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BY E. P. ADAMS.
Mortgagee's Notice of Sale.
v niHM rioN or Mil. ji. mpii:iiv.
5 J. 3ii he ?. "'. ." .WtrSsPirVa
!'-ID...r' ...7i ViiV mfci. MriNfcllNt . ml 1.T tlrtne of
the power contained In the said deed
I will nirr for sale at my Wales lloora, situate In
Queen Street, Hoiionilti,
ON SATURDAY THE 14th DAY of MAY,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
Ari' those two pieces nr parrels n( Mntl sltnstc In
Kaikl imrt vvalnom.vvalkono. District of hoolaiipok-i,
tflr4 of Oahu. containing respectively a .TJ-IOJ ocres,
nnd 18-101 nf nn acre being llic nme premises Wi
In thii Mill Jump Duncan by deed recorded In I.lbcr-13,
on page. 77 mil 78. In the "fllee of III" ItPglstrar ef ton.
eyanTes, nt Honolulu, and described n Royal Patent,
No, lb'J, In Papntin based upon Award, No. KTW ro
gcthcr with llin lnem ml arid Improvements thereon.
, or farther particulars, apply to AI)AMH Att,f
Of to KRWARD FHf.STON. Attorney for Mortgjgce.
FKIDAY, ; : : : 3L.Y20.li,
At 10 A. M. ntHnlcs Udoiii.
Prints. Denims, Cottons, White Shirts, Flannel Blilrto.
Pants, Ac . Ac. Ac
A MNE OF GROCERIES :
Hacks Hrown Hugnr,
Cases Australian Butter,
Sacks California Oat,
Sacks Cnllfomln Hrnn,
Sacks California Bnrloy.
i:. I'. ADAMS, Auctr.
1JLACKSMITH SHOP As TOOLS
nv order op iiu hoiieut dittner.
On Saturday, - - May 28tl,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A.M.
AT TIIK 81101",
NEAR THE OLD CUSTOM HOUSE,
Will lie nold on account of departure,
One I'll I r
New Blacksmith's Bellows
1 Shlpsmlth's Anvil, 1 Swidgo llloclr, n lot of
lllncksmltli'fl Hninnicrs anil Tools,
Vice, Screw Platen, Ox Chalna anil otlier stock,
3 hhds. Cumberland Conl,
A ftno lot of American Iron, square, flat nnd round,
r,. I' ADAMH, Auctioneer.
HOLLISTEE & CO.
BEG LEAVE TO
INFORM THE PUBLIC
That tlioy hnvo moved into thoir
NEW AND COMMODIOUS STORE,
In tho l'lre Proof Bnlldlng
NO. GO NUUANU, STREET,
Thrco door below their old stand, where may be found
the most complete assortment of
DrugB, Chemicals & Toilet Articles
in tiii: cirr.
Among a few of their Specialties may bo found a Full
The Grown Goods
Perfumes, Soaps, Cosmetics,
AND THE CELEBRATED
Opaline Face Powder.
ThcxQ Ottotl received the hljlicet nwnril nt the lute
Bydiicy Kihlbltluu o.cf nil other comiiLlllur.
A LAliOE ASS OUT ME NT
OF JOHN GOSNELL'3
Hair and Tooth Brushes,
Cumelllno tor tlio Complexion uud Teeth,
LUBIN'S AND PINAUD'S
Soap Cosmetics and lace Powder,
Especially adapted to thin climate.
A Full Lino of
Humphrey's llomeoputhic Specifics,
Carbolic Acid and Chloride of Lime, for disinfect
Ageuts for F. Lorillard Co's Celebrated
Tobaccos, and Drawing lloora
Tobacco and Cigarottes,
Buohanan & Lylo's Tobaccos,
Which we have lately Introduced hero, and which It
rapidly growing i"tu laror uiul demand.
WM. S. KIMBALL &ICO'S VANITY FAIR
TOBACCO AND CIGARETTES,
Which are o well known all over tho world as to need
uu comment from u.
Goodwin. & Co's Old Judge
TOBACCO AND CIGARETTES,
ALWAYS IN DEMAND!
Among our One Hundred brouds of CI0A11S, vv.
would call e.pocUl attention, to llio
Tho Favorite Ked Brand, Pedro Murias,
The Fragrant Stump.
Tliey also continue to manufacturu
Soda Wator In all Its Bronchos,
IT IN IMIiNIHI.K TU NAY TOO Ml't'II IS
pralm of this ood old standard Family Medici ue
It cannot biitoobUhly rvcotnmer.dcil, us It, Is truly i
Mttrtfl l ,Uu Ai ttluS uo bousi'hcld should be
without It. It prevents as wtll ts turva hklii Il
OHJtus, Uuut. UlH'UiuatUiu, Urntcltndalt lilil
wry U1'M, AHVcl-a Liver, llvntlncbe.
Aisu.cia, Mite. Mflud, ludlkrv.tlun, t'iu(lHt
lou, l'crr iiU Auo, Mieplouuri, Lm1
tutle. t'ul Hrr.ll, and uvcry UUoase brought on or
Cj;raitod by a dlsonletrd stomach,
U purltn the llluod, Cksu.cs tin tJtomsca and How
tls.ui) glis the wtiula )la a Healthy and Delight
f alVoa'e. Ther nr was mcJIc'ua fur the Nursery
ru.uil tujt, audbclni: coiupoiJ ( Herbs only, Itcsu
bo Btveo sikely to nfnt. It U triumph In medkiue
i..Uiiul, yet cloui. Invaluable In the family, on
the road, at ae, and evtiywhete.
Vof sale by irDrutst, and t wholJle by
8lvl McLEAN BROS.
omc ' vxxvi
L BatWlcuj, ewner of Qucta a4 Fdk 'b'J1J?
BY BARTOW & TUCKER.
At Our New Sales Room,
NextiloorloW O Irwin A. Co.
Thursday : : : : : May HMi
At 10 o'clock A.M., will be fold,
Dry Goods and Clothing,
AND A LINK OF
Conrlntliigln partni follown
Tin. Pi-arli Unlln, Apple llntter, AMorleil Jamr,
Tahlo and Pie Frnlla. llal.nl Macearonl,
Ilolosna Haingi, llnat thicken, Call Markcrcl,
t'nrni-ii Ileef, Ill-art f'liee.e, Lnnch Tonrne.
Mapli) Syrnp, Hnear Pea, Nurnr ' orn. Ilnney,
White IIoe flrrnp, A.eorteil Crarkera. (i;prrr.
Lima Denn., iloiiel'M Hmulltd llerrlnr. Muttard,
Ilottle. Plr kle. Oronnd Pepper and Sag'.
Pall, of Lnrd. Itnn Com Meal, Iloiea Tea, Cheeae,
Iljron, llaga Wheat, Iloxea Candlen.
lloxe. Ilet Yellow Hoap,lbars Inbox; Doxca Tobaccos
Hpanlth Saddle, Ac, Ac.
Ca.ca of Medium llread, fioda Cracker.,
O.ea of Hnsrnr Crackrra, Has of Sugar,
Ililea of WrippuiR I'apir.
Hacka of Corn, Hacka of Wln-at, Hacka of Oat,
37I'or fnilher partlcnlar. tec Poster..
I1AIIT0W A TtrOKKIt. Anct'ra.
ON SATURDAY, : : MAY 28th,
At 13 o'clock noon, at Salca Iluom,
Ily direction of Illeliard V lllckerton, tho mortcajeo
named In n rertaln Indenture of Mortenire. dated Ihu
lllh day of December, 1873, recorded In Liber f7, pacra
aw and 391, made by Kllfn Naopala tn nald Ulcliard 1'.
uicKrrion, nn inai certain piece or parcel or i.nnil
h'nlilii, Tslaiul of Oaliu,
llelnu the Mine ilecrlb(.d In Itoynl Patent No. 1S5S,
kiilennn No. IMn!, to Nnopala, together with all lm-
Dr direction of nichard V. lllckerton. the mortcno-re
named In n certain Indenliire of Mortgage, dated the
Cth day of January, 16711, recordeil In Liber M, pai-ei C7
nndCS, mado by Moluhl (k), tuald Itlchnrd V. Illckir
ton, all thoao two pieces or parcela of Laud situated at
Waikiki, Island of Oalm,
Heine the same described in Itoval Patent No. 281S.
containing rTdUO acres In all, toicthcr with all Improve
All that piece and parcel of Land sltnatcd at Kala-
nun,..., .ia.n..i it, .ni.i.iv. tt vmiu. uviiik IIIU Flllllt
described In Itoynl Patent No, a77, containing rJ-lOO
ncre, loc'tncr wun an improvements onaDoveues
lly direction of W. II, Buchanan, the moriirntree
named In n certain Indenture of Mortgage, dated ihu
S7th day of July, I8R. recorded In Liber 47, tmir.es 07
nnd (kS, madu by Lewis IMchnrds to said Itlchard V.
lllckerton, all thoso two certain pieces or parcels of
Land situated at
Papohaku, Island of Molokai,
Heine (he same described In Itoyal Patent, Nos, 1DM
and IW1, rnntalnln;; M acres, together with all tho
buildings and Improvements thereon.
Ily direction of Thomas Hrown, the Mortcaeen named
In a certain Indenture nf Mortgage, dated tho 15th day
of May, 1B77, n corded In Liber rfljPages i'00 and 2U1,
made by Kamakakoa (k) to said Thomas Hrown, all
thoso two certain pieces and parcels of Land situated at
Island of Oahu, being the sanin described tn Hoyal
Patent Nn. 41SI, contnlnlne 1 C0-1U0 acres, together
with all Improvements thereon.
Hy direction of A. J. Cartwrlght, the Mortgapeo
named In a rertaln indenture of Mortgage, dated the
17lh day of December, 1877, recorded In LlW Kl, pages
13U nml 1:11, niniln by I.okal (w) and Henry Hnma, to
said A.. I. Curtnrlght, nil that undivided two-thirds of
u certain tract of Land situated at
Island of Oahu, being tho tamo described In Itoyjl
Patent No. 870.
Ily direction of Alex. J. Cartwrlght, the Mortgagee
imcd In n certain Indenture of Morteacn dated .list
day of hunt! nibir. lB7d, recorded In Liber 67, pages 87 to
TJ. made br Kamakauwllafkl nnd lahoe fkl to said A
I. Cartwrlght, all thut certain piicc and paicel of land
WAIKIKI, ISLAND OF OAHU,
being part of tho land described In Royal Patent No.
3.1711, also described In u deed from W. O. Parkerecorded
tn Liber 40, poes 75 and 70.
ALSO, all the share, right, title and Interest of said
Mahoo In and to the Ahupuaas of
Aliomanu, Kapaa and Moloaa,
hltuutcd on the Island of Kuual; said Ahupuaas having
been coinej id to J. Ilobbs moka poollui by deed re
corded In Llbir 18, pago 1K17.
For further particulars Inquire of
HAIITOW A TUCKER. Auctioneers,
Or UIUI1. P. UlCKEHTON.
Attorney fcr above named Mortgogeea.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Ynltmhlt) as an Imestnient.
Rented to good tenants for a long period. Buildings tn
gowi repair ana pleasantly laeatt-u. .Apply to
v. ,v- TU
JUST RECEIV ED
Wrestler and Discovery,
And other late arrivals, the following Goods
which will bo sold at
Bales Best California Hay,
Sacks Golden Gate Flour,
Calirornlu Raid Red Bricks,
Barrels Fresh California Llmo,
While Bros," Best English Portland Cement,
Manila Hops, Blankets, Pea Jackets,
Cases balmnn, 1 and 5 ,b. tins,
Casoa Uystcrs, 1 inula lb. tins,
Ales, Wines and Liquors.
Ca.es Hennessey's Brandy,
fast- Murtull's Brandy,
Cases Boutelltau l-Dlumond Brandy,
Casks Uoiitclleau and Hennessey Brandy,
Cases Nu 1 and O K Wlil.ky,
Cases u P C K V Whisky,
Cases (tin. Baskets Gin,
Case Dull Gordon Sherry,
Casos Boat English Port Wino,
Cases Best California Port Wine,
Cu"i' Claret, be.t bunds;
Oa.es Old Madeira and other Wines,
Cases Best Eliiill.li Alo, pts, and qts.
Cases Bust English Porter, pts. and qta.
Ca.ss ht. LimiI. U it, pts. andqls.
Casts Boca liter, pts. and qts.
All the Well-Known Brands
Best English Ales and Porter 1
Constantly Kept iu Stocli,
All the above mentioned goods will be sold on the
jIOST ltEASOKAHLI? TEKMS
In iiuantlttes to suit, by
PROPERTY FOR SALE
IN NORTH KOHALA.
f 1MI li VXJ)i:K81G 13 DS'IIKIXG
1 obliged to leave the Islands, offers for sale, In let.
to suit buyers, the w bole of
HIS PEOPEETY IN NORTH K0HA1A,
Cuuo iiiul 1'nsturo Lands, Houses, Uulldlnes
nnd AYharf, Horses uiid Cattle,
Cane and Horse Wagons, Building and Wheelwrlghtinc
Materials, General Merchandise, Ac, Ac.
If not sold by the first day, of June the above will be
ottered at public auctlou, Vor terms, apply to
H& '."J Vui H. sTAINL'B. Kohale.
OI'TllIt I'lHlKST IJU'OUTKII
strains, and of all aires, FOU SALE,
boed and delivered tn steamer or
raoouvr, AT MODKlCVrK PRICES.
Person. wUhluBloatort with lltollrslNlock
r l linwrovs Mlinl lliejr iiuw list,
cstM Isuy Iu lra siol stlslss.
StT A. ll K BBEHT. Hawaiian Hotel.
WITH INsMRKMIttN AfMII. !. THAT
very desirable residence No. I9S Nuuinu
Avtbue. containing eliat rooms, kllcUtn, pantry, b.ttv
room.- ervunte rooaj, cotcb Uoiufc tj0'.?.! '"
house. J.pply to J. A. WOOD, or
G-. W. MACFARLANE St CO.
OJPJPJE13ZZ. JFGJR. SSlXjEJ
Tho Cargo of tho
BRITISH BARK "AIKSHAW,"
Just Arrived from Glasgow,
A FULL LINE OF GOOBS!
Specially Bclcctccl for thin mrtrhot. nntl our Plnntatlon nml
Counlry Rcqitircciuntn, namely,
In variety, such as I7.ncy Prints, Long Cloths, Mnllns, Shirtings. Linens, Towels. Woolen Goods, Blankets
Millinery and l'dncydeods, In variety. Hniidkerchlcfs.a large assortment, Sheeting and Pillow
Linen, Seeks, French Merino, Shirts, Braids. Laces, r'rlngcs, 1'lno Tweeds, Ac.
Corrugated Galvanized 3ron,
Of the bssl Scotch make, nf tho Celebrated Smith A Maclean brand, nnd ginrantced not to cnrl up. split, or
scale, 0, , Hand! feet lengths, 21 gauge, extra wide :! Indies, Also, Ridging nnd 8cres for same.
Best Annealed Fence Wire,
Nos. 4, 6, and C, Also, n few tons of Best Galuntzcd 1'enco Wire, nnd Staples for same.
HOOP IRON, i, , nnd 1 Inch.
OKMKNT, best English brands; Knight, Hrown A Co's.. nnd J. 11. While's.
A Largo Assortment of tlao Boat Refined Bar Iron.
LKATIIKR HKLTISO-best Kngllsli. 3, 1, 5.0, 8, 10 and 14 Inch, nnd Lacing for same.
RL'HBKR PACKINO.Tlcmp Packing, null Cciitrlfngnl Cloths.
Best Scotch mado Gnlvanizcd Buckets, 10, 11 12, !l3 and 14 inch.
The Celebrated Bine Htrlpo HUOAIt IIA08, for which wn have the sole agency; also, Ordinary
Plain Burlap Sugar Bags, and extra heavy Coal Bags, dllTcnnt sites.
Best White Lead, White Zinc, Red Lead, & Black Paints,
In 12', nnd S3 lb, galvanized Iron Kegs. Boiled and Raw Linseed Oil, In 5 gall. Iron drums.
Hydraulic Pumping Jacks,
To raise I, C and 8 tons; every plantation should have a pair.
ULU1! MOTTLKDIHOAP, S3 bars In box, r ngll.li Crown brand Yellow Soap, S3 bars lo box.
, Galvanized Iron Pipes, i, U, 1, IH, lii, 2 Inch Sizes.
COILS Wlltr. HOPE, ill sires.
SEAMING AND ROPING TWINE. BARS CAST STEEL, assorted sizes.
A Large Assortment of Crockery.
Plain and Colored Granite and l'ancy China, comprising Bowls, Cups, Saucers, Ewers and Basins, Plates,
Hrtokfast and Dinner Sets, China Sets, Kancy China Vases, I'lowcr Pots, Ac.
A nlco assortment of Glasnrare, of finest quality.
Best Anvils and Vices, different slzeaj English nnd Scotch Klrc Hrlcks aud Tire Clay.
4 foot square, 100 gallons capacity, '
In large quantities, In bulk and cases ; Hennosay, Mattcll's, Blsqult, Dutoucho & Co., and other best brand a
Best American, Irish and Scotch brands, In bulk and cases.
ALES AND PORTER,
Bass, McEwan's, Foster's, nnd other English brands, In glass and stone, cases nnd casks.
Baskets, Stone .Ing. nnd Green Cis, (small); i,lso a few cases of Celebrated Royal Batavia Gin.
HOCK WINES, extra quality,
Plnesl Sherries and Port, ood and c.ises. A small Invoice of -'0801101 Blanc" and " Green Seal" CHAM
PAGNES, guaranteed the best in tho market.
A fine assortment In cases, besides n full lino of otlier Ales, Wines and Liquors.
MIRRLEES, TAIT & WATSON'S
ClariEers, Coolers, and Eva-oorating Pans.
28? 3723.S5 lOorst Sooton Sxllzxt Coal
All of which will bcoucrcd on very reasonable terms to the trade.
Country orders faithfully executed on the best terms.
tr" A full assortment of General Merchandise constantly on hand. Tor particulars, please address or
apply to (33S51J . w. .itAOI'AIII.Wi: A: CO.
Grand Racing Tournament
3-TCT3XTE3 3.1, 1881.
Tlie following gentlemen comprise the Committee
of Arrangements, vizi
C. E. WILLIAMS,
CAPT. A, M. TRIPP,
J. II. BLACK,
0. E, WILLIAMS Chairman and Treasurer.
J. E. WI8EMAN, Secretary.
Princess Eegent Purse,
Running Race, for all horspe bred In tho Kingdom.
Mllo heats; bests la 3; catch weights.
Running Rice Smile dish. Free to all.
Trotting Ilaco, for ull horses brei In the Kingdom.
Mile heats ; best S in S, to harness.
Running Race. Mile dash; for all horses bred Iu
Tr.ittln? Race. Mile heats; Oft 3 In 5, to harness.
Free to all.
Kapiolani Park Purse, - .
Ruunlng Rtce. Mile dash; free, for all under 3
years old; equal weights to bo'ci'rrkd.
Bests In 3, to harness, Free to all.
Citizens' Purse, . .
Pacing Race. Mllo beats; bot 3 In 3, to harness.
l'rcu to all,
Ituuulng Race. Mile dash. Open to all.,-
Oahu Purse, ' ' "
Mule Race. Open to all. Mile dsihj catch weights.
Honolulu Purse, - " ; ,-;
Running Race. llalf.iule dull. Open to all.
Each borso to carry tu)bs. weight.
Running Race. Open to all ponlts not over I3)
hands high. One inlle dssh. Each hore to carry
DouLrylUcs. Kreotoall. Each to ride his neigh
bor's donkey, Tho last one Iu the winner.
Hurdle IUce, One mile dssh. Free to all. Ha
waiian bred horse, only, t hurdlesojump; catch
Hawaiian horse, to enter Into all races, and foreljn
horsoi Into the " free for all."
There must be three vntrln In all races, and two to
The entries will be closed on Salordty, thaaSthdsy
of May, at 0 o'clock p. m. Entries to be mad. at the
offlie of O. E. Williams, Fort street.
The purse' wlll.ooubu published and arranged ac
cording to the liberally of tho public subscriptions.
Nohorse.rxc.pt those training for race wll b al
lowed hereafter on the Track, and permit. vll be
limited at the office of C, E. Wllllaun to thoso entitled
to train their slock.
1 to 100 Bf l.Mt at It ota.
70S, SALE Y M. ooorart,
Iwau CMbT Kos. alawail.
theol e umu
Offers for snlc, to arrive,
Of the I'lnu Iron
NOW DUE, CONSISTING OF
Galvanized Iron Roofing,
in G, 7, S nnd 9 feet lengths.
Galvanized Iron Ridging",
In 6 feet lengths.
FENCE WIRE & STAPLES.
Hardware, Cement, Saddlery,
Paints and Oils, Red Lead, Door Mats,
Rice Bags, Sugar Bags,
Burlaps and Twine,
Clothing and Dry Goods,
Haberda.hcry, Ac, Ac,
BLOOD, WOLFE'S ALE!
"Pig Brand "Stout,
' ' Cldsr, Ac!, Ac.
NOW ON HAND!
HV LATE ARRIVALS,
Asbestos Felting, for Steam Pipes and Boiler..
Cement, Feuc? Wire,
Railroad Iron with Spikes,
Bolts, Switches, Ac, lomplete.
Galvanized Iron Wire,
Blue Mottled Soap, Yellow Soap,
Saddlery, Liverpool Salt,
Crockery aud Glaatwarcv,
Dry Goods and Clothing,
Fire Clay, Canvas,
Tobacco, Ac, Ac.
Mlrrle.s, Tilt k Watsou's
Two 500-Oftilon Eyaporatore,
Ac, Ac, Ac.
SS B.M TIIEO. H. DAVIE8.
FltAXK II. AUSTIN ti CO.,
Commisaloa Korokaata and For-
0Ut No. 90 California It., Urn FraMis.
CociUcmtots from tb. Hawstisn Islands desired.
TU VHt rtiec Wanaote4, and Salt. OunaiMi
l -. ,.-
Fnltovrlna Is tho Uatnl of HeMth'R smtll pox re
port, with list of ileittlio, for tho week eiidltic; Tri
Hy, Mny llltli, nt 12 M.t
Small-pot cases reported since last report.......... SO
Cases previously reported....... nn;
Total small-pox cases reported ,,., "717
Number of deaths since. Ial report 8
Number previously reported. , ssi)
Total nnmber of deaths ii,,.."s7
Plaed In qnarnntliio since last report, at Kohofoloa
Placed In quarantine at las", report... Slu
Totnl . . . m
Dlscliareeil well. '.,
Releaed from quarantine, kokuas., ......
Total In quarantine this date 17tf
About SJ to be discharged to-day,
J. A. Hvssitacn, Secretary.
list or Drains since iart nr.ronr.
Kolomn, H. 8. 1., It, 2.' years, Qnnrnntiiio Ilotpilrtt
Kcnwe, w, 18 years, Knwninlinii
Xnliolownn. vv, C7 jcars, (Junrnntino llospilnl
Jlalil, w, Mjcnrfl, "
Iviunoum ltllll, k, 0 yenrx, " "
SALE Or LEASE OF GOVERNMENT
On WEDNESDAY JUNE l.ltlt 1S3I, at the front
entranco of Alllolatil lthte, at 13 o'clock noon, will be
sold at Public Auction, the following leases of Lnnds
blonglng to tho Government.
1st. All that tract or parcel of landknownasMOMJLA,
situated In the District of KAU, Island of HA
WAII. Terms, lease 13 years, upset rrlco jltO
per Annum, payable semi-annually In advance.
2nd. That pclco or parcel of land situated In tho DIs.
irlct of KOOLAUPOKO, Wahdof OAHU ond
described as folloi Commencing at the South,
westerly comer of the Court House, lot adjoining
tho Government Road, runs ffl feet In a North
jasterlv direction, nlonir the boundary of said
Court House lot, thence 70 feet In a Northwesterly
direction, thi'iic c ;i feet In a Southwesterly to llio
Government Road, thence 70 feet Southeasterly
along said road to point of commencement.
Terms, lease 6yenrs, upset price S'K) per Annnm,
payable annually In advance.
3rd. The land of KAIWIKI, and the remaining por
tion of WAILEA, situated Is IIILO, HAWAII.
Terms, lease SSyenrs", u)iset price $3U0, per Annum,
payable semi annually In nuvnnce.
lth. A lot of land li) ten by 00 fct nt th" foot of
NUUANU STREET, partlyoccitpled by the build
In? known as the Old Ice House, nnd more par
ticularly de.crlbed on a plan In this nfllco
Terms, lease 55 years, npctpriceS Wiper Annum,
niyablo semi-annually In advance and on Die
following condition! The lessor to erect within
slv months from datoof lease, a substantial fire
proof brick or stone building, costing not less
than GtW which he Is to keep In repair, and re
vert to the Government at tho expiration of the
Also nt same time and place, the building on
above lot to be removed within twenty day.
Department of Interior, 1 II. A. P. CARTER.
Honolulu, liitli May 16S1. fS7 lm Minister of Interior.
Mr. W. C. Lane ban this day been appointed Road
Supervisor for the Districts of Koolauloa, Koolaupoko,
Walalua, Kvvn and Walanac, Oahu.
II. A. P. CARTER, Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Olllce, May 0, 1831. 37 at
PudUo School Notlco.
As favorable Inillrntlons at present appear of thn
"batement of small-pox epidemic In this district; with
the concurrence of tho Prcsldentof the Board of Ileal Hi
on tho subject, It has been decided by tho Board of
Education that all Government Sclioola in the English,
nnd In tho Hawaiian languogcs, In tho District of Hono
lulu, shall bo opened for public sessions on WEDNES
DAY NEXT, THE 18tii INSTANT. And to' prevent,
ns faros mny be possible under tho circumstances, un
necessary exposure to contagion, all teachers of Gov
ernment Schools aro specially enjoined to exerclso
strict vigilance In the scrutiny of their pupils daily,
and to cause those to be removed who show any symp
toms of approaching disease. The schools will also be
subjected to proper Inspection by competent medical
Ily order of the Board of Education.
W. JAS. SMITH, Secretary.
Education Ofdcc, May 13(h, 1831. ."17-2t
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS-
Tenders nro wanted for building a Shade on tho Es
planade. Plans and specifications maybe seen at the ofllcoof
the Snperlendent of Public Works on and after Monday
the Oth Inst., nnd sealed Tenders marked "Tenders for
Building" may be lodged at tho Interior Offlce on or
beforq Ihiirs'day the 10th Inst., at noon.
The Minister of the Interior docs not bind himself
to accent the lowest, or any Tenders.
Interior Offlce. May Cth, 1881. 812 SO
LicenBos Expiring in May, 1881.
Grant.t Robertson, corner Port it Hotel Sts, Honolulu
Apa, Heela. Koolaupoko.
A, Jaeger, Kaihninana St., "
Conehce .B Achat, Role) St., "
Ah Kat, Klsh .Market. "
AhQual & Aml.NnutnuSt., "
T Tnnnatt, Fortbt., "
J. A. Hopper. Fort St., "
Num Chnng X Co., cor King A Maunakca Sts, "
Mrs L. .1. Whltcoinb, Kim; St., "
Jos. F. Pickering Kin? St., "
Yeo On & Co., Maunakea St , "
A, S. ClCitliurn fc Co., Kaahnmann St., "
Pan Sing Tone & Co., Mercnaut St., "
J. II. Lynch. King St., '
Chu Sam, King St.. "
Ahuna. Kamananui, Walalua,
Israel Fisher, Llllha St., "
Oea Que; Bros., Nuiiaiiu St "
Mrs. DB. Orlffln. Fort St..
S. W. Buckinan, cor Smith A Berctanla St., "
Alsma, Walolilnu, Kan.
Tuk Luutr. Paukaa. lilln.
Pahana, Makapala, N. Kohala.
C. II Witmore, llllo.
San Ki.ni, Hamakua.
Tonf Mini, Laupahoehoe, llllo.
J. It, Mills, KuUulhaole.Hatnakna.
Toter Wahakano, Maullll.
Alan A AI.Htlo.
J. C. Klrkwood, Lahalna.
Abnna A C. Akana, liana.
C. 11. Dickey, Haiku.
K.lepa Makaena. Keanae, Koolao.
Tern Yon A Co,, Makawao.
Wong Kee, Olowalu,
Chas. Sllva. Walluku,
A, IIIOS x UO., UO
Yoiinr; lice, do
P. KaTua, do
.Mil a & Chong Tal, Wulmia.
E. P Adams, Queen St., Honolulu.
On Cbong A Co., Nunniiu St., do
A, S. Clvghorn A Co., Kaahuinanu St., Honolulu,
Jas. S. Lemon, Nuuauu and Berctanla St., llouululu
Hart Bro , Hotel St., Honolulu,
Alloua, Pllhonaa, llllo, Hawaii. ,
I.um I.un.Kahnlul, Maul.
Oonchco A Achat, Hotel St., Honolulu.
do on International, do
I), Punnhn, Lahalna, Maul.
Kee Wo Chnng A Co . Heela, Koolaupoko, Oahn,
Apo, Ilaniaktiapnko, Maul.
Lam Tnl. Mamiakea St., Honolulu.
Akol, Nuuanu St.. do
Nee Lee. Beretanti St., do
Allona, Plihonua, llllo, Hawaii.
J, Cox, W.talna, Oahn.
r W. W. Weed. Uh.lna, Maul.
I Aiao, llllo, Htwutl.
I Akloua, Nawlllwlll, Kacal.
I Akana, Krauhou, ICona, Hawaii,
I Allen, Walalua, Oabu,
I Tbos. II. Pails, (Walluku,)
I D, W. Clark, Kona, Oabu,
The Now York .Yaiiou Is raout likely correct la
lwintliiR to V.r Calms ns tho protinhlo lender of
the Conservative party in the DritlsU Hoiim of
1'eers. Ho is unquestionably the oldest man avail,
nblo. Imvingncblevodthoponlllonof Lird Chancel
lor before ho bad reacted his fiftieth jonr. a
rapidity ot nucceM never before nccompllshwl. He
can hardly lie oillej an old ronn being iu hiafiTd
year or nbout 10 ye-ai-a jounner than Oladatone. In
the Common the leadership has, since Disraeli
was removed to the upper cbambor. been con.
ceedod to Sir Stafford Northcote, bot he i hardly
a match for his, antagonist Gladstone.
Tub regular monthly meetlna of the Honolulu
Library and Heading Itoont Association waa held
last Saturday evenlnnat thereadius room. The
Committee on a buildinp; for a library rep rtrd a
form of the (.Taut of land from Ike Government
n made by the laat Lecitlatore, which it waa de
rided to accent. The Committee were inatrocted
to report nt the next regular nieetintt some niiriv
ableuwuu of proauriBKtbe necetwar f unda re
ijuired for the bolldlnK. Tho tite for the baildlnj;
i. on the racAnt lot on Hotel tret. -arret ,"o( the
Itoyal Hawaiian Theatre, The Committee re
ported to consider the propnaition of having a rou
leal department fa oonsecUon with the library,
and to whom was referred the Utter of Mr, Mar
qoes relating to thia natter, laeeted that the
letter be aeat to om of the aewssMnew for publi
oatiou. Tb UvViMtuwaa iastsistssl ta esjiead
to tb oMceri aad cues of aM awl t.m.U muit
2 tkla kuka. avsVlMaa tvwHA'lSavvaaaiff-vaaea.
SATDKDAY I'll ESS,
All advertisements for the SArcnDAT Pnrs must be
sent In by Friday noon No Insertions for the Current
Isiue car. tic guaranteed when sent In later.
Advertisers will mark tho number of Inicrtlom de
sired, from which date they charge. Any nut so marked
will b charged J months
THOS. (1. THRUM, Business Agent.
NOTES OF THE WEEK.
Another week of hot, heavy. optire.lvo wcalhcr.
How ono longs for n rcmkI trado wind 1
A ontcKBT inntcli in nrranRcd for lhH afternoon
between tho Senior nnd Junior Klercn of tho II,
Tire German birk Mutta, nrrived from Dram
men, Norwny, with 1S Norwegian immlj?rautfl,
Tim Enpjlielt dotaohed Sqnntlron with thn ynnng
1'rliices on board has been ordered from tho Cnio
Tnnnn will bo n fjospl temiraranco mcetina nt
Mm Itf'fhnl vr.trv ltrl Mnllilnv nvntllno. in willell
nil nro invited.
I'xttnmvb Improvements lmvo been mado on
Allen ,t Itohiiimm'H Imlldlnp; on Queen Street nt
tho foot of Knnhumnnu Street,
Tub vcwUln tho trade between Hnwnii nnd
Until, nnd 8,m Francisco, linvn lately been carry
ing n numbsr of paBsenqcrs both ways.
The pcoplo from tho Now Hebrldei nro very
hlqhiy Hpoknu of by their cmployirs. At tbo Eleelo
plantation, Koloa,thoy nroreiiortcd to bo flrst-rnto
TiiKnE Becma to bo RoincthltiR in tho ntntements
ot a certain Insurance. Compinv nccordinu to n
circulnr wu havo received signed Robert Crawford,
late Agent, etc.
A i.Anar. bosh flro wa burning In Faldlo Talley
on Tliursday nnd throughout (ho night, emitting
denao clouiU of Hmoko, rendering Diamond Head
invisible from Wnlldkl.
Tun steam.r Cllinf Sittnn nrrrived on Jlondny
oveniiitj from tho ColonfeA with a crv largo num
ber of passengers, rind nailed nt 12 o'clock on
Tuesday for San Francisco.
Titr. South Sea Islnnd piasonger by Storm lllnl
nro nil disposed of, nnd Captain Tinrnoy Rtya his
ship iv ready to go to RO.t nt n day's notlco after
receiving tho nccossary stores nnd water.
Tnn Atherltter is In error in stating that "tho
Satuitoit l'nrais loses a valttnbtn compllor of ship
ping news by llio transfer of Mr. Oat to tho l'ost
nfilce. " Mr. Oat is still our Marino Reporter.
Br tho Zcalantila duo on Monday next it may
bo possible to bear tidings of tho missing des
pitclies Bout forward by tho stoamer which took
tho Count Moreno nnd his youths to tho Const.
Tun steam stono crusher was hrokon oarly in
tho week by eomo extra linrd auhstanco getting in
between its jaws, nnd thoro.iil makers will bo with
out their supply of " iwf mttal" for somo dajs to
Mn.A. Mirqces wrltos n letter to llio Library
and Heading ltoom Asscl ition in regard to opera
ting n circulating musical library tindor thenus
pioes of tho Association, which is worthy of at
tention. II. H. M. Ironclad Triumph, boaring tho flag of
Admiral Stirling, may booxpected from Coqnimbo
in tlio oourso of next month. Tho corvetto Tlitlls,
Captain Slovens, will bo duo from Tahiti nbout
tho s.imo time.
Tun schooner Kalinin returned on Thnrcday from
a crniso in tho neighborhood of tho Galnpigo-i Is
lands. Sho brings a vr.luablo cargo of seal skins,
tortoiso shell, shark flti3, tortoiso meat, nnd Beal,
shark unci tortoiso oil.
Last Wednesday night nbout 9 o'clock a table
cloth in tho Astor IIouso was discovered to bo on
flro, nnd was fortunately discovered nnd extin
guished beforo any serious injury was done. It is
thought to bo tho work of nn incendiary.
LAncin cirgocs of sugar nro Btill going from hero
to tho Coast, nil vp.fcchi leaving being loaded to
their full capacities. I Tho b.irkentino Wrestler
which sailed this week carried l,7iV,.T0;t pounds
nnd tho Alkteaie 1,9115,870 pound3, tho iargest cargo
TintBG will bo a trotting raco nt Kapiolani Fnrk
this afternoon between "Coquotto" and "Thomas
II." Tho former is entored bv John Colburn and
tho lnttor by James Dodd. ililo boats, best threo
in Ave, for M a sido. Thero will also bo a run
To Tim correspondent of tho Gazette who " wnnts
nn explanation" iib to tho uso of tho torm "metal
ling" ns npnlied to roads, wo neod only refer him
back (oliis Wobster, where ho will find tho third
definition of tho word "motnl" to bo "brokon
btono used for covering macadamized roads."
Last Tuesday night sovoral of tho students of
Tunnhou attended tho Band concert on horseback,
nnd had cacli agreed to tako n young lady with
hint. But ono of tho young men who hnd no part
ner cngagod, hnd ono of his schoolmates don a
girl's habit, and tho ruso was not suspeoted by
his friundd, bo uoll did tho damsel ro tern play
hor (?) part.
Last Monday night two young men who wero
anxiou3 to get on the mail dock w hero tho City of
Spdney was lying, borrowed n native's canoo (with
out asking), but not being accustomed to tho
navigation of a craft of this kind, it capsized whilo
they woro pushing thcmsolvcs along tbo wharf,
and tho expedition was abandoned, as tho young
voyagers had to go homo to dry their clothes.
TwENiT-TnnrK passengers lef t horo for San Fran
oifico by tho Jam -1, Falkiiiburff, ion by tho
HVenfer, two by tho Lizzie Marshall nnd forty
four by tho City oj Sydney. Tho number of ar
rivals has been qulto small. Tho '. C. ilurruy
broucht thrco and tho 11'. II. fiimonrf tvvolvo from
Sin Francisco, nnd tho City of Sydney only ouo
from tho Colonies.
Tux yellow flag is again displayed in Merchant
Stroet, adjacent to tho premises whoro It hung for
sovon long weeks. Tho fact hna just como to light
that ono small pox patient has pissed through the
various stages of the diseaBo nnd recovered on the
premitis, nnd a sroond ono was attRckod and died
on Thursday night, henco tho .revelation.
Fou-owino is tho programme of tho Band con
cort at Fmma Squaro at 4:30 r. M. this afternoon :
Overture-In the Italian IRylu .......Schubortz
Hymn Praise the Lord,,,., .....Welly
Piccolo Polka 1 ho Humming Bird.. ,., , Selling
bclectlon Tho Bells ofCorsevllle Plauquct
Cornet Quartettw It Is by God ordained. .Mendelssohn
Solcctlou Tho SomnsEibula..., Bellini
Tiiebx is gome disatUfaction expressed amongst
tho planters of tho Hamakua nnd Kohnli distrlnU
abmit nn alteration in tho irastal arrangements.
Tho following important establishments aro re
duced to n fortnight instead of a weekly mall as
hitherto : Lauruihoehoo, Oknla, Hamakua plan
tation nnd mill. I'ahaohnn, Ilonokan, Ktikuinacln
and others. Wo trust that this tuny noon bo rec
tified. Atf open drain in tho lower part of Alakea Street
intended to convey the discharge from Ward's
ambits lias become stagnant, and consequently
offensive. It has been iu this disgraceful condl
tion for several weeks, so wo deem it high timo
that steps were taken to remedy this nuisance.
Where is tho ofllclal whose, duty it is, or ought to
be, to prevent tho existence ot such disease-spreading
The Bight Itov. Dr. Mornn, It. O. Bishop of
Dunedin, New Zealand, patmed through by City of
Sydney, on UM way to llio ua.t. At insnon mo
rail's diocne. U that in which wo he.ir that athor
Latkin lias recontly tailored, we hopo that the
Iter, gentleman has taken Kteps to net himself
right before those ot whom bn complains, so that
bo may not 1m again reduced to tho painful ne
cessity of appearing iu Belf-vindication in publio
Tub Band gave two moonlight concerts on Tues
day and Thursday evenings. We need not say
that tho inuclo ua good, the evening delightful,
nnd the nudlt-nce pleased ; bat we do not know
whether there was a " bouquet of musical delight
to gem ft perfect tropioal eve" or it the bandsmen
aucooeeded in making the "tremulous atmosphere
of a night tingle with delight" though "the final
notes of fine finished roolody " were received with
Alt. tbo Portuguese immigrants by the High'
flyer have been dispatched to their various desti.
p'atlons. Only some three or four families remain
iu Oatmt the rest are engaged in Hawaii, Maui or
Kauai. They are reported to bo very well satiifled
with their treatment bero hitherto, and pleased
with the prospects beforo them. They are an a
duitrious, leroperato and thrifty raco, and we
consider tbem a valuable addition to oar steads; j
law-abiding workers. -
At the smalt-pox hospital on tbo reef a difficulty
was threatening earlv In the week, A man had
been quarantined with hU family, and In due time
we discharged by the doctor. He refused to leave,
saying that having had the diaeaae, b wanted to
remain in atlead-aee oa hi f Uy, Tb doetor
ordered kioi o and other dttvurt s.eraed r
-lined to take iliM and set b a t-t The Mia.
WUr of the laUtier was wfawad t k- tslsplieaa I
and replied giving ysr-ilsasea ta tM a to r-1
YrsTcnntv, n nalivo woman, the wlfo of D.
Knntihi, died from small-pox tn Honolulu. It
nppears that sho has been very III for it nurnber
of daVs, but her hn.biml would not mako tho
ctso known to the nullmritlrs. Knniiha has slnco
been nrre$teil, nnd yestcnlay siiteen other war
ranto of arrest were Issued for the pamo offense,
Now that thodiseiM is abating, no stone slionld
be loft unturned to prevent it from brcaklnc out
nfrcsh, nnd persons concealing cases should be
dealt with rigorously.
The regular meeting of tho Y, M. C. A, next
Thnrsdny evening Mav lOtliwill bo mado addition
ally intersting by alecturo on the "Essays of
Iiord Maotilev" by Frederick Swift, formerly
professor of Belies Lettrcs, Modern Languages
and Klocutlon in tho University of Notre Dame,
Indiana, nnd l'latem College, Montreal, Canada.
Macauley Is chosen as tho Bnbject for tho lecture
on nccount of his vast learning nnd brilliant pow
ers nlways employed for the noblest mds, his
suggestlvcncss nnd the extent nnd variety of his
TnE Clt v of Sydnty was crowded though over
a hundred stoorago passengers wero refused.
Amongst tho cabin passengers hence wero Airs. II.
A; I. Carter, Mr. nnd Mrs. II, Mclntym. Mr. O.
W. Macfarlniie, 11. II. Fowler nnd others. Tho
two last named gentlemen purimso to return by
llio same stetuuer. Many of tlin Honolulu jinsi.
songers wero without berths, nil being occupied.
Altogether sho brought hero 1111 cabin and H7
Btecrago passengers, and took from horo forty,
four ctbln passengers iu addition. "Baron Littlo
finger" and " Count Hoscbml " lakotip ns much
room ns nny other passengers.
r. had ocension last week i call nttcntion to
tho random riflo or platol-Bhootltig in tlio neigli
liorhood of this city, nnd wo wish now' to mention
tlio killing of mjnahs contrary to tho law. A
friend of onrs found four of thcAO ttsefnl lltllo
birds recently shot near bis own residonco nt
MnkIM; dissection proved bow Almost Complete
ly insectivorous these birds nre, In the crop of
ono was found thirty-seven insects nnd n few seeds
of lentnunj examination of each of tho others told
tho sinie tale. Wo can welt spare both insects
nnd lentnii'is, nnd tho law Is supposed to protect
"all insectivorous birds of foreign importation"
by n fine of ton dollars on nny ono "killing,
snrring or trapping" them. Unfortunately this,
law has become nlmost n dead letter. It would bo
well If it wero revived ngnin.
On board tho City of b'ydnei wal Colo's Circus
nnd Mennpcrio, comprising twenty-fourborsosand
ponies, a beautiful littlo zebra and n collection of
wild beasts. Amongst tho bipeds wns a ooiiplo of
Inlltiltislmal dwarfs, ono with a wifo hnd family,
a living skeleton, red Indians, Maoris, otc. Thero
was not timo for them to give n jierfortnance, but
tho horses had a littlo stretch out on tho csnlan-
ndo. Ono of tho lions mado n littlo excursion on
hit own nccount, without bowover, lenvlng tbo
Blilp; in tho conrso of his walk he passed somo
inert nslecp in their bunks without taking nny no
tlco of them, but conld v nt resist the temptation
nllordcd by ono of his fellow-travelers a camel,
nnd commenced his brenkfnst accordingly. His
majesty wns disturbed at Ills meal nnd secured in
his royal quarters. We hopo he will fllay thero
for tbo rest of tho passage
Mns. Dn. Wan, who resides at Kulaoknhua,
met with n serious nnd nlmost fatal nccident ono
day last week. She was burning somo nleoliol
over nn alcohol lamp which wns sitting on a wnnh
stnnd, when her littlo daughter nccidently upset it
nnd it Immediately blazed np nnd In a moment
mora would hnvo Bet tho Imuso on lire hnd not
Mrs. Weir tipped it into n wnsh bowl. Sho started
to tnko it out of tho room but it wis blazing so
that sho wns uunblo to carry it further thnn tho
door whero sho dropped it, nnd fortunately it wns
extinguished by tho fall ; but her clothing was in
flames nnd though nlmost sufTocated Rho hnd tho
raro presence of mind to pick n mat ofT tho veran
dah nnd wrap it around licr nnd smother tho llro.
Unfortunately sho wns nlono in tho house nt tho
timo nnd hail sho not been nblo to extinguish
tho il.imes ns quickly ns she did, herself nnd
child nnd tho houso must nil havo been burned.
Her injuries nro very painful but sho is getting
along ns well ns could bo expectod under tho
FoLMiwiNo nro tlio 1'olico Court proceedings for
tho week, criminal record. Ifonry Taylor, H. A.
Burns, nnd Luln, w., drunkenness, encli forfeited
l?(l bnil ; Mow Con Sin nnd Ah Sin, affray ; tho
former fined $G, costs $1, nnd tlio lnttor forfeited
510 bnil ; Muiiini, k., furious nnd heedless drivitip,
ordered to pay costs SI 40 nnd repair damages; O.
Luproil, assault nnd battery on Yim Yim, fined C,
costs if 3 40 ; Henry Bray, Antono nnd John Kelly,
drunkenness, etch forfeited $0 bnil ; Kcnwe, k.,
riding fnBtor than n wnlk over n bridge nt l'alolo,
forfeited $7 bnil ; Ycung Hansen, drunk, fined S?10,
costs 1; Ah Seo, heedless riding, forfeited $10
bail ; Klpl, drunkenness, lined $S, costs 1 ; George
Luproil, nssanlt nnd battory on J. Vim Znndt, ro
mniuled to tho lfith inst. ; Ah Fu, c, nssault mid
bnttery on Geo. Luproil, found guilty and fined
SJS, costs rjl fiO ; Ah Seo, assault nnd battery on
his wifo Lnkni, sentenced to pay a fino of $50 nnd
to threo months imprisonment nt linrd labor nnd
to pay 1 40, costs; nnd beforo boing released
from custody defendant shall glvo n bond of
$2J0 to keep tho peaeo toward his wife anj tho
community for ono yenr. Cnso appealed to tho
intermediary Court. John Kelly, drunkenness,
fined ?o. costs $1 ; F. Willis and John Porteous,
snmo charge, forfeited SG bail: l'unon, samo
chargo, fined .", costs si 20; Knmunokoli, ns
sault nnd battery on his wifo, Kamakn, nolle pro
sequi entered by prosecution j Geo. Billn, larceny;
remanded to to-dny. Civil record. John Nott f
Co. s Whitney & Robertson, action of assumpsit
for $ ifl 4(J; judgment for dofendnnt, costs at IB,
caso npnoaled to Supreme Court ( John Nott Jc Co.,
vs Jas W. Itobcrtson, nssunmiit for $41 25 j Judg
ment for defendant, costs $3 case appealed to
tho Supremo Court : Ah Pan, vs Geo. Luproil, tres
pass and damago ; Court found for nlaintiff in tho
sum of $10, costs ?6 SO ; Wilder A Co., vs Kininwa
andllau, deserting bonnd labor; settled out of
Court, costs 2 ; J. T. Watcrhouso, vs Chlng On,
action of nssumpsit for ?200, continued to tho 17tU
inst. S. M. Whitman, vs Thos. McCllolaniA. Mo
Wnyno, notion of nssumpsit for 48 60; no np
pearanca for defendants, judgment for
plaintiff amounting with costn to $57.91 ; A. Mc
Wnyno to. TIiob. McClollnn, notion of assumpsit
for 175 j settled out of Court, costs $3. II. Webb
vs. Thos. McClellan, notion of assumpsit for flOO ;
settled out of court, costs 3.
Tun schooner Rotaria loft Hilo for San Fran
cisco on the 80th ult. Bev. William Olson went in
her as a passenger,
A nEAVT rain on the night of April 80tb, pro
duced a sudden nnd high freshet that damago I
cane and roads in various places, and washed away
again tho Kohala plantation bridge but recently
rebuilt. This bridge was a solid filling of earth,
which, without taking actual measurement, mny
be stated an probably not less than twonty-fivo
foot deep nnd sixty feet across, with an iron tube
of thirty inches dlamoter through tbo bottom, nnd
was mado in place ot tho origiual woodon bridge,
for traction engines. Inspection at 9 r. M.. uf tor
the rain began, showed the pipe all clear, with but
littlo water running through ; but inn quartorof
nn hour or lens, a roaring torrent of water rushing
down tho ravine, hnd swept everything clean. The
suhbldence of tho waters was nearly as rapid ne
tho rise; and in tbo morning, tho wnshtdnppear
unco of tho roads, and damage done, were the only
evidence of there having been unusual rain, Tho
htroams wero ut their usual level. Just beforo tho
bridge was destroyed onU former occasion, the
water was Been to shoot directly out a distance of
forty feet from tho mouth of the pipe, a solid jet.,
Tub Norwcglnn laborers on Mr. Bailey's planta
tion havo resumed work. '
Iter. Mil. ItonturrfcoN will leave Maul for San
Francisco by ths J. V. SyitdfU, w
No cluo has yet been found of the party that re-,
cently attempted to rob and murder Mr, Hoard
man at Knhului.
The brlgontlne J. 1). SprUh arrived at Kahn.
lnt oil the M instance, fourteen day and twenty
hours from San Francisco, with a general cargo of
meruhniulitto and the following passengers l II.
Huhutslitr, C. Mangels, W, II. Lawrence, June
Dolan. II. Brickwedel, Mrs Coffee. Mis Coffee,
Miss lltocow, 0. Yager. The Sprtdclt will carry
a ful cargo of sugar and a number of passenger.'
Tue weather has been hot, close and dteegreo
abto for several days.
Tub rainfall at Dr. Smith's place InKoloa for.
March was iiti inches, and for April, 6 inchea.
IIavamau-A mill has begun grinding Mr UlcVa
cane nnd the Libue mill will toon begin griadina
for Mr, G. W. Wilcox " - "
Tux artesian well-bore are how oat of 4ara.
tine, and wbeu but beard fro we iiea 'about
forty f et and in very bard rock,
FotLownto are tke naaxM of ttvoa vbo bad Um
small-pox on Kauai and recovered f tost Ut ,
hlnakiw,w Keaujslkt, k., KUmoJku,., Itabtoa,, .
boy, Kala, girl. Kaukau, w-t robeo, k.t! annL k.,
"". -..Hallaka, baby, rUi,)Ttaef.'
k. Tbo following are tb mum ot tboae ba 414 1
Kalhooeba. w Tfrml, Wff, k,, Utaaan,
bahy. M'-lrulu, baby, I amQi la a n.i -h-und
U hi aatd tbat U vmM wbv Mwrni b4v- Jt
kua to go tbere fro Boaolaia. kaolti atitb !
time tbat aha bad tbe 41m. H aba wl ca
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