARRIVE.
Grubblnc; n. Can Knives but c,ulitj.
Arae Shovel and Spades,
Heed's and lhtr makes of Spades and Shovels also
Hoe. Spade. Axe, Aiiie, Pick and Sledfe handles,
RaVes, Trash Forks. Bash Sevihe.
Aies, Cane Haubett, Centrifugal Brushes,
! r o x r;n
aim in mu.i uy o icci. hug
I Galvanised Cloth, assorted mesh,
Pawner's and Pratt's Kerosene Oil,
Terpentine. Varoih, Boiled and Raw Oil.
Ox Yokes, Ox Bows, 1J, and 3 incb.
A foil assortment of Aujer Bits' best quality.
Bit braces. Socket, Firmer and Framing Chisel,
to 3 inch.
BaHders' Materials, Locks, Butt,!Screvn, '
PadtocVs, Uamuers, Lei els, ic.
ROCXB. SQUARE, TAPER, FLAT
all stzei from 0 to IS xhcu
I Finest. Fine 'and Medium Bleached Cottons.
Finest. Fine and Medium While All Wool Flannel,
By CASTLE & COOKE.
at Seduced Kates.
350 00. ...Old Price, 75 00
850 00.-.. Old Price, 62 50
the Best in the Market. Jn
ON TOE B0AD.
THE THfiLBERG PIANO.
THE want iiaslosc bn f'lt of a sd csfol
to meet this want tbe TtLk&erg riaao Is
lnu this market and tbe purooaire of t&e rcbSc is
coo&tentlT Qa:e. Taese are nVe o( a cationa
Full Seven Octave Solid Iron Frame.
O TCBNTBO G Bass CarreJ irc Eosad Front Owners,
serpantlne itwddins and IXnble Texwred
13UCS comouied with CIXARSESS and
UICUari2! of TONE. llEAUTr of Cnisaand of
Most Celebrated Make !
FrRCItJLSEKS tsar therefore orjr these
wtUt conndexace as each fe fmlr warranted- Aa
tnese iastrcaLezits wd be csed 1 spools and
COQTents. stecial Indcceinesits wo. be riren ta teniivn
far sacb peruses and also to CSencnnen for ta cs of
It zzmj be ast;ed sow St is TKK&e ts a GOOD
ctarjred. Tla.iswer plain. Tberje aw no lone oow
icis to Veep cjv do Faad 3csac HaTs to maintain and
Co tie PnsBc at Xosaen pnees. Tie
3Iosses of tie Taiucrc Tizzo are
A Piano or erv FhaUy
"With Xargt teles, and
CHEAP FOR GASH I
' 'Gainst Dear on Credit v
l it li spiiJ points of aStlatase of 3 ISSTKr.
MEVT JtllE .SEAJXK D M ATI3UA1, .SO C D
Worzaanp. Ccuforsi c.aaatr. FssK. slch&tss
froca H. St VIUT.0ET,
jLest of tie T2ubexs Fiasos sr tne Hawaan Xalands.
X.. Fartiea res&2 00 any of tbc other Islands caa
Siir Ftjongraphs of tese trsTanects fsmUhed ea
IITA.VE ULTEI.X EECEXVED A JTXE AS.
S0BI3ESTofOra;Framt.aniJao ilccliino far
fraslscpkssrcs. Tner rarj l02a ose loch to three or
f oar fcxbea la wteh. aad those wahc pSctsres frased
can hare them due la any atjle resided.
E Fraea frors cents each aad cpwxrd.
Oral Frazaes fncs 24 cents each cpwazd.
Sjcare GBt Frases from fLO each and rpward,
Sjai Eiact Waist tract LC) each aad rpwan!,
aSs. Cores, eti. also on hand, eqxaSr .r.
H. 3L WHTPKEY.
rtrrnEss. ass eesidexts or noo.
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ooreaSrtcTfced to attend PabEefrorshs at FOKTST
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Seaa are proriied for a3
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A TOTE SETT OF TOTS "WORK. 10 TOE-
jagjecejred aad far sate
AX IXDKrKXDEST JOUUXAL,
DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PROGRESS.
rUllUSIlUI) AXD EDITKD BY
HENRY M. WHITNEY.
WDXlLSDAr. APUIL IS, IS7T.
Ii.".lou:irlc Tor Jllcroncxia.
two sriucriKj.i rrorLK .trroixTKD by tiik
AMKiUCAN BOARD TO GO TO TUK
Tlie prudential commitee (sajs n SprinsSeU
paper) of the Amencan toanl has appointed
I)r. hdmnnd M. Pcaje anil Mi Hatlie A.
Storterant of this ciy. the former as missionary
pliyiciac ami llio latter as aisi?tant missionary,
to join the MicroncsUn mission llic coming sum
rner. Tliey will sail from Honolulu iu the missionary
bri? Morning Stir on iho 1st oi Jaly,
anil will start on tbeir way to Ilonolula as foon
as the necessary arrangements can ! maile. one
of the preliminaries heme, a3 their friemls an
well aware, a cbanzQ or name on the part of
Miss Stnrtevant. The board congratulates it-1
sell upoc this accession of strength to the
mission, and in thai congratulation the
frieaJs of the appointees most heartily join,
slthnnMi thpir fliritatinn! firlhi. Iinanl nnil its
work ato mingled with hrp personal regrets
lor themselres. Hat if the msionarv wo'rk is
worth carrying on at all it is worth making sacrifices
for, and the new missionary laborers will
have a hearty speeding on their way to their
distant island home in the Pacific from their immediate
friends and from the whole Christian
public of Springfield as well.
Dr. Pease has been a practicing physician in
this city since ISC9, and it is a little singular
that his appointment now as missionary physician
is an extra carrying oat of the plan under
which his collegiate and professional studies
nere pursued, but which was laid aside after
craduatioo by the force ol circumstanrvr beyond
his control. He is a native of Granby. and is a
graduate of Amherst College, and Union theological
seminary, Xew York, and also of one of
the New York medical colleges, bis theological
and medical studies being pursued, as has been
mentioned, with the explicit purpose of fitting
himself for just the work to which he is now appointed.
After leaving college he spent iome
months as tutor at Amherst, and as teacher cf a
boys' school at Baltimore. In 1SE1 he went to
the war as assistant surgeon of the Sixteenth
Connecticut volunteers, and lie served in' tbat
capacity, as surgeon or the Xinth United States
colored troops, in the hospital at Frederick,
Md., and on staff doty until his discharge at the
close ol 1SGC He is the first missionary physician
appointed for Micronesia, and one department
of his woik will be the trainins and preparation
of native physiriaos for the various
islands 10 that vicinity. Miss Sturtevant' is
pleasantly known to every frequenter to the city
library, where she has been since September.
1&74, and where she has rendered enthusiastic
and helpful service alike 10 the library and to iu
patrons. She will be very much missed by those
with whom she has been associated in'library
service and by the library using public She is
a native of Westport, X. Y-, near Piatt sbursr,
and is a graduate of Xorlh Graarille, X. Yl,
seminary. She came to Springfield, cowerer.
from Dordenlown, X.J.. where her laiaiiy now
resioe. a-or some time oelore coming liere she
.ehW .Jr'- representative of the .Mercury has recently
will ti ?' Sp?al rf fi place or Mr. W.U. Rogers, at Los
I'fi'ili.',0: os. and while there made such personal in-
been established the
nad oeen engaged in
department of labor
in school, which has on
island to which she goes, and holding refoions
meetings end conjersauoss with the native
The llieronestaa 'mission embraces ' three
groups of islands in the Pacific ocean, which aro
known as the Marshall and Gilbert
groups. Missionaries are now resident en one
island in each of these groups, Ponape in the
Caroline, Ebon in the Marshal, and Apaiane 10
the Gilbert islands, and it is at Ebon that"ocr
Springfield friends -are to make their home.
Ebon is a small island of coral formation, with a
lagoon in the centre and a channel leading to
the sea. The island U fire miles lone-, and ht a
population of about .00. bat, as has been inn- -
retted, the work is by no means confined to thai
island, but includes the whole group. The
situation of Ebon is 6000 miles south-west of
San Francisco, the Sandwich islands being the
half-way station between San Francisco aad
Micronesia, It is about four degrees north of
the equator and about 170 degrees of loostitcde I
east of Greenwich. The temperature" holds I
pretty steadily at about S5 degrees, and very '
rarely above 90. The natural products are
breed fruit, bananas, cocoanats, and fis. The '
language is simple, and easy of acquisition, and .
Dr. dark, the senior secretary ol the coard.
describes it as one of the easiest to master It U
the whole range of tbe board's operation, Ve
-Micronesian mission was started in 1E52, the 1
nrsl missionaries who went there being Revs.
Lather GoKck. B. G. Snow, and A. A. Stnrges,
ith their wives. Mr. Snow located atEboa.
In 1S71 Mr. and Mrs. J. F. W'hitnev went to
Y. TLcfnebipeUnf between MTK
cev and Miss bturterant and ih ..
which tbev have maintained. havH now !ps ',
Xhii second reinforcement. Mr. Snow was some '
months ago obliged to give op his work tern- I
porarily. it least, on amount oT a para yUc ,
shock, tind he and his' oife are now W their '
way from San Francisco io their Maine horn" '
The remoteness and isolation rf MiS i
makes ital! the more heroicand
to volunteer for service there, -n ir a.
communication they have with the ontside'worid 7. W7r uT CDD:!d,ere9 tbem '00 cl0if Ior
is Ihe yearly callsofthe missionarv bn ?JW i " fq"pl"S? of tbe trees have
ing Star, which starts from Honolulu and earn I demon.lxlel lfc truth of their theory, that on
mads and supplies to the various Pacific S T f ! ProPn,e3 ' ,hef,0,'T,b'51h lhe
stations, a whole rear being consumed in the ! Hf "?? w,"Faw be,t Lf plledi S3J
outward' and return vovagl The idea or a ' f'X,ee? 'J affrt ?her Uee3 rton,U Ml '
yearly mail i, a novelty iiiDb of this latitude ! ? V" oar'e:us f ?: The
without fcouriv mads acdlhVtelegraph to -up! -V Vbe " . 'y should he
them, bat the dweSers "at Ebon will i tatto a week during the dry season,
not have their attention distracted l" Dte.i l" "2 "re
d" f Itehaihood of these trees Mr.
by presidectial counts and cabinet
exssions. Steamers leave San Francisco", how- "l- V? "F '? Pf1 ","JUr
ever, ence a month, and oftentimes letter. eTr ! - f v6 w
be tent from Hcnolnlu j' tradicg vessels icMead l?-I' V e. tbermoele,r ha,?D ??Det '?
28- fiotrope his Xront bad leaves
waiting for the Mornmg S'laPs annual trip- , in yard iu
a fact which ML Slnrtevant wLhes herfriS ' ??n,P,ele,J' frt?ea 3' wh,Ie0? .hls 'cmon L,tree3'
esTdaBT to Wossoras partly out werexot injured, small
.remember and be hr- 1
Dr. Pease and iliss Stcrtevant are member or I D3 a 5 ' cd nP I Ie.m0Da
the First Charcb. "De " svS" ,fce ,es3V
where tteT have each taken i
riminait arJ rThi. DOSiuonin ZTlt Tbe greatest care in the culture of orange and
r uufiaauua iu 1
ana work. The former has long
had a large adult class, and the latter has for
ceariy two years rendered valcable and eSdent
SErvice in- the primary iJepirtnent. t "They rill
be vtry tacch misled from their accustomed
places there, and they w31 be followed to their
ce feid with tnoclr tender synpathy.
Komaxttic xaarriuge. ofa European
vromati a JIaorl.
The carriage cf European nea with Maori
women is so freqaent that the innoancement
cfsch an event would cot be likely to causa
much remark; but the marriage of an intelligent
Ecropean woman, possieased of no
ssall aacrant rf persosil attractions.. with t
Maori, is an event which does not often .occur,
and t.hich cocseqceally dersands frora cj such
exceptiocal notice sa would be given in Eoriind
to - raarriage ia high life." Such a naion
took pUee ia Aacklacd on March Sih. at tbe
Kegistrar's oSce. The happy bridegroom is
sydcey Taiwhanga. aged 43, 3 resident in
a settlement at the Bay of Jslaciis ; and
the bride is Sarah Moraa, a widow, agei 30
years of age. The bride is a comparatively new
colonist, bancg been only about six mouths in
Xew Zealand.' She Is. ue'Ieam, the mother of
Toor children by her Ers't "husband, 'wfio" 3ie5
daring the voyage, to Xetr ZesUnd. bat what
her occspsuoa. has been since her arrival ia
Auckland, we have beeo enable to teara farther
than it has been
respectable. She is s. woman
of appearancs. codest in her
manner, end intelligent to s degree. The bridegroom.
Sydney Taiwfcacra, is" somewhat of a
personage. He gives lis occrpatisa asthitcT
- Earvey," aad caa well lay some title to the
rjrofesaon, for he was one of the cucber or
cadet who. in the early history of ihe province,
found eaployaeot ia the Surrey Depzrtoent'as
x cadet. Here he acquired a good knowledge d
theEogSih lacgazge, 23 we3 as of Ewopeaa
cstos. He hasxo: fono.ed this profession
to any great extent, bnt bis abilities as an interpreter
been recognized, anil ha has
rendered himself useful, not only to the
Uoveryicsat, Lnt to iodividcals requiring his
services, ilo is, at present, a eort or political
agent, employed -sa occasion is fonod for his
services, bat in his own right ha is said to be a
man of considerable properly in land. His
ostensible mission to Auckland on this occasion
was lo interview the Hun. Dr. I'ollen in
reference to certain uutivo claims in the district
in which hn lesides. In this interview
he was accompanied by a number of other
natives ol Uie same district, but after receiving
his answer he contrived to get rid of his companions
by dipping them off while he remained
behind. Scarcely bad they departed when he
carried into execution his matrimonial views.
Sydney Taiw hanga, like other men of retlecliou,
Uss a hobby, and his hobby is by no means a
rough one. He entertaius an idea that the
present mode of education with respect to Maori
cbililren is a tallacy. and he proposes an improvement.
His idea Is, that if Maoris ure lo be
brooght np to the knowledge of the KnglUh
language and English literature, the mere fact of
their unending public schools where the English
Uuguage is taught is not fufficieut for the par-pose.
He proposes that Maori children should
be taken from their parents Into a school
provided by the Government, of course as
soon as possible, associated there with white
children only, and accustomed only to the English
language. If their tender age requires it.
their mothers- might be permitted to nurse and
suckle them at interrals, but their association
I wil11 J'30r' playmates man be interdicted. Dr.
! Johnson said that if a Scotchman was to be
taught the Kuglish correctly he must
be caugui young, raiwuanga wants to improve
on the great lexicographer, and catch the Maoris
while babes. It so happens that Taiwhanga has
bad a fair proportion of offspring of the native
race of his own seven, we understand and he
has besides Iwo European orphan children.
With this material he has started a school 00 his
favorite system, and avers tbat it has been more
effective than the education system which is
pursued in the common schools established by
the Government. In pursuing this experiment
Taiwhanga has incurred certain liabilities at
stores and other places, which he either is unable
or disinclined to meat, and 0110 ol his missions
to the Government was to induce the Hon.
Dr. Pollen, on bjhalf of the Government, to lake
over this liability. We are Sorry to say that Dr.
Pollen, who has never baen accused of being
a philanthropist, and who has no sympathy with
philanthropists, declined to liquidate these little
bills. The marriage of the happy couple was
witnessed in duo form by William Puatuata, a
Maon rangalira, residing in the Bay of Islands.
The bridegroom found bis troubles commenced
almost as soon us the marriage ceremony nas
performed. He, of course, nished to spend a
honeymoon with his bride, and for this purpose
sought lodgings, bat his first application for
accomodation lor himself and wife was met with
blank refusal. Taiwhaagn at leusth bethoccht
himself of his marriage certificate, liich had the
effect of '-open sesame " in the old story. It is
10 be hoped that this couple, who have now
been joined together, will, with their already
large family of thirteen children, enjov a happy
ana contented life, and that this instance of
miscegenation in Xew Zealand will prove beneficial
to both races. X Z. Ihrald.
Orange arid Lemon Culture.
Few people in this valley (says the San Jose
Mercury) have the least idea that oranges and
lemons can be grown here, and with success. A
resligattons and inquiries as to leave no doubt
that what be bas nnderlaken as an experiment
will not only prove a valuable investment, but
demonstrate tbat Santa Clara valley can produce
these semi-tropical fruits with equal the perfection
and certainly that can be done in the more
southern sections of the Stale. Four years ago
Mr. Kogers chanced to lie in Los Angeles, and
while there purchased two or three hundred of
two and three year old lemon and orange trees
for himself, and also some for Dr. Mc.Murtry, nt
Los Gatos. They set them out in February and
t ", 1 " f T l J - , l"Se
P ..e'la APnl JP. more "S'0nsly. on ac-
"luut 01 tue weatoer oeing warmer ana more
,-Ma rr tho;r ,,,, . ,,... ,..
in planting in that month is owing lo the fact
that the trees require a little more care by shading
for a week or so, to prevent the leaves from
falling oS before the roots have set. From experiments
which these gentlemen have made.
whose experience expensive in some cases
others may profit by, we learn the following in
relation to the planting of lemon and orange
trees, their care, yield, etc. :
Though they will grow upon any soil in this
Talley undoubtedly the best in the foot-hills in
one respect, on account of the climate being
.iT - , , - , , k ,
than otherwise, such as for instance the Willows
section. In their planting, no bam manure
should be used, as the heat of the same is rather
a feverish than natural warmth, and will invariably
kill the plants. Bone manure is good for
them : even common baces broken nn will aid
. the dirt m setting them oat. The trees
'?.' neveroe punteo deeper man tney
it ,S T r'ldWP en0,nh1Iso "at with
?e e"eei ,he ft"?1 '" 0B dQwa
The roou of the lemon trees are more
f1' J bey aso sbou Id never be set on
deer.llh!n Shf.I"s,lial pUcV H"""13 ",M
T1 .ST.,1 SU " Bo-en wd SIcMortr
P'" H'e'r first trees about twelve feet apart
lemon trees must be not to plant them in the
neighborhood of the eucalyptus, the Lombard
poplar; and other trees bf like vigorous growth,
for the latter will invariably thrive, while robbing
the former of the properties of the soil required
for even a tolerable existence.
The peculiar growth of these trees is such
that scarcely a more picturesque appearance in
shrubbery can be conceived than they afford.
Beiag planted at lhe best period, which, as
before said. U April, it will be two to. three.
yeara oetore tcsy begin bearing, tnnagn they
retain their foliage throughout the .season, and
are thus especially desirable for slxido trees, if
nothing more. Those teeo IDroagh
the Southern States can not fail to hare noticed
tha abundance of especially orarge tree npoa
the fiaest residence grounds, where they are
sosghteqoally wiihlhefcjha, magnolia, sad otters
of the diss for tbeir fruit and beautiful frajacce.
Three-fourths ol the blossoms will come oat
upon the trees in April and May, tboozh straggling
blossoms will continue coming all through
the sunuaer months, and in fact during the year
around. The Inut begins npenicg the following
Xovember, contiapiBg until March.
JDanng eteiy month of tha past year Mr.
Rogers has picked ripe lemons from off Lb trees.
A singular feature of the experience of the two
geatlemea to whom we refer, and which they
can not solve, is that while the lemon trees of
Mr. Kogers have been bearing fortro yean (one
small tree the pas; season having produced over
100 fine Iexoas), he has cot. cnttl the present
spnug, had even blossoms upon his orange trees,
while Dr McMcrtry has had abacdaace of oranges
aad no lemons. The present season both gentlemen
will raise each kind if present indications
are borne oat.
As to the time intervening between the
pfontrrgor the trees ana fruitage, it will
depend Eomeshat oon the age of the trees
when trarapsanted. Orange trees csaaDy bear in
eerea to cine years frara tha placUcg of the
teed, sad lecoa trees one aad a hilf to two
years sooner. Dr. McMurlry raised twenty '
oranges toe past year opon one tree, the seed ol
which he planted nine years ago. When transplanted
at say four) cars ol age, the lemon trees
will begin bearing in two or three years. Tbeir
yield in this valley can not yet be ascertained,
though no doubt exists of their immense profit
when once bearing. The famous Wollckill
ranch at Los Angeles, nets for the forty acres
under cultivation, SI, 000 per acre a year. It
would be difficult lo find anything that would
pay better. Prom inquuy we leant that a number
of oar people hive started, or nro contemplating
stalling, groves the coming spring, Cupt.
CIeaer, ol E?Tgreeu, being reported us intending
to set out 1,300 irees. Mr. ltogers has also
a grove of SCO, one, two and three years old,
growing from the seed and doing finely. Doth
of the Los Gutos gentlemen Into banuiia plants
doing well, and expect to raise a fewbunches tho
Wo have thus given it rambling account of
orange and lemon culture In the valley, to show
that our climate is finely adapted to their growth,
and that if our citizens or urchardists should interest
themselves in planting half-a-dozen or n
thousand of these trees on their premises, they
would prove not only a handsome shade tree,
with a perfume equal to M Aruby the West,"
but so business investments exceedingly profitable,
and attended with little risk or cure.
AThrllUiijr; Scene Hriivcry
An exchange relates tho following incident,
which occurred durinir a general review of the
Anslrian Cavalry, some time ago: " Not far
from 30.000 cavalry were in line. A little child
a girl of not more than four years, standing
in the front row of spectators either from fright
or some other cause, rushed out into tho open
Geld just as the squadrun of hussars came sweeping
around Ironi the main body. They hud made
the detour for the purpose of saluting the Empress,
whose carriage was drawn up in that part
of the parade ground. Down came the flying
squadrou, charging at a mad galop dowa directly
upon the child. The mother was paralysed,
a3 were others, for there could be no rescue from
tho line ol spectators. The Empress uttered a
cry of horror. Tor the child's destruction seemed
inevitable and such terrible destruction the
trampling to death by a thousand iron hoofs.
Directly under the feet of tho horses was the
little one another instant must seal its doom
when a stalwart hussar who was in the front line
without slacking his speed or loosening his hold,
threw himself over by the side of bis horse's
neck, seized aud lifted the child, and placed it in
safety upon his saddle-bow ; and this he did
without changing his pare or breaking the correct
alignment of the squadron. Ten thousand
voices hailed with rapturous applauso the gallant
deed, and other thousands applauded when they
knew. Too women there were who could not
sob forth their gratitcde in broken Accents the
mother anil the Empress. And a proud aud
happy moment must it have been for the hussar
when tho Emperor, taking from his own brea.t
the Cross of the Order of Maria
Theresa, hung it upon the breast of his bravo
and gallant trooper.''
Tlic ltlno Glass Cure.
So far as can be ascertained only onn Detroit
family (says the Free Press) has yet taken advantage
of the wonderful curative properties of
General PleaMjnlonV blue glass discovery. Tho
idea look with them from the start, and, three or
four weeks ago, the blue glass commenced hammering
at tbeir ailment. The lady or the house,
who has for years been such un invalid that she
could not make over five calls in an afternoon,
was, in two weeks, so restored to health that she
was able to leave her home in tho morning and
remain away all day, leaving ber children to get
their meals among the neighbors, aud her bus-band
to lunch down town. Before she began
taking sun baths she whs melancholy and despondent,
and didn't care for fine things. Id one
week from the time the first blue lights were in
she planned a trip to Florida, run her husband
iu debt for a setoj cameo jewelry, set in pearls,
and had a hard crying" spell because she couldn't
have a new velvet dress. She was formerly so
wetk and languid that the could not shake
down the coil stove. On Tuesday morning alio
not only shook down the Move, but all the stovepipe,
and when her husband jumped out of doors
to call the neighbors he looked as if she had
shaken him around, too. Her appetite 1ms wonderfully
improved undT the strange cure, and
now she can eat almost anything which her husband
will come home and cook. For three long
years she was always complaining ol headache.
That complaint has now entirely vanished, and
she continually scolds about tho corns on her
toes, thus giving her husband a grateful change'.
One or the pleasantest eights on that street,
these sunny days, is lo see this lady behind the
blue panes, seated in a rocker, her nose close to
the pages of a novel, hair down, eyes half closed,
and the blue glass throwing a beautiful shade
over her old wrapper and broken-backed slippers.
DR. J. COLLIS BKOH'XE'S
IS THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENTIN .
Tun punr.ic; are cactioved jgai.ist
tbe unfounded statements freqneullj mai?, 'that the
cf CatoaonvsK Is known to Cbenmts and tba
Medical profeuiOE." Tbe CKt 1 CLIonjdjne vai discos ered
and iaTented lij Dr. J. COLLIs DHOWM: (ex .(rnij MeJieal
S laff.) and so named bim, and it has toiSed all attltnpts
at analysis by tha first ChemUts cf the dsj. Tlie itHltbo
and secret of the preparation bast, Merer been pnlrfthaL II
U obvious, therefore, that anything sold nnder the
sase Dr. J. COLLIs SltOW.Nt's CULORODYNE, is a .polices
CAUTION- Sir TC. P. WW stated that
Dr. Collis Browne was undoubtedly the ioientorcf Chloro-
RE11EDIAL USL3 AND ACTION".
This inralosble remedy quiet, refreshing; sleep,
relieves pain, calms the system, restores the deraosed
and stimulate healthy action of the secretions of tbe
body. "without creating any cf those vsplcaant revolts attending
tbe CM of opionu Old aad yoonc may take it at ail
hours and times when requisite. Thousands of persons testify
to iu marrelloas good effects and wonderful cures, while
medical men extol its rtrtnes most extensively, nsiaz: It ta
great quantities In tbe fallowing diseases: Cholera,
Dtarrhosa, Colhcs, Coottis, Asthma, Rheumatism,
Vf hooping Coufb, Cramp Ilysterla, Jtc
EXIHACTS rCOU MEDICAL OPINIONS.
The Rizbt liou. Cart Russell communicated to the Collejre
of PbjsicUns, abd J. T- Davenport, that he had received information
to tbe caVct that tbe ostt remedy cf any service
in Cholera was CHLOnODTXE S Land. Dec. 31, V41.
Dr. Lowe, .Medial .Missionary in reports (Dec. !s3)
that in nearly every ca.of Cholera in which Vr J. C0LLI3"
CIILORODT.VE was administered, the patient
Extract from Xtdital Ttmtt. Jan. 12, 1SS& "Chlorodyne
is prescribed ty KMt of orthodox medical practitIos.rs. Ot
coarse it would sot thus be stacutarly popular did it net
su?p!ya waat and Dtlaplsce.'"
Extract from tbe Genera! Board of Health, London, as to
Its eCcacy in Cholera So strongly are we convinced of the
immense valee of this remedy, that we cannot too forcibly
nrce tbe necessity cTadoptinx it In ail cases."
CAUTION. None genuine without the words "Dr. 3.
COLLI; IiUOIVNK" on tbe Government Elamp. Over
vbeloinf medical testimony accompanies each bottle.
Sole MaantuUrer J. T. UAVKXPOHT,
23. Great Eoiscllft. Dtjcmsbury, London.
SoU ia Bellies at Is. ljL. is. 4a. tVL
Azests In New Tccfe. t . II. Scmrrrrxix Jt Co . anti J. C
Iron Water Wheel for Sale.
MANUFACTURED IJT THE MetlSICS, IX
GLugow Tb wheel U la perfect order, and almoat
new ; Is 21 feet in diameter by 3 feet oa the face. There
are two spare sections or side plates f bucxets bttongiag
to It. For farther putlcsux. terms. &e , apply to
Dr. J. WIGHT, Kohala. nawaU,
ttf Or to J. T. WaTKBHOUsje, Uosclala.
FIXE OF VIEWS OF
A Hawaiian Sctncry. and Portraits cf Notable Hawaiian,
Inrlndintraa tbe Kln;s frun Kamehamtha t to Ills
3CaJesty may be found at the Bookstore of tbe
nodersigaed, aad win be sold &a reasonable terma.
M la If. JL WHirSET.
JEK LATE AltniVAlVS
Tie Earthly- Paradise, br WEHara Morris, 2
History of the ITnited States.
Tbe Teaeijer'a Bible, Sexible Undlat, wti raapa, too.
WarreVj Family- Physician.
Tonne ront4 Ces tennlal Socea.
SasM lJertnda.2 Tola, bound la ctotb:
Principles ci" tbe Borolntkxi, ,
HeaUb it Home, by Dr. ma,
Webattf Coontlbs Home CVraonary,
Tne Ma,o la the Moon and other People,
Jire Julea Vtrrae,
Tbe ifme Minister a novel. -
Setwi Caxx, by Dr. no.1a.Tds, -
Katberme. by Hooand, ,
plymowtb OoBedlon Hrns xzxd TQaes,
Great BatrVs cX tbe Btloah Jfary,
Tbe Great I&Mianxa.
Bay Palmer's Poetical Wort,
.Tne Spirit cf Praise, nrstnted.
For Bale by
-01 1 - v0P7y,nm A
C. BREWER & CO.
Offer for Sale le Arrive,
PER AMEBI0AN SHIP CORINGA
Due la March next, tha Largest and
Most Complfto Assortment,
ETtr Imported Into this Country, conslstlnir In part ot
Steam Cual. lied Oas: Casks forty KAllons each,
Cumberland C0, SO It. Extra Timbered Wtule rioatx.
mcli. Tar. lUwia, Tnrpntluc, Varolii, Unfnl Oil
Mineral IVInl. HIactc. lutty, llUtot
A CHOICE SELECTION OF GROCERIES
Xamely : Cum starch, Clami. Leuon syrup.
Grrvn IVas. rouiatu Ketchup. Macaerel, 11tted Msatsv
Lobslerv, sattiutc Sleat, (lertins,
Vinegar, urreH Cum, L C1M.UX HIWND ;
While Cube isusar, Mocc lurtl A Tumata coups,
Uarrels and I'awi salt. Family Putt, la barreU;
SjKnn GmtVts, JTtison's Jiicii'iii,
GoUl Xni Tooacco.
Ox rioins IS. 1 V. "d 2 Inches;
A Choice Assortment of FIRE WORKS
Consisting of P.ockets, Rcneolnsand lloman Candles,
An Invoice of Cut Nails. 3d to 10; Oars. Axe Handles.
Hoe Handle. Hand Ctt. light a-id heavy ;
Cultivators, Slue II UI llmvi,
Leather Keltlnir. six inches : Palrbank's sVales,
Hnnt'a Hatchets, axe and shingling-. AXI.S,
4d lUveH. Ital.liltt Metal. Hemp Twine,
Itnbber Packlnx, 1-18 inch ; Hemp Ilcalnc. Bolder,
3 ply Rubber Hose. H inch, forirardeii nse;
VIIAIlt VI, IltO.VN. Mule Collars.
Ilrass Vlrt!?levTS, Ontnfural Unlnc. Orlndstones.
Bunir4, lturh and Corn llrooros, Zluc Wash Hoards
Maynard .t Noye's Ink , Yellow Metal d: hheuthlnir
New Bedronl Conliee. 0 threads to I S In : Whale Uno
An Invoice of Itetlned Iron, assorted shies ; Norway
A. VEttY CHOICE SELECTION OF
Conslstins; or, rtnllln j Top office rvkj,
Dlack Walnut Wardrobes. Library Cases, Secretaries.
asu ana lilacs: walnut MUenoaru.
Asb and lllack Walnut WashsUnds
Ash and Black Walnut t'lIAJIIHUt SETS,
Ladies' DLick Walnut Desks,
Lalles' A Geutlemau'a Easy Jt Itocklog Choirs.
Foldlnir CUllrs. Folding Tables
Pointed Chamber Sets, imitation of chestnut and oak ;
Dlack Curled Hair, an asst. of Dinning A Office Chairs,
A Well Selected Lot of Dry Goods :
Consisting of. nrown llloached Cotton ASheetln;,
Colli U rercalcs. Cardinal Itobes, Hamilton Prints,
Tearl River anil Ha- Makers' Denims
Ticking Amoskeag Shirting, Brown Flannel,
Blue Drilling, Overall,, Deuiru Pants and Jumpers,
Pltld Milrts, Palm Leaf Hats Lawrence Duck,
Nov I to 10 10
Haven's ditto. Cotton Twine.
500 Cases Pratt's Kerosene Oil,
SCO Oases Downer's Kerosene OH. Block
Plonk, Nests Trunks, Oakum.
EASTERN KEG and BARREL SH00KS!
Hoop Iron, V, 'a, 1, IK Inch; CnustlcScla, Palm Oil,"
The Largest Assortment of Carriages
ever Imported In one vessel, consisting of:
1 Jampseut carryall, 3 Extension Top Cobrioles,
2 Canopy Top Ilastet Phaetons, 1 Callra Waon,
1 hpriug llrownell Wagon, 1 lVny Pbxton,
1 Kxpreas Wagon, 1 Park phaeton,
THREE OF TIIOSEJCSTLY
Celebrated Wood's Organs
An Asst. of Ready Made Clothing
from the house of Mesars. Isaac Fenno d; Co.
An Invoice of McMurray's Fresb
A full asst. of Kuowle's Patent Steam Pumps, Nos 2 to s
All of the Above Merchandise
CAS BEEN CABEFCLLT
SEL EGTED EXPRESSLY for 'his Jfarlet
Purchased for Cash, and will be sold at ' ery Low
Rates upon reasonable time or a LIB1 UAL
DISCOUNT for Cash
raWm C. llKEtVEl V CO.
GREEN, MACFARLANE & CO.
3?oar Salo to A rrivo !
TILE BAItK JLATTIE 1IACLEA T,
Now Duo from Portland, Oregon,
Cases Oregon Fresb Apples, 4
Bxs. LTerrings, Cases Lard, Cases Beef,
Cases Bread, Bags Oatmeal,
U M Feet Flooring, 49 il Shingles,
Barrels Oregon Flour,
Ilalf Barrels Colombia Iliver Salmon,
Sacks Bran, Sack3 "Wheat,
Kitts Salmon Bellies, Cases Salmon,
Cases Hams, Cases Dried Beef,
tc, &C., tfce.
7 Sm CREEX, MACTAKI.ASE A CO,
RECEIVED BY LATE ARRIVALS,
A LARGE SUPPLY OP
American aud English Books
OFFICE STATIONERr Ac, Ac, Ac.
Consisting of .
IAPPAPER,LEaAL CAP, LnTTEK ASB
I Note Paper,
Nesr S tries thin French Letter and Note Papers,
Earelopes or all Stvles,
Blank Books. Kemorandlsm Books,
Iocket Knives and gold pens.
Oral and Square Picture Frames,
SCRAP and POSTAGE STAMP ALBUMS,
Stereoscopes and Stertotcopt Vitus.
LeUlTCfps, Book: Slates,
Glass Metal and Leatber Tratellai InkStands
Choice TTood aad Pearl Ofljce Inkstands,
Fine Wallets, rurtst and Bas,
PAPIER HiCHE AND MOROCCO PORTFOLIOS!
Peart and Kfcn Card Duet,
Letter Copy Boats and ErnsbesCorfvbit: Paoer
rtrPrese.llatliematfcal Instruments: '
Oreea Fpectaeles. Pocket Compasses,
Cfctss it en. Dominoes. Cnboaaje Boards.
CbBdrta Alphabet Blocks.
Tortoise fbttt and aetts
Qnin and Wood TVmti picks. '
Fteel Perry's aad other makers.
Crystal and IHamoad rubber.
Ivory Paper Knrrea and Krawri,
Ink Extractzrs and pounce.
JUeroscopea. Wood and Kubber Balers. r
WRITIHG DESKS, FIME ASSORTMENT,
B3T All order, promptly filled, - (.
393 n- ar. wiilraET.
"A ' OP THE
INE BRITISH IX0K S HtFT
m. n m urn m
F IXE XEW KTTLCS OF rHIXTS.
Blue Striped Denims, Velvet Carrnta X Eigi.
Hassocks Tilot Towels. Cauatelfanas.
IVuita Moiestlnl, Skirt, flrrosdlaes,
Feorvet tn.l Tie. Silk Umbrsltas. BLukeU.
Crimean. Oxfonl and Regatta Shirts,
FlanneLs. TwecJi, Ponchos,
SADDLES AND BRIDLES
Swiss Mulls. Printed Lawn.
Waterproof Clothing, Victoria Lawns,
Book Muslim, Lara Curtains,
Bags, Bagging'. Canvas.
Twin. Leather Belting. Paint. Oils. Pipes.
Wire. Uopa. ComtjrateJ.Ttooog,
Blue. Mottled Soap, Galvanised and Tiawart,
Fencing Wire, Ilsep Iron, Hallawar,
Charcoal Irons. 0-os', CnUerj, Bar Iron,
Lea & renin's Sauce.
JAMS AND JELLIES
G- O S3 23. O 1 3.' &
Ilenntni'i, Martall'i aad Robin's BtanJv, la casks
and eases ;
Fine Sherry, In ouartcr casks and eas.
Genera, MThlikej, Rate, Hock, Moselle, Alenhol. A
Blood Wolfe & Co's & Bass I'aie Ale
EJmund'a Pig Brand Porter,
Bouchet's Napoleoa Cabinet Charapagoe,
Lalande'a Bed Bar Claret, DanvHU's Whisky,
Uoord's Vines and Ss!rit5,
Silicate Paint Co's Paints !
POWELL DUFFRYN'S STEAM COAL!
WESTON'S CENTRIFUGALS & ENGINES
And to Arrive, 31c0nle's Oariflm I
roa sale nr
THEO. H. DA"CTES
SUGAR MACHINERY, &C.
. furnish estimates tur Mirar Macedaery. Acl. 4tner
to be made at the HONOLULU IRON WOlltH. or ta Wr
Importrtl from OL.VMIOW bvaTeaaei to lvv. taat tsrt
about July or Ausust near, or br another renel to leas
in February. U7S.
Tlxojr TTrtvo on OCtxxxtzX,
For Sale ONE SUGAR MILL AND GEAR,
Tvaeuty by Tlilrlyalz.
ALSO. ONK OR TWO blZBS OT
Second -.Hand Susrar Mills!
Gear and Power, which may b dc4Tred In & few
ALso. FOR SALE TO ARRIVE !
:E2 s 3sl l a. ax Is. !
From Glasgow. 33ue in Jane Sest,
O.SOO Gallon Clarlflors.
Tor I'nlns Ctitriroxsa Jlachlue.
aiao. ox iiA.vn axis rem jjee,
China BuadlnK Bricks, Portland Cement. Feoeto Winy
Hoop Iron, Best Assorted iUr Iroa, East India Bias,
China Matting;, Jtc, Ac
IFXtcA will le Sold vi iuantitla to Stdt,
at the Zoieest Jfarhtt Ratts.
S. B. ThoM Planters vrho are toatfaipUthsciassMsr
to the nnderslsned.
K UIIEEX, 3IACJ"ABUlr. Jk. CO.
Knowlcs' Patent Sieaa Pumps
C. BREWER &, CO.,
Sole Agents for Hawaiian lalanda
I Syroa fcom Soeton
ABOVE CELEBRATED PUMPS, FROM HO. 2 TC E.
A XP "1BE BCAnY TO KECEITE tlBOER..
- Sr.Vr ot ,I"' F?ml " lnirnaBJ ba iVtrwarit!
OTerTaaortrnwfSaarr " " " -
- J if - , ;
noiLEU feed ruxps.
DtSTIEXEKT PJf PJi, .
ItJiup for Hot or Colli Ifliter, Salt VTaler
Price and other luformauou irVrai by
01 Sm C, BltETVKlI A CO Areata
A. We PEIRCB & CO.
Offer for Sale
WHALE BOATS AND BOAT STOCK.
Lime and Cement,
By Steaaer frea Saii Fraaclsco,
Potatoes, Onicns, &c.
- - Urents for
Srand'i Bomb lancet. ' '
Perry DarIs, Palniiner.