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Publication office li at iS Merchant street t Ed.
torlal roonii it io Fort treet.
Subscribers and Adeertlters will pleate address,
TIIOS, O. THRUM, Pubiliher and Proprietor.
All milter for the Saturday I'ren ihould be
addreited to the "SATURDAY PRESS "
Notice of any eeentt of Interett transpiring on
the other litandi will always be thankfully received
for publication. Correspondent! are requetted to
append their true namea to all communication!,
not for publication necettarily, but ai a guarantee
that the writer U actinic In coo J faith.
MAY ji, 1M4
Paul Murry, an old Indian of the Naragan
elt Irllie, Iwin in the eastern part of the
United Stale, April 5, 1785, ami therefore
y years old, vvas baptised at the Queer's Ilos
intal latt Sunday by Father Clement. He
has lived upon these islands alioul ifiy yearn,
most of the time at Walliinti
Mr. K, J. Chapman hit on exhibition at
Mr, T f. Thrum't Merch-inl street store a
photograph of Mrs. I-angtry, transferred to
flan. The process It a new one and by which
the picture loses nothing by bring transferred,
but tt made to look even better thin the photo
At Foil Street Church SuntUv morning the
q'latterly communion will be held, the otilan
ances administered, and new members received.
In the evening there will be a union service,
and Kev. C. M. Hjde, I),t) will preach the
Annuil sermon 011 Home Missions before Ihc
lliwaiian Kvancelical Association.
There v.111 be a sale of fancy articles and re
frethments, this afternoon from 3 to 6 o'clock,
011 the grounds of the North Pacific Missionary
Institute, No. 50 Punchbowl street. The pro
ceeds to (;o to the support of scholars in Ka
svalvhao Seminary. There ought to be a large
attendance of all who lovr a good cause ami
ike a goal time.
The Myrtle Iloat Club launched their new
boat on Friday afternoon. His Majesty the
King was present and christened it Pauhiu.
Unl, being the name of an old native chief.
The club numbers 17 members of which J. I..
Torbert Is captain. They have just been pre
sented with a new six-oired gig, christened
Kalulani, for the daughter of the Hon. Mr.
The Walmea Sugar Mill Company In Wai
mea, Kaui, will be incorporated shortly. The
Honolulu Iron Works have commenced work
on the machinery, which will probably be com
pleted by the first of September. The last
years crop yielded an average of about 5J4
Ions to the acre. The new mill which is of
much larger sire is calculated to give a much
better result provided that cane gies the
Cm Ihe arrival of the Sir William Wallace,
about three steels ago, a number of the sailors
went to llrillsh Vice Consul, Davies, and
requested that a sun ey be made, as she was
leaking badly. A survey was held, ami the
ship was declared seaworthy, after which six of
the men nho requested a survey ran away,
three on Tuesday, and three more on Wednes
day morning. Warrants has e been issued for
their arrest, but as jet none of them have been
Mis. Laura Warnes, living at No. a Here
tanla street Is a worth object for charity. She
moved to this city Ihr last of December from
Hawaii, where her husband died about a year
go leaving her with five children, the oldest a
glil about 12 jears old. Three of her children
are old enough to go to school, but she has not
the money to pay their tuition. Mrs. Wames
Is a nurse and niidwlle and would be glad for
T"T' "- U'J "ippoi.
her family. ' r
The public examination of Kawaiahao Sem
inary will be held Krldsy, June 6th, beginning
at 9 A. M. In the morning the various classes
may be heard in their recitation rooms. In
the afternoon each grade will be examined in
one study In I lie general school room, alter which
there will be compositions a general exercise
in mental arithmetic followed by a spelling
match, closing promptly at 4 o'clock. The ex
ercises for the day will close with gymnastics
and wand exercise from 4 till 4:10.
The Hawaiian Evangelical Assochtion will
hold Its sessions next week at the Stone Church
at Kawaiahao, commencing on Tuesday at 10
A. M. This Is aji annual meeting of pastors
and delegates representing all the Congrega
tional Churches on these islands. During the
sessions, the General Sabbath School Associa
tion will alto meet. Anniversary sermons will
be delivered In the English and the Hawaiian
languages in behalf of the work of the Atsocia
lion, due notice of which Is given elsewhere.
Honolulu is about to lose, for a )car, two
of its most charming ladies. Mrs. E. V. Adams
and Miss Delia Adams, sail by the Alameda
to-day, en route for llostos. The three chil
dien, Ernest, Kenneth and Philip accompany
them ; and Mr, Adams goes as far as San
Francisco, returning in July, The first part of
this trip will be consumed in visiting friends
situate In different portions of the Union, and
the birds of passage wilt winter fn Uoston. In
dividually and as a family they will be mtssctl
tn Honolulu I and unnumbered friends hope to
greet them this time next year.
The new Ice workj, situated on Iteretania
street near 1'iiloi, are nearlng completion.
Messrs. Sastand Stevenson are the proprietors.
The building 'are being erected by Mr. Gran-
nls. The main building i 61x66, and the ma
chinery, which is announced to bit San
Francisco on the 15th of June, will be placed
therein u soon at it arrives. The works will
be In opeiatlou by the middle of July next,
and will have a capacity for producing 1 5 tons
ei ice Jet day. It is stated that Ice will be de
livered at the low rate of one per pound The
artesian well being sunk for the above works
U now down about 330 hundred feet.
Dr. George L Mathet who has been the phy
tlcun lo the district of Koolau the past seat,
returns to-day by the Alameda to San
Francisco. Doctor Mathet first graduated in
Ohio, then went to Europe and took a medical
count, where he carried off all the medals (or
scholarship ht was considered one of the
brightest In the profession in that city, but he
catnt here for his health; and not being benefit
ttd, he returns to St. Paul, where the hotx-s of
many warm personal friends ill follow him,
Dr. Mathet it one of the ablest of physicians
here. Hit ability at a writer on leprosy is un
tmtloued. Hit place among the thinking
yhyticUnt of Hawaii cannot easily be filled.
There will be a meeting held ihit evening at
71SCJ o'clock, at the German Club room, by the
SwtJct and Norwegians of this city, for the
purpose of forming a benevolent society, All
Swedes, Norwegians, Danes, Auttruus and
Haitians art invited 10 be pi etcnt. The call
it signed by Mr. It. W. Schmidt, acting con
aul and the committee it composed of Messrs.
C. Ilauimcr, C. A. L. Hattcl. A, Erickson,
M. Uullickson, C. Hanson, C, Johnson, and
others. A certain objectionable person hat
caused the committee considerable uf trouble
and misunderstanding, but it U hotted that
lb matters have been adjusted, and that
coouaittt satisfactory to all will be elected l
feM MMUtf tooifkt.
Many business men are finding fiult, and
eery justly so, because C lunamen all over the
city, but cspecntl) on Nuuanu street, arc at
lowel to keep their men mirkets, fruit and
grocery stores open alltlay on Sundays, re
gardless of the liw or the feelings of those
who would observe Sunday as a illy of rest.
Heretofore, butchers and bakers have, by
general consent, kept open their places of
business until about 8 o'clock on Sunday
mornings, lo give the people an opportunity to
get fresh meat and bread for the day j but the
Chinese have taken advintage of this oppor
tunity, ami now they pay no attention what
ever to the tights of other business men.
Through the kindness of Mrs. V.. Macfar
ane every one now has an oppottunity of see
ing a rare work of art, which was presented to
her by Mrs. Max Taublcs. The picture
proer is a remaikably life like representation
of a lobster punted In water color b) Mari
anne Mithieu, a pupil of the late Lindseer.
The picture Is enclosed in a mat piintcd by a
Jjpinese artist in the employ of Ichl Din also
also in water colors, lo represent waiters serv
ing the dinner, lioth picture and mat make a
good combination. In fact it isdifiicult lo de
cide whether the picture was made for the mat
or the mat for the picture. Mrs. Macfarlane
is lo lie congratulated on being the owner of
such a unique water color. It Ins been on ex
hibition for a few days at I.)can & Cci.'s an
room. 1 his notice should have been printed
list Silurd.iy but was unavoidably crowded
A public meeting was held in the V. M. C.
A. Hall on Thtirtdiy evening to consider some
of the prevent aspeLts of the temperance move
ment, and the present stale of the liquor
traffic. I'.ev. Dr. Hyde was chairman, ami
stated briefly the great Interest awakened
bj new developments at home and abroad. It
was desirable that lawyert and judges should
hold correct views in reqird to the nature of
the liquor traffic and the evils it developed
and fostered. He called on Mr. W.A.Kinney,
as one of I he joungcr memlicrs of the bar,
to express his opinions in regard lo the situa
tion. Mr Kinney was received with applause,
and in his address spoke of his observations
In Michigan and the growing unanimity of
sentiment tnit liquor ought not to be sold at
til. He would have measures taken by the
V M. C. A. to secure monthly addresses in
the various districts of Oahn. Space prev
ents an extended notice.
When the bark Kemijin drew near the P.
M. S. S. Co's vvhirf on Tutvlay, a large
crowd of people were in waiting to get a
glimpse o( this famous old ship, which was
hereabout three) ears ago, at which time a
description was given of her In the Saturday
Press. Copt E. H. Howard of San Francisco,
has been on her for about 13 years, and was
a resident of Honolulu some 36 s ears ago.
Capt. Howard snvs that the Kemijio was built
in Hotardaii, Holland, in 1640 as a man of
war and was finally emplojed in the service
of the East India Shipping Company, plying
between Rotterdam and llatavia, Island of
Java. In 1867 she was cast away on the coast
of Shanghai and lay there a number of years
being used as a coal hulk, and was finally
bought in 1S76, refitted and sent across to
Puget Sound for lumber, and after she was
loaded she put out to sea, but sprung a leak.
She then returned to Port Townsend, where
she was sold for debt, and was bought by her
present owner, N. Kichord of San Trancisco
for $4000. Since that time she has been en
gaged in coasting, and Australia trade. She
arrived here from Newcastle, and is bound for
Victoria. "She is in good reair and bids
fair to outlast many modern vesssls." savs a
seafaring man who thinks himself a judge.
Un I uesuay allernoon, just before the Planter
left the wharf, a native came staggering down
to the gangway, and attempted to go on board
the vessel, but on account of his diunken con
dition, he fell ovcitioard, and it was with diffi
culty tint he wns fished (out from under the
An express wagon came along on the corner
of Alakca and Merchant streets, about II
o'clock last Saturday night and ran over n pile
of lumber belonging to the Telephone Com
pany. The driver was thrown out and narrowly
escaped being hurt. Iluilders and others leav
ing lumber piles in the street thus unprotected
lay themselves liable to prosecution.
Last Monday morning, on the corner of
Alakea and Richard streets, a )oung horse le
longing to Mr. J. Hardee, ran away with an
express wagon and threw Mr. James Davis out
against the fence, culling a bad gash in the
kick of his head, which was sewed up by Dr.
James Urown was on Tuesday morning driv
ing up towards the Government building with
the llrilish Commissioner, Wodehouse, when
the horse took fright at the steam street-roller
and ran iuto the fence. Hut for the assistance
of some men near by, Mr. Wodehouse might
have been badly hurt.
The Uemljio is at Pacific Mail dock dis
The American bark C. O. Whltmore is in
the stream awaiting a berth to discharge her
The Consuelo Is at the esplanade opposite
the Custom House. She sails to-day for San
The Steampshlp Alameda is at Oceanic
steamship wharf. She will sail for San Fran
cisco to-day at noon.
The German bark Spica has hauled to Pacific
Mail Mcimihip wharf to discharge a miscella
neous European cargo.
The llrilish Iwrk Sir William Wallace is at
Pacific Mall dock. She will probably sail to
day lor llurraid's Inlet
The Ueulth has discharged her cargo and
will probably tail to-day for Kuhului lo load
sugar for San Francisco.
The American bark ALbie Carver Is at
Urewer & Co't wharf. It Is not yel quite de
cided where she will go next, probably to
It Ho 17tin
Diesl at Illlo, May 17th, Marion Evrlyn,
daughter of Mr, and Mrs Luther Severance,
aged one year, one month and seventeen days
Many sympathetic friends gathered at Ihe
house where the funeral services were held.
Rev, E. P, Ilaker't wordt were comforting, and
feeling. At the cemetery, the edge of the
grave was lined with beautiful ferns, and dow
els. 1 he Sabluth-School children sang at the
grave the old familiar lune, "Around the
throne of God," etc. The vocal selections
were very appropriate at the house and tht
floral offerings were numerous
Died at Illlo, May 20th, Mrs Grace Alice
Uridges, wife of H. A. llridges, was burieil In
ihe Foreign Church Cemetery, lido, was
formerly a resident of St. Louis Missouri.
' She is with her loved Saviour, in the Happy
Titer will 1e a trottiug race at the park to
day at a c u. tor JJsco .tde, between Joe
Dake owned by Captain Clunev and Ceorue
I UHlOHQM cy niiuwi VfWwtll,
Thr fllrnnrr't ltlrnl
The Sth of July next will be the tenth anni
versary of the "Missonary Gleaners' Society"
but It was celebrated on Thursday the 12nd
instant liecaute so many of the school girl
members would be away for vacation in July,
ami further, It was desirable to have It before
the annual June meeting. It was celebrated
according to the following 1
I Piano Dtifll. Morart'a 3d Symphony.
Misses . May Allierlon and Nellie Lowrey
Miis II I Dickson.
J Vocal Trio . Die Savoyard 1 Return
Misses S I. King, J. S. Parke. May Athatton.
II l Thckson, Mesdames J F ttrown
and F, C Damon.
4 Dumb IMI Quadrille.
Misi Itoj per, leader, Mitet Tllen Hopper,
Mudgic Dickson, Agnes Judd, Char
lotte Hall, Oracle Cooke, Anaie
I or Let, and May Wale r house.
J Vocal Solo. "A Utile .Mountain Mail."
Mrs. J F llro.n
6 Address by the President . Mrs. F..C Damon
. f'l,nr,,. J " lxey .May."
I. Recitation " The Feast of Floers.".Mrs Dilling
ham, Miss .May Dillmcham.
0. VoralTria. "The flower Crertinft.1
Mrs J. f. Ilanlord, Misses Kenton, and Lctsic.
The address of Ihe president, was a volumi
nous and inteiesting document.
She tells us the story of the life of Ihc society
in such a happ), charming wiy that we almost
forget the two discouragements which even
this most prosperous society met. The first
discouragement was Irving to make the clothes
large enough for Ihe giinl natives of Ponape
about which she saysi
"We had been told that the natives were
mostly stout and that wc must not get Ihe
articles too small. Too small I I wish you
could have seen them, for surely none but a
nation of giants could have worn the huge
sacks and voluminous shirt-bands Ihit went
down in our first hox tn Mlcroncsial There is
nothing like experience to teach wisdom."
The other discouragement was this: they
made dozens of nrticlcs of clothing of differ
ent sizes for a poor little motherless ly at
Aplang enough to last him two or three
years. Mie sas : "Wc took great pains with
them ond felt justly proud of our work, soima
glneour dismiy when wc allerwards learned that
Ihe little boy never wore many of them the
pints, made as Honolulu boss wear them,
were considered too short for propriety in
that land of elaborate wardrobes.
Hesidcs making clothing and pitchwork
quills for Ihe heathen, sending to Mrs. Rand,
their much loved missionary, such articles as
were needed, helping In any charitable object
that came under their notice, they have helped
in Ihe following ways ; In 1874 they assisted
Ihe "Ladies Benevolent Society" by a fancy
lable at a fair, netting $243; again in 1879
they helped in the same way in 1S75 they
made their debut and realized $151, ($25 of
which was donated to the Y. M. C. A. in
recognition of the timely aid given by its mem
bers); in 1S76 a fair gotten up by the wee
gleaners netted $56; In 1880 they held a fair
and realized $130; in 1SS1 they netted $214
from a fair; in 18S3 they realized $joo from
They support a beneficiary at Kawaiahio
Seminary. They have helped a poor little
blind girl and made her happy by securing
text books for the blind, so she has learned to
lead. They pay $2 a month for a Hawaiian
bible-reader in Honolulu. In 1SS3 they made
Mrs. Rand their own mmiencry. In January
of that year their first payment of the $900 a
year for her support was made. These are the
definite objects for which they work ; but they
are always ready to aid in any charity.
A society that does so much good should be
encouraged in every wiy, and this idea and
others which supplement it are so well ex
pressed in the conclusion of Mrs. Damon's
"Just as sure as lhefirst Saiuraay- in
the month comes around which is the regular
day for our meetings just so sure does some
good mother or auntie, forgetting entirely the
meeting of that day, plan a picnic for Waikiki
or the woods, which always takes away more
or less of members and naturally their inures!
in the society and its work flags ; whereas,
if they could only attend regularly, and their
parents make it a point to see that they do,
they will Ihusbecnmclntimately connected with
what transpires at each meeting, and will not
make any complaint of want of interest. To
dear mothers aunties and older sisters, and I
might say as well, fathers, uncles and big
brothers, fltast don't plan picnics, or anything
else distracting, for Ihe first Saturday of the
month. For such a society should exert an
important influence upon our young people in
training them for Christian work and especi
ally in these busy days, when our minds arc so
apt to be diverted by other things. And here
I would enter a plea, in behalf of the Gleaners
to the melhirs. For wehave a duty in regard
to it as well asour daughter, who are members.
It has come to mc lately with much force that
there is a great deal in habit. If wc du not
teach our children the inqwrtance of attending
church and Sabbath school while they arc un
der our influence, they are not fiitfy to do so
after they reach manhood and womanhood. If
we do not impress upon Ihem rttw the impor
tance of joining such societies as the 'Mission
ary gleaners' ami the 'V. M. C. A. Hoys,' and
after joining, their Jnljr in the matter of rtg
arattendence, where will be our future Wo
man's Hoard and Young Men's Christian Asso
ciations, as well as 6ur ministers and mission
aries? It is all work for the Master, and if we,
the heads of our households, take no Interest
in this work, how can we expect those under
our care to do so ? Our children should grow
uf in Ihis atmosphere, or how keen will be our
disappointment in future years should they
evince Utile or no Interest in the cause of Christ,
Ami now, dear Gleaners, as we pass this land
mark in our history and enter upon anew term
of y ears, may we do so with renew ed zeal and
wherever our work in Ihe future shall lie, may
we, as individual memlicrs, fttait to faithfully
for the master In the world's vast harvest field,
lhat, as was written of one of old, so, when
our life-work tt done, it may be said of each
one uf us 'Sho hath done what she could. ' "
A valued correspondent at Kilauea Planta
tion, Kauai, favors Ihe Press with the follow,
ing items i 1 herewith give you the total
amount of sugar for the crop just finished t
1 Mat tiumber faf days grinding I
1 ual vlanrWr made i,o
1 otat puaoda of sugar t,oio,il;,vr i,wjq 59 auMluits
Mr, E. McDade is Ihe sugar boiler, and it
will be seen by Ihe amount of sugar per clari
tier that he still keeps up hit reputation, as
hard lu Wat,
We arc having splendid weather and the
growing crops are looking well I'rolably
next year Ihe yield will b from twelve to four-
teen hundred tons
Grant & Urigstocke have a fifty ane field of
cane, that It equal lo any on Ihe island and
their rattoons are kicking well.
The steam plowt (under the able manage
ment of Mr. J, HUckle) are doing good work,
and from the thorough working given to the
land, ihe next crop will certainly be consider
This plantation shipped on Ihe 19th Instant,
per James Makee, 2,551 sacks, and have 117
more to ship; then k has finishes! for this year,
Mr. C. Mertelmana hat fully recovered froo
hit latt acUeat, and U hioMtslf agaja.
Tn Ineorporntf Ihr llninttiiin Xnllaniil
lie it tnuttJ by tht KinfanJ sfisMirt Af
temUjf cf tht Uanwiisn Iiivili, in tht Ltg-
ishturt cf tht A'tngifont atstmtM
-SfcTION I. That Claus Sprcckeli, William
O, Irwin, Frederick F, Low, Samuel Parker,
James Campbell, Samuel G. Wilder and
Thomas II. Foster, their associates and sue-
cessort be and they are hereby created and
mide a body corporate under the name and
style of the Hawlian National Dank.
Sfc. 2. The llawiian National Hank under
its corporate name as afores-ild, is hereby made
able and capible In law to sue and lo be sued,
plead and be impleaded, answer and be an
swered, defend and be defended in all courts
in Ihe kingdom or any other place j to mike,
have and use a common seal and the simc to
alter and renew at itt pleasure lo make by
laws for Ihe government of ihe said corpora
Hon, and generally to do and execute all ami
singular such acts, mailers and things as natu
ral persons, corporations or bodies politic may
and can lawfully execute.
Src. 3. The said Claus Spreckels, Wll-
him G. Irwin, Frederick F. Low, Samuel
Parker, James Campbell, Simuel 0, Wilder
and Thomas R. Foster, herclnliefore men
lioned shall be directors o the said binklng
corporation for the first year of its existence
and until their successors are regularly chosen
and hive entered Umn the discharge ol their
duties ; and the aflairs and concerns of Ihe
said banking cortmration shall be conducted
and carried on by Ihe said directors, hereby
appointed, ami their successors In office, in
Ihe manner and form hereinafter prescribed for
by the conduct and management of the busl.
ness affairs and concerns of said banking cor
poration, and said directors and their success
ors in office shall be subject and liable to the
provisions of this charter or act of incorpora
Src. 4. The capital stock of the said bank,
ing corporation shall be one million dollars di
sided into ten thousand shares of Ihe par value
of oue hundred dollars each, with the ptivi
lege of Increasing the number of shares to
twenty thousand of Ihe par value of one hun
dred dollirs each, and Ihe capital to two mil
lion dollars, and when twenty-five per centum
of the minimum capital named shall have lien
paid into Ihe said corporation in current or
lawful money of the kingdom, and a certificate
thereof made anil signed by a majority of Ihe
persons named as directors of the corporation
and presented to the minister of the interior,
which certificate shall be filed among the
recordsof his office, the said corporation shall
be entitled to all the benefits and privileges
conveyed or intended to be conveyed by this
SEC. 5. Each shareholder shall be individ
ually and personally liable for such proportion
of all the debts of the corporation contracted
during the time he was a shareholder as the
amount of stock or shares owned by him
bears lo the whole of the subscribed capital
stock or shares of the corporation.
Slc. 6. The said corporation shall have
To elect directors the number of which
shall be prescribed by its by-laws, but which
shall not be less than five nor more than
eleven, and by its board of directors to elect a
president, vice-president and secretary, and
appoint a cashier and other officers and agents,
define their duties, require bonds and fix the
penalty thereof, dismiss any or all of such ap
pointed officers at pleasure and appoint others
to fill their places.
b To prescribe by its board of directors by
laws not inconsistent with Ihis act regulating
the manner in which assessments on the stock
may be .called in, the mode and manner of the
transfer of the shares of stock, fix the number
cf directors, define their qualifications and pre-
lion, provide for the election of the officers of
the corporation by the directors, and Ihe ap
pointment of such other officers and agents as
may be required, the manner in which its
property shall be transferred, how Us general
business shall be conducted and the privileges,
granted to it by law, exercised and enjoyed,
and to alter and amend the same at its pleas
ure. c To declare through its board of directors
dividends out of its net earnings. Provided
lhat no dividend shall be declared that will
impair its capital nor shall any dividend be de
clared until ten per cent of its net earnings for
the period for which the dividend is to be de
clared shall be set aside and placed lo the
credit of the re-crve lund until the reserve fund
shall equal twenty per cent, of the paid up
capital. After the amount so set aside to the
credit oi the reserve fund shall have reached
twenty per cent, of the paid up capital, fur
ther additions may or may not be made to it
from the net earnings in the discretion of Ihe
J To borrow or take on deposit, at interest
or otherwise, money, stocks, funds, shares or
t To lend money to governments, political
and municipal bodies and corporations, joint
stock, railway and other companies or private
firms or persons upon any kind of security or
To discount, buy and sell bills of ex
change or promissory notes or other negotiable
g To buy and sell, or hold the stocks,
bonds, or other securites of any government,
political or municipal bodies and corporations,
whether Hawaiian or Foreign, or shares in the
capital of any corporation whether incorpor
ated in the Hawaiian Kingdom or elsewhere,
but not Ihe shares in the capital of Ihis corpora
lion. k To buy, tell, refine and assay gold and
silver 01 other metals.
1 To Issue and negotiate loans or other
financial transactions on commission or other
To buy and sell either on account of the
corporation, or on commission all kinds of
goods, wires, merchandise and property.
k To acquire by purchase, exchange, lease,
hire or otherwVe (or or In connection with all
or any of the purposes hereby authorized, any
thipt, steamers, vessels, lands, buildings,
plant, machinery stock In trade, chattels or
effects, either In the Hawaiian Kingdom or
To acquire by grant, purchase, license or
otherwise any patents, brevets, d'icventions,
patent rights or copy lights which may he
desirable for the purposes of the corporation.
m To sell, exchange, lease, let out, or
license the use of any property of ht corpora
tion of whatever nature, in such manner and
upon such term and conditions, and for such
purposes at Ihe directors of the corporation
may deem proper,
n To procure, obtain, accept, dispose of
and obseive ihe termt and conditions of any
decreet, concessions, powers, rights, or privi
lege! made or granted by any government or
by any corporation, company, partnership or
person, whether Hawaiian or foreign.
t To acquire upon such terms at ihe cor,
(oration may deem expedient the good will cf
any business established for all or any of the
To establish and regulate branches and
agencies In any part of the Hawaiian Kingdom
or in other countries lor all or any of the aibte
f 10 accm IM SVOM all w UUtti u
I may be committed to it by any person or by
the order and direction of any judge, coutt or
J . r.
I 1.11 .1
r To make such spechl regntniont in
reference to trust funds, secial deiusits, or
savings left for safe keeping as shall ficilitate
the well being, safely and profit of such trusts.
To Issue letters of credit and other com
mercial obligitlons and make them negotiable
ami payable in any part of the world.
Tn issue circulating notes under the
limitations and ujKin Ihe conditions prescribed
in this net.
i Tn exercise by its Until of directors or
duly authorized ofliiert and agents, subject In
laws, all inculenlil powers as may be nccct'
sary lo carry on the business authorized by this
Src. 7. The said llawaiim National ll-tnk
is authorized and empowered to deposit with
the minister of finance bonds issued by and
under the authority of the Hawaiian Govern
ment, either cuu 1-011 or registered, in an
amount not exceeding the capital ttockpaid
up, in trust, to secure the redemption of circu
tiling notes lo be issued at hereinafter pro
vided. Such Imnds shall have written or
printed 011 each a memorandum signid by the
president or cashier or some other officer of Ihe
corporation, slating the purpose for which such
bonus are deposited. Upon the receipt of
bonds as herein specified the minister o(
finance shall Issue a receipt Ihciefor staling
that the bonds are held in trust for the
corporation, anil as .1 security for Ihe redemp
tion and payment of any circulating notes that
hive been or may be delivered to such cor
onation. StC. S. Umn the transfer and delivery of
lnds to the minister of finance as provided in
the foregoing section, the said corporation shill
be entitled tn receive from the minister of fin
ance circulating notes of different denominations
equal in amount to the par value of Ihe bonds
so delivered and transferred.
Sfc. 9. To carry into effect the foregoing
section Ihc minister of finmce shall cause plates
and dies to be engraved in the lcst manner, to
guard against counterfeiting and fraudulent al
terations, and to have printed therefrom and
numbered such quantity of circulating notes in
blank as may be necessary, in denominations
of five dollars, ten dollars, twenty dollars, fifty
dollars, and one hundred dollars, which notes
shall express upon Iheir face that they are se
cured by Hawaiian Government bonds, depos
ited with the minister of finance by Ihc written
signatures of Ihe minister of finance and Regis
trar of accounts and by the imprint of the seal
of the treasury ; and shall also express upon
their face the promise of the corporation to pay
on demand, attested by the signatures of the
president or vice-president anil cashier.
Sec. 10 After the corporation shill have
caused its promise to pay such notes on de
mand lo lie signed by the president or v ice
president and cashier thcreol in such manner
as lo mike them obligatory promissory notes
payable on demand at its place of business, the
said corporation is hereby authorized to issue
and circulate the same as money; and the same
shall be received at par in all parts of the king
dom in pavment of tixcs. excises, licenses.
public lands and all other dues to the govern
ment except for duties on imports; and also
for all debts and demands owing by the Ha
waiian Government to individuals, corporations
and associations within the kingdom except for
interest and principal of the public debt.
Src. II. It shall be the duly of the minis
ter of finance to receive worn out or mutilated
circulating notes issued by said corporation,
and also on due proof of the destruction of any
such circulating notes, to deliver in place
thereof to said coriroration, circulating notes
to an equal amount. And such worn out or
mutilated notes, after a memorandum shall
have been entrred upon the proper books of
the minister of finmce, as well as all circulat-
ereu to pe cancelled, snail lie burned to asnes
in the presence of three persons, one to be
designated by the minister of finance, one by
the minister of the interior, and one by the
bank corporation. And a certificate of such
burning, signed by the parties so appointed,
shall be made in thebooks of the treasury, and
a duplicate thereof delivered to the bank cor
poration Sec. 12. It shall be the duty of said cor
poration, once or oftener in eai.li fiscal year,
to examine and compare the bonds so
pledged, with the Ixmks of ihe minister
of finance, and if found correct to exe
cute lo the saij minister of finance a certi
ficate setting forth the different kinds and
amounts thereof, and that the same are in the
issession and custody of the minister of
finance at the date of such certificate. Such
examination to be made by the president, vice-
president or cashier, or by some person duly
appointed by the corporation for the purpose.
Sec. 13. The bonds so transferred to and
deposited with the minister of finance by Ihe
said corporation for the security of its circulat
ing notes shall be held exclusively for that
purpose until such notes are redeemed, or they
are exchanged or surrendered as provided in
this act; but the minister of finance shall give
to said corporation a certificate that the treas
ury is liable for and will pay semi-annually the
interest on said lionds as it becomes due,
which said corporation is authoiizeil and em-
Kwered to receive and appropriate to itt own
use, but shall' become inoperative when said
corporation shall fail rcedeem its circulating
notes as In Ihis act provided.
Sec, 14. The minister of finance may per
mit an exchange of any of the bonds so de
posited, for other bonds of the Hawaiian Gov
ernment if he shall be of Ihe opinion that
such exchange can be made without prejudice
to he government or the holders of the circu
lating notes, and he may return any of tuch
bonds lo the bank corporation in sums ol not
less than one thousand dollars, upon the sur
render of a like amount of circulating notes
Sec. 15. It shall be unlawful fur any offi
cer acting under the provisions of this act, to
trrnsfer or deliver any of the bonds deposited
to secure circulating notes, except as provided
in ihis act, nur shall ihey countersign or issue
to any corporation, firm or person any of the
circulating notes other than Ihe Hawaiian
National Hank. And any officer who shall
violate the provisions of Ihis section shall be
deemed guilty of felony and on conviction
thereof shall lie punished by a fine not exceed
ing double Ihe amount of the bonds or circu
lating notes so mliappesoprialed and by im
prisonment not lest than three nor exceeding
ten years at the discretion of the court in which
he or hey may be tried,
Sec, 1 6. When a withdrawal or transfer of
bonds tliall be deemed expedient, it shall be
lawful for the proiier officers of the covrrr.
mrnt lu issue new bonds in lieu of the ones
deposited, on which are written or printed the
vf rllficale of ihe proper officers of the ..bank
denoting ihe uiposes for which the bonds
were deposited, and it shall be Ihe duty of the
minister of finance to cancel the bonds so giv
en up in exchange for new ones
Sec. 1 7, The plates and diet lo be prncu
ed by Ihe minister of finance (or the prinlUg
of circulating notes tliall remain under hit con
trol and direction, and the eipenset necessarily
incurred for the manufacture of the plate and
diet and the printing of the ncet axle! aji other
eipenset incidental thereto, vhallbe ptaWotti
of the proceeds of ihc taxes or dull Irrlal oa
on and collected from the rrtrmritti)i('Md(
tWpravvtioaofiUi ci. Ax! is litHi af all
taxes imjiosts and licenses now, or hereinafter
to beleviul the siid Hawaiian Nitionaal Ilink
shall pay or ciuse lo be paid into the treasury
annually a tax of one er centum on the aver
age iniount of circuiting notes delivered to
said bank and outstanding, according to the
records of the tteisury department. Provided
lhal nothing in this act shall exempt the real
estate belonging to the cororatioii from being
taxed to the same estcnl as all other real estate
in the kingdom,
.Sec. IS. The king and privy council, byn
order directed to the minuter of finance, may
designate the corporation mentioned in this
art as a dei.Kisit.1ry ol public moneys under such
regulations as may lie prescribed and it may-
lie employed ai the financial agent of Ihe
government ; and it shall perform all such reas
onable duties as depositarys of public moneys
and financial agent of Ihe government as may
be required of it. And the minister of finmce
may require of the corporation such security, by
ihe deposit of Imnds or otherwise, for Ihe safe
keeping and prompt payment of the public
money and for Ihe faithful performvnee of its
duty as financial agent of the government as
the king and privy council by an order may
Sfc. 19. If Ihe corporation shall fail to re
deemln lawful money, any ol Its circulating
notes upon demand duty mide at lis place of
business during the usual business hours, the
holder may cause the same lo be protested, in
one package, by a notary public unless the
president, vice-president or cashier in willing,
waives demand and notice of ptotest. The
notary making such protest or Ihe iarty mak
ing such demmd and receiving such notice of
protest, may forward such protest or admission
to the minister of finance. Upon the receipt
of such protest or admission the minister of
finance shill proceed to enquite into the mai
ler, and if satisfied of such failure to redeem
Its circulating notes, he shall formally give no
tice to Ihe corporation that afier that date It
shall not be lawful for it lu issue any of its cir
culating notes. If Ihe said corporation shall,
within ninety days from Ihe date of receiving
such notice from the minister of finance make
provision for and redeem all of its circulating
notes that may have been demanded, and the
minister of finance shall be satisfied that such
Is the case, he shall withdraw Ihe notice given
to it, and the business shall continue the same
as If no default hid been made.
PmiJtJ, that if satisfactory proof shall be
presented to the minister of finance Ihit ihe
payment of such notes is restrained by any
courl of competent jurisdiction, lhecnroratlnn
shall be exonerated from Ihe charge of default
Sec. 20. At Ihc expiration of ninety days
after giving notice of non-payment of notes as
is provided in the preceding section, Ihe min
ister of finance shall cause an examination to
be made, and if satisfied thai Ihelnink has re
fused or neglected to redeem its circulating
notes alter legal demand has been made, and
is In default, he shall within ninety days there
after, declare Ihe bonds, deposited and pledged
by the kaid corporation, lorfeited lo the gov
eminent, and the same shall thereupon be forj
feiteil. And thereupon the minister of finance
shall dispose of so many of such bonds as may
be necessary to redeem the circulating notes
outstanding, either at public or private sale,
at a price not less than the par value thereof,
after giving ninety days notice by publication
in two newspapers published in Honolulu in
Hawaiian and English. And he shall receive
in payment of such bonds when sold, the cir
culating notes of the corporation at par, or
other lawful money ol the Kingdom, and out
of the surplus money arising from such sale or
sales he shall redeem the circulating notes still
J'rwiJeJ, that il the corpoiation shall deny
that it has refused to redeem its circulating
notes when demanded, it may at any time ap
cnjoin turtner pruceenmgs-mTne preim-.,
such court, after citing ihe minister of finance
lo show cause why further rroceeUlug sliall
not be enjoined, and after the decision of such
couil, or the finding of a jury, that she corpor-
tlon has not neglected or refused to redeem its
circulating notes when legally presented, In
the lawful money of the kingdom, shall make
an order enjoining the minister of finance or any
officer acting under his direction, from all
further proceedings on account of such alleged
.Sec. 21. The lawful money mentioned in
this act shall be taken and held to be the gold
and silver coins of the Hawaiian Kingdom,
and the gold ami silver coins of the United
Sfc. 22. If, for any reason, the corporation
desires lo disincorporate and wind up its
affairs, it may present a petition to the minister
of the interior, together with a certificate
selling forth lhat, at a meeting of the stock
holders, called for thai purpoac, it was decided
by a sole ol three-fourths or more of the
stockholders to dissolve and disincorporate the
corporation, which certificates shall be signed
by Ihe presiding officer and secretary of such
meeting. The minister shall enter such peti
tion and certificate of record in his office, and,
after thirty days' notice by publication in
Hawaiian and English in two newspapers
published in Honolulu, shall proceed to con
sider the same, and, when satisfied lhat Ihe
vote certified has been duly taken and that all
debts due by said corporation have been paid
and discharged, he shall declare the corpora
Sec. 23. Unless other persons are ap
pointed by tome court of competent juris
diction In pursuance of due process of law, Ihe
directors uf ihe corporation al the time ol Ihe
dissolution shall continue to act as trustees of
Ihe stockholders, and have full power la settle
and wind up Ihe affairs of the corporation and
distribute Ihe proceeds among the stockholders
Slc. 24. ThU act shall lake effect and be
In force from and alter its passage.
If you want to lie politically rlglil, read the
Ilousekecuers, tlont you want tome lllnghatn
boies ? If so, call on Castle & Cooke.
If you want a Remington Sewing Machlna
for $35. $4 or $4S 8 Castle & Cooke,
There will 1st an election on Monday June
1st at tht house of Mechanic Engine No i,
for chief, first and second engineer.
The annual meet lug of Hie Mission Child
rens Society, for tht election of officers, will
e held this evening at tht V, M, C, looms
Mr, Chailetl. Fishtl etuectt to arrive by
Ihe City of Paris, a large astoittuent ol Jrtseysj
not of the famous bovine species, but of the
equally famous ladles' garments.
Mr. John V. McDonald of ihe City Shoeing
Shop has Invented a very light botie shoe for
the race track. It b Intended to takt off the
(raining shoe on tht morning of iht races
and put on this plate shoe.
The open fed hand forming pan of tht arr g
of Iht l'iovincts of Ulster, in Irelandcoin,
neanorale Iht daring of O'Ncile. a bold ad
venturer who vowed lo lay th first to touch live
ilMM of litvbind. Finding the boai In which
kt was rowed oututipped by others ht cut oi
hit hand and iussg It 10 h sahtart lo iwaty it,
aaaakmal tawk ial adaaaa. au.lr atea
twawatfsj tawsawaats safF aarsjpe, saswas,
ItoNou li , Mav yt, 18S4
The difficulties of the currency question, totttier
wiih Ihe increasing rales of ttchanse, U r-resstnK the
reriJexfntnueslion home lo many minds and in almosz
,ery case reported, U Is tn support of retting upon a
Kotd basis as soon as possible. A resolution war Intro
duced into the As-embly on the etth Instant by th
chairman of thecunency commtnee, and passed with
out opmitinn, requesting ihe Cabinet to rescind Its or
der foe Ihe collection of dunes in told after June isi,
until ihe currency hills now before the house had been
considered and acted upon.
One effect of Ihe notice of collecting duties in gold af.
ter this moiMh has been to hasten th payment of duties
on a lamt iiianlilyof goods and Ihluort in lunid, the
parties d-eimng II wiser to lose the interest thereof lhan
lo pay the piemliim on gold when it would be tequtred
IXKal business remains Inactive, and the prospect
ahead of us does not ptomive an early relief 1 he win
clpat event of the week was the n davs trade sale of
I II Daiies K Ca, by K P. Adams. Il was planned
for three days, but the condition of trade hardly war.
ranted its continuance
Ihe SpK.1, from lliemen. Is Ihe only foreign artieal
uf note for the week. She brings a valuable assorted
Europe cargo lo Messrs. Hukfeld A Co., but hat
made a long voyage 1 n v hllmore Is al hind with
further supply of coal
Dei arluret for Ihe week hate len few. The bulk of
freight nml a large passenger list goes forward lo-sliy by
Ihe Alameda for San Francisco.
Merchant Vessels Now In Port.
Sire WllllAw H sILACr, llrown lint Ilk
Aaaie Caavea. Pendleton , Am bk
CoissriFl Lo, Cousin,.,!. ......,, Am bgthe
ALA M una. Alone...,,,...,,,,, ,..,. Am a s
Usui air, Wilson., ...Am tern
Krmio, Howard .,,, .Niche.
-Srica. Schafer .... , tier bk
CO Viiitmo, Calhonn ., Am bk
Vessels Uipected from Foreign Ports
, .. n.. , ... .
i.ivrnn-in. itrii ok, V.IAN liRANT.. Wilson
I rue June 5 to.
IIostos, Am U. Amv 1 lumen Newell
uue June 1 3 v mewer lo-, ugtnt.
MlcnoNrsiA, Am. bglne MoantNO Sta Railand
Due now. t O. Hall A Son, Agents.
UvropwiL, llrlls. . Cirvnr I'Alln,. Ihead
DueMayfs-10,1; V Macfarlane 4, Co, agents.
Naw Casilk, N S V, Am bk UlLLAau Ml'Uj.rr,
Slaplcv leading .Mchalth. rider K Co, Agenls
jAltilT, Hawachr Kaliina. .Cosell
Due now. A I' (.'ml,. ,ni
I.ivr-Rruol., Hill bk Vakuna
IrfMdine Marrli in.
San l-atNcrscu, Am Lklne tliscnvRRV .
Due .May jj vu. HacWeld Co. Agents.
San I-rancisco Am. Iktne. rila, Howe, due M.
9S-SO. LI lttewee .ti (.l. Ap.ni.
l"oT foHHshKii, Am lern Kicmsiok.
Due .May j-j,. llder & c-o, Agenlv
Port I.ui.k, Am bk Atalani-a
Due Mav ts-io. Ha, kfrl.t Jk fn A.....
Port I.lioiuw, Am Lk htiFRAii Caller
Due June i-e, Haclfeld Co, Agenrs.
Hrkukh, HawbkC K llisnoe. . . . Wallers
Due, August io.it. Haclfeld & Co, Agenlv
Nrw Castlf, N h W, Ami to.
1 oading April 14 Agenls,
Port Hi amllv, Am bkine Amklia Newliall
Due May aj-10. Allen it Kobinson, Agents.
San f rani IM.11. Am s Mariimsa Howard
Due June 9 WO Irwin Si Co, Agents.
nciNoe.or.fi, Hiitbk .Mount I kranon Nelson
leading March 10.
Port IIUkFiv, Am liiine Courtnfv roan.. Miller
(For Ivahiitiil V
San Francisco. Am lern Fhma Claudina
leading Mas- tt ifor Hil.vV
HuMKotiir, Am schr llA Sviinaurr.
For Kahului. due Mav tt -m.
San I- rancisco, Ilnl a Australia Ohrst
Due June 14 Hackfeld Co, Agenrs
Sviinrv, ilrii 11 Zkaianma Webber
Dae June I Hackfeld A Co, Agenls.
llUMholnr, Am tern f-.VA Wikeinan
Due , Lcwers 1 Couke, Agents
I oar- Oamflf. Am tern John Anoirson Hyrnan
Loading May la.
Kilauaa llou, Mm, Sears, from Kahului
Maim. ch. from ljun, mu .
Luka. tch, from Koholalele.
fsinau. srm, King, from Hiloand way ports .1
R'nyjo, Nlc bk, Howard, ftoin Newcastle,
Iwalani, slm, Cameron, from Koloa and Wai.
Jennie, tch. from Kauai
sell, from Waiinie
Waiehu. sch. from Mahln
C K Unl, op, Mm, Davis, from llamakua
Nellie Merrill, Kh, from Uhalna ,
Mary E Foster, sch, from Hanamaulu .
Waimalu, sch, from Koloa .. ,
bpica, Cer bk, Schafer, from Ureniei,
C O Wliitmorc, Am Ik, Calhonn, from
parluie Hay .
Lmma, sch, from Heeia
iennie Walker, sch, from Ookala
,en Slegel, sch, from KooUu
las Makee, slm, l-reeriian, from Kauai
kawailanl, sch, from Koutau
KekauluoM, sch, from Hanalei
Klslnore, Am bk Jenks, for Roval Koadl II C.May 9,
Nearer. An. I.L lnl.. r ti... n ' -
,s" vi. jen.i,
Am bk, Rob
for Port Town.
Kitsap, Am bklne, Ryder, for Port luwntend.!
MoL.llll .,M Vl.-!. ...... ... L--..I
Mokolu, Aim, McGregor, lur KooUu
..-u.a i,iu, ,3c4rs, iur rsanuiul. , ,,
."? ""' Lorenren. for Molokal and Hana..
rsiiauea llou. Sears, for Kahului.
slelrie Merrill, sch, for Lahaina.. ,
Luka, sch. for Kolialalele . .
W'aloii, tch, for Hana . ,
Maria, sch, for Honoruu .
Lhukai. tch, for Waialua.... .,,
Liholiho, M.11, for Nawtliwili ..,...,.
Waimalu, sch for Koloa
Malalo, sch, Goodman, for l.aupahoehoe
Mala), Am bklne. Carter, for Royal Roods.
BC. . .
Jennie Waller, tch, for II1I0 ,
per Spica, May
it, R. Poppe, C,
From firemen, per Spica. May aft Hackfeld Co.,
760 loiu coal, 3,130 pkt piano, toap, dry goods, hard,
ware and groceries ; Philips & Co, aid pkgt, dry goodt,
sardines and paper ; llollschUegtr h Cu. 601 ct tplrilt,
403 pkgs beer, grbecrret, pianos and clothing j Catholic
.Mission, 6 ct goods ; Dr. Slaugenwald, 6 ct apparatut;
G. W. Macfarlane & Co, 300 ct tplrils ; E. Miller, a ct
erTectt; H. F. Glade, 4 ct trTccli , Scluefer Co, 414
pkgt groceries, winet and rndte ; Order, $13 pgt indse;
and 1 pkgc 10 address.
From Newcastle, N S W, per Renujio, May 33060
tons coat 10 C Jlrewer k Co.
From San Francisco, per Alameda. Mae aa Ddltrur.
ham & Co, 1 iron safe, al pkgt hardware, 370 pkgt
feed; A. Mclncrnv, J pkgt tod apparalnt; C'r)tral
Kuda oils, 4 pkgt toda apparatus I R. Grieve, bbl
priming in. 3 pugs lypt, pkgt paper; J. flshel, a
iAies fancv eoodt. a ca. mdhnerv - Hem. n Inftlnr
ct till loners J LvcanajCo.,s ca fancy goods, ao ca
furniture; llnoop at Co., I ct clocks, O. W, Macfar-
,ai,v ss, 1 o uciting, an paga beer, I ccigar Hglitcrt,
as bat baking powders, 30 ct potatoes ; la ca onions, 44
out, pai-ci , ,si psas nour aim. leeu
Dkilt Hour and feed ! Hots-Jutti imn
Workt Co. 3 ct packing j C.Huslace, 46 it crackart,
30 ct meal : I, M. Oal Jr. Co, 6 pkgt tiationeiy ; S.
M Carter Co, 5, bit fish, so Ut hay; Simpon, j
r.kgt gat machine ; J. Williams k Co., 3 ct frames ;
Levey Co., jj pkgt groceries 1 Ho'litler & Co.. 11
pkgt drugs; Mrs, Is. Singer, 461 pkgt flour; K. P.
rraier.46 pkgt grocenett C, fc. Williams, ij pkg,
furniture : Conn Ca. 1 ct drs-wi. . tr s. A .
bium Co-, Ij pkgs dry goodt, boors, thoet, and ink ;
Mclntyre llro., 406 pkgt groceries; Kennedy Co.,
I so pkgt groceries, jo tkt potatoes, 1 1 tkt udont ; Cat
lie Cooke, jo kbit talmon, yy) pkgs salmon, feed and
hardware-, Hupp & Co.. u ca furriituii; tlentoo,
imuh k Co. a c drugt; T. (1. 1 hrum, I pkgt uanon-
r,y ., jyy, . j,,y Co., lo pkgt groceries t Lain.
'i'V h.Y' ,l' o. I Pkg hard
ware; J. . W.lerhouse, 130 pkgt groceries, a pkgt
buggy complete, ao pkgt furniture, 3 ct dry good.
McUhetneyiaSon . 713 pkgs grocerlei; D!.ido, si
pkgt Iron and hardware; Irwin Co, pkgsgrocaris
7S Pkgt salmon, bran and bar av: ia,.,;.ll,r ...
,. r,. ....... . . r-fc... " -' - rr ,
.hoetj Macierlane Co, 3op.g, ,; ll.ml.,0n'.Jh7,
son. 300 tkt flour, ao ct dry goodt; PmUlai rilT
If .L. Mn.,r
47 Pkes croseric
I. sV ."' P'.s.gr-eeriea; K
"""j S " M "''Mrs, o tf funue"
0..; Well.. Fargo Co, .. pkcj, ,i'Pe.i T
jpkgt; 4. pkgt to tundry adjeesaet, and a.eoa
Chinese nrmi s,-ve
All parnaa desirous of securing Ihe terrlcet uf Jap
anete contract UUa-trt under the auspices of Hut Hoard
of Immigration, ere lutU.d lo inform the President of
the Uowd In writing, at at surly a day at convenient of
tint number and class of laborer! they require.
Il it understood that ibrte Imuiigruu, on arital will
be ready lol eider Into an engagement tut teirlca lot
iLreajytataalTeiilUlartpsr moidh for males, aadbli
IK.LU. ptr auaolb le (.males, with food and lodging
for plaolalkaa laborers, and rifleau Pollan per mouth,
and found for doauastic servants.
The first draft of ihle Imralgraltea it etpouej to
arrive te, all neat beptctebet,
CIIAS. T, OULICK,
MUutttr of tbe Interior and President U the Boasrd
luerioe Oitue, May 30, 1M4.
Wednesday, the tub day U June, the Coaaoweroora
lion ol KaBearumaha I, will be oUe,ed at a psiblic
Hobday, and all Gotwruaveiit Olrkaa Ibrssvubtxi iL.
Kingdom wlU be iloted. '
CIIAS. T OVtlcit.
Minister uf the Inter'..
.M.(M.si u, ixraaue, atgy la, IH4.
James II. K UJsI u, tl,i. J,, gjyalwed Dituk.1
jtugeiM Udeeunjior ine liturlciof Ka.elhau,, JsU-J
.am iOUQMQN NAAUAO,
Actio Cmatntar of KaataJ,
S. R. Hapuku, F , Is Ihis day appointed District
Judge for the District of I ihoc, Island of KauaL
Acting (lovemor uf Kauat.
OlTVre Governor of Kauai, Llhue, .May to, Ilia
A few pair of slightly damaged (Horn, It cu, A
new stock of Indies' Hati opened to day
''! CIIAS.J. FISHFL,
Messrs. II 11. Prluger and J. C Muger, Jr. hare
been admitted as silent partners 10 our firm tn place of
Mr J C I'lluger decaasod.
Hanolulu, .May to, Itt,
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MOROAOBB'S NOTICB OF INTENTION
Nonce It hereby gnen lhal, pursuant la a power of
sale contained In a certain mortgage deed, dated jane,
'.' ..'" mJ' , M" ' McKeaaue and John
McKeigue, her husband, of Honolulu. Oahu, t Mary
J Urown, of the ta-ne place, of rrstvrd lo the orBce o?
the Krgittrarof (onvevaocea, In LiVer 61, 00. vaasrs
)7' 3f, lo- and also contained In an additional
charge of mortgage dated July at, III, and recordetl
in 1 1 r li, on paget y6 and eoj, and alto In another
additional charge of mongage dared Oitober 31, III,
and recorded in Liber I) on pages il) and , and for
a breach or Ihe condition! in said montage deed and
(It. ..I.I ,Im..I .!..... .. . .... A" . . .
.... .uu..w.... ..,.,!. TOwainru, inar all and singular
Ihe lands, tenement! and hereditament! In said met
glge deed described and contained, will, after the lima
limited by law, be told at public auction on account of
the breach or the condition, as hereinbefore mennoaed,
1 he property in said mongage described being tila.
ate al Ihe corner of Hotel and Richard street., llano.
S ' ,J0,,1'J' "'"I mre particularly described In
..uj,.. 1 airm .so i.eii, containing an area of 61 lao
of an acre, and alto a piece of 1.11 tuuate on I lot el
ttreel. llnw.J.,1,. .C...!.l . it i t ....
-..., -. v.wu, mi aujoimng lite Boose
property, and more partlsularly described lo Ratal
Patent No. 17. MARV J BROWN,
"7 nci aiiwruri an iaa.1
AI.LX. I CARlWHIGIlr.
Cacti Urown, Al-orney for Mortgagee.
Honolulu, May 17, 1U4 lot-St
JUJRS. LAURA WARNKSS,
Mitt-trim and .VfKJaT,
;.vc) t, HKtxrA.vA srx;rr,
Honolulu, II. I,
pURNITURB AT AUCTION
At Ihe residence of A. O. ELLIS,
TavcassUjr, slue 3t, 10 A. K.
COTTAOK riAttO, OOOttAM .
Paintings, Fngratlngt and flooln,
Red koom Furniture,
' Dining Room Furakare,
Black Walnut Dining Table,
Fine Cut Glassware ami Cutlery.
Fit, Fie, tic., Etc.
F P. ADAMS. Auctions.
fyTORTG AGUE'S NOTICB OF SALE.
Itv Order nt An, on!.. I I .L
... -V... , . -V """ n mortgagee namea
inacettain Indenture of mortgage daledlhe
ijth Jay efAueuit, tSSt.
made bv John R. Silea and Nakil.u hit wife. Fulaloi
.1 ,.. V . " "' ;"u . oreacn or ine 00.
dtlioniof tald mongage, I am directedlo tell afpubUc
TUF.SDA Y, WNK M. jSSj. at n.
At mv salesroom In Honolulu Ihe fallowing pieces or
parcels of land t
Tl , . . .....
1 1 .1 " ,f"V ft."""1 "'"M uale at Wai
lele, Manoa, Itland ofOahu, being the tame described
n Royal Patent No. tyi, Kuleana llelu im,rta!
talng an area of ;j-ioo of an acre.
Z: S"" .." "" .. Mnoa aoee.
Zl 1 11 ST ", . ""' raient no 1507, Kule
ana II. lu ,;jg containing an area of 1, 7o-riicrJs7
','7 "","' P w anu tiiuate at Manoa afore
SS""""" uetcrlbevl in Royal Patent No.
45.6 and containing an area of 36 10-100 acres.
Tt... ... ....
. .-. im.in p,ece 01 land at Waitele, MCaa afoee,
said, being the tame more palticularlv awui s,
Kojal Patent No i.l.cc.alnlni.Ldr.l;
Tlial l-acrt-kira rs.asa. f t.i .-
Rotataen X,T,V .fSSmL Ar"
- .-......., aH area of 34 aCret.
RosaTPatrntN.i .Va..-V-l.r-ii.irvrrr r...,..
. ... .j ....,. ,,. utii. coniaiaatar
an area of 30-100 acres.
Walanae. Itland of Oahu, aforesaid, being the 'tajne
more particularly described In Royal Patent No. mi,
Kuleana llelu H4, containing an are oft acres, s
...V- """ piecrt ca una situate at aiaharairM..
. 11 A I ' P . 01 ian,i tiiuate al Kamoillili, Wai
kiki, Uanu, aforesaid, containing an area of 1 and
Alto, all iheir right, tide an 1 interest In the Hal
Aim q kapalduahtne at Manoa afunuldt du ...
head of call I. more or lett, branded PaC. and mooing
al Manoa aforesaid, ( pair working oaen, o head St
cattle more or lest, branded K tunning at said Manoa.
so Irorses. mares and mix l.kal n.r -
- , . -.;i .-"-, "-. as., au s oorses,
u-anded Ct, at said Manoa; alto 3 bullock cant, I
r"T V vn""i ? 'so a certain lease made by
Simon Kaal attorney In fact of Rulh Kwlikol.nl. I.
lolin R. Sllva. dale.! I.tlu ... .-., ,-a i-
llr 61 on paget ao5 and too. roe farther paniculate
aptuvto S: p Aliitfu a..iTiI
Or tn Ckcil Ilaow N, attorney foe mortgagee.
JkTOTICE OF REMOViVL.
11 "'ST .A. 1ST BROH.
I THEIR PLACE Or BUINESS js
Xo. Ha QUEEN HTMKET,
Ntitdoer oW(G Irwin, ft C.
Thanking; the public foe ihal Lka..i ... a 1.-
tl.e patl sosrenteea years, ihey trill do litalr Waal lo r
ale, the same at their new arete. lla-tei
PirVHIMI AKU .V..ALSU M
Cot. Kino and Nuuanu Sh.,,.,.. . Hojuhviu
afttlvt. (kttaiU kv .waesyv Jafeat.e.ue.
P.O. Boa 130. ,. TeletaVaaasataaw
HE MONTAOUB HANOI
FOR SETTINO IN BUCK.
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