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SATURDAY, OCTOIUIH ., mi,
l)oiitl.cotiiian ailvftlls.m.nts, (itla nt larsr
types will not lie Aitmltlr-il, Into our toliininsf
lifllher will ilerltlsent'iils ! .lml1 1 .l Int o " !.
Inn" rnlumnf, at any price These rules will lie
tiddly Ailhe led In.
We ntfint think to Mi. J. M. Oil, Jr. for
I '(S I' xiifri. ,
Mi. C miller liii miilc it srftmil visit tt tlir
rialrr if Klliunt,
'I lie tii.ihA'i IhoiirIiI iui fiirli;ii item nf
hit ilnle liy wity nf AikUaihI.
Mr V. ('.. Iiln willnl liy ll; .Vwri list
-Similiy fur it lilp In llie must.
'llir P M. S. S. fc'if of New IV will lip
iliu from !ssn l'innelcii IhU rienlni;.
Ml. riiincnui rehiriNil fmni Ills lili tit I In
n. ill liy llie Imiiici f.ihtilt I nl Kuiiilay
The rallroiil Intel, twlni; enterotril nut Mete
linn Mirct In Knliiollllll ll now nmiplclnl m
li, ,is I'nu,
ii . i a
The steam toiler IiiiIk-cii nt wink mi Nmi
nnu slrrct iimr almsc Scluml nml runic it cir.it
The IkhI crews, th il eM.-ft to tnkr plicr In
the rri;itn nn lh- Kind's Mrtliihy nir ccr
clslni; almost il.tlly In the li-iitmr.
There hme lccn ipillc munlicr of foreign
crl In pott iiflatc, ami tliete Ims liecii cry
Hide vacant spice nlnnivtlic vv liars rs.
Captnln Curtis of the ulilp lloff vvlilcli came
In tills poll nnilcr jury 111.nU, left for Sin l'ran
cisco liy the Suet with Ills wife nml chllil.
" Pconilcncy I It Cnuie nml Cute," will
he Mr. Ctimn's theme Sunday iiioiiilni;, nml
'John Ohhumin In Hawaii," In the cvciiini:.
Amotij; the picii;rr fur the (ml hy the
Suet w.i Mr. liltfit llalsicttl, of Wnhlui,
who kiic to ntlrnd Hcilil'n llnitir Cnlli'Cc,
Since the Alalia Mew n hole In the wieckeil
Niatpira totpeilnc have come into ftlilnn nml
sinill ones nic liclng eplnleil nlioul the
The ImllilhiR of ilwclliii; house at Kul.v
nVahui nml WaiMki Mill continue. 'I lie va
cant lot In tint put of the town arc fillini; up
The Ail)" Bulletin I enlarged again and i
now quite a rcpcctahly slreil piper. It i
nlu neatly printed and hold It own in c cry
Chinese opium imi;i;Icrvroiii the teamer
Suei nnd 7ealandia, were arreted, convictcil
and cntcnced to imprisonment at hiril lalior,
Imlh pleadinp guilty.
The .Htlite, on her last arrival here, drought
two days' mall from Sm l'rancisco, which she
reccivcil from the liarkcntine Jiine A. Fatin
lurg& Mahukona, Hawaii,
There was a large nuinlier of intoxicated
mtiie on the streets of Honolulu last Wed
nevlay, and among them were some who have
not hecn in the habit of drinking heretofore.
If the inspector appointed to enforce the
lahu on irrigation will take an occasional
ihuUe around after nightfall, he may hear the
gurgling of running water in certain localities
The ice cream festival on Thursday exening
in the xestry of Knit Street church for th
lc.nefit of the gospel lemerance funds was cry
lugcly attended and prosed a perfect success,
There is a large quantity of loose stones on
the Waikiki road just inalai t King street
which could he removed with little work.
The public would be thankful to he rid of
The advance guard nf the rainy season seems
to have reached us. It has showered quite
freely for some days past, giving us a foretaste
of what we may expect during the coming
A benefit was given to Mr. KoWr at the
theater last Saturday evening hy the Alaska
minstrels, assisted by local talent. The per
formance was much the same as that given at
the lirst entertainment of the Alaskans a few
Mr. J. I. Strong, the artist of whom men
tion was recently made in these columns, ar
rived from San l'rancisco with his wife by the
Coiuutlo on Monday last. Mr. Strong's
specialty is portrait anil figure painting, and
we understand that he has several orders here.
The P. M. S. S. ZalanJia arrived from the
colonies last Sunday a short time after the
SW; liad left. She made a short stay, sailing
n little after 6 p. xt., in the track of the Suti,
There has Iwen considerable betting as to
which should arrive over fiist, but the Zca
lanJia is the favorite.
Passenger travel between here and San
Vrancisco has been somewhat in favoi of the
latter city of late. Seventeen passengers eight
of whom were Chinese arrived here this week
from the coast by the Conttufo and eleven from
live colonies hy the ZtalattJia. The ZtaUnJia
carried thirty-eight to San l'rancisco, the Sutt
lhirty--U and the D. C. Murray five.
The case of Hinckley vs. Rogers and Kitch
cannot l again tried at this term of court j
lul will probably be ic-tiled nt the next ses
sion. It is licliexcd that an extra sesssion may
be called, owing to the number of cases that
would otherwise have to le continued oxer to
the next tegular term.
Owing to an unusual press of professional
biuiness, Dr. Slangcnwald has not vet Iwen
able to icturn an analyst in the xVisoning
case which lately occurred at Kamoiliill In
ttits district. The verdict of the coroner ' jury
will not be rendered until a icturn is made by
ihe aualjsit. .
We notice tlial the wearing of a red tiblion
In the Ltppel of th cuat is becoming quite
common lo the young natives and half-castes
of the town. ,Such A badge Is worn to Ugnlly
the adoption of antl-abstincnce principle by
tit wearer, and wc consider it a (Hxir mark of
ilUlinguislmient tr respectability. It may Ik
no disgrace to a man to use liquor in modera
tion but It certainly I no credit to any one
u publish the, fact that he is addicted to a
habit In general so lad.
The following item from the 0i Slate
Journal In reference lo the bovhood of the
Kev, Joseph Cook, will be Interesting lo our
Honolulu leaders at the inecnt timet "The
J lev. Joxjih Cook spent his bovhood on a
farm not far fiom old J"'oit TiconJeroga, where
his father Mill live. Il is iclatcl that when
f llie now fatuous prcchcr w a boy of fourteen,
h-lil-aiv of the district school was'vold it
suction and be bourit several books. Nett
morning he wa seoebs; his father to slo tome
work In the mtidow, lie took hl lok
with him, ami, (jrlllnj; In shaity nook, liy
down nn the tutf to rc.nl a few 1Kt"'- I"1
mrrtnl In the Interest nf Irnok he imtlccil not
the IUrM of time Dinner hour eame, hut he
was nWnt from the lahle. Alarntcil, hi father
jet nut to search for him, ami, lite In the after
noon, foiiml him, still leading and all unenn
flirti of how low the tun wat In ihe wet.
IVom lint time forward he w.i never aknl In
ito any more firm work, hut wa ent In M.I100I
and allowed In follow the Inclination of hi
'Ihe Hawaiian nlnhlltigile I winning new
lauirl all the lime In the I'olonle. I'roni the
paiei at hind pel the cr.iH.oi, we eitiacl
Ihe followlngi "I'lolow' 'Marlhi wa lep
leirnlcd nl Ihe opein home, Oclolict till, I')'
Ihe Montague Tinner llnglidi Opera Company,
In-fore a large audience. 'I he light and ipaik
llog nimle nf Ihl lieaiillful woik wa eicel
lenlly rendereil, and eveiy allenllon wa given
lo Ihe mounting, nnd the Milking and miming
tltiiitlon wllh which thcoKia alinuudi. Ml
Ann! Montague made a churning I.ndy Il.ir
ilel, acting wllh appropilalc gaiety, and hrr
tinging wa iciy arllillc. I'orexipiUlle vocal
Irallnu, collect phrasing aiul puilly of tone,
nothing tould rutl Mi Montague' ilnglng
I.11I night of ''Ihe 1,11 Itoie of Summel,' A
i milter nf coune It wa iciletmndrd."
ltrK)M come to u fmni the other Mind
which show lint In many district Ihe roid
upenlor ale derelict In the dliclnrge of
their ilulle. A very jul complaint lonie
fiom Knu, Hawaii. On I'.ilnhi plantntlon
ilonc there hi hecn collcclcd for the lil four
)carii finin $Son In $1501 for load tae, and
not one cent h.i hecn cjpended during tint time
on the innd in lint vicinity. The people there
do not aik for any Kjiccl.il appropilition for
the repair of their road, hut they would like
1 Mittlon of Iheir own money, which l.inorc
linn Mifficlctit fin the purKc, to Ik- expended
where It 1 pild nnd where It prnjieily helong.
The 10.nl there could he kept In perfect order
with little lahor nnd expense, hut it In hecn
neglected until Ihe rain of ncvcrat winter
have worn it into tut, Other phce In Knu
Inw a like comphtnt to nnkc. If the mid
Miperilsor does not nttend to liisduty he should
he "fired" and a cninixtcnt one npmiulcd.
We ate tndchted to the U. S. Coiisuhtc for
the following copy of the testimonial from
nfTiccr of the U. S. S. Alula presented to
Captnln Curli of the American ship ee,
hefore his departure for S111 l'rancisco :
U. S. S. Aiask.x,
Honolulu, II. I Oct. 20th, 1SS2.
To Whom il may Concern
S'c, the undersigned officer of the U. S. S.
Alalia, desire to cxnrcssour admiration of the
nlnlity, inlclligcncc ami seamanship ilisplascd
hy Captain II. 0. Cuitis of the American
ship (', who arriscil in this poit on the
24m 01 ucioocr. un acptemlicr lath, sea
account, the Hofe incnuntcred a violent
cxclonc: chirintr the earlv part of the L'ale. the
rudder head was twisted, the ship refusing to
sicer ami coming liy the wind on the star
lmnrd tack. She was afterwards dismasted
and thrown on her hcam ends, Captain
Curtis doing everxthing that a seaman could
un iiuucr incsc inusi irxuig circumstances.
Indeed it seems a miracle that the ship xvas
The gale over, the ship was a dismasted
wreck, with nil her spare spar gone, carried
away, ami eight feet of water in the hold. It
was then that Captain Curtis gave striking
proof of his ability, pluck and resolution in
surmounting the difficulties that beset him.
The ship was pumped out, the wreck cleared,
jury masts rigged from some of the timber in
ids cargo and the xcsscl headed for this port.
Without sailing directions, he finally made a
good land-fall off the eastern end nf Maul,
and on the 13th day of October arrived in
safety ofT this xrt. Very respectfully,
Tiios. Nfi.son, Lieut. -Com. U. S. N.,
J. E. Nofi., Lieut.-Com. U. S. N.,
Ciias. II. I imn, Lieutenant, U.S. N.,
Ciias. A. KosrKR, Master, U. S. N.,
Danifi. A. Smith, Paymaster, U. S. N.
On Tuesday morning last, a torpedo was
launched, from one of the U. S. S. Alaska's
boats under the stern of the wrecked Niagara
at the mouth of the passage 'into Ihe harlxir.
The smell "of wheat in the hold had become
very offensive and it was desired to make a
hole in her large enough to allow of its being
washed out. The explosion tore a large hole
under the port quarter out of which a large
quantity of the wheat escaped. In the after
noon another torpedo was exploded under the
stem, tearing another large hole, which allowed
the water to run through her. Yesterday,
at ten o'clock, the wreck was shelled by the
Alaska, a large white spot painted on the star
lioard quarter licing the mark. This was the
regular target practice for the crew, and the
guns used were No. I, 2, 3 and 4, one nine-
inch smooth-bore and two eighth-inch rillcs.
The shells were fired with seven-second fuses,
the distance being itjoovards. Seven shots
and large pieces of shell struck the hull on the
quarter and side, one in the fore-chains, one
went through the main-mast, (iron,) one struck
the mizzen-mast, which is of wood, tearing out
a large piece and cracking it badly ; another
struck the rail and several burst aliovc the
vessel. A number of fragments struck the
wreck in various parts and two or three of the
shells burst on lioard. Several shots fell short,
a lew went over and some of those that went
through the hull exploded beyond. One shell
was found in the cabin unexplodcd and brought
back to the ship. In the afternoon boats went
out from the Alaska to the wreck, and repre
sentatives of the papers were invited to accom
pany the officers and view the effects of the
The case of Lazarus vs. Dr. Tiousscau in
assumpsit, is one which has been twice tried
lieforc a foreign jury, and both times vv ith the
same result no verdict. The case Is to be
again heard liefore a jury, If one can be found.
The case lieing one of importance, in a business
point of view, lias been generally and freely
discussed by the community and eipressions of
opinion liaving Ixcn very general ution the
matter, it has become difficult to select a jury of
men unbiased on either side. At the last trial
which look place on Monday of this week, two
whole hours were occupied by the court in
selecting talesman In fill up the panel rendered
deficient by the abstraction of such as were
prejudiced ; and it is thought that it may be
necessary to grant a change ofvenu In order
that the case be tiled in Lahaina or at some
other circuit. During the last trial, the jury
were locked up from 5 o'clock V, M. till 9:30
A. M. on Tuesday. The case Is as follows 1
As consideration for a certain piece of real
estate, which Dr. Trousseau had purchased
from Mr. Laiarus four orders on Messrs.
Schaefer & Co. for $1,000 each, payable on
demand, wete given lo Lararus. One of these
were presenteil by Laiarus to the cashier of
the house of Schaefer & Co., and In return he
was offered a check on the banking house of
Uithon & Co., which was icfuscd. Demand wa
then made of Dr. Trousseau for payment of the
amount in legal lender as fued by Act of 1S76,
which require that payments Utwccn $100
and $l,ooa shall be 75 per cent, in United
States gold coin, and 3$ per cent. In United
State silver coin and that all amounts above
one thousand dollars iliall lit: paid 1 for the
fust thousand, as before stated, and the bal
ance, 85 per cent, (n gold, and 15 icr cent, in
silver, the chief justice, who presides! in
the alxivc liial, in charging the jury said, lltat
statutes over tide all established usages, and
I this case should be governed by the statute
icfcrnd li, and not hy any connlderatlon of
what hid hecn hiuinei mage (n inch cnc.
'I hat I nlted State gold and silver coin tie
the only trg.il tcndci known heir, ami that an
olfci In ay hy check on Ilhhop iV Co, wa
not a nfliclent mlUfarllon nf Ihe deinmd, and
Ihe pliliililThad a light loicfuse nidi tender If
tie mm fit. lint neither the rouil noi (lie
Jury were makei nr Judge of the liw Init
Iheli duly wa (Imply In act III accoidanre
theirwilh. If the law wa obnoxious In Ihe
communlly it should repealed, nml fieneral
(Irani hid once ald ll1.1l Ihe most -edy
mrthoil of obtaining the icn-al ofanohnoxl
nu law wa lo have it enfoieed. He Ihnught
the case a my simple one and one In which
the Jmy should not lie long In deciding.
AvryrA' ihm.iticai. MKiirtna.
A nn meeting wn called hy the native of
Ihl dlMtict fin Monday evening last, at the
stone chinch, to illicit the ilitlenl situation,
oil with h subject Hon, (i. W. I'llli would
deliver nn addieu. Dining the day a heavy
rain el In, o lli.H lownrd evening Ihe Impie
Inn wa gnuial tint the meeting would
he ntwincd, Notwithstanding, n number
gilheicd tngcthci, and nflcr some delay the
meeting wa called to older nnd I). S. Alwohl
elected chaliman, Till puty not being pics
cut, J. U. Kawiilnul w.n chosen (u his stead,
and hi brother elected seciclaiy, 'Ihcnhjectof
Ihe meeting wa Mated mid the speaker Intro
duced, who,Jn illxcuMlng the 1111I administra
tion of the present cabinet, said that a series nf
restitution) had been ptepiicd for the cnnsld.
crallon of those assembled, which he hoped
wmild be adopted, The secretary then read a
scries of resolutions, of which the following t
a translation 1
Whrtitu Ills Miv-' MlnUitr have liy llirlr e.
IrftVAgriil. Imutnltttrlil, Alul reiXlsltilif-li-il.,ii itfcrtron
laniUof VvaiIhVii, farcing llie rmtntry llito lift I, IAlttri
AwAy llic Ai'iKiltitlng ixmcr u( district niAgislrAtM Iruiii
lit ktiirrin court ami nr iminllnit Itirlr favorite In
ufflfe, Iml Ilia ifsiM-rt nn.1 cimriilcnci- if All classrV
lit Ills .Xlnleslys suliiccU Anil cil-isnl the Kuvrrnmi-nt
lo tlie Irotlhlri nl ilrMs AiliI 1 Anirrrt nt forelirii Inlrffrr.
Ante, ami t Is Klnn lo unfAfurArilfl criticism, liierrforr
KtlohfJ, TliAt(lne conlintlAnra nf llis men in
iirTiie. Is frAimlit v.illi ilanuer 10 llift nriniieitlv nf llie
rnunlry, llie rU'ils if clllem Ami llie lmleirn,lenre of
ine government, lie it
A'rfMri, 'tint Ills Majesty the King lie aim! is
hereliy rnliiesletl Id dismiss tin) present Ministry,
A'wAi, 'Pill a rerllfieil ciifiy of lliese resolution
ie nirriisiieti to Ills ainjesiy trie Mntf Ity n iroier coin
miller. He St
A'Wf rif, 'llixt llie secretary l instriicteil to fnrnisli
llie lol new.iier9 Willi llie liruceeilinKS of this
lite the adoption thereof wa moved and
seconded. His Excellency, S. K. Kaal, arose
and commenced a bitter opposition to the sub
jeet matter under consideration, which gave a
strong semblance of "capture lo the meeting,
a Mr. Kaai's tvowcr a a speaker among his
people i second to none. The chairman
called attention lo the net that the resolutions
were not yet before the house. David Maio
moved their adoption, which was seconded,
and then in hi blustering, excited manner of
harangue, with strong feeling against the min
Istry, saitl they should be impeached for the
rum the country was being forced into. He
was called to order, so as lo give others an op
portunity of speaking. Several then tried to
get the lloor at once. Mr. Hanuna moved
the indefinite postponement of the resolutions
and spoke at some length against them, as did
also Mr. John Sheldon, in a tirade of eloquence.
Hy invitation of the chairman, Mr. Kaai then
came to the front for the expression of his
views, an act, he said, that he hail not ex
pected. His natural eloquence and strong in
vectives against this movement called for
hearty support from government sveophants
who were strewerl well through the house and
largely occupied the back. Their noisy sup
port of all expressions favorable to the minis
try and deprecating the object of the meeting,
so carried them away that after the failure of
the audience to arise if they thought the min
istry a had one, they answered his invitation to
take their hats and go home. This cleared
the church of a third or perhaps a half of the
people, who were then left quietly to conclude
their business. The resolutions were again
read and, on motion, carried without opposition,
and a committee of thirteen, consisting of
seven natives and six foreigners, appointed to
convey the same to His Majesty, after which
the meeting adjourned.
Wailuku at the present time, seems quite de
serted, many of the residents heing in Hono
lulu... .Mr. Coulter the artist is airain with us.
and is completing his collection of sketches
jirciiaratory to leaving .the island. He starts
for IlalcaUala in a few day. He has been
especially successful in his sketches taken in
Wailuku valley, where there is some of the
finest portions of scenery to be found on the
islands.... The religious interest still contin
ues, lioth in the native and foreign churches.
Rev. Titus Coan continues to improve, sits
up in a chair daily, converses more easily and
more distinctly. Hope soon to see him on his
feet anil able to walk around . . . .The comet is
still seen at Ililo and looks as beautiful as ever
and at least 20 long.,,. The volcano is re
ported to lie still very active; in the mean
time Ililo is enjoying some of the old time
shocks of earthquake, at the rate of half a
dozen or so a week. ,, .On or before Novem
ber 1st, the telephone to connect Ililo with
Ookala will be in working order.
A NOTE FKOM GIBSONS NATIVE
We give below a translation of a leader from
the Elele I'oahtu of the 25th Inst., Gibson's
native organ. Although it might be considered
in order for us to apologue to our readers
for inflicting upon them a translation of the
Eele's trash, we nevertheless give space to the
following specimen of ranting, overdrawn mis
tatements which are being regularly prepared
for the readers of Mr. Gibson's native paper,
with the evident intention of sowing the seeds
of disctird lielwecn the natives and foreigners.
Our comment will be found elsewhere :
When it was proposcti to organize an As
sociation of the sugar planters in our islands,
for the purpose of discussing all the means of
furthering their work, and of informing the
government how to aid that important indus
try, all minds quickly responded by a cordial
approval of the founding of such an association
and rejoiced at the prosjiect of its meetings.'
The King's subjects were glad at the proiect,
and they waited in full, expectation that sug
gestions on this point would be made that
would, In truth, greatly advance this important
Industry in our islands. They felt assured that
this industry of sugar culture outside of the in
terests and wealth of those engaged in advanc
ing it and aside from its enriching all other de
partments of industry, was once of the highest
in importance. The jieople waited for state
ments that would make clear all arrangements
needed relating to this business. And in this
hope they waited In patience.
" Il cannot be denied that the government
has sought to aid this industry the members
of this association will testify on this point
and it cannot lie said that the citiicns have
stood in their way the history of the past few
davs will witness to this.
"llutwith all these kind attentions I with
all these appearances of advancement which
met no opposition the good will of the public
was doubly frightened at the certainly that this
body of sugar planters toward' whom they felt
kindly, ihl Imdy who had received all tiosdhte '
aid that a single goternment ami It people
could give troth from the (acred pcrnon of III
Majesty the King down tothe lowest tank of
the commoner 1 these men have had the nnda
city and pteumpllon to go Into the pieence
nfyniir Sovereign, O Hawaii I and ieak In n
seeming proud, lofty ami (upercllhou way, "In
atiniie.li a )ini do not net 11 we wlh you to,
lliercfotc we ttmmanJ )im fnifanlfy to do a
wc now rommaihl,"
"0)e Hawaiian, from the south eastern
pail nf Knu lo llie wnve washed cliff of Knu
nil ' wlnt iln )oii think about ihl
Do )oti a a eoplc fed like going and stand
ing iwforc our beloved King and kicking nviay
the sacted hulwaiks that guard the majesty of
I1I1 prerogative? Shall we consent In hive It
said, )nii nte asking, hut 0111 peiemil Intel
est are our god, nnd the King ((nothing?
(let you gone, )oii viigalmtid I (let )oi gone,
)im (Hanger I (let )! gone, )ou haughty land
grablirr fiotn before the door nf the tl thalcheil
shelter of the cxircnte Inekwoodsmut, anil
from the cncnnmitdenf hut of the dweller hy
the sen welcdlfy before vou nnd before all
the wnrld tlnl loially to Ihe King I born In
Ihe heart of the Hawaiian, nnd votir cunning
cannot uproot il nnd overthrow our King, ami
hit Hiwer, nnd give In you Ihe best of our in
nni'i.v I'Ko.m cap iain msr.
I'm I ok Pkphsji My nllciillon ha been
called loan article In the I'mnlciVnrgmnf the
list Instant, In which sundry slalcmtnU nte
made cnncttnlng a ccitnln "Cnpt. William
I have ncvci met with any pctem bearing
Ihcsc name, hut a Ihe urinnic I mine, ami
the article refer to some tintlcr In which I
have taken iait, a vvcll n to some oilier of
which I have not, ns I alleged, had any
knowledge, I assume that the article wa di
rected against me nnd beg a jkiiIIoii of )our
spice to answer it.
It is Mated In the first paragraph tint ever
since I made my home hi Hawaii I Invc Ik en
"losing f,r a ioslt'on of some kind." 'Ihl Is
absolutely untruthful, nnd I challenge the pro
duction of evidence nf nny kind (truthful I
menu) to htipHiit the statement in the remotest
The writer nf this article siys, "he Ins hecn
an applicant for the office of chamberlain to
Hawaiian kings." The knowledge that this
story was flying bIhuiI only reached me quite
recently. It is a sunplt immilignltiliiliiliotil.
To sonic few gentlemen of whom I heard
that they had been misled hy this falsehood,
and whose friendship and good opinion I value,
I have spoken on the subject, showing them
both theahsuidit) anduntiuthfulnessoflhcstatc
inentj to others I ofler the following assertions
have nevtr, since first lanJeJ in litis king
dom, ilirectly or i mil 1 telly, in ftrson or hy
frory, Iven in any sense an applicant for any
office under any of the Hawaiian kinp. The
assertion that I have so done is a falsehood,
impure, unqualified falsehood. Those who
know me and my circumstances, know not
only this, hut the reasons anil considerations
which render it inqiossible lo be otherwise.
A few days ago I learned from direct testi
mony that the Premier, Mr. W. M. Gibson,
had amongst others been amusing himself by
circulating this story, so I deem it possible that
it may be he who invented it. At all events
those who have repeated the story have wit
tingly or unwittingly, promulgated a misrepre
sentation he or they who started it coined a
The rest of the article is scarcely worth no
tice. That which is called "deliberate mis
representation and untruthful implication," I
repeal and can prove. I said nothing aliout
Mr. Gibson anil his papers while Moieno uas
in office, but that immediately i, e., as soon as
circumstances would permit and the mutual
understanding could be arrived at, Mr. Hush
hired Gibson liy agreement datetl August 28,
1880. I have seen the manuscript, and it was
printed in the independent papers of the time.
If any one doubts this he can refer to the files
of thcSATURHAV I'kkss and Gazelle if he
thinks it worth while I don't. As to the Ele
le, it was started, if I recollect aright, soon
after the payment to Gibson by Hush of the
first instalment of public money under the
agreement referred to.
Those who take the trouble to refer to the
new papers of that time may sec not only the
bargain, hut the defense, or excuses, orprevari
cations put forward hy Mr. Gihson in his own
defense at the time they are amusing,
There is one sparkle of truth in this article;
it is that I "had in times past a high appreci
ation of Hawaiian monarchical institutions,"
and I am proportionately sorry to sec them so
warped aside from their proper objects as is the
case in the hands of the present ministry. I
had and have "a desire to support a Hawaiian
throne," or I should not sken as I have.
As to fiasco anil failure, I would rather have
the approbation of the fifty or sixty gentlemen
who ordered that mya&lrevs should be printed,
than "the most sweet voices" of those who pin
their faith to Mr. Gibson.
Henry Wentworth Mist.
TII'O VIEWS OF A SlIIECT.
Editor Press : Noticing the remarks of
"Church of England" in the daily issue of the
'. C. A., last Wednesday, one calls to mind
a set of small philosophers, of whom a w ell
known writer has said, "they hardly
know whether they made the Almighty, or
whether the Almighty made them." Truly,
we, in Hawaii nei, have happened upon pecn
liar times. Can you tell me in what other
part of the world besides this a city can be
found, numbering a population like that of Hon
olulu, that is destitute of a public hall available
for public political meetings? Can you tell me
in what other part of the world besides this a
minister of state goes unchallenged into a meet
ing of peaceable citizens, assembled to discuss
questions that pertain to their inalienable rights,
and deliberately sets himself to work tu break
up the assembly by mob rule? "Church of
England" reveres "the high places in the
sacred edifices." Which is the greater, the
temple or the manhood Out sanctifies the tem
ple? Is there anything more sacred than hu
man rights? And, in the absence of any other
available place, is it out of place for living,
earnest men to meet ami discuss the doctrines
of liberty under the shadow of a pulpit thai
preaches a gospel of lilierty?
Permit me, Mr. IMitor, to subscribe mjself
v cry respectfully,
Another Church of England,
WHO SETS THE EXAMVLE1
Kn, l'REsiiTlic lilx-ral salaries vMctl liy
the bit legislature for the (0).l family ami
certain government titlicials are quotcsl ami
highly aprovcsl of in some of the French ami
German topers. It is a pity the Hawaiian
resMent can not see it in such a generous light ;
but he has a cotxl reason for not doing so. In
Kuiope, if Queen Victoria should announce
that she will not go into society fur a certain
lime, if a sovereign should travel too long out
of Ills uvvn country, the whole people clamor
for his return. Petition after petition it sent
from nunufacturcrs, merchants and importers,
asking for their return to society or their home.
Especially do the capital and metropolis suffer,
liusinm is stagnant, manufacture slackened,
and trade generally dull they ask lhat the
sovereign may enliven trade and commerce
spending the greater part of his money vshcre
be gets it.
Itt week llie wilier read an article, a com
ptilnl from Imjiorter and dealers, on account
of men sending to San I ranrlseo lora stiaw
hat, necktie, etc , wheiehy the licensed Im
potter ami deatel suffer, hodo yon think
taught Idem such economical ewrtmciit(?
Our own Sovereign.
No one, I am sine, would Ix-gHidee the King
(liny If lh sum ient In other couniile weic
divided amongst the merchint, lmmien and
maniifai tuicis of hi own dotniln. Hut look at
this I HI Majesty Iniys I.I lit in San I'tan
clwoi hi stationery he gelt in Imdon) hi
furniture fmni Itoslon 1 bl lice nnd cinhinl
dcilc fiom llriglurn 1 hi jcwclty fiom l'aili
hi armory I stocked from Vienna) hi uni
form and liveiles) are furnished hy (leimany.
and hi fish he Iniys In Hawaii nell
Such nnc sided economy will make III
MaJr-sty, In n shoit lime, ivtrrVf men pojnilai
in foreign counlilc than In hi own,
Hr.Aitnii'it ion Tmitil.
Honolulu, Oct. 2(, 18S2,
Hnri'l fill In tl.il Pldwl ( Millinery Slot' im " t)n
ln( Day," ()4imr trtt
Tli. I.e,lin Mlllnery House of C1,.s. J, I'M,. I
Grand olnmfe to-day Itic finest Art'I rtcliest gotis
ttrr fclwmn in tM Mnitilom, H14 iAiJirift millinery
turns, it Cli. J. I'Uliel.'
lionet And OtnlUmtn visIliriK Han Vt&ntWvt will
fin, verytfAlriMe I'limitlieil Itcemis l.n Suit and Km
ltl At No. ill Monl(omery 81, Conr Hush. Mrs.
I. Ilutiey, formerly of I lornlulu.
Two fnrnUlie.1 rooms, tir lioutieeng will furnish
Mlcrieriff tietessAry, Mint be 15 rniriiile from l'or
Office. Address will, lerrns, I.. II , ATenliV Vufrn
To the 1. aillei.
The women of Madeira Are (head of All oilier nations
In the Art of liAitit tmhroi.lery And crotchet work; A full
line nf the lame (Henifaher is now on view In this
city. Alvia s,lenflMl Assortment of ladies' urulerwear
iiand emhroitlereil. CaII arid te, Oias A (Jonate
A .Successful llotiscl A .Siuressful House I A suite,
nu instance of success in A llelail Dry Coods' way Is
allmleil hy the leading Mihnery llotue. of Charles J,
Fisliel, corner Korl and Hotel streets, 'llie tVoirl'Ujf,
Mr. I ishel has Acquired the art of ItoldinK custom. Any
Dry Goods House can, hy freely advertising, draw cus
tomers, once or Iwiie; hut to hold them, Ad enjoy iheir
confidence, calls for the, exercise of (Act nml hUrahly.
Ooods must I- marled down And sold (or what they
arej never misrercsenl any Article, lint is the jiolicy
of Chsrlet J. I ishel, and that Jiolicy I1.1S made the firm
one of l,e Brestest in its line, on the leading lliorough-
fare of Honolulu. 'Hie trading Millinery Store of
Charles J, I'lschel, it to Honolulu what Maca Is to
New Yot It. Charles J. Fishel male a socially of Mil.
linery. XdT 'llie store is one of the sights cf the city.
An Inquisitive Friend
of ours was asking questions on various subjects, for In
formation. There hatiriencd to he a mule (a pure Ha
waiian mute), tied near the door; our friend atlced it they
shod them 011 the hind feet. Some said ) es, others no,
basing their opinion on the. strength and courage of a
Jierson that could do tht job. To satisfy himself he
lifted one of the mule's feel. 'llie mule looked around,
laughed with his ears and lifted the other foot. 'Hie
man was satisfied that that mute was shod. Asheworled
himself logflher lie struck a I! line for MAKC'IANTS
to get Some of that well known Hdhsk Hkad'Iobaicu,
which is a sure cure for broken jaws. Also some fine
Manilla Cigars, and when betook alios of those nice
Kfllakauas, 'he blessed the mule for putting him in Ihe
way of finding ALL fClrili of Smokfk's Goons, lint
quality, at cheapest rales. na 4t
TJAILKVS GREAT 1 KN-CKN I fflORK.
Froh invoices New Good t
'llie 1 en Cent Store is a success, and will be continued.
NEW AND SPLENDID ASSORTMENT GOODS
'10 ARRIVE SHORT LV.
109 Fort street. - ;
A FRESH LNVOICE OF
ex Martha Davis, direct from the manufacturers, con.
.:.....r miipiibu'c vnin t 1-1-1 i.t r 1,
lill.lt, IXGAI. and I-LAI I'A.'LRS and lVKL-OI'l-S,
from No. 5 to No. 10 x, xx and xxx. Iror
ttleby'IUOS. O. I11KUM, ti
LOWHLL'S STKLX ENGRAVKD CARDS AND
Fold foMJuwneM Card, Itatl I'rogramme,
Menui. ttc received in Urjje ancty at the SATUMlMt
1'hkss Of kick. No. 6 Kaahumanu .street. m
VTTAVKST SlYLKS AU riSlIC TYIT.
XN Stalionery for Weddings Socials Hal's
grauitnM, Lnteriatnuienti, etc, etc.. constantly beinj;
rcceiveu nnu priming oruers lor tame promptly ex
ecuteil, at the oitice ot this raiert lSo. 6 Kaahumanu
AT TIIOS. G. THRUM'S hORT-ST. STORH
lias heell received a fine ass-rtment.il HOOKS
fromtheAMKRICAN IRACI'.Sti'l .'.losshich
the attention of Sundav-Schoul 1. --- le-.rhers.
and heads of Families are invited. in
NOI 1C1- Notice is hereby jiven -al all Monies
due for rents on lands undar lease in the AI1U
l'UAA OK WAILUKU, MAUI re avaUe to my
agents, Win. G. Insin & Co.
Dy his attorney in fact. W11, 0. Ikwim. iii-am
having teen appointed hy the Ifon. A. F. Judd, chief
justice of Ihe supreme court, a com
missioner to sell
The Real Estate of the late W. I
herehy gives notice that on
TUESDAY, Day of NOVEMIIER. tS8, at A1J
noioni naie, at 13 ociock noon, ne win
SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
all the right, title, ami interest of the said W. I. Moe-
honua, deceased, of Honolulu, had in and lo
the following real estate, vii :
lit All that parcel of land situated In KALIIII,
Honolulu, and cotuaining an Area cf 984 acres, com
prising SS4 Kula land, 73 acres taro land, and 75 acres
0ft Those premises situated on the WaiUM road.
known as KALI A, and Containing an area of 78 acres,
more or less, kula and tish londs together svith the
premises thereon situated which consists of a large
frame building with the necessary outhouses.
3d ThoKt.renues situated in 1'UULKNA, Manoa.
and more particularly dctcrtbed in Rova! latent 7363,
4th-Those Lm)s situated in KALIIII, Honolulu
more larticulaily described in Koval latent ni and
contafnin an area of 1 j-iuhs acres.,
ftOa-Those lands situated in KALIIII aforesaid.
lid more namcularly described In Royal Talent soSo
and containing an. area of 1 acre and 35 chaiui
8tlt Tna lands situated in KALIIII aforesaid.
and more particularly described in Ko)al ("atcnt ni
and containing an area of so-too acre.
"Itk-Kour nieces uf land oMOKAULt. Kalil.l
afuresaid, ccmtainulg respectively 31-100 acres, 106.100
acre, tioo 01 an acre, anu as-icu 01 an acre
8th-That i-tc.lofLind situated In 1'OI.ANUI,
I jnaina. Maul, comprising 4 auaras and contaimng an
area of 1 acre 14 rods.
9th The land situated In ALIO, Lahaina aforesaid,
and mor partwulaily described in U C, A. No. t9)
ami cuiitainiiig an area of j roo.lt and to ruds.
Tlic atiovt sale will t positive, and plans and sune)-s
now in course'of preparation will ! eshibuedas soon
as conipletest at the othst of the Surveyor Ccncrat at
At nwJ of the Taro tjind In Kalihl will U told In
small lots, it offers peculiar advantages to property
owners contiguous thereto.
Tin Terms of the -box sale arc CAS II , and ihe deeds
will l al w tspeiu sit me imrcnascr.
II. K. HTE,
Commissioner lo sett the Real Estate of W. I. Stoe
XTOriCFDUKINO THE TEMI-OKARY All
1 senca ofour Mr. Wa. li. Irwin, fruea tnls King
Uom, Mr.Wm. M. Itufard will atlcd 10 the business of
ourlwNix. 1 uui WM.tl. IKWIN k Cu.
M KU ttrset.
BswUr U stssswrUtlaai at BOOTS
Udits and Cents' Fits Wear a Specialty.
lsJBW SHOP Al
W-ithHs.lsi ss-sas Oaorrtacsi
JAMES MUKRAV, Manager,
Hone omplly shod, bi the bsnl uumxrl CanUje
Jup, lo liours boss. Maunaaca sums.
KAI.AKAUA, fivriiK ('.mack or (ion,
of riir. Hawaiian Island;, Kino!
If 'At nut, hy nn Act nptirovcd on llie
ninth thy of AtigtiM, otic lliotmanil
eight htiiitlrctl and eighty, entitled "An
A t to provide for the Coronation of
Ihe King of Hawaii," it i; among other
tltingi enarted that We, in Privy Cotm
il, nhoiild nvcrlain and proclaim hy
public proclamation, a time when We
(tumid be crowned.
And witrtiii, at a meeting of Our
itaid Privy Cottnoil of State, held at
Aliiolani I lale, in the City of I lonoltiln,
on the twcnty-cventlt day of May, one
thousand eight hundred nnd eighty two,
We did, by and with the advice and
consent of Our Honorable Privy Coun
cil, aw citain and declare, that Wediotild
be crowned on the twelfth day of Feb
ruary, in the next enduing year one
thousand eight hundred and eighty-t
lit it knoitm, therefore, that We, by
and with im It advice and consent, at
aforesaid, do hereby make known, that
the ceremony of OUR CORONA
TION diall take place at lolani Palace
in our City of Honolulu on Monday,
the twelfth day of February; which will
be in the jcar of Our I-ord, one thous
and eight hundred and eighty-three, at
the hour of eleven of the clock in the
s7rr under Our hand and the Great
Seal of Our Kingdom, at our Pal
ace of lolani, in Honolulu, this
thirteenth day of Octolier, in the
year of Our m, one thousand
eight hundred and eighty-two.
Hy the King,
Walthr Mukkay Oinso.v,
Minister nf J'orein Aflntri and J'rt
Ifhas pleased Hit Majesty by mid wllh the advice
and consent of His HonorAht IVivy Council toaopolr.i
the undermentioned gentlemen, belne members of Ills
Honorable Council, ro be Alul Act AS a Committee of
ArrAngements on the occasion of the Coronation of His
His Kxcellency W'Alter Murray Gibson,
'llie Honorable Herman A. Widernann,
llie Honorable J. U. Kawamul,
'Hie Honorable William I. Wood,
'llie Honorable Col. Charles II. Judd.
Irrigation after tfiti date, If itrictly prohibited, ex
ctpt between thefiour ivffiand 7 a. m.. until furthe
notice. CHAS. H. WIISON,
Surtniendent Water Worlu.
Approvedf J. I- iJusit, Minister Interior
Honolulu. Oct. to, t83a. m tf
NOTICI1 llie Irrigation Privilege utpnded un
til further notice Jftca not include thote derived
from the Artesian WcIU on King -treet.
UIIAh. U. WILSON.
SuKrmtendent Water Work.
OtTce of Water WoiV., Oct. 13, iE-Bi. iiatf
JAGO, IN TINS, Ux aale by BoIIes & Co.
AKEE le. COURTNEY,
We manufacture the VF.RV ItCST QUAI.1T' I'a'ul
from At Taro.
Owin. to the estent of lands cultivated hv us. we
can sen clieaper than otlicrs, and can guarantee tilanta-tl-jns
and all employees of lahor against any- failure of
JCT Orders hy Post receive prompt attention.
a II. MAKXH. ni-jm A. A. COURT NF.V
M-SOM SALT'S, IN I'.OXES OR SMAI.I.
4 I'aclca.es. 1-orsale ty BoIIes & Co. in
Owner- of Lota in Nunanu
ilea hand in their name la the I reaurer, A. J.
CAR. WHICH I. or the unJerfciptd. ami ' will
rurniOietl with proper Dtcd.
T?NGUSII PICKLKS. ASSORTED, QUARTS.
- tot ta
r tale b- BoIIes & Co.
KONA COFFEE. Fcrsale hy BoUes Ax
For Portable or Permanent
15 feet lengths; 14 lb to the yard, just received
per Vke 0 Atnn from Liverpool. Apply to W,
L. Gteen, or tt. W.
MaclJuUne La, Agents lor J no.
rossrlcr k. Lo.
The Underiljnedhavine purchased
From II. H. H. RUTH KKEMKOLANI, the UnJi
ci kuiiii.U'ai,! ami( tuut in Ku,
iiavtau, Kanua. iiimu, ana Kauapa
Lioa, in Kuhala Hawaii, Wal-
kaloa. aialcaie, Ku-
PohaLuhaLu. and Kaapaaula.
situated in HamaL.ua, Hawau, HanaLa
00, and Honokohau situated ui )laui( Kaohal,
situated or? LanaL Also the lots of land situated tn
Honolulu, and known as the
WILDER .urt CHULAH BLOCKS.
rents of said lands, are pa able
rtw' anJCo. S
ny azents. It a. 6.
MREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE COM,
1 pans; of California
BISHOP V Co., AGENTS.
LOSSES PAID OVER, -$-,
The TMiyeHt 1'aclftc Count Co,
Dwelling risks specialty, detached dwell
ings and contents insured for period
of three years for two premiums
ia advance. ; we also write
upon merchandise per
between this p-rt and the coast llt, cowing loss or
sUaiagcs, H auouusing 10 seven jer seus ur
uhb ret the Soswd value if the whlt
shipfanl al pwrtse oelisery,
ul are preparesl to
covering shipafivts fross th PisnUtions
through to San Fraacitvce, iascM.
log Sri rials white it. Host-
js.1t... si majlir ss.e
SVnaWBi ! sWWSWeMssWL sSJeTsSsASeW
tVIPAfl MW tM fit Hit At. llrtf
JUDG.J9 III HOROLOGY.
In enrvI't atlrm of lh (u 4tiUtd Is thW m4fi
irm, mvf th yvritvitA Umtrttr( Ihtt-
CM M utmutrtlht rtk ! ttl )tf tM
fa'tf (h in lfJjr-fIM jnf'fjtmftt) O.
n 9 y pr Mrt in ihi vi
nit hlfhrtst 'thitrtt. hjr luff
fwiful it i'iUky diiTiarit
ft mat mh dWn5te
ttnn ii$ wffj
oive r.vr.u-UAHVU) jusner. 70 all
k AUjvmt to tur
AMKRIOAN WATCH COMPAWY,
MHahttviif U , A.f
A firUUu ;! tvl mti oth'f a AUmimt
AtiAtMtut. mUi.tjf uvatil at UmmlurM wtth lh !
lUtt hhhqUrniA tr lijfvfiM Jydy ItAnh
llorial Ornimmltfl, fur th Irrt hd mtM tMttvUt
rmtmn m tfrjttKMt tnnmr9 emini.
Thy liw xrvriti)mlY mrant by which thV
tnw,iuUrti if th tnrtitt cf ik ttiwiirjr A iht
it tMnmitte on Jwlin M Ardy I (at a rittm
nrx-UH awara v jitn lor im lint fetjringf ruaiite
ut aiiKraiittu u"t- wiui.
AIo, a vfdratst rirMUw award for th rfrttlti tA
im yum ia waunmakirK nvi in ntRprremmi in
lh m.iiarKl pM of tl watch, Ut twAUy In th
maim(inj arnl r'ing tnrrel, lh intent fly yhhmt
lit prftt ttAryvXiXjd Uttm tall th teth of the train.
In trry criule A watch alike, and 1 1 IwAhrorul a4
juUmrnt of lh hlAtK-itt,
AIuja a firUtlawt award for new rrvyl of wtip?rtat.
A Io, a separate firtLM ward ft lh imtroe
rnfiti in fa-t, th numbr of artidic ftrmc atvl drizn
imd, lh laty avj eteeantrx of lhir fifih, afkl M
iWr p and txUMnirttA rtne'J tA fam.ir&
A1vloOrtil W, Word mesrhantcal wiprintend
ent Ams-tKan Watch Corntany, Wall ham, Um,(
The followiti It lis order of award made hy the
.Sydney Inter nat ional KahiUtiVyn Commiwton to I he
Amertstan Watch Company, of Waltham, Maw:
Gold and Silrtr Waid FIrtt Atzxtm of merit and
tpctal mention : Gold MedaC
TimtVttiAttg qua itic of all grade of Watch Flit
degree of merit.
Perfection in Syrtew Firit degree of merit.
New mode of cornpentating batar-ce--First derree of
ImptoemnU, fmth and elegance of Cawn Pint de
gree of merit
Kngiaking, chating wfid enamIuii of Watch Caet
rust aegree 01 merit ana special mention.
Charlei M. Woerd, lediantcaJ SopenMendent Flrit
uegree 01 menc, ipeciai.
tsf There heing several torthless sralehes tearing
ine marks 01 vv aitruun vs alclies dcovere4 svitnin toe
fast seven months, (aimed off cm the public as genuine,
the puutc are nereoy notiliea C4 the lacl ams cautsoneij
III if Agent for the Hawaiian Islands,
17-ILDER & CO.
Importer and Dealers in
of all Itiudf, just received, ex late arrivals, severa
Large and well ftclectcd cargoes of
comrfiting ail the usual stock sues
In Scantling:, Timber,
Planks and Boards.
ALSO DRY REDWOOD,
Scanllin, PUrtc surface
roozh Boards sur
faced anii rouh Itattens, TKAets, KaUtf,
Lattic- anj Ctapboarslt.
DOORS, SASH AHD BLIXDS,
Alt sites, of Eastern and California snak and fir
sale inquantitit to suit, at low prices.
Also, ih Sroct,
WHITE ZINC; PAIsT OILS,
METALLIC AND OTHER PAINTS,
CI-SS AND SALT,
AMD WHITEWASH MUSHES.
A ivaKrtmDi cf
la UU. strlM.
Nails, Screws, ,
Tta, Ceaswer-, stat4 Mres1-lrM M'rer,
rtuasuivg, fas MtiAg sad afl siork u say line pf
Reasjrtabtc tbe ajdnsa opposue tsss PuEce Sssw
M Ksssi etissst. sotystea
"I ISaWI .
K. P. ADAMS
Dr 0-1-f f MEMK. II IIACKrr.Lt
1 t , M,f l $Utmm, ! l H t fithmirig
PROVISIOHS AMD SHIP'S STORES,
IhMri, 1 Mai,, aseWJfcsssss, 1 a.
ises rs.s t, 1 evw ssspa siarss
r-jv. - -- . - a
I'., f. ArAM,Avse-r
A SSIOMEKS BALn.
I llaelMelsa.il ft MtCW 1, swr.
fir MM U II. (i, Umm, I erfl
W-drtMdisr. Nov. 't HH'A
Al lo oVt-tl; a, , t mIiuis-as, rise IH8 StwS on
Also 1 wtget, IfAiwm, t aIw's caMii, siawIis, rsoei t'
'. I'. ADAMILAsMthMer
Valmsbln Sacrsr, Krslo rsnil Pistttre
lxinil, in JrsrjnlnrSf Islnntl of Mnstt.
Ilf orUer of the Trustees ith- t.UWALIIX) WTATK
I ttiall ofTer Im tUt for cs!s, al tne CostfT
llosise Ia IJuina, on lW IUjM vt
sIauL Is it o'clocli noon,
TllUHSDAY, NOVF.MHEK znJ, iSS,
the MW-mt IVcn ul Lmi t
in t!,e AnvpuAA c Polaml. Awui 5,17, It, Atona s
10 W. C Lsrasfilo, at Mian:
Lot i-I'asturc I-and I)ing on the Sea
Beach, 273iVo actci
Ixit 2-Cane and Pasture Lznd, i4aVt7
Iot 3-Cane, Pasture and Kalo I Jnd,
I-ot 4-Kalo I-and, i-fia acres.
Ixit 5-Kalo Iand, ifo acres.
Ixit 6-Kalo fjinii, -fa acres.
I-ot 7-Ka!o Iand, -jr acres.
Ixt 8-KaIo Land, ifa acres.
Ixt 9-Pasture I -and, 161V0- acres.
Iot ict-Canc and Pasture I-and, 5Si1bii
Ixt 1 i-Kalo Ijnd, mostly taken up
with ktilcanas, whole area j-j'n; acres.
lathe. AiaipBU tX Kulillilet, AvatiI tji?, Ii, Aran
fi, 10W C Ltiranw, s foKonrs.
Lot 1 -Kalo Land, -iVrr acrfc
1-ot 2-Kalo I -and, 15 acres.
ImI 3-Old Kalo I-and, - acre.
1-ot 4-Kalo Land, j acre.
Ijoi 5-Kalo I-and, -rr acre.
I-ot 6-Kalo and Kula Kand, -pJV acre.
1-ot 7-KaIo I jnd, Tlv acre.
I-ot 8-Kalo Ijnd, "g acre.
I-ot 9-Kalo and Kula I .and, -jV, acre.
Lot 10-Pasture I-and, 6o,Vr acres.
Lot 1 i-Pasture I-and, 9015 acres.
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1-ot i -Cane and Kalo I-and, 12
I-ot .-Cane and Kalo Land,
I-ot 3-Cane and Kalo I-and,
I-ot 4-Cane and Kalo I-and,
Lot 5-Cancand Kalo Land, SrVn acres.
I-ot 6-Canc and Kalo I-and, 1 i-iVcr
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