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BY E. P. ADAMS.
t RESIDENCE OP MISS GUSHING,
Wellington Place, Nntinnn Avenue.
ON MONDAY, : : MARCH 7th,
At 10 o'clock A. M., will bo sold,
Cedar Bed Room Set)
Complete! Ilcditead, nnrean, Wasteland.
2 Chairs, I Koeker, Towel Itnck.
PINE BED ROOM SET,
Ilslr Mattresses, Pillows,
Mos'inltti Netting, Toilet Sett,
Ladles' Oak Davenport Desk. Centre Table,
flqtivre Tables, Large Hoc ker,
SlngprTSelnif Mnclilne, in pcrTcel order.
Larlor Lump, Hook Shelves,
( Mingle lledsteads and Mattresses, llureatis,
Huron Wathstand, Cane Seat Uhnlm, Ac
H. '. ADAMS, Anct'r.
THUHSDAY, : : MAUOII 10,
At IK A. M. nlNnlri Itiioni.
Heavy Donims, Brown Cottons,
White Cottons, Print, I'm tnckcl and Com,
Hllk Handkerchiefs, Clothing,
Illankels, Shawlcs, Ac.
Cones Medium Bread,
Small Yellow Corn,
Sncka Brown Susjar.
K. P. ADAMS, Auct r.
BY BARTOW & TUCKER.
AT SALES ROOM bTJARTOW TUCKER.
WBDNKSIIAY, : : MAKt'll ,
At 10 o'clock A. M will be sold, n ass't of
Dry Goods and Clothing.
EOT or rURNITURE.
Will tic offered at IS o'clock, a nlct lot of
Consisting In partns follow!
Tins Peach llnttcr. Apple llnttcr, Ass nrtcd Jami,
Table anil Pie Fruit", linked Msccaronl.
IMiii'iia Sausage, llnost chicken, f nit Mackerel,
Corned lleef, llend Cheese, l,unch Tongue,
Maplo Hyrnp, Sugar Peas, Sugar Corn, Honey,
White Itose Syrup, Aborted Cracker, Oysters,
Lima lleans, Ilonelcss Smoked Herring, Mustard,
. flronnd Pepper and Sage,
Hag Corn -Meal, Iloxcs 'lea,
Pa of l.ard. HA'
II icon. Hag Whrnt, lloxe Candle,
SATURDAY, : : MARCH 19th,
, At l'J o'clock1 noon, at Hales Itoom, will ha old,
More or lean, of
LAHAINA SEED CANE !
" l'lanted about 18 month since, situated
On lli J.iinil of M. l'ikn, K.)., Mu, Oahn.
Purchaser in cut and take same within thirty day
from date of aalc.
P.. P. ADAMU, Auctioneer.
Land on Maunakea St.
r.y older of H. 11, Dole, Esq., Attorney for the Executor
of the will of Admiral William Jieyuolda, late of
Washington, ). C dcceacd.
MONDAY, : : : MARCH 28th,
At 12 noon, nt Hale Iloom, I will cll at public
niitclon, that certain
Piece of Land
With tho llnllillngs Thereon,
On the Walklkt tide of
Maunakea St., Honolulu, Oahu.
Now occupied by Mr. Humphrey.
With ft froniugo of about 'J) feet and a depth of about
, ADAMS, Auct'r
Hoie- Ileal enow Soan.21 bars in box. Doxe Tobacco
Spanish Saddles, Ac, Ac.
Until Tnln, L'ligllsli k .Mr-xlrnn Smlillcs, A.c.
ONE HORSE AND ONE CART.
IIAUTOW A TITKIIK, Anct'r.
In pursuance of a Power of Hale contained In a cer
tain Mortgage Deed, dated March "th. IWII, made be.
twoeii Haniuela Kahlmoku anil A. J. Cartwrlght, and
rirnriled In l.llifr IS. napes !7 tii.TTO. C. S. Ilnrtovv Is
instructed to sell at public auction, nt his Sales Iloom,
OX SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1881,
AT la O'CLOCK, NOON,
All Ihe I,nnd described In said mortgage, being tho
same descrllud In Itoynl Patuit No. H.VJ, Kiilcann No.
81 JO, For further particulars apply to
IIAUTOW & 'ITCKIIH, Auct'rs.
Or It. V. Hickeiitiin, Attorney for Mortgagee.
rpino uNnmtsioNED itaveen-
JL tered Into copartnership for tho transaction of a
Oeneral Auction nud Commission llusluess, under ihe
linn name, of llnrtim A Tucker, to data from March 1st,
THE NI'.W CLIPPKIt IIAUKF.XTINi:,
W. H. DIMOND
Will have Quick Dispatch for the abovo Port
For I'relght or passige, apply to
812 WM IHWIN ft CO.. Agent.
01t SAN RRANCLSCO.
The Favorite American Hark
k D. C. MUIIR AY,
al- Y. O. HAVENS, Master,
"Will have quick dispntch for above port.
For freight or passage, apply
811 S7 F.T. Ll'.NKHAN ACQ., Agenls.
BOSTON LINE OF PACKETS
THE FINE Al IlAllK
rfi-r M I I.I, l,llA I'. It OS l 3.VTIIIH MM'.
,5?fvfrom May 1.1th to .luno 1st next. Order for
aveVr Ooorl by Ihl? vessel should leavi' hereon or be
fore April llth For further particular apply to
h.tj -.nam c. nitF.WKlt 0L
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
Tin: m'm:miii nti:.im4Uijl
Places of Worahlp.
SEAMiH'a ni-.THKi Itev S C Eamon, Chaplain, King
treet. near the Pallors' Home. Preaching at II a .
Heat free. Sabbath School before the morning service,
Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening! at T!i o'clock.
Fort HtntrT Cncncit Iter W Frear, Pator, corner
of Fort and lleretanla streets. Preaching on Sundays
at It x m and "ti r M. Sabbath School alio a k.
8t AMnnr.w' CATiirnnt English services! nt Itev
the Illshop of Honolulu and Itev Thus lllackbnrn. Ha
waiian scnlcst llev Alex Mackintosh, nau. Holy
Commnnloni9.30, Matins and Hermnn (llan-allan)l If,
Mtln, I.ltany and Sermon (Engllsh)j 4, Eicnsong
(Hawaiian): 7.W, Kvensong and Hong (English).
Hymns (English), morning! 5W, SUO (part l)j
evening! 77, 31, 2SS.
KAWAlAiiAoCituncn Her II II Parker, Pastor, King
street, above the Palace. Service In Hawaiian every
Sunday at II A m. Sabbath School nt 10 a m, Evening
service at TVS o'clock, alternating with KaumaLaplll.
District meetings In various t hapel at 3 !X) p . Prayer
meeting every Wednesdiy at TVS r-M.
KAt'XAKArnt Cinmrii Rev M Kuaea. Pastor, Here
tinla street, near Nnuann. Services In Hawaiian every
Hnnnayat ICii k . Sabbath School at U a m. Even
ing services at 74 o'clock, alternating with Kawalahao
Praye r meeting t cry Wednesday at )4 r St.
IloMAf Cathoiio Ciicncii- Under Ihe charge of lit
llev Illshop Malgrct, assisted by Itev lather nermann
rori sireei, near iicreiania
10 a x and 't I- M.
Services every Sunday at
KVt: VOTTAUK MASfO, A tlOIID
HAllTOW & TUCKEH,
I toiled lii'tniiucnt
MULES AND HORSES.
mcitrnN wii.r, nt: ur.:i:ivt: iiy
the undersigned for the purchase of Mule and
Horse, aniTpersonal attention given by ft per
son In Sun rrniictsrti to selecting and tiur-
chaslng the samo uccordlng tn order given.
CITY opNK W YORK
NUAllllllV, Cuiiini miller.
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about Monday, March 14,
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND I
Tin: MPi.r.Mtin ntkajiniiii'
A. TJ S TEA Zj IA
:a nil i i.i.. '4.n .ii a ii:k.
On or about Saturday, March 19
For Freight nud Passage, apply to
'(.II In. II. HAOKFEM) ft CO., Agents.
4Jooil lor .Shipment per Ntemiirr run now
Hv Mtorril, Free ol ClinrKr. I" ' I'lrc-prool
Wnri'liiiniir uriir Clio Ntc timer Wlmrr.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Yiilmililn ns nn liivestmcnt.
Itented to good tenant for a long period. Itulldlng In
goon repair anil pieasuntiy locateu. Apply to
v ,v i u
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
Ky.uH uv iioston poiik, run nam: hy
A. W. HUSH.
Canks or nosroN i.hi, nvi'kkiok
Ouallty, In tins, For Hale by
A. W. HUSH.
nANKN ot"rii.sK ci:i.i.iihati:d imsro.v
J Tomatoes, packed by Lewi Uro 2VJ lb tins. For
Halo by A. W. HUSH.
f 1ANF.S OF IIONfOX II Kill) 1IKANM, IHrcct
For Freight or Passage,
1 8.11 or
from Iloston guaranteed fresh ! or Halo by
A. . nu
CHES or l'OTTKW MKAT.S, roil NAI.K IIY
A. W. I1UHH.
Cani-.s or jioni-on saiinaijkjikat. roit
Halo by A. W. HUSH.
By Order of the Trustees of tho Estate of Lunalllo,
I W1I.I, HELL AT PUHLIO AUCTION,
ON MONDAY, MARCH 28tli, 1881,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON. AT SALESROOM,
That valuable piece of Land lth the Ilulldlngs thereon,
nn tho corner of 0.uecn and Fort streets, Honolulu,
known as tho
Hudson Bay Premises,
Having a frontage of IS) feet nn Foil street and IBS feet
nn Q,ueen street. Area, OID.'J squaro fathoms. Title,
Apana Snd of Itojal Patent Dii'JS.
This property Is situate In the center of the business
portion of Honolulu, and presents an opportunity for
profitable) Investment which la rarely ctTcrcd.
A House Lot at Kalcaako,
NEAR FISHERMAN'S POINT,
Comprising mie-fourtl of an acre and fronting on tho
harbor, Title, ltoyal Patent 75.il; award, 217; npana, U.
Tux. Imtitn Inls lii Honolulu, on tlin tnakal side llf
King street next east of thu Alllolanl House. Title,
Award SI7, Apana 7, Kojal Patent MU3, Part 7.
ALSO, IN LAHAINA, MAUI,
Lot In Puako, Lahalna, tncludlng an area of 5 squaro
rods. Tille. Award WJtll, ltoyal l'atmt I'M, to Poleii,
deed from Kuiiane ami Pupuka to I.unalllo, In ttbor .11,
Lot 'known 's Lol Ntil, mostly kolo land. In Lahalna,
Including an area of 1 ucre and 6 sauaru roils, with a
valuuldo watertight belonging thereto. Title, Award
to Luualllo. , , , ,
llousu lot known as Luaehu, In Lahalnu. Including ;i
area of 1 aero, 'J roods, and 'JCl siiuaro rods, with build
ing, thereon. Title, Award to Lunalllo,
Plain and further particular, can bo hail by applica
tion to 8tll. l)OLK,Trtijteet or
E. P. ADAMS, Aurfr.
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS
PiETIES IN HONOLULU
Or other rrucfth ItUnds,
CAN IIAVK TIIKIIt
Orders Filled at Lowest Rates
lly .fplU.llon to Mr. K I. ADAMS. Que.o Slre.t, who
kM our U.tcrlpttv C.ialogu. alth I'rkvs.
asks or tiiosi: 'i:i.t:iuiATi:i iitickinn
tie Soups, ror Sale by
A. W. HUSH.
iANKH NKW UNslI.ANlMI.AMClIOWIH-.ll,
A. W. HUSH.
direct from Boston, For Sale by
-1AME Ol' CAI.VKS' IIKAII.
j Cases of Eastern Clams,
Cases of Lobsters,
Cases urcen corn,
All of which are direct from lloston. and sold in
tie to suit, by 3t A. W. II
From Honolulu to Hilo Direct.
The A 1 Clipper Schooner,
AVI 1 1 sail from Honolulu to Illlo direct, and will call at
Intermediate Ports on Ihe return trip.
apply to the Captain on board,
A. FUANK COOKE, Agent.
A. FRANK COOKE
AOENT FOHTIIE FOLLOWING COASTEHSi
Wallolo, J Mnlolo
WnloH. Mm Iiillu,
Wnlohn, Mvn 'Walmnln,
Gen. "'"r"1 mSiimiH 1lr'1 "i
FLAG Red with While Hall. Offlce-Corncr of Queen
S.'tl nud Nuuanu Streets. 1
PLANTERS' LINEfOR SAN FRANCISCO
O. Browor So Co. Agents.
Merchandise received htiirnire rrro.
and liberal cash adtunces made on shipments by this
line. TBt ly C. MtKWKlt A. CO. .
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
MH C. Brewor 4. Co. Agents.
Mm,TX Fiivnrahle arranirements can nlwavs be1
made for storage and shipment of Oil. Hone. Wool,
Hide and other Merchandise to New Bedford. Hoston,
New York nud other Kastern Port, W-Cah advance
made. 780 ty C. 1IHBWEU ifc CO.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
OFFER FOR SALE
Of the German Dirk
Wm. Mohrmann, Stttter,
Just Arrived from Bremen, 122 days,
Consisting of n targe assirtmcnt of
Fancy Goods, it
ETC., F.TC, ETC.
"ITOrders from the other Islands jattl ullr cxecntcd by
H. HACKFELD & Co.
27 812 lm
,- III. Ill
Hr order of the President of the llonrd of Heallh, all
persons having bills against the Hoard arc requested to
pass In the samo Immediately al Ihe Station House.
J. A. IlASStNOEU, Secretary,
omcc of Iloard of Health, March 1, 1PS1. 37 It
MAJlCIf 0, 1881.
Business Aucnt'a Notice.
All advertisement for the Satimipat Pnrs must 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 not so marked
will be charged .I months .
THOS. O. THHl.M, Iluslness Agent.
BY THE LATEST ARRIVALS
rito.ii nan riiAxriKco
"W J5 1IATK XIECKIVKI) A IiAHGTS
V T addition to our former stock of Ship Chandlery,
Ship Stores, Provision, Ac, Ac, which gives ub the
Greatest Assortment of Goods
Kept ou these Islands, all ef which will bo sold at the
Lowest Market Prices, a usual. Our friends and the
public generally are mpcctiuuy jnvncu io examine.
a BltV llOLLHb A CO.
PAINTS AND OILS.
ATLANTIC I.KADIJI PAC'liAUEN or 3 TO
Zinc Whlto. Hubbuck Lead,
Ilolled Paint Oil In hulk and In gallon drums,
A full assortment Fancy Color Paints.
2 818 1I0LLES Jt CO.
TOPICS OFTHE DAY.
Yr.STr.nriAY, Jlaich llli, a now President
wns innugtirntcil in tho Uniled Stntcs. Ocn.
(iarficld now occupies tho Presidential chair,
nnd Gen, Hnycs is again n private, citizen of
Tur. flitnplcst postoflico in tho world is in
Magellan Straits, and lias been established
thoro for Botno years past. It consists of a.
small cask, .which is chained to tho rock of tho
cxticmo capo of Iho Straits, opposite to Terra
del Fiiego. jincli passing ship sends a boat
to open tho ciink and to tako letters nut nud
placo others in it, Tho poRtofflcois self-acting
therefore.; it is under tho protection of tho
navies of all nations, and up to tho present
timo thero is not ono casn to report in which
any abtiso of tho privileges it nftbnls Ikib taken
In speaking of tho promptness nnd ready
action of tho polico officials, wo tako plcasuro
in recording n fact which caino to our personal
nntica, A housoholtlor in the city went to tho
polico station on WcdncBtlny forenoon and ex
plained to tho Marshal that ho had good rea
son for suspecting tho oxistenco of concealed
Btn.'ill-pox in n certain neighborhood. Not
withstanding tho press of work, that neigh
borhood was thoroughly examined by tho
Marshal in person within tho next two hours,
und tho suspicion happily proved to bo un-
The nnmherof small-pox esses dttrinp; tho week,
for each day, !s ns follows t Saturday, IVbmniy
ffith, 31, Hntnlay, 8. Monday, IS, Tuesday, 9, Wed
nesday, 10, 'llmroday, 8. we were unablo to as
certain tho number reported yesterday.
Tur. NIcaraRunn bark lltmijio, which put Into
this port In dUtrnss n shoit tlmo Blnce, sailed for
Sydney on tho l!Stli tilt. Bub is said to bo an old
bulk, totally unseat orthy, and shonld havo been
oondemned lotip; no. If shn meet with voiy rotiRh
Mcathcr it H doubtful If alio will reach lier desti
nation. Last Bnnday evening about sunset a flro was dis
covered on Nttnanu street In n Chinese honie. It
was caused by a mosquito net being blown over a
lighted lamp. Happily It vn. discovered In time,
and with tho aid of n few Are buckets was speedily
extinguished. A strong wind was blowing at tho
time, and had tho fire, pot under headway, would
havo dono immense damage. Tho lire alarm was
Bounded and the firn companies wcro out, lint
their assiilnnce, fottnnatcly, was not required.
It Beems strango that tho Gatetu may not utter
a word in favor of Dr. Hutchinson wilhont lieing
accused of Injustice, towards tho Marslial and his
Deputy, tho fact being that tho fiaiftle paid a good
word for each nnd nil of tho officials named, l'or
our own put, wo consider that nil ptrtios havo
dono their work heartily, zealously, and un
selfishly. Dr. Hutchinson, in tho execution of Ids
public (hitlei, has relinquished n largo portion of
his prlrnto and inoro rcmunerativo prnctlce, and
not only ho, but ovory medical man in tho city, bns
sacrificed timo nnd labor gratuitously, in their
efforts to nbato tho i.vll and restrict thu area of tho
Monb. IUtuid, tho Acting Commissioner for
Trance, met with n somewhat severe accident on
Saturday last. When mounting his horse, intend
inn to rido over tho Fall fur a change, at Col. 0.
Jtidd's placo al Kunloa, tho horsa started for a
half-open gate lieforo Mons. Ilatnrd was fairly in
Ids Raddle, and ho was thrown or throw himself
off, recoiling a sovero shock, besides being badly
bruised and cut about tho fnce, and had a narrow
escape from falling against tho galo-post. Mons.
ilatnrd speedily recovered from tho effects of tho
accident, though still confined to his room by a
At n meeting of tho Hoard of Immigration, held
at tho Government offices on Wednesday, tho ar
rival of the J'omart, and tho disposal of hor pas
sengers, wcro discussed. Tho wholo of tho immi
grants were allotted to tho various applicants, and
as they were vaccinated that morning by Dr.
Ilrodie, it was determined by the Board that they
should remain on board until tho result showed
itself, nnd then, if all bo well, they will bo shipped
off to the various plantations. Tho J'omart herself
is in need of repairs, having been on shoro in tho
courso of her crulso.
NOTES OFTHE WEEK.
1I.IJ4 rilOM 1IMCII
7 Sale by
1IOLLES & CO.
or nizkn rnoM
six thread to live Inch.
HEMP CORDAGE. AND BOLT ROPE.
A N ANMOIITMKNT Or NIKKM riioM a i-a
J Inch tn 8 Inch. Also, Spunjam, Seizing, Ilatlln,
Hnusellne, Marline, Hounding, Ac.
110LI.ES i CO.
UliOOKS AND MAST HOOPS.
PATUNT IKON NTK.M'I'KO III.OVUH
Metallic Iron Strapped Hlocks, Patent Hushing,
Plain Hushing, ft full assortment of sixes,
g 818 UOLLKS Jk. V.
THE COLLEGE OF ST. LOUIS
COMMERCIAL & BUSINESS ACADEMY,
HONOLULU, OAHU, H. I.
THIS INSTITUTION IIKING RE
mote fioni city Allurements, 1. au acknowledged
bafi'guaru ror morals rur saiunrny or ciimaie, i unri
valled. Th buildings are lurgruud cominndlous, while
the grounds ailord the pupils opportunities for health
Unr inlttlng attention III be given to the Intellectual
nnd moral culture uf thu pupils, Non-Catholic puplli
will be freu In attend tho religious uxerclse. or not, ac
cording as their parents or guardians may desire.
Pupils are reclrd at any lliuo (luting Ihe year. No
reduction will be made from regular charges, except for
ubxnce causui by protracieii nines.
CHRISTMAS HAS COME
AND SO HAS OUtl FALL
STOCK OF GOODS,
Just como to hnnd by tho
Amy Turner, Moliicaii, nnd Eureka.
Ileslde our usual full assortment of merchandise, we
would call attention to the following Items:
OIL! OIL! OIL!
The standard brands, Noonday and Downer', fresh
from tho lteliner'.e. The Noonday Oil Is of high tet
nnd Is now considered TIIK llAJiT rAMII.V OIL,
to be had In the market.
LAUD OIL in cases nnd in barrels,
LUIUUCATING OILS Ix)w Priced-Castor Oil,
Nents Foot Oil, Cylinder Oil, Cheap Japan for
Smokestack and Iron work-.
Hall's Steel Flows,
A fnll line from No. S to No. 11. with extra Shares and
Handles. A full car load direct from Mollne.
Hall's Hickory Trash Forks,
A new article, made for turning trash. Flcaso
order samples to try.
Hall's Cane Planters or Coverers,
A new tool for cocrlng cane seed nftcr being
placed lu thu furrow ; with It one man
can do the work of three.
Dlsston's Sit vi h, Files, Cane Knives & Tools,
riarstowStovo Company's Celebrated
Stoves, Ranges and Cabooses,
Farmers' Caldrons, assorted.
STUB Fino Machinist's Tools,
PAOKINQ AU SImb.
Seine Twino and Fish Lines.
Hubbuck's Faints and Oils
Masury's Colors In tins, for House or Coach Painting,
acknowlidged by all good painters to be the JJtit JaoV
Water Filters, Ico Cream Frcezors, Bofrigorators,
Hydraulic Jacks, llftiim 7 tons 1't inches, Bur
dick's Fodder Cnttcrs, Nails of every description,
Lock's of overy description, Amoskeag Bedims,
by tho halo or piece j Amoakeag Ticking, by the
POWD EH Blasting, Giant and Hercules, Sport
Powder from ( to Uo lb, tins, Giant Powder nnd
All for tale cheap by
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE
NOW ON HAND
OFF E II FUR SALE
OF THE AIOVE
CAPABLE OF MAKING MOM
7 to 8 Tons of Sugai per day.
Entirely of Iron and Fire - Proof,
And tho works are complete In every particular.
Plans and Specifications, giving fullest details, may
be seen on application at tho offices of the agents.
N.H. A larger plant, of the same description and
model, has just been sold to tho
Honokaa Sugar Co., on Hawaii.
Wo have also on hand, for sale,
500 Gallons Each.
Wrought Iron Coolers, 6x5 feet.
2 PBS. COMPQUKD BIBUS
Each consisting of a
The steam roller was nt work in Nnnanu street
The whaling bark I'roprm was lying off and on
for two or threo days this week.
We publish a lonR and interesting account of
tho cruiso of tho I'omaie in to-day's issue.
Nineteen passoncers left hero for San Fran
cisco last Tuesday by the Jmie A. FalKittlurg.
TwENTT-TnnEE passengers nrrived from San
Francisco last Thursday by tho V. C. Murray.
Nineteen naturalized American citizens residing
in San Francisco, aro natives of tho Hawaiian
It rained very heavily on Thursday n!ht and
yesterday morning. Somo of tho streets woro per
TnE regular monthly meeting of tho Library
nnd Heading Boom Association will bo held thai
evening at the hall
Tiieue will bo no moro music at Emma Squaro
tliis afternoon on account of nino of the Band
boys being in quarantine.
The rainfall for January at J. K. "Wildor'u; tho
Ico "Works, was 4.20 inches, nt "VY. W. Hall's 4.68
inches nnd nt Dr. McKibbin's 3.G0 inches.
Hom.ihteb it Co., havo opened their now drug
store in Pico's block, ou tho west side of Nnuann
street, jtisl mauka of Hotel street. They havo a
larp,o and commodious brick building and uvery
tlilnc else to correspond. In tho roar of tho store,
willed is full nud conveniently arranged, is n lnrgo
compartment with a cement floor, for tho manu
facture of soda, etc. Thero is n largo cellar under
the store for heavy goods, while the lighter arti
cles and their large Btock of tobaccos is kept in a
largo room in the second storv, extending the full
length of tho store below. Thero is a dnplicnto
soila fountain, to Insuro a permanent supply or
this beverage, and many other conveniences that
cannot bo mentioned in .1 brief notice.
From tho Koliala district, Hawaii, wo learn
that all is going on woll, that some plantation
nro getting four Ions of sugar to tho aero of
rottoons, ami that thoyicUl of canojuico stands
hy saccharomotcr up Io 11 , 111 oxact pro- ,
portion to i thccarefulncss of tho culijvation. .
Anativo Constnlilo had arrived in tho district
with cloven warrants for apprehending that
number of Chinamen tvho wcro tloRcrlerB from
their omployors, n fact so lnrlicntlvo of the
stnlo of affairs on our plantations, that n largo
employer of labor, who had written to his ro-
presontntives in Honolulu for moro lianilf, .
forthwith counlcr-inaiitlcd his order, although
floroly in neoil of laborers. This leads us to
reflect on tho relaltvo positions of planter htul
laborer throughout this Kingdom. Tho plant
or payB, Bay 80 ntlvanco to each laborer and
agrees to paySIO n month, housing and ra
tions to each. Tho ntlvanco secured, and per
haps n month's wages cnrnoil nml received, ..
tho laborer decamps, mixes with, is sliclieroll
by, ami cncotlrngod in his dishonest courso by ''
his countrymen, nml tho omploor is out of
pocket nntl short of labor, and has practically
no redress, for who enn rocogni?o ntiiongst tho
swarm of Chinamen, who nto deserters, paid
in ntlvanco, nml who nro not?
Is it too much to hopo that n thorough work-
ing organization of employers bo Ret on font, .
and that with tho help of tiio Government soma
regulation may bo inado by which Cinnamon
found wandering about Iho country, may bo
apprehended anil brought boforo Iho nearest
Magistrate unless ho Imj nblo to produce rts-
sonablo ovtdcnco ns to idontity, inonns of sub- .
slstcuco, lit Huso to trntlo ns pcddlnr or olhorr
wiso, ns other nationalities aro liablo
to bo callcil upon to do? Wo suggest ng.titi
that ovnry Chinamen arriving hoio bo shp
pllcil with a passport or ticltot describing ns
accurately as may bo, himself and his intend
ed occupation, boforo ho bo allowed 10 quit
tho emigrant ship or qunrntitino station, This
ini-jlit bo renewed or nlterctl from timo to timo
by uy District Jtidgo at his discretion, ,
t:.imbiuntinn of employers is an absoluto noccs
Bity, and tho foremost question for tholr con
sideration scorns to bo, how to got rid of this
ithoronghly vicious prnctico of paying largo
advances, which only helps to keep up tha prico
of labor and to recruit tho ranks of thu trumps .
Followino aro the sirntannd their r6spcctfvo
depths pierced In boring Judge MeCtiUy'ri ptcotld '
artesian well at Kulaokahua, in -which tho. water
vein was tapped nt a depth of !1i7 feet : .
Loam and clay with somograxl ,.,...,. .II ,
Yclluw clav ..
TnE following is from tho San Francisoo Call of
Fobruary 13th: "Frank Darnell, a Sandwich
Islander, who is cook on tho tug Jtannle Gmcne,
Captain C. M. Brown, fell from tho dock into tho
firo-roora, nt half-past 8 last evening, nnd wag
severely injured. Ho foil overboard tho day pre
vious, nnd had been noting stupidly all day. Tho
injured man waB taken to the City Hccclving Hos
pital, when his injuries wcro found to consist of
threo broken ribs and n number of contusions.
His faco and jaw wero n mass of bruises. How
sovero are tho injuries ennnot nt present ho ascer
tained. At the time of accident, the tug was lying
nt tho Oakland wharf."
lloulder and bruwnlsh clay
Hark, hard coral
Yellow clay and sand
Lava and some water
Dark sand and hard rock ...'.... '..,,.1 "'
lllue rock (basalt; 'J.i ,
White coral '. 10
Lava ,.....!. i , 10.
Hard sandy rock (conglomerate) ,...,... H
Coarse gravel (was bed). .. ....... 'I
Hark, hard rock, and some (sea?) shell,
strong flow of water, which rose to the sur
face of ground (sweet) a.. SB
Haik, reddish rock ..1,... 31
The quarterly meeting of tho Trustees of the
Queen's Hospital will be held at tho Chamber of
Commerce rooms, at 11 o'clock A. m. to-day.
Hon. J. I. Dowscrr has moved his old office on
the mauka side of Qucon street, to make room for
a new warehouse he intends to build thero.
ON HAND AT THE STORE OF LW. HOPP
rT5!(M' - XINtJ MTHltltT,
Black Walnut Bedroom Sets,
lilftcit Wll UUtaf Chain,
Oik Ce Heat Ulaiag Chain,
Ceslar MctfrooM Hcu,
E. P. IMIS, MEIT FM THE HiWIUAl ISUUS
No uu ol ahsence durluc tho scholastic year. except
at the Collece vacations or by special permfsslon.
Each pupil must on enterlnt; obtain one suit of uni
form, width with all other neeissary clothing, c, Ac.
will be furnished at moderate coat by iho Cullege; but
none of these will be provided by the College unless by
Payments are to be made quarterly, and tmarlably
The course of study Is Classical, Scletitlilc ami Com
mercial; Latin, Oreek, French, Spanish, Herman and
Ilall.111 are lausht.
Particular alieullon will ba paid to the Lnglisn Lan-
Souu'clu all It. branches. Literature. Pure and Mixed
lalheinallcs. History, lleocraphy, Chemistry and Nat
ural Philosophy, Ac
For iloard. Lodging, Tuition and Washing, ptr
bchoL.tlo Vwl ,., a M
Kntran-s res....,.,,,.,.,...,.,,,.,,.!....,.,,... 1U J
Vacation at College 40 l
Music, iK-al and Instrumental, Urawing and Moilem
DAY PUPlLS-SenlorOUM.,..., W
junior uiass..,,,. vj w
The Scholastic Year consists of two Sessions, each
comprising a period of live months. The llrst session
commence, on Ihe ".Vth of August tho second on the
Fur all and further particulars, apply to
uai, vi. a, i..uri?i, I'resiaeni,
No. 7i lleretanla St.
ETenlng School Department of St. Louis
The President has decided to Include tbls branch In
the rurr(oufm of the College.
Its object Is to ailord all classes of the community the
mean of acquiring a theoretical and practical knowl
edge of all commercial and business transactions In
daily use-, and also Io give an Insight Into the workings
ad application of the UlflVrent Trades, which It Is so
essential to do. In Ihe.e Islands.
The Theoretical Hrencu will be under tin supervision
nt the President aud Professors of Iho College. The
lraf Ileal aud 1110.1 liniuirt. nt llraneh will be .litclallj
attended tu by voluulctrt imm the vailoua master arti
sans among us, who ha v' kindly and generously prom
ised their sen ice. to mis uselul and raiuaoio enterprise,
Thsy will, alternately, devote half an hour tack even
ing to Ike task of Imparting knowledge 10 the students.
All Ibe Implements ueces.ary to each trade, and to Ag
riculture, will b furnished by the College.
Ksch luaiUr-aillisu, while connected with tht Col
lege, will be entitled to naiuo one Freo-l.lfe-HchoIarihlp
tn Hi. tirlvllleea ol this Kveclnff School Denirtiuent.
-"- t:-. -?' -.-. T. . L ... .. . a.. .; .
TBKMS eacn stuueni oerwee,ooci. xae Evening
E. O.HALL & SON.
17 Comer Kluv aud Fort NtrerU.
TO PLANTERS AND OTHERS
l BEO TO NOTIFY
Planters and the Public
THAT I AM I'RKPARTBD TO
FURNISH PLANS AND ESTIMATES
Steam Portable Tramways,
With or without Car. und Locomotives,
Specially Adapted for Sugar Plantations t
Steam Ploughing aud Cultivating Machinery,
Traction Engines and Bond Locomotives,
Locomotives for any gauge, of BuiUny,
Portable Engines for all nuriiosoa,
Winding Engines for Inclines.
Tube and Multitubular Section.
Erecting Plans and Specifications of which will be
shown on application,
W. L. OIIKEN & O, W. MACFANLANE & Co..
87 it Agenta for Mlrlees. Talt & Watson.
MESSRS. JNO. FOWLER CO.,
STEAMER CITY OF SYDNEY.
IDA McKAY, AND
J A FALKINBURO
"We notice that Mr. A. MoWayne has sold out his
intorost in tho drug store nt tho comer of Fort and
Merchant Btrcots to Messrs. J.-A. Palmer & Co.
The schooner Paualii, which wns in quarantine
Inn, ....1. ...na fnmlnnl.il ntlrl lm .WW ttn, tntlOn
off, and b(io was allowed to resume business again.
Mb. West, tho carriage-builder, is erecting a
largo shop for carrying on the various branches of
his business, on Mr. Widemnnn's property in
The stairway to tho Beading Boom was removed
for several days to make room for the workmen
engaged on Sir. Campbell's new store, but has
Me. Spreckels' new barkenlino !lr. II. Dimond,
which arrived from San Francisco on last Tues
day, brought tho material for Mr. Spreckels dwel
ling house at Punahou.
A case of small-pox was discovered on the
sohooner Jtinii Walktr last Tuesday, and sho is
now quarantined nnd is lying in tho stream beside
tho steamer James Xtaktt,
The cricket match proposed for Saturday last
has boen postponed for to-day, the Seniors having
challenged tho Juniors for a return match to that
played Hint Saturday weeK.
VESSEfortho Coast have no difficulty in get
ting caigcs of sugar now, Tho .fine .1. Falkinhmg
nrrived here on the 23d ult., and sailed again for
San Francisco on the ltt iust.
The new barkentine W. 11. Dimond, nrrived
here on tho 1st inst., fifteen days from San Fran
cisco, aud tho D. C. Murray arrived here on ad,
seventeen days from the samo port.
The Norweginn immigrants who arrived ntMaa
lca by tho I)la, are spoken of in tho highest terms.
They are young and oblo-bodied and appear to be
well satisfied with their now homos.
Tub annual meeting prsecribed by Iho charter
of incorporation of tho Trustees of the Musio
Hull iinnnclntioii will bo held on Monday oveniug
at 7:30 o'clock r, it., at the Musio Hall.
As one good turn deserves another, wo may point
out to tho Gaittt that thoro was some tnistako in
reporting the Pnnxart as seventeen days from
Juluit 1 it Bhould havo been thirty-nine days.
A iahoe warehouse has been built by Hon. II. A.
Widcmann on tho makal sido of Queen Btreet, and
is completed bb to exterior. Mr. Wideinnnn pur
poses letting it for storage and business offices.
TnE barkentine 'Jane A, Falklnburg nnd Ida
UrKau sailed an Tuesday for tho Const. A num
ber of schooners left this port on tho same day,
but wero driven back on Wednesday night by the
heavy winds outside.
The houso of a lady living in Nruanu Vnlley
wns entered on Saturday nf temoon, during hor ab
sence. Tho intruders opened wardrobes, chests of
drawers, nnd trunks, nnd ransacked them. Even
tho raattrcsscB were displaced nnd tho bedding
tumbled about, and vet nothing wns missing. Tho
strangest featuro of tho affair was this : a littlo box
on tho dressing tnblo wns opened nnd the key of
tho only locked drawer in the room taken out, nnd
it was found on.tho top of tho drawers, within a
foot of its proper key-holo. Tho drawer contained
monoy and valuables, but had not Iren optiird,
though overy other ono in two rooms were found
moro or less open and the contents tumbled about.
Tms Standard understands that orders havo been
given for the dotached squadron, consisting of tho
Inconstant, Bacchante, Tourmaline, Caryffort, and
Cleopatra, under the command of Admiral the Earl
of Clanwillinm, to discontinue tho proposed cruiso
from tho Falkland Islands to Valparaiso, and to
make the best of its way to tho Capo. The com
bined crews of thesq ships consist of about 1700
officers nnd men, bo that with the contingent
already landed nt Port Natal from the Commo
dore's flag ship, a large naval brigade eonld bo
formed, oven nftcr making provision for leaving
tho ships so far manned ns to bo capable of putting
to sea. Tho Dido is also on her way to Port Natal,
to land a portion of her crow.
Foowinq is a record of tho Police Court pro
ceedings for tho week : W. G. Poole, drunkenness,
found guilty nnd sentenced to threo months' im
prisonment at hard labor and costs taxed at if 1.40.
Ah Ngau, violating quarantine regulations, fined
lf:!5 and $1.10 costs. Xanui, violating quarantine
regulations, fined $25 nnd SI costs. Loi Tung,
nhsnnlt and battery on Charles Duncan, fined J5
and $1.30 costs. Ah Sam, Kuln and llooano, hav
ing opium in possession ; Ail Sam pleaded guilty
and was fined sJ60 nnd ?1.20 costs. Xolle prosequi
entered ill favor of tho other two. Begu, drunk
.enness, forfeited $0 bail. Wm. Maxwell, Kco
Kane, Laika, w,, Kepola, w., Annie Kailiweln, w,,
J. Sheldon, John Silvn, Mnkauni, w Caroline, w.,
and Bill; violating tho Sabbata : John Sheldon
Caroline, pleaded not guilty nnd n nolle prosequi
was entered by the piosecution. Tho others for
feited $12 bail each. Jack, k cruelty to animals,
fined $7i and $1.10 costs. Kula nnd llooano, hav
ino oniuin in possession t nolle moxtiui entered.
W. G. Sullivan, drunkenness remanded from
February 1!A nolle proiequt entered. Mnnu, k.,
larceny of turkeys nt Waiulua, remanded to to
day for judgment. Wm. Courtney, drunkenness,
forfeited $G bail. John Brady, assault and bat
tery on Joo Boderick. fined 'i nnd $ 1 costs. Wm.
McCnndlcss, neglecting to comply with nn order
of an agent of the Board of Health, found guilty
nnd fined $2T nud $.1.30 costs. Kawiki Iokua, k.,
making threats tending to a breach of thu peace,
ordered to givo n bond for $25 to keep tho peace
towards Aid for twelve months, and pay costs
Eleven cases of small-pox are reported nt Koo
lau, all from one woman who arrived there from
Honolulu ou tho lid ult. The whole district is
oiiarnntined nnd twelve cuards nut on six with a
Captain on each side There were no deaths up to
tho 2ith ult. The Board of Health hopo to be
able to keep it within the district, and prevent its
A Chapter on Life) In.nm.nce A Sncrn- '
manto Institution. (
Probably nothing shows tho progress of the world In ,
social science during the last century moro conclusively
than does tho fnll development of tho principles und '
practice of life Insurance, Ilcforo the regular motlnllty
at different ages had been accurately ascertained, andln
connection with interest tables, made life lusuiancn,
almost one of the exact sciences, tho crude utlempts In
that direction were speculative gambles, cr whin was 1
hardly better, a coulrlhutlon-box scheme where tho ,
most generous and benevolent were the losers nnd tho
sordid and selfish tha gainers ; thosu who paid Jongrst
being tbonc who suffered lit tho Inevitable collapse It
Is Impossible to ovtr estimate the rood done byillfo li-.
surancc during tho last century. The hundreds upon
hundreds of millions disbursed have saved countless '
fainlltos from separation widows froin.atanatinu ami,
t orphans from lives of destitution and crime, and been a
lasting honor to the dead, who showed their enre for
their loved ones by tho frugality and self denial thut
left Its rich legacy. Of them it can be sold, "Their
works jive after them." ,
Prominent among tho lnstllntlona of Sacramento,
and one that has a most excellent reputation for ro- '
sponslbllltv and conservative management, not only at,
home, but In all the Pacific 'Stales and Territories, IS
"The Pacific Mutual Llfo Insurance Company nf Cali
fornia'." It was organized In INS". At Unit tlmo tho
Pacific Coast was Hooded with life. In.urancv.ireiieles, J
representing almost every company In AmCrlia, most
of them strong and trustworthy, but somo of them
speculative and cphcmtral, aa proved by subserjuint
.events. For many years California has been shunned '
by life companies. It waa thought In early days tliufj
the peculiar conditions of life on this coast were unfa
vorable to longevity: that the privations nnd exposure, '
ii ffvpr nt snectilation. tho ftucluatlona of fortitne.tlio
absence of homes, the scarcity of the elevating element
of woman, all combined Uf make the tenure of life more
precarious than elsewhere In America. It Is only about
fifteen years since the managers of haslern coin pan lea
realized that circumstances had changed, and that Cal
ifornia waa the natural home of health nnd n moat in
vltlng Held for life Insurance, bat when they did, they
came as a tidal wave. Uwas the golden age fonsollclt
ors, for to ask a man to Insure Was to receive his appli
cation. It Is estimated that for several years thu sum
of nearly If nrt nultc two millions nf dollars were annu
ally withdrawn through agcnclra from this coast, tq bo
Invested and controlled In the Eastern States, It was
at this time that some of thu business men nf B.il
ranuno saw that this drain from thu fatate should and
could bo prevented; that In this State, where epidemics
aro unknown and where capital could be Invested as
safely and more profitably than lu any other btnte lu
the Union, was an opening for a sound, conservative,
prudently managed life Insurance association.
With them to think waa to act. and the Pacific Mutual
entered upon Its career of usefulness,
Prominent among Ita fpundcr. were tho energetic
and far-seeing men who Inaugurated, and, In tplto of
Indifference and opposition, successfully completed the
trans-continental railway. Tho Paclllc,Mutual has gpno
quietly on Its way, attaCKint no omcr companies aim
Indifferent to assaults, keeping Its obligations and pay-in-
it. losses. It has Dald nearlv'one million nf dollars
In death losses, and another million to policyholder In
endowments, dividends, etc.. In many instances thesn
Individual accumulations that
ave existed. Wo velum to say
that In the not distant future, the Pacific Mutual will be
Each student per week. SO CU.
School iii open M 1 0100 p. a
Of Leeds, Knglsnd, whom I represent, have siipp
lwtatile ltallu a a for Sucar Plantations 111 Cnla. Tr
,!,! iiamirara. Peru and Mexico, for all ot w htch places
they have supplied Steam Ploughing Machinery.
They have alto during Ibe last 1 year manufactured
Locomotives for Hallway. In tlieat Ilrllaln and tho Col
onies, India, Mexico, Ceylon, Egypt and Peru, from -flinch
gauge up to & feet -1 Inch gauge, and suited for all
kind, of tracks and traittc.
'Ihey have. upplled Ihe Ooverumenta of Oreat Urllalc,
ucrtuany, reus.ia anu tiaiy wnu iikiuun hukimw
which have gtveu every satisfaction, as well as larpe
numbers for prltatu use. ......
Any communications to be addressed to R. H.Jowler,
care of W. L. Oreen, Kq.,ortl. W. Mscfall.no A Co.,
Honolulu, who will act aa their Agents.
Catalogues, with Illustrations, models and photo
graph of the above plant and machinery may ne seeu
at the ode. of G. W, M.cf.rl.n. Cj
JXU. FOWLER CO.
N. 11. I propose to visit the different Ulaud. dating
he next few weeks, and shall be pleased to give any In
formation with regard to ibe application of the different
styles of ihe above machinery lo each locality.
ii R. 11. IUWLER.
FHANK M. AUSTIN k 0.,
Com mission Merchants and -Forwarding
OHce No. W Califenski St., 8m Fraiclac.
Consignments from the Hawaiian Minds' desired.
The licit Price Warranted, and biles C,tcc4.
b- 4 ly
BY THE AHOVK MANY VESSELS,
we have Just received, Kxtr Mess lleef In barrels
and half barrels. Cases Polrbank Lard,
(olden Oate Extra Family Flour.
Wheat, Com, Oats, Ac, Jtc.
Per City of Sydnty.
t 00 liAGS VI ItST QUA-1T Y l'OTA-
X toes. Hag Silver. -Ill Onion
California lulry lluiter, In 'JO lbs kegs, and 4 lb.
disss Jars, put up Expressly for our Trad.
Eastern Codfish, lloneless Codfish, Eastern Hams,
Eastern llaeon. Comet English lireakfast Tea,
In 5 lb boxes. Comet Oolong Tea, & lb boxe..
Salmon, Pilot llread, Crackers, and Cake, Medium
llread la Cases.
BOIT.EB IiINSEED PAINT Oil..
Raw Linseed Paint Oil. Wairented the pure Article
Lard Oil, for Lubricating. Cases of bplrlt Tur
pentine. Atlantic Lead, In package of t lb, and
upward or U) lb. Paint Uruike in great
variety. All of wblclovlll be sold at Price by
an If v BULLES A CO.
Vacuum Pump .
"MB UNMEMH-NEB N4VE J CUT BE-
U. CKIVKD per Amy Turner, rrou Bojioa.a full M
sortmsiu of UM e.lbrud Puto. whlcn ar guaian
tiMdiab.cB.up4r and Utter thM say otkr (tilt ol
pump Imporud. W. call Ik. IUBa of plaausr, partic
ularly U) lb Vtcuunt Pump, which I law cpUtt.
and mors rvkW bMstMf puup
IUW lilf O. llMEWEE CO,
TnE small-pox introduced on the island of Kauai
from Honolulu some timo since spread consider
ably. Every effort is being made to restrict it to
ita present limits by au effectual quarantine.
Ma. Ca-ifde's now building in Fort street U
going up rapidly, and we are glad to notioe that
buildcni seem to be more considerate towards tho
publio aa to occupying the foot and roadways than
qad been their custom recently,
Messbs. Lewehs it Dixon havo moved into their
new premise) in Fort street, Tho store is fitted
with every convenience, including a powerful lift
working from the basement to the upper floor,
telephone connection, etc., and all that skill and
enterprise can effect.
It baa been decided by the Trustees of Oahu
College to re-open the institution next Monday,
' thn 7th liiaL All scholars who have) been vac
cinated or are not living in exposed localities will
be admitted. This school la not under the jurisdic
tion of the Board of Education.
A picnic waa given on Saturday last to the choir
boys of the English congregation of St. Andrew's
Cathedral, now or nutmllr belougiua to the
Bishop's school. There wero seventeen youths
awembled, and an omnibus and four provided and
tha party proceeded to Maunalua. Several udie.
and gentlemen of toe congregation accompanied
the p-irty, which in spit of an ocoaalonal shower
proved a very enjoyable outing.
Ova friend the Gautts haa misinterpreted aa in
Mppoaitig that w aald the " PiraUa of Fiahen
and " Pinafore" vera vrittea by tha aaate author
a those who prodaeed " Hawaii, or t Banting
OoM ." We ud the Utter mtite eemetly
aa the Chrus not44jr at the tshiasfrca, and
then, atar U , added that the fenr,to
nieces, which vmbslu flayed at the Theatre
Comiqoe, wre both by tha m aut-re wgh
la also coneat.
Mortuary Repcrt far rebraary, 1881.
"" Sex, Nationality, 5
Age. o 8 . 5 " JE , a
A . C . , o o w
Undertyear ,'.., 6 W 1 1 1 13 4
rrom I to o i.., 4 4 8 , 8 3
' B to II ,. .. 1 II
" 10 to n , .... 6 3
i!0 to )...-. 7 7 1) 3.. ....It.. 14 3
" i) to 411..! 10 4 & ., .: ,. .. ,. II 6
" 40 to 60.., 6 3 7 ,. .. ,1 I..., U 3
"DOtnGO 1.. 1 , .. .. 1 1
"WtoTO. 1 : ... I 8..
Over To a '.' r, i 3
Total ,.. 5 S7 1 a "i 1 "s 1 ifi
otherwise never would b
thai In the tint distant fu
a Intimately associated with tho city of Hacrumi nto rut
are the Are and life Insurance companies of Connecticut
with the pleaanl city or iiartroru, anu we can nssnre
our reader that the company to controlled by the most
tellable business men of the State, and It affair con
ducted with economy ability and lntegrity-A(. 7e.
OrncK or Insun.xc Cox-issiosr.il, I
HAM Fhaxcisco. Dec. 10, )!, f
Wm. 0. OoulJ, Esq., Secretary S. f Department ,
raeitlc Mutual L(f Inrurant Company Tizak Sim In
answor loyour favor of thl date. Introducing,. Mr. Pur
,.t irm nn hi-half nf the Pacific Mutual Llfo Insur
ance Company, of California, who 1 aliuni vl.ltlngtliri
Sandwich Islands In Ihe Interest of the Cumpapy, ask
ing the condition of tho Company, 1 have to say that at '
ihu last omclal eiamliiation maae py ma in ian i,is.
It wa lu a sound and solvent condition, with valid as
sets amounting to ii.i.,,oj
policy holder, of f3l.,tS4l S3,
r mAii ..lii that, betnp -nlea.
business rnanagrment. J have taken oat aipollcyot lu.
urance on my own hid hi s.iu vuuiy.uj.
yoUr.v.ryr..p.cttB..y. MAySAJ(D -
S5 jm Insurince Commissioner.
seta amounting to f 1.177,71-) , aud a surplus as, to
licy nomer. or SJri.iwo as, ,
I will add that, being pleaed with II condition ana
WILL ATTEHU T4 MI4JHAK4IIK4, t 4. ,
SELSfrum Foielgu Port. Weighing of Sugar
and other produce, Oatc. at O, W Maefarlane 4 (.o
(Jueen Street. 21 .lm ,
TN THE NEW MASONJO
M. Bnlldlng, corner of Quen and Kort st.
CnneiliiTiva MosvllLr MoBTAtlTT.
Feb., 1S77, Ueath, 87 Fb lbatl, Death, M
Consumption., ,, 8
Cholera Infantum 1
Debility ,,..,..,.,. -
Dropsy. i... a
Hemorrhage ..,.....,,,, 3
Heart lllsesse, ,,.,.,.., 3
Oacsk or Death.
v ar. Tf jaat
RM BE1MMAWT ABB' XT jJIEEW' KKH.y
4j or at Ward's Dray Stand, ul.r for sal , , ,;.,
Fire Wa, Ckmrooal, Halt m Hfclte Siuid,
I . i
ONE COTTAGE AND T.OT, COIN '
oer of Lunelllo and Fllkol mti. to lie, bad pit
easy terras. For partlcahu .nqalM 'J',' ,
XI t H. II. HOLE.
JnitM IX. nieowir.
Agent iloard of Heallh.
Health Department, Honolulu, Feb, 38, 1M1.
Bepobt or the Doaud or Health roa the Weee
ENDINO MABCII 4, AT 3 V. M
Kinall-nox use renorted ainca data of last re
port, KI previous cases, 168 j total, IB7 eases In all
Ocaths sdice un Weeilt Uut i
Nawailebua, died at KaumakapUl, ihl
Mokuhanbeo and 1'olaui at tha Quarantine Bea
pitalt Kaianuiat Kamakelai KahaleJaanM
nail Jno. Sylva at Kapuukolot lUiMhtvTaaa
Chow Foo, Kaloa, Makuahins, iOaVki. ",
Keakaku, Nahlnu, Kahooheuio, Lukanela, nia,
Meeui, Hakalelenoni, Laakapa, Kanabihak, Mas-.
lionua, neoni, tua, noaiii, neaionaiavuoi.
Keeaumoku, Lucy Foona, Kaahl, Keawe
tnakani. Pan. Keawe. If aulloa. Nataaai
lilii Kaku. Kikoand Kel(3Bouthllealiaaia)
di4 at Quarantine HoeaaiulNus-haf a Saalha,
ti t previona aeauta, tout .
Planed in onarantine eineeU
their own reaiilanaa. at aaaeber in awafaBMaa at
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dsllrered In quanlles to suit,
AT ONX DOIXAR at IMPOUND.
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rantiae, l'J: dead, ill Mai TU. quaraBtine
this date 16. i. A. HaaataoM, Sea.
Mortgagee's Notice of Iateatiqn. to
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tnortgag. deed, dated th aath day of JJtcmber, W),
mad. by Keaeoo (k) of lloaoka. Dlttrltl of llatuakna,
in the island of Hawaii, too. Alkanaka of lb Mine
place, of record In th oc ot th. Heglsirtrpf Cpnvryi
ancea, In liber 98 on put a It ao4 IT. and for breuUi of
ih. condition In tela morigH deed Contalriel, that
sll aad singular tb. lands, lenTmeat. beredltamenls
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