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Utlhukti- 11'tttnhlnu ftrtirtjiti'ri.
Kmi i(;lm tsllh (lie l.tritt of KmilAnsmmint
till Hie toutlicin nlge of Kons. ami rnli with
KvMiititni on llic M)iiiholii vtigr of I'uns.
IMi pioilucllve district sliowt to poor mlvmv
luce fiuni Die ilccV of n pAiting tlcaiiitr. On
luunillni; Knlnt I'olni vessels lease lichltnl the
imooili unit! of I lie Kona Cool unci enter a
union of perpetual breakers, n com! line
lrnlen liy iin ilrci Inlets anil olTetlnf; only fnur
fairly R'khI Anclioti;r KhaIiiaIii, Iloniinpo,
hmiluu nml Kmulion.
Tlir Hfcoml Unit of Kn i Uanul.n, the
llilnl Kahulcti ulieic O, V, C. Jon llic
UcorKe Joiicii of inAny tni ftlemh pnliiic
lilt "lowing klne." Tlie liallillnt; of Kaliubn
lUncli enlln lh lAmlicape, one llietn
horn Ihe ilccli of llic IUII. Tlicy mii:kpi
poilbilflle xMdi me mote ihsn confitmeil liy
t clwtr acqualnlance. If you are 10 foilun.itc
m to be guest of Kaliukn, anil ate l.mileil at
rather ileiolAte Kaalualu, wltli )oui liont an
travelling cotnpanlon, you ulll lura home
back jaunt woilh the lAklnc. I ma o
fottunnte at lo he lamtnl from the I tall nl
Kaalualu one March nftetnouti, when .Mr.
Jonca wa a hoincwariMjounO panenucr. A
few tr.lnutet after landing we hail loailctl a
jaunty pack mule I use the uitjcctlve ailvlv
ully- ami were In our naclrite, lounil for the
tanch-homc on the (lope icvctt mites away,
t hail founJ no tuch galloping ground ''ncc
I left Walnica anil tlie exhilaration of IwundlnR
over elastic turf made my lltfd hone momen
tarily fieh again.
The fint part of the road led through the
Kamoa ctoeV: ranch of Hon. C. II. ltiihop,
whose large herds were lindinf; poor pickings
on the doc cropped "elastic turf" oer
which we were riding. Our course was along
a spur of old land, wedged hetween two com
paratively recent lava flows, We passed a
few native houses, built amidst the decaying
lava on the edgca ol the (lows, around which
houses were little gardens of sweet jwtatoes,
with here and there clumps of papaia trees and
patches of pine apples.
It was nearly sunset when we reached Ka
huku. I had heaiil much of the neatness, order,
system and enterprise of the place s hut I wos
not quiti prepared, for Its thorojgh American,
ism. Gates, fences, huildings, yards, grounds,
were in perfect order. The animals looked,
sleek, well vjrO, well broken and Intelligent.
Mr. Jones' sons scum to he the Instinct ol
ranchman. They ate centaurs in horseman
ship, can shoot well, lassoo well, and under
stand how to break both horses and cnttlc In a
manner to do credit to older and more experi
1 need not say that I was well entertained
it least I need not sy m lb i.-y one who hat
ever been lo Kahuku or who has heard oflt
from any one who has himself been theic.
Walohinu is one of Hawaii's beauty spots.
It is a village, seven miles north-west of Kaa
lualu, and about fi e miles from Honuapo, set
in a swale of the lower upland two miles wct
of Naalchu. A few whites and perhaps" three
hundred natives Inhabit It. Neatness, order
and thrilt arc Its outward characteristics. Mnvt
of its houses are white-washed or painted a
light fawnculor, or some shade between lemon
color anil tan. Corrugated Iron roofing has
replaced the shingles on many houses. A few
are arborcd by vines and nearly all are shaded
by foliage, the kukuis, the pride of India and
the peppers being the ruling shade trees,
while oranges, papaias and mangoes are the
prevailing Iruit trees. The Walohinu oranges
are large, luscious and altogether likable, with
skin as thin as that of sensitive children, and
flesh as plump and juicy and tender as that of
a milk-fsd pigling. The Waiohtnu papaia
tree is a prolific bearer, and thrives in Ihe
rockiest of soil, where its thrifty roots explore
the crevices of the flint-hearted pahoehoe and
solve the problem of bread from a stone.
Perhaps I unduly vaunt the papaia, for I have
eaten good oranges in Waiohinu, growing on
soil that would put to Ihe blush the far famed
" Rocky road to Dublin.''
Waiohinu has two churches Roman Catho'
He and Hawaiian Evangelical. Father1 Rualt
has charge of the former. Rev. J, Kauhane of
the latter; there being an aggregate church
attendance of about ISP. Mrs. M, D. Cook
teaches Ihe government school at Walohinu,
having about 40 pupils. The Roman Catholic
mission In the same place lias also a school of
about 60 pupils, attended largely by Tortu
guese children from Naalehu Plantation.
Mr. Charles Menicke and Mr. Frederick
Turner hhech general merchandise store
In Walohinu, the former being postmaster as
well ; and there arr, three Chinese stores in
the village alio.
Hon. Henry Martin, district judge lor the
south-western half of Kau, resides in Walohinu,
Judge Timoteo, district magistrate for the
other portion of Kau, residing In Punaluu.
I spent, scvcial very pleasant hours In Waio
hinu, enjoying the hospitality of Mr. Meniere)
and had chat with Representative Kauhane
one of the clearest headed llawalians now
Kapupala Is a lascinating place in which to
itsticate. I stayed there longer than I ought
to have dons lured by the siren sxkuj of my
volcano companions. I wy "longer than I
ought " wtirly because my time was not my
own and I should hayc been in Ihe saddle at
least to days carliet than I was. Vet, if I
had gone. elitr, 1 should have missed a
delightful rooming in the Kapapala wrxlj.
It was about 9 o'clock on the morning of
March 9lh, when, Mr. J. W. Vales, overseer of
KapaptU, led the way mu the thick fern
thicket two mils above ihe ranch premises,
where Mr, and Mrs. Jub'-m Monsarrat hate
nude of their owWrt cottage an inviting home,
1 am no boustUt and know only a lew of
the suHf nsmtes uf the trees, shrubs, creepers,
cUnibtf. tstsaa and grattee that 1 saw. Yet
SUV IH1V W SBJISeiT WW UCItHt, ll. IHV IM4JI
It would have been lo a l.xanUt. Mr. Vatrt
s a bora woswlssnats and was rarely at a tost for
Ihe attv tome ol what I asked him about.
Ofosssnet (www b ohiahe ohia lehua.
wssoae (towers and scented learn make Ihe
"mssssM WlesWa." of the suig and I knew
sVn tW isiiul aadlkeke. but my, know 1,
fltmM tiat tMMilis tt Kiyepala wood csuna
A di id halt when It rmrhrd Ihe ko. Most
Ihe letns even were nnfsnilllar I had cn
my first tnilu (cm at Ultra AUite Kapagnt'i
Itw fmil Iter fetus The liapuu Is lh' true
pitlit fctii, profusely branching and growlng-
I have seen it with a Hunk as high 10
feel In the fust branches. Kath btanth has
many luanchlcts, each with Its distinct Icaflett.
Tlie it, the largest of Hawaiian Itre ferns,
branches rather less than Ihe hapuu, but In A
simitar manner, ami has n gteater average slip.
Il yields A mane puhi, and Ms n centtnl pith,
which llic nnllics aomellines eal. When
cooked It tastes something like raw Irish
potato, The nil it and uinau, both tree fcrnt,
differ from the other two In hating: no branch.
lets, the leaves of each attaching dlrrclly to
the branches. Karh )lcldsacnirscpuht, The
toting leaves of the aintu Ate often a beautiful
pink, at the tips, with tellnw blrnding Into
green In Ihe ccntte of the leaves and Along (he
stalks -at btllllstil as Kasleni Autumn Iraves
after a first frost . The iiluhe, a climbing fern,
with coarse, stiff, jellowlth green leaves, and
loiind, hollow stems, which Are used nflcti as
plH- stems, makes nl limes a dense, malted
Jungle, hinging whole sections of forest
together In a langlc linprnclrable In mnti and
est tie There were not miny dainty, delicate
ferns in the Kapapala woods. Vigor, and
strength and self assertion characterired most
of Ihs eight kinds of those whose native names
Mr. Vales lold me.
In former seats there had been wild cattle
nt laige in those Kapapala woods and much
damage was being done, t tut most of Ihe
wild cattle have been shot or frightened away
In ihe lower portion and the tame cattle are
loo few lo ("Jura Ihe woods greatly, which are
mm being filled again with ferns and point
Ijvt year a fire swept through hap.ipal.s,
from notth pas! to south-west, burning over
some vaht.iMe limber land and eating Into a
corner ol the wood through which .Mr, Vales
and I weic riding. The depth and richness of
Ihe soil was attested by the fad that the vege
table mould and mass of roots which formed
the earth had been burned so deep lint our
horses sometimes broke through the thin ashen
crust up to tlis.tr knees. Many tall ohlas weic
blackened and bare anil lifeless, while a little
space above llinn their lusty rnmtades, full-
leaved and lulen with blossoms, rose like green
banners decked with Haute. Up many ol
Ihem In their very crowns climbed Ihe aspiring
tele, with its pilm like branchesand its coral
colored, spear-shaped fruit.
We followed one of a mvti.id cattle trails
that ran In tlgrags, In curves, in spirals and at
execntric angles through Ihe deepening forest.
Around us reared trees lh.it were as unfamiliar
to me at the trees of the Sierra foothills arc to
the average Hawaiian. My vaqucro compan
ion told me the names of most of them. That
slender, erect, elegantly shaped Itec, fully fifty
Icet high, but spreading not more in proportion
than the ohla lehua, Is the opiko. Its dark,
glossy, oblate leaves have amongst them small,
white, tar-?n.ipcd lionets, a little like min
iature orange blo'soms. The kolea, fully as
tall as the opiko, quite as erect, more symmet
rical and of rather more spreading habit, has
leaves not unlike those of the southern Mag
nolh. The holet, growing to half the bight
of the trees just named, is dark caved, and
yields an edible nut, exuding when untipe a
milky liquid almost as sticky as mucilage. The
Aalii, a tree growing sometimes to a hlght of
thirty fret, and bearing leaves something like
the larger ones of koa, is said to make splen
did fence posts.
The list Mr. Vatcs gave me was a long one,
and I may give more of It In telling of mj ride
Wc paused under a spreading koa, as large
and as densely shading as a California live oak
of more than average sire. A coot brccre
blew from the upland slopes, above which rose
the rounded po of ivUuna Loa. Far below
us, through chinks in the forest wall, 'se saw
the beach at Punaluu, the " long white seam
of the breakers," the glistening, spangled, foam
flecked sea. There needed only one thing lo
make that sylvan solitude ideal a babbling
brook. Some day, some fortunate stock
holder of the Hawaiian Agricultural Company
will buy that wooded upland above Kapapala,
and make himself a home that even Hesperus
might envy. Dut even the Hesperides would
have to fill at rain-fed cisterns the ewers from
which they watered Iheir golden apple trees"
Wc thirsted in that lovely wood, and
puckered our lips with unripe pohas in vain
endeavor to be satisfied So we rode back to the
more prosaic but less Inhospitable ranch-yard
of Kapapala, and ate the bread of well-won
appetite w ith foamy breakers of creamy milk.
R. S. S.
1'ohoiki, Puna, April 14, 1885.
rie -f'firi-ire Cunrrrt,
The final Montague-Turner concert, on
.Monday night, was fairly well attended j but
deserved a far larger audience than it had.
Miss Montacue was at her best and sang her
several numbers so charmingly that many a
listener listened with a thrill of regret that her
exquisite voice might not soon be heard again
Mr. Turner's singine was scarcely less en
joyable than wat Miss Montague's. He
dressed and acted the part of Don Cxsar, in
" Maritana," with grace, spirit and dash) and
sang splendidlys singing not less well in Wal
lace's spirited song. Let Me Like a Soldier
Mrs. I'aty andssVIiss Montague sang Wallace's
duet, Sacred Mother, sympathetically and del
icately ; both singing also in a double trio, in
which Misses Marie and DerthaVon Holt, Miss
Patty Rhodes, Miss Mary Atherton and Miss
Mcllrvde also took pari.
Mist Castle played a solo consisting of two
selections for the piano, effectively as always.
Mrs. J. E. Wiseman, who has a pleasant
contralto voice which is an acquisition to Hon
olulu voices, tang Pintuti's Laddie in a 'way
that charmed her audience. In reply to an
encore she sanf The Three Fishers.
Miss Montague's tinging of Kathleen
Mavourneen was a treat especially enjoyed by
those to whom ballad singing is a favorite kind.
Vet even they could not but enjoy quite as
much Mist Montague's tinging in the Miserere
scene from "flTrovatore."
A surges no.
Annis Montague who was Miss Mary
Cooke before the became Mis. Charles Turner
has vocal latent of a very high order. Her
talent is of a character to make her title
''The Hawaiian Nightingale" an honor to this
kingdom. She deserves the praise her friends
have lavished upon her, here and elsewhere.
Her career ought lo be, and we trust wilt be, a
distinguished and a happy one. But we think
thit community will do itsell scant credit if it
permits the Hawaiian Nightingale to leave our
shores without a testimonial heuefit that shall
carry more substantial appreciation than mere
praitcr We should like to see a benefit ar
ranges! that would 611 Kawaiahao church, with
the lower half sold at $1. $0 a scat and Ihe gal
leries filled at $1 a seat. Wc khouki like to
see a programme In which "Mele Kuke''
would sing one or more Hawaiian melodic.
We should like 10 hear Miss Montague in some
of the popular ballads that so charmed her
friends la foratcc years. And we think we arc
tight in belicviaK that the community share
our wish ; tad will pay to tee It fulfilled. We
irutt those beet quaUlied will start the bait
It was lttiosslble for me tft find Oil.indn
when I ttttlrtl fur the base bull grauml last
Satimlav 1 he bid followed the Honolulu
Rifles ami Ihe bind to Ihe cemelciy ami was
no ilnitbt wltneitltig Ihe ilerntatlrig of the
soldiers gtavrs, for It was only towotd the dote
of Ihe tlsih Inning thai I saw Mm sitting on
the Inp row of the patilllon looking love "lo
eyes whklt spake agsln"--poor fellow! "'Ihete
It no dtiendlrig on a tnsn to teiitl A base ball
game when lie's In love," I sollluqulied As I
sharpened my pencil and watched llckel put
In hit fits! twister, "no earthly use, Oilando
wouldn't know a foul ball from a base lilt this
afternoon," thought I, At I menially rclrgatcil
both him and his gltl to ctnn.1l oblivion and
turned my attention lo Ihe game.
Until nines were In good form and there had
been miifh specnlslloti during the wepk In II
II. circles at lo Ihe strength which Ihe I'acllict
would tlcvelop. At the game proved, Ihey
had been Ifilh underestimated and ovcrcstb
mated. If the I'aelfict display proper Jmlg
inent, change one or two of Iheir players,
thcichy strengthening Ihe nine, and pay more
attention In careful fielding they will make a
stronger nine than the Honolulu before the
season Is over, though ills baldly probably
thai they will reach Ihe proficiency or develop
the staying qualities and strength of Ihe
Il was four o'clock when the boys tossed up
and lite Honolulu wctricnttob.it, Umpire
lloAtdman called Ihe game two minutes after,
with 1'rcd Oat at the bat. Kckcl pitched
wild and O.it took fits! bate on railed balls.
Hay Wodchouse followed and made his first.
Harry Whllncy went out on first base by n
good throw from short ttop. 5uy Wndehouse
went to bat and went out on a fly, to second
base, before which Oit came in on a pasted
ball. Markham then swung the willow and
put up a high lly between pitcher and thin
base which was caught In fine stvlchy Moore
after a riulck run.
'the I'aelfict were doubtless Ihe favorites or
at least the applause was mostly given them.
Schubert of Ihe Pacifies was first lo hat, made
a two base hit and reached his third. Dick
Sharrcll formerly one of big II. boss went out
at first base after three strikes. W, C, Wilder
followed and took his first 011 three strikes.
Davidson took second base and Wilder fol
lowed Scl.ubcit home, coming In on a passed
ball before Uckel ttiuck out and tent the Pact
lies to grass.
The lidding of the Pacifies was not so good
In the second Inning and the Honolutus made
three runs, Oowscll went to lut and took
first base on a fly ball which was badly muffed
by Moore near third base. Wilder then missed
a running foul after which Low took his first
and Fred Whitney followed to first on seven
balls. Ilrown followed and struck out while
Dowtett came home on a passed ball. Oat
and Hay Wodehousc Iwlh reached first base
while Harry Whitney went out on first ond
(iuy Wodehousc put the tide out by tipping a
fly lo the first baseman.
In the last of the second Inning C. Wilder
went lo bat for the Pacifies and immediately
went out on first base. Moore then look hit
first and Lucas went cut on a lly to short stop.
Schubert swung the spar and Moore came
home on a passed ball, while Schubert reached
his first, but went out at second by a timely
throw by Hay Wodehousc, thereby putting the
Pacifies in the field.
When the third inning was called Markam
ol the Honolulus led off with a two base hit.
Dowtett followed and made first base. Low
took the bat and after a wild pilch by Kckcl
took his first while Markham came home and
Dowsctt went out on the home plate. Fred
Whitney reached first base and llrow n w cm to
bat, Ilrown struck a grounder to second base
which was held on vVhitncy and thrown to
first putting the side out on a double play,
The Pacifies got their first whitewash in this1
Inning, Dick Sharrctt going out on fust base.
Winter falling to reach his first after four
strongly lialted fouls. Wilder, Jr., took his
first but Davidson sent his nine out by settling
a thorl fly in the hands of the short stop.
When the Honolulus came up for their
fourth inning Oat went to bat and immedi
ately retired on first base. Hay Wodehousc
took first on called balls, Harry Whitney
went to bat but before he went out on first
Hay Wodehousc stole to second base and
made his third by Wilder throwing badly to
second. Hay came home and Guy Wode
housc put the big H. boys in the diamond by
going out al first base by a strong throw from
The Pacifies received a bucket and brush and
coat of lather this inning by Eckel going out
on first base, C. F. Wilder striking out and
Lucas going out on a lly to first base. Moore
managed In the meantime to get his foot on
first from which iioint he took, a walk into the
In the fifth inning the Pacifies did a little
congressional job for the big H. boys and sent
them out In a coat of whitewash. Markham
took the bat and struck out, Dowsett followed
and reached his first on a fly ball which was
badly muffed at second base. Low went out
on first base and Fred Whitney ended the
struggle for a run by lipping up a curver to
The last of the fifth Inning was commenced
by Schubert striking out. Dick Sharrett
then stopped one of Markham's down curves
and made a three tiase hit. Winter took
Sharrett's place. at the bat, and made his firtt.
Wilder, Jr., followed and reached first base on
a fly lull which was muffed by Fred Whitney
in center field, but went out at second base.
Shanetl had made a run, Winter was on third
base when Davidson went to bat and reached
his first but Winter was put out by the ball
returning to the home plate and the Pacifies
took the field
At tne close 01 trie tutu inning the score
stood Honolulus seven and the Pacifies tWe,
but during the sixth Inning the big II. hoys
scored ten runs, an advantage which the Paci
hes found it impossible to overcome, The
Pacifies have nobody but themselves to blame
for this. Eckel was already blown from too
hard pitching and lack tf practice and those in
the field generally seemed to be vicing with
each other In muffing easy balls. If the Paci-
fics had changed Eckel for Davidson in this
inning they might at least hate saved them
selves overwhelming defeat, Brown of the
Honolulus went to bat and reached first on a
inuftby Davidson at second base. Oat fol,
lowed and took his first. Hay Wodehousc
took first lose on a high fly to left field which
was promptly muffed by Winter. Brown stole
home from third base and Harry Whitney and
Guy Wodehousc both reached first. Markham
took first on a fly to left field muffed by
Winter and Dowsett followed to firtt on a low
fly badly mulled by short stop. Low, Fred
Whitney and Brown look first hate In succes
sion when Oat struck out. Hay Wodchou.e
and Harry Whitney both look their firvl but
Hay went out trying to ivn home and Guy
Wodchouse ended the first of the sixth, Inning
by going out at first base.
The Pacifies picked up a little in iheir sixth
inning and made three more runs. Wilder.
Jr. and Davidson were the firtt to bat and both
reached first base on two bad mulTt made by
Guy Wodehousc who seemed for a while to
have lust the wax on hit tiugrrs. Eckel took
hi mst t C. F, Wilder struck out i Moore
went out on t tly la Uruwn n left field while
Kcktt rtun home, when Scbubett tliuclt imt
wtd toe lleaoWI.it took the bet.
In the srvrlilh InnlnR the Parifir put
llavidmn lit tlie pltchcr'i thud. The llnw
lulu ilht no! "get tin" to I)avUoh illllvrry ,
and made only two tuns In Ihe last (litre
Innings. Maikham went In hat firtt And
fouled trul and Dowsed and Iw followed ami
ith went out At first lusse, the Honolulu
going to lite field omlial rrcstfallen nl
being liowled out by such a Utile fellow In
such A surpriting msnner.
When Ihe Pacifies look the bat Dick Shsr.
rrti led of! by Milking out and Winter followed
with another fine throe base lilt to efl f eld.
Wilder, Ir. slruck nut and Winter ratnc home
on A pitted lull when Davldum slruck out and
put the Pacific adrift.
In the eighth Inning llic big II, boys scored
two run. I'rnl Whllncy took thebal ami went
out on first hat?, Ilrown followed suit on firil.
Oil reiclted his first nn rolled lullt. Hay
Wodchouse took first on n fly bill which was
mulled by I'kcl at second base, Ha'ry
Whitney followed with a strung three bale hit
which brought Oil and Hay Wtxleltouse home,
when Guy Wedchome went out on a foul and
the Pacific came In, I'ckcl Immediately
went out on first b.isc. C. I', Wilder and
Moore Initli taking first b-ise on wild pitching
by Markham, l.ttra ami Schubert both went
out at first bise and sent the Parlfir out with
Iheir ihlnl goose egg.
Ill tlie last inning llic Honolulus failed to
score n run, Markham going out on A foul,
Dowsed reaching first lute, liw going out on
a fly lo Fred OaI nnd I'rcd Whitney closing
the score of the Honolulu at 19 run by going
out on firtt base.
Dick Shairctt of the Pacifies went nut nt first
base. Whiter followed with 11 two Ime hit
and took hi third while the ball wa being
fumbled. Wilder Jr. took first linse on seven
balls and a run wa saved lo Ihe Pacific by
their claiming a bilk on Maikham, which the
umpire allowed, dunging his decision from
three strike and out. The game wa brought
to a close at fino r. M. by D.ividmn and
Kckcl both going out at second bite with the
Pacifies score standing at ten tuns.
Honolulu, June. t, 1885.
.VrrtnatialtrHlirrnttnwi' Ktrrl tn-
Rev. J. Walamau preached the nailve one
of Ihe annual sermons of anniversary week at
Kawalalno Church last Sunday night. At
Port-Street church, at the tame hour, Rev, S.
!:. Bishop preached in English. It was n
vigotous and manly effort, and deserve repro
duction in full.
On Monday, the general Sunday Scoool As
sociation met at Kawaiahao Church, 10 A. M.,
and I p. M, General Voting Peoples' Chris
tian Association met at Knttmakapili Church
at 7 v. ,.
On Tuesday last the Woman's Board of
Home and Foreign Missions met and choose
the following officers r Mrs. Hiram Bingham,
president ; Mrs. J, M, Cooke and Mrs V.. C.
Oggel, vice-pitsldenti; Mrs. S, E. Bishop,
recording "sccret.iry; Mrs. L, McCully, foreign
concspondencc secretary; Mis, K. 11. Knight,
home correspondence secretary; Mrs, II. F,
Dillingham, treasurer; Miss Mary Green, com
mlttee of one on icvival -.vcrk. Mrs. C. M.
11) de was chosen president of the Helping
Hand Society. A president of the Gleaners
was not elected. The vice-presidents for I'.e
other islands have not yet been confirmed,
except by the Hilo Branch, for which Mrs. M,
C. Kittridgc has been chosen.
The 2:nd annual meeting was opened at to
A. Jl. last Tuesday, Rev. J. Wnlam.iu, lat
year's moderator, In the chair. I'a.ttirs were
present as follows:
Hawaii Uevs. J. S. Kalana, S. IV Kaata,
S. W. Kckuewa, S. C. Liihlau, S. U rWii.
G. W. Walau.
Maul Revs. A. Pall, J. K. Hihio, J. K.
Joscp.1, S. K. Katrukahiki.
Oahu Revs. J, Walamau, II, II. Parker,
S, P. K. Navvaa, E. S. Timoteo, J, Kekahuna,
J. N. Paikuli, S. Waiwaiole, J. W, Knapu.
Kauai Revs. J. II. Hanalke, S. N. KapahU
J. M. Kealoha, 1 . II. Malioe.
At Large Revs. L. Smith, D. D., C. M.
Hyde, D. D II. Bingham, A. O. Forbes, D,
Kapoli, G. Lclco,
Rev. G. W. Waiau of South Kona, Hawaii,
was elected moderator and Rev. E. S, Timoteo,
of Walalua, Oahu, was re-elected secretary
After an address by the new moderator a com
mittee on overtures was appointed which re
tiled and afterwards submitted a report includ
ing an order of business for the session. The
committee's report was adopted and Ihe statis
tical reports of the various churches were then
taken up nnd read.
Changes have been adopted In the constitu
tion of the association, as follows: First The
lay delegates to the association will hereafter
be six for Hawaii, four for Maul, four for Oahu,
and three for Kauai j Second The recoids are
to be henceforth kept in Hawaiian only;
Third Twenty members, instead of thirty, as
heretofore, will form n quorum.
A committee of the association has been ap
pointed to devise means for securing a suitable
building in Honolulu for the accommodation
of the annual delegates when here.
The association resumed ilssetaions Wednes.
day morning. The reading of reports from
the churches and associations was resumed.
Following this came the discussion of the mat
ter of business on the docket. The question
of providing entertainment for pasters and dele
gates at there annual meeting wat referred In
a committee of five, A discussion was begun
in regard to the present condition of the
churches, and Ihe means for awakening new
interest, but the noon whistle sounded and the
association adjourned for the usual noon lunch.
In the afternoon the S. S. Association met at
Kaumakapili Church. The Convention of the
Voung Peoples Christian Association was
held in trie evening at Kaumakapili Church,
Judge Judd presiding, Mr. Fuller delivered an
addiess, which Rev. A. O. Forbes translated.
The following officers were elected: Hon. A,
F, Judd, president 1 Mr. W, II. Kahumoku,
vice-presidentjMr. David Waiwaiole, secretary;
Mr, Henry Walerhouse, treasurer) Kev. J,
Walamau, executive committee jointly with
The Hawaiian Evangelical Association con.
tinued Its sessions Thursday morning at K
waithao Church. After the usual half hours
devotional cxeicltct, the rrports of the treasurer
and secretary were read ami icfcrred to a com-,
roillee for consideration and report. After the
noon lunch the session was resumed. Various
cominlttcet reported. In connection with the
discutiion on the foreign mtsiiorury work the
association voted unanimously to urge upon
the Hawaiian Board, to make immediate pre
paration to rend six new missionaries nest year
to the Gilbert Islands.
The tnnnal tea party of the Hawaiian Evan
gelical Association took place last Thursday
evening. It was hU as usual In the parlors
of the FcrtStreet Church, and was attended
by tome 50 Hawaiian delegates, Includirg a
few women, and several luetubers of the Ha
waiian Voung People's, Christian Association.
These annual tea patties have been, since their
Inception, occasions for pleasant Interchange of
courttslcs and Amenities between while and
Hawaiian. The tea party has been an edu
eator a valuable aonteettc object lesson to
Hawaiian! aad, atlhcyjuve ttaiheicd from
year to year, there has beta a steady impsove.
tsMt oa la part of tit astrsaatio Itlssttiiii
tn table manner And In social greeting-- judg
ling by foreign sinndjrds, At about aqumltr
past five the tei ity lirgsn. Pen and coffee,
sandwiches, bread anil butler and eake were
served and Iteaiiily enjoyed. After Ihe te-
past A hymn, with Hawaiian words, watiung.
Rev S. W. Kekuewa offered prayer. Mr,
Kckuewa u Mtir of ihe native clittrrli in
K0I10I1, when- he ha sucrerded Kev. Ellat
Bond. Ilewtt al one lime an efficient mis
tloinry on one of Ihe Marshall Islands,
Remarks were made by the following per
sons 1 Kev, George Lcleo, now blind, for fif
Iceti year a missionary lo Aplang, who tlalcd
hit determination In have hi two children
Itolneil to liecottie mlsslonaile to llic equator
ial Island of Ihe Pacific! Itev. Ixiwcll Smllli
And E. C. Oggel Mitt Mary Oreen) Kev.
Stephen Desha, of Noiookio, Kona, and Kev,
Kalapa, of Kauai, a last year' gr.vhi.ilc of the
North Pacific Missionary Inttltttlr.
The loncert al Knuinik.i,lll church on
'I huisdny evening wa nn enjoyable occasion,
An eiamlnalion of Ihe pupils of Knwalshao
Seminary was held nt the school building
At IU A, M, yesterday there was nn exhibi
tion of the Hawaiian Sunday Schools of Oahu
The llnwalim Board met ot 7 p, vi.
Why Wa It ) will lie the theme of Pastor
Crursn'a brief sermon to children and adttlls
Sunday mtunlng, Reception of new members,
i.iptlsm and ihe I-ord Supper will follow the
sermon. In Ihe evening Kev, J.. (., Uggri
will preach In a union audience the annual
foiclgn mission rermon.
It gives 111 pleasure-to be able to stale that
the physician who have Attended Mrs. '', II.
Davics through her long and painful Illness are
now hopeful lint she will recover pleasure
thai will be shared by all our reader.
Honolulu, June 6, 1885.
While no change In the condition of (rade I
noticeable since last writing, there are sufficient
Incidents for the week to relieve Ihe monotony
of summer dullness.
The arrivals have been numerous, but of the
four so far reported, two arc for the extension
of our already ample coasting fleet, a steamer
and a schooner, both of which are creditable
additions, The Jennie Walker bring up a
load of Fanning' Island produce, and the
Notth Star brings another cargo of coal to nn
already well supplied market.
The steamer W, It. Reed, which was sold
at auction recently and was bought by the Pa
cific Navigation Company will be altered to a
sailing vessel, and refitted for more active
service than she has seen of laic.
The depailmc of the Alameda on Monday
lAst lent considerable activity to the water Iront
for the time being, a she tool; a large and
valuable cargo and a large passenger list for
Ihe coast. Her freight list is valued at $195,
399.74, of which $193,381.74 was domestic
produce. The Bculali followed on Wednes
day with a cargo of sugar valued al $51, 897.O3
and the Consuelo on Thursday with sugar,
valued at $.(6,188, making the total exports
for the week $293,485.37. The barks Ceylon
ami Autumnc left in ballast for Port Townscnd
and Humlxildt, respectively.
It is pleating to record the further dividends
of the Paia Plantation and the Hawaiian Agri
cultural Co. of $1.00 per share, each, and the
Walmanalo Sugar Co. of $10.00 per tharc
all within the past week. With the recent
rise in sugar and stiffening of the markets the
dividends among the various plantation will,
It is hoped, become a regular feature again,
and revive the weeLly transactions of the stock
j . :
The 'auction features the past week base
been little hciund the regular room sales, but
Important sales are in hand for attention during
I'isliel'i new brick building it rising I'hconit
like, from Its ashes, and promises an improse
ment to the corner ofKort and Hotel street;
it is understood that the plans have been
changed and the building will lie carried up
two stories instead of one.
The City of Sydney will be due, probably
to-morrow, from the Colonies', en route for
San Francisco, and will take the next mail.
On Monday nest the Mariposa will be due,
with dales to the 1st instant.
Vru Hanu Vuhttco.
Wecall attention to the list of goods that
are to arrive by the Amy Turner for C.
lirewer Ic Co. See advertisement on first
Attention is called lo the new advertise
ment of Ihe Yosemite Skating Kink, to be
found elsewhere in our columns. This rinl: is
daily gaining In pnpulaiity and affords a very
pleasant recreation and amusement to its pat
rons. New features every week.
Madame Wanck, tales San Francisco, has
opened a very neat Ladies' Hair Dressing
I'arlor in the new building on Fort street oppo
site Dodd't stables, where will be kept a fine
stock of hair goods, toilet articles, etc. Indies'
will bewailed on at their rctldcnce if desired.
Gent's tonsorial parlor in connection, see new
Said a young doctor to a lady patient i ' You
must take exercise for your health, my dear."
" All right," said she j " I'll jump at the first
offer." They were married about six montht
aflvrward, went to housekeeping, and pur
chased of Messrs. II E. .Mclntlre & Uro.,
corner of Fort and King streets a supply of
their fine groceries and provisions especially
one of those Westphalia hams imported direct
from Germany by steamer and rail, not forget
ting at) assortment of their fresh canned goods
aod Jrcs.li roittcd and ground coffees, as well
al teat and '.t thousantl and one other articles
In their line.
A new device for trapping fish Is a small
circular rairror, from the sidet of which pro
trude a wire noose. The fish, seeing its reflec
tion, thinks tt ts another fish and moves up to
it, when itt nose strikes the glass and the shock
springs the noose. The mirror is a'.tached to
ilineflhe tame at a hook. The iasentor it
dtad. Another new device lo capture cus
tomers is by underselling your competitors.
The latter Is the i.iethod adopted by the
"Union Fecit Company," corner Queen and
Edinburgh streets, whose targe and well se
lected stock of hay and gralrt, bran, boiled
linseed meal and oil cake meal attracts close
buyers. They, also, keep on hand, cut hay in
grain sacks, and fine rice straw for bedding
put uu In convenient siio Irate. A few of
those celebrated Liverpool salt sacks for horse
rubbers at JO ctt. each.
When the modest touru; run ts unespcct
cdly caughl In a pailor full ol women, several
of whom hate roguish eyes, and he begins to
try to think, whether hit hair Is parted straight
or not, the blushes start front hit foichcad and
creep over the lop of hit head and down his
bask, until he feels like a nurmeg-gratcr with
a tic at, Tbe painful sensation are Intensi
fies! when lie discovert that all the women
havt; dUcsiteml that the suit of clothing he
wear Usho'dy, and (tttlug, having been
kMtstkt al A rra.ly.made clothing store. To
gMi4 milntl Wing plat-til In such an cmlnt
rtttaittg potUIuu tja to Mr- I- ' Ktw, '
tssMTavUet, No. af Matthaat stiatM, otvl order
one of trV-e elesnt tulli of clothing winch
"Kerr" msketaj tuch reasonable price and
width give fiilsfarllort to every purchaser,
fllte him a Irlal nnd you will tie svell tnlltJ,
No rnsn ran goitown into the dungeon of
hi etwricricc, and hold ihe torch of tntlli In
nil the dark chamber and hidden millles, and
not come up with a shudder and a chill nt he
think of Ihe lime when l undertook to talk
politic with Ihe ileal old father of Ids first
twetthearl, while Ihe glil wat lucent, ami of
the time when he imagined Mini II was an easy
mailer In declare hi love for her and wint her
In rrlitrn. He ought In have paved Ihe
wny by first taking her out In Messrs. King
Bni', new orllst store, No. 87 Hotel afreet,
nnd presented her with one of those beaulllut
inlntlng' by.Jule Tavernler, either the
"KllaiicA. Volcano" scene, done In nil, or
"Diamond Head" in jttel. Or he might havt
gratified Iter by hiving her portrait painted by
Ihe Michigan Portrait Co, Messrs. King
Bros., Ihe ole Agent of this firm on these is
lands, lake order for portrait, enlarged from
any tlc of photograph, done In wattr colors,
pistel, crayon, or Indlt Ink, which are re
lumed hi Iwti months beautifully executed.
See peclm"n In window.
N. nn How, retrofit,
the nw I'art'iM, cfifitaiilnj Uitm I'mvATft
JUtom, It. n cltcintly decor t(l ami fwrnUttil,
nrl will be Wj't ft nrl tun rrort Hit
CELEBRATED ELITE ICE CREAM
Will Tirtdi wlih pme nnd tMklmj flavcrin".,
f'rfn.f, t.iwen, Ortingf, Vint A?? ft, StMn4-etrj,
VrtM Ahnamt, Cfifcr (,tnt, He
SHKRIJiyj'S and i(ji:s,
In lrm vnri'tjf,
Smd with (Jake niArlt on th I'rrmia-,
Ifr Cream Drink) rrMd loonier in Any tyU
Sotl Wjifr, O.i.fier AI and Tahiti Ccmonaiii.
RnnnT' thoifftt midiei reciv1 lrli try tvrry
I'AMtUKS. rArtTir.,fUut, and WrUDINM iaj-pll-d
at thou notice.
Kadlm cn hare their homfmi'Ie Cream (rntn anil
C'aVc baked to order at rratonaMe prf(,
A larve auoriment of Shell. Corali, Volcanic Sfecf
men, Tapat and general LUlattd Curio, always on nand
at rfatonahle uiicrt.
II, J. HART.
Proprietor of the Klite lc Cream Par torn.
KIhk up Tclf phont Ho. 8 -M
Th Mr.RciiANT sTHr.rr stationkrv
AND NEWS ACinNCY of
Til OS. 0. THRUM,
Hat been consolidated with hi
Fancy Goods and Bindery
limine at ht
Xovi, t. Store,
as;-j), imnWER'S DLOCK.
THIS SPLENDID RINK,
Recently cnUrueil and laving ihe best of floors, Is
OI'EX nVKUY AITKttSUOS nml SHIIIT.
TUEfDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY F.VEX.
INGS, and WEDNESDAY AFTEROON. Assidu
ous attention paid to th comfort and pleasure of all
ADMISSION 1$ Cts. NO OTHER CHARGE.
G. J. WALLER,
5a BUTCHER &
rTo tlie JJVont.
A GREAT BOON 'IO HONOLULU PUBLIC.
IIEEF. VEAL, MOTION.
I.AMI'. PORK AND FISH
Kept for four days after U-nj killed, by Bell Cola
man I'alent Dry Air Rcfrifcrator, GuaranttMl lo
kevp longer after delivery iKsn frcsh killed tnealb To
U.hidalany of.MR. WALLER'S MARKETS and
On Kins; Street.
T MEAT FOR SALE ALL DAY, t
t2T Hanking tht public for pavl favors, 1 solicit
continuance of ibt sarue. G.J.WALLER,
RS. THOMAS LACK,
No. 79 Fort Strtvat. HoBoltUtt,
IUrrkTSR ANU UKALXI IN
fm'i; Atlarhmrnti, Hit tiisd Artttrln.
AcaNt rot THE
Whits sr.J ihe l-lGiir-RuNiiiNO NswIloutUachlna,
Howard's Machine Neslles, all kinds
Cotliicll's Bilk, In all colors and sites:
esrlartoor's Linen Tlirtad,
CUrk'aO. N.T. Machine Cotton.
Mnt. Dontrnt'i X liable Cut faftr Palltrni
Iataler la Hint),
Gvns si A SrosriNO Goo 01,
Shot, Possess, Cars.
and l staivic CAtTUDcas
KKItOSE.SK MTOrr.S, tn mil Ill's.
SewinK'Madiine, honk and Gun.RtpairiDf promrHrr
hltended lo. ttst
CITY SHOEING SHOP,
(OPFOSITC DO DOS STABLES.)
Hirst SbMisg It iH its hiMltis
Ihm tn lha aui wwkaajiJtL nuiuwr.
Ouf Rales ill l leasonaiiv.
Tbe ttndvrhirfMd, kavui( Umanl out lh Ldwss of
dir. jam. Pwua la me aoovt aaop, mikus j coMiwa
ance OS lb liberal alnjisa bestowesi ots lha ial &tw
Mr. j. W McOwtali i4.4 taa blaaast
Awaxd aa4 raylryti. for kit Wfd-aiiiU m
U taa HattaUaa aUkustsloa far Ibt ssssr tstas.
aVatf Horses takaa to Ihssbop aad relivSkpiAl samts
masn nen iniiiA. . W. McfaSALIi.
CABBS. BUSIN8SS CARBC.
caa e KmI u ordtf at tk
FKsvak tUBUHINO CfVS. OrllCfc
Yosemite Skating Rink.
tvroRTOAann's hotich op salk.
llsr ,Hf.tilt,f RII'I'III'.N lr.NCf.lt, IM mo.t.
(tt't nifil In trtsln rnonest s tnsdt tir K AM t (,
, tml KAIIIKI, V, litr MWn.l, rf WiUlnls,
lilindMOsliti, imUI Snt,ln SriKr, rfsrnl 191I1
day ot NerrmUl, 17), rofili In lh offi , lh
Kirltfrr of LmTi"KM u I lp 7, on folio jn
Art IIS. ft Sff IrwUSKMd to tl, tl futili tueliofl, on
KAIlfHIlAV, In lllhittrf"' Junt. it Mil stton(i,
t l ivmn, lh pnyiiy titln, In M i"tft
(ollnr(i Noill In M'l WUlit l) lonMitlnf
uftnt- fftllftsrlna' ,kI( bf Isnd, vi, it 'Ivn fsrn
Puck' wl Kills, rM $ tn-uwt m, met MMlii
l.itr i!,.YlU.t In (toy, I I'slist Nn, ni6l Nvl,
It , lli fslNvf of sM Ktmvt. I -'I wis tarn I'slcKvs
and Kills, r, t-looul insert, rn'if laltieullllr
d'uiitoil In Kosl I'liim No if-jt Id Milulv, ., t!i
rnolh'f of ull KamsA, w
I tons Ctsh. tJfvtlstl !' of imitliisvf, Tor
fiiflhvr I'lflUolurt trwmlrc tf
;. M. MONSAKHAr,
Or In Aitotnvy for alflsif ivv,
t.VONS A IXVF.V AMkxiv.rt,
MOHTOAnnil'3 NOTICH OP I'OHRCLO
sur ami tile
In icefiviliiKu with a rrfr of sat ctmtiinvd In a
cviriln mMta nutt lr II K. .VAAKAAKAI to ..
I.INIll.MArlr. iliivd IU ih iliy of Novvmbvr,
iltf, ilvl rceorifvil In Utivr r7 rjn P(t S1 nJ on,
noil Is hvrtliy oin thai ai!l rnoticagvi In
Ivriils lofoivflnsiir lulillfltfrlf.ag fvf covtdillofl tokan.
lo wlr for rM iwi infmvnl ll,rof, ami upon Mli
lortlotil will sail, it politic Melton at ll north
hd of III Ions' t'lhtja In VSlltua, Klual, on MON
IIAV. Ihl titular ol June, A. I'- iBIt, lilt M., Ihs
(.rvmhvi uWribn In said ftKatraira.
f'nrth'r (lartleulirs can I had of w f; PtrVa al ft
Kaahllinartll irrevr, Honolulu.
'I h rrvmls to lie sold trv situated In Wallua In th
th! Idand of Kauai, and coosla of . r lrtl I wo tr
cala of land dvacrltml tn Koval I'atvnr No. a,f to
NaaVaata!, Second l wo ,arcals of land dvsiritd
In Koyal I'aKnl 41; lo Nol. W, IU I'A KI.,
Attorney for K I injfrnsna,
, llonoliiliiltl, May IJ, lilt, t'.-l1
UKTGAOIM'S HOTtCIt OP SALK,
Hydirecllortof l(. A WlDI,XtANtV.thmortfta(
nifd . a trrtaain mnrlcirt made bv llJiilA
OHM, bf Wall.ee, tiland tAfaul, to Mid If A
Wfdemann. dated iolh rlav of Notemlr. I Mia re
corded In the rHfitc of ihe Kfitlrar of LonvcyaritM In
UJr 70, on folio 3nnd ji, t are InMrutted la
ftfll at onMe auf.lwi. on SAI UKIMY. itn lit). ctUir
ofjunf, at our ul4roomf at t nwin, the ifortjr
tlmribd fn aald rrnrtg a'lolIoTt Sltiiat! tn
want's arj containing an area ot a -io art. ami
11 n lh urn dcacritttd In Koyat !'inl No l 1.
r Award Nd. J if. and lhal wrrt renewed to lh Mid
lo. OMabjr I.).', w,, by deed dated lli 6ih of
iirt,iia iff, lUKcinvr witu mi inai lanti ijinc uuniue
A ami near to tut id atjOvi mrit toned And drrltv
l-remlt. ahd iliitt lh lam land civen !Y C II
lwerito aid IoIa OhU. In cielianira for urittof
lh ftft m sv tirtbn uiultr ial'1 Koval I'alfnt fi
yiS, !(! rip imjr rrri torn roa ai trie irernr
Ierm Cah. Denl at .n of pnrcKair, Vat
further particular mini re of
J. M. MO.VflAKKAT,
Or to AtfirnTy foe Mnrtcags.
LYONS it LKVRV, Auctlorweri.
rtrril SIiipsi Amullj from l.irtfpoil.
Oplttlta " from Ltverrol, &teamrs from San
f'raneisoo arwf tthvr tar irrlvalv,
. DAVIES & CO.,
Kngllth and American F'rintt,
White Codcmie Unbleutfifd Cotton,
Uiifn Drill and Duck, Crown Canvai,
French Merino ofilltTfrent qualities,,
Orry, HIu and .Mlitd Hnnl,
WatTfTOof Tedt, Irfi MattrUU,
Silk, .Satin. Silk RILUvni,
Wlret, Hfrtlerjr, Undeixlotl.inf,
!N GREAT VARIETY.
Lawn, White and Primed MoUtUn,
Linn and Cotton lrUuio,ToweU
itaidlttrchirftj, Mtxqaito Netting,
Rutbr Ciotliinjt. Wattfproof Shtfttnf,
Men's, Women'n Child ren't lkr)t 4 SKoti,
(tliti and ttylct adapted to th! mat Let,)
HorM llUnkctx. lird t.lankta.
(alt aries, weight, qualitie and colon, )
Velvet anil Tapenfry,
llttfH ami Mat,
Onirn Knz. Nay and .Mercltant Canva Ilaif,
Finer I're Uairm. faiKtt). Suzar I '.a ft.
Met !IaK. Coal flap, 3 6. 5 Vlylvklnt,
English, Hawaiian k American Flags
Floor Oil Ootht, (taiteful deItn, Morled width)
Jen' iSaddtek. bide Saddle, Saddlery.
Iron Hwjftfad. GalvantftM ItitcVett.
TUwi4d J roc la aUttU. b'aec Pant, Fry fan.
Duuher KnWei. Knii-ef and Fork.
Tin Hate. IShrct Iad, Calvanifed Water Pipe
5 j to a mene;,
cadf (variou qualitle),
Boiled Oil, Turpentine,
(it kauge, 6, 7, B and 9 ft. tmifihi),
(alvar.!;ed Screwt and Watnrr,
Vet tow Sheothhiii Metal ! XU
Annealed Fence Wire, Fence Staples
Wire J'Unt (uardiand Arch,
Steel Kail, ilh Fih Plalca, Holt and Spike,
A LARGE KKKSlI ASSORTMENT OF
Crockery and GlawaM, Os-t, Pick, Shove 1 1,
Plantilion and aMeclianic'a Tool,
Kobey V Co' PortaMe Knjine,
One Splendid Piano, by Urinamead K. Son,)
TcMed Cluiii, (oa(e' .Soap,
(a qualitlei, in b x and 60 lr),
l!et Weivh Steam Coal, Coke,
Flooring Tile, Fire CUy,
Port land Cement, (White & JolWoti')
( ire lirick, both tyqu-irt and arcli.
Lump Rock Salt, t Ivhery Salt,
(5 to 1 a inch width..)
A .vg and Freh Asortmcr.t of
Californian and English Groceries.
This Fopuivr Bindp.rv. located at
107, Fort Street, will be able in its set
tled quarters todoevenmoresatislactory
work than that which has gained it such
liberal patronage and such willing ap-
preciation from the Honolulu trade.
It Advertises No Specialities,
but is able to do all sorts, sizes,
and conditions ol Book-binding,
Ruling, Ottering, and Paper-cutting
;u well as in ban rranctsco,-and at
At This Complete Bindery
newspapers, magaiinrjs, pamphlets, and
sheet music are neatly and simply or
elegantly and sumptuously bound, as
taste and pocket may demand. Old
books ate carefully and firmly rebound.
All Descriptions or Blank
Books arc made to order at as low
rates as are consistent with first-claav
work. I lie Uinuery is now using
Weston's " Record" and ' Ledger "
paper for all firat-clau work. A large
invoke of th'w justly celebrated stoek
ha just been received from New Vork,
Orders I.eit at the Merchant
Street Stork will have PROvirr
KOULAR CASH SALE.
OR KATURDAY, JUNE I3lat.
Ar r . m. r ou ftisstoout,
wl U M al inttlofl
R vtvanM tasSStJ(ayjSSSj y tStvaSaalMts
t.toMi . i.Krnr,
F URN ITU HE
On TilrmlaUi hmr Otli, IHHli,
Al loo'(lV A. X., al lha KaalJvnca of UK.
Nil IIOI.S, No. I'nna M., wt
actollnt ci ftvparlurv,
The Entire Household Furniture,
Ona Cplondld Toao Upright Piano,
Tarlor rurnilwra KilenJtjn Ilnln TaU,
pHtur, Uug, Crotkefy and Ulan ate,
Kltvheti Stove and Utennll,
ArxJ ftfi ft Cht.
lA'OSH . LKVK
Horsos at Auction.
On Friday, June Jii, 188S
M ! noon, In front 1 our Salesroom, wa will
offer at autriion, rme pair of tplrwlH
J'rfcllr SounJ and Ovnlle;
One Set of Double Harness,
ONE EXPRESS WAGON,
Nearly new; told on account of having no funher
ne of them.
Land, in Honolulu,
AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
. fir ilirrcllon of HUGH CRAIG, IVi , of San Kr.r,.
Cisco, we are mTructed ro sell al public suclbn.
On Sfttuntait, June J.'lth, $HHG,
At our leuoom, at 12 m., all
THAT OZBTAHT LOT OF LANS
Sitiulet In KarnakeLt, Honolulu, ftina, auddcicritied
a follow ;
Commencing at North corner of thi and running
South jo detf. VeM, one chain, thirty Ave feel alonx
road which lie betvin thi lot and
id ihe ritr poou
called PaJOJo,t.ttce South 30 da. IUt, 10 rain.. to
cliain. tj feet joining Lukahllio loi and St. LouH
School Mouottilnf 10 river, ilienca Notth is d' Kivt,
two chain. thirt)"-five fet alitifc river thenc North 04
de;, Wf fifty-two ten t.t-Oth fet, thence North 47
dcjC tS niin. Wet Iwer.ty-nine twelfth feet to pUc of
commencernent the lait 10 courm lyirz along Kau
makapiti VA contain inir thf-te hundred and ninety
fathom. Tnij; I'KKFKCT.
Term Cath payatlt in U. S. Cvld Coin, and Deed
at capenof purivhasver.
For furtlW particular and
plan of propcttr "'
SPECIAL AND IMPORTANT
Trade Credit Sale,
On Wednesday June iO, 1885,
MK.SR& LV0.VS4 LKVKV. Auctioneers haw
received Uit ruction frcwi
Mesirs. Q. 77. Mocfarline & Co.,
To aell at their Sateiroxn tl- folio in (( lot of New
Consignment, ju4 received from the .Manufacturer..!
6odoi men' Aorted Calico Clieviot and Klanoal
104 doi nenV Afttoetett Sill Merino and Canton
Sri doa men' Ahmiv Kancy CoIMed Satia Neck.
f 70 doj onu'i Brown and Fancy Colled Half IIom.
it doi nien'i BIim Duujarcn Junt(era
tltdoartadicaand iniM' plain ami Fancr ColorW
180 dot lad Plain WVtie aM Fancr border Hand
5I do ladle Aaoned Colored Knit Sha!.
jl do cbiMieii'a Sun Bonnet.
5 caet AsVorted Fancy Colored Cretan.
j rate A-wrlc4 Fancy Colored Kaleen.
7I peect Aoned Colored Flannel.
t)) piece AMOrteU Colored Fl CaAWirte,
i piece Artel Colored I In vDUorials.
a) bale Aortd White. ReJaiid Gray Ulanlieta.
pieftt Aaurti Wilth Coco Iaitinj.
47 (tacbaf ea Aorted Crxiciy.
11 pockait atotTtad fiUiware
) pacLatlt Aaxxicd ffUilooetf, Kt. r ic,
4 package Japaoived lotlel Shu
taikaft Violin ami Mutical Irulrumant,
Aii fttW Bull in V wmi U tfalUi
Vlvaltvatl WvWJ tV PeaHnt' ttV tvsratVsVefa
Thi tale t III comwU oat of th not dwbU
lint eve owd. Wiaj f9mAy Manufactrt4 foe ib
ItvUadirwisti to which we call pdal mtuntionof atc
keepers and othera. Good ready fur eaaatiAatloM o
11 Monday and Tue4ay frtrwa to day of tal.
tmT For funhar p.articulaj't aj-plr
Or G. W, MACFARLANF. k CO.
miTORTC ACRE'S NOTICE op sale.
Bydimtionof STEPHEN SPtNCKK. iU aou
face named U a cettain iuortf aaade fey ItAllAl
MANU, k.. of MmmIu. I.W1 U CUij, u Wd
itvhw $pencf dated 16 May, ill. recoried lath
of ike fUtUrar of ConveyaiM.,. la UUr U w
(ulioe 103 wd 104, w art UaMnacMti to eil. al white
aikao.aaftATLJKOAY.ti- ihdayof Jaaw.ill
at our taJerooaiv at u nuuitlM inoMily cel U
aaid aaorlratf e m futLJwt,, cmuMllois; o?a!ltBDM cartaia)
Iibimim MoavfaJiu, IaUi4of 0hu, aforaaaid, evev
laioiaji an are U a 66-100 acre. frtbmi la kin al
Patau Na iv Alao, ail that tycttaiq ?m U U-4 p
Puako, lkaain ItvUiUof L C9ouoia4 ptvimml
j4 Kftkea, a.ecfibl la Ktryal Paieot No. ))M-
Terna Laaa. lHU al eapetaM (.wluaar. Wot
funaar trtkiUr anustiff of
J, YU klOXSAiUUT.
Or 9 AiK:y fur MorlsMaa.
LYONS A LEVKY, AucikaMan,
WOBTOAOErS NOTICE OT IALE.
Er 4irtci U MAUV K, IX'KR, it mm.
tA4 m ia a certain a tt.H & by aAMCAJL
KKINI(jpaiiaof AJerwiaVd Melt V.ana. 4
KoatttW UUa4 of OaJw. tm aaa. atary la. Uvava.
JaiwlDMaUj ji, & rfc-4d la tka Ja-fW
KagtsWaf J CMnaaca la Ufcar aa, nJk
i&urwpMt,. lkek lurtkany, unSAfffVAT.
JUt ao, ijUl, mmi ttslaarcioaa, aft 11 t, aW
9KmY acaaa ia aaal mt a avaWwa, terni
tag Av pawtak vi latW. ffcat nnit1 fcatlJ laiHi
o fWi airaat a HwgMt aai reW yftn Jn ttmi
dtJiU la Nayal Paia4 dif. Pa4e4 te.. fay'
Ua4uHmmmm, aiJ .are -umtf tuu,
IwCAll1i ratMasf t4 ,' jam. Fat
WILLIAU R. ALIIN,
LVON 4 LEVEV,
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