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BY E. P. ADAMS.
REGULAR CASH SALE
OK FRIDAY, : : : JUNE 17th,
At In A- Jf. ntNnleo llnntn.
Dry Goods and Clothing1,
GR O O T R. i 33 JS !
Sacks Brown Sugar,
Sacks Oullfnrill.i O.its,
Sacks California llarley,
Oasci Atiatritlinn lluttcr,
Coils Manila Hope,
C.-iBOB Smlii Crackers,
Cases Medium llraul, &c, Sic,
K. 1'. ADAMS, Auct'r.
Mortgagee's Notice of Sale
LAND AT MAKAWAO. IVIAUI!
Hy IHrcdlm. r S A. tf VV.h STAIN IIS,
Till" mortgagee named In n rcrlalti Indenture of Mort
gage dated October in, tsrtl. tnude by Kahonka and II.
Chamberlaine to said Samuel Staines, I nm directed to
fell at Public Auction, on
Saturday, 18th day of June, 1881,'
At my tiilei Iioom In Honolulu,
ALL THAT CERTAIN PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND
Hltuitlc nt AtfikauiMi In the Island of Maul, and more
jmrtlruliirlv described In llojal Patent No, 2SbS, and
containing an area of ".I acres.
Tor further particulars enquire of
LI.' I it imvav.i.
Alt irney for Mortgagee,
Or i:. I
Vnluablo Real Estate on Hotol St,
Saturday, : : : Juno 18th,
At 12 o'clock noon, at Sales Doom, I will offer
at public auction, the well known
Hlluotednn the Houlh-Wcst corner of Hotel and Itlch-
ants Street, and containing an area of li5
fathoms T feet.'
And also the, premises on the niaksl side, of Hotel St.,
opposite Snow Cottage, and containing an area
of 2 chain ISO fathoms nnd II feet.
Healthy and centrally located. Title perfect, deed" at
expense of purchaser.
For further particulars apply to Cecil llrown, Att'y,
Or II. I. AIMMN, AtM-l'r.
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS
PARTIES IN H'OLULU
Or other l-arts of tlio IsliuitU,
CAN HAVK TIIKIU
Orders Filled at Lowest Rates
lly application to Mr. K r, ADAMH, Queen Street, who
hat our UescrlpllvoCatuloguo with 1'rlcea,
OH' HAND AT THE STORE OF L W- HOPP
Blr-ck Walnut Bedroom Sets;
Itlitck Wnliiut SUIiilionrila,
llluck W.itniit UinltiK Chnirn,
t)k wiiiio Scat DluiliK Chillis.
' CcitCTx JlKilroom Sctn,
, ADArt?, 'EM r"uR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
A "REGUIiAlt lU-ENKIAIi MI5T3T-
ASVKOrATj ArKKTINO OF TIIK
Hoard of Trustees of Iho Queen's Hospital will be
held at Allloiaiu lliuo on c.nurii.iy mo uui .""'I ii"
dlatoly after lh Meeting of tun Queen's Hospital
"W.""'- ''" IBCIIAIJFKU. Sec'y.
rrUlK CO-VAin,XKUSUIl 11151113-
X. tofore exlilluc between Josuph Smith nnd Henry
Jolinson, under Hie linn i.amo of Hnillh .t Johnson,
and dolus business n cjiio pautera at North Koliala,
Hawaii, fias tills d.iy been dlsolved. Henry Johnson
liavliiK bmijlit all of Joseph Hmltli's ilsht. and all
!i.i.!LT.rth.r.aldllriiiwlllbu Mil by Henry Johnsou
afterdate ' JuSKl'H H.M1TH
aflir uaie, f J( RNHy JO,lNH0f,
Koliala. Hawaii. MayltHh. lbHI. WM '"'
Tft ItV.UV.IIV UIVKM Tll.il' AMAMA (wilier--wl
known m Ohlns Man) 'ono of the partner, of
oOii A Co., has wild all III. Iiitucsl In the business
of saf.l firm, and In the Hlco Plautatlou at llamohauio,
Walklkl. to C. Moil TIiik. who will continue said busl
iVes. at tlio premises heretofore occupied by ald ttrni
on Mauiiakea Street, under tlio'.anifl Urtu nuuiu. Al
!?r-oi..lndebu-d;ti said ilrm will iiiak.jwymenl ty wld
fc. Moil Tins. l'1uJ.,Vl1l;
Jnue 7, llA. 6M
DVlttSO MY AHSKXOK FIU1M
This Mulsrtnm Mr. Julliu llottiiK, w I net lor i uio
. under lll "vr ot ntoimr, i . A. b " ALbKlU
Honolulu. June It iwl- M '" "
ihV estate of the late William II. Harnes, are hero
ifyVuflcd' o Swwuf 11.V.. to in. 'l'lle.md wltl.l.i
"L ...onth. from date, or they w"' "'XmON.
, Kxeculoruf thuwUionVsll, lia'tuM.
lunolulaAN''Tuibr . In'. 5?i
BEOElVfSD THIS DAY
EX BARK KAIsAKAUA.
IKKII-UAMruHMf A HAY. OAMMHIMIA
oats. California Parley. California Uronnd Haflej ,
Callforila Corn. California Vueat. Callfotula llrau.
All fre.ll and lu sood order, and '"'Jg-J g COi
aMLUKX UATK KXTUA'a-'AMII.V.
I tloWeu Uato lUkera' Extra.
Ex birk Klaliua, Tor al by , HOLIES A CO,
PlttrN MKUMll.I.'H THI'ear,
Ooloiig C6.uet Tea, Kufllsli tkfa. Tea,
OrwuSd uar, UrauulaUU but. Cuba Sum
For bale by UOLLKb A, CO.
B" "llf bS"., Canned b.lmon J.iul.aib.ll,,..
PAINTS AND Oir.if.-ATr,AfTIC
Lead. HubbuckLt4l, Huubuck lnc,
Verdlsils. Black Paint. Uluoma Ureeii,
tCbr.w Yellow. Pari. Ure.a, and a
MwrnMyUfi WlM Co.
Inc of the queen's Hospital society win, in com-
pllancu with the icrins or tno unarier.ua ueiu i. i
hull Halo on Saturday IhifJih July 18SI. M 11 A. 31.
!Otl4u4t Per order F. A. SCHAUFblt, Bec'y-
WM1MK PllHU. KXI'KA HtJM HKCl IN
"barrVls, Kxlra Family Jleef lu htlf .barrels. Extra
. lM-lSirkltt l. Ud". barrel.. Ilulter III Jl lb keg.
ld i Ibe as. Jar. i lUni.and Utcoutexlia ukvl, Laid,
iid 4 lb Kias. jr, byDULLKb a Co.
Willimvo Quick Dispatch for the above Port
For freight or pissage apply to
si; it i tmnwnn .ten , Agenis.
. . The At American Itrljantlne
Z3i HOWAItU, -Master,
Will have quick dispatch for above port.
For Freight or Fa.snge, nriply to
R.-.7 WM. (I IHWIN A CO.. Agents.
SAN I'1 RANG I SCO
Till! AM IIAIIKHNTIXI.
'J$L IIATKS. MASTKK,
Will have Quickuispatoh for thcnbovoPort
For freight or ntnj;c. apply to
837 II W. O. 1IIW1N A: CO. Agent.
r1IIB. AH'.NT.N !' THIN IMil'ltl.AIt MSr,
I Mcr. Vf. II. 1'ro.sirinn A Ilrc.. Sn. IIP t'hnm
ber 8lr !. New York, will dispatch a rt-rls J vessel
the latter imtt of May or wrly In June for llils port.
Parties desiring lo ship Iry thin faverlte lint will for
ward Iheli orders early, toeiciircthciicceiiary room.
Frilghtnt lowest rates.
CAKTLIJ A COUKK,
Bll 3m 8"i Agents In Ilnnolaln.
WILL SAIL FROM HONOLULU
at 4 o'tloeVpm
,. at I o'tlork p m
Monday, May loth.
TliiitHlar. Mav Sfitli
Monday, June tllli
I II 111 nil. I, ... I.ll.- .. . ... '
Monday, June STll at I itlock p in
.1......C.. i....n iiiti. nt .1 n rliirk n in
Tuesday, May 17lh..... atllo'tlotk am
Friday, May :!7tli nt :o cloLa in
TiiCfcfay, .IiiiicTlh it SI o clock in
Friday, June 17th nt a o clock am
TucKlay, JunciMlh t..-. nt!I o'clock a in
AllKIVINO AT KAUi , , ,
Wednenduy r Wl
.Snlurdny May at h
Saturday May Slit
Hnturday .Inuc llth
Snlnrdoy i. JnlySnd
TOUCHIMO AT MAALAIIA:
Mondav May 23rd
Tlinrfday .-. June and
Tliuwlay ; "I"?2"1
Monday , '.' Jy Uh
AniUVISK AT HONOLULU
Friday.., luiif rd
Tlieday. ',..., Mine lltli
Friday ' Jniioaitji
TiiCMlay July "l"
8W as 11k T. R. FOSTER & Co.. Agents.
Tuesday, Juno Till, 5 i m Ijjj0
q'uesday, June Hlh, f p Di '",!!,
Tuesday,- uuuSlet, np m ' "
Tuesday, . I lino 28lh, Spin "Ho
oir No C'r'llt tor VniHwca Slonoy. -Ka
Wo positively decline in open accounts for Passages,
and wo particularly call tlio nltentlon of the traveilns
public lo tho ne;esllv of huvlus Ilufwat-e and trelshl
plainly marked; the .Steamer will i.ut Lc responsible
for ony unmarked llasjajje, or for Freight or Parcels,
unless H''litiMl ir.
Freight Money Duo on Somnnd.
In all cases of freltbt for parties, not responsible, or
unknown, tho freight nwiucy will be required In lid vaoce
ia:ua;i:s rt.iM)Hts ami i.m:s siis
m; 1'I.ai.vi.v ?i,uki:i
For the party whom liwy nre for, or plainly stated in tho
receipt to whom they arc consigned.
All dcmnntla for damage ur loss must bo made within
In noway liable for ! or accident to mc stock.
r-r?- Ilaelc Drivers, Koy, and such like, will not be
allowed on board the hleamer on arrival, until after this
nawnew. have been tended. WILpKll & c0,
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
THE MfLUXItllf NTI-.A3I.11I1'
CITT of NEW YORK
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
Ou or about Monday July 4.
TOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND!
TIIK NI'I.KMIII) .STi:.VM!SIIII'
CITY OF SYDNEY!
On or. about Saturday, June 11
yor Freight and Paasmre, apply to
817 Sn. It. HACICl'KI.U A CO., ABeuts.
IJouiIh lor .Nlilpiiu'ut ir Ntcniuer villi nun
lie .NtursMj, I'reo t :i.ur. iu (lie t'lrtu'ool
M'ireliiim ns'wr.tlm ,St-Kiin-r WlinrfT
A. FRANK COOKE
AOKNT FOUT11K FOLLOWING COASTKltSt
Wullolo, 2. , Malolo
WuloU. (fliJS. Llliu,
Wiilohu, jAVtiA TVnlmnla,
VI.AO Hod with While Hall OHTce bonier uf .ueen
Mi and .NuiUau ritreets, 1
Prom Honolulu tarvlilo Direct.
The A I Cltli":hooncr,
3L,fcSM A ..L'fM. O," 2L
Will tall fi.nu Homliiilu (o Hllo direct, and will call at
interniedlatu Porta on the return trip, t
For Frelglit or Paue, apply to the'- aptaln onboard,
1 Ml or A.'FlSANK COOKR. Agent.
PUNTERS' LINE FOR SCN FRANCISCO
C. Browor St. Co. -Agents.
Merchandise received Hlunme I'ree.
anil liberal cash advance, niado ou shipments by Hilt
lino. TSUly O. tlKEWKU.tCO.
By viuTira or two kxi:cu
tluualsfued by the Siipremv Court, of the lUwa
liau NlsmU, onuli. faiorof Wong I. long A Co, for tha
sun. of j"Wl.ai, and one In fuiur of Chung Faa for a
balance due ou said execution for lb sum of Jiai.lJ
aitalnsl Hie Drill of Hip Wo Chung Co, and alto of
two executions Issued by I bo Police Court of llrnolulu,
one In faiorof llolllster fct.'o, for the sum of 'jt,3.l,
and one lu faior of (oncheu A Ahutig for Ibe sum of
(IV.iM against the said Unit of Hip Wo Chung X Co,
ami al. for tho sum f yui.:l due to K, 1'. Adams,
amounting lu all SW.Sl, I havu Irvled upon and shall
expose for sale at Auction, on MONDAY June 20, A. l,
1MI, on thu premise on Mauimkcu btrcet, ull th ilglil
litis and Interest u( tho said Hip Wo Chong J; Co, lu
and lo one iHot-Uiry wooden biillilliig.baldpreiulx.lt
subject ucvilatn ground lease, tho trim ot which will
b made known at the day of sale, iiuless laid Judge
lOenls, cost, expense, be previously satlsiled.
Honolulu, ,MrlUl iMl. W. C. PAItKE,
Mortgagee's Notice of Iatcntion to Foreclose
)wt(iii: in nt:Ki;uYivi:iiiATi'H-
i( Hianllo a power oi sale conlalurd In a certain
mortgage deed dated the 25th day of April, leiti made by
Ksnni. v. and Kensu. her husband, of Kwa. Oahu. to
Alex J. Cartwiight, ot Honolulu, Uahu, of record lu the
Office, of Ibe l(t-,;Ulrar of Conveyance. In Llbor 4S ou
pages 40 and 41 and lor a breach of ibe conditions In
said mortgage deed contained, that all and .lugultr the
lauds, tenements and appu.leiianc. In said mortgage
contained and described, will after tb lime llmlled by
las lie soldal public auction, on account uf the con
dition, a. bereliibcfor lueiitloned,
'I he properly In .aid mortg.joditcrlbed being situate
at Walplu, Km a. Oaliu. afuruald ud coulaluluu au
area f 4 aotr. nd 3.511 chain, and more iiatllralnly
described lu Moral Patent .No. Kit, L. C. A 121 w v.
uescriueu. lu .ioj.i . 0AKTWm0IT
CECIL I1HOWS, Attorney fur atortge.
Dated Honolulu, iUyauttaSI.
illKMl' CORDAGE. AND BQUP H01fe.
AN ANtMiKTXKNT lir
Inch to 8 Inch. Alto, bpunyarn, belling, lUllln,
Houslne, Siarllue, Sn. c CQ
Grand Racing1 Tournament
JTT3XTDE5 11, 1381.
The following Rentiemen comprise the Committee
of Arrangement, 1zt
f. I'.. WILLIAMS,
CAIT. A. M. TItII'1',
.1. II. I1I,0K,
O. JJ. WILLIAMS, Chairman and Treanarer.
J. JJ. WISKMAX
Oahu Purse, $40.
Muloltace. Open to nil. Mile dash; catch weights.
Dan I)uchalskycntor"Kate." Color, scsrlct Jacket,
fclim sleeiei and cap Kamnl enleri hlk "Hoolail."
JJuild Adania enters blk " Knpalulu." T. W. Llshlnan
nter " I'llrt." Colors, white with blue cap. (Ii-orco
-Ignew enters br " Minnie." Colors, while and blue.
Queen's Purse, $150.
Itunnliiir llacc. Mile dash; for all horses bred In
the Kingdom. Catch wnl(hia. Lntraiice, $15.
I. A. Cnmmlns enters b g "Stanford Colt."' Colors,
black and white. C. Macturlane enters " Katie Lee."
Colors, blue, white and cardinal, II, U, Treniinny en
If rs rn m "Vciiii." Colors, scarlet cap, blue sleeves. C,
Lucas enters a m " Lallali Kookh." Colors, pink and
Honolulu Purse,' $125.
Itunnln; liacc. Half-mile dnh. Open to nil.
Catch weights. Kntrniice, JIJ W.
Cllibi enters ;ni "True lllue." (!olors, black cap and
vlilic shirt. Jus, Campbell enters c s" Olosler." Colors
white and blue. 1). J. ilroen enters m 'Humping Olrl.'
Stallion Race, Prize Medal.
llest 'i In II, to harness. Free to all. 1IX) lbs. weight
T. IT". Llshmnn enters b a " Little Olant." Jas. Dodd
enli-rs s ' King William."
Citizens' Purse, $150.
Pacini; Itace. Mltebent; best 2 In 3, to harness.
Free to all. 150 lbs. weight, JJntrance, S15.
J. A. Mchrteii enters b g " Dan Hlco." D. J. Oreon
enters I. g " Dellance."
Lunalilo Purse, .f 150.
JIunnliiK ltace. Mile dash. Open to all. Catch
ut;lit. Kutiance, SS.
Tfan Pu An lau enters s m " llaby Jllno." J. A Cum
mln enters b k " Stanfotd Colt." Colors, block and
white, .las. Campbell enter b s "Illackthorn," Colors
vlilleaud bine. 1'. Wnndeiiburg cnteis "Mark Twain."
Colors, blue and white, 1). J. Oreeu enters s m "Hump
Boy's Purse, $40.
Itiinnini; ltace. Open to all ponies not over 13V5
rliands Inch. One mile dash. JJoch horse to carry
. " a n.ler. Kntrance, $1.
Dan Dnchalsky enters b k " Why Not." Colors, scar
let Jjckct, blue sleeies nud cap, ilr. C. Nellsuii enters
ilK MR" Knife Illade." William Wlddllield enters r m
"Canary lllrd." T. II". Llshuian eiuers "Maklkl Won
der." Colors, white with blue cap. Jos. Kahutilelto
outers a h .Mark Antony." Colors, white. Henry Long
enters bg" Puakalthu.i." Colors, white and blue.
Kamchamcha Purse, $200.
Trotting ltace. Mile heats; best 11 In ft, to harness.
Free to all. 1M) lbs. weight to carry, l.utriiiice $9J.
Max Itlcheu enters c m "Coquette." Jas. Dodd enters
a g" Thomas II." II. O. Treadivay enters ti g "Coin
loodore." D. CI. Oreen enters br g "Ueorge Treat."
Zapiolani Park Purse, $100
Ituuulng ltace. Mile' dash: free for all horses un
der 3e.ir old; luolbs. weight to carry. Kntrance
C. Macfurlane enters "Oen'l Oartlold." Colors, blue,
white and cardinal. O. Markham enters b&"Qeit'l
Jluucock." Colors, scurlct and blue.
Princess L.egcnt Purse, $175.
ltiinnlug llace, for all horsCB bred In tho Kingdom.
Mill beats; bcstsliii 3; catch weights. Kntrance,
J. A. Cummins enters bk g" Stanford Colt." Colors,
"black and white. C. Macfurlane enters " Katie Lee."
Colors, blue, white nud cardinal. 11. O. Trcadwny en
ters g m "Treaty." colors, scanei aim uiue. u. l.ucaa
enters s m " Iillah itookh." Colors, pink and blue.
JKings Purse, $200.
Dunning ltace. 3 mile dash. Free to all. Catch
weights. Kntrance S'O.
C. llrown enters bk s "Dlackthorn." Colors, white
and blue. F. Wundeubiiri! enters "Mark Twain."
Colors, bluo and while. 1). .1. Oreeu enters g in "bully
Sporting Purse, $25.
Donkey Hace. Free to nil. Hack to rldo his neigh
bor's donkey. The last ono ill thu winner. Kn
Hilly Charlton enters m c "John Hull." Kalauoho
Tillers m c " Kauau." David Adums enters m c " lluka
ladies' Purse, $150.
Hurdle ltace. One mile dash. Hawaiian bred horses
only. 4 hurdles to Jump; calch weights. Knlruncc,
P. Stlllmaii enters g m " Hannah." II. G. Trcadwny
enters sg"Jllnmio." Colors, scarlet and blue. O. Lucas
en tcr bk g " Stranger." Colors, Pink und blue.
Joot Hurdle Eace Purse, $35.
MO yards, l'roc: for all. Kntrance, $-
E. A. Williams, F. Harrison, W. McUowan, Hell
?oot Eace Purse, $35.
SOO yards. Freatoall. Kntrance, $2.
Albert Hray, F, D. Oat, Wm. McQowan, Jas. Drown,
A Challenge Foot Race of 200 yards will take place.
Tho Fool llutdla ltace, and both Foot Itaccs will take
place at Intermission.
There, must bo three entries In all races, and two
horses to start. ,
In all entries whero three horses start second horse
Kites stakes; likewise In foot hurdle and foot races.
In all races to harness each driver to carry 15" pounds
Tho races will start promptly at 0 o'clock' A. 31.
A few more booths to rent. No one allowed to sell
refreshments at the Park unless by purchasing stands
f i oiu the Committee of AriuugcmenU. 20 foci scctiun.
to rent for SHI. Those who lull to purchase sections
must onv Die rcolilred amount to tho Collector at the
'Diltlge, lor which he will grant a permit.
All refreshment teams,, niter remitting first gate
money, will rccclie. n permit exempting them from
further payment crossing bridge. At tho call of the
bell from lliu Judges' slaud all Jockeys will promptly
bring their horsus out nccordlug to tho ltace Pro
gramme, and no delays will be allowed. Owing to the
Captain Tripp, O, JJ, Williams audJI, Webb, Judges.
Uobert Llshmaii, Saddling Paddock. J. II, lllack. Clerk
.f Course. Time Keepers, staiter, tlate und Dtldre
Keepers,-Policemen, ftc., will boon hand.
All children, under .1- years of ago free admission,
A. JloWayne and D. W. Clark, Timers; Mr. Illgsby,
Starter of the running lice.
In all races wherewelghts are to bo curried rider and'
divert are requireu io proyiuo meir own we.gnis.
Writer, Collector, Copyist,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
X. 74 Kik St. (oppotHo Bethel St.") Honolulu.
Letters Written, Keuts nnd Mils Collected,
Houses, Lauds aud Hooius Kcnted.
llaoks kept by the Week, Month or Quarter, at reason
Quarterly Hills made out, delivered and collected,
Constitution., fly-Law., lUports, Ac, Ac, of Commit
tees, Surveys, ic., drawn up Willi uccuraey and dis
patch. .iuaiiuenl and Copyist Work done for Invalid or other
pvtions requiring .ucb aerrlce..
tksr Conttaut attention to the Interest! of patron, aud
' butlues. secrets preserved Inviolate.
Terms Reasonable. FatroRag-e Solicited.
THE HOOVER TELEPHONE
THE HIGHEST PREMIUM
At the Mechanic'. Fair In San Ft.ncl.cn, lfSU, for the
Meat Tvls-iilM.HO fur lllt illitauce.tb Hell or siuy
other Telephone II J t excepttd, u Iroublo to put up
or work, and
CASH OIIUEHS promptly attended to, . liiforinalliiu
elicu on application. Tlie.o Telephone an. IptaluabU
on pUnUtloii. LA1NE i CO.. Ilonolulii.
SJ am " Kule Agent, lor tin Hawaiian l.landt.
Superior Clarets in Caiki,
AND IK CASES.
Also an Assortment of otherwise k Lienors
0 1m 'IP. UOFFSOIILABQERico.
X I .A Z tzTZ&
Followinc l tlio Ilonrit of Hnnllli's Hinnll.rxit re
port, with list of ilentlm, for tlio Inland of Oaliu,
for tlio week cmling Krlilny. JtitioiH, nt 12 M.t
Hmall-poxcae reported Mnco last report ,. 1
Caaea proTlomly reported , 761
Total imall-pox caies repotted 771
Number of death Mncc Inat report ti
Number prcilounly reported 1,, SSI
Total number of death" s:J
Placed In quarantine flnce last report, at Kohololoa
Ho'pltal.... ,.,,. ,., 1,1
Placed In quarantine flnce lat report, at residence
Placed In quarantine at la-t rupcrt..... lot
Total ; "sir
lteleaicd from quarantine, kokua j rl
Total In quarantine Hil date l.V)
J. A. llAatinoiit, Hecretary.
Hatnrday, the Ilth day of June, the Commemoration
Day of Kamchamcha I., will be observed as n public
holiday, and all (loicrnnient offices throughout the
Kingdom will bo closed.
11. A. P. CAHTIJII, Minister of the Interior.
Interior Onice. May 27. lstii . to
SALE or LEASE or GOVERNMENT
On WEDNESDAY JONIJ 15th 1881, at the front
entrapce nfAlllolatil Dale, at 12 o'clock noon, will bo
sold nt Public Auction, Hie following Icoeea of Lands
belonging lo the Government.
1st. All that Irnct or parcel of landknownasMOAtlLA,
situated lu the District or KAU, Island of HA
WAII. Terms, lease 25 years, upset rrlco $1M1
per Annum, payable semiannually In advance.
2nd. That pelec or parcel of land sllnated In the Dis
trict of KOOLAUPOKO, Islobd of OAIIU and
described as followst Commencing at the Sciith
westerly comer of the Court Home, lot udjolnliig
tho nnvernment Jhtail, runs Oil feet In n North
easterly direction, nlonir the boundary of said
Court House lot, thence ID feet In a Northwesterly
direction, thence IKI feet In a Southwesterly to the
Ooverninent ltoad, thence 70 feci Southeasterly
along said road to point of commencement.
Terms, lease fi years, upset price $:0 per Annum,
payable annually In advance.
Std. The land of KAlWIKI, and the remaining por
tion of WAILIJA, situated Is KILO, HAWAII.
Tetms, lease 25yenrs, upset price JIIUU, per Annum,
payable semi-annually lu nuvaiicc, - '
4th. A lot of land HI feet by 00 fict at the foot of
MJUANUSTltUKT. tmrtlv occn tiled by the build.
lug known ns'the Old Ice House, and luoro par
ticularly described on a plan in this Mllce.
i crins, lease ii years, upci price s-.isjpcr Annum,
payable scml.aniumUy In advance nnd on the
Jollonlng conditions! The lessor to erect within
six months front ditc of lease, a substantial flro
proof brick or touu building, costing not less
than $Gi which lie Is to keep In repair, and re
vert to the Government nt the expiration of the
Also at same time and place, the building on
above lot to be rcnioml within twenty day.
Department of Interior, I II.
Honolulu, 12lh May 18nl. P.7 lm
A. P. CAltTKIt,
.Minister of Interior.
Deimhtsient or Intieiiioii, llureau of Immfgratlon, I
Honolulu, Mnyeoth, 1881. f
The Hoard of Immigration will receive applications
from parties desirous of engaging .Portuguese laborers
from St. Michaels, to leave Hint Island by a vessel fol
lowing tho Suffolk, to sail lu nbontlwo months, and to
arrive here (n. v.) about December next. .
It Is proposed, not to limit tho proportion of females,
but to urronge that the nrt of the passage money of
Women paid by tho employers, shall bo refunded by a
deduction of J2 per month, from the wages of tho
womni, and their husbands or fathers, till that part of
the passage money be refunded. The Hoard of Immigra
tion to pay the other half of the passages of the women
nnd all of the passages of the children, which arc to be
limited to two to each family.
The terms are to bo the tamo as per llltjliflytr, viu:
Contracts for live years at eight dollars per month for
men. live dollars per month ior women, with suitable
food and lodging, so long as they continue to work un
less prevented by slckncs from causes beyond their
Kmployers to pay the Donid of Immigration W. one
hundred dollars for passage and expenses of each adult
male, and $50. llfty dollars for passago Ac, of each
adult female, (the last to bo refunded as above stated.)
Tho Hoard of Immigration, pay for tho introduction
of these Immigrant. JJlchtccn pounds sterling for
each adult, and half price for children between 2 anil 'I
years of ago which Includes all expenses of securing
contracts, passports, medical service and passages.
The Hoard furnish credit for three fourths the pas
sages, avallablo in London after tho vessol sails from
St. Michaels, one fourth payable hero on arrival, sub
ject to any claims, for non adherence to tho conditions.
The Immigrant's must all come nrrder contract ap
proved by the Hoard, no number of passengers guaran
teed. The Hoard pays cost of exchange and Insurance
and Is put to certain expenses here. Any persons
desirous ot entering intu arrangements for Introducing
Immigrants from St. Michaels on more favorable terms
will pTcasu apply to the Hoard of Immigration.
II. A. P. OAHTKH.
855 President Hoard of Immigration
Licenses Expiring in June, 1881.
i Thos Lack, Fort St..
1 C A Fenlera, King St.,
1 Apuu, Moanalua,
2 Cnstlu t Cooke, King St.,
7 Manuel Joseph, Llllhi St.,
7 J. II. Ilruns, Jr.. Hotel St
7 J. W. browcll. Hotel St..
11 J. II. Ilruns, Sr., Ksiilannde, .
14 (i. J. Knimos, Fish Market,.
Hi Halt Urn's, cor Xtiuanu & Queen Htf.,
21 Yon Hop, Hotel St.,
22 O. W. Mucfarlane & Co, Queen St., ,f
25 Antone Marshal. Dcretunia St,, W
25 Look Sim Oec, Heretanlu St.,
23 Jau Kce, .Suuanu St.,
It : All 91 A VI.
I Thos. It. farls. Wallnku,
1 Wong Kong, walliee.
3 Ahol A Ami. Hnmakualoa,
5 J. Lima, Kcleiila, .Molokal,
14 Ah Tim A Ahol. Wallnku,
It! Mossmau & Anderson, Makawao,
HI Lnm Sun. Kahulul,
SI C. Amana, "
1 O. Apana, Kahalun, N. Knnn,
3 Con OnChoii", lIiinokaa,llnmakua,
4 Ah Ten.
7 Chong Sing A Co, Halawa, X. Koliala,
111 .las. uicnarusoii, i-iieniier.u,
pi Jas. Illchirdson, Kalnplhl, "
II MKahala, JS. Koliala,
2U Chong Pen. Walolilun, Knu.
21 Thompson & Co, Kuloplhi, N. Kohala,
:kI Allu.t A BiackpoleKaalhac, S. "
i Castle A Cooke, King St
sue is iiooKe. mug at.. uoupiniu
:i F. A. Schuefcr & Co, corKuuhuiiiaiiu AMcrchanbots
4 (1. D. Kricin, oueeu rst.,
HI M, M. (Irliibnum A Co, Queen St., "
HI K. llolfschl.ieger & Co, cor Merchant ii Fort St"
'ii ti, W. Macfurlane A Co, Queen St., " " ,
23 Lowers A Cooki, Foil St., . "
1 JJ. S. Cunha, Union Hotel, Honolulu,
2J G. W. Macfarlano A Co, Queen St., Honolulu,
a J. D. Paris, Kona, Hawaii. ;
22 K. Jones, Maul. p
2 Lee Ah Yan, Hotel St., I t Honolulu
7 U. , Goodman. Hotel St., "
7 C.Apana, Piliialuu, Kau, : i
7 Itobt You l.chlliatten, N. Koliala, .
7 Ah Chou. Nawlllwlll, Knual.
7 Ho Han. Kapaait.N, Koliala,
7 Ahon, Watheo, Manl,
HI Hart llros.eor Jinuanii A Queen Sta., ,
V All Wona, Wttlluku.Manl. .
2:1 A, U.Conchen, Kapaa, Kauai. ,f
SI Kon Kee, Walmea, Hawaii,
21 Leo Pat. Haiku, Maai,
1 YouPillee, Wallnku, Manl. -
.1 A. Kanpnlkl, Walulua, Oahu.
& Plkao. Llliue, Kautl.
10 J.M. Puaakunl, Makawao, Manl.
'25 J. Iloma, Lahatna, Maul,
1 Jnaiiuln Qracla. Walluku.
1 Hart Pros, cur JSuuanu A. ijuccn St..
Letter from Hilo.
Waiasm Mill, Hilo, Stay 25th, 1S81.
Eorroa Satuuday Vuum t I went up to tho most
distant of tun flows yesterday with a party of five,
two ladies nnd three gentlemen, nud returned
to-day. It is moving along the sldo of the old flow
of 'M-oC'.tha othert wo flows are lower down. We
amiped out ou the old flow nnd were within ISO
feet of tbo burning lava. Although it was running
rust ui it managed to make about 100 feet head
way towards our cunp during the night. The
place In front of ns was the moat active part of the
flow nud wo had sjileiulid.viewi lint it was art
HWfullv long night. Every few minutes h large tree
would'f'ill with a crushing noise and then again
we would hear nboom like it cannon going off; I
think it U caused by the lava running into a cavity
and the nir not having au outlet, make one, and
cuiwd the boom. It i a terrible ucuo at night,
as you cau well. Imagine, but is not worth going to
see by daylight. The other two flows are very
active and burning nwity lively. I cannot aay
where they are going and would not venture to
give oi opinion. HyouRoto Hilo, they look a
if they would come down that way and it M tbe
gAuieif fouco toWaiakea orPunakea. I don't
think anybody's opinion i worth much nntil it
get below toe wooasi then you cab ie Uow the
land lit. '
.rutin ii, i89i.
Buslncii Agent's) Notice.
All advertisements for the Satcbi.at Pness most be
sent In by Friday noon. No Insertions for the current
Issue can be guaranteed when sent In later.
Advertisers will mark the number of Insertions de
sired, from which date they charge. Any not so marked
will be chargid J mouths.
TIIO.M. CI. Tlllll'M. llnslness Agent.
N OTESb rTmfWEK.
I.crtr.n. from tho Ilojnl triwellinp, party will bo
Tttr.RK hnvo lioen no dentin) from tnnll-pox re
poricil IIiIm week.
Wr, have to tliatik Cnpt, liabcock tho pilot, for
lalo Sydney jkiikth.
Ttir.rtK will lip no innsio nt Kinma Rquaro to-dny.
Tho Hand will bo nt Knpiolanl Park.
TwF.TTT-roun special police have been appointed
for duty nt Kapiolani l'nrk to-day.
Jin. 8. O. Wimieii returned by tho UltllU nfter
two niontliH1 railroad btiildlnp; in Ilnwnll.
The pasenc;rrii by Cllj) Sitlnr; wcro allowed
to land early on tlio morninp; nfter'Jier arrival at
Tttr. barkentino Kilo arrived from San Fran
cisco nn Wednesday with a mail. Sho brought
dates of jinpors to tlio -1st tilt.
Otm thanks arc duo to Messrs. Whitney & Jtob
crtson for n copy, Slay 1st, of tho n'tilthmmi, a
BenU'tuontlily orp,anof the Y. M. C. A. of Chicago.
Mrasns. llACKFEi,ri havo no received any inti
mation to tho effect that tho CVf.v of Sytlney will
hritip, no freight, but mails and passcnerM only
ns was rumored,
IiBTrr.ns havo been received from San Francisco
complaining of tlio inconvenience and lack of at
tendance suffered by tho Honolulu passengers by
tho City of Sytlniy.'
The missionary brlgantlno Morn tut; Slur will go
into quarantine about tlio latter part of licit week.
All letters, parcels, etc., fur her must bo on board
prior to that thins
Skvekai, of tho' youtiK men of Honolulu havo
organized nnother military coinpinyito bo called
tho Hawaiian Guards. They moot for drill on
CAtTAtN Hhat will conduct tho,Gospel Tcmper
nnco Meeting nt tho vestry of tho JJethel Church
nuxt Monday evening, June 10th, nt ii o'clock.
ah nro coruiniiy mviteu.
Ax Australian paper received this week says ;
" A Jlonolulu trader was murdered nnd eaten by
Now llritniti unlives in Mnreli last." No" iinnio
nnd no particulars nro given.
His Majesti wuh received at Hongkong by tho
Governor Sir John J'opo Henessy, J. C. M. G. and
becatno his guest nt tho Government House. Col.
Clias. Judd was initiated into tho F. it A. order of
Masons at Hongkong.
A whit was served on tlio Honornbio Vf. M. Gib
son on Tuesday In nn action of assumpsit brought
nguinst Mr. Gibson by the Minister of tho in
terior, for tho recovery os tho sum of fJ3,C0O, ad
vanced by H.former Minister.
Tup. Itov. Dr. Hydo is preparing a enref ul and
very complete sketch of tho proceedings nt l'nna
hou Colk'ftu since its commencement. It will show
lists of principals, teachers, graduates, examiners,
etc., during tlio whole period.
Tits old wharf miikni of Messrs. Hrewer .t Co's.
shed, fell in on Monday night. It llnd been
severely tried lately by tho discharge of heavy
cargoes of bricks, sand, coal, Arc, nnd tlio under
neath boama appear to bo quite rotten.
JtEAn AiiMtBAt, Thomas H. Stkvess, who was
recently in Honolulu on tlio U. S. S. I'eiimcola,
will be placed on tho rotired list when ho arrivos
nt San Francisco, having reached tho age of sixty
two years.. Hear Admiral llalch hucceeds to tno
Miss Catiicaiit with Mrs. Snow of the. original
band to Micronesia is expected from tlio States by
the City of Sydney la reinforce tho mission to tho
Marshall Islands. It is intended to give them a
reception at tho Fort Streot Church noxt "Wednes
day afternoon. ,
The llov. Father Sheridan nrrived from the
Colonics by theliicfrrti'n, to join, it is supposed,
the steff of tho St. Louis College. "Wo do not hear
that his coming was nt tho invitation of tho
lit. Itov. Bishop Mnigret or of nny of tho older
members of the mission.
A fatal accident occurred on board II. I. M.
Ship Mum, training ship, stationed nt Wilhelms
haven. 15y tlio bursting of n shell eloven persons
were killed and wounded; amongst tho latter was
nn ollicer who visited this port in tho German
Hv tho census recently taken in the Colonies wo
soo tho population of Victoria put down nt &Tk,000
against "oO.OOO in 1871. New South Y.'ales TTiO.OOO
against TOI.OOO in 1871. Now Zealand 48!),Wi0.
City of Melbourne and suburbs 31,1)4!); other Aus
tralian Colonies not yet reported.
TnE Australia arrived off the port early on Mon
day morning and come right in to her berth. Tho
passengers were permitted to land without res
triction, and a large number availed themselves of
tho opportunity and might bo met nny whero
about tho city and its neighborhood.
The particulars of the loss of tho Ho Chung hnvo
come to hand, nud nro as follows : Tho Jlo Chuny
bound northwardo. through tho Formosa channel
was run into and sunk by 11. B. M. S. Landing,
oounu soutu turougn me snme cnannei, tne tormer
went to the bottom in deep water and tbe latter
was towed into Uongkonp by tho S. S. Thalts. No
lives were lost. '
The Itoyal Hawaiian Band gave a moorUighl
concert on Monday evening, which was attended
by'n largo gathering of people. Tho most striking
feature of tho entertainment wns tho vocal music
by tho bandsmen. A considerable number of tho
AuttrallWa passengers wero present aud applauded
so heartily nnd tncored so vigorously that Mr.
llerger kindly repeated it.
Aitoso tho victims of tho torriblo wreck of tho
Tti )-n nm on the south coast of New Zealand, was
tho Jlev. Joseph Wnterhouso, n bother of Mr. J.
T. Waterhotise, senior, of this city. This gentle.
man was formerly connected with tho Fiji Mission,
but had settled in Victoria, and having went to
New oaland for his health and to visit another
brother, was on his way back to Victoria when tlia
wreck of the Turanui closed nn euergutio nnd
The Hoard of Emigration brigantino Storm
llfnl. hauled nil into tho stroam on Mondav last
and was placed in iiuarautltio with the South Sea
tieopltt ou board, who uro to bo taken buck to their
Homes from tills island. Those front the other
islands nro iiuarnntincd at Fisherman's 1'oint.
There nro about seventy peoplo to go by the
.SVoivii Bird, many of whom it is expected will re
turn here. Having lauded her pissetigers at their
respective islands, tho vcsnel will proceed to thu
New Hebrides and Solomon Islands.
The Chinaman who was shot by his fellow
countryman on Sunday, died nt tho Queen's Hos
pital on Tuesday niglit,' Tlio ball entered the
small of'ttuvback nnd passed quito through tho
nbdomen. Another eiso of nssult with a deadly
weapon nlso among thu Chinamen occurred on
Tuesday night. A qnarrel having arisen ono man
with a hatchet inflicted a terrible wound on tho
baok of the other man's head, and a second on the
wrist. The wounded man wns taken lo tho hospi
tal in a, dangerous condition, nud thu aartnilnut
escaped for the time.
Tue regular yearly examination of the pupils at
?unahou will bo held nt tho college ou Monday
nnd Tuesday next. Exnmitiing Committees for tho
year nro lfev. Dr. Hyde, Hon, W, It. Castle,
J)r, N. H. Emerson and A. T. Atkinson, Esq. On
Thursday nfternooti the fortieth anniversary will
b celebrated by . luncheon to ha followed by
brief addresses from former pupils and friends ;
the same evening tlio graduates of the year will
re.iJes.iajs nud deliver orations iu Fort Street
utiurcn. rroi. Aiuxanuer uuu Jirs. uuunguaui
will aUto contribute to thu recitations.
A ttxeTih'a was held in the bchnot-room of tbe
11. C. Church In Fort street on Sundsy,-where it
was resolved to wait upon the lit. lUv. Ulnhop
Maigret, requesting him to take such steps ns ho
might deem necessary in order to clear tip tbe un
certainties ami disagreeables which liaie sur
rounded the position of the Her. Father Larkin
since his arrival in this eity. The Itov. l'relaua
listened attentively and was much affected by tho
action taken, nnd promised that as soon hs tbe
impending trial is concluded, he will give his be6t
attention to tbe matter and endeavor to meet the
wiahes of his flock with equal justice to all con
cerned. The meeting for tbe annual election of officers,
of the llawatisn Mission Children's Society, was
held at the residence of Dr. O. M. Hyde, on the
evening of the 4th imtt. About eighty members
were present. The follow inu are the names of
those elected; lnident, W. O. Smith; Vice
Vro-iident, iter, A. O. Forbes; Recording Secretary,
. Dempais; Corresponding Secretary, Mis
Chamberlain ;; Homo Corroondinfl Secretary .
Miss Bcrel(lTTasnrei. wTw. Ssli I Elective
Member of Bo-rd. Mev. B. .
Mrs. Dr. Whitney.
Trie re-Rnlnr nnnnal meeting of the Hawaiian
Evangelical Association will not bo held this yenr.
Tho members of tho Association on this island as
sembled at Kawaiaho church last Tuesday, nnd
owing to tho quarantine, which prevent members
cm tbo oilier islands from attending, it was de
cided to meet ngain on Thursday of this week,
when llin rrmrta of the officers wero presented,
nnd nn adjournment mndo to next year, tlio pro
sent officers retaining Ihelr places during tlio en
"MAJorr. Vf. Maifaiilane of Knlakana's staff,"
sajs a Sui Francisco paor, "arrivec bv the t'tttnf
Sydney Inst evening, in company with" II. H. Fow
ler, of tho engineering and rallwny-rontraclttig
firm of John Fowler ,fc Co., I,ceda, England. Mr.
Mncfnrlatio will Join tlio King In IjottdOn nnd
makoatour of tho continent, withtho viewof look
ing into the labor question, which is now n peri
ods matter nt tho Islands." Mr. .Macfarlano is
expected to return to Honolulu by tho City of
Jin. Tntiust lias shown us n copy of tho Itan
goon Gazette of March ffiilh, which, in noticing
"Thrum's Annnal " for 1881 alludes to tho erec
tion of rico mills in Honolulu and Hays : "Nothing
is said of tlio description of fuel burnt in thesu
rico mill, and it might pay their proprietors to
consult with soma of tlio numerous owners
of patents in Durum for burning paddy husk iu
lliem." If paddy liuak can bo made tisi of for
fuel it would bo well for our mill owners to inquire
into the matter, ns now it is a sonrce of oxpetiso lo
get rid of it, nnd fuel Is very costly hero. It would
bo n material saving if it could bo successfully
utilized for fuol.
Tim programme put forth by tho Committeo for
tho rnces to-day comprise fifteen events, with very
fair purses. 'Iho entriea wero closed on Saturday
nnd show Iho names of several old favorites nnd
n good number of now competitors. Tho road
now is In good order nnd tho causeway over tlio
heavy sands will enable tho visitors whether on
foot, in saddle r carriage, to reach tho l'ark with
out trouble or inconvenience. The gato money is
fixed nt CO cents for horses nnd carriages nnil 1!."
cents for"pedeslrlaliS, with of course an additional
fee for tho right of cntreo to tho grand stand.
Wo hope tho result may tirovo as satisfactory as
tho programme is promising.
Last Tuesday niglit nnothcr difficulty ovor a
small debt occurred among soino Chinese on Nun
aim street. Ono Liu Sing was asked to pay a bill
of nboul $nml agreed to pay nil but llvo cents,
nnd over tho payment of this trilling sum n quar
rel ensued, nnd Liu Sing wns sot upon by threo
of his countrymen and pummelled Kovorcly. Ho
went to tho I'ollco Office to get out n warrant for
the arrest of his assailants but was lold to comn
back in tlio nioruitiL'. Liu Sine, however, could
not wait till morning, nud getting a hatchet wont
to tlio liouso whero tho threo Chinamen wero nud
watched outside 'for them. About half past ten
ono of them, Ah How, came out, and was attacked
by Liu Sing nnd cut very badly about tho head.
Jjiti Sing mndo his escape nndnns not been found.
Ait How, who is from Wniluku, Maui, is now at
tho Queen's Hospital nnd is doing well. This is
tlio third affray of this kind that has recently taken
placo among our Chinese residents, but in the two
former cases, the injuries proved fatal.,
Last Sunday nbout 11! o'clock, a Chinaman
named Nip Kiu, visited Kip Chuen Sung, a coun
tryman living on Liliha street, to collect a small
bill of thirteen dollars. Tho latter nsktd for timo
to settle tho bill saying that ho could not pay it
then. Uut Nip Kiu insisted upon immediate pay
ment, nnd uiioii beings further Importuned for
moro time, ho shot Kip Chuen Sung. The ball
entered the back, struck the eleventh rib and
glanced off down into tho muscle, nnd entering tho
abdomen nbrnded ono of tho intestines. Tho
wounded man cried for help nnd Mr. Sheldon nnd
some natives who wero near by secured Nip Kiu,
and dressed Kip Chuen Sung's wound. Nip Kin
was taken to tho Station House in an express.
Tho pistol us(;d was found in n taro patch. It was
half-cocked and had ono empty chamber. Kip
Chuen Sung was taken to tlio Queen's Hospital
aud at first did not appear to suffer much or to bo
in imminent danger, but on Tuesday he becamo
much worso and c'ied nbout 10 r.M, on Tuesday
night. Nip Kiu lias been committed '.ior trial nt
tlio July term of the .Supremo Court, charged with
feloniously killing und murdering Kip Chuen
The flags of tho various engino houses wero
hoisted throughout tho day last Monday on tho oc
casion of the election of officers of tho Firo De
partment for tho ensuing year. Tbo polls wero
open from 7 to 9 p.m. Mr. Ueorgo Lucas for Chief
Engineer nnd Mr. John Nott for First Assistant
had no opposition, but for tho position of Second
Assistant there wero threo candidates James
Dodd, Jamc3 Lemon nnd Jtobort Lowers. Tho
latter was elected, tho vote standing : Mr. Lowers
87. Mr. Lemon G7 nnd Mr. Dodd fiO. The newly
elected officers wero called upon for speeches. Mr.
Lucas alluded to tho recent accident nt St. Louis
College by which No. 2 were such henvy losorf, nnd
in behalf of tho Firo Department thanked tho la
dies of Honolulu and the members of tho Finn
foru troupe foi their assistance to that Company.
Tho Pacific Hose Company and a number from
tho other companies then adjourned to the room
of tho former where a lunch was served, after J
which singing and speech-making occupied tuo
timo until about 11 o'clock. Chief Engineer Lucas
and Mr. Miller favored tho company with recita
turns, nnd short addresses were mado by Messrs.
Lowers, Gulick, Tannatt and Stratnnieyer, nnd
songs were sung by Messrs. Thoiiins, Jordan, Kck
ley, Nott nnd Welch, and ono of thu members of
Hawaii No. i chanted n portion of a native wtlf.
The caso of Itichard Lowin vs Now York Life
Insurance Company wns tried before tlio Supremo
(Jourt in banco tins wecK, .Messrs. uastto tu ttatcu
appearing for the prosecution nnd A. S. Hnrtwell
nud 13. 11. Austin for tho defence. This was an
notion brought by Mrs, Lewis, Administratrix of
her late husband, Samuel L. Lewis, to recover
$5,000 life insurauco. Tho case was tried nt tho
April term of 1880, when a verdict was given for
the plaintiff. The defendant took exceptions to
tho rulings nnd directions of tlio Court, nnd being
sustained by a majority of tho Court, a second
trial wns had, nnd to tlio rulings and directions
given nt that timo. tlio exceptions now under con
sideration were taken. A majority of tho Court
Judges Judd and McCully rendered n decision for'
the defence which ooncludes as follows: "Asa
verdict for the defendant is the only ono that
would be nnthorized upon the law nnd tho un
disputed facts of this case, we think the crooer
courso now is to order judgment (or the defendant
iiou obstante veredicto, and it is so ordered. " Chief
Justica Harris dissents from tho nbove opinion,
nnd dissented from tbo opinion of his associates
filed on September 2Sth, 1880, granting the motion
to sot asido the verdict, nnd tho ordering of n now
trial. He adds : " Having sinco woll reviewed my
reasons given at that timo, I see no reason for
changing my opinion : and inasmuch as I then
thought that tho verdict should not lie set nsido,
and a now trial granted, it follows Unit J. must
now respectfully dissent from the conclusion which
tho majority of tho Court have reached. "" t '
Followino nro tho Police Court proceeding for
tho week; Thos. Murphy, drunkenness, fined $5,
costs $1. Mrs. C. Townsond, assault nnd batter)'
ou her husband, scnteucu suspended for tendsja
at the request of the prosecution. Mra. O. Town
wnd, maintaining n common nuisance, sentence
suspended for ten days nt request of prosecution.
II. Kdmund, Androw Jtoss and Frcntor, drunken
ness, each forfeited lf(5 bail. Aon, larceny, re
manded subject to thu order ot the Court. Wo
Chung Hin nnd Ah Kuw, larceny, sentenced to two
mouths imprisonment each, nud to pay &) costs.
Nip Kin, assault with Intent to murder Kip Chun
Lun, committed for trial to July term of the
Supremo Court. Lukeln, drunkenness, lined $5,
costs $1. Knwcolawe, truancy, iMIe iroieaui en
tered bv nrosecution. Au.' c. concealing small
pox, fined 50, costs $1.40, August Fernandez,
larceny of $1100, remanded to Kith lust. Jolm Kio,
larceny, sentenced to four mouths imprisonment
nt hard Inbor nud to pay 1.20 costs. Kawalia (k)
nud Aknnikl (w), ndultery, former fined S) nnd
L'.W costs, nud thu latter lo and .f2.C0 costs,
l'nelo. assault and battery on his wife, discharged
ou payment of if I coat. Louis Dubois, embezzling
public monies, remanded subject to the order of
the Court, ilth tho consent of tlio prosecution nnd
at the rcqueat ot defendant's counsel. David Ka
npa, nssault and battery on his wife, lined $15,
costs ?X Joe Davis, common nuisance, lined $10,
costs &M0. Kawai, same charge, null prosequi
entered by prosecution. Louis Dubois, remanded
from 7th lust., committed for trial to Supreme
Court. Ah Hook, procuring liquor for native
Hawaiian, lined if 10, costs $1, or iu default, sen
tenced to sixty day's imprisonment nt hard labor.
Mrs, Maggie Miure, couimou nuisance, fined $10,
costs $3,40. Civil Code. Wcnmr t Co. vs. Jainca
Kenup assumpsit, judgment for plaintiff for full
Mini amounting with costs to 818 1)3. A. F. Cooke
vs. F, Sorgeufrcl, assumpsit, judgment for plain
till for full sum nmonnling with costs to $17.54.
Mrs. D. Sherman vs. D. Tooney, action of trover
for a horse, case dismissed with costs, $.'1.50, to be
paid by defendant, case appealed to Supreme
Court. Knlimakahi nnd Cat Sing her husband
vs. E. II, Kiel I, proceedingi fur summary posses
sion, continued to the 17th. Segelken Co. vs,
W. C. Jos-s. rAnuspsit, settled out of Court, costs
$2G. A number of casea were continued to the
The following in regard to Miss Annis Mon
tagus and Mr. Turner is from the Sydney Mall of
May 7th; "The success of the Montagne-Tcrner
Opera Company is now assured, as far as Sydney
in concerned. The Company is not only efficient,
but the principal vocalists, Miss Annis Montague
and Mr. Turner, possess such excellent qualifica
tions for the lyrio drains that their efforts alor.s
constitute nn evening's enjoyment. Physically.
Miss Montague is not suited to the character of
Msrltsoa, but artistically we could not find her
equal at the present moment in these Colonies.
Mr, Turner's splendid tenor usually curries
tho audience with faim, but the lover ot tsaoie,
with tbe appreciation of the twre notes of a cul
tured voles, asset feel thai Mis Montague's
singing constitute IU cliUf artistic ofcano of U
Opsrs. ok is too true an artist to coart Btbc
iag spplaaae by burst o florid vosaliaatica at
the cost of tbe oompoasr, and waatavar taay,ba
tia ehanaurof tbawuaioitaa wtdanUlBMeuii
thoroughly In keeping with the p.ut she has to
sustain. Mr. Turner liss a magnificent voice, tho
qualities of which ho Is never relnctnnt to dis
play, although it may sometimes be to the detri
ment of tho mnslc. Ho acts with dash nnd earn
estness, excellent evidence of which Is afforded In
his unusually te.tllsllo strngglo with tho gnards
nt tho Closo of tlio second net. In tho concerted
music In which Mis Montngne nnd .Mr. Turner
npponr, they nre seen nt their best. They thor
oughly understand tho secret of acting Up lo each
other.'' Tho snmo paper of .May 11th Bays .' "Tho
new vocalists, Miss Annis Montngno and Mr.
Chatles Turner, hnvo found Hint tho tssto for
Kngllslt oiem is ery strong, and these most
popular works of Hallo and Wnllneo hao occu
pied tho Company nt the Oalety sinco tho opening
niglit, nearly four weeks ngo, Very mneh of their
success Is doubtless dun to the performances of
tho artists whose names nro nsoclnled with tho
Company. Their nbilities and nttrnetivo vocal
powers nro Indisputable nnd I gladly givo them
their full need of praise, nnd it I beennso there
Is nincli good in their work that nny Haws nro
tho moro noticeable To listen to Misi Mon
taguo's Ringing nnd lo watch Iter intelligent act
ing nro pleasures ncceplablo to nil J nnd in each
of tho operas, ( " Holiemian Girl" nnd "Mnri
tana" ) tho position of tlio heroitio In the last act
nllows for indulgence in magnificent toilet. Mr.
Turnor'n grand voico still betrays signs of his bad
cold, nnd tho hnblt ho has of generally singing nt
high pressure canics hltn to uso far moro force
than necessary. Mr. Turner's voico would fill n
very much larger theatro than tho Gaiety, nnd tho
strniu ho puts upon it now is bnd for him nnd
The weather on Kauai is still lino.
The telephone Is in good working order between
Lthtio and Knpaa.
OS tho 1st of Juno H. Knhale, a constable, died
?uito suddenly, nnd Ills doalh Is much regretted,
t is n loss to tho pollen force of tho island. He
wns nn honest nnd industrious man nnd a good
Christian, and leaves n largo family well brought
up. By his industry nnd economy ho built for
his family it lino residence, tho best liouso on tho
island own id by n native. Ho was takon to his
last resting placo on tho 2nd, nnd his funeral was
We can be thnnkful that tho prevailing dlscaso
of Honolulu has as yet mado nonpponrnnco hcroj
but lomj continued quarantine must inevitably
havo become irksome to all, nud create n hanker
ing alter freedom. '
A few weeks of dry woather up to nbout'.tho COth,
of May had brought tho roads to n very dusty state
and rendered tho atmosphere generally uncomfort
able; but pleasant showers during tho past few
days'and nights hnvo brought relief by 'laying tho
dust nnd cooling tho nir.
A TAnEWELL pirty was given to Mr. nnd Mrs.
Williams ou tlio night of tho 2nd Inst, nt tho liouso
of 1J. 11. vtila JJsq. ino ovening.waa utio, aim tno
population of tho district well represented. Dan
cing and nn occasional song served, its usual, their
part iu tho entertainment, nnd ths guests wore
rendy at 11 to evince tho quality of their appetites,
and do justice to invitingly spread tables. They
separated after 1 A. M. feeling that thoy had on
joyed a very pleasant evening.
A rEW Norwegians a lino looking set of young
men sent to one of our planters in tho district of
Koliala, havo mado n very Kood and encouraging
begining, nnd is to bo hoped that no misunder
standing or spirit of discontent will creep in to
mar tho satisfaction they havo so far givon. Good
workmen who nro faithful to their omnloyors nnd
their contracts, doing their part to make work run
smoothly, will not fail to bo appreciated, nrid work
for their own good in tbo end. Lot thoso who
hnvo been longer settled in the country and accus
tomed to tho language (English) lend their aid to
continue harmony and secure tho good end.
Letter from His Majesty's Suite.
On tho lfith of March, tho Princo loft Tokio. Ho
was escorted to tho railway station by soveral
thousand troops, nnd nttended on nil of tho high
officials of tho Empire. Ho reached tho Admiralty
Houso in Yokohnma at 3 p.m., nnd nn hour later
went on board of tho Tohio Muru, ono of tho
steamers of tho Mlsbi Dish! Company. On tho
17th, tho steamer reached Kobe, and at G a.m. tho
Princo took tho train for Kioto, tho nnciout capital
of Japan. IIo was thora received by tho Governor
of tho city, takoti to ono of the ancient Buddhist
temples, then to tho old palaco of Iho Mikado,
which is now desorted ; various Industries wero In
spected iu different parts of tho city. At 3 p.m. ho
took tho train for Osaka, where ho Inspected tho
mint. After that n Japanese dinnor with dancing
nnd singing took plnce. Tho Princo took tho train
in tho ovoning for Kobo, arriving there nt 11 P.M.
Ho went nt onco in tho Governor's carriago to tho
rcsid'enco pt Mrs. Peter Gulick, and nttor making
a short call, returned to tho Government houso,
whero he received tho Consulunr Corps, nt mid
night. Ho then returned to the steamer, which
left nt i) a.m. for Nagasaki. During thu following
day tho Btoaraor passed through tho great Inland
sea of Japan, and tho next day reached Nagasaki,
whero a royal salute was fired by tho ltussian man-
of-war. Tho Princo wont on shorn to a placo pro
vided by tho Governor. The weather whs unfavor
able but ho inspected tho Government docks nud
tho publio gnrdens. Ho planted a tree near ono
planted by General Grant. On tho following day
he received visits; among thorn was ono made by
' Commodore " Fiubur, who bad visited tho Is
lands iu 1825. Tho same day the steamer loft for
Shanghae. Sho is commanded by Captain Swain,
who in former years, was in a vessol trading bo
tween tho Islands and the Coast. At Nagasaki the
threo Government officials who had attended tbe
Prince from Tokio left, bidding him farewell on
the boundaries of the Empire.
On tho 25th of March tho Prince landed .in
Shanghae; he was at once called upon by the
high officials ; tho China Merchant Company ten
dered him a steamer for Tientsin. On the 27th
tho Prince left Bhanghao in the I'autah, tho swift
est steamer of tho China Morchanw' Company ;
she wns put entirely nt the disposal of tho 1'riin.c,
no passengers being permitted on board. She was
in fact, converted into a royal yucht, und put un
der his .orders, to move directly lo Tientsin or stop
nt every port, to remain wherever ho wished her
to remain. On tho '28th the steamer nrrived nt
Tientsin. Tho Tuiitai, or Mayor called in tho
morning. Tho day following tho Princo was taken
iu u Bcdan chnlr lo tho Viceroy's Plitace. The
Viceroy is Ll-Hang-Chuug, the General of tho
Chinese armies : thu Interview lasted nn hour. On
tho following morning he returned thu visit, and
was received by the Prince at the steamer. Tho
Viceroy made many inquiries about Hawaiian
matters. Ho said hu understood that the Chinese
in tho Hawaiian Islands wero well treated by tho
Government, and ho thanked thu Prince for it,
Mr. William French, of Hawaiian birth, visited the
Princo several times. He holds ntr excellent po
sition in the Custom House, and is considered a
valuable man. Mr. Tong-Ktug-Sing, the General
Manager of the China Merchants' Steamship Com
pany visited the Prince n number of times. On
the 1st of April the Prince dined with the Viceroy;
about twenty persons were present ; the dinner
was served in half Chinese, half Earopenn style,
nnd was attended by thu chief oftloials of Tientsin
and the Consular Corps. At the request uf tho
Viceroy, Mr. Toiig-King-SIng, tbo, Manager of thu
China Merchants Steamship Company, read the
loiiowing loueti -iiiny it pieaee your Majesty
that 1 call upon the gentlemen present to drink;
with me to the health of the King of Hawaii,
whom it has been my good fortune to welcome ns
tbe enlightened Sovereign of those nourishing Is
lands of the Pacific, where many thousands of the
subjects of my Imperial master have found fair
fields for commerce and labor, kind treatment and
justice. Loug live Ilia Majesty Kalakautt." At the
request of the Prince tbe Commissioner replied to
the. toast, haying that under tho Jurisprudence ot
the Hawaiian Kingdom all men were equal before
the Uws, nud it was the aim uf those who admin
istered justice to guarantee to foreigners the same
protection as that given to the natives. On Hie
mottling of the 2d uf April tho steamer i'autah,
went down tho river to the mouth of tho Peiho,
whero a royal salute was tired from the forts, and
tho flags ot the troos were displayed on the ram
parts. The Prince received sous valuable presents
from the Viceroy. On the Stb the Prince arrived
at Shanghae and became the gueat of Mr. J, 1.
Keswick, tho head, iu ShanghM, of the firm of
Jardine, Matheaon fc Co. In the evening of the
6th he dined with the Toulal at Mavor, in Chinese
style. On the evening of the 7th Mr. Keswick en
tertained him at a large dinner party, Mnsto waa
f nruUUed by the band of the Hichnund, through
tbe kindness of Admiral Cllly. On tbe (Kh he took
tlfnn with Mr. Denny, American Coral, and in
tbe evening attended a small dancing Batty, after
wuiou u in laser uy ateaiu lauaaa oown taa
river to the Hongkong boat
Report of Um hull-pox Mwftt-1 ,
For the week i;ndm at 8 A.M. of Friday, Jnna
10th. 1881s ,V ...
Patients In hospital Jaaesrd , ,..,
deceived froai town.. .,..., 4
Droksoatou prcuil.4..,.,.t 3 7
.'!..,., .,,.,.... 0
..,, ....,..,, w
lUiailuIng June 10th, 31
Koksaa ifi'i au-rantlad fu nr '
patients, 88, making tbs total aaabw ia tba fta
1 of ftUOVA.
Honolulu, Jbm lOtb,
"fry mi fiftimtn-f -r