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H. W. SEVEBANCE,
. lAWilUN COXMft. AND CO.MMISSIOX
2 I MEKCIIANT. 310 California Street, Ban rroc-n,
teroi. tX " N - ol ir
o. r.oorria. hihht roi-
GEORGE F. COFFIN & CO.,
jHirPHG 1.1 d coamssio.i mlbuii.ws,
Jf-. 13 PUic Street, Union Biork.
"liRTlCri.AR ATTENTION CIVKS TO
I Aula Hawaiian orders, and saiulaclioa grnut'l.
JOHH HARVEY & CO..
'COMMISSION MERCHANTS mmd WOOL
Iihrwti Pat of MoolixmL
jal7 80 advance on CorMifnrterits
A. P. EVERETT,
Ftrwardlnsfc Commission 31creliaiit
to rao.iT sTairr. corner clat
ratllar attsotiosi paid t Cowianof I.Ian I Vl'"
WILLIAMS, DIMOND & CO..
Shipping L Commission Jlerchaiils
N..S IS Cllfr-Irel.
SAN FRANC I. -CO.
VT. H. CEOSSMAN & BRO.,
11, iMlntr o.l CoiiiimIhkIoii
11? taWri Slreel. NKW VOKK.
Cuth A Cooke aad J. T. Watrrhouie.
(ESTABLISH EI 1802.)
INDIA RICES 1YHLI-!
MUS10.1 ft. IREM0.1T STS., SIS IRlMlM", C.IL.
THE INDIA RICE Ml LI- AFTER MX
TEN YCARA of practical espervrnce and improvr
icat. la now U sekreat to perfection of an; of the Kce Mill
of tt world. Ia Uocoojbnesa of Cleaosine and FulM.inz it
stands aorivaled-, and ia yield of Cleaned, Merchantable Kice
froaa Ihw Paddy, predates from 5 to 8 per cent, more than
IA Cl0rated klillaof A mater Jam.
TIIK INDIA RICE M I LI. U now in Perfect
Raoaiof Order fr the
HlllHG k DRESSING OF PADDV !
Iron ta Hawaiian laUnda, to which it ia Socially Adapted
PADDY AND HULLED RICE !
Will Receive Prompt ami Cartful Attention.
WM. M. GREENWOOD,
isaiaaisa Merchant and Proprietor of India Kice
TOE J. HI. BRUMKK k BALKE
THE LARGEST BILLIAED MANUFAC
TURER'S IK THE WORLD.
Established kaChica'. Sc. Looi. New York and Cincinnati,
and having beaidea araochea In all the principal Cities Cf tl.e
Oar object ia thesst bland, ia ( the purpose of sopplticg
all who may leal the Dccraaity of oroameuiiog the !. n and
abattlauaf with billiard. .
TABLES WHICH ARE THR
Non Plus Ultra of the Trade !
Oar Table arc undoubtedly the beat ever mano!ac:ured,
and oar Cnahiona are highly appreciated, bavinc rclvd the
radoraeaaewt of the beat Frofcssioeal and Amateur I'lajrra
throan boat tha world. Our foods are admitted by en.our
boldest competitors to b aneaalled in beauty, quality, and
flaiab, aad we tare the moat extensive eatabiiahment t4 the
sort la the world.
We caa fill ordera with freater facility, an I afford t-tu.-r
aaliafiactloa lhaa any other Billiard Table manufartorera.
The aadera'goed would moat respectfully ask Ibe attention
af the cltiaaaa of Ibe Wands to the
FIVE BILLIARD TABLES,
Now ia aaa and imported from the above manufacturer.
And wowld venture to nf that tbeae Tablea cannot Le lu
any way sceOed. All Cbampioa flayers and expeiu pro
Ho. 1. & tht Sett Tables Manufactured.
AO Champioo gamea aad the bigeat run are male on
thaaw Mwamreia Table throughout the I'nitrd Matrs
All Intormat.oo rrqaired caa be had by applying to the un
deraigaed, who will be moat happy to receive orders lot any of
the Tables, each mm
ECLIPSE CAROM & FOOL,
ECLIPSE POOL & CAROM TABLES,
Which are the Tables cf the Cay.
Ordera solicited lor any part of or full tu:du in the tilliard
Lin, such aa
Clotlu, Balli, Cues, Racks, Markers,
Bridges. Maces, Chalk, Tips. Sec.
I would ala call to notice, the Beautiful
ReYolrifig Parlor Billiard Table, with
Stationery Parlor Billiard Table, with
the Monarch Cushions.
The Parepa, Bagatelle and Pigeon Hole
Watch are. of superior quality and Snub.
Tha Wat but not ktaat cornea the
A beautiful Table, much salted fur ealooo purpose. Time
Tables are bath useful and ornamental aod most suitable to
parties ha ring small parlors aad rooms.
The aoeee Tables, eotflta, Ac. and every thing in the Cil
Hard Line, will be pas down to the Lowest t igsre and war.
raatad m every particular, or no sale. Tables in use generally
oa th Caul are 4xS aad 41x9.
for fall particular please address
lioaotaia, H. L JAMES S. LEMON.
Altai fer Ihvw J. M. Bratwowlck Ac Ualhel's.
THE GREAT, MONARCH'S
AND ' '
Prix a Standard Nonpareil Novelty Tables
Are m daily ase and caa be sera at the Commercial BUiiard
Fartnrs, suraar ot Nuoana Avenae and Bvreianl !irert. an
der the aaparwe maaageseal ! C. II. Eos. Esq . who is al
ways ia attendance la wetrnct Bad attend to wants of the
Lasers of the CUE.
(TTader Ue charge of MR. ROBERT ROB1NON)
Allacbad to the SaJoo ie Kbcrany supplied with CllOICt:
.TARIXTIXS caTSae WINES
Cil AM B CRT IN
" W Uk ttqaurs af (he beU brands, along wiiViyolite a it alien
soaaaane aa mahe at Uksoaost pleasant place ol resort aad
rsftsahmeol La lite eUy. -
J AS. S. LEMON, v
Horses, Buggies, Harnesses, and
JCST IKRIVCD PER BARKT. EL'RKK A.
FO II SALE CHEAP.
Orttfi uxeafcr WPCaTED liORSM BVCaiL'er
rrery serpUa. - ; . uyjg, LRTT, , '.
a dvkktimm; uji:xt. SI MERCHANTS'
I.Xt'HAN'"'. :', Cai:lorti"; ia authorized
to rct ie a Ivrrii-' n-.tn I r !);; ro:ucir.scf (his papr.
X4 JL -ti 2. JC JS. '
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2" . V tJTfrtifns Sftllrltrd for all -ews-
fiptr rn!ijl-5tf if.n l!:f Vat iCr ( oat, Ihf Sandulf h
l-Und, PeljaflJ. Vi-xlfsa Port, raiiamt. Valpa-rai-o.
Jjpjn. I !iini, rw Zt-.t!and. thf Australian
folunifs Ilir la-trrn Mcfr aud Knropr. File of
nrarl) etfr) rM-paper rnblihfd on the ratifif
fa-t are kepi (oa-tani!) ou Hand, and all .Idtrr
lirr arc. AMovifd I rrf Afrt. to thfin dariuc Dosl
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TlKR i h'pt n t,n,t of l- p HS'IKR'
The Great Popular Monthly,
THE C 4 LI FO K N I - N i Hie l "" popular
u.'.fi (!!' cri i -.1 n ilir I'arilic Coast. It is the
ii.Iy icn.:ni:.e t of t!.e Miissippi Vallrjf, and Is Tu!!
i.f the i"-u4 I V 't tl.'T fJr-at M'ct, Its Ure ml
bun.!s tce!j piini'-'i are filltd with intert-stiig arid
valaaM: cnntr.l uii"in fn m l lie nj of niun; tl tlie al)!e?t
ai. l iiiost en.itJi :t writers iu the I'tiiH d States. It 1 uni
versally and l ijlily reo iiimi nilcJ by the local ami EaMrr.
Pre. It the ri.-ir.g m:i;.'z i- of lie day, aod its excel-P-nce
ir.rre.iri iib each iu-?. Vrnrly Subscrib"
liwi in Ailianrr, I.Ofl. Single Xumbrr.
Thirly-lirr Cral.. oc20 ly
The Rn.ljn.w Manufaclurin? Company (limited Capital
J,(M.0.0tiO), l!i-t'i. (America.) will forward, l.trt-after, even
one aii.ji'- watch l any part of the world at wholesale
price, i. e., 3i pt-r cent, cheaper l!ian ariy watclimaker, as
n .n: of ihetn arc maiiufacturii.z w arches themselves, but only
buying them (r-.m here. We cull ill-; p-irticular attention ol
every one iuiendii.g to l-urcliaae a Ort-clu:S reliable watch
to our following pr.ee '.i-; :
Silver Watch, t'ryital K'.a-ss, secoixU hurl..... $ i 50
Silver Watch, liuntinp cane, engraved. bijfli'y linislnd . . U.50
Ml- r V alch, t,eletuQ inorement. Extra Jeweltd. stout
iloulti'- cover.. 5 00
GoM W.tcb. Jeweled. l air.tainiiig Tower, Crystal
tio'.tl Wateh, liall Hunter. Enamel or Col I I'ial, 1-eYcr
escaeinerit . ....... .......... 0 00
ti'.M Watch, Hunting t.'ane. Superior Nickel Movement
1 quality with all the latest iinproemenlg, 2
'i'll.l Covert 10.75
KKYLKSS ir'l TC1IRS,
.The Keylem meehini'in to a w.ilclt one of the creat mod
ern improVern-nt i.i watch work, it Uooa away wi:h the old
fashioned key, with nj::b o m iny persons have ruined their
watches. The watch is wound by turning a nurled knob
placed on the handle or l ow, inn-ad of lv the oidiuary
mean-; the handt arc t in the same way. Tie; advantages
of thce improvements are obvious, the case, which neverneed
be opeoeil in windin?, is made air-ticht and dut-tieht, thus
preservin niu -h l-.i-r- r ti e fluidity of the oil, and greatly pro
lungiog the int rva s Letween the necessary cleaning of the
Silver Kcyies Watch, Levi r Movement, Flat, Jeweled,
t'rysfal li!a 4 25
Silver Keyless W alch. Itouhle Cover, Enamel or Orna
mental .ilv.-r l ial 6 25
S.lver K -yI-s Watch. Sui-eri-.r Skeleton Movement,
Extra Jrwe'etl. rt ut Houhle Civer. $.75
;M K')!i Watc!;. t'ptii race. I.evr Kcaeiueiit,
Ten Jkv-U 11 25
;o'.d Keyless Watch, Half llmiler. I.'est Movtmetit, all
l it--1 iinj.r'-v. m-nt. 15 Jewels. .............. . 15 00
Gold Kejless W aii h. Two Stout lo!d Covers. Chronom
eter Moveti.ent wilh Center Second IlanJ, a
spl-ndil watch fr prefer. tation. ............ ... IS. 75
(io d Keyless Chronometer, IJol.l Covers. Movement of
fimst workmanship. Cef.ter S.cor.d Hand, repeal
ing hours and quart ...... . .................... ii.10
4ioH Keyiess Chronometer, tlmptriul Chronometer),
showing liys. ilate, weiks and month on dial,
rel etting i. ur. qu irti-rs and eighths, 3 heavy
Gold Covers, warr iiited f--r 5 ye.irs. aud without
louhl the h-t and l...nd-" lie st watch ia ex
g All the alxire wat l.e r.n lc had i:i rmatl-r izr to suit
M. f..r ladies' wear at the siu:e lrice. Monograms, Initials,
arms, etc , engraved on tl.e l ack of Ihe watch free of charge.
s All our Watches are thoriigMy Cni-hed and ready for
as irmuedi it- us -, nl mill he -nt ecurely packed in M"
rovo ca. ( frer. to any part of the world, together with
1 are in lin-pr. nirs. rla-ej ai d keys, lhee hi-in.' a (treat C :i
venier.ee, as i:i man) oul-of-il.e w ay pUces.il is almost a mu ter
of irr.p'e-iil,ilit to r pi ic one of th-se article.
Ev-ry w.lih is accon.p.iiiied hy a mrille
eJ eoar.ii.l.- -ins ih- rejal iriiy ami U-rrioiily
ten wain' i.
ly of its work
manship f.r a -nr. duru : hih time no charge will i
made for repairing if the watch is returned l-t free.
111 our Hold C':is are IS c irat Hull ; Ihe Silver f:.e
are of the be-l sterling Silver.
Six-jH-r e,t. li-c. nut willelie allowed ou orders for i
and more wjlches.
All our w itches hive compensation lialance, which ren
ders them iq-ially accurate in either h t or Cold climate.
Iwe All watch s may he ordered
4 hulls, wil'i enrav- d, plain p
ca-ses, without did rence of price.
or without s-conds
cd or engine turned
a." No orders from ahroa I filled nnlcss accompaniid ry a
remittance to cover the amount, or a refcrenceon a Bos
Persons residing in any part of the world need not hesitate
lo forward their ord-rs U this establishment as they may rely
upon r.ceivine Ihe exact w.il. h or.HPred l y them, which if not
approved, will he exchanged free and safe by post, or money
refund d The Inst n.taus of sctulinff money is by draft on
New York. I'aris or Lor.d n, which can be procured at any
hanker and every where, or enc.e the amount in bank-notes,
gold coins or postae stamps of any couotry of the world. All
orders, Ihe small- -i as sell as the most important, will receive
Ihe same particular attention and will he forwardeJ without
dil.iy. Ue respectfully ak f r a trial order.
The Rodanow ManPg Co.,
5 and 7 Portland St.,
BOSTON, U. S. of AMERICA.
trade Journal & Exporter,
Prodnce Markets Review and General
Published MeMt.ly. an I in Ki.-li-h Indist.eiis.ible for pur
chasers of Continental (a.!; gives W holesjtle Prices, and
Dis.-nur.ts allowed. 4
Wines, llrandies. Pres. reel Provii'-., Fancy Goods,
Millinerv, lr -ss Materials, Glass, Porcelain,
Plat -d Ware, Watches, Clocks.
Keat and Imitation Jewelry, l o.is and Shoe,
Perfumery, Photoeraphic and Printing Materials,
Toys Oleographs, Scieutifll and Musical Instruments,
- Drugs. Ch-rn;cal. Pliarwaceulical Preparations,
Mal.otiery, Sweet. S.Iks. VarnisLes, Paints,
Pspcr Ilantrngs, Etc.. Etc.
Also Prices Current of Prcduce. Market ReKrls, Notices
on Industrial Novelties, Trade Intelligence, Etc.
Annu l sruhscription 5s for Postal I'nion, aod C for other
Money orders payable lo GKORGE VATKB3 on Paris or
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Address THE HilNt II TRAI'K JOURNAL EX POUTER
cVJ U. Ku- .te Chil.rol, Paria, Erauce. ly
W. C. BORDEIVT,
AUCTIONEERS COMMISSION MERCH'NT
L.4I)li:V AMI GKVTV IIOSIEKr.
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS ! !
Ladles OntV 4. Cliildrrn's Hoot? x Shoes,
GROCERIES A.M CANNED Go D.,
Hardware, Crockery and Glassware, To
bacco, Cigars, Pipes, Yankee Notion.
PATENT MEDICINES, ETC.
SO. 32. ANU 31 FRONT STREET,
' myl5 ly
OKfJANlSTOF SiTX'I)RKWS PRO CA
THEDRAL. Teacher of Pianoforte and Organ. Resl-
rito TIIK RESIDENTS OF IIONOLLLC
I aod the other Islands, before purchasinft or ordering el.se
vThere, call at our Store corr.er Eort and King St., and exam
ioe our stock of
Dry Goods !
Fancy Goods ! !
Cutlery, Vases, Accordeons,
Pianos and Organs, Socks.
Underclothing, Towels, Eedspreads.
Solid & Plated Jewelry, Tobaccos,
Cigars, Pipes, Soda Waters,
la Furl. Ibe Grratrst Variety in IIouolulu.
Hours 6 SO a in to 9 p. m. Saturdays f the accommoda
tion, of all, on until II p. m. Orders solicited.
PICKERING A. CO.
Premiums for 18SO-81 !
5 LARGE 5
Beautiful ( Iironios !
F REE ! !
btii g determined uot only to keep up with the limes, but !o
keep ahead of all competitors, I have had got tin up Fl V E
LARUE t-IIKO.MOS. 13 by IS inches in size, and
shad give THE FIVE FREE to every subscriber to
ihe FIRESIDE VISITOR I In addition lo this, I
shall not only keep the VISITOR op lo its present stand
ard, t ut shall materially improve it during the year. Our
Chromos are made iu pure Oil Colors, and are printed in 20
colors, and any description I might attempt lo give ofthem
would not d them justice, yet I will give our readers a partial
description of thewi, in order that they cau get some idea of
Iheir loveliness :
No. Hit fin- Chroma done in pure Oil Colors, iu 20 print
ings, size 13 by IS inches, entitled:
Beware ! Reware ! for
" She is fooling thee,
She is fooling thee,
Trust her not
Oh, truet her not "
This subject is represented by a beautiful young lady sitting
iu a rustic chair, beneath the overhanging branches of a tine
old elm tree ; she ia faultlessly dressed, with her long, golden
ringlets hanging down over her thouldcrs; in her lap is a show
er of beautiful flowers. Near by is a beautiful waterfull, while
in Ihe distance tower mountain peaks. Taken as a whole, it
is a lovely picture the beautiful lady in the rustic chair in a
thoughtful mood, luxuriant foliage all around, the beautiful
flowers, the landscape, with the blue canopy of heaven o'er
all combine to form an enchanting scene, and one that can
not fail to satisfy all.
No. 2 is a Que Oil Chrotno, in SO colors, size 13 by IS in
ches, entitled :
A beautiful girl of eight years Is out gathering lerns she is
barefooted, wilh no hat on her head, the wind playing with
her golden lock, the hs her apron lull of ferns. It is a
beautiful picture of childish beauty and innocence, and cannot
fail to find favor in the eyes of ad. The coloring of the land
scape is very fine. In the distance is seen the little one's
home. The picture, as a whole, is very beautiful and true to
nature. It is well worth Ihe price of a year's subscription to
the FIRF.S1DE VISITOR, yel every aubscriher gets
the VISITOR a year, and the live chromos lor the smi.ll
sum of One Dollar.
No. 3 is a fine Oil Chrotno in 20 colors, size 13 by 13 Inch
es, entitled t
I-Iappy Dreams of Childhood.
This Beautiful Chromo represents a sleeping child, a beauti
ful girl of three years of age. Khe is sweetly sleeping with
her doll clasped in her hands Over and above herare seen
angel forms scattering flowers and hlefsing on the head of
the dear one. Beside her couch is silting her mother intently
watching her child, while her hands have paused in Ihe fancy
needle work on which the is engaged. It is a beautifully
swe l picture, aud will find a warm place in every mother's
heart in the land. The child sleeping so sweetly with a smile
hovering around its lips, the angel forms o'er head, the mother
watching her dear one, Ihe rich draperies and furniture ol
the room make a rare picture cf loveliness. It is taken from
a rare painting by one of Ihe old masters, and cannot tail to he
appreciated by all.
No. 4 is a tine Oil Chromo in 20 colors, size 13 by 18 inch
The Atntc Appeal.
HiisMihject rrpresentsa beautiful Italian girl, dres-ed in
her native coMumc. She is what is known as a Street Music
ian, and earns her livelihood hy her violin and voice. She
has played and sang lo the crowd, and has quietly folded her
right arm over and around her violin, while her left arm is
oulstreehed, thus mutely appealing to Ihe public to give her
what they may. It is a lovely picture. The girl, though only
a strolling player, hi rarely beantilul the sweet, beseeching
expression of Ihe face cou'.d hut make the most sordid find Ihe
way into their pockets, and give her a few pennies. It is one
of Ihe richest pictures we have seen for many a day. It is
.r.n, i.i mil In oil Colors, and is equal in every respect, to
to fill i
. i , n i :
Vi.l few can tell whether it is an Oil Cnron-.o
j so faithfully if is reproduced. To see it is
I -re a .i it :.t once, and every one who sees it, will
i a i:i.e(0ii Chromo in 20 colors, size 13 by 18 inch
i 1 -.
- Ti ii Is i oiioaoion piece to No. 4. It represents a bcauli
f.i 'i.l fi in (entirely unlike the others) She is also a
V.'ii'.i ia-, earning her livelihood with her voice and
Li. h is layed to her audience, and has received her
r-v. ih nhare ol a shining silver piece which she is
ui''i .; .'. l and, while asmile of delight, at her s ucces,
),ot-. "1 "i i er lips, and her faee is. radiant. It is a very lovely
id l. - Ih's Chromo alone is worth twice the cost of a
jear - u.rn ion to the Fl R ESI OE VISITOR, yet
subscribers win receive the FIVE foregoing large Chromos
FR EE. and Ihe V 1S1TO R a year f .r a single dollar.
That each subscriber receives the f reg dug FIVE
LA ROE HE A L'TIFl'L CHROMOS, and Hi
FIRESIDE VISITOR a year lr a single dollar, and
both naiiers and chromos are send postpaid in every case. No
publisher in this country ever offered co much for a single
dollar and fulfill-d it. I promise only what I know I can
The undersigned. Sole Agents for Ihe Hawaiian Islands,
would respectfully notify the inhabitants of this Ki ngdom that
the above only covers postage throughout the United States
that (he Hawaiian postage is EXTRA lor Chromos and Pa
Subscription covering all expenses.'&1.25 a year in advance.
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THE BIBLE LOOKING-GLASS !
Reflector, Companion, and Guide to the Great Truths of the
And illustrating (he diversities of bumau character aud the
qualities of the human heart. Consisting of six
Books in One Volume,
Profusely Illustrated by Object-Teaching
Showing the pain and misery resulting from vice, aud the
peace and happiness arising from virtue.
BY JullN W. BARBER, and Others.
This is the most original work, without question, in re
ligious literature ever produced in onr country as unique
and quaint in Its way as Bunyan's famous allegory:
Among the world of books, it is the only one that instructs
in Christianity and human nature on the principle ot oojeci
teachii g I'eople w ha would seldom open Ihe Bible itself are
attracted to this work, for it is a big picture-book in rel gion
Kverv picture, too. enforces a principle. No book extant so
instanilv represent the Gospel no, not even the Bible iise'.f
as this, by its appeals through the eye.
Over one hundred and thirty topics are introduced and en
larged nrxin with illustrative pictures, such as Repentance,
Kauri, Hope, Love, Justice. Time brings up Truth, The Mem
ory of Righteousness. Th4 Jlemery or Ickeuness, uronieny
Kindness, The Se:fih 51an. The Christian Church, The Syna
gogue of tatan. The Safe Bridge. Ihe Cnsafe Bridge. True
and False I'rincii.les. Carnal Security. Faith and Works, The
Heavenly Shepherd. The Jovs ol Salvation. The End of
Human Greatness. &c.
The author is now au old man. His life has been filled and
rounded out with good works. lie was born in the last years
of Ihe last century, in the administration of ticorge Wash
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graving. More than a half a century ago hu began, in a
small ae, a an author. A book about that time was pro
jected by him, under the title or (he "booking-GlJ." con
taining the essential features of this volume. His earliest
publications were large emblematic religious engravings, one
cf which. In the hand of our missionaries fifty years ago.'.was
(he main instrumentality in the conversion of the Uueen of
the Sindw ich Islands.
The pictures in the ' Bible Looking -G lass" are all from his
drawings, and many of them engraved hy him. They show
greal ingenuity in design. They are not meant to be artistic,
but to convey at a glance some principle of truth vital to
human welfare. The costumes are those of the American
people when Mr. Barber was young sixty years ago. They
arc tow old-fashioned. The Christian religion itself, we be-
litre, is not considered new-fashioned.
The work has creat popularity, over 100.000 copies having
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' -The Bible Looking-ulass" Deiug in quarto lorm, is a com
panion in shape and character lo the Family Bible, which it
reflects nd explains. While the work is thoroughly evangel
ical and orthodox, no peculiar denominational doctrines are
adv-wated; only th great cardinal principles of Christianity,
in whic'i good people every here believe.
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1881.
Supreme Court of the Hawaiian Islands
January Term, 1881.
Is the Matter of the Estate of His Late
Brfore Harris, C. J., and McCully, J. J.
Unxiox by the Chief Justice.
The application for instruction sets forth, that
the Trustees of this Estate have leased the Hi
of Pau, near Honolulu, Island of Oahu, for ten
years, from the 31st day of January, 1880, for
$7oG a year, with privilege to the lessee of exten
sion for five years more.
They have further leased the sea fishery of
Waiehu, on the Inland of Maui, for the term of
five years, at the rate of $235 per annum.
That they have confirmed the lease for the
laud of Kcaau, Island of Hawaii, made by the
late Charles Ianaina, for 25 years, from the
1st day of October 1874, which is equivalent to
renting for nearly 22 j-curs from the death ol
Chas. Kanaina, which occurred 15th of March
1877, at $500 per at. mini and taxes.
And the application still further sets forth, that
there is a small piece of land inside of the afoic
eaid Hi of Pau, which the Trustees of the Estate
have the opportunity of buying; aud that the
possession of the said piece of land is essential to
the value of said Hi ol Pau.
The application further sets forth, that the
said Trustees ure uncertain, at the present time,
as to their authority to negotiate and execute
leases of the said trust estate; and therefore,
pray for instructions as to their authority or the
the advisability o! leasing the same.
At the hearing, it was strongly urged upon us.
that these leases were advantageous, and were
jusiilied by the words in the Will, 1 hereby
ord'.'r and direct that the said Trustees shall
apt ly the uctt rest, issues and profits, arising
from the principal sum, etc.'' And the word
44 rents," it is said, would involve the idea, that
some land might he rented.
Aud wc were further urged, at the hearing,
that in case we should he of the opinion, that
the Will docs not give the authority to lease
lands, we should ratily and justify the leases
above set forth.
This would be manilestly impossible : for the
Court can only interpret the Will, andean give
no authority not conveyed hy it, so that the only
thing for us to investigate is what authority the
Will conveys ; or in other words, what was the
intention of the Testator. On that point, the
Will states that the estate is to be held by the
Trustees for the following purpose : 44 To sell
and dispose of the said real estate (i. c, all of it)
to the best advantage- at public or private sale,
and to invest the proceeds in some secure man
ner until the aggregate sum shall amount to
$25,000, or until the sum realized by the said
Trustees shall, with donations or contributions
from other sources, amount to the said sum of
$25,000; then, 1 order the Trustees (to be ap
pointed as aforesaid) to expend the whole amount
in the purchase of land, and the erection of a
buildugor buildings, etc."
But it is said that the sum already realized,
amounts to more than $23,000; thereloro it is
not necessary to seil any more land. The
answer is, that the whole land is devised to the
Trustees, not to hold, but to sell, so that money
may he procured wherewith to aid the infirm.
The Testator did not wish to invest in laud ; his
wish was to iuves
st in an Infirmary, and to obtain
tintaining Unit Infirmary and its
the means ol maintaining Uiat In Urinary
occupants. This is more apparent when the
next clause of his Will is considered in which he
adverts to his charity, which reads as follows :
But in case sufficient buildings shall have
been p-ovided for the use and accommodation ol
poor, destitute nnd infirm Hawaiians ;" that is,
provided from other sources as above indicated.
Now, what does the Testator do? Docs he
direct that the sale of land shall stop? By no
means. But he goes on to say, 44 I hereby order
and direct, that the said Trustees 6hall apply the
net rents, issues and profits arising from the
principal sum, realized from the said real estate,
when sold as aforesaid, towards maintaining the
said buildings in repair and their improvement
and towards the support and maintenance of the
inmates." Thus providing again, that the estate
be ffud ai.d the proceeds invested in some secure
manner. This is the only authority given by the
will. The whole tenor ol tho will, is to the effect,
that the whole of the real estate shall be turned
to ready money which can be readily used : to
found this Infirmary, if it shall only amount to
$23,000 ; and il uwre should be realised either
by the contributions of others charitably disposed
persons or otherwise, then the estate thus re
duced to ready money is to bo used for the pur
pose of improving, enlarging and extending the
accommodation and maintaining its inmates.
Tho Trustees therefore have no authority to
lease, and still less authority to buy any real
estate ; andall le ascs effected by them must be
utterly and entirely void. It is the duty of the
Trustees to sell this estate, and wc d) so advise
Mr. S. B. Dole (or the Trustees.
Honolulu, February 7. 1881.
The College ol' St. Louis
HAWAIIAN COMME UOIAL
13 oine.- Academy,
HONOLULU, OAHU, II. I.
rUIS INSTITUTION, REINQ R EMOTE FROM CITV
B allurements, is an acknowledged safeguard for morals
For salubrity of climate is unrivalled The huildini;s are
large and commodious ; while the grounds a (lord the jiupiU
opportunities of h.-althful and in. mly exercises.
Unreniiltini; attention will he givm to the intellectual and
moral culture of the pupils. Nun-Catholic pupils will hu free
lo attend the relii; ous exercises or not, according as their
parents or guardians may detire.
I'upils are rece.vcd at any time during the year.
No reduction will be made from regular charges, except for
absence, caused hy protracted illness.
No leave of ahsence during the scholastic year, except. at
Ihe College vacations, or hy special permission.
Bach pupil muH, on eutering, obtain one suit of uniform i
w hich, with all other necessary clothing, &c, will be furnished
at moderate cost hy the College; but none of these will be
provided hy the College unless hy special arrangement.
Fay moms are to be made quarterly, and invariably in ad
vance. sSjgjgavniE coukse ok studv
13 CLASSICAL, SCIENTIFIC, AND COMMERCIAL.
Latin, Oreelc, French, German, Spanish and Italian
are taught. Particular attention will be paid te tb English
language in all its branches. Literature, Mathematics, pure
and mixed. IliMory, Urography, Chemistry, and Natural
I'hilosophy. Arc, A;e.
Do-ird. Lodging, Tuition, and Washing f.r Scholastic
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Vacation at Colleg- 40 00
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Senior Class $60.00
Junior Class 40.00
The Scholastic Tear consists of two sessions, ench comprising
a period of five month. The First Session commences on the
20th of August. The Second on the 20th ef January.
For all and limber particulars apply lo
REV W.J. LAKKIV. I'rr.itlrrit.
So. 73 lleretanii Street.
Evening School Department of
ST. LOUIS COLLEGE.
The President has decided lo include this branch in the
Curriculum of the College.
Its object is to aff.-rd all classes cf the eommunity the
means of acquiring a Theoretical and Practical knowledge of
all Commercial and liasiness transactions in daily use; and
also to give an in. iglit into the workings and application of
ine different I jades, which is so essential in tnese islands.
THE THEORETICAL. BRANCH
Will he under the supervision of the President and Professors
of the College. TIIK PRACTICAL, and roost important
branch will be specially attended lo by representatives from
the various mtster-artizans among us, who have kindly and
generously promised theiisjservices to this Useful and Vjluable
They will alternately devote an nour eacn evening to the
task of imparting this practical knowledge to the students.
All the implements necessary to eacu iraue, ana lo agri
culture, wid be furnished by the College.
Each Master-Artizan, while connected wun the College,
ill he entitled ti name one Free-Life-Scholarshin to the
privileges of this Fvming School Department.
Hurls Sinslrnt prr Wrrk 50 On l a.
The Kveniug School will ocn si 7 o'clock P. M.
FJVO THE SIT.AR MA XUF4t'TUKERS OK
ft the Hawaiian Islands. P. TCLLY would respectfully
offer his services as a SUGAR liOILKR. having bad
twenty years experience in that capacity in other countries,
and three in this, lie feels com petent to fill the position in
any Boiling House ia Uiis Kingdom.
Good Eeferences- Given
if Required ' !
V -i O 'ir-, li.T.c.u'ii.
THE GILBERT ISLANDS. AFEMAMA.
By a vessel arriving at Honolulu from Micro
nesia, letters have been received from Mr. Tavlor
and Captain Bray, of the Morning Star, and from
Messrs. Doai e and Hand, of Ponape. The Star
liad been greatly delayed in ber voyage on ac
count of light wind and calms. She reached
Btitaratari, July 10, finding nothing encouraging
on that island. Although 6ix persons have
recently united with the church, the king and the
people see:n given over to drunkenness. On July
20 the Stnr reached Apaiang, where the mission
aries met with a hearty reception from the king
and the people. Mr. and Mrs. Walkup and Mra.
Taylor immediately took possession of the house
which the Rev. Mr. Bingham had formerly occu
pied on Apaiang. while Mr. Taylor went on in
the Star to visit the southern islands of the Gil
bert group. They reached Apemama August 12,
and found that a remarkat le work bad been in
progress under the care of Moses, the native
Mr. Taylor, under date of Apemana, August
17, writes :
" We came to anchor at the southern end of
this island on the 13th, and I went ashore and
was met by a long file of natives, all clothed, who
I each shook my hand. There must have been two
! hundred, for when I got on the beach the meu
; brought me each a shell of native molasses, one
j hundred and fifteen shells in all. and there were
' about as many women as men. I commenced the
examination of inquirers at . once, and Sunday
, morning at half past ten, one hundred and seventy
seven had been examined. We then had a meet
ing. I married thirty-one couples, baptized
tcventy-one individuals, and administered the
! Lord's Supper. This tsok till nearly two. I
: found out alterwarda that I was tired. Yesterday
morning I went ashore for another service, in
! which I gave them some instruction. Eight more
! cauio forward at that service, and had their names
enrolled as inquirers. Moses, the native teacher,
I has been a faithful worker, and it has been a
I great privilege to be permitted to gather in the
first-fruits of his seven years' labor into a church.
After meeting yesterday morning 1 left for a visit
to the king, at the other end ot the island, to see
about taking a scholar to the Apaiang school.
After a long and pressing argument he yielded,
lie seemed surprised when I made a personal ap
peal to him to give up polygamy ana become a
t'hristiin. lie spoke in English : What, me be
! a Christian ? ' 4 Yes,' I said, 4 I want you to be a
; Christian.' 4 Why,' said he, I tell people to all
j hear Moses, and be Christians.' 'But I want
! you to be a Christian. 4 Well, he said, 4 maybe
so, by and by.' 4 No, now. I want you to be a
Christian ?ww.' lie looked sober, remembering
j what 1 had before said to him.about his giving up
; polygamy. Altera while he said soberly : Well,
i you pray for me every day. 1 will try to be a
I Christian. Me like God.' He likes to be spoken
i to in English, but a number of times 1 bad to
i speak iu the native tongue to make him under
I stand. Catching the idea quickly, be would
i brighten up and respond at once.
! " There were about 150 gallons of oil, and 174
' pounds of twine here, all given in the Monthly
' Concert contributions. Pray for these people just
i organized into a church, for the teacher and for
the king. I could sit up all night, and did till
almost midnight, to do such pleasant work. It
pays for all the weariness it occasions, and much
TUE GATHERING OF THE CHURCH.
Captain Bray writes more fully than Mr. Tay
lor ot what he saw on Apemama, and as the story
is of such interest, his account is also given. He
44 It is good to be here. We have been quick
ened in our own spirits by seeing the Lord's king-
aoin, esienumg in tne nearts oi u.ese neatnen. mr.
iaJ,0f hae ,,a( 11 buBJ time- A church ha8 been
organizeu wuu reveniy-one mcmoers, ana mere
arc many others wishing to unite, but it has been
thought best lor them to wait another year. I
cannot make it seem like one of the bard Gilbert
Islands, for it teems more like the work ol the
Mortlocks and Losap nnd Nomr, but nevertheless
it ia true, and we praise God for his salvation
that makes such a change in sinners.
" They thought here that the Morning Star was
lost, to late was she in arriving. She was at last
hailed with joy, nnd the king sent his boat ten
miles to 6ca to meet us, and see if any one had
come to organize a church. This seemed to be
the one great desire of all, and it was a pleasure
to us to witness ttic satisfaction expressed when
they heard that Mr. Taylor had come for that
purpose. We were not boarded this time by
naked heathens, but by well-dressed Christians,'
and instead of heathen songs we heard psalm tunes
hummed by those about the decks, and inquiries
as to when we had our prayers, and if they could
etay to them, etc. A Christian pilot took us in.
Sunday was a daylong to be remembered by those
in the Morning Star. After our arrival Mr. Tay
lor was busy night and day examining candidates
up to 10 a. m. on Sunday, when we all went to
the church. The first exercise was the marriage
of thirty-one couple by Christian marriage. Then
followed the baptism of the seventy-one who were
to unite with the church. Alter the baptism
they were all received to the church, two deacons
were chosen, and the Lord's Supper was celebrat
ed for the first time on this island.
It was a solemn service. The Holy .Spirit was
7nanifestly present, and we felt assured he had
taken up his.abode in the hearts of these heathen,
and we perceived that God was no respecter of
jicrsons ; uui in every nation he that Icaretb him,
ana workctn rio-liteousness. is accented with him.
We have a great respect for and confidence in the
teacher, ana admire the judicious manner in
which ho has conducted the work, given advice,
teaching school while preaching the word. He is
n huge man, of 300 pounds weight, and ungainly
as possible, but when he appears before the Lord,
although 1 cannot understand his language, I feel
that only a little child is there in trust and sim
plicity, and one more filled with the Holy Spirit
than are ordinary men. There was a congrega
tion of over 200 present, and I did not 6ee one
among them who was not respectably dressed.
There was no staring, nor any of the usual gaping
and Blecpy attitudes, but every face expressed an
earnest desire to hear all that was said. A more
respectful and attentive audience will not be
seen at home." Missionarg Herald.
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