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O O M M22 n OI AL .
Fit ID A T. reBRUARm. 1881.
1 am ahlpplng arrivals fur th week have been nume
- rbrlnglnf.MwUl be hid by the manifest given
w eonaMeraU adJition to our stock of mercbaa
. ,oma of tn.ta ioch wanted. The Viol., from
: , srpool, doM Bi bring foil cajo for thia port, faav-
S1J0 parage, for ForilanJ- The Ella. H W Aliuy
a: APJordn,froai8nrr.oci-co.h.Te been delayed
t 7 weather. u trad had in consequence run out
of vrl item of vrydy consumption, for which we
hat to dapando the Coit.ud which will not bear to
be kept here In hery stock.
Xri the ly Prt of the week, the umi weether
kMV bk the ehlppinc dae from the out porta, but eiter
the gal modermted, quit a fleet of coaaUn, craft ew.
pt. tad namber of there ay be expected dor.
u next twe or three d.j.. with full cargo- of pro
dac. the txaasalpmsat of which will make our wharv
The lepartnrea for the week kv been the Clan
c -.k.l. Jfei Too end 121. all for Sea Francisco, with
joe.Tluedetfll.7J5.a' Uxil Irwdal. for
Txtaria, wlU pert of her original cargo.
Oaroaa tsjT Lydi wee to laav Canton on the let
of lebruary. with 500 Chinee laborer for the Clau
Sprackal plantation oa Maul. 8he wa to call at Honolulu
The bk Almj U at Brewer Wharf loaded, and will pro
bably aall to-day.
The echr A P Jordan 1 at the EepUaade discharging.
The bk Ylole U at the Ceplaaade discharging'.
Tha Oermaa bk Hermine U la the tream with her
peeeenger yet oa board.
Tha bk Uxxle Iredale ha hauled Into the stream, prs
paratory to aailng fur British Columbia and Oregon.
ronT ox zzozioZsUXsTX. n. x.
. aB g bk Q W Alnay. from Baa TrancMO
a iiai C It Btaaop. from Kaoal
Stmr LlksUke. from Hawaii
a etor Jsme at aks. from Kauai
0 a tar Kilaaaa lioa. from Aahalal
lUar Lena, from Maoi aaJ Molokal
a Br bk Vtwle. Price, lie day from Liverpool
a Or bk Harmtaa. from Caatoa
car Weilele. frem Meliao
1 achr KauikeaoaU. from Hoaokaa
7 sckr Lusa. from Kobe!
T Hear Witauis. from lohala
T sck Mary K (set, from Panalua
IO achr Waiebu, from Kaaa
14 achr 1' llama, from Hasnakoa
10 aWar Warwick. Iraaspsosuta end Lanel
1U sch WatoU Croaa raaaaaa
10 Bchr Pnace from Kuaa
11 achr Jeaay from Keaai
11 Hchr Nettie Merrill, from Lahaiaa.
11- -8tmr Ju Mas from Kaaai
1 buui C B Btaaop from Kauai
1' Btmr Lahoa from Molokai and Lanal
21 Ulnar Kilaoea Hon from Kahalul
1 - gear rsaahi from Hawaii
( gtmr Kllaaea Hon. for Kahalul
a Scar Kulamana. for Kohalalele
s Scaw Maaabi. far Koolaapapa
iir KJleaen Moa. tat Kakaloi
a Wmr Jaatee Makee. for Kaaai
a html U B Baop. r Kaaai
a Atmr Lehaa. br Meal aad Moiokal
a Htmr MokoU. for Koolaa
a Bg Claua Mpreckela, for 8 an Francisco
a aisar UkeUke. t Circait ef UaaaU
a Sckr Malolo. for Hllo
10 ('tuuMta atoir Met Fuo, Caaninghiugain, for flan
11 ackr Maaaakawal, tar Hansmaela
II bchr Ueal hiegel. from Waialua.
11 Sckr Liaauhetur Uaaoapa
11 Bkta Ella, Turaar. for nan Frauclaco .
Vmml far Maaalalsi fraaa I'areiga Parle.
Gar bk Kale, Bremen loadiag Aag
tit bk G F Hatndel. sailed from Bremen, Aug 21
Am a team Weaker Beiridere
Haw bgtite Pomare. Tripp. South Baa Ialend
Haw bk Atlanta. HolU. Bremen. Bailed Get 'id
Mch Twilight, for Hi to. from Man Francisco Jen 9
Brig Coasaeio. for ktahului. from Ban Francisco 9
Bgtu J A Felkiaberg. aaa Francisco, about Jaa 2tt
Tera Ut McKay. aa Francisco, about J aa 29
VKSSEL3 IN HURT
Mch HaraA Aaa. Johnson
Bark UaiM Iredale. Moeaop
Bg aheat Aachor
A P Jordan,
Br kk Van
Bk H W Almy
Oaroar oa aaiaa. Eixa, Capt. Taracr. left Baa Fran-
harbor Jaauary Cth. First threw days wind fresh
m S. N. W.. thea calm aad light wiada to lat. 21 a.
K. long. 131 9 IV Wwbea we eacoantered a gal
m tha westward ; pat Teasel ander double-reefed
i Laeail. lower lopeail and fore-topmast etaysalL Gala
rw tiaued for three day, wave eery high and croae sea,
a wlad lolled aad coatiaaad batting for about 2
. ira. Oa tha TiXtk strong braes from th Bouth'ard
i en the Xita iacreaaed to a gale, easel agala ander
. ' 'ad sails. Slat, wiad light, westerly, heavy ewell
a tha N. W. la las. 11 o IV. long. 1M W. aibted a
a-aia.to'l schooner standing to the Xorth'ard. look I
tha A. P. Jordan. Feb. Id, ia tha morning, sighted
mil of Maui, wind X. W. moderaU. bat soon fall
a aad so coatiaaad natll moral a g of the 3rd. got a
t brees from A. M. M. aad which broaght na to port,
ring ea tha 4th last.
aroar ar Ba. Baaa Viols. Left Liverpool oa Sept.
law. Cleared chaaael oa the 3rd. had modrr..
w thar to 10 a North. Crossed equator la AQa on Qct
! ,41 daieeat la Loa.20 W. Had trade
t Cap Frt to Cap Hora ; perieaced heavy gale
liu,h ",.W",i' WM5J y a-t to meridlaa of
- froT Wt.ata.fra" te'rrifto w.atkW. hard
Zm.71 . " - .. !T heavy sea From aoath to
eMuator kaa ?"V"aarat kraeaa. Took wlad Southerly
a bout jo South. eT-Td equator oa tha Pta Jaauary. Lll
aye oat la Loa. 114 W.. had ao variable wiade. la Lat.
1 Borta took strong 31. B. tradaa. left them again la Lat.
1 North. From theaca to port had temac galea from
Weatwerd with Barometer dowa to smaaned wheel
aad lost jib-huom. a hip labored heavily. Arrived la Uoao
lula harbor Feb. Cth. 1M day passage.
From Caatoa. per Mel Foo. Caanlngham master.
Feb. 3rd. ill Pkga aaadry mde to vexioua Chinese
arm aad 2UM pkga la transit for aaa Franc Iaco.
From aaa Francisco per Ella, Tamer master. Feb. Sth.
C. Brewer h Co, 1 mower. ITS ah barley, 14 balea hay,
luO sks eau. 714 sks brao. 11 iron tabes. 3 bbU gla. 2
bole clay, a pigs, 3S, do chickens. M ska potato, 1 tank
gaaoitaa. 1 pkg iron were; R Lavy, 2 baggies, 1 wagon.
4 hureee. 13 bale hay; J 1 Doweett, M balea hay. M ska
oats. 1 sks barly;M Mclaerney, 4 c boot and shoes
HechfaU Co, 74 quarter-ska a our; H May a Co. 20 ce
caad good. 273 quarter- ks tour 10 pkga raisins: J T
Wateraoae. 3 e sadae; E O Hall k Son. 41 cs hardware.
asieia; J t Lass. 4 pkg marble; T B Haskell. I pkgs
fist. 1 aaeee-Browa At Co. 19 cake whlsksy. 3 quarter-csk
Via; J hi Pattoa. 14 pkg eflacU: Hart Bros. 37 pkgs
gruc ; T Maaamsn. lil pkga groe; G W Mac ax Una As Co.
Mi ca gia ; It McElbbea. la c drug ; Bolle A Co. 67
pky groce, 3S bble salmon; Hoffshlaeger At Co. 2U cs
eigar l T Lack. M ca eewiag aach. S c shot ; McLean
Brue. W ca aut oil: r U Bobiaaoa; 1 ca dry goods- U W
Pierce At Co. 11 bale cotloa dack. 11 pkgs chandlery
W O Irwta At Co. 1 carriage ; A Kraft. 1 cs mdae Board'
Health, t pkg and ; Brewer k Co, 30 balea hay. 13 bags
eela. 10 bags barley ; Hymaa Broe. 31 pkg dry goods, u
ce boot end shoe. 3 ca paste, 29 cs hata. 2 cs cuata. 1 ca
lamp; Wilder At Co, 3 c paper sgs: Allen At Bobiaaoa. 3
ca paperhg ; G F Walls. 1 piano. 1 cs mde; Sreaorich At
Co. 311 pkge groe. 1 hora. 1 wagoa. 37 aka beana ; U Mac
far lane, I bora ; Lai as At Co. lew bale hay ; P iKioley
Bar. Willie. Mr Afoag. Rev E P Baker, each 1 pkg
Ordar. 3 pkg mdae. 40 bale hay. 50 sks potatoes. 23 c
soap aad 730 pkga aide to Chinese Ann.
From Sea Fraaclaoo per H. W. Almy, Freeman maater
Feb. Sth. MecfarUa At Co. 100 sks beeaa. 30 ska oats. 25
aka meal, 23 ska corn. 60 bale hay ; Mclntyr Bros. Sua
sks bran. ISO eke oata, SO aka potatoes, 30 sks corn. 507
pkg groe ; Onnbaam At Co. 223 pkg groe 101 aks bran
aad barley. Tone brand y. 2 cats red wiad. tea cigars.
23 pkge dry good ; C E William. pka faralture
I W Maefsrlan At Co. ca brandy, S ea bear. 2tf ca
gia: W bttay aa k-tow. 1 pkaa atatioaary ;
T if Davtaa. AO bble aalmoa ; W X Foster. 9 itLti
saddlery ; M Mdaeray, 3 c haU he ; Lewer A Cook
pkga bliada. 30 pkga elevator, aoo bdU ahiaalea E u
Hall At Sua. 3 r hard wars ; E HoftahlaegerA; Co la ca
ottoa good ; O W Macfarlaa A Co. 'Aw ca gaaoliua -Dllliagaam
A Co. 14 pkg hardware, oils. e ; A L Huiuh
13 ca sewing mch aad hardware ; A Jaeger. 1 ce ciirars -Hackfsld
A Co. 2 male. 1 cs saddlery ; J Weir. 1 buV
1 male. cow, t horses ; CasUa A Cook. 4 m brick" 3
e hardware, ill bbl lima. 23 grata bar. 3 bkirs uiU.
131 aa oate. 2at sks barley, SO sks beans ; GnW. 63 ce
gruc. 150 ce aelai4a and 3U1 pkgs to Chiaeee v ,
From Saa Francisco . per A P Jordan. L t. Master.
T.bl C M Cooke. 1 eatl rope; M Mclneray. i ca bats -W
O Irwta A Ca. TO bbl aelmoa ; Bolie A Co. 27 pkgs
pal le aad oil. 33 ca meal, tt aks corn : 80 pkg rope.
IOO sks oata. 31 krs groe. 142 aka brmn so .k. h.. .
E O Hall ft boa. 31 pkg palat. 1 bs aad 1 bl dry good.'
S3 pka adwara Allea A Bobiaaoa. 13 pkg lead. 13 pkga
"V ? B -10 ea aalmoa. So ska
aora. AO aka
bavUy. lao aaa oata. 100 sks bran, 1(A)
aa aoar, mi pegs groe, "j iwi, ju akuoka 35 .a
corn. 1 bl laathar ; J Waterhoaea. 2a pke roe 'aS aka
oar. 4 pkg aada : T H IMvica. 3 ca hardw ?7 njj
a ska graia ; Hacifeld A Co. 34 aka wheat! 4 i?.ki
Boar. 1 cs haedwara ; Wilder A Co, 150 m shlnlrs ca
rtardar. 3 ca hdwar ; J aaa McOrew. 1 re wool rkfthln
T Watorawuea.se hdwar : Castla A Cook. 11
oyster. pka hdwar ; C O Barger. 4 tank, gasoline
Brewer A Co, 2CO aks potatoes. 1 ba cheea ; Capt Crack'
li3 btea hay. AO aks potatoes. 10 ska onions. Sou puate
Ml Masanis. 3 pka mde : J S Walker. U W be vera oca
F A Bcaaefew each 1 package.
Proa Liverpool, par Viola. Pebraary a. Price, Master
On aaa am A Cs 14 bias blaaheto. 1 bale towel, a ca dry
good. S kga Xm. SO bxa powder. 44 blea dry good..
Maekfeld ft Ca. S3 bksa bag. 3 track. AW pre wheel, a
ca bar. 30 pkg troa work, 3 Urea tablea : I H Itavlea. 1
bs rubber ; Hymaa Broe, A ata 1 blea blankets
iioaaaa Hospitai. 14 c kg drag : thlllip A Co. pkgs
dry good ; Ceetie A Cook. 4oO drOcna oUs. S bl bag;
14 tow eoal; Order. ST ce spirit. 30 hies beg ; U W Mac
fartaa A Co. 2al ce spirita; 3 cka spirits. I10 bbl porter;
Macarlaas ft Co. 1 ca aula; Order, 3 ele blanket. 614
ce eoap- W L Creaa. 60 pkga railway. 27 pkga Iron ware;
Order, 30 blea bag. 3UO cka cement. XM bncka. 160 eke
Bear. 300 c ale. t ca clothing. 4 pkg troa war j O W
Macarlaaa ft Co. hit pkg liquors; E O Hall A Boa. 20
rkn t-vr an J Et.7 la trtui.'t t rt'-J
YMVtmm; r".7w""a ; Laan Broe 1 pkgs drags;
Lewer A Cowke. HI m shingle.. SO pkg peiats. glasa.elc
A Jaeger. 4 clock; Jaa Hon A Co. 1 pkas atove
U W Macarlaaa A Co. so cs be. sswkiaU ? Vk:
ceaaeat; Maciarlaa At Co. TS pkge liquor . BlaboD A Co
40 pkg paper. 3 ca typa ; BOrtAa. J pkg. pio.? - E P
Adama. 4 ca faralture-A W Bash. TUpfe Hoff
shlaeger ft Co. 4 pkg dry good : DUlinghim ft Co 167
hr. aaila: Laiaa A Co. ATS sks fi . ykl7 Z iZ' l.
4r V. rav
For Sen Francisco, per Clan Spreckels. Feb 8 fiW.lOO
lbssu?sr. Ifc.in value .V2.'JU 7C. Foreitrn iralue f il 10.
For San Francinoo. per Mee Foo, CunniOKbam. manter,
Ieb 10 lba riiL'r, 91 bnrhs banana. 12 bxs betel
leaven, 1W lbs tallow. lOiJi) Jitks sugar cane. 811 hides,
. aheep kin. Dom value to.VJl 82.
For San Franciwo. ir Ella. Feb 11 83V001 lbs sugar.
81.C00 lb rice. 1 oil pa in tine. Pom valueJ j8.064.88.
For Victoria. British Columbia, per Lizzie Iredale,
Feb 11 5y pkK in trauHtt for Victoria, 1109 pkgs in
tranalt for Portland.
From Windward Ports, per Likelike, Feb. 6 E A Hart.
W (i Irwin. T Sjenoer, B Spencer, Dr Cbalmers, W
Buckle, J N Tboiupoo. J Kekipi. O Kalal. L Loraoge.
Miss N Richardson. Miss Movie, Mis A Bond. Mr B O
Wilder and 2 children, Mrs J H Brown and child, Mr
Biigx. Mrs J .Movie. Mrs J Morton, Mrs M Rose, Mrs
E C Bond and child. V W Tuttle. J H Smith, W H Corn
well. C Burubam. AkanalUlii. H Friedlaader, W Ffloger.
F 8 Pratt. C Reynolds.
From Canton, per Mel Foo. Feb 3797 Chinese.
From San Francisco, per Helen W Almy. Feb 8 B H
Morrison, wife end son. Mrs F Power and 2 children.
J W Robinson. W ft Lawrence. Dr John Weir, D J Green,
C Mahon. Geo Hitton, Miss D Brsglan. Lewis R Whiting.
Jno Lang. Wm Dunbar.
From ten Francisco per A P. Jordan. Feb 5 X Ober
fcoff. John Corren. T Giovani. S Henry.
From San Francisco, per Ella. Feb 5 M Workum. F
Buskholt. M W McCbesney. N Hendlick. Wm Colemen.
fcandell Butter. X Fmerson. E Hopkins. J Dyer, H
Gregory, and laborers.
From Liverpool per Viola Feb 8 J Anderson.
For San Francisco per Clans Spreckles, Feb 8 W Bar
ker. H Norton. R M Blakeston. C Blnbtory and wife,
Hannah Sternberger, Charles Hansen.
For Ssn Franc iaco. per Ella. Feb 11 M Davis and son.
T R Graham. M Markheim. Mrs Flynn and son, O Bath,
Randall Rotter. M Hamilton, Ja G Leach.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12. 1831.
To-day Is the Anniversary of the
accession of Kino Kalakaua to the
Hawaiian Throne. The choice of His
Majesty by the Noble9 and Representatives
of the People on the 12th day of February,
1874, was attended with the violent out
break of a mob, who beat the Representa
tives and gutted the Legislative Haft.
This popular fury must be regarded as re
markable, since the Chosen Prince received
all but six of the votes of the Assembly.
However, the nial-contents were confined
to the city and vicinity; and we have seen
recently the loyal demonstrations to the
King of the chief islands of the group ; and
at this day, Kino Kalakaua is firmly es
tablished In the hearts of all his People.
For we see men who opposed his elevation
enjoying places of trust and emolument ;
and many of the rioters of 1S74 will join In
celebrating the commemoration of the ac
cession in 1881.
It is th-r duty of every one in the commu
nity to aid the Health authorities to com
bat the epidemic in our midst, whatever
may be the views of negligence or malfea
sance of officials.
The claims of British importers for
drawback, or the repayment of duties paid
under protest in 1877, have been presented
to the Government by Mr. T. H. Davies.
A. correspondent, who is a planter,
referring to our discussion of charges on
planters' produce in last Saturday's issue,
and other matters, says: "Agents of
Plantations reap large harvests from the
sweat and agony of long suffering planters."
Now we must say that such strong lan
guage is hardly applicable to agents of plan
tations in Honolulu, who derive only a mod
erate 2 percent, commission for much ser
vice and care, as we have before said, in con
nection with the shipment of produce; but is
applicable to the San Francisco agent, who
collects 5 per cent,, or one ton in every
twenty of sugar received from our planters
for the nominal sale of sugar tnat has
already been sold, by a pre-contract. This
is a gouge with a vengeance, that we won
dr the planters cati stand.
The Health Department needs an inde
pendent head. We note a good deal that
indicates confusion and misdirection in Its
operation. Stringent measures are misap
plied, or adopted too late. Stringent quaran
tine should begin at the first entrv of a Ves
d. Exceptions sbonl.J llot made In
behalf of 0J15 cla cf passengers. One man
niiaious to go home should not be allowed
to slip away on a steamer, whilst others
equally as anxious are strictly quarantined
in the city. Any patient who has a home
and a family should not be carted away to
a pest house, while another is quarantined
at his own domicile. And it seems a use
less precaution to station a constable to
watch an empty yard from which a patient
has been taken, whilst the drivers of a pest
cart or the workers at a pest house come and
go freely among the people of the city. And
other matters in reference to the present
health admistration might be mentioned to
show- that an important administrative
officer should not have too many irons in
the fire ; that the. Health Department
should be separated from the Interior ad
ministration ; that it should have a paid
President, and independent headquarters,
where there could be organized a more
thorough, impartial, aud efficient sanitary
work than at present can be carried out.
England has a vital and difficult
question to settle ; her ominous Irish
question. Why can she not settle it with
peace and perfect union, even as she settled
her Scottish question ? Perhaps . Flodden
or a Cannockburn must take place on Irish
soil to inspire more mutual respect between
English and Irish, before a perfect union
can be established. Races and peoples that
have fought each other heartily can become
very fast friends afterward. Irishmen
that delight in fight, and have fought so
well in every part of the world, feel that
they have not had any grand historical
battles on their own soil, and young Ire
land wants a grand bloody historical field
or two. But we hope, that it will not need
the carnage of a Waterloo to cement the
union of Britannia and Hiberula. All
liberty loving races must rejoice to see the
mother English speaking Empire united
and strong; and feel that it is a pity for
two sister isles, so prolific each one in brave
and generous people, to be ever at such
bitter variance. The anarchy of Ireland
must rejoice the heart of Peter's old Rus
sia, that trod down Poland under the iron
heel ; or of tha fanatic Ottoman, the en
Blaver of Greece and Asia Minor. And it
must rejoice the blood and iron men of
militarism to see England ; enlightened
and philanthropic old Eugland, sending
her guards to coerce her Irish brethren.
England should do better than this. Her
advancing statesmanship has learned to
shape her policy to promote her people's
welfare, rather than the interest of pro
perty, as of old; and it ought to settle this
Irish question nobly and harmoniously.
The glory of harmonizing Ireland, and of
establishing her, In perfect, free, and con
stitutional union withher sister communi
ties, will be greater thSkn the .glories of
many bloody fields; and if this cannot be ;
If brave peoples cannot be truly and
happily harmonised and united, because
the Moloch of vested Interests bars the way;
then there is a dearth of true greatness,
and of the genius of true statesmanship in
THE SMALL POX.
Since the last publication of names, tha
following new cases of small pox have been
Miss Saxton, Honolulu ; Kuanaliwa, (k)
Pauoa; Makanui (k), Kepehoni; Nelly
Solomon, Honolulu ; Namahana, (k) Hon
olulu ; Chinese girl, Kaneohe ; Awal,
Piimoku one of the female patients at the
hospital on the reef,dled yesterday morning.
Two cases are reported at Ewa and a con
stable left yesterday to Inquire Into thsx
and take any steps that may prove neces
sary. Two cases have also been reported at
the residence of Dr. Thacher, dentist, on
Beretania street. These, with those previous
ly reported, make 49 cases In all.
The Chinaman, Awal, whose case is re
ported from Kailua, left Honolulu surrep
titiously on Wednesday 2d Inst, and when
discovered by the police was found to be 111
of the small pox.
The Board of Health has engaged the
services of Dr. Kennedy as physician for
the Koolau district. Dr. Kennedy has paid
an official visit to Walmanalo and reports
that there Is 110 foundation for the rumor
which was circulated that cases of small
pox had occured there.
The Board of Health desire It to be
known that they will be glad to receive old
clothing and old linen,for males and females
for the use of the quarantine patients. Dona
tions of this sort, If sent to the station house,
will be received with thanks and forwarded
to their destination.
A report was received yesterday after
noon from Dr. Kennedy stating that he
had investigated a great many rumors of
cases in Koolau, and he was glad to report
them all without foundation. There are in
the district only the two Chinese cases re
ported at Kaneohe and in these the patients
have just recently gone over there from.
Honolulu, and are now being kept in strict
The Hon. Mr. Cummins has taken sharp
precautions to isolate Walmanalo from in
fection of small pox. Only persons who have
special personal business to transact will be
allowed upon the grounds of the Walmana
lo plantation until further notice, and these
will be restricted to certain particular
places of meeting which have been desig
nated for the purpose.
9 A. M. Two cases reported from Ewa
confirmed. A new case in Queen Emma's
There is some feeling about the fate of
Dejean, the restaurant keeper. On the out
break of the small pox, recently.the foreign
representatives called upon our Foreign
Minister, and after some representations
received an assurance that any subject of
Foreign Powers, who should be attacked
with the small pox and who had a
home and family, should be cared for and
quarantined in his own domicile ; and the
day after this understanding, Dejean is
taken sick, and subsequently removed in a
pest cart to the pest house on the reef, and
shortly after his arrival there dies ; dils
wife who accompanied him writing a sad
letter to the acting French Commissioner,
about the removal of her husband against
her protestations of ability to care for him
at his home, and the misery and discom
forts at the pest house. This has stirred up
a diplomatic breeze of which we hope to
give full particulars in our next Issue. We
since learn that Madame Dejean has
written another letter expressing her satis
faction at the arrangements that have been
made for her at the Quarantine station.
THE PRINCESS EEQEWT'S IPLT.
We publish a translation of the reply of
the Princess Regent to the Resolution of
the Kaumakapili Meeting, which we find
in the Ko Hawaii Pat Aina, as we have
not been able to obtain a copy of the orlgl
nal draft In English, prepared by her
Gestlsbxn : You Lata laid before me reso
lutions of a meeting of the people regard iDg
mall-pox, now in our midst, which is a cauaa of
appreheniion to us all.
Tbi disease baa destroyed race io times peat.
and we cannot bope to eacape it alwavi. Tbe
first appearance of tbia disease amooe as was in
1853, at a time tbe natires did not appreciate its
serious nature, ana the loss or lift was Brest; out
on its re-appearance in 18C3 and 1872. our peo
ple did not suner to muco, because tbev baa
suffered from it ia 1853, and tbej ' were more
willing to listen to adTice ana to do eil tbe?
could to preterit Its spread: and it did not spread
mucb, neither did it spread much on its last ap
pearance id 1877.
In tbe month of December last, there arrived
a steamer from San Francisco without the know!
edge of an j one, that there was a ease of small
pox on board; and a passenger came ashore, oa
whom small pox broke out afterwards. With all
proper and careful precautions and watching, it
is impossible to prefect such an accident jaevthis;
and it goes to abow that other races are Must. aa.
much liable to contract sickness as we are. Abe dis
ease did not spread from this person
Tbe second time was when the steamer - Casan-
dra armed from China, from which yeses! was
landed secretly one man with tbe email, pox, tbe
captain having previously stated that there was
no disease on board. This man waa hidden from
our authorities on board, and "s. landed at
night. Every means of providing Tor the publie
oafetv was brought to bear, ana by measures
being strictly enforced, no danger arose-from thfe
All cases that have been discovered slace, orig
inated on board the Quinta, which arrived -on the
12th of January, with a report that there was so
sickness 00 board. There were four passengers
who died at sea. and on questioning tbe captain,
be stated that they did not die of any contagious
disorder, and there was no reason at tbe time to
doubt tbe truth of what be said.
After tbe sailing of that vsasel.- men, part of
her crew who ran away from ber, told that those.
who died at sea bad small pox, ana mere were
two Chinamen on King street wno naa tne
disease lightly. From observations; there was
no sickness amen tbe passengers of said vessel I
-: J r.l . i"!,?-.-i k mna K. I
outside of those two Chinamen, and it mast be
from the sailors that our people bate eaogbt tbe
So it must be evident to yon. that It is not by
anv watchfulness or oar authorities that lalse
statements of captains can be prevented.
Do you understaud that my heart it aflicted
with great sorrow, and 1 bope this sickness will
not spread among us. I am doing and always I
- II .1 - ? - - . a. . I
Will ao, an iuai tie id ray power 10 prevent iia
spread, and I strongly urge all to help tne to
stay it, by obeying tbe aavice 01 those in autho
rity and physicians; and I also urge the people
slrongiv to go 10 piacc ui vaccinatum ana ee
vacciuated, and to stop the meeting together of a
maae of people, and to report to the authorities
tbose wbo may get tne aieease.
Rezardinz this thing 1 would like it well
understood, I personally saw within the past few
davs. attemDte being made to Carry off patients
and bide them in tbe outer districts, where no
medical aid conld reach tbem, and thus eause the
sicknoss to spread and infect tbose wbo other
wise mighn have escaped. I ask you all friends.
ol what use is a careful watchfulness, if such
foolish and mischievous work as hiding away the
sick is done ? I again ask. you all to urge tbe
people to give information about 'those who may
fee infected witb tbe aisease, ana to neip loose
who are entrusted wif b tbe care of tbe health of
tbe people, and you may rest assured that I will
do ail I can, to procure ell tbe needed help.
(signed) LmrocALavr, P. R.
The 111 Omened Year.
' Tbe world to au end shall come
Ia Eighteen Hundred and Eighty One."
Mather Shipton't l'rvpheci).
So many of Mother Shipton'a prophecies are sup
posed to have come true, that this last awakens ap
prehensions in many minds, and stimulates tbe
lugubrious vaticinations of Millerites, AdventUts,
and alarmists generally. And scientists come for
ward Co give effect to tbe old lady's lines of doom. The
British astronomer, Pitui Smith, who interpreted
the symbolism of tbe great Pyramid of Cheops, bad
determined from it that a cataclysm of this earth
was ia order for 1881 ; and an overwhelming
belief has prevailed ia many minds, who have read
his views, that this planet will have a dreadful ex
perience daring this year. Tbe syctbe of death
was to be pat to the harvest in tbe far east and to
sweep westward, with a swathe as broad as the con
tinent, aa til it reached tbe Pacific Ooean. Plagues,
famiaes.pestilsoers.eartbqutkes.Ioods and tornadoes
were to scourge the bumsn race until only a few
remained to repeople tbe earth with a sturdier and
mere God-fearing race."
And then tbe astronomers have set the heavenly
host, or at least all tbe Olympian gods in anay
against poor Mother Earth, especially Jupiter,
Mars, Venus, Saturn and Uranus, wbo are to be in
joint perihelion, or holding Privy Council with tne
San ; although tbe great star gazer Proctor, casts
some doubt upon this celestial confederation ; and it
is a pity ws did not get bold of birr, and interview
him, when he lately called at Honolulu, en route
eastward, and get our minds cleared up in tegard to
this antiterreatrial solar and planetary conspiracy.
However, a judicious authority says, " all star
gaicrs will have plenty of phenomena io tbe beaveus
to occupy their attention this year (1881). Tbe sky
will not present each brillliant pageants again this
eeatury. There will be a remarkable series of con
junctions, and double and triple conjunctions. The
most iatsresting of these is the great twenty-year
conjunction of J upiter and Saturn in April. This con
junction Is ons of the strongholds of the astrologers.
As it occurs in the sign Taurus which they say
rules Turkey and Ireland, they feel safe, on account
of recent ooeurreaoes. ia predicting very momentous
effects ia those countries from the conjunction .
Tbsre will also be eonjunctions of Jupiter and Mars;
of Vsaus and Jupiter, and of Saturn and Venus,
and the faraway Titans, Uranus and Neptune witl
play a part in this remarkable planetary levee."
Venus will reach ber greatest brightness in tbe
spring, and will be so brilliant as to be visible at
This will strain all our eyes sky-ward to gaze on
tha lovely Venus, looking dowa benignantly upon
our Arsbipelago in spite of Ibe ardent splendor of
angry Phoebus ; and will inspire bope to us islanders
that the Ooean Born will protect ber Oceanic children.
But to return to Mother Ship'on as one of her
latter prophecies was that " England would accep
Jew ; ' and as Eogland has done so, and is likely to
do so agaia, and place the reins of empire in the
hands of tbe son of Isaao Disraeli, tbe Jew. ber 'ast
prophecy acquires a profouoder significance in minds
prone to forget the duties of tbe world tbey live in
to think of some other one tbey may go to where
they can do what tbey neglect to do here. It is well
to have something to arouse some earnestness in
certain natures ; and if the hope of a Divine Redeem
er does not awaken them, tbe fear of a witch's
prophecy, and a planetary cataclysm may arouse
them. We hope to record in the P. C. Advertiser
the events in Hawaii nei of 18817
A disastrous fire oooured at Mr. Afong's Planta
tion at Haupakuea, on Hawaii, on Saturday last ;
caused by fire erackers, during iu5 c?!?br&t;6n 'oG
the Chinese New Year. m Nearly aj tli0 meQ's quar
ters were burned to tbe ground, also about two acres
of growing cane belonging to tbe natives were destroy"
ed. The disaster occurred during the fury of the late
Kona storm, which blew down some 1500 feet of tbe
new iitn. and a great deal of ripe cane. A targe
tre,B house was also blown over. Mr. Afong esti
mates his actual loss from fire and storm at $5000;
besides damages to result from loss of time in repair
ing tbe flume; and conieqoent loss of the cane
blown down, having no means of getting it to the
mill, until tbe flume is repaired.
Fourth Judicial Circuit Court.
Fkhrcak r Term 1881.-
neld at Nawiliwili. Kauai. 011 Thursday the 3rd
day ot February, A. D., 1881.
Hon. A. F. Judd, Justice of the- Supreme Con it
presiding ; Hon. Jacob Hardy. Associate ; W.
O. Smitb, Esq-, Deputy Attorney Gcueral.
CRIMINAL CASES. NATIVE JURY.
Nalbe Krkuewa (k) vs Ktati. Damages. Struck
from the Calendar (or nun-appearance of plaintiff.
Tbe King vs Kamakee (k). II nsebrcukintf.
Iudieted for baviog, on Nov. 4;ti 18fid. broken and
Birred a room occupied by one Iauwa (p) and
stolen therefrom 14 in cash one bottle, of brandy
on bottle of Pea Nut Oil und some tobacco.
Kealabula was assigned us Counsel for deleudant.
Verdict guilty. Sentenced to 18 months at burd
labor, without costs.
The King vs Limaeu (k). Currying deadly
weapons, uontinuea till next Term.
The Kior vs Ikeole. Larceny. Prisoner plea
ded guilty ia tbe District Court, and was sentenced
to on year's imprisonment at bard labor and u
floe of 860 aad costs. 93. W. C. Jones lor prison
er, who withdrew the plea of guilty and enters
plea of not guilty. Verdict of guilty. Sentenced
to eigbt months imprisonment at hard labor und
92 iue and costs. Motion in arrest of Judgment
overuled, and exceptions taken to tbe supreme
Tbe Kioff vs Kaili (k). Gross cheat. 1st decree.
Prisoner pleaded guilty. Sentenced to two years
imprteonmeot at nara labor, to date Irom the ex
piration of bia present mittimus.
CRIMINAL CASUS. FOREIGN JURY.
The King vs Adamu (p) alias Asara. Selling
liquor without a license (on appeal). V. C.
Jones for prisoner. Verdict not guilty.
The King Ah SiDg (p). Possession ol Opium
(appeal) S. B. Dole for prisoner- Verdict of not
Tha King Akama (p). Violation ul the
Sabbath. S. B. Dole lor prisoner. Appeal from
District Court. Verdict of guilty and lined $10
Tbe King veE. Lindemann. Assault on public
officer. Cbarged with bavi ng on tbe 29tb Oct. at
YTailua Kaf. assaulted one Kaukoe. a constable, to
prevent bin from executing a search warrant for
Opium on the premiaee of the accused. S. H. Dole
and W. C. Jones for defendant. Verdict not
The King vs Asiaa (n). Assault witb a knife.
Charred with barinv. on tbe eveuinir of Deo. 99.1
in tbe cookhouse of A. Dreier in Koloa. stabbed
-t.k - Vnl.l.... l - I f . .... IJ...m.. fl... .
witb a butcher knife one Herrmann
verdict guilty. Sentenced to z yearn imprison.
meet at hard labor and fined 925. W. C. Jones
CIYIL CASKS. MIXED JLRT.
George Cbarman vs Waia (k). Defertine bound
service. Appeal from local Circuit Justice.
Appeal withdrawn by plaintiff and defeudaut
J. W. Kaabea (k) vs Obao (w). From lost terra.
J. Kauai for libellant. Continued.
aleleliilii vs Haoanule (k). Discontinued un
there i doubt of the Respondent's being a leper.
KJnikl v Hooikaika. J. H. Kapuniai for libellant.
Ground leprosy. Continued to next term (not
S. V7. Mahlkoa vs Annie. On the ground of
adultery. J. Kakina lor libellant. Divorce
Davida vs Pahoulaule. Ground, desertion and
adultery. W. 8. Uolokabiki lor libellant. Di voice
Kahaukoo vs Kekua. Ground, desertion. J.
Kakina for libellant. Divorce granted.
Ia re Jas. K. Kawi. Complained of by W. U.
Smith Deputy Attorney General, for faUifyiiig his
record in too case of Bex vs lindemann, charged
with tbe aasault on an officer. J. Kiwi and .
Lindemann were sworn as witnesses for tbe Crown.
On account of other witneasea not being actessa-
Itl. An IHAtlil. m If. ? t . h. .ft... IT
ww,ww wmwu vi Aar. aDUlii u iuo vvuipiaiQl was
Good Job Printer I
APPLY AT THIS OFFICE.
(Successor to P. Daltou)
jNXo. OS xadxuLS street,
St DDL E Sc HARNESS MAKER and Im-
porter of LEATHKIl aou SADDLER'S HARDWARE
All work done in my establishment is under my direct
supervision, and I iU use my best eudeavor w please my
customers. XT Give me a call.
feS 'SI ly
TO THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL !
TO ALLAY TI1EFEARS OF MY CUSTOM
ERS and the community at large, and to contradict the
numberless ridiculous reports, I hereby state that neither
myself, Mrs. Horo, or any of my family or -workmen in my
employ, are affected with the Disease at present prevalent in
our city, all vUitiDg Pbysiciam pronouncing us all healthy so
far. Respectfully, Ate,
Honolulu, February 11th, 1881. ltl F. HORN.
HAWAIIAN TRANSLATIONS !
milEUNDEKSlG.NEll IS PREPARED TO
JL Translate, Witb
Accuracy and Dispatch, and on Rea-
DEEDS. LEASES. MORTGAGES, AVe., Ate.,
from KnglUh to Hawaiian, and vice verta. Residence, Na.
47 Kmma Street. May be found at Ibe Government Law Li
brary daily, from 9:30 to 12 o'clock.
fe!2 lm II. L. SHELDON.
TO THE PUBLIC !
TICK IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL
persons having personal business of any kind witb resi
dents of WAl.MAN ALO, that for tbe present tbey will be
restricted to Certain designated places of meeting establisbed
on the road.
JJ" No persona but those having ESPECIAL personal busi
ness will be allowed upon the grounds of the WAIMANALO
PLANTATION UNTIL KLRTUEK NOllCK.
fe!2 ail (Signed) JOHN CUM MISS.
ALL ACCOUNTS DUE TO OUR FIRM
on the 31st day of December, 1880, and which remain
unsettled on the 1st of March. 1881, will be placed In the
hands of a collector for settlement.
WKNNER At CO.
Honolulu, February 12iii, 1881. fel2tf
1st HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE BARK
VIOLA is not responsible for any debts that may be con
tracted by the crew.
Honolulu, February Sth, 18S1. fel2 3t
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
WILL BE KEPT OPEN EVENINGS
BARGAINS ! BARGAINS ! I
THE ENTIRE STOCK OF
Boots C&3 Slioes,
J. H. LYNCH'S, NO. 88 KING STREET
WILL UK ON SALE
FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY 1
o s -t Prices.
XT Call Karly and Secure Bargains fel2 At
The undersigned, Proprietors of the CITY Si QKltMANIA
MARKETS, hereby give notice to their patrons aud the pub
lic generally, that owing to the increased prices demanded by
graziers fur iteef Cattle and Sheep, (as well as tlic fact that
the former are smaller than in the p:ist) they will be compelled
on and after FKIIRIJARY 1st, to raise the price of meat In
their resiective Marked As follows: All Beef and Mutton
Cuts, 12 cents per pound; Veal. IS cents per pound.
- O. J. HOLT,
ja29 tf RAUPP k SCIIRADKR,
I, HILI.S DUE TO THE UNDERSIGN
ED up to January 1st. 1881. and not settled up by the
1st of February, wiil be put in the Collector's hands without
ALFRKD M. MKI.I.IS,
104 Fort St., Brewer's Block
Honolulu, February Cth, 1881. fed 3t
$5 REWARD 5
STRAVED (til STOLE FROM THE,
vicinity of Waiahole a I) LA UK UOllSK, stands high,
lore feet white, branded S. Whoever will return the same to
ARAN A, at Km;. ire Hotel Stables, witl receive the above re
ward. fe5 3l
'miE FIRM OP ROSE At CO.. CARRY-
M ing on business as Sugar Planters at Waimanalo, Koo
laupoko, Oahu, is composed or Myron J. Rose, Michael Lewis
and Joseph S. Gurney.
Myron J. Rose residing in Honolulu, and Michael Lei
and Jog. S. Gurney residing at Waimanalo, Koolaupoko, Oahu,
ROriE At CO
Honolulu, Oahu, Feb. 2nd, 1881. feA St
MR. W. L. GREEN AND MR. II. MAC
FARLANK will act for me, and my firm, under a joint
power of attorney, during my temporary absence from this
G. W. MACFARLANK.
Honolulu, January 17th, 1881.
NEW LAW OFFICE.
T C. JONES. (Arks) Atlarary wairf Vmuu-
TV a seuor at i.aw and ueneral Laud Agent aud Collector,
will practice in all Courts of the several Inlands in the King,
dom. Office first room over the store of Dillingham Co.,
Kort Street. Ilnnnltilit n
In a Good Paying Business I
-SATO KNOWLEDGE OP THE BUSINESS
a required. A mao with as mucb capital as tbs present
Proprietor to be an
Active Salesman and Attend to Outside
Orders, is what is Wanted.
016 KNQtilKK AT T5 HOTEL 8TRKKT.
"Big Collar Harness Shop
C . H A IY1 fJl E R ,
8G 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 necessary for stable use at
BEDROCK PRICES for CASH
XT Repairing of every description dime in the best possible
manner, with the beat material, at lowest workmen's rate.
All Work Guaranteed or Exchanged
fi Look for the " liig Collar!" 1
PARISIAN AND AMKRICaN
DRESS MAKING ROOMS,
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets, up Stairs.
Mrs. Paale Wssld It r-prrt Tally Call Ihr Al
ieniisi mC Lai ! ira ls II cr Very
MEASURING AND CUTTING,
which cannot fall to give the necessary ease and
grace so essential in fitting every figure.
Special Attention will be given to
MOIRNZ.NG, YTEDDIXG iXD TRITFLIXC SflTS.
XT Ladies Riding Habits a Specialty Alao, th Latest
Parisian, London and New York Fashions on View, for the
Benefit of Patron.
K3 Order from Ibe Other Islands will Receive Prowft
To the General Public.
2Ft 12 .a. T
In Consideration of the Patron
age Bestowed on them
"By tbe Residents of these Islands, Lave rcutludrd ti
Show Their Appreciation
BV GIVING HI KIR
TO BK HELD IN THE .
NEW MUSIC HALL.
FEBRUARY 25th, 1881.
TO BE GIVEN AWAY
Kach admission ticket will have a Coupon attached, bearing
& number on it,
So that those entitled to a Pres
ent will simply refer to tho
Newspapers or Printed
ijists, after the Commit- .
tee have awarded the Presents.
Alt holder of tickets, uaable to attend the Musical Festival,
will be as fully advised of I lie results of the awards as though
hey were piesent on the occasion.
Er Ticket, ahould be secured at once as the sa!e of the
limitej huilIrt will pass off rapidly.
PICKERING & CO.,
CHEAT 1XL HTOHE.
P. O. BOX 97, Honolulu.
Tickets can be bought at Mr. A. McWAYNfc'S Drugstore
and aeats secured in advance of the Concert,
Due notice will be given of the Attractions to take plxce in
connection with the
PRESENTATION EXHIBITION I
Dress Circle especially Reserved for
Ladies and Families.
It is the Manager's wish t render this
"P'RT'.R'R'iMf A TTOTM HO'Mfi'R'R.T f
Beneficial Enjoyment in Every Way,
And as some of the I' resents are
Magnificent Adornments to the Home Circle
A well as all being Useful and Ornamental, it may
be readily perceived that as
Every Second Ticket Receives a Present,
That the Proprietors only desire sulHrient finances to defray
All parties desiring to see tbe Iteautilul Tianos, Organs and
Musical Boxes, dec, can view the same now oil Exhibition at
I IV ANY CAHK.
7 The ollowing schedule oraprises a partial list of the
Preseuts to be awarJ i
V Mstssilsscrsst I la si as. witl. Sloala,
(oblique, by Bor-1 of Pari.) just received by atmr.
Zealandia, value $700
2 Satoeriar A Irxmnslrc) Oricai.. received
per atmr Z-alandia, value .. f JOO 1'
S M sjairail Uaxe. playing six tunes each, va ue $250
25 Jteesrrfessi, ranging from $10 to $20 each. .
Choice lot of tMul Gold and Cold Plated Pen and Pencil Cases.
Scarf Pins aad Sleeve Buttons,
Karrings, 8eta of Stnds,
Collar Buttons, Fine Masonic Rings,
Tooth Picks, Vases in Sets,
Perfumeries In cut fiass bottles,
i0 l0STI0iEHKi'IV,,,ts n' K- RirFii,
White and Fancy Shirts,
60 Boxes of Fine Cigars, 4c, ke.,
POR FURTHER PARTICULARS SKK
ENUMERATED CIRCULAR LISTS.
Order from the other Island for Tickets filled with
AU order lor ticket., which are placed at Two Dollar Kara
most be accompanied by the CAbll, addressed to
PICKERING & CO.,
I XIj STokfc,
P. O. BOX 9T, HONOLULU, 3t
IN TIIKSIJI'KKMICOURT IHKTHe'i.V
wanan Kingdom. Kalakaua, by tbe Gr.c ot
Hawaiian Islands. King: U of !
To IV ilium i C.Iarke,Kfq,Mr.1,.lof Ibe K ingilom or ,.
U.'.uty gieeling: ioa are hereby commanded to 'u ' l'
Henry U lej. defendant, in case be sl.all file a written Wo"
null i. ; , i t,- days after service hereof, tn I.- . V ""
M. Giles, plaintiff, should not be awarded hrr .'Ue
tenor of her annexed petition. And have you lli.i, a, H .. '
this writ, with full return ol your prr,ree,liK, thereon re
WItns. Hon. CIlARLl-S C. H A RUM. thief Ju, of ft
Supreme Court, at Yooolulu, this .3d day of October .
(Signed) a. ROSA, Deputy Clark
ISo service made on tbt within fumtnouf, tbs wlibJo
tioned U ones bsviog left this Klnon. o th lluf d!,
August. 1879, on th Uermao bark Malvloa for Hooskon. '
Wl VV. C. ffAKKK, Mak,
Honolulu, Oahu, ss:-I hereby certify that tbs witblo ana
fore-oing ,, . ,ru and faithful copy of ordinal suttmcM
issued in the l.ibel for Idvorc. Emmelln a. M. 0??
Henry Giles and also of the Marshal's return thereto, tod ,h
by reason of s.id Marahal's return lb Court, at the "anu
Term thereof, a. D. 1881, did order the c.a cont.nued Z
PJrcrld'nno be printed a prescribed by ikI
Apr I Terrr,?U' " "'d KMPoden 2 Jft
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand this SJ
day of February, A. D. 188. '
JISO. E. BARNARD.
Clerk supreme Court.
THE MJI'RKMl' sorTui.
Kingdom of tt.e Hawaii.. Is-T. " " " "
Andrew Welch vs. Thomas tfpeoeer In Ilankru.,io n
fore I hiefJuMice Harris " uankruptcy. Br-
Whriem an or.)r lianl - .
n. t - mV.1v.:. .T.-lTrr i January In.
this 25th day of January, A. U. 1881.
Court at Honolulu,
n r Pot' ,u"tic of ' I'upreme'Court
NO. E. BARNARD, Clerk. j, j
A Juilieiitl iMxtritt. liwiiiin i.i. ...i.
In the mutter ol the
the 11 L I O II A M A K V A POKO. Maui On
the pettt.onof Ja. M. Alexander J -7?
Makawao. be aei in- i .V. " . ,,ou'
- ..... . . . .
petition, and any objections that may be offered "hereto
the petitioner, ( name, are herewith .u.5Cd o...
e.,K,aily not.fled and cited to attend, and all other, who
have an interest It. sid land. The ,el,.,ners are, J A'
Alexander, John hslun.. K. Riha, (Ouardiat, f tirlhSimi
Kul.i Man. Moke Nawai. I . II. Hohron. W.k.o . Toki i
heKalmna, Joe Ai.lone, Keoki "aki, C. II l,ckrv n 'L
Sugar Co by 8. Alexander, Manage'r, Oe" E Ueek'.i ,
Al.lr tf I J.r.i.. iT ,7 ?j. '. V U"'IK.C. II.
... . ... ,,. naoiumauiiu.
Al'iTHnitt.r A lltil.lurl.. v :t: tr :
... - iu, utu, nwuuft,
Circuit Judge and Judicial liitri.
Iihaina, Jan. 7, 1S81.
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
TICK IS IIKKKBV CilVKX Til TI1B
suant to a Hwer of sale contained in a certain deed of
mortgage dale.1 the 9th day of March. 1877. made between
fainuel Kahiinoku, of the one part, and A. J. Carlwriidi ol
the other part, and recorded in Liber 4S, folios 37 Slid 3a';B
the ntlice of the KegiBtrar of Deeds, in Honolulu. The said A
J. Cartwrij;!it ititetid. to f -redone said mortgage, and after th.
tune limited by law, to cause tbe said inortiiiiged property dr.
s.rib.d in sHid niortxave deed, to lie sold at public auetioa for
a breach ol the conditions containej iu the (a 1.1 deed Tins
I roperty is s.toated at Kaneohe, KtMlkUMko, I aland of O.lm
. . J- CAKTWIUUIIT. MorUanee
RICHARD P. IIICKKKTON. Attorney r Mortgagee
Dated Honolulu, January 16th, lbsl. jal6
A IA. KINDS OF IIIDKS. WKT A l lilt I'.
UM. AUo. Mieep and tioat Bkliis.for which the lligheal Cash
I'rice will be paid.
I'. O. IIOX 41. IIL'OII MACKAY.
lyS-Oiii 1'roprietor Honolulu Tsnnery, Koholuloa.
Notice of Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
'MIK CO lA KTNKItSIIII IIKKKTOKOHK t.X
inttnrf lietween J. 8. Walker. '.. 8. Kpaliling and Wm 0.
Ira in, under 'he Arm niwne f WM. (I. lit M IN k Co., it tbi
day dissolved by mutual consent. All liabilities will be as
sumed and Indebtedness collected by V.'ru. U. Irwin, aha
al'ine is authorized to sign the flrni name in settlriariil of in
"" J. 8. WAI.KKR,
Z 8. I'AI.UIMJ,
WM. O. IHVIN.
Honolulu, II. I., July li-t, 18S0.
I.I. tCtOL'MS III7K A If owim; to
Hie I'ACIKIt: CO MM KUC I A I. A DV r.RTIHtK UfUre uu
I to and including the Uutli dny of August, must be aettM auk
J. II. 11 lark only.
And all indebtedness up to the same dais
M ill be nettled by
J. II. lil.Al'K.
Honolulu, August 30, 1880.
JLKT IN TITE LIGHT!
''Mi: IlAMl-WItlTIMJ OFTIIKIIOI.V
1 fpiril is na plain un the heavens aud upon the rartl:,
coudtinning to destiuclinn this v.ckd Kingdom ol diahuonl
men, us it was umii the walls of Uelslmit'ir's dining room iu Iks
iniilatofhlti thousand banqueters. MK.N'U I KS 10 TICK Kl.
I) 111 A It 'I was written on the walla which no on of
his guests coul 1 understand until his Queen sent for DsuH
who told tie King, God hath numberej thy Kingdom and Bo
iilied it; .hou art weighed in the balance and art found
wanting, tiiy King Join is given to the Medes and Persisost
that uigjit HrUhazzar was slain, Darius then undertook Li
Kingdom, when JVt. T. IU. OS2 stepieil iu with
bis DUMP HVtAC WAGONS AND VAStt
CA RTS. They are built of the Drat Material that can be
had in the Kast, us all my stock ia selected by a Special
Agent, and by that means I am enabled to do the Oood Work
that I do. I wish also to rail attention to lb flae carriage
that I am turning out.
Beg pardon. I must relate a little Incident that occurred a
few days ago. One of my IIICIIL,Y FIMSIIKD
CA It ill A C ES was standing near the Drinking Fountain
on King Street, when a gentleman and lady were passing by
and all at once tbe horse look fright and nearly became un
manageable; but the driver got the animal quieted down, aud
he came in with the same weight be want out with, and saved
stakes. Out come to Investigate the matter, the horse lok
(right from seeing his shadew in M V (J f J ,y r .
1SIIKD CARIIUOK that Waa standing Bear lbs
Fountain I alao am flni-hlng np some ery nlc FA M I
IV lAKKIAGKS and MIMIC TOP PHJi-
TONS. which I shall soon hav reads fu a.la. Alao.
K KI'A I It I NO, PAINTING, Tit IM INC. aud
everything peruining lo C A R It I A O K WORK, will b
DOXKJUST A SLOW AN IT PU8SIUI.V CAN
BK, as you all know that I have had NO VIMITM TO
TIIK STATES Oil KUltOPEt and my low rent,
and plain manner cf living enables me to Com down to lb
UKD HOCK PRICE.
030 M. J. ROME.
nv. 1U3 FObT BTRKET,
B,7u ,T,V, ''"KM TIIK I.ADIICM OK HO
NOI.L tIJ and of ibe adjacent Islands, that
She will Keep Constantly for Sale.
Splendid and Most Fashionable Ataortment
MILLINERY GOODS !
Ladies' ami Children's Underwear.
Ked).Made Suits for Ladies' aud Children, all klndsi
Hats Trimmed in the Latest Style, and completed u
BRILLIANT & DELICATE NICETY OF ART
A rHandififtlrder left with her Agents to Con
stantly Forward her by th steamer.
The Latest & Most Advanced Styles
la the Art af BXIIIIirrT. rs" aialih.tsadlr
th Kitra Kxpf.sf efrftiDr tQ hU K,1JC.
dom, Her Charges will be ts Moderate as those of tbe
MILLINER SlQ R TH E COAST.
She will llwayt Keep a Seleet Stock of Udlei'
Fancy Ribbons, all kinds;
Real Ostrich Feathers,
Laces, Trimmings, and
LADIES1 FANCY TRfMIIKGS
f . . . e . ui.reme Court at the OctolK-r Term il,ere.-f i
held at ll.o i Court Room of the Court Ilouie, llo,,oJuV''
Island crohu, on Monday, the 4.h day ol October ""
..-.11.,,u1rcuii- mm io UKt putiiiion
Itrobfrtv tif Tn Kta, mi,, K.7 "lun
- I"-v itiiw, 1II1UU UI list VBlt an,, I t
put l. counting houses, store houses, effects, bok. l'd ui
Row. therefore ,t i. or.lerej that MONDAY, the t4th J..
of Tebruary, A U 1881, at 10 o'clock A M ' 1, ' ,1
ber. at A.i.olat.i IU,e, Honolulu? be lue U VoTi'
hearing ail ,.,j., . . deeding the oue.lion L?d
a summon, to appeur at said lin.e aud place .
IIVTIII mv IlMIIIl Btlll a
rMilnis iai.il Hti.t..
nrttaiiur.:,. i; n. ie key, ncj twentv.d.r.-r 9
porii,.,.. of land ia the' UVlO ? l-iAWkT-f
praynm tht c,u.iip.i..er. be appointed to dividend
apart to each o..e of auij ireh. Iders his doe n!l , '
j ..l.,re in the ..id -llui - it is ordered that rhVu AY til
2Dthof Febru.rv 18h1. .hi ..' . n,.u
OF ALL Ktvria. - tt