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thr rlr-aarwuss of ,hr air. .it pmw. wbrlhrr aallvra or
tiring ir thai part of the rtr her. eeo runc-h.
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DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PROGRESS.
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Ttnc rtjoi1 of tin- Treasnrpr of the Queen's
Hospital shows an improved condition in the
finance of this institution, OTring in part to
the liberal appropriation voted to it by the Le
gislature and in part to increased receipts from
pavinp patients. The hospital has eatablished
a reputation as oei-ond to no institution of the
kind in this ocean, and this haa secured the
patronage of the various foreign consulates
here, which have found it the cheapest! and
best hospital for disabled seamen that can be
ITfvi.lt!. This source of revenue will be
li nrv 1 1 1-.. 1 I- til t,li-rB.. th'lti At. B 1 liMH'
AM af Ihsabuvi athultl. wtu rostlDBr la vacation, from 1 n
i Muna., auth: zc. i: . frmu huh a n remains under its preaM'iit exrellent man-
taste, so often found in the common fruit. The
French traveler stated that this plan was
practiced in the Kast Indies, with beneficial
results, and he thought the same results
would be obtained here.
School l nitilniiIion
The present month ends the scholastic year
in nearly all our schools, and most of them
closes with examinations, which indicate the
preajreaa made by the pupils connected with
The first in order was that of the Pohukaina
school, on Punchbowl street, under the care of pends upon the skill and watchfulness of the
system of levers managed by an engineer, who
stands in the middle of the saloon- and regu
lates the pressure by a spirit-level. It is not
true, as haatxm stated frequently, that this
attempt to obviate the discomfort of ocean
travel haa proved a failure. On the contrary,
the trials madejhave demonstrated the sound
ness of the principles applied, and there is
every reason to believe that the Bessemer will
have made a very close approach to removing
altogether the horrors of seasickness from the
tempestuous passage across the British Chan
nel. It mav at first seem thst too much de-
MU&!Ulkn: Of UV
Brhslwa af Utodswrtct of Blows, HornUala Island of c aha.
mm he hM Sanaa tfc Mai raoath of Ji
roxxux M iiiioLs
ItaAv. Job TUA at KaaxSliUi church. a-hools.
rnaai Jour :th at Kawawjiao Count.. a-ttuola
The eaaniioatiotit til begin at I o'clock A. X. on rat h
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Msaaarar Tbro. Batllrti from Uoooiulu. Hon
lvrart anu art a u raliaaami i and Uhbbi
an ', all prraun. arr rru.rrd to lakr uotter of
rraisret Iu atttbvrttr m I hat brbaif
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atlnnlrr for Furr
Ispamrurrt of Forrktri ASaui.
uouuiuiu. air raa, ira.
Ax editorial in last week's --IrfrrrfubT, con
tains "a statement that the Cabinet had decided
that the work of constructing a new reservoir
could uot be undertaken. On inquiry we learn
that no such decision has been reached, but
that the Cabinet favor the scheme of a new
reservoir and enlargement of the water works,
and that the sum of $25,000 voted for this ob
ject is held for it. A number of obstacles
have been found to exist relating chieny to
private land and water rights, all of which w ill
proliably be overcome in due time. While the
government is fully aware of the necessity as
well as the value of increased water supply,
and is determined on carrying out the pro
posed project, yet it is anxious to avoid tres
passing on private r ilits in the matter, if it
can be done.
I.tcraaca Uxpirlnt: iu June. It?5.
Uaiv 1 Thoa Lark. Fort St, Honolulu.
I-Sn; It luark. Fen St. Huaolalo.
X caaUv at Cookr. bUac m IlooolBla.
A J ti Tbompaoo. Fort St. Honolulu.
S Caws Y.nc. Maunakra St. Honolulu.
S B BorrrB. Xuuauu bu Honolulu.
I- -H 1 Xoltr. tVr Qorrn A Nunano t. Honolulu
II I L Larakt. Fort St. Honolulu.
IX C. 3 Emmra. Vlak. bbo. Honolulu.
Mm I Tboa H 1-ana. WbbVm.
17 J W alaa-aakoa. Kaupo.
iTTIBl 1 fana. Makalapralil. Kobala.
J Xamaun. Punaluu. Kau.
S-Akal. Uonnkua. Avuna.
TO Akal. Hodbuubu. Kona.
II B i ooprr. lL.spaka. Kooa.
P i4- Van at Ah cborv. Xapoopoe, Kooa.
IT Akjna. r-unaboa. Uuo.
20-Ako at Ao, Eobanalkl Eona.
jl fhuns rvu. Walobinu. Kau.
at. A Urn A l-uUliiwraortb. KawaOoBr.
KACAI-ib Mod t'hurk. Waloll. Uanairl.
1 CaarM A Ouokr. Kkaj ja
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IX It 8 (irinhaum. Uueru St.
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f, lwer. A IMrfcaon, Fort Su
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The I'tuted Sutes Gtveniment lias lately
made a contract with a firm in Oregon to build
a new revenue steamer, of 34H tons Hawaiian
measurement V22T tons American) for the sum
of ?12,000 currency, or f-sO.OOO gold. This
would make it cost $230 per ton Hawaiian
measurement, which was the lowest bid among
the many that were sent in. The only bid
made for a Hawaiian steamer of 600 tons is
reported to have been f 125.000, or at the rate
of 20s per ton. If wc may be allowed to
judge from the estimates of American ship
builders, as made for the new revenue steamer
referred, to, the bid that has been made for the
Hawaiian steamer is lower than it can possibly
be built for in the I'nited States. In England,
an iron iluiwr of about COO tons Hawaiian
measurement may lie built for about $100,000,
delivered at the port where built. All these
estimates are for vessels with surface-condensing
engines and alsnit ten knots speed.
on. i n i it l: tlungoo.
SO Afoot- A Arbock. Honolulu.
1 Kaoeaabloe, Xo t. Honolulu.
1 Akana. Walluku. Maul
1111 1 Xoltr. t or yurrn A Xuoanu sta.
! Akoof. National HotrL
K-Kamaprl. H . llawaA.
l-l B Bbubcork. HBo.
S-J R Klunrv. XI t. KUMtdom.
. Prrby. Koval HssBilan Theater.
iatprfsair .mi l.
Jaot 2 Id the matter of the E.tate of Jofeph Booth,
daeeased Before Mr. Justice Haaais. at Chamber.
Petition of Mrs. Anne Long in her owa right and a?
g-uardian of the minor children of the deceased, and
William Marten, and Emma Booth Martens his wife,
and H. Berger and Sarah A. Booth Berger his wife,
for an increase in the allowance of I ;0 to $.1300 per
annum for their support and maintenance. Ttc Court
after hearing the statement of oae of the trustees in
regard t the income of the estate, made an order
granting the increased allowance as praved for.
Jujs 14 Estate of Kaonobi. deceased Petition
of Beeiamina. that letters of admiaistratioa tegranted ,
to J. Porter Green. The Coart after hearing thetesti
oar, granted letters to J. Porter '?reer. to file a
bond in the sum of $oOP, to render an accoont in six
Booths, aad to file an Inventory within 30 daji.
Estate of Hamaaalaa w'. deceased Petition of
Kanamn fart for letters of administration of the abore
This fruit has become quite abundant in
Honolulu, I.alixina and perhajis other places,
so as to be literally a drug. There are in
this city proliably not less than one thousand
mango trees, which bear on an average at least
a barn 1 lull apiece, manv lsarin-t several
barrels full. The trait was originally brought
here some fifty years ago, as is said, from South
America, and one of the oldest trees now grow
ing iB to le found in the garden of the late
Captain Adams at Kalihi. Its trunk measures
between eight and nine feet in circumference,
though its height is about the same as other
full grown mango trees. This is the mother of
all the common mango fruit on the islands.
There was a very old tree in Manini's garden,
which is probably still living ; but it is gen
erally conceded that the one in Captain Adam's
premises is the parent tree.
Some twenty-five years ago, Captain Harvey,
commanding an English war vessel, brought a
few seeds of the M'lzigong mango from Bom
liay, India, and gave them to Mr. Wylie, then
Minister of foreign affairs. One of these seeds
was planted by Capt. Adams, and another by
Mr. W. Jarrett, both of which have attained ma
turity, and are now loaded with fine fruit, which
differs from the common in size, flavor, and
appearance. It is much larger, measuring
usually from nine to twelve inches in circum
ference. The flavor is much superior to the
common kind, the skin quite thin and the meat
very thick and sweet. The shape is different,
generally short and more round, while the tip
has a peculiar curling termination.
Seven years ago we met a native fruit ped
dler in Nuuanu street, who had some unusually
large mangoes, which we bought expressly for
the seeds. These we planted and have now six
trees growing from them, one of which has
borne fruit two years, nearly all of which have
! been of enormous size for mangoes, measuring
from fsw to thirteen inch's, the largest weighing
Misses Convey and Dudoit. The scholars an
all girls, and it was pleasant to notice their
neatness of dress andjgood behavior, which re
flect credit on their teachers as well as them
selves. The recitations passed off creditably,
and the answers were generally prompt, show-
j ing that the pupils understood what was
On Wednesday followed the examination of
the Koval School, under the care of Kev. Mr.
M'Intosh. This school, owing to the closing
of one or two others duripg the year, has in
creased in numbers and appears to be over
crowded. Notwithstanding the large roll of
120 scholars, in the two departments, it was
v. rt evident that the same thorough training
noticed on previous examinations has been kept
up. This could be observed in the quick re
sponses, particularly in mental arithmetic,
when very complicated questions were correct
ly answered with such promptness as to excite
the surprise of spectators. Another most de
cided improvement was observed iu the read
ing of English, showing the thoroughness of
the master's discipline. This last remark
, may also apply equally to the fohukaina
i school. In Mrs. Kinney's department an in
teresting siiolling match was given, in which
i about 30 pnpils were tested, all but one of
j whom were forced to retire, and he carried of!
! the prize, a gilt bible well earned.
On Thursday, the Fort street school, under
the care of Mr. Iteokwith and Miss Flora Wood,
passed a very fair examination. The pupils
number 63, and among them arc some very
i bright young lads. Their proficiency was well
' tested in a spelling match, of words written on
the blackboard. Of 420 words written out, only
50 mistakes occurred. This is really the fair
est way to conduct spell ing watches, and shows
the greatest skill.
The examination at Kawaiahao Female Sem
inary on Wednesday attracted, as usual, a
large number of visitors, who listened for sev
eral hours with interest unabated to the reci
tations, singing, and dialogues. The exercises
were conducted under a lanai, in the open lawn
innuka of the school premises, which arrangc
: went gave ample room to the guests. Pro
grammes written out by tho pupils were pro
vided, and we counted twenty-four different
exercises on the list, and were appalled by the
number ; but the judicious variety and the
shortness of each lesson obviated the usual te-
diousness of school examinations. The neat
i ness of attire and the quiet, correct deportment
of the scholars have always been a noticeable
feature of this school, and as we listened to the
; intelligent answers to questions in Geography,
Arithmetic, Physiology, scripture lessons &c,
! we were impressed with the amount of lalior
necessarily exended to produce such results.
This has devolved mainly for the last few
' months on Miss Ingraham and her young as- I
sistants, Miss Mosely and Miss King; Miss
Bingham having been incapacitated by ill
ImbIiIi from taking he usual part of the burden. I
Tho irvmnastie and solfee-trio exercises were the !
great "attractions of the occasion, and excited : onem-v ab,? f PWer,ul adv:
eaie oi unman rignis, viiiiuill exception Ol
complexion or climate. Of course, such a man
engineer, but so much care has been exercised
in determining the position of the suspended
saloon in relation to the length and breadth of
the vessel that the motion in it is ranch slighter
than in most vessels, independently of any
equilibrium apparatus, nd it is expected that
the use of the hydraulic engines will be very
moderate, save in exceptionally bad weather.
A .' .Mun or the lime.
Treat Phil North American.
It is only natural that people should desire
to know something of the personality of those
who in any way become famous or noted by
; taking a leading part in important affairs.
Here, for example, by a combination of bold
ness and moral force, assisted by circumstan
ces of which he adroitly took advantage, a
member of the National Legislature holding
its session in Versailles has succeeded in hav
ing the French Republic declared and placed
iu process of immediate organization. The
question arises, Who is the Monsieur Wallon
who has done this ? whence came he ? Hav
ing already been made a member of President
Macmahon's Ministry, are his education capa
city, and experience such as give him a fair
chance of winning public approbation and
doing public good in that responsible position ?
In a word, there is a natural desire to know
whether M. Wallon is likely to take a lead in
the future political action of the National
Assembly. By instituting the Republic, which
has been done on his motion, the Xatioual
Assembly has pninouneed its own virtual ab
dication ol" that positive sovereignty which it
has asserted and exercised since its first meet
ing at Bordeaux as a legislative body, on Feb
ruary 17, 1871.
Monsieur Wallon's name is pronounced Val
lon iu Frauce, where the 11' so little obtains
that, as Lord Byron mentions in " Don Joan,"
Wellington is always called Villaintou there.
His baptismal names are Henry-Alexandre,
and he was born in December, 1 812, in Valen
ciennes, thnt tine old fortified town in the De
partment du Nord whore Froisstrt, the histo
rian, and Watteau, the painter, also drew their
first breath of life. Educated at one of the
normal schools founded by the first Napoleon,
young Wallon devoted himself to the study of
history, and soon distinguished himself as a
teacher in that department of letters. In 1810,
in his twenty-eigth year, he was promoted,
being appointed assistant to, or rather substi
tute for, the lato M. Guizot, as professor of
modern history and geography, in the ancient
College of the Sorbonne, in Paris. After the
revolution of February, 1818, M. Wallon came
forward very prominently as an assailant of
slavery. He had published a volume on Colo
nial slavery in 1817, and published in 1849 a
" History of Slavery in Ancient Times," iu
three volumes, by which the author obtained
the high distinction of being publicly ' crowned '
by the Institute of France, and all through his
subsequent career he has been the resolute
a Bouud guTeraineut Is established ; wber vice and
immorality control, ibcre anarchy Is foood. A
great evil Is Impending, which tbrcsteus to thwart
the vary parposc for which oar government was CB
Ublbbcd, snd the TSrioas projects which our King
most earnest I v urge, the suppression of crime, the
attainment ol Industrial prosperity, the perpetuation
of the native Hawaiian race; tud this evil, If too
long trifled with, will become Irrepressible. All
true men, loyal to tho nation, most agitate, agitate
till not as official, from the lowest to the highest,
can bold his position, who Is not strenuous, vlgl
lant, and active gainst this evil. Aliqcis.
Rldlasa Mhnrk-A llavvnllnn Nong.
a I ! IIS B illlll.
in us a strong desire that our day schools might
have the same drill. The latter, f sini'ino- Kv
. ,- , . . , , , , did not find it difficult to enter legislative life
note) is an accomplishment invaluable for ... ...
children, and ought to be taught in all our pub
He was repeatedly elected for the Department
ic schools. It carried us back to the good old of tho N'or,h' which ho "P""'8 "ow Gin
linging-school days when "do, re, me, fa," ! the Xa"nal A,My- In 1830 he wa8
elected a memler of the French Academy.
For the Hawaiian Galeae.;
was as familiar as the alphabet, and sol-faing
an every day exercise. As for the gymnastics,
we cannot recollect having witnessed a class of.
young ladies practice with more perfect skill
than did Miss Ingraham 's.
The "Bessemer" rstenmnliip.
So many contradictory accounts have been
published concerning this novel vessel that it
way be worth while to give some accurate de
tails in regard to her. From a recent article in
y'ature we gather that the chief object of her
designers, Messrs. Bessemer and Read, were ; sight of everybody, they have lieen surprised
1st. To reduce the discomfort of the voyage to that they discovered no stills ! Meanwhile the
a minimum; 2d. To make her very swift, so ! liquor business flourishes, as it did not for-
M.trt, June, 1875.
Mrs. Stowe's amusing description of a party
of negroes, trying in such a way to catch their
master's horse, for pursuit of a runaway, as to
only scare him away, seems to have found its
counterpart in the efforts of officials to arrest
distillers of ardent spirits on Maui. Going in
broad daylight, on the public highways, in the
e.-a-.r The Court appointed John K. t'oatina Ad
Biaistrator. to tie a Vwad ia the sam of :00. to reader Pthl each. Where these fruits came from
aa aeeoaat in three months from thisday.and in the we do not know, but, judging from the shape,
event ot the estate biting to be sold, the Coart will
strengthen the Bond.
size and taste, we suppose they are from the
3tau3gong seeds. There are two other trees
like ours, and of about the same age,
one is in Dr. Hoffmann's garden, and the other
Ureal II. II. In
Lotni. Ifav Tth. In the Hsnse of Commons last
aight. the Xaroai. of Ilartiagto. asked -h.o debat. in the Poises lately owned by Dr. Hutchison,
on the privilege of the Boose would be resumed and
the Budget discussed. Disraeli said then vunoinv
mediate prospect of resuming the debate which was
unexpectedly terminated Tuesday night. He intend
ed, however, when attention was again called to the
presenee of strangers, that a division be taken to de
cide whether the galleries should be cleared. The
tiovenmeot was ehargad with wasting time over the
question of privilege, bat the opposition to the Irib
Peace Preservation bill was the real obstruction. The
and now by Mr. Roth. These are all probably
one variety, and descended from the seeds
bronght by Captain Harvey.
But the main thing to which we wish to call
the attention of our readers is the fact that
this fruit, like apples, peaches, &o, may be im
proved by cultivation, and probably by grafting.
By care in selecting only the largest and finest
fruit for planting, larger mangoes may be
Irish members wen jaAjified ia opposing it, and the raised, as is clearly shown in our own experi
Goreraasat equally justified in seeking to have it ! encc. If slips from these choice trees are grafted
! I into the common stalk, improved fruit will be
At this point Di.ra.li was called to order for dis- Whl, miy
rre-iiur from the subject of inquiry pat by the If ar- ,. ,. ,. ,
" . , " . ' . this operation we cannot sav ; this must be
qau of Barttngton. Resuming his remarks, he said : . ,, ,
Be believed it wo.ld be possible to prorog,. Parha- ' "nnined by expenment, and all who have
Boat ia July. TW Goreraaaat was determined to j opportunity should test it. The Common
pass all iu measures, evea if ia order to do eo, it ! mango is now hardly worth the picking; while
should And it to be its dnty to advise the Queen not to ; such fruit as that to which we have referred is
proregm the session till all of tbeaa had received the
royal sanction, fie addad, that the Government in
tended to open the direatfioa of the Budget on Fri
Gladstone said be regretted the tone of Disraeli's
remarks. The Hours was entitled to respectful treat
Baat, even from the Premier. Never before had he
hoard such a statement as that relative to passing
at Baasaras. The Right Hob. geatataaa
I to kaep the House sitting anttl a number
of unspecified bills were passed. Was that a becom
ing method of procedure on the part of her Majesty
OmaiBBsat If saeh a tone was again adopted, he
(Gladstone) woald fed it to be his duty to avail him
Bsff of hit privilege as a member. Ba protested with
1 a morning discussion of the Budget
a luxury anywhere. One thing is quite certain,
: that those who wish choice mangoes can readily
secure them by care in selecting the best seed
There is also growing here a sour or sub-
acid mango, known as the Chulitey, which some
relish, and which doubtless was brought here
from the East Indies. It is small in size, bat
may be improved by selecting only the seeds of
large mangoes for planting. Mr. Coan informs
ns that the first tree was raised in Hilo by Mr.
Goodrich, who planted the seed about the year
1835, or fifty years ago. This tree is now
that the time spent on the sea by her passen
gers should be as short as possible ; 3d. To in
snre great steadiness among the waves, loth
as to rolling and pitching. Finally, to make
her as convenient as possible. She is a double
ender, propelled by four large paddle-wheels,
two on each side. Each end for a space of 46
feet is kept low, for the purpose of reducing
the motion caused by wind and sea, while the
middle portion (254 feet) of her length is built
sufficiently high to enable her to steam at full
speed against the worst seas she will have to
encounter. She is fitted with a rudder at each
end, with efficient measures for locking, so
that she will steer in either direction without
tnrning mund. The Bessemer is 350 feet long,
40 feet wide along the deck-beam, and 64 feet
wide across the paddle-beam. She will be
propelled at a speed of from eighteen to twenty
miles an hour by two pairs of engines of the
collective capacity of 4 ,600, horses. Her great
peculiarity, however, is the suspension saloon,
which is 70 feet long, 29 feet wide, and 20 feet
high. It is situated in the middle of the ship
as regards length and breadth, and the axis of
rotation is at a hight where there is least mo
tion. It was at first intended by Mr. Bessemer
to keep the floor of the saloon level by means
of an automatic apparatus which involved both
the principle of the gyroscope and that of Ba
ker's mill. Certain practical difficulties, how
ever, have led him to abandon thtt idea, and
adopt a more simple and inexpensive plan. I
The method ultimately adopted is a hydraulic
apparatus, consisting of two powerful pump- i
ing-engines, situated justfoutside the saloon
door, and attached to the frame of the vessel.
merly. It is reported that a thousand dollars
have been thereby made by a single person at
Kula, and there is no good reason to doubt the
report. A feast, recently held in Hamakua, in
aid of a Church, was poorly attended, because,
unlike the generality of native feasts now-a-days,
it was " dry." If serious evils have al
ready resulted from the liquor distillation, it
can lie foreseen that, with its increase like
the case of the camel, which put its head into
an Arab's tent, and afterwards got its whole
body in, and could not be persuaded to go out,
the monster of intemperance may yet effect
such an entrance amongst the natives, that our
not too powerful government cannot exorcise
It has been gravely argued by intelligent
persons, that the licensing of an establishment
at Wailuku, for the wholesale of ardent spirits,
would break up this illicit distillation. Per
haps it would be well at the same time to
license an establishment for inoculation with
leprosy, scrofula and other diseases, in order
to thus prevent their prevalence in the com
munity. It has been bitterly maintained by others,
that laws against the use of ardent spirits by
the natives were an illiberal legislation ; and
that also the outcry against the sale of molas
ses to the native manufacturers of " swipes,"
was interference with legitimate trade. This
matter will be understood by viewing it in the
light of the fact that leaialatloD to protect from
overt wrong-doinj; is not perversive of liberty, but
rather essential to it. If this is not true, all civil
government is Improper. Now, If it is apparent
that the removal ol the restrictions against tbc use
of intoxicating drinks by the natives, will rnln tbe
Front the San FranHnpo Call
Miss Adelaide M tiler, tbe Hawaiian songstress, was
the beroluc, a short time prior to her departure for
San Francisco, of an adventure, perhaps, unlike any
recorded In the wildest production of fancy , certain
ly nothing of cqnal romance has been mado public.
Miss Miller was on a visit to some friends at Wal
klkl, a celebrated watering place near Honolulu, and
also notej as tbe summer residence of the Hawaii
an Klugs. It Is s great place fur surf bathing -almost
every hour of tbo day during the season shoals
ol duskr figures belna: visible balutnic sniuuif Ihe
breakers. Tho waters uear.tlio shore are considered
safe, but outside ol the reel arc tabooed, on account
of tbe shark, wbicuauouiid Iu immcusu numbera.
Wo to tbc daring swimmer that veulures that far.
Once beyond tbe reef he may aa well make bis will
In favor of tbo nearest Bats, for bis fate Is aa certain
as the deplellou of a friendless toper's exchequer by
tbc voracloQS sharks ot a police court.
One day Misa Miller was enjoying asurf bath with
a number of her companions. Like most of tbe isl
anders, she Is amphibious, as much at home In wa
ter as upon land,;swimi. In fact like a Ash, and has a
national reputation as a diver. While so engaged,
one girl prop - I they should swim out to tbc reef.
The suites! iou was not followed, fear of the mon
sters there abouoding beta: tbe excuse. Tbia did
not intimidate the girl who made tbe proposition.
She resolved to go thither herself, ami finally ban
tered her companions into following her example.
As tbey approached tbe reef a canoe passed theul,
the natives euouliug, " Mano ! Mano!" (shark!
shark!) also anriug them to hasten to the canoe for
safety. But, before the terrified girls could move
one way or the other, a huge blue abnrit surged In
among them, and, rising la thejsurface, lifted Misa
Miller out ol tbe water. In ber terror she grasped
one of the shark's upper litis. This proceeding, as
well as the burden upon its back seemed to terrify
tbc inoostcr.'fur it darted off at a speed that would
easily outstrip tbu fastest ship, keeping however,
upon tbe surface of tho water, tt kept along at this
pace for tbout ilxty yards, still bearing tbe Hawaii
an naiad upon Its back, when it suddenly plunged
downward, forcing the fair rider to let go ber hold,
and leaving ber unscathed after her perilous advent
ure. Sbe was soon picked up by tbc canoe, and,
with her companions, returned In safety to Wuiklki.
This adventure raiacdJMisa -Miller very highly In the
estimation of her couutry people, by tbe bulk of
whom the shark Is held sacred, aud still worshipped.
Even after a century of Christianity, this supersti
tion prevails. The Kanakas will not kill a shark ex
cept in self-defenso, nor will they eat Its flesh, though
this is estimated s delicacy among most of the South
Sea Islanders. Tbe tact that a Hawaiian bad ridden
a tlsli so sacred (and, we may add, voracious), was
indeed a dt subject fur panegyric . though we ques
tion whether the highest eulogiutu would Induce the
sweet-voiced Maulan to again cavort upon the aplnc
of an azure-sklnued " mano."
Tho nbovo is a fair specimen of a sensa
tional reporter's efforts to manufacture news.
Miss Miller doubtless related the story of the
old native Hawaiian woman, who, snmo twelve
years ago, rode across Wailua Buy on the Kick
of a shark, as published in tho P. C. A., at tho
date of the occurrence of this remarkable feat,
which is lielieved to have been a fact, as there
wero .several eyewitnesses of it. The reporter
has made Miss M. the hero of a story, which
is being copied far and wide in American
To His Kvcti.i rtn W. L MoctmnrA,
Minister or tbe Interior, Ac. ate.
8ll : I bate tht honor to fumlaa this the Ttnrty
second Semiannual Report of lb Treasurer of taa
Queen's Hospital, showing tba receipt, aad dis
bursements during tbe half year ending Msy 30tb,
snd of tbe present financial condition ol tbe corporation.
Since tbe 5lh Dec. last I have received aa toiiowa
r-. lanes la Baak of H.-b. v A Co,. Pre. Uk
rruaa aav pallraU
rr-tn rale of raiplv barrel
Trow K. T. OTIalViraa. aWu . cwlrtkolnat
. I . ... ... I t r n nililLui fir Sid
in m i , o.i mi - - .
IU .BBp-t, J ! -
rrum UawaUaa Sramrn't Taasa to AatU 1st "P
The disbursements during the tame time
have been :
For salary or t'hvtklan, sit asonlhs 1 TM B)
Far water of rarveyne sad servants UM M
for arovisl.s. arsaViae. (araUem, ue.t-
4IBI, llbl, fori, cuBna, Ac SOOT 07
Uavlaf a balance la the h.nl. f the Treaaarer .-f .v.
Tbe financial condition of tbe corporation con
tinues to he satisfactory. The income derived from
pay pallenla haa materially Increased. There Is :
Ca.h on ' iil
Tbr BHDirr aad Hawaiian Sllisain'e Usee. avaH
able in Aorll and Kay, amount lo- -
Aad there n due from pay patients abuat-
There are no liabilities unpaid.
Cnat. R. BTsaor, Treasurer,
By Jons H. Patt, Ally.
Hurarroii' Beport-tlueea's lloaplinl
Hosolclu, June ltt, 1S75.
7b Ms 7Vvaies of the Qtuen't UatpUal :
i.hnti ;:mkn I hare the honor to submit the fol
lowing report for Ibe quarter ending May Hist :
The total number of patients at preaait In the
Hospital la CS, via: M Uawallane, 33 males aud SS
lemales, aud 10 foreigners. Tbe number of admis
sions during this period bat becu 76, vli.i M malrt
aud 29 females (Hawaiian), and IK foreigners. Dis
charged 80, vix i 67 Hawaliant, XI males and 36
l-tmales, and ID foreigners. Dea'.ht 6. vlx. i 4 Hi-
! waiiana, 3 malea and 1 female, and 2 foreixnert ; 1
from pyemia, 1 aneurism, 1 general debility, 1 pul
monary contnmptlou, 3 typhoid fever.
Betide the nbove, US new namet have been eo-
' tcred In the Dispensary books. The greatest number
of indoor patlunta was 87. the tmalleat to: uany
average during Ibe quarter 77, dispensary 5. Num
ber of prescription! 7,VJ9.
Robert McKibbi, Jr.,
Suryron to tht Qarrra'a ftompllaL
ROTHS, The Resrulaur Moulblv .nretiiasr
of the Hawaiian Mission Children's Society wUI he hrbj
at the r.Uenor of Hon. II. A. P. carter. Saturday Kv.
nine, June It. 1STS. It
KPBriAE. HOTK'E.-At at BWctlava; f Use
Wnanatlondlc tuuw. Hall (Tub, brid last evenlnt, a vote
or thanks was tendered to Mr. W. IT. rKCBLRH for his
srrvters as 1'inplrr also for the pntmptand Joat rendering
or htfl drcbuon.. In thr frtrndly Kama played Jnns Ilia.
Honolulu, June IS, 1S7S.
OTH K.-The I'm Hie Ha-- Hall ( lllbmrrt
for practice on Wednesday and Saturday aftrrnooo. at
I o'clock, on the around In thr rear uf thr Custom House.
June 8th, 1979. Ml If
IMMEDIATELY AT HI.I-SEA I 1 1 lllt T
a Marker and Book-keeper. Mum be a Kood and rapid
penman and a sober man. Apply to
511 It' W. M. WALLACE.
Furnished Dwelling for Eent.
THE DWHI.I.IMi HOt'HE WITH Fl'RXI.
ture of the undersigned at Walkikl-waena, for ten
or twelve months, on account of absence. Terms favora
ble to a careful tenant.
LA WHENCE McCCLI.Y.
Altlolanl House June 14th. 1ST... Ml Dt
THE Biennial Meeting ol the.Mem ben or
the gl EEN'S HOSPITAL SOCIETY will be held at
Alllnlnnl Hollar, on Batarilay. July 3d. 1.175, at II A. M.
BuT- A large attendance is requested. Per Order.
1M -'.I r. A. HCBAEPEK, Sec'y.
Estate of Walker & Allen.
Allies, AXD FIX A I. DIVIDEND I lo
approved rlalms against the Estat of Walker t
Allen Kill be paid at the offlie of the anderslfrned on and
after this date. E. p. ADAMS,
Anfttenee Estate Walker 4 Allen.
Honolulu, Jnn IAth, 1875. 544 Cm
Till iinilerit)cnerl have on (tic lt 1ny of
April, t entered Into a ro-partnenhlp, under the
name and sty)- of J. H. BRL'NSdt CO., for the purpose of
rarryinjj on the
'ooMria; aud .aoa;lus; BavlupM
In all Its branches, and solicit a share of public patronage.
J. II. i . !: i -H.
Honolulu. June 13, 1975. 544 Itn
Mr. J. T. WavCrlioua Imvlna; rrrrlmi from
Um New ZeaUod Iitmirance t'ompanjr, throuah th-lr
Ac- ut, !. Q. N. Owen, the amount of ,00. Inauretl hy
him on mfrchandLrie by the Ill-fated whooiier Varum., begs
to express his thank and the MUfartlun he feels at the
promptness displayed In settling this loaa. The New Zea
land Insurtuict- rompany certainly tleserre a (air aharr of
the ImiuraUice buslneaa of Honolulu.
541 lm J. T. WATER HOI'S K.
Tber will lx it Me. tliitf of the Alumni
of Oahu College, on the evening of Tharaila.)', Juno 17tli
The exercises will consist ol addressea, toasts and re
miniscences, and close with a collation.
All who hare been wunectvd with the Institution aa stu
dents, their husbands, or wives, their parents, the trusts,
patrons and donors, and all graduates of colleges In other
couutiies, with Uirir wives, are Invited to attend.
Ml 1 . . p. CHURCH. Committee.
Roses, Roses 1
d d M'l'ERB YARirriEH OF UOi. V
jw 300.000 ireenhnua Hants. Mulling I'lanta
a -i" i ulr . IUuntratfl I'ataJugue ft-p-.
E. Y. TEAS A CO..
543 lm ltkhmond, Ind.
fa U. JOIIX H. P AT Y WILL AT OK MM
alftH asMSSt power of attorney during my ahueti from
the Klogdom. M3 lm CHAJtt. R. BISHOP,
M- Kaahntnanu St.. opposite Mr. O. Rhodes' Store I r
A. P. EVERETT,
Forwarding and romrnksion Merchant,
105 Front St r.-.-l. corner or Clay,
MAX rt lM ISI II.
rrr Particular atu-Dtloii paid to Cunslffomenta of Island
Produce. Ml Ij
M. Ml NOW ( OMIm; IN aad for sale
in quantities to tait purchasers br
542 3m AFOIN'U A AC1UJCK.
3. h. nat'its.
h. oat BE.
J. H. BRUNS & CO.,
BEO I.I'.AVE TO NOTIFY I III. I'l It l.l
that they bave purchased the entire stock In trade
of the late James 1 Lewis, and that they wUI continue to
carry oa the baslntst of
flourishing in Mr. C's garden. Many of the
tad to take ap the Budget ia the I treea of this variety at Hilo do not bear fruit,
Cociideratioa sf tit Irish Praatr- owine. as is anDDosed. to the Uit-ht on them.
We have been informed by a gentleman living
at Kalihi, that on the suggestion of a French
naturalist, he drove iroa splits into his
mango tree, tbe result of which has been that
the quality of the fruit is entirely changed for
the better, and there it none of the turpentine
vatic Act, which had bean site days under debate
eras than rareatad ia Coaataittes. Taw bill was pas sad
hi soatarittae. with important ataeodmanu, by which
the ptaaky for unlawful psawaaaiaa af anal "ere re
laiil. aad the rhrht to search hoasca far arms limited
ia tat aay-tiau. Tht Boats has yet to tail action
en tht WO.
These engines keep up a constant supply of industrial, social aud moral iotcrcttt of society, oar
water to a large cylindrical accumulator. The
hydraalic pressure so obtained is transmitted
through pipes which pass through the hollow
axle supporting the nearest end of the saloon
to a cylindrical slide balanced valve, placed on
the athwartship floor girders near the middle
of the saloon. The hydraulic pressure is next
transmitted through this valve and through
another system of pipes to two tipping cylin
ders, placed one on each side of the vessel at
the middle of the saloon. The force necessary
to preserve the equilibrium of the saloon is, aa
will at once be perceived, thus brought to bear
through these tipping cylinders upon the
athwartship girders of the suspended saloon.
The application of the force is controlled by a
liberty itaell requires that those restrictions be con
tinned. If also the sale of molasses to natives in
variably retain in their manufacture of " okolehao,"
public opinion, if not civil atatutea, ought to forbid
every planter from avariciously seeking petty profits
by such sales; just as our government forbids tbe
indiscriminate tale of arsenic It it to be hoped
that those engaged in this bnsineaa will now beware,
lest when Ibey are ferreted oat, their names become
as execrable at Ibe liqnor traffic Itself. Whoever
can feel gratification in tkll pandering temptation
to tbe poor, weak, witting, oslive race, for tbe sake
of a few paltry dollars, knows bow devils feel.
Some who gneve over the present ttate of things,
hopelessly ask, Can a stream rite blgber tbtn ltt
fountain tbnt boldly Implying dereliction on the
part of our government. The reply to be made la,
Agitate ! Government! ire governed by pnblic senti
ment. Where virtue and morality prevail, there
Cooperingiand! Gauging Wl
At the Old stand on Kins; Street, near the Bethel, until
further notice. And also,
ON QUEEN KTKKET, NEAR FORT,
Where they will be found prepared to execute all orders In
t'avaka, UcroBrar Oil t'ontaissera Tor Tallow.
Eic. Etc.. always on hand.
Honolulu, June 12, 1173. Ml ly
MILK! MILK! MILK!
WEIjL-KNOWN PUUNUI DAIRY !
THE I Mmsii,M I) HA VIVO 11 K-
r baaed the well known herd of TKT-j 1 tr-Vi
f1 1 i i m from Sir. J. Kirhanlfton. and atao
mviuj, ! the iu.nl known as th Puunoi Milk laanch,
he Is prepared to furnish to customers
PURE FRESH SILK, IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT!
At Six t'erjla per taart.
Full measure ruarantred, and delivered In the morning
MW To large rnstomrrs. soch aa Hotel and Reataorant
krrprrs. Chips of War, 4c, be will make special con trans
at ljV Fit 1 1 r
Orders aivru to Jowss. who haa charge of the afllk Van.
or l-ft at thr International Hotel, will br promptly attend
ed to. 144 am AKOM. fropnrtor.
Land on Lanai.
A I.I. PEVSOX ARE HEBEBT WARDED
that tbe sohacrtber bavins; iraeed the land of Par
tus from the Government with the concurrence of the
Crown Commissioners, he will prosecute according to law
any trrspaaa or borara. cattle, sbeep. coats, hogs or turkeys
upon tale land without authority.
WALTER M. OrBSON.
Honolulu, June 4, 117 A SM at
NOTICE It) 111 Ki n V (,ti v THAT I
have sold all my right, title and tnterrst to the ITC
JH DAIRY to MR. A KONG, who will con tin ar the t,u ti
neas from and after this date, aad I would aak my custom
ers u roounor their patronage with sir. A KOSO.
Honolulu, June I, Is7i. 1. U RICHARDSON.
Pioneer Mill, Lahaina.
-1AMPBELL 4 TtTBTOSs Proprietors.
Crop of Sugar of superior quality, now coming
in and for sale in quantities to suit by
i,"-3m II. IIACKFELP A CO.
EW CROP NOW COMIVO IN. FOR SALE
in quantities to tnit purchasers, by
JI2 -Um C. BREWER A CO., Agente.
HAVISG BOI GUT I'l I M 1 DAIRY OF
MR. J- L- HK HARDrajN. I would Inform the pub
lic that I am prepared lo carry on the twislinas. and would
solicit a share af public patronage.
HsBsatTilu, June I, W& fail It) A KONG.
THE I'XDEIIItlVED HATE THIS DAY
entered Into partnership under the Arm name or
style or HITCHCOCK A CO.
Hilo, April 24lh, in.
D. H. niTCHCOCK,
K O. HXTCHOOCiC.
i in- U. WETMOKK.
-tv Crop of Mallear car. Molnaaea
NOW COMING IN, AND FOR SALE IN QUAN
tities to .mil purchasers by
642-lm C. BREWER CO.. Agents.
HIDES, SKINS, TALLOW.
ri'HE UNDERSIGNED CONTINUE TC
X par the highest market priea for try II tier ,
Ooat Skins and Ooat Tallow.
M: 3m C. BREWER I CO.
TO WOOL CROWER8.
THE UNDERSIGNED CONTINUE TO
bay Woolt at good prieas. Wools aoeaiag to
market this Spring particularly dssired to make
freight ,'ilHnl C. BREWKR A CO.
Snlo of Roal Eaastate
BY VIRTTE OF AN ORDER MADEou the
7th day of Jonr. A. D. 1S7S, by the Hon. t'tiartea Ca
Harrla, Klr.t Aaaortatr Justice of thr Hoprrme r'oart of
Ihe Hawaiian Islands, licensing me. JOHN KoII DRAY
rjRA, Administrator of the Estate of WILLIAM II. KA
ATWAI, late ot Honolulu, drcraai d, to writ at public auc
tion, certain lands belonging to said estate, 1, law nndes
signed, will sell at public auction.
On fwatnrdar. the 28 lb Uar af Jrine. A.D. l7-
At the door of the Govrmmrnt House, Honolulo, at I
o'clock noon, all tbe fight, till- and interest of tha said
William II. Kaauwal, drrraaed. in and in all too
T"wo Salo Fsatolxoaw,
Bltuale at Klnkapa, WatUkl, Oahn.
Conveyed to Z. Kaauwal by Hawaii and Mahnlua by deed
rrcordrd la tha onVe of the Reaaitrar of (onveyaacee. In
Liber s of Deeds, page SOS, and particularly described In
Land Com ml ion Award So 1433.
Also. 3 sere. MH ebalaa, af Unit annate at
Kauhlkl. Walk!. Island of Oahu, granted lo Z. Kaauwal
by Royal Patent Xo M7I.
Thr Mir la subject to thr approval of the Court, at Use
Court House, Honolulu, on TBnrsrIa r thr Slli ,.,,
f Jaly, A. D. la't, at IS o'clock a. at., when ail partirs
intrrested are notlflrd to appear.
JOH.V KOII L HACXA. Administrator
11 Of tha Est, of W. H. Kaauwal. dacraaed
CIRI I IT CO! RT Sir THR HA WAIT A 1 la.
land. Ttsred JwdsrM rakastrt-la fl I . ru ass
matt-r -l mr raiair ar .i, as. luvav sass ar i
Oa ! r. r .. .
ailaiat-aaw af la awaalr af A R tavrts. tmtm mt BaaaaS.
Bar. ii aw art, .1.. .aa.il. atMwtatj raal aaasasa Bwaaa ssjsawBS
IB. aaM sttwBBs ware bi sailtsa as law aaBVaBr.asiB1aiai-
l..x i ha l m.n a day to he
asnlnrd aa.l a.prr.vr.l b. the . aort
II r.e.rn.rr.1 thai wt:l'?lBDAT tke
AT. IsTS, at taaeSBea A VI., In swa frart
i.im. ItaWBAV a BJBt WW
If any tfcry Bavr. why tha wast I
pn.vr.1 by thr ' WBrt.
.-.it thai that rwOrr. kt 1
STsasT- he iwaiaahsd in iha " Haw
aua " bi inlana petassd asat sslissaViS la I
iv.lntr.1 fur -
l.lrd si North K..haia. I
ui riiat rorar or tsi
INl.tNias. In rr..halr ta the BaaaVrv sf
I. BI TTt )t, aa inaarr. aa.aas.. 'w.tas Sa aSBBW
aaaskall a ol . iiardatn tV order sf Ms sf Baas)
WSSSJB PISIBISJB SB StSS tfSBS LBSSSBl
i haulxk rarTfri"w ht.
nr. .tiss . at jwA .vrrsst.
s st a WAJBLasa
tu.ir.tian ..f thr prasvrtT of Alsaar r. SUM. 1.
Inasn psrwaa pray Bag foe aa nclrr uf
ntalr IrkraX to said -aed aad I tflu sagva ,
it ta hrrmv ordrrrd. ihas Ik ssasieaT BSb af UW saw
ward and all persona tatalBBlsa) kt IBS) bbM SSBBSr. sssrse
brfurrltual uarton THI'tUIDAT THK Sth DAT sf .af.
TKMHKK.A. a 1171. at U s'rsaw A.R.. as law rsan
Room of thta iBsn, SB MsBrrshi Ikrs and thses as B
raass why aa sewae aasaaM sat he graals.1 Sae rsw rata af
such ratals 1
And It rurthse ordrrsd. that a ravy sf ihas srsrr aa
puhltahr.1 al Irssl Lhrrr .
.lav ..r hrarlr-g. In m.
I.itl.lKhr.1 III llnrMMav
I'al.-I Mohotiilii H. I.. Jwastth. IS71
I'Mis. r. ntKRia.
Attral : Ju
WatTBB R. MSUU (Terl.
ai i-Kimi. kurt or mr
f allitku. Van.
Harria. Onlrrr mules of prtitmn thr adrrth
On res.nng and tlMng the psHnwi of u K. Ffs. M Rsa-
olulu. ailrglng I hat Krsaa (w of Walks! a. Maaa. aW war
aatr al llonuaula. Ham. . at ths IMh day uf War. A IV tea,
or thrrrshouu. and praying thai Irtsrn of !maslBBsaaBaB
dr lMnls it.tn bwus lo pstjtrsrrrr.
Itlaordrrrd that HllaHAY. Ihs Uth DAT OT JVX1.
1171, bs and hrrrhr St ays. so sad tnw aasrlsg men I rlat a
brforr ths said Joaite-s. hi ths I'.sirt lasssa sf IBS. I'.srt.
at Honolulu, al which Urns and stars ail ft Irasa iBaasia
ed may spprar and show cause, if any I are Bar, way aass)
prtltlou sh.toM sol bs grafted, aad that lkn sssl bs asav
lUhrd III thr Hawaiian Bad kjBBWsh laasiBats Ssr thess
saerssjdTS wssha In ths - HswaisaB Usastas" man - Kawr
koa" nswspaprra In llon.Jala.
I'slr.) H. hi. .mill II I . June llh A. D ItTV
Attest i Jaata i sf ihr rsjpusas waVAal
JMl K. rUasiaao, Dep. ITseh awft I Swrv 1st It
Postponement of Sale of Real
XoTirr. in iiimni uiykk that thr
sale of lauds hrionglng to ths Katats of vr H KA
VI YV .Ircrsar.!. BttVrrtlSMl UltahrBtsrr al Wallahs
on the :sth day uf June lustant. ss itisstfjaai I hy orwsr sT
thr Cwatf ituiii Katsarvlsiv ihrs 7stj Slav at Aaawtaas
aeil, at law saass Ikssa ami swans
S4 EM. of W n
Administrator's Sale of
RE A Ij ESTATE!
Ix i-i koi t m i or AN "inn a vt A Box aatj
ths ::ih .lay of May. A. D. 1171, br ths Moss cabas
I harlra ('. Harrla, Ural Aaaot-aats Juatics of ths oaprrojr
I'ourt of thr Hssaas Isisads. - ava. John atsa
itlttlatralor of tbr I .
lair of 11,
in lan. la brhavaing to said
I sell at public auction.
On Saturdaj, the 7th day of A a just, 1875,
At 12 N'ooa,
AT MlwWIIA.N..a XlilBE.
m thr town of Watiuku, Maul, all tar rtaht, www mmm to
vrirst of ths said ...ism R, Ksaowai. I Hint, aa wbA
IU OF LAND KNOWN IS PAPOHAKU!
nlluateil at Wailuku. strut, to sra :
Four parcels of land 1st, : ckasaa aad I fBtboto sssarr.
2d. 1 scrrand 1 Miusrr chain i sa. iacrsi 4th. 14 areas,
s chains and lm fathoms rqaarr.
And llkraus, In and lo rrrtaln Isnds sttualsd la llsisnsi,
at Walluku, Maul, aforesaid, to wll : U lout, as r.stowa
ntsinliig II Miusrr rods.
If s m
I acre. M rqnsrr rraht.
1 ii. l. sjuare rods,
s siuarr rods.
a scrrs, I rood, at rasa,
I roods, at rods.
1 acres, 3 rtarJa, 37 rrafa.
1 naals, S rods.
I rood. It rods.
I naats. TJ mta
3 acres. I rmid. It rods.
tn at? land Hlustr at Ratal.
SI lot. It I 71 snt
si -.f the dseawssd sa
ml .asarrlhrd a Koysl
rtvry r.1 to ths AsSSBSSd
ley ths heirs of MaJst
In Liber 41, pagrs US
on tains I I, tat arrsa
rsal.1 . ths ssrssal at,
orrsald . and IBs II led
And also a portion of land
lot containing " ta-loo acres,
AaoaU Ibr HUM, Title an
and to all ptrres and pare
Patrut : ' bring thr Iota of
and Gro. K. Kaaaerai. his t
pulrho, bv a rrrtsun deed of
and i.i The Rrat lot sf
situate In II...., In Wailu
2 H-IOOacrea. In fuako. Wa
33- luo of an acre, situate at L
l-lll of an arrr.
And liarwlar, all ths Bight. Till and Interest arssArsd
hy thr drcrsard from A IVpeand Kaaml. ha waV, SB saw
to the land dem-rlberj In Land t'ummhMSMi Award Sat .iS.
ronuutiiiiic luo ..r all acrr. In tttr town ..r 1
And also, all ihe laml
Hills. Maul. .Ir-r1hr.l In land l iUHISIBSSSSW Aa
SSgs. and .-oouiliiliia a s-luo acres In favor sf SL
And likewise a tract ar laml llaate-s at VI st
ation. Hula. Maul, da scribed In Land romajaassa
Award 3JS3. ronbUnlng I t acrrr.
And I shall furthrr rspose for sals at public as. Stjaj at
the t'uurt House, In the town uf Inhalna.
On Saturday, the 3d day of Jaly. at 13 H.
All th njcht svml lritr-t uf atatil mj.
IN AND TO CERTAIN LOTS of LAND
8ITVATE IN THK
un itaas or pakoiii in rnMII
At i.iii. n ....
Th? flnt lot ' nil taint nr an ami of .17 wiiura- rtvhl ; :hm
m-vuwi to i(; Ui' 1 1.1 Ol H llll,.
of 2 aT"a, J tXMxln aivl 13 roda : Uv thirl rnnb
arta of I rtnl anil in rla ; an Ua mt
arra of 2 rusttta aunl u rrxrav.
,,.. uJa,, tf.t-t tTUAin IsOIH A5TD fi I l.a UAXt n
UM Ahnpnaa of Purtihl. In lahjUna. aotrtaaaitt, rmm
taintiiff In ail, an ana of 1 acraa, I r aavt 4 rurta.
And IlkewUr, ail th- Kidfot. tltia aod I alarm of la !
caaifii. In mini to lh&
ILIS OF KAMANI K ALU AAH A
la the Ataupstaa ar ulaaala. a tat-
The flrsS ron
rnds l and thr
o..l ii , I .
. ..r.t of :
rrs. I rorrl and 33 roda
.f thr latoda snay br- sssw oa sav
Ice of ths Koprrmr t own anUI
of Junr. IS7I, and iM.irU,
al MIL MlinnM.l.N o HlniiK.al Walluku. and al thrtiOV
EltNOK'n OKVIi'K In Ijihsins. MauL
Hair wibjeol to lbs approval of ths Omrt. as ths Csarl
Housr. HoaolBlo, on Thursatay. tlas alls nmj mt
July. ia7-T. at I" t tBawfJ A. M , warn all parlies lotrr..t
edare nohflrd to appear.
JOHN attill l N " t
Adntlnatxator of Eatatr of Win. II. Kaauwal. dr. rssrd.
Executors' Sale of
RE Aid STATU
IU I'l UM M i Sir AS ORDER I vol III
on lb llth day of May, A. H. 1171. by Honorable A.
1. Ju'M, Assuciate Juatics of ths oapreme Curat ol lam
Hawaiian IshUHla, Ik-IuSog us, J. Muananll and Maris Ks
hal. rsseuiors of the Isst will aad IBM. sirs! of J. Bahsi.
or Honolulu, urcrasnl. to aeu at pontic ooctass .
lan.a brlongUig lo said relate, ws shall sail at pubis- a
On the 3d day of July. 1875 at 18
At the Court I
atrpa. In Honolulu, ths
Tn E rVDEBSIUVKD HEBEBT tllYES
aorjee that, from sod aflrr this date, he wUI pay no
dahts contracted lo his name without his written order.
Honolulu, June 1, 1171. 143 tt
THE 1-VDEMIt.XED HATI."0 BEE Ap
pointed by the How. A. rraaaaai. Rateastea with
wUI annexed of the Estate of late Cdmund rsuTrry of llo
nuaula. Maul, hereby notify all persons Indrbted to said
estate lo pay asm aad all rarrsoos having chwms agaiaat
sama to preasulthcm within sU monihs from dats brrrot
t ecu tors sf Eatate kut E, lis ail)
Ctttpalakua, lfsBsaiils, Maui. March N, 1171. lAa-lan
The Land in Kamoiliili, Waikiki, Oahu,
(oa tola lac m Arret art ar teas,
100 acres of Land in Waikiki,
Part of the Land knotrt. an " PAHOA,"
Also, a PARCEL OF LAND
On the mauka aid of the 'iovernraenl Road to Waikiki,
arar ths rradruce of the MtBarsrr sf laa U torts, ssa-
S acres of Laod.
Also, a PARCEL OF LAND
Sltaatad in Walklkl. as taw eta ads sf taw psssl of Oapa
p-rrBrra bssds st ths I
ksala, containing B I
For rurthrr particulars Inquire at tha naVa at J. POB
TEB i.l'.Kr.s McrchaalHtreet. Honolulu, or J. MOAX A
J. it N A I'M aod
By their Attorney,
nonolnlo. May 14, UTt.
J. I "OUT Ail UREXX.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE !
Near 8an Francisco. Cal.
TRR SM TWKI.TR
iastm. ISO. I aa an i. an - -
ia mirra from ths CUy Haa. ssr ths BWW sf
Jasr Hail road, aad wtu i
H M. WHITMET,