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DY E. P. ADAMS.
BY ORDER OF -
Messrs. C. W. Macfarlano & Co.
To cUm Coc.irTus.tX , al Hlesroom,
ON THURSDAY, JULY 1st,
Al 10 e'clock, m., I wiU cfT-r
A Fine Assortment of Goods
cnysiiTKio or . fart as follows ,
t COODl-Pieo Lineo, Table Diawk
Br Cottoo. Cu.mrft. furl, Crimean fchirt.
fork. Jektire, Umbrella, rhawai sod Ribbon.
7tlra, Mapkina, feed Spreads, Ac. e.
CfcQCERIE. Enf!!. Jam. PVckW, Chutney,
. Mustard. Pepper, Chorda t. Bard'ae. Oiwo Pea.
Viul Soap. Wrapping Piper,
C!ran.i Bucket aad Cab. Saocepaas.
' 1 roa Poca. paint Cement.
aiDDLCI AXD BRIDLED,- heatilnf Felt,
Cbaav 01aaaar. Laaapa. Alra. Porter ftad Wloea, 4c.
i.- TERMS AT SALE.
' "St P. ADAM. Auctioneer.
Satire Is hrrrkj rlf ri that fcy the Order f
Theo. H. Davies and H. Schmidt,
Asifnef WUllaa Jr.Bon, a Bankrupt, I shall aU
jY t Jnblic 'Auction
SATURDAyTjULY 17th, 1880,
At 12 e'etcek ouoo. of that day, at my Palesrootn
All that Certain Premises
Situate oo lb Worth et ixiecf No nana street, in Hcna
k,in and the mo a. at Breseut occupied by the said
WUtiaia Jobnaon aa a lamily reaideace. Deeds at expense of !
FOa ITRTilCR P1RTICIL1RS KAQMRE OF
j . E". P. ADAMS. Aaet'r.
Or TUKO. H. DAY1F3 and II. W. fJCUMIDT, Aaigaes.
Et "Eureka" and Ldy Ijiaapwo," a choice lot of
Whole Barley and Oregon Oats,
Aa food.er better, Uan NEW ZKALASD OATS,
I:1CKED BAELEY & MIXED FEED
JUAINC Ai CO.
BOWLER & CO.,
3F JLm l. 1 3NT,
juamental & Stucco Plasterers.
IrtllclAl SUie MewIk Laid,
CeMeatlaK la all It Breach,
i nkltealajt,Calimfalagaad Jabalag
j . Procoptly ai ted .led to.
AVtM Steaai Plp aad Boiler f oTerlir,
Una to in bea manner and by experienced workmeo.
f A W abintyW perform work to car line, we beg to refer the
pablie eeora7 to rwiadencea of Ilia E. Baml O. WUder,
. . . U. II. Bth Keelikotanl and Hon. C. J odd.
it Lear Ordera at aj- Barrow'. Plaqinf Mrll. Fort at.
:Nov Cotnins irL
ESH MILLED HAWAIIAN
For Sale in Quantities to Suit.
m 'IT T3IE HOOLILr STE1M EICE MILL.
J. 4. HOPPER. Proprietor.
IN OTIC K,
oyal Dsikiug 1'owdcr.
A Baking Powder Revealed to be
Vbsol utolyPu i-o
By Ida racrot InTwiiigBllfloa cf the New York and
Brooklyn Boavrda of llcath, and alao com a
1 mmdwj fnr ita
Strentla & Priority I
By the Coltad rllata) Ooreroment Cbamiat, Dr. Molt,
In hia Official Remayt. ' 4
ilo) al Bakiog Powder.
ME ROYAL BAKINC VoWDER
RE CREAM OF TARTAR POWDER,
td from para Ortpe, Cream Tarter, Imported fxeluaiyely
ii powder direct from tha wrna district of France.
Maay Uoaaekeepers labor under the imprcaaloo that
powder la nwhoieaoma! th'a ia true of the adulterated
I eootaiciog Ahua, Terra Alba, etc., which not only make
aeap baking powder, but a Try hurtful one to use.
sO" ROV AL. BAKING PO W DER, wwfch ia
- absolutely pore, coat a Utile aaore per can thaa th dnlterat
cd kinda, bat it to aatuaUy cheaper, because II goe farther,
tf makra better work, and to peitectly wholeaoCBe.
CJ- Do nof buy"baking powJer kae, aa il ia almoat are to
roataia aiua. Ahua produces griping, eooatlpatioa,1ndigea
u, beadach ami dyspepsia; affecla the blood, causa pim
kaoatlM fact, etc.
iI"bsoIiatcly Pure !
T-aOYAL baking powder
N IS ONLY SOLD IN CANS
BY ALL GrROOJSRS.
The) above Baking Powder to gaaranted lo be soperior to
Ihto market, onM on aecaauit of Ita parity w beat adtpted fcr
Mi la 11 Im 11 ' 5' 5
1 10 ITjC Caas.
G. MACFARLANE & CO.
Sfjle Afteitf for the IQtwallan Iland.
JUST RECEIVED !
per Amene. a InTo4c- U
OF TH FAVORITE WUSt(9
Cabinet Green Seal,
' bj Quarte and Finis,
Which the undersigned offers 1o sale at
r Vi ao n ivl 1 e Kate.
Ines are PRKFERRIU) m the Coiled rialea u,
,11 otter brand of Champagnes, ana are
i iAWTT-.r.Ti TO BE SUPERIOR
TO AST IS THI3 MARKET.
yr. UACFARLANE & CO.,
FOR SALE AT AUCTION,
A.11 the Furniture
OF Til C HOUSE.
i nirnnrnnAU iiimc onL
Ai 10 o'clock, A. M.. ai.the
Residence of MR. H. J. NOLTE,
So. SO Alakea street, a'e e mmenriDf with
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE !
Parlor, BVdroom ri Kitch'O Furniture,
1 fine Cottage Piano, In fool or.lrr, and fltool,
1 Elegant Secretary ,1 Hair Cloth Sofa, Hair Cloth Chairs
3 Hair Cloth Kasy Clnir and Kocker, 1 Whatnot,
Mosie Staod. Foot titool, Fictorea. Chandeber, Mirrors,
Curtains, Kor. 1 Kegnlator tif ht-dr Clock,
liat asd Cmbrrlla Eland, Extension Iining Table,
locfe. Marble Top Waabatand. Boma with Mirror,
CheM of Irawera. Waloat and Pine Kedstcads,
Bok Case and Bonk Bland, Korkrra,
One Larg aiid Kl'ganl Brata Bcdstrail.
Lf cf Kili beo Fomitura, GLaia and Crocker "are.
One Florence Sewing Machine in Good
1 Family Carrisee. 1 Two-wheel brake, 2 Carriage Horaes,
1 Saddle flora. 2 Keta of Harnet,
1a. t of Flowr PoU and Handa.
At 12 O'clock, Neon, I Will Sell
Tlie House and Lot,
One lr?e CotUffi?, containing Parlor, Sitting Koom, 3 Bed
rooma. Kitchen and IHninr Kcom; Carriage llcuae and Sta
ble.. 1 f mall Cotug. XT Deed at hm of porrbaar.
For farther partirulara, apply to II. J. NOLTK, on the re-
C. 8. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
ON FRIDAY, : : JULY 2d,
At 10 o'clock, A. M. at Salearoom, will be Bold,
Dry Goods Clothing
Balance of an Inroice of
AtnbT Seta. Pina and Earrings, Necklacea, Biler Bracelets,
Bangles, Belt of Shirt Studi A- 8 eeve Button, Lpcketa,
l'ina ot Mata, Eardinea, McMorray'a Oyatera. Salmon,
Peel, Lanctt Tongue, Clami, J ami. Jars of Raltinx,
I to tea ol Superior Tea, Boxea of Soap,
Tina ol Cracker. Etc , Etc.
And a Variety of other Merchandise.
C. 8. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
RE AL EST ATE
SATURDAY, : : JULY3d,
AU o'clock noon, at EaTea Room,
mj. Tract of Land
Known aa part cf the land called
A. 3VE -A.
Island of Mini, containing 23 Acre.
C. S. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
Postponed JJntil Further Notice.
R E A Ia ESTATE!
gITCATE AT UIL), HAWAII.
IN'PIRSUANCK WITH A POWER OF
Sale contained in certain mortfrae deed dated I5tb day
of February. IS", made between 8 Kifi ol the one part, and
Her. K. BooA of the ether part, and rrconi-d In Liber 51,
paaea 141. li and 143. and auigned to C B. Smith, Mr. C.
8. Bartow la iotructed to ll al Public Auction, at hi Honma
In Honolulu, " . .
All that certain Doom Lot In Tiibonaa, Ililo, tojeiher with
thw Hooaea, Structures, ImproTementa and Appurtenances
Mao, all thorn certain tract and pi reel of land aituated in
Wainaku lnsaid Ililo. deacribed in Royal Patenft Noe. 2505
and l-5:l. together with alt Buildio(C4 and Structure thereon,
.and all eropa of Cane growing thereon, ami all the appur
tenances thereunto brlooglne. Fr farther pirticulara apply
U, RICH'D F. BICKKRTON.
Att'y f r Aignee of Mortgage,
,V.CS -- Or O. 8. BARTOW. Auctioneer.
lrALl'A BLK REAL ESTATE.
C. S. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
FOR SALE. , .
3NE P ATK.NT bOl'BLE WIXCII. WITH
break power, Are , eomplrte. Apply lo
ju!9 C. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
FOR SALE. : .
NK STEERING WHEEL, WITH BAR
J rel. Ac.
A pply to.
U. B. ttitiun, ann r. 3
SUPERIOR CARRIAGE HORSE,
16J hands high, works single or doable tiarneM or unaer
try atyiin imponea oj air. u. vuurj.
A pply to
C. 8. BARTOW, Aucl'r.
Fine Set of Silver Ware !
1 doaen Table Ppoona,
1 doxrn Tea 8poona,
1 Ongar Spoons.
1 DJr of rt.
1 Mu.tard Spoon.
1 Berry Sj'oon, large bantnme pattern,
1 dozen targe Forks,
1 dozen flroall Forks,
1 Fish Knife,
1 Pie Knife,
e I-srrt Kni-s.
... 2 Butter Knives,
1 rup Saille.
1 Gra.ry Sa lle.
Apply to C. 8. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
FOR . SALE.
YK COTT A O E PIANO. A GOOD
C. 8. BARTOW.
THE CXOERSIOXEU BEING ABOUT TO
erect a number of Cottags. with garden land attached,
a abort di.taare from town in Nuuana Valley, corner of
Bcbool atreet, opposite Mr. lUnry WstrhoaM, aUo, on School
atreet, a far aa eppomite Rev. . K. BUhop'a
The rentala wUr be about Twenty.flre Dollars per mouth.
Tenants wlirhave the right cf purefcaje by payment ia Irstatl
aaents for three or five yeara, with a dep-isue of Twenty-fite
per cent . aboald any be sold.
TVc rrquiriug bomea can secure the same by an early ap
plication to the under.iffned. and if not too late, can bare
build "ags ta auit the inlendinr occupants.
jau JUUN riluS. WATERI10C8E.
4 IA. PERSONS. INDEBTED TO THE
2. trORK on Nuuana atrect, known aa the WHITE
III1L SK, lately under the management of 8. L. LKWIS,
will pleare make nmediate payment al the Office of M.
PhilUps A Co . No. 11 Kaahumaout.
All aecoants not pid within Thirty Days, will be pliced
In the handa of cur attorney, who will use rigorous measurrs
to enllrct the unc.
AX If M. rillLLIPg & Kaahomann 3t.
LAND FOR SALE ! .
'111 K l'.DERaION'EI), A S ATTOJi.NET IN
M tmet to- Vim liitletarand. 1- !.. offers for sale, 00 liberal
terma, trace of land in Kemoo. Kamananui. aaid to contain
?tU acres in all: and also a tract in Wahiawa. aaid to contain
194 arrea. all situate m the District of Waialua, Island of
Oaha The Unda in Krmoo were formerly leael 10 John
Silvia and Owen J. Holt. (J-Ulf) CIIAS K. BISHOP.
CROWELL'S "SUPERIOR GINGER BEER!
rWHIE MAM FACTIRER OK XIIIS
1 LICI0LT8 BKVERAUE takes th:a method of Informing
hia frieoda and the public generally, that be baa fitted up ami
opetled ao elrgant Uttie place en IloU'l Street, next door (but
ia Messrs. M-llie ac FUchei'a. for the sale of Superior
GINGr:K fl f. euner oy tn guus, ooiue, or uracn 01
oottlea. Tbe following drlnita, wim many oioera win always
be 00 hand aod ON ICE Ginger Beer. Boda Water, on
draught, or In bottle; the Celebrated Kalakaua or lee Cream
Drink, Belfast Clnger Aie. Milk. Lemonade. Ac. Cigars, Cig
arettes, Tobjceo, etc. When yoa are thirsty, please give tne
a call. Ginger Berr delivered to any part of the city, free of
eoat. for 74 ceota per doien. (my?J3m) J.W.CROWELL,
TO THE PUBLIC!
-- ......... - . W V T f I , .
I - 1.... from r e rrsDCCtalle population of thia won
derful Kingdom in my Encyclopedia Britannic. I bow ven
Into another Oreal Work known a the World.Renowned
illl L8 BCIl8 MAN L AL, adapted lo toe umce, t-mrary
ftn.ineaa Man. and gives loomiuuni
W a" VT T b Great llumorisfs Last Work has just
UeTiark Twain" TRAMP ABROAD. IMMENSE-
LT COaCAL. Apply Ip 1. r --J. ,. R,
" " f lJ k V k I I
twili) Agent for an r irst-t-w " - - -
The Best Revolver in the World!
NICKLE, eiLTER PLATED. GOLD PLATK BARREL,
BEST ENGLISH STEEL,
I Complete for
PICKEBISQ ft CO.
For 5So.ii Francisco
THE FAV0B1TE AMERICAN BARK
ffiD. C. Murray,
UVY .if.:, siaater.
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Port.
For freight or pai ige, apply to.
CASTLE Ac COOKK. Agent.
For San Francisco.
THE Al BRITISH BARK
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Port.
For Freight or Pasa&pe, apply to
jal2 C. BREW EE 4k CO., Agents.
From Honolulu to Hilo Direct
Ck THE Al CLIPPER SCHOONER
Will tl from Hunolnln to IIIlo direct, od will call
tt late rmfdUtc Port on the ret em trip.
For Freight or Pa4ge, apply to the Captain on board or
noriJ T9 .A. FRANK CQ3KE. Agent.
Next Ship from New York Direct
New York & Honolulu Packet Line
AK MESSRS v.
11. rnnsiMt Ac
. i RRO.' 113 Chamber street. New York, will lay on
y2yr Al Clipper Vessel for this port in June, to sail
J M y I .1. Order for this vessel should go as early as pos
sible, to aecure'nol only room, bat before further advance In
price of Goods. Freights low.
aplO 3m CASTLE Ac COOKE, Agenta for Honolulu.
J123 SCHOONER " HONORA !
7 2 Tons Register, in good order and ready for sea. Apply to
marl3 II. HACKFELD & Co., Agents.
TIME-TABLE OF THE
STEAMER ' LltCELIKE,
Tuesday, June 29. b p m... ,
Tuesday, July 6, 5 p m
T.lnr J 11 1 v 13. fi n m
Circuit ol Hawaii
.........Circuit of Hawaii
Circuit ot Hawaii
Circuit of Hawaii
Circuit of Hawaii
, Circuit of Hawaii
Circuit of Hawaii
Tuesday, July 20, 6pm
luesuay, Joiy ii, o p 111 ... - .....
Tuesday, August 3, 6 p m
Tnno.1 . Ancni.t 1 0 6 n m .
Tuesday, August 17, 6 p m
luesuay, August u.sp m
Tuesday, August 31, 5pm ......
T.M.I,. rri . V It n m
. " j , . ... . i f . - - -
Tuesday, September 14,6 p in...
Tuesday, September SI, 6 p m....
t ueanay, Dcpicmuec s, u p iu
No Credit for Passage Money !
We positively decline to open accounts for Passages, and we
particularly call the attention of tbe traveling public to the
necessity of having Baggage and Freight plainly markei ; the
Bteamer will not fee responsible for any unmarked baggage or
lor any Freight or Parcels unless Receipted for.
FREIOHl MONEt DUE ON DEMAND!
In all eases of Freight for parties not tesponslble or un
known, the Freight Money will be required ja advance.
PACKAGES OF LIQUORS AND WINES
MUgT BE PLAINLY MARKED
For the prty whom they are for, or plainly stated in the re
celpt to whom they are consigned. ,
All demands for Damage or Loss, must be made within one
In no way liable for loss or accident to live stock.
XT Hack Drivers, Boy, and such like, will not be allowed
on board the Steamer upon arrival, until after the passengers
have been landed. v
mh8 79 WILDER & CO.
STEAMSHIP COMPANY !
FOR SAIV FRAIVCfSCO.
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
Will leave Honolulu for San Francisco on
or about Monday, July 5.
Foi Sydney,' via Auckland !
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
CITY OF SYDNEY,
ON OR ABOUT MONDAY, JULY 12th
II. HACKFEXD & CO., Agents.
Sssdt far Shipment per Steamer tan stow
be Stated. Free f Charge, in Use Fir-prool
Wirrkonir nrwr I b Steamer Wharf, jal 79
. c. iixi). aoBissoa.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
AT ROBINSON'S WHARF. DEALERS IN
LUMBER and all kimU of BUILDING MATERIALS
PaltU, Oils, Nails, Ac., Ac.
AOKSTd roa BCaoolCRH
.MARY ELLKN, "
II A LEAK ALA,
FAIRY QUKKN, "
CI LAM A,
n2S) Honolulu, Hawalfan Islands. (79
aqf.xt of the FOLLOfrixa coastf.rs t
Kaluna and Gen. Seigel.
FLAG. Ked with White Ball. OFFICE, Corner ol
jalS 79 ' Knuanu and Queen Streets.
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
5, C. KH EWER 6t CO.. AGENTS.
m-TtV Favortritle arrangements can always be made for
, j vJ'm . . a a i. . ... nil Xinmm TCinl IT i.l o
ill il p, Dioragr muu ouimrui vuu'w, -
and other Merchandise to New Bedford, Boston, New York and
other Eastern Port. HT Cash Advaneea made.
. - i-, D D V ur 1? u a ri 1
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO
Merchandise received FJTORAQK FREE and
liberal cash advances made on shipments by this
line. Ja2 79 C. BREWER & CO.
FOR SALE !
PAIRS OF STEERS. 3 AND 4 YEARS OLD
Fmm Tame Milking Stock, by
fcl2 eow tf J. H. WOOD.
VaIUABLE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
By CUA3. T. GCI.ICK, Administrator of the Estate of
VM. L. MOEUONUA, dead.
A Rare Chance for Native Hawaiians.
TuPT (IRDRR OF HON. CIIAS. C HARRIS,
fj date.1 the 25th day of My, ISsO. the Undersigneil wilt
Sell at Public Auction at the door or tbe Government Build
log in Honolulu, . .
ON MONDAY, JUNE 28th, 1880
At II o'clock noon, the following property.
All of the right, title and interest of the late .Wo. L. Moe
honua. in and to a part of the Abupuaa of Pulehunui, on the
bland of Maui.
Tbe premises will be sold in lot of about 500 acre each,
being suitable fjr small farmers, and" they lie cn the fertile
plain of kuuwadjsceot to the flee lands bow planted and
planting with cane by Sir Clans Spreckel.
Further information can be bad and map and diagrama
seen on application to Ca.tle Ac Hatch. Attorney at Law,
or 10 CUAS. T. UlLICK.
Administrator Estate of W. L. Moehnoua.
Honolulu. May 29, 1SS0. J"2? 6t
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 1st day of Feb., 1S50, our prices will be as follows:
Hind-made Shoes (3 00
Heel and Toe Hhoea 3.00
Machine Made Shoes 8 60
t I.-AAC OPERKIRK,
8. M. WHITMAN,
CH A3. B. WILSON.
Honolulu, Jan. 2Sth, 1SS0. i31 tf
PLANTERS' IRON WORKS,
MACHINE SHOP & FOUNDRY,
ALL KISD9 OF
Ciiallng. Made f Order. Machinery Made
and Repaired, by
my15 3ui F. N. BACON, nuo, Hawaii.
Just Received, Ex. "Ceylon,"
Fine Assortment of Oak Plank
For Sale in Lots to Suit,
Ry ALLEN Si. ROBINSON,
E, COOK WEBB, M. D.,
W ATE CHIEF OF STAFF IIOMEOCPA-
IUIC HOSPITAL, Ward's Iiiand. N. T. Office, 0
Fort street. Special attention to diseases of women acd chil
dren. trOfflre Hast re Cn til 10 A. M-, 3 to 4 P. 51.
icy 29 ly qr
Cash Only !
Full Suit to Order, S26.50,
Made from Good, Substantial
All Wool Csissi meres !
A LAKGE ASSORTMENT
i ni:c ii goods
DRESS & BUSINESS WEAR,
AT MODERATE PRICES.
At Low Figures;
LADIES' MOtNG HABtTSt4
H. S. TRECLOAN.
Steam Candy Factory ! !
FRESH HOME MADE
Fruit and Hand Made Creams !
BEST QUALITY OF
Pure Gum Drops
Far Superior to Jthe Imported
ONLY 50 CENTS PER POUND.
RACES at KAHULUI, MAUI,
SATURDAY, JULY 3d, I88O.
COMMITTEE OF M ANAGEMKJJT, James Enderson, II.
G. Tread way and II. B. Ilalra.
SECRETARY. II. B. Hart.
TREASURER. W. F. Motsman.
JCDUE8. F. Sears, J. L. King and Jumes Enderson.
STARTER. Vm. Ooodness.
CLERK OP COl Rs-E. John Morgan.
CLF.KK OF 8CALE8.-Mi.jor M. F Weeks
PATROLK JL'DGES. II. G. Treadway and V. F. Pogur.
DI8TANCK JUDUE3 Chas. Uailey and II. B. Hales.
In Running Races, distance shall be InOne Mile, 45 yards;
in Two Miles, 70 yards.
In TrottiDg Races One Mile, 80 yards; in Two Miles, 120
Rales of the Xe w York Jottf y llab will be strictly
All entries shall be made under a seal, enclosing .he en
trance mcney, and addressed to tb- riecretary, Maliawao, Kast
Maui, berore 6 p. m , Jan. 234, 1S80.
No rider shall be permitted to ride unless dressed in Jockey
MAIDEN PL. ATE. For all horses bred in the' King
dom, and owned in and East ol Wailnku, Mani, from Jan.
1st, 18S0, and that have never run far a Public Purse
Weight, 140 lbs. $10. entrance p p. with $ added. 1
Mite Heats. ,
PLANTERS' PURSE. For all horses bred in the
Kingdom and owned la Maui from Jan. 1st, 1880.
Weights, 140 lbs. $10 entrance p.p. with $ added. 2
T HOTTING PL'RSE. For all horses bred in the
Kingdom to Sulky jt Saddle. Weights, 140 Ih. $10 en
trance p.p. with $ added. 1 Mile Heats.
FL.ASI1 ST A K F.S. For all horses bred in the Kingdom
and owned in East Maui from Jan 1st, 1880, and that
hare uever run for a Public Purse. Catch Weights. $10
entrance p.p with $ added. Haifa Mile.
SP RI NTING.t-A handicap of 200 yards for natives on
ly. $1 entran p.p. with $ added.
The first Race to start at ONE P. Mi SHARP. In
all Racea three bersea ta enter and two to start.
jul2 H. B. II ALES, Secretary.
Mrs. D. B. GRIFFIN
No. 103 Fort Street,
Formerly occupied by the late Mrs. Black, begs to inform the
ladles of Honolulu, and o the adjacent Islands, that
she will constantly keep for sale a splendid
Most Fashionable Assortment
HATS TRIMMED ill the LATEST STYLES,
Executed in the Most Brilliant and Del-
icate Nicety of the Art.
She leaves a standing order with her agents to
Constantly Forward Her by tffe Steamers
Latest and Most
Advanced Styles in the Art
Notwithstanding the extra cost of getting goods to this King
dom, HER CHARGES will be A9 MODERATE aa
those of the milliners of lha Coast.
She Will Also Keep a Select Stock
LADIES' AND CBttOBEN'S
07 Extending moat cordially her thanks to the Ladies ol
Honolulu, and those sojourning here, for their munificent
patrooage on the first daya of her opening, she solicits for the
future their good wishes and a portion of their patronage.
'a ALES LIQC0R9 in the Market, AT CASH PRICE.
r. ni 1- ma
Kal-ikjii-a, by the Grace of Oixl of the Hawaiian Islauda
nhrrras, by Section 517 of the CiTil Code, an ad valorem
duty of ten per cent, may be levied upon all Gold and
Silver Coins imixrted into Our Kingdom. And whereas,
by Section T of an Act approved on the nineteenth day of
September, one thousand eight hundred and seventy -ix,
entitled "An Act to regulate the Currency," it is enacted.
"That there Khali be levied, collected and paid upon all
Bilrer coins imported into thia Kingdom from any conn
try with which We haT not any treaty to the contrary, a
duty of ten per cent, ai valorem. VorioVJ. that the said
Section shall not come into operation tmtil a Proclama
tion to that effect has been issned by Ta, ty and with the
advice and consent of a majority of Onr Frivy Council,
at a duly convened meeting thereof." Sow, We do here
by, in pursuance of the said Act. and by virtue of the
power and authority thereby given to and vested in Ts,
and in exercise and execution thereof, and of every other
power and authority in anywise enabling Cs in this l--half
, and by and with the advice and consent of a major
ity of Our Privy Council, given at a duly convened meet
ing thereof, held on the twenty-sixth day of May instant.
Proclaim that immediately on the publication af this
Our Proclamation the said Section of the sail Act shall
come into effect and operation, and that thereupon the
duty of ten per cent, ad valorem imposed by the said Act
and by Snl-Se-tion 6 of Section 517 of the Civil Code,
shall be Ivvied collected and paid upon all Silver Coiss
imported iut this Kingdom from any country with
which We have nut any Treaty to the contrary.
Given at Honolulu, this twenty-eighth day of May, iu'
the year of our Lord one thousand eiRbt hundred auj
eighty, and in the Seventh year of Our Reign.
By the King : KALAKATJA R.
Edward Pbi ston,
Attorney General. iuy2v
Hos. J. S. Kaasaaxa has this day been appointed an
Agent to grant Marriage Licenses for the district of Ewa
and Waianae, Oalm, vice II. TJ. Mahi, deceased.
Sam'l G. Yildeb, Minister of Interior.
Interior Oflice, June 14th, jel9-3t
Mb. S. Kiso has this day been appointed Pound Master
for the district of Kona Afcau, Hawaii.
Likelike, Governess of Hawaii.
Olhee of the Governess of Hawaii,
Hilo, June 10. 10. Jel9-3t
In accordance with Section 373 of the Civil Code, E.
Freil has been appointed to inspect and try all beams,
weights and measures for the Island of Oahu.
JOHN O. DOMIXI3. Governor of Oahu.
Office of Governor of Oahu, June 22, 1SS0. je-2C
In accordance with Section 373 of the Civil Code, T. W.
Everett has been appointed to inspect and try all beams,
weights and measures, for the districts of Wailnku, Wai
nec, and Makawao, Island of Maui.
JOHN O. D0MINIS, Governor of Maui.
Office of Gove rnor of Oahu. June 22, 1380. je-29-
Lease of Government Land.
' On Wednesday, July 23, 1880, at 12 o'clock noon, at the
front entrance of Aliiolani Hale, will be leased at public
auction for a term of ten years, all that piece of Govern
ment land, situated at Ewa, Island of Oahu, and known
ag Mananaiki, coutaing an area of 65-lOOths acres. Up
set price J50 per annum. Terms, payableemi-anuually
in advance. 8AMX G. WILDER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, June 24, 1880. je-2G-5t
Tenders for Plastering Wanted.
For cement work on the exterior, and plaster work on
the interior of New Palace.
Specifications of the work may be seen at the office of
the Supt. of Public Works, and tenders marked " Tenders
jfor Plastering" may be lodged with the Minister of the
'Interior on or before Monday the 5th day of July next.
The Minister of the Interior does not bind himself to
accept the lowest, or any tender.
Sam'x. G. Wilder, Minister of the Interior.
Interior Department, June I7tu, 1P80.
J. W. Haahf.o, has this day been appointed Comniis-'
sioner of Private Ways and Water Rights for the District
of Ewa and Waianae, Oahu, vice H. U. Mahi, deceased.
SAMX G. WILDER, Minister of Interior.
Interior Office, June 7, 1880. June 12-lm
Hon. R. STinLiso has been appointed Superintendent
of Public Works, his commission to date from April 1st,
1880. SAM'L G. WILDER, Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, May 27, 18S0. June 12-lm
Sale of Lease of Government Land.
On Saturday, July 10th, prox., at the front entrance of
Aliiolani Hale, at 12 o'clock noon, will be sold at public
auction the lease for five years of that tract or pacel of
Government land situated in Hionaa, Kau, Hawaii, the
same being all remainder of the Government lands in
Hionaa, from the edge of the Amau (fern bushes) to the
sea. Upset price, $35 per annum. Terms payable semi
annually in advance. SAM'L. O. WILDER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Department, Honolulu, June 7, 1880. Junc-12-5t.
Sale of Lease of Government Lands.
On Saturday, July 3d prox., at the front entrance of
Aliiolani Hale, at l o'clock noon, will be sold the lease
for 5 years of those tracts or parcels of land situated in
the District of Knu, Island of Hawaii, now leased by
Chung Pen and S. Kaubane, and known as the remainder
of the lands of Niuole and Wnilan belonging to the
t'pset rrice f"5 Per annum. Terms payable semi
annually in advance.
S.ui'l G. Wilder, Minister of the Interior.
Department of Interior, Honolulu, June 1, 1880. . je-5
Therk are lfi Lots belonging to the Government on
Kulaokahua plains, and applications for the purchase of
the same, will be received at this office, under the same
conditions as the former sales.
SAM'L G. WILDER, Minister of Interior.
Interior Department, April 2d, 1880. ap3
The manner in which Cattle are cared for, in the Pens
near Honolulu, while waiting slaughter, is not humane
and must conduce to make such cattle, unhealthy and un
fit for food.
Therefore, tbe Board of Health hereby give notice,
that from this date, proper and humane care must be
given all Cattle intended for slaughter such as proper
Pens, giving shelter from the sun and rain, and sufficient
food and water.
The Board of Health hereby instructs their Agent Jno.
H. Brown, to see that this Order is fully carried out, and
to prosecute nn ler the law regulating the Board of
Health any and all parties who fail to comply with this
Order. Sam'jl G. Wilder.
mar27 President, Board of Health.
Licenses Expiring in June, 1880.
Notice is hereby given that all Licenses must be ap
plied for direct to the Interior Office, and all panies are
cautioned about failing to renew expiring Licenses, and
all Sheriffs and Deputy Sheriffs have instructions to pro
secute withont discretion, any and all parties doing
business without the proper License.
SAM'L G. WILDER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office April 30, 1879.
1 Mrs J H Black. Fort street, Honolulu
1 Apau, Moanalua "
2 Thomas Lack, Fort Street, j "
2 C Wo Chong & Co, Heeia, Koolanpiko "
2 Castle & Cooke, King street, '
0 Manuel Joseph, Liliha street, "
fi 3 W Crowell, Hotel street, "
7 Wong Chong & Co, Mannakea street, "
9 Mrs Honey, Nuuanu street,
12 H 3 Nolte, corner Queen and N'nnanu sts,
14 G J Emmes, Fish Market,
14 J H Bruns, Esplanade, "
. 16 Ging Wo Tong & Co, Mannakea street, "
20 Friedlander Bro, Fort street, " .
22 G W Macfarlane & Co, Queeu street, ", r-
23 Antone Marshal, Beretania street, - ' -2fi
Chock Tong, Nuuanu street, "
1 Wong Kong, Waihee
J Tbos H Paris, Wailnku
3 Ahoe, Hamakualoa
5 J Lima, Kailiula, Alolokai
16 Lnm Sing, Kahului
16 Mossman & Anderson, Makawao
24 K Kauhi, Keaanae, Hana
10 Jas Richardson, Puehuehu, N Eohala
10 Jas Richardson, Kaiopihi
14 S Staines, North Kohala
20 Chung Pen & Co, Waiohinu. Kau
30 Allen & Stackpole, Kawaihae
4 Ahana, Hanapepe
2 Castle 4 Cooke, King street, Honolulu
3 F A Scbaefer & Co, cor Kaahumana and Merchant
13 M S Grinbanm & Co, Queen street, Honolulu
13 E Hoffsehlaeger & Co, cor Fort and Merchant streets,
22 G W Macfarlane & Co, Queen street, Honolulu
23 Lewers & Dickson, Fort street, Honolulu
K3 Cnnha, Union Hotel
22 G VV Macfarlane & Co, Queen atreet, Honolulu '
1 Joaqnim Gracia, Wailutn, Maui
9 Mrs Honey, Nuuanu street, Honolulu
1 Young Hee & Co, Wailnku, Maui
3 A Kaupuiki, Waialua, Oahu
1 Young Hee fc Co, Wailnku, Maui
7 Jas Cook, Hotel street, Honolulu
7 Ho Sam, Kapaan, N Kohala, Hawaii
7 Wong Kong, Waihee, Maui
12 H J Nolte, cor Nuuanu and Queen streets, Honolulu
14 Akainu, Waimea, Hawaii
21 Koki, Waimea. Hawaii '
23 Akima, Wailnku, Maui
23 Awana, Wailnku, Maui
23 AC Con Chee, Kapaa, Kauai
19 Awaua, Makawaa, Maui
A fjjal blow A roostcr'a crowing.
,SP Another junketing trip to-day.
Istare visits the tYty-i.
A base proceeding The ball game between
the Infants and Giants.
f2T Mr. Gibson's resolution to insert S10.000 in
'tbe appropriation bill for artesian wells was favor
ably received and the sum voted.
Jf Sketching is a forte of some of our legisla
tors as well as oratory. Squibs of this sort are dal
ly flying tbout and occasionally "pinned on the or
der of tbe day. Some ate appreciated while others
nrf causus beill.
Sugar-growing is becoming a magnificent suc
cess in Queensland, and has just occasioned the
formation of a settlement on the Johnstone River,
45 miles north of Queensland. Sydney paper.
S? Wrong again, friend Gazette; you could not
have been there; the Sergeant at-Arms adjourned
with the House, and the unruly members did not
receive bis attentions; for, wishing to keep the peace,
be kept out of a row. Discretion is the better part
i- Gf At the regular semi-annual meeting cf the
B jard of Trustees of the Queen's Hospital, the fol
lowing officers were duly elected:
J. H. Paty Treasurer
F. A. Schaefer Secretary
E. P. Adams .. Auditor
Fxecutive Committee: C. R. Bishop, J. H. Paty,
A. J. Cartwright. A. S. Cleghorn, F. A. Schaefer.
Music. The Band will play this
Emma Square, at half-past 4 o'clock,
iag is the programme :
March H urinaria and Brandenburgh ,
Chorus The Day of Judgment ,
Waltz The SyTeus
Polka A Good Kiss
Resignation of a School Principal. Misa R K.
Bingham, for eleveo years connected with Ka
waiahuo Female Seminary and its Principal for
tbe lwt seven years, ha been obliged, becauao
of her precarious health, to resign tbe charge of
tbe school. Tbe Trustees will endeavor to se.
cure a new Principal as soon as possible. They
have postponed tbe opening of tbe new term till
July 15. . -
Spare tiik Dccks. The monlbs of June, July,
and August constitute the breeding season for
our native wild ducks, during which they make
tbeir nesis and batch tueir young in the moun
tains. We are informed tbat numbers of tbe ju
venile sportsmen are iu the babifT of laying in
wait for and shooting tbe parent ducks while go
ing to or returning from tbe feeding grounds.
This should be put a stop to, or else a valuable
game bird will be exterminated.
f Jclt Fourth. So far, we have heard of no pre-
parations for a public celebration of tbe annivers
ary of the Declaration of American Independence.
Americans are in the majority of the foreign popu
lation here, but their patriotism, of late years,
would seem to be on tbe wane, I there to be no
salute, or other public demonstration ? Twenty
years ago, the 4th of July in Honolulu was wont
to be celebrated by all classes with a vim second
to bat of no other holiday in the year.
A correspondent presents a grievance, wbicb. as
it seems to be a real one, we give it publicity. On
Sunday, June 13, the Bteamer Lehua lay at Hono
kaa, Ilawaii, having on board a part loading of
sugar. It had been announced by the master that
she would leave for Honolulu on Monday. Several
persons bound to Honolulu bad made their prepara
tions to take passage by ber and go on board on
Monday morning. The master, however, without
giving any notice, or hoisting bis flag, sailed away
on unaay. ine passengers thusett baa to tramp
all the way overland to Kawaihae, a distance of some
80 odd miles, to find a conveyance to Honolulu. Being
mechanics, they lost two week's time and expenses.
There was no pressing necessity for the steamer leav
ing so suddenly, for the weather was fine.
OF" Among tbe many improvements which are
now being undertaken, the new residence of Hon.
. Chas. H. Judd on Punahou street, possesses many
points wbicb commend it to the notice of projectors
-of building improvements. The house, which is two
and a half stories in height, has the most complete
sanitary arrangements of any built in the city, tbe
rooms being all large and airy and fitted with all the
modern appliances to aid iu the. continuous supply of
pare air. I The plumbing (done by Mr. Frank
O'Brien) has brought to public notice many new
ideas in sanitary plumbing, the most noticeable of
which is the cylinder trap used for the prevention of
sewer gas, eaoh trap being separately connected with
waste to sewer, and having an air ventilator in
such a position as to prevent syphoning; and all the
other attachments are made and finished in a thor
ough manner. Tbe - probable cost of the building
when ready for occupancy will be in tbe neighbor
hood of 25,000.
Chinese Medical Diplomas. Recently the Chi
nese of this city petitioned the Legislature that
physicians of tbeir nationality be permitted to
practice medicine a mo rig t lie in. Tbe request was
a reasonable one. tinder all tbe circumstances.
Tbe petition was referred to a committee who re
ported a bill. This provides tbat licenses to prac
tice mediciue may be issued to Chinese on produc
ing diplomas. Now people who have lived in Chi
na tell us that there is no such thing known there
as a doctor's official diploma. It is also provided
in the proposed bill that if tbe Chinese doctor shall
prescribe for any other than a native of China, he
shall be heavily fined. In San Francisco there are
Chinese doctors who are quite extensively patron
ized by the " Melican man," and we are at a loss
to understand why it should be forbidden here for
any one to avail themselves of tbe possible skill of
one of tbe oldest nations on earth.
Polick Rkfohm. We regret to note tbat the
lieport introduced by tbe Hon. Mr. Gibson,
providing for a commission to examine into tbe
f workings of our police system, for which see sup'
plement of to-day was rejected." Any one who has
lived for any number of years on these Islands,
and whff has had his eyes open, will readily con
cede that the subordinate police of tbe country are,
generully epeakhig a very bad lot." They have
remarkably obscure ideas as to their powers and
duties, and, clothed in a little brief authority are
great tyrants and often brutally treat the ignorant
and submissive of their fellow countrymen. There
should be an established system of instruction for
tbe common police of the country, and none should
be allowed to exercise the functious without hav
ing first passed an examination as to tbe nature of
'the duties he is to perform, together with the re
sponsibilities. But Honolulu Representatives
Drobablv had reasons, hest known to llieniAel ves.
i i j '
fur not wishiqg to disturb thefold. unsavory sys
V'n of country police as it now exists.
Eclipse of the Moon. Early risers on Tuesday
morning last were surprised to observe the moon,
wbicb was at the full, nearly obscured at 4 o'clock,
about an hour before its setting. The Almanac mak.
ers had informed as that the only eclipse visible in
Honolulu this year was that of the can, on January
11th. But there it was, nevertheless, a veritable ec
lipse of the moon, which at the time of oar observ
ation, a few minutes before 4 o'clock, was covered
by about four-fifths of its surface with the shadow of
the earth. Before daylight, the shadow had passed
off, and Luna set in tbe West all unobscured. On
examining the Nautical Almanac for the year pub
lished at Washington by the authority of the Secre
tary of tbe Navy, we find under the head of Eclipses
for 1880, tbat one of the moon, (total) would take
place on Jane 21-22, commencing in Long. 130 10'
East from Greenwich, and Lat. 23 48' South.
Now the position cf Honolula, by observations mado
by tbe Transit of Venus party, is set down as in
Long. 157 43' West, and Lat. 21 17 27"
South. Can any of our astronomically learned
friends explain ?
Tax Amendments. The Attorney General has a
bill before the Assembly entitled " An Act to
amend and consolidate tbe law relating to tax
ation." The proposed amendments to existing
laws are in substance as follows : Tbe road tax
of two dollars to be paid by all males between
tbe ages of 17 and CO yeara : a special tax on
real property, for tbe benefit ot toads (amount
not stated); Fire. Mat ine and Life Insurance Corfl
panies to pay 1 for every $100 of premiums
received during the year previous to assessment;
the property of a company to be assessed under
its corporate or Grin name, and individual Stock
holders not to be assessed for their shares ; mort
gagors to be liable to taxation only on tbe dif
ference between the whole value of tbe property
mortgaged and tbe amount of tbe money due on
the mortgage ; the interest of every person in any
property to be separately assessed (except in cor
porations) and every person be liable to taxation
according to tbe value of his interest In suoh pro
perty ; provision is made for an inspector of
assessments ; the duties of assessors and of per
sons liable to taxation, as to returns are prescrib
ed ; the tax lists to be open for inspection at
stated times, by tax payers ; exemptions or re.
ductions claimed lo be referred to tbe inspector
of assessments. These are the principal new fea
tures of tbe bill, wbicb however it is not likely
will be passed in time to prevent a repetition
I this year of the grievance of double taxation.
sent cf candy i ui .
C ? The Lcfrislatur adlou. X yeaterday until U
o'clock on Monday morning.
f Jennie, is a good rerreaeutativa Walker, 343 tuile
direct in 14 daya is a good recordby Redncbi.,
r Buah th jrrocer brought the frog and bad the
H art to introduce them. Ctia-chunk.
t The Lady Lampson will be the neat 4partnra for
San Francisco. Wa hop Martn will tuaie a goul
mr Kft. Vr. John Hemphill, tho California divln.
will preach In Fort Street t hnrch, at tb morning aervcs
on Sunday (to-morrow) (he 27th int.
The German Treaty recently ratified, will ba
found in full In our bupplement, and alo full report of
T Salute, when tbe wind ia frum tb Southward, fi
serve to nil the city with sulphurous exhalation which
are not any way detrimental to the sanitary meaacre for
the benefit of the public health, especially Van w don't
have to pay for it.
T We are too tudependent to payJO per cent, duty on
Mexican silver. o just rhi) it to tua plac from
whence it came. We do not wuh to make a profit on tt,
we only intend it for legitimate bualneM purpoaea. Cer
tainly. f The Missionary packet Jfcrrn' Mr, sailed for
Micronesia on Monday, taking the following miuloGiMe)
for the Gilbert lalaod : Kev. XI r. Taylor, wifa and child -Rev.
Mr. Walkup and wife; and Rev. Mr. Kahra (Hawaii
an!. The usual religious nervier wrr held tn tbe wharf
previous to sailing.
Coscmt Skxt Wtra. Miss Anui Montagu, ho
notwithstanding the fame aha has achieved as a H tweet
singer " in other countries, - atlll claim aa belonging to
will give concert on Iday evening neit ai atawat. '
abao Church. She wilt be aatmord by U fland urt.ier
the able leadership of Uerger, aud alao by tha Honolula
C-2T Tha Young Men's Christian Association, hava ap.
pointed a commute to prepare and circulate for airu.
ture among the owner, manager, and agenta of tha
various sugar and rice plantations, petitions to be pre
sented to the King urging the continuance of the prvttmt
policy of prohibitive legislation agaluat liquor and
aXr" Mr. President -The " glorious 4th " ia ni4 far rtla.
taut, but the probabilitlea of an arpropriafe ceUbraaon
under the auspiceaof the projietauihorlUea leasHlarued"
sight more removed. Mr. American Lagle, spread your
wing, screech for a yacht race, a running race, a baa ball
match, or do something to remember old K. I'lnrltMi.
A MEUUT CC8SJ. ..
Mlaoxio. Hawallau Lodge, No. 21, T. and A. it..
met on Thursday evening to celebrate rlt. John's l.ay.
They provided a banquet sufficient for all the rre.
masona in Honolulu, but forty-nv only pnt In an ap
pearance. The nsual Masonic toasts were, proposed a,x
responded to, and a truly Mason lo glee company contri
buted to the harmony of the eveuig. AV. M.'. Mackin
tosh, presided throughout.
Laundries A bill by the Minister of tie Interior
places all laundrlea under the supervision of tb board
of Health: provides for the erection on tbe river bank,
between the King Street and Smith's bridges, of nolform.
ly constructed watb-houaes, to be let to lauudrymen, who
are to be finable for carrying on the business In any other
locality. By this plan, all the soap tuda and dirty water
will be carried off by the tldea.
Tine Steamship Scbsidt. Tbe Aaemblv baa pasted
the item in the appropriation bill, " For Foreign htram.
ahlp Lines, t4,0oo," after an explanation by th Minister
of the Interior to the effect that the subsidy would not
neceasarily be paid to the raoino Mail Mue. He Intl.
mated that there waa a probability that th Australian
Colonle would aoon atop paying subsidies to tbat line,
in which case the boat would be withdrawn. Ia th
meantime h hoped that In the course of a year w ahonld
have a Hue of ateamera of our own betweeu Honolulu
and San Franciaco, .
Naval. On Mouday lawt arrive Hia Imperial German
Majcsty'a Corvette, the tVrya, after paasageof 5t1ya
from Fauama. She will make a stay here of from elaht
to ten days, and will then sail for Hongkong.- Thensaal
salutes were exchanged between the ahlp and the ahor
ou th day of bor arrival, and yesterday 111a Ms testy
and suite paid a visit to this Aue specimen of naval t.
architecture, and waa received with Royal honor. Mb.'
baa a crew of urn men, and cairlH 15-centlmetr gun.
She is of 2.000 tona burthen, with flush deck. Tb foU
lowing ia a correct list of her officer :
Commander and Corvette Captain von Hipped.
Captarn-LleutenaiiU von Lepel-tineltx, Hchloepko.
Lieutenant Fllchteuhtefer, Wallls JaFoAiaeca-Woti.
Sub-Lieutenauts Hobein, Rollmann, Meyer.
Staff Burgeon Dr. Leonhardt. ,
I. O. O. F. At a regular meeting or Poly,
nesia Kucampmeut No. 1, June 18th. the following
officers were elected for tbe ensuing term.
C P Geo Williams, 1 C P i
8 W WE Foster
H P Robt Lewers, POP "
Treasurer R W Lain. P O P, re-elect J
, Scribe, J B Smithies, re-elected.
Installation July 2nd.
Display of a. Luxury. The mil. tar- parade
at the Plains, on the altornoon of the 19th inst.,
was another exhibition of tho non-ability of the
militia to perform the evolutions or military
tactics without making grave and ludicrous
errors; ia fact, the parade from oommenccmerit
to end was a huge farce, nnd tieoutingly only in
tended to amuso and not to instruct. The wheel
ings and formations into fours, company front :
and line, were all Illustrations of bow crookod a
supposed straight line could become. The right
about, or march to tho roar," was practised to
6uch an extent as to uiuko it supposahle thai
that evolution will tie the wont in use when in
active service. Tho skirmishers became a truly
dangerous element, soiuo tf I hem in their excite
ment dropping the ramrods in the gun-barrels
and allowing them to remain there while load
ing. Tho introduction of the ancient Hawaiian
military tactics afforded more amusement, ant)
possibly more instruction.
Roads in Hibo. W? have received a communi
cation from tbe Ko.id .Supervisor of the district of
Ililo, which being rather lengthy, we have con
densed. The writer replies to uii utlicle Ia the
Gattlte of May 19 on the subject of mads. I la
says that while fher Ull.j roads are not of the bt,
they ure in a bettor condition than for many yars,
and compliments tho tnuiiiueis ol the Kaupaknea
and Mukalaii plantations for tbeir enterprise) In
niakine roads and bridges in their liumediat
neighborhood, although then are ' mud eratr "
under the flumes, lie miy ttlM project ol cutting a
canal from tbe Wui.ikea M Hi.t Waiolain stream,
will result the latter ruuninflf into the former,
closing the itinitb of th.- Waiidama on the beach,
which would Ueu direct r..l ln.ui Hilo to Wal
akea. where t!.. u- is a wb.n l. utoreln.urj, Ac. He
defends lii v. m ..I roitilmnking "Hacked by the
Uazdtc. by litiuinjr on a torrent " ol water, aa)
says ii Iij.I ihu 4. tir -1 Ht'eci of striking a bod ol
rotten suine gravel ll f.-et below the surface.
The r'.iil will be about 18 feel wide before the
pubU.- mi. ititiie.1 to travel on it, and of such a
gra.li a to enable tbe bringing of material from
oue end i f tin Mj-calleil ditch to the other to repair
the old road.
Base Ball.-- The third game of bate ball between
the Liliputiana and Brobdigtiagians was played on
the grounds (atiliied by bare ball clubs and awk
ward so, a ads of militiamen for displaying their abil
ities), situated on Kalaokahua Plains, on last Satur
day afternoon, resulting in a victory fr.r the Giant
by a score of 9 to 5, in a six Inuing game. The
Infants made a strong effort to wrest a victory
from their more weighty adversaries and they da
serve credit for the improvement shown in tbe
field play of the bine, since the farmer game, bat
while Whitney and tiheldon remain as pilober and
catcher of their opponents they can hardly hops to .
escape goose .eggs. Both sides displayed a nerve '
and courage under the repeated attacks of the mili
tary which could not but commend them most favor
ably to the Legislators assembled, and it-Is probable
that if movements were inaugurated, do difficulty
would be found in obtaining an appropriation for
the benefit of the player. Following ia an offlolal
Castle, 1st b
Welsh, s a
Oat. I f
Kinney, 8.1 b....
Rosa. 2d b
bong, e f. .......
4 0 3 Itoyd, If
4 1 1 : Wodehouse, cAlb
3 1 1C Baldwin, lb
3 0 0 II Frear. r f p
3 0 1 Comly. p r f. .
3 0 1 M Baldwin, 2 ..
3 0 l.Uica.. as
4 0 1 Jon1, S b.... ...
4 0 0 W Frear, c f
Circuit Court of the 2nd Judicial Circuit. -
Holden at Wallukn on Thursday, 8rd day of Jane, A. D. "
1880. McCnlly, J. presiding;. Hon. Abraham Foniander,
associate; Cecil Brown, Kj. Deputy Attorney Oeneral.
HAWAIIAN JUBT C'lilMlaAL CASE. ' ,
The King vs. Kaahae (k). Houae breaking and larceny.
Pleaded not guilty. Verdict not guilty. Kalua for de
fendant.. The B g v. Kamaka (k). Forgery Plea, not guilty.
Verdict nilty. (sentenced to a years' Imprisonment at
bard lal and a fine of $10. Kalua for defendant.
The F '-(Tv. Ululhl (w). Furnishing spirits to native
Plea, not guilty.- Verdict, not guilty, Kalua for de
fendant. The King v. Joan Kahoopil fk). Housebreaking. .
Plea, not guilty. Verdict, not trailty. Kalua for defend- '
The King vs. Keoni Aiko. Murder. Transferred to
the Supreme Court of Honolulu, to be tried at tb next
The King vs. Sew Yin. Having opium in posse.
aion-Yerdict, not guilty. Kalua fur defendant.
Tbe King vs. Ah Ko. Helling spirits withont license,
Verdict guilty. Sentenced to pay a fine of $500.
The King va. C. O. Bennett. Selling spirituous liquor.
Verdict of guilty. Sentenced to pay a fine of $500, and 10
daya Imprisonment. ,
HAWAiiAit-civil c a cars.
Aluihi (w) and Koalil fk) vs. Geo. Kaauwal. Iectment.
Jury waived, case heard and under consideration. C
Brown for defendant.
Kanaauauwa (k and others Kahalebau (k). Elect-'
ment. Verdict for plaintiff. aaIus for Plaintiff. J
Kaia (k) va. Kamaile (w). Ejectment. Verdict for -Vg
fendanta, verdict aet aside by the Court, and judgmtJ
entered for the plaintiff turn vlrtantt vrrrdicto. Exeentioj4
taken. S. B. Dolt for plaintiff, Kahaulelio aui HolokahlJ
-, . Miltui era Tsiala l n1 IT. Willi IV
ment, L. A. Thurston for plaintiff. Kalua for defend!
ant. Verdict for plaintiff and f 25 damage.
Haiku Sugar Co. va. Kealoua (k). Assumpsit. L. Al
Thurston for plaintiffs. NahaVn for defendant. NoiJ,
suit. . y
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