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SEITHMHI'.K if, iMj
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER so, iMj
Publication office li t 6 Kaahumamt ttreel 1 ltd
llorfxl rooms at lo Tort treet
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TIIOS O THRUM. Publisher and Proprietor.
All matter for the Saturday Press should be
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Donbht-colnmn advertisements, cnts and Urge
types will not be admitted Into our column! ;
neither wilt advertisements be admitted Into "read
Inir" columns at any price Theie rtilei will be
rigidly adhered to.
Notice ol any events of interest transpiring on
the other Islands will al-vayl be ttianVfullf received
for publication. Correspondents are requested to
append their true namet to all communications,
not for publication necessarily, but as a Rtiarantee
that the writer Is actinic In good faith
(xnctnor Dnnilnis, vshohas ln ill, is. cn
The Madras Milt from llit oit on Monday.
Many Chinese Meiif;ers return home.
Resident on limm.i tlrecl would lie pleased
to sec tlie lonil iix-rvi.r with .1 gang of
'I he rcgubt gospel temperance meeting ill
lie liclil at 7.yj this evening In the llethcl
Hi nnn Simiiel advertise a jewelry en
partnership In this Issue In-idvctlently omitted
in the list.
The lto)il Hawaiian Agilculliiral hncicty
will hold n annual meeting on the 191I1 of
Lis! Vcilneiliy twenty five cases ofeonlrv
hind liquor were received hy the marshal from
An improved skimmer and ilr.iincr for cine
juice wis patented li) l-ouis Ijilicnstcin of
Ililn, last neck.
Mesr. Russell, lli)cldcn, Iliktr, and
I'oeoe are the I'ahcc I'-irt) IcKislitivc can
didates from I Innolulii,
Tlie new dredge for Honolulu hiilior has
three ilifTcrcnt sorts of I nickels for use on mud,
coral and sand hotlnms.
Mrs. I lora C. Pcrriman ii gnntcd a
divorce from V. K. l'crriiiian In San I'ran
cisco on the 3rd inslant, .
I'our dollars a month for private, and a dollar
additional for office ue, will be the new
chirges hy the old telephone company.
The Riictte is nutlniril) for the disaointing
news that the Svvlftsiirc will not rciisil these
islands- at least, while on her present cruise.
'I he attendance at, and the appreciation of,
Miss Anna Ilieese's Friday evening socials for
the entertainment of strangers are increasing.
The Quarterly r'ximinationofthc Kaunnkl
pill District Sunday schools will commence at
10.30 a.m., to morrow, at Kaumaknpdi
Kit nets from the recent educational address
of Mr. Charles Trances Adams, of which men
tion was made last week, will appear next
The Press gives greeting to Ihndrnaslcr
Uerger or the Rojal Hawaiian Hand. His
arrival on the Madras last Sundaj was nn
The Young People's Christian Ttmpcrance
Union met last Tuesday night. The member
ship at adjournment uus Uty one, six new
members having lietn cmollcd.i
Nest Month) evening there will be a public
meeting of the Hawaiian Humane Society and
thov! interested in their work at the Y.M.C.A.
Halt. A full attendance is expected.
Within Nuuanu Vallc) the angry watchdog
boys, and a wrathful Chinese guardian of the
hcnroosls nurses tits cracked sconce and bides
his time, for Ihe chicken thief is abroad in
A drunken man took possession of a carriage
in one of the streets last Monday, and was
driven an i by the lady who owned the car
nage and who was obliged to use her carriage
whip to enforce her will.
On the first page is reprinted from tlie New
1111k Independent, in which it first appeared,
Joaquin Miller's touching tribute to tlie memory
of his dead filher, entitled Peace. Credit at
foot of Ihe article was Inadvertently omitted.
lly the new and fast steamer Hell Rock, to
arrive tiere near the end or next month, 1400
souls bitting the accident of wind and sea
and the rigors of confinement In close quarters
will be added to ihe Portuguese-Hawaiian
Imputation ul these islands.
1 he catamaran of the Myrtle Iloat Club is
a "clipper." She has been fitted witli a plank
bottom and almost entirely rebuilt bung now
considered by tlie club a staunch, sea. worthy,
durable and "speedy " craft. She will carry
six "at a pinch," and five in comparative coin
foil. "Another old land mark gone," was the
obsciation of a reflective pioneer, as he
watched the demolition of .Mr. K. V. Lalnc's
Kott strut feed store. Until his new building
Is completed, Mr. Uiinc will have an office
with George Lucas & Co., a few doors mauka
his old stand.
Doctor I lagan Is confined to his bed from
the tlTecU of an injury to the knee joint caused
by collision with a corner jimt tcccivcil through
the too sudden turning of his horse. It Is pos
sible that the injury may confine the Doctor to
his couch for some time but it is to be hoijcd
not. 1 he Injury will lie generally regretted.
The fiist case brought by the Hawaiian
lluminc Society, was against a hack -diner
named Dcven, who had beaten a balky horse
in a manner deemed ciucl by a sjicctator, who
caused tlie arrest. Judge Wilcox acquitted
the prisoner: and, with some humor, and
equal good sense, declared lliat lully horses
were unfit to be ucil In public conveyances,
Mr, W. W. Hall, Jr., received by the Mad
rasa Utter from Mr. Oscar While, now at the
coast on a vacation, enclosing a telegram from
Falmouth, Maine, dated the ;ih Instant,
which Hated that Mr. K. O. Hall was at that
time dangerously ill of aggiaxatcd pleurisy.
Later advice recused by Mr. White just pre
vious to the sailing of the Madras were more
hopeful concerning Mr. Hall's condition.
A Portuguese milkman en route for Manoa
Valley lai.1 Monday had an empty cauiage
fastened behind his wagon. In crossing the
railway track at the junction of U tetania and
Alapal streets ihe two venules parted company,
the cantagc remaining In the middle of Iteic-
taiila, the uouvH-cting Jiiicr had gone
fully a hundred yards Iieforck dlscusereil his
ov uiuJi te the delight of social small
Several of the iccenl tinxluctlons of Mr. J,
D. MiiHtg't piactlseU brash are now on view
at Uekkts. L)can &. Jutuvsun'i. Two of lhe
jiituie are fruit 4c, one of Uuiorss the
uthsr of bread fruit. Kach is itposoi agaln4
a aoutlmn wall, and each U a study that 3c
wsm the dclnjhttd appreciation of essay alt
' WM is lioaolttlu. TiulMtiiimirwiU,
have been pnntd to order for Mr (, i
Irwin 1 luy arc folngc pieces binma'- and
young eocixinut tree with hndscape, sky
ami Using accewory cfiects
The operation of tflfyhining the skull (mas
tohl process) for disease of the middle ear and
aulaum lately performed on Miss Lilly I lass
inger by Doctor Trmnweau, assistcil by Doctors
Urodie, Hagan, and Stangenwald, seems to
have been an entire mcce, so fir as relief of
ruin is concerned t and the wound it healing
well. ThU oerilion is on of modem origin,
and this the first lime it has lieen performed on
Mr. W It. Purvis returned from Ihe Aus
tralian colonies by the 'cilandla, last Sunday,
bringing with him seven mongeeic (why not?)
sercnl fine fowls, and a numticr of orna
rrientit and useful plmlx. The mongoose
which, in appearance, looks like an animal
injudiciously built in rewmblaner at once of a
diminutive liear and a nlher stout weasel
his an affinity for nt. The ones imported arc
intended for the damp lands of ih Kukuihale
plantation at Hamikui, where rals abound,
and dogs cannot lie used to advantage. Greit
things are hoped for them, the expectation
lieing Inscil upon what Mr. Purvis knows by
iersonil oliscrvalion of Ihcir habits.
The employees of this office were gladdened
last 1 hursday morning by Ihe appearance uvon
the foreman's desk of a generous slice of most
appclinng w cihling cake. Lvcr) one's mouth
watered, and every one cxciplcd at Icist a
morsel on which to dream of fime or fortune
or jwcclheirt or wife or something. It hid
lieen sent "with the compliments of Mr, and
Mrs. K. II. Donnoll) j" and cscry one in the
office was prepired to wish Mr. and Mrs.
Donnolly many hippy anniversaries of the day.
Hut the soelct) reenter 1 curled dirhng of
fashion who has sit so long in the lip of luxury,
that he his come to believe tint the sun rises
and sets for his own special licncfil selfishly
took the cike, and the rest of the office were
left which the) all said was no joke.
The Hell Uock pissed Dover, August C,
The Hiwiiiin bark Kale iasscd Dungcncss
August in, for Honolulu.
1 he German bark I'rolrick was I01ding.it
Hongkong August 6, lot this Hjrt.
The American batk Slillmin II. Allen ar
rived at Hongkong September I, frdm Hono
lulu. The American link C. houthird llurlbcit,
is at anchor in the stream ; repairs will be com
The P. M. S. S. City of New York will be
ilue from San I'rincisco this P. M. with two
weeks later news
The American link C. O. Whitmorc Ins
discharged her cargo of coal, and Snls lo diy
tor Port rownsend.
The American brigintine W. G. Irwin is
loading it the O, S. S. Co's dock. She sails
for San I'rincisco to diy.
The P. M. S. S. Zcalmdn arrived list Sun
day afternoon from Syilnty, and sailed again
at 9 P. M. for San I'rancisco.
The llritish bark Isle of Anglcsca is at the
foot of Tort street. She will sail on or about
Monday for Portlind, Oregon.
The llritish steamship Madras arrived list
Suiuhy from San I rincisco, bringing eleven
dijs liter news. She will sail on Mofldiy next
The schooner Lhukai was filled with water
last W,lnesdi) r fr ih, purpnsj. of killing rats.
centipedes, Inigsilc. that we re on hci. SeSeral
large roaches, however, took to the pumps for
The following telegram was received by
Messrs. G. W. Macfuline fe Co. by the last
mail : " The llritish steamship Hell Hock
sailed from St. Michaels, August 30th, with
t )00 souls equivalent to I loo adults."
'Ihe following vessels, hence, arrived at San
I'rincisco as follows : September;; P. M.S.S.
City of New York, Cobb, 9 days ; llritish ship
Shandon, P.issiful, 31 days ; and schooner
Hosario, Swift, 2S davs from Kahului.
The schooner Ka Moi, on Thursday last, took
on board over 50 tons of machinery in S hours,
in part consisting of 1 Holler of 7 tons, 2 of
6 Ions each, checks' and bed plates etc, for the
Laupahochoe Mill. Very good woik for the
1 10 j s.
Tir f Iml l'Mi uf ,. Kliitl,
On Monday list, in Ihe police court, was
tried the case of Mrs. Uui Watson agiinst
the proprietor of the Keystone Saloon wherein
damages were claimed in the sum of two
bundled dollars. The summons charged that
Mr. Thomas Walker, proprietor of said
saloon had, in contrariety with section 37 of
the Act of 8S2, hibitually, for months past,
furnished the husband of the said Llira Wat
son with intoxicating drink., knowing him lo
bean immoderate diinkcr and that by such
furnishing an injury had been sustained by the
wife and family of the said Watson, commen
suratc with the damages claimed.
Mrs. Watson testified tint by reason of ex
cessive drinking her husband had for several
months past squandered his means and filled
to supply his fnnily with the necessaries of
life; tint, as a consequence, lih herself and
her family had lieen made dcK.ndcnt, for food
and clothing, upon the chanty of friends, and
tliat her husband hid finally descried her and
left the kingdom. She also stated that upon
two several occasions she had cautioned the
liaikccpers of said saloon against supplying
her husband with liquor, ami that upon three
occasions she bail found him tln'rc in a stale of
Captain Wond of Ihe hick police testified
that he lud uikiii several occasions seen Wat
son In the saloon, and tflu upon one occasion
he was necessitated to remove the horse and
hack of Watson from the street h!lching-iost
of the saloon to the station house, for unncct
mry long standing, ami lo cliarge Watson with
a violation of the hack tulc. He also tcsll
tied that he was commonly known as an exces
Messrs. T. V Ciui ami James Mclean, liar
keeKts of Ihe saloon, testified that they liad
nevsr ih-cii cauttonat tiy Mrs. Watson against
supplying her husband with liquor; that they
lud never seen him drunk; and that he had
not lieen In Ihe habit of spending money there
for dilnk, but that when he drank it was
uiot invariably at the cxcnse of sonic passen
ger tic hail brought to Iho saloon. Other
testimony pf a somewhat contradictor) nature
was, also introduced.
One hundred dollars damages were awarded
by the court ; and an appeal to trial by jury
Mr. li. IWitn apscarcil for the plaintiff,
and Mr. Cecil Itrviwn for the defuulint.
'I tw above is ihe fust case of the kind lhat
hascver lieen tried In our couiti. Upon o
previous occasions suit under this taw wire
started bu miihci wa carried thiough.
Some (wtlve KobaUni, of various nation
ahlies, havcuuMcd to trv ttWr hand al ntni
minstrels), Ihcli llilid performance was given
on ine in innasu, Kejits Indicate lhat
they have xueX wiUi er) good ue, and arc
lftmuig id dvof,
7ie fIrrr'fnir Ignlli.
The eeuliar ajpearan 1 of the sky, which
has daily lieen seen for the list three weeks
before and ifter sunset, has lieen an otiject of
much interest, and no little stcculation as lo
its cause among our cituens The phenomenon
has certainly lieen one of a very remarkable
nature, ami, according to the memory of some
of Ihe oldest Inhabitants, one never before
seen on these islands. The lurid glare of Ihe
sky, Inleritiersett with shades of pink and
brown which deepen In Intensity for an hour
and 1 half lo two houn after sunset, and then
fade awn) j and which, for alioul the same
time, precede the tising of the sun Is .1 cosmic
eflect which hn not )ct been satisfactorily ex
plained, notwithstanding the numerous theories
which Inve lieen so freely offered by the
scientists of the town. With those who are
Inclined lo Indulge in superstitious belief, this
rare phenomenon isupned to linde evil lo
the whole globe and its Intnbitmtj, or to be
Ihe forerunner of some more local convulsion
of nature; while many of those who have
rceentl) lieen engaged In thepeitisal of "Kig
narok" are ready to nscrilie its origin to
Cfimetic inlluence, and to anticipate a new
drift period as a sequel.
Perlnps the only really plausible theory jet
odered is lint of Mr. Screuo Ilishnp, published
in our lil week a lsiic, where he seeks to
connect ihe phenomenon with the volcinic
outbreak al Java, Mr. Ilishop says t "I am
disposed lo conjecture lint some very light
clement among the vapors of the Javi erup
tions Ins continued at a very greit height in
ihe atmosphere, and been borne by the upper
currents across the Pacific into this region."
Tint Ihis ieciiliar nppcirincc ot the sky should
hue first occurred aliout ihe time of the vol
canic outbreik at Java ; thil it should corrcs
pond in direction (so fir is sunset appcirince
is concerned) with Ihe relative position of Java,
and that ihe smie appearance should have
lieen noticed by the crews of vessels further lo
the westward, arc facts which seem to support
Mr. Ilishop's theory. There Is this fact, how
ever, which seems lo bear against it i That
while we hid nnny and lirgc eruptions on
Hawaii, with immense liva Hows, the reflected
light from which Ins often' been seen from
Maui and Oahu in the direction of thcvolcano,
no effect has ever lieen visible, so fir as the
writer is aware, in an) way approaching the
nature of the cosmic appearances lately seen.
'Ihe writer has no theory. Doubtless.
there must exist some abnormal condition of
the higher strata of our atmosphere to cause
the unwonted refractive process which gives us
so much light so long iftcr sunset, and so long
lieforc sunrise. It may be of an aqueous or
gaseous nature; but whence it ma) have come,
or what it may porlcnd, is )ct to be salisfac
3n r. .w. 1 : a.
The rcguhr monthl) mc:ling of the
. M. C. A. wis held at its hall last Tliurs
day evening. Several committee rciorls were
presented. 1 hat on the Chinese work recom
mended its I) ing in aln.)incc for the present,
since there was no aviihblc person for a c61
Kirtcur, Letters were reid from Secretaries
McCoy of San I'rancisco, and Morse of New
Yotk, in reply to application for assislancc to
ward securing and sending a general secretary,
reported difficulty in finding the right nnn, as
the dcminds all through the slates were more
thin the suppl), but hoped by next mill lo re
xrt success. On motion it was decided to
discontinue the early Sunda) evening meeting
at the fort street church vestr) with the first
Sunday 111 October, and commence aiaftcrnoon
service at 3 o'clock at the Y. M. C. A. Hill,
especially for )oung men. Next Thursday
evening a temperance entertainment will lie
,v.n .11 lb., ltall, ,1 tVio 1 l.uru.l.sl.'ftlli.iiii.
probibly an ice crenn festival will lie given to
raise funds to complete furnishing. The
treasurer reported a balance on hand of $147
insufficient to meet quartcrl) accounts about
due. The statement. showed ahrge arrearage
in members' dues. Tivc new members were
Thr Olliri Jl,llul.
Carp for breeding purposes are kept for sale
by Master Prank I'nders of Wailuku.
Hcv. Mr. hallcy of the English church at
Kohali, is to hive a new church edifice built
The conduct of the tax assessor at Hilo has
caused a deal of indignilion in that town and
The Congregational Church at Aalanla,
Kolnla, has recently received a large and
The sum of $198 was netted recently at Ihe
" Old 1 oiks Pare" in Wailuku, held for the
benefit of the I'oreign Church.
Mr. and. Mrs. C. II. Dishop had quite an
ovation at Lihuc when ihe )oung husband re
turned there with his bride.
Stock of the Hilo and Hamakua Telephone
Conipan) will soon be placed tin the market
probabl). The line is now- in working order
from Waiakea to Ookila.
Tlir Jllln JImhIm.
The Iltlo roads arc getting into a sul state
of neglect agiln in f ct, a considerable por
tion of the raid through that garden district
Ins never been in an) other condition. One
portion especially of 8 or 10 miles extent,
Ijiiifj lietwccn Hakalau and Laupahochoe,
autidalcs for an) improvement the memory of
the oldest inhabitants. I)j nasties have arisen,
flourished, and. passed away. Mushroom
ministries have grown and withered In num
bers. Children have grown up, and )oung
men grown gra). The War of fortune has
risen, and the blight of inihtical corruption
fallen upon our island kingdom ; and still no
hand has been lifted towards Improvement on
this particular section of road, The weary
traveller as he plunges along through unex
plored jungles of Hllogras is moud In the
indignation uf his heart lo exclaim, " O Lord,
how long?" and to sigh for the old Jonlamc
days when ihe road supervisor might lie found
In Ihe worst of weather on Ihe road, and who
rcalued that the sum of his ambition was not
the moonlight serenading or a dubious aristo
cracy, or oft rccatcd visits to the mctroioh's
on puiely official business. What is needed is
far Ins red tajsc and exact engineering and
more good honest hard woik.
Planters will lie iuieiested in the following
extract from a letter of Mr, Chailc Koclbng
to Colonel V, I". Allen, President of Prlnco
ville Plantation Compan) i "On the Jjrd
August, in company with Mr, F, Allen, I went
to Kapaa to Inspect the JarvU Furnace and 1
,am pleased lo say thai, by the cxiKiimcnl
shown u by llic engineer, and Mr. George
Dole' opinion, 41 U a complete success. I
iheiefoicask forvtbe approval of directors to
ooler two furnace to be jmt in at Prince ville.
The experiment shown by the engineer was to
wet down aluul a cait load of diy trash with
aliout ten buikcts of water, which, In my
opinion, welled the trash much more than U
(ur green trash coming direct!) from the mill ;
but incrilhclni burnt ptifeclly well, Mr.
Gtoigc Dole alsocunfiiiaedtlutw lien they were
iMHn&g greeu Hash umkrlhe furnaccit worked
aibniiablv am) fuinUhal moie Meaw than they
could gel who dry tiswli burnt In a common
furnace. ' lam convinced that a single
season would ruoic than pay for them, "
.if rnv.it 1: f 01 nr r 1 ,;.) 1 it.
October Term, iSSj
lltt IIN JORV CRIVtlNAI CASFS
1 he King v John Kaulahea Selling liquor.
Appeal from police court J I. Kmlukou
The King v Hale (k) t llurghry
The King x-, David 1 Larceny In second
IIVWAIIAN JURY CIVII. CASM,
Kuaana v. Molika t rjectment. Smith aril
1 hurston for plaintifT.
Punhi Kaihkolc v. It. It. II. t.iliuokalani
tl al. t Kjcctmcnt. W. II, Caslle for plilntlff ;
V.. Preston for defendants.
J. Pailuhi v. Hukilanl ct al. 1 rjectment.
W. K. Castle for plaintlfl. .
S. K. Kmc, Jr., x. Waialealc. L'jcctincnt.
W. II. Castle for plaintiff.
xtixrri jury cAs5wi.
His Majesty Kahkiua ct nl. v. Samuel
Parker , Ljcctmcnt. I'. Preston, C. Ilrovvn
and J. I. Kaulukou for plilnliff; S. 11. Dole
A. J. Cirtwright x Manclit Ljcctincnt.
P. M. llilch for phlnlifr; W. A. Klnnc) for
Mokuhla v. William McCandlcss 1 Assump
sit. Appeal from intermediary court. J. L.
Kaulukou for plaintiff ; 1', M. Hatch for defen
dant. S. Kckiliili v. William Meyer t Ljcctment.
J, Hussell for plaintifT.
W. M. Gibson, president lioird of educa
tion v. P.aako (w) ct al. 1 Ejectment, W. A.
Whilfng for plaintiff; J. L. Kaulukou for defen
dant. His Majesty Kalikmi x-. Glm Quon i LJect
ment. I'. Preston for plaintifT.
W. II. Holmes v. Mikilui (k)i Appeal
from District Judge, Himikin, Hawaii.
MKHfiS JURY CRIMINAI. CASTS.
The King v. Hampton Douglass t Nimcless
crime. I'. IT. Ward for defendant.
The King v. Ah Lin i Perjury.
The King v. Ah Wongt Perjury.
The King v. Achuck and Ahook : Assault
and battery. Appeal from police court. J.
Russell for defendant.
The King v. Lu Cliong : Liquor In jiosscs
sion. Appeal from xlicc court. Smith and
Thurston for defendant.
The King v. Achuck : Opium in possession.
Appeal from ohce court. J. Russell for
IORFIOV JURY CIVIL CASKS.
'.. S. hpilding x. I". Miller : Damages $200.
Appeal from police court. Smith mil 'I burs
ton for plaintifT and appclhnt ; I". M. Hatch
C. T. Gulick v. Lun Chun : Assumpsit. W.
K. Castle for phintifT.
Clnrlcs A. Chipin x. T. P. Tisdilc and L.
S. Thompson: Covenant. L". Preston for
plaintiff; P.M. Hatch for Tisdilc.
G. West x. A. 11. Kerr : Assumpsit. W,
H. Castle for plaintifT.
J. F. Ilackfcld ct al., assignees of Chung
Pais. Lee Loy : Assumpsit. S. II. Dole for
Arthur C. Turlon, b) his guirdian James
Campbell x-. Hackfield and Co. : Assumpsit.
L. Preston for plaintifT; Smith and Thuiston
F. T. I.cnchan el al. assignees of Lee Chat
x. Lcc Lo) : Assumpsit. C. W, Ashford for
Akeni (Ch.) x. Wong Ka Mau et al. : Trcs
pass. Appeal from Intermedin) court. C.
Drown and J. M. Monsarrat for defendants
and appellants ; S. II. Dole for plaintiffs.
William Drown v. Koloa Sugir Compiny
Damige. S. 11 Dole fur plaintiff; Smith and
Thurston for defendant.
Actio), iiy ins next menu l.ee Uin x.
Achuck ct al. : Trcspiss. C. Wv Ashford for
Ilcnr) Vicrrax. Ah Chcong : Trespass. J
L. Kaulukou for phintifT; K. Preston for
L. Way v. C. T. Gulick, minister of the
interior : Damigi. S. D. Dole for plaintiff.
JohnM. Herring v. C. T. Gulick, minister
of the interior : Damage. S. II. Dole and
W. A. Kinney for plaintiff.
CASPS IV UANCO.
Chilian cs. Co. v. I'rinccville Plantation
Compan) : Equity appeal. A. S. Hartvvell
for plaintiff; F. M. Hatch for defendant.
Kaiioohiwa x. Kaluailn : Appeal from
Second Circuit. W. C, Jones for plaintiff.
Maikai x. Hastings X. Co. : Appeal from
Commissioners of Water Rights. 1. M. Hatch
'and C. Drown for contestants.
Settlement of boundaries, Ihaina pf Kapa
hulu : Appeal from Houndar) Commission,
S. U. Dole for Lunalilo estate, petitioner. F.
M. Hatch for C. K. Dishop et al., appellants.
Cecil Drown x. Dishop Co. j Exceptions.
F. M. Hatch for plaintifT; Smith and Thurston
J. F. Ilackfcld ct al., assignees of Kunsai &.
Aming v. Ing Choy : Appeal from Chancellor.
K. F. Dickcrton for plaintiffs ; W. K. Castle
and C. Drovv n for defendant.
V.. 11, Thomas x. Trustees Lunalilo I'stalc:
Apveal from judgment on award. J. Russell
for phlnti'ff; S. 11. Dole for defendant.
V. M, Gibson, President Hoard of Hcalh,
X'. steamship Madras s Admiral!) appeal. F.
M. Hatch for hbellant and appellant ; V.
Preston and Cecil Drown for claimants ami
J. Wcla v. Koloa Sugar Compan) i Appeal
from Fourth Circuit.
Her Majesty Emma Kalclcnnalani x. the
Commissioners of Crown Lands: Writ of
Lrror. W. R. Castle for plaintifT; F Prestdn
Caroline Mitchell v. James Mitchell. W,
R.Casllc for hbellant.
Annie Kaehalio x William Ftlcl llrpwn.
W. L Holokaahiki for hbellant.
Hcbcka x. Nailima. J. L. Kaulukou for
Lepeka v. Moses K, Mahuka. A. Rosa for
libellant ; Smith and Thurston for respondent.
Kauinauaiii (k) v. Kawalahao (vv). J, L.
Kaulukou for libellant,
Kaluna (vv) v, Mnkuoluii (k).
F. II. Hamlin v.-Makuc Hamlin. W. R.
Castle for libellant.
J. II. Thomas v. Jennie P. Thomas. S. II.
Dole for hUIlant ; C. Drown for respondent.
Mano(k)v. Kalili(w). W. L, Holokaahiki
Kaukanc (w) v. Moke (k), F Preston for
Kapcla x, ALimanu.
It U a law among cettaln trilies of Indians.
as the Omalus, Olos, and Missouri's, that a
willow must remain lour years without many,
ing. It is unnecm'tiy to state that a woman
of those nations is very careful of a husband
wiuie sne nat one in (lie house,
"The Child not in the Midst of Them,"
and "Why I belles clhe Hifilc la not a bundle
of fables, but is the Word of Gel," w ill be Mr.
Ciuan's ihcmc Sunday, The evening sermon
will lie especially for iung people ami
' ' s
Tlie Grand Aimy of the Heifublic will
please accept Ihe apologies of ihe l'rel for an
Kilauea ceotlnuca active. The two lake
in the great crater arc apparently toou lo
Tbcie U whooping cough on Maui,
Ilni.iei u l I September 9, lilt,
llminess for ihs wk has tn remarkably hie Iht
10 )rocrrdln only. If Possible ilulltr In marked
contrail, therefore, stands out Ihe very sansfaetors land
sale of h I" ,ums on Momlar last of lwt iratls of
the Iitcomb estate, oim rising tist acres, to Mr II
lltftlenun for Ihe mm of $14,00, ami the credit sale.
alto by Mr , J ims, on Thursday, of a laree assortment
of starJe rfnods, by order cf J T alerhouse, hith
was well attended. The sale was carried well Into Ihe
afternoon, and will foot up lo a satlinvelery total
.Nest xxeUnesilav will rake lace the assignees
sale of Ibe estate of le Chat, c tmirllng leases, buiM
Inn, hotel, lanlalsm, anil ranch shares, etc
In arrivals we note the steamers Madras from !n
Franelvn and Zealanjia from the Colonies. Iwth Ulnu
Inja small lot of freijht for ibis port There are a
number of vessels oter due, Ibe principal of which Is
ihe Spartan from New Norrt.am llepo from l'iiet
Sound No nord has lieen beard of the former since
leaving her port on the itth of March tail, and some
ansiety Is naturally felt lor her safety
r sports for Ihe week are llghl, embracing partial
earjues only pet Zealarhba valued al $131 t, Clous
bpretliels $ro,S3 9l and Caibarien J, ,,711 65; all for
San I ranclseo. lira W C Irwin clears toilay for the
same p.rt, with about rw tons of freight ; and Ihe Ma
dras, on Monday nesl for Homtloug, carries hole cite
but passengers from I ere these dewrtures will leave
our liarbor eomparatWelv bare of ship; Ing
To morrow the City of New ,orV may lie considered
due from San rrancisen wlih mails, and dales to the
til inslant. The Mariposa will leave nest Monday
noon for this port.
Ilntinlllhl Stiirl, iiinf lloii'l Vrrlmnv.
Session, MsnilST, Seplemlier , tMl
a p. r-
500 . 500
to 95 65
roo r,o t,a
ICO ISO ISO
llvitcu Sugar Cd
Knhalt Sugar Co
Ihe I'rinccville Plantation Co
Ihe Wailuku Sugar Co
Ihe Hawaiian Agricultural Co
Makre Sugir Co
XVaimtnalo Sugar Co .
ItonokaahitgarCo , Jtsonlicr sh pd up;
I lie rsoion cougar eo: ,
OAata Sugar Co -j
Waihee Sugir Co
Pacific Mill Co
Mlvuea Sigar Co
I I ilea Sugar Co
drove Kanch 1 ttntalion Co .
Union Mill Co., $750 per sljare paid ti
Star Mill Co
List Maul Plantation Co
Ouomea Sugar Co
PauVaa Sugsr Co
Krciprocitv Sugar Co
Iiupthoclioe Sugar Co . .
Ilamakna Mill Cu ., .
aiknpu Sugar Co.
llilrvva Sugar Co ..
Ilonomanu Sugar Co . .
rhellawalLvn Uaitroail Co . .
Kahului Railroad Co . .
Hawallin licit telephone Co ,
Hawaiian lelephone Co., (Maul) ..
Kauai telephonic Co . .
Hilo A. Hawaii lclephonc& let Co
MISCBLLANKOC STOCkS ANO DI1N1IS
I he Honolulu Iron Works Co
C llreuer A. Conii.in) . (Xlercannle)
Interisland Steam Navigation Co
list Maui Siock Co (Kanch)
l.O HallS. Son, (limited)
I hcIvc ter cent, bonds .
Nine per cent Hawaiian bon Is
Seven per cent Ilawalian bonds
Six iter cent free from llov t las
Onoinea Sugar Co. Hon Is, 9 per cent
I law n Agnc 1 Co. Ilonds, 7 icr cent
W. OSmilh lo A O I Ihs, M shares Inter Island
Steam Navigation Co , 140.
It. HiksifmsciINFIPFR, Secretary
Manuokawni, sch, from Kekaha Sept. aa
Manx, sell, from lVukaa. 33
Kilauea I loir; Mm, Sears, from Kahului , a
U aiehtlf sch, from Mahko . ... ' aa
C K. Ilishop, son, from Kauai . ' aa
I ikelike, srm, King, from lliloand way torts. " 93
Madras, lint S S, &wau, from Sin I-rancuco. as
7eilandn, lint S S, Webber, from Sj dne " 93
r hukai, sell, from waillua .. " 33
Kekauluohi, sett, from Haailci " 35
Ka Moi, sell, from Laupahochoe " sj
James Makee, Mm, McboniKI, from Kauai . " 35
IwiLini, slm, Itites, from Maalain, K0111 and
Knit - 36
Oen biegcl, sell, from XX atanae . ' 36
Wulmaiialo, Mm, ,elon, from Waunanalo " 36
l.eliua, slm, Irenn, from Hani and Motokal " 37
eitenna, sell, rrom lliltalci ... . " 38
llarfon, sch, Torn Kukuunele c " 38
xtcLolii.Min, Mfiiregm-, from XXalalua. t ," . J
Zeilandla. Itnt S S, WcliDcr.forSan Pranctsco.Sept. 93
C 1C Ilishop, Mm, for Kiuai , , 94
Ihui, slm, fxitenzcn, for Xlohkaiand liana M 14
KiUuel llou, slm, Stars, for Kahului . M 34
Haleakala, sch, Crane, for IVjieekeo " 34
Manuokawat, sch, for Nawiliwili . .... " 34
(eiu Sigel, sch, for WaLanae 34
Nettie Mem!), sch, Christian, for Lahatna.. ' 34
Wnehu, sch, for XViualua . , 34
.Mana, sch. for I'aukaa. ... . " 34
Claus bpreckels, sch. Drew, for San I ranctsco " 35
1 ikehLe, slm, King, for Hilo and way putts " 35
Cailianen, Am blc. Hubbard, for San I ranclseo M 36
Kekauluolu, seh, iVr IIHii,ci.. . M 36
I-abi. sch, from Koholatele . . " 96
l.en. Sicgcl, sch, for Koolau " 36
Jamea Mikee, slm, McDonald, for Waiinae
ami Kauai " 37
Mary I, roster, sell, for Kona . ' 37
Kauikeaouli. sch, from Honokaa . . "97
Iwalau, Mm, Hales, for Maalaea, Kotei and
Kau . ' a8
Merchant Vessels How In Port.
Martha Hidiout, svars ,.Am. bk
Iscl or Angurhua, lliney Itnt. bk.
C O. Wiiitsiore, Catlioun Am bk,
W, (S lavvisi.lurner .Am bgtne.
C. S. UutliGKT, Uavis Am bk
MADMAS,Swan Itnt. s.s.
Vessels Expected from Foreign Ports
Hrksirn, Oer. bk. Mazatmn. Sander
lue Nov. 1 5. II. Ilackfcld it Co., Agents.
Due Dec 30-9S. II Ilackfcld & Co . Alciiis.
CARtiur. Haw, bk. Iolani Carrels
Due lice. 1 to. II. Ilackfcld & Co , Agents.
New Cstck,N3. W, Hi 11 bk Annca Wilson Gu)
Due Nov 1 to. It Hackfild JLCa, Agctits.
Nkw Castle, N. S. , tier bk Christine, ildfang
Due Oct. 10.90. II, Ilackfcld Ac Co., Agents.
NkW C'ASTLk, Ml W, IthLLB IsLB .
For Mabukona. Due Seil. 95.3a S G. Wilder
& Co., Agents.
Nka uRk, Am Ik. SrARTAN Crositc)
Overdue. Castle iL Cooke, Agents.
NnwYiikk, Itnt. bk. Hknly Jamics lntimore
Due Ost 90-35 Caslle & Cooke, Agents.
I iVKRrooL, llm bk. Maluk.xtsi hdkin
Due now I. H Davics& Co., Agenrs.
I iVERroot, Hot, slup Abkrvstwitii Castll .Harries
1 o sail Aug. 95. T II !aiics& Co., Agents.
Port Uamdii'. (JurKN llrandt
For Mahutona. Due Oct t-j S. 0. Wilder &
Port Caiidlk. Am bk, Hofe . Penhallow
Due now lowers &. Cooke, 4kefUs.
IIoston, Am. bk. Martha Hivis Ilenson
Due Oct 15. C llrewcrci Co.. Agents.
San tRAkcisco, r ins CiTViir New atc Colli
DueSe4. 99, )l Ilackfcld it Co., Agents,
San l-RAkciuii, Anulkinc. 1 lls Howe
Due Sc 95 30. C Itrcwer & Co., Agenrs.
Svs r RANeisco, bktns. I.A. lAekiNueso. Goodman
Due Sept. j 30. CaMle re Cooke, Agents,
San tRAheiscn, Am bk. I) U Mvrray Underwood
Iue Se.. 95-30. K A Ssliaefer ci Co., Agents.
San tHANCisco, Haw. stmr. (amilia baas
Due Oct 10.15. II I S.N Co., Agents.
I'lneAoiiriiiA, Haw, umr, Kinau Vun'ScbniUi
Due Nov. i-s- XV il.lcr i Co.. Agcatv
Huviiuiliit, Am tele Marv I- IVilk.r Paul
Due Oct 10-15, Allen & Kobmson, Agents
HUUKOLUT, Am tern D h. Uilliaus Wlnant
flue now lowers &. Cooke, Agents,
HiihOkokG, (,er bk I fiiutiHicu. Uklrup
DuOl 110. II llsclf.ldA; Co., Agtnti.
HohUKowi, Gtr Sb, Ikco .-
Postr lleistitv. Am. Ume. Asicha New ball
Due S4. 45-30. Allen X leobirison. Agents.
Constraut, 11. f. It. M S Kaswih.ii;
HOKIKONC, Ik llAMIS )LIIH . Smilll
JaiitT, Am bgtne IIaiaru Ticroey
DuelnallNov A, r ConkE, Akeot
Jaliit, Hawscli Karvna livcll
K, In all Ikt, A V. Coon 1, Agents.
San I-sakcisio, o.vv Mssiiwa. ., Howard
Hue Oct, I. W . Irwlu 4 Co , Agents.
ST MlCHAtLS, lint. R.S. IttLL KoCK
lHielXi,ao-as, (1 W lacfailana. Co., Agci.ts.
Port IlLAkSLt, Am. tern, Covrsrr. Colbx
Loading, SeH. 1. Allen 6 KoUnuw, Agents.
rrom wiiklward poet, r Ijltt.ks, Sera J I SO
W a lev, W 1, liceeu, W (S Irwin, C liuuaa, T Peiller,
MrsO Dcaeun, Mrs t Keuluu, V II Unit, W V
lloraer, J is m.ue, (1 Nuder, E Doile. t) Kueh,
Mrs A loiUs Mite r !, II C htratoisser, I Klcliaid.
aoo. J A Palmer, A Runes, I W tta, , V I) Aleuivder,
wi( and J (hiklren. Miss it AT'llaimb, II I) IULI.10,
Mrs II luoa, A C lunon, Ms A IxxUikJcui u,J
truss) windward posts, per IwaliuL W 6 W C
Parke, II tusitt II ,N CrasawcU. Mrs Ward and
taiutl), MwCJobiiaon. Mrs. Maswstl atsd a children,
Mrs l&si.lluJchUI MiJri 5eiueke, Mrs Hooo.li,
J U Cle.kv., W S Va, It JImIssks Mi Kssi. fft
Cuth), A Miue, T
rroot Molokai Aod Maul, per Lchua, Seta I M
.XULane, Xlrs MorchaaJ, stavicr 1 ous.
Tor windward pens, Mr MkaliVe, Sess sjlh X'
-u..ss,Krsr.J KuUrdsou, II RVUa.CN Araold,
h tiW. G Simo.s) er.TGav, iltveslal., I. Ilcxc'
saiHl, C II Usnuci. W II Uatt, Mrs Ketwunh, II,
M, AlVsrws, UCaitou, Afus.iB, Mratswvw,
H rii, Mrs iKsha, I. toys, I, 4m '
tt Kaul pes- Jas, Malar, kas ;-Mrs UsUe.
tt.in, clisU, ami suiau, U H. f4tM, Mr Ah
XV tlroa uuj sertanl, h. Cu.Miiahaai.
f, N4-, W (ViiaUrg, T is Jtawfias, A Kcws.
' tV S-a rrauciato. r Cwss SpuUls, )cw,
S.M as Mrs M W & Munartv. M Grubsweser. I l
JedD, Jacast fyssU.
r San (ram mo, per I .illation Sept 90 Mrs
R XI ,reail ,hiM S M llittimnn, Martin Sohn R
I olemtn, I) C I,enehm
I M TORTS
trim rlrilia an.1 New 7ei!and, per ealandtv.
r' t-leahorn Co , 1 e effecm Scseamly, 1
I"-' 1 HjelfKlJ and to. Set arl 1 k merchandise ,
XX H ISirvls re mongoose t ttfowfs 1 pup , May
. to fVi sis potatoes MrlntjTe llros, fn sks pota
ton, Xlacfarlanr lo, tsosks iMaloes, Onler. j
"a i-naici, . onnrann s.ik, jcro,niti coin t eruer,
10 psRs mercoimiise i suss ,xgnew, t es etlects.
I rem San rarveisco per Ma Iras Sept 13- Hoard of
,Mjiiu.ip.i,, , t, ii,v"s 1 nimns isv ea, toesury goons
nndtlothing llollister it else lotaeeo , M xlc nrr
hey, 4a sis spuds, so stk onsons, sraeirltc; Sreso
Jitch, Gray, & Co., s; sis apples, 50 sks wtatoes, so
. onions, s isises pears veaien x Co., spkgsto
IsteeO t I r XX'ttlsrhnnu, ra hV, m.nr nf n,l
llallASim, 7 es hardware, lxi.ej.iy ft Co., 10K lis
whlslj, so rases whiskey, I. 1 Adsms, too loses
apitles , llrewer ; Co, li.ibls salmon , Order1 It pkgs
Jrtimon, icra, -4 sks llonr. 10 pkgs clothing; Chit
firms, 714 pigs China mcichandtse
4)9o9 pigs sundries In transit, ami ttl; Ions coal
For San Francisro, per JVillndla, Set 93 1600
jvlgs sugar, ii6,o,tbs 1 140 pigs riCe, I4,isi , 17
v. in Rsm , no, m:ns iwsnsnss , f lj,syai 91
tor Sin rrinrlsm. tier Clans stnreeL.U. Sent ail,
7Sn Isjs rler ;s,molM 9,484 hgs sugar, 978,73 ,
tor "san Fnmlteo, per taiUirlcn, Se I 97th e toi
ugs ,ine, 9to,onuiiis, fit tigs sugar 5jt,eiOollis
longhand growfii and ndverttse. .CannMrr
" I tulchinsnn's vvashetl sugir," agtin In slocU
at Ilcnr) Mil) S. Co's."
There will lie a gnnil clmrnncc s-ile nt
rishel's, licginnlng nesl Month).
I'rincess Louise, It is s-iiil, will scntl some
of her piintings to the IIoston art cxhilntion
'I here was n joting hilj In Worcester
ho sciml Iiy the crow of nrorccstcr,
Tint her mother crictl, " lMnmh
" I'm surpiscil nl )iht nnutnli I
The) were loxcrs, hut on Ihcir way to the
theatre hail rpixrcllcil, anil timing the entire
evening he nctctl like a " petfeel hnile." He
fetring to it nflerwartls she rcunrkctl to n
fricml, " I ilitln't mini! his lieing nncix, hut I
wis so nfnlti people xvoiftil think vvc were
Here comes an aged sailor man
He stepielh one of three
And mrssmires stln' on either bin'
And xct herein not see
Hie color of eich commie's nose
1 ho' both are crimson as the rose
"Oh tell me, ancient faring min,
W hat is jour grievous need!"
"I want to find sir, if I can
And tint with proper speed
Palmer a. Thitcher's drug More, whar
Ihe best spectacles alwav s are "
'(.cncnl Grant used to tell a ston of an
annlcur blacksmith who stirtcil to mike a
"clevis " out of a piece of iron. Gnnt con
tinued tint the hlicksniith hininictctl avvav
till hciliscovcrcil he ilitln't know how to make
the instrument mmcil. He then s-iitl : "I'll
make T horseshoe." He filled. " Then I'll
nnkc a horseshoe mil." lie filled ngiin.
Then in his vvnth, plunging Ihe ml hot,
slnpelcss nnss of iron into the lihcksmith's
water bucket, he exclaimed : " I'll nnkc a
dim big fit of j on, an)hovv."
"I Ind rather he right thin be president,"
saitl a distinguished Amcricin. There is
nothing so important as the right choice of
public men. To choose wisel) needs a keen
nioril xision and lint is seldom attained with
out cgood t!) sight. To have good c (.sight one
ought to prcserxc one's eyes. And the best
way to do that is to call on WennereV Co , 92,
I'ort Street, and examine King's" celebrated
" H)c preserver," of which Messrs. Wcnncr is.
Co. arc the only authorized agents.
He was an uxorious husband, icsidcnt on
Nuinnu nvenuc. Ilcciusc he loved his home
and adorctl his wife, he delighted lo lioun
lifully supply the one and pleasant!) suprisc the
other. I he other till he-reached home about
4 p in., lining fcfl His place of business so
cirl) in onler lo be at hjs resilience before his
vv lies return. He wanted to suprisc her and
the wi) he did it, though simple enough, wis
ingenious: lie just spread out for her inspec
tion fourteen samples of ihe new and unique
sateens, just opened at J. T. Walcrhouse's No.
10 store on Tort street.
How doth the bus) little Iiy
Improve each shining hour!
Hy stealing Sweet things on ihe sly
And making housewives sour.
"I am going lo reined) tint," said Mr.
Samuel Nott. "How so?" asked Mr. Iiureii
Thurston, nttornc) at hvv, whose forte is cross
questioning. "Hy importing into this market
five thousand lly trips of a new and improved
pattern. The first consignment will arrive
shorll)." Those who xv ish to see how this ar
ticle works ought to xisit the lleaxer CofTec
The American Register, printed in Wash
ington, District of Columbia, says; "The
diwn of .1 new en in our political hisloi) Is
not fir distant, il present indications be nut
deceptive." That is nil sery it el I s but whit
the Ilnnolulan public rcilly wants to 4novt is
something of the "divvn" tight here. In the
mean while the. reformers arc either whistling
lo keep their courage up, or arc iniesling in
some of the iiuinbeilcss kinds of musical in
sltuments and music which I.) can & Johnson
keep in practically Incxhiuslilih; stock. l'. cry
thing musical from a Jew sharp toa government
organ is obtained of lliosc enterprising trades.,
" Do )ou know in what month of the )car
my wife talks the least?" " Well, I sup
pose when she catches cold and loses her
xoicc." "Not at all. Itis in Kcliruarj."
"Why Is that?" "Because Tebruiry has
Ihe fewest da) a," It was a icr) good joke,
he thought, and he was laughing at 11 tin-
jnodcratcly. Just then he caught lilt wife's
c)c and.knew she had overheard ciciyword.
"M) dear," he said, " let us diclirc lliat little
transaction ofl. I know )ou hate long
wanted an automatic sewing machine. For
gitc" me just this once, nnd we'll go down to
Castle and Cooke's and pick one out this very
afternoon." They went.
An American x siting London some )cars
ago was greatly surprised hy the numUr of
tradesmen who catered to the needs of "Her
Majesty," There were Jioot makers, and bon
net inakcis and makers of cuiy thing under
the sun that was usable, 1 here teem lo lie no
csjiccial trade catirclt to "Ills Majcsl) " on
these islands except to King Cane. It hat
been to the agricultural dciuilmeiil of King
Cane that .Messrs. 1'. O. Mall & Co, hatcpald
most painstaking attention, Thill "Hall's
breaker" in four sizes and the familiar and
faroiilc "Hall plo " hare made the linn name
A household word all oxer Ihe kingdom,
Kcv. Samuel lUrnshaw, of Sheffield, 1 jig
land, says that he was once man) ing a couple,
when tie sadl to the man 1 " Say after me 1
'With my My I ihec worship." The wan
innocently asked, "Must I kneel down lo
her ?" The pastor wh had known the bride
from her youth replied that it was not esseav
tlal to Imsv down to her but it was
to keep her in good humor, ami that tbcie
was no way so sure as lo keep tei supplied
with 1 lunik) A; I'almer's biscuits, of which
slu waa. eilremcly forul. SIns Henry May
&. Co, Isatu taken to kjjBf hss favorite
fancy crackers in slock, the demand for lsi
has tjissstly ittcrcawd autoftg HontduUii Ihhss-
vsivn. These biscuits are nuile into "rati&M,"
"iteiccariai," ami "ctackritJt." TUesaiuc
gtocsH ksrir) Ui Miel.ftuie's Albsirt Uscuit.
I tl mot s 1 ict.
If the "bill," or cushion like sutfice of the
top joint of the llnimb lie criminal, it tan lie
seen that in the center as, Indeed, in the fin
gers also is n kind of spiral formed of fine
grooves in the sktn The spiral is, however,
rarel), If ever quite iwrfect there are trre
gul.iritics, or phecs where lines ruirinto each
other here nnd there. Examining both
thumbs, it will be seen lhat Ihey tlo not ex
nctl) mitch ( but the figure on rich thumb is
the same through life. If the thumbs on an)
two persons arc compared, it will further lie
found tint no two ate alike. There mt) be,
and gencrilly Is, a "fimily resemblance" be
tween members of the same family, as In other
features; there arc also nxtional cliiractciistlcs;
but the Indiiiiluils differ. All this is belter
seen by liking "proof Impressions" of Ihe
thumb. This is cosily done b) pressing jl on
a slib corned with a film of printer's Ink, and
then pressing it on n piece of white papcrl or a
htlle aniline d)e, Indil Ink almost anything
nny lie used. The Chinese like advtnlage
of alMliis lo identify their Important crlmitnls,
at least In some pirts of the empire. We
photograph their fiees s the) take impressions
from their thumbs.
A cllircn of Ihe United Slates of the mme
of Cope Ins lieen hilled as the first genuine
Amcricin torsi, became the Pope at Home has
undo liiin a nnrquis. lie Is nt least second
nn the list) for some throe )ears ago a wealthy
Cahfornlin mined Murphy was similnly lion
orcd by his holiness. Doth the Marquis Cope
and the Mirquls- Murph) hue given luge
Sums of monc) to the Komin Catholic Church.
I Ric Inthisrit), September watts. Inl, only nm of
l.ce km, aged 8 yeinl and 4 months. Sm I ranciscsa
eiiers, r icisc copj
OITice of Superintendent ol Water Works,
Hiinolllu, July 3, t8a
All persons hating V, er Privileges nre nclificil that
their Warra Karts are val le lenu-.inmullj, In ml
vnnce, ftt the office of the Suerintendent of Water
XX'orks, foot of Nuleinuu Street, lljion the 1st diy of
Janiur) and July of each) car C II WILSON,
its if Superintendent Water Works.
A Successful House I A Successful I louse I A sink
ing Instance of success In n Uetall Hrj Goods' ri) is
nflbnld b the leading Mitinrry House of Charles J
I ishel, corner I orl and Hotel streets. Ilie IVoi rleror
Mr. 1 ishel Ins acquired thonrl of holding custom Anv
l)r) Goods House c-in, b) freel) advertising, draw cus
tomrrs, enwer tuice; 1ml lo hold them, asd enjoy their
confidence, calls for the exercise of tact and lihcrahl).
Goods must be milked down and sold fir what the)
are. never misrrircsent nn article. I hat Is the polic)
of Charles J Itslicl, nnd lint policy bis mvle the firm
one of the greilrst in us line, on ihe leading ihurougii
fare of Honolulu. Ilie tending Millinery Store of
Charles J I ischcl, is to Honolulu svliat Mac) s Is lo
N'ew X oil. Chides J, I- ishil miles n s(iecla't) of Mil
hnery gJT I he store is one of the sights of tho cllv
Ladies nnd Gentlemen visiting Sin I ranclseo will
find icr) desirable rurnishcil Uooms I 11 Suit and Sin
gle nl No. 137 .Montgomery St , Corner Hush Mrs.
T. Honev. fonnerlv of Honolulu
TJ W. SEVERANCU,
116 CAiiroHNix St , Cai-, (Itooii No. 4 )
"i.ty.ir.i.v cti.Mitn. .1 kvhujssio.v
,1i leiirn, 7
ARNDEN & Co
817 SANsosir St., Nuar Cai ivoiinia, S I".
(ir.siutM, v mien. IS 1. sn aii:isam
tiniliifivafiiii MrtrlmalH. 1
pitANK II. AUSTIN & Co
OrriCK No 90 Calipounia STarrr, S. I'.,
toi.wisvov a a i:1.1 .1 ioiiwaud-
Consignments from the llaaiein M.iihIs desirnl
Ibe licst wlces warrinlcd and sales guiranlerd 4
ICI. I-XN1I Al WA1KI II,
Ibl.VNll 01 OAIIU.
II) virtue of an order cf sale granted b) the Hon.
IlenJ II. Austin, Justice of the Siiiicme Court, weare
Instructed by John Coullwrn, Gtiirdun of the inlnvr
children of Maniiu .Manuel, deceased, to offer at 1'ul lie
Auction on .
HA TVIllht Y, llir till, ifnr ofOclubrr, IHHII,
at 19 noon, at our sales mom, Queen Strict, all
that certain piece or rs;l of land situated at Waikele
F.wa, bland of Oihu, and known as (Kaohai) laving
an area of acres more or lest, said land Is subject to
a lease to Makue(k)of fifteen ) ears from April 1, 1874,
at tin rental of Forty HsJUrs r annum. IT said
lira! cmsisls of
taiio on man i'ai antes,
And has a beautiful eocoanul grove on It all beating
fiuil, Iba sail Ian I will be Hanoi bi ut.ler U ihe uaiil
al llioupiel lu'.co of Jim, ami the sale i. sublet luthe
taitifirnv.ilioii of lh Court,
Transfer deeds at the tsperiMi of Ihe Purcliascr.
LYONS LI'.VKV, Ancnoneets.
JOTOIICK TO STIOCK IIOLDr.Kix,
Th annual rncstlag ut lU Priwclllo l-lanlailou
Coinpany will U hIJ al the offle. vl U Crewsr k Co.
on Tuesday, October 16, iMj.
4' I' C JONbh,Jr,Ai,sni.
Nt.WKST ST'liis AKriVIH,' TVI'irANI)
SlilksnctS ijr Ws.UinL-s. Jw L.lt 1UU, ls.
Itrsuuinea, llriu.n.oei.te, elc,, elc, oaivluuly briui
'scs4sd and i,ilina SHflers fof w prussuly at.
sscsuej, at the orfk. of lliis ,,, Nu. t' Kaaluiuans
JvJ 0T C E I
Notice rs hereby givciiloaJIpstsoiis lVstaia, usesit
tag hUus HcMoiirfsi, aitiM jrJ slay of AaawM, tS4j,
atkt uAuilUwt it) li, Mod, of tH WA K.AI'11 J.U.
(iAK COUI'AN V, b was votctl to kceec a csWlrr U
lauevtsaaiii wauud i ilea, at.d tScir tasaLu, aul
siiOswa'SU'slsrb4csa"irati rssisve aM etjl list
nsiurii misr sHsuiy vvi uw tan owr ea JKiy,
tsrHa OfstSnUol llself iual cls4i. Isx f.ji,wki
ossVces of Ibe Csssvkusuv t
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InsvspMf , ,. limy M vfc-Mtlt
hwi.tuv ssurl Audtsur (mIm kSSss
VijL-sl Id SUtSL asisuuas at.. Is ...j..,a a. mt. - t
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1N , JOHX V0-BIS8, iittMisry
In aeetirdsnee siuh Inttniel Ions from Messrs. F T
l.t.Nt!lN an.1 100 NOMK, Assignees of tha
J sttte of LV I. CHAT, HanVrupl, I will sell at Public
Auction, al if ocloeV M ,
WEDNESDAY, October 3rd,
The following rU0PFRiTr"i beUglng lo the said
V state, vl A full and undivided
Including ihe UNfAI'IKKII I.FAbll of the said
premises for years, at a rental of (( wr month, and
merchandise valnetl at $so
rUltNirURI HXltfRI'Jt, CROCK! RV, ec.,
h ier Inventor) liken by Kongleen on the tsi ilayor
ONF. C0FFF.F. SMOON,
valued at $lsncs
ONF. TW0S10RV llUILDINll,
iisesl as n ore ottse, vane at $1000.
ONF. ONF.SIORV IIUII HIND,
Stable ami Hour House, valued at $1 i
TV, FIAT. CORDS of CUF URI.HOOI)
Also, osunrni shari. in th
Also, TWO IIIAHrS In Ihe
CHANG CHUCK CO., Cane I'hnlcrs,
nt Hakitiu, Hilo, Hawaii, enmtistng h following
I'ROI'I RIVand HMCIS, vlr
ta Acres Cane
g Native Horses
9 Vis Harness
3 Plows and 3 Cultivators
30 Cane Knives, and
Inlerrst In Contract of $3 shipid Chinamen and
Nitives j ami the Interest of the said TWO SIIARTS
In Ihe 1 rofit ) el un hvided, an 1 to arise, from the crop
The nbova Company consists of 1 5 Shires. All sugar
Is ground on leilf shares by Ihe Halalau Mill Com
Also, ONFQUARIT.R SHARF. In the
1'AI.AMA DAIRY and CATTI.i: RANCH,
consisting In the following protierl), vlf I
Ilie tineiilred LtlASFS in PAI.XMA RANCH,
hiving a halincc to mn of 7)ears, 8 )ears, atnl a)
jears. lotal )early rmtil $r,3ocs,
I five-roomed HtAMb HOUSLnt Kalahl, Oalm
t three hsnncsl frame House al Kaliki, near llr
7 Milk Cans an I Mrisures
4 Gilvinied Ititckcls
I Set Harness
t Milk Wagon
t&i Steers m
a 46 Cows
(Being In all 590, more or less )
If if 1- sill (eirtieuhrs will be given at time of sale, ami
for further LH1icul its nmJy to Messrs. F. T. 1.1.NL
IIAN CO , or I 00 NGAWK.
it 11 I- F, ADAMS, Auctioneer,
ULES, MULES, MULES.
ON M O N D A V, O C r O II 1. R 1,
at la o'clock noon
at sai kahoom
."I .Villi rv III nl Mttlr
Well broken lo saddle, sound and fast
iiirr 6'nlliif 11 In CmriHyr llnrne.
161 rt T P. ADAMS, Auciioner
OTICE Hie ASSIGN1 F. SAI.F. of Ihe
iciAii .riit ,,i,i
,.,, VI t,l. S.,1,1,
(I rroiieoiislyidvrrllsrd for UCIOIII.R 4lli)
win take 1 lice on
Wednosdriy, Ootolier Ilrd,
. at 1 a o'eks-k. Ihmiii, at Salesroom.
!" i: I1. ADAMS, Auctioneer
I I ASF. Ol PADDOCK NrAR I'UNAHOU
tihi s.iTvnutr, ocroiir.n von,, ihh.i,
A l r OCIOCK NOON,
Al IIV SALESROOM
I will olTcr A l.e.is fc live )eara
Of It) unit Hi-Willi, Arm of In ml
tving between the Oahu College rcmtse and ilia
hud of Mr. Marques.
the lind Is suitable for Pasture, Is enclosed by stone
wall and wire fence, ami is well grown with Algeruba
iS'Mt K. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
r IMPORTANT SALE.
ANORDIR 01 till. HON. A F. JUDD,
Cluef Jusljicof the Sii(rtu Couit, dted
April ao, 1S83, aulboiiiiug the
I tte of Certain Prturshlp Aorsamstta,
In wbieh Ktr. lalward Fursteriau Is tiitcrestcd,
I AH INSTVCCirtl in
SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
Sssturdtxy, Outotjar VOtls
AT II letOCK M , AT S4LSSWM,
Tha Claim of the I'lrm of II, Hackfeld tC
II. Turlon, Esif. of LabsUa, UsuL ,
Now ansooiaing to
F-r tlftUsttOtt. ,
Tin; ACCOUNT XV 11.1, WK MUD
At slanduMJ UT lU ,Uy at s-da, tb- it, Cklolav su,
AH .luiusstta s iKigia, , tit,.
sti hi issa sense -'" kau im uui s.
ls iWiisst ssf
II IIAVKrfcl.D IV, Hwsntii.
laasis Cams. 9
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