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I "- Mrs Leeiee W.eal. T C Poreetli. Yo-aac Hee. lira punter
aai trhiulren, sr Fgamm.it, wrle and 2 children, Cliaa X
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rwi riwiniDjaTUll tilhan Innrt'M April litL.
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r f n.rctt aad aoa. Hia n A Caatle, Mr. L A Baker. Sit and
Mr. L li TboatHan. C A CJcor.L Mr. Henry Hart aad maid.
T Par. Mr end Mrs I M CJlia.. 0 W BllfeHsaa Mi" II
uaaua. E 1 eatiTTay, Si a Ad-lnid Millar. Kl - 0 A Coici rj.
i Ma H C Ua. S t IV. Jaa Ol'b'ailb, lleury PoweTI. Ab
Sbhat J aVbert. W II rlb, E Lorn, Ab Ctiet and it in
traMta fjr .ydnes and Auckland
I a Bwa Fraocaaco par Am lk Mary Bl R.oen Apri! Alii
SttaJ, r.erae. Mlea J K i'ufsa. Mr Al.kutt aad wife.
Mr. M M SMalUi. V. J Adderly. J PiCkfurJ.
Pat I'urii.nd rT Am batn Jaaa A Falsiubtirg , April lOtb. :
Mia l.r..t,t. St-I,,:r. . S'icter Knia.
OTI;m Oaf THK Vi l.I.ia.
Guos Fkidat Ifttb of Mfl.
t. Batk D. C. Mnmy had a tine pawnee over,
rr, h-c at San Frsociacu on the Slat of lat month
14 tiara out.
V9 Tbt flnc new iron fbip Criiiomt cleared from
lilaa-ro on tbc tb of March with au aaaortcti car-
50 lo F. T. Lcncl.an 4 Co.
trod a aad to the bead, of all tba Public 'DaparUnutl
ia Calcutta, be would nod it a vera ear matter lo ob
tain an excellent utistast for tbe lalirj I mentiuned,
fit., $15" per Doiitb, giring him alio conreranee
bire or trareling allowance a: tbe caae maj be, at the
ratea laid down for Government aervanu drawinc; 300
rapeei a month. Tbii man would hire to do tbe
work of tbe coolie agent f , in tact, bar tbe manage
ment of all out-door work conneetad with tbe immi
grant!. Paragraph 2. I do not believe I said anttbing
aboot chartering a oolie bip ; what I atated was in
regard .u tbe chartering of a 1 ,l0 tun ship at 2 5a.
0d.f or tbe prevailing rate for tonnage, for the pur
pose of conveying immigrant from Calcutta to thi
kingdom, and I can assert fur a positive fact, that
nothing conld be more eaail v accomplished than tbe
chartering ol lucb a vcial, fur tbat purpose, in a
port like Calcutta : why, there are Captains and ship
ping agents who would gladly embrace sncb an offer.
The owners of the eou.ie ships lux refers to, must
have been doing a flourishing trade, if tbey received
for each adult $S0 for passage alone. Not, supp l
ing one wished to-bring immigrants to this kingdom
via tbe straits settlements. Hoogkoug, Yokohama and
San Francisco, tbe following would be toe cost for
passage, including food, medical attendance Ac, ex
cept during the trip (rum Calcutta to Hongkong :
From Calcutta toclnsap- tr, (deck Pass igr) $ 7.50
From a'tltrap -re lo Hoogkoug,
From 11, lockout. t isii Francisco, vi.
Vary Beli e Roheiit. This flnc bark left on
Saturday afternoon with a cargo of augdr and pad
dy for Sau Franciaco, taking a mail.
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AXOTBER BSKETAXIA STREET FRACAS. On Slt-
nrdav nijbt a native policeman was cut actoss tbe
'. arm in attempting lo arrest a man fur some trifling
..ffrt.se in tbat disreputable part of the town near the
Jja Among the returning pasaengcre by tbe City
of San Francleeo, waa Major Geo. E. Macfarlanr,
who bat been absent about three months. We are
iudeb'.cd to tbe Major lor a summary of the new s
by tbc Steamer.
;-" Mr. and Mra. Scott Siddona, well known in
literary circles, were among tbe passengers by the
Citv of San Francisco. She is en route for Auslra
lis, to 911 an engagement. Miss Adilaide Miller,
tbe Hawaiian songstress, is also a passenger.
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Drowsed Thursday evening of laat week an
infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Roth, of this city,
strayed out of sight for a moment of tbe one who
had it in cbatge, and wbeu search was made it wss
found to have fallen into a small pond of water in
Use garden, and to be lifeless.
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t-& VVe desire to call attention to the advertise
men! in to-day's issne ol a lot of thirty choice
Merino bocks, which bare been broughl down per
steamer City of San Francisco, from tbe faim of
tbe well breeders of choice sheep in Alameda coun
ty, Messrs. Severance and Pceta. The former
gentleman came down in charge of the flock, which
is w ell worth Inspection.
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at Wast rti'aa.- arrirad early
a tar Awarrana. k-ispa a larrrs
trjrf Schooner BotiAnzs returned to port yesterday
morning, on account of an aeeident, w-bicb occurred
or. Saturday last. Tbc block on tbe main boom
struck Mr. J. B. Black on tbe head bruising blm
seriously, and alao broke tbe aim of one of the sea
men, which rendered it necessary for tbe vessel to
return to isort for medlcai aid. Ve undct stand she
will resume her voyage on Saturday.
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ratr OF NOMILI 1.1'
From Sao Fiaactaco to liouolnlu, vetceraae Si.00
Total . tST.W
But as it is not intended to give tbe immigrants a
pleasure excursion, I have no hesitation iu asserting
that my figures come as near the mark as possible, i
have certainly not underrated any item of probable
expenditure, tbe cost, however, of chartering the ves
sel, might be either more or less, but tbat would dt
; it. 1 upon the prevailing rate for tonnage.
Paragraph 3. Tbe statement made Ly Vox about
a duly qualified medical practitioner being scot for
from England aoiely for one voyage, and sent back
boms free of cost to himself, is simply absurd. Ab,
ror, tbe Indian Government don't do business in that
way, tbey have plenty of qualified medical men in In
dia, and to spare if necessary men who bare a tbor
ough ksiowledg: of the llindoostannee language, both
oolloquial and vernaoular, as wel. as of tbe treatmeut
vt all diseases tu wbirh natives of India are liable :
and is it likely that they would send to Eugland fur
me heal practitioners, and most probably get men
from thence who could neither speak the language nor
hate any real knowledge of the treatment or diseased
natives? Most certainly nut, and now i willgiietwo
instances of apothecaries having been sent in medical
charge of coolie immi.Tanta dutingtbe years 187- 72,
which I think will refute the assertions made by Yui.
An apothecary named Hastings shipped with a
batch of coolies for tbe Mauritius at a salary of 75 ru
pees or $37.50 per month for the voyage ; after disem
barking them at the Mauritius, be was to proceed
with tbe ship (a chartered one) to London, and oo
arrival there, was to be provided with a 2 i class pss
sage back to Calcutta if he desited it, if not, be was
to receive tbe amount of passage money by way of a
Another apothecary named Lcibenhalls shipped
with coolies for Demarara for a like salury and a re
turn passage to Calcutta by the s .loe ship. Now,
wjiat necessity can there be for $o,()00 fur medical
Theae apothecaries are men who hare been trained
in tbe medical department under tiurernment, and
are generally clever and skillful men. Tbey first
commence their career at tbe age of 12 or lit years
and have even then to pass a eerlaio exnmiuatiun be
fure being admitted into the department as apprenti
ces. From this, they rise by merit from grade to
grade, and for each graile tbey must pass a success
ful examination unti. they obtain the rank of senior
apothecary. This latter rank, howei-r, is given ao-
eording tu seniority in the department, after baring
attained tbe rank of lat grade apothecary. But maoy
of these men go to England and walk tbe public hos
pitals in London fur two years for their diplomas aud
up..n their return to India are generally appointed
civil eurgeuos of small stations.
From their first entry iuto tbe medical department
if not retained fur employment iu the Prejideucy Gen
eral Hospitals, they are drafted to serve io the regi
mental hospitals of the army, and as India is very
seldom long without some active field service going
on, these men have excelUnt opportunities of gaining
practical knowledge of all appertaining tu medical
and surgical sciences.
There sre always men of this description available
in India, who have mostly been discharged from the
Government service for Some trifling offence, but wbo
are well qualified to take medical charge of a batch of
Kail Indian Immigrants. It does uot however, fol
low tbat men of this class should be engaged for the
voyage from Calcutta, while there are diploma'd sub
assistant surgeons (native) wbo have graduated in
the medical college io Calcutta , their rate of pay Ac.
on first appointment to a cbarge, being 125 rupees,
with 30 rupees horse allowance per month. One of
these doctors would, I should think, be an acquisition
to the Board of Health here for to prevent his enter
ing into private practice and to utilixe bis serrices to
tbe best adrantnge he might he appointed a perma
nent medical inspector oo a fixed salary and bis du
ties wunld be to visit periodically all tbe islands on
which the . I. immigrants were located and furnish
reports to tbe Board of Health.
Paragraphs 4 A 5. Wrong again. Vox. With re
gard to paragraph 5, tbe mode of procedure for ap
plying fur immigrants, is through the Commissioner
here, but not to tbe Government of England, for the
Home Government would not for a moment entertain
any proposal or scheme for obtaining immigrants
fr .m India unless approved of and lecommended by
The Governor General does not act nnder the di
rection of tbe Secretary of State for India ; he has full
power to sanction all acts of the .Supreme and Legislative
Councils , excepting acts of an important State na
ture requiringtbeauthsrity orsanction of II. M. Impe
rial Government. All such acts being submitted thro'
the Secretary of State fur India.
With regard lo tbc last paragraph but one of Vox't
letter, I think it would have been much better bad he
disguised what is not tbe fact. Tbe coolies in the
East Indies are no more tbe scum of tbe population,
tban tbe laboring white men arc tbe scum of the pop
ulation of other countries ; nor can I understand why
men, no matter of what race, wbo earn an honest
With great coolness, he told ' livelihood by tbe sweat of tbeir brow, can beset down
a solo , it oeuiir a acn suuau taoi, luai uiuit '
pie possessing any kind of common sense, generally
suppose the scum of a population to be composed
chiefly or idle rogues, thieves, vagabonds Ac.
Should t'ea- agiin venture to write upon the sub
ject of immigration from tbe East Indies, I trust be
will kindly refrain from quoting my name, for I can
not afford tbe lime, nor do I wish to have the bother
of replying to letters containing nothinz but a lot of
nunsense. W. II. Collins.
Latest Foreign News.
By arrival of the steamer City ol San Francisco
yesterday morning at right o'clock, seve n days and
uineteen hours from San Francisco we have dates
to April 3d. The steamer was delayed five daya In
Sin Francisco Dnderlnstroctlons from tl eNew York
office, pending settlement of snbsldy matters be
tween tbe Pacific Mail Co. and the New South
In regard to the Reciprocity Treaty we ar6 sorry
that we canunt report progress. The debate on tin
bill has been interrupted by oilier matters which
arc regarded as of greater Importance, and tbe con
sideration of tbc Appropriation bill now pending
seems likely to defer it for some time longer. We
are ioformed however by Msjor Macfarlane, who
returned by tbc steamer yesterday, and to whom
we arc indebted for a number of items of interest,
tbat the Treaty had been made the special order of
tbe day for Thursday, April 6tb, and it was confi
dently believed that a vote would be reached by the
following day. We shall probably receive the news
of its fate by tbe clipper brig Julia M. Avery, which
was under despatch to Tbeo. H. Daries Esq. and
was to leave immediately after tbe vote was an
nounced. She may oe looked for here about Situi
day, tbe 2?nd. The D. C. Murray had a quick run
over, arriving March Slst, after fourteen days pass
age. She will leave on her leturn about April 5th.
A guano ship was also to sail abuut tame time
for this port.
The U. S. 3. Lackawana has been ordered lo pro
ceed directly Iroui Mexico to Honolulu. Captain
Gherardi of the V. S. S. Pensacoia has been court
martialed for flogging seamen.
A disastrous slortn occurred in thu east about
Madame Carl Scburz died recently of puerperal
fever, leaving live children.
It is expected that within a week or ten days the
Senate will be ready to proceed with tnc impeach
ment trial of General Belknap, late-Secretary of War
as soon as tbe House adopts thearticlesof impeaeh
nieut. it will exhibit the same to the Senate. The
President of tbe Senate will then issue a summons
to Belknap to apjiear aud answer.
A dispatch from Berlin reports the Imperial Pow
ers exchanging communications with a view of
assisting Turkey out of her financial embarrassment,
and designating some expert Western stateainau to
t ike charge of tbe Ollomau finances.
Rio Jan'eiro. March 27lh. The Emperor of
Brazil, wbo sailed yesterday for tbc United States,
will not touch at Babia on account of quarantine ex
itting there. lie will, however, touch at Peruam
Rome, March l'Stn. The Ministry Lave resigned,
and tbe King has entrusted to Signor Deprives of
the Left the task of forming a Cabinet.
New York, March 29th. Tbe Plymouth Church
Investigation Committee, examining tbc charges
against Henry C. Boweu, continued the Investiga
tion last evening. Tbe Committee declined to hear
the evidence of Andrew Brsdshaw. presented bv
Importers and Dealers in
By E. P. ADAMS.
Ity C. S. BARTOW.
REGULAR USH SALE!
ON THURSDAY, APRIL 13,
At linir-paotl A. JI.. Stale Room.
BUILDING MATERIALS ! NEW GOODS, CLOTHING
BrRSED to Death. D. Xtiublvu of Molo&a,
Kaoai, wriln tbat cbild of Mr. John Mitchell of
tbat place, a abort time eince followed its mtber j
into tbe cook-bouse wberc ebe kindled tbe fire, and j
tben leaving the child alone, the went down to the
brook, and oo her return after a few tuitiutcs absence, ;
the foDod iH clothing on fire. Tbe injuries anttalncd
' t the child were k terUus tbat u 6Uortljr after I
Interesting to Alabama Claim ants. We ur ,
del-stand that His Ex. II. A. Pcirce.the 1. 8. Minis- j
tcr, is engaged by the V. 6. Government to reprc- ;
sent tbat Government before commissioners in all I
Alabama claims presented from here, and both Jus
tices Harris aud Judd are appointed such commis
sioners. A. S. Hart well Esq., acts as attorney for
the claimant, and tbe evidence, we learn, is to be
prepared without delay.
Moonlight Concerts. When tbe full orbed '
Queeu of Night was iu tbe acme of her glory last
week, tbe town was favored with two concerts it
Emma Square by tbe band, on Thursday and Friday
evenings. We cannot have too mueti music. Good '
music always hss a refiuiug influence, whether pro
duced by tbc solemn voiced organ or by instruments
of brass: whether listened lo within the earthly j
temples of God, or beneath the blue vault ol
In the French Chamber ol Deputies a grant ol
$350,000 was unanimously voted for the relief of
sufferers by the recent luuodationa.
Advices from India report tbat tbe steamship
Jon od from Sheer was wrecked In the Arabian sea.
She had on board about 500 pilgrims, chiefly Per
sians, bound to Bushiere. Three men, supposed
tu be tbe only lurvlore, reached Uodeada.
Washington, March 28th. The Senate, In ex
ecutive session yesterday, considered the report of
the Committee on Foreign Relations adverse to the
confirmation of Dana. No action was taken, hut it
Is thought the adverse report will be agreed to.
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Paintcl Accident. The numerous friends of
Mr. Henry P. Baldwiu were shocked on Wednesday
last by tbe report which came by the Nettie Merrill,
tbat bis right arm hsd been crushed iu tbe rollers ol ;
tbe Hamikua Sugar Mills. The particulars of the I
accident ire as follows: On Thursday afternoon !
March 30: h. after the grinding for the day was over,
the engine as usual was kept running for tl.e pur- !
pose of pumping water. Mr. Baldwin and the en-
gineer were standing near the mill, engaged in eon- .
vcrsalion, wbeu tbe former, wishing to inspect the j
distance between the rollers placed bis fingers in
too cloac proximity to tbe jaws of the relentless ma- ,
ciilnc. His attentiou was for an instant diverted i
and before he knew it, his hand hid been seized
with an implacable grip and was beiug rapidly car
ried through the mill
the engineer to reverse the engine, which was done
Ba soon aa be could spring to the lever, and none too
promptly, for a delay of but a seeood or two, aud 1
bis life would bare been the forfeit. As it was, the i
arm was completely crushed as far up as the elbow,
while tbe muscles and flush above were so torn and '
lacerated as to render imputatioD necessary within
lour Inches of the shoulder. Alter his arm w as ex
tricated, Mr. Baldwiu sent a boy for Dr. M.ifBt who
was at Wailukn, some tourteeu miles distant, and
then walked to the house ol the engineer to await
bis arrival The doctor was on hand, iu the almost
incredibly short time ol one hour and twenty Mia
titr from the time tbe messenger started, snd be
perfortTicd tbe amputation successfully, aud we are
bappy lo be able to itite that at last advices the pro
cess of healing was going on satislactoriiy, aud the
patient was comfortable.
( onrrrning limn r;i lit, from India.
To the Eniroa Hawaiian Gazbtte.
Sia : In last r-atnrday's issue uf tbe Pacific Com
mercial Advcrtiter, I see there is a letter signed lrox,
ia which he freely atrsi his thoughts and opinions,
against my statement of praetieal facts, published in
the Gazette of the 22nd ultimo, but as I perceive
that be has no more practical knowledge ot the sub
ject upon which he writes, than he has of translating
the Hindoo Shastrasi from Oordoo into Sanscrit, Hin
du rr Norn. I shall proceed to reply to hts letter,
taking each paragraph in suecessioa.
Paragraph 1. Can Vox give a brief detail of some
nf the items which would bring tbe eost of immigrants
here from India up to either SI 50 or t!2t I think
not : besides, what hat this government to do with
what it costs planters io the British Colonies per ca
put for immigrants T I oannot see tbe least necessity
for taking this either as a precedent or criterion.
Perhaps Vox may be a little betterenlightened on tbe
sabjaet. when I tell him that tbe reason generally wby
coolie immigration to the eolonies eorts tbe planters
so much. is. that the Colonial Immigration Agent il
in most cases, a pompous, empty-headed snob, who
fritters away his time by dawdling in tbt vicinity o,
tbe Foreign Office, or the Office of the Board of Im.
migration, or perhaps occasionally breakfasting at
the Government Heat, (every Tbartdty when the
Viceroy is in Calcutta,) the remainder of the day be
ing probably passed in ptaying billiards in tome of
the fast houses about Calcutta, entrusting tbe procur
ing of his immigrants to a set of unscrupulous ras
cals wbo style Lheaaselvea Co .lie Agents. These men
an either Anglo-Indians, Eurasiani or Natives,
mostly the two latter. Tbey receive advances to
eover expenses in procuring immigrants, and either
go into acme of the districts tbena selves, or employ
nativaa for this purpose, in which latter case, they
aaous tbeaaselvea to much tbe same manner as their
employer, bat oa a smaller scale. Indeed, I bavc
known several eases where men of this class have tak
en lilunsa which tbey have appropriated for their
own wan and have never afterwards put in an appear
ance. At a matter of course the agent must have a
clerk, aad this gentlemsn, yon may ba lure, studies
bis awa interests, aad furthers, so far at liet in hit
power, lav schemes of the rascals referred to, so lung
at tbey ara remunerative to himself.
This it not the system however upon which the fig
nrea ia mj ttateeacat are based. The deputed agent
frosa this kingdom, aa I have already said before,
aboald ha aa efficient and wall qualified man, and 1
aheald also aay. aa influential member of society.
He would require aa able assistant, aad tbe way to
obtaia a good one, would be through tbe head of
soat Public Department, and at then it set tbe least
but that the tgcut would ia due course be u
I SPECIAL NOTICE
The I'ndersltriicd, duly- Sivorn before n
. Justice of Supreme Court, and having; two superior Berlin
instruments Is prepared to make Analysis of Snear b
Polarizatlon. Having assisted Col. Z. S. Spalding last year
to polarize hts purchases of refinery BUfrars, be Is confident
! of Riving correct results.
W.M. O. IBWItf.
Honolulu. March 31st, ISTS. SSG 3m
WE HAVE RECEIVED
From Madras & Calcutta!
via Sydney, a Small Lot of
IVioe Oiiriy Powder
vrrauoB to aunr m tin haruet,
Great Eastern Chutnies!
OF ALL KINDS,
The Best Salad Oil !
JAPAN AND CHINA TEAS IN TOWN
Which together with a FRESH STOCK OF GOODS from
CallfurnLi, we offer
OJaoaEtj for Casb.
FRIEL & LAINE.
FOB KAU: 0.K M WU.I IIOK.M
very emmy un.i perfectly safe for Udy. He hM
been broken Into thi enrrugff thot'fth mostly used
n u tkJdie horse, tor particulars itpply at
457 II. M WHli'KtiY'Sboobtore.
tho.se iki:.mihi:s siti'ated ox the
NORTH corner of Punchbowl and Queen itreeta
I'liauaf-SHlon riven Imiiit-dlately. Apply to
' '. ... Honolulu April litfa, 1876, liltiJ10P& Co.
W ACTED TO Bl'V AND EXCHaXOE V I.I.
kinds of Kereiern stampa. 1 0e big host cash or
exchange price paid for Sandwich and HJI Island stamps.
Sheets ot stamps sent on approval.
Address to GEO. E. WASHBURN,
M 'm P. O. Boa IS, Sain Kranclaco, fal
FULL BLOOD MERINO BUCKS FOR SALE
SHEEP ii tt t: nil; us desikoi s of im
I'ROVINO thflr stock arm rl,, well to lnDrct trip lot or
pure bred MERINO BUCKS. Jusl Imported from the cele- l
nrateo sneep rancn or severance and Peeta, A lam. da,
California, and now on view at the Hawaiian Hotel prem
ises. ts7 im
Of It I Mi THE ABSKXCE OF B. F. DILLINU
HAM from this Kingdom. Mr. Ii. J. AONEW la
' authorized to sigu by procuration for the flnu of Iillliua
. ham fc 00. in l l.l N' .11 a H at CO.
Hooolulu. March 21st, M6 31
BE IT KOWBf TO ALL SEX OF EVEBI
description, that l warn and frbld any from advan
cing or paying to w. s. Pahukula any money or property
on the strength of a note which he is aald to hold bearing
my name, and becoming due on the 10th of thia month,
but which I never signed, and do hereby denounce aa
fraudulent. C. KANAINA.
Honolulu. April 3, 1876. Mil lm
36 Kathumann St-, oppnlte Mr. O. Rbodea' Store. ly
ON THE s r II OF APBIL 1876, AT 12 O'CLCK
NOON, a lot of est ray horses will be sold at the
pound at Kolioialoa, Dtstiict of Ilonololu. These horses
are of various ages and sexes, aud are marked wiih s
number of lndeschbaole hranda.
A. B. KAAUKUU, Pound Master.
March 31st, 1878. MC lt
Sailing Days as psi" Schedule !
Uulesi Otherwite Advertifled.
TICKETS ONLY AT THE OFFICE
FREIGHT BILLS DUE ON DEMAND.
MS OFFICE WITH WILDER Co.
SAM'L G. WILDER,
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands,
MUTUAL LIFE INSURRANCE COMPANY
OF NEW VOlt I.
ECONOMICAL LIFE INS. CO.
IN THE WORLD !
ASSETS (1870) $80,000,000
JLjU CASH !
Now is a Good Time to Insure
None Bat First-Class Risks Taken
MS OFFICE WITH WII.DEB aft. Co.
Notice to Alabama Claimants.
All. fEBSO.VK II.UIMi I. A I 'IN OF THE
kind called Al.tH.lM . :. l Mr- aa-alnst the Cnittd
States, are notified that evidence on the same will be
taken before Commissioners ia Honolulu at davs to be l
appotntea, wotcn may oe learned by enquiry at this otace.
AZ.FKED . UAKTWEIX,
Attorney and Coanaeilor at Law.
Office over Dr. HotTmana'a Urug btore, Merchant 8L,
Honolulu, U. I. 657 n
Notice to Creditors.
"OTICE IS HEREBY GITEX TO ALL WHO
XS have claims against tbe estate of A. W. b.NKU, de
ceased, testate. Late of Hon , lulu, to present the same to
the auderataaeO, duly authenticated, within six months
from date. And all persona Indebted lo the said A. W.
Knell, arc required to pay the amounts owing by them
forliiwltn. I.EALKA KNELL,
Executrix of the will of A. w. SneU.
a Vt ILLIAU O. SMITH.
Administrator with will annexed of aaid A. W. SnelL
Honolulu, April II, IS7i. 5S7 1.
TITO VERT FIXE TOXED
Shortly Expected from New York,
AND FOR SALE BY
H. M. WHITNEY.
rhese Pianos, like tbe Stelnway, rank among the beat
for sweetness of tone and darabtuty. ess
Ru FrancUeo. Cml.
iClM LUIDi BECOME ASMOCIATF.D IX
QlfB the nuuiftcement of tbe Hotel. I bt-x to inform
tbe public that It has been re-painted and gener-re-forolshed..
toffetalver with otber chances,
addl&c greatly io tbe comfort of Its fQeatt, aod now pos
sesses all tbc modern appointments of a Flrat-claas tloteL
The Hotel Contains 400 Rooms.
Its cvlaine la unsorpis-ed. and h Manacemeat lntDd
tbat It stall be Mcond IB do Hotel In Eon Francisco.
IU Im CHAS. L WETHERBtE.
THAT TALC ABLE A M DESIRABLE
Corner Lot. hvl: 94 feet frontage to the Ewa tide
of Msonakea Utreet. and 18 feet frontage to t Lie
matcal side of Kins Street, Honolulu, witb well built
Brick House thereon, tollable for a store and dwelling
For terms and other particulars, enquire of
K. T. O'HALLORAN,
5S6 Solicitor, Fort Street.
E. O. HALL & SON
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Among which maybe found especially for
AMERICA. AXOSKEAO A. BLEACHED
COTTONS, M, Wamautta, 4-1 Bleached Couons;
Pepperell RbeeUng-s. 8, 9. and 10 quarters: American A. C.
A. Tlcklii. c. at u. Tlckinas. English Robe Prtats, Dark
and Uaht Ground Pink Pad Prinu, Enameled Dnck and
A Full Assortment of
Hardware, Fence Wire,
Tin, Solder, Force and Uft Pomps, and a complete stock
ofTools Looks, Nulla, Screws, BulU, Bolts, Axles, iSpr.nct,
CarruLfe and Riding Whips, 4c, dfce., in variety, too
numerous to specify.
Turpentine. Vamisb, Brushes, Agricultural Implements,
Western " two Horse Tandem Cultivators, Mollne Plows,
FHT-PAS3, rEOK POTS.
Seine Twines !
And soon expected a splendid assortment of the beat
PLATED SILVER WARE!
To salt every taste, Knives, Forks, Spoons, dtc, atc
s6 im c o. hall tt so..
A LOT OF
Just the Arm for
Bullock Shoo t iii f !
Can be bad for
Than any Fin Arm of the kind ever sold
in this Market.
Send for Price, or Call Soon.
" " DILLINGHAM fc Co.
Notice to Creditors.
ALL FERJMSS.S II S. VIM. C'I.AI3fH AfiAIXST
the Eaute of WILUAaf HALL, late of Bare tan la
Ktreet, Honolulu, dec pas -d, ara reqtirsted to forward tbe
same witb tbe proper vouchers to tbe Undersifoed. at his
office. No. 2S Fort Street, Uonoraln, within six calendar
months from the date of the first publication of thia no
tice, or they will be forever barred. And all parsons in
debted to tbe said William Hall are required to pay tba
amounts ow ing by them forthwith.
Administrator of tba EaLue of the said Wm. Hall
Dated thia 7th day of March, U7S. Ml If.
THE tVIi:USIt.NKI. UAVIM. BEE.V
DULY appointed Administrator of tbe estata of
MANUEL OOJI AS, of KM aa, Kaoai, deceased, by tbe
Hoanrable Duncan afcBryde Circuit Judge, lib Judicial
Cirruit ; all persona indebted to aaad estate are hereby re
quested to make Immediate payment, and all ha vine
claims afaintt tbe estate most present tbe same, witb tbe
proper vouchers, within six months from dale berejaf, or
they will be forever ban-ad. 2. SETA, Administrator.
Ilanalel. Kauai. NaT. II, 1S7. - Ml It"
ALL PERSON'S HAVING CL AIMS At. AIXST
the ratal of Yuan Sbeone. late of Kin street, Ho
nolulu, Merchant, deaeaaed, whether secured by mortgage
or otherwise, ara requested lo present tbe same, duly au
IllaianVsIf il to tne, the ur.der-lgned, at tbe store of Messrs.
Along at Ac-buck. Nuuanu Street, Honolulu, within six
months fr -m the date of tbe Brat publication of thia notice,
or Utay will be forever barred Aad all person, indebted
to Ua saw estate ara required to pay tba amounts owta ay
to my aoucttor, ur. sc. T. O'Halioran, of 31 rort
Baaavmaaaaaaaa YoUKo hjex,
E tecu tor of the will of Young BhatasT dec I a atd.
rated m:j Utb day of March, IITL Milt
'iir'W SennHinir Rniinlc:
a Val VVJW UVIlUvllU 111; II I 11.
Toogued k Grooved, Sorfaeedt
Planks, Battens, Pickets !
li in. i 4, 1x5, and 1x6, for
Scantling, Boards. Plank,
Baiteni 1x3, 1x4, 1-2x3, and 1-2x2
Pickets Rough and fancy,
Surfaced Boards and Plaok, 7-S to 2 in.
TuDgueJ and (iroored
TIMBER FOR SHIP USE
2x12 to .lfixlfi ;
Clear Nor'West. for Planter's TJse
EASTERN WHITE FINE,
California and Eastern Doors, all sizes
6AS1I, all liiei ; BLIXD, all sixes ;
WHITE LEAD and ZINC I
PAI.VT OIL A .SHALL PAI.HX CHEAP.
Puttj and Varnish,
Glais, No. 2x2 and 2,
Wall Paper and Border
Iron and Tinned Taoki,
Paint sol Whitewash Brushes,
METALLIC AND FIRE-PROOF PAINT
For Plantation or any Other Uie,
Butts and Hinges,
Hooks and Eyes, Ac.
Salt In Quantities to Suit:
SAM'L C. WILDER,
Hawaiian Steamer KILAUEA!
FANCY GOODS, &c.
Fine Prints, Mnslias, Liaea Drills,
Brown Cottoas, White Cutloas, Msriao,
Vioturia Lawns, Silk lTaadksrehicfs,
Hem mad Linen Handkerchief',
Harrard Shirts, Fancy Flannel Orershirti,
Turkish Towels for Bathing,
Blanket, White Shirts, Amnskesr; Dealms,
Amoakertg Stripes, Cott.m Drill, Brilliaots,
Fine Tweed Suits, Bed Quilts,
Merino and Cotton Undershirts,
Felt and Straw Hats, Ladies' Ilnsa,
Mea'a Sooks, Bridles and Bits,
Trareling Bags, Etc., Etc., Etc.
liv t Brands Kerosene. Card Matfihss,
Taaft Powder, Sardines. Wrapping Pspar,
Soda Crscksrs, Clothes Pins, liatns.
Bacon, Candles, Pickles, Tobaoco,
Cigars, Fins Tea, Oysters,
Axs Handles, Salt, Waih Blue, Pain Killer,
ate. ate. at-e.
Sugar! Crushed Sugar!
E. P. AOA.VS, Auctioneer.
On TUESDAY, : : APRIL 18th,
At 10 sllask A. M.. will be said.
AN ASST OF DRY GOODS
A LOT OF
Mahogany Centtv Table. Chairs,
Piano rorte, Betlaleada. Loonga.
Wardrobe. Kaa Table.
Cmaaa of Ala, Xaallis lvara, Bkla arSalmoa.
Bundles of Fine Manienie Hay.
C. S. BAET0W, AuotroawT.
On Beretania Street
ON SATURDAY, - - - April 22d,
At 13 o'clock noon, at salesroom,
WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION
That Certain Piece of Land
On Beretania Street, and adjoining Mrs Morgatn'a,
Measuring 68 Feet on Beretania Street,
CONTAINING AN AREA OF 203 FATHOIS!
kW Title rood. DeerU at expn of parcbar. After
tbe Sole will be sold THREE HUlSK4, to b removed.
On Queen Street.
Br Order of Mr. M. J. Rose,
SATURDAY, .... APRIL 22,
At 1 o'clock .Noon, at Halea Room.
WILL BE SOLD ATP UBLIC A UCTION
PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND
Ou Qneen Htres,
Malta) of the now Government Building., with
The Buildings & Improvements Thereupon
Betne the raautta portion of the lot an conveyed by F. FT.
Harris to Myron 3. Rote, aa per ded recorded In Rrctstry
Offlre. Liber 32, pages 173 and 1791 Tbere la a large and
comfortable CotUffe and Outbuildings upon tbe property.
In good repair.
Immediately after the above Sale,
Will be Sold
THE LOT IN THE REAR
Of above described premises, with tbe Buildings and Im
Plan ol Property can be teen at Auction Boom.
Deed at Expense of Purchaser.
K. P. ADAM9, Auctioneer.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
At Auction !
8Y ORDER OF MR. GEO.. C. SIDERS,
ON SATURDAY, : : APRIL 22nd,
At 12 o'clock noon, at Salesroom
Will be offered at Public A uction,
DWELLING HOUSE & LOT!
At present owned and occupied by Mr. fSiflers, near the
corner of Punchbowl and Beretania streets, Honolulu.
The bouse has seven rooms and a basement. In good re
pair, water laid on.There la also
A Carriage II j .. Stable and Requisite Out
This la one of the most pleasantly located spots for a resi
dence in the city. Tbe situation Is elevated, and the view
Fur particulars enquire of Mr. ten. 0L Mider. or of
K. P. A DA Ms, Auctioneer.
Real Estate for Sale.
TWO CssTT AUES IN REPAIR, LOCATED
In a pleasant part of tbe town, with Bath House,
aud small store on the premises.
ass Ira Knoulreof C. . BARTOW.
M riu; voixaso noi sk. crater of
KII.AUEA, will be closes! on March Utb, l-TS
After that data, parties srtaltlna the Crater ahould
provide themselves with Tents, Food, Beddlnf, Uutdea, Ac
Volcano Moose, March 1st, 1S7C sal Im
To Let, Lease or for Sale.
as it i: iso.s aiii.i: terms a on k.-
ii-.n r Famllr residence.
For particulars apply to
JAMF.S H. I.KMOS.
e THE fire proof ntore OX QrEES
2J3 HTRKFT, lately oucnpled by C H. Bartow Jiaq, aa
Xasav an Auction Room. Po as. salon glTen immediately.
Apply to M0 hn) sv. C. PAHKa,
LUMBER ! LUMBER!!
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
afkFFER FOR MALE IX qVAXTITIES TO
V stir PURCif A9KR8.
The Cargo of North West Lumber!
EX JANE A. FALKINBURQ.
At tkalr Ltrtataer Yard.
ON ROBINSON'S WHARF.
At a Low Rate, as can be Obtained
1 in. Boards,
T. fc G. Boards 1x8,
3x3 Clear Scantling,
4x4 Clear Scantling,
5x5 Clear Scantling,
10x10 Timber, ,
4 in. Plank,
3 in. l'laiik'
2 in. Plank,
1 J in. Plank,
4 in. Plank,
SM 3ms AI.I.F.X RORlNSOSr.
flSHE WATER RATE5I FROM JAXIARY
M. 1st, 1876, i payable In advance, to July 1st, 1S7S, he.
lna now doe, all persona haelnc Water Rates unpaid ara
requested to call at my o litre and aattle prealoua to the
list of March, that being the end of the Fleal Year.
All Water Rates unpdd fur alter thai data are liable to
be cut off wltbuut any further notice.
H. & UOWLAN D.
U3 lm Rapt. Water Worka,
French and German.
AN KXPERIEHt'ED TEACHER ISfTEXIIfl
to open an afternoon French and Oarrnan claea.
Parents daalrlng tbelr children to ,tudy eftber one or bolt
of the aforesaid Utnuaes. are requested to cotntnunlcat.
by letter to A. Z., at Mr. Whitney's Book store. (MJ
Per Ceylon. Direct from Boston,
WHALEMEN'S OARH, FROM Id FEET TO
23 reet Ions, of the bearquailty.
Pur sale by US BOI.IJW A CO.
Oregon Sugar Cared Hams.
KCKIVED Per Bark .If ATTIE MACLEAT.
fifteen days from Portland, a lot ol tbuae aplendul
For sale by (17) BOLL1S.1 a LXt.
THE I'XDERHIOXED ia Pre
pared to tan. orders for drayuie.
Stand oo Queen Strsat.
R. V. Hl.HHA.inn.
California Red Brick.
A FEW TIIOI'SASD OF fiOOD QfAMTT,
received this day per Mary Belle Roberta, aad for
sale by JM tQUSB A CO.
A n TO TAKE 1 11AKUE mt fOWf.,
and carry on a Dairy,
HXXR Y MAT.
ss Fon Suae.
I EST Ql LITY.
a S7S For aale by
HO LLCS A CO.
Oregon Dried Apples !
FOB SALE BT
57S nOI.I.K A CO.
lo 1 I feanln T smn AV 'WViitn S..ll,a.'
ivaiitvt uia lituio oh rr man Ail vvuot
If C CUE MT Beat syaal
tati oixjw a oo.
W7S NULIMII POBTLABn CMHT Be ajaal-
atj ity. rorsaieoy
I?f FBEXCII. UERMAM aalt that aK'IRMCRtl
by a trained lchw f taw yean experience.
Apply to C. ft C.. olttce ol this paper. 171
THAT VERY DESIRABLE DWELLINO AND
Premises, No ISO Nuuanu Artnoc, containing- pr
lon, din 1 of room, bedrooni, dresoloa: ruom, Clina, and
clotbes cloaetaon first llAor. baement anderall: three
rooms oo second floor, kltcten and pantry connected, also
with taaementbsCTteaAh. bathijaj and waabrooro, carriage
house, stable. fwi house Ac, lu order, Apply to
Auff 10.S52 tf J. H. WOOD,
ALSO the cottafs and premises adjoining, with sU
rooms, kitchen, bathroom, sarrants' room store room,
slabitB, and carriage house.
THE WELL-KNOW V C'OTTAVE
rashtenea of the lata P. H. Treadway, at M
aahairia, Ls offered To Let or For Hale, on t
fav.jrahle terms. It consists of a laxma. roomy J-reJIing
and out houstw, with a line yard and shad treas, located
on the main street, about Ave minutes walk from the post
omce, stands near tbe sea shore, hss One bsthlnf prtsl
Ipges. and many conveniences. For a trammer residence
for Invalids, tbe climate of lasBhaina, combined with Its la
Tlforaung sea batlUns;. Is unequalled in ibis group.
For further parUculars, inquire of.
taa-zm H. ii. wmi.vF.y
CARPENTER AND JOINER
fax. Work Oana Promptly. -fca
Shop on Fart St.. EaplaaaaU, oppoalu Urppar'a Barrel
, actor,. e.'.73 I,
CSITIZF-SH AWD HEM DENT OF HOXO.
LTJLTJ, Vlaittna rrlenda aud itraofers (enerally ar.
cordially Inrlted to attend Public Woraalp at F. HT HT.
CHURCH, where Serrices are hMtl erery Kabbath at II
o'clock A. M. . and 'H P. M. Seats are provided tor an
wao may ba pleased to attend. Tiiere la a WadaaaiaF
erenlna Prayer Msetlnc at 7 o'eiork, la tbe Lectar.
Room, to whit b all are welcome. IM ly
THE HOI si; LATELT OCCI'PIEO
by Mr. 8. M. Carter, situated at the corner of iSalae.
Walk and pnnchbowl flts. Posaeaaaoo given Imme
diately. Apply at tbe
S71 lm MARSHAL'S OPPICX.
For Sale or For Lease.
A HANDSOME COTTAUE. PLEASA-T-
ly located, witb garden, ate., containing parlor, three
Irooms, two ctoaet., duilna room, sritciaso aad
pantry, bathroom, sarranta hoaae, carriafa housa aad
stable, ail rery conrenlent, and iu perfect order. Applv to
Ml tf 11CU0 8TAOEN'aLX. M.D.
THE nWELLIMO HOI SE I.4TEI.T Of.
CUPIKD by Use suhaerfber, at Mated ia Barretanla
at. Ill la I. .';.. Is In Oral rate repair, aad fitted
witb ail Use lamrtalftta, of a Ural claea hoaae.
ttvanra of K BOLUS A CO
Desirable House Lots for Sale.
AM I'XBEB of teOTS OSS the SI LAOHAHI A
PLAINS, ntronMy tttaated far hrnrrmt purposes, at -or
aale at reaaonabto prfcea For terms aod other particne
rr exi.tr of H7 Im) 8. B. DOLE.
AorviDEXD or 7 pbb cut. will be
paid at oar office, la HUo, to Uw creditors of tba
aatataaf L. Hapal A Son, ea Utb of April next.
Hllo, March 20, 117 A. Ill lm HITCHCOCK A MtO.
be paid at tba
nisnnr prick win
of H. M. WHITTf ET.
went to PoatOtuc.
A Few More
ikf THIME ELKO 5TT CUKO.lt OH aaad OLr,
f taOKAPH PH.TI. RKa. Juat reeeived by aveamer aod
now openiaf. For sals by
I7J lm H. U. WHITNEY.
PERHOX WI HII 1G TO LEAB5T HIMUIXr..
can aaasr of a rxKapet.nl Teacher, oe reaaouaaia
term., for .renioaTa- Call at the OnVes of this paper,
FOUITJID RESTAURANT 1ND BOARDING HOUSE
Kaa. ta Hotel Street, Heaw Fort,
mlEAU AT I.I. HorRH FROM MOBHISIO
1TJL CHTIL 10 o'clock P. M. Fortoeaenadtuf Ubor
Ing Men, we will gtrs food Board in Lower OtahaF Hawaas
4.50 Per Weak, Single Meal asota.
board vp st a I ma tta.ee.
We bare a separate SJnlas Htsaaa to I a Haw sykat ar
wltboot at tlemrn.
O00D TBA AID 007713, ICXS I00A !
and food claars always on hand.
U0 am atlBBT aud ulWim, Ma.aaff la.
rTSHE 17 H DBBHie KB. FORMERLY
S Mr. Eckart, bes to Inform rlrknasa of Hooolulu and
the public f enerally, that he baa takes the store oa Fort
r.eii eiiow mu. . rorouny oeeapssa try
e he wiiitlr. saertsl slrsntloB la tASQ)
palrioc of ail kinds of Jrairy.
aim to Shell and Kakai Work.
BwT svtu oaraatae aataaaSayttoo ta all his work, -stat
tC7 Jm WM. M. WAfHAiJtjt.