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BY E. P. ADAMS.
Ilr order nf Cniitnln Chr. IOritngc.
MONDAY : : MARCH 28th,
At III o'clock noon, at Half Hootn, I will offer
at I'nlillc Auction,
All the right. Iltle ml Interest of Christian 1,'Orange
In ttie Valuabln Kstale lit Maluwao, .Maul,
known as the.
WITH AM. T)ir.
Ami Hugnr Cano Thereon.
SCHEDULE OF PROPERTY
tn the Illstrlct of Makanan, Island of Mntil. comprising
n portion nf the l.lllknl I'lnnlMlon
LANDS HELD IN FEE SIMPLE.
I tTB seres, more or left, being lot known as West
2ml 1 1 S-ft acres, mine or less. In tio 111 of Kokomo,
tnt 100 seres, morn or le. known as the 100 acre lot of
.Miner's wihkI land, In t.lliknl, leased hy 0 K.
Allnrrlii Delemar nnd Boilers; linn, Ave years,
from February U, 1S7S, with the privilege nf 85
years additional Annual rental, $J, payable
lll every six months
2nd 771 S-K) acres, known as tho " Ijind nf l.lllknl,"
leased by (I. Miner to Delemar anil Armstrong,
esni(", acres, term, rile years, from Kehy. I,
l7rt, wllh the. privilege nl M years. Yearly
renin), JWiOj payable semi-annually In ainance,
In Installments of IUD each. The lease pro
vides that the lean a have the right of purchas.
Ing the whole of l.lllknl (7H0 acres, more or
less) at any time during the term of tlm lease
3rd 272 acres, more or less. In 1'nnwela. Ilamaknaloa,
li.ipcd hy I) Criiwnlngliurg and others to h.
Ilclcmar .t Co, saving I acre of house lotTcrm
five yiars, from January 1st, A. I). IN?,, with
the privilege of extending term lo SS years.
Anneal rental $'li pajable In advance In
equal half-yearly payments.
Tho Waters and Water Rights,
Granted or secured to Delemar A Co.
1st Hy agreement of Delemar A, Co. with Haiku Hugar
Company, dated July 111, 1S75, and recorded In
the Hi glairy of Deeds In book 40, pages 210, 211
2nk Hy lease from Kaahlkl to Delcmir & On. nnd
Haiku Hugar Company, recorded lu snlil Hegla
try In book 18, pages 1'J'iiinil lll.
3rd Hy lrase from I'nu ct nls, to same, recorded In
said lteglstry In hook 18, pages W nnd 210.
Hh Hy lease from Iliiluole to samo, recorded In said
lteglstry, In hook 17, pnges Hand II.
T.Atwl In Ttrtinl Tnte,it. "Vn .TT.ft. lieM lir mortpaee Cnn
" " : :. " ' .. ,.:-i "": " .,.i
vevanco from Kauiiena to K.
In book M), pages 206 nnd 2U7.
Land" held In fee simple,'.
Total 917 3-10
Total annual rental of Leaseholds, exclusive of
rantal for water right $1,342 U
2? acres of Plant Cane nnd 00 acres of Itattoons to
come oft" In August, 1881 Ul acres ol Plant Cnuc nnd 13
acrts of Ilattoons to come off In July. lhSi. Tho plant
cane taken oft" during tho pnt two jenrs nveraged 2i
tons per acre. The growing crop la in goon conuiuon.
Upon tho properly arc
TWO DWELLING HOUSES,
2 Cottages, 1 1 Laborer's Houses,
1 Cook House, 1 More Houac,
1 Carpenter's Shop, 1 Stable, 1 Tool House.
7 Horses and 1 Colt, 30 head of Cattle,
5 Ox Carts, 1 llorso Cart, 1 Wheelbarrow,
2 Harrows, 2 Cultlxatore, I Plows,
1 Keed Cutltr, ITI Yokes, 25 How s,
10 Chains, 20 Jloes, It Spades, 15 Picks,
2 Hay Korks,3 0os,8Cnno Knlies,
2 Orlnd Stones, 1 Chest Carpenter's Tools,'
5 Stocs, 1 bcale, IPO Fcnco Posts,
1UO0 Ibif. Wire, Ac., Ac.
P5Tor further particulars apply to Capt. Christian
(L'Orangc, Makawao; or
E, P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
Land on Maunakea St.
By older of H.H.Dnle.Esq.. Attorney for the Executors
y of the will of Admiral William lleynolds. late of
nvnnigvun, u j. uvi.vi.evm
At 12 noon, at Sales Hoom, 1 will sell at public
auiciou, mm v .-
Piece of Land
With the Buildings Thereon,
On the Walk Irldcof
Maunakea St., Honolulu, Oahu.
""Now occupied hy Mr. Humphreys,
frontage of about 20 feet and a depth of about
E, I. ADAMS, Auct'r
- Br Order of the Trustee of tho Katate of Lunalllo,
t - i
I WILL HELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
ON MONDAY, HA110H 28th, 1881,
AT 13 O'CLOCK NOON. AT SALESROOM,
That valuable piece of Land with the llulldlngs tl.'ereon,
on tho comer of queen and Kurt streets, Houolulu,
known as tho
Hudson Bay Premises,
'naluTF. frpnt.e of IM feet cm Fort street and 16J feel
311 iuceii street. ItreaBlVU squaro fathoms. Iltle,
pana2ud of ltojal Paliul Ui!)5.
This property Is situate In the center of Ihe business
portion of Honolulu, and present, an opportunity for
profitable Investment which is rarely uflered.
A House Lot at Kakaako,
NEAR FISHERMAN'S POINT,
Comprising one-founh of an acre and fronting on the
taibor. Title, ltojal I'aUutTUt; award, Si apsna, 1.
1 Two bousa lota in Honolulu, on the niakal side of
iln. aueet next east of the AllloUnl House. Title,
IwtW MT, Apana T, Kojral Patent sow, i" .
ALSO, IN LAHAINA, MAUI,
Lot In Puako, Lalialna, Including au area of S niuara
Ji; Title AwaidluM, HovaUatinlMAJ, to Polea,
S5d frini liunan and Pupuia lo Lunalllo, lu liber J),
Plufkuow?!i Lol Nul, mostly Ulo land, in Uliatiu,
few! USWrf tt & .r5
ligalnerJou. Tltl, Award to Lunalllo,
Plans ud furlb.er oaillculara cau be had by appllca-
' js, l ADAMS. AuclV
A U0T ION S A I j KS .
BY R P. ADAMS.
SAJLE Or JLEASE
... OF ..
Lands at Manoa Valley !
Belonging a the Estate nf Chas, Long
TJII'nSDAY, : : MAKCI! 31st,
At 13 o'clock noon, at Sales Itmim,
The undersigned Is Instructed by the Administrator
of Ihe shove Kstale and guardian of the children of the
late Chas Long, with tho concurrence of Ihe widow, In
offer for sale,
A I.cne for n term nf Tr-n Venn,
I'rom the 1st April, IHHI, of
All tho Lands in Mnnoa Valley,
Belonging to the I'.'tale, comprising nboul PS acres of
Kalo nnd Kula Lands. Kent piyntdo semi
annually In adianre
Partleulara may he Ind ny niplylng lo 1". A SOIIAK.
Fi:it, Ksq., Administrator) nrlo
V.. I'. ADAMS, Attcfr.
REGULAR USH SALE
FRIDAY, : : : AI'KIL 1st,
At 10 A. M. nlNnlls) Itilom,
LINE OF NEW GROCERIES
j:. P. ADAMS, Auctr.
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS
PABTIES IN HONOLULU"
Or other pnrta of the Island,
CAN 1IAVJ1 TIIKIK 1
Orders Filled at Lowest Rates
I!y application to Mr. K V A I)A5ls, rjuceo Street, who
has our lJescrlptlveCiitulogue wllh l'rlcis.
ON HAND AT THE STORE OF L.W. HOPP
Black Walnut Bedroom Sets,
15 1 lick Wnlniit Sitlcbunrds,
llluck Will n lit Dining Chairs,
Ouk Cune Sunt Dining Chuiia,
Cctlnr Itcdroom Sets,
E. P. ADAMS, AGENT FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
TO PLANTERS AND OTHERS
I IlEQ TO NOTIFY
Planters and the Public
THAT I AM FHEPARTEO TO
FURNISH PLANS AND ESTIMATES
Steam Portable Tramways,
With or Mlthout Cars and Locomotives,
Specially adapted for Sugar Plantations
Steam Ploughing nnil Cultivating Mnchincry,
Traction Knginert mul lloail Locomotives,
Locomativea or nny gnuge of Kaihny,
Fortnblo Engines for nil purposes,
"Winding KngincH for Inclines.
MESSRS. JNO. FOWLER Sc CO.,
Of Leeds, England, hnm I represent, hac supplied
Portable Hnlhiajs for hngnr Plantations in Cuba, Trini
dad, Demarara, Peru and .Mexico, for all of n hleh places
thir hale supiillid btiam Ploughing Marhlnery.
They havcal.o during tho lost 1.1 years inannfacturul
Locomotives for Itailujs in Great Britain and the Col
outes, India, Mexico, Ceylon, Eirypt and Peru, from XI)
tnch gauge up to 6 feet 3 inch finite, and suited for all
kinds of tracks and tralllc-
They have supplied the Oo ernments of Great Drilalc,
Germany, Russia and Italy nlth Traction Engines
uhtch have glten ocry satisfaction, us well as lari'e
numbers for prhnto use.
Any communications to be addressed to R. II. Fowler,
care of V. L. Green, Esq., or U. W. .Macfurlano L'o.,
Honolulu, who will act as their Agents.
Catalogues, with illustrations, models and photo
graphs of ihe utono plant and machinery may bu seen
ui me iniice (I u. i . jiaciari ane ,v i.o.
R. II. FOWLER, for
JXO. FOWLER CO.
U. n. I propose io visit tlio dllferent Islands during
he next fow weeks, nnd shall be pleased In glo any In.
lormatlou with regard to the application of lhudiderent
styles of tho Hboe machinery to each locallt).
ii it. 11. 10WLER.
a. xxr alian
TELEPHONE COMPANY !
INC'ltltlMiKATKII ii:c. ai, 1HHO.
H. A. WIUEMA'N..
S. Q. WILDER
C, O, HERtlER
.SlCUEIAUV JkNU T'HCASUltKH
Wi: AUK MOW KIll'AKKIt Til NKI.I. OK
rent to the public forprhate purposes only, com
plete outAts of Telephonic Instrumeiiis of the latest
pattern 6, liicludlui; the celebrated lllake Trunsinilter.'
We lll also furnish estimates to erect prlialeTele
phonic lines on the other Islands. For particulars,
apply to C.0, 11EROER. '
HI.' '.D Om Bec'y llaallan Dell Telephone Co.
STEAM ANDJVATER PIPE.
Wo would call tho attention of those requiring Piping
to our large stock of
154,000 Feet On Hand!
lll.tck Weldeil Steam Pipe U to T In. diameter.
Ualiaulted Water Pipe H lo.'l lii,d(uuiet(.r,
(.V 1 ho above at Moderate Prices,
THE HONOLULU IRON WORKS COMFY
The Germania Market
AN IIKKM TIIOIKIIUIII.Y IIKMIV A T KU,
and Is now constantly In receipt or the best of
BEEP, MUTTON', VEAL A.1 L.VJIB,
From Choicest Herds.
Pork Sausages, llolo.'iias, Head Cheese, German
Sausacrs, tvc.,aln ays hand, as also the best of Poultry
Our Meats are all cut and put up In Eastern style. All
orders faithfully atteuded lu, and delivered lu any pail
ot tho city.
ITtlin RAUPP i. hOHlIABEK. Proprietors.
nv Mas. h. r. jrnu,
JUST ItECElVKl), A SKCOXD
Supply of the aboio iuterestlng books, at
T1IOS. fl. THRUM'S.
'.T lm Fort Street Store.
FJIANK H. AUSTIN & C().,
Commiuion Merchants and For
OlMce No. SO California St., Sob Francisco.
Consignments from the llavtatlan Islands desired.
The lit t Price Warunled, and bales (luaranteed.
HIM 4 ly .
WH.I.ATTKNB Ttt HIWMAKUINU VEM
BKLUfrom Koielgn Torn. Weighing of Hngar
and other produce, (Jce at 0,'W Macfarlan A Co
tjueeu Btreet. S 3a
orricK roK menu
IN THK NKW MASONIC IIAI1I1
Ualldlug, corner of liueen nit Fort 'A'- WJlJ?
AU0TJ0N SAL liS.
BY BARTOW & TUCKER.
Al New Sales Room of llnrtow.t Tucker,
TfESDAV, : : MAHCII 'J!)tli,
At 11 o'clock a. m , will be sold
Lot of Useful Furniture
AND PERSONAL ErrECTS.
IinnilOOM I'URNITURn,-ncdsteads, rturran, Wash
stand, Wnrilrohe, ,e.
HirriNO ROOM FURNITURE-Tablrs, Easy Chairs,
Louniie, Pic Hires, Ac,
PERSONAL i:rFECT.S-VaIuable Gold Watch and
Chain, Clothing, Ac,,
And othor Fancy Articles.
1IARTOW A TUCKER, Anctloneers.
At Our Now Sales Room,
feit door to W. O. Irwin A, Co.
THUHSDAV, : : : JWAHUII 3 1st,
At 10 o'clock A. M will be sold,
Goods and Clothing,
AND A LINK OF
Consisting in pnrtns follows!
Tins Peneh Hotter, Apple Hotter, Assortrd Jams,
Table ami Pie Krnlls, llnknl Macrnroiit.
llolniitii Sausage, lluast thlrki n.Sall Mackerel,
I'ormd Ileef, lleail Cheese, Lunch Tons
lose Syrnp. Assorted dickers, Oystirs,
Lima Ilfntis. Itoneless Hmokld llerrlnvs. Mnstartl.
Hollies I'lcMes, (lioiinil Pepper and Sage.
'alls of Lanl, Hags Com Mini, lliixra Tea, Ch
Hdcon. Hairs Whi-at. Hoxes C'anillis.
Iloe Het Vellow Hnan,3lbira Inliorj lloxcs Tobaccos
Spanish Saddles, Ac, Ac.
fjJT'For further particulars see Posters.
HAltrOW A TUCKER. Attcfrs.
M:roTT,ii; pi.ixo, a uoon
RARTOW & TUCKER,
MULES AND HORSES.
fBi. oitii:itN wii.f, nt: i(:ri:ivi:i nv
s3n?i the undersigned for the purchase of Mules and
firxff Horsi s, and persniinl nlluillnn given by a per
, J ) son In Han I'raiiclno to sehcllng nnd pur
chasing tho same according to order given.
1IA1UOW .t TUCKER.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Valuable ns nn linrstmeiit.
Rented to good tenants for a long pirlod. llulldlngs In
good repair and pleasantly located. Apply to
RARTOW A TUCKER.
MM'A KT.NEItSIII V NOTICE.
THK UXJ)KUSK.NKD IIAVK EX
lered Into copartnership for the transaction of n
(leneral Auction and Commission Huslness, under ihe
firm nainoof llarton A Tucker, to data from March 1st,
1NJI. C. S. HA1UOW,
HII J O. TUCKER.
FOlt SAN FIlAiSClSCO.
The Pine American llrlg
W. H. MEYER
' HOWE, MASTEL,
Will have anickDispatch for theabovePort
For 1'rclght or Passage, apply to
C. IIREWER A Co , Agents.
The A 1 Steamship
" T vn T A
91UI) tons Register,
Due hero on or about Saturday, the 10th Instant,
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Fort.
For Freight or Passage, npply to
811 WM. O. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
FOE SAN F11ANC1SCO.
Tho Fast galling llarkcutlnc
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Fort.
Tor freight or pustago, apply
THEO. II. DAV1EH. Agent.
NEW YORK AND HONOLULU
rW: AHK1TS OF THIS IMiPCf.AR T.IXK,
JL Messrs, W. II. Croisnmn A Ilros , o. 118 Cham
ber Street, New York, will dispatch n first class vessel
the latter part of May or larly In June for this port.
Parties desiring to ship hy this faiorito line will for
ward their orders early, to secure the n;cessary room.
r reigtil at low cat rates.
CASTLE A COOKE,
811 3m Agent" In Honolulu.
From Honolulu to Hilo Direct.
The A 1 Clipper Schooner,
Will sail from Honolulu to Hllo direct, and will call at
Intermediate Ports on the return trip.
For Freight or Passage,
apply to tho Captain on hoard,
i oh or
A. ruAiMv uuuai., Agcni.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
THE MPLEKIslIs NTKAMHHIF
CITY of NEW YORK
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about Monday, March 14.
TOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND!
THK NI'I.r.XIII HTKAMNHII-
On or about Saturday, March 19
For t're'ght and Passage, apply to
831 an. 11. HAC1CFKI.D A CO., Agents.
JuuiU tor Nlilineiil iter Ntcnmer cull now
Ue, Ntureit, frt'O ul Cllnruc. Ill Hie 'l rs.iruul
WnruUuniMt ni'iir tliti Nlrnuivr Mlinrf.
A. FRANK COOKE
" AC1ENT I'OR THK FOLLOWINQ COAHTKliSi
Wallolo, f? Mnlolo
Waloll. MM xaiiu,
Wniohu, 4r?AW Wnimnlu,
Gfin. Slesal sssttsaBii Kalunn,
FI.A(l-R;d with While Hall. Onicn-Comer of Qneen
Mi and Niiuanil .Streets, 1
BREWER A CO'S
BOSTON LINE OF PACKETS
Till'. FISH At BARK
sAffWfroiii May 13th to Jiiue 1st next. Orders for
jSsUC (loods by Ibis esscl should leave, hero on or be
fore April tlth. For further particulars apply to
'S-WVl'-'ni r- O. UltKVlKll CO.
PLANTERS' UNE KjR SAN FRANCISCO
jt O. Brewer Co. -Agent.
JEbV Merchandise received Murnice free.
and liberal cash advances inad on sblnmrnU by I his
U, UKEVYMllC liU.
ROSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE I
u O. Brewer Co.-Agentt.
Herser tfanll ssniinim.infi t llunVI Km
mil fnr storiju and thlnmrnl nf Oil. uone. W
Md and other Mrchftuilla to New Ilfdrunl, Boston,
New York, and other Kaittm Port, t VCash advanrts
m4d. TbO ly C. ItUGVlt A CO.
Jut to hand Xs "EweVm," and (or Bale by
lOOMla. Prlwe PIsatstloa Slww
At Ihe Loicmt Morktt Kale.
THKO. H. PAVIM
HOLLISTER & CO.
IIEO LEAVE TO
INFORM THE PUBLIC
Tlmt Ihnf linvo moved Into tltnlr
NEW ANJ) COMMODIOUS STOIIK.
In the Flic Proof Unlldlng
NO. 00 NUUANU, STREET,
Three doors below their old stand, where may bo found
tho most complete assortment of
Drugs, Ohomicals & Toilet Articles
i. tiii: 'irv.
Among a few of their Upeclillles may bo found a Pull
rl lock of
The Crown Goods
Perfumes, Soaps, Cosmetics,
AND Till', CELEHRATKI)
Opaline Face Powder.
These floods' received Ihe highest award at the late
Hydncy Inhibition ovir all other competitors,
A X A 11 G JJ A S 8 OUT ME NT
OF JOHN OOSNELL'S
Hair and Tooth Brushes,
Cnnicllhio for tho Complexion nnd Teeth,
LUBIN'S AND PINAUD'S
Soap Cosmetics and Face Powder,
Especially adapted tn this climate.
A Full Lino or
Humpliroy'8 Homeopathic Specifics,
Carbolic Acid and Chloride or Lime, for disinfect
Agents for F, Lorillard & Co's Celebrated
Tobaccos, and Drawing Boom
Tobacco and Cigarettes,
Buchanan & Lylo's Tobaccos,
Which wc have lately Introduced here, and which Is
rapidly growing Into fuior and demand.
WM. S. KIMBALL S CO'S VANITY FAIR
TORACCO AND CIOARKTTES,
Which are so well known all over the world as to need
no comment from us.
Goodwin & Co's Old Judge
TOBACCO AND CIOARETTES,
ALWAYS IN DEMAND!
Among our One Hundred brinds of CIOARS, wo
would call especial attention to the
The Favorite Red Brand, Pedro Murios,
The Fragrant Stump.
They also continue to manufacture
Soda Water in all its Branches.
Together with their
B e 1 f a,s t Ginger Al e.
Havo J tut Received a Large
STOCK OF GOODS,
-: 332K. i-
Besides our usual full assortment of merchandise, e
would call attention to the. following Hems:
OIL! OIL! OIL!
The standard brands, Noonday and Downcr'a, fresh
from the Rellncr'.ce. '1 lie .Noondaj Oil Is of high tet
and Is now considered Til. IltJl't 1'AJUL.i OIL
lo he had In the market.
LARD OIL in cases nnd in barrels,
LUBRICATING OILS-Low Priced-Castor Oil,
Neats Foot Oil, Cylinder Oil, Cheap Japan for
Smokestack nnd iron work'.
Hall's Steel Plows,
A full line from No. 0 to No. 15, Ith extra Shares and
Handles. A full car load direct from Mollnc.
Hairs Hickory Trash Forks,
A new article, made for turning trash. Please
order samples to try.
Hall's Cano Planters or Covorers,
A new tool for covering cane seed after being
placed in tho furrow; with it one man
can do the work of three.
Barstow Stove Company's Celebrated
Stoves, Eanges and Cabooses,
Farmers' Caldrons, assorted.
STUB Fine Machinist's Tools,
Seine Twino nnd Fish Lines.
Hubbuck's Faints and Oils
Mafliiry's Colors In tins, for House or Coach Painting,
acknowledged by all good painters to bu the lltit Jtaili.
Water Tiltcrs. Ico Cream Freezers, Refrigerators,
Hydraulic Jacks, liftiim 7 tons 24 inches. Bur
dick's Foddor Cutters, Nails of every description,
Lock's of every description, Amoskeag Denims,
bv tho bale or picco ; Amoskeag Ticking, by the
POWDER Blasting, Giant nnd Hcrcnlcs, Snort
Powder from to 35 lb. tins, Giant Powder nnd
All for sale cheap by
E.O. HALL & SON.
IT Corinr Kluif mid t'ort Ntrrcbk
H. HACKFELD & CO.
OXTER FOR SALE
Of the Qeruian Dark
"ATA LA NT A,"
Wm. Sfohrmann, Master,
Jtut Arrived from Bremen, 122 dayi,
Consisting of a large assbrtiuent of
BTC, ETC,, ETC,
Orders from the other Island carefully txecuted by
H. HACKFELD 4. Co.
tl U lm
AIT, ACCOUN'lti JUK AND OW
INU to the rAcino commkuoial auvir-
TI8KK OfllH up to and Including the SUth day of August
most be .titled wllh J. II. Black only. All Indibleduess
.. II. BI.ACK
Honolulu, August , im, ur-a
MA Roil 20, 1881.
Unslnoss Aqrut's Nnllrc.
All adverllsemenU rorthe SjitfnnAT I'nfss must he
sent In by Friday noon Jfo Insertions fur the current
Issue can he guaranteed when sent In later.
Advertisers will mark Ihe number of Insertion" de
sired, from which dale they charge. Any not sd marked
will uo charged .1 months.
. TIIOS. O. THRUM, nnslnen AgcnU
" Imitation Id tlio slnccrcst form of flaU
tcry," Tlio Adttrthtr generally comcn out
flomo tioiir nftcr tlio l'nr.s.1, nnd Inst Baturdny
It wnn Inter tlittn ttniml,
It Cdiitnlncd nn extract frnm n Lonilon med
ical work, prcclncly identical with one which
wo had mndo curly in tlio week, though tlio
Ailterlhtr rIvca n tlllTcrciit litlo to tlio hook
from tlmt which wnii horno by tlio work from
which wo quoted. Tlio comment ntipomlcd
wns nlmost exnetly tlio unino nn oiim, tlio prin
cipnl (lifTcrcnco (icing tlmt in tlio Advertiser
it stood nhocf, nnd In tlio Piiksi Ubw tho cx
trnct, Wns this n chatico coiiicldcnco or a
Tin! (titirniitincd Clihmmcn promiso togivo
Homo trouble buforo wo nro rid of thorn. On
Tucmlny Mr. AfoiiK wont out to tlio tpinran
lino Htntioii, nnd wnn ncctiRcd by bin ciiiiutryincn
of Homo misrcprcsontiitiuiiR tnndo to them, nnd
woio it not for tho uid of tho Cliiticso con
Htnblo might hivo been roughly lintullcd; nn it
wim, forly odd Cliltmmcti broke out but woro
speedily lodged in tlio Station liouso, whero
tlioy wcro booh pacified, nnd returned
penccably to tho (tinrantino ground, two only
of tho ringlcadors being detained. On Tliiira
day morning it was proposed to rcmovo it
tiumbor of tlio Chiticio from tho Lydin to tlio
qtinrnntino grotiinlx on tlio rcof nnd at Fislior
iiiiiii'h l'olnt, but ng.iin somo mischief-makers
had been nl work, and tho inoti positively ro
fused to quit tho ship, kneeling, praying,
weeping ni.d crying out that they wcro tn bo
mndo slaves, nnd dcmniiding to bo taken back
to China. All tho efforts ol tho Onptain, Mr.
Koopmanschop nnd tlio doctor visiting tlio
HiiHI-pox patients on board, fulled to allay tlio
excitement, and nt otiu time tho slnto of nfTiiira
threatened to become very sorious, but by
degrees appears to havo calmed down. Still
tlio men refused to loavo tho ship, nnd on
going to press woro still on hoard in dcfi.inco
of all unlliorily.
Tun question of tlio advisability of this
Kingdom cntoring tlio Postal Union, to which
ncaily every civilized country in tlio world
belongs, has been engaging attention hero for
hoiiio time, and thero has been considerable
difference of opinion as to which would bo tlio
propor courso to pursue to remain ns wo nro
or enter tlio Union. Tlio United States Gov
ernment has notified thu Interior Department
of tliis Government that nt tho expiration of
six months, articlo 5 of tho postal convention
signed May 5th, 1870, will bo abrogated. As
it is this provision of tho postal convention
between tlio two countries that ennblcs us to
rccoivo our European mail freo of charge for
transcontinental conveyance, thero is now no
nltcrnativo but to enter tho Union or havo our
postage rates considerably increased. Tlio
nrticlo spoken of leads us follows:
AnTtOLEfi. Letters mailed in tho Hntvniian King
dom nnd addressed to countries boyondtho United
States, with vi hich tho United States hnvo direct
lxistnl relations, may bo forwarded through the
United States to their respective destinations, unb
ject to tho samo additional postage chargeH ns nro
naid bv tho inhabitants of tho United Stales to
such countries, which, in nil cases whero prepay
ment is obligatory in the United States, may bo
paid by tho senders in the Hawaiian Islands, by
nfllxing uncancelled United Stntcs postage stnmps
of Huflicient value to effect such prepayment.
On the other hand, prepaid letters from foreign
countries, received in nnd forwarded from tho
United States to tho Hawaiian Kingdom, shall bo
delivered in said Kingdom freo of nil charges
whatsoever j nnd letters received in tho Hawaiian
Kingdom from tho United States, addressed to
Micronesia or ncighborim islands, will be for
warded to destination, subject to tho same condi
tions ns nro applicable to correspondence orifrin
ating in tho Hawaiian Kingdom nnd addressed to
TOPICS OFTHE DAY.
A fow days npo wo glnnccd linstily throufih n
book recently published by Hnrper A Brothers,
nnd of which wo hnve Been frequent notices in
American papers. The book is " Tho Boy Travel
ers in the Far East," a talo nf tho adventures of
two youths in a journey to Siara nnd Java, with
descriptions of Cochin China, Cambodia, Sumatra
and tho Mnlay Archipclnfio, and is written by
Thomns W. Knox. The book contains 41R illus
trations, representing scenes in thoso distant
lands. The second illustration in the book, we
recognized as one used a fow years ago in Harper's
Magazine, to ropresont a students' parlor in Vussar
College, in the State of New York, nnd another
among tho first pages which is given as represent
ing " Frank's Dream," was uuco used in the same
mngazino to illustrato one of Jean Ingclow's
poems. Turning over a little further ne noticed
that tho illustrations of tho ruins of 'Wngkon
Wut nro the same as thoso in Vincent's " Land of
the Whito Elephant," but tho uioit bare-faced
theft in the book is nn engraving spoken of ns
"Stone with ancient sculptures," and reputed to
havo come from thebo ruins, but which is in fact
tho famous " Calonder stono of the Aztecs "
found in the ruins of Mexico, which once npieared
in llatper's Moiilhli. A " House in the suburbs of
Oodong," is represented by nn entrr.n ing of tho
residence of King George of the Tonga Islands,
nuil a " View near l'nknam" is also n scene in the
South Sea Islands. "A forest scene in Siam " nnd
n "Scene in n sninll canal nenr Bnngok," havo
both douo sorvico in llatjiers' Magazine, m illus
trating scenes in Florida, mid n view of the mouth
of n river on tho coast of Siam is ronlly the mouth
of tho St. John's ltiver in Florida. A cut showing
the "Haunts of son-birds on the Siamese coast is
thu samo that was used to show tho haunts of soa
birds on tho Farallou Islands, in NnrdhofTs work
on California nnd tho Sandwich Islands. Four
other illustrations taken I rom Nordhoffa book are,
n cut of tho King's l'alncu in Honolulu, which is
made to represent nn Eistern " bungalow;" a view
of Diamond Head mid Wiiikiki-kni, which is given
as n representation of ntrndiug station on the
const of Sumatra ; the King's i'ulnce nt Wnikiki,
which represents a "scene near Siiignixire ; " nnd an
illustration of the crater of Kilnueu, which does
duty fur a "monster volo.mo" in Java. Anceuo
along thu lino of a railway in Java vwis used many
ears ngu ns a scene on tho J'auania i uili-oatl; a cut
of a largo suako charming a bird, will bo familiar
to all who have read l'aul Duchaillau's travels ip.
equatorial Africa ; scones of colleu plantations in
Java would do vory well if they had not onoo been
used to illustrate like scenes in Brazil i "climbing
tho mountain in Macassar" we rvcoguizo nsone of
the most striking illustrations in a book of trau'U
in tho Andes Mountains in South America, a pros
pectus of which was published in llaiptt'e Maya
line. Wo noticed many other illustrations in this
book given us louajiue scenes of what they nro
mndo to represent, which wo have formerly sueii iu
Harptn Magazine, representing scenes in South
America, Africa, iloruU, thu Hawaiian Islands,
Central America, South Son Islands, the West
India Islands, the Atlantic coast of tho United
States nnd tho coast of California. The author
acknowledges that he ha used some of the Illus
trations 01 Vincent's "Land of the Whito Elo
pliant," and says in the preface t "The publishers
havo kiudly allowed tho uso of sumo illustra
tions th it havo already appeared in their publica
tions relative to the 'Fnr East,' iu addition to
thoso specially prepared fur this volume," leaving
'the reader la infer that all nro Eastern scenes.
The nbterving rendor who had not seen these
eiiuraviuus before would undoubtedly bo irazilid
to account for tho difference in vegUatiou, dress
of the people, olc, shown on opposite pages, and
all supposed to be from tho same place and iven
children would wonder to sea the queer-shaped
boats of the "Fnr East," the dug-outs nf Florida
and tho Hawaiian cauoea, with outriggers, nil
represented in this book. It U the greatest " sell",
of the kind we have ever seen iwrpetrated, ud
Mr. Kuox has borrowed so much, in foot, from
others, that we are strongly inclined to believe
that he U an "easy chair traveler," who has never
seen any country but hit own, and very little of
that. Moat books are intended to instruct thU
out aetua to do tnieiuieu to rmaieau.
Tumi will be a, meeting at the. Bethel vestry at
7 JO p. it. this evening, to which all are cordially
invited, particularly thoae who are interatod in
the cause of temperance. Ladies as well ea gentle
uieu, it ia hoped, will come to confer on thu sub
ject of vital pressing importance to every one in
Now that the daya are Browing longer, would It
not he well to have the Saturday afternoon Band
Concerts begin at 4 at) r. M. instead of 4 o'clock, ao
as to give mechanic, olerka and other an oppor
tunity to attend and enjoy the mu-o I
MOTES Or THE WEEK.
Tnr. nntlvn who was lo havo liccn cxecntrd yrv
lerday morning for murder, ban been rcapltcd for
AM Inlercatlng rrHrt of Urn cnilan of tho mln
alonary vesiol.lfornJn5rrwlll bo found clmiwhero
in to-Uny's I'nrjw.
Trio now steamer Iimlani snllwl from this jiort
on her initial trip to Kona nnd Knu, Hnwnil, on
W, CCnointE, recenllyof llio California Then
tro Cominnv in Ilonolulii, la now playing in tho
California Tlicnlro In 8111 Frnnclscu,
Tim Inxlynf tho young man Fain, brollicr-ln law
of Cnptiln tOrnnge, who wim drowned tieir Knat
Maui plniilntiou rocoutly, wns found 011 tho 1.1th
Wb notleail Hint on tlio 2-JJ Inat.. nil llio Govern
went nnd Omanlar llagi wero hofstrd in honor of
llio Hltli birth-day of tho grand old Emperor of
Laht Wednoailay's ls.uo of tho r.UU comes out
mlnm tho"lioiof tlm week," I'orlmpi tho Chief
rnbrlcnlornf Hint print hat gono off to tho limbo
Of tho EnllRhtoiitir.
ANUMnrnof tho ladles of Honolulu meet nt tlio
Fort street church on Thursdays to row gnrmonts
for llio inifortnnalo mnal.ox pntienls on tlio reef,
Children's clothing is mint needed at tho present
Tub bark 1. C. Mutiny, which hiIImI for Bin
1'rniicisco InatKiturday carried thlrty-iilne whito
piatciigcra and a number of Chinean, nnd tho
stcnmiT Antliiilia brought forty-0110 to Oils jiort
The barks Alalaitla nnd tjniiy Lmnjinm nnd
brlgantliio Iltfperlnn sailed frnm tills jiort forHau
1'ranclsfo lait Wednesday. 'Ilia Alahmtu carried
thu mnll Hint was waiting for tho mail steamer
CVf 1 " Jftif 1'ork.
Tub ngpiits of tlio Oeriimn steamer LuiVn hnvo
given bomU to Ihooxtuntof sf(J,(J00 lo defray nil
licctsoiry exiienses that may uriso through tho
Chineso p.issengnrs brought hero by that vessel,
who nro now In quarantine.
Is tlio haheat cot put cano which camo np licforo
tho Biiprtmo Court this week, thu Court decided
that thu ordinance of 1881, relative to immigrants,
is n part nf tho law of tho land, nnd refused to
grant thu iwtitioti for release.
Tiihouoii tho oxerlioiis nnd clow nltrnlion of
Dr. Fitch, tlio smnll-pox on tho island of Knunl
has not been nlloued to spread buvotid tho dis
trict whuru it first nppuarcd. Up to tho 'J I til ioat.,
thero had been twenty cases mm five deaths,
Ovr.n fivo hundred Chinamoii hnvo been taken
from Honolulu to vnrious plantation 011 tlio other
Islands during tho weok. Thirty men and nino
wuiucti of tho South Sea Islanders who arrived by
tho I'omme worn nlso taken from Honolulu by tho
I.tkelike, for Ooknln Hawaii.
The Chinaman who w.11 confined at tho station
liouso for assialt on Captain Boss nt Wnlnnno,
made his cscapo ono evening this week, and has
not visited tho place sinco. It is not encouraging
to havo tlio public funds spent iu tlio capturo of
culprits that can't bo kept in confinement when
O.i tho ovming of tlio ir,th instant nt tho nnnnal
meeting of tho Amateur Musical Society, tho fol
lowing named persons woro chosen olllcers for tho
regular term of ono voir : President, F. A. Hnrn
den: Vice-President, A. T. Atkinson; Secretary,
J. Scarborough; Treasurer, Chnrles M. Cooko;
Director, II. Bcrgor.
The steamship Australia nrrived from Snn
Francisco last Monday, two days behind schedulo
time. She laid off tho harbor Homo time to mnko
inquiries ill regard to thu siiiall-jKix nnd anchored
outsido tho reef. She nfterwnrd camo Insido but
would not take nny passengers from this port to
tho Colonies. Shu brought no nows of tho City of
Xtw York nnd nothing is jet known hero of tho
We wcro glad to see tho steam rollor nt work on
tho newly melnlled part of tin- Nuuanu Avonuo.
Tho roller should nlwnvn bo applied ns onrly ns
possible after tho stones nre laid, otherwise tho
passing vehicles, which naturally follow as nearly
ns possible, each in tho tracks mado by its pre
decessor, soon displace tho road material before
it has had timo to bind, nnd mnko long rats or
tracks in tho now road.
Tnr following is tho programme for tho open
air concert iu Emma Square at 4 o'clock this
nf tcrnoon i
March The Hnntlns Call Fanst
Oierture The Village Dragoons.. (new) Malllart
(Juadrllle Vis a VU....(iicn) Czlbulka
llallad The Last Ollmnse of Krln..(ne) Moore
Oallon Bonn the lloid..(new) Harper
Selection Tho 1'lratcs of Pmzancc, (byrcquest)
TrtE fence on the lot belonging to tho Govern
ment on Berctnnin street opposite tbo residence of
Mr. Mny has projected on to tho sidewalk for
mouths. Somo weeks ago n bnilding was moved
on tho place, and the heavy beams used for tho
purpose have been lying on tho sidewalk ever
sinco, to tne great lnconventenco 01 pedestrians.
Had this been private property, somo ono would
have been officious enough to havo had theso
obstacles removed long ago.
Tjte Eceninq Bulletin of San Francisco nnd tho
Clothier anil FurnMitr of Now York each publish
ed the following item: At No. oOU Montgomory
street can bo seen an expensive suit of cloths, con
sisting of merely n dress oont and n pair ot
pantaloons, the cost of which, nevertheless, is
?700. The suit has been made for Col. W. N Arm
strong, one of the members of tho suit of King
Kalnkaua, nnd is for use on stato occasions. Tbo
front nnd borders of tho coat are ornamented with
n mass of gold embroidery, six or eight inches
wido, consisting of loaves nnd sprigs worked by
hand with gold bullion wiro. Tho pantaloons have
stripes formed of leaves of tho samo costly mater
ial. List Kiorrr n row occurred on beard of tho
steamer L'ldia between tho olllcers of tho steamer
and her Chineso passengers. The origin of the
trouble was that several Chinamen from shore
went off to the steamer in small boats nnd com
menced n conversation with her passengers, when
thoy w ero ordered off by the officers on board, nt
which the Chinamen on board took olfenco, nnd n
lively row was the result, which nt one timo looked
serious for the olllcers. Tho polico were soon on
bonrd, togother with n detnehmentof soldiers, who
soon quelled the disturbance. Several shots wero
fired and missiles thrown, without any serious re
sults. Order is now restored.
Tne Chinaman who was with Leong Lung when
be murdered Ha Leo in Pauoa valley was arrested
tho other dny in n building on King street nonr tho
stntion house whero ho had been concealed. Ho
is one of thoao who nrrived hero a short timo ngo
by tho bark Jlermine, Tho reward of J.iO offered
for his apprehension induced 0110 of his country
men to disclose his hiding placo. Loong Lung has
not yot ln'nn found. The Chineso residents havo
added $50 to tho amount of tho reward offered for
his arrest ; tho total sum now offered for bin ia
Sj;!00. Placards iu Chineso havo boon posted up
111 various parts of the town, corresponding witli
thoso In English nnd Native, describing tho mur
derer and stating thu roward offered for him.
One of the pissongora from this place to San
Francisco by tlio barkentino Ella pictures a most
deplorablo condition of the " pest-nddon " city of
Honolulu to the S. F. BulUtm, A portion of bis
storv is correct, but many statements nre untruo.
lie says : "All the ronds nnd paths leading out of
the city nre closely guarded, so that no ono can
lenvo for the interior br enter from the rural dis
tricts. Communication between one island mid
another in tho group is nlso strictly prohibited,
The mail steamers will not take anything on
bonrd except the mails, remniniug outside tho
reef to receive them. A largo portion of tho white
1 l. l.I, m. a fniiMHn n fntl vlitlln.. .r. .!. Oltn ..
IllIlUUIllllll-, 1VM4UIK . ..W..1MO -4. .MV DwUKV,
nro endeavoring to leave." What wo havo quoted
above is false, mid could not have emanated from
nnjonu having oven the most elastic regard for
The Pnrk proved Iho sourco of great attraction
on Saturday Inst to n goodly number of persons
who take an interest iu racing. Two events wero
het down 011 tho programme, and a third ouo was
arranged on tho field. The well-known pacers
Dan Itice nnd Defiance, both having n record un
der 2M, were matched lu inico to harness for a
Bum ot fMW, niiln heats, the lie.t three in five.
Dan was the favorite, nnd ha carried off tho first
heat in such magnificent stylo that odds of a to 1
were freely laid ou him winning ths race. The
tables were turned, however, aa Defiance
took the second, third, and fourth heat consecu
tively, nnd wns declared winner of the race.
Dr. J. Welr'a br. g. Defiance," Oieen 2,1.1.1
T. McUlellan'. b g. " Dan Illce," McClullin ..1,3,2,2
Tlino Jiwft ; sim aiau j viu.
The next event waa Dolly Vardeu against BU
mnrck, trotting to harness, the former in sulky,
and the latter in wagon, tho best two out of three,
milo henU. Dolly took the first heat in 2 min.
Kl sea, the best time aha has ever scored on thU
track. Bismarck, however, came oul in belter
form, winning .the second nnd third libaUas be
liked. Tho running raco between True Blue and
a roan mare resulted iu favor of the bitter, who
waa n strong favorite in the betting. Time, 'J min.
0)i second. The gousl time made la attributed to
the excellent atate tne iracK waa in. a moat en
joyable afternoon was spent by all who witneaeed
the sport, and aa the best norm won in each erne
without Hiiy dispute, money matters were quick
ly Adjusted to the eutire satisfaction ol the
Ex-Sa-iioa MoOorrix, of San Franciaco, who
wa recently in tbeae Islands, in speaking of labor
here to a reporter of the a F. (. aayai "It
ia true thai J waa pnctleally Use Am to eaaploy
white labor on large scale on the Island, and
ny eiperUuoe JiutiAed the calculations I made.
I foead with the cooiiea that there waa alwaya
abont per cent, of them that I etmld not aet w
uie Meld, nun as 1 boarded mew, mm mnmn m a.
not m wtw im unm.it-mi w wy ei-piey.
They wern on llio ground every tiny, worked wrll
nnd no satisfied was I with thorn that, After I had
planted over 100 ncrcs of cane, I mndo each of f ho
whites n gratuity of $10 nl Ihn expiration of their
conlrncls. I found thn eiperienco of oilier plant
ers relative lo llio Chlnene llio samo ns mi own.
Tho whito men nro fnr better worth f'JO per
month nnd lmnrd than llio Chinamen nrn worth
1 i." Six-ftklng of Honolulu, Mr. McCoppIn anvsi
" While Honolulu Is a very beantlfnl city, rinito
nnlnno In lis Iroplcnl cmlmwermont, I should re
gvrd It ns necessarily unhealthy from the rntlro
nlnenco nf drnlnngn with lis concomitants. When
epidemics, such ns mnnll.poi, measles, nnd the
llkn break out there, tho tnortnlity among tho
natives Is very prrnt, owing to tho careless habit
usual nmnng nborlginrs of tropical countries. Tho
nnllvos nro fast decrenalng, nnd tho Mongolian
element Isi so fast Increasing that thn Hawaiian
Islands must, In n fow yenra, completely pass nn
dor tho dominion nf tho Intlcr race."
Vrnr hcivy rnins havn fallen In Kohala, nnd ths
brldgo of tho Kohala plantation has been carried
Tub whaling Mrk Snrlhern T.hhl Arrived At
Hllo frnm tho Cnpo tie Vcrdo Islands nnd cruiso on
tho ICth Inatnnt.
Htii nnd vicinity Is making np for Ihn long dry
spell thai has prevailed sinco Novomler fth, when
tlio flow of lava from Manna Ion commenced.
Tub ronds In thn vlelnlly of Hilo have bwn very
dangerous to travel of lain but nro now Ipmioving.
Pnrtlcs hnve been iletalni d in town several daya
011 account of their bad condition.
Tub Wnllnku has been vory hlirh. Immcnso
quantities of wood nnd leaves wero brought down
by it nnd hnvo drifted nnhore, nnd tho natives
hnvo piled up mnny cords of wood which is for
The ntonmcrMefiA has been missed nt Hllo
very much. A mail nrrived on tho 18th Inat by n
schooner which left Honolulu on tho 11th. Tho
name vcsael left Hilo for this plnco with tho mail
on tho lath.
Tiir.nr. tins been no cases of smnll-poi nt Hilo
yet. Tho building on Coconlint islntiti Is ready for
1110 In rnno nny ono should lm no unfortiinato ns to
hnvo tho dread, disease. Hilo wna never inoro
heilthy thnn now.
A connKsroUDK'TT writing from Lnuptlioohoo on
tho inh lust, says: Wo nro having tho most savero
nnd long continued rain that tins fallen for two
jeini. Tlio mall from Hilo, so.no timo over duo
niii not nrrived yet, nnd tlio steamer nlso is be
hind. Tho rain is now coming down in floods nnd
thero nro no signs of tho weather clearing off.
Tns end of tho throo flown from Maunn Loa can
nllll be seen from Hilo. They do not seem so largo
nor so brilliant nsthoy did n few weeks ngo. Thero
has been but ll.tlo opportunity of fleeing them
lately on account of n ten day's rnin. In ono dny
tho rainfall wan UK inches, moro rain thnn lins
fallen in ono dny in mnny years, nnd In IH! bourn
It nmounted to 11! K inches. Wero It not Hint Hilo
is located ns it is, it would hnvo been flooded.
Report of the Small-pox Hospital
For tho week ending at 8 a.m. of Friday, Mnrch
I'atlcnts In hospital March lSlh 120
Kecelved front town.. 23
llroka out on premises 7 29
Discharged cured 22 41
Itcmalnln. March 22nd 103
. Ciiaih.zs T. Kouoeus, M. D.
Honolulu, March 25th, 1881.
Following is tho Board of Health's report of nd
ditionnl small pox cases for tho week ending Fri
day, Mnrch -T.tli, nt 12 St.!
Small-pox cases reported since last report CO
Cases previously reported 357
Total small-pox cases reported 437
Number of deaths since last report in
Number previously reported US
Total number of deaths 14S
Placed In quarantine since last report, at Kohotoloa
At residence 43
Placed In quarantine as koltuas .'..1 145
In quarantine at last report 1748
Discharged well 22
Died : 33
Itcleascd from quarantine, kokuas 9)
" " " Chinese 10541129
Total In quarantine this date.... ."844
J. A. IlAssiMocn, Secretary.
UBT or DEATHS SINCE -JIST nEPO-TlUfe,',
1 Puamnnn, k, tS years, Quarantine Hospital
'2 Knimanalna, w, 2a years, do sa
3 Knnnkn, w, 35 years, do
4 Kninninn, k, 45 years, do
fi Knne, boy, 4 years, do
C Malio, w, died on the way nenr Knukonahua
7 Hnlcmnno, boy, 9 years, Kenohoni
8 Kulnia, girl, 5 years, Puukolo
9 Naknpa, w, 27 years, Knpnnkea
10 Akoni, k, 4 years, Wnikiki-wncna
11 Ulii, w, 35 yenrs, Quarantine Hospital
12 Jog Frita, k, 53 years, do
13 Knwnhamana, w, 31 years, do
14 Ouwi, (Tahitian) k, 20 years, do
15 Loke, w, 30 years, do
1G Akowai, boy, 8 days, do
17 Kckuololani, k, 48 years, do
18 Malau, k, 46 years, do
19 Kalama, k, 29 years, do
20 John Mnno, k, 37 yenrs, do
21 S. Kukuma, (S. H. 1.) k, 45 years, Manoa Val.
22 Mnboe, girl, 3 years, Puukolo
23 Emalalna, w, Kalihi
24 Kenlakaola, k, 30 years, Quarantine Hospital
25 Knnui, boy, 8 yenrs, Mnnoa Valley
20 Mrs. Knui Morris, 37 years, Kalihi
27 Knuahiku, w, 30 years, Puukolo
28 Kailianu, w, 30 .ears, Quarantine Hospital
29 Apo, boy, 4 yenrs, do
30 Pake, w, 29 years, do
31 Kekoa, k, 35 years, do
32 Mrs. Ah Nin, 22 .cars, Knpnlama
33 Knloi, boy, 4 yenrs, Mnkaho
A Ivie Asaortaaent of
WINES AND LIQUORS,
Port Wiae. Sherry.
Madeira, Sauteme Wines.
Brandies, Ac-, Ac-, If.
FOB 8ALE BY
CMOW KUNO AND All SING,
e partnertof tho firm of Wing WoTal&Co., and
both residing In Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands, will,
after the 1st day of April, A. D. 1881, continue to do a
wholesale and retail merchandise and spirit Jobbing
business at No. Vi Nuuanu Htrret, In said Honolulu,
under the firm name ot Wong Wo Chan A Co.
O, MOW KUNO,
30 3t A. 81XO.
E. CHIN SUN, OF IIOKOIYUX1U,
and TO. NO WO, doing business lu Sail Francisco
as Tune W Co' wllli "' " i,x ''-r o( April, A.I).
lsjl, do business at No, 41 Nuuanu Ktreet. lo said
Honolulu, under the firm name of Win. Wo Tal A Co.
The flnn nam. nf the new partnership to be signed by
,he said E, Chin -uualoac. -.
TONO WO A Co.
Mat per K. CHIN BUN.
Ulunge of l'arUershlp.
ri MOV KUNO AND AH SING
J lately doing business In Honolulu, Hawaiian
Islands, under the firm nan of Wine WbTal A; Co.,
have sold out their wholesale and retail slck lu trade
and plantation lutere.ts lo E. Chin Hun, of Honolulu,
and Tung Wo Co.. of ban franclsco, with the exrla
siva right to the said firm naino of Wing Wo Tal 6 Co.,
said sale to lake effect on the 1st day .f April, A. D.
IWI, whereby the said E. Chin Hun and Tung Wo
Co. tlolng business aa Wing Wo Tal Co. win, after
the said 1st day ot April, collect all accounts due and
nay all Ilahllttlsa owing by ,u"cu,;o1$,-,rljSO
A. HINO, '
X. CHIN HUN.
TON I J WO CO.,
M3t per E. CHIN HUN-
l. m. vjaa m mtm, 1
Mskea's yire-rroof Block,
Honolulu, H. I.
Flags of all descriptions made and repaired..
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