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DY E. P. ADAMS.
PRIDAY, - - - APRIL 22d,
.It 10 A. JI.it.iili"i ItiHim.
A LINE OF GROCERIES :
Sacks llrnwn Hngnr,
CnncH Anntrnlinti Butter,
Sacks Small Yellow Corn,
Sacks California O.iw,
Hack California Bran,
Sucks California Barley.
K. I' ADAMS. Anct r.
Mortgagee's Notice of Sale.
"PY DIUKCTION OK 'I'll (KM AS
13 Drown the mortgagee, harm d In n certain Inden
ture or Mortgiigodatcd IlioSTlli day of December 1S7S
made by Mini ik I SlIvS, to Slid Thomas Drown,
1 am directed to sell at Public Auction on Saturday
rwih il it of April nt liM , at my salesroom In Honolulu,
All that rcruln piece or pucel of laml Ituatcd t
Puuntil, llnnolulti, Oahn, nml more particularly de
crlbod as follows) K hnonmka ma ka pnhala ma kr
klhl Akaii mauka, lioln Hem SIP Kum. 110 liauk ma kn
Papas Hem. Kl lllk, !K puk ma ko 1'ulil lot Ak. M
lllk. IM pink Ak. -IS 80' Kmn. !al pailk ma ko Antoulu
Sam. a hlkl I kr klhl mini U.'i7 LVkn, nml being Apan i 2
of KoyAl lMt. nt No SUM). . , , ,,
Also, that e rtalti piece of of land situated In Alrwn.
ltnnoliilu, aforesaid anil morn pirtlcularly described an
follnnst i: liiKimaka ma ka pnhakii I liooallona la II
nm ka pi pi'iaku, a kaalnn innltina k'n pall a o lioln
nmiAk. r,; ;W III irciuaiik Ak. II III, :J pailk, Hem
K," lllk. 71 pankalilkl I ka poliakuolal m.iluna ao o kn
vvalnnkeona Knpnpan Ho 2 III IH'J pailk Ihoalilkl
1 ka puhala lllk Mi' W III. HI pank I ka puliala nialoko
nkii pa pnhnkii I knawalo nl kn pahale, Alalia Ho lJ
Kom.ilW pauk ma kaaoaninakal okcluApiuin c kupono
nun I ka Kiialna alalia Ak. 11 Kom e hnlo pololcl mm
t Inns o ka pjll n Mkl I ko Mill I lioninakn nt M-HO Hl.n,
nml being piirllun of lanil described III Hoyiil Patent
No. 37ii7 Rnllaiiii Hrln 71M.
For further particular enquire of
K. P. ADAMS Auct'r
Or Cecil Iliuiw.M, Attorney for Mortgagee. SM
REALESTATE ON FORT ST.
By Ortlor of Coo. W, Macy, Esq.
SATURDAY, : : MAY 14th,
At la o'clock noon, at Siles Room, I will ofler
at public auction
THE WELX. KNOWN LOT
Hllnateil on Fort Street nbovo lleretanla.
This T.ot In 11)0 feet frontage on Fort street, anil 180 ft
reir Thern In n two story ilwclllnj house on tlio lot,
ncirly new, with cook-house, batlflionna and privy, ami
TWO WELLS 60 FEET DEEP,
well stoned nil from tlio bottom lor sewerage ptirpn.es.
Tim uater In laid on In four different places, anil piping
nil III Bind (omlltlon. There l 'ample room for tlio
erection of tun large cottages. Tlio fencing Is all new.
Tills In ono of tlio mint
Healthy and Centrally Located
Lota for n rcldcnco of any In Hie city of Honolulu.
Tho above sale offers n good opportunity for tlio pernia
in nt Investment of capital.
Title perfect ReeiM nt tlio expense of the purchasers.
Two-thirds of the purchase, money may remain nceitred
"by mortgage on tho premlnen.
For further particulars, apply to
i). W. MAOV. on tho premises.
or F.. 1'. ADAMS, Auct'r.
HENKY MAY & CO.
Receive per Stmr Zealandia
DUi: NEXT WKHK,
New Zealand Potatoes
AND 1'OK SAl.H AT
848 32 2t 98 rORT STREET.
' EDWARD MAY PROM BOSTON,
CaHCB W. K. Lowis, UhurkttiB, 1 gull glusB
CuBca W. K. Lowis, Ghorkins, i gall lasH
i Cases V. K. I.cwiB, Tomatoes,
Oaaos Ynrniouth Sugar Corn,
Cases' Yarmouth Succotash,
Cases Parker Bouse Meats and Soupi;
Cosns Tomnto Soup,
OasestMock Turtlo Soup,
Cases calves Head,
j Cases ,lIarrcot Mutton.
TCosm IrWijBlow,. ' rrv j ' f
'" - V ' ' J ' i. I
Cases boned Chicken, i
. i ' '
Cases honed Turkoy,
. Cases Ham for Siimlwiclics,
Cases Tonguo for S.uidwiuhos,
ICasos Uoston Folk and Boatis,
BOSTON CLEABl'OHK IN qr. Itbls,
' Barrels llostou Dairy Salt, f bhb 100 lbs
i iiBoston Loaf Sugar, a Supoior quality for
DOWNIR8 KKROSENE OIL.
FOR SALE BY
HENRY MAY & CO.
848 US 2t
ARTESIAN WELL TUBES,
The Honolulu Iron Work's
l now prepared to
rURHISHPBICES AND SHOW SAMPLES
Ut'Tili: AHUVK t'HM
National Tube Works Co's Works,
And to in.le cnnlr.cU to deliver It In JrKe or mall
qtunlMyJnJhUil'y . ?w f JL-
Hore Bedding Mattress Hay,
WKUh CUltKl), UAIiKI) AA'D
delif errd lu nuautie. to ult,
AT OWE DOLLAR PER 100 POUNDS.
Apely, lUrouKU me l'i umn'i iu
J II. WOOD, or
J, W HINULUV
HOIXISTER Si CO.,
pittite, bpeclflc. Ac. Ac
' " "
AcorrAuu of vivk .ooms
Knqulmon lh prenil.es, comer o( LmiaUloaiid
O. V. WARD,
Tobacco and Oljrarjij AsnU for I'. Lorillard A to..
W b. Kimball -V Vaulty Flr. ilixxlwlii tlV. Old,
Jud;!. Hucliauall Jt lle', tlcbiati'd 1'Iur Tcto,,
7.. "r ..' i..f.im.rv. 7 LouJou. lluuiplitey Ilouito,
&!: or at Ward' Uray btaud, otftr. for sale
fire Ww4, Chr.B" 4WWU iwd,
JuQaautitles to Suit,
BY BARTOW & TUCKER.
R O O MS A L E.
At Our New Sales Room,
Uext door to (1. Irwin & Co.
SATL'KDAV, : : : AIMUI, KM..,
At 10 o'clock A. .M., will 1)6 fold,
Dry Goods and Clothing-,
AND A I.INi: OF
Consisting In pattas followfi
Tlnn l'eacli Ilutter, Apple llittter, Assorted Jams,
Table and I'lu Fruit, llakdl Mnccaronl.
Ilojognn Sausage. Roast Chlrpm. Sail Mackerel,
Cornul Ileef, Head theeno, Luneli Tongue,
Maple Syrup. Sugar l'enn. snear Corn, Honey,
White Hone Svrup, Assorted l rurkcrn, Oynlirs.
Lima lleanr, IIiiikIih. Smokf d llerrlnen, Mudard,
llottlcn I'lcklm, ((round l'eptwr and Snoc,
I'alln of l.ard. Ilagn Corn Mini, lloxcn Tea, Cheese,
ll.icnn, IliiRn Wheat, llnxen Candle",
Iloxei Hen WllmvSoap,2t barn Inbox; lloxea Tobaccos
Spanish Saddles, Ac, .tc.
fjrFor further particulars see l'oters.
tlAUTOW .t TtlCKnn, Anct'rn.
o.vr. corr.uii: t'l.v.vo, a tii
Eflt toned Instrument,
; J ItAHTOW A TUUKKIt,
MULES AND HORSES,
iiitfir.it. Aiil.t. in: iti ri.ivnit ltv
'?! 'ho iimlfrsli'iiiii forthopurchaneof Mule mid
(y-V(J Hornen, uniS personal ntlcntlon i;irii by n per
M s mn In Hun I'mntlftlo to neliftlnir jitul nor.
chasing filename nccoitlliii; loonier slicn,
HAitroV .t, Tucnr.it.
REAL EST ATE FCR SALE
Valimlilc us nit IiuchIiiii'iiI.
United to jnod tennnts for a lonR period. llulldlni;s In
Rood rcp.ilr mid pleasantly locnud. Apply to
1IAHTOW &. TUCKF.lt.
HOLLISTER & GO.
HKO LKAYK TO
INFORM THE PUBLIC
That tlioy linvo moved Into thatr
NEW AND COMMODIOUS STOKE,
In the Flro Froof HulldlnR
NO. G9 NXTUANU, STREET.
Tlirco doom below their old stand, ilicre mny be found
tho most complete assortment of
Drugs, Chcnvcals Si Toilet Articles
is 'rut: cirv.
Amonc a few of their Specialties may bo found a Full
The Crown Goods
Perfumes. Soaps. Cosmetics,
AND Till: CKLEDKATUD
Opaline Face Powder.
Theso flomln receded the highest nward at the late
Sydney Exhibition over nil other competitors.
A LAIi GE ASSORTMENT
OF JOHN GOSNELL'S
Hair and Tooth Brushes,
CanielLiiK! fort lit; Coniplcxlon atnl Teeth,
LUBIBM'S AND PINAUD'S
Soap Cosmetics and Face Powder,
Especially adapted to thin climate.
A Full Lino of
Humphrey's Homeopathic Specifics,
embolic Atkl and CMorldo of Lime, for disinfect
Agents for P. Lorillard & Co's Celebrated
Tobaccos, and Drawing Boom
Tobacco and Cigarettes,
Buchanan & Lylo's Tobaccos,
Which, wo havo lately Introduced here, and which Is
rapidly growing Into fnor and demand.
WM. S. KIMBALL & CO'S VANITY FAIR
TOBACCO AND OIGAIIETTKS,
Welch ixt to well known all oer tho uorld as to need
no couiuent from us.
Goodwin & Co's Old Judge
TOBACCO AND OIOAnETTJIS,
ALWAYS IN DEMAND!
Armiii)' our One Hundred brands of OIOIAHS, no
uQiild cill esptclal attentlun to tlio
Tho Favorite Bed Brand, Pedro Murias,
Tho Iragrant Stump,
They alto contlnua to manufacture
Soda Water in all its Branches,
Together u llh their
JUNE lltli, 1881
rpilVj COM1XG UTir Or .1UXE IS
JL expected to bo
THE EVENT OF THE YEAR
And ureal encouragement will bo offend to bretdcra
and ow urr ot Choice Stock, In Wt tho speed and tin
prui tlio breed of llinlr iintmals. Trainers and owners
.huuldnut losoaljjhlot the fact that tho uudirsljncd
a ciiuici: mi' r
NEW ZEALAND OATS!
Frco from dutt. sound and fresh lust the the thin,' to
give bottom and spirit to nielli stuck Foraalu by
A. W. BUSH.
816 m Kt
NJ5V ultOGEllY A; FEED STOHE.
HAS OPliJXKD A GHOCIUIY AND
No, 100 KING STREET,
Wtero U will lo pleased to ervo lilt frlcmll and the
imbllo In j:iirl llh any arllrlu lu hit line at Ibo
Fresh Island Ilutter reccUed euTjr week.
)8W OtVK lllM A CALL If
BEIBERTS AUTOMATIC STEAM
IOH HALB IIY TUB
HONOLULU IKON WORKS CO
Tula Utile apparatus IU tb cylinder conUiUlr and
perfectly, bu Mill oil Is u.td that alnj; of oil and
wear equal la four lltnu Its co( piay be iifcctcd n ouo
Pint SUe, $45. Half Pint Site, $30.
1M.ATTKXI Ttt UIC-HAKIilNJ VKM.
ind cthr Drrviucr. Oflke at O, W McfjTue Co
Qutcu btrtct. & 9
DILLINGHAM & COMPANY,
NO. 37 l'ORT, STIIKKT, IIONOLUMT,
RESPECTFULLY CALL ATTENTION to the Nciv and Assorted Lines
of Goods, just re cived from New York and San Francisco, ex " Jlehpcrian,h
"Murray" " Kalakaua," " Wrestler," and other late arrivals, tchich they offer id
the. lotcest market rates. Large invoices of Choice Goods to arrive per " Zoe,"from
Liverpool, and " Cheshire," from New York.
All sizes, mailo to our order, extra Rtrong. ,
SULKEY PLOWS. Extra Plow Parts corfdnritly on litnd.
WATEIt FILTERS AND COOLERS,
A now invnico of tlio f.ivnrilo HyRietiio Porous Filters.
Coolers, nod Coolers only, assorted sizes.
Villi) CAGES, TEIii:GItAPII WIRK,
KEROSENE OIL-high test, best quality.
Having tnmlo nrrniiKcinptits to impntt direct Irmn first linntls, wo nie now prepared to oITer
tliu (lout nil in tlio nittrUot (150) nt fuvornhlu r.ites, Tliis oil is lrniic;lit frim tliu I-'nst In Snn
PranoiHcti hjr milt ii.ul, in curi tiwncil by tlio Company, nml tlio grcitt loss friiui iviikngi' nml
iluloririr.itinn is iivnidvil. Tlio nil Is put tip in Cnns nml Darrein. In tlis latter form it will bo
fiiitml si grcnt crinonicnco to fumllica nml ictailcrs. Tbc barrels nru lhu! with ho.ivy tin, and
nro provided with a ronvenient fniicet. No leiikngc, nud no ihnrgo for inntntncrs which mo
rcttiruiililu when empty. Wo can tilso supply low-test Oils, guaranteed to puss tho Govern
ment Test, nt i educed rates.
POWDElt, SHOT, CAPS, j
Or.iiglinh and American Manufacture,
A fresh invoico of tho Celebrated "
Will each find a fresh and Well Assorted Stock of Implements, Tools and
Supplies suited to his requirements.
LAMPS, OIIAZDEUERS AND LANTERNS,
CAR1KAVE LAMPS-NEW STYLES AD PATTERNS.
LUBRICATING OILS, Pure, Unadulterated. fSSSf Uso gcmiino oils if yoi wish to ptc8orv0
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
Full Lines of
SHELF HARDWARE, CUTLERY, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, PAINTS, OILS,
VARNISHES, TURPENTINE, 3RUSIIES, ETC.
A GEN'JS FOR
Continental Oil and Transportation Co.
Hallidio's Rallied Wire and Staples,
Hallidiu's Patent Wire Rope,
Avorill's Chemical P.iiuts,
Tlio Haiti Wagon,
DILLINGHAM & CO.,
Cordially Invites tho public to
VISIT HIS 3STES-W JSTO
Where they Mill find a Large, and Sultablo Variety of
Dry and. Fancy GroocLs!
JUbT RECKIVKD PER "JIKK FOO" ANU "AUSTRALIA,"
Dress Goods Dopartmont.
lllack bilk Orcnadlnc,
Dlack bilk Iluntlnys,
All Mi tiles Satins, Silks,
Fringes, Itnttons nnd Trimmings,
To match all the aboic.
Also, an endless inrlety of Alpacas, Merinos,
AVorated, Woolen, nnd Empreg
Luh n Dress Patterns.
Ladies' I Gouts'
llcuiy Mittland Shawls,
Silk Mohair ditto,
Fiincy ditto ditto.
Flno hiiivy Ntpbtgowns
Flm Mi rino Vtti.
Fine llrlll'h Yt "oee,
riuoCid ditto ditto.
Fine Tweed bulls,
Flue Hoy's ditto,
Fine Hula and Caps,
Fine Wh. Alpaca Coats,
White llnrn buck dllto,
Illtlo dlfto ditto.
Wh. .Marseilles Vets,
Black and Colored Lace bilk Mitts,
Gloves, Ites t'nllircttes and bhails.
Adjustable Front and bide llnst Corsets,
lllack, While and Colored bilk bcarfoa nnd Tics.
Grand preparations arc being made for my
T?FT8ST INVjEN T O X 3T
Due notice of which will
838 A. M.
OPEN EVERY SATURDAY
TO PLANTERS AND OTHERS
I REG TO NOTIFY
Planters and the Public
THAT I AM PRUPARTED TO
FURNISH PLANS AND ESTIMATES
Steam Portable Tramways,
Willi or without Cars and Locomotives,
Specially adapted for Sugar Plantations !
Steam Ploughing,' and Cultivating Machinery,
Traction Khiiim and itoid Locomotives,
Liucouiutlvoii for any rhuko ot Railway,
Purtuulo EnKinea for all purposes,
Wliidiuc KiiRiui's for Incllui's.
MESSRS. JNO. FOWLER & CO.,
Of Leeds, England, whom 1 represent. Iunb suprlled
Portable jtalluays for Sugar Plantation In Cula, 1 rlnl
dad, Duiuarara, Peru and Mexlcn, foruil of which places
they have suppln d Steam Ploughing Machinery.
Tliey luvoalso during the last n years iiiiiiiufactnred
Locomotlvra for Hallways In Uteat llrltain and the Col
onies, Iudla, Mexico, Ceylon, Egypt and Peru, from '.M
Incb gauge up tnfifietil Inch fjauu, and suited for all
kinds of tracks and tnittlc.
'lhey lu(o supplied the Government" of Great urltalc,
Germany, Kus.ta and Italy with Traction Engines
which baie given cyery satisfaction, as well as larpo
umr.Lera for prlvatuuse.
Auy comiuiiulmltons to bo mMrcem.il to R, II, Fowler,
cirnof W. L. Oreen, Esq., or, W. Macfarlane ic Co.,
Ilouolulii, who will net a. their Agints,
Catalogues, with Illustrations, models and photo
graph, at the ab.no plant and Machinery may bv seen
ut iheoiUcttuf U. , Macfarlane A. Co
II. II. FOWLER, for
J NO. FOWI.EU .t CO.
H. II. 1 proposn to Islt tho dliferent Island, dining
lianeft few weeki, and shall ha pleated In gh a any In
loruiaitnu willi regatd to the application of theiltllrrvnt
eirlcaotthtuboiuiuciluery to each louitlty.
S-J It. II. I'OWLEIt.
The Germania Market
HAN HE UN TIIOKOHfllll.V illlMIVATHIt
and Is now constantly in receipt or the beat nt
BEEF, MUTTON, VEAL AND LAMU,
From Choicest Herds
Pork Sausages. IIoIojdis, Hind Cbccse, German
Sausages, Ac, always hand, us alto the best of Poultry
Uar Meats arr all cut and put up In Eastern style. All
orders faithfully attended to, ana delivered In any part
'lTM lJ' VAUPP i. hCIIHAUElt. Proprietors.
SCHOOL OF COOKERY RESTAUR AN I,
Ilctwccn Mercbaut and queen Streets.
Board 84 per week. 21 Mcul Tickets St.
VTu uvku caowisixo. hinii. a
131 limited number of boarders only, btrlct alien
ttoii to thstr comfoil a specially SO CELESTIALS
EUl'LOVKO. Quallly, clianllnets, and economy en
able mo lu set the best Ublej lu Honolulu, fall and
judgfor yoursrlws. tor Rill of Paiv .i-v Uazsttx,
' St in ALFRKU II. HOUGHTO.S. Proprietor.
T "W'lLIs GlVEa5 TO KNOW WHO
J. art lb Originator cf lh Malteioos btorlss that bare
Ltu clrcalat about mc , and I hereby fits noilcv that
1 'HI pioserutv auyoaa clifulatln such rp..ts. ThU
l va Uitokom, I ujcau builass. .V. Ue A MS
.Tewett'a Water Filters and
in packages to suit.
Carbolized" 3 & 1 ply, and "Standard" 3 & 1 ply
Albany Lubticnting Compoind,
California WiiB Works,
Albany Cylinder Oil.
37 FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
. MEL LIS
House Furnishing Goods.
lied, White and Unbleached Damask Table Linens,
Table Covers nnd Napkins to match.
Hep and Printed Wool Tuble Overs,
Lace Curtains and Tldit s,
White and Colored liedsprcadi,
French Marseilles quills.
Lace and Embroidered Plllon Shams,
Russian, White Crash and Linen Ton els,
Ac, Ac, Ac.
Children and Babies'
Point, Hnnlton, Linen, Valenciennes, Venice, Caro
line. Languldoc and Pillowcase Luces,
Embrolderlca nnd Insertions,
Plain, Clrus, Grain uud Pleated Ribbons,
Wax Heads, Flowers
Embroidery, Worsted nnd Crochet Pattern Rooks,
Worr.li d, Embroidery Silk,
Linen Floss. Cardboards.
Chencilles, Crochet Nculics,
White nud Colored Jinu Canras.
Ac, Ac. i-c.
1) filcn In a future Issue by
MELUib, urewers biock.
EVENING PNTII. 0 O'CLOCK.
Notice to Creditors.
TUB UN-DiaHSIO'ED HAVING
been duly iippolnlcd Adminltlratrlx of thu eastuto
ot Leon Dejean, utu of Hnnolulu, diciased, notice Is
hereby given to. all persons to pn.ri.iit their Uultus
against tlio tttuto of said Lean iJCJiun, (Inly aittheu
tduted, whether secured by itortgago or otherwise, to
CKOII, RROWN, AttorntynLnA,ut Ills ottlce, No. S
Knnhuinaiiu Street, Honolulu, Uahu, within six months
from the datu licrinf, or they wilt bu forever barred.
And all persons Indebted to said estuto are hereby re
quested tu make Immediate payment to add OhCIL
Dated Honolulu, April Snd, 18S1.
ADELE UEJUAN, Administratrix
.It it of the dale ef Lcou Uejeun, deceased.
PROPERTY FOR SALE
, IN NORTH KOHALA.
fVUIK UXBURSIGKKD BK1NG
1 obliged to leave thu Islands, offers for sale. In lots
to suit buyers, the whole of
HIS PKOPEHTY IN NORTH KOHALA,
Cino utnl l'nstnro Lunds, llonses, Bnililings
unci Wharf, Horses anil Cuttle,
Cauo and llnrsn Wagons, llulldlng and Whcelvrrlghtlng
Materials, General Merchandise, Ac, Ac.
If not snldbr tho Srst day of June tha abovu will be
oflsred at public auction. Fortcrms. apply n
Hli S3 gm B. 'TA1HES. Kohala.
A Iiarfjfl Assortment of
WINES AND LIQUORS,
Port Wino, Sherry,
Madeira, Sauterno Winea,
Brandies, &c, kc, kc.
FOR SALE RV
3U lm El) HOFrSOIILAEGER A- Co.
STEAM ANDWATER PIPE.
We would call tho attention of thosa requiring Piping
lo our large (lock of
154.000 Feet On Hand!
Illick Welded Steam Pipe ) to 7 In. diameter.
Galvanized Water Pipe H to 3 lu. diameter.
UT Th above at Moderate Pr lea s.
THE HONOLULU IEON WORKS COMFY
TO AKKIVE fEK " KALE,"
FOR SAG UY
8td M lu
II. H'UrELB sk CO.
OFFICE FOR RENT I
IK" THE TEW MASONIC HAII
BitiUlfis, torwf vt iwu aaU Fort u. apply ' lo
v C 9. BAKTOw,
Sealed tenders will be received at the Interior OfTlcr
nntll Thursday SIst of April at 11 noon, for furnishing
all or any of the following building materials the
Government may desire to purchase In Honolulu for
tig mouths from that dadt
North Weil timber, per M.
North West scar.tllng, per M.
lloirds .t nations, per M.
North est Tongned .t (Iroorcd, per M.
White Cedar Shingles, per M.
North West Surfaced, per M.
Itcdwood Surfaced, per M.
Redwood Tongned and Orooved, per M.
Redwood Hustle, per M.
Redwood Scantling, per M.
Redwood Scantling clear, per M.
Redwood Shingles, ptr M.
Nails and Spikes, per keg,
llrlck, Lime, Cement.
Il, A. P. CARTER, Minister of tho Int'rlnr.
Interior Olllce. April l.ltlt J89I. 81'J .15 tl
APRIL 10, 1881.
Builnoi. Agent's Notice.
All advertisements for tho bAtumiAr Piikss must be
sent In by Friday noon No Insertions for the current
Issue can be guaranteed when sent In later.
Advertiser, will mark thu nnmber of Insertions de
sired, from which date they charge. Any not so marked
will bo charged.) mouths.
THOS. 0. THRUM, Dullness Agent.
NOTES OF THE WEEK.
Kioiit paBncriRcrB arrived in Honolulu from tlio
Colonics by tho HeahmUa.
lir rcnillnK tlio 1'ollco Court proceeelliiRi In
to-tla.v'fl I'ntjM, it will lm soon that alt San Trail
ciHCo'li.iH been on a druult.
CoMMUNtOATWND iiitctuleel for publication in tho
Pi-tet ahoulet bo ncnt in as early in tho week as
Tik ninnunt of criralnnl bunlneos in tho l'olico
Court iltirinj tho lnut two weeks has been fireater
than (or many mouths past.
IIfv. Mil. Hand ami family, Captain Bray of tho
Mat ntiiii Star and 1 to v. Mr. Whitney nnd family,
loft for tho Stated by tho Ztatmulla.
Wr. aro under obligations to W. Q. Irwin .t Co.,
and C.iptaiu Ilabcook, for tho uso of Into Sin
Frnticiaco pipers received by tho Comuelo.
TjiEnn will bo appropriate Easter servico in tho
Fort Street Church to-morrow j n sermon in tho
morning, and a piniso service in tho cvenini,'.
Montis. QnESovicn .t Co. havo Bent us a samplo
of Now Zealand apples, they appear to bo flno,
uell-Rrown fruit, and in excellent preservation.
Tun nincailamiliiK of Nmianu street it com
pleted to thu vicinity of School slveet. Lower
Niiuaim is now ono of tho best thuroughfaris in
The Fort Street coiiRiOKatiou will reccivo with
rccrct tho tender of resifruation which wu henr is
made by tlio Hcv. Mr. Frearon account of bis
In tho Board of Health leport in last Saturday's
1'nn.HS thengoof Moknola, n littio child that died
at tho ipinrantino hospital, Blionld havo been
" thirteen days" instead of thirteen years.
Sbteraii pirlios were on trial in tho Polico
Court this week for furnishing intoxicating liquor
to native Haw.uians and for g lining, as may bo
Been by referring to our l'olico Court record.
One case of small-pot was discovered nt Fisher
man's Point eslerdav morning, in the simohouso,
containing fifteen porsons, were six with tho fever
that precedes tho brn.iklng out of tlio disoaso.
Wr. givo this week the report of n number of
Phjsicinns who havoexnmined tlio prisonor Polua
this week. Further inquiry into tho case will bo
resumed when additional cvidouco can be obtained.
Yestekdat Goon Fhiday was tho day appointed
by II. 11. II. tho Princess Regent ns n day of spe
cial prayer. Tho public olllccs nnd most of the
stores wero closed, and services held in all places
of worship. Largo congregations attended.
A ndmiier of very largo cargoos of sugar havo
left this port lntoly, but tho ZealamHa carried
away tlio biggest cargo this week that has ever
beeu taken from hero, 1,403,1!)! lbs. Sho also
took 800 bunchos of bananas and other freight.
An amusing scries of pen nnd ink drawings is
displayed in Whitnoy & lobertsons window,
depicting Uio experiences of an Artist and an
Amateur on their way to take sketches of tho Pali.
Wo hopo tho ltoad Saporvisor in vy study them.
Br tho correspondenoo published elsewhere it
may bo seen that Bix medical men who havo per
sonally examined tlio prisonor Polua distinctly with
regard to tlio stato of hiit heart, declnro unani
mously that they can detect no traco of disetiso
in that organ.
The Atlcerthtr, in ransacking for quotations
under tho hoad of "Mercy" has missed tho
following from " Mensuro for Measure :"
" Mercy Is not Itself, that oft looks so.
Pardon la still thu nurse of second woe "
There have been fow arrivals of sailing vessols
from tho Coast lately, tho vessols that woro thoro
last month being detained by waiting for tho
arrival of the Cai of S'ew York with orders for
freight; nnd in consequence wo have, not received
tho mails as often us wo did list month.
All sortB of nbsurd stories nro published in
San Francisco concerning tho object of King
Kalaknua'a foreign tour. A Now York paper which
calls itself Truth (hi cm a iioii tucemht) states that
tho real object of tho trip is to olfect a sale of Ills
Kingdom for 15,00O,O00 purchaser not named.
Errata. In our last issue wo wrote unwittingly,
Thursday ns tlio evening of tho second Pinaforo
rehearsal nt tho now Thcatro, it should havo
been Friday, and in writing of tho assassination
of tho Emperor of Itussia, wo nro inndo to speak
of tlio crime from a nocel point of view, we wrote
The Zealaixliti arrived from tho Colonies on
timo last Mond ly ovoning mid loft for Sin Fran
cisco about 2 r. si., on Tuesday, Sho was heavily
loidod, and took 720 tons ot sugar from here. She
had on bo ird 'SV1 ptssengors i'ii trumitit nnd took
75 from Honolulu, tho, largost number that has
left hero by ono stoamer for some timo.
Following is tho programme for tho open nir
band concert nt Emma Square nt 4:30 r. m. to-day :
Overture- Peter Schmoll,.,... , Weber
Prayer-Mnsca In Egypt, , Rossini
Chorus and March Ulcuzl, , Wagner
Waltz Pamphlets, , hirnusa
Scltctlon Meilslorlle Roitu
Leono Luno and Ah Lee, the Chinese charged
with the murder of Ha Leo at Panoa a short time
sinoo wero tried in the Supreme Court last
Wednesday. Very few additional facts wero
elicited nt the examination except that Ah Lee was
not accessory to thu murder. Leong Lung whh
found pullty and sentence to bo hung and Ah Lee
The rito of confirmation was administered on
Sunday last, Palm Sunday, by tlio Bishop of Hono
lulu nt the Anglican pro-citliodral to twouty-ouu
candidates who wero presented by tho clorgv at
tached to tho cathedral. Amongst tho candidates
wero lluwaiians nnd foreigners, iidultsniid young
of both hexes. Tlio church waa tilled with their
rolativis and friends.
Mubdkii appears to bo at a premium just now in
San Francisco, vide the rrixirt of Knl loch's
acquittal in the Forolgu news in this issue. We
do not for u moment suppose, that the ttcntmients
of the vast majority of C.illfornlaus cro repre
sented by tho raob cwho cheered Knloch and
harnessed themselves like well, harm to his
chariot i but they were the sentiments of the
habitual pistol-carriers nnd oners.
Tut number of popte at Emma square last
Monday night to attend tho Band concert was the
largest that has been nut for many months, nnd
the playing was never better. After tho ZtuUndia
Cot along side the wbaif a Urge number of her
JinavengorsciimeuptotlioBqiiarennd setmed to en
oy the raiulo very much. The Band also played
u number of airs at the wharf before the steamur
left for Sau Francisco on Tuaiday.
A TEureBiKCs addrvas) was given on Monday
last at the Betbsl Vestry by Captain Bray of the
Momlnj Star. Considering the limited notice that
had been given thereof nsd the arrival of the
dtenm.r for Han Fraucico, ho must have., been
highly gratified at the Htttmdanoe, and ibe minda
of the movement greatly vneoaraged at this evl
.deuce ofpqblio support and sympathy In this re
rteaed eCort to overcome the evils of intemperoucs;.
The address was based on tho cipsriencca of the
Eker and others that any hope in iadividaal or
getsfert vsrs faiiU wWtoat a tharrniafc ro
se on LViriaa aid, and trtuting the Orocs) of
fiod to nreieois) tba loagint 4mIxo tat strong
drink. VHewi saeattoios twl eorBMi ceau
wero prewntrd llif rowlth, which it is hoped tlio
Ronenl public may jot havo tho opportunity to
Wn havo received tho following with tho request
that It bo published in today's I'mast
"Honolulu, April 13th. 1SS1.
" Eorron SATtmnAt Pnesa ! In tho proceedings
of the Police Court for last week I see tho nnmo
P. .McDonald, charged with drunkenness, etc.,
which should rend P. F. McDonald.' As It Is
not vr-rv iilnriM.ini t.i Imvn mv nnmo in fordnitikcn.
ncss wlin I nm innocent of tho charge, I nsk you
to publish this, and oblige yours respectfully,
Petek McDonald, Commercial Hotel."
The procecdlnga of tho 1'olleo Court am copied
for tho Paean from the ronrt records, nnd tho
nnmo appeared last week just as wo found It there.
Tnrj Government lins decided to nccept tho
tender for tho construction of tho Marine Hallway
mado by Hon. H. G. Wilder, nnd the necessary
diicumonts nro being drawn up. Wo understand
that .Mr. Wilder undertakes to eompleto tho Itnlb
way and machinery in eighteen months nt n cost
of $99,1)00. On completion, tlie Government hns
the option ofloifltng tho Iltilway to.Mr. Wilder
forllfteon yoirsntn rental wliicli will pty fiiwr
cent, on tlio amount of piiblio money expended, or
to work it themselves, Mr. W. ngrecing to tako
up tlio lease if required by tin tloveriiment to no
so. Mr. Crandall. tho Subniiifino Engineer, went
tip lu tho Zei)lamlh on Tuesday to makn arrange
ments for procuring tlio lumber nnd other
materials to bo provided in H til Francisco and tho
Pncillo Stated and Territories, nnd proceeds tliciico
to Now York nnd Liverpool to contract for Iron
work nnd machinery, and wo hopo roon to boo tho
approaches commenced nnd the llrut timber laid.
Tho Government will nlso receive n ground rent
for tlio land to bo occupied by tho various
We cannot refrain fuom remarking on tho
sentenco awarded to n native, Kalaptclua, who
was brought before the l'olico Magistrate on it
chargo of assault (on his wife) with n dendly
weaixm. Tlio mm vvns no strangor In tho Polico
Court, hnviiigbeen brought iipbeforofor(amongst
other offences), adultery, assault nnd threatening
to tako tho lite of his wire. Ho habitually ill
treated his wifo, an eminontly respectable woman,
had beaten her, had biticu her, tearing tier llcsh,
and finally draw a pistol on hor mid was only
saved from the crime of murder by tho inter
ference, of neighbors. On being In ought beforo
tho Polico Court, tho Magistrate, vory justly, as it
appears to us, decided that an offence ho serious
should bo sent to bu tried by n jury and com
mitted him nccordingly. Ho was duly indicted
nnd pleaded guilty, nnd was sentenced to pay a
lino of ton dollars and to bo imprisoned fo'r three
ilavs. Tho man's concublno pild thu fine, and tho
wifo was left to feci that her lifo was sifo from
her husband's violence for three days. The Penal
Code, Chapter IX., Sections provides that "Who
sover shall commit an nssiult, or an assault nnd
biltery on another with knife, sword-cane, or any
other weapon, obviously nnd imminently danger
ous to life, shall receive fifty lathes on lila back,
and bo fined ono hundred dollars, nnd Imprisoned
nt hard labor not to oxceed flvo years, in the dis
cretion of tho Court." Section 4 of the same
Chapter enacts, " Wliosovcr shall assault another
with intent to ninlni or disflguro, etc. shall bo
ptinishod by a flno not exceeding ouo thousand
dollars and Imprisonment not moro than flvo
Followino aro tho Polico Court proceedings for
tho week : Mannel, assault and battery on Enos
Parara, (lufejxowKi'ontorcd by prosecution. Ah
Zu, furnishing intoxicating drink to nativo Hn
wniians. found guilty nnd lined ?I00, costs .?3 CO J
nnd in default of payment of lino nud costs, sen
tenced to 00 days' imprisonment nt hard labor.
Cino appealed to intermediary court. Narcissus
Perry, not reiwrting case of Btnnll-iiox to Board of
Health, found guilty and finod &0, costs $3 TO.
Lcong Pn, hnving opium in possession, pleaded
gnllty and was fined !J75, costs $3 ; and in default
of payment, sentenced to six months' imprison
ment nt hard labor. James T. Pickering, drunken
ness, forfeited $6 ball. William Grossinit, assault
nnd battery on Kn.iknili, found gnllty nud fined
?fi, costs 1 20. Charles Bolabola, furnishing in
toxicating liquor to native Hawaiians, found guilty
and lined $'M, costs ,?3 60 j and in default of pay
ment, sentenced to 00 dnvs' imprisonment nt hard
labor. Case appealed to Intermediary court. Ma
kini, driving dray faster than n walk, fined ?r,
costs SI. Knmakan, churned with common nui
sance in permitting a ferocious dog to go nt largo
nt Moanalut, found guilty nnd fined $10, costs
53 70. Koalohn, w., nssault and battery on Joela,
her husband, sentenced to imprisonment at hard
labor, and to pay costs, SI 80. llobcrt Vakeiu-in
and Knale, adultery, both pleaded guilty. Wnko
man was fined ?30 and $2 TO costs, nud Knalo ?10
nnd $2 TO costs. William Denisoii, disturbing the
quiet of tho night, pleaded guilty nnd was fined
$5, costs $1. James O'Koily, heedless driving,
forfeited $'J0 bail. Ban Francisco, druukennoss,
forfeited ifl! bail. Kakalia, drunkenness, forfeited
SO bail. Uilama, Kauakaole, Kioni Kalua, Mikaul,
Maecllha, Keawoiki, nnd Kuuluku, gaming: Kea
wciki, w., fined $10, costs $2, and sentenced to 21
hours' imprisonment nt hard labor. Tho others
wero encli sentenced to $12 hours' imprisonment
nt hard labor, and to pay $2 costs. Po.ii, furnish
ing intoxicating liquor to nativo Hawaiians,
pleaded guilly nud was fined $75 nnd $3 costs :
and in default of payment, sentenced to 150 days'
imprisonment nt hard lnbor. Lima and Juan
Castro, drunkenness, each fined $C nnd $1 costs.
Wniolo, deserting her husband J sho consented to
return to her husband and pay costs, $3. Kaoka,
w., gaming, lined $8 nnd $3 costs and sentenced to
six hours' imprisonment nt hnrd labor, Aknkn,
furnishing intoxicating liquor to nativo Hawaii
ans, romanded lo to-day. John Kerr, assault and
battery on H. Hart, defendant reprimanded and
discharged on piymont of cOsts, $2.
The annual raeoting of tho Young Mon's Chris
tian Association was held at tho residence, of tho
rotliiug President, Dr. J. M. AVhitnoy. This an
nual mooting of tho Y. M. 0. A. has always beon
an occasion for nocial festivities, not moroly for
tho transaction of routlno business. Thoro wns a
largo gathering of friends to participate in those
festivities, ns woll as a full representation of tho
membership. Prayer was offored by ltev. W.
Frear, and thon tho Association proceeded to the
election of now officers for tho ensuing yoar.
Hon. Uonry Watorhonsa was cho3on President i
Thomas G. Thrum, Vioo-Presldent ; E. Dorapsie,
Secretary 1 0. T. Dillingham, Tro tsurer. Tho ro
port of tho former Treasurer, C. A. Potetbon,
showed rt satisfactory stato of tho finances: total
receipts over $700, nil bills paid, and a balnnco on
hand. The receipts hayo como from subscriptions,
oolleotions at Fort-street Church nnd tho llothol,
nn i entertainments at the Lycuum. The expendi
tures havo been for tho reading room in tho
Sailors' Home, tho Chinese colporteur, nnd the
lastpigoof tho Frteint, edited by a committee of
the Y. M. 0. A. W. E. Kinney, Secretary for tho
last j oar, reported n total membership of 67, mi
average ottundtneo of 23, and a year of lull activity
in tho various linos of Christian work. A. F.
Cooke, for tlio Committeo on Early Prayer Meet
ing, reporlod only u limited nttendanco of tho
membership, and gnve thu nemos of those who had
served ns leaders in tho CI meetings held during
tho last j ear. The nddretw of tho retiring Presi
dent, Dr. J. M. Whitnoy, showed tho vnrluty and
success of the work douo during the period of his
administration, in visiting tho prison and tho hos-
iieiu lor iiiino Hugging
rcsses nt tn regular
ssful eitorw in pro
moting tempemuca work. 'Iho niltlross closed
with nn earnest appeal for tho admission of ladies
to tho privileges and labors of the Association, nnd
r.r.iii.fnl renniiiiltloii of the sviuii.itliv and co
operation of ltev. Mr. Frear, whoso resignation of
tho paHtorato of Fort-streot Church involves alio
tlio loss of his hearty uud ready assistance in tho
work of tho Y. St. O. A. Then followed brief nd
drosses from ltev. Mr. Frear, ltev. Dr. Damon, H.
II. Dolo. Judge McCully. W. O. Hniith, Professor
Swift, late of Montreal, and others. Soiuo Una
pianoforte playing from Mrs. Handford con.
tributed to tlw onjoyment of the evening, and solid
satisfaction whh taken in tho abundant refresh
ment provided bv tho hostess. CJulto i number of
new members signed the constitution, and .tho
Association starts off on its now year under moat
f avorublo prospects.
Tine Bchoonor American Ulrl left Kahnlul for
San Francisco lu&t weik with a large cargo of
sugar mid six pasdongers.
A PAUtso attempt was made to kill and rob Mr,
John Boardman nt Kahulul about 1 o'clock on tho
night of Monday, thu 4th inst. Ho was aroused by
tho smashing of his window cIobo to his bed, and
jurapud up and got u revolver which roftiaed to
work. He then got another and fired twice and
then this pn also stopped working. About this
timo his native cook enma out of hi house sad
narrowly escaped being shot, as thruo bullets
struck within a foot of bid door. With tto re
volvers la his hand ho fired ten times at the rob
bers which ellectnally cleared tho premises of
thcui. It was found after a light was procured that
Mr. Boardraon's uand had been badly cut by au
axe that was found in his room. In tho morning
a sledge hammer, i crowbar and a hoe-handle
were also found, which the assaulting party had
left in their hurry. No clue has vet been found of
the perpetrators of the deed. Mr. Boardoian, at
last accounts, was doing well.
Report of tk IhMUftax Hospital.
For the week ending at 8 a. m. of Friday, April
Patlenls'ln hospital April 8th.,, .....Ill
Hvcrhcl from loMjn. .,...,.... ...,.(., .'yl
' .learner l.dlL,. ..,.,- S ,
Urokeoutoa prosaists. . ,,..,, .,..,...., 7 A
bled.,. ............,.,.. .,.... ...,...l J
Dlsctma cared, , "
Xsnalalsg April Mi. ft
Two ot tlia dU eiiUlri in uxidM ogp jwr
ofatt, CaiuJM T. HoMswa, M. v.
Uoa0hslu,AyfttlsSOi,sUI. ! , ' . .
nltal, furulslilus ompioyn
work, popular sciontlllo add
monthly meetings, nnd succe
Wo nro Indebted to tho Oaittti for the nso of tho
following jnbios, which show the comparative
rainfall nt Hilo from April 1st, 18S0, to March 31st,
1881, and from August 1st, 1840, to Jnly 31st, 1817 t
RAtt Riconn, Hito, IIiitAif,
From April 1st, i$t,
Rcconn or Rain of 111 asd 197,
St! - "
?' '.3 "
A 'V o
kept by Rev.T, Coan,
From Augnsl 1st. 1810,
tu July 31st, )9I.
(IL'-arranged to cotnpara Willi IPSO
August. 15IH, ........
February, " .,,
Total TO 07 I82.UU7
Tlio above record of 1810 nml 1817 was published. In
the J'ollntHan In Aurnst. 1817. In the renori. Mr.
Coa'i safst "The gresiesl aaiount which fell tu . day
was tO.ilKS Inches. This vvns on tho Stst of March.
Taking the year together. Il has been tho mot rainy
of any we have experienced since our residence at tho
Islands." At that time Hllo had been his homo lor
Enrron Satohdat Pntss: Will yon allow mo
through your roluiuus to draw attention to a mat
ter that striken jue ns of suinclent importance and
long enough neglected. A traveler leaving Wal
moa for Hamakua, falls in tho near vicinity of Mr.
Lyon's chnrch, into a well defined system of trnckg
that take him directly toward two small hills some
threo miles distant. Having turned to tho left of
theso hills hd finds himself almost immediately
without anything to direct his Btcps. Vnrionssmnll
tracks aboul equally well defined, or noii-ilrnitd,
load in every diroctlon, and any ono of thorn is apt
shortly to fndo away and lenvo him to excreiso
his choico of another ouo. Hit or miss, ho must
proceed in this way f6r perhaps. threo miles, nnd
then if luck hns favored him, ho strikes the Acku
road, nud hns lib further dllllcultv. Otherwise ho
may thank anyouo but tho road Supervisor, if ho
does not sjiend somo hours in tho woods, happy if
ho Is not wet to tho skin and not overtaken by
Travelers do go, even ns I have repeatedly done,
nnd ns n rulo manage to get through without
serious difficulty. But hero is n dlBtanco of say
three miles through tho woods without any prop
erly defined road ; prostrate tress lie lu every ili
rectlou across nny track that ono may choose, jet
tho ground is comparatively level, freo lrom stono
nnd easily worked, cither by hand or with n plow.
I will try to bo brief nnd relate a recent experience
of mine. I havo been over that road and back
about four times, nt intervals of nbout tlirco jenrs,
and missed my wny but onco beforo. Tho tiny of
my Inst return wns rainy nud foggy ; all below warn
running water or soft mud., I came all right to
tho end of tho instinct road nnd pnesed n mud lint
which seemed unfamiliar, Jet having left Hint
road ns it seemed scarcely four minutes behind,
tho only effect was to put mo on tho watch. In
tlirco minutes mora it wns very evident that I was
too far eastward. Wheoling Bomowhat sharply
into a truck to tho right I oatno upon a broad road
which of courso must be my road, yet kym there
such a road nt this port of tho ronte f All bo
camo moro nnd moro strange and tho woods moro
and more dense, far as the eyo could penetrate tho
fog. Tho friendly guiding hills that should havo
been ou tho right, were gone.
This wns undoubtedly tho road to Mima and
must bo retraced, a mile to that mud flat. Choosing
between n dlvido in tho road whore its definite
character ceased, I came to tho mad lint. A study
of tho situation revealed n half dozen or moro
trackH radiating from it. Striking into ono which
like tho others soon faded away, I went say half
a mile, and thou back for a now start. Tho sun
by this timo had sufliciently declined to glvo n
somewhat uncertain Indication of direction, and
waiting until n break in the fog revealed its trno
situation, I pointed for two hills a milo distant,
which proved to bo old friends. I shortly met a
stranger whom I afterward learned wns Mr. Fowler,
tho railroad man. Ho had started from Mann for
Hainnktia, and found himself in Wnimea, from
whence ho wna ranking a now start.
Inwardly wishing him better luck than I had
hnd, wo passed. I could afford to cheer up, for
though wet nml cold, I hnd como into Hniishino
nnd a familiar region : but here was a strangor on
tho point of striking into disagreeablo surround
ings with nine chances to ouo in favor of spend
ing nn tinprofitnblo day In the Moods. I had been
Jlie hour nnd tirtutii minutes instead of tho usual
two hours, nnd I hero learned that a gentleman
and his wifo with otters, somo of whom us I un
derstood woro supposod to bo acquainted with
the route, had but a day or two before lost their
way nnd spent tho night in tho woods; and those
aro not tho only cases. Now, is this right ?
Is it right that a regularly traveled route should
bo in such a primitive condition of " trackless
vyaste" that even ono who has been over tho route
may so easily loso his way t
Wo eay no, and if that gentleman who spent tho
night in the woods with bis wifo and friends will
make himself heard, perhaps future travelers may
bava reason to thank tiirn. Yours truly,
One or the TnAVKLtso Public.
Hawaii, March 2d, 1881.
Following is iho Board of Health's small-pox re-
Jiort, with list of deaths, for the week ending Fri
lay, April lGth, nt 12 M.t
Sinnll-pox cases reported slnco last report 40
Case's previously reported , ...,4.... .Wi
Total small-pox cases reported tin
Number of deaths since last report.... t!H
Number previously reported., , , 1HU
Total number of deaths....i 217
Placed In quarantine stuca last report, at Kobololoa
Hospital ,, , V.
At resilience .......! l.MI
Placed In quarantine at last report ,.1540
Discharged well ,.,.., its
Released from quarantine, kokuas,, 419
" " " Chinese,,, lll-
Total in quarantine this date.. il75
J. A. IUssixoeh, becrctary.
LIST OF TIXATtlS MKCK LAST UPOBT.
Kokua, w TO years, Pauhi.
Kamaka, w.. Vi years, Quarantine Hospital.
Maria, w., 11 years, " "
Kelitkuewa, k., 17 years, " "
Hoomana. w., 40 years, ' . "
Kutunka, k., 4 months, " "
D. Kekuamii, k., 3 years. " "
Kaloni. k 40 years, Knkaako.
KealA k., & yours). Ninlona.
Alone, k., 4 years, Waiklkl-kai,
Keuiiaiitiu, k., 0 week.. Iwllol.
Knwano, k., 117 years, Quarantine Hospital.
Knluua, w., 25 years, " "
Welonlka, w., 1U years, " A "
Kaillalu, w., 45 year "
Wnliliicaea, w., 25 years, . " , "
Keola, w 21 years, Ualmoeipo.
Nawahinehula, k., 35 years, Aala.
Akiao, Chinese girl, A years, Mskaabo.
Palaiim, k., TO years, Pauoa.
Augusts, w., 'I years, Kaimikela.
Kaahanal, w., 4k' years, Quarantine Hospital.
LukaKabttlo.w., 21 years, " "
Kal'tuknpu, w., 18 years, " "
Ah Kau.K.til years, " "
Hoopli. w 18 years, " "
KehelekaU, w 42 years, ", ''
Kamaka, w,, 23 vears, " "
The ago of Mokuola reported in last week's
doath list as 13 years skould be 13 mouths.
, MAX JGCKABT,
WatchsaaliT, JJawatUr, Eavcrsvver and
No. 8 Kaahumanu Stirrl, Houotalu. Alt ordtn faith
fully eiccuud. 3J ly
ITM rsMMKtWsMK'AsTSIIs U. THAT
very desirable residence ,o. yja .-vnusim
Avcaat.cenl.lnlug eight rooais, kitchen, paoliy, bitb
roooi. urvaati' room, coscji uosse, idk uta ios.
bouse. Apply to J. II. WOOD, or
tW M tf ' VJ. S. WISEMAN, iff Merchant at.
POINTKB IseculerctUio estate of T.F.. Cooke,
Uic of Kau, Hawaii, doceaaed. be hy rcuue.ts all rni
sons owing etuu, to pft.m tfelrcfalsis to, and
all pttKMis fcatlnc claims omIdiI, said c,ut. vrpcc
sent thaui to the undersigned. ltbln six montl.s from
the Irst nottte of IbU pwHc-allou, ot thiy vtlllbafor'
ive,bir4. . .' t W.O.'l'AHKB, 3
31 It ' Kxecutor estate T. K. Cooke, dtctsstd.
SMALL COTTAtJE TO LET.
rrHK COTTAGE BjMIDO'CE OF
JL W, P,Tekr, oa BcteHsU tjtrett, far cat fwalsh.
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