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PACIFIC C O M M M E R C I A L ' ADVERTISER, FEBRUARY 18, 1S8.
tuue iuimijrr. .ie Table for 1882
our article of la-
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Zealandia -A rll 1-5
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An-tniia'. June II
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City .f fj'.Urjr - I 3
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ity ..f New V'-rk . . ' t -"
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City of Kydney
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FKIU.M. rtURKAKY IT.
BixiIom jiuiarTctIIy bu itmtl t'ul !rrtly J ir
tagtbaput vwik. nl lb l:;'.t :va tj trv!. by
ta Uim Daiat of arrtTU f; ." tti..ut w.tti v.t
pUny adkOU'l to lh? u t:'.f tuit rn.-ket t.U try
Ukaty coattiiu fur m l:ttk t om.
Th lmp'rt4 siac :,t wr.'.nj ln.-Iu.!--- tl.r u.iv I-
luuoaj car(i by taa CT.E, n. fr-.rj Bn-.utu. -t ( ru.
dncta by tba W O Irin. W U ! r. til.k.nv f nok
and tUunir Mary Ttiutu te: u .'m hu. ..j. ibi a
amall cargo by lh Ctty ,t Nir V .r Ir m A-i.trii TU
llary Tatbaiu brnt;ht a int:i I. t ut r 1Ui.--4 Uir-
chaadlao frio H jnik. f .r tr. fc-.it Ur.cf; tUr City of
!fW York Lr"Hit trriu:.' au-nM'iu t B'ulj I""",
T total talua cf thr !.;-. rt f- r t.- k. . lnitT- '.f
trtaaara will f.xjt o a'o .nt jlol i.
Tha axp-irt crn4t.t vf la irj f .l-.rur.ii-- j r'Hl.i.
tako by tba rort i-rr. n I .ty ..f N'w V rk l St
Fraoclaci, an. I Amelia to f'Tt Tui:. n I. -v.mti:j ti
alaation t tl04.W-.7').
TA Itrtmrf Mary Tullniii vxii i n Ihr j't.t in..t.. T r
Hocgkootf dirwt, atil tfir i., ,v.r f r Sau I riv I .o
tha unit date.
Tfca P. M. s. H. Auti.!l t .lue hrr- f r-fin S.i I rim In
to on tha I'lth Hint. SI.e i r .UI.!; br.nx !:' - Ibe
PORT Or HO:lJLULU, H. I.
A KRIV t f.S.
Tab 11 Stair Kltaura II. i.Trmii Eahulnl
11 St ur C 11 Ki-h... friu Kanat
11 Stmr Jamra lk- '. fr n Kauai
II S-hr kii-.Inl. frwm Kabulul
11 n.-hr K..b Ry. iruui M . kit
It Stmr .M..k .111. fmiu Klaii
1 Stmr Likelik-. from Hi!o
li stmr Ubr. fr.in M...kai ami Mm
li br Prlm-e. (t.r Kuna an 1 K.m
I- V Stmr Iwsltiit. frxn k..na ao-l Ka.i
1 S. hr Finili:. fr'.iu H .ii-.kia
1:1 s. br I.lholih... fri.ru l.tbua
lJ-S. br Waiebn.frutn Maliko
lJ-n. hr Mni. kwai, fr..m awili-jril
1 H- br Nrttitt .Mrrrill fr .m Ibaiua
14 s.-hr Kat. froui .I . .kl
15 3:br Waoli. from Paaubaa
Feb 11- -Orr I k C K I;iih'(. Vlt. r. Brrin. n
II Aui bktu J A t ;kiuljii.-K. 1 r
1.1 Am bri W it Irwin. Turner. S K
II Am hut W II Mryer. U'.we. S F
14 Aru l.ktne l.nr k. PruUallow. S I
1 11;- atmr Mary Tatiiam. ij .rl'T. S f
l-t l-IiS City of New Vurk, Cobb, Sy.Inev. -t. .
OKI k K t't K
rb Il-S. hr Kanik. ao-ili, f r II n.. ka
11 s-hr Mali.li. for liilo
11 S. br e.,hcikl, for fi.hotkl
11 Klii Kniaiuaon. for SUr 51:11
11 hlmr Wliiinlo, for Waimanato
I I stiar Kilauea 11 u. for Kahulul
I Stmr Jainra llakre. f..r Kinat
I I H hr Kaluna. forcruomra
I I s'hr .Mana. fr Hoij .u. j
1.1 m hr Himln. for krt.kna
It-stmr iJkrhkr. f..r Hilo
14 Stmr C K llin.;. for Kauai
14 stmr Ijrhuw. for Maul au.l Jl..I.al
14 S-br I.ealit. for Il .nolpu
1J Hlmr Mokolil. for K.x.lau
Tab 11 Ilawo S- hr J.ilit. Tlernry. s-.ntU S.-aa
II Am bktne l b I. re. Marb. Kareka
II -Am bk Liueral.l. L r l ft Towonena
M Am bktua Aiuetia. Newball H Towovrul
M A it, l.kftie .rrt Ij'fra. Wlii.ltnsr. M 1'
1 PAIS- City ..f Nrw York. Cobb, h F
rtiMKIU.V VrSKI.S l. IMIUT.
Am bktne Ii. ory. IVrrliuao
A ru bh U W Ahuy. froiiuo
Or bk .loul. I..rl
Am bk Aiuy Turner. X"rll
If awn arhr Jenny v al'irr. Ku. k
Am bk .'iill.airlo. iiubbar.1
br ablp iiuke f Aliert'orn. limula
Miaiuary tj SI .rnia Star, llray
Uwn Uri I'l.Miare. Irr
ter bk C i l::t.p. Wait.-r
Ur tmr M iry l.tna'O. w. rtry
llawn bk Kalak mi...
tliu bktue f.iirt kn. I'rnnal!'.a
AnbkntJ A Ira.kuiLur torbea
Vl lu.-cieJ frm Farrlga fvia.
f WSjJ Australia. . F
tk t eyliir. K yn. i ruri-e. frbruitry.
Alalanta. l.ivri'l. lar h. to J r Watrrliu-.
bk Karl lmJnou.w. fluxion via t Mt-'baela. March, t.
lrrt at Co.
bk Kilwant May. I.irri'l. April. i W M.frlaie Jt t
Ilk rurne.a AI.Ley. l:ot..i. pril. to I'.reairr Jk Co.
bk Llx.i- liell. LirrMl. l orau.l, I T ii l)ar.
U B il S Trtuiupet. I. Lil. .ll.tfl
Am KUuboal lr ii. t. S . U' t.'I
Am i'h,' A'laai". .allw ilbtfl
Aru bk rhoinj ..n. Orpartur bay. I'el.ruary
bit Stella. Nw V..rk. April. atle A Coke
bk A.tolpU. Urnii. ti. Jnne. II Ha. kfrl.l A Co
bk f artilox. brnn. Q. Jaa. , U llktrl l i o
I " 1
UOMi Tilt tVIUKVKH.
Tba C BUhop I Ji haridfiK at the Mall wharf.
Tha jlu; Ttlliuia In at tue.'.Iail wharf, aul nail iu
Momlay n-Tt for l..tia..u.
The Dlwi'tery U at the lplanle ippmite t!ie C'i.t.iu
HouM fully lua.lr.1 an. I nilt t.stay tor trie luwi.
Tha A.l.iul will pr.b:.!y all t.ilay. Itb. froru Allen A
ltobin.' wharf, for N y York, tarrylu SS tou au-ar.
The KaUkina at .r.r.aon't wharf dmtiarxini;
raplJly. i hi erl ill h imtl retnra to the Cusat.
The W II .Mryer i ullln f o t of tha Xuuan j-etrrrt
wharf, an.l tne t alamb.ir at thf upper aide, both tlla-
Tha Pouiara haul al..cvi'l " Mouday, and will cotu
tuenc l..a.linj. l.i I. Iwa will probably tak hrr
pla-a la tba atream.
The Caibartaa ! yrt tu t u -.traiu. luit If uiir arriTr
in kmh! .ual)tlty during t . ik t wr k. rbe uill haul in
anU eifumrn-e i..tin Irr.ret., al present art Dot rrry
Tha lke of A'r-ir; i in k r lit poutiou opposite
tha CiiKtoui lloni . -till ul l arUii;. he will coiiiineme
to b al ani(ar llor.laj, u I will aii lor Tortianil ab.;u
tha Xlrii luxt.
The Ida Si bruiirr L hauled alunaide the Esplanade
and a ateam engine hna been frrimr.l Into aer ice to pump
her out. So f ar O.e efforU to hxhtrn ber have provfr-l
ilri'rM.'ul and Mr. s- rrri.a bopra to be enabled to di
ehariie the taro in b r al pr:eut. during tne txt week.
Accident to the m
.-blurry delayed the City
of 2St w
.l..n Irr arrival S-mth t
t onboard alt.r leal ii. ,
The Zeal.in.ha waa o i-rr.tinr
Two raeft of aiuali-pox broke out
The ateanirra both ell Cattle and Suez, with a UUJiUr
of Chlneae, bad arrived al Sau Iran. taco. Cue of thcir
ateamera may tmur hither.
The Aaatralla will banlly arrive ou the I'tii intt. aa
tbla aeaai.n of tue year I particularly b .i.trr out on the
Atlantic, and auow at..rina ot -tru. t tai Iway travel over
tba niooutBitia, therefore, the mail 105 be late iu arriv
ing In San 4 rtni m ii.
Tartnouth. X. S.. built dnriu ! 1 a total of iti v,a..-l-.
tueaatinnif I H."t toll. It la aaid that tu l" rtlou to
y ipulatloo Yarmouth la the lar'rat aLi,.'W uini; p.rt lu
tna world, there beini three tona for every man. w .niau
tut rhlld in the country.
A Waahiiiiiton. l. .. diiat. h tin l-r dat of January
3:1.1. at.te that : " aptaiu l-ran l.-r ieua ktrta ou t:ir
Witt) for Honolulu vta Sin i ran. 1 . t fake command of
the ateam whaler . N. rth stnr t a;. tain Owrn'a --i i
aim. it alw at a a pioneer alnp In the Arctic wa. and lie
will barrtnif ac idetitt. be tlie flr-it t comiutinicatit with
tha Hodtfert in the S rim.'. aptaiu Uta will rea. h st. 1
Lawrence ray before tbe iloder rau wet out of V luter
quarter, and u will comiu.iiii. aie with that rt. l a
Zioa aa p.ible. aendiuif over the , . tf lie, iirj, all '
letlT orot.'ier tliina that t:.o frimdt of the t.fti era aud t
rr-w ff the ll -lxrr my .Ir.ire to aen.l tbein. an I Ibe.e
wtll be forwarded by ibe i-,tnmaa.ler-tn-Chlef of the
Bureau of Xaviatiou, thr.nh t al'talu eu. "
Captain Mattaon of the barnruttne Harvest 11 .:nr. :
who b lately wem ath-re at Att..ria. It now -atttri.d Kiit :
hia ahip I"" wa ..cca-iloned by the error contained lu
Tanne it Almana.-. I'm the moutu of January lu it. the
eoiUkli jU of tune 1 de l:i tr f r-uu the appareut time. 1
wuere It '...ul.l at l-l iaptuu braunan of tbe
MeUn.-thon. i. e arrive. I. aaya but for tie fa. I tuat lo
Ka.1 tha oi l nautical aimao.- -"rll a Teurieot'a. ln
bark mUlit alt. bv is a- i.-re. Aft r til tibf-raati u
of tMe l.itli lri. accordimt t Te-.uenl. be waa 1.1 1 1 Jo,
where bit true poiii"U wta I - - te. a ilitlerrnre of
314 mtiea. .tit 1. In nm ir. ti.-u with the abovr. the
f..ll.iwliii com run lie ti. n aj f-ar 1 iu the A'.tt of
thai Jttli lual : tt. nti..u ia cal le.l to t:e luipotlant er- (
eov In Trtnirrit tloiano.- f.r lt- : iu t.i- appli. at."U f
tha I'laMou of tune l i tlie rolmou f- r Ja'. i
.inat.on it uiirV I. T be r. tru t I. wo. u II
k. a.l.lar'. and at tne ra. latum at t h tune . I tne
th llarveat Home w ia aiil leu or vievru iniiiii'. . ;
plied the wrorM w iy It w .ni l ra-i-- an rrr- r .1 ..(
r.nlv no nil tea In l!io ahiy a tim.-. Thl Would account
... .11 IK. error clal:ie. by the raptam f t bl
eter. Bu-I will probably r
bar loaa. "
I t'le rne if
J. W it . 1. la.t. r.
TH Ab-tract Kryt.rt..f S,ip...n,' slat.-t;. -f the . 1.
. ..( 4 ran. i-.-o f .r l"l. k t'il l'u
e f-diect -r
nt. d. aa in
ennipletet au l r ' int. to VVa.l.iu-t .n. bj In
t..n Thrl mil .w fh it there are d h-iiui.
- .1 Ida cioae of t.lr tear. "..." Vea-rla IU all
which are aaili urf ve.el- and tr'-l are ilrvurrt
. ,.i i 1 h. nui.t oii Irt t . 'il :;1 iu f-reii,ti tra
increase tu vetel i ter ll.n nnnilier lu aervi.e at Hie
of I tu.rtrr., ami the In. reate lu to'ina," -
4 thirty-three ve.eU have ..e., built during the
neat year, bavliuf a tol.il rr.pti-ily of ..i-- - ; Iweiity
fonr veaaela. With a ca;.i-:l. It toua w-re l -l at aea
andwreckrtl; andt-o r..ei. w.tb a ra1a.11 .f 1. 1 -
tona were aiHH.il. :ie I a.t i.n-11 f r n.-e. I lie nu.rittr of
reaae a loetBI -ea. cm I ah,..., I m-d ui.fct d-.r-
Inif t.tl wa Oi'teeu ..!. 1 the prlo.; -. Ilirte
v,.aeUw-re-d il.. n r r . .- r . d .r.r. the ,r.r-r,ve le
thaa the previout ye-.r imriu-: IMe laat .juarler t asi
aeven veaaeia were bru t . ur a-h.-.n-Ta. .i.e al.T. p and
two ateaniera having a t Hat .arriln f raparity of I
tona Iarln the mm' ttm'. -bt veasela were 1t and
wrak-l, with enp-tutof V'l '
i rei k Liih mrurr' I thri:;:l."iit the
'1 C'liur-.-red J.O..V. and the et:mate l val
. l wa ? 1 . pn.-r- ti.ooi. .,f l. i- n reat lln t
!:. ! ..''j . I ' -m: ...red ito
ir t:.re u n u;. r- a In wr - k .f :.VJ
t a!--..t - i.' .!. in tie- value if pr'.p--t
t - xr !n (..-. u an 1- I ti'tiai one
r:.i ; 1 ..f t:i. 1 "t 'f lmlV'f
i: V ' - "f iif.'jr.ml :.l- I ll-t t.f
'r 1..rl ti-r:i t- ti! f 1.'. "f
world 'luting I
nf "f t r"ii-rtT :
a. i I it- .1.!
the j-fv: n . j .
aret ait ! n- r--a -e
e.tr 1 t::- i .
f r ri-l t
I !;::.: ith -i
wl.i. ti Ul a. r-
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Ij'tlHu .'I I..t ll. I
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t Ihl', Auttlmn I
nr ku n. tour werr j
l;r Iiiti r.:len. I e,
Ja':le.. m., ; V.re.-iii
riv. w . I si t;. r,
I ii I ll t i,ua
. .1 ! !.. . f w h l.'.l
.i -r" Iliiti.ti. Nlurly.
1. kitx.k ri.!!iiiii. 'l
t in x x ,. 1 dri?r..y-l I.y ci-
in'" t:i- ! -t vi. fr:,.
f ..in ! r- I. : tnri.-.l. U l,r..k-
Kl vrb lrr ku..iii t.; Lv b u !. !tll
xta II it:i jr J w:th prr "r-. p-tr
i- iiiu. pr
a ari .
I Lr t .tal l.v ..f !lf-
lu Ul.'l, SI, W JuriL i
The wl.aiiu.f b'.rk Pa. :ri I 1 Mil burthen. nai:k at !
Fana.ua, C. A . on ttw .'to ! Jrtiuary. 'Hit follu-mi '
J irn. nii.r U'ti r- .:ir.i ;
i be ti , lyii. In tin j tj r a 1 it- 1 bttea 4
ar. 1 tv i. ;r o:o ti t t..v:i. :. J ami 'j-.i ink u or cak
i.. 7 r - brrrN vtni' b t j be p.it oo b-ard a i
ri.'rM I 1 1 u. next it. ri..:i. tje t'. in- e of her rjO a ,
t u i f ..ii ma I bo:-e bu t; been lau-led. The veael 1
wat : t. .re, !ru t;.e b-W and bu:m eaiiy by the ac- '
ti. n .( li.? ti'tr. an!i ctv.ut 11 oVlork on lb lilj-jut ci n .
ti- i tiir-w f.-r I'ift.- irj.!i:. . tliat . arm.- brotJ- ,
i 1' : i lu t..t .L i. J ut at tuat luMiLru! a beav ler paB i
tniu :.ul r-ne fr ,-.u Vf: r. the Tl a lit :
t i-rl. ai.-l rau.iu nil la- ri, of oil to aiide to that
"I 1. , 4n i at l.e !ia I no - r -1;- went over on her b- am
u l.. Ir.at i .a.iu Lr 1 aii 1 uil.nd and bulled to tbc
!.: t .lr ;n, Iulv ii ii l.'.r il.ul t iu. iaT. and tn-
I in.i' i Ci I. fcil'i -.! li.' 'Ji-tn. ab'B t e i utJ hi .
- 1 ;o i-t u.i't. r w.ay aiid imi iluwu and are if be .
. I he t.t anv -iiin. i t.y tue aid ol tl.e Europa a ;
rr. a. I tj.r c.l mat iv. I Ir-.iu tne l'a- Itc. waich mean- .
ti.iK' ba 1 unk in an la:u :ua of wattr; the orb-.-era and
rrr utt-l rt-.lniiii: .i ti.rir floh but te clotlilu tbey
had on. A .lin;t. ti -lar I i'&uania Jan. 1 4 atatee tnat ef
f rtt bad Ix-rii ma lr to r . r minkru e-ael but bad
- tar pr .r 1 uu ..r. ul.
1 be Iir:t;:i hi; (' .. i.-c. arr;ri in Sau rnm Iv'u n
January .-jth, La.u.y n le.ard revru catawaja. who were
pl.'ke.l up on the i on tt..- 1 t:i ir.t.. In lititudn it
.1- n-.rtii i ri- l ii -lr i-..-t. 1 or -a-tanaa Were (rofu tne
' s on liii. M i;t n. un l.-r l.iwli.u col r. wbi.-U
aail.d fr .iu '. a-tl.-. Au ul .tu liut for Sau rram li o.
la l. n With run!. 1 hire lay brfore Chrixtmas, when lu ;
latitude. I dr. Nor'h. I .i:t J-l- liOdrtf. U r.t. hertarxo '
ul c al um ,ln. .,v. r"l l'i U- un firf. 1 be burning ablp
i lin n to In.- Pa. Id'- o eau. North of the toiiab r. witli
the (,Ui.,-.a Uland aa the lir.rrrt laud. i he Milton
bad t Iity iur. r . r-r.na ou board, fourt'-en belu before ,
the maat. Tney were distributed iu three bata. t apt. j
Mc Vrihur liM.k conitnaud of the lotijj boat, and bad with
him hit wifr, wlin m In a delicate condition, bia two
lulant aona and aevcu aailora ; the aerond I ini boat waa
Iti i-'iero-; t.f t!.e rbu f otScrr. anil the gi (the teacued
b.at J In charge i f the necond ollicer. ea' h having a ro:u
plrineLt of uht i-i,,li;. TLi became aeparated from
the other boat, au l it ii-cupaut4 went tbro.ixh all the
humble auerini'a of wai.l f.nid and water, bealdea
the constant pain from their crauiJ;.J poaitlotia. The
catawaya were in their amall ami frail craft twenty-three
i.. la. kui4 t- u hour-, wbeu fortunately Blunted by the
Cat bin, the m en.; of the burnlu of tue Milton being out
of tne iferit-ral course .f vennelif. What became of tho two
lou b-.att aff-r the "J 1 of Jauujry la not known.
Ou the 3!t of December laxt the bark lUnler left i'ort
fowm.-n I. U'. T , for li -nolulu. with a cario of lumber.
aud was abau.loiied at f a, on the J.M January. The ve
1 mat i -r.iiiuiu li- l by C i.t;u J Hiu II. VVultT, and waa
owned by i'op k Talbot of San franciat-n. The follow
lu ' i-.i.uii if iflven by the mat... John liyau : " On Jm-
uary :t l we eui o. niter, d a nouih-weat Kale which lanted
tiutil the I'll at noon, and on tne moruiiiK ol the 5th at
1 p.m. a Htoriu ar-we from the m. iilh-ea.it. At 1 a.iu the
wu i Mliifted to the aoiitU-wert. rauaiiiir a heavy i roat aca.
We then wore ahlp. At 7 a.m. the wind increaai-d to a
Kale. The ahiji tneu beau Kakin, and all hands wire
ordered to the pii'nj.ii. The captain attended to the wiml-
tnlll pump, wliirli lit- roii.trin ti-.l himxelf. There belu
three feet of water lu the bold at 10 a.m., we Bounded the
pumpa and fouud that the water was Kuiuln The ahip
wan laboring iu a heavy at-a at the time, hlicd the fore.
naxtle and galley with wattr. putting the ure out. At
II :a a ru. a heavy w at ruck the veaeel ou the atareoard
aide, which ahifte.l the deck load. t-.e iu tue cabin and
threw the fthip ou her lieain riid. The captain, who wait
attending t the pump, waa thrown by the aea aamt
the mirUMtay. which broke hia back and fractured bl
ak ill. The at-at waahed over ber, carryinKaway the boata
et.r The floatinx ina-tt and lumber carried away the
rudder, the - riiuinii' bixh. wa-ihed clear over her,
and Compelled u to lash uumlven fast tin to the poop to
keep from tieini; .li.il overboard. The proviamua
were all nearly wa.-het away. The barrela containing
f re tli wat r were it ur im. and the tink in the fore batch
a ". i inl wilu alt water. At p.m. ou the 5th the atorui
moderated, and we theu built a fire in the cabin. V e
lived In the cabin until the luuralui of the 7th, when the
aea warned Into the cabin, compelling ua to wove i ll
hrr p.M p ! i k. where we lived until tne storm atiated-
Ou tne tub the wiu I ahifted to the northward, brmk'mn
at nne weather, whicli Iaab-1 tcu daya, dtirlng which
time we ba.ll a raft ; on thi we apread m a;l. under
winch we lunl. on Ibe niornmi; of January 15th v.e
alghted aail to the leeward, bound aouth. which waa out
of ath'bt iu an b. ur. At the burial of the captain, on the
morning after hit death. I botibed the uieu tliattjiy were
now in my charge and tuat the principal tuiutf waa to
make the provlaiona laet a lonx aa poaalble. Tbey all
paid atru-t alt. ntioieTo my commanda, and at timea, al-
tu .iu'h j;reatiy aurleriu Iroiu buniter, wonld not touch
anyttiiui; except their allowance. Uu the mornim" of the
r.'u.l. we "ilite. 1 a vee. wl.nh proved to lie the inx
Urient. Captain V illiama, b.und for the t'miiua. When
the Orient reached ua it wat too roui;h to lower a boat,
and ahe atayrd two .1 ty a, w ben we were taken on Ward.
Thla wa- iu 1 .titud- tj dri;. 41 In in. north, longitude l'Ji.
deif. j mm. weat. Theerew of the liayiier couaisted of
twelve men. who were all aafely lauded at be I lubqua.
Heix rt of City of New Yotk, Wiu. U. Cobb Comniaudt-r.
Sailed from Sydney. January '.''.th. at J 45 p.m. Arrived
at Auckland ou the altt. at 15 p. ui halletl theaawaday
tl :j p.m.. ttuttril tbr lti meridian of longitude r'ab.
lotb. uu W ediieaday. t'roniary sth. at '2:'J p.m. etopeil
until 6 p in. of tba foliowinif day to effect certain repair
to Ibe riiK'ine Arrived at lion-. lulu, t ebruary I'.lh at
' j t in. Had pleaeant weather dunmf the pama-e ; en.
countered no S K " Ira I. a " not with the N t - trade a ' 4
Jereea aoiith of the touator.
Ii-rt of br'.antme W. O Irwin. Turner. Ma-tr.
Silled fiom San fnurl-ci 1 1 bruary lal. paaat-d the
lira at lii.u ; wind ll.'ht N for the brat four da)a, theu
NM). tnoih rate till blht Lf the l.'th. Theu experienced
Itpmj raiteriy i:iall4 with very heavy ralna. laid too
during the night vn acrouiit of the extreme darknt aa and
tue near proximity of the land, lud deeming It prn.irut
to rut. Ou the rentn of the l)tb aiifhted the W II
Mryer coming f rem tbe eaatward. and aa we were lyintf
becalmed lw ptw.l about -I mtlea to the northward. W e
aooii i;i)t a brerr ami lu torn we paiaed the Meyer, and
arrltrd ofl H .ii .lulu ba.-U.r and ! k pilot ou board two
boura ahead of h. r. Arrived lu llonoldla harbor l ebru
ary I J. ro,'" U' daya.
t IM HOKTS. j 1
I' r.. i Sydney per City of New York, 1'eb. lii 70 pk
butt. r. 1 leoxei, treaaurr. 31 rkt otta, 1J pku mla1
fudae .',hij pk'a In trauait.
From San Kran. ic. per Kureka. Feb 15 liai bbla lime,
lar.'r lot (train. bale bay, 5x) ak flour, 9 caaea clocka,
..t dry K'.da. I'J ca cracker, S aafea. r w poata, 3t '
budi.- abiuxo a. til iu buck. ! aka charcoal. lot hardware, I
and lari- lot of grocrrira and canned i.s..ls.
From lloniikonx and sau F'rauclacu per Mary Tathaiu.
Feb. 1.1 From llonxkoiiK': 111 pkK tea, Haj roll matting,
IS pka cit-'ira aud tobacco, 1J pka w ine. From Sau ,
Foauciaco: SJ pki(t tobacco, i! caaea clock, toil aka Hour. '
3 pka furniture, lot of hi nine and general grocer lea t
and provuiona. ;
From San Frauctaco per W II Meyer. Feb. 113 borsea.
33 pkut dry prod. 13 doora. J.a balea bay, 4 t aaes IxM.ta ,
and uot-t, 1- t Ulltc md-e. I.i pki(N hardware 7 caaea ma- j
cliiniry . j kk' li'iuora. il M bricka, 17'.i r w Matt. 100 i
blda liu e, U-al il ahiuxea ; amall lot tfrociulca and I
I .out s .u Francisco p r Kalakaua, K bruary lr; 17
pkt i-aliier. 17 J.kt ahoe nildllia, ;ij yku ni-.llli' ma- '
tlicr-, 511 liale.t bay. 5iJ bolea noap. JJ M brl. ka. 3'XI bbla ;
lt.ue. lar-: lot fc'raiu, 7 pkifa furniture, 4l bdla ahinslet, i
lar0'e lot h'raiu. 7 yki furniture, ivl bdla ahlnjjlra, V
born a; lot iuim: m.l.te.
IruiuMu triui inupcr n li Irwin. F'eb. 14 :) pka 1
ijir. W l.o! v rai. 1 jO bbl lime. 110 tikua lluuora liit 1
I bi;a aaltuou. 3 .! btl. ks, 40 pka glaaa, 1 l'i kea lead. 33 :
boxra Uoott aud ailoea. ti balea bay. IVi bitla ahlliRles,
I U'o pea r w lumber. V j ka furniture. 30 pkK" tobacco, 4 j
bab a priiiKi. paper : lare lot Kfo. triei and can tied 1
From San 1 tatiii-cu per J A Falkinburg. Tcbruary IJ
l.l'W Hour, lu pka liquora. ca clock. 4 pkj; i igara
and t .oa. c... o.. roil. m.tttn. W t bcata tea. 315 rkK l-
,; it, furult lrr M boxea applea 3'J bdla print-
iim pap r 3 pki. ty. 3 pkga baniware. 1.:.1J rwpmu,
4i M le I Imi. l-r. Jl Mbruk. balea bay, 100 pkk't
paint., an I oila. 37 ratea boot a. d shoe. 40 boxe ink, -O
ket powder. 35J pka auar. larK'e lot Cbmeae aud uiisc
grovtrietaud pro i.-un.
1 roiu Ureiuen per C II bi-hop. Feb It !' cak beer.
3iVj pk'a luiuort. ril 7 bbla cement. 30O pkija dry (Imxlt, li
I'Ut piinta. 11 l.irn.turr, IJ pk'a optical iuatrumeuta,
ri ..:ia -1- a 111 oal. l. lo pea alate. 3.t k' 'ilv'd pipe,
ll'i ( dar.lware. 4 1 pk corrugated iron, 4i.7 pkiie roc
eri. ... l-l I. ilea t.-. "ul reeU lence wire, 15 raka ahot,
5o 1 a-kt M.r. 1 11 Lola tar. 311 bndi printing paper,
l'r bxt n-iap. Jt iti l railt, aiuail lot uiiscl lud.te.
t or. t
bk Kainb.iw, Ft b
1 5 Ml.-cellatieoua
I'.t Si.i I'ri- 1 . r Ami lis l'eb lil li.n Lca ru-ar,
j ( 13. ii-4. tior. I. inwi li'iuorr. lom value.
1 41.1.71. :..r i-i. i I'-'.
lorsau I'rtii.i"- 1 p-r lon-t ijuceu. l ib 1:1 lH.aitJ'
pkt a.i,ar. -'.1 Li,'- no . I. 1 l.ucha banana. 3 cl brandy.
P.'U lii-.lr,tt,-lJ,';l,,r- value.
I'ors.ti r'raiu laco per ity of New Y.-rk. Feb 17
.,"- t k .lar. l'. baiit ..flee. 1". pkitt aw a r "t. 1 pki
1-t' 1 leaver. I.jsJ 1. 11 -ba bauauaa. 1 - efierta. lJolu
1 le. i 1 a. .;a.7..
pr .Miry i attia o.
, su I rj
F. b 15-10 Chi
Fr- in San 1 nr.
trtt.i.a... C Kn
1 r I ur. k. F. b 1 5 I
re a. r. Piidii.
i r. u. sau I rt.:
pr J t ilkmbi.r. l,b IJ A IS
!.. r. 11 11 Waller, t K sl.rld'.ti. J Mil-
s riiti-reour. 1 J
! r- .ii sau l ran. it.
Ifirt .1-. M I anii. M
o J r Kalakaua.
t I. H- al. Ki:
Ftb U' .lira
r- 10 W ii. iward 1 .-rl . p r I.skrlikr. 1 . b. I." Ib-n S
1; . r. M Air. li- it. II-I ornwa.1. I . II- u 'V. 1 . I'arke
Hi v lii.nr l.o. .f, 1 lbinn. I 11 I'tnli; -. I I I'nit.
l Alexander. 1 .:.! H smth.
I r -in sy l:.. y. N s w. pr i: ..f New Y- rk. t". I- - .Mr
an 1 .'.lit Knu 1-- 11 a-i 1 i.ve . ..! Ir. n. Miv l y. K A barker
K,i K W U . i. lr- i: W 1. an and two t i.ll Ir. n. J M
V.r.'.ti. II t --. s,;, . t, 1 -.rliar.lt. Jaa favl.r and
t .a . 01 : -. In tr i-it f -r san Fr in-'ia.. 35 rabin aud
M : . .- I a- n r
I', r 44 in Iwar i it p r I.ikelike. I ! 11 li. u H C
f,-,tke. 1" A S. l.f
l lV.i.p-ky. " V 1.
il yi k;r. B.,;i. Mr.
arke. 1 A s. l.f ! r. I.-. li 11 II A n lo. uiatiu. 1. Von
t .11.. Mji.-fit. f I. l.n.au. J 1'.eta.
Ma", an lrhili. l r a T W l.itritt. It Km-
f hel .nt. rt I i
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I . 1 " S!,
arki r and 3 dt.ihK r
ran ia- ". rl'.tyof V w York. Ftb liV W
10.au, - siiu !.. .ir ii.nry. r. I ttet.o. A on
Vt. hi- r. V F Von ley. Mrt J. ni.lna and laiibter. ( bun
I. 11.4. t' i'i:i s 1. t:.. Kirk-. J 'I 'T', J M Kelly. Mra
W .1 i." 11 W ;..tia.u an I wife, tira I'aw.ttt.J T
W at-rb.ci-.-. Mr. J 1. iralau l. 1 II I'helpa. K A litrt.lt
ilti.iana ui. y i' ..ir:.ri. Mra K.-.b-u and daughter. Miaa
La. k. li.t. 1. Altmaik. 1. l W.tlierwell. C II W.ad-miii.'t-
11. ' a:e an I wife. Mm il Ju.l 1. M itreeii. O T
siitpmaii. lar n -- Mai fa laue. Ml J ll"er. Mlaa L
II. .i:i. Mr M . ,v HiII.A T Ke.lal m, J Wilaon. J
fhartee. Cbani: r.-a,'. T llartm. J It VV all. A Ktit-otil.
4 l.ib-.-f and wife 1 J Smitu. 4V F Job lie- u. f Tuliy. W
Hilt--ran. A tin'k. L Kicbar.iaon. L 4I.-Shane. il F L.len.
J Ferry, ilra C'aer. M Laraen. VY Calaer W Hbn. E It
M.lla. J C Xoonau. J Malcolma..u, J Furdy and 5 C'hlnrae,
The actual ,y.
mE ?Aciri c
FEIJUUAltV is, lsvj
I Sunday, lJth February, being the Anni
! versarv of lii.t Majesiy's Accession t the
Tlirnef the previous day was observed as a
! - - ... . .
; liolidav in tlie ijubhc oinces. At
royal salute was fired from the battery at
The Lc-leiohoku Guards (cavalry), the
Prince's Own, tlie Mamalahoa and the
King's Guard, military companies, were
assembled in the Palace yard at 10 A. M-,
and were drilled under the inspection of
Ili-s Majesty. The review lasted until 3 P.
M. when tlie whole body, preceded by the
Hawaiian Military Band, marched to the
residence of H. It. II. Ruth Keelikolani.
when tlie King, the members of His Majes
ty's .Stall and the officers and men of the
ecveral companies were entertained at a
tuau by ller Koyal High nest. Tlie troops
MJbsequently went through a series of man
ouvres before His Majesty and Her Koyal
"ighaicss in the grounds at Kaakopua.
His Majesty will leave Honolulu by tlie
steamer I.ikelike on Tuesday next, Feb
ruary 21t, to- pay a visit to the islands of
Maui and Molokai. The programme of His
Majesty's trip will be as follows:
Arrive at Wailuku by way of Maalaea
Leave Wailuku ou Weduesuay, March
1st, taking the steamer Lehua for Hana.
Arrive at liana Thursday, March 2nd.
Leave Hana Friday, March 10th; arrive
at Lahaina Saturday, Marh 11th.
Leave Lahaina for Honokahau Tuesday,
Ieave Lahaina for Molokai on .Saturday,
. March lth.
Arrive at Pukoo, Molokai, on the same
Leave Pukoo for Honolulu Suturday,
March 2-jth, arriving at the Capital the fol
A mono the subjects at present before the
public for consideration there is one which,
if we do not give it a position of primary
importance, is certainly only second to the
most vital and pressing questions of the day.
This is the Loau question. There has beeu
a great deal of absurd alarm aud discussion
about a 510,000,000 loan, as if the borrowing
ot such a sum were an a flair that could
be accomplished in a day, if the Legis
lature of the kingdom passed a bill to autho
rize it. Men wh ought to know better,
have been figuring up the burden that such
a loan would put on the country, and talk
ing of $."00,0(K) a year or more interest to be
provided for as if such a ma.-s of coin could
be had all at once. Such talk is as vision
ary and foolish as that of the most ignorant
native who may be found voting in favor of
a loan, ami believing in it as a grand polit
ical panacea, without having the smallest
idea as to what is to be done with the
money if it is got. No thoughtful loan
advocate talked or dreamed of borrow
ing such a rum as S10,(X)0,00!l all at
onco in a single sum. Nor, on the face
of things, is there reason to fear that
any measure for pledging the credit of the
count ryvould become a law without care
ful consideration beforehand as to the prob-'
ability of floating a loan on favorable terms,
and also as to what purposes are to be ac"
coniplished by its aid.
The question of raising a loan is one wor
thy of consideiation ami debate by every
sensible man in the Islands. It should be
treated by them, whether nativesor foreign
ers, in the spirit in which such questions
are considered in other young countries.
It is a business question, and at the bottom
of it lies the consideration 44 will it pay ?"
Involved in that is the other grave
consideration " Is it prudent ? " Business
men do not hesitate about incurring liabil
ities when they see a profit before them.
Neither should a nation do so. But busi
ness men take care to count the cost, and to
calculate the results, before they enter on a
transaction ; and so should a nation.
We have then two points to consider In
connection with the proposal to raise a loan.
We have to enquire with care whether the
present circumstances and future prospects
of this Kingdom warrant us iu incurring a
fjfire annual charge for the interest and
sinking fund of a debt. This preliminary
enquiry, must, however, be taken iu con
junction with another, vIjj : Whether any
actual need of the country renders it desir
able thus to pledge the national credit
whether there are good reasons for attempt
ing more than the ordiuary revenue of the
country will provide for. On this point we
know that there have beeu many sugges
tions made of late, which are worthy to be
talked over by sensible men, and whicli, if
i carried Ollt
would involve ex jKMidi tures
than the current revenue will pro-
for. Domestic steamship lines, rail
road lines, and other works of road-making,
deepening the entrance Into this harbour
J and otherwise thoroughly improving it,
j light-houses for several points on the vari
: ous islands, a thorough sanitation of this
city, aud other matters, have all been talked
of and advocated. The business men of the
country should come forward now with
their ideas on these subjects, and on the
whole question of the prudence, or other
wise of incurring a new debt, and so assist
uninformed members of tlie Ix'gisluture to
form a rational judgement ou the matter.
Thf: IisjK?nsary on Mauuakea-street is
thronged daily during office hours by sick
people coming from all parts of the group.
This voluntary migration of the sick is a
new feature in the medical history of the
islands. Tlie Government and the benevo
lent has provided well-appointed hospitals
for the general sick and for tlie lepers ; but
those having need of these institutions were
disinclined to come forward and be treated;
and the ntroug aim of thw law was invoked
to take the sick, esivecially the lepers to an
asylum designed for their care and treat"
incut. Tlie sufferers shrunk with horror
from the ny!tini provided; but now the
same patients and i-eople are coming for
ward witli alacrity to reveal their infirm
ities ami to deliver themselves up for treat
ment. The difference let ween the former
backwardness ami the voluntary presenta
tion at this time is occasioned by an
awkened feeling of confidence of con
fidence In a certain humane care and sym
pathy, impressing the people with a con
sciousness that there is a greater desire to
heal them and return them to their homes
than to make ermanent patients of them
for an institution whose alimentation and
management was supposed to be a con
tractor's job. Let the spirit of humanity
and a sympathetic care of the people be
manifest and they will flock like children
to seek parental aJvico atnl treutmnt.
lliey iieel ;- steuiatie sjinitao instruction,
an J hygienic tre-itineut more so than the
remedial agency of uietiiciiH.
At tlie last session of the le gislature a
coinage bill, which originated with the late
member for Iahaina, was pasel, atui re
ceived the King's assent, but it ha.s been a
dead letter through the government having
abstained fiom taken any actiou njon it.
Its provisions might have been curried out
' A. at . a 1 a 1 1 a.
with profit to the country, whilst rendering
unmistakable service to the public. Mexi
can dollars have been quoted at the Coast
at S9 to 90 cents, all the time, and there
would have been a profit in purchasing and
recoining them into the small coinage
which we want so much. More especially
would the issue of one of the coins named in
Coinage Act th el2l cent piece have been
a service to the i.ublie. There has been no
thing to prevent the Government from pro
viding the community with this convenience-.
It would have not oniy been a con
venience, but a great satisfaction, equally
to natives and foreigners, who would take a
pride in the use of a national coinage.
Ol K Chinese fellow-cftizeiis commenced
the celebration of their New Year on
Thursday afternoon last. On this occasion
the Chinese employee takes pleasure iu of
fering some pleasant courtesy to his em
ployer, and w; know in this instance, where
master or "Mks-e" lias received the gift of
a pair of fow s or ducks, or a pot of ginger
or a stand of die beautif il narcissus in
bloom, with bounties of confectionery and
lichee for the cUldren, who are really at
tached to Achoiir, Afo, or other sons of great
China, who has established confidential
and kindiy relatons with a European em
ployer and famiy. Let these kindly rela
tions be increased and widened. Let no
unreasoning prtjudice stand between Eu
ropean and Moigolian, and as the latter
has, during this festival spread his
feasts for his Caucasian brother to partake,
l."t the latter, inour favored isles recipro
cate with the overflowing bounties derived
from Divine indication, and establish with
the hosts of Si aim a New Year of mutual
good will andfelowship that shall be a new
departure for tht peace and happiness of
Oar Food Supply.
fTlie price of birf cuttle has again uilvKticed,
Ami the butchers find that they must charge
eighteen cents a tumid for beef, with the pros
pect before them -A further iucreuse iu price.
The supply of sheep is evidently limited and
mutton will advuice in the same ratio as beef.
There is indeed ev;ry prospect thut the essentials
of food will becone very costly in this country
through the exclusive devotion to sngar growing
aud neglect of ftod production. Yet we live
here surrounded ly a limitless reservoir of sus
teuance provided for ns by nature the sea
which at every season of the year will yield
abundant supplier, uuutiectej by droughts or
floods or any climatic influence. The waters
round our coasts iwarm with fish. Indeed, the
variety and numker of fish in these seas is de
cidedly remarkable, and yet for all this the ex
perienced housewife will not venture to neglect
to order the restaur supply of btef or mutton,
relyiug upon being able to procure fish instead,
liecause the supply is always so uncertain aud
the price always high. Even at the advanced
rates of the present day mutton and betf are
generully chvapei tlntu fish, uud it not unseldom
happens that the market is wholly bare of supply,
i This onght not to"be so. Capital ought to
step in to assist die desultory labor now em-
ployed in the btisiaess of fishiii''. We think that
some of our well known gentlemen of large
means who possess fisheries might organize a
; fishing enterprise. With suitable craft iu which
to curry ou the fisiing and proper tanks or re
servoirs to keep a supply iu, near the market, so
as to iii:uautee a sunoly in bad weather, the
: undertaking wouldnot only prove a very profit-
! able one, but woull be a veritable boon to the
; public. There are pleuty of choice fish of which
, we never see any stpply in the Honolulu market
' which might thus e made available to the large
j number of cousuuers who would welcome them.
! Turtle and vuriom forms of shell-fish are also
really plentiful liroughont the islands, and
might be plentiful and cheap in our markets too
if anyone with eubrprise and a moderate amount
of means would ta;e up the business of suppl3.
Birthday of Her Royal Highness
Princess Ruth Keelikolani.
Our account of the celebration of this
event in last weak's issue concluded with
a short notice of he Reception and Ball held
ou Friday evening, 10th inst. That euter
tiiinmenu was tiuly roj-al iu its character,
the utmost pains having been taken to pro
vide for the gratification aud comfort of the
crowd of guests. The reception, which was
at eight o'clock, was very fully attended.
We give below a list of those to whom in
vitations were extended ami, with the ex
ception of a few whoso absence from town
or illness precluded them from being there,
all who were thns priviliged availed them
selves ot the opportunity to pay their res
pects to Her Koyal Highness. Towards 9
o'clock when the rooms, hall, and verandahs
of the spacious mansion were thronged with
guests,, His Majesty arrived and remained
conversing with his hostess for a. short time.
Then after several impatient warnings from
the band, the royal set for the first quarille
was formed. Her Royal Highness had re
ceived her guests in the front thawing room
and the royal party moved in procession,
His Majsty aud the Princess letdiug the
way, to the further end of the large drawing
room, where they took up their positions for
the quadrille. Governor Dominis with the
Princess Likelike as his partner were via a
vis to His Majesty and the Princess Ruth,
and the following among others took part
in the quadrille : H. R. II. Princess Liliuo
kalaui, Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, His Ex. T. S.
Walker, and Mrs. Walker, Genl. Comly
aud Mrs. Comly, Major James H. Wode
house and Mrs. WotIehon.se, Mons, and
Madame Feer, Hon. J. M. Kapena and Mrs.
Kapciia, Mr. aud Mrs. F. A. Schaefer, Mr.
and Mrs. II. GIak, Miss Pea body. After the
quadrille was over dancing became general,
both drawing rooms, a large part of the hall
and a large apartment on jthe matika side
of the house having been made available for
that purpose. Tlie wide doors by which the
hall communicates with the large drawing
rooms and with the room just alluded to
reudered the whole virtually one large ball
room. Linen had been stretched on the
floors, and everyone declared their condition
for dancing to be perfect- The rooms were ad
mirably lighted, ami presented a gay scene,
especially, when, at a later hour the crowd
of guests had thinned out considerably, and
the toilets of the ladies could really be seen.
Some of these were veiv rich, mi l many
that made no pretension to c ustliuess were
greatly admired for the good taste and style
they displayed. The rooms are so hand
somely decorated In a permanent manner
iu fresco and moulde 1 work that the addi
tion of much else would have rather de
tracted from than a ided to their appear
ance. A r.umtier of valuable portraits in
oil were hung in tli m, and several ex
tremely handsome k'lhiF!. were p'aeed-iu
suitable siiion$. A pair of the smaller
Irahiliji- one made of twisted fe.ithers and
the other of the long, duky red feather-
from the tail of the boatswain bird attracted
Many of the guests, too staid and sober
perhaps to enjoy the festivities of a ball, re
tired shortly after the first quadrille had
been formed. Others we believe came only
to the reception, from the belief that a high
dress would not comply with the request for
a fu l evening dress. In point of fact high
dresses were very much in the majority in
the room, even amongst the most ui Jeut
dancers. Decoltetie fashions for evening
dress have no longer the absolute sway that
they used to have in the fashionable centres
of the old and new worlds. The long train
also is no longer tit: rigut.ur, and H. R. II.
Princes Likelike led the fashion the other
ui ijht of dancing iu a short dress, and happy
we should think were those who were simi
larly prepared for a crowd in which the
train of a dress was unmistakably a care.
The blessings of all the gentlemen present
were on the heads of Her Royal High
ness ami of those who followed her load iu
this particular. Dancing was kept up with
vigor throughout the evening. The pro
gramme included sixteen dances, and it
was between two or three o'clock in the
morning before the last waltz was ended.
His Majesty remained for some. time and
danced iu tlie Lancers, hav ing Miss Pea
dody as his partner.
A splendid supper was served in the din
ing room about midnight, in contrast to
the liutu of the previous day, here every
thing was provided in European fashion,
but here, as at the lucm, a lavish hospitality
prevailed. Late in the night, after all had
supped,, some perhaps twice, and scores of
overloaded plates had been sent away with
their contents untouched, the table showed
sea rely a sign that-any one had been there.
Honolulu has a reputation for not being the
' place which a bon vivant should choose, the
general experience here being that every
thing that is delicate and nice is not only
dear, but often also very difficult to procure
wheii cvauted. Such a reputation Her ,
Royal Highness's ball-supper gave a direct
contradiction to, for the variety and deli
cacy of the dishes was as notable as was the
profusion of supply. Indeed, in every par-
ticular, the whole entertainment of the ;
evening was worthy of the rank and wealth :
of the kindly Princess, whose birthday was-)
thus celebrated. I
On the following day (Saturday) Her
Royal Highness continued to entertain all
comers, me taoies were again spreau in
the great tent, and bountifully filled with (
all the good things of native Hawaiian fare,
which secerned to be produced from an ab- ;
solutely inexhaustible store. A very Nrge !
number took advantage of the Princess' j
hospitality; and during the afternoon the j
whole of the soldiers of the Hawaiian -Mill-
tary Companies sat down together and were j
feasted, His Majesty himself as Commander I
in Chief of his forces, being also present. !
Subsequently the troops were drawn up on ,
the ground iu front of and on the mauka j
side of the house, the Cavalry occupying the
latter position. They were put through
various exercises, Her Royal Highuess,
with a select company of guests, looking on
from the verandah in front of the house,
the size and elevation of which admirably
adapts it for such a purpose.
Throughout the evening of Saturday ami
till a late hour at night, large crowds were
assemUled mi the premises listening to the
mtlea ami to some occasional singing of a
modern stamp. Thus closed the three days
festival in honor of Her Koyal Higncss's
birthday and the completion of the palatial
mansion of Kaokopuu.
List or Isvjtkh V'r-;;:.;r;.
' Th: ir M.ij -sti- s, th - Km, ,i :. '-i i.-.-n.
H. It. il. i'lincess Liliu-.!..ii..,ii.
H. 11. H. i'liiK-.ss L-k -:i!v.
His Ex. J. O. D-.i.'iiiiiis. G.ivei-nor -f Oahu,
Hon. Archibald S. t'leho. ii.
Hon. Mr. ami Mrs. C. 11. itislioji.
His Majksty's MivisrKi'.s. Hi; K. W. L.
Green, Premier aud Minister of For.-, ,'ti Rela
tions ; Hi.-s F.x. W. N. Arii:stn;o'. MmisU-r of
the Interior a i l .Vt t irm-y-G n- i a'. ; il-s Kx. J.
S. Walker, Mioist o- of Fi":ia:i.v.
His Honor A. F. Jud.l, the Chief Justice ; His
Honor L. McCully, First Associate Justice ; His
Honor B. H. Austin, Second Associate Justice
of the Supreme Court.
His Ex. P. Kanoa, junr., Governor of Kauai.
Thk Diplomatic Coups. His Ex. James M.
Comly, U. S. Minister Kesideut ; James Hay
Wodehouse, Esqr., Commissioner and Consul
General for England ; Monsieur Henri Feer,
Commissioner and Consul-General for France ;
Monsieur J. Itaturd, Chancellor. French Lega
tion. Hocsk of Nobles. His Ex. J. O. Dominis,
Hons. C. R. Bishop, P. Kanoa, J. Moanauli, J.
I. Dowsett, J. P. Parker, S. G. Wilder, W. T.
Martin, A. S. Cleghorn, H. Kuihelani. P. Isen
berg. J. M. Kapena, G. Ehodes. S. N. Castle,
S. K. Kaui, J. M. Smith, C. H. Jud.l, J. E.
Privy Cocxctlloks. (not included above),
Houiv J. U. Kawuinui, E. O. Hall, II. A. Wi de
maun, It. Sterling. J. A. Cummins, W. C. Parke.
W. J. Smith, W. P. Wood, D. Kahanu, M. Ku
aea. Win. Buckle, W. L. Kiuemaka, Walter M.
The Cossclab Corps. Messrs. F. A. Schae
fer, E. Hoffmann, J. C. Glade, J. IV-hv, A. J.
Cartwright, J. H. Paty. D. A. McKinlev, It. W.
Laine, J. W. Pflnger, T. It. Walker, F. P.
Hastings, H. K. Macfarlane, J. O. Carter, Chun
His Majesty's Staff. Colonels W. F. Allen,
C. P. Iaukea and J. II. Boyd.
Staff of Governor of Oahc Major Chas. T.
Gulick and Major Antone Bosh.
Mrs. Colonel Allen
E. P. Adams
W. D. Alexander
D. D. Baldwin
J. E. Barnard
C. O. Berger
R. F. Bickerton
II. H. Bingham
II. A. P. Carter
J. O. Carter
A. J. Cartwrig'ut
S. N. Castle
Ja-nes B. Castle
Geo. P. Castle
W. R. Castle
G. C. Colemau
S. C. Damon
E. C. Damon
S. M. Damon
B. F. billiughaui
G. J. Emmes
Mrs. D. N. Flitn r
T. R. Foster
A. O. Forbes
Mrs. S. C. Allen
J. B. Atherton
A. T. Atkinson
B. H. Austin
S. E. Bishop
B. F. BoIIph
A. P. Brickwood
i . Brown
J. F. Brown
A. W. Bush
J. E. Bush
Jas. M. Comly
A. F. Cooke
Chas. M. Cooke
J. A. Cruzan
E. S. Cuuha
James Dodd ,
S. B. Dole
J. I. Dowsett
J. M. Davidson
G. D. Freeth
W. E. Foster
D. K. Fyfe
Mrs. W. M. GiJard
II . iii.l it-
A Kit (1 utr, v
T. 1". (i.a.a
F. H. H ivst '. h n
lav (1. U.iTs, 1 l. ii
E. O. Hull '
W. W. H !!1
A. S. H.;rtwr.;i
J. A. H.isMn-r
F. P. Htt-tinos
C. F. Hut
C. P. Iatiakea
K. W. Lame
F. W. Mncfurlaue
0. E. Macfarlane
H. M i.Ttc-.is
J. M. Oat
W. t. I'arke
H. A. Parmalet:
J. H. Patv
A. W. Pierce
Ui'O. H. llobertsou
S. S. llobertsou
J. W. liohertsou
F. A. Schaefer
B. S. Scrimgeour
W. B. Seal
P. P. Shephard
T. G. Thrum
W. P. Toler
J. S. Walker
T. B. Walker
C. P. Ward
J. T. Watei house
Jos. S. Webb
C. It. Wight
J. M. Whitney
' Alex. Young
Miss Uwini Auld
.1. A. IIpper
ti. E. Howe
Dr. H itciiinsou
P. C. Jones
A. F. Judd
S. K. Kiai
G. H. Luce
W. S. Luce
C. J. Lyon.
J. M. Lawlor
A. M. Mellis
E. A. Mar
D. P. Peterson
J. W. Pauper
M. P. Robinson
S. B. Ko.so
G. J. Ross
J. S. Spencer
H. M.. Stillmau
W. O. Smith
J. S. Smithies
H. S. Tregloau
A. W. Tripp
E. A. Williams
H. M. Whituey
W. C. Wilder
J. K. Wilder
J. II. Wodehouse
Nellie Brick wood
S. F. Corney
E. K. Bingham
Louisa Brick wood
Miss Nina Greeu
Ilattie Hempstead Miss Hinds
Nellie Judd Johnson
Julia Judd H. Johnson
Sarah King Hannah Kanittu
Kirk Minnie Kinney
Lucas Florence Luce
Makee A. Mclntyre
Rose Makee Mclnerny
May Cotta Mist
Mclntyre K. Mossmau
Bernice Parke Lucy Peabody
Anna Parke . Purvis
Ilattie Pierce Edith Purvis
Sarah Pierce Philibrowu
Celia Ritson Pattie Rhodes
Savidge Myra Smith
Smithies Helen Stillman
Way G. Wahineikaili
Minna Widemann E. Widdefeld
Mr. E. P. Adams Mr. V,'. D. Alexander
E. Adams S. C. Allen
S. C. Abies J. B. Atherton (
C. Afong A. T. Atkinson ;
J. Brown A. P. Brickwood
D. D. Baldwin Cecil Brown
J. E. Barnard Godfrey Brown
Hon. Frank Brown v
Mr. Malcolm Brown
Hon. R. F. Bickerton Thomas Brov.n
Mr. C. O. Berger C. A. Brown
II. Berger. J. H, Brown
Rev. S. E. Bishop J. F. Brown
H. H. Bingham C. Bossie
T. Blackburn A. W. Bush
Mr. Bradlev Bishop Beard
B. F. Bolles C. Bolte
Alex. Campbell . C. C. Coleman
James Campbell A. F. Cooke
J. O. Carter Chas. M. Cooke
Samuel Carter Covington
A. J. Cartwright Marcus Colburu
Bruce Cartwright John Colbnrn
Geo. P. Castle J. A. Cruzan
James B. Castle Jno. Cuannings
W. R. Castle Thus. Cuiuinings
W. E. Chamberlain O. S. Cum.nings
Rev. Dr. Damon James Dodd
Mr. E. C. Damon S. B. Dole
F. W. Damon J. I. Dowsett
S. M. Damon J. I. Dowsett, Jr.
David Dayton John M. Dowsett
E. Dempsie C. J. Deering
M. Dickson F. A. Dndoit
B. F. Dillingham J. M. Davidson
Chas. Dillingham Drew
A. Ehlers J. Ena
Dr. N. 15. Emerson Ellis
Mr. G. J. Emmes
Fernandez W. E. Foster
D. N. Flitner G. D. Freeth
T. R. Foster A. Fuller
Dr. Fitch D. K. Fyfe
Rev. A. O. Forbes Furncaux
Mr. W. F. Fondey
W. M. Giff ird W. M. Graham
H. Glade W. II. Graham "
F. Godfrey Capt. Grant
F. II. Haysel len Mr. E. A. Hart
Jas. G. Havselden J. A. Hassinger
J. F. Hackfeld F. P. Hastings
E. O. Hall F. M. Hatch
W. W. Hall A. Herbert
A. S. Hartwell C. R. Hendry
H. Hart A. Hogernann
C. F. Hart S. A. Hart
J. E. S. Kiunersley F. Klinger
C. S. Kimiei sh-y L. H. Kahler
R. Lishmau M. Louisson
W. Lishmau Geo. Lueu
F. T. Lishman Thos. Lucas
Eobt. Lewers G. H. Luce
Lowry G. H. Luce jr.
F. Lowry C. J. Lyons
S. Levey J. M. Lawlor
II. Lose W. Lawlor
C. Macfarlane E. A. Macfle jr.
F. W. Macfarlane J. W. Macfie
Eev. A. Macintosh Joseph Moore
Mr. H. Maertens S. Magniu
Marsh A. M Mellia
H. Mav Capt. Mist, E.N.
Thos. May Mr. Monsarrat
May J. il. Monsarrat
A. A. M..:i!.i;
E. A. M is.
M s t li.iiiu
Dr. J. S. Mclirew
Mr. A. Mcliityre
II. K. Molnnio
Dr. If. McKibbin
.1. M. Oat. jr.
J. A. Palmer
I,. It. Pat sen
P.. V. II. H. P.tfkcr
Mr. H. Purm -K e
A. W. IViivo
E. W. Peterson
A. W. Richardson
G. H. Robertson
S. B. Rose
Capt. Sorens' U
Mr. O. T. Shipm.iu
F. D. Sweeney
C.R. Searb roil;h
R. S. Sciimoeeur
! . K. Seal
j H. L. Sh-ldu
' W. J. Smith'
N :ii- s
P. i r-i wi
J. K -s
R lli- s
W. IC lertsj!l
.1. S. S i;iilii i
tr -.i. S :uthii'4
J. S. Spline; l
H. S.t.i;-. i
H. M. Sh "lltnati
F. M. Swanzy
W. A. Swan
Rev. M. St.-iiru
Mr. W. O. S.uith
A. W. Tr.pp
-I. G. Tucker
E. H. Thatcher
T. G. Thrum
W. P. Toler
H. S. Tiegloau
II. Yon Holt
E. A. Williams
C. P. Walk, r
J. T. Waterhouse
J T. Walerlinnse, jr
li. E. Whitnev
J. M. Whitney
W. L. Wilcox
J. M W-d,
Mr. A. Whiting
It. M. Whilhanl
J. E. Wi seal u
V. j; ,
Ache en", Si -M4TU.4, November lot li.
The insurgent Achiui-ae are d I rminrd if-.it
only to cheek immigration of t'hiin so to carry
ou plantation work, but also to make tht ir resi
dence iu Acheeil as impracticable as possible.
Some of the recent attacks are by ii niiilaitieers
known by the name o.' Oraiig Flu. 1 in ir hatf
or Europeans and Chinese is chielly face hatred.
The Orang Flu are distinguished by wciii'ing
long hair, while the inhabitants oi Aiheeu
proper wear it short or shaven o!V. In a ivecnl
attack, one of th slam ol I lie insiu-o. ins nan
long hair rcaehing dovu to the hips ulinnst. The
Orang Flu come down fi' nti tin- mountains at
night on forays in the low lands."
After ten years despi-rat-. Kti-ugub", mm i",rt
of three-fourths of their people. 1 he determined
Achinese continue their miiivlerons strulu witli
Dutch power ; and the butcliery promises to
on no long as one Achinese remains that can
wield a gun or a krecs.-. Ki. P. ('. A.
New Tribes in Australia.
The Frecinantlo 11 raid of the 18th November
riublielics the following nccouiit by a correrrion-
deut oi some new iiihea that have been found in
the north-cant of 44estern AuMruliu :
A private u u ty ordiiizoil to prospect tho coun
try (or UDine 200 union nurtli-eiut ot the Williuma
river, in tlio Biitidal wooJ inieieitt, report tlioUin-
Covery of lare tractri of eiitiil.il wood Intent ol hi-
perior diameter ulito ol irihi-H ol native nti'ieu
Adam ami Eve iu rmriuliHc, feed ins cliicHv, if not
altogether upon the root, anil ppcakiiig u dialect
or ratucr distinct l.mguaoe from that oi tno n
liams dirjtrict'proper. Stranno to my, iIicko na
tives are reported to riruclice the 1113 r-t ic mo ui
circumcision they are further described as being
apparently pea-.'ulully diepuseil, of inilolcut habits,
and until now unacquninted with the white man.
One of the party state thai he saw 11 young moth
er one uioi'iiiiijt pro pa rutin y to goiii into llic bnali
on a root r-earcli, iiiuke n hole in the n.itid in which
she deposited her infant, its tiudu us heirdf, tlu-n
placed a piece of blow burniit wood on each ridtt
ol the hole, and 80 left her baby fait uvlcop till
iier return showery wenther beiii the order of
the day baby waa thus washed and warmeS ut
the same time.
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THK Al KIllTIH BTKA Mcll I !
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Will Leayj for tlie Above Port on Mon
day, th? 20th inst-, at 3 P- JJ.
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A io,-' MKKVK III TT( WITH THK
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etidence on Thursday, l-.e tu, in-t. I l,e fl ili-r will !. auit
Jbir reajardrd hy returmnK the aarue to JIHS. IlKMtV at tl.a
liawaiiai llot l jL,
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Xrxt d .r to the Honolulu Uealnurant
f' I8 ly
AT IX A V.MAI. MKKriVfj OF Till.'
Ploch..l.lera of tl.e HAW MI AN llr IX TKI.EI'ilONI'
CO held January 31.:. 1HSJ th- filoai,u mcera aere elected
to aerre for ihe enmiinK year, to wit:
Hon 11 A. Wi leiounn I'rei le-it
Hon. ti. K. Biahop Vii-e."ren.l-i,i
V V. S.-,:r.-,i.ry tt Tr.-a..i'rr
. ... " iul tor
fcl' lm U f liEltUh.U.te.r i:.ry.
li iNOI.L'LU, February 17th. 184j
III. .. UCRNS. IIKHKHV til 4 I.I. KM; K
a; auy man lo Hi-Ki.ikIuiii ..I Hawaii lo dance JAMKS
01LU?iunLee!ll,C!1'f'J,g l1''''1 '"P'H". for tha . of
Ooe Hundred Doilara. 11. A. liL'KNH.
I, A. P. RVAN i.f Honolulu, hereby accept the abnve chal
lenge, and agre to dance Jame. Mcl.onald anv or all of ii,
above dancei for the sum apeciHrd above.
A. f. RVAN.
N RE ESTATE OK JaMKS s LKMOV OF
M. Honolulu, deceaaed. All pet.on. J,avinr claiun HB.in.t
the above named K.tate (ahetl.er M-cired or other.'.., w,l
t:.u. "T?' "me ' ace nl ho.e indebted to
t-itate will make payment to
HKNRV R. MACFAULANK
Honolulu, Feb. IClh. IHM. T'",'or"y Ain,inUtr.tor.
A Lit BILLS II!K TO Till.' 11 viil-i,,.,
ED not aetlled BEFOKK MARcii V- tS,UN
lo the hand, of a Collector for reeoverv ' W,U b"
ifll BOOT & SHOE STOKE! fft
" Va 13 Vuiimiu Street. f j