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Publication office li al t8 Merchant street ; lid.
tnrlal rooms At 100 Pott trret.
Siibcrfl)rs aut Advertisers wilt please .ddress,
TH05. G. THRUM, Publisher and Proprietor.
All mattr for the Saturday Press should be
ddted lo the "STURI3AV PRHSS."
Notl ol any events of Lite-rest transpiring mi
lite other M vrds will alwaya ! thankfully reetlr.il
frir publlcse ,m Correspoudr-itta are rrTue-std to
append the - true name to all communications,
not for pnVitfutlan necessarily, but a a iruf ntcc
tint the writer li nctlnc In Kood faltli.
MARCO la. i?S
Doctor Whitney is rwm-eriii from liia
Kcr, C. M. I lytic will prmtli At the lk'llicl
I 'i mnffrtsjr iiiflrrtlmj.
Much nitc:res)linjr anil mme itniiiirtatil irMllcr
i- tinavnlilaltly hid riser.
Tn exit inatiROe v,itli decency and composure
is tlir finil lriiim)h nf cltlll.ition.
Mr. Crurnn's inorninp; sermon Sunday will
he on Invisible Kood, and tlic evening theme
will lie What First?
Tlic Hawaiian Carringc Manuftctury has
uliUinal n contract for liuldin; twelve mule
cms at $109 each.
Thrnunh the courtesy of the Advertiser, the
niMrtss recently given liy Uev. Mr. Smith
Appears: on the fourth page.
In continuation of tlie scries of topical suo
ptcruciils, begun last sveek, the Mormon Qncs
lion will lie treated at length.
'I lie protest of properly owners against the
clminp of Union sheet had not been acted on,
up lo (lie hour of willing estenlay.
" M mgo Sherbet " is said to be a delicious
and refreshing warm weather drink. Who
knows how to make it, please ?
Several "ipcci.il ads," "shipping ads" and
olher advertisements arc crowded out of their
proper placet 011 the second pigc and appear
on the third.
The late V, C. Jones was Uirn in 1826 not
in 1850, and came here in 186G, not 1856,
Ilicsc facts were incorrectly Mated by the
I'rcss last week".
The store of Mr. Micliicls, on the corner of
Al.ikca and King streets, was robbed last
Thursday nighl. It is retried that $1,100 of
jew dry was stolen.
There will be a garden patty on the grounds
of the Herman Club this afternoon, In which
the friends of Ocrminy nre invited. In the
evening there will be a ball.
A merry-go-round is located at the corner of
Alakea and Queen streets. It would lie a
merry go to sea (he cabinet and the various
newspaper writers all in the saddles al nnrc.
Some twenty-live lloston tourists are ex
pected by (he Alimedi lo-ilay. Arringcments
lnse already been nindc whereby they will
"do" the volcano with " nettness and ilisj
Kamchiineha III. and Saint Patrick, two
gentlemen born on the same day of different
yeirs, hid birthdiys last Monday, the fact,
however, awakening very little enthusiasm in
Iist Sunday night the Nuuami stream rose
to the let el tif the second bridge. Mr. I'riel,
who lives miuka the residence of Judge
Austin, lost two head of cattle, and the native
who lives below Captain Ilobron's lost a
The inonthl meeting o( the V. M. C. A.
was held lastiThursday evening. At the next
meeting, to beheld on the evening of Thurs
day the 171I1 proximo, will be held the election
of officers. Reports of the retiring officers will
then be read, and other important business
The half-holiday movement has not yet
taken definite shape. Many merchants, while
expressing sympithy with the idea, and prom
ising to co-operate if they can do so after duly
considering their own interests, think that
Wednesday is a better day than Saturday from
which to take an afternoon.
At a meeting held in the gjmnasium last
Tuesday evening Messrs. 1. Drown, C. II.
Wilson, W, M. (.iflinil, and William Aldrich
were appointed a committee to consider a con
stitution and by-laws for the proposed Hon
olulu Yacht and 1lo.1t Club j and to report
next Tuesday evening at the same place
The pupils of Kawaiahao seminary being
very anxious to secure additional buildings,
propose giving an entertainment in aid of the
building fund, consisting of singing, recita
tions and gymimtici by the little children, on
the evening of Friday, April I Ith, at hilf-past
7 o'clock, in the Kawalahio church. Tickets
will be 50 cents, children half price,
The little pamphlet called "A Tiip to Ha
waii," is a racy description o( a vopge from
San Francisco to Honolulu, scencsln and
about the capital; and a brief account of the
lolcano trip. It is an illustrated souvenir of a
holiday in Hawaii, plumb full of poetry and
pictures, and it ought to arrive by the Ala
meda, to-diy; certainly not later than by Ihe
The Standard of Mackay, Queensland, for
Krbiiiaty 15II1, had a three-column article on
the ramie topic. Although this article con
tained nothing of importance in addition to
that already printed in Honolulu papers, it is
.in encouraging evidence that the topic is one
of continuum and growing interest, Mr, C.
C. Coleman has during the, week, prepared a
a stalk of (hrce-nionths ramie by the macera
tion process (identical with his machine pro
.cess) showing 34 inches of beautiful fibre which
has gone to thefuuseum.
l-asi Monday's public entertainment by the
members of Algerolia I.odge I. O. Ci, T,, was
sme of the best-attended and pleasantcst vcr
sjlven by them. A long literary and musical
lirogrammc consisting of nearly (weiily-four
numbers was faithfully, funnily and finely car
lied through, culminating in an original
charade of which Hands Lick was the author)
and crowned hy a feast of amhiosia and a (loss
of nectar. The occasion was, in effect, a good
bye teMiinoni.il lo Mr. J. II. Hare who lias
most efficiently acted as secretary of (he lodge,
since Its orgnoiiilion in August, iSSl. Mr,
Hare goes to Onomea Plantation, Hawaii, to
The band will not play at Kmnu Square
this afternoon, but will give a conceit at the
German' Club this Saturday afternoon, coin
inencing at 3 o'clock. Following is Ihe pro
gi amine 1
March Emptor William . ..... . .llerg.r
Ovulvitt rmbal ....Path
Stectto.-i-SiradelU ,,.. ,. ..Hotow
Polka Una Edit..... ....... . ....Keuoiau
7uAdtul-Bcgjar Student Milticl.tr
.. . iuit-ic
Outlet Huiuwrun't Frtlt..,
ViJt-s-Laur4..( , ,, ,,, ,,
Mn.h 'innhuwr . . . ...
layuiUfi fh Kmir, Kt.Uw tiU-Uuii
TW VVbicU ou it RUliM. lU.ul IVmol
The .4i..i will not play on Month) evening
at Di.uu Square, but will j.liy ihcic m Tues
Tlir Otlirr ltlmi.lt.
' last ailvirt s,tli ueith'-rv f f li t. w.i )
srj dry, ami planters were all longing 10
e the rain rwme ifrmn plentifully.
Mr, Hall, Inn At l'.inkaa, Hawaii, who had
Imli of hl feet amiutaterl, necessitated hy an
acHilem wherrbj Mh feet were mangled In
Ihe machinery iif the mill, vtba dnlmj well at
The new bridge al Papulkmi, Hawaii, broHc
down on the morning of the 8th Inatitnt. The
head carpenter, Mr. iraham, wa on lire bridge
at the lime, fortunately ewaplng with some
severe hrnlaes. The damage tuny lie readily
rqmired--k Is belies ed,
A correspondent o( the flaretje y: s " The
wharf nt llllo has been Impffttetl by linving
the platform or landing of the stairs extended
to (he shore, thereby allowing pwwcnjprs to
walk ashore from Ihe boat landing without
lieing obliged lo climb over Ihe boxes and
bundles on the wharf."
The funeral of the late John llifdy, which
look place at ltonoka.1 on Sunday, the 9th
Instant, was attended by .1 large number of
friends. It was said to lie the largest funeral
procession ever witnessed at Honokaa. Ihe
deceased w.i the only son of Mr. and Mrs.
(ieo. Hardy, by whom he was dearly beloved ;
he was born in Waimea, Hawaii, July loth,
1853, and died al Honokna, March 7th, tSSj.
On the night of Saturday the 15th instant,
there was experienced at Kapaa, Knitai, one of
the most violent thunder storms known in that
region fur many years. The rain poured down
nearly all night and in the morning the renister
showed that three inches had fallen. A little
aflcr midnight the thunder and lightning were
incessant and the noise was appalling. Hie
climax occurred just after one o'clock when Ihe
telephone line was struck by lightning near
the native church, and the poles for a dhtancc
of aliout two miles were shivered into kindling
wood. A spectator who happened to wilmss
the fill of the Ixilt, dccrilies it as a grand dis
play of pyrotechnic. The declric fluid fell
in the form of an incandescent globe of light,
which instantl) burst, on striking the wire,
into a huge scintilhting shower of sparks.
The shock was so severe as to break the glass
in the windows of some of (he ncighlmring
houses, and the inhabitants, nearly frightened
out of their wits, hurriedly said their prajers.
7ir limt'ittliin llntrl Trntutfei;
Arrangements arc about completed for the
transfer of the lease of the Hawaiian hotel, on
the sune terms as the ens eminent lease. The
transfer is to Messrs. G. W. MacfarlancA: Co.,
by Dr. J. II. McGrew, its present lessee. It
has not been generally known, but negotia
tions for this transfer have been pending for
the past six months. The community will
undoubtedly welcome the announcement as a
strictly business management, by a firm having
opportunities lo import such goods as are con
sumed in the hotel, instead of having to buy
them here in snnll quantities, insures such
economy in certain dircctioas as makes needed
expenditures possible in other directions. This
is all that seems necessary to make the Ha
waiian hotel one of the deservedly notable
hotels of the world. It is not lo be forgotten
that the Honolulu market is a limited one,
which renders it extremely difficult fora Hono
lulu caterer to provide such a table as may
meet the requirements of an exacting travelling
public and censorious "regular boarders."
There are of course chronic " growlers" at
every table. The Hawaiian hotel has had its
share. Much of this growling has been pro
voked hy the lack of market. This lack will
be remedied so soon as time and experiment
nnkc it possible. The high reputation the
hotel has enjojed under Or. McGrcw man
agement, for admirable cleanliness and erfect
order, will be undoubtedly maintained by the
new management. A first-class stair will he
employed it being understood thai genial
George Fasselt will remain "on deck," and
no pains wil be spared to make the hotel pay
in the onlp wap sound business principles sug
gest by making it "first class," "all along
the line." Up to the time of this writing the
transfer had not Iwen fully consummated.
The llritish steamship Australia from San
Francisco, miy be looked for this evening,
Tlic llritish bark Helena is discharcini? an
assorted caigo of Chinese goods at llrevver it
The German bark C. K. Uishop was sold
recently in Bremen, to II. II, I'fluger and
The American steamship Alameda will be
due from San Francisco this morning al 10:30
A.M., look-out for the whistle.
The Hawaiian hark Kale is at the Pacific
Mail Steamship Compinv's. wharf, loading for
San Francisco, to sail in a few days.
The American whale bail. Mars, Captain
Allen, arrived in port last Wednesday, with
1S0 barrels nf sperm oil. She will sail next
week for the Arctic.
The American barkentine Wiffiam G. Irwin
is at the Ksplann.de, opposite (he custom house,
discharging a miscellaneous cargo from San
Francisco, She will return to the Coasi with
The American barkentine Amelia aitived.
last Sunday from Port Illakely, with a cargo of
lumber width she is discharging at Allen &
Robinson's wharf. She salis on Wednesday
next for Porl Townsensl.and Puget Sound.
Mr. II. Macy, late first office? of the Julia,
arrived last Sunday In the Zelandia, .Mr.
Macy was taken ill at Havannah Haibor, Is
land 6f Sandwich, one of the New Hebrides.
He left the Julia at that port on Dccemlier
16th. He remained in that port one week,
and on recovering took charge of the schooner
larnstluc, running to New Caledonia In
the poil of Noumea, of that island, he was
obliged to enter the hospital, was ill there
neatly a month and then went tp Svdncy by
steamrr, thence hcte. TheJulialcA Havannah,
December lyth, en route for this unt, via line
islands, where they expected lo recruit labor
ers The Julia may be ejpected here about
the end of Ihe mouth. Captain Tripp, Mr.
Clark and Mile Smith have all been troubled
with imlari.il fever at different timet during
At noun )cicn...)', t.evtul gentlemen met in
the ntoms or the chamber of commerce to or
taniie "The Mat-iieU Men' 1U JUI1 Club
of Honolulu, A clear, amciicandailmirAblv
coniprchcnUe constitution wan adopted, by
thetcinuo! which the acihc and honorary
membcrthin U limited to fifty married men.
The affair of the club arc to be maiugul by a
board of officer counting of a nrvnidcnt, tec
rUary and treasurer, and three director to
serve one )ear with full power to nuV.e
and accept challenges, kekct nines and control
the expenditures of th club. It was decided
to meet for the present at4oclucW on Wednes
day afternoon. Mr, Hrucc Cartwricht wa
elected president, Mr. J. M. Oat, Jr.(6ccieiary
and trcaurcr Messi. U K. Uendiy, 1,
McFaihnc and T C porter, director.
John Queen, a will-known character actor,
died In New York, on the yih ultimo, aged 41.
M. Ilnlthnr't Hull.
In im fdl of 1874 (hire aiH.-.ir' d In thi
(inkli-n I.ra, of "san Francisco, a pleasing en
gmtfnfc of a aehnnl Irulldinjt jnt erected, ami
ah aeeompanyfttg article on The Home, The
Seltml, and The rhurch, as foundation Wti
tMtioTH) in Christian society and government.
The artjcle vv, in fact, n prospectus of a
(raining aehtml which an enthusiast on the
atlldect win endeavoring to establish in a
snbmlMn town near San Francisco. It read
well. It urged strongly the importance for
tile education of youth, nf Ixnrding ebools
that ahould lie not only intrllcrtti.nl gvmnndi,
but that hou!d give equal attention, al least,
to the education of the moral and spiritual
families, and that, for this purpose, a home
slmnld be provided for youth in connection
with the school, superintended by conscienti
ous anil loving hearts, and n chacl, under the
charge of a clergvinan of culture and exiieri
ence, who should lie the chaplain of the
school, and reapnnsihlc for Ihe moral training
of the scholars.
"The idea was well advocated and the
theory plausible ; its practicability, amid the
many npioshig difficulties on this coast, was
the only drawbick (o it, as one felt after the
perusal. Hut time has pasted, and what was
then in a measure a theory has now become a
reality, 'those who saw the small beginnings
of St. Matthew's Hall, San Mateo, (the in
stitution referred to), and have watched its
growth and development, and seen lis practical
results, must agree with us, that the heart, the
head, and the soul, have there been so con
sidered and provided for in the training of
youth as lo justify the claim of its founder that
mi only can the highest results be attained in
preparing soung men for practical work in life.
"Since this institution began its quid work,
sixteen car ago, many pupils have gone
from its fostering care to business, in (lie
varied walks of life, and few schools can point
with more satisfaction lo the stable and honor
able character of its graduates, proving hy
results that such an education is practicable
and effective. They have liorne such good
testimony lo its training, with affectionate
recollections of their rr mater, that a steady
llovv of applicants for the same training,
through their example and Eminence, has been
for some time the result, making it now diffi
cult to obtain entrance to the school without
So wrote (in 1SS0) one who was at once" a
friend of the present writer and of the school
lie wrote about. To the truth of what he then
wrolc the writer bears willing witness. He
was for two years under the tuition of Kcv.
Alfred I.ec Ilrewcr, a member of the first class
It has been his toss that those two years
might not be supplemented by others like
them, under the same methods of tuition and
the same homelike roof. lie has seen Ihe
school grow from a beginning of six pupils in
1866 lo over one hundred nnd twenty in 1883,
llcginning with a single teacher, it has now
fourteen instructors, lleginning in a single
room, it now occupies five buildings.
Perhaps tlic surroundings of St. Matthew's
Hall have had something to do with its
success. Uev. Alexander Mackintosh who
was there last summer knows how lovely a
place Ihe vicinage of San Mateo is. The
town proper has much of the hard unloveliness
of most towns. It has its bar-rooms and its
Chinese wash-houses, its shanlics anil its un
kempt building lots. Hut due west of the
town the westernmost wall of Ihe Coast Kangt
begins to climb skyward to its forested turrets,
and due cast the broad bay of Saint Francis
shimmers under the burnished sky of late
spring and summer and early autumn, and
takes on a deeper beryl under Ihe clouds of
tne rain-months. Due east, the mighty crest
of Monte Diablo, the most conspicuous land
mark in all California, rises above the dimpled
shoulders of the Alameda Hills. The lad who
spends his schooldays and early manhood in
San Mateo ought to grow up a poet.
The last catalogue of the school to which
the writer has had access gives the name of
only one island pupil Master Thomas Spencer,
Hilo, Hawaii. If pupils are to be sent away
from these islands, their parents or guardians
owe it to them to make careful inquiry, and
in that inquiry Ihe claims of St. Matthew's
Hall, San Mateo, ought not'to be ignored.
Iterant Xotnhtv HvntttJ.
Cardinal llassown, a patriarch of Cileci.i. Is
Admiral Carr Glynn, who was legatee to the
estate of Adelaide Neilson, is dead.
Mrs. Mary Brown, widow of John Urown of
famous memory, died in San PrancUco last
W, H. Hunt, United States Minister to
Russia, died in St, Peterdmrfih on the 27th
Dr. Thotnas C. Kendrick, a well-known
insurance adjuster, died in New Vork on the
I ith ultimo.
Salmi Mor;e, who wrote the Passion
Play" performed in San Trancicn a few years
ni;o, is dead.
l-'PrcideM Simeon North, of Hamilton
college, died in Clinton, New Vork, on the
9th ultimo, aged St.
Capt. Henry King, a well-known sea cap
tain, died in Camden, New Jersey, on the
15th ultimo, aged 94.
Ned Hampton, colored, who was once the
slae of the grandfather of Senator Wade
Hampton, died recently near Jntapa, South
Carolina, aged III.
Uev. Joseph M. Ogden. I). I)., for fifty
cnrs pallor of the Presbyterian church in
Chatham, New Jersey, died n that place on
the 13th ultimo, aged So.
Uev. Washington Uooseudt, for fifty-one
)ars a minister of the Dutch Reformed
Church, at I'clliam, New Vork, died in that
city on the nth ultimo,
Uicbard O. Uadway, compounder of u Kad
way' Heady Relief,' a well-known chcmUt,
and meml-cr of the New Vork Produce Ex
change, died on the 14th ultimo, aged 55,
John Mutton Palfour, I K. S., professor of
botanf In the University of Edinburgh, and
author of $ccral valuable book, died in
IMinburgh, Scotland, on the 12th ultimo.
Ralph W. llooth, formerly a leading hard
wate merchant of Cincinnati and latterly Presi
dent of the Consolidated Print Jar Company
in New Vork, died In the Utter place on the
Samuel Dotiaghy, once a Democratic kjIuI
cun of Pennsylvania, died in the insane aslum
at Western, on the sitt ultimo, aged ha. He
waawarm friend cf Martin Van Ruren and
Col. Heukiah Watkins, of New Vork city,
recently appointed by President Arthur as one
of the commissioners to Inspect a section of
the Northern Pacific Railroad, died at St.
Clair Spring, Michigan, on the 12th ultimo.
Andrew U. heckler, formerly actively en
giged in the fur trade who spent many years in
the we$l, Identified In commercial operations
with Kit Cafkon, who was a particular per
soiat friend, died tu New Vurk, last month.
M.lr. Il I1(
"Itqsinens hi genirit ha timed smee lil wntma,
ami tha dullness notlceuMi as ixi-tlnt during tt txt
wn rtonths, has ritsAppsssrrd, imde In all llws pn.
KMfflf a more arrive ApfArantf, with fowl pnnrwls
of thr artlvtty coming 10 May.
It Is trident that nnr eonlumporsHts ait tired of the
mowotofiy oTreporllnf the 'cthrjric Mate of irjde ttwn
k to vretk, hancc the apptnrince of tin boein the
jtrtnl Ororlle of lids lc II was only lal wmIc that
w had occasion to question tlw object of our Saturday
rontunporary hi mftVfn-a similar misAtaremtnt. The
Appwirante of InV ahove ipiotsllon, at a time hen a
dearth of taistocss revolts, inen,iutltd, (as lli re
llllrs sav) by the quAnnniorfKtlint ofthrie J ears Ago,
mVes h evident that Ihe comnleivtAl writer of lh
Osteite does not Applet-late tlw difference between
sense and nomeinc We hAve the Information that few
ciiabtlshmems doing business in this city find trade
enough to imel expenses lbe past fern weeks, trade
is cntlrel) overdone, and for the little demand of com
modities lliere nre numerous establishments catering to
(lie foretjjti arrixals for the week embrace the 7ea
UndiA from the colonies, the Ameua from Port lllakety
with lumber, Wm II. Irwin nml Dtaivety from San
I rmiciteo whh assotted cwrjroes ; whalesbips Mars and
1 turner, an.) the Helen from IfonckonR with China
Among tie deinrturc Ihe Maripoan look a largo
valued it $9tg,or7 jo, slier Zealand! 5tl,f4 and the
W. II. Dimoml $68,454 06, making the total exports
for the week $r9,e6s.90. The Mariposa look nwny
3,918,100 lbs tiiignr, a slight Increase on the h-l trip of
Mr. V. P. Adams will offer to-day a deirxble partel
of real elale at Kapiolant Park
The Alameda ufll be due this noon from San Fran
cisco, nnd the Auitralui probably, this evening
On Monday next Mer. t.vons !.evty will sell at
public auction a hlimlwr of thoroughbred bones of re
cent impoilaiinn hy II. J. Agnetv, Iis , and selected
by him al Gov .Stanford's Palo Alto ranth, California.
o fanciers of blooded slock this sole will offer A nre-
chance for an esrelttnt investment.
toe Honolulu block t'.schaiige held its regular
sesvion last Wednesday morning
WViluku Suar Co. .
Hav.nli.tfi Aricullitral Co,
VaItrunalo bugar Co.
Ilntiukiia ISucar Co.. .
( 1 rove Itanch Plantation Co..
Wauuiae Co .
Siar Mill Co
lla.L Maui Plantation Co.
I'aultaa SuRar Co.
Pala Plantation Co
Jlawmian Hell Telephone Co
C HrewertV Co.
Inter Ulawt Steatnhin Na.gitfon Co
K. O. Hall R.?on (Limited)
. .. f5
. $o 300
. 10 . .
. ... 45
. .. 10
. . .. tzo
C. . IO0 4tJ.
0 Percent. (oermnent lltiiitl .. .
Hawaiian Agricultural Co. UonJ. 7 p. c.
3 Shire K. O. Rati & Son, at $115.
From Maut and .Molokai, rer I.clitta, .March 14
I lei, J Kauuand wife, (iipt l!os, V K Clarke, A C
'liirtonl. Air Lincoln nnd child, M J McLean.
from Kauai, j-er lualaui, Marrh rj Paul Isenber,
F Faje, Ah !.ee, Ah Pana.
From Kahuiui, tier Klltuea IIou, March 15 Mt
Whitney, i: M Welch, wife and child. At Ilvman, F
GoUton, .Mr 'Irak and 7 children, Mr V P A
llrewer. child nnd servant.
From Maul nnd Hawaii, ner Kinati. March tc 1ft
okalani, Gov J O Domini and servant, Hon A For
namier, lion s i wuoer and will, lion J Koae,
Kalialehau, J J t)tcke and wife. Mi II Dickey,
Mis It Jordan, Mi I Shear, Ihoma Pedler,
Alcona. v J Wripht and wife, L Aseu nnd wife, Mrs
Jame Vootl, Mi M ltighe Mr I ern, Kolcl and
3 children. Mr W II Lumahet. Mrs Ihaac Dui-t and
a children. Poke. Capt A It Ha)Iey.Mi S Sheldon.
Mrs K Aca, Khoads and wile, Mn Haneilti, 1)
Kamaiopih, Ilrother Dertram.
From Hamaktia. per C I! Hihop, March 17 II
From Kauai and Waianae. ner lamci MaL.ee. March
aoG W C Jonc, J Winter and wife, Mr W I
Heely, A Gcwic, J L Kichard-ion, W IMaudell, .fr
Aiktnou, air muentine, unung t at, 1 t-iunee,
brum Australia, per ealandia, March 16 P K
Henry, F II Macy. G Kland, V Smith. G Wrictit,
Jasuung. Geo watRott, H Robott; J Alclod, Mr
tolin, 134 m
From Hongltong, iter City of Rio de Janeiro, March
11- 6ot Chinese.
From San rrancico, per Wm G Irwin, Mtrch io--Mr
Geo Hoag and dauchter, Chas G Hard), John
IVom China, per Helena, March 18 Alhee.
For Mololcai and Maui, jcr Lehua, March 18 Capt
Jackson, Mia Lack, Mi Ualdwiq , T N CUrLe, Mr
1 la j mot, i LAJuprelVtMr 1 rcetlu 1 lSv
lor windward port, per Kinau. March i3-J A
Temp'e. P Hutler, Rev Forbes, W V Hall. Kcv Gul
ktein, Mr Jawrem,e, t. M WaIh,J W Eisenheeth.
Mrs Woods, S Tlor, F Murpliy, W Wright, II
For Kahuiui, per Kilaca Hou, March 18 T G
Wall, KTWilbrr, I II 'IraiV and a children, O Tonus
Jeen, C Heln, J P Kaahanui.
For Hamatua, per C R Uishop, March 18 J S
Cotterell, KM BaiteU.
For Kauai and Waianae, per James MaVce, March
iMi Hinds, Air KruRer, J Winter and wile, Mtsi
Krunr.J Hrun, Judge KaVina, witeaml 3 children.
For Alani and Hawaii, per Plinter, March 14 J
Mon.irratt and wife, Miu Tnte, 3 MUac Ward, W h
McLeoU, airs Wl, hosier, .Mrs A Jaeger, All Lucy
Kawailcmi. A Mineat.
For Kauai and Nuhau, per Iwalani, March 17 Paul
icnix.rg, Aiuora peln.cr,Alex oun, mjs al Unh,
C M Cooke, K I G JerUruni. II P Taje, Mr H
Peters, .Mrs Rice.
Tor San Francisco, tier V 11 Dimond. Alarch 9
SJ Sjinme and child. DT SmitluW Hegtihart, t)
For San Francisco, ter Zealand ia. Match 16-FW
l.onie, W J Shaw. Rolrt Grieve, wife and daughter, J
Me like, J J Duke), wife, mother and bUtcr, Mis
Dickej. AliwThears, A Herbert,
For bin Francnco, per Maritoa, March 15- Airs J
r Smith, Rev W J Smith. Gen H A Adam. G b
lludrtull, maid. At and II Dutton, Atst-tcr Dutlon, G
H Fa lor nnd wife, Mrs II D Cotton, 1- Norwood, F
II Rinse. Man' l.ousadox. I Wilson. A I Hall. Dr 1
II Stallard, S liisano. S S Sanburn, I. Sanborn, Dr
-i i ir t.... 1 - -....1 ..: i 11 1 . .
V.MJ3 iuru( 11 iiuiim, j him nut, v. juunii im Kcr
vant. Lit hilt. A run on, W A Itcrrton. II F. Ittell,
F It Jameson, J J Ciirne, Ny A S 1 tender, E A Hall,
Air Penneman and dauchier, A Amira. wife and 4
children, Sachu, II Anderson, It Anderson, 1 children,
i. Smith. Air Al Uuinn, Air K Simmons, P Alithken,
Haker, Mini in, H N Smith, V Clarke, Al J
.hrhardt, F Anderson, Ah Hong, K P XeiUon, Vu
Wa Chin. Chun Fol, 1! Mem, I Connors, S Lucas, G
Smythi, F Ahrcns, M W Lmwlf, W G Walker, Air II
Merchant Vessels Now In Port.
Kalil, Rothfo. . Haw bk
Amklia, NewhaU . . . . Am bktne
IIrlkna, Hanson - . . Prit Ik
AIars, Allen . . . .. Amwhbk
W. G. Imw., Turner . Am bet 11 e
Discovers, PerritiL-in. . Am bktne
Vessels Expected from Foreign Ports
ItKKiiEis.Ger. bk. St ica Hoi I man
D.ie April 10-15. KacLtcUl V Co., aeent.
Glam.ow. Ilrit, bk. ItiUMAH Wttt
Due Annl . G. W MacfarUne iV Co.. aeent l
Jaluit, Haw. k, Julia . . .Tripp
now due. A. F Cooke, agent.
Livmi-coi., llrit, bk. Clan Ghant ..Wilson
Due June 5-10.
Nfw Yokk, Am. bk. Ahdik CarK . ...Pcndclton
Due, ArrD 3o-s. Castle Cook, agent.
NtwCAkTih, NhW Am tern Excblmuk.
laoading Feb, 4. agents.
NrwcASTtH, N ii W, Sir V, Wallacr,. .
Loadimf Feb. j. Wilder &. Co.. ocentl.
Ssn FitiNCUCO, Am. bgine. Cnumo.. . .Cousins
Due March 35 3 W li. Irwin X Co., agent.
San Francisco, lint. ., Avstkaua ., . (iheii
due March ;. II. Hacklft.d & Co.. A dents.
Eostos, Am. hk. Amv'Ilknih , . .Newell
Due June 1.5 C Urewcr Ca, aeent,
Mickonkhia, Am, btfiite Morning SrAX... Garland
Due .M&rcn 33-30. r u. liail son, Agents.
UTaLAPVi Am ttrtt lit KNKMB . .,.
Due now, IL llu.kfcM& Co., agent.
roar UAMIU.K, rtni tern ijoba iiluiim
iaoadmi: l-ebiturvao. Jl, Hsckfrtd fc Ca. A ecu It.
IttlNGKUNl,, lint t .Kl'HADfc,K
Du Marvh ai-io. II. ll-ickfeld Jc Ca. Aecnit.
Ssn FHAi.ct-.co, Am bktne Kmma Clavpina, Matton
I or Hilo, load m ir .March it.
Yokohama, rumun ok Tokiu , .....Maur
Due Alarth 2. 11, I lack ft Id tc Ca. Anents.
Svosev, P.M S S CiTVor Svoskv, .. . DeaiUvu
Due April 13, Hat.kMdtcCutAKcnt.
Kw Cati k, N S W, -' . .John Smith
leading renriury at, . t. uwiit, geni.
ni UAsrir. n a w. 1 list hi
leading February tj,
For San FrancUco, per W 1 Dimond, Alarth 8
4 J'. risOi otjoi ! iir.
lor (n I randfcco. per Zealand!, Alarclt ij-14))
pkt ftugark 014 bach bananas.
For ban V rnclio, per Ataripo, March i33Jjtl5
tki ujjar, 754 pk rice, 936 btidls hids, i$o8 bnchs
ananas, 9 b betct leave.
From San Francisco, per W G Iiwin, Mwch 19
Mrs J H 3) Va Mi furniture: Davtu & Co, 1 etl
wire ropt j F At llulier, 11 cscutlngt, 13 (c lumber,
LC belts, it cs I wit and ic4t, 11 bidu rope, 1 kg nd;
om& lvey, 1 f Ca ate & Cooke. tuok rtoerj
II A Wide aunii, too tils lime. 41 ui brkk; G W Mac
farlant b Co, OjOkkscoal, aoo brU June, jjs LI Kim
MrK Singer. 4 1 1 H k flsjiu, 8K ski mu, ;' U
H-xir; SaUiv40, ttu.kUy A Co. iBkscali, ajsksbran,
15 skt whcji, bo kijcorn, Volf J; Ldwardt, 73 bis
ba , xw sk bras; Shrrman & C, 9 lauki jui4lia, j cs
oil, 5 ItutMk, a ponies; ChlrcK ftriru, tjoj pltgs wi1, $
carlq) acid to Address.
Fiom AurAtia, calandia, March ifr Leiuhui
Hi Co, yxswhUkcy and brandy; J WGlivin, csdry
good j Clcghont Ac Co, cs dry uoodi; Mtufarlant
& Co, 91 sk sjiuds; May k Co, -i Lt spikts; Mclniyri
Pros, 37 ski tpuds; Order, $ sk mdx.
t row HongVopje, r Ilflcu. AUtUi tl-tri A.
Cooke, 3i rolU malt tug t J T Wderhust 05 rolls
nuitlns;( hintM firms, nfttcs iuJc.
Ktiuu, idi, KIs, frua Ililo aaj way4rJ
porta ,, ... ..M.rtUl5
NV.un.lj, ssb. from Koto . ... .j. " 11
MinuA.wjt, h, from KsV.ha. . . . ...By" is
Wi!,lv. ko, fioruW.UIu. .... .. ATmi' it
lu.Unli stu, rrseauii, from Kots. uA WW
u .- ' 1
fiitnii.i ch rrm HanaM 13
WilMe ..h from Malik, 13
t R lhhrp( Mm Dni, fr m ItamiVua tfti
fentanttm itrit , ewr, Trom .Sidney ' tfii
Amelia, Am bktne. NewhaU. frrrn Port UVr
ir- . " 16
FJiokal. -h, fmm Wnlahta ' 1;
MartAn, seh, from Waimea , ' 17
AtlMtle, Am wh bk, Mitchell, from crate. . tr
Httena Urtl bk, Hanson, from Hongkong , 1$
Ktkfluluohl, ch, from Ilanalei . , 19
Atari, Am wh bk, Allen, frcm eruie. , " 19
W O Irwin, Am ligtnc. turner, from San
tnirtdf). , M fj
HtfAter, Am wh bk, Ilrown, from cntle. ' 30
Al K Fmur, Mh. from WfllanAc .... N m
Disttnery. Am bktne, Perrlman, front San
rnnetveo ......... , ' 30
Netli" Merrill, stli, from Lfthiina . .... " m
J lnfcce. Mm, from Kauai. ..fA ..... . " o
(. it) of K10 de Jantiro, Am ss, Searlei, for
Sftn l-ranclcti . ..Alarch l
Mariposa, Am s, Howard, for San Francisco " 13
ZeaUnln, Hrit ss, Webber, for San I ranclsco " 16
-r-iiiirii.it fill B.( ntuucit iut a
Kmnn.iicJif (or Ahin......
Man' I oster. kIi. for alanae. . .
IwaUnli urn, Frwman, for Koloa and Wal
Waimatti, ach, for Koloa. .. ..
C H Tisltop, stm, PavU, for llamakua ,
.M.kvliL stm, Mtfirrsor, for Koolau
W 1! Dimoml, Am bllne, llolirilttli for San
Francises i .
Jennie Waller, sch, for llllo
Mlauen Hou. stm, Sears, for Kshulul.. .
1 thua, Mm, lirenen, for Molokal and Hans
Calerloa, sch, for llanslei .
Marlnn, Kh, for llanamaulti
Kawallanl, scli, for Kootau,. . .
Wailele, kU, for Maliko
Mary Alice, kIi, for Knolau, .,
Atlantic, Am wh lik, Mitchell, for rruis and
KeVsutitohi, sell, lor llanalei. .....
Fhr Cnmmrrrlnl t'lw.
Much Ims liecn salJ In opposition to our
Kciprncit) trcaly Willi lt.inil and cornpl.iint
is made that certain Ctilifurniiiis arc becoming
rich 011 tlic Importation of Hawaiian sugars,
grcaliy In the detriment of the sugar interests
of Ihe United States. No, c have no doubt
Lllnt money U being made in the Hawaiian
?tril, ,is indeed e hopo it is being made by
our people engaged in all foreign trade. No
one !ll belies e tint men ins est brains, time
and capital In business -warehouses, steam
IkmIs, counting-houses, insurance, c, for
fun, orcscn lor such glittering attractions as
glory and patriotism. Commerce is wholly
redeemed from sentimentality, and its motive
and locomotisc arc simp!) profit money I
We, speaking personally, liase scry lit tic In
terest in this Hawaiian trade, but wc hail with
plcasim: the enlargement of any portion of our
foreign commerce, and our imestigations hae
shown us that the trade between the United
States and Hawaii, since the reciprocity treaty
went into operation, lias no pirallel in our
commercial relations with any other country.
Let us compare our trade with Hawaii in 1875
and in 1883, nine scars: In 1875 our bnports
from Hawaii were worth only $1,227,000,
while for 18S3 they amounted to $8,240,000.
In 1S75 our exports to Hawaii amounted to
$695,000 ; in iSSj they amounted to $3,683,
Oi. Not only is the solumeof trade most
satisfactory in its increase, but it is more satis
factory in relation to its carriage. The value
of our total foreign trade carrictl in American
vessels is ab.mt one lo scs'cn carrictl in foreign
vessels, but in our trade with Hawaii Amer
ican sesscls cany nearly twice as much thereof
as foreign, that is to say, the share of the
American flag in this Hawaiian interchange is
more than thirteen times as much, compara
lisely, as in our Irade with all other countries.
In adtlition hereto, wc find from a recent re
ort from our consul at Honolulu that the
capital inscstcd in Hawaiian sugar plantations
is cstim-Ucd at $15,837,000, of which $to,
235,000 is American, $3,180,000 llritish,
$970,000 German, &c Thus it appears tint
nol only is the principal portion of the trade
with the United States, but the scry invest
ments in tlic island are also largely American.
Here are palpable, living facts for digestion,
and we have gone to some trouble to dig them
out, not only for their own -alue but for the
greater motive of illustration. We believe
tint in the near future most of our trade trill
be " effected by commercial or reciprocal
treaties, whereby we svill grant and receive
certain concessions which will be of advantage
both tons and to those with whom we may
celebrate such treaties. American Mail and
The following flattering extract from a for
eign letter, recently received by the publisher,
of ihe Hawaiian Almanac nnd Annual, is a
sample of the many testimonials to the salue
nf (hit excellent hand book : "I should thank
)0u if jou would send me a Hawaiian Almanac
anil Annual for this year. A great many
people come to my office to base their letters
directed to their friends out theie and 1 base
taken these directions from )our almanac of
'82 which )u sent mc at the time, and which
contains a list of the plantations ; but they
hue changed somewhat and new ones have
General ' oUcrttacmcnls.
A NEW BNTURPRISE.
MESSRS J. W. HINQLEY & COMPANY
Having completed ibeir arrangements are prepared lo
offer to the trade ami Honolulu public 4 Urge stock of
all grades of
AH of our own manufacture, winch ve guarantee to b
uerior 10 any cigars In Ihi kingdom,
A trial will convince jou
f)KPK FROM THK ririlKK ISI.AKMS SOt ICIIBD.
'Ihe trade supplied. Factory and More. rA KINfJ
SfKFXT, LINCOLN IU.OCK,
OTICE OF REMOVAL.
limn mack or iiuine"..
SS QURKS STttKKT,
t N.iidfior 10 V G liwi. it Cu,
AHllL sat. sM.
'fhanUbij the i,Vu for thtlr bbtral patronatdurtog
lh yU uvfulcen yf ihey will da h(r bl lo re
tain Ihe 4iu l tUli mvi store. ilm
hUUSCKlUKRS 10 )Tt.lJicils com. mating ny
tUni inihdr Ims forth, comlnt jr iiru.
fully luiurwol l .JI lb. tan. ! ih.tr .ailua coa
rrnuncv. tJ.vfU unnccvsarycipciis. vtih ta(4nng
.ulnpiltw., cv delays wuh new on..,
ruoH. a. tuhvm,
TAbtk'S ARIOI-YPIS. mjiI. toe iimumX
' M f MO. ClMAVHl
"VCRANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Ihe Mattilficent, Nr, and KlecArrt SteatnitilrM
MA lit VOX A ami .Uj.IMICD.I
Will tent Honolulu and San Frjnriro
tut and 15th of Etch Month.
Pjenmly ih. line are berebv noticed that tbe
will be allowed 250 ITw. cf bjpeJte fret by the Over
land KaHwy( when tre)iim Kat.
KXCl'knroV TICKETS 0K KOLNU TR1ft S115.
good to return bj any of the Cotnnan Steimer with
in rdnet) ila.
PasMtiets may hare their names booked in advance
byapphinjrat the office of the aeent.
MerchandUe Intended for ihipmenl by thii li ie. nil!
W received free of Horace In Ihe company's new sare
home, and teceltit issued fr same. Insurance om
mercliAnnVe. htlt Irj the warehouse, will be at onr
WIU.IAM C. IKWIN&Co.,
pACIPIC MAIL STBAMSHIP COMPAWV.
rOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The .Splendid Stenmhip
iUTY OF SYIiSKY,
will l.avs Honolulu for S.rt KrarKlaso
Ouornbout . April 13 tk.
pOH SVDNBV VU AUCKLAND.
Th. Splendid St.amsMp
A V S T 11 A LIA,
OHKST .. ..... ,, ComnMoJer
On or about--- -Maroh XSntt.
1 he aicnts hr. ar. now ptepared to itiue ihV.u I.
San Francisco and return for$t35, Ihe round trip.
Goods for shipment per steamer can now lie stord,
free of charge, in Ihe fire proof watehouie near lit.
For freight or patiage, apply lo
7' II IIACKFEI.D A Co, Au,
STEAM NAVIGATION OOMPANT'8
LINK OF STKAMKHl.
. Will mn i.gulatly for KONA and KAU,
Leave. Honolulu .1 P. M.:
.lanuary n I Friday. February u
ailluesday March .
i. February if Friday... .
M i I luesnay
Arrive at Honolulu at s p in,
Fridas . .
Friday .February vq
Tuestlay March n
Cameron commander, leaves Houolulu every Tuex
day at s P m. for Nawiliwili, Koloa, Klette, and VrI
mra. Kauai Returnintc leases Nawiliwili cvtny
The Jamen Makee,
Kreeinin cuminander, leaves Honolulu evefy Thuzs
day. at i p in. for Kapaa and Kilauea, Return
ing Iraves Kauai eer-'Iuesday at 4 p di., and touch
ina at Waianae both wavs.
The C. It. Iiinhop,
Davis cnminander, leaet Honolulu every Tuesday
at 4 r.il. for Ktikuihale. Honokaa, and Paauhau. Kt
luriiinj; arrive ai itouoiuiu every unnay morning.
VOR SAN FRANCISCO.
r. nnRWKR compasy, ao.
Merchandise recti. Stoiaa Fr. muA 1iKm1 mJ
advance) made on shipments by (his hoe.
jaEW YORK and HONOLULU
McsskS. W. II. CKOSSMAN i 1IHO will .(I.n-h
a fir clus vessel to Ihu port the latter part of May.
Parties wishing to ship by this line will send forward
their orders early, so that there mav be na delay al
tlASTLK 6 COOKK,
R E W E R & CO'S BOSTON
Shippcti will please lalte notice thai the Cue buk,
John D. Brawn
Will be placed on the berth at Boston lo leave there
June in nest for this port. Order, for goods should be
sent as early as the mall of April isth to insure ship
ment. For further information aoply to
C. BKt-U'F.R CO.,
0R SAN FRANCISCO.
ths curr.it KIG
WM. G. IRWIN,
Will base quick dispatch for th. above port. For
freight or patsage apply to
it WM. C. IRWIN ft CO.
This Poi-ulak Bindery, located at
107, Fort Street, will be able in it? set
tled quarters to do even more satisfactory
work than that which has gained it such
liberal patronage and such willing ap
preciation from the Honolulu trade.
It Advlrtisks No Specialities,
but is able to do all sorts, sizes,
and conditions of Boolc-bindin,
Ruling, lettering, and Paper-cutting
as well as in San Francisco, and at
Ar This Complete Bindery
newspapers, magazine?, pamphlets, and
sheet music are neatly and simply or
elegantly and sumptuously bound, as
taste and pocket may demand. Old
books are carefully and firmly rebound.
All J)F.scRipriON$ or Blank.
Books are made to order at as low
rates as arc consistent with first-class
work. The Bindery is now using
Weston's "Record" and ' Ledger"
pajer for all first-class work. A large
invoice of this justly celebrated Mock
has just !ecn received from New York.
Tiih Machinery Used is all of
improved pattern. The " ruling ma
chine," with its new patent " Mriker,"
is equal to any in use in either the
United States or the Colonies, and its
recent work speaks for itself, being,
also, complimentary to the workman
who runs the machine. The other
machines used in the Bindery are for
cutting paper rapidly, for (aging nd
numbering, for perforating, for card
and pasteboard cutting, and for press
ing. Orders, Lerr at the Merchant
Street Stork will have Phoukt
EWERS A COOKE
Art to.itatitl receitlnf additions tu Ih.lr LKKGE
and WFLL SELECTED STOCK or
NOR- WEST LUMBER,
RED WOOD LUMBER,
SHINGLES POSTS, Mc.
I'itie, Oalc, Ash, Ko, lttickualiint, Cedar
Door. s t to 4 6 k 10-6.
Window. ; s ato.tSx 40 in.
t Transoms, Blinds
Of Mch e keep a rtuc assortment.
7ul .Vtii, .7. o lit)..
I.alr.niretl Nails, 1 d to to d t Sptltel, I I'll hi.,
c., c JU
Oorrasatad OalTanlcacl Iron RnoBna;.
6, ;, I and 9 feet lengths.
Oalvailtld Screws and Vtld-il(.
SEWER PIPE, Ts, ElUi.r, Trips, ic. J, 4. 0
and I int.
Ilrra Cotu Chlmntc and Chimney Pipe, cheaper
and f.r superior to HilcV Chimnle.
PAINTERS' AND OI.AIKRS' f'.OODS.
In to sattrtiei now due from HonjtVonf per IlatV
For sale tu quauitirs to suit and at lowest nurWl
iSrjui I.KWKKS A COOKK.
Ha. juM received per Maripoa. and other Ute arrival.:
Whitlaker Star Hams, llre.kful Bacon, California
Cream Cheese, lairbank's Lard, Table Fruit), Pi.
Iruiti, Cranberry Sauce, A.near Saucv, Sala-1
Dressing, Jams and fellies. Pickles, Oli
Oil, Comet and Oolong Tea, 5. Hoses;
Lu(liih BrraVfau Tea, 5 Boies;
Japan Tea, Honed Chicken
and Turkey, Curtied
White Oats and Whtat,
Buck.heat Flour and Maple
Syrup, Graham Flour, Oat Meal,
Corn Steal. Wheal, Cm, Ilarlejr,
Potatoes, Cube, I'owdeird and Granu
lated Sugar, Fresh Spicei, Fiih Chowder,
Clam Choder, Atmore. Mince Meat, Palace
Kerosene Oil, Crackers of all Lindi, dec. Ire., Ar., &c
Frexlt Oronnd OoaTeM ssvarjr Dr.
LEAVE VOOR ORDERS, OR KINO UP
1 ammor. k no. 119
GOODS DRUl'ERKn TO ANY
PART Or THR CITY FKF.R OF
AT THE OLD STAND. NUMBER 1 KAA.
.. UUUAMU. STREET,'
lUilU,"!' 1KOM vrotuum,
PLUMBING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
AjtaaUo Wall Pipe U tiM.
MtovM hS Ita.nare's.
Unci. Sua, Medallion, RUIuaood. Tip-lop, Palw..
Flora, May, Conteaa, Grand PiIm. N.w Rival.
Opw., Dwby, Wrap, Dolly, Gypay, Q,
Wnay, Army Kusfsi, Mafs. Clauva,
Hack, Ssiferlor, Mhss. CskcJ.. Ala.
U, KeliljM, Chiller Cssk,
MtmbU, loveood and
QALVAKIIID IRON and COPPER trOILERSr
FOR RAHOES, 0RANI1E IKON WARE,
NICKKL PLATED AND PLAIN.
GtUvaalMtl Uoh watt Pip, all tats, m4
114 oa at towrsaat nUi, alae ctsat Iran
L4 Sail Pipts.
Hust rarmfalsta Unit, 01 ktmtU
RUBBER HOSK, .
All itvt aaJ fsvia., lift tu4 fmniVvmf- CltMn
Pusus fUWanlaasI rva, SEm4 Cttsu u4
hkM U.4, U.4 It.. TU PiM.
Wtw OoMIt, WubU skW
ad ttntlt, tMIHUd
CHANDELURS LAMPS AND LANTERNS
BO. L, BABCOCfc,
(sail or oa.iAnu)
TikUi la"tL. PUsw-F.ru. Addrat., I.YCAN CO.
MwiM.cn Mrs. DuduilV I'l'lf
DIBUqTION IN PWCB.
Foe ssvks Is lots In mU .1 m cm h ijtihI
i C. MlVtl CO,
ALUABLE BUILDING LOTS
I haf rrcri.e,) Instructions tOoffer for ! at PUft
LIC AUCTION on , '
SATURDAY, MA KCH kJ9
iMt it o'clock noon -
At m ,Sn tr roo 111,
1 hose certain three lots or parcels of lanvl on I.unllili
ami Kinau .Streets, adjscent 10 the rrsldenif of V P
Canle, Fsij. and ha.init each a frontier of ;j r.e an I
ooft depth! belnn pan of lots numUrs jij nj j)r
on Goieminent sursey man.
Th. Situation of Ihese lots with their Unutlful vie
of I liamond llesd ami the Ocesn to Ihe alalia. .Moun
iains uie pieavuH neljniiornon.1 ami lr .osimllJ-14
Ihe to. altogether render them ihu most
lFSIRA1ILt' TOR lli;il.l)lM
I hat rould be obtained. IMiig ituiieil in th.
spe front PumhlHir.1 Rises them alsn
IVrVfl' Mi iimnyr,
A most lmKHtant santtii conJJderailon, Jlan of th.
land rati be seen nt the room of " , ,
H. P. ADAMS,
OT AT KAPIOLANI HARK.
On SsstnrsUr, Mai-ch J,
Al i noisi at Salesroom I niUoner al auction thai Im
of land un Kanaina Asenue, knonn at aA No
Kapahtilu, adjacent li Kapiolant I'-irk ami rtnlalnltv
an area of 4 13100 acres, hating .1 frontal, of vs feet
on said aeenue and a depth of 600 fret. 1 his desirable
piece of property lies dirrcll)' opposite ihe lols bel-mc
Ing to air. Cecil Ilro n and T. lie) msn.
The Trustees of Ihe Lunahlo Estate Inse Istd nut
onotheraienne, Uck of Ihis lot so tint it uill hate a
frontier on loo streets. Water can 1 obtained from
Ihe adjacent artesian -ll be longiii to James Camb.,
Esq 1 itle petfect Tetnif Cash.
IfrrtlM ,it riri-rA-rar-r'. K.rir-i.r'.
K. i: A HA MS,
'-pRUSSBSI TRUSSES I
ntUS.'.LS TRUSSES. TRUSSES.
I RUbSES. TRUSSES TRUSSES
HULLI.'l'ER ft OO.
Ilaee uil teceire J a large Inrjl.. of
Tha Osslabratad Celluloid Truaw
litHKiT rroM inr rscTo.r
WK HAVE SPECIAL FACII.IIIKS
I'or AdJu.tluK Tniue..
HOL LISTER ft OO.,
Cor. lort and Merchant -.tie-il. and Jj Nuuauu llieel
M'ST src.ivan it
Mailh. Davis," " Mandate.." .ni eaD.clei -.
" Manpnta" and uth.c v.Msi.
Button Cud Matches,
Hon. Shoes ami Nails
DOWNERS and NOONHAV Orl,
LuUiutina Oils of all VlnJ.,
Cut H.il,. all ,!,.,,
Clinch Naili, all tlir..
Coiton Wane In bales,
Htackimitli't Hello. 1.
Cheap Rim Clocks,
Brown Scap, in cases.
Win Haiifing Ba.ketsfor Kenn, 4c
Lane'. PUntation IIom.
H Inch Goose neck Socket Hom,
Ice Cieam Freeiers,
Lawn Moweil, best kind,
Case's Genuine Amoskean Denlrui,
Case's Ganulne AnioiVea. Mariners Stripe,
Besides a thousand articles in the I lardware line always
Soon esperl.d, not by ihe "Spatta.," . most cum
plete assortment nf
Hmll'i strtl f foil-, ami Hvntl.rr;
Wiihestra Handles, Beams and Points.
All iheie tsill be found al ihe corner bilck Hjte of
E O. HALL &.SON, Lliuitsd
niLLIKOHAM It CO..
Have rcctived . full line uf the fivwlie
OWiacluua BrsMklnc Plow,
Pilllnarliai Kloa Plow,
Iher. Plows .re atl mad. from out (inn pallet. 1
by Iht original John D..r. Molina Hois Work,,
lh plous.r Wtuem plow m.nufactuy aud the Ur.eit
t4eel plow woiVt the world. For lU Plow, id" tU.
uniifaclure w ate aaeents.
CULTIVATORS, HARROWS, si.. MORSE HOE.
OLD PATTERN MOI.INE PLOWS
PIANTATION TOOLS or ALL KINDS
Buck.y. Muwer. ,
Dici.ntlal PulUy Block.
Fodder Cutleis, Garden ..4 C.a.l Ceuiaw.
P.lot., Paid OU 44 V.ti-I Js.4
tin tmunt asrat Am, visat, t .sflHOVlioaat
llusi. Fvukisiiim: Ooou.
l-a.pi, pundslien, and Iwsni
ate, etc., wc.
MT New Gosuia coua.aiiy mliaig
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