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"BY r.. P. ADAJTS,
REGULAR GASH SALE
THURSIDAY, FEBKUAHY 17th,
At II) A. 11. nlNnlo Iloonl,
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Backs. 8ng,r. Park. t,llnm nre.,1. Sacks CM.
" E. 1. ADAMS, And r.
CREDIT SALE !
Orclor Mossra. C. Drowor & Co.,
Thursday, February 24th,
Al Id A Yt. at their Store, 1 will tell at Auction,
ON A CREDIT TO THE TRADE
To elose CnnslRnments, a Large anil Valuable
ASSOItTJIKNT OK MEKCHANDISK
AH FOLLOWS I
Sutf Holts, 21 ft flnI 72 It. Whalchonts.nOft,
,. Aimis.Hrown Flannel, nay 'ink ueimns,
Pi-quot llfown Mirrllnc, Irfiu
Paper Hsg., Chairs In shook,
Lobster,! lb tins,
Jump Seat Carringcs,
" Extension Tops,
J p 1 1 , Plan'tnttcn Wagons,
' " Mulo Dump Carts,
Carta'WhccUJanil Axles, Baby Carriages,
Painted Chamber Sets,
HprlniJ Heits. Sprint; Mattrases,
1 fkatiieii pillows.
I1LACK WALNUT MAIIIILE 'IOP OHAMlinit SETS,
lllack Walnut Chrtrotilers.
HUck V atntft Parlor Sets,
HUKNKTTH I'l.OIUMBL, . . ..
.Mr.llum bread In Harrels anil Cuter,
Ilnrio I'onrr, Thresher and Cleaner,
Coffee llnllcr, ltlco lluller. Corn Shcllcr,
Paris Plows nnd Points,
Hide lllll Plows ami Points,
Ka-'leNn.S Plows nnd Points,
II 0'i),nSi Hli-" I Flowsend Points,
Mnllnetueel Plows and Points, Nos.1,3!i. 1.4JJ Ji,B
XlVi Steel Plows nnd Point".
lliimh Lancet, llnmb Irons. Tarred Honfln;;,
Kaolin In bids. Fire Olny.FSro Pricks,
Hard Fine lleadlmr, CANAL HAHllOWS,
" Painted Harrows, Caboose Linings,
, ; II0.0,!S& Fn'"OOUS AND HEADS.
v 'Halt m.kets, panels Hnngs. 1U, 1J2 Inch,
Large I'nlnted Sbovers, Leather Ilcltlng,
SINOLB ANH DOI'HLi: IIAHNKSK,
Flrn Etlntrnlshcr Charges, Maon s Blacking,
Axn MaSdles, Iron Chests,
IltON HAl',ES, Ox Yokes and Hows,
Oil Tierces, Hay Cutter,
Lard Oil in Cases.
JSr-TEIlMS AT HALE.
. i . i K. 1. AIIASIS, Auct'r.
Ily Ordf of the Trustees of tho Estate of Lunalllo,
, I WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
ON MONDAY, MAltOJl 2811., 18S1,
AT 13 O'CLOCK NOON. AT SALESROOM,
That valnablo piece of Land with the Hulldlngt thereon,
on tho corner of Queen and l'ort atrccts, Honolulu,
known as tho
Hudson Bay Premises,
Having a frontage of 11 feet on Tort street and 1CJ feet
on Queen street. Area, 619.9 tquaro fathoms. Title,
Apana 2nd of lloyal Patent SOB.
'!' ' , '
' Tliia'propc'rty l slturtte. In the center of the business
portion of Honolulu, nnd presents an opportunity for
proUlable Investment which la rarely ullcrcd.
A House Lot at Kakaako,
,. NEAR FISHERMAN'S POINT,
Comprtslus onc-fonnh of an acre and fronting on tho
harbor. Title, Itoyal PatcnlTMlj aard,2l7; apana, IS.
Plans and further particulars cjii be had by appllca
Uunto S. Il.llOLE,Trnteo;or
n E. P. ADAMS. Auct'r.
iii aM FHANCISCO,
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS
rXtfTIT-8 IN HONOLULU
IWlaTte fj, oturrraruof th Islamtt,
' CAN IIAVKTIIKIlt
Orders Filled at Lowest Hates
'ON HXND ATTHE STORE OF LW. HOPP
HIM- N I'll. :.."'.
'Biaok Walnut Bedroom Sets,
r' BlttcW Wnlnut Hiacbordt
" ' "''lllnck Wnluut IMnluic tlhnlrn,
Uuk Ciiue Scut Diuiue Chnlia,
JMVi.i Ceditr llfdroom Sett,
L P. 10IIIS, WENT FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
a""1' BEST AXERIOAir
STEM PWTEfl PIPE.
n-'3c toouilsrjo stock of
154,000 Feet On Hand!
Hlick W.d.aSttam Plt W toTlu Uniftcr.
O.hanUVd Water l'lpi to 8 In dlayul.
r-JkThl.bovs llo4srte Pilcel.
TU M0M0LTO1T IKOK WOMM COMFY
For Sal or I
iUni BPliiunUjf to partlea desirous of contjn
nrd. sllusl. on
iKuJlVlW Th. T fu.nllurr. etc.. of th.
. , . ... ...... i.nrji iDiuncuu.li uu .....b,
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
On account of change of n ld nee Vrlll he
oUcrcil at Public AiMi u. on
Saturday, February 12th,
AT IJ O'CLOCK M., at SALES HOO.M.
The rollonlnir Deslrnliln I'roprrlr I
That portion of Land situated to the east of Pnnahnn
College, o ned by A. Marques, vt ho ha. enrlrhrd a de.e rt
f most fertile toll by thn treasure ilerlvcd from an In.
ethanslahle flowing well, supplying a yield nf over
H,lin nation per honr of tho lmre.t water for Irrigating
and drinking purposes.
Tho property will bo offered In two lots.
Lot If t contain almnl H acres nf bet Irrlcahla bottom
land, andll acres of excellent hlith pnstnte Krounds,
together with the artesian well and a beautiful new ami
extra solidly built dwelling, two stories, high, with
line view of thn tea oyer WalklU, contalnlnc 13 large
airy rooms, with plenty of I ahlnets and store rooms j
and an attic of Hired wide tenants' room, al.n, out
aid" kllrhen.cartlajehquic nnd nth r unt lionc
Orer f llanann ties, and plmty ofnlgcroba trees
are already grnwlnc on the land, which arc entitled
to half of llio water flowing from the well
Lot 1 contains nearly 7 acres, nil Irrlgahlennw leased
by a Chinese Company fur thn purpose of a vegetable
(arden, for a term of nine, years wlih the right of half
the water from the artesian well situated on Lot No 1,
At lhe end nf the nld lease all the Imtirnveinetiis, nnd
especially the fruit trees to be planted by the Chinese,
am to remain for thebencflt of the owner.
Iloth hits haui been carefully ilMlned and as.nreil
against flooding by rain Mltter; both lots nre nicely
fenced III, and both Iota- now bordering on die carriage
rond leading from Iteretanla strret lofyha'a Unnch. fn
ilanoi Valley,- will have ncee Irt the new slreeli
and nutlet to be npeniil on the I'unahnu binds tnminl
l'nnahou street, which will render both Harts of said
property valuable for building Int..
Title perfect. Deeds nt tho expense of purcha.er.
The above properly If not sold as above wllthauflcrcd
In suitable building lots with water prUllcge. Plana
of which may bu seen at Hales llnom
For further particulars apply to
I'. H llAUTOW, Ancfr.
ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12
Immediately after the salo of Ileal Estate,
A KIND AND GENTLE CARRIAGE HORSE.
C. H. llAUTOW, Auct'r,
FURNITURE SALE !
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 14,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. Ji.
At the Cottage Eo.ldcnce of Mr. .1. DOETZE, No, 117
Hotel Street, corner of ltlchards,
On Account of Doparturo,
WILL HE SOLD
SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
lllnck Walnut Marble Top Centre. Table,
Walnut lounge, entered vlth raw silk, Chairs,
Jlliick Walnut Mnrlilo Top llel Itnnin Set,
viz, lledsteod, Washstand, 3 Chairs, llurcau and
Towel Hack ;
Kim Crib, lledsteads. Spring Mattras.es,
Hue Cornices and Curtains, llurcau. Lamps,
Mosquito Nets, One Centre. Itug, Meat feafc.
Cook Mo)v, Crockery, Lot of tlrcuood.
C. H. llAUTOW, Anct'r.
ON FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. WILL HE SOLD
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Groceries, Just Received:
lloxes of Sydney Soap. Hags of Corn Meal,
lloes of honp, Ten and Mlnrch,
tns of Chulie, Meats, Jams and Tablo Fruits.
ALSO, AT II O'CLOCK,
Lot of JPlazxts,
AND OTIIEIl MEU0HANDISE.1
C. S. BAIITOW, Ancfr.
.vi:corrAu: i'iano, a ou
C. 8. llAUTOW.
MULES AND HORSES.
OKIIKItS MILL in: iti.ci:ivi:ii III
the undersigned for tho purcliaso of Mules und
Horses, nnilpcrsonal anentluii given by a per
im in Sun Fnuicli.1 n tu selecting and pur-
chasfiig tho amii according to order seii. ...
0 a, HAitioiT
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Yalunlilu lib tin Iinchtmcnt.
llcnted to good tenant, for a lpng perioil. liulldingi In
good repair and plcaiantly located. Apply o
O. Os I'AltlUii
TIIEO. H. DAVIES
4ii'FniiN fok nam::
Tlie C sl r;s o e s
OUT OF 3IAIltIl AND OBEUOK.
(10H lny 1'nnaiiKo)
JTJT TO TTj AND
Consisting of tho usual assortment of
BEY GOODS & CLOTHING
Gnlviinlzod Iron Kooflnu nnd Tonce Wire,
Portland Cement (WIiUo'h),
l'lre llrick. llluo Mottled Honp,
Boat "Wilch Stonm Coal,
O.ilvmifioU Iron Wiuo, 8ddlery, .
il pnir MirrlfcH, Titlt & Wittson's CentrifuRnl.
Wluo, Llquorn, &c. Ac. Ao.
To Arrive per LIZZIE IREDALE
uuh ix ui:t't:Miii:it,
GO Tons llutlroml Iron, T Hall,
Itoollns Slates, &c. .Vr.
8.116 T'.'CO. IIUAVIEH.
ss? s Bras?
VL " - ce - v Ct fc
.' a wsb1 .j-a
se; V H S - r
run onisisi .
20 Tons China Nut Cake.
yolt FBHTIL1Z1KU PUlll'ObES.
In AuantltUs t Suit,
19 " H. HACWfKI.1 '
Wailuku Poi Factory,'
BEST QUATATY O' PAS.Af.f"
ufacturid contntly. All '5l flllrd jjlih dl
patch, i''" ' . K. II .0 A l'' -
gz&ZKi-zuz&ii . ...
? O WiVTI CW J " '
S J5a. 2 "
x- l3 . 3 fcw eji
J'OR SAiV I'MlAiN CISCO.
THE FINE SCHOONKK
Will havo Quick Dlspatoh for abovo port.
For freight or pnuare, arply to
lift 21 II. II ( KIT.l.H.t CO., A fen ts.
BOSTON LINE OF PACKETS
THE FINE At IIAIHC
wn.i, i,:Ai:iiiisro 3. this f.i.xr.
from May 15th to .Inne 1st next Orders for
HimhIs br Ibis vessel should leave hero on or ho-
inni inn i or luriner parncnisrs npiuy u.
From Honolulu to Hilo Direct.
The A 1 Clipper Schooner,
Will Mil from Honolulu to Hilo direct, and will call at
Intermediate. Ports on tho return trip.
lor 1 relght or Passage,
apply to the Cnptnln fin boird,
i o-ii or
.V. 111A.1K I uuui., AgClll
A. FRANK COOKE
AOKNT FOKTI1E FOLLOWING COASTKItSl
ViiUolo, Z Mnlolo
Wnioll. Mrjil JAMu,
Wnlolm, 4fl(Xl "Wnlmnlii,
Uoiu yioKoloKtrraJ Knliutn,
nil it Mana.
I'LAd lied with While Hall. Onice-Comer of Qnecn
SI, and Nuiiauil Streets. I
ItI.J, i MANTKU
Tuesday, February Sst, Spm Illlo
Tuevlny, I'clirnnry mh,r p m ,.. Circuit of linn all
'riiesdny, February I'lti. t. p m Illln
Tiles-liny, February iSiiil. fi ji ra,, Circuit or Hawaii
Tuesday, March Ist.rtpm Hilo
Tuesday, March blh. n i in Circuit of lliwnll
Tuesday, March l'tli, U p in Illln
Tncsdiy, March V-'ml, 3 p in .Circuit of llawnll
Tuesday, March VJtli, A t m Illlo
aw Sn Credit ror l'ni-mire Jlonrj-. -uu
We posltlirly declino to open accounts for Passages,
and e pirtlculnrly call tho attention of the traiUng
public In Hie necessity of having lliiggnge and Freight
jdalnly nnirked; the Hteatucr will not be responsible
lor any iiniunrked llaggngc, or tor freight or Parcels,
links Koei'lpteil lor.
Frolght Honey Due on Demand.
In all ca.-s of freight for parties not responsible, or
imkniiHi, the freight money will bo required In nth mice.
I'iiilliUKH orl.KltlOHS mill WI.NKM M ...
III'. PLAINLY MAIIKI'.I
1'nr Ihe party horn they are for, or plainly stated In tho
receipt to whom they arc consigned.
All dcminds for damage or loss must bo matin within
In no wiy Hiblo for los or accident to lite slock.
fltT" Hack Drivers, Hoys, nnd such like, will not bo
allowed on hoard llio Steamer on arrival, until after tho
passengers hao bien landed.
KH W1LDEK & CO.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
Tin: mi'i.i:miii kti:am.siiii
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
, On or about Monday, Feb. 14.
TOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND!
Till: NI'M'.NIUIi .NTRAMNMIP
CITY OF SYDNEY!
On or about Saturday, Feb. 19
For t'rclslit and Passage, apply to
Ml In. JI. IIACKFELD .t CO.. Ageuts.
(Jooilt lor Nlilineiil icr Hlenmcr can now
be Storeil. I'reo il C'liiirKO. in llio Fireproof
MurolioiiKe, ncur the Stemntir Wlinrf
PLANTERS' LINE JFOR SAN FRANCISCO
C. Browor &. Co. Agents, t
Merchandise received Ntornte rro.SS
and liberal cash advances made on shipments by this
line. 1 3 ly c. nm:wKi: a. uu,
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
ttfi C. Browor & Co. Agents, ttt
tKJl Taornble arrangements can nlnnvs bcSOS
niarte for storage and shipment or oil, liono
Hides und other Merchandise to New Iledford. Heston,
New York and other Eurtini Ports, fsy-Onsh advances
made. TKd ly 0. UHEWEIt&CO.
BY THE LATEST ARRIVALS
I'ltOAI .SAX FItAM'lNCO
WEaiAV15 JtKaKmrcD A IiAltC.13
addition to our former stock of Ship Chandlery,
Ship Stores, Provisions, Ac, Ac, which gives us tho
Greatest Assortment of Goods
Kept on tin so Islands, all of which will be sold at tho
Lou est Market Prices, ns usual. Onr friends and the
public generally are respectfully Invited to examine.
a 6lS UOLLEH Jt CO.
' PAINTS AND OILS.
ATLANTIC I.EAD1M FACitAUEH OF 3 TO
Zinc White. Hnbhuck Lead,
Polled Patut Oil in bulk and In 6 gallon drnms,
A full assortment fancy Color Paints.
3 818 ' POLLE8 CO.
PEHMOII. IX ANY QUANTITY Kcanlrril.
Castor Oil ii aud a irallou tins.
B18 -J HOLLES CO.
SI7.1M FUO.n UXCJS TO 3
.Sal by ,
HOLLES i CO.
six thread totUu Inch,
or NtzEH rnon
HOLLES A CO. I
IIEMPCOKDAGE. AND BOLT ROPE.
An A.HuitTMi:vr or Nir.s ihiim a 1.3
Inch to 8 Inch. Also, hpnnyarn, Seizing, Hatlln,
House Hue, Marline, nouuillu, Ac.
i 6l 110LLKS & CO.
BLOCKS AND MAST HOOl'S.
PATKNT IKON KTIHI'FKIs HI.Ot'KN,
Metallic Iron mrnppeil Hloeks, Patent bushing,
Plain Hushing, a full assortment of .lac..
' B18 HOLLES A CO.
IJlAlHHANKfl I.AKI1 IN PAIIJa, a loib.
' each. Uutter In Juts ami Keg. Coecje. Case
Assorted Table Fruits, Canned Meals, Jam. aud Jellies,
inneit jicais, jsnis aim.cin
Ke (of l'lckluo. Vegelahl
liuney in .la.. 111 kics
IIS VI I Ig I HI. IVt I ."I I tj ,lr. Ul vuun .ll.ts
and (lukfles of Flne.t Tea, hstUlnrs tn qr and bt botes,
Vermicelli, Haccarunl, Crackers lu Yarleiv, Cub Sugar,
Keg Sugar. HUlLEScO. '
I m BREAD.
SAIGON MHKAIslN OlNK AMD HAXl'Jt.
. tuclliim bread, Soda Crackers In case.lSodti'rai.k
rr. In Holes nnd 'litis, Egg Jumbles, lbtn.na Cakes,
AC, AC. HOLLES CO.
EXTRA ME&S BEER
,- ... 1 (1. 1. ........ ,,.. ... It. . n l'nffuu ll.......
For Hil by
KXTll.v I'll I. Mi: IMtliK
HOLLKS X CO
i. ' HAMS AND DACOtf.
Jl'HT AT MAM'. Fo'r bal by
Pr.K Kimr.it a to akkivk, ah aimii
aiJ,a mockotUcqcralMerchandi q
1'OTATOt AND ONIONS.
Rkti:ivi: rEit rirv v
tho Finest Lot tn the Market.
nOLLES A CO.
AKKK'N BXTKA, KXTUA k'AMILY
Cvin Meal, Ult Meal. Cracked Wheat in 10 lb
r.laciaau r lour in n,uu-r r.c...
UAis, reseiVUU uirecs irvi. me aiiw irf.ry uutivu,
aud warranted fn-.h, and of tho best quality.
1 81$ . UOLLKa At LO,
O. P. WA1D,
K.M HBIMtHAMT AX 77 tUrjC MTsV,
tl : or at Ward' Dray HUnd, offer, for sale
Fire Wood, Charcoal, Salt ai4 Wklte S-Vtl,
la Quid titles to BulL !
. . . .nvrwllls !
Circuit Court, Fourth Jnillolal Circuit of
thn Hn.wnUn.il Inlsinita.
rmnoAitt 'Xebm, A.D, 18H1. iiklb At Natiutiu,
IatANii or Kauai.
Crimltmt Cam, Hwoilmt Jury, M Fclirtlirf
Vf. O. Hntitli, Oipuly Atturiicy-Octicral for tlio
King rt. A'ltli-Onwi Clioftt. I'lon of irtillty.
Koutiriccil tn two yrflnt lniiri)ninottt, to tlaty from
expiration of iirteciit term uf Iniprlsontnciit for
ACHfM..intew-Cnrryinr; ilitiirjerona vprpotl'.
ApiionU-il from Inwpr (otirt; cdntlttticil lo next
term. Kntinl for ilefcmlrtttt.
King rt. tterililMcvny. ltccoril slioweil plcit
of Utility In tlin lower Conrti prlnoncr nlloweil lo
clinnRO IiIh pica to not pullty verdict, Httllty. V.
0. Jonen for ilefvtulnnt. Sentenced to 8 montlia
imprlaonmrnt nnd !'." lino. Motion filed In nrret
of Jntltimrnt, liecnnao tint prisoner witn tried In tlio
lower Court nnd tho cnto iipix-nlcil, wlierertfl liticli
Court otdy ltnil Jtirlmllction to cxnmine nnd coin
tnit for trtnl. Motion ruf lined.
Kiii'j rt, Knmnktt Hnnao'lircaklnp. ICrnl.ilititu
niHl(;nI to defend tho iiriaonor. NVrdlct, KHly
Sentenced to 18 niontlitt imprisonment.
Klnijtt. Aono linrccny.of pdnltry. Appeal not
Criniinnl Cnnea, Torr-lRH Jnry, -Ith I'chtnnry.
King rt. .', UmUmann Aaannlt on rtn olllcer.
I'leit not Rullly, crdtct not RUilty. S. IJ. Dolo nnd
W. fl. JotitH for ilefvndnnt.
7ViV' 1 1. ylsi'mi Ai.innlt wlllt n dnncorotta wcnion.
I'lea not RUllty, crdlct Kullty. W. 0. Jones for
Kimj t. Aktnn I'odsePBion of opium. Apponl
from lower Conrt. Verdict not utility. H. II. JJolo
for tlio tlrfondnnt.
King it. Ah A'iwi SelllllR HquorA wltliont ft II
renco. AtiHnl from lower Court. Verdict not
guilty. AS . C. Jniipn for tlio defendntit.
Kin; rt. Atmitii Snlilinlli lirenkiti(f. 1'loa not
(tillty,erillctf!illlty. 8.11. Dolo for llio defeiidnnt.
SoM'rnl dlvorco cuhch wcro disixi-jed of on S.tlnr
ilav tho Mh.
I)lorcii Cnsos Knnlien, vn Olino, w., continued;
Mclo I.lllll, vh Hnnipula.cotitinod from hint torm,
enflo witltdrnwn; lliniM, llooikntkn, w., con
tinned id. W. AInlillum, n Annie, w., noturnutrd;
Dm Id. It., vs l'nlitmlnuln, v., grnnted Knlinnkon,
lc, vh Loknn, w., Rrnntcd.
OFFElt FOlt 8ALK
The Following Goods,
EX LATE AltlUVALB.
Best Cnl. Hard Rod Brioks,
Best Cal. TrcBh Limo.
CS HENNESSEY X, XX AND XXX BRANDY
Ilcnncsnoy Urnndy, other brnndfl,
Cnskn llciinchRey Jlrnndy,
CnBes Kentucky Fnvorlte WhlRkcy,
OnwB O. V. 0. Whlnkoy,
Cutter No. 1 WhiBkoy, 6. K. "Whiskey,
Cnsks Jieck'fl Amcricnn Whiskey, '
CnseH Gin, llnnkutH .Stono Jur Om.
Uest Bherry nnd l'ort Wino in cases Si wood.
Alflo, Ale, I'ortcr, Ac, &c,
IVIiich nJll be Sold nt Itctlticctl Prices,
8S To Suit tho Time'. 19
CLEARING OUT SALE
TUB UKDHRSIONEll Ol'FEHS
THE BALANCE OF HIS STOCK
AT OltEATLV ItKUUCED rillOES,
Consisting of tho Following Cods, viz :
Holla Heat Cliinn No. 1 Mnttinc,
CkuHts Sniiorior Ten, Ckinit Silks, Funs,
And Other Fancy Goods.
N. H. Up Starls, over 1 T. Lcnchan A. Co's, Niiuanu
Street. W3 11 3m
ZEE et -xkt aiian
TELEPHONE COMPANY !
INCOIU'OUATKI, 1IIX'. 311, ISHO.
II. A. WinEMATJN.....
8. O. WILDHll
.8EC1IETAUY AND TllEASUnEII
Wn auk mmv riti:i'.Ki:i to ni:m. nit
rent to Ihn public for prlatc purposes only, com
plete outtlts of Telephonic Instruments of the latest
pattern 0, including the celebrated lllake Transmitter.1
Wn will also furnish estimates to erect private Tele
phonic lines on 1110 oilier isianus. ror parucuinrs,
j. Kt, iir.iiur.jv.
Hcc'y Hawnllan Hell Telephone Co.
The Germania Market
HAN Hi:i: TIIOKOIHilll.Y Itr.NOVATKD
and la now constantly In receipt or the best of
11EKP, MUTTON, VEAL AND L.VMII,
From Choicest Herds.
Pork Pausagev, Ilolognas, Head Cheese, Oerman
Sausages, Ac, always hand, as alto tho best of Poultry
Our Meats are all cut and put np in Eastern style. All
orders faithfully attended to, and dcll cre.l In any part
o( tho city.
IT Cm JtAUri' & SOIirtAHKR. Proprietors.
TASTY ! TASTY ! TASTY!
THE. BEST CIGARS IN THE KINGDOM
I'tlll TIIR JKIXKY 1
Every one that wants 11 Oood Cigar goes to
New Invoice Just Arrived
DIItECT VHOM THE FACTOJIY.
FINEST, BEST AND CHEAPEST
And dltrerent Brands nnd Prices.
KAHYi KAHY1! In lloston, a short time slnco,
two brothers departed this life at a great age one, W,
tho other UK. 'Jhcj weic inveterate smokeis, pud this
Is tho secret of alii They pnparid thilr Tobacio them
'selves. MAltOHANT has the lecclpt, und puts up tho
All kinds of Smokor'sZCoods
tCAK HE FOUND
AT MARCHANT'S. No. 78 Tort Street.
X. 11 My motto this )car is. Trust In (101); all
other, iiitisi pay fiuli. - 1m
ARTESIAN WELL TUBES,
The Honolulu Iron Works
Is now prcparul (0
FURNISH PRICES AND SHOW SAMPLES
oi'Tin: aixsvi; 11to.11
National Tubo Works Co's Works,
And to make contracts to deliver it In large or small
quautltles In this city. &l ) tf
SEIBERT'S AUTOMATIC STEAM
FOIt SALE 1IY THE
HONOLULU IRON WOEKS CO
This llltle apparatus oils the ryllnder conttautlr and
perfectly. Ho llltle oil i. used that a saving of oil and
ear equul to four time Its cost may bo iffcitcd In one
Pint Size, $43. Half Pint Size, $30.
T AMl'.KTINIs HHI.M Bl TIIIIKII.AHKA
Sugar Company In Honolulu 011 the IStli January,
1681, tha fellotvlu uBlcvr. vmii elected for the comlu:
Edward P Adams...
It A Macue.Jr
Nan ford II Dole
It. W. frhmldl..,,..
Wui. I.. Orten...,,..
,.... ..Vice Presldeut.
H II DOLE. Bccrclary.
TITK irXDKUSIOXEI) HAVING
bern appolnteil by the Court as Administrator of
thvEstalaof Charle. Long, dasnl, renests all par.
tie. Indebteil to the EsUte, to makalinmedlata payment
and all parties having claims against llw said KsUtn tu
niuent theui for settlement to Ihe nmierl;tml within
six luonth. froui daw or th.y will be f urever bat red.
F A. nCIIAl'FEIt,
Administrator of tha estata of Cms. Uiko, deceased,
Honolulu. Norembtrlst. Inwl. tU7 11 8m
A TiT ACCOUNTS TJUK AND 0'-
INO to tho PACIFIC QOMMERCIAL AUVER.
TlhF.lt Omce up to and luclu.lln7lhe.3Xh day of August
must b. Milled with J. II. Ulack only. All Indebtedness
up to tnt .am una win on scmcu oy
ON: COin'AC.K AND J.OT, COR
nerof Lunalllo and I'ltkol Htreets. to ba had on
tiy trm. r pwucuiara eaquira o. uv.w.r,
s i, 4 J i 4. U- w,tiHsn,lu.
On tho premises,' of Of
a. s. i'u.
aU psrsojia sre forblddCQ to trnst anybody on my
,, Hoaolalu, Jib. S1X lu.
It hail pleased lll Jlajcsty the King to make the. foil
lowing appointments to tin lloyal Order of Kalnlcanat
Ills Excellency William Nevins AnvaTnoNii, (Irand
The Lord Chamberlain, Colonel, ihe Hon. CiunLM
11. .Itiim, promoted, KntghtCommandcr.
The Hon, WALTin MtnnAr Uittsox, Knight Compan
ion, lolanl 1'alace, ,
SI ! .In. 19th 1SS0,
FEltlWAllV 12, 1881.
DnInnat Ap;oiit'a Notion.
All advertisements for tha hATt'ntiAV l'nitss mint be
sent In by l'rlday noon. No Insertions for theenrrcrH
Issue can ho guaranteed when sent In later,
Advertisers will mark Ihe number of Insertions de.
sired, from which date they charge. Any not so marked
will be charged rt months, '
TIIOH. (I. THillTM. llnslness Agent.
Tnr; Clilncso TlieAler lina been closed.
Hatb your Tnlclitlnes ready for next Jtondny.
Abiconu nieotltiK nt Knumitknpill I.i called for
to nlfilit. .
will bo dno lioro from
tlio colonies on Mondny.
1'Asir.Nor.ti trnllio liotween tlio islands linn been
Rtopiied until furtlibr notice.
Most of tlio smnll-pox cnseB reporlcd nro very
liUt nnd tlio pntlonts nro dodiK well.
Tnr. meeting of tlio Ilnwnilan MKiion Childrcns'
Society for litis month will bo omitted.
I'tNAFonn nirs nro Iienrd nt nil honrs of tho tiny
nnd ocnittR, huhk, hnmmcd nnd whistled.
Two new lraildinp. nro now brine; erected on tho
reef for tho nccomniodntlon of smnll-pox patients.
An odorlcsi exenvntor nrrived on tho A. P.
Jm tlan Inst week, for tho .Minister of tho Interior.
To-Blr, tho soventli nnniTcrsnry of thonoccssion
of Hint; Knlnkntm to tho Throne, is a national
Tnr. brick foundation for n now dwclltnff-hocso
for Mr. Claus Sprckols has been coraplolod near
The Board of Education hao wisely decided lo
closn tho pnblla schools of Honolulu for tho
In convoyinp; smnll-ixix victims to tho reef enro
should bo taken that they do not cot wot or
Tin: steam rond roller wns out on Fort etrcot
aain on Wednesday nstonishing tho natives by
us crnco aim nanny.
A TixErnoNE post on KiitK street near tho rcsi
denro of Mr. Cecil Brown is down suptwscd to
havo been knocked down by n drny. ,
CABT-or clothing for victims of tho smnll-pox
whoso clothes hnvo been burned will bo thnnkf ally
received at tho station house.
An nddition has been Ltiilt on tho Ailrrrltttr
olueo on tlio sido noxt to Whltnoy fc ltobcrtson'fl
nnd frontiuc on Jlerclinnt street.
Da. J. K. SMrrn of Kolon, Kauai, returned by tho
Ltktikt from Mnui last Sunday. Ho mndo tho ns
cont of Hnloaknla on tho liStli ult.
The California Thcatro Company wcro refiiKoda
renownl of their licenso for plnyintr nt tho now
Jlusic Uall on account of tho provnlcnco of Biuall
pox. Tnn Chlneso steamer ileefco left hero for San
Francisco on Thursday nttcrnoon, carrying tho
mails, after haviiiR giveii bonds to tho extent of
Associate Justice Judo nnd Deputy Attorney
Gencr.il Smith arrived from Nawiliwili, Knuni, on
Sundny, whoro tho Circuit Court had been in
AjNumbeii of prisoners aro ungated on tho cspla
niulo between tho foot of Fort street and tlio Like
likt't wharf, replacing somo of tho old beams by
It is singular that moro cases of small-pox hnvo
not bocn discovered among tho Chinese, for
many of them hnvo been exposed to it from tho
Hon. II. A. 'Wideuann has been appointed to
fill tlio vacancy in tha 11 urd of Health occasioned
by tho departure of Col. 0. 11. Judd. A. vory excel
lent appointment. ,
By advices from tho other Islands wo learn that
tho jeeent Kona wna very severe in nil parts of tho
grouii, nnd much d.unneu was done to plantation
buildings and dwelling houses.
TniuiE havo been moro dwellings erected recent
ly at Kulaokaiiua than any other portion of Hono
lulu or vicinity. Two pr three ore now being
erected on Bcrotania street.
Lpok De Jean, keeper of tho Parisian rcstnurnnt
on Hotel street, wns found to hnvo small-pox nnd
was ronvoved to tho hosnitnl mi tlin rnef nn Ttinsu
,lay nnd died on Thursday morning.
Tins I.ikelike loft lnst Wednesday 1 to rnnko the
circuit of Hawaii, .taking freight only. Ou her
return bho will lay up for roiaIrs and will not
leave Honolulu ngnin"uutil March 1st.
Fcou tho mortuary report of tho Board of Health
for January, lSil, wo learn that thcro woro only 40
dcathH. This is only about half tho death rata for
tho saiuu month in tho two previous yearn.
Tur.iti: has been very little business in tho 1'olico
Court this week. Tho epidemic baa a salutary
uffect upon oriino. On Saturday last, nnd on
Thursday nnd Friday of this week, thero woro no
Diu J. K. Smith wtw tho only passenger per
mitted to leave town for tlio other Islands this
week. This exception was mado becnuso of his
being n Government physician for Kauai, und his
services nro needed there.
Some of tlio passengers who nrrived In port by
the I.lkellkt on her last trip, did not como nshoro
on account of tho quarantine regulations, fearing
that thoy would not bo allowod to leave. They To
turned by her on Wednesday.
Orrrcens havo been placed by Marshal l'arko at
thu Nuuanu l'all, nt Monnnlua and at Nltt, tn ex
ruulne all irarsons coming tq gr going from Hono
lulu, with instmctiouH to detain all that havo any
appearance of being nfleoted with small-pox.
A Ciiinamam rind Cliim eu girl hnvo the Binnll-pox
At Koolau. Iloth woro in Honolulu daring tho
celebration of tho Chinese Now Year and woro
thou exposed to it. Dr. Kennedy hns liccn appoint
ed by thu Hoard of Health. Aaaistaut, Physician
.for Koolau nnd -vicinity. ' ', "
H. II. It, Kekukouani has put her onplnco
Uiutna street under a virtual quarantine. The
dumetIcM nro not allowed to lfuvo tho prirnistl
nnd nt.iers aro not allowed to enter. It would Ihi
well if othom employing a number of people would
adopt thu same tue.iuurcH.
Ok Friday the 4th inst, thu bnrkrntlne Ktla nnd
schooner A, l'.JottLm, und on the Mh tho bark
II. II'. Alnt'j, nrrivid from Knn Francisco, nil
bringing nml but ns thoy mudo uucmnmunlr
long (laisigeB, owing 10 rough weather, tho mail
was not no lulu aa that received by thu ateatner.
Last Sunday evenlug tho tiraer MulvJil was
chartered to coutey to Molokal thirty-tight letters
who had arrived here from Maul. The loom lliov
occupied nt the station houso was needed and it
was thought best to send them away as quickly oa
po-iible. Two ousptcLd catea wero detained hire.
A ooKaiDciuaLX qu.uitity of lumber that wa.
umd ou the steamer QuIhIu for bunks was sold to
Chinamen and natives and was hauled off to dif
ferent tiru of the town. The broken pieces were
uod for firewood, and the rent, we are informed,
fur building iiurixwo. ( any of thia lumber can
bo found it hhould be destroyed.
Last Wednesday morning Judge Hoi prion
Uuued an order excluding all person, from the
Police Court during lu'a!ona who have no busi
ness) there.! TUw was doao on acofint off the
prevalence of the small-pox and was a com
lueudablo action, M crowded asaembliea ahould be
avoided as much as poatible al present, and te
Police Court la often peeked wkh native, and
Chinese, who are only prmnl from wwoBriosUty.
Tn' feJIowiaf ssemhera of te Privy Council
have bn appointed aa Ooamittsxssi to aaaUt the
Board uf He-It- during tha prevalence of tha epi
detulc! Uhl fet-tteaey., Governor J. O. IXt-ihiLU.
BU EcU4vucy tbe CU-iwelb-i C. Cr MtnMm.
Imon Knnl, Hon. M. Tiunr'n Ifoii. f). rJnhnmt,
,on. ,T. U. Kawnirtnl, Horn W. ,1, Hmltlt.
1 1 . ,' . . .
Two cnae of amall-po am rtportetl ftt Kwn.
Tub potito ofllcrrs nro lo wear their numbers ou
loir hatbands hereafter.
Tup. members of llio California Thcatro (kirn.
tny will return to Ban rmneUeo for tho present,
Tttr.nn Is to bo n trotting rnco nt Knplolnnl I'nrk
Mlay mllo heals, bestthreo in nro, for sweep,
jtkes of !!00. Thern nro threo entries! Ihltchcr
oy, I.lttlu (limit nhd Dolly Vanlcn.
liAsr Mondny Iwcnly-flTo pupils nttended llio
ort slreot school nnd on Tnesdny tticro wiro only
(teen all nativo or Clilncso clilldren. At tho
ininti street school, whero nearly nil o? the pupils
rn nativo children, on Monday S!0 attended ont
f n mustor rolt of 1)33. Ou Tuesday tho schools
0T0 close d. .
Tiikue wns n heavy rainfnll between 7 nnd 0a.m.
n Sunday, nnd in tho corresponding hours In
10 riming, but with n high barometer. Ou
tonday night rt tremendous thunderstorm ennin
n with a dnliigo of rain nnd a barometer .2.1 bo.
iw lis former loil. Tuesday, southerly wind,
rVdncHdny, west to Honth'trrst, nnd fine.
With nil dno doferenco to llio ltond Supervisor
0 would suggest that somo attention bo paid to
taunnken street. In its present condition It is a
tassof recking filth, nnd tlo doubt charged wilh
lalarin nnd Infection of tho worst kind. Unneces
try isitA lo that locality ftro lo bo avoided ns
itcfnlly ns ono would slum tho neighborhood of
10 yollow ilng. .
Tub Clitnntnnn who recently mndo his escnpo
om custody, nnd who vns tinder sentenco for ten
ars nt hard labor was re-captured at Koolau last
cek nnd wns brought hack to Honolulu. On
outlay morning ho committed snlcldo in bis cell
! y hanging himself with xtripi lorn from his
laukct. An inriuest was held before Coroner
nylon, nnd n Jnry of six Chinnmeu returned n
jrdlct of "death nt his own hands."
Tiik Honoknn Sugar Comptny's mill cotri
tene'ed grinding on l'rlday, tho -1111 Inst., nfter
'Ing idlo for nearly two hmnths. Thoy nro now
iking off tliocana of Mr. Wllllnni II. Ilicknrd,
lojuico of which stands' nt nboutfl' In Its raw
.ato. Mr. lllcknrd's maungcmpnl has proved, n
ertcct success tuun tar. pi 01 1110 siignissi uts
ttisfactlou has been shown, wliich is somothing
ow for Ilunokn'n. '
Ir such crowded meetings ns lhal which wnBheld
t Knumakapllf on Baturday last nro tn bo held
oin tlmn lo timo until n JaroiMIe nitswor to tho
otitious is received, II is not out of plnco to nug
est that n permanent building bo erected on tho
cf for tho said purpose) but on no account
lould such crowded gatherings bo allowed to
sscniblo in tho most densely ixirmlalod part of
1 10 city, especially considering it has been deemed
ecessary to ctuso public schools nnd also places
f publio entertainment.
Tiik striotnros lately passed upon tho police by
ho Chief Justice, in which ho particularly nlluded
o tho hnbiliment of prisoners as compared with
boso of frco citizons, hns had tho effect of pro
ncingh decided clinngo in thegoncral nppearnnco
f thoso who fill tho ranks of tho condemned. Tho
istiuguishing mark of n prisoner now appears to
0 in hisKiHffifooii, ono leg of which is blue, nnd
ho other n variegated color. Whon marching in
airs, ns thoy do when going to, orroturuing from
,'ork, tho effect is extremely conspicuous.
TnK band will givo n concert nt Kmnut Squnro nt
o'clock this afternoon. Following is tho pro-i
In. Mi Tfl.Mvnl'l Tn ntt
Ivrtr, ,,. I.tli, tlnx .!.. MnmiJ
'avatlna "Tho Mountaineer" Palllnl
lelectlon " Cinderella" Itosslnl
olonalsc'TH Follow Theoi' Farmcri
Jundrlllo "Under tho Palms" Kuhncr
Tlio second moonlight concert will tako placo ou
Monday evening, February 14th, in Emma Square
Soon af tor tho arrival of tho steamer Kitauta
Ifou last Satuiday, Mr. II. Cornwcll and others,
having hoard that tho Hoard of Health wcro going
to prohibit pcoplo from leaving Honolulu for tho
other islands, chartered tlio steamer and sho sailed
for Knhului, Maui, on tho samo day. A few others
besido Mr. Cornwoll's party left on her. Tho
JCilauea lion rotunind to Honolulu ou Monday
morning. When on hcriway to Knhului sho spoko
the hiktlike, nnd somo of tho pnssengcrn of that
steamor, learning of tho quarnntino regulations,
boarded tho Kilauca lion and returned lo Mnui.
Tnn following is tlio record of tho proceedings
nt tho Police Court for tho wcok: Frank Marcus,
attempting to loavo tho Kingdom without a pass,
port, pleaded guilty, nnd wns lined 2T, nnd If 3
costs. Chili. Ong. having opium in his possession ;
caso continued. Kaualu, k., charged with violiting
soc. 21 of chap. r9 of tho Penal Code, requiring
householders and others to inform tho authorities
of cases of Bmall-pox coming under thoir observa
tion ; twllt prosequi entered by proseoution. Knhni,
k., nnd Kani, w adultery, ploaded guilty ; tho for
mer was fined $30 nnd $- oO costs, nnd tho latter
$lft nnd .?- fiO costs. Kd Ilarton, drunkenness,
pleaded guilty, nnd was lined $5 nnd $1 costs. M.
Martin and Dunn, druukenuess ; each forfeited
Ok Saturday last a mooting was convened at
Kaumnkapili to discuss particularly tlio present
action of tho Board of Health regarding tlio small
pox that has boon recently introduced into Hono
lulu. Early hi tho afternoon, Mr. John Sholdon,
and tho Hunorablo S. K. Hunt mounted tho rostrum
at tho fish market, inciting tho nntivca to Hock to
gether and join in tho demonstration. Shortly
after seven o'clock tho church began to fill. Mr.
Kauliikoa was appointed chairman. Mr. John
Sheldon read tho resolutions which had been
drnwn np, nnd Mr. Kaai seconded them. The
whole of tho proceedings wero conducted in tho
Hawaiian language, and frcquont bursts of ap
plause emanating irom interested parties,
amongst whom woro the ox-Minister of I inauco,
llov. Kuaca, and tho Honorablo J. Keau, greeted
tho speakers when denouncing tho present Min
istry and the Board of Health. A Committco of
tvvelvo was appointed to watt upon II. 11. H- tho
Princess ltecnt, but amidst such a multitudo of
voices that it was imtiossibloior n listener to as
certain on whom tho honor was bostowid.
D11. J. Weiii, who nrrived horo from San Fran
cisco laBt Saturday on tho 11. )' Atmy, brought
with him for ttcrsous in Honolulu, nine horses, ten
mules nud uino cows, and notwithstanding the
stormy weather cxporlcucid. nil nro looking well.
He nlao brought n young stalliou.'of which wo clip
tho following notice from tho San Francisco Spirit
of the Timet of January 8th t " Dr. John Weir hns
purchased of II. W. Scalo tho young trotting
stallion Strideaway, nnd Iuib whipped him to tho
Sandwich Islnuds. Hu is a lino HiM'cimon of tho
highly bred trotter, being over sixteen hands,
though not four years old until Spring, and is n
very truly formed colt. His siro illmo waH not
only n trotter himself, but begets trottors, nnd
'adds slzo nnd Btvlu. which is now no much looked
after. Stridenwny is n hands.mo bay, with the
speedy conformation his breeding would naturally
l.tml i,a tn n.iint. Tlla ilnm In Pji.lv l"Vimatnn1r liv
'Norfolk, his grandam Mary Butto by Belmont.
t.liun is by Montwir, a fton or ionglfltana iiiacK
hawk, nnd his dam yaa by Sir ltichard. The pco
plo in Honolulu nro somowhat akoptical. having
Lecn imposed upon in regard to the pedigrees of
animals which uavotioen sent to them, but they
can rest nasurqd that this is correct, and sub
stantiated in eVery point by ttatementa 'which are
worthy of credit."
IjAht Monday evening the California Thcatro
Company produced "Woodoock'a Littlo Game,''
at tho now theatre. All of tho actors sustained
their parts well notwithstanding that the au
dience was small, owing tu tho luclcmenoy
of the weather" and thu ularm occasioned, by tha
spread of tha smallpox, 'llio performance con
cluded with tho laughable farcw, " My, Precious
lietsv." which kenl thu audience In a roar till tho
curtain went down for the nst timo, Mr. Crosble,
as Mr. BobUil, wns of course -the fnnny-iSftti of
tlio play. MIm Ioug made a capital Nancy Mud
dle, and MIm AlletMu. Mni. XiluM, Mlaa. Wllkea
ns Mrs. Bobtail, Mr. Wilson as Mr. Lnngford nud
Mr. Francoeur ns Mr. Wigtail, Trprcaentqd their
characters to iwrfectlon, and luuvh lietler than
nue would think possible, tq bo done when incum
bered with such awful name. Unt whit's in a
luiuiu wlien wa Imvo such actors? Owing to the
prevalence of the smnll.pux "My I'rcrlooa Ikitsy "
Is tho last production, fur a time at least, uf this
Company. We regret that circumstance; have
nncn making neootsiry for tha jiubllo to
forego the plu.uuro of their turfonaancea, and
that they have to retire Just nt n time when the
publio have learned to npprecbtte thero.
FoLLowrSQ is a complete list of tbo mall-pox
cams reported up to tho prraent .tisave, giving tho
names and places pf icniUence 1 ,
Fell. 6lhi Ijouo, k., Kcmhonti KMloba.Nk.,
Kaumakniiill I Kamahi, lc. H onokaupu Kaeo, k.,
nt (jueon Kiawa'a yard t WablnellU, w., lUkinale 1
Samuel Kalalau, k., and Piimoku, lc, boUj at Ka.
opuaua) Uibba (whltem.in), Qaeen'a ' Hoapltal
Akowana, k., Kinl. w., Uakto, W. nnd KepoUrj,,
Kaopuatuti leke, lc. Klklli.il Ahleua, k., KtiUo
knhua 1 Nahuins, Kiklhale Keawe, vr. (dead),
Feb. tltht Pua. k., nt Qaeen Emm' yard)
Kilt Crowinuhurg. .Kiklhale 1 Keawe, k.,Maikai,
lc. Ioba. k. and Kalaniroea, w., Kaopuaoa. ' '
Feb. 7th r Paapatna, w, and Hoolcaco, k., Hotto
kaoou t Kanoho. w.. Ur.inohauo. W-lklkl 1 Nakaa.
w !Keithoul. BBlth iiUeetl JUliko,.w on Nuu
anu SHi-et, wa. not ramoved, aa aha waa prBant
and baa ace Atth to. child.. aer and
child doing well ao (axj George Luou, jr.. Kukul
Lano 1 one native wapa) k fa wee KawaV botua
in Muuauu valley 1 flamaiuiw, w., gave
achUd ia Kalfcl, cawot be NsaoVa. at
Airt. ulri) aaoUuur aa ia Kaii-L
Feb. rh;-J. Dejaas ( wblW, dead ) 1 Fert St.
Kane, t, on Heretaaia mreetj Moho'taoao.'w., av
girl, Knknl Street t Hattlo Akan, w., child,
tnnla Street 1 nnd Vllmoktt, w., 1'ntloiM, Nm
I'd,, otli t-MlM Sigsln, Horn's btkarV, I
strrt Kr.nnallwn. l'nnonj Mitknlnll. lvoixihunl.
roil, luint Memo riolmnli, JtnputikOIA I JHama.
liana, Kulaoknhun ( ono Chinaman from Knnrmho
nnd onri a new enso from llio Chlneso steamer
Sttiil'oc. Number of roses fotly-four) number
of denths threo.
1 . 1 11
Titr. roads on tho Island nro In tery cmxl' con
Tun new Covonior, I'tililula Knnoa, Is rstcemtd
Hanamaulu mill U averaging ten tuns or lugar
per day, '
Kataa SuoAti Mn.t, cotnmcnci-d grinding I'olirn.
" It In notlccnblo that much lens rain hns fallen
on Kntinl dnrlng tho past two months than pn tho
Tub Island Is maintaining Its rep'ilallon ns Ihd
liest-governed Island of tho group.
Mil. liter, who met with nn accident rrcenlly nt
Kapan vthiln ntwnrlrnn n llume. died on iJecem
her 31st, much regretted by nil who know him.
Tnr. Koloa plantation Is taking oft n largo crop,
and in nn oipodltlou manner. Tim nvprngoqmn
lily of sugar ln-ing mnnnfnclured dally IS river
tvvelvo tons. On Thursday of Inst week 17,X)
gallons of Juice was tho result of eight hours' and
thirty minutes' grinding.
Jamrs II. K. Kaiwi, District Jnstleo of Knwnl
linn, wns brought before thn Circuit Court 011 n
complnlnt of having nllered tho testimony of
witnesses in thn caso of tho King vs. Mmlnruinnli.
Nn trial was had, 1ml tho caso will probably como
up for trial lit tho next tenn of Court.
Fot.tiwi'ta Ik llio weather rcconl for llio month
of Jnnuary, as kept bv T). J. W. Smith nt Knlui i
Jlalnfnll, i'.'S inches. Thermometer, low out nt sun
rlsM0 1 nvcrngo minimum thoruiomctnr Kl.'J0.
Thcrmomiter, highest nt 2 r. u. 7rt3 j nverngo
mnximuin Ihcrinometor 71. Aneroid barometi r,
I'M) feet elevation,) highest 'J0.705 ; lowest 2"J.07n.
Westerly wind prevailed II days, northerly wind
l.' days, nnd variable '.' das.
Tub Clrcnlt Court, which was to havo licon con
vened February 1st, was owned nnd ndjonrned by
Sheriff Wilcox from day today until thnJmlgH
nrrived, bad wcithnr detaining them at Honolulu.
They arrived on tho 8d mid business tlten com.
noticed. Nativo Jury eases wero disposed of th'tt
day. On Friday tho 4th, tho foreign Juries dis
posed of flvn cases nnd woro dismissed nt 7i30
o'clock that evening. Court adjourned for tho
torm on Saturday tho Mil.
Wb wcro misinformed Inst wcok In regard lo llio
smnll-pox being nt Kfthnlul. Thcro nro no caiei
Tim brlgnntino Coniueto nrrived nt Knhului
from San Frnneisco on tho 1st nnd the schooner
Itovirfn salleil for tho Coast tiio Rariio'day. Tlio
latter took four passengers.
Oaptaim T. K. CiaiiK of Kipthuln, wh6 in now
In town, reporis tho mill about ready to begin
grinding nnd najH Hint injury to flumes by tho Into
winds was slight, nnd that no material diimago
was done to tho cano.
The storm on tho Inland during llio foro pait of
last week did a groat deal of damage, blowing
smoke-stacks off tho mills and wrecking n number
of buildings. Tho houso in wliich Mr. Wilcox
wns living wns picked up and landed in n, kalo
patch nnd was completely demolished, Ono that
wns being orccted for Mr. O. E. Bonrdman wntf B j
badly injured that it is being rebuilt. It wan
nearly finished. Other buildings woro injured
nud much daraago was dono to trees,
The British bark Mary iliUlred from Hongkong
for Vancouver's Island put into Hilo on llio id
with n broken rudder. ,
Ok tho 2d inst. thcro was n regular flood of rnin
nt Honokan, hut on the fallowing day the wind
shifted around to tho dry quarter and tlio weather
Hev. Trros Coan of Illlo was eighty j ears old
on Wednesday tho 2d of February, nud 11 number
of his friends nnd parishioners called on him to'
congratulate him. For a man of so many years
ho is vory active
Fob tho past two weeks (previous to February,
1st) n'sevcre Kona wind prcvnilod atllonoknn and
destroyed n considerable nmonut of property in
that district. It unroofed tho Honokna Sugar
Company's trash-house, and entirely destroyed
thn trash-houso nt the Pannhnu mill, leveling it to
the ground. Several other frame buildings nud
numerous grass-houses havo fallen victims lo tho
wind. It blow to such an extent on Saturday,
January SUth, as to prevent tho JJktlike from
landing her lioats nt Knwalhae. There is scarcely
a field of cano in that district but has suffered to a
considerable extent from this severe weather,
Tho following from n lady patient at tho hospl.
tal on the roof, refutes tho statoment mndo by tho
Wednesday Vxpret in regard to tho ill treatment
of victims of the small-pox, nnd a translation af
which wo givo in to-day's Vrttt s ,
Honolulu, Fc. 10lh, IB31.
EniTonBlTUiUMTPiirsi: Intelligence hniirenoli,
od us this morning concerning thu ill treatment of
sinall-pox patients. I sincorely assure yon that
thu report is all false, and may hae been reported
by somo friends of tho slok; but certainly tho
?atienls could never say they wore Ill-troatud, for
hoy hnvo received hotter treatment than oxpootcd.
Little did wo think of receiving as much comfort
here, liko that at onr homes, but it liaa boon a
great blessing. Although separated from homo
nud frionds, still wo luxve found tho dear pleasure
of allowing ourselves a happy nud oomfotlahlo
home. Wo all Join with one heart hi thnukiitg
Mr. Dayton nnd other friends who have kindly Of
fered thoir services to nld and do all they can
for tho sick. We have all wo dosirq and moro tx
at that, Wo are all very sorry that, thu report lin-)
been spread around, but wo truly hope our friends
Vfill not listen to tho silly gosalpcrs.Jjut, tako tllii
word of a welt-known patient, Yiith much Ioto
nnd sincere gratitude,
I remain yours respectfully,
EDrron Sattjuoat Piisas! Sir; Tho nnolent
Greeks ntwaya naed ouphemisma for whatever wns
disagreeable or repugnant to tinman footings.
Whatever waa "alntster" to the Itomau w.it6
them, "euoiiiimot," Might not this oxatnplo bo
profitably followed nt the present time? It would
not requite much moro type In writing, or much
mora breath in apoaklng to take those who nro
suffering from tho disease which ia now nmougst
US in a "iratjillal carriupe " or "Dolrdo Health fjrv
prttt" to the sanatorium' or "Seagirt hoipttal"
or "amall-pot hospital" than it requires to tako
them in aj corf to the Itoiuz. It -ktouUI
sound tietter. The terms now in use nro hot cal
culated to allay tho dread of the aiURll-pdr. but
rather to heighten It. Thoy are aa harmful ns tho
sensational caps of the AUnrtlttr. 'Moreover they
expreaa a hard Inhumau view of slckntks, They
Imply that the moment one Is vlaiUt wilh sickness
lie la to be carted away not ns a human bvitig- to
bo taken earo uf and healed, bat rm so much putrid
offal to be got ridJolT. and ao long aa aooiuty Is
freed front the iufectiou of hiapreswueo, it nmttors
little whether the cart dl-)liaia ita load on tho
reef or beyond it. 1
For my part I, ahould object to bo thud dealt
with before I am dead, aud am not tarprUud that
my fellow-creature have tho aamu obJeotiviti, and
uto ineaua to eaeapa being cvngned to such a
place by such a ooHveyanoei au objection which
would in groat tueaeuru be removed by a little con
sideration of Wiut'a 1 A Nauic.
Honolulu, February 11th 1881. r
We thoroughly agree with oar correipondeiit
and have never ounselios naed the words) "put
koutt" ox " pett earl," En.
EnrroB SATtJWAr Pasts. 1 Vf. U, Oibion, Ji.
editor of the HVfii.sutdy h'xpret,'viitlit:d in tlto
Huwallan version of itaodilionof tho'Jth Fubruiry
the statement that the nalMt tho Ware lemorOfl
lo the quarantine ground on Friday audSiturday
lut were kept without food or water or tha cum.
forta of life. In one plage fa tka mper it clVai
Mr.Ktkau.a H-ttabre, lie atMly1 for Its
statement. Klkau iWulea Uut M aref fande thU
repreacntatlon. Thu U but ano-aer oae of thov,
palpable mUrt praaenUttoM whloh are baring thu
effeet iaUnded by veaawabU Attor-thaw is.
of ro-aing the nalivea afaiaai (itovrniBut and
tha while generally. Mow lasAg will thU be
tolerated r Will be oofitiniM to w lk audf.
aasamed role of a aanitary reforuer any loiijfsr
inaa Be Hunaa wall asarve wvasweaor uuwiuwi
the Meatmt order of tbluga 1
nut. lie Is
advwafl, U order to ba etmaUUnl, to dwphht u irb
Lota unyiagea, ay (
Waal s M1U f - !
eM 1 - iw wt sasta j. " w i-1 raj ss 1 iji n H
Hilo, Fakaary ith, m.
XvtTeB (sATBaiDAY 9M i Wawa I,oa U
till quite aativt. The 'low la nw reported
is ba fourtaen railaa freca ImaTOaa day ,thf
ytk wa aaald hear aakaa 1m M,'4kw Atat
fillBiil-l lt llur. ii trt'-i MtiVinfi"
i ffa-1 MWMwv(sW W9 fwAjV PfWaaa
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