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BY E. P. ADAMS.
Mortgagee's Notice of Sale
LAND AT MAKAWAQ. MAUI.
Ily Direction of H.3IL'i:ii bTAIALS,
The mnrteng named In ft certain Indenture of Moit-
V.. '.i.,n. in s.iil'saniiicl Staines. I am directed to
i II a .11 J' ' .......------ --
,ci, at Public Auction, on
Snturclny, 18th day of June, 1881,
At tnjr Sales Itoom In Honolulu,
ALLTH&T CERTAIN PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND
SUnat. at Makawao In the Island of Maul, nnd wnrn
partieiilitlr described in Ib-yal Pal'tit o .-SbO. end
containing in arm of H acre.
Kor farther particulars rI""l"( nnou N-
Attorney for Mortgagee,
Or K 1 ADAMS. Autt r
Valuable Rortl Estate on Hotel St.
Saturday, : : : June IStli,
At U o'clock noon. at Hales llnom, 1 wllloScr
t fiubllb arllun. the well known
Minuted on the floulh-Wcst corner of Hotel and Illch
nrd Streets, nml containing nn arm or ,Ui
fathoms 7 feet
Ami also the premises on the makal fide of Hotel St.,
opposite Snow Cottage, nml containing en area
ilf 9 chains falhoma anil II feet.
Healthy and ecntrally located, Title perfect, deeds at
expense of purchaser.
Tor further particular apply to Cecil Drown, All y,
Or II. I'. AlltM.N, Aiiefr.
Ily Order of the Assignees of the Estate of
CI1I.NO ON .t CO., Bankrupts,
ON SATURDAY EVENING.
Juno IS, t7 p, in., nt Salesroom, will be sold,
THE ENTIRE STOCK
USE JEWELRY. WATCHES. CLOCKS. ETC.,
t'ntiiUdiii; In nrt nf
NEW HUNTING CASE SILVER WATCHES
Hollil Oold Sleeve Buttons,
1'laled and l'cnrl Collar Buttons and Shirt Studa,
CuiTl'ina, Shawl Pino.
Ladle.' Drrnst Pin and Kar-rliigs. In Bold A plate;
Solid Hold Finger Kings, ladles' and guitlcmcn's;
Hold King wltli Stones,
Silver und l'hit. ,1 Chains,
Silver Tongue Scrapers,
Gpld lockets and Medallion Charms,
Yellow. lied anil Japanese Crystals,
Silver Tooth Picks.
Slbcr Hair Plus, (lold Tipped Pencils,
Sliver llracelet., (lold and Mlldr TUlmblca, '
hpcclaclea, Hair Ornaments, 4
NICKEL MARINE CLOCKS,
Morocco Jewel Cases,
Klght-lMy btrlVlnu Clocks. BU Hour Clocks,
Music Boxes, Ilcgulatur Clock", tic, etc.
Goods Roiuly for Inspoctloii on Day of Sale
SALE POSITIVE AND WITHOUT RESERVE.
K. I1. AliAMS, Auctioneer.
REGULAR GASH SALE
ON THTJSRDAY, JUNE 23, 1881,
At 10 A. M. nlNntce Itoom.
Dry Goods and Clothing.
4 Now Sowing Mnt'lilncs,
it Xew Fairbanks' Counter Scales.
E. 1 ADAMS. Auofr.
IIAdiiiiiiistrator s Sale
Notice la hereby ct en that under an order of the 8n
preme Court made In tin) Kiutu of Jercmlali O'Neil, I
am dlr"Cted to sell, by ordrr of Alex. J. Cartwrlght,
Admlulstratnr of tho estate of the ealilJertrulali O'.Si'll,
decratid, at Public Auction
ON SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1881,
AT U O'CLOCK M. OF THAT HAY,
At my Sales, Itoom, tjneen Street, Honolulu, all tho
right, title and Interest of the said Jrrcmlau O'Nell,
deceased, of, In and to
That curtain LMuco or Parcel of land
(Situate on King Street, Honolulu aforesaid.
And more particularly dcsctlbeil as follows: Commenc
Ins at a point when) t'i house und lot Joins the pieml
scsof Samutl Johhsou.purchasedbybliu from lllchard
Huberts, and runnlliit along Klni; street till It Joins the
premises unw In Ilia occupation of Pakl's clerk, say
about IM feet luch. and runtilui; back about lUUfict,
the width of thn back lictliUtury 1 1 feet, and belli-; ja
Nn. 5 of the block ol bnlldlu: erected and sold by suld
ltlchard Hobrrtsiui the lot of laud puriha.td by him
from A. Kaeothl belnz the most ea.lcrly portion of
aald block, for further pattlcutai,tiiulroof
E. 1. ADAMS. Auct r,
Or Cicti. llrtoww, Attorney at Law.
Notice Is hereby given that under an order of the Kn
Sreinc Court, m Ii io the Estate of Bdnant Ererttt,
ecased, ( aaiUlrrclwllsell by older of Alu, J. Cart
wilulit. Administrator of the EsUto of the said Edward
Kttrett, at Public Auction
ON SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1881,
AT W O'CLOCK M. OF THAT DAY,
At ray Salea tiooni, Qnten street, Honolulu, Oahu, all
the right, title and Interest of the said Edward Everett,
deceased, of, In and to
That certain Piece or Parcel of Land
Situate at KuUuluhiu Plains, Honolulu, Oahu,
And more particularly df scribed as follow s I lleglnnlng
at the west ancle of Lunalllo and Pcnsacota streets,
thenc rMfulufNotth ' W.'.t, line UsrltigAV) tct
alunc Lunalllo litest; South?! VC West, line bearluje
40I feet alnoz lots ItU and &- South !' East, line
bearing 4U (ret alnnx Kluau strevti Ninth 31" Ii' East.
line Warlni W feel along 1'eusacol street to Initial
point; are JSI.IUI smuro feci.
For fufllMr reticular I, Inquire of
Or Cicil Pau. Attoruejat Law.
THK TW4sTMY HHICK AHB M.ATE
roof building on Uueeu Strt, adjoining Uolica
A Co., lauly occupk-d ly IJollUter X Co. aa a ware
house. ALSO, tho lower Aoor aod cellar ol Ihe building for-
rornx ai Mictroan joa auauiaciwy oi iuuub
r w pusawMW eoijUKa I
,, H0IX15T KX ii CO'.
FOR SAN JRANCLSCO
The American IlrtrU
,'g XXolc ji"V. .A.lmy
Will hftvo quick dispatch for abovo porl,
I'or freighter passage apply to
MS U CASTI KA COOKE Agent.
roil saiv J1 j i ivy v i sco.
The American narkentlne
Vfir PEHIMMAS, Master,
Will have Quick Dispatch for the abovo Port
For freight or passage, apply to
Kim" ii iiaVKKKMI COArsnls.
YORK AND HONOLULU
fl'i: aoiixtn or this 1'oimii.ar mm:.
J Me.r W II. t'rorr.an Ilros . o 118 (.ham
her Street, nw Yolk, will dispatch a first class tessel
the lattrr art of )lay or inrly In June for llil. port
I'artle. Ui.lrltiR to ship by Ihla faorlte line "III for
ward their orders early, to secure the necessary room
Krtlnhl at lowest rales.
CASTI.K A COOKU.
HI I ,1m Si Agrnleln Honolulu.
III.MI, I I .HAHIMt.
Tuesday, .Inno 7lh, Bpm.. ...
Tuesday. .Iiini'llth, S p m
Tuesday, nint'lst, A p In
l uesiiay, j uno -aiu, o p in .
artr .Vo 4'rrilU fur I'nMnite Jlniiry. -uu
nnless Hi'Ci'liti'il lur.
Freight Money Due on Domnnd.
In all ca"s nf frelrjht for parties not responsible, or
unknown, the frcluhtmoney will he required In advanco
ia;k.;i:s .ri.itnoits mi m.M Mi's,
m: I'f.Ai.fi.v .iiakki:i
Knr the party whom they arc for, or plainly stated In tho
receipt to whom they arc consigned.
All demands for damage or loss must be made within
In no way liable for loss or accident to lite stock.
tjfi llnck Drivers, Hoys, and such like, will not be
allow cd on board the Steamer on arrival, until after tliu
passengers hnvu bren landed.
HIT W1LDE1' & CO.
WILL SAIL FROM HONOLULU
Monday, May lfi'.ti at 4 o'clock p m
Thursday, May '."Cth at 4 o'clock" p m
Monday, June lith nt I o'clock p m
Thursday. June intli nt i o'clock pm
Monday, Juno -Tth nt (o'clock p m
TODOHIXO AT 3IAAI.AEA:
Tue'day, May l'Ui at .1 o'clock a m
Friday, May STtli it :i o'clock a m
Tuesday, June Til ut II o'clock a m
Friday, Juno l'tli at :l o'clock a m
Tuesday, June !Mth ut 3 o'clock am
AllIirS'INO AT KAUi
Wednesday May lth
Wednesday June Sth
Saturday June 18th
Widnisday June 1st
Saturday Jnnc llth
Wednesday .June iS-'ml
Saturday July Vnd
TOUCHISO AT MAALAEA:
Thnrsdiy June '.'nil
Monday June 18th
Monday July Ith
AimiVIMl AT HONOLULU
Friday June 3rd
Tue.uay June 14th
Tuesday luly Sth
BM : 4t T. R. FOSTER & Co.. Agonta.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
THE Kl'I.KMHI) STE.VM.S1II1-
CITY of NEW YORK
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
Oil or about Monday July 4.
FOE SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND!
Tin: nri.i:Mii KTr.AHNiui
On or about Saturday, July 0,
For Frc'ght and 1'jusagc, npply to
817 In. 11. UACKFIU.D ,t CO., Ak-eilta.
OoniU lor Nlilpmrut per Nlcnmcr enn now
bo Ntorrtl, FrcMi ol Clmrno, In the t'lrti.irool
WiirvtioiiNO ncitr llio hlfiimor HXiurf.
A. FRANK COOKE
AOENT FOUT11K I'OLLOWINO COAbTElltii
Wnilcle, (ZSt Mnlolo
Waloll. jVja Xlllu,
Wiilohn. -4r?(MA Walmnlu,
Grn. SIcroI 2iISi Kalnna,
FLAO-lted with While Hall. Onic-Conicr of Rneen
Ki; and Kuiuuil Street. 1
From Honolulu to Hilo Direct.
The A 1 Cltpyar bchooncr,
Will tall fioin Honolulu to llllo illteet.and will call at
Intermediate Porta on the return trip.
For Freight or I'aisage, apply to the Captain on hoard,
1 Jt or" A. tl'NK COOKE. Agent.
PLANTERS' LINE 0R SfiN FRANCISCO
.itt O. Drowor A. Co. Agonts
tAVae Merchandise received Slorate 'i
and liberal cash advances made on shlnm
Ements by Hits
line. TStUy C.llltEWEHA
HJNOLUIU AND SAN FRAN CISCO
PRINCIPAI. OrriCES-Ko. 110 Suttor
Street. San Frnuclsco, nnd basement of
'.Hawaiian Hotel, Honolnln.
THIS COMPANY WILL FORWARD
Packages and Baggage.
Advances Mado on Consignments.
t'OULECTIOXS and COMMISSIONS
OF ALL KINDS
General Express Business
Attended to promptf? in all part of tho
A Heuengsr will be dUpatthsd pat each atU
RtWMrt begtaniBS next Jan.
A.. HERBERT, .
StfiMria'ffKiiVNs'vi Jltitpitl-IH hlamji, ,
38 3m Hawaiian Hotel. .
Superior Clarett in Caiki,
AUoan Asoriwtt(4tiw-WntiA LlqHsn
4) In VD. gOrrSCHLAXGIK A CO.
We positively diclinc to open accounts for Passages,
and wo particularly call the attention of the traveling
tmlille tothorncessltyof havlne llagaapc and l'rcliht
plilnly marked; the Steamer will not ho responsible
for any unmarked Ilncjace, or for Freight or Parcels,
IHL03NT -X7-JT. -7V001.
A NOVEL FRCBT WAGON
From Ihe l'acJlc Rural Prtu, San Francisco, April ID.
A itK nioNorxrin) a giii;at
.V Success by all who seo and uie them. All Inter
ested In Farm and Freight Vehicles may ret as.nrcd
that th- Duels Iron Wagon Is the legitimate product of
anew Irdusiry which haaalrsady become standard and
permanently established. The Importance of this ln
entlon cannot well bo over-etlmated. The Inventors
have experimented for ten years to make an Iron wagon
that combined every advanlige of A wooden wagon and
none of the disadvantages.
Success lmo Crowned thoir Efforts.
The IMvM Waton I" enn'tntctcd of wrought Iron
parts, united by skillful workmanship
It is just as Light mid just as Cheap
A a wooden wagon, while It la claimed that It la
HANDSOME IN ITS PROPORTIONS
Will 11IIX liAhlMlnnd I.ANT IXI'IMTKI.Y
Ml.MlCIt than any wooden wagon
Thn Introduction of Ihe Dail Iron Wagon marka Iho
beginning nf a new era It has been adoptid by the
United States Oovernmcnt as an
AKjIY WAGON rOKFItONTIEK SERVICE
And cry reientlynslnlcordcrwa received fnr5,Ono
running gears complete, foi Herdlc Coaches In Eastern
UPON THIS COAST
THE DAVIS IRON WAGON
Secured very favorable testimonials from those who
have tited them:
Mountain IUnciio. Madisov, I
Yolo Co., Cal., March 1, 1831. f
Davh Inov Waoov Co.!
Oenllimmt Last year wc purchased several of your
No. 1 Header Wagons, and niter subjecting them to tho
most thorough practical teste, we find them to be In
every scn.eof the woid nsneces.. We used them dur
ing last harvest, nnd they wero the easiest running
wagons In the outfit. After harvest they were tisid hi
hauling grain. Though guaranteed for 4,CU0 pound.,
much of ihu time they carried oier B.WX) pounds. From
our experience wc are convinced that their cnrryln"
capacity Is only limited by strength of spindle.
Tho wagons mentioned have been In constant uso
"Ither as header wagon", back actions, or 'arm trucks,
'mm the time they were procured to the present day,
nd sae Iho slight wear of palm and tire, thy are in
nt a. rjoud condition as when they left the inanufac
ory Nn repairs hno been neceseirv, and the Indlcn
on. arethct none will be necessary fur year, to come.
Tho DjIs Iron Wagons have been tested In the rilny
seasons, and we aro Informed by our Foreman, Mr.
Thomas, that the wheels clogle-S In Iho mud, especially
In adobe, than those of anynthcr wagon.
In short, the Davis Iron wagons meet our approval lo
such an extent that we lime adoptid them on our
ranchos, and henceforth shall use no other.
Very truly yours,
LOWE & SCOTT.
Beg to announco that they havo been appointed
Sole and Exclusive Agents
For the Davis Iron Wagon
For the Hawaiian Islands.
The No. 3 Farm "Wagon
May ba teen at their Store, and all who aro
Interested In the subject are Invited to
CALL AND EXAMINE THE SAME.
Circulars sent free on application.
Dillingham & Co.,
Solo Agents for the Davla Iron Wagon,
Importers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, Paint',
Oils, Lamps, Chamloliors, and
Fort Stroot, bot. Merchant and King,
at , Honolulu, II. I.
1x Tin: Ntii'itrMi: coiiiit or tiik iia
rallin Islands. In the matter nfL. 11. KEKH, an
olVKed bankrupt. Before Mr. Justice Judd.
Order for hiurlng.
On reading and Ming tho petition of Ed. Iloffschlic
sud Company alleging that one L. B, Kerr nf Honolulu,
in Uu Island ut Oahu, Is Indebted In them In the sum
of eight hundred and ninety three MJ-IUO dollars, of
lilch hu Ins refused and failed to inako navment for
the (en days and mora after Ihe same hud matured and
baeu presented to him or payment and praying that
jin order do Issue, tn the Marshal to tako possession of
flU L. B. Kerr's property and to put Ills storehouses,
cnaallnghonsos, cdVcts, books and papers under lock
nl aral, and that a funhir order be made Axing tho
time to hear the said parties and decldo the question nf
eal L. U. Kelt's bankruptcy If disputed and that said
K B. Kerr lx udjudged a bankrupt and the said peti
tioners having lUcd their bond as required bv law. It
is nlered that ten o'clock A. M., of WtlDAY tho Slth
day of Juno. A. I). IbSl, bo and 11 hereby Is fixed for
healing the said parties and deciding the miction of
saU bankruptcy If disputed And alto that tho Mar
ehsj do now take possession of the said L II. Kerr's
prejerty, and do out his storehouses, counting houses,
Herts, books and papers nndir lock and seal to await
fiirticr order of L'uuiu And also that notice of said
lisenii2 be published In the Saturday l'rcsa newspaper
In Mild Honolulu for two Insertions.
Honolulu, Juue8Uilb3I. A. KKANC1S JUDD,
Altral! A. Hoa, Justlcu Supremo Court.
Ucpnty Clerk. 41 at
Siri'ltKMi: COU15T I1AWAIIAK".
Islands. In the matter of LAM CHOCK.Iof Hono
Julu. trader, an allegid Bankrupt. Before Mr. Justice
JoV.ully. Order for hearing.
m reading and Itlinr the petition of Samuel (1.
IVUIer, alleging that one LAM CHOCK or llono,
Jnli.inthe Island of Oahu la Indtbtedtn the Arm of
WUderit'o. Intheaum of eloven hundred dolllas or
xiicrralwuta of which he has refused and failed to
uitkapjyment forten days and more after the sumo
iit matured aod been presented to him for payment
J praying that an order do l.sue In Ihu Marshal to
sake possession uf raid Lam Chock's property and to
Jiui bis storehouses, counting homes, erfects, books
tind papers under lock and seal, and that a further
order bo inailu ffxliirj the time to hear the. said parties
und decide tlto question of said Lam Chock's bankropt
.y Is kisputed and that said Lain Chock bo adjudgtd
bankropt and ihe said petiitopry having tiled their
bond as required by law. It I ordered that ten o'clock
A.M. of WEDNESDAY the tiid;yof June A. 1).
lvil, be and It hereby I. fixed for hvarin? tho said par
lies and deciding the question of, said bankruptcy If
disputed. And also last tho Marthal do now take poa
esilou of the said Laui Chock's property and do put
Ills slorthousrs, counting houses, effects, Uioks and
lupcra undrr lock and seal lo await futher order of
Court. And also that notlco of said hearing b pub
lished la ihe Saturd-iy 1'jes. tiewsnaper In said Hono
lulu for two consecutive weeks.
. skajJ LAWHKSCE McCULLY
Allesti A. Kosa. Justice Supreme Court.
Deputy Clerk Supreme Court. 41 St
'UrilEME COUIIT OV THK JIA-
1. 1 jij-.uij vwuiii' vir ri.iir 1
nallan Islands In Bankruptcy. In the mall
sKl'll V. I'ICKEltlMi. a volunury Bank
fore Mr. Justice Judd, at Cambers.
Order of hearing.
Joseph V l'lckedngof Houolulu. In the Island of
Oahu, having come bjfom me and (Iceland himself a
bankrupt as provided In Section VH ut the Civil Codt,
It Is hereby ordered that the Clerk of the Supreme
Court do Issue an order to the Marshal of the Kingdom,
In take possession nf the property of the aald Joseph
V Pickering and to put his store boosts, counting
house, effects, books aud paper under lock aLd seal,
and It Is futher ordered tht KKIUAY the Kill day of
July A, II. IMI, at ten o'clock A, M at the Court
lt.viiu at Alliolanl Hale at Honolulu, be the time and
place fur bearing aud deciding the questlai ol bank,
ivptcy and that notice nf such hearing be published In
the oaturdar Press for three coosecuthe ureks pre
v lous to such hearing to tho end that all parties Interest,
rd may then and there appear and skuw cause If any
thsr have wby the said Joseph V. I'lekeilng ihuukl
uut be declared bankrupt. Aud all the Creditors of the
aid Joseph I'lckrrlug may then and there appear
and prove thtlr claims aiamat said Estate.
sial Wltutss my hand aad the seal of the
Supreme Court this 10th day of June A.
A. FRANCIS JUDD,
Attcitt A. Bosa, Justice Supreme Court.
uepuiy biers. 41
Cuw Cll la S aad 5 saltan cans: Lard Oil. la
Wndi aud Clai, - for sale tysKJLtli A Co.
Following H tho Ilonnl of Henllh'mimall.poi re
port, with list of ileatliF, for Iho Island of Oahn.
for llio week ending I'rldny, Jnno 17, at 12 M.:
Small-pox cases reported since last report n
Casea previously reported 771
Tolal small-pox casea reported 771
Number of deaths since last report...... 0
Number previously reported 2S3
Total number of deaths "ssS
Placed In quarantine since last report, at Kohololoa
Hospital , pj
Placed In quarantine since last report, nt residence !W
Placed In quarantine nt last report.. 153
jiiscuargcu well....... ,
ltcleased from quarantine, kokuas
. --..,,...,...., tti
Total In qcarantliio this date 101
J A. IlAsstioEn, Secretary.
.TOne of tho i! new raret broke out in this Quar
DErAnrjiEST op iMEiiiun, llnreau nf Immigration, I
Honnlalu, Maynrth. 1831. f
The Board of Immigration will ecevo applications
from parties desirous of engaging Portuguese laborcra
from St. Michaels, to leaic that Island by a vessel fol
lowing the Buffotl, to tall In about two months, and to
arrive here (d. v.) about December next.
It Is proposed, not lo limit the proportion of females,
but to arrange that tho part of the passage money of
women paid by Ihe employers, shall be refunded by a
deductlcn of a per month, from the wages of the
women, and their husbands or fathers, till that part of
the passage money be refunded. The Board of Immigra
tion to pay tho oilier half of the passages of Ihe women
nnd all of the passages of Ihe children, which ate to be
limited to two to each family,
Tho terms nre to be tho same as per lllghjtyer,t
Contracts for five years at eight dollars per month for
men, five dollars per month lor wonun, with suitable
food and lodging, en long as they continue to work un
less prevented by sickness from causes beyond their
Employers to pay the Hoard of Immigration S100. one
hundred dollars for passage and expenses of each adult
male, and $V). fifty dollara for passage Ac, of each
adult female, (the Inst to be refnnded as above stated.)
The Board nf Immigration, pay for the Introduction
of these Immigrants. Eighteen pounds sterling for
each adult, nnd half prico for children between - and ' I
years of agu which Includes all expenses of securing
contracts, passports, medical service and pa.sagcs.
'Iho Board furnish credit for three fourth, the pas
si4C, aialKblc In London after the vessel sails from
St. Michaels, one fourth piyahte hero on arrival, sub
ject to nny claims, for non adherence to the conditions.
Tho immigrint'a must all come under contract ap
proved by tho Board, uu number of passengers guaran
teed. 1 he Ilonnl pays cost of exchango nnd Insurance
and Is put to ceitnln expenses here. Any persons
desirous of entering Into urrungements for Introducing
Immigrants from St. Michaels on more favorable terms
will pleasoappl lo tho Board of Immigration.
II. A. I'. UAUTKIi.
853 President Board of lmmlgiation.
Licenses Expiring in June, 1881.
1 Thou Lack-, Tort St.. Honolulu
1 UArrrilcrn. King St.,
1 Apau, .Monnalna, "
a Custle .t Cooke, King St.,
T -Manuel .losepli, Lllliil St.,
7 J. II. llnms, Jr.. lintel st '
7 J. W. Crowd!, Hotel St.. "
14 J. II. Ilruns, Sr Esplanade, '
II O..J. I.'mmes, 1'Ish Market,
11 Han lira's, cor it'nuauu A Queen Sis., "
31 Yon Hop, Hotel St., "
23 U. W. Macrarlanc A C, Queen St., "
S.1 Anloun Marshal. Iirrctami bt "
2." Look Shu (lie, llrretaula St., "
23 lau lice, .Nuuaini St., '
I Thos. II. Pnrls. Wallnkn,
1 Wong Kong. Wnlhi u.
:t Ahol A, Anil.IIamakunloa,
r. J. Lima, Kelenln, Mnlokul,
14 Ah Tim A Ahnl. Walluku,
lti Mossiuau A AmUrson, Makanao,
in I.um Sun. Kahulul,
22 C. Aluaua, "
It F.T A I f . -II A W A 1 1.
1 O. Apana, Knhalun, K. Kona,
:i Con On Chong, Hunokiia.llauiakaa,
I Ah Ten,
7 Chung Sing A Co, Unlaws, K Kohsla,
10 ,Ias Hichardson, l'udiiiehu, '
10 .Ids. Illchurdson. Kuiopihl, "
11 M. Knhnln, N. Kohal.i,
SM Chong l'cu, Wnlohlnu, Kan.
21 '1 hompson ,t Co, Kaloplhl, N. Kobala,
30 Allc.i X Stackpolc, Knwalhae, S. "
2 Catlc Cooke, Klnc St.. Ilonolnln
a r A. Sihacfcr A Co, corKaaliumann A Merchant sts
I (i. 1). Vredlh, Queen St.,
1'J M. S. (irlnbaum A Co, Queen St., "
II E. lloir.chlaeger A Co, cor Merchant A 1'ortbt"
22 (!. W. Macfariano A Co, Queen St.,
2a Lcwcrs A Cookv, l"oit St.,
4 E. 3. Cunha, Union Hotel, Honolulu,
WHOM 1I.U-.SVI HIT.
2-i O. W. Macfarlaue A Co, Queen St., Honolulu,
3 J. I). Parts, Kona, llauall.
22 E. Jones, Maul.
2 Leo All Yan. Hotel St.. Honolulu
7 E. CI. Uoodman. Hotel St., "
7 C. Apana, Punnluu, Kau,
7 Hobt. YonOchlhaSen,'. Kohala,
7 Ah Chon. NawlllwiU. Kauai.
7 Ho San. Kapaau, 7. Kobala,
7 Ahon, Wnihuc, Maul.
16 Hart ilros, cor Nnuann A Queen Sis.,
23 Ah Wana, Walluku, Maui.
i A. C. Conchcc, Knpaa, Kanal.
2a Koo Kcc, Walmca, Hawaii.
21 Leo Pat, Jlalku, Maul.
1 Y'oup Hee, Wnllnkci Waal.
1 A. Kaopulkl, Waialua, Oahu.
3 I'ikao. Llhue, Knu.il.
Ill J. M. Puaakunl, Makawno, Maul.
25 J. Hums, Labalna, Maul.
1 Joaquin Gracta, Walluku,
1 Hart llrof, cor Nuuanu A Queen Sts.
Kamehameha Day at Kilauea Plantation.
SatunUy last opened clear and pteanant and
promised to bo n fine day, but nbont 9.80 a.m.
tihowers sot in. l'rcparntlotiH wero 1cIiir mado to
dudicato tho new llutuo of Kilauea Plantation, nnd
nt thin time the luiuw wero engaocd in catling out
their different cnniM, who nsHombled ut tho ollico,
n motley crowd of Yankees, Ilritishers, Germans,
Swedes, Portuguese, Chlncso, South Sea Islatidera
mid natives, ilr. Ijonc, our book-keeper, m
rutifrcd tho procession, which wan lc-tl by lima and
mechanic, after whom o:unu the different natlou
nlities, nnd tho lino of march led up to the top of
our nuw ditch, Mr. McPio was distinguished for
his firm seaton a splendid buy horse. The mid
taken wna by tho new flams nml nlong thu ditch
nbout otia hundred yards, where the cwaliera
stood facing rach other, And allowed thoso oil
foot to cross a liridgo over tho ditch, they thorn
sehes having to go a moro roundabout way.
When all wero assembled nt the head of tho ditch
n heavy shower ennio down, seemingly on purpoea
to christen thn opening of tho gate. Alter tho
rain RUbaidtd, Mr. .Mahol, thunativo parson, col
lected a fow kanakas and wing the Hawaiian
Anthem, "Hawaii ronoij" this was followed by
.n.i, , . a .. V..-.....d 'I !..., ih f?.. .... !.... ..r...-. ,1...
l.UIMIIIU MJU1U.I A,V(4 .fc. V,UllUlitl n,llK kllU
Uritleh national nir, tho band together with a
large number of llrilUheru joining in tho chorus.
Mr, Loii',' then gavo In good style, "Tho Btar
Spangled linnuer." which was followed by tho
" Watcli on tho lthlne," sung by tho band master
of the Kilauea Hind. '1'hls part qt tho pro
gramme was finished by tho singing of a moat
melodious solo, the national air of Sweden, by Mr.
Johnsone. Mr. Mnhoi then ottered up a short
prayer nf tcr which Mr. McFis went to the head of
the ditch and opened the gnte, which Mr. Mollcr,
the Chief Kngiucer. continued to scrow higher un
til the full force of water was running through.
All litis time there was immenso cheering, and the
Chinese then and during the whola timo were pro
f uso with their fire-crackers. Wo all then wended
our way homeward. One thing I must mention
is tho pretty sheet of water abovo tho dam. It
would seem as if ono wero in tho " nuld country "
on any of the lakes there, were if not for the tro
pical troci and ferns growing nroand it. Mr.
MoFle, tho btita aud mechanics, Opt. Grant and
l)r. Fitch, twelvo in all, repaired to the restaurant
nnd sat down to a plentlfnl repast, prepared by
oar most worthy cook, Mr. Williau Collin. Many
toasts were drank, the most prominent of which
was the one for the prosperity of the Kilauea
Plantation, proposed by Mr. Long. Capt. Grant
nml Air. Mcllo oacu miulo fluent nnd well-worded
speeches. After dinner tbero was nothing to do
tuitll evening but to look nt the kanakas running
home races at the store. About 6 p.m. the sugar,
room doors wero opened for tho "nigger per
formance," given by tho Kilauea Hand, Mr.
Parker being tho head lurm of it. The stage and
room were very Uatef ally arranged by the said
gentleman. Over the stnge were placed English,
American, Polish nnd Hawaiian flags. A number
of good aotigs wero given, the boat being tboso by
a iiaartetto' of kanaVss who sang two or three
unlive songs in irt, Mr. Dean carried the audi
ence with him in hu splendid performance on the
liones in which he was accompanied by a native
on n concertina t ba wo vigorously encored. He
also gave the well-known song, " There's a Letter
in the Candle." awl sang it welL Mr, and Mrs.
McFie, Or. Fitch and wife and Mr. Long were all
in attendance, and greatly added to the pleasure
of the actors. After the concert a ball was given,
at which the McFiee and Use doctor were preeeel.
The Kilauea Hand Rave soma capital Matte, and
Mr. Long often assisted tbeoi by playisa oa bia
oonoertiia. At twelve o'clock the party broke ap
and all went to their roapeotite houee, aad thai
ended one of the many Bteaaaal dan we saesd oa
UiisPUaUUoB. - u- C.A-6.
. ,tra is, iP3u
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will be charged J months
THOS. II. THHUM, Business Agent.
Kaiily on tlio 11 ill crowds of people, riding;,
driving nnd walking wnro on their way lo Kn
piolnni Park to bco tho races nnd the fun of tlio
day generally. Proceeding moro leisurely wo
roached tho courso nt 10 o'clock, passing nt
that early hour thrco drunken men, ono.nativo
nnd twoifioM on their way back to town nftor
their day's pleasure; two wrecks of boggles
wero seen on tho roadiidc. Tho wooden bridgo
nnd causeway over iho sands nru vast im
provements over iho rtuhcs of fortnor ycars
but what a pity it is that tho former is not ns
wido as the latter. On Iho bridgo it roqitlrei
careful steering for two buggies lo pass, but
on tho causeway two vehicles can pns't oasily,
with spaco if need bo for n horseman bctwoon
them. Of tho racing, as such, wo cannot speak
cry highly, Tho best one, lo our mind by
fur, was for tlio King'ti pitrso, won for P.
Wundcnbitrg, by Mark Twain, lidden by
Duchalsky, against Campbell's Black Thorn,
ridden by Q. Agnow, This was n two milti
raco nnd was striven for gallantly; it was only
towards tho latter part of tho second mllo that
tho horses parted company. Ulack Thorn is a
vary liatulsomo horso nml fast, but proved to
bo inferior in stuyiug qualities to his gamo
Of the trotting matches, that botween King
William and Littlo Giant was unquestionably
tho bot. llio King was sploudidly handled
and trotted to perfection, wbilo thuGinnt broko
repeatedly and badly. Tlio htirdlo raco was
well ridden tkotigh Hannah catno to griofat
tho third hurdle. Willi legnrd to tho htirdlo
races wo would suggest that tho fences bo not
pitched so far apart. Tito first should bo nt
the bend nt tho Diamond licul side of tho stands,
nnd visiblo thcrofrom, mid the last bo brought
up nearer to tho distance post, in which caso
tho vast bulk of spectators would bo ablo'to
seo two hurdles taken without craitmg their
necks and straining their oyes to seo jumps in
Ah another point in future nrrangeniomts. wo
might suggest that tho " names, weights and
colors " bo mado public beforehand, and not
altered when tho horses nro nt tho post; also
that a. limit of timo Lo assigned for scratching
horso. It is a disappointment and bewilder
ment to tho public to seo jockeys changed nnd
horses withdrawn after thoy aro otl tho courso.
H.icea against timo nro also eminently unsatis
factory to tho spectators, though in tho caBO of
General Garfield tho challcngo was fairly de
livered and farly won. A functionary called
"Clerk of tho Scales," considered vory im
portant in older racing countries is wanting
here; his duty is to weigh jockey and saddlo nt
the moment boforo saddling nnd again nt tho
conclusion of tho raco. In England, Franco or
Australia tho winner (or second to save stakes)
rides straight in to tho weighing stand under
pain of forfeit. Of tho assembled company wo
can only say that for so largo a gathering it
was peaceable nnd well-behaved.
Ono or two of tho bandsmen woro early ovor
como by their oxortlons or something clso ; n
fight or twooocurrod in tho courso of thoaftor
uooii. The tUutids woro well filled, nnd in tho
Uoyal stand woro II.U.II. tho Princess Itcgcnt
and Ilia Ex. Governor Dominis, tho Princess
Likcliko and tho Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, Gonoral
nnd Mrs. Cattily, tho British Commissioner,
Mrs. Wodchotiso and family, tho French
Commissioner, Madamo Poor and family,
Monsieur Katard, Uonorablo J. M. Kapoua
and 31 1 a. ICapcna and several other prom
inent personages. Tho high wind some
what marred tho pleasure of tho day and ladios
woro struggling with their hoadgcar through
out tho day. On the way homo wo counted
five breakdowns by tho roadBido ; but tho day
was enjoyed in poaco nnd good ordor by a vast
majority oi tno people a low mounted con
stables would Imvo been useful, bo nlsu would
havo been ati efficient "Clork of tho courBo."
Wo hope, next year, to seo not only longer lists
of entries, but moro horses at tho start. Tho
following aro tho races ns run :
Mule Race Pureo $10.
Oinier. Xamet. Bidtr.
Dan Duchalsky "Kate" Duchalsky 1
Geo. Agnew "Minnie" Agncw (B.-ued stakes)... 'J
Queen's Purse 5160.
H. G. Treadwny "Ycnns" W.Jloddcnson 1
Chas. Lucas "Lnllah ltookh" Patterson 'J
C. Macfarlaue " Katie Leo" King 3
J. A. Cummins "Stanford Colt" (distanced)
Honolulu Purse $12.1.
.Tub. Campbell "Gloucester" G. Agnow, 1
D.J. Green "Komping Girl" G.Lako a
Gibh "Trno Blue" Duchalsky A
Htallion Haco Prizo Medal.
Jas. Dodd-" King "William " McClcIlan 1
T.W.Lishmnn-" Llttlo Giant "Green a
Timo 'JM ; 2.fiOJf.
Citizen's Pvrso $160.
J. A. Mchrtcn " Dan ltico " McClellan 1
D. J. Urcen -" Dcuauco " Green (distanced)
ximo - JiJ.
Lunalllo Purse f UO.
D.J. Green "ltoraping Girl" Lakn 1
V. Wundonlicrg "MnrU Twain" Duchalsky. ...2
Hoy's Purso if W.
D. Duchalsky-" Why Not" Duchalsky... 1
T. W. Lishiunn "MnMki Wondor" Lake a
Five started, 'lime 2.0Gf.
Kamehameha Purse $200.
II. G. Treadway " Commodore" Hales , .1
Oliver's best timo '.'.iH , 2
'Time 2.at ; 2.K)f.
Knplolani Park Purse $100.
O. Mncfarlano-" Oen'l Garfield " G. Agnew 1
Time 2.02 , 2
Princess Kegcnt Purse f 175.
II. G. Treadwnv "Treaty" W. Hoblnson....l
Chas. Lucas" liallah ltookh " Patterson. ..... '-
C. Macfarlaue " Katie Leo" O. Agnew 3
Tirael.G3tf s 1J5U),'.
King's Pnrso f 200.
F. WnndciipergVMark Twain" Duchalsky.. ..,1
Jas. Campbell " Blackthorn'' Agnow ...2
V. J. Green "Rally Black" (withdrawn).
Sporting Purse $25.
Billy Chrfrlton "John Ball"....
Kal uohe " Kaasa '', ,
U. Adams "Ilukaaka "
t t t e e.
Lndies' I'urso Hurdle Usee $150.
O. Lucas "Stranger" C. Duncan , 1
II. G. Treadwoy "Jimiule" UueliaUky...
1. Hllllniau-"lIannaU". (dUUuoed)
l'ool Hurdlo Uace $35.
Uiel Kapu, won, tiU.
Foot noca-200 jarda $35.
Albert Bray, won, 22
O.v Thursday morning Miss II. K. Barnard,
second daughter of Mr. J. 13. Barnard, Clerk of
tho Supremo Court, was married tq tho Iter.
J. Merrill. The ceremony took plate at St. An
drews' pro.Cathedral, the Bishop of Honolulu
and the He v. T. Blackburn oSciating. At the
hour named, 10.30 A.M., the Cathedral wu
filled wjth fricsda and well-wishers. Tho
brijejrrooia accowpanied br Wray Taylor
Eh, a Uat was, arrived ifat, avi alter tly
afterwards tho brido leaning on tho nrm of her
father entered tho Cathedral, tho choir singing
n wedding hymn. Tho introductory part of
tho acrvico was read by tho Kov. T. Black
burn and tho marringo ceremony by tho
Bishop. Tito Ilcgister having been duly
signed, tho Bishop delivered a short address
from tho altar Bteps nnd tho company left tho
Cathedral, whilo tho nowly wedded pair re
mained to parlako of tho Holy Communion.
A quiet friendly breakfast party assembled at
tho residenco of Iho bride's parents, nnd a
little dnuco was held in Iho evening. Tho
brido wns tastefully attired in whito cashmcro
and sititi with a laco veil, nnd n wroatfho
orango blossoms and tho bridesmaids in vory
pretty dresses harmonizing with that of tho
bride. Tho bridal proscnts woro many nnd
tasteful. Wo wish tho y&ung pair every hap
piness. NOTES OF THE WEEK.
How nbont tho celebration for tho Fourth of
Tnc Satuliy School children held a picnic nt
A jurat between "Gen. Garfield" and "Gen.
Hancock " is nrranged for July -llh.
Mas. II. A. P. CAmr.n aud Miss'Cnrtcr roturncd
from tho Coast by tho CVfy tf Syrlnty.
Two fixprows and a dray woro requlrod to tako
the mall to tho LlktUte last Tuesday.
IL.It.II. Iho Princess Itegent hasgono lo Wnl
nlua to join her husband, HU Ex. Governor
OsiNors wero offorcd for salo in Port street this
wcok at eight to ton for a dollar I Limes at tho
rato of two cents n piece.
Two largo framo buildings nro being erected on
King street on tho Waikiki nido of tho new brick
extension of E. O. Hall & Son.
K. Bos. W. II. Burnt, M. P., First Lord of tho
Admiralty has purchased forX'2,000. Millais' un
finished portrnlt of Lord Bcuconsficld.
Titrnr. will bo n meeting of tho V. M. C. A. nt
thoLjcoum next Thursday. An entertainment,
mainly readings, will bu a lenturo of the evening.
A new shed has boon creeled on tho Esplnnndo
nt tha foot of Fort street, near tho ono recently
built. Tho plank flooring is now bolng put down.
Tho chlncso steamer ittt Foa arrived from Snn
Francisco on Tuesday nnd anchored outside. Sliu
brought tho uowspvpur parcels for tho news agents.
H.B.M.S. Thclis saluted tho Hawaiian flag on
Monday morning with 21 guns. Tho saltito wns
returned from tho Punchbowl battery with n liko
It is rumored, no, niierted, that n certain pro
minent capitalist undertakes to direct tho politi
cal lino of argument to bu followed out by ono of
Tnn Wanderer, n magnificent steam yatch bo
longing to Mr. Lambert, of Coquirabo, is expected
to call hero shortly in tho courso of her projected
cruirtu arouud tho world.
The surf was so heavy at Waikiki last Saturday
that tho Mokolll nnd iriifnitinao did not carry pas
sengors. It would havo been very diilicult, if not
impossible, to land thu boats.
The BaroneBS Burdett Coutts, has rccovorcd tho
magnificent sapphira nnd diamond brocho which
sho lost nt n recent drawing room. It wns found
by a sorvnnt in a lobby of tho palaoo.
We nro glnd to see tho communication in tho
Gazette ovor tho signatnro " A Catholio Layman,"
beciuso wo feel suro that ho might equally well ,
havo signed himself "Ono who knows."
A cnicEur match is arranged for this afternoon
between cloven of tho II. C. C. nnd the officers of
tho Tlietls. Tlio lattpr, however, cannot mustor n
full tenm, and their wide will bo made up from tho
II. O. C.
Tun Government nrtesiau well nt Makiki is now
down 020 fcot and is in hnrd rock old lavn. Tho
wator is still about 115 feet below thoBtirfaco. Tho
borers nro progressing nt tho rato of nbout live
feet per day.
H.B.M.S. J7.ef.' Baluted tho British Commis
sioner on Monday, and His Ex. Governor Dom
inis, ropresonted by Colonel W. F. Allen of His
Majesty's staff, on account of tho Governor's In
disposition, on Tuesday a.m. .
Alt, who intend taking part in tho pnrado of tho
" Antiques and Horribles " on tho Fourth of July,
nro requested to meet nt tho rooms nf tho Pacibo
Hoso Company on King btcet this evening nt "CM
r. si. to perfect tho necessary nrrangements.
Lvst Saturday afternoon wator was carried by
natives front Waikiki to Kapiolaui Park in demi
johns and sold for tncntv-ilvocentsadrink. Thoro
is not enough water in tho Mnkiki reservoir to fill
all tho pipes in tho violnity of tho Park.
Ox Tuosday workmen coramonojd stripping tho
slntos from tho roof of the store on tho old Hud
sou Bay premises, recently purchased by J. Camp
bell Esq.; tho wooden buildings in rear of tho old
ndobo storo nro removed to tho esplanade.
Hon. Godtoui Uuodki has commenced work on
his block in Kaahuraanu streot, in order to get nt
tho causo of tho leakage in tho roof and nbout the
hoavy cornice ovorhanin tho street. This is as
it should be. Prevention is bettor than care.
Theue havo been a nuiubor of runaways lately
and ft fow vehicles havo been wrecked nnd two or
turoo persons injured, nnd yet noarly every day wo
seo little children in oarriages standing in tho
street without tho homo being tied or nny ono near
to look after it.
The road party nro getting on toward tho foot of
tho hill near tho Ico Works. Wo bono that some
attention may bo given to tho need of it sidewalk,
especially from tlio raaktti sido of tho Ono Mile
Bridgo to Judd street, as this picco is still almost
impa3ablu for pedestrians in rainy weather.
Tnu two brothers Bhodus wore brought up at
tho Polico Station on Monday, charged with
shooting at and wounding n nattvo on Saturday.
They wero remanded till Friday in order that the
extent of the injury might bo ascertained, as it
may yet prove fatal. Tho prisoners wero re
moved from the polico cells to jail.
Tub f unaral of tho lato Wm. Morley Punshon,
the celebra tod Wesloyan preacher nnd lectnrer took
place nt the Noiwood comotery, near London,
and wns attended by nearly nil the Wesloynn min
isters resident in tho metropolis r.nd tho provinces,
nnd n largo gathering of prornlucnt men, lay nnd
clerical of almost every Protestant denomination.
Dean Stanley, and many other eminent clergymou
A faiity of men Li engaged under Mr. Stirling
in drnwing the old piles nnd clearing tho wreck of
the retaining wnlf of tho wharf nt Brewer's,
which fell in last week. Tho new wharf will bo
run out nbout 10 feet beyond the old one. which
will enable n ship to bu berthed thoro without in
terfering with another on tho Ewa sido of tlio
wharf, fhe work will tako upwards of six wtoka
Following; is tho programiuu for tbo Band con
cert nt Emma Square at 4:30 p. M. this afternoon.
March Ksllroad, (new)., Kerapf
Overture ltnmllda and Cunstauae .....Meycrberr
Fantasia Adventures of Ihe Paladluc Ociten
Walt I Chanlilly Waldleufcl
Polka-The Colonel ;,,,I,nr;
Selection Itameo and Juliette, (new), Uounod
The Band wilt giro an extra concert on Monday
evening Juno 20th, nt tha Hawaiian Hotel.
Thk examinations of tha pupils of O.thn College
wero held on Monday nnd Tuesday of tha present
week and wero most satisfactory. One or mote of
the examining corumttteo were present during the
examinations and we look forward with interest to
their report. On Thursday afternoon there was n
meeting of tho alumni at the college to celebrate
its fortieth anniversary, and in the evening the
exercises of tho graduating clams four ladies and
tv rentlemen were conducted in the evening at
V ort Street Church. Notice of these will be
iu ..id elsewhere in our columns.
Tub fotlowlnff is from tho San Francisco .Vu-s
litter at May 28th. "Thoy havo a neat way of
wearing cheap labor for Hawaiian Sugar Planta
tion. Schooners prosily equipped, with lota of
gin, a good (tout crew and unlimited club, make
periodical trip to the Bouto Sea BJaud. Tho
confiding native it first well filled up, and then
persuaded to get on board. If ha proves moder
ately ncqalescent, he is held out brilliaut pros
pects of wage, etc., wbish, of course, dwindlo
down to working for mere food. K he proves at
nil refractory, he is well dubbed, and then taken
along whether he like it or not, One landed, ho
has no chance of escape, and almost penal terri
lade for life takes the plaeo of frdom in hi own
well-loved Island. That such n IraiHo in hooun
Seohabould bo carried on in tho nineteenth cen
tury U a dUgrsee to civilhutton and Ut Amerloau
flag." It la well known that tee Sea FraooUeo
.'-- Utter ia aster famous for vUspentioii tban
for vetaoity, -
H.P.MJJ. Tkslie taauposWe corvette of 1 JJW
ton. VO borc power Kiniaal aad It maa. iifee
baa been aUHeoed (t-a Ota la Use Sowta
iJsMfisaM MM U art At CalUO WsUa4 th ftjht-
Ing wai earing on which resulted In the capttirn of
Lima. Tho Theth sailed from Corpiimbo calling
nt Pitcalrn nnd Tahiti, from which last ptnenshn
was 21) days out. Following Is tho list of officers i
Captain Present W. Stephens.
lAeuttnantt-Stttj Knov, David L. Dickson, John II.
Pelly, W II. I, Oale, Arthnr ,1. Ilorsley.
rnaplaln Lorenrn Sheperd, It.A.
StaJrSarfeon ,!aines 1' Parr.
JMymnnter Wm. W. Blavney.
Vhlef KnolnetrVi'm. A. Stewart
."fui-.lreffftaftfa-WmV- urogan, Ernest L. Austen.
Engineer 3ahn Anderson.
(Innntr John Mills.
lloatiicaln John Clarke.
Carjttnter Thos. II Hooper
Mthtant Engineer Alfred D. Watson.
.Inlsfitnf Clerk -James O. V. Thaln.
I'oi.Loivisa nro tho Polico Court proceedings for
tha wrckt H. Dltnond nnd Antlnos, hecdleis
driving, fined $10 each. Oiovnnl. snnio clmrgp,
fincn 3.', costs 1, Jns. P. Band, ilmnkenness,
fined $10, costs $1J0. Jack Dwyer, Peter. Dick
lMward, Win. Campbell, T. Hrlckvredle, Keknnl,
Alex. Coffin. Ii, Jas. Savldge. ,l6hn Bilev, Knlftn,
Knhlonn, Kaawnl, Samuel, Mahnnn, Lifia Knnlif,
Tntmlml, Nun, forfeited ?0 raeh. Hong Hoolc
nnd Wong Pnt, nssinlt nml battery on Ah ike,
fined $10 each, costs "J'J.fiO each. Anna Hnrrigan,
disturbing tmiet of llio nlqht, nolle jmaeqnl, E. T.
lihodnsand Alfred Bhodus, attempt to murder
ono Molcn, It., rcmnndeil to thn 21th lust. Keo,
Tncobson, Palaltneltta, k., Knitlnhea, Ijoiih, John
Crowcl, drunkenness, flnnl $5 rncb, Kamne,
heodlrss driving, utile iirosenf. Nnkal, furious
riding, forfrltod $10 half. Louis Banchler, mino
charge, flhed $12, costs $1.20. Puuki, forfeited
$10 bail. Knai, samo charge, forfeited $10 ball.
Goo Kim, riding over bridgo faster than a wnlk,
forfeited $7 bail. Manuel Sllvn, same chnrgn,
forfeitcil $7 bnll. Mrs. Mngglo Jtoorc, common
nuisance, nolle ymequt. Civil record. Hlng Yeo
vs. Qhtitig M'n, nsstimiwlt, judgment for defend.
nnt nnd costs taxed nt$l.5j appealed to Inter
mediary Court. Brown .t Go. vs. Wing Tnl Pott,
action on promlt ory note, judgment for plaintiff
for full sum, amounting with costs to $lfi2.lni.
Cheo Ling vs. Chung Wn. assumpsit, judgment for
dofcndanl costs $J.50. Two cases wero continued
to noxt week.
Followino nro tho length, dimensions, etc., of
thn now ditch on tho Kilauea Plantation. Height
of dam, 8 feet: width of ditch, 5 fret) depth 2 feet
C inches. Tho ilnmo from tho ditch to tho new
main Hume is 2 feet by Ii feet, and the main Ilnmo
N 2 feet by H feet 0 inches. Tho present How In
tho dllch is .17 cubic feet, or 27G.70 gallons per
Fooond ; when completed it will carry double (tint
quantity. Tho distnnco from tho mill to the hend
of the ditch is two miles.
Mn. Moujtn, Chief Engineer on tho Kllauen
Plantation, has continued with great energy tho
work Mr. Mlllir left undone on tho now ditch, and
banfiniihed tho ditch In good form nnd In good
time, considering tlio work ho has had to do. Ho
has still to complete tbo dam .which ho will no
doubt soon inningo to do.
O.S Sunday, Juno Cth, tho schooner Anna,
McCnllock, master, nrrived nt Kahulul, 10U dnvs
from Aplos, California. Sho Is a fine vessel. On
Monday, tho filh, tho schooner CfniM SpreeM
nrrived, 15 dnyH from San Frnnclsco. Ten iwsson
gera arrived by tho latter vessel : Mrs. F. Ogdou,
Miss Ogden, Mrs. Wilcooks, F. P. Morrison, (). F.
Eaton, A. Magnry. B. Anderson, Itobt. Whito,
Chas. Muller, A. Lawrenco. Both of tlio nbovo
schooners brought down full loads or mnchlnory,
lumber, etc., for tlio II. C. Co., and both ill re
turn from horo with full cargoes of sugar. The
Anna leaves on Saturday, Jnno llth.
Report of tho Smnll-Pox Hospital
For tho week ending nt 8 a. m, of Friday, Juno
17th. 1831 : "
Patients in hospital Jnnc 10th ,
ltecelved from town 1
Broko out on premises 1
Discharged cured Is IS
rtemnlnlng June 17th 18
Kokuns nnd quarantined orsons other than
patients, in, making tho total number on tho pro
mises 01, exclusive of employees.
ClIAllLEH T, ItODOKUH, M. D.
Honolulu, Juno 17th, 1881.
From Our Hilo Correspondent.
Hilo, Jnno 0th, 1881.
Editor Sattjitoat Phess ! I wish I could writo
you something new regnrding tho flow from
Manna Lon. For tho last two nights wo havo
cccn moro of tho Hows than for several nights
previous. It would seom that wo of them must
soon emerge from tho woods. y-'ry few persouH
have visited them lately. tho patli thrpugh tho
woods must bo in bad condition ns we havo boon
blessed with considerable rnin during tho past
wcok. I imagine almost every ono in Hilo that
uau anyucsiro to see tlio lions Imvo seen ono or
moro of them. Wu wero nmused n short timo
since to seo nn nrticlo in n patior in Honolulu Mint
tho peoiilo in this placo aro alnrmod nliout tho
Hows. 1 do not thfnk Mioro nro any tint nro
nlnrmed. If thoro nro any, thoy keep very silent.
It would Imvo to bo something very startling in
tho way of news from tho (lows thnt would nfarm
us now. Wo wish it distinctly understood that
wo don't bcaro easily. Not a enso of small-pox
hero. J. A. M.
"There is a Tide in the Affairs of Men."
Mn. Editor : Thoro Is not only a tido In
" men's affairs," but also in tho affairs of Oahu
College Tho tido is rising with reference to the
College, nnd it Is to bo hoped tho long talked of
" endowment " has been commenced and will be
successfully completed. Tho gathering ypsterdny
nt tho Collego was n grand success, so nlso the
mooting last ovening nt Fort Street Churoh. Now
is nn opportunity for tho friends of tho Collego to
manifest thoir interest in a substantial way.
Let thoso who design giving for the endowment
or building purposes como forward and lot it bo
known what thoy aro ready to do. Mr. Cooko,
tho Treasurer, is ready to receive pledges, nnd it
tho contributors nro not prepared to pay their
nubfcuriptions, let them pledgo tho interest until
tho payment is made. 'I his is n common way, in
tho United States; tho pledges should, however, be
u note of hand.
In all tho addresses mado yesterday, the useful
ness and success of tho Institution was fully
reooguized. Its success is most vital to the wuli
belngotour Island community, both foreign nnd
nathe. Now is the timo for deedi as well as irorde,
A Fuiemd or Oahu Colleoe, ,
Houolulu, Juno liith, 1881.
Editor Satdrdat Pbess; A fow weeks ago 1
called your attention to what I deemed an error In
regard to tho time mado by a certain steamer of
tho "Whito Star" Lino between New York and
I find in Uarmr' HVetv of Mny Hth, 1881, an
item which confirms my opinion in regard to tho
error then pointed out, which Is as follows i "A
now Steamship Company has been nrgaidzed in
England, which promises to inako tho manage
from London to Now York, by the way of Milford,
within seven days. In tho summer of 1HTJ the
steamship Arltvmi, of thflGulou Line, mado thu
voyage from New York to Liverpool, (this should
havo been Queenstuwn) in seven days, ehjht hours,
nnd eight minutes. Titilt thefaiteit (line recorded
Itetirrcn Iiom jiarte.'l
Tho only discrepancy between tha above and
my own record of tho time, made day by day, la
that my account states tho odd minute at eleven,
while tho above give them a etyht. ' ' '
Am I tiot right in still believing the Arhona'e
time in 187U the shortest on record ?
Yours, respectfully, E. O. Hall.
We can only refer to the paper which we quoted
before Iron which gave the day and boor of tha
sailing aud arrival of tbo White Star Ship Britan
nic, and which we quoted literally. There I
probably a mistake cither In llarper't or Iron, bat
we cannot say which. The llrllatmh was built at
Belfast, nnd the. I risona we believe on the Clyde.
-Ed. Hat. l'nuw. ' '
SiAKER'aBCTUSl-Itev H 0 Damon, Chaplain. King
rtreel, near the Sailor.' Home. Preaching at 11 a K
Hcala free SabUlh School befrrt the rouralns; service,
I'rsjir mcttliijon Wcdaesday tveriogs at 7)f o'clock,.-
Fort Stiikkt Ciit'ucM Key Vf Freer, Paitor.'confsr
of Fort and Ueretanla streets. Preaching ua Sundays
at II A at aud IV, r x. Habbatu School atW a k.
br Aisdriw'. Catiisuhal English srrvlcesi lit Hv
Ihe Bishop ot Honolulu and Hev Thus Blackburn. Ha
walliu servlcsf ltvv Alex Mackintosh. , Holy
Communion; yJW, Matins and Sermon (llawsllsn)i if,
Matins, Litany and Sermon (English)!1!, Kvensoar
(Hawaiian); Ut), Kmisonr. aud SJnnuu (KogllakJ. .
Ilyiuns (English), morn lux '. Ml, IW; evrnlnKi 3st, '
KAVAtaiiAoCiivacis-Itev II II Parker, Pastor, Wax
street, above the 1'alaee. Services la Hswellan every
Sunday at II a a. Sabbath School at 10 a . Kvealea;
service, at TVs o'clock, aliernatlug with aUumakapllf,
District meetings la varloos ehspele st i r at. rreyer
mevtlLX f vrry weduesday a( ft r at.
KamAKAriu Cueacu Usv M Kuaea. I'aWor, Veil ,
taula street, near Nuuanu. Serrie.s In Hawillaa every
Suuaay at ICVi a n. Sabbath School at I4 A is. Kav
lug services at Its o'clock, alternating with Kawalaaae
I'rayrr mertlag every Wdn4y at Ji r -
Koata Cswauo Cacatti Uadei Use chare eaf.tst:!
Kev Bishop Malzrst. assisted by Rev Father Jfersaaaat
KortsUit.urMltUala. ServUe every a4aytl
iu a euq r m.
mmrnu nmmmmimuM -mtuju u
f vnr destfeUe reslsUaee ; So. M
AiMoe. KMiULului Uht loaaes. kltcbeu. t
IrexMa. servaatr rTj. casttt Kwsse, stabM sis) fsnit
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