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SATURDAY. MARCH it, iMt,
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for publication, CorrMtiondeiitt ar. requested to
append their true names to all communication',
not for publication neerasarlly, bnt as a guarantee
that Hi Mtlitrr la actinic In good faith,
I). N. I'tltncr illcil l.il cvcnlnu.
I'. O. Hull, hitvlnu resiijrictl n a trustee of
O.1I111 C'rillrcr, V. O. Stnllli lias licen cleclctl
to tucccril lilin.
V. (1 Irwin nml
V.. V. Macf.1tl.1nc cm-
liaikctl l.nl Ttintl.i
!l.iy nficrniKin on the atwmcr
irtniijlit's fun on Hawaii.
.lltili for n U,
1 lie Atololtl will lake In the leper settlement
on Moloknl to ilay Jo unfortunate.. Neat
Monday It will proli.itily take 5omorr,
Suntl.iy, nt Port-SI. C'lmrcli, Mr. Cruraii will
preach nt the mii.il hour. Tlicmc of evening
senium, "J win nml til Modern Imitators."
Iter Majesty went to K0I1.1I.1 l.nl Tucvl.iy,
accompanied by Mlnlilcr of die Interior Hush,
to visit tier fitter, the I'rinco Kckatilikc, who
Iliraklni; grmiml for the Cnmplicll Mock,
southeast corner of I'ort and Merchant streets,
was liecun on the line of Mcrch-tnt street l.it
The arlclan well licliij; Uircil In Thomas'
Square I now .OJ feet, and piped completely
to the Imtloui. Water was slrtick last cvenlnj;,
nnd llils motnini; ilic from n iilnc-inch-plpc.
At the wclhallcndcd hand conceit at I'mim
Snuare, last Saturday, a scnsllilc rule was en
forced requiring chicle in passing around the
square to enter hy the maLti idc nnd keep the
line continuou from angle to angle.
There will lie no imi!c thi nflcrnoon in
Kmina Square, n Ilcrger' band will he In at
tendance nt the opening of the I.unalllo Itninc,
nt 4 l'. M, The Innd will give an extra con
cert in Dnma Square, Monday evening.
A pirty, completely urpriing to the recipi
ent, wa given lat Wednesday evening nt the
lioine of 0. W. Ashley, the occasion bcine
hi 28lh birthilay. Dancing, conversation ana
refreshment made up the evening's merry
Kor sci en week preceding the week just
past the trade winds have been conspicuous by
their absence. They began last Sunday and
have steadily prevailed since then to the
cooling comfort of the community nnd the ac
tive ngitntion of the dust.
The United States Consulate flag i neither
new nor natty. The l'esi has too great re
spect for Consul McKlnlcy to miirccst that the
llag is not neat; hut, nppaicntl), it is quite as
mature nnd vastly more weathci licatcn than is
tnc wormy Head 01 the ollice
This afternoon, at . o'clock, the I.unalilo
Home will he cipen to sisitors, and ought to be
ell worthy n islt from very many in the com
munity. Asnn additional inducement, n lunch
will be spread. The Home will lie opened for
IMc reception 01 pauper on the lirst proximo.
The disease prevalent nmong horfes here is
not sufficiently pronounced as set, fairly to lie
determined. '"Coquette" is said to base died
of "equine consumption." Whether Judge
llickcrton's hoise diet! of glanders, or not wa
an open question, but ha been decided in the
Mrs. Wilkinson' formal millinery opening
of the good selected by Mrs. M, A. Das-is in
San Francisco, and brought down hy her in the
XejanJi'a, took place last Monday. The new
stock consists of an inPnitc -aricty of patterns
nnd t)Ics, in lionncts,hats, trimmings, flowers,
feathers anil ornaments.
Two little natisc children on Thursday last,
having found a loaded gun cartridge in the
Government Building ).inl, were proceeding to
examine the contents of the same, when it ex
ploded. Iloth children were severely though
not dangerously injured. Their wounds were
dressed by Doctor McGrew.
A portion of the old Custom House wharf
was broken clown by a load of ballast
gravel from the bark lltrmann, last Thursday
morning. The wharf has done its share of
duty, and ought to lie replaced by a structure
as good for this tiny and generation as the old
wharf has been in the past.
Our diminutive though gallant contempora
ry, the Bultttin, has succeeded in convincing
the proprietors of nil of the local coach lines
to announce their destination by a conspicuous
sign. An appreciativctravcling public ought to
present the rcportonal relormer with a season
ticket for every "bus in town.
The flags of the various consulate offices
were at half-mast last Wednesday, in
respect to the memory of Mr. Jason l'crry,
Consul for l'oitugal, who died suddenly Tues
day evening, aged fifty-three. Mr. Perry has
licen a resilient 01 tne Inlands lor neatly tlurty
three years. He was a quiet, law-abiding cit
izen and neighlior. He leaves a large family.
Oahu Collcce and Tort-Street School met in
friendly battle of foot-ball, last Saturday. The
Fort-street boys captured the honors of the
first rally, a long tug of two hours duration
The second game was won by the same team
In considerably less than an hour, llovs who
can play foot-ball and enjoy it in this climate,
have in them the true grit of successful men
phvstcally, at (east.
The great steam stone roller is doing gallant
duty on roit street. 1 tie portions 01 tne work
already completed present a creditable appear
ance. The proof of a macadam road is in "the
evenness of its wear," as road builders phrase
It. If a road it properly laid there can lie few
ruts, as the stones which form the bed are of
too equal size to be readily displaced by travel ;
and once "packed" they stay so till worn
Bv the Ilritisli steamer GUntltr. which ar
rived Thursday, came 475 Chinese, including
15 women, inesenew workers nave not vet
been placed ; but the majority will probably
find emplov ment on the plantations of Maul,
Hawaii and Kauai, There are to follow by
the TWiV, .-triitic and JfjJmt, at least 1500
Chinese. It is said that tooo Japanese are on
the way, or soon alwut to sail. About 500
1 ortuese and other foreign laborers are en
route ior Hawaiian jhiiis,
The Punahou I'lciuralory School closed its
lirst term a week ngo vestcnuy. lite two
teachers, Mini Moore and Miss Storrs, have
had over forty pupils, and the instruction has
been most thorough. The next term of ten
weeks will begin Monday, April 9th. As the
100ms are not large it looks now as if some
who expect to enter next fall may find the
school too full to admit them. Oahu College
closest its short term (or Spring vacation last
Tuesday. The vacation will continue until
Africa and Asia came to blows list Wednes
day afternoon, at the intersection of Queen and
Fort sticcts. Two members of the un-chain
gang wcte plaving at street work, with never
an overseer in sight. The Chinese was doing
a. minimum of woik, the negro n maximum
of "bossing," At last, for some unexplained
cause, the Afrlc struck the Asian three swift
blows In tne lace. Hits the imtuman resent
ed by stepping luck and gathering some stones
ptciuratory to action. At that the negro
took to his heels and left his fellow-prisoner
master of the situation. One of the city police
is said to have been an aduiiiing spectator of
One o'l the night watch on the (I i.Vjm G,
Jmi'ti. last Sunday evening, noticed a suspi-
cious-lookiiii! man on tiuard. The stranger
stated that tie was watchman on the Janus
Main, which lay alongside the mitt trans-
fcriing sugar. During the evening nearly all
the cood ciothliu; of the rutu't steward, II,
L. Metrison, was stolen, presumably by the
suuHcious-Iouking stranger. The stolen cloth-
Ibs contained a pockctbook and bunch of keys,
valued br the loser above the clothing taken.
If the thief be uciitly repentant to send the
wticles, with 01 wimout tne ciotncs, to tne 01
f"c"f U"' f' '' ( , Mr M
will I Midgut f,,r th' famr.
I'oiir ami forty ituMrcn, apparently rariKinR
I in 9;e from fwrr In fourteen, eliapernnrd by
' ..I........ !.,! .. . ...L. .. aMAt-ww.
iiniiii .iitiT, ,reri ill wiemi nK iirMii,it
tent .1 merry day l
KapirilanI park l!
week llM liren the I
necmrimi of vari'M millnu, little and H.
Anotlttr tenle, r,r children fliirfly, toH
place yralenlay nt the grimnd of Mr, I-wfra,
Walklkl. Anil thrrr are to I several inform!
Iih-nlcftlrs. up the valley and alotif tbr Wai
Ikl liritrh In tiny, in one of which royally ami
diplomacy convivially will jtrin.
II. I', Hitler ft Co. ripened Ihelr drew
1111M111' room. Ill connection willi Ihelr I'ort
utrret lorr, l.nt Monday. Tlte room, oc
cupy an area nlnmt fifty feet qure, divided
inlo live room: n reception room, cultine and
filling room, nnd Iwo woik room. On hi re
turn by the tliitiilhi Mr. Wolminglon wa nc
romnnleil by Mr. II. (1, Small ami Ml
l.aihrr Join, now installed in III' new estab
lishment, the former a uierintendcnt, the
latter at filter. Kachofthr new helpers brings
lo her new field an estcnslve experience in Sun
I tiiriro and nlhcr American held. The
rooms arc tattrfully fitted, with farihtir fur
full Irnglh display and artificial light for (fie
letting of shade of rotor. In ronneclion with
Ihcir new departure In costuming, the firm has
Increased it stork of dry good and furriUh
ing goods, making an atlrarllve showing fur
any town of Honolulu' imputation. The slock
1 imperially rich in window late, hanging,
Irnpcry ami decorative trimminga. 'I lie pro
prlctnr claim to be able to furnish any tlesign
required in embroidery on woolen, silk, cam
bric or any other labile, through Ihelr San
i:.i.sri:u At' inn I'liintrnni.
Al the llrlhcl, the nnthem, adilrcs and
hymns were npprDprlatc to the day; but there
wa very little done In the way of l-istcr dec
oration. There wa no special leister music at the
Roman Catholic Church. Unlike last year, no
ladle ting In the choir. The usual High Ma
At ths praise sen ice al the Fort -street Church,
across the upiicr front of the organ wa the
molloi "Christ our l.ortl Is risen to-day." 'Ihc
choir screen was lined with palms, flanking and
forming a hickgmund for the pulpit. Ixing
streamers of green wcte stretched from bracket
to bracket around the walls. Several great
vase of fern nnd flowers, chiefly lilie, were
placed near the pulpit desk. 1 he exercise
faithfully followed the programme printctl in
these columns last week. Musically considered,
the anthem, "Thank be lo God," seemed e-
penally pleasing. I he pastor s address was
'I he 1 1 o'clock Faster Service at St. An
drew's Cathedral wa largely attended nnd en
joynble. The church wa tastefully decorated
won nowcis, iciiii, creepers, pninis iinti 111c
like. I lie tont wa well nigh, hidden under a
load of bloom, so were the outlines of the pul
pit. The rood screen wa festooned with flow
ers, antl surmounted by a floral cross. Wreaths
and 1111 01 parti-colorctl blossoms nung Irom
the cliandclicrs. nut Ihc altar and the conlig
u rations of the rcictlos were most lavishly nnd
most successfully decorated, the work of the
Sisters of Saint Andrew's I'riory. The flowers
chiefly empIo)cd were lilies, roses, geraniums
and alamandas. Besides its floral trappings
the Cathedral was beautified by appropriate
Faster mottoes. Over the altar was the in
scription "I am alive forevcrmore." Hack of
the chancel rail, to the left and right of the
altar, facing the congregation, were these lines:
"If)cbe risen with Christj" "Seek those
things which are above." In other1 portions of
the church were inscriptions. The decoration
of the cathedral was a lalior of love on the
part of many active workers in its congrega
tion, nnd reflected the good taste of those who
designed, suienntcnded and earned it out.
Two additional stores arc being built at Ma-
kapala for Hawaiian aspirants to mercantile
A I'apaikou correspondent fears that a dry
spring is threatened. He write that water
for lluming purposes is already scarce.
The terminus of the railroad at Niulii, Koha-
la, with its various buildings, is giving this
part 01 the district quite a village-like appear
The weather in Hilo district for March has
been unusually pleasant. Kain is much needed.
and unless some falls soon many mills vv ill have
to stop grinding.
The l'ress has lieen informal that C. F
Hart, of Kohala, has voluntarily increased the
allowance of sugar from cane ground at his mill
to nine-sixteenths, the allowance having been
one-nan. 1 tie increase is n handsome one, and
will doubtless be appreciated by Mr. Hart's
A correspondent, signing himself or herself
"lusticia, writes Irom Kohala charging of
fenses against sworn officers of the law. The
l'ress can not print anonymous communica
tions; but will give the letter place when our
rules, as published at the head of this depart
ment, arc complied with.
Cocoanut Island, in Hilo Hay, has been re
cently a great resort for picknickcrs. It has
fifty-live trees; plenty of nice grass; the
beach is in many places sandy and excellent
for bathing; pretty shells are often found and
the place is altogether attractive. The island
is small, yet it justifies the old saving that the
licst goods are sometimes done up in the small
est parcels. The Hilo folks say that a trip to
Cocoanut Island is worth half a dozen profes
The silver wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
V.. Richardson was celebrated at their resi
dence, Hilo, on the evening of Friday the 16th
inst. They were married by the late Titus
Coan. The affair was intended as a surpijsc
party, but, like many "surprises," the secret got
out just in time not to surprise anyone, v cry
much. At the residence the guests were wel
comed by Mr. and Mrs. Richardson. Rev. F.
1'. Ilakcr addressed the company very pleas
antly ami appropriately. -Invitations were sent
only to the oldest friends. All seemed delight
ed to congratulate those who for twenty-live
vcarj have lived together so pleasantly. Some
of the guests were also present at their mar
riage. Many silver presents were given. Among
those who attended were C. C. Kennedy, L.
Severance, Kev. W. It. Oleson anil wife, J.
Reinhardt, Judge F. S. L) man and wife, Capt.
J. E. Fldarts, C. N Arnold and wife, W. l
Rose and wife. Judge G. W. A. Hapai and
Mrs. Lee 1-oy, I.. K. Swain, If. Deacon and
Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Maby.
tiik m'K.v.VM uvi:.Tiox.
UniroKSsTURIJAV 1'resSi The very wool
"leprosy" is becoming distasteful to many, and
is sufficient to cause an article In which it oc
curs to be passed by unread. Hut it is a sub
ject which will not pass by or be passed by.
If this country is to continue to hold the po
sition it now docs, a change has got to be
brought about in the method of treatment of
leprosy. Without desire to animadvert upon
the present or any former Hoard of 1 Icalth, the
cITorts whiJi have licen made, and which are
now lieing made are entirely inadequate to the
importance of the matter. It is not a question
which can be deferred for future consideration.
The results of the hatf-hcarted attempts that
have been made at segregation are not to be
taken as criteria of what can be accomplished.
The custom now is to tclea.e those brought in
as lepers, if thcie is a doubt as to their having
the disease. This is entirely wrong. If lep
rosy is to lie stamped out, it is by organized,
s)slcmalic and continued eflott. It can only
be done by s)stcmatically treating every one
who is suspected or shows any signs of thedii
case. This can be done In hospitals and in no
Why is not the appropriation made for that
purjwse extx-nded? I ak Mr. Gibson, who
has said so much about this very question, why
he neglects the opportunity to fulfill that which
he has so often promised, viz 1 tQ do all and
evcr)llung tliat lay within his power to stay
this disease. There may be partisan feeling
concerning the methods and policy of govern
ment, but for God's sake do not let us subordi
nate the treatment of leprosy to politics. Mr,
Gibson may have been misrepresented in some
of his acts, and may have reasons which, if
made public, would show why something more
effective is not being done. If he have such
reasons, fn the name of humanity and for the
good of their nation, let them be made public.
An appropriation his licen made, the prcper
expenditure of which aims at the very founda
tion of leprosy. This appropriation has not
been used. Why is it not used? If there is
no money to meet it, the administration ought
to say so. An) thing U preferable ti suspense,
and the feeling Out action which might and
ought to be taken is not taken.
Tin: ,v,r ;: ..
( .ch luded fr m '
flip Ki wens nil
7IIP TRAf K
Tfil -mHI nf ih jl,lfltf ranL la all fiaitav.
,,nllv mutilw lh UhoWio wa a N'hi.
,j ,Mf. I)n li nrrf iIhhw ant ,tlr,nlli ht
knowieilKe itml VIII, Irtut he sliotihl maVr tmb
He (he ahird ltrment, anl declare them
true. Il I n fahrilMtlon, not merely a lrtjht
eirnr, Iwt eoflinlete llne of faltehciods from
tiewnnlna to erw. ITir w error ?'. I
Actio the h'nk any llial I.lliollho Inlicrl I
(if Umi from lit mother Keopuolan), who
leo ill Kami irnm ni moiner isenpwtnm, wno
innenun net irom rviwaia s iini-aeriion
Ihl. Ilowi, ittlmi Keoptilanlinherllnlthisl
kaim froin Klwlo, inee Klwalnodir.1 In Ul '
lie here at Mokunlwl? I here I n., Irihlllion I
of the trnrerof these laim to Kiwalao, a1
the heir of hi father Kalanlmmii, evendown I
to the time, of hi denlh. t.lhohh rereitnl hi
kapti rnoe, hiskntw welaprevfouly explained.
Trans. also hi kapti linino a kaptt tint mide
him rrrd, 'I r,m. all these he received or In
herited from those who at that lime iioenl
them, alv) hi kapu were amplified at Iini
hau by Katnrlrameha not by hi llnij the
on of Kcopuolanl anil the grandson of Kiwa
lao, This 1 eiror No 1 on tlieiiurl of the A';
Am that count for thl ide of the argument.
Here I anotner error. 1 lie Aroxwr say
that Kckuoknlani't wohl kapu wa from his
father, Knlaninulmalokuloku, which descended
to hi children horn of various chiefly women,
and thus it came down to hi chiefly grand
children (or other chlchsh descendant) now
living, All render or ancient (Ilawjlian) his
tory know that Kcktiaokalsni wa the the hrst
lrn of Karnehamcha I. Kckuaokalani wa a
sort of son of hi, but Karnehamcha tlid not
leave hi Kapu Wohl to Kckuaokalani. Two
chiefs cannot oe this kapu (Wohi) at the
wiiif time, but only one, anil that wa Karne
hamcha I. Karnehamcha I diet) at Karnak.v
honu in 1819, ami he did not say to Ihc chief,
" I am living and my Kapu Wohl shall liclong
to Kckuaokalani." Not so. Hi command
were two. Mt. Regarding the Government;
and. Regarding hiTxinc. Wcli.ivcsaldtli.it
it wa at I.iniliau, in Kailua, Kona, Hawaii,
that I.ihnliho obtained the Kapu Moc, Kapu
Wela, and the Kapu I toano, and that these
were conferred upon him by those who had the
keeping of these kapu, And it was when he
incrcaserl hi kapu by that of Knmchamcha,
then il was that Kamchamehi gave his Kapu
Wohl to I.ihnliho, for he put him on hi
I high, anil (hen he placed him on his back and
hound aliout his loins the pa'ti (skirl) of the
Kapu Wnh!. That was the time when the
Kapu Wohi was transferred to I.iholiho.
Where then was the kapu of Kckuaokalani ?
It was a vcar alter thl mil Kckuaokalani en
gaged in battle with I.iholiho at Kuamoo. He
1i1t.1l without the Kapu Wohi. The kapu was
given to I.iholiho to whom they were fitly
transferred. I.ct the h'lioloa answer this ques
tion. What was the nature of the Kapu Sohi,
to whom did it belong in ancient time and to
whom doc it liclong at the present lime? We
deny that il liclong to the descendants (grand
children) of Kckuaokalani at the present time;
in fact Kckuaokalani has no descendants liv
ing. This side scores one more and tallies
against Ihc Kuoloa error No, 3.
Again it is said that Keawenui gave his Ka
pu Moc to Kalanlnuiiamatnao, his first born,
and Ins Kapu vohl he gave to hecaumoku,
111s sun ny rsiiiauiKuiiicieieini. lietc aivj is
another great untruth told by the Kuokoa. Ke
awenui did not give his Kapu Moc to Kalaninui
iamamao, hut it was Kckcalani the mother of
Keawc who gave it to him. This is a fine
statement. What Keawenui was this? Itisa
blundering, slovenly, foreign sort of a way this
of writing his name Keawenui. The correct
way is to write it Keawc and separate the word
great (nui) otherwise his name might as well lie
caller Kcawekckahialiiokamoku. (Keawc-a-ccrtain-king-of-thc-Island).
To call him Ke
awenui is a blinder; an illogical error which
shows the ignorance of the writer in the ii'nu
Im. We can declare that these assertions of
the Kitokoa are misleading, antl score this as
error No. 4 of the Kuokoa.
Here is another error. The Kuoloa sas :
"The kapu of the old chiefs of Hawaii-nei
that have lieen maintained in their purity have
by no means lapsed, and their descendant
now living have a right to claim them. Hut
the descendants of those high chiefs who have
formed unions with those of a lower rank than
themselves, and their offspring with those still
lower in rank, and so on down, until they
have intermarried with commoners, can by no
mean claim these sacred attributes (kapu).
Yet they arc assuming these kapus whilst they
utterly lack the flavor and awesomeness of
chiefly rank having the appearance of chiefish
ncss, vet are, in truth, only of common blood.
Thus it is unliecoming to ascribe these kapus
tothoso-who have no title 10 them. For a
clique of individuals to seek to make sacred,
to ascribe to or confer these kapus upon one
who has no title to them, is a fraud, a theft.
and such an attempt will confer no attribute of
sacredncss, nodrcad personal inviolability upon
those w ho do not rightfully inherit them from
remote antiquity. At another time w c shall
bring forward the name or names, perhaps,
from among Hawaii's chiefs now living who
are entitled lothcsc cruelly kapus.
We ask whose kapu has been thus assumed?
Who is this chief that lacks the true essence of
chiefly kapu, who appears to be of chiefly rank
but is in fact only of common blood, j et has
assumed to himself these kapus? 1 he answer
to this is evident, for there is no chief who has
revival the chiefly kapu, save the King, at the
time he was elected in accordance with the
Constitution, who was lately crowned. These
charges of the Kuoloa are directed against him,
he is the one who, forsooth, has assumed these
kapus without title, antl he is the one at whom
these reproaches are cast.
There is no foundation, no ground for these
insults of the Kuokoa, It is useless to reiterate
these base detractions. The kapus shine with
the light of noonday. No one can cover them
up; no water can dampen the fiery glory of the
day of the King's coronation. The heavens
displavcd august portents, great Hawaii of Ke
awc, Maui of Kama, famous Molokaiof Ilina,
Lanai, Kaula, Oahu of Kakuihewa and Kauai
of Mano, witnessed the glory of it. The an
cient Gods of Kahiki of the time of Kane also
witnessed it and approved. The low -lj ing
ralnliow, the scudding clouds and the high
arching rainbow were symbols. Th4 star of
Hikianalia shone forth at midday over the bay
of Lumehai. All these are the emblems that
testify that the sacred kapus belong to Kalani.
Let the Kuikoa strive to disprove it; it will
fail. The night and the day, the sun and the
moon, the stars of Heaven, the world, rain,
lightning, thunder, have consented to it, Ka
lani has seized all of these kapus and the Aw
toa set are foiled, to lasc without dignity into
THE TITLES OK THE CHIEFS.
"Those who lay hold of the ancestral meles
of the old chiefs and apply them to others arc
guilty of fraud and theft. If there are meles
appropriated to Karnehamcha I, it would seem
as if Her Royal Highness Keelikolanl were
the one to respond to and claim them now, and
that no one else has any right to do this ; and
so of meles appropriated to the departed chiefs,
it is for (heir descendants to respond to and
claim the titles they confer,"
Here, again, the Kuokoa is olT the track.
The last of the Kamehamehas, Karnehamcha
V, died Intestate. It is known to all that the
cabinet ministers and the chiefs besought and
urged Karnehamcha V, with greed and envy to
designate his heir. Karnehamcha V posi
tively refused to appoint Kcelikolani or Queen
Hmma. No one was designated as heir to his
throne or his estate. Who, then, was heir to
the meles, to the throne and to the ciown
lands? It was the one who was ctcctrd by the
legislature. That's it, according to the 22d
Article of Ihc Constitution. That settles it. It
was I.unalilo I w ho was the successor to the
throne in 1S73. The meles, the throne and
the crown lands passed 10 him. At the death
of Lainahlo, did he appoint any chief as heir to
the throne? No. Like Kamehameha V,
neither at the time of his death nor before, did
I.unalllo apixvint an heir, Just as the minis
ters urged Karnehamcha V so did they urge
I.unalllo to appoint an heir, and like him, tic
refused. Again, it was the Legislature (in this
case that of 1S74) that carried out the provis
ion of the ii Article of the Constitution.
There you have it, and Kalakaua came to the
Now then, was il a fraud and a theft for
this King to receive th meles of the ancient
sovereigns (Aimoku) which were conferred
upon him by those who kept these meles? Not
al alL It was light for him to Inherit them,
for it Is thus intended in the Constitution. And
all of those w ho ate beating about in opposi
tion aic guilty of fraud and robbery, including
the Kuokoa and Its set.
As to the chiefly genealogies provided for
by the act of Legislature of 1SS0 and ibSi,
we have nothing: to say. Let the com
mittee speak for itself. Our only business as
a newspape r is to expose the falsehoods of the
Kuokoa. Thai is cuough for us, though there
are numerous other minor errors that Ine Kuo
ioa has publishes.! which it does not become
us to answer, because Ihey amount lo nothing.
We have merely undertaken to controvert-the
1 A'nelM on CT' -ind of which we are sure, and
to show that It hav attempted to mislead the
psihhr And that is true
If the Kutha ha found many errors in Mr.
l'ornander' Uxik In the Knglith langmge,
why Ira it not tled them and replied lo
them ? If vse are not mtataken, the larger tnrt
of Mr. I'orrnintler' liook, referring to the gene
alogiei, I taken from Davul Malo ami from S.
M. Kamtkcin. In hoe ttM doe" the A
1h last sentenrp I not fit for translation.)
-fitttt I'onhm, March l.lh.
., , ., ., , .
Hfinop. S.TUlv I'uRwi-Thc oclal
t'nfi 'fn of Amerlran eitieaiid town, In
Wtlnt Ifanolnlti, find -odety graleI very
differently than at home A a general rule
the differencr are for lhe letter, and nfler
due deliberation lie think all arc reasonable
with one exception, which, In illustrate, it at
follows: He receive an invitation to attend a
dance, or German so called, at n private house
antl, upon inquiry, learn that It would lie nail
impropriety to accept iinle he wore hi so-
railed "iwallow-lnll " coat of broadcloth and
hi finest silk stockings, whkh heretofore have
lieen caller) out on cxprew occasion only. He
doe not understand why In thl pigmy king
dom the people adopt tuch a rule, while at
home on the receipt of such an invitation he
lake it very cooly, don hi second best suit,
which 1 of pretty (inure cut to nacriue bittern.
goes, and I venture lo may, ha at enjoyable a
time a doe the Honolulu vnung man who has
prinked an hour lierore he i Mtisncd with hit
Of course ujion state occasions something
mote I expected, a if lie were to attend (for
example) ihc late liall given by Hi Majesty's
minister! to the officer of the Stutflturt. In
such itlcl company ami on such express occa
sions, he would expect to be in "full tire."
To he so on all occasion I simply a ridlcu
lou Honolulu custom. If he it to go "full
rlres" to every dance or party, there can be no
change in hi appearance when he attends
something of higher or royal ortlinancc. Hut, if
this must be, I would suggest to Honolulu
clothiers to Import an Invoice of tissue paper
suits, so that when the Honoluluan it to appear
Inprcsenccof HisMajcsty,hc may havca change
In tils outfit from that of ordinary "hum-drum"
social life. Vamkce.
i.v Ainitiir.it or "jiiti. sunns."
KtHTOR Satukkay I'rrs: The ll'tatfy
Commercial AnimaJvtrttr lias evidently se
cured the services of a professional tramp. At
any rate, from Ihc constancy with which the
maxim that "we are all adventurers" is reiter
ated, it Is fair to conclude thai "Mrs. Negus"
belongs to that Ilk, anil, judging from the com
any she keeps, we arc inclined to think that
thi adventurous female mut lie a tramp, too.
Mr. Negu ha, however, fallen into a grave
error. She informs an anxiously waiting pub
lic that after twenty vcar resilience here, peo
ple become respectable, antl liclong lo society
ami cease to be atlventurers. No, no, Mrs.
Negus, that is a mistake; there arc numerous
individuals who have been here fifty )cars,
and may continue to live here foi twenty longer
and then they wouldn't lie half-way respecta
ble, necarelul, .Mrs. rvegus, don t run away
with any such idea as that twenty sears resi
lience is going to make you antl your fellow-
tramps rcspcctaiiic. However, you will do
fairly well as an expositor of views on society
for the organ. "Society" having somewhat
soured on the worthy proprietor thereof, antl,
although he usctl to be subject lo spasmodic
attempts at respectability, he long ago gave that
up as a bad job. Judging from the tenor of
some ol the organs editorials, Mrs. cgu
holds the editorial pen on "society" subjects.
Is it possible that Mrs. N. is not invited into
society, or that society shun her and her invi
tations? A LOOKER-ON IN VIENNA.
M C A MAC 'ItSt Prerittar,
Not 6a lffr.it. SturrT, Hoholilu, II. I.
Mutt at titt hourn, antl th tnhtr guppliett
tfitJt is beat thf mnrhet rtffordn.
G I.KAN F.KS, ATTENTION"! -IT HAVING
been decided that the annual Fair and Ice Cream
revival of the Cleaners will Le held on THURSDAY
EVENING, the 19th of April, all thov who are 10
kindly working for that object ire requeued to send in
their finished work by the ih of ApriL The regular
montniy meeting; 01 tne ijieanen mill De neia on Aatur
day of next week, April 7th. 3!t
TTALUABLE WAIKIKI PROPERTY
The tot of land with alt the improvements thereon,
belonzinz to the estate of the late Chief luvlice Hams.
now occupied by Mr. J. S. Walker, is now offered for
This property is one of the most valuable at Waikiki:
all the houses Leinz in rood repair : a fine zrove of
cocoanut trees in the enclosure ; the best location for
bathing on the beach; and can be so arranged with
little expense to make two complete establishments.
Easy terms can be arranged for payment. For
further particular, apply to
US-jt P. C. JONES, J.
BREWER & COMPANY
OFFER FOR SALE
The follovrins; lots of merchandise just landed from
iknton, In excellent order,
Ex. American Bark Amy Turner 1
NEW AND SVLISH
BUGGIES AXIi PIIAETOXS,
Yellow Sheathing Metal, 16 and si o;
Ash l'tank, assorted size;
Oak Plank, assorted sixes;
Also, to arrive pr Stillman 0. Allen:
DUMI' BARROWS, Ja:iW Patent.
An Handles and I'icL Handles.
Kerosene Oil, "Electric" brand.
Cottage Furniture, in painted sets.
Oak Lumber, I, 2, )i, 3)i, 3 and 4-in.
Oars, 16, 17 and IS ft.
Yellow Metal Nails, i( and i)i in.
Yellow .Metal Shealing, iS, 20 and 21 or.
MauiU Rope, assorted sire.
lUiry Salt, in Lanels.
Pine Barrel Shook, and HeatU.
Pine Ke Shoois'aik! Heads.
Cider Viucgar, in barrel.
Fxttsst of 1-emon.
r stract of AlmoaJ.
17 Casks and Hods Cro-keiy, Glauvan, Lamps.
48 Cw Croslcry, Gtauwar. and lamp.
4 UamU Cnxlery, Glauvan and Lamps.
U(ht and Heavy Haisl Carts.
Kaowlaa' SUaas. anaiBe, srariosu ilm.
IJOTICK. .The power of attorwy to sign our &ra
S bam by procuration rranled IL Use mens, hnes.
r. Esq., U this day aneuU-sd.
, h, hackfeld ca
Konolulu, March, ij, itiy 134.1t
Offite of Sapr.nUnr!fnt of Viief Wotfci,
H"rri.iLi , .Mr iMf,
AH rvw Ktfni( Wafer YfmVw t wfM iWr
iWr WAirf Katm urt aiH mf.nmftrl In t
m, 1)11 fctV tA ih? Jttifiwivlwl A Wr
Wait, (wA 4 NoMmm ttrrt, ufnn iM (U da? of
Jamury ami joljr t t'h yir C II WltflO.V,
f M-if tirifH1vJt Wat WihIt4,
jA' aM fMlmn wtinj Rw h'rMftrWo fH
fttvl ry ditM f'tirntJsM Vaim Kn wl M Sin'
f!al U iji MwitX"nTrjr M , C jrnr Hath. Mr,
f lfemy, fwmtrlr of UonoM
AiWowAi. I IV,' AltKtWal Ham, A MrlV
Ifij tfMianrcof mkcc In a Httf Dry (UrrW waj h
anVrlM by lh tsMm U1my How Ctrt J,
FUhcl, ewitff fori t,rif Hotel rtt. THi VtnytUttx
Mr. t"th h anirl th ut tA hMiniC euAvm. Awy
lry VnrAs Ifcnjv- can, hy frly tvlvtrtMn. dri oh
!omf(nortU; Imt lotvl lhw, alMtJey (Mr
rrmMtntff, catKfof ttv; frri 'js'lavt and Rtrafity
OoniU mwlU rruWrl down twk for wht iWy
kit mytt mfortprneftt any artich. Dial ith pjfey
U Hurl J, nM( and that prlfcy K m4 1 firm
00 of 1K4 g.eatt In ill fin, on K ldta ihrtS
fr fyf llwJula. Th jV!w MllMnry Stor of
CWtMj, HvJ.1, U10 Hwtohiltt what Maci Uto
ttwYorfc. CUilttJ. Ftth4lrMttatfei.Ityof Ml
IV.rr- 4T Th More h om tA lh flfehu tA th cftr.
Mew England Ma to I Ufe Imarance Co.
TV thirty eighth annual ttalcmtfit of IfooM fathfen"
ed ttftf mntuul hfe fmtjrante company wtn-te nanwt
awan U', ha hn 1kL Or&antred in 184
when lntle walmown by the amagt paMIr in thk
country at leatt aweming the advantag of ihfc
nvnt un4lnh Lennent fjrloclpfe In In atWeatJon far
the trtiAta'vm tA relict dtpenrfenri'a, the oW New
HnxLand Mutual Ufe Ina. 0, f Itrtton, M&Kaefni
tl, lalei ranV among the early element of .hit inv
ortant atjtiltary to the lmereu of Wrtuou ami prn
dent prtoni, aaltocommunit!ei, u(on wtvwn charity
maVei many result km in favor of the ,'a(apith
you" nftfortnnatet of earth, Ihehtitoryof thitcom
pany hottoth a record of management that any
man who contemplate prorkJinj hit dpndncte with
ihc indemnity afforded by lift inturanre. may taftly
conclod'; that hit contract will 1 honorably complied
with when the time for payment of hitcUnnthallarrWe.
II in j itrlctly mutual by itt charter, nr itocthrtdr or
Mhr prtont whatever are entitled to any advantage,
one over another member. The fact that thit company
hat uniformly declined to entertain any of the many
tchemet, catch prmy plant or gilded pill Inducement.
by whkh to rop in the unwary gudgeon, that are in
ogsie by let tcruputout companiet, I of ftf-lf an
evidence of dignified management, at atv the hu
powihle argument In favor of lu well devrved reputa
tion of high merit, than which no life iniurance Inti
tution extant it and t tuprior. At will be obrved by
the annual statement above referred to, the grow att
of thit CTmpany on the tint of January, tUt, was
$16,310,45.91, agatnrt which all lubilitiet aggregate
$J574.J797, leaving th handvsme turptut on 4 ftr
tent, batit of reserve $1,635,8493 or if estimated by
the New YorV ttandard at 4K per cent., the tophi t
would be about rot; a million tJOLtAat, or nearly
OKxjiMTf of the kktirj: Mirrt of the company.
We are not aware of any more detirable inttiiotion to
be mured with than the New England Mutual Life
Int. Co., and we are confident that no honorable ad
miniu ration it exerctved by any corporation than that
to long exprewed by thit company under the direction
of Pret't ttenjarnin K. Steven, ho pertonal atten
tion U not omitte! in even the minor detail I of the
btitinettof hittrutt. An examination of the applica
tion and form of policy wued by thit company U re
commended before patie inture eltewhere.
Metsri CaITLz & Cdokk,
King Street, Honololu.
Agentt for the Hawaiian Itlandt.
Will L found available for all necetaary information
that may le deiired relating to the affairs of thit com
pany, to whom application for insurance in or agency
for the New England Mutual Life should be made.
A MOTHER DRUG STORE.
PALMER & THACHER,
AND DEALERS IN
Toilet Articles ami Fancy Hoods,
No. 113 FORT STREET.
In anticipation of the public tant of a Drag Store
conveniently located, where medicines am be procured
at all heart, we hare opened a pharmacy in the Damon
uiock. near tiotei Kreet. e carry a urge auurtment
of gooiU peculiar to our line, which oner at
VERY LOW PRICES.
Our Store is Kept Open Evening.
Our itoclv of Dru2 and Chemical u comDlet v
Our line of Patent Medicines embrace all the popular
( All the New Remedies I
AU the Old ReltaUe Kemcdie. )
WE HAVK THE LAJtGUT ASSORTMENT OV
In the Kingdom. uch a
Hair Ilnihes, Tooth nrushes. Nail, Cloth, Flesh
and Bath Ilniihes. Drestinz Combs. Pocket Combs.
Fine and Rack Comb, Cosmetics, Pomades, Hair
Oils. Tooth Preparations, Cold Cream, Camphor
ice, r en urn, Jianuxcrtniei rjtractt, iofoencs.
Toilet Waters and 1negars. Sachet Powders, Hand
Mirrors, Nail-clcanui; Sets, SmclTin; Itottles,
Aromucrs, Razors, Strops, Sharing Cups, Bnuhcs
vna pi iDiict ooaps 01 CTery Kino.
Ladlee' ToUet Article
Sach as Camelline, Dickey's Cretne dc Us, Lainfs
RIoom. Hasan's Ualni, Gouratvd's Orienul Cream,
Lubin't, Saunders, PosrooTs Tetloss, Calvcrts,
and a host of other Povders and Kafue. Bando
line, Beauty Spots, ctclnnelargellaihinjcSponse,
sponge jmskcis, etc
Wl HAVE THE MKKST tOT Or
Ever brought to this Kinedons
Infant s Dtessin; Caest Kursery Powxler,
Prepared r uller'a Earth,
Pulls. Puff-liases. Castile Soap,
Rubber Tubin(, Feeding Unties,
Ntjht Tapers. Ridj.'s Food,
Ta)ksr's Arrow Root,
Soothing Syrup, etc
THE ONLY COSirLETE STOCK Or
Spectacle, and EycOUn.s
PkotosxrapUo CheaUoaU of all kiatU.
A LA.CE ASSO.TSICXT Or
Such as Sapolu, Klectro-SUicon, Silver S-ap, Giant
and Uiamond Cement. Insect Powder, Fly
Paper, Ant Poison, Rat Paste. M Koojh on
list. - h.M HIl.Lln. .n.1 IV..!.., Ill.tl.
Stw rltacklng ajsd Dressing, lttackiag
a-r-asni-s, lTt, IHsuUectants, lotlet Paper, esc
V. make a specialty of 1LAVOK1NG EXTRACTS
llrashes, l)Tt, I
01 our own usanuiacturt; not vsater tiags, Kuo-
bcr Cushions, MclicuM Chests, etc.
0r Delicion. Soda Water
DBA.N rkOSI THE EADfahT rOtlNTAIN,
Which surpasses in elcganc. ever) thing of th. kind ever
trvU4hi to ihes. isLusds, U uuiaiUble,
W manuXactuK SODA WATER ud GINGER
ALE, and havs th agency for Eenuin Lastcra Apt
M'K ItKUICH OVH (WOO
Ta any pan of lb city, and ship la th other UUodt.
Orders from th. country tviU receiv cartful altesuioa
anj be shipped promptly. Soliciting th. public pal.
roc.' w v very rvaf-ccsfulty,
PALatER & THACHER.
Telethon e. No. n.
ATTJIOS, a THRUM'S VORT-ST STORE
J has be-to recisc-i 6am aat-jftascM 1. bOOKS
rromthaAMfcRICAN TR.SCT OCIErV tolu.h
lb uteuion of Sunday Svhool IJbranes, Teachers,
sd has It ol Fajsusra m Uvue-i. its
CACO, IN TINS, (ar sal byfeUu
I!V OP.IIRR OP F A. JHIAF-PfR. BJ.
V.tmKH it 1I0 Ym' if
M, J. ROOK, Dacaat.it,
Snhirilitif, Apt-It 7th, til III A. ..,
On ifc pt.m ft U Im M. ). Km, Ktoi
M,f rt, I fl a.11 m wMh awlhn,
A Nrunlinr of Carrlni
nntl Cnn-Ugo Matoriitl.
I'lRTICUURft O.V fcmr.RS
i K. V. AflAMS, Atm..r.
ALUADLE RICE LANDS.
I1V ORIIF.R OF AI.I.VA PAKE,
I am fmtrtKt! lit stt, at pnMe a&vtkn, on
Hit I u iMliiy, April Mt,li,
AT TH. O'CLOCK Wl,
Al SaWrwra, all rA hfs
Valuable Rice Lands at Ewa,
Three p-'ece tA Rice (.and hi Watawa, Ewa, Oahu,
cntltainin; an area iA I ilfltfn acres, at pr Royal
One piec of Rire land at Waiawa, Ewa, Oaho,
conuimnE 1 ao-rcn acres.
The shore tout pieces are teased (or a terra of years,
having; ten years longer to run, at $rso pv year.
One piece of Rk I-and at Waiawa, EwaJ containint;
67.100 acres, as pr Royal Parent air, and 1 leased tor
eleven years, from February r, iMj, at $rso pf year.
Two pice of Ijtni kt VV'aiawa, Lwa, now leased,
and occupied try Aowa for store, etc, for fifteen years,
from August, I52i, at $120 per year; areas, I 5.10 and
1 1-100 arret.
On piece of Land at VV'aiawa, Ewa, called "Olia,"
and fcnown at apana x in Royal Patent v.a;area, 14 tut
acres; P-ased for fourteen years, from April, iSil, at its
Two nieces of Land at Waiawa. Fwa. in l?sraLi
known as apana r arid 3 in Royal PateM aoA, and
teased lo llosan al iyj per year, with ten years 10 run.
The title to the brotrtr is nrfect. If twesnfi a
zood oprrtunity for investment, as it it atl under lease
lor lonz terms, the aggregate of rentf being Jtjj per
annum. I will offer the whol property tn on tot, pro
vide! we have a reatanable oner, or it may t told in
subflivisioQs, a described. Terms, cash.
lMedt at atevpnsc ol ptirchasers.
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
BY ORDER OF THE SUPREME COURT,
Sntiirslfiy, 3Xarcli iilnt,
AT TEN O'CLOCK A. M.,
Al salesroom, I will sell the following ankle of pro
visions belonging to the estate of LEE CHAT,
bankrupt, as follows:
Salt Fish, Cabfcaee,
Potatoes!, Cattle Fish,
Shell TUh, Olivets,
Shrimp. Flat Fish, Dried Oysters,
Plums, Mushrooms, IJIy Meat,
Ilutter, Pearl Barley, Chestnuts,
Ginger, Garlic. Sweet Arrowroot,
Persimmons, Fungus, boy,
DRIED DATES, MANGO AND MELON,
Dried Longan. Rice Powder,
Dried Ducks, Sauce, etc
jS-jm E. P. ADAMS, Autioneer.
OLD LAND AND KAXO PATCHES
IN HAUHAUKOI AT AUCTION.
By order of A. W. Pierce. Esq., attorney in fact for
EUerulI. Dean, I will orTer at public auction, on
Satiai'clny, Murch 3lMt,
At 1 a o'clock noon, at my salesroom,
.Ml the right, title and interest cf the said Ellen IL
Dean, in and to the foUotving described property ;
Royal Patent jM, FIVE KALO PATCHES, near
Liliha street, Honolulu ; area, 700 fathoms.
Royal Patent lilt, FOUR KALO PATCHES, near
Liliha street, Honolulu ; area, 51-100 of an acre.
Royal Patent jaSa. ONE KALO and PASTURE
LAND tn Hauhaukoi; area, 373 fathoms.
a. Kalo and Pasture Land in Niupaipai; area, 6a
a. Kalo and Pasture Land in Niupaipai ; area, 193
Royal Patent j,jj, FOUR KALO PATCHES in
Hauhaukoi; area, 94100 of an acre.
Royal Patent acta, ONE HOUSE LOT in Hau
haukoi ; area, tS-too cf an acre.
Deeds at expense of purchaser.
For further panicu'-ars, apply to A. W, Pierce, Esq ,
1JJ E. P. ADAMS, Auotioneer,
REGULAR CASH SALE
SATURDAY, MARCH 31.t,
AT 13 A. St., AT SALESEOOU,
Dry Goods, dothlng, raster Waress,
Sacks Potatc-se, Bran and Sugar.
Also, lot of Fcbxitvie-
lS E. P ADAMS. Aooiooeer.
A DMINISTRATOR'S SALE.
By order of the Administrator of the Estate of D.
KLKUA, talc of Haiku. Maui,,th undersigned
will kQ at public auction, on
Hnturday, 3LCarolt -lilst.
At 10 o'clock a. m.,
la Haiku, MaaL 01 ta. Prsualeee.
r.asoNAL (rrscTS or ssio leclsseo.
78 HEAD WORKINO CATTLE.
In very tin order;
5 Horssee, Cowsv CtUsree,
Mole, S Ox Carta,
Ox Yokee, Ssos-rs,
Cluckcns, HousehoU Ansel, Stove, Tables. Rocker.
For fonher panlcuiars, apply to
W. AUSTIN WHITING.
Adasintsirator, Honolulu ;
C II. DICKtV, Haiku, Mau;
Or ih undersigned ax Maxawao, elaui,
ijsit W. F. MOiSMAN. Aactioorer.
NO. O. FOWLER Co.,
Mrs) prrpartd la WrrtiaA ftmu mnd ZHi'
mate. fr 511
VkJk ut widwrut Can utd tocotantUt. SfcuDj-
ADAPTED FOR SUGAR PLANTATIONS.
Ptnniiittnt lUUvmyiv. tad LtKontxlr iod cvs Tnc
tun Houh ai Ro4 Locccaourc, SitASK
Ptouctuaje &Qai CVkivavtia Uuhutj Pua
iU Lcuwt Cor aU fsurpsUsM. HtaJia
EtuvMft far laJo.
CUxk)Ci rul IttuMr&ikxu, MoJl ukj PkA
(racu oi im U.t ruoti il llAthintrr but m
evi lU cAc U tU ssl-Msl W. U CKEEN i
a W. MAC AKL-VNt & Ca, Ajstw, U jtu. Tov.
NEWEST STkLES ARTISTIC TYPE AND
Stationery .for Weajmrs Social. Belli, Pro
Crimirsit, Eaacrtiinmeras. etc, esc, coasstaoaly bcatss
rctv4 svnd prvfttansr orders tx saaa. proaaocry 4.
Ksuad, at th. oasc. of Uw Paper, No. s .'iiVnnitnn
House and Lot For Sale.
I am bntraci"! br J. C. flLADF.. EJXJ , la Ter at
prfvst al4 his rtaivfsom retsdenee,
Corner 0 .,i,M nml l.tllhn Itrt'l:
TMt peewerty I In lit head Kirn part of ih tity In
faefMies for drama are perfect, (saranleefat; Ihertlry
perfet freedom fnm malaria.
, re svrTnieri erenmannt a IJr.l.ltjII I r III, Vlr.W
of 11V hy arl harbor, at well at the eeMs) tint, (mm
near IXaimnr! I Its. I to I he Walana Menntim.
S.. . I. . ..,. .. a ......
The main hco U lar and ttmuwtkm, faithfsy
trusts thre years ag and ft
riHISIIEU I.V HA.VtlSOME STYLE,
With vrr rsrnvrfvtefwrje. Mr and raid wsie, im(,U
on the HstH r-ems in bMh suifi, cist, alto. It laid
tm, with ovrr nfty Ktrrlt, throuili th whssse tnose.
wren cK-.ens SJU,re,ners m in principal rOOTB.
On the main rVerr w1 U tvmi a tirre Parlor anrl
IJtrnVsj;. rrm, Htlfc-rn. t Mmytitimrtm.
CtvaViren's Inrwftg mm, lletrVerrMs, Twn Beoons,
Oset, and a Pantry, Twt tSMrerrnn and Kncnett,
attached tn main tvsnvfina;, bvl uisner . separata ro-.
On the teenrtd Hoor. wisith reneH by a eonveTrient
tCatrwjy frsnt lh haL are Two Larg Pe-Jroomt, Kt sn,
ahw, fr rood-ebed ldrtems, Veraivialv-rtnm, Bills.
rte-jm anl Closet
Te mabl heesse Is sS-mI w. t,4 ftmmi a .t C...
7s Kitchen I corrvenieMly amngeH, with a nee
coolhse-rang, wltl, hoc water atlaehment.
On th rrowdt ar Tsm Ccrtaget, smh vtraiklak,
aw. a weft-haHt StaM, with tctnmmtrUtitm lot lhe
horse and carriage, a well a three room for tervaMt.
J't K also, a small twrrHing lor the Gat Mwhme.
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on lanha street, cceitaitytn a area tA tent acre.
Partie desvring lo rltit llie pripeny can do r ttnn
arrpftcatieei pj if,. Adam.
A portion of the reardiase money can rtmain trpon
mortgage for on or two years. Appty lo
E. P. ADAMS, Aoetlorveer.
A COMFORTABLE HOME I
Th umfertigsed hat recently filed up
Inelegant style, I he large room Cottage formerly U
longing to th lernon estate, on Nuuanst ureet,
beyond the Commercial Hotel premise!,
for the purpose of conducting
A sraperior Ie-edglng Hottse.
The name of thit pteatant retreat it th "WHITE
HOUSE." Il cannot let surpassed in the kingdom O
comlon and cleanliness.
THE GROUNDS ARE SPACIOUS
and ornamented with snade tr'et.
Person of resoeciabtTitv nuv ilvsrt tn, rj ,!-,.
fol home there. A sitting-room rt set apn i the con
.ctilomw fni'sss. i r r.w JlUKr. KUVSI3 AKK
VAV-Ait 1. lerms always moderate.
MRS. J. T WHITE, Proprietor.
7Many of cen-readers wiTJ remember Mrs. White
as OTOOeietor Of Ih evlTina- tu-jnie an Vr , A.
yknxT.r the PaMbeno Stables, which u such a cor.
lonaoi nome areler tier management. ttr-vn
T- Or. THRUM'S
PAPER - RUUNQ DEPARTMENT
3X O "V JE T
TO OVER HIS FORT-STREET STORE.
Emteaxces ttmt Forr o Hotel Stsietv
AQ work w2! have the same care and prompt attention
EOUND TO ORDER IN ANY DESIRED STYLE
Pataer Ruled svnd Blank Book. Made
TO AXT rATTEajr.
PAPER OR BILLS BLOCKED,
Or any work pertaining 10 a weH-apointed
Book-Bindery, Faithfully Executed.
M. OAT Jr., & Co.,
lto-i-ottLC, H. I.
Would lake this method of informinr th inhabitants of
tlooofiuo, and tne oclser tsUnds that
they have opened a
Stationery and News Depot in the New
nawauan uazetre tsiocat, ro. 25 Mer.
chant Street, where they are prepared
Ink ami Mucilage,
In quarts, pints, half-pints, and cones.
Letter and Note Paper, Foolscap, Legal
Cap, Envelopes, Papeteries, etc, etc
Oniert taken for any periodical or nest-a-xiJMr
fAtif may b deitrnU
Prompt attention win be given to th Ma2in
cf Papers to subscribers 00 any of th other
islands ; also, amenta for th
RED RUBBER STAMPS.
Orders for Red Rubber Stamp reevtved and promptly
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER,
STEAM PLAXIXG MILLS,
Manufartur all kinds of
and Doors ;
and all kinds of wood-work finish.
Taraiatc sverssU, aaai Wa4 aawtac.
AU kinds vf Flaniitsr aad Sawiof, Monissatr, and Ttv
ORDERS PROMPTLV ATTENDED TO AND
Orders trosm Ik. othtr I ilaisd solicited- lod-ar
POR SALE I
TWO SECOND-HAND EXPRESSES, ONE
SE.TED BASKET CUT-UNDtR, ONE
BEACH WAGON, ONE SINGLE
DRAY. HORSE AND
AS Ik aba. ar la fd order, svearry at food m tn
mi a WEST,
NTATION OVBMSBK WANTBO.
Abpty itsasr.,Titrf u C BREWKK Ctt, Mono
eksKUle.yaff.twtaKKae, HUeavi. tis-U
AT THE OL STAND NUMBER I KAA
SHEET IRON 'WORKER,
I'LUMM.VG I.V ALL ITS BrtA.VC.iE9.
Artesian Well Pip ill tixe.
Stoves and Ranges
Unci Sam, MeflUaVn, Rsshmonrl, Trp.te, Palace.
Flora, May, Contest, Grand Prir, New tval.
Opera, Derby, Writ, D0H7, Gypsy, Qen,
Pansy, Army Ranges, Magna Charta,
Buck, SapetVsr, Magnet, Osceola, Ala-
nseda, Feifpse, Charter Oik,
ilimifU, tnrvA and
GALVANIZED IRON a.,1 COrPER BOILERS
FOR RANGES, GRANITE IPON WARE,
NICKEL PLATED AND PLAIN.
CiWanhed iron water Pipe, all sixef, and
laid on at lowest rates, also caat iron
Lead Soil Pipe.
H00.M FtarnUhlnK Oooda. all kind..
All suet and grade. Lift and Force Psasp. Ciltn
Pump, Gahranired Iron, Sbeet Copper and
Sheet Lead, Ltd Pipe, Tin Plate,
Water Closet,, Marble slab
and bowls, enameled
CHANDELIERS, LAMPS AND LANTERNS
-Al.. 3X. 3JDETLaIIS,
104 rort Straet, Honolnlss.
Havin: completed th necessary arTanTemntt for
lb eatensioo of th score, whereby 1 ha gained moch
more room, lurks and air, makine th stor now on.
of the most irmiioa; cstabtcthme&ts in tb Kin-doa, I
am ready to show my patrons and the pubtic in sen
cral A Fttll and f ll-Aastortad Stock.
Which cassot tc sarpoaaed in price or quality.
In the Drew OoocU Darpartasteat
WM be fosiad a rood assortment, mad out of Ih
naesc fabrics, such as:
SV lilt .1 ns,
Aaonx our numerous TRIMMINGS win U txard
RICH ORNAMENTS and
FINE CORD and TASSELS,
la aS styles and colors, to match almost any material.
las the Skee Daraartataaat
Will be found a ho assortment of
LADIES-.GENTS' and CHILDREN'S SHOES.
Not tUlruinf that I ttiamsintiin my reputation forth.
Lst stsadc, best 6ttsnf and saou comptet
Kaa'i amd Bojs' mi,,.
At njurea LOWER THAN EVER, and hav. now
aaneaed aa eatra nttiex-roooa wner tee pvbCc can at.
sur themselvta of a perfect nt befr purchaauf .
A Trial U SotlrUrd sy
IJi-qr A. Mv M ELLIS.
pX BARK KALAKAUA
B .Aisxrriss Itla,
Ostldea Gate Extra VmmSlf aaal
Case BRAWN Cases BACON,
Cases WHITTAKER STAR HAMS,
. , ,, aLESor HAY.ac, c
Jst to hand, and lesr sal by
. Boixaa oa
Q0MSTHING NBWUWDKK THS SUN.
Mad Eapresely fjr these Islands :
ankle Data tfealree,
aefcla Dtrt Exalssaitwsw
Isttost Wttator Tlatv
CVL1F0RNIA KID UVCE.
lua Ctas Tops.
Brcscana, new Esse.
LaUseV PrUI Utnun Csoqa Shoo,
Msssa' aad ChaUren's Saocs, stc
By ta. Ssm I bar received . stork of Ladies "aad
Ceass' and Chielru'a SHOES, esc, maniiaaartd sa
my crder for thu market,
j. u. Lrxcu,
N u Kim rruir Hoxocritr
'T'HB PACIFIC MUTUAL
utk tmvmXAMcx oosVfPaUnr
Desir la call lb rjn",-u?.y eastnalja of rserjUdy ta
TONTINE INkESTMENT POUC11S,
Wbica contain II " ladispssubs CUos. ?
iu soinauoi en irasetstr msa.naat,
rrest troa. aaMarer OS
Also Ta. Dtuostt Esuowmikt raucr, ud tk. Wee
ttul llvTalasveel YUxj.
Thi at 0.4 of ah. aaost reksi.
ha at wposur, and hw nasasat. Silks
ptsssspstf , actaBsmsvujaautsswtyrea.
fv further IsaVeasaUsaa, wrset so. or saJI oat
H W. LA1NB,