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' TUESDAY APRILS 1 , 1885,
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
KOll BN FUANC1SCO.
Alameda Leaves lliinolulu. May 1
Mariposa Leaves Honolulu, Mny 10
PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO.
Ml It AUCKLAND AM) BVUSEY:
Slmr Oily of Sydney April 18
FOU SAX XltANG'IfiCO.
Slmr Zenluiullii .. Mny 10
Apt II 20
Sehr Mntiuokuwnl from Koolati
Stmr In1' Mnkcu fiom ldipna
StmrMoknlli from Windward ports
Stmr Kapiolanl from Ewa
Stmr Klnau for Wlmhuud poits
Stmr Planter for Kauai
Sclir Mnlolo for Kalwllahllahl
SehrCatcrliia for llanalol
Sclir IJalubow for Koolau
Sehr Loahl for Ktikuiau
Sclir Kob Hoy for llanalcl
Sclir Ehiiknl for Waialua
Sclir Waioll for Mallko
Sclir Wahiialu for Kalw llaliilali!
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr V 0 Hull forWlndward poits
Sclir Luka for Koholalelu
Slmr Moknlli for "Windward port
Sehr Lllioliho for Houohitm
Sehr Nettle Merrill for Lahainn
Sclir llalcakala for Vcpeekeo
VESSELS IN PORT.
Steam Bktuc Morning Star, Bray
Ship Imperator, lloix
Brig Allle Howe, Holland
For Wind ports per stmr Kluaii. Apr
21 V A Dias, Miss Von Holt. J 51 Lid-
fate, .r Benton, A Young & 'Wife. Loid
lplilnstonc, Mr Ahbuty, Mr "Wolff,
Mr Scliolicld, M Saunders, cx-Scnator
Booth, Mr Adams, Mr Davis, S B Hoe,
Alan & wife. A Barnes., G A Jackson.
Stmr .las Makec brought 2.SI43 bags of
Sclir Manuokauni brought 20S bags
of rice and 412 bags of paddy. She will
remain in port for a few days to havo a
new main-mast put in.
The brig Allle Bowc will go on the
marine railway this afternoon.
Stmr Mokoiii brought 255 bags of
sugar,10 bags of taro, 4 calves, 25 sheep.
20 green hides, II doz chickens, 1 horse,
2 pigs and t boxes of llsli.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A meeting of Excelsior Lodge will
be held this evening at 7 :30 o'clock.
Eosedale, or the Rifle Ball will bo
presented at Music Hall Thursday
Ladies and their escorts will be
admitted to the Yosemilc skating
rink this evening.
Have your music bound in a good
substantial manner, at A. II. Rasc
mann's Book-bindery, Gazette Block.
Mil. "V. O. Atwater has been ap
pointed an agent to grant marriage
licenses for the district of Honolulu,
Island of Oahn.
Tin: Honolulu Rifles will hold their
usual drill this evening at 7:30
o'clock, when every member is re
quested to be present.
The Central Purk skating rink
will be open this evening for the
Elite club, when ladies will be ad
Ik you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adler is the place for it,
13 Nuuanu street- '980. tf.
Bkace up, people of Honolulu, and
show your appreciation of the excel
lent dramatic company now in our
midst, by giving it full houses.
The O. S. S. Alameda is due to
morrow morning from San Francisco
with dates to the 15th inst. She will
be along between ten and eleven
Coiinices and picture frames made
to order, the largest and best stock
of mouldings to select from in the
Kingdom, at King Bros.' Art Store.
Mil. J. T. Waterhouse, Jr., ar
rived in England March 4th, after a
rather stormy passage across the
Atlantic. Wc are glad to learn his
health is much improved.
, . .
Mkssiis. J. M. Oat & Co. have for
sale. "Silk and the Silkworm," a
complete woik of instruction on silk
culture by Miss Nellie Lincoln
Rossiter. It is a very interesting
little book and is sold at 30 cents
A gentleman writing from Ki
lauea, Kauai, says that they have
finished grinding, tho total amount
being 1 1,055 tons, There has been
a good deal of rain, and labor is
plentiful, Chinese accepting CO cents
The entertainment and bociable
on board tho Morning Star Thurs
day evening by the llawaiiaMission
Children's Society promises to-be a
very enjoyable affair. Tickets are
now ready at 25 cents each.
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Tur.nn Is a bark sighted off Coco
Head as wc go to press.
II. R. ILtlic Governess of Hawaii
leaves by the Kinail this afternoon
for that island.
A (ian'g of prisoners are making
Richard sticct look respectable by
cleaning the gutters.
Mn. William Wilder's two sons
Chauncoy and Charles will return
home by the Mariposa to-morrow.
They have been away at school in the
States about three years.
Some thief or thieves entered the
cottage adjoining Henry Hart's
house, Nuuami street, last evening,
and stole a pair of pants having a
bunch of keys in one of the pockets.
Nothing else was missed.
The Weekly Ilanuiutn suspended
publication yesterday. On Saturday
at noon Mr. Adams will offer forsale
in the stone building, Mci chant
sticet, all the 'plant, including an
Acme press, two Gordon presses,
type, stands, stones, desks, largo
safe, tables, etc.
To-jiounow at 12 o'clock noon,
by older of the assignees of the
.bankrupt estate of Kenned' & Co.,
Lyons & Levey will sell at auction
at their salesroom, the entire stock-in-trade,
book debts and good will
of said Arm of Kennedy & Co. The
upset price is 5,000.
It is to be hoped thnt on Thurs
day evening Mr. Berger will give
us some new musical selections be
tween the acts. Those ho has been
playing over and over again the past
four nights, having been appropriated
by the whistling street gamins, are
beginning to pall upon the public
Meiiciiant street was clciiued yes
terday by a gang of prisoners and
looks much better for the operation.
It would bo as well for those who
arc in the habit of sweeping paper
and rubbish out of the stores, to re
member that they are liable to a fine
if they do not obey the laws and
place said rubbish in a small box.
In the window of the Temple of
Fashion on Merchant street may be
seen the two medals offered for
to-morrow's skating contests at the
Central Park skating rink. One is
gold, the other silver, the former
being for the five mile race, the lat
ter for the three mile contest.
They are suitably inscribed and
Mn. George Stratemeyer has just
received some very handsome de
signs of drop curtains for theatres.
In conjunction with Mr. J. E. Wise
man, it is possible one may be placed
in the Music Hall for use between
the acts, and which will be covered
with advertisements. People would
have something to divert their atten
The entertainment lust evening at
the Lj'ceum by the Myrtle Boat Club
Junior was well attended. The plat
form was decorated with flags, and
the young members carried out their
programme in a very satisfactory
manner. Ice cream and refresh
ments were served, and the proceeds
will be devoted to the building of a
boat house at Waikiki, and for a new
On Friday evening next, at 7
o'clock, Messrs. Lyons & Levey will
hell at the store lately occupied by
Samuel Nott, Fort street, a splendid
collection of ladies' fans just arrived
from Spain, a large assortment of
parinn, porcelain and majolica ware,
baskets, ink stands, brackets, me
chanical toys, etc. These goods will
be on view on day of the salo.
The statement in this morning's
Advertiser that Thursday has been
selected for the purpose, of a benefit
being tendered Geo. W. Do Long
Post by the San Fiancisco Dramatic
Company, is premature, no arrange
ments having been completed. The
company will play Rosedalo on that
evening, and we hope their talented
efforts will be rewarded with a full
A BAD CASE.
The young native woman Akahl,
who was thrown from her horse Sa
turday evening, is in a dangerous
condition at the Queen's Hospital.
It appears that instead of taking her
to a doctor or seeking advice after
tho accident took place, she was
taken to some friend's house and
left to look after herself. In this
plight she was found by a young man
last evening, who at once hurried to
inform Dr. Fitch. The doctor hast
ened to the place and found that
mortification had set in and the wo
man was in a critical condition. He
at once went to Dr. McKibbln and
asked for her admission to the hos
pital, which was granted. A stretch
er was obtained and the woman was
got to tho hospital about half-past
ten o'clock last evening. At that
excellent institution her wants were
properly attended to, and she passed
a comfoi table night. To-day there
is no improvement in her condition.
The Guide's statement this morning
that she died last night from the
effects of amputation is entirely
without foundation. As wc go to
press tho woman is in a dying condi
tion, and cannot survivo the, night
through. Ilchiku is the name of
the man she has been living with.
Ilcr mother, Puco, is a leper at Ka
kaako branch hospital.
INCOMAR THE BARBARIAN.
Monday evening is not accounted
a good one for popular entertain
ments here. Perhaps it was an ex
pectation that the play, being a
classic one, must be dull, which
caused the smallest house of tho
season to sec "Ingomar the Bar
barian." However that may be,
those who stayed away missed ono
of the best performances yet given
by the company. The play abounds
with thrilling situations and pictur
esque scenes, and the acting and the
costumes on this occasion were in
keeping with tho piece. Speaking
generally, the players made the best
of limited numbers and deficient
appurtenances. Mr. E. T. Stetson
made a noble Ingomnr, and showed
much versatility in fulfilling the gra
duated conditions of his transition
from a lawless mountain robber, a
despiser of woman and civilized con
ventionalities, to the state of a hope
lessly captivated lover and an indus
trious adopted Greek citizen. Ho may
have been a little loud in his mo
ments of passion, yet it would be.
hazardous to say that he exceeded
what nature might be imagined
to demand of the character. Mr.
Willie Simms as the heartless miser
Polydor cruel as death when ho
had tho upper hand, but a cringing
craven when his gold or his hide was
in danger in guise and action could
hardly have been surpassed. Miss
Hannic Ingham gave a very fine
rendition of Pnrthenia, from begin
ning to end, making probably the
most starliko exhibition she has done
as yet. Mr. J. P. Rutledge was
well got up for the old Greek
armorer, Myron, and throughout
very creditably sustained the senile
simplicity and paternal devotion of
the part. The part of Actca, his
wife, was well-spoken by Miss Min
nie Young, but the character did not
perfectly fit her very youthful face
and girlish sprightliness. The elocu
tion of the leading players was all
but faultless, the ladies at times
being rather rapid in utterance for a
large auditorium. All the subordi
nate parts were fitly performed. In
their mountain rendezvous the Ale
mannai presented a weird appear
ance that almost divorced the ima
gination from earthly scenes.
SALE OF HORSES.
Mr. James Morgan, acting for
Mr. E. P. Adams, disposed of a
number of fine horses yesterday
noon at Mr. Macfarlane's paddock
near the roller coater. The attend
ance was very fair, and the prices
good for the times. The following
is the result of the sale with pur
chasers: 1 bay horse $125, and 1
bay mare $107.50, Mr. Manuel Reis;
1 brown dray horse $135, 1 horse
$150, 1 bay marc $150, and 1 bay
mare broken to buggy $235, Mr. G.
West; 1 brown marc $112.50, Mr.
R. Catton; 1 bay horse $155, Mr.
Blackburn; 1 bay horse $100, and
1 span bay carriage horses $500,
Mr. Miles. " A buckboard fetched
$75, and a set of harness S27.50.
The whole of
the animals were iri
The sale realized
A NARROW ESCAPE.
Mrs. J. T. Waterhouse, Sr., had
a very narrow escape from being
shot while staying recently at the
Occidental Hotel, San Francisco.
A young man occupying the next
room was packing up his valise and
in putting his pistol in, it went off,
the ball striking the partition and
going into the room where Mrs.
Waterhouse was sitting, fell right at
her feet. Some of the plaster from
the wall fell on her lap. The young
man rushed out of his room in a ter
rible state of anxiety, expecting to
find he had shot someone. It was i
most fortunate escape.
SACHS GRAND OPENINC.
There is no wonder that since
Saturday morning a large number
of people have visited Mr. N. S.
Sachs' popular millinery house on
Fort street, for he has a crand dis
play of goods, particularly so in the
millinery department, over which
Miss Hirschberg presides, a lady who
full knows and understands the
wants of this community. The dis
play of spring and summer goods in
this department is one that should
be seen by nil. First of all our
reporter noticed, in a brief visit paid
to the store, somo most beautiful
hats in all the latest styUs, not only
for ladles and misses, but for children
as well. Then there is the Princess
bonnet, which is all the rngo at the
Coast, also black hats elegantly
trimmed, small bonnets very stylish,
Henry IV. hats, rough or line straw
and in all colors, a large assortment
of untrimmed hats which Miss Hirsch
berg can trim at nny price. At one
end of the department Is a number
of plumes, of the most lovely shades,
also satins in nearly every shade you
can imagine. A white lace hat
trimmed most equisitely comes in
for a largo share of admiration. The
rage for novelties in stockings is
quite as great as ever, and here will
bo found styles and colors beyond
numeration. Satin corsets, plushes,
velvets, lace goods, fans, make up a
stock for tho ladies showing great
care in selection. Just inside the
entrance of the store may be seen a
polonnise made of Oriental lace in
one piece by Mrs. Mellis, which is
very handsome. It would require
too much space to describe all seen
in this store, but one thing is
apparent, the gentlemen's wants
havo not been neglected. Mr. Sachs
carries a fine and well-selected lino
of gcnllcmen'B furnishing goods,
amongst which aro shirts, tics of all
designs, gloves, suspenders, etc.
Some of tho latter arc very costly,
and among them is a new design. l
Instead 6f clastic being used, small
steel springs arc substituted, which
are extremely easy for wear. A
call at this well-appointed store will
amply repny the trouble.
TRIP TO THE VOLCANO.
The following gentlemen leave
this afternoon by the Kinau for a
trip to the volcano, returning Sun
day : Lord Elphinstone, Mr. James
Ashbury, M. P., Hon. S. G. Wilder,'
ex-Senator Booth, Col. Adams,
Messrs. J. B. F. Davis, C. Schofield,
G. W. Wolff and S. B. Rose. The
party will reach Mahukona to-mor
row morning at 9:30 o'clock, and
then take the cars for Niulii, visit
ing the plantation, and other parts of
Kobala. Returning to Mahukona,
they will dine with Mr. C. L. Wight,
ami afterwards board tho Kinau
once more and arrive at Ililo next
morning, Mr. Wight forming one of
the party. After dinner at Ililo,
they will leave at 10 o'clock for the
Half-way house, staying there all
night. Early tho next morning they
will leave for the Volcano and ex
pect to spend from 10 o'clock Fri
day until noon of Saturday at that
place. They will then take horses
for Kaauhou and thence take the
Lchua, arriving at Honolulu late
Sunday afternoon. As far as pro
visions arc concerned, this will bo
the best equipped party that ever
left this island. All arrangements
have been made by the Wilder
Steamship Company, and tho party
is bound to have a grand time.
Monday, April 20th.
Justice Austin presiding. A.
Barnes et al. vs. C. B. Makce, as
sumpsit. A. S. Ilartwcll for plain
tiffs, E. Preston for defendant. The
case was tried before a foreign jury,
who rendered a verdict for plaintiffs
for $0,357.85. J. T. McCrosson
vs. Reciprocity Sugar Co., assump
sit, jury waived. The Court gave
judgment for plaintiff for $575.
Tuesday, April 21st.
J. T. McCrosson vs. W. A. Cum
mins. Action for false imprison-'
ment. A. S. Hartwcll for plaintiff,
E. Preston for defendant. The case
is heard before a mixed jury and is
still on trial as wc go to press.
Before Police Justice Bickcrton.
Hakalau, for drunkenness, was
fined $5 and $1 costs. Kama, an
express driver, was charged with
violating section C, chapter 27, of
the laws of 1878, by carrying more
passengers than allowed to. lie was
lined $2 and $1 costs and told not to
do it again. The case against Keawc-
puaa, lor malicious injury, was dis
THE CANADIAN ltEUEI.I.ION.
The Stony and Crcc Indians
joined the Half-breeds in attacking
Battlcford. Four agricultural in
structors of the Indians were killed.
Hudson Bay Company stores were
plundered. The people in the bar
racks had stores, arms and ammuni
tion enough to hold out until re
lieved. Troops were still going forward
from the East at last accounts. Al
though the situation was growing
worse, it was not thought the rebels,
being without supplies, could long
rasist the troops.
The Teton Sioux are committing
depredations in Princo Albert dis
trict. Col. Irvine, head commander,
was waiting for reinforcements at
The students of Manitoba College
at Winnipog have decided to form a
A Montreal detective has offered
to deliver Louis Riel into the hands
of the Government, dead or alive,
THE I'ANAMA ltEVOLIJTION.
Aspinwall was burned to ashos by
insurgents, tho Pacific mail dock,
the property on the north end of tho
island and the canal 'property at
Crispol being all that was saved.
The Colombian Government has
ordered a blockade of several ports.
The U. S. S. Shenandoah has
landed 150 men in Panama for the
protection of American interests.
Two hundred and fifty American
marines' have been sent to Colon.
Affairs at last accounts wcic re
pot ted to be improving, the pro
visional government organizing la
pidlj and able to maintain order.
That the Nationalists' strength is
growing throughout Ireland is
evinced by tho great increase in tho
number of Nationalists elected to
the poor-law boards in the recent
campaigns. These results, it is
generally admitted, forecast a gieat
ly increased League representation
in the Parliamentary elections which
must soon take place.
A cable despatch received in New
York intimates that the Nationalists
in Ireland arc jubilant over the
downfall of Ferry. They exult over
it in their newspapers and describe
it as the just punishment of the ex
Prcnuor for his arbitrary act in ex
pelling the Fenians from France.
They say that Stephens, Davis and
Leroy were as peaceable and law
abiding residents as any men in
Paris, and that tho act which made
thein outlaws was a piece of mean
obsequiousness to England. On tho
other hand, the English press points
to tho miserably small sum sub
scribed for the relief of James
Stephens as a proof thnt Fcnianism
ntANCE AND CHINA.
Preliminaries of neace between
France and China were signed on the
lth inst. They stipulated that hos
tilities shoud cease on the 10th inst.,
and that the Chinese would evacuate
the Red River delta on the 20th, and
other positions gradually, while the
French should occupy Formosa and
Phcng-IIoo, enforce the blockade of
rice-boats, and search neutrals, until
a definitive treaty of peace has been
M. Defrcycinct failed to form a
new Ministry, owing, as he said, to
the partisan leaders of tho Republi
can sections in claiming the balance
of power in the Cabinet.
M. Brisson assumed the task, and
formed a Ministry, in which M.
Defrcycinct is Minister of Foreign
The programme of the now Cabinet
contemplates the revision of the
constitution of 1881, the abolition of
the Senate, libcity of the press,
secularization of religious property,
separation of church and statet re
form of the judiciary, compulsory
education, taxation for revenue, and
the reduction of taxes upon articles
of food and drink.
M. Brisson concluded an announce
ment of the new Ministry's policy
by asking the Chambers to vote the
Government the romainder, amount
ing to 30,000,000 francs, of the
credit asked for on account of oper
ations in Tonquin. The speech of
Brisson was much applauded by the
Deputies. M. Pen in moved that
the French forces evacuate Tonquin.
Ml. Brisson denounced i'crrin's mo
tion as an expression of feeling
which was repugnant to the feeling
of the Chamber, as well as to the
feeling of the country. Tho new
Government, ho said, was anxious
for peace, but it would do nothing
contrary to the dignity or honor of
France, such a3 the proposed evacu
ation of Tonquin at the present time
would be. This declaration was
greeted with cheers. The Chamber
then granted the additional credit of
30,000,000 francs, by a vote of 373
On Sunday, March 29th, the last
battle reported took place, and is
described as follows in a telegram
from Admiral Courbet: " The
French man-of-war Bayard, Triom
phantc, Destaining, Duchcffaut,
Vipcre and Annamitc, under Admiral
Langc, attacked Pinghoo at 7 o'clock
Sunday morning, bombarding the
forts defending the harbors of Ping
hoo and Makung. The forts and
guns were dismantled by 10 o'clock,
when two powder magazines exploded,
setting fire to the village ot Makung,
which burned for twenty hours. The
fleet was not injured. A boat from
the Triomphanto destroyed tho chain
acrobs the entrance to tho port of
Makung. The marines landed and
marched to Makung Monday, and
occupied the village Tuesday, after
several battles, in which only five
Frenchmen were killed. The Chinese
garrison numbering 15,000 men,
suffered heavy loss. The French
are in the best spirits."
A Paris despatch of April 9th
says: Government advices from
Peking state the Chinese Govern
ment adheres to the peace prelimi
naries signed on the 'lth inst.
The Nicaragua troops have been
badly beaten, and President Barrios
slain. Tho trouble is supposed to
A WOMAN'rt CIHI3ADE.
A Constantinople despatch of
April 1st says: Tho Government is
in arreais to its soldiers for several
months' pay, and to-day the wives
of the soldiers attempted to secure
attention to their husbands' demands
by appearing in force at the olllce
of the Minister of Finance. Bands
of women collected to the number
of 2,000 or more at a point near the
building occupied by tho Cabinet
ofllccrs and at an appointed hour
they marched in a body to tho olllco
of the Minister of Finance. Push-
ing past the guards they entered tho
olllce and confiontlng the Minister
demanded the pay duo their hus
bands. Policemen were called in
and tried to expel them, but tho
women turned on tho officers and
forced thorn to retire. The Finance
Minister mado a plausible excuso
for the delay in paying the men,
when the women declared his answer
unsatisfactory and made a rush for
him. He, however, escaped by
jumping out of a back window.
The world has not yet outgrown
superstitious notions. Mrs. Burton,
the wife of tho African traveler, has
for years insisted that tho Koh-i-noor,
which always has been pro
verbial for the bad luck it carries, is
the sole cause of all tho rcvoiscs tho
British Crown has sustained in the
East ever since it became possessor
of the dreadful diamond.
The S. F. Dramatic Cram,
THURSDAY, APRIL 23rd,
Pioductlon of Lester WallacL's Buautl
IiBilalii: or, tlm Rile ball.
"Wltli a Xowcrfnl CuHt.
Doors open at
at 8 o'clock.
rri ciiJUTH, tsi, roc, & noo,
Reserved Seats at Wiseman's, Box
Plau now open.
SUPREME COURT of the Ha.
wuiinn Islands. In the matter of
the Bankruptcy of AH HONG BROS.
Before Chief Justice Judd.
Ah Hong and Ah Leong, doing busi
ness in North Kohula, Island of Hawaii,
under the firm name of Ah Hong Bros.,
having this day heen adjudicated bank
rupts on the petition of Messrs. H.
Hackfcld is Co., it is hereby ordered
that all creditors of said bunkrupi come
in and prove their claims before me, at
my Chambers, in Honolulu, on
Friday, May lttt, 1885,
at 10 o'clock a. m.,
And it is further ordered that upon
said day the creditors do proceed to hold
tliu ELECTION of an assignee or as
signces of said bankrupt estate, and that
notice hereof be published three times
in tnc jjaii.y uui.i.etin and one timo
in the Hawaiian Gazette newspapers.
Dated Honolulu, April 20, 1885.
A. F. JUDD,
Chief Justice Supreme Court.
Attest: IIekuv Smith, .
Deputy Clerk. 1000 3t
AN opportunity to go to work, by a
young man who is willing to
make himself generally useful. Is a
competent Book-keeper, salesman or
clerk. No objections to the country,
can give city references. Enquire or
address J. E. WISEMAN,
1000 lw General Busine?s Agent.
By order of M. Green and W. F. lley-
nolds, assignees of the Bankrupt
Estate of Kennedy & Co., we are
instiucted to sell at JPubllc
"WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22d,
At 12 o'clock noon, at our Salesroom,
corner of Queen and Fort Streets,
THE STOCK IN TRADE t
.Book Debts and Goodwill of said
firm of Kennedy & Co., Raid Stock
being now at No. 10! Fort Street,
Honolulu; and at Wailuku, JMaui.
The Stock on Fort St.
Will be open for inspection on
MONDAY AND TUESDAY,
April 20 &, 21, from 10 a. m., till 2 p. in.
XMiUOIH OP fcA.I.:x
Cash in United States Gold Coin. 10 pur
cent, of purchase money must be de
posited with the Auctioneer as a
guarantee for completion of
purchase on the fall of
UPSET I?itIC12, 05,000.
For further information, apply to
the Assignees at the oftico ot M.
Phillip & Co., Honolulu.
LYONS & LEVEY,
'MO Gt Auctioneers.
NOTICE of SALE
Of goods taken upon a distress for
Item. By direction of Jus, Cumn
bell, I am directed to sell at Public
Auction, at my Salesrooms, Queen St.
On THURSDAY, APRIL 23d
At 12 M. Tho following described
Goods, Wares & Merchandise
1 Citso Leaf Tobacco,
1 Case Scraps and Fillings,
900 OIG-AJR-S !
Being the fume distrained from the
on l-'ort Struct, Honolulu, on Match 23,
1881. tor non. payment of Kent by said
E. I'. ADAMS, Auct'r.
Dated Honolulu, April 7, 1683. 089 Ul
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