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PACIFIC COMMER CI Ax. ADVERTISER, JULY 15, 1882.
33Y IE. 1, ADAMS.
Regular Cash Sale.
THURSDAY, JULY 20th,
AT lO A. I..
-V t Sjilosroom.
jv;i E. T. AuciiuQter.
Dwelliii" tV Furniture
Saturday, July 22d,
At 1 ! oV,.t r. .0:1, w.'.l r-r '1 t Vb 1' Auct.oi, n
: lie PJ,
The Weil-Known Two-Story and
Attic Residence on King St.,
I.F.ION -IN"". T' T A TIIIUM.
Together with its Adjoining Two
Story Building and
Convenient Out Buildings & Land, j
n.Mi'UMN!. riri.K. i-Kitncr.
. , i., it . i .,. ! ..wilt. - ll '!. It ,;tc- of Far-
I uurr H-.l.i rn JO- -r" ir. t- hoas-. c t..it.rie ,f IVd-
!, ti 11 .ri.-.:t I - M,:tr.--,Utl,l..-.rrwi.
rr ar. l Kurh :i ' -.'. 1 B.lh I ub. I Ice C hen . ?.
A p.r;i.. .. lit , ur.-..a- l. -n -j r ..a rm..i ..a M .rtta;e
if .! .r "1. r '- ' ' ,r
I! I". Al)li, Auotion-.er.
MflVTI Y - - JUIj 24thl
lUUl'i'-1 lj UWJja " j
At 'i M . :.t r..:. .-o r., I
mi t-l 1 J nKnlinln
L TIG IT 00 US ClIlU UlIdLLClb, , L Hack Un.Sll,, and a.h l.We. will mtteal
,lu , lui-,t on board the eteamer on arrival, until after
TU- ,,,..,."' 1.1,. VV . .1.-; lu s IV..I-.tram-
el f..r t.M ,1..- i'li. Ju"- i-t. ai..t j
c.ni rti t'ie
ESiSSSsshop Furnilure !
H. P l t M?, Audi ,r.err.
OF S A L. Ill I
By Direction of Antone Levaro,
Th M. ft ig-e n-.ro.l in a ert , Indenture of
.M tte .1 I V'-t-t ry I7i. n,a.l by
. rrim-. M.rtui i-ih- aiJ An
I rr I. rv.ro. I am r .iru'Td
To Sell at Public Auction
SATURDAY, JULY 29th, 1882,
At 12 M.. -I v D in lloolu!u.
All that certain Piece or Par
cel of Land,
Situiie at Ka. I.:.n.. t lUd. kn-wo a the U: d of
Mure rartiro'ar'.j J.'ri.l-1 in Il. yl Faiet.t No. 321')
ar. I rurUt:.i'ti..; an i l- -cie. And al .
All that certain Piece of Land,
iuu:iie in .!; I KI. L 1 I . more ptriiiu!arly d-4Cied in
K. l i'iei.t n. r.titior, ft 0 acre. and bein the m(
rmM.dUi.xl .Th on Jl ron by tse A1iDinrrau.r of
the aicl Ka.w.by r.ri d!-d Siarrh 5th. liT9. if re.
r .rd m l.ilrrJ. rn p- 3ti
ly t '.t lurlh-r pirl.. u.ir ei..piir of
t.. ' ADAMS. Aucfr.
ir 1,(1!. b;;oV.f.,r I :T'.i- jjli
ART AUCTION SALE !
I am Tiitmictecl
HENRY MACFARLANE, Esq.,
111 '.ni, TIIe'i'Sh FOHTMGHT.
I ae n. : f i i c 1 daie ill I t:v-n,
I S TI I. I . H O 1 D
V .phi-lVs Xvw IJIock,
,orner Fort fit Queen Sts.,
r iae Oil Pointings by Artists of note.
Beautiful Bernese Wares.
A Fine Collection ot Water Colors.
Some Good Furniture.
nr. ti iiki i. lot of
LOT CF BOOKS i
N. B.Tlie I-ndies are expect
ed to come.
ly K. I'. Al'tM?, A acti .or.
IMoticc to the Public.
I! A- ft'i N i.I A
Dancing School in Wailuku,
Ar,i i j r-j r 1 M ; T- Q I'' c T .g
w ;: t
Tune and Repair Pinaofortes
2v u i ca 1 I n . t rn m o n t
F A I I KIN t'.
ARE NOW OPEN ON
Every Wednesday & Satardiy Evenings
Mr. M af : aj r- It v lb h a
r i -.'f -. 1 frf. !-:nni Ma. e. 1
.m. . rl)'Ks(;Mli. lMIMSrR Tt R
I . k.i.nn .il f. liiM..i.. .l ii Pui-.c !
n .i V.dr.af. .-: 1 Jj..12. a: Ah. .a i j
Jl .,r. , i. f. r. - :. trie t . t j'ij.
1 i .! i . 1 th.
i I i- r. i'f "i j'
I 1. i- k". : "i f " I n-.a. l-'.y a t J.
1 i. I1 . ;! I " I o.e . f ;-:-a."
1 i, . t l. H. ar. 1
I Ini'iT I. -w.k.
W. C PARKE. A.lm.n :.-atr.
ti oa.Ja:? n-.n. i-2 jju an Jt
Evrl-Iv cTTAW.-LK iuto IL-llister A Co.'
sail trv rfreLiiiS levrrife. ! jivTJtf-wlt
-oZS I'la-Le.. :?jt,u-. suJ ;lVs will I oiJ at
vJucrU prii-cs Jnriag the next tLirtr day at A. M.
yLis'i. 10. Fcrt-trevt.
FOR SAX FRANCISCO.
the i n tlu uxuk
. H. W. ALMY,
1 FBEEMAX. r.
! Will bavr qalrk (iispatrli for tls above Port. I ir
; I'reljht or Pas-are apply to
i C;itk V Cooke., Agents.
! FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
THE CLIPPLR EGTSt
P?tWM. G. IRWIN,
THE CLIPPiR EGTSt
Will have quick diopatrh for the above Port, lor
Freight or Taase apply to
Win. G. Irwin A. to., Agents.
IXlNXCi-. 1VX nistor,
t-tf-htiif-T I.ikehkt- will l-v Honolulu each Ttu adav a
4 p. M.. t.jucLlrj at IjiLaina, .Ma!a Hav, Mikma, Ma
Lukotia. Kawaihae. Lanrti-lioe and Hilo.
Ueturmug will tou.h at all the above porta, arriviiig at
iiouoiuiu r n MiuaaT a. m.
No Credit for Passage Money.
We puitively rr fuae t opeu xruiiLtn f.jr I'a.age. aud
we particularly rail the attention of the traveling public
t' tLe cerexMty .f LaviDg Bauagf auU rreiaht I LAlNI.Y
MAUKK1); tlit Minut-rwill rn.t hi- rt-piiMbir f'-r aLy
nurijkrii-(l :j'ag-, or for l'r iv'tit or I'an els, unl
Ktl tlHKI) Koli.
Freight Money Du on Demand.
In all rae of Kreiulit for parties not responsible or
utiknowu. the Freight Money w ill be required in advance.
Packages of Liquors and Wines Must Be
""""rtbeparty wl.oiiitbeyarefor. or plainly stated in the
Ke-eipt t'J whom they are cotiHigtieil.
All demands tor damage or loss must be luade with:u
In do way liable for los or accident to Live t..k
P'fe'r Lave been landed,
Wildor cfej C.
rwMIK MKrXIKK WIM, LE.tVE IIKK
v UAI'.F at 4 p. v.. and SU Freight will be received
after 3 p. M. Due u. tice l Kiveu of thi rnle. aud it wilt
be carried out (uivlj WlLLKli t to.
PACIFIC HAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
THE SPLENDID SrEAM.-lUP
CITY OF SYDNEY,
Will LEAVL HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
ON OR ABOUT JULY 31.
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND !
THE SPLKNDID STEAMSHIP
HILL LC1VE FOR TIIK tOLOMlLS
ON Oil ABOUT AUGUST 6th.
tor Freight ai.d Pasaage, apply to
II. II ACKFELD .t Co. Afents.
Gaaili tor Sblpturnl per Strainer run at"
ke Slarril. I'rre af t'karnr, la Ike f-'ire-proof
Wiirrbiiw irnr the Slrnmrr Wharf, mar 4
Oceanic Steamship Com'y.
TIIK Al IKON
Will Leave Honolulu for San
Saturday, July 22
f or Freight or Passage, apply to
VM. G IRWIN Co. Acent.
Oceanic Steamship Com'y.
TIIK A I IRON
Hill Ifatr San Iranrlf0 far IIodo!b!b ihr Cth !
of lath Slontb. retnrnlnjr Trent Ilouololn on
Ihf iid IU) of Karh Montli.
SAN FRAN CISCO AGENTS,
Jno. D. Spreckels & Bros.
321 Market Street.
Win. G. Irwin fc Co..
A FRANK COOKE,
CORNER NUUANU & QUEEN STREETS.
IIUMiLl Ll', II. I .
AG-EPJT O H
Tlic JFoIIowins I'iiclfccls
V a I l-KI.lr:.
,N W A I M A LI",
K A 1. 1 A ,
K A MUI, bEX. MLliEU
FLAG j-Red, with White Ball !
For Europe via New York.
t) OR 1B0TT Jt.E 5th.
Two Sailings Every Week
FROM T. YORK EVER i HEIMIHV.
I RUM B0ST I VI UV S11IR0IV.
RATES OF PASSAGE:
SO nmd lOO GUL'i
crord.r.( to Acci)cmx)i:i.a.
RKTl R TUklTS 0 1VURELE TERMS.
STEKRACE 2S irRRENCV
tiood accmBCill. cao ala;a be aeour-d on application
WILLIAMS. DIMOND k CO.
JAS. A LEX A3 KR. San Franc;aco.
09 state Street. Boston.
VKRNON H BROWS St CO..
4 BowUsg Green, New York
Notice to Pasaeraera trota Austral. Mew ZealaoJiyj Bono
lu.o The Cunard Lice affjrda more facihues to
throcth pe-fera from Trc-Pac.Cc Pr-,. tne freqaer.fr of
it aau.c precluditf all p saibihty of je.y ,a Hew York."
XJT UjoJ AccoccjaoJa'-ioo li; reserved.
TIBNO.JfH BROWN k CO..
mart a Bawl.r Green. 'aw York.
lie. r Krrr I:i.-k H. Ii ay-hlio.n his b(-eo appointed
ei rttry of tiir I'.oatJ of H-:tb, vUe Mr. J. A. Rassin
E'rrs:fs..J. WALTER M. GIE5GX.
I .-tsiJeLt B-arJ cf Health.
Honolulu, July 12. Jjl5 3t
Ml S. W. KaaI Las this day beea appointed Agent to
griLt Marriage Licei.iis fur the District of Eaca, Island
cf Manl. MMOJf KALOA r r.
Minister o: Interior.
Interior o-rnce, JslT G. Iii2. jylo 4t
Ma. C. i. Wil-'S has. tbia day, been appuiutej Saper
iiitcnieiit of WatTw-.r!. anJ Clerk of Markets for the
District of Houolu'u. I:anJ Oahu, vice G. V- Fraeth,
renigcej. S-IMON' KAI.OA KAAI,
Minister of the Interior.
Iteriur Office, July Is-t,
School Vacation Notice.
The regular MiCiiiifr vacation of all Public Schools
throughout the KiLdjiu, will extend from FrlJay the
2-ith cf July iiistact ; to Monday the 19th of September
next, on which date a new term will begin.
Ky i rJf r of the Hoard of EJuoation.
VV. J. SMITH, Secretary.
Liu. atiun office, July ar.l, lw.'. jy8 3tw
School Notice. j
The r-iiular anunal oublic examination of ibe Gov- j
eruiiieut Knili.-h day Schools in Honolulu , will bo held I
as follow : ;
On Wednesday. July 2otb at the fohakaina School.
" TLur.Jay. ' -jTth " " Royal School.
i ri.lcv. UMh " Fort ?truet School. i
The rxaiuinntijus will ttfin at y o'clock a. m , on each
of the above days ; and the summer vacation will extend
to Monday the lth of September next, on which date a
new term will begin.
By order of the Board of E liication.
W. J. SMITH. School Agent.
Education Cilice. July 3rd. 1-W2. jyS 3tw
LIST OF LETTERS.
)i:.maimx; ix Tin: (jknkkal
i, POST OFFICE. JL"I.Ytii, in--.
An.: iMHi. I
El.lrii'L-. ( has
Ellis. Mr- I.
Mat-aulv, S i
McKay." Ales 2
Muir. John 4
I'ickerin A Co 2
I'owell. 1 E
Fatten, ti S
1'u.re. E J
I'atten. Cha W
Arclteiniuiin. M iss Forrert. Tli.nn
Aiidr. wr. I:
ItlCKlM'ii. i.v J
Kakt-r. J no E
Fox. C II
Fo!-om. H P
;:iuld. 11 M 3
til'-nnie. Miss M
treii, K J
J tiuldber'. Dan :J
Pol- lO'inioiis. Hi i.rv
Itrvant. II K 3
liori.enr-. Johaiiu Holers. W II
touch, r. Ii W Kecard. J W
(imir;'. Mis P E Ilierdon. Dan
tirt'-sorv. Henry 2 Kusel. Wm
t.odfr.v. WIS Kevnolds. MrsTA
' " s
Ili'iiiiing, Cait Shepherd. A
2 Shaw. W E
Hansen. J P -2 Saplie. J D
HouMiian. C V Stonelieck, Mrs
Ilnrlmttie. Ed Styan, Miss A
I5ro lie. Ed in
lirow n, Delia
llaron. A I.
Bure,?. J C
ili lteiicourt. Man
uel de Mattor
HaU.-r. S .1
ricli:ird A" Co.
Hu;!i.'. Kichard Sanderson Alas-
Harvev. M It
Hansen. M M
-r-Hooker. M 1)
Sackett. Mrs K
scotcburn H J
Spencer. E J Mrs
Toler. J H
Ta rltcr. Win
Ta'vn z. John
Tow le. J L
Truce v J II
Tripp". P H
Thornton. Wni II
Vernon. D E
Coiiev. M irv
Cioehan. M ichael
i'ltH ker. M -J Herrn gton. Win
t'oak. s. c J
I'lianr. J s Jenkins. J C"
Cardeii, .lt)!.i: Johr.-on. Miss A
Cooi.ei. Mi-s W T H
Charl-en. Marie .lohnson, Cscar
Clark. Piobt C Jackson. Thos
Chri-liaiis-eii. Mrs Jackson. Ceo A
Kipp. J E
Lnni. Mr A
Lewis. l I-
l.ind, J II
Martin. W Z
Mill. A N
Calhath. 11 M
Davis. W C
Daliiba. Miss .1 t
Daubs, tieo W
lavi-. D 11
Dee. Law r.-nc
Davis. W J
Dorris. E M
Daley. Ja F
Euler. C M
Eddv. t. W
w lute, m
Wright. Mrs Ft
WilHanis. J W
Youn?, i?as W
tin above List are
Evans. T E
Parties eT:iiiiriii: f.'r Let;
particularly requested tn
Ct?" Ak ir AilvertitM'tl l.eiter
.JNO. M. K PENA, P. M. O.
Licenses Expiring in July, 1882.
I K.nn Wo Chouj; k Co.. Kaueohe. Koolaupoko
1 Kam Wo Co.. Niiumin street. Honolulu
1 Hvuiau I'.ros , Merchant street.
1 Tl lavies. Kaahumanu street. "
1 Woiu Mm. Lihba street.
J Hiram M Moore. Fort street, "
: I ee suit;. Nuuaitu street. "
5 Man t hu. k k Co . Nr.uatiu street.
7 McChesnev Jt Oithens. Queen street,
7 M (i C.ne'ia. Hotel street. "
7 1. Ahlo. Suusnu street. "
s Kwi.iii! ls i Wo Jc Co., NuuaiiU street, "
11 N iuij cm V o. Nuuanu street. "
11 J..e A 1'ios. cor I'uiirhbowT and Beretanis sta, "
11 ilnrt Hr..s.. Nunanu .-treet. '
14 luhn Chee Fo. Nuuanu street.
ir. L ii Sresovich k Co.. gueen street. "
Nee Lee. Beretnia street, '
Is Mara Chun T usf. Nuuanu street.
l-.i Kw m; Van Uw. lieretania street.
15 H ilay 4 Co.. Fort street. '
1 Kuu You Kee, Kins street. Eapalama, "
Jl Mau On Chonj:. Manr.akea street, "
' Cum innD, corner Hotel and Maunakea ati, "
2 Chuug Wa.
:!0 G. Kim, Corner Fort and Uotal streets, "
1 An.sr.a. Pnuro, U;lo
1 Lu Wo. Kahaluu. North Koli
5 Alfred thejpard. K' hala
Ah Chap d; Achnue. Makapsla. North Koba'.a
II W II Davis. Kailua. North Kona
lj Charles Milhau.s. Kukuihaele. Ilamakua
12 Maw Kia'i. Naalehn. Kau
14 F H Hamliui;. Uulei. Kona
13 H N itreeoweli. Kalukalu. North Kona
13 Ah Kim .v Achuru. Kaiopihi. North Kchala
10 Thomas M V Hart. Haiuakua
Is c.oo Cuuu k Co.. Kapaau. North Kohala
1 0'.o Ah sin. Kaupihi. Ncrth Kobala
Jo J 1 Mills. Hilo
J4 K Amu. Hamakua
j3 C Y Aiona. Kalepolepo. Hiio
Kau Ta; t Mau. Kaivpii.1. N.rth Kohala
js c Y Aioua. 1'unahoa. Hilo
H0 y4n S:n Lu't Co . I'ueo. Hilo
1 C H ky. liauuak'.iapoko
3 Alo. Lahaioa
a Aki. KaUuaba. M I kai
y 1 W Kamanuwai. Kaupo. Haua
9 Ak.ma. Wailuku
14 i !aus Spreckels. Ksl.ul ii
Is W. i..: liaui. Or ve Hainh. Makawao
1.. I.i:u K n Kie. Kij ahulu. Uana
ja Kwi c Yurj. Haiku
Jo T, ngfiV-t. hiii.ti ah
1 J M I.awl. r v Co., Iiawanan Hotel, Hoa'.ula
1 An.at a. I'uueo. HiiJ, llitia
3 Ler Mi-ii. Nuuanu street. Hcnclulu
9 Edward batcLeior. Wa:l .k'i. Maai
1J Mau K:au. NaalrLu. Kau. Hawaii
14 Ku S-e. I'l. henna. Hilo. Hawaii
1 K.-t-ii. I a:. Makawao. Maai
I; At i; Knj isii. K. ha:a. Hawaii
1.' Ai;k-'-. I . j; ji.-.k us. Mani
1." Lira K- i. K- . K:i ahulu. Hint. Maui
Jl V aa i t'.ii:. Mauuakea street. Honolultt
j Cr.:a i !::;. f.-rner li.lci aud Maunakea Honolulu
j." i L'ii N- . Niaiii. N rth K .l.a'.a. Hawaii
j7 l t.i s Jacks a. H . tei street, Honolulu
Y tioleaa Ir.
1 llos Br a . Merchant etreet. Honolulu
1 T 11 Dae:-.-. K!.'::i.a:.u street,
la J Cr Ta. kr. vueen treet. .
I H lsy s Ccc, Fcrt street.
1 ii re Er:cla Wailuku. Mtui
I J M LiiI.t fc '.'.. liawaiian H-tei. Honolulu
lit Cho:uas M V Hart. liau:t, Hawaii
1 T W Kualaku. Fi?h Market. Hon.iulu
V Y. C XioCan ish Market. Hjnciulu
jl H Kaicaata. W aiiuku. Maui
."i H K:,;iiLa. Waihee. Maui
11 Aisn.a. ilsu-. M ikiwi-;
1" 1. nj Sn. Honolulu
jl Aka :. K. hanaiki. S. rth K. tala. Hawaii
s K- '.e:i.aiu'.e. Kilo, Hawaii
i- Purtiii, H.ucl jiu
JO 5 Kanwtaliha. N-rt Koba'.a. Hawaii
JJ shifinaa Llierts. Hilo. Hawaii
iJ Aal r.a, Waihee. Maai
1 T 11 Dar'.-r. KaaLurnasu street, Honolulu
1 J M Lawlor k C Hawaiian Hotel. Hoao'.u
lj PT TLorutcn. Kingdom. (Honolulu)
11 Daniel Nat e'.a. Molokai
1 J II LvW.tt, Kvca. Oahu
Board of Health. Notice.
of Health having received in- j
of Sinall-pox. Wing j
intr.Kliitt-.l int.. the Tort vt San Franciso. a.n,l
tLt- liieae, alrhoagh subject V cl? rt-striotit.n.
migV't jM.-eibiy g-"t lyoti'-l the Quarautitis
limits; ti;t-r fori-, thv Bar..l tU-ituoJ i: tht-ir
iluty to tnjoin njK-a the I.rt Fhy.-ioian vf Ilin
Iu!r. t- ex;ri'ie the utiii'.t TirlJanee in rvi-ct x--,
all vs 1 cotaiujj from the Port of Saa Fraucisoo:
as it Ua ofcurreil. as ia the case of the Audra
in. that a vc-el from that Port liavitij,' rfporte.l
a clean bill of health. Lad, however, case of
of iniall-pox on board. HoweTer, the Board
haTing farther assuraacej that the casts of small
pox that have entered the Port of San Francisco
have been confined strictly rithin Quarantine
limits, make known the following order :
'The Port Physician will go in company with
the Pilot to board any steamer arriving from the
Port of San Francisco., and make a medical exam
ination of passengers nd crew, and should there
be no evidence of contagious disease, passengers
may land without being subject to further Quaran
Sailing vessels will 1 subject to the usual regu
lation, and having reported to the Pilot a clean
bill of health, will not be boarded by the Port
FRED. H. HAYSF.I.DEN,
Secretary B'iard of Health.
Honolulu, Julv 11. 12.
Mi D. 3. Kahookano has this day been appointed
Agent to Acknowledge Labor Contracts fr Labor between
MaBters and Servants for the District of South Kohala,
Hawaii. SIMON KALOA KAAI.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, July C, 1-S2. jylo 4t
The following persons have been Commiasion as Tax
Assesors for the Taxation District of the Kingdom for
the year IsSJ.
S. K. Mahoe
J. y. Kauahi
J. L. Kaulukou
Molokai & Lanai.
.J. A. Kaukau
,.J. W. Kalua
. . . J. Gardner
H. M. Whitney
D. H. Nahinu
J. Ci. Hoaplii
, ti. w. Pilipo
K. A- Lyman
Kawaihau . .
Jas W. bush
G, L Mehcula
..1. U. Kapuniai
JNO. E. BL'SH.
Minister of Finance.
Honolulu, July 1st, 1882.
Ma E. Levi KAfat haa this day been appointed Agent
to grant Marriage Licenses for the District of Wiaie
Kauai. SIMON KALOA KAAI.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, July 6, lssj. jyl5 4t
; Sealed Tenders marked " Tenders for Hay and Feed."
Will be received at the Office of the Minister of the In
terior until Thursday, June JOth, at 12 o'clock noon, for
furnishing Hay and Faed at Government Stables for Six
Months from July 1st. 1&42.
,' The average monthly quantities will be:
Hay (California Wheat aud Oat) say
Oats . "
The Hay and F eed uiwst be of the best quality, aud de
livered full weight.
The Minister of the Interior does not bind himself to
accept the lowert, or any bid. S. K. KAAI.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, June 22, 1n;2. ju?4
Sale of Lease of Government
On Wednesday, July 26th. 1SS2. at the front entrance of?
Aliiolani Hale, at 12 o'clock noon, will be sold at Public!
Auction the Lease of Lots Nos. 65 and 66, sit
uated on the Esplanade iu Honolulu.
TERMS Lease 5 years, upset price $123 per annum for
the two lots, payable quarterly in advance.
S. K, KAAI, Minister of Interior.
Interior Department, Honolulu, June 24th. lsa2. ju24
1 1 2
f- i i I
1 1; "j-
ritkr tVM'tL MEETING ofibe STOCK.
1 hJ'.i-rs cf the WaIMA.VALO sd'GAK CO., be
he d in the tEce cf tVo ccdcrs iiel rn Thar Jv. Ja y 20;b,
iiS a: 10 A. M. ALEX. J. CARTWRIGIiT.
Treasarer W. ?. Co
Henoiu'u. Juy 14. ls-2. w.'yla 1' dj 19 If
There will be a meeting of ex-sol Jiers and sailors
of the U. S. Army and Navy, at The Hawaiian Ho
tel next Saturday evening. July loth, at :'Vj. for
the purpose of receiving the names of the who
wish to b-come member of a Po-t i f the G. A. B.
to be established. Blank applications may be had
by applying to the Secretary, at oSoe of Wm. G.
Irwin A Co.. corner cf Fort and Merchant street-.
l-tween the h-.tirs if 1-and 1 p.m.. or to F. L.
Clarke, c tiie P. C. Aijyf-F.ti-eh. from o to 6 p.m.
j!ylOdo:-w it C. H. ELDRIDGE. Sec'y.
What the People Say.
Mb. Eittoe. In the P.C.A. Daily of the 10:h
instant I notice aa article reflecting on the
Deputy-Sheriff of Lahaina. I will state here as
far as it ccncejns me. I pronounce it a base
lie. if I am not mistaken this is U'jt the first time
that I have been slandered by the same person.
Probablv if the person did not meddle so much
A with ctb-r people's business it would be bet:?r
..JULY 13, 1SS2.
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
lb lock i tie!
Mr. Campbell' nf
r l ii.-iiie-s
Weil he has lc
:..is j'...t a full flow .f water at the
: -liil.ing for lU v. Mr. Piugham ;
This well has a o-inch bore.
Tk estimate given by this journal oa lit inst,
of the la-t quarter's exports differs by less than
Si- from the actual amount as now deelared by
the Customs authorities.
In his oiiicial rejort for last month on his work
as a Government physician, Dr. C. T. F.odger coa
cluJcs his remarks wiih an urgent request tht the
Li-leiiary may be removed to larger premises,
and that an en 1 may I put to th present chaos "
in regard to the mana'-;eiiient of the lejiers.
Thk steamer Triumph which arrived on Monday,
i- a vessel of 17l.7 tons register, with engines of 100
horse power. She lelongs to Jno. Mclutyre of New
Castle on Tyne, and was built by Kailton, Dixon
A Co.. of MiJdleslK.rough. Besides her 1,100
Coolies she has two cabin passengers for San Fran
cisco; also Oou tons of freight for this port.
All the oi l building have been cleared away
fiom the lot at the coiner of Alakea and Hotel
streets, lately purchased by the Young Men's
Christian A-sociatin. It is to be hoped that it
will not be Ions before the lot presents a busy
scene on the oeea-ion of laying the foundation
stone of the proposed new building.
Tue schooner Julia sailed on Thursday abotft 10
a.m., for the South Seas, under the command of
Captain Ticriiey. .she goes on account of the
Planters' Labor anil Supply Company to secure
laborers from the New Hebrides group. Captain
Tierney hs- It-tn appointed a special agent of the
Immigration Hoard for this vovage.
Thk Directors of the Honolulu Athletic Asso
ciation met on Tue.-day at the Hawaiian Hotel,
and after discussing the position of the Associa
tion's affairs, resolved to call a general meeting of
members for Tuesday evening next and lay their
views Iff ore it. The general opinion of the Di
rectors was that if the members of the Association
would subscribe among themselves $1,000 a
gymnasium could le built at once.
Keahtla was charged before Judge Bicker ton on
Monday with usim threatening language to Maria
Apaii. Defendant created quite a scene in court by
his violence. He accuses Maria of stealing his
property from him. and said his enmity would not
stop till she was dead. This sort of thing has been
going on for a long time, so that she and another
woman hud abandoned their house through fear of
him. He was oidered to rind bond for S100 to
keep the peace towards Maria and her household
for one month.
The birthday of the youngest daughter of His
Excellency J. 1". Iliish, was celebrated by a luau at
his residence ye.-te.rday. The guests present in
cluded His Maje.-ty the King, H.R.H. Princess
Liliuokahini. H.ll.H. Princess Likelike, Hon. J.
M. Kapena. Col. J. H. Jiovd. members of the Leg
islature. Government otlicials and members of the
press. The occasion was most enjoyable, and good
wishes for the health, wealth, and prosperity of
the little lady were expressed by all.
K.viivo was on Tuesday last sent fo prison for a
mouth for beating his wife. This man has been
before the Police Justice several times on similar
charge.-. l ines, aud being obliged to lind bonds
to keep the peace, being of no avail to make him
behave- himself, it is to be hoed that imprison
ment will do something in that direction. Con
sidering that he kicked his wife in the mouth and
in the stomach, besides beating her, it is to be
regretted that flogging is not included in the
discipline which the magistrate can indict iu such
Mb. and .Mi:s. Dohence Atwater of Tahiti, are
at present visitors in our city, having arrived by
the Tawera. which vessel belongs to Mr. Atwater.
This gentleman is the Consul for the United States
at Tahiti, and his wife is the sister-in-law of King
Pomai e. On Tue-day Mr. and Mrs Atwater had an
interview with His Majesty, who placed one of his
carriages at their disposal for the occasion. The
Royal Hawaiian Bai.d gave a serenade Wednesday
evening in honor of these visitors from the Isles of
the South, at the Hotel, where they are residing.
The programme was especially arranged for the
occasion, and included manv of the favorite airs.
-Mb. 'Wai.wkk is sinking a well for the Waianae
Sugar Company at a place deemed suitable for the
purpose some two miles from the sugar mill. He
is down now 8oo feet, chietly through clay and
coral, with intervening layers of mud lava." The
tools have now reached stuff of a harder character,
and the indications are dsemed to be good. A new
set of tools is lieing constructed, those in use being
rather light. Water lias already been struck on
this property at a depth of 70S feet in a place about
half a mile from the present work, but it did not
come within 25 feet of the surface. As the well
being sunk is at a lower level, an 11-feet head
of water is expected to V got.
' Pcrsvant to call, a number of veterans of the U.
S. Army and Xavy met at the Hawaiian Hotel last
Saturday evening, for the purpose of organizing a
Post here cf the O. A. Ii. There were about 15
present and the meeting having been called to or
der by General Comly. Dr. M. Hagan was called
upon to pre.-ide and Mr. C. H. Eldridge to act as
Secretary. The purposes ot the meeting were then
explained and those present voted to apply for a
charter f.r a Post. Upon motion the Secretary was
instructed to make known through the papers that
there would 1 an adjourned meeting held next
Saturday night. July 13. at the same hour and
place, fnr the purpose of receiving the names of all
ex-soldn-rs and sailors of the U. S. Army and Navy
;vho might wish to become members rf a Post of
the G. A. Ii. here. A vote of thanks was then ten
dered Mr. Lawlor for the use of the Hotel parlor
tor this meeting.
A native witness from Koolau. who was exam
ined in a civil suit lx-fore the Supreme Court
on Tuesday, betrayed a degree of ignorance
which hardly rerlect credit on the educational
system under which he has grown up. He is quite
a young man. but his replies to counsel elicited .he
fact that he did not know when or at what tJ'-e of
the year he w as born, could not fix in any wa. ..he
date of the eeuT he was called upon to give testi
mony about, and did not even know what year of
Our Lord he was now living in. The examining
counsel, tired of obtaining negative answers to all
his questions, at last enquired. Do you know
what von had for dinner n SaturdavV" to which
answered with a grin. ' Oh res, I
Two policemen, named Keohokapu
were charged ijfore Judge Bickert
n on Mondav
with as-ault and battery on a half-crazy man
named Edniond, whom they arrested for drunken
ness r.n 4th July. The Deputy Attorney-General.
Mr. Cecil Brown, c'i lucted the prosecution. The
proceeding- were taken by order of the Marshal,
on account of complaints which have appeared in
the new-par. r-. Edmund- accused the men of
kicking him. and acknowledged that he had been
a little tiu-ht." M.---rs. James Dodd. George
Vegr. A. M. 'Hew-ett. C. E. Williams. Henry Miller
were called as wirne es. After hearing their evi
dence Mr. Brown did not consider it wonld sus
tain the charge, and a-lo-.l the Bench to discharge
the defendant- with a Cant
n. Judgment accord-
ir.gly. It app
i- very tr- !
vi-leut on ti.!
before the p
c fton letn tai
are d from the evidence that Edmond
- wh-n drunk, and had been
premises of Mr. Vt-gt and Mr. Dodd
lice were called in. The man has
en eare of by the police when drunk.
T-ees wi.;.-h Ua:;:ifv Emma street want
trimming. T!.:- w...rk. w hieh has hitherto been at
tended to y-'.iriy i- or.- of the multifarious duties
of the Iri-er;..r D-q irtm nr. but who exactly should
be got after, for t..-gl.-i-?:iisr it. no one outside of
the reT.artmer; t -vms to know.
CAUTION. A::::..:, an WALTHAM WATCHES.
Vf. rEo i . ALL THE ATX T toN CT THE TBAXiE
aM' the I'n.L:." .!.- wei! known quality and
elegance of ::.;.,-h t f o-;r g,.id cast-, jntaranteed by
us to be f c::.t -:i karat gold. U. s. Mint assay,
cr of fo-irt. kir: gM. as may 1 -tamped : and
also t--. our m de f -eliing the saEiC. charging only
f..r the a, tit At- wr.t jht -f the gold used, and not
f.-.r the base metal comprised in springs, key pipes,
filing cf crown. Ac To illustrate which a tag
ach one of o?ir gold cases, which
r - r. -t ::ly the gro-s weight of the
the nft weight cf the gold. Our
all s:L-:-tvo quality &2sVlC3 fine.
n f t:-;l af.ove. we desire to sav
ca-e. :iz a.
silver ci-. s a
that the .-'..'i t la:.- . f ci-ar-it-g f T
of the ca-e. a- if it were all grid, worked well
enough a- ! :.- a- rh- niarifacttirtrs were content
with the a:.. '-::.t f bra- and steel actually re
quired in its : :.s-rr.::i :i : but when the business
was degraded n.:- a contest as t.. who should get
the ni:-: base metal into the least quantity of
Cold, ami call it a o-. tr. ca-e. then the time came
whtii. in the interest of dealers in American
watches, it became nece--ary t adept a plan of
selling, showing the buyer exactly how much gold
each case c- i:ta:ued. In ad -pting this method, we
act iu corf : rmity with the earnest wishes of the
leai.ng Louses of the trade, some cf whom have
aire ad v undertaken to carry out the same idea in
their own business. Ameeicax Watch Company,
Wa'.tham. Mass. M. M Inesny. Agent for this
K:ngd:ra: also Agent f.'r Gorham Sterling Silver
ware. The Tradr sui-plied on the most liberal
terms. ju23 3a.
J. D. Lane has moved hi Marble Cutting estab
lishment to 130 Fort street, and made a iuc ihowr
with his stock.
It is intended, bv a number of his friend here.
to present to General Comly a handsome bible as a
memento of hi residence on the islands.
The usual weekly Gospel Temperance meeting
win ue tieid in the Bethel estry tnis evening, -vii
Tux monthlv meeting of the Guild of St. Au-
drew was held on Thursday evening, bv. . a.
Swan. Warden of the Guild, presiding. Mr. Wry
Tavlor read a highlv interesting paier on The
A stabt will be made to-day with the work of
sinking an artesian wall at the residence of Mr.
Claus Spreckels, Punahou. Mr. Fessler is the
contractor for the work.
Tki Supreme Court ha been occupied during
the week chiefly with civil cases for the Hawaiiau
jury, most of" them being, as usual, ejectment
cases. Banco cases are to be taken on Monday.
The Band will not play in Emma Square this
afternoon, as they are engaged to play at a luun at
the residence of His Excellency Simon Kaai.
There will be an extra concert at the Hotel on
Monday evening next.
Wm. Habbinoton was fined $15 and costs on
Thursday for driving in a reckless manner at Pauoa.
Froru the evidence it appeared that he knocked
down a Chinama, and when called to by a police
man endeavored to escape arre.t by driving into
town as fast as he could.
To-day is the anniversary of the taking of the
Bastille, a day now consecrated as the national
holiday of France. Our fellow townsmen of
French birth propose to observe it with full honors.
M. Feer, Commissioner of the French Republic,
will hold a reception in the evening.
Aloekoba Lodge No. 1, I. O. O. T., was duly or
ganized last Saturday evening, July 9th. in K. of P.
hall, Campbell's Block, Fort street, with the fol
lowing Officers : W. C. T., J. B. Atherton ; W. V.
T., Mrs. J. G. Dickson : W. Secy.. H. Emerson ;
F. C, James Xott. Jr.; Treasurer, F. Burgess ; V.
Mar., James W. McGuire. Meetings every Satur
day evening at 7.30 o'clock.
At a meeting of the Board of Health on tho 11th
inst., tho following resolution, unanimously adopt
ed, was entered upon the minutes of tho Board:
Raolce'l, That the thanks of the Board are ten
dered to J. A. Hassinger. Esq., tho retiring Secre
tary, for his ability and assiduity in the atlairs of
the Board; and for his valuable services iu the
care of the public health. The Board f.tl regret
that Mr. Hassinger's increased duties should re
quire his retirement.
All who have had to transact business with Mr.
Hassinger will concur in the tenor of tho above
resolution. It may lie proper to add that the
change now effected was proposed by Mr. Hassin
ger, and has boon desired by him for some time
past, on account of his constantly increasing
duties in the Interior Office.
An alarm of fire was raised at 52, Nuuaiin street,
a be .it 10 o'clock on Thursday morning. The tire
occurred under a stairway at the rear of the
building, and so close to a pile of seven cases of
kerosene oil that one of the latter was charred.
The fire was promptly discovered and put out, but
had it occurred when no one was about there
wonld have been a serious conflagration to record.
The premises are occupied by Chinamen, as a
tailor's shop. The occupants were unable or un
willing to explain the origin of the fire.
- TIie examination of the scholars of St. Louis"
School took place yesterday, extending through
all the earlier part of the day. His Majesty the
King was present during the forenoon, and there
was a good Attendance of parents of the loys and
friends of the institution. The lads acquitted
themselves creditably, and seemed also ejuite de
lighted that the holidays, which they have fairly
earned, had come at last. When the school re
opens it will be in the new bnildiug at Kamakele,
still, however, under the same name, and under
the management of Mr. Donnelly.
There has been some discussion in regard to the
charges of the Port Thysician. The following
have been the customary charges for some years
For boarding any vessel outside the Boll
buoy iu day-time $25 00
For the same, if at night 50 00
For boarding a steamer in harbor 13 00
For boarding a sailing vessel in harbor 10 00
The musical entertainment given in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. Atwater by the Royal Hawaiian
Band on Wednesday evening was followed by an
impromptu dance. His Majesty the King." at
tended by Colonel laukea, M. Feer. French Com
missioner, and Madame Feer, and a number of
other lades and gentlemen took part in this little
festivity, and appeared to enjoy themselves very
much. When the dancing was over some of tho
band boys serenaded the company, giving very
sweetly some Hawaiian songs with guitar accompa
niment. On Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Atwater were
present at the sitting of the Legislature, and were
the guests of Queen Emma, who prepared a A '
for their amusement, and gave a ball in the even
ing in their honor.
A ct Biors affair which nearly resulted in a seri
ous affray occurred lately at Makawao. Whilst
the ship Suffolk was on her voyage here from St.
Michaels the captain took upon himself to marry a
couple who were too spoony to wait till they
reached the shore. This marriage was not validat
ed by any licensed ceremony after the arrival of
the young couple. The proverb about marrying
in haste and repenting at leisure has been fulfilled
in this case. The girl fell in love with another
wooer, who. having got a legal opinion to the ef
fect that her marriage was not legal, persuaded lu r
to leave her supposed husband. The new swain
applied for a marriage license, and the old one for
a warrant against his wife for desertion. The
parties and an excited crowd of their partisans
were all at the Court-house together, and there
would inevitably have been an ngly fight, and
probably, some blood-letting but for the presence
of mind of Mr. Chillingworth, who with much
trouble appeased them and gave a promise to con
sult the Marshal and find out the true status of
the supposed marriage before he did anything.
The number of Chinese landed at the Quarantine
Station from the Triumph is 2o5, of whom 23S are
men. Four women and thirteen children under
twelve years old, make up the number. Mr. Day
ton brought into town quite a large bag of letters
on Wednesday night, which, after being fumigated
were duly distributed. By these, a number of
Chinese residents have learnt that relatives and
friends are on board the Triumph. There was
quite a crowd on the wharf next day outside the
gates of the mail dock, evaryone endeavoring to
talk across the interval of 6ixty feet with his
friends on board. From the applications made to
the Deputy Marshal on the subject, it is evident
that it free intercourse could be permitted be
tween the passengers and their fellow-countrymen
ashore, a largo number wonld stay here instead of
going on to their destination. Just at the present
moment there can be little doubt that the whole
lot would find employment on the plantations
without a day's delay.
Jcly Tebm, 1SS2.
Before His Honor Judge Acsns.
Monday, Julj 3rd.
The Court op-ened at 10 a.m.
Default was entered in the cases C. Brewer
A Co. vs D. Crowningburg, and Her Highness
Ruth Keelikolani vb Ah Tuck et al.
The calendar was gone through to ascertain
what casee were ready for trial, and the Court
Rex ts Keluholo : SelliDg and giviDg intoxi
cating liquor to native Ilawaiians appeal from
the Police Court. Mr. Cecil Brown, Deputy
Attorney-General, conducted the prosecution.
Mr. Kalua addressed the jury as to the weakness
of the evidence relied on by the Crowo, but did
not call any witnesses. The jury, after a quarter
of an hour's deliberation, returned a verdict of
not guilty, two jurors dissenting.
Rex ts J. Kalua: Gross cheat appeal from
the Police Court. Defendant was accused of
shipping to different people as a laborer, ani
absconding after receiving his advance. He ad
mitted that he had shipped with Mr. MKeague,
but denied shipping with Mr. Wilder, to whom
it appeared that he bad returned, or tried to
return, the advance he received. After the wit
nesses for the prosecution had been beard, Mr.
Kaulukou moved tbat the prisoner be discharged,
on the gr jUDd that do proof had been tendered
that he resbipped with an intention to defraud.
The Court decided, that there was evidence to go
to the jury. Mr. Kaulukou then called his wit
nesses, and made a IeDgthy address to the jury.
Mr. Brown followed. The jury retired at twenty
minutes to 3 p.m. An hour and a half after
wards tbey asked to see the Judge, and stated
that they were divided six to six on certain
points, as to which they asked His Honor's in
structions. His Honor considered all the points
to be matters of fact which the jury must decide
for themselves, and said that Le would wait for
their verdict, as he considered the case one en
tirely resting on facts as to which the jury ought
to be able to como to a decision one way other.
Tho jury then asked to have tha contract entered
into by defendant with Wilder k Co. handed to
them for examination. Mr. Kaulukou imme
diately objected to this, and his objection waa
sustained by the Judge, who, however, said tltt
he thought the jury's request ought to be com
plied with, although ir counsel objected be would
Dot order it ao. After another retirement of aa
hour and a half, the jury returned a verdict of
not guilty, three disscutitig.
ilex th Mahiau, w : Maiming. Mr. Crown
called four witnesses to substantiate the charge.
Mr. Nawabi appeared for the defendant. Verdict
not guilty, one juror dissenting.
Kex vs Tuahiki, k : I-areony in the aecon J
degree. After the jury had been empanelled, it
appeared that tha principal witness in the case
bad not arrived from Waialua, and the Deputy
Attorney-General obtained leave t j enter a no.e
Kex vsJ. Wailama : Selling spirits without a
license appeal from the Police Court. Wailama
is the man who, when this charge was beard
before the Police Justice on 3rd May, conferred
that be made bis living by gnmbling. The
defence was, that 1'uelo was drunk, lost hui
money by gambling, borrowed more from Wai
lama ; lost that, and then, because Wailama
would not lend bini any more, made this charge,
which he offered to withdraw if tome of bia
Iopings were teiurncd to him. Mr. Kalua ap
peared for WiiiUmu. The jury returned a ver
dict of not guilty, three juroi dissenting.
Frid.ty, Ttli .
Ksupono k tl ah N.ioh k : Ejectment.
Messrs. J. I.. Knulukxi and J. Russell up' cared
for plaintiffs, and Mr. D.tvidson for defendant.
This cuse resulted in a verdict for defendant,
three- jurors dissenting. Mr. Kaulukoa excepted
to the verdict, as against law and evidence.
During the trial, Mr. Davidon noted several
exceptions to His II nor's rulings.
Emma Wilbehu vs V. Wilhtlm : Ibcl for
divorce, on the ground of desertion. Decree
granted. Mr. Davidson i: penred for tha li
bellant. Assei vb Waheo At-sti w : Libel for divorce, on
the ground of aduhery. After hearing the evi
dence, the Court granted a dccico. Mr. J. L.
Kaulukou for libclhint.
W. S. Lokai vs Ane Lno : LiUI for divorce,
on the ground of deorli. hi and adultery. Dccreo
granted. Mr. S. W. Maluljim for libullnnt.
W. K. Awihi vs Miry Smith: Libel lor
divorce, on the ground of desertion. Decree
granted. Mr. J. W. Kalua for libellaut.
Melt Halelu.i and Anal, (. al. v Kcoul
Knpu, k.; ejectment. Mils vi ti claim for
nu undivided half Interest In land dencri bud
in Uoyal Patent No. 7107. Mr. Puvidwoii
for piulntiU's, Mr. Dole for defendant.
When the plaint HIV case hail been heard
Mr. Polo moved for a nonsuit on tho
ground of mljoinder, Maria A pal not be
ing aware that hhe was a party to tho uult,
but the Court wan of opinion that there wan
no misjoinder. .Defendant' caae wan then
proceeded with, and occupied the Court till
after 5 p.m. The jury retired at a quarter
tobix, aud after twenty-live minute' de
liberation returned a unanimous verdict in
favor of the plaint ill's for the land claimed
and $73 dumuges. Mr. Dole filed exceptions
to tho verdict.
Ape, w., vs J. Wilkinson. Libel for divorce
on the ground of desertion. A decree wo
granted. F. M. Hatch for llbellant, J. Uum
eell for respondent.
Rex vs Joe Maka, larceny. Mr. Jfoloka
hiki for defendant. Mr. Cecil Drown,
Deputy Attorney-fJeneral, conducted the
prosecution. No witnenseu were called for
the defence, but defendant made a state
ment. After a short retirementthe Jury
returned a verdict of guilty, one dissenting.
Mr. Holokahiki noted exceptions to tho
Mahoe vs Puka and J. N. Packuli. New
trial, This case involves questions a to
who are tho legally elected ollicers of a cer
tain hui, and the .suit is to recover tho
books aud funds of the same. Mr. Bicker
ton for plaint!!!', Mr. Dole for defendant.
After the jury ha-1 been empanelled Mr.
Dole submitted that the Coutt had no juris
diction, tho matter being siio of partner
ship, lie thought the proper course waa
tor plaintill to apply for an Injunction.
Mr. IJiclserton argued that this was no com
mon co-partnership, and referred to the
rules of the hui. The Court decided that
the hui was a special partnership, with
ollicers, one of whom was to have the cus
tody of books ami papers, aud that such
oflicer could bring an action to obtain
possession of them. Mr. Dole xcepted to
the ruling. The case was then heard,
and resulted in a verdict for tho plalntlir,
one juror dissenting.
Kalaeokekoi vs D. Kaliauu; ejectment.
New trial. Mr. Kaulukou ami Mr. Dole
for plaintiff, Mr. Davidson for defendant.
When the deeds iu this matter were put in.
the Court ruled that the original Jtoyal
Patent then produced conveyed the land
described in award No GJlo to Kalaeokekoi
for Kalakitii, w., and that made the heirs
of Kalakini the owners of the land in
question. Accordingly the Jury were In
structed to find a formal verdict for the de
fendant. Mr. Dole excepted to the. ruling
of the Court and to the verdict.
D. Kahakalau vs Ixoio'oa, k.; ejectment:
Mr. Cecil Drown for plaintill' iiolokahiki
for defendant. Verdict unanimous for plain
tiff for one undivided half of the land.
claimed and for $1 damages. Mr. iioloka
hiki excepted to the verdict, also against
a ruling oi tue Court tiiat the plaint was
good, although the laud referred to was not
t-et out therein by metes and bounds.
Kapela, k., t. al. vs lloohoku; assump
sit. The Attorney-fitMieral, Hi IZx.. YA.
i'reston, fer the plaintifls, Mr. Nawahi for
defendant. The proceedings taken before
Judge Lyman in the estate of Nahala, k.,
deceased, were ollered as evidence by
daintiirV counsel. Mr. Nawahi said that
the whole estate of Naha'a had been stUed
up And divided among tho heirs who are
plaintiff in this suit and who ware also
present at the time of the settlement, as
sented to the division and concurred iu the
discharge of the administration. Mr. Pres
ton would consent to the discharge of the
jury if the question were reserved for the
Court in lianco; as tue matter was one or
law and would certainly go up to the full
Bench, in the end. The Court under tho
pxjwer given in Section Ml of the Civil
Code, reserved tho point for the full Court
in Banco; explaining te Mr. Nawahi that
if the decision of the Banco Court wero
again.-t him his client would have to pay
the amount claimed.
Pihaua, k., vs i'ua k., at al ; ejectment.
Mr. Iiusseli for plaintiff, Mr. Hatch for de
fendant. Plaintill claimed as heir of one
.Wahie, but defendant's counsel produced
the will of Wahie, and the records of the
Probate Court, by which all the property
pa-sed to Kumuhonua, from whom de
fendants purchased it. The Court therefore
directed the jury to return a verdict for de
fendants. Verdict accordingly.
Paulo vs David Malo; ejectment. Mr.
W. It. :ast!e for plaintilf an i Mr. Bicker
ton for defendant. This case was partly
heard, and then the Court adjourned to
when it resulted in a unanimous verdict
for the plaintilf, but without damages.
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BEEB dra- !i from the . ! gunt n fountain of
jly7dtf-wlt Holli-tf.b A Co.
tiT" A very Urge a--ortmer.t of fine white em
embroiderie s at figure s never offered 1) jji at
Chs. J. Fishel-.' 1'oi-ry.AE bTorir. ' "V-
ZZf" Lad..-.' White Lawn Sm k from S1.50 p
will be sold at the- iincntory sale of A. M. Mellis,
104. Foi t-street.
Turn to the Left. '-Is there an open
ing here for an intellectual writer?"
aked a reJ-ne-ed individual cf an editor.
Yes. my friend,'' replied the man oi
quills, -a con-ilerate carpenter, fore
seeing your vi-.it, left an opening for
you. Turn the knob on the right."
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