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SATURDAY, MARCH to, iMt.
Adrertlfements must be tent in by Friday noon
No Insertion for the current Itiue can be guaran
teed when ent In liter. Advertisers will mark
the number of Insertions desired, from which date
they charge; any not 10 marked will be charted 3
Double-column advertisements, cuts and large
ypei will not be admitted Into our columns j
neither will advertisements be admitted Into "read,
ng" columns, at any price These mles will be
rigidly adhered to.
Notice ot any erentt of Interest transpiring on
the other Island will always be thankfully received
for publication. Correspondents are requested to
append their true names to all communications,
not for publication necessarily, but as a guarantee
that the writer Is acting In good filth.
The ll'aehutsttt eng.i;ccl her crew
Tuesday morning last in shell practice.
"What think ye of Christ?" and "Alloy
J.ost I will lie Mr. Cruran's themes Sunday
The artesian well being sunk at Thomas
Square is already down some 130 feet, and Is
going through a strata of soft coral.
t'oslmatter (iencrat II. M. Whitney left by
the l.UtlUt on Tuesday, the Clh inst., to In
vcjtigalc Postal matters on Maui, and plaou
them on a more satisfactory basis.
The engineer of the Ilcrctania street railroad
punished a native )outli one day this week, for
frightening and holding n child on the track at
the approach of the train. The engine was
stopped and the Intimidntor scry justly chas
tised. The setting back of the buildings occupied
by l' Preston ami W. Johnson, on I'oitslrcct,
gives a clear street, incicascd in width, and
with a plank sidewalk uniform to below the
tistom House presents an improved appear
ance. Oru Monday night, the 4th instant, the
Astor House on Hotel street was entered by n
burglar, or burglars, and several small article
abstracted from the show -cases; also a dollar
or two, that had been left in the tilt for early
In the case of J. U. Kawainui against W. C.
l'arkc, Marshal of the kingdom, for illegally
seiring his lliitlttiu hard, a decision was ren
dered on Saturday last by Police Magistrate
llickerlon, in which damages to the amount of
$30, were awarded to Kawainui; additionally,
costs were taxed at $4.40.
Dr. Trousseau has alxmt completed joining
the two storied building on the mauk.-is.idc to
his cottage residence on I'uncliliowl street,
filling the whole up in a scry artistic and taste
ful manner and throwing all his grounds to
gether into one. Wc have heard it intimated
tli.it this addition of the Doctor's is with the
view of establishing a private hospital.
The Intk Jubilee, on coming to anchor on
the 61U inst., collided with the ship Gettysbcrg,
discharging coal neaf the Mail dock, grazing
the latter vessel along the bulwarks under the
cat-head with her fiy-jib lmom, causing the
carrvingavvay of the new-comers fore royal
mast. At one time it was thought the I.iholiho
would be struck, and if so, she would have
been liailly injured.
The March number of the 'miters' Month
ly, completing its first volume, is out, filled as
usual with its variety of articles pertaining to
the planting interests. We regret at not find
ing with this number the title page and table
of contents, or index, for the volume, without
which its completion, as a volume, is sadly tic
ficicnt. Customers and visitors to the new business
stand of (5. W. Macfarlane & Co. in the
Heaver block, can not but be struck with the
neatness, comfort, and convenience of its ar
rangements and fittings, both upstairs and
down. The latest addition for the office is the
cashiers' desk, of an attractive design, built, as
were the others, and fittings, at Mr. . Lucas'
We regret to learn that the interest in cuir
Library and Heading Hoom is waning to that
extent, that its regular meetings have been
changed from monthly, to quarterly. At its
hist meeting Mr. G. II. Harton was elected
Secretary, vice G. V. Stewart resigned, on
account of departure, and the building com
mittee was enlarged by the addition of the
officers of the society.
Our attention is frequently attracted to the
prevalence of smoking by licensed drivers of
carriages, clerks In government as well as pri
vate employ, etc., while transacting business.
Now while this habit may not lie objectionable
to some coplc at appropriate times, it must
lie admitted that it is very ofTensiv e to many
and especially ladies. The disregard which
drivers of public carriages seem to observe of
the rights and comfoit of their iwsscngers, is a
subject of much complaint, and ought to be
remedied in some w ay.
The "Veterans' Home Association" have
presented an earnest appeal for assistance in
the support of those who come upon them for
help, from disabilities and expouncs through
the civil war, to which the uttiotic in these
Islands ate Invited to contribute. Subscrip
tions will lie received by Messrs. K, V. Ijine,
Sam'l. Noll and V. L. Clarke in this city ;
C. II. Dickey and G. C. Williams, Maul;
CN, Arnold, Hawaii, and Z. S. Spalding
and V. II. Rice, Kauai.
On Saturday last, Match 3d, at 5 r. M., the
steamer Moiolii took aw ay aliout fifty lepers from
the Hranch Hospital, for Molokal. The Pioi
dent and Secretary of the Hoard, Dr. Kitch
and Mr. Van Geisen were present at the em.
luikalion, which was conducted in a quiet and
orderly manner. Dr", Kitch accompanied this
Kind of unfortunates, and after their locating,
and seeing to the health needs of the settle
ment if such is possible in a fi)ing occasional
visit he will cross, over, by whalclioat, to La.
haina to look into complaints upon, leprosy
tnattcr In that quarter,
The two-story coral building lately occupied
by K. Hollsclilacgcr S. Co., now being de
molished, ts among the last of the eatly busi
ness house of Honolulu, liavjng U-ing erected
about 1842 or 3 by Win. French, and long
used by him as a stole during the aliiiy da)s
of the "China trade," and even slutting it
in 1847 with II. N. Crabbe, as United States
Naval Slore Agent. This was but a portion
of what was known as the "French premises,"
which Included the corner now occupied by the
Hank, Godfrey Rhodes' building and the
premises occupied by J, Nott, on Kaahuuunu
street, about one-half of the entire block. We
have not been able to liace successively (he
various old firms that have held forth In this
stand, but prior to lit occupancy by K. Stapcn
horst iu 1869, whom K. llotuchlarger & Co.
succeeded it remained Idle for some time, ex
cepting a few offices occupied up-ttalrs. The
building has therefore bevn used by the late
tMAQti longer than any firm tint had preceded
A. V, Richardson amli Co. moves lempor
amy into Mr. Johnson's store. Fort Street,
tiring the erection of the Campbell block,
e,pec.inR ,0 taVe.the corner store again in the
A native Iwy at Oahu college recitcil one
ilay this vscclc a portion of "The crowning of
the Dread King," recently written for, ami
pulilnlicdln the "Saturday I'ress". This shows
the appreciation of the native mind.
It is rumoured that I on. J, I- KauluVou is
to be made Sheriff or the Island of Hawaii.
Ksactly how- true the rumour may be, we would
not pretend to sayj but base reason to believe
it not altogether imfounded.
Wc have not learned the name of the man
who hid an eve put out while walking along
fort street, by one of the arrows that are lic
ing shot every day so freely about our streets;
but we do know whose windows have been
broken in this way.
We notice by advertisement that the lumber
used In the cnniiructfon of the Coronation shed
is to lie sold to day, at auction. It has liccn
concluded not to use the lumlier in building
bridges, as the country is not nearly so much
in need of them as the Treasury is of money.
following Is the programme for the Hand
concert at fmrna Square this afternoon, com
mencing at 4.30 I'. M, :
March -K.-il.iol.nl (new) Mlchltls
Overture -Light Cavalry .sUi,pe
Chorus Last Judgment Schneider
Selection Lrnani , Verdi
W?!"? r"m 'l1.' Knin taih' Danube(new) Keler licks.
Polka-ht.rlt I rancals (new) ,, . WaMlenfel
The Hand will give an extra concert on
Monday evening, March 12th, in Knuna
Square (steamer permitting).
narch Infinitely more h-ipny than the
one of I'rodshorf, is the King of Ho.
Vc learn, in fact, that at this moment
the last prep-uations arc licing made for the
Liuuuniion 01 lung Kaiakaua.
An amphitheatre where there will be scats
for 4000 jwrsons is constructed in front of the
An Australian contractor, Capt. Audlcy
Cootc promises to lay a telegraphic cable be
tween the Hritish Colonies and San Francisco
by way of the Sandwich Islands.
A I rench Admiral, also an English Admi
ral with their respective fleets will be in the
port of I lonolulu on the ilay of the coronation.
It is believed that Russia will also be repre
sented by tw o w ar v cssels. A special Japanese
embassy will assist at the ceremony. Transla
tion from the Courier tie San Frantiuo. Feb.
i i 1
The following passengers were hooked for
departure by the Stmr. City cf Sydney for San
Francisco, upto vesterday, vii: A. Locwcnbcrg
and family, T. R. Walker and family, II. V.
Sevcranceand daughter, I'rof.C.II. Hitchcock,
W. R. Morton, Mrs. S. C. Seymour, T. R.
Sa)crs, G. Lucas, and Son, Mrs. Green, Mrs.
Lapham and daughter, S. G. Wilder, L. A.
Oat, i:. Ii. Perley, 11. Ncltcr, J. G. JelTress,
Mr. Arnold, C. C. Merriman, Mr. Schicr, Rev.
F. Hurchard, Mrs. R. C. Johnson and child,
Mrs. C. W. and Miss Kellogg, MrsGartcnberg,
C. J. Fishel, MrsW. J. Callingham. Anumber
of the aliovc kamaainas visit homes far East,
to be absent many months from the islands.
To all we tender a farewell aloha and wish
them lion Voyage.
Honolulu, Feb. 28, 1SS3.
To the Trustees 0 the Queen's Hospital ;
Gentlkmen : I have the honor to submit
the following report for the quarter ending
February 28th, 1SS3 : The total number of
patients at present in the hospital is 82, viz:
57 Hawaiians 39 males, 18 females, 7 Chi
nese and iSof other nationalities 22 paying.
The number of admissions during the quarter
was 103, viz; 58 Hawaiians, 43 males, 15 fc
males, 10 Chinese and 35 of other national
ities. Discharged 94, viz: 42 Hawaiians, 28
males, 14 females, 16 Chinese and 36 of other
nationalities. Deaths 7, viz: Hawaiians 4, 3
males, 1 female and 3 foreigners. The causes
of death were as follows: congestion of lungs
I, aneurism 1, injury 1, bronchitis 1 chronic
diairluea 1, consumption 2. The highest
number of indoor patients was 88, lowest 56;
daily average 73, numlier of prescriptions
2335. The number.of patients treated in the
hospital was as follows: December 10G, Jan
uary 9S, February 116. Calls at the dispensary
594; new names entered in the dispensary
books 14O. Respectfully submitted,
On Saturday last, judgment was rendered
by Judge McCully in the case in equity of
Queen Dowager Emma vs, the Commissioners
of Crow n Lands. The suit was brought to rc
cover possession of a half interest in the follow
ing lands: 1. Pamoo ("Sawyer's )ard") in
Honolulu; 2. Several pieces of taro and rice
land situated in Waikiki and known as Hohe,
and Keokea; 3. The land of Kalamaumati at
Waikiki; 4. Napahi, at Waikiki; 5. Maulu
kikipa, at Waikiki; 6. One parcel of land in
Lahaina; 7. One lot at Kapalama in the Ho.
nolulu district, the said half interest lieinc
claimed by inheritance through Kamchameha
HI. Judge McCully held that the title to these
lands having been by Land Commission
Award directly to Kamchameha III. thev
could in no sense lie considered as belonging
to tnc thrown, anil adjudges! the case accord
ingly. Still another suit in equity is pending
wherein the Queen Dowager claims alike in
terest in the premises on Merchant street known
as Honolulu lla'e and on which Is situated the
Stationery establishment of J. W. Robertson
. 1,0., and the '. C. Advertiser's nrintlmi
office. II. II. Ruth Keelikolani has also
brought suit as an heir of the Kamchameha
estate, to recover the remaining Kirlion of the
above lands. The Judges' decision in life
first mentioned case will lc given in full in our
The caic of William Auld, who was psosecu
ted on a charge of "Common Nuisance," for
his connection with the publication of the
Coronation hula programme, came up before
the Police Court on Thursday morning last on
remand. The programme, with a translation
into English, made by the Government Trans
lator, Mr. V. L. Wilcox, was produced in
Court. As the matter to 1 investigated was
considered by the Magistrate of too indecent
and immoral a nature to be listened tu by the
public, the doors of the court room were closed
to all excepting, panics immediately connected
with the tiial, and the press. The translation
was disgusting, in the extreme, and seven wit
noses were placed on the stand by the prosecu
tion, to substantiate the tiuth ofthe translation
of the noisome document, and express their
opinion as experts in regard to the meaning of
(he wotds used. Among these witnesses there
was no difference of opinion as to the obscene
nature of the document 1 and the most severe
cross-examination ofthe vvittvmct by defend
ant's counsel, Mr. Russell, failed to elicit from
Idem any admission of the iiouibililyof theob-
jectionablc language used having been differ
ently Intended. Mr. Russell thought that the
word used should all lc It let ally construed.
and not by intendment; and thai if literally
construed, they could not lie objectionable.
The witnesses all thought, however, that the
Ultra! meaning ofthe words used, could not
'e other than Indecent In connection with the
such subjects. Judgment was rendered yester
day both In the above case, and that of Mr.
Grieve. Each were fined $15, and both have
appealed their case to the next Jury term.
I'OLICE COURT OF 1IONOI.U1 I'.
"".'r! ,r ,",!,lee Mlc,,c,,on: I " ?''
' . obscene criminal natuTB ' P"'"
Dr FF.NIIANT1 nRIFF.
The facts arc clear, with no suggestions of
tloulit, that this defendant did not at the time
of printing said pamphlet, and docs not now
know its meaning or contents, licing ignorant
ofthe language in which it is written.
This is an absolute defence.
Il is necessary, In order to make out a crimi
nal offence, that cither there be proof of know
ledge or Ind Intent, or else that the act itself
lc of a nature which necessarily includes
knowledge of its illegality. For Instance,
larceny, or passing counterfeit monej, or re
ceiving stolen goods requires in order to lie
criminal that guilty knowledge be shown. If
the act Ik by common law or common
reason unlawful In itself, irrespective of intent,
motive or knowledge, then no intent, no ignor
ance or actual innocence will avail. Hut this
is not such a case. "In an indictment for
selling an obscene book, a scienter is nccess
ary;' Wharton's Am. Crim. Law, Section
x;7, citing Com. vs McGacrigall t llennelt &
lleanrs Leading Cases, jjt, Corn, vs Kirby,
3 Cash, S7T, and other cases.
The law concerning the printing of a libel is
not applicable in a case of this nature, for the
law of libel in dispensing with proof of bad in
tent, is an exception to the general law, for
well defined reasons. Hut even In a libel case
it was decided by the Supreme Court In A'ex
vs It', At. Gibson, that malice or evil intent
must be specifically averred.
In Dexter vs Sfear 4 Mason lis, the
Supreme Court of the United Slates held that
even the fublither of a libel is not liable, "if
he had no knowledge that It was libellous."
And that same decision is also made in Smith
vs Ashley, 13 Met. jfy, where the Court said,
"If the defendant had no knowledge that the
article published was libellous, he has lieen
guilty of no wrong." In the present case, the
Court itself has said that it cannot understand
without expert testimony the meaning of this
pamphlet. How then can this defendant lie
charged with guilty intent ?
I do not wish to go into evidence, or to dis
cuss the significance of certain portions of this
pamphlet. I am not, nor is this defendant re
sMnsiblc for its hidden or real meaning. This
defence is not a defence of the nature or ob
ject ofthe pamphlet, for according to all I
hear, its possible meaning is not open for dis
cussion. Rut I ask for this defendant, who is
shown merely to have allowed his employee,
at the request of an employee of the Hawaiian
Government, to print a paper in the Hawaiian
language for the fntended and actual use of
certain officers of the Government, that he be
A. S. IIAKTV.VFLI,
Attorney for defendant
On Monday afternoon last, the carriage of
Mrs. W. V. Hall, in which were seated herself
anil little kaughtet, was upset opposite Mrs.
Lack s store, and the occupants thrown out.
Mrs. Hall was somewhat cut and bruised by
the fall as was also the child, though less
severely than her mother; but neither, we arc
glad to say, have sustained any very serious in
juries. I he exact cause ofthe runaway and
upset we have not learned.
THF. NATIVE TKESS.
TUB IIULA Kill.
Editor of Ko Hawaii Tae Aina:
Will you as a promoter of intelligence allow
me short space to express my opinion on the
subject put at the head of this article.
I have lieen pained and depressed at the
performances that have become common in our
nation. The question arises whether this will
be a means of improving the race. And will
this be a means of causing our people lo multi
ply? The answer will come as with one voice
from Hawaii to Niihau, no, never. This is
truly a means of sending this race headlong
into the gloom of outer darkness.
The aspect of this subject that causes one
the deepest alarm, is that I see little children,
boys and girls alike, constantly distorting
themselves in this dance in the streets of our
city. Is this a department of learning we
would like to display before the strangers that
visit our shores? It seems to me this is some
thing that should cause us to blush with shame
licfore the whole world. Is this one of the
paths of wisdom taught us by our forefathers ?
I think not. Is this an innocent amusement
which we would have (young) Hawaii become
expert in? No. Therefore I unqualifiedly dc
nounce these senseless and worthless perform
anccs. And I warn you parents to put a stop
to the performances your children are now en
gaged in, and you grown people do not waste
y our time in these pernicious dances. I lx-g
of you to instruct yourxchildrcn in good morals
that the nation may thrive and increase, anil
that our children may become wise, lest wc be
brought to shame by these corrupting prac
tices. I still have hopes that our children may be
saved from the evil of these ways.
Yours respectfully, Meka jr.
THE NEW HOARD OF EDUCATION.
The new Hoard of Education, appointed in
the place of that which was ousted for not ex
pelling the SujK-rintendcnts of the Fort Street
School and the Reformatory School, one of
whom was the hditor of the Hawaiian Gazette
and the other the Proprietor of the Daily
Bulletin, because these gentlemen had quoted
in their respective newspapers an article from
that powerful sheet, the AVre York Herald,
commenting on our King, have had their first
If this was the true reason for the expulsion
of the former Hoard of Education, then has
not the new board at once fallen Into the same
condemnation because they have not expelled
these teachers who arc still in office?
How Is it they have gone back on themselves
and have not carried out the programme for
which Ihcy were put in the place ofthe old
It is also reported to us that on the evening
of Satunlay last, that being the time when the
charnel house tint contained the ancient
corpM-s of Hawaii nei was re-oiicncil, the eyes
of some of the members of the new Hoard of
Education, vizi of Hon. V. M. Gibson, E.
Preslon and D. L. Klnimaka were looking'ot
tcntivelyon to see that the full tale of young
Hawaiian children was present for the per
formance ofthe Aula lui, whilst their voices
were ringing with mirth, as if they approved
of such amusements being taught to the Ha
waiian children. And if they shaicd In this
mirth at these performances, was not this to
allow the inference to 1 drawn that they were
agoing to have this department introduced into
the schools, that thus their senseless mirth
might be prolonged ?
It is a shameful thing lo see little children
taught to be cxikiI in these disgusting ter-
formatted, and II will be a means of diverting
their attention from the pursuit of education in
The Hawaiian hula Is a sacrifice before the
altar ofLaka, the god ofthe hula, and an
allurement to adultery and uncleanness. And
to consent lo have little children perform the
hula before a public audience Is to roll back
the car of our boasted civilization to the be
nighted times of Waawaaiki,
Therefore, as we earnestly desire to advance
our limes in enlightenment, it Is the duty of
every citizen who seeks the prosperity of 11a
waii to stand up and repel such education In
crime as we have just been opposing.
(In the old limes there lived on Hawaii two
brothers of some rank, who bore the name
of Waawaaiki. The older was shrewd and
bright and was accordingly known as Waa
waalkinaatiao, the younger was densely dull
and stupid and was accordingly known as
Waawaaikinaauo. Waawaaikinaaupo there
fore liccamc a proverbial cxpiession for dense
stupidity and datkness. There arc many in
teresting and amusing stories told illustrative
of the incredible stupidity of Waawailklniau
xi. 7'ram. l'ae Aina, Mar. 3, 1SS3.
THE AllOVtlNATIO.V OF LAST SATURDAY.
According to previous announcement a great
feast was spread In the Palace yard last Satur
day, and every body was invited.
If this luau had lieen the only performance.
all had lieen proiier and wc would say nothing
auout it. nut here comes the aliomlnation.
When the feasting was over, the worst sort
of ancient heathenish hulas of this nation were
introduced. It would seem as If they had
been carefully prepared with the greatest fore
thought, for the subjects of the meles chanted
by the hula performers had lieen printed and
bound in a programme subjects ofthe vilest
sort, expressions of the most shameful nature,
which ought not to be spoken by good coplc
obscene thoughts of the grossest and most
polluting sort, such were the ierformances in
the Palace yard last Saturday, In the presence
of a targe crowd of young persons and adults.
The performances lasted from three o'clock in
the afternoon till the midnight hours. The
end of all the performances of that night was
drunkenness. Many were drunk and out of
this grew a disturbance, as w as reported tu us
by those who went there.
Arc these the kind of performances to give
to Hawaii nci the reputation of being an en
lightened nation? Other lands will not find in
such public performances as these a reason for
esteeming us. It is said that when certain
Hawaiians went there and clearly perceived
the character of what was done, ablush of
shame mantled their checks, they cast down
their eyes and averted their faces, sayinc,
"These performances were befitting the age of
Uecpcst darkness, but they are not fit for this
Wc have also heard that a mother took her
little girl from a lmardinf school, where she
was a pupil, to amuse her by the sight ofthe
performances; but when this mother saw what
was being done by this hand of hula dancers,
she immediately turned about and took her
child back lo the school. We cannot withhold
our admiration from others in our midst who
have expressed their detestation of these be
-A'uolo,t, Mar. 3, 1883.
Mr. Editor : Judge Hickcrton says in his
decision in the case of Kawainui versus W. C.
.Parke: "The defendant was not acting as
Marshal of the Kingdom or in any official
capacity whatever. There had been no legal
proceedings or process of law resorted to,
neither was he instructed by anyone in author
ity to take osscssion of the Hiilletin Imard.
I will therefore treat the case as
that of a private citizen, and not as Marshal of
the Hawaiian Islands."
This seems lo inc rather an astounding doc
trine and certainly very ingeniously arranged
to relieve officials of official responsibility in
cases where the authorities think it expedient
so to do. If there Wbcen "legal proceed
ings or process of law resorted to," qj had he
been "instructed by anyone in authority to
take possession of the Hulletin lmard," he him
self would have lieen relieved of responsibilit
in the matter. It was the very fact that he
acted without either "authority," or "legal
process," that constituted the gravity ofthe
offence. Whether theMarshal can be considered
as having acted in his officiaf caiiacity or not,
it is very evident that he himself thought he
was. If he did not think so, he became a
common marauder, and should have been in
dieted for malicious injury, instead of being
made only the subject of a civ it process. If his
official capacity departs synchronously with
any illegal act, it may do so with all and if
that official capacity can immediately again
attach upon the completion of such acts, it
would seem that the Marshal can be officially
responsible for nothing.
The Protestants in Mail rid have a hospital
with eight beds. They found that it would not
do to send their converts to be nursed by sisters
of mercy in the catholic hospitals, as they were
constantly importuned to confess and return to
he church of Koine. Mr. l-Ieilner says he once
lolloweil two sisters in the largest hospital in
Madrid from lied to bed. Theycuricda large
naskct ot clean linen s at each bed they asked
if the paticnl had confessed. If Ihe answer
was in Ihe affirmative he was provided with
clean linen, if the contrary, he got none.
A'. '. Independent,
Mr. Editor: The chief of our hosts, the
once proud commander of our glorious (sixty,
seven men and a boy) standing army, before
whom Ihe nations trembled j the pussant dis
tributor of tax assessor and district j'udge-ships,
even David, our King, has turned over a new
He has become wearied with the vanities
and follies of his past life, and now wishes to
earn his living like an honest man.
Action sjieaks louder than words, and the
country is to be congratulated upon the recent
evidences of reformation. "Hooulu Lahui"
was his original motto, but somehow or other
the thing would never work, and now ''
utu Data " is to be sulistitutcd. Our sire is
now taking a warm interest in the develop
ment of the resources of the kingdom, and as
the means of transportation between Honolulu
and Walanac are entirely inadequate to the
need ofthe teeming thousands of that populous
district, he has given up his pleasure yacht, the
ttetam, ami turned her over into a freight boat
to bring pigs and rice from Waianae. This
self-sacrificing to the interests of commerce
and an extension of the mercantile marine is
only c,alled by his far-sighted endeavors lo
meet the sudden rush of business which must
inev itably follow this dev clopment of resources.
Knowing that the small number of express
wagons In Honolulu would lie unable Indis
pose of the freight and passengers with which
the h'elani would deluge the wharf, he has
generously devoted a oition of his hard-earned
salary tylhe building of new wagons, sufficient
In numlier to meet the emergency.
This development of the mercantile spirit In
our beloved chief is one ofthe happiest slims
of ihe times, aud we beg lo lie allowed to ten
der our congratulation to ihe ticople ami
tnanks to nis graciouj majesty for it.
An unscrupulous opposition has had the lack
ol good iaste to suggest that the Uctant was
turned into a freight boat liecause there was
not sjiare cash enough left from the appropri
ation for expenses of foreign visitors to pay for
nerj ami mat tne express wagon venture Is an
unwarrantable invasion by the executive, of
the means of livelihood of private citUcnsi but
for such we have nothing but scorn, am) hereby
declare them to be the wild vagaries ofdisap
pointcd office seekers and sore heads.
Indies and Gentlemen visiting San Francisco will
find serjr ilesirlble Furnished Rooms F.n Suit and Sin
gle at No. ijj Montgomery St., Corner Hush. Mrs.
T. Honey, formerly of I lonolulu.
A Successful I louse I A Successful House I A striv
ing Instance of success In a Kttail Dry Oooils' way Is
afforded by the Leading Milinery House of Charles J.
Fishel, corner Feet and Hotel streets. The Proprietor
Mr, Fishel has acquired th att of holding custom. Any
Iry Goods House can, by freely advertising, draw cus
tomers, once or twice; but to hold them, ad enjoy their
confidence, calls for the eiereiw of tact and liberality,
Goods must be marVed down and sold for what they
are: never misrepresent any article. That ts ihe policy
of Charles J. Fishel. and that policy has made the firm
one of the greatest in its line, on Ihe leading thorough.
fare of Honolulu. The Leading Millinery Store of
Charles J. Fichel, ts to llonolnlj what Macy't Is to
.ew votlr. Charles J. rlshe! nukes a specially of Mil
hnery, fJTThe store Is one of the sights of the city.
New England Mutual Life Insurance Co.
The thirty eighth annual statement of the old fash
ed rrr mutual life Insurance company whose name
appears above, has been Issued. Organiied in lis)
wnen nine was known by the average public In th!
country at least concerning the advantages of this
most unselfish beneficent principle In lis application foi
the protection of relict dependencies, the old New
Kngland Mutual Life Ins. Co., of Hoston, Massachu
setts, taVes rank among the early ewnents of this im
poitant ausihary to Ihe Interests of virtuous and provi
dent persons, as also communities, upon whom charity
makes many requisitions in favor ofthe "alwavs with
you" unfortunates of eailh. 1 he history of this com
pany shows such a record of management that any
man who contemplates uroviding his dependencies with
the indemnity afforded by life Insurance, may safely
conclude that his contract will be honorably complied
with when Ihe time for payment of his claim shall arrive.
Ilelng strictly mutual by its charter, no stockholders or
other persons whatever are entitled to any advantage,
one over another member. 'I he fact that this company
has uniformly declined to entertain any of the many
schemes, catch penny plans or gilded pill Inducements,
by which to ro In Ihe unwary gudgeon, that are in
vogue by less scrupulous comianies. is of Itself an
evidence of dignified management, as also the best
(wssible argument In favor of its well deserved repula
tlon of high merit, than which no life Insurance insti
lullon eilani stands superior. As will be observed by
the annual statement alwve referred to, the gross assets
of this company on Ihe first of January, i68j, was
$ltj,llo,465.o, against which all liabilities aeeree-ite
Oi574. 57SVM, leaving Ihe handsome surplus on 4 ftr
cent, insis 01 reserve Jj.ojs.Bos 03 or If e.timaled by
ineisew 1 ork slamlaru at 4H per cent., the suplus
would be about roun MILLION dollars, or nearly
onkmjimtfr of Ihe fntikk asskts of Ihe company.
We are not aware of any more desirable institution lo
be insured with lhan the New England Mutual Life
Ins. Co., and we are confident that no honorable lut.
ministration Is eaercised by any corporation lhan lhal
so long expressed by this company under the direction
of V''i Henjamin K. Stevens, whose personal atlen.
tion is not omilted In even Ihe minor details of the
business of his trust. An examination of Ihe applica
tion and form of policy issued by this company Is re
commended before parries insure elsewhere.
.Messrs Castlk & Cooke,
King Street, Honolulu.
Agents lor the Hawaiian Islands.
Will be found available for all necessary information
thai may be desired relating to the affairs of this com
pany, 10 whom application for insurance in or agency
for the New Kngland Mutual Life should be made.
104 Fort Street, Honolulu.
Havintr eomntetnt tl.
Ihe extension of the store, wherebv I have i.ainr.1 nmrl.
necessary arrangements for
more room. !i?)it nnil air in.Lln. tk. ..n .
vi me iium inviting estaoiisnments in Ihe Kingdom, 1
am ready lo show my patrons and the public in gen.
A Full and Well-Aortd Stock,
Which cannot be surpassed in price or quality.
In the Dreaa Goosls Department
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Will be found a good assortment, made out of the
iincM raurics, sucn as :
VASOV VLAIVS, 'W.
Among our numerous TRIMMINGS will be found
RICH ORNAMENTS and
HNK CORD and TASSELS,
In all stiles and colors, to match almost any material.
In the Shoe Department
Will be found a tine assortment of
LADIES', GENTS' andCHILDREN'S SHOES.
Not forgetting that 1 still sustain my reputation for the
best made, bcst-ntling and most complete
Men'a and Boja' Clothing
At figues LOWER THAN EVER, and have now
annexed an extra filling room where the public can as.
sure themselves of a perfect fit before purchasing.
A Trial it Solicited by
3iir A. M. MELLIS.
li. K, ri'rtC, Proprietor.
Having purchased the Hotct-Slrtct Market, 1 lake
pleasure in announcing that I will give the business my
personal attention, and hoi 10 supply the wants of Ihe
public of Honolulu In a satisfactory manner.
BEEF, MUTTON, VEAL. UUstB,
OTHER KINDS OK MEAT FOR THE TABLE
ALWAVS ON HAND.
vjtonvT itr.Lirr.uv mahk.
ORDERS TAKEN BY TELEPHONE
Txis-riioNC, No. jj. 131
QLACKSMITH SHOP FOR SALE,
H'lfa Tools and Stock oh iaHii.
w ... .. II. SEYMOUR.
Walohiou, HawaiL sji'tui
'LECTION OP OFFICERS.
, ,AUh annual meeting of stockholders of the HAIKU
SUOAK COMPANV.lldal the office of the agents
rebruaryio, 1883, the following officers welt choen
u, iiic vitiuina scar I
C. M, COOKE .. .President.
Hon. J. MOITSMIIH. . .Vice-President.
Hon. S. N. CASTLE Treasurer,
j. li. ATHERION Secretary
fc WELLS PfctEKSON Auditor.
I. B. ATHERION .Secretary.
The Ira of Palmer KUhonra
isthis day dissolved by mutual consent.
11 1 . . ISI.nd
Honolulu, Jan. aj, 1883.
I. A. I'ALWsa,
V. W, KnaoiaM,
I,J' Im'W1."4 LMKR H. TIIACHER
nave this day furuxu a co-partnership, under the firm
nameof PALMER a'lHACHKK. " wia
Honolulu, Jan. 95, ,Mj.
THE ABOVE FIRM WI1X OPEN
roa aunxiiS amut
February tt, 18H3,
1 . US rant BtoM, :
HACKFBLD ft Co.,
OFFER FOR SALE
INVOICES OF NEW GOODS,
Just received per Kale and Misf,
Consisting in part of as follows :
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF DRY GOODS,
Denims, Drown and White Cottons, Drills, Tick-
ingi, Turkey Red, Merlnos-black and
colored, 4 qualities, Repps, Alpacas,
Cobourgs, Italian Cloth and
Black, Gros-graln, Fancy, Colored and Striped.
Barege, Crepe, &e.,
Men' Fit rn lull 1 111 Oooils,
Shirts, Woolen, Mlaed. Calico, Hickory, Denlml
ftl-.. M.r nn an., ft...... 11...! .LI... 111....
Bosom Shirts. Socks ft Stockings, Gloves!
Handkerchiefs, Foulards, a large In
voice of CLOTHING consisting
of Fine Black Cloth Coats and
Fanti, Buckskin Sacks,
Fanti and Suits, Felt,
Sacks ft Pants,
Bosr'j Shirts, and
Children'! lark. I. I
R. Coats ft Leggings, Mon.
key and Sailor Jackets, Carpet
Slippers, Silk and I, C. Umbrellas
amlParasols, Fancy and Travelling
..Shwl'. Cotton and Turkish Towels,
White and Fancy Quilts, Felt Rugs and Brus-
sels Carpeting, Silk and Velvet Ribbons, Threads,
White and Fancy Blankets,
Fancy Striped Woolen, two sties.
Scarlet, Orange, White Woolen and a points,
Buttons for Shirts, Coats, Pants, Dresses
Genuine kail de Cologne, Lubin's Ex
tracts. Toilet Soaps I'hifocome. Hair
Oil, Combs, Ixiuking Olssses, Pil.es, I,
K. Halls. Harmnntr.i. ltl.ir.k II....I.
He mi a Furniture,
Extension, Arm, Dining room and Parlor Chairs,
Settees, Mirrors', etc.,
Saddle, Calfuktim, atrlha, Stirrup Leather,
Hemp & I. R. Packing, Coal Haslets,
CRATES OF ASSORTED CROCKERY,
ig Plates, Cups. Teapots. Bowl.
ins. Sample Bottles, Vases and Glassware, Manila
nd Tarred Rope, Coal Hags, Gunnies. T wine,
.ps, Woolpack and Twilled Sacking, Linen Hose
smnes anu iiakers. lleini ohns -1 and s
SUGAR AND RICE BAGS,
of all sires and qualities.
Sardines In half and quarter boxes,
Salt In Jars, Castor Oil In tins. Matches,
Cocoanut OU, Wash Blue. il. White Lead,
Stearine Candles, a, a, and 6, H. Ac P. Biscuit,
Hubbuck's Linseed Paint OU, White Zinc Paint,
German anil Jfavana Clyars,
Plated ware Spoons, Porks, Cruets, Tea
sels. Cups, Napkin Rings, Saltcrs, etc.,
Pocket ami Butcher Knises, Scissors, Sheep Shears,
Needles, Spoons, Piles Spurs, Galvan'red llasins,
Hoop Iron, Keg Rivets, Hammers, Yellow
Melal and Composition Naitv CLirtfiers
Babbitt Metal, Sugar Coolers,, iron
Fire Clay. Blacksmith Coal, Fire Bricks, Tiles,
Empty Barrels, Oak Boats, Ac.
Orders from the other Islands crcfully attended to.
It. ltaekfeld .t Co.
.! ire are making n change tit ourlutlneti.
WE HAVE TO REQUEST
All Peraosu Owing Us Freight Bills
TO SETILE THE SAME
Within Thirty Day from Date,
T. R. FOSTER CO.
Honolulu, February 19, 1883. "Jo-l
OTICB OF INCORPORATION,
Notice If. licreLv f!vn thf. ft wnmtne rsol.l tn
Honululu. on the loth dav c.f V'cLruarv. 1881. nt a.ta.
tcriUrt tu the ock. of th INI KK-ISl-AND fl KAM
NAVIGATION COMPANY (l.imtd), it wai voted
to accept si chirttr of incorporation granitd u them
and their astoUatta by the MmiMtr of th Interior, by
and with lh content of the King In prWy council,
under the corporate name and ttyU ol the liiterlUiuJ
Si earn Navigation Company, on ihe 7th day of rcU
nary. 1M3, and that the trorporation under taid charter
luvivuiun wrgtu.wcij iikii ana ciccica me lUkiwlng of
T. R. FOSTER. ...
W. II, CODrREY,
O. N. WILCOX
Notice Is further given that, pursuant, to the lerms of
mu iiuncr, 110 siucsnoiuer snail likliimually be UaUe
f the debts of ihe cororalioa beyond Ihe amount
which shall be due upon the share or shares held or
owneu oy niuiseu. J. rsA, Jr., Secretary,
A COMFORTABLE HOME I
The undersigned haa recently filled up
Inelegant style, the large roomy Collage fosmeily be-
longing 10 tne Lcuiun estate, on Nuuanu street,
UyonJ the Coiuuurcial Hotel prewltes,
M the purpoee of conducting
A smpsurior lodglag Houst,
The nameof this rdeasant retreal Is lU "WII1TV
HOUSE." Ii cannot be surpassed In the kingdom for
IVWMt mm iic,uuuies.
THE GROUNDS ARE SPACIOUS
and ornamented wills shade tree.
Persona of scsbecsabiliiv msv alwatt. L mr if !...
fid hotae there. A aiuuig-fuons U set efo1 lur the con.
venUnc. of guaus. A FEW MOKlTkOOMS ARE
YACANI, ferns always Moderate.
MRS. J. T. WHITE, Proprietor.
aasTMluayof our readers will remember Mw. Ul.lo
aa brvorietor of the kjdaijur hosue u i'ort u,mi a.1.
Joining Ihe FeJUaeoa sialics, which h tutb a com.
lostaUe fcosne under bet aaanageraeat. lls.ios
EPSOM SALTS, IN UOXES OR SMALL
Fackagu. rws)bysklM.Ca ill
Th ii mil n I, February, H'Jil
AT to A. M., AT SALHStOOM,
I F P. ADAMS. Auctioneer
JTH XJ Tt, TVT. rJT TJ U, E
Ily onler of Ihe Assignees ofthe Fstale ol T. 11. I!UR.
(IkSS, a bankrupt, I ill sell at auction,
Momlti.v.ritiMjIi 1, IHHfi,
At lo A. ., on the premises,
At Ihe carpenter shop, HOTEL STREET, and at the
hou-e nearly opposite,
The following articles!
4 Step t.adders, J Carpenters' flenches,
l Rough Desk, a Carpenters' Laddeis,
Il Kegs Nails, ijackscrews,
I Cae, is Drawers, Carpenters' Hardware,
1 Sheets Roofing, Coil Wire, Talks and Nails,
6 Carpenters' Horses, i Chair, lts of Lumber,
4 Hundlrs fence Pickets,
3 Fence Diggers, Spades,
STRAW AND SPRING MAtTRESSES,
9 Hed.teads, g Pillows, 8 Sheets, ) Mosquito Nets,
II Chairs, J Small llureaus, 5 looking (Wastes,
I Chamber Set, 1 lounge, I Slove, 6 Tables,
1 Ijmps, 1 Safe Closet, I Marbletop T able,
6 Chairs, 3 Pitchers, I Clock,
6 Ewers and llasins.
A lot of Crockeryware, Knives and Forks.
Also, Ihe unespired l.eae of Premises on the corner
or Union and Hotel streets, occupied byT. II. llurgess
asn lodging house, the same having three years to run,
from March 1, 1883, nt a rental of Jjo ier month.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
KULAOKAHUA and KAHAWALI
AT AUCTION ON
Salurtlau, Mareh nth, at J!l M.,
AT MV SALESROOM, ON QlirN STKFHT,
THE TWO LOTS, Nos. 310 and 3J0, Kulaotahua
1 tains, on I.unahto and Kimu streets, measuring
150x410 feet, and containing
Sixty Thousand Square Foet
Nearly one and one half acres.
Also, that certain PIECE OK LAND at Kahawali,
known as S. D. Ill-Knots' homestead, situated In Ihe
rear of I Ion. Simon K. Kaai's residence, containing an
area of of an acre, with the
Bulldlnga and Improvement Thereon,
TWO COTTAGES AND OUTHOUSK.S.
Kor particulars, inquire of A. J. CartIs right; Esq.,
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
In accordance wiih an order m;i.l l.vtrn. linn It It
s-iumiii, justice 01 inc auprcme Uourt. silting in pro-
A.... t....; . I- .1 n - ---..-. .a,
.-,,... misuse iKncu win xrii ai iiuuiic auction, on tne
,'iiiiiiks, u, inc icmucusvc 01 me iaie
C. T. DILLINGHAM.
The following property, on
IVeilnesilay, March J4, ISS.'l :
A HEAUTIFUL HOME.
Property of the late C. T. Dillingham, situate on Col.
LEGE AvENUlt, adjoining the property of Dr.
J. M. Whitney on Ihe north, and II. F,
Dillingham on Ihe south.
Sire of LOT, 130 feet front and s feet deep, well
fenced and water laid on from Government pis. 'I he
pWELLINR-HOUSE remains seven rooms, besides
Ilathroom, Pantry and Kitchen.
There are good outbuildings, consisting of servants'
house, carriage-house, stalls for two horses, feed room,
harness room, etc. 'Ihe buildings are all nearly new,
and in i;ood condition. Title in fee simple.
Houm Pnroltnre to lie Soldi
One Itcdroom Set, one Iron Single Bedstead,
One lounge, one Cane Sofa,
Two Illack Walnut Rockers,
lllack Walnut Cane-Seat Chairs,
Two Children' Rockers.
One Center Table, marble top;
One Small 1 able, marble top;
One lllack Walnut Katenslon Dining Table.
One j-IJght Chandelier, '
One liming room Lamp,
One Chest of Drawers, lot of Pictures.
Lot of Orookeryware,
One Stove, I Ualh Tub, i Canal Harrow, r lot of
iuu, nuuwr nose, i c-arriage .Mare, i Mailille .Mare,
l Phaeton, Set of Harness, r Saddle and llridle.
II. F. DlLLINGIIASI,
, , , S. L. DlLLINGIIASI,
Administrators of the estate of C, T. Dillingham.
, , , E. P. ADAMS,
Honolulu, February as, 1883.
UNNY BAGS FOR SALE
H. HACKTELD A OO.
House and Lot For Sale.
I am Instructed by J. C, GLADE, ESQ , ti olTer at
private sale his handsome residence,
Corner of J mid and Llllha Streets.
This property ts lirthe healthiest part of the city. 1st
facilities for drainage are peifect, guaranteeing thereby
perfect ftecdoni from malaria.
The nrosnecl eomnurutc a nRMnilTl'ttl. Vlt-'IV
of the city and harbor, as well as fire cimss line, from
iicu t.Muiuiiu iisauioine svaianae Aiounlalns.
The main house is large and commodious, faithfully
built three years ago, ami is
FINISHED IN HANDSOME S1VI.E,
With every convenience, lift, arul rrJ.I w,i . Ul
on the Hath rooms in both stories, (ias, ali, is laid
on, with over Ally lights, through the whole house,
with elegant chandeliers In the principal rooms.
On the main floor will be found a large Parlor and
.inuig.ruuai, fining room, nan, aiOMi.uito-room,
Children's Dining rouin, Ualh room, 'I wo Itedrooms,
Closet, and a Pamry,Two Store rumas and Kilihen,
altaclicU to main budding, but under a separate roof.
On the second floor, wnich la reached bya convenient
stairway from the hall, are 1 wo l-args Itedrooms, xux;
also, rise goud-sUcd llcdrooms, Verandah room, Italb.
room and Closet.
The main house it about 70 feel front and t feel
Ihe Kitchen Is conveniently arranged, with a fine
cooking range, with hot water attachment.
On the grounds are 1 wo Cottages, with verandah,
and a well built Stable, wiih accuinmoiLillofi for three
horses and carriages, as w ell as three rooms fur servants.
There Is, alau, a small building lor Ihe Ca Machine.
Ihe k Is 31) feet on J odd street and about 350 lee
on Liliha street, containing an area of four acres.
Parlies desiring tosUU the proerty can ilu so upon
application 10 Mr. Adams.
A portion of the purchase money can rcruabi upon
mortgage for one or two years Apply to
im E. P. ADAMS. Auctioneer.
EW BEDFORD AND SAN FRANCISCO
6 Thread to tH Inches,
Also, HEMP CQKDAGE of American and Russian
RUSSIA DOLT ROP,
MANILA HOLT ROPE,
SE1ZIN0, MARLIN, HOUSLIN,
All ot which will U sJd as low as vsTcred by other
panics, la quauluiss desired.
' HOLLKS CO.
THIS (Saturday) EVEKINQ
MARCH ioth, at SEVEN O'CLOCK,
AT HF.AVUU HI.OCK,
Nest door lo O. V. Macfarlane Co., wilt be Sold
A LARGE C01.I.PCTI0.V OK
FINE OIL PAINTINGS,
KI10NV AND CULT MUSIC STANDS,
KIIONV AND GILT EASELS,
A-oaortocil. Placeivieii, X3tc.
K. P. ADAMS, Auctioned.
RTGACEES' NOTICE OF SALE.
1 ,'!"&, fl?"!?'u",ofmOTKe''y'l'ntionofWONO
L.HJNI, A CO., Ihe mortgagees named in a cerlsln
mortirice dated March in. ft, mvI. I... AllltMA
and AKANA lo said Wong l.eong ft Co., recorded In
Ihe Registry of Deeds, Honolulu, In Hook J3, pages
'jo, aji anil 3i, will sell at public auction, on
SATURDAY, MARCH 10th,
At 12 o'clock noon,
At my salesroom, all Ihe right, title and Interest of said
Akana and Ahuna in and to the following
Leases, Premises anil Property
In said mortgage described :
flRST Lease of J. kupau to Akana and Ahuna,
March a6, 18S0, of all lhal laud at Kaluanul. Koolau.
loa, Oahu being Anana I, Uoval i'alenl, No. 4787,
Kuleana Helu B164. '
Srconii-Lease of J. Kupau to Akana and Ahuna,
December si, 18S0, of all lhal land at Kaluanul, Koo.
lauloa, Ojhu, lmg Apuna j, Roval Patent, No. 4787,
Kuleana Helu 8164. "
1882, of all the share, nchl, title and Interest of S
Makulu of. In and lo ihe Ahupuaa of Kaluanul, Koo.
.,rP,iRT"r,,;,;:rM,of,K:,Jvl,m:i",lho ,0 Anuria, October
11, 1881, oT all ofthe land of Kapamawahn at Kaluanul.
Koolauloa, Oahu, recorded in Regislryof Deeds, Hon
lulu, in Hook 72, pages 91S and n).
,lA,jrT"VCa,f ?f-'' Nao,ie' M,IU S- Kapiloho
10 Ahuna, dated August 31, iBSl.of all I hat land siiuale
at Kaluanul, Koolauloa, Oahu. containing about iU
acre.; recorded in Registry of Deeds in Book V7.
luges 995 and 926. ' '
Sixth Then, win I. .i.i . .i.. .t ..
., ... ,. y, ,: "V ," mc lime ami
i.bce, VV orking Osen, 1 lorses. Agricultural Implements,
Houses, Hags of Rice and Paddy.
samm-i fcit",. P",1:ula. w1y to W. AUSTIN
win 1 ifsii, iM , attorney for mortgagees, or
U E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
T-ALO PATCHES AND LAND
Ily order of A. TV. Pierce, Esq , attorney in fact for.
ELLEN H. DEAN,
I WILL OKfER AT PUBLIC AUCTION
SATU11DAY, MAJICUJ7, ISS.'l,
At 11 o'clock noon, at my salesroom.
All the right, title and interest of the said Ellen 11.
Dean In and to the following described
Rojal Patent jC8-Flve KALO PATCHES near
l-llina street, Honolulu; area, 700 fathoms.
Rojal Patent aifr-Four KALO PATCHES near
l.iliha street, Honolulu; area, ,SA of an acre.
Koval Patent 346a
1. Kato and Pasture Land in llauhauko!:area, in
a. Kaloand Pasture Land, in Niupalpai; area 64s
3. Kaloand Pasture Land in Niupalpai; area, 105
Rojal Patent 1451 Four Kalo Patches in Hauhau.
Voi; area, rVfl of an acre.
Roial Palem jooi-One House Ut In Hauhaukol!
area, of an acie.
DEEDS AT EXPENSE OF PURCHASERS.
Kor further pautculars, apply to A.
Lsi , or to
D. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
AT THE RESIDENCE OF
A. LOEWENBEBO, ESQ.,
A'u. tot llerrtunlit Street,
ON ACCOUNT Or DEMKTUE,
On Saturday, March 10, 1S83,
At to o'clock a. ii., I will sell the entire
NEARLY Nr.W, AND IN PERFECT ORDER,
RMX!'"" !',lor Su!," ln w silk. 7 pieces ;
l'hck .!".'" '" ' "-h .tale Glass,
Ebony Tables, maible lops;
II. W. Center Tables, pnrlor Rug,
I hree Chandeliers, Steel Engravings,
Ircncli Mamie Clock, in rfect order;
""5."l i,w'u Kmbroideied Curtains,
I wo Hair Cloth Iaunges, Rocker,
I. W. Chairs, r lower Pots and Stands,
j-arte Minor, ChcAunltr, llracket Lamp,
lied Quiiis, It W. Carved llcdrnom Set, 8 pieces;
Spring Mattresses, Mosquito Nets,
A ..' W' '"'"' wun mattresses, etc., complete;
Oae Cradle, comidete, with mattress, lc,i
Library Lamp, Hlankets, Coverlets, Chamber Set,
Writing Desk, II. W. iMbsr Dining labU,
II. W. iklcbuurd. Chairs, Wardrobe,
table Cover, 'lablesiioons,
Dining and Dcsarrl Knives and Furls,
Crockery and Glassware, a PerauibuLlors,
Child's Chair, Meat Safe, Refrigerator,
Water Filler, Move and Kitchen Ware,
llaskcl Lamps, Lanterns, Rubber Hose, etc.
K. p. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
OtHerul MercuutUeHHd CommlloH Ayenl
QuaM SrmiT, IloNon'tii.
i 0ltZ'XlF' C J"""' J,' KtaUeni and manager;
IcwephO. Carter, treasurer and secretary. Ihrectots!
lions. Chaa. R, llishopand II. A. P. Carter, ise
art prepare lo furnish Hhhs
mules for Mitel
With or without Cars and Lwumoiivea. SftitUf
ADAPIED IOR SUGAR PLANTATIONS.
Permanent Railways, and Locomotives and cats. TrsI.J
liou fciuiuiet and Kowd '- JltT. &,"
Ploughing auj Cultivating Machinery? fun.
able Lnginea fur ail purposes, WtMuta
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