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SATURDAY, APRIL iMj.
Pnhllcatlon onic. It at 6 Kaahumami Hire e I f fid
ItorUI roomi at ten Fort treet.
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TIIOS. O. THRUM, I'libllilirr nd Proprietor.
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th. "PKRSS" In Run Francisco.
All matter for the Saturday Prrsi should lie
ddrmcd to lh " SATURDAY PKRSS."
Advertisements mint be tent In by PrlJsy noon
No Insertion for the current lime on be guaran
teed when lent In Inter, Advertiser will mark
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they charter; uny not id marked will be charged J
Double-column advertisements, cuts and large
typea will not be admitted Into our column i
neither will advertisements beadmltted Into "read-
na" eolnmna. it inv nrlf n Ttaet.. rules will he
Kiuir Miineren to.
Notice of any erent of Interest transpiring on
the Other Islamic u. Ill ala..rn h. Ihankfailtw rrlvt
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for publication. Correspondent am requested to
nppenu ineir iriie names in an communications,
not for publication necetiarlly, but hi a guarantee
that the writer li acting In good faith,
.or i. irnus.
Ice will train lie ilcliscrcilon Monday of tlic
Tlic itcamcr AlwrgeMIc la now due will)
several hundred Poituj-iicsc immigrant.
Mr. Knlpli S. Smith, of the 'Salnrday I'icm
Matt, took n flying trip to Maui this week.
Several communication! nnd article pre
pared for tills issue, are uimoidahly crowilcil
out, and will appear next week.
Certain post-oOicc Ihhc hac lately liccn
opened liy the use of false ke)a, nnd the con
tcnU abstracted therefrom.
Owinj; to the departure of Dr. Damon for
Hawaii, thlawcck, tlic .saiic of the I'ricntl for
May will lie delajcd a few days.
A half Interest In the sheep ranch of Mr.
(Jay on Hawaii li.i liccn purchased liy Air.
J. N. Wright of Honolulu.
A conccrl, jiroinlainq an cxccllant musical
treat, will take place this evening at the Music
Hall, for the benefit of the Ilooulu t.-ihul.
The rcmilir monthly meeting of tlic " Mis
sion Children Society" will bo held this even
ing at the residence of Mr. W. W. Hall,
II. I. G. M. S. I-cimic left port on Thurs
day morning for Yokohama, Japan. The ofli
ccr leave pleasant memories, and many
"Church Loyalty," in the morning and "A
Talk with Young People about Friendship,"
In the evening, will be Mr. Cruran's themes
The pugilistic tendencies of the rcccntly-tl-tied
trio attending I'unahou are developing loo
rapidly for the comfort of other scholars, or the
credit of the school,
The steamer James Makcc on Wednesday
last carried away the remains of the late Chas,
Titcomb. They are to be interred with those
of his late wife at Kilauca, on Kauai.
A praise and thanUsgiing service will be
given at the Y, M, C. A. hall tomorrow, Sun
day, at 3 P. M., to which all are cordially
Invited, young men especially.
Kcv. frank lleckwith (son of Kcv. K. G.
Ilcckwith) and wife arc reported to be contem
plating a trip to these islands shortly, to visit
relatives and friends on Maui and other parts
of the group.
A report comes frorti Maui of a drunken row
which occurred between some South Sea Is
landers, at Paia, in which knives and blud
geons were freely used, and one man danger
A runaway was handsomely stopped on King
ktreet, on Thursday morning last, by
Fred. Carter who raced after it, and climbing
over the back of the phaeton, secured the
reins and brought the horse under control,
S. M. Carter and Company advertise coal
and wood; bran and oats, and other feed, and
wish their customers to understand that they
may order the first from a ton or a cord to a
lump or a stick ; nnd the last from a ton to a
The water supply in the government pipes
is already becoming very scant. Such a fact is
a significant and unpleasant one, occurring as
it has at the very beginning of a long and pro
spectively dry summer. With the dimished
supply, necessarily increased impurity is a con
sequence. The Hawaiian Chinese News, is the name of
our youngest contemporary, and was issued for
the first time on Saturday last. It is printed
In Chinese. The advertisements occupy the
outside, and the editorials, -e,ws, and locals,
the inside of the paper. It is said to have a
circulation of about 250.
At the annual mtcling of the Ladies' Benev
olent Society on Thursday last, the following
officers were elected : President, Mrs. W. .
Hall; Vice-President, Mrs. W. F. Allen;
Treasurer, Mrs. P. C. Jones; Secretary, Mrs.
E. P. Adams; Directresses, Mrs. T, Sorenson
and Mrs. S. C. Allen.
On Monday of this week, the case of II. II,
Keclikolani itrsus the Crown Commissioners
was tried before Judge Austin. The case was
submitted ti'xin an agreed statement of facts,
but a decision has not yet Iwen rendered. Fur
ther than this little business of any consequence
has been done during the week.
Several complaints have been made of laic
liy city subscribers at the irregularity in deliv
ering their copies of the Press, the clfcrt doubt
less of breaking in new carriers. Should such
ctruis sun continue, tmsincss nouses not sup
plied by 10 A. M. wilt please ring up No. 30
and the ommission will be immediately seen to.
Work has been commenced on the new
brick warehouse of Messrs. Hackfeld & Com
pany on Fort street, immediately makai and
adjoining their business premises. The build
injj is being put up by George Lucas and when
finished will present a pleasing contrast, as to
style, with that in general use in warehouse
Following is the programme for the Hand
concert at Lmma Square this afternoon, com
mencing at 4.30 r. M. t
March Kamcae .,, ..Parlow
Overture "Struggle for Fortune Suppe
Finale Giuramotito., , Sanclli
Selection Pirates Sullnan
Walt-Sirens . . . . . , . .Watdtenfel
Polka llonne llouche. - , , .,Waldtcnfcl
The two thousand people reported by the
Elele I'oakolu, as having been pment at the
mass meeting nt Laic, turns out to have been
twenty ( anu the resolutions, so eulogistic of
the king and his ministers, said to have been
passed unanimously, were by that small meet
ing, negatived. At least, so the chairman of
the meeting reports.
Campbell's new building, now in process of
erection on the corner of Merchant and Fort
streets, is rapidly uuming shape under the
enterprising sujiervUion of Air. Thomas Lucas
and Mr. I. M. Moorr, the architect. It will
probable be ready for occupation in November
next, and will be when tinUhcd, one of the
most showy buildings in tow n.
The Kawalnui brothers, II. W. & I. U. j I. M.
I'oepoc, Samuel Mahclona, T. N. Kaiaika
wraha, Samuel Kaaikaula, J. W. Kalua, J. II,
Nakumu, W, C. Achi and J. Anahu have
' formed a copartnership under the firm name
of "The Hawaiian Publication Association."
Its purpose will be the publishing and circula
tion of new spapers in the Hawaiian Kingdom,
Mr. J. Williams has outdone his previous
efforts at outdoor photography this week, in
the production of a very excellent set of views
of the naval vessels In our harbor during the
visit of His Majesty, with colors ll)ing, yards
manned and In some, salutes being fired. Sue.
cess has crowned the enterprising artist's dibits
in one of the most difficult subjects known to
Attention has been called to the fact that a
flock of goats which are kept constantly bruis
ing on the sides of Punchliowl, ellcctually
prevent thegiowth of vegetation there, that
tnight otherwise have long since covered the
kill with pleasing vvrduic. The abatement of
this nuisance is entirely in the hands of the
government and under Its control, if it be
ispokcJ to act.
On Monday morning last, twenty-three of
the Chinoe immigrants lately arrived, were
brought up before the itolice court, for causing
the disturbance and eincute, w hich occurred at
tKe Immigration station on Ftiday afternoon of
Ust week. They were allowed to go, how
ever, unpunished, in consideration of their re
cent advent ami consequent Ignorance of the
laws of the country ; and the fact, that the dis
turbance arose entirely from a misunderstand-
J humane and intelligent person who hat
vtf wksMMeU the practice of pigeon-shooting,
CM Ml to rccognlre it as a cruel spoil, and
1 icxy different in clinrai ter fr .m the nit-i ib,u
laughter of animals lor food The man who
t se es no dilTercnic between wnneinir. Iln. netk
of a chicken to eat, and maiming a pigeon for
fun, must lie mentally oblivion" l, a vrr great
The German steamship I'.hrenfrls, arrived
)eterday, fii daja from llrcmen, with 797
nasscnirers (Germans), of whom 280 are child
rcn. There Imc lccn 33 dentin on the voy
age, three of which were adult". Thtv were
chiefly from measles, there having berti 76
cases, the last one bring on April loth She
touched at Valpralso en roule, and reports the
Abergcldie with I loo Portugese for tills mrt
having left a day ahead of her
A conicnior.iry, aajsi "At Wallukit Mr.
Gibson's man is circulating a memorial, ml
dressed to the king, for signature, setting forth
lhat the laic meeting of natives at Wallnkii
was a fraud, and that the present memorialists
nave confidence In the ministry. Ihrougli the
ante Instrumentality, a maw-mccling, consist
ing of three persons, was lately gotten up near
Waialua on tills Islands, nnd resolutions favor
able lo the ministry were mainmously passed.
A justice, an assecsor, and a wrvm were
On Tuesday evening last, Ajitll 2 jilt, at the
residence of J. II. Atherton, l-sq., gathered a
small company of relatives ami Intimate friends
lo witness the marriage ceremony of Mr. John
M. Oat and Miss l.y.lia Fuller. Kcv. . A.
Cruan made the twain one, with Miss Addle
Peterson as bridesmaid and Fred II. Oat as
best man. Of course ever J thing went "merry
as a marriage liell," and the numerous presents
give evidence of the substantial well wishes of
.1 host of friends for a long and happy life, in
which the Press heartily joins.
The rendering of Uingfclbw's poem the
" Hanging of the Crane " nt the Gymnasium
on Tuesday evening, promises lo be of unusual
Interest. The glad story of the wedded lives
11 Fortunate and happy day"
When a new houiehntd finds its ptvee
Among the invrlad homes of earl li,
'fill on the golden wedding day
ITie ftncl'nt bridegroom and the bride,
Srrenely smiling on the scene.
Ilehnld, well pirated on every aide,
'I heir forms ami features multiplied,
Will be told l-olli in the words of the ocl ami
living pictures of the varying events of the
A correspondent writes : " In the Klclc I'o
akolu of the iSth instant, I notice an article
relating to amast meeting of 'over two thousand
of his majesty's subjects ' held in the taber
nacle of the latter day saints from the briny
lake of Utah, at Laic, Koolauloa, Now what
I would like to know is, can you tell me by
what manner of conjuring could such a mon
strous meeting of the disciples of the shepherd
saint of L-tnai be held when there was in 187S
only four hundred and forty-eight males and
four hundred and forty females in the whole
District of Koolauloa.
An anniversary celebration of Odd Fellows
was held at the room ol Kscclsior Iodgc,
on the evening of the 26th instant, nt which
were present a large gathering of the fraternity
and their lady friends. The opening remarks
were made by the chairman, W. (.'. Parke.
Addresses were also made by brothers Cruran,
Gibson and Macintosh. Mrs. Simmons, Mrs.
Cruzan, and Miss II. Parke each sang appro
priate songs, also Mr. C. K. Scarborough,
Miss Savidgc and Miss C. Castle rendered pi
ano solos very effectively. A fine collation was
spread upon the occasion.
The preliminary hearing of the libel suit
against the Kawamui llrothcrs for damaging
statcmcnts made against the deputy sheriff of
Wailuku, in the native paper ko Hawaii Pae
Aina, some time since, took place on Monday
morning last, before the Police Court. No
evidence was submitted, and the case, as asked
for by John Russell, counsel, for the prosecu
tion, was sent up for trial at the next quarterly
session of the Supreme Court. A similar suit,
by the same parly, has been entered against
Mr. Itobcrt Grieves, publisher of the Hawai
ian Gazette, and Mr. Alatau Atkinson, the
editor. Itoth parties were arrested on Tues
day; but released on bail of $200 to appear in
the Police Court on Monday next.
If ever there was a nuisance in Honolulu,
dusty streets make that nuisance. Hut in the
immediate vicinity of the dumping place of the
government gravel train, at the northeast
junction of Ilcrctania and Alapai streets, this
bugbear of driving, walking nnd veranda life
is aggravated by the clouds of dust that rise
from the gravel that falls from the train at the
dumping place. It is a hardship to the three
or four families living in the direct line of the
prevailing winds and sufficiently near to the
dumping place to receive the .dust before it
settles. Judicious wetting down of the loaded
cars before the gravel is dumped would prevent
the nuisance so bitterly and with such good
reason complained of.
How doth the busy Mongol le
Improve the mulmght hour?
'1 he hapless pullet, fair to see.
tie strangles in her bower;
Anddrowns the cock'ret's warning crow
Within his darksome bag,
'1 hen liomcwanl, leisurely and slow,
Departs he with his suag.
And now, alack I it comes out that a grew
some greaser from the Mcxic main has been
doing the gunny-sack act along the line of
ucrctania street. And again, alack I lor it
transpires that he w as a condign Caucassian w ho
left recently in Mr. Hall's Nuuanu valley
chicken-yard a coat and a photograph. If the
rash lad who made the above unhandsome
verses were at hand, he should lw made to do
Cenance by carrying the compliments of the
uard of health to the captain of the midnight
watch that is detailed for China tow n.
A former visitor in Honolulu touched lately
at the Navigator Islands. He writes: "The
islands look very tropical. All vegetation
grows in the greatest luxuriance. The atmos
phere ishumidand warm. The natives made
a gicat impression on me. They appear almut
as the pictures taken when Cook landed.
Apparently they retain their original habits
and characteristics. They are good-looking,
full-sized, well-formed, plump, and wear
nothing but a piece of cotton round their loins.
Despite their tattooing, they are far liettcr
specimens ol humanity than any I hav e seen
anywnerc among native tribes. About a
hundred came aboard to barter curios and
fruit. Ik-fore they were done trading the ship
got under way. Some went away in the
boats; but others remained till the ship was
five or six miles from shore, then they jumpe-d
overboard and swam to land, some of them
carrying things in their hands.
A special meeting of the Y. M. C. A. was
held at its hall, on Thursday evening last, to
take steps for early active work. The directors
were emiowercd to engage Captain I. Dray as
a general secretary, tin ms departure east in
June, also lo employ a janitor. The furnishing
of the building is to be completed as rapidly
as possible and its rooms opened to the public
Mr. P. C. Jones was added to the committee.
On motion the trustees elected under the char
ter, Messrs. C. M, Cooke, P. C. Jones and II.
F. Dillingham, were appointed the parties to
vvnom an applications lor tne use ol the build
ing, oilier than for the purposes of the associ
ation, should lie made, The various standing
committees were announced and w ill be pub
lished in the May .issue of the Friend. A
handsome quarto bible was presented the asso
ciation by Mrs. D. D. llaldwin. which was ac
cepted and a vote of thanks passed to the
According to announcement, the portrait of
tne late Jtiuge Kobcrtsou was lounally un
veiled on Saturday morning last. Chief Justice
Judd presided, and a number of persons were
present, additionally to a full attendance of the
bar, to honor the occasion. The chief justice
made some extended and Interesting remarks
upon the life and character of the subject of the
portrau asconnectcd wan inelilstoryot tiie judi
ciary of the country, and dwelt lurticularlv uixin
the valuable services he had mutual to the
country when lliey were most needed ; upon his
untiling devotion in the performance of the
duties ne nan assumed, and upon las ability
and iinatliality as a judge. This calls to mind
a remark made by the late Chief Justice Har
ris, while vet a member of ihe liar, that
"Judge Robertson was not bied, but born, a
tavvvei." The portrait which was tuinted bv
Mr. J. I. Strong, now of Honolulu, has been
nung ueiwceu inosc 01 111c nrsi i-iuei justice
Lee, and his successor Allen, on the northwest
wall of the court room. The likeness is an
excellent and striking representation of the
original, ant forms a most intercstfng addition
to the collection of (lortraits already there.
The Ling was present at the unv cling.
The dedicatory exercise, of the new hall of
the Y. M. C. A. last Saturday evening, were
atteiuieq by an audience 01 luuy lour Hundred.
King David was present, many leading citi
zens, u fair proportion of feminine vouth,
beauty and elegance, and a very satisfactory
number of vouiig men and bovs. An enter
taining programme was completed, a detailed
description of which will be given In the
Friend for May. Ik-sides instrumental music
I by Mrs. Davits and Mus Dickson, vocal music
by Ihi I ort -Street choir ami the audience, and
a suggestive poem by Mrs II. F 'Dillingham,
sympathetically read by Mr. I rank Damon,
tfrtte were addresses by Mr. Amasa Pratt, Mr
T. II. Danes, Kcv, Mr. Crtiran and Mr. P.
( . June Jr., all of whom ikc to the subject
In band, and to the pointparticularly Sir.
Jones, chairman of the building committee,
' who atoke so thoroughly lo the xlnt that
$1700 was raised amonglne audience to make
' dp a deficiency in Ihe building account, and for
'necessary fiirnilute. In deference to what
seems mistaken diffidence, Ihe names of those
rontribuiing arc withheld. The I riend will,
iKiwever, contain n complete financial stale
mem of the Association's affairs. tincther with
nuirb valiiiMf Y. M. t. A. dal i, and ought to
be in tne hands 01 every mcniin-r and every
friend of the society. After the exercises, ice
1 ream, cuke and cofTcc was served, whkh the
lady friends of the cause furnished most Imitnti
fully. When il truthfully may be staled Ihat
two young Isdlctv nnd three young gentleman,
who occupied a conspicuously gooil-naturcil
corner, acknowledged themselves rcsomlh!c
for Ihe disapcnrance of sixteen wuccfuls of
ice cream, It readily will be seen thai there was
no Mint. Moreover It was nire.
rm: nt, 11w.hr .it iiii.o.
The following account Is made up Kirtly
from information received by letter, and nart v
from facts furnished the Press by Marshal
News came to hand tier steamer I.ikelikc.
on Sunlay last, of a shooting affair which
occurred in llllo, and which, from its unusual
character, has created tpiitc ,v sensation there.
AIkmiI midnight of the iSth Instant, the
sleeping1 airtmcnts of Messrs. Casper and
llurnctt, nt Clark's lodging house, were
burglariously entered by several jiersons, and
the occupants attacked and choked while yet
In Iheir beds. Immediately tion being
amused from sleep by the attack made upon
him, Casper struggled and freed him
self from the embrace of his nssallants. and
succeeded In securing a loaded revolver, which
was l)ing In a drawer of a tabic in tlic center
of the room. With thishc commenced firing,
and succeeded in wounding three of his assail
ants, one or whom (John McCuIlum) died on
Ihe following afternoon, Messrs. Hugh Ten
nant (mason) and J. C. While (a government
school teacher) arc supposed to be fatally
wounded, and are probably tlcad licforc this.
Tcnnant was twice shot in the back, as is
supposed, while retreating, and Wliltc, once,
through the left lung. Douglas, a carpenter,
bv an early retreat, escaped uninjured, while
Car, who Is supiioscd to have liccn the prime
mover in the alfair, got off with a slight cut
Uhiii the forehead from a glancing bullet.
The Incentive to this foolish and futile
assault is generally set down to a connection
or sympthy of the assailants with certain illicit
venders of liquor, who, through information
supplied by Casper and llurnctt, had lately
been convicted anil sentenced at I lib. Ikith
Casper and llurnctt had previously liccn
arrested and tried before the police magistrate
on n chagc of perjury in the alwvc cases, but
were acquitted ol the charge, A representa
tion of a skull and cross-bones, locether with
a warning to the informers that they would be
safer away from that district, was posted in a
conspicuous place in Ililo the day after their
acquittal on the cnarge ol perjury; and this
mav exnlain the nrrmrritm-ss of fntnpr l,
deal with his assailants.
AosI morttm examination was made by
Doctors Kimball and Wctmorc on the lxxly of
McCuIlum on the eveninc of his death, and
an inquest was to have been held the following
nay; mcanwnne iaspcr and llurnctt remain
McCuIlum, deceased, il is said, liorc an
excellent character as a steady, industrious.
and capable mechanic. Prior to his death he
inlormcd tahcrill Severance that he possessed
funds to Ihe amount of $2,500 which were then
in the hands of Mr. Cartw right. This amount,
together with his tool-chest and other effects,
he willed to his brother, John N. McCuIlum,
residing in Ontario. Canada. Huch Tennant.
one of the wounded men has for some time been
engaged by Mr. Arnold, the road supervisor,
in building abutments and bridges in the dis
trict, and is said to have been a respectable
citizen, ands a competent stone mason and
On the day following the tragedy a meeting
of citizens was held to consider the matter, at
which, addresses were made by the following
persons: Kcv. W. II. Oleson, Kcv. D. 11.
Lyman, Key. L. P. Ilakcr, D. IL Hitchcock.
The following resolution was passed at the
"Kcsolvcd, That while deeply deploring the
event which has called us together, we call
upon the authorities to use their utmost en
deavors to discover and arrest and prosecute, to
the full extent 01" the law, each and every one
concerned in the burglarious assault on the
premises occupied by Messrs. Casper and
llurnctt on the night of Wednesday, April 18,
31 tt. MACFIE'S STOUW
Anenl Ihe Jitlttuea iMbor Trouble.
Editor Saturday Press Sir: In )our
issue of the 4th instant, which has just come
to hand, appears an extremely one-sided antl
incorrect report of the suit brought against the
Kilauea Sugar Company by some German
lalwrers, and tried in the Police Court, Hono
lulu, on Ihe 9th instant. As it is undesirable
that the public should be misinformed on
such matter, perhaps you will allow me space
in jour columns to present the other side of
The men in question were imported from
Germany at the expense of the Kilauea Sugar
Company, to work under contracts for $16
per month, without lmard. The Kilauea Sugar
Company was bound by the contracts to
furnish lodgings, and half an acre of land to
each man; but nothing more. On arrival, till
iheir permanent quarters were ready, the men
were placed temporarily in the sugar room
adjoining the mill, a spacious, well-ventilated
building, where suitable bedsteads had been
prepared. As each man brought their own
blankets and bedding the company was neither
asked nor expected to supply these articles.
The permanent quarters for the men consisted
of rooms tw elve feet long, ten feet w ide and
ten feet high, with a double sash window in
each. Two men were supposed lo be in each
room, but some men had rooms alone.
Soon after arrival, these men stated, that
being unmarried, half an acre of land was of no
use to them, and unanimously petitioned to
have the full use of a large dining room,
kitchen and stove, and the wages of a cook
paid for them instead of rcceiv ing the half acre
of land. Their request was complied with.
In court, the men admitted having proposed
and accepted this arrangement, but neverthe
less as the company had received no written
release from the obligation to supply each man
with half an acre of land, the judge ruled that
a breach of contract. On the above ground
alone the men's contracts were cancelled by
the court. They utterly failed to prove any ill
The statement that no medical attendance
had been provided is a gross falsehood, Over
$400 has been paid for medical attendance for
the plantation laborers during the four months
that the men had been in the country previous
to Ihe trial. In addition, an officer of the
plantation daily visited all cases of illness
requiring special attention. Milk, eggs and
other delicacies have been gratuitously distri
buted amongst invalids requiring them. In
sonic cases a woman has liccn paid by the
company to nurse invalids requiring more than
ordinary care. There is now a resident medi
cal man on the plantation who daily attends,
free of charge, all laborers and their families
As the men had to hoard themselves, Ihe
company had no responsibility with regard to
their supply of beef, but had, nevertheless,
made arrangements with a neighboring stock
raiser to open a retail butcher shop on the
plantation for the men's conv cnience. Taking
a dislike to the butcher (one of their own
countr) men) some of them threatened his life
and drove him away from his place, thus
depriving themselves for a few da)s of the
opportunity of buving U-cf without walking a
mile to fetch it. The company was not called
upon to supply beef, so was not in a position to
tcfuse it. All the other complaints reported
In )our pjper, that are not frivolous, are
devoid of truth.
These men were liberally dealt with in all
respects. Till they were moved into their
-lermancnt quarters, the company boarded
them free of charge, but still paid, them Iheir
contract rales of wages. Later their wages
were raised $2 above the contract rate. Pro
visions were sold them at cost price, and
ever) thing possible done to make them com
fortable, AH would have been now con
tcntcdly working in accordance with their
contracts, had it not been for the unfortunate
Iiresence in their midst of a socialistic book
indcr and a few other mischief-makers w ho
having failed to earn a livelihood in Germany,
were glad of an opportunity to emigrate at the
expense of a Hawaiian Sugar Plantation.
K, A Macfu, Jk.
Manage Kilauea Sugar Company.
Kilauea I'lantation, Kauai, April JO, IMJ.
rm: iif.it. TKi.r.viiDSi: v. tun.
On Tuesday antl Wednesday of this week.
there was brought to a hearing, liefore t hief
justice judd, a very important 11111 Inequity,
wherein the Hawaiian Hell Telephone Com
piny figure as complainants, and the Oriental
Telephone Company (Llmitcdl of Iindon,
England, nnd l;, P Adams of this city, as tie
fendanls. Messrs, Preston and Hatch appeared
for the complainant, and A. -S, Ilartwcll and
S. II. Dole for the defendants.
The allegations of the bill of complaint are
briefly In tlic following effect t That Samuel
Hubbard, the I'cntlemcn nt (whose Instance
our local rtimpiny was organized, In Ihe fall of
no, was tne agent 01 the urlcntal Hell Tele
phone C'ommnv of llmtnri. and rcnrearnled lo
the promoters of the local company, that the
ixision omany held ntenls niKin all tele
phone Instruments In the United Stales, nnd
that It would he lm)ossible for a company to
engage in the telephone business In Honolulu,
without the consent of the Iloston Couqiany.
That he proposed to grant to the local com
pany, when organized, the exclusive right to
use and ileal in telephones In these islands,
and guarantee Ihcm against competition from
That, In reliance tt'ion these representations
ami promises, the local promoters suWrilied
for stock in the new comany, and agreed to
issue to the Iloston Company 510 of the 1,000
shares of stock into which the capital of the
company was proKctl to tie divided. That
four hundred and fifty of the shires Issued In
accordance with this agreement were un'iald
for, and obtained wholly without consideration
and by fraud on the part of the present defend
ant company of Ixindon, in whose name the
shires were Issued, the latter corioralion hav
ing succeeded to the rights and contracts of
the Iloston Company, liefore Ihe formal issue
of the shares now standing in its name, and
four hundred and fifty of which this bill pravj
may be cancelled, while admitting that the
balance (60 shares) were duly paid for.
That said representations respecting the ex
clusive right to use and sell telephones In this
kingdom were utterly false, and that the local
company has not been nor can be protected
against other importers of such instruments.
Mr. K, P. Adams Is the local agent of the
London Company, which explains his connect
ion with the suit.
The answer sets up in defense a general de
nial of the aliovc sweeping charges of fraud
axil misrepresentation, antl avers the facts to
lie that Mr. Hubbard represented to the local
gcntlcmin referred to that his comiany held
control of the bell telephone patents, the hand
telephone or " receiver," and the Make trans
mitter, used in this city. That, the limit of
his promises of a monoiKily to the local com
pany, was in regard lo the instruments con
trolled by his company, which, he guaranteed,
would furnish them to no one in this kingdom
but the local company. Thit his company
supplied telephone plant of more than $1200
value, and Incurred an outlay of about $3000
in sending Mr. Hubbard and two expert assist
ants to this city to organize the company and
business of the local corporation. That this
skill, and the said plant, were then available
from no other source, anil that such plant,
skilled assistance, and lalwr. in the formation
of the company, together with the monopoly
of the genuine Hell instruments in these islands,
and the furnishing of the same to the local
company at cost price, lormcil a lull antl valid
consideration lor the shares so issued to the
vs tne uccision 111 tne case is sun pending,
any comment upon the character of the evi
dence adduced would scarcely be just, at this
juncture. It is significant, however, that
whereas only $4,000 in cash has ever been
paid into the coffers of the local company for
shares of stock, (490 shares at $10 each,) the
property of the corporation is now valued at
from $70,000 to $75,000.
rm: s.tTtri: runts.
THE CIllEfS OF HAWAII.
P.lele Poakolu : We previously said that
"those who lay hold of the ancestral mcles of
the old chiefs and apply them to others arc
guilty of fraud and theft. We repeat it. You,
O Elele, and all of your set, who are opposing
us, we again assert it, and hurl the charge at
you, arc guilty of seizing meles a robbery and
a fraud. ou deny il, antl say that we are w rong
in asserting that Kauikcouli transferal all his
titles to his son. And your opposing argu
ments are the following, viz: " 1. The IIu
lumanu, after the death of Kamchamcha III,
came and applied the namc-mcles (na mcle
inoa) of Kamchamcha HI to Kamehamcha
IY. 2. That after the death of Kamchamcha
IV, his title-keepers by this is meant those
persons who committed to memory the mcles
in vv hich these titles were given came before
Kamchamcha V and conferred these titles on
him. 3. Tliat these titles were conferred on
Lunalilo after the death of Kamehamcha V.
4. That II. Kalama did not protest at this
public licstovval of these names upon Kamcha
meha IV and Kamehameha V. 5- And that
as she did not protest against the transfer of
those titles to those previous kings so she did
not protest against their being given to Kala
The other side is again in error. When Ka
mehameha V ascended the throne, he took
possession of the lands which Kauikeaouli had
reserved for his own private use, and which
the land commissioners had confirmed to him,
these lieing apart of the crown lands. Has
this seizure, this grab, this robbery of these
lands as part of the crow n lands by Kameha
meha V, been confirmed ? No 1 The attempt
failed. Those properties arc being restored to
the rightful heirs according to law. Look at
the decision of the full bench on the 2d of
April, 18S3, which granted the petition of the
Queen Dowager Emma Kalclconalani. Yes.
Just os that land grab by Kamehamcha V,
L.unahlo 1, antl Kalakaua 1, ol the private lands
of Kauikcouli was not confirmed, so also is
this title grabbing of Kamehameha IV, Ha
mchauicha V, Lunalilo I, and Kalakaua I not
confirmed. Andthoscwhoconspirctogcther and
snameiessiy declare mat "thus tney publicly
announced and transfcredthc titles of Kameha
meha III to Kalakaua on the ifith of Novem
ber, 1S76," do a very unworthy thing. For
people to misapply these titles for one insuffi
cient reason or another, is a dishonorable act.
It does not become the dignity of the king on
his throne to be misled by the representations
of others. Pahau is still alive who lived with
Kalama from her youth and was present when
his ( Kamehameha s) titles w ere conferred. Paa
lua vv., and Kamakauahoa are still alive, who
lived with Kamehameha III as the kahus of
the lad (Kunuiakca) when he was a young
prince, and they together with others fre
quently heard Kauikcouli say "all my titles
shall go to my son " (Kunuiakea).
Those who arc guilty of this title grabbing
have let the cat out of the bag and we know
who is the writer in the Elele. In the reign
of Kamehameha III he was a nobody and at
the present time is guilty of grabbing and
Again, I have studied the will of Kameha
meha III as it effects the throne aud the crown,
and il does not alTcct the interests which we
are discussing We are discussing the appro
priation of meles by the other side ; the heir
ship of the throne and the ciown is fixed by
the constitution and the testament of the king,
but the right to the mcle titles is to lie trans
ferred only at the command of the king. And
it is as Kamchamcha HI said to KaioTe, " all
those meles you have recited and all my titles,
transfer them all to my son,"
This side docs not deny that Kamehameha
HI chose Alexander Liholiho, his faster son,
to lie his successor in the government. We
readily assent to this. Hut the robbing of Mi
own son (Kunuiakea) was not the work of this
king (Kamehamcha III).
Kamehameha had planned to give some
thing to tioth his sons, that Alexander Liho
liho should be his first heir, and that after his
(Uholiho's) death, the kingdom should descend
to his second heir (Kunuiakea), and he had dii
cussed this plan with his premier, John Young;
but John oung strongly opposed the plan
and advised that he should make (he two
brothers (A. Lihohho and I.ot) successive
heirs to his government.
Owing to ihettrcnclh of the opposition of
John Younji ami others to his yohn Young's)
iicpucw, trvuuuiaacaj uy ineir persuasions,
they succeeded in changing the king's mind,
so that he chose Alexandei Liholiho as his
heir lo the throne and crown lands.
From the beginning to the end of our con
stitution, not a word can tie found which
makes the possession of the chiefly titles a
right belonging to ihe throne.
You enumerate jour witnesses John li, Kau
nawahi, Timotco, Kanmea, Ilikiau, Koahou,
Malie, w ho are ready to come forward and
help ou, and give some savor of right to your
siezurc of the meles. '
You do not utter the words of Kauikeaouli,
nor did these neonle vou mention hear the
voice of Kauikeaouli. That tide is liadly off
iur wiiucssca. xiuv una uuc is wen prowociij
we have Pahau w. I'aalua w. Kamakauahoa
w, and Manohia w, people who lived In thei
immediate presence 01 Kauikeaouli during tne
greater part of their da)s while he was olive,
" The night of Nov, 1 6, 187b, was the time
I when Ihe lilies were assumed by Kalakiun,
tincy sayj ami tnat was the time when a
public proles! should have been entered, in
regard lo all this conferring of titles."
Any time from that date lo the present
would do lo return to Ihe rightful owners of
them all these titles, say I.
It Is a shameful thing to rob a Inynf his
rightful Possession. Kestnre In him Mi nun.
last I If I I, as, a, n ..!,.. t - .. la L. - .! -
hand to seize ui-on that which is another's.
why so I It, Ilut whsl we have heard, ami
.' n me vii-ci-ciii c-muj-m wiiii a sirring i
wiMiwccan substantiate by living wllnesscK,
that is what we have testified lo and what we
II -T-t.- I-.. ,..,, 1 . a . ..
1 ne isuoKoa puniiciy ainrmed, ays the I
"that A. K. Kunuiakea is Ihe lllegitl
chltd nf Kamehamcha HI. while Kim
antl Lihllahi were his legal pircnts." This Is
a very lmortant matter, nnd should not 1-e
concealed, ihetc are nnnv witnesses to It)
it has been universally lalkeil of; Kamcha
mcha made no secret of the fact that this was
his son, and there are an abundance of wit
nessea lo his saying vt Ihcrc arc also tokens
such as arc wont to lie preserved as proofs.
This is a strange thing for the present age, but
It was Considered perfectly proper In the age
that Is past. That was the nature of the
relation between Liloa and Umi, (his lllcgitl.
male son, Petciholanl and Kalela-iuu,
Kaheklli and Kamehameha I, and the same
wa the relation between Kauikeaouli and this
chief (Kunuiakca). Undoubtedly it is an
offence in this age, but what Is the best course,
to utter a falsehood or tn speak out the truth ?
Wc prefer to tell the truth.
A child resulting from this kind of
relation between allls of high rank was much
prized In old limes, and was greatly esteemed
by those who were jealous of their chiefly
miiK, uoes rne wruer in the l,lclc Imagine
that all children born In wedlock at the pres
ent time arc lei-ltlmatc? No.
Thct history of children begotten after this
liiii-giumaici lasmon uv parents 01 this sort is
well-known. These histories merely show
what has been done secretly; the features of
me parents are seen In their children and this
Is a shame.
This has been brought forth merely because
this voulh has been despoiled of the heritage
left film by his father.
The Elele Is very anxious to oljscurc the
right of the popular side, but all your tricks
cannot hide trie truth our fathers have told us.
Let your awkward cunning return lo its nest
and lie quiet, a cunning begotten of deceit.
At another time wc snail conch'dc our
thoughts on this subject. Kuoloa, A rll 14th.
CoitRCTOH-GFNfllAL' Officr. )
Honolcli', April j, t83j. f
Mr. (J. At, Ijite ha been appointed Surveyor and
Guard for the port of Mahufcona, Kohala, Hawaii, vice
Charte Malteme, re-jlgned, W. K. AMXN,
Appro. eel: J, M, KAtruA, .Minuter of Finance,
a 3-1 m
Office or Superintendent of Water Works,
Honoi ulu, July 3, iS3i.
AH pervjn having Water Privilege are notified that
their Watkr Hates arc payable lemi-annuatly. tn ad
vance, at the office of the Superintendent of Water
VorV foot of Nuuanuu itrect, upon the lit day of
January and July of each ear. C II. WILSON,
1 1 Vtf Superintendent Water Work,
In view of the dlfTicultie which haeexi&tedbetecn
tome of the planters and the lestee of the Halawa Mill,
the following transaction speak for itself and throws
tight on the animus of one of the planters at l-ea-u.
In the P. C Advertiser of December 5th and 9th last
was published, fn the Kohala items, an article charging
the manager of the Halawa Mill with dishonesty in the
division of sugar. A suit for $10,000 damage was at
once brought by Dr. Tisdale against L. S. Thompson,
M. D., the correspondent of the Advertiser, for making
and publishing this libel. The suit was settled upon
Dr. Thompson tendering the following acknowledge
ment and apology:
"The undersigned disclaims all intention to injure
the character of Dr. T. P, Tisdale by the item that ap
peared tn the Pacific Commercial Advertiser of Decern
bcr 5th and 9th last, reflecting upon the management of
Halawa Mill, and regrets that it was published, as he is
of the opinion that t was bated on a rumor having no
foundation in fact. L. S. THOMPSON.
Signed in presence of J. W. Thompson. 139-11
NOTICE OF DIVIDEND. The Treasurer of the
InteMshnd Steam Navigation Company will
pay a dividend of three dollar ($3 00) per share at their
office on the 30th day of April, 1881.
J. ENA, Jr., Secretary.
Honolulu, April at, lEdj.
Notice Is hereby given that at the annual meeting of
the stockholders of the STAR MILL. COMPANV,
held at the office of Messrs. W. G. Irwin 4 Co., in
Honolulu. April 31. iMi.thefollowtnz officers. ho also
constitute the board of managers, Mere elected for the
W. R. CASTLE President.
f. IU ATHERTON Vice-President,
W, G. Ik WIN... .Secretary and Treasurer.
J. II. , PATY , .Auduor.
Notice IS alio risen lhat at uiil mFfn!- t,v irt n,
of all the stock, the planting interest of D. K. Vida as
consolidated with the company; and, as provided by
charter of the corporation, the capital slocL was in-
crcascu irom 4140,000 10 3200,000 by an issue 01 10
new shares at Js each, whereby the total number of
shares of said company now stands at 4,000.
W. G. IRWIN,
Secretary and Treasurer of Star Mill Company.
Honolulu, April, i83s- rj-lm
WILL SELL HIS ENTIRE STOCK
AT REDUCED RATES
THE NEXT KOUR WEEKS,
mtvioft to TWt aival oe a Uabgk and wiit-
INVOICE Or MEW GOODS
TIIE EASTERN AND EUROI'EAN MARKETS
Tfca HomalaU CloUUg Eat porUra,
HONOLULU, II. I.
MRS. A. M. MELUr
DnmuUh KUUUkamf Up SUlrt
OTICE OF COPYKIflllT.-B. il icaxuUnJ
IDA! ou In cars dav ul Atml. A. U. iUl THUS.
IIKUM of Honolulu. IsUnd of Oahil. in accord'
uice with S-rctkm ) of an M Act to encourage Lxaroini
Uithu King-dota by MCurin-f the co-p-Wi-of charts and
taAi ta th aultan and utoonMork ol uch codics.
apfwote-d 00 lh 31a day U Pecwnbir, A IK i&6-t(
has dciMMited tn this ct the tut-f U hU book.
"HAWAIIAN FEKNS, a tynopU uUq mouly
from HooLer and -Maker, with additions and tmtnda
tkxu, 4twtf i non especially 10 ih IlawatUa Is
Uods, ty fcdwwd Bailey, HoooTubi, H 1., the rights
til whkb h clauusu owner and proprietor.
In testimony whereof I lute Mieuoto let my hand
and caused the m$X of the Interior PtniMt4 lo be
a ltd at (lot-Julu, this day of Aw J, A. U. M
UM JOHNK. UUSH, Miulufia Interior.
cTlclu cj-sblicrtiflcmcnto. t
A TIILUTIC ASSOCIATION BBHHPIT
Tne.disy Evenlniz, Mrvy 1, 18B.X
ITHK "HANOIHO Or TIIE CRANE,'
Illuitrat'd by TaUi Vleanti sn.1 Vt Mlrt
of ye OH-n lime, wilt b titeri
At the () r m n a 1 1 u ri ,
'lli ptmrrlmnv xlil M preeerle'J Ly Reeftallons ami
ImI-.I ..-!. u-M- uJ . .1. -S- .L -... Ma , .-
moteilfw IMS INC
IVWls of A.lmlsslnn
1 RAND OPENING
Orut Amnrlonn Clothing Hone.
S. COHEN A .CO.,
No. i; Nuuanu strt't, earner tA .Marin tret.
O. W. Macfarlane A Co. will, axt
wmIc, advertise In thU column the car
goea of the ehlpe Aberaman and Janet
Court, just arrived from Glasgow and
.Liverpool respectively, and the ear
goes of the British steamer Abergeldle,
British ship Shandon and British bk
Isle of Anglesea, to arrive from Xfon
don, Glasgow and Liverpool respect
ively, comprising a fall line of mer
chandise and fine good, for which there
la not spaoe In this Issue of the paper to
particularise. Special attention is di
rected to the coming advertisement.
)OSTAL MONEY ORDERS.
Arrangements having bn completed for the Issuing
of domestic Postal Money Orders bribe Post Office
Department, notice it siven that fron and afrr Mav
lit, money orders will be issued at. and can Lc drawn-
on, c uner or tne toi lowing named 1'ost (Juices :
Honolulu.. , Oahu
lhaina., ....., , Maui
If on ok aa Hawaii
At any of the above Money Order Post Offices, an
order will be issued, on application, for any sum from
one cent to fifty dollars. The following are the fees es
tablished, which are payable by the applicant at the
time the order is issued ;
For any sum not exceeding $5 t 5cents
Over $5 and not exceeding $10 10 cents
Over $ to and not exceeding $25... 15 cents
Over S5 and not exceeding $40 ascents
Over $40 and not exceeding $50.. 3$ cents
No order will be issued for more than fifty dollars.
When a larger sum is wanted it must be procured in
two or more orders.
An order cannot be Issued on any post office except
one of the abo e named money-order offices, until notice
has been give a that it has been made a money-order
An order Is naable on presentation, only at the office
drawn on, and the person to whom it is paid must re
celpt for the amount.
Kanl applications are lept at each noney-order
At the countr) money -order offices, certain days, and
hours of the dav. Will he detinilPtl Tnv th Ptt itt..
when money orders will be issued.
No money-order business transacted on Sunday.
PamuhlltS containing more full detail nf the mnn.
ordersv stem, can be had on application at any of the
Koreien monev orders cannot be iuunl until -mAnv.
order treaties hate been made with such countries at it
may uc uciiramo 10 cxiena tne i)Mtm to.
H. M. WHITNEY, P.M. a
Honolulu, April, 1883. ijim
M. CARTER & CO.
5. SI. CAITSI,
. F. CRAHASI,
Ho. 82 K1b StrMt, Honolulu.
aKTAIL DR-SLIttt IS
FIREWOOD, COAL AMD FEED.
would notify the public, anj hunscVctpcrs tu par
llculsr, Ihat ss krtp on hand anj for sal, in quantities
to suit purchasers ami, at loxru rales, ful, at follows!
1IAKD AND SOFT WOOD,
Cut any Lengths,
N, S. W, N EXVCASTLE COAI,
SCOICll COAL, and 111,
CELKHRATED WELLINR10N MINC7
DEPARTURE DAV COL,
The abot. can WordtrtJ by Tclepfion. or otherwise,
and Immediate delivery guaranteed.
OIVK US A CALL Telephone, No. o
K AUO Klir IN ITtXk
HAY. OATS-CalifornU and New Zealand;
HARt.LV Who), and ground J
WHEAT. CORN-WhoU and cracked !
I1KAN, MIDDLINGS, and other f.J.
OrJii h abost through. Telephone No. y,
AKO SI -AAiaAhT
Quick Ddlvar sail FuU Waicht.
ORDERS tKOM OTHER ISLANDS SOLICITED
Tie. Delircry to All 1'imi of th CUy.
lUataWr, No. H KU Str-Ml
TnrHoa Nj, joj.
CAUTION. AU parties are hereby cautioned not
to cash Draft No. o6, dated Aprd 4. Ill, for
iac dra.. by C, N, SPENCER on Wll. O.IRWIN
I CO. in feiur of bcarcrl and Draft Na. aia. dal!
April 7. ill), fur Iss-ij. lira.n by C. N, Speocer uo
Win. il Ir.ia S Co. in faror.of k Richards, and
indorsed by tuns. Alw, a lviuuaory Note, dated Au
suit o. iMs. for tlsA.lt. at tun. months, dra.n bv (1
Mai In favor of J. r. Mackenue, said dWit and not.
having been tost by b undersigned at KaaUisi Kau,
uaoau. j. r, AV.-.T.IS1C.
Honolulu, Apill Is, M l-)t
AT TIIOS. a THRUM'S IORT-ST. STOKE
g has been received . nn uaunosent n bOOKS
th. AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY to which
the uutuloa of Siuusy-School LiUtiits. Tsschus,
and bmii A yitnilw. ara limlasi hi
r JNDERWRITERS SALE.
SATURDAY, APRIL 28th,
At II A. St., at wUifwm, by orifr vt Mmsts. Cast! k
CorW, I .111 offer th fslVrwInc GOODS,
dsmafd An s-oysy,. of importation,
e Minor ernon, vllj
C A C-i tnm MavKi'i tlaHn, irnall;
II llf-MS Mavm's IllsHn, lar()
l Case, l oW'n Charcoal Iron;
i .Vests I !inf turn llucVrtl, utipainle'l;
I t'nse t.annM I'rat;
yj Kegs Naili, .(sorted:
l Coil K Sisal V.np-.
Ca No. rot i, tt fri Anvxkrag Dwim TkHne;
Cas. No. ., it pes Atnmsrag f',on IVllaii
Ca No. MM, Al'tandria llethd Cotton;
Ca No. Ml;, sipcs Alessndrla lllea'he-l CotlMi:
Caw No. nil, New Vwk Mill. lil.thH Cotton;
Caw No. j),;, fi. II. HlarHd Cotton;
." V. I'" "" t'W"V Hr ntlrn,
S-m! .; '' "" P Anvs's Ixnlme, I or.
Ilale No. jir. Stark Milts llrawn Drill;
llal No j,i. OrrM F'alh F. tit n Cotton,
K. ! ADAMS, Aotttwer
WEDNESDAY, MAY 2d,
Al lo A. M-, at salesroom,
Blaok Walnut Parlor rnrnltnrn,
two IlUck Walnut Marhktop Itolroom Sets.
Hureatit, with Mirrors;
.. Spring Mattresses,
Hair MatltMvf, Kttension Dinl labUs,
Mosquito Nets, Mirrors,, Chain,
Pictures, Glassware, Crocktryware,
Move and Kltchenware, etc.
Two Riding Horses,
On Covered Family Carriage two-sealed.
J7 E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer,
EGULAR CASH SALE
friday. Sfa-f 4th, at 10 A. M
IJ? E. P. ADAMS. Auctioneer.
'XECUTOR'S SALE OF LANDS
LEASES Or LANDS
TIIE ESTATE Of M. J. ROSE, Deceased.
SATURDAY, MAY 5th.
At Is o'clock noonj at salesroom, by order of F. A.
Schaefer. Lvi . esmtnr nf ,h ,,,
I WILL OFFER FOR SALE AT AUCTION
PrmJte Sltnatod on Qumd Street,
AND LAND-t A.1D tEAtC Of
Land SitnaUd in Kanoa ValUy.
AS fOLLOWS, viz;
Lands in Manoa I'alltj,
No. i Piece of TwoLandcontsiningfr-toof an acre.
No. Piece of.Trtnd KJo I jmd conuininj i B-io
No. 3 Piece of Kalo Iand containing i-io ct an
No. 4 Piece of Tao Land containing i a-to acres.
Na $ Piece of Kalo Land containing 5 36.10 acres.
No. 6 Piece of Taro Land containing 1 6-to acres.
Na 7 Piece of Taro Land containing t 79-100 acres.
Na t Piece of Taro Land containing 33.100 of an
Na 9 Piece of Kalo Land containing 63too acre.
No. to Piect of Taro Land containing 1 1. 10 acres.
Na tt Piece of Taro and Kala Land rnniiininT
Na i Piece of Taro and Kalo land containing
S 3JlMCT, I
IjxnJt Sitwxttd on Quttn Strut, Honolulu;
Na i Pt-eml-wi containing about 451000 an acre.
Na 1 Premiii eontainui-p .-. of an j-t itK
Na 1 Premises rontainini? xt-xaa of an arr. uritk
build in gv
Na Premlies containing i-i-ic-a of an aere. with
Na PrcmUes containing o-ioo of aa arte. Iiti
Na $- Premlt-ts contatninz Bmoo of an acre, with
Na PrenLeai COntalntnir lA-ion ef an irr. witS
Na I The uneinired Lea of Premi-u-s on Smith
street, llonolu'u, known as Honuakaha, containing ii
Na $ The unc spired least of WaQupc Fish Pond.
Plant of all the above can be seen and particulars
obtained at the
Office of Richard p. Blckenon, Merchant Street.
ALSO WILL DE SOLD
(Iltlonging to said Euu):
Two .sUft BoiUrm, in toitk.
Han Hon, Pic Pan-
Lot of Tool Lot of Pnrmttnra.
137 K. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
OK roftT STIUatT.
I WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION
Suturduy, Muy a, l(lei:.
At 11 u., at SaUsrooo. that
ValaaUa FUeo of Lam on Port Itraat.
M-A e-f fcad 4joluig ibe jerams of ih late
J. Brown, containing an are of 47100 acres.
This sale r-rt-stt-.ii a 100J offtTjori unity to turtle de
nAf w Uveal in land for Uuldwg (urpoMv aa ike
NEAR T1IK CtNTER OF THE TOWN
And cutafva la th. slsinlty w. ftcm wUlsoui (aod
E. P. ADAMS, Auctwot.,.
rHBAP RIADINQ MATTBR.
ach wauu or iiLitraariQ am.
Pyt f fivr PUnuilwiu S.tnswi, at ndowd ruu,
r riioi 0, Tiiuuu.
CONTRACTOR ftm! BUILDER,
HTV.AM V LAS ISO MthhS,
MaiWa-ttwft aR kinds f
and Doors ;
and All kinds of wood-vrork fmlth.
Turning enrol 1, anil rmnd tawn.
AH iWsef nffiff and V-W. M-setWftg. M Tt
- n wt i
ORPERS f'ROMI'n.Y ATTRMnKI) TO AVU
Orders from tb ettv-r l1ar.li soHtfml. ir
I UDRICATIHG OILS.
"A'tilrsir.locallMltntlan to llx (ln stock of OILS
which w now base on band, cnm-iinf
Ih. following ;
Frch Sperm Oil, In qnaotltits. lomlti
lard Oil, in LarrIi trA eass ;
Cylindsr oil. In barrels and in caws ,
CaUor oil, (iwo qualities,) in casts )
I'lrafrine oil. tn Lan.i .
A chrap arlicl. for llht.rnnoin machinrrr, an.1, for
most osrt, folljr crjnal to Ihe more cifnire oils.
" Lo xttr is, toc
SKlrXJATK Oil- In cas.
TWs oil it mad. front shark's liters, and is foil, rmial
u, mk, ,, uiuui inrier.
DARK I.UIIRICATINO Oil' in i. ,
Just Ihe th!n( for Sajar Mills, Can. Carriers and Can,
";."' w,iik m.amrjt ami at nau id.
k. of the eipenslM oils no-w In ok.
In additioa to aVore, we keep
Kerosene Oil Downer's, .Vooodar, Lastral,
.NraH-ftx Oil, toiled anrl raw:
Unseed Od, in rtuaQtiiics to sail.
And of Ih. Ust qualities. Alto, constant!) on han.1,
In oil and dry, and tlhllr !. ,n Zl,,r, U
different qualities. Just Retired
TWO BUCKEYE MOWERS.
Jn.l th. thing 10 cut Ililo pass.
PLOWS AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
of every description nsed on a Plantation.
FE.VCF. WIRE AND HARDWARE of all ind
constantly on hand and for sale cheap by
E. O. HALL & SON,
1 ja-tf Cor. Kin and Fort streets, Honolulu.
COMETHINC NEW UNDER THE SUN,
Made Eipressly for thts. Islands
Bnckla Don Pedro,
Buckle Dirt Excluders,
Lace Web-iter Tie.
CALIFORNIA KID LACE,
rtash Clos. Tops.
Droans, new lint
Ladies' Pebble Itatton Croquet Shoes,
Misses' and Children's Shoes, etc.
Ily the Soejc 1 hare received a stock of Ladies 'anj
Cents' and Children's MIOES, etc, mannfactored to
my order for this market.
.. . i.rxcir.
No. S3 King stkkt Hoxolvlu
-pHE PACIFIC MUTUAL
XXFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Desire to call the particular attention of everybody to
TONTINE INVESTMENT POLICIES,
Which contain the " Indisputable Clause "
No Restrictions on Travel or Residence.
Frte from Danger of Forfeiture
AlsoTMr DcrosiT Kndowmixt Poucv, arvj the Ma-
....I I...... ti,:
.a . ,..--u.m, awajr.
This is one of the most reliable companies cstanc
has no superior, and few equals. Settles all claims
promptly ; acts honestly and fairly by all.
For further information, wrile to, or call on
R. W. LAINE.
117 If General Agent for th. Hawaiian Islands
A COMFORTABLE HOME I
Ihe undersigned has recently fitted sp
In elegant it) lc, the Urje roomy Cottage formerly t.
"'" " " .. Htc, utl slUUUIII Hiceit
Ujrood the Oku tercul tloid premises,
for the purpose of condaauif
A raparior Irfdcinc Hoom.
The nameofthu pleasant retreat Is the WHITE
HOUSK." It cannot be surpassed in the Uafdom for
comfort and cleanliness.
THE GROUNDS ARE SPACIOUS
and ornamented vuh shade tree.
Persons of respectability may alwaj be sure oraciSeer
ful home there. A silt in e .room Is set apart for the con
stnience of juests. A FEW MOKE ROOMS ARE
VACANT. Terms always moderate.
MRS. J. T. WHITE, Proprietor.
VMany of oar readers mill remember Mrs. White
as propeietor of the lodging house on Fort street, ad-
Joining the Pantheon Stables, which was such a ct
ortabie home undr her manaxemctiL tif-ya
E HAVE CONSTANTLY
OK HAMD lAitcr tjl'AKiuias or
Hrsy -and Oi-nln
Of aU kinds, which we offer to p-uuhasers at
THE IXIWEST MASUCET RATEa.
Our Uuck u renswed by each aniralftoonhecuait.
Wt an l-rrparttl re OrlhJ drain of all kind
AT ANY TIMt.
C.ENEK.L AGENTS FOR
7'U Iuiit Mutual Lift liuurantt G. if Co,,
Tht Stiitt Imolmmt Insurant Ct., eCai.,
TMt .Wir Ttltfitnt, lit linifUit, tut anj
(Xtaftit m in ust,
Fort St e t r. . ...aaUla
THE "SUPERIOR" STOVE.
G. EXQJblSQ & Co.,
AV. J, A'.m.is St., .Vwlita. II. A,
Sole ajenttlu. these IsUnds. A Ml ko. of lb.
A Intra Ja Hlrtt,
utui " MprUr"
and Fisturs s (v lb. saja. always In stoctu
JOB WORK PKOMPILV DONE.
Tio Us, en. lu-nr
NEWEST ST)'LKS AUrnSTIC TVPK AB
buAxmy for WUsns (SmW IWIsft
I'smm, KusttalnaMUt, sic, esc, r-wstaiwly ---j
isuiil end giwuat orders tut vajK. iTcanlr tT.
mud, at lb. c,,li Psj,,, No, H(M!Lm
stirs. -i .