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THE PACIFIC COMMEKCIAL ADVERTISER. MARCH 29, 188.
11 IhHM4 of the Umtn Iuriii; April. if. I M. 4 A.M VI A.M First Quarter Full Moon Last Quarter New Mwn lu is . ! A.M The sun rises to-morrow "4 minutes past " o'clock. The sun sets to-!ay at II minutes pat o'clock. POUT OF HONOLULU, H. I. AKKIVAI.S. JSatl ijuav. March 22. Steamship A lamedu (Am , II (J Morse, ; days Uid 16 hours from San Francisco Stmr Kinau, Kins, from Maui and Hawaii. stmr Likelike, Wiselerg, from Maui and Hawaii Stmr Iwalani, Cameron, from Kauai Stmr Kilauea JIou, Sears, from Kahului Tern Excelsior (Am), Pelts, from Newcastle, s s w Schr Haleakala, from I'epeekeo Schr Jenny, from Kekaha Sunday, March 2::. Stmr C K Bishop, Davis, from llamakuu Schr Km ma, from Olowalu Schr Kawailani, from Koolau Kchr Rob Roy, from Koolau Schr Pohoiki, from I'una Schr Waiehu. from Waialua Kchr Waimalu. from Koolau Schr Wailele. from Maliko Kchr Ka Moi, from Laupahoehoe Mehr Mary Alice, from Molokai Monoav, llurcli 21. .Steamship Australia (ISril.) K C Chest, from San Francisco Kchr Marion, from Nawiliwili Schr Pauahi, from Ilanalei ehr Caterina, from Ilanalei Ti-ksuay, March 25. I'MSH City of Tokio, Maury, from Yokohama Tern Hueneme (Amj Elliott, from Port Townsend Veixksdav, March 2C. Istmr James Makee. Freeman, from Kauai and Waianae Stmr Waimanalo, Nelson, from Waimanalo Hark Birmah (Brit) Witt, from Glasgow Wh bark Dawn cAni; Hickmott, from San Fran cisco Schr Lahi from Koholalele Tiiitksoay, March 27. Brig Consuelo Am. Cousins, 11 days from San Francisco. Fkidav, March 2s. Stmr Mokolii, McGregor, from Koolau Bktne Klla (Ami, Clifford, from San Francisco Kchr Jennie Walker, Nlssen, from Hilo DKI'AUTUUtX Saturday, March 2-. No departures Saturday, or Sunday. Monday, March 24. Steamship Australia (Brit), Ghest, from San Francisco Stmr Kilauea Hon, Sears, for Kifhului, at 4 1. M. Stmr Mokolii, McGregor, for Koolau, at 5 1. M. yhr Rainbow, for Koolau Schr Kauikeaouli, for Kohala Schr Kawailani, for Koolau Kchr Ehtikat, for Waialua. Schr Liholiho, for Nawiliwili Tr ksday, M arch 25. P M S S City of Tokio, Maury, for San Francisco Stmr Kinau, King, for Maui and Hawaii, at 4 V. M. Htmr Planter, Hates, for Maui and Hawaii, at 4 P. M. Stmr Lehua, Lorenzen, for Maui and Molokai, at 5 P. 31. Stmr t: It Bishop, Davis, for Kukuihaele and llonokaa, at 12 M. Stmr Iwalani, Cameron, for Kauai. Stmr Waimanalo, Nelson, for Waimanalo Bark Kale (Haw), Rothfas, for San Francisco Schr Nettie Merrill for I,abaina Kchr Waiehu, for Maliko Kchr Waimalu, for Koloa Schr Kmma, for Oiowalu Schr Marion, for Waianae Kchr Haleakala, for Pepeekeo Wh hark Hunter (Am). Brown, for the Arctic Wkdx ksday, March 2. Stmr Likelike, Wisebarth, for Maui and Hawaii Jit 5 P.M. Schr Mol Keiki. for Kwa Schr Caterina, for Uanalei Schr Mary Alice, for Koolau Schr Ku Moi for Laupahoehoe Schr 31 rion, for Waimea Thl'Krd.vy. Match 27. Teni Amelia (Am), for Port Townsend Wh bark Mars (Am.) Allen, for Arctic Schr Pohoiki, for Puna Fkiday, March 2s. Stmr James Makee, Freeman, for Kauai, via Waianae. Stmr Waimanalo, Nelson, tor Waimanalo Vrig Wm G Irwin (Am), Turner, for San Fran cisco at 10 A. M. V1XSELS LKAVIXU THIS BAY. Kchr Leahi, for Koholalele ioni:i(ix vf-vnKjUs jx ioit. Steamship Alameda (Am), 3Iorse, from S;tn Krancisco Stmr W H lieed (Haw), Krickseu, from sounding cruise Bark Helena (Brit), from Hongkong Bktne Discovery (Am), Perriman, from San YancLsco Tern Kxcelsior (.Am), lVlts, from Newcastle, s s w Tern Hueiieme (Am) KUiot, from Port Townsend Bark Birmah (British), Witt, from Glasgow Wh bark Dawn (Am), Hickmott, from San Fran cisco Brgtne Consuelo (Am, Cousins, from San Fran cisco Bktne Klla (Am), Clifford, from San Francisco VhsoIh KxjwetHi from Foreign lort. Steamship 3Iariposa (Am) Howard, from San Francisco, due April 5 P 31 K S City Of Sydney, from the Colonies, due April 13th. 11 It 31 S Heroine, from Ksquimalt II B 31 S Constance, from Callao Bark Amy Turner (Am), Newell, from Boston, June 25-30. IVirk Chasca (Brit), from Liverpool Bark Sir William Wallace (Biitt, Brown, from Newcastle, N S W due April 25-30 Bark Spica (Ger.). from Bremen, due April. Bark Clan Grant (Brit), from Liverpool, due April 20-30. Bark Abbie Carver (Am), Pendleton, from New York, due April 2-25 Brig Morning Star (Haw), Garland, from 3Iicro nesia. due April 5-10 Tern M E Smith (Am), from Port Gamble due fet 3Lahukoua Tern Dora P.luhm (Ann, from Puget Sound Bark Kalakauu (Haw), 3liller, from San Fran cisco Kchr Chas Hanson (Ami, Sprague, from San Francisco Schr Kmma Claudlna (Am 3Iatsou, from San Francisco for Ililo M KM O It AX A. The steamship Alameda, Captain H. G. 3Iorse, Morse, sailed from San Francisco 3Iarch 15th, at 3 P. 31.; discharged pilot at 4 F. 3L; 3Iarch 19th, Ht 2:45 P. 3L, passed steamship Zealandia, bound o San Francisco; March ISth, passed a bark at coon, steering north ; arrived at Honolulu at 7:30 A. 31. 3Iarch 22d. Time, 6 days and 16 hours. IMPOUTS. From Newcastle. N S W. per E.cel..iOr, March 22 .V; tons best screened cnul. From San Fram-isco. per Alameda. 3farch 22 70 mats citron. 4 bags deer hair, bbls iKrk. 130 cs whisky, 47 -s cses, y) cs soap, 372 ctls potatoes, 1"S ctls onions, los sks bran, 3 eoflins, !." sks am monia, 2v; bxs.candles, 40 crates hams, 75 doors, 1.S15 sks barley, 371 sks oats, 2,4"4 qr sks Hour, 541 bales bay, .",1 cs pickles, 132 cs oysters, 117 cs lard, HI cs canned milk, ..o hf bbls vinegar, " bdls paper, 110 cs boots and shoe. 40 rolls leather, -" kegs tobacco, 43 cs butter. !; keg leud. 141 kegs nails, 22 pkg fish, 100 boiler tubes, 104 cs crackers. 2d cs meats. 124 bxs raisins. ;oo bs sugar, 40 bxs macaroni. 70 bxs codiish. :tnd about 2. 3.ln -s mis cellaneous merchandise. l'rom San Francisco. per Australia. 3farch 21 10t bags potatoes, 31 bxs fruit, cs hardware, 140 pkgs sundries. In transit for Auckland and Sydney, per Aus tralia, March 24 !,!50 pkgs general merchandise From Port Townsend, perllueneme, March 2-V 3fi3.23 feet rough lumber, ',?.sC3 fH-t dressed lum ber.. Ss,.,00 shingles. From Hongkong and Yokohama, per City of Tokio, March 25 "J 2 cs medicine. 135 cs tea, 10 cs cigars, 75 pkgs mdse, ."0 cs oil. In transit. 57,9!" pks mdse. From fJlasgow, per Birmah, March 26 4-"0 drnis oil, 103 cs groceries, 100 cs sardines, 230 cs whiskey. 475 cs ale, 4 cs wine, 575 cs brandy, 29 cs port wine, 241 cs gin, '24 cs dry goods, 390G cs liquors, 1943 bars iron, !50 casks beer, C7 casks whiskey, 34 casks paint, 37 casks alum, 5-20 tons split coal, 20.000 lire bricks, 20 tanks water, 777 bdls galvan ized tubing, 703 bdls hoop iron, 20 bbls ginger ale, 24 cs earthernware, 27S bdls galvanized pipe, 900 boxes soap, 414 bales bags, 800 cs geneva, U 3 bags lire clay, 60 shackles, 212 iG-inch) cast iron piping, 50 hhgds solid ale, 102 bdls machinery, 130 furnace bars, 2s boiler tubes, 200 casks cement, and about 900 pkgs sundries. From San Francisco, per Consuelo, March 27 156 hogs, 1 horse, 34,000 hard bricks, 50 kegs blast ing power, 315 bales hay. 12 bales oakum, 20 boxes potatoes, 10 boxes candles, 25 carboys sulphuric acid, 13 bbls bottles. 20 bbls pork, 10 bbls lard, 8 bbls vinegar, 200 bbls lime, 310 sacks oats, 15 sks bran, 30 sks middlings, 1030 sks barley, 5 sks beans, 12 cs coal oil, C7 cs boots and shoes, 3.s cs hercules powder. 17 cs lobsters, II cs salmon, and 300 pkgs miscellaneous merchandise. KXI'OIITS. For San Francisco, per Kale, 3Iarch 25 II Haekfeld fc Co, 1,3;5 bags sugar, lis bbls molass es, 1 case taro Hour, 14 cases sundries. K HotT schlaeger & Co., 1531 bags sugar, 40 bbls molasses, 14 bbls cork. J T Waterhouse, 300 bags sugar; A Afong, 77s bag-, sugar; Sing Chong & Co, 500 bags rice; Wong, Ieong it Co, 120 bags sugar, 140 bags rice. Domestic value, 133,:M)0 18; foreign, S300. For Sail Francisoo, per W G Irwin, 3Iarch 28 W G Irwin t Co, 1919 bags sugar; C Brewer tfc Co, 1375 bags sugar; G W 3Iacfarlane ifc Co, I05S bags' sugar; Theo H oavies it Co, 4059 bags sugar; Hy in an Bros, 90s bags supar and 775 bags rice; 31 S Grinhaum A Co, 1300 bags rice; J A Kobertson, 34 pkgs old junk. Domestic value, s(i5,492 13. For eign, 1 00. , iAssi:xii:us. ARRIVALS. From Maui and Hawaii, per Likelike, 3Iarch 22 F 31 Butler. From I'epeekeo, per Haleakala, March 22 Mr and 3Irs Willeock and daughter. From Kahului, per Kilauea Hou, March 22 T J Wall, S Both, It T Wilber, H ltobertson, J Ititson, 3f r 3fatson, H Toennis, and 50 deck. From Kauai, per Iwalani, March 22 Paul Isen berg. A s Wilcox, ii N Wilcox, 3Ir IVcke, Alex Young, O Scholz and wife, 3rr Mehrtens, and 35 lek. From 3Iaui and Hawaii, ier Kinau, 3rarch 22 3Iiss Hillebraud, J as B Castle. W It Seal, F Til man, J Oliver, 31iss A Tilman, 31iss A Healy, 3Iiss Gliver, Hon .1 Nawahi, Hon J ICichardson, P II AVr lioss, W J 'Corscadden, A Mack, Miss 3Iack, 3Ir and 3Irs Farnam,3Irs K Itipley and servant, A Lidgate, J II Sojier, Father Leonore, T Gay, 3Iiss L Duschalsky, (J W Wilfong, H Cornwell, W H Cornwell. C A Bailey, Miss A Widdefield, Captain B B Robinson. F Gollschalk. K Netter. From San Francisco, per Alameda, 3Iarch 22 J J Owen and wife. WNoon, Kd J Spalding, 3Irs 31 P 3IcKiunon anil daughter, 31 rs de Souza Cana varro, P C Jones Jr. 31 rs S W Lederer, daughter and infant, 3Irs .las 3IcCord and 2 daughters, 3Irs I W Harrier and daughter, K L Haney, Mm S B Blake, K S Kendall, C W 3Iott. Julius H Smith and wife, (i W Sherwood, John White, J H Colla niore, K J Nichols, 3Iiss K 31 Dyer, 3liss II P Dver, Wallace Freeman ami wife, Thurlow 3rc 31ullin. Mrs Milton S Iitham, Mrs I II Pratt, 3Iiss K Pratt, 3Irs J H Fletcher, Wm D Heath, P II Borden and wife, C C Harmon and wife, H North and wife, II L Hutcliitlson ami wife, MissCWauds worth, 31 rs B B Dunham, 3Iiss A J Hutchins, J D Bice. A 11 Vail, Miss M L Jacobs, W H Ferguson. Miss C Howe, A li Hull, Miss M 3Iarr, Dr J W Anderson. 3Iiss C Anderson, It W Bush. Miss W F Rowe. Alfred Tyson, J K (Jale, wife and 2 children, J A Whitman, wife and 2 daughters, Mrs K P Whitman. 3Irs J K Jones. J K Porter, Mrs J A KmitU, 31iss F Smith, Frank CJertz, W li Morton, K Villafranca, K N Kverett. A Gareny, K Calame, Leon Bland, Miss M Hughes, 31 rs C Tracy, K J Lindstroni, J D MartinH C (! 3Iuumeris, C Nol niaim, James li Uobinson, If Dexter, II 11 Lee, ; W 3Iorse. Chas Walsh, Win Kockwell, W Con way, L 31 Kvarell, 19 steerage, and 1 Chinaman. From San FrancLeo, per Australia. 3Iarch 21 Captain nn.l Mrs (;edge and granddaughter 15 BlK-k, K M Jarvis, I steerage, and 2S Chinese. From Glasgow, per Uirniah, 3farch 2(1 Leoiold I'arish. From Kauai and Waianae, per James Makee, 31arch 26 B Catton and 30 deck. From San Francisco, per Consuelo, March 27 Master J H Babcock, H Blankm:m, C A Doody, T S Stratton, S G Bingham, J Burke, J Mcintosh. l)KI'ARTl.'K. For Aucklaml and Sydney. ier Australia, 31arch 24 F GottschalK, (J Whitiord, Wm 3Iarshall, H L II Foenmies, I' Ilora, Mrs Gascovne. For Kahului, per Kilauea Hou, 3Iarch 24 Mrs 31 E Sharratt ami 2 children, J Winter and wife, C Walch, Miss 3fary Norton, 3 natives, and about 100 deck. Through passengers for the Colonies, per Aus tralia, March 24 K J Shadboldt, and 5 steerage for Auckland. For Sydney Mrs Foy, M Foy, K I Ieffres ami sister, F A White, A ftosenfeld, S 3Iendelson, 3Irs J Dixon and son, J Saunders, Rev Father Tranquille, U B Wilkinson. S E Hender son, Rev G I) Iftichanan, wife and child, K K Wil liams, C R Kvans, C 1 Shugg T W Daly, K W Towell, W li Towell, W A Blithers, wife and family, 31 r and Mrs Allison, 3Iiss Jeffrey Lewis, and 21 steerage. For Hamakua, per C R Bishop W H Rickard ami wife, and 30 deck. For Maui and Hawaii, per Planter, March 25 W H Bailey, wife and 2 children, C A Bailey, Mrs Greenwell and daughter, u W c Join s, S 31 Damon, W B Morton. 3Irs J K Hanford, 1) 3Iakainai, wife and family, R Villafranca. For 3Ia'Ji and 3Iolokai. per Lel.ua, 31 arch 25 H R H Princess Liiiuokalani and 4 servants. Prin cess Victoria Kaiulani, 3Irs C B Wilson, Miss H Cleghorn. For Kauai, per Iwalani, March 25 Mr Scholz, wife and child. G N Wilcox, A S Wilcox, W Wal ters, Robert Waialeale, 3Iaster W Hardy, 3fasters Walter and Herbert Dole, 3Iiss Kate Rosrers, Mas ter K Rogers, A Gossie, 3lrs J Ferris, P upfergfe. For 3Iaui and Hawaii, per Kinau, March 25 A G Ellis. J N Wright, Mrs S T Blake, II L Hutchin son and wife. Miss C Wandsworth, F 31 Butler, T Walker, C II Pomroy, J Ouderkirk, A Tayson, li W Bush, J H Collamore. E S Kimball, J D Rice, E Irvine. A R Vail, A B Hull, W II Cornwell, Hon J Richardson, II Soper, A Lidgate. W A Whiting, Cept A B Hay ley. E M Jewell, E Mc Mullin, A Dyson, J Edward, 31 J 3IcLean, J ; Howie, R T Wilber, 3Ir Swanzee, N Robins, CJ Deering, E Biven. For 3Iaui and Hawaii, per Likelike, 3Iarch 2G Judge A Fornander, J W Young, E J Nichols. 3Ir Hare, J 3IcElvoy, J 3Iuir. For San Franosco, per W G Irwin. March 2s Mrs Cuptain G W Brown and child, 3Iiss E Dudoit W J Corscodden, A Clillee, 3Irs H Visreed and child, Mrs R W Iaine and son, Mrs 31 Brown For Kauai and Waianae, per James 3Iakee. March 2S M I) Monsarrat, Paul Isenberg, J Ritson NIIIIM'ING NUT1X The Kilauea Hon brouglit MK) rgs sugar uud 20-1 bags taro from Kah;ilui. The Pohoiki brought 30 arO firewoo-i frwn: J'una. The Kawailani brought 720 u.fv rice froi.'i Koolau. The Wailele brought --'" tigs -'ii-v.r from J.Ia liko. The Waiehu brought 5-,o Jags surnr from Waiiilua. The Kiuau brought l,fuu luvgs sugar, 1 horse, 65 bead cattle and 174 packages sundries from Maui and Hawaii. The Iwalani brought 3,63.i bags sugar. 103 hides, 40 bags pia, .30 bundles goat kins and 5 mules from Kauai and Niih.au. The Emma brought 1,06'J bags sugar from Olowalu. The Haleakala brought 900 packages sugar from I'epeekeo. r The C. R. Bishop brought 1,024 bags sugar and .too bags paddy from Hamakua. The Likelike brought 4,000 bags sugar, 200 sheep a"d 150 kegs molasses from 3Iaui and Hawaii. The American three-masted schooner Excelsior, Captain H. Pelts, arrived in port on Saturday, CI days from Newcastle, N. S. W., with a cargo of coal. The coal was sold to the Inter-Island steam Navigation Company on Saturday last. Tha Ka Mol brought 2,600 bags sugar from Iiu pahoehoe. The Pauahi brought 1,450 bags paddy from Ilanalei. The 3lanon brought 450 bags sugar and 241 bags paddy from Nawiliwili. The 3fary Alice brought 205 bags sugar from 3folokaii. The steamship Australia discharged San Fran Cisco pilot 3farch 17th, at midnight, and experi enced for the first part of passage westerly winds, and for three days previous to arrival fresh north east trades and tine weather. Received Honolulu 3Iarch 24th, at 2:30 P. 31. ; arrired at the wharf ut 3:30 P. 31. The tern Excelsior was docked at the foot of the lakelike wharf on Tuesday. She will be hauled up on the marine railway io be caulked as soon as her coal is discharged; then she will be loaded with sugar for San Francisco. The barkentine Discovery has finished discharg ing, and is now loading sugar. The brigamine W G Irwin sailed on Thursday for San Francisco with 600 tons of sugar. The tern Hueneme, Capt. Geo Elliot, arrived in port on Tuesday, 34 days from Port Townsend, with a cargo of lumber ts 3Iessrs Haekfeld t Co. She had fine weather the entire passage. The P M S S City of Tokio, commanded by Capt. JeiV3Iaury, arrived Tuesday from Hongkong, via Yokohama, with 4S6 Chinese immigrants for this port. They were landed at the quarantine depot. There were 163 passengers in transit, of whom 39 were cabin. The British bark Birmah, Captain C. F. Witt, ar rived W'ednesday, after a passage of 116 days from Glasgow. She left there on the 1st December with about 1600 tons general merchandise for this port. Had line weather till she reached the line, then 23 days out; afterwards had very light southeast winds. Passed Cape Horn on the 1st February, then had westerly winds for three weeks from lat 36 deg south to deg north ; from thence to port experienced north-east trades. She was docked at the P. 3f. S. s. Co's wharf. The Birmah is con signed to G. W. 3Iacfarlane fc Co. The James Makee brought 657 bags sugar from Kauai. The Leahi brought 1369 bags sugar from Koho lalele. The whaling bark Dawn, Captain S. Hickmott, arrived on Wednesday, 21 days from Kan Francisco. She called in for repairs as she is leaking. The Jennie Walker brought 1926 bags sugar from Ililo and Waiakea. The Waimanalo brought 300 bags sugar from Waimanalo. ThfyMokolii brought 3!)5 bags sugar and 210 bags, rice from Koolau. The Discovery expects toleaveor San Francisco about the latter part of next week. The Helena will linish discharging about the middle of next week. The captain intends return ing back to Hongkong with Chinese passengers. The bktne Ella, Capt. Clifford, was reported as being off port last night. She will come in to-day, The brgtne Consuelo, Capt. E B Cousins, arrived on Thursday evening, 14 days from San Francisco. Her livestock consists of 150 hogs and 1 horse. She was docked at nhe o. S. S. Co's. wharf yesterday. ISIIITII. SHERWOOD At Iwilei, Honolulu, on the 23rd inst., to the wife of Isaac F. Sherwood, a son. Bulldog Barristers. In it recent number of the Melbourne Argus appeare.l n "leader" dealing with a little practice in the Australian law courts, which, although very comiaon, wants to be kicked out by some man to whom shoe leather is not a consideration. The article is founded on a letter represented to have been sent to that paper by one Aiguillon de Gueppe, three columns long, and writ ten wholl3T in the French language. Ai guillon is said to speak strongly on the latitude indulged in by examining and cross-examining barristers in our courts, lie thinks they set themselves to insult and intimidate witnesses, and asserts that if such things were done in his sunny land someone would punch a hole in the legal gentleman's head. Of course Aiguillon is a mvth. and his three columns of stricture a convenient imaginary peg on which to hang a bristling satire. The practice is not confined to Victoria. Elsewhere, as well as there, notoriety pays, and the bul lier is reputed clever. Witnesses have as scended the box under the pressure of a high sense of duty, and without the slight est personal interest in the issue of the case. The opposing barrister is quite jus tified in taking legitimate means to .shake the evidence. But the practice is not to rest with legitmate means. - Like a ferret he creeps through "every avenue of the wit ness's character, and if only he can find a knuckic u. th vertabn of a dead rabbit be is vastly proud, and the yokels spitting about th galleries are mightily gratified. To those at a distance from Australian law courts the following iv.&y appear to be a burlesque, but to thos a horn business has oftn taken within the shrine, it is likely to pass a a current history. The matter is a dog-fight, and u witness, who is"a lady, has to testify thaf sh saw one of the men in the dock leading a tan-colored bulldog in the direction of where the fight took place. Barrister; You are Mrs.. Mrs. Mrs. Witness: Mrs. Jone. B. : Ha, yes; Mrs. Jones. And how long are you Mrs. Jonts ? W. : Ten years. B. : Ha, yes. And before that you wero Miss Miss Miss W. : Miss Brown. B. : Ha, yes. And what age were you then ? W.:29. B. : Ha, yes. Now, on your oath, was Mr. Jones your first lover ? Think of what you're about. Eh ? W.: Y-e-s. B. : Come, come. Yrou may have blind ed other people; you're not going to blind us. Did you never know a Mr. Smith ? W.: No. B. : What! never knew a Mr. JSmith ? We all know Mr. Smiths. Very honora ble men, all of them, and a little partial to the sex. Eh ? Policeman : Soilen.je in ch 'oort ! " His Honor : If there's any more laugh ing, I'll order these people to be removed. Proceed, Mr. Barrister. B.: Well, well, Mrs. Jones, we all have skeletons in our cupboards, and, as there is a Mr. Jones in the field now, we'll not ask you to explain any further on that point. But you swear you saw the pris oner pass yon in the evening. Now, where were you at the time ? W. : Standing at the garden gate. B.: Ha, you a?e willing to speak the truth sometimes. We know how you like to spend your evenings. You have heard the song of 4Over the garden wall," eh ? Just so. Now, why were you at the gate thai evening? W.: I was expecting my husband. B.: Indeed. Well, you swear that it wasn't an hour before your husband leaves his office, eh ? You won't ? No ? Oh, yes, it was somewhere about the time. At tend to me, now. Hera ember you are on your oath. Was there a Mr. Smith about ? W.: No, sir. B. : What ! No Mr. Smith ! What is the world coming to ? Why, I can't go out of the door but I see a Mr. Smith. The town is full of them. The Court is full of them; and here you tell us that you,stand ing for an hour at the garden gate, 4in the gloaming, in the gloaming," never saw one. Crown Prosecutor: I think, Your Honor this examination is irrelevent. His Honor: I can't say until I see what he is wanting to bring out. And so it goes on, and when it is over, it is found that Mr. Barrister had nothing to bring out, for he had never heard any thing of her past life. But he has satis fied his own notion of being able, and has made the yokels call him lively and a ter ror for the other ?ide. His hide iu too thick to feel any sympathy for the confu sion and pain he has caused. There is such a thing as carrying order and decen cy too far. Order and decency oblige the sufferers to abide by such protection as the Court affords. But if the Court will per sist in remaining passive, as it habitually does, and will only rule the examination irrelevent after the thorns are all sown, our conception is that when some husband or brother is brought up for cudgelling the head of the wigged blackguard the punish ment should not go beyond a nominal fine. Sydney Bulletin. ?Jcu7 Abrcrt is cm exits. MAIX NOTICE. flHIK MAIL BY Tnii KTKAMSIIIP "ALA JL ME DA " will close, at the Fostoflice At IO A. M. Tuewlaj, April 1, 1871. A LATE LKTTER BAG will be k pt open on the morning of her sailing from 10 till 11:30 A.M., to receive late letter., on which an additional fee of FIVK CENTS EACH LETTER must be paid. CrLtters for REGISTRATION will b? re ceived till 9 o'clock on Tuesday morning. Applications for foreign money orders for the Alameda's mail will not be received later than V2 o'clock noon of Saturday, March 2Sth. If. r. WIIITXLY, I. M. Ci. PoFtofllce, March 27, 188-4. inL29d3t AUCTION SALE. Sale of Lease at Auction T-NDKH INSTRUCTIONS FROM Til K HON. L Hoard ut Education, e hall offer lor sale. A t Public A. notion. At o M- u!eroom. on tjueeii street, on Saturday, tbs 12th Day of April Unit, At un ujv.i pri-e of f 100 per annum, payable Lalf yearly in advance. A Loaso for Ton Years of that desirable building lot, KittiHt on tlio Mnnka Side of King Street, Honolulu, Nearly opposite the premises formerly belonging; to the late Mrs. Reynolds. This lot has a frontage of 100 feet on King street, with a depth of 154 feet, and contains an area of l.",01S square feet. Buildings erected by the lessee may be reiuoyed at the expiration of the lease. LYONS & IiEVETT, mhl5-w5t Auctioneers. Frkiir Drkint- Ctnnl Rnrh Wirrt. Jl'ST ICKCKIVKII. For Sale at Greatly Rtuced Prices. BY Ed. Hoffschlaeger & Co. mh2-lmw NOTICE. '1M1K UNDERSIGNED HAVE FORMED A 1 copartnership, under the firm name of. GEO. PltACHT fc CO., for the purpose of carrying on th business of stock raising in the Districts of Kaiifeud I'una, Island of Hawaii, II. I. GEORGE PR AO! IT, G. W. C. JONES. Kahuku. Kan, January 1.1, 1SHI. mu22-w3t NOTICE. YfE. THE UNDERSIGNED, CONCH EE CO., have this day purchased the entire In terest of J. M EN DO A in the Pulama Dairy P Honolulu. CONCH EE fc CO. February "s, 1884. mh2i-w2ni 1 to 4! PER DAY IS TO BE MADE by persons f either sex, in .their own localities, at work for us. New business. All- i.ieei wuu wonaenui success. Any one can uu me work. Capital not required. We will start you.. Outfit worth 1 mailed free. The employment Is particularly adapted to the region In which thi publication circulates. Boys and girls earn nearly as much as men. Full particulars and instructions mailed free, Now is the time don't delay, but write to u.s at once. Address Stinson A Co.. Port land, Maine, United States. mh22-wly Administrator's Notice. riMlE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN DULY 1 appointed temporary Administrator of the estate of J. M. CROWELL, of Paia, Makawao, Island of Maui, deceased, notice Is hereby jjlven to all persons having claims against the Raid estate to present the same, duly authenticated, with the proper vouchers, whether secured by mortgage or otherwise, to the undersigned, within six months from date, or they will be forever barred ; and ull persons indebted to said estate are notified to make Immediate payment to the undersigned at Makawao, Maui. SAMUEL F. CIIILLLNG WORTH, Temporary Administrator of the Estate of J. M. Crowell, deceased. Makawao, Maui, March IU. 18S4. mh22 wit jn Oiaiiibers. Circuit .Inline. Second Judicial District, Hawaiian Islands. In the matter of the division if Mokue 1, 2 and 3, liana. On reading and filing the report and petition of the Commissioners appointed to divide and set apart to their respective owners the land known an Mokae 1, 2 and 3, in Hana, island of Maui, ask ing; that their report be accepted and they dis charged ; it is ordered that Monday. April 11. ISSl.nl IO A. If At the Court-house in Hana, be set as the time and place for hearing the said report ami petition, and any objections that may be offered thereto, and all persons interested in Raid division, notably I. K. Hanuna, Eekuahu, Kekahawalu, Hehiku, Na kuina, Kalae, Keoahu (w), A. Unna, Kekuaiwahie. Kalanihou (W), li. Jv. Haumea, Maewaewa (wj, Knkana (w), Maiana (w), and Kuhaupio, or their representatives, are hereby potified to attend. A BR. FORNANDER, Circuit Judge, Second Judicial District, II. I. Honolulu, March 18, 14. mh22-w8t Administrator's Notice. WfHEREAS, THE UNDERSIGNED, S. K. Y MAHU (k) and NAWAIIINE (w have been duly appointed by the Hon. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Ha waiian Islauds, on the 11th day of March, 1834, as administrators of the estate of D. K. Mahu kj, of Kalihi, Oahu. deceased intestate. Therefore, all persons who are indebted to the estate of the de ceased, aforesaid, will settle with us, or with our attorney, John L. Kaulukou : and all persons having claims agsdnst the suid estate are to present them six mouths from this date, or thv will be l(i ver barred. S. K. MAHU, NAWAIIINE, Administrators of the Estate of D. K. MaJvu. de ceased intestate. Honolulu, March 12, litsl. mh!5-w4t . NOTICE. 1THE UNDERSIGNED, IM HEREBY GIVE . notice that all persons are forbidden from trusting rny wife, ANNE ZABLAN, as she has left my bed and board, and whoever truM her will have to bear the consequence. Also, not to buy any of our property from her without my knowledge, as trouble will be upon the partie doing so. JOAQUIN ZABLAN. Kohala, Hawaii, March 5, 14. mhlo-w3t NOTICE. rilHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN AP JL pointed temporary Administrator of the estate ol the late COL. W. CLAUDE JONES, of Wai luka, deceased, by Hon. A. Fornander, Circuit Judge Second Judicial District, calLs upon all per sons indebted to said estate to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and all persons having claims asrainst said estate, whether secured by mortgage or otherwise, to present their claims, duly authenticated, to the undersigned, nt his office in Wailuku, within six months from the dat of this notice, or be forever barred. THOS. W. EVERETT, Sheriff of Maui. ' Wailuku, Marcli 7, 1S84. mblJJ-wlt