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SATURDAY JUNE 13. 1M5
OVH IIAHK HAl.t. I.KTTKIt.
fnrtflra rt Itenrtttrt.
The third I me halt Rtmc of the seavm vai
playcil lait Saturday alttrnoon at the MaltiM
i;ioiinil between the llctietlict ami the Pact
Tic. The game, which vra to Uccin at thice
o'clock, w.-t not called hy umpire Whitney
until five minutes Wore four, uning to the
alucncc of George Lucas whne place w.i
at lat filled hy Scolt of the Oceanic until Ihe
third inning. Taken m n whole the iame wa
not well played, although Indtvtdual mcintjcr
of Uillt nine did oine ytxxl phyini;. IVitkcr
and Hay Wtnlchousc were the atrongest men
nf Ihe llcnedicts while Dick Kliatrett and
Hilly Monre played a clmc and accurate ame
for the Pacific which alone redeemed their
otherwise ewerw helming defeat. Parker tin
iloubtedly tlid the hcit pitching he ha ever
performed for the llenedictt and hi marked
Improvement coupled with the ttcrior catch
Ing of Hay Wotlchouc of Ihe Honolulu more
than overmatched the atrcngth and pitching of
the Pacifies. The Pacific were the favorite
by oddt when they won the to and sent Ihe
llcnedicts tn bat.
Levey w.i the first lo bat ami the first to go
out by putting up a fly to Shiiibcrt. Napo
leon Spencer rounded up In grxxl form, look
first base anil stole to second before Lithman
took his first on called ball. Parker followed
Llshmaii to first on seven balls and stole to
second. Hay Wodehoue made a base bit to
tight field ami brought I.lshni.m ami Parker
home. Dowsett reached hi first by a safe hit
past second base and Wodchousc came home,
making the fourth and last run lor the llene-
diets in the first inning, lloardnian went to
bat ; l)6wsett stole to third base, and, before
lloardman reached his first on a safe hit to
right field, was put out at the home plate
while trying to steal a run. Don Antonio
Kosa, of last year's fame, now made his first
appearance and menaced the boys with his
little club, After hitting viciously at spice
three times, the don tetired the llcnedicts and
left lloardman in a dying condition on third
base which he had reached by a wild throw of
The Pacifies smiled confidently as they went
to bat, but " never smiled again " for Shurbcrt
liatteil the globe to Patker and went out en
tint. Sharrett took first base on a safe hit and
stole to second on a wild throw by Wodehouse.
Winter wcr.t out on a Hy to sccontl base and
Wilder, Jr. white-washed the boys by putting
a Hy into right field.
In the second inning llurgess struck an
Inficlder and reached his first by the ball
being fumbled hy Davidson at second base.
Levey followed and made a close two base hit
while llurgess reached third. Spencer took
his first on a safe hit over short stop and
brought llurgess home and Levey to third.
While Lishman was at the bat Spencer
attempted.to steal second but was caught on a
doubtful play which the umpire decided out.
Levey in the mean time came home on a close
play from third to Wilder, Jr. Eckel caught
Lishman off his first and put him out by a
quick turning throw. Parker was at the bat
but sent the llcnedicts to the suburbs by miss
ing three strikes and going out at first base.
Pavidson of the Pacifies took the willow and
after letting Harry Whitney call two strikes on
him struck an inficlder which was thrown by
third to first putting him out. Kckcl followed, 4
took his first on seven balls and stole to second
Use. C. T, Wilder made his first, when
Moore went to bat and after two strikes went
out on a called strike. Scott (for Lucas) took
first on a right fielder while Wilder came in on
a passed ball, llefarc Shurbcrt put the Paci
fies uut on called strikes Scott reached third
and came home on a passed ball.
In the third inulng Wodehouse of the Ittne
diets went to bat and made a safe base hit by
putting the Iwl! Into center field, and reached
second on a wild throw by Wilder. Dowsett
and lloardman both took first base and
were'followed by Don Antonio ami Burgess
who both went out at first by batting infield
crs. Levey who was doing t;uod batting for
the llenedictt put the ball into left field, took
his first and reached second. Napoleon
Spencer, who (ias gained fire oitnds since
the b. b. season opened, buckled his belt up
another notch and selling a " Spaulding regu
lation" as long as himself struck a "ilal.y
outer " to Moore. The .conquering hero ran
manfully for thirty yanli but Mtxiic' muscle
outdid alor and Professor SetAt.'w'r.i'TVil in
, the pavilion, sagely remarked tha'i the only
lusuatluKcotiM be' scientifically given for
.- Spencer's falling to beat the ball was that
his velocity was overcome by the attraction
In Ihe thinl Inning the Pacifies scored two
tuns. Shatretl went to bat and took first.
Winter followed and made first on. a wild
throw from short stop lo first. Wilder, Jr.
took the bat and reached hi first when
Davidson followed ami batted a foul fly to
third which was caught in good style by Don
Antonio Kusa running with Ihe ball. Eckel
made a safe hit and took his first when C.
T. Wilder went out on a foul ta Wodehouse
ami Billy Moore rusticated the nine P's by
going out ou first base.
The Utacdicu received their first coat uf
lime the lb
rth inning. Lishnua went to bt
it. patker folluurctl struck twice
ami went 01
on a colled strike. Hay Wode-
ms fvnt hut went out while try
to second by a, thiuw from
log lu sli
Pacific went to bat took his
Kuml un a muff at first bate
kilt to vMid.'Shutlwit struck
-ft inasliler atU wat wtt at rint, Dick Slur-
HH MM that bftH.M HflM who fumbled It and
14 Latea kssaaa. Msarratt stole second and
ihbsl Wait In' Mi, to raach the' home plate
by Wistoc atvi WIIM. Jr. both sUikiu. out.
TtW Mill liming uoatw! by Dowsett, of the
awjawaaisM, UeaW fest oh an intsWUw and bo
it sstsxisbss. ew 1. imam itaa
Aataai" anal atWDsHt both
1 tiiJii -" - .! basal
sMwTwy HBMVaT ! ssTtwl
kssraK Ida 11 lgfjgrittn
ftdaftasras kal kaBsaA a Mft(
W M aaai ttaft
sjMtat sm! M Ma taais
ft iwassl a vsMlft.
Tlw Pacific received their second goose egg
in this inning. Davidson went tint on a fly ti
second base and llckel followed out by Parker
throwing the ball to firM. I', T. Wilder made
his first by hitting the ball to center field ami
toeik his second on a wild throw by Hay
Wwlehoue lo first bae. Moore look the bat
and Wilder succeeded in Healing lo third but
Moore went out by linking up another
awkwartl foul fly, which was nicely held by
Don Antonio, who again ran with the ball.
, In theslsth inning the llendlcts made one run
and Ihe Pacific were again whitewashed, the
scorestamllng 12 to 6 in favor of the former nine.
Lithman went to bat for Ihe Hendedlcts but
went out on a lly to Kckel. Parker went out
at first base after three strikes. Hay Wode
house look first and stole second ami third.
Dowsett look first and Wodehouse came home.
Dowsett then stole second ami third lave
when lloardman sent the Ilenetlicts out by
tlppping a lly to Moore near third base.
Lucas took Ihe wooden sceptre but gave it
up by putting a fly within reach of Dowselt at
second base. Sliulicrt made hi firvt, stole
second and took third base on n passed ball.
SI1arr.1t struck out and Winter made first base
but put Ihe hoy out by Irving to run to second
In the seventh inning the llcnedicts scored
two more runs. Don Antonio Kosa led off
but went out by hitting a fly to Kckel. llur
gess hit an Inficlder ami made his first on a
wild throw from third to first and took second
on a p.mrd ball. Levry then made first and
llurgess readied third. Spencer went tribal
and after three strikes reached first by a scratch.
llurgess stole home. Lishman went out at
first base and I.evey stole home when Patker
put the side out by butting a lly to first base.
The Pacifies increased their score by one run
in Ihe seventh Inning. Wilder Jr. went to bat
and was put out at first basenfter three strikes.
Davidson made his first ami succeeded In
reaching third, coming home on a wild throw
by Wodchousc to third. Kckel then went out
on first and C. Wilder sent the Pacifies In the
field by going out on first on the ball being
thrown from second base.
When the llcnedicts came in for their eighth
inning the Pacifies changed pitches for the
second time and put Wint'r in the center. Hay
Wodehouse went to bat and took hi first,
readied second but went out on a foolish
attempt to reach third and lost the llcnedicts a
run. Dowsett made first base. Boartiman
went out on a fly to first base, before which
Dowsett took second on a wild throw by Wilder
to sccontl. Don Antonio made first have and
Dowsett come home. llurgess took his first
on seven bails when Levey put his side out by
settling a foul lly into the hands of the first
The last of the eigth inning was short and
decisive against the Pacifies. Lucas struck out
and Moore ami Shubert loth went out on llys
which were held by the short stop.
Kckel pitched for the Pacifies in the ninth in
ning. Spencer grasped the stick but immedi
ately retired after balling a fly to center field.
Lishman followed and went out pn first after
mlv.!ng three strikes. Parker took first.
Wodehouse made his first, and Parker took
third. Dowsett went to bat and Wtxlehrnise
stole to second. Parker came home and
Wodehouse took third on a passed ball and
before Dowsett put the side out at first,
Wodchousc came home on another tasscd ball,
closing the Benedict's score at 17 runs.
The Pacifies now look their last chance at
the bat, Sharrett going nut at first base. Win
ter got to his first and readied second. Wilder,
Jr. went out on a lly to Spencer in lef. field.
Davidson went lo bat, and Winter stole home
when Davidson made a, three-base hit, and
Kckel closctl the game hy going out on first
base with the Pacific's score standing at S runs.
" Imitation is the slnccrcst flattery," says
Pascal. I was flattered to note a weak Imita
tion of "my own modest notings in Mr.
SpreckcIV paper las'. Tuesday. It wai evident
ly written by a blind member of the staff; and
vv an inaccurate enough to have Iwen prepared
as an editorial for the "great" journal.
Honolulu, June to, 1885.
The usual sporting fraternity, some of our
respectable horse breeders, several members of
sod :ty and many others, assembled at Kapio
lani I'atK yesicritay to see tne races, ot vvhicli
the following is the score :
Grazier's Plate $100. Running race,
j.mile dash, open to all, weight forage.
Mokuleia Stock Farm, c h Faiamma, (4
scars), site Monday, dam Abbie W 4
Waterford Stables, b h Hancock, (aged), sire
California, dam Puss , 3
Caiit. A. II. Haley, g h Garfield, (aged), sire
California, dam Oueen 2
Kealia Ranch, Belie of Kauai, (aged), un
QllEKN's l'LATK $125. Trotting race, for
Hawaiian bred horses only, mile luals, best
two in three to harness.
Col. R. W. Purvis, sf Fannie, 2-1-1
W.'Horan, b g Honest John ,.,.,1-2-2
Time, 3136; 3130 j. 3:30.
Hawaiian Jockey Club Cuts A sweep
stake of $50 added. Cun to b.- won bv the
same petson twice, the second winning to
be at any future annual meeting. One mile
dash, open to all 3-xcar-old.
Kealia Ranch, b f Rnsita (late Eva), sire
Flood, dam Rivulet 1
Samuel Parker, b g Col. Gift, sire Wild Idle,
dam Kate Gift 1
Waterford Stables, b f May D., (late Colum-
lunej, sire Mnannon, nam Luna 2
Gov. Dominis" Cuts A sweepstake of $50
auued, Jj -mile ttasn, 2-year-oiits upen to
all 2-ycar-niit iiawauan-brcxl horses.
Waterford Stables, g f Jennie 11., sire Water-
foul, dam Kate Ixe , 2
Chas. Lucas h Jim Dodd, sire Waterford,
dam Lallah Roukh ....I
KinuN Pi ate $150 Trolling race ; mile
heats; three in live; open to all.
K. U. Miles.... ..br m Clcuilntina taucd) 2
Wm. llotan... ligJoeDake l-dis
1 tine, 2inn t 2:3014.
K.miukii Cut' $7 added. Running race,
mile dash, open tn all Hawaiian bred norses,
weiuht for atte.
Henry Keith,..., ........ b g O II (5 years)
sire, vxatcrlorit; itain, t-ulka... ...... ,.,,4
Waterford Stables. ...tin Lady Hooker (3yrss)
sire, Joe Hpojsci dam, Nevada,,,.,,..,. 1
Capt, A. II. lta)ley.....,gg Stranger (aged)
Rose, turquoise blue hoops, black cap. . , .3
Charles Lucas ........... g g Poni Moi (aged )
sire, Waterford; dam, Black Maria. 2
Cisr Liu en's Rack $50, Trotting or pac
ing. Mile and repeat. Open to all horses
that bavencver beaten three minutes. Owners
to drive to toad wagon. J
Cecil Blown., ........in g,lliuiy (aged),. .1
S.I.Shane -...ag Dick. ...ills
H.J. Agnew gm Kittle Malone '
Samurt Parker b g Consuelo, .."
C, U. Miles Imi Katie...."
RtxtmociTY Plate $200 Running race.
I V mile slash. Free fur all. Weight for age.
K. R. Miles chLangfordJr, (aged)
sire, Longford; dam Flora .......I
Leloy llowaous ,,,b h Ivanhoe,,,.!
MokuleU Stock Farm. ......... c h Falam ma
tire, Monday; dam, Abbie W ......... .4
Waterford Stables . . b ui May D. ( 1 years) , . 5
Kealia Ranch, b m Kosila, 3 yri (late Eta), .3
Pony Rat $75. Kunu'ng face, one mile
lavh, otn to all tunica tbuitccn hand MoU
W, Drawn, cal h Piau(5 years). ...... ....4
D. Lovcl, bh Kltti 1'eU (4 years) ..a
Ileal Kapu, s h Ua Vllkl No v. 3
J. I. Dowsett, bg llwa'Nui. ..5
Capt. A. Ik HavTcy, bin No Name. .......
Kauehamhia PusTtv-Swo, Kwaftieagrace.
Two tulle ihuh. Open to all. Wtittbt for
E.K. MtitchUaiMi. r. (awd)......
Chaa. Luajb w Id, CM sire, VrUl Ukt
ilfttMjjIluklliM ljWr..,,,;.,,, ,.,M.I
Tfa-J, $41$ not ait, li$l.
Tk kwt mi tVr mt rtvee of the day.-.
tliaaf eSSftMat Wl a aMislial falUll
t old, fiieffl. dead '
The warmth and breath of life are irone from lh
flirt grand indeed In death art thou, the latt
On Oahn' We to wear dread Pete's wreath
Of fire. IVfmMe, ntale-mindedmrf,
TrHmgh late on ihee her favors were beati wed,
lo other love In distant ports went forth,
And waves her famine acetJter far away
On Manna I,o'b lofty dome enthroned.
No more within thy deejiened enp do wave
Of lift) Id fusion to their Mating crest
Atjout ; lire fountain there no Linger tlay.
Nor move shaver thy circling rim are dashed
Successive clouds of burning spray, nor down
Thy mitred sides do fiery streamlets ponr.
Hut chill and vptceles as the tomb thou art J
And passing shadows all the iltj enrobe
Thy death still form In somber hoe. Around
Hiee stand, as in vast amphitheatre,
With head o'er lopping head until the peaks
Far back look down on all, the mountain In
Deep silence ih'same that once had gated in awe
Upon the shining diadem now thine
No more. With pity ihey regsrd thee dead.
And at Ihy feet the orran billows fall
And lift their voice in unceasing dirge
The vale and cliff repeat In mournful wail, '
!.!Ve thee must I all life, 'fhe richest crown
Must pai toother hands, and other Wow
Adurn. 'I he brightest lUht must darkened he.
The firmest grasp of liower must loose its hold.
Applause and kindest word must fall at last
On ear that bear no sound J and love, forsooth,
To deepest grief and bitter tears must turn,
When ill 'grave It object holj. All this must be
1 hough ceaeless lamentatiun fdl the air.
Groan. V. Stewart.
Visalii, California, May 10, 18S5.
I.I TK It A III'.
" KtiriieAtirrieirt Ihr CoiiiurrlHU King,"
llr. H. SI, Xrurll' iMlrtl.
Dr. C. M. -Newell, author of "Kalanl of
O.ihu," " Pehe Nu-e,"ctc, has just Issued a
romance of Hawaii, cnlitlttl : "Kanichameha
the Concjuering King The Mystery of his
tlirth, Loves ami Conquests." The work is a
duodecimo of 398 pages, well printed and at
tractively bound by the Knicketljockcr Press
of (J. P. Putnam's sons, New Vork. It is
dedicated by permission to Queen Kapiolani
and is embellished by a woodcut of the Kamc
hanicha statue in front of the government
building. A glossary of Hawaiian words ac
companies the story. Mr. Ncwell's preface,
from which is taken the following miotation,
succinctly explains Ihe plan and scope of this
fascinating story: "The greater part of this
romance is a, truthful narrative of the real
hlstoty of this most remarkable of Hawaiian
kings. None of the battles described,
or of the personal combats of Kamehamcha
are fictitious, though the historian has de
pended for his details iqwri the traditions of
the priests and the chants and tneles of the
ancient hards, each of whom seized upon the
most dramatic cxch of his theme, to the ex
clusion of all intermediate incidents those be
ing left to the modern narrator to conceive."
The story ojiens in Wairnanu Valley, de
scribed with many graphic touches. Many
of the titles of chapters arc well calcu
lated lo pique curiosity i W'oocd and
Won and Parted Korevci t Midnight Incanta
tions Among the Ghosts ; The Keast of the
Warlike Kings ; Koyal Lovers on the Moonlit
Shore j Kainelianieha's Pilgrimage to the
Gods ; etc. The temptation to quote at
length is great. Hut a single extract must
suffice an extract which, while it has little to
do with Ihe story proper, illustrates well the
author's style: "What an arena of savage
grandeur is the Pali the Thermop) las of
Oahu. What acrcd memories flood the mind
when wc recall the tragic incidents of that
dreadful battle I The heart thrills as we con
template its life-like visions of historic drama
come and go before our wondering eyes. Here
bare the head and bless the hour for what
you see to-day, for, towering like an eagle's
cyrjc, the Pali now overlooks a paradise olj
Christian homes, a bewitching panorama of
peaceful lands. These are
nature's best balm to dispel our sadness and
assuage our tears after sorrowing over a
nation's bereavement when standing where a
once martial kingdom was lost and won."
" JIMioj.'m Ulna."
A pamphlet has been received from Prof. F.
A. Forel, of Mongcs, Switzerland, containing
his article published in the Archives des
Sciences Physiques et Nalurellcs of Geneva,
lor September, 18S4, upon the present con
stant atmospheric halo or corona around the
sup, which he, with others, attributes 10 dust
from Kiakatoa. With this was enclosed a
circular from M. Forel upon the same subject,
dated April 27, 18S5, soliciting results of ob
servation of the solar halo in a series of ques
tions under the title, " Couronne solaire, soit
cerciede Bishop, ohservee en 1883, 1884, ct
18851 par M. !' A. Forel."
The above designation of this halo is ex
plained as follows: "The persistence of this
corona, which I promise to call ' Bishop's
Ring,' from the name of the observer who
gave the first description of it, from the Sand
wich Islands, (Nature XXIX, 260), is truly
Mr. Bishop's earliest description of this
singular phenomenon, which procured him
this honor, was copied by Nature from the
Saturday Press, of Octolicr 6, 1884, as follows :
"During the past two weeks, the haze-stratum
has developed more definitely of form.
In certain conditions of sunset light, it has been
distinctly visible as a continuous sheet over the
entire sky, at a height far above that of the
highest cirrus cloud. A slight wavy ripple
ha been very noticeable, in lis sltucture. It
has alwuvs been perfectly transparent, trans
mitting the light vr the smallest stars, and
itself invisible, except in particular condition
of sunlight. During several days, it has
formed a conspicuous circle of 15 to 20 degrees
radius against the sun, appearing as a iiiialy
rippled surface of haze with faint crimson hie,
which, at the edges of the circle, gave a
purplish lint against the blue sky,"
Mr. Bishop claims also to have been the
first to publish, under dale of September 19,
1883, also in this journal, the opinion that the
" Red Glows were causcsl by smoke from
Krakaloa. Whether any Jtsmjlion of them
appealed at an earlier date anywhere, he does
not know, but believe not, lie proposes, to
lie quite content, however, if M. Ford' name
for the Solar lulo shall hold, without his hav
tng to l responsible lor so formidable a
phenomenon of such irregular behavior as the
" Red Skies."
It may not be generally known that the ml
skies were seen at these islands af-n earlier
date (September j, 18S3) than elsewhere re
ported, except front ships at sea In this ocean
two days earlier, whose observitiotu were
collected ami publishes! in this journal and In
Nature by Mr, Bivhop.
The sapodilta tree Is defined at "a tree of
the genus tuirat (atkrat tafcta) growing tn
Ihe Wot Indict and in some parts of South
America. It Is a large, tall and straight tree.
often having 11a bunchu fcr the distance of
sisiy or seventy ftt from the ground, lit
fruit is about the size of an ordinary quince,
having a rough, brittle, dull-brown rind, tha
rWth lieing o, a dirty yellowish-white color,
vety toft and deliciouihjr sweet." In the
grosimU, of Mrs. Fannie Love, on Fort street,
thaw Is a upudilU.ce which haa btsstn to
csHriiy ta bearing. It wiUbe a gJ stsWsoe
fur thou who have tastes this vMictotta fruit to
tryauJsMwtc vc4 for pUatisig. The fruit
aught to aatl wU in tKt local muktt ausl
rw Ma, w4y It shauU not be
It. K. A.
rf TVerterrrer'i llemrl
The follovvlne; is the report of the treasurer
of the Hawaiian Kvangelical Association, Mr.
W. W. Hall, for the year ending May 15,1885 :
Oahu- Kott Street Church per J. A. Cruan,
714.301 Kalihi and Moanalua per S. I'.taluhi,
15.00 ( after sermon by S. K. Paaluhl, 15.00 i
after sermon by Kalli, 16.55 I I'ethel Church
per K. C. Oggef, 38.00 ( Kwa, 19.50 ( Kauhl,
1.501 estate of John II per A. F.Judd, 45.19 ;
Gilbert Islanders In Honolulu per II. Illng
!um,S.tjo t Wailliia Church, hy S.N, Kitierxon,
25.00 s Mrs. Haalelca, 2.00: llailam.i, 2.00 ;
Waikane Church, K. P. Alkti. 25,00 1 Wai-
manalo, S. Waiwaiole, 10.00 ; Kawaiahao, II.
II. Parker, 300.00) Kaneohe, per Kamaunu,
Colbert Islands I2J0
Caroline Islands 72.75
California, per I Kualawa, Vernon 50.00
Balance from last )ear
Oahu Mrs. M, S. Rice, 600.00 j estate of
lolin II, per A. K. Judd, 100.00 1 Waialua
Church, per S. N. Lmerson. 25.00 ; Hanula,
per Knapu, 30.00 1 Waikane, per K. P. Alkue,
20.00 1 $775.00
Kauai . .7,00
American Hoard towards saluies of
J. Bickncll and II. II. Patker S00.00
Balance from last year
Avails from Book Depot
Mrs. M. S. Kice
Balance from last jear
, (iENKRAI. FUND.
Oahu S. N. Castle. 1 2 (.00 : Sale of
Waialua School premises, 2,011,2; i Kauma-
kapili Church, A. L Smith, 72.50 ; Bethel
.nurcn, f-. i-. (Jggei, 40.20; iiirs. jvt. Js.
Kice, 250.00 ;' from Kohala hemmary not
used, 249.38 : $3,368.33
Balance from last Jear
American Bible Society, Imoks sold
and invoiced $1,306.90
(jllbert Islands, avails ol books,
504.56; Balance from last year,
Marshall Islands, avails of hooks per
K. M. Pease, 149.40 ; Balance
from last year, 20.75 !
Caroline Islands, avails of Imoks per
I'. K. Kami, 19.25: FroinMort
lock. It. W. Logan, 26.25 !
From American Board toward salary of K.
W. Damon, $1,000,00 ; Home Mission bal
ance account, 545.00 : $1,545.00
i. 1 . ..i. institute irom nouic mission 10
Total Receipts, including Balances
from last year $19,325.12
Micmncsian Mission $3,946.55
l'ublicatlons , 1.305.32
Home Mission 2,469.85
Chinese Work 1,545.00
X. P. M. Institute 580.60
American llitile hociely Dralt to
balance account 1,306.90
General Fund .1,748.88
rm r. 1 t n..l.l! :.. " ... ."1
Caroline. Island Publications 80.22
Marshall Island Publications 326.87
Cash on hand
The balances to the credit of the several
accounts are as follows :
Publications. 424.28: Home Missions. 48.70
Gilbert Island Publications, 366.41 ; General
Fund, 479.74; Foreign Mission, 578,92:
Lest, ueot 01 L,aroline Island 1'ublications,
34.72 ; Marshall Island do, 156.72 : total,
$191.44; leaving the net balance cash on
The closing meeting of the Hawaiian Evan
gelical bociety was held last .Saturday evening
and consisted of a vote confirming the minutes
of the session. Sunday evening ltcv. II. II.
Parker preached at Kaumakapili and Rev. E.
C. Oggelt at Fort-street church, each preach
ing an interesting missionary sermon. .
In last week's account of the election of
officers for the Woman's Board, of Missions,
the name of Mrs. F. W. Damon, vice
president for Chinese work, was omitted.
TAe Qurrn's HutpUal,
The following is the reiiort of the physician
in chief of the Queen's Hospital for the
To the Trustees of the Queen's Hospital :
Gentlemen I have the honor to submit the
following report for the quarter ending May
31st. The total numlwr ol patients at present
in the hospital is 55 ; viz : 31 Hawaiian (17
nudes and 14 females), 3 Chinese and 31 of
other nationalities 22 paying.
Numlier of admission during the quarter,
101 ; viz; 32 llawaiians (17 males and 15
females), 9 Chinese and 60 of other national
ities. Discharged, 04 ; viz : 29 llawaiians (17
males und 12 females), 5 Chinese and 60 of
Deaths, 14; viz: 4 llawaiians (1 male and
3 females), 5 Chinese and 5 of other national
ities. The causes of death sverc as follows t Acci
dent 1, aneurism I, berilKil 5, congestion ol
lungs I, consumption a, disease of brain I,
dropsy 1, gangrene I, marasmus I,
The highest number of,, indoor patients was
69, lowest 53, daily average 58. Number of
prescriptions 2,725 ; calls at the dispensary
54S. The number of patients treated at. the
hospital was as fullows, t March, 107 ; April,
91 ; May, 90.
The following is a resume of the report of
Treasurer John II. Paly, for the half year
ending May 31st, 1885.
Cash In Bank . ,,..,.....,,.,,,,$ iso,oi
Etltmat! rH.-ipu frsKA isay of pa
ttewu for June, .,..,, tassj
Kaunatesl rwctipuoOlawaiian Se.
nsvnajsj ixssscnzer taaea fuequar.
let etsJing stxh June . ... a,ccsi
Prupuetioo of riHHorxtukro fur atU
la supiuft atvUUe joth Juitt,., I,yxaa
-i - $tr,aa.ei
Itilla (ur June...... , ,$i,Boi.ao
Ansuunt diM ttefievisW.il Sjuoettes. 0as.SK
S.11 r.. ....... 1 e . r
w. u hwmmum .T. wy iraw sM.-
ssun...,. . , ,, .,,,, , wO
Rev. Oliver I', Emenoa, of 1'eacedile,
Runic Island, yuungci brother of Dr. N. lb'
Encrton, arrived by that Maripau. tie rat
Kudc to vUit hk mother at Waialua, UtHK
h will return lo Honolulu In abuut a wee.
lie i unuiairioi, ana u ipoken w u a ytiimg
man of fiu ability ami well deveu)d
Henry Uiadlcy, wm Ktt4 1 TtMf
VKsitig, m Ms tmidmm on, tfc atnm af
IWtmnU ami Kww nntu. 'athitty
ipai tlai al.nha mm fi '
lit wWat I m a li- djum
age. TV mini Mii tl.
Mr- sum (at tirttNt OtfltttM.
Ib'NoUM.f, June 13. 1SS5.
Business for the'week lias lieen quiet ami
InterniDleil by our national sporting tlay. A
belter feeling, however, may le said lo prevail
since Ihe improved condition of the sugar
matkets ate Assured a nf a permanent naluie.
The semi-monthly circular of Williims, Di
mond & Co., herewith, treats fully on this airl
In local matters the principal feature of the
week has Ivcen the trade sale of O. W, Matfar
lane it Co's. at Lyons & Levey's on Ihe loth
and 12th instants which was fairly attenttcd.
The Orient from I.iverKwl, with a full
cargo of Kuropean staple good to T, II,
Davies & Co., came In on Sunday last. The
City of Sydney arrived also and sailed the
same nay, and the Maripoia am! Claus Sprock
et, from San Francisco, brought In the usual
assotled cargoes. The Klikltat from Pott
Townsend keep up our sorts of lumber.
Ullltttmi, Dlmnnil A Cn't Vtrrular.
San Francisco, June 1st, 18S5.
Our last circular was dated May 15th, er
Suoar Since our last report the Katcrn
and Kutopean matkets have continued to im
prove. Manila sugari have continued to ad
vance and the ptosjicct is favorable for still
better prices. The cause of the recent odvancc
after the past few months of great dullness,
dining which time sugar has sold lower than
ever before, I chiefly due to the great shottagc
in Ihe beet crop. It is well to note in this
connection that neatly one half the sugar sup
ply of the world consists of beet root sugar.
It is gtovvn in Germany and France princi
pally, and Is about Ihe only sugar used on the
continent of Kurope, Kngland and the United
States are aliout the only users of cane sugar.
Prices have liccn so low that growers of beet
have been discouraged and consequently last
year there was much less planting and the
yield was reduced about twenty per cent, and
this ) cat's crop is still further reduced.
This dccrcasctl production of beet root has
ncAv begun to be felt in Kurope and in conse
quence raw cane sugar has gone up i to
cent per II). in New York and from I J to Ijf
cent in London.
Havana sugar planters are preparing for an
increased average in the next crop. Wc quote
from New Vork cschanges nf Slay aist, a
"The advance for spot sugar docs not as
fairly represent the market as sales of sugar
afloat, which are considerably higher. The
advance from the lowest price is very insignifi
cant when compared with the rise in London
and on the continent, and as a consequence,
receipts arc beginning to be affected, which so
far this month are 33.3CO ton less than same
lime in May, 1884, and by reason of Increased
exports of refined, the meltings are largely in
excess of last year. The change since Januaiy
1st is important. Then the excess of stock in
United States was 26,326 tons, while now it is
14,299 tons less a difference of 40,625 tons
influence towards higher prices. The Brazil
crop is irttially exhausted. Sugar from Cuba
and other West Indies is going away from us
to a much larger extent than last year, while
all these crops arc smaller than last year.
"From May 15th to October 1st of last
year, we receive! from Kurope 22,000 tons,
while this year refined as well as moderate
quantities of raws are being exported to Kurope
in much Lrger quantities. It is also important
to note that home consumption at this date
last year was 102,000 tons ovtr the preceding
year, while now it is 14 tons more than last
"In view of the above fact, it would seem
that a change in (he parity of prices in' Kuropii
and here must surely come to enable us to
draw sonic necessary supplies from Europe."
A'irjc i'oii; May 39th. Cuba centrifugal:
96 test are held at 6Jf cts. and sales have
been made afloat at 6 5-ioth cts.
The trade expect to advance prices one half
to one cent per II'., which still continue )i ct.
London, May &)lh. Beet 16 s. 9 d.
The beet crop is now estimated at one half
million tons short of last year. Kngland is
substituting cane sugar. Cuba market is very
On May 16th, the Manila basis advanced to
5.24 May 20th, to 5.33 May 2tst, to 5.4:
and May 25th, lo 5.60 the present basis.
Rick: Market firm at stfe. 5c,
Stock light and very little demand,
Flour: G. G. Ex. Family $4.70; El
llKAN:- Per ton f. o. b. $15.00.
Barley :-s No. 1 feed perctl. f. o. b. $1.25
ground barley, f. n. b. per ton $27.00,
Oats: Fair $1.30, med. $1.45, choice
$t.6o, f. o. b.
Hav: Comprcvietl wheat and oats $15.00,
large bales $18.00, f. o. b.
LIME: $1.40 per bid. f. o. 1).
Charters : Since our last, few transactions
have taken place, as shippers have shown but
little disposition to make new engagements and
under a pressure to close. Iron tonnage,
3.3-9, Cork, u. k. has been accepted. English
advices continue unsatisfactory and at this (line
we can only call (he market as very quiet.
We anticipate an early harvest; with the
ield still In doubt.
KxctlANOEt London 60 ds-st. $4.86)4',
N. Y. sight 1-5 prenj.
WlLLIAitS DlMON'tl & Co.
I'll, Itottm I'stafrw.
Said a young doctor to a lady patient 1 " You
must'take exercise for your health, niy dear."
"All right," said she; "III jump at the first
offer." They were married aliout six months
afterward,' went lo housekeeping, and pur
chased nf Messrs. II E. Mclnlirc & Bro.,
coiner ol fort and King street! a supply of
their fine gniccilcs and provisions especially
one of those Weslpnalia hams imported direct
from Germany by steamer and rail, not forget-,
ling an assortment of their fresh canned goods
and fresh roasted and ground coffees, as well
as teas and Ihe thousand and one other articles
in their line.
A new itevice for trapping fish I a tmill
ciiculir minor, fioiti the tKIci of which pio
truile a wire noose. The fuh, Kcing It reflec
tion, think it it another fish nj moves up to
It, v hen it now litjlc the glisa an the thock
ipiin,; (he rtookc. The minor i attached tn
alinefthe waieata hook. The inventur U
dead. Another new device lo ciptuitr cus
tomer i hy unilerscllinij jour coiupetliur.
The Utter i the metho.1 adoptesl Ly the
"Union Feed Company," coiner Oicen an.1
Csliaburgh alrrcti, wboe targe am) well
lectesl ktock of hay and guln, bran, boiled
Hwecd nteal and oil cake meal attract ctoae
buyer. They, alio, keep oa haad, cut hay in
ynin tack, and tine lice maw for betiding
put up in convenient tixe bale. A few of
IsVsaa calcinated Liverpool nail lack for horte
rubber at 50 cti. cash.
Wbtn the inoJwt young man la uoeapect
sxlty tsuujkt In a parter ftjll (jf viwi, ierwai
of wIhio) have ingviiili cyws, and he tjcgin ta
Iff to think whwbar hi hair U parted maighl
or taat, tba hlmhw ataH fcots hi forcbaad nnd
rWp RW the top of bit, hand and tWwn kia
1. ...Stl L. t. 111.- T ...j.-n
tw, Tkt gtllaa im It.
fwt taskasn bt alaanar-.tte Mmmmn
M.aa Mak tlaitliiritaWvtaf
wears is shoddy, and ill fitting, having lcn
bought at .1 ready mule clothing store. To '
guard against being placed in such an embar
rassing iosition go to Mr. U II. Kerr, Mer
chant Tailor, No. 27 Merchant street, and ortler
one of those elegant suits of clothing which
"Kerr makes at such reasonable prices ami
which gives satisfaction to evrry purchaser.
Give him a trial and you '.sill be well snittJ.
No man can go down info the dungeon of
his experience, and hold the torch of truth lo
all the dark chambers ami hidden cavities, ar..t
not come up with a shudder and a chill as he
think of the time when lie undertook to talk
politics with the deaf old father of his first
sweetheart, while the girl was present, and of
the time when he imagined that It was an easy
matter to declare hi love for her ami wins hers
in return. He ought tn have pavcil the
way by first taking her out to Messrs. King
Bros', new artist stoic, No. S7 Hotel street,
ami presented her with one of those bcautilul
painting's by Jules Tavcrnier, cither the
Kilauca Volcano scene, done in oil. or
"Diamond Dead" In pastel. Or he might have
gratified her by having her portrait painted by
the Michigan Portrait Co. Messrs. King
Bros., Ihe sole agents of this firm on these Is
lands, take orders for portrait, enlarged from
any size 01 pnotograpn, tlone in water-colors,
pastel, crayon, or India. ink, which arc re
lumed In two months beautifully executed.
See specimen In window.
Yosemite Slating Ri.
THIS SPLENDID ltlNK.
Recently enlarxt 1 and having tlie best of floors, U
OI'J.V KfEttV .1 FTIUISOOS lln NlllllT.
UF.SDAV, KKIIMV an.l SATURDAY KVEN
INOS. and WIIUNKSDAV AI-TKROON. Assidu
ous attention paM Xa the comfort and pleasure of all
ADMISSION ,i Cts. NO orilF.K CIIAROK,
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets.
Livory, Boarding, and Sale Stables.
Corrbge for hire at all hours of the Any or night!
ato, conveyance of all Und for parties Eoing around
Excellent Saddle Hones for Ladies and Gen
tlemen. Guaranteed Gentle.
Large and small omnibu for picnics and excursion
Fiarties, carrjing from to to 40 passengers canalwai
secured by special arronsements.
The Lonjy Branch Bathing Houie can aUaj.
be secured for picnic or cxcuriou jartiesby appljing
at the olTtce.
TEtEPIIONE No. 34.
341-364 J AS. DODD, Proprietor.
GEO. M. RAUPP,
Fort Stroet. Opposite Ootid' Stnnlea.
Beef, Veal, Mutton, Limb and Pork.
German and Pork Sausages,
Fish, Poultry and Vegetables
Orders will receive prompt attention. Shipping up
plied with dispatch.
Tflephone No, 104.
CITY SHOEING SHOP,
(OPPOSITE DODO'S STAHLES.)
' CI jfe
Horse Shoeing in all its Branches
Done In the mot workmanlike manner.
Bacing & Trotting Shoes a specialty.
Our Kates will be reasonable,
'Ihe undersigned, ttaving bought out the Interest of
Mr. James Dodd in the above snop, solicit a contlnu
ance of the liberal patronage bestowed on the late firm
Mr. J, W. McDonald received the highest
Award and Diploma, for hla Hand-mad Shoe
at the Hawaiian Exhibition for tht year iMa.
4T Hone takn In thfho
u and returned at hori
notice when dcvired.
J, W. MCDONALD.
No. W King St.. IIonouiu', It. I.
nuncAi rnnaa axo bas nrra
Coppir fluid Sluot Iron Workit
RANGES, TINWARE, Etc.
tttT All work cuarauleed and all uvden futUullj
ftttciidcdta Plseasa leave orders on th uate
IMfOKTKK AND DEM.KH. IN
SOOTS Sc SHOES,
No BO fort Strait, HomUIh. K. I.
t lh. Lrgl anj Wsl .juoslmtnl of
LadUa", Catlaaaa'a and CkUdrna'a
Baoia, Sbaos, SUpoar. Daadaf Puaapa, ate
To U fustoj est iKtl Islarsita.
Price a. bi a atMwtstr. lor aiauLr qtultly of
gtMsia. slan4MjM aolkuttl n4 prtHnlrfl) a&tctil!.
"MB 6BNUINB ABTKLB
COLUMBIA RIVKR SALUON
Js rKaitW (wsa) HunUoJ, OraajtM, b,
TsMa Mab cm b rHai avasM m tHaaaVOaaa
Selrral SMfl .U1U1I) from Uwponl.
nr " Oplivtia frent Ltverrwe-I, Steamer from San
rranetsno ami other late arrivals,
THEO. H. DAVIES ft CO.,
FuglUh ami .Imrtkan Print.,
Whilt Cotton, Unbleached Cotton,
limn Dnllar.1 Ihiclt, Crown Canvat.
trench Mtrinnof iIitTeffnt qualiti,
Gry, HI h ami Muni Flannel,
. Waterproof I !, Ire MamUl.
Si.ks5tt.nt, Silk Kibh.rf.si,
Velvet, HoMerjr. UnJertlothlnf,
IN GREAT VARIETY.
t.awnt, White and Printed Molet-tin,
Unen ami Cotton Tri-tjulo-i, Towels
IlawkertMefs Mosquito Net t inn,
Kutber Ck.tMr.rf, Waterpr)f Sheeting,
Men's, Women A ChiWrene IJjot Shoes
(Ue and yt aJ fried hi market,)
Iton l.lanVtU. lied KljnWti.
(all tttt weights qiuhtiei and color,)
Velvet antt Tapcttrif,
Jttifj and Mat,
Centre Ktict, Navy ami Merchant Cartvat Hags
filter Pre Hags (tti). Sugar Hats
Hire Hags Coal flags 33 Ply Twine,
English, Hawaiian & .American Flags
(1. 5 and ; jards)
Floor Oil Cloths (ta-Ueful dettens aurted width)
Men. Saddle, .Side SaddJes Saddlery.
Iron lleditead. (lalvanlred tluckrtl.
Tinned Iron iea Kettle, Saucepans Fry Pan,
tl. ...L.. Vi... t.' .-i T I..
(iut,viiv-r rtniTti, r.niTr onu ruiKi. v
Tin Plate, .Mieet lad, HalvanWed Water Pipe
t;i 10 a incne;,
.end. (varioti nualitle).
Polled Oil, Turjntine,
( K2f. 6, 7. 6 and 9 ft. length),
Galvanlred IScrews and Wainers
Yellow HhenthtHQ Metal .! XattH
Annealed Fence Wire, Fence Staple.
Wire riant Ouard and Arches,
Steel Kails, with Fish Plates, Holt and SplVes,
A tAROK FKF.MI ASSORT.MF.NrOr-
Croc Very and CUwar, 0, Picks Shove U,
Plantntion and Mechanic' Tool,
Kobey tfc Co Portable Knzlnei,
(4 II.PaQd6 H-P)
One Splendid Piann, y UrinkmcAd fi Son,)
Tested Chain, otnse' Soap,
( qualities, in bxs 94 and 60 tars),
Itcht WeUh Steam Cm), Coke,
Floor In it Tile. Fire Clnv.
Portland Cement, (White fc Johnon'a)
rire unci's uointuareanuarcn,
Lump Kock Salt, ruhery Salt,
(j to is inch width.)
A Large and Frnti Aortment of
Californian and English Qrocories.
G. BREWER & CO.,
Otter for sale to arrive per
LARK AMY TUIlNElt,
From ItoMon, due
iTULV 1, 1885,
Franklirl Stove Coat h Caik,
bbl-u crushed Sucar,
Caw Fraer's Anle Oreau,
Caics Uw Handles,
Itblt. Nc. i Ko.n,
M Lbl. Wilmington Tar,
Hates Navy Oakum,
Cases V.x Lord Oil,
GnnJstone, Iron Safes
ISUs. Dairy Salt,
IIUs. Cemrnt, i) and a in. O IIomts,
Cases Axe and t'ick liandlcs,
lltils. V.x Prime Pork,
CumlierUnd Coal in Lullc,
White Wood Lumber,
Ash Lumber, (
KaMern White Pine Lumber,
Cases llnned Tomatoes,
Electric & Downer's Kerosene Oil
Ketchup and Codfish Halls,
Casr Clam Chowder,
Fish Cow Jer and Gherkins,
Case hauee Meat,
r.tav tt,tf If.. Tnin.lA V.vi.n
V.".. iiui,biiiii 4 vui4.iv tnaij.
Case I luck ill's Mock Turtle 'Soup,
s.aset uuckms j lau soup,
lluckets, Lime Wash Hoards,
Cases CrtAirs, Cotton Waste,
Case Velio Metal btiealhinj,
Keg's Yellow M. bheathing Nalti,
HhU. Twine, llalen Duck.
Hide 1'oifto.i, Ltnseed Oil,
CascH Jirown 8oaj9
)i bbk Mineral Taint,
Book Cases. Assorted,
Extension Top Carriages,
Cases Cur let I Hair,
Drums of Cau4tc Soda.
G. J. WALLEK,
5a BUTCHER "te
To tlso Front.
AGREAT.BOON TO HONOLULU PUBLIC.
IIEEF. VKAL, MirriON,
LAMM, PORK AND USH
Kepi fur four da after lieing killed, l.y llll-Cole-nun
I leiit Dry Air Kefrierator. , Cuaramesd to
k.ep longer after drlivery tluui fresh kllkd meats. To
U.had at any ufMK, WM.I.KK'!! MAKKK( aM
Ou Kins Stre.t.
T ilKAT (OK SA1.F. ALL DAY. "tX
W lluntlnit Ik. .uUic fur pan f.uus, I solicit
contiiiuaiK. of Ihe aauii, U. J, W.LI.r'.K,
M Hot.l u M4MUT Ubnury BmiUi.
FlKST-ClJsSS HOARD KV THE WEEK.
MONI II. TU TRANSIENT.
5(cUI avmnifAUtai( fvr Ladies aiul lVauilUa.
Keadmg 'tU with D ly I'jpera own M the
The Coolest Dinimc IUmsm In the dry, NO TI.1KS.
tJ-,,, H BARBER.
Cua-iaa or llarai. aku Uaioit Stmsrt.
BRANCH Or BURBKA MARKIT.
lis. .mtewjanasl ku tutmiUl
Matlwi aad (s tmsuassl w nrmuli- fcatMi alt anan.
h iaat lifttssasl unaaiy m
UtEF. VKAL, XirriON
I.AUU AND FOKK
Faaui Hoatt lawA (! iUit
IkitUWOa AHU HuaMI .MIS UM &.WU6M
(a tsUiir, )
EGULAR CASH SALE.
on rniDAT, juwe isth,
Ar ta A. M. AT Of .SsiriaooMf,
wilt I void at auction
I ry Corel. Cthln,
GbtMware, Crock ery ami Tinware,
Sacks No. t and t Sugar,
Set. tlu(tfy liar nets
And a full awrtment ot
We have Wen Instructed tn sell at Public Auction, at
the Kel.lence of W O. SM 11 H, Pentacola St.,
On iratncHiUty, Jtuir J79 188R,
At 10 o'clock, a, M., lh F-ntlre
In Part a Follows :
Ou Splndil BiUiud Tibia 1
With Cues, Hall and Racks complete: Plack
Walnut Library Table and Chain. It. W. Side
itoard, It. W. Secret ray, Rattan Rockers, Vases,
Picture, Hmckets, Kugs, WiihIow Curtains, etc.
B. W. Bed Boom Sets 1
Hair and Spring Mftltrav.it, Paints Hvdroom
Sets H. W. Wardrolw, Mat Kack. ChamUr Sets.
II. W. Meat Safe, I'efriferatur, 1.0.1 litre. Mo
milto Net, ChelTonler, Kitchen UteniU, Ciairt,
'I able, Crockery and Olaware, Clocks, Ltc.
Also, One Double Family Carriage
Nearly new ; a Seta Single Harne, t Phaeton,
GtrdenlooK etc, and About 75 choice Chicken.
Also, will be sold Immediately after the abort aaJe,
One Houne anil Lot,
Situated on Penacola Street, 011 the easterly slope of
Punchbowl, the Premise ctmmt of lot 341, 343 and a
part of K. P. jj9 with a frontage of 40V1 feet on Pen
Ihe ltoue contain 4 Bedrooms, Parlor, Dining
Room, Hithird Room, a Pantries, Sewing Room and
Kitchen. There liaIoone tot t age containinz lied
Kuom and 9 Dteviin Koums ; and one coitags
contaiining two rooms J aIo, Carrlaxe Houto
for 1 canuxes, a Servant Rooms, large Store Room,
Stable, Hayloft anil Wash l!ue ; alo, lare Chicken
House and Yard. Tlieir Is a Ca Machine In good
order and gas is laid 011 throughout main builJuifr, a
cottage and to front gate. 'Hie re is a 1000-barrel Duck
(Istenvon the preum for ue In ex- of fire or drouth ;
water is laid on throughout the premises I here are a
number of Grape Vine and Panana Tree tn full bear
ing aad a trUmUrof yriunf Fruit 'I rce, The premiers
command an unrivalled view of the sea from Utatnotkl
Head to the mouth of the hat bur. The title is perfect
ami ree simple.
There itm l-au nf flt.rt-a&rtr nf Pjtitir I ml ail.
fining the Houw It, bavins ai years et to run, at
an annual rental ot i2o writer, wm be AttincU to tne
purcltater vvitliotit eharRe irilenreil.
M4J ror iw-inicuur oe to title, etc, apply to U
Thurston.-jS Mereh.mt St.
Land in Honolulu,
AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
Uy direction ontURII CRA1C, Ks.)., of San Fran,
ciscu, vse are insttucted to sell at public auction,
On Saturday, .Tune liith, MSB,
At our Salesroom, at ta at.t alt
THAT CERTAIN LOT OF LAND
Situated tn Kamakcla, Honolulu, alna, Aiid described
as folio wt, :
Commencing at North corner of tht and running
South w dec. West, one chain, thirty.fie feet along
road which lies between this lot and the fih pond
called Paaoio, thence South 36 de. Kat, yimin., two
chains, jj feet Joimng Lukahilto lot and .St., Ixuis
School Ifoiise lot to river, thence North 14 deg Kast,
Imo cliains. thtrty.ftve feet along rler thence North 64
deg. et fifty-two tc-tel.th feet, thence North 4)
deg. 15 rnin, Wri twenty-nine twelfth feet to place ol
commencement the Jan two courses ljinialorv Kau-
makapili lot containing three hundred and ninety
fathoms. 'IHLK PEKFLCT.
Terms Cash payabl) In U. S. Gold Com, and Deeds
at expense of purchaser.
For further particulars and
plan of propcil). en
TA'ONH dt hKVKY,
lurORTGACBB'S NOTICK OP SALE.
Uy.li,ectio.lof.STEF)IENSI'ENCKR. the mort.
Eagee named in .Tenain mortgage trade by KAMEO.
w., and KAIIIKI, V., her KusIuikI, of Walahole.
Island of Oahu, lo sakl Stephen Spencer, dated l.ll
day of NoveinUr, 1875, recorded in tlie offic. of tli.
kegi.irarnf Conictauces In UUt 70. on M104 io
and 3a j, sv are instructed to sell, or putttc auction! on
tsAl UUDAY, the 13th day of June, at sur wiesroon.
al la noon, the properly specified Li saist mortfaxa a
lollowat huuated in aalit Watahole and consisilnx
of the fjtwislii)! ircela of land, vU. t 1 'ten Tarsi
1'atche and Kula. area 5 60-iuo acre., mort partictl
Inly described in Koyal l'alinl No. 14.010 Naeal.,
k., th. fnther of said Kameo, a Two Taro I'atchea
and Kula, area oS-iwof antverf, more partlsularl y
described in Koal Tatent No. 1001 to Alalulc, w the
MiuiMcr u. .aki ivauieo, w,
I'ernis L'.sh. Deeil. .1 f.fiibn nt mili.p. Pn.
further particulars cnuiit of
J. &l. MUo.KKAT,
Or In .Attorney for Alcneaace.
LYONS & LhVF.V Actioneerfc
ORTGAGEE'S NOTICK OP SALE.
Uy direction of If. A. WIDKMANN, the mort,
named in a tertain Mtonave made by J Oil A
OHiA, of Walhee, Maud oTMaul,
UHfA, of Walhee, Ulaud of Maul, lo -id H, A
curdsri In the oHVce of the Kr,lsinir of Co.ie)anca tn
iaiiEc 711, ra rvrtuat jjossnu st, wv are (UMrucieu K
sella! trtiLllc&uftton. rm S.VI U HIJAV. ik titk iIaw
of June, at our sale room, al i noon, the prc-fty
deMiibed In utd nijri4at, as fvllott! hiliuied Hi
bcliis; lh " described In Ko)t Talent No. 138) L.
aineeanu containing n area 01 a o-io avrs, ana
vwru tin, 4, aim u( wrr ronveycu to tM taid
lokU Ohia by l-lc, w.. by deed dated the 6th of
March, tlti. lovitbr wuh kll itt Ul Kinio (iaJj4
of and near to said above mcritkN4 and described
premises, and beiog lite aame laitd givtn by C H.
lowers to sam joaiausia, tit eivrnge for a uriunT
tlta brrmiiet) deribd under said Koval Pra No.
JJ3i ald strip being used fur a road al the present
Wrms Cakti. iecdat upensa of puicba r. far
further partkulara tixiuue of
1 J, M. MONSAHKAT, V
Or lu Atlornev for Mwrtgaata,
I.VONS & LtVE-V, Attciien. '
W ORTOAOHBS NOTICE OF SALE.
Uvdifedlonof STKPIIKN SPENCKU. 1 mort.
iazea naioed in a ArUtn nwriaafie made by KAHAU
lANU.k., '4 MMualua. ItWl of Oahu, lo said
Jie hen Speittcr dated 16 May, il; ie.-unUd In the
U.e of lite Ket4raT of ConvcyattcsMt tn liber u 011
Mu tr) nd 104. w are lutf rutted to eelf. at Millie
auaisw.j(ihAlUKUAY,lc ittbdayof June. l,
id luuruajce as (ulinv, unsisibta 4 ail thus tenalii
Imcuu i U Muaiulua, Island of (Mhu, afort Jd, con
tainiiig an area of 1 6V-iou acres, detnbed la Kovak
Palecti No 415. .U a, ail ihal certata immi of bad Ua
filus. Labaiiu, lUnd of Haul, cosaiaJ U( I roud aat
34 petibrs. dcawiiba J in Koywl Peol No, IJJ4.
TuauCaUi. 1mI po-eof yurvKaafr Fw
furtber partkuWs enuuve of
O ). U. MONSAHBATt
Or to Aiuxney ( atWrtyaa
LYONS & LLVtr,A-'i.
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Hy dilution of MAKV K. LKWKKS,
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