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3V E. P. ADAMS.
limbic Real Estate
!er o BA5SISO, Esq, I win offer at Public
SATURDAY, AUGUST 7,
Al 12 o'clock noon, at my Sal" Roon,
hat Valuable Property
Street, t the head of Richard. S'wt, b;loo?
Tc. C. Armstroof, nd known a the "STONE
j, Xbe lot contains ma area of aboat one aod a naif
ad ha upon it a laxf and eommodicc
in Story Dwelling House,
( cnl, with booms fcr Servaata, Carriafe Hooae aod
4 Tbe piac to aJa wa pUnted with
Fruit and Ornamental Trees,
rrory recoct a vry dsrable reaUeaca.
-fa-iuoribs o ta puchaa money nay remain oo
at nodorat bureau -A-tr;-r
ruclrs, or eraratnatma of pretai,
, . p. ADAMS, A.r.
, "TTTON SALE
5 T i 1 1 DAY,
. i ' , M my taieat'. ,
I II. W- Almy &. Starlight,
FKOM RAS nUXCISCO,
. P. ADAMS, Anct'r.
.WEDNESDAY, AUG. 11th,
At Id A. M, l SWroom,
rder of lleurs. H. Hackfeld & Co.,
' WILL BC SOLD
A CREDIT TO THE TRADE,
-riots. White aod Blue CoCloo. Blue Drill. Ticking.
qa.Uo Matting, QnllUsg, Orenadine.
Linen. Victoria Lawn, Brown noIlandXSileaia. Bedford
-J. Tweed. Boekakioa. Caaaiaaere. Bloe Flannel ,
Vrrvaa fun C-Mthmmrrm Bilk Pnntlnl. Crane
re, 8.1k foulard. Woolen 8 haw la, Unbrellaa. docks.
ckUca, Tnreao, Linen uaadiercoieta, laraey
-.... ;iv D IKtwwi. fcl,-ta If .tm Cnttrui mlwl t-inett
. Charcoal Irooa, Table Cor era, Fancy Feaihera
s -1 turners,
S j- Books. Comb, Labia' Extract. Philocome, Hair
i, Ik 3 p. Looking Glajxi. Vienna Chair.
Xiii frt, Gunny Bar. Manila Rope, Tarred Rope. Playing
CM. Wrapping Paper, Trunk,
T.i ll.Oli OIL Condensed Milk, Teaat Powder. Batter,
-Js. rrrocii Bras, vunijoaas, vmiuuc,
I Bock, Rain Wine. Alcohol, Bom, Brandy.
Oir. nt, Blacksmith' CoaL line Clay, Door, Empty Barrels,
X. P. ADAM?, Anctr.
CI! SATURDAY, AUGUST 14,
At 12 o'efack, noon, at galea room, will be aold,
73 I; jhorns, Poland i,
And other Good Laying Hens,
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
Ilrjiufacturing Property !
On Lililia Street, Honolulu,
TH2 MATCH FACTORY I
I Have re-wivrd instruction from Mr. Vehling l offer at
. Public Auction,
OH SATURDAY, AUGUST. 21st,
W al Ll f luxaxi w a. w
WITH ALL TUB
MACHINERY AND MATERIAL,
Af well as the unexpired Term of Lease.
Tka Prosveriy la m anayiais alcwatvaia
Ids its product bruit reguUr and ioereaMng rrry year.
It prasoct an n.oal opportunity f-r a pra with a small
capital raw into a well eatablUhed and aaccestfal baaioess.
srberw with ressnasble energy oo may be sure of a handsnme
ineosae. T& boaincs haa been eUbliahel ovr tbrer
nara. The wMhlnery la all "rt diss and to perfect order.
' ua Mifijeient material on haml t carry on the manufacture
. fbr sons Usne-
Xvt atan eooaiWable pr power which could be
- atiijl i a profitable manner. The capacity of the Factory Is
0E tftJNDRED GROSS OF CARD,
And Block Matches Daily.
Mr. Tehling will glv the purchaser aD nee-aaary Inotraction
to cmrry on We buine. A eotnplrt Inventory of th pro
perty a b een at ay cOlrr, or by calling oo Mr. Vehling at
Factor,. LiUhaaueet. p A DA MS.
H-i aia, June 35, 1S. U3 St J Queen ir'et.
TICTICE OF HALE.
ORDER OF REED A. fISSON. Mrt
j fjwol a mortgaee ded from J. Costa, of Hilo, lal
Tot . iwaii. datea th. 17th day of JlarchA. D. 1S70. and
reenrue" la th Hawaiian Registry of Deed in Liber 60,
f . 1 J. 14 and 115, I ehaD seUal Public Auctjoo,fora
s 3i or la eoon oo m
Z ATURDAY, the 2 1st of August.
! tU. a 1J 'clock Boon at my Salesroom, la HonoiuM. a eer
iroo, (he Hawaiian Government to 8. Rip, nomber
lx f rr7-.JTrw.m-.i ud d.iaJ th lTth of Feb-
1 179. a1 assigoeu - " V. -IT- .V
U , 17' Th lan-i leasea iaeo j .V
oa't. 44 Waito. in Uilo, nd UxrtoW an are of 2j-
t rna of th ieaa i lea years Irom th17th February.
; . Zat $J0 year, payable annnally la advaneet taxe.
pa J sy b sa"l buildings U be reasoved by lessee at the ter-
-; oa of lb lea. Aim.
; SilUlK Bolllif Uotse, with Pckl
Room an.1 OoV. Trash Uouae, Dminf Rocm. Cook
- ,Hwtor whit Laborers, Hoo.. for aativ Laborers,
, capacity fcr fty men
Z-inx 21il Engine and Attachment,
- vckT Bngtoe, 4 Centrifugals. Sorghaas Pa, Coolers. Clarf
. J w OA -very thing renunuw fcr th manniarture of
all aitaafd apoa th said leased premise.
j , Wr panr. apply . B. DOLR, Attorney for
r J Mortgagees, or k. p. ADAMS. A etr.
House and Lot at Palama
1 ' AT AUCTION,
V T. K CLARK. Kq I am instmcud losell at
Oi SATURDAY, AUGUST 21st
At 12 o'clock, noon, at Salesroom,
v iat Certain House and Lot,
IUIanIn ta Mr. Clark,
..iniTiir an area of 144-100 Acres.
aarticalarty deacrtbea in otb. ' '
EJSTC Tneartr new. and contain n PartorTwo
bathroom Sewing Room. Store Room, and in eon
boIdS, la the Kh Pantry. Dining
taCtodid75' located in a mo healthy jdace, and
' -trwTwttertsd by well and wlndmilL
; i thorougniy warr- , a. p. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
3ale of Real Estate.
.r nnnrR. OF W. H- REED AND J.
WKoMAXANI. Admin Wratoes of th. ateof
J bufof HUO. Hawaii, deeeaaed, and purunlto be
r irih-nonuF A. Lymaa Circuit Jndgeof the
; c!KSii U, day ol September. 1870.
1 sffrr fcr sale
i j Saturday, August 2 1 st, 1 880
! I o'clock ooon, at my Balsaroom. la Hooolala, Ih. Wlow-
ands sitnat la Hilo, Island of Uawad:
Pau, (rrantj. &Z ZZO.To
: ; do No. IOTA are 9.40, do No. MJJjjT.
g I. area Si do No. 10W, situate is M(Auboous,sja 374.
, WO, area 50-, do Wo. SC, are. .84; o
" So. 20. sUaate la Balepoaa,VArea 14.06; total acres,
JAbout fifty acre of the above lands are planted with
rferitparTiular. apply to S. B, POLE, Attorney fcr
mimrators, e p ADAM3, Aactioneer.
imOll SALE OF LANDS
la South KOPA, helocglDg to th Clark's Estate,
J SATURDAY, AUGUST 21st,
1 'clock VI, at falesaroom, I .will effr at public auction
ho Land or Kjafrilro
la 8oath Knna, Hawaii,
AMi .a aea a' Bisrt .o ?
land raam tnm ta beach I a p-t. a abet oUa
j aaove the Ooreraaaent road. It U -a4 with a aab
.kal auMMall. and at forth'f aublivided .n o i ww I aria,
mfwhiahars aadr caltivatioa with CoCai l"-r,
Ji.rd aing i I tor psstarag f Cattle.
.Uperf'ct. -Vrim at expta of purchaa-
fc. P. ADAM . AarTr.
BY C, S. BARTOW.
Real Estate at Auction,
SATURDAY, : : : AUGUST 7th,
At 12 M-, at Batesroom, will be told,
LOT OF LAND
Off Liliha itreet. aod frootine on the road leading to the In
sane Asyhun. suitable for boilding porpoaea, aod lufficiently
large lor two nooae lou. un una land are aboat
300 Banana Troos,
many of them now beariag. Deeds at expense oi parchaser.
ror farther particulars, apply to Capt. Ctnney, or
C. 8. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
At 10 o'clock, A. M-, will be sold,
THE rsriL VARIED ASSORTS EST OF
Dry Goods, Clothing
Just ReceIvedFresh Groceries
Tins of Sardines, Lobsters, Clam. McMnrrsy'
Oysters 1 aod 2 lbs, Lancb Toogae, French Peas in
BattT, Kegs of fine Batter, Boxes ol Soap,
Boxes of Candles, Boxes of Saperior Tea, Ac, Ac.
C. 8. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
SALE OF MORTGAGED PROPERTY,
Notice or Foreclosure f Mortgage.
VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT PUR
11 soant to a power of sale contained in a certain mortgage
dated the 7th day of October, 1879, made and ezecnted by
Isaac Y. Saris and C K. Davis, his wife, to Frank Spencer,
and of record In the office of the Registrar or Conveyances,
Honotota, in Liber 47 on pages 124, 115 and llflof miscellane
ous records, for the porpoae of securing the sum of fire hun
dred and City dollars, with inlerrst, aod for a breach or me
conditions of ssid mortgsge ded, I will sell at public auction,
at the Auction Room of C. 8. Bartow, at the hoar of 12 noon.
Or WEDNESDAY, the 1st dij of Septemfcer, 1880,
all and Singular the real estate in laid mortgage dMd dr3l!"
ed, on account of the breach of said condition. The
Real Estate described in said mortgage deed and intended
to be sold, consists of one undivided tenth part ol the Ahapaaa
of Waikaioa, aituated at Waimea. Sooth Kohala, Island of Ha
waii, said Ahapaaa containing an area of 95.000 acres, aod
fell, described in Royal Patent No. 61, yG. pEB
By W. C. J0.U..- BAKTOW.AncUoneer.
Honolulu, June 26.h, 1&S0. JT24
Postponed Until Further Notice.
It A Li ES TATE!
SITUATE AT HIL'J, HAWAII.
IN PURSUANCE WITH AJFJ
Male contained in a certain mortgage deed dated 15th day
of February. 1879, made between 8. Kipl ol the ooe part, and
Rer. K. Bond of the other part, and recorded in Lber 64,
pair, 141. 142 and 143, and aaaigned to C. R. Smith, Mr. t.
8. Bartow is instructed to tell at Public Auction, at bis Rooms
in Uooolula. ... . ...
AU thai certain House Lot in Piibonua, Ililo, together with
the Uooaea, Strncturea, Improvement and Appurtenances
therewith belooglDg. . , ,
Also, an thoae certain tracu and parcels of land situated in
W ainaka in said Ililo. described in Royal Patents No. 2505
and 1553, together with ill Building and Structures thereon,
and all crops of Cane growing thereon, and aU tha appur
tenances thereunto beHoring. For farther particulars apply
to RICH'D F. B1CKERTON,
AU'y for Aasixnee of Mortgage,
feb2S Or C. 8. BARTOW. Auctioneer.
17ALUABLE REAL, ESTATE.
C. 8. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
ONE PATENT DOUBLE W INCH. WITH
break power, Ac, complete. Apply to
ja!9 C. 8. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
ONE STEERING WHEEL, WITH BAR
reL Ac Apply to.
jul9 C. 8. BARTOW, Auct'r.
Fine Set of Silver Ware !
Mow on exhibition at Palevroom of C. 8. Bartow, will
be SOLD LOW. If not soon dikpoani of,
will be Withdrawn,
1 doxn Table Spoons,
1 doxen Tea Fpoons,
1 Pagsr Spoon.
1 psir of Sarts,
1 Matrd Spoon,
1 Berry aioon, large handsome pattern,
1 dozea Large Forks.
I tlozen Small Forks,
1 Fish Knife.
1 Pi Knit-,
0 IVsVrt Knives.
2 Butler Knivrs,
I 1 Soup Ladle,
I 1 Gravy Ladle.
; Apply to C. 4. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
rT" rNE COTTAGE HI 4NO, A GOOD
rCT't'n lone.1 inatrument.
C. 8. BAKTOW.
DEPARTMENT OF 1NTKRIOK, HONOLULU.
Be II KrmrnWrrd thai I he 25lh Day
of May. A. O. 1H0, UEObOK BuWfER of Honolulu.
laUml ol itahu, in accordance with Section 3 of an Act To
enrourags learoiog in thia Ringiom, by securing the Copies
of Chans and Bonks to the authors and Proprietors of such
Copte. approved on the 31st of December, A. D. 1804. has
depnaiied in thia Office the title of his Book.
Bowers Illustrated Atlas of the Islands of Oaha, Maui,
Hawaii. Molokat. Kauai aod Laoai. with views of the princi
ple Towns. Public Buildings. Residences, Plantations, Ac,
Ac, Ac The rrhts of which be claims as Owner and Pro
prietor. lo testimony whereof I hare hereunto set my hand aod
caosril the seal ol the Interior Department to be
aavM at Uooolula, ibis 25th nay of May,
A. D. 1W0.
SAM'L o. wilder,
my29 3m Minister of Interior.
OWING TO THE PRESENT HIGH PRICES
f materials in our line, we, the undersigned, have been
compelled to raise the pric for horsesboelog. On and after
me is omj oi sen., ivtu, -ur prices will ne aa follows:
Heel and Toe rthnes
3. M. WHITMtN,
CH&3. B. WILSON.
Honolulu, Jan. 28th, IS80
raitlE UNDERSIGNED WILL BE pleased
m to meet any of his fnends, requiring good clothing, at
the corner of Fort aud Hotel street; having connected him
self with H. 8. TR tG LO AN.
, CP. BARRAK.
"J2 11 Late cot if r lor 8. Roth.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
A LARGE BUILDING LOT ON KITANU
alley Roal. silar.Ul between the residences of J. O.
Carter and Capt Mrlntre. rrading from the road to be
yood Paona rivrr. and eomprisin an arra of about 31 acres, in
elotlmir sereral laro patches. Title, Fee Simple.
For particulars apply to
H. W. 8CHMIDT.
fs,,E INTEREST OP MRS. J. P. COOKE
m the Him of Ca.tle Ac Cke. ceaad on the lat day of
April nit., aod all drbia due to the firm will be paid to the
aodenimed. who will also settle ail claims against the firm.
The business will be continued as heretofore at the old aland,
ondrr the old firm name of CA.-TLK A COOKE.
They take this opportunity to thank their patrons for past
favor, and to say that aU business entrusted lo their rare will
iwr piuujuj uu latioiuiiy aiienaea to.
LL PERSONS. IXIlFBTPn rn tup
iS.SJ;?.R . -Nono street, known as the WHITE
V-. nnaer the manarement of B. L. LKWI8.
W''' fVemlr 'fnil'ate payment at the Office of M.
Phillip A Co., No. 11 EaahamanuSC
All accounts not paid within Thirty Days, will be placed
""TJk oar Uorny- "ill ae rigorous measarr
to collect tot sune. ,
a27tf M. PHILLIPS A Co.. 11 Kaahumanu 8t.
PLANTERS' IRON "WORKS,
MACHINE SHOP & FOUNDRY,
ALL KINDS OF
i Ctiiag Made Order. Machlaery Made
aad Rewalrrd. hj
Bjlitoa F. S. BACON, Hilo, Hawaii.
Fisher's Champagne Cider.
Sneaks fr Itself,
TI,i,.kBEVERaOE so WELL, KNOWN
. ejmmunlty, can always be found ON ICE at
Jb,Wr'k 61, King street, near the Bethel Church.
Call in daring the hot weather and cool yourselves.
FjlT ly 3m
W EON DEJEAN TAKES PLEASURE IN
B-J announcing to his friends and patrons that he will Re
Saturday, ; : August 7th, 1880.
PRIVATK P4R:1UiU f AMILI E8 have her an opa r
tamty lo lnrt., o. -her TKEMCI1 DI.NNk.Rs, as the
labtewiilaw - pAir at -U I : f,.-a with the !n-t th mt'trt
a'ud.a, anil fa - .4 be ulr air. l,-u't imai ";
i3TJrr jjll lm
FOR SAJ FRANCISCO.
The Fine American Brig,
W XI. Meyer,
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Fort.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
JylO C. BREWER tc. CO., Agents.
C. BREWER & CO.'S
BOSTON LINE OF PACKETS,
THE A 1 BARK
Will Leave Boston for Honolulu Direct,
on or about 15th of November next.
For farther parties lirs apply to
C. BREWER A- CO.
From Honolulu to Hilo Direct
THE Al CLIPPER SCHOONER
Will sail from Hooolili to Hilo direct, aad will call
at Intermediate Porta oa the retara trip.
For Freight or Passage, apply to th Captain on board or
ooraTJ A. FRANK COOKE, Agent.
Next Ship from New York Direct
New York & Honolulu Packet Line
MESSRS YV. EI. GROSSMAN At
BRO.. US Chamber street. New York, will lay on
Al Clipper Vessel fbr this port in Jane, to tail
j aiy 1 al. Orders for this vessel should go as early as pos
sible, to secure' not only room, bat before farther advance in
prices of Goods. Freights low.
aplO 8m CASTLE 4c COOKE, A genu fbr Honolulu.
SCHOONER " HONORA !
7 2 Tons Register, in good order and ready for sea. Apply to
mar!3 . II. HACKFELD A Co., Agents.
TIME-TABLE OF THE
STEAL! EH ' LIKELIl'vE,'
KING. : : t t MASTER.
Tuesday, August 10, 6 p m Circuit of Hawaii
Tuesday, Augast 17, 6 p m Hilo
Tnesdsv. Ausust 24. 6 d m Circuit of Hawaii
i uesaar. auw oi. onm. ....... .............
....... ti uo
Tuesday, September 7, 6 p m .....vtrcuit oi uawau
Tuesday, September 14, 6 p m....r .Hilo
Tuesday, September 21, 6 p m Circuit of Hawaii
Tuesnay, September 28, 0 p m Hilo
No Credit for Passage Money !
We positively decline to open accounts for Passages, and we
particularly call the attention of th traveling public to the
necessity of having Baggage and Freight plainly market; the
Steamer will not be responsible for any unmarked baggage or
for any Freight or Parcels unless Receipted far.
FREIGHT MONET DUE ON DEMAND!
In all cases of Freight for parties not tesponslble or nn
known, tbe Freight Money will be required In advance.
PACKAGES OP LIQUORS AND WINES
MUST BE PLAINLY MARKED
For the psrty whom they are for, or plainly stated in the re
ceipt to whom they are consigned.
All demands for Damage or Loss, mast be made within one
In no way liable for loss or accident to Uve stock.
(CT Hack Drivers, Boys, and such like, will not be allowed
on board the Steamer upon arrival, until after the passengers
have been landed.
mh8 79 WILDER dt CO.
STEAMSHIP COMPANY !
FOR SA1V FRANCISCO
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
Will leave Honolulu for San Francisco on
or about Monday, Aug. 30.
For Sydney, via Auckland !
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
ON OR ABOUT SATURDAY, AUG. 7th
H. HACKFELD A CO., Agents.
G.od far Shipment per Steamer tan uaw
le Si.sed. Free or Charge, in lite Fire-prael
Warrbssae near the Steamer Wharf. Jal 79
8. O. ALLM.
M. P. BOBIMROH.
ALLEN & E0BINS0N.
AT ROBINSON'S WHARF. DEALERS IN
LUMBKR and all kinds of BUILDING M ATKRIAI.8
Paicis, Oils, Nails, Ac, Ac.
AOKXTS roa schooners
n29) Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. (79
JV. FRANK COOKIE,
AO EXT OF THE FOLLOfrlTiQ COASTERS r
Kaluna and Gen. SeigeL
Red with White Ball. OFFICE, Corner of
Nuuaou and Queen Streets.
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
5. C. BREWER At LU.. aukm is.
i Favorable arrangements ran always be made for
' --j u . . ohinm.ni of Oil. Bone. Wool. Hides
-." m,C.hnrfiM. tn Nrw Bedford. Boston, New York and
other Eastern Ports. tOT Cash Advance, made
DISPATCH LINE FOB SAN FRANCISCO
C. BREWER fc CO., AGENTS.
T Merchandise received biuhaus i
J liberal cash advances msae on inipmrDii bj
line. J2 79 O. BBtwsn
FOR SALE OR TO LET !
THAT VERT DESIRABLE REMUK.t.
on Judd Street, adjoining the spacious premises of the
a iriu Tka Int awnnttAiFia Khntlt ODf aVClf). Willi A
HOD. Ft. V. vv IIU--. uwivv-.-- . . .
larg. fronugeon Judd IBtreet, J5?
and urnamentai onaoe xrera. , - ---
Oovernment water ia about to be laid on. There is oo the lot
a dwelling house, containing sitting room, uinm. '
bed roomsi a two story kitchen, with servants' rooms above;
bath home, carriage house and other oat-hooses Also, a
stream of water running through the lot. Title perfect. For
particulars, apply to lvll, ...
' . rr if .ahiim.nii Street.
TO THE PUBLIC !
HAVING RECEIVED SUCn LIBERAL
, .M tvtnnl.tlnn nf thia won.
jg ratronage irom ino t.p-. r-i
derful Kingdom in my Encyclopedia Britannic I now ven-
tare into anotner ureai nm --
HILL'd BCUINEHS MANUAL, adapted to tbe Office Library
and the Fireside. It has no equal a a Book to Enlighten the
RuainMS Man. and sives Cnbounded Knowledge on all Com
mercial Matters. The Great Humorist's Last Work has just
been received, Mark Twam s i y.
iv rnMintL addIt to T. K. mcuuji B.L.L.,
(myls) AgentPfo?sll Flrst-CUss Works. No. 74 Fort St.
Tobacco & Cigarettes
"AROUND THE WORLD
WITH GENERAL GRANT,"
A Few Copies of Both Volumes Just
WHITNET fc ROBERTSON, A .(-
4 FORT STREET.
IMPORTER & DEALER IN
Meriden Qnadrapl Plated Ware, Glass war
King's Combination Ppectacles A Eye Glasses,
Braekeu, Vases, Lustral w Ire Ware,
Fancy Soaps, Picture Frames,
W oat en holm's Pocket Knives,
Sdasors. Pistol. Powder, Shot A Ammunition,
Clark's Spool Cotton, Maehln Oil,
All Kinds of Machine Needles I
DOMESTIC" PAPER FASHIONS.
SOLE AGENT FOR THE UNIVERSALLY
LIGHT RUNNING DOMESTIC
HA KRIS ON & PEDDLEE,
RICK AND STONE MASONS AND CON
TRACTORS AND BUILDERS,
King Street, Honolulu, with W. M. Gibbs,
To Undertake all Kinds of Mason Work.
P pedal attention given to setting Range. Baker Ores
and all kinds of Cooking apparatus. Chimnies, Foundations
and Cisterns built, etc., etc.
Plantation Owners and Superintendents would do well to
entrust us with business in our line. We wish the public to
understand Uiat all work done by us is guaranteed to give
satisfaction. jyll ly
CR1AD SQTARE and CPBIGHT PIAS0-MAKE2,
H. Qackfeld & C., Agents fr tbe HawaiiAB IslAods.
The Sydney Mail, Saturday, January 17, 1880,
PIANOFORTES IfTTHE EXHIBITION.
In our previous notice of the Pianos in the Exhibition (No.
IT) la connection with those of tie German Court, w were
unable to do more than enumerate tbe exhibits of L. NEU
FELD. of Berlin, and that enumeration wag erroneous. Since
writing that notice, the Sydney agents, Messrs. Rabone, Fees
A- CoTThave given us an opportunity of seeing the Instrument
of which four are exhibited Instead of two, aa formerly stated.
The Flrat is a grand of full compass 7t octaves, overstrung
an acoustical metal fram in agraffes, the action is perfect
unfailing repetition," AU the modern improvements are ap
plied; the Instrument Is eased in walnut of fine tone and light
touch, and b eiog In addition by far the most prlceworthy and
ought to command the most ready market.
N a.SU an upright cottage grand, with Iron frame over
lining, well finished, and cased in a handsome frame in the
Louto Quatorae style. Na. 3 Is an upright cottage, simpler
in the exterior, but with substantial metal frame, and all the
evidences of thorough care In tb internal c on traction. Na
4 la an overstrung upright boudoir cottage, of vary agreeable
tone, . ....
Having thoroughly examined tbe workmanship and con
struction, and tested tone and touch, we are able to speak
with confidence on the sterling merits of these Instruments,
especially when we compare the prices with those of other ex-
NO. SO FORT STREET,
Importer and. Dealer
Gents, Ladies, Misses and Children's '
BOOTS and SHOES,
Has just returned from San Francisco with a large stock of
Shoes and Boots, and invite all to examine. jul9 3m
CLEARING OUT SALE
On Port Street,
FOR ONE MONTH ONtY,
1 A :
FIVE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK,
Consisting of a FINK LINK or
Of all Descriptions, too numerous to mention.
Ladies' and Children's Hosiery,
Ladies' White Sacks,
Children's Fine Pique,
Marseille and Lawn Dresses,
Ladies' and Children's Fine Trimmed Hats,
Ladles' and Children's Fine Shoes,
Slippers and Sandals.
Gents' & Youths' Fine Clothing,
FINE WHITE AM) COLOBED
SHIRTS AM) UilISIIIll GOODS,
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
CENTS' & YOUTHS'
FELT and STRAW HATS.
A FINE LINE OF
BOOTS Ac SHOES
These Goods were selected by S. MAG.M.V
BOUGHT tor CASH
At a Discannt. therefore they will be sold at
Bed Rock Prices !
Altbongh Goods have risen In Price,
bnt we will
Sell "Without Reserve.
HZT The Public will benefit themselves by g iring me a
3 J&L -A- Gr TXT X 3NT .
"Big Collar "Harness Shop
86 KING STREET
PRACTICAL HARNESS MAKER!
Fine Single & Double Buggy Harness,
Concord and Mule Harness
Plantation Harness of all sorts,
Riding Bridles, Saddles & Whips,
Currycombs, Brushes, Saddle Cloths,
And every neoessary for Stable use at
BEDROCK PRICES for CASH
grr Bepalriog of every description done in the hest possible
manner, with the best materials, at lowest workmen's rates.
All Work Guaranteed or Exchanged
VS" Look for the "Big Collar I"
W. C. BORaCEsBl,
AUCTIONEER & COiOSSION KERCK'NT
ZDHT5T GOODS !
I AD IBS AND GENTS HOSIERY.
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS ! !
Ladles, Gents' & Children's Bttpts Shoes,
QB.OCK&IB8 ABf D CAhJNKD GQOpa,
Hardware, Crockery and Glassware, To
Mcco, Cigars, Pipes, Yankee ffctioxw
PATENT .MEDICINES, ETC.
3d, 32. aVd 3 FRONT "TstXET,.
HILO, HAWA1 X.
yl6 ly - .
Tf.xdebs will be received at the office of the Minister
of the Interior up to noon of Saturday, the 7th day of
August, 1880, for supplying Oahu Prison with Hard Pol
for one year, at the rate of from ten to fifteen thousand
pounds per month, at so much per pound. t .
Said Pol to be delivered in Oahu Prison at such times
ami quantities as the Jailor shall deem proper, and who
shall reject such as may not be of proper quality.
The successful tenderer will be required to furnish a
bond wiiu approved security in the penal suin of $300
for the faithful performance of the contract. '
8AM L t. WILDER, Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Aug. 8, 1880. , au"
Notice is hereby given that at the request of Fr. Ban
ning. Esquire, Mr. John H. Paty, of this city, will act
during hif absence as Consnl for the Netherlands and
Belgium, and all persons are required to take notice of
this fact and respect his authority in that behalf.
JOHX M. KAPENA, Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Department of Foreign Affairs,
Honolulu, July 30. 1830. auT 2t
A request having been made to this Department by
Major James H. Wodebonse, Her Britannic Majesty's
Commissioner snd Consul J3enersl that he baa appointed
Thomas Bain Walker, Esquire, Acting British Tloe Oon
sul drrlng the temporary absence of Mr. Vice Consul
Davit-. Notice i hereby given that the said Thomas
Rain tv niki r has been recognized as Acting British Vice
Consul afrsid. and all persons are required to take
notice of this fact and respect his authority accordingly.
JOHN M. KAPENA, Minister for Foreign Affairs.
Department of Foreign Affairs,
: Honolulu, Ang. 6, 1880. :u 72t
In accordance with Section 379 of the Civil Code, J. W.
Keaomakanl has been appointed to inspect and try all
beams, weights and measure for the Island of Hawaii.
IJK.ELIKE, Governess of Hawaii.
Office Governess of Hawaii. Hilo, July 26, 1880. jy 31
Mr. James Richardson has been appointed Tax As
sessor fr the district of North Kohala, vice George Hall,
resigned, SI 11 ON K. KAAl, Minister of Finance.
Department of Finance, Honolulu, July 27. 18S0. Jy 31
The Government Pound for estrays for Hilo town and
vicinity has this day been changed from Waiakea to
the land of Ponahawai, on the mauka side of Jail street,
near the Hilo Prison.
LIKELIKE, Governess of Hawaii.
Office of Governess of Hawaii. Hilo, July 20th, 1880.
Approved Sam'l. G. Wilder, Minister of Interior, ju 24
;i ' ' : ITotice." . '
Benjamin H. Brown has this day been appointed keep
er of the Pound for estrays for the town of Hilo and vi
cinity, in the district of Hilo, Island of Hawaii, In place
of Thomas Waiwaiole, resigned.
LIKELIKE, Governess of Hawaii.
Ofnce of Governess of Hawaii, Hilo, July 20, 1880. july 24
Mr. John H. Brown has been appointed Inspector of
Weights and Measures for the Island of Oahu, vice E. B.
JNO. O. DOMINIS, Governor of Oahu.
Honolulu, July 28th, 1880. 3t.
In accordance with Section 379 of the Civil Code, T. W.
Eve&ktt has been appointed to inspect and try all beams,
weights and measures, for tbe districts of Wailuku, Wai
hee, and Makawao, Island of Maul.
JOHN O. DOMINIS, Governor of Maui.
Office of Governor of Oahu, Jnne 22, 1880. je-29-
The following persons have been commissioned as Tax
Assessors for the Taxation Districts of the Kingdom for
the year 1880:
Ewa 4 Waianae..
Molokai & Lanai.
C. H. Judd
W. C. Lane
H. E. Whitney
F. H. Hayselden
E. B. Frlel
. J. K. Hsnuna
. ...S. Kahoohalahala
.......... L. Severance
, Awai Akan
R. C. Searle
..J. G. Hoapili
S. H. Mahuka
. . . .James Richardson
Hanalei . .
i . . .... . .A. Palekaluhi
A. W. Maioho
8. K. Kuapuu
, , John Kakina
Paul P. Kanoa
SIMON K. Kaai, Minister of Finance
Department of Finance, July 1, 1880.
licenses Expiring in August, 1880.
Notice is hereby given that all Licenses must be ap
plied for direct to the Interior Office, and all parties are
cautioned about failing to renew expiring Licenses, and
all Sheriffs and Deputy Sheriffs have instructions to pro
secute without discretion, sny and all parties doing
business without the proper License.
SAM'L G. WILDER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office April 30, 1879.
Ah Boon. Waikane, Koolaupoko
Ah Foo k Co, Nnuanu st, Honolulu
Ah Nln. KamoiUiU, Kona
ChaB Long. Merchant street
W H Place. Mannakea st
Wong Wo A Co, Nuuana st
Moses Mahcloua, Waianae
Iaukea, Nuuanu st
Quong Hook Tong, Nuuann st
Yit Man Wo '
Cin Nee, Pauoa, ...
H Insel, Queen st, y
Lum Peu, Kamoiliili,
W E Foster, Fort st,
Txiv Kee & Co. Hotel st
H Marsh, Kapalama.
An Hina, AUttanu aney, n.aw annua sua,
A W Pierce & Co, Queen st,
Iko, Nuuann st, .
Kwong Yin Sing k Co, Nnuanu st,
8 Maguin, Fort st,
Quong Fong, Hamaknapoko
Mrs Honolulu, Hana
Yee Choni?, Pueo, Hilo
Akina & Aseu. Kaiopihi, N Kohala
Akl, Punaluu, Kau
J C Ahyonng and Apeu, Kaulm, N Kohala
Ho Sam, Kapaait, " ,
Apo, Hilo . - ' :
Amana. Kukwihaele. Hamakua
Mokeau fc As Sam, Naalehu, Kau
W Dart, Houokaa, Hamakua
Akim, Pawela, Hamakua .
So koung, Pnnahoa, Hilo . , v y - -Awana,
A N Aiona, Hookaa. S Kona
W H Reed, Hilo
J Wight, N Kohala
Goo Kim & Co, Honopueo, N Kohala
A P Kamaipelekane, Waimaa
A W Peirce & Co, Queen st, Honolulu
Jas 8 Lemon, Commercial Saloon
H Bradbey, cor Fort and King sts
Macfarlaue fc Co, Kaahumanu st
Chas Long, Merchant st
Mokean fc As Ssn, Nsalehn, Kau, Hawaii
Wong Wo fc Co, Nuuanu st, Honolulu
Akai, Halawa, N Kohala ;
Leon De Jean, Hotel st, Honolulu
N Perry, Fish Market. Honolulu
GWC Jones, Waiohinn, Kan
Kahukina, Koloa, Kauai
Pomaikal, Waihee, Maui
W Bell, N Kohala
Jose Espinda, Waihee, Maul
W R Buchanan, Kahuku, Oahu
John Rickardson, (2) Lahaina
D Kahaulelio, . .
Ab Na, Kaluaaha, Molokai
Ab Hipa, Koolauloa, Oahu '..
Dr. J. M. Whitney's Dental Booms will be closed
from Tuesday August 10th, until Saturday September 4th
1880. an 7 2-t
TO PLASTERERS & BUILDERS !
GJ-oocl Fresh Haxir,
FIT FOR PLASTERER'S USE. FOR SALE
in quantities to sait, and at reasonable rates.
P. O, BOX 40, HUGH MACKAT.
jy3 Proprietor cf th Hoaolula Tannery.
"portrait painting ; ., t
' ' "
PORTRAITS IN CRAYON. PASTEL, AND
Water Color; also, Crayon and Water Colors combined.
Chromo-Photographs in Oil and Photographs Colored. Old
Picture Copied and enlarged. ' Price reasonable and satis
faction gaoranteed. Stndjo and Besidenee, No. 3Q Beretania
street.' - - . ' myl tf
The Friend expresses Jt belief ia the ex-
irtir.gr.. nwgity tuoro ibinesa - oolporleura.
.Miuy. doubtleas, raizht now be loxnd here if ihtj
wrt- sorijjbt aflr, th.nt is If tber was any raon
ej in the hnsint?8. .Tiact distributing mighl be
c on in connection with their more usual
buatueaa, i"'l the tracts ralgtl be made very use
ful for coyerlnjr ui th; ru" they. carry aboat in'
their baskets fcr the benefit of plantation Hands.
SATURDAY. AUGUST 7.
Confidence men tbe Ministry.
Was it in a merino skin that the wolf was
E The Ho Chung my be only a flying Dutch
man after all.
Hawaiian banana skins have supplanted the
apple in the fall of man.
jt" The Tax Assessors should receive explicit in
structions to count tbe noses of the male Chinese.
The Naaihn plantation was purchased at
auction on Saturday of last wek by MVesrs.
Irwin S,Co. The price given was 225,00(1.
IpS" Nirate of amvl i now drawing attention in
Eutupe afid A:nTii'a as a remedy in eu -cickm .
Thf dose is from tbren to fire drops.
gr" Is it true that one of our solons asked the
question "whether the ocean did not affect the water
from the artesian wells T'
Advocates of temperance should assist in the
introduction of bicycles into the Kingdom. No ine
briate man can ride one.
GIF The capitalist Bohemian" who arrived in
the Spreckels should divide tbe names as they do not
assimilate; we are Bohemian, but nary a capitalist.
pST The British bark Spirit of the Age was load
ing at Hong Kong during the latter part of June, she
will be due here ia all Augnst.
' The good Shepherd knows hi Sheep ;"'
but a certain other Shepherd made a mistake in
his the oilier day.
gg Ploughs are useful articles of agriculture,
but we are not aware that it is the intention of
turning up furrows at the corner of King and
Fort Streets. This ia not an Advt.
U. M. S. Pelican hauled alongside the
steamboat wharf on Thursday last to coal. She
leaves her moorings to day for a trip to Kauai
EF The debate on the vote of Wan- of Con
fidence ' lasted six hours and a balf, and result
ed in a viotory for the Ministry by a majority of
Captain Jordan of the W. H, Meyer, Cap
tain Freeman of the H. W. Almy and Messrs.
Whitney & Robertson will accept our thanks for
Good round reasons have azatn presented
themselves which, combined with tbe powerful influ
ence of vinum hordiom, Lave resulted in accomplish
ing desired ends, but happily only pro tern.
Ef The Japanese training ship Tsukuba, Captain
Aiura, now at San Frrncisco, is reported as being
liable to pay this port a visit on the homeward voy
age. She was to leave San Francisco on or about
the 31st ult.
A. W. Bush, the grocer on Fort Streei, favor
ed aa with a sample of Wailuku grapes, which he
keeps on band, and we were well pleased with tbe
flavor, and like Oliver Twist we are apt to cry "some
JgF Alexander Nicholas George, a youthful aspir
ant for Jack Sheppard fame, was sentenced on Tues
day the 3d inst., to four months imprisonment at tbe
Hotel de F , for stealing a number of locks, tbe pro
perty of Dillingham & Co.
The Friend believes in free rum, and was
' very sorry that Mr. Preston's bill was rejected
by the Assembly." That was prior to its renu.Hci
tation now it is passed, and we suppose the Friend
will be very jrlad."
"Mr. S. G. Dwight. for many years a missionary
on Molokai, and for several years past, a respect
ed resident of Honolulu, died suddenly on Monday
evening. His funeral was attended on Tuesday
The fireneral Dublic have confidence in the
ability of the members of the Legislature to do
more political somtnereaulting in a given space of
time than any other legislative body on the lace of
There will be a special meeting of Hawaii
an Lodge, F. & A. M , at the Masonic Hall corner
of Fort aud Queen streets, on Monday evening
next. August 9, 1880. Visiting brethren Hie in
vited to attend.
It is said, that raoreno wool pulled over the
eyes, is wonderfully effective in producing changes
of vision. But the effect is greatly enhanced by
the proximity of certain metals, and when the
patient is also subjected to the influence of certain
Ef Colored eye-glasses have lately come into
favor as a pretiy fashion among the yonnir people
of Honolulu. Different people have different ideas
as to the appropriateness of this novel adornment,
especially as it affects the appearance of young
W Three useful bills were Introduced into the
Assembly last week by the Minister of the Interior
relating to vehicles. The passage of these bills, and
the proper enactment of the law, will tend to protect
the public from accidents which frequently arise
from furious driving and want of lights at night.
It is estimated as probable, th.it the total
population of San Francisco, is about 240,000; and
that the (Jtiiuefe in llie city number about ZJ.UOU.
giving a proportion of about one in ten. The
census returns bad not been classified at lasl ac
counts; but the above is supposed to be a close
During the past week a number of dead
animals have been noticed in the streets of various
parts of the town; rats and checkens in particular
and it is needless to say they are objectionable;
but pr.ople who mak- a practice of throwing such
things into the streets, should remember that they
are liable to heavy Cne if euught.
Italians are proverbial lovers of music.
many expatiated count obtaining their living in
Eastern cities by dealing forth dulcet, though not at
all times soothing strains from the hand organ. In
this country however, the diaphragm of tbe body is
nsed as the motive power, which the mental capabili
ties resolve into a very unpopular sort of (chin) mu
sic mostly on Chinese subjects.
Our contemporary, who has long been " on
the fence," in regard to the Chinese question as ap
pertaining to this Kingdom, has at last, after first
feeliug well the public pulse, resolved to Cine
down. Formerly tbe Gazette w is a rabid exponent
of Chinese interests, and this fact may have delay
ed tbe execution of its resolve to adopt a new
line of policy.
At a meeting of Oaha Lodge, K. of P.
held Wednesday, Jaly 28th, tbe following officers
were installed ror tbe ensuing term :
Len. K. fatten
Peter O'SulUvan ,
J. H. Black
Geo. C. Btratemeyer.
F. W. Fehlbehr ,
...k of a ?.
M of F.
M of E.
. M at A.
Mvsic The Band will play this afternoon at
Emma Square, at half-past 4 o'clock. The follow
ing is the programme :
March We don't want to fight Kappey
Overture Italian Style , Schubert
Fantasia tradella Flotow
Waltz Sound of Sympathy Onng'l
Selection Tbe Favorite, new Ponizettl
Piccolo Polka The Humming Bird...... Selling
Tbe Band will give an extra concert on Monday
evening next, Augnst 9, in the Hawaiian Hotel
The House was taken by surprise on Thurs
day morning by Mr. Aholo introducing a resolution
which, oa account of its importance, was treated as &
bill, asking that the Minister of Finance be author
ized to pay to the Commissioners of Crown Lands
the sum of $30,000, in order to redeem certain notes
of His Majesty, at present in the hands of some capi
talist, tbe same to be repaid by installments from
the receipts of the Crown lands, the said sum to bear
interest at the rate of 8 per cent An Hon. Noble
expressed his surprise at this extraordinary resolu
tion, and still more surprised was he that it should
emanate from one of the Representatives and not from
the Ministry. We look forward with interest to the
report of the select Committee to whom it was re
ferred. Eat Oar special artist haa thia week produced two
cartoons on current events. The gusto with which
hie attempt to represent a Blondin crossing the Paci
fic, as also the men imeut prodnoed by his life-like
representation of "Honest John," commonly known
as Ah-Gia," has inspired him with seal, and ia or
der to try and satiate the desire of a publio who are
always wanting something new. he has again taken
up the quill aod now presents for the publio gaze and
admiration a modest delineation of a reckless hunts
man, and also a simple sketch of a would-be borrow
er of tbs small sora cf 910.000.CCO. SLnold our
artist survive the expected attack! from bis Chinese
friends, he will again furnish Hawaii with another
novelty on Patardsy next. A contributor haa also
placed on 'exhibition, representing a sheep being
nddea towards Lansi. Fcr farther paricalais see
sews ooarn fa front of cfuce of this ppr.
Vote op Confidence. Mr.
Glendon d m
53sT The schooner Bonanza, formerly known
in the Honolulu trade, is loading lor Mexico.
Ef Tom Taylor tin
tor of Punch, ia dead.
dramatic author and edl
Uis age was C3.
"Hope sprittga eternal in t! e human breast
' Man never is, but always to bo blual." llr
Never mind, try ugain next es-bioii; better luck
3 The nice at Ewa wliich took pluce on the
21t int.. was v. it i tie(,ij:e l.ucb uiarc
Lallan liookl) luljie kimik ol
bauds on this oecaMon.
E The non-arrival of the steamer Hochung has
given rise to various tumor in the Chinese quarters.
We hardly credit the canard that she has been aeea
to windward in compsny with a Russian Man-of-war.
E2P The notoii.ius nt Uw Kelly, with all his
jf-ng ul desperate I .i i v- . bu beu captured
want of space pieveuit nr publication of par
ticular, which ma be i..uim1 hi tbe Sydney
papers received by earner.
Of -Mi4 Montague evening gave her
tliiid and farewell cnucei i at the Kawaiabao
Ctiiircli. The buildi; g was well filled and the
perioi mance excellent a usu.il. Lateness of the
(nun uud want ol .i.e prevents mure extended
fir The compilation of the English version of tbe
celebrated cable bill, was conspicuously ungramatical,
as also was tbe receut resolution on " want of confi
dence," but this is not lo be wondered at, when such
matters are drawn up by some one who is not a
member of the House, as was publicly announced.
E5f" Mr. Castle stated in his speech on Wednesday
last, that when be arrived here first, 43 years ego,
there were 112,000 inhabitants, and now there are
but 60,000. I bis is an alarming statement, look at
it in what light we will. But what is still more
alarming is the prospect of the next half century
with a subsidized line of China steamers making
The lecture delivered by Dr. Hutchinson
on Friday evening o! last week, in the Hall ol
the Honolulu Library Association, was listened
to with appreciation by a large audience. Tbe
subject was physiological, and particularly
directed to the elucidation of the phenomena of
the circulation, which was discussed with much
We have had laid before us by Mr. Ingram,
(tbe author,) the Prospectus of Bretts Tourist's
Guide of New Zealand, a book for which he is now
compiling matter, and which when completed will
be extensively circulated among business men in all
parts of the world. The Guide is to enable read
ers, "at home or abroad, to make the journey around
New Zealand, see its natural beauties, enjoy its
mountain scenery, &c., and will be an encylopedia of
information valuable to the tourist." Mr. Ingram
left by the City of J'ew York for San Francisco to
obtain further iuforuintion uecessary for the Guide,
and expects to be able to place it before the public
about the first of the coming year.
We have a corroboration in the Gazette's own
report of tbe Legislative proceedings of what we
said in regard to the iion-genuiueta of the petition
Irotu the lepers at Kalawao, lias the Gazette so
far foiirotten its high moral itiniincis as to endorse
that which it knows, and has admitted to be, "not
genuine." This paper lias not attacked Dr. Emer
son by implication,'' us is asserted by the
Gazette. We now repent that, such a base pro
ceeding should receive the htronnest reprehension,
and the mere fact f tin fraud having been dis
covered is not sufficient. We cannot endorse the
reasoning ol the Gazette, based upon the per
nicious principle, ;hat ' two wrongs make a
Mecuamc Engine Co. No. 2 The regular
monthly meeting of this company was held lest Wed
nesday evening, before which was read the resigna
tion of Mr. Jas. W. McGuire (who recently received
tbe appointment of Fire Marshal of the city) from
the Foremanship of the Company. Some reminis
cences of his connection with the Company as an ac
tive member for more than a quarter of a century,
were related by the Ex Foreman, nl were listened
to with interest and pleasure by those present. The
following officers were elected to serve during the
balance of the terra:
Chas. Lucas Foreman
Geo. Baker 1st AKuixtatit
Alex. J. Cartwright, .Ir 2d "
A. Itosa Secretary
Henry Smith Treasurer
Jas. K. Lemon... Delegate
There will be a special drill of the above Com
pany this afternoon, for the purpose of acquainting
the newly made officers with thu qualities of the
Supreme Court July Term, 1880.
CONTIXUMi KEOM TIIK 2lld I.NST. t'lllKK JIWICF.
Kuli la et al vs. James Ij iikiii l'.ji tni nt. Case tried
by a mixed jury, who wi re unable tn uf rif and were dis
charged. K K lii.U.rt.. n i.,r l'luiutir); Nil lole for Ue.
July aifrd l'abau (wi et al vs Kutli Keelikolsui and
others Kjectiuent. l'l;a iu bur argued ami submitted.
A K liartwi II for l'lhiiitiH; V (1 Joikn, I ..)-, ( as tie A
Hatch and Holokahikt for Det'rinlaiits.
HKFOKK JlsTICK M CI I.I. V.
July 24 An Moloeail vs Domingo Ramos Divorce.
Continued till next term.
Manuel Alexander vs M H Alexander (w) Divorce.
Continued till next term.
Kealoba (kl vs Kala Divorce. Decree granted.
Napuksua(w) vs Hawaii Divon e. Decree granted and
alimony a far.
Alibi (k) vs Kaoaka Divorce. Dec ree granted.
BCFOEK Cllltr JUSTICE HARRIS.
July 2itli The King vs Mu McKhane Perjury. No
bill having bi-en found, the irisoiier waw discharged.
Koolua(w)et al vs Intone AImiuicI Kjcctmeut. Jury'
waived. Defendant's attorneys withdraw from the case
and on motion of Mr. lliu-tuell fur the i'laiutitls, tbe
Court ordered tiiat judgment be entered for Plaintiff
Tbe King v Ah iliiui' uud All 11 1 it Possession of
Opitii.i in i'owe-,..m:i. Motion In arrest of Judgment
argin-,i a..i. ov i n.. i. uud the defendants sentenced t
one month s ii.ijri .in;.ei, uiii without bard labor.
Cecil Uiosvii for tiit- rrowu; s llartwell for the Defend,
liKloKK II A KRIS t;. J., JIDD ANO MCCX'LLY, J. J.
Kekuewn vs Kic.n Mr. McCully delivered t lie decision
of the Court MiMaming tlm exceptions, and ordering the
case reuilutel lor trial i.t I lie next term f the Circuit
Court, 4th Judicial Circuit.
H A Burns vs J Bowler Mr. Justice Judd delivered
the decision of the Court denying motion for new trial.
The Klug vs Ah Ko Chief J ustice Harris delivered the
opinion of the Court overruling the exceptions.
Benj. B Macy vs (! K Iticlibrdnuu Assumpsit. Jury
waived. Case beard by the Court and judgment deferred,
l'restoii and Brown for 1'Iaintil); Castle Hatch for De
BEFORE MCCLLLT, J.
July With Burns vs Hums -Decree of divorce granted.
July 31st Pahau et al vs R Keelikolanl et al Chief
Justice Harris announced the decision of the Court here
in sustaining tbe idea iu bar. A H llartwell for Flaintili:
Messrs. Jones, Dole, Castle A Hatch aud Holokahikt for
Nakaleka vs F W Beck l ey Chief Justice Harris alao
announced the decision of the Court stunning tbe deci
sion of the lower Court. ' ,.
Kekula et al vs Pioelwa, a minor of I'akti Mr. Justler
Judd delivered the decision of the Court Iu favor of th
Defendants. Plaintlns take nothing by their complaint.
BEFORE CHIEF JUSTICE HARRIS.
James Love vs D K Fyfe et al Motion fur new trial
argued snd overruled, and a bill of exception filed.
Orinbauiu & Co. vs B&rtels In default (assuinnatt).
On motion, the Court ordered judgment to bo entered for
the amount due by the Clerk of the Court.
BEFORE MCtTTXY, J.
8 Paulo vs Kawahiue Decree of divorce granted.
Tbe Court then adjourned tint die.
Supreme Court July Term, A. D. 1880.
II. A. Burns vs. John Bowler Harris C. J., Judd
and McCully J.J.
JCDD t. DELIVERED TUB 0PIMOM OF TBE COCKT.
In this case the Jury found for the Plaintiff, aod
tbe Defendant moved for a new trial on tbe ground
of newly discovered evidence, which motion waa
heard by the Chief Justice and denied, from which
exceptions are taken to thia Court.
The Defendant contends that if the counter affida
vits had not been considered by the Court below, a
new trial would necessarily have been ordered, and
that tbe practice of filing counter affidavits against a
motion for new trial on the ground of newly dis
covered evidence does not authorize a denial of tha
truth of the statement of what tbe affidavits show
would be testified. ,
We are of opinion that counter affidavits ia such
cases may be filed, aod they will be considered Ly
the Court so far as they throw light upon the
question aa to whether the evidence is fact newly dis
covered and not accessible to the party at the trial,
upon the exercise of reasonable diligence.
Upon consideration of tbe affidavits presented we
aie of opinion that the evidence offered is not of so
controlling and decisive a character as to be pro-1
ductive of an opposite result on a new trial on. the
merits. Now does it seem to as to be evidence which
the exercise of reasonable diligenco on the part of tha
Defendant ooald not have procured at tha trial.
Barrows and Hardee, the affiants, w&rt well known
mechanics in the same line of business as the parties
in this case, living in Honolulu and accessible.
There are bat few cases tried in which new evi
dence cannot be hunted up. after trial, and in order
to secure to parties the termination of their legal con
troversies the Court must ta wary about granting
new trials upon insufficient exercises for not procur
ing tbe evidence when the parties had their day In
Court. Exceptions overruled. Ii. F. Bickerton Cot
plaintiff; A. S. Hartwelf fot defendant. ' '
A. Fkascis Jood, Lawrkn-ck 'McCcilt.
Honolulu, July 2G, 1880.