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BY E. P. ADAMS.
REAL ESTATE !
THIS DAY. SATURDAY. JANUARY 17,
Oa I he I rets !. Kalltai.
At 12 Ei.. by ntd'T nf f . B. tle aad L Wl!pi. Asairner -,f
E. tkncbi, Uai-krajx, I will Kll at au.oo, t'OIt tAMI,
I -j th r-r of the Jwe i:ir. h-wsi c.f saJ E. ftr'ht, with
Puil.l.of ih-reon, j SiaMr. CarrUj Hoa, CLirkm
1 1. hum, rig rt. Stall. f!2on II . e. Alo, an ur.lii.l--.
eM-hair interest id a aiijoitur.f; the maaka uie cf fc. S:ihx"
frtmuM, ao-1 including square rhain. bring apaoa No. 4,
K. I'. AD.4.M1, Aarl'r
AUCTION !S 1, 12 !
ON MONDAY, - - JANUARY 19, 1880.
la frooC of 8lrirom, at M o'clock, a-no, I will ott-r
3 I) LRU AM II I'LL.
I ATKKMIIMK BILL
tT Term Cut E. t ADAM.', Aoct'r.
REGULAR CASH SALE !
On FRIDAY, JANUARY 23rd,
At lOoVUwk, A. M , will beankl
An Assortment of Dry Goods,
While anil Brown Cottons. Fine White Shirt.
Atn-rieaa Prints. W hlte 4IU, -Wniteand
Ked Wool bUDSMs
fancy Uonl. Men' Snr.s, Ladi-' FMckinr,
Fancy Wool chirt. Clothing, etc.
Also, Fresh Groceries and Canned Goods !
Me Murray' 1 and 3 lb. Ojat-r. Lobafrs. Salmon,
Jan. at Jriliea, Ookien Gate Tabla at iie fruits.
La Croia Corn. Olfve Oil. Krrix-h oliv. i Sardine.
Lanl. Hama. anal baron. lix"l Pickle., rioap,
pnrk ami Beans, Tms Milk an. I rVxia Cracker.
IUle Cond'nsrd Mil. Keg and Biffl Sairar.
Bag Cora, Oats an.l Bro, A llf. Bbls. Salmon,
Caae Cooked Corned Bef, BotU-d Beef.
K. I. . I A MS. Auctioneer.
leask" AT AUCTION !
AT SALESROOM UM
SATURDAY, JANUARY 24th,
AT 1 O'CLOCK, SOUS',
By Ord. r of the
Trustees of the Lunalilo Estate,
I will off-r f .r a
To fin r Ten Yoai-s
LEASE OF THE ILI OF PAU I
In Waikikl. Oahu, situated oa both aiiles of tbe
Waikikl Rosvl. containing
AN AREA OF 24 27-100 ACRES,
and Grass Land.
XT TKRM AT S A L.K.- Chart oo Exhibition at
C p. A&AM3. Auct'r.
OMIK RK.HIIIKSCK F TIIK LATB K. G.
1 ADDLKLY.aahoct distance ahove the firt btidge.oo
Nauaan Anu. Th. H I nearly talf ao acre in . tor
furtker tnfhtwation enquire an tb premie. p'-St ta
riMIOIC FREMIHEH JUTCATK 1 II I II.O.
1 spooait. tb Court liooae. unMe .r a flrt-ela.i Hotel.
A U In aood or der io4 repair. Afpiyt"
J. II CONfT. Honolulu,
off. RICH AkhsUX. llilo.
ri'IIB TWOWURT R ESI DKSCK. f ITU ATE
1 o...j . n.l rm ftreet. Honolulu. I in excellent
order and repair, with "d ad lufflcienl .aturage for two
or tare aoraea. liaI n pnan: J
Bortcax " tm" Tar. at n per cent, per annum,
enriu.r. .rf (dd If) THO BttO W y , KetUtrar a Oillce.
OW SEW EASTERS-IU'llaT FOI R
Wheekrd Oa Cart wrj aperioe make; mt the cart
M plantation . 0 LK V!L
LAND FOR SALE !
HUE CS-OERSlfiSEO. -s ATTORSEV IN
fact lor Wm. Ilulebrand. 31. U.. rnrs tor aie. on iiii
. . . . tr L'.m.n.nni aUl ta eontjain
terms, iracw w .- ,
, . ... ...i .i.. irui in IS .bLawa. sshI to contain
lliM acre, all situate in the District of Wulua. Island of
Oahu. Th lands In Kemoo were H.rmer'y l-He.l lo John
S.l.ia and Owen JJIoltOIJUtf) CHAS B. Itl.'Slol
FOR SALE CHEAP.
1GOOII WISIUHILL. I BRAS lCMH.2
Irua Tank, capable of boldinc 600 fallon. each; 1 Solid
'Frame, far ab. tanks; aleo. Pipe Work. Connections, etc,
aeooHdete. This Sl.ll can b. seen in working ordtr br apply.
Ci (ttlf) II. J. AOM.H.
tsv A UWKIXINU IIOISK IX Sfl'ANf
Valley, eosnaininf ten rooms, scrtanu house, horse
t.'"T and caxriae atable. AIo, three acrea of !'
"ure land. A freat ar:y of fruit trees and Urge Bower
warden. Uorsrnment water laid on. The premise are in
. . l tk Rnt lfid orennnireof
fan comuub. ""' ' imiviv
1-iRASK CiERTZ. BOOT A S l JUOKMAKER.
baa remortd hi. bosioeM from Uotel street to the More
m Merchant Slreel. rormerly occupied by P. W. Clark. oc
THE t'SOERSIGSEO IMASIST.
.n .hanir. of twenty-one year Iron: the
d-ia be happy "V'piiNa.
Ij (wi Parisian Bestanraot. Hotel sc. Honolulu.
A RARE CHANCE.
w-MlR NtLEI Th Stock. Fiaturea, Ooolwdl and
L, r th Oideat Katabliarw I Dry Gool Xt -rr in
l"odnls!t.'r.'., know. a. the WIIITK IIOI SK.
,Z1 oa Nuuan Street, and lately oKr the management
Thabosw torw baa been establishe.1 a good Biany years,
and ha a Urge run a customers.
Terms ana ran -"7" ;" . .
1-iwG BOl'T TO I.EA V E THE II WA1I AN
islan.ta.1 hae appointed Mr Ales J. Cartwri-ht a
attorne who will atlend t all my rune ourini my
av lor -
HIANKISG THE I'l llLIC OF IlOXoLI LU
. " . . V-M.t.r'.tfw ISsMla.wSwHl OD III in mV
luT tl) UOTTsU p .
VT . . s k, Kin font nmnr
to Jir. jono newenu.
of thou kind favors.
Corner of liotel and uuana Sis.
NURSE AND MIDWIFE
MRS. WARD. OX SCHOOL STREET,
between fort and .Nuuano IKs . hereby o-t- the
ciiisraa of Honolnlu. that she i prepared ! ' l a . I KM.
In eaawa of KICKS KS. hainf had many .speri
enceioth Il mpital. at !ueknn arl Virginia City. rl i
also a practical l 1 0 W I E prepare.1 lo attend patents
In casw of need. ...
Any application for her service either at her home or
.through IB Post Ufflco w,U be pr. mpHy attended to
U." Jin' 'AHJ. school !?tre,-t.
nHK CSOERSIUSEO II A VISC1 BKKX
1 rWtl Aigneeo of the :tate ol Chun Kao cl llooo
ul. Baaampt hereby isen to all per ''
alKe.l sotna said Chun Kao. to make immediate payment to
C ft Barwar at his ra:esroom. Honolulu ny pern own
te'g artla, of any description, which hae been deposited
ssah Chan Kan and now in possession of the assignees may
oAauan lh satus wpan proving owoersmp.
TiUCE NOTIC E !
I'ST RECEIVED BV STEAMER
Fresh California Roll Butter,
Oal MeaL Corn Sleal, Crack! Wheat.
Urocen-s and rroviiona,
Garden Seeds i" lT'O,
- AS FOLLOWS i
.r Ilea,! Lettuce, Large Vellow Onion.
Scarlet Radish. UmU Long S-mraIe.1 Kadih.
tf ur-en Cucamber. l-rge Red Sm -xh Tomato,
Vied Top Turnip, Large Drum Head Cabbage.
En Island Watermelon, Large Citron Muskmelon.
FlVfr Blood Turnip Bt. Roaaian fun Flower
..fhiLTean be had at O. HI Hotel street, b I en
IMrt and tauana, at lowest Cash Price
- rrtnntrv Orders Promptly Attended to
. . a . . ... a."
Ja3 "HO lm
TO THE BISIXESS PIBLIC or II00LlLl 1M
. sr.'W A- ffa
THE OTMLK nw.'
...he rvriFRSIGSKU WOl'M) MOST
'1 respelulfy TSm that he Is prepared to Collect Ac
,.rnd to attend Auction and make purchases there
e.t.r'e for tholeVho may -Uh hi ,r.ice in th.t line.
t!f; seuaeal Estate and collect rents, on com
inlned to him -il. lie faithfully and
promptly attended to.
BY C. S. BARTOW.
ON THURSDAyT JANUARY 22,
At 10 a. D. at faloro. cn, w.ll be --l'l.
An Assortment of Tailors' Goods
FIVE TWEEDS A.I) IASS1MERES !
Wi 1 .e off-re I in L H t ) iuit the Tm.!- ar..J imliTi
Fine Linrn I'rul and Iu k
4 Tailors' Sewing Machines!
Lot of Furniture !
FRESH GROCERIES, JUST RECEIVED,
l'il l-af I-rd, Papers -r T, Uitt!- Pirklea,
Woreefnli.re fauce, r"ieratu, ule'i LiDimetit.
Tiik lUi:er. Ivfjue, rrlui, lil tTle brand,
MrMurray "4t-r l and lb. Halis'iU, CornnJ bref,
i;r-rn C'rn, Cati!e t"af', tin AMorte-i Crarkr.
Hrling hi-:a:l, Jeniiy Lin. I Cake, ffuitana KJiua,
lin 'Ziuc ao l Jren i'aiul.
Mill's SAILS XOT SEW.
C. S. BRrtVV, Auct'r.
ON SATURDAY, : : Jan'ry 3lst.
At 12 o'clock, M, on the premue, will be aold. at Public Auc
lixo, that de.irable reai'lence, the property of .Mr.
1 Uu. bKJ W, aituated on rJttiool t-,
near kroma trt-et,
A TWO-STORY BUILDING,
Larje and airy rooms, and out building.
A large M with tulllcirnt pasturage for two or three lloraes.
Entrance to the Lot also on fcmma street.
CoBtrnl af Lai about 1 aatl 3-4 Arrra.
On sam- day at 11 o'cl k, a tn, w.ll be )1J,
Balance of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,
Marble top CVnlre Table. Large Mirror marble stand,
6 MahoTny Chair in gre-n rep with Holland covers.
Chinese Table, Tekc Dining Table, Mahogany Chairs,
.Marble V p ride Board with Mirror. Tables,
Dinner and Breakfast fk-rrice, Ulasswareand Trays,
black Walnut Bedstead. Patent r?prin( Bed, Maltrass,
liolxtrr and Pillow. Marble top Bureau with Mirror,
Music gland with Drawers. wingin- Lamp with rods,
Box tf Tools, articles of Kitchen ware, &c.
The premises may be Tisited and information gien by ap
plying tu U. B. 1IAKTUW,
Tt Iron Saff, One Iron Tank, a Lot or Casks.
nl C. 8. BARTOW.
Vriliiallo Tiesxl Kstatc.
srj) Knquireof C. 8. BARTOW.
Ol'PRKMR COURT OK Til E II A W A II AS
3 Island, in I'n.bate, Ialand of Oahu, Hawaiian Islands.
In the mailer of the Estate of JOHN T. CflAVTKR, de
ceased. Order appointing time for Probate of Will and direct
ing publication of .Notice of the same. A document, purport
ing to be the last ill and testament of John T. Charter.
deceased, having oo the l'ith day of January, A. I). 15MJ,
ben presented lo aaid Probate Court, and a petition lor the
pr- bote thereof, and fr the iasuance of Letters Testamentary
tn CII AKLI..- T. DILLINGHAM, having been Died by ELI
ZABETH CIIAYtt.lt, widow. It i hereby ordered, that
Tharviay, the 4th day of Pebrnary. A. U. 180. at 10 O'clock.
m. of said day, at the Court Koom ol sanl Court, at Hono
lulu, be. snd the same is, hereby appointed lbs time lor prov
ing said Will and bearing said application, when and where
any person inlerestel nay appear and contest the said Will,
and the granting of Letters Testamentary.
It i further ordered, that notice thereof be civen by publi
cation, for three successive weeks, in the Pacific Commer
cial AdverUser," a newspaper printed and published in Ho
nolulu Paled ilonolula, II. I.. January 16th. 1SS0.
Attest: Justice of the ruprenie Court.
A. BOcA, Deputy Ck-rk. jal St
SI'I'RFMEC'OURT OKTHE HA WA.IIAS'
l.lonls. In Probate. In the rTATK UP JollN D.
bUKW EK, of Honolulu. Uaho. deceased, intestate. Before Sir.
Justice Slct'uliy. Order cf notice of petition for administra
On reading and filing the petition fd CHAS. C. HARRIS, on
b-hulf of Mr. annie K. Brewer, alleging that John I. Brewer,
of sai l Honolulu, died intestate ar said Honolulu, on the 15th
day i f I-c a D. 1"T ', and praying that letters of administra
tion iue to him and Peter Cusbraan Jooe.
It ia ordrreit that WKDNKilM V, the 21st day of January,
D. 10. be and hereby is appointed f r hearing said petition
before the said Justice, in the Court Room of this Court, at
llouoiu.u. at which lime and place all erons may appear
and show rause. If any they hare, why caid etition should
not be granted, and thai this order be published in the English
lai guage lor three .uccessive weeks, in the Pacific Commercial
Ailvcrliser. in HocjoIuIu.
Dated al Honolulu. 11. I . P- c. 2(:h. a. n. 1S79.
Alb's:-. Justice of the Supreme Court.
A. K if A, Dn puty Clerk. Ja3 3t
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
VoriCK IS HEREBY GIVES' TH AT Pl'K
snaut tn a power of sain contained in a certain Mortgage
Heed dst-vl Ita-crmb-r 24, 1T7, made by Kanui Lumaheihei
and Wilnam P l.umah-ihei. her hnband, of Hamakua, Island
of Hawaii, and M P. Kiniuiaka and U. Lelca of Honolulu,
Oahu, Thomas Cummins of S lid Honolulu, of record in the
cBica of Hie Registrar of Conveyances In liber S3, on pages
141. Hi1 and Hi. and by said Thnmas Cummins assigrjed to
Alex J Carlwriht of said Honolulu, by document dated June
Ji. lT'J. and of record in liber M. on pages 311 and 312, and
for a brrarh of the conditions in said Mortgage Deed contained,
that a.l and singular the lauds, tenements and hereditaments
in snd Morig-.ge It d contained and described will, after the
time limit-d by Uw, be sold at public auction on account of a
breach in the conditions as hereinbefore mentioned. The pro
! rty in said n.ortfai;e d--scribed being situated in Kona Akau,
Kona Hema. Hitmakua, Hawaii, and Honolulu. Island of Oahu.
CECIL BROWN. ALEX. J. CARTWR1UUT,
Attorney for Assignee of Mortgage.
Dated at Honolu.u, Jan. 3d, 130. ja3 4t
BY VIRTUE OK A HEED OK ASSIGX-ra-nt
ma I. Octol er 2lh. l7s, by P. U. WILT, then
d'ing basiness in Honolulu as Cabinet Maker and L'pholsterer,
of all his dtork. Tools. Accounts ami Proi-erty of whatever
kind, for the b- nefil of h i crcdibirs. Notice U hereby given
to ill parties conceme 1 to present their claims duly authenti-cab-d,
and parties o.ii g to make immediate payment to I. B.
PEr.R.-40N, Cuilecror for the Ksiate.
nol THOJ. O. THRCSI, Assignee
SUPREME ( Ol'RT IX EQUITY J. SJOTT
I'M IT II. complainant, vs. ID WARD PlREHZ; 8. B.
IXil.Kar.d V. I.. WILCOX, assignees in bankruptcy of said
E. ritrehr. and CH ARLES W A LL. defendants.
By virtue of a decree of the supreme Court of Law and
Equity . f tbe Hawaii in Islands in a certain cuse depending
in aaii Court, wherein J. Most Cniith is complainant and Ed
ward ftrehz. !. B. D"le and W. L. Wilcox assignees in bank
ruptcy of aid E. rtrehi, and Charles Wall, are defendants:
II wi order-d, that all the richt, title, ltitrt and
estate of the sai I Edward Mrebi, of. in and to all anil singular
Ih. tuortgag-d preuns." mentioned in complainant's bill of
complaint. u.n I ttiereio d-rscribeil as follows: All tb.se cer
tain pec-s of laiol s:iuat-nl in Kalil.i. island of Oahu. and con
veel to the iid r.lward !"trebx by Henry J Nolle by deed
dil.tl the r,r. iln u( Ju, A I 1305, which said dee. I i re
corJel in the ojlice .f the Kt.i-trar of Conveyancrs of the
hin.-.loru. in Liber I . on page 4 il and lil; and alo all that
piece or parrvl of lai; I a.tu a'e.1 in Kal.bi aforesaid, conveyed
to ail K Iwar I tri bz by W illiant Ad.tms. by deed dated the
SUth day of June. A. l. ls7. wlnrh aid d--el is recorded In
the of!i e of tho Registrar ol Conveyance aforesaid, in Liber 24,
on page, 111 and US
Ami in accordance wi:h the aWe decree, I shall sell at pub
lic auction at K! hi. on the said premis, on Saturday, the
17th day of J ma ur. A. I. l's'O. at 1 2 o'clock noon, all the
right, title ard intere-t of the sa d lUlward birt hs in and to
the f. ilowing descrilied premise, to satisfy the deman-l of J
Molt Smth. in- rtg g-e i f said premiac, und--r a certain mort
gage dated the 31t day of August. A. D. 172. which demand
was ar,-r:a:nrd by J' tin K. Kamard. one of the masters of
sl i urt t amount to the sum of I-l.lt; bai l premises
are un lel and d-critel as follows:
Commencing at a re.lwoo.1 prnt in fence at west corner of
this p ce ,.n g vernment road, said post ling 57 II N E of the
seo.n.l mile stone, an I from hich post the government ur-v-y
s:at oKi, ! ;;i Lake. l-ar N 4J 5 11' W true, and running
N 54 - 5V E t.n-. M ft along Merk's land; rj 31 c 25' E irue.
450 It along M . k's Un l; N 47 5 4.' E true. 14 1 ft al-.i.g
M.k lar.d; 4 J IV W true, 601 fl along Mark's land; S
5-1 - 1 1' W true. 3 ft aemg Me. k' land; N 41 - l'J' W tru,
ZZZt: akr.g Milk's Und; N 4-i s 57' E true, 1" ft aloi.g
Mrrk' land; p 44 - 4-V K true. S ft along R P 875 Ap 1; N
5o 1 Z,' K true. 7 1 2 f: along R P 675 Ap l.aid piece deeded
by Kahel-' to irbi): N 7 : 2-V W true, 2S S ft along K P 675
Ap I; S 4 s E true. 60 7 f t al .ng Konohiki (l'eapa) N 2 3
35" r; true. 1 S ft along Kotiohiki (I'capa); N 75s 4 E true,
lrJ 4 It ah.rg NisU to corner r f t ne wall; N 9 s t3' K true.
Is) ft along stone wall a!nn; Kauliimaur.u; M S4 5 IS K true.
274 6 ft along stone wa I along Kaohimaunu; N 54 s 6-' E true,
1155ft aiorg stone wa.lalorg Ksoliimsunu t u corner of stone
wall, thence S 15 z 3V E Iru-. 4i4 1 ft along stone wall along;
lane to comer of stone wall; S 57 - i' W Irue. 4.U ft along
slone wall al ng K ii'hitnauna an 1 II a'.ai; thence N 15 s 12' W
irue. 2o ft along Kuloa R P b7d Ap 2 to corner stone wall;
th-nre S r5 5 2'J' W true, 6n ft along stone wall along above
putent; ! 1J IV K. Irue. 77 9 ft alor.g above patent; S 5 4'
W true. 151.S ft aUt above patent; S 14 6' K true, 5 ft
along above pat-nl; N 65 s 25' E true, 102 3 ft along above pa
tent; 7 - 4i' K true, 51.5 ft along at-ve patent to stone wail:
55:2n'W true. 15 ft along Ualai to corner stone wall; S
a - :;' E lru. VJ 5 ft alor.g Halai lo ciKner stcne wall; s 51
10' W Irue, 1ij5 . ft along t"ne wall to corn-r; N 2S 3 47 W
f rue, 7 5 fl a. or g Wilkinson tn corner s;one wall; thence S
6.1 : 4S' W true.ai f; .long W ilkinson's; N 37 1 50' W true,
loll ft along R P 671 Ap 1 rt iO - 12' W true. 116 2 ft along R
P73 Ml;35s27' ,ro '- J 1 1 ft along R P 673 Ap 1; S
67 - i' W true. 7" 9 ft al-Tg R P 073 Ap 1 S 33 3 10' E Irue,
2o.' 5 ft alor.g R I C73 Ap 1 and Wilkinson to corner of stone
wa 1; 5o : 13 W Irue. Sj 7 ft fence to south corner ot this
. fere on government n ail; hence N 30 s V W true, 465 3 ft
al ng g iter-.nient roa! to inil.al point.
A I-J Apt f R P 1247. He mooaina iloko o Ilikso I Hauna
o. H hoomaka m ke k hi akau a e hele he 35 kom 1 29
kaul ma ko al' ii biki. alaila he 51 5 he 1.7U kaul ma ko Wai
mabui; alalia A 51 1-2 ' be ' 7 pauka; alalia A l'J kom 1.20
kao I o-a ko ke Konohiki, N 6d ' W M chains kald i hoomaka
ai 2S-W0 eka.
The whole containing sn are of S 25 scr. s. Th above piece
of land Is composed of lirant 2922 to 11 J N"lte. Let 11 of R
P 6o4 to A Adams and Ap 1 of R I' 1247 to Eahunahuna less
On the sa d premises are two substantial dwelling houses,
together with the neresasry out-houses, and ha a water rirfht
of3iajs per wetk. ihere is also a pai l up Fire Insurance
policy on sa:d premises up to the 2ath day January A. D.
IsSO. Thelocsti n is unsurpassed being on ihe tiovernment
road and about 3 miles from town, most of the above laud can
be planted with kal", the patches all being laid out and some
und-r cu!tiation. The premises can be viewed on application
to the undersigned and a map of the same can be seen at his
L"nies said decree costs and expenses be previously salitfjed.
Deeds at expense of purchaser W, C. PARKE, Marshal.
For San Francisco.
The Fine American Schooner
B O IV A IV Z A, "
Will have Immediate Dispatch.
WM. G. IRWIN CO., Agent.
For San Francisco.
The A I Schooner
Will have Immediate Dispatch.
ja17 WM. Q. IRWIN A: CO.. Agent.
For San Francisco.
The A I Brig
Will havo Quick Dispatch.
ja!7 WM. G. IRWIN Ac CO., Agent.
FOB SAIV FBAiVCISCO.
JTi The floe clipper Bark
-SSkj. w. seaver,
To Sail Shortly after the Steamer.
For freight and passage apply lo
jal7 II. HACRFELD A CO.. Agents.
For San Francisco.
The A t British Brk
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Port
For Freight or Passage, apply lo
jalO C. BREWER & CO, Agent.
THE FIXE FAST SAILING AM. BK
Will IfATf BOSTON for IIONOLILI oo or abont
Jine 1st itxt.
Parties desiring to ship goods by this opportunity will please
forward their order at an early date.
C. BREW ER & CO.
FOB SAX FBAiXCISCO
The American Schooner Yacht
4 Clans SprccIfccIs,,
TON FCHMIDT, Master,
Will have duick Dispatch for above Port.
For Freight or Passage, apply lo
d27 2t W M. O. IRWIN k CO., Agent.
For San Francisco.
TUB FINE HAWAIIAN BARK
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Port
For Freight or Passage apply to
novl5 WM. G. IRWIN it CO.. Agents.
For Sale or Charter.
THE HAWAIIAN SCHOOLERS
"LILIU," " KALTJNA" and
Well found and ready for ea. For particular, apply to
022 A. ritA.n. tuuas, Agent.
New York & Honolulu Packet Line
W. H. Crossman Sc Bros.,
118 Chamber Street, New York Agents.
r.iHK N EXT VESSEL In thi POPULAR
1 Line will leave New York in all the month of December.
Parties having freight for this port, will do well lo patronise
this Line, being assured of good vessel and a low rate ol
freight. c27 tf
THE HAWAIIAN BRIO
Well Found Ready for Sea.
au23 Apply to H. HACKFELP Co.
STEAMSHIP COMPANY !
FOB SAIV FBAIVCISCO.
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
Z E IV T I !
Will leave Honolulu for San Francisco on
or about Monday, Jan. 19th.
For Sydney, via Auckland !
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
CITY OF NEW YORK,"
ON OR ABOUT MONDAY, JAN. 26th,
II. UACKFELD & CO., Agents.
Cwod. for Shipment per Slrumrr (is atow
be Sloicd. I'rre of Cbargr. its Ihe Flrr-prw.l
Wrrhf nrar Ihr Siewmer Whnrf. Jal 79
TIME-TABLE OF THE
king. : : x : master.
Jan 20. 5pm
Jan 27, 6pm....
Feb 3. t p m
Feb 10, f p m....
Feb 17, 6 p in....
Feb 24, 6 p m....
, . . .Circuit of Hawaii
....Circuit of Hawaii
....Circuit of Hawaii
....Circuit of Hawaii
...Circuit of Hawaii
Tut s lay.
March 2. 6 p m..
March 9. 6 pin..
March 16, 5 pm.
March 23. 5 pm.
March 30, 6pm.
No Credit for Passage Money !
We positively decline lo open accounts for Passages, and we
particularly call the attention of the traveling public to Ihe
necessity of having Baggage and Freight plainly market ; the
Steamer will not be responsible for any unmarked baggage or
for any Freight or Parcels unless Receipted for.
FKKIUIIT MONEI DIE OX DEMAND!
In all caaes of Freiuht for parties not tesponslble or un
known, the Freight Money will be required in advance.
IMCKACCS OF LIUl'OKS AND WINES
MIST BE PLAINLY MARKED
For th- prty whom they are for. or plainly stated in Ihe re
ceipt to whom they are consigned.
Ast demands for Pamage or Los, must be made within one
In no way liable fur loss or accident to live stock.
XT Il.tck driver. Hoys, and such like, will not be allowed
on boord the pteamer un arrival, until after tbe passengers
have I e-n landed.
n,hS 79 WILDER or CO.
a. c. ai.LK.
u. f. aoBiMsoa.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
A T ROBINSON'S WHARF. DEALERS IN
j LI M ItKR and all kinds of BUILDING MATERIALS
Paints. Oils, Nails, Ac, Ac.
aSKSTS roa schooebi
PAU A HI.
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n20) Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. (79
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Waiehu, and Kaluna.
FLAO. Red with White Ball. OFFICE, Corner of
jalS 79 Nuuann and Queen Street.
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C. BREWER Ai CO., AGENTS.
tV Favorable arrangements can always be made for
yiai33 Storage and Shipment of Oil. Bone, Wool, Hides
and other Merchandise to New Bedford. Boston. New York and
other Kastern Ports. JZT Cash Advances made.
j42 79 C. BRKWKR & CO.
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DISPATCH LINE FOE SAN FRANCISCO
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Merchandise received STORAGE FREE and
liberal cash advances made on shipments by this
ja2 79 C. BREWER & CO.
Circuit Court of Kauai.
The February Term. 1-0, of the Court of the Fourth
Judicial Circuit ha been oriertd to be adjourned to
Tuesday the 17th day of February, and all persons baT
ing buAincas as rrties or witnesses at said term are
hereby rj' tif.es! that their attendance will not be required.
before that date, and the Hawaiian Juror are farther
notified that they will no be called till Wednesday the
lath day of February.
By order of the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
J mo. . BaENARD, Cierk.
H.aDololti. Jan. 12th. J an 17 St
James R. Hoit has been appointed Pound Master for
the District of Waianae, Oaho. vice J. D. Holt, resigned
JNO. O. DOMIMS. Governor of Oahu.
January 12, ImO. janl7 3t
DEPABTafE.VT OF IsTEBIOB, Boa&D OP ImMIGEATION,
Hosotutc, 7th January, 1380.
Farties wishing to obtain any of the immigrants ex
pectfxl by the brig " Nicholas," due about February lat
to 10th from the South Sea Islands, will please male ap
plication tu the Board of Immigration.
All former aj'idicatii ns for South Sea Islanders are
considered as cancelled. Sasi'i. O. Wn-DEB,
janlO at President Board of Immigration
Sale of Government Lots.
On Saturday, February 14th, 1SH0, at 12 o'clock noon.at
the frunt entrance of Aliiolanl Hale, will be sold at pub
lic auction, the following Building Lots on Kulaokahua
Xob. 125, 12C, 1C7, lod. Upset price, f20o each.
Nos. 127, 12.S 129. 164, 165, 166. Upset price, $200 each.
Nos. 321, 322, 323, 324 , 352. Upset price, $200 each.
Nos. 363, 365. Upset price, $200 each.
No. 301, 303, 302, 304. Upset price, $100 each.
"os. 305, 307, 306, 308. Upset price, $100 each.
Nou. 309, 311, 310, 312. Upset price, $150 each.
Nos. 313, 313, 314, 316. Upset price, $100 each.
Nos. 3C0, 362. Upset price, $200 each.
Nos. 367, 369. Upset price, $200 each.
Nos. 376, 378. Upset price, $100 each.
Sus. 227, 228, 229, 230, 242, 243, 244, 245. Upset price,
Triangular lot bounded by Beretauia street, Makifci
btreet and premises of J. S. Lemon. Upset price, $200.
Lot bounded by Beret&nia, Keauinoku, Einau and Ma
kikl streets. Upset price, $500.
These lands are sold with a distinct understanding that
the purchasers are to Improve the same. The Govern
ment declines to sell to parties desiring to hold for an
Terms, one-fourth cash, one-fourth in one year, one
fourth in two years, and one-fourth in three years, with
interest at 9 per cent, and mortgage on the property.
Papers at the expense of the purchaser.
Sam'l O. Wilueb,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Jan 7th, 180. JalO
Sale of Lease of Government Land.
OS MONDAY, February 9th, 1880, at the front entrance
of Aliiolani Hale, at 12 o'clock noon, will be sold the
lease for ten years of that piece of Government land
known as KAUNOLU, LANAI. Upset price $200 per
annum. TERMS Payment semi-annual in advance.
Sam'l G. Wilder,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Department, Honolulu, Jan. 9th, 18o0.
Fob the Election to be held on February 4th, 1880, for
Representatives to the Legislature, the following parties
have been this day appointed to preside over and con
duct said Election in such districts as have Second
Polling Place : . ' .
Kan, Hawaii Rev. J. Kauhane.
Mr. Chas. Wall.
Mr. C. K. Apiki.
Hilo, Hawaii Mr. D. Kamal.
Mr. J. H.Pahio.
Mr. J. K. Kaiole.
Hamakana, Hawaii Mr. R. A. Lyman.
Mr. J. K. Kaunamano.
Mr. Chas. Williams.
Kalauuara. Molokai Mr. 3. Hanaloa.
Mr. 11. K. Kapololi.
Hanalei, Kauai Mr. D. Keaweamahi.
Mr. G.B. Meheula.
Mr. John Lovell.
Puna, Kauai Mr. B. K. Holi.
Mr. Josia Keawa.
Mr. A. Ku.
SAM'L. G. WILDER, Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Jan. 5. 18SIX Jan 10.
The Election of Representatives to the next Legislative
AxHftiibly, will take place throughout the various Election
Dintricts of the Kingdom on Wednesday the 4th day of
February next. The following places are designated for
holding the election.
District of Hilo Court House in Hilo, Court House
District of Hamakua Court House in Waipio, School
District of Kohala Court House Waimea, School House
Ainakea, N Kohala.
District of N. Kona Sehool HouRe Kailtia.
District of S. Kona School House Uixikena.
District of Kau Court House Waiohinu; School House
District of Puna School House Pohoiki.
District of I.ahaiua Court House Lahaina.
District of Kaanapali School House Honolua.
District of Wailuku Court House Waiiuku, Court House
District of Makawao Court House Makawao.
District of Hana Court House Hana, School House
District of Molokai and Lanai Court House Pukoo Mo
lokai, Store House Kalaupapa, School House Kaohai Lanai.
District of Kona Aliiolani Hale Honolulu, at the front
District of Ewa and Waianae School House Waiawa,
School House Waianae.
District of Waialua School nonse Waialua.
liistrict of Koolauloa School House Laie-Wai.
District of Koolaupoko Court House Kaneohe.
District of Waimea School House Waimea, School
District of Puna School House Libue, School House
District of Hanalei Court House Hanalei, School House
Anahola. Ham'l O. Wildkb.
Dec 13th 179. Minister of the Interior.
Licenses Expiring in January, 1880.
Notice is hereby given that all Licenses must be ap
plied for direct to the Interior Office, and all parties are
cautioned about failing to renew expiring Licenses, and
all Sheriffs and Deputy Sheriffs have instructions to pro
secute without discretion, any and all parties doing
business without the proper License.
SAM'L G. WILDER.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office April 30, 1879.
OAHU 1 F H Wilt, Hotel Street,
1 P Dalton. King st.
1 Whitney k Robertson, Merchant st, "
4 J C Edwards, Valley Home. '
4 Sam Wo Chung & Co. Hotel st, "
6 Ching On, Nuuanu st.
8 Chilian & Co, Nuuanu st, "
8 Lewers & Dickson, Fort st, "
10 Honolulu Iron Works Co, Ulakoheo, '
10 Ah Peck, Nuuanu st,
12 Pukoaku. Waianae,
12 Laie 1' Imitation Co, Laie, Koolauloa,
13 Lin Fong, Waikiki,
15 I.ai. Maunakea st, "
16 Wong Park & Co, Nuuanu st. "
19 Akoi S Co, Nuuanu st. '
20 Ahoon & Akana, Kaalaea. Koolaupoko,
22 T J Mossman, cor King & Nnnanu sts, "
22 T J Mossman, Nuuann st, "
23 Kong tree X Ahong. Nuuanu st,
24 Siug Chong & Co, Hotel st,
2 Sing Chong Ai Co, cor litretania and
Nuuanu sts, "
28 Anee A: Asing Co. King st. "
HAWAII Akiona, Kaiopihi, North Kohala,
7 T Spencer, Hilo,
7 Tong Wo & Co, North Kohala.
8 Ton Kong X Co. Makspala, Kohala,
18 Ho Gin, Punahoa. Hilo.
27 C Meinecke, Waiohinu, Kan,
MAUI 4 Malallna. Wailua, Koolan,
3d Wong Lati, Kokomo, Makawao,
KAUAI 14 Akiona, Nawiliwili.
20 G S I'inkham. Koloa,
25 Paahann. Hanalei,
27 Aloian, Kapaa. Kawaihan,
IHE Mclntyre k Bro, cor Fort & King sts, Houolnln,
4 Aswan, Nuuanu st. "
1 Pereira A: Vtreira, Bee Hive,
1 Atai, Funahoa, Hilo, Hawaii,
1 A ki. Waianae. Oahu.
1 O K Aiona. Waiohinu, Kau, Hawaii,
4 Afo. Lahaina. Maui,
8 Tuokong Co. Makapala, N Kohala, Hawaii.
17 GeoMnndon, Koloa. Kauai.
22 Allen A: Stackpole. Kawaiuae, Hawaii,
24 Tung Hang. Nuuanu st, Honolulu,
2 Ayan. Kauai.
14 Apana. Molokai.
23 Akamukai, Molokai,
26 W L Davis, Makawao, Maul,
27 J H Black, Kona. Oahu,
1 F A Schaefer A; Co. cor Kaahumanu A: Merchant sts.
HOUSE FOR SALE
Tm -y-trt street.
rBTUIE HOUSE ASD LOT ON KM MA STREET,
Belonging to the ODdersigned. Apply to
E. P. ADAMS,
jtlO if Queen street
mm i. rw
. - 5.4 TI RDAY. JA -Y 4 JfJJ'17.
itf Tbe McMinrr Lehna will run hereafter to
Kohala. t-mch;nr at II noipu and IIpuu. and in-
Thaxss Oti' rc dnt to Mers Whitnej A
Robertson ami Mr. T. G. Thrum, lor dies ot San
Ex" The s-'.i'iinier Liktlike was detaineil an hour
beyouJ bet uu.il time of departure on TuesJaj
evening on account of repairs lo her condensing
Fkom K.if. A letter fiom our esteemed corres
pondent in tlie district of K;m, Hawaii, fays they
have luj Gut- gmwiiig weather there lor the past
two months. Similir accounts come from other
parts of thai I-laml.
A I'UY PiicK. We hear t! at Ihe subject ol the
desirability of constructing a dry dock at this city
to which a bi i-l reference was made in our last
is attracting attention in influential circles.
Though a co.-tly work, it is a feasible one. and
very much n eded at this central point iu the
Mf. sic. The bund will resume its concerts a:
Euitu.i .Square, tl.is ulteinoou, commencing at ball
past four o'clock. Follow iu is the programme :
Overture Bandits' Trirks new Snppe
Selection Merchant t f Veuice.. .
. . .Pinsuti
Waltz Sounds of Sympathy. . . .
March Turkinh Review
Galop From House to House...
TKornxu Uack We learn that some reputed
fast nags having recently been imported here from
San Francisco, their owners are desirous ol trying
with some of our Island stock. Accordingly a
match has been made between Mr. II. G. Aenew's
black mare U.iby " and Mr. William Levi's baj
horse S.im," to come off at Kapiolani Fark on
Wednesday nt'xt at 2 r. M.. for S250 a side. Mile
heats, best ilnee in five.
Thk MoKoiJi. On leaving Lahaina for this port
early on Saturday morning last, this steamer ran
on to the reef at about four o'clock, a few miles to
the northward of the town. She remained there
until about one o'clock the next morning, when
by taking out cargo she was got off, without hav
ing sustained uuy apparent damage, and arrived
bete on Sunday evening. She left on Tuesday on
her trip to Molokai and Maui. It is supposed that
her keel has been injured, and she will be hove
out lor repaits. :..:..
IIkaltu GiviNU IiiiKk.ZK3.e-The fresh, old-fashion
ed trade winds tSiat have I mined our city during
the past week have been peculiarly welcome to
those who are convalescing from recent illrtesa.
These leel the invigorating influence of tbe winds
that come to us over the broad expanse ol ocean,
laden with ozne, while to people iu ordinary good
health the pnie breezes impart" fresh vigor and ex
uberance ol spirits. Let us'' be thankful for the
trade winds- - - -
Vt tim vo wiiwlfl f flint ttutor VwoH n to IiIays V- - 1
With boisterous sweep, I raise my voice to you.
Where are your stores, ye powerful beings 1 say.
Where your aerial magazines reserv'd 1"
Yocno Hawaiian's Abroad. From time to time
e read of tbe progress made in education by some
if our young meu who are irtendiug institutions of
learning iu the United States. Here is a creditable
account of cue in Old England, a nou of Mr. John
Ritson, of Waiknpu. Ma.i We copy from the
Wigton (North England) JiJverlUer, of Nov. 29.
"Pbelixixary Law Examination. In the list just
issued appears lie name of J. F. W. Ritson, son of j
Mr. John Ritson, Honolulu, Sandwich Islands, (and
for tbe last three years a pupil of Mr. John N. Bis-
sell, Wigton College) as having passed the above
examination at the New-castle Centre."
Loss ok thk Sciiooxku Kam.ui.k. The schooner
Kamaile. owned by Messrs. A. Frank Cooke &
others, went on shore at Waialua, on this island,
at about nine o'clock on Wednesday morning last,
and very soon went to pieces, he was bound to
Waiahia. with freight for the plantation of Gordon
& H.tlste.'id. On entering the passage tbe wind
died away to a c ilm, and the current from the
river carried her mi tn ihe reef. The Kamaile was
80 95-100 tun-, and was built at New London.
Conn., in 18"l), coming out to San Francisco in
1851, being then the Queen of the West, and in the
following year uus purchased by parlies here. She
has ever since been employed in tli coasting
trade, and was considered a staunch vessel. She
was uninsured, and the loss will amount to prob
ably 3 000. Most of tbe freight, consisting of
iron pipes, can it Is thought, be saved by divers.
D.si-K.n..n,ONK.,.(ln a duty passing along the
street to tbe whail for shipment to a windward
Island, the oilier day, we counted some thirty cases
of liquors, inoi-tly cognac, and. placed on top of
the load, two small boxes of tea. We were re
minded ot FulshttTs unconscionable quantity of
sack to so lit lie bread. All these cases ol
creatine eomtoit" were addressed to a Chinaman
living in a remote distiicl of the Island. One
might suppose that ' John" was really a heavy
diiuker, by the supplies he, gets; for of course he
never sells any to his neighbors, natives as well as
foreigners. Oh. no ! he is not that style of man.
But really w hat a farce is made of our law on the
liquor traffic. Everybody knows that natives,
both in this city and all over tbe Islands, can get
all the liquor ihey are able to pay lor, laws lo the
Contrary nevertheless. And so we assume a vir
tue, though we have it not.
Rainfall on Maii, 1879. We are indebted to
Mr. J. E. Hoffman for the following record ot the
rainfall observed at the East Maui Plantation,
, .. MMTt
, . . fi.:i.-
. .. 10.311
. . . y.uo
. . . a.io
. . . 3.27
. .. 1.09
December . .
An inch ol
Total fur twelve months
of rain amounts to 27.155 gallons, so
lao bus been favored with no less
a quantity than 2,!)59.895 gallons of waW during
the past year. We note also that while Houolulu
had eight inches and a half ol rain during last
month. Makawao repot ts only a little over one
inch. 15ut with 109 inches during the year, we
need not wonder at the reports we hear lioni that
region thai crops are looking well.
Si;oar-Makin E.xpi.rimkxts in California.
From time to time we read in the California papers
of the great success that is expected to result from
some new beet root suar enterprise, but'they
generally result in failures. In fact, il pays the
farmers better to plant wheal or corn than beets.
The la'ter never contain more than 10 per cent, ol
sugar ; sorghum yields Iroui 12 to 14 per cent.;
sugar cane from 1C to IS per cent. So anxious are
our California li iends to nuke sugar ihat they have
lately tried its manufacture from bWeet potatoes!
Experiments are being inadi in Soutliein Califor
nia (Fresno county) iu planting sugar cane. We
read that some one who has had charge of a
sugar plantation in the Sandwich Islands, will
begin woik in January. Both the red and white
varieties of cane will be planted. The soil and
climate of Fres.io county are iim-u.il ly well adapt
ed to this purpose, and we only wonder that tbe
experiment has not been made before." The Fres
no Enterprise says, with reference io the matter:
The winters are not ni're cold (ban those of
Northern Louisiana, where the finest of sugar plan
tations exist, nor colder than the uplands in tbe
Sandwich Islands. In the latter country, some of
the largest sugar plantations are located on
stretches of white ocean sand. Here the soil is a
rich sandy loam, well adapted to irrigation.
Should the experiment prove successful. Mr. Eg
gers will in future devote a large acreage to its
growth, and w ill endeavor to induce others to do
so. He has had extensive experience in the manu
facture ol sugar in this i-tate. having been until
recently one of the largest stockholders in the
sugar refineries of San Francisco. If be succeeds
iu growing the cane here, he proposes to put up
machinery and engage largely in the manufacture
of sugar liom California grown cane, and thus keep
at home some of the many millions of dollars that
are now annually sent away in payment for foreign
Attention of firemen is directed to a notice
by the Secretary of the Department.
t!s7 Zamlock, the Magician, baa been astonishing
people oo Maui, and is expected here to-morrow
The iKKErKtssiBLE. -ScKne two or three years
ago. Mr. r. ebling, an enterprising German-
American, set up the business in this city of manu
facturing friction matches. By industry and per
severance he succeeded in getting his Hawaiian
made matches into pretty general use, in spite ol
the cheapness and good quality of the Boston card
article. Now, however, we notice that a Chinaman,
who probably learned the art by being employed
in Mr. Willing establishment, announces his
Hawaiian Match Factorv" somewhere in Hono
lulu, but declined to give our reporter the street
or number of his manufactory. " lor fear, as be
said, tnat if he told he would be made lo pay a
license. tor wats that are dark.' etc.
A. O. F. Tbe regular meeting cf Court Lindsay,
No. 6600. A. O. F., was held at Knights of Pythias
Hall on the 13th inst. Considerable business aa
transacted, among which was the election of officers
to fill vacancies existing, and this list as now com
pleted is as follows : His Majesty the King, lvid
Kalakaua. Chief Ranger; His Excellency Minister
Foreign Affairs, John M. Kapena, Sub-Chief Ranger;
William B. Wright, Treasurer; Samuel McKeague,
Secretary; Alfred Foster. Senior Woodward; Albert
Iluggin, Junior Woodward; John Dickson, Senior
Beadle; Frank Godfrey, Junior Beadle. The regular
meetings ot the organization occur on tbe second and
fourth Tuesday of every month.
' T 1 . T"!. ... .a l it a..
a. a uc ncuuuu vi tuv rtoau supervi
sor is hereby particularly called to tbe bad and real
ly dangerous condition of two places on the sidewalks
on tbe public streets. The first is on Nuuanu street
mauka of Beretania, in front of tbe residence of Mrs
Drew, where a pedestrian after dark might be un
pleasantly and perhaps disastrously made aware of
the existenceof a Jiole in the ground."! The sec
ond is on the south side of Emma street, just above
a small Chinese cake seller's shop, where a plank is
missing irom tne miaaie oi a covered dram. A per-
son walking on this sidewalk on a dark night is lia-
Die to step one loot into tne noie, at tne risa oi oreax-
mg a leg. Also a number of other mud holes and
dangerous places on tbe side walks and in the streets.
Tun Uoat Kace On last Saturday afternoon a
return match between the victors of the race of the
1st inst.. the ITamolaniM. and thsir defeated nnnn-
- , 11
uCu.0, lUv. ii., iwsjiisgoauu was wivuw-
ed from start to finish by esger and interested look
ers-on. There were some few changes made in
boats and crews which seemingly redounded to tbe
benefit of the Lackawanna, as in this latter oontest
they came in the victors, having rowed the dittance,
three miles, in ?7 minutes and 88 seconds, the A'a-
piolani coming in' 43 seconds later. " Considerable
money changed hands on the result, the natives bav-
iog backed the Kapiolani heavily, but unfortunate
ly were not on the right side to win. The unhoped
and unlocked for result affected the instruments of
the band to such an extent as to delay the usual
courtesies, but after the laohrymation of the per
formers bad subsided tbe ' star Spangled .Banner "
wss given with soffioient test to satisfy all hearers
that the situation was accepted, and the Lackawan
na a' welcome to the miniature bonanza struck in tbe
Tub Thkatre. The Zoe Gayton Combination
held forth at the Royal Hawaiian Theatre on last
Saturday evening with "Sea of Ice," and again on
Thursday evening with " Leah the Forsaken," and
each of the plays presented showed a most decided
improvement over former productions,' in the elocu
tion and acting of tbe personages comprising the
casts. The "Sea of Ice" was produced under the pa
tronage of Capt. Chandler and officers of the U. S. 8.
Lackwanna. Miss Gayton again essayed dual parts,
Louise de Lascours in tbe prologue and Ogarita in
the drama, and her delivery of tbe lines showed per
fect familiarity with tbe words of the text Mr.
Walton as Carlos and Del Monte, Mr. Bradley as
Horace De Brionne and Mr. Francouer as Barabss
Dlaved well. In tbe second act Master Ilarrv's in-
voluntary retention of a supposititious ice cake,
which had accidentally tilted, showed the natural juve
nile proclivities to cling to a cake of any kind, and
the audience enjoyed tbe action hugely, as evinced
by the laughter and applause. Miss Ingles as
Countess De Tberinge, and Miss Amy Nelsoo as Di
ana De Lascours did well. During tbe progress of
the drama Miss Nelson vocalized in a very acceptable
manner, two songs composed by Capt. Chandler
I'll Tell You What the Breezes Say" and "I
Asked Her if She Loved Me, ' and reoeived well de
served applause. "Leah" was the attraction for
Thursday evening, and on that occasion the players
seemed to be more en rapport with tbe characters
represented then in any previous production, the ao
tinna heincr less stairev. and also a noticeable nleaa.
I. i r . i , 1 , .i I
8 "-J " T.PT
sent missed, the best performance so far produced by
the Company. Miss Gayton, Leah; Mr. Watson,
Joseph; and Mr. Bradley, Nathan the Apostate,
acted well. Miss Ingles, Miss Nelson and Mrs. Clos
son, respectively Anne, Rose and Dame Martha, also
acted well Miss Ingles especially. The " Marriage
Bells" was sung in a pleasing manner by Miss Amy
Nelson, and gained an encore Tbe farce, in which
Mr. Fratcouer and Miss Ingles took the only parts,
was laughable. This evening ' Marguerite, or
Struck Blind," will be produced, and on the occa
sion a horse and wagon will grace the stage. It is
to be hoped that the animal will be tractable and not
prove the means of compelling unlooked for stage
waits. " I'inafore " is underlined for early produc
To Ihe Editor of the Pacific Commercial Advertiser :
Sib : Tbe above it not a very pleasant looking
caption to put to a letter, neither is a case of tbe
disease itself a pleasant object to meet on the ttreett.
In past years, and in fact quite recently, our sensibi
lities have been moved by seeing unfortunate men
and women, who were declared to be afflicted with
leprosy, walkiog through our streets on the way to
Molokai. Those sunderings of family ties were bard
to bear, but they were necessary. And I would ask,
has tbe rule been suspended 7 Are lepers no longer
to be segregated, but to be allowed to mingle freely
with tbe people? I ask these questions because I
have seen walking the streets of this city, during
the past few days, an individual bearing upon his
countenance the unmistakable signs of the disease,
just as marked as those of hundreds to be seen at
Kalawao. I am told that tbe individual in question
is a somewhat prominent person in bis own district,
and that he holds a government office which necessi
tates close intercourse with people that of Assessor
of taxes. Can tbe Board of Health inform us why
an exception to tbe general rule is made in this
case T Citizen.
Supreme Court January Term, 1880.
Continued from the Hth day of January. Chief Justice
Eeliiaukai et al. vs. Naholowaa et al. Ejectment. The
witness for the defence having failed in his evidence, the
defendants in open Court agreed to abandon all claims to
the land iu question, and the plaintiffs agreed not to ask
for damages or costs, aud judgment was ordered to be en
tered up accordingly for the plaintiffs, and that the jury
be discharged. Castle & Hatch for plaintiffs ; J. L. Kau
lukou for defendants.
Samuel Maikai vs. Hoa I'lukoa. 8duction. Tried by
a native jury, who returned a verdict for the plaintiff,
(none dissenting) damages 1,200. Castle & Hatch for
tbe plaintiff; Holokahiki for defendant.
N'aai et al. vs. Nalimu (w) et al. Ejectment. Tried by
a native jury, who returned a verdict for the plaintiffs for
one divided half of the land and f 20 damages for arrears
of rent. A. S. Hsrtwell for plaintiffs ; J. L. Eaulukou for
Makaokalai vs. Nahinauli. Decree of divorce granted.
Kamoohoowalewale vs. Ongnee Ani (Ch) Decree of
Loke (w) vs. Kaukalu (k). Decree of divorce granted.
P. C. Jones, jr., vs. G. II. Luce, Tax Collector. Aasuinp
alt. Caae argued and submitted. A. 8. Hartwell for
plaintiff ; E. Preston for defendant.
It. Rycroft vs. E. Oliver. Action for damages resulting
from the non-fulfilment of a contract. Tried by a foreign
jury, who returned a verdict for the plaintiff damages
$1,000.' Castle k Hatch for the plaintiff; Preston k Brown
for the defendant.
Jan. 11th. Keaweamahi vs. H. Keliimauwai. Action
of trover for s car. Tried by a native jury. Verdict for
the plaintiff for the return of the car, with damages for
ita detention of t23. ,
J. H. Coney vs. Manele (k). Ejectment. Tried by a
mixed jury, who returned a verdict for the defendant,
The Irrepressible Question.
In sailing over tome of the beautiful lakes in the
western part of the United States, long before yott
come to tbe mouth of some of tbe large rivers woica
empty into them you will see a line of dark, mudJy
water, entirely distinot and separate from tbe clear
lake water, which finally commingles with it and Ls
lost in its broad expanse.
We hope this is not an illustration of what tbe
Chinese immigration will be to these Islands.
Water alwsys seeks a lower level," men
higher and better one ; and in these days of easy
and rapid transit, distance of either land or water is
no hindrance to travel ; and Chinese immigration
will continue to pour into these Islands antil they
are as poor and miserable as China itself, unless
some law ean be made to regulate it.
The suggestion by Mr. Whitney in a tste number
of the Friend, to allow only married couples, and
their children if tbey have any, to come and rtf
here, is a good one. Self-preservation ia a neoesaity
and demands something of ibis kind. The case is an
To bring those that are already here under the
influence of education and religion, is a plain duty
for every Christian and philanthropist- The Amer
ican Board of Foreign Missions have shown (heir
wisdom in sending some of ibeir beet and ablest men
to China and other Ksstern countries. Where on
earth is there a more interesting field for missionary
labor than in Honolulu 1 Dr. lis per, of China, who
knows whereof be writes, says : Vow will find it
very difficult to carry on work amocg the Chinese
unless with some American or other nationality who
understands Chinese to labor among them."
We do net despise the day of small things. We
have made a good beginning ; but a missionary well
qualified for the work, one who could command sxhe
respect of the better class of our Chinese residents in
Honolulu, could toon fill a church to overflowing.
Another suggest ioa ia thai Chinamen be made to
respect tbe outward observance ot the Sabbath ac
cording to the laws of the land, at least ao far as tbe
natives do ; for if the Sabbath is lost, all Is lost.
Natives say that Chinamen on different parts of the
Islands work oo tbe Sabbath tbe same as tbev do on
other days. j
Tbe permanent prosperity of tbe Islands depends
on the morality and virtue of the people, and not oa
me amount oi sugar and rice which we may expect
to produce, and which depend on tbe good provid
ence of God. D.
LATE FOREIGN NEW8.
Per "J.W. Seaver," January 15.
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I a bloody and stubborn battle look place betwoea the
Chileans and allied foroes. The Chlleana remained
I masters of tbe field. ocenDvins? tha town cfTara.n
St. Paul. Minn , December 2oth.Tbe thermom
eter shows fort dr-irreoa below mrn
New Yobjc, December 25th The Tribun save t
Tbe President has written .very little in regard to hit
,e Dout tn "ay tO CTU8D OUt polygamy In Utah,
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jdeM on the subject are emphatic He believes that
tbe Mormons should be deprived of political power,
and that no time is to be lost.
It is quite generally believed in Washington that '
General Butler has had a finger in tbe Maine pie.
It is. in fact, reported that Governor Garoolon and
his counsel have, from the very beginning of their
operations, had tbe benefit of tbe advice of Butler, '
whose faculty for taking advantage of technical points
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in 'h.ia lifa Th m.1oru fl 'if, nnnn
set are Greenbackcrs, and it Is well known that But'
ler has long been in close communication with the
leading Greenbackcrs throughout the whole country,
and that he still believee that the Greenback part
may prove a very important factor in next year's
t 'residential campaign.
Banoor, December 27 There is nothing new of Im
portance to-day. AH is quiet and orderly. Tbe re
port that tbe Republicans were fdrmiog a secret
military association, with threats to seise the arms
in the State arsenal, ia contradioted on the authority
of the best-informed citizens. There has been no
purpose to trouble the arsenal or any other property
of the State. . ,
Calcutta. December 22. Ex-Ameer Takoob
Khan has arrived at Meerut. He is confined under
military and police guards, but it is doubtful whether
he w ill be kept there long as the proximity of Meerut
to Delhi and to other centres of Mussulman tradition
renders it an inexpedient place for the safe custody
of Mahomedan State prisoners.
Calcutta, December 22. General Hough reports
that in consequence of desultory attscks by Gbilzais,
it has become necessary to engage them all along the
line; that Gbilzais has been driven off, and he hopes
tbey are dispersing.
A dispatch from Peezeran says i Normsn's convoy
with supplies from Peezeran-Kottl reached Ingduf-
luk on iriday, after passing through a heavy firs,
December z. in a letter from rrofcasor
Nordenskjold, the Arctic explorer, lo tbe Geographic
al Society, be advocates the establishment of a reg
ular navigation line to tbe moutb of the river Yenisei,
Siberia, lie even believes that the mouth of. the
river Lena may be regularly reached from Russia
and America. With a view lo this end be proposes
tbe establishing of a life-boat aud hospitable stations
on the Siberian shores. - -
London, December 25th. Queen Victoria bat con
tributed 000 to tbe Duchess of Marlborough's Irish
relief fund. The Lord Mayor's Irish relief fond bad
reached nearly 2000 last night.
London, December 23. Announcement was mads
yesterday and extensively circulated and placarded
in London ana the rroioo s. stating that tbe At
torney-General, having granted bis fiat for a writ of
error in tbe case ol iichoorne, the claimant, an as
sociation is being formed to assist io tbe proseoutlon
of tbe fiat to obtain remission of sentence against the
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judgment iu me case.
Bkelik, December 27. The police have discover-
el a printing press used for Socialist purposes. The
printer and two of bis assistants have been arrested.
London, December 25th. A correspondent at
Lahore reports that a suspicious movement is notioed
proceeding from the Afghanistan frontier. Afghans
in small purl les are travelling to different parts of
India Every traiu for tbe interior take from twen
ty to forty Afghans. The authorities are on tbe alert,
and will w tcli the travellers. Another curious cir
cumstance is the fact that large numbers of Afgant are
constantly arriving at Bombny, aud although they
are slopped at tbe railway stations whenever there Is
any ground for suspicion, they make their way to
various cities of tbe interior by by-roads. The mat
ter is attracting tbe earnest attention of tbe Govern
Berlin, Decembet 27. The Russian Government
does not conceal its intention of attacking Merv and
possibly Herat in tbe spring. General Kauflmann
will command an expeditiou, starting from Ama
darya River, and Generul lergukasofl with another
etarting from tbe Caspian Sea.
New York, December 28. A dispatch from Lon
don to tbe Herald, dated 27tb, says : Bishop Mo
Cormick, of Sligo and Mayo, publishes a letter to-day
stating that on Christmas Eve he gave food to three
hundred starving people, one-fifth of Ihe whole popu
lation of Ballagbadereen town out of his own funds,
saying that be reserves fur a "darker and not dis
tant day" the money sent him by Ihe charitable.
He gives an appalling picture ot tbe approaching
misery. He says: "Who can wonder that discon
tent aud disaffection are rife and ready to speak out
in this unhappy land, wheu tbe Government looks
on with cruel apathy T If tbe truth must be told, I
hesitate not to ssy that tbe Government is to Hams
for tbe disloyalty of some of our people. It were a
miracle if they were not disloyal to the core." He
censures the "callous conduct of tbe Government,
who, while tbey cannot spare money to avert an
Irish famine, can waste millions in war of equivocal
morality," and contrasts strongly tbe conduct of
Prussia in dealings with tbe famine in Silesia.
New Yobk. December 27. Edison's electrio light
process is causing more or less excitement among
tbe gas companies. President Place of the Mutual
Gaslight Company said yesterday that probably the
principal reason why gas stocks had fallen was be
cause of tbe strong competition between the com
panies. Tbe lowering of tbe price of gas has preven
ted tbe payment of dividends. Newspaper articles
on Edison's electric light had frightened some timid
holders. Tbe heaviest stockholders in tbe company
were not frightened, however. Tbey had yet to see
Edison's invention put to a practical teat, nor did
tbey believe that bis electric light could successfully
compete with gs. Tbe Presidents of other com
panies, on being interviewed, expressed similar
London, December 27. Tbe Eeonomiil says : "It
seems as if another scare had set in consequence of
the telegrams reporting Edison's completion of his
electric light. All the gas companies suffered more
or less, the heaviest decliue being 8 per share and
tbe smallest 1."
Berlin, December 27th. The North German Ga
zette says that proposals will be made to tbe Govern
ment to bring forward a bill to replace tbe firm of J.
C. Godeflrey & Son, Hamburg merchants who sus
pended busiuess sometime since, by buying tbeir fac
tories and plantations io Samoa and other South See,
Islands, so as to avert a loss of German commerce.
By this bill a new company would be formed, the
Government giving a subsidy which would secure to
shareholders five per cent.
New Yobk, December 28. A cable dispatch to
tbe Tribune, dated London, 27tb, says: In regard
to tbe Liberal leadership, there is a trustworthy an
nouncement of tbe liberal leaders, asserting tbat they
are indisposed to disturb existing arrangementaand
repelling all discussion of that subject, adding that
Lord Hartington will shortly reappear in Lancashire
under circumstances which will be equivalent to a
reaseertion of his titular leadership. Nevertheless,
there is abundant evidence tbat a majority of the
Liberal party recognize Gladstone as tbe only poeaW
ble leader when the decisive moment arrives.
bo15 3m Port Offic u' UQnolula
Honolulu, Dec. lltD, 13. a.
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