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. ?:sy :
Peak t'lm :
Our lvt alvi.e wr
nit. per City of New V-.rk. em- ' " ' -' -V'
moderately active trs.l- in ail It-.... t.-- i
Crop prospect rnctinti k"'"' '"l,. ',''
dnrin the neit thirty day tt.- ' - j 1 '
67r."J rarkatfes. Ci'J'iH .r..!uj.-e . ... "'
too K-rosd quarter of the yar a Cf,r..-.r I -quarter
of this year rr the e.-..n.t -f Iu-t -r. -
grade have advanced a small fra. t..,:. i .. ? r
la the last few days. iM MWHi.r"-:u":f '. ,
farther implement as w ;. r .v .1
warm kuud wh-n there 1 a iret.v ... r- - .
U-iU la all eonaaruintr coti.tr;- -'.'- .; ;
oto M.mla euanierl Vita Uit. '. A.
oaantltr to malt- &r lmrr'a '!!'
quantity to mak
ter rcr Bolder.
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the reftnene.. ! h' 'T-t'Sl . . l a a
i . inl ery rboi.- ef...... I l.e ...... i J a., i
ftrvt cU container. .S'Wir l, ar- n. t -tr
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TiLUi"- ffr 6 f nl-f ! .
Wool Sfaret n.-t .iu.t- a a-a- irv.y
Star. Pufhaner .,mewb-t -uUt; ' J
and fian Joiln 1- Nort'. r-i U 'i.
fuci-i Extra '.. ?trr Mi... 1 1 '-
H-IllJiO i-r t .n.
i..ii..n omr!. ii xt- r.ae h. n l.are ..r I :j:
two wek until eeral tlay .in-- a t-.v v. --. I- arm
There la more than en ,.ii;h wb ir. th Mstet,.i hi
k. imu bound h- re. but t!.- nrt. ! I- i.r....lv .
waiting reult cf nw rr.p ar .! t:.- t.
We q jnta Zm a' U-It.al.
Ex.. ! nd .n f.la-. '. !' t
Ight U rier eot. reailum.
port or HOIJOI.UX.XJ. 11. I
JADm 6 Mtmi Likrlike. ff.m U."
8.-hr fcrkanouiU. fr'.iu i
hr (r"ui K'diaU
. br enlrjeel fr. rn Waitlua
t'atartna. fr-mt II I
6 .rbr Nettle MerTlli. tT' Ui Uiia.:.
lU-A. br Wailele. fru Maltk'.
7 Srhr Hnuik.tti. fr.jni lai;u..-:
7 Mmr J:ne 3ike. Ir Ksr.m
ft ifc br Ualeakaia. ff.tu iiar.!
ft Hchr Jennie WaUer. tft-i UA
9irtr Pauaht. fr'n Kd.a!a
9 Waimalo, I r-ua Uaianae
Joe 4 Am Lktne Ani'li.liyv''i .1; lm Ni jif.XS'A
4 Kalatea a. hr Vlld. aul. y. 7 U;. l.. 1 "' - '
4 An M br VV L IleeNee.r.irtit. - l- I v. :. .1
U-K M H ! Australia. Lr'ill.fiu 'l'- A t-..:ia
7 Aru f,kt-e tlla. Turner. 1J U liu j'i I r . . .
7 u ,. Campt-ll. I'd flay Ir.-iu l.n.-ri .- I
Aiu tktte C'unauet''. ll-ftar I. 1
June htiur C B Libl t' T Kai-aa
Stn.r Letu:i. for Mdkai
6 eimr MokolL, f'r Kin.'.bii
6 Stair Marl..D. for Knhuiha. Ii
ft St:cr Leahl. for IIoiioipu
7 strur Likelike. f..r llil
7 Stu.r Klleuea il'.u lur Kahulu
7 S-br Leahl. f.r Ilcneipu
7 S. hr Mana. for Hapuu
7S l.r Kamkeaouli ; for Ilonjkaa
H Svbr Watoll. f .r faauhau
9chr Wailele. for Maliko
i S.'br atacina. for llai uu
Schr ettie Morrill, for Lahan.a
J M. bt Maaaokawal. for iUiiau.au ia
V rlmiJu. Maker, for Kapaa
t p.-br I llama.
jo eK M S Australia. Car-tll. fr fan t ra-. .
Veale fr !IaelalM fr I'eteisn l'ert
Ana bk Cheshire. Bat. helJer. New Y-Tk. r lo- .
Oe bk t'eiur, Kohlfa, Bremtu, oerUue
Haw bk Kale. liothfoa. Urenien. overtor
Haw bk lolanl. Bremen, loading
Am bk Anile. Samlbcrtf. Newcastle. N S W. .! i.
br ablp City of Shantfhae. Drjadale. lila-.;
br bk aaifolk. Byfora. U.ndou
H B H S TheUa. . I'it.:arn Inland
Br bk O be run. Harvey. Llvrrp...l
Kng bk lleniiabjr. M. liee. Ijv rp.d
rURCIU.V Vfc.SEI IX I'OUT.
Au bgtne Morning Star, Pray
Ambk California. Love
Aai bktne Kate Sudden, bat
Am hk tlla. Turner
Am bnrf Cunuel. Howard
Aru bk W L Beebee. trx b.a
AM bktne Amelia, toy
The S. hr r.oarl. arrive.1 out " 0:1 t'.n- .
day front Hiluv
The S-'hr Compeer tuake her next tnj fr-mi Sin I'rsu
rlwii t Mexico, lad. n with railroad and l I -,ra!i
The r.nt. bark fileniabrr eatlr I fro.11 l.i'.ir;." ! I t
thia port n the lith i f May. she brin a !:.r . :..
Th R.xlaer (nee Mary and H.-l n)v.iM h m.1
ban r'renctjH-o id aeareh of the J. aan. tt- I . r. r :U- I
die of Jane.
The C. S. N. Co.' tr Mee I'.m tat. r itmi -..'1
Fran-lci to China at the rate -f l.rt 11. I'. M. s.
rates aie J7.
The Claoa Spreckela aalle.l from Sari 1 riti -i.-. .M iy
21. with carg' alued at , uula !u.' .'l ' i w.-rf:
The Schr Ida McKay vn at port T-w n- 1A ) C lo!.
May. awaitlnit rhane if uia-iter. That rT-. t--.!. -lie
will nail for San I'ranclMco.
The Brttinb Flytn? Squad r- n w ill t ..u..- t . it. m.
tula, but eail direct from Iijl to Yokohama. J a!i. .-rr;.
Idk at the latter port about the 2'th of Au.-u -t.
The I" ! S Lackawana, sailed from Calla . I'. r.l. M..r. i
Jrt. for the sonth afterwards t tall arj .-ai.i.u. ir.i:t
the nee to proceed hither and on toSri I'rau.i..
The Ella. Capt. Turner, arrived in port u tl. 7th 1 ..
17 days from San i'ranclnco. Ci t. Turner r d t! .
romiunnlty with datea to the ult.. li: -i li.tt
mail. The Ella's cargo 1 valued at f MV'..
The American brtrf Consaelo arrived t: port 1.. rr on
the lth lnt.. 15 days ami l'- hour from i:i i ra:i'
She briuti an aaaorteii caro valued at -I-.-.. ',:;
Howard wtll plea. arcept oar thank f. r pa,rr of la:
The r. . Wachn.ett arrived out ea Ci l-rh or May.
14 day front Honolulu. She report hairr; en 'int. re I
very heavy weather on the l.tli May, ai out In iml".
from the entrance te the Ool t. n Out-. The l'-u-v..ta
ha.1 not arrived oot on the 2tU May . but a .Utiy 14.
The Oertnan bark Colotua arrived at IVrtiaud. 'r . .n.
May 21. from HoctJ Kun. ith i tuti. and th- .i:;n
bark Alden Beee arrived on the 'JJ.I at the eaa.e pla.
with another lot. The latt r vresel had four r f
mall-pox on board, and n liumediat ly iiaarai.tiii. .1.
tr6i ftp. etc.. regarding Oregon.
P. M. . S. Australia arrived In port on the meruit.. I
the ith InM.. and nailed aain. for Sau I ran. 1. 0. en
evening of the time date. Cabin peanenir r and f n i.'t.t
were taken from here. The a. couninlatioa fr sian
paienier were otuewtat limited, yet tb-rv n ii" .!;.(. t
bat that l oner Ieaa will tx'k well t th ir rm: rt
A new schooner now nearly completed by 5hi::i. .v
Turner for the Hprec kel.t true.. U to 1 called the . ,
Irwin, after onr esteemed t.wniuau W. . Irv. in. i:- .
of the firm of Irwin k Co., of thl city. AnotL.rv 1
Is to be built tmmevliately after the above 1 lui:.-!.. I.
and then two large teanier of IijijO tor. each are t 1
started and completed a soon as possible all to !.. :i
gai(eI in the Hawaiian llaud trade by the above f. rt::.
Report of P. JIM nstralia. Carinll.Cnimand r. 1.
charged pilot off Sydney Head. May l'.-th. at t r v. bud
moderate easterly wind. t- the JJnd ; on t:i.t ! had
frequent squall and heavy hower; i;bl. I Thr-e
K.iiiKat II.il M. bearing NK SE: N'.-rtli Cap- :.' . aui at
.: x. and at midnight Cavllla lland tx r- M: i v .-.
On the Mix at 8.3.1 a m. Hen and Chick, n !.!., l ab-aia
an.I pasaeU Little barrier at 03 a Ji. Received .u. '.land
pilot at ID 54) m that date. Salle,! from .n- k:au l at J.J".
m ct the Jltli. trnn wind and hiith ea.-t-r!v fell
with clear weather prevailed to the 2th. M.;:It i fie
I land of Mama (Navigator Group on the 'J.'th. ll l
frequent squall accompanied with heavy rain up t. t:o;
31st. CitMeed the equator. Jane 1. in Ion 1. , v r -perleaced
fine clear weather with N K w 11 t". ti:e :fi
Inst. HUhted the Iland of Oahn at J ii -.i , n tl". t.t'.
and was boarded by Honolulu pilot and amv. I ,-i 11- .....
lulo harbor aaiue date.
Report of bktne Ella. Capt Turner. Sail- ! tr .u Sin
Francisco. May 21 I'trt four days out ha I wn, l i..
Northward, then winds to the Southward and tie-Lard
Frota thence t port had bailing Trade. Am v. i :n
port, Jon eth; 17 days passage.
Report cf bn Consnelo.Capt Howard. Sail. I fr .-.i
Saa Fraaclci, May 21th. at 12 noon, wind itruut NU ,
sea moderate. rum this date to the jr th at noon, mad.
W miles, reaching lantudejl 21 N ; lomritu Ic l- -
W. From then. e to lat 25 " 47 luin, 'J sec.N : b ii b;: U i
W had light wtnb from 8E and SW and calm., fne
weather Took Trades in thi latter lat and Ion. a-id k-pt
them to port, arrivinii in Honolulu llarlror. Jan.- (7.n'i
a M) IS days and 1 J hoars pasce.
forfait Frnns,-o. per Australia. June 5 ll.:l 1 pk's
ugar. lo betel leaves. 11 pk;s manw'ot'. 51 jkx t a lia
nas. Dora val. i..- -JO. i ga Tal, iu w.
F.'tu f . fajicico. per Ella. June 7 t Jl j bread.
161 bb! la. r. l kcg and IM cs blatlni? powder, p) c.
17 fcbls aud 17'. ' ; " salmon, ao m bm-k. --J- bale bay.
l.M LMs lime, . dry gocds. 17 rolls ltat:.t r. 1-' c
she, 3H m she potatoes, and lot lui-.- md-e-'
Front Pydaey sn.1 Ar V.i !. per Australia. June
It pkgs butter. 271 ph.- ' c' ''J ks p4jtatoe. -ji bx-t
apples. M sk osU. U cclty .as..:- 'ill 3 pk;; in transit.
From Enra. per W L 3eL.'e. . .14.-W.i4 ft re, I
ou0, 64M1 m shicl. s, to Lester C . .
T.-ona Newcastle. N" 8 W, jir Ai.ai. : . ".i-,7 t .n
coai. t. T R Foster k Co.
rrom Sydney and Anoklaud. per Austin. . i
for Ban Fraactoco. per Anitralli, Juns - T
dght and wife. Mis. H. U A. I". ;
. . MlaaLldgate.Mrav J. P. Corha. Air.. H. Ma- .. .
I hlldrena, H bchasler. H BrickweJ.l. W U I :
I Blacktwon. 8 Gale and wtfe. 8 Harwocd. M:s -h
tlttser wife and children, and Chice- IJ I a-e n. r
U ran sit from Colonies.
rom Baa Francisco per Ella. Jane 8 C L. I reftch, (ii
Oi fhan. Miss) C Bundle,
i rom Fanoigs Llsnd. per Vivid. June 6 S Gale
rom San Francisco, per Consuelo, June 'J K Ilosaler,
XI , Under. H F Edro.
yW Ranters. Our eorrespr. . 1 .n -TV- j
truat tiu may develop itto '1Js"r7 1. '-
t. which ha. fall? tt.et ttr .l.u.iu 1 y r --
U.m on hand te Ie .t ,.:k at tt- 1 - t . ;
Qnotable at 5 but a lar qaht:ty " .11 n ' t ; ,
atoer i t. au-jr.iiij- i'.-".
i r' , lit. 1
JUNE 11, 13sl.
n: ih:.nk-ox me Hawaiian iwic
mil are, we iwure, mut x,cx.j
ii'i l" - i
- :n.l "tht r Chinese oliieial persona-
,vi r. r-i ive:! Kin'' KaiaKaua wuu sucii
i. )a:;t-I rourtt-y during his short visit to
tI:"---::;ral kingdom. We feel glad to be-
'--:: li.v.l tl:? interchange of courtesies, and
o'rnr; c-jV'cts of mutual interest, be-
rv.-n III. r:.j ty, and ?o important and
i-.l -cntial r. Minister as Li HcXG-CnANO
I. iit nf bif-fit to this kingdom iu I
ii luture reiaiions wiin v.iiuia anu wuu me
lari.- number of Chinese subjects who seek J
t-niinirv r permanent settlement on l
tlir-.-p I -Jan. The hospitality and kindly
".(!;. " listIavel to Kiiir Kalakaua by
iih ti of oflicial rank, wherever he went in j
.:., , ; n .r..lr..,rm. oviilf nee nf trcxul will. I
, i - -v.,. o
and a pKa-ing augurj" as to our iuiure re- i
la'i'.n- with that Orua't Empire whose l?o-
i. . - ni d tined to p!av no mean part in I
l. ' . ::..!.-: I I
Ii.. it V loi.nieill OI me iiawitiiau niujjuyui.
Whil-t fetid within the geographical lim-
.t t? . r . : . . f.wt kn I
1 V.mn.1, -iaje-i fti iwi. u
l;ri:i-h oiI; p lilll' swiftly from one to
t t . .! r.l ....t.. l.',,.irM tl.c unrl.l
I. a- wr stn. me connai aim uisnu-t;..i-h-d
n rtption accorded to the King by
Sir Jolm roj4? Heues.sy in the name of Her
M.-i'.-ty the Queen i- especially gratify in
!l i- the ri'.$ht hand of fellow-hip tendered
t.. l.(.r Kin lv the rejreentative of Ha
wiiii.- ol-it-.-t and staunchest friend, and is,
u" do-ilit, an example of what His Majesty
! wi.'I meet with at all -oints of his journey
i Jhr .u"h the Mattered iK)seMOns of Great
' " "
i i;: iiain. Not le.s pleasing is it to note the
1 ii.-.irtv wav in which King Kalakaua was
i i, . iv. d and futi d by the Hritbdi couiniu-
I i.;: v f Hong Kng. Here was something
n.. j, than oiliclal politeness or resiect ac-
. ..i.l, d t rank. He was made heartily
u, li.jiiif annul'' thelil, as one whom they I
v, e r.-.k lighted to honor loth as a King and
,!,..,,. iifli u. rerention is ne-
..-i.tieinan. s-utu a rtctpuoii is jie
! et; inly giatiiying to his leop!e, and will I
n , ... -not be valued by mm, as by them,
. i in-ie hi'hly than the most splendid
I. . -.naliiv ofprincesor of great official.
i. ; ''.' i p
I'hk vi-.it of the King to Japan, China,
i-4.ni India, and other countries opeus up
i.rri-iM . t-of many new treaties. A little
t iti- i preserved in its autonomy by a
Ul-c :illillIll---ll.tlloii ui uuuii'sui; uuuiia,
:ui 1 a di.-creet foreign diplomacy. We
have had some diplomacy that was wise,
and .-ouie otherwise. e have been
-trciigthened, and wo have been weakened
bv treaties. Iiut a negotiation accom
pli! led means a decoration for the negotia
tor; hence the desire or many to be treaty
maker.'-: even although a treaty may be an
iiib.irras-nieut for the parties concerned in
When we get solid values, for a fair quid
jfoq", wiinoui compromise, an is wen;
-. . ? ..it -
but whatever in any negotiation trammels
our action, or our perfectly free intercourse
with all other states is to be carefully
av.-ihd. We may be led on by liigli
courtesies ami Kinunesses 10 try 10 recipro-
1 A A. A " . I
c ite tbo attentions of Kmpires: but there
1 1 '
i-danger 111 great iavors. ine aniance 01
i.-:l. rinil tirf nnlneol
when the barn yard cock entered into
ire ity with the horse in the stable, not to
tread on each other's toes; while they mu
tually di.po-ed of some sheaves of grain;
lb.-stipulation, on the part of the rooster,
was recognized by an old owl in the loft, as
an -viilence of the unwise presumption and
vnMity of the consequential barnyard bird.
I r m as expected from what was published
in h-.-t week's (iazctte in respect to Father
I!' i:in, and that the editor had been chal-fi-i:r
! to produce his evidence, that the
.ue t iding i.-sue of Wednesday last, would
rive us an array of indisputable witnesses
t -u-taiu his allegation. But not a name;
not one authority to support the gross and
slanderous charge. We presented our wit-nes-i
- to establish the authenticity of a
letter or i-eititieate of character; but the
other ide tlotn not pro'litce one to prove
mi alleged forgery.
And as regards the reiort of an alleged
-oiiVei -atioii with Bishop Moran, it is not,
an 1 e.tntiot be substantiated. No Catholic
I'i-hop would so discus the character of a
prie-t with a layman; ami we do not wish
to -:ip;e, that a priest seeking an evil re
port, w ould undertake to garble a Bishop's
di-o"i:r-' to promote the defamation of a
broihe.- priest. And besides, the well au
thenticated letter of recent date, addressed
by Hi-hop Moran to Rev. W.J. Larkin, in
v. I.i li he .-jH-aks of his " irreproachable
cb ra. ter. as a man and a priest." cora
.: -u ly refute the alleged report.
i n i: Society for the destruction of poor
b-.i : is the title of a society of which
Mr. WhiteUw Heid, the able chief editor of
th" N. V. Tribune is President. And on the
ocea-ion of hi recent wedding, he sent a
I) afcli t po..r folks out West, to where they
ha I a chance for work and homesteads.
J - ii.il if -Air- Heiil and his society had
(en )Ut lu re, some time ago; a fine estate
thai is to be devoted to the support of two
or threedosen paupers, in asparsely peopled
fiuitfui country that really ought not to
have, and has no, native paupers; would
have been more coiscly and patriotically ap-pii-
d to the settlementof a hundred or two
of healthy young working Hawaiia npeople
on donated land, and to assist and instruct
th"ni in e-tablishing Hawaiian homesteads.
Friday, June loth.
It witli pleasure that we report that no
de itii- have oceured from small-pox during
the pa-t week. Only seven new cases are
rt ioi tcl since our last issue, tTee of which
only broke out among those already
tiuarautiiu-d on suspicion.
Lit of Small-Pox Cases.
-Ju.i. . Kuiialubu, w, 1 mo, Nuuanu St. ;
l'l.i'u .. k. 1" yrs. Auwaiulimu. 5. Makakane,
w, yrs, Paluln Valley : Tommy, k, 18 yrs, at
Q'i.ir;iittine. 7. Kamai. lKy, 5 jts, Aala. 8,
Kale i. k. -'-2 yrs. at Quarantine : Poewi, k, 22
Report of the Small Pox Hospital.
For the week ending at S a.m. of Friday
Patients in Hospital June 3rd, 36
Received from town, 4
Broke out on premises, 3 7
-h1 Cured, 9 9
, 1 "June 10th, 34
- a ": ;'t:;ra:Hined persons other
..- ' 1.. Mi r the total number
: -d-' -. 1 IT. ,-ivo of employees.
t,iVulc-;T. l.o.ur rs, M.D.
Latest from the King
From Honjrkong April 20th, we learn
that His Majesty and suite were to leave
Ilonzkonir April 21st, embarking at 9 a.m.,
on board the steamship Killarney, bound
for Bangkok, Siam. The royal party must
I nB,ta o clmrf st.iv in the land of the
iia t iiiw wmv -
white Elephant, in order to reach Singa
nore the 5th May.as announced by telegram
Hli JiaiealV IS liasieiilUK xiia uiutirmtui;,
. .,. wetllnk rtach Europe, the latter
part of this month.
Health Department, Honolulu, H. I.
ilORTTABT ErPOET TOB Mat 1681.
t,a total nnnVr of deaths reported lor the month of
MtT. xuf 98. fiistr.Duteu as louows:
Cnder 1 year..
.. 19 From 30 to 40...
From 1 to 5....
. . 6 From 40 to 50. . . .
.. 3 From 60 to 60
.. 8 From CO to 70
.. 15 Over 70
. . 58 Females
From 5 to 10 ..
From 10 to 20.
United States America..
Cace of Death.
Heart Disease ,
Old A fie
Dropsy ..... .
Vnni!hi-r unfttteiitled.... . . -
comparative Monthly Mobtalitt
M,, is77. deathsa 41May. 1(W0. deaths
Mar. 187S, deaths 4a May. 1U1. deaths
Mav.lH79. deaths 56
Jxo. II. Buows. Agent Hoard of Hea'.th.
" . ;
I fT The O'.ovi Mail gives the following re-
Iort of the remarks of Mr. Armstrong, our .
Commissioner of Emigration, on the occasion
of a public dinner given to His Majestv at Hong
a i" "l' fa" ,
Kong, on the lth of April :
"Commissioner Armstrong next rose, and
alluded to what His Maje&ty had said about his
firht visit to a British Crown Colony. In 1843
the llriti.-di Government were forced for a short
I. ? A A it. . TF.
time to assume the administration of the Ha
waiian Islands ; and His Majesty and himself,
when children, were at that time British sub
jects. He spoke in feeling terms, not only of
the fairness of the British authorities as shown
during that period, but of the honesty and jus
tice with which the sovereignty of the Islands
u- restoreii to ineir nentiui ruiers. 111c
Commissioner then dilated upon the excellence (
of the Colonial sj-stem as exemplified by Great
Britain in her various Colonies, ami poimea out
41,.5l,0,1 intpKt4 of !
with those cf this Colonial system. The,
Sandwich Islands were, from their geographical i
position, on the direct route of communication
a11 Li! re8 f comraemal hfe
bordering on the Pacific.
It is curious, thus to be informed, that at one ;
time His Majesty and Col. Armstrong were
19- Tressure on our space obliges us to omit i
, . . i. i i i . it, T-it .,.t
late American news to hand by the Ella and
Consuelo. The chief item of interest is the
resignation of Senators Conkling and Tlatt on
account of the confirmation of liobertson as
Collecbir at New York and the fact that their
re-election is doubtful.
. .... .... j .
- ir- There will be no music in Lmina tsqnare
this afternoon. The Band will play at the
races, by command of His Excellency Governor j
I'jf Iu our sujiplement to-day will be found
a clever temperance parody, on an ode by Oliver ;
Wendell Holmes. Also the latest foreign news, j
Vm m: oration to the Hawaiian
From U,t Hon3kon0 r-
liy driving me iraue away irom noug-
I l-nnw lir frnrwl lma tlOPtl doilO. bllt. Oil the
contrary, some harm. The object of Ilis ;
Excellency the Governor was most signally !
defeated ; the emigration to Hawaii has ,
proceeded just the same as though he had
ll.i 1 . 41. .n.nonlniMia nf Ilia
never u.-ieneu 10 uic ic hcsciiiiiwih"i"v
m irnon;,l rv.r.-..v,itt Hnf if ia
not so carefully supervised as it would have ;
been by the Hongkong officials. For in- j
stance, we do not believe that such a fear- j
ful outbreak of small-pox would have j
occurred at Honolulu had the emigrants
sailed from this port. It would be far better
for the emigrants and better for the coun
tries to which they are bound that this
should be made the emieration depot for
China, as the chance of abuses might be
reduced to a minimum here. It is unfair j
to British shipowners and merchants that j
thev should be precluded from all partiei- i
A : 1 t.,AMl!,rn iinffanllv t-innrhT.
pailUll 111 u luciuiitc ami jntwj ..vuw. j
able trade. Emigration properly conducted ;
is one of the greatest possible Denents 10
mankind. It has done more to build up
the fabric of the British Empire than any
other agency, not excluding commerce. It
is the vent by which relief is afforded to
overcrowded centres of population ; it is the
source from which new nations spring into
being ou the waste places of the earth. To
seek to check it is an act of folly on the
part of any Government : how much more
so on the part of a Government which has
in this way reared vigorous nations, one of
which now ranks among the foremost
Powers of the world in wealth, intellect,
and population ! We trust, therefore, that
the British Authorities! will take Into
consideration the prospects of Chinese
emigration, the altered circumstances under
which it is conducted, and sanction such
alterations in the regulations as will permit
of passenger ships clearing from Hongkong
with Chinese emigrants to any part of the
world where there is a Chinese Consul.
A Modern Courtship.
"And you really love me Lnlu dear?" he
asked; as be coiled bis arm around her wapp-like
system. And you'll always love me bo?"
" Always, Fred; ever bo."
And vou pledge me to sew but."
Sir ! !"
You pledge me to sj beautify my life that it
will always be as happy as now?"
" Witch my last Death, dear Fred."
And darling, you will mend my soc ?"
Your what, sir ?"
You will mend my social ways and draw me
upward and onward to a better existence ?"
" It will be the pride of my love so to do, Fred;
I will sacrifice all for your complete happiness."
' I know that, sweetness. But suppose some
accident should happen to to say the trou ?'
" You forget yourself, sir. To the what ?
To the trousseau; would it defer the hour
which makes you mine?"
" Never, Fred. I am yours, mind and heart,
and naught can separate us."
'But what I wunt to say is, that should my
Begone, sir. What do you mean?"
Hear me, my life. 1 say, if my panting
bosom should grow cold in death, would your love
still warm it?"
"As the sun melts the iceberg, Fred, so would
the rays of my affection thrill your heart again."
" And you will care for me ever, my soul, and
I for you: for though 1 may never have a shir "
Knougb ! Leave me forever."
:' But listen. Though I may never have a
shirking disposition, I shall sometimes perhaps,
io the struggle of life, forget the plain duty "
And I'll remind you of it, Fred, in tender
actions, and make the duties of existence so
pleasant of perlormance that to avoid them will
And so on. That's modern courtship. Lots
of abstract swash, but a manifest disinclination
to contemplate such conveniences as buttone,
socks, trousers and shirts.
Dugald to Donald, who has been to Glasgow :
4 An tit you see the tramway, Tonald ?" Ay,
tit I !" Dugald : An' fat is it?" Donald :
Oh. it is just the steam engine on the street,
put they use horses insteat !" Dugald : " That's
fat it is, is it ? I was thinkin' it would pe the
roat tc the public-bouse."
We are not rc-.-pon.-ible for opinions expressed by cor'
respondents, our columns beins open to all xor iui
lo the Editor of the Pacific Commercial AdctrXitir:
Sib: I notice in your issue of the 14tli nit.
a communication from . Johnson complaining
of the very harsh tiatmeut he, with others, had
been subjected to in being summarily sent over
to the Test House through the mistaken diagnosis
of a physician employed by Government as au
inspector, in connection with the prevailing
That a simple rash should have been mistaken
for small-pox in the case alluded to, is attributed
by the complainant, to the igiio.ance of the phs- j
lcian. And it must ne evident mat euuei i-uui- ,
ance, or a reckless disregard of profesional j
decency, and the comfort and convenience of j
others, was accountable for an action fraught j
also with danger to the lives of those in behalf j
of whom the complaint was uttered.
Call such au oci unviHV a mist. ike. and then
add the fact that several persons possessing cert- ;
iricates for good vaccinations n cently performed j
by the same individual, have ditd of small pox, ,
and is any oues confidence in his professed
ability likely to be heightened thereby V Or can
we wonder at the not limited prevalence among
natives, as a result therefrom, of the idea that .
vaccination attords no protection against small
I have it on good authority that a lay vacciuu-
tor, not long since, was sent by this same phys-
j ijm f( v.u.(.iuate an infant in a quarantined
house, an whom the eruption of small-pox was
several days old, (and when vaccination coulJ
have .lone u.. posible goo .1) the child having
iin,. .,.,. on tti. vervsam. dav bv the nhvsiciau
himself. The gentleman sent, however, hap
pily recognized the di.-ease, and did not vac
cinate the infant, otherwise he might have
carried the infection far and wide, and perhaps
have introduced it into the veiy bosom of his
own family. Now what could explain such an
action as this, unless it were that the physician
referred to, did not know small-pox when he
saw it, or that he had some ulterior object in
view, best known U. himself. The house in;
which their child was, had been quaruiitin
ea tor ;
two weeks or more, and had been frequently
viifi i,i f in. mt. i-v:, i.v t ns 1 .iivsician : aiKi nan
thii child leen vaccinated, as it oncrht to have
i,ceU) whon the quarantine was first imposed, i
tj10 cbances are nftvtoone that its lite would:
i i. i ' ie ti,;, -o
taken to the Test House, and died there, not-'
withstanding the repeated intercessions of its,
p.irents thntit shot Id be vaccinated: and this
to a regular salaril vaccinator-was this life
uuy the less valnnble because it was that of a :
noil-paving patient? To one actuated in the
pertomance ot tue uneiinns , um.e u .u ,
! of lucre nlone. si:eh inicrht be the case. But
does the law, or the Administration, intend the j
disbursmeut of public monies for the mere.
V ... C a .. I-: 1 1 11. .1 ; rm. ..1 i
oeiieni oi inui KiiiaiK, oi hit i. ii. on .
IjR. KRAFT, late of C'liristiaua t'uivi'rsity, who ar
rived in this country in the " Musca." has cumuieuced
the practice cf tin profession in Honolulu. Dr. Kraft s
. credentials are of such a chnractt-r that Ins proisional
, , .,, , ... . . . ., . , ,
! services will no doubt be in request outside the circle of
j hu felIOw-countrynien.
BY 4 VlHTXn fJIKI... A MUTATION AS
SV IISK-M A II. Addre3 C, Cure Box 0f, I. O.
NOTICE OF DEPARTURE.
riviiR ux dkksigxkd, bnUt 10 leave the Kin.
, 1 doin, now g.ves notice to all V-,n having businem
with him that they maycall upon him Rt once in order to
: enect proper settlements.
' AH KEK.
llo.NOLl LC, June lOlli, 1SS1.
! PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Oil KIN I I A X A IIM ERM rl
X Oil WAY,
12 K nk ii i Siren.
orrosiTE xiin lvcki .m.
f.FKICK HOCKS, S tO I I A. 31. , Si. C tl) 10 P. M.
XT Night Hell. "i-H Jull.lm
JUST RECEIVED ! !
1-1. 13 K U TV
XO. 40. FOIIT STREKT,
A CHOICE LOT OF
NO. 1 FRESH SALMON ! !
jT CALL EARLY, ami .eiir- Good
Article ju Ul.tr
T II E P UliLIC.
1 MECHANIC K.NUINK CO. No. .'herein tend -r their
thanks to the Men-hints, Insurance Agent, Business Men,
and ihe public generally, fir the very generous response and
asistance at the Reneflt tendered to the Compmy at the
Honolulu Music Hall, on the evening of June 4th, 18S1.
Should opportunity ever offVr we will act with our motto, and
"OUR AIM 13 THE PUBLIC OOOI) ':
Per Order Ofllcers and Members Mechanic Enoinr Co. So.l.
TUB OPI IOF.RS AMI MF.MRKRs OF
MECHANIC ENGINE CO. NO. 2, of the Honolulu F.io De
partment, hereby tender their sincere thanks to Mr. F. A.
Harnden, the Director, and all the Ial and g.ntiemeii of
the Amateur Pinafore Company, for the licnefH tendered to
the Engine Company at the Il'.noluM Music Hall. on the
evening cf June 4th, 1SS1, and the rem. mhrance of the per
formance will ever be connected with feelings of pleasure and
gratitude. Per order Officers nud Members
MF.rBiMC Kxoink Co. No. 2.
Honolulu. June 6, 1SS1. junll.lt
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
SECURE A HOMF.STEAO IX A FIXEI.O
CATION, AXU AT A LOW PRICE.
S29500. OXE HOI SE LOT.
house contains Cve rooms 5 carriage houe, stable, and ser
vant's quarters attached. This house is situated on the
plains, and is at present occupied by lir. Weir. Government
water laid on.
$3e,000 Our (ornrr HOl SE,
six rooms, newly built. Cue location, and (rood opportunity to
buy cheap. For further jurticulnrs inquire of
FRANK GODrRl.Y. Cien'l Hnine-s Agent.
7 4 Hotel Strtet.
SOME MONTHS SINCE 1 OIIUAXI'.EO
a irrand Presentation Concert, but was compell-d, on ac-
i ..,n..na K s CO nrlea nmo tWit
i count of trie epiuemic. i i-of".
werks aeo I found other amusements nwru. i again ap
plied to the Music Hall Committee for the use of their theatre,
they giving me their conditions to accept ; but 1 was advis-d
before doing so, to apply for my license. I went and made
application to Mr. Ilasstmrer, and that gentleman told me to
make my DEM AX I) THE DAV BEFORE THE CONCERT.
But a bird spoke in my ear last Saturday to this effect:
" Uo not go to any further expense with your Concert until
rou have seen the Minister of ihe Interior." I called on that
gentleman, and he informed me he was sorry, but he could
not srant me a license. By this unfortunate event I am com
pelled to cloe mv business, and give all for the benefit ol my
creditors. To all who have bought tickets. I beg or Ihera lo
give me time, and P. G. I will pay all.
JAS. F. PICKERING, (late I XL Moie )
Honolulu, June 10th, 1S31. iunlblt
" By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws which gov
ern the operations of digestion and nutrition, and by a
careful application -of the fine properties of weil.se,ec:ed
cocoa Mr Epps has provided our breakfast tables with a
delicately-flavored beverage which may save QS many heavy
doctor's bills. It is by the jud.cious use of such articles of
diet lhat a constitution may be gradually built up until
atrong enough to resist every tendency to disease Hundreds
of subtle maladies are floating around us ready to attack
wherever there is a weak point. We msy escape many a
fatal shaft bv keeping ourselves well f.rtifled wua pure blood
and a properly nourished frame." See article in the Tin
Made simply with boiling water or milk.
Sold only ia packets, labelled :
JAMES E3?PS & CO.,
AUoEPVS'S CHOCOLATE ESSENCE, for JJttrnooa
slon of public anairs from every pomi vi
Correspondents will plt-a.-e observe that an i-n--r--
be autueiitiat.a ly tbo names i-i
sarily for publication, but as a guarantee ot i.-'oa
JUST REGEIVED AT WILLS' r.lUSIO STCiii
IVTos. G and 68 Fort Street, Honolulu. H. I-
Owin- to the great
eouent hard times, Goods
BEFORE. Having just returned from the centres of
advantage of all opportunities in the way of bargains offered
lare Stock of Goods, which I WILL SELL FOR CASH
jggrj offered heretofore.
been offered heretofore.
GREAT R3ES3rtmETIMS AM KOTOOH I
Havinn- purchased these Goods at extraordinary low figures, we give our Customers
the benefit as will be seen by the following prices :
FINE CHAMBER SETS, complete, (Imitation Walnut) $ 44,00
These Suits arc the 5ineUiiil and qusility as those ltl for SSO,
only Two Years ao.
SOLID WALNUT SUITS, full Marble-top, (formerly sold at $125) - -SOLID
WALNUT SUITS, full Marblo-top, (formerly sold at $Io0) - -
Other Suits at different Prices with
c, ni nmim.ot Tnlilosj
P-nv Parlor Chairs. Upholstered Piano Stools, iSouquct x aoics,
- J u
Walnut Extension Tables, vmn icai;; muruie-tup a,., ..
Parlor Suits upholstered in raw silk, hair cloth & spun silk; Lounges upholstered same styles,
Library Office and Dining Room Chairs, Spring Mattresses, Wire Matresses,
Hair Mattresses, Cat Tail Mattresses and Feather Pillows;
Upholstered Folding Chairs and Patent Rockers, (new styles).
csnTOT ISTlEIia: IHESW and JHOlfESSa !
PIJ.CiAXT I AX -EH
Piaiiosa Organs and Musical merchandise ot every Inscription.
Alarm Cash Xills, CIoccs, Jewelry, &c.. A:c, A:c., &e.
CHROMOS New Subjects, New Frames, New Prices
PANELS In over one hundred different Styles and Sizes, and
' PICTURE FRAMES Of
CABINET RUSTIC PICTURE FRAMES Prices greatly reduced, $2.50 per Dozen, 4 for SI.
Also, a Large Variety of BRACKETS, EASELS, MUSIC RACKS, WALL POCKETS, Etc., Etc.
Orders from the other Islands filled with dispatch.
Thanking the Public for their very generous patronage in the past, I hope by close attention to business and a careful consideration
of the wants of the people, to merit a continuance of the same. I. S
P. S.-Pianos and Organs Tuned and
and 68 Fort Street.
BV VIRTUE OF A WRIT ISSUED BY
the Hon. C. C. Harris. Chief Justice of the Supreme
Court, on the 6th of January. ISsO, commanding me to sell at
Public Auction, all the Real Estate of Charles Kanama, de
ceased, I shall sell
On Monday, the 6th Day of June, AD 1881
In front of AUiolani Hale, Honolulu, at 12 o'clock, noon, all
the riiiht, title and interest of the said Charles Kanama, de
ceased of, in and to the Ahupuaa of Waipio, Island of Ha
waii, consisting of 265 acres rice land, of which 155 acres are
5 210 acres, streams, fish ponds, grazing lands, ic, c,
making a total of 5,500 acres, subject to a lease expiring De
cember 31st, 1891, at $800 per annum, payable semi-annually
in advance, and the parties holding the lease to pay all taxes.
In addition to the above, there are certain kalo patches,
called ' Loi Koele o Umi," which comprise an area of 5 8-10
acres, which will be sold with the Ahupuaa, but are not leased.
Also, at the same time aud place, all the right, title and in
terest of C. Kanaina, deceased, ot. in and to the following Real
Estate, situated in Kipahulu, Maui, and consisting of East
Wailamoa, containing an area of 4751 acres.
Ahupuaa of Alenui, the lower portion of whieh contains an
area of 17 i-ii acres. The upper portion of Alaenui contains
na area of about 1,500 acres of heavily timbered land.
Note. The Ahupaa of Waipio contains the finest Rice
lands in the Kingdom, and. together with, the fishiug right,
forms a most desirable investment.
East Wailamoa and the lower part of Alaenui comprise Cane
land and hs there is a Sugar Mill recently erected near the
ground, this also forms a most desirable investment.
TERMS Cash, and Deeds at expense of purchaser. Charts
may be seen and information turnUhed at the office of
W. C. PARKE, Commissioner.
Honolulu, May 9th, 1881. "yl4
IX THE SUPREME COURT OF THE II A -waiian
Kingdom. Kalakaua, by the Grace of Uod, of
the Hawniian Islands, King: .
To WILLIAM C. PARKE, EBquire, Marshal of the King
dom, o- his Deputy, Greeiing: ., .c,.
Y.jU are hereby commanded to summon li A Mr.ll ft 1 r e
(w) formerly a resident of Waimea, Kauai, defendant, in cae
she'shall (lie written answer within twenty days after service
hereof lo be and appear before the Supreme Court at the
April Term thereof, to be holden at the Court Room of the
Court House, Honolulu, in the Island of Oahu, on MONDAY,
Ihe 4th day of April next, at ten o'clock, a. m., to show cause
why the claim of S. Aukai. plaintiff, should not be awarded
him pursuant to the tenor of his annexed petiUon.
And have you then there this writ, with full return of your
Witness. Hon. Charles C. Harris, Chief Justice el Ihe
Supreme Court, at Honolulu, this 9th day of March, A. D.
(feigned.) A. ROSA, Deputy Clerk.
Have not served ihe foregoing summons on Ihe within
mentioned Kamehaiku (w), she having left Waimea nine years
aeo. and her whereabouts is now unknown.
(Signed.) W. C, PARKE. Marshal.
Honolulu, Oahu. s.s. I hereby certify that the within and
foregoing is a true and faithful copy of the original summons
issued in the Libel for Divorce, S. Aukai (k) vs. Kamehaiku
(Wv and also of the Marshal's return thereto; and that by
reason of said Marshal's return, the Court, at the April Term
thereof. A. I). 1881, did order the case continued to the next
uly Term, A. D. 1SS1, and that in the meantime an attested
copy of said summons be printed as prescribed by the Statute,
requiring the said respondent to answer at said July Term.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand this 3rd
day of May, A. D. 1S81.
JXO. E. BARNARD.
my7 61 Clerk Supreme Court.
AII.MIXISTRATOR'S NOTICE. THE
undersigned having been this day appointed Adminis
trator of the Estate of C, S. Bartow, late of Honolulu, hereby
notifies all persons owing said Estate to make immediate
payment thereto, and all persons having claims against Baid
Estate will present them to the undersigned within six months
from this date or they wiil be forever barred. And all per
sons having deposited property of any kind with said C. 8.
Ilartow, wiil call at once and clnim the same.
' RICHD. V. BICKERTON,
Administrater of the Estate of C. !. Bartow, deceased.
Honolulu. April eth. 1S31. ':jy apr9 2m
BOOT & SHOE MAKER.
THE GOLDEN BOOT,
HAS REMOVED from his old stand, next door to Dr.
Hoffman's, on Merchant Street, to the
opposite side. In the
Where he will be prepared lo manufacture in first-rate style
And will do REPAIRING of all kinds at lowest rates.
q q 9
HE GUARANTEES GOOD WORKMAN
SHIP AND A PROMPT ATTENTION
TO ORDERS. junll,lm
depression in business on the Coast and in Eastern Cities and
can now be bought for CASH
STOCK OF FURNITURE COMPRISING
3L,ine of First-Class Goods,
FRESH FROM THE FACTORIES,
i r it ii rnnim 'I'oMou VVMuit -lints: Ar. Ull Mflll(l
A SUA iSJiP, JI1SI .OI"
iLmerican Sewmg Svilacnine I
every kind and description made
Repaired by a First-class W orkman. Leave
The following Goods whieh will be sold at
Kales Best California Hay,
California Hard Red Bricks,
Barrels Fresh California Lime,
White Bros.' Best English Portland Cement,
Manila Ropes, Blankets, Pea Jackets,
Cases Salmon, 1 and 2 lb. tins;
Cases Oysters. 1 and 2 lb. lins;
Ales, Wines and Liquors ;
Cases Martell's Brandy,
Cases Bontelleau 4-diamond Brandy,
Casks Bontelleau & Hennessy Brandy,
Cases Cutter No. 1 and O K Whisky,
Cases O F C K F Whisky,
Cases Dull Gordon Cherry,
Cases Best English Port Wine,
Caes Best California Port Wine,
Cases Claret, best brands;
Cases Old Maderia and other Wines,
Cases Best English Ale. qts and pis;
Cases Best English Porter, qts and pis;
Cases St. Irfiuis Beer, qts and pts;
Cases Bora Beer, qts and pts.
All the Well-known Brands
BEST ENGLISH ALES & PORTER
tOXSTAXTLY KEPT IX STOCK.
All the above mentioned Goods will be sold on the
Most Reasonable Terms
F. T. LENEHAN & CO.
TIlo Notice !
General Groceries and Provisions,
ALSO, A FULL LINE OF
: -. 9 X T J. t
i E"? TT1 OKG1' S iX flterialS.
I have now connected with my Establishment
TVIIIXi: DEPOT !
Where Fresh Milk from the wel-.known PAW AA DAIRV
may be obtained.
Goods will be delivered in any portion of the City, free of
Orders from the other Islands attended to promptly.
Je4 lm J. I. RAMSEY, 67 Hotel Street.
LAND FOR SALE!
raiGHTEEX ACRES OF SUPERIOR
Ills' LAND, situate In Kalihl Valley, Kona, Oahu, to be
had at a bargain.
No lietter land can be found for the cultivation of Bananas
and all other tropical fruits. Title perfect.
Fee simple. Full particulars given at the office of C. T.
Gulick, No. 1. Kaaliumanu St., or by A. tierrjert, lormer pro
prietor Hawaiian Hotel. June43t
DR. THACHER'S DENTAL OFFICE
Will be Closed,
jellm UNTIL FURTHER XOT1CE.
W. 0. AKANA,
Chinese and Hawaiian
. Translator and Interpreter,
vO, 48 KIXG STREET, HONOLULU.
Translations of either cf the above languages made with
accuracy and dispatch and on reasonable terms, my21 ly
WHY DON'T YOU CO
San Francisco Grallery,
T NUTJAND STREET.
AND HAVE Y0TJB PICTURES TAKEN,
lbs Cheapest and. the Best T tay38 In
LOWER THEN EVER
business, and I have taken
by buying for SPOT CASH a
Cheaper than goods have ever
at greatly reduced prices.
your Orders at Wells' Music Store, Nos. 66
Writer, Collector, Copyist
General 33nsiness Vgent
No. 14 King St., (opposite Bethel Ht.,) Honolulu.
Rents and Bills Collected,
Houses, Lands&Rooms Rented.
Books Kept by tuk Week, Month or Ql-artkr,
at reanonable rtitcn.
Quarterly Bills made out, delivere-d and col
lected. Constitutions, By-Laws, Reports, fcc, &c, ol
Committees, JSurvevn, &c, drawn up with
accuracy and dispatch.
Amamensis and Copt ijt Work done for Invalid
or other -icrsonB requiring bucIi Hervicfu.
J5P Constant attention to tlie iutereftu ol
nitrons, and bunincHH pRcrrtN jirPHervcl in
violate. 'raniS UKASOVAUI.K. IMTUOYAGi: SOMtlTKD.
njy2t tf .
nXCCfil.KNT PASTURAGE IS
JLTi offered to owners of horses, where their stock will bt
well protected in enclosed ground, and obtain the
TJestt of rVIfi liieriio Gi'iikh.
The pasture land are only a short distance from the City,
and all stocks on the lands are under the supervision of com
petent attendants, so that
Ownrra illtr best or atork umy send
llirir Horses to this Psitarsgr
Miihoni four ol INJURY rr-
ullintf during their alny.
XT NONE BUT GOOD STOCK TAKEN, and at rwoM
Orders or horses left at No. Ill King Street, will be linn"
diately attended to, and horses will be returned at any lim'
desired, to the same location.
ORDERS (only) may be lift at No. 1 Ksahumanu Street.
mv21 lm CHAR. 1. uiiuis.
THE 1IUSIXESS COMMUXITY AND TIJK
Public gencrrally are informed that I have succeeded
making arrangement with competent linguists, and am prs
pared to supply TRANSLATION d from or 10 the English lan
guage, or either of the following languages:
Hawaiiun. Frrurh, Grrn.nn, llnliou, Span
ih. Psrtanrnr, Cliiaes.
Ord-rr attended to with promptness. Accuracy guarantee.!.
Copying, Engrossing, and writing of every de crlpilon dou
with neatness and dispatch. CHA8. T. CL'LICK,
my21 lm Ko. 1 Kaahumaou Htreet, llooslulu
MURDER WILL OUT.
BUT WILL IT EVER COME OUT HOWT
IXECAXT P1CTIEES IRK TAKKX SO CHEAP
AT THE SAN FRANCISCO GALLERY.
78 N L'l? ANC STREET. myiWD;
NOTICE in REGARD to VACCINATION.
raiilE FOLLOWING MEDICALOENTLB
JL MEN will perform vaccination gratuitously mr all
may desire it and who will call upon them 1 Dr. MeOrew, a
bis office on Hotel ltreet, from 2 till 4 P.M.. on TuursasJ
and Friday. Dr. Hoffmann at his oSiee oa Merehant siree
daily from 10 10 11 A. M., Dr. Uutcbiuson, irom to r.
on Thursday and Friday.
N. B. EMERSON. M. D..
myl 3t Vacclnatiug officer for the Island of "u'
COOK. WANTED, SITUATION
first-class Cook, or for aetr and w.fe. Reference allow""
to Mr. 8. M. Daman. Apply care of M. Q. Correlr.
Hotel Btreel. J l