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rtr tun iataataaifkteret Henry an Ellen
Treairar afe 1 taenia and 1 day
Beat Root Csdtlnxioxt auad ilajtnlactnre.
Seuc bow seriously the mannfictcre of beetroot
has ejected the cane aacar industry, the
foUuoiec aeoosat of the indostry aHl be read by
fir Tranters with Icteresfc Jhe beet-root is
from seed. It is piaated la February and
March, and matures in aboot eij;ht xaoaths,
to the season. EeiccareryeiliaastiTe
erop.it can ooJy be la three T&ars oa
tbe same soil. Before the be: leaves the field the
toes and bottoms of the root are cat oS.it is then of
eoovqved br caaal, boat, or railway, aadatacanl
tbe factory: and as wiater approaches
at is covered vrsth earth to preveat destroetioa bv
trsst. Tba tld labor is done to the exteat of BO
per cent br aromea, whose pav is V crata per day
of twelve boors, with food, ewesstice ot .potatoes,
mlTt. aadlireail; the remaiaiCK 0 per cent of
labor dooe by in en whose pay is It cents per
day If no food a provided the wacea are doubled
tbe -women 1! cents, the men Seeats per
The average weicht of rood beet prodnced per
acre is Or to 13 ton, coataiaia); aboat 10 to IS
iw cent of crvstsnisiMe sagar as against IS to
l per cent in sarar caaeX The snear from bett,
eaerpt in a reaed state, is sot t for cm, it is so
rank aadxmplecsaat in flavor.
5, f r trilfi to its enltivatiaa. Jvow with
recast to jaaauf actcre. The raot rcccat and im-
nnarArt tfttiA riiffcaian rvocesS. The root IS first
elevated and thrown iato a troairn, where St is
oarefnlW washed by aid of a wooden wheel with
anas attached, driven by steam, which keeps
tbe root overt it is then acam farther elevated
to a receiver where terolvrcs faiives cat it into
thin shreds. In'JdssUK It raises tsto lie
kniccpntht arcalariroa vessels, of which
there are ten, and rebeaters between each for
Eteam so as to keep theyoice at any
reorured. Of these tea Teasels eijrht are
lwar5 fall, one beias Railed and the tenth
'fba rcfasa from diifasers, as emptied, passes
tain a receptacle from which it is elevaltd, pressed,
dried, and at times, fed lo cattle as food at 50c
per too- bat when food is plentiful thi refase is
Tbe later couunIrom the diSascrs is forced xtp
into the defecators, or clariaera which are circular
copper jaettted, and a density of Sf B.
Ills here very heavily charred with lime, and
wtHct darifira passes iato square leceivtng tanks,
wbere carbomc aod cas is twine aprtred
a3dilasortrmo. From this, it passes throash
charcoal, or else patent filters ' Oscar Pavraa's
new ratea! filter is corains into favor, ' then from
aHer presses iato the triple eSect, thence to vaecom
xtut and ceatnf oals iavtrdtoary coarse.
Tbe beet, before catenas factory. Is earef ally
wvtehed in presence of an excise ofacer. Tbon an
MictMti helonerc? tothecGtablishaeat,
takes ascertaiashy chemical analysis
"bv rrtcrn, If theJaaaafacture trw beea properly
Tbey do not calculate returns per
acre, but m per ton of beet eatertat: the factory.
Toe wad or refuse from the different vessels is
aloooitantiy tested tin tact, the chemist
to tbe factorv in ptei rutins: loss. His
vark'o.iosistsof nitty to etKnty analyses dariai:
Ibedai and to thts way every care and provtsata
acainst Joss darinj: different stages of
xaannfacrare. . . ..
The employment of a chemist is well w jtthv ins
atteattoa A oar planters. Few of our planters or
mill toeo are practical workinj: chemists and U it
ran a bett factory to keep a chemist it shoala pay
oar eacar manuf actorm bcre. Seeias how hara
the chemistis worked la Germaay.it is
tial this important branch sboeld have a person
Fpectally detailed lor tU
&:. of Irvee (sats the SyVoey -Br)'
" aSMt bimelf to introduce what may reaed
teiecratts sbcttband. A home paper remarks
that ia the present system of tbe
to send it, the average letter
and the average word of five
by means of lastnrajeat like a rano
anytxciinnylarignagea fastss it caa be
is said lobe eapableof seding 10,000 words per
boor- its action Is to telegrapi
Ibcpfe ne csoand to 00c izoor 1 to every langcage by
1 e a s tat Hgns. ax d not the letters, as it J tbe
Thewrwra rrratcbe these sounds la
fc .tt , an texegraps th emy press sing oosm r?
icys. At lb station tbey are
a. ahort borizemt I lm es on a r ovir ; strip
ofnapcr. Micaela's telj raptt Is at new de-
back bciafi tatt It - rocge -
than the orcxryzTster.
Ii rnafas toe's water to read "
aBCBt to ?. a f "T
pf it 93 Ai E,
Sbtrb are at prcwat nS Ibo ttitiartoo
Urlbe JMS. the "Orrhan' rclnratJ lo tbe
turd of hi? idoptkm.
OsUrafosrUitSBcVni be f ootid stTrral dpciv
tncsci srvciaj nrcereau x
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Airs, lim 11. LlltlfilMrfnads a a try ilirUl In.
rrortojert dance tb ireaA
Tbe shh" iTrimor. aaiiai froSc here on the If th
ballast (or Uaaalnro 11. G, .
Th; tar- Catoirbo taiteJ frosi San Fmuci'oo
Una port on tbe lllhin,,li
The .IbtaMBifl brtfarll m rir f reirrhl list from l
x ranrncs fst in t. . &. coiuwin.
The iCinx, acnes panted bj his Dpot j QtamlMir.
lam, iras promt at U
A fATr atat a barat cpon ILfal. last vrefc.
Dent J ram tall, 'nUi Usaderaod U;atniE.
Air. T. MtT rttorced by tbe jCw looafas;
Trmch tmprofed by bis abut sit J fbe.Ooaat.
l"tciite panlo over tbsTall, on UielTlh iatant, on
ntazntd to ton la a. decidedlj dictjf oendsttan.
Tlrrnucr. the artist iilmsilr tnsaed to pcttb;
fici shins tooclm npoo a TnrturBilf tbe Falk
The Bntiab tatt JXtcm arrindaa&t&
Xarelil3Ui, SO daja paasase Jxom this port.
The lUrraiiaB Kooosez VnUr ailnl
rot FacinKIaUs3I Ao the lSlli
Insl. j '- - - rf
The Kev. G. II. StmeanpmcsedstSu Andrea-.'
pro. Cathedral oa roadj ereal&s. Ilts style is
cotloqcial and brfjAt.
The &ctnbara on tbe eiesa lamrH are fast fad
ice from Te-a- TriaMtnlsteroIdnteriorneKieets,
f orjrilf, his mm ordinances.
Ooraal MeKialey hat a larca mail in vraiuss lor
lher.S.S.x7rffara: The wssells dailv ft-ed
in psrt cere from U Sosth.
The I 11. S. S. C.rjr oA'nr rJL, wiU be Jae
here, xroct SanTraactsco, oa the -Sih isjt. She
rtnca a rot of Chinese rewsrnRers;
The Deputy alirthal ubSaia a
rroord as an optcm raider on tbeieTencrx of the
Sad irst, bot be A f
The boa boa party Saatick Kiakjlast be
eTentaz -a-as veil attended and at decided 'foccees,
Iarce nttmber of ladies bnrc present.
A rote of thanEs ahonld hare been propLned
last tveains to lt:rfesaor WaTland. Oalsiders
ocald not interfere, bat vkert vras the Contmttlee?
of a postal Money Order system
Hoar; Kou and Honolafa. to r) into effect
IVtstnustcrGeanral is,jirrinirins for
paciicauoa, etnu o: all tue liaaiun postace
atsmps extant. QatteanoTelprrent to foreipt
ilaySSrduthe day set for the Croat ?
mile renninc race at Kapiolani ijzsk belvccn
T" liitnl Fillj
- 3r to
Tberainof the and iSrd iast. saelled the
streams sutaeieatlj to the. roar of
taioin laus to be heard in loam on the eveninc of
Tbe prize, caps, three In ncntber, offered by the
director" of the H. Y. B. C to Tictors in the raoM at
the SStb, are now on exhibition in a window of
II. Oat & Go's store.
2drs. Geo. ASood, the wife of tbe absconding:
crrar merchant, was left in very straitened
An old Ithwmim has so tar relieved
lady's pccaniary wants. -
Tbe San Francisco Dramatic Coapiny is ad.
vertised to arrive in this city on the Sth iast. J. K.
'Wisemaa. the local dramatic aceat, will manape
preliminartes for tbe first appearaaee.
Tbe coats are doins; mach damage to tbe trees
PcnchbowL Khy is it that these posts arc not
removed. It Is perfectly they arc
allowed to destroy ia the manner they do.
Mr. Harry Dimond has entered a dipper yacht,
tbe races on lbs 'Sth, and in answer lo questions
recanting the name of his craft bo bothers
friends by svyins: "You'll Find Out,"
Tba late inclement weather has put the "Holler
Coaster" in a state of quietude. The period of
tYigins storms baviaj; passed, better weather
may cow be looked for by intending patrons
BuIWinzu at in town at preheat,
outlook for good times beiiifl so Oobious that
smallcapitalistscoasideradollariin hand is better
than two, in prospective, m the Treasury n
Mr. Arondel passed through oa tbe Acstralum
tteamcr last Sunday. Mr. Arundel tras en route
New Zealand ,wberealie a ill meet his yacht.
Mr". Arcndel and family remain in Califoraia.
The doughnut party at the Yosemite skating
rink. Queen street, oa'the evening of the Sfth iast.
was a great saccees. The large audience preseat
seemed to thoroughly appreciate lhe"occas:oa.
Doctor Brodie, Y. S:, bas resigaed his position get
under the Board of Health, that body or
isler of Interior exacting duties which
coatempalted ween the ooeor accemea;iae
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The Mataal Telephone Oorupiay is nrogressiag
the work of connecting subscribers with the a
main otace, tbe major portion being now in com , for
mucieatioa with the atlrer loagned" operator at
Tbe beallh of Mr. Henry Cornwell, of Yalkapu.
Maui, is reported as be;ng very poor at present and
likely to asurue a more serious aspect. Tbe
maay tneads of the old geatlemaa will greatly regret
Tb coadition of the sidewalks ta many prtl of
the town daring the late rain was most disgraceful,
and could not bat cause strangers S3 well" as
Iwmuuitajr to hava very poor opinion of the energy
or ability of the Koad iapemsor. it
Tbe branchea overnaariag the ft ace surround
iagthe grosads leased by Hoa. J. M.Eapesa.
sitaated oa Jtuaana street, are tuGaeaiv can
geroas to passers by. A public man should have
some regard for the welfare o the public
Members of tbe gentler sex who hare perfected
themelvea ia roller skatiag will have an
to compete for prints offered by Mr. S all. the
manager of the Tosemite riak, at that place of
amusement, on tbe erenicg of the 17th iast, by
Special services are to be held at
next week. The Kev. G. R Biaieoa wfll
coadact thera, aadjuiembersof all decominatioas' to
are lanred to attena. ine hoars at
will be preached daily are 11 a.m. acd 7 p.tc
The 233 iast. was the anaiversary ff the birth
the Emperor ot Germany, and prcrer rEoogni to
tion was made of tbe occasion by the display of
flags from the many Consular flagstaff s ia taecity.
and a show of beating by two German vessels in
The lighthouse for Barber'a FcinUs at
in position in the Customs storehoase, where it
has been for the last three years. Yet tbe Government
Is occasionally praised for enterprf serf of
great pith and raorrent,' bafwith this regard its
repaiatioa is smirched by inaction.
Hoaolala seem to be becoraiag a sort of refuge
for def aalters, embezzlers, qaaeks, f ortaae tellers
and other lianas, tsomeoi tnai u receive
in high places. The Attorney General, as
bead of the police, should warn his officers ot the
presence of this andesirable element.
The nro connected with the oomia:
H. Y. R C. races contained the iaf ormation that
Saia laces TOOJaOUHiJ. unmcauaj, Mik
was an error; also that the books for entries would
be oped' not later man l p. m. oa ine
was a3 an error ia grammar.
George Wood, tobacconist. skirpeA off to
by the last steamer. He had been doing a
little business outside his regular trade and his
ventures were George has left
mourners to tbe tune of tH.ttU. ate basaiso leit
siek wife which is far more dusgrao: fat. I
W hat is the raatter with the new tea? f She seem
In ho allowed lo remain idle at the wharf, instead
of towing oat the larger vessels which the Trie is
enable to do in rough weather. Perhaps she was
purchased only to tow vessels off the reef, when
caforrsnatUy they may cappea to get ashore.
The steamer iiir'ar, shortly after leaviag port
tor Kahnlai, Monday evening last, discovered a
portion ot her machine ry in a disabled ooadhioc,
aad Captain Lorenzen returned to port.
rerlra wtre made, aad the
Mtiu win sail to-day It exiaesday i for Kahula
The I. JL S. S. amtrd ia port here.
on tto ailenxwn o to J mst, cnagtng mau
and newa dates to the lUh. inst. One
and T5 Ch laese passearers were landed. The
Tel sailed at C r. m. same date for thq Soatb
taking as passengers tbe Emerson Minstrels,
Madame Cora aad a few outers. "-
The " Boll of Honor" of St, Hallf of
San Mateo, California, for tbe second month cf
the Easter term, ending March (th. shows the
names of two Islax idboj Prince Kaaan akoa is
ereStewith!sTJar3anarirlXJ in (lerortroect
ad second place ia his Arade. lcrdGiIliland
is credited with S3 ia grammar.
The dosing pert ortzuu ices of tbe Emerson M
s, given on the evening ot Friday and after-
t -,,.. nf SihrHir lha Blth and 711
inst. were well attended and the
sented rdidtboee who werepresaii, unmix
ma n taevre t anown d ness are a propn nw
of the a ow on the etos ig cvexi igs.
The Jananne Consul wished to call on Uts Ma-
jasty on tbe 17th ins-, bat came in contact with a
sen T at the Palace gatewho ran ae.
.v. ? :, . o: . i.;t .t. ..1.(4 IdlM .I.A .
lue X O T a t ut ci i w iimi,
and the able Imgui of Jbe
Finance was called in to avert
pcE k I ig ptf , waica tie ia ( sw &i ly.
Fine stock fetches high prices in England, Be
famous Hereford cow bas just given birth tna,
ball calf by the J--000 bell Lord Watoa. The
owner refused $130 for the calf at three days
our breeders might then begta to i4e dollar-
The racks of the Honolulu BiSes are cow being
Tied ep vri t recruits from representatives of the
"firtt fan lies' and off leers and men are rae tg
tnT for the Erst pabli?
sr. This parvde
events of (due notice will be given of
tee dale '. an wni ue a c . w o I
aedtn -it ry features t the org -a c . I
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Daring the Holy If eel, wul be given J
on aclay od wees oay ev i ga oa a: ui f ;
subjects, ta SL Andrew's Gnibedral: T SoaL
New Life. Service, Also,
oa Gad, TheFall. llaptisni,
Prayer, the Holy
In tteaiterpoous there wl be a course
of te c in g on the Divine Lt trgy in preparal on
forth laster .-A '
Of - -
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and also telcli
bu iaitiiicrcca R
petlag etewa f a th prixes offered bv the celebrating
race betvoiMi senior crews from tba
Uyrtle, and Iolani dabs, and jaaior
crewa and crewa from tbe
two first mentioscd Qnbs, and a vacht race.
Itt Fprte.br the hard rimes at Hilo, buildings
enotinoe to bo erected to eerro aa torcs(T). 14-jma:
shops, Teataorsnts, etc
The naaber of Kqcor shops at too are cow ia
lexgao with no Trcene. Why saddle ws with a
ItrravandiacreasB tbe number I
Tbeprisoaers of the Hilo jail, decorated the
wharf at nno on VTedaesday March Utb with
mane and ohia as welcome to the Governess who
was exneeiad to arrive at Hilooa the xnomiiu? of
Thursdaj. March JSth. Batehedidct pat in an
Mr. J. B. Athertan of tbe firm of Castle A Cooke
baa been at -Hilo during tbe week past eaamiaiag
the working of the new maceration process at
Waiakratia an eye toward introducing the same
into tbe mill of tbe Panaikoa Sarar Co. and others
trader their control.
The Iirtaraosc band cave one of tbrtr concerts
to Court llouse green at Hilo on Tuesday
tcmooTiAiarcaiiui. lcearst tone on toe
was the Hawaiian national air, the
of which with, every instrument apparently
tuned to a different kej was almost
to make old Kamehameha III groan ia his
The Woman Christian Tern iterance Fnkm
made its bow to the public Tcerday eretag in the
lecture delivered bv Fror. Francis Wayland in tbe
ballot the V..1LC. A. The little society under
whose auspiccss the lecture was given, was organized
daring Mrs. Leantt's visit here, and
of that vinU It is cot a secret
society like - Good Temnlar Lodes., cor i it
connected with or under tbe protection of any
cuarcn. tao its laterested m temperance may
oozae la. if they will, aad work here withoat reference
to their creed. Although the word
ia the name, expresses what is tbe ftiandatron
arone of this and muar societies.
Every lover ot tie little kingdom of Hawaii. may
congratulate himself that n . C T. Ut has been
formed here. The conditions nnder which it most
'work are somewhat drffereat from thoe ia America.
Xne ladies who are members ot this Society,
bate come ia cader a solemn pledge ot total
from, liquor as a beverage and as an ingredient
Sorely ltistimatheicfluence of womeasboald
gtven to temperance when so mach has been
within tbe past threeyears agaiast it here. There
arc anxious mothers in Honolulu who fear loss their
soas are forming a taste for strong drink. Temperance
is not popular cor fashionable, yet for tbe
sake of them, and out of their sympathy for other
aaxioas mothers, they should be witling to come
come out and let their laSaeace be for the growth
ofa temperance sentiment. There are wives whax
homes andhapniness are destroyed by intemperate
hasbaads. Let sach come and help bv their
presence aad efforts to save other homes. iet
those cooie who have no fear tor their own
and home. Nothing is nobler than onsel sh
service for others.
Hawaitans tire, perhaps, not more intemperate
than average commnaities, bat Honolulu aloae
carports at least eurht ltoaor aalosas. which tact
shows there is real temperance work to be done
cere, ana neeu ot Dravc.naseuisa, aevotcu workers
Professor Vajlandt Iectnre.
li etening a most iutererting lectura was delivered
by Frofesflor Wayland at the Y.M.C.A.
Hall. Xbe Frofueior was iatrodnced to the audience
bv Dr. Hvde and be rerv soon made himself
borne with bisaadience. His delivery was
easy, converationaLasberutitthe eventnewasa
fiMrenMrwoe one with oae person as speaker.
me xToiessor saetcaec lnaveryabie ana interesting
manner the duly life of the Haass of
Commons in England, giving in a few well
phrases, tbe most salient mints which
stnfce a stranger. Ht told bis aadieccc how en
trance coma oe maoetothe Moase, howfewof
those wbo bad tickets could react, what they desired.
He cnticud parliamentary eloquence and
ilid that, tiraach those who snoke had
cess of ntaaaer the flow ot laaguage, tbe tree
orator, was there represeated as rerhaps ia no
He then gave a sketch of the prerogatives of
tbe Hoae. showing that it was omaiootent m the
affairs of England, and that since 1707 no Xing or
Qusen had dared lo do aught but ratify the orders
which it issued, at lbs same time showing that
many old forms were still retained. Tbe pash of
monarchy with thereaktyof republic: the true
rrjmUir, tbe public welfare.
-he l&ct re c adnded with a comparison of
and Gladstone. Here the Frofeor very
refrained from spoakiug off-hand, aad
o nomnio s. These will be oubltsl led nhortlv.
gave a tribute to Disrael's genius, but his sym
pathies lay witc vxiaastone, inongn wo must say
that he tned to be fair. The two biographical
sketches were well done, and the audience had
real intellectual treat.
Englishmen here will especially value tie lecture
of last evening. The rem iks were those of a
cultivated man, trained a thinker, a ma n of the
world aad "an .American." lo them it is really
inures ticg to see how sach a man treats question,
the abstract, which to them are ntal.
,We will vt rare to say, that all rose from their
Fonts at the lectare thoroughly interested in 'what
had been said. The subject of coarse admits of
discassioa. but the manner in which it was put to-
cr ana ceiivcrca must receive unquaxu leu
Where t a Carrion is tbe doth
FrroaG 13 xe: ineo the rnvy Coaacil (by
vote of lCtoll; pi&d arcsolauon permitting
the Minister ot the Interior to grant licenses
sale of iatoxieaiing liquor a flood of the
refase of Honolala has deluged the districts,
where licenses may by graated. to view the land
and the prospects for lucxatioa trade. Unprind.
pled Hswaiiaa. Chin ese acd White trash have applied
tor licenses but as yet no one is known to
bare obtain ed a license. In no good
stand cocld be f onaed by aay of them. Too xaanv
charcbesand schools aboaad and as the stand
mast be oatside of GOO feet from either and as tbe
lands are mostly in the hands of a few parties who
wnoconot isa losee ram sold ihere,a itqaor
shop would have to have to be in the sandhills and
would cot pay.
It thB Govern meat coald be made more aapopa.
lar than it was, it has made itself so by this attempt
to raise reveaae by means of sellra gucens es
for sal sot rumiatho sugar raising districts. As
asaal the Minister of Foreign Affairs was at the
head of this project for raising reveaae. In fact
the id i ong lated with him as licenses bad not
been deraicded by tbe people although a few of
the lower classes may have applied for licenses to
carry on a tra de tbe infarioas effects of which was
no mrsas doabtf ab The Bun. I- Aholo spoke
both sides of tbe qeestioa and voted oa neither.
qucstioa so vital ought to have bad a definite
expression from him. Tbe me ibers of the Privy
Council who pleaded so earnestly with that body
bare the sale of liquor restricted to Honolulu
bare oar hearty tnav.
In A :erica and England the statcag of ballot
boxes to defeat the will of the people is a crii ae,
how mach more should it be con sideied a crime
11 op the Pnvy Council with a lot of pappets
aadbyth is means place tbe coaalrvia tbe hands
an autocrtt. ' Wan ax.
The "Honolala !" are to have a
His Majesty is favorably disposed to tbe
r t of Upton's tactics in tbe Household Troop-Several
military men are expected from the
Coast during the next moatb. Oa7i that a prominent
colonel, now in town, will soon be
with Oia nfTr nf lein rrttnnM r of a rrsrk roirt.
The Grand Army of the Bepablic has a good
representation in thts country, in Post George De
.Long. Headqaarters at Harmony Halt, King
able rarrj Ar torp amongst the rag tag and bobtail
which at present comprise the of the
tior ehold. Troops.
i" ia not reneci macn crcu it
on their new anil 'onus nn the occasion of tl idr
parade on the 17th. and the sabsea aeat i
the commandicg officer of tbe company.
s range for target pactice. by regulars aad
is to erected at the base of Pr ichbtiVTL
It is said that the uniforms for tbe King's Own
were sabjects of ad drrison. Also that
th- Troons have not been aifort3ed
for three ye rs.
i. aptam Ai ancu ot too -Honolulu ies - is
bra i gi eg his men up to a credit ble standard for
thdr first appearance. The oys' take to their
work with a will.
Ok ole o.
A ikukcy and his wife were caught in tho act of
making "Okolehao" in Wailakaontho IStb inst.
Tho DeputTShena" captured the whole plant and
a lot of bottles full cf the contraband uqcor. The
judge seatenccd tea of the p rti es to pay a fine
of $500 and oosta or ono year's apru unmenx.
They labored under tie baucc tatic that tbey
woald be less raspecled of the crater
ic the heart ot tbe town than if they ret ed to
sotrio of the valleys.
StaUrtics of Drink.
Ikwlrlrti says . If the ccadasions reached
ia a report of the sd istics of ti nnk m ade recently
to the Federal Council of Switzerland are coircet
that country rsvupies an acaviable position from
a tempera ce joint of view. With the exception
of ID uaaxk and the Swi rlar I
enjoys the dist of d riakiag more spurts per
be-d of popa ion than any other of the co atnes
e th- vnrl.l in the report. The follow.
- 1 - a a ' f tun i tbe lad c t Prrar, stows
the coasat pti on per c - i in is v o i co a ies
c spints, acd beer:
FptnU.' II7r, Bttr,
r . a'rfl. farre.
ta-V...- '.. l . i e
.-.A .......-o ltn ' ' l
r.iteifj.tes -7 ii
Great BriUIcawl Ireland- 5J7 VB irLK
.- .-,. 8dB Enknown 4S3
twecen , ..sv -
.-.. .-, 3-0 f.tO laSI
. . - 9 ST Z2Z -.-Ui
18" MO nSi
It wHIle seen from this table iltte larpat
.IU rHvnmrrrntiemrd. KTTLTI t H KZCi
m - .a w w C-a -?, - 9 Wm a
position pt ine c i - i f
table is very eneorag ig.
w France fa foremost, while Canada is again
last in the amoct cons -ed. In the consumption
of beer Belgium seems to be first. Great
aecoad and Germany is third. The
of and as being third in tbe
of second in the cariiampon of wine
beer tsxtK llo
x cdfoaxtb i tbeooaiamptioncf
cause! alarm in the Federal Cootie-. The ?fflts,
are said lobe
of bad in tTnce of tta bona t
trovecn ra en x s cczvism ; . ,
France uses tba raost. Thais aecoaated for by
whde laey are eighth io tbe vrseof
tna cse ot beer, tbe large amoant of jtme
tbev causes u
in Franca to be HIT litres per bead jer
year. The Swiss is not, wrthl..traper bad,
nd the Dine, IS-O litre
tbatheacSaayimb5bsbBtlSIra TL perysar.
JScicf beet iiaiy.aeo lttJ. wine
cf alcohol imbibed pe bea .
cordis? In Tba Tenor- tiirti lie la
'pts sarvriQacce, but J -
brrtv. As ni nr
docod vinuicr nt dnaVlogpltceibi
bUtif temriTJy fall-'
Tbe Tfeair. "
i - Tj
i hsiollawmgisan citractfrom, a
by the irettnrbt SmeTteactT,rrelifc.
hnysea. to tbe Oah-nan oftbs Jon
Koreic t rtelatlrala. Ifnn. Jnfen l1. Mllr?!o! CK
trr.de relatiora with the se-i natriesToa tids,
tjont ten experiL itnuss Aorut Araenea: v
Your attention av be ber Invite to the woraVi
may be taken aai!iastrativtoC'whtatdlar treSn
ties would e ect in ear trade relations with the
The trade between the United Stl tea and Ha
waii in 1S76 aod ia ISSt t as follows 1
Tears. EvrcrUto ItBperts trora Totlk
Increase $S,71W $Stt,oia .
Of tbfi to ial eammuea bo tamzn abn E ited .
States and Hawaii doling the year lSSt, nboul.35
per cent, was effected in At-enc-n vessels, abtray
tng that this trade, with all its, profits, freights,
insurance, commif ions, etc- a well as the rtgular '
profits on Ua erchandis imparted arid the
manufactures -ex ported, is in An larican
in this ooncetlion it may be stated tilt the whole
ru ad of mr trade rtlationa pre ents co
soeh f averabl cosditions. i
The latest Hawaitan returns at d are'Jor
)tar ISC; acconllng jo tbtst' the total
niporta lats the Kiagdom antouated to ilSCtpX
Tbe imports of Amciiean goods tree
under tbe treaty amounted to $ICM00
ine imports ox aoiect toaatya: xoocj uiea
to $l 7,1X0, ot which Aroerwan roods conatitated ;
JSU,tand British goods jaa.OJl
The impiiitAtioa of free goods ender the genefai
trea tv amomted to S3S7.O0O. in which Amerie-n'
goods mast have held their toll ahart. It taad
appears that oat of a total i port amounting; to-
Amencaa pronacta aoa Evtaaiacrures
amount to fl.WU,aU.
The population of Xtawaii is t t kted at 70X00:
our exports thither in 15ft ta f.t.PCO;
this shows n cartta con zmptkra of A
goods as tbev leare tiar ports ot a tracno .oyet
Tke fall eu i tlalrtarnt tksaa Ike x
oT . acricaa prodticti aad naanatactnreaila
Ike eev eral co atnes or i tM ContlaeaU eylk
Exports Anns per
Coanlrits Tppatl tien. Ttera C.i. carSa.
Hawaii . . Tt.() eixta, sjoi
central America. .. cssi.tiu BlVn 1st
t e, of ColnmMa S.(WU10 j,3s,a 31
Venezuela SJKM) C7JM1
The Guiana ....... TVi
trnrtiarr.. . , . rrajuj 4ft
fklB ai." sssr.tio 151
BoUvU .- a.t!.n ....1.
rcrn t,twuw 1,IK1.U
rouador. . um ecu sss.no a
nanlk Weulndle t.ejarTAU 1I,1JH
u est lJ5l.nu titu
trTLtCTTrt todies asino J.SIt,U
llaytl rsa.no Htl -
; a nomiaro ... ai,uuu
Tolal . 16 tnsstfca tivj.
Inlft"C i e consumptioa of American goo sn
I'awati amounted to Tbe i-
oivaa ut Jer tbe reproctty treaty has, iherelotej
Itisnotin aded in this cam manicaiion, evirT
lor masuauve purposes, io creaie mo apresan
tliat any evstcm of reciproaty treatiea1 most pn
duce such favorable results pi the foregoms cocri
tries as bas been produced in the ease of Hawaii:.
although the stimulus which reciprodty Area ties
wonia give tu tee acvetop lens oi ine resource pi
many of the smaller countries, and the consequent
mcreaseinlhecor mptionof our prodacts aad
mai ir actcrts, would, undoubtedly, result in a.
utrked eclarge tent of the total volamc of ytrade.
I may assume that a well devised system of
reciprocity treaties with the forego ig1 count! is
would prca t results at least oa e-tenth as f avora
bio as those produced under the Hawaitan treatr.
This would gire a ot fopcr captU (a J
pel capita cor umptioa exceeded at present by tee
lint- a'd West Indies, and the Guianas,
and tie rlr ennaled bv the Frencn West Indies and
tiai i Domingo), which would pre as an export
trade amounting to against occur
present trade ot $U5,000.
The opening up of our markets to the natu ral
products of the several countries would at
stimalate the derdopraect of their resources,
as before .srtc, but as this development roald
equally Sect our exports thitheri by crcat tg
markets therefor, and and comDell ?
the several countries to pcrchasa more freely, as
in the case of Hawaii, there need not bea single
dollar or pr ldple sairendered for which we woald
not receive much mora than an cquiralen
It should bo further borne ia m id that any enlargement
of ccr commerce ccder a system of
treaties would also stimulate oar ship
baildiag aad shippiag interests, for tbe special
stipalaliocs vrnich would be advant aeocj i to oar
general cor merco weald arply with equal ad van-.
waii. oar trade fostered and developed bv
dty tre ties would be largdy in American bands,
in the buying and srillng, and ia the handling and
shippn ig, as wdl as ia the prod action and xaana
iaciarc leereot and it should uo remembered
that ia internatioa 1 trade the haadlinr . carrvia
nou m ppu ig re fcoono ry o it to pitxtucuon,
maarfartere.r id prer ration iaaced.it maT bo
qaestioaed whether th a commission men, h
lers, aad ocean cam rs do cot rea ti zeasma i
tbereoa as the producers.
Theeditcrcf U icmFraiTitrrt frrriffd. from.
which the above article is taken, add 3 the f ouottr
u ii; c ie t:
"These figures of the Secretary of ftate show
th., under present conditions. 70,000 HawaiUns,
with Keaprocity parch ascs of United
artares aad crcdaetic s. are coast to DOlOOO
Mexicans or jCO,06o ltra discs, or 700,000 people
ia the islaads Ivmc off the Atlantic Coast. Had
be chosen to icdade in bis ccrxisc tbe "creab
nations'' be coald have shown that, as consumers of
A mencan goods, the 70,000 Haw an ans are equal to
Frencn.. . ...
a-l surtts. .. . . . . .. J.1MJIXI
Italian ...... I aiiuj
This latter .compsritoa with ansa represents I
mcre than one and ah If times its present oonali.
tion. and as the America n tmde with that co atry
is almost ta from C (it c li tho absar.
dity of the that this State derives co
benefit from the Hawaii: ir i is only too apparent
and ridic .oos. '
Hints to Silk
The American Cocul Peixjitto, of Lyons.
France, savs that irood seed for the nrodaction of
first -lass coooocs is of the gt ttest importaaae
to success i 6 u i less, uu in orer to ootain
good seed the following are absolate requisites; ,
In the first rlace, tbe worms which are destined
for reprodae on must be of a good and pure breed.
Next.ilis c ential that they should be xaised
not all in one place, bat in small lots, separata!
from each other by considerable distances. If
this point is not attended to, deterioration and
infectious diseases are almost sare to follow sooner
It is the custom in Fr.irco among the raisers of
good seed to give each oae of these little lota,
usually the worms comix from not over an ounce
of seed, iato the care of different farmers in order
that the worms may be as widely distributed as
possible. Daring the growth of the worms they
are coa&taatly examiced by an inspector whose
whole time is devoted to this woik. and who notes
all important poicls coaaected with their progress.
step by step. These cotes furnish what is called
the "history of tbo parents." When these worms
hive xaade their cocoons there is noted coon the
same register fcr each of the lots the weight of the.
cocotni proauceo tor eaca ounce.ox seea ana toe
proportion of poor cocoons. Taking this register
as a guide, all those lots vrhidi have cot girt
perfectly satisfactory results, or from which the
cocoons ara mixed or show many gases of doa.,
bles,"' are thrown aside. Coooocs of varying
shades and aad the of many
"doables" are considered as evidences of the unsound
ess of the worm.
Sach of the worms are to be used for reproduction
are placed pair bv pair in small cells, each
.-. .... -.
cell entirety separatea irom tue oers,ana as
soon as the eggs have been deposited the bodies of
tue two mounts are crusneu in a mortar ana
If corpusdes are found, or any other evidence
of disease presents itself, the eggs contained in
the cell which had been occupied by the
are thrown away.
Oaly those eggs are sold which bare been laid
in cells occupied by moths found npoa examination
to be healthy. These seeds, then are gaaranlecd,
as to thdr excelleacs by tbe following facts i First'
they have a good breed ; second, the parents have
shown a perfect growth and have produced a good
weight and qaahtr of cocooas ; third, the
of tbe reproducers is always demonstrated by
the autopsy of their bodies.
It is only by theso precautions that the breed of
silk worms bas been preserved during the'malady
which bas afficted Europe, and by the means- of
which the remarkable results, which have again
revived this industry, bas been attuned.
Necessarily, the eggs thus produced are dear because
of the minute care and cre.it labor required
tocarry on tbe prccess in the manner described, J
and eaioruzaatciy tnere are many epecoiajoiB
who, in order to be abld to sell tbe teed at a low
price, resort to a macccr very different Irom that
which experiencs has shown to be the only true
aad proper procedure. These pcrsoas simply bey
or imperfect cocoons; allow the ..Tooths
to emerge, mats at and thus produce
eggs of which the cost is insignificant, and which
are soil at all sorts of prices, ranging at from two
lodght francs per ounce. i
Unhappdy no means which baa
seed can be distinguished tram good, by any
diminution which can be made of them, and
the purchaser is obliged to deread entirely apob
There are in Franco and Italy many-raisers who
hare become famoas, and whoso marka and
names have become well known 3 those of roec
who have practiced tbe best methods, sach as I
have t forth, and whose wares are ia
I am, botrtver, informed (and I era firmly
that this isafact; that at present no
whatever is to I e placed coon these, marks.
asmanvof the great "graiaenrs" fraisers, navi.
ing made large fortunes and established their
repetition, cave become careless and A longer
can be depended npoa. A c tenoralion of their
product is already very marked in some ease acd
they appear to be rapidly losing the good craali
ties which tbev a short smca possessed.
I have sard above that specalatora were in the
habit of prodnced from insect
coming from indiape rfectcocoanx;
tbm lower depth than thii.
Tbe professional raisers have foaad that tbey
ooeld sell from the cells oeapied by
ir ects which the reroscopical elimination had
diown to be aetuall ydisewed. Maay of them an
acscrapalocs enough in sell such eggs icsteaa ot
are brokers, teaally lwlians wbo paj
about two francs per ounce. Tc erggs are tiii
pat apan the cutkrt on-sold u being of tbebesl
quahty, with iesults thit may be s dyimagiceiE
ZvUrmtt rJr3r Boatand FnnA Jvtrwil.
X la the ifsrliy the lol'
loTias prorosil as to cooperative Trork4 oa tbe
that eu!aaT. &irne straftar
"Sspposias, aa estate. itli3l acres'
of xaiatble land, to be laM oat ia tJotK of exnrterii;
ent sirs Xor ealtivatioa y a family, say 5,'likor IS
acres. dJ let to tic occopaats J ff tnir renfons
Eied settSeroeat, either perpeltial orsehjeet lo
rerisioTi after a'period of ytartvinere JximM tega
.1 s ; - aFj r,n,'n trtak
.tba land; afford more: than
Bssmeteccy ot iatxsr loriw prcper cuiutattoE,
TBaoB frbni lwt to- laborers art. tnoagU to
rbntlroaS to lo acres; and it itxtcra madea
ot lh holding ticuld bo kept in ctebeting, tbe
itagarw! weald oolrave to provide a supply
of labor. ieaalrr nenrttttf witblbs taachiat.
erpr exvtrttio"c into concreto Tfagai tor
retng. in them email holdings taers migat, at
cm, belittia room for any bat the
hnibnndrr, yet oppcrtanity would
eoaw to ictrodacs eartjing aid bth lRboftlving
in aid of the toancal tabor ot
Formerly land, mill, and people mado
pra machine, bat ib people bare siaea becomea
T rt dctaehtd: and if a land and
ST r cc rxrald be framed on these or ink.
txr lines, lbs tsose ve rain micct teasoaabiv harm
to Cad profit -ta aiding the tue
w niE t xor its new wt aw-
Sam Franciscoa Balance Sheet for a Year.
San FraaeiKo's haaoal balance sheet has just
been published, acd there, roe many items la it
that ban xaore than a rjaas 13 interest for
And now that iron bands unite the rilr, of
the Golf and the TirctrrpolU ot the Plcb thtro
ought to be a broad and derarnntottrataj
rsstiTer itt lathe first nbice San Frandtco
as thfl tbeOiiect,axtd thither in futant
wu 1 coma all tna teas, sugar, coaee and spices uat
China and Japan and tbe Indies bare to sell. A
good deal o it comes that way cow. Ot the, the.
greatest aitldo and that meat interesting
The. quantity of sogac ituiMirted
lo. San Francisco ia IsSt was --,315,(13 poonda,
kn increase c rHvirlt IX t000fU nonndiover 1SL
The tlibuon wis 2?.V10,000 pounds or crrer 31
per cent over 1SSJ. Of this CB-S,(a) pound went
--Hover tbe railroad. Oar beet orop will reach
nearly 4,000,000 poaads, a vast iarrtase over the
rrevioas rear. It now looks as if this ind ttrr
would advance with rapid strides, and there is
room rorti uin ,-0
k0 Ittonsdsot beet sagsr last year. There is
1 r auuaay ooisiana saooid cot sen to us
a coasiderabla nortion of her rawaarar that oar
r leries ess if railroad freighi were at once
nxra ax proper stand art- The sugar trtde ot San
Xi oe ko hasrsere svd from t -1.019 mends In
U7J, to 11JJS1 rounds in 18S4, an advance of
over one bnndrcd muuoa pounds in tune short
years, or say St per cent, cf the annual product! oa
ot Louisiana. And oar refineries made money de
spite the fact that sugars have beea lower than
over before know-. Oa the other band, San
will sell large qnantities of refined sugar ta
tbe Sooth, aad is ag some even now.
Bice is another prodnct very interesting to th
people of oatsiana aad. the Crescent City. A
good deal of tice seeks and finds a market in San
last year upwards of
ot pound, pfth is, so far na wn know, not a single
ounce was from indeed from tba
8?ut. We thlak that this ought cot to be. e
imported about ten million pounds ot rice from
the Hawaiian Islands, and the year before over
twelra million pounds, not to speak of the imports
from China and Sum, Oar people know a good
artide of rice when thcr sco it, and we think more
of tl is Louis taprodact shoald find a tr larkethere.
San Francisco is the crest central
port for Bntuh Columbia and Central and Sooth
all of : which lake a great deal of rice.
nasi 01 com ig irom miaa. 1 Here ccrtAtniy
saoaldbeaTerygeod busioessia Louisiana lice
herein San Francisco, bat it will take some tact
and gnt lo start it. Then as a central depot tor
tes Kan Fracco can hardly be snrpassed. and
New Orleans should get her teas from San Francisco.
In 1SSI this aty Imported 0,611,113 ppands
of Chinese and Japanese teas. Besides, there was
landed at this port 11,00710 poniids In transit for
Chicago, New York. Canada and TGiious other
tsaces., San Francisco therefore has witnessed
the arrival of over 19,000,000 pounds or 0,000 toes
ot tea. New Orleans and the "South should get
their teas through San Fraadco,and noao can buy
there for them ta better advantage thin can Kan
We imported a good deal of molasses and syrups
dunsg tho year SiBO cases, kegs, fsSOS
barrels a great deal of it from Louisiana. Here
we maka a large qaanut nearly a million gal-ions
bat it docs not sell so widely as oar sagar.
We have briefly noted some of the mora import-sat
amdes that are of interest to both California
aad Loaisilna. The nnnaal balnnee, sheet of tho
metropolis of the Golden State, -we may add,
states that oar total foreign imports by so- were
$3579,16; oar exports by aoa, 7,lGy16; that
w sent abroad over $17,000,000 in tre.are; that
oar gold and silver product was $18,000,000 that
tbe proportion of silver is rapidly increasing; that
we produce more than half of all the gold mined
in the United States, and that our Mint coined
i7S,33G in gold and silver. Wo aro tba greatest
wheat growing State iathe Union, having had
Jo ,000,0.0 bushels last year, as well as over 1,000,-000
bushels ot bailey, and 15,000,000 gallons ot
wine. The tonnage ot sailing vessels entering our
port was nearly 1 JKOfiSO tons, while our stoam
tonnage inward and outward to foreign ports was
over (U0.0OO tons.
We have, like New Orleans, passed through a
doll yasr with colors flying, and expect to coot
out ahead in 1SJ3 with a grand business and
glorious prospects, a which we also
wish most devoullv to the great city by tho
5. '. Cemmtmal llerahl.
Beet S g r.
Tbe prodaction of beet sugar lu3 .enlutionized
the stgar industry of the world. Introduced first
extensiydy into Europe so as to rentier it independent
ot England in n commerci.'.I sense, aad
fostered cjrcfclly by tho cations of Continental
Europe, it at lemrth overshadows tho cane industry
of the world and has hdf ed to produce the almost
ttniversal lowcess of prices that hare prevailed ia
sugar all over tbe earth. It wns long thought that
Caliif ornia could not produce the sugar beet profitably,
bet that idea has been at length dissipated,
as3,SX,t37poBndswi"I be prodnced in Calif ortili
this season, and at a profit, even with tho lowest
prices known foracentnry. In IScH the cruantity
ot beet sugar imported from Europe iato tae-
jniteu states was liioiuojui toundj, beude wcicn
our little prodoct of four million poaeds appears
altocelher insicniacant. Ther&isthereforalotsof
room for a very flourishing beet sugar industry ia
the State. Tbe average production of beet sugar
lo the acre is twenty tons, which brines $30 for an
acre, and this is about threefold the average re
turn ot wceat. ine sagar beet Unites well in mott
parts of tho state.
Theanjar case is cultivated in Southern California,
where sagar has beea madefraui it. bat cot
in any large qaanitiv. There is no doubt, however,
that in the soathem part of the Sin Joaquin Valley
and in the river valleys of Southern California
the surar cane can be raided fn limited onantitr
and at a considerable profit. With irrigation, two
to three tons to the acre can be raised, and this, at
the low price of tbreo cents for raw sagar, would
return $180 per acre. Even a smaller return woold
pay handsomely. Err Ftje.
30 COLONIES" OF BEES !
i.n;.e or in u San.
$8 DEPei Colony
JLcuff! troth liiiT lip brl frtnh nivt In
t tB"Jpplyto 1MIUT.51. 0KT,
MDXEf3 ! to STUI.ES!
Unbroken Mules, from 2 to 3 years old
Jsjiir to II. :...nEESltELL.
inxct Keallkcxns. Hawaii
Information Wanted of Michael Nagle
Brrralo. Saw Ya is, Pekruty S, I35
1$ VAKTrJD OI'
31ICTIAEL SinLK ttBe wentfo't "andalch
Itlzndt elrkt year 2o ertlllntktreantlparsalng
kit oecnpitloi of sea. captain. ttoM lr rrpont he
was married, aad nrarrd In the frail crtween
Ike Santfaieh Ihrml.ad California
inlomtaliatt teraraiT kim ttai tan tic
ntrn will be thsnkfally recired oy kis brother.
- TitotA or.r.
WM lm Bngo. S 'Y- If.
1VTOTICE IS IIEKKIIY OHia,
Xt that the nndenigued bat been daly appointed Ad-
minltirator 01 ine cftate oi jn.o. x,i.ii.sui.i(i
SHAW, late of Ilonolnhi. Oako. dteearea. All persons
baring aor claim. tbe tiid Eitate are
notlaed that Ibcy mot prctenttbe tame daly verified
snd with the proper vonchers "to the enatrizued
within sir month from tke date of tklt notice or they
will be forevu barred, a&d all ptrtont oirtne tbe raid
S!rtit ir, ,eflrte.ted tn make Immediate rtarment to
be nadertiraed at hltoflite.Ksahnmana
II- A. WIDEMASN.
nl mc o; tlizaoeta .laaw
llonolnlil. JIareti 3h. is PP4 tt
ADIVIUEXO OF TIIIIEK
net Sk.rr will be naid lo ike Stockholders
ot I'AIAl'ITJTIONiraUielltb lunatlte offlct
of Netsrs. canie a; t ooie. a rent, id iiocoiato.
E 31. WALIf. Treforer.
March lUh.lfC MM M
T7ItOM .VXJD aitki: THIS XAT1L
JL all aecoanlt a4Tl be dae.aan eoliecled al theend
vt Ech,llonlh, inittad of qaatterly. aa brretolore.
BEOWff & CO.
1 23 3F"oirc Stareet
Cold Drinksforyoung & old
Superior Ginger Beer, : 10c. per bottle
Dohhoflj's Root Beer, : 10c. per Dottle
Donnoilj's Spruce Beer, : 10c. per bottle
Thoe Br Ibe awi p,aaai,t.iad healtbievi
bertnrt fcoown. They clean andpcrilVtheHowJ.
which trim tbeta tool Bly"aa enrtfJenldrlakbal
od for InTstfd. and will xaore reariijj qicnch thirtt
IJotae nude Creame and .arirael, aH Tir!"U.
frwb dally. Finest oelcetlom cf Itaported fadlea.
Srn5rtoT7SrnoKc i SrnoRe!
Hr Vaailn art'theWrtfit unm. enne aad Jodsr titf
Wjart ahrty. a hlni Ckeariae aid
amollKTobarxo.cntfoUandlsr. AH rarlrtiet. of
i Ctpitli at tke fotaraln,
tUtte Boliert Boiiiiolly. .
WOKK EXECUTED IN
Ji.QH auiett tyK eall at OAZEtT BO ITIC JL
' vh -i iii , ; ,
"i ' vv-a.'' "i - (j
li'jaSEflvtUf , Jeff,
' !'v !
XIl.kF.D!tl'"l5liV!i"iiViBlaiiktetit ta orr
for ftltate alls t perMo. of kit Spltaild
On BercUn,.anO)ngaim Sis.
' , i i. ti; .
LOT KO. III feat treat aadJlU tr dorp, itlth
a Fine Home and Oal BalUlagt, SUkle. CitTltre
none, 4rJrm It, aad ta in sropntT laterj
by Bit. J. A. Crtzaa.TB:llaie It east naritltrtly
aew.lt ia iae order and, will btrps fee iMrretln
for any per-ant entries: to ap pdee
lor mi, ntiiaia ptcatK inafeityvia wi avsyv f
',. ls -l) ' . i
- (. .! . i
Cash, BsianirS in 1, 2 and 3
Years, withlnleresl at'7 jitr Cent, t
L0TKa.3ts3ttty?s!ft; nptet price..... tMCO
LOT.No. U55flkySJrn apstpfce..,,1Mro
ap.,ct ptlee.,, ,mri)
apntoiltej... l.i W
Aad boon ike taae tarata as for Lot Ko. r, to tia
paynteau can ae very eaallf rnc.
. A Btan of toeae ll can be SMat tit aictlou renti.
The new Traidaaj, fot which a Charter was recenily
rraated hy Lodt'alare. will btlat this
aliaia a nlnatea of the reel OBee aad will astarauy
larreate lit raise. Wt iatlte aa examination and
ortkee Lott as tkeyarvwtll iltaittd aid
loot tl E. I?. ADATffS J.
Pj Order of IIKNRY U MACrARLASE, KsQ. I u
offrr a Tnbllc Aactitn ca
Saturday, March 28tv
At 1? o'clock noon, at my I
Unless Previously Dispose!,
of at Private Sale.
Those Splendid Lots on the Corner of
Beretania and Piikoi Streets,
V- . '
fcabUtridrd s fnllows tnt llntf LSt, tnd t tio
loJloin; L'psrt frier, (pan ih tturv '
can be no TatUtloD:
Lot feet y UO' Ittt,' DcrtUnla street; vpsrt
Lot feetsyiai fetK lkreUnla 'Mreet; Ofdrtt
prheSiaU. .( , i
Lot fret by iw fret, Ctittaara Street; i.
frlee $tx. r
Lot -KW feet try IS) feet, KFaia atrott; upset ptler
. i j j. ;- . J
Lot O-KW feci kr ia reetiDercHutl Jlreet npat
trice lien. . - ,. i c . 1
Lot 010) feet liylMfeetjKinin cf! npt ptile
Lot 7-IU) feet by 1 ret,llh th Dollillntt thereon :
,apytprlce,$licii., , , . .
feet by i3 iretl BerttinlVSIretf; op4t
price K3t. " a - t
i i : i ; 1 i ;
Lot o t(fectkylii)fet,Xoaagirtttj p.ct ptice
Lot fert'ky 130 feet, Bertlsnla bfreet: "ptjf
price SIB0. ' i '
The dppcx lott werfe porcliMcU bfMr. ItcfarlaAo
fota rtMidencftntlior the purpocoof lmpcorrmcnt ft
tta hzA jtrat raEndrtldtitlo;tolbit it pTCtteot
It ii'irvll coTgrfd br UrrtTTilitrtr ot trert. is well is
..rbiee collection ot pUaU and flowers iU Id btooia
1 enn. I lias t ova It alaa.f ara4rtj Ifautat aarlTI rid t Ala a,t llit
TrtTeIrnTW,t&tKrtjtr Tilm. Iheae Tain,
Tre. ttr Fin rlM,ii. Cocmnnt. Ibe
the rcacUaa Ilsla, U. KaiHitrln Oranf,
tbe Fl- Ttrr, the Allfcator Vrmr. the Alrcroba al
cthtT. Iti lk3andFwwrff tbtTrBteastt'atrtflftr.'
wblchmmtbeBtrHlo tnapptrclatcd. '
Wnter pipe ate laid na laeacUof JxrfJ 3w.t io?
lncltuire, K&d 1 feet of hose will rracb any part of
them. Then Iota are sitmtctl jast lo tbe tentrt f
tbe Kalaokahaa Ilalnt.on tbepfiodpal ftrccl )aHttr
from arc within Jwtmtr minute-' wBv
from town, as well ad bfatiapT!itltevn.nliQi rente to
I dhalt offer them on vety fT0fablf terra t Utt pnr
One-Fourth Cash, and -Balance in equal
Payments of 1, 2, 3 and 4 years, with
Interest at Seven per Cent..
Secured by-. Mortgage.
Thit tHT.?aoJ pajmfo.it. low ratn bt
allowi one for a compariMTfly Moalt asnv aaaaa!ly
paid for fmiryear totnTnmtheowDeTof a'beaatlfal
faotaestead lot. t "
Partita delrlc: Jots niate parly application, s
we tehall irli at pri ui late to tbo wfia fiwt apply.
t n , ' 'f
I'iaa of tbtfprtyptrtj taq be aeen at taj vfllec,
fy Deedi at pnrthaera ttpcnt.
101a 1 I. APIMA. AnrtV'r .
By vinrxTJ or-v "viut oi' ex
mtlon lesned oot of tke eapreme Coartoa the
:ithdayotNonmber.A.J.JSIlasilnrt AUUA defendant,
la Ii-or of LOSO UISU plalaUa. for tke enm
of Srji; lhate letted npoa and tbsll rtpoe for
taleattbeCoartllonteatltonokaa.lnthe District of
Iltmakna. Ztlandef Ilawali.at It o'clock noon of
Tuesday, the 31st Day ot March, A.D.1885
To the hlrhttt bidder, all the tUkl, title sail litem!
ort&e taw Aona aeienaant. in aoa to toe iniiowinjr
roperty.anlett said ladzmenttIatereat,cottt and my
ipeate beprevtoosly paid.
List of nrooertr foe tale :t Frame Uulldln;. In Tare
Patches, rlDet llTaro Pattliw, aearlyrlpe, Ipttk
tfaddle. z Bucket . s Iron Pets, 3 Luternt, 3 Lampt. z
arre Knltrt.5 llort , 1 larro Potior cookinz rice, 3
Motqotto s.tlt, Lea of Land, z yeart to ran.
lS7ieeot at eipeate oi oareoatrr.
11D1 n JXO, II. fOPEg. Marthal
A T A" AJMrflilKSTili A'XUAr,
i tieetlnz of tke EECIPHOCITT 5UOAK CO.
held at Ike oSce of WV K. f .!. ki . on Friday,
ftbmaryailk, the following ofieett were eltttrd for
Pretldenl " InoZBath
i II Cmaraln;.
Treatnrtr - H It JIaefarlano
Auditor..: ..... i...'. rW Mtcrarlane
Xanazvr..... 11 1'nmm'azs
W It t attle. O W JIacfartine. C P Lukes, t 8 Walker,
t 11 Paly
IflV ' n. TB.VSEr . Htcy.
PHOTOGRAPHIC VIEWS !
Tins cxoKiteioxini is ready
L to tale Vlewi'Wwrdef faWtlfyle4 of the Photo
ArtandetktbemtrFanfi9bIflierini wniittml with
4?- Irl.ad View- In it A- L. JB,ith', Fort SL
XOKa II t. CrTA3E.
DT FOB SALE, MY v
H. HACEFELD & CQ.
Executor's Jfotiee J
ALTj CX..U3f!it AGAINST
of tie Utrlfvrrend DoctOT tnrtl Cieaery
Plnwearlll be nrwetea (. tk' o.Ier jarf at tb t
Bank of eiaaop Cow It ilool.lo,lthlo atx moaUt
front psblicatfiwi hereof, vr k foretyr barred. All
moseys otrUj to etid Krttle trtn hef iU l tbo
r -' " -
On Friday, .Max-. 27
DRY GOODS. CLOTHING
aF" " t
B54sCr si,OV.n.ii,0Si l,flfl
A tot of Fanllare. aad the
' t. .'l
Stock of a Retail Store
C0 . 1 t?D,,rt',t,lw'ApH ti
600 Pounds Dried BarracouU Fish
Jott arrived la Prlraa Order ALM
LTO'S A t.EYKT.tUartv
P. D ALTON
No. 92 King Street.
.i , i
Once more tortclU tV palroifaso afr (TiT1t of tkoee
who for twenty years know and
. Out ntlk ttta
Plain Talk Pays Always
avsakaator many rears norkrit fot tad tsdoavomt
to please rrrtyrla'tof the romntottlft from lad Kftnetl
la the land tbr kaatktr! of tke -working
classes. tnaheranntytbifaniWikii tlsTe Se nVtet
Jal ta enemy orrt atastoetit, Now
pat llttatkd to Ike p'.. ai I it a a.l! aWe hmTaflK
lortocivehonettifDtk.rooil matrtUUaad falr.ialaa.
fot money it tmt rtf tr dene la tSr tfa'alllo Ts-lands.
HAS ALWAYS OK IIASD
Single & Double Harness
- ' DlnnlnllMn tln.MA.
a 1 iCharholl Spongos, '
Everything Requisite for theSjaMeT
a ri'Lt, LrsB
English & Sydney Saddles,
Saddle tNolha. CtenkeK, etc., always la atock.
I Ith 4th
JUWEICS ' rr r
lib. ROCKETS, PLAIN ;
I lb. Rockets, Colored;
21b. Rockets, Assorted;
21b. Meteor Rockets,
6 Star Roman Candles
Iktij., Llhl TrHiule Wfttfltt
!. E. P. ADAMS.
REMOVED TO 103 FORT STREET.!
Importer f Dealer in
. DKUltTtls ip ,
Xatlies1, Misses dimts1
AMI TOITIIS' USE
Boots $z Shoes
OF THE BK-T WU I .TEST MAKE
11m rejifmd W thrabr.v ctntnitly Ivottad waiai
latrflyfccnBledhjilri wuktoMn wbruShAaUalfiirt
RcreirM an loroltttof Xw slnhiVlffirpr!.".
M.IlIrOS, maktiishM stock on- f thv com
picte joa variea. lo o (jtia'i in iinnoiaiii
Thce Kloe 1 tool will bj ftM at pHeea , t&l the
tfmrM H to"ae Utiffoj tfrt and erTtceable
article in the Coot and Shoe line will do well to sir?
htmna mil, ttr No ttnbry t fthw tjomtf: yfe
Sale of Valuable., .
IN HILO, HAWAII.
Sotibc I iWreby aiTm, tbal ra firre4ove of
two Bd br 11 tram A lJtktna
Mf l K Cno&vJti tiwft ftr the EUte tf JF Cooke,
deceived rrfWdtd rcemety ta liber .Pm2:1,
and Hbr H. pact tt, property (befa imnuoneii
wtlt be rld at rttMlc Attctioa to iht btsbeat at
tbe Vttrllon lintm jf BP Adam la lUmitMu. a
Monday, March 30th, 1885
Thr Pnini"H U br Mld cnnit of
House and Lot in Hilo
On :ly -liter of Jjtutl,
tBftireTO jndt8lirrthfKW Prei1ie la.rJ8slri
hjrtann pbtre It t rmr nfThe handMtmevt plaeea Ta
nil tf tbt bsttrtlftti Tbr Lot tiast x fronton tbe
arrcetof about ltfrt. raienda baek to tbe Wll&ktt
Rltcr, ami roataln abotrt ?. 1,r The hooflff
new tirtantlal and c'mmodl No better place
will tf errr in Mil. V R. STLE,
ITO Atlomey aJXaw
BROWN & PHILLIPS,
GASFITTERS AND COPPERSMITHS
'o 71 KImj li'l II"H'.lnln It. I .
House and Ship Job Work
IV- ritOMITl.T ATTEXDED TO
Bath Tubs, Water Closits, Wash-Bowls,
And ail Kinds Plumbing Goods,
ALtVAT OX HAtU.
3TICT: tS JrKKBHY OlYKH
Xl lhatata QicdUchtH In ITfaaiaba on i3lta
da? fiCf Vrcb ! of tht? arurt to It. f
the Kakatan PSmtkiion Company- U wa rHed f ae
icpt tbe Charter of Incorporatltm snnied t fibtin and
tfcelr3ccetr. wider lb ciHi and afyM
of tbe KL'KIMAL' PLANTATION CTTPAST,0t1 ttw
Tlt dar of JaBoarr. 1943. and thai as4d CtjrMiratfoii
fnadrraald. Qtarter therenpow IM3f Had
riTttrt IDC ltTlKVf I ITS UiUCTJF
PretMtnt . .. ..HPUIaaW
. . .JX Hornet
, Tmrurr J rtH.tlltia' '
.Aadltor .... tat name. -
Serftary E Miller
Notice It farther siren that port ntat to (h tent of
iM chart.-. -No .(Ttahakfrr (ball he laettldotlly
UaN for the tkol of tke Orportlii kejosd the
amovntwklcJS may bedae apoo tksikaro or tbaret
Corporation Notice I
TvTOTICEIS IIEKKUY G IViaf TILVT
i. a at a raerttat heM ia llcoofaln. oa tke 5lk day of
ftbrairy. Irns, of tho enotctlberatotJIoitockof the
reoplea lt to-l ttrfrizetator Co. iLimrleda. It til
.AtpttiAitteutthei barter of taeornoratloa sraateil to
then aau blr attfldatea aod taceettora on tkoSItt
day af.aatafy, .jraf aorr tar corpirrate juoteana
attbt of ' " "
The People's lea and Retrlsenvter Ce
And that tald Corpori stLra under aahl Charter,
poa erjrmUed tttelf and elected
JobastSat, . .....lYeotiftaHJIaTiaier
Peter X Satt
ioB&Eaa.Jr .Treatarrr and Secretary
Notice farther -teen tkat, pnnaant to tkt unu
of f aI4 Chartef. ' 5n stockkolder ekall be liakle lor
ol (fee Corporaiioo beyond the ataonat ablck
may be doe epw the 'hare er alum tukl by kim ot
them." . XSA. 1
POn SALS BT
" " ' (IHaJafl f
Br X. AiXI,
On TIinirij; - 'aafaVpti . aarw at
At 19 fthxk ;( Satetrrgarfe
DRY GOODS, CL0THIIS
Line of Fresh Groceries
aa. CsH 'Ucij OtU.
Ms&, FUEHITTJBE f!
K. P AOAHi Atrttewtr.
OiLSatiiraay, March. 28li M
At n otlotls boob, at Salttreoam,
-v-,. - VS
ie:ces oi JueooLa
APANAt Arta .re falkaxM waltk o.
ciiwit: Wens txnreraw.
aad IrJtnt ytafalroaa ptl.t,liM
$twpet ye t, payaMo toamaaaaalrr e aartwea.
ArAMAl lreaaa"Kimfaksat t hot Hta
otlaedttetlbeilla Boyal ralrat SOI. Katoaaa.
jta, Title pctrees.
, K. P. ADias. AaWtr.
, " J
By oeifcT of tho Noprem Cistrt. 1 aa malrartM ky
tj Eirealora of the KUlo "f iko ft iXK
It (Milt ot Xohlla. Uatratl. 'M ,e al Pnkilc AacHaa.
al i,Sair9oeall street. Reaatatu
On 'Tuesday, Wrch 3ls,
t K oakack aooa. At
Following Properties !
Namclir: 20) Twenty Share f tte
Union Mill Co.
Ia tkFrperty kaast. m ik.
SHtSlnt Sutlk Kakata. llaoall
Pull faiileaUrt aaa bo"AuUr. ay aprOutrr. u
lk.OOe( TI1KU It DAT18 CO
K. v. iDtnvait
AUCTION SALE OF
VALUABLE LANDS !
Ilj nnk, of tk. TtatHO of ta. IX X.U.IIO STAf t"
I wUI tattt (at salt, oa
Monday, April 27th, 1885
At li o'ckick. iwimw. mj aabww wul Hntiem
Lot ii-1 mw ict.
. I liie StiaVtt.
' 3 ' rl'aao tan.
lot u I awou .
La II - Atrr.
bat 1 -M Atotr
.M t i
Lata front A ta I kattatlTaw at. usaoto
rafeS kasmMl ma.i Hta.
&cni a from HaaotaM by way of Sial iar
Ptrk betaetn tktat mmJt tko aca. aan at. i altahl tit
etmalry residence wllk xwad tea kalilasi tajtatejtatotjr
M tketr front
fU J -Tin liAPAIIt!l.l) ra Mrrty. UkHrt f
Lot It -raw K.t,W.A.
T, tr A I Ml f Ssaa PUksariw. taawa ofjaaal
r5 . r a
trTTCttVH R. K'Td..! Ik. Mva..
V phta of tk L.n. A J cat. bo . t tk AaaSteai
frlrU . Ev P, ADAl3V.VfHt.
a-. J. WALXiEB,
TO THE FE0HT !
A i.HEAT BOON
To the Honolulu Public
MUTTON, POEX, & HSH
KEPT CUR t IMTs AITKIt BKIti, XIU-EE
BY PATEST DRY
Onataatt ta kM. baaaar ahrr aVMteiy tkaa mrt
K1LIEI1 MR AT. To kwl fa aay T
11 k. MALLBuTt namtama.
Oa Etojastaot. Km fat V an day
Oa Xanaatt Strasl
Hottd Street Market.
,s Hotel ettaeet.,
m n n-k M.ttot.
Oa-Meek street. Veel ami Pott.
j Ae aVic far aui torwa I tler a
WELLS, FARGO SCO.'s
Gold, Silver. Bank Holes.
Bonds, Valuable Papers,
.Etc., Elc, Elc.
FORWARDED Bt RAPiS CONVmME
ALU PARTS OF THE WQRLS
' J antf.Prtftnptt Dtym9F
FAVORABLE RATES 0r FIElWaT
Promjrt Attenllori Given t
' ' and CcirarnJtaion.s of Mretrf
W iJVfKeitrtselMkt P
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