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By E. P. ADAMS.
llcslricncc of Mr. SciiinlirciUiOiT, 110
ON SATURDAY, MAR. 18
At in o'clock A.M.,
Bedroom Sets, Bedsteads,
liiirem chairs, llnckcrit. Tables, .tr ,
Dining Tabl and Dining Ilfinm Fnrnltnrc.
Kitchen liirultnrc, 1 Filter, I Meat 8af.
I! !' ADAMS. Auctioneer
THURSDAY, : : : March 23
Al 1(1 A.:il.,lil.Nnlrs IIihiiii,
A HBTiVIh STOCK OF
AND A LINE IN FRESH GROCERIES!
Also, C'aea Australian llulter.
Hacks No. I Washed Sugars, Hacks Osts,
Sacks Hmalt Yellow Com,
Mack" Potatoes, expected per J. 11. Hprcckels.
r: r. adams. Auc'tr.
ON FRIDAY,"T7 MARCH 24th,
At Id A, JW. Mill III Nlllll
At the Store of T. Assee,
Corner of Nnnanii and King Street, Ilalanco of
Stock of Dry Goods
IN PAItTAS FOLLOWS, VIZ:
Prints, Blankets, Shirts, Ribbons,
Milk Sashes, Ilnttnns, etc.. Kerosene Oil,
Card Matches, Shoiv Cases, llurden heals, (.halis,
Oenlro '1 able. Chinese Hot, Lounge, IlocUer
lledsteada, Pictures, etc., elc.
i:. AKAJIS, Auc'tr.
Mortgagee's Notice of Sale.
BY iiiiii:oi'ii.v en- a. .. OAitrwHWi.T.
the iiiiirtKH!i-e, named Inn certain I. r
mortsaze dated March am, IS), iniulo liv . iM.
Urta" and Uupiila Urlvu, lil wife. ' ald A. arl
rljht mid fur u lireucli of the condition. In mid
iiiorti'iiuo contulned, I am dlrctted to tell at l'ubllc
Siitiinlny, ot!i !ny or March, 1S82,nt 12 M,
at my a ilea room In Honolulu, nil Hint certain piece nf
laud altuntn In lluniiliilti mid Known .11 a mitof hala
wahlneaiid more iiartlculnrly described . follown
llealnnliiR at the Houtli coiner uf m Ka lot at a
Holm uhltli la N 'tveo-W. -"JU feet from the Went
trm7l feet nlonj; tho Holt lot thence m.;ij-ij- v. true
Ut feet alone Itoyal I'jllnt -ll thence S. 05 SO' W.
true 7714 feet alnii)j lloyal Potent 40ti thence S. Vfi IX) W.
true W fe!t almiK itoynl I'olent lOii thence X. '-V rU' W.
true III feet Riling 11 hum to point of bcylnnlnsond con
taining an nren of IW.IIU hi, feet or eighty eltshl ouo
hiindiidlh of n aero. Deed, nt espen.e of purchimer.
For further particular, euiinlro of
i;. P. ADAJIS, Aucl'r.
or Cecil HroHnAtl'y. for MortKiisee. bus bO
Mortgagee's Notico of Sale.
DIUKCTIOX OK THOJfAS
OI.AltK. the iiaalciii-n ii.ii.ml In n certain Inden
ture uf Morlicngr dated Match l'.'lli. IbTH, mailu by II.
KhIiu and Nnpao lilt ulfu to Wnlter it. rlenl, uod to
Wnlicr it. .in il naklmii'd to H, II. Dole, and by rt. 11.
llolo n.llied to ..Id I noma. It. Clarke
I urn directed to ell at l'ubllc Am-'lon,
ON SATURDAY, THE 25TH UAY OF MARCH 1882,
at 13 il., nt cy ilea room In Honolulu, all that certain
pliio of land allualo al Kapalama, Oahu. und more
particularly detcrlhed In Itoynl Patent No. (i85, Kulcana
llelu liol. mill loutalnliii; 1 thin) ocre.
For lurther particulars cnqulro or
U. I'. ADAMS, Anct'r.
or Cecil Ilroivn, att'y. for Aa.lcnce.
Deed at expeisoor purch leer. 83., su
it y oiui:k ofj, w: iFi.i'Mt:n, rq..
At His Residence, Waikiki
formerly F. . 1'ItATT'S I'reinlaea,)
ON FRIDAY. : : MARCH 31.
at to A.M., on account of onuer'a departure,
nlll be loM.Tlli: K.XTIIti:
IN l'AUT A8 FOLLOWS t
Bedroom Set, 9 pes.;
Hlegant lllack-walnut Chctt-of-Drawcrr,
KleL'ant lllack-waluul I.omisea.
Klrj.im lllack-walnut Hocklni; Chalrn, hair,
Klicaut lllack-waluut Wardrobe, llookcaae,
Dle.ml lllack-Halnut Sideboard, Kittnulon Table,
Sets or IJeiuitlful Cnrvotl Unk Parlor
Clmlrs, cuno peat und buck;
Card and Bldo Tablet, Dinner Tables, koaj
Dinner Table., black-nalmit and pine;
Vlvuiia Ulintra. llockliiu and Kttcii.luu Chair),
I.ouiitfci, Woik Table.. Ottomaua,
KoottUioU, Whatnot., Hug.,
1 Beautiful Gilt
Frame Mirror !
n Pine Itedrooni 8et, Pine Chcit-of-Drawtrr,
JMiio Wnrdri'be, lleddlnc,
Fe.ilhcr. Iliilrand I'ulu l'llloHi,
Kprlnjr. lUIr and Ilureka Mat'renrea,
Mo.oultu Net., Sheeu. Oulll.. I'lllo- Ca.ei,
TomuU, ,Niiiklu undTubUcluthi,Tldle,
rii.VTKU SPOONS, KN'IVKS AN0 10KKS,
Plated Tea l'ltctirr. Cnnt.t uiila. l'lcklu (ilattca,
Va. Htaluet, Flnueratand., aud Tot.,
Vlctiirei, larire, and iiuallt Honk", Albuma,
Vuo, Mutlc tilandt. Tiny.. Clock.,
llelli, and numeroua other Nlcknacka,
China Gilt Edge Dinner Set.
And Crockery of all Ih-.crlptloint
llMare, ChandeMt". Lainpi .t Lanterui,
t)ll, Kitchen L'leiullH, Meat and Ice H(e
anu mauy other irtlcle. loo numerou. to uicutloa.
ONE PIANO AND STOOL !
1 ticwhijc Machine, 1 llatkct l'hacton
and Ilarnee, 1 lo?sy and lUrncia,
I Lidlei' Saddle, I Oenta Saddle
1 Oeiitle LaJle' Hone.
N. 11,- Nearly all the a bono mentioned article, are In
good order, and ulll l Ulfrl lu tree
N. ll-Omnlbune. wllllr forWalklkl on day of
ale, fiom K. O, Hall A bou'. corner and from II, Hack,
feld A I'o'a ttoro at : and 1U A.M., aud return al 1
and 3 P.M.
K. U. A nillallq )uucb for Ladle' aud Cleulkmcu
will bo provided.
K. 1, ADAMS. Auct'f.
Easter Cards !
A matl hut cholca aitottmeat ot
HmUt .Cards, FUdn and Trimgcd;
MT- Foe tuu tt
Thai. Q, Thrum's
Tt-ln Fort bt. Store.
aill;ll) Ol llie .MailMl nUIIUHVIH Ul IIIC ..liuilim Hi. uuy
ncro tho I'Hiioa elre.un and riinnliiir thence N.'I'OU
K. true ll.V.i feet alonz Win. Kn' lot thonce ' 3. I'M'
W true '1 feet iiIoiik Win. ICaa' lot thencu ,S". MiW II.
true 117 feet nlony loine Aklnna' thenco H. W :w" II.
irue I'B feet nlonif Cant. Ilerrll.' thence t. Bl'fJU' W.
BY E. P. ADAMS.
IN NUUANU VALLEY.
I have reeeleed tn'trnctlon. from CI, ScgMkcn, T.n ,
on account of rlrpsrinrc from the Islands, to
cfl r at Private bale, that
Very Desirable Piece of Land
ON WYLLIE ST., NUUANU VALLEY,
With the Building thereon
Now occupied by Mr Scgelkcn.
The land ha an arm of aliont three- and a lialf acre",
and Is situated In the healthiest part of llio valley, com
manding one of the lovcllct tcsnii the lal.intl. The
place Is ell planted with I
)rancc. .Mancn. lam-
eMtid, and other tries and ulirnbs, and la covered with
Manlcnle grass, siiMrlent nt nil iMiunn for I hniees.
(tovernmcnl Hater li laid on In A niimhcr ot place.
rriryi ri-wrjiiiiiircci- kotjbm
la two-storlcs and lino n large I'arlor, Dining-room and
acvernl lied renins, with Kitchen, Carriage House,
citable and lit douses -and a Chicken llanch.
The neighborhood la nticxicpttonoble and tho no
cation present n ino-t favorable opportunity for an v
one ilorlrlnir n plea-ant linnicsHad 111 one of the
healthiest spots In Honolulu
Title llcjnt Patent. A portion of purcbaso money
can remain on Mortice.
81 6!I7 Im II, P. ADAMS, queen Street.
SOMETHING NEW !
J. WILLIAMS & CO.
HAVi.sn l'UiiuiiAsr.i) tiif.
PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY OF MR HI, DICKSON AT
No. 1W and 101 Fort St.
Will continue thebadueia at the old aland, Hy IN
ruiiAM'.li '', Mils and mipl-iylnit rinsr.
CI, .H .til list's, Mc.hall vndenvnrtn miilntaln the
tireatlira of the old and popular Oillery. nnd In merit a
liberal patriruze by fair ik'.tlliig and superior Work.
Special Attention Given to Children.
Wo nro prepared todoall klnda of brpo Work from
Mliulntnio to 1,1 fo Size, cither In
IV titer Colors, Crayon, India Inlc, or
Oil. Photos. Colored, &c, A:c.
Tho only Gallery In Honolulu which baa u complete
Collection or IHI.,M VlllW.-.. In nddlliou to thixtt
puriha.ed of Mr. Dlckion, we have llie entire collec
tion of Vlcw nnd Poitralt NcL'allie? miulo by Mr.
Chae, thii. onabllnc 111 lo oiler tho Kreatet larlily lit
Lava Flow Views,
Alio, a anpply of llnuallan and Sooth Set Inl.ind
ciiriotltlea, Ketli", Mliell., Ac, JLe., Ac.
A fine etcck of Frnmca, Mat;, and l'asacpartonta
conatnntly 011 hand.
A l.idy will be In conelnnt attendance
Charges Ronsnnulilo iiml Satisfaction
r Olvo in a Call. .
J. Williams & Co.
810 70 l'roprielora.
AJIJfRlOAN DRY GOODS!
(Imjiortoil Froo of Duty,)
PER S. S. " MAHY TATHAM,"
and bark "EUREKA."
And Consisting of a Largo AaKortincnt of
PRINTS fi DRESS GOODS
Printed Piques, L.ivvns, l'opllna,
llrocndea, iloulcca, Milks, Fancy
llostv ltatldkercbl.f.. hlmu,!..
Spool Cotton, Tojvela. Illankcta,
Whlto mid llrown Cottona,
Canton Flannels, Cottonades,
Coats and Pants of Cassimere,
Diagonal, Cottonado, Duck,
&c, cScc, cStc.
Illankct Lined bulls.
Shirts, m hltc, fancy, scarlet, etc..
Socks, Under shirts. Drawers, etc.
JX7 For Sale at Low Hates by
BOT 78 Mm
Little's non-poisonous, and
Disinfectant and Sheep Dip.
AS A DISIXFKCTANT
and deodcrlxer for lionahhold and ho.pltal use this
valnablo preparation, ha. all the irood qualities of carb
olic acid, without Its disadvantage., bcine; iiou-pnlson-otis,
and nr idea. ant odour. As nil nnli-stptlc,
InsiTtleide, nnd lotion for wounds Ac, In all animals.
It will bo found moat calcaneus.
AS A SHEEP DIP
tor tun inc or mini urcs.ni! a
as n remedy for scab or
blow fly. It Is especially valuable, nnd Is l.irirelv used In
California, tne Auptr nan colonics nnd South Amer
ica, Instead of checking It promotes the crowth of
wool, and adds to tho appearance and quality of the
Detcrlptlto circulars mid directions fer use will be
furnished on application to
Theo. H. Davies & Co.
SPERM OIL I
rmtiu: ii:iiim'. aiithi.k, KntAi.i:i
JL etc., In perfect order. Just rccelred per
M.U.Y ic SUSAN,"
tW For Sale by
PORTABLE OR PERMANENT
ft, lcncthat 14 lbs. to tho yard.
Just rrtclml pcr"Iuke of Abtrcom,"
CrT-Apply to W. L. tJIIIIKN, or
a. w. MAcr.vni.ANK co.
Agents for Jno. Fnwlet ,t Co,
TO SUGAR PLANTERS !
TESTKI) T1IK 1:fJ.'I-
carrylns bum I
clencyof "llallldle." Patent Wlroltoprway" for
rvliiir &ui?ar l;ane l mvo liurrhi.,1 Onm M. a u
llalildle the eicluslyo rlebt of .aid l'alrut for the
llaualtan lilimli, aud hereby cite notice that 1 am
prepared to Miul.h matrrlil or contract to creatine,
of auy de.lird leiigth or capacity,
Faille. Inlerc.ted In the transportation of hucar
Cene, hucar Fuel or Mercbandlta especially ntsr
uru.vii anu uiuicuo kiouou arv ibllicu iu in.peci ma
Hue uorklng upon iny plantation al Kialla, or the
protllu of the same ou view at Ihe office of W in. CI. Ir.
win Co., Honolulu. Any Information will be
chcerfullr fUcn by Ihe tilidirstj;ucd oi by Mr. J. M.
Thompson, care Messrs. Irwin Co.. who will Ult
locallllc. uhere Hues may lo deetrvd, and Blake pro
tiles and rillnialct for the same.
ft W Z. S, SPALDINO.
UoiloaOO. Kau. HsmbIL .. PrnvltlAn M.rrK.nl
uu ..ritv,., vuuiuiissiou Aceni anu neater iu
llmdt, Hardmire, Ac. I respectfully solicit a shara of
paonc pauopqire. u-cm) r. l. A. MAItyUKZ.
Encin For Sal
NEW UO-HOHSK VOWKB
iuim,, in pcritci otoer. lorbsiabv
BKKWHB A CO.
S H IP IM NG .
For ban Francisco.
The Al fast sailing tern
F'SflDIE F. CALLER,"
&j&K I.AnsKM, t . , i i Master.
Will hnve Quick Dispatch for above Port.
For Freight, apply lo
IM l TIIF.O. H DAVIES. A Co..AgenH.
K)It SAN KIlANUIhCO.
1IHOU NELL. Master,
Will have quick dispatch for the abovoport.
For freight or passage, apply lo
1 r C. llltlUVr.lt ACO , Agents.
. mmr W j. id.
jW D f?B I MJ
.Messrs. VV. ii.i IIIVNMA.V ,fc HIIO'.V.,
will dispatch another first-class vessel from
New York to Honolulu direct the lam of Jlav
or flit of June.
Milppcrs by Ihla faiorlle line will do well to tend
nrijcm by this mall, tonlve acenla and innniifaclnrir
Mine lo ill) their onIei nnil get Hit M onboard In xuud
teainn, is- 1'irlsrlil" al boiiiiin ralee. j
laatli: & t-OOMI,
tUlm e!M 51 llonolnlii Agenta.
1''UJISAjN KU AN CJSCOi
The rinc Clipper Schooner
Jk. 1ST 1ST A,
Will have Quiok Dispatch for abovo Port
For freight or l'anKe, apply to
WU vM. Cl.inWIN A CO. Apenla.
FOR NEW YORK DIRECT
Tho Al Awerlenn nark tf
PlS- Aiyiv 'I?ii5'!ir.ant. iffi
Will have Quick Dispatch for tho abovo port
For Freight and Passoso Apply to,
77 871 II. ll.VCKrKI.I) &. Co,, Agents.
FOR NEW YORK DIRECT
The Al iterman Hark
O. DEI. 33if32aoiD,
load for Now York with Dispatch,
For freight and p.issnve, apply to
SU1 77 II. HAUKFI'.Ll) CO,
Jb'Ult SAN I'llAiNOlSCO
The Fine American HiIr
sMir'VJ. H. MEYER,"
-tti2Si 1IOWH, MASTKh,
Will have Qrjick Dispatch for the above Port
For Freight or passage, apply to
B'Ji C. HltUWHlt A Co , Agonta.
1-Ult SAN EltAN CISCO.
TIIF. FAST SAILING UAltKllNTIKH
Jane A. Faikinburg
Will have Quick Dispatch for the abovePort
For Freight or passage, apply to
8W CAM-I.E A COOKE, Agents.
Steamer I.Ikellkc iill lcaQ Hnnolulii each Tuesday
at I i-, ., touching nt Lahalna, uialuia I'ny, lakeua,
.M.ihukonn, Kaualtiao, Lut.pnboehoit and llllo.
Iluuruliig ulll touch at ull tho abovo potts, arriving
at IIouolulu each Sunday a. i.
CO- Xa C'rcillt for I'li-oinK" Moury. -SO
We positively refuso lo open accounts for Passages,
nnd wo particular! call tho attention of tho traveling
p.,i,!ta tu tliiiecefslly or having ltuigage and Freight
(ilalllly mjrke,lt.tlio Ht.muir ivil, nut U rv.ix.m'lU).
or any unmarked Hnggage, or for Freight or Parcels,
unless lloovlpli'il iwi.
Freight Monoy Due on Domcnd.
In nil cases of freight for paitlca not responsible, or
tinknon u, tho freight money w HI bo required In advance
1'A4'I,AJ:h 1)1 I.KllKtltH mill VI I. MIS .11 (IN
in: 1'i.ai.vi.y .ttAitKi:it
For the party whom they aro for, or plainly stated In the
receipt to ufinm they nn coiitlgned.
All demanua for dainiigo or loss must be made within
In no way liable for loss or accident to live stock.
fAT- Hack Drivers, Hoys, and such like, will not be
allow ed ou luurd tho Steamer on arrival, until after the
passengers have been landed.
WW WILDElt Jt CO.
PACIFIC MAIL STEflniSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
THE HI'J.I:mII HTCAUMIIIP
CITY OF SYDNEY !
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about Monday April 10.
TOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND!
thi: Ni'i.i'.Miiii nti:ainiiii
CITY of NEW YORK
On or about Saturday, March 19,
Kor Vre'Kht and Pasnase, apply to
183 Jn. II. HACIvFKLD A CO., Aleuts.
tluoilx lor .Nhliiiiioiit ptr steamer tun nun
l)i, Htorrd, 1'rre ul liiurHO. In ttlr l'lrii-irool
Wrriliunn near tlirt KCiiiuoi' Wlnirf,
A. FWANIi CJOOKIi,
AOENT FOKTIIU FOLLOWING COASTKliSi
Wfttlolo, .- Malolo
Waloll. Jrt Jnlla
WnloUu, pKn "Wlmlu.
Onn. SUBel2iiis Koluaa,
FLACI Hcd v. lib Whiloil.ill. Oillce-Corner of Queeb
nnd .Nuiuuil Streets,
From Honolulu to Hilo Diroot.
Tho A I Clipper Schooner,
2L " M A L O L. O," 2U
Will sail from IIouolulu lo llllo direct, and will call at
Intermediate potts on tho return trip.
For Fr Jlght or l'atsage, apply to the I'aplaln ou board,
' ot A. rtUSK COOKE. Agent.
C. BREWER & COS
BOSTON LINEOF PACKETS
Till', bk "MAHTHA DAVIS." Wll.l. UK
dispatched from llo.ton for Honolulu
Not Later than tho 15th of May,
persons wishing to order goods shipped by this vessel
stimuli wan oriier on or uitoru jiarcn lath, i
urinrr particulars apply to
O. IIHF.WKlt & CO
PLANTERS' LINE 0R SAN FRANCISCO
O. Browor Oo.-Aaents.
Merchant!!., ree.lv.wt klar... a'......
aud liberal cash advances made on shipments by this
"' ij u, wiKvv aa -v, uu,
INVOICE OF NEW GOODS
OF EVUIIV nKSOItllTlON",
JUST RECEIVED !
Per C. R. Bishop,
AND FOn BALE BY
eWl lin nira
EXTRA PRIME PORK.
TX DARUKLS; EXT11A. VAMir.Y
X Ueef, In half bantlst Ca.ks Dunse's Ilsras, Case
Ktstcrn Useon, fates California Chtcsr, Cases Fair
bank's Laid. Iu n and 10 lb. palls: received tblsdsy. per
W. O. IUWIN, and for I by ',v
oJ BOLLKR A CO.
AJBr Aajjaoitrr.T INCLVaiHU
some very Ine Goods For bls by
M KOLLKS A CO.
Wc, IUiaitiui, by tlm Ornco of Ood, ofllie
Hnuniintt IrIhuJi, Kinrf, do proclaim :
Tint It Is Onr pleasure, In pununnco of Our
Constitution, Hint tho Members of tho I.olnl:itlvo
Anfleinbly of Onr KitiRilotn do nsicmble, nt tho
I.fKltlnliTo Unit nt Our Cnpltitl of llonolnlti, for
tbo ill.pntcli of ptibllo bualticps nt la o'clock noon
on Sntnnlny tho 'JStlt Day of April, A. D. L'iRhtecii
Ilundrcil nnd ElRhly-two.
Given under Our Itoynl Sign Mntiunl, nt
Onr Vnlnco in Iho City of llonolnlii,
Senll thltHIat Day of 1'ilirtiary, 1832, nnd
tlio Ninth Yenr of Oar HciRn.
Thf Minuter rf llie Interior,
W. N. AiiuirrrtoNo.
Salo of Lojuo of Govoruiuont Lnnil.
On Wednesday, April lath, IWJ, nt the front entrance
of Alllolanl Hale, at l'i o'clock noon will he sold nt
l'ubllc Auction, Ihe Lease of nil that tract nftlovciii.
mrtil Lnnd sllnated In KAI'DIII! and the adjacent
limls,(Hllo. Hawaii), nnd Included between PAPAA
l.o.V and .11 vtll.U.t and between the lloyal Patent
Clranta already Issued of lands along the sea shore and
a Una on tho maukn side, parallel with and two miles
distant from the sea coast, being about a mile and a
half square and containing lao acres more or less.
TI'.llMS-Lease lit years. Upset price J00U peran.
mini, payable quarterly I tt advance,
WM. N. AKMbTHOKU, Minister of Interior.
l)ept. of Interior, IIouolulu. Mor. till, 1832. bO b'.'O
Sealed Tenders will be n celled at the Interior OlUce,
until Friday, Maich tilth, at IS o'clock noon for furnish
lng the following supplies to tho Government for one
For Onlnt Prison nnd Station Home.
l'rcrh lleef..l,2U)bs. per month, more or less
Palil 1I,MX) " "
Hardllread..,. S,7(J0 "
ITIio llrcad to bo II lo the pound.)
Hlce MW lbs. per mouth, more or cis.l
I'or tho Inanno Asylum.
Tresh Ilecf... I,SU) lbs. per nioinh, more or less
Medium Dread. 4U) ' "
ltlcc -100 ' "
For tho Brnnch Hospital nnd Lopor Station.
rrivu nee .-.iuuios per month, more or Ices
Palal 5,IX) ' " ' '
Medium Dread. UJ ' ' ' " '
Dice -IU0 " " " '
Tho above supplies lo be subject to (lie Inspection
and approval of the proper authorltcs.
Thn delivery nt Oahu Prison and Insane Asylum to
date from April 1st, and at the Ilrsnch Hospital nnd
Leper fetation for the balance of the year from April
Tho Minister of the Inttrlor does not bind himself to
accept tho low est or any bid.
All Tenders arc to bo addressed lo the Minister of the
Interior, and endorsed Tenders for Government sup
W. X. AKMSTKONO.
-Minister of Interior.
Interior Onlcc. March Hth, 1682. bSO 80
All persons whoso Water Hates due on the 1st of Jan,
and remaining unpaid at the Ofllco of the Superintend
ent of Water Works on tho r.let of March, will huve
their privileges suspended without further notice.
O. 1). FllEETII, bupt. Water Works.
Honolulu, March lllli.n-', bust 8'J(i3t
Notice Is hereby given Unit, upon the recommenda
tion of the Iloird of Health, J)r. Oco. L. Firm has this
day been appointed Vaitliutlng Olllcerforthe Islandof
Oahu. W. S. AltMbTItONO,
Minister of Interior, ad Interim.
Interior Odlcc, Feb 2lih, Ifi2. 78 601 St
Licenses Expiring in March, 1882.
1 Lainc & Co. Esplanade, Honolulu
I John A Palmer A. Co, cor Fort & Merchant at.
1 Hart IlriK, Hotel rjt.
1 Alona, Waliinne, '
Wm Turner, King Bt,
& Chime Waa, rsuuiimi Ht.
H ItoTwosoii, Punchbowl bt, "
)5 AW ltlchard'on Co, Fort ,t Merchant St,
lSUuoiigbam KcoCo, King bt, , "
IS W 1' Akau. Niiuanu bt, "
1!) CI West, tjneeii St,
21 Hew Vat, tor Punchbowl and King Sta, "
'ii bliun blng, (Jticen ht, "
25 C F Wolfe, King St,
2 O W C Jones, Kcaiihou, Kau,
8 F Spencer, Walmea,
0 Akana J: Akol, Keauhoii, Kona,
15 Akaiu & Akoi, llnlu ilu.i, Knna,
15 Ming l'ut, Maullll, llllo, ,
10 1, Anlo, Hoiioinakuii, N Jvohala,
16 Wong Ho. Oukala, llllo.
23 Tal Chong llllo,
SO LAkati, llllo.
2 Awana, Walliiku,
8 O W Norton ,t Co, Makawao,
8 Hoon Tal JB Co. Lahalna,
II Chuug lliiiui, Walluku, - ,r
IZ Alo, Lahalna,
11 bee Ming Kcc, Kahulul.
17 Hong Chong, Kekaha,
H O bcholi, Lihuo, ,
21 Kol.u, llaualcl.
21 O Prcwcr A Co, Queen bt, Honolulu.
JOIII1I.M1 SIM HIT.
25 E Hotrschlaegcr Si Co, Honolulu.
12 Alo, Lahalna, Maul,
11 Ung Ko Kce. Mauuakea St, llonolnlii
14 Hart llros. Hotel Ht,
II Meehlug Kee, Kalinlul.Mnnl,
13 Wilder, .t Co, Mnhuknun, Hatiall,
IK Miii; Fin. Maulill, llllo, lliiw.il.
17 Joaquin Manuel, Mauuakea bt, Honolulu,
13 Chung Hoon, Walluku. Mnul,
24 Ah bang, Kapaau, X Koliala, Hawaii.
2f. It K Puowalna. (liana), Maul,
31 l'alau k Kahili, Molokal,
tn John MB Kalankoa, Honolulu.
Ill 1. 1,1 tit l.
1 Hart llros. Hotel SI. Honolulu.
10 (lore Esplnda, Lahalna, Maul,
17 F Hpcucer, llllo. Hawaii.
Ul I) Dayinii, Honolulu, Oahu,
21 Win Ilabcock, Honolulu, Oaha.
1 Wong Ah llee. Haiku, Maul.
24 L'lcmakHlc, Ilrela.Koolaiipoko. Oahu.
ii Chlng ,.ec, Halaula, Nurt'u Kohala, Hawaii.
8 YongMun, Walluku, Maul.
It Wall.um, Hanalel, Kauai.
1 O llertelinann, Hanalel. Kauai, .,
3 C II Makee, Walluku. Maul. '
14 It K Puowalna. Flh Market, Honolulu.
21 Apo, llslku, Minul,
25 J N Wright, Koloa, Kauai.
2 Kumakala, North Kohala, Hawaii.
8 John A Talmer A Co, cor Fart & Merchant Sts. Ho-
It is n fact nil tbo swine whether the standard
Natural Histories nckuovtledgo it or not, tbnt birds
that ran sing, because they have done it lets of
times iu nil ujrU of places, but won't king because
they can't nffonl to Mng for nothing, run be made
to sing if only the public is willing to pay for Ihe
privilege of bearing t hi in. If our tbentro were
nvnilabie und tbe invisible, not to sny uudiscover
nblo, mannger bad been ou hand wben theeumi
(fin steamed into port tbe other day, we might
hnve bad a brief siiiesof deliabful concerts dur
ing tbo coming month, albeit Lent is but half
sient. As it was, n jirimr tloitmi, famous in Lin
don, who has been dillghtlng tho Colonies for
some time past nnd is now ou her wny nrouud tbe
world, nud n tenor wbo returns to San Francisco
where bo wilt be n thonnnd times welcome, spent
n, few hours at tboliotell those who wen in tbe
bouso nt tbe time liavo ample reason to regret tbnt
tlieso singers were iwrruitttd tu take Might when
they wero h If inclined to stoii over until tbe fol
lowing steamer. Sliss 1'atly Lavotne, so long tbe
Attraction nt the deligbtfol Albambm and tbe
Uloba thentem in London, and Mr. lien. Clarke,
tbe original " Half ltackstmw" in the long ran of
" 1'inafurc." when it was given by tbe Mrlvillo
troupe in San Francisco, were more than half dis
appointed that there wac no opportunity for tbctu
iu inuy a nine, uiens-ing ioe nonotony 01 tne
voyage, reveling In tbe delicious climate, regaling
an itudieuoe nnd themselves what la more delight
ful to tbo singer tbnu sincios? and takino a
fresh start n month later without having to pay
dearly for tbe privilege. Slit Fatty Laverna haa
nil tbo vivacity ot the Irish coopled with tbo cAio
of tbe French, and her triumphs have been bril
liant and legitimate. Ou of ber note it worth a
whole bushel of Oatoal Jlen Clark has a voice
like silver, or moonlight, or llko anything tbse joa
C4U never quite get enough of. We roiabt bare
had glimpeea oar glimpaee of t'e very lateat
opcratio atHiwtlon and ballads that the votM U
fiiug wild over bat of wbieb Ukuu nothlna.
bey would have asag lor u ac-ua, aoa of WavMl
were comported forthem.andwhietiBoonealBaaa
they do. All tbi we havo Blawd Ueaotss we axe
ao slow, or so India" erest, aud bceaow there U
nlthr basvd uor tail to oar thaatte at pieteat.
M AlWl! 18, 18S2.
All advertlsementa for Ihe bATcmur Tnrsi tnnstbe
sent In by Friday noon. No Insertions for the current
Issue can he guaranteed when tent In later.
Advertisers will mark the number of Insertions de
sired, from which date they charge. Any not so matked
will be charged .1 month
THOS. t). TItltUM, Manager.
NOTES OP THE WEEK.
Our tlinnkn nro duo Mr. T. II.
f.ivori ex J. J), fyieckel.
Atlicrton for now.i
The 1'. SI. S. S. City .Veir
from tbo Coast Ibit r. M.
Ymk will bo dno
Tttri crcv7 of tbo whaler Xorth Star wnq inclined
to bo tniltluorji wlion in port.
Oun 8nn rrnticiscn lotler received per J, I).
Spreekeh vii Knliului in too Into for lo-dny'fi issue.
The bonis crew lost from tbo Aor7 Slur on
Slololtnl, nrrived in llonolnlti by tlio I.elnta last
Tbo Jiiihm ihikee left for Knoat wllb Ibo C. 11.
Hilltop, Inst Slondny, ber uaunl BnlllnK day It
The Zeataiitllit nrrived lnat Slondny morning
nbont 11a.m., nnd milled nt C r. M. with A Rood
carRo of niiRAr.
lluNd pressed for ppaco wo nro nRnin cotnpolled
to let n puitioti of our correspondence Btnnd over
till licit week.
The Itcalanl roport? bnvltiR eccii n InrRO flro in
tbo vicinity of Lahalna when pusmIiir tlieioou
A musicalf. wnH rIvcii nt l'liiuthoti on Tlinrmlay
evening. Tbo progmmmo vnn, llko lliouo befuru
it, nn interistliiR ouo.
Tnr.iiK bns been cunsidcrnblo lightning during
the lust two vvcoIih. Tlioru must lmvo bi.cn heavy
tbunder showera soniewbcre.
The Hand wns nnnounced "positively" to rIto n
concert nt tbo Hotel lust Monday evening, nnd
they did it, nltliougli tho rnlu injured down in tor
rents. TneU. S. Stcnmcr llielmionil, last lienrd from nt
Bainoa,nnd reported to bu coinlnc here, is tlio Unr
ulilp of Jtcar Admiral Clit7, In coiiuunud of tbo
Wk bear complaints concernliii; tbo condition
of tlie ron lis from nil parts of tbo Islands. It is
very dillloult to keep them in repiir during tbu
The weatber bus been wnrm nnd sbowery nil
week. Nature ban heldoiii been iu n morn ficltlo
mood than she bus bbovvii berbelf to bo during tbo
but few d.iyi).
Wc nro pleased to vielcomo back to tlm metropo
lis Hon. II. SI. Whitney, who nrrived yesterday by
tbo lnulmii from bis homo iu the elevated plains
of Kiiu, Hawaii.
TiiEirafciif brought us a jojful surprise jrstcr
dav inornlnR in the sbnpo of n Sun 1'rancisoo
until to -March -d, which arrived nt Kubului from
the Coatt by tbo J. I). Sjn eckiU.
A salute wnH find from tho now battery nl
Fishermnn's point last Saturday for tbo first timp.
It wns unexni'cttd nnd utiutltd soino people. 'Ibis
is a better plutc for a Balding battery tbnu l'nnch
bowl. At Fort St. Clmrcb, Sunday niorninc, Sir. Cru
7nn will prench n sermon to ptrents. Tbo itom of
his eveiiuiR dihcourso will bo ' Tlio Skeptic's
Creed," n sermon lor those " who dout belioro tbo
Os Slondny evening, during n sevcro rain storm,
considerable bail fell nt I'nlniua aud Kntnokaliun.
Quite a number of people noticed it. 'ihis cer
tninly is somewbut unusual for a tropical cliino
EtatiT passengers nrrived from tho Colonies by
tbu Xiaiimlla nnd seventy-nine, including twenty
nino Cliineto, left for S m Franoisco by tbo samo
vessel. Two passengers left fur the samo port by
tho Caibarieii nnd nmo by tho II". O. It tan.
Tue pali rond ou tlio Koolnu sido is in n terriblo
condition, nnd during this rainy Mcntbcr rocks nro
nliMuat continually fulling onto tbo rond. Lnst
Saturday n horso was killed, and tbe unlive leading
it bad a narrow escnpo.
Sins. S. N. Castle bad n narrow escape Inst
Saturday from serious injury by n runaway. Sbo
was thrown out of ber carriagu and severely
bruised, but fortunntoly was not dangerously in
jured. At last accounts she wasquito comfortable,
which all will bo pleased to bear.
The cablo used for boring tho nrlcsiin well nt
tho Government building broke tbo oilier day nnd
considerable delay wns caused iu catching up tbo
ropo and drawing out tbo drill. They managed to
get it up, however, and on Thursday struck wntor
which rose nearly to tbo surface beforo n solid
bottom was reached. Ttioy were not expecting
water so ion.
News has been received tbnt a nntivo wont to n
Chiunniaim' liouso At Honokiin ono evening about
two wcoks ngo and demanded liquor. The Cliinn
man refused to give it nnd tho nntivo fired twice
with n revolver striking tbe chinaman in tbe bend
nnd indicting serious injuries. Tbe Chinaman re
turned tbo tiro nnd .shot tbe native through tbe
hand. Tho native is tinder arrest.
FoLixiwiNa is tho programme for the Band con
cert at Emma Square, nt -1:30 this afternoon :
March -Uombanloti by rcqiiatt Saro
r-cleulon Masiotie new i Andrnn
bileillon Ollvetto new (..., Andrnn
Wall. lillded Vniilh, by request Waldteufel
Medley I'lcaeant Memories, (new) Uergcr
The Band will give nn other extra concert nt the
Hawaiian Hotel on Slondny evening, Slaich 0tb.
Tue Sydney Ilitlletin says tbo officers and crow
of tbo Zealuniia, w ben iu that port, tendered their
resignations in n body. Tbe result was that Capt.
Webber whs placed in command. Wo do not
think there are niunv who will regret Captain
Chevalier's removal. One ot tbu ofllcers said tlio
oilier day, when iu this port, tbnt tbo Xealandin
seems liko n different vcssol'now nud that nil bands
nro ranch pleased with tbo change,
Wm. II. Dimond, of tbo firm of Willinms,
Dlmond it Co., of San Francisco, says tbo 5. t
Cull, is iu tlio East on a visit. Wbilo iu the office
of bis correspondents In Now York, a gentleman
entered with the petition of tho Hoard of Trade,
asking Congress to repeal tbo Ileoiprocity Treaty
with tbo Hnwaiitu Islands. Sir. Otmonil, who is
n native ot tho Islands, looked over the list, but
of course bnnded it back without signing it.
Late News. By tbe mail received yesterday,
with news dates to March 2d, wo glean many in
teresting items of foreign nows, bnt owing to
limited space nnd lateness of tbo hour can only
give pines to tbo following important item;
" iloscoo Conkliug lias beou appointed Associate
Justice of tho V. H. Supremo Court, and Sargent,
who wns supposed to be the next Minister of the
Interior, has been appointed U, H. Slinistor to
Ilctlin." Both appointments wero surprison nnd
seem to meet with the nppruval of tbe Senate o
fur ns known.
The regularhnontuly meeting of tho Y. SI, C. A,
waa held bust Thursday ovening at tbe Lyceum with
a very fair attendance. Tbu various committees
reported progressive work in their several lleldj.
Tbo building committeo reported having secured
ami paid for the lot selected nud called on sub.
sciilwrs to band iu tbe amount of their pledges,
as work would be immediately undertaken. Dr.
Whitney refuted tbnt Sir. Kll Johnson tho Tem
perance Evangelist would bo here by tho April
steamer to remain over ouo month. Favorable
reports were given relative to tbe native evangel,
ists, Knlama nnd Keawosinahi, in their work at
West Slaul. On motion tbe annual meeting of the
Association would lake place on tbe third Thurs
day In April, A committee was appointed to for
ward circular letters to tbu pastor of ail churches
requesting temperanco sermons to be delivered
on tho first Sunday in May,
FoLLOwi.ta is a record of tbo I'ollce Conrt pro
ceedings for tho week: J, Welti), dronkennres, for
feited f 6 ball! Cbarlea Cbarlcstown, rescuing pris
oner from police otlicer, unlit jiitHtqitl entered by
prosecution; Frederick Kushwaern, drunkenness,
fined C, costs $3.60: Hilverno, furious driving,
Ncip, Yat Sing, Ang fee and Ah See, violating
Sabbath bv pltyiug chance games, Ah Sou 'fined
10. costs f 1. 'JO, tbe others fined f3 and tl "cost
hoik juiwr'juicnierea uv prosocutiout AU ouug, AU
60 each mid sentenced to three month's imnris
oniuent and to ty aU.lA coats; E. Doyle, drunks
euneus, forfeited ft) ball; John Bowman, same
charge, forfeited ft) bail; W, Vet nou, same churge,
Sued $.". costs $lt W. Vernon, furious driving,
lined tlO, costs $1.30; A bong alias Lan Kong
Yuen, burglary, iuM pmequl entered by prosecu
tion. Lati liuug Yuen alias Aboua, accessory io
larceny of gold watch, cooimltloj to Btiprsas
Court, April terss, bail t,0UO. Jos. sassart sad
battsry oa Ah Nia, sUitd ft, easts f 1. Washes and
KiAnoe, adultsry, si7 prutatit ssUrstl by pros.
wUoai IlUeeUtti, w., KamtbL las. Kmokso,
Kaito, Kap.ibi, Kekaloo a4 Kansnso, gssaiai;.
sob, ssnUsesd to tvtslvs sMun'.icafttoiiasot M
eaco; uopeoir, astauit anu uattcty on AU lllng,
fined -', costs fOWj Chung Votig, Nee Hung and
Tan Kip, having opium in possession, uollt pros
tiui entered in cau of Tarn Nin. tbe others lined
hard labor nnd fined sS, costs fit Pnnhlle, using
threatening lntiRUSRo toward Kaloll, remanded to
day I Clime Qdnn In, and Ook Ngon.hnvlng opium
in possession, nof inoirqiii entered by prosecution.
Civil Hecords-Foster A Co. vs. Kenn, deserting
rontract service, onlered to rctntn to employer
nnd fined ffl, cost .3; Kilnuea Sugnr Co. vs. .Man
l'ni Sloy, deserting contract service, ordered to
return lo employer, costs $3; 0. II. Judd vs. L.
I". Tenney nnd ,1ns. Drnbnm, Action of toil, dam
ngei ?100, Judgment for plalntlrt for if-Tt), casn ap
lienled to Intermediary Cotirti (I. West vs. 8. K.
Knnt, action of assumpsit for aj73.t i. Judgment for
plnintift for !(10j O Yon Keo vn. A. Hoenccr, action
on promissory nolo for '.U defi Innt confesses
judgment! SI. J. Horn vs. Geo. Slundcn, notion of
nsatimp.it for )7i!.W, defendant confesses judg
ment; J, Kekunnul Vi. Corct, action of damago
for l, judgment for plaintiff for iJSO; caao np
ppnled to Supremo Court; H. Hoirscblnger ,fc Co.
Slow On Cbing, nction of nssnmpsit for M, Judg
ment for plaintiff. '
The Tcnchcr's Association met on Thursday
evening last nt the Fort Slreot School, nnd although,
owing to tbo inclement weather nnd attractions
elsewhere, only nliout twenty WW present j tbe
seaslou was nn interesting one, In the absence of
1'rof, Jones, the President, Mr. Macintosh called
tbo meeting to order, .Mr. Atkinson rend tlio min
utes of tlio previous session, which wero approved.
He staled tbnt Sir, Bishop bad nllmved tho Asso
ciation tho nso of the Fort Strett School-house for
their meetings, and tbnt tho Board of Education
bnd furnished the l.imiw. nil other expenses to bo
paid from tbo funds of tho Association. Dr. Ilydn
rond n paper prepared by Hov. W. II. Olcson.of
Hilo, entitled " Art Autoblegrsplcnl Cbnirter Be
ing of tho Nature of n Confession of l'nllb," This
was n relative of tho dillicultiei encountered In
teaching, or endeavoring to teach, correct English
lollnwailans. As this Will probably bo published
entire soon, nothing more will bo said nliout it
now, eicept tbnt it was uvnluablocontributlounnd
wns followed by nn interesting and Instructive dis
cussion, in which sovernl members took part. Mr.
Scott followed with nn illustration of bis method
of " Teaching English Composition," and gnvo
ninny excellent bints that would bu of value to
many newspaper writers, ns well na tu pupils In tlio
public schools. A largo majority of pupils disliko
to writo compositions, but it is becnuso llicy nro
not taught bow. In teaching this important but
neglected branch. Sir. Scott takes nn subjects for
beginners, nil object in tho school room, nnd re
quires sonio ono to Bay Boniethlng nbout it. Ho
confines them to short simple sentences which nre
written down, caro being taken to lmvo capital let
ters, punctuation marks, etc., correctly used. 116
teaciies inein niicrwiiru to comuino tiioirsentotuw.K
Bjstcmaticntly undir different headings; to cbnnge
two or more simple sentences to n complex sen
tence, nnd lends tlictu "long step by step through
tlio mnny necessary courses until tlioy nro able to
distinguish n perfect scntnco from nn imperfect
one, nnd to writo many things on common subjects
that would escnro the notice of ono who had not
been taught tho first nud most essential rudiments
of composition. Tlm measure of nny language.
Sir. Scott observed, is tbo ability to spca nnd
write tbnt language, nnd believes that tho nverngu
public school scholar can best bo tnugbt the uso of
Iangungo by synthesis, holding that analysis is un
necessary, except in teaching advanced pupils.
Lack of himcu forbids us from noticing further, ns
wo would liko to, Sir. Scott's remarks, which
caused nn nnimntid discussion, tbnt many would
lmvo been benefitted by hearing, nnd which occu
pied tbu balance of tlic tlmo allotted for tbo scs
Bion, it being thought better to discuss ono or two
bubjects thoroughly than to skip hurriedly over a
largo number. Sir, Atkinson's paper on " Wbnt
can bo dono toward providing efficient teachors
from among our own pupils," which was n part of
tho programme will bo u featuro of tho next meet
ing to bo hold nt tho samo place ou the firBtTburs
day iu May.
The cultivation of tbo rnmio plant has been tried
on these islands nt different times on a small scale,
nnd nlwnys with encournping results, but owing to
tho difficulties encountered in preparing tho fiber
fur manufacture very little attention ban been
given to it of Into years. There is much lnnd in
tho islands unsuited for sugar cano that could bo
made to yield enormously, it having been proven
thnt ns mnny nn four nnd iivo crops can bo har
vested each jenr, if the fiber could bo cleaned nt
nome. Jiiiorts navo uecn nindo for many yearn
pa8t to jierfcct machinery for this purposo but
never with complete success. Sir. CO. Coleman,
of Honolulu, is now constructing tbo model of n
machine with improvements of bis own invention,
of tlio successful working of which ho feels ns
rurrd. Sir, Colcmau has had considerable experi
ence with rainio nnd ramio machinery nnd under
stands what is wanted. A machine has been roado
in Louisiana that is slid to do tbe work. Tbo
Haider's Magazine, of January, contains tho fol
lowing on the samo subject : " It was long con
ceded thnt tho cultivation of this plant would
prove n very Ood send to tho Southern States, if
only sorno simple and economical method of mak
ing it marketable could bo invented. Now, nt last,
nnless tho New Orfteina Demoerut is grently nt
fault, this great desideratum bns boon ncliie'vcd.
Sir. Kendall has invented a machine that docs tbo
bnsjneas of cleansing tho fiber, while. Dr. Iloberts
lias discoveded a chemical that blenches it to tho
whiteness of snow. Their experiments not only
with tho ramie, but with other fiber-producing
plants, have, so tho public is assured, boon nt
tended with tho most gratifying sucees3. So con
fident is the Democrat, it dares to say thnt 'this cn
tiro problem, with its several rnniilidtions, is com
pletely' nnd satisfactorily solved.' Tho rnpjio is
what is otherwise called 'rhea' or 'China grass'
nnd is extensively cultivated In India. Whether
it will bo oxtenslvely cultivated in the South or not
seems to depend largely upon tho success or failuro
of tho invention already alluded to tbe great
difficulty at present being in separating tbe fiber
from tho stalk. This now lias to bo dono by man
ual labor, n Blow nnd- tedious tusk. The English
Government once offered n prizo'of $21,000 for n,
machine that would do tho work." We will havo
more to say concerning this in future isouea of the
An old snying thnt "it is a mean man who would
steal tho coppers from a dead man's eyes" wns
forcibly expressed Inst week here, by a party ac
tually doing it, excepting that dollars wero tnken
in lieu of coppers. Alo in tlio same case tbo pall
bearers presented bills for their services which I
imagine is the first case of the kind on record. It
is usually tho caso tbnt when denth bns set his seal
on n human being, enough of big fellow-men are
found to do tbnt Rervico gratuitously. Some other
irregularities occurred in the same caso which no
doubt will bo ventilated Tho King wns received
horo us bo should bu. loyally. -The citizens en
joyed tho musio from tho band, nud "onrBerger1'
was ii k tourleous ns usual.. ..Two of our denizens
got out search wnrranla for stolen property, nnd
ench succeeded in finding his goods in Ihe other's
possession, nud yet tbo cases wero settled nut of
court. Is it customary for tho courts in Hawaii
nei to bo made instruments, whereby men oan vent
their spleen on each other ?. , . .The mills nro grind
ing ns if it is probable tbnt the Treaty will termi
nate soon, nud each is nnxinus to get the crop into
market before that citastropho occurs The
l'uuneno mills are turning out I'.'i tons tier diem,
nnd only two mills nt work ; what will bo done
with the sugar when four mills nre completo nnd
nt work?.... Tho Slnnlnen wharf is being rebuilt
nt last, for which we nro thankful. The present
Governuitnt likes to dole out its improvements in
small f rngmeuts, probably tu let us know that it Is
etlll alive. However we would know thnt any way
ns we frequently see notices from tbe Interior De
partment that such nnd such n cab stand has been
changed. Our roads nro in n wretched condition
in ono sense, i. o.. very good for mules, but no
room for foot tiasaengcrs I tax payers must go to
tho wall which, in our esse, means walk in tbo
ditch, ns there nre no sidewalks nnd tho roads have
been crowned, leaving no walking room on tbo
Bides. If oue of tho benefits of n ten million loan
will be sidewalks for Wuiluku, then lot's have the
loan no matter if the entire bahineo is spent on
traveling expenses, coronations, a invenuo cutter,
or otherwise thrown nbout loose.
DuntKotbo boisterous weather of last week a
native sailor was washed overboard from the
schooner Wulimttu off tho Kohala coast nnd wns
drowned nt least nothing bns been seen or heard
of him since, ...Tho Star Mill bns had another
break down in tbelr gearing; but Ibe broken
wheel was Immediately replaced hy a new one and
tho mill is running again ns usual, ...The Kobala
Ijtdleo' Society held a very pleasant social on
Thursday evening last, at llio house of Mrs. E.
0. Bond vfhlili was tastefully ornamental' and
Illuminated for tbe occasion. The cold raw
weather doubtless prevented many from coming,
but evidently bnd no depressing effect on tbe
spirits of thoKo who did come,, ..Long live the
plantations I In a hundred ways tbsy develop and
civilize n district, aud imprnvo a community men
tally, mornlly and temporally. We call to mind
places nn this Island that were plg-pons of filth
aud iniquity, where Idleness was the ocmatant
occupation, drunkenness tbo normal condition and
sour jiotnto drink the reuular food, until tho
nhtuter moifd in nnd straightened things up, and
just at present as we see a plantation gang filling
up a spacious mud bole on our broadest pabllo
road we are reminded of the times without number
that the roads became almost impassable snd
remained so until the planter wished to cart, and
then in a few hours they werelngoodcondillon...,
Tbe latest mania in Kohala is going to the station
nt Hawi, below Hind's. Oa a fine day even the
ladies may be seen wending their way to the at
tractive spot ami returning in raptures aooot isa
whistle and bell " tbnt keeps ringing all tbe time
Just like a real train!", ...The Kohala plantation
mill btolo a pinion wheel last week which caused
a delay of a few days but it l running again as
usual.,. .Beautiful, warn, sllU ss(4r nloog tbs
coast of Hawaii) the winter mesas to baover for
the pmsflt at ls4uit,.,.TUHawsiiaoUllKd la
in operation, or rather that rrt of it wbieh has
bees oonstructad. and is sotwsying aaaar from ons
or two of tlMaim,..,etaasMisnataiahosalaaMa
Los, snd this owning. March 9th, cmU a heavy
body of twos asa bs sewn hanaiag over tt
sooaauio front Hilo. TU sailors oa Uu wbalsy
aWp fa Mm harbor resort fas est tka top or
summit for the last three nighty... ltev. Titnn
Coin has been unable to preach nfien nt hoivm In
Hilo, hut oneRabbnlh in forty-seven year.", nnd
that was Feb 2ftht ennsed by Influenn, which In
so prevalent In llllo Just now. ...The telcphnno
to connect Hilo and Ookaln, a distance of ihlrty-two
miles, is really to bo built. In n few months it
will bo rradv for business... .Joseph Vottet, a car
penter In tho employ of Hnknlau Plantation, wsh
drowned SInrch 7th, by the upsetting of n lmt
Ho thought tho scow wns in danger tbnt had guno
out to n schooner with n load of sngar. nnd want
out with only two natives beside himelf In a bont
tonld the ono that wns towing llio scow. Ho bad
been in tbo employ of tbo nliove plantation about
two years. He came from California', nothing it
known or his relations. ...This has been tho long
est nnd coldest winter season known here for
many yenrs. The put few days havo been wanner
In Iho Kohala district, nnd tho ro ids havo at time ft
been dry enough to be rough..., An accident on
tho Hawaiian railroad was reported last week.
The engine run into nnd killed n bullock, nt Iho
ssme time throwing two ears oft tho track, with
littlo damage. It is said that there isconsblernblo
passenger t raffle on tlio road.,, .A Norwegian nt
Koliala who had in ado considerable trnublo nnd
was finally hauled up, and preferred going to
Honolulu to (laying bis flue In Court, surprised
some of bis fellows by coming back in a neck nnd
going lo work, having evidently paid bis fine after
n Irinl of prison work. Ha only went tu sco which
was the best place, nud apparently It did not taka
him long to decide.
Interesting Plantation Statistics.
Circnlnrs wero nddrcsscil by the President of
the Bonrd of Immigration lo tho following corpo
rations nnd persons requesting statistics on tba
labor question, llioso names tunrked with nn X,
havo nt the present ditto mndo no returns.
Hero follows the 1'laulatioiist
llrcner ,fc Crownlngbiirg..
i,ai .w uu rtaniauon...
C)nnn 'ii Plantation......
.... llllo, Hawaii.
.... llllo. Hawaii,
Film, vllle Plantation
Hawaiian Agricultural Co..
Kaneidie Planlallnn ,
Hitchcock & Co.'s Plaut'n.i
Kohala Plantation Kohala. Hawaii.
Waialun Plantation ..Walalna, oahu.
Haiku Plantation o. I I ii-ii,,. .!
Haiku Plantation No 2f lalKH.Jlani.
Alexander,. Ilnlflwln's Pl'n.,l'ala, Manl.
J. M. Alexander.,..-. I'ala, Maul. ,
Union Mill Co Kohala. Hawaii.
NlulllI'lMlatliri.. Kohala, Hawaii.
lleccrnft Plantation 1 '
llawl Mill I Koliala, Hawaii.
Monlgomcry A Cu'pF!iiiiI'ii j
i'lISak!!!! Vmi""11"" J- llamakna. Hawaii.
llamaktia full. ......
Aaniauo Plantation , Haraakus, Hawaii.
Wnlakea Plantation l ., ,,i
WslsLss Mill f llllo, Ilawsll.
W. I. legate. V. Co's Plantat'n,.T aupahnehnc, Hawaii,
Soper, Wright A Co.
.....Knu, Han all,
, Itanamaulu, Kauai,
ii, ji. ii niiney.,..,
J. It. Mills....
Klluucs Plantation.... Ktlanea, Katisl.
I.lliuct Plantation l.llinc, Kauai.
Kekaha Mill Co Kekaha, Ksnst.
Pioneer Mill .....Lahalna, Maul.
Klpahulu Plantation. k... Klpaliulu, Maul.
liana Plantation liana, -Maul
drove Itanch Plantation..... .Makawao, Manl.
WalinanaliilSngar Co ...Watrminsio, Oahu,
11. W. Meyer ...Kalao. Molokal.,
Kekaha Plantation. Waltnca, Kauai.
Ahulniatiu Plantation...... .. .Koolau, Oahu.
Frank llludt .Kleclc, Kauai.'
(Irani A Ilrlgstoek Kllauca. Kauai,
Makeo Plantation Ultipalakna, Mnul.
Walheo Hogar Co -Wullicc, Maul.
Hawaiian Commercial Co Maul.
Makee ttcgar Co Kealla, Kauai,
Kcalia Plantation..-..., Kealla, Kannl.
Hniiuaoo Plaiitillou Kau. Hawaii. ',
Nnalehn Plantation. Knu, Hawaii.
Silica hngar Co ....Knit, Hawaii.
Htar.MIII ..Kohala, Hawaii.
Ilakalau Plantation Hilo, Hawaii.
.... llamaktia, Hawaii,
Huelo .Mill Co ,
Waianae bazar Co
Ilonokaa Sugar Co
Pacific bugar Mill
Hose A Co
Thompson & Chaptn
A. LldiMtc & Co
It. W.T. Purvis
. . .Lati paboehoe, Hawaii.
...Kobala and Lanpahoe-
Tbo following is a summary of tho statistics re
ceived from 72 returns. It will be noted tbnt re
turns from tho Spreckols nnd nthor plantations
nro not in, but tlioy will be included in nit amended
vuinnniiiii Sucar Engineers Clcrka Labnrersof
aiinnaiiue. ti..ii ovt...... -h rn.a.
aJissa. a o as tiiiuns sssi niiiusi
Nnmbor of Laborers desired, 2885.
Nationality preferred, excepting Hawaiian!, as
27 Planters prefer Portuguese arfd want 1,000.
Swedes or Scotch
Tnis following is a copy of the list of awards and
assessments of tho Queen street improvements, to
gether with form of notice sent to the aai.cssed
In the matter of widening Queen ell eel between Ka
iiiiimiitiM unit Fort ttreett, '
I hereby certify that the following is n true copy
of certificate filed in tho office ot tbo Registrar of
Conveyance, by tho Minister of the Interior, on
tho 28th dav of February, 1WJ.
W. N. AnxsTRoxci, Minister of tho Interior.
Hnw'ns men.. 0 11 0 2,2 IS
" women lis
Chlncsomen .3 3,0H
" women , Hi
Americans 11 IS IS 140
English 10 1 . 16 tit
l'oit'ugse men 1 3M
" women 80
South Sea Isl
anders men , MS
" women W
Germans 5 15 t
Norw'gns men 1 SOS
Other Natulfa 7 ' no
Japanese , 16
Dane it 1
! I . t
K S IT B. 3 5
3 3 2 S
r I r r
Geo Lucas $
Jas Campbell tUJpr ftJCIOOOi
K.t.te lien Miller " ' 38 no
II Ilackleld Co.. . r 100 OB 1(0 CIO
Wilder & Co ,.... to 00 to 00
Honolulu Iron Work 100 00 110 (CI
Chilian .1 Co. 50 Ou to 00
Estate-Jssltobln. on...-.,.. 4 m 410 (C 410 OI
Kst.le Jnl Anthou , 3 50 " 1W 15 117 ti
Allen & ftoblnson., " " K7U (5
.Masonic Hall , 3M " 118 W ut tit
J T Wsterhouse 3 00 ms fin 271) BO
K J Nolle , 3 00 " HIM 14 hO
Kstale Louis Anthon 1UI " 1MB) 1i uo
llelli. ttr A Co SOU ' 4KU) 43 0U
A W Pierce Co, properly- 3 Efl " 113 SO lutfl
A W Pierce Co. lease 100" 33 00 3D 00
Q W Macfarlaae & Co, Itob-
lnson property 1 Co " 43 OT 40 (
O M.cfsiians Co, Ojvt WW 91 W
property 1 00 "
E I'-Adtina 1 to " 43 30 M
O UrtwerACu... , 3 CD " I2IUJ VI 03
llollc. Co , 1(0 " 110 4C 30 IU
KMKIbblr. 1 to -rt 40 tl 4ft
MM Grlnbaum & Co...,.,,, 1 03 33 bO nso
A H Clerlinrn Co U) 3S 40 S3 40
Til Davies , 3 00 134 40 114 40
Wm II Irwin Co 100" 43 OU If. CM
11 HltKesllknlaul 100 UO 100 U0
Not. Tho damages claimed are 51,100 by Geo.
Lucas, IO.') by Jas. Campbell and 1)2,678 by the
estate of Gen. Sillier t ths-damazea awarded aro
A50 io Jas. Campbell and fOolJH to tbe Miller
estate ; the nmounts due olaimants are Geo. Lu
cas il.IOO, Jas. Campbell 10 and Millar estate
In tbe matter of widening Qnsea street between
Kasuuinanu and Fort streets.
Isisioa Orrtcs, March 2 1882.
Hist You are berebv required to paystthsof-
flos of tbe Minister of the InUrior the sain ot
dollars within niusty days from the date hereof,
being tbs amount assessed opou your estate and
tstsrsst benetttsd by the above widening.
I have lbs honor to be your obealsnt servant,
W. N. As4iaTaoso,MlaUitr of tbs Ihlerior.
FBUH GAEDE SUM !
Eiact4 Xcxt Week fra Han VraVMlftro, a
Pull AsvmitBMt C. i. atowea't
FRESH VCUTMLE I FLfHNER SEEN.
which will as oa sals, la osaalltles to sstv
IT TMH I. f MMWS FWT STREET STMC I
Or4r fsaat the ssasr ItJsaia caMlshf
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