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append their true names to all communications,
not for publication necessarily, but as guarantee
that the writer Is acting In good faith.
Tlic final relicars.il of llic Amalucr Musical
Society will lie field Monday night.
Captain Ticrnay, in the fatarit, will leave
for southern seas early next Steele.
Next week will make the Miil-Sprlng ac
lion of the government schools.
Humor, nnnounccaliranchof the Anglo C.il
Ifornian Hank, tn he started in tills city soon.
The Australia hail a rough passage on her
voyage between Auckland and this ort.
Matk 1'. Koliinson succeeds Thomas Ilrown
as treasurer of the Angclican Church fund.
The Americans in Honolulu take off their
hals to your lxinnlc new flag, Consul McKlntcy.
"Iatc news" will be found on the last page
of this Issue, as well as on the second and third
The Sccrctanshin of the I'orcign Office will
be filled by J. S. Webb until the return of Col
I). Lyons, formerly connected with the Vir
ginia, Nev., Chronicle, is,Wsiting friends and
relatives in this city.
0. II, Rissctt, at one time manager of the
ikaiiitsiii iioici, oaii r rauci w, nmtf.11 last
Tuesday on the Slits.
The King gave audience to the officers of the
I.tif'sie yesterday morning, and Consul Chile
cntertaincil lliem at 111s Home last nigiit.
"Why is it that the inner fence of Kakaako
has, as yet, hid no attention and the enclosure
made more secure?" is a local query.
llarnum's museum, in New Vork, is lo be re
inforced by eight Australian almrigines, who
passed here on the Amlialtitt last Wednesday.
Kcv, George Wallace is preaching a scries
of Sunday evening sermons on "The Ten
Commandments" at St. Andrew's Cathedral.
"Mystery" will be Mr. Cruran's theme Sun
day morning. In the evening the sermon will
be to workingmcti. Subject, "The working
1'. C. Jones, Jr., has gone to Kohala and
otherwhere on Hawaii, lie left on the km
ii Thursday afternoon, and will return a
week from to-day.
The trial for conspiracy in taking bribes, of
Akana and AMona, trie loriucr court Inter
preter, the latter a police officer, is set for this
morning, before Judge Ilickcrton.
A citizen calls attention to the frequent
nuisance of .rubbish burning in private lots.
This practice often becomes worse than a mere
annotancc lb one's neighbors it is said.
1 1 is musical and his cricketing friends will
be likely to miss I'. II. W. Koss, who has gone
tn take n clerical position in the management
01 llamakua mill, on the island 01 Hawaii
A bulletin lioard of most pleasantly unique
design ornaments the entrance way to the
periodical slorc of J. M. Oat & Co. It may be
more satisfactorily seen than described.
"" The Anglican Church Chonicle appeared
last Saturday, an attractive ami suggestive
number. A pertinent bit of social criticism
will lie printed from its columns, next week.
Come hither, pretty oundman, and bring
jour long lasso, for anywhere and everywhere
is work for you to do. The'mangy cur, ubiqui
tous, he rangcth up and down; along the
wharves and in the streets and high on Punch
The Chinese cracksman who Invaded the
careless pcaccfulncss of llandmastcr Herger's
home last week succeeded, after all, in filching
something worth the taking. A twenty-dollar
bill was the wage of Ah Sin.
In the supplement sent out with this issue is
n article by Or. Fitch, on "Leprosy." It is
printed without comment, the editor's, reserving
the privilege of discussing it hereafter, and in
viting medical and scientific reply.
The Sues to leave for San Francisco on
Tuesday next has a few- lwrth vacancies vet,
notwithstanding the report that she was lull.
On her down trip in June, after delivering her
freight for this port, she will proceed to China.
The case of V. Alau crsus W. C. Parke,
Marshal (trespass on the case) was tried btfore
a iurv on Thursday last. This was a case of
alleged false imprisonment, wherein damages
were claimed in the sum of Ss.ooo. A verdict
was returned of. $50 damages and costs of
It has been suggested that if the lookout
who telephoned the Sues last Sunday, 36 hours
liefore her arrival, cannot distinguish between
a vessel of twenty tons and on of twenty hun
dred tons, that his sphere of usefulness ought
to be located somewhere cUe and his occupa
His ImiK'tial German Majcstj's man-of-war
IMfsic arrived here last Monday from Val
paraiso. She has a crew numbering 450. Her
officers are as follows;
Captain Commanding . . lleibig
Captain (Eaecume Officer) ..... . . ..I)autm
Mculcnatitl, ...Von Matuahn, Kopehauer, Matchlx.
Yon I'lcsscn, Oelinlke, Ilabermaas,
Kessler, Krotif, Harms, Klctl, llraun.
The American Express Company (Ashley &.
r Co.) has recently imported! a fine express wa-
gon lor last Ircigollng. It lias ixen -emuia-loneil"
as Mrs. Negus vvouhlsay by (jeorge
Stratemcver. His work consists of two orna
mental devices on the side panels of the front
seat. Each ties ice contlsts of an eagle, adpifai,
In a circle, alasaioo; the eagle holding in his
mouth a ribbon on which is painted the name
of the firm.
Thclarge fast freight wagon of the American
Express Company, driven by Henry Hcbliard,
was standing in front of Lincoln s, on King
kttect, vestcrday afternoon. The team was
left in charge of a native while Mr, Hchbard
was in the store. The native negjected the
team which started and ran along King street
toward Ewa. After running marly four miles,
the tired horses were stopped by a native
That worthy local benevolent society, ''The
Gleaners, "hold an ice cream lesttval ami lair
on the evening of Thursday, 'he 19th, inktant.
The fair will be held in the basement of the
Kott-Slrcet Church. Considering the much
judicious good which "The Gleaners" are
rontlmnmslv iloim'. their clTorts oui'llt to have
the appreciation of a full attendance and a
... I !. till......
Illxral tiatrouagc. 111c prolamine sttii us: "
There are in Honolulu two clubs, one call
ed "English," the other "German." "It
seems," writes a curious new comer, who hap
pens to be an American, "that there might
well le some organization, social or otheiwise
and including ladies among its membership,
that should be representative of the nationality
of which I have not grown ashamed t and of
vshlch not even long residence under Hawaiian
colors ought to make other Americans
Follow ing is the programme for the Hand
concert at Emma Square this afternoon, com
mencing at 4.30 l si. 1
Marih, "Coronation" Meteitcer
Dictum, "KuUiahl . . ,V,ow
Polka, "Ijl and liuth, ....... "ticker
Election, "Kauu ,S"!0,!?J
liatulle, "&llum" ... Uibulsa
(Jakip, In ihe Center" txasuy
A conceit Kill take place Monday evening and
ail ralra moonlight conceit 011 the evening of
tbc 19th instant.
The "toys" gave Col. C. P. laukea a
'daisy send off" last Wednesday. The loy.
afcc band, the Premier, the repoiters, the rival
j MptM couqiaiilcs, the llowcr of the aim)', the
tUt of the navy, " -Mrs. Negus" and the Gov.
ruor of Oahu jail were all at the whaifi to
gtthrfwilh everyone eUc of consequence not
StbsvSwiMtc, The young ainlMVwuloi "braced
up" right gallantly, looking as little sea sick
as diI his secretary. As the Australia swung
away from the wharf, quite a chorus of "aloha'
floated from dock to deck ; and a majority of
them were unmistakably or Colonel I urtlsanu
I tarry I'oor.
An infatuate Frlscan has written the follow
ing acrostic, In the praise of that most gus table
of island vegetables, the taro:
Taro, I love thee well ;
And thou. It seemelh sure.
Kue not the day I came to dwell
On this thy native moor
If I had liut dreamed what 'pell
1jve linked for thee and me,
Over tht (harmful sea.
Vesicas and fleet and free,
r ntranced I had flown to thee.
Tender and true and pure,
Here wit lalwaydwell,
ver thy prat.e to tell,
liver while stars endure
It Is fair to Infer that the poet's purvevor of
provend is learned In the cuisine of kalo and
dell in the puddling 01 poi.
Thursday morning last the ship C, K.
liithef was moved several yards eastward along
the old mail tlock, her bowsprit projecting past
the west fence of Allen ft Robinson's lumber
ard. Alwut 7. A, M. Captain Walters was in
the yard, looking for a suitable place to fasten
the forward line. While clambering around
among the lumber, sonic heav) beam timber
liecamc loosened, and seven or eight fell iqion
the unfortunate man, causing a comtmund
fracture of the left leg, just alios c the knee.
Doctors Mcvcr and Hrodic, assisted by the
assistant surgeon of the German inan-of war,
attended the wounded man ami set the broken
limb. The sufferer was afterwards taken to
the house of Mr. llollc.
tiii: icii..it'i:.i 1.. 1 unit r.isi:.
Hcforc the Police Court, on the morning of
April 9th, were tried the cases of the German
laiKircrs who had descried the service of Ihc
Kllauea Sugar Company on Kauai, Twenty
four in all had descried the service ; but the
cases of three alone were tried. The com
plaints in all, being similar, and Ihc testimony,
relied upon licing of the same nature !n cacfi
case, It was agreed that they should form the
basis of judgment In all. llic testimony was,
in substance, as follows!
Carl Gothcrt, being sworn, stated that he
arrived at the Kllauea plantation about the
181I1 of October, 18S2. On arriving there he
had no lodgings assigned him. He slept in a
sugar house, together with thirty or more
others; slept there a little more than two
months. 'I hey were not supplied with beds or
bedding. They slciit on the trash one night.
Their pay began from the day they com
menced work. The contract called for one-half
acre of land for the use of each man, but this
was never allotcd to him. In lieu of the land
promised by the contract, the manager had
agreed to furnish a cook. I Ic had licen struck
upon one occasion, liy the manager, with a
whip, and had been ordered not to hold anv
communication with anjonc while at work, as
hail also Ins co-lalKircrs. lie also said that he
had ln.cn set to work with Chinamen as a pun
ishment for not obeying the order. UKin this
he had refused to work; was tried before the
court and sentenced to pay n fine of $5, and
$3 costs. After this he and the others wmt to
Lihiic lo see Mr. Iscnbcrg, under Ihc supposi
tion that he was part owner of the plantation.
They were advised by him to go to Honolulu
and sec their Consul. They had applied to
the manager to be allowed to go to Honolulu
anil had been refused. The manager told
them lo write to their Consul, but they had not
done so, because they had written once before
upon another matter and had received no
answer. When before the court the manager
had forbidden their Consul to speak. Ihc
first lime they were before court a countrvnun
had interpreted for them, and upon their last
trial they had asked for the same man as inter
preter, but were refused and some one else put
in his slead ; in this man they had no confi
dence, and would have nothing to do with him.
They had asked that three of their number
should lie allowed to go to Honolulu for the
purpose ot interviewing the Consul. the
manager said that he would allow this if the
remaining men would goto work in the interim;
out none would consent.
Wilhclm Kocnchcrn, sworn, said: He was
one of the number homed in the sugar house.
Ills pay had commenced when he liegan to
work. He had been sick half a month while
there, but no medical attendance hail been
provided for him. He was riven some salve.
but it did not help him. After being six
weeks in the sugar house he wmt to a China
house, each room of which was furnished with
six bunks. Three of them had taken in some
grass lo put into the bunks lo sleep on. There
was a house called Hie Sydney 1 louse, into
which witness was taken, out of compassion,
by one of the inmates, lleforc going into the
house ihc Manager was applied to for bed
steads, but none w ere pros iiled. The land lirom-:-...i
1... . 1...1 . 1 :. - i'.)D..
ISIU U lUllll.ll.1 li.Ul llui UVUI l.llit niillvai
contract called for a deduction of 4 marks per
month, whereas S marks had been taken dur
ing the months of February and March. They
went to Lihuc on account of meat having been
refused to them; supposing Mr. Isenbcrg was
part owner, and wishing 10 consult him in re
gard to their troubles. 'I hey w ere not allow ed
to go to I Ionolulu to sec their Consul, l'urv is,
McKcnzie, and Macfie merely opened the law
liook and showed it to the judge, who there
uikhi immediately pronounced sentence. Their
attorney protested that their contracts were not
r. -:.i . ... .. ..re...i Ti.n ..............
VUllll US HU MUUIl'S WCIC .llllAil. 1,11; l!l.lll.iw
said the attorney was a fool. Court was held
in the plantation restaurant. They had de
manded all that was due them under the con
tract ; but the native judge told them they had
all they could demand; and that was why they
wished lo sec the Consul. They were told to
pay a line and go to work but refused.
Much more was staled by this witness, but
so simitar in character to what had been stated
by previous witness, that to avoid rcpitition,
it is omitted.
The Police Magistrate after hearing the case
adiudcetl the contracts void for conditions
broken ami accordingly 111c men were rcicascti
from sen ice.
rut: s.iTirn vukhs.
MIR ANSWER TO KI.KI.E l'OAKOLU.
Greetings to jou, Elele : I have seen your
regard lo me, and to that I resjiond. I sym
pathize with you in your sadness about the
question of the Wohi.
" Is the Elele a Wohl? Through whom is it
a Wohi? No it is nothing of the sort." Why you
are weeping. Put out the fellow, he is a mere
cry-baby. Wail No. I.
" We are not contending for ourselves."
Wail No. 2.
" You know well enough that Elele is not
an alii." Wail No. 3.
"You arc not an alii that these questions
should apply to )ou."
As to the identity of the writer in the Elele
we know who he Is and should never suppose
him to be one of the Elele stalf, nor the son of
the editor, nor the son-in-law , nor the palavering
shepherd, but that other person at your back j
perhaps he is that little man, that messenger
perhaps. Hut an) one who knows about news
iwqicrs knows that what appears anonymously
in a newspaper is to be set down as belonging
to the new npaiver itself. And for that reason
all Ihc hard blows given by us fall on the
shoulders of the Elite, and )oucan forward
them to w horn you please.
Hut here is a matter tliat causes grief to the
other side, whcnitsa)S, " If vou would only
reveal )our identity, I would also give my
name." What an idea I Why the Eltle quiekly
took up the matter and we know what that
means, either a half-white boy or the son-in-Uw,
And what else can one make out of it?
How stupid to talk in that stjle.
The great point on which the writer (in the
Elele) strives is to show that Kcliiniaikal and
Kekuaokalanl did not possess the Wohi kapu.
The point on which he Is apphrehensive is the
answer to the question asked by us, "to whom
does this kapu now lielong? We say to the
descendants of Kcliimaikai. For this reason
the Elele has Ulorcil liard to conceal (huna)
Kcliimaikai and keep him out of sight ; to
deny ttathem the Wohi attribute, and to be
smirch Kekuaokalanl and deny to hlin the
Wohi attribute, at the same time asserting tnat
Kekuaokilani has no descendants. Therefore
the Elele is trving to confound the identity of
tnese two mm lu suusiiiuie rvcuuwa,diii ,01
Kcliimaikai. What Kcpookalani is this )ou
are speaking of ? Is it the Kcpoqkalani who
was without the Wohi kapu I
Hut Kcpookalani had nothing to do with
Kcliimaikai. Loiioikahauim k. united with
Kalanikaulcleiaiwi w. and liegot Keawepoc
ixx k. j Kcawcpoenoc k. united with Kano
ena w. and Iiecot Kameeiamoku k. : Kamee'-
iamoku k. united with Kauukahcikuli w, and
begot KaivookaUnl k. Kapookalani k, united
vvilh Kcohohiwa w. and U-got Aikanaka k. j
Alkanak k, united with Kamac w. and begot
Kconokalolc w,( n4 irom icr come ine pres
, You who have faith in the genealogical records
of Malao. IMalaoUlhe naiuepl an inslgni.
ficant and unreliable genealoial, or Hawaiian
historian. Jhuiu iheie, ou see jhat this
Kcmok.1l.1nl and Kcliimaikai are different in
Notice again. Uml k. united with I'likea w.
and begot Kumalac k. ; Kumatac k. united
with Kunuunuipuawalu w, and begot Makua
k. t Makua k. united with Kapohelcm.ti w. and
begot I k.j I k united with Kawalu w, and
liecot Ahu k.t Ahu k. united with Kaoui w.
and begot Kapaihi k.j K.ipaihi k. united with
umiulaikaanumami w. anil oegot neuiu k.;
Heulu k. united with Ikuaana w and begot
Keawcheulu k.; Kcaweheulu k, tinitcd with
lllulani w. and bcirot Kcohohiwa w. Kenoo-
kalanik. united with Kcohohiwa w. and begot
Alkanaka k. Alkanaka k. united with Kamae
w. and liegot Keohokalolc w., the mother of
the present reigning King.
According to this genealogy this Kenook.v
lani is again shown not lobe identical with
Kcliiniaikal. That is )our mistake, hide. Do
voti suppose that by showing Keliimaik.il lobe
identical with Kcpookalani sou would show
that Kcliiniaikal lacked the Wohikanu? He
cannot lie roblicil of it, he was a mighty stem,
well known to the ancients, nc nourished,
spread out his branches and took deep root.
1 he ancients of Hawaii, Maui and Oahu knew
that Kcllitnaikal possessed the Wohl kani.
It is true that the name Kcliiniaikal was a
new name (or epithet), and that his real name
was Kalanlnuimalokuloku, and that the ieoplc
of Maui applied this new name to him because
they admired him for his goodness and kind
ness, and so they called him Kcliiniaikal (the
good king). Wherever he liathcd was made
sacred (laa), and whatever place he stopped
or had an)thing to do with was considered
as sacred. The reason why evcr)lhing he
touched was regarded as sacred and tabu was
liecause of the kapu he possessed, that is, the
Wohi kapu which lie inherited from his lather
and his ancestors. The F.lclt may do its w orst
but it cannot rob him of his kapu attribute.
Again the Etele tries lo attack Kckuaok.v
lani, saying, " He had no Wohl kapu, lift was
only a priest of Liholiho, the keeper of his
god j it was Kekuaokalanl who guarded Kalli,
the idol of Liholiho."
That is not true. We deny it entirely j Ke
kuaokalanl was not a priest. The idol (coil)
was one of Ihc divisions of the property (of
Kamcliamcha I, the government went to
Liholiho, the goil went to Kekuaokalanl. It
was the same sort of division that Kalciopuu
made, who gave his government lo Kiualao
and his coil, Nam, lo Kamchamclia, his
nephew. The government and the god were
matters ol the greatest Importance, and could
by no means lie entrusted to strangers, but one
was entrusted to the elder and the other In the
lounger brother. The priesthood was an en
tirelv different office.
We arc very positive in our conviction that
Ncliimaikai inherited a kapu Irnm his ances
tors, and his descendants inherit it from him.
As we maintained liefore; chicfish rank is in
herited with one's blood; the kapus belong lo
the higher ranks of chiefs, and the lower ranks
arc without the kapu.
We answered our questions in our previous
article, but jou were not satisfied. c repeat
to you, "the grandchildren of Kcliimaikai are
Ihc ones who osscss llie Wohi kapu." You
ask again, "who arc these grandchildren who
possess the Wohi kapu?" Wc reiterate, and
stick to it they arc, 1. yuccn i;owager i.nim.i
KnIelcon.il.ini. 2. l'nncc A. K. Kunuiakea Ku-
kailimoku. All the other questions of
the little are of the same character as the first.
They arc questions thought out for the purKse
of hnding fault. One great fact, or principle
applies to these discussions concerning llic
Wohi, the whole system of kapus was done
away with, and the last aliis who possessed
kapus, wcrci-KcopuoIani and Liholiho ( Kamc
haineha II), and Kconuolani was the last alii
who stood forth in defence of the kapu system
which hcdid.in thcantl-kapu I11ltlc.1t Kuamoo
(oia kcla kaua ainoa i Kuiinoo).
Wc put forth our first article on the subject
in opposition to those who had no title to Ihc
kapus, and it was in the same interest we
show cd the genealogies of those chiefs to v horn
the kapus rightly belong.
It had not occurred to us lo say anv thing in
regard to the kapus and the genealogies ol the
chiefs until after the performances on the day
of the coronation, when the following ancient
titles were announced, "The most sacred kapu
The consuming fire The (kapu) moc (re
quiring obeisance) as previously explained.
Trans. Kuakahili KapakuokaohaikuThc
victor, (Kapalaoaopac) "The torch burning at
noon day. The throne does not require these
titles to insure its sway. The day for these
things has gone by, and if an attempt is to be
matic 10 revive iiieiu aim lumuiaii uicai: una
and kapus on the present royal line, it will be
futile, and they cannot obtain them. The pre
rogatives of the King are set forth in the Con
stitution, and his duty is to look after the in
ternal affairs of his kingdom, just that and
The Elile finds fault with the K'uohoa for not
scttinir forth the nriesllv ccnealocv. And what
would be the use ol our uomg mat 1 vvnat nas
that to do with the question in hand? Just
nothing. Therefore we have nothing to ofler
on that subject, but if you wish to set forth the
genealogy ol the priestly order mat is lor )ou
to do. Kuokoa, 71I1 inst.
TllK 0 ll.lt RUT lSLAXDKUS.
A tiiiectiict Account of their ll'mulcrlnti.
On the nth of March there arrived at Hon
olulu on the Sues, from San Francisco a party
of live South Sea Islanders, natives of Apema
ma, one of the Gilbert Islands. The party
consisted of an elderly man and his wife and
three young men. The story of their wander
ings during the last fiv e months is one of so
much interest that the request has been made
for a fuller account of it than has set appeared.
In 1873, during a visit of the Morning Star
at Apcmama, perm ssion was ooiaincu irom
the authorities to land a teacher on that Island,
from which for almut twenty ) cars foreigners
had been excluded. A Gilbert Islander named
Moses Kanoaro, a native of Butaritari was soon
after stationed there, and he has been blessed
w ith a large measure of success. Quite recently
another Gilbert Island catechist, John Tcnvoi
by name, has been laboring with him. They
regard rung iiinoka as a sincere conveii 10
Chtistianitv. This Kinc rules over the three
islands of Apcmama, Arameka and Kusia,
me central cluster 01 111c uiiucu tiu"i, aim
Iv ing almost on the equator.
OOUieilllie UUIlllg IHC SUIIIIIltl U, IUU.J 1V11I
Hinoka set out from Kusia in a whale boat on
an evangelistic excursion to his neighlwrs on
Maiana, ihe next island in the Gilbert group,
north of Kusia and distant alioul 50 miles from
it. This he reached in safety although the coral
island can only be seen 10 miles from a lioat.
He also touched at Tarawa, 20 miles north of
Maiana, and in due time returned lo his own
islands. He might have made this excursion
in one of his three schooners had he chosen to
do to, hut he preferred to navigate his own
Alter ins return lie received worn mat a na
tive of Maiana who was acting as a trailer lor
him on that island, purchasing the dried cocoa
nut with goods landed from one of the King's
schooners, had fraudulently disscd of the
copra which he had purchased lo a rival trader.
Thereupon the King dispatched aboat, contain
ing nine men aim inrce women, irom rvusia 111
Maiana, to demand from this unfaithful agent
400 gallons of cocoanut oil wherewith lo reim
burse His loss.
Thev reached Maiana safely, and having
completed their business, set out on their re
turn some time in uctoocr. 1 ney expecien 10
have sighted Kusia the next day. The strong
equatorial current had set them too far to the
West. All efforts to find Ihe land proved un
availing, and they soon began to realize thai
they were out on the w file ocean in an open
Ixut, with no compass, with no means of de
termining their position. They carried a very
scanty supply of water, having stalled with
only about ngallons. They had, however, a
fair supply of food and some cocoanut molasses.
On the third day they had the terrible misfor
tune to lose five gallons of water by the acci
dental breaking of one o( their demijohns. On
Ihc eighth day a shower of rain furnished them
a few quails of water, and having unsuccess
fully attempted to return to Maiana they bore
away for unknown lands at the West.
In about a month after this shower the first
of this party of twelve died of thirst. During
the next seven or eight davs six more died; one
women and five men. The supply of food was
not exhausted. On the 91I1 of DctcmWr rain
fell and Ihe survivors were a little refreshed
with the water caught in their mats. The next
day, December loth, a v csscl hov e in sight.
It proved lobe the ffeithern Eight, a mer
cliant ship from New York City Iwund to Yo
kahama, in command of Captain Slocum.
She fell in with the boat about 700 miles from
Apemauia, probably south-west from that Is
land, 'judging form the account given by Cap
tain Slocum in thejMH Gaulle
"A mora doout band of Christians I Mvtr met.
When niu hauled out of ihslr chtcitcti oxlU slxll,
mat dcaj than alive, and placed safely an board our
comfortable ship, a man who appeared to be a leader,
gave ihanLi to the Almightr' kh becoming menace.
They then fell 00 the desk tn a slate of uuer cituiu-
tlon Ilrakly and other stiiauUnu were administer ed.
Warm ua weuwl to agree very well will, one or two
to refused brandy, pa the crytiud thai they et
ChmtiAnt. When the woman, pnor thing,
had finbhed her light meat and smoked a few whirTs
from a pipe, she readied out her hand for our little Oar
field, beckoned him lo come, but before he could go lo
her, she was away in the land of visions. The re
mainder soon followed th- example of the woman and
on awakening they seemed much bewildered, looked
around the ship, then aloft at the cloud of white canyas.
Ihtir own craft had In the mean time been thoroughly
cleaned, propped upright, a tent like roof made over
her, all their little trinkets and scanty clothing wathed
and spread out to dry In a tropical mn, which for the
two days previous had been darkened by temiit and
rain, which made their condition hapless indeed Whag
gie the roungett of the three young men now addressed
melngond Knglivh, 'Captain, where ship bound t' I
informed him that we were bound for Japan. Shlp no
stop at Apemama? To this query I replied It was
povdhle w e might touch al his Island, if w ind prevailed
from the West, and if we had easterly we should touch
at I'onape. In any event, Ihey should lie cared for as
well at circumstances would permit. 'Captain,' said
iVhaggie, ' I thank you.' The change In Iheir
fortunes soon began to tell on these waifs of the sea,
three of whom are young men whose physique and
manly forms could not be matched by any three men
among our crew The fourth was an etilerly man, Ihe
husband of the surviving women, and a brighter eve
lhan tw inkled In Ins old head it would be hard to find.
It was he who refused brandy, repeating his only word
ol English, ' me missionary,' pointing at himself and
then upwards and we resdily comprehended his mean
ing About a week on board, and proectt
looked like landing our proteges on their own bland.
We reached within furly five miles and I fully exacted
to make the Island easily the next morning, On learn
ing this the idanderl set to rejoicing, I came on deck
(as it my custom) in the middle watch and found three
voung men arm in aim and walking the deck, singing
psalms. Our disap;siinlment next day was great, when
wefoundbyobservation,th.it we had struck the equator
ial current, and had been set far lo Ihe westward. With
a light easterly wind it was not practicable to pursue
the course longer. Thence weiha;edour
course fur f.bon Island, which also lay in our track.
We made It at night, n dark boisterous night, and no
time lo lie hovering about coral reefs in heavy a ship, so
from this we took our dejiarture for taring's Island (Na
menk) expecting to sight it early nest day. Our
bland friends were tn doubt whether they would be
kindly received by the Inhabitants of this Island. Tlicy
were in doubt of its ling Inhabited by other than can
nibals, ttd as night and stormy weather were again up
on us, communication with the shore wat cut orT. I did
not feel justified in simply giving them provisions and
sending them o(T in their boat to an almost unknown
Island, and perhaps extremely unkind people. IKvi
dently the Captain had not Ucn a constant reader of the
Millfanary lltraUt. ' My mind was soon
made up. Calling our visitors to me, t acquainted them
with what I thought best for all concerned. 'Talban
was the word and I assure vou their faces at once
brightened up, and a load was taken ofTmy mind. Next
morning, at our ship fairly danced along toward Japan,
V haggle asked if I thought they should ever lee Ape.
mama again. I determined thai they should
sec Apcmama and their friends if my interest could
bring this about, Whaggie intimated that the King of
Apemlma would be pleased enough to 'paymoney, give
plenty cobra,' etc As for goo.lt or money pas ment we
couid not entertain a thought of it. We ar
rived nafely in Yokahamaon the isthof January, 1883."
In a letter of Dr. Theodore W. Gulick, daled
Yokohama, January 24th, he says: "Since
these people came here Air. and Mrs. Austen
have had the care of making them comfortable
at the Seaman's Free Reading Room. All
classes of the community have shown an inter
est in their welfare, and the agent for the Pa
cific Mail Company has promised them a free
passage to San Francisco, and with funds now
licing raised here, and what ill easily be raised
In San Francisco, wc expect they will be landed
boat and all, in Honolulu, with something to
their credit, when wc feel sure they will find
sonic way open for them to return home in due
lime. Last Sunday they attended the Japanese
service held in the Union Church Hudding.
The missionary ladies have shown true sisterly
kindnesss to the woman, most enough to have
quite upset her if she were not in such delicate
health. I have just learned that nearly $500
have been raised to go to their benefit."
Mrs. Captain Gclett, in a letter to Mrs.
Ilingham, written in Oakland, California,
March 2nd, sa)s: "I want to send you a few
lines by the Sues, which is to leave San Fran
cisco to-morrow with some of your parishion
ers on board. They have maintained family
worship, and decline to cat wherever they are
until a blessing has been asked." In speaking
of their visit at the Hay Conference, which was
in session at Dr. Noble's new church, she w riles
"They sung a h)inn in their own language to
a tunc recognized as Ortonville (with varia
tions). I think their visit made a deep
impression, and that nothing was said at the
meeting more convincing of the power of the
After a few da)s' sojourn in San Francisco,
they sailed for Honolulu and arrived as is stated
abov c. These people arc now stopping with
us in hope of securing a passage to Apcmama
mine Morntnfoiar, 11 not by some earner
opportunity. They seem eager for instruction
and wc arc daily striving to make them more
and more acquainted with God's word, and to
teach them a little vocal music that they may
be able to sing "Ortonville" and other tunes
with levver variations. I wo of the youngmen
can read. One of them had with him a well
thumlicd Gilbert Island Testament, going to
pieces from being wet in the boat where for
some forty or fifty days they drifted those 600
miles over the wide l'aciiic, and the noble tem
perance old man is trying to learn his alphabet.
Compelled as I am from poor health to reside
elsewhere than in the Gilbert Islands, I esteem
it a privilege to hav e these strangers under my
care, influence and instruction.
1 1 IK AM UlNGHAM.
Honolulu, March 31, 18S3.
rollKiaS XKHS ITKStS.
The French have gained a victory on the
Nigrc, having captured llalakoc.
The Crce Indians in northern Montana, re
volted recently; but have been subdued.
Parnell, now in Paris, is expected in the
United States soon, on a round 01 agitation.
Hoth Queen Victoria and Emperor William
have recently been seriously ill ; but the latest
dispatches indicate thai both are better.
" Number one," the mysterious arch-actor
ot tnc riicL'iitx I'ark murder, was sun un
known, or at least still at large, up to the 31st
The recion of which Melbourne, Australia,
is the mctroiiolis produced 1,078,466 ounces of
gold last year, about a Ultra 01 wlucn was ex
W. Lane Drookcr, for thirty scars Hritish
Conuul in San Francisco, has gone to be Consul-General
in New York city. He will be
missed in Frisco.
Some New York "spelling reformers" have
organized a "language club in New York.
David Dudley Field and Rev. Howard Crosby
are the best-known names.
A Wall street paper says that about 85,000
shares of Central Pacific stock have changed
hands since March 1st. The sales recently
aggregated 27,700 shares.
I-oitisc Michel has been arrested in Paris.
The specific charge brought against her is she
had entered bakery shops, at the head of an
armed band, and plundered them.
A Central-Asian railway is in contemplation!
lo liegin somewhere in south-eastern Russia
and end somewhere in Kiva or Hokhara. Two
new railroads are to be oiened lh Yucatan
The four hundredth anniversary of Raphael's
birthday was celebrated with great eclat at
Koine, on the 28th ultimo, victor Hugo's
eighty-first birthday was celebrated in Paris,
A commercial and social treaty is being ne
gotiated between Germany and Mexico if
ratified it will secure the rights of German
traders in Mexico, exempting their property
from forced loans or war charges.
A Helfast jury has rcndcicd a verdict of
guilty in the case of six members of the
Annagin Assassination Society and Judge
1 j it son has sentenced them to terms of penal
servitude, var)ing from five to ten years.
The Treasury Department of the United
States has issued an order foibldding the un
loading of foreign ships at the wharves of Oak
land, Port Costa and other points in Ihe dis
trict of which San Francisco and Vallejo arc
Ihe only ports of entry.
Theodore Thomas will visit San Francisco
next June, and a music festival will be held
then in the Mechanics' Pavilion, the Thomas
orchestra lo be the great feature. Miss Emma
Thursby will be the leading vocalist and
Madame Hive-King is ill be the pianist.
A mammoth petition having len presented
lo the lluftalo lloaril ol Excise to increase the
t li(uor license lo S$0 for irm-ictjwrs and $75
for lie ami beer license, the silooii-keeiwrs re
ccntly formed a temporary protective union
ami sent a committee of nesenly-five dealers to
nli on the Excite Hoard, the ntUifM of
Jacksonville, Southern Oregon, have asked to
have retail liquor licences fixed at $250 a
The first instance in America where a ladv
officiated as clergyman at a wedding ceremony
was at coiumims, unto, recently, when ims.
Lidia G. Komick. the evangelist, performed
the marriage service for Charles Tim of Damas
cus, Ohio, and Miss F.mma Bryant. Iloth
bride and groom ate members of the Society
Some of the war vessels of France, having
threatened to blockade Madagascan ports, the
government denies that it ever had such inten
tion, except in defense of vested French inter
ests. In the meanwhile several Madagascar
chiefs are in the United States, uttering a
semi-social, semi-diplomatic protest against
The French Ministry of Marine are having
forty-six vessels constructed at the present mo
ment, thirty-one in the Government dock
yards and hftecn by private firms. Fourteen
of these vessels are ironclads, representing a
value of t2G,ooo,coo francs. Two will cost
11,500,000 francs each. Kight others will cost
each more than three quarters of lliat sum.
There Is anarchy and there are rumors of an
archy all over huropc. The very latest out
cropping is In Spain. "The lllack Hand" is
an organization similar to that of the old " In
ternationale." It Is waging war utmn landed
proprietors, particularly in Andalusia. Work
men in large numbers have been drawn into
the Society, whose chief object is an agrarian
revolution. It has declared war agilnst landed
proprietors, and has commenced work by the
commission of horrible outrages.
The Irish Fcnian-Nationalist-Land-Lcague-Nihilist
has been lr) ing his hand at djn.imile
explosion in London. The Local Government
Hoard offices at Westminster and the Timet
office were the points of attack. No lives were
lost, and little damage was done. The
Russian Government has proposed to the other
Towers that nn Intemation.il detective force be
organized to cope with Anarchists, Nihilists,
Fenians and Socialists. France, Switzerland
and Austria have acquiesced in the proposal.
The San Francisco Bulletin says : A rumor,
which seems to have some truth In it is now
current that the Pacific Mail Steamship Com
pany and the Oregon Hallway and Navigation
Company have entered into an agreement to
transport Chinese passengers and freight from
Hongkong to Portland and Urilish Columbia
by way of San l'rancisco. The steamer C. T.
Hook was sent out with miscellaneous cargo
and laborers for the Canada I'acific Railroad
as an experiment, and the venture was found
so promising that, it is stated, it was deter
mined to establish n monthly service. The
route determined on is Portland, San Francisco
and Honolulu on the return trip. The steam
ers to be employed belong to Howard & Co.
of Hongkong. It is also stated that an ar
rangement has been made by which llic Pacific
Mail Company receives $40 and Ihe Oregon
Railway and Navigation Company receives
$10 lor the transportation ol Chinese nasscii'
gcrs from Hongkong to Hritish Columbia. Ed
win Goodall, of Goodall, Perkins & Co., nil
mits that some such agreement had been made
and states that provision has been made for the
joint maintenance of the Chinese in transitu
while waiting here for the departure of the
steamer for Victoria. This agreement has al
ready gone into effect, and at present a con
siderable number of Chinese laborers are
awaiting transportation to scenes of activity on
the Canada Pacific.
Opening of Spring Millinery at the leading millinery
house of Charles J. Fishcl on Wednesday, Auil 18th.
Ladies and Gentlemen visiting San Francisco will
find very desirable Furnished Kooms F.n Suit and Sin
gle at No. 137 Montgomery St., Corner Hush. Mrs.
T. Honey, formerly of Honolulu.
A Successful House 1 A Successful House I A strik
ing Instance of success In a Retail Dry Goods' way Is
afforded by the Leading Milinery House of Charles J.
Fishcl, corner Fort and Hotel streets. The Proprietor
Mr. Fishcl has acquired the art of holding custom. Any
Dry Goods House can, by freely advertising, draw cus
tomers, once or twice; but to hold them, asd enjoy their
confidence, calls for the exercise of tact and liberality.
Goods must be marked down And sold for what they
are: never misrepresent any article. That It the policy
of Charles J. Fishel, and that policy has made the firm
one of the greatest in its line, on the leading thorough
fare of Honolulu. The Leading Millinery Store of
Charles J. Fischel, is to Honolulu what Macy's it to
New York. Charles J. Fishel makes a specialty of Mil
linery. tST The store is one of the sights of the citv.
New England Mutual Life Insurance Co.
The thirty-eighth annual statement of the old fashion
ed furtly mutual life insurance company whose name
appears above, has been ssued. Organized in 1843
when little wat known by the average public in this
country at least concerning the advantages of this
most unselfish beneficent principle in its application foi
the protection of relict dependencies, the old New
England Mutual Life Ins, Co., oflloston, Massachu
setts, takes rank among the early exponents of this im
portant auxiliary to the imcrests of virtuous and provi
dent persons, as also communities, upon whom charity
makes many requisitions in favor of the "always with
you" unfortunates of earth. The history of this com
pany shows such a record of management that any
man who contemplates providing his dependencies with
the indemnity afforded by life insurance, may safely
conclude that his contract will be honorably complied
with when the time for payment of his claim shall arrive,
licing strictly mutual by its charter, no stockliolders or
other persons whatever are entitled to any advantage,
one over another member. The fact that this company
has uniformly declined to entertain any of the many
schemes, catch.pcnny plans or gilded pill inducements,
by which to rope in the unwary gudgeon, that are in
vogue by less scrupulous companies, is of itself an
evidence of dignified management, as also the best
possible argument In favor of Its well deserved reputa
tion of high merit, than which no life Insurance insti
tution extant stands superior. As will be observed by
the annual statement above referred to, the gross assets
of this company on the first of January, 188a, was
$16,310,461.9, against which all liabilities aggregate
$i3,574i57ooo, leaving the handsome surplus on 4 fir
cent, basis of reserve $3,035,894 93 or if estimated by
the New York standard at 4 per cent, the suplus
would be about roust million ihjllaks, or nearly
ONK-o.iMTia of the kntisk assists of the company.
We are not aware of any more desirable Institution to
be insured with than the New England Mutual Life
Ins. Co., and we are confident that no honorable ad
ministration Is exercised by any corporation than that
so long expressed by this company under the direction
of Pres'l Ucnjamin F, Slevent, whose personal atten
tion is not omitted in even the minor details of the
business of his trust. An examination of the applica
tion and form of policy Issued by this company Is re
commended before parties insure elsewhere.
Messrs Castle &C0010,
King Street, Honolulu.
Agents lor the Hawaiian Islands.
Will be found available for all necessary Information
that may be desired relating to the affairs of this com
pany, to whom application for Insurance In or agency
for the New England Mutual Life should be made.
The Mall by the Steamer Suel
WIU CIom oa TmMtUx, April Ifttk.
AT THREE O'CLOCK 1'. M.
SriciAL Noiica. A "Late Letter Ha," will b.
kept ofta at the I'ost URtct ancr lh. above hour till so
minutes before the advcrtis! hnur of lh. steamer's tic
parture, lo receite all LATE LETTERS, oa which an
aauuionai lee oi ave cents ror eacn letter num. paia,
la cola or stamps.
Tha oublic ar. sijcial)v reauesteil lo Mill all Letters
at Ihe Post Office, and not take them on board Ihe
learner. n. i, nmirtr.r, I", u. M.
Honolulu, April 14, ill, UMt
Tf-ALUABLB WAIKIKI PROPERTY
The lot of land with all the Improvement! thereon,
belonging loth, estate of the lale Chief Justice Hams,
now occupied by Mr. J. S. Walker, is now ofcred for
'rtlt. rA.(,u 1. nn. ntk.4 m.. ,l.tt. .1 W.tLIt!
..... n.pi . J .. .n. w. ...v . . . nnv n. .. n. n.n,.
all Ihe houses being in coud repair i a fuMi grove ol
isnAMnui irvvs in in. sih.io.im. f ins vest Mn.a4KKi lor
battttng oa !te bcaclit ana ts be so arranged with
lull. csMnse lo make two Cbraokle establishments.
Easy terms caa be arranged for payment. For
further parlicularm, apply to
ijjjt P. C JONES, J.
FURNISHED KOOMS TO LET.-rieatantly.
sllualcd Furnished Uooms to Let. corner of Puntb.
bowl and Pawaa tercels. Suitable foe single men. Also
a smau cutiue. i or particulars, appty at iiiua.u,
THKUMiTortureM store. 1341m
IOWELL-S STEEL ENGRAVED CARDS AND
Folds, for Business Cards. Ball PrograasaMti
taut, etc. received in Urge varsely at ihe baTuaiMY
raau Ulrica, no. 0 mimimanu atrees. 111
PLANTATION OVERSEER; WANTED.
Apply immediately lo C UK WIT." go CO., Hop,
nnt,BTSa. rueser, fanin, as, miwa. it
'XECUTOR'S SALE OF LANDS
LEASES or LANDS
THE F.STAfF. OF M. J. ROSE, Deceased.
SATURDAY, HAY 5th,
At 11 o'clock noonf at salesroom, by order of F. A.
Schacfer, l.sq , executor of the estate,
I WILL OFFER I OR SALE AT AUtTllON
Promise) Sltntsttxl on Queen Street,
AND LAN11S Arm LKSSRS Or
Lenda Sltnistad in Manors Vnlley,
as roLtons, viz:
l.anJt in Afanoa Valley.
No. 1 Piece of Taro I-and containing 6-ioof an acre.
No. 1 Piece of Taro and Kalo Land containing 1 6-lo
No. 3 Piece of Kalo Land containing 4-10 of an
No. 4 Piece of Taro I.and containing 1 a to acres.
No. 5 Piece of Kalo Land containing 5 36 to acres.
No. 6 Piece of Taro Land containing t 6-io acres.
No. 7 Piece of Taro Land containing 1 79 100 acres.
No. 8 Piece of Taro Lsnd containing 33-100 of an
No. 9 Piece of Kalo Land containing a 68-too acres.
No. 10 Piece of Taro Land containing 1 1.10 acres.
No. 11 Piece of Taro and Kalo I.and containing
No. is Piece of Taro and Kalo Land containing
5 39-100 acres.
Lands Situattd on Quetn Strtet, Honolulu :
No. 1 Premises containing about 45100 of an acre.
No. a Premises containine i-to of an acre, with
No. 1 Premises containing 11100 of an acre, with
No. 4 Premises containing 11-too of an acre, with
No. s Premises containing o-too of nn acre, with
No. 6 Premises containing 8-too of an acre, with
No. 7 Premlaet) containing
16-100 of an acre, with
No. 8 The unexpired LeaK of Premises on South
street, Honolu'u, known as Honuakaha, containing tK
No. o Tht unexpired lease of Wallupc Fish Pond.
Plans of all the above can be seen and particulars
obtained at the
Office of Richard F. Blckerton, Merchant Street.
ALSO WILL HE SOLD
(llelonging to s.iid Estate):
Two .Large Bo lien, In brick
Hn Honta, Pis Pen
.Lot of Tools. Lot of Furniture.
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
ALUABLE REAL ESTATE
ON TORT STREET.
I WILL SELL AT 1'UIILIC AUCTION
Saturday, Muy 5, !:
At is m.( at Salesroom, that
Vajoablo Piece of Laud oa Fort Stroot,
Manic of and adjoining the prcmifci of the late
J. Urown, containing an are 07100 acres.
Thit tale presents a sood opportunity to narties de
siring; to invest in land for building jmrpowi, as Ihe
NEAR THE CENTER OF THE TOWN
And cottagtf in the vicinity are never without good
E. V. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
ORSES AT AUCTION.
UY ORDER OF JAMES CAMPBELL, ESQ,
1 am instructed to offer at public auction, at Powiett's
paddock, Koholaloa, maltal of prison,
Ob aWtatrdar, April 14 th, at 1 P. M.,
THIRTY HORSES, MARES AND COLTS.
I); E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer,
rALUABLE RICE LANDS.
qV ORDER OF ALINA PAKE,
I am Instructed lo sell, at public auction, on
Saturdiiy, April 1 -1,111,
AT TWIt-Vl O'CLOCK KOOM,
At Salesroom, all of Ms
Valuable Rice Lands at Ewa,
as FOLLOWS I
T. !.. r ul.. T ....i .. L'.t.. 0 n.s..
containing; an area, of I 314-1000 acres, as per Royal
One piece of Klce Land al YValawa, Ewa, Oahu,
coolatninf 1 4-loo acres.
The above four pieces are leased for a term of years,
having lea years longer 10 run, at $iy per year,
One picc of Rice ljutd al VYalawa, Kwa, conulniiur
tfr-loo acres, as per Royal rattnt 111, and U Uaswl for
eleven years, front February l, 1U1, al Siso per tear.
1 wo pieces of Land al Walawa, Lwa, now leased,
and occupied by Aowa for store, etc., SVr fifteen years,
from August, INS, al Sjaoper ,car, areas, 1 j-ioaaJ
r ..: t v ..i . si?.t. . L .H-. 11tl.T.
and known as apaaa s In Royal Patent too; area, 14 100
acres; stascu loriounccn years, iron April, istl,at 941
Two piece of Land as Walawa, Ewa, tn Kapaloa,
known m apana 1 and in Koyal Patent sol, ajid
leasea so itotan al aa per year, wun leu yean 10 nut,
The title 10 Ihe properly It perfect. It presents
ood ooourtunilv lor investment, as II ia all under keai
M lotus tenets, ike aaiieant of nuts bens. loj per
annum, I wd omsr lie wlsotepropuir ia oa. ka, pn
tsuo we nave a raaaanaow ceter, or 11 may be sou in
tswuiyinni, as ueesiiHwa. essess, I .sn.
Iliads as as aspen of piirt-asert.
S. P. AlUUS,Aitclantr.
I.V ORDER OF .MESSRS. MACFARLANE CO.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18th,
AT TIM O'CLOCK A. M ,
AT THE PRATT STORE, IN .1EAVEP. BLOCK,
THE FOI.EOWLNO GOODS WILL HE SOLD:
CAfp-tU, Rugtaml Mutt,
Aottmni of l'rint,
Oxford Shirts While Shirt.
Union anil Woolen Shirt t.
Merino Half !IW(
NccVt.M, GIove, Sill ami Cotton Hanltfrchlef-i.
Merino, KeJ TurVey Cotton.
A Fm RMortment of Drett Material,
Saih RiMron, iarie.1 &4ortmenti
Saxony tUnnel, attorled colors;
Woolen Shawl,, T1l Coders,
lied .SjTf nds
Men's and Children' Hati,
A larse awrtmen( of Studs
1-rareleti and Hroothet,
Tweeds Coatings Stationery,
Ulastttare, Fence Wire, Rope, etc.
E, I ADAMS, Auctioneer.
Thuradajr, April 10th, sst 10i30 A. M,
AT THS SAtbSROOM OF
Heanra. THEO. DA VIES & CO.,
A Select Assortment of
CHINA, CLASS, MAJOLICA, TERKA COTTA,
Flower Fott, Garden Seats, Flower Arches,
Garden Rollers, ect.
K. 1'. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
CONTRACTOR and I1UILDF.R,
steam l'jjutxrxa nn,i,s,
Manufacture all kinds of
and Doors ;
and all kinds of wood-work finish.
Turning, loroll, tsad stand sawing.
All kinds of Planing and Sawing, Mortising, and Ten
oning. ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO AND
Orders from the other Islands solicited. io6-qr
T. Or. XKERXJliv'S
PAPER -RULING DEPARTMENT
TO OVER HIS FORT-STREET STOKE.
Entrances raost FoaT or Hotil Sturrrs.
All work will have ihe same care and prompt attention
UOUND TO ORDER IN ANY DESIRED STYLE
Panax Rultsd and Blank Books Mad
TO ANV PATT-SN.
PAPER OR HILLS I1L0CKED,
Or any work penalning 10 a well appointed
Book-Blmdarjr, FaltkfuUy Exsvoutsvd.
T UBR1CATINO OILS.
Wc dc-lrt to call attention to the fine Hock of OILS
which we now have on hand, coiuprlune;
the following t
.Pi-M Spr-m Oil, la quantiti to sulif
lord Oil, In barrel and cates ;
Cylinder oit, In hurt It and In ca&ci
Cattor oil. (two qualm,) In caM
Paraffine oil, tn barrel "
A cheap ankle for light-running machinery, and. for
moU u-ee, fully equal lu the mure eipenHe oil.
WE AIM KIEF IN ITUCR
SK1DGATE OIL, In cat-,
ThU oil Is mad from thark't liver, and U fully equal
la lard, and U muvh cheaper.
DARK LUUKICATINO OIL,tnbmU;
Juit the thing for Sugar Mills, Cane Carriers and Cars,
or any slow moving machinery, and al half the
price of the eapeiulvi oib now in uae.
la addition to above, we keep
Kerosene Oil Downer's, Noonday, Lustra!,
Neiis-foot Oil, Unlet! and rawt
Linseed Oil, la quantities to suit,
Axxl of tht be a qualities. Also, constantly on hand,
In oil and dry, and Wkiim 14 a4 Mine, U
different qualities Just received
TWO .tUCaUCYS MOWERS.
Just Use iblrseX tl cut MUo grass.
PLOWl AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
U every decrltti used oa a Plaruaiioo.
rENCC WIRE AND HARDWARE U all kU4
coostaotly oa hand mod be sala cheap by
& . H-tix aov,
.Ki Car. Itii-l-J-i fort MisxU, M.d-hl
M. OAT Jr., & Co.,
Ito.lSU'U', II. I ,
Would take ihit method of informini the inhabitant! of
HopoIuIu, and the other islands that
thes have oined a
Stationery and News Depot In the New
Hwalfan Gazette DIock, No. -5 Mer
chant Street, where they ore prepared
Ink inil MurlUifir,
In qiutts, pints, half pints, ami cones.
Letter and Note Paper, Foolscap, LeRat
Cap, Envelopes, Papcterics, etc., etc.
Orilrri tnltrn for nny iicrlW leal or linn.
fitier that may l.r ilcnlral.
IVomH attention will I jiven to the Mailm.
of Papers to subscribers on any of the other
islands; alw, agenti for the
RED RUBBER STAMPS.
Orders for Red Rubber Stamps received and promptly
AT Till: OLD STAND NUMIIIIR I KAA-
SHEET IRON WORKER,
PLUM11ING IN ALL ITS HRANCIIKS.
Artesian Well Pipe all sizes.
Stoves and Ranges
Uncle Sam, Medallion, Richmond, Tiptop, Palace.
Mora, .May, Contest, Grand VtUt, New Rival,
Opera, Derby, Wren, Dolly, Gypiy, Queen,
Tansy, Army Range, Magna G.arta,
Ituclc, Superior, Magnet, Osceola, Ala
meda, Kclipie, Charter Oalt,
Nimble, In wood and
GALVANIZED IRON and COPPER HOILERS
FOR RANGES, GRANITE IRON WARE,
NICKEL PLATED AND PLAIN.
Galvanized Iron water Pipe, all sizes, and
laid on at lowest rates, also cast iron
Lead Soil Pipe.
Hous FurnisMnK Good, all kinds.
All -lies and grade , Lift and Force Pumps. Cittern?
Pump, Galvaniied Iron, Sheet Cdpr and
Sheet Lead, I,cad Pipe, Tin Pl.te,
Water Clotcts, .Marble tlaU
and bowl, enameled
CHANDELIERS, LAMPS AND LANTERNS
OOMETHING NEW UNDER THE SUN.
Made Expressly for these Islands
Barilla Dom Pedro,
Buckle Dirt Excluder,
Lace Webater Tlaa
CALIFORNIA KID MCE, ,
Plush Glove Top.
Urocan, new line.
Ladles' Pebble Uutton Croquet Shoes,
Misses and Children's bhoct, etc.
Ily the Sue 1 liave received a stotlc of Ladies' 'and
Gents and Children's SHOES, etc, manufactured to
my order for this market.
J, U. LVXVU,
No. 83 Kino strut Honolulu
"pHB PACIFIC MUTUAL
I1TE INSURANCE COMPANY
Jcslr lo call the particular attention of everybody to
TONTINE INVESrMENT POLICIES,
Which contain Ihe " tndiiputable Clau-e :"
No Keslriaions on 'travel or Residence.
tree from Danger of Forfeiture
Also Tn c D-rwiT Enikjwuimt Policy, and lU Mu
lual Investment Policy.
ThU 1 one of the roost rcliaMe companies eitlut
has no superior, amJ few equals, bettle all claim
promptly t acts honestly and fait I y by alL
ror luriner iiu urination, wine to, or ci, on
General Agent fur lh Hawaiian I.Utui
A COMFORTABLE HOME!
The undersigned hat recently filled up
In elegant style, the large roomy Cottage furtiieily bej
lougmg to the Lemon estate, on, Nuuanu street,
beyond the Commercial Hotel premises,
fje the puiOM of conducting
A eapartor Lodjctajc Hoaaa.
The nameoflhls pleasant rrtrcat Is the "WHITE
HOUSE. It cannot be surpassed In the kingdom lor
comfort and clean) mesa.
THE GROUNDS AKE SPACIOUS
and ornamented with shad trees.
Persons of reict ability may always be sure of at beer
ful home Ihere. A slitiLg room U set apart U the con
sentence of guests. A KW MOttfc KOOMS AKIu
VACAN l '1 cm always moderate.
MRS. J, T. WHITE, Proprietor.
V Many of our readers will rewember Mrs. White
as proprietor of the lodging Uie on Port street, ad
joining th Pantheon hiabfts, which was such a coin
lurtaUe home under her nanagstncAl, lli)Hi
"UNNY BAGS FOR SALE
h. HaostrsLB CO.
P LAOS I FLAGS 1 1
to several elm, AMERICAN and HAWAIIAN;
ro.ui.at T C. THRUMS t'eei uitet Susss.