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SA.TIJNIJAV I'K !:,
flATUHDAY. MAV M, ."t
INibllf altnit nlftr. li l Kaalmmanii ilra.l i Hit.
Ilnifal rnoml at nil I'nrt Harl
!(iilirilir and Aitvill.r will p.i nHim
Til 0! I (I rilUWM, l'iiMltlir and I'roprl.tnr
II, ('.. IIAKII ll)innlr iilhnilK.I aernt for
Ihf "I'lOISS I" Hn 1'ianrlsen
All mell.r for lli Hahiritay I'ims sIiimiM lis
addi.K.d In Ih " .'lArUKDAV I'lirtilH,'
Attvetlla.ni.iit mnl h a.iit In li v 1'ilday nnon
Nn Inaetllon Mr lha rmrsnt lii can li iniaran
t.d wh.n senl In later Advertiser will math
lhi nitmb.r nf Insertions detlr.il, from wMrli daf
lliry rluii any not to niaik.d will ha cliatRail 1
Dmilil column nilefllti.ni.nl, nil anil lane
tyn will nnl lia admitted Inln nur rnlnnini
neither will advrrlii.m'ntl l admitted Into "lrad
n" rnlitmn, al any nl rii.ta tiilae will li
rigidly ailliaiail In,
Nntlrenfany vnll (if Inter! IraiHplllnr nn
Ilia nlhat Manila will always li IlianUlnllf rrrrlv.d
for niilillratiml CnriMhninl.iit ata iniu.tt.d In
ai'n.mt tli.lr till name In all rrontniinlcallnns,
lint fur piiMI'atlnn ii.r.iiarlly, lull a a guarantee
thai Ilia willar la artlnt: In nol lallli
i on u ir.'ii,
Wink rt1n;im nn llielnl'li'.eni I'warmllic
Tim Win, (1. Irwin ttlll mII fin tlie coit
Mests, I. Willlint A f'n. SIC III wnlk on n
i)ioli)!ivnlc irsntirnm of llic limn.
1 lie mail lien) WnlklM mo out of rrpilr In
nunc i1nrc, nml slumM lie nllrmlcil In
The linn. I'.IIvmmxI '1 lioinc nml Mt. Tlmine
nf New Vmk litrrtU.itlcil wltlillic klnt; nml
inrrn list Momlny.
Cnplnln Ihlea of llie Iwilml liis rrctivcmi
fioni llie nllnrk of iiilliilinji which liu kepi
lilm fnnn duly irccntly.
Wlmlltn "rniliio"? 'I lie Ailirillsct use
the miiiiI In If Icflilct of )ctct;lA), )cl llicic l
nn audi mum in Wclnlrt.
Cniilnln nml Mr. Illsscll of llic Momlm
psc n ilctlnlilful Utile illnnct In tivcn of lliclr
Inly filcmU lnt Tliutwlny.
'Die Mmltna mmll i jiillcnu were te
iHitlcil on the nicml, jeatctilny, only tlucc lie
lug cunfineil In their liuiika.
The llullclln liu liccn jitlntcil of Mtc on
much lullci nicr, nn olilcncc lli.1t the klmlly
niennt mim;cslltii of the l'rcM liu licm nn
ntcilli). The nilicttUetnent fur the Kntncliamclii
t)iy race, "lilcli nppciu In llic miiilcnKiit,
hit liecn canceled, nml will nipc-ir In next
The llnuillin Chinese Ncwn for the current
week U nnln on ante. 'I lie miniiiitn nay ll
H lieini; pitronucil nml will anon lie on ft ;oo(l
l'ourtli of July will noon roll mum!, nml
(iitrlotlc Auicilcnna me womlcrini: whit ia i:n
In); In Ik; done nliout lis cclclirnllon, Don't nil
ipcak nt once.
Mr. Willhui 0. Smllli linn liecn ntumintetl
in the place of Dr. I. Molt Smith, spcchl
coniuilisinncr nt WnshlnRton, ni n Iruttic of
llic l.umlilo catnlc.
IlcrMnjcaty Queen Ilminn nml Mr. Charity
K. UUIiiiii haic ('one to Knlh.n, tnlait the
1'ilnccM Hiith, who lint lx.cn ill, Imt tint bet
ter whin list heard from.
Mr. Ilucklaml will 140 In Kolnt.1 next Tucv
da), Ihcncc to Ililo nml Koni, in the Intercut
of llic lloslon Kxhiliilioni nml it U to he 1iohi1
that he will he successful.
There will lie much alualilc property sold
li Mr. i:. 1". Ailami to day, Ineluilini; "The
Ili of Inilcl," on the reef, niljolninr; the pro
perty of Messrs. Dow sett nml Sumner.
An outhnuac on llic premises of James Auld
on Kmmi street, wnson fire last Tuesday j but
was extinguished lcfoic much dunage was
done 1 nnd no lire alarm was turned on.
The local news of tint nstutc contcinixirary
the Admtiscr consisted, last Wcilncvlay, of
clcNcn business notices, two art notices, one
professional notice and two items or news.
An ndtcrtiscment for the Koal Acricnttur
al Society, too late for insertion, informs the
public that llic prizes to be i;lcn will be in
inc snapc 01 saiumic mctiais ami testimonials.
The Honolulu Library and Kcadinc Room
Association arc receiving bids for the erection
of their new building, nml base extended the
time lor receiving siicli tenders to Inc 31st in
A subscriiition Kill was cistn nt the Music
Hall, tail Thursday night, in honor of Queen
Victoria's birthday. It was arranged by Com
rnlssioncr Wodchouse and a comuuttcc of
To-night will mirth and minstrelsy supremely
reign. The burnt cork bo)s will hold the fort
at Music Hall, and lie just as funny as they
know how to be. They arc hopeful of a lictter
house than the library folks had.
Max Kohm, the painter, C"1-' a pleasant lit
tle birthday party last Saturday evening. A
few invited friends nsstmblcil at his residence
on the corner of Hotel Street nnd Adams
Lane ; and had a scry good time.
The bark Moravian was set on fire a little
before I o'clock list Sunday morning. The
captain thinks the fire was incimliar). The
fire department extinguished the flames, which
caused damage to the amount or about $750.
The Elsinorc, under Captain Jcnks, arrived
from Portland, Oregon, last Saturday. Cap
lain Jcnks hopes to obtain the usual passenger
nalronacc which the comfort of his -vessels and
his pularity as a skipper so generally hasc
"The Lose of God," will be Mr. Cnuan's
theme Sunday morning. In the evening, at
the request ot George de Long I'ost, G.A.H.,
Mr. Cruian will preach a Memorial Sermon.
The rxist will attend the church in a body,
and the audience room will be appropriately
Two articles by the medical editor of the
Press will be found in another part of the
paper. They destroy two cherished delusions
of the chief local writer, who has hitherto be
lieved that rubbish burning in backyards was a
lud scheme, and that artesian wattr was the
best to be had.
The beggar who has been imivortuning the
charitable and imposing on the credulous,
during the past few days, is a Portugese; and
should be looked after by his consul. The
other morning he visited one family before
breakfast, obtained a dollar, and relumed in
an hour or two after more,
"If four hours a, day is alt the irrigation time
that is allowed an ordinary human being, why
should a policeman be permitted to have his
irrigation hose running all day long?" is the
pertinent query of a subscriber, who might
nave Included trie names of several good and
pious officials who ought to know better.
There arc two tickets in the field for fire de
nartment officers. Messrs. John Nott and
James Dodd are running for chief, the. former
apparently Having inc inusi aucngin. uu,
d. li. Wilson is on both tickets for tint assist'
ant. It is thought to be a close fight between
S. M. Whitman and Douglas Monsarrat for
The follow Imr is the nrouramme for the tec
ular Saturday afternoon concert at Emma
'bouare, commencing at 4130.
Muvh-Danlir i,.. , parlow
Ovartura Ktmint.nccof Otuan, nsw . .Cada
I'ulonaiva In IUhUI Airay, lw . Marnlotf
Sxlcitkw Maruana Wallaca
lanital Follow ma.,. . .rarmcr
QwaJrula Under I'almt . Hunntr
The mounlctl police, on whom the mere
bagatelle of $10,000 and odd basso far been
spent, paraded the streets of Honolulu rally
this week. There were two of them, and from
the croups of their helmets to the spurs on
their cavaliy boots they looked, "for all the
world" like Captain Ha)ley's grooms.
The GatelVr says I " The cargo taken by the
Sues to San Irancisco, 4,3l4,8j5 ft,, of which
was sugar, had a domestic valuation of $375,
896.26. The Kiona which sailed just about
one veal tco I May 30. Itftji hail 111.007 lbs.
more of sugar and had a total valuation of
St11.B62.71 1 so the lost Mora It vet accresi
Ileal with having carried the largest cargo as
regards domestic products and valuation that
ever left ibis poit."
The sneak thief is at work. Milk from the
morning door step, lugs and whiitf from late
tarrying carriages 1 this, that and the other of
small alue but of daily use and comfort to
owners have been stolen, light ami left One
does not like to say unkind things about the
police. Next to printcis, they are the best
ulraarl at Outturn beings. Hut it would be
rtrtiH'-g If they would catch about three
IMtvktMcvM next week.
Mr J I) SltnriR Imt Urn l triune liaw
Inf; in ilna clly for annul mmitlii Hi'
will K til tiimcil lirr nii l now nn raiimi
Mom nt llic store of Mcssr, J illlatn ft I it.,
tiliotiiRrniilif t 'I lie ni
i!tnlitt I lie minll tinier in n
from miIv tlillilluKal in yimni innliiKl nml
nil rally tlillilliiKal III)
mint; wnmiinliiKal. gm h-
mint; wiinimiliixal, nml li-tir litrit iinilrr Mr.
SUonc'n Inlllnt) fmin l vcrk (11 f'nif month,
Many of Hie aktlchra exhibited me In evidence
liol only of faithful teaching but of consider
Mr, (inirge Lucas' planing mill Is tunning
with InrirAscil wrr ami Improved fitlllllea.
lie Inta lectnlly put In a new engine nf Im
hour Kiwrr commonly run nl 71) mml by
the t'litinnn Mnchine ( niniKiny, nf I ftdiliurg,
Mnasnthuvrlli, Uirnl ImliKtiy his liecn nl)
patlnnlird In the new tiilnil.11 lailtrr of ),rn
aiiona ciimciiv, 1111111 ny me iiniiiiiiiiu iron
Vorka. Mr, l.ucna la now running hit band
saw, In gctl lug nut veneer I lie oiernllon 01
this saw Is woilh aeelng
Die Irnvrlllng public would be obliged In
llic enlriiiiislng inniugemcnl nf IJialil Wat
klki line If rnnchra ran At audi Inleivnls nil
Sunday that Inthert rnlclit hive a longer time
nl the Imths, 'I he minngcnient of Ihr bithl
wniilil umtmiblnlly find ll M ml vintage n In
rrrtise nml Improve tnrlr nccomiiKKlstloiis,
'I he family pilmnige nl the baths mlghl be
Inerenaeil liy eintiio)im: n mote civil, acnsiiiie
nml Just nttcninvnt man the one who Ins
licen for some lime in clnrge
l'oslmislcr (icncial Whitney conlcmplitea
lowing itcacilptlon nnd ilenominiliont 1 n
twenty five cent slniim tliimlnu atntuc of Ka
mclmmcni I, In pmfilcl n lli'rlv rent stntnp
of Liimlllii, nml n fiflyccnt
stamp wilh henl In profile of Queen Dowager
i.iMMui. t ivvii vein ,i.viii 11 n,aini inn, iy ntvt
plmneil, ns nlsn atninpeil envelopes of two nnd
live cent ilciiomlnitloiu. The colors for these
vat ions Issues nrc not )ct fully decided tiKiu,
Seven of the hthditctt. wittiest, nrctlicst
nml best hked )oiiiig hilica in Honolulu hive
gone Into voluntary ittlrcmrnt nt Wnlklkl,
Nlr, Hctiry Mncfirline hn Initio! them n tic
llglitful cottage, 'Ihiyhnvc their own liwn,
their own section nf beicli, their own billilng
house, their own telephone nnd their own aov
erclgn Independence. 'I hey nrc their own
conks nml their own himlmiMcna. In lint
secluded IMcn, the I) rami)' of domestics nnd
inc iicstMiiism 01 cnnvcntionii tv men kc un
known. Neither the behests nl fashion nor the
mandates of iiksomc routine trnv trouble them
And, liest of all, there Is no dude nearer than
Mr, C. Mnson Klnne, of Sin 1'rnnciscii,
president of the Veterans' Home Association of
California, his issued n circulir reminding
camps nnd numliers of the Grand Army of the
lupimnc mat tnc join instnni, ucrnraiion
Diy, Ins liem set ntnrt for spcclil efforts to
nlic money to build nml equip the home, on
the site owned by the nssoclilion. Up to the
filh ultimo, $.)6m2 1.50 had been received. Of
this, $17,750 Ind been pilil for A site, $1,000
for setting nut vines, Iciving n balance then on
hmd of $l (,973.42. Ihc sum of $15,700 Is
reiulreil to bullil n partial structure which mav
lie 'ndiled tn in future; nml $5,000 more is
needed to fit it up.
A most disgraceful nflalr iKCurred last Wed
nesday over on Ihc reef, where n jnrty of
Hoodlums collected to witness a tirlrc light be
tween two of their comrades, ft seems from
whit can be leirncil tint the pcrformmce was
a "put up job" on one of the pirly who was
intoxicated previous to lhci beginning nf the
fight. II) liliclng hlmsilf in the nowcr ol his
assailants, he was bully crippled. It only
needs In be said that he was oundeil nbout
the head nml face in n brutnl manner, and was
aflerward kicked until insensible, and is now
in condition not to leave his bed for some
time. 'I he whole pirty arc, however, under
arrest, nnd will probably be made examples of.
Such occurrences arc certainly not mirks of
1-hursdiy evening, nt the lecture room of
the Port street Church, was held the regular
monthly sociable of the ladies' society. Al
though short, the programme was unusually in
teresting, ami was thoroughly apprcclatcel b)
the audience. A piano solo, by .Miss Castle,
rendered in her usuil effective nnnncr, opened
Ihc evening's entertainment, and was followed
by a reading on "How to amuse children," by
.11 r. Arnasa 1'ratt, a vocal solo, by Mrs.
Hanford, a piano solo, by Miss HcssieDickson,
a recitation of " llrave Jennie McNeil," by
Mrs. U. R. Hendry, a socal solo, by Mrs. J.
II, Pat), and to close a poem in honor of
r.nglaml and the birthday ol her queen, read by
Mr. Pratt. After these exercises, refreshments
Mr. J. M. L)dgate, writing from New
Haven, Connecticut, says: "Dr. William
Hillcbrand, who will be remembered as for
many years a resident physirian of Honolulu,
is now at Montrcux, Switzerland, making the
final preparations for the publication of his
work on the Hawaiian Flora. For a number
of sears since leaving the islands he has re
sided at Orotava, Canary Islands, where he
has been engaged mainly in his studies of Ha
waiian plants and inivnting his flora which is
now completed and will probably lie published
within .a ) car. This flora will be trie result
of the studies and collections of a life, will
doubtless prove a valuable and interesting
addition to botanical science and will be the
only complete and systematic survey of the
Hawaiian Mora, wnicn is one mat contains a
great deal that is of special interest to science,
as well as to the ordinary reader."
A Grand Foreign Exhibition will lie held
this ) car in lloston, Massachusetts, opening
September 1st. It will lie held under the aus
pices and direction of the Massachusetts'
Charitable Mechanic Association, and has the
countenance of the state and general govern
ments. The exhibit will consist entirely of
torcign material; "loreign products, manulac
turing, industrial and artistic productions;"
consisting of fibics, fabrics, food material,
machinery, implements, antiquarian and eth
nological discoveries, books, newspapers, pam
phlets, pictures, and an) thing of value in the
liolitical, social or industrial history of any
foreign country. Mr. C. K. Ilucklaml has
liecn cmplo)cd by this government to work up
a creditable exhibit. Application for space in
the exhibition room in lloston may be sent to
that gentleman, at the foreign office, not later
than June 1st. The Planters' Labor and Sup
ply Company are expected to assist in the
work of collecting and forwarding a creditable
There came near being a tragedy on the
corner 01 1 ort ami neretama streets last inurs
day night. The sociable social was at an end.
The last laggards, a party of six, were filing
out, laden with spoils. There were three
portly matrons, a doughty deacon, a flip
pant young man, and a giddy girl. The mat
rons were carrying cake, the deacon bore a
basket of bread, the maiden was laden with
Icis, and )oung man carted a large milk can
filled with lukewarm coffee. He was carrying
this in spite of one of the lady managers, who
wished to burden herself with it; and she said,
" That is real gallantry." " Yes, ma'am, it's
five gallantry. It chanced that President
Drown, of the Society for the Suppression of
Puns, was waiting al the door to walk home
with the iddy girl. When he heard that out
rageous joke, lie gave one mighty bound.
Fortunately, he missed his mark. The culprit
was in shadow and, dodging skillfully, rushed
between two of the matrons ami out at the
niakai door. An express was awaiting pas
sengers. Into it the punster jumped and was
driven down Ileretama at a gait aliout five
miles over the limit. And the liaflicd reformer
had to carry home that can himself,
TIIK OTHER IHL.t.VDS.
The Ivini: wa canceled at Ililo on Ihe l6lh
Inalant, but falleel to aniwar. Heuileil Tor
tliat iwit, now ever, on last lucuiay t Ukclikc.
The new school teacher at the Union School,
Ililo, who has taken the txKition occuiiietl
formerly by Mr. While, U to far much likeil.
It lt reporteJ that there were two whirl
wind at Mahuknna on Moiuhy, one out on
the water and ono on land, which lifted the
artrtian well derrick, mined it about ciiihl fct-t
from ill foundation and tore Ihe roof oil one of
Ihc Ion,; laborer Imusc.
A few aged Kohala conle, who taw Ka
mehanieha when he wat liwng, auert that the
tlatue hat not hit likeneu; and that the
feature, the note and mouth, are not Hawaii
an. They uy that the? painting In Ihe court
house It a eood likeneu, and the tlatue had
belter been nude from that, A Culntirun
found an old woman proatrate on her face, in
the road onpotHe the statue, lost week. lie
tupDotcd her to be dead, and carried her aotuc
distance before the revived. The svmiotition
It that, taring aged, the did not tsr the tlatue
until illrectlr opposite, anu Incn, teeing tud
denly the daik object looming up above her
with outstretched ana, may have taken It for
the devil himself. She wat overcome with
fright tad cam Mar dying.
rim nriir.n mm:
"Inlr I'lntf" I mtmllll frllltltnl,
l.nmia SAnmiiAV I'ursn -?r Vmir
cnitmramilrnl " I nlr I'liy " In llie Press sun
plemrnt ol May Jlh, npiienrt to lie extremely
sollcltinis that Ihra" lilamls should become
itmtttmt the moiieity nf Annlii Smnn. or at
any rule tint they should be the irfinderii
ting raff, llenpprnr In llilnk that 1I1I1 ran
only lie by I iihi-ii lilmrer ln-cnmlng mote
numerous win MiaiKt or i'ol)iiranns
'I he men wlul In the future will Im ihc rrnl
owner of Iheae island will lie llie Inml
owhrrs, those engage,! In all rnlerinlar li'ie,
ami the capitalist mm upiKiti mem i ri
mailer nf race will not enter lulu the question
nt all If, owing tunny cause, there I not
security fur rnpllnl hcie It will lenvn) nnd n
till seem to be n land limbic In suiiit by
llnclf A lirgc imputation the bulk of the people
will leave loo, 'I Im Mmilng tlisve-l cannot
Aflecl the Inline of this cnuntry if llul masters
nnd employers keep lliclr intciest steadily
Vnur cririratinntlrnl appear In question the
advantage of the sugar Industry nnd neem In
llilnk that Inw wage nnd plentiful labor are
only neciwniy lircniw- of it. 11 him tell u
what other Industry 1 nt nil likely ti Afford a
livelihood, even to the leu tliouvand people now
here, or 1 11 thme ever likely In be. Any plan
(ntlnti enterprise require' heap And plentiful
lalmr, quite n iiiucli n ugnr coffee, cnttnn,
menu nnd rice even mote so,
Have wo not even now reached quite the
limit ns In the number of whltemcit we enn
nbsoib, except n the commonest lalairrrs? If
mi, how nrc we In the future1 In increase that
number? Ilcvond Ihc nctml number nf ship
tied white emigrants, there are sn tinny Isbnr
lug while men nlrcndy, cmplo)cd nt teamsters,
cupcntcis, blacksmiths, etc, tint most places
nlicnd) feel their white wage" I lit a heavy
burden. Arc we to Incrcnic that burden by
tn)lng more linn wc need for field hands Iiki?
If llic German or Portuguese will only do the
same amount nf Intior, I mill ns If) innllty nnd
qinnllly, ns the Chin 011111 or South Sci
I thru I does, I fincy he will get only the snnic
wngis. He will even then be more expensive,
owing to requiting more house room etc.
Dycsany nnn or clnasof men engnged In
biiilncss ever study the prosperity of the mini
try in Ihc wiy they conduct lint business ? I
think hlstoiy tenches us that they do not. even
when both capitalist and employer arc nilivcs
of the country. Here liolh are foreigners. Arc
these men then going to sink still more here
lor the liencht ol other loreign adventurers I I
think not. Doc sour correspondent know
how many plantations nrc running with their
wage list and expenses Just coveted by their
sugar rcciipls. Can men with nothing to give
unkc sacrifices for the sake of their hborers?
In other words, arc they In increase their debt
lint Gcrmnns nnd Portuguese nny stop here ?
1 inncy lint most employers win prcler to piy
their debts even if German and Portuguese go
and Chinimcn arc Ihc only liliorcrs. Your
correspondent's rennik nbout "the men who
stmd behind the planters" being the persons
who ought to make it possible for the planters
to make sacrifices it absurd. They have
nothing to do wilh It, they leave ccitain sums
of money nl certain rates of interest and will
be paid and must lie paid sooner or later, or
the planter will cease to plant and no hlxir at
all will be required. Then, ns most of the
capital invested here Is owned abroad, it will
be required bick somcihy. Ifnotpiid, the
land wilt go as security, and away from any one
If the better emigrants from Europe arc to
stop here, they must lie cncnuragcil by gov
ernment, i.cl inc government lease them plots
of ground on any of their nroperly, at say a
doflir an acre. 'Ibis would givcthemachincc,
bring the government much more rent than Is
paid liy the grazing Iratcrnlty, and very soon
Iirovc whether small holdings can be cultivated
icrc In nny extent. I say "prove" because I fear
tint except in n few sjiots Ihc country will not
support n number of small holders, owing to
lack of water supply and means of communica
tion. Of course 1 do not include settlers living
merely uion their own patches, and producing
no more than they themselves need as the Ka
naka has done, but small cultivators who could
if they liked grow cane and take it to the
The native Hawaiian is fast disappearing, as
alt colored people do before the whites, but so
far he has a voice in the government, and will
therefore have more political life than in coun
tries taken over by white gov crmncnts. The
half breed and naturalized white Hawaiian
will be the next ruling class, unless, as I heart
ily hope, some government shall step in and
mve the islands real pnvcrnment. For manv
scars there seems to have been only a half
alive executive, with biennial meetings of Ka
nakas to piss a few laws and make appropri
ation of tnc taxes, which arise altogether from
improvements and enterprises introduced or
conuueacu oy wiuict ur nieir uetenuuiiia.
With the aiiathy of the native and the careless.
ncss of the white residents, this state of things
seems likely to continue.
Youi correspondent wishes to see "The
Clan Saxon" "on top" and he seems to in
clude in that class Germans, Americans and
English. Wc know well that English and
Americans were unable to carry on a govern
ment together in a much larger and more
promising land than this, but perhaps the ad
mixture of a little German clement would
make all smooth. " Quien sabc 1"
" Alteram partem."
Mr. Samuet Nott has succeeded in persuad
ing a majority of the business houses of Hono
lulu that they ought to shut up shop next Wed
nesday and attend the exercises on Decoration
Day. Those exercises will be interesting to all
who has i! Inst friends in battle anv where: and
may be made of so beautiful ami touching a
character that all who witness them may be
impressed by that "touch of nature" which
"makes tnc wnoie worm Kin. in orcier to
make the decorations what is desired, contrib
utions of flowers are asked for; and may be
left at the hall of George W. De Long I'ost,
ailjoining the library, or at the drug store of
Palmer S Thatcher. They may also be hand
ed to the driver of a conveyance which will ac
company the post en route. It is hoped that
the advertisement in another column will be
studied and responded to.
The following firms and business and pro
fessional men nave consented to close their
places of business next Wednesday. Most of
them will close for all day, and Ihe others for
the afternoon! C. llrcwcr & Co., A. J. Cart
wright, Dillingham & Co., V. O. Hall & Son,
Castle & Cooke. E. V. Adams, G. W. Macfar-
lancS. Co., J. A. Hopper, W. E. Foster,
UishopiV. l-o. , 1. Hammer, 11. . iregioan,
William Kennell, S. M. Whitman, M.S. Grin
haum & Co., G. Wcsl, W. G. Irwin i. Co.,
Wilder & Co., A. W. Hlchardson & Co.,
Laine &. Co., J. M. vOat Jr. & Co., Hyman
Uros., Thos. Tannatt, A. 1 bmitn, 11. E
Mclntyre, F, J. Higgins, Lycon & Johnson,
Dailev & Co.. Thomas G. Thrum, A. M. Mel-
lis, 11. F. Ehlers & Co., Wm. Wenner, S. J.
Levey 4 Co., J. 11. Hruns Jr. A. McKibbin, C.
T. Gulick. M. Phillips & Co., Hackfcldi Co.,
I. I. Dowsctt, S. Koth, Hawaiian Garette, A.
Kraft, Pacific Commercial Advertiser, S. 11.
Dole, Lsons& Levey, b. Uoltvchlaegeri. Lo.,
F. A. Schacfer:Co., M. N. McChesney &
Son, J W. Robertson &,Co., Geo. W. Lin
coln, S. M. Carter & Co., Enterprise Feed
Co., Union Feed Co., Hamilton & Johnson,
G, II. Robertson, Allen & Robinson, A. Jae
ger, J. L. Rosenberg, Wm. Johnson, William
O, Smith, llollisterteCo., Phillip Stein, C.
E. Wiliams, and Ashley & Co.
TIIK HKVOSII HKSKFIT.
The second performance for Ihe library
benefit, last Saturday evening, wat attended
by a humllutingly sparse audience. In tome
respecit ine entertainment wat mure enjuyauic
than on the previous evening. Through the
courtctv of Mr. It. A. 1'armcTce. a maunctium
light wat added to the rather dim radiance of
the locomotive ncaniigni, anu tne aeiuuion
brought out the pictures with irreatly Increased
distinctness, though tome in the audience
thought the former-effect more pleasing. One
critic tuggettcd that the tableaux and pictures
would have been more enjoyable if shown only
once and for a longer time. In announcing
the runics of the turtraltt, Auctioneer Kills
made a clever hit, as follows : " MephUtopho
hi an Intimate friend of tome of our ruosl
eminent itatemcn." The gentleman who re
loicvs tn the telf civ en title of premier wat tit
ling in the audience when Mr. tilts made the
announcement and the pulvable hit brought
dawn the house. In Ihe account of Thursday'
eutcitalninent, Mitt May Richardson wat men
tioned at taking part in the fortune telling or
trait. Mist I'Kocbe Dowsctt was the young
ladv who did take uait. In Ihe same account
Mist Jennie Kubertson wat tnlimcntloncd at
Mitt Clara Robinson. The benefit netted only
The man who It e-iven to inaklru! cuttlnff re-
milks ttkould be treated like a iack&Ue and
rim iiihtihiv nr.i.v m rn.tiir..
Who It rctimmlble for the ralabllshmcnt of
1 retail liquor alon npmslte Ihe Ikthel
t Iniifli, ngnlnsl llie prolrt nml petition of
some of Honolulu's lsl cltircns? A brief hit
lory nf Ihc milter under consideration may
ierhaii enable the tienple nf lhee Island and
tl where In form the proper conclusion
I'arly In Ifbriiary, It wa Intlinslrd to cer
lain gentlemen llial a lairironm wn In I1
njieneil In the new building oiilte Hi' llelliel
Church, nnd that a protest should be made
against It, a it hear timalmlhr In llial place nf
worship would lie highly nblrctlonalile Ann
offensive In Ihe many resldentt worshiping
The follnwlni' iMtltlmi was arnl In hi es
ccllency J I" llutli, minister nf Ihe Inltrlor
. ,, . ItfiKfili 1 1 , I lh is, iMv.
lolli I stMian, v J I. Ilian, Miaistfaor Tiia
iMIaai'ia. Air lt, m,,!,.!,.,!. ... ill,nn.a.
I,a l,ai,l dial li ltirwu.,n,ti.,l fii,ef,,ra j,,nw
fur Ilia aala i f lr..li',lir ilfl'iU n ratal, li.h a aalorxiln
It'" nw M'k Mnj rtailail and ail).,lnlnt: Ina alM of
,,i ix w.i". ,,,y wmm arvrw v!illr una r'
Nj1 fa CMrtil llul In lava alcalliin ahoiil'l I
maila f.,finch llrrtitanr for any In 1U1 slilnliy, ll
lin.!rlnl arnlly iar Ihal ll may not Im (rant!,
as Ilia Unflanev ff tiuh la!ilnlimnta ll Initmarrtfata
allium! Ilim tliaotiUrly lroiif, itif(.illnic jrirly
in invir immniiaic vieinuy ami ltwl,nt( in vmjkXyat
lea ita'IraM for tr.anlnc or lialna, aivl In Ilia ,ta
aanl taaa an a'tdtllmial otiiri lion wmilil Im It lmm,ll
ala vltlnliytnllia anamana l,aal, ainl lli Imaliml of
a aainon in audi Clu lirntlmlly conlil not Im oth'rtfla
llian nlijrctlonalil tn ilia riumrroiia woratilir wti'i at.
ftm! la llitra ihnhi llNa!lialli ami often in irfl,r Java.
lor lltaaa itawma walltgtlial tin llcnta may Im
ranlril for lhaulaof any liitoilcating trnvraca iii
inia lorainy or na iminr.iiaia ticinuy, ami jtwr 111.
Vvur otmdtatit srrvranti,
Sam'i C Dam. in,
I O llAII,S-,M,
I I MiraavtaN.
I, I vVATMiincr, Ja,
i O (,'aaraa,
A. W. 1'ataeaaV.Cn.
Into, II. Davim A Co,,
a, .1 1 ironiiaH ax t.o ,
l.'MAS. II, IIUIIOI,
To Ihl n reply was received from the chief
clerk, stating lint "the matter will receive due
A little later nn another rcpnil wit circu
lated tint the license had liecn granted, btiljn
vcstlgitlnu showed it tn be untrue, and that a
gentlemin who had applied lor a license for
Maui had liecn, not only refuted, but told tint
no further licenses would lie granted. It was
then felt the community wat safe from any new
liquor saloons, nnd the cabinet honored for the
high ground taken.
vain, however, were these conclusions, for
still liter nn came the startling rcwit that not
only had the license been granted, but that his
majesty Ind secured it for Ihc party In tpics
lion. Inquiry was immediately made through
the chimberliln as tn whether it could be true
that his majesty was engaged in such business.
The chambcifiln, after interviewing bis maj
esty, nssureil llie Inquirer lint llierc was no
truth in the report or statement, and that he
hail no interest in the establishment of such a
saloon. This statement was mule opriosltc
the bank and In the near presence of Inc at
torney general, Mr. I'rcston, who not only
confirmed the same, but added tint the! cabinet
were a unit against llic grantfngof any further
these nuthoratlvc statements seemed to end
the matter and riuictcd the fears of the manv
nmMised to such a saloon in the neighborhood
of the Ilcthcl. Hut the result shows how little
the present government is to be relied uimn,
even when a unit ution a given question. The
cabinet announced through its attorney L'cncral
that they were as one man against granting any
further licenses, his mijcsty also Informed the
jiunlic, through his chamlierlain, that he was
in no wavs interested in the establishment of a
liquor saloon, or the procuring of a license for
the same. Yet, in Ihc face of the abosc facts,
a request was made, and the cabinet pressed
to grant a license to Mr. Nowltin. The at
torney general (all honor to him) r el used to
accede tn the request, even from the high
quarter made, and tendered his portfolio if the
license was insisted upon. A delay was the
resultj but a short one only, for the matter
was fully determined upon, and another week
brought out the license. The resignation of
inc iuiumc-y general lonuweil mis action Ol inc
cabinet it being the only honorable course
left him under Ihc circumstances.
liy this action, to which Mr. Preston was
forced, his majesty has lost the scrvice-i of the
strongest ami most competent man in lus cabi
net; the government has been weakened, and
inc laitn 01 tnc people in Its stability impaired.
J. if. A.
HI'lJUTUO V.I STA TKSMA XSIIll'.
What a sublime spectacle is presented to the
admiring gate of the nation. The ship of state
wreckcel on the rock of a gin mill license 1
The king, that persistent monarch who so re
cently made himself ridiculous in his vain at
tempts at grandeur and magnificence, squab
bling with the attorney-general over the pro
posed place of business of a third rate groggcry.
This is grandeur I This is marmificenco I
This is an exhibition on the part of our beloved
ruier, 01 ms losing regard anu renucr care lor
his subjects which may well fill the world with
admiration. Verily not a cocktail-mixcr in the
land shall fall to the ground w hile King David
and Premier Walter can exercise their watch
ful solicitude for his welfare. Lex.
In connection with the anniversary observed
on Thursday, it will be interesting to give the
ages of the present queens and empresses, and
their noteworthy longevity: The Empress
Augusta of Germany is 71, the Queen of Den
mark 6c,, and Queen Victoria of Encland 61.
The Empress of Brazil and Queen Olga of
wurtemLiurg nave notn reacnect 50, while the
ex-Empress Eugenie, whose name is still re
corded in the place of honor in the calendar,
is ;6. The Queen of Saxony is 40. the Em
press of Austria 45, the Queen of the Belgians
46, the Queen of Sweden 46. Queen Margaret
of Italy is 52, the Empress of Russia 35, and the
Queen of Portugal ; while the three vounrr-
est are the Queen of the Netherlands 24, the
Queen of Spain 24, the Queen of Scrvia23. In
our own country, Queen Emma is 47, and Queen
The difference in the speed of a " mission
ary horse," as driven by father and son of the
same excellent family, was illustrated
last Thursday morning. Sonny went with
dad to the store and drove home. Dad drove
from Thomas Square to r-ort and King in len
minutes. Sonny drove back in four.
OTICE OF COPYRIGIIT.-D. it remembered
that on Ihe oth day of Annl. A. D. i83t.THOS.
ii. Til RUM of Honolulu, liUndof Oahu, In accord
ance wuh Section 3 of an "Act to encourage Lcaminc
in thu Kingdom by securing the copiea of chart and
from Hooker and Itaker. with addition and emend..
lions, adapting it more especially to the Hawaiian Is
lands, by Edward lUiley. Honolulu, H. I., th rights
which he claims aa owner and oroonctor.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto act my hand
and caused the teal of the Interior department to be
atliied al Honolulu, this day of April, A. U.
onolulu, this day of AprifTA. D. illj.
JOHN E. BUSH, Minister of Interior.
XTOT1CE. llavinz been annointed Ruardian of M.
IN Mahuka, minor, son of the late M. Mahuka, de
reaaed, and altorncy in fact for Lull (X widow of
said M. Mahuka. deceased, all persona are hereby te-
uetted to settle all matter pertaining to the eatate of
are hereby notified that Mr. Simon K. Kaai has no au-
Ihonty whatever la the matter. A. KOSA.
liuaruian or at. aianusa, minor, and attorney tn ract
for LuukU (w), widow of the tale M. Mahuka, de
ceased. Honolulu. May 15. ittt. I4t.3m
NOTICE TO CREDITORS. The undersigned
having, the nth day of May current, been ap.
ruinted Administrator of the Estate of JULIUS WAN
lihNIILIM. deceased, gives notice that all persona in
debted to said eatate are requeued to make immediate
pn) menl to him, and all creduors of said estate are re
quested 10 leave their written claims a the office of the
undersigned or wuh W, A. Kinney, No. ij Kaahu
manu street, within tli months, or they wUl be forever
barred. H, F. ULAIIF, Austrian Consul.
Honolulu, May t. 1883. I4fw
PROPOSALS FOR LIBRARY BUILDINO
ScaVd propoaals for the erection 9I ihe building de
signed for Ihe library and Reading Room Asaocialion
iill U received up to and ineludinc SATURDAY,
May 31st- Estimate may be made M the whole or
any pert, of ald work. Parttea making tetimaie will
give luear pgvr. ,ue ,.. ahnmij, fcMa.iw.iiie; aat VMt
carpenter work, plastering, painting, plashing and
gaafitnng Mparalely, Plant and apecincalion caa
lie seen, ana CMimaiea nauM.au an, an. van w
A. J. CAKrWKIUtIT,
141 Chairman of Building Coeanmue.
LOWELL'S STEEL KNORAVED CARDS AND
FoUa, for Baulnea Cants, Ball iVafrsMaaaet,
wa, etc, recited la Urge sanely al the Satuiuav
Paasa Otrica, No. 6 Kaahumuu strsel, t
NEWEST STYLES ARTISTIC TVPE AMD
Stationery for Weddings, Social. Halls. ,ro.
grajneaes, Eatertalniaenla, etc, etc, ronsumly hewa
recessed and pnatuaa order for ease trolly n.
Ktue4,UtaVeoekurthia Hfr, No. ( Ifaikeaeiaw
BUNK BOOKS AND OrriCE STATIONKRV,
A la MsMta4 at THO. a TMHUM.S.
Officii ftf nip4rln(mtnt ol Wtr Wofhf,
Hohoiulu, Join, iMf
AH ffvin fi(n Wlfr IVWII r tvlfi-fl thai
iMr WAlrn IUl r- (HiyiU Htnl Anmully, n -l
, lh rlTKt M Ri-tlMn!ril kX wmf
jnnirxftn.1ulrtSr.uh'jir t U WA()U,
tM if 5ti',ni,KUhi Wtr WvtVi,
T Mttitt MiA tV tMfr, 7 itttltwtitM,
Vou will 1 ! uV fAt.A frftm rA tfr (M
ilti rw IVomUvrfy Nm, Cliwfci f rAr Kill tit !.
ttt.nci wtll f .I(ftt, rtA' ur lfHlfl hy m
tM In cmnrnfifi (th my m 'I cmy C. Mm m n nt
(Mtlnf u(lftt ht yru r hthy ivxlfml nM H tllv
Coinl fHirtli.ij w nnfjf any mth iVmnlwoty UrA4,
CVrkf lfft nf Hilt of fiditintfi (tUfftlnj to r
toy t!inluii m lidr mVf, drrf .. tMt w In
iloMf, unlM ui'l tl(ntitf(i x fcmt(riU(l fry (hut tA
my wi.J Km TiKiy C Mtt n tttintmn wim.
Monolufn, Miy vU, tH MM
fulfil) nivJ OniUinn rltltin 5Un f'niiH.HO Hl
firvtl rry (itr1U FarnUt't rWn, n Suit ami S.rv
(Uat No. ij; Monlfomry St Cnrntr m)u Mf
la Honey, t firmly ff Mmclul
A Buctettful HotiMt A ,StiMrul Ifounl A lrtV
Inc Intlantjof itKtru in a lHll Ury (!!' way I
alTvrftVil ty Oi Ivllnjf MilWry Uoiihj tA Chtlc J
f Mitl, uttnt Yti anl Ill ut9t. 'Hi IVi ltw
Mr Hfsl hai rt)ufA h mt (A IvMlfit tmtvm Any
DryihrrU Hti tan, iyftrf aIMInt, ilrawtut
Irtivfa, wit w tItrj ttit to hoM lKm, avl enjoy tfi'lr
coriijemcf tall (jt id ex'rcl d tatf atv! ttUrality
(UytU rmnt I maiVit ilown ami vA fof what t)iy
are! never mlfi'tefit any aitUle T?a Ullt t'Ary
of Cliarle ), Hhl, ami that policy lua rnate tli f rm
one of lrit griet In Iti Im, wi K Iain2 tlsorough
far c-f HotvJuliia The tjttuUng Millinery Efr of
Uiarlr J, KIvli.!, U to Itm.ol.il.i what Matt It to
New Vwk. CharlceJ. Mhl maWea Motility t4 MIU
Itnery M 4T 'I1i More U one of the tehti of the city.
NOTICl'.-lrom and afiar ll.i. data I .Ml rwt .y
(ur flung limitta witfioeit myiwrillrri iiril-r,
, MJUIS KAIII.IIAUM.
Koloa. May 19, 1II81. t4j.1t
VTOTICB. Tlie iml annual m-tlltij tf Ida lk,anl
IN of 'I rusitx tA tlie Qut'n'i Minimal will U InM
at tfie room 1 llie Lliamticr of Commerce, on Wednes
day the. Ctfl of June, 1ES1, al it o'clorlc A, M.
..Hl-al I". A. .SCIIAKI KR, Sentary
-0 PAKTNKKHIIIP NOIICK.-TnlsUtoirrtlfy
, Ihat Ilia firm of IIAUNLS fALMI-.K, tiijar
rilamer al Wailuau, Maul, is coinncl of Albert
llarnea and Jotin A. Palmer.
1IAKNK3 h I'Af.MKK,
Honolulu, May i4, 1883. 141 41
TTNION MII.I. LOMPANV. At ll,e annual meet.
J Inz of lint company lield al llieir office, KoluU,
Hawaii, May loth, 1831, Ilia following officrra were
cicticu iut ine
rreaidenr,.,.., ,. ..
, . .JAMK.S WOODS,
...lihO. r. HOLM
Secretary & 'I reatiirer V. M. SWANYV,
Auditor,. JAMES WOODS.
Honolulu. May 19. 1881. 143 it
HFAlQUARTF.R.S.--t'HO. W. Drl-ONG I'OST
No 43, Department cf Cltf'Xfiu, U, A. K.
HotKiIulu, , I, May i-j, itAy.
Sectit Ordtr Xa 9r
I. Sunday, the ;ih Jnttant, Winj tt aiMrt at Me
morial habfath In honor of Owm? wju fell m the war fir
the preservation of( the Union of the United fctatei of
Ameriui. a Memorial Service will Le held at Fortbtreet
Oiurch, at 7 30 r, m.
a.-Uu Vvt will aitcmblc at 7 r. M, iharf, .it the u
ual place of moling, K. of P. hull, ort Mrret, and
proceed from thence to the Church.
3. llie commander eamettly renuetti all member
of the I'mt to join In the .solemnization of thu occatMn.
t 4 All honorably discharged notdien, ailor$ or ma
rines are cordially invited to attend.
5. Comrade are requeued to appear in dark clothes
K W. !wINKf
h. h. CLAKKK, pent Commander.
Adjutant. M3 Jt
IIEADQUARTERS.-GtO W. DaLONO I'OST,
no. 45, Llepartmem or California, G. A. It.
Honolulu, II. I. May 19, 1S83.
Sutat Ordtr A' J.
I. Pursuant to CO. No. 10. from l!eaditurteri.
O. A. K. this Post will observe Memorial Day, Wed-
netday. May 30th.
a ne i-ot
ant Will tUCIIlMe !- ftn w. u ilx.H n L
of P. hall, Fort ttreet, form and march up t on urttt
to lleretania, through lieretania to Nuuanu, and up
Kuuanu to the cemetery grounds, where appropriate
ceremonies will be observed.
3. AU honorably discharged soldiers, sailors, and
marines who served in the Union Armv rlntmt ,ts. r..
bellion or in the war with Mexico, are cordially- invited
to join with the Post in the observance of the day, and
the public generally are invited to be present at the
cemetery to join in honoring our heroic dead.
. Floral contributions are solicited from alf. which
may be sent to the Hall adjoining the library ; the drug
iu.rr 1 nacner, or nanaea into the convey
ance accompanying the Post while en route.
mi ,uui(u mm vcicrantare requested to ar
pear in dark clothes, as far as practicable, ami black,
felt "slouch" hats. Per Order,
t, t . .., R.W. LAINE,
j. L. CLARKE, Post Commander.
Adjutant. (4j lt
OEGULAR CASH SALE.
SATURDAY, MAY 6th, AT to A M.
AT SALaSaoOH, WILL BE OFFIKCD
and fancy Ware,
1)9 E- V. ADAMS. Auctioneer.
rALUABLE LEASES AT AUCTION.
BV ORDER OF MESSRS. HOP YICK & CO ,
Batssrdar, Jo Htk, at IS BL,
ON TUB ritMISM,
CORNER OF NUUANU AND KING STRHETS.
Now occupied by Hop Ytck Jt Co. as 1 restaurant,
I will tell the budding and lease.
The large two-story building, aS feet front and 55 feet
deep. Is Ibe properly of leasee. The lease ha twojears
and sue months to run, at a rental of $jo per month,
with pnttlcge of renewal for fifteen years at fn per
At 10 a. M., on the ftcmic, I will tell the entire
RESTAURANT FIXTURES and SUPPLIES.
Al o'clock noon. I will alio tell the LEASE of
the STOREHOUSE and premises on King street ad
joining th restaurant. 1 he lease has fifteen ycau la
run, at Sis pet month. The budding has 11 feet front
and 30 feet depth, with yard.
F P. ADAMS. Auctioneer.
rALUABLE REAL ESTATE.
By order of T. B. Walker, Km , 1 am instruacd 10 tell
al public auctk
Al ia:y r. H on ihc prtmUat. King Urtt. oppowtt
iim rtkucne 01 Mrs. j, r, -oott
TKS HOCTS AM9 XJOTt
now occu(iil and owunl by Mr Walker,
T)m booM li $1 fi front ani 65 feci dp, with bot
and coW water, anl all tK noJtm improvmiuu A
6jm Uti baacaiefti uitakr lh hoU botuc. 1t.if are
wg outbuun for tcrvaau. CoJt Houm IxaWc, Ltu
Tb joi U Ii feet front im Ku( Strtet, Uh a depth
141 E. P, ADAMS. Auateer.
BftWeUp,! .Mae a..
Al is o'slock A. at, at Ike resUaasc taf T. B. WALKER.
Kiof tireei, I ttll safer
AT fUBUC AUCTION
rAiTKVkAM l rosraaa.
a P, ADAMS, Atvatavsv.
MPOHTAHT BALK Or LAM 1)3
liy order of K flutter of th f.i,niliV-,-.tal, I will
off f,t aata at I'nofle Aintlnflwi
SATURDAY. JUNE 10, 1HH.1,
At It o'cfo'ii hxKt, al my aaUvoom. f ljean atreel, Ilia
lumwing artels ce reaieaiaia;
FIVE LANDS IN WAILUKU,
ISIN I) Of MAUI,
COMPRISING THE ILI OF PEEPEE,
'lit U Award 8539 II, Apanw it.
JApru A, lying on th river and Adjlccnt 14 KnU
hUfiit land ; area 3 4 Un acre.
'..Ainna 11, a KaU 1'kU.h, (nclowl wrth KuVana of
KuifieUnl; S tvjacie.
Apana C, a Kato Patch, wilh In Kuleana tA Kmho
Unl area 7 fiacre.
.-Afana I), a Kalo Patch within the KiUearacS Wa.
h!neVuiinjii; art iX'iooacTe.
.7. Apru K, a itece of land In WailuVu Villey, rn th
vniili kld ; httA 5 acre.
A rhhhtff Illtffit in thr H'rtUnktr tUr
Will he told ai an eatament to Apana R.
7. Ttie land ftuatt at Kau, Hawaii. Vncvrn at the
Ahupuaa of PaklnliVL Thi ll valuable paiture Uivl.
UtartiallvcoverH 1v the tava flow of t86i, and hat
a fair landing at Ihe heath. 'Iltle Award 8$y II,
Apana ti, Icoyal Patent 7371 area 1357 trv.
7. Two Kalo Patchea, ti fttX a tort, b!n a leU A
I'aii, tuuate at wauiki, uanu. ttwu ki m
Kalo land area yytvtmctt.
Twantr-nUi Hovjm Iot,
Situate at Kapahulu, Oahu,
AT KAPIOjLAKI PARK,
Kariging from K Kit to 7K o,e eKh.
Tws-ntyof lhee lot face directly on Kalolxnl Part
1 be otriM- nine are contiguout thereto 1 ne rnoM are
laid out with convenient ttrectt. with free accnt to
and throw j h the park euarantee!, and are acceMille
from Honolulu by fteveral routet. liy the tncce '
Mr. Cam pUll 1 well, ivljacent to the- lots, the whole
of a majority of them, and Apart of the balance are
in reach of arietta n water, at can be teen by refer
ence to a chart at the ofHce of .S. li. Dole. lle tod
of thee lota it good, much of it unuiually rich; the
view by land and ua dehehtfuL Hie tale A iinne
lott otTert an opiortunity fur obtaining litm Home
Mead in the iuburb which can hardly hapcx-n
again. The land In that locality it rltng m value,
and It ture torive for v cam to come. A tiarrorw gauge
steam railroad from Honolulu to the park it in con
tain plat Ion by nval jartie. t thi enterprve cannot
be lonjf delaed, Itt comletion will add intnvmely
to the value at well m the desirability of there lott at
homestead. Tlie lott can te examined on tlVs groond
at they are marled out by pom numbered to corres
pond with the chart.
Deeds at the expense of purchateri. For further In
formatkrfi, apply to S. H. IOLM
14a K. P. ADAMS, ADCtlonecr.
fly order cf the Adminutratof of the Fatal, of J.
II. CONEY, deceived, I will offer at
public auction, on
May 86th, at IS 1C
THOSE CERTAIN PIECES OF LAND
Kalawahlne), Hoaaia Vmllajr,
Lot Ka 6, as 'per plan, containing an area of a g6-ioo
Not No. 5. as per plan, containing an area caf 1 llo
A portion of Lot No. 4, as per same plan.
Aso, will be sold that valuable property situated upon
the Reef at Honolulu, adjoining Dowaert Sumner's,
"THE ILI OF IW1LEI,-
Contalnlog an area of s6 S-10 acres, with the trainable
Fulling Rights thereto belonging.
The rapidly increasing commerce of Honolulu wD,
undoubtedly, make this property of prime lrottance
and Ltrgt value in the near future.
For further uanicnlars. apply to A. J. CART-
WRIGHT, Plans may be teen at th auction-room.
E. P. ADA US, Autkmr.
l VaXUj m AH1 1
Py order of ALEXANDER CAMPBELL, Eh
I an Instructed to offer at public aetata or
fetal. Hay SWtfc, at It 'alaMfe St,
AT MX SAUSkOOM,
HIS HOMESTEAD LOT. ROBINSON'S LAWE.
Conlainine; an area of i j-ioo acres.
There It a comfortable Dwelling house of 9 reoans
upon in. lot, aa veil aa Kitchen, Wood house. Huh
house. nw Carrvaae-houae, htaU. etc
A fine, neswalun,; Sunn,; furalaht the ocrsavt and
The lofslion of thca. Dreaal. with Its Dure freak
air and delijhtful ih, aaake IhU lot an unusually
The House and Lot can It seen say tune.
ill E' P. ADAMS. Auctioneer.
SASS OP LODCINO H0U8S.
By order of th Administrator of the estate U
OEORCE WOOD, Dsctutaa,
I will safer at public aavnon.
Baewsta-.tttsy tMth. M It ,0k St,
AT SIT SAUSSIOQS),
The Isase tor s is year of that cenala low
liory Isosasa tatsvu la the
REAR Or COLBURN PREMISES, KINfST.
Th hot has to roots, t aim and J bsber, wa
- - atin.l.i tA k. asaaia W th. issaass. ataavt naur.
la eUaj unset, aeavr wsaeaaea atnats.
1,1 E. r. ADAMS, Atttle
wr. UMipr. io CAi.i.nir. at
THE ARRIVAL Or O
;U)it p.r.citiVLO mlk mt.uzh
Thu laaXfRMt Mtlll MmI VHax AaWO
nn mmaiati m
Now on Eahlllltion l our
In offtlnt IMS" r! lot tai lav. tt'U tair
In Infnnina lU 1-SflllJS of Hornloll. and of lb
otUr IslaiwU, that we hat antldpated ntry vaM In
ll.lr lin., and ai tryw frfHwed I. llww lhm ll.
cboUa lin. of cvl .set offered for aala lre, hating
l.n carefafly Uted by a wiioet of oat firm frwn
tK ttry lat.u uvVi or (M Vadlna; hosiaes li l).'l
IKIN and I'AHII, lih refr-a in tin fjarrktiUr m
teaaitiM and ifi,Wefnenti cf this ooramttmty
Manjr of tli. arlltle referred to art of Ih y Islet!
and una-pia dealxnt, and al (to tent art It mainly ttoerl
mental, to test ih wants 6.1 ent IaII. tlsr may I
retarded a irately umolc Ivta. Iadie will An well.
therefor, in call eartjr, a tfi ,t'..lt lfl o &tyv tA
at aoon arell.,lo make toaa fotorirttlentfrsatoek
of ffii) ft lh lay ami country lia.lt.
Wa !! tAutl tmtttmUt atientlMi to th (AWt
Oren.1 1'rle l.th.UiVm fai froth Ibe wW UwA
Mew. U. I IJAMIFIJ H CO of WMK)M.
1 wirrniUft tODiiful eiamutare of thlr wOtltnuiv
tfilp. having attractM the notke anvj .v.mbitton tA W
fvlofi III,liO (ranlM tin ornW IHriVD fre aAflee
dutlve trmion in xmAw. from the oW tnofaU at
i.k CVrtcrnfrKnt Worki at Jkrvrtt.it U xwA tttrprithig;
Itt-rrrfore W iA that thfi iww w'jrWrTvrrd hoa
hai UVm trr firrt prfe nvitil at all of th- tt In
IfrnatKnal eintMlwoe on in crirttrntnt lor iim p
twontjr yeera. The (4ce tie remittance tA ihU art aA
lecttrrfi li a stjrrb
PKOMnrur.vs vasr and cover
Of TurnwA. Uoe cround and colored malolica. with
emblmaitc fcure at .vid, and trot tbain-sd IVome
thu and Vulture tmM eUborately wroucbt an ll
rmr. Th- alwre U the idsitkal tUcm that titred
the nnt U4 at tne ureal ram intrnattonai r-iinw-tirjn
of ttA Srm tdea of t valae of thli work A
art can be f jrrnM from the fatt that U uMrw4 fifteo
ttrate trial fW.e arHrtnfcat iti etent ftftM
tiaie of frmn and color. 1e untiwiaiJy Urje lr of
the (wee rendering tt t tn AA n to, on account of
the fteveriijr of beat to which it ll epod In tbe firinr
TV ait tofnbifiailont are ttMiU effective, and the
dlt-ate handling of tmti U a marreJ tarttrtic aVstlL
T7ere U alto on eihiletlon
A VAtR OP MAGNtFICRtrr VASES
Reproduced from old Srrw tnodeie rtxruM to Mr.
Danlell by Mi Impmal Madjr Napoleon III. Ttvjr
are of rove aventurin9 tint, wttntMtAvl wuh eaotic
birde of mott bntlunt and UaotiTal (Jamjge, ami eUb
orateljr ami richly finitltal In I'M ornamental wm, wuh
ebicantty carved ebony pedcualt with marble tope ind
Alwi a mou exruiiliB
TABLE CENTER PIECE
in Turqttltve and Gold, with pariaa tttpponer and ahtU
pt'ateaae tar tbrtn and fruits, ortiamnted In jeotd.
Tt it piece U from old Serrea ctamplea for treat cipo
itLon pcimcn, and hat taken the fmt prua at aS
axTtpetnive Kuropean eihtbttiont uncc tBji-
IlrrC at7ve trtaemionea piecce wm remain on nww
lion at our thow room lor two or truee weeu, titer
wbicb Utey wui be tent to Aan rnnatca na r
York for eihibttton and wk. t
In Addition to the foreotn; there are tome tmailer
pWsce in the tame line whtch are dcwrrmjc of eepecial
A LFE-SZE COCKATOO
With wint, rvd flower holdatrt at tldet and chauely
finiihed tn oenameMattoo. Thu it a mot turpmtrtgly
effective pi, nd the coloring It to faithful to nature
at to be reatiattc in the eitreme. Alto,
With Sarvr bandlet tarM eiaaiMtelr dooorated tn mot
tied color and sold areotimne. with two cboniied
tnirulf, with plM and crtmton txttrecht velvet
itand f jt aamc Abo,
ONE ROUND JARDINIERE
On four iet, Uu Rfotd and tilver embottmenta, after
r.gytiu pxnernx. aiHi
ONE LARGE JARDINIERE
In Fenian turquoise blue, wuh ckphant handlet and
vfuare pejestai for tame with dark green crwand.
ONE ESQUIMAUX UMBRELLA STAND
In majolica, with fife-lite repreeraatton of a teal in
perfectly natural colon. Thu u a mott artiuic piece of
ONE TALL PEDESTAL
Of mazarine ground with tnoa graccia! and naturally
COirjrtA lealage. A very nanatome parior ornamenx.
ONE TALL PEDESTAL
InturquoUe, with graceful and nicely colored fettoons
of fruut and ilowert Jtertwiaed.
TWO RIBBON FLOWER VASES
Of mou unVjue design, with Diazanne rround and g?td
ribbons and gold Japantve tprayt.
Beautifolly decorated with naturally oJorcd dirrtaa
ihemum and ptokmed nbborts. Auo do. on celadtnc
ground very handtome ornament t
FLOWER POTS AND STANDS
Of rare and beautiful detign. with mazanoe ground and
colored clematu wuh btrot beautifully emboantd. AU
ol the above tricntioned art very dilncult piece to pco
duc on account of the -nncm comUnatKat of color re-
auircd, ncccautatinz teparate fenngt for each color pro
uctd. borne of the pieces have spUt tn the kiu m
many as eight timet, to that when a piece Is brought
safely through the firing process the value U quite ap
parent. Wc wish ajfaln to call special attention to
TWO SUPERS ETCHINGS
rVn ft-! !n nlatoatic. bv well known EnroDean artuiL
On U a marine, 1690. try Ualbu. in sepia, and one of
, the beat examples of tnls most delicate and wonderful
art, wheh is now undergoing such a spirited revival to
tnc Vjnitea otaies ana varopc. ineonwinj m tut
fiicture it except tonally CooOf " waro-otctara cf
.r .tf cUsrcrtv h.indlscd. The other reorwatnu a
coast scene, by Mart too, which i paitKuUrty Dottceablc
trw it fiw juvt KiiconveiUsonablc treatment and the
debcate distnbution of lints. These art the first etch
ings on porcelain erer cahibited in Honolulu, and are
well worthy of a visit.
The following choice ankk of
In Majolica and Glassware will afford some Idea of the
variety in iui unc, tw
Flower Pocsand Standi of ail deson'ptioos and ocsigM.
in all colors, and beautifidly embossed with fruus and,
Class Center Flower Vases, in all colors, wuh plateau,
Panan and Buajue figures.
Venetian Ware, beautiful designs.
Colored Malolka Brackets of vaned patterns.
MaotUna Tta Pots, in green and gold.
Eaqusstte Bar bot inc Vaaea, wuh raised (sowers.
Beautiful atsntltswee of Vmc of the choicest drsigtu.
Menu Cards and States.
Flower Baskets, etc.
CHINA AND GLASSWARE.
A tary, line of the choicest articles of China, and
Glassware ol Iks saotl raned descriptions as folk). I
Bnmhfut, Dutmtr mmj Tt Stlt,
Of all vatletne and deslns, tochsdiae; a few Dessert and
Teas See-rice of the Basest (pialay aasl
most e arnutaie deccsTeiioav
ONE STAG CENTERPIECE
Of stoat eUbutala desifn and swush a snjtuBCeot
ELEGANT TOILET SERVICES
Embossed with Beautiful Hand pawlisf of tarda
CMarasfne Bottle boilers,
Ekaanl Crystal Candelabra, wilh pnaaeatk pand
ants and ether seoiaiuaises
CsUnet Desaen Scrstcea.
CWet and Ltasonad. Jb.s.
Choare SrswUrry sad Ice Crean Sets,
I kale iHkhes
An andsns nussty of the (astsl Oasaspaaeeat, Hock,
Sasarry, Uart and Lewce Glasses of the sery latest test,
tcraa. and a lari. ai.eiasasl of Cham.slTaft and Laaso
cat every iWasTswtasa Ahss, a tsaaB eavosot of heaetiaSal
CeatvrUn TsatUen, Wine Glasaea. Fish Bowls,
rkiwer btaada. Water rMJarrs, etc.
iniTioM or 'iiir. iuriLicTO
UR NEW INVOICES,
AnRVflRUllE rPOM UJ.HtW.'l,
rtmant of Oootla ia4 Merrelua.a4U
10 TUN tlwtWtw,
KailaMrooma, Brar R I on It.
We Kat a Uanl'ial Itr of Ooalne ffinn CrrJ.
IMtrfMf teletlM Irvn Ifrf L.I4 tloeVf In f'atlt, amoeig
-ahten at arm. ttry peti cr-Apt or rrnrtt, antma.,.
tic Alto, a Art atvinkMi of ait tU iata of alttVy
lo(kal, ktfotaral an.1 i'ottlul b)Uv
HandvAVw. MedaTftotl naOra,
Mtalivtlea of ancient and timUm fUWdUl,
An.1 m frm ry miVjt Ftenth CVxIt,
b Ltonrt and gilt, ltn chiasat.
A imall brroarj U XjkAtt wrer tA the noes dWrlp.
Isin, tocsprlarnc a fafl asvrtasenc of-
ItalI uA I'mbroSdertd White SUrtt,
lieanlifvlly rnbrosiersvl MljM DrttSM,
Swiss Ed(in2t and Cambric Iftfrtaxit,
Chemlle, Knir, I'.ltix, ColliwJd and enlwwl
Wnti-amA, SHAWLS, and a larc line of lU rusest
mii and Cambric llandkertr.lfi i Poiwpsyloaar,
llenvetliched What Embroidtd and Fancy Mk
nnest rrench and lielfaet HUSMNS of erswf'.l
snd delksr patlemt, t.Wtd wrih perttcml drKrtasbs
aravntothe wanla of iWs eutAi.
Medium and I'anry I'K I NTS, In newest cVsirne;
Twild Cretonnn and Sal",
finest Saiony rlanneU, of all cntiirt and wWhhtl
llnk-erlye Electors, Euajnerc and MpTS. Cnaran
Lawn Tennit FUravJ,
IHanlieia, ofesery w and dctlbtion ;
Tsrkit'l Tcrwell, finett qusSiy,of all alu ',
A txx imortarel tA
LADIES' and MISSES' HOSIERY,
In Cotton, IUI Ilrlrzsn, Lac and Sifk of lb luett
and mot fail-Kabae shade ;
ENGLISH and SCOTCH TWEEDS,
01 the roost sryliah paltema, frara the celVbrsletl houH
or vsimsm vssiKei A bona, snd a rev pieces
of scry sapTSr
A large assortment of
Ccefiprtaing fiaeU Faani Mrtno I,. ' SA. jjj
Drawers, Shetland I lima, Bal Dnuu, Latle Thread,
lodLS Gaure, and a varied and catentirc horn of
CENTS' SUPERIOR WOOLEN OVERSHIRTS,
In Fancy Partem, all colors and shade.
Alto, a fe-w BATHING SUITS, in wcnlen and cuton.
Resottfisl SUrer an.1 Gilt Mimxt,
Csdelsbras. Fancy Bradets.
Ilivtee FiaTnrcs of choscest descnplIoRt,
Haftcaoca liqueur and Cfar Stands,
Table Omanseotl Is Lance rasetr.
Ponmaateans, in Morocco and Russia Lestber J
Reticules. Perfume Cases,
t lower s ?, rssnopaintejd;
lUndicmely Painted Porcelsiaand China Plscqees,
with rath select frames.
A small lot of ( Water Colors snd ChrocL(thofrsEs.
Superior Marine and Opera Glasses of finest aaake.
A hoc lot of liisoue and Pamn Figures.
Cabinet and Wall Ornaments.
A fine assortment of Marcus Ward 4 Col'i
BEAUTIFULLY ILLUMINATED ALBUMS,
In Hash, Morocco, ricUy brocaded, of all sires.
And a small lot of Colored Plaotographi of lb world'
most Beautiful Women.
Work Ballets. Wnunf Desks. Ladies Bas and
Baskets c all patterns, beautially Lined srith su3c snd
satin and ejquxtstely brocaocd with raraed fixwres and
EVfant Pcatmonaies. in pesrL shell, aworocco and
phtsh ; Letter Caiet, Paper Kniaes and W cif has. Fancy
1 nk Stands, Pin Cniiuons, WskJi Poakets, Chair Tidies,
Handsome Glove and Handkerchief Sets,
In Velvet and Leather.
FaacyTablcs, Fancy Brackets, and a small lot of
LADIES' and CENTS' TRAVELING BAGS,
With most complete nttinzs is ivory and uetCnf silstr.
AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF FANS,
Embroslered. Lace, Feather, and richly hand painted,
and an endless variety of aaoa nacf a! and omsv
taenia articles too msmercess to aantajv
CARPETS, RUGS, MATTINGS, ETC.
Brussels and Aasstnster Carpets of the clwcest aasj
latest patterns; and a bare line of Ihe anett Sandrmsx
ham, Windermere Velvet and Seal Raft Also, (nest
Wool Skin Mats and Tapestry Sousres. and a sesaH Lx
of Real Manila Maniac.
Thu invoice sras aelscted with crca care, and cannot
fail to be appreciated.
A snail lot of Lndass' and Cents' Finest UaaltTweaar
of Novs-epoa SaLV.
Best Ladies' and Gents' Sack Hose, plain aasl saw.
droldeted, ofaH varsttsts snd ccioes, and s
A ctsoace lot or HajadkercSueta, w plaia and ctsssred
border of very Latest rssttcnas.
This iavcao is, smhoot etceptios, the loeet k of
silk foods ever lwipone.1 to lha ssarkst.
A fall line caf the best Emush and French Grocerin
from the well-known bowse of I. T Morton. CKeea
Black well snd S. L. DwM A Caa, a foBosr 8
Fresh Ieaperial aasd Cornish Sard as,
Sprats s Is Sardine,
Pete de Fose Ores,
Fresh afsaraial v''-: nnd Cawraaws.
LoplaasTa Ca(usk rtsvs.
la m rsma s wotceatstisire asuacsy
ossn mssssmaw. us sarse evaa avaaai t
poseeot aaaae nsat.
Fiava hrsaalsasT SasncwSl
Maakrooss, Haney. KeaaWx. rsvefrfaavk, Jh
Assarted Jsesa snd Jetuea,
Pie Frsuu of all vsnelaea,
A smaO kat of very asspersoe Carrie Powdaar, Is 1-
laws : sepswtnr Freactt Otsn CM, asd ). A J. Couassa's
PIANOS, MUSIC BOXES, ETC
A few Coue Pianos, of ssperue mas af act en aasl
full rich uses. Also, s straw bass of the aWass Freest
Mnaac Haaee'of the beat asavka, walk lateaa. areas Sad
aAssaohs atlaremmta. tsa. seasTtirtwi fetsss ah. basest
popular aaaalc. Thssasthe amwat ha of ssssawGwl aSatrw.
asewt ever Icepaned Is llonobshs.
Two of rordeaa Pates Rw)wl hUnaom CsV. of teat
test and sssssl Uaiannwd aaaislMleal. That Is las
trr saswa Mate of ha swim ao eaawsssveshr eased, las Lass.
sloe, e Verb nasi iSllltabbl. savcmw asssmm
csuts of the Uasted Staaes. war., .i . litu
at. ibeea la the tMKa and man lsM,a of tkea smss.
assslly, we snH sssspoaa of the asssse si a very aeswavssaMs
avrwre ssd ajpon ias) aaos fssarsswls waveas, ssssatw. eaaa
la) s short lass ihss assstesl seal aawaSsseei veAasae
enurely lapans ll alss II III I i ill li I y assssas ef
caamyssta tm i nttiHes' itttsa. rwosswaasa iawawat.
seniilaism. eas rhsssjM esf avasss sasi svear asvi Mar.
this stl of Hi amass Is ettwatessJtsi.