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nV K. I. ADAMS.
SPECIAL OA8IT. SALE
SATURDAY, TEBIHTAIIY 20th,
AT III A M AT 8AI.F.8 Il'JOM,
WIIiL HE SOLD WITHOUT RESERVE
J 1 .V C. ON. Ac .
AH FOLLOWS I
Mnen ttn'W, I'ntlnn Htirk Ilrnwn Linen,
Pillow l.lnrn, Fronting Mnen, Merino,
Victoria Lawn, striped Lawn, Kulln stripe.
Prints, M(iiiillii Nell ng. Win Ilenlms,
Hlrlpeil Denims. Imvsilntr, Hickory Shirts,
Hhnwls, Kstillnes. Hope, assorted slrest
Otsliiirru Pauls. Nerktlcs, ,tc.
Ilatiilken-hlrs, Linen Pants, Nnpkltin. Illankels,
American I'lfltf Tins Candles. asea French I'cm,
Cans Clnrnlale. If rn.iMin Oil,
Horha Slid H I It I ti (f . Finn Shirts,
Crimean Shirts, Csndles, Mali Oil, I'aalor (III,
Salmon Oysters. Letter Paper
ItTTKKMH f S1I.
K. P. ADAMS, Anct'r.
mx i JD ex y.
APPLES at AUCTION
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20th,
AT It! O'CLOCK M AT HALI'.H IIOOM,
Kx Stmr from Han Frnnclscn.
100 Boxes Fresh Apples!
40 BAGS OF POTATOES.
i:. P AI1A.U.1, Ancllnnrtr.
BULLOCKS AND CARTS
AT AUCTION !
ON SATITJ.IMY, FKHIIUAI.Y VMilli
At 13 o'clock noun, at Hale Hnom will tic rolil
Four Yoko of Well Trained Cattle
1 Bullock, I I'loVtS,
I Subsoil Plcnr, 1 Harrow,
'2 llnllnrk Carls, Chtiliis, Tools, Ac, Ar.
H. P. AHAM8, Aiict'r
By Order of tho Trustees nf the Estnto of Lunnlllo,
I WILL HF.I.I, AT PU1IL10 AUCTION,
ON MOIS'JIAY, MARCH 28Ui, 1881,
AT IS O'CLOCK NOON. AT HALKSUOOM,
That valuable piece nf Land with the Ilnlldlnga thereon,
nn tho comer of (Jnccn and l'ort atrccta, Honolulu,
known aa Iho
Hudson Bay Premises,
Having a frontago of 125 feet on Fort atreet and KW feet
on (ueen rtreet. Area, (1I0.U aquaro fathoms. Title,
Apana gnd of Uoyal Patint MM.
Thla jiroperty la altuate III tho center of Iho liualneaa
portion of Honolulu, and preaenta an opportunity for
profitable. Investment which Is rarely ulfcrcd.
A House Lot at Kakaako,
NEAR FISHERMAN'S POINT,
Comprising one-fourth of n acre and fronting on the
harbor. Title, Itoyal I'atcnt75-Jli award, BI7; apnna, VI.
Two hotif e Iota In Honolulu, on the makal sldo of
King atreil next east of the Alllolanl limine. Title,
AMrcl H 17, Apaiia 7, Itoyal Patent Wilis, Part",
ALSO, IN LAHAINA, MAUI,
Lot In Puako, Lahalna, Including an urea of S square
rd. Title, Award MWI, lloyal 1'iiUntfAVi, to l'ok-n,
deed from Kiiuaucand Pnpukiito Luualllo, in liber u4,
tip Mi ana .
Lot knann us Lot Nul, mostly kalo land, In Luhalna,
liu Hiding an are.i of 1 aero and ! rauatu rods, with n
lualilo water right bolonglng thereto. Title, Award
Iloiisa lot known as Luanhu, In Lahalna, Including an
area of 1 ncrc, S roods, and '-T square rods, ulth build
ings thert'ou. Title, Award to Lunalllu,
Plans uud further purtlculara can ba had by applica
tion to 8. H. BOLE, Trmlce: or
K. P. ADAMS, Aurfr.
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS
PAETIES IN HONOLULU
Or other parts of tho Islands,
CAN HAVK THKIlt
Orders, .Filled at Lowest Rates
7 n - -1 -
,-iHy ipplliatlon to Mr, K P. ADAMH, queen Street, who
bu our llescrltli L'alaloguu with Prices.
ON HAND AT THE STORE OF I. W.HOPP
Blaok Walnut Bedi'oom Sets,
Mlael Wnlnut Sldobourdi.
Uluck Walnut DImIiib Chain,
Ouk CrBO Sent IMuIhb Vhuiia,
Cedar Iledroom Net!,
L P. ADAMS, AGENT FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
' l 3i 3ni
Dtwlrablu l'roitcrty ou Fort St. For Sale.
.tTlIK WKI7I' 1CNOWX LOT SITU-
X atel ou Kort Htreet above IK'rctanU. This lot Is
liu feet frontage on Fort street, and 1st feet rear. There
Is a two-story dwelling house on the lot, nearly uew,
with cook house, bath liousn and prly, and two wells
( feel deep.well slotted up from lh bottom for sewer
H purposes. Tltawalsr Is laid oi In four different
1 places, ana piping an iu kwmi i-unuuiou, inero is
ntnlo room for the erection of two Urge cottages. Tba
fondue Is all new. This Is one of tho most healthy and
reiitrslly located lots fur re. Idfuce of any In the city
uf Honolulu. The aWio sale oilers a good opportunity
for the pruuucul Investment of tapllal.
Till perfect. Deeds at th expense of the purchases.
A part of the purchase money n.ay remain secured by
liiiirtcsp) ou the premlsoa. For further particulars, ap
,,lrtu U. W. UAOV.oulbeiireiulses.or
'' ' A.J OAUTW'JUUIIT, Ekj.,
WhewavpUnuf thelolctu be seen. b35 7
i a' . vai me - aw
JKL X 2
J tut to tud Ex "Eurtks," and (or Bala by
100 bblu. Prime PlMttloM Salmon
At tht Loiettt ilavkut Halts,
634 e THIO. H. DAVIIS
T1Y C. S. BARTOW.
AUCTION OF GRAIN
AT II OTLOf It M, AT SALKH ItOOM,
WILL UK HOI.ll
Sacks of Wheat, Bran.OatB,
t allfornla Hose Mutter flrnnnd Itnrlry.
Potatoes, Onlnna, (firman lliilngna Sanrnge
C. H. IIAIt'IOW, Aucl'r.
BALANCE OF RETAIL STOCK
Monday, February 28, 1881,
AT III O'CL0 K A M
At lli Store nf HOP WO ( IIONO, Nn, PI Niiiisthi M ,
will tin sold the atfick now remaining on hnnil,
Consisting of China Provisions !
Tina of Meats, Wrapping Piper,!
. OiULfvli lot or 3Tuiixvitiax'o
Anil a variety nf older Articles.
C. H IIAItrOW, Ancl'r
ON THURSDAY, MARCH 3rd
AT MO'UI.Of K A. M WILL Hi: SOI.II
AN ASSORTMENT OF DRY GOODS !
'Lot nf Fine Clollilnir,
Fresh Arrival of Groceries
Tina nf Superior Meat", Oysler, Hardlnes,
Crackers, Leaf Lanl, Iloxes nf Snap.
Starch, Tolinccu, llreail anil Crnckcrs,
0. H.JIAH'JOW, Anct'r.
In tturntirtiirr nf ft I'owt r nf HiiW-contnliiPtl tn n tft
tnln Mnrlcnirr DimmI. iIhImI March i'th, HH), made ..
t.wrn Mfiiniirln Knhltimkn nml A !. Citrtwi.j'ltt. ami
rerouted III l.llier IH, iiniien :W7 to.W'l, (, H. Ilaru-w U
IliKlrnctfd In rrI nt public miction, nt hU Hnlrit Hoom,
ON SATllHDAY, MAKCII 12, 1881,
AT Vi O'CLOOK, NOON,
All the Land rtefcrlhril In mid inorteae, lielng thn
rainu itercrlliol In Itoynl PiiUnt No, .'Ul, Knliauit No,
HI HI. l'nr furt lnr partlculara npiil to
0. H. II A ItTOW, Antfr.
Or It. P. IliiKKimiN, Attorney for Mortgagee.
Ki:'trr.ii: i-iami, a iooi
C. 8. IIA ItTOW,
MULES AND HORSES.
oniiKitN tvii.i. m: itKcr.ivr.n nv
ft ine nnilrrnlginil rorllin purclin.eor ."nuien nnn
-Jff llnrna, unifperi'nnal nttintlmt given liy ft per-
aim In Hnti Vranclpe.n to aeleetlnt? and tiur
chasing Iho anine according to order given,
X 8. 1IAKTOW.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Valuable iih an IiiK'stiiicnl.
Itented to good tenants for a long period. Ilnlldlnga In
good repair and pleasantly located. Apply to
Nos. 70 aini:7S;Molcl Street,
HART BROTHERS, Proprietors.
Board foyjthe Buy, Week or Transient
Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco,
Soda!Water and other Iced Drinks.
Meals Sorvod in FirBt-Class Stylo
ATI. AM. HOUItN.
IIENHY J. IIAJIT, 825 0 ELLIS A. HAltT.
Watchmaker, Jeweller, Engraver,
NO. 6 KAAH1TMANU ST.
ALL KIKDS AM. STYLKS OF JEWELUY
. G Made to order, iniiiiuo In design, mid of tho
most approved patterns
Kulcui Jewelry a Specialty
Watches of tho Finest Mechanism
BY COMPETENT WORKMEN,
At Low Itatcs, and Warranted.
Engraving uud Stouu 'Setting Promptly At-
(VI hold inynrir iM'nwuinlly rriaiiIM
lornll (tixiilK run iiNlnl my rnrx and (inure all
inv palrona of iierfeet secufllvof th"lr nrinl.. Q im
FRANK II. AUSTIN & CO.,
Commission Merchants and For
Olllco No. SO California St., San Francisco.
Consignments from tho Hawaiian Islands desired.
The Ileal Prices WarMtited, und Hales Ouarantettt.
I't 4 ly
AN INVOICE OF
And Foi Halo by
n. n UKFKLT) A CO.
ONK COTTAGK AND LOT, COIN
nrr of l.unallHiand PIILol Hiects. to bu had on
easy terms, ror particulars ennutroof the owner.
On lh liremlsev, or of
SI if B. II. POLK
TIIV, UNDKWSIGXKI) HAA'ING
been appointed by the Court aa Administrator of
the Kitote of Charles Uhib, diceased, requests all par
ties Indebted to the Kstale, touiaVe Immedlata payment
and all parties bavins claims ugalntt lhi said Kstala lo
preseut Ihvm for sctuerneut to tho underslj;ned within
six mouths from data or they ulll he fureter hatred
Y. A. hOHAKrT.lt,
Administrator of the estate of Cms. I.iino. deceased.
Honolulu, November 1st. Ihwl. KtT It 8in
Wailuku Poi Factory.
BEST QUAIilTV OF PAJAI MAN.
ufaclurtdconstintlr. All orders dllrd with dis
patch. K. II. 1IAILKY.
FOR SALC !
20 Tons China Kut Cake.
FOR PKUTIL1ZINO PUHP0SE8.
In QuantitlM to Suit,
1'OU SAN IMUNOrSCO.
Tlir. rAflTRAII.thfl IIAllKK.tTIWK
iv Jane A. Falkinburg
Will havo ftntck DIpateh for above Fort.
l'nr I'relght or Passage apply to
Ml V t'ASTI.K A. roQKK, Atnla
BOSTON LINE OF PACKETS
TIM! KINP, At 1IAIIK
trr I i.i, I. i:vi: nosrts.tr i. rinat M.arr,
AfV'"'" May IMh to lime 1st nrjt Orders for
JaUl.(ioo,l hy Oils ves.el should leate here on or lie.
fore April lllh I'or fnrlher parilenlara apply to
en iim t iiiikvIkk ft uo,
From Honolulu to Hilo Direct.
The A 1 flipper Hchooncr,
Will sail from llnnntutii In lllln direct, and will rail at
Inlermedlatn Porta on the return trip.
I'or Freight or Passugp, apply In the. Captain on hoard,
l1l r A KIIANK OotlKK, Agent,
A. FRANK COOKE
AUKNT lOHTIIi: I'OIJ.OWINO COAHTKItHl
Waltolr, (i& Mnlnlo
WnJull. Mrjjt I.IHu,
Wnlolin, SultXA Wnlmnlti,
Oon. Sl"r"1 Srii ri "l""
ri,(J IW Willi Wlille Hull oniee Corner of Queen
Mi and Niliixiiti Hlreels. 1
Tuesday. MarrhPth, ftp m .....Circuit of Hawaii
rue-uay, .narrli nth. Ii n in
T'trsday, Msrrh ,!, !, p m... . .Circuit of Haw all
itesday. Marrlirith.fi ti in Illl.i
'liiesdsy, April fith, ftp m .. .Circuit of Hawaii
Tuesday, April lit, ft p m Hllu
Tuesday, April Pith,, pin Circuit of Hawaii
Tuetdiy, Atr!l '.Tith, & p iu... lllln
Tuesday, Mity .Id, ftp nt Clrcnlt of Itawnll
oo- . (Irpillt rr Pnivnur .Tloiif. -srt
Wo positively declinn to open nceottnla for I'nsrtiErS)
and wo particularly call Hie oltcntlon of the travtllnx
puhlle to (he necessity of haliiL' lliiKKat-e and Krclttlit
plainly maiLril; thn Hteaini r will not he ri-spunalTile
for any unmarked MagciCd or for Freight or Parcels,
ttiili'sa HereliiMl lor.
Frslfjht Monoy Dun an Demand.
In .ill eif of freight for parties not responsible, or
unknown, the freight money will ho reipiln d In adsauro
I'WHAUKS ori.KlllOltN nml VIM)t JtlllN.
lit: Pl.AI.M.Y .-MAUICMt
I'or the part v w horn they are for, or plainly stated In tho
receipt tnnliotn tiny art consigned.
All ileinnnds for damage or loss must be made within
In no w ny liable for los or accident tn live stork.
frr- Hark I)rl era. Hoys, and such like, will not be
allowed on Imird the Hleiimer on arrival, until nfler thn
passeugrrn hue been landed.
WIMinil A CO.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
Till: ftl'J.KMtlO STKASfHIIIt
CITY of NEW YORK )
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about Monday, March 14.
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND !
Till: NPt.KMIII) NTKAMNIIIF
On or about Saturday, March 19
For Fre'ght nnd Passage, npply to
Ml " H. HACICFHI.I) A CO., Agents.
IlixMlo lor Slllpment per Ntcitnifr mil now
bs .HUvrril, l'rM- ol 4'hur. In u,n l'lrr.irool
Wwrs-liomm nrnr tlm Wts-Mtiivr Ulmrf.
PLANTERS' LINE H)R SAN FRANCISCO
C. Browor &. Co. Agents.
Mcrchnmllpc rt'celTrtl N tor Aire Frro.
ml liberal cah advances made on flilpmrnU liy this
line. 7W ly C. liUKWKit A CO.
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE
ftSSL c- Browor A Co. Agents
CtsSdu raomblo arranncmonts ran ahvnyfi 1
mailo for stnnist ami ehlpmrtit nf Oil, Ifone. Wool.
Hiilex mid other Merchandlgn to New Uedford. Uoton.
Siw York und othnr Kastcrn l'ortu, CrCah advanren
THEO. H. DAVIES
OI'FKHN for nam:;
Tlie G et V.s o o &
CITY OF MADRID AND 0RER0N,
(108 liny. PHsjanKc)
JUST TO H.3NTI
Conslsttne of the usual assortment of
DET GOODS & CLOTHING
Galvanized Iron ltoofltiK nnd 1'ouco Wiro,
lortlniul Content (Whito'a),
Firo llricki, llluo Mottled Bonp,
Host Wololt Stoam Coal,
GulvnnlzcU Iron Wnru, Saddlery,
3 pair Mirrlces, 'Unit Watson's Ccntri'np,ttl.
"Wines, Liquors, ttc. Vc. A.o.
Received per LIZZIE IREDALE
UIIK IN mX'KMIIKH,
60 Tons ltullroud Iron, T Hull,
Hoolluj,' Slates, Ac. Ac.
THEO. II. DAVIK8.
The Germania Market
HAN IIEKN 'rilOKIIIKslI.Y HKNOVATCO.
and Is now constantly In receipt or tho best of
UKKF, MUTTON, VEAL AND LAX1I,
From Choicest Herds.
Pork Sausage. , lloUvnas, Head Cheese, Herman
Kausaees, Ac, always hand, aa also tho best of Poultry
Our Jliatsarnnll cut and put up In Eastern style. All
onlers faithfully atleuded lo, and delivered m any part
ol tho city.
t-tim HAUPPJL BOHttADEK, Proprietors.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention to
mror ici: m iii:ki:iiy ijivkm that vvu.
1 suaul Ina Power of bale contained In a certain
inoiWi.'O deed, dated the
rfaj deed, dated the win liar or December, tH7V,
id. bv Keimi) (l) of Houokas. lllstrlct of llamakua.
made by Keamo (k) of Houokas, lllstrlct of llamakua,
In Lba Islaud of llsv.aH, to b, Alkanak of tlm samo
place, of record In the otUce ot III. Uvglstrar of Convey.
iincps, iu nueroaou pases 10 unu ii.auu ror aoreacn or
llio coudlltona In said mortgage deed coalalntd, that
all and singular th lands, tenements, hereditaments
and property In said morUase deed contained and de
scribed will, after the tlmo limltid by law, bs sold at
public, auction on account uf Iho breach of the. condi
tions of said lnorltragedeid. Tbo real property In said
mortgage deed described being situate at Koluaba, lla
makua, Island o( Hawaii. aud containing an area of Wi
acres; and lint Personal property therein mentioned
bi-liiL' 4 pairs of wnrkluz oxen, 3 horses, brokeu to
sadqltf, aim 0 mares, ail uranuru
W. B. KAIIAOI.KII00KANO,
Adnilnlstratorof tho Kslato of H. Alkanaka, deceased.
Ucca Uaowx, Attorney for Mortpsee.
Dated Honolulu, February 8. lwf. SI 41
O. F. WARD,
tLM MEBCHANT AN 77 4I'RE1
tjfc or at Ward's Dray Stand, otfura for sa
FireWood, Charcoal, Silt ant White Saad,
la Qatntitlci to Salt.
NI.MI, I I JtlANatllt
C. BREWER & CO.
OjBtor tlbLO Oargo
01' TIIK AMKniCAN
BARK EDWARD MAY,"
(Ilnei from Iloslon about the middle nf March,)
CONHISTINO IN PAUT AH FOM.OWHt
Hfonm,(Jiiiniorliunl nml Slovo Conl,
Kcroscno Oil, "Electric" Brand.
Kcroneno Oil, " Brewer1 Beit," 160 Tent.
CJ it, j 1 1ST. n i; -. Ii c s ,
Kantrrn Pino Iltrrrl BtirmltH,
On rit "Coj)irr-tlpiicil," Ilcniii,
l'iteli, Tnr, Kirn Clny, I'limtor l'nrln,
Icu ItofriKcrntorn vnrioiiH hIoh,
BARRELS EXTRA MESS BEEF,
Pick nml A jo Ilnmlton,
MULE CARTS, Heavy nnd Light,
''nnncrn' Itollarn, for I'lnlitiitloti una ;
.Alt (iivrilco (if Cut N'n I In, imifoituil ;
Aiiivh HIiovcIh, lliitil'n Axuh nnd llotchcln.
A 1VHU, PtlXrXTKIs
Stock of Choice Groceries :
P,owiR' Tomntocs, Cnc Sniinnj;o Mcnt,
CJrocti Corn, Siicctitiisli,
(ilturkitin, 1 unit 'x gull.
lloHton ll.tkcd HcatiH, Corn Stnrcli,
Tomato nnd Block Turtle Soup,
Snttdwtcli Until nnd Totiuo,
Irioh Sluw, liiirricnt of Mutton,
Slowed CiiIvch' Head, D.tiry Salt,
Qr UnrrelB Family Pork.
C.'Ibcb Lard, ! II) linn, full tvcigltt,
Boston Crushed Sugar.
FAIRBANKS' I'LATFORSL SCALES
Iron SafcR, Yollow Metal mid Nails,
Mnnila Cortlngo, Now Ilodford makoj
AVIiitowcod, Slittcs, Itoxcndnlo Cement.
An Invoice of Carriages,
COMPItlSINO HOMK OP
IHclo Xicttost Stylos
A.VII IIP MOTKII .tl AMJt'AirrUnKll.H.
Baskot Phaetons. Cabriolets.
Sugar and Coal Rags,
The nboro Ooods will be offered for sale to arrive
UPON REASONABLE TERMS.
C. nhEWKB Sir '.
CHRISTMAS HAS COME
AND SO HAS OUIt, FALL
STOCK OF GOODS,
JtiHt como to lmnd by tho
Amy Turner, Mohican, and Eureka.
Besides our usual full assortment of merchandise, we
would call attention to the following Items:
OIL! OIL! OIL!
The standard brands, Noonday and Doh ncr's, fresh
from tho Henneries. The Noonday OH Is of hlrh tot
nnd Is now considered 'III. Jlt-ST Jr'AJllI.I' Mil,
to 1m had In the niurkct.
LAW) OIL in cakcr nnd in barrels,
LUIIUICATING OILS-Low Priced-Castor Oil,
NiiatH Foot Oil, Cylinder Oil, Cheap Japan for
Smokestack nml iron work;.
Hall's Steel Plows,
A full line from No. B to JJo. 14. 1th extra Shares and
Handles. A full car load uirtct from ilollnc.
Hall's Hickory Trash Forks,
A new article, mode for turning trash. Tltaso
order sumplea to try.
Hall's Cano Planters or Coverers,
A new tool for covering cano seed after being
placed in the furrow; with It one man
can do the work of three.
DlsHton's Saws, Files, Cano Knlies & Tools,
Ilarstow Kioto Company's Celebrated
Stoves. Banges and Cabooses,
Farmers' Caldrons, assorted.
STUB Fine Machinist's Tools,
Seinu Twine nnd Fish Lines.
Hubbuck's Faints and Oils
Masury'a Colors In tin", for Houso or Coach Painting,
acknowledged by all good painters to be the lltit Jlailt.
Witter Filters, Ico Croatu Freezers, llefrigorntors,
llydntulio .lucks, Uf tinu 7 tons 24 inches, liur
slick's Fodder Cutters, Nails of every description,
Ijook's of ever' description, AuioskenK Dnnims,
liy tho balo or piece j AmoskoaR Ticking, by the
rOWDEIl Blasting, Uiant nnd Horcnles, Sport
1'owdor from ii to U& lb. this. Giant 1'ovtik-r and
All for sale cheap by
E.O. HALL & SON,
IT Corner KIuksssmI l'ort Nlrrclau
et xv allau
TELEPHONE COMPACT !
IMCOKaMIRATKl DEC. 30, ISttO.
II. A. WIDKMANN.
h. o. wii.nuit
C. O. liEHUKIt,
mmri; AitK mow I'HKI'aki:!! to nkmoh
v w feu. mi urn I'liunii ii'i iinin iu,'u. iiitt.buiii
plete. outfits of Telephonic Instruments of tho latest
pattern , Incliidlnt? the celebrated ' lllake Transmitter,'
W will also furnish estlmatea tn erect private Tele-
iihonlc lines ou the other Islands, For pan
nnlvtn tl. (). II K IK1K It
M 6m Bec'y Hawaiian Hi II Teleplion. Co,
SCHOOL OF COOKERY RESTAURANT,
Richard Strtvavt, between Merchant mui
lloaril II per week, with fresh eggs each mornlnc.
For Wale Freah Egs. Chlckeus dressed, or aa re
quired, ileef Tea, and boup, at all hours.
IV J I Jf call TlcaieU-el.OO.
4 3m ALFHBO II. IIOUOIlTOy. rroprlretor.
T TIIK AXSl'AI. MKirriNU OF THE
Kobal Hogar company, nem ai me oance nr
i .t L'ooka on Thursdav. the Srd Inst., tho follow-
Iu? offlcrs wrru chosen for the tnsulnz yeart
lion. J. Mott Smith.. President.
Haiu'l 0, Allen , Vice-President.
Hon. bam'l N. Uastle.,.., Treasurer.
J. H. Athirtwn .UecreUry.
CM. Cooks Auditor.
J, II. ATIIKUTON, Herniary K. H. CO.
OFFICE FOK UY.SU
THE NEW MASONIC
X Balldlng.MMtrMiitMMdrarUU. Apphr u
FhUlIlUMlV 20, 1881.
HnslnMs Ar;nnl'a Notice,
All adrertlsrmrnla for the P-stummr I'nr.ss mntb)
sent In by I'rldsy noon No Insertions for Ihecnrrent
Issue ran be irtiaranleeil when sent In later
AiWertlsers will mark the nnmber of Insertion de
sired, from whlf h date they charge. Any nut so marked
nlll In) charged it months
TIIOH. O. TIIHI'M. Ilnslness Accnt.
TOPICS OFTHE DAY.
I.vnitY paper linn lilogrnpltidnl nolicci rnoro
or leu, rxtennlvo of Mrs. .1. W. Crom, lictler
known liy Iter now fo plume of (Icorgo llllot.
I.onii IlrtACOMipfp.Mi, thonnthor of'T'mly
mlon " linn rrcclvcd no lca llian 1.10 proponala;
to trntmlnle liln lnnt novel into French, Tho
ntory id oxcltlng groat interest on tho Ktiropcatt
'.'Hawaii, or llio ltiirnlng Oitlf," in llio
Clirintmnn novolty nt llio Allinmlira Theatre,
London. " 1I.M.S. Pinnforo" nnd tho "Pi'rntes
of Pcnzancp," by tho Bttno author", hold tltnir
own nt tho Theatro Comiquo.
CoNaiur.nAiiu: nnxlcty wart manifeitcd in
Victoria, V. I,, recently ovor tho nou-nrrival
nf tho Rtcanier Jhikoln, which had on hoard a
largo number of pa.cngcr, nnd nil hope of
her Bafcty had been given up, when n tele
gram arrived from Han Frnnciajuo, Baying thnt
bIio had broken her propeller Bitaft at noa nnd
waB towed into that port titular sail.
Is ntiglinli to bo tho unlvcrs.nl langingo of
tho futuro? During tho courso of tho prcBcnt
century, the BpcakorB of KngliBb havo In
creased f i oni twenty tn ninoty mllllnnn, of
HtiBsinn, front thirty millions to Bixty-thrrr, i
ol (lennaii, iroin llilrty-otglit lo Bfxty.Bix
uiilWons, npauisli, tlilrty-two to lorty-fonr,
Itnlian, eighteen to thirty, Portuguese, eight
to thirteen, or in other words, Kngllslt nponk
ern hnvo iucronncd .110 per cent,, itusalan 110,
(Jorman 70, Spanish 30. French has spread
in tlio Ramo 1 1 m n from thirty-four to forty-six
millloiiH, or 30 per cent. "Public Oj)lnlon."
Titr. movement for tho establishment of a
co-opcratlvo sloro in Honolulu, which was
mooted norno tinto ngo is now nbout to nsstitno
a tangible shapo. A number of our rcflidptitB
nro interested in it nnd it has been determined
to call a meeting booh for tho purpose of choos
ing officers for securing a charter for tho As
sociation, nnd for its nubscrpicnt management.
It has been suggested that tho shares soil for
$5 and that ono porson bo not allowed to hold
moro thnn 10 shares, thus preventing n
monpoly. Co-opcrtitlvo Btorot nro cnminon iu
Knginnd nnd in somo of tho States, and thcro
scans to bo a good field for ono in Honolulu.
On tho nrrivol of tho Ida McKay, Messrs.
Hackfold & Co. of this city, recoived a brief
tslcgr.tin roporting tho total loss of their bark
Hwndcl which sailed from Ilrcrncti iu August
last. A letter from tho captain of tho bark
has been ainco received tinted Port Stanloy
28th Novctnbor. It seems that the ship took
firo in tho neighborhood of tho Fnlkland
Islands and wan Huceessfully taken in to l'ort
Stanloy, but ho thoroughly on firo that not
withstanding every exertion inado and ovory
dovico resorted to, tho ship was completely
burnt out nnd tho cargo totally destroyed.
Somo few ilcmB of tho cargo which woro got
at woro bo damaged as to ho worthless. Tho
crow of!il tnett woro nil Raved and nro on
thoir way back to Kuropo via Monto Video;
tho passengers 1 in number aro on thoro way
hither via Valparaiso. No suggestion an to
tho origin of tho firo lias been made, nnd no
tonnblo theory scorns to bo nt hand. Tho
bronzo statue of Katnchamcha I. was on board
and wo must now wnit for n replica. Tho
statue wo bclicvo was very heavily insnrcd,
and tho duplicate need not cost na nincb an
tho original, an tho designs, working-drawings
and patterns are almost certainly nvuila
blo for reproduction. II tho much criticised
sandal s bo not exactly of tho genuine Ha
waiian typo it Boctns to ua a matter ofvory
littlo importance In tho hrst placo they will
never bo seen after tho statuo is on its pedes
tal, and secondly thcro is nothing nbeurd or
otrfre about them; still if tho Committee wish
them to bo altered they havo now tho oppor
tunity fordoing so.
NOTES OP THE WEEK.
Work on tho Lnnnliio home is being pnslted for
ward. TnK sailing of tho Liktlikt has been postponed
to March 8th.
Labor quantities of sngar nro arriving from tho
A laiior bnilding has lx.cn erected on tho rcof
for tho quarantined Chinose.
Seven schooners sailed out of tho harbor last
Tuesday evening for island (Krts.
The steam road roller was at work on Nnaanu
street Wednesday nnd T'hursdny.
We understand that tho Chinese- residents of
Honolulu nro to hnvo n club houso.
The 7iua left for tho circnlt of Hawaii in tbo
placa of tho Liktlike last Wednesday.
Mn. It. W. Laine has been appointed Consul for
tho Mexican Government at Honolulu.
Last Tuesday, tho --J lust, was Washington's
birthday, A f uw American flags wcro displayed in
The Liktlike is having a thorough overhanling
nt tho hands of tho curponterts aud is being re
painted. A numbkii of tho quarantined Chinese from the
steamer Arte Foo havo broken out with the small
pox during tho week.
The newly appointed French Commissioner who
was expected by tho Cihi of Sydnty did not arrive,
nnd Mons. Itatnrd remains in charge.
The Ci'fy of Siduty on her last passago from
hero to San r rnucisco made tho trip in nine days,
notwithstanding tbo accident to her crank pin.
Mn. D. A. MoKimlki. tho recently nppoinUd
American Consul, and his wifo nnd daughter,
arrived by tho C'fy of Sydney last Wednesday.
The bark llermiiie has been discharged from
quarantine nnd tho Chinese- that arrived by her
aro being Bhippud for plantations on the other
Fabsenoeh trnfno between the other islands of
tho group has lieen stopped or the present, owing
to tho small-pox having appeared on Kauai and
The 1. M. S. 8. City of Sydney arrived here
front tho Coast on Wednesday, thn ISIrd, four days
behind time. She left Salt Francisco an tho 15th
and brought a very large mail.
It is said that somo of the residents of other
Islands that are iu voluntary quarantine hero In
Honolulu havo to employ n watchman at their
own expense, while others aro quarantined on
their word of honor.
The libel cano against tho Sepllmn was heard
yesterday before Justice MoCully. Ho dismissed
tho libel. Mr. Davidson appeared on behalf of
tho Attorney-General aU interim, aud Mr. Uartwell
for the respondent.
8ais the 8. F. iltrthant of February llthi "The
domestic exports through the San Francisco
Custom IIoujmi to our leading markets were in
January last iui follows t To Mexico, $17USit
to Honolulu, $lSt,7U)nd to Central America,
Thva Qovernment assumed a grave xasponsibility
in arresting tbo Sepllma. Though iu quarantine,
the vessel in by her charter-party on demurrage nt
the rate of f20O per day. She was seized on
Wednesday and liberated on Friday. Bather an
eitwnslve method of inquiring Into the wording of
Tin Untitle comments upon the placing of bar.
tiers across tho roads where repairs are being ef
fected and suggests a remedy for the inconvenience
caused thereby. In all well-regulated towns, pub
lic notice' is invariably given when repairs aro be
ing effected, nnd that carriage traffio will be u
peudeU la the cUstriot named for a stated period.
CoMfLAiXT has been made about the nnmber of
dead doga and eats in the streets induT ereat parts
of town. We have notled a few. bat a aotinastioa
of the proper authorities Invariably seenres their
immediate reaoval. Nona of them will be allowed
to lie around until the steaeh beronm -fiBiiTl. If
their whswabcHUa he rsKte k .
Awoso Uinnrrirnls by (ho City of Sydney last
Tuesday, was Mr. D.M. Wrstnn.who returns after
an nlwnrw of nearly twenty yiars. Old residents
will rempmlier him ns tlm founder of tho first
foundry erected In Honolulu.
A well is now lif Ing lorcd by tho Oorcrnmrnl In
Mnklkl valley, Jnst rnnnVa nf tlio Maklkl rraorrnlr,
bi Increasn thn wntor snirply. Thn well Is down PO
feet anil thn liorlng aptnratns Is thn heaviest and
niost njmplelo of any that has leen In nso on tho
A nuMnrn nf vfipo now In Honnlnln whoo
homes nrn on thn other Islands, aro taking nilvan
Jngoof thn rrgulallriti of lltn Hoard of Health, al
hiwlng them ti undergo a voluntary quarantine
for a given lime, at tho eiiiratlon of which, If
they show no Indlratlon of having Bmall-iox, they
nro nlloweil lo leiart.
IitBT Mmiday thn largo liumtxir of twenty-five
rases of mnall-ixix werti rppurirtl. A nntnlicr of
theso wrrnln house that were in quarantine Hail
theso victims not l en confined nnd lireii nllowrd
hi mix with others lWnrn thn dlsonso showed Itself
Ihn number would most likely havo been douhla
whtt It was.
The three-masted schooner ldn Meh'ay nnd tho
harkentlnn June A. I'alklnhury Imlh sallml from
Htn 1'ranelnmi oil Iho sninti day, nnd a largo msll
was placed on Imartl tho latter vessel. Tho Mr
Kmi arrived hern on tho KM and tho 'nlkinlniri.
with thn mall, did not get In until tlm nvening of
thn VI,nliouttwr'lvn hours after tho arrival of tho
steamer City of Sydney,
The following is tho programme for tho Hand
rnnrerl nt llinina Square, this afternoon, at 4
Overture -Tllns, fnew) Mnrart
tlrand Hsered March, (new)... .... ....... ..... Hopkins
Unit -Piimnnla WKldlenfrj
Selection Iriiiibadoiir Verdi
Polka The Country Fellow,...,, ,. , Faust
Vocal 0.1 lop-Polo,... Martin
Anna broke out on Thursday night, or moro
properly on Friday morning, lit nn ontsldo cottngn
nt Mr. K. 1', Adams', in Kntianu Avenue. 'J he
neighbors rushed to tho rescue nnd tho flrn wns
confined by their cfTorls to tho building wbenco It
slnrled from, 'iho lllshoti nnd his IjoyB worked
heartily, and thn mischief was confined to n smalt
area. Iho fire watchers, or whatever may bo their
lltle, kntw nothing of It.
Tho rehearsals of thehoautlfuloriorattal'innforo
nro progressing favorably, and as each succed
ing meeting shows moro proficiency iu tho music
wo nro led to expect a grand success nt its publlo
performance. The cast as nt present arranged, is
considered tho best obtainable from our very
elllcient coriw of nmnteurs. On last Tuesday even
ing tho number of slngtrs present wns forty-three,
which, in addition U the number incapacitated hy
illness, iiiakis tho total nearly fifty, r. larger
chorus than presented I'itinforo in San Trancisco
during its successful run of six months.
Art accident, nttended by an almost miraculous
escajm from sovcro Injury, occurred on Tuesday
last, and resulted from careless driving. A Indy
was tho victim nnd wns also tho driver of tho vehi
cle. In rounding Richardson's corner, tho wheel
collided with tho corner post that supports tho
vcraiidnh, which caused her to bo thrown head
foremost out of her seat, between tho shnfts and
in ronr of tho horse. Fortunately, the animal was
not a kicker, and did not move. Speedy help en
abled the lady to bo removed from her dangerous
nnd ludirniusiiosition, nnd onco more to ho placed
onherfc-L hho expressed feeling no BOnso of in
jury beyond tho effects of tho shock.
The new brick bnilding erected on Fort street
by Lowe r and Dickson, Is ono of tho finest that
has ct been built iu Honolulu. Tho length of
llio building is 00 feet nnd it has a fronting on
Fort afreet of .'10 feet. Both stories nro twelve feet
in higlit; tho upper ono Isnsed for Btoring materi
al, ami an elevator for moving goods runs from
tho cs-Jlar which is seven feet in the clear, and
used al?o for storing to tho second story. The
nrrnngj'mentB on tho ground floor nro In tho most
convenient form. The walls of tho building to tho
second story nro 17 inches thick nnd abovu that
have n thickness of 12 inches. All of tho iron
work doors, grating, Ac., wns mado at the
Honolulu Iron works, aud is equal to any im
ported from nbroad.
We havo had a most savago communication
from Merchant street on tho subject of tho right
of builders to block np streets iu fmsy mercantile
parts of tho city. Wo agree with the complainant
and think it i' not, or nt all events 0117if not to bo
allowed, thnt any ono nltoring a building or rais
ing n new one, should bo allowed tho uso of tho
whole footwny nnd One-third of the trnfucway. At
tho present moment one-third of Fort street, in its
narrowest nnd bnsiest part, is covered with build
ing material. A enrponter'o liench wns in full
action opposito Dickson's on Thursday in Fort
street. Empty barrels and superfluous sand blocked
tho way in Merchant street throughout tho wcok.
Why cannot citizens when building consider tho
necessities of their fellow-citizens and so deposit
their building material that it rnnv offer tho least
possiblo dotriment to tho local t radio.
List of small-pox cases sinco Saturday last:
Feb. 0tb Kapnlauhulu, k., Kalili, w Nahinu, w.,
Kenwenmahi, k., Makuahine. w., Knhuahine, k.,
l'alnkiko, boy, Nnkao, k., Kikia, girl, Lohia, boy,
Kciwcknue, w. Feb. L'lst Kihci, k., Kalabukiai,
w.j Maleka, girl, Kahalcmaunn k., Knmninui, k.,
Aihoo, Kahuna, w., Mele, w.. Knhukann, Holoun,
Wikaui, w., Mahalopiha, girl, Kohuole, w., Aala
nuinu, w., Aiknmnnu, girl, l'aiinu, w., Keliinni,
boy, Kokii, k., Knmaina, k., Kuhia, boy, Knleka,
f;irl, Ixiweoki, boy, Nawai, w., Kaliko, baby, l'a
upu, w., Wahinciknili, w., Kelupnlnn, w., Malm
kona, k. Feb. li'Jd l'ahu, k., Xxike, w., Marian,
baby, Mnikai, w Lilia, w., Filali, k., Oeoro l'io,
k. Feb. 23d J Kanui, k., Mau, w., Kaimnua, k.,
Kalua, w., Kale, girl, Mahoe, w., Holualoa, k.,
Alary, w., Ka-u, w Kuha, w., Kapcka, w., Moa,k.
Tho list of cases at tho Station Houso was not
complete last ovening and we cannot give the fall
number of cases.
The following we take from the Boston Ad
tertiter of Jnnunry 28th. "A'shipment of cattle of
tho Black Foiled Angus brcod has arrived in Bos
ton from the city of Glasgow. The nnimnls aro
tho property of Messrs. J. I. Dowsctt aud II. A.
Ferguson of Honolulu, Sandwich Islands, nnd nre
in chargo of Iho latter gentleman. Considerable
interest has bcin manifested in stock circles about
this breed of cattle, and numerous dealers and
raisers have availed thoinsclvcH of tho opportunity
of seeing these fine sjieciiueus. Tlio marked
characteristics of these animals aro absence of
horns, jet blacknessof their coats and straigbtness
of thoir backs. They are good milkers, the quality
of their beef is excellent nnd they attain maturity
very quickly. Tho wholo lot is In a wonderfully
good condition." Sinco nrnving in Boston theso
uittlo have been ordered to bo quarantined for a
period of ninety dnjs, and in consequence of tho
dotontion will not arrive hero before June next.
Following is tho record of Folico Court jiro-J
ceedings fur the past week : Lewis Dern, assault
and battery on his wife, noWe proeenui entered by
prosecution, joun nniawaia rtamaiu, assault ana
battery 011 Yip Luen, found guilty and each fined
$6 aud $3 30 costs. Wong With, charged with vio
lating tho statutes by cooking in a dangerous
place, was found goilty and filled $25 nnd L30
costs, and wns given twelvo hours to remove his
fire-place. Kim Voting, samo chargo and penalty
ns above. Oh Him and Teen Yan, furious riding,
both found guilty antl fined $15 and tl.30 costs.
Fannui, k., drunkenness, forfeited & ball. IIoo
kano, w., an insano person ; Court decided that
sho was not a fit subject for tho insane asylum and
ordered her discharge from custody, Tom Shan
non, drunkenness, forfeited $Q bail. A. McDon
ald and Bismarck, affray, both pleaded guilty and
were each fined $3 ami 3 costs. Joe, fast driv
ing, forfeited 10 bail. Ah Yan, charged with
having opium in his possession, was found not
guilty and discharged. Kamauli, violating quar
antine regulations, pleaded guilty aud was fined
' nnd f I costs. Louo, k., drunkenness, forfeited
4U bail. Weuweu, assault and battery on his
wife, Kalaulwahine. and child, pleaded guilty and
won nned f 7 and (3 costs.
At a meeting of the Knpiolani Fork Association
held nt the Armory on Monday evening. February
21st, tho following officers were elected to serve
during tho ensuing year: Hon. A. S. Cloghorn,
President; Hon. 11. A. Wideraann, Vice-President;
II. Maofarlane. Secretary and Treasurer ; Direct
ors, His Kx., Minister of the Interior, it. Ushman,
J. Agnew, J. Hyman, F. A. rJchaefur, Hon. H. U.
Wilder, U. Lucas. Hon. A. S. Cleghorn spoke and
referred first, to the loss the Association had ex-
JMirieuoed by the death of its first President, Cspt.
union Makee, and afterwards proceeded to statisti
cal and general business matters. He said that
there are about twenty thousand trees growing,
mostly algarobaa, inga. Ac. In first stalling the
Park, the work was seriously hindered by a long
continued drought, bat the past year has given
good nourishing rains, nnd most of the trees are
doing well. In another yoar the tnauka or north
east sldo will bo well-shaded, nnd in another year
the mauka Avenue will, unforaeen accident apart,
bo shaded. There are five miles of carriage drive,
and one mile of race coarse, which latter especially
oaused a very considerable outlay, The Commit
tee report the buildings to be in good order, and
they have recently completed a boose for the la
borers, and are prepared to complete the fencing
of the farther ox south-east end of the Park, where
much trouble and loss has been experienced from
the tressu sine of louse stock, dtsstruvirm vouiu
trees Ac A pecuniary difficulty has also had to
bo met with and overcome until tbe recoct Legis
lature voted tSUJO. I n J uly the undertaking was in
debt, to a very ooualderable exteut. Labor prices
nave ueen very man one uoiiar a usy was ids
least that men could be not for, and at the latter
part of last year could not be bad for less than
1 1 60. Six men at f 16 a month are now engaged,
their housing is provided for them, and they
provision themselves, and it is hoped that ia the
coarse of next year the Park may be put is reason.
bly good order. The object of tbe Committee is
to promote the well-being not only ol the rasa)
course, but the drive and its spproaeM. W bops
they may b wiMilnsd in tfcstr stertot by afc
Hi tho report of tho Board nt llcftllh rcceivd
just ns wn arn going lo press, wo learn that tho
number nf emeu reported dltice Ull rcrott l3l
previous to that Hum Ml lolal IM. Nntnbfr tit
deaths since Inst report, 9) total t!t. I'lnrVd In
qnarnnllnn since- last retortat their residences
M, nt Koholola, 787 J nnmber In quarantine nt thla
It will lo seen by the appended score that U10
lieanlless lieal thn lieardrd at tho cricket mulch
lasl Hatnnlayj amongst lltn former .1. Murphy who
carried Ills bat onl for IU, matin tho most notnbln
snore. Of Ihp "rWtlnrs, " J. C. Strow headed Ihn
scorn with Ml nnd not out. A return match Is pro
mised for this nfternoon,
r. V Pnrvltb Ushman ?
O If. l.nre. Jr. ti l.t.htnsn .1
I l.jshman c Dnwsett b Perry,..., ,
F M. Hnansye Perry b Madman
J. .Mnlll.on e Mshman Ii Perry
II. M Whitney e II. Wndehon b Mhman
A Kills c Murphy b Mshman ., ..
t' Mearboroncac Jones b Mshman
'.0 Htrntr not out , 1 ,.,.,. ,.,..,....
F Ives b Mshman., .............. .......i
J. Torbert (subl li. w. b Perrr ......"
Ilyes ,,.,.,.,,, 1 ,,.,,.......... ..rl
st Mnrphy h J. Mahnsn
h Perrr ,,.,,,..
C. II wmlehons Ii Mshman .
t Perry b Mihruan
b Perry .,
Not nnt ..,.,
U, II. Freeth h Mshman
J, II, Wodehona" Jr. c Hwanry b Mshman. ........ 0
('. K.Perry ren on t.. ..........40
.1. Mnrphy not nut ,,,..... ,....'!
J. I.l.hmjn r Pnrvls b Whitney .........,..i..v...' 1
O, H. I'omle mn out 3
(1, A, Wodrhmissi roll nut M
.1. .M. Dowsi-tte Mshman b Whitney I
K. Jones b Whitney....,,.,,, ....,..., I
J, I.ycetl h Whitney. "
The animal meeting of tho American Helief
Fund was held on Tuesday evening last, tho KM
Inst. Tho society has assisted a number of needy
Americans during tho year nnd tho money cx
ponded is In orcess of the receipts, making It nec
essary to draw on tlio cash in hand, as the sub
Joined statement will show. Tlio present ofneers
wero re-elected for tho ensuing year! President,
Alex. 3. Cnrtwrlght ; Vice-President, Stiuttcl O.
Damon; Secretary nnd Treasurer, Charlex It.
Illshop 1 Belief Committee Jacob Drown, JoM-ph
M. Oat and Oeorgo W. Hutightnlllng. 1'iillowing
nro tho lifo rnemborH : E. Paysou Adams, .fames
W.Austin, Charles Brewor of Boston, Smitiel N.
Castlo, W. It. Castle, O. P. Castle, J. Jl. Cnstln,
Henry Cornwcll, Warren Ooodnle, It. 8. Hollister,
Alfred B. Uartwell, Ixircnzo Mnrchatit, F.S. l'rntt,
Michael Lewis, O. Auguctus Williams, Charles II,
Wctmore. M.D., SamncI O. Wilder, N. F. Hnyre,
John F. Smith, W. II. Cnmwrll. Annnnl mem
licrs 1 Joseph II. Atherton, Bolxtrt Ilrlggs, Clinrles
B. Bishop, A. W. Bush, Jacob Brown, llciij. I'.
Holies, William Balicock, Sercno llishop, O. O.
Clifford, Alex. J. Cartwrlght, II. A. P. Carter, B. I'.
Dillingham, Samuel C. Damon, W, It. Castlo.
Samuel M. Damon, Kdwnrd C. Damon, David
Dayton, Henry Dimond, John O. Domlnls, Thos.
It. Foster, Frank Godfrey, Chas. T. Oulick, Chas.
0. Harris, Edwin O. Hall, Win, W. Hall, Jns. A.
Hopper, Geo. W. Honghlalllng, Allan Herbert, J,
H. llnro. A. Francis Judd, C. II. J odd, Oeo. W, C.
Jones, P. Cnshinnn Jones, M. Loulsson, Jns. S.
I .onion, Thomas Lack, M. Mrlnerny, L. JlcCully,
K. C. McCnndlcss, William McCandlcss, J.M.Ont,
Jnmcs Olds, L. It. Patten, A. W. Peirce, W. 0.
Parke, John II. i'nty, Chas. K. Blchardson, A. li.
Spencer, A. W. Stllltnan, J. Mott Smith, H. Stan
getiwnld, Henry M. Whitney, BenJ. Whitney, W.
SI. Wilbur, O. C. Williams, J. H. Wilbur, W'm.
Snowdon, C. E. Williams, J. 8. Walker, V. W.
Everett, K. O. Oordon, John Tibbits. Statement
of tho Treasurer: lleetlpte To cash balance,
.ri70 0G ; from subscribers, 1MO1I ; from estnto No.
1117, 8L' m j ditto No. 122, fa CO: from frlcntls ot
No. 117, fTfl 10; Fourth of July Committee, 'JT, K;
A. 8. Uartwell, II. M., $100; W. II. Cornwall, 11.31.,
I. a. uoil.cil.n.Ji., ?l""l n,ii.winii;ii,u..ta
H) ; tjtal, $1 ,308 Cfi. ExixnditurenXSv cash :
Belief account (burial), No. Bit, f3S 7( ; ditto, No.
74, $28 2i ; amonut sent to Ban Francisco, Ho.
lit;, $GC 25; ditto, No. 117, 33 tt) ; ditto, No. Ill,
ditto, No. 120, f.20 ; ditto, No. 127, fW); ditto, No.
lin, 2Ti ; ditto, No. 112, f2Gi ditto, No. 113, $a);
relief No. 34, $1CS: ditto No. 103; ditto No. M,
2a; ditto No. 121, 8 25; ditto No. 114, $) 7r.;
ditto No. 123, 11 25; ditto No. 128, 13 50: ditto
No. 118, f3 1 ditto No. 125, $5 25; ditto No. 121!,
15 j ditto No. 101, f 13 ; Strangers' Friend Society,
5; J. H. Black, printing, 19 CO; balance, $563 GO;
total, flOH CO.
Place, of Worship.
HEAjtcit'sHxTiiEi Iter 8 C Eamcm, Chaplain, Kln
atreet. near the Hnllors Home. Preaching at 11 a m.
8eata free. Sabbath bchool before the mnrulnc; service,
l'raycr meetluir on Wednesday evenings at 'Vt o'clock.
KunT 8Tnrr.T Ciicncii Iter W Frear, Pator, corner
of Fort and lleretanla slreels., I'ri-achlni; on fcmndays
at 11 A 31 and 1 r x. bahbath bchool at 10 a k.
Ht ANrinxw'aOATiiKDrui .Knirllsh services! Itt Iter
tho Illshop of Honolulu and Iter Thos lllackburu, Ha
waiian servlcs: Iter Alex Mackintosh. G-'iO, Holy
Communion; U.30, Matins and .Sermon (Hawaiian); II,
Matins, Mtany and bcrmon (English); -1, Kvensonc
(Hawaiian); 7.30, Kvenson; and Hone (KiiBllshi.
Hymns (Knzlish), mornlui;: W, 316, ' Hi (part I);
Kawauiiao Ciiuiicii Iter II II Parker, Pastor, King
street, above the Palace. Service In llanallaii every
Hunday at It AX. 8abbath School at 10 jr. Kvciilne
services at "Vi o'clock, alternatlnc with Kanmaknplli,
lllstrlct meetlmjs In various chapeia st3;Wi-m. Prater
meeting every Wednesday at "K r
Kauxakai-ili Ciicncu Rer M Kuaea. Taitor, Hero
tanla street, near Nuusnu. Services In Hawaiian every
.Sunday at 1CJJ a x. Sabbath School at !IH A . Hven
Inn services at "M o'clock, alternating with Kawalahao
Prayer mcctlnB every Wednesday at i'A r x.
Koxak Cathouo Ciiuiicii- Under the charco of lit
Her Illshop Malzret, assisted by Iter Father Hermann;
Fort street, near lleretanla. Services every bunday at
10 a x and 2 r jc
A Chapter om -.lie InsuranceA Sncru
Trobably nothing shows the progress of the world In
social science during the last century more conclusively
than does the full development of tho principles and
practlco of life Insurance, lleforo tho regular mortality
at different ages bad been accurately asccrtslued, and In
connection with interest tables, mode life Insurance
almost ono of the exact sciences, the crude attempts In
that direction were apecnlatlve gambles, or what was
hardly better, a coutributlon-box schemu wlicra tbo
most generous and benevolent were tha losers and tho
sordid and seldsb tbe jislners ; those who paid lonjjr.t
belnj those who suffered at the Inevitable collapse It
Is Impossible to oyer estimate the good done by life In
surance daring the last century. The hundreds Uwu
hundreds of millions disbursed have saved cnunllca
families from separation widows from starvation and
orphans from live, of destitution and crime, and been a
lasting honor to the dead, who abowed their care for
their loved ones by the frugality and self denial that
left Its rich legacy. Of them It can be said, "Their
work, live after them."
Prominent among the Institutions of Hacrarnrnto,
and one that baa a moat excellent reputation for re
sponsibility and conservative management, not only at
home, but In all the Pacldc States and Territories, is
"The Puclnc Mutual Llfo Insurant:. Company of Cali
fornia," It was orcanlied in ItMT. At that time the
Pacific Coast waa Hooded with life Insurance ai;unclcs,
repreaenllng almost every company In Aineitea, most
of them strong and trustworthy, but somo of tlitni
speculative ana ephemiral. as proved by lubstquent
events. For many years California has been sbnnned
b Ufa companies. It was thouKbt In early days, that
the peculiar conditions of life on thl, coast weru unfa
vorable lo longevity: that tho privations and exposure,
tba fever of speculation, tbe fluctuations of fcutuue.lhn
absence of homes, the scarcity of the elevating element
of woman, all combined to make tba leaum of life, more
Jirccarlous than elsewhere In America. It la only about
ifteen years since the mauagera of Eastern companies
realised that circumstances had changed, and that Cal
Ifornla was in. naiurai nomeor neana ana a most iu.
vltlng Held for life Insurance, but when ther did, they
came as a tidal wave. It was the golden ag. fir sollelf-
ora, for to ask s mau to Insure was to rixtlvc his appli
cation. It Is estimated mat ror several yeara ine sum
of nearly If nnt quite two million, of dollar, weru innu-
ally withdrawn through agencies from this coast, to be
Invested ana eontroueo in io eastern mates, 11 was
at this tlm. that sums of tbu business men of Sat
Invested and controlled In the Kailern States,
rmi nn smw that thla di.ln from lb. State ahould and
could b. prevented ; that In thla State, where epidemic.
are unknown aud where capital could o InvesUd aa
Ksfplv snd mora Drofllablr
1 more proauoiy 11
ban In any other Stat. Iu
tha Union, wsa so opening for s soun
opening lor s sound, const
tiriiitentlv manaffvd Uf. InSUI
msnagwl Uf. Insurance association.
vv Itn loem o mins w. w. , uu 1
ntril DuiB lis career ot usefulness.
Wllh thtm to think was to set, snd tho Pulflc Mutual
Prominent among lis founder, were th energetic
and farseelug nun who Inaugurated, asd, la 1 pile of
ludlaercnce and opposition, successfully complied the
trans-continental railway. Th. Facile Mutual baa gvne
quietly on It. way. attacking no other companies and
fadlavrent to assaults, keeping Ita obligations and pay.
Ing Its losses. It has paid nearly on. million of dollara
In death losies. and another million to policyholder In
endowments, dividends, etc., to many Instance, these
payments representing Individual occaniulallona (hat
otherwise never would nav. existed. W. velar, lo say
that In th. sot distant f atnr., the radio Mutual will be
as Intimately associated wllh the city of Sacramcntu as
ar. lbs dr. and 111. Insurance companies ot Connecticut
with thd pleasant city of lUrUord, and w. tan assuro
our icodera that th. company to controlled bv the most
reliable buslntM men vlth.HUt., and II. soValr. con.
uucttd wllh economy ability sad Integrity. Auc. lite.
Omci or lscsucs Cossissmxau, 1
Has FsAxasto. uc 10, lho. (
Wn, n flttuU Mia..' Sectetan H. V. betmttmeul
Pac&e Jfsf.a Life Jmuraiu Company Osua Sim In
snswor to your tsvoeof this dsU. lutrulsctug Mr. Fuf
cle. Agent ou behalf of th. rsclie Mutual Life Insur
ance Ctuapasy, ol California, who la sbciet visiting the
Mandates Islauda lu th Interest vf It. Conpiiy, ask
ing th. condition ot th. Company. I tav to any fhat at
toe UatsaUsltxaaslnslloa mod. b aoe la Moiib but
ll was lu s sound sod solvent condition, with valid as
sets amoaatlor to (I.1T7, an, sad a sarplus as to
policy buhlM. ofUlLtM .
I will add that, being plia4 with lu condition snd
baalasH Biungsaatat. I kave takes est a poiky ol'to
saraac oa sty own lift la aall Ceasssy. T "'
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X 1st Issanst. CasTntvar.