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nv B. P. ADAMS.
REGULAR CASH SALE
Wednesday, January 19th,
At 10 .. t. niltnlr Room,
FANCY (J 00 IKS
A Nil AN ASSORTMENT 01
Sticks Smnll Yollow Corn,
Cnsos Mod I um Drone..
K I' ATIAMM, Auctr.
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS
PARTIES IN HONOLULU
tjt other part of tht iAtitniW,
Orders Filled at Lowest Rates
Ily apollcellon to lie K l. AtHMK, Queeu gtrctl, who
ha our liescrtpUvr Catalogue with Prices.
ON HAND AT THE STORE OF L. W. HOPP
Black Walnut Bedroom Sets.
illnck Wit (nut Sideboards,
Jllnck Walnut IMiiIiik Chnlrs,
Onk Cnnc Sent Dining Chttiia.
Ccilnr Ilctlroom Mcts,
L P. 1DARS, iCENT FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANOS
So. 76 and 78 Hotel Street,
HART BROTHERS, Proprietors.
Board by tho Day, Week or Transient
Cigars, Cigarette and Tobacco,
Soda Water and other Iced Drinks.
Meals Served in First-Class Stylo
AT A 1. 1. 1IOUHS.
HKNltY J. II AltT. 8Si 0 ELLIS A. H AltT.
NEW DRUG STORE
OJI XU-AXU rsTBKKT.
Holllster xXs Co.
THEHHENTION OF THE PUBLIC,
To thf Fsclthst they have
Opened at their Old Stand.
No. M Naiunn Mr,ect, a Full 1.1 no of
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, DYB STUFFS,
D 11 UG GISTS' SUXAJllJZS,
THE LAHOF.hT ANU MOhT
Completi Assortment of Perfumery
is Tiir. irr.
THE PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT
I. In charge of a Pharmaceutist of lare eiucrlence,
thoroughly competent and rellsule.
r, Prescriptions compounded el ll hout of ilj of
SlUlir HEM.OMTIIr: I'KIISIT IMOM.
1'AltlSIAN AND AMKIUOAX
DRESS MAKING ROOMS
Corner I'urt and Hotel His., Up Stairs.
IIS. POOIVB "WOLMjO UKHI'KCr-
FUU.V call the itleutlou of Ladlta to hn riry
luptrior BysUn of Measuring and Cattins;,
ttlch cannot fall lo lfl " Dttftuj and graca
o Mantiai in smug (rury b,uiu.
P1CIAL ATTUfloN WILL IE OIVKJI
M urninj , Wddiiif audi
LADI1W HIUINO HAlliro A KrKUULTV.
idlest Fall.lsa and other leading Pashlou lbllca
lions on his fat taalumrt.' refirruco.
tw-Ordef from the othrr Islands will recti prompt
lias. teV ,
PEE JOE EST ttUEEK.
VUK MVUAU IK LM. MUX KM.
I'mihul Hni'ir In Barrels. Unr Uranulated Surer In
Darrels. For Bale by a UOLLKil CO.
BY C. S. nAUTOW.
This D tx -y.
at 'iiiK Ki.Niii.''i:or.tiii Moitii:,
ft hool Mtrrrt, near the nig Utilise, former residence (if
SATl'MMY, .lANt'AHY In, 1881,
AT ll 0 LOCK A M WII.I, UK HOI.tl
PARLOR, BED ROOM AND KITCHEN FURNITURE
One Solid ItUck Walnut Flllar Kitcnslon Tshle,
ItUrk Walnut lilnlnir Chairs,
Fine '.ounce, upholstered In raw silk,
Choice Oil l"!nllni;, Hanging l.mp, potrrlsln
Oni very neat unit new lied llootn Sri,
Crnekerv ami disss Ware, anil nthrr 1 urnltiire
Marble Topl'shle anil alianil
MAIUM.A.NY RI 1MHMI SKT,
l arte French I'lllnwa, Hrr lleese leathers.
Table ami Ited Linen, Ac.
O.H. 1IVI1TOW, Anct'r.
ON THURSDAY, JANUARY 20,
AT l O'CLOCK A M WII.I, UK dOI.lt
Dry Goods and Clothing;!
a new lot or CHOICH GR.OCKRIES
Tim of Meats of Choice Itrands, Crarkcrs,
llrrail Cindle , Itoxes of Tea, Tonnrco
8mall Lot of Furnituro, and other Merchn
disc. I'ArtlcQlnr by Posters anil future advertisement.
C. S. HAIITOW, Aucl'r.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
On account of chance of residence, will be
offered at Public Auction, on
Saturday, February 12tb.,
AT 13 O'CLOCK M., at HAI.l'.S ItOOM,
Tito Following DcHirnlilp rropcrtj!
That portion of Laml Kltualril to tbe ravt of l'upnliou
Collcco. onc(l by A, Manji-a, wbo lia enriched a ileert
of tuit fertile roll by elu trraiurrs ilcrhnl from An In
cxhaiiMable (low In.; mil, nippljllic n rlelil of over
6,l" uillona per day for Irrigating and drlnklni; pnr
poe The properly will be offered In two lota,
1)1 lt rnnt-tlnt alMut acres of red Ixittom land, and
14 acre-, of excellent high jtartnre ground, together
with the (lowing well and a beautiful new and extra ol
Idly bnlll dwelling, tn rtnrlva high containing V2
large airy rooms, with plenty of Cabinets and itore
riMim". an attle of Ihreo wide ernnt' room, niit'lda
kitchen, canlnge lioiue and other nut-honra. llanana
tre alread groulng on thu laud, with half of the
water right to till lot.
Lol2 contains nearly T acre", now leaed bya Chinese
Company for a term of nine years for 11 t portable gar
den, with the right of half the water of flonlugwell
xltnated on Lot No I.
Until loli nn bordering on the carriage roml leading
from lleretanla tohjlva's Itauch, In Manoa Valley, unit
will hare ncceM to the new Mreot. and nutlet to be
opened on the l'nnahoii Hndu toviaru Puliation street,
which will render both Iota -laluahle building property.
Title perfect. Deed at the expense of purchaser.
For further pirticulara apply to
C S. IIAKTOW. Auct'r.
twi: cuttaii: I'lA.vo, a unnn
TTI 0, 8. rtAIlTOW.
MULES AND HORSES.
fnt uiti:itN wii.i. it: iti.ci.iVKi) nv
'Jba. the tinderslciiitl for the purchase of glides and
fr'xly Horses, and personal attention gltcn by a per
VI ? on In ban Francisco to seltctlng and pur
chasing the same according to order given.
V. S. HAUTOW.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Valuable as an InvcstniPiit.
Rented to gnotl terianta for a long period, tlulldings In
good repair and pleasantly located. Apply to
TIIEO. H. DAVIES
Ul'FBIIN I'On HAI.K
CITY OMADKID AND OBEROX,
(I0H ny riuauiKC)
JUST o?o 3aC-r3L3rX
Consisting of the usual assortment of
DRY GOODS & CLOTHING
Galvanized Iron Iloofinp; and Fence Wire,
1'orUnnil Cement (WhltoV),
Kiro II ricks, liluo Mottled Soap,
liest Welch Steam Coal,
Galvimizc-il Iron Ware, Saddler)',
3 pair Mirrleesi, Tail it Watson's Centrifugals,
Wiucs, IJquon, Ac Ac. Ac.
To Arrive per LIZZIE IREDALE
IIIIK IN Ir.CI'.NIIKK,
60 Tons Itallrond Iron, T Hull,
Hooting Slates, Ac. Ac.
TIIEO. II, DAVIES.
KTO ES INT C3r I rsr E!
rihould be without the. far-famed
American Cylinder Cup
Of which over Ten Thousand are now in use.
Is the only
LUBRICATOR IN THE WORLD
1 list can be rellrdupon,
A.'l IS WAItltANTKH
All that U Claimed For It.
A certain number of drops per
minute or per hour (lILIo to
the eye), will keep jour Cylinder
luhrlcatid routliiunuily, CI he
old style of cups do not feed
It will pay for Itself In fuel
every Iho months) In oil every
acten to ten uiuitba; In wcjr,
packing, and labor every four
The sbote. also Clips for
Khsft llarliig.. Cylinder Oil
and Lubricating Compound may
be bad uf Ibe Agents,
DII.I.lNllllAM A CO
Via o w n mi I la in p .
rrnut: uNHicasiu.M:u h.vr ji-nt kk
at flKI Veil per Amy Turner, frun lostoii,a full as
s.alineiit of these celebrated Pumps, which are Kusisn
Iwd lobe cheaper and bellsr Ibau any utber s'ole ot
peoip imporl'd We call lh all.utloii of planters partlo.
ulwly la the Vaiuum Pump, which la less complicated
ad (uoreasMTVkvble ban olber pumpe.
MttaaH if II. llllKWKK CO
AN INVOICE or
The Fine Amfrlcan Ililg
" W. H. MEYER
Will have quick dispatch for abovo port.
For freight or pas.agi apply
KM to t IIIU'.WKII ,t CO , Agenls
l'0RSAN KIIANOISCO. "
IIia Ainrrlcmi Urtfkfntlno
cKa3ijr IT.NIIALLOW. Ma.ter.
Will havo Quick Dlipntch for above port.
For freight or passage, apply to
KVt VII II II M'KI'CMl.t nt Agents.
IA)R SAN FRANCISCO.
Till: HAWAIIAN IIAIIK
Will havo ftulok Dlspatoh for the abovo Port
For freight or passage apply to
l F T I.KNF.IIAN .t CO.. Agents
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
TIIKFAST Ot.ll'I'IIK 1IHIO
I i-m ? -1,1
'jx u. u 3urcivt;ix.
&T-& IIANHKN, Commander,
Will havo quick tlifip.itoh for abovo port.
For Freight or passage, apply In
Ml WM 0 IUWIN A CO.. Agents.
The A I Hwedlsli Hark
Will retnrn nllh dispatch to llunjkmig.
For freight or passage apply lo
87 II. IIACKFKI.il A Co.. Agents-
From Honolulu to Hilo Direct.
The A I Clipper Schooner,
2L"MA I. O J. O," 3u
Will sail from Honolulu to llllo direct, and will call at
Intermediate Forts on the retnrn trip.
For Freight or Fassjige. upplr to the Captain on hoard,
I ail or A. r'KANK COOKK. Agent.
KIMI, I I I MANI'KK
Tuesday, December 7th, fi p m Itllo
Tuesday, December lllh,a p m Circuit of Ilnuitll
Tuesday, December Ulst, 3 p m .llllo
Tuesday, Dtcember SSth, ft p in Circuit of Hawaii
Off- Xo 'ri'illl lor I'liwnKr .IIoik-j. bii
We poslthelv dicline to open accounts for Passages,
and we particularly call the attention of the travillng
public to the necessity of having llnggiigR and Freight
plainly marked; the tfleiimcr will not be respuntlhlo
for anj uiinrirktd llaggage, or for Freight or Parcels,
unks Hi'M'litoil lor.
Freight Monoy Dae on Demand.
In all cases of freight for pattlrs not responsible, or
nnknnwn, the freight money w III bo required In advance
PACHAIJt'.S or l.nilKslt.H mill niNKN itllJS'
it: pi.vixi.Y .iiAiiKKit
For the party whom they are for, or plainly stated Initio
receipt to w horn they art consigned
All demands for damage or loss must bo made within
In noway liable for los or accident to live stock.
ttr Hack Drivers, Hoys, and such like, will not be
allowed on boird tho Meamer on arrival, until after tho
passengers have been landed.
bat WILDER A CO.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
Tlir Nl'I.EMIID NTKAXMlIIa
CITY OF SYDNEY!
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about Monday, Jan. 17.
TOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND?
Till: NI'I.KMtlll NTEAMMHIP
On or about Saturday, Jan. 22
For Fre'ght and Passage, apply to
Ml -In. 11. IIAC:CFKLU.tro., Aieilta.
flootl for .Shlpmelil per HI entiles- rsli now
bo Nlorcil, free ot t'tinrKr. In Ihn l-lrt;. proof
WiyrolMiliKQ nenr I lie Nli'inner Wliwrf.
A. FRANK COOKE
AOKNTFOUTUE FOLLOWING COASTE119:
Waioli. AlM IslUn,
Waleha, 4ARR, Wnimalu,
Gen. Siegel safaMent) Kalnno,
-Itod with Wbllallall, Oluco-Corncr of Queen
and Nuttanu Streets. 1
PLANTERS' LINE RH, SAN FRANCISCO
C. Brewer A Co. Agents,
Merchandise received Nlnmatc Free,
and liberal cash advances made on shipments by this
line. THO ly C. HKIJWKK A CO.
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE I
C. Brower 4. Co. Agonts.
t-Vi'lsJ. Favorable arrangements can always ".sny
Favorable arrangements can always bo
made for storage and shipment of OH, Uonu. Wool,
Hides nud other Merchandise to Tcw lleilford, Itoston,
New York and other Kastirn Ports, rrCash advances
made. 7S0 y C. IlltKWEU QO.
PUHLIO TK.MtKIIN WII.I, IIK HEt'EIVKIt
for the purchase of Iho bchoouer " Julia A. Long,"
with all her apparel and furniture, as she now Ilea in
the harbor of Honolulu, for cabh or otherwise.
beparate tt nders may be made fur the schooner with
or without hir whaling outfit
Inventory Is open for Inspection at the office of the
Tenders must directed to the undersigned, endorsed
"Tendirs for schooner 'Julia A. Long' and her Furni
ture." or separate, as the ras mar be, and bo left at Ids
otllce before 12 o'clock noon on Thursday, the VOtll lust.,
at which hour they will bo opened In tho presencoof all
The undersigned reserves tho right to refuse any or
all lenders. F. A, tiL'UAGl'KII.
Administrator Kstate or Chas. Long.
Honolulu. January I. loSI. Ml 3t a) It
- i -rt Z O.T k aw V
ic iris's ay-.e-
"' . TI I.'''..-. 1
rj-r Sen S
" rr r.zz
m -a "u;
m ills i ihA
L. G. 8RE30VICH & CO.,
IMPOItTKltb AND DKAI.KKH IN
FRESH FRUITS & CALIFORNIA PRODUCE
IutM ol every
ALWAYS ON I1AND.
Freih EaUm OysUrt in the Ihell
JtF.0KIVE(l.Ur: KAqil STKAMkUi. v
FRANK H. AUSTIN k (X).,
CoBimiMit MLtrfhinU and,For
wardiisf s>nts. '
OHro No. 90 C.UtVnUf tH., Nam FraMlsco.
Cooslgmnriits froar the Hawaiian Islands deelrsd.
The ifaesl Prices Warranted, and ales Uiuraatcct).' "
alts 4 ly
SMMti-.m: oi nr Tiir. iiamaiia.x
Islands In Probate Island nf (Mini Hanallan
Islands. s In the Matter of the Kstate of TIIOMAH
I; ( OOKH.iiereased Order appointing lime for Pro
bate of Will and directing piihllialloii of notice or the
A document purporting" lobe Hie last Will and Tea
lament of Thomas ): (.mike dereased, having on the
Itlli da, nr January A II, ll. been presented In said
Probate t ontt, and a petition for Iho Probate thereof,
and rer the lssnanre of litters testamentary to llllam
t , Patke, having been llleil by hi in, It Is hereby older
ed that Til KMDAV, lha (list day of February, A II,
ltl, HI IU o'rlork. A, M , of said day, at the Conn
lloom nf said Court, at AlllnUnl Hale In Honolulu be,
and the same Is, hereby appointed Ihetlme for prnvlng
said Will and hearing said appllratliu, when and
where anr person Ihtrrrstid limy npprar and ronlest
the said ft ill, and Ibe granting nf lellirs testamentary
It Is furthered ordered, that notice thereof ha gheu by
liubllratlon, for thtee sutresshe weeks. In the Hiliii
day Press a newspaper minted and published In llono
Infn, It Is fntliereil nrdered, that rllatlnna be Issued to
the subscribing witnesses lo said Will, and lo the
heirs of the lesiator In this Kingdom to appear and
contest the piobale of said Will, at ll.o limn appoint! d,
Haled Honolulu, II. I January I'-tl Is . vi.
A I IIAni.l1 ,U'lll
Attest i A. ItOHA,
Deputy ( lerk
Justice Hiiprrme Cimrl
Han Islands. In the mailer o the Hankruptey or
WILLIAM LYMAN DAVIH, a Voluntary llniikrupt
llefore .Mr. Justlrn Judd, In Cbaiiibers.
William Lyman Davis, of Makawao, Island of Maul,
having come befnrii ma mid declared himself a Hank
rupl. as provided lit Hrr 1 1 on Is.Jnf Ihn Civil Cinte, It Is
hereby oidered that Hie Cleik of thn Muprsmn Court do
Issue an ordrr In Hie Marshal of the Kingdom lo take
possession of the properly or the said William Lyman
Davis and lo put his slorn houses, counting houses,
eireels, books and papers under lock and seal And It
is further ordered that Tl'KMD.W, llirr IHIIi day or
lANCAIIV. A. II. IKil.at lllo'cbifk A. m nt Hie eourr
room at Alflolanl Hale, In Honolulu, be the time, and
place for hearing anil deriding llio oinstlou or bank
ruplryland that notice ot siirli loarlns be luibllslied
In the SslunUj press for three roiistcullve wtiks pre
vious to snrh bearliii, lo Hie end that nil patties In
terested may then and there appear and show cause, If
miy they have, why the said William Lyman Davis
should not bn declared bankrupt) and all the creditor
of the said William Lyman Davis may then and thcrn
appear and prove their claims against said eslalle.
Willies, my hand and the sealof Iho Huprema Court
this llh day or December, A, II Irw".
A. FIIANUIM ,11'DD, .In. tire Hnpiemn Court,
Attest! A HnsA, Deputy Clerk IH lit
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
BY VIItTUK OK AX OKDKH OK
Hale, by the Honorable C. C. Harris. Chief Justice
of the rtiiiireme Court. Issued on the nth ila) of JauuAry,
A, It, IMMtl, Ihn iinilerllgned will sell at public miction
OX MONDAY, JANUARY !1 A. 1). 1881,
At IS o'clock noon.
At Hie front door of Alllnlanl Hale, all tho right, title
and Interest whli.li the said Charles Kanaltia. dcccasid,
had of. In or to the following pnrccla of land altiialo
upon the Island of Maul, vizi
I,OT MO. I, Militate In Paeohl, Lalialna. containing
I acre, I rood and IS perdue, near In the Catholic
Church, and Is planted with cnnc.
Mir NO. 'i. Situate In lllkahl, and containing S
roods and 17 perchca,
l.or SO. .1 Hllnato lit lllkahl, Dahalna, and con
taining lis poles.
l.or MO, I. Hltnato tn'lveawalkl. Lahnlnn. and
containing nineteen perches. This s the store lot elt
unto near to tho wharf.
I.OI' NO. n, Militate In Kitholllca, Lalialna, con
tatulng I acre and II roods. ,
l.or. NO. o. Situate In Kuholllea, Lalialna, con
talnlug !, acre.
I.r NO. 7. Apana 1 ol the Ahiipnaa or Uktitne
hatne, containing :PV, acrts, fiJ acres or which Is kalo
land, and n stream of water runs through the centru of
l.or NO. H, Ilclng Apana S of said Ahnpuaa situate
on the beach, and containing 8 T-tl) acres, It or which can
bo planted with cane. There la also s.ilii to he a fishing
right belonging to this land extending IKKXI feet along
the beach and seaward.
l.or NO It. Tho Ills or Piiuohala and Kaiinuokti,
situate In Walluktt, containing '.SKI acres. Id of which Is
cnnc land and hae been plantctl by the Walluku Hugar
LOT NO. Id. Is a Lelo or I'unohala, In Walluku
aforcald, und contains I 23 100 acres.
LOT NO. II. Ilclng the III of Kaohe, in Walluku
aforesaid, containing 118 r.J-IOO acres. A portion of this
Is kalo land and a portion grilling and wood land.
MIT SO. 12, Two what arc known ns I'nillmaa, be
ing two knlo patches, situate inside or ltoy.il Patent
LOT NO. 1.1. Ilclng the III of JtBnlanla, containing
8 5-10 acres.
LOT NO, II, Ilclng a Lclo of Kaunnoku, containing
393-lUUU of an acre, nnucomprlscs two large kalo patches.
LOT NO. 1.1. llvfng the III of Puhlanaawa, and con
tains 'J M-100 acres cane land.
LO r NO. IB, Helng the III of Lemukce, containing 3
93-100 acres cane land.
LOT NO. 17. Situated In Knpanul, Walluku, and
containing nn area of 336-HiOOof nn aero and comprising
two largo kalo patches.
LOT NO. 18, The Ashing right in tho Walluku
LOT NO. lf. Comprises two pieces of land situate
In Kapunho, Walehit, and contains xi MMUO ncres.
LOT NO. ao, Ilclng a certain pleco of land sltuato
In Felekunn, Island of UnlokaUand contains 4 acres
and 811 fathoms.
LOT NO. 31, Ilclng one undivided half of thoAhn
pnaa of l'eleniiikit, on the Island of .Moloknl. Maid
Ahnpuaa contains 5-115 acres, tho greater portion of
which Is kalo land.
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
LOTJIO.W, Ilclng tho lands known ns Knla and
Ilalekamahlim, sltuato in I'niin, Hawaii. Tho rlret pleco
contains 1GI1 acres', the second pleco contains Wacree;
nud the third lib!) acres, all grazing land. Subject to u
leaso existing on sold lands, which expires April 1st,
1W(, at an annual rental of SlbU, payablo annually In
adance; taxes to bo paid by the parly holding tho lease.
I.OI' NO. 23, Helng tho Ahiipnaa of Kapoho, sltuato
In Puna, Hawaii, and containing 4UCO acres. Said land
la subject to a lease which expires tho 1st day of Janu
ary, S, at nn annual rental of, &3K, pujable semi-,
annually in ad ol.ee; taxea tu bo paid by the party hold
ing the. lease.
LOT NO. 21, Helng tho Ahupnaa and fish ponds of
Kalatiiiliiiuia. sltuato below Kawulhiie. cotitalnlttEZ ail
area of J5U acres, lO'.S of wl)lch arc tlsh ponds, bubject
to a lease (reserving Iho largest 11th pond o' 4 TtMUO
acres) which explriaou thn'Jitliday o May, iaS, at an
anniiul rental of SUW, payable srnil-Buuually; tuxes to
annual rental ot $iisj, parnuiu seuii-m
bo paid by the party holding tho lease,
I.IITMI.'J.I, Helng the 111 of Anaehnmalii. which
adjoins the above land and contains an urea of bTU acres,
4)i acres of which are tlsh ponds,
LOT NO. t!0, Ilclng lb n Ahnpuaa of Kapalalaea,
containing an area of acres.
LOT NO. 27. Helng the land known as Kalamaku
mil, Kona, Hawaii, containing test acren.
LOT NO. tin, Situated in Walpio, Hawaii, and con
taining 4-10 of an acre of kalo land.
LOT NO. '49, Helng the, lands sltuato in Waloll,
Ilucalel, Kauai, and kupnn as l'uuoiie, consisting of
scvurul largo kalo patches.
LOT NO. 3(1, Apana 1 of Itnyal Patent 7431, situate
In Kalihlual, Kauai, and containing an area nf 1 aero
and l'J perches, nil kalo laud.
LOT NO, 31, Apana 2 nf above-mentioned Hoyal Pa
tent, containing 1 rood and SI perches.
MIT NO. 33. Being Apana 3 of Itoyai Patent No.
am. situated in Walpio, Hawaii, and containing !l(i of
an acre one large kalo patch.
LOT NO. 33, Ilclng Apana a of above Itcyal Patent.
Contains 28-HO of un acre of kalo land,
LOT NO. 31. Helm; Anana 4 of abovo ltoval Patent.
Contains 1-10 of an aero or kalo land.
LOT NO 33, Helng all the right, ttllo and Interest
ol said ileceasid In ltoval Patent 7I, comprising 3
pieces ol laud und containing an area of 1 071 lis "lucres,
shunted 1n Lale, Ouhu.
LOT NO. 311, Helm; thn Ahnpuaa of Kanalalaea,
situated In Kona, Hawaii, surveys of which are (a courss
As niou ns surveys can be made, the Ahupuaa of
Walpio, on Hawaii, and of Alae In Ktpahulu, on Maul,
will be sold.
Tirms Cash, and Deeds at expense of purchaser.
17 8.J3 W. it. I'.tHUt:. loiiiM.lMlourr.
Notice of Dlnxoltiiluii of Co-rnrlnirIili.
NOTICK IH IIF.HKIIY lilV: IIIAT Illi:
ci-partnerhlp between Mrs, L, F. Dickson for thn
Kstate pf J, O, Dickson, H. Lowers and O. M.Cooke un
der the (Inn name of Lcwers A Dick. on. Is this day dis
solved by r.iutiml content
All debts owing to the said Arm will be collected, and
all liabilities w III be assumed by nuu suixjessoks, Messrs.
Lewers A Cooke
LAUltA F. IHOKHON,
For (he K(ale of J. O. Dickson,
a .V, COOKK.
Notice ofCliHtiifo of Cn-rurtnertikip,
lIAtlXIl I'VUt'llAMKII TIIK INrLIIKMT
HI of the lata J. (I Dickson In the arm of Messrs,
LewrrsA: Dickson, notice Is herrby gli en that It. Lewers
and O. M. Cook will conllniiK Ike business or Dealers
In Lumber and lliilldlug Materials, under tho ilrm name
of Lowers Cooke. ItOIIKUT LF.WUUb,
. . . 0.rM. COOKK.
Ilunolalu. Jaunary 1, 1WI
OMIXUfO TIIK sNCMKAssKI
irtce of horse shoeing and advance
ii horse feed, also Ihe (loverument
reitilsltin foehors.s .DLVHlrMl lnrtrutr.
lug toga III a slow walk, the undersigned Is compciiid
to lucrrsse the rstes ot draylng I0 37U cents per tun lor
general merchandise, coal, wood, lumber, (run, bricks,
Ac, to be chareud acourdiua' b agiretneul, .
January 1. mei. 813 18 it
For 8J or Xfas.
A BtIsiASLK l!sVIMTMKNT.Tla WrH
known premised of the UDdersnfd, situate on
King strretMogilber with the furqHute, etc.. uf Ibe
same. If desired. The houss has Tl 'rooms. Is In good
Older, and, Is wrll-furulsbed throughout, thus glvlujr an
rieriivni oppoviuniiv iu Niriics qe.irues or connoniUK
lis iong-eviaoiiDeu iresiurss
for fnHher particulars
Tnsj. A. I1IKUM.
Walluku Pol Lfaptf ry.
BEST Q LTAlslT V tOlf' L'AlAl MAJs
ufscturvdcouttautly. All ordere-CUed with sals.
11 Walluku, Waul.
J A MUM' Jr,, 1881.
All advertisements fur the Matiiiiiiat Pnsss must lie
sent In by Friday ntion No insertions for the current
Issue ran be guaranteed when sent in later.
Advertisers will mark the number of Insertions de.
Irnl, rrotn which dvle they charge Any not so matknl
"III be charged It months
TIIOM (I TIIIII'M, llnslness AgctiL
NOTES Or TIIK WEKK.
'Iitr front nf Mr. Illllliigliniii'n olnrr, U liolliKlin
Ollttl (,1Ot,t.K(IK mill lllO pilllllo nclllKlta ()Nlllf'tl
'I'nrs Kliiu ttlvru n Imto In nil llio noltllerH In.
innrrnw (Hominy) nt Hut l'nlnce.
Am. f Ilin mii.il,Ri pnllctttit nro tlnltiR wrll niul
nn haw cnaoH linvo lioon reitlcil.
'I'nr. eiillglitoiier nf Ilin Wtilntnlmj .'rne hrtK
cvliloiilly iuibhoiI Into n lutnl tcllm(.
I'iib wrntlier linn lieeti rttlln almwery for wtino
tinio. It linn mined ovt ry tiny tliln week,
Tiir llniul envn it nitirert nl I'.nnim Kpinrn nn
Tttrrnlny nvctiltiK wlilrli wiih will nltontlfil.
'l'c or tlin o IkiaIh ntislt'il In llm linrUtr ilnr.
itiK tlio I'ltKt vui'k niul wivcrnl pnrtlert (fnt wot.
I)n. MoKtlittiN, In tlm ron run of n prnfcnnloiml
(rip In Mniil IkhI week, vneolnnti tl 77 jsthoiih.
Tiik wnrkiiion ciiki'MihI In limciulnmlliiK l'ort
Hlrt'ot linvo niiw rnnclicil tlm cniHlii( of llnlcl
Imi'iiiitant mill mtirli rc(iilrcil Improvoinonld
wore mnila nt Ouhu Oillein tlnriiiK tlm recent
In Innt wrok'n Irhiio Ilin wnrtl ;)ifn,e wna nccl
ilcntully omitted from thu ttotlcn of Fnwlor'H rUool
Tiir. mnll Htonmcr LVfy nf ,Siiei will bo iltto
frnm tlm colnnlcH noit Moudny. Icltor wrllcru
Tiik KIhk ltnH npjiotntod I'nnl I'nlullit Krtnnn,
Yj., In tlm oillrn of Unvcrtiorof Kntinl, vice 1'. W.
Mil. I), lluiikn MoKt'ti7ln In ntinonncril tn deliver
it lertttro on Totiinirnncnlti Iho l'ort Strcot Cltttrcli
on Hitndny ovtmlno;.
l)ti. Kmmkion niul IiIh nsulHtiint linvo vnecinnted
n ntitnlicr of persons in Wnlinnnnlo, Wnlnlun,
Kitnvolio mid Knlltm.
'I'm: CliitiOHO who arrived by thn Qiilnln in tho
Btpornffo, Mil In titnntior, woro dlHclmri;ed from
Tiik oxorciflOR of tho "week of prnyor" woro
rnntiiiuctl iltirlnu tho pretient week. Tho incelliiKS
lmo Kt'norally been woll attended.
Tiik editors and dovlls of Iho Gttzttte, In their
endenvors to clenr up Hint " cow inyutory," hrtvo
our best wishes for their mtccesi.
Tn eh k in to bo n foot rnco nt Knpiolnui I'nrk
this afternoon between Harry Jllnck mid James
Brown. Thoy nro to run n half mile.
Tiir barkrntino Dwfitrfry nrrivoil In port on
Moudny iimrniiiR. Slio wns siithtcd on Saturday
but wns kept off by rotiRh weiithcr.
Tiik harbor nnd wlmrvca nloiiR tho I'splnnado
nro quito barn of shipping, a largu miiuber of ves
sels flavin (joiio out sinco tho weather modorntcd.
Tiir.iiK wore, ovor forty craft, lnrgo nnd smnll, in
tho harbor on Tuesday Inst, tho heavy southerly
nnd south-westerly gales preventing them from
Tiir. now brick building of IioworH it Dickson on
Fort street between King nnd Merchant streets, is
rapidly npproncliing completion nnd ndds much
to tho npiwnrnnco of tlint block.
White, tho smnll-pox patient, whqlms completely
recovered, wns brought from tho cpinrantinn
station yesterday. A now suit of clothes wns sent
to him before ho wns taken from tho reel.
The schoonor W. ll.t<ytr arrived In port on
Wednesday evening, 2(1 days from 8nn Frnncisco.
She had a long nnd rouglpnHsage. Hho brought
a deck load of hogs ; n number of them died on
Last Sunday morning tho King returned from
Maui by the Llkelike niul wbh received by thn
guards nt tho wharf. ,A anjote of 17 gum wns fired
from" the light battery of three pieces. Tho band
which accompanied tho King to Maul returned
Twnmr-oK passongers arrived hero from San
Francisco on tho Dtetortry, sovon from Eureka by
tho Monitor nnd one from San Diego by tho Sarah
Ami, and fivo sailed from hero for San Francisco
by the Eureka on tho 10th inst.
The Gorman steamer Quinta arrived hero on
Tuesday last, twenty-three days from Cnnton.
Sho brought Aid Chinese passengers BOG adults
and 10 children; six of tho former nro women.
Tho Captain reported a clean bill of health, but
evory imsseiiRor waH thoroughly examined before
being nllow to land.
Following is tho ptogrnmmo for tho Band con
cert this nfternoon at Emma Squaro at 1 o'clock :
March "llubertn" Unrath
Overture "FraDlavolo" Anber
dunlins "Tho Martjrs" Donizetti
Selection "Jerusalem" Verdi
w altz "Chantllly" Waldleufel
Polka "The Colonel" ,.Hcrve
The funeral of Governor Beckloy, of ,Knuai, who
diet! last Friday, took place on Sunday. Tho re
mains were accompanied to their last resting place
by the troops. A salute of three volleys whs fired
over his crave. Ho had formerly held the office of
King's Cliamber'.ain, and wns appointed Governor
of Kauai, vico J, E. iiusli, whon the latter was ap
pointed Minister of tho Interior.
After heavy squalls from tho north last week
tho wind chopped round to tho south and on Mon
day and Tuesday blew it galo from tbo south with
thommsuallylowbaroinoter of i.KJ.02. On Wednes
day tho wind drnw around to the West and otiTlmrH
day to north with fine weather nnd tho barometer
at 80:10 tho usual trade wind level. The thermom
eter wont down to M in two mornliiRS ot tho
On Monday and Tuesday tlicro was such a heavy
surf on tho bar that a number of coasting steamers
mid schooners and deep sea vessels that wero
ready tn go, had to remain in tho harbor. On
Wednesday morning tho wind shifted and tho
detained vessels departed. Tint ny Jjinjitmn,
Eureka and Catnie Ifayiraril, all for tho Coast,
sailed out without tbo tug-boat.
Mn. ErtWAitn Foioie of San Francisco, General
Agent of tho l'acific Mutual Life Itihurnnro Com
pany of California, arrived in Honolulu this week.
Ho comes for the puriuso ot introducing into thin
kingdom tho company hu reiiicwuitH, otto of tho
lending companion of thu I'nctno Coast, which baa
never iloitu ourIiichs hero. Wo respectfully call
attention tn his ndvertUerucnt which will bo found
iu another column.
The Chinese oofllit found on FUhormnti's l'oinl
with the body of it Chiuamnu in it, was one that
wns brought by thn steamer Qulnla. Two China,
mnii who died on tho iMssnge wero placed In
cnllitiH nnd swung up lo the d.ivits, nml it is. sup
iwscd that on Tuesday night some of h crew of
tho steamer lowerwl one ot the cotlins into the
water and let It drift nshure. It wns found on
Wednesday monting and tukeu back to th-j
Two colntia containing thn bodies of two China
men who died nthca on the Quinta, were placed
on thu Imiw of that vessel on Thursday, and caused
considerable comment, as uliii hnd oecii in ort
slnco Tuesday, and thoy should have licen burii-d.
Titty were afterwards lowered into n boat and put
over tho side. Considerable dilllculty was expert
enceil iu disposing of tho Unites. Cnpt. John
Ilrown, representing the Hoard of Health, took tho
matter iu hand nndnUmtri p. u, they were put
into an oi-cart ami Uiktii tu Mnuoa, tuu ovruor of
the cart riceiving (o0or his oervlcea.
Tnx following nro tho I'olico Court sentence
for tbo wcekt Wlrg Kok nllrut Ah Tani, iirowi
client, for obtaining in advance flUTon a labor
contract. 1'lcAded guilty and was committed to
tho Supreme Court for trial. Kenloha, drunken.
ne, failed to appear and bit bail, 6, forfeited.
Lulka. w..desertinirher husband, was found oulltr
nndortUrcd to return to him and to pay costs tmed
t 3.10. l'nialiui, Nakal. Kapabi, KiouU, Kaleo
nil l'ala charged with drunkenneaa at Kaiiiolliril.
l'niaina and Kapahl, forfeited their bail, ill each,
KiouU and Kaleo, vera each fined ft and $: oonU.
tidl'alai, was fined IK) and orU3. Iki, (w.(
Mid J. G. CoIUt, c4 nrl wit- adultery, were
tt-tud guUtyi Cofslia waa sd ) and $1 coaU,
Lekt waa aentcaet lo two montba iroprlsoiunent
and cnaU taied at l, M. H, Cook, drunkenneaa,
forfeited 96 bail, Oknu, coauaon ntisanoe, by
tylua bona on ajsublki WaI way Uv Ilonolnlu, waa
tied 910 and 18 coau. Keopele, drunkenneiss,
(orfMe4.Uil 9- K. IdVarda, drunkeius, fu
fUl 96 ball. Wong Viae and Win l'on, ebareed
ihi imuaglUitf Cb-uiaa tobaea.1 UtotfcUK-ig-
limn from Ihn atentnrr OmIIi, worn found Rtillly,
mnl rncli. lined .foOmid I.IOnnt.
Tlm Ilnwnllriti MliMhm Children's. Horlrty will
inert mi Bntnrilny ntrnlnr; nt Col, Alletm' on Hotel
Tiir. Iriittliirfrnrolietwren two Iiomc from Mitnl,
nomrt weeks nun ntitinuticiil tocmnooff In-day, has
lx on declared nlT.
It wns ritninreil nntiiil Inwn n day or two srh
Hint nn nttoimil brtd tut n Hindi tn net firn to II, It,
It, 1 1 villi Ki'cllknliitii's now palace, but on liivrfttl
unllim no fniitul Hint thorn wns tinthiil In It.
Tiir. ftrltlnlt bntk Lltti It flab, ntrlvod on I'll,
ilny tnnriilnit, If.'l itnvsfrnm Mverixxil, aim wns
over Ihroo weeks off Ihn llnrn mid n wtok off llieso
Islands. Hho lirlnga n IntKn nnwirled cargo to
'I hen. II, Davis, mnl tweply tssminorH. (July olio
vessel nlu,ht(il on Ihn Ktnttnu,.
Am inlerestluit letter wns received nl t!io Mission
IttMitiit Innt wick fnim Mlcrninula by Ilin Ntnrm
Hint, which rerrnlly arrived froiii thoHoulli. Tho
Mnnilmi St-ir hnd vlsllid Knsale, IohtIhk Ihnro
Oeloln-r if'tl, mid Inking on Ininrtl Dr. IVa.m and
llev. Mr. Wlilliiey. Hhonlno Itxik nil of Ihn Ku
sulo schtHil In ri'ttirn Hit m lo Ilin Mnmliall Islands.
In tho tlvti weeks endiiiu DicelnlH r 1st, thn dnto of
letter, llio two Itilnslntinrirs hntl roinpletiil Ihn
work of vlllln nil of tho Hlalhnm, with llio
nieepllmi nf Nmnt'slo. 'I ho work nt l'.lnm wns
rt'sirtiKl In bo tho immt sntlnfitctnry. In Amu thn
iMitly rhit'fs worn tryitiu In stir min wnr, nml tlm
two lilgli elilefa nt Jnliili, I-otnk nud Knbtin,
were ipiart IIIiik, mid woultl fight If thoy wern not
afraid of tho priibnblo rntiseipienres. 'Iho Ha
waiian tnlnHlnnary KeknniiMn is nnld lo bo doln(
well, but Kuala Is overworked.
Htiiuoirirn Is it t.thlo of tho varlimanlrala pierced
In slnkliiK Mr. 0. I'. Witrd's Arteslntt Well on
KliiK Htreet, Wnlklkl plains t
Loam ., A
lllsrk Hand n
Whlto Hand 4
Hani Coral 1h)
Coral and Shell r
Hard Curat, u
Yellow Ulay , tl
CoraL. .,,. .
w inn i;iay
Yellow Clay ,., 25
Vi ry hard grey Itork
Illnck Hock with three hard places and
plenty ol water ,
Kstlinnted flow on Thtirsdny,180gallons jkt min
ute. Halt water wns struck at about () feet. Wo
suggest that a record, such as thoahovo, Ihi kept at
tho Interior Office, of orery well sunk in tbo lllng
dinii. This would simiii mako a mans of inforrnn
tioii, invaluable to all who proKHuto sink wells, or
who wish to know tho structuru of tho country
nndor their feet.
It will lo seen from our advertising columns
thai tho Library and Heading lloom Association
proposo giving a musical and literary cntcrtaln
mont for tho benefit of their InstltrMoii on Friday
evening next, at tho Mnslo Hall. Tho details of
tho programme nro not yet fully arranged. Mean
while thoy publish for thn Information of tho pub
lic tho names of tho Indies and gentlemen whosa
Hcrvlees havo boon already engaged. A glanco at
thu list is nulllcient to show that the entertainment
will lwt thoroughly good throughout. Airs. 1'oty,
Mrs. Hauford, .Mr. CitHtlo, tho Messrs. Ilerger
nnd otlicra who havo kindly volunteered are nil
parties whoso talents nro too well known mid ap
preciated iu this community to need any special
comment. Miss Ida Mohrig, who is a stranger
among us, docervuH a wonl of notice. Wo aru as
sured by comin'tcut judges who havo had the
pleasure of hearing her in privato that alio has n
lino, fresh soprano voice combining jmritv of
totin, sympathetic quality and great flexibility,
witlt more than ordinary compass and power.
Her method mid stylo of singing nro ndmirablo
and give evidence of tho best kind of training,
l'rof. Ilonj. Owen ii a well known musician of ee
tablished reputation in tho United States. His
standing as n pianist nnd accompanist can lo
judged from the artisU with whom ho has been
associated, while his capacity as a trainer of voices
is sufficiently evident from tho ndmirablo results
ho has attained in tho case of Misa Mohrig, after
only a faw months instruction.
The following description of tho Honolulu
Mnslo Hall, wo clip from tho San Francisco Pout :
" Tho building is of brick, tho dimensions being
llAlxfi'J feet, with a seating capacity of about 800
people. 1 ho parquet and dress circlo aro on llio
ground floor, capable of sooting 37f people, and
aro furnished throughout with tho patent folding
opera chairs. Gas has been introduced nt great
cxiKUise tho auditorium being lighted from the
dome by a suuburncr of forty Jets. This most
important motor wilt oo utilized largely in pro
ducing moonlight, sunset and storm effects npon
the stage. Particular attention has been paid to,
the stage nnd scenery, and tho very best artiits in
their lino havo been brought from Ban Francisco
to attain tho desired perfection. Mr. William
l'orter, for years the principal artist of tho Cali
fornia Theater, San Frnnciico, is painting tho
curtain nnd scenery, and his name is a sufficient
uuarantoo of tho excellent work ho is producing.
Mr, Stophen Gulliver, also of tho California Thea
ter, has- erected and furnished tho stage, which
has a width of sixty feet and u depth of forty-two
feet; nil tho necessary adjuncts of traps, flies,
borders, etc., aro iu use, and the stage is capable
of producing as grand effects as nny play requires.
Special cxitf, and means of egress in case of an
alarm have been provided, making it possible to
eiiinty the house, when crowded In overv nart.
within tho spaco of two minutes. In faot no labor
or expense luiB been spared to innuro tho perfec
tion of beauty nnd comfort."
The wcathor hag boon very cold and stormy for
The now wharf at Nawiliwill is nearly com
pleted, and is n great improvement on the old one.
A numheji ot mills havo commenced grinding
and the prospects for a good yield are generally
From Oar Hilo Correspondent,
Uilo, January 7th, 1881.
Editob SircnnAT. 1'ukai: During tho past week
tho flow from Mauna Loa has bceu quite brilliant,
and on one evening there was an Immtnte space of
fire. Tho flow seems to be getting much noarer to
us. The person of whom I wrote to you, expected to
go to the source of tho flow but did not do so ; ho
only went to tho three cones mentioned in a
previous letter. Ho says tho source Is about 10 or
in miles from tho largo cone, which has the ap
pearance of a bouse from n distance He went up
tbo mountain on tho flow of November, which In
some places is yet quite warm. Tho lava is flow
ing right at tho back of tho largo cone, A party of
17 Natives wont up to sea the flow this week on
foot, with the intention of returning tho same day,
but could not do eo ; they came back next day nt
noon, 'lliey did not takooitougu food wllu thorn
and had to subsist on strawberries. Some woro
their shoes out nnd caiuo back barefooted, l'er
boiih who Intend to " foot It" should havo sandals
nuder their shoes. Some of the trees are very
large whvro tho flow is passing. The flow observed
by (wtrtics who have seen it in suveral places, is
reported to bo from 100 to 450 feet In width. There
is a large vent hole near the large cone, whiob, I
am told, is a grand sight, nud the person wbo saw
it says there aro ice of theiu. There are two flows,
olio towards Wnlnkca nud the other towards l'utia.
Wo had quito an earthquake on Weduesday. It
was two mouth on the ftb lust, since the flow
commenced. Wo havo have had no rain since my
last letter. Many owners of plantations are very
anxious to have rain, as they wish to commence
grinding mid cannot do so now as water is scarce.
The Now )enr, at IU o'clock midnight, wns ush
ered in by the ringing of bells, discharging nt Are
nrius, and cheering. In tho evening there was a
fine torchlight proceashm nccoinpanied by tho
During tho day thero was a procession competed
of tho scholars from thu Native schools headed
by thn band, consisting of a large and small drum
and flute, from Oiiomea and scholars from other
schools from neighboring places, which made a
fine appeamncv. The d.iy was beautiful and all
wvredreawd in their beat, and looked happy. After
the marching tbey wont tu the Native church and
were addresaod by Hey, J. A. 1'ahlo, and also by
Iter, A. O. FoiIhis, whom all were glad to wolcome.
There were also recitations and singing by the
school. Tba church people and Sunday school of
the foreign church went an a plo-nio, to a pleasant
place provided on Walakea river. A large awn
ing was put up and mats provided on which waa
placed tho bountif ul repast provided by tba kind
ladies of tba church, ana to which wo all sat down
about I r. at. All seemed to enjoy tbe treat very
much. Itev. K. 1. linker, wbo fa rrwiehin iu tba
foielgu cburcb. favored us witb -is presence. Also
llev. A. O. Fori, whose face, all wero glad t"
on this happy uosaslua. Two oeutleiaea wbo bad
been to sou the How returned last nkibt, and re
port that tbey bad to eat their way two allies
through tba woods aud then foand that it waa at
least Ibrea -dies farther on, aud oaaa bask, m
oaa of tbe Party bad to return In time for t-o
atramer. Tbey saw tba low In tba distance, tferesi
mile off, ami say it Is working towards I'aua aa4
tUt it is) At Wat 14 ttiUes from Uilo. i. A. M,
TOPICS OF THE DAY.
foribner Monthly for (lid opentnp; innttllt of
llio yoar contains, Is-sltlea tnttcli otlior Intor
cstltiK mallor, "Tlm Idititlott Tliralrrntis," "In
Albania with tlio (lliecs. " UecollocUons of
Aincrlcaii Hocicly ' nml " Olliitinea of I'nrl
alatt Art" l'nrl II.
In lliirptr't Monthly for January llio Inter
cnllng loiters on "Tito Rngllsli Lake anil
tlmlr (lenll " Is roiitlnticil. Among other Inlor
eathit' contributions aro "Tho Old Now York
Volunteer I'lto Deparlmont," "Down tho
Titanic In n lllrcli.linrk Canoe," anil a well
wrltloti skolalt of llio llfo and pooma of James
Vi: aro glad to Iw alito to report that Mr.
Wnnl'a porsovcrnnco ami cnterpri lias st Inst
Innt wltlt tlio success lio deserves, Al a depth
nf 618 foot water was found, wlilch flows free
ly tip throtigjt a sovpti Inch pipe, giving n
somewhat larger stream tlinti Jndgn McUnlly'n,
Mr, Ward proposes lo work a low feci further
down tn Increase tlio How, n water Is In (treat
demand In Ills neighborhood.
TiiK&tormblrtt l at Tllietts fc florretnon's
wharf, refitting; and lakliij; on Iwanl provision
for another crulso, Hlio Is ro ported to ho per
fcclly sound, ami lior ropier uninjured, though
she had ntico touched tlio ground during nor
last crnlso. Cnptnlti Tlornoy speaks highly of
hor sea (jolntf qu-ilitlrH, ami suitability for her
work, while her Irntuo Is ao sound ittid hard
that "III difllciiltio drlvo a nail in nny.
where." Hho will probably onll afc-slli for tho
Hoiitli l'aclfia In tho latter part of next week.
In connccttoit with tho essay on Mrl (Had.
stone, Iho following from Kniaraon's EntjUnh
Traits Is Interesting. Ho is spcaklhjr of Khjr
llah university men. "When born with Rood
constitution, thoy mnko thoso eupeptic study'
Ing-inllln, tho ciisl-iron man, tlio dura Ilia,
whoso power of orforinanco compare with
ours nn tho steam-hammer with tho iniislc
liox, Cokes, Jlansfiolds, Holdont, nnd llont
loys; mid when It happens (hat a stlperlo
brain puts a rider on this ndinltable horse, wo
obtain thoso masters of the world who com
bino tho highest energy in affairs with ft
supremo culture" (
Wk iiavk recolved the " Anntial Heporti'
for tho Academical and Fiscal year, 'oflhfl
"Hampton Normal and Agricultural , Insti
tute," to Juno 30th, 1880. ffon'. S, 6. Arm
strong, tho Principal, lo whom wo aro Indebted
for tho paper, reports that thero are In the
ItiBtituto 202 colorod young men nnd women,
and 01 Indian. He states that "graduatea
nro in great demand a teacher." The sum of
810,000 I required to oroctand equip a throe
story brick building. A great. yarioly of
industric Is taught besides tho school educa
tion, thanks In great inoasuro to tho geno
rosity of Mr. 0. P. Huntington of New York,
whogavo fifteen thousand dollars for the erec
tion of a Cortiso saw-mill and Industrial Build
ing. Mr. J. II. Cortiso of Providcnco contri
buted a " now and beautiful englno nnd boiler
of 00 horse power," and a long Hat nf other
gift i appended. "Tho heart of tho' officers
" and teachers havo boon .chcored, and their
"hands sticngthenod, by llio preehco ofo
" many frionds, and by Iho words of approba
" lion nnd encouragement from Prcsldont
" Hayes, 8ccrotary Schttrz, Governor Lonjr
" and Ex-Governor-Itice, and tho material aid'
"of many lioston frionds," and although Gon,
Armstrong appeals for tund, in order to
enlarge tho sphere of usefulness of the Insti
tute, wo aro happy to bo ablo to make ono
mora quotation Irotn tho Report, (pago 10)
" tho school has no debt."
Wk havk to thank H. II. Haytor, Esq., tho
" Govornmont Statist " of Victoria, for a
copy of tho rfcforfnii Ytar-Ilook for lB7i)-0.
This book, of 140 pages, besides indol, and
valuablo map of tho colony contains an im
mense amount of information. Not only tlio
statistics of Victoria aro lucidly set forth, but
aro compared with thoso of 'all other British,
colonics, and thase again with almost every
country in tho world. Wo are orrjr'.to'say
tliat this kingdom is not reported on. Time
wo hco that tho United Kingdom of Great
Britain nnd Ireland contain a population of
34,100,113 or 282 to tho squaro mile), 'the
United Statco 33,558,371 or 11 to tho square
mile, Chinese Empire, estimated 382,447,183
or 00 to tho squaro milo. Tho moat densely
populated independent country in tho world
is Bolgittm with 400 to the squaro mile, next
England and Wale with 432 to Ibe aamOsrOo,
Franco nnd her dependencies master 45,802,
444 or 75 to the milo. The German Empirot
regiBtors 42,727,300 being 204 per mile; Bos
siu, Eastern and Western, 87,006.04. or 19.
per milo. Grand total of tho worrd--popitla-t
tion 1,430,115,280 or 27.7 per squaro mile,'
Tlirco-iiflliB of the tola) population .of tho7
earth is distributed throughout Asia, but the
density of population thero is little more thanr
half that of Europe In financial table we' may
qttoto tho following': Highest average revenue,
ia raised in France being XI Ol, ld.'uerhoad of
population ; Great Britain and Ireland 2 8.
8d. ; United States, not including State .or
municipal taxation, XI 7s. Od.: Germany -I
IDs. 2d. Marriage, birth aml death rates,
criminal statistics, imports and exports, tar
iffs, financial progress, and every itssa of
information aro given aa compared with thoso
of almost overy country on Ibe, globb, and.
given most completely, nnd 'compared each,
with each. Indeed, tho volume might well bo
entitled, "Tho Statosmon'a and Busineaa
mait's Necessary Hand-book or Directory."
Tho civil list of Victoria for 167c-l 'kt Im
than half that of 1874-6. Let u 'fellow tt
example. ' "'
Wk may fairly congratulate qufeervesv od
tho possession of a good theatre, for theatre it
is, and music hall it is not. Thursday was
the opening night and " Tho Marble 1oit"
Ihe play selected. Wo do not think it perliap
nv cry fortunate choice, 'but it wentoTjcrw,
well, Tho performers not being ooc.Mtwnsd,
to tho building, had not exactly gauged IU
area, or mattered its nccousticsl poculi-Wliee,,
but thoy did, on tho whole, excel lontly. Of
Iho hottso itsolf wo will only say here that Ik
Is as protty, convenient, woll arranged a theatre!
as wo ovor had tho hick to visit. Theaceno
painting is exceptionally good, thai lightinc
and ventilation good, the eUtiie group good,
and its illumination well managed. Asmoug
Iho audience were Ills Majesty the. KiftM sol
Hoyal family, tbe Chancellor, tbe tJMMM
Mlnlslers, except the Premier who was do-,
taiued by indisposition, the. Oovernor, the
foreign represeutatlvea, the o-iiio of-tbe
Uojal suite in uniform, a largo jX-iift tt
handsomely dressed ladiee and, lo oft wM o
tho house we are sorry to say a -wiser of the,
genus hoodlum. These last made themselves!
conspicuous by llio hideous, noises by which'
they expressed both approbation and ImpatU
once, like other animals nf.cleeely related
species, thoy used their ktk as special
weapon of offence and must have pat lb
hanging gallery to a aevtre test, kloking ami.
braying outrageously. To Ik MIm n4
gentlemen nf tb California .Theatrical Oonu
patty, wo tender the thanks of Ue oenvtauuity
not only for the dramatic Ulsftt exhibited bm
for their gen rosily. Not only did tbey giro
their services gratuitously, bstrtsy faiSUU
rxTntt$ and prumUd tktarc rttmam to t
1 Building Vend, wbleh wo beaeAttod to tbo-
atnount of 812. There wero 4M MuJuU olo
awl night have been wore but that tkf Cow-,
laitieo did uot with to try the galliry, loo,
aeyofely on first occasion. Tho tebrlc mtm4
over showed no sign of weakoeo and'wIH
bear any strain likely tube but o,iU' Mr(
Berger ana a selection 04 me sm
vided tho icoaic, and played o i'Wei' f
popular air. IWo agtUilbe no wdtOM tObf
building wo ioptiteUd, aa the W-M ii-u-.
menu and dtano vUotitly thoughl,lMr re
ploying oat ol doora, ' The whole Mrforaane
we ikluk etulnenily Mlkfoctory, '''