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SATUItDAY, I'ltllHUAUY J. iMj
Notice ol any reenl of Inl.ff.l Irantptrlnir on
lh Ath.r Island will alaraya l lhnfc fnlljr recited
for piitilKatlon toriMpondenta r. rnnrlrd lo
append llirlrtrua namea In all tomnmnltallnu,
nnt for puhllratlnn narmailly, lull l a Guarantee
thai lh ilt.f l ecllna; In eond faith
Adeeitlsrmr-nt mmt he ent In li j I'llday nnnn
Nolnirnlon fur lh currant lur-(an l guaran
trr.t ltn tent In later Advertiser! will maid
the mimhrr of Insertion tlatlred, fcnm which dale
they chare.) any not in mailed wilt lit charged
OouhUfthimn ad rrtlaementa, ritlt and lar.
type will nnt l adinltlrd tntn nnr rnlitmn)
neither will a.tt .rtlir inenl lie ailntltlr it Into "lead
ln" columns, t any prlrr. Tlir rule will !
lljldly .dhetnl In
On smiinlny hesl, At llir I lavsmlan Hold,
Mill lie nlltnlnfr.Mt. II ( mntstll's .rlelimtnl
tlottrr Dtn Hire.
Our tlianl nre ilti, itml lielcliy leinlernl,
to tlir Minlslcitif llie Inlrtlor for ctiy of llic
8rlon Cam (if iSkSJ, ssllli cumiliiiien(,
klmlly phfnl u ill our lilil tliU wrek.
Wc ore ilciotl In li) llic ficiiint riding
Mrtln, uf hie, tliit llilt lintllli clvlng rscr
rie I fomlni; In sialic itj.ln. Il In lreii too
tiuicli uri;lccUi1 for ccrnl )cnri MI,
In the vllcc omit on Turwlt), n iiitlsc la
ki4tii was icntincrtl li wty n line nf $50 ami
rust fur I'MCtlnIni; lunllclnc xslllimil n license.
It nptt.riil he linl nltindnt n Inlf cislc Inftnl
nl WnlMU, Ami the child lml tlicil under hit
The repair on the I ' iktlilt were toniplctcil
on Situtila) list, nnil at 11 A. M. stnrpslic wa
slartctl down the H9)i, One stiippigc ssa
mide, Jtisl as the crullc louchnl the water,
after which hcu a lowered inpiitl)'; time from
Mart to casting olT lur f itcninj;', f I minute.
A home, ntt.iche.1 to .1 liiclc, ,u fright
ened ociho.iid from the old cuatoin home
whirf thrnugli the lice-milt blowing off ttcim
Iat Silunliy nftunoon, nnd though prompt
menaure wire taken lo sue the nr beiat, he
vta drowneil ere he could lie rescued.
Our til.lc wna wiightc-d, n few dip aincc h)
Mr. II. Dhnond with a generous supply of
choice biskct ten, from an I m nice rcccntl) re
ccIm.I hy Mr. May. Passing a pickagc to
our professioml "tci taster" It wis pronounced
good, iry good. The donor wilt pluisc ac
cept our think.
The palace nttcsim wclldioring virty struck
water at an early hour on .Saturdi), the 27th
tilt., at a depth of 76.1 feet. The flow, through
nn S) Inch pipe', was to copious as to Hood
the premises and portions of King, Uichird
nnd Ahkea streets ere it could lie capcd and
The Goscl Tcmiraiicc meetings at the
llethel scstryocrj .Silut.li) cscnlng are well
attcndeil, and hic prosed a great help to
quite n numlicr in our commumt). A new ef
fort Is midc to reach a ccrtiin class in the
opening of a Monday evening meeting, in
Smith street, by a few earnest workers. These,
too, arc said to lie productive of much good.
Twq. pair of heavy iron wheels have Iwen
allowed li) the government to obstruct Here-
tania street, near Alapai, for man) weeks, for
what purpose unless a standing menace to
skittish horses and timid drivers wc do not
know. The narrowing of the street by the
railroad may be a necessil), hut wc fail to see
the justice of narrowing it still more by such
The A'i.ic.i Ihu rcturnctl to port last Sun
day, hav ing made a cruise in search of the Sun,
of 60S miles. Meeting with strong easterly
trades, she cruised along the wcathir side of
the islands to 35 miles off shore, proceeding to
lat. 20 to1 n., long. 154 50' w., thence a due
north course to lat. 22 15' n., and cruising a
zigzag course Kick to pott, without suing
anything of the missing steamer, Sokc the
schooner Anna off Maui from Eureka, for
Saturday last turned out to lie quite a recep
tion day. At 11:30 A. M. His Majesty held a
reception at Iolani Palace, at which thc
Japancsc Embassy were presented. At 12 l.
Captain V. II. Wilson and officirs of the U.
S. S. LattaiMiuia were presented, and at
12:30 His Excellency J. M. Kapena and J. I..
Kaulukou were received. The Japanese Uni
bass) were reccivwl at 1:30 v. M. by II. H. II.
Princess Lihuokalanl at Washington place, and
at 2:301-. t. by II. K. II. Princess Likehkc
at her Waikiki residence.
Kam Kwai was tried lufore the police court
on Tuesda) last, on n charge of having opium
in possession. It seems that he had been the
receiver of the opium lately smuggled by Mary
Niclson. She had taken the opium to the store
of Kant Kw a! on Hotel street, according to
Instructions from the Captain's lxy, of the
Australia, for whom she was acting as agent;
Imt Kam Kwai declining to give her inonc) in
return, she had got from him a recognition of
Its receipt in writing. Ily this receipt the man
was identified nnd his premises forthwith
searched. Three tins of opium were found in
his bed. He was sentenced to pay a fine of
$200 and costs, and to imprisonment at hard
labor for six months.
Nearly A HoMlcilK.-On Sunday, the 2MI1
instant, a native nun named Kanakahou, ac-
coinjianicd by others, had gone up Palolo vah
ley In this district, to shoot peacocks. Kana
kahou's gun had several times missed fire, hut
was afterwards accidently discharge-it foul con
cussion caused by striking the butt against a
stone. Part of the charge was lodged in the
left shoulder ami arm of a girl named Keau,
who clunce-d to bo Handing a short distance
ofl. These arc the facts as stated by the wound
cd girl herself, who, on W'cdncsday morning,
came with her mother lo the olice station to
testify before Deput) -Marshal Da) ton. She
has been sent to the Queen's Hospital for
treatment. Only a few shot entered ler arm
and shoulder, and only a slight swelling of the
Injured parts has so far en.ucd. l'urthcr action
in the cave will Ik: defined until the result of
the wound Is letter known.
We ate pleased 10 learn uf the progress being
nudeiiy the Algcroba Lodge, I, O. J, T. of
this city, and that a marked degree uf success
attend! the regular social entertainments of the
order. On the evening of the 29th ult., the
following programme was presented 1 Vocal
duel, Messrs. J. Noll and T, A. Goodwill 1
rc-adir.,;, Mr, Amasa Pratt ; comet sole., It.
McLean j vocal duett Miss M. Uoliter and Miss
-ilh;brun: ccccnliicitics, James Jordan; vo
cal solo, Mr. J. W, U Maguhe. The follow.
Ing are the officers elect for Ihe next three
months- V. C. T., J. 11. Alhutoa 1 W, V,
T., Mrs. Iloyl; 1W. C. T., Auusa Pull;
W, S., Jaruts Jordan; W, T. Jolin Cooke ) W
V. S., frank Oodfrcy; V, I, C, Miss M.
Hoktcfi W, O. (I., H. Emerson; Miss II. S.
Ju4J was tvpoointed editress of the Lodge pa--Jaw,
Ike fcr---sV- MnUrfriu.
Mr P t Jones M heen ekurd vkc rcl
dint nl the 1 1 inter I.iUir mid Supply l
tire A t. Hail well, rrtlencsl
Tlir Pml of llic "finnd Army nf llie He
jnililler ttnllnneil line lake imelmk In the
CoroiMtlon. Another iciwlhle Innly.
1 he Jnwne. nmlnfMilnti nrcniiiiiinleil by
Ihe Minister nf Inleihn and I lie I 'rut mutter
(irnernl, relurneil lo low 11 on WednenUy Mre
nlni Ut, fiom their Wl lo Waliiiinalo,
We acknowledge Ihe uniform roiirleoirtneaw
ofCniitnln I'cll of the Police forre, In nlliH!
when naked, all pmiier lnf(iiiii'illniitiioiiillf
niAltfit, which nre of puhlle Inlerett.
.1 1 1 1
A very Ileal, low, picket fence nowr encliMr
the (Juecn'a llmplnl croiinda fionlliiJ the
trerl, which adda mnlcrltlly to Ihe nperir
aiier of Ihe pieniKc.
Mr J A niMn will drllvrr hll leclure lie.
foir llie t.llitity nnd ltrdlii; Koom Atmieln
Hon at their hill on Toil ilrerl, on 'lueaday
( lilneae New Vent, or Konohee, lake iliec
net week, coinnirncliiR Tuemliy CMtilfii;.
I'rtnrillnna ore licini mule already for n julii
hut time mitotic Ihcin.
Workmen nl I lionm Squire are unking
Rom I iro;rrH In li)lni oul walk nnil 1I1U1;
wtiyst trlininini; tteen, ele. rn.puattoiii arc
hciui; nude, we notice, for sinking an arteahn
well on llic lltii'lnnlnliul aide of Ihe SipnrCi
The Tree tiimmcra, under direction of lion
A. S. Clechoru, arc doini; clTeclivv work In
lopiIni ofl iiefliiii;lni bunches nloni niiny
of our lhoroii);hfarca. Ktiuut and Union .trecti
arc now licln; nttemlctl to.
llic imliccmin lint refused to Interfere and
present the ilenlly nssiult midc Ihe other thy
on the womm nt Knmolliill, should he ills
chirged. I'oltriHins nte never missed whin
dischirgcd from sersice.
W'c regret lo leirn tint Itcv. (!. II. Smith
docs not find the climitc of Kolnh conducive
lo his hcilth and therefore feels compelled to
resign. Our Kolnh friends will put with him
with many ngrcts.
Sun.h) evening nt I'orl-St church, Instead
of the regulir service, a speciil service will be
held, nt which addresses will be mule hv Kcv,
Mr. Houston and Cap). I. lira), of AvtMaitihig
Star. The usual morning sen ices will be
conducted hy Mr. Cruzin.
1 he Slcimcr Wiumaiuih was taken up last
Saturihy, caulked nnd coppered, and hunched
from the Marine Hiilwny on Thursil.iv morn
ing of this week, and the steamer ,iiffM Afaltt
hauled up the same day, Ucpairs on the lat
tor were completed so tint she resumes her
route again to-day.
The half-white military com pan) turned out
for parade exercise on Sunday hit, nliout
tvvent) strong. It appears that after some
grumbling they have at last .accepted the situa
tion, and acknowledged the right of the King
to choose their officers for them. Ihckbonc
does not seem to lie in the ascendency.
Three hundred and scvcnt)-fivc improved
Winchester repeating rifles were lately received
by the Government. These added to the num
licr of arms already in its possession would
furnish quite a regiment of soldiers. The
question naturally arises To what use arc they
to lie put? Are they for show, or menace? If
for the former purpose, less costly and less
deadl) trinkets would liave lieen more appro
priate. On the side-walk next to the fence of the
residence of Mr. Ijiveon Port street, there is
an excavation varying in width, from one to
three feet, extending the whole length of the
fence, and forming a dangerous pitfall for foot
passengers having occasion to travel that road.
This unsightly excavation has been inexisience
for some time past, and the Road Supervisor
should attend to it. Some other deep and
dangerous holes .on the same street opposite
the Chinese church should also be attended to.
On Monday, the 29th ult., II. II. M. S.
Mulinc arrived, 32 il.i)S from Callao, from
which port she sailed Dec. 23rd., one week
later than the Lackausuma, She reports fa
vorable weather the entire passage. The lilu-
tine is a composite screw vessel of 1,137 tons,
with 1 , 1 20 horse pow cr j carries 6 guns and a
complement of 125 men. She w ill probably
remain a month in our waters. The following
is a list of her officers:
StafT Surgeon . . ... .
Ia) master ....
duel 1 nginecr...... , ,
t nxinccr. . .......
Carinlcr. .. .t
( (5. I'. I
. h. I. I
..Alfred lie Dunne
. . .George Sullivan
II. W. li. Helefons
. , George Llbrow
... .1. K. lloland
.. .Jos l'eain
A deadly assault was made, on the cv ening
of Monday the 29th inst., at Kamoihili, by
one Papa, a native man of about sixty, upon
one Deborah, a young native woman, the weap
on used being a large clasp knife. The narra
tive runs aliout as follows: Deborah (Kcpola)
was the wife of Kcaloha, who was hrother-in
law to the assailant. It ap)cars that Papa is
a mormon priest, or elder, and in addition to
his sacerdotal functions sometimes exercises
those of a physician, or kahuna, and that in
the latter cajiacity he had courted, and gained
the affections of Deborah; and that for some
lime past they lad lived together in illicit inti
mac). Upon the altcrnoon ol the assault, it
appears that Dcborafi, while proceeding to
town to buy flsh, was met by Papa, who was
returning therefrom. He told her to go with
him lo Waikiki as he had there a ticnt to
attend. On arriving at the house, he went in,
leaving in her charge outside, his hat, hoots
and nut, with instructions to remain until he
should trturn. The woman accordingly wailed
for him fur nearly two hours; but he not re
turning, she then proceeded to complete
her original errand. When Paa afterwards
came out he was told by the ncighliors that
Deborah had gone to market. He said nolh
Ing but immediately proceeded home, win hat,
coat, and shoes. Uon arriving there he In
quired fur Delurah. Finding she lud not re
turned, he went to a Chinese provision stoic
on the road, and there seating himself on the
verandah awaited, her arrival. Shortly after
she was seen approaching. When near, he
went out and met her and immediately dragged
her from her horse, knocked her down, thiol
tied her, "pushed her head into a uol of mud,
and while she was half strangled, dnw out a
knife and commenced stabbing her wildly
about the neck ami face, until she fainted fiom
fright and loss of bloud, when, believing her
dead, he deliberately larocccdcd home ami
dunged his clothes In anticipation of arrest.
Scveial witnesses were present during the com
mission of Ihe deed, among whom were the
w onian's husband, her brother and a native
policeman named Kaiwinui, none uf whom
dared iS nuke any active intcifiirncc. Papa
was subsequently aiiested, and brought to town
by a pullccuun sent from the station house.
The wounded woman was attended to by Dr.
llrodic, who pronounces the wounds not neces
sarily Csixl, tbe uiuspcct of recovery gooj.
We acknowledge ihe eoutteiy of Mr J. M
Oat Jr for newn fivor per 111 tt
In Jutllee to the ofieer. of Ihe tirhiuMmm
ami for lire lellff of anlrt filenda, e are
iermltleal to Kale that Imt for Ihe tiwewwry re
Mlra to lur machinery, he would hue t oul
liniiiolhtPl) In aenreli of the .Sufi,
'Ihi "litni for PrlniMiy limit, aeemlnisly
letter than ever. I he letter of Mr Manhnll
will he redd with ilewuie by all aSirait u'Mr,
while tlwt from Kev. A. W'. Murray of New
(iuiiini will I'lvr ix additional Inlcretl in lhat
Atlrtitlnu it ratlril n Ihe dealrable home
ateail proiepa offered Imliy, Une 11 altlti
ted In a ilealiahle nit of N111111111 and Ihe other
on Ihe plaina, and la to be told, not from any
fiult but, hecniit.c their ownei a cnnnol live In
tun pi ten at the mine time
A nerhmi accident lnipened on 1 Iniradsy
hl to Mr. John lacf1il1ne, who la In the
employ of Mr. I.tient. Ilcwaa runotir hy a
loiideit liiuiber wap,on on Klii(;li(.ct aiul Ida
rollar lmiic fractured, lie la now nl the
fjuciu'a llmpll.il, whcieaalial iriilnl he la
at coinforlable aa tinder the tlrcuimlaiice
eoulil hue lieen eiiec(el.
The jilgcon hiHllii nnlch lutwcen Mr.
Haley and Mr. linger, which was advertised
for I rl.liy hit, wai won by the former gentle
mm by very htge ikIiIs, Two awieKlakcs
were nflcrw.nds shot, In which Messrs. Haley,
linger, 'I rlpp, llhck, Teirll 111.I Wilson were
engigeil. Ilolli were won by Ihe Inter nunc.!,
he only missing one bird.
'Ihe lurk Rnvu arrived vestcrday, teHirtcil
luting slgnillcd the stciiner Sutt in I.1I. Jl
15' N,, and Img. 130" 25' W Janmry 15th.,
put luck for rcpiira. The news was received
with much joy hy the community, and wain
great relief to .inxlous fiicnils. 'I he alxivc )
siti.in showed the stenncr 425 miles from San
Praiicisco llnds. She was under ste-im nnd
sill when Men.
Messrs Palmer .1 Co.'s new Drug Slorc on
Toil street, a perfect little pihce of phvsic
and perfumery, opened on Wcdncsihy ivenlng
the 31st tilt,, and to the numerous Cillers held
"ojien house," Sjieaking for ourselves, we
know our party appreciated the warm reception
they met with nt the hinds of Mr, P. In ills
pensing iced sodVs, which Is one of the feature
of this establishment.
Ihe following is the progrimmc of the Hand
concert nt lhnina Square, this nftcrnoon, com
mencing at 4.30 r. M.
March Frnnsceld (new).
Overture -Charles VI , .
vvatu 1 ciiieen (hy request)
Selection 1'iriuna (new) ..
finale t'ansim (new) .
(t.ivlrlllc University sonns (new)
The Hand will give an extra concert otl Mon
day evening, Feb. S, at the Hawaiian Hotel,
1 he Daily Jlultetut kindly notices the
severing of Mr. George W. Stewart's connec
lion with the stiff of this paper, prepiratory to
hts return home .a few weeks hence. It is .a
pleasure lo testify to his able assistance, his
unassuming and gentlemanly manner to all
with whom he came in contact, and was there
fore in his rc'x-rtorial duties entirely void of
offence. Wc wish him every success in his
future field and sphere, and trust wc may not
lose his hlwrs from our columns intircly, as,
without doubt, our readers will lc pleased to
have occasional contributions from his pen.
I'RtiK C. II. HITCHCOCK'S
The opening lecture of this celebrated geolo
gist's course, under the auspices of the Y'. M.
C. A., wc simply mentioned in our last.
The lecturer was greeted with a very-
good audience, the L)ccum licing well fillctl,
nnd was introduced by the President of the
Association, Mr. A. Pratt. The subject of the
evening " Niagara Falls " was selected as be
ing one with which all were more or less fami
liar. The length and breath of the riv er vv as giv en
and its elevation, as also that of lakes Eric
and Ontario, with a careful description of the
contour of the country. Reasons were given
for the now accepted theories of the age of the
falls and the indications existing of its once
having a different course from the present.
The cause of the whirlpool was also shown in
the iliscov crcd cxistance of an ancient gorge
running to St. David's, distant thicc miles,
now filled with sand and gravel. Indications
of the non existence of Lakes Huron and Erie
in earlier times were also explained from the
discovery by Prof. Spencer of an ancient chan
nel across the Canadian plateau. Figures
presented hy the lecturer as deduced from the
rock formations of Niagara were given in justi
fication of the belief that the tarth must have
been in existence for immense periods prior to
the existence of man.
On Monday evening last, the 29th inst., not
withstanding the inclement nature of the
weather, quite a number of our "thinking"
people attended to hear the theories now pre
sented upon "The Ice-age" orglacial period,
of which the following is a synopsis, for which
we are indebted to The rricnJ.
Through most of geological time the climate
had been tropical or warm-tcinperalc. Just
before the present age the northern hemisphere
witnessed a time f great cold, and more than
a third of the North American continent was
covered Jiy on immense sheet of ice. The
theory of a jmlar ice cap is inadmissablc
since the places where the most ice has been
accumulated correspond with those regions re
ceiving the greatest precipitation of moisture.
At present the south frigid zone approaches
nearer the equator than the northern. Hence
some authors think it is passing through its
glacial period, and that every twenty thousand
)e-ars the polar rc-gions are alternately subjectcil
to those frigid influences.
Descriptions of existing glaciers in Switzer
land and Greenland were given, illustrated by
numerous diagrams. Glaciers wcte rivers of
ice "motionless tone nti with silent cataiacts."
The movement may lie three or four feet a day
in Switzerland and sixty feet per day in Green
land. The eailh and rocks mixed together is
the moraine, and may lie in front or on the
sides or lieiieath the glacier. Greenland is
mostly covered by an ice sheet over one thou
sand miles long, discharging by some thirteen
channels into llaffins' Hay. The pieces of ice
breaking off are icebergs, one-ninth of their
bulk only being in sight. These bergs trans
poit roeks and stones in great abundance,
dropping them where the Ice melts. Tyson's
party of eighteen H.isons were transotlc-d
eighteen hundred miles in six months' time
Um Ice floes before they were rescued.
Eastern America it covered hy materials
resembling those found alxMit existing glaciers.
The ledges aic broken, their surfaces scratched
and the fragments transported hundreds of
miles In some cases. I he uora.ior peninsula
seems to luve lieen the central aica of the
Iranspoitation ami most of Ihe nnteiiiU lave
lieen carried to the southwest. Over New
Finland the movement was southeast, The
edge of Ihe ice sheet lias been carefully traced
out quite recently; and it commences at Nan
tucket at the sast, passing westerly through
Long Islam), New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio,
Indiana, Illinois, to near the junction uf the
Ohio and Mississippi rivers. Theic il turns
northwest through Missouii, Kansas, Nebraska
and Dakota into llritish Columbia, ThU edge
exhibits somewhere terminal moraines. A
glaciated area is lo be found also In Diltiah
f oliimhl 1, reaching Into the Kncky M itinlain .
Salt aY was one thousand feet higher than
now, fresh arid dlarhirginc lt waters into the
Columbia ilvtt the take In Mariitolm wis
nn extension of Wlnnltwg, nnd wia kept in e
faience aa long na Ihe Ice remained nmr Hud
son's liny, I litre waa no natural Imnlrrof
land In dam Ihe waters, W hen the ii e incited
Ihe livers Incrrnml enoimomly In aire, and
deHislti of dclillua were found ifi.id Into the
beaiillf.il leiraret well known In I rarer
liter, Iliitlth Inhimbla, the Connecticut nnd
all nlher Ijulrin livers 'I he Mississippi drps
lied similar iuAlnl.il, sern now In llic ImilTs
nnd dell 1 'I his tlre.tin limit hive lx-cn five
hundred feet higher linn now in Ihe Ire age
Wedonot find ividrmo either of nny great
elevation or tlrirntalon of Ihe hud In the he
age In America, Il seems necrasniy lo look
lonsttnnomlcnl mines tociphln the accumu
lation of the Ice,
Ilolli lecture were nntcihlly nl.hil by mips
and illigtauit In llluatMle imniitant mluli
therein. The Concluding lectures of the eoiirac
will I e delivered not month, IWcaaor Hitch
cock Improving thenpKirtunlty mninwhlle lo
visitlhe olhcr islands.
rim coHo.Vet not? oat maw.
'I he Maul people Intend to hive a little
cimmillim no their own account on the I2th
Inst, and would like ns many of Ihe Inhabitants
of Ihe nihil Islands as can mike it convenient
to attend. Ilicy hive nn amphlthcatie all
ready prepared capable of scaling 30,000. lie
lug at a loss for a crown, lliey Ihink nf using
the crown of an old hat, The Invitation will
conlntn a printed notice of the requisite dress
for liolli l.i. lien and genllimen, nnd the com
mlttcc expect lint no leuniks will be made as
to what is, or Is not, full driss, nt Ihe Invita
tion will decide lint. For instance, if
" Glintt " nrc the requisite for gentlemen, it
means gloves and nothing else. Not wishing
to make n hughing Hock of any particular liv
ing Individual hy crowning him in presence of
so large an audience, n hrgc scarecrow has
Ik in liorrowcd fm n cornfield In Makiwno,
which will be decorated with a scarlet robe
conttiliuted by one of SprcckiWville men. It
once .11.1 service as a llinnil shin, but he don't
want it any more.
In fict, fiom the trouit to the foot, the
whole will be contiibiiled by the committee,
and the diversity of the colors used is account
ed for by the different tastes of the contribu
tors. '1 here will be no chirgcs for admission,
no taxation to defray expenses, no favoritism
in legml to seits, ns nil nre equally good.
Music by the Wailuku spring hand.
Overture "I wish 1 was in Dixie."
Interlude "Croppy lie down."
Finale nnd wind U " When Johnny comes
The whole toconclude with firing of Chinese
liombs, ami the "scarecrow" to lie blown up
vith nitro gl)ccrine, which is to lie fired by a
A SAVAGE MUKDEK
Editor. Sathrdav Prfss Sir: A hot
nblc murder was committed here in the nights
between the 171I1 and tHtli instants by a Poly
nesian negro recently imiioitcd per schooner
At nan-past 10 o clock, when wcwcrcalioul
retiring, a man came running up towards my
house from the kumakahiki houses below,
calling forme in .aloud and plaintive voice.
It was one of our Polynesian negroes that had
worked here aliout one and onc-halfycars. He
said he had got a cut with a tomahawk in his
left arm, from one of the lately nrrived negroes.
The blood was oozing quite freily from the
large muscle of the arm, which he held to stop
the blood. The man was in a very excited
state from fear of his pursuer and weakened hy
loss of blood. He was proierly bandaged and
hid to rest. Hut wc were not through with
that job, when wc were informed tint another
of our negro laborers, Lcntuu, a good, quiet
man, had been killed by the same savage, that
woundeil the man just mentioned. I ordered
the man carried up to our house, where, after
a lapse of some time, he was brought in a
blanket, lie was not de.nl at the time, but
very badly cut up ; his left arm was broken,
the bone of the upper arm sticking out through
a lacerated wound ; a couple of the fingers of
the left hand were cut off clean and one finger
hung dangling by the skin, a cut in the left car
and one on the left shoulder ; on the inside of
the left thigh alwut four inches above the knee
a deep cut had been made severing everything
to the bone, thus completely hamstringing tin
man, also a cut above the ankle-joint on the
same side ; on the right leg was also a cut on
the inside near the ankle-joint, There seemed
to be some method in the way the blows had
been dealt, and it struck me immediately, that
this wits not a first effort to completely disable
a man and kill him by inches. The right hand
the w ounded man could bend at the elbow-
joint ; on the right shoulder a slanting blow
had been struck, that left skin and llcsh hang
ing down the shoulder blade, as in the process
of licing flayed off. The murderer had found
his victim sleeping and must have sprung upon
him and quickly disabled him. The weapon
used was a shingling hatchet with a long han
dle, of which our New Hebrides Islanders have
several to take home, I presume, when their
When first I examined the mutilated man, I
found only a small quantify of Mood flowing
from the large wounds. He was conscious but
greatly exhausted. We thought, that as lo'ng
as there was life, there was hope ; so we ap
plied stimulants, washed off the blood and
bandaged as well as wc could to keep the man
aliv e, but at aliout 2 o'clock in the night he
expired. When the murderer had finished his
job and left the man for diad inside the house,
he took a position on the step in front of the
door of the house brandishing his long handled
hatchet in the air, until he got a chance to es
cape, when he struck out for the guava bushes
in the neighborhood. After a search the follow
ing day he was found mauka in the fern region;
but before he was caught, he managed to give
a native a severe cut in the muscles uf the hack
with his tomahawk.
At the coroner's inquest the following day,
it would have been well, if a surgeon had been
present ; people are averse to handling a
corpse, and under the circumstances I cannot
give as correct an accouut of this tragical affair
as I could wish. Should the Hoard of Health
fulfill its promises and appoint a competent
and suitable physician for this district, we
would gladly ay our share to have a good
medical practitioner here. Another difficulty
with which we meet in fully clearing up I his
murder case, is, that nobody here can speak
the languages of these Polynesian negroes.
Those lately arrived per Julia do not under
stand ftic New Hcbiides Islanders, that were
at woik here, neither do some of them under
stand the otl.en. The murderer abuse men
tioned is said to have come from the Island of
Aurora, lie speaks a little bad English. A
a rule, the New Hebrides Islanders are kind,
good naturcd and ulmllcnt, and I regret that
this blood thirsty savage lus come among Ihem.
Kcspcctfullyyouis, a. u.nna.
liana, Jan. 24, 18S3.
Mr. Yarndlcjr gav a cunctit Thurvlar nJht
tn Dramatic Hall, Kulub, usutcd by several
Lulic. Atf emtance of forty or more . . . . 1'oati
have bctn ilKtnUitcU fur a Ulcplionc tine along
ihe QcrnmciU roaii front Muloiu,,,.
Questions Vhat U the Tonic SoUa yv
tem? uta.cil ticUl menu ? What yc
dal tigaltkatioo, U any, U there la the Banc ?
Can It he ot up la UancU, tfio how waay
iroiont imi m.i 01 una rcrriiory naa not oec.i rnl (1Te,nmcnt . healthy condition ? I
I'hculcil Ixcnme thoueli cold It wn t'"ry',. ,1.., ,1 . n,.i 1 . , ,,
tt the precn.llatl.in of mol.ture Iherewer ,,cflr ll't (here I. no Utile unpleaaant feellnr;
Immenae like t.ro.luce.1 by the melllnKof lliel1""'"'!! wine of "leading rcaidenta,"
Ice in Utah. Neiada anil Manltolta Ureal I iil.mlci and ollicn. at not L'eltinr' intllatloni
birrcli would lie required lo lone up Ihe prci
to the great show on Feb, lalh., seeing ffnt
while thtyaxe omitted, oilier of lest social
landing me displaying their card of "Invlle,"
. ..Jan, 23d, thcte wcie fifteen delegate
elected by Iwllol to repiesent Hllo Itfttiict at
Ihe Coronation. 'I heir names are at follows 1
I). II. WaUnc, F Kckoa, It. II. Nalimu, J.
Knnunawa, C, N. Arnold, S. I.. Austin, Ka
Iua.i1lali.1kii, I). Knhitcohii, J, Pinm, M.
Napwlil, J, I), HiHirhknu, J, Nat, Urns, J,
Patau, J. Kuplhe.
i:rxiA ,ir 1111,0.
A vciy delightful sociable wai held nl the
teldcnce of Judge F, 8. Lyman, Tuesday
evening, Janmry 2J.I, 1 here were many turs
ent. 'Ihe evening wi rtlaibily fine, the
full miHin mule Ihe night aetm almost like
d.i). Many of the young niiple promenaded
the walk of she lienutiful garden, while
Ihe veranda was full of those who hid
v.nlous giiiic to nini.se Ihem, 'I he older .r
tlon were pleasantly entertained in Ihe parlor
hy Mrs. S. I Coan, Mr. A. II. Ixicbenilcln
and Mht Annie Austin, who each tang a solo
vciy finely, IJrncst nnd l'.stlicr Lyman
(children) sang two ducts beautifully and were
encored, l,cvi Lyman iccilcd a very amusing
selection entitled "'Ihe llatdlicadcd Man,'
well rendered. Mr. S. L. Austin and ton,
from Onoiue-.a; Mrs, '.. (i. Hitchcock nnd son,
Mr. I-oiKnsliln, Mr, Wyllli, from Pnpalkou;
Mr. Jonathan Austin and daughters, from
P.iukaa, were present. 'Ihe refreshments were
very choice (re 11111.1I), were Jiasscd at hilf
past 7 o'clock. The lime nppolnlc I was 7
o'clock. It I Inqiosslhlc for some icrsont to
be on time, even to get married. Every one
wants to wait until every one Ins arrive. I,...
Two young Mormon at llllo (xmilily not
from Lanal), followers of Joe Smith and llrlg
him Young, appcircd at llic Wednesday even
ing inciting of the Foreign Church. 'I he sub
ject for the cvtiilng waa "Ihe Day nf Penta-
cost. The tnilor made some remark and
the meeting was then iqnn to'all. One )oung
Mormon left his scat nnd mirched boldly up
in front of the pnlj.il and midc a few remark!
on the subject of the evening; ske of his
being an uneducated man, and then urged
rcpcntincc on all : nl.l he had traveled over
the Islands and talked with the natives. After
talking some time and showing bis ignorance
of the bible he broke down, stood several ruin
utes without uttering once, and then took his
seat. Shortly after he was through, another
) oung Mormon arose a stout-built )oung man,
with a fine body and head 5okc from his
scat and started out boldly, commented on the
subject of the evening, and was a belter Ilible
scholar; urged, at the brother before him had
done, rcpenrnnce on all. lie said that baptism
was necessary to salvation; said he believed
in the doctrines of Joe Smith. He had nothing
to say aliout the shepherd of Lanai, hut might
have had, only that two members of the church
thought that such doctrines as liiey taught were
not needed in the Foreign Church at II1I0.
The lost )outh exhausted the patience of the
audience, as did lxjtli, and might have talked a
longer time than is usually occupied had he
not bicn requested to stop.... On Friday,
January 19th, the sheriff nt Hilo received a
telephone informing him of trouble at Hakalau.
He sent at once Captain I). II. Drown and
officer Puni, who on arrival at Hakalau arrested
six Chinaman for assault on a lima and started
for Hilo with their prisoners. A lot of Chinese
tried to get the prisoners awayfrom the officers,
and wanted to fight them. Two Kanakas
came with Mr. Morrison to assist the officers.
One Kanaka was cut in the face and on the
back by the Chinamen. The prisoners got
away from the officers. Next morning (Satur
day) they went to the canefields and caught
again the six prisoners and four more who had
aided thesix in escaping. Thirty seven Chinese
refused to work-, and started for II1I0. They
were arrested by Sheriff Severance and a lot
of mounted olicc at Paukaa. All were locked
up until Monday, when they w ere brought be
fore Judge Hapai. Seven were sentenced to
one month's imprisonment and $2 fine, for
getting prisoners out of officers' hands; six
were sentenced to one month's imprisonment
and $5 fine; one was sentenced to three
months' imprisonment and $20 fine ; tw cnty
six were sent back to work and lined each
$3 30 costs of court and the other cases
were with drawn. j. a. m.
At a regular meeting of Harmony I-alge
No. 3 I. O. O. F. held Jan. 22, iSS3, the fol
lowing resolutions were adopted :
IVktrtat, it haa pleased an AH te and tnscnitatle
Providence to remove from among us our loved and
respected l.rothcr, George W, Pascoc, borne away by
the hand of death ere hu ) cars had reached the noon
day of the allotted span. Our departed Ifrother pas
Mkedtihe attribute of true manhood in an unwonted
degree and by his many virtues, hi kindly lcaxing, his
upright actions, won a place tn the hearts of all who
knew htm. Our Ilrother was ever a faithful and affec
tionate son, a loving brother and esteemed friend of hts
fellow man, an honored and useful member of our
Order, whose presence will be misled in our council. In
our social gatherings and in all the good works of our
rktrtort ht it rttth J Tliat e extend our heart"
felt smuathv to his mother, to his sutlers and brothers.
tn their affliction and that a copy of these resolutions be
A'A Thai these resolutions be lncorrora!ed in
the minutes of the ttrocecdiniis of the laodce and that
copes of tlje same be furnished fur (ubl.cat.or. to the
several rngusn newspapers.
The following resolutions, presented by
Attorney-General Preston at the meeting of the
liar on the 25th ult. , w ere unanimously adopted
KuohvJi That the members of this IUr have heard
with extreme pain and regret of the sudden and la
mentable death of the Hon, tluha 11, Allen, late
Intel justice 01 tins NinJjuora,anj jiu lajesty s MUv
Uter Resident in the United States of America.
tiitifhvti, Iliat by such death Hi Majesty has lo4 a
faithful and devued servant who, during the whole of
rmofhcui iue,wticincr on tne lienchor otbrwise,com
monded the resoect of all classes in this community.
A'af-tvA. 'lhat we sincerely condole with the family
of ihe deceased a the great los they h.e sustained.
JCesohet, Thai 4, copy of these resolutions be fur
warded to the family of the dcceascd.and lhat they also
te tntcrcu w recoru in ine journals ot ine duprtme
Hulogistic remarks were made by the At'
torney 'General, the Chief -Justice, A. S. Hart
well, the J'rctnicr.and Justice Austin.
Ladles and CentUtnen vitillng San FrancUco will
find very desirable Kuruitshed Rooms En Suit nd Sin
gle at No. IJ7 Montgomery, St , Corner Hush. Mrs.
T. Honey, formcily of Honolulu.
To the Ladles of Hoosolulu
AAer January M Annie Moylc, a graduate of
Ihe Dvcoratite An S.huol oi Califufnu, will Le pre
pared to give lessons In Kensington Embroidery at 1)7
l-urtj street. '" Jm
A Successful I Ioue I A Successful 1 louse t A ulk-
tug Instanca of success In a Retail Dry Cootls way Is
afiorded b the Leading Milinery House Charles J,
Hihelt cornel1 Fort and Hotel Urrets. The IWfetetor
Mr, KLthcI has aujulied 1m ail 1 holding cuaoou Any
Dry Uouds House can, by freely advertising, draw cus
tomers, once or ttc; but to hold them, asd enjoy the U
coofUctKc. call for the turciaectact and libcrauty.
Coodt must be marked do n and sold for hat Ikey
art; never miweprescnt any article. That Uthe policy
of UuiWs J. I ukld, and that policy Hm nude the nrw
one of ihe greatest in Ui une, ost the leading tnorvigh-
tot of Honolulu. The leading Mdilnery Store of
CnariciJ. tUchel. big llonoivlu what Micy', li lo
New York. CUitu J. rUhet makes a apecUUy of WU-
unery, The store U one of tbe sUbis of tbe city,
pOR PRIME CORNRD RRRF
inois or atxar,
THE HOTEL. STREET MARKKT
lata cu rMH4n a.
AKJM. HAVE CONSTANTLY
om nann Mx.a oiMiiriTln or
HAY AND GRAIN
Of all fcln.li, which wt rrTf lo purttittri at
Tilt: LOWKHT MARKET RATEH.
Our tiocV I renewed hy eaeh artlrlfrfml!ri4
Me nr- f'rr;irrrn llrlii.l llriititnfnlt khiiti
AT ANV MMC.
(JFNHtAt. AUrfm I OR
7ht I'tuiit Mutual I.li Imuranii Co, Cat.,
7hi Slatt liivtilmtnl Iniuniue Ct,,eCiil.,
The Hoot ir Trtfhent, the timlrit, tut an J
(hfitffll nenv in int.
No. Tort Btreml
f rtNOi.lMG A Co,
No 5 NUUANU Si, HONOLULU, II I
Stoves and Ranges
11n, G.ir and hheet Iron, Sheet 11 and tad
l'i(-, Ualvanted fmti fljand ftlllns, MrawGuod
all tlm, Artesian Well and Irrigating I'll, 'the us
ual 'tin and Iron ware, llalht, Closets, SinVt. Wash.
slan Is, Martla ami I namelcd (run, hi stock and for
Hate at rcaturiahte ratea.
Tnlaohonn No. it'll. ia-je
TNO. O. HOWLKR k. Co,
tlrr liremm! lo furntth 17'iria and Ktt-
Mtltra fur Sttrl
With or witlWit Can and lKomotlvet. SjtUlly
AIMl'IFI) K)K SUOAK I'LANIATIONS
I'ermann( kjulwajrt. arid Ixxrotnottvet ami taxi Trac
lion h njEines and Hood lxornoiive.. Steam
rlouzhinjt and Cultivating Machinery, Vort
able f ngin? fur all purf., Winding
I- nginesj for Incline,
Catalogue with illut4ral!orii. Model and I1iiioirratiJi
tvTthealttjvc I'Unta and Machinery may ! -tn at tlie
olTKe- of the tmdmigrxd. W, I- OKKFN and (. W.
vrt-rAKiArj-, lu , sEitior (no. rowierft U).
IIACKPBLD & Co,
OttUK ton. SAI.B
INVOICES OF NEir GOODS.
Just received per Kali and teUnt,
Comiktins In part of at follows:
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF DRY GOODS,
Denims, Brown and White Cottons, Drills, Tick
ings, Turkey Red, Merinos black and
colored, 4 qualities, Repps, Alpacas,
Cobourgs, Italian Cloth and
Black, Gros-g-riln, Fane, Colored and Striped.
Barege. Crepe, &c,
Men' l'urninhlnfi (looiln,
Shirts, Woolen, Mixed, Calico, Hickory, Denim,
etc.. Merino tLaa uotion uuderarjirta, wnite
Bosom Shirts, Socks ft Stockings, CIoesJ
Handkerchiefs, Poulards, a large in-
roice of CLOTHING consisting
of Fine Black Cloth Coats and
Cants, Buckskin Sacks,
Pants and Suits, Felt,
Boy's Shirts, and
Children's Jackets, I.
R. Coats At Leggings, Mon.
key and Sailor Jackets, Carpet
Slippers, Silk and I. C. Umbrellas
and Parasols, Fancy and Tra Yelling
Shawls, Cotton and Turkish Towels,
White and Fancy Quilts, Felt Rugs and Brus
sels Carpeting, Silk and Velvet Ribbons, Threads,
Jlltt II hit H,
White and Fancy Blankets,
Fancy Striped woolen, two sites.
Scarlet, Orange, White Woolen and 4 points.
Buttons for Shirts, Coats, Panti, Dresses,
Genuine Eau de Colocne. Lubin's Ex
tracts. Toilet boaps, liiikjccone. Hair
Oil, Combs, laauokingGlasssrs, .Pipes, 1,
K. Halls, Harmonicas,
(told Latal, Jew
ftolJ Leaf. Jewelry, Gold Watches,
Extension, Arm, Dining room and Parlor Chairs,
.Settees, Mirrors, etc,
Hadille; Culftkht; tlirtha, Stirrup trather,
Hemp & 1. R. ratlin, Coal UasLets.
CRATES OP ASSORTED CROCKERY,
Containing Plate, Cups. Teapots, Bowls, Chambers,
Kice Dtshes and lUiert, Dcmijohtu jsnttj
Gallons, Sample I tot ties. Vases and Glassware, Manila
and tarred Rope, Coal lbgs,. Gunnies, Twine,
11 ur laps, Woolpack and 1 willed backing. Linen Hose
SUGAR AND RICE BAGS,
of all sue and qualities.
Sardine. In half and quarter boats,
aali is jar., svasur uu in
r.Ak.. rsli iar..s. ssiH.
, li. Whit. Lead,
Steariu CaadlM. a. - and a.H. at P. Hlacult.
Hubbuck's Unseed Faint Oil, Whin Zinc Paint.
Dc Lure 6U knd BoutcllcAu Bratwy
and other brtuidtv. Rum, Gin, SL Puld
Beer, Ate mad Porter, Port Wise,
Sherry. Rhine Wise, Floe sd Table
CUretts, CheatpacBe, Dry Held-.
selck SfosvoBole, Ch Ftusre, C.
H. Mumm a Co., Sfaasrtiliear
Hock, MoeeUe, ac, ac,
Uermun anil Jlattiim Vigar,
lialcd ware-Spoons t"kt. Cruets, 1m
sets, Cups Mapasn Kins halms, c.
Pucket and Ihilcher Kalfts, nawortL Sheep Shaars,
NeWiea, Ispouus, 111, Spurs, (Ijfaaued Rasus,
Huuo Irua, ksee Kit, Haasascrv IL
alcial asm! Coiaposnson Nail, CLsnsW
IsatUu Mrial, bsi(ar Caul ,, Irun
Orslaes toa th. otkaa Islaads caresjr allesvieO lo.
aV. aVMaVksU e V.
AXM. WENHEIt & Co.,
9 lunr alrr, ttinntur, I ,
Have r-ntt't at th rstl slan.1 wtrh rsw
anil (artfully Minted toxk tA
And Ctocki.U kinds,
Gold Quint and Guard,
SIccyc Buttons, Sludt, Ac.
!Hm wit da? wl trrtt tttmtr wif MnrV U
Iff.Klt. HrivKrWa, !sLf.. larrtfto He ,
iiw to mil IH mt btt
KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
M U it wilW
II frfMlffntf tjramh vtrmr lW4nM ttg.t m tn
tnt-ttf.i on. ! tl rfttriHitM to m .n
Of emy tlvsiirm ilmvt lo tlr VuikttUr lint
ln mM itt-rf.W. r.J H ""! ffn llbr
IllirvU YtUUtfontHlg h fitltklfc faX M4
ftvtJtt, wt otttfrt la hftf iffctt aw 1m t
lttm In lite ItJrJ tl tfttW in
It oUt'tn ft tut tmt 4 trimg
"Qutekttttlnnntt fitmtU Vrnfltif
li Mir trvAtv, and )!! lp IWi uxV titty ttiU (it
crtir line ut vmmt, ji jm
the Annual rnen tnf of il Mur VIyWt fitu- (Ui-u
Su-.' Company will he UW at l)ttfx.iA Cattle it
CV.I at a A H . r ibruary . l.
J 11 AIIUKrON,
21 VUry If SU
MOKTGAOKBS NOTfCU OF FOKR
U.OSUKh OP MUKUMdK. -Uy virtue of
a (fiwtrr of ul cwdamiI tn a tcrtttln nvxtKijce made
try anaia rw aiiuha tA I'unAJuu, Ul"tt. to
UO.S'd IJ.(JN(J ACatt Honolulu. daiM the uAh
'tlay of March, A. I), i!8i, r-nwdtd in the KfgUryof
Iem. in umi iiorKrfuiu, in in ft, on faget --jJ,
rvAKm U lierchy given iW the aaij tntntg,Mttr tnicrtd
tofjtrt,UUl morticac on lite liih day of Kfhruary,
A I). lU)( for condition ImAtn, and u( nh fore
iwviit win iVivimiM lite iTfnT iNtlrin lor laie
fuMiC auction. VO.N(;
I I.ONd 4 LU.
Honolulu, January 3$,
Austin VVhilnev, toumry
I I e line d wellti2 hou, No, 09 IleretanU streer, nesl
Simlttu i ur furtfier lanlcsiUrt altyly lu
.lu tur limber u
I1x.rs li (J.ll-ry, I art St
A llu.,V tjt Ihe Tailor T.Ue.
A ltk uf Interest to all Itejulcrt.
I.miiiemlr a Uogk of Ihe limes.
i J7i Ilairtittwt Tfiiiprtmrf Vtur Hunk,
Devuted lo llie Advocacy of total Abstinence
asd Social Kefurm.
I!d.le.l and comLalcd by l M, CaowLry, Ute of the
QuttHitanJ t'rtu, and Lecturer lo Ihe Grand !.odtfe.
I.O C I., bydney. -
71ie above named publication t now tn the printer
hands and will be ready for sale by January 1, iEIj.
Ilusines firms and others wishing ipace tor advertise
mciits would do well to send in their orders to the Sat
I auav Tans office early. lao-am
EW BEDFORD AND SAN FRANCISCO
6 Thread to C IntU.
Also, HEMP COKUACE of American and Kussian
MANILA HOLT KOPF,
SEIZING, MAKLIN, IIOUSI.IN,
All of which will be sold as low as offered by other
panics, ui quantities ucslrea.
I10LLES k CO.
M. OAT Jr., & Co.,
Honolulu, H. I ,
Would tale this method of informine the inhabitants of
Honolulu, and the other tsunds lhat
they lave opened a
Stationery and News Depot in the New
Hawaiian Gazette Block;, No. 25 Mer-
cnant street, wnere iney are prepared
Ink and Mucllaye,
In quarts, pints, half pints, and cones
Letter and Note Paper, Foolscap, Legal
Cap, Em-elopes, Papeteries, etc, etc
Ontrrm tnkrn forauy perlo.l(eal or nrira
Mi.er thut tnau 6e tlreirrd.
Prompt attention will !e (-Ivcn to the Mailing
of Taper to subscribers on any of the other
islands; alto, agents for Ihe
RED RUBBER STAMPS.
Orders for Red Rubber Stamp received and promptly
OLD KONA CO! FEE.
lor sale by Botle. ft
OWEN'S FRESH GARDEN SEEDS,
Flower and Vegtbl.,
jtr acciivao at
T. G. THRUM'S FORT STREET STORE
pMPLOYMENT BUREAU, Y.
Honolulu, II, I ,
m. a a.
AH IVreoM trrkitta K$Hptoymemt, mI nil
j'tirriee eirtr im hohmhiu
or at muY c the other IbLavnds in thai rrnun. In wint
of Employees, will p)cae male their waott tiwarn io
iii uuuvt-aViKiicua usi aui uu U4 ui i"ir power 19 nil
their ordera. B. P. Daiinf ham,
J. B. Atherton.
P. C Jones, jr..
Eropkjinewt Corammcc, . I il A.
A COMFORTABLE HOME I
Tbe undenlgDcd ha receaUy fitted up
In tlcgaua uU. (Tie lirje roomy Coltagt formtily U-
kmiK11 1 lo wnwi eMaie. on auiuau ureet,
beyond the CmrocrcUl llutel premiKiv,
fx the purpOM f conducting
A trnpetrior Itnjmu Horn.
The name ot thU tkAaant retreAt ts tbet WII1TK
IIUU3U It caruwi Le Mirpaeo m tte kinsOaw tjr
cotaisjri ad uaa)inei.
T11K GROUNDS ARC SPACIOUS
aad unumeoioj Uhhade tite.
Wrtont of resectabtlar may al ) le aure of a cheer
fid home there. A uuiOaf room U wt aisui fu the con
ventence of rueuw A .tW MORb KOOMb ARi.
VACANTf Term alwayt oudefatc.
MRS. J, T, WIIITI bopmlur.
JiTMaoy of out rcalert dlicaiembci' Mr. While
u proprietor ce tae kiu(ui; noute on r on ureet. aa
kHaintf the thon Stalirt. tkh a tuch a Kotm
turtabte homt wndtt her nijueiDent, 1 1 ym
cocvtalnsna' 11 .Dacla at lsa.aa and Iilh ,uk
Pan set rucuaustnie .5 U the aslsr and rarer sprcx
ai ea-iai arts ,lh casrs. saruer irorn suswl aauu stv
elude pusLage, l yt and J Cut respa.listly e set.
Cash. asroswi.wr alt orderan be sn U 3. csir.
rrocy. locatl all HOa. a THKUMa lurtsuxi
pOk SALE I
TV.O SECOND-HAND LXrKL&SLS, ONE
SEATEll UASKET CUT-U.NIjIK. ONE
B.ACH WARON, ONt SINOIE
IIRAV. HOKbK AND
.Ul ike abuse are In good order, nearly as (voj as nesr
is a WEST,
'LAGS I FLAGS 1 1
UM.xaltiut, AUKKrCAN aad HAWAIIAN,
Vm sash M T 0. TtUUM'S rarttrost Skat.
lianas and CurHna-.
tirilrr of .. (J. OI.AHV., Km,
si II o'll-xV, a. M., l wlewima,
Itf ViUntt hit tstro f'nfe'vrt
VA L UA II Ui JiOOKH,
On Rtntan, ltW and Tnml )
AMI AT IJ II'VIIHIK, .suny,
lh well Iflwwn Maret,
ii ims in' mitt 'jVI'j'tij:;
U -H Inerwn saddU A, '.V.I.V.I ft,'
v. .Mr: 1
iu 1 1 vt; kh,
K. V. ADAMS, AiKtioneer
A DMIHIBTRATOKS SALE,
Ily order c ihe AdfnlnlirraLor of llie
ESTATE Or JOHN MORGAN,
dVceaseJ, tU ruvltrslfned will sell at PnUss Auction,
On Snlttrttny, J'rh. tU,lHH,
al if o'clock noon, at aatevoots,
thai certain W'owlen House, alwut tj Ly fett con
laining four rorjfns,
MM I.V llirtl.T nnd XKVKIt OVCVI'IKIt
and saualed 00 the land of KeahUloha
On Ktitu Htrrrt, nmr Ihr rriljrnr of.1u.1gm
Must be removed br purchaser wirhtn ijdarsaflerule
For furllter psrtlcuUrs apply lo W.
Kq , AdminuaraTor, or
V- V ADAMS. Auctioneer
At llie residence of His. J P. Cooke, comer of Ke
and AUpal streer.
On Friday, February tb, at 10 o'clock A. M
Tilt I'ARLOR, HEDROOM,
DINING ROOM an.)
In (sirt as follow:
HairCloth Parlor Self; psecesX MuUe.Top TaUcs,
two small fancy Tables. Chandelier,
Japanese CaUoet, Whatnot,
One Square Pianoforte,
IHiere. Rocking Chaut, Secretary and llook Case,
laWea, liraclets. Vases TaUelutb, Rint;,
Curtains, Katension Walnut Dintne.
Table, Walnut Sideboard,
Two Walnut Basdroosn Seta,
Walnut Pueaus, Hair and Srln; Matrresse, Koa
..,iiic lawc. rsa nasnstanu, sine
liedsteads and Bureaus,
One White China Dinner and Teas Set,
Cut Class CoUets, Tumblers, Custard Glasses, Kures,
etc., nanKlnx Lamps, Hand Lamps, Ice Uiett,
!tep-Lduer, Itath Tub, cran-
dah Chairs, Doge
a P. ADAMS,
IN WAIALUA, OAHU.
On Saturday, February JOth,
At ir o'clock noon, at my salesroom in Honolulu,
Wul be told tbe premise In WAIALUA, Oahu, for rhe
last slateen year occupied by tbe Waialua I esnale
Seminary, containing an
Area of 24 5S-10O Acne,
WilhlheliUILDINCS thereon. Till perfect.
For further panicuUrs,apply to E. O. HALL, ESQ ,
Or U V.AUMS,AoWer
I hase recclred inuructSout froos
J. C. GLADE, Esq.,
to v8t at Jublc Auakro, oti
WEDNESDAY, rEBBUAXY tUtk.
al la a. at,
Al his residencs on Judd ureet, all lU saluaUe
I'artKuUrt In later adrenursneM.
nECULAR CASH SALE
ThurmUvj, Feb. Int.,
AT 10 A. M., AT MltlSWI,
... AD. ,
"i E. , ADAMS, Arii.saf.
AV QLNU1NE UST-AsrassUe
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Oa4 esusU saaeusasiet srajMlMafcMasv. Aale
VOU WANT A GOOD CLOCK,
U " ITeasI wetss iTastasss,
If Vou Waal Clock ot Wat Ksi.8si Iasim
W. TUHNER'JI ...K I. Ha, ;