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OCTOfUiK ;. iMi.
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II II., It. Kecllk.nl.111l, Indwcii quite scrl
cniily IihIUikwc.iI nf Kite.
I he weftthtr lin Iietin very Wittm llil wit.li
nine; 10 the irrfgtillrilyof llie Irwin.
On Monday inotnlnu ninl timing Tliuril,iy
nlp,ht licmy nml welcome .lumen of rain fell.
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J. V.. Ilutli I1.11 liccn n)K)IiilcI it member of
Hie llontil of llcnllh, vice J. S. Walker,
Anionc;.! the .iAciiner vvliu nrrlvcil by the
Aintiuia were Mr. I.cul 0.11, ion of Oiilnln
J. M. Oil of Honolulu, vvlio left licre twenty
t vcar fl(jo, vvliett n ainnll Iki)',
The mail slc.inier AmlnMi nrrlvcil from
Sail 1'r.incltni lnlii;ln; new tl.tte In Ibe 2lb
ult. She lrcntlil slxty-nlnc uwin;cr. for
Honolulu nml cirrleil tun from llil !( to
A pleataiit strenailltii; miiprlc p-iity look
possession of the premise of Mr. I.nsc, on
Tiieil.iy evening litt, In Irmlcr tliclr coti;r.it
iiIaIIiiiij on bit ilmiikJ return nml to (jrett III
briilc willi lieatly nlolia to tlicic Islands,
The prcmltc of Mr. I). I', Peterson, nil
joininj; Knlina Sq111rcucrce11t1r1.il livl S.tli
billi mornint;, vtlillc t he family were nt church,
liyMime thievishly disjiosril ersoii who look
vvlnl small cli-uigc be found In runii;lii; one
of the drawer. Hit cnltancc nml exit must
liavt" been lliioii;h one of the wltulnus, a all
the doors were fattened.
A meeting of the Temperance Committer
wat held in the I'orl Si. Church vcktry, on
Mnnihycvcniiig litt, the 2d Intl., to itctite
plant for mcctinf; the questions of the day, in
the tcmotnl of restrictions on liquor to natives.
Vanout point were considered, and the likeli
hood nf dela)t and expenses of suits, in sceint;
the law carried out to the letter, duly weighed,
but nil present felt that the time for a watchful,
determined, ri;i;russivo course was nt hand.
Queen Knpiolani, on Wednesday last, in an
swer tn a written request from the Chief Juslic'e,
appealed in court as a witness in the trial of
the case of Kaiqiono ct nl. vs. Kaolin, in eject
ment. She was met at the front entrance to
Alllolani I laic by Marshall Parke and escorted
in a scat on the Pencil on the left hand of the
Chief Justice, from which place, after having
been sworn, she gave her deposition. The
Court and liar rose upon her entry and de
parture. We are constantly in receipt of private letters
, from all parts of ihe archipelago, commend
ing the course of the I'Kg&sand complimenting
its improved appearance. I'rom among the
many, we publish the following frnm Kauai :
"Allow me to congratulate )ou on the im
provements vou have effected in the Saiukhav
I'RCfS, both as icgards appearance and inalttr.
As long as the country maintains such outspoken
and independent exponents of public opinion
as the PltllbS and Gazelle now are, it does not
seem possible that abuses and infringements of
our constitutional rights can go very far."
A memorial service of the V. M. C. A., con
ducted by the 'President, Mr. A. Pratt, was
held last Sunday evening, the 1st inst., at 6:3a
p. m,, which was very hrgely attended, and
the tributes nude by .Messrs. Pratt, Whitney,
How en and others were appropriate and touch
ing in svmpathy, and further, were beautiful in
the testimony that the life of their late brother,
Chas. T. Dillingham, had not been in vain.
A series of resolutions expressive of svmpathy
and condolence were passed unanimously,
copies thereof to be sent tn the alllictc'd family
and to" the 'ritnJ, for publication.
Mr. Oman's discourse last Sunday evening,
on "Free Itum; what ate jou going to do
aliout it?" was one of those practical common
sense appeals for active work to combat the
evils of ruin selling and rum drinking, and to
foster public opinion' in behalf of tenqierance,
that must have been beneficial to all present.
Various sections of the new liquor law were
read,' and showed to be stringent enough, but
the law was not going to force itself; but that
the temperance workers of this city and these
islands, backed by a strong public sentiment,
should go to work on the enforcement of the
provisions of the law and take the money-
making out of the accursed business and cloe
up every saloon in the place. We trust similar
practical addresses will be given from time lo
time un this important subject.
The theatre was well crowded last Saturday
evening to witness the perrorinance of the
Alaska Minstrel Troupe. The ticket sellers
and ushers were boj from the Alaska, and
scattcretl aWil the audience were several
other blue Jackets. A numlier af officers were
also present. The first part of the prograpimc
was very good. 'The songs anil choruses were
well sung, and the local puns were pointed and
well received. The tableau," " Slavery Da) s,"
with' which the first pait concluded, brought
down ihe house. It represented America,
rolled in the Stars and Stripes, removing the
' shackles from a slave, while a' sailor, with
drawn cutlass, and a soldier, with hi musket,
stood guard on either side. The orchestra
plavcd tee "Star Spangled llanncr" as the
scenes were moved Itack, and the whole house
rang with cheers and applause, which were
continued long after the curtaju fell. In the
second iwtt of the piogranimc, the Solos by
Mr. Kohler weie excellent! the double song
and daiice lit Young and Itaffcrty, two of the
t Alaska lioyi, the harmonica, solos ty George
Ducklcy, and the Hawaiian airs by a native
quartette, were good. The singing of "The
Old Log Cabin," by G, W. -Miller, was also
vciy good. "The Stage-struck Moke," a
farce, was not a success, "The lllack Statue,"
which concluded thetieifuiiiunce, was amusing
in parts, but was loo long. Kohler'sonhestra,
(Mr. Kohler Is an orchestra In himself,) con
tributed greatly to the enjoj incut of the even
ing. There was some difficulty in hotting
people to their reserved teats, owing to the
ushers, all fioin ihe Alaska, not being ac
quainted with the hall. Two member of Ihe
crew, who weie intoxicated, acted disgrace
fully, and iheit hiiunaiea who sat near them
deserve credit for their attempts 10 keep lliem
tulct. It ai Ust became necessary (o eject
them. Willi ihcse exceptions, ihe performance
passed off pleasantly. We have often seen
oittfcssionaU do vtoise titan Young, Miller and
Wainer of the Alaska. If they play again,
uedo not doubt that they wilt have a full
Tint tt.it it nice little story nlioitt the entry
man from Maliiikonn. Sold neiln
Mr. William Hopper retimiol fnmi tlic
Stale by Ibc Aliilmlla, Willi a young briite.
The Daily lliillilin office It to be incited to
Queen tlrcet nplle U'ett't enrrtnge factory.
The King gave ft luaii to a number of Intltcil
friend at bit Waiklkl retldencc lul Saturdiy.
There vvn. teiy little tlriinkcnnc on Ibe
tlreclttatt Mnmliy, Ibe day Ihe new liquor
law mine into operation.
'I he Knelt! will hereafter be publidied nl
the office of Ibc SvlVKliAV I'ltM".. T he pre
ten! number i Ibe tirtt Ittueil from tbi office.
Scleral urtlliit, It it Mid, detcrleil from II.
II, M, S. .V.ri before the trtihil from Ihi
xnl for (JiKnini1iO.
(iovcnior iJdinliiit bat nppolnted II. N. Kn
linlii, Deputy Ilivlikl Jutticc of the district of
IxiuilaiipoKo, thit island.
Some much-needed liiiprovciiit.it arc being
mule in Kuima Kipiare iltiiini; the? vacation of
Wo oteud tliinkt to Captain O. V. Jenkt,
of tlieb.uk A ft Mm my, for S.tn I'rancisco
At I'orl Slice! Church Sunday morning, Mr,
Cnian will picach bit " I'iisl Annual Ser
mon," and in the escnini; n tcrnion to ) ruing
people on " Kenillng."
Mr. J. A. V. (Iiipp, Diplomatic Agent for
Norway, ntrlvtil by XhcAiitlialia last Suml.iy,
via San I'rancisco nml wat pictcnleil In the
Kiiii; the follow in); ilay.
At Mr. Well' music store may br seen n
portrait of King Kalakntia painted on silk and
represented a drcstcd in the royal robe of Ibe
I jnperor of Japan.
Tlicoqpnirini; committee of the Hawaiian
Agricultural Society intend to call Ihe first
meeting for Ihe third week of the present
A party pf four sent out by the U. S. Cov-
eminent to nbsersc the transit nf Venus from n
station selected in New Zealand, pissed
through by the Auilnilia last Sunday.
The bell of Kawaii'bao Church was tolled
last Sunday night after 12 vt,, Monday being
the diy the liquor was In go Into cfiecl, but it
was Ihe work of natives and not of the pastor
as the '. C. A. erroneously states.
The steam jachl Ceylon, which left I'ngland
last October, for a pleasure trip around the
vvoild, and touched at Honolulu, returned
there August 22d, having sailed 37,000 miles
with uninterrupted success.
A rifle team with twelve charter members to
be called the "Hawaiian Kille Associilion '
of which the King is president, his been
filmed. As soon as the organization is com
pleted other members will be admitted and
regular day be selected for practice.
The San I'ranciscans have bad a visit from
the Princess of Louise and the .Marquis o
Lome, Governor (leneral of Canada. They
had departed for llritish Columbia, and on
their return will make a longer stay in Cali
fornia. The water tap in the second story of the
post-office was left open last Friday evening
when there was no water running. As soon as
the water was turned on again it flooded the
room and did considerable damage below.
This is the second time that the office has been
flooded iir the same careless manner.
Mr. Furneaux, has removed his studio from
Ibe (internment building to Dr. Whitney's
reception room on Fort street, .Mr. Furneaux
left by the l.HcliU last Tuesday for Kohala to
make .sonic sketches. On his return he will
place on exhibition bis new sketches anil also
a number recentl) made in Koolati, Oahu. .
Photographs of members of the Mission
Cliihlien'.s Soqcety to be placed in the Cousin's
new album, may lie sent to Miss 11. Judd, who
has been appointed to take charge of the album.
It is iarticularly desired that photos of all the
officers of the society from the time of its or
ganization be obtained for preservation in this
manner, as a historic record.
We have to record the sad death of Mrs.
Lucas, wife of Mr. fieorge Lucas, a well-
known resident of Honolulu, which occurred on
Utaril the bark D. C. Mimay at 3 A. M. on
Wednesday morning last. Mr. and Mrs.
Lucas were returning from a visit to San Fran
cisco. Mrs. Lucas-was ill when they left that
fxirt and did not recover after getting to sea
When she died the Mimay was IjingoiTthe
windward side of this island in a calm. A
lioat was sent to Waimanalo, Koolati, and the
sad intelligence telephoned to town, The
steamer Wiiimaiiala was sent out and towed
the Mm ray into port, arriving here about 7 l.
M. Mrs. Lucas was bulled the next (lay, and
the funeral was attended by a large number of
friends, with whom the community joins In
their expressions of sympathy for the bereaved
family. The flags of the fire department, of
which Mr. Lucas was formerly chief engineer,
were at half-mast during the day.
Theie was a large gathering at Kaumakaplli
Church Sunday evening. The new liquor law
It is evident, is not thought advisable or desira
ble by many Hauaiians. Addresses were made
by lion. A. F, Judd, P. C. Jones, Jr., Kev.
Mesirs. llond, Hvde, Forlies and Parker.
Kev. J. Kauhane, Hon, S. Alwnhi, Hon. J.
U. Kawvinul, 1), W, Arnold, J. Kalama were
the Hawaiian shakers. The popular senti
ment was that their representatives had lie
traved the interests of the people. The tone
of the addresses was hopeful and cheering.
The people do not vtant free liquor. The
determination was expressed lo resist the
spread of intoxication. Young and old were
called upon to maintain total abstinence princi
ples, and help each other In preventing intem
perance from dcstro)ing the character, health
and prosperity of the people. It was voted to
present a memorial to the Minister of the In
tcrior requesting that no more litpior saloons
than there aie now lie licensed in Honolulu.
T1ie Hoard of Representatives of ihe Hono
lulu File Department, at their regular monthly
meeting, held last Thursday evening, passed
ihe following resolutions.!
WllkunAS, 'lh laitd uf Diiint Provide! ha Utn
hcattly hU on our itttd Kx Chief tCiigiiir, Qeo,
loicat, by the removal from our mUst of hi wife, am
we who hat been ton- atsmUied with hlmtnth set,
rat all of lift ar Jesirou of unifying our roped fur
lha yiciuor of the deported, and ala Icnderm ortr
svmpathicaloih tuaurutn liootcltoU xnlUtcd by thit
dupeusottout thticforr, be it
RetithiJ. That w siiuertly cxhuIuI with our Ex
Chief and lli tucoiber of hi beloicU fabiily oil the
di altklloii with which it ho blessed Ditto i'rovl.
dciua 10 tii them, and commend Ihcw for consolation
to Him who outer all thing fur th bta, nd whos
rhAiltkefueut &i nieaiit In merer.
Kt$lrJ, 1U1 this heartfelt testimonial of tviupalhy
uj sorrow be forw&nieo! to Ex-Cbicf huglneer Lucas
id4 hi femur, UiA IHiUisheu ut list ncwspAbcr 01 uu
cliy.uv uw tcsmwy " "u iKuinucni.
Itcvcrend Titus Cosin i improving slowly
and it able to tit iqi each day nboitt an hour.
I Ic ha Rood npietitc and may jet lie able to
be around again, lie I anxioiit In lute
friendt call on him n be I able to convene
much licller than be could , . , , People who arc
fond of sky Raring are having a treat In looking
nt the finest comet tb.it bat been seen In many
)car. I 'rom Hllo it it very plaint) tccnaixmt
S A, M. when not rloudy. It It nlxiut 15 dc
grect long Quite nn excitement was creat
ed during scrticcln the foreign church nt Ko
bala, on Siimhy, September 1 lh, by China
men coming up the plantation road, nrmed
with hoc and cane knives, and going on a trot
toward Kaiopild. The cause proved In be n
fire in the ravine mniikn of Ihe Wilson litem:
set, originating, it watwld, In the catclcssnet
with lliclr smoking by viinc Portuguese who
went up through the ravine. 'Ihe fire rushed
up cither side of the ravine tit the dry grass,
hurtling over some four or five acre, but by
considerable exerlioii was fnidm.ilely slopped
at the fences to the cane fields, . . .'! lie Hew
justice of Kohala district dlsclnrgcil n cate of
nsfiutl and Inttciy this week, because the
pllsoner bad not succeeded In Indicting the
Injury he bid attempted, first with n hoc, and
Ibcn with n stone in bis band (picked up
during Ibe struggle) aimed at the bead of his
antagonist, "lie didn't bit him," but only
tried tol Auwel I.cfs have another juilgc.
Ilc.ir in mind that so f.ir as the victim wat
concerned, the assault was unprovoked, and
the cause of It, to him, unknown Question
I the late I'. ,M. (J. considered among voitr
townspeople a fit emissary In send on a mission
of Immigration In Japan, and If It were nccct
sary fur him to have n secretary, why not
equally so the Commissioner to Portugal?
Would like In know, that's all. And why
this sending of .1 new commissioner on Portu
guese Immigration, after Ihe successful efforts
of the first one were nipped In the bud? Isn't
there considerable child' play In the m-tncii
vers of the present ministry?... Queen Dow
ni'ir Knima visited Kobila on her return from
llilo, and met with a most hearty rcccptfon
from liolb natives and foreigners. A special
train, Ibc expense of which was paid by the
natives, conveyed Her Majesty from Mahukona
to Kohala, the car she occupied being lieauli
fully decoratcll with evergreens. Large num
bers of people flocked to meet her and she was
accorded enthusiastic and heartfelt greetings of
which any one might be proud.
THE NATIVE PRESS.
We have been informed that the millionaire
(Claus Spreckels) has gone to buy out the
claims of the heirs of I.add & Co,
We hear that the amount Ihe hciis of Ladd
& Co. claim of Ibc Hawaiian Government
reaches the sum of $1,000,000. And if their
claims arc granted' one half of that sum will lie
given to the lawjers.
Iist evening the water tap in the upper
story of the Post Office, which is now leased
by Mr. Cibson were left open, and the water
ran all night leaking through into the Post
Office. This Is the second accident of this
sort. At the first accident, the loss for repairs
was $600. Pcrhajis Ihe second will not be as
great as the first.
The long-tailed comet now in view fore
tokens trouble lo omc during the administra
tion of Mr. Gibson.
$14,300, SIOII'.N I-ROM ritK COVEKNMKNr.
It is a painful task which falls tqion us to be
constantly exhibiting before our people the
evil and rascally deeds, the obliquities and sins
of the public administntfion of some of our
cabinet officers at the present time ; and it will
perhaps be said of us by the enemies of the
truth, that they have been invented by us.
Hut let the truth speak for itself. The follow
ing exosition or fraud will be read with feel
ings of pain, disgust and grief.
When Mr, II. A. P. Carter was a cabinet
officer, an agreement was mule between the
Minister of the Interior, who was also Ihe Pre
sident of the Itoard or Immigration, and the
planters, that the Government should import
Portugese laborers at its own expense, and
vhcn landed herein Hawaii, each planter who
took laborers, was to pay $too for each man,
and $50 for each w oman, while the Govern
ment was to pay $50 for each woman to make
up the sum of $100 for the cost of each.
When the Portugese (sic) steamship Mon
arch arrived, Gibson was the Premier, and the
terms of the agreement were carried out with
those who took the Portugese.
Hut the second steamship bringing Portugese,
the Jfaiisa, arrives with 1167 Portuguese pass
sengcrs, only 286 of whom arc women. And
now Ihe Government undertakes, under the
guidance of the Minister of Interior, counselled
by his own wits, to pay the whole expense,
and to excuse the planters from paying their
half of the expense for the women, $50 apiece,
as according to the first agreement.
The planters have not asked the President
of the Hoard of Immigration, that is Mr. Push,
to free them from their half of the expense for
the women, 1. e. $50, and that they should
take them gratuitously, and the Government
should bear all the expense for the women on
its own shoulders, thus trampling under foot
the agreement made by a previous minister,
which this cabinet carried out in the case. of
the steamship Monaich,
The reason for this crookedness is this. Some
time ago the Planters' and Labor Supply Co.
asked the Government to accredit Mr. .Samuel
T. Alexander ns nn agent to go and seek la
borers of the government of Japan, at the ex
pense of the Association, without the expend
iture of a single dollar out of the public
treasury in the undertaking, but this cabinet
denied the request of the Association. Tins
refusal of the Government has resulted in the
deliberations of tlris weighty body lieing much
talked of throughout the country.
And when these ministers heard that this
liody of rich men of the land vv as to meet again
in this month of Octolier, and that they would
assemble with the report rankling in their
hearts that they had been treated with indig
nity, and to this was added the impatience of
the people for the foolish government of some
of the present cabinet they (two) thought
they had better appease the anger of this
powerful body with the alluring and seductive
proKsal that the Government should bear the
cx-xmisc of the Portuguese women out of the
public treasury, the; very thing against which
the Premier loudly lifted up his lying voice in
the legislature : " Not a dollar of the Govern
ment shall lie spent without the consent of the
The number of the Portuguese women iui-
K)itcd on the ansa, was 2S6, and if the ex
pense of bringing them was $100 apiece to the
Government, then the amount expended on
litem was $28,600, lhatU for the women alone,
without counting in the children. Hut if the
previous agreement were carried out in regard
to the women as was done In regard to the
women of the ManasxA, the, Government
would luvc only $14,300 to pay. Thus by the
attempt of these minister to appease the anger
of these strong men, the public treasury ha
lost, been robbed, of $14,300.
Do these minister think that the thousands
of dollar belonging to the public, used to
assuage the wrath of the planters against their
heartless and snaky actions, will not cause the
anger of the people (a burn continuously at (hi
prodigal cxcnditure of their money?
U ll.1w.1ii.1ns I people of the land) U King
and the blessings for which our ancestors' la-
IkhciII we consider these actions of some of
out ministers, and at the' same time take Into
account their base deed previously done, and
must unhesitatingly say thai Hawaii "I now
standing ill n critical ignition near that gulf of
uiiKiid debt Into which Kg) pt has just plunged
while we stand looking nt Ihe hitler end that
comet from the internal mid external trouble
tint lietet our beloved land."
Whilst nt cl the (lovcrnmcnt ha not quite
thrust itt feet Into the deep abyss of trouble,
in Ihe name of the people we Join our voice
with that of the Honorable J, Nawahl In
loudly demanding ns he did In last week's
" l.et Ilutli step ilown and out nf plar e,
ll (Hlfon nolo tave the race "
- I'm Ainu, Sii, y, 88,
QUKP.N KM MA AT llll.O.
KlUTOK Prp.ss: -Her Majesty Queen Dow-
ngcr ljuina arrived at Illlo, at 5 P. M. on the
evening of Tuesday, Scplcnibcl 26th, from
P11111, where she had been Ihe guest of Captain
Kldatl. At lllloshc islhcgucstof Hon, Joseph
II. Nawahl, The bridge over Ihe Wahkca
river wat beautirully decorated with evergrccnt
for ibe occasion, and on a large canvas tus
pended nlMive it were ilnlcd the word
"Kalclcnn.1l.1nl Aloha." A fine large golhlc
arch was erected over the gUcway to Mr. Na
vvahi's residence. This was also neatly decor
ated ami in the center ol It were (he word
"I.ein.Mc Knlclcnnhkini!" Inimcdlalcly In
fronl or the residence was another arch beating
Ihe words "Aloha e kn I.anl ka lliwahlwa n
ka I-ihui." The house also was neatly decor
alcd; one r the most nolicahlc ornament be
lug a large Ixiquct on the center table prci
tented by Judge I'. S. I.) man and wife. In
the evening she was serenaded by a company
of voung Hawaiian, and on Thursday a large
deputation of natives of Inilli sexes, from Hnlli
church presented lioolii'ii In tier Majesty,
bearing with them prescnls of ;'", pig, kit,
sugar cane, etc. j they also pressed forward to
kiss her hind.
Among those who called at her reception
were Judge I'. S. I.ynian and wife, D. II.
Hitchcock and wire, Miss Cora Hitchcock, Dr.
C. II, Wetmore, Miss I.ucy W'etmore, Hcv.
i:. Ilaker, Itcv. W. 11. Oleson and wire, Dr.
C. S. KIttredge and wife, Mrs. I.. Severance
and daughter, Mrs. Jonathan Austin, W, I..
Itosc ami wife, I., Jesus, Kev, Charles I'ouzot
and others. Kcv. Titus Coan, who was unable
lo attend, requested Her Majesty lo call on
him, which she did and had a most pleasant
interview with Ihe venerable missionary.
The Queen accepted an invitation from Mr.
C. C. Kennedy tn lake a ride nn the railway
of the Waiakca plantation, and a pleasant trip
was made into tee cane fields a distance of four
miles from the mill.
Utioii leaving llilo by ihe l.ikcliU, Her
Majesty was cscoilcd to ibc steamer by a large
company or natives accompanied by the Hllo
Hand, and tvventy-four youths carrying torches.
Her reception was a most hearty one and the
people witnessed her departure with reluctance.
J. A. M.
I'lillOK I'KhSs. The writer was amused at
the editorial of the '. C. A. in the issue of
Sept. 25th. While the article had for its object
ostensibly the holding up of the opposition to
ridicule, there was either purposely or inadver
tently (as the case may be) a general showing
up of His Majesty's weakness and folly. Sup
pose I quote aline or two: " Other attacks
on the king have been made under the' childish
impression that they could frighten him." His
Majesty, or the " Oppressor, " as you please,
cither fell tickled from the . C. A. stand.
point, or if he beat all sensitive, must have
been mortified at Ihe bare mention of coward
ice as the sentence reads from the opposition
rgain : The opposition desires that " he
would send a midnight messenger to give Min
isters the sack." Now the '. C. A., in her
ring to the king's jiction on a certain occasion
when be did perform the mean and contempti
ble act as quoted, but adds fuel to the flame.
Strange the '. C. A. should endeavor by such
means to still ftirthcr weaken the king's cause.
V urtlierniorc it should be distinctly understood
that the op-xwition in no way countenances
such action on the part of the king. Yet sup-
losing he did give the present Ministers the
sack ; could the case in any sense be consid
ered a parallel one ? Far from it ; very far.
Are such gentlemen as they place foremost in
the opposition, and others that might be men
tioned, lobe compared for one instant with
the present mutton-headed cabinet with its
Itush-whackcr and hula performer? The '. C.
A. inwardlyknows the weakness of their posi
tions while the poor, deluded yet goal nalurcd
king must ultimately sufler the just penalty of
his folly in appointing them.
Once more let me quote: "The Planters'
Supply Company conducts the present opposi
tion in order that they may fill the places of the
present Ministers." It is downright weakness
for that wolf in sheep's clothing to attempt to
impress such an idea on the public or the
In the first place the Planters' Lalxir and
Supply Company does not conduct the present
opposition. They can simply form a part of
it. Members of thc-associalion, unlike those
people comprising the mutton-head cabinet,
can in no way afford to accept positions under
the present incumlient unless there lie a radical
reformation ; no more have they any desire to,
be identified In the slightest tlegree wjth the
sham show and tinsel glitter now in progress.
It will lie an exceedingly difficult matter for
Kalakaua lo induce respectable men to lake a
seat in his cabinet unless there he such reform.
Now is the lime when men of refinement and
education are required in His Majesty's serv
ice. Kalakaua iad the opportunity of making
his kingdom one worth reigning over, but he
has allowed the opportunity to slip through Ids
fingers j hence the present discontent tljat
turning over a new leaf only can stay.
The Supreme Court openeil Its Octolier
urvdon on .Monday the and inst., with Chief
Justice Judd presiding.
The Attorney General conducts the prosecu'
lion for the Crown.
The first case called was, (hat of a South Sea
Island man charged with aggravated assault.
The prisoner pleaded guilty through an inter
preter, and was sentenced to one dollar fine
and nine months imprisonment, almost the
mildest possible sentence under the law.
The second case tried on lite tame day bc
fine a Hawaiian jury, was that of G. II. KalaauJ
kane (a native tiw)cr and the oldest living
member of the Hawaiian liar), charges) with
adultery. This was an appeal from the decision
of the I'olicc Magistrate wherein the prisoner
was sentenced lo one hundred dollars fine
ami costs. The verdict of the jury was con
firmatory of the sentence passed by the lower
court. The prisoner was tent to jail through
failure of pecuniary ability to satisfy the fine
ami costs, two dissentient. John Kussel cuun
sel for the defense.
On the same Say was also tried before Uw
'Jury the case of Kaiuco, a Hawaii )-oifc,
for burglary of the house of Mr s K Kaai I
Verdict, guilty, three dhsuiling. Mr Whiting
for the prisoner. ' ,
0hhr jttt, -The King to. Nakl and Ka
maka, charged with cattle stalling at Kane
obc, O.thti. Verdict guilly, Ihicc dhtenililg.
John Kutscll for the prisoners.
0tohr -flh, Kaupono and other vs. Nn
oho, ejectment. Verdict for the plff. three
dittcnllng, A. S. Ilartwell for the pllf J. M.
Davidson for the dcfl.
Otlckr jM. Katilulo vi. Knpono, eject
ment. Verdict for deft. W, It. Cattle for
plff ) It. I", Itickcrlon for deft.
The case of KcpahonI vt. Wahllanl, admin
istrator of the estate of I lan.i, nssumiislt for
$79JI verdict for pIlT, for$j. I'. M. Hatch
for plff) J. M, Davidson for deft.
Otlckr dill Alohlkcn vi. I). Ilcnlamina,
cjcclmenl. No Verdict. A. S. Ilartvtcll
for plff.f It, I". Ilickctton for deft.
GOLDEN Wnn)lNOj,lNNlfnRSAR Y.
A reception wat held nn Monday latt nt the
residence of Ihe Itcv. livt ell Smith and wife
In Nutianu, In honor of the fiftieth nnnlvcrtary
of lliclr wedding day. A large number or res
ident friend and acquaintances took advantage
of Ihe occation In present their compliment
and congratulation tn the aged pair nt the
successful accomplishment of n period in
limited life which but comparatively few
mortal are spared lo tec.
It wat Indeed an occasion for congratulation,
not only on account of the lengthened and
felicitous character of lliclr connubial life, n
vouchsafed to them by n kind and overruling
Providence; but, for the titiful christian work
they had been enabled to perform during that
period, n christian missionaries among a be
nighted people. Among these to-day, nn
name nre liettcr known, or ninrc revered,
than those nfthlt venerable couple whose
golden wedding day hat so recently transpired.
The name of KitniUit and A'amUa uttliiiit will
long remain fresh, in the memories of the Ha
waiian people especially, at faithful, devoted,
and Industrious servant in connection with the
history or Christianity in these Islands,
Upon thit occasion appropriate and tasty
floral and evergreen decorations adorned the
wall or their dwelling and conspicuous among
the sinic were lobe seen the suggestive figures,
The ceremonies were opened by the reading
or n letter or congratulation by Dr. Hyde from
old friends In the United State: this wat fol
lowed by some appropriate remarks from Dr.
Smith and Mrs. Smith. The latter expressed
her pleasure nt receiving the congratulations
of her friends, and referred to the happy mem
ories of her long married life. She dilated
also on the subject of their mission career, and
expressed an unalloved satisfaction at the
choice they had made of a life-calling, and ex
pressed her unabated solicitude for the welfare
of the native race, and alluded, also, in touch
ing language, to her own family connections.
A gold watch was presented to Hcv. L.
Smith by Dr. Damon in bebalT or a number or
his Mends as a token or their esteem, and long
Appropriate poems were read by Miss
Chamberlain and by Mrs, K. P. Adams, the
first or which was a composition by Mrs. Deal,
wife of the first pastor of the llcthcl Church,
and the latter a production from the pen of
Mrs. Dillingham, only daughter of Mr, and
Mrs. Smith, who is not unknown in Honolulu
circles for her previous poetic efibrls.
Remarks were also made by Dr. Damon and
by Kev. A. 0. Forbes, the latter presenting a
brief but interesting account of the mission
life of Dr. Smith and wife during their pro
tracted sojourn here. He mentioned the Tact
that through their eflbrts, the first adobe
church was built at Kwa, on this Island,
where it still stands as a fitting monument of
their early and valuable efforts in the christian
ization of the Hawaiian people.
Mr. F. W, Damon after making some in
teresting remarks in relation to his own school
boy days, and those of others, who were form
erly under the tuition of Mrs. Smith, presented
in their behalf a purse containing a number of
After partaking of refreshments, and tasting
of the golden wtJtling cake, a prayer fitted to
the occasion, was then offered by Dr. Hjdc.
The company then began dispersing.
The original intention was to have held the
golden wedding at the residence of Mr. II. F.
Dillingham, and invitations were issued to
that effect, but Ihe sad fatal accident
which recently occurred to Mr. Dillingham's
brother near to the time of the projected event,
changed the plans, both in regard to time and
CHLEiVDAR, OCTOBER TERM, SS.
HAWAII VN JURY-imilNAL CASES.
Hi Kx. Edward Prc&ton, Attorney General for the
Ken. vs. G. It. Kalaaukane: Adultery.
Kex. vs. Nalnoaelua; Selling spirituous liquors with
Kex. vs. Kanaio; Hurglary,
Kex. vs. Nakl and Kamaka. Stealing a cow.t J Rus
sell for defendant.
Papuka vs. Maiwalo: I'jcctmenf.
Kaupona vs. Naoho: New trial ordered.
(Nakeu vs. Ahima and others: Aplical front Interme
diary Court. K. F. Ilickerloii for plaimilT, A. S. Hart-
wen lor ucicuuams.
Mele v. Ahuna and others: Appeal. K. F. Iticker
ton for plaintiff, A. S. Ilartwell for defendant.
Alohikea vs. 1). lleniamina. K. F. Ihckerton for
plaintiff. A. S. Ilartwell for defendant.
Kaoluht v. Kaixino: LJeclment. v. Rt Castle for
plaintiffs, K. F. llickerton for defendant.
It. Kcnolsonl . VValiilani: As&uinttsil. P. M. Hatch
lor plainttll, J. M. ua tason tor uelcndanl.
Waianika v. Chung Wa. V. R. Castle for nlalnllfT.
J. Kuscll for defendant.
Waianika v. John Crowderi Ejectment VV. R.
Castle for plaintiff, Kussell for defendant.
l l Hopkins t. Cliung vva: Kjcctment, VV, K.
Caule for plaintiff, A. S. Ilartwell for defendant.
Houlchookano vs. W II. Daniels; Assumpsit. J. M.
Davidson for plainlitT, K. F. llickerton for defendant.
Khkapcka v. the Ookala Sugar Company; hject.
inent. VV. K. Castle for plaintiff, K. lreuou and K. F.
llickerton for defendant.
Makakanev. W, Ii, , Kvcrett, Guardian nf Mary
lloeha. Ilolokahikt for plaintiff, S. It, Hole for de
fendant. Kauko and Joseph Klcard vs. C. 1. Alona etal.:
Kjcctmenl. A. S. flanwell for plainlilTs, W. K. Cattle
Samuel Andrews vs. Joe WjUley et ah W, R: Castle
S. Kalcoliano vs. J. W. Kainapau, I. V. Ktaweopa.
la, Atey, and Anona! LJectmenl. W. R. Castle for
Uuka Wood, Abigail Frank Mayand Grace Kelt. vs.
Mahcc: Ejectment. J, M. Davidson for plalntilT, K.
F. Btckcrtoit for defendant.
Moehonua v. VV. M. Gibson; Ejectment. R. F.
Ihckerton for plaintiff, F M. Hatch for defendant.
John C Cluuey vs. Kuth Kechkolani; Attuouwii, S.
Ik I We for plaintiff.
Iloev. U Aldoandllopu: Ejectment. Holokahikl
rOKIICN JL'KV CmtllNAU CASKS.
Rex. vs. Rom Pong: Ijtrccuy
Kex. vs. Paiatara;. .Maiming
Ke. vs. Ah Fong: Opium in posseuion. V. R.
Catl for defendant.
K. T. Lcnchan & Co. v.
Cecil Brown for plaintitfs,
I R. Mills; Atvumissit.
K. '. llickerton for de-
ti. W. Macfarlane vs. I. K. Xldl! Auuinput. Cecil
mown lor ptaunut, K. t. UKkcrton foe defendant.
Edward Ualchelor and hit wife . Chaile r isliel
tlrtach of Covenant. K. proton for iJainliffs, J. M,
Jante MciJulrs vs. Robert IliliK and J K. Mdl
garnishee: Asuiasuut. A. S. I lul well for plainlitT, S.
B. Dote for dtfcndaiit.
Apal v. Kun Sal and A ruin j; Asuuinit, Cecil
Urowli foe plaintUf.
Henry Johnaon rt. 1. I'. Ilsdaler Action on War.
rainy. A. S. Hartwkll foe plaintiif, J, M. UavUn
and M. Hatch for defendant.
J. Lajaiu vt. (i. trousseau! Atuuipit. I Ruscll
lor plainlitT, K. f. Utckettun Ut dcfewUnl.
J. C Minill . V. T. lohan; Ausupsj, K.
Preuoii foe pLauttitT, J. kl. lUtidson for defendant.
T. P, ludateys. Henry Johnaon and C ll.Ti.dal
and 11. H. Uavic garnishee: Aminwit. K. M, Hatch
for pUlutKT, A. S. Ilartwell foe defendant,
Ida B. Cavstk and W, K. Castle vs. A: Vitctuem.
W, K. Caatk for plalntttT, U (Kidsauleltd U defendant.
2 4MU Us 'W
Ilinkley . C T- Rod jets and ti. L ruck:
M. UatUson foe pUinlisT, S. U. Dole foe
Wkitiufocplaioiiir, J. KuwtU fo dciVudaw.'
llWItl V. IV It t .1 h.. 11.1. .U !. .,
potmrfl Itepntt-C lk of Ihe Soprtmu t onri, vne An
low KtMN, Lr.. reigned
cmtmssloo 10 i-ar dale rmm yah SeptemUr, ISSt
"?-1i JNO K HAKNAKII,
f!i ami (jCTithmen vWtmt Sao Tranche wtll
rl trry dwtraMe I'lirnfihe.) Koomt tin flwti aeI Stu
te at No. 1 1; MoMKomfy Rt , LotrwT Ihnb, Mrs.
I". Hdmv. fwmetly of llmstnlii. .
To the Ladle.
The immen nt Madeira r alWd 6f all other elrH
In the art of hand embeodlety antl ctotclW wtk j a fitH
line of Ihe anme e fSleturaVf ts newnn rtew In thh
city. Alwt spleteltil aortment of kutW tmlcf weitr
liand emloWeted. Call and e lilat ft Owrtlei.
A SuoreW.il Howl A "heecttnoil llstm I A twiV
litf liHUmce of wii iw In n KentA (try (inorf' wy is
flwileil by the ltint Milliter How of (.'luwle J
t-t.LI --- t' -5l !.-! .. ,.. I. ,
, n,m, ,r,,Hrr iwiimti I imvi nrm. im ITWprwiVI,
Mr. Htliel hut oiiired Ihe ntt of hohlln- cmi-m Ant
Dry !o,l lloitte tun, by freely ,!( i.tntj, ilraw cue
toinen, oner or twke', tint to holil them, Mtl enjoy their
cwifelenee, all fur Iheoerehwof tet nml librnlitr
(jontl mntt I mwVeil down sml okl foe ht the
are: never mlfetrteenl wty Article 'that 1 the !ky
of Chert J. I'WkI, nml thai potii-y ha made th firm
one of the greatest In in line, on ihe tatillnt; irvrrmijh
fare uf Honolulu. 'Hie (.ending Millinery Store of
Charles J. Fitch!, It to Honolulu what Mac' I tn
New York Chaile J. I'bhcl make a t-ci.sliy of Mil
linery. g-lT l"he ttote I one of the tlnlit of the diy
iiilii llvfi'lanhi Srri'f','
LDEK ii CO,
Imprvrtert flr.it Dcalcrt Tn .
And iBiilldint; Mritrtrlnl
of all kind, jutt received, e lale arrival, tever.t
large anu wen neiecieu enrgoe 01
coinirU!ng all the nuial tock ire
In Scantling, Timber,
Fencing-, Pickets, '
Planks and Boards.
ALSO DRY REDWOOD,
Scantling, Plane surface and rouh Hoard ur
faced and rough llatlcn, Ticket. Kutlic,
lattice and Claphoardt.
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS,
All tire, of llattem and California make, and for
alc in quantine to uit, at low price.
Also, in Stock,
WHITE ZINC, PAINT OILS,
METALLIC AND OTHER PAINTS,
GLASS AND SALT,
AND "WHITEWASH BRUSHES.
A fine atortment of
in lrttot stylos.
AT LOWEST PRICES.
,T Jtei'utania Street
NO l ICE. -During my absence from this Kingdom
Mr, GkCKCB J. Kim will act for me under full
power of attorney. 106-3111 J. N. WU1GHIJ
PNTERPRISE PLANING MILL.
1; KuktSikcet, IIonolplv, II. 'I,
C. J. Hardy and II. F. Bertelmann,
Contractors and Builders,
Planing:, Shaping, Turning-,
Band and Scroll Sawing;,
Doors, Sash, Blittds, Door
and Window Frames,
Stairs, made to order.
MOULDINGS AND FINISH,
All order filled on short notice, and lobbinz promptly
atleiblcU to. Mouldmt; nude to any pattern without
extra tnarge tor solves, rricc 01 rssacuine worst,
$1 oa to $1 50 per hour, to-qr
Foil PlHTAIHt OS PsaUAtrikT
IS feet Ungttu; 14 lb to tbt yard, juft received
ptr l)ukt f Atnan (row LWefuooi, Awlytt ,
U tirecn, -ur O, W. MtefarUiM Ik Cu,f Atfcut M Jbo.
Kosslcr & Co.
KNOWLES' STEAM AND VACUUM
. C. BREWER V Co., AGEATPS.
on hand a full and oxnokte stuck ol" the
TeUatrd talmos, just rctcitsnl
stusi. sse cuarntce theot to
front ItMstusl, se
cuabsntee theat to Vt ljca,s v4
Uuer lhaaanyuher l)teofauuutiuMtsai, We call
the aucsukei of t4aiue usttwularlv to the Vacuum
1 ruatp, tucb I ihe Itau cotuoUteu and umi kestica-1
U llui MLcr puiuua i) tf
iiiir, Hwrtmtht Sh-wlV
ACKPEtD h Co.,
t.vroraaf op xkw goods.
Jim rettt-eil per C. K. nttkrf, (V'aliertH Matter,)
CrmtHnr In putt ef a fttltaet :
A LARGE ASSORTMENT Of DRY GOODS,
Uentm. Urnwn and White Cottons, Urllli, Tick.
Ing, Turkey Hed, Merinos -hlack nd
colored, 4 qtulilln, Iteppt, Alpaca,
Cohoutg, Italian Cloth and
Hack, Grot-grain, Paney, Colored and Striped.
Ilarege, Crepe, Ac.,
Mrii'K I'lirnlnhltttl (IihhIh,
Shirt, Woolen, Mined, Calico, Hickory, Denim,
etc., Merino and Cotton Uuderthirt. White
Hosom Shirts. Sock ft Mockingi, Clove,
Handkerchief, I'ouUrdi, a large in
voice of CLOTHING conltlng
of Fine lllack Cloth Co.it and
Pant, Uuckikin Sack,
I'.int. and Suit, felt.
Sack ft 'ants,
Hoy's Shirt, and
Children' Jacket, I,
It. Coat ft Legging, Mon
key and Sailor Jacket. Carpet
Sllnoen. Silk and I. C. Umbrella
iIPAratnlt T?anrv and Travelling
WI1II1. and f'anev On!!!. Pelt Riip and tt(u
ttlt Carpeting, Silk and Velvet Itlbbont, Thread,
White and Fancy Ulankets,
Fancy Striped Woolen, two tire,
Scarlet, Orange, While Woolen and 4 point,
button for Shirts, Coats, Pants, Drexes,
Genuine Eail de Colojrne. Lubin's K
tract. I oilel Soap. 1'hilocome, Hair
Oil, Cotnlrt, IsjoklngUlatxe, 1'ipe. 1
K. Hall, Harmonicas, lllank Hook,
Cold l-eaf, Jewelry, Gold Watche,
Hemp ft I Ii. Packing, Coal llatkett.
Tape, Elastic, Scarfs, Albums,
Etcmlon, Art, Dining-room and Parlor Chairs,
Settee. Mirror, etc.,
Siiililtrn, .',(. Inn, Ulrlhn,Mlrrup l-nllirr,
CRATES OF ASSORTED CROCKERY,
Containing Plate, Clip.
Teapots, Itowlt, Chambers,
t. Ilemiiohn 1 and
Gallon. Sample llottles, Vase and tUsware, Manila
and Tarred Hope, Coal l!E Gunnie. 'I wine,
Iturlaps, Woolpack and Twilled Sacking, Linen lloc.
SUGAR AND RICE BAGS,
of all sizes and qualities.
Sardines in half and quarter boxes.
Salt in Jars, Castor Oil In tins. Matches,
Cocoanut Oil, Wash Blue, H. White Lead,
Stearlne Candles, 4,5. and 6, II. & P. Biscuit,
Hubbuck's Linseed Paint Oil, White Zinc Paint,
De Laap-e His and Boutelleau o Branny
and other brands. Rum, Gin, St Puld
Beer, Ale and Porter, Port Wine,
Sherry, Rhine Wine, Fine and Table
Clarets, Champagne, Dry Heid-
seiclc Monopole, Ch Faare, G.
H. Mumm & Co., Sparkling
Hock, Moselle, &c, &c,
Genu u 11 a ml Havana Cltars,
Plated ware Spoon. Pork, Cruets, Tea
sel. Cups, Napkin Rings, Salvers, etc,
Let ami riutcher Knives. Sciwors Sheep Shear,
Neeitle, Spcons V, S)iurs, (jalvanucil IUmiu.
llotju Iron, Keg Kivct. Hammer, Velio
Alttil and CotnpOMiton NaiN, CUri fter
I'ahhitt Metal, Sugar CxJert, I tor.
Tanks, etc., also. White Uruher
Fire Clay, Blacksmith Coal, Fire Bricks, Tiler,
Umpty Barrels, Oak Boats, &c
Trrmt J.fbrnil, Siiiiii'lrt h'rtr by t'erlQl.t.
Order from ihe other Islands carefully attended to.
T AINE A Co..
Tort Stukkt, IIosolvu1, II, I.,
WE DEC TO INFORM OUR PATRONS
That c are comUntty rtcWnc Urce iui
dition lo our itcrkot
HAY AND GRAIN,
And at c purchate in large ! For Cuh.
SELL AS LOW AS ANY OTHER FIRM.
Having the LARGEST STOCK la the Kinzdcm
velttt the best assortment. Buyers would do
well to obtain our prices before or
dering elsewhere. We have a
'rnl Mill fur S.ilr, itllh Hell, nml l'ullrji,
in eood order. Will grind fronl t to Ions r day.
Sole agents for the
The Cheapest, Simplest and Best in Use.
We are thcerd) aentiforlh Vulrnl .t;irfii( Vii(j.
Any one iiuiiin; one of these can, an oro
cure tiwnt cneapce siiiuuh ssv iiuh
by 'astiu oor yrucsrr
one, sv ruTiu is
POK SALE I
Two Top BsmfxttM,
T0 SECONIt-lLN) EXI'KESSKS, ONE r
SKAtEI) AASKCT CIT-U.N'IIEK, ONE
IIEACH W,U;O.V, OS'E hlNOLE
DRAV, HOUSE ANO
All the above art in good order, nearly a good a new,
toi a WEST.
T-w KAVAO E N Ol I C Et
L hex to. notify hi iuay coosl ft kivls and custom-
ers that llr. .V, ftlKRSstl.V ha chafteofhudra
uze busiocM, asvl that be tsdl be pleased to accusants
dale shcM In lhat line ssith Xh llsT TKAMft tt THK
lltucil. king u Tchrvvhooe Ko. 6j when )ou ans
1 casus t lease order at Ibe Oifice 0.1 Ouceti htrcvt,
Ut.cest Wilder' and Itowsetl'. mx Swetfet the
rx to nc4ur rua tuar smosI Ii sends and custom
numler.os. tol O. II KOUKKISOX.
DAILE-S GREAT TEN-CKJiT STORE,
FrMk iavatettw Haw 9MtsW t
llvsTctt-CcM Store's a usee, and will V conttnuesL
NEW AND Sl'LENIHU ASSORfMENT COOI
K. P. ADAMS, AUCTIONEER.
If OUSP.IIOLD FURNITURR,
Al tSeredence of
P.C. Jones, Jr., 221 Nutianu Aye,
' (on aorjottt of departure,)
On IVvilHvmtiiii, Oct. ISth,
At 10 A. M., I will sell the entire
t'ompf IttfTg In part follow
' Mel rwm and rep parlor ei, o-w , ,,li ,ha-
oIW pMetri duple wkV.malH- lop parlor
lM, patent rorken, pfcmre, handwnw
Mnd tamp, hall lamp,
1 Nm.rrdd Cottntxei UprlKhl PUno,
111 and umbrella urd, with mirror, i handtom
lagere, I lounge, etlemton dining table, s e
rantia rami, I fcUek walnut dining
enalr, ela sire.
Crockery and GInaswarc,
llaled Inlre, fork and limn, plated pnddmg dith
ami other fUled ware,
Jllnolc Wnlnnt Bodrnam Setta,
MatU top. complete, Udtteadt, laireant, wathilSfKlt,
rocker, chairs, hair mallrew and pillow. Mack
walnut dreulng tax l-uread, r large hammock In
good oriler, koa wardrolr, black walnut wanl
role-, enmmode, grits common teramla rur ker,
ltlh ink, Hack walnut l,k-ae, wh.
latrrvw. meal afe, garden tool, refriter.
alor, kitchen store, furniture, etc.; alvi
ABOUT FOUR DOZEN rOWU,
I dozen turkey, in pigeon; Knglish and Spanish
addle, t tide saddle, ami a collection of
Carltle's r.ov. 4 vol.J Wadiington Irving' wotkt,
J, vol.; Scut 1 Waterlf Novels, vol.; Chaile
lliefcen' work, It vols.; Mis Young's works,
6vrjt,i Itayard Tailor's wort. 11 vol.;
Ilanrrofl IlislorV of ihe U. S, A., 9
vol.; Knight' f'ottUr HlttorVol
Kngland, 7 volt.; Macaulay
Kav. 6 volt.:
Harry' History of Massachusetts,
3 tots; GihNm' History ol Kotne,
6 volt; I'revxils works, 15 vols., Including
Ferdinand and Isabella, Phillip 1 1., IWiuesl of
Meiico, Conquest cl'ero, Chafe V., biograph
ical sketches, and a number of miscelfaneoo work.
r. P. ADAMS, Auctlon-er.
ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER Ttls,
at 12 o'clock noon, at salesroom,
will be sold
3 California Mules.
E. P. ADAMS. Auctioneer
T3 EGULAR CASH SALE.
TIlUI-Hlluy, Oct. lilll,
at 10 a. St., at Salesroom,
and an InroEce of
New Goods, ex "Glengaber."
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
AND AT KAUAI.
By order of tluinx Faa, Attorney-in-fact
of Che Kim. the father and heir-at
law of Awana, tale of Waioli, Island of
Kauai, deceased, on
SATUItnAV OVT. 7,
at i o'clock noon, nt my salesroom tn Honolulu,! Ul
Mil ai (Miiitc auction, tnai certain houv: lot tn
including an area of three-quarter of an acre, with the
building thereon Mtuale, Includinj( a Mote. l"hU
Iroerty U centrally locairtl, and It frt of
Aparta t of Kuleana io,oiy6ani Apana j,of
Kuleana 7,40. Kor further nanxutars
aly to b. Ii. Dole, VLm , Solicitor.
108 or, K. T. ADAMS, Auaioneer,
Valuable Sugar, Kalo aad Paatara
IauiU, in Tahalna, Ialaad of Maui.
Ilyorderof the Truure of the LUNA LI I. O ESTATE
1 thall orTer for sale, for caaJi, at the Court
Houte in ljuina, on the htand of
Maul, at it o'clock noon,
THURSDAYt XOVKMliEK snd, iSSj,
the fullowinf 1'ieces of Ind:
in the Ahuimaa of I'olanul. Atsaid 859, II, Auana as
to VV. a Lunahlo, a folio.. ; '
Lot i-Pasture Itnd lying on the Sea
Ueacli, 2730'a awes.
Lot i-Cane and Pasture
lxl 3-Cane, Pasture and. Kalo Land,
1 1 -ibb awes.
I)t 4-Kalo Ltnd, j-,1 acres.
l.ot s-Kalo Unil, tSb acres.
Lot 6-Kalo ljnd, -jgff acres.
lM 7-Kalo I.and, -iljr acres.
Lot 8-Kalo I-and, , la acres.
Lot 9-Pasture Ijnu, ifyoV acres.
Lot 10-Cane and Pasture Land, sSxaa
Lot 1 1 -Kalo IjiiiI, mostly taken up
with kuleanas, whole area 7 j1 acres.
In the Ahupuaa or Kuhohlea. Aard tn. H, Aparut
10, lo W. C Lunahlo, as follo.s:
Lot i-Kalo Iind, jVu acre.
lxit 3-Kalo l-tnd, i,' acres. v
lit 3-Old Kalo Ltnd, iVo acre.
lxt 4-Kalo I .and, -iVa acre.
IjoI s-Kalo ..and, j, acre.
Lot 6-Kalo and Kula Kand, -,Va acre.
Lot 7-Kalo I-ind, -jua- acre.
IjoI 8-Kalo IauiI, $0 acre. n
It 9-Kalo and Kula I Jnd, -fjg acre.
Iah 10-Pasture Ijnd, fiojVor actes.
Lot 1 i-Pasture Land, 90,' acres.
SIX X-OTS ,
iu the laud of KuauiLsuu, Award ; 14 W, C
LsuKshio, a lULj:
I .ot i -Cane and Kalo land, UVi
Lot a-Cne and Kalo 1-and, uW
jq 3-Cane and KaloIjivd, Hxbw
acres. vv, "
Ut4.-Cane and Kalo land, il
I jt s-Canc and Kalo Land, W& kim.
lttS-Cane ami Kalo Lmj, i,
lite vest nea ate eashsMi of tnkfit witees, tla
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