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BY E. P. ADAMS.
THURSDAY - APRII 28th,
At 10.1 .11. nt Sulri Ituiilii.
A LINE Or GROCERIES :
Sacks Ilrnwn Sugar.
Case Atistnlinn llutter,
Hack Small Yellow Corn.
Sack California O.m.
Narks Cnllfnriiln Hrnn,
Hacks California Hnrlcy.
K. P ADAMS. Auctr
Mortpncco's Notice of Sale.
TV lMltKCTION- OP THOMAS
J llfnwii Hi tnnrfisfitree named In A certain Indelt
ture of Mortgage dated llir iTlli Cay of fleccmbeT IVR
made hy vnnii'i nuva, 10 sain utoma mown
I am directed In noil at Pnbllf uctlon on Saturday
rsllh day nf Vprli at I.' M . ' mysilesroom In lliinnlnlii.
All that crmtn piece ur parol or laud 'lUialdl ut
I'tinniil. Honolulu. Us liit. and mots urtlciilarly de
scribed ni follows K hoomaka ma ka puhala tun ke
klhl Akau mfltikn, linlii Item W hum. Ill) pauk ma ko
JMiiaallrm.au1 lilk Wjuak ma fco I'ulil lul Ak .w
Illk uipank Ak is II Hum M pauk m.i ko Antnnli
Hum 11 lilkl I kf klhl irnia 0,07 Kko ami brlnu A pan 1 J
of Itnyal Patent No i
Al.ii. (hat certain piece of of l.iii'l situated In Alewa,
llonolalu. sfareaaM and more particularly described aa
follow-,- K hoomaki ma Ka p-duku I luMiallona lull
ma lea pa pnliaku, n knalna niuluna oka pall n e holo
ana Ak.At'lM III. Its') pauk. Ak. IP III. itU patik. Hem
W llllc 71 punk n hlkl I ka pohaku nlal inaluna ao 11 ka
waha n krani Knpapaii llr VP HI 1'J pank Ihnahlkl
I ka puhala lllk. Ui' JO' HI. 81 pauk I ka pull ila maloko
o ka pa pnliaku I kaauale al ka pshale, Halla llr i?J
Kom ZPlp-iukma kaaoaomakaliikrlaApnna e kupono
nna I kaK11alnaalallaAk.il Knm liolu puloli'l aim
lluna o ka pall a lilkl I kr klhl I liuomaka al MMUl Kkn,
and Mut portion of land described In Itorsl patent
Kur further particulars enquire nf
E. T A1IA.MH Aucfr
Or C cut. lliuiwv. Attorney for Mortgagee !K
REALESTATE ON FORT ST.
By Order of Coo. W. Macy, Esq.
: MAY 14th,
At IS o'clock noon, at Silo Ilnom, I will offer
at public auction
THE WELL KNOWN LOT
Hltuated on Fort Street above Ileretanla.
TI1I1 Lot Is IUO feet frontage on l'ort street, and 180 ft
rear There la a two-story dwelling linuo on tlio lot,
nearly ncw-.wlth cook-Iionso, bath-hou. ami privy, nnd
TWO WELLS 50 FEET DEEP,
well stoned mi from tlio bottom lor sewerage, purposes.
Tli water la 'aid on In four different places and piping
nil In good condition There I ample room fnr tho
erection of two largo cottages. The fencing Is all now.
Thlt la one of the most
Healthy and Centrally Located
Lots for a residence of any In the city of Honolulu.
The above sale offer a good opportunity for the perma
nent Investment of capital.
Title perfect Deeds al the expense of the purchasers
Two-thirds of the purchase money may remain secured
by mortgage on the premises.
For further partlculars.apply to
. U . .MAO V. on the premises,
or K, P. ADAMS, Aucfr.
ARTESIAN WELL TUBES,
The Honolulu Iron Works
Is now prepared to
FURNISH PRICES AND SHOW SAMPLES
oi'Tiu: aiiovi; i'iiom
National Tubo Works Co's Works,
And In make contracts to deliver It In large or small
quantities In this city. Kill 'JO tf
HOLLISTER & CO.,
anu ixroiiTcns or
Tobacco nnd Clears; Agints for P. Lorlllard .t; Co.,
(W, b. Kimball A C'0'9 Vanity Pair, (foodwln & Co's Old
ludgc, lluchanan A- Lylo's Celebrated PIik Tobaccos,
Crown Perfumery, of London, Humphreys' llmnco
pathlctipeclllc, Ac. Ac. Bin
Horso Bedding Mattress Hay,
Tl'nJ-'J-' CURK1J, UAJiJiJJi AXD
f I delivered In qualities to suit,
AT ONE DOLLAR PER 100 POUNDS.
Apply, throuuli the Post Office, to
J. H. WOOD, or
J. W. HIM1LKY.
C. P. WARD,
?, m:it)iiA. r ami 77 tm:i:.v hts.,
Jrw: or nt Ward's Dray Stand, offers for sals
Flro Wood, Charcoal, Salt nnd Whlto Sand,
In quantities to Suit.
8EIBERTS AUTOMATIC STEAM
FOIl SALE BY TUB
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO
This little apparatus nils the cylinder constantly and
perfectly. So little nil Is tixd that n ravins; of nil and
wear equal to four times Its cost may be effected In one
Pint Size, $45. Half Pint Sizo, $30.
830 i 3m
FOIl HALF. IY
ftfi l THEO H. OAVIES.
3EE et -xxr aiian
TELEPHONE COMPANY !
i.M(iHiMiiiA'r:u m:c. ao, ihso.
II. X. WIOBMAKN Pbksidi"t
h. 0. WILDBK Vtcs.PnasiiiENT
O.O.DKHUKll , Sr.ciiirAUVANDTnit'Kt
WK ARK XUW PK:iARKD TO HUM, OK
rent tnh pnbllo fnr pr rate pnrposes only.com
plelq ontrlta of Tdtpliiinic liiltruini-iita f the hlr-l
patirn 0, Induillut thocelcbralixl ' llhke Transmitter '
Wtutll nlsq fntiilsb r.tlmates to erect prhnto Tele
phonic, lines ou tlio other Islands. For particulars,
ipnlylo 4 0.O.11KH0KIU
rill JJ Urn Sec'y Hawaiian nU Telephoon Co.
JUNE 11th, 1881
rrili: COMING 11TII OK JL'NK IS
THE EVENT OF THE YEAR
And great encouragement will bo offered l brveiltrs
and owners ol ( hnluihttKk, to test Iho spcrd and Im
print the treHl of their animals, Trainers ud ownsrs
bonld not losa sllit of tk fact that Iho uuderslcued
Las un baud
NEW ZEALAND OATS!
Frro froui dust, sound ami freab lust Iho Iho thing to
gWo Voltomaudsplill luiaclut slock For salt by
A. W. BUSH,
BWMSt 'on atrCft
. BAGGAGE EXPRESS
FCtn CA1UIY1NO MVUtCHANDISl
AND UAOUACIK OHIcf, at l'U-Wvrtii'j Jc Co's
). X. U Mte, corner Foil and Klli Mticls. Urdtra
iianclually allcudrd to, l'rltsle rltldfl.ee. 110 Hole) si.
biT w ait f ii tiinnxu
1' to 100 Bags Selected at 16 cts.
ron AtK UY
WITH lMMI IM A I'M 1 1. I.I. THAT
isry ile.lrabl sldn. No. t Miuanu
Avenue, cuuUlulug eight rooms, kltchru, pantry, bitli
ru.ua, Hants' room, ceb bouse, stabl tnd fol
huusc Apply In J.JI WOOD, or
BY IJARTOW & TUCKER.
At Our Now Sales Room,
Ni j! door to W (I Irwin A Co
Fill DAY, ; : : : A PHI I, U.l.li.
At toocloi k A M .will be Sold,
Dry Goods and Clothing1,
AND A MNP. OP
ronllliiln part aa follows-
Tins Peach Hotter, Apple Dutter, Assorted Jams,
Table and Pie Prints, llak'd Maccaronl.
Ilulngm SniixMc :usit l htckrn Mill Mackerel,
l nrii-d ll-ef, Heml t'hreie, Lunrh Tunirne.
Maple Syrnp. Hii;ar Pens, nvtut Corn, Honey,
While Hmr Svrnp. Assorted Cueker.. llers
Mma limn. Ilnorless Ninok'tl Herrinvs, Mustard,
Mottle. Plrkb'K (.round Pepper and Hajje,
Pills of l.nril. Hnga I urn Mi-aI, tlox-i fi-a, Choasr,
I! icon, ltaa V. heal, limes Candles,
lloxe Ileal Wllow Soap, '.'I bars Inbox; Dotes Tobaccos
Spanish Ssil.Ild, Ac.tc
Casra nf Medium llrnd, Ht Crackers,
Cnn of Sutfar ( rackers. Hags of Sugar,
Hales of Wrappmic Paper,
Sacks of Corn, Sicks of Wheat, Sacki of Oats,
"Kor further particulars sec Posters
HAHTOW A TITKr.lt. Aticfrs.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Ynliutlilc im nil 1 11 ct incut .
United toe il tenants for a loin perlo.1 lliilldlngs In
good rotiulr nnd pleasantly I icali d Apply to
MAHTOW A Tl'CKEK.
(UTici: von hkvti
S TIIK XKVT AlASOIO UAIjK
llnlhllii', corner or Ouceu and port sis. apply to
C S II Alt IOW.
HQLLISTER & GO.
HUG LKAVK TO
INFORM THE PUBLIC
That thoy have moved iuto tliolr
NEW AM) COMMODIOUS STOKE,
In the Plrc Proof Ilulldlns
NO. 00 NTJUANU, STREET,
Three doors below their old aland, where may bo found
the. most complete assortment of
Drugs, Chemicals & Toilet Articles
in Tin: city.
Among n few of their Specialties may bo found a Pull
The Crown Goods
Perfumes, Soaps, Cosmetics,
AND Till: CELKUIIATED
Opaline Face Powder.
These Ooods reccUed the highest auard ot the late
Sydney Exhibition over all other competitors.
A LA11GE ASSORTMENT
OF JOHN GOSNELL'S
Hair and Tooth Brushes,
Cmtiullliic for the Complexion anil Teeth,
LUBSN'S AND PINAUD'S
Soap Cosmetics nnd Face Powder,
Especially adapted to this climate.
A Pull Line of
Humiiliroy's Honieoniitliic Specifics,
Carbolic Acid and Chloride of Lime, for disinfect
Agents for P. Lorillard & Co's Celebrated
Tobaccos, and Drawing Room
Tobacco and Cigarettes,
Buchanan &. Lylo's Tobaccos,
Which wo hae lately Introduced here, and which U
rapidly growing Into favor and demand.
Wffl. S. KIMBALL I CO'S VANITY FAIR
TOIIACCO AND OlOAnETTES,
Which arc to well known all oer the world as to need
no comment froui us.
Goodwin & Co's Old Judge
TOIIACCO AND OKiAKETTKB,
ALWAYS IN DEMAND!
Anions our One Hundred brands of CIOATIS, wo
would call especial attention to tlio
The Favorite Red Brand, Pedro Marias,
The Fragrant Stump.
They also continue to manufacture
Soda Wator in all its Branches,
Together Itli their
SCHOOL OF COOKERY RESTAURANT,
Richards St roe t,
llctwcen Merchant and Queen Streets.
Hoard $1 per wct;k. 21 Meal Tickets St.
vio oi:ii oittnvitixi. - .no iiimi, -a
i limited number of boarders only Strict atten
tion In their comfort a spiclaltr. NO 0ULEST1A1.S
KMI'LUYKU. Quality, cleanliness, nnd economy en
able, mo to set the. best tabic In Honolulu. Call and
Judge, for Yiiurielert For Hill of Faro sec Oazettc.
iriJm AI.FUF.D HIIUUtillTOX. Proprietor.
TO PLANTERS AND OTHERS
I HEO TO NOTIFY
Plantexs and te Public
THAT I AM PUUPAUTEU TO
rURNISH PLANS AND ESTIMATES
Steam Portable Tramways.
With or without Cars and Locomovhes,
Spcclully mlitptcd for Sjrr Plantatliins J
Ht ci m 1Mdul;!iIii nnd CultivatltiRlIncUlncry,
Tractiutt lliiined ami HikuI IoomoticB)
loconuilivoH (ur any Range of Hallway,
I'm tnlilo KiiRiurs tor nil imriHwcg,
WimlldK Kiik'ineH fur lncHiun.
MESSRS. JNO. rOWLEH - CO.,
Of Leeds, England, whom I itprrscnt, have lupnlleil
poiuble lUllwata for bujar Plantations In fula, 1 lint
dd, DcDumra, l'rrnand lluxlco, foruilof wbleh places
ttuir iiiva supplleit btwtn Plou;hlng Michlnrry,
Triey have al.u daring the last II years manufactured
Locomotive for lUllwsjs In (iicat Ililtaln and lli Col
oulr., India, Mexico, Ceylon, F.iopt od Psru, from --V-liicb
iraiiuv u to b f.ct -1 luch cauitt, and suited for alt
kind ot ir.clt jd trsltlc.
TUcy bat supplied tbe (toicmmcnttof (irtit llrltslc,
Germany, Hii.si and Italy with Traction Engine
isblctt Ume i'en eicry satltfacttuu, as Hell a larre
uumlr fur piltiln us.
Aay romrnnnicauuiis to do aeMrcssci to K. II. rentier,
rroiiv u eiirru, r.sq , or ii Jtacraiun
Honolulu wbu lll pet Ibrir Aifenis.
C.uloirue. vtlth Illustration, models nd nhoto-
granlisol tho abov. plant ami machinery may bo sccu
al I Via iiSlc uf U, W. Macttrlano A Co.
it. II. FOWLKIt, for
, JXt FOWI.EH A CO.
N. H, I profoso to visit the dlrrvrtnt Islind during
hs n(t f Hecks, aid shall n plea.nl In jU any In
tnrniallou with rrirsid to the appll.allou of hdlttVret
stvlss cf lbs abovs tuachlncry to each locality
1C II. FOWLEK.
Wailuku Pol Factory.
BKST QUAWTY OF VW MAX
sfaCturvU couiUutly. All order flllcl xlih eU
patch, K. II. H MLEY
' s ly Walluka, Maul
DILLJNGIJAM & COMPANY,
NO. 37 F0HT, STHKKT, HONOMT.l',
ItESVECT FULLY CALL ATTENTION to the New ami Assorted Lines
of Gootls, jutt recked from New York and San Franchco, ex " UcsiKruin,"
"Murray," ' A'ulakaua," " Wrestler," and other late arrivals, which they offer at
tic lowest market rates. Lurye invoices of Choice Goods to arrive jw " Zoc"from
Liverpool, and " Cheshire' from New York.
VIOLIN 12 I'LOAVS.
All sizes, rnado to our ortlor, extra fltrong.
SULKEY PLOAVS. Kxtra I'lowl'nrH conitantly on licml.
WA'J'FJl FILTERS AND COOLERS,
A new invoice, of tlio f.tvorilo Hygienic Porous Filters. Jowotl'n Wator Fillers and
Coolers, nml Coolers only, nBRorleil sizes.
DIM) CAUES, TELEGRAPH WIRE,
KEROSENE OIL-high test, best quality.
Havinf; innilo nrrnnfiemcnts to import direct Irotn first hands, wo nro now prcpnrcd In nITor
tlio beat nil in tlin market (ISO0) nt f.ivornlilu rates. This nil is brnnght irom thu East lo San
Francisco liy railro.id, in cars owned by tho Conipany, and tlio great Inns from leakage and
flctoriorntiim Is avoided. Tlio nil is put tip in Cans nnd Ilairels. In the loiter form it will bo
fonml a groat conveiiicnco to families nnd rctnilors. Tlio barrels nro lined with heavy tin, and
nro provided with n convenient faucet. No leakage, nnd no cliargu fur onlalneis which aro
returnable when empty. Wo can also nupply low-test Oils, guaranteed to pass tlio Govern
ment Tt-sf, nt reduced lutes,
POWDKlt, SHOT, CAPS,
Of English nnd American Miinufaclurc, in packages to suit.
TtUBKKlt HOSE, , w
A fresh invoice of tho Celcbra ted " Carbolized" 3 I ply, and " S.andard" 3 1 ply
I'liANTEUS, 1 "" "" ' ,
CARPENTERS ! '" cacM '"""' a f'cslt nnd Well Assorted Stock of Implements, ToqIb nnd
MiAOKSMITIIS, I "
MEOIIANICrf, j . , I
LAMPS, CHANDELIERS AND LANTERNS,
CARRIAGE LAMPS-NEW STYLES AND PATTERNS.
MJURIOATING OILS, Pure, Unadulterated. & Uso gcmiino oils if you wish lo presorvu
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
l'ULI. IjINKS of '
SHELF HARDWARE, CUTLERY, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, PAINTS, OILS,
VARNISHES, TURPENTINE, HRUSIIES, ETO.
A GEN'JS FOR
Continental Oil nnd Transportation Co.
Hulliilie's Ilarbcd Wiro and Staples,
Hallidio's Patent Wiro Rope,
Avot ill's Chemical Puiuts,
Tho llain Wagon,
DILLINGHAM & CO., W FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
ALFRED M. MELLIS
CorcliaUy- invites tho public to
VISIT HIS -STI-S-TV STORES,
Where they wll'i find a Large and Suitable Variety of
Dry and. Fa,iicy GfoocLs!
just iti:ci:ivED ii:r " jiek f
Dress Goods Dopartmont.
Hlack bilk Huntings,
Dbutellc dc Moll,
All ShsulcH Satins, Silks,
Fringes, llitttons and Trimmings,
To match all tho aboc.
Also, an endless variety of Alpacai, Mcrlnoa,
Worsted, Woolen, anil Kmpre
I.auu Dress Patterns.
Liaillcs' I Gouts'
Heay bhttlaud Shawls,
bilk Mohair ditto,
Fancy ditto ditto.
l'lne Merino VrstM,
Pliiii Ilrltlsh ', Hose,
Fine Col ditto ditto,
Fine Iloy'i ditto.
Fine HHtr, and Cups,
Fine Wh. Alpaca Coats,
Whlto linen i)ucl; ditto,
Ditto ditto ditto,
Wh. Marseilles Vests,
Hlack and Colored Loco bilk Mitts,
Ulovri. .Ties, Collarettes and Mhanls,
Adjustable, Front and Hide Dust Corsets,
Hlack, Whlto and Colored Silk benrfea and Ties.
IT1 I S ? I N V K
Duo notlco of which will
838 A. M.
OPEN EVERY SATURDAY
PROPERTY FOR SALE
IN NORTH KOHALA.
rpm-J UXDKHSIGNU 1) 1H3ING
J. obllsed to leao tho Islauds, oilers for sale, In Iota
to suit buyers, the whole of
HIS PROPERTY IN NORTH KOHALA,
Caito unil 1'astiiro Lands, Houses, IIiiIIcIIiiljs
uud Whurf, Horses and Cattle,
Cannand Horse Wagons, Hulldln: and Whreln righting
Materials, General Merchandlso, Ac, Ac,
If not sold by the first day of Juno tlio above, will bo
offered at public anctlon. For terms, apply to
HIJ SiSm .S.bTAINEM, Knhalu.
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL,
JS" Qjd-s iV'Uiai;
JNO. M. LAWLOR CO Proprieterra,
HOrKI. STHF.KT, HONOLULL'.
Entrance on Hotel, lllcbards, aud Ileretanla burets
FIRST-CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT.
Prices tin tame ai First Class Hotel la Han Francisco.
(jet vour Pianos Tuucd
Who ha Ju( arrived from Ban Francisco.
rff-l.EAVE YOUIS ORUKRH AT
MEI.UV JIUklV hruHE.
BIl'.'J M sod f3 Fort Miext.
Wntcumakor, Jeweller, Euejr-Ter send
No, Kattiumana Street, Honolulu, All order faith.
fully eaecaud, J ly
SMALL COTTAUK TO LET.
rpm: corrAcn: usidknck ot'
X. W. P. Tuler, oh Ileretanla Mrect, for rout fornUb
il Apply lo
a It r W. ILHEAI-
ATsTs lKltSOXS lNl)KHTi:i TO
Jl. Itlcbardwu f.rmtily nf tho Knhala lor. ar
trqurstrel lurultaluieidiata pirmcnl lo Jas. Wood
of Kobala. or lo Thlo. II. .Dioles, Honolulu, flllug
ublcb legal prucimxHnj; will b iWu for their collect-
ion. rfu . at
THEO. II 1IAVILS.
F'ASTKItX 1011K A SMALT LOT
of Kastcru Extra Wlra Fork. For halo by
(II liOLL-b . Co.
, -"- -iy -. riffl Oi
H?W.f&ji. "r.Kr." 2 WlJ-5
'--" - LjBBljii!lllBBilsK
8 1 t5r-m rajaTC3lg"L5B
sni-.'. -mp1 . MSSIm
amlni-1 in lita t ni-i u i rsitiiMtita
' ' ... ,,,
Albany Lubricnting Compound,
Califurnin Wiio Works,
Albany Cylinder Oil.
00" AND " AUSTRALIA,"
House Furnishing Goods.
Ked, Wliltc and Unbleached Damask Table Linens,
Table Covers nnd Napkins, to match.
Itcp nnd Printed Wool Table Covers,
Lnco Curtains and Tidies,
White and Colored Hedspreuds,
French .Marseilles Quilts,
Lace and Hmbroldcred Pillow Shams,
Husslan, White Crash nnd Linen Towels,
Mnrticllzcd Oil Cloth,
Ac, Ac, &c.
Children and Babies'
Point llonlton. Linen, Vnlenclennci, Venice, Caro'
Hue. Languldocnnd I'lllowcnso Laces,
Embroideries and Insertions,
Plain, Oros, Grain and Pleated lllbbons,
julltcd Satins, '!,
Wax Heads, Flowers
Embroidery, Worsted and Crochet Pattern Books,
Worsted, Umbroldery bilk, ,
Llnon l'lo.s, Curdboird.
Cheiieillcs, Crochet Net dies,
Whlto and Colored Jnta Camas,
Ac, AC, Ac.
aro being made for my
N T O R Y S- A. I IS.
bo ghen In n future Issue by
MELLIS, Brewer's Block.
EVENING "UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK.
(jliuinliaii's Snlo of Koul Estnto.
BY A'lIt'l'Uli OV A DKCHKB 3-S'
Probata made by tho Hon. A. F. .ludd, Justice of
the .Supremo Court of tho Hunailan Islands on tho -II Ii
day of March current, I will sell ut public auctlcu at
noon ou MONDAY, tho llth day of MAY, A. II. lbSI,
al tho front or mauka eutrunco of Milolanl Hale, in
Honolulu, all that tho tiudlUdcd one-half part or moiety
of my ward Mary Hlluu Nevlllu In all that real ertatu
situate, ut Kona, In the Island nf Hawaii, and bclimull
of thoso tlireo lot of laud described In n certain deed
of innnugo from Itlchurd 11. NeeHo to C. F Uulllou
dated Nov. 18, KM, nnd recorded In the llegl.try of
Deeds In Honolulu, In Hook 21, on pagjs 1U and 11.1,
which said mortgjgu will bo telcascd un sale uf the said
The purchaser of tho nbove roperty may tako ut the
same lime u conveyance, from myself aud my wlfo of
thn remaining halt part thereof ut Iho ,samo rule. Tin)
firoperty no to bo sold will be conve-yed free from all
ncumbruncf and for cash, dCt-d at purchaser's ex
pense. For further description of tho premises enquire
of tho undersigned or bla Attorney. A. H. Hartuell,
MAltCUri It. COLUUHN,
Onardlauof Mary KUen Neelllc.
llouolulii. II. I.. April r). IWI, !W It
Notice to Creditors.
rpiIK UXinsItSICJXKD IIAYIXO
X been duly apiiolnted Administratrix of tho eastatu
of Leon Dejeau, lato nf Honolulu, ilscea.i'd, notice l
her'by clen to all persons tq present their claims
nsali.st thec.tatoof said Lionatwjcou.dnly aiithen
tlrated, w briber sreured by mnrtMcu or otherwise, to
CKCII, 1I1IOWN, Attorney at Laar.'ul his ofTlce, No. 8
Kaaliuinauu Htreet, Honolulu, UsJui, within slv. months
from tho datu hereof, or thoy inl bufnreter barred,
And all persons Indebted to ra .stale are herrbr re
quested to mako Immcdlatu ptHBeut toid CKCII.
1IK0WN. , WT
IMtut Honolulu, April Snd. 11-
ADKLr; DlTtAN. Administratrix
31 4t (if theelal uf lm Dejeau, deee-aseil.
HAVIXh 11KKX AIM 'OIXTK1 A I)
mlnl.tratnr of tho Kslate o'j Memlah H'Nell, lat
of Honolulu, drrea.ed, all ixarV
against tho said estate, arc hereby
amodulv atilhvutlcatcd ulthlu si
lonin irom mis
And all persons
uiio,iirinuy win uu iorr,er usrri
.. .- ..T :.m ... . . t. .
owing said e.iui to maks luiymei
A. POINTKII Kxrcnlorof thn
flcufT K. Cooke,
lato of lean, Hawaii, deceased, lit
snnamvlng said rstato lo prvsentl
all person taring claims agalusC
sent them to the underalirned wltl
iviu.ses ni, ei
Ir claims to, und
id estltfi will fire.
six months from
Hie first luitlco of this publication;
they will l.o for.
. C PAHKK.
ill It Executor esiat. T.
rpiIK VI KM OF KIX(iV Tit A SIC,
JL dolus business on Iho Island nHeaual, I rouiposvu
uf Geo. i? It. King and Geei. Ti.k, tth of Kauai.
Ksusl. April Ulk IMI (M II) KINM-TKAHK
STEAM ANDJfATER PIPE.
Wc ould c!l IL ttutlou of tbcs requiring Piping,
to our large stock of
154,000 Ft On Hand!
VUck Wsld.d Staam Pipe W lo T Is. dlameUr.
Galvanlaed Water 1'lpo Si to 3 lu, diameter.
tV Tb abov at Mtiderata Prices.
TMI HOMOLULTJ HON WOUU COMFY
APRIL -23, 1B31.
All advertisements for the hAttnnAT Pnr.si mnt1i
sent In by Friday noon Nn Insertions for the current
Issue can lie guaranteed when sent In later,
Adrerll'er will mark the number of Iniutlons de
sired, from nlilch data they charge. Any nut to marked
will be charged. I months
THOH (I. TltllfM. llnslness Agent.
ArrrvTiov Ucnlleel to Iho irtiiratioit notice In
tlio illlvortisinn, colutntiH,
FnoM Tnondny r-vcnitiLr to rrlilnrnftcrnoon thcro
fell nt tlio Icu W'orka, 2:!W) IncliM of rain.
Wk noticu n iinmbor ( liullditier in process of
construction in vnrioits ptrta of tho town.
The CliinMU Flro Company liml tliclr stonm
Firu Unejino out for trial on S.ituuHy, p.m.
Tub coneicinncel prisoner Lconif Lunet, rnt nml
filicps uell, nnd Bceinn tiurfcctly re-slejneil to his
A MecTiin of tlio trustees of Onlm ColleRo is
cslleel for 5 r. M., Monday noxt, nt tho S.tllorB'
The now Cotrmlssioiier for tho Itepnbtlc of
rranco, Mons. IVcr, is circled hy tho next
TiiEitn will ho n regular nicotine of '.oiiro Ii
I'roflrcH do l'Ocenuiu, A. 1'. it. A. Al., No. IUI, noxt
'Vnv. Storm llhil britiRS noven tnnrrleil couples,
fourteen idnulo men, twenty-llvo gltifjlo women,
Hoi'iileon cliiltlrenj total, noumty.
A LivrnriMti p iper st,ttes Hint tho "Kliij6f tho
Sttulwicli IsIinuU is comine; U Khulnml on n visit
to Captain Jsird Clmrlcs Ueremforil, It. X. t "
'I'm! oxtonsion to K. O. Hall. it Son's storo on
Kins Htrvot is will nmlcr way anil when completed
it will bo one. of the largest fltorrd in Honolulu.
The I'oreifin Ofllco has received from Japan tho
text of n pruinseit truaty with tlio Ilawuiinn Kine;
doni, which has yet to bo taken into consideration.
Since Tuesday night it has been raining in
Honolulu nlmosl continually nnd we now lnno
muddy instead of dusty Htrteta by way of variety.
Tin: caso ou trial in tho Supremo Court yester
day for nn unnatural oflTcnio, remitted in tho nc
ipilttal of tho defendant by tho unanimous verdict
of tho jury.
JTiie nrtcsinn Vicll nt Hon. Judgo Widemnnn'a
ptnntiition, nt Wninnae, is down f70 feot. First
water was struck nt K feet, nnd it is now within
'M feet of thu NUrfnco.
A mfetino will bo held nt thn parlors of tho
Commercial Hotel this eveidng to liiuku arrange
ments for tlio celebration of Kiiniohiiruohn, Day,
on thu llth of Juuu noxt.
With regard lo tho quory of our correspondent,
"One of thu i'eople, " wo might observo that tho
provisions of tho Civil Code as to rompnlsuri vac
cination, apply only to children, und not to adults.
Nuuanu avenue having been nowly macadam
ized ns far ns School Htreet, work lias been stopped
there, and it iresh section taken in hand. Ou Fri
day thu Htenm roller was at work on tho oiu mile
AVoriK was suspended for two or tlireo days nt
the Government well nt Makiki, in conscquciica of
tlio breaking of part of tho boring apparatus.
They nro now dow n M80 feet, with good prospect
of vt atcr.
Kino street from Knwaihao church for nearly
a mile out is in a dreadful condition, almost im
pissable; this was tho caso no remember after tlio
last rains. Wo reocomend tho bit of road to tho
attention of tho authorities.
Some frozen mutton shipped from Australia was
deliveroel in good condition in Jjondon nfter n voy
age of sixty-iiVB days. During tho j ist year there
was it decre.iin nf sheep ami lambs in England nnd
Wales, amounting lu 1,300,000 bead.
St. Andkewb' Cathediiai. nnd Fort Stect Church
were beautifully decorated with flowers on Easter
Sunday; tasteful designs, priticipilly of lovely
wlntu roses and thu exquisitely beautiful
btepbunotes wero usetl most ellectively.
FbomTUIo wo learn that the lnvn stroam'hns al
most censed flowing, nnd appears to bo cooling
down. Tlio nearest point of tho Btro.iui is about
six and u half miles from Ililo, but no uppro
hensiousions aro felt. No small-pox as yet.
1I.K.II. The Piuncess Heoent returned from
Ewa on Thursday e oiling, nnd will hold n recep
tion to-day at 11 o'clock e. m., when tho Captain
and olllcers of tho U. S. S. IFiirinseff will bo pre
sented, and 'J v. M. thu Captain and olUficera of
thu French dcspitcb M'ssel Mustard.
Nineteen passengers urrivod in Honolulu from
San Francisco by thu City of Xeir i'ork; six by tho
llilen ir. ,l;iy, four bj the Dttruceiy and thrco by
tbu Wrettltr. Socn left horo bythoCvo Kern
Yoikfor tho Colonies labt Mondty. Tlio re has
been a largo decrease in tho number of pussongur
arrivals from tho Coast.
It is pleasant to neo onco nioro tho pendants of
two foreign mon-of-war in our harbor tho
American tdiip-riggod corvette Il'iirinsfi, and thu
French iloHiiatch vesol llnsnircl. Thu former will
roturn to San Francisco, and thu latter procicds
to tho Marquesas. Neither will mako any pro
longed stay hero.
On Gooil Friday, which was appointed Jiy tho
l'rincoss Hegent as a elay of prayer for tho abate
ment ot tho epidemic, n small party of natives
carried their devotions tooxioss. Thoy wont to n
houso where a now caso of small-pox had boon dis
covered, nnd sang hjiiiusaud ulfercd pruy era for
tho recovery of tho patient.
AVu henr thai tho Emperor of Germany hacT to
wear no less than sixteen dilTerent uniforms in suc
ceosiou nt theenuiucrous receptions, und ceremonies
attendant on the ninrriiigo tit ids grand-son l'rinco
William of i'russia und the Princess Victoria of
ShlPbwieg-UoUteiiu. The bridegroom is ulho n
grandson ot (juten Victoria of Urc.it Dritnin and
Tim bark Ktltcuiil May which sailed from hero
last Tuesday for San Francisco, carried tho largest
cargo nf sugar that has ever left this port, vizt
1,.V)VJ77 pounds, over fifty tous moro than tho
Zetitaiitliii't Inst cargo, which was the. heaviest up
to tho time tho Etlmu-,1 Man left here. Tho latter
M'ssel nlwi took 110,000 pounds of riconud other
products, the total vnluo of her cargo being ?1-M,-
The government immigration vessel Himiil,
lost on thu island of Tarowa, was insured in thn
Fireman's Fund Insuniuco Company for sJlO.OUO.
Captain Whitney is uf opinion that tho purchaser
of tho wreck for $35 will not mako much by his
bargain, ns it is not prohablo tli.it anything can bo
recovurotl oxcept perhaps, thu anchors unci chains,
nnd thoso only with great troublo and expense.
As regards foreign mails it is always, n feast or
a (amino in Honolulu. Nearly nil of our malls
sincothu arrival of tho March steamer from tho
Coast, havo arrived this week. Tho Ctntlo ar
rived on tho 15th, tho City Xtir Yorb. on thu
17th, tho Ihtcoitry on the 18 til, tho IliUn II. Almi
on tho 10th and tho irc7ron tho 81st j and tho
1'obttnnster and Ills staff have had a pretty busy
time of it.
The reward of $100' for tho arrest of Lcong
Lung, tho murderer of Ah Eee, comprising $9
olfereci by tho Qoverument, nnd $1.7) l,y Cliineso
luerchunU, has been vaid by iiarshal I'arko to
Ah Bee, the Chinaman in whoso hotiso'lexjiig
Lung ulept nt Kallun thu night preceding his
delivery to tho authorities. Tho Ji subscribed
by tiio friends of the deceased will be pule, to Lai
Vuu, tho chief witness fur the Crown, ns com
iwnsatiun for tho timo ho was detained in ouatody
pending tho trial.
The Itev. It. Walnwright nrrived by tho Ctly of
.Vric l'oi'X-, intending to vialt his son in-law, tho
ltov. Oroser of Wailuku; lieing detained by the
quarantine regulations, he is ni present thu gueat
of tho liishop of Honolulu. Thq Iter, gentluman's
field of labor has lsrcii for some tliue mainly in
tha diocese of Quebec, and other parts of llntlsh
North America. Vo hear that ho is accounted nn
udmirablo preacher, and will occupy tho pulpit at
thu Augllca.1 l'ro-C'uthedr-1 ou Heuuuy evenintf
T.ie Hongkong coruspoudont of tho CtUtthl
Kmvlrt writing on Feb. 13tl states, "There is nn
epielemlo of siiiall.pux at Canton," and the China
mail reports, " It la ruiuorenl thatwitti character
i.tlo caution, nil thq lcal lumlnatl, iocludlne
Chief JustictiFrfiich, whu wool to Cautou to take
part in thu celebralesi C4U of Kf-ginn vs. 1'age,
Lave been vaccinated." This was tho state of
Canton when thn Ljdia whs shipping tier paasen
gcra ft this port.
Tui arrival of the Strm Itinl, from her ssncutli
cruise in tho Sooth 8s with seventy health Im
migrants, proves, at least. 0 t thsre it one of tha
"man-trader" well salted for her work. 'Ibo
immigration bnsino however, has bees, oa the
whole, an upeiuivii on. lboBj;h the Government
does not Juae very bwmlf by thelwrtck uf tke
JUtrati if we Uke into coasiiUration the probaWe
expenses of repairs and reAl if she bad returned.
A c do not vet know tho intention of the Hoard
or immigration with repird to the sto m mm.
The French dispatch vessol, JlmtorJ, carrying
four guns nnd 118 men, nrrived hero ou tho 191h
from l'anninn, from which iirt shn sailed on tlin
lltli of March. Following an tlio names of her
fiftlrniMi M.M. litr)-(it. f 'jiltnlrinil(. frntnit,.. f'.mi
tn.and.aiitt Itlhouet, Lieutenant do Vnlsseati, nfll.
rier vn second ( Ilnraud. Lnselgno do vnlsspnit (
Do Cnladoii, Knacigno do valni-au , Ijofriinsols,
Kniilgnotlo vnlssonut llnmnnovvakl, Medccln do
'!& ..InBrtl Ilt1tw.t ntllMrti. il'.l,nlnlal.,i,lf,t1.
It seems that to homo people, recruiling Im
migrants from tlin South Soa is objectionable ns
"tnmi-lrndinq" if prosecuted tinder sail, but that
n Menincr with n Iloysl Commi'sioncrti) prosecute!
thnsnmo bnnincssisln "benuflt thtf country, nnd
Mtisfy llio views of cntightcued nations who con
trol thi ocean." Itenlly itaccmsto us that tll0
tto of ellflerrnt means of propultion rnnnot eon
Htituto the ditlcrenco between n "innn.trndct" to
be got rid of and nn Immigration ship that shall
benefit tho country.
Follow rvti ii tho progrnnimo for thq Hand
Concert nt I'muia Square nt l.!T0 r.M. this after
Overture Iluberahl ,, Flotow
Concert Polka-Lovo ond Truth Welkfr
Selection Pompon Lccoctj
Wnltr -Hold and Aanre.., , ,,Lamnthe
Italia! way lo tha Mountain llron'..(iiew) Lea
Oral d ."eltetlMi -i:rnl..,.(ncw).. Verdi
The Hand will givnnn extra Concert on Monday
livening, April L'.'tli, in tho Hawaiian Hotel.
Tun Hongkong Oaity '; snyst "A kii-jln
iiradunto and sundry of tlio gentry xtillonrd His
Kxci'llenoy tho Viceroy a few days sinco to put n
Htop to the emigration to Hawaii on thn ground Hint
various abuses attend It and Hint It is similar to
tho Macao coollo trade. '1 ho Viceroy has, 1 under
fltnnd, promised to tukniinmntiato steps toiuqniro
Into tho mattor to eleturmlno how far tho )etl.
Iloners' story is ncciiralc, und if tho inquiry bo
conducted fairly 1 havo no doubt His Kieolloncy
avill bo s itisllcd ot the bona fitlt naturo of tho enif
Krntlon," It is said that Hot. A. L, Stiino, D. I), into of
San Francisco, is not sutToring from sijftenihft of
tho brain, but from Homo obscure form of brain
trouble. It is thought by fcnmu til bo a thickening
of tho inner coating of tho blood vessols, pleielua
ing occasional interruptions of tho circulation,
which lead to brief iionods of nticonsciousneas. If
lio is holding a glass of water ho does not drop it
during ono of theso poriods, but remains motion
less nnd unconscious ns in u trance'. There is 116
declino of menial piwer. or nny incohcrency of
jqiocch HUch ns accompanies softening ot tho
Tint Airtrllstr certainly lias a singular Knack
of taking hold ot tho wrong ond of n stick, wit
ness its ns rtiou that tho Comniitlco appointed to
consider (ho ntlvisnbility of our entering tho
Postal Union did not call on tho Postmaster Gen
eral in referenco to the mutter, and accordingly
licenses tho gentlemen of tho Commitleo of " dis
courtesy nnd injustice to n faithful nnd efficient
oM officer." Compare this with tho statements of
thoso gontlomen over their raspectiva signatures in
tho loiter published by tho Gazette (in Wednesday,
nnd addressed to us ns well for tho present issue.
AftoTHEn Gospol Tcinperaiico meeting was held
on Monday ovening last nt tho lMhcl Vostrj-, con
ducted by thu ltov. A. O. Forbes, after whoso ad
dress, remarks wore ruaelo by several, relntive lo
tho traps and snares that beset many in our midst.
Somo experiences related showed plninly this need
of reform effort, to not only help tho fallen but
protect tho unwary, nnd awaken public sentiment
to n proper regard of this spreading ovll, Tho
singing of stirring familiar gospel songs added to
tho ovening'n services which wero evidently en
joyed by nil present.
The U. S. B. S. W'achutett, which was sont out
from San Francisco to look for tho detained
steamer City of AVir York, nrrived nt this port on
tlio ltilh, Justus the latter wns leaving on her re
turn trip to tho Colonics. Tho irnchiuell carries
seven guns and her officers nnd crow number
1-1 mon. Following is n list of her officers : Com
mander, H. P. Lull ; Lieutenant Commander, Geo.
31. Pigniim ; Lieutenants. W. A. Morgan, J.
Corbln, L A. Field. A. C. Dillingham ; Chief L'n
iniieor, G. II. White ; Paymaster, C. A. McDaulel
Surgeon, J. B. l'nrkcr; Past Ass'U Kngineor, C. V.
Jlao;Past Ass't. Surgeon, K. Norfleot; Assistant
JBngmeer, C. W. Livermoro ; Master, Samuel Son
bury ; Knsign, K. Fisher j Lieutenant Marino
Conn, P. St. C. Murnhy ; Cadets, P. M. Ilourigtui.
31. Henmingtou, II, T. Isbostor; Paymilster's clerk,
John Wallaco; lloatswam, G. it. Willis.
The Storm Itiril brings letters from tho mis
sionaries in tho Gilbert Islands, reporting them ns
happy and successful in their work, They! hail
supplied themselves with youm from n trading
'vessel, and with potatoes from tho Storm Hint, or
clso might h.ivo suffered from tho want of fresh
-vegotahtes. Thoy had had ono crop of about 150
figs from trees planted by Mr. Taylor during ills
.former residence. Some 17 banana plants werq
eloiug finely ; but tho grapo vino 'cuttings woro
dead beforp reaching Apaiung. 'ilia natives wero
interested in tho meetings and desirous ot being
received iuto church membership. They talk of
building a larger nnd bettor houso of wotship.
Hoy. W. 11. Knpu, n Hawaiian missionary, returns
irom Tapitouea on nccountof ill health. Tho wlfo
of ltov. S. Knheii Maunnlon (lied ou Fob. Gth. Sho
liad been sick from .November with frequent
nausoa and lo3 of nppotite, and had also had n
At tho Bitting8 of tho Supremo Court on Wed
nesday and Thursday last beforo Judgo McOnlly
nnd a foreign jury, tho caso of T. M. Herring vs.
tho Crown wns heard. Tho plaintiff' claimed
10,000 for injury sustained by tho ontirn and
"poriietunl removal of stock from tho laud owiicd
by hint nt Wuikiki. Tho Commisslonera nppointctl
liy tho Minister of tho Intel ior. authorizing them
to do and perform tho duties set forth in Section 'i
of "An Act tonnthorizo tho Miiiistbr of tha In.
"torior to tnko possession of whntover laud nnd
water may be required for the uso of tho Hono
lulu Water Works, approved August 8th, 1800,"
upprnised tho compensation duu to xniil 'P. M.
Herring ut tho sum of $1,000, it heiiig understood
by them that this sum covered all tho claims on,
Iho part of T. AI. Herring. This wns nn appeal
ngninat thu nwnrd of tho Commissioners. notvvith-
standing that thu If 1,000 had already boon paid by
tlio Government and receipted for by tho l'laintiti.
Tlio jury confirmed thu us-spssmeiit of tho Com
missioners by returning n, verdict for plaintiff fur
tho sum of 1,000.
In tho Bupromo Court, on Wednesday, April 0th,
the caio of II. J. Agnew vs. A. MoWayuo (L
Proston for plaintiff uud W, 0. Jones for dofund
nnt) was trirel botoru His Honor Judgo McCully
untlaJury. This was an action for the) recovery
of two chocks for t.2.10 each, deposited by plaintiff
with defendant as n wager on tho result if tho
well-known trotlnc raco at Knpiolani Park, be
tween Iho horses, " Oliver" und '' Commodore " ou
tho llth of September Inst. Defendant was stake
holder and was entrusted liy tho respective hackers
of tho horses with tlio amount of tho check, viz:
jMX) each. The raco was won, or waa claimed to
bo won hy "Oliver," nnd tho verbal tlecislonof tho
Judgos was in that horse's favor) but through
Komo misunderstanding or disagreement, tho pay
ment of tho stikrs was protested .by Agnow, who
nfter resorting to an appeal to varions Siiortiug
Authorities in America, 1ms nt Inst sued in tho
Supremo Court for return of his money. Tlio caso
oxt'iteel considerable Interest, ns being ono nf rare
precedent, Mr. Piestuu, thu counsel for plaintiff,
urged that thn plaintift had lawful claim for thn
refund of his money, whether ns "cash had
und receiveel" by elefoudant, or as n doposit on 'in
unlawful transaction such ns horso-rncliig, for
money could noT bo withheld by defendant. W.
C. Jones, attorney fcr defendant protested against
tho allegation that horso racing' un Kaplylanl
Park wns illegal or a gambling transaction ns
contemplated by Chapter IK) of tho Penal Code,
nnd ho pleaded that the defendant had both right
and lndeeel obligation to withhold tho utakes for
pnvmuit to tho. winner, lie argued from .Chltty,
and imoted llaooil's abridgement of civil nod coru
mon law in support of ids plea, that tho stake
holder had his obligation to account to tho winner
of tlio raco for thu stake, and lie pressed for an
nbwiluui verelict on tbu merits, - The Judge' In
chsruluK the jury did not appear to express any
opinion on tho abstract question of tho illegality
or otherwise of horso racing, although ho directed
them Hint they might find uveidict for money had,
mid received, ait months having elapsed sluie tho
transaction. The jury without delay returned a
verdict iu favor of defendant.
FoLLQvnxu are the Police Court proceedings for.
the week : Criminal record Lullui, k., concealing
n person with small-pox, found guilty aud fined
$"fi, cysts f.1 tO. Akaknj c, furnishing Intuxi
citing drink to Hswaiiana, found guilty aud Itiietl
$100, costs ijl CO ; und in dofaalf of payment, sen.
teticed to Lla) tlays' imprisoninetit nt hard labor.
Case appealed to the Saprvpm Court, ,Jnies
Thoiux-, unnatural crime, commilteet for trial to
April term ot llapremo Court. Ahuna, c, keeping
a common gambling house, remandeel to the 15kl
iiuL I). Kaoolowti, Nakpko, David, L. Kuntuknhl
and Kauianuw.'.l, g.nniug. Kumukshl pleailed not
guilty, bat. f ns found gallty I tha tilhsrs pladd
guilty, They were sued (10 aud $1 11) coals ch.
nnd ajiiencel V) 'i bourn' Imprisonment St bard
labor. Konhanul and lAivU,drunkenneert, forfeited
tl ball, -lb Kns, having npiiuu ill .uvtwessiu'i,,
Miff prowl u I iutsreel by preMeationi Ah 'Miftg
aud AU Ciiuutf, iuo Uurge, wero. botU, found
gullly and tact fined S0 sud stntenceal lo tbreo
laoiilba' iiBprbvouuMnit (it hard labor i Ah .1 ling's
cosU 3 10;Ah Chong's 1. WUllain Nevsion sk
Tom, drunkeune, fined 5 and 1 newts. Thomas
juoiieu anqijuuvs, arn iinn,-c loiietiea
pi ball. Pakookeo, assault and battary em hi,
wife, KsnoUoiupiiuL fouii4 flMy Mtd v td fit,
coals 1 10. Auksl, 1'aele ard Pel, nsuil
aed Usttery oa Louis iVkaloA Auksi f ouiid gvsUty
and Ba K costs f to (be btWra' went d
chsTged, Aw, k., lurie,M4 tesedlrse. drtf.
ing, tintd AI, cosM 1 0. CUoy Nee, Ckafig
took. AhUritiif nml Mi Pau, asiault ntnl Imltory
oa lhma. Chnng Fook found gullly nnd Hneet
$S, costs rjl tot the others wero dlsclmcrM;
hnnoi, knnd Jlrtle KAikniiu. w ndultirv, IhiIIi
plrnded giilltv: Knuol wn fitifd $T0 nnd Jnrosti
nnd .Male hniknpr), ?15 nml S rrtlq I'rnnk
Jinrcos, nnberlemcnt of ll ftj Itelonclng
to L. (1, Srevwvich, reniainlitl until the alat iim.
Civil record Mcsara. HotTming .t Co. vs. Hang
Yoo A- Co. tnred netlrins oil promiifioty notrs,
jntlginent for plaintiff iu each case, tolnl amount
with Costs, $170 70; T. 11. roster, v Aikitlirt, do.
sorting Irond servlc i ordered to relurn tu lilspin
plover nud pay costs, $.')! T. 11. Foster, vs Kllft
und Klemnktile, renins as nbove.
Trial and Sentcnco ofLcong; Lung;.
In tho trlnl of Leong Lung and Ieong Shea How
for murder in Hie Supremo Cottt Inst week, very
littld lestltnony worlliy of noto was elicited that
had not been previously published in nnrcolttmns.
Lnl Ynu, wliei wan present when the affray occur
red, said thoy were sitting fn Iho houso talking
iiTor the pajmcut of Ha Leo's indebtedness lo
Ijcong Lung ; that the hitter promisee! to pay as
anon ns ho could and that no angry words wero
siHiken ( that alter they bad left tho houso Leong
Lung attacked Ha Io with a cleaver. Hn tolel
loong Lung not to kill Hn Leo mid ho said . " I
don't caro if I kill him X wilt 16 hnng." Leong
Sho llir, Leoug Lung's companion, knocked mo
down when I sought to Interfere. After Ha Io
wan thought to bo dead, Loong Lung run townrds
(ho mountains nnd Lai Van towards town. Hor
crnl other witneswH for tho prosecution wern
oxnmiutd, but nothing now of importance was
bronght forth, Loong Shoa How said I Camo
from China recently with 2.71 other Cliineso.
Went to Ha I.ec's jilaco nt P.iuoa with Leong
Lung, WnSn Htrnuger nnd went outside of tho
houau to look nt tho garden, bananas, etc, nnd
left tho others Inside talking. When I wns near thn
bntinuns hoard Hn Lroftoronm rtnd mil towards thn
Jiluce, nud ce Hided with Lni Ynu. Struck ngninat
.ai Ynu bcciuso I had left my lint iusidn nnd
wnnhdtogf- it. Hrt mn townrds tno nnd 1 tow
nrds him. Struck him with my hand. I Hum run
towards (own being a ntrnnger nnd not knowing
where to gd. I was afraid, Did nut ot Lc6ng
Lung rim nwny bt'cnuso I left before hu did. Hu
called mo but I did not go up wns afraid. I did
not hear nny dispute, ns I nail nwny froni there
when tht) light commenced. Did not knock Lnl
Vim down. Wo collided villi our shoulders. Did
not leave in j' place of concealment becnuso I was a
stranger uud afraid.
lA'oug Lung was found guilty of murder in tho
first degree by tho jury uud X.cong Shea How wns
When tho prisoner was nrriiigfvd for jndgmont
Mr. Preston moved tliat flentencu bo tinnsed ujioii
tho prisoner. Mr. Jones, uttorney for defeiulant,
withdrew his exceptions taken to tho verdict.
Tlio prisoner being asked if ho bad anything to
say in his own behalf replied, nothing l And being
nked If ho had anything to say why sentence of
death should not bo passed upon him, wild, no t
Tho Chief Justice then proceeded to piss sen
tence as follows)
Leong Lung, jon hnvo been indicteel for tho
murder of ono of your countrymen, Ha Lee, on
tho Gth day of Marcli,last at Pauoil valley, near
this city of Honolulu.
You havo been fairly tried by a jnry at this
term of tho Court, nnd thoy havo found you guilty
on indisputable testimony,
It apiKMrs that you repaired to tho houso of
your victim, who owed you n small Aum of money.
This debt ho did not deny but promised to iiy
you when ho could. Ho useel no harsh languago
to you, spoke to you gently find did Hot the small
est thing to provoke yon. Apparently you spoko to
him gently likewise., nud whin he rose to leave the
house, jou followed In in in a manner which did
not excite nny apprehension that you intended to
tlo him nny injury, lint when ho had gutnUttlo
wny from tho houso, you nttneked him trencher
ously with n clenver which ) ou hail concealed
upon your person nnd slow him inn barbarous
manner almost unheard of, literally hewing him
For all this Iho Law1 demands your llfo na
nn expiation to society for your crime. Leong
Lung, hearken now to tho sentcnco of tlin Court 1
Tho nentenco of the Court is Hint you bft tnken
hence, to tho prison, ou this Islnnd of Ouhu, nml
bo detained there in close custody, until Friday,
tho first dny of July next, nnd otitunt dny between
tho hours of six o'clock in tlin morning nnd twelve
o'clock noon, within thu walls of said prison, jou
bo hung by tlio neck until you ilril de-itel.
And mnj- God have mercy on your oul 1
t ! LI ' ' ' '
Fijian Cure for' leprosy.
Tho Sinn gngn fExccecaria Agallocha), Sinn
damn fLoncesmia Hnmeltiana), nnd the Sinn
mataivi (Wikstrismin Indica) ot Fiji nro nil
literal plants. The Sinu Rags, or Poison Sinn, is
found in mnngrovo Hwamiw, or in dry ground just
nboyo high water mark. 11 is sixty feet high, has
n glossy foliage, oblong leaves, nnd minute green
flowers nrrnnged in catkens. Wheu Uio tree is
wounded, abundance of whito milky juice Uovva
out. This juico causes a burning effect ou coming
in contact with tho skin. Sumo natives, however,
ran linndlo it with perfect impunity. None savo
those who have lieen mi tfcrcr.1 from thu effects ot
thoso, poisons can form any conception of tho
ngouics endured nud tho courage tlisplajed by
any Fijian who voluntarily submits himself to
lxmig cured of Leprosy by thn smoko of tho Sinu
gaga wood. Itev. W. Moore has given nn account
of tho process in "Tho Woaleyan Mlsxionary
Notices," Sjdnev. 188!),. p. 167. Mr..Mooro knew a
young Fijian, Wiliaml Lawalevn, nnd regarded
nim as n line, healthy young follow. Hn wan
astonished ono day to find him much changod by
the oflects of Leprosy. Some timo after ho mot
him again in full health, and learned on inquiry
tlio treatment ndopted'to bring ubont tho chuugo.
Tnken to a small empty house, the leper is stripped
of every nrticlo of clothing, his body rubbed nil
over with green loaves, nud (lion buried iu them.
A small 11 ro is then kindled and a few pieces of
the Sinu gngn laid on it. As soon as tlio thick
black hnioko begins to nscend, tho leper is bound
hand and foot, n ropo in fastened to his heels, by
means of whioh ho his drawn, up over the flro so
that Ids bead is some fifteen inches from tho
ground, in tho midst of the poisonous' smoke. Tho
door is thus closed, nnd his frienels retire a littio
distance' whilst the poor sufferer is left to cry nud
Hhout nnd plead from tho luidst of the suffocating
stoani. When hu is thought sumciently smoked,
til 9 11 ro is removed, tho alluiu scraped from tho
body, 'and deep gashes cut into tho skiu until tbu
blood II own freely. The leper Is now taken down
nud laid cm mats to await the result In nomo
cai.es death lu many, life and health. Wlliami
had undergono this fearful process. Ho had taken
homo of the youths ot the place, and on his way to
tho smokiug-huuso told them his pitiable condi
tion, Ilia sliiuuo rs nn outcast and his willingness
to suitor anything to obtain u cure, bat every
thing could depend on their flruiucm. They wero
not to he mtved by his groans nnd cries, and for
the love they bore him lie bogged them to do tho
operation well. Wiliaml is no longer a leper, but
attain walks God's earth a healthy man.
Viti, by B. BuutiNN.
Fijitoii Hatuudat Puss t In last Saturday)
issuoof tho -liicifsf appeared nil nrticlo upon
our Post Ofllco matters, In which it Is stated that
thu Committee did not "call on our I'oalinnaler
General in reference to the matter." 'this state
ment is absolutely uutruo; the work cf thu Com
mittee could not havo been demo without tho
information given by tho Potmter General and
the documents furnished by htm. Thu truth is
each member of tho Coiumltteu visited that gen
tleniau ut Ida ofllco, and always found lilui
courteous in imparting such information as ho
possessed. llcspectf ally jours,
' a M. IItob.
Tuoe. O. Timuv,
AUATAU T, AtkINSoM,
cto's Rwtmsd Kom.
London, April Oth. A special correspondent at
Ke-io telegraphs under datu uf the 7th as follows i
Tho town looks aa if it had been terrible bombar
ded. Hundred of heia.es are transformed into a
shapeless mass of ruins, under whioh lie buried an
unknown nuuber of victims. The majority of tho
reiuxitiiiig liouaoii are already crooked and rout lues
nud may fall any moment. Nearly every building
in town suffered moro or less. The first shock
was felt on Kundsy afternoon, about 1 ) o'clock.
IinmedlaWly (he houses imnui to fait Wild
shrieks were heard on every tide. Then followed
an awful silence for some minute. Shortly after,
wards nnotb.r terrible shock fted tha
devastation. All night shocks succeeded each
other at short intervals and each one preceded by
duUsouiuls Ilk subterranean eijjtoalous, Hlace
that timo frequent shocks lutvo been felt
An old Genoese fortress, containing about 00
houses, war inhabited by MumuIhisjm sad Jows,
aud suffered mmre Uian ilia rest of tke town. The
ground there sank about half meter, aud nearly
all the houses were immediately destroyed, ana
several hundred persona most I v isxistucL It Is
known that aUnit thirty Miwlinsa woman were
assembled in one house, not ono of whom eacuixd,
Ttia Houtbtrn tisrt ot Uw'il Is said to have
sufleted more than tWs town. It is sai4 ttiat
Ibroughont the district not less than aO.OsSJ neonie
are without shelter. In KisUu tke'work of ex
trncting boM and attendiM ike wowuled Is
p;uraing MtMtorily. bat stbUag otter in
lb vlolulty of t&aayof ik ruins pfoves that the
former operation is tu fwcu eompkrU. " Hotue
wondeif ul esesuM have oeewred. Oli woman w
buried nneWr the rauis fifty -two hours, pitd at h
reeoverisi, ksruw cpven birtti la tke mb tl. tu
aefciU. TU jm , Uvl MtksV
II tV now Ulleved that roul tbewkOei.
lu , wbMt eaUki 1MU 7MIm, 6jm vt
o4. tnatk, Mfhk. 0U a
A sriswiKim vtsIi are in ike l hat hTsW
,aHir aomrtus it Mat stsi.i la
work uf relief