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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, JUNE 3, 1882.
BY El. 3?. ADAJ1S.
on Saturday! june 17th,
A I U oVInek bouo, at aalerao, ttnmlilly after
tb sale of lb booth prruitaes. will be Sold,
1 Gasoline Machine,
lacladiaa' ail eoooectloa Plprnf sod
Two Large Chandeliers,
Is ta E spire Salooo.
B. F. ADAMS, Aoctioocer.
SATURDAY, JUKE 17
At 12 o'clock oooo. at Mfttwa, I will effer
at Public Aactioo.
Two Lots, 100x300 each
Saakerr LOT 23 os Goteranrat Map of
TDB LOTS ARE OS
Maaaa of lot ml W.C. Wilder. Eq .
Tsey command cbarniag viw la a bsaltky locality, aod
(nod aeif hhorhood.
JiU E. P. AUAUi, Aactlooerr.
I aai lattrictta1 I offer at PaHle Aattlaa
.STDiMY. JUKE 17, 1882,
At 12 'clock dogo, at my Bales Koooi,
Pitaate at tho corner of King. Keesaaooka sad Yoang
Streets, adjoloiog tho Premises of Ooo. Beck ley. E.e,., nod
Dnssbered respeeilvily ISO, IBI, 19S.201.802,
203. each kx being 100 feet front, 150 feet depth.
Fenced and Water Laid On.
OS THE SOCTIJCRN M A K i I
Comer Piikoi & Beretania sts.,
Banning throagh to Yoang street.
Four Lots Adjoining the Above,
Fenced in a Substantial Manner.
OX Til K WESTERN MAKAI
Corner Beretania & Piikoi sts.,
Banning throagh to Toacg atre.i.
These LOTS are Well Covered
Esautlful Ornamental Shade Trees,
A ad far oo the Id set In a saost desirable poallloa of
tha Plalo, and ailbrd
A Hare Opportunity
far those sraicb of a
THOSE VERY DESIRABLE
UN THE SOCTH
Corner Beretania & Punchbowl sts.,
SIX FUME LOTS I
EACH lOOXZOO FEET.
f looting on BiDghaai street, adjoining Ue proterty of
Vt.i.U. W hitay.
c:i2tr Binghan & Hstcaif strssts,
Maaka at the Artsatai lor Wo.li.
Tliis Ieirable tOT
q XT nr QOOocl300.
Has Upon it a Good Cottage
t BOOM3. aSABLT HIWj
Wood Shed, Carriage House,
A D is good eoodiUoo. Also,
100x150 Feet. Commencing from
the corner of Ketcalf street and
rnnninj West on Beretania
gry This Property is acknovcUdgtd to be tsyt-
cial'y desirable for House Lots, Artesian Water
can be supplied in sufficient quantities for aJi dt-
rnestie and irrigation purposes, fhe soil is rich
and deep, and the s'ope of the land is sufficient to
insure PERFECT DRA1NA UE.
Plans can be seen at the Offlce of the
XT farther particulars to F of are AdTertleeoaeBts.
ju3 3t E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
Valuable Real Estate
Estate of J. BOOTH, Deceased.
fV Vlltlt K OKA IIKHKR Of SHI.G
Iw'iM by Hon. L rrt.ee Mi.u!ly. First Associate
jmce or upr.-tue ourt. 1 am Instructed to ocr at
rublic Auction, at my saleroom, oo
SATURDAY, June 17, 1832,
At It O'clock m.
Tbat Valuable piece or Parcel of Land, aituated on tks
corner of Nuuana and Hctel streets, aod known a
The International Hotel
With all the Bulldiug and Improvements thereupon.
Tha whole Lot will, by order of the Cjurt. bo flrat
oneroa at ttie apart price of rorty Thousand Dollar
Should there b do purchaser at this apeet price, tho
Lot will then bo subdivided and sold la
In accordance with the Krjort and Surveyor Curtis J.
Lyons, now ou file in tue ouit, which can be seeu upon
E. P. ADAMS,
A I'CTIO NEER.
Honolulu. May 3. Irsi
Land ixx BSanoa
On Saturday, . . June 17,
At 12 o'tloc'i nooD, at SaUsroum , will be sold
THAT fEIITM PlEfE Of LA.VD
Ir anon, O a h u ,
Belonging to Mr ,it Joseph, and described iu Royal
rat nit Z i a A nana 3.
Elua Loi me Kula ma Halelena
WITH KULU LAND,
AT II A LKLKNA,
And containing an area of 95-100tb of an acie.
I?. P. A DIMS, lartlonter.
Y BHIti VV 1. G. IRWIN VK II. VIC
receirrd a Lare Invoice cf
fj E V FURNITURE!
BED-ROOM SETS New
Styles and unusually cheap.
Office Desks and
Walnut and Koa Cheffoniers,
What Nots, Bed Lounges,
For S:ale Cheap.
TELEPHONE No. 140.
E, P. ADAMS,
HOVOLILU FHSE li e pa bt M E XT!
ELECTION OF OFFICERS
1 tERSUr THE HONOLULU FIRE DKPA RTM KST
willbelirUJ in the Knitine llnuw of Mrchanir KDgine Co..
No. 3, on Monday eveuing. June 5, 1982.
POLLS FROM 1 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
CHA!.T. OULICK, Jnde of Election.
f.T KKNNEDV. IT,.
L.APBAT. J Teller.. ju3dld.
BHeoolulo, Jane (ml, 1SSJ.
Tor any Mcney Owing by W. FENNLL
either on these islands or-in
planters, Eipressiiiett & Otta !
YOU WANT A GOOD ARTICLE
WHERE YOU WILL GET IT.
t2 KINO STREET.
Of All Kin la oo Hand anJ Male to Order,
SOLD AT THE LOWEST PRICE !
C7- Joolc Vt Tli is I jzi
Doable Ptoafh IUro.t
...From $20 00 np
da Carnage or fcxprea llarnaM.
Single Carriage llarne
KnglUh Sad J Ira
ALL GOODS WARRANTED
AS lilPHK.E. TLD ASI
Guaranteed For Six Months
XT' I Superintend all Work that
leaves My Shop. I don't peddle Cane
Hogs. Hen Fruit or Cold Water
I Make Harness and sell them. Ees
fe4 6m v. FENNELL.
'ry A case of Palmer & Co 'a Ginger Ale will
do you more good tbau a tvi weeks vacation
Try it. adv.
A. FRANK COOKE,
CORNER NXJTJANU & QUEEN STEEETS,
HOXOLILC, h . i..
aosnt i7" o n
Tlie Following Packets
MI.OI.O. XV l KAL.CNA,
M A SA, iTrtr. JtLIA.
K A MO I. OEV. SIKUKL.
FLAG :-Red, with White BaU!
mar 11 lj
feteamer Likelike will leave Honolulu each Tueeday at
A r. x.. toac4ilng at Lahalna. Maalaea Bay, Makeoa. Ht
nukona, KawaiLae, Lanpaboeboe and llilo.
Returning will tourb at all tbe above porta, arrlring at
Honolulu each Sunday a. m.
No Credit for Passage Money.
We positively refuse ta opeu account for Passages, and
we particularly call tbe attention or tbe traveling public
to tbe nreKity of Laving Baggage and Krelgbt PLAIN I. T
UAUKED: the Steamer will not be responsible for any
unmarked rlagirage, or for freight or Parrel., unless
Freight Money Due on Demand.
In all rases of Freight for parties not responsible or
unknown, the Freight Money will be required in advance.
Packages of Liquors and Wines Mast Se
For the party whom they are for, or plainly atated in the
Receipt to whom they are consigned.
All demands for damage or loss must be made within
Iu no way liable for loss or accident to Live Stock.
JTT Hack Drivers, Boys and such like, will not be al
lowed on board tbe kteainer on arrival, until after the
passengers have Ix en landed.
tuC Wilder ets Oo.
rWWIK I.IK F.I.I iiK WILL LElVK II KR
JL WH KUV at i l: u., and NO Freight will be received
after 3 p. m. Due notice is given of this mle, and it will
be c arried cut. (myl) WILDER k CU.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San FranciMco,
THE SPLENDID STEAMSUIP
CITY OF NEW YORK,
Will LEAVL HONOLULU FOrt SAN FRANCISCO
ON OR ABOUT JUNE 5.
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND I
THK .SPLKNDID tfTKAMSiilP
WILL LF.1VK FOR T!IF. tULOMRS
ON OR ABOUT JUNE 11th.
for Freight aud P.ai.ige, apply lo
II. 1IACKFKLD Co. Agents.
Goods lor Sbipment prr Stenrmer cm
br Slortil, Frre of C'hnrr, iu the Fire-roof
U'arcbsMie arar ikeSlrauter Wharf, mar 4
For Europe via New York.
0 OU 1B01T J l.K itli.
Two Sailings Every Week
FROM SEW Y0UK I.VF.RY U KDXESDAY,
FUOI! BOSTON F.VEKY SATCCD1Y.
RATES OF PASSAGE:
CABIN 80 uaiU 100 tiOl.t'
Aerordit.f to Accomm-xlailon.
EETIRX TICKFTS ON FAY0K4CLF. TERMS.
STKKHAGK 28 I'KRRK.XCV
Good ai'Commodatiou can always e secured oo application
WILLIAMS. DIMUND fc CO.,
JAS A '.EX N rKK, tan Francisco,
V State Strret, Boston,
. V KKNON II. flKOWN CO..
4 Bawling Green, New York.
Notice to Psser.reis from Aaslralia, New Zealand and Uono
lulu Tbe Canard Line affords more lhn ntnal facilities to
through passengers from Truns-Pacific Ports, tbe frequency of
Its sailings precluding all pnnibllity of delay in Sew York.
7 Uood Accommodations always reserved.
VK.ENON II. BROWX CO..
mar4 4 Bowline Green. New York.
It has pleased His Majesty the King to
appoint the following gentlemen to be
members of his Cabinet :
Hon. Walter Murray Gibson, Premier
and Minister of Foreign Affairs, vice
His Excellency YV. L. Green resigned.
Hon. Simon K. Kaai, Minister of the In
terior, vice His Excellency YV. N. Arm
Hon. J. E. Bush, Minister of Finance,
vice His Exeellenej- J. S. YValker resigned.
Edward Preston, Esq., Attorney-General,
vice His Excellency YV. N. Armstrong re
signed. Iolani Palace, Honolulu. my20 4t.
To Create an Additional Port of Entry
and Departure of Vessels from
Foreign Codnthies, in the Collection
District of Kawaihae, in the Island
Be it enacted by the King and the Legis
lative Assembly of the Hawaiian Islands,
in the Legislature of the Kingdom as
Section 1. Mahukona, in the Island of
Hawaii, and Collection District of Kawai
hae, shall be and is hereby created an addi
tional Port of Entry and Departure of Ves
sels from Foreign Couniries.
Section 2. This Act shall take effect
and become law on the first day of July
Approved this ninth day of May, a.v
my27 3t KALAKAUA REX.
SALE OF LEASE OF GOVERNMENT
Oi( Wednesdsy, June 14tb, 1882, at the tbe front en
trance of AMiolani Hale, at 2 o'clock, noon, will bo sold
at Public Auction, the lease of all that tract of Govern.
ment Land aituata in tho District of Ews, Island of
KNOWN AS WAIMANU.
TERMS Lease 10 years. Cpset price, $100 per annna
payable quarterly in advance.
W. X. ARMSTRONG, Minister of Interior.
Dept. of Interior, Honolulu, 11th May, 1832. myl3 5t.
ff bavuf been duly nujified bj. the Clerk of the
LegitdaUvo AMeuiLly.'' that there is vacancy la the
ReprMeiitation vt the District of Honolulu in the Legis
lative Assembly in consequence of the resignation of tbe
lion. W. M. Gibson, one of the Representatives for that
Pu'jlic notice Is hereby given that a new election will
bo held at Aliiolani Hale on the 3rd day of June A. I.
18w2. for the parpoeo of electing one Representative to
fill the aaid Vacancy.
Dated Honolulu. 34th day of Msy,
K. t. BICKER TON.
Police J antic Honolulu.
JNO. E. BITS!!.
Tax Assessor Honolulu.
J. H. X.CCE.
Tax Collector Honolulu.
Inspectors of Election lor the District of Honolulu.
It baa pleased His Majesty tbe King in Privy Council
to restore the following persons to their Civil BigbU
J. Oeixlaa, of Kealakamo, Puna, Hawaii.
P. H. EivntAXi, of Eapaahu, ,.
J. K. Ka.ru, of Lahaina. Hani.
ErKAlaC, of Molokai .
PaBtrrc, of Molokai.
Xarcaxu. of Molokai.
Iolani Palace. May 37, 19sJ. jun3 3t.
Wsiim many complaints have been made to thia
Department that various Public Roads la the several
Islands have been closed or obstructed by owners and
occupiers of lauds adjoining or contignous to such roads.
Therefore, all persons who have caused any t ut-h roads
to be closed are hereby notified to remove such obstruc
tions and open such roads within one month from this
date, otherwise prosecution will be instituted without
further notice. '
EIMON K. KAAI,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Juno 2, 1&S2. jun3 St.
John IUchrdson. Es., bus this day been appointed
Commissioner of Private Ways and Water lights in the
District of Wsiluku, Inland of Maui, vice Jas. VV. Girvia
SUMO.M K. KAAI,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ufice, May 37, lt&l. jun3t.
Tbe following gentlemen have thia day been appoluted
Agents to grant Msrrlsge Licenses, viz :
Samuel Ekacla, for tbe District of Waiinea. Kauai.
J. Kala. for the District of Lihue, Eaual.
Minister of tbe Interior. '
Interior Office. May 30, lfWi. jun3 3t.
Mr. P. Kawaikc has this dsy been appointed lload Sur
veyor for the District of liana. Island of Maui.
8IMOX E. KAAI,
MiuiHter of the Iuterior.
Interior Office, June 1, HSi. Juu3 3t.
Mb. S. W. Pa has, this day, been appointed an Agent to
take acknowledgements to Contracts for Labor in the Din.
trlct of llilo, Island of Hawaii, vice D. K. Pa, resigned.
n. K KAAI, Minister of the interior.
Interior Offlce, May . 1M1
Dr. O. TbocsseaC has, this day, been appointed Port
Physician for the Port of Honolulu, vice Dr. F. B.
WALTER M. GIBSON,
President of the Bosrd of Health.
Offlce of the Board of Health. May 24. 1882. my27 at
It baa pleased His Majesty the King o appoint the fol
lowing gentlemen members of the Board of Health
His Ex. Walter Mcrrat Gibson, President, vice His
Ex. W. X. Armstrong, resigned.
Honnrsble A. 8. Clkghobn.
The Board now cansiats of the following members-
President, His Ex. Walter Murray Gibson ; Hon. J. S
Walker, Hon. J. Mosnauli, Hon. H. A. Wideraann and
the Hon. A. S. Clegborn.
Iolani Palace, Honolulu, May 23, 1882. '. tuy27-4t
Hosox.ri.u, May 25, 1332.
The following GOODS have been seized under the
Revenue Laws ; and If not claimed within twenty days
will be held condemned, and SOLD by Public Auction .
BU In diamond, 11, Honolulu 7 Pkgs Earthen Stoves,
ex 9 S Ho Chung, Auj; 18, 1880.
K.S.O. 63 pks Chiaese Provisions, ex S 9 Zealandia,
April 21, 1882.
Also, will be sold for duties and charges if not claimed
within twenty days :
Aug. Lorange, Honolulu 2 rases Private Effects, ex
9 3 Zealandia, Feb 27, 1880.
MSG Co and II In diamond 72 boxes Soap, ex City of
Nankin. Aug 20, 1880.
B. N. Wingate 1 package.
B in diamond, Honolulu 1 package.
n-m 1 Black Trunk
B A Co 1 package
Ira Bradshaw 1 package
Cbas. Kempster 1 package
J. T. Cutting 2 packages
W. V. Butterneld 1 package
It. S. Bugg 2 packages
HH Ac Co, JJ70 1 package
n-m 1 case Oil
Mrs. Win. Paty, Kohala 1 package
W. B. Winchall 1 package
Peter MeKenzle, Hllea 1 package;
W. K. ALLEX. Tblloctor-Genvral.
JUNE 11th, the CommemoraUon Day of Kamehameha
L falling on Sunday, Mondsy Jane 12th, will be observed
as a Public Holiday, and all Government Offices through
out the Kingdom will be closed on that day.
W. X. ARMSTRONG, Minister oi Interior.
Iuteiior Oifl.-e, May 19, 1882. my 20-4 1
Sale of Lease of Government x.and
On WEDNESDAY, June 21, 1882, at the front entrance
of Aliiolani Hale, at 12 o'clock noon will bo sold at Public
Auction, the Lease of that tract or parcel of Government
KNOWN AS KEPUHI,
situated in Palolo Valley. Oahu, containing 11 acres. .
TERMS Leas 10 years, npset price $73 per annum
payable semi-annually in advance.
W. X. ARMSTRONG, Minister of Interior.
Iuterior Department, Honolulu, 20th May, 1882. my20-St
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
The Cousular Has of the United Slates auJ oth
er foreiti coaii tries were hoisted At half-mast on
Tuesday in nvo.ttion of the American Anniversary
The name of the steamer W. II. 1 1 cod is not to be
changed a currently reported. After being regis
tered and having the boiler inspected she will re
tarn to Hawaii for coasting servit-e round that
The bark Mary Mildred, 15 days from Tahiti en
route to Victoria, B. C. hove too off the rn rt on
Tuosdav morning and landed a
fcm&H mail frrtm
lamu lor tnis port,
She sailed again about 4 p.m.
There was a most enjoyable entertainment at
the Kalihi Ranch on Sunday, when the lessee, who
is a Portuguese, entertained some 40 or 50 of his
friends and their children in a most hospitable na
Mb. J. Kate ac has been elected to represent Ka
anapali and Eahakuloa in the Assembly under the
Act passed this Session. The Honorable gentle
man arrived in town Snndav morning bv the
Steamer Likelike, and took his seat in the House
The Election for Kaanapali was contacted be
tween Messrs. Kaukau and Nahaku. The former
gentleman received 70 votes, and the latter 54.
Three votes were cast for Mr. L. W. B. Kanealii.
Forty electors did not vote.
Another haul of opium smokers was made at
about noon on Sundav bv officers Tell and Marcos
t some Chinese premises near Punch Bowl at the
head of School street, four Chinese men and one
Chinese woman were caught using the drng, all
were marched to the Station House.
The funeral of Miss Jennie Kalanilehua Brick-
wood, a daughter of A. P. Briekwood, Esq., form
erly Postmaster-General of the Kingdom, took
place from the residence of her parents on Sundav
afternoon and was attended by a large concourse of
friends. The floral tributes were verv beautiful.
Johx UrssEL, a lalnirer, sampled the liquors ex
posed for sale in this city on the 2Cth inst., and the
quality so incensed him that he made an assault on
a native woman iamed Kaluna. For this outburst
of feeling he was arrested, and on Saturday last
he contributed the sum of S6.10 to the public treas
ury. j Puk Sixo a Chinese prisoner, while laboring under
an aberration of mind, assaulted tho Hospital
Steward at the jail. Inquiry being made into the
condition of the prisoner, Dr. Hoffman and Dr.
Trousseau pronounced the man insane and on Sat
urday he was turned over to the care of Superin
tendent Wright of the Insane Asvlum.
Two posts have been placed under the ends of
the galleries at thuajXew Music Hall and a slight
defect in the building has been remedied so that
the gallery will now hold an enormous weight.
Robert Sterling, Esq., the Inspector of Public
Buildings has lately examined the building, and
reports it to be in a thoroughly safe condition.
Two more robberies were committed last Satur
day night, and from on board both the foreign ves
sels then in the harbor. Robert Dve, a sailor
on board the California loses a black diagonal sack
coat and two pair of pants, and both the stewards
on the D. C. Murray had wearing apparel stolen.
The robleries were committed between the hours
of twelve and two o'clock p.n.
Chinese fishermen went to the sea to fish.
but approaching too close to certain fishing rights
owned by H. R. H. Ruth, they were arrested, arkl
having fish in their possession, were charged with
larceny. After being confined for twenty-four
hours the fishermen were released, the Government
with great magnanimity entering a "nolle prose
qui" when they found that they had no case.
The following is the programme of Mr. Wray
Taylor's fifth Free Organ Recital, in which he
will be assisted by H. R. H. Princess Liliuokalani,
H. R. H. Princess Likelike, and Mr. A. T. Atkin
son. The recital is hied for luesday evening,
June 6, at 7.45 o'clock. Programme ; 1, Festival
March in D (Smartl ; 2 (a) Song without words
(Mendelssohn), (b) Andante in C (Silas) ; 3, Solo
" Nearer my God to Thee " (Holden). Princess
Liliuokalani : 4, (a) Fro Feccatis (Stabat Mater)
(Rossini), (B) Fest March (Lachner). Mr. Atkin
son : 5, I'astorale (Best) ; b, unertoire in U minor
(Batiste) ; 7, Duett " Evening Song to the Vir
gin (Hemans). Princesses laliuokalani and
Likelike , 8, Sicilian Mariner's Tune, with varia
tions (Thayer) ; 9, Fantasie in C Major (Tours).
The delegates of tho Fire Companies and Officers
of the Department met on Thursday evening at
the Hall of Mechanic Engine Company No. 2.
-The principal businoss was to make the necessary
arrangements lor the election or omcers ol the De
partment which comes off on Monday next. Major
Gnlick was appointed Judge and Messrs. T. F.
Kennedy and Ah Phat tellers for the occasion.
Some discussion took place as to the probable man
ner in which the Assembly would deal with the
vote for the Department when it shall come up for
consideration. The new Engines and Hook t Lad-
der Truck asked for are badly wanted. The Engine
tof No. 2 Company has been in service ever since
December, 18t0, and ought to he replaced at once,
and the Hooks & Ladders now in use are described
by the Chief Engineer in his last Report as "com
The supply of water has been irregular and
'scanty for three months past on that part of the
plains which is supplied from the Maikiki reserr
yoir. There is plenty of water in the Maikiki
valley, at and above the waterfall, bnt a large part
of it is lost in the Bandy soil before reaching the
point where it is taken for city supply. The
scarcity is at length to be remedied by means
.whic'a ought to have been adopted a long time ago,
fviz., a box flume from the neighborhood of the
'waterfall to the reservoir. The survey of the line
of flume was begun on Wednesday by Mr. Law
rence, itteanwinie it is mienueu to cart up mate
rial so that the work can be proceeded with rapidly
as soon as the survey is complete, and it is hoped
that a full supply will be available in about a
week from now.
Mb. and Mrs. Young, who are leaving for the
Coast by the D. C, Murray entertained the employ
ees of the Honolulu Iron Works and their wives, on
Saturday evening at their residence King St. A
few other guests were also present. About 7.30 a
company of native singers chiefly from the ranks of
the Foundry arrived togetner at tue iiouse and ser
enaded the host and hostess. They also sang sev
eral choruses during the evening which was further
enlivened by songs fronuJUrs. More and Messrs. T.
R. Walker, More and Urown, a piano solo by Mrs.
Kennedy and a duett by the Misses Young. Later in
the evening toasts were in order, amongst which
that of " The Manager of the Iron works, - and
Mrs Young and the Children," were received with
unbounded enthusiasm. The pleasant evening was
wound up by " Auld Lang Syne," sung by all pres
ent after the good old Scottish fashion.
The farewell performance given by the Tourists
T . -.- - r li a, . r .i . n " . 1 . :
at tlie JIUSic nail, on me evening oi merlin in
stant, was well attended, and the performances
throughout were quite enjoyable, and thought by
many persons to be the lest presented by this com
pany since their advent. Miss Marie Burton ren
dered ballads in her usual pleasing manner.
Glover and Sarony were, as usual, to the fore m
their vooalisms and witticisms. Mehden in his
musical melange, and the great Eugene in his im
personations. Besides an encore tendered to the
great Eugene, the audience also recalled in a
spontaneous and hearty manner Mr. Isidor Rosen
crantz, whose performance on the violin was the
feature of the evening's entertainment, especially
his rendition of the " Old Folks at Home," winch
ho gave in answer to the recall. The Tourists leave
to-morrow for Maui, and it is to be noped tnat tneir
trip will be a successful one.
The sale of lands belonging to the estate of the
late James S. Lemon, held at the auction room of
Mr. E. P. Adams on the 27th inst., was well at
tended and good prices, (a total of 29.9G0) were
realized. Mr. Ellis was the auctioneer. Following
is a list of the lots sold, the purchasers and the
Lot Number 1, W. R. Sea! S 3,000
2. L. Ahlo, 2 lots 1.600 ea.
2, A. Jaeger, 6 lots . .. 925 ea.
, " ' 4) A. Dreir 11.250
5, Claus Spreckels ' 3,000
6, Claus Spreckels .. 1,900
8 f H. A. Widemann 700
" " 9, not offered
" 10, D. W. Pauahi 325
" 11, R. Gray 690
" 12, MikaSabo 175
" 13, Philip Milton C50
sr " 14. A- G. Ellis 123
This j Ehciiuii d.iy iu Honolulu, all liqf!
alvxiis will icu:s!:i t 'os 1. h i rd( rof the MarLl,
until 5 r. r.
lx iV'u:r!ia:ioc wiih usim t ticiir-tal Comlv ha
convened a meeting f American. f"r Thursday
evening next, to l;:al.c arrant metits ft.r o h liiating
the 4th Julv.
t.xrr.rs Nvi. !. came to grief m Nuuanu sttvet
en Wednesiav ninrtKn".'. Tbe laire g..t awav with
it, auj when it had i.-.iec-i-cdeI iu ntte'-ly sni3!.hiig it.
Kot away from it without much harm te itself.
H. 1. M. S. Champion came into the harltor on
Wednesday on the aftertiiX'H tide, and auchortl off
the end of Fort street. About 4 p.m. salute were
exchanged Wttvn the ship and Punchbowl Fort.
1 he steamer Mokolu is strauded vestcrdav at
Kualoa. fortunately on a sandy bottom. When
lightened of her cargo he got off and is expected
here during the dav. She is K lieved to have sus
tained no serious injury.
; Mb. EraLNE 15al whilst on his wav to join the
Lehua suffered an accident. His horse fill with
hini. hurting his leg badlv, lut fortunately break
ing no tvines and not preventing him from, coming
on witlftho steamer.
By the Lehua comes the news that the Kipahulu
mill is at a standstill, the pinion wheel Wing
broken. Work will necessarily o suspended un
til the return of the steamer, by which a new wheel
will be sent from the Honolulu Iron Works.
We are glad to ham that Mr. Hallenbeck is re
gaining his strength and h ipt s to le able to com
mence revival services a week from now. He will
speak for a short time in Fort Street Sabbath
School to-morrow (Sunday) morning."
Tt-MeiiKOw being Trinity Sunday, Mill he 'duly
observed at St. Andrew's Cathedral, with services
of a social character. The Rev. T. Blackburn, B.
A., will 1k the morning preacher, and the sermon
in the evening will le preached by the Rev. Mr.
WiUey, B. A., Chaplain of H. B. M. S. Champion.
Messks. H. MtnoEX A- Gillni t Sarony take their
benefit to-night at the Music Hall. They will le
supported by tho whole strength of the Tourists'
Company. Full particulars of the jxrfonnance
are given in another column. This is the last aj
pearanee of the troupe and should Ik? signalled by
a crowded house.
Capt. Hoie of H.B.M.S. Champion has oblig
ingly arranged to throw open his ship for in
spection by the public on Sundays and Thursdays,
after twelve o'clock. Tho Champion will probably
remain here about a fortnight. Being a new ship
arranged and fitted in the most approved modern
style; she is well worth a visit.
Ox Thursday at noon, just a fortnight after com
mencing work Mr. Fessler had his drill down 370
feet at the well he is sinking for Dr. MeGrew at the
Hotel, and the casing complete to within a few feet
of that depth. Last evening the depth reported
was 3!5 feet, still in a loose clay, which is trouble
some through constant caving in.
The following is the programme for the regular
concert at Emma Square at 4.30 p. m.
Overture Emma of .Resburgh
Polka Leopoldine (new)
Hungarian Dance Czardas (new) . . .
Gavotte Stephanie (new)
March The Three Guardsmen (new)
. . Meyerbeer.
Ok the nine Chinamen charged with having
opium in their possession, whose cases were heard
at the Police Court on Wednesday, two were ac
quitted, and the ease against one was withdrawn.
Ah Sing pleaded guilty, and (he other five were con
victed on the evidence. Ah Sing, as owner of the
house iu which opium was found, was lined $75; Ah
Wing, as an old offender, was lined $150 ; aud A
Chang, Ah Hin, Ah Wong, and Ah Wai, $50 each,.
Ah Wing was also sentenced to imprisonment at
hard labor for nine months, and the others for three
months. Ah Wong and Ah Wai appealed.
James Wailaxa was brought up, on remand, le
fore Judge Bickerton, on Monday, charged with
selling spirituous liquors without a license. This
is the man who was unsuccessfully prosecuted last
week for selling liquor to Hawaiians. The evi
dence of five witnesses was taken for the prosecu
tion. Defendant made a long" statement, denying
the charge and endeavoring to show a conspiracy
against him on the part of the Crown's witnesses.
He called some witnesses whose evidence did not
strengthen his case, He was found guilty and
fined $500. He was again charged on Wednes
day with gaming. He pleaded guilty and acknowl
edged that he made his living by gambling
and made a business of it. - He was fined $25 in
addition to seven days imprisonment at hard
II. B.M.S. Champion, one of the new class of steel
Corvettes which liave been lately introduced into
the British Navy, arrived off the port about 10
o'clock Tuesday night. She is last from Coquimbo
which port she left on 22d April. Her destination
is the China Station, and after remaining here ahout
a week she will proceed to Yokohama. The Cham
pion is a vessel of 2330 tons measurement and car
ries 14 guns. Two of them are 4j Ion guns; the
other twelve are 04 pounders. She carries as com
plement of officers and crew 20 1 all told. The fol
lowing are the names of her officers:
Captain G. R. Hope.
First Lieutenant W. L..H. Browne.
Second Lieutenant Francis G. Kirby.
Third Lieutenant Griffith G. Phillips.
Fourth Lieutenant Hugh Y. Dnnbouy.
Fifth Lieutenant George J. S. Vairenler.
Navigating I.ieuteuunt l-raneis Kowlatt.
Chaplain V. J. Wilbey.
Staff Surgeon V. Duke B. A.
Paymaster Derislcy Martin.
Chief Engineer Robert Macaulsy.
Hub-Lieutenant A. E. Tizsril.
Engiueer Henry It. Marsjeu
Gunner S. II- E. Dawe.
Boatswain 8. J. Galley. ,
Carpeuter 8. Pierce.
Midshipmen D. lirernner, Fred ". Learmontb, A. N
Atkinson, L. J. Murllutchin.
Assistant Paymaster Montagne Stevens.
Clerk Francis E. Bennett. '. C. A.
The following is the order of exercises of the An
nual Examinations to lie held at Kawaiahao Semin
ary, Monday and Tuesday, June 19 and 20. Mon
day a.m. Devotions, 8 to ; Advanced Geo
grapy. Miss Norton; Second year Grammar, Miss
Chamberlain: Music. Beginners iu Practical
Arithmetic, Miss Storrs; Beginners in Geography,
Miss Flaxman-. Music. Advanced Arithmetic,
Miss Norton; Second Reader, Miss Flaxman. Mu
sic. At 2 p.m. First Reader,Miss Napoleon; Word
Method, Miss Storrs; Advanced Grammar, Miss
Norton. Music. Seond year Geography, Miss
Chamberlain; Beginners in Grammar, Miss Storrs.
Music. Tuesday, a.m. Bible exercise Hfi to 9.
Miss Norton; Primer, Miss Napoleon; Elementary
Botany, Miss Norton; Second year Arithmetic, Miss
Chamiierlain.- -Music. First year Reading and
Spelling, Miss Storrs; Colburn's ' Arithmetic Miss
Flaxman; Elementary Astronomy, Miss Norton.
Music At 2 p.m. Primary Arithmetic, Miss Na
poleon; Elementary Physiology. Miss Norton: Sec
ond year Reading, Miss Chamberlain. Music.
United States History, Miss Norton. Gymnastics.
On Wednesday, June 21. at 2 p.m. there will be
a sale of useful and fancy articled. The Annnal
exhibition will lie held in Kawaiahao Chuach Fri
day, June 23, at 10 a.m.
Express No. 91; of which George Buckley is the
driver, caused a great commotion in Merchant
street yesterday afternoon. The reins got under
the horse's tail, rendering the animal unmanageable
and he bolted. His career fortunately was very
short, but what there was of-it was decidedly sen
sational. The start was made from the neighbor
hood of the Advertiser office. On the opposite
side of the street an express was standing, and Dr.
Emerson's buggy was just leyond it. On the
mauka side of the street was a wagon loaded with
bags of bran, etc. Fortunately for his property
Dr. Emerson was in his buggy and seeing the in
evitable collision drew his horj-e into the gateway
of Messrs. Hoffschlaeger A Co.'s yard. He escaped
with a graze on one wheel and a smash of the
other. The wagon did not fare so well, being
literally overturned and thrown across the middle
of the street. The runaway was brought up by
this collision and stopped, but the driver was
thrown out and fell on his arm which was a good
leal hurt. Tlie wagon suffered damage by the
landing of the axle. The horses involved in the
collision were more frightened than hurt.
Miss Florence Lucf. was united in marriage with (
Mr. M. Douglas Monsarrat ct St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, on Thursday evening June 1, by the Rev. Alex
ander Mackintosh. The service was choral and
was well rendered by the choir, of which Miss Luce
for many years has been an indefatigable member.
The bride'was exquisitely dressed in white muslin,
trimmed with white satin, with white satin basque,
and wore a wreath of orange blossoms, and veil of
tulle. Her bridesmaid? were Miss Florence Rob
ertson, Miss Widemann, Miss Dowsett and Miss
Dora Dowsett. who were all prettily dressed in
white. The bridegroom was supported by his eld
est brother Mr. J. M. Monsarrat. Miss Luce was
given away by her father. The Rood-Screen waa
decorated by the ladies of the choir, w ith white
flowers and'evergreens and a beautifully-made marriage-bell,
with a magnolia for a tongue, was sus
pended over the heads of the young couple as they
stood for the first part of the ceremony. The
Church was crowded with spectators, among whom
were the numerous friends of the bride and bride
groom. Amons tlie many and costly present re-
. ceived bv the bride, were a handsome silver soup-
ladle, presented by the choir of St. Andrew's Cath
edral in token of' their gxd wishes, and A vert
leautiful Jewel-Casket, t.nrnU-l by the Principal;
Teachers and Scholars t f the Royal School, aceoui-
f anicd by the following letter written by NarjarMi
crnandez CapUin of the School :
"To M:i Klonnco Liun on her Marrfago with
Mr. M. Douglas Monsarrat. Sune 1, 1S"J :
We. the Principal. Teacher and Sc holars' of tha
Royal School, desiro br tho acootupanyinjc little
present, to show our affection toward you. who for
ml long a tinio were one of our staff of Teachers,
ami from whom we part with great regret. We all
unite in the kiudest wishes for your future welfare
Royal School Honolulu. June 1 1882.
Mr. and Mrs. Monsarrat left for Puuloa the aauie
evening where they intend to pass their honeymoon.
That much happiness is in store for tbem it the
hearty w ih of all who know them.
Ui The following is a oopy of the record of
rainfall for the month of May, at Mr. J. II.
Wood's farm, in Nuuanu Valley a.8 taken by Mr.
0 OO j
0 AO I
Health Department, Honolulu H, L ,
Moutcabt ltr.roHT roa Mat IHt2.
The total uuiubrr of ilesths reported (or the tnooth of t
May was 51, distributed as follows :
Tuder 1 yrar
From I to 3
From 3 to 10
From 10 t 30
From 20 to 30
. 9 From 90 to 40. ,
. 0 From 40 to Ml. . ,
I From 60 to fiO . . .
. 5 From no to 70...
6 Over 70
ldalrs 32 Fnnslen
Piilnionnin i "
4Tirnltl Plates America..
Cickk or Death.
. Heart dlsvsss
Sj Paralysis .....
4 Pneumonia . .,
. . 2 Tnknowu ....
Compabative Monthly Mobtautt.
May, 1H77, deaths 41 Msy, 1HH0. deaths...
Msy.lSTH, deaths 4:1 Msy, lHi, deaths...
Mav,lH79, deaths MlMsy, lDKi.dsatha. ..
Jxo. II. IlaowH, Agent Board of Health.
The weather ha at last cleared tip, and the road
would 1 quite passable if a few of the large atonea
w ere taken out aud some of the " chuck " hole
Professor Zaiuloch the great Magician, gave two
performances at Kahului, in the large warehouse.
On the first occasion every seat was occupied, and
the next evening there was not standing room for
all that wanted a sight for their money. He play.
ed hero last night iu the Government School llouso
and every available place was occupied long before
tho performance commenced, lie will give anotn-
er show to-night, and then leave for Kblala to as
tonish the Natives iu that " neck o' woods."
There is the utmost confidence .here in tho new
Cabinet, the general opinion is that at last the right
men have got in the right places.
The Native " protracted effort " is still in pro
gress day and night and is likely to do much good
m the way of saving souls so mote It bo.
The caroenters are busy nuttinsr up houses to i
lioard and lodge the II. C.CVa men who will com- J
mence at once to construct the ditch to carry water
from Waiheo to their Plantation on the plains.
Pall to be given bv the Kohala Club on 11th
June, look out for a good time and good clothes.
Why don't some one encourage home industry,
apd purchase those fine carriages of Mr. Hopkins.
'Mahukona a port of entry where shall we build
a summer resilience for tne lungr we want it
From conversation overheard at Halawa we
judge that the Portugese Consul would do well to
inquire into tne treatment or tils people not iar
The doctor sav the reason his horses look ao
poor is that they work too hard. He says it It a
poor sign for a doctor to have fat horses.
We notice that Ben has opened a store at Kaiopihi.
Ben is a splendid fellow and deserves trade. Give
him a helping hand and yon will Jind him hon
est and obliging.
Dry weather, with symptom of more of it. Cane
looks thirsty. Big preparations going on on all
sides for next planting season. More acres than
usual being broken np.
Temperance meetings are the order of the day here,
aud sudden conversions are made. We hoi they
will keep, but fear the result. Total prohibition
is the only way.
f Tho R. R. has finished the trestle over tha
gulch at Star Mill, and will soon be at Kohala
plantation guicii, when tne iiearts i tne insiders
will be glad. Mr. Nichols' skill and WUder's
pluck have done more for this district than can be
"Tho new Ministry seems to suit the people here
so far as heard from. Mr. uioson win, we know.
look after the interest of the laborer, and at tha
same time se that justice is done to the employer.
hy would it not be a good idea to give our Go
vernment physicians full powers as sanitary
officers. I don t think they would object to tha
extra work. There are many places where the
health of the ieople is endangered by total dis re
gard for the laws regarding such things as tha
amount of space required for individual and
cleanliness of habitation. What is every one'
business is no one'.
Thursday, May 2otb.
Before the Chief Jcstick.
Win. Hatton, alias Aaron a, vs l'iopio (k). Thia
was an action for trespass ou fishing grounds,
and came up by appeal from Ihe Km Court
where a decision in favor of tho defendant had
been given. The case turned upon a jxLnt which
han been raised by Mr. Cecil Brown, counsel for
plaintiffs, viz: Whether the holder of a knleano
hud any right to delegate to another the fishing
right which attached to his laud. Mr. Preston
appeared for Fiopio, and the cane was argued
uud submitted. J lis Honor taking time to con
sider his decision which will be one of great in
terest to the smaller land holders throughout tho
Before Juikjk McCullt.
Tenny and Graham vs. Cha. II. Judd. An
action to recover $100 damages for an alleged
trespass; Mr. W. It. Castle for plaintiff; Mr. E.
Preston for defendant. 1 he case was aubmilted
to His Honor ou the Police Court record; the
only question really in dispute being whether
the trespassing animals (two bulls) ahoultl not
have been impounded at once. After hearing
counsel the Court reserved judgment.
Several cases were postponed to the June Bit-
ting; the trespass action, Leoug Tong vu. Lau
Kau, was adjourned to this day; and the case
Aiau vs. Hinan, to Wednesday, 3 1st inst. In
the cae Queen Emma vs. Kauiaka and others.
defendants' counsel, Mr. llolokahiki withdrew
t riday, ilay tt.
Tenny and Graham vs. Charles II. Judd. His
His Honor Judge McCulIy, delivered judgment
in this case for tbe defendant. The following is
the concluding portion of the judgment i
It is clear that plaintiffs did not perform
their legal duty in the premises. It was their
duty to terminate the $tutu$ of trespass forth
There is no proof that they made immediate
active and reasonable efforts to ascertain the
owner, and failing that, impounded. As soon as
they did start them for the pound they wero
told who they belonged to, Viz: tho defendant.
The plaintiff Graham disregarded the informa
tion. It is an inference that he had never cared
to know the owner. A3 remarked above, tho
plaintiffs suffered the long stay on their-premises,
although it could have been determined within
forty-right hours. Meantime they had tho use
of the bulls. It may bo likened to the detention
for five months of a horse which had strayed on
the premises who is usod at plaintiffs' labor tho
while, then impounded and claim made. for his
The inference from the testimony may well
be, that they permitted the bulls to remain for
their own advantage, making a merely colorable
inquiry as to the owner until such time as they
might be confiscated by a sale from the pound
to satisfy the claim for pastnre, thus suffered to
run for live months. This is a claim in their
own wrong and cannot be allowed. Judgment
for the defendant with his costs.