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BY E. P. ADAMS.
RESIDENCE OF MISS CUSHING,
V, ellington Plate Nnuann Avenue
ON MONDAY, : : MAECH 7th,
At 10 o'clock A. M .villi be sold,
Cedar Bed Room Set,
Cojnplctci Hcdstrnd, llnrcnn. Vlilnd.
2 rhalrs, 1 ICoekcr, Towel Hack
PINE BED ROOM SET,
Hair Mattrcssi-s, Pillows, , ,...,,
.Mosquito Netting, Toilet Hell,
Ladles' Oak Davenport D k. Centre Table.
Hqnarp Table, Large Itocker.
Singer Sovrlntr Machine, In pf-rfcc'l order.
Lnrlnr Lump, Hook Hlielvcs,
Hlngle llltiiil nnil Mattresses, Hnrean,
Hunau Washstnnd, Cane Heal Chairs, Ac
II. I". ADAMH, Anct'r.
REGULAR GASH SALE
31 A II OIL 10,
At 10 A. M. ntNntr Itoom.
Heavy Donims, Brown
White Cottons, Print, Pea Jacket" and Coala,
Hllk Handkerchiefs, Clothing,
lllankets, Hhawlcs, Ac.
CaaoM Medium Broad,
Small Yellow Corn.
Sacks Brown Sugar.
K P. ADAMH, Anctr.
SATURDAY, : : MARCH 19th,
At 12 o'clock noon, at Bales Itoom, will lie aolil,
More or lea", of
LAHAINA SEED CANE !
Plantnl nbont 18 months since, situated
On the litnil of M. I'lko, Esq., Mm, Oahn.
Purchasers to cut and take same within thirty days
from dato of sale.
"x E. P. ADAM,?, Auctioneer,
Land on Maunakea St.
lly older nf fl. It.Dole.Ksq., Attorney for tho Kxecutora
cif tho will of Admiral William Iteynnlda, latent
Washington, 1). C, deceased.
MONDAY, : : : MAUCH 28th,
At 12 noon, nt Sales Itoom, I w 111 sell nt public
mitclon, that certain
Piece of Land
"With the llnllillngs Thereon,
On the Wnlklkl side nf
Maunakea St., Honolulu, Oahu.
Now occupied by Mr. Humphreys,
With a frontage, of about 2( feet and a depth of nbout
K. P. ADAMS, Auct'r
Dy Order of the Trustcea of the Estate of Lunalllo,
I WIM, SKI.I, AT rUHMO AUCTION,
ON MONDAY, MARCH 28tli, 1881,
AT 13 O'CLOCK NOON. AT SALESROOM,
That valuable pleco of Land with tbcRulldlngs thereon,
on the corner of Queen and Fort streets, Honolulu,
known as tho
Hudson Bay Premises,
Having a frontage of 1S1 feet on Fort street and li2 feet
on Queen street. Area, OHM! square fathoms. Title,
ApanaSnd of Royal Patent fjOUS.
This property Is situate In the center of tho business
portion of Honolulu, and presents an opportunity for
profitable Investment which Is rarely offered.
A House Lot at Kakaako,
HEAR FISHERMAN'S POINT,
Comprising ono-fourih of an acre and fronting on the
harbor. Title, Royal Patent 75S1; award, 817; npana, IS.
nu... imn.n Wm In Honolulu, on the inakal side of
King street next east or tho Alllolaul House. Title,
Award 217, Apoiia 7, Royal Patent WU5, Part 7.
ALSO. IN LAHAINA, MAUI.
Lot In Puako, Lahalna, Including an area or 5 square
rods. Title, Award MUM, Royal Patent WM, to l'olea,
deed from Kunaiie and Fupiika to l.uualllo, In liber !U,
'"'Lot kuoMiina Lot Nul, mostly kalo land. In Lahalna,
liiBludliiganareaof t acre and a aauaru tuda, with a
valuable water right beloiiglus thereto, lllle, Award
"llouso lot' known as Luaehu, In Lahalna. Including ail
area of 1 acre, S roods, and S7 situate roda, with build
Ingt thereon. Title, Aw aril to Lunalllo,
Plans aud further particulars can bu had by applica
tion to B. It. ROLE, Trustee; or
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS
FABTIES IN HOROLULTJ
Or other l'ru or the IsUnda,
CAN HAVK TIIKlll
Orders Filled at Lowest Rates
By application to Mr. B P. ADAMS, Queen 8txel, wh
ka our Uescr lull vClloue with Piksea.
OK IttHI AT THE STORE OF I. W. HOP?
Blaok Walnut Bedroom Sets,
KlMck WftlMt HUckaaia.
MUck Walaat DiaiM CUatrt,
Oak Cast Ckalll.
CcaaC U4tm Belt,
l p. mm, mix m m mmm nnm
BY BARTOW & TUCKER.
T SALES ROOM oTbARTOW ft TUCKER.
WEDXKSWAY, : : MAIM'H 0,
At 10 o'clock A M., will be told, anaaa'tof
Dry Goods and Clothing.
LOT OP FURNITURE.
Will be offered at 12 o'clock, a nice lot of
Consisting In partns follows!
Tina Peach Ilntter, Aptdc Dtitter, Assorted Jama,
Table and Pic Frnlts, llaked Maccnronf.
bologna Hatia(je. itna.liliiekrn.pnii ,iscHerci,
llottlea Pickles, Urnund Pepper and rngc,
Palls of I.nrd, Hugs Corn Meal, boxes 'lea, Cheese,
I!.icon, llsgs WIichI, Ilexes Candles,
Iloxea lid Yellow Hoai,21 bara In boxj Itoxes Tobacco
Hpanlsh Saddles, Ac, Ac
Itatli TiiIim, English & Mexican Saddle?, Ac.
ONE HORSE AND ONE CART.
11A1ITOW A TUCKEH, Auct'rs.
In pursuance of A Power of Hale contained In
Deed, dated March tlth. 1M1. made be.
Sanuiclii Kablniokn and A. J. Cortwtlght, and
recorded In Mlirr 4 pages 387 to 3N'J, n. H. llnrtrw is
Instructed to sell nt pnbllc auction, at his Sales Itoom,
ON SATL'HDAY, 9IA11CH 12, 1881,
AT 12 O'CLOCK, NOON,
All the Land described In Slid mortgage, being the
same d scribed In Iloyal Pali nt No. X-, Kulcnna No.
8I'Vi. For further particulars apply to
IIAUTOWA TtlOKI'.n, Aucfrs.
Or It. P. HlCKF-ttTux, Attorney for Mortgagee.
tJNDKItSKsNICI.) 1IAVK EN-
JL tered Into copartnerahtp for the transaction of a
Ueneral Auction una commission inisiness, unuer inc
firm name of llartow A Tucker, to dat; from March 1st,
ICTI. V. S. I1AHTOW,
811 J. (1. TUL'KKK.
;vi:'ttaj: piaxo, a noon
11A11TOW A TUCKEIt,
MULES AND HORSES.
oitnr.itN wim. rtr, nrvr.ivr.n nv
ie undersigned forthn purchase of Mules ami
Horses, and personal attention glen by a per
chasing the same according tn order given.
HAKTOW & TUCKEIt.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Yaliirthlc dh an liiYcstmcnt.
Hented to eooil tenants for n lone period. Hnlldlnus In
gooil repair and pleasantly located. Apply to
IlAltTOW A. TUCKEIt.
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
Kf.UH UV HOSTO.N POIIH, FOIt NAI.K II Y
A. W. HUSH.
fiAHTM OF IltiHTO.N I. Itl, Nl)lKniOB
y (naiuy, in mis, tor Mile ny
A. W. RUSH.
4iANttN ii"rnosn'i:i.i:iiitATi:i iiosrow
- Tomatoes, packed by Lewis llro;.,'J!i Hi tins, For
A. W. HUSH.
gAHTA OF IIONroX II IKCII IIKAKN, Direct
guaranteed fresh For Sale bj
. W. HUi
CAHFM OF IMrrr.I MKATN, FOR NAI.K 11V
A. W. HUSH.
CASKS OF IIONTON SAUNAOKJIKAT. Wilt
Saloby A. W. RUSH.
aTl ANKN OF TIIOSI
Tomato nnd Mock Turtle Soups, For Sale by
A. IV. ItUOIl.
4-1ANF.S NEW i:.JI.N!t;l.VMCHOWUKIt,
direct from Boston, For Sale by
A. W. RUSH.
Dahks of:ai.vi:v head,
Caso of Eastern Clams,
Cnsca of Lobsters
Cases (I rcen Corn .
All of which arc direct from Roston, and sold In ouantl-
ties to suit, by
BY THE LATEST ARRIVALS
FHO.1I NAN FKAX'ISCO
W35 1IAAT3 ECKni3W A TjAIIGE
addition to our former stock of Ship Chandlery,
Ship Stores, Provisions, Ac, Ac, which gives ua the
Greatest Assortment of Goods
Kept on these Islands, all ef which will be sold at the
Lowest Jlarkct Prices, as usual. Our friends and the
public generally are respectfully Invited to examine.
' a 818 HOLLES i CO.
PAINTS AND OILS.
TI.ANTIO I.KAIsIN PACKAUEN OF 3TO
Zinc White. Ilubhuck Lead
Rolled Paint Oil in bulk and In 5 gallon drums,
A full assortment fancy Color rutins.
RULLRS A CO.
1I7.FJ FROM I INCH
TU 3 IN'HF.fl. FOR
7 Sale by
1IOLLUS &, CO.
OF MZKS FROM
BOLLKS & CO.
thread to five Inch.
HEMP CORDAGE. AND BOLT UOPE,
A N AfWORTXKNT
OF NIZI.S from a i-a
U....... Ul.l. l.allln
.J m II1CI1 K " llltll. irU, S-jIUllJ U1II, DllAIIIKt , ",
nouscllne, Marline, Rounding, A.c.
2 818 ROLLES Jt CO.
J Inch to R Inch. Also,
1JLO0KS AND MAST HOOPS.
T11TI''T IMflM KTRAI'I'KI) IH.OCHfl
M Metallic Iron Strapped lllocki, Patent Rushing,
. a full assurtmeut uf sizes.
HOLLKS A. OO.
THE COLLEGE OF ST. LOUIS
COMMERCIAL & BUSINESS ACADEMY,
HONOLULU, OAHU, H. I.
rpillS INSTITUTION 1JKIXG KE-
JL mole fiuiu city allurements, Is au acknowledged
nileguard for morals for salubrity of climate, Is uurl
nlled. Tho buildings are lurgcaud commodious, while
the grounds aflord the pupils opportunities for tualth-
Unremitting attention will be given to tho Intellectual
ut murul culture uf the tmnlla. Non-Catholic liutills
will be free to attend tho religious exercises or not, c-
...lnllnL as their lmretits or l-uardlans mav desire
""'- . .. . . -..
Pupils aro rcceiveu ai any lime uuting nia year.
reduction will bo made from regular chargiu, except for
absence caused liy proiracieu nines
No Have of aliaeucv during tho scholastic year, except
ii.m vacation, or or ki
Each pupil must on entering obtain one suit of nnl
mn. uittrh wltti all other necessarv clotlilinr. Ac.. &c.
will be furnished al moderate cost by the College; but
none of these will be provided by the Collego uiilcsi by
Payments aro to be made quarterly, and Invariably
n it .orf tT miiv I
merclal; Latin, tlreck, French, Spanish, Ucruiau and
Italian aro taiignt.
Particular attention will bo paid to tho English Lan
guage In all Its branches. Literature, Piiru and Mtxtil
Matliematlcs, History, Urography, Chemistry aud Nat
ural Philosophy, c.
For Hoard, Lodging, Tuition and Washing, per
Vacation at College...
Music, vocal anu ins
instrumental, Drawing and Modem
La iieuaEea extras.
DAY PUPILS-Sinlor Class ,... IJ U)
Junior CUf...... 40 OU
The Scholastic Year consists of two Sessions, each
comprising a period of tho months. The Orst session
couiineiicvs on thoSUlhof Auguiti the second ou the
fltnh of January.
For all and further particulars, applyto
REV, W. J. LAHKIN. Pre.ldent.
No. 73 Ueretanla sl.
EycuIhi? Sckool UeuariwrBt or St. Louis
The President has decided to Include this branch tn
the rvrrirvfuui of the College,
lis object t to afford all cljisn of the community the
means of acquiring a theoretical and practical knowl
edge uf all commercial and business transactions la
dally use; and also to give an Insight into th working
and application of the different Trde, which It Is so
.ntl.l tn An tn thr.a lslAlld..
The ' neoretical uranco win im snaer ine supervision
nt the President aud Professor of tha College, The
Practical and most Important Ilranck will b specially
atteuded to by volunteer from the various master arti
sans among us. who have kindly and tenuously prom
ised their service to lhlufulaud valuable enterprise.
They wlll alternately, devote bait an hour each even
ing to the task of Importing knowledge to the studeuU.
All lb Implement necessary to each trade, aud to Ag
riculture, will U) (urnlti4 by lh Collicv.
Kacb mastersrlUau, while connected with the Col
le, will b eatllM lo name oue KreUfo-ScUoUr.tlp
to the urlvlllgis of Ibis Ivclg ackoal Department.
TK Uk-iii rtiUot tr , a ct. toe kvcalog
BckooJwlUiTo'lip.l. 8 H
TOR SAN 1WA1MOISCO.
THE NF.W CLItTKfl I1AUKENTINK,
g& W. H. DIMOND
juc llolDLETT, Master, -.
Will have Quick Dispatch for theabove Port
Tor Freight or passage, apply to
8I2 WM CI IKWI.V A CO., Agents.
rOli SAN FRANCISCO.
The l'avorlte American nark
D. C. MUltKAYa
&$S&ir r. O, HAVENS, Master,
Will have quick dispatch for above port.
Tor freight or postage, apply
811 27 IVT. I.ENEIIAN A CO.. Agents.
BOSTON LINE OF PACKETS
THE FINK Al HAHK
xvrj- WIM. l.t'.AYI-.IIOMrilXIXTIIIMI.IXF.
T?Vfrom May IRth to Jane 1st next. Orders for
tWtfr (Joods liy this vcscl should leave here on or be-
lore April utn, for inrintr particulars apply in
It A CO.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAWSHIP COMPAKY
For San Francisco.
Tin; m'i.i;miii nti:a3iniih
CITY of NBW YORK
.ST, UI'ltY. 'nniiin:iilrr.
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about Monday, March 14.
FOR SYDNEY VIAATJCKL AND !
Tin: hpi.kmhii NTF.A.nsiiir
On or about Saturday, March 19
For Frc'ght and Passage, apply to
Ml .In. II. 1IACICFKI.I) A (O., Ageuts.
(limit lor Shipment Iter Ntcnincr rail nw
Up Storr.l, Free nl C'hnrKV. In the Flrtirool
WareKume nrsr the Wtcninrr Wlinrf.
From Honolulu to Hilo Direct.
The A 1 Clipper Schooner,
3L " M A JL OLO," 2L
Will tall from Honolulu to Hilo direct, nifd will call at
Intermediate Ports on the return trip.
For Freight or Passage, apply to the Taptaln on board,
t 831 or A. FRANK COOKE, Agent.
A. FRANK COOKE
AOENT FOR THE FOLLOWING COASTERS;
"Wnilolo, j3 Mnlolo
Waiehn, r?ftVl 'Walmalu,
Oen. Siegel gS Kalnna,
FLAO Red with While Rail. Office-Corner of Queen
nnd Nuuanu Streets.
PUNTERS' LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO
C. Browor Sl Co. Agents.
Merchandise received Morn ire Free
and liberal cash adancca mada on shipments byth
C. HREWEK A. CO.
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
IR C. Brewer & Co. Agents.
Favorable arrangements can always beS
made for storage and shipment of Oil, Hone. Wool,
Hldcxand other Merchandise to New lledford. Roston,
New York and other Rastern Torts, rsyCash ndvanres
,811 ly u. llilKYVKK te. uu.
CHRISTMAS HAS COME
AND SO HAS OUR FALL
STOCK OF GOODS,
Jnst como to hand by tho
Amy Turner, Mohican, and Eureka.
Resides our usual full assortment of merchandise, wo
would call attention to the following Items:
OIL! OIL! OIL!
The standard brands. Noonday and Downer's, fresh
from the Rctlner'.i s. The Noonday Oil Is of hlch tcrt
nnd Is now considered IIIK IIt.tv'1' FAMIlA' Oil.
to bo had In the market.
LAUD OIL in cases and in barrels,
LTJUKIOATING OILS-Low rriced-Castor Oil,
Ncnts Foot Oil, Cylinder Oil, Cheap Japan for
Smokestack and Iron vork .
Hall's Steel Flows,
A full lino from No. 5 to No. 14, with extra Shares and
Handles. A full car load direct from Mollnc.
Hairs Hickory Trash Forks.
A new article, made for turning trash. Plcaso
order i.amplcs to try.
Hall's Cane Planters or Coverers,
A new tool for covering cane seed after being
placed In the furrow; with It one man
can do the work of three.
IMsston's Saws, Tiles, Cane Knlres & Tools,
Rarstow Stove Company's Celebrated
Stoves, Ranges and Cabooses,
Farmers' Caldrons, assorted.
STUB Fine Machinist's Tools,
PACKING All Sizes.
Seine Twine nnd Fiah Lines.
Hubbuck's Paints and Oils
ry's Colors In tins, f"r House or Coach Painting,
vledged by nil good painters to be the lift Made.
Water Filters, Ico Crcnm Freezers, lto frifiera tors,
Hydraulic Jiicks, llftin 7 ton 24 inches. Bur
dick's Fodder Cotters, Nnils of every description,
Lock's of eery description, Amoskene Denims,
by tho bale or pioce ; Araoskcau Ticking, by the
VOWDKK Blasting, Olnnt nnd Hercules, Sport
Powder from )i to 3a lb. tins, Giant l'owdur and
All for sale cheap by
E. O.HALL & SON,
17 Corner Mine and Fort MtrMU.
TO PLANTERS AND OTHERS
I HUa TO NOTIFY
Planters and the Public
THAT I AM PREPARTED TO
FURNISH PLANS AND ESTIMATES
Steam Portable Tramways,
With or without Car and Locomotive,
Specially adapted for Sugar riautatlons 1
Steam Ploughing and Cultivating Machinery,
Traction Kngines and ltoad Locomotives,
Locomotives for any Range of Hallway,
l'ortnble Engines for all puriKwes,
Winding Kngines for Inclines.
MESSRS. JNO. rOWLER CO
Of Leeds, England, whom I represent, havo supplltd
Portable ltallw ays tor Sugar Plantations In Cuta, '1 rlul-
Ut duku j i.ui.ltvii. im vwi.-, iiui-
and Mexico, for all of which place
dad, Deinarura, Pern and .uexici
they have supplud bteam Ploughlug Machinery,
They hate also miring lue jasi la years luauuisciurvu
it the la.l IS ve
v ru-miwitivr. for IcaIImmv. In itieal Urltaln and the Cob
miles, India, Mexico. Ceylou, Egypt and Peru, from J0
luch gauge up to 5 feet 3 Inch gauj;c, and suited for all
kinu ui track anu iram. .,.
They have supplied the OoverumenU of nreatnrllalc,
aermany, Russia and Italy with Traction Engine
which have given every satisfaction, a well a lari'O
number for private ue. . ,
Any communication to be addretscd to R. II. Fowler,
care if W, L. Green, Esq., or O. W. Macfarlan Co,,
Houululu, who will act is their Agents. ...
Catalogue, with Illustrations, models and photo
irranhs of tho above plant and machinery may be steu
St ... offlc. of a. w. - SrWLBn, fot
JNO. rOWLElt A CO.
N. B. I prepos to visit tho different Islands during
ha next few weak, and shall b pleutd to ! any In
tormallon with regard to the application of the different
lyle of tha above machinery to ji j j!-Jj wm H
FftAftK H. AUSTIN ft CO.?
CemBdasion Msrskaata and ler-
4Mke No. M CaWwata St., Sw FrueiM.
ContlgouieuU from U Hawaiian UUnda deau-ta.
Tk Beat Price Wamnt4, and 8! Oaanatcad.
Place of WorsMp.
Seakkx's nrtnrr-ltev S C Camon, Chaplain, King
itrect, near the Bailors' Home Preaching at 11 a .
Sella free. Sahbith School before the morning serTlee,
Prayer meeting on Wednesday evenings at 7'f o'clock.
Fort Ptmh Ciirncii-lter W Krear, Pastor, corner
of Fort and llcrctanl.t streets. Preaching on Bnndays
at II A m and 7!, r M. Sabbath School atiO a k.
St AHrmi;w'a CATiirnntL English services! lit Tier
the Illshop or Honolulu and Iter Thus Illackbnm. Ha
waiian senlcst Iter Alex Mackintosh 830, Holy
Commnnlon; t3D, Matins and Sermon (Hawaiian); 11,
Matins, I.ltany and Sermon (English); 4, Evensong
(Hawaiian): ".", Evensong and Song (English).
Hymns (fenjtllsh), mornlngt SU3, an) (part 1);
cvenlnsi .7, it, SSS. '
Kawaiaiiao Citf nai Iter II II Parker. Tailor, King
street, above the Palace. Servlcrs In Hawaiian every
Sunday al II A m. Sabbath School at II) A M. Evening
services at !, o'clock, alternating with KaumakaplM.
District meetings In various chapefa at 3.30 p x. Prayer
meeting every lnesday at 7'S r M.
KAUMARArnt Ciicncn Ker M Knaea. Pastor, Here
tanla strert. near Nnuann. Senlces In Hawaiian every
Snnnavnt 1CH A M. Sabbath School at OK a . Even
Ing services at "Ji o'clock, alternating with Kawalahao
icting every cunesnay ai . ; j r
IlowA-v Catholic Cnuncii- Under the charge of Rt
Her Illshop Malgret, assisted by Hew Father Hermann
Fort street, near llcrctanla.
Senlcea every Snnday ai
10 A M and 2 v x.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
OTTER TOR SALE
Of the (lerman Hark
Wm. Mohrmann, Master,
Just AiTivcd from Bremen, 122 days,
Consisting of a large assortment of
ETC., ETC., ETC.
OTTOrdcrs from the other Islands carefully executed by
H. HACKFELD & Co.
27 SU Im
rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE
NOW ON HAND
OFFER FOR SALE
OF THE ABOVE
CAPADLE OF MAKING FROM
7 to 8 Tons of Sugar per day.
Entirely of Iron and Fire Proof,
And the works are complete In every particular.
Plans and Specifications, giving fullest details, may
be accn ou application at the ofllces of tho agents.
N.R. A larger plant, of the same description and
model, has Just been sold to the
Honokaa Sugar Co., on Hawaii.
Y(e have also on hand, for sale,
BOO Gallon Each.
Wrought Iron Coolers, 6x5 feet.
2 m. comfquid mis
Each consisting of a
Tube and Multitubular Section.
Erecting Plana and Specification of which will be
hown on application.
W. L. aitEEN A 0. W. MACFANLANK ft Co..
S! it Agent for JilrUe. Talt Watson.
STEAMER CITY Or SYDNEY,
IDA McKAY, AND
T A FALK1NBURQ
BY TIIK A1IOVKMANY VK88EL8,
we have just received. Extra Mrs Reef In barrels
and half barrel. Cases Falrbank Lard,
liuldcn Onto Extra Family Flour,
Wheat, Corn, Oats, &c, Ac.
Per City of Sydney.
1 0O HAGH FIIMT QUALITY POTA-
L toes, llag bllverskln Onion
Callfornli Dairy Butter, In 80 lbs ken, and 4 lb
(II... J.rs. nut uu KxDresslv for our Trade.
Eastern Codn.k, boneless Cudash, Eastern Hams,
Eastern Bacon, Comet English breakfast Tea,
lu o lb boxes. Comet Oolong Tea, 6 lb boxes,
iialaiuo, pilot Uread, Crackers, and Cake, Medlam
bread la Cases.
Rw Linseed Paint Oil. Wairented the Dure Article
Lard Oil, tr Lunricaung. vase or spirit Tur
pentine. Atlantic Lead, in package of 1 lb, ana
iiiiw.rd. nr ril lbs. Paint Brushes In creat
u in f i vi a in
Paint Brush In
variety. All of wklck wilt be sold at Prices by
BOLLKS A CO.
Va ouum Pumps,
WMK VMMMtMNaU H,VI Jl'MT ME.
B. CKJVaSU Pr Amy Turner, from Bitaa, futt M
uftntal of Ibta clrt4Niup, widen arui
aud btlM Ikaa mf vlbM Mfl 9
pump Imported. WoalltkttnUo ofyluUriMrUc-
laxly i Ut Vacuum (map. wblcb to laa
td saor Mrvtetat amisstr'r
w is i tr To. mlswm oo.
nr order of the President of the lloird of Heallh, all
persons having bills against the Hoard aro requested to
pats In the same Immediately at tho Station House.
J. A. RASSINOElt, Secretary.
Office of Roan! of Hralth, March I, lSt B7 It
MARCH 0, 1881.
Bnatnem Agent' Notice.
All advertisements for (he SATumiAr l'niiatnnst be
sent In by Friday noon. No Insertions for the current
Issue can be guaranteed when sent In later.
Advertisers will mark the number of Insertions de
sired, from which date they charge. Any nut so marked
will be charged ,1 months.
TIIOS. (). THltUM. Rnslness Agent.
TOPICS 0THE DAY.
Yesterday, March llli, rt now President
wan in.iiiRiirnlcd in tho United Stales. Oen.
Gnrficld now occupies tlio Presidential cliair,
and Oen. Hayes is again a private citizen of
Thi? simplest poslolTico in tlio world is in
Magollnn Straits, and lins been cslalillslicd
tlicro for somo years past. It consists of a
Btnall cask, which is chained to tlio rock of tlio
extreme capo of tlio Straits, npposito to Terra
del t'ticgo. E.icli passing ship sends a boat
to open tlio cask and to tako letters out nnd
plnco others in it. Tho postofftco is solf-ncting
therefore; it is nndcr tho protection of tho
navies of all tuitions, nnd up to tho present
titno there is not ono caso to report In which
any nbtiso of tho privileges it alVords hits taken
In speaking of tho promptness nnd ready
action of tho police officials, wo tako plcasuro
in recording a fact which camo to our personal
notico. A householder in tho city went to tho
pollco station on Wednesday forenoon ami ox
jilaincd to tho Marshal that ho had good rea
son for suspecting tho oxistenco of concealed
smalUpox in a certain neighborhood. Not
withstanding tho prcBS of work, that neigh
borhood was thoroughly examined by tho
Marshal in porson within tho next two hours,
and tho suspicion happily proved to bo un
founded. NOTES OF THE WEEK.
TnK steam roller was nt work in Nuuiura,,' ,t
on Thursd.iv.. '" Jj,,a
Tn whaling bark Progress was lying off nrfai
for two or tlireo daj-R this week.
We publish a long and interesting account of
tho crulao of tho Ponmrt in to-day's issue.
Nineteen passcngors left hero for San Fran
cisco last Tuesday by tho Jane A. Falklnburg.
TwENTT-TnnEE passengers nrrived from San
Francisco last Thursday by tho D. C. Murray.
Nineteen naturalized American citizens residing
in San Francisco, nro natives of tho Hawaiian
It rained very heavily on Thursday night nnd
yesterday morning. Somo of tho streets wcro per
The regular monthly meeting of tho Library
and Heading lloom Association will bo hold thai
evening at tho hall.
Tuebe will bo no moro music at Emma Square
this afternoon on account of nine of tho Band
boys being in quarantine.
The rainfall for January at J. K. Wildor's, tho
Ico "Works, was 4.20 inches, at "W. W. Hall's 4.C8
lncbcs and at Lir. AlcrUbbnf s u.uu inches.
The quarterly meeting of tho Trustees of tho
Queen's Hospital will bo held at tho Chamber of
Commerce rooms, at 11 o'clock x. M. to-day.
Hon. J. I. Dowsett has moved his old office on
tho mauka sido of Queen stroet, to mako room for
a now warohousa h'o intends to build there.
We notico that Mr. A. MoWayno has sold oat his
interest in the drug storo at tho corner of Fort nnd
Merchant streets to Messrs. J. A. Fnlrnor &. Co.
The schooner Pauahi, which was in quarantine
last week, was fumigated, and her crow was taken
off, nnd she was allowed to rcsumo business again.
Mb. West, tho carriago-builder, is erecting a
largo shop for carrying on tho various branches of
his business, on Mr. 'Widomatin's property in
The stairway to tho Heading Boom was removed
for several days to make room for tho workmen
engaged on Mr. Campbell's new store, but has
Mn. SpnECKELu' new barkenline If. 7f. Dimond,
which arrived from San Francisco on last Tues
day, brought tho material for Mr. Sprockets dwel
ling house at Funahou.
A case of small-pox was discovered on the
schooner Jen ny Walker last Tuosday, and sho is
now quarantined nnd is lying in the stream beside
the steamer James Makee.
The cricket match proposed for Saturday last
has been postponed for to-day, tho Seniors having
challenged tho Juniors for a rctnrn match to that
played lust Saturday week.
Vessels for the Coast havo no difficulty in get
ting enrges of sugar now. Tho Jane A. Falklnburg
armed bore ou tho ZV ult., and sailed ngniu for
Ban Francisco ou the 1st inst.
TnE now barkentino W. II. Dimond, arrived
hero on the 1st inst., fifteen days from San Fran
cisco, and the D. C. Muriay nrrived here on Ud,
seventeen days from the same port.
The Norwegian immigrants who arrived at Maa
lea by the Beta, are spoken of lu the highest terms.
They are jouug and able-bodied and appear to bo
well satisfied with their new homes.
Tint mutual meeting prsecribed by the charter
of incorporation of the Trustees of the Musio
Hall association will be held on Monday eveniug
at 7:90 o'clock p. u nt the Musio Hall.
As one good torn deserve another, we may point
out to the Gazelle that there was some mistake in
reporting the Pomare im seventeen days from
Jiiluit t it should have been thirty-nine days.
A lauoe warehouse has been built by Hon. H. A,
Wideraann on the mnkai aide of Queen street, and
is completed as to exterior. Mr. Wideinann pur
poses letting it for storage and buaineaa offices.
Tn barkentine Jane A. falklnburg and Ida
McKay sailed an Tuesday for the Coast. A num
ber of schooners left this port on the same day,
but wero driven back on Wednesday night by the
Heavy wtuaa ouuiue.
The small-pox introduced on the island of Kauai
from Honolulu soma time sluco spread consider
ably. Every effort is being made to restrict it to
it. present limits by an effectual quarantine.
Mb. Campbell's new building in Fort street i
going up rapidly, and we are glad to notice that
builders seem to be more considerate towards the
publio ss to occupying the foot and roadway, than
qd been their custom recently.
Musis. Lrwauu a Dtxoa havo moved into their
now premises in Fort street. The store U fitted
with every convenience, including a powerful lift
wnrkino from the basement to the unrwr floor.
telephone connection, etc., and all that skill and
enterprise can effect.
It baa been decided by the Troateea of Oahu
College to re-open the Institution next Monday,
the 7th inst. AH scholar, who have been vac
cinated or are not living in eipoeei localities will
be admitted. This school i. not under tho Jurisdic
tion of the Hoard of Education.
A ncKto was given oo Saturday Uat to tha choir
boy. of the English congregation of St. Andrew'.
Cathedral, now or recently belonging to th.
hop', school. There wera MvcaUen youth.
Baaasabled. and an omniboa and four Movload and
tha tarty proceeded to Maaaalua. aavtral ladlf
and gentlemen of the congregation aeeotanaaiad
the party, which in spite of an caaaaioai.l ahuwar
stoves a very anjoyauw oaiutg.
Ova friend tha Oaf tie haa miaintw prated a la
MUiuatag that wa aaid tha " Pirataa of Faaaanaa"
and ' Pinafore" wen writta by tha aaiaa aathor.
aa thoa who twottaeed " Hawaii, or tha Haralaa
n.li It WA mantlnaii Sat - lmBaaA
iJiTWVa Ji" WaW "y,a' WJBMP nBVBW
al MaW lSaHSjflaVaW WftmM W HV M"aW4T AN
Maaa, thm, aaWM thai tha fatasar taw
ten., wfelah waaa uatag HayM at
CwBiif , wa bom bff mm aw
Tne nnmbcr of small-pox cases during tho week,
for each day, is as follows : Balnnlny, February
anh, fll, Sunday, 8. Monday, IB, Tuesday, 9, Wed
nesday, 10, Thursday, 8. Wo were nnable to as
certain tho number reported yesterday.
The Nicarngnnn bark liemijlo, which put into
this port In distress n short time since, sailed for
Sydney on tlio ISth ulU She is said to 1h an old
bulk, totally unseaworthy, and should haro lieen
condemned long ago. If sho meet with vety rough
weather it hdoubtlul if rIio will reach her desti
nation. Last Sunday evening about sunset a flro was dis
covered on Nmiami street in a Chinese honae. It
was canard by n mo'multo net lielng blown over a
lighted lamp. Happily it was discovered In time,
nnd with tho nld of a few Are buckets was speedily
extinguished. A strong wind was blowing nt tho
lime, and had the fire, got under headway, wonld
havo done immetipo damage. 'J ho flro alarm was
sounded and tho Are companies were out, bnt
their assistance, fortunately, was not required.
It seems strango that tho Gazelle may not utter
a word in favor of Dr. Hutchinson without being
accused of Injustice towardt tho Marshal and his
Deputy, tho fnct being that the t7nsfsald a good
word for enclt and nil of tho officials named. For
our own part, wo consider that all parties havo
done their work heartily, realously, and un
selfishly. Dr. Hutchinson, in tho execution of his
rmblio duties, has rclimmislicd a largo portion of
lis private and inoro remunerate o prnctico, and
not only ho, but every medfett tmn in tho city, has
sacrificed tlmo nnd labor gratuitously, in their
offorts to nbato tho evil and restrict tho area of tho
Moss. llATAnn, tho Acting Commissioner for
France, met witli a somowlmt sovnro accident on
Siturday last. When mounting his horse, Intend
ing to rido over tho l'nli for n change, at Cot. C.
Jtuld'n plnco at Ktntloa, tlio horso started for a
half-open gate lieforo Mons. Hatard was fairly in
his saddle, and he was thrown or throw himself
off, receiving a povero shock, besides lioing badly
bruised nnd cut about tho face, and had a narrow
escape from falling ngalust tho gato-post, Mons.
Hatard speedily recovered from tho cuecls of tho
accident, though still confined to his room by a
At a meeting of tho Hoard of Immigration, held
at tho Government offices on Wednesday, tho ar
rival of the l'omare, nnd tho disposal of her pas
sengers, wcro discussed. Tho whoio of tho immi
grants woro allotted to tlio various applicants, and
as they wcro vaccinated that morning by Dr.
Ilrodie, it was determined by tho Donrd thnt they
should remain on board until tho result showed
itself, nnd then, if all bo well, they will ho shipped
off to tho various plantations. Tlio Pomare herself
is in need of repairs, having been on shore in tho
cotirso of her cruise.
Hoi.i.isrr.n A Co., have opened their new drug
store in Pico's block, on tho west side of Nuuanu
strcot, just mauka of Hotel street. They havo a
large nnd commodious brick building nnd every
thing clso to correspond. In tho rear of tho store,
which is full and conveniently arranged, is a largo
compartment with a cement floor, tor tho manu
facture of soda, etc. Tlicro is a largo cellar under
tho store for heavy goods, while tho lighter arti
cles nnd their large stock of tobaccos is kept in a
largo room in tho second story, extending tho full
lencth of tho storo below. Thoro is a unnllcato
foiinW fountain to insure a permanent supply of
carrying ip'nRC, and many other conveniences that
'nnd jsl.lirixsjSCfUoned in a brief notico.
r ontucut nt iiaru ru
Trm followucss, lliieu Uio San Francisco Call of
February 13trT:u "'U1 b'llJtell, a Sandwich
Islander, who is cook oii''J" fcr .leaimle Oairne,
Captain 0. M. Brown, fell f roiiWSitJJ-wk into tho
firo-room, nt half-past 8 last cveniu,rt'u,id was
sovorcly injured. Ho foil oventxmrd tin""1!"").
viotis, nnd had been noting stupidly all day. "' I )
injured man was taken to tho City llecciving Hoti
pital, whon his injuries were found to consist of
thrco brokon ribs nnd a number of contusions.
His faco nnd jaw were a mass of bruises. How
nevcro are the injuries cannot at present bo ascer
tained. At tho tlmo of accident, tho tug was lying
at tho Oakland wharf."
TnE houso of a lady living in Nnuann Valley
was entered on Saturday afternoon, during her nb
sonce. Tho intruders opened wardrobes, chests of
drawers, and trunks, and ransacked them. Even
tho mattresses wero displaced nnd tho bedding
tumbled about, nnd yet nothing was missing. Tho
strnncest feature of tlio affair was this: a littlo box
on tho dressing tabic was opened nnd the key of
tho only locked drawer in tho room takon out, nnd
it was found on the top of the drnwors, within a
foot of its proper key-bole. The drawer contained
monoy and valuables, but had nut been opened,
though every other ono in two rooms wero found
moro or less open nnd tho contents tumbled about.
Tnx Standard understands that orders havo been
given for the detached squadron, consisting of tho
Inconstant, Bacchante, Tiurniallne, Carysfort, and
Cleviiatra, nndcr tho command of Admiral tho Earl
of Clauwilliam, to discontinuo tho proposed cruise
from tho Falkland Islands to Valparaiso, and to
mnko the best of its way to tho Cape. The com
bined crews of these ships consist of about 1700
officers and men, so that with tho contingent
already landed at Port Natal from tho Commo
dore's flag ship, a largo naval brigado could bo
formed, evou after making provision for leaving
tho ships so far minnod astobocapabloof putting
to sen. The Dido is also on hor way to Fort Natal,
to land a portion of her crow.
Following is a record of the I'olico Court pro
ceedings for tho week : f. O. Poole, drunkenness.
found guilty anu sentencea to turco mourns' im
prisonment nt bard labor nnd costs taxed at"? 1.40.
Ah Ngau, violating quaratitino regulations, fined
$3T and $1.10 costs. Lanui, violating quarnntino
regulations, fined $25 and SI costs. Loi Tung,
assault and battery on Charles Duncan, fined $5
nnd $1.30 costs. All Sam, Kula nnd Hooano, hav
ing opium in possession ; An nam pieaueti guilty
nnd wns fined IJM) nnd $1.20 costs. Nolle pi oscqitt
entered in favor of the other two. ltegu, drunk
enness, forfeited $0 bail. Wm. Maxwell, Keo
Kane, Laika, w., Kcpolii, w., Annie Kniliwcla, w.,
J. Sheldon, John Sllva, Makanul, w., Caroline, w.,
nnd Hill; violating the Sabbath ; John Sheldon
Caroline, pleaded not guilty nnd a nolle prosequi
wns entered ny the prosecution. Tho others for
feited $12 bail each. Jack, k cruelty to nnimals,
fined $75 and $1.10 costs. Kula aud Hooano, hav
ing opium in possession ; nolle pi oscqui entered.
W. Q. Sullivan, drunkenness remanded from
February 15th nolle prosequi entered. Manu, k.,
larceny of turkeys nt Wnmlun, rvmnnded to to
day for judgment. Win. Courtney, drunkenness,
forfeited $G bail. John lirady, assault nnd bat
tery on Joe Itoderick, fined $U nnd $1 costs. Win,
McCnudleso, neglecting to comply with an order
of an agent of tlio Hoard of Health, found guilty
and fined $25 and $;US0 costs. Kawiki Iokua, k.,
making threats tending to a broach of tho peace,
ordered to give a bond for $25 to keep tho pence
towards Api for twelve months, and pay costs
Eleven cases of small-pox are reported at Koo
In.ii, nil from ono woman who nrrived there from
Honolulu on the Ud ult. Tho whale district is
quarantined and twclvo guards put ou six with n
Captain on oach side. There were no deaths up to
the 24th ult. Tho Hoard of Health hope to be
able to keep it within the district, and prevent its
Bex. Nationality. 5
Age. t . 8 i S
o C -.Sea
Under 1 year "e"t oil"., ""iliil
From 1 to 5 , 4 4 8 , Ha
. " B to 10...., 1 .. 1 11
' " 10 to 90..., B 6 0 2
"SO to ilU. 7 7 2 ., U 2
";l to 40.,.,., 10 t II ( ,. ,, 14 0
"40 to &n e a 7 .... .i l .. .. it a
"WtnW 1.. 1 1 1
"GO to 70...., I 2 2.. I a..
Over TU ., 3 2 & , ,, .. A3
CnVrARATlVK MOXTULT MnBTALITV.
Feb., 1HT7, Death, 27 Feb., It), Heath, M
Oausk nr Death.
Joun II. Blown.
Agent Hoard of Health,
Health Department, Honolulu, Feb. IS, ISK1,
BaTOBT or the UoAsn or Health roa the Wcas
kkdimo March 4, at 3 r. m :
Hmall-nox cases reported alnoo data of but re
port, tiU previous cane, 158 total, 'til caaaa la alt
Death. mck last Weckli Haroar I
Nawailehm, died at KaaatakapiUi LaaaU
Mokabaaheo and Polani at tha Qaaraatiaa Hoa
plul ; Kaiannl at Kamaktla i KahaMaaa at Paa
aalt Jno. Sylra at Kspoukolot Vaaaaaa, Yaat
Chow Foo, Kalaa. Makaahlna, kiaipaklT FWao,
Maaal. Hakataienonl, Laakapq, Kaaahifca, Mo7
hoaua, Kaoai, aUtaTXaalii, KoaaaitoU. Kafca,
nmnim.ii imj a u.., simwsii, iwhhs. mm
aBakaai. Faa, Keawe, MaaUoa. Nakaaaaa, Kala-
UU i Kakii. Kiko aad Kalia. (88
dMatitaaraatiaa HoapiuL-Naashar a aaatha,
41i iirloaa daatha. M t total 4,
V-MMmmA ia antaatawa !. f laaalA aWaaatatfA. IJal f at
da aaapaa aaw ajaTaBfaaaaaaw BHHaaaal talaBBi paaaw aBajt WfW
taavuwa MBaaaa.aii i
i. Hi aaaihar la
data of laatraaart,!
1M total taW.
waM,Mi aaaeharaad freaaaaa-
From Ilia Koliala district, Hawaii, wo loam
Hint nil is going on well, iliatsomo ptantntion
nro getting four Ions of sugar to tlio ncro of
ratloons, and that tlio yield of cano jutco stands
by saccliaromotcr tip to 11 , in oxrtct pro
portion to tlio carefulness of tlio cnllivnlioif.
A nativo Constable had arrived in tlio district -with
cloven warrants for Apprehending Hint
iinnibor of CMiialncti who woro deserters from
their employers, n fact so Imllcntivo of tho
xtnto of affairs on our plantations thnt n largo
employer of labor, who lintl wrillen to his re
presentatives, in Honolulu for Inoro hands;
forthwith comiler-mandcd his order, nlthotiglt
solely in need of laborers. This leads us to
reflect on tho relatlvo positions of planter nml
laborer thtotighoiil this Kingdom. Tlio plant
er pays, say S80 advance to oach laborer rtmt
agrees to pnySlO n month, housing nnd ra
tions to each. Tho ndvanco secured, find per
haps a month's wages earned nnd received,
tlio laborer decamps, mixes with, is shcllorcd
by, and encotttnged in his dishonest cotiiso by
his countrymen, and tho employer Is out nf
pocket nnd short of labor, and has practically
ho redress, for who enn rceogniro ninongst llio
swarm of Chitiainoii, who nto desurters, paid
in ndvnnco, and who nro not?
Is it too much tohnpo thaln thorough work
ing organization of employers bo sot on foot,
and that with tho help of tho flovoriiinoiit somo
regulation may bo tnndo by which Chilian on
found wandering nbout tho country, may bo
apprehended and brought boforo tho nearest
Magistrate, unless ho bo nblo to prodtico rcr-
soiinblo oviiictico as to identity, means oi sub
sistence, licunso to trndo as poddlar or other
wise, ns oilier nationalities nto liablo
to bo called upon to do ? Wo suggest oguiu
that ovnry Cliinamon arriving hero bo sup
plied with a pnssport or ticket describing n
accurately ns may be, himself and his intend
ed occupation, boforo ha bo nllowcd to quit
tho emigrant ship or quaratitino station. This
might bo renewed or altered from timo to titno
by any District Jttdgo at his discretion. A
combination of employers isnnnbsoluto neces
sity, and tho foremost question for their con
sideration seems to be, how to get rid of this
thoroughly vicious prnctico (if paying largo
advances, which only helps to keep up tho price
of labor and to recruit tho ranks of tlio trumps
Following nro tho strata and their respect ho
depths pierced in boring Jndgo McCully's second
artesian well nt Kulaokahun, in which tho u liter
vein was tapped nt a depth of 077 feet :
Loam and clay with some gravel il,"
Yellow clay f.i)
Dark, hard coral H
White coral 40
Rnulders and hronnlsh clay 11)
Dark, hard coral ,. DO
YlloK clay and sand Ul
Lava and some vtater 10
Dark sand and hard rock
Hluo rock (basalt) "
White coral 10
Hard sandy rock (conglomerate) H
t'oarse gravel (."asncuj
Dark, hard rock, and some (sen!) shells,
Coarse gravel (vtashed) 1
strong flow of water, which rose to the sur-
face of ground (sweet).,
k, reddish rock
rrobably nothing shows tlio progress of the world In
social science durlngthe last century moro conclusively
than does the full development of tho principle nnd
prnctico of life Insurance. Before the regular mortality
at different ages had been accurately ascertained, and In
connection with Interest tables, nindo life Insmanco
almost one of the exact sciences, tho crude nttenipts In
that direction were speculative gambles, or what wns
hardly better, a contrlbution-bov. schemo wlicro Ilia
most generous and benevolent wcro tho losers nml tlio
sordid and selfish the gainers ; thoso who paid longist
being thoso who suffered at the Inevitable collapse It
Is impossible to over cstlmatn the good done by llfo In
surance during the last century. Tho hundreds upon
hnndreds of millions disbursed have saved cuiihllesa
families from reparation widows from starvation tind
orphans from lives of destitution and crime, and been a
lasting honor to the dead, who showed thejr euro for
their loved ones by the frugality and sclf-denlul that
left Its rich legacy. Of them It can bo said, "Their
works live after them."
Prominent among tho Institutions of Hncramcuto,
and one that has a most excellent repututlou for re
sponsibility and conservative management, not only at
home, but In all tho Pacldc States and Territories, Is
"The Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Company nf Cali
fornia." It wns organized In 1BT.7. At ilial time thu
Pacific Coast was flooded with llfo Insurance agencies,
representing almost every company In Ametltn, most
of them strong and trustworthy, but some of them
speculative and ephemeral, as proved by subsequent
events. For many years California has been shnutud
li) life companies. It was thought In early diijs that
the peculiar conditions of Ufa on this coast wero unTa
vorablo to longevity; that the privations and exposure,
the fever of speculation, the fluctuations of fortune, tho
absunce of homes, tho scarcity nf the elevating element
of woman, all combined to make the tenure of life inoro
precarious than elsewhere In America. It Is only about
fifteen Years since the managers of Eastern cniniiiiuies
reallxcd that circumstances had changed, and that Cal
ifornia was the natural home of health and a most in
vltlng field for llfo Insurance, but when they did, they
came as a tidal wave. It was the golden ago tir solicit
ors, for to ask a man to Insure was to rccelvo his appli
cation. It I estimated that for several years tho sum
of nearly If not quite two million of dollars wero annu
ally withdrawn through agencies from this coast, to ba
Invested and controlled In the Eastern Males. It was
at till time that somo of the business men of Hut.
raineno saw that this drutn from thu Htalo should and
could ho prevented; that In this Slate, whern epidemic
are unknown and where capital could be Investid a
safely and mora profitably than In any other btnte In
Ion, was an opening for a sound, conservative,
manageu lite insurance association.
With them to think was to act, and the Pacific Mutual
.nt.Mtil nnnn It. r.r.rr nf ll.pfllinp...
Prominent among Its founders wero the energetic
and far-seeing men who Inaugurated, and, In spllo of
Indlfferencu and opposition, successfully completed thu
trans continental railway. The Pacific Mutual lins gono
quietly on Its way, attacking no other companies and
Inulir-rcnt to assaults, keeping lta obligations and pay
ing Its losses. It has paid nearly one million nf dollar
In death losses, and another million to policy holders In
endowments, dividends, etc., In many Instances these
payments repscscntlng Individual accumulation that
otherwise never would have existed. We veturo to cay
that In the not distant future, tho Pacific Mutual will bo
as Intimately associated with tho city of rJacramiiitu a
are tho fire and life Insurance companies of Connecticut
with the pleasant city of Hartford, and we can assuro
our readers that the company to controlled by tho most
rcllablo business men of the State, sr. i Its affairs con
ducted with economy ability ana integrity ,aae. nee.
OrriCKnr Ixsuiusci CoxMissirxEit, I
an Fhancisco. Dec. 1U, IhW. f
H'm. 0. Gould, JCiq., Secretary S. V. JJeparlment
raciltc Mutual Life Imurant Company Deau Htm In
answor loyour favor of this date. Introducing Mr. Fur
gle. Agent on behalf or the Pacific Mutual Llfn Insur
ance Company, of California, wbu la about visiting tho
Handwlch Island In the Interest of the Company, ask
ing the condition of the Company. I have to jy ihat at
tho last official examination made by me In Marth last
It was In sound and solvent condition, with valid as
sets amounting tn .1.177,7(0 85, and a surplus a to
policy holders of $31i,0WJ 82 , ,
I will add that, being pleased with its condition and
business management. I hare taken nut a policy of In
surance on my own life In said Company.
Youra very respectfully
' y. O. MAYNAKD.
S3 Ira Insurance CotnmJasluner,
JL BC HEWEXT.
ViriI.IATTKNI Tt niaC'MAHUIMU
HKI.H from Foteisn Port
ui vi if il ruin, ii nil iiiiik ut nunr
Omc at O. W Macfarrano A Co
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and other proauce,
omJK l'UK JKENTt
TN TIIK NKW MASONIC
X building, corner of Queen and Fort st.
V. M. HAinuw.
ILA MBBrHANT 7T UaWM KTM..
t9K or al Ward'a Pray Bland, otftr for tale
Fire Waod, Charcal, Halt aad White Hand,
In Quantities to Hull.
ONE COTTAOK AND X.OT, COll.
ner of Lunalllo and Pllkol Htreels, to be l-ad on
easr term. For particular enquire of the owner.
K. W. OHAN.MH.
Oath premises, or of
H. U. 1KJLK.
TXTKIilj CU11EU, 1IALKD
dellvertd Id quanlle to suit,
AT on boixak rat toorouMiM.
Apply, .hrou.k ,b. Po.t O.c. to
u j. W. himolev.
Mertgagee's Notice or Iatfattoa to
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