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BY E. P. ADAMS.
MORTOAQZE S NOTICE OF SALE !
IY obdilR or j. ii r maw assionkkof
4 rooTTint frotu I () and Ka-i a, ( ) f Chung V aa,
du-l i!? U h "f pri!. 1TJ. r.. by Vt.nnx Wa a gr.ed to
J. II j man. or, thf I ..f J n 1 ). I '.u u t paolic suc
tion. ! br'j rf tT? c t..I ti r.a in .n.I nnf g'ajre contained.
On Saturday, the 20th Day of March, 1880
At 1 J M . al ..,.ro.,e. pr-mi- on Fort ?lreet. II' no
lulu, nei ma.... of tt.e t-x.i ,,f Mr. Louioq, inxlul.og q
ir-i i;Utnrft''(.in. I, follows: from the
?E t le of S 21 a 60 W, l 143 p-rt frosg the srhool
h nB.ire. ran 43 JV Vi. t 7 S-10 feet, S 44 2lT W, to
W r-ti N 42 3 20' tT. to B3J Iret along the Uw; X U 20'
E, to 97 3-10 feet along fort etrret to (taning point. Tcgflhtr
with all the et?tcn!e nl lm prt)r air.t beloogiog thereto.
F it farther prt.cu:r apply t
K. P. IDtUi, Aoct'r
Or a. B. Uil.lL. Aitor y f.r Ae.gne mar ft 3
MOETOAGEES NOTICE OF SALE.
WJV UlKEC'TIOJf r ST EH II EN" SPKXCUR
ant II A Wuirmuo, the mortgagers named la three
certel.i indentures f kih dated rsvpectieelj November
2i, lsH, April 20. 177 aort -steraher 22, 1T7, made by Ke-
ano It. .Mr-iI-r an.l Ui4 f. tlJrede. ter batband. to H
A. Wulemana and 't-p'ien Hpencer, I am directed to sell at
public auction on n tu.NuuAY, the 24th dar of liar. 18.40,
atriM.at tor salesroom In Honolulu, that certain tract o
lan l muAte in the Itiscrictof Kale. I:and of Maui, and known
as the AhupuA o' kaonouia. and aaul to etma lO.Oou acr-a
more or W-s. and b-lnij the land teiij-d to one Ilewaheea
by Kakana. lit a
For funhrr (.articuUrs require .f
K. V ADAMS. Aoctiooeer,
Or CkClt. KUW., AEIorswy for Mortgagees . Ji 71
REGULAR CASH SALE !
ON THURSDAY, MARCH 25,
Al 10 o'clock, a. m , a' Kalerooia, will be sold,
An Assortment of Dry Goods,
White ami Brown Cottons. Floe While hhirU,
A mtina Prinu. White Qailts.
Wniteand Kd Wooi blaakefs
Fancy Uols. Men's 8cks. Ladies' Stockings,
Fancy Wool ShlrU. tthiLg, etc.
Also, Fresh Groceries and Canned Goods !
HcMurrsy's 1 and 2 tb. Ojsttrrs. Lobters, Balmoo,
Jams Ac J-tliee, l klen O He Table A Kie Fruits,
La tron Corn. Ulire Oil. Frenrb Olives, i At i eardines.
Lard, llama, and hwon. llx-d Pickles, (kap.
Pork ar.d Hoi, Tins Milk and rVxla Crackers,
Katie Condrnsid Mil . K'fte and bags ."afar.
Bag Corn. Oats and rlr-tn. BbU s llf. llbls. Salmon,
Caaes Cooked Corned K-f, IV.ilr-1 beef.
K. I. ADAMS Auctioneer.
Br ORDER. OF THE HON.' CHAM. C.
IIAHRI-. Chief Justice of the (upreme Court, made on
the Uik day if Jaauary, Imu the tulersiosl will sell at
Public Auction, at the Auction llotue of E. p. Adams In
llonolulu, ou . . - -
Saturday tho 10th Day of April
At 12 o'clock noon of fcid day.
Th ti.llsiwlng Tracts of Land, bring portion of the estate) of
the lion. W . L. M'Khonaa, deceased, in order to pay the debts
of saM estate, via i
1 The eaaiika portion of the Ahupuaa of Pulehunui. situ
ated on the Island of Maui, L. C. A. iJHO, containing an area of
about lLJ W acres. This portl o of the ahupuaa runs from
the gi'Hir.laiS) to the , and has a boundary the sen wall
of aknen Kl frrt. Plans and survey of sall premises may
be set as the od.ee of CaHle A llatch.
2 Pretnixea at Palnlo. Islan-I nf fhu: (1) All tract of
land d-scrttwd in Royal Patent liia. containing I acrs 1
'ii-lMs chains. (J) All Un.se premises described in Royal
Patent N. 10 4-100 so, chains. The above premises
having bo conveyed to said Mosbootia by deed of Kinopa,
recxri-J h bber 21, Vivt 17.
S.Premises st )Iarn, Valley, f aland of Oaiiu. The Aha
puaasf Puuiena, Royal Patent No. t Ji3. containing 2 4-10
arrea. Iras the follow jig pirees sold by said loehsoua, via;
7 acts so'il to Apmst al.. d-ed reeor led in Ii ber 6, tblio S9.
Lot smd to Hani, dees) recorded in liber 21, fUo 2M- Lot
soli I to K MKi, deed recorded in lilMrr 21. fnlw 334. Lot sold
to Powiosr, deed record sd in liber 27, flm 81.
CIlARLCit T. O CLICK.
Administrator of Estate of W. L. Mnehooun, deceased.
! ' " . C P. ADAM3. Anct'r.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF SALE.
the assignee of a certain wtorfrage dated Ucc 24th, 1877,
mads bf V m. P. Lumahihei and Kaniu, bis wife, and others,
to Thomas Cummins, srxl by said Cummins assigned to tho
said A. J. Cartwiitfht. I ana directed to sell at public auction,
tut a breach of the conditions in said mortgage deed contained.
On llonday, the 12th day of April,
IHAO.ailJ M..at my salr-mm. to Honolulu, thoss) certaio
pieces or parcels of Und situate In Kona, Ilsnl of llswatl, and
known as the Ahupuaaa of Maihi and Kalahikl. Also, that
errtala piece ol Und at Kona A kasv. and described in Boval
Patent ItU. ami containing ft acres. A lo. that certaio
pHfce sf Und situate at lionokaa. Ilamakua. Hawaii, and de
scribed In Kol I'axent VJii and cvnuioii g 381 acres. Also,
those sertam piece or parcsU of Unl situate in Honolulu, Isl
and si Oaha. and being Apanas ami 3 of lloyal Patent 1402
and A psoas 4 amt 7 Roal Pateut 1804.,
For further part'culars, enquire nf " fel
E. P. ADAM?, Auctioneer.
Or CECIL BROWN. Attorney for asigree ol mortgage.
MAHUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS
JK. I JLj .IlKHC 71 I I' T I O N H
PARTIES IN HONOLULU,
or other parts of the Islands.
DESIRING FURNITURE !
CAN II AT K THEIR
Orders Filled at Lowest Rates
By apvlieation to Mr. E- . A l .4 M H. Quern "treet,
ho has omr brsirriptive Catalogue with Prices.
O 2ST TtI"T- 1ST 33 !
It Stre of L. 1I0PP, Kia St.,
Black Walnut Bedroom Sets !
Black Walnut ?i.lrh..r la.
Black Walnut Liming Chairs.
tah Cane Srai hrung Chairs,
Cellar Beilrooea tets.
Pine Bureaus, He., 4-c. .ate.
E. P. ADAMS. Agent forHaw'n Is.
jaU 7 ' 0
.... ON' ....
rjllIE HOt'MK ANI I.1T ON F.MMA gTHEET.
Belonging to the omlers-gnetl. Apply to
E. P. ADAMS,
ri'IIB tNIF.R.ICNKI ARE PREPARED
1 to write upon Merchsad ae. per Flrat Class Vessels between
litis and Coast Ports, e .venng k or damage, if amounting to
Id per cent, or more, on tho sound v. ue of the whole ship
ment at port of delivery, opnn torable terms.
BMW'iP A CO,
A gen's of the Firemen" Ful Insarante Co.
Monoiulu. Jan 3oth. 1-tsd. Ja3I 3m
NURSE AND MIDWIFE.
MRS. WARD. O.V JtCIIOOL. STREET,
oetsrrm Fort and Nuuanu r4ts . hrrcty notiflra the
ctlisees of H-iih IuIu. itiat she is r-repand to act as M'RSK
In eases of NICKNEN. having had many years rjrperv
coee in the Hari:sl at Wockton and Virginia City. And is
also a practical MIDWIFE, prepared to attend patients
in ease of need.
Any appllcnions for her terriers either at her borne or
through the Post Offlcs will be pn mptly att.-n.ifd to.
di"7 Jm MK3. WARD. School Street.
M. PERSONS. INDEBTED TO THE
STORE oo Nuuano street, known as the WHITE
IIOl'SE, lately under the management of eJ. L. LKWI9,
will please make Immediate payment at the Office of M.
Phillips A Co , No. 11 KaihoraanulH.
All acconnts not p-id within Thirty Days, will be planed
laths hands of our attorney, who will use rignrous mraiup s
to enllerl the same. .
jo, M. PHIU.IP8 A Co.. II Ksahnmanu St.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
1GOOD WIXD-.Mll.Ia. I BRASS PUMP. 2
Iron Tanks. eapab'l,fho,dt060,mU"n"ecn, 1
Frame for above tanks; also. Pipe Work. Connections, etc..
co-pie'..- This MiUb, . I- --'--b0's-
BY C. S. BARTOW.
MORTGAGEE'S SALE of REAL ESTATE
FITCATfc AT I1IL, HAWAII.
IX PURSUANCE WITH 4 POWER OF
fs!e e.ntai.l In s certain tn-rrc? ilwl Jate.l l.ih day
tA Frr.ruarv. 17. ma 1 Un-a a K.ii l tne one pin, an 1
Rev. V.. bond of the i.lber part, and rC'.r.l-d in ..ft &4,
nage. 111. HZ ar.l 141. ar.d a.ied to U. R Sta.th. Mr. C.
f. bartow is intirurtd to s-.ll at Pub!.c Aac'.ion, at hi KiXtcs
in Huoolula. cn
SUlEOAi, March 20lh, 1(. tt 11 O'eloek oon,
AD tliat eertsia Hon. Lot in rUnonaa, UBo, tfftth-r with
the Houses, Structures, Impr-ivements and Appurtenances
therewith belcDging. .
Also, ail tb-vse certain tracts and parce's of Und s. mated in
Wamaka is said Hilo. dsscnbsd in Royal Patenrs Nos 2JC5
and HU, teg'thsr with all Bai:dicgs sad Structures thereon,
and ail crops of Cacs growing thercn, and all Appurtecaacet
thereat u beloctlng. For further (articulavr app y to
RICH D F. BlCKEKTOJf.
At tor oct for Asamee of Mortgagee,
Or C. S. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
Room Salo 1
ON FRIDAY, MARCH 26th,
At 10 a. m. at Salesroom, will be sold.
Iry Goods & CloUiing.
Tins of Koperior rJt rdlnea, Lobtter, Corn Bef,
l unch Tongues, Salmon. Kel Salmon,
McMurray's Oysters 1 A 2 tb, Karl. Milk,
bottu-a of Oil. Pickles. Mustard, boxes of Soap,
Candles. Superior Tea. Tins of Kins Crackers A Biscuit
AND A LOT OP
C. 8. BARTOW, Auct'r.
Jt -A. uction,
On SATURDAY, : : March 27,
At 12 o'clock noon, at the wharf of Tlbbeta 4c
Sorrenson, a lot ol
C. 8. BARTOW. Auct'r.
IZleQaxit Furniture !
ON THURSDAY, APRIL 1st,
At lO O'clock. A. M
AT THE FEENOH LEGATION,
IOI Brrrtasia Street. . .
Effects & Household Furniture of Mr. E. D.,
Sold sa Account of His Departure from this Kingdom, ,t
Superior Parlor and Bedroom Furniture !
I Magnificent Parlor Bet. 0 pes.; S Lounges,
A Large Arm Chairs, in Morocco. Leather A Black Walnut;
Mabogaoy Secretaire, Centre Table, Card Table,
Pqoare Tables, Solas, Marble Top StaDds, Arm Chairs,
Walnut. Rataa and Other Chairs. Mirrors, Cheffonicrs, -Fine
Choral Glass. Tapestry, Carpet, Mats. Chandelier,
Louis XIV. Candlesticks, Superior Preach Marble Clock,
Lamp. Jcs Chest, Plated ware. Knives, Forks A Spoons,
Tea Caddy, Kitchen Rang, Bath Tubs,
Garden Hose and Sprinkler, Paris Fowling Piece.
Rill and Cartridges, Feociog Foils and bwords,
English and French Books,
Various Articles of Bedding, Clothing, etc.
Superior Horses and Carriages
WW be Presented for Sale At 12 M-, the well known
Hadcllo Hoi-sit; lvo!S!SJicl:,
Gentle, Sound, and Most Valuable Saddle Horse,
The Fine Chestnut Mare Violet !
A Perfect And Showy Carriage Horse, Fast Trav
eler. Perfectly K nd.
One Basket Psrk Pbielon. Esstern Made, with Two Movea
ble Top. One Basket Victoria Pliseton, Double Seat, Eastern
Made, Mearty New. Also. Harness, Saddles. Bridles, BiU,
stable and Coach Room Implements.
' C. S. BARTOW. Auctioneer.
FOR SALE !
The only Instrument of the kiod on the Islands, which
records the moisture in the atmosphere, with a view to suc
cessful planting. (leS8) C. 8. BAKTOW.
NE COTTAGE PIANO, A GOOD
C. 8. BARTOW.
FOR SALE !
Tww Ir.i Saft, One Iroi Tank, a Lot f Casks.
C. 8. BARTOW.
"Valtittble "Real Estate.
se20 Enquire of C. 8. BARTOW.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FEW
more cf those Justly Celebrated Wsgon. carrying
capacity 34u0 to 4S00 lbs. The demand lorthse Wagons is
increasing. Of all we have imported, none have failed to Ol VK
Pr.RFr.CT SATISFACTION. Although Cools of every de
scription have advanced in price.
Wt Sliail Sell Thl Let ( Wagons at OLD TkICES t
Welo have one DEMOCRAT SI'RINO WAOON.two
Spring Heats, with Pule. Well Msdr,!ilrsn(, Iarsi-
I e si aid t lae-asa.
We bare a few more of those CORTLAND BUGGIES, open.
and with top.
ONE TWO SEAT W AGON, W ITII TOP, POLK ft SHAFT.
These Cortland Wagons a re N wlcsl tor their Strength and
Durability, and w are authorised to guarantee them in this
respect. They are sold at fmm 2 to 50 per Cent, lower than
any other vehicle, or same stye, onered In this market. W e
have sold a large number of three Wagons and Hungira. Those
who have tried them say there is NO BLTTKR Vehicle made.
JZT Send for Circular of Prices, or Call and be Convinced.
marO DILLINGHAM A CO.
THE CNDERSItiNED OTFERS FOR SALE, THE
BUSINESS, SHOP, TOOLS AND STOCK
Belonging to the Estate of the late J. T. CH AYTER.
The Shop is a Two Story Brick Building !
With Buildings In the Rear.
It is well supplied with all the T00I3
Necessary for Carry iog on
A General Blacksmithing, Shipsmithing.
Jobbing and Carriage Business.
AMONO TUB TOJU IS A
Large Pairh aa. Shearer, rprigkt Drill Prrs
Spokr Trnnonlof Sachlar,
1 Sdtrtaat Claurr l ittatbrd tt tbr Fortes J
Everything is in Perfect Order
To Commence Buaineis at Once. The Stock Consists of
1 Iff to Mi Ten Iran, aotd. size; Oak k Elm l!a,
Osk ant Hickory Spoke, all 111;
Fell"e, Kims. Mlafta and I'ol'S,
Carriage Bolts. Nuts. Wsahers.
Paints, Vainiahrs, Tube Colors,
Clinch Rings, Mallrable Carriage Irons,
la a Large Variety of Good eded la the BoM
nes not JIentlned la tbe Ikote. ilso,
2 NEW EXPRESS WAGONS,
AND I SECOND II A X DED.
Which will be SOLD CHEAP FOR CASH.
The ftand is well known, is situated In the right part of the
tow. for business, and it is a chance which will not be in the
For further particulars, apply immediately to
C. T. DILLINGHAM.
maro lm Administrator of the Estate.
OREGON FLOUR I
KX JANK A. U A. XTC IXHUKO.
FOR SA LK BV
jan 11 tf CASTLE At COOKE.
Frwaaa U. Ne-wfrld. Brrlla.
Just Received in Splendid Order
A mm r-r Sale fcy
Dyl7lf II- IIACKFELD 4- CO.
For JSfi.ii Iiiiieisco
The American Schooner
' m m w mm 9 M SiV
BON EFIELD, Master.
Will have Qnick Dispatch for above Port
For Freight or Passage apply to
caj-20 II. nACKFELD A Co . Agents.
FOR SAX FKAIVCISCO
TO SAIL. ABOUT MARCH 25tb.
The Fine Three Masted Schooner
VV . -Ll. JD.ri Pi JL2J
CAPT. ESCHEJf, (classed A. 1,7 yeartO
Superior Accommodations for Passengers.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
mar20 TUE0. H. DATIE8
FOR SA1V FRAIVCISCO
The Elegant New Clipper Brig
JOHN D. SPRECKELS
ju: J'Tjs) HANSEN, Commander.
Built Express'y for this Trade, and Having Very Saperior
Accommodations, will b diipatcbed lor the above port.
marl3 WM. O. IRWIN ft CO., Agents.
For San Francisco.
THE FINE AMERICAN 8CH0OSER
Will have 0.uick Dispatch, to be followed
by the American Barkentine
For freight and passage apply to
fe2S II. HACKFFLD St CO., Agents.
FOR SS V. L E !
SCHOONER " HONORA ! "
7 2 Tons Register, In good order and ready for sea. Apply to
marl3 II. IIACKFELD ft Co., Agents.
aFt THE FIXE FAST SAILING AM. BK.
jjSit-- Viriy Turner,"
N KWELL, Master,
Will leaTe B0ST0 for lIOXOLrLr oa or aaoat
Jnne 1st next.
Parties desiring to ship goods by this opportunity will please
j17 C. BREWER tt CO.
For Sale or Charter.
THE HAWAIIAN 8CUOONERS
" LILITJ," and "KALTJNA"
Well found and ready for sea. For particulars, apply to
o2 A. FRANK COOKK, Agent.
New York & Honolulu Packet Line
W. II. Crossman So Bros.,
118. Chamber Street.. New York Agents.
ritHE NEXT VESSEL 1st this POPULAR
1 Line will leave New York la ail the month of December.
Parties bavins freis-bt for this port, will do well to patronise
this Line, being sssured of a good vessel and a low rate ol
freight. ae27 tf
THE HAWAIIAN BRIO
Well Found. Heady Tor Sea.
auZJ Apply to H. HACKFELD ft Co.
FOR SA1V FRAIVCISCO.
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
CITY OF NEW YORK'
Will leave Honolulu for San Francisco on
or about Monday April 12.
For Sydney, via Auckland I
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
CITY OF SYDNEY,
ON OR ABOUT MONDAY, MARCH 22
H. HACKFELD ft CO., Agents.
Goad, for Shipment per Steamer (.an aow
be Sloie-d, Free, mf Charge, la the Fire-proof
Wnrrkssae near Ibe Steamer Wharf, jsl 79
TIME-TABLE OF THE
STEAMER ' LIKELIICE,
king. : : t : master.
Tuesday, March 23, 6 p m Circuit of Hawaii
Tuesday, March 30, 6 p m llilo
No Credit for Passage Money !
Ws Dositivelv decline to open accounts lor Passages, and we
particularly call the attention of tbe traveling public to the
necessity of having Baggsge and Freight plainly marked; the
Steamer will not be responsible for any unmarked baggage or
for any Freight or Parcels unless Receipted for.
FREIGHT MOXEt DUE OX DEMAND !
In sll esses of Freiitht for parties not teaponslbte or un
known, the Freight Money will be required in advance.
PACKAGES OF L.IQ.UORS AND WINES
MUST BE PLAINLY MARKED
For the utrtv whom they are for, or plainly stated in the re
ceipt to whom they are consigned.
All demands lor Damage or Loss, must oe maae wumu one
In no way liable for loss or accident to live stock.
arr Hack Drivers, Boys, and such like, will not be allowed
on board the Steamer upon arrival, until after the passenger
have been landed.
mh8 79 wiluekc t,u.
. O. SLLSS. St. P. SOBISBOS.
ALLEN & EOBINSON,
A T ROBINSON S WHARF. I E .4 I.K KS I N
V LL' M BKK and all kind of BL'ILUINO MATKRIAL8
Paicta, Oils, Nails, Ac, Ac.
acirrs roa cRooasaa
n29) Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. (T9
V. ITRLjSrK COOKE,
afOE.TT OF THE FOLLOfTIXG COASTERS :
Kaluna and Gen. Seigel.
FLAG. Red with White Bsll. OFFICE, Corner of
jal9 79 Kuuano and Queen Street.
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE?
C. BREWER ti CO., AGENTS.
Favorable arrangements eso always be made for
Storage and Shipment of Oil. Bone. Wool, Hide
and other Merchandise to N ew Bed'ord. Boston. New I org ana
other Kaatern Ports. IT Cash Advances made.
Ja2 79 C. BREWKR ft CO.
R E O C La A R.
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO
C. BREWER Ai CO., AGENTS.
Merchandise received STORAGE FREE and
liberal cash advances made on shipments by this
jaa 79 C. BRKWKR ft CO.
OWING TO THE PRESENT HIGH PRICES
of materials in our line, we, the undersigned, have been
compelled to raise the price for horseshoeing. On and after
the It day of Feb , ISiO, cur prices will be aa follows:
Hand-made hoes $3 00
Heel and Toe thoes 3.00
Machine Made Shoes 3 60
8. M. WHITMAN,
ROBT. Bill F.TTNER,
CHA3 B. WILSON.
Honolulu, Jan. 2Sth, 1950. ja3I tf
ritllE BRICK-STORE AND PREMISES
M. on yueen street, belonging to It. R. V. Wood, at pre
sent occupied by the undersigned. For terms apply to
se 27-tl II. HACKFKLD ft Co.
raMIOSE PREMISES SITUATE IN HILO.
M opposite the Court House, suitable for a flrst-claas Hotel.
All In good order and repair. Apply to
J. II. CO NET. Honolulu,
fe8 79 orC. RICHARDSON, Hilo.
lani.i. In Probate, la tbe nittrr of tbe (.STATE OF
WILLIAM H. KICE. late f L.bu-, rf the I .land cf Kaaat,
ieceased. At Chambers, bef.sre Mr. Justice McCully Order
of notic cf tetiUou f ai".wace of sccaoats, discharge, and
final distribution of property.
On r- iing and fiuag tJiO etiticn and accounts of PAUL
I-ENBr.Kj AMI M AKV RICK, executors of tbe estate of
William U. Rice. Ub of Lihue. cf the la'.and cf Kauai, de
ceased, and ak that the same may be examined and approved,
and that a Anal ordrr may be made c( distribution of the prop
erty n-tnaan:n In their h.nJa to the persjns thereto entitled,
and discharging them from ail further responsibility as tuch
Itiaord-red that W EPN Krr A Y, the 7th day of April, a.
t. 10, at 10 o'clock, a. m . befure the sail Juir. at Cham
bers, ra th" Ccort llocse. at Honol-lJ, be and the same hereby
is aprxiicte-i as the time and place f t hearirg said petition
ar.i aoccur.ts. and that all j-e'Stn intereBted may then and
there appear auj hew cans?, if any thy have, why the same
stiould not be granted, and may present evidence as to who
are entitled to the said property.
And that this order, in the English language, be published
in the Paciflc Commercial Advertiier, a newipaper printed
and published In Honolulu, fjr three successive week previ
ous to the time therein appointed for saii hearing.
Dated at Honolulu. H. I., this 16th day of March, S-D.1M0.
Jastice of th Supreme Court.
Attest: A. I10SA. Deputy Clerk. martO St
SUPREME COURT. IN THE MATTER
OP IUE BANKRUPTCY OF WILLIAM JOHNSON, a
Voluntary Bankrupt. Before Chief Jusuc Harris, In Cham
bers. MM. JOHNSON, of Honolulu, having come before me and
declared himself a Bankrupt, as provided in Section 962 of the
It is hereby ordered that the Clerk of the Supreme Court do
lsiu an order to the Marshal of the Kingdom to lake poaaet
sion of the property of tbe said Wm. Johnson, and to put his
tore-houses, coaming houses, effects, books and pa pet uoier
lock and seal.
And it is further ordered that THURSDAY, the 8th day of
April, a. p. IsiO, at 10 o'clock, a. m., at the Court Room at
Aliiolani Hale, in Honolulu, be the time and place for hear
ing and deciding tbe question of Bankruptcy, and that no
tire of such bearing be published in the Pacific Commercial
Advertiser, for three consecutive weeks, previous to such
hearing, to tbe end that all parties Interested may tbeniAl
there appear and show cause, if any they have, why the
said Wm. Johnson should not be declared Bankrupt.
Witness my hand and the Seal of the Sapreme Court thia
17th day of March, a. o. 18 SO. - -
(Seal ) CHAS. C. HARRIS, Chier Justice.
Attest: A. ROSA, Deputy Clerk. maraO 3t
SUPREME COURT OFTHE HAWAIIAN
ISLANDS. In the matter cf the Bankruptcy of MAK
LEE WAN and others, doing business in Honolulu under the
Arm name of KWONQ KAT CUONQ :
NOTICE is hereby given that a meeting of the Creditor
who have proved debts against the said firm of Kwong Kat
Chnng, Bankrupts, to the amount of $100 or more, will be
held at the Office of the Clerk oi the Supreme Court, at Aliio
lani Hale, Honolulu, on TUESDAY, the 23d instant, at 10
o'clock, a. m., for the purpose of electiDg Assignees of said
Bankrupts' estate, pursuant to the statute.
A. KOSA, Deputy Clerk.
Honolulu, March 12th, 1SS0. marl 3 2t
SUPREME COURT OF THE HAWAIIAN
Islands. In Probate. Island of Oahu, Hawaiian Islands,
s. In the matter ol the ESTATE OF MARIA P. CHAM
BERLAIN, of Honolulu, deceased. Order appointing time
for probate of will and directing publication of notice of the
A document, purporting to be the last will and testament of
Maria P. Chamberlain, deceased, having on the 18th day of
Feb., a. D. 18S0, been presented to said Probate Court, and a
petition for the probate thereof , and for the issuance of letter
testamentary to Warren Chamberlain and J. Evarta Cham
berlain, haviog been filed by said Warren Chamberlain,
It is hereby ordered, that WEDNESDAY, the 24tb day of
March, a. D 1SS0, at 10 o'clock, a. at. of said day,at the Court
Room of said Court, at Honolulu, in the Island of 0ahu.be,
and the same is hereby appointed the time for proving said
will and bearing said app ication, when and where any person
interested may appear and contest tbe said will, and the grant
ing of letters testamentary.
It is further ordered, that notice thereof be given by publica
tion, for three successive weeks, in the Pacific Commercial
Advertiser, a newspaper printed and published in Honolulu.
Dated Honolulu, U. I., March 1st. 18S0.
Attest: Justice of the Supreme Court.
A. ROSA, Deputy Clerk. mart 3t
SUPREME COURT. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,
in Bankruptcy. In the matter of C. K. HAPAI.an al
Whereas llyman Bros, have this dav filed a petition nrav-
tog that C. K. Hapai be adjudged a Bankrupt, for certain stat
utory reasons in said petition named, and have filed a bond in
tbe sum of 1 wo Thousand Dollars, conditioned for the pay
ment of all costs of the proceedings and damages to the said
C. K. Hapai, if they fail to prove him a Bankrupt; and where
as an order has issued to the Marshal of the Kingdom to take
possession of all tbe said C. K. Uapai's property, wherever
the sarno may be found, and to put his Store-houses, Counting
nouses, anects, nooks ana Papers under lock ana seal.
ftow therefore, it is ordered that MONDAY, the 29th dav of
March, a. n. lsaO, be and the same is hereby appointed for
the hearirg of the said petition at Aliiolani Hale. Honolulu.
Oahu, at 10 o'clock a. in of that day. where the lame will be
heard and decided if disputed. And it is further ordered, that
notice of the said hearing be published for three successive
weeks in the Pscinc Commercial Advertiser, a newsosoer
published in Honolulu.
Dated Honolulu. March 21. a. D. 18S0.
Chief Justice Supreme Court.
Attest: A. ROSA, Deputy Clerk. maS St
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT PUR
suant to a power of sale contained in a certain morliraee
deed, dated Jin. 28th, 1878, made by Nakoana, (k) and Kahi
nu, (W) his wife, to Alex. J. Cartwrieht, of record in Liber 64,
on pages 11 and 12, sod by him assigned to Thomas Brown,
Trustee by Assignment, dated March 27th, 1879, of record in
Liber 60, on page 105, and for a breach of the conditions in said
mortgage deed contained, that all and singular, the lands, ten
ements and hereditaments in said mortgage deed contained
and described, wili. after tbe time li i.ited by law, be sold at
public auction, on account of the breach of the conditions as
The property in said mortgage des ribed, being situated in
Pianul, Manoa, Oahu, and more particularly described in
KoyHl Patent No 103. THOMAS BROWN, Trustee.
CECIL BKOWN, Attorney for Assignee of Mortgage.
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
mroTiCK is ii KKKiir oivev. that pur
11 sua nt to a power of sale contained in a certain mortgage
deed dated the 5th day of Nov. 1877. made by Peke. of Waiki-
ki, Oahu, to Alex. J. Cartwriglit, of Honolulu, of record in
Lilier 51, on p.cea 346. 347 and 348. and by him asniirned to
Thomas Brown, 't rustee by Assignment, dated March 27, 1879,
or record in Liber bO. on page 1U5, snd for a breach of tbe
conditions in said mortgage deed contained, that all and sin
gular, the lands, tenements and hereditaments in said mort
gage deed contained and described, wi.l, after the time limited
by law, be anid at public auction, on account of the breach of
the conditions as hereinbefore mentioned.
1 he property in sai J mortgage described, being situated in
Wsikiki, and more particularly described in Royal Patent No.
S174, and containing sn area of 4 4-100 acres.
THOMAS BROWN, Trustee.
CECIL BROWN, Attorney for Assignee ot Mortgage.
BV VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF EXECU
TION issued out of the Supreme Court of the Hawaiian
Islands in favor of S. Maikai against L'lukou for $1245 25. I
have levied upon and shall expose for sale at the front door of
Aliiolani Hale, tin Saiurdny. April 3d, 1880. at
l o'clock, noon, all the equity of redemption, reversion, right.
title and intereat of the said Ulutou, of, in and to tbe hind
known as the " Ahupuaa of IJaneoo." situated in liana.
Island of Maui. I nd containing 873 80. acres cane snd grat
ing land, and has a fishing right of one mile out to sea from
point to point, unless said judgment, interest and all costs be
The above irenues will be sold subject to a mortgage to A.
Unna of (1000; a No a lease to said A. Unna for 10 years
from Oct 4, 1876, al $150 per annum.
Terms of sale Cash, and deeds at expense nf purchaser.
W. C. PARKE, Marshal.
Honolulu, Feb 27, 1880. ' feb23
Administrator's Sale of Heal Estate
N'THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF
C Kanaina, deceased ir.tcstate. By virtue of an order of
sle by the lion. C. C. Harris, Chief Justice of the Supreme
Court, sitting ss a Court of Probate, on the 6th day of Janu
ary, A. D. 1880, the undersigned will sell at public auction, on
SATURDAY, APRIL 3d. 1880,
At 12 o'clock noon, at the front door of Aliiolani Hale, all the
ight, title ana interest, which the said Charles Kanama. de
ceased, had in and to
THE FOLLOWING PARCELS OF LAND,
LOT 1 K A 1 El E. in Kalihi, Oahu, and containing an
area of 26 acres, more or less.
LOT 2 LEA II A . in Kalihi aforesaid, and containing
an area of 65 45-100 acres, more or less. (These two lands
adjoin each other, and are excellent grazing lands.
LOT 3 ONE LOT OF LA N It situated in Pamoo,
Honolulu, immediately in rear of the residence ol Rev Mr Da
mon, entrance from Hotel street, containing an area of 35-100
of an acre. This lot is leased for $00 per annum, the lease
expiring June 30th 1854.
LOT 4 That Lot al the corner of King and Punchbowl
streets, with the houses thereon, containing an area of 17-100
of an acre. This lot is sold aatject to a life interest of one Mrs
Kaebu, who is now about 70 years of age, the life interest to
be ststed on day of aaie.
LOT & Lot in Waikiki, H.A I A LI I, Containing an
area ot A 62-100 acres. - - . . ,
LOT G Lot in III of Piia. Waikiki, containing an area of
9.M00 of an acre. This is one patch, and ran be planted In
kalo or rice.
LOT 7 Lot in Manoa. consisting of 14 acres. This lot is
leased for $235 per anaum, payable semi-annually. Tbe lease
xpires !ept aotn, 1SH1.
LOT 8 The AHUPUAA OF HAKIPU. situa
ted in Koolaupoko, Oahu, survey cf which is now in course of
preparation. This is a valuable piece of land, comprising gra
ins aud rice lands and valuable nh poods, and will be sokl
lbject to a lease of $1A0 per annum, expiring Dec 31. 1SS4;
also a second lease fir $150 per annum expiring Oct 31, 1886.
LMT Tl.e well known lot or II A I .M O El PO, situ
ated on Palace Walk, and containing ao area of 78-100 of an
.OT lO The Hl'ILDIVfiS on the above lot to be
sold separately, and to be removed within days after the
sale. The lot of Haitnot ipo. (Lota 9 and 10.1 will be sold ON
THK PREMISE:, immediately after the aale of the other lots.
LOT 1 1 One large Kalo Patch in Kamoku II. Waikikt,
containing 1-4 of an acre. Title to above landa Royal Patent.
The terms of sale sre cash, ar.d d. eds at the expense of the
purchaser, subject to approval by the Probate Court.
X7 ror Charts and surveys and other information, apply
allheorflceof W. C. PARKK,
Administrator Estate of C. Kanaina.
Honolulu, Feb. 24, lSeO. fe28 61
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1)ER STEAMER ZEALAXDIA A SMALL
lot of New Crop, just received,
jail, 80 For Sale by B0LLE3 A CO,
PAINTS AND PAINT OIL.
HUBBUCK'S PURE LEAD, HUBBUCK'S
W hite Zinc, Hubburk's Pale Boiled Oil, Boston Spirits
Turpentine. For Sale by
Jal T9 B0LLE3 ft CO.
We, Kalaka.ua, by tbe Grace of God, of
the Hawaiian rlaml?i, Kinir, do proclaim :
That it is Our Pleasure, in pursuance of
Our Constitution, that the Members of the
Legislative Assembly of Our Kingdom do
assemble at the Legislative Hall, at Oor
Capital of Honolulu, for the dispatch of
public business, at 12 o'clock, noon, on Fri
day the Thirtieth day of April, A. D. Eight
een Hundred and Eighty.
Given unJer Our Royal Sign Manual
at Our Palace, in the City of
Honolulu, this First day of
March, Eighteen Hundred
and Eighty, and the Seventh
f Royal 1
I Seal. ;
Year of Oor Reign.
. : KALAKATJA R.
By the Kixa :
The Minister of the Interior,
Sam'l G. Wilder. znaria
Board of Health Notice.
It having been made clear to tb. Board of Health, that
the manner of burial or disposing of tb. dead. In many
places in the Islands, by placing tb. Bodies in email
buildings above ground or by a very slight covering
of earth Is highly injurious to tbe health of all people
living in the vicinity and a certain cause of sickness.
I therefore, as President of tbe Board of Health, give
notice, that all bodies so interred, that are in any way
offensive, must ba properly put under ground, and from
this date no Interment will be allowed In a manner that
can be construed as inlurious to the Public Health.
One month from this date will be allowed to correct all
nuisance now existing, and all Sheriffs, Deputy Sheriffs
and Agents of tbeJBoard of Health throughout the King
dom are hereby instructed to prosecute under the law
regulating the Board of Health, any and all parties who
do not conform to thin notice.' 9AMX. G. WILDER,
. President of the Board of Healtl
Honolulu, March 10th. IBao. Msr-ls-lm
CaPT. Andrew Fcllkr has been thia day appointed
Agent to superintend the shipping and discharge of native
seamen, for the port of Honolulu.
SAMX G. WILDER, Minister of the Interior.
nterior Office, February 28th. 1880. , tuarlj
XOT1CE. Parties erecting fences on the Kulaokahv
Plains are requested not to remove any granite or con.
Crete posts marking corners.
SAMX G. WILDER, Minister of the Interior.
Interior Department, February 24, 1880. ' feb2S
is accordance with the provisions of Section 231 of
the Civil Code, a suitable enclosure has been constructed
and set apart for the Impounding of estrays In Halawa
Valley, Island of Molokai, at a place called Kalalkau
huhu. SAM'L G. WILDER,
, Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, February a. 1980.' feb28
In accordance with the provisions of Section 232 of
the Civil Code, I have appointed, William Abr. Kiha as
Poundmaster for the above named pound In Halawa
Valley. Island of Molokai. ,.) :- . , .
JNO. O. DOMINIS. Gorernor of Maul.
Office Governor of Maul, February 24, 1880. feb28 s
Sale of Government Lots.
On Saturday, March 27th, 1880, at 12 o'clock noon, at
the front entrance of Aliiolani Hale, will be sold at pub-',
He auction, the following Building Lots on Kulaokahua
Nos 175. 176. Upset price, 100 each.
Nog 173. 174. Upset price, $100 each.
Nos 317, 318, 319. 320; Upset price, $200 each.
Nos 325, 326, 327. 828. 329. 30. Upset price, $200 each.
Nos 331, 332, 333, 334 Upset price, $200 each.
Nos 335. 336. 337. 338. Upset price. $100 each.
No 407, 408, 409. 410, 411, 412. Upset price, $100 each.
Nos 404, 405. Upset price, $200 each. . . ', -
No 406. Upset price. $100.
Nos 343, 345. Upset price, $100 each.
Nos 347, 349, 351. Upset price. $100 each.
Nos 364, 3o6. Upset price, $100 each.
Nob 371, 373. Upset price, $100 each.
Nos 375, 377. Upset urice $400.
No 368. Upset price, $100. '
Nos 270, 271. 288, 2HU. Upset price. $200 each.
Nos 92, 93, 98, 99. Upset price, $200 each.
Nos 217, 255. Upset price, $200 each.
Nos 190. 191, 192, 2U, 202, 203. Upset price, $300 each.
These lands are sold with a distinct understanding thst
the purchasers are to improve the same. The Govern
ment declines to sell to parties desiring to hold for an
Terms, one-fourth each, one-fourth in one year, one
fourth in two years, and one-fourth in three years, with
interest at 9 per cent, aud mortgage on the property.
Papers at tbe expense of the purchaser.
SAM'L G. WILDER, Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Feb. 24, 1880. . , ' f . feb28
Under and by virtue of the authority in me vested by
Chapter 30 of the Law of 1878, entitled an Act to amend
Section 1 of an Act entitled " An Act to authorize the
Minister of the Interior to take possession of whatever
land and water may be required for the use of the Hono
lulu Water Works, approved on the 18th day of August,
1800, and amended by an Act approved on the 18th July,
Notice is hereby given that the several owners and
occupiers of the several lands and parcels of land men
tioned and specified in the schedule hereunto written are
required to remove or cause to be removed on or before
the 31st day of March now next ensuing, all cattle, horses
and other animals depasturing or being on the said lands,
and to keep the said lands protected from cattle and
other animals, the wuters on the said lands being re
quired for the purposes of the Honolulu Water Works.
Schedule of Lands above referred to :
Hi of Op Haumakaawe, Poloke.Maunalaha, John It's I
Pawaa or Kanaha, Kalawahine, Kaakaukukui, Kalwioka
ihu, and such portions of Kewalo as lie mauka of Be
SAM'L a. WILDER, Minister of Interior.
Dated at Honolulu, Feb. ICth. A. D. 1880. feb21
Depabtmekt or Finance.
Honolulu, Feb. 7, 1880.
All employt-es of the Government, and other persons
to whom moneys may be due at the Hawaiian Treasury
on or before the 31st of March, 1880, are requested to pre-
sent vouchers for settlement on or before that date, and
all persons having moneys on accountof the Government
are requestea to innie meir returns promptly, in oruer
that there may be no ueiay in closing me accounts
the fiscal period ending on the above date.
f eb7 2m Registrar of Public Accounts, ff
Licenses Expiring in March, 1880a''
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 tbe Interior.
Interior Office April 30, 1879.
Laine A Co, Esplanade
Chung Wa, Nuuanu street.
Ho Tin Hong, Punchbowl st, "
Sen Hong, cor King A Alapai eta, '
A W Richardson, cor Fort A Merchant sts,
14 Quong Sam Kee & Co, King street, Honolulu
17 Wo Hop Co, Nuuanu street, '
Hop ChoDg, Nuuanu street,
W P Akau, Nuuanu street, "
William Ing Fooe. cor King and Mannakea
G West, King street,
Chun Sine. Queen street.
D W Clark, Merchant street. "
C C Bennett, Wailuku
Ahoi Co, Lahaina
Lnm Sun, Wailuku
Chuncr Hoon A Co. Wailuku
12 Nee bhu X Co, Lahaina
HAWAII 2 G W C Jones, Keauhon, Kau
C K Hapai, Hilo
Wai Ong, Hilo
Puuloa Ranch Co, Waimea
Ung Teng A Chum Sun Choy, Holualoa,
L Ahlo A Co, Honomakan, N Kohala
F W Bartels. Honoapo, Kau
30 L Akamu, Punahoa, Hilo
KAUAI 18 O Scholz, Lihue
21 Goo Ka, Hanalei
20 C Brewer & Co, Queen street
12 Nee Shu A Co, Lahaina, Maui
13 Ake. Kahulni. Maul
17 Hop Chong. Nuuanu street i
17 M Maranda Smith, Nuuanu street
18 Chung Hoon A Co, Wailuku, Maui
19 Asiu, Onomea, Hilo, Hawaii
10 S E Ford, Wailuku, Maui
23 Henry 3 Hart, Honolulu
1 C Bertlemann. Hanalei, Kauai
10 J Sylva. Waikapu, Maui
22 W J Martin. Lahaina. Man!
25 J N Wright, Koloa, Kauai
Db. E. H. Thacheb, the dentist, who has been doing
a flourishing business for some time in Central Block,
has decided to remove to the Sandwich Islands, locating
at Honolulu. He is a gentleman of first-class ability and
takes with him the best wishes of his many friends in
Oakland, who expect that he will become as popular in
his fature home as he has in his past one. Oakland Daily
Dr. Thacher will open an office on Wednesday the
loth, at No. 30 Beretania st. between Queen Emma's and
Fort St. Church.
A New Advertisement from Dr Thacher wiU appear
npHE TWO STORY RESIDENCE. SITUATE
at on School and Emma Streets, Honolulu. Is in excellent
order and repair, with good and sufficient pasturage for two
or three horses. Half the purchase money may remain on
mortgage for two or three years, at 8 per cent, per annum,
enquire of (d8 tf) THOS. BROWN, Registrar's Office.
- THE PAOiriO
SATURDAY. MARCH 20.
'Laat.E Man,. The Post Ofhc dispatched 4300 letters by
the mail stcatuer Australia on Tuesday la-t.
-"Monthly meeting of the Hawaiian Mission
dreu's Society at Jttile McCully's this evening.
J Our thanks are due to Mr. T. tt. Thrum and
Messrs. Whitney ft Robertsva for lata papers.
G'Xid roa WaiLrac By a letter from the flourishing
town of East Maui we learn that soma of the can. on th.
Wsllukn Plantation Is turning ont from six to seven tons
to the acre.
CaTMa,liii. Caa-lwtla Patti, who refused to alng for
Honolulu for fear that somebody In San Francisco would
seize the receipts, I creating a great furore with hr
concert in Sydney.
Abjissted. In tb S. F. Alta of Feb. 26, ws' read that
Theodore Shillaber was arrested for assault with a dead
ly weapon on Louis Winter. Th. cas was continued.
defendsnt being released on $500 bail.
y'Cooi. WkaTHsa. The wind on Tuesday night and
Wednesday morning was from th. northward, and th.
thermometer (a self-registering one) la town stood at
56 . In tha valley, two miles from town, tt stood at 5v .
V"An adaptation from T. S. Arthur's temperance drama
pf Ten Nights In a Barroom, and called Father Com.
'Home, may shortly be produced by a new organisation
called the Royal Hawaiian Dramatic Club,
Mcsical Haix Association We are requested to say
that there will be an adjouxued meeting of the stock
holders of the above association, at the office of the
Minister of the Interior on Monday evening next, at 7
o'clock, P. at. A full attendance 1 requested.
Taut ScacowEst " Vrvn." Thi Fanning's Island packet
has recently changed commanders. Captain English
tiring. Since he has been in charge of the I'irid. one
year, she has sailed 33. (XXI mile in her numerous tril
between the island and thia port. Captaia English 1 a
thorough seaman and navigator.
J Captain E. D. Crane, of the Hawaiian ateanier
Lfhua, reports : Left Eohala March IS at S r. at.; at 3.30
spoke American whaleship I'rogrtu, Captain Lapham,
who reported that he waa three months out from Califor
nia, lately from the Line, and had five uarrels blackmm
oil. The Vyrtu was bound to Kealaiekna Bay. Caps.
Crane also reports a heavy surf at iiapuu.
Well-boring. Ground will be broken at Kulaokahua
on Monday morning next, by the engineer, Mr. A. D.
Pierce, for an artesian well on the premises of Mr. A.
Marouez. This novel experiment will create a lively in.
terest, in view of the magnitude of tbe results which
must follow the establishment of tbe fact that flowing
wells can be bad on these Islands.
News. Among the brief mentions of "News of the
Week" in the Grocer and Cbuntrv Merchant of San Fane
en. ncrnpthHHvAnli! Prnnnsed recinrocitv treatv bsv
tween Germany and the bandwlsh Islands." That would
indeed be news to us. - W. remember however that th
Journal mentioned has always been an enemy to our reci
procity treaty Tttn the United Htates.
Fast Riding. We beg to direct the attention of the
heads of. the police to the fact that Chinese are in the
habit of racing borse on the Palama road night and day,
f Chinese with and without tbe usual caudal appendage
to the annoyance and danger of pedestrians Recently
grreideny native waa anoeaea aown oy one u isiw Br
ing celestials, luckily witnout sustaining serious injury,
whiie the native police too no ounce oi ine an air.
The Oceam Rac. The brigantine J. D. SfrrtckcU and
'the schooner Cfattr ' SprtcktU both left San Franciaco at
the same time, bound respectively for Honolulu and
Hilo. Each arrived off their port of destination at the
same hour 1 o'clock A. at., and hove to until daylight,
reporting the same time, ten days and thirteen hours
passage. The report of the Claui will be found In our
commercial column. Aa Honolulu is 76 mile further
from San Francisco than is Hilo. th. brigantine must be
conceded to have won the race. ery close sailing.
Kauai Items. A valued correspondent, writing from
Nawiliwili under date of the 12th inst. says : ' Last Bun-
day night, a Chinaman, Akanui by name, wishing to re
turn to his naUve land took.the hanging method for ao
dolne. and succeeded aamiraoiy. a wees oeiore ne naa
been fined $500 for selling liquor without a license. He
was found dead in his cell at the prison on Mondsy morn
ing, March 8. Still further, a native named Paahao, an
employee of the Lihue Plantation, in a fit of love sick-
ness, cut bis own tnrosf. ne was not so aucceasiui as sue
Chinaman, and will probably recover.
sy In a recent number of the Nevada city Trantcrij4,
mention is made of a search by agents of people who
have been fleeced, after a certain C. W. Halleck, an ab
sconded " teacher of vocal culture." and musical instru
ment agent. He appears to have sot ahead of the people
of Nevada city to the tune of $1,100. Situated aa we are
at these Islands, we are very liable to be visited by this
sort of character, of course under the disguise of an alias.
Some have entertained angels nnawarea, and not tin fre
quently the other sort. The safest pian is to ask for
references before committing oneself with strangers.
Music The Band will play this afternoon at Emma
Square, commencing at 4 JO p.m. The following 1 the
Overture Tancredi Rossini
Oratorio March David and Absalom Longhurat
Waltz Albertha Rosati
Selection The Fledermous Strauss
Cavatina Martiri ...DonizetU
Quadrille The Wedding Straus
The next moonlight concerts will take place on Tues.
day, March 23d, and on Thursday, March 25th, at the
usual place and time.
2T The following card from the unfortunate at Mo
lokai has been handed u for publication. It i the com
position of one Of the signers, who is educated in Eng
lish. Its publication may Incite other to "go and do
Mb. Editor Bib : By the grace and power of AI-
mlghty, who has heard the prayers of Hi children.
through our Committee : tberetore. we return our
thanks and gratitude to Hon. Henry Waterhouse. J. T.
Waterhouse. jr.. and Henry Dlmoud, for their kindness
to the Door afflicted lepers, who are residing In the settle
ment of Kawaluna, Kalawao, Molokai. Have clothed the
men, women and children : the number amounting 75,
fl lT v. ' 1 Committee.
V AS. , av.a as a aav. j
Kawaluna, Kalawao, February 20th, 1H80.
A Handsome Pbesent. We are always glad to record
acts of liberality, particularly on the part of our fellow
townsmen. It is with great pleasure therefore that we
note the recent generous gift of Mr. Henry Macfarlane to
the Library and Reading Room Association. Mr. JJenry
Macfarlane has subscribed for the new edition of the
Encyclopedia Britannica now being published by Messrs.
8 tod dar d A Co., as a present to that Association, i ne
first ten volumes have already been received and the re
mainder will follow as fast as issued. Persons who act
in this liberal manner make the whole community their
debtors. I We sre also lnfermed that through tbe liberali
ty Of Hon. Chas, It. Bishop, President and the other
members oi the Chamber ol Commerce, tnat organization
has entrusted to the keeping of the Library Association
for the use of the public, their entire collection of books.
consisting mainly of bound files of various journals aud
periodicals having a special bearing on commercial and
Raisfall in Kar, Hawaii. A correspondent resident
in that district furnishes us with the following record of
the rainfall on the Pahala Plantation, Kan, during the
year 1879 and for the first two months of 1880 :
January, isvj J.z juiy, la.y
Total rainfall for 1879 . . ..
January, 1880 ,
During 1879, It rained more or less on 106 days. During
the two months of 1880, reported above, it rained on 26
days, or nearly one inch a day. The largest rainfall
during one day was 7.25 inches.
Th Pacific Iblakds. Sir Arthur Gordon, the British
High Commissioner for the Western Pacific, has issued a
series of regulations, prohibiting the supply of intoxicat
ing liquors by British subject to the native of Tonga,
Samoa, Rotumah and Savage Island, under a penalty not
exceeding 10 or Imprisonment aot exceeding one mouth.
Another regulation prohibits tho selling of firearms or
ammunition by British subjects to natives of Samoa.
Still another prevents the sale of dynamite by British
subjects to the natives of the following islands, or to any
other natives of Polynesia resident in any such islands :
The New Hebrides group, tbe Banks Islands, the Santa
Cruz Islands, the Salomon Islands, New Britain, New Ire
land, Duke of York Island, tbe Admiralty Islands, the
Caroline Islands, the Louisiade Archipelago, and that
part of New Guinea eastward of the 143d meridian of
longitude; under a penalty of 10 or imprisonment not
exceeding three months.
Faoat Hilo. By a letter from an obliging correspon
dent at the ' Bay City," we learn that the schooner Alice
arrived there on the 6th, with a cargo of lumber to W. H.
Reed, 22 days from Port Townsend; the Claut Sjireclelt on
the 6th, 10 tt days from San Francisco, bringing a large as
sorted cargo for Hilo merchants and the Hakalau Planta
tion, together with 58 Chinese and 3 American pas
sengers. Tbe Chinese are for tbe Hakalau and Hitch
cock's Plantations. The foreign passengers were D. C.
Potter, B. F. Luce, and Elijah Nichols. A seizure of
opium, (about 30 tins) waa made by the police on the
Claut SprtcktU. It was the property of a Chinaman, who
was arrested and is now in tbe Hilo prison. On Mondsy
8th, a Chinaman in prison committed suicide by hanging
himself to the bars of hi cell with his sash. The
weather la clear and pleasant, both Mauna Loa and Man
na Kea are covered with snow, and the volcano is active.
The Chinese who came by the SpruktU this time
are under tbe control of one of tbe Chinese Companies of
Kan Francisco, which is responsible for them and sends
an agent along with them. They were formerly employ
ed in woolen factories in San Francisco, but have been
discharged through the intimidation of the Kearneyltes,
and the enforcement of the new laws of California.
Emfebob William's Birthday. Monday next, the 22d
Inst., is the 83d anniversary of the birthday of the grand
old hero who rules over united Germany. Wilhelm I.
waa born March 22,1797; was made Governor of Pome
rania in 1840; Commander-in-chief, 1849; Regent of
Prussia, 1858; succeeded his brother, Frederick William
IV., 2d Jan. 1861 ; declared War against Austria, 17 June.
1866; took command of the army, 1st July, 18C6j de
feated the Austrians at Sadowa, 3d July. 18C6; received
the surrender of Napoleon III. at Sedan, Sept. 2d, 1870;
and the same year was proclaimed Emperor of United
Germany. Notwithstanding the fact that attempts have
been made on his life by fanatical socialists, tbe Emperor
William is well-beloved and sincerely respected by the
German people. The German Club of Honolulu propose
to celebrate his birthday on Monday, by a concert by the
band on their grounds between Emma and Punchbowl
streets in the afternoon, to which the public generally
are invited; and in the evening by private theatricals
and dancing at the Club rooms, for which invitations
have been issued. The occasion will undoubtedly prove
a most enjoyable one, for no one knows better how to
handsomely perform the part of host than a true German,
CV Several Interesting sud Important matter prepared
for this Issue are deferred for want of rotitu.
W Great prtjn rations are- being made, for th uc
resaful carrying out of the Maaqnrrad. ball, which taks
place at Buffum's Hall, cue week from neat Monday.
SV It i a upposable fart that the perforsuanoa which
was to bare taken place on board th. P. M. ft. 8. Asastraiaa
in mid-ocean on the lHth Inst., was enjoyed by tho. pree
eut, aud that a full boua. " witnessed the perform aj.-ca.
The foreign ui ws collated for thl I same la unavoid.
ably crowded out. It is however unimportant, with th.
exception of the auiiouncciueut that England has conaoev
ted with Persia, to rbrak Kuaata'a further nrasmasa la
Th mail now du. should bring; Important bsw.
TBEaTaicai Th benefit tendered to Mia Zo Oaf.
ton, on last Monday avsning, y fcsr f risnds, and Oa
which occasion sL produced tb play of Maaappa, ra4
undoubtedly gratifying to the" fair beneficiary " a r
garda receipt, and the actlaua. which cobimIIsA ha
appearanc before the curtain. With Mis Osytoa ben
efit th. season cloewd. but a bsw set of faces and
actors are on tb. way and will it Is presumed too
mail, their atrsW bwfur. a Honolulu sudisao.
Fibx aT LakUinaLl'MA. At Ibe High School for boy
on th. mountain back of Lahaina, on Wednesday night
th. loth lust., th. Chapel building was discovered to b
on fire. When first asen th. fir. waa ao wall uadar way
that it was hopeless to try to save th. building, but Ui.
teachers and scholars Worked hard and aucoeasf tally la
saving th adjoining building. There are auspicious
that th firs was th. work of an litrendary, but w bars
learned nothing poaiuv ao far. Tb property fceJoeg
to th. Board of Education and th. luaa 1 estimated A
a i SfA , awaass)
Thk Bcixock Pens. Complaints have again res had
us of th. bad condition vf soma of th. bullock pen be
low the prison, especially during Ui rwoant rains
coupled with ststemenU of the nnnecsaaarv aaA
cruelty practiced wn the aniuiala by the MUvwaasnpaoywd
v .uIiki .u.u.. v miurmaiii, wno was aa eyewtt.
nesa of the sickening scene, stairs that tbe bullock Ira
tended to be alaughtrred was hauled oat of tbe suuddr
pen into th. house by a ri., lis feet and bead securely
tied, aud then a lot of savats dugs set on the animal to
bite and worry it. Ko far. he bad not seea a knife used
for the pttrpoae of putting an end to the creature' aul-
wu"j ; awr. u maae oeel better or
tender to have th. animal worried and tortured by dog
before slaughtering t Th. bull.x k In the pen were atand.
ing nnauieu together up t? their IxlllM tn soft sand, i
W understand that an Influential clttaen has laid com.
plaint with the Marshal In retard to th. mni..iii
of the cattle pens, and that th matter will ba tho.
Th CoMkT. This heavenly visitant, to which W al-"
luded In our last aa visible somewhere In tli Routh'tnt
Hemisphere, waa first seen at Sydney. N. B. W., on Feb.
1st. Its tail waa :K0 in Ituvth. uA u mi . ..i
by the oouiet of IMA. Tb. tstiverataeat Astronomer at
Melbourne. Feb. IT. eavst "I again obtained a good
aeries of observations of the cx.met last night. It pre
ceded a star of the nth luagultud in Hculptor, a boat n
seconds, and was a little ovrr . minutes to the north.
The star was compared with Epsilou aculpturus, and tb.
position Of the nucleus thus nlltalllMl wraa .nnmrim.1.1.
t'Jf"1,' L,KlKht C,"J". In. lu. 40.; declination.
I frHin'' while the moUon in declination, northward, 4 ,
I inc reasing The nucleus waa fainter than th lirwviosM .
" motion in riant aacenalon la irrxlnall Am
I nl..l.. - .i t , . . w mmmu mum iwwvawww
I - a lumu see no central condensation tt
.kui, .iiiiiiiuiii see no reuirai condensation tt was a
mere hazy nebulous obim-t. Th. .
I'tfii rT,ng f,m, tu- un- but mor eatended obaer.
can tTdlucr.'':,,1,Ur'1 brf0r" rpruxlmst. orUt
Mistasjsw Intkutx arurE. Daniel Eavbtvera. aOLtlaaart
with his wife, a deaf and dumb woman, occupies a dwell.
Ing situated on a by-path leading from Ford's Lane, off
Nuuanu Avenue. Tha f BailifliV iffa -aa Ifwraa aAM V .K.M.
together, and the frequent noises Issuing from thl.
dwelling in the ahspe of crie. screams, scuffling. Ao..
have greatly disturbed th neighbors, and wo suachiothif
Senor Kschivera bss boenna ta . ...a4 . T
E2f2'?JBthaA locllT- Las Tburad.y evening th. .
i. .V "vera family coBslderwd it his duty 49
J.11" hl wife and as th. punishment was adminis
tered with no gentle foroe the poor deaf and dumb Part' "
ner remonstrated bv Bivin. ... , ?"ztY
resident in the vicinity hurried to tb. spot with th good
Vl? ,h?w," u on troubled water. Arriv.
ing at the door he witnessed a portion of th. punishment '
that was being administered, and on th. impulse of tb. '
moment want into th h.,,, ... u,m " - -
the performance, Th. wif. beating husband bow.Wf '
waa not satisfied at being interrupted In hi bousunita,
ment, and turned on th Intruder, who defended bltuaalf '
.T V ' w,he5 tJn wom,Ln dmed It advisable to aa.
sist her liege lord and master. Tala turn tn th state af
affair compelled the would be peacemaker to beat a has,
ty retreat, which he AiA .nrf 1 .k a .." 7 "
,1 , ?.,Jnw"r4,J "lttlUsT Po th. truth of.Usvaavlcg IS
that "Fool step in where angels fear to treed." .
To the Editor of Ute'mPacifica0ommercial Advertiser t
Last Thursday w were summoned to attend th fan. '
eral of John W. Wlddifleld at Waikapu. H. disd om th.
9th inst., of heart disease and dropsy, aged 48 years, on
month and three days Just in the prime of lite. Waari-' ' '
some dav and night were appointed him, which for
months he bore with uncomplaining patience. H. raoow.
ulsed the hsnd of hi loving Father tn th. piracta
uffering he wa called to endure. From ancient Unia
God hss chosen bis people in the furnace, where km tmsv - -ifles
the fine gold. Amid his sufferings he turned hi svaa -to
tbe Lamb of God who taketh away th. ain. of th.
world. He arose and returned to his n.ni. sr.i
and renouncing all other booes. uladl v iii..j .- -.-.i.'
offer of the Gospel. Before he left u the sting of death :
wa removed, and light and Joyful hope filled hia aoul. .
He was the only child of his parents. Ten year ago h
paid them a visit, and waa Just in time to see hi aged
mother and witness, her peaceful departure. HI father
now 80 years of sun. a till Uvea In mmm tv.. " ii
of hi. only child. (
husband and father he was a pattern of consider
ate kindness, gentleness aud love. A llttl. mora than
three year ago h. burled hi eldest son, and h. now
leave hi widow and four dear children and a multltud.
ui ineuus to mourn tneir luaa. The. 1.... n, . .
sympathy of tha whole community, for all who knew th.
unFHm mini u i 111. t ' 1
Thl la not our home : we lodge here but for a night.
Be it our flrt, our chief concern to prepare for tha bra to
Wailuku, March 13th, 1880. I". i
To one accustomed to tba peaceful, otdttrlr Ufa
of theae Ielaoda. ibe stale of aocict la San Wanda.
co aa portrayed la the pre- of that fit looka
ominous of violencu aud bloodshed r long. Tho
utteiancea of luu orator at the aand-lut mrttlflo.
are Retting more and wore told aud lntmperat
At lhe gathering oo timid) . Feb. 20tb, It appak.
era said they were only waiting lor coming wtoU,
when tuejr would bang cilixena who oppom-d Ibem i
und deatroj tueir propeitjr. At another oieetlog
or tbe unemployed at tbe aatid-tota oo Feb 20lb,
tbe chairman said tbut ibe would probably ad
journ aine die ou Saturday. A tvr tbat tba people)
would agiuif in different maimer, and with
aomeiliiti m. ire eflrcuve than ga Irout a rostrum.
Women lake n aclite pn iu tun proceedinaa. and
a Mrs. simiib mude a epeecb. aa lullwwa : Organ,
ize, and piej.aiu lot v, but ia to come. You bun
gl V, tiolllt-ler., ik-eliliiW. WOI llil. BS lUub. 0U bava
been lobbed and must prepare to assert jour
rights with force. We won't work lor 81 per dar.
and you will be a mob uutil you back upyouropin
ions with your migbL I bate a whlta, Chin..n
worse than a yellow one, aud you will be no batter
off until you drive eveiy white and yellow China
man out ol tbia city. If you bare a spark of man
hood you will prepare lor work more effective
than talk. Now is the time to gel ready, for tho 4
hour ia near when you will bare to aesert TOur '
rights with force."
Tbe chairman aaid, J understand tbat aome 'ol
u have got to go. If they start In, this city will ba "
leveled to a mass of tubes and tbe luius flilfd with
roasted bodies in twenty four hours. If any of
these uieu don't like what I Bay, 1 have nothing at !
stake and they cun Gnd me."
At a meeting of one of the Ward Cluba of Work
ingmen, one ot tbe speakers said, ' Law or no law,
the Chinese must go. If ibe Vigilant Committee
of citizens touch a bair ol any workingmaa'a bead,
fur every bair disturbed one hundred and twenty of
these shall bite tbe dusL" Another aaid h hmA
no idea tbe Chinese wnuld tro without fnra
Many lives would be lost, and Chinamen may ba
knee deep in blood. The Mayor may
call lor you in three days. Be ready : get jouT '
company ready, secure guns, or at Ieast.be ready
to use them when placed in your bandi. Tbe Chi
nese must go, add blood will be shed in removing
ihem." Tbe following is the pledge taken and
bigned by Club members : We tbe undersigned.
members of tbe First Branch Club of the Eleventh
Ward, W. P. C, swear thai we will use lore of
arms, or any other means w ithin our reach, to as
sist in driving the Chinese from tbe stale of Califor
nia, and that we will be ready at a moment's no- .
tice to follow our leadera in, tbe prosecution of our
But in tbe face of all this threatening languaft
which would promptly consign the uitereri to
prison in any other country tbe Chronicle of tba
27th says :
Tbe significance of these tnrbulent demonstra
tions is perfectly well understood here. Al tbe East
tbeir importance ia vastly exaggerated. II ere w - '
have no fears of insurrection or ot th Inauguration '
of a reign of terror. We have been too long accus
tomed to tbe terrible rhetoric of tbe sand lota.
The ory of " Hemp I bemp I" baa become familiar
to our ears, we understand wbat It amounts to.
No one is alarmed : no one anticipates another
French revolution in California. Tbe masses ol
tbe people are prosperous and contented. Tba ag
itators are not dangerous, though tbey make a
great deal of noise, and attract far more attention
than tbey are entitled to. Tbe conservative law
abiding element is strong enough to crush out and
stamp into powder the entire disorderly and insur
rectionary element whenever a crisis arrives that
calls for energetio action. Meantime It ia patient
and tolerant, and doea not allow itself to be un
duly disturbed or excited by tbe vaporlngs anu
menaces of a few noisy, mercenary demagogue
and tbeir senseless dupes." ,