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DY E. P. ADAMS.
POTATOES AT AUCTION !
SATURDAY, : : : MARCH 22nd
At 12 O'Clark. oh. Ml Snlr.rm.
19 Bags New Zealand Potatoes,
E "Icanx-r Ciljr tf H.Ja-jr.
E. P. AD4.M3, AuctV.
REGULAR CASH SALE !
ON THURSDAY, MARCH 27,
Al 10 A M , at J.Virxm,
Also, to CIoso Consignment.
bit"U f itch, Lard. Blacking. C' i.rt, ?!.-rry.
P.rr-!e AW and Pi-t.
10,000 Lbt. Fence Wire, as is.
K. I. ADAMS. Awrt'r.
Horses. Carriages. iVc.
By Order of Mr. n. Giles,
ON SATURDAY, MARCH 29th,
All Vr!-k 2'ooo, at rUU i-.-:, w:.:l he S..IJ
AT PIJKI.IC 'ACJIITIOV
Horses, Colts and Fillies,
Tkt froptrtf of Mr. Cilf. Vneriytiun i
OM Havv Eiprs Wagon, Willi Shaft and pule.
On Ppnng Brake, aw. wnb Hieel Axles,
itue Phartno. nearly new, with Polr ; One Iliad Cart,
On. "et Doable Harness, nearly nr,
gear ri iingl Harness, all in g.l erdrr.
Twe 4.ftV, "wndry B.I., Coliara end t'oac a llu l't-tui!.
A I A 4'ow and Calf, Ow ft: irk Cow, Two Built.
E. i. ADiMt. tad'r.
BY PUBLIC AIJCTIOIY,
SATURDAY, : MARCH 29th,
At 13 VWk. M-, at Salesroom,
T li w oil 23C xa. o w ox
Belonging to and new la Ihe occupation
cf Mr. n. GILEi,
Situate t Wailiilii,
OX Til K BEACH.
Plam f the Lots can be seen at the Auction
' SLoom of Mr. E. P. Adams,
OU it'll IfTKR MONDAY, MARCH till.,
IOC PROPERTY MIT BE VI EH ED IT 1XY TIME.
K. P. ADAM.4, Anrfr.
JIN ft'll.l Nt'lM'O.
MANUFACTURtBS AND IMPORTERS
ji.j. demcjiii'ti o r; m
PARTIES IN HONOLULU,
or oUter put of th IUo.l.
DESIRING FURNITURE !
CAN HATE THEIR
(Orders Filled at Lowest Rates
By apylicalioa la Mr. V- I. AUA.MS.Qaeea Ftrret,
.bo baAacr DeorripUvw CaUlofoa with Prices.
OsT IIA. 1ST ID !
it Sure f L. IT. II0PP, KId St.,
Black Walnut Bedroom Sets !
lak Walnut Sideboard.
Jiiack Walnut btaia Cbairf,
Oak Cane Seat Dioinf Chain,
Cedar Betlronta flets.
Fine matu, Ac , i,c.,kc.
E. P. ADAMS, Agent forHaw'n Is.
THE CARGO OF THE
CLIPPER SHIP LALA ROOKH !
NOW OS TUX WAY FROM
WILL BE OFFERED FOB S1LE TO ARRIVE !
,1 C. W. l A CFARLAXK CO.
Cf EirEI) THIS OAV FROM SA.N
Fraacitea. direct from th MilU,
(TXTItA FAMILY f LOCK.
BiCU'i EXTRA FLoCR,
ELLMR A D ILOCK,
t TON 3 BR AS.
Vor ! by (aM) BOLLEi 4 CO.
" HAWAIIAN FERNS.
.. K.r, i- y. t i u vntv RE
e A R ED to til Order, fcc Ujtle ripeciuiena or Complete
ttotta rf Hawaiian Fem., unmounted, an .hort notice.
PrWe lit Oati Each, r 410.00 for the Sttt of 115.
TW Sveim- r bolifu!Iy preaeire.!. retaining their nt-
Brml (rren, and moat of Ui aiieuea bk t""
Or.rr. i.r Mailing Ml I atclwae Plgr.
- There ii Always Two Sides to a Story,"
VT FOR A I.E. THAT THE rSER3IG.SED
15 f BkrAtir.Li iu uu J.w
ANY PART OP THE ISLANDS
AXU TAKE rf
PHOTOGRAPHIC VIEWS OR PORTRAITS,
la First CUss Sljle, to 0r.r,
f w .
f2T t tIKHi : Cah or Draft oa Honolulu at the time the
Neval.ec re taken. Unlera promptly attended to.
II. a a. 1 1 Asfci
OREGON FLOUR I
.K-v .tank a. r.vr-icirviiTjrtcs.
FOR SALE BY
i.. ii if CASTLE i COOKE.
REOU LA R
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FEANCISC0.
V-V C. UBEWEK A. CO.. AGENTS.
'lPTv Uorcbaodiao r.ceired STORAGE FREE I
NirCDWI . m- . . . . w u
liberal eaih ad ranee, made on .hipmeot. by thi.
JIOSTOI." & HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
..5, ( IVGll CO.. ACEXTS.
tXy'i r arracxament ran alwaya be mad for
-'J ..J Ifhivment of Oil, Bone. Wool. Hidei
JZi aihrw U crrbaod ice to New Bedford. Boston, New York and
-f'"M,"rar" ?. EHwtR CO.
BUILDIfJG AT AUCTION
. A. M..
AT 1 I O'CLOCK
j On ll.e j.r-.'in:r, funcM-os! r-'.rt"
t.Cii.- T.iiz. ar. 1 jj;C5;
the rei.der.ce or Jtr. II xr, wi.i n j! i
CvntaiQirg 4 Boom, be', cging 1 1 K.iikaiKia.
C. BARTOW, Aur.'r.
Sieaaliala IManiation !
ON SATURDAY, MARCH 22,
At 12 o'lloik, M a'Va'.orojc:, will l M.
The above Plantation, with Stock. Building
Lie. TLi l'Ui.ta:i-n ha. a growing cr p if US acre?, j
i I' mJ; to gm.d. TI.eahol) number of ai-rs th.it luve
been pUi.l-1, it 1H. Thii Cjn be increased to 2'-0. .Mor.- than
bA) acrei ean Lc irrjt-.l. A Ccw iu.:i was erect.; 1 !a-t year.
1h buildings are moil!; r.ew. having be-n erect.. 1 wuhiu the
Uit li There are mwk rim, and all the improve-
oi'LH locarrjr on Hi? plantation. The lace i feaccd The
if, a a rc.Jeri--, is pleasantly ...oied climate ucurpsi
Work ran be comlucteil rat r than r,u met plantations.
The rect vwuft n e.tnj.'ll-tl t- part ni li it, nM from
rhoirr. but lr.ui tx:cesiiy.
or lurtber particular., appiy to C. K. William., on the
plantation. I'hins of the plant.ttion, with pliotrpr iphic views,
may be aeen at .u.i:ir.,in, an-t full inlormaiion giv a on ap
C. S. liARTOW, Autt'r.
Room SslIg !
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26lh,
At 10 o'clock A. I . will be . 1 1
HOSIERY, TOBACCO, CIGARS, SADDLES.
LOT OF FURNITURE !
IV l-t -i.N, Chair TajU, Ituckern, thow Ca.e, Matlresara,
CHOICE LOT OF GROCERIES !
Lot of Curios from Southern Island.
C. S. BARTOW, Auct'r.
ON THURSDAY, MARCH 27,
Al 12 o'clock, M , at the OU Custom Hooe Wharf,
the mm ONWARD !
Four "Whaleboats, Anchors and Chains,
Casks and Shooks, Beef. Pork, Molasses,
All the Whaling: Craft.
THE. 1U01K HILL DK OFFERED IX LOTS !
C. . BARTOW, Aik.'r.
Building at Auction
. OM :
SATURDAY, MARCH 29th,
At 12 O'Clock, Noon, on the prvtnise., will be .obi
AT PUBLIC AUCTION !
IheOU BuiUlD next to the FounJry,
KNOWN AS THE RICE LULL.
BuiMiiiC li t- rn down an.l remorcJ within one
week from April l.t. 1- Trruii Cn.b.
C. S. BARTOW, Auct'r.
OX THE IDTII OF FKBIllTAKV, I87H.
a Money Order. No. 5, f-r $100, laU-d teb. ITlb, liT'J,
drawn by J. M. Ribaon ou Bishop 4c Co. in faor .f W.
Mamer, til atolen from the pocket of John Mitchell, at llana
le I, Kauai. All peraons are hereby warned against negotiating
the .jnie, r ayn.cut thereon bavins been toppJ.
" JOII.N MITCHELL, jr.
IUnalei, Kauai, Mar. 5th, 1479. iuh8 3t
A LI. V
ersoxs Fotrxn trespawimj
udoo the land, ol kaiiimj n.i.ii, cumuiun w
. . I . . .. t rinn.hnMhn. Pn n. In li
.MJiaianftna, nmia, ..k- r
Ilanakoe, Opana, VahipahtaliM., Waialee. Kauoala. Paumalo,
I'uinkea. and a pnriion of Waimea, Inland of Uahu, tmr I he
. . i . : I it : T...kloa L' . ii it. ,.t
Furpoe ot laain ninvirwni w i.u . ... k ,
any kind, or ilioolirg uatne, wiu oe pnwcumi '"'".
law. Any Dog louml on thee lamU will bo destroyed. En
tray Hor , Cattle anil will be impounded.
Approved: WM. R. BUCHANAN, Manager.
J AMIS laMl'litLU, rvononiM.
fcahuku, I.IanJ cf Oahu, Feb. 1. 1ST9. felJ
fRIIIE UMtlilt.'' j i v . " ' -
M. the Agency ot i. K. llalconib Acoustic Telephones, n
now prepared to offer them o the public at the aame rate that
they are o!d for in the Statea. They are warranted to work
. .KLif. will r-tifr.
c it m vn
one mile, anj qoauwn cuc -! - -.. -
fully aniwered. rnce. nireutim. vuc
7J ccr.U, will reh 6t0 feet.
C. W. COOKE, A?ent.
CIGAR & TOBACCO STORE.
M. I Ei lis frinds and the public Keoerally. hA'1J'f h?
purchased the mock au nuniw. oi "'"'"' TV 'Vi. oi .h.
Ciirr Sl Tobacco tiore on fort ttreet, next above DiHogham
Aj Co.a, where be wilt ie nappy iu meei cmiuuio..
.rtteles in the lineot (.igars, r-i ami -
ly on hand. (Min) LOKbAU MatttuaJi.
PANCH FOR SALE.
rulIE UNEXPIREU LEASKS"! IAavl-a.-i
LEUL. situated in North Kona, Hawaii, and Uoouaula
arfKminx. The above extennrs uaos are weii .u.i
rraiinz liurposcs, anu .
and from 1.000 to 2,000 graded Sheep running : thereon, more or
i ikd av.ll.bnnwn SlifHn II Un OK L)f.
Trousseau, and c?,r.plendid JJl
rate means. Jl trie aiore pmFi .j k r--
to MAY 6th, it will be offered at Public Aucuou on that day.
Fortunuer P"- 9 CLIOHORN CO., Honolulu,
mig Zm Or to II. COOt'ER, boa
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
m ar r-w a 1I IT
T Ifl l,r I' afc Aw. avwa
- x a ii. llrKUT? null hrlffpfn Patffltoa
. a .... -r,,i a i r rtrri 'tit of the otlier
part, and recorded in Liber 60 on pngs 412. 413, and 414. in
m. a itat.a ni ine uuc u' n w ------
toe tteeisiery - -
Handle! and Twenty dollars In e'gh:een months from date
thereof with interest after the rate ol o e per cent per month.
The aid A J - Cartwripht iclenda tolweclo-e said mortgage
and alter the lime limited by luw to ca ise the mortf.ged pro
nrrtr to be sold by public auction in Honolulu for the pay
Lent of said mort.-aie, the same beini over due and unpaid,
and for breach cf the condition wnttim jl I in the said uee.1.
. .. r...i.i a J. l.'ariir i"ht Mortraeee.
. . .,r.i,,.r r,Wnit. 1ST1. fe22
Laieu ioi . - . v . .
. C. ALLSS.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
A T ROBINSON'S WHARF. HEADERS IN
A irMBKR and all kinds ot HLILUINU M ATI-RIAL?
Paints, Oils, Sails, sc., c.
aonrrs roa scBonrtrRS
- MARY ELLEX.
ie11 Honolulu, Hawaiian Iflan.ls. tly
JGF..VT OF THE FOU.OH IVG t O ASTERS
f l. IK.. lle.l with White P ill. OlFICE. Corner ol
islS 79 Nuuanu and yiieen Mreets. ir
T. R. FOSTER k Co.,
A CENTS run SCHOONERS
Mary E. Foster.
And the Water Boat.
mhla Office on the I'iplaaide, llaurlolu
c . s .
UE5tr.S. STEINWAT & SONS "Were hotu-reJ by th
fullowlug rfsolutluua t-mbolded in the rcport oa Pianoa,
at tte Vicuna Eipction :
In regard to the Aiuerican dirieion. it ia much to bo
deplored that tlie celtbrated r ath lnaupnrating firm of
St. iuway & Son, of New York, to whom the entire
l iano mantifai. fare is co prtatly indebted. Las not been
SI. Gray, s-lo autht-riztd -s.ut, S. F. California.
SOMETHING NEW! TO PLANTERS, PLANTA
tion AS11.U. Grazlcr5. e tc., who are la need of a light
handy machine for fcctUcsj up and inendiDif fence wire,
will nd juct the thing at Dillingham k Co.'a store. Fort
urcet. t 1
SEWINii MACHINES TO CENT. THOSE WISHING
to r nt a e ing machine for a week or month can do so
br In'jr.irincr of C. W. Cofjke, at Slesfrf. Castle & Cooke'a
-tre. i tf
Mr. Cluua Sprecklea, mf California, lute aid.
to cntrtt. t a lare Ditch on the Inland of Maui, for
irrigating I tirpopop. Any person or prison willing to
excavate or di( 5"0 f-t t or mow t.f this ditch by contract,
and be paid for snrh work either by the number of cubic
f.-et i.r by the nutubf r of running feet of the ditch eica
vatttl, are reijiiested to apply to H. Sthusler, Haiku,
Maui, or to Win. O. Irwin A: Co., Honolulu, who will give
them the ncceffary information.
. CI.ACS SPRECKELS.
By H. SCnrs.SLER.
N.-.vcmlM-r it, lT. d. 7
(it. iioi: F. Wti.u,EMi., Aeut Anitri. au Stwlna Ma
chine Cojopany : Dear Sir Nearly eiyht year, ago my
wife purchased one of the American Stwing Machines"
atidu.-i.lit ntarly thret years iu our family, and then
pave it to L r f-i.-b r, who Las uned it coutinuouisly In her
family, and now La it, and would not part with It for
any other machine the ever saw. Runs easily, smoothly,
and news nicely, keeping in good order. Mrs. Andrews
Las used the Howe, WheeUr & Wilson. Grover k Baker,
and Piufjer. and prefers yonr machine over them all.
Vt rv R. f iK Ctfiilly. Wy ANDREWS. J.,
i,i.:;i) 715 Hayes st., San Francisco.
FOR SAN FRAKTCISCO
The American Barkeniine
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Port.
For Freight or pass!e, apply to
mh22 H. I1ACKFELD k CO., Agenta.
FOR SA3 FRAXCISCO.
THE FINK BRIO
Will Have Quick Dispatch for Above Port
For Freight cr Psan?e, apply to
m22 WM. O. IRWIN k CO., Agents.
NEW.YORK AM) HONOLULU
DIRECT LINE OF PACKETS I
WII. CROSSMAN t BRO.i 1 I 8 CHAMBER
bTKKKT, .NEW YORK, AGENTS. UTT A First
Ctats Vessel will be laid on for Honolulu,
To Sail not Later than the Middle of June.
Having already secured a considerable freight for this ressel,
there will be no delay in sailinfr.
ICr For Freight or Pasage, apply to the Agents abova
named. mhl5 3m
For San Francisco.
THE AMERICAN BARK
Ilolen W. Almy,
Will Sail for the above Port with Dispatch
For Freight or Passage, apply to
& COOKE. Agents.
For San Francisco.
The Clipper Bark
Will Have Qaltk Dlspatth for the Above Port.
For Freight or Paisage, apply to
rohg C. BREWER A Co., Agents.
For San Francisco.
Til K HAWAIIAN BARK
Will Have Quick Dispatch for Above Port
For frci it or passage, apply to
mhl C. BREWER k Co., Agents.
For Porllaiicl, Oregon.
THE HAWAIIAN BARK
GEORGE rOPE... .MASTER.
Will Have Immediate Dlspatth for the ibove Port.
For Freight or Tassage, apply to k
jaH II. IIACKFEL1) A Co., Agents.
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE.
THE FAVORITE AMERICAN HARK
W 111 sail from Boston for Honolnla on or Abo at Jnoe I
- .t. :n .i the Lowest Rates. Parties desiring
to ship Uoods from New York, can make very favorable ar
r,nBements to ship by the Amy Turner
r.v. nrin nlir. ailiiv to vu.- w
No. i7 Kilby St.. Boston,
or C. BREWER A Co., Honolulu.
j 113 2in
STEAMSHIP COMPANY !
FOR SA1V FRANCISCO.
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
Will leave Honoluln for San Francisco on
or about Monday, April ln.
For Sydney, via Auckland !
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
; 13 ALANDIA!
ON OR ABOUT MONDAY, MARCH 24th
U. HACKFELD CO., Ajents.
Good for SUIptucul prr Slemucr can
be Stored, Krce oi tsiirjr, -
Wnrrhonur newr Ike Sle-nmf r wnri. ji .
TIME-TABLE OF THE
Tuolny, March 2j, a p to..
....Circuit of Hawaii
....Circuit of Hawaii
Tuesday, April i,p
TucsJay, April 8,5pm...
....Circuit of Hawaii
Tuesday, April lo, opm..
Tuesday, April 22,6pm...
Tuesday, April 29, 5pm..
....Circuit of Hawaii
Tuen'ay, May o. a p in....
Tuesday, May 13, t p m...
Tuesday, May 20, 5pm...
Tuesday. May 27, 5 p m...
Tuesday, June 3, 5 p m . . . ,
Circuit of Hawaii
....Circuit of Hawaii
Circuit of Hawaii
Tuesday, June iu, a p m...
Tuesday, June 17. 5pm...
Tuesday, Jupc a, a p m...
No Credit for Passage Money !
..- l .1 In .r.on tAMIllltl fnr P. ,.11. and VC
particularly call the attention of the traveling public to the
necessity of having Baggage and Freight plainly mar Wei; the
. A.nrn.;i.if fitr in, nnmorL ptl hairGraira or
Meamer win nui w ikuu" r , vr
for any Freight or Parcels unless Receipted for.
FREIGHT MONEY o utiJuau.
t. H -r-.:Dn, fa. r rvrtip not lesnonslble or un
known, the Freight Money will be required In advance.
PACKAGES OF LIQLOKS AND WINES
MIST BE PLAINLY MARKED
v .,. ,,-rt. aimm ilirv are for. or plainly stated in the re-
ceiyt to whom they are consigned.
All ucmamis tor I'amage or -
month. .... . .
In no way liable for loss cr acciueni 10 uyc timi.
,i i.,. ,t,.l turh like, will not be allowed
on board the Steanv-r uu arrival, until after the passengers
have ncrn ia;ui-i. .,., ril
11)1,8 7 WILOKR A CO.
All persons asin alhesive Stamps must deface theui
by writing their names across the Stamps with the date
of cancellation before the delivery of any Instrument at
this Office for record, a;;r calde with Section 4 of Chai'U r
55 of the laws of THOMAS BEOWN.
Approved: Hi gi.-trsr of Conveyances.
SAU L G. WILDER.
Register Omce, March Si-th, 1ST. mlrM
Mb. Hkxst Waedes ha this day been appointed Com
missioner of Fences for the district of Waialua. Island of
Oahu, vice C. W. Collin?. dc ased.
SAM L G. WILDER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Omce. Marvh 11. Is75. mis
I have this dsy appointed Thomas Will to be Pound
Master for the district of Kaupo, Inland of Maui.
JXO. O. DOMLXIS.
Governor of Maui.
Lahaina, January 30, 0. rul j
KNOW ALL MEN liY THEE PEESEXTS, that I. SiM
CEL G. Wildkb, Minister of the Interior of the Hawaiian
Inlands, by virtue and In exercise of the power given to
me by a certain Act of the Legislature, approved op. the
lfHh day of August. 1M0. entitled " An Act to authorize
the Minister of the Interior to take possession of what
ever land and water may be required for the use of the
Honolnla Water Works," as aiucuded by two subsequent
Acta approved respectively on the lsth day of July, 1371,
and the 3rd day of August. 1878, and of every other power
or authority in anywise enabling luo in this behalf, do
hereby nominate and appoint Curtis J. Lyons, K-S juire,
the Honorable Charles K. Bishop and the Uouorable
Archibald Scott Cleghorn, to rfct as Commissioners tj as
certain and determine npon the compenfion to be made
to the owner or owners, person or persons interested for the
taking or injuriously aflecting such land, water or real
property as may be entered upon and taken possession of
or held for the use of the said Water Works, under the
provisions of the said Acts or any or tiihtc of them.
Given under my hand and the Seal of the Interior De
partment this 12th day of March. A. D. 1879.
SAM'L G. WILDER.
mhl5 " Minister of the Interior.
The large number of cattle and horses running C2 the
Kulaokahua Plains, having become a nuisance, notice la
given that from and after March 30th, all animals tres
pasing upon the Government Lands will be impounded.
SAMX G. WILDER.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, March 13. 179. uihlo
Lease of Government Land.
The lease of the land Eamalumalo, Kauai, for the term
of twenty years, will be sold on Sattbdat, March 29,
1879, at 12 o'clock noon, at the door cf Aliiolaul Hale.
Upset price $300 per annum, payable semi-annually in
advance. SAM'L G. WILDER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, February 23, 187'J. marl 5t
All parties holding Government leasts are hereby
notified that the rents must be paid at the Office-of the
Interior Department in Honolulu.
Notice la hereby given, that the clause in Government
land leases restricting the cutting of wood, will be strictly
enforced from and after this 22d day of February. 1879.
SAM'L G. WILDER,
fe23 Minister of the Interior.
Notice is hereby given, that all Commissions held by
partiea th-oughout the different Islanda as Government
Land Agents, are thia day, Feb. 22d. 1879, Revoked ; and
all such Agents are requested to forward their accounts in
full, with all the documents la their possession relating
to Government lauds, to the Office of the Interior Depart
ment. SAM'L G. WILDER.
fe22 Minister of the Interior.
Pcblic attention ia hereby called to an Act entitled
"An Act for preventing collisions at sea," passed in 1864.
The Minister of the Iuterior, under Section 52 of the
Civil Code, adopts this law as Rules for the guidance
and government of all vessels engaged in the coasting
trade," and hereby gives notL-e that on and after the first
day of January. 1379, the law will be strictly enforced.
Sam'l G. Wilbeb, .
rj023 Minister of the Interior.
List of Licenses Expiring in March,
Lee Ah Dak, Mannakea t. Honolulu.
A H UoiiRhton, Richards st, Honolulu.
Chung Wa, Nuuonu st, Honolulu.
Ira Richardscn, cor Merchant and Fort sts,
Aswan k Aseuk, cor King and Mannakea
Mellis Bros. Fort st, Honolulu.
W P Akan, Nuuanu st, Honolulu.
West & Chayter. King st, Honolulu.
Shun Sing, Queen st, Honolulu.
D w Clark, Merchant st, Honolulu.
C II Hapai. Jtllo.
Jones, Keauhou. Kan.
Taichong. Kahalii. llilo.
Puuloa Ranch Co, Waimea.
-A Tang & Cbaug Sang Choi,- Holnlo, Kona.
L Ablo, Uonomakau, Xorth Kohala.
Mon Chuck k Goo Tchin, Fuuahoa, liana.
W H Wright, Koloa.
0 Scholz, Liliue.
Got a, Hanilei.
C Brewer & Co, Queen st, Honolulu.
' H B Hales, Wailuku, Maui.
Akina, Wailuku. Maui.
L Ahlo, Heeia, Koolaupoko, Oahu.
W T Aiona, Makawao, Maui.
Ake, Wailuku. Maui.
Kee, Kohala, Hawaii.
1 W Puni, Koloa, Kauai.
C Bertlemana, Hanalel, Kauai.
8 Kaiu. Lihue, Kauai.
White k Mika. Kohala, Hawaii.
F Conradt. Kealia, Kauai.
S K Makalaau.
Alfred H Houghton.
Henry J Hart, Honolulu.
8 E Ford, Wailnkn. Maui.
T W Lishman, Kona. Oahu.
T Spencer, Hilo. Hawaii.
Reed & Sisson, Hilo.
A H Houghton, Xo 13.
Kawelo, No 14.
Kaluna, No 15.
Kealoha. Xo 17.
John Peter. Xo 10.
URINQ MY ABSENCE iKUJI A 11 n
ilXQDOM HO.. JUH U.rMi wniaci tor me uuue
of Attorner on record in the Register Office, Honolulu,
ia Liber 43, on pages leo ami int.
Honolulu, March 18, 1379.
. w m r- mT- t A V"
CAPT. GEO. POPE. HA " t ?. i . ti
command of the Mattie Mapleay, will act as chip's Hus
band while aaid Teasel is lo this port. All accounts cormectea
with the above mentioned vess-l must oe approrea oy imu or
fore beinr presented to us fr piynient.
Honolulu. March 17, 18T9. 'nih2J 2t
THE OLD ESTABLISHED MUSI-
nM. Honieof A. S. CLEGHORN it CO., sit
I0 nmtmA in w.inln Hamakna. HawaiL consists of
a Store and a DwelllnR House, almost new. Al, Store Houses.
Cook House, Ac.j with a large ana w.-u seira.ru rim-a, oi
Also balance d lease of Walplo Valley for a term of 13
years, comprising an area or some 3,000 acres, admirably
adapted for Bice or Sugar culture.
Also, lease of Muliwai, wkirh comprises several thousand
acres of wood land. This Is rare chance lor parties wbhio?
to go Into Sugar cr Rloe, in oae of the most desirable localities
in the Kingdom.
Far particulars, apply to
Messrs. A. 9 CLEGHORN A CO., Uonoluu,
Or to J. R. M1LIF, Uamakut.
Walrlo, March 13.h, 1S79. "'h22
Ookala Sugar Plantation Company
Capital $100,000, In 100 Shares ef $1,000 Eath.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AT
a meeting held on the 18ii day of March. A. D. 1379. ol
Subscribers to the Stock of the Ookala Sugar Plantation Com
pany, it was voted to accept a Charter of Incorporation grant
ed lo them and their associates and successors, under the cor
poral name and style of the OOKALA SUGAR PLANTA
TION COMPANY," on the 4th day of Mirch, A. O. 1S79; and
that the Corporation nnder said Chsrter thereupon organized
itself and elected the following officers of the Company, viz:
W. L. ORKEN President,
DR. ROBERT McKIBUIN Vice President,
MR. ALKXANDKK McKIBBlN Treasurer,
CAPT. H. W. WIST, K. N Secretary.
Notice is further given, that pursuant to the terms of said
i arter u no Shareholder shall be liable for the debts of the
Corporation beyond the amount which may be due upon the
share or shares held or owned by him or her."
mh231ni II. W. MIT. StcreUry.
Expected from Dundee
Per Alster & Lalla Rookh.
FOR SALE J3Y
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.
fPUOSB PREMISES SITUATE IN HILO.
M. opposite the Court House, suitable for a nrat-ctats Hotel.
All in good order and repair. Apply to
J. II.CONKY, Honolulu,
fr!! orC. HlCllaKDdoN. ll.lo.
i Commercial kiliscr.
SATURDAY. MARCH 22. (
Ti ;cir Majesties the King and Queen took jas- j
F3ge on the ste;imcr Likcliie for Kona, Hawaii. '
His Mujvvty is expected to return on Satardaj
next. A royal salute was given by the mcn-of- j
war in port and Irom Punchbowl 15-ittcry. j
As ia a former issue we promised io do, we priut
to-dajr ihe complete census of the Kingdom as takeo
under the direction cf tie Board of Education
Dec. 27tb, 1S78.
By the table before us, it will be seen that there
has been an increase of tLe whole population since
1872, of 10SS; which increase is chiefljr attributa
ble to the accession cf foreigners, principal! Chin
ese; aud to some extent also to the diminution of
the rate of decrease of the native population, from
an average of 12.29 per cent, in 1666 and 1S72, to
7.80 per cent, in 1S7S.
Tli ere has also been a steady though small increase
tf the percentage of children under 15 years of ago
since lb06; and their percentage to the number of
females was in 1SC0, 5S.S9, in 1872, 02.59, and in
1S7S, 63.11, a more favorable showing than had
been expected, and one that augnrs well f.r the
future of the native race.
The total increase of foreigners since 1S72, a
period of six years, has been 5,111. Of this nuni
ber 3,978 were Chinese, leaving sn increase of for
eigners of all other nationalities of 1133.
It is worthy of note that the result cf the pi est tit
census shows fur the first time siuce the introduction
of civilization to the Hawaiian Islands, nn increase
of population, which, .though largely owing at pres
ent to immigration from abroad, is nevertheless also
the result to some extent of an improving condition
of vitality in the population itself, as shown by the
fact that there were 739 more children under C years
oi age in toe ninguom in iota, man tnere were t
years previous in 1872; aud this notwithstanding
the fact that there were more females in the popula
tion of the Kingdom in 1S72 than there were in
It may not be improbable that the present and fu
ture generations of Hawaiians having become accus
tomed to their new conditions of civilized existance,
will take a new departure ; become fruitful and mul
tiply, as iu their former and untutored state was the
We believe that a few years more will settle defin
itely the problem of the Hawaiian race, i. e. its per
petuity or eventual extinction ; and we also believe
the result will prove that the extinction of the race
is not inevitable, a conclusion which the steady de
crease of the people for so many years pist, seems to
some extent to have warranted. .
t The Labor Question.
Pursuant to the call made by Messrs. II.
Ilackfeld & Co., T. 11. DavicB, W. G. Irwin &
Co., and others interested in the introduction of
Iast India Coolies or other people suitable for
laborers on our plantations as recorded in our
iast issue, a meeting was held at the Chamber of
Commerce, nt 10 o'clock a. m., on Saturday
last ns suggested by His Ex. S. G. Wilder,
, Minister of the Interior, at which he and many
of our most interested citizens attended.
The Hon. Mr. Rhodes was called to the chair
and Mr. II. L. Sheldon acted as Eecretary. Mr.
Rhodes 6tated the object of the meeting, and
that it was his opinion as most of the gentlemen
present were aware, that a full and abundant
supply of efficient laborers could be induced to
immigrate to these it-lands from India. In sup
port of his opinion he begged to introduce to the
gentlemen present Mr. Ilorne, a gentleman fill
ing the office of conservator of woods and forests
in Mauritius, and now collecting specimens of
our cane for the planters of that island, who
would kindly answer any questions relating to
the matter in nana. JHr. ilorne took a paper 1
containing a dozen or more questions and an
swered them in detail. The gist of his informa
tion was that of the population of Mauritius,
about two hundred and forty thousand were East
Indian Coolies. Of these about one hundred
thousand were employed on the sugar planta
tions, and others as small shop-keepers, selling
fruit, matches and wood, while others again
sought employment as domestic servants which
they readily found, being preferred to all others ;
that they were n peaceable race, riots being un
heard of among them. Upon its being asked
whether they did not sometimes make frivolous
complaints against their employers, Mr. Ilorne
said this certainly was the case, but when the
charge vrna brought homo to thorn, they were
punished by ihe Magistrate or Commissioner.
Commissioners Lad been appointed some years
back specially to attend to aud look after thc6e
imported jaburors. At first thoso nppointuionta
were not liked as it was thought they would
interfere with the business of the plantations,
but it was soon discovered they were of the
greatest value, as they prevented many misun
derstandings; complaints on cither side being
speedily settled by them, and 60 prevented from
being carried into the law courts.
With regard to their efficiency as laborers.
On their first arrival they wcr generally awk
ward, but soon learned to handle tools and in a
few months became good laborers. The propor
tion of women that the British Government
required to be taken was forty to a hundred men.
Sometimes it was difficult to engage that number
of women, as they generally came as wives to
the men, but nobody knew whether they were
really married or not. On one occasion a cap
tain who was carrying Coolies did not have on
board the requisite number, but was suffered to
leave on promising to make up the proper quota
on his next voyage.
The wages given to the men were five or six
shillings a week, out of which they supported
themselves and families. The women got less ;
about half. They worked in the fields or not as,
they liked, but many of them did so. When;
being asked how men could support themselves
on so small a sum, Mr. Home answered that the
vessels which. brought the people from India fill-
ed their ships partly with rice. Ihi3 was
bought nt the shipping port at so many rupees
for 100 lbs (averaging about a cent and a half ol
our money per pound). The Indian lived upon
little besides lice and the few currie plants he
could grow in a bit of a garden. His great ob
ject was to become the possessor of a cow, that
was his great ambition. He then considered
himself well off. Sometimes as many a? ten
thousand coolies came to Mauritius in one year,
and sometimes pot mare than one half tbo num
ber. It depended entirely upon the coolies
themselves whether they wished to leave their
country or not. In times of famine the" emi
gration of these people was not allowed by the
Indian Government Tor fear of their feeble and
emaciated state, (the emigrants being generally of
the poorer classes,) causing death before reaching
the port of debarcation. They are generally
healthy and not at all subject to disease; certain
ly cot more so than the generality of Europeans
or Americans. -
This wa? about the sum of information fur
nished by Mr. Ilorne, for which on motion of
Mr. Davis the thanks of the meeting were
unanimously voted to that gentleman.
The Hon. Mr. Carter thought the movement a
mistake. He had had considerable experience in
the matter already on his mission to England.
Lord Salisbury and the British Government had
indeed received biin very kindly, but had frankly
told him that to carry out his object lie would
have to go to India, and that the Government of
that country would throw every obstacle in his
way as they did not wish their people to be de
ported. He had gathered information from dif
ferent sources, had learned that the Danish and
Dutch Governments had both endeavored to get
supplies of laborers for their colonies from India ;
that some had been taken, but that the interfer
ence of the British officials was so intolerable
that the measure was given up, so that no more
coolies go either to Surinam or the Danish pos
sessions! He had besides learned that from forty
to eie-hty thousand pounds ($200,000 to $400,-
000) would be required to be expended before we
received a single coolie, if we did get one after the
expenditure of eo much money. We must look
to Madeira and other places than India for a sup
ply of laborers for our planters.
After some discussion Mr. IthoJcs said he
could not agree with Mr. Carter ; that although
Mr. Carter had failed to accomplish the object
for which he was sent on his late mission the
matter was of such importance as to demand an
other trial ; that he had prepared a short memor
ial to the King aDd His Cabinet, which he read
to the meeting. It was now drawing towards
noon, and as the Minister of the Interior and
6ome other gentlemen present had to attend the
King at that time the meeting adjourned to meet
again at the same place at 10 o'clock on Saturday
next (to day).
We understand that Mr. Rhodes has sent a
copy of his memorial to each of the planters on
the other islands, they being the persons primari
ly concerned, with a circular letter requesting
them to sign the memorial provided they think
the matter of procuring a supply of labor of suf
ficient importance to warrant another tr'pf.
Wc suppose it will be generally Admitted that a
well equipped and conveniently located reading
rccu, open at all reasonable hoars and conducted in
a liberal manner, together with a large and well se
lected circulating library, are among the things which
no town of the size and wealth of Honolulu can afford
to be without. Especially is such the case when the
town in question is the capital cf a country and its
principal port of entry.
That measures hare net Lccn sooner takcu for
supplying this want can enly Le explained on the
ground that what is everybody's business in general
is apt to l e regarded as no one a business in particn
lar. However this may be, we are glad to know
that movement has now been mauzaratei which
promises to effectually remedy this long existing de
ficiency. As many of onr readers are aware, a
number of our public spirited citizens have been
quietly bat actively engaged for two or three weeks
past in organizing an association for the purpose in
dicated and the success they bave met with in their
-efforts thus far has been extremely gratifying and
encouraging. Nearly every person applied to has
signed the prospectus of the association and they
have already about two hundred and fifty names on
their roll, representing every business and calling in
the community and embracing representatives of
every section and class of our cosmopolitan society
A temporary organization has been effected, suitable
quarters have been secured and properly fitted up
and the " Honolulu Library and Jieading Room
.1sscciatio:t" is about to be launched on the full tide
of successful experiment. This Saturday evening at
half past seven o clock, there will be a formal public
opening at the rooms of the Association which are on
the second floor of C. E. William's buildiog. Fort St.,
and to which all persons both ladies and gentlemen
are most cordially invited lhc location is all that
coald be desired for convenience and accessibility
and the committee having that particular matter in
charge will pardon us for saying that in our judge
ment they have shown admirable taste and discretion
in the fitting up and furnishing, so far as the same
has been completed.
It is the design of the gentlemen w ho hae inau
gurated this movement that it shall be conducted
throughout on a broad and liberal basis. It ia not
intended that the association shall be controlled by
or run in the interest of any class, party, nation
ality or sect in this community. This decision is
eminently wise and affords not only the soundest
basis for the conduct of such an enterprise, but In
fact the only basis on which it is possible in a com
munity so peculiarly constituted as ours, to make
any movement of the kind a pcrmaneut success.
Before closing, we desire to make an earnest appeal
to our readers to help the association in the matter
of books. " There is scarcely a foreign family in
the place of any means whatever, but what has
more or less good and valuable books which tbey
can well afford to spare for so excellent an object.
There ought it seems to us, to be no difficulty in
securing say a hundred donations of from five to
twenty volumes each, which would give the library
a good start and make it attractive from the first.
We trust the attendance at the opening this even
ing may be large and that our people will in this
way as well as in ways and manners more substan
tial, manifest their sympathy with this enterprise,
and their appreciation of the services of the gentle
men, who at no small expenditure of time and labor
have inaugurated this movement and attended to
the multifarious details incident to the successful
startirg of such an organization.- The exercises
this evening promise to be very interesting. Several
of our prominent citizens have consented to make
brief addresses, and of the musical arrangements it
is only necessary to say that they -are in charge of
Prof. Berger, and that the singing will be by the
Glee Club of the Honolulu Iron Works. Those who
had the pleasure cf listening to these gentlemen on
the occasion of the recent entertainment at the
foundry, will need no other inducement to be
Loxa Live the Honolulu Li chary and Reapiko
Plantation Sale. We would remined those in
terested that the Keaahala Plantation, at Koolau, on this
island will be sold to-day, hy C. 8. Bartow, at his rooms.
In consequence of rulishinii' the Census Tables
this week we are compelled to omit a number of articles
prepared for this issue. We intended to Issue a supple
ment, but unforseen circumstances has prevented ns from
The Blacksmith's Dream. There is now ou exhibi
tion in Mdntyre's block, Fort Street, something of a
novel character, said to bo both interesting and instruc
tive. See advertisement.
1ST Members of the Library and llcadiug Room
Association will please remember to meet at the hall at
seven o'clock sharp for buwiiiess purposes, as the gen-
ral invitation is given for the formal exercises to take
liace at nair past seven o clocK.
33- To-diiy id the anniversary of the birthday
of W'ilhclm, Emperor of Germany and Kind of Ptnssia,
he bavins been born on the 22d of March. 1707. make
this his 82d year. The new German Club Association
will to-day lay the corner stone of their new club house,
on runchbowl street, which Is now in course of erection.
Music The Baud will plsy this aft moon at Emma
Square, connnenccing at 4.30 o'clock. Following is It "
March Emperor William Berber
Overture The Queen Suppe
Birthday Serenade Eisoldt
Selection The Freischutz Weber
Hunters Farewell Meudelssohn
Selection The Fledermaus , Strauss
Xo little suprise was manifested on tho arrival Of
the Kteamer lilt-like from the windward Paris', at the eni
nouncment of the death of Samuel Kipi, Governor of thai
Island of Hawaii, at Hilo, on the 11 'h inxt. By his death!:
the country loses a man that was highly esteemed, and;
who commanded the respect of the foreign community as:
well as from his own people. He was born at Hilo on the
4th of May, 1825, and was consequently 53 years and 10
months of age. j
The Caledonia Cluh. At a regular meeting
of the tbove named club on Saturday evening last the
following officers were elected : A. S. Cleghorn, chief;
E. It. Hendry, 1st Chicftian ; S. Grant, 2d Chleftian
D.K. Tyfe, Secretary; H. E. Mclnryre, Treasurer. At
the meeting D. K. Fyfe, Esq., reported that by charitable
donations from the citizens of Honolulu he had collected
$2:i0 for the relief of the suffering poor people in Scot
land. To this tnm the Society added $100 from their
treasury, which is certainly a handsome gift for the
By the arrival of Ihe steamer City of Sydney, on
Tuesday last, we have Sydney dates to Feb, 27tb,
and telegraphic news from Europe to Feb. 2Gtb.
London, Feb. 26. The Times, in a leading article,
announces that it has reason to believe that the col
onists of South Africa will adopt a system of federal
The Prince Imperial is going to Natal to witness
the campaign against tbe Zulus,
The first call on the Glasgow Bank share-holders
realized 2,000,000. The liabilities are diminish
ing, and tbe assets have increased. Full payment i
expected. An English and a French frigate have gone to Al
exandria to watch events in connection with late po
litical disturbances there.
Despatches from General Lord Chelmsford, of the
11th, state that he continued to act on the defensive.
The colors of the 21th Regiment were recovered
lying under the bodies of officers.
The Brit:4! loss including natives, is fifteen bun
died. Rassia objects to the Turkish occupation of tbe
Balkans after evacuation without Guards.
The Zulus are concentrating their forces to invade
Natal. The river Tulga is unfavorable.
The British are strictly on the defensive. Tbe
frontier is quiet.
The Boers of Transvaal refuse to, assist the British.
The extraordinary credit asked for the Zulu war
was unanimously carried.
The estimates for tbe navy are 10,oC2,jOO, being
a decrease of 1,000.000.
The outbreak of the plague at St. Petersburg is
The Oaeen visits Italy incognito at the end of
March for a short stay at M3ggiore Lago.
London. Mar. 1. It is believed the Ameer Is
Yakoob Khan, in notifying tha death of the Ameer,
asks the friendship of f.ngland.
The French Ministry has increasod the credit vote
for Melbourne Exhibition to 240.000 francs
Saint Patricks Day.
Ma. Editor- Aj last Monday, March 17tb, was
St. Patricks Day, it is well that some of those not ac
quainted with Irish history should know who the
Patron Saint was and what he did besides banishing
the snakes and frogs from Ireland. This illustrious
man died March 17th, A. D. 493. His berth is un
certain. His Ministry commenced A. D. 432, last
ing sixty-one years. He was captured by King
Nial in one of his war expeditious to that country In
the year 405. and was liberated or escaped in 412
having served seven yenrs as a slave, ns all captives
of the sword did in thosa iron times. He fell to the
lot of one Milcho, a Chief of Dulriada, whose flock
be tended. Twenty years from the time of his leav
inz Ireland he returned again a Bishop, and convert
ed a nation to Christianity during his life-time, and
the Holv See has uo truer believer than the Irish
Catholics of ths present day, after n period of 137C
n:nA; ju.ttcJ w. ic7.
Tucn has beiii but little f coiuuurvUl iot-r'4 tran
spiring to note for the pant week, trade iiri!y being
rather qui) t. and the money market do. idedly slrlfcjreut.
Steamer week, a this has been, fully tasted lh.li aud the
question of Exchange, and found both t b on a pr, not
to be had la the dcMred quantities. The fact has bent
slowly and surely revealing ibwlf that there Is not work.
Ing capital enough In the Islands to carry ou the various
exteniotia that lja beeu entered into since the paaa
of the Treaty, more particularly iu theiu-ar industry.
This KltuatioB was anticipated by many la the rxminiunl.
ty. but we learn f no real etturt bavin- twen put forth to
induce forK-u capital to com lo nutil now, aud wa rvra.
ftly trust that the stel taken by aotutt of our leading
teple toard this end will uw-et with inrrMa, Aruily
iM'ltevinft that it only Breda tt b tsmruuirhly kuowa
abroad of the safety of Inveattnouts here to Induce rapital
to come in. This has le u Ihe exprrsstuu of several
tourists aud men of niloa from abroad, who hare notlrVd
with surprise the yields of oirr Caae teid compared with
The Iouk list of xw-td vessels still keep waltls.
but the change will set lu sou when shipping: times will
be lively. .
Steamer City of Sydney took away all the freight ah
could take care of. leaving rcuaidrabls to (o forward by
the Discovery, which will follow ou Wednesday next, the
The Ileal E"tat 1. on Saturday lat did Hot realise
hlKh pricea. T he sale of the Keaahala I'lantaUiui to havo
ake n place at the same time was postponed till to-morrow.
The line cottajte sud Ksrdeu grounds of Air t'uas tiray
ion Km street, at W aiklkl. has changed hands this week.
'iMr V Milton beiug the piirckaner.
V ALOXG TUE UIIIRYIS.
' The Am DiU.ioi.arY packet Morning Star Is bovs iuwm al
Tit'bets A- Sorrnssu's whsrf for repairs.
The Unl bk l.ady Lsaipson, at Old Custom llouae wkarl,
his completed her cargo and sails to-day for Kaa Srsnclso.
The 11 aw bfrtn 1'cniare la taking cargo f-jr Ookaia I'tantatlosi
at llrcwer A t'o's wharf.
The Ant schr Venus at the sains whaif has completed ber
carce and will sail to-day lur Pan franolM-o.
The Am Prli'sntlne Nautilus is at Old 8t aiuer w barf
diiicharciiiM Vlre wood.
At ihe steamship whaif Ihe Am bktn iHtcoTary Is lakiug in
sugar, and will sail fr Van Kraoclsco on Wednesday Mat.
Ifril bk Chooola, for whose pafrty fears were entertain
ed, arrived safe la ort yesterday VS days from Houkkong.
Am schr DaxhiiiK Wave arrived al Hilo March It.
Ant bktue Emma AiiKUta arrived at Kahulul some lliue
IWI'MSS Co's ftcauicr Z. alnidia ill be due from
San k'rant-Uco, Monday p an.
Stmer I.ikellke reports a bark off Hawaii Mm h Itlk
supiHtsrd to be tbe Atalanta bound to Hilo.
We ran soon expect to aee lively times aronnd bur
wharves, and the pilots ran manage to keep themselves
btiKT, conviderlug the following 111 of veawls that luay
arrive at any hour;
Uer bk Alster, 1.13 days from Liverpool.
Oer bk Ixtuise, 1:13 day from limnrn.
Am bk Martha Davis, 121 daya from Boston.
Dutch bk Carl AukubU. 1.17 days from liouibay.
Am bk Crusader, do das from UonKknug.
Am bk Jas Chexton. M daya from l'ort (iambi.
Haw bgtne Ktovm Bird, from South Sea Islands.'
Am bk MsmilAn, from Durrani's Inlet.
Am schr Joa Woolley. from Ouano lxlauda.
Am schr Iiosarlo, from San Francisco.
Am bktne Jos Perkins, from Port Uaiuble.
Am bk D C Murray, from ban Francisco.
HONOLULU, 21. I.
A Kill V At,. -. T
March 14 Am h bk Hunter, tlomaa, toM crake, a and oa
o Am wa tia riot twine, lirpplnrstone. irom Home
and cruise. 400 sperm. SOU whale.
IS-Am simr City ef Sydney, Ifesrhera. tresa ydney.
zv uoiiTiaa icur jonu arigni, mills, ot aajs rroasf
21 Am hum Nautilus. Mi-Isaac. 94 dava fm iuih.
I!! Brit bk Cbocola, Kenneth, US days fin lloogkong
OKI A RTIJItftCK.
March IS Am lopssil tclir W II Meyer, Williams, for Sea
3 Am bktne Grace Robert. Olsen. Ibr tan franclsco.
17 Am wh bk Hunter. Iloman. for A relic Ocean.
IS Haw bark Llliu, O'Hrieo, for Port Msdisen..
t iu Asa slmr City of Sydney. Dearborn, fee Bab Free
VESSELS IN I'ORT.
HUMS Opal, Robinson - . . , .
II 1 1 M S DJig uiit.de Livron
Haw bk Ralakaus, Jenks
Haw bk Mattie Macleay, Pope " ' ' ' '
Hawaiian Dgine romare
British bark Lady Lampson, Martton 1
Am bark H W Almy, freeman
Am hgtne Morning Star, llray
Am bktne Discovery, Fuller
Am schr Venus, Dodd
Am Bgtne Nautilus, Meltaao
Brit bk Chocola, Jxenneln .
WHALERS AID TIADIRt.
Am tchr Lolela, Dexter
Am schr Gen Harney, Tripp
Haw sehr Oiovannl A plant,
Haw brig Onward
Am bk Fleetwing, Ilepplngitone
Bolivian schr John Bright, Mill!
.J U A t
Report or P M g H City or Btntitr. l)nmn.
aster. Left Sydney Feb 7th at 8 o'clock p in. arrived
Alli-klaml M.rch a.1 .1 11 u . j, ?'.,'T . '
- --- -- - f vim. nr'i aKSlu
arch 4th at J o clock p m. fc.xjH-rleuc.Kl atroug norther-
wiuuw ana neavy northwest and north sea to Auckland,
lence strong northeast winds and sea to l.t -mo it' h
nig 174 o 22-w, when on Friday March 7lh, It com.
lenced to blow very heavy from tbe eastward, tbe bare
ieter falling; the wind then veered round to the south
lowing with hurricane force, tbe barometer falllna to
t If. t C .1 ... .... ....w i. ..... , . .. . w
r: ' - - - j -' j running in ail airee.
lions ; thence to port strong northeast wind wW heavy
SWl-11. Nil irilltliMUil IhjIm jIm!,.. k. . il. .
- - .. ...n ii v to, Hire. WUICB Htl
leen very rough throughout.
Hepobt or Bolivia h hb Johw IKiuwt r,.
asteb Left Makln Jan Jlfith and ex;erieii ed atnuig
E tradea to l.t ja N. In ui v I , iri l- .....
eueed a heavy cyclone. Lost two foresails and' lit, nt
love bulwsrks and boat; Feb 1Kb vmm1 prvag a leak.
. . uiu ma uiuc vsriauie weatnrr to
.-' IMPORTS. L " ; 1 T
From Australia Per Cit nt Rviliw.r lu' tin . t...
J - - J 4 . mm. .i, . ii.r,
Prnlil IT1 m a fll I.!.., .1.. T.. T..1... ni..1 1 ,r..M
. ,. " n . n.viin joiKiii, war f iu
transit for Kan i'randsco 1J0 toua cobra.
EXPORTS. r i -
For Han Francisco Per W H Movi., ' ti.. i1 inn iw i,.
bananas. Value Domestic floS.OO.
For Ssn Frsiicisco Per Orace Roberta. Mar lfl :uia
kgs sugar, 24 bags coffee, floo bass rW.t raaea straw
hats, 1 case shoes, Value Domestic (31,012. 14.
For Ban Francisco Per Cltv of Rvdnev. Mar is u.oi
bails Kiiuar. 840 baas rice, tsl.'i bt ha ban anaa. 11 Imivs
betel leaves, 5 cssee opium, VI bdls -whslebotie, and H
pkgs sundry articles. Value Domestic (104,272.
For Fan Francisco Per Lady Lampson, afar 3149
kga cocoauiit oil. Colo pkics sugar, iw bans rice. C203
hides. Value Domestic (71,U4. 86.
For 8an Francisco, ner Grace Roberts. March lo Cea U
While, wife and 2 children, Mrs Downer.
For Port Townseud, per Lillu, March It Jl Bulck. '
From Australia Per City of Sydney. Mar IS Miss If
N Hhaun. W Phillips. V Phillips. W L Mark, Ague tug.
lish, W Itobcrtson wife and S children, J Crother.
For Ean Francisco, per City of Sydney. March 19 MUs
WAf.lwr.rlW Xli.a lt.,f tM.ri.lil Mm J 1J III. .4 .J B ---a 1 1 a
son, C II Judd, Mrt O V Gordon, M D van Wyke, J 0 Voile
inus ami wuc, u i; necxiey, w r aiaaon and wile, r A Ames.
W 11 Wlllisins. I' B Brannen. O R lll.hon. Mrs A A flurres.
J Davidson, D McNeill, J Qulnlan, Win Hutlsr, Q W Mac's'.
nine, a uircu, r enort, w Bievrrt, w u riace, at r PuUlvae,
Mist Dicta, J J O'Mallry, u W lionmaon, T Dan, V It Me
son. T Bourke. .
For Han Frauelsco Per Lady La nil 'Sou. Mar 32 E D
Li-cas Ht'i.DT In this cltv. March 1Mb. by the Rev
Father Hermann Kockemau. Mr Thomas Ii Lccaa to Miss
Ltdia Hl'DUT, both of Honolulu.
While announcing the above, the Printers would
supplement the fact that they were a t the least among
the recipients of the wedding cske, and hereby tender
congratulations io the happy pair.
Phkscott At Kr.bala, Hawaii, on tbe l'Jtb Inst., of con
sumption, F. 1 utw-oTT, aged 41 years. ,
Aylf.tt. In this city, March ICtb. CtTHraint Mabt
Ann, youngei-t daughter of tbe late John Aylett, aged 12
years 11 months and 2J days. : ( t i e
Kin At Hilo. on the IsUnd ef Hawaii, op the 10lh of
March, Hamuel KIpl, aged 13 years 10 anuaUhtl Ana t 4Uys
wanted by a Gentlemen.
SITUATION AS BOOK-KEEPER KITH
er in town or on a plantation. Has hsd Iocs ezcerieaee
and is a good French and Uerman scholar, kxceileut refer
IOZ2 Address A. N. O., Advertiser Otnce.
(UMEO IlROOf'If. PbKiNE
aV re I urn lo W. P.. lltwaii.u Hotel.
Under will be liber
FOR SALE I
LOT OP FRKSII MUTTER. IN KEGS
and Tins, by (mh22 2m) II. HACKFELD e CO.
The Blacksmith's Dream I
Now on Kxhibiii rn In M clot re's I lock, corner of Fort and
The Ctt aud Cheapest Show lo tbe Vr.rli,
He? Sure Van See it.
THE ! it K AM -Consists of an leg -aWos' clock
working ma liiii-, representing various trades, sura aw black
smith, carpenters, boiler makers, etc., all al work. Forts
figures in oprration. Also a steeojbout and railroad train eo
the American principle
Kvery Man, Woman aid (slid Sueald See It.
Oiven every Kv-iiing at 7 p in. and on Monday, Wednesday
ami halurdny nfK-rooons, at S p as. , ;''" J -ADMI3M0X
Only 25 eta. Children half price." a. 23 las
New Zealand Potatoes I
Just Received Ex City of Sydney.
BAGS AND BOXES
Of those Celebrated New Zealand Poialecs. New Crop.
m22 8t ' l or sal by Fill EL BUSH.
'fpIIR UNDERSIGNED IIAVINO IiEEN
I ilulv annoinl.il Adsninisiralor of the SMTATM Or GOV.
B. KIPI, late ol llilo, Hawaii, II. U deceased, hereby request
all persons indebted lo the Ksiale to make immediate payment,
and all persons having claims aganst me asm r state are noit
ned to uresent the tame, duly authemicated. lo Ihe under
signed before the extiration of tix niotuhi from Ihe date here
of, or they will be lorever barred. W. II. HF.kD,
Administrator of the Fstale of Gov. 8. KIpl.
llilo, March 13, 1S;. Ink It. t