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ADVHRTISINO MATflS IN 1'KHSS
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llit twr when ordered In. or no tKitlre will I taken t(
Ihem The rate of rharir or etven In the above
Kale, and temhUtHM fur R-tMrrrt American AiUmtVe
menu, or tiibMrlptlon nny t made hy bank liutt,
torn or iwiai mine? oruerk
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lton .1 trifi, .f.f;i iimt ttump finut
HrtluhnH In UnUuKtt,
Kirn It not lltiisnlt.in Tor Invat hut
wonder It I not. If cine slmi'M subtrtct from
Koiu Iti (il. I, mlilillc nirrit atul yowiR liv.i, In
houses, III trees nml lit l.itilun.i liuslies, I line
wuul.ln'l.lx riiutiRli nf Kmm left lo start a nio
palcli, I any Hill with nil respect. I like
kona its iwnplc, Id finite, It lanilicitpi! nml
tome uf li ililnVtn" wntcr t but I shouldn't
like to be It assessor, unle I were " In with
the government j" for I don't think a cornel
riitlum imwr coulil find enough nr.ilile I.iml
In the whole iliitrlct to justify him In in.iV.itif; it
Ami yet nml now I feci rciionably sure lo
be foi(jIven ami )ct Kcim U a fcilllc ilistilcl,
prolific In man) prrxlticti ; itch In numberless
tiouibllilles fortunate In climate ; ntul tlcipStc
the contraillctlon, fortunate In hi toil.
It It true that Kona haj an Iniufliclcnt rain
fall to Insure perennial stream or etcn peren
nial springs, except In a few, liolateil spoil.
It is true that the black blight nml the uhitc
blight, the lanlana, ami various other vege
table, animal anil mineral annoyance", hate
devastated the Kont orange groves, illtcour
ageil Its cofTcc growers j nml sent many n
stout'lieaitetl settler In the right-about tilth
kcant courtcsv atut tinpltjlng rigor. Hut I
think that n rlgbt ciimbltiatioii of capital ami
lilnir may jet make Kona blossom as the rote.
Kcv. J. 1). 1'arls lohl me, in moil sober
tones yet ttithn roguish twlnkh- in bis eje,
that the Kona folks call the lantana "the mis
sionary vtceil." Mr. Paris brought It lo Koin
some ten or more years ago, nml made a hedge
of It, The birds have seeded Kona with it ;
as the cattle seeded witli algeroba the Mnkiki
"plains" In Honolulu. I am told though I
hope my infoimints exaggerate that over
1 0,000 acres of Kona'a best land ire practl
cally worthies? tu-day because of lantana,
Mr. Paris himself Is a chief suffcrei.
The white blight Is the curse of Kona, It
Is the parasite mentioned in a Knlinla teller,
the same little bug familiar to etery Honolulu
strawberry buyer. It has ruined what might
have been one of the hncst orange orchards in
the world, planted almost n generation ago by
Mr, II. N. Grcenwcll, Knua's largest land
owner. Conflicting stories arc told of the
ravages 5f the white blight ; but most of my
Informants agree that it and the ant 2m com
panions and that it nnd its fellows arc prob
ably spread by ants, ltcry tort of fruit Is
attacked by it oranges, coflec ami mangoes,
11104 ; lunanas, papjias and alligator pears,
Kona fruit is good, abundant and widely
extended. Mangoes, papaias and bananas
grow wild by the thousands. From the time I
left the Kiholo clinkers until I reached Hro
kena, three days later, I had tasted ohas,
papaias, oranges, passion fruit, guatas, cocoa
nuts, bread fruit, bananas, peaches, figs,
prickly pears and rose apples. Mangoes,
atocados, uhias, chcrimoyas and pine apples
were not in season. It was too late for the
liest oranges, they told me ; but I had some
cuccllcnt ones ; nnd some delicious baking
bananas. The tellow passion fruit, which I
Jsttcd In Kona for the lint time, is n fruit that
ought lo be more extensively grown in Hono
lulu. It is easily cultivated ; its tine Is a
splendid climber, needing onty shelter to make
one of the most acceptable veranda tines we
hva to say nothing of its fruit, than which I
know nothing more tnouth-melttng.
Kona coffee may not lie world-famous but
it well deserves to be. Mocha coffee is no
better, nor is that ol Cnlima or Tepic. The
berry or the best smt is small and rounded,
the division almost closed. I rode through
five miles of almost continuous coffee gardens,
most of them deserted. All were In bloom
and some of the trees were in berry. No
dilnter flower than the coffee blossom lay ever
on Flora's bosom. No more brilliant emerald
than the young leaves of the coffee shrub was
ever turned out of Nature's work shop from
either the vegetable or the mineral department.
Ilut.lt is Idle to pluck coffee blossoms and
carry them in strong sunshine ; their creamy
whiteness turns to chocolate brown, almost
while you arc looking at them. If jou would
send coffee flowers to your lady lote, U gallant
leader, cull them by wan moonlight, when th'
air is chill ; or when you may wrap their stems
around a damp sponge without prejudice to
I am sorry to record that I did not tee the
finest of trw Kona woods. Mr. Grcenvvel has
I am told a forest, chiefly of koa trees,over
6,000 acres in extent. Some of these trees
must lie superb. They rise without a branch
lo such a height that native canoes 7 fathoms
long are made from them ) and sometimes of
such circumference that six men, joining hands,
can scarcely encircle them. The estate of the
Ut Mrv Bishop Is said lo own some splendid
koa forest t which I hope may lie carefully
conserved 1 and, If cut at all, cut sparingly
and with a view lo if reproduction, For
tunately for Its forests, cattie raising has not
hail full swing In Kona. It is beginning its
lata) match, however. Since I was In Kona I
have tact an old resident of that district who
pays a handjoue compliment to the stock
caitiac jadgtaMM of Father Pails as Kcv. I,
I), Pari It called. He sats that when the
okl gentleman managed the Paris ranch he was
able o drive in a numcruus herd of stock with
ingle helper. He used neither lasso nor
dug, neither guns nor bullock hogs. Hit
cattle were tame) his cows were handled at
calves and milked asheifert) Winters were
Wyken lo the yoke, and unafraid. Some of
those cattle men whose bullocks arc no tamer
than boCslots aaav lake a cue from this.
I stayed lit Kona too short a time to tee Its
bow laad, or lo meet half is people, Hut I
aaw last laad where Judge Hail f Kohala had
uttct a paying cane plantation and I saw the
when once nouriuung orange orchards
kUlfd by blishl, broken down br
oWtW or choked t death by lanlana. I saw
to tatWy aw that Kona had once
a fault uotwlatkia 1 and thai It nuv
M atiMort osm qithe a Uhk, it the rUhl steps
aa Uliatt, atV the tight eHotis made at the
jjattia. aVittJaeplwuiloaivttetB can never
tightly develop Kona, II mutt be developed1
by family lalmr, owning or having life Icato of
Nothing I mw In Kona nothing I have
teen In the kingdom hat given pip greater
pleasure than a brief visit InlhclHrtiiling scli'Hil
for Hawaiian girls, kept hy Kcv, and Mrs, S.
II, Davit In Ninth Kona. I tike etpeiial Milt
faction In recording the iuleicsl It awakened,
the delight It give, Ix-cautc my esperle lire hi
fully confirms what watsald In the school's
ptalic, a )ear ago, by the llien retiring presl
dent ol" the Minion Children' Society, lr. N,
II, Kmersnii nnd iiccaute I am able In char
mteilicat false and cowardly an nrinnviiious
nllaek uion Ihcichool which recently apjuarcd
In the columns of a nintenipornry
ChrlitCliiircli'lloirdlng .School for Hawniiin
Cllrls Ita creiht lo I Itwalllo the Island nnd
to the kingdom, When 1 vltltcd It the school
had 17 pupils, ranging in nge from e, In IS
)eois. Mr, and Mrs. Dtvlt and Miss M. K.
Kahaulelin arc the only teachers. No tervaiils
rite rinplii) til about Hie pltce. The cooling,
cleaning, washing and mending arc done by
the pupils under Mrs, Davis' supervision. I
cum testify th.it each of the four kindi of work
it well done. I went through the home
every room of it. Kitchen, store rooms, re
feclnr), school room, parlor, conservatory,
dormitories were all scrupulously neat, all tit-
linctive, nil hoiupdlkr, 1 saw the little ones
w.xihlng clothes, making bread la) lug on
the liwn. They went brlghl-cvcd ami happy
nl both woik and pliy. They were liclng
trained lo better tiuriHise linn Hawaiian
I'lilldrrii aie often mined; ami Ihe tight
wit IhmIi stiinulating nnd suggestive. I
remained lo tea J and nte some brunt of Ihe
Children's making. I never tailed belter ) I
believe no belter was ever made.
As I write I Inve before inc n photograph
of Ihe school ntjhey looked iSvenrsago. Hare,
lonorn, ummproveii ami tin iiomciikc. un
the same card (ire pictures of each building at
it now looks, surrounded by trees nnd llowcrs
and trim law n. The little church yard Is the
prettiest I have seen on the itlandt. It puts
our Honolulu church vards to the blush. Per
haps I gush. So shall you, O honest reader,
if )ou will visit Kona.
I should not build so much on whit I my'
self saw if it was not borne out by the test!
mony of several unprejudiced observers, who
have seen It from time to lime dining the put
eight cars. Mr. Davis is an untiring worker;
an Ingenious mechanic ; it bom horticulturist ;
an earnest and unselfish man. Ills helpers urc
able assistants in the good work, When 1 say
" (!ol prosper Ihcm," there will be many to
It is worth mentioning that Mr. Davis lias
tried the experiment of unking guava jelly for
sale in Honolulu, lie makes nu excellent
article, kept on silc by May & Co. Hut the
experiment Ins not been pecuniarily successful
'except in a snnll way. California fruit
jellies are in the market at prices that guava
jelly makers cannot compete with.
Mr J, D. Ackcrman of North Kona, in
conjunction with Mr. W. Muller, tried putting
up pine apples : but did not make .1 success of
it pecuniarily although the fruit was consid
ered well preserved by nnny experienced
caterers who tasted it the mamger of the
Palace Hotel, San Francisco, being reiKiited
is saying that Mr. Arkerman's pine apples
made the finest table fruit he had ever tatted.
Thousands of acres In Kona might successfully
be cultivated in pine apples; and if the enter
prise of canning them were fairly started and a
market once secured it ought to pty. One
manifest advantage it that pine apples reiiffii
no sugar to preserve them guavas needing
their weight in sugar, for jelly.
Mr. (irecnvvell has the leading general mer
chandise store in Kona and owns land and,
lease galore. Mr. Charles Hull is .1 good
honc shocr as Sooner's hoofs bears witness.
Mrs. Vales and Mr. Todd keep Ixiarding
houses that are deservedly praised by those
who patronize them. Mr, Ackerman has
model dairy and stock farm, Mr. J. D. Paris,
Jr., as a stock ranclie. Dr. II. O. llaker is
responsible for the physical health of the dis
trict, Kcv. S. It. Davis and Kev. Stephin
Desha being in part responsible for its spiri
tual well Uing. .Mr. Desha's principal church
is at Naiopoo, Kealakeakua Hay j at which
place the service of the Knglish E iscopal
Church is read every Sunday by Mr, Sala, an
older brother of (ieorgc Augustus.
I hurried through Kona, slighting its mo,t
famous localities. I passed the famous city of
rcugc at Hunaunau almost at a gallop, hurry
ing on lo catch the Hall at Hookcni. I saw
Cook's monument at Kaawaloa, two week's
later, on a second lril lo Kau, I picked up a
pebble lhat lay at the liase of the shaft, and
plucked a pod from a mimaio tjiat shaded lis
(wdestal. Then, also, I.garcd up at the
" clifit of the dead " and stood in fancy among
the thronging warriors on the blood stained
beach. Hut unless I am fortunate enough lo
return, with leisure on my hands and scrip in
my purse, I shall always feel that I have
created myself, in my Kona journeying! out of
the best of this lovely and historic region.
K. S. S.
Kahuku, Kau, March 27, 1SS5.
I. S. To mike date and heading harinon.
lie, be it known thai Sooner and I rode on Ihe
Hall from Hookcna to Kaalualu, Thence I
rode to Kahuku, where that prince of hosts,
Gv-orge Washington Calhoun Jones dispenses
his abundant hospitality.
At the annual meeting of the llritlsh Hene-
volent Society on the 23d ItMant, at the rooms
of the llritlsh Club, a good attendance of
members was present lo listen to the reports
and to elect officers for ihe ensuing year, The
treasurer repotted 115 memlicrs, contributing
74-75. i the year, and $593.75 received
from hospital tax, which, with Ihe balance on
band latt viar, gave a total Income of $2,314.
47. The excnditurcs for the same period
hate been t for relief of twenty-two persons
$1,004.20 and advertising $5, a total of
of $1,609. 20, leavinga balance on hand of $714,,
87, As staled by the Press last week the
vaiioug officers were all re-elected, as were
also the members of (he relief committee. A
committee of nineteen was appointed to
arrange for a celebration of Queen Victoria's
birthday by a Iwll, aalast year, "unless by
reason of public events it ijhould be the
opinion of the ofliceu that some olher method
of Celebrating lie adopted."
Following the spell of rain last week, the few
succeeding evenings were delightfully cleat and
moonlight, ut the kind to lend themselves to
tidng or lulling parties with a fascination
thai few places in the world can cuual and
none can excel. During Monday evening a
remarkably defined halo surrounded the moon
for a considerable distance, a fact lh.it fed the
superstitious with the Idea lhat It )ioitcndcd
the approaching death of another high chief or
chicfi-ss. A similar occurrence is said to have
happened about the time ol Ihe death, of
Kamchauicha IV,, In 1863.
Il it a nutlet of great relief to learn thai the
disease which hat been making such havoc
among Ihe horses for tome months past It
abating, and hopes' we entertained thai it will
toon be stomped out entirely. Some of our
people have been very heavy lof-ett, both a to
value and the number of animals that had to
TIM "JtOIIXI.SU HT.IH."
,ln ,liMrri li)l 'l(irifii lllllow,
'I hi. follovlng poem, written by Mn. II. I'.
Dillingham and ri-iltcd by Miss May Dilling
ham nn Ihe nrcnslnn if Ihe celebration of the
arrival of Ihe fint Morning Star, which was
held hereon the evening of the Jjrd Inttml,
ami referred to in latt week's Pieti, at the
rrqurst of many frlrndt It hereby given a
more permanent lorm,
I'm etldpixr wtl.l nml dittnt,
Known ait I on every .-,
Mneli I'tt t-u t,f tvery nsilm
In my voynfttng tough sn,t free
Put nul simply f't my pleaime
Have I travelM u'er tde mtln,
Nut ImlrcJ f')rtfl,,li nmllvr
Srrl I ott llit i)ftp again.
Many lire !t mjt!e veiled
!.miMrletl ii(rti lltr urean wUe,
Which if lfl to calm anil tempesl,
Ne'er wuillit teath llit oilier tide
Without wtiitliaiu! wavet propilloui
All their toil wouM lie In vain,
'tit lcaiie they're weak anil liowelleii
I hl giiMe Ihem oer the main
tin my calm an I Murily toiom
Many veet Itava I Wlie
Steamer Rraml, and hohle clipper,
Craflt ly ocean tempestl WOHI
Vessels tiny, sloops ahil sehontif n,
UrUi arit IwirLt and frigate lartfe,
tjiajed each with cargoes tottty,
trom ihn steamer lo the harga.
Much Tee loved my irind v.-ratiou,
IavcU tlie cmnt that wllh lit satlej,
And I loua have liorue idem lafrly,
i'n irfitue my aid hat fade,l
'to conduit them wisely over
All lh reefs and treacherom tandi,
Helped Ihem ca( their anchor lately
In larth'a many tertite lands.
'I here walone I loved rhedeaie,!,
More ihan alt Ihe tea by far
For lien' wal a kity railing,
Twas the much loved " Motnttig Slar,"
Oft I Iwro th gentle nailer
On her miny trlnof love,
Spreading wide her mow while canvais
'Neath the pinions of ihe "Dovn."
Saw her hilled with ihotill of gtadneis
Ity ihe heathen irihes u wild
Knew they losed her wllh devullou
'I his dear missionary child.
Iang nnd faithfully we rtnversed
Ocennl' ever changing wallet
'I ill now duties chimed her presence,
Clivnged her tnme, her route, her laitei
Sid, I watched her form retreating
Westward, through Ihe sunset's .atc,
Dreaming not ihnl angiy lempesl,
Cliiet rocks, or cscloite't fate,
Might awall her graceful coming,
'lliing of life, with real replete,
Weekiand months ol arutuus waiting
Hrought no word of vojage comiletc.
Heavy hearted I no longer
Tanicd for the tsrdy news
Korth 1 hurried tnlo waters
t tiled with peril, there to lose
Kvery riace of theriiheil comrade.
Mouths were speul In useless seetdng,
lira her lost my heart would own,
Kte I turned my fooUteps hither
Whence her presence last has flown
Hut sweet comfort toadied my spirit,
And new life my pulses thrilled,
Kre 11 busy year had timed,
Came amethtr "Slar," lhat hllej
All ni) days with glad attention,
Voyaging to nnd fro, renewed
Watch and ward o'er ever) motion,
As her life work she pursued.
Hut ft diiy, too sad to mention I
Spread tier wings and sailed away
'litis dear bird of my attention,
On anJtfttr Tivire, In play.
Much 1 feared he'd not be careful
Of his burden us he ought,
And 1 dreaded lest his frolic
With much danger might be fraught.
So I followed In the distance,
Hoping thus to ward off harm
from the creature loved to dearly,
With my tried and trusty arm.
On they ftollced blithe and gaily,
Till their homeward course began,
1 hen I saw his fickle nature
Wearied with the race ihey ran
1 hen and there he left lier, fl utlng
On a very treacherous ride,
With a current inwsrd setting,
And ihe rtefs on every side,
How 1 strove to reach her, struggling
Through the waves that 'twixt us lay;
Was there ho out ntaria salt her?
Oh, lhat I should ce that day I
Hut the billows wild and lavage,
Heeded not my cries afar.
On the reefi they threw her rudely,
Wrtcktii my cfjattoul " Morning Star,"
Ah, my heart was sad and heavy,
I who long had tried with care.
All my duties lo hit truly,
Thus to leave my darling there.
Hut these )ears had not been idle
Distant fields show harvests vast,
And the calling, nobly followed,
Giandly Lieu in )ears now past.
Still was pleading for assistance
Pleading for a helper true.
That those lands so wrapped In darkness,
Might that darkness toon subdue.
Still Another "Slar" of promise
O'sr these waters came and went,
And my spirit humbled, chastened.
Still was filled with sweet content.
truly slid tnt bear the burden,
Joy and comfort e'er bestow,
Perilled oft, and oft escaping,
Still her beams more brightly glow,
'till the cruel rocks In triumph
HYm the prbe they long had etaved,
Seek lu ontnfh the itiaiiy Mia.Jlifkt
Neath the billows nobly braved.
Hark! the " Morning Slar" of nation
.Vrrer-rvM lo ut in night.
Though her rays are oft enshrouded,
f? IlimutfrolKtl the light.
In a setting larger, fairer,
Comes this lauteoui " Star" oncf mffrt.
Armed with power the, fee toroftywrr,
. Farthtrttt region! to explore.
Fledge I here my truest homage,
Watch and wud o'er windt and waves,
Ktery hour my closa attendance
Every care lhat danger saves.
Speed theel "Star" of song and story
Speed thee 1 ' Star " w llh sail and steam.
Till all isles reflect the glory
Of thy Hcavenl) saving beam,
Mains, not luid drenching rains that soak
the earth and with the surplus do damage to
all In their coutse excepting in one or two
locations but generous, copious showers have
Wen experienced throughout Ihe Islands during
the past ten days. The wind, for several
days, has lieen coquetting aiound the west
ward, something quite unusual for the month
ol April, but Inasmuch as the winter or fall
rains were light, this spell of peculiar spring
weather will be helpful throughout the plant,
log and grating districts as well as doing
Honolulu great good in storing our water
spiings with a summer supply, Hawaii is
delighted, Maul U in ccstaclcs, and Kauat Is
lifting her verdant mountain tops In gratitude
that Ihe rain clouds have kissed her at last In
filcndtol successful Island enterprises, as
well as stockholders in the Pala Plantation,
rejoice at the continued prosperity of that con
cern, and are pleased lo learn that It calls for
still larger sugar boiling capacity lo enable It
to care economically for Its cane. This kind
of success mutt be at nattering to Mr, E. M.
Walsh, the manager, as its management must
be la Ihe stockholders.
The luau and sale, of fincy articles lo lure
taken place this Saturday, at the Kawaiahao
Seminary, has been defrricd, owing to the
death of Queen Dowager tinmi, to May 16th.
Kohakuts look for the arrival of Kev. Mr.
Jordan, their new pastor, this month. The
parsossssge It being put in teadiucs.
The San I'l.tiirltci) Dramatic Company have
only appeared twice during ihe week, owing In
the death of Queen Knima and Ihe inclemency
of ihe wealhcr., t.ait Tuevlay evening Ihe
company presented Uncle Tom's f 'aliht In ft
riimfnilably filled hotite. Theihlraclcrs weie
well sustained throughout the ( ty. Mr J. P,
Kiilledge aclcil the part of Uncle T0111 very
creditably t Mill Minnie Voiing, ai Topiy,
rendered Ihe chataclcr exceeding!) well and
elicited continued applautc by tier agility I
Mitt M.lrlc Moore played ihe put of Utile Kvn
filily well for nil nmitciir 1 ihe mlivc melody
slngert did much licller Unit many people ex
pectcd and Mr. Iletger enlivened (he inter-ludes-wltli
lively airs which were well appre
ciated ns usual, Taking It all In all the !ay
and scenery were Imth good and Ihe audience
was welt pleasxt. (.at! night the Iroupc per
formed "Kcntuck,"n pliy draniilbcd especi
ally for Mr, Stetson, "Kcnluck" will be re
pealed this afternoon nnd evening and will
well rrpny lliose who sec It, Two race hones
will appear on the stage at both performances,
rldde.l by Honolulu jockeys. Popular prices
The Alimeda takes away ipille a large
passenger list, n number among them being
IuiHiilaiit personages who have been seeing
Ihe sights of the Itlandt and whom many of
our people have been delighted In honor,
1 here leaves lit also a long list of kamaainas,
tome for brief vlsltt abroad, ol licit for prob
ably n lengthened stay, Of the latter Is Mrs.
J. M, Damon, under the advice of her physi
cians, who goes for a change of scene and
climate, In over cine the nervous prostration
Induced by her recent heavy bereavement.
The deep svmpalhics and best withes of litis
community nccompiny her. Her sons, I'. W.
and I). C. Damon, go with her, and Ihclr
caily return is hoicd for with fully restored
health io Ihclr precious charge.
The attention rif the Press has lictti called
by a parly Interested cm the subject, lo an
Hem In a recent Advertiser, who wants to
know what to depend on, The paragraph
stales i "Mulberry trees three and four years
old will vlcld to the acre 50,000 pounds o1"
leaves enough lufeid 1 00,000,000 r.llk worms.'
Miss UossKcr's work that Is being rc-publlshcd,
In puis, on our fourth page, sa)s t An acre of
mulberry Irecs, of 200 In the acre, should pro
duce "5,000 iKiuiids suitable for feeding," and
ihese leaves should feed "140,000 worms."
This is a remarkable discrepancy.
The United Stales steam frigate Hartford,
Hag-ship of ihe Pacific squadron, under Ad
miral Upshur, arrived yesterday noon from
Valparaiso, 45 dajs p usage. On coining to
her moorings she gave the customary salute
which was replied lo by the shore oatlcry. It
is something ol a roincidencr that the Hartford
was here al K'tlli's obsequcs, and, if not
hastened by prior orders, will probably take
part In the oliscque of Queen Dowager Krnma.
At Fort-Street Church, lo-niorrow, usual
services at II A. M, In the evening, Mr.
Crtuan will deliver the fourlh of the scries of
lectures to young men. Subject : The Fast
Young Man. A general Invitation In all.
San Francisco records the arrival of 453
passengers from the Hawaiian Islands for the
month of March, against 47G departures.
Editor K. S. Smith Is expected back from
his overland tour, or circuit, of Hawaii by the
kinau this week.
Hilea, Kau, Hawaii, reports a rainfall of
nine inches in six days.
The old surf-iiders have mostly disappeared
from Hilo. On April 22nd., there were two
natives who favored the people with some
splendid riding as the sea was unusually rough.
Death has claimed a shining mark In W. T.
Marlin at Waiohinu, Kau, Hawaii. He was
one of the newly apjiointed nobles for the
legislature of 1884, and. was highly esteemed
by all who knew him.
Wedding bells rang their joy-peals in Kau,
Hawaii, recently at the marriage of C, II.
Willis of Pahala to Miss F, Church, teacher of
the Hilea school. The ceremony took place at
the residence of C, N. Spencer, after vvhith
the bridal party took the steamer at Kaalualu
for their future home at Pahala.
When you buy lard, you buy stone ; when
you buy meat, )ou buy bone I People in some
parts of the Island of Hawaii think that their
meat is awful liony and tough. Wonder II
'tis the miserable grass Ihe animals eat that
makes lione instead of meat, or whether Ihe
butcher is a direct descendant of the llony
part family and wishes his customers to have
each one n bony pari ?
Th Kinau arrived at Hilo, April 23rd, with
an unusual number of people of note : Lord
Wm. H. F. Elphinstone of Scotland, C. L.
White, S. II. Hose, Col. Adams, Ex-Gov.
Booth, Mr. Ashbury, Mr. Wolf, Mr. Schofield,
Dr. Dutlon, Mr. Davis and S. G. Wilder,
all of whom are guests at the Arnold House,
andwillvi.it the old crater. The wharf was
finely dccoraled with greens and projecting out
upon it were the word "welcome" in large
tellers on canvas. The gentlemen will have a
wet time of it as it has set in for a real Hilo
Uuitor Satoriiay I'rsws Sir; It is a
cause of just reproach to the present age that
lite name of Kamchatncha III,, who has done
more for Haw-all than any olher king, should
be misspelled as It is.
I notice in this morning' Guide It It spelled
" Kou Koullc t" It is spelled nearly as badly
on the stern of the schooner which purports to
bear this honored name. It should be spelled
" Kaulkeaouli." It means Kau (placed) I
(in) ke (the) ao (sky) uli (deep blue), i.t.,
" l'!aced-ln-thc-dcep-blue-sky," and it In
dicates his exalted rank.
If such etymological etrort are perpetrated
without protest another generation will-forget
lhat there ever was such a king.
Yours truly, A. F. Junn.
Honolulu, May t, 1885.
(The Press and Guide are pleased to Iw
corrected on the honored name of Kameha
meha III. by so eminent an authority. The
vessel was repotted for some lime after her
arrival correctly in these columns, but new
reporters gave the name as on the stern of the
vessel. A few t) jwgraphicsi-flsWfwever,
auueu 10 ine twine t oi.jtesuruavJiMgapgtgson
liave made It unrecognljbEiLJrj?
' v. ' -
The Kings' Own stttHgitafciQ, ihtKliend)-
Irg rain throughout Friday ntghV(Ti. y
Th. ii.,ii utni .. i&.tsJtilJ1
. ,,, ,,va B,uiiiisiest ,on IK,
ctrat, which took place last Miindty'evenlrsjt,
resulted at followti J, II. Fisher, second
corporal ; J, W. Pratt, third corporal 1 E. K,
Bishop, fourth corporal ; and E. D. Baldwin,
last Sunday evening the Honolulu Kifles
performed Ihclr first guatd duly for the gov
ernment at the residence of the late Queen
Emma; under the command of Sergeant
Levey. The KifcW guard proved satisfactory
la evcty detail. -Last night second atpiad
stood guard under command of Sergeant
Plrt Itfittn Vnhltfrt.
Hy reference lo our advertising column! il
will be seen I li -it Messrs. Metier and tlalhe
have added In their Confectionery and Patlry
Initlnest the manufacture of a very superior
quality of Ire-cre m nnd Ices, with various
ll.nnrs, which will be served In fint -clan style,
lit their tiewlv Minneil Icc-cir.ttn pirlor, which
has been neatly filled for the occasion, 'this
establishment will meet wllh a libenl pllron
nge, being desirably located In a quiet
iielghUtihond, and under lite management of
gentlemen who thoroughly understand their
Mr. N. I', lluigeis, like "Alexander who
sighed for more worlds lo conquer" has added
In his old established business of carienler
ntiil builder, Ihe Higgage Ktpres builnets,
heretofore conducted by Mr. (I, M, Lake,
Inch he has placed under Ihe management of
Ills Soil II, P, llurgcss. He, also, has pur
th.atcd Ihe tobacco, cigar and soda water es
tablshmcnl, of Mr, J, W. Illngley nt No, S
King slrect, which will be conducted by his
son 0, W, Hurgcs) all nf which enterprise
are deserving of n liberal public patronage.
Sec new advertisement.
lie sang tn Jilt darling! "Ihe stars arc forth)
The night wind gently tlgh
There's a light In the window, love, for me,
And wailing below am I."
Her father the minstrel's voice o'erheard,
And menially whlipeitd "Wall I"
A he gathered ihe scrcuader up
And yanked Mm over the gale.
And she? She knew by her lover's wrud
The wreck lli.1t the old man made
"Ten dollars are what these trowscrs cost,
And I'm glad the bill Isn't paid."
1 his young man ought lu have ordered his
clothing of Mr, L. It, Kerr, No. 27 Merchant
street, and Wi for them ; then his mil would
not have resulted so tllj-as.Vimous-ly.
"Oh, Mildred," said Amy to the high
school girl )evlcrday, "you ought to have seen
Adolphl when I Inlil him he couldn't conic tn
sec me any more be was nil broke up.
"Please don't say 'all broke up,' 1 beg of
)oit," replied (he high-school girl; "say, 'lie
was reduced la molecular fragments, '" This
use of scientific names causes us tn wonder how
the words "Stalagmite" and "Stalactilcs"
originated yet we know Ihey arc used In Ues-
designate peculiar and beautiful specimens of
minerals kept fur sate by Mr, A. I.. Smith,
No, 83 Foil street, where, also, can be found
a very fine collection of photographic views of
various objects of Interest In these Islands,
which it wilt repay any visitor to inspect.
if I litre is one thing more harrowing than
another to the mind of the ordinary human
being, and that for a time imbittcrs his cxis
tencc, and renders him cognizant of the fact
that this is nothing but a world of trouble,
trial and tribulation, it Is, after having par-
taken of a sumptuous lunch of crab salad, with
all the etceteras, to be aikcd by a friend to
dine with him at the Cosmopolitan Restaurant,
No. 62 Hotel street, on 'roast goose, stuffed
with sage nnd onions, and served with apple
sauce, and to feel that vnu arc incapable of
doing justice lo the repast. The "Coiiiioki
litan" is one of the best Restaurants in this
city and has a very nice private dining room
in the rear, with side entrance, where every
thing is served in good style and of the best
that the market affords.
It Is really consoling to read in the country
papers of the farmers drawing large loads of
perfumed hay into town. "O, would wc
were a lioy again," on the dear old farm in the
glorious country, up in the large barn, mowing
away in the top loft, the perspiration and hay
seed streaming down our back as wc struggle
wllh the avalanche of Timothy, but, In as
much as vtc cannot, on these Islands, Indulge
in the reality of this life, the next best Ihing lo
do is to go lo the store houses of the Union
Feed Co,, corner Queen and Edinburgh t reels,
and inspect their stock of hay, grain and feed of
all kinds, which is of the best quality and sold
at lowist market rates. They, also, are now im
porting alfalfa hay which meets with such favor
in the states.
A legal gentleman met a brother lawyer one
day last week, and the following conversation
took placet "Well, Judge, how Is business?"
"Dull, dull; I am living on faith and hope."
"Very good, but I have got past you, for I'm
living on charily." The reason why this lawyer
felt he was "living on charity" was because
he purchased his groceries and provisions, so
chtaply, of Messrs. II. E. Mclntirc & Hro.
corner Fort and King streets. If you are
keeping house it will pay you to purchase a
supply of their fine groceries and provisions
especially one of those Westphalia hams im
ported direct from Germany by stcamei and
rail, not forgetting an assortment nf their fresh
canned goods and fresh roasted and ground
coffees, as well as teas and the thousand and
one other articles in their line.
"Mistakes in Courtship," was the subject of
a clergyman's discourse. It seems to us that
it isn't so much In courtship lhat people make
mistakes. Courting Is all right. It is the sad
awakening from the rosy dream that hints.
Moral Keep on courting, and occasionally
give your lady love a treat by taking her to
the art store of Messrs. King Ilros., at No,
II King street, wnicn will well repay
any visitor to enter and Inspect their elegant
line of pictures, chtomos; engravings, photo
graphs, etc This firm make a specially
of nuking tn order at short notice,picturc frames
ingrcat variety of styles, and allstylc of cornices;
having a tine assortment of mouldings always
in stock and giving their personal attention to
making them in an artistic manner, Pole cor
nices in cliony and polished black walnut with
fixture all complete also patent curtain
fasteners, wall pockets, paper and letter racks,
hat and clothes racks, picture cord, gold and
silver wife, picture knobs, hooks, etc, etc
Also a large variety of cabinet celebrities,
stcieoscopic views, stereoscopes, graphoscopes,
etc. Messrs, King Uros, are now removed to
their elegant new store, No. 89 Hotel street,
adjoining the new building now being fitted up
for Messrs. McChesney & Sons "Elite Ice
Cream Pallors, "which wilt shortly be opened In
first-class style as a confectionery, cake and
Many frlcrul of the Kojil Hawaiian Agri
cultural Society regret to learn that the pros
pects of Ihe nest annual exhibit of the soclcl)
promises lo be ilcvotcj entirely to a slmvr of
horses, as per decision at the meeting heM at
Ihe llritlsh Club on the evening of the 34th
ultimo. The eventful ilay it tel for June 13th
kjaut II It to Iw hoped that more Interest will be
taken In it than lo rest tatUficil with simply an
eiKttiit of horse flesh. It would teem emi
nently fitting and proper lhat new interest was
"HaWvvn toward agricultural nutters Instead of
allowing them to rag, fur it it In agriculture
diversified and developed that Ihe hope of this
country lies. Hone arc.icood in their place,
but this country is hardly In a tnsitlon lo
encourage fine stock raising to the exclusion of
1 1 in
There will be scrttket with preaching morn
Ing and evening al the Bethel-Union Church
to-morrow. Sunday-school al 9:45 o'clock.
K. t. Oggel, Ihe pastor, will preach In Ihe
tvtotsig the Ihird of a series of sermons on the
turd's lrayer. Subject 1 Toy Kingdom
HoNOiufir, May), 1885.
Since latt Issue Ihe dec arrival of foreign
vessel hat relieved somewhat the monotony
prevailing business circles, though In local
Irnde there Is nnthlng nf note to re)it.
On .Monday, nt Ihe sale room of I', 1',
Adams, wis sold at auction several imrccls of
land and fisheries belonging In the I.ttnalitn
tslale, of which wc have the following partial
Ian ! hot A In I Inclusive, comprise lots
i.itiiale hevuud Diamond Head, ranging in
arra from 1.3-ltuln 4, J-loo acre except lot I,
which It to acre t
l,otl A iitl II sold to 1. lalfanil foe tie and lev,, le.
aM C and DinldloT. K, Waller for V and til),
Ut I! sol I to II l(. II. I.IWIite for $ Jo.
ja r. ft and It sold lo A. Kos f jf tvst. lis I and
tt I told to II. A, Wldeman f ;.Jo
The sea fisheries sold ns follow t
lot J Id lllkawal ft Co. lor Ijto.
Lot K lo Kaalaea Mill fur Si, tost
l.ot I) la II. A. Wldeman for J 1 so. '
The coal arrivals for the week have been
free, and cmtrace the Uciorlrr, John Smith,
Kale rilcklnger, T. K, Foster and Neptune
from New Castle. Of this Hit the Kcioitcr
has gone lo Kahultil to unload and Ihe balance
will discharge here. From San Francisco wc
have Ihe J, D. fjprtckclt wllh allotted mer
chandise, the trading schooner f Icncral Siege)
from the South Seas, and Ihe Amelia wild
lumber from the Sound, Wc note also the
arrival of Ihe W. II. Mc)cr from San Fran
cisco, with a small cargo valued at $3,773,
The luipeiator tailed on Monday with a
heavy cargo of sugar, for San Francisco,
valued at $162,807, 13. The Clan Sprockets
ha cleared with a cargo of sugar valued al
$J092,29, and Ihe Alameda tailed yesterday
with a large passenger list and a full Cargo of
Island produce valued at $211,191,73. "I:
Morning Star will sail to-day with cargo and
stores valued at $5,137.53, This give a
total value of exports for the week of $418,
13 1. 08.
The Alllc Howe after completing her very
thorough repairs will be dispatched for China,
having obtained a charter for a voyage to
Hongkong nnd return.
The auction attractions for the week hate
presented 110 new features, the room-sales
claiming the usual altcntiqti. Saturday the
2nd and Monday the 41I1, n couple of parcels
of real estate will be offertd, anil on Saturday
next two others, mostly mortgagee's sales.
On Monday next Ihe new bank of Sprcckcls
& Co, opens for public business, with Mr, Wm,
O. Irwin as manager and Mr. F. P. Hastings
as cashier. Mr. E. Cj Spaulding will have
charge of the savings department.
The Morning Star has been delayed in her
expected departure for the mission stations
and exploration of new fields to the westward,
a was planned for Thursday afternoon last,
but expects lo get off to-day, Saturday. Ap
propriate religious services will be held on
board prior tn departure.
rln thil city,
King, a son.
April 17, to the wife of Cap: J A
T it w t, H cceived
Direct importation of
I'll! Suiihoii'h TV; -v Crop
China and Japan Teas,
Henry May & Co.,
SB FOHT BTRL 3X.
ll . j
Hat removed his stock from No 70 HOTKL SI KELT
No. 103 FORT STREET.
In the Store formeily occupied by Mr. W.II.Wllkinioti
where can be found a large and varied assortment of
Ladie, Gentlemen's and Children'
BOOTS Sc SHOES,
Also, all iiei and styles of
Ladies Fine French Kid Button llouis,
Ladies Common Sense Slippets,
Gentlemen's Embroidered VcUet Slipper,
Gentlemen's Dancing Pump,
Lawn Tennis Shoet, etc,
At prices which defy competition.
AST New Importation just received per Alameda
Corner Port and .fiotel Streets.
Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable.
Carriages for hire at all hours of ihe dav or tdarhl!
also, conveyance! of all hinds for parties going around
BaceUent Sftddl Horses for LadWi and Gen
tlrmto. Guaranteed Gentl.
Large and small omnibus for picnics and excursion
parlies, carrying from lolo 40 pa&kcngen, (analwa)s
be secured hy special arrangement s.
Tot Loaf Branch Bathing Hotut can always
t secured for picnic or escurstoti j antes by appling
at ine uince
TtiEmoKB No. 34.
941-764 JAS. DODD, Proprietor.
24 Pent at. a r.
Stud for Clradar.
Flu I! us 1 kiss Cuuasa Includes Sinzle and
IJuubie luury iiook ntfuiui, a aoplwa lo aJI dewut
rucnti of bulnu; tajucrcUl ArltLinetlc; llus4ftetv
renaun.b.p; aUrwantile Law; bu4iM iXn
encc; Ceciuree on Law: Buajtieu rornw, ami the
Science of Account; ActtuJ lluinet IVacttc In
Whole-ale and keuil MerthandMnjr. C'omniUalow,
iuwng, iDiponinf. ivauroaatrz. r.xprea HUUnttae,
llrokcraife.aHd Baniuig; Km I UK Uranchet, Includiui
Modru Language, cortuiBir of practical bwructloii
In French lieiaaaa, and boanUh,
SraxtiL baAHCtiM are: Onuuunrial Pennuruhip,
Higher lhuatc, Sunevina, Navlatloa, Cull La
ginir.n, Auajlng. Mtort-Mand, Tyiw-Wrulog, Tele
for full nforuuiton addreta
ajo-aSt San FMfcCttcu, Cau
rmwMHi sinuun, utuuasat(, f Its, , MtlWIIIg
s4ST0& I0OS UaCTsiOUITs,
No. 7I ft So HOTEL STREET.
FtrstUu Tali al maJantc run, Clival. aultx
fur Udst. wd tkeir ssuf is.
I 0si tusttt m o'clatck Bfstrf Nlkt
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
V' UV tiffamri In irntrmnrtnc ihnl, fr nrUitttin in
our OiNrrinNftRr ami (,akr livnti, we will
0rtonN,V!UKIAV, Af'KII. jlh,in
hUh t.A tifrn neAiltf fill.! un lo mttf th tcniilri
minti rf wir Ir..,
Our Ire frfim will t nti.tf nf ttfeffL' niialElv. mart
of Rfrntint- ciMfn from lit WnutiLAWN Daiiiv witli
horn we he rrnjeu lo iiiiiijr ut rfguifuiy
ith Mitt, crtum Hhlch. tiAilnff Ifdinnnlt.' lH'ful.
rnaMcti tn In tuftrirtce a firtt cUm attic U. of iW
ttMrr filial ioiTinI mVe In Arijrt.ftl.e lurnn tltirt
in (blowing tAMMiM vi left leirAif arm KM will
Is) fiinrUSfti lit ouroinlnt(, am, utmAlottW -arf.MW,
ifoiirlratle will iihly tt.
VANir.!-t COFH.K OUCK.
OKANUP ANO SlUAU'lir.RRV
I-aMIm tiipi'lieii any day fxttiit Sunday tfioM
wUfitng; It Crtam for Sumlty imul leave their onlft
un Saturday Ufure 7 r M. whttti will I JflUerrtl
tefbfe to a. m Sun Jay, llie tttaim will te parltd
w that itiey will Vrrp cilit Itouri in a firit-claM condi
tion. Hoping tu rect It e a altar t( puMiO patronage In f til
line of our Imnlneu. and thatUnjtfnm.i. r tl.alr liUr.il
favor In tlsc im. we remain, rcff.t fully.
MELLER 8c HALBE,
N. J?. BURGESS,
VAKI'KSTIUl ASH HUII,IHUt,
Hetperifully announce to the ptiMic lhat
he hat furchattd the
I.mlneM recently cintdiiclrd l,y Mr. it, M lkr, at
Xa. 84 King a'leett whit li will lm under I he inanaae
mM.iofhUiQnU, P. UURGttSS.
'In Kxprcs.4 wit! attend the arrival ol every t earner
ami promptly deliver
PKKIGHT, PACKAtiKS & IfACUSAU:,
In llorttaltilu nnd vicinity,
FTTUXnTITXJIIE Se PIANOS
Moved with care,
in:, also, has, punciiasi:!) 'i in;
Tobacco, Cigar and Soda Water,
Ihltlre.! heretofore Lent liv .Mr. 1. W. Iltnirlex. at
No. Si KIntE tire?!, which will he Ctmd uttM by hit
on, O. W. liURORSS, and where everwhlnif In
the line cf .SVUKIIKS AM IUX.S ran bo found, of
ine ij fjiiAiuy.
I hanking the public fur pan favor and Kuarnnterdni
toiirtvniMlv entente all utiIcm In either
r lint" at buv
n, at reasonable charge, would rrftpectfutly mjhcii a
nare 01 puuiic patronage
Ofllrc lilrjtlitntr Xn .
JtfMtttertf Trtrjthntt ,o, l,VJ,
Af Kitty Street, Honolulu.
J. T. WATEKHOUSE,
Invites inspection of llie
Following Goods Just Received
V. late Arrivals:
liLAVK FHKNVIi MIUUXOS,
Ladies' and Gents' Umlirellai.
Linen hhtehng, rine Silks,
allien ami lacm .oicry,
Lmljraidered Cloth 'I a Lie Cover,
Ladios' and Oont's Underwear,
Woolen and Cotton Shirtc,
A Large assortment of
White Linen-Shirts and Collats,
Wool Dress Cooiii.
Ladies' Hals, ttimmed and untrimmed,
ISriit; ItifH isl ItiMoi'lloiiM,
All Undi or
LACES, COLLARS, CUFFS, Etc.,
A fine lot of
New Doatiaruml Prist tM,
And a Kreat variety of toth
ENGLISH AND AMUKICAN' GOODS,
Too numerous lo mention.
-pHB GBNU1NB ARTICLB
COLUMBIA R1VKK SALMON
Slmou BUU, 1884 Catch.
Jut received from IVetland, Oregon , by
CASTLE 4 COOKE J
Tneta FUh cart be relied upon as Flrft-Claia
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
TlTlfil!ilk ICE CREAil
TTm celebrated lie Citram herrtolVe aupfdietl al the
"Elite Parlor" will U served at the S.KA'100A,
HOUSE on Hotel Street, oppotite Ir, J. & Mdlfe'
redcnccf until fuatier rKlce,
O- Opon SaU-f until 10 o'clock P.M.
Orders fur $urrKi Wrupixch, Halls PaktisSi
Ktu, will receive (rornpi ami careful attentiup.
Our cart Uh Ice Cream
rll make lie uual route
jr. w. JtecHKHXKrs- mux.
IIkmiv 11 t, Matujer
Ojwai evry ArTKKXOOM unti XiUIIT
EX CUT WeONaUpAV KlUIIT.
TUESDAY AND FRIDAY AFIKKNOONS
For UdlM od CtUUrts.
$B Skate fi m As4ffVsWMaK
HOUI.AIt CASH SAI.lt.
ON rrtlDAY, MAY Hilt,
r in M, ft nt'X HALMaftoti,
will I stJ it aiKito
Ittasswirr, Crottrrra-lft Tlnr,
a It N. I atl Mti jar,
111 k Stliwiti,
tiro- eitii, I ia, Kit.
A LOI Ut IIOUSfllOI.il tUI'.NIHJItl.
Mtiv.u x t.r.vr.v,
Fly order of MKSSKS rtHKT ft SMIIH.
Aisiie-s,fll... I'.llai.r A W KUIIAKIISON is.
will tll al fnttllc aurllon, al ir salesroom, tm
Monday. ilft 4, .V.SV7
At ti'Ult, fcmii i!i f.UoW)nt4
LOTS OF LAJSTI),
'Hre same Win.? (rtlon of (.ami ( wnrnis-ston
Award No. i,H't "' I A' No. 8 ad otf La
palitditt Juljttcenf to K prolan! I'aik and curiiain In nil
3 acres find M-iorj, and mere fully drw"tlld in a
certain Urd from J M. Mnnsarrat t j A. W KUIiard
vxt, and ircorittnl "in IdWf 9w, uxe ajj, a antl jj
In th KesUrar tt Deeds OftH. I1it lt 4 fine
as lliere me In Ihe urlt nrvl wuntd mate a iy detira
Lie lui lu Uitfd on and e so(J tuticl t mt,t 4
I 'fc U.MS CASH Iieedtat cipeneof -uri.liaer
hi osm .r:r;:r,
NOTICE Or SALE OF O0O0D3 TAKEN UPON
A DISTRKSS RENT.
Ifvit.rs-rtt.irti cf Pi. I- ItltUnt-.QQ. w 11l .II nt
utKtion ol our saleroom
On Fi'hhii, Mat Hth9 ItiSn,
At ttf at-lsXt A. M.,
Ihe Inllf-iwinj tnrnttwieil ffrmiandfurrii-diiiii(
Cluiirs, Svenl Table,
Qua nt ity of CrucLeijr, OUetware,
Cutlery, laMe L(tenf Koni,
I'laied Ware-, ! Lewi OotL,
An J other HmtAiirant Kurniiure, ling tl same
dUt rained Iromtli" teni tv of the Windsor lleiaurjiii
m I uewlay, .March j, i86j, Urt ni payment of retit
by said N. Y l.t-rte,
tA'oss $ r.ni't:it
TWTORTGACEti'S NOTICE OP SALE.
Hy iltrecti'jn of S. M. DMON the mortirjijee
named In a ceiiain mortijaze made by MOSI-S KIJ
.MA LAI,, of Kaneabr, Ktrjt.iiifK.lo, Inland of Oaliii.
In ftnitl S. M. I'dmtit, of lttmolulu. dited Ma) 30,
iBIa, recoriM In the o(Ticef ihe Keititrrar of Con
reyariceii In Hrikjt, iae72 and , vta ajo itinJnittrd
th v-U nt public auction on SAIUUDAV MAY otli,
1885, at our ealrrumi( at 1 o'tlotl. noon, the frrrperty
ispecfied In at id tnortatngf u. fuIlo .
bituitfd In I'.iu. ICjaneohe, aforptAiJ, and being
at-ana f decr bed in IL 1' i-j. L ('. A. 3151. prantrd
lo Jame Maiorny, cnntainiiig 10 7-to acre-, rujlit. of
tenant 1lf( Ttrtt. .
Tor further urtlridare Inriuire of
Vt V AL'S-IIN,
Or to Attorney fnr Moitura-cee.
LYONS A LUVLY, Auctioneer.
KJt OHTGAtiEa'S NOTICE OF SALE,
Hvilirecilinof CJKOUOE TRIMni.I th mart
gtzee nintd in a ceruil mortgage made by j. K
KAUNAMANO tu taid Ceurtfe Irimble dated the
8th day of Octulrer 18S1, recorded in LiUr 8), pae
ti, ra nnd 11 In the o.fof the Kemtrar t( 0it.y
aitces, llotioiiilu. we are Iii-tctitted to a!I at . ubltc
auction on SAIUKOAY. MAY cth, 1885, at our
uieAroOir. al ii oVbjcl. iwnf llie niotrly drwriUJ H
tultl mortrage at folio v
Aittiateu ai iaipto, iianuisiiA, uiaikioi uv.nn. 11,
L. Iein(t the tame dcwTibed in Koyd Patent jets la
N.iua.(k.l con tain in 15 4' acres.
1 it turiiicr iHiiiKuiistni eiHiuirc qr
KKIIAUti f. IIICKr.KION,
Or to tlornr y for .Moitzagee,
l.VOKS 5c I.I.VKV. Auctioneer
C. BREWER & GO.
Offer fur rale the
La baib CLYLON, from HonsUn,;
Arm Chain. Lounges I adit Chair,
Fancy Chair. China Suf.,
Cftiujihot Worn! Want robes,
hbonr Marble Toj Tablw,
Ncnte Krd Iah. ( amphor Trunl.,
Neti Wack Ia. Crfi'iphor Irunk..
While OniM (.Uli,
Plain Pongee Kills,
Camphor Wooil Tntiikt (4 next,)
Itime" Ilabano Primeta,"
Com- Nut 0.1,
Half Cheu ''Puiu.hon Yee'liu" Icj,
Half Chctu "I'ongthoni Ii Utn KeH'Jea.
Boxea 'l,iooi; Cliuue Juuuv'l'on,
Roll Uontratt Mailing,
ItolU ImneriiU Mmtlnsr,
Koll Llntan M-uIni;,
KolU Fancy Mkttlna
lloie Chow Chsjw,
Poxe Ctun CHiot,
Ho tea Olitftr,
Ftoe Ire CratVer
COH-S .MANILA UOPK
OstP art II
ii hili Sca&ide Ecscri.
RS. A K MOKKIS 1AKK-S PLLASUKK
la Annuuncuis thai hj tai katcd Hie
BEAUTIFUL SEASIDE RESIDENCR
Of Mr. Allca IkrUrt. M UWIKIKI, Honotulrt'a
farnoua tuoimer reton, bnd jtarvd lo accummo
dale partlce detlroue of erijoyioj the loUmy air, uniur)
paMcd mi bathinif, and tropkal reU and fjulet of lUU
charmln pl-icc. Ktery CuilllyU otTercd f. the per
feet cnjj)menf of ihie Ideal ttisierins jLue, Uy iptctal
arrnnjemeut JodJe Uu U t,m vill take patten
Cralt the enirarnre lo the pLw-r, trhen two or t"t
For ternv. etc,, apply to Mr IL Codvnt leleplswiSc
N y, Queet) alrect. Ilon-Julu, or lo the under
Mined, al the reiIrc,
UUS. A. P. MORRIS,
Waikui TkLKritaMK Ntu ;. Lie.
lias just rscitbi isr .tul(aju.
DUPEE HAMS AND BAC'N,
Call tl.(. Kin !satHS II-IIim. (.iut Ok J
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Wlsaat, Com PutusM, Unions, Cajmosss,
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