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BY E. P7ADAM3.
Tlxis 3D ay.
Notlc la hereby frlven that under an order of the tin.
prrino Court made In the Estate of Jeremiah O Nell, I
am directed to stll. I,y cider of Alx .1 larlurlctit,
Administrator of tlieeslatanf the said Jeremiah O'Ncll,
drccaatd, at I'nhlle Aucilon
ON SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1881,
AT 13 O'CLOCK M OP THAT I)AV,
At my Haifa luwrn. Queen Wreet, Ilonnlnln, all the
right tltlnand Intrrcsi of tin) tald Jeremiah O'Nell,
deceased, of. In and to
TliuL cortuln Pleco or" JL'urccl of Lniul
Situate on King H ttrrt, llonolnla aforesaid
And mure particularly described a follow Commenc
ing at a point where this house and lotjolna llie nreml.
aeaof Samuel Johnson, purchased by hlin from Hlciiard
lloberts, and running nlong Kin? ilieet till It Join" the
premises now In the occupation of I'skl' clerk, say
about -i feet IS Inches, and rtinnlni; back about .X) fi et,
the width of Uie back boundary I.I fret, and being Lot
No 6 of the block of liulldliiira erected and told by raid
Itlchard lloberts on the lot of land purchased by htm
from A Kaeo- thla being the nioit easterly portion qf
cald block. For further partlculai a, lrnulie of
K V AUAMH, Atictr,
Or Ckcil Knows, Attorntr at Law.
This JD a. .y
J.ntlcc la hereby Riven that under an order of the Su
preme Unurt.mado In the Kstate of IMward Kverctt,
deceased, I am directed toicll by order of Ale. .1. Cart
wrlght, AdmlnUtrutor of th I.'aiale of the auld Edward
hmett, at Public Auction
ON SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1881,
AT 12 O'CLOCK JL OF THAT IJAV,
At my Hales lloom. Queen atreet, Honolulu, Oahu, all
the right, title and Intercut of the raid L'dnard Kverctt,
deceased, of, in and to
That certain Piece or Parcel of Lnud
Hltuato at Kulaokahua I'lalna, Honolulu, Oahu,
And more particularly deicrlbed na followa: Beginning
at the west angle of Lunalllo and I'ensacoln streets,
thence running North W W West, line bearing:) feel
along Lunalllo street; South tV- 12' Weal, line bearing
4U) feet along lota .?U and 3JI J South l 48' Hast, lino
bearing 47J feet along Kluan atreett North 21 IS' Kaat,
lino bearing feet along I'enaacola atreet to Initial
point! area 1W.0UU square feet.
For further particular, inquire, of
,. H. r. AUAMS.uct'r. A
Or C'bcil Uuuwk, Attorney at Law.
UNDERWRITER'S SALE !
At 12 M.at Salesroom Shed,
For Account of Whom it May Concern,
Will bo told in Lota to Suit I'urcbaacra,
720 Kegs and :.00 Bags of Sugar,
Jlora or leia, louden from
British Brig "Surprise."
A largo portion of thla aurar la In good order. Tho
balanco la more or Icaa damaged.
K. V. ADAJIS, Auct'r.
ON THURSDAY, JULY 21st,
At lO A. M. nlNntm Itomn.
Dry Goods, Clothing, Furniture,
A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES
Bncks Wheat, Corn nut llnrloy, Onions, &o., &c.
Pacing Horse " Defiance,"
1 BockT, 1 Set Hornsaa,
1 Set Donljlo Hnrnoaa.
K. 1. ADA JI a. Auct'r.
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS
PABTIES IN HONOLULU
' Or other parlaof the lalanda, f
CAN IIAVK IUKIU
Orders Filled at Lowest Rates
Hy appllcallon to Mr. K V. ADAMH, Qutao Street, Uo
bu our Ueicrlptly Calalocua (lh I'tlc.a.
ON HAND At THE STORE OF L.W. HOPP
Black' Walnut Bedroom Sets,
Black Wnlnut Nldulioardi.
lllnck Walnut Dining Chnlri,
Oak Cane Heat UIbIbb Chain,
Cedar Iledroom Het,
. E. P. tDMS, AGENT FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
MADE AND REPAIRED,
No. '.-J EMMA St.
'1 -appointed Aaaleneea for the talate of h.
Davlaa. of Makawuo, laUnd of Slanl, voluntary l'nk.
tupl, would hcraby notify all per.oua havlns any pro
petty or aflecla blonj;luB t the atld Davia In their
poaaeaalon, to deliver th fame to the underalgned
aiiliruco on or before tho 15th day of July, 1WI; and
allpcriont lndebte.1 la the aaU.littaletomake pay
maul of tha uuia bafnro tha mplutlon of thralMvo
dates othnrwta It will b pal In. the hauda of an at
tomty lot colltcllon. nllVK ,
, . 10H "rS&R&IA!.
MHonolttUjMayTth.imtl. t -SHH
-I AV. MACrAlUiAXK, AND H.
VX IL Jlaelirune, compria iu nrtn "i u
XacfarUne Jc Co,
Q. W. MACKAUU'OJE Jt CO.
Honolulu. July lt 1MI.
but 4 St
lUliard Table For Sale,
iy PEUFKCT OKDER. STKAIIIjK
L IIJUIIEtimtkai rhalan A Collcudercuhions
mtrblabed. Kir Mrllcularamcjulw t . . ..
U COMMKKOIAL IIILLIAKU l'AKLOH.
ut preienl occupied by Mr. J. A. ?"
,l'o.'.ea.lou lv U July. ' lrHuTT
mi K. BAMIKi. r. riffltlllMSIII AMI! KfcUMIV
,-WI VASUOOHS r w'5'i, KLViiif .'?n"
'ru from trita dale. A. W. rKIKUK A CO.
Honolulu, July Ut.lJ,
NEW YORK AND HONOLULU
riviii; aui:xti or this i'Oim'i.ar m.-k,
J Men. W 11. Crn.sman ,t Ilroa., No. till ham
lir Street New v.0rk, will dispatch a llrat elan vessel
ih latter Miit nf Mar or mrlv In ,lune for thli tort.
"-. . ' f . ' -''.. . -. . i .. ... "...-
itles desiring to snip ty una lasonie iinenm ior-
ward their ordera early to secure the necessary loam.
t rclghl at lowest ratea.
k CASTI.n A COOKE,
B.",7 8m S1' Agents In llimnlnln.
July 19, o p m ...i,, , Illlo
July 2fi, 5pm . Circuit at Hawaii
Aiiznst'J, 5p m .. , ....Illlo
Angust !), 5 i m Circuit t Hawaii
Augnst 10, 5 m Hllo
August S3, 3 p m ,. Circuit af Han all
AugustlW.&p m ...Hllo
September C, " p m .' Circuit f Hawaii'
September I.I.C p in ' Hit.
September 20, 5 p m I Circuit tt Hawaii
September 27, Spm.. Illlo
October 1,6pm Circuit ot llauull
e-B- .Nn 'rnllt fur I'liisnice .tlnnrjr. -n
uuleaa llr rlpli'il inr.
Freight Money Dae an Somand.
In all caaa of freight for paitlra not reantmiMe. or
unknown, tho freight money will be required l i?ance
IWCJi.M'I.S of f,;llfOIIS mill MI.MS Jtv.s
m: i'i.aim.v i.itici:i
For the party whom they are for, or plainly Mated lathe
receipt to whom they art coualgned
All drmonda for damage or loa muat be made within
In no way liable for Iom or accident to IHc atock.
fr- Hack Urlvera, lloye, and euch like, will net be
allowed on hoard the Steamer on arrival, until attri tut)
paaicngcra liatu bien landed,
MO WILUEU A. t'O
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
For San Francisco.
Tin: lUTEMiin 8Ti:amniiii
-in:v Ai.ir.it. 'om?iam(i:ii.
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or abont Monday Aug, 1.
FOR SYDNEY"VIA AUCKLAND!
Til K HI'I.KMIlin NTKAnfUIIV
CITY of NEW YORK
HKAIIUKY, Co ill in miller.
On or about Saturday, AuguSt 6,
for Kre'glit uud l'aaaaee, apply to
Rijan. 11. lIACItlr'Kl.Il.t tO.,Ageiite.
(JimiiIi Inr Nlilimpiit ier Ntcniucr run nun
lie NtrMl, t'rn ail 'luirKr. in the I'lrc-iiruot
Wwri'l"ini- near tin- Wtfiinirr W linrf.
AOENT I'OIl THE FOLLOWINaCOAbTI'.KS:
Wallolo, ( Mnlolo
Wuloll. xf Llliu,
Wnlohu, JWjVIV Wnlmnlu,
FI.AO lied with While Hall. Offlce-Corner of Qneen
tUi and Nuuanu Mrecta, 1
Prom Honolulu to Hilo Direct.
The A 1 Clipper bchuoncr,
Will sail from Honolulu to Hllo direct, and u 111 call at
Intermediate Porta on the return trip.
l'or Freight or Poiaapje, npplr In the Captain on hoard,
1 SJI or A. KIIANK COOKE, Agent.
PLANTERS' LINE JFOR SAN FRANCISCO
At C. Browor &. Co. Agonts.
Sx' Mcrclmiidlac received Mornirc I'rrp.
and liberal csnh adtancca inaila on rhlnmenta by this
line. iwiy u. imi.WKH .v uo.
A. M. MELLIS9
FOK THE NEXT 30 DAYS.
GOODS TO BE SOLD
SS por cent.lBolow Cost,
Prci lutts to laklnp account of Stock.
TO PURCHASES OP 85 Oil OVER
S PER CENT. DISCOUNT.
READ PRICES REDUCED!
' READ PRICES REDUCED'
Farmer prlcea pryd
rreaent prlcea pryd
Black Calmerca,. ,,.,,, ija ,,,,
Illack .Sllkarenadlne.... ITS
Ulack tillk Hunting 1 M
Illack Alpaca............. 75 ,,,
Velour l'oplln...., 1 in
Denlelle, De Lion 1 ?....,..,.
All ihadca ol . Satin 1 73 '.
Coloml FrcnclOlerlnoa,. 1 W...,
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS :
Knibrotdered Chemltea,. S S3,,
Plain Cbemltea I 00.,
Embruldcied Sklrta 3 CO..
Glujliam Sklrta 1 73.,
butnaicr Skirt. ....,.,,.. 2 S3.,
immoral Skltlf 3tO.,
Heavy Shetland Shawl... B W.
Bilk and Mohair bhawli.. 4 00.,
I'rtuceaa Jacketi 2 W.
Udle.'Coruta .' W.,
Udlea' Lacs Tie 10).,
LadUV Silk TU' 1 DO.,
Bargain! in House Furnishing Goods :
IteUmL Table Uuen I SO
While Damaak Table Linen 1 33
Unbleached Damaak Tabla Ltuen 100.,,, ,
Lace Curtalna , 73
llutaUn Towcla 73...,.,...,
LlnTweli ,..-, I W.,
White. Maravlllea Qullla, 10-1.. .. 3(0 2 00
While MimlUe Qutltv 'H TOO d 0)
Wblta Maraclllea QuIIU, 12-1 3 W....... 7 00
A REDUCTION of 30 PER CENT
HAS 11KKN MADU ON ALL
LICES, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, IC
THIS IS, A
Golden Opportunity for Cask Buyers
THE GRIAT BARGAINS
i am orruuma.
A. M. MBXXI0.
We positively dtcllna to open acconnta for rissa'es,
and wo particularly call the attention of thti tmalltiK
public to the neitnlty of baring llaggago aad VrelL'lit
plainly marked! the Steamer will not It rnptmttblo
foranr unmarked llaggacc, or for Freight 1'aicela,
A NOVEL FREIGHT WAGON
Trora the ratite Iturat Prm, San Franelico, April 16.
A IlK 1M10N01TCKI A OUKAT
j- Hurceaabjrnll tfhoaeeanil Uae them. All Inter
enteil In Farm and Krelpht Vetilclea rnajr real aitnreil
that tho Davla Iron Wacon la the leiltlm.ite prciluct of
nnew Iniliie trj, hicli haa alrrailj btrnmo ftnndiitiland
pcrnianrntljreetaliltahed. The Importance of thla In
entIon lanunt well be over estimated. The Invenlora
have "iperlmenlcd for ten yeara to make an Iron wagon
that combined every advantage of a wooden vn'uu and
none or thodliadvaiilaria.
Success hna Crowned their EffortB.
The Davla Wieon la conatructed of nrousht Iron
parta, unlud bj (kllltul wotktnonthlp
11 In just :ih liigltt and just ns CItcp
Aa a uooden woon, while it le claimed that It la
HANDSOME IN ITS PEOFOHTIONS
Will IH'N rANII'ltnnd I.ANT IM'IMTEl.T
MXll.lt than nnywoKlcn wagon
The Introduction of1 tho Tlavl tron Wagon marVa the
beclnnlnitof a m-w eta, It haa bein adopted by the
United Matea aoternnitnt na an
AK3IY WAdON FOK FKOXTIEK SEIIYICK
And very reieiitlynlnle order waa received forS,3
running xeara complete, for llcidlcCoachca In Kancrn
UPON THIS COAST
THE DAVIS IRON WAGON
Secured very favorable testimonial! from thoac who
have uacd thtmt
JfntiNTAItf ItANcnoa, .Mahitos, )
Yolo Co , C'nI., March 1, l(l. f
'Davib InoK Waoov Co.!
Otnlttmtn; Lout year we tiurchaied Several nf your
No. 1 Header WaKona, and after aubjectlne them lotho
mnt thorough practical teste, we find tlicrntobeln
'every eenpeof the woidn ruccefj. Wputcdtbem dur
ing l't hartcrt, and they wero the caelcM running
.watrone in the outfit. After hnrveat they were urtd In
hauling craln. Though Euarnntced for 'I.MiO pounde,
niucli of Ihelluif they carried over li.OOO pound, rrom
our experience we are convinced that their carrying
capacity la only limited bvtrenj:th of apliidlo.
The uai;ona nieutlnncd have been In constant neo
either nshtader wagona, back actlone, or 'arm truck.,
from the time they were procured to the prceeni day,
and aao the alight wear of paint and tire, thy arc In
Juel nEiMd condition aa when they left the manufac
tory. So npalra hae bien ncccnuiry, and the lndlco
on are that nono will be neceeaary for years Income.
Tho Davla Iron Wojona hove been lected in the rainy
eeanone, nnd we nre Informed by our .Foreman. Jlr.
Thomas, that the whetla clolera In theniud, cepeclally
tnndobf than thoie of anvot her w neon.
In hltort. the Davla Iron Wnpona meet our approval to
audi nil client thut no luno ndopttd them on our
rancboe, and henceforth rhall ttto no other.
Vory truly jours,
LOWE & SUOTT.
DHJLIimtiU & CO.
Ile to announce that they have been appointed
Sole and Exclusive Agents
For the Davla Iron Wagon
For the Hawaiian Islands.
The No. 3 Farm Wagon
May bo accn at their Store, and all who ar3
Interested in tho eubicct aro incited to
CALL AND EXAMINE TILE SAME.
Circulars ecnt frco on application.
Dillingham & Co.,
Solo Agenta for the Davla Iron Wagon,
Importers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers
Hardware, Agricultural Implement!), Paint,
Oils, Lamps, Clmmleliorti, and
Fort Stroot, bot. Merchant and King,
: Honolulu, II. I.
HJNOLULU AND SAN FRANCISCO
PRINCIPAL OFFICES-No. 110 Snttor
Street, Sun Francisco, and basement of
Hawaiian Hotol, Honolulu.
THIS COMPANY W1LI FOEWAED
Packages and Baggage.
Advances Made on Consignments.
COLLECTIONS mul COMMISSIONS
OK ALL KINDS
General Express Business
Attended to promptly In all parta ot tho
A Meuenger will bs dlipa.toh.ed per each Mall
Steamer, beginning next June.
Suiriitt)ilcnt fur Hit Jlaioiiimi Itlamlt,
88 3m Hawaiian Hotel.
Writer, Collector, Copyist,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
No.TI King bt. (oppoalto Uctbcl bt.) Honolulu.
Letters Written, ltei.ts and Hills Collected,
Houses, Lands und Kooius ltentod.
Rooka kept by the Week, Month or Quarter, at reaion-
CJuartrrly Utile made out, dollvcrcd anil collected,
ConatitnMona, llv-I.am, Keporla, ic, Ac., of Commit-
tva. hurxejra, Ac.,tlrawn up llh accuratjr and die.
Auauaentla and Copjlit Workdone (or Intalld or other
peraone reiulrlnf.ucb aervlcea.
r Conitant attention to the InUreeta of patron,, and
bualnraa aecreta prvaerted Inviolate.
Terms IleaoiubU. l'utroaago Solicited.
ITH PafcMEMNloX APHIt. Its. THAT
varv deslrabla raaldanea No. 195 Ntiuanu
Avtnua. containing eight room, kitchen, pantry, bib
room, ervam' room, coaca uouat. aliens ana iowi
houw. Apply to J- ii. 'VOOO. ur
Utf J. E. WISEMAN. Merchant bl
THE TWa-atTWMT MBU'K ASM MATE
roof bulldln ton Oueeq Mtrtel, adiolnlDg Holies
A Co., lately occupied by Mellteler A Co. as waia-
ALSO, the lower floor and cellar of the bullJIog for
rnarlr this aaleeroom and tuanafaclorr of same Arm
11 Kor partlcuUra euqulre oj
dV W HVlrf.,,n r VW.
Ilcport of tho Honril nf He.ilth for thr IsUnil of
Otliti, week emlins July lMU, 1881, nl 13 it.
Hmall-poxratea reported ilncehit report 1
Caaes prcvlonaly reported. ,.., T8.I
Total emall-pox caiea reported 7S-I
Nnmberof riealha finer laft report... n
Number prevlontly reported 23T
Total nnmber of deaths. ....... , 8?
Placed In quarantine fined last report.. ,....,..,,.. 68
I'laceil In qnarantlno alnce ia.t report, at residence 0
Placed In quarantine at Ut report r7
Total , to
Discharged well,..., '.'
Died , o
lleleaied from quarantine, kokuas 41 IS
Total In qcarantlnc Ihla dale 19
.1 A. IlAastsncn, Secretary.
RcRnlatloru of tho Bonrtl of Health.
Notice la hereby Riven thol the Hoard of Health has
made, and hereby pnbllshca the following regulations t
No Teasel sailing from any port of the Island of Oahu
shall take on board any passenger or luggage or allow
any perion or luggage coming on board euch vessel
from any port of Oahu to bo landed at any port on any
taland of the Kingdom other than Oahu without a per
mit from the President of the Hoard of Health or an
agent of the said Hoard.
No vessel shall tnkcon board any person from any
port of any Island where any rouiarjotn disease la
known to exist without n written permit from the
l'resldcnt f tho Hoard of Health or an agent of said
Any person violating any of tho foregoing regulations
will be prosecuted to the full cztent of tho law.
The regulation of the Hoard published Feb. I Ith, are
II. A. V. CAIlTr.lt,
l'resldcnt Hoard of Health.
Honolulu. July Tth, 1991, in SGI 31
The regular summer vacation of all Government
Schools throughout the Klngdon, KXt'IHTINO
THOSE IN THE DIBTHICT Of HONOLULU, will
extend from Friday, the ind of July pros, to Monday
the 12th of September; and on that date, Scpt.-lSlh, a
new term will begin.
W. JAH. SMITH, Scc'y-
Education Ofllce, June Klrd, l"8t. 43 4t
Honolulu District, School Notice.
Tho summer vacation of all Gnmnincnt Schools in
the district of Honolulu will extend, th year, from'
Friday the 19th of August prox, to Monday, Iho Ulh of
September, at which date a new term will begin. And
owing to the lata protracted suspension of the schools
of thla district, on account of llie prevalence of small
pox, diminishing the regular attendance, and inter
rupting the usual claes routine; tho regntar annual
public cxamtnatlona will bo this year dispensed with
Education Ofllce, I W.JAS. SMITH. Scc'y.
Mn. Geouue I'. dluLEY lias ttilt day been appointed
Commissioner of Fencea for the districts of North and
South Kona, Ialand of Hawaii, vice Kapae, deceased.
11. A. 1. CAUTElt, Minister of the Interior.
Interior Odlce, JuncSOlh, 1681. 43 at.
Licenses Expiring in July, 1881
iti.TAii. o mn.
KoncrWo Chonir A Co. Knneobe. Koolannoko.
T v Kualuku, Fish Markit, Honolulu
I; O McCnnUless, Fish Market,
A McWbmic, cor. Fort Merchant Sis., " "
nm.in jsros. ju rcnuni u,
TlIDavlea, Kaahumanu bt.,
Wong Man, LillbaSt.,
Wing Wo Tal A Co. Niinunn St.,
iian unucK .c uo, uunnu si.,
Tong Hang, Nutinmi St., "
.Manuel u wnrrem, uotci St.,
LAIilo, Nuiiann St., "
Kong Man Wo ,t Co, Nnuanu St., "
Han llros, Nnuanu bt., "
Ho Wing Cbong, cor. Uerctanla Smith Sts., "
C.N. Marks, Hotel bt., - "
Ahong, Hunch Howl St., "
loliu Lhce Fo. Nuuanu St., "
Ahuna, WMnlua, " "
L (1 Srcsovlcb, Queen St., " '
Mce Lee, licretunla bt., "
Pang Hoy. Maumkea St., ' "
11 May A Co! Fort St "
Kun Wa Ken, Uerctanla it., "
C Akana. Nuuanu St., "
Man On Cbong. Alakea St., "
Kun Sine Wa, King St., "
Kiim Chun, cor. Maunakea & Hotel Sts., "
Choy Kin, Fort St, "
Chen Wa & Co, Cor Maunakea A Hotel Sts., "
.1. C. Kdwards,:imlle house. Mcanulua, "
tloo Kim, cor. 1 art t Hotel bis., "
1 C. II. Dicker, Hamakuapoko,
1 S. I". Kalcbua, Waibec,
3 Alo, Lnbuinn,
3 Aka. Kaluaaha, Molokal,
0 1. W. Kamauuwal. Knupo,
14 ClatiB Sprekels. hahulul,
111 Llm Kon Kcc, Klpahulu,
1 Ah Man, Tuco, Hllo,
1 l.u Wo, Kabaluu, N. Kona,
6 Aehap .t Ah Kun. Makapala, N. Kohala,
11 W II l)alK, Kallua, N. Kona,
i Clms. Willlacis, Knkulhuele, Hamakua,
15 O Hegurd, Onomea, Illlo,
li Maw Kiau, Naalehu, Kau,
14 I'. II. llambling, llulel. Kona.
15 G, Aklm, Apuakehao, N. Kobala,
15 II. N. Grcenwell, Knlukalu, .N. Kona,
iX) -Neuck Fno Co, Kaiopihl, N. Kohala.
20 J. 1). Mills, Illlo,
'JI K. Aran. Hamakua,
21 Akau, Kohanalkl, N. Kona, .
VI Mrs. Hao Kela Kuknlhnele, Hamakua,
27 (.'. Y. Alona. I'unahoa, Hllo,
SO CJuon sing Lung & Co, l'nco, Hllo,
1 A. Herbert, Hawaiian Hotel,
1 Ah Sine ,t Co, l'ueo, Illlo, Hawaii.
3 Wing Wo Tal Co. .Nuutinu bt., llonolalu,
'J Anthony Uarbery. Walluku, Maul.
12 Mau Kiau, Naulehu, Kau, Hawaii,
13 Qnong ban Kual Jc Co, Hamakuapoko, Maul,
13 A;ou. N. Kohala, Haall.
IS) Llm Kon Kce, Klpahulu & liana. Maul.
l'J Amoosa, Ulupulukua, Maui,
S3 W. Kaluau. Makawuir, Maul.
21 Hon Kcu, Merchant St., Honolulu.
S3 Cum Ohum,Lor. MuunnkeaA Hotel Sta., Honolulu.
1 Hyman Bros, Merchant ht., Honolulu.
1 T. II. I)avle, Kaahumanu St.. Hunolulu.
l'J II, Muy & Co, Fort bt., Hunolulu.
1 A. Herbert, Hawaiian Hotel.
I T, II, Davice, Kaahumanu St., Honolulu.
I E. N. Marks, Klnrdom.
l'J C, S. Bartow, Honolulu.
19 P, T. Thornton, Kingdom.
6 Tee Pin, Hamakua, Hawaii, )',',
14 Fat Foo, Honolulu, Oahu,
15 Chonc ban, Honolulu, Oahu
19 Ah Stii,
22 Kon- Chcc, llonolalu, Oahu, ,
II II. I.I AMD.
I Ooro Eeplnda, Walluku,
1 " Lahalna, ' ,
1 A. ltrrliatl. Hiwaltan lintel.
Il Hart Ilroa, Nnnanu bl.,
II O. Aatne, Lihalna.
20 S, Kauwcsloha, N. Kohala,
SI Shlpman A Eldarta, Hllo,
I, A 1 A A H.
11 Daniel Napota, Molokal
1 J, M. Dow sell, Kona, Oahu.
FtTB sojimen of tho llnwniian birk Kale I).
Kruso, 1. Dolch, D. Ollcnbutch, G, Cordis and N.
Kneel were tried before 1'ollco Jadgn lllokertou
on Tuesiliiy last, on u elm r go of refusing doty on
tionrd tho Kale vtithln the lire weeks Inat past. On
tho mornint; of June 7th, KiiRoldid not ootne on
deck to work and tho mate went forward to call
.him but be did not nnswer. lie then wont to the
door of tho forecastle on the stnrboanl Blue ana
Kngel blipnod oat of Ibe other Bide, The officer
reprimanded him and called him a etnpld lubber
nnd laid that he did not understand hUvvork.
Kngel then went to work. At II p. x., when oil
watch he went to tho cabin door and called the
first officer and wanted him to come out nnd fight
because he had called bim a worthless fellow. Ibe
officer went on deck with hi revolver and naked
what waa wanted. Kneel threatened bim and told
bim to put naide nil pistol. He said that when be
cot shore ho would run a knife into bim. The
four other soamen above named then Joined
Kneel. They told the officer to put away the re
volver. He declined but said if they would como one
at a time he would fight them. The captain then
came out and ordered the men forward. At) tbey
left Ibe cabin tbey aaid when they caught the tint
rnateou deck they would thraih haiu and then
throw him overboard. They noke aim of tbeir
intention of thnrtx'ntaB their knives. Kneel,
CordU and Kruso refused to obey the ordera of the
mate when be took tbe watch aajini they had
deposed biro, and be ordered' them to the fore
castle, aa tbey would not work. Tbe next morn
ins tbe fire seamen went to the captain and said
they were discharged ai the male had tent them
below when it waa tbeir watch. Tbe eaptaiu told
them that (be mate did right, but that tbey were
not discharged. Ther then went fonroM and
refujttxl to do any work daring the remainder of
the posaau, and tbe steward sad passengers
had to assist In the workuur of the ahlo. llie
uuge anea iniw, unruu ami anion u eseo ana
n d ault of payment, sentenced them to eighty
I unit ii)Jf HuaiHsui , wwt tsvivat 4m
Usfeabascb went fined A.eeh or Is default
1a..1 1.aJ...M. . a. l.aB-1 lat.AH. lnl.-&.
i senleBcwl to Uty day' iwynaniri.
JV1.V 10, 1891.
Bnainesu Acjent's Notice.
All adrertleemcnte for the SaTCRDar I'ntss must he
eent In by Friday noon No Insertions for the current
Issue can be guaranteed when sent In later.
Adrertlserawlll mark the number of Insertion" de
sired, from which dale tdey charge. Any not so marked
win be charged, I monlha.
THOU. (. THIIl'M. Hnslnese Accnt.
N OTES Or THE WEEK.
Ttriiom fever is Bprcadinc nmonRst tho French
trooiH In Tunis.
Tiiriie wero n nnmber of boiling parties in tho
linrbor Inst Saturday ovcning.
The fonmlntlona of Mr. CnnipMl'a new bnlld
ins (n Queen nnd Tort atrccts nro rising nbovo tlio
A STiioso rotd pirty went to work yesterday on
lloretniiin street, commencing nt tbe Nuunnu
TltBConsulnr flnRiwere host ed on tliolltli in
rrcognition of therrcnchcclcbrntionof tho biking
of tho llastllu in 17HL
Mkkii. G. V. and H. It. JIicrAnutSE Imvo
formed a pnterneralitp to tnko effect from tbo 1st
fust. Hco notice elsowhero.
It ii said Hint JIcbsm l'aul Isenberg nnd II.
(Undo nro nbout to I'stitblish n new house, nH Com
iiiIshIoii nud Qencrul liierclmiiti.
The forciun Jury usscmliUd nt tlio Court Honso
on Wednesday morning, Imtwero disiuUsid, nH
tlio cisi'3 to bo tried wcru not in rcndincsi.
The stenm roller is nt work on tho bill lending
to tbolcu Works. Wo bcllete Hint tho road will
not bo iiincadnmizcd nny further up.
Ir wns not our old resident J. C. Ulmlo, who nr
rived with bis w if ii nnd family by tlio Aiitlnili'u,
but his brother, .Mr. II, Ulndc, with wifo nnd
AVe hear that three now mills nro to bo erected
on Knuni between Wnimen nnd Elrclc, and that n
larRo urea of ground will bu brought under culti
vation. A Gosrni, Tcmpornnco Meeting conducted by
Itcv. T)t. Damon, will be hold in tho Vestry of tho
Hcthel Church nl 7.30 o'clock, Monday evening,
Two comets nro now visible in San Krnncisco
and other places farther cast. Ono has nlso been
discovered by an astronomer nt Bui-nod Ayres,
A lahoe number of Chinamen left Honolulu for
other islands, having obtained certificates from
medical olllcors of tho Board of Health as to elTec
We publish in to-day's Tress thobiennial report
of tho Secretary of tlio Queen's Hospital which
shown in convenient form tho nntoutit of work
done at Hint institution.
The Ilojnl travelling parly passed from Singa
pore Id Naples in tbirty-ono days, nnd a telegram
"Well," was ri'Ci'ived from tbo latter placo on tbo
eleventh day nfter their dcpirtnre. f
Mn. Inwis has bought on nccount of Messrs. J.
D. Spreckels it Co. tho brignntino Vomart ; tho
price wns ?I.(XJ0. Sho will bo despatched to San
Francisco with a cargo of molasses.
Koxa Swo, n Chinaman, was tried in tho
Supremo Court this week on a charge of burglary
and found guilty. Tlio jury recommended tho
prisoner to the mercy of tbo Court.
Wn learn from nn American paper thnt "tho
Queen of tho Sandwich Islands haa' her gowns
mauo Hll in ono piece, in mu imuvu myiu, uui. w
tho most dellcato nnd co3tly fabrics."
The new Spreckels brignntino Win. G. Iricin
Got away on Mondny with n cargo which showed
er carrying powers she took nway Glf tons of
produce. Her motto is "Full nnd Fast. "
Mn. Afono has been commissioned as Consul to
this Kingdom for China but the issne of the txt
nu at ii i- is deferral until tho nnturo of tho treaty
proposed between tbo two powers is moro accu
G bound was broken on 'Wednesday for putting
in tho foundation of Mossr3. S. G. Wilder it Co'h.
new store. Tho Queen St. frontage will bo on tho
old lino; tho Fort St. f rontago will bo set back fivo
feet ndding that width to tlio street.
11.1111. the PuiNctss ltLQENT, the Trinccs Likc
liko, Hon. J. M. Knpcnn and other notables left
town on Tuesday for Waialun in order to help
forward the preparations for tho fair to bo held
there ou behalf of tho Female Seminary nt that
Mn. L. Dubois, Chief Clerk of tho Honolulu
Post Ofllce, was on trial in the Supremo Court on
Thursday and Fridny for embezzlement, nnd
yesterday evening tho jury returned a verdict of
of " not guilty." Messrs. S. 13. Dolo nnd John
Itussell wcro nttornojs for tho defendant.
The annual mcotlng of tho Jlritish Club was
held at the Club rooms on Thursday evening for
tbo "election of managers. The officers for last
year wi-ro ro-elccled. viz: Hon. A. S. Cleghorn,
Godfrey Drown nnd Henry Mncfnrlanc. Some other
businetsa waa discussed and the mooting adjourned.
There nro two more colored sketches of the lava
flow In Whitney J: Hobertson's window, ono
drawn by John U. llcos showing the location of
Hilo, the surrounding country and tho end of tlio
flows, andtheother by l'uki a sketch of Mr Hall's
residenco by tho sido of the lava stream and which
he icfuseato leave.
DuaiNO tho week thero hnvo nrrivod four pas
scngern from San Frnnclsco by tho Satltc V. Calltr,
and llility-cightby tho steamer Aiulralia. lour
loft Honolulu for Auckland by the.liMfrnfn, two
left for San Francisco by the Jane A. t'ulkmburg,
elovou by tho H'i. a. Iricin, and twcnty-lhrco
including eleven Chinese by tbo D. C. Hurray.
Flowtxo water has been struck in Judge
McCclly's second nrtesian well on the comer of
Uorctnnia nnd Metcalf streets, at a depth of 320
feet. The stream Is very strong nnd roso nine
Inches above the pipe- It is tho lnrgestof tho
streams Of tho fivo flowing wells on tho plain. Tho
ground at this place is twonty-flvo feet nbovo the
level of the sea.
Mb. Cecil Dbows was thrown from his horso on
Tuesday morning. Mr. Brown was riding out to
ward Waikiki to bathe early in the morning, when
his horse swerved at a bullock cart by the road
side, nnd the saddle being loselj girthed, slipped
forwnrd toward the horse's neck nnd turned over,
ami tho rider waa thrown, falling on his hip.
We believe that beyond n, bad bruise, no injury
Tub regular summer vacation of all Government
schools not in the illstriot of Honolulu will ex
tend from tho 22nd of July to the 12th of
September, whbit a new term will begin. The
vaaition of the Government schools Initio dis
trict of Honolulu will not begin until the 10th of
August and will continue to the 12th of September.
In the Inter sellouts, owing to the interruption from
small-pox tho reguhir annual examination will not
FoLMwnta is tho programme of tho. Band Con
cert nt Emma Square at iiSO r. w. this afternoon i
Overture The Oath ..Aubcr
(Salop t'omune , L'u'nft
belectlon-The. Puritan .......llelllnl
lUllad-The Mesaase, (new) , Illunicnthal
March-bultc, (new) Lachner
Tho Hind will give an extra concert on Monday
evening July IStb, at tbo Hawaiian Hotel.
Tirtiiiirfiiir extra of Wednesday the ISthU
wrong In stating that the Hov. Father Herman
Kockman la appointed H'shop of Honolulu, or
Bishop of Ulba, fit yirlibu$ iuftiUUuut, on tbe de
mise of the Ut. Itev. Bishop Mahjrot. The Rev.
Father is appointed Bishop coadjutor and bis
Episcopal functions will commence with his con
secration. Father Herman will sail for San Fran,
cisoo in the next streamer to receive consecration
at the bands of the Episcopate of California.
II. B. M. FiaoKiitr Triumph was at Taleahuano
Chile, on the ISth of April and her movement
set ca to be for tbe ptejent nnceiUin, though very
probably sho may call at this port before, this
month Is out. II. M. S. HoeUt sailed Jane 16th,
from Esquimau, for a two months cruise on the
north-west coast of Vancouver's Island. She takes
with her tbe Government BuperrnUndent of In
dian affairs nnd the commisMuiwr of fisheries,
l'ossibly U. M. S. (lamitt may call hire on her
T-ocr.- over (he vacancy on the Bench of the
Supreme Court, occasioned by tbe death of Chief
Justice Harris, has already begun. On Thursday
Messrs. S. B.DoU and John Hostel, ceanssl for
Mr. Ii. Dubois, moved " the Court for tho dls
rharoe of the nrlaoner fi-sm caslodv. Inasmuch as
tht y the demise of tbe Hon. Charles O. Hams,
late Obis J unties of iboHapreme Court, and the
failure to fill too vacancy thereby caused, there to
at the present time no Bsyrums Court of the Ha
waiian Islands, sj proviefrd by the coastilstiun
and laws." TUe motion hi avsrwied by Justice
Tub rood trositke Uttle Waikiki efcureh tasrarvU
Um Fork to la vy bad tw-isMoti X Uf )
tltyof earth hni been cpread on tho road for the
nnrnnan of menillncr II. All this material Which
needed nothing but some, occasional watering in
the dry se.im in render It serviceable is bnktil by
tho sun, and so cut up by Iho traffic especially on
race days, 11th of Juno nnd Fourth of July, that
it is now ground Into lino powder, n pest to
iCTsscrs-by and a dead loss to the Government, ns
it is being blown nway by the Ion, A good drench
ing now and then is nil thnt is wanted to make a
A MoosuonT concert wns given nt Emms
Sqnnrnby the Hnwallan bnnd on Monday even
ing.' Tlio night wns pleasant but very cloudy, and
the moonlight was scaicely recognizable till after
tho concert was over. Wc think it would lo well
if n large, many -branched light wero placed in tho
centro of the garden, or, better still, if n lamp was
niigbt nt ench corner of tbo sqnnro nnd ono in tlio
middle of Iho long sides of the) enclosure. Tlicsa
lights are needed not only on concert niaht', but
every night when the street lamps nre lighted, nnd
nn cxtrn half-dozen lights would not entail nny
very extravagant expense. However, band or no
band, tho square needs lighting.
Tnr. members of tho Library nnd Heading Boom
Association will bo glad to hear that tho enter
tainment commil'co of that organlrjitlon, will bo
able through tho kindncssof n nuraberof Indies and
gentlemen well nnd fnvorably known nmong us, to
provide nn rntertnlnment nt tho rooms of tho
nasoclntlon on Tnesdny evening next nt 8 o'clock.
Mr. nud Mrs. J. F. Drown, Mrs. Simmons, Miss
Coleman, Miss Florence Luco nnd perhaps others
will tnko part. This entertainment wblclc prom
ises to bo of a high order, will bo tree to tho mem
bers of tho nspocjatloti with their families and
such friends ns thoy may invite.
A Ntrvtnr.n of peoplo took ndvnnlago of tho lift
ing of tho tabu to proceed to tlio other Mauds.
Tho Klliium lion sailed for Hllo last Monday on
mi excursion going by tho way of Kabului, nnd
took n largo liumlwr of pissengors. The LittlUe,
C. 11. lUhoi nnd Lthua s illcil on their ununl routes
on Tuesday nnd carrietl n grent number of people.
Tlio l.tkttilt pnrticnhrly wns crowded, many of tier
passengers being bound for Hilo to boo tholavn
llow. There wiih a very largo crowd nn tho whnrf
to seo her off, nnd ovury ono seemed plensed to
know that Honolulu Is ngnin nn open ixirt for
Iiasscnger Unfile, nud Hint tho ougl nnd dlsagrnA
ilo tnbu it n thing of tlio past.
As ndjourucd meeting of tho Building Commit
tco of St. Andrew's memorinl church wns held nt
tho school-room on Thursday. Tho lit. Iter.
BiBhopof Honolulu occupied tho chnlr, llur. Alex
nndcr McKiutosli Secretary. Itesolutiong woro
pnsKed recommending tho forwarding of n letter
to tho architects in England, requesting their nd
vico ns to certain modifications in tho plans with n
view to reduction of tlio expense of the building
nnd making them ncqunintcd with tho pricu of
lnbornnd material hero ns compared with cor
responding undertakings in Euglnnd. It wns also
decided that tho quarrying nnd dressing of stono
bu continued, with iminediato steps to bo taken to
nscurtniu tbo mnount of work nlrcady dono und
tho rnto nt which it is proceeding. Tho meeting
adjourned till 7:30 p. ai. of Tuesdny next.
Foixowtxo is Hie record of tho Pollco Court
proceedings for tho wcok: Knlama, larceny of
jewelry, remnnded to to-day. Alice, crn?lty to
nnlmiiH. fined $10, costs ijl.rw. Ahoy, Asing,
Aling. A (pi I, Chow Sam, Anon, nnd Ah Sum,
assault and battery on Chang Yw, lined iff) each
nnd costs $1 each. Soloinonii, driving nn express
without a license, noil prosequi entered by tho
prosecution. Tom McCarthy, vagrnnt, remanded
to to-day. Jnmes Smith nud Huiurich Starke,
drunkenness, forfeited $C bait ouch. Soloman,
sumo charge, fined $!, costs $1. Nikn, nssault nnd
buttery on an Kce, nolle prosequi ontored by pro
secution. Nika, Yan Heo and Ah lice, nffray,
fined $3 each and costs !jl each. John Magoon,
driving without lights, nolle prottim entered by
prosecution. Ah Ynn, lnrccny, fined $10 nnd sen
tenced to six months' imprisonment nt hard labor
nnd to pay costs 3.S0. rdlx Freltas, disturbing
tbo quiet of tho night, nolle prosequi entered by
prosecution. Ab llui nnd Manuel 1'nen, furious
riding, forfeited $10 bail oach. Makakoa, nssault
nnd battery on Ah Inoi, fined ?.r, costs $1, Faili
nnd T. Boo, drunkennoss, forfeited $C ball oach.
B. Kruse, 1. Dolch, D. OHonbuscb, G. Cordis nnd
N. Engel, refusing duty on board Hnwallan bark
A'i, on which thoy wero seamen ; Engel, 0ordi3
nnd Km so wero fined $40 and JL'.it) costs ench, anil
in default of payment, sentenced to cignty days'
imprisonment nt hard labor; Dolch and Ollen
busch wero fined $30 nnd $2.20 costs each, and in
default of payment sentenced to $C0 days' impris
onment nthnrd lnbor, nnd ordered to bo returned
to the vessel upon tho requisition of the master as
provided bv statute. Jnmes McMnnus, Kiknu,
Jack Murdock, drunkenness, forfeited $G ball
ench. C. O'Niel, same charge, fined $5, costs $1.
l'nnaewa, assault nnd battery on Kibou, w fined
$1, costs $1. Albert Benton, nssault und battery
on Kaaihuo, forfeited $10 bail. Knuhnno, drunk
enness, forfeited $fi bail. Civil Cnses. T. 11.
Foster it Co. vs. Koau, deserting contract service,
defedant ordered to return to his emplojcr mid to
pay costs, $3. Wilder t Co. vs. Geo. Kaia, samo
chargo, defendant ordered to return to his em
plojcr and to pay costs, $3. Kaloo vs. Kahulu,
deserting bonnd service, judgment for defendnnt,
costs $3.10. J. L. Itichnrdson vs. Ah Wo, dosort
ing contract service, fined $5 and ordered to pay
fell costs nnd return to his employer. Aiau vs.
Kupau, action of datnagoa for $200, continued to
tbo KM inst. O. 8. Cummins vs. Win. Clark,
nssumiisit, continncd to lUtb inst. Kuikuiknbi vs.
John It. Silvn, trespass, dismissed, tho Court hav
ing no jurisdiction ; nppenlcd to Supremo Court.
Hon. S. O. Wildeii reports favornbly of tho
progress of his rallroael construction; nbout four
miles nro graded, nud the pirty is now entering
upon a moro easy Btrelch of country. Tho well nl
Mnluikoua is down something over n hundred feet,
nnd tho well sinkers nru into n very hard stratum,
but success is confidently nuticlpated.
TnEBcbooncr Ttrilialil, Captain Whitney, arrived
nt Hilo ou the 4th lust, nt noon. Sho left San
Francisco on tho 22d of Juno nt noon nnd mndo
the pvasago in twelve days. Sho brought a large
enrgo of assorted mercfinudiso for Illlo, Paukn,
Fnpilknu, Onomea, nnd Haknlau. Shu will run
regularly between Sail Francisco nnd Hilo in the
future. She brought nn passengers Miss K. A.
Ames, W. H. Kaiser and A. A. Todd.
An examination of nil tho Government Schools
wnt held on tbo Cth inst., ut Hie Nntiva Church, nt
Kolinln. Each Bchool wns called upon tho stago
in turn, for each of tho several recitations. At
lout two of tho' schools nlso nttempted nn exhibi
tion in oalistbcnics, or rod nnd dumb-bell exer
cises, in imitation of the English schools. Tho
oxnraining committee rated the schools at tho
closo, (for proficiency nnd good dicipllno pro
b ibly), ns follows : 1st, Maknpaln, CO pupils with
but one teacher; 2nd, Honomaknu, CO pupils with
two teachors (man nml wifo); 3rd, Kaipuhaa.
The exercises wero doubtless vory interesting to
Botue, although tbo sameness mndo it tedious to
Blennl I Report of tho Secretary of Ut
Honolulu, July 1,1881.
To th OBletirt and iltmbtnof the Qutin't llotpitat:
Gentlemen : It haB devolved upon mo, iu thu ab
sence of your Secretary, to prepvre a report of tbo
present condition of the Hospital, and to furnish a
sketch of what, haa ttanspired during His two years
just closed. In undertaking tbls duty I cannot but
regret Mr. Schaefor's absence, for his long expe
rience in tbe duties, nnd hh acquaintance with the
work done, added to his fncilo use of the pen,
would contributa much to tho vidua of, nud thu
grutifiovtion to be derived from, the Biennial Ito
port of the Secretary. I shall nsk, gentlemen, your
indulgence therefore for this substitution.
Since' your last meeting Wl persons have been
admitted ns in-door iintients. of whom 6CH weru Hn-
wnlinns, nnd 6,380 were treated nt the Disiwnsury l
of thess 3,013 wcro vaccinations. Tlio number of
deaths was 137 out of 1,013 in-door pationts, giving
a percentage ol about 1-.
t bos 'cost ;H.fi.Vi 7d to maintain the HomiiUl
for the twonty-four months the monthly avorage
being 1.G10 76.
It may bo Interoating to compvro the results of
mis anu uie preouuitig uiericinuui wriuu i
Number of persona treated lu-doors... ttlt
llawallana,,, , , dl
rcrelgnvrs,... ., ..,.,.. ?')
Expenses , $.11,037 hS
Ilccelple-from Hospital Tax. ....
From Pay Patients
In the way ot buildings and additions, which
have been quite expensive, increased accommoda
tions are arlorded and much iu comfort added to
the inmates patients as well as employees. The
Hospital can now comfortably lodge 130 paUenU.
Tbe cost of the new brick wing waa originally
i),&M, since when tome few hundred dollars have
been expended in alterations and additions thereto.
It contains a spstclcna dispensary and a well lighted
operating room, with a tins dining room, a sick
wsrd, and two convenient storerooms on the ground
floor. On the socund floor are two light and airy
wards, and tbe Purveyor' quirters.
A much needed addition has been made to tbe
servants' bouse, at n cost of flAO. A small bnildiog
.with two rooms, for perum afflicted with osTenaivu
diac&aesv oust s)), the tabor being dona by some
'of the inmstes; In place of the long, low
shed Swatch wss actually tumbling Uowu) occupied
as a deail-hoiue, oirpenUr aod paint shops, and
originally built of old material, a new structure,
measaring 80 by 15 feet, with ample space for all
purposes required, has Just been computed at a
cost of about SOU
The tsaln balMtsuc baa bees tBoroogUT re
painted, and we have spent for pataU and oils
during the period eoraetUiJag over sW. wUstt kw
been pat on mostly by the patients smlsiaBtriyssa
II would Kwa that seateeiy aaytalna tnorei in
tbe Una of boiUing will be tnmi for aaaa y
Btarstiry, !c Ua Uat tayait to yw, aa
' nounced that the Board of Trustees had
F. II. Hutchinson was duly elected to that office.
Tho tariff of charge for pay iintients nt in
crcal rates ns adopted nt n spccinl metlliig of
tho Board called for that purpose, wont into eucct
February l, lfctH). ,
After nearly eight nnd n half years of faithful
(wre ice, death ended, in Mny of last year, tho Pnr
vevorahlp of Th. Toel, nml in hit iilnco we hnvo
now Mr. John II. Hopkins, who has thus far proved
himself a rcnlou nnd efficient sucercMor.
From the roll of Life Members wn have had
taken from ns since w last met, Mrs. E. II. Allen,
John D. Brewer, J. G. Dickson nnd 0. 8. Uartow,
whoo memories nro cherished by many, whilo
their names nro familiar to ns nil. '
Wo add to the?e ono whose snddendemfoe but
fow days ngo startled our whole community, and
leaves n void in our rnnks not cnsily filled,
l'or twelvo years past tho IMo Chan. O. Harris
waa ono of tun Trustees npjxilntrd by tho Govern
ment, nnd since March, lni 7, has been tho honored
Vice-rrcsldent nnd presiding officer of this Cor
IKirntton, I cloe this lengthy report by calling your atten
tion for n moment to tlio sad commentary on the
uncertainty nnd transitory nitura of human affairs
ntlorilcd by the fact Hint from tbo Hat of names
on tho roll of llfo membership 75 havo gono for
ever, 42 aro living abroad, nnd but 41 remain with
ua to sharo our responsibilities.
ltcsicctf nlly submitted.
JoitM II. l'ATT, Stcrttttrt pro Urn.
As required liy the First Article of tho Charter of
tho Queen's Hospital, tho Treasurer makes tho fol
lowing ri'iwrt, showing tbe sourco nnd amount ot
receipts, nnd the character and amount of expendi
tures, during tho two yonrs ending on this date,
nnd nlso the totnt receipts nnd disbursements from
tho establishment of tbo Institution to the prcsont
date, n period of twenty-two'ycars I
May 31 1ST!).
Ily llalanci Cash In lliuk ,. $ S,8 00
lly Itcccltiti from Pay Patients
ror firnus enuinir .ov ;vj, is,v, s v.uj ,
For ml lis ending Mayill, lKsj,. s.wi 91
Ford nulla ending Nov. no.iSHO,. a,su 'J
For li nulla ending May 31, lb9l.. 3r'lU) S3
Ily Itecelr is from Haw'n Treasury
llanailun Seamen and l'asscneer
Taxes for the li in t lis ending
Kept. 30, 187V 7,1SI 07
Ilanallau tieanicn and l'asscneer
Taxes for the d Inths ending
Match 31, 1&-M 4... 6,113 n
Ilaitallnii Seamen and I'aisenc'-r
Taxes for Iho ') tilths ending
Hc.t. CO, imi..., 4,85 K
Ilanullan teamen and I'aascneer
Taxes for the 0 ninths ending '
March 31, 1MI 7,937 CS
Dy Itecelpta from Interior llep't
Account appropriation of aid in
support 10 Dec. 31, 1&30... 10.7W 00
lion Chee Wo Qnln, donations
of Iho Customs chargea remit
ted him..., 4 lO
It. W. Wood, of.lloston M0U0B
Kslvteof O. Kupspu, per German
By Legacy Fund
. Coupons, Int. on Legacy Fund.. S10 00
Ily Life Memberships
Thomas Iltonn M) U)
Ilcv. A. Mcintosh W W
M. l.oulsson W 00
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Bill of chairs transferred to C.
K. Williams...... 39 .IS
Account sales at Auction 78 01
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lti'tr.rned on bill of Messrs. U.
w. Macfarlane & Cu. lor Una
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To amount paid rnyslclaus, salary
SI month a
To amount paid Purveyor, salary
SI months, and wncea of tenants
To nmount for Provisions, Medl
clncs,Fnrnltaro,I)eddlnc,Lli;hta, Fuel, Coftlns, U'aehlnE, etc
To amount paid T.J. Baker, build
ing North Wing as a per contract
To amount paid fur extra additions,
alterations nml Improvements, aa
To amount paid for (las Flttlnc
Pipe, and Water Tlpo In new
To amount refunded the Ladles'
Benevolent tjodoty for bill tMlce
To amount paid premium for insnr
ance on Bulldlnca, Furniture,
Crockery, etc., to ycara at
$'."JS 7H per annum
To balance duu in London for
To amount paid Itedlnt;ton Co.,
San Francisco, for Medicines,.,.
To balance cash In Bank
J53.6I0 St $3.1,910 JI
By amount balance cash In Bank $ 4,0tA 67
total rcceints for thu '..! Tears.
Baluncu cash In Bank
15. & O.K. John II. IMtv, Treasurer.
Honolulu, July 7th, 1P8I.
Thk biennial ruectiuc of tho members of tho
Quooii'a Hospital wiih held nt tho Aliiolnni Hale on
ttaturdny tho 'Jth July, 1891, in pursunnco of thirty
days previous notico of tho snmo iu the Gazelle, as
required by tho cltnrter. I'reaent Hon. C. It.
llishop, A. 8. CleKhom, A. J. Cartwricht, O. J.
I'lluRer, Jno. T. AVntcrhouHo, Jr K. 1. Adnms, B.
O. Damon, H. O. Hall, 8. N. Cnatle, Thos. Urown,
O. Itbodes, Cecil Drown, W. O. Pnrke and Jno. II.
l'nty. Hon. V. It. Dishop wns culled to tbo Chair.
Tho minutcM ot inst meeting of the corporation
wero read and approved.
The Chairman in a few fitting remarks an
nounced the death of tbo Vice President, the Hon.
C. 0. Harris, and suggested that it would bo pro
per to record some expression of sentiments in
connection with tho ovout. The following resolu
tions wcro adopted unanimously.
"ltcholvcd thnt by tho death of the Hon. O.O.
Harris, Vico President of the Queen's Hospital,
wo Imvo lostn presiding officer, distinguished for
ability and courtouy, and of n Trustee always in
terested iu and ready to advise on matters relating
to tbe corporation, nud whose advice commanded
our cotifldeuco nnd rospect,"
" Itcsolved that the foregoing resolution bo en
tered in our record."
Tho Iteporta of tbe Secretary and Treasurer
woro then read and adopted, ordered on tile, and
to be printed.
Tlio election of Trustees to fill the vacancies of
the live whose term expires at this date was tLun
Erocceded with, resulting in the choloo of C. It.
ishop, K. O. Hall, A. J. Cartwright, 8. O. Damon
and Alex. Mackintosh.
No communication from tho Interior Depart
ment, respecting appointments io fill vacancies in
tbo Boaru of Trustees; being received, and no fur
ther business offering, the meeting adjourned.
A special meeting of the Board of Trustees waa
held on the same day and plaoe, uamedlately at
the idjourument of;the corporation: present O, U.
llishop, A. 8. Cleghorn, A. J. Cartwright, Jno. T.
'Watorbouse, jr., E. V. Adams, 8. 0. Damon, , O.
Hall, 8. N. Castle, O. lthodos, W. C. Parke and
Jno. 11. Paty. Hon. 0. II. llishop in tbe Chair.
Tbo minutes of the last quarterly meeting read
The election of officers then followed, and the)
folkwing gentlemen chosen, were for Treasurer,
J. II. Puty: Secretary, F, A. Bchsefer; Auditor,
P. Adams: Executive Committee 0. Dishop,
J. H. Paty, V. A. 8chuefer, A. J. Cartwright, A. fi.
Cleghorn; adjourned. J. U. Paty Secretary pro
Communications were received by tbe Treasure
on tho lath, dated Department of Interior, an
nouncing that In aooordnnoe with 'the provisions
ot tbo Charter of tbe tyieeu's Hospital, that it hod
pleased ii.lt. II. the' Priuc&ts ltcgeiit to appoint a
Vico President the Hon. C. It. Utsbop. for the terra
of two years, and in like accordance Haa Ex. th
Minister of the Interior. notinsahU appointment
of His Ex. J, O. Doralnls, Hon. U. Kuodta, Hon.
A. 8. Clcchoru, Mr. ii. May Trustees on behalf of
tbe Uovcirmnent, for the term of four years swat
Tha laprwM CMrt.
n. EorroB, In dosing its remarks upon tba
vncjincy on the Supreme Bench, the OazetU says,
" There aro times when it is impossible to do aay
" thing else than delay, but we do nol think thsra
" is any reason for dolay at this Juneture, Wa
" would say. choose from tbe men now aaoagyoa,
" who are admirably fitted for Um piaee, who fiava
" tbe true Interests ot tba nation at heart, who
" value tbs lndependenca of the country, who aa
'' derstand our politic! stand point worooj,
" and above all chosen at one."
I concur M the soundness of thla opinion. Both
upon tho Uencu and at tbe Bar, wa have gas
men ot good legal attainments, of good jn-hjiiint.
who have haa all toe advantages, of the wots
eminent law schools, and otto practice, and ta
strnetion of eminent lawyers, who have praaMaai
ia Hawaiian Courts, understand Its kw-l laav,
institutions and languages and whoa sUa-Jag let
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proich. Nor need the tsmDorsrv sbseaoe of tha Attw
General exclude hiasfro-t the list oioa-dtdafi,
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