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SA URDAY, MARCH j i
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ype will not be admitted Into our column)
neither will advertisement lie admitted Into "re ad.
nn" column, al any pilfe These rules will be
rightly adhered la
Holler ol any events of Intern! transpiring on
th' other Islands sell! always lie thankfully received
for publication. Correspondent are requested to
Appen I their true names to All communications,
not for publication necessarily, tint At A guarantee
IhAt the writer Is acting In Rood faith.
A inllllnn It I clnn clrrnliltil fur lniluir4
for the rxlcmli nf Wililcr Attune, icrnsi
Wnlklkl street, tn Cnllei;c Acnuc
'I lie two sftiry rnnl Iniilillni; tcciiiitil liy
llufT'.ililirurr A ( (i for miriy )cnr imsl It
now licing turn ilimn tn nnlic riHim for the
new ( niiiiliell Murk.
The rri.;tilir innnllil) mielliiunf the Mission
ary (ilriiitrs, will lie IkM llii Sihirih), Miy
pi, nt 2130 I'. M. nt the I'nrt slncl Church
The nllcrilion nf mir rcitler It nlleil to the
nolici of the New Inc,l mil Mutuil I.lle Int.
( (i in inntlicr niliiinii, nt retintlii; spctiil
rhinit fm uililic ctinfiilcnce".
On the niiiinlni; icfcircil In In the mlltc let
tcr iiIhhiI the fltlii)! of timtkit liillt nt the
iinrinlliic liousc, two shot litre firtil, mi iic
lire lnfoMiic.il, from Ihe J. I). Spireies.
While Vtcnrc nlncil nt the until of " liw
nml nnlcr" shown hy t lie floo! of roiiiiniiiiicn
tlont from M1111I In the Gatelle llils sstck, wc
nrc ptcntcil nt tlnir IkiM tlcntiiiclitions of the
million of tlieir lioulilen.
Mr, I'lime-iux Ins luen iltvollni; hit ntlt.ii
lion nf Inlc to Cnroiinlloii Hints, hit Inst Iwint;
n (minting of the Hula of Snlunh) night list,
iimUr the lint in front oftlie I'.nhce. Ihe
"'tier saj it "it gists n imknI ukn of the
seme," ll's stiff might to know.
Wu notice liylhe A Jvtiltstr nt Ihe 281I111I1.,
tint Mr. J. II. Illnck ngiin joint Ihnt cslili
lislumnt, sucetciling Mr. McAfee ns forcmnn.
We hi. g to cornet the ''listi In its nstirllon
thnl Mr. Illnck wnsnttocintcil with it in former
).nrt iimlir Mr. II. M. Wlntnij. 'I hey wuc
ncitr in any i) conncctnl.
Mr, .nml Mrs. I.ocviciilnirg uerctliclns.iiit
victims ofn Mirprisc nrty on the evening nf
the 2MI1 ill)., ninny friuiils gathering to Icmtir
their well wishes for a plcnsant return vo)igc
tu r.ntheilnnil, which they will tnke next
slenmer. The 5wech linking anil fertilities
conllnueil till n lite or rather nn enrly hour.
We are plcnseil to welcome to our shores h)
the lut stenmcr, Mr. J. . Snpcrs, represent
lii; the commission ami proitucc house of C.
I', Whitney A Co of Snn I rnncisco, who sisits
the ishiuls with "nn c)e to the main chnncc,"
.mil we iloulil not our ilenlers will take ailvnnt
age of hit presence to strengthen tlieir interests.
Dr. Chat. W. Newell of lloston, author of
"Kahni of Onhu" which hml a Inrge snleat
the Sandwich 1st mils Ins ln.cn ninile Knight
Compniiion of the Uo)al Order of Kapiolnni,
anil hns receimt the jewel oftlie order from
King Kalnknun, one oftlie lirst honors oftlie
kinil tier receiieil liy an Aincricnu, Harper's
following it the ptognnune for the liinil
concert at I'liim 1 Sipinre tint afliiiioiin, com
mencing at .(.jo 1'. M, :
March Ilefilir ScsihVo
Ovulurn- JiianorArc erill
Wntli My HicniL , . . C.nisncr
Sltiun llclisano llontzclli
jillr r luwer bhow . Cixile
PolLaArliil . Cuote
The limit will give nn exlri concert on
Month) evening, March 5, "nt Dunn Squirt.
1 nun W. II, Ltntz nt the Volcano House,
Kilnuen, we lenrn thnl there Is great activity in
lioth hkts with flowing hvn in fifty places on
the floor of lhe enter. I'rof. Hitchcock with
Mr. l'errininn, accompanied with the guide
Aliuii that pilnlVil Capt. Diitton, left on the
12 ult., for the source oftlie How of 1SS1 and
the summit enter of Mokuaueowco, hut it hns
lieen very stormy ever since, witli thunder,
lightning and torrents of rnin, anil tlieir inves
tigations are consetpientl) licing untie under
great discomfiture and ilisatlvnntnge.
When an officer of government hns heen in
offiee for llurt)-twti )cnrs, as Marslnl I'arkc is
proud to Imnst, it would lie very nnturnl tn
supHr,e dim acquainted with the ordinnryhns
govirning the service of hold criiuinnl and
civil process. At least, he should have learned
li) this time tint however Inrge his imigincd
inlliiiucc in rrguhtingand controlling the Uni
verse, he is not tpiite omniiotent ; and that
there is no article of Hie Constitution, or section
of the Invv, which instiaralily connects the
mine of W. C, I'arkc with the Marshnlship of
this kingdom, or exempt him from the particu
lar consequences of tlieir violation.
Mr. II. M. Wltitnc) aim til in town by the
simmer nviAin', on Tucsthy Inst, ami hns
atrtntl) laxii Instated in office ns Postmaster
(icntrul. It h Ids intention shortly to Invtitl
gate, either in H.rson or hy competent prtu),
the winking of Ihe&cvtral postoflicti) on the
diflerent i.land. Woik in this diuclion Ins
for a long time Ken much needed, anil we
hope sdorll) tu In.' nlile lo record tdccstalilitd
mint of some system and elficienc) as regards
the mill service In the outl)ing districts. Mr,
Winnie) '$ known nliilit) and his txiwiienct- In
(Histal matters Is a sufficltnl guamnlcv Idil Ihe
work lie is aluut to undeitake will be will und
77tf VUltUC OF T1IK HA
The folio vi ing explanation and mcnioran
1I11111 of cxpnidiliiris b) the Cnionation Com
nilttto dns Kxii linntletl us for publication. In
iiwof what das lut 11 utttred by the I'remter't
organ in rtgard to these expenditures, it U sug
Much lias Kill said, ami is vet to be said,
touching the rcsponsibilitv of the Coronation
Comiiiittiu of the i'livy Council, ami, aware
oftdc uuciitaint) of liunun life, I wish to vin-ilk-ate.-
mv-si'lf while 1 mi).
The following is the programme of (inform
anccs, etc., presented lo Ihe conimiltee b) His
Mavsty ns a guides
Cutl of Shot , .
" li.ui Kuiiii;
41 HulM KlU.llli.
. , 1,611
.. .. fc
om .. iy
... . Oo
. . lua
II uiiurt 6,84
, . IO,UUO
" KciKwuflhtt IUmaIUii Soic
' Military ,
" Su( KUMt .
u Slwr lkl VVat llaiKinii'.
' 40 AhuuUs (feather eAicO
" I utvitainnicnts lur IrmiiEl
" Cnwb . .
Tdc Itinis marked wild an astuisk have,
jircsuninlly not been expended, as the exhibi
tions named have not taken plan. Very
truly, Jos, U. Kawainui.
Honolulu, Feb. 27, l&j.
Some fine stock were lmmrleil hy the lirigm
line Selmit an-1 thclinrkrntinc Pi ,mery, which
s.cs.cl arrlvcil timing the enrly mit of tint
week. Among idem were n lot of line mules,
nml alto ncvirnl fine cows.
Tdc Molihi will lake fifty morcunfnitimntes
to Knhwvi this timing, Ihe Ikwnl ts
aminiil n numlicr nt the MnspiHl on the 1st
Inst, ntnl pattcil upon seventy two Iota M.11I
over. I lorn Molnkni l)r I ittn will cnnsimr
tn I.nlnlni ami I'Hik Into tdc conihtlon of
I11 is on Mini.
A fine Iron ntenmer It lieing liuilt nt I'lnln
iltlphin for J no. I). Sprrckrlt tV llro , which
It Intcnilcil for our Inttr islntul Irnilc. I It r
illniintiont nrr-Itnglli, 195 fist, tint wlilth
of liciiiu, rj fitt. She It gunrnntit-il In steam
12 knots 1 ami It tn hue first chts nssingir
actoiiimnilnttons, wilh Mpnrnlr tlateroomt
Siinilny morning nt I oit strut ( liurcli seven
liersotis aie In lip nreitcil In churrli iihiiiIk r
ship, ami the onllnnnces of nilult nml infnnl
Inptltm nml the Mini's Supper will lie nil
minitltml Id the tvtnlng Mr. I'riim's
theme iiill In. "'I he Home with I hililreii in
It," the thlnl of the present series of sermons
on "The Home."
A COKONAIION HACKS.
After severnl KislHinemtnt, lln coroiinlion
rnces mine olf on Monday nflirnoon Inst,
Due o'clock P. si. wns the hour stt nt which
the first rncc on the progrninme wns tn stmt.
I he tnmil present wns smnll, but compnrn
lively select, then being none of the rough
element t lit re whith it nlmost n ctrtalnty in
hrgtr gnlhtrings. Hit Mnjesty, accompanied
by the Minister of I innncc, nrrived nt about
half past I o'clock. There were almut ten or
twelve (icrsons in the King's "slmul " and
nliou! two or three times tint number in the
grand stand. A neat little tint placed along
side of the grand Maml, was also occupied b) a
select few, mostly lubes. On the outside
were, perhaps, n crowd of fifty or sixty persons.
The judges were Mr. J. II. Ilrown and Mr. C.
li. Williams; Mr. I". I.. Clnrk ncltd as time
keeper, Mr. James llojd ns clerk of course,
ami Mr. J. II. Illnck nt distnnce judge.
At the Inp of the bill iviry one wnt inquiring
for programmes, bill linry a progrninme wns
thtrt, mid the pitforinnuccs wire about our
whin thty arrived.
The first rncc cnllttl wns a trotting mnlcd, lo
hnrness, between the b. s. Teaser mid b. g
A'aiem, mile bents, best two in three. Teaser
wns drum b) Mnsltr Julian Monsnirntt and
A'aiehu by Mr. Charles I.ucns. The merits of
the horses not luing gtntrnll) known, 110 vtry
Inrge lulling ensued, and the choice of horses
was, in several instances, decided by reftrence
lo "head or till," not of dorses, but of the
bird. The tlntk horse luini; csin-cinlly a
stranger on the field, curiosity ran high to wit
ness Ihe display he might make. 'I he sorrel
was known lo several as a three minute horse,
and it wns tlnrkly hinted tint Ihe thrk horse
was no "slouch," mid probnbl) might "lei
some one 111." The ixcitimcnt wns growing
whin "go" was gum; but the bell called the
the horses back for a fnlse start. It bigmi to
lie vlusicreil before the second "go" tint the
dnrk horse was "slow but sun"; others again
suggested thai he wns "sure lo lie lift."
However, while opinions were-Incoming more
freel) exprcssttl, a good slow-bill sure start wns
untie., nml the sorrel soon showed the lsny his
tail. This the hi) nsintetl by breaking on a
gallop anil attempting to rundown Initli sides
of the fence for being brought down again lo
his gait. Hut the sorrel waitetl and the' In)
enmc iii, anil things seemed prett) tvtnly di
vided until tde thslnnce-iole was reached,
when the sorrel agnln forgttl ahead and came
in winner of the first heat in 4A). After
the usual tunc allowed for rubbing down nml
cooling off, the horses was on the secontl heat,
A'aiem leading from the start. As they went
around tdc track, the opening Mucin the
horses griw rnpully more and more visible,
and the spectators liegnn to rtnhre that "all
was up" wild tdc bay; and )ou couldn't make
tliim Inline-, cither, that the horse dad lieen
luld up to git a larger stnke. The lime of this
htat was 3-35J4 b) Ihe first horse, and aliout
5,minutts b) the second.
The secontl race was a running race of mile
heats, best-two in lime, and the horses en
tired, fiiutiiian Chief and V'umi JAr, the
formir by Mr. John Unity and the lattir b)
Mr. Chillis Lucas. The hrst mined was rid
den by its owner, weighing not far from 140
pounds, and the last by n lmy of about go
IMiunds weight. Vroin the stall, it was ividcnt
that 1'iini Moi had things nil his own way, and
notwithstanding he was held hard all the way
around the track, he came in an easy winner
by ntnrly a distance. Time, 2i. In tin
sicond deal lie wns again an tasy winner
The third, or hack rncc, wns a contest be
tween several untrained dorses ridden by their
owntrs mile tlnsh. Tdis wns won In. a dorse
ridden by Captain IMwards of II. II. M. S.
Mutme, in 2:474.
The fourth was a racelntwcen another lot of
"hacks," or "plugs," one mile tlasd, and was
won in 2:11 by Raphael Duchnlski.
The hltd was a one mile race lutwicn Mr,
Markhnm's gray mnre Treaty and Mr. Lucas'
gelding 'i; Jii, which lattir had ran in the
secontl race. Un this race considerable
money changed hinds. Prior lo the start
7) niy was the favorite, and otitis on lur be
came a drug; but it was soon evident tint
lmi Mai had easy work before dim, and lie
won b) more than a distance, in 1:58.
The sixth and last race, a half mile dash,
was run b) several "plugs." In tdc first at
tempt a dead dial was dtclareU by tde judges
Ktwiin Mr, Haley and Captain IMwards.
Tune, 1:13. Tdc second tlasd was again de
clared a dead deal. Time, 1117. The final
contest was larily won by Mr, Hale), in 1.7.
Thus intlcd the coronation programme, and
a fit ending it was of this craiy farce which has
lieen disturbing the quiet of the community for
the last three weeks.
77.E CORONATION LUAU
Took place at the (ulace on Situiday last.
There was a large assemblage present of in
vited ami uninvited guests, or guists who wire
Invited by carJ and sued as lad Ixui invited
by iAr, Four long ladles wire arranged
under the large circus lent that hail ln-cn put
up for the coronation ball. These wire tastily
airangcd ami decorated, ami laden with an
amount ami variety of eatables which has lieen
rnrily surpassed at any feasl which dvs oc
curred hcie in many ) ears past. Time were
dUdes of almost iviry vaiiityof food known
to tde I lawaiiau epicure, as also an ample pro
vision for such as pnfuicd foreign food and
foreign cooking, cvm to ihe (lies ami cakes,
ami delicate llaiuh mange. Tdc tablet w ere
crowded with guests from half past 12 o'clock
until late bride afternoon, ami at tde close of
tdc feast thtre still remained a plentiful suppl).
What the cxlct, or even approximate, numlicr
of ihe crowd was we offer no estimate; suffice
it lo say, that the assembly of natives was very
large, and many foreigners aUi honored the
occasion. The luaii was followed liy
At about 6 o'clock tn the evening the gales
of Ihe (valace, on Richard and King streets,
wire thrown open to admit such as were In
clined to enter and see the sights, arid before 8
o clock n tlcnsc llirong of proplr hail as
cmblctl, mostly natives, of course, 1ml Mill no
an Inconsiderable numlicr of foreigners nf vnri
out nntionititles were alvi present. A large
number of I hincsc hid come early lo witness
the (icrforinincc, proljabl) with an Idea of se
curing "front seats," Imt it tlid not like them
long In understand thai the firtdcr amy Idey
were from the motley crowd within the mlicc
gates Ihr- safer they would lie, and only a few
of the lirnvir kind rimnined ludlml to buffet
tin Ir wiy through the northing crowd tngrnlily
tlieir rurinslly In witness the libidinous nr
fiiiuiintfs U lug cnicleil In the e t tilt r nf Ihe
rantns lent. About 8 o clock the effects of
gin and islilily, which hnd Ixen free!) ills
Iriliiittil through tin rrowil, win beioming
npririnl, ns iiidnienl b) tin disorderly con-
lurl of nnny of the mllits promt, and es-
pinill) so mining the soldiers, Imtnl l)n.lni
illnrs who (til llitmstlvcs spccinlly pnilbgnl
almut the mlnce grounds, A drunken
crowd In llic pnhec yard, iihiii an
occasion tif this sort, prnvtil In lie nti
txciplion to drunken crowds anywhere
tlse uKin orensions of a like chnrncltr, anil it
it no wontlir Hint Ihe proiMnsity to fight
should hate bein Inrgily txhlbilttl. As If In
stmt Ihe "lull rolling," a unlive caplnin of
kiIicc (who I111I brought his Mpnd forward
more with mi i)e In hit own exhibition than
Ihe observance of his duty In Ihe prcsirvalion
of ience) bliw his shrill whistle nt a slgnnl for
lliiin to fnll Inlti line in front of the pnlnci.
rhit pruveil to bo n slgnnl, not only lo his own
in i , but to the crowd In gcnirnl, and .1 uni-
vtrsal stmnpctlc insiictl. Suppostni; lint the
signnl glvtii wns inthentive of n row, and
nmsl, is cry mnn rushed In ste fnlr piny wilh
his imssililc friend, and hml it not bcin
for the prompt and cnirgitic inlcrfirtncc of
offictrs Mcrhlrns ami I'lhlbir a gcnirnl and
serious iiiele might hnvc tnsuitl as a result of
vi ill advised an action. The crowd, or rnllitr
the Inrge drunken irtltin of the crowd, once
thus excited, their tlisimsitlon to fight could
only be nppcasid by itululgincc In frequent,
but more limited spasmodic exhibitions, and
numerous smaller rows, Incline the "order,
(The '. C. A. utters 1 dchbcrilc fnlsthootl in
saying there was not a drunken native lo be
seen in the pnlacc grounds on Ihe night of Ihe
huh, or thnl the gnlhcring wns quid and
tinlerl)). Hut the most disgrnccful put to
reconl it the f let thnl nlmost every ru.v thnl
occurred wns stmtid by drunken soldiers and
pnhccservints. Several of Idesc were promptly
arreslttl by Sentinel linker nnd sent to llie
giiardlioiise. Tdc ill liloml of Idest "ami)'
men wns ispicinll) manifested lownrds tin
whiles and half cnslis pristnt. One of tin
litter, a clerk in one of our most prominent
business houses, wluli standing in tdc ).nrd
wild n friend, rimaiketl that lie saw no use in
sla)ing tdere as lliere wns no fun to be seen,
wdeii n tipsy soldier immediately stepped up,
and volunlttring to supply llie "fun," muni
dintely stripped off Ins cont ami put himself
' in altitude." 1 lie cluk, howivir, "bislid"
dls vcr) ncconimtMhting antagonist nnd carried
off his soldier cont as a trophy of the victor).
This is but one instance of the disordirly con
duct wdicd wns so common among tdc soldiers
on tdc night of the hiilns. In fact, there, was
so much disorder on tdc occasion tint the
liuhs themselves becnmi but an insignificant
parlor the performances. 1 hese were of their
usiinl "character, but perhaps a little more
racy than usual; at Imst it would have been
next to impossible to hnvc gotten up an exhi
bition more thoroughly libidinous and inde
cent in chnrncltr. To offtr any description of
the hulls which took place would be mi insult
lo any dcitnt comiuunil), and, therefore, we
AKT IN HONOLULU.
It will probably be some time lieforc Hono
lulu becomes nn ait center, but if her ojqiortii
nities for the tlivclopniint of taste in art con
tinue to inennse as tiny have of Inlc sdc ma)
will congratulate herself. Ilir showing at
priscnt is ixtrcmily creditable antl vastly
superior to tint of most towns of der sire.
Tde hlcst addition to our art circle Mr.
anil Mrs. J. I). Strong, Jr. at unci widins tde
tnngcof subjects Ircitcd, and gives vnrict) to
the meldods of art emplo)cd. Mr. Strong, wdo
was for several years an art student in Munich,
and who since his graduation dns lind consid
erable experience in several branches of nit,
has now on exhibition in tdc reception room
at Williams' photograph gallery on Tort street
a collection of pictures ami studies which
proves him lo be remarkably virsalilc in the
handling of his brush.
Then is a htad of a German peasant bo),
an admirable example of the modern German
school; a portrait of Mr. Trcd. Somers, the
founder and, until recmtly the editor of the
Snn l'rnnciscti Argonaut, is remnrkablc for
breadth of treatment. Hold of these studies
show a masterly method, and arc strikingly
Uild in treatment. In fact, Mr. Strong shows
the advantage of Kuropian training, antl a
study of the old mastirs as will ns the modern
tuns in that confidence in his application
colors which can only come of a full knowledge
of values and h irmony.
The sketch of a young man in a yachting
costume is another evidence of tde artist's
originality in meldods. A good ixamplc of
technique h tde portrait of Mr. U1h.ii l'l)inp
ton, tdc )oung actor wlw ph)cd Romeo to
tdc lamented Nulsoii's Juliet for several sea
sons in America, and wdo lately supiwrted
IMwin booth in London. The lortrait of
Mrs. Strong, wild lur Knghsh pug, an auda
cious but harmonious "arrangement in color,"
won numerous prir.es at art ixposttions in
California., There it a portrait of a child, a
charming dead in a cloud, vtry delicately
treated, and time are older lieids more or
less state!), wdicd show Mr. Strong's versa
tility and skill.
A brilliant and effective picture is Ide W
kikl bcacd scene, "Sighting a Scdool of 1'ish."
It is a vigorous bit of color, full of life and
light, ami is by all odds llie most chnractiiistic
as will as ide most striking and original local
production wdlch he has )tt exhibited in the
Thtre is an admirable small slu'ily of a Jirscy
bull, and giee-11 and gold studies of meadow
anil glen, which arc warm, juicy anil exquisite
in filling. The numerous plaques are ix.
amplcs of symphcity of sl)le, a very happy
effect licing gained by the aid of two or three
lints. Other subjects upon the walls are treated
in an off hand manner, and the studies in black
and while, showing the method cinplojcd by
Mr, Sluing in hi illustrations of llar(i't
Monthly, tic. These are most dktly to appeal
tn the cultivated i)c, for to sued an one any.
tiling more tdan a suggcstio.i U almost an
affront) but lie will lie haul tu please who
docs not find something pleasurable in Mr.
Stronu's work now on exhibition.
Mrs. Strong, who studied in J'ans and Ant
werp, is represented by (lie dead of a I lawalian
girl, In wdicd the rich complexion, the sensu
ous expression and the highly picturesque clc
mints of the Hawaiian are successfullytreatetl.
Some small walir colors from the brusftof the
same clever lady prove tier to be possessed of
that hlghly'dcsirable, miitc imbscribablc and
utterly Inimitable faculty in Ide artist known
Without wishing lo reiterate the platitude
1 the profession rf-'W lo congratulate Hono
lulu upon Ihe acquisition of so choice an
aitistic and social element is Is embodied in
Ihcsc two )oung anj artistic artists.
77? NATIR Ptr.SS.
HAWAIIAV III up moon.
Hawaii lias a royal line, reaching back to
antiquity, the descendants of which still live.
A ftw persons still survlic among nt who are
undoubtedly of high rdtcfly tnnk (Kiilc-inn alii),
hiving n complete line of the highest chlclly
blood, rciclitng fir Imck Into antiquity. Ccr
lain persons In the runt districts are sljling
themselves chiefs, rightly wrlnps they Hunk,
Invlng tain mi Informed by their ancestors,
and some of them merely presumptuously.
The following rrprrscnts Ihe illffcrinl orders
or grides of Ihe ahis, nrnngetl according tn
the rink of Ihcir ancient ancestry 1
llmik 1. An Ahl Nhuplo, lldc Ninupio
was the offspring of an hiili chief by lilt own
Kink 2 -An Alii llo, I llic offspring of a
high cdlif by his niece, also of high rmik.
Rank 3. An Aln Nairn. I'lhc offspring of
ft digd rank ahl, or Alii Kipu, by his own
Hank 1.- An Ahl Wohl. fl he offspring of
iilhcr or any two of the first time ranks, of
diffirint stocks or lines. iam.)
Hank 5. T-o Alii.
Rmk 0. Alii l'fli-i.
Rank 7.--bikci .Mil.
Rmk K. L-Miili Alll.
Kink 9 Knuknii Alii.
Kink 10 Alll Ktikaiioiolii.
After tdesc come llic commoners, and linn
the (landless) sirfs "jioe lcm." It It very
important fur the national this time to consider
the line- rmk of its alllt.
It Is impossible for any one tn assume any of
the nlKive rinks if thty do not prtqurly biding
lo him, and any one proposing to do sued a
thing should be warned.
And lit no living person imagine llnl lo
calise the old chiefly anceslors arc dead, and
Ihosc who kept tdc gcncilogiis hue pissed
liny, tint therefore he cm meddle with the
foundation nnd mike hlmsilf rink as a high
chief. To atlempt such n thing would be
sdmneless effrontery. Yil lliere ire lliosc wdo
in slnniclessl) striving to do this very tiling,
and tluir unbecoming audacity must be con
tlimiiitt. IIFCVKIIINC. nir KArus
Tderc are Iwn classes of llie Kapiij: I irsl,
llie Kipu belonging to an Akin Alii ; second,
the Kipu Akin. Then- arc four ranks who
possess the .illiilnilcsj or sacred ness of Ihe Kipu
Akin Aln :
I irst The Nhupio. lie Ins the right lo
cmisc every one to prostrate himself in lilt
presence When a chief (nln) of tliit rnnk np
(ears, a hernld cnlls out "Tabu; lie down,"
(.' kaput moe t) antl when any one hems ibis
he muit prostrnle himself, even though lie be
n digh chief. Any one who rimmns standing,
and does not prostrate himself, is put to death.
No infringement of this rule is tolerated; any
one who fills tn observe this kapu is put lo
Second The Alii I'm. The chiefs of this
rink are tinned Akin, sacred. Akin does
not, In this sense, mean God or Godlike.
Trans. These are regarded as very sa
cred (oi loa ie lapu); the) converse with peo
ple onl) by night.
1 hird-Thc Wohl. The Alii Wolii is rcr-
milled to n main standing in Ihe prcsincc of
the Nimpio. All other chiefs must prostrate
themselves in the presence of Ihe Nimpio. but
Ihe Wolu does not prostrate himself; he comes
mid goes as he pleases. This exemption ap
plies also lo the Alii I'm, Aln Nidi and to llic
I.o Aln. These need not prostrate themselves.
They all rank as Abi Kapn. 7vrj.
Lihtiliho(Kamclininchnll), for instance, was
a Niaupio, -mil when the. herald called out
"Kapu, op let all fnll prostrate tden all
prostrated themselves, but Kekunoknlani, a
Wolii chief, 1I11I not he down.
This sacred attribute (Kapu) of Liholido de
scended lo liis brother, Kauikeaouli. Lihobho
indented his (Kipu) sacred attribute from Kio
puolani, who inherited his in turn from Ki
walao. The Wolu attribute of Kekunoknlani wis
inherited from his father, Kahninuimalokuloku,
and his sacred attributes hnvc descended to his
offspring Iwrn of liis otder chiefly wives, and
thus it Ins coinc tlown lo the grandchildren or
great grnndchildrtn of his blood now living.
In ordtr Ihnt these sacred attributes (Kapu)
should be continued in the line, it wis nccis
sary tint both pnrcnts should lie of the highest
blue blood (Nnupio) Hut if Niaupio, a l'io,
a Naha, or a Wohl chief united with a lower
chiif, a commoner or 1 serf, then these sacred
attributes (Kapu) wire not transmitted to llie
offspring of such a union, and such offspring
could not assume these sacred attributes tela
man lapu). Nor coultl any one else confer
these sacritl attributes upon those to wliom
they did not belong.
Ihe sacred attributes (Kapu) of the chiefs
were heritages diritid from their parents, and
parents transmitted tdese atlnbutis to tdat of
tlieir children whom they saw fit to the one
the) loved and was a special favorite.
Keawcnui gave his sacred attribute, which
retpiired people to fnll prostrate before him
kapu moe), to his first born, Knlanuiamnmio ;
antl his Wolii attribute (A'r ll'ohi) he gave
to Keeaumoku, his son by Kalamkaiililiialwi
Some chiefs possessed many sacred attributes
(Kapu), according to the vanity inherited by
tin in fiiini their parents and anceslors.
The sacred attributes (Kapu) of the old
chiefs of Hawaii nei that hnvc been main-
laineti in tlieir purity nave liy no means
unshed, and their descendants now living
hive a right to lay claim to tliini. Hut the
descendants of those digd chiefs (Ahl Nui)
who have formed unions wild those of a lower
rank than tliimsehcs, and their offspring with
those still lower in rank, antl so on tlown until
Ihey have intermarried wilh commoners, can
by no means claim for themselves these sacred
attributes (Kapu). And )it they arc assuming
Idese dignities, whilst tdcy utterly lack the
flavor antl awcsominess of cdielly rank, and to
all appearances arc of common blood.
Thus it is unlncoming lo impute Ihcsc litlcs
to those who have no right to them. For a
clique of Individuals to seek, to make sacred,
to ascribe to or confer these sacred dignities
uiKin one who has no title to them, U a fraud,
.1 theft, anil such an attempt will confer no at
hibutt ef saereJness, no Uiea.1 personal in.
violaiitily upon those who do not rightfully
inherit idem from rimote antiquity (mat ka
At another time we shall bring forward the
name, or mines, ptihaps, from among Hawaii's
chiefs (ahl) now living, ol those who are en
titled to these sacred attributes (kapu).
TllK TniKS oi Tlir cilltKs.
These titles conferred by Ihe chiefs, by the
jiotts and by guardians (kahu), are of value to
those of chlclly blood who licar Idem. They
cannot, by any means, lie appropriated by an
other, nor can tin) lie trinsliriol lo any one
ny presumptuous persons.
If ihcsc titles liave not been accredited lo
Ide chiefs now living, to whom ihey rightfully
belong, then this should be done, as it li right
that ihey should enter into the iossesslon of
tlieir own property.
Each and every chief (alii), as well as every
Independent ruler (Aimoku) has his own di
tinet title (inoa okoa). No Independent chief
(Aimoku) can arrogate to himself Ihe title of
another .chief, save only as he inherits it (hooi
Those who lay holt) nf llic anccslrnl melei
of Ihe old chiefs antl apply them to olhcrt arc
guilty nf fraud and theft. If there arc mete 1
appropriated lo Knmclnmcda I, ft would seem
at if Iter Rnynl Highness Kcchkohnl were lire
one who should respond lo Ihem now (ki men
mm c 0 ii Inoi i keli svi), and no one else his
any right to do this; and so of melet appro
prhlcd lo other denr!cd cdltft, It is for tlm'r
descendants alone tn chhn llic titles tdcy con
The writer of this article It Jcalmisly anxious
lint the rights of c-icli lliwnlhn chief should
lie preserved, nnd tint llic heritage- of no one
should lie sclred or tlislrnlnnl.
Tin- Inw inssetl by the majority of (he I.rgij
Intures 18.X0 nnd I8S2, npitnllng n Ikmrd of
Genealogy of the Hawaiian Chiefs, wilh tfn,
Kioloku as President of the Ikmrd, ns a measure
In which llic Hnwnlinn ieople can hnvc no
confidence. Many untruths have lieen en
graded Into these tables.
Tor this purjiose scnrch.hnt tacn mndc for
all the different gt ncilnglcnl Ixxiks llnl Ihey
might get them Into their hinds, but Ihey havt
mil tlicriiileil In this, Tlnl liook, by Mr.
Porinndcr, In the English hnguige, is found
to hnvc nnny errors In It, antl It docs not agrie
wild oilier Ixioks of gcncilogy.
I must bring to n close tint short slilcmcnt,
mil at n future time I shall mention certain
chlift now living, their rank ns adit, nnd tdc
dignltlis lielonging to them. Kuokoa, I'eb. a.
A Successful I louse I A .Successful House, I A Mlllc
InU Instance of success In n Kelall Ory Ootids' wiy Is
n"irilel Ly llie l.lmi Mllinery House of duties )
Hsliel, corner rorl and Hotel streets, 'llie l'ro iletnr
Mr, r Isliet lias nttuirril llie nn of lidding custom Any
Dry Goods I loino can, ,y freely advertising, draw cuv
tomcrs, once or twice; Imt lo I10M llietti, Asdenjoy llieir
confidence, calls for ilia exerdie of tact and llUrality.
floods must la milked down nnd sold for wli.it lliey
are; never mlsreiresent any ankle. Ihit Istlie (policy
of Clonics J, Hsliel, and that policy has inado llie firm
one t f llie itreatest In Its line, on llie lenling thorough
fare of Honolulu Hie I.eading Millinery Store of
Charles J. 1'iselirl, It lo Honolulu what Mscy's Is to
NcwVork. ChvltsJ. 1-idiel niikesn ,eclally of Mil
linery. tW Hie store Is one of die slxlils of llic city.
New England Mutual Life Insurance Co,
llie thirty eli-lill, annus! statement of llieol I fnlilon
ed purely mutual life Insurance comKtriy whose name
-i; cart ntnive, his laen Issue, Orgimrd In 1843
when litlle was known hy the average oUic-ln thli
country nt least comemiug the advantages of this
most unselfidi Unefirent rmelple In in n j lieali.1.1 for
Ihe 1 rotccllon of relut delielidcncies, llie ol I New
I ngbnd Mutual I ife Ins. Co , of lloston, Massaclm
setts, likes rink among the eilly es;ionents t f tins 1111.
Jwrtant auxiliary lo the Interests of virtuous and jirovi
ilent persons, as also communities, ujion whom charily
makes many requisitions tn favor oftlie "always with
)ou" unfortunltesof earth Hie history of this com
pany shows such a reconl of management that any
man who coiitcm lates provl ling his detiendcncles with
llie indemnity afforded hy life Insurince, inly safely
conclude that his contract will he honorably comlicd
with when the time for Jiayment ofhiscliimshallarrive,
Itelng strictly miiluat by its eliarter, no stockhol lers or
other iersons whatever ire entitled to any idvantige.
one over another member, llie fill that this company
his unilortnly declined to entertain any of the man)
schemes, catch icriny lans or gilded pill Inducements,
hy which lo ro in the unwary gudgeon, that arc In
vogue by less scrupulous companies, is of llself nn
evidence of dignified management, as also the best
iosslble argument In favor of Its well deserved reputa
tion of high merit, than which no life insurance tnsli
tutlon extant stinds sucrior. As will lie observed hy
the annual statement above referred to, ihe gross avsets
of this company on the first of January, 1&87, was
$16,310,465 oj, agnnst which all liabilities aggregate
$13,574, 570.99, leaving the handsome surr his on 4 f-tr
etut basis t f reservo $2,635,694 93 or if estimated by
the New Yolk standard at i,i per cent , the stl lus
would be about fouh station ooilaks, or nearly
OHF qUATBK of Ihe RNTMK assfts of the company.
We ore not aware of any more desirable institution 10
be insured wilh than the New rnglind Mutual life
Ins. Co., and we are confident that no honorable ad
ministration is exercised by any corporation than that
vi long exr resseil by this company under the direction
of Pre&'l Ilenjamin I Stevens, wIiom: personal atten
tion is not omitted in even the minor details of the
business of his 1131st. An examination of the ap; lica
lion nnd form of policy issued by this company Is re
commended before riartles insure elsewhere
Messrs Castib & Cook ft,
King Street, Honolulu.
Agents lor the Hawnuan Ishnds.
Will be found availat Ic for all necessary information
that may be desired relating to the affairs of this com
pany, to whom application for insurance in or agency
for the New England Mutual I ifushoul I be made.
It. K. ym; l'roprtrtor.
Having purchased the Hotel Street Mirket, I lake
pleasure 111 announcing that I will give Ihe business my
personal attention, and hope 10 supply the wants of the
pui lie 01 Honolulu ill n salislactory maimer
BEEF, MUTTON, VEAL. LAMB,
OrilEU KINDS OF MFAT rOK THE 1AIILE
ALWASS ON IIANI1.
i'ttOWT iWHWllY MA 1K.
ORIIhRS IAKi:N IIV IKl.I.I'lIONb
TFLfci-iioNe, No 336. 131
SIM CIAI. NOTICE. A quarterly meeting of ihe
lloanl of trustees of the QU LI NS IIOM'IIAI,
will be held at Ihe room of the Clumber of' Com
Thurtilay, March Slh, at II A. M.
Per order. F. A SCHAI.FEK, Secretary.
Honolulu. March 1. lS3j. ,31. q
TDLACKSMITH SHOP FOR SALE,
II llh Tuittu ami Stuck on llamt.
s LECTION OF OFFICERS.
At the annual meetinir of stoclcholdersof the 1IA11MI
SUGAR COMPANY, held at Ihe offlceof the agents
rcbruory 19. 1683, the following officers were choen
lor ine tnsuing yeur I
C. M. COOKK .1-rcsUent.
Hon. I. MO IT SMI1H, Vice 1'iesidenu
Hon S N. CAS-llt .treasurer.
I. II. ATHFRION Sccrerar..
V. Wt.UJS l'KUKSON . .. Auditor,
iti.im I, II. Mill KION Serrctarv.
Tka Ira or Palmer A Kllbonra
isthit day disaolvetl by mutual conscrl
Honolulu, Jan. 13, i83j.
J. A PAestKK,
W. W KieuouBN,
I. A PALXtkll nn.l llAflll 11 SlllPIILU
have thlsday formej a co-arliiershii, umler llie rirm
.M.iw v mi.ii'.iflfe ,it.ii r.is.
Honolulu, Jan. 95, iS8
J. A IV
V. 11. 1
THE ABOVE riRM WILL OPEN
tlk UUSINliS ASOUT
February Ut, JHHH,
At Wo. 113 Tort Strat, near Hotel,
WITH A H.'IX HHE,or
uU FANCY OOOBB.
Tiny ssiee Also MAhufACTvmf
Wstar, Qlar All, Ets.
1 iturittNC, No ?; i'S )
IIACKrr.LI) A Co,
OFfFR FOR IMF
ini'oicks or N:if aoobs
Jnsl received per Kate and liUnl,
I 'in 111 llltl'.MI'.S,
sUmtUtinft tn jut tit n (oow
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF DRY GOODS,
Denims, Proven an I V.'hltc Cottons, Drills, Tick.
Ings, Turkey lied, Mllnos black and
colored, 4 qualities, Repps, Alpacas,
Coliourgs, Italian Cloth and
llUck, Gros craln, Fancy, Colored and Slilped.
Ilarege, Crepe, Ac ,
Mcii'm I'ltnilithit, (1 iiixl h,
Shirts, Woolen, Mixed, Calico, Hickory, Denim
etc , Merino and Cotton Undershirts, White
Hosom SMrti, Socks A blockings, Gloves
Handkerchiefs, Fntilirtls, a Urge In
voice of CLOTHING consisting
of Finn Iihck Cloth Colts and
. Cants, tJuckskin hAckf,
Pants and Stills, Felt,
Hoys Shirts, anil
Children's Jackets, I,
Ft. Coats A I. ei'glngs, Mon
key anil Sailor Jackets. Carpet
Slippers, Silk and I. C. Umbrellas
andt'arasols. Fancy and Travelling
Shawls, Cotton and Turkish Towels,
While nnd Fancy Quilts, Felt Rues and Urut
els Carpeting, bilk and Velvet Ribbons, Threads,
White and Fancy Dlankeli,
Fancy Striped Woolen, two sires.
Scarlet, Orange, White Woolen and 4 points,
Uuttons for Shirts, Coats, Pants, Dresses,
Ocnitine u ilo lUthtcne. t til in I x
tract, loilcl Su.11, I Inl n.umcf I lair
Oil, Lumlrt, lAjttVuiltj.vt, I'tj-sM. I.
K. Kills ffarrnoiiici4, I link I took.
Holt! Inf. Jcwclrj, (lull Waltlie.
Tape, Elutlc. Scarfs, Album.,
f xltmljn, Ami, Dining room nnd I'irlor Cfiairs,
Sctitc,Mirror, etc ,
HiHhMrH, 1'ulfHhtnn, UtrtU, Stirrup ftathrr,
Hempfif I K. Packing, CoatlfafcVeti,
CRATES OF ASSORTED CROCKERY,
Containing Platen, Cup. Icnpoti, (low l, Clambers,
Kite Oiilien and It .ker, )crniJohnt 3 and 5
Gil Ions. Sam, Ie lMllc Vnw jnd uliwwire, Manila
nnd larrt-d Hi c. Coal H11,, (unmc, Iwine
Purbpi, Woolfiack anl 1 willcil backing, Linen lltx
SUGAR AND RICE BAGS,
of aI! lues nnd qualities,
Sardine In half and quarter boxes,
Salt in J.irs, Castor Oil In tins. Matches,
Cocoanut Oil, Wash Blue, II White Lead,
Stearlne Candles, 4, 5, and 6 H. & P. Biscuit,
Hubbucks Linseed Paint Oil, White Zinc Paint,
(Jrrnian ami Jfarana Vtfars,
Pliled ware SMjon, Fork, Cruel, Tci
set, Cujrt, Napkin Kings, Salvers, etc,
Pocket and IJutchcr Knives, Sensors, Sheep Shew.
Neetlles, SHjon tiles, Sj urs, (alvaiued lasins,
Huott Iron, Ken; Ki-U, Hnmmers, Wllow
Afetal ami Coinosiiion Nails CLinficrs
liabl ut Metal, bugar Cooler J, J I rue
Fire Clay. Blacksmith Coal, Fire Bricks, Tiles,
pnipty Barrels, Oak Boats, &c.
OrJcrs from the other Islands carefully attenJcil to
11 Jlttehfel.l ,t Cu
I we are makhiy a chmwe In oiirtiHuliirnu,
WE IIAVi: TO RIQUr.ST
All Persons OwlnR U Freight Bllla
to sirni.E Tin: suit-
Within Thirty Days from Date.
T. K. rOSTl.R 4 CO
Honolulu. February 19, 1883. i3o4t
OTICB OF INCORPORATION,
'"I" ss.viw Mill! llklt, Ul M IIICCI.III4; IIC1U ill
Honolulu, on the 19th day of t-cbruar). i8Sj. if sub-
r?rfl sa a. Iijnv.s ntvH sliPt a. a . .f l.l I 1
ktiikt iuiiic uolk 01 inc in ir rwdUrtmi a 1 r.AM
NAVICAnON COMPANV nuniteiiv i uat ...it.-. I
to acce(t a chart tr or ncut juration Lrantcd ti them
and their a&oc.atcs by the Al muter or the Interior, by
and with the consent of the King in jvivy council,
under the corporate name and stlc ol the lnierHlanj
Si cam Nawsation Cumiuny, on the 7th day of reb-
ruarv. 1881. and that the coritorullbn umler uul rhirtt-r
thertujoit organlied Itself and elected the following cf-
T. R. I-OSTFR (
W. H. CODI-KKY.
I. KNA, Ir
WILLIAM FOSTER.. .
a N W1ICOX
. I reaiurer,
Notice U further gien that, purmant to the terms of
aui cnaneri no siocunower snail inuiMUually Le liable
fur I lib tlelitl of lhs rxirfuirxliitn last.s-inil th nninnoi
which shall be due uon the hare or shares held or
ownca uy mmseir. j. t,w(, jr , bcretar
OTICE OP INCORPORATION,
Notice (s hereby elven to all person that, M a meet
in held In llonululu 011 the 8th day of relruar. 1881,
of luUcribers to the stock of the & 1IRLWLR it CO,
(limited), h was voted lo accent m charter ti InrttrtMu-.
tlun t ranted to them and their asweutes am! tuccnor
urnler the convrate name ami stlc of C HKKWl.R
& CO , on the 7th day of rebruary, i88j, and that
the cortioration. under said charter, thcreuimn orjan-
m linn juKi cKucmiieiuiiowing nametioiucersot tne
P. C JONtS, Ir
J. O CAKUK .
Hon. li K. lllSIIOl', 1
llun. II. A. 1'. CAKlLR.j
President and Manager
Secretary and lrrauirer
Notice is further given that, pursuant to the term of
muj cnancr, "fo uochhukjcr snail inuitulually In a
able for the debts 6 lh Coriawalion lWthl ll. animinl
which shall 1m due uiun the share or shaie held or
uwimj uy niniKii
118-41 lOShl'll q CAKlt R. becretary.
A COMFORTADLH HOMB I
I1t unilersIfineU has recently filled up
In decant style, lh hif roomy Cutlajs fotusily Lc
longing lo the Lcnmti estate, on Nuuanu street,
for the burlum of coskjueltng
A nyarlor l-Wlglag Homm.
ll.e ruuneorihls pleuam retreat Is rw "Will IK
IIOUbK." It onus Lc surpasMj In lh luiJoui t
HWlMrS KM OHSIUHM.
THE CROUNDS ARE SPACIOUS
and ornuneninl wuh haj imt.
Pcnons of rcsctatilily may ala-s he sura 0 cheer,
ful houM there. A sutlnciuooi Is stl .imii lor lh con-
., .n .i. bu. t sn Must isuu.ib AKr.
lawAiti, ictus uays moacrue.
MRS. J. T. WHITE, ftopelctor.
MT Many of our rcaJers alll rcmemUr Mrs. Wluls
u pruurKiur 01 m if,uiir, nou oa tun sercei, kl
iolninf Ih. Pantheon b(aus, silnsii wa such cuai.
TgrtAU. bosM uruicr hr uurusgcaicnc. tia'Sai
p nGULAR CASH SALR
rniDAV, march n, ihh:i,
AT 10 a 11, AT SMfaK(X)M
'. '. All t Iff ,li.r)fnecr
XTALUAULE REAL ESTATE
KULAOKAIIUA nml KAHAWALI
AT AUCTION ON
S11I1111I1111, M it nli I7lli, ill I'J M,,
at sty a! mrtvtst, rm ttvrrn iTarrr,
rill 'I HO Kris, Nm. yj n.l m Ktilstlalnia
I Lslns, on Umalilo- ami Klnau streets, meastirinx
lylsior, feet, ami evtilainin
Sixty Tliottannil Srinnrn Fnnt
Nearly one ami one half acres.
Ali, thit terrain I'lr CI. OK lNIl at Kalnnh,
known as fl II lltmtowtt hotnesteml, stlnatetl in the
rear of lion Simoti K Kaal s resilience, eontalniHK an
ae oi ,in, r, nn acre, witn ine
Butlillnrrti ami Imprnvnmonta TJierron,
n0 LOTIAHt.S ANII ouriiousi.s
lor larlictilirs, nftilreof A. J CAHTWRtnitT, Vu ,
1)1 r I'. AIIMS, Auctioneer
A DMINISTRATOR'S SALE.
InnccririLince with nn ordrr m-ule Irv ili linn II ft
AiHtn. Jmttrr of llie Surreme Court miting In fo
bnte, the nn(Iertjtnd will vll at tiul he audion. on the
iirciiuwt, ni 111: rciuen.e tn ine Ml ,
C. T. DILLINGHAM,
llie following iirojirty, on
ll'i tint whin, Mmrti li, SS:i
A linAiniFUI. IIOMF-
I'rointtyof ihrlne C I llilhncham, situate on Cm
I tl L AvbUII n.li..imet ll.a. ..,.....,. t I.
J. M. Whitney on the north, an 1 It, t.
Iilhnt(lum on theAoutli,
Size of lOl, tpa feet front and 11$ feet deep, well
fenced and water laid on from Government ntnea Ph
IH I I 1 INCj HOUbK contains seven rooms, beide
ainroorn, iiniry ami is 11c nen
lliere are Rornl outhuil Ung conmiting of f-rvinti
houe, carruice houw, ttalli for two horw, feed room,
Itarnefti-room, eic I"he btuldtnct are nil nearly new.
tiiu 111 kxj (uiiuiiiuii 1 111c in ice mnj ie
Hon no Furniture to lie Sold t
One Hedroom Set, one Iron Single lledtead,
Oie lun(;c, one Cane Sofa,
'I wo I Slack Walnut Kocken,
HUck Walnut Cane beat Chairs,
I wo Children's Kocken,
One Center JaLIe. mar hie top;
One Small lal Ie, marble top;
One Illack Walnut KxtcnMon Dining Table.
One 1 Lifjht Chandelier.
One Iinin( toum Iamp,
One Clieit of Drawers, lot of Picture.
Iot of Crook oryware,
One Stove, 1 Hath Tub. Canal 1'irrow, 1 lot of
1iJ, Rubber Hose, t Cart tare Mare, iSiddle Marc.
1 1 nation, 1 oei cu iiamni, 1 tannic ami ftriuie.
II F. DlIUNOHAU,
Administrators of the estate of C 1, Dillingham
K. I'. ADMS, Auetk.r.er
Ilonolutu, February i, 1883. 131
UNNY BAGS FOR SALE
H. HACKFELD Sc CO.
House and Lot For Sale.
I am instructed b J C OII)F, ESQ , to offer at
r nvatc sale hi handsome residence,
Corner of Jtutl attd I tlthtt Strrrt.
Tint property is in the healthiest part of the ctly Iti
facilities for drainage are perfect, fpiarantet tng tlierch)
perfect freedom from malaria.
Ihe rrospect command a DI L10IITI UL VILW
of llie city and liarbor, as well as the coast line, from
near Diamond Ueail to the Waianae Mountains.
1 "he main house large and commodious, faithfully
-luiu inrcu jean ago, anu is
HNISHtl) IN HANDSOME STYI H,
Withoerv convenience. Hot and tnlJ water i L11.I
on the ltaih rooms in both stone. (lac, aim, it laid
on, with over fifty lights, through the whole liouse.
un elegant cnanueiicrv in llie principal rooms.
(Ill tK mlln (1 -H-1I Urlll jt fiMin.1 tMA tln.lna a..1
Dining, n-jni, S.uinfi room. Hall, Movuito-rumt
Children m Dining room, tlath room, '1 wo Itedroums,
Ckisct, and a Pantry, I wo Store-rooms and Kitchen,
attached to main buildinj, but under a separate roof.
On the aecnnd floor, wnlth h reached by a convenient
stairway from the hall, arc Two targe l!edrooms,tox7o;
alo, five (rood sbed Ldroom Verandah room, lUih
room and Closet,
The main houe Is about 70 feet front and 48 feet
Ahc Kitchen U conveniently arranged, with a fine
cosAini; rane, with hot water attachment.
On the crountU are Two OHtage. nh verandah,
and a well built Stable, with accoraiaoItKi for three
hones and carriages, a well as three rooms for servants.
I here It, alo, a small building (or the Gas Machine.
llic lot Is 3J3 feet on Judd street and about 550 (ect
011 Lihha street, containui.; an area of four acres.
Partiet dethinz tatisit the proiwrty can do so upon
a plication to lrt Adams,
A turtion of llie urchase money can remain upon
mortgage for one or two jears. Apply to
1M V- P. ADAMS. Auctioneer.
NOTICE, Letters testamentary having issued to
ik. ...! l ll . 1... I .T.
a, ,ii uiHiiiMKiHiiiMi :imjii iiaviii); (.iaiiiis miiu(
the estate of M. J. KOht-, deceased, art hereby n-Hificd
to present the same without delay, and within six
months after Ihe dale hereof, or ihey will be forever
barred, and all persons Indebted to said estate to male
mmeilutepj) merit K A. SClIALrhK,
1 xccutorof the willof M,J. Rose, dcccaicd.
Ilonolutu, February a, 1883, 127 am
BW BEDFORD AND SAN FRANCISCO
Also, IIFMP COKOU-.r. of Americui anj Ruulan
MANIU BOLT ROPE,
StIZINO, MARI IN, IIOUSI.IN,
All e which will he sJ4 M tow us osTrrcl by other
atlls, 11 quantities ilexes!.
C BREWER ft COMPANY.
eneriil MerenHlllriiml CommlttluH .Itfenfa
QlHtN StsIIT, HoNOlVLll.
OnVers P. C. Josies, jr., txesUenl anj manager ;
loch O. Carter, treasurer and secretary, Ihrectoffs 1
llous. Uus. R. liiJiou uij II. A. P. Crier, l9
NO. O. FOWLER Co.,
nn I'rciMirfil tu furnltk '" a-d Kmll'.
mulct far Meet
With or wuhout Cars and LocvmuisM. Specially
ADAPTED 10R SUGAR PLANTATIONS.
Permanent Railways, anj Locunulvn and cars. Tree
It) hnUM and Road Locuumtnes, Slum
Pawghuig and Cultivalug Machinery, Port-
able fcojines Ux all purpose. Wlilu(
Knainca for incline,
CaUloow with Uluslrations. lladcl and PbuloirraiJu
of eh. above plants and Mathinery may U seen al lis.
loffUriaandtTugwat. W. U (.KaCN and O. W
T-ALO PATCHES AND LAND
Ilyoritrrof A W Pierce, F , tlorney In fail f
ELI.EN II. DEAN,
I Will OFFHIl AT PUIII.IC AUCTION
SATUIlh.tr, M AltOII IT, ISS.'I,
At it oVlritV. rM.jn, ai my Mitesrmtn,
All the right, title ami Interest of the nil Mien II
Dean In ami lo tie fodawlmr tlescrlhesl
imfierly, sir ,
lltsyal Palrnt ,fti-fn KAIO PUCIIft neat
IJhha street, Honolulu; trea, nrslhnfM.
Koyal Patent iiSi-Four KM) IHTCIIF"! heir
IJhha street, Honolulu, area, fW of an Acre
Royal Patent j6i
i Ktla ami Pasture liiml In llaobsutol, area, n
1. Kalnaml Pasture Ijiml hs NlffInal, area t
j. Ksloan.1 Pasture Uil rn Nhmlml, area, los
Rojal Patent i4-cr Kalo I'Mthea in Itaiihan
koi, area, rV, m an acre
Itowl Patent t.a-Om llotrse I t In llauhauVol
arm, A of anncte
nFIll)1! AT FXPf NSF. OF I ORCIIAHrRS
For further partlculsrs, n ly lo A W Pll HCf
11 , or lo
r I- P ADAMS, AiKlloneer
TT URNITURE FURNITURF2
at tiu: rfsidfnci: OF
A. LOEWENBEnO, ESQ.,
.. Itll llrrrtiintii Sticrl,
on actuunt or urMKTusr,
On Siiliinhin, March IO, ISS.'I,
At lo o'clock A , I will sell llie entire
NFARI.V NMV, AND IN PIKFICT ORDFK,
l!laV Walnut Pailir Suite, in raw silk, 7 pieces ,
I Hick Walnut Maiiere, l-rencll Plate f.lats.
I-lriy laLles, marhle-tofisl
II W Center Tables. Pnrlor Hui,
lliree CKimlehcrs, Steel I ngrating-s,
I tench Mantle Clock, In perfect order.
Cornices Swiss f mbroulereil Curtains,
I wo Hair Cloth lunees. Rocker,
II V. Ctiairs, Mower I'ots ami Stands,
l.aree Mirror, CliefTonier, Itracket Iimp,
lied Quills. II W. Canreil lledroom Set, etlecev,
Slnu Mattresses, MoUllo Nets
I wo II W. Cribs, wilh maltresKi, etc , complele,
Oae Craille, cony lete, with mattress, etc ,
labrary l.amp, lllanlees. t.orttltu, Chamber "jet.
Writing Ileslt, II W. Pillar Dining I able,
II W. Sideluard. Cltilrs, Wardrobe.
Fable Cover, 1 ablnoons,
Dining and llessert knives and l-orks,
Cruclery and (.lassware, t PerambuUtors,
Child s Chair, Meat Safe, Refrigerator,
Water I-liter, bloveand Kitchen W ve,
llasket Ijmjn, lanterns, Rubber Hose, etc
J V- P ADAMS, Auctioneer
'URNITURE 1 FURNITURE 1
I IIAU. RI.CIIVH) INSTRUCTIONS I ROM
J. C. GLADE. Esq.,
TO OFFHR AT
'WEDNESDAY MARCH 7th, 1883,
At to O clock. A M ,
AT HIS RESIDENCE ON JUDD ST.,
All. MIL VAIUAnik
IN PART AS FOUaOWS:
New Ottomans, Upholstered Chairs, Chandeliers,
1 inc r ngravines, beautiful Inlaid lablvS,
0ny Table, Kbony luble, Side ljni,
LARGE HANDsdME MIRRORS,
WITH S4ARDLK STANuH;
Music Stand, lirome Statuettes, Ijce Curtains,
ONE UPRIGHT PIANO,
Walnut llookcase. Walnut table. Smokers' Table,
IlandvMne Carveil Chairs. injressed leather:
AimCliairs, Cariiels. W nun Desks, Sew inj Table,
W hue Oak Sideboard, sery liandvjme ;
W hue Otk I- tension Dining I al le,
hue Oak Dining room Chairs and Round Tables,
Variety or Fine. Plated Ware,
DICANIT.RS AND GLASSWARE.
ONE PORCELAIN DINNER SET,
(In While, Illack, Silver and Red) deplete
onk larch cut;i.ss sirr,v w.
Mosquilo Net, Folding Chairs, Chinese l-ounge,
il'tilmit ami Kim UciMi-ail,
l eat her Pillows. Children's Lcdilcads,
Cobubou Seaaa Chain,
Chines Flower I'otH ami StamJ,
Sewing Machine, Wardrobe, Towels
Meat Safes, lie Safes, W alrr I iher, Ualli Tubs.
Iron reed Iloses, ljtwn Xlower,
ONE UNON GAS MelClllNE, tcaligali.
Gymnastic Apiaraiui, Stcu LadJcrs, Tools, etc.
Partleulan Im Catalogue.
D0DDS 11USSKS will leave E. O. Hall . Son's
store, curncr of toil and King streets, al o uaod a is
A. u. on Ihe day of sale.
E. P. APAMB, Auctloaeer.
A DMINISTRATOR'S SALE.-
11V ORDER OF THE ADMINISTRATOR
Or Till MTAT Of
Ute U II ilo, Hawaii, lh underslgnrl will stll
AT PUULIC AUCTION,
Saturday, March lid,
At ia a. si , In II I IX), at Sales I 'rttui.es,
Tha Pensaal Eabota aT laid Bhn.,
40 Head of Working Cattle,
IN U" oibfa;
XUUM. HOWM, PLOWS,
HaiTowi. Ates, i'bkaae. Vol.. Train Chains,
O, How. bWds MuW ColLin, Hoe. CiowUh;
Saws, Can. Kuves, Pack ImmIwU.
J s Canoe. CU.I, SJ.er Watch. '
Also, abuet! mm acre of growing " aro.
Kemeehald ArtioUa, Mm IUIm,
Foe arlW partlcvdara, apply la Wr Alalia ft kij-..
aduiunlrator, lloaululu, os lb. f"i-iIifTs7 al Hah!
D. l. HITCHCOCK, '-r'frmr.
n.inwne. vsj.( Afuiof nu. lo.lertt 11.