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AUCTION S A LBS.
BY X. P. APAMS.
SALE OK BAR IRON
TO CI.OSB CONSIGNMENTS.
ON WEDNKSUAY, : : Al'MI. Otli,
AT It A. M.,
At Stnro of .11rsr. (I. W. Mncfarlnne k Co.
will nr. sot.!),
On a Croclit to tho Trade,
10 to 15 tons Bar Iron, asst. sizes.
K. P. AIlA.MH.Auct'r
FKIIMY, : : : : AIMUIj 8tli,
At in A. .M. nlNnlM Hootii.
A LINE OF GROCERIES :
Sacks Hrown Sugar,
Cases Australian lluttcr,
Sacks Htnnll Yellow Corn,
Sacks California Oats.
Sacks California Hran,
Sacks California Nirloy.
K. 1'. ADAM8, Auctr.
SAL.K OF LEASE
Lands at Manoa Valley !
llelongltiR I" tho Ktal o( Chaa. Long.
THUKSDAY, : : AIMUL mil,
At 12 o'clock noon, nt Sale lloom,
The iinilcrh;neil 1 liiftrncNd by the Ailmlnltr-lor
of ll,o above if.tnlc nnl gnnrrllnn of the c illdrcii of the
lAio Uha IrfinR, wllh the concurrence of the widow, lo
offer for nlc,
A liOaMfi Tor n term or Ten Years,
Krom the 15th April, 1881, of
All tho Lands in Manoa Valley,
llelonjzlnjt to the Ktnte, rninpriMm: about 43 acres of
Kalo nnil Kula Land.
Of the Kalo Land there aro from 14 to IK acre, well
Hppll-d with water, anil coiieiiiently very suitable for
nice pluntlng. llent payable einl-annnally In advance.
Intcndlnc piirrhncri nro rcuuesleil to call nl Hie or
flranf Auctioneer and obtain full particulars nnil dc-
ncrlptlon of Lamia and building
SHORT HORN CATTLE!
Tia-o nan-tiro ::
PURE-BRED SHORT HORN CATTLE
Of Jcsso 1). Carr, on Onbllan Itancbo, Monterey Co.
IS UOW OFFERED FOR SALE.
This herd, consisting of one hundred head, Is
ONE OF THE JJEST IN AMERICA.
Mr. Carr has taken great pain In selecting anil breed
ing this herd regardless of expense, and It I a choice
lot nf cuttle, not only In reference to nreidlng but 111
regard to Individual merit. It Is from the
Most Imported and American Stock.
Tho Monterey Dtmocrat soys of Mr. Carr't stock!
" In nppearanco thin herd will comparo with nny cor
responding number of cnttlc In the United States;
while In respect to pedigree and purity of drain It Is
not probable that they hnvo their ctiiuls on the Pacific
Coast. The last Importation of Mr. Carr, representing
$)U,U(I, was selected with thn view of securing tho beet
strains of tho most Improved stock."
Tho national Lit Slock Journal enyai
1 If our readers will turn to California wo will point
out the locution of n ranch which la tho pride ot our
nhort.hnrii fslends In the Far West, and th
aliort-liorn fslcwla In Hie rnr west, ana me joy 01 us
owner, the wealthy banker Mr. J. 1). Carr.
From numerous sources wo havo heard voluntary testi
mony tt In tho superiority of Mr. Carr's herd our all
utlictH on tho I'atllle Klopc, both a regards pedigree
nnil that other great ilttldtrulum, inuiviiiiial jikiut."
THIS ENTIRE STOCK
Is now In the hands of the undersigned to be dlposed
of, and will bo sold at prices ranging, according to
merit, from flWOlo 3 1W.
Catalogues of tho Herd,
Giving the pedigrees of each, will be furnished on op
plication. Apply In person or by letter to
3J Urn Hit. JOHN Wlitlt. Honolulu..
STEAMER CITY OF SYDNEY,
IDA McKAY, AND
J A FALKINBURG
Y TirH AJJOVK .MANY VKSSTSLS,
we havo Just received, Kira .'less neei in uarteis
and half barrels. Casesi'alrlauk Lard,
(.olden 0te Kxtrn l'amlly Flour.
Wheat, Com, Oats, Ac. Ac.
OITilUD "L1NBK1UJ l'AINT OIJj.
ltaw Linseed Pulnt OH, Wairenled the pure Article
Lard Oil, for Lubricating. Coje of Spirit Tur
pentine. Atlantic Load, in packagi t of 1 lb, and
upwards or 60 lbs. Paint llrushv In great
vurlety. All of which will bo sold at Prices by
a; tf 110L1.11H A CO.
BY THE LATEST ARRIVALS
.l-HOM NAN I'llANt'lhCO
WK HAVK ltKOKlVKU A LA1UJH
addition lo our former slock if Milp Lhandlery,
BUIp Stores, Prolelone, Ac, Ac, which gives us tho
Greatest Assortment of Goods
Kept on these Island., all of hlch will be sold at the
Lowest Murket prices, a. usual. Our friend, and the
publlcgcnerally are respectfully -11 o t. 13SSJt CO
Great Reduction in Prices.
K. P. ADAMS, AGENT.
A LARGE AND COMPLETE INVOICE
OF ALL nKbCHUTIONH
ANU FOlt SALK
AT REDUCED PRICES !
At ar Room, on Klutf St.
6 g) am i: P. AIUMS, Agent
1. now prepared to
FUEN IS H PRICES AND SHOW SAMPLES
UI'TIIK AStlVK FMtlX
Katioual Tube Works Co's Works,
AT MoKEKSl'OKT, lA.,
And In uukecoulncts to deliver It In Urge or small
qusntlties in tniscuy.
am ui tr
TXLIPHOKE COMPANY !
INC-WMI-UltATlilk UCV. Sit, ll.
11. A, WIUBMA-N,
H. O. W1LDKK.,...
UTB AMU SW VKKfAlllia T MKI.I. WH
T V iut
' W wlli
piuulo liuo. oo the other IUnd. Fw particuUrt,
Apply to U. O. IIKKtlBK.
P sV ta Bcc'y aUwalUu Ikll Tclcphoat Co.
to tu imollC lor urivaio yuriiu.r. uuiy.coin.
. n TVeMioii: ipsuuwriii. oi von sicsi
mciuaing iu-p,iv.r "r .,-......,..1..
.1... fnr.n.l. a.lluistps to erect unvote Tele-
BY BARTOW & TUCKER.
Wednesday, : : April 6th,
AT 11 A M.,
A Choice Lot of Plants
And Other Articles.
I1A11T0W A TlCKl.it, Auct'r.
At Our Now Sales Room,
Next door to W. ()i Jrwln fc Co.
FRIDAY, : : : : : AIMHli 8th,
At 10 o'clock A. M will lie nld,
Dry Goods and Clothing,
AND A LINE OF ,
Constating In artn follow t
Tin Peach lluttcr, Apple Ilntter, Aortcd Jnmi,
Table and Pie Fruit. Ilaked Maccaronl.
llolnjrns Snu.atre. llnat Chicken, r-nlt Mackerel,
Corned Ilecf, Heart Chcee, Lunch Tunt'iie,
Maplo Syrup, Snpar Pea. Snjrar Corn, Honey,
White Huso Syrnp, Aorted Cracker, Oytu.
Lima llran. lloni-lraa Smoked Herring, .MuHard,
llollle Pickle, Orounil Pepper and Baito,
Pall of Lnril, 111: Corn Mial, lln-.es Tei, ChcefC,
lljcoii. Hag Wheat, lloxe Candle,
lloxcj Hen Yellow Soaii.ai bar Inbox j Uoxoj Tobaccos
Hp.inlh HndilU. Ac , Ac
TJyKor fnilher partlcnlar ec Poter.
HAUTOW ,t TTCKKIl. Auct'rs.
OXt'.t'mTAUi: I'Lt.VO, A jooi
MULES AND HORSES.
its wn,i, in; iii.:i:ivi:i iiy
SJTT ",0 unilerli?iieil f
CrYr' H"r'es, and pcrsn
M 1 ou In Han i'mii
for the iiurrha'O of Jtulc and
er'niml attention clcii by a per
chasing the same according to order jrlven.
cito io peit-ciing aim pur
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Valuable as an Investment.
P.enteil to cood tenant for rt long period. Tlnlldlngs In
good repair anil pleasantly iicatcu,
)W A TU
TIIK UXBEUSIONKW HAVE EX
tered Into copartnership fur the transaction of a
General Auction nnil Commission Business, under tho
firm name of Il.utow A Tucker, to date from March 1st,
Ifil. C S. HAUTOW,
811 J O. TUCKKH.
H0LLI8TER & GO.
1IEO LKAVK TO
INFORM THE PUBLIC
That thoy have moved into thoir
NEW AND C03DK)J)I0US STORE,
In the Plro Proof Ilnlldlng
NO. G9 NUtJANU, STREET,
Three door below their old stand, where may bo found
the most complete assortment of
Drugs, Chemicals & Toilet Articles
IN TIIK CITY.
Among a few of their Spechltlei may bo found a Full
The Crown Goods
Perfumes. Soaps, Cosmetics,
AND TIIK CELEDUATJJD
Opaline Face Powder.
Thcso Ooods received tho highest award nt tho lote
Sydney Exhibition over all other competitors.
A LA11GE ASSORTMENT
OF JOHN GOSNELL'3
Hair and Tooth Brushes,
Citmclliiio for the Complexion ami Teeth,
LUBIN'S AND PINAUD'S
Soap Cosmetics and Face Powder,
Especially adapted to this climate.
A Full Lino of
Humphrey's Homeopathic Specifics,
Carbolic Atld and Chloride of Lime, for disinfect
Agents for F. Lorillard & Co's Celebrated
Tobaccos, and Drawing Boom
Tobacco and Cigarettes,
Buchanan & Lyle's Tobaccos,
Which wo havo latoly Introduced here, and which I.
rapidly growing Into fi.vor mid demand.
WM. S. KIMBALL & CO'S VANITY FAIR
T011ACCO AND CIGAHETTES,
Which are so well known all over the world s to need
no comment from us.
G-oodwin & Co's Old Judge
TOBACCO AND OIQAnETTES,
ALWAYS IN DEMAND!
our One Hundred brand, of CIGARS, we
would call especial attention to I lie
The Favorite Red Brand, Pedro Murias,
The Fragrant Stump.
They also continue (u manufacture
Soda Water in all Its Branches,
Together with their
Kv viitrmioK a wHir or kxt.i'i'tio
Issued not of tho Police Court of Honolulu un the
Slh day of March, A. II. INil. In furor nf lllgglns .t Jas
sclt fur the sum ot JTS.TU, against Ham. Ksuuuuiis, I
h.ite leyleit upon, and .hall expose fur ale at the iU
tlou House, lu Honolulu, at 12 o'clock noon, on Satur
day the VI h day of April, A. 1. Iil. On riprr.s
uagnii, miless .aid Judgement entered and fo.t be
previously satl.Hed. W, O. PAHKIL
ANK CO'lTAGH AX1) T-OT. COK
J nrrot Lunallloand Piikol Streets, to bs had on
For tvartlculsrs cnnulrnf the owner.
On the premises, or of
8. 1). DOLE.
Horse Bedding Mattress Ha;
TlTEr.Li UUIIKI), llAJiKU
T delivered In quinllts to tull,
AT ONE DOLLAR PER.100 FOUNDS.
Al'l'ly. tlirouuU the t'o.l Office, lo
J. II. WOOD, or
O. P. WARD,
rM MKK'IIAMT ANI 77 I1KKM BTN.,
JI t or at Ward's Dray Stand, offers for sale
lire Wood, Ckamu.1, (Ult IV, kite Sah4,
EASTKKX POHKA SMATT. LOT
of liutciu iUlra Prime avk. ESlby
911 BOLLKS A Cp.
WILL SAIL. FROM HONOLULU
Mnniliy. April Ith nt I o'clock p m
Tuesday. April lull......... at I o'clock pm
Monday. April iV.h ,........, at (o'clock p m
Tursdny. April 5th , at 4 o'clock n m
TrlilsT, April 15th,,, at.1 o'clock n m
Tuesday, April -'HI .....at :) o'clock n m
AltltlVINO AT KAlh
Wednesday April flh
Sunday ....,....... April 17lh
Wednesday ..April -Till
HETUHNINO FltOM KAUl
Saturday April nth
Widnesday April'-" It h
Saturday '. , AprllUUth
TOUCIIINO AT KONA AND MAALAKAl
Monday Aptll Hill
Friday April !th
Mntiday May Id
J'OJl SAN VIIANCJISCO.
THE HAWAIIAN IIAItK
aUSSZii' .IIINKS. Master,
VtU have Quick Dispatch for the nbovo Port
For Freight or passage, apply to
811 SJ) FT Lr.NF.HAN .t CO., Agents.
The A 1 Steamship
ffoil ton- Heglster,
Will have Quick Dispatch for nbove Port.
For Freight or Pavmue, nj ply to
811 WM. O. IHWIN A CO.. Agent.
FOlt SAN V RAN 01 SCO.
Tho Fast Sailing lloikentlne
33 T J. KKA,
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Port.
For freight or passage, apply
SI3 TIIEO. II. DAVIES. Agent.
NEW YORK AND HONOLULU
A.ir.NTN or Tiiw iMiiwi,AB i.im:,
lesr. w. II. Uromun . nro.. o. no unam
her Strict, New York, will dispatch a flrsl-rlas vessel
the latter part nf Jlay or early In .luno for this port.
Parlies desiring to ship by this favorite lino 111 for
ward their orders early, to secure the necessary room.
I'nlght at lowest rales.
CASTLE .t COOKE,
Bit 3m 29 Agents In Honolulu.
From Honolulu to Hilo Direct.
Tho A 1 Clipper Schooner,
4"MA J. O JL O," 2L.
Will sail from Honolulu to Hllo direct, and will call at
Intermediate Fort on the return trip.
For Freight or Possuge, apply to the Captain on hoard,
1 a:il or A. fKANK COOKE, Agent.
Tueday, April r.th. 3 p m Circuit of Hawaii
Tiieday, April 12ht, r, p m Hllo
Tuesday, April l'Jth.npm Circuit of Haoll
Tuesday, Aiirll Sfllh, 5 p m ..Ill ?
Tuesday, May lid, tin ni Circuit of Hawaii
Tuesday. May lUth, 5 p m Hllo
Tuesday, May 17lh, 5 p m Circuit of Hnwoil
Tuesday, MaySlth, 8 p m.... v'"1.0.
Tutsilay, May 'list. Spin Circuit of How all
Tuesday, .luno 7th, 5 p m ."",?
Toe-day, Juno 1 lib, ftp m Circuit of Hawaii
Tuesday, .innuSlst, ft p m I'll';
Tuesday, Juno iSth, 6 p in Circuit of Hawaii
CB- No Credit fhr lntmre Mon-y. -S
Wo positively decline to open accounts for Passages,
mil we particularly call tho attention of tho traveling
llaggago and Freight
tilnltilv mnrbnil ,1m Kt.ntnnr ufll not bi
tor any unmarked llaggagc, or for Freight or Parcel
Unless llrecl .' lor.
Freight Money Dae on Demand.
In all coses of freight for parties not responsible, or
unknown, the freight money will he required In advance
FAUttAUKM ofl'MlllOKM ami WIKKM NUN
UK PLAINLY JIAKKKI)
For tho party whom they are for, or plainly stated In tho
receipt to w horn they nr consigned.
All demands for dumagu or Iosb must be made within
In no way liable for lo-s or accident to live stock.
OT- Hock Drivers, Hoys, and such like, will not ho
allowed on board tho Btcumer on arrival, until after tho
passengers hove been landed.
Ml WILDElt & CO.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
THE HPXKN1I1 tsTKAMMIUI
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about Monday, April 11.
TOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND!
TIIK HPI.I.Xnin NTKAMflllir
CITY of NEW YORK
On cr about Saturday, April 16
For Freight and Passage, npply to
MMiu H. HAOICriSl.Tl A (O., Agents.
OiMxIt lor Nliliieiil per Ntenmer can now
be Ntwretl, Free it 'lnrttr. In Hie Fire-proof
Wurohuuwf uenr the Wteitmer Ulinrf.
AGENT KOH THE KOLLOW1NO COASTEH8 1
Wailele, ($ Malolo
Waloli. JgM I'lUo,
Walehn, jRwv, "Waimala.
JBea. Sl''1 fi fff v" "-
K-d with While Hall. Offlco
oud Nuuouu Streets.
Corner of Queen
BOSTON LINE OF PACKETS
THE VINE At HAltK
eSX WII.I. l.KAVKIHINTOXINTIIINI.INF.
ftVfrom .May lBth to June 1st next. Orders for
MsUsCtiouds by this vessel should Wave hereon or be
fore April llth.- Pit further particulars apply to
SB la 8m O. lIHKWKlt CO.
PLANTERS' LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO
C. Brewer & Co. Agents.
Jlerchandlsc received Murnne Free.
and liberal cash adraticca uiadu on shipment b;
Ipment by this
nni;. iwijt v, iiui.iv r.it
LWF.Il & CO.
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
AffL C. Drawer A Co. Agents. jOt
X$h Favorable arrangenient. can olvrays beVliK
made for storage nnd shipuieui of Oil, llone Wool,
Hides and other .Merchandise to New lied ford. Boston,
New York and oilier Kaitcru Port. tr'C.thudonre.
made. T8il ty C.IlllEWKll Jt CO,
Get your Pianos Tuned
Who hat Just arrhid from San FraucUco.
rjr-LEAVE YOUU ORDEUS AT
6H S9 00 and (& Fort Stieet.
WITH PUEtMlM Al-KII, 11. THAT
very desirable residence No. 1M Nouanu
Avenue, containing eight rooms, kitchen, pantry, htlh
room, tenants' room, coach house, ttablx and f'jwl
ft. -.. .....I..... Y II U'f ull, ..
613 SSI tf
J. K. WISH WAN, Merchant St.
a. o, r.
COUftT LU ALILO, . MOO.
THERE WILL BE NO MEETINGS
of the above, Court until farther notice,
Of order of th O. It.
U o nolul b, Mrch 4, 1. 47 lw
Following U tho lJoanl of Health's Rmn.lt. pox re
port, with list of ilentlm, for tho week emlinR Krl
uny, April lt, nt 12 m.:
Small-pox cafi reported slnca last report. ui no
Case, previously reported .....i.... ,. 4TT
Total small-pox cases repotted 4')7
Number of death since last report
Numbtr previously reported., .......i.i.. 143
Total number of deaths 1W
Placed In qnarantlne since last report, at Kohololos.
Hospital i,, ,,..,..... .. ........tit 41
At resltlenre It
Chinese at Kakoako and Knhololoa f.'JI
Placed In quarantine a koknas 1W
In iiuarantlne At last report 811
Discharged well. 31
Hcleascd from quarantine, kokua.... , 89 ,
Chinese T5 Hi
Total In qnarantlno this date 1ST8
I, A. lUisisoRn, Secretary.
list or deaths niNcx last nrronT.
Keliihoomnnri, k., 7 months, Qnnrntitino Hospital.
.Miiktmolo, k., il yenrs. Qiinrnntitio Hospital.
Knhuiln, k., '2 jonrs, Kconcnln.
Kniunkrm, k., LT yenm, JInimi VMIpy.
Soliniionn, k., lOycnrs, Mitnuii Vnlley.
Kstn.tlu, w., 27 yenrs, Knlialutt, Kool.ittlon.
Kt'liinn, k,, 21 jenrs, Qniirantliia HuspiUtl.
lokn Atitono, w., 20yenrH, " "
Niiinionitm, w., li.'i yours, " "
Koknnwo, k., 10 vcnr. " "
KcnnnKiinieki,1e,,riiijenrs, " "
Ke.ilnlslmt, w., iTiycirs, " "
Knilinlii, k,, 23 jciirn, Mnnon Vnlloy.
John .Inniefl, k., 21 yonrs, 1'nlsmn Ukn.
Joso l''crin, boy, !1 montlis, l'nnkolo.
Knhitmltin, Iwy, 10 yo.irs, I'ltl.unn Ukn.
Vok Hiti, w., 21 j curs. (Junrniitlno Ilospitsl.
Konltn, w 18 yenrs, " "
Kmiliitii1, k., :(ljcnrs, " "
o Foy, k., Ill yenrs, " "
Kiiin.iitin, k., I" yo.trs, " "
l'nnkiitiitlii, imiVi 3 months, " "
Report nf tho Smnll-pax Hopitnl,
Tor tlio week emlitio, ntH A.M. of Frldny, April 1st:
Pntlenls In hospital March th ........HO
Iteceltcd from town
' Mteamer Lydlu... J."l
Ilrokc out on premise ' S 48
Discharged cored .....-' 33
Remaining April 1st 121
AmoiiR tlioso tllBchnri-ctl tlitfl week wna 3rr.
Gibbs, who wns tho Inst wlilto ti.ttli'tit rernnitiitiK.
Another child wns born in tho lioxpltnl unThurs
tiny nilit.' Of tlio twcnly-lho patients rccoiveil
from town, nine worn children utnler ton yi-nn. of
iiro. CitAitu s T. HoDOrjits, M. 1).
Honolnlti, April 1st, 1831.
TO OWNERS AND LANDLORDS
ROMS, HOUSESMD REAL ESTATE.
Yon tviM, i'm:asi:taii: xitici: tii vr
I have established a Heal Estate Ofllce In Hono
lulu n lino of business which has long been wanted In
My Intention I to advertise both In California and
tho Colonics, and on all vessels, so that our friends
abroad who are continually emigrating here, as well as
our people on these Islands, who wish to change
localities, may now find Homes to suit, without being
subjected to the annoying Inconvenience which has
heretofore exlstid. To ad who wish to give me the
Agency of their Hooms, Houses and Property they will
find it encclallr to their advantage, as I'
ntend to give
s 1. I .. 1..... .".taK Liiitli.Ajfl t Psilfn nlfntiHrtti
linn iirtiiii.il ui ijupiin.-n- uij 1UHI..T. (-.Lii..iiiiii.
I havo also opened an Employment TJnrcau, and take
pleasuro In calling the attention of
Agonts and Mnnagom of Plantations.
Owrnors of Vessels, Tradesmen.
ond all other employers who desire careful and prompt
attention to their business to notify mo when vacancies
J. E. WISEMAN,
Tteal Estate Broker and Employment Ilureati,
."so. -'( .Merchant turcci, itonnium.
841 23 lm
Opposite llltlicp ,fc Co's.
A Largo Assortment of
WINES AND LIQUORS,
Port Wine, Sherry,
Madeira, Sauterne Wlnea.
Brandies, &c, &c, &c.
FOU HALB BY
30 lm KD. IIOFFSCIILAEOER .t Co.
Oats, Bran, Barley.
200 Sacks Oats,
200 Sacks Bran,
200 Sacks Barley,
100 Sacks Small Yellow Corn.
100 Sacks Potatoes,
FOIl SALE AT LOW HATES IIY
814 SU lm Ei P. ADAMS.
German Bitter Beer, in qts nnd pts ;
German Crystal Beer, " "
tleiusieck UJuuupngne, r
Port Wine, Sliorry, Cogniao,
Suitors Wutur in jugs,
HAVANA CIGARS, &CM kc.
FOIl SALE BV
84.1 ! lm
. HACKiKi.n co.
The Germania Market
HAN lIF.r.N TIIOICOIKillJ.'V KKMOVATCD
and 1. now constantly In receipt or the best of
BEEF, MUTTON, VEAL AND LAMB,
From Choicest Herds.
Pork Sausages, Ilolognas, Head Cheese, Oernion
Sausages, .tc., alnoys hand, a. alto the best of. Poultry
Our Meats are all cut and put tin in Em tern style. All
orders faithfully attended to, and delivered in any part
of tho cily.
17 6in ItAUTI' Jc SO linAlinn. Proprietor..
SEIBERT'S AUTOMATIC STEAM
FOU SALE IIY THE
HONOLULU IRON WORKS GO
This little apparatus oils the cylinder constantly and
perfectly. So llttlo oil Is used that a saving of oil and
wear eiiual lo four times Its cost may bv rUfectcd In oue
Pint Size, $45. Half Pint Size, $30.
STEAM ANDJfATER PIPE.
VY would call the attention ot thosu requiring Pfplu;
to our large. (ock of
154,000 Feet On Hand!
HUck Welded Steam Pine f to 7 In. diameter.
Oalvaulxed Water l'lpe i to 3 In. diameter. '
litr The above at Moderate Pilfes.
THE HONOLULU IRON WORKS COMFY
tSWr-!! 3 111
FRANK llf AUSTIN ii CO.,
Commission Merchants and For
OHIcc Xo. SO California. St., San Francisco.
Consignments from lbs Hawaiian Island desired.
The Ueat Price. Warranted, and Sales Guaranteed,
, mi ly
FOR SALE !
20 Tout China Nut Cake.
JOIl KKUTILIZINO PUUPOSES.
In Quantltl to Suit.
Mo 1 - H MArtOBM aft CfJ.
PI ANOFORTE AND ORGAN TUNER
tV Orders can be left at T, O. Thrum' Fort Streat
and Merchant Street Stores. M 6m
rT TIIE XEW MASONIC nAIIi
Uulldlur, corner of Qua tad fort tta. apoly to
APJilf, 2, 1881.
Hu-lne-M Acont's Notice.
All advertisements for the SAtumur Pms must be
sent In by Friday noon. No Insertion for the current
Issue can be giuranlcul when sent In later.
Advertiser will mtrk the number of Insertion de
sired, from which date they charge. Any not so marked
will be charged ! months,
TI10S. 0. THHUM, llnslne. Agent.
NOTES OF THE WEEK.
YtsTRntiAT wss All Fools' Driy. Did you Ret sold?
The wenlher 1ms been nncomfortnbly wnrm
daring tho wiok.
Tiikhb nro now over 1!M subscribers lo tho Tclo
phono nnil tho tlcmnnd still goes on.
Oiricrn Tell took sixteen cases of smnll-pox
from tho steamer Lydfa last 1'rldny.
The city front Is baror of shipping nt proscnt
than It has been for somo weeks past.
OFonoEHmtTEMETEn returns to his old business
of pointing nt his former haunt in Honolulu.
Tun steamer Liktllkt ylll resume her old timo
table, beRltinitiR on Tnenday next, tlio fith lust.
A NUMntn of salliitR vessels nro nbout duo from
tho Coast, mid n mall inny bo looked for nltnost
The corner stonoof tlio I.nnalllo Homo will bo
laid next Saturday, April Utli, with Jlnsonlo cere
monies. Tun whalinR barks Vatlfic, Jlatnboir nnd locnm
ttorker Imvo been InyiiiR off nnd on for n number
Tin; macadamizitiR in Knuanu Avenue is helm
pushed cm, mid tho stono crusher mid stoam roller
are in full work.
The reftiilar monthly meeting of tho Library
and Heading Koom Afwociatiou will bu held this
cvenltiR nt 7.110 r. M.
The steamer C. II. Jllrliop arrived in port Inst
Sunday with n coho of smnll-ixix on board nnd ws
placed in im.irntitine.
Alt. of tlio smnll-pox patients on Kauai liavo re
covered but two, mid no now ensos havo boon re
ported bIiico Inst week.
Oven orio hundred street lamps now llluminnlo
tlio streets of tlio city nnd suburbs, nnd tlio lights'
will boon bo carried fnrtiier out.
Titr.nE lins boon n (jratifyitiR decreaso In tho
number of cases of Bmnll-pox reported this week.
AVu hopo It is it pcrinaiicnt ono.
Ykstfjidat wns tho first of tho month nnd th
beRlnultiR of tlio quarter, and tho Hottlcmont of
quarterly accounts is now in order.
Some of tho sailing vessels that left hore for San
Francisco before tho Cily of Aeir York nrrived,
raised their passenger faro fifty per cont.
A South Sea Islandeii with mnalbpoi went into
Dr. Hutchinson's offico on Thursday. Ho was
sent to the station houso nnd taken to tho reef.
An open nir concert wns Riyun nt tho Hawaiian
Hotelby tho band last Tuesday evening for tho
llrHt time in several months. It was very Inrgely
The German stonmer Lytlia Bails for China to
day, taking with her twenty-four Chineso in
irons, who wero mnonr; tho Ieauora in tho difficulty
last Fridny night.
The regulation of tho Hoard of Health requiring
tlio officers nnd crows of nil vessels In tho coasting
trndo to remain on board nt nights when in port,
hns been rescinded
Only two passengers nrrived hero by tho Cily of
JVeir York from tho Colonies, but thirty-eight sail
ed from hero for San Frnnciaco bv tho Bamo
steamer. Seven left by the schooner II'. II. ileytr.
What is tho matter with our mnil routes ? A
Hnmakua correspondent writes : " Tho ilarion is
our only medium of communication with Hono
lulu nt presout. Tho Kawailino routo appears to
bo closed. "
TnE Commltteo appointed to consider tho ndvis
ahillty of having tills Kingdom enter tho postal
Union nro to present their report to-day. Tho
general opinion among tho pooplo seems to favor
entering tho Union.
Tiisrk is ono houso quarantined nt Yrnlnlne, nnd
nino persons nr'o in quarantine nt Wnialua. In
Honolulu, fifteen houses havo been placed in qnar
nutino dnrinR tho week, nnd twenty-six havo been
Mb. J. M. Liwion, who hns tnken chargo of tho
Hawaiian Hotel, nrrived horo recently from San
Frnncihco. Ho is a landlord of experience, having
for a number of years been connected with Bomo
of tho largest hotels in Ban Francisco mid other
cities iu California
A few days ago nii.ir Itnucoho, Hoopi, n native
girl, struck hor husband, Charles Coney, on tho
forehead with an nxe, making n severe wound.
Sho has boon rumanded until it is seen whether
tho injury proves fatal or not.
Tne rainfall for the month of March, as
measured by J. K. Wilder at tho Ico Works, Nnu
nnu valley, was 11.(5 inches j at W. W. HallV resi
duncu on Kuiinun Avenue, C.50 inches ; at Ur. It.
McKibbtn'a residence on llerotaula street, 4.07
Tub total sum of tlio reward offerod for Tjoong
Lung, tho murderer of Ha Lee, ia i$450iof this,
tho Mari.hal olfcrs $100, and Chineso residents of
Honolulu 50. A reward of $10 is offered for tho
nppreheusion of tho Chinaman who assaulted
Captain Hosa nt Wnianae.
Tiikiu: nro provisions iu tho Statutes of this
Kingdom prohibiting tho soiling of liquor to
natives, anil yet every week natives nro brought
tin in tho Police Court on charges of drunkenness.
Thoy apparently have no ditllculty in Retting nil
tho liquor they wish. There must bo a screw looso
The size nnd speed of ocean steamships aro
Tnnidlv iusreusiim. Tho celebrated Cnnard Com
pany will shortly add to their lluot n now stenmahip
to bo built of Kteel, aud to measure 7,000, tons and
to bo driven by engines of 8,!00 horso power. This
will be the largest merchant ship afloat, next to the
Mm. ano. Sins. J, 8. Waj.ke were agreeably sur
prised on Wednesday last, their crystal wedding
anniversary, by a. numbor of beautiful, useful and
appropriate prusuntu, among which wore ono dozen
goblets, ono dozen custard cups, two butterdishes,
a celory glass, n card receiver, two sugar bowls,
ond other articles of glassware.
The Kapiolnni Park Association has put forth a
notice forbidding tho use of their race oonrso to
non-Bubscribers, unless provided with n written
permit. This ia only fair. It cannot bo right that
a proprietary raco courso should bo indiscriminate
ly useu, nnu perunpa iinuingou uy puopio wuu ru
f ubo to snbscribu for its maintenance.
Tirr Sydney Morning JlernlU says: "Misa
Christian, a vocalist with n finely cultivated rich
contralto voice, has, with tho iiHsistanca of Sllss
Aiinis Slontngue, Mr. 0. Turner, nnd Mr. Farley,
given three ballad concerts in tho Masonio Hall
of more than nvcragn morit nnd with great
financial success." Air. Henry Ketten, tho pianist,
is also performing iu Hydney.
Wiiiqi speaking last week of the viotlm of tho
criminal whose sentence is now under consider
ation, we wero luUtakeuiu Hinting that she waa
his rlft. Mho waa not bis wife at .all I they had,
boon living together unhappily, and after
frequent squabbles sho expreiwou tier intention ot
leaving him. To this ho objeated; aud thu crima
coiumTtted ended. Uie disogreemeuts.
Neault a hundred of the Chinese who arrived
by the Mee t'f, quarantined near the llcform
School, attempted to escape from confinement last
Monday. They knocked off a number of pickeU
aud had brokuii down the gate when they were
confronted by a squad of policemen, who forced
them back and neourod them again, The police
guard has been increased to prevent another out
break. The Chineso complain that tbejr
Cm Monday a fresh southerly breM w M blow
ing into the harbor, but nothing whloh any
ordinary tog might not havo easily faced. , The W,
. Sttytr was loaded and ready f or ittt, bat the Pile
was unable to take ber out, aud aha did ao Ret
away until Tuesday morning. We need a more
efficient tug. As ions ago M 18S0 we saw a bark,
the Kaulisun, wrecked in the p-nunge wbea la tow
of the Pel; owing to the lack of power of the
Utter. Twenty-four yeara more won have not In-
creaseu uer wiiuk uw v
Tits dificolty with thu Cbiueee on the German
ateamer tyJin, which we apoke of last week,
although for a time it looked like a "na.ll apeck
of war oa th horlaon," fortanately TeeaJl (
nothing aerioua. After the Chlueae wcr. drives
down in the hold the deck was found to be (oat
tared with blood. Oattyarday a guard of aokflert
waa kept posted tm the. briuUe Ptmare, wbleh
wm atw-owd mu by, iu- tto.flhii-- -mm m
movi'il. Tlio lenders wcro tnken to tlio nlntlon
lionsu in ironn) fievernl ImviiiR n;iiiptomA of sinrtll
pox inoro or lest dovolopoil wero tnken to tlin reef,
nrtil tlio rcrnnlnder wero plncctl In qnnrnntlno nt
rinliemnn'. Point ntul nt tho cnttlo jwiifl.
We ptibll'li nmotif- onr Atlvortlscmenti In to
tlnys iitiir, tlio tltnc-tablo of Foster ct Co.'s now
0 Thnrsilny Ur. l.racrnon tliseoTcrcd tlirco
cnes of vnriotold In n nntlvo lionio In tho nolRti
liorliood of Cnpo Horn which li.id licctt released
from (itiitrntitlno on tlio nrcvlotH rjttnnlar. nftcr
rn Uoliition of 17 dnys, i very Bttfriciclit proof llirtt
Hint ppriod it liono t(Mi long.
Tho tlmo of commencing the Satnrd.ty Afternoon
concerts linn liern clmngcd. Tho Ihnd will com
nienco lierertfter to piny nt Imlf past four o'clock,
Instead of four o'clock. Following in tlio pro
Rminme for llila nftcrnoon :
March On Popular songs., iltappey
Orcrtnre King Stephen. llcethoven
Waltx Onldand azure new ..Lamotho
lllithdny Serenade Kto)l t
Pnlka .Nuriitk The Sllelan new..,,, Heyer
Urand selection Faust ,.,,,..... u..Oonnod
Tho Hind will plvo nn oxtr.t concert nt tho Hit
wniintt Hotel on Mumlay nrenina, April Mil.
A ciiiEr of tlio Now Hebrides, who ennto up hero
in tho I'omart to look nbout him lu order to tnko
bick n report of wlmt lio mw to Ul countrymen,
wns tnken over to tho reef on Thursday ovi'tilnp,
but viai mlBsed In tho cduwo of tlio ntqht, nnd
nftor n cixkI dual nf Rcnrclilng It mm found tlmt ho
had Hwntn from tho hirs.pit.il Rroniidntotlio I'omnrr
nnd wnn tin bo trd her. Dm. IlolTiiinuti nml Uutcliin
son wont oil on I'ridny mnriilnp; to oiniiiino him,
nnd protiounco tlio case ns very doubtful, but inoro
probably not Rinall.tioi. He had been vaccinated
Biiccemfully. Ho will rcmnln on board tho Pcmatt
until n decided opinion can bo formed.
Wr. visited tho studio of Sir. Futnoaux nt tho
Government ImlldinR ono day this weok nnd no
ticed that ho has n nttinber of his views ot Manna
Iai-i, Kilaucii, nml other Hawaiian objects of in
terest, framed and litnii up on tho walla. AmoiiR
Sir. Fttrnc.ittx'H latest ptinlitiKS nro views of tho
Sulphur Hanks nt Kll.iuo.i, ntul Klpapi point, tho
most ensterly oxtromlty of thn islntid of llnwnii.
All three nro vory Interesting. Tho vlow of Kipapa
point, Bhowlim tlio wuvch brenkliiR on tho nlirupt
lava shore, nml a f,roal "' beautiful Innhnla trcei
extuudiiiR nlnimt to tho water, is ono of tho hap-
liest studies in tho collection. A ptltitiug of 'a
rnco of liheasants is natural nnd handsome.
'I hero nro nlso two excellent iHirtrnlts ono ot
ludgo AufIIii of Onomea, the other of Sirs. A. 1''.
Judd of Honolulu;
FoLixwt.vo nro tho vnriotn strata nnd their
depths piercod In boring tho artesian well for tho
Government nt SInkiki by Slossrs. Warwick nnd
II. Tcslcr. Water was roached ntn depth of ZKi
feet, but owing to tho elevation of tho place, It li
ono hundred nnd fifteen feet below the Burfncc.
Bpccitnoti.1 of tho various strata can bo deen nt
tho well i
lllock sand and porous black rod: '13
lloulder. clayund gravel 35
Hock with melted amid and llrjt water ........... 1.1
nine ruck my hard VI
Open hard rock... 10
Hard lava ruck..... l'J
Changeable r ck with Increase of water S"
Hard porous bed rock 17
Very hard rock, blue, grey, red and black rocks.. 57
Total depth of well S!5
We havo on vory ruod authority n very different
version of tho nffair on board tlio steamer Lidin
on the night of the "fdh, from that told by Captain
I'aulsen in his letter emoted by tho Omelle, nnd
should havo published it if tho ship had remained
hero, but In tho absence of Captain I'aulsen, It
might bo thought unfair as he would not bo nblo
to reply or to Bet ns riRht if wo were iu nny way
mistaken. However, wo think womny say this
much, that tho admitted facts that 10 small-pox
cases were found concealed on board, thnt the
Chinamen were so far mastera of the ship as to bo
ablo to rummage her hold nnd nrm themselves
with ballast stones, tenr down their hunks nnd tlio
lumber on deck for tho samo pur-ioso nnd so care
fully romovo everything that was nocessary for
getting up, steam does not look liko a vory ofll
ciently commanded ship.
One of Sir. Ward's drays, which had taken a
load of piping up for tho Government roservoir on
Slonday nftcrnoon, was returning lo the city, nnd
whon coming down the cemetery hill the driver lost
control over his horses, which dashed down tho hill,
aud swervod just bolow tho cornotory gnto nnd,
struck violently against tho wall. The insido horso
wns thrown down nnd badly injured by tho iron
work of tho dray. They wero soon unhitched from
the dray, nnd the injured horso put on her feet
nnd led quietly Into town. Hnd not tho drayeen
brought up whoro it wns, It would hnvo charged
down Nunnnn Avenue, at full gallop, just about tho
hour when business pooplo nro returning to thoir
homes, and tho consequences might havo been very
serious. If tho drivor, anticipating this, put his
drny against tho wall us tho best way of stopping
it, no deserves great credit for his presence of
mind. The injuries to tho horso, though ttovore,
nro not likely to bo fatal. Tho dray was brought
in on Tuesday morning.
The necessity tot a. temperance movomont in
Honolulu hns long been apparent, nnd we nro
ploased to bo nblo to stnto that words havo nt last
given place to action. The meeting at tho Ilethel
vestry last Snturday evening for discussing tlio
question wns well nttended. ltev. Dr. Hydo nnd
Mr. Thos. G. Thrum wore chosen respectively
chairmen and secretary tiro tern. Interesting nnd
instructive remarks on tlio snbjcct wero rondo by
n number of those present. After discussing the
various measures suggested, it wns flnnlly decided
that tho Chairman tppolnt a committee to prepare
a plan for the permanent organization of n temper
ance union or socioty, nnd report the samo at n
mectlnc to bo held nt Fort street church to-ninht;
llov. Dr. Damon alluded to tho JIairaiian Cascade
mid Haimiiaii Fountain, two Binnll temperanco
papers, formerly published here, and suggested
that ono bo published now ns nn nuxlliary to tho
proposed organization. Tho suggestion met with
universal approval, a largo utieuuanco is ox
evening ns tho question is nn inY-
portunt one. concerning every momber In tho com
munity. All i
nro cordially inviteu io aticnu.
The PnciHa Mnil Steam hip Company's atoamor
Cily of Sew York sailed from Hydnoy on tho 21th
of February, reached Auckland March 1st, nnd
sailed theuco nt 11 v. M. of tho Bamo day. Tucuco
all wont well until .1 1'. M. of tho Cth. when tho nin
of tho ufter crank broko, aud tho ship was, ns far
iisHtcauiwns concerned, disabled. Hnd it been
the foremost crank-pm sho could havo comoon with
ono engine, na did tho Cily of Sydney. Posi
tion of the ship nt noon of tho Cth : hat. 18l H.,
long. 17.11 W. Tho ship was put under sail nnd
tho work of removing the broken pin commenced.
Tn Mvn Rnmo iilo.i iif tho diflloultv of this opera
tion, wo limy statu that 475 inches of hard wrought
iron had to bo drilled through, nnd this by work,
ing night and day was accomplished in 87 hours.
At 8 x. M. of tho 17th nil was ready nnd tho ship'
under Bteain again, lat. 15.57 S-, long. 171VJ8 W.,
nnd nrrived off this port at 7 m. ou Sunday;
March 27th. Tho positions given nbove show that
aho made 125 minutes latitude northwards and 25
minutes longitude to tlio west during tho 11 days
5 hours occupied in repairs. She came up in vory
good style, whs berthed at her wharf, nnd pro
cecded again nt 5.80 r. u. on the 27th, Sho will
probably overtako tho AMaitla, which' Boiled with
tho malls on March 23d.
FoLMWisn are the Police Court proceedings for
tho woek. Ah Sin, assault and bnttory,on Chi Un,
lined $10 and $1 costs ; Kipi, drunkenness, forfeited
$ G bail t Kamaka, larceny of hay valued at f'i.
pleaded gullty'and was sentenced to two mouths1
imprisonment at hard labor and to pay cost, il j
Cavnnagh, nssault nnd battery on John ,lkwier,
iiofa pnmtjui entered by proaoautlon, and defend
ant ordered to pav coats, $3; Alakema, drnuken
nesa, fined 5 and 1 contai liana Johnson,
Mailn, w and John, k., drunkenness, John for
forfeitcd $12 ba'.". and each of the others $6 ) Wm.
Courtney, furious riding, pleaded guilty and was
lined $10 nnd 1 costs i James K. Bhephard, drunk
enness, fined 5 and ft costs i P. lluokley, aaaault
and battery on his wife, Martha, fountl guilty and
lined 20 and 111 20 costs j 11. J. 11. McCool, em
bezzlement, io(e pivuijul entered by prusecutton
I'xtnr llncUliiv. thrcabBidnL the Ufa of A. Holster.
nof proteiut entered by prosecution ' I.ui Loi, nil
iusAiio person, was committed lo tho Insane
Asylum) William Courtney, drunkenness, lined
?;IU and (1 20 ooita jMaua, k., and Mulekano. w..
ornlcation, both pleaded guilty t Maun,, waa fined
$130 and $1 ousts and Mlekanp,$l.&and $1 oosUj
linlemahoi, charged with being an inaane penon,
was committed U the Insvine Asylum ; Frank
Murphy, Gray nnd Wnhlla, k., drunkeanes, each
forfeited $0 lull. Civil record. Foater fc Co. v
Joela, downing bound eorvioei defendant pleaded
guilty aud ,Ws ordered to return to his employer
ond pay coaUol suit, tU a LI, Burrow. vaO.
Afong, assumpsit f or tl Court diiuitxl suit
costs were Uxed at $3.
Thi Hawaiian Commercial Company iatwdi to
build three new inllU. The orders for 'machinery
nnd npurtenaiiced have already beon nt East.
The mill now in operation ia doing good work and
preparations aro being made to run it both day
Tub schooner Amerieau Girl arrived at Kahalul
on th llth ulU 17 daya frouiKureka. The, brtal
aniine. i.eipreei.tiM sahcu iruiu uieiuiu iw
for S.in Frauctaco on the 224 alt.", oa yiBg twenty
one paMeugera. The achooner Cfuus SprecleU ar
rivAd nn tha 'JBth nit. 14U dava from Haa Fran-
tUoo, and waa pUoed In uaratttiua twelve ofv;
A MDMautof the Norweglaaa who arrived ra
cently by the Btla were married 'at Halka'two
Amac4t-eTTueof the OvUm ColUe
Ucalkdfarat3o'lasr,. as -t-U 7 -Ml At
UlA fta'l""' Uava. ,
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Examination of tho Petitioners.
Tho signets of tho petition for reprieving the
murderer, l'olun, wero summoned to nppear on
Wednesday last bo for o n rommltlca consUtlng of
Chief Jttstlco Harris, Arwociato Justices Jndd nnd
JlcCnlly, nnd Hon". 0. It. llishoii, 8. I. Knal mid
J. M. Knpoiirt, of tho Privy Council. Wo give snb
Joined In a condensed form tho snbitnnco of what
was Brtld by the several petitioners In reply to
questions- from tho committee. Mr, ,1, M. David
on staled that he wn requested lo appear for the
potltlonors. Mr. UnrrU said that theo men hnvo
not bocn neended nnd nfed no counsel nnd that ho
might nppear for tho condemned mnn.
llov. Father Lnrkln, tho first signer called, said l
I havo not Been this condemned man. I know of
somo mitigating clrcnnnlnnces. I heard that tho
man did not hnvo tho nsslttanco of a medical man
nnd tint h!i mental condition wns not einthlned
at tho trial. I do not think Hint every man that
commits murder is insane. Hnvo never seen thin
man, but havo hoard ot his -lrovlou. history from
Mr. A. Spencer. Did not learn if ho was married
nnd did not ask If tho woman was his wife. Heard
that ho had her parents' consent. Heard that his
neighbors chaffed him abont hli rival being
younger than he. Mr. I.arkln said ho questioned
tho authority of tho committee, It not being a
judicial nniemblage. Thnt ho questioned his neces
sity of complying with tho letter circular, which
was very Informal, find he wni not to bo questioned
!n snch a milliner.
Mr. Judd referred htm to tho Constitution nnd
tho power of the body.
Article 27 of tho Constitution rends t "Tho
King, by nnd with the ndvlco nnd consent of his
Privy Council, has tho power to grant reprioves
nnd pardon i, after conviction, for nil offenses,
except iu ct'nes of liiijK'iicliincnt.
Father Ltrklu stnted that ho considers that nil
persons who commit Bulcldo nro Insane. I hear
that tho facts I havo narrated worn not adduced nt
thn trlnl boforo tho jury. Dr. Webb, n man no
custonicd to the examination bf tho lnsauo, wilt
Hiy thnt ho was insane. Mr. Spencer spoko to mo
tho evening before ho was to bo hung and I drow
tho petition up. I understood that tho question of
tho man's Insanity wns not put to tho jury. Many
of thoso who Higncd the petition wero Intimidated
by officials. I say whether through nccldent or
otherwise, ho was deprived of tho nssialanco of a
medical mnn. I admit that I wns tho originator of
this matter. I am qnlto shocked nt tho questions
asked of officials to them. I did nil thnt I hnvo
done on tho pronilso thnt n niedicnl 'certificate
would bo had that tho man was Insane, I did it
merely out of n plillnnthroplo nnd Christian iden,
for tho lovo of thu human being, nnd for charity.
Dr. Webb said : My ronson for signing tho poti
lion wan boennso I believed tho iuanto bo iitsnno.
I havo not seen li I in. Havo had this, belief ovor
since tho trial. Said that I wouldn't bo willing to
giYO n certificate without examination, Don't bo
liovo that nil men nro insane who commit homi
cide. Tho Rlmp.0 fnct of trying to tako his own
iifo is one fnct to show Hint tho mnn was insane.
J. M. Lawlor said : Signod tills petition on tho
Btntemcnt of Father Lnrkln nnd Dr. Webb, simul
taneously, that the man was crazy. Wns only in
the country forty-eight houm nt tho tlmo. Simply
signed it as nn net of charity, supposing thnt tho
facts wero trno and known slnco tno trial.
Ashford Spencer said t Wait present at tho trial
of l'olua. 1 don't Jtnow of nny circumstances hot
ter known now than nt tho trinl. Think tlio mnn
was insnno. Ho cut his flngor nnd didn't feel it
nnd ho Raid thnt was why ho cut his throat. Did
not toll Father Larkin tho womnn was his wlfo.
Ho told mo ho was to bo mnrricd to the womnn.
1 heard that Dr. Wubb had examined him ntul said
that ho was insane. Think from his delibornto
manner of preparing to kill both himself nnd tho
woman thnt he was Intano. Ills manner of talk
boforo nnd nftor tho trinl did not Indicate to mo
that ho was insnno. No ono lias Intimidated mo
Mr. A. 0. Smith said : I did not sign tho peti
tion. Never, Baw petition nnd would not have
signed it if I had. Have no iden who signed it.
. A. Piorcot Wns prompted to sign tho peti
tion by a statement of a medical man that bo was
insano, Dr, Webb said bo. I know of no facts or
circumstances in regard to tho caso. Wna not
nwaro nt tho tlmo of signing tho petition that Dr.
Webb had not seen tho man.
F. Hnyselden said : Was ono of tho signers of
tho petition. Signod it because I thought ho was
Ins.ino nud.that I wns doing a humane net. Tha
fact that ho was keeping a womnn not hia wife,
killed her nnd attempted to kill himself, induced
mo to bpliove that ho was insano, or temporarily
George Williams : It was explained to mo that
thero were extenuating circumstances. Was called
In to tho Advertiser ofilco when passing by nnd
asked to sign. Know nothing nbout tho oase or
man. Am not opposed to capital punishment. If,
tho woman left him on Tuesday nnd he killed her
on Tliursany, it was muruor. auoutu Bay li wns
Ercmoditnted murder if he took proper precaution,
onght n knifo nnd sharpened It, etc.
Mr. Wobb: Signed this petition on being In
formed that a Moxican had boon recently roprloved.
Wns also told that there wero great doubtH as to
his nanity. Heard that tho circumstances of tho
two cases woro similar. Know of no circumstances
In regard to this enno. I think thnt it is nn insnno
talk when a man speaks of killing his mistress and
sho would go to heaven., I think that this investi
gation is irregular nnd not in regard to authority,
but in regard to procedont.
F. Godfroy : Havo no farther facta than hear
say that tho man was insnno. Signed it ont of
Mr. Luning : It was misrepresented to me thnt
tho womnn was his wife. Am sorry that I signed it.
W. A. Kinney : I signed'tho petition on general
principles. Would not see n dog hung much less
a human being, Havo hoard stories about tho case,
hut thoy did not Influenco me. I consider this tho
result of tho labor systom nnd liquor, nnd hnnging
the result ot it. The law protects liquor nnd tol
erates it. .Bollovo in punishment, but not iu capital
J. G. M. Sheldon : I signed it from what I know
of natives tlmt ho was not in hia right mind, al
though not actually crazy. He was mnd iu seolng
this womnn carry on in front of' him with hor
paramour. Was not at trial nnd novcr rend evi
dence. Tho natives look upon their mistress aa
upon their wives. Newspapers stated the case nnd
I mndo up my mind from that and outside infor
mation. Have not seen the man.
Walter Itussell t Do not know circumstances in
reforence to this man. Signed petition because I
am optioned to capital puuishinei.t. Statement lu
petition did not influence mo. Am sixteen yeara
Abraham Bolster : Havo signed petition. Waa
infa-nied thnt tho mnn wns insnue when be com
mitted the deed. Hnvo not soon him. Was in- '
formed by reports circulated about town. Think
it is wrong to hang a criminal. Know of no facta
H. Ii. Sheldon : Am one ot tho signers of the
Iwtition. Only rend last two lines of petition when
; signed it. Know nothing in regard to tho man.
Have not eocn him. Know of no reliable facts
that I can form judgment upon. Hnvo conscien
tious scruples against capital punishment. Know
of no facts. My motive waa that it waa adding to
a popular petition.
Captain Jackson : Am one of the eignera. Baw
petition and placard. Heard that the man murdered
nia wife; had groat provocation and was insane.
Heard that many leading1 men hnd signed. Do not
think I sliould have signed it if I had known that
tbo woman was not his wife. Simply signed It aa
nn net of raeroy aa all the otbcw were doing. Waa
not awaro of anything connected with the trial.
Mr, Goodale Armstrong t Do not know of any
facta concerning case nothing but what .waa re
ported to me at tho hotel. Mr. Hayaelden. Dr.
Webb and three or four others told me something.
Do not think that I heard him say that the man
Waa crazy, but heard that he had said it. Have
nothing more to any.
K. A. Williams s Do not know anything of cir
cumstances of case, but it waa represented to mo
that thero waa important evidence which could bo
produced that waa not brought forward at the
trial, Afchford Hponoor told me there waa such
evidence. He bad tho petition. Do not know of
anything in regard to the man. Only signed aa
matter ot ojinmlseratlon and to prevent sentence
being carried oat,
William Johnson t Do not think I know of any
circumstances iu connection' with the case. Un
derstood that tlie man was provoked by weeing the
woman cohabiting in front of him. He drove her
away to' go to hor parents,' but she went to tha
other man Instead. Petition wns lef f In my hand
for signature. It was BtaWl that tho petition waa
for tbepurpoao of staying execution until the con
demned man wns examined as to but sanity. Heard
that Dr. Webb said he waa Insane. Understood
that he bad seen the man and gave hia opinion
after examination. I so expressed to others that
the -man was Insane, and they signed on the belief
that execution would be stayed, Heard that the
husband was tied while the paramour and tha
woman were ia bed. Have ehsngsd mj ad wm
influenced by outside statement.
0. V. Houseman t Three men spoke to ma
aboutthecAse, oaeof whom was present at tha
trial and thought ha wm not properly Otauled.
That be was harassed by other natives and hilled
the woman. Wmplv signed it for weight of say
u t. Hare -oAVsaa -il-nhlstsd Dad not fear
OAVStavens i Haw been b ou year and
half. Have been employed oa Kaasi aad latterly
here, Hava no f aeta. Wm told by Dr. Webb that
thai nan was iueajM wea I atoned, the petition. I
do not think that a statement of a doetor that tha
man wm Insane who' had aot mm hiaa woald lav
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