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BY F V. ADAMS.I
Thursday : : : : : Jlrty Uflili
. I 10 A. It. nt fcnlri IIimmii.
AND AN INVOICE OP ffi II SHI
Laundry Starch nnd Corn Starch.
To Closo Consig'nmonts,
IPO Sack Cnlifnrnln Ottrf,
1() tracks California llrmi. '.
M Sacks California Itnrloy.
Haak Cnllfornin I'otatemc,
Sack Brown Sutra r,
Colli Manila Hope,
Hale. Wnppl'iK Paper.
i: P ADAMH. Aoefr.
FURM.TURE SALE !
At No. -I Pnlnco Wnllc, opposite
ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 25th.
.M 111 A. .11. "HI ! '"I
THE ENTIRE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
C unslstlmr In part J follows'
Mtliorfsnr Ilclroom M.-t, Marble Top Hurean,
Kn.y Chain", Lcmnri . Wl.atnil. llracket.
Table.. Wall I'.nk'i" Cornlre. and C urlaln,
Picture.. Hprliia; HpiI ami MattreM, ' hair,
Ilody llrusst Ik (. arp. t, 1 rutin r Pillows,
Malllm;, Wardrobe, SImI fate, Cook Stove,
tllass anil Crockery Wore, Ac, Ac.
IlliACKSSILTIL S1101 lc TOOLS
11V OIIDEK Of Mil 110IIE11T IIITTNEK.
On Saturday, - - May 28th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A.M.
A I TIIK BH0I
NEAR THE OLD CUSTOM HOUSE,
Will be told on account of departure,
New Blacksmith's Bellows
1 ShlpmltlT Anvil, 1 Swuljc Illock, a lot or
lltiu'kmIthN llnminrrs nml Tools,
Vice, Screw Plate, Ox Chains and other stock,
3 hlul. Cumberland Coil,
A Una lot of American Iron, square, flat nnd round.
K P ADAMS, Auctioneer.
Mortgagee's Notice of Sale
LAND AT MAKAWAQ. MAUI!
lly Direction en SAMUEL STAINES,
Tho mortgagee named In n certain Indenture of Mort
case dated October 16, 1679, made by Knhnaka and II.
Chambcrlalncto raid Samuel Staines, I mn directed to
sell at 1'ubllc Auction, on
Saturday, 18th day of June, 1881,
At my Mica Iioooi In Honolulu,
ALL THAT CERTAIN PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND
Sltnvte t Makawao In the Inland of Maul, nnd moro
particularly described In ltoyal I'atent No.'JSSo, and
containing an area of 3.1 acres.
For further particular, enquire of
Attorney for Mortpajee,
Or K. ! ADAMS, Auct'r.
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS
PAIITIEJJ IN HONOLULU
Or other parU of tho tUnd,
' CAN" HAVK Ti:m
Orders Filled at Lowest Eates
lly application to Mr. K P. ADAM. Queen Street, who
baa our lle.crlpllve Catalogue with Price.
ON HAND AT THE STORE DFLW.HOPP
j.,, Black, Walnut Bedroom Sets,
illtick Wnlntit Sidetiiiurdit,
liluck Wnlnut DiniiiR Chair,
Oak Cuiic Sent DiniiiR Cliiiita.
Cuilur Heilroom .Sols,
L P. ADAMS, AGENT FOR THE'HAWAIIAH ISLANOS
School of Cookery Rostaurant,
"" ' Rloliarda Stroot,
V.' Delween Merchant and Qnfen Streets.
Board, $4 per woek 21 Meal Tickets, $4
NO OVI'.R OIIIIWIIIM1.-SO Itl'SIl
limited nnmber of boarder "Tv,,h,tr!"VuIH
tlon to their comfort a iprclaltT. 0 CLLI.STIALH
KMI'LOYKD. quallly. cleaiilfue, and economv eh
ablo me to set the Itt Table In Honolnla. Cali:nd
ludse for yourelve Continued In (UxiTTe.
'S ALFIIED II 1101'HHTO.S-. Proprietor.
Wllinrd Tablo For Sale.
TX PBKb-KOT OUDKll, STAIHj13
1. ,t IIJOIIES makei I'halau Jt Collcndcr cuthlom;
mtrbltbed, Fur particular noulro at .
nitron ueu, t,,n'n,t,u0A, IHLLIAKD PAKLOn.
T "Vl4Ti OllVK 9tJ.r TO KNOAV WHO
1 arc'thl OilSln4loia nf 111 MalUloii.Ktotlc. that have
been cliculale about me, and I hueby give notice that
IwUi ptolVcule anjlino'clre. dating ...cl, 'P".rt'V ' "
U no Duntuui, I meau bu.lne.. A. Ho Aftt.
THE HOOVER TELEPHONE
THE HIGHEST PREMIUM
Ai the Mkanle' Fslr In San Francisco, ISS0. for the
Mel Iu"li'.iu fur slurl dl.uuee. the Hell or i.i.y
"tlT'r Telephone u excepted. .No trouble to put up
CASH OKDKICi promptly alleuded to. Infoiniatlan
sSSasif tfci5Siftf5Sj: ?
sF am SoU AgeiMs for tin Hawaiian islands.
rami: uxiikkniiisikii ii. .-
U. annolatcd AsiUutes for the E.uio of VV. L.
I)le, uf Makwno, liand of Ml. oiuuury nans.
Fata, would hemby uollfy all " ViWWRIK
licilT or rBect Wlooitnit tQ lh said lU In their
w..e.lon, lo dliet the tame to the nud.rtlgunl
Ml2nieor)ur before the 15ih ilsy of July. IsMi nod
, a I iiMi'on" Indebted lo the said K.Ute t. make pay
miiU of the .am. before the expiration of the above
di.i.l Olh.rwlse It will be put In the bands ofanal
lorner for collection.
" r. uuukM, . . ,. I Asslcnets.
Honolnla. May Tth. ltai.
HonM Bedding Mattrosa Hay,
WBLIi GUKKD, HAJjU -VXD
derrl lnuinilw to poll,
AT OKE BOluXA NEK 100 VOVKM.
Applr, throtksU J?ol 0m, o W00D lf
BY BARTOW & TUCKER.
At Our Now Sales Room,
Next doer to VI j Irwin A Co
Fill DAY, ; : : : MAX 27tli,
At 10 o'clock A. Mwlll bo olil.
VJiJ UUUUS Ullll VSIUI.I 111 lg t
AM) A LINK Of
Consisting In partns follow!
Tin IVveh Ilnlter, Appl" llnttrr. Aborted Jams,
Table and Pie Fruit, llaked Macrafnl.
lliilnfina failsafe, llnast Chlrkrn fill Maekertl,
Corned lie f. Head Cheese, I.nnrh Tonslie.
Maple Syrnp. Sugar Pea. Pnysr Corn, Honey,
While l!oe Strop. Assorted Cracker. 0tr.
Lima llean. Honeie Smoked Herring, Mustard,
Dottle I'lrkle. (Iround Pepper anil Sa".
Pall of Lard. Hag. Corn Mt-al. thwa T, C'heene,
Iljpon. Hg Wheat, noxea I'mdlen.
ltme IIwi Yellow Soip, J I bara Inbox; IlowaTobaccoa
Spnnl.il Saddlea, Ac. Ac.
Caiea of Medium 1 ad, S'ula Cracker,
Curl of Sniar Cracker. Ilas "f Sttgar,
Hil's of Wrappmir Taper,
Hicka of Com, Sarka of Wheat, Sacka of Oat,
BARTOW A Tt'CKBlt. Auct'r.
ON SATURDAY, : : MAY 28th,
M Vi o'clock noon. t Sales Huom.
Itv lltrifltili III Tltflialtil 1 TtlfL-Mtn tl. (.
- j .. .-.. iiuniw ailkmitUit, ill! llllil tkxili; I I
named In a certain Imlrniure of Mortgage, datidtht'
14th day of Decemb r, ISTS, recorded In Liber f.T, pace
iKnanuwi, mane u r,na ,aopnia to nun lllcnaril 1.
lttrkerlnn. nit lli.l rrtrlnlii nli,rrt m nnri.,1 ..r Tnn.t
IvtiHlii, island of Ouliu,
Tin I ri it tlin inmo i1tidlKt it ! llnvnt liainrtf Vn lorn
kniraiin No. 16P2. to Nftoprtln. togulhcr with all im-
Ily direction of Klchnrd I'. tllckertnn, the morlRarjeo
named In n certain Indenture of Mortcuje, dated the
f.tli day of January. 1MV. recoided In Llbcrf'S. pagca (.7
and C8, made by Molnhlik), tu ntd Klehard F. bicker
ton, all lhoe tno piece nr parcel of Land situated ut
Waikiki, loland of Oahu,
a the ame decrlbeil in Ilnyal Patent !fo. SS1S,
titling S."hu acres In all, together with ull Improve-
All that piece and parcel of Land allnnted at Kala
naklla, Kupalama, laland of Oahu. Iivli.j thu eam
iletcrlbed In Iloyal I'atent So. 2077. containing rMW)
acrei, together tlth all Improvcnicnta on above des
lly direction of W. It. Iluchanan. tho mortsiacce
named 111 a certain Indenture of Jlortpage, dated tin--7th
day of July, lSIfi, ri curded In Libert, paeea f,7
nnd C, made by Lent Diehard to .aid Diehard F.
Dlekcrton, ull thoeo two certain plrcee or parcel of
Land situated at
Pnpohaku, Island of Molokai,
Dclng the fame drtcrlbed In ltoyal Patent, So.. 1OTO
and 1031, cimtiiluliif; W acre, together with alt tho
building and ImprMcmcnt thereon.
Ily direction of Thoma nronn. the Mortgagee nnmeil
In a certain Indenture of MorlqiiKe, dated the I5th day
of .May, 1877. recorded In Liber Wjiage iW nnd 'JJ1.
mado by Kamakako-i (kl to ald Thoma llroun. nil
those tuoccrtaln pieces and parcel of Land situated ut
7land of Halm, belnc tho amo described In Doyal
Patent No. -1131, containing 1 W-1UU acre, together
vrlth all Improvements theruon.
Ily direction of A. J. Cartnrlght, tho Mortgngeo
named In a certain Indenture of Slortcase, dated tho
17th diy of December. 1877. recorded In Ltbr M, page
Inland 131. made by LokaU (v) and Henry KamA, to
mid A. J. Carlwrhiht. nil that nndUided two-thirds of
u certain tract of Land rltuutcd at
Island of Oahu, being the same described In Iloyal
I'atent No. 276.
Ily direction of Alex. J. Cartwrlght. tho Mortgagee
named In a certain Indenture of Mortgage dated 31st
diy of Sentcmlnr. lSu", recorded In Liber 67, pages 37 to
3'J, made by ICninaknun lla (k) and Mlvhoo (k) to said A.
J. Cartwrlght, all that certain pltco and parcel of land
WAIKIKI, ISLAND OF OAHU,
being part of tho land described in ltoyal Patent No.
M7'J, also de.crlbed In a deed from W. C. 1'arko recorded
In Liber 10. page 75 and 7ti.
ALSO, nil the share, right, tltlo and Interest of said
M jhoo In and to the Ahupuaa of
Allomanu, Kapaa and EVJoloaa,
Situated on tho Island of Kauai; raid Ahupnuas having
lieeti conveyed to J. Hobb me ka poc Hal by deed re
corded In l.lbir IS, page X!7.
For further particular Inquire of
II AUTOW & TUCKED. Auctioneers,
Or UIC1I. T. UICKEUTON.
Attorney for above named Mortgagee.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Valuable ns nn lincstiiicnt.
Ilenteil to gc od tenant for a long period. Buildings in
cond repair and pleasantly located. Apply to
U AUTOW ,fc TUCKED.
SHORT HORfJ CATTLE!
Tla.o DEDxi-tlX'o 3toz,c3.
PDRE-BRED SHORT HORN CATTLE
Of .Iete D. Carr, on Gabllan llancho, Monterey Co.
IS NOW OFFERED FOR SALE.
ThU herd, conslitlng of one hundred head, It
ONE OF THE BEST IX A3IEHIGA.
Mr. Carr has taken great pains la selecting andlueed
lug this heid regaritlen uf expense, and It I a choice
lot nf cattle, nut only In refertnev to nrcedlng but In
rcgaru in inaiviuiiai merit, it is ironi ine
Uest Imported and American Stock.
Tha Slonttriy Stmocrat says of Mr. Carr't stock;
" lit appcaranco this herd will compare vtlth nuy cor
Ttspnndlog number of cr.ijle la thu United States;
-while in respect to pedlgreo and purity of attain it U
not probablo thai lur7 h,v0 ltu',r "luals on tbi l'acltlo
Coa.t The utlimportatlcn of .Mr. Carr, tcpr scnthv
W,U), was selected with ths!wit aecurlugtho best
trains of tho most improved stock."
The A'adonaJ Zlr Stock Journal ssyst
" If oat readers pill turn to California we will point
out the location of a ranch which l theprlde ol our
ahorl-horn I.lcnd. In the Far West, and the Jorof Hi
wnr, the wealthy banker Mr, J. U. Carr.
From numerous tourccs we have heard otnnlary testi
mony as to thu superiority of Mr. Carr' herd overall
othcis on thol'aitfic Slope, both a regard pedigree
and that other great ittildtratutn, isuiviuuaL utmT."
THIS ENTIRE STOCK
Is now In the hand of thenuderslgned (n be disposed
of. and will be roll! nl prices ranging, aicordlug lo
merit, from 'As) to (Mil.
Catalogues of tho Hord,
Olving the pedlcieeof each, wtllbe fnrnlshed on ap-
plleaUon. Apply In per.nn or by letter to
' am 1IU.J01IN- WEllMlonolulu..
INKW (SKOCEKV ArFKEl) STOltE.
TAti OlMIMni A OltOCKRY A11
r L.r.u aiuiir.,
No. 100 KING STREET.
Where he will be pleased lo asive hi friends ind the
public In ceneral with auy article in his Duo at the
lowest, luatlet price.
Fresh Island Huttor rccched CTcr- week.
B) bll OIVE HIM A CALh. tf
33 Cnccs Ltino Jutco, l-qunrtoottlcs.
60 Tins CotToo, 13 lb, each,
1 Chest Tea,
1 Caak Ollvo Oil,
40 Iroa Tanks. 400 gallon each.
00 Rum FuaeheoM,
50,000 Brickf, '
And saodry Small Stores too untsroi to mntln,
iX'M Apply to lh Capulu ea UmjU the llljhfljfcr.
I i 5SS
Tko It S A N FltAiNClCO.
V Lac3y Lampson,
OailCafiSH: MAKSTON. Master.
Will havcQnick Dispatch for thoabovoPort
For Freight or Fa.sa.ji', apply to
t Wl !' IlltEWEU ,t Co . Agent
J'6 IlSA N KKA N01SCO.
ft THE AI ukltMAtf DAUK rx
M"IWC XJ S CD jCL,"BMi
D W. OLTMASK, .Master.
Will have Quick Dispatch for nbovo port.
To bo followed by tho
j. r American Ilarkenllne
"iSSS NOIIDIll'DG, .Master,
For freight or paage, apply to
NM W M.llACKFKMi.fc CO., Airent
nriif unnn un nniini in n
ZX " lUlill HlHU nilllULULU
t2C-A. 1'AUKET ItlNU
mm: .nirATi or this imivi'ak i.i.m.
J 5!ere. W. It. Crnman & Dro . No. 118 Cham
ber Street. New York, will dispatch a llrsl-ela vessel
the latter part nf Mav oriarlj In June for thl pert.
1'artle desiring to ship by thl favorite line will for
ward Iheli order earlv. to secure tho mcessary room.
Frilgbtnt lowest rate.
CASTLE ., COOKE,
811 3m gl Agent In llniioliilii.
WILL SAIL FROM HONOLULU
Monday, May 10th at (o'clock p m
Thursday, May 2Mb at I o'clock pm
Monday, June Gil u I o'clock p m
Thursday, June K'.tli at (o'clock p m
Monday, Juno tftti it I o'clock pm
TOL'OIIINO AT MAALAEAl
Tneday, May ITth at 3 o'clock am
Friday, May 2711 at ft o'clock a m
Tiiexlay, Julie tth , at 3 o'clock a m
l'rliljy, J one ITih at .1 o'clock n in
Tuesday, June &th .....at 3 o'clock a m
ADDIV1NO AT KAUi
Wednefday .May 18th
Wednesday J unv Dili
.Viturdny Juno Itith
Sattmlny May 31st
Widiu'edav.... ....June 1st
Haturihiy Mutiu 11th
Wednesday ,. JuiiuKnd
Ualurday July -nil
TOUCHING AT MAALAEAl
Monthly I lino l"th
Monday July 4th
ADIUVINO AT HONOLULU
Friday June I'.ri'.
Tueay June I lib
Friday June 'i Ith
Tuesday .- July 6th
il -" ? R' TOSTER & Co.. AKonts.
lii.xi, : i j:asii:ii.
Tuesday, May 21th, r p m llllo
Tutxday, May 31st, fp m llllo
Tuesday, June tth, 5 p in llllo
Tiioday, June 11th, 5 p m llllo
Tuesday, Junusiet, G m llllo
Tuejiluy, JuueUlth, Op m lillu
CO" Xo C'reilit nr I'lisNiiyrc JIhim-j-. -Ru
'e positively decline 10 open accounts for I'nssagce,
nnd wo particularly call tho attention of tho traveling
public to the necessity of having Diiggugo and Freight
plilnly marked; tho tjtcomer will not be responsible
for any unmarked llnggage, or for Freight or l'arccls,
Ulllesa lCcrellill'll itii'.
Freight Monoy Sue on Domantl.
In all cas of freight for paitlcj not responsible, or
unknown, tho freight money will be required in advance
1M CK .Mill'. oI'l.KM'OUS mill I.M.N 31 UN
UK I'l.AIM.V .ll.ltticr.l)
For the party whom they nro for, or plainly staled in tho
receipt to nhoin they art consigned.
All dcuumla for damage or loss must be made within
In no war liable for loss or accident to llvo stock.
f:jy Unci Drivers, Hoys, and such like, will not be
oivril un Ivxird tho btcaincr on arrival, until after the
iasengcra line been landed.
o7 WILDER & CO.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
Tin; sii.j:;.iui mtu.vsi.siiii
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about Monday, June 6.
tiii; Ni'i,j;.iJi .sti:a3!.siiii"
CITY OF SYDNEY!
On or about Saturday, Juno 11
'or Freight and l'Hnce, apply to
SIT -in. II. HACICl'EI.D.t f 0.,Aceiil.
ioiiflH Inr .Nliliiiiif per Steniiior ru itovt
lio Slorcil, I'roo of C'ltnrv. In lli I'lrt-prool
WarulifiiiM' nt'iii llu. l4-iitiiir t liinT-
From Honolulu to Hilo Direct.
Tho A I Clipper Schooner,
a fcS jm a l o f. o5" 3L
Will sail from Honolulu to llllo direct, and will call at
Intermediate Torts on the return trip.
For Freight or Passage, apply to tho Captain on board,
1 3t or A. Kit ASK COOKE, Agent.
A. FRANK COOKE
AGENT FOD THE FOLLOWING COASTKHSi
"Wnilolo, ,- Malolo
Witioli. VS Lillu,
Wttleltn. mfSft Wnhnalu.
Gun. SlcKtil 3siS Kaluna,
and Mann. ,
FLAG Did with Whllollall. Ofllce-Corner of Qneen
auu ,iuuanii oireeis.
PLANTERS' LINEJDR SAN FRANCISCO
lit C. Orowor c Cc-Agonts. t
XlvJ Mrrehamll.e received Nliiriiirn l'rii. M
and liberal cash advance made on shipment by this
V, UUEYVEll ,t L'U.
STEAM AKDJATER PIPE.
Wo would call the attention of those requiring Flplug
to our large stock of
154,000 Feet On Hand!
lilac k Welded Stsm 1'lpo ' to T In. diameter.
Oalranlicd Water 1'lpe Vi to II In. dlaraetrr.
fir The above at Modrrata I'rlcea,
THE HONOLULU IRON W011KS COMFY.
TOAltlUVK WM "ZOK,"
FOK HALE HV
THEO. H. DAVIES.
A IjT. PKKSOXS lXJm:BTJ5T TO
Ja. Dlchardson (unntrly of the KohaU store, ure
reoue.ted to make Immediate piyment to Jas. Woods
of Kolialj. or lo Ttuo. II. Davles. Honolulu, fulling
which legal proceedings will be taken for their rolled
iou. bIJ -SI &t THEO. II. DAVIEH.
Xa,(,lueeii Mri'vl. l'Uh Wnrkrt,
Deiler In Choicest Deef. Veil, Malton, Fish, etc,
Family and Shipping Ordns eatefiilly attended to.
Live block furolsheil Wi ve.sels at short notice, and
Vcgcublcs ol alt kludi aapplied. to order. tt lyr
' I. .
HAYINU MARK. MKANORXCXTN WITH
Jai, I, DowsettOCo for & supply of Cattle from
his Wabiaaa lUach. I Ho offer far sala tba choicest
1 ilscf that the l.lod crwloccs.
MU "f liWVVeigils
tmyut: iimh.hsiom'.ii mms to im'ouji
a his Customers and tte Fnbllc generally that
ME WILL REMOVE
1118 IH81NKSH TO THE
Shops on Queen Street
ADJOINING 11. ilJCh.FELD.fc CO.
ON OH AHOl'T JIONDAV, 5IAY 1
Where ho will 11 prepared to
ElUJanufactyri All Kinds
Cine nntl Dump Carts,
Also, toatend lo
1 shall alsl keep a
Full and Complete Stock
1'nlnls, Varnlshe. Ueflncil liar Iron,
Norway and Sweilen Iron, IliU'e-sVo",
Cumberland Ciul, Oak, Ash nnd Hickory Flanks,
White Wood, Ac, Ac.
WHxOH I WILL OFFER
33oc3L DEtools. Fricof3 !
ALL ORDERS FILLED WITHPnCMPTHES N3 DISPATCH,
Thanking the 1'ubllc for pnst l'atroagc, I hope byn
coiistapl enileaiir to satisly my pafons, to merit a
continuance of tho same.
8Mtf37 C, WEST.
DEO LEAVE TO
INFORM THE PUBLIC
That thej- linvo moved lire tholr
NEW AND 00313101)1013 STOIIE,
In the Fire Proof Hulldln;
NO. GO NUTJANU, STREET,
Three doors below their old stand, uhwo may be found
the most complete assortmmt of
Drugs, Chenr cals & Toikt Articles
in i hi: 4,'irv.
Among n few of their Specialties may bo found a Full
T3b.e Crown Goods
Perfumes. Soaps, Cosmetics,
AND THE GELEI1I1ATED
Opaline Face, Powder.
Theso Good received the highest award at tho late
Sydney Exhibition ovir ull other competitors.
A LA11GE ASSORTMENT
OF JOHN GOSNELL'S
Hair and Tooth Brushes,
Ciuucllhiu fort lie Complexion nail Teeth,
LiSBaft'S AND FENAUD'S
Soap Cosmetics antl Pace Powder,
Especially adapted to this climate.
A Full Lino of
Humphrey's Homeopathic Specifics,
Carbolic Acid and Chloride of Lime, for disinfect
Agents for P. Lorillnrd & Co's Celebrated
Tobaccos, and Drawing Koom
Tobacco and Cigarettes,
Buchanan & Lylo's Tobaccos,
Which we have latcfy Intioduced here, and which is
rapidly growing Into favor and demand.
WW. S. KIMBALL & CO'S VANITY FAIR
TOBACCO AND CIGARETTES.
Which are so well known all over the world as to need
no comment from us.
Goodwin & Co's Old Judge
TOBACCO AND CIGA11ETTES
ALWAYS IN DEMAND!
Among our One nunrtrcd brands of CIGARS, we
Mrould call especial attention to tho
The Favorito Red Brand, Pedro Murias,
The Fragrant Stump.
They also continue to manufacture
Soda Wator in all its Branches,
Together with their
TELEPHONE COMPANY !
lM'oiti'ucAri.ii iu:t, ;iu, ihHii.
II. A, WIDEMANK....,.., rnnsiDKNT
M. (i. WILDER VicE-I'nriiiitsT
0.0. 1IEHUEH BECUETAiir AKIiTliKAseiieil
mri; Aiu; mhv i'ui:i'.iti:i to sr.i.i. iu
rent to the pnblic for private purpose only, com
plete outllU of Telephonic Instrunients of Ihe latest
pattern (I, Includlne ihecelebratrd 'lllake Transmitter.'
We tlll also furnlsli estimates lo creel prlvateTele.
Phonic lines on the other Islands. For pirtlculars,
apply to 0. 0. HKHOKIt.
hlj JU 6ni Bec'y Hawaiian lull Telephone Co.
TS IlKUlUiY (JIVliX TO AITTiPKR-
JL tons, that at a Meeilns or Hie .Shareholders of the
M'All .MILL hUOAIl CO, held on tho !Mh day of
April. IW1, it Mas voleil U accept the Charter uf In
corporation Rranled lo thrm and their assoclalvi and
tucccssoia uudcr tho corporate name and style of the
STAll 31 ILL C03ILMNY,
And Hut the Corporation under said Charter vras duly
ornUtl and elected the rollou lug named ofllcers, vlxi
President WM It. CA8TLH.
Vlcel'resldeiit J ATlIKKros.
bee'yaod 1'reasunr WM. . IKWIN.
Auditor DAX1UI. It. V1UA.
Notice I also given Hut pursnant In the term of said
f lumcr no Hiockbolder ball In IndlvldRally liable for
the debt of the Corporation beyond the amoant Mhlch
shall h due upon lis share or lures owned or held by
himself. WM. 0. IKWIX.
35 Ml H feec'r HUr Mill Co.
JOS, E. WISEMAN,
Ronl Katnto Brokor 6i Euiploj-ment Biireu
Rent Room, Collates, Honsei, and sells and leasee
Real Estate In all pails of tb hlntdom. Employ
ment found for those sreklnc work tu all tho vatloua
branch of business connected with these Itlaod.
pi- .V, U. Lezal Documents drawn. Hills Collected.
Books and Accounts kept, and t'sncrsioKlce work lians
acied. Vlroo;e wUcJtcd. Ceisalsaiboa moderate,
Honolulu, U.L U4 bW
Of Wciineiiifiy ln,t, the J3IH initnnt, J. W.
riiURiT Inquire, Vleo-Coiisal for tho l.'mpiro of
Jtii.lit, Untl nt nutllenco with Her Koynl IIiRlittest
tho l'rinccM IlcRcnl, nt which lio iircsontctl mi
nntnfirnpli letter from Il Itnporlnl Xlnjeaty tho
I.tnicror of HiwU for I1U Jtnjcstj tho Kinr-,
nntiomicltiR tho tlecenso of tho ICmtirror Alointuler
IX. nml Hie Impcrinl Jinjcsty's ncccssion to tho
throne, of thlch tho following ta n transhtiont
JJr the GnACE op Don AVe, Alcxandku tir.
llMrcnon and AtrrocruT op ali, tiik Jtumns (
Of Morcov. Knlow, Wlnillmlr, NoriKorod j CVnr of
Cnsitii, Cznr of Antrnklinn, Cair of i'ol.iiul, Cznr
of Slbcrin, Czar of tho Tntirlo CliorHoiicnux, Cznr
of aeornlnj Selgnonr of 1'lescow, nnd Grand
lliiko of Sinolcnak, Lilliunnln, Volliynln, l'mlolln,
nnd of rinlnmllDilkatif IMImnln. .if T.ntnnln.
of Coiirlnnd nnd SoihIriI, of S.tmoRetin, Uln
liHtoclt, Cnrclln, Twor, JiiKorln, J'oriu, Viatkn,
IialRtirl.1, nnd of othorHi BoiRnaur nnd Ornmt
Dnko of Iiwer Xnvosorod, of Czcrnlj?ow, Illnsnii,
l'olotzk, Itostow, Jnnnlnw, lloloosersk, Oudur,
Obdo2, Cotullc, Wltopilc, Mstiilaw j Dotnlrinteur
of nil tho country of tho N'urtli j SolKnour of
Iherl.t, of CnrtAlInn, CnlinrtUn, nntl of tho I'rov
Inco of Arini'iiln j Hereditary l'rinco nnd Hover
oIrii of tho Prlncoa of Clrcassln nnd of other
mountain 1'rincei i Sncecaaor of Norway i Duko
of Schlt'swlBlIolslein, of Gtoriii.ini, of Dithninr
bcii, nnd of OldonlnirK ( etc., etc., utc.
To Hit Atnjtity Katalmta, King nf lh Jltiimlhii
Ulamh, Our Ormt ami Ooml l'riemt.
OnutT and Good I'mnNii! ItliagiilcndedthoAll
l'tmcrful in His Inipoiiutinbli: ways to strlko Itus
sla a fatal blow nnd to call siuldotily to Him on
tho first of .March current Ills ilnjcRty tho Em
peror Aloximler Xiooliilowitich, Our well-beloved
Hire. Ho has fallen tinUor tho BaerllesioiH handi
of nRHassiui, who hnd nlready many tlmoi plnced
his llfo in peril. It h with profound (jrlef that
Wo coiiimiinlcalo to your Majesty n loss no irre
parable for Us nnd for nil Our Imperial House.
It becomes Our duty to Inform your Majesty nt
tho satuo time that by rijiht of snecesilon Wo havo
iisceiulcd tho hereditary throno of Our nncestorn,
that of tho Kmpiroof nil the Huailnn, nUn of tho
Kinmlom of 1'oMnd, nntl of tho Griiiul Dm by of
I'llll'ltwl l 111 (ll tlt-(l IllDoi-.,. ml.lj. (M.. . It It'. ...
"i " 'w.i.i.iMimjmuiuio wwiu ii, n nro
pewitadwl Hint your Miijesty will not only Uko mi
Ilitiipfiot in 4liii im.4 I,.. t al.a, ill . i
lllflfl 1 1 Pmir limn fn I la 111. un ,-. ft.ini.,11., i,.-.II..,-
....... ... .,. ,, u munu muiiuiv i vein ik
which you Iiumj boslowul on tho Kmncior of
BlotiouH memory; on Our sltlo, Wo nhnll rard it
nun ilnl. In ..... ....I I... . ...... , .f-. ..... ...
.., .. ,.uv " ai' .im iy u purieri, ri'ciprociiy. o
pray that Godwill keep your Majesty in Ilia holy
nnd worthv care.
Given nt'St. 1'oterr.lmrR the 10th of March, 1S81,
tho first year of Our reiuii.
Tho Acting .Miiiislcr of Foreign AlTnirs,
Secretary of IStato,
To 1IU Jfrijctli tht King qf the Uaiealian hlanJt.
Following is tho Hotrd of Health's small pox ro
port, with list of dentliH, for tho week cndhiL' Fri
day, May lOtli, nt V2 it.:
Small-pox case reported lnco last report....
Cases previously reporltd
Total amnll-poT case reported 730
Number of death since Iat report 0
Number previously reported 207
Total number of death nj
Placed In quaranllno since Inst rciiort, at Kohololon
Placed In quaranllno at lat report ,'... 170
Released from quarantine, kokuas....
Total In quaiantlno this date 123
J. A. Hassincikii, Secretary.
XIST OF DEATHS SINCE IAST nF.rOKT.
Loo, w 43 yenrs, Knnnnonouln.
Kiipai, lc, CO years. Quarantine Hospital.
Knholua, k., TO years, ditto.
Kinionn, k., 20 years, ditto.
J. A. McLeod, k IIT, years, ditto.
John Smith, Jc, 22 yunrs, ditto.
The following names were omitted from last
wok h report :
In You (Chinnman per s.s. Lmiia), lc, 20 years,
Ilanamakahiki, w., 2.". years, ditto.
Kainala, w., y years, ditto.
Jin. ,1. Xakileka has this day been appointed a
Commlsslonei nf I'rhato Waj and Water lllRhta for
tho Island of jrolokal. H. A. 1'. OAnTER,
... , .. ... Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Ofllce, May lVtli, 1SS1,
Mn. G. D. Toli'iiau has Ihli day been appointed an
Ajent to jrrnnt Marrla.o License for the District of
Kawulhau, Island of Kauai, lco II, W, 1'eKoIo, re
moved. II. A. P. CARTER, Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Olllce, May 17th. 1831.
Public School Notice.
A favorable Indication at present appear of tho
abatement of small-pox 'epidemic in this district; with
tho concurrence of the President cf tho Hoard of Health
on tho subject, It ha been decided by tho Hoard of
Education thot all Government School In the English,
and In tho Hawaiian hnsirage, In thu District of Hono
lulu, shall bo opened for public session on WEDNES
DAY NEXT, HIE 18th INSTANT, And to procnt,
as far as may bo possible under tho circumstances, un
necessary exposure to contajicn, all teacher of Gov
ernment School ore speclolly enjoined to excrctso
strict illlancc In tho scrutiny of their pupils dally,
and to cause those to be remou'd who show any symp
toms of approaching disease The schools will also bo
subjected to proper Ineptctlon by competent medical
lly order of tho Hoard of Education,
W. JAS. SMITH, Secretary.
Education Ofllce, May ISth, 1SS1. 7-2t
Licenses Expiring in May, 1081.
Grant .t Robertson, corner Fort A Hotel Sis, Honolulu
Apn. Heela. KoolsupoKn.
A. Jaeger. Kaabumanu St., "
Concheo.t Achat. Hotel St., "
Ah Kat. Fish Market,
Ah Qual & Anil. Nuuanu St., "
T Tnnnatt, Kort St.. I "f '
J, A. Hopper. Kurt St., "
Nam Chotie & Co., cor Klne A- MannaVca Sts, "
Mrs L. J. Whltcomb. Klin St., "
Jos. F. Pickering King St.,
Yea On A Co., Mannakea rlt , "
A, 8. Cleghorn Co., Kaahumann St., "
Pan Ming Tons A Co., Merchant St., "
J. II. Lynch, King St.,
Chu Sam, Klna ht., i "
Ahuna. Knmanannt, Walalaa, ' "
Israel Fisher, Llllha St., , "
OeaOuu llro., Nuuanu fit,, n '
Mr. D. II. OrlOln, Fort Ut.. '
a, W, Iluckmau, cor Smith A Ilerctanla St., "
Alama, Walohlnu, Kau. '
Tuk Lung, Paukaa, llllo,
1'ahana, Makapala, N, Kol.iU.
C. II. Wetmore, llllo. '
Mm Sara, Hamakua. '
Ton? .Mau, I.aiipahoehoe, llllo. .
J. H. Mill, Kukulhaole. Ilamakna.
I'ciur Wahakane, .Maullll. , ,
AlauAs At.llllo. I J 1 ,
J. C. Klrknood, I.abalna.
Ahena .t 0 Akana, liana.
C. 11. Dickey, Haiku.
K.lcpa .Makaena, Keanac, Koolan.
Tarn Yon A Co Makawrao.
Wong Kee, Olowalu,
Chas. bllva, Wailuku,
A. linos & Co., do
Vnn nr live, do
P. Kalua, do
Aula A ChongTal, Waluea.
E. P Adam. Queen M., Ilopolnlu. .
On Choni; A Co., Nuuanu St., do
A. S. Cleghorn X Co., Kaahumanu St , Honolulu,
Ills. 1. 1 tills. ' ''
Jas. H. Lemon, Nnnauu and lleretanla His, Honolulu
Hill Drix., Hotel hi., Honolulu.
Allona, I'llhunua, llllo, Hawaii.
I.um Luii. Kahnlul, Mani.
Coucheo A Achat, Hotel hi., Honolulu.
do do International, do
1), I'nnohn, Lahslna, Maul,
hee Wo Cboiijt A Co. Heela, Koolaupoko, Oahu.
Apo, llaniakuapoko, Maul.
Lam Tol. Mannakea bt Honolulu.
Akol. Nuuami bt.. do
Nee Leo. llritUula ht do
Alloua, I'llhunua, llllo, Hawaii.
J, Cox, Walalc j, Oabf,
W, W, Weed. Lahalna, Maul.
AUo, llllo, Hawaii.
I'AUR I'lUlllMXU. '
Akiona, N.wlllwlll. KacaL '
4.to..., l,,UU, ,,.'., ,W.(
asks, tvaisiiu, uauu.
Thos. H. Puls,,Walluku,)
SALE OF LEASE OF GOVERNMENT
On WEDNESDAY JCNK 13th 1MI, at the front
entrance nfAlliolar.l Hate, nt 13 o'clock noon, will bo
sold at Public Ancllon, the following leases of Land
belonRlng lo the Government.
lit. All that tract orparcclof landknownasMOAt'LA,
llnated In the illslrlct of KAU, Island of HA
WAII. Term, lease S3 year, upset rrlco 1H)
per Annum, payable semi-annually In advance.
2nd, That pelce or parcel nf land situated In the D!.
irlet nf KOOLAUPOKO, Islahd nf OAHU and
described a follow Commencing at the Smuh
westerly corner of the Court House, lot adjoining
th.iOovernmcnl Iload. run t! feet In a North
easlsrlv direction, along the boundary of said
Court Houe lot, thence TO feet In a Northweiterlr
dlretllon, llience Rl fel In n Honthwetetly to the
Oovernment Ilnad, thence 70 feet rlnntheisterly
along said road to point of commencement.
Term", lease 5 years, upset ptlce$ao per Annum,
payableannually In advance.
3rd. The land of KAIWIKI, Bnd the remaining por
tion of WAII.KA, sltnale.1 is HILO, HAWAII
Terms, lease !!5year , npet price $a, per Annum,
payable semi-annually In nnvance.
till. A lot of land til feet by IM fret at the foot nf
NUUANU STKEKT. partly nccnplril by thnbnll.l.
Ine; known a the Old Ico House, and more par
ticularly described on ft plan In thl ofllce.
Term, lease SS years, np.et price 3 WO per Annum,
payable semi-annually In advance and on Ihe
followlnircondltlonsi Tho leor to rreel wllhln
six month from date of lease, a subitnntlAl Are
proof brick or stone building, co.llngnot le
than SDMI which ho I to keep in repair, and re
vert to the Oovernment at tho expiration of the
Also at isms time and place, Ihe building on
above lot to bo removed within twenty day.
Department of Interior, I II, A. P. CAKTKH,
Honolulu, ISth May 1SSL K lm Minister or Interior.
Mn. W. C. Lane ha this day been appointed Hoad
Supervisor for the District of Kuolauloa, Koolaupoko,
Walalua, Ewn and Wolanso, Oahu,
II. A. P. CAIlTKIt, Minister of Ihe Interior.
Interior Ofllce, May (1, 1MI. a? 3t
Bnlnci A;ont'n Notice.
All edvertlemont for Ihe .Sati-iiiiay Piie must be
cut In by Friday noon No Insertions for tho current
Issue can ho guaranteed when sent In later.
Advertiser will mark the nnmber of Insertion de
sired, from which date they charge. Any not o marked
will be charged .1 month.
THOS. a. THHUM, llusnc Agent.
NOTES OP THE WEEK.
Adticko from Hawaii leport Mnutm Ijoa in n
Htnto of renowed activity.
A NUJttirJi of now. dwellings nro being erected on
Lililut Street nnd vicinity.
1'oi.tiA was liuiig yestordny morning nt Oahu
prison. Dentil was believed to bo instniitnneous.
Titc rings for tiio piston packing of tho ico ma
chine were finished on Thursday, bo wo hope lo
lmvo our daily icu again without delay.
Tiiniit: wcro only thirteen now cases of Hiunll
pox reporlcd during the week, and nix deaths.
X'lio total piopoition uf deaths to ensuu is still
The Hoard schools oponcd on Wednesday, when
GO scholars ont of 110 on tho rolls attended nt tho
Fort street Bcltool. Tho Koynl bchool in Emma
Htreut mustered 2110 out uf '100.
The bark ImiIij Jmdiiisoh has brought down n
"donkey mglno" named tho "Lady Lampson,''
to bo used huro by tho vessels of tho Planters1
Scveiiai, couples of tho Norwegians who nrrived
Inst weok by tho Mutca wcro mnrried on Tuesday,
ijo.i voynged seuin to hnvo a bouelicial ullect m
Oni: of tho latest improved telephones thnt is
now becoming popular in tho States is tho Hoover
Telephone, which ii cheaper than thu kinds first
manufactured, nnd is snid to givo perfect satisfac
tion. The lecture of Prof. Swift on "Ijord Macnulny"
which was to have taken place last Thursday
evening was postponed, on account of tho per
formance of ' Pinafore," to noxt Thursday even
ing. Tm: Elmira (N. Y.) Advertiser contains nn ex
tended nrticlo under tho heading " King, n Lawyer
Convict," of James G. King, who was formerly an
attorney in Honolulu, nnd which will bo interest,
ing reading to those, who knew him hero.
Thibti em persons nntlv es nml Chineso, wero
fined in tho l'olicu Court during tho week for con
cealing cnbca of small-pox from tho nuihorities.
Several others wcro arrested for tho snmu offense
but thero was not enough cudenco to convict
Late papers from tho Coast report that largo
volumes of binoko nre nEccuding from Mount
ltakor, TJrcgon. This is tho volcano that showed
signs of activity on the 3rd of last November, two
days before tho commencement of tho recent out
break of Mnunn Loa, and it has been smoking nt
intervals ever Binco.
John Kkiaet, a half-whito born in Honolulu
and tho adopted son of Captain James Smith, died
recently ntNew London, Connecticut, ofconjes
tiou of tho brain. Captain Smith was formerly
running on tho packets between hero nnd San
Francisco, and taking a fancy to Kcllot, took him
home with him. Ho was mmried to an American
The report of tho existenco of small-pox ntKona
was transmitted to Hilo and tho Sheriff took ener
getic measures to prevent its spread ; but two days
aftorwnrds tho niarm wits satisfactorily proud to
havo been unfounded, and ns our corribpondent
writes, Hilo U ns healthy iih nny plucu in the
Islands or upon tho face of tho earth.
TiiE-Gospol Temperance meeting of Monday
ovpninc last conducted bv President W.L.Jones
of l'unnhou was vtell nttcuded and thoroughly oh
joje'd. Tho dry humor of tho speaker in present
ing old fuctn under new phases brought old truths
humoiii a new light, ltemarksby Bovernl followed,
ns also Some experiences relaUil. Tho entertain
ment Comniittto havo ubuiulant cauBo for con
gratulation ut tho success their efforts so lar havo
Followino is thu programme for tho Hand
Concert ntDmma Squnront 4:30 1'.n. this after
noon; March Deflllr Kuhner
Oierluro Herlln Llfo...,, Conradi
Caiatlua 'the Mai tyra. Donizetti
Waltz Artist Life htruui
Duet Hid mo discourse lllihop
belcctlon 1'lratea uf Penzance, (by request).. tjulllvan
Tho Band will civo nn extra Concert in tho Haw
aiian Hotel on Monday evening, May 23rd.
There has been a fight between tho Chinamen
emploved bv G.O. Akinnnnd the South Sea Islnnd
ers on'Mr. Han's plantation, Hawaii. All sorts of
agricultural impfeineiiU wero freely used as
weapons, nnd hevornl men wero Mivcrely, thosgh
noilo fatally, injured. Mr. Hurt wnscnlled for lo
quell tho disturbance, and bo quieted tho com
bataiits, but found it necessary to fend f or u docteir5
to attend to th? wounded. Tho South Sen men nro
enid to have be.cH tho aggiCMora.
Mn. G. 0. Wiluauk, who has been the Manager
of the Koliala l'lantaUon on Hawaii for several
years, being about to sever bin connection with it.
the foreigners, em ployed under him, na a testimoni
al of their regatd liavo presented him with a
beautiful cano ; nnd the iintlvo and ClilpJePo labor
era liiivei prcsenled to Mr. Willinms and wife n
painting by Mr, Furncaux of their lumaoon tho
plauUtioii accompanied byn neatly framed testi.
iiioniul in tho Huw'.iiUu nnd KuglUli languageii, to
which is appended thu iiamo of euch of tho donors.
The regular imcting of tho Y. M. 0. A. was held
nt tho Lyceum last Thursday evening, nnd tho
ye'iKirts of tho various Conimittee meMntoU
which allowed progre-s. '1'bu promiKi-d feeturo by
Prof. Hwllt owing to "1'iiiaforM" inwnfng night
vyari potdiMXied for n futuru occaaion, nnd it is
proposed to arrange Ihe a tno wllh inuuic, Ac, ns
a pay entertainment, Tho Heading itooui Com
mittee recommended that nn addition of KnglltU
papers Im mado to thu list to meet tho needs of u
majority of ntteudauts, which wan adopted. A
Committee uf four wag apiiolntcd to consider ami
rejiort at tho next meeting the beat method ami
plan of couducling tho meeting of tli A
bociatiou to eecaro tho interest uf young men.
Foi.lowisi) U ft record of the Police Court pro
ceedinga for tho week l Geo. Pilla; larceny, Hull
jirosfjui entered by prowcution, Kealoha, w., de
aertiug her liuabtuieC pleaded guiily nml was or
derixl to return to her nu.band. Ali Wa, drunkeu
liesH, forfeited $0 bail, I). Au-dubl, k., larceny of
cigaru valued at W rents, hvutenrvd to imiirihoii
mciit at hard labor for niuo niuulUi ami pay costs,
?1. Aniil, c, necriitlng runall-imi, uoltt prottfuivil'
terod by prom cation. All Chul, aamo charge,
iilcuied guilty and W.1(J fluod ?M), uoula fl '. Ah
Ij, Mine rhareo, iieJf piowjul i,uterrlliy prono.
cutlnu. I'ach mm, imiuo cluirge, lined $b0, coatsi
$3 40. OIuu, name charge, ttulle fuottqui cutertU
by proiecution. Keknntiol. k.( wime charge, lined
Stii, oo4ta 43 CO, oastt nppolil in Supremo Court.
Kaupule, Wninul, k., Young Tuii.c, and Kaolcla,
k., r.rae charge, were each fined !, Ailalu, was
fined 13, nnd in rata of Malta, v., a hh'.U put.
ant was cntortl by prosecution. Kualki, druukin
rieaa, forfeltttl 10iall. David Meyira, William
lliohardson Tho. lliouins, Kan, w., Kalkeua, k.,
Kiklao, k.f Kaunal, kThoa.MarpbrIaarao charge,
forfeit! ft ImII ocn. Anwu, c, Aalnvr. o., furl
om riding, forfeited (10 ImU eaub. Gvorgo LuJ
proil, isMMiU tuid bMwy, wainilwi Imb Um
week, forfeited rJtOObatl. David Adam, drunken.
iie.u, fined ?. costi ?1. Anl, e., niwenlt and baU
tnry on Lung John, forfeited $27 ball. Opnnul, k.,
ICnne, Pil, Knlwl, concealing rtnnll-poi, Anrd $R0.
Mnmnliol, name charce, remandetl to the 21t mat.
Civil Itecord. J, T. Wnlerhouse. v. Chung Wn,
nrtion of nasumpilt for 8200, Indgtnent for plain
tiff for full sum, amounting with cost to ?!1H P6.
Cnsoapiicnled to thnSunremn Court. iWildcr A Co.
vg. Knliimn, elesertlng bound service. Wilder .V.
Co. vs. Georgo Knlnnn, name charge) Allen
Itobinson, vs. S, Mnolloln. name charge, all setlled
out of Court, costs tit each case $2.
The ZtalaniHa bronght no paper mall for tlto
iiewadcnlers here, rm that wni claiwpil n frolght,
and did not bring anything bnt tho IVMl-offioo
mnlli. Tho former wh put on bonrd tho KureHv,
which Mlltnl cm the 8lh or llth InM., nnd may bo
expected tometimo next week.
YraTKnriAY ntlernoon about 2 o'clock, tho
Rcliool-room in the rear of tho liouso tecently oc
cupied by Mrn. Armstrong on lleretanla Street,
which wna erected n few months ngo by Father
Lnrkln, nnddeuly fell in, Thrro wero FovernI'
nallvo women on tho verandah nt tho time, mak
ing tti for tho ball which wait to havneomo off
Inst night, but they nil escaped when lliey hrnid
tho building falling. Tho news upread rapidly
over (ha town, nnd in n few minutes several
hundred ix-oplo worn on tho ground. Soma said
that itovor.ll perron, wero under tho wreck, nnd
others nld thoro was only ouo, but Father Lirkin
lnnlutniiicd that thero wcro none. 'I ho wildest
incitement prevailed, nnd iivople weie ruahitiu;
about not knowing whero they wero going or what
they should do. Several began to tear the shlnglen
nil tho roof, nnd tear tho sheathing from tho
rafters. Others er.iwlcel under projecting points
of tho roof nt tho tmminent iwrll of being crushed
by tho eicilcd crowd rushing over the wreck
nbovo Ihetn. There wcro not enongh iKilIcfincn
on Iho ground to preserve order, nml In fact Mr.
Fehlbitr wni tho only ones we noticed who men
attempted to do so. After n connidernhlo time
bad been sH'tit in futile efforts to cut through tho
fallen roof nnd walls, n number of men rnlred tho
nmuka mfl of tho roof while others went under to
nearch foi tho innn supposed to bo iitiilenienth.
Ho was at list found nnd brought out nnd taken
into tho hotiM) whero restoratives were nilmlnin
tond, bnt to no avail. Hnmust hnvo been killed
nliucut Instnntly. His body however wat not
niutllated. Tho unfortunate youth was n nntlvn
boy, and apparently nbont twenty veaniof ntre,
Wnworuunnlilo to lenrn his nnmn. 'I'hn building
was a largo one but not ntrong enough sIiIowiivh
for its width. 'I he culling wnn arched nnd tho
stringers ncross the building wero not connected
with tho rnfters on their ends, nnd were In con
nociueiicojiot nearly ho elfcctiVonn if they had been
lower in lino with the top of Um walls. A mo
clinnlowho had been employed cm tho building
said thai ono of tho rods connecting tho rnfters
broko by thu grent strain, and lho walls spread
nut, and the weight nf the roof caused lho eittiro
biiildlnu to fall. Tho walls fell outwnrd and wero
covered by tho roof. Some porBons who wero nenr
by nt the time, say that they heard nn explosion
before tho crash, and n nativo woman said she saw
tho hnllding falling "ajlera tejxtrtaa (f qf a pun."
Wo are inclined to think, however, that it wan tho
noiso of tlto crasli that was hoard. Whilo thu no
cideut wna n sad one, it is certainly well that it
took place yesterday nfternoon, for in tlm evening
tho Mechanics' I'lio Kngino Company weretohnvo
fiivcll a ball, nnd had it fallen when the room was
ghted nnd filled with people, it in impossible to
loretoll what would lmvo been tho result. Tho
building, being entirely of wood, would hnvo taken
Ilru nnd ninny lives would certainly havo been
lost. Tho Hook nnd Ladder Company wero on
tho ground in good tltno, but thu body of tho dead
innn was recovered n low minutes before they
arrived. Several of tho band instruments which
wero under thu building wero injured.
" Whnt do you think of Pinnforc," was tho uni
versal question In tho street ycatordny morning,
nnd " admirable" wnn the utmcrsnl nnswer. Wo
nro thoioughly in accord with tho opinion thus
expressed. It is difiicult to say wheru the excel
lence of tho porformanco showed most conspicu
ously. Hut "place nux damei," thu "Prima
Donnn," Miss i lorenco Luce, ns tho heroine Joso
pbinc, wiih simply superb; her pnrt was sung and
acted with consummalo taste, and leallynrtistio
finish, and her appearance, especially In tho
elopement sceno, was all that coulel bo desired. Mi e,
Hurndcn mndo nn excellent Jiuttercup nnd sang
Iter music and acted her part to iwrfcction, and
her drcsi was ut ouco suitable and becoming ; tho
aninu is to bo saiel of Miss Ilernico Pnrko as
Cousin Hebe. Tho sisters and tho cousins nnd tlio
nunts presented a beautiful grouping of vnricd
colors, nnd tool; their places ns if taught for a llfo
time by an experienced ballet master, and nbovo
nil sang tho choruses with brilliant spirit and
clfcct. Uf tho gentleman it is difiicult to say who
takes thu palm. From tho oxqulnito Sir Joseph to
tho tiny Midshipmite, from the stately Captain to
lho well conceived boatswain, nntl tho ndmirnblo
" poor Dick Dcudoyo," nil wero excellent, ltalpb
Hackstraw, ns interpreted by Mr. Hnrndcn, would
bo difficult to surp.ibs, especially In "Farewell tny
own." Tho octctto and chorus, followed by llut
tercup'n confession ns to how sho " mild thu chil
dren up, n ninny jenrs nco" ntid Sir Joseph's
amazement and "dear mo!" wcro exquisite Tho
make-up of tho Bhlp's company, both seaman nml
marines, wna llrst-rilto nntl tho " present nrms" of
tho latter would havu sent n drill-scrgoant into
ecfltacies. The thoatur nawo havo said on thu
occasion of its flrat opening, is n singularly protty
nnd comfortable houso; thu sceuo iiaiuting excep
tionally good. Outsido, in tho street, all was good
ordor nnd good nature, the vehicles well lighted
and well handled, the night bright though moon
less, and ill fnct everything went without a hitch.
Of tho music wu can only say that Mr. lleigercon.
dueled, Mr. Marques with tho first violin, Mr.
Brown at tho piano, nnd just tho right nnmber of
stringed instruments piaved by feomo of Mr,
llorger's pupils in tho baud, loft nothing to bo
wished for moro. A very large gathering of well
dressed and evidently delighted auditors contri
buted to tho pleasure of the evening. Tho pieco
will bo repeated this evening nnd again next week,
and to adopt tho sentiment of the poet fit John
Gilpin's famous rido wo say,
And when they next play Pinafore
May I be thetn to see I
"Wo would hnvo liked to hnvo hoard a recall of
tho principnl characters nftcr tho curtain was
dropped. In codcludlng this brief notice, wo must
remark on tho indomitable porsavorauco nnd
good nuturo which havo combined to innko tho
Ierforninnco of Pinafore what it wits. Tho excep
tionally unfavorable circumstances under 'which
it was brought out should bo considered. Many a
group of nmntcurs might have begun, but few
would havo held together against repeated disnp
pomtmcuts, as thesu ladies and gentlemen havo
done. Ladies occupied throughout thu day with
household cares, gentlemen nil day nt their
business, devoted their eveiiiui:s to tho careful ami
coiiscUntious pit imration of tho delightful little
opcielta, their only reward being tho just appre
ciation of their Imnds. Wo havo already rnid
how thoroughly they havo succeeded. To Mr.
Hiundeii wo heliovo is duo tho inception of tho
idc.l and to him nnd to his colleagues thn public
owo thu delichtful entertainment of Thursday
evening. Wo Liar that ull the best seats weio
cniingcd early yesterday for this evening's .per
formanco, "Wo appeiid thu following comtpon
Honolulu, MnylGtu, 1661.
If. 0. .fraiii, Etg.,Vlc I'luidmt "ilmicai Hall
Asfoelation." DiaiiSlr: The uncfcnlgnec, for
thu "Pinuforo" Company, hereby tenders tho
Association, which you represent n net benefit by
two (2) representations of" Finafoiu."
Thursduy and Saturday evenings of this week,
have been set for thu time, if satiafnctory to you.
An early answer will obllgu. Yuurs very truly,
Signed F. II. IIauniie.v, Director.
Honolulu, May 17lh, 168X.
F.A, llarndtn, Kiq, Director if "Amateur 1'ina-
fore. Company, Honolulu. DrUn 8m i I havo to
acknowledge receipt of your note of yesterday in
which you tend thu Association n net bencnt from
two representations of " Pinafore," lo txkoplnco
onThurtday nnd Saturday evenings of this week.
On behalf of the Trustee of tlto Mutlo it Hall
Association, 1 beg tn accept your offer and to
thank j ou nnd tho ladies nnd gentlemen com
prising the "Pinafore Company "for your kind
assistnnco in behalf of the fund of the Ansocia
tion. Yours very truly, IHignod Viu. G. Ihwim,
Vice-1'reaideut of Mubical Hall Auociation.
Wawea. had a heavy rainfall on ThurteUy and
ovor) thing hag had a good soaking.
Tub artesian well is down eigbtysaven feet. Mr.
Plerco thinks that they nrs now ou the utrotuiu of
rock next nbovo the water and hopes tu have a
lluwing well noxt week.
Ox the evening of Sunday, the 8th inat, beau
tlful meteor was seen ascending to Ihe westward
of Lihuu, leaving a long white line of light after it.
It was ulso keen at Walmea,
Tux barkcntlno (V'Hiii'i Ausunta arrived nt Ka
liului on thu 10th Inst., twenty-fire days from the
Followtko are the names ol the twauty-flvo p.
acngers that left Knliului for San Fraueiaeoott the
15th iust. by the brigautino J, It. HurecleU v V.U.
ItoblriMin, wife and chile, Mlas U. MciMUj. T. II.
Paris, wifo .two ilaugbtcra and two sous). C. Lo.
JPS1.', Y l A' ii""'. ! fenilmi, A.ToogooU,
C. H. Sylveister, Sir. Jfreltors, wife and child, Ut.
Castro, wife, and three children, J. Figaro, O.
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