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' law Jmlf Tana, A. i. 1ST5, commencing
MomUy, .Uf If
Cu kib ax Cases Ilaa alias Ji kt.
Rex r Napollooe Larceny. Appeal from Ifac
Police Coart, Hooolnru
Bex . N'&lbcboB rt)-Horder.
Ha TV Kabalelapo Murder.
J. Meek. Jr. and Abiirall Maifctl, vt. Mibiii (w)
tats slats I) Robmsoo ct si Ejectment- Continued
froaa laal term. W. C. Junes lor plaintiffs, E. T.
U'Hallorsn and E Preston lor defendants.
Hoopillneaai (k) vs. Kckipi (k Appeal from the
i of Mr. Justice J odd at Circuit Judge. E
i fur plaintiff, J. P. Green for appellant.
Lo t Has area Action of Tort. A. S. Hart-
r plaintiff, 6. 1. Dole and W. C. Jones for de
Ksuoi -kabiki ft. Frank Antooc Action of EJect-
E. Preatou for Plaintiff, J. Porter Green for
i ts. A. 8. Httlelet Action of Ejectment.
A. Hartarell for plaintiff.
Kaaooaaaaa (v) vs. W. L. Mocboona Minister of
latertor Action ol Ejectment. A. Kalauli for
plaintiff, P. U. Stanley for defendant
MizaD J car.
KatrAii Wricbtand ber husband W. E. Wright
ri Kukaaaala (k Ejectment J. Porter Green for
l be plaintiffs. A. S. Hartwell for defendant.
John deny et al r. Namau Ejectment E Frcs
too for plaintinV. L. McCnllr for defendant.
Criminal Cakes Foreign J CRT.
Hex Tt 7 am Koon bin Burglary.
Kcx vs. Turn Knon Sin Larceny.
A F. Judd T. G. II. Lnee Action on tbe case.
Continued from April term. W. C. Jones for plain
tiff. B H. Stanley for defendant.
Tho. H. Hobron ts. Cba. Lake, T. W. ETerelt,
Garnishee Action of Assumpsit. A. S. Uirtvell
lor plaintiff. K. It Stanley for defendant.
Herman Schrlerer ts. John H. Wood Action on
the case. Malicious prosecution. E. Preston for
Geo. Williams ts. John B. Black Slander. K H.
Stanley tor plaintiff, E. Preston for defendant
JtBT Watbd Casks.
C. C. Harris vs. Tbe Commissioners of Crown
Sittings in Banco.
Kanalna ts. Ruth Keelikolani Exceptions to the
ruling of Mr. Jaatice Harris. R. II. Stanley for de
fendant, A. S. Hartwell lor exceptions.
Kaopua (k) et al ts. Ruth Keeliko lani Appeal
from the decision ol Mr. Justice J odd. A. S. Hart
well for plaintiffs, R. U. Stanley for defendant. Ap
pellant. C R. Bishop ts. E Everett, (B. F. Bolles Garni
shee) Exceptions lo tbe ruling ol Jueticc Judd on
demurrer. W. C. Jones for plaintiff on exception,
A. S. Hartwell for defendant.
Ami vs. Kamaipuupaa (w) Appeal from the de
cision of Mr. Justice Harris, in Equity. W. C. Jones
for plaiotifl appellant, Kalauli for Kaopua, R. H.
Stanley lor defendant
W. H. Stone vs. W. F. Allen, Collector Gcnl. or
Customf Exceptions to the ruling of Mr. Justice
Judd. A. 6 Hartwell for plaintiff, R. U. Stanley lor
defendant on exception.
Kulla (w) et alii vs. Uluhani (w) Appeal from
decision of Mr. Justice Judd, in Eqnity. L Kcliiplo
for defendant appellant, W. C Jones for plaintiff.
J. R Williams vs. H. Hackfeld & Co Exceptions
to the ruling of Mr. Justice Judd on demurrer. W.
C. Jooe for the plaintiff, A. 8. Hartwell for excep
tions. Kanle (w) et al vs. Names (k) et al Exceptions
to the verdict of the Jury. A. 8. linrl well for plain
tiff, E. Preston for exception.
L. Marcnaat vs. Hattie F. Van bant Libel for
Divorce W. C. Jones for libellaut.
Kiua Maka ts. Ab Tai Annulment of marriage.
Appeal on matters of law from Mr. Justice Harris.
J. P. Green for plaintiff, appellant, A. 8. Hartwell
Rmad Judicial Clrrall Maul.
Cases beard at Chambers before the Hon. A For
nander. Circuit Judge.
April 12 Estate of Kaumauma (k) of Lahaina,
deceased Petition of Kabiooa (k) lor decree of heirs.
Heard, and tbr property decreed to tbe three chil
dren of deceased aud their representatives.
May 84 Estate of George Wadwell of Makawao,
deceased Deputy Sheriff W. L. Davis, acting under
orders of the Court, rendered bis account of said
estate, which was approved and tbe estate closed.
May US EsUte of W. J. Gray, of Makawao, de
ceased Continued from March 27. Remaining wit
ness beard, will admitted to probate, and letters
testamentary iasued to Mrs. Abby A. Gray.
Estate of Hale (k) of Lahaina, deceased Petition
by ssrah Kabiki for probate of will. Heard, and
Trill admitted to probate, and letters testamentary'
iasued to tbe widow, Sarah Kabiki.
Estate of 0. J. Hsrris, ol Lahaina, deceased Pe
tition T. W. Everett for appointment of administra
tor. Heard, and T. W. Everett appointed on his
ofllclsl bond as Sheriff of Msui.
Msy 27 Estate of Solomon Kualil, deceased, of
Waiahu Petition by Ben lamina for decree of heirs.
Heard, and decision reserved till July 1st.
Estate of Kane (k), of Walebn, deceased Petition
by Moewai (w) for decree of heirs. Heard, and said
Moewsl (w) decreed heir to the property of ber father
Estate of Lonoaca of Walebu, deceased Petition
by W. H Halstead (creditor) for appointment of
administrator. Heard, and the widow Kamakaaod
F. H. Rocers appointed ; tbe latter on hit official
hood as Depaty Sheriff of Maui.
Estate of Beniamina (k) of Waikapu, deceased
Petition by Nawou, (w) for decree ol heirs. Heard,
and Naweln (w) decreed heir of her son Beniamina
Estate of Ala pa (k) of Wallnku, deceased Con
tinued from March 17th. New evidence beard, and
Kahoaknai (w) or their representatives decreed to
be the heirs of Alapa.
May 28 Estate of Msnuel Svlva, of Waiebn de
ceasedPetition by Augustine Enos, administrator,
for approval of his accounts, diacharge sod distribu
tion of saute. Heard, accounts approved, adminis
trator discharged and property passed over to guardi
an of minor child.
Estate of Aemai (w) of Walkapn, deceased Peti
tlen by Apakini (w) for probate of will. Heard, and
will admitted to probate, and letters testamenUuy
IVKDXKSlhAr. JULY 7.
Tlra ExrttKM V the Minister of th Inte
rior has l-M-n making a tour f inaprvtion on
Hawaii, during which he founj near Kaiipa
knea a poor native family, consialinp of a
mother and ten children, in destitute eirvum-atam-r-s,
the father having Ikh'O ordeml to
tlie Molokai hospital as n confirmed leper, there
to lie confined probably till death ahull libemto
him. The M mister at once ininVrtook to relieve
the neceiwities of this poor family, nnd apnt
some fifty dollars in providing for their imme
diate ants. Poverty is Bo rarely met in these
islsnda, that if any one donbts the truth of the
sutrmaiit, v., can give the names nnd place.
In such a CMe as this, the government should
adopt these children and their mother as its
wards, and make provision for their support
and education. Practieully they are orphans,
made so by the state for the public welfare,
and it In-long to the nation to befriend and
father them. If we are not mistaken, the kind
heart of the Minister has ulri'ady moved in this
matter lo secure prompt action for this !oor
In this connection it msy not lie amiss to re
fer again to a matter to which we have before
called public attention the duty of the gov
ernment making special provision for those pa
rents who have large families of children, for
the purpose of stimulating an increase of popu
lation. It is well known, that native infants,
especially among the pinir and roving class, die
from want of parental care and attention, while
tin- infanta of foreign residents live and thrive.
Thus the native race decreases while the latter
race increases. To check this decrease should
be the great study of our legislators, for until
it is done, there can be no hope of increase.
Hip Majesty, in his address to the legislature,
recommended that a law be passed exempting
tbe fathers of large families from taxation
which was a good suggestion ; but the legisla
ture thought otherwise, and took no notice of
it. In this paper, we went further than the
King, and urged that a kulcana or homestead
be provided, in addition to the above sugges
tion, for every such family, when destitute of
one, to be an inalienable trust, under certain
provisions. Such a home is, in every country
a bond of union in a family, binding together
parents and children, and creating in them a
strong and loyal family tie, which does not ex
ist where they possess no home of their own,
but are left to roam over the group, and sponge
a living from the'r more favored frends. In
the former case, the inducement is to be con
tented, honest and. industrious ; in the other to
be restless, dishonest and vagabonds, like too
many of our native population. This may op
pear a small matter to some, but it must be re
membered that if ever the Hawaiian race is re
generated, it must lie done by paternal care,
and by making special efforts, in this and other
ways, to develop a home or family pride and
thereby encourage an increase of population.
We call the attention of the reader to the ta
ble showing the domestic exports for the quar
ter ending Jnne 30th, for which we are indebt
ed to His Excellency the Minister of Finance.
A decrease appears in the exjiort of sugar,
which is owing to the large amount of this ar
ticle on hand at the end of June, awaiting ship
ment to foreign ports. The decrease in the to
tal value is not unfavorable when we take into
consideration the fact that the greater portion
of the sugar has been purchased here, and the
outward manifests at the Custom House show
the true value to the country ; while the export
of the same period of last year did not return
to the country on an average within one cent
per pound of the outward value. The selling
of our produce here, before shipment, is the
only safe plan for our planters and agricultur
ists to adopt. This is the way in which the
sugar crop of Mauritius is always sold, and the
way in which the coffee, tobacco and sugar
crops of the East nnd West Indies are sold.
The producer should always shun the risk at
tending the sale of his produce in a foreign
Wk publish in anotlaV column a statement
of the debts of the principal governments of
the world, and the rate of interest paid by
them. But it muBt be borne in mind that these
rates were fixed when the debts were incurred,
some of them many years since. During the j
last few years the demand for money to sup
ply the wants of governments has been so
great, that only those which possess a first
class credit can obtain it at anywhere near
former rates. This will be seen by the closing
statement of the London journal, in which it is
asserted that as high as eighteen per cent is
now paid by at least one government. The
smaller, less stable and less wealthy national
ities are compelled to pay for such loans as
they may require whatever may be the com
mercial value of money among them. The
aggregate of these public debts is an enormous
sum ; and yet it is much smaller than the total
of tbe city, state and railroad debts of the
various nations enumerated in the list.
seasons, and has likewise won the suffrages of
all the important critics in Europe and Amer
ica. In person, the lady is a slender blonde,
with delicate features, dark eye, and a wealth
of golden hair. Her voice it perfectly clear,
true snd well trained, reaching easily to F in
alto, which note she gives out as easily a the
kylsrk sings its song. Her part in the pro
gramme comprised "The Carnival de Venice,,'
w hich is, by the way, beautifully arranged for
lima Di Murskn, with n most clalxiratc recita
tive, convinced the delighted audience that n
singer of extraordinary vow er was Iwfore them,
and as she went on, bringing fresh bravura
passages, constantly into the boldest relief,
their enthusiasm knew no hounds. The King
rose to compliment her, the peoplo thundered
out applause. The fair singer acknowledged
the royal compliment in the moat graceful
manner, and delighted her audience with a
pretty Herman ballad, " Good Night my Little
Child," sung in compliment to Dr. Ed. Hoff
mann, who handed her a lovely bouquet She
imparted to this pretty song every grace of
pathetic expression that perfect knowledge of
her difficult art, and a matchless voice could
tiestow. A similnr state of excitement follwed
the rendering of the Hungarian Air, which
was apparently written to defy, rather than to
task the human voice. Mile, di Murska again
gratified every ono by singing "The Last Rose
of Summer," in English. This song, however,
does nol suit her style as well as her more
florid mnsic does. The comic duet which con
cluded the performance was a rare treat and
would have been re-demanded, had not the
King set the example of forbearance. Signor
Cesare Kistori, lent his efficient aid in the
duet, and also sang two buffo scenes with
much effect, although his voice shows many
signs of wear. Mr. Pratt accompanied the
vocalists very nicely, and also played Gotts
chalk's Meditation remarkably well. Among
the audience were their Majesties and suite.
Also, Madame Kistori, her husband, the Mar
quis del Gillo, her son and daughter were also
there, as was Miss Emilie Melville, Mr. Tracy
Titus, Mr. Edward Ellis; and the Captain and
the Captain and officers of the CiYy of Melbourne.
June IS Estate of Hookauo Mann w) of Waikapu,
deceased Petition for probate of will by Kaleo (w).
Heard, and will admitted to probate.
Jan IT Estate of Kamakana (w) ef Lahaina, de
ceased Petition by J. B. Paona. administrator, for
diacharge, c Heard and administrator discharged.
Mar 4 Sex vs. Kabul k) Larceny. Appeal from
Court, Molokai. Heard and prisoner ac-
Thb report of the Treasurer of the Queen's
Hospital, showing that the Hawaiian peoplo
have during the last sixteen years collected
and disbursed the sum of $1 68,753.99 for the
relief of its destitute sick, may be pointed to
as the best evidence obtainable of the mature
civilization which prevails in this kingdom.
When to this fact we may add another, that
the project originated solely with the late King
Kamehameha IV. and his widow Qtjkbn Emma,
who still lives among us, and that it was not
only- conceived but perfected by them no
worthier monument could be desired to per
petuate the name of its founder. It is but
just to add that each of his successors has tak
en the same pride in this institution that he
did, and that it promises to become each year
more beneficial to the people for whom it was
established, as well as for the relief of desti
tute foreigners of any nation, who may be
come its wards.
The Australian Line.
A report was brought from San Francisco by
the last mail steamer, to the effect that the
Pacific Mail Company had secured the contract
to perform the Australian mail service between
London, Auckland and Sydney, via San Fran
cisco. Thife is a very welcome item of news,
but needs confirmation, although there is
strong probability that it may be correct.
There are no more splendid steamships in the
world than those of this Company, whether we
refer to the propellers or side wheelers. This
Company is known to have a sufficient number
of spare boats to commence the service at any
time that their contract may demand, though it
is stated that the vessels now running will
continue four months longer, or till November.
Should they secure the contract, it is quite
likely that this place will liecome a port for
transhipment of mails, passengers and cargoes.
The China boats will probably touch here on
the outward and return passages, and other
steamers will carry the mails, passengers and
freight from this port to Auckland and Sydney,
touching at any immediate places which the
contract may require of them.
This arrangement, should it be perfected, will
be of great advantage to Honolulu, as passen
gers will have a longer stoppage here and
much better accommodations will be offered to
all, both through and way passengers. In
this way, but three boats will bo required to
erform the service between Honolulu, Auck
land and Sydney. The present steamers in
the China trade can easily perform the work
between this port and Sun Fraucisco.
One great advantage which Honolulu will
derive from the contract being awarded to
this Company, will lie that we shall have steam
communication with San Francisco, Japan,
China, Auckland, Sydney and perhaps with
Fiji and Samoa Islands. We add the last
named group, because it is quite probable that
the American Government will subsidizo the
line if it will connect with Samoa. No other
arrangement could give so great commercial
advantages to this group as a contract with the
Pacific Mail Company.
By having steam communication with Japan
and China, every facility will bo furnished for
immigrants to come to this group, and the pro
bability is that many would come, especially
after the Reciprocity Treaty goes into force.
In this way we should obtain, in a very short
time, all the laborers that our plantations re
quire. Indeed, they might flock here, to culti
vate rice, in too large numbers for the best in
terest of the natives. In that event, we should
have to do as they do in California, impose a
tax of some kind to check the immigration.
There is very little prospect, however, of any
The next mail will probably decide what
company has been selected to perform the mail
service, out of tho four or five bidding for it.
From Colonial papers, we learn that Mr. H. H.
Hall is still very sanguine of obtaining tho
new contract. It is said he is working for
his friends, and he certainly shows great per
severance and pluck.
France and MacJIahon.
Tho thieen a Hoapllnl.
The regular biennial meeting of the mem
ber of the Queen's Hospital Corporation was
held as per notice at noon on the 3d inat. at
Aliiolani nale, the Hon. K. H. Allen presiding.
The attendance was not as large as from the
general interest felt in the Queen's Hospital
might hnTe lieen exported.
The Treasurer made his biennial reiwrt,
which will be found Mow, and showa a bal
ance of 5303.1 S to le due to the Hospital on
the 1st of July. Thus the finance of this in
stitution, thanks to the provision of the Legis
lature, show a marked improvement to the
state of affairs two years ago, when the Treas
urer hod to report a debt of 8l.2.
The Secretary made hi biennial report
which contains statement of general interet
nnd speak in terms commendatory to the effici
ency and management of the institution. The
report will also be found tx'low in full.
The election of five Trustees to take the
place of the outgoing ones resulted as follows :
Hon. S. S. Castle, Hon. J. I. Dowactt, Hon. W.
Q. Parke, Mr. John H. Paty, Hon. W. L. Green.
After tho adjournment of the Society, the
Board of Trustees met for tho purpose of elec
tion of officers for the ensuing year, which re
sulted in the following :
Mr. John H. Paty, Treasurer; Mr. F. A.
Schaefer, Secretary; Hon. W. L. Gtcen, Au
ditor. A reiwrt on the replacing of the present pat
ent roof by a corrugated iron one, was also
adopted and the Executivo Committee was au
thorized to make arrangements for accomplish
ing this object. This has become of urgent
necessity, as the patent roof, as well as in all
other MM of that nature, has proved itself to tie
very unsatisfactory and extremely expensive
to keep in repair. The new roof will of course
diminish the amount on hand to a very small
sum indeed. But for further information we
refer to tho reports herewith.
The Debta or the World.
From the Ball Mall nasruv.)
We endeavored nearly two year ago to giTO
in theae crdnmn an approximate estimate of
the national debt of the world. We con
cluded on that oooaaien that the indebtedness
of the world might lie placed at about 1,200,
000,000. Hnring the two year which haT
sim-e passed there is grkid reason to believe
that a large addition ha been made to this
num. New countries and old eonntrie Tie
with each other in the money market of Eu
rope; and even China ha within the l ist few
weeks commenced n national debt. There is
considerable difflcnltr in ascertaining the lia
bilities of the various nation which are thus
heavily indebted. The nnnnnl nlnisnnc give
u some assistant in the subject ; nnd the
careful information which the Kconomisl pub
lishes in the " Investors' Manual " affords also
considerable help in Iving the question. The
following nre the best estimate which we can
form of the irincipal national debts at the
present time. We have contrasted them with
the figures which we gave two year ago :
O, Mat. 1
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I ITS I c peri
MM.fti0.M0 i .;......,
U0.0O0.UDD . 000. too
140IW0.0OS ..... I1.0D0.OM
i30.uoo.ow r3, one, oos
J, (11, 000,000 4,010,000,000 MO.000,000 .IJ.iioo.iiuO
Uerm. Kmp .-On.OoO.eOO
Thb Conckbt given by Mile. Hma Di
Murska at the Kawaiahao Church, June 29, is
a noteworthy event for Honolulu, since the
effect produced by a single hearing of so per
fect a singer, who ranks third or fourth among
living vocalists, is in every way calculated to
assist in the formation of correct style, and to
improve the taste of the auditor. The famous
Hungarian singer has for the last ten years
been considered the world's foremost Soprano
Leggiero. She made a grand success in Lon
don, in 1665, which she repeated in subsequent
Despite all the efforts of aristocrats of France,
the richOrleanists, the ambitious Bonapartists,
the Bourbon followers of the Bourbon Count
Chambord (who valued the old Bourbon flag,
its white banner and its white lilies more than
i he did the throne), Republicanism apparently
i has already achieved a triumph, and the young
Prince Imperial, as well as the Count de Paris
and tho Count Chambord, have lost tho stakes
I for which they and their supporters have been
playing. The resignation of the Committee of
i Thirty did not lead to a disruption of the
Cabinet and a resort, as was threatened, by
I MacMahon to an appeal to the Bonapartists
and Orleanists. Had he the influence and power
there would be no Republic in France to
day. He may not desire to restore the Monar
chy or the Empire, but his course since he was
made Head of the Executive Power ha cer
tainly been anything but friendly toward Re
publicanism. Only popular feeling and senti
ment have held him in check. Whether he
desired to restore King or Emperor we do not
know, or if he merely looked to the strengthen
ing of his own powers and establishing a sort
of half military dictatorship. But in either
case he failed to carry the masses with him,
and, against his will undoubtedly, the Republic
seems to have come out ahead. It may be that
he has been necessary to the success of the
Republic, although opposed to it. He is a
soldier, and with the army at his command, he
has been in a position to prevent counter re
volutions and Commune uprisings. Gambetta
ha worked well, and hi triumph is itl lialllf
than any battle won by Napoleon. Aaa.
Report or F. A. Srliiiercr. Fq.. Roe rotary or
She ttneeu Hospital.
Ho.voLVLf, July 3, 1875.
To tlie Corporators of and Subscriber tr the
Queen's Hospital Corporation.
GESTtEMKN, A' bi-ennial period having
again clapjod since your last meeting, I have
the honor to submit to you my report.
The business of the Queen's Hospital has
been conducted during the laBt two years,
strictly irt accordance with the provisions of
the Charter, and I hope to show in tho fol
lowing that the institution has not been want
ing in increased efficiency and usefulness.
During the above period, eight regular and
three special meetings of the Board of Trustees
havo been held for the transaction of business.
The following statement, carefully prepared
by the purveyor, Mr. Toel, will be of material
interest, viz :
1813 persons have received medical treat
ment, of which 862 were inmates of the Hospital
and 951 dispensary patients, while in the pre
ceding two years 693 were reported inmates
and 924 dispensary patients, showing an in
crease of 200 in number. Of these 802 in
door patients, 57 havo died, being 6 per ct.
The number of prescriptions made up was 42,
172. Receipts from foreign patients amounted
to 84276.37, whilo the running expenditures of
the Queen's Hospital were 819,005.09.
The report of the Treasurer on the 1st July,
shows an estimated balance of 83363.13 in fa
vor of tho Hospital, which proves that the lib
eral appropriation of the Legislative Assembly
is being expended with economy and careful
ness. The Queen's Hospital has been constantly
growing iu popularity with the native as well
as the foreign population, and while my last bi
ennial report spoke of its enlarged sphere of
usefulness, I am happy to say that this state
of things is well maintained.
Much caru and attention has heen devoted to the
Hospital grounds, for which Dr. K. McKlbbln, jr., de
serves well merited thanks at the hands of the pub
lie. The variety of shade trees, of rare plants, vines,
shrubs and flowers; the neatness and order of tbe
entire surroundings, arc essential requisites to a
well appointed hospital and of as much Importance
in many respects as medical treatment itself. But I
beg to call tbe personal attention of the members of
this society to the Interior of the Hospital building
and all the buildings thereto belonging. They de
serve to be inspected and will assure everyone, tbal
for cleanliness, ventilation, purity of air, order and
system, our Hospital may well compare with any
other Institution ol a similar character. I deem It a
pleasant duty therefore to commend to you the effi
cient and arduous services rendered to tbe Hospital
by Dr. R. McKibbln, Jr., and Mr. Toel, In tbeir re
spective positions of Physician and Purveyor.
The Hospital building will soon require a roof of
corrugated iron, as tbe patent felt roof which has
never given entire satisfaction, is becoming very de
fective. This will be the only extraordinary expen
Lately arrangements have been made with Hon.
James Scott, V. S. Consul, to receive sick and desti
tute American seamen as inmates of the Queen's
Hospital which arrangement proves mutually satis
factory and accomplishes an object which has re
peatedly been In contemplation and under discussion
since the estsblishment of this institution.
In conclusion I beg lo express the hope that the
Queen'a Hospital ma; still continue to hare large
sbare in ImprnTing tbe aanltary condition of Ibis
people and thus fulfill tbe noble mission which"! he
Illustrious founders of this institution bad In view.
F. A. Schaefer, Secretary.
Eighth f.tknmc. Rkpobt or tbi TaKAScaxa or thk
QUKBN'a Hospital to thb cobfobatiox
Jnaa SO, tsTS:
Ain't of Debt as per but Biennial Report $2,94 SO
Jans 30, 187S:
Paid Salary of ebyticlan Si months 3.000 00
Wages of Pnrreyor. SerranU, Ac - 6,049 98
Pruvirloni, Medicines. Furniture,
Beddlug. Fuel. LlghU, Wxhing,
C.-mas. e 15,718 7
Kepeire aud Improvements ......... SBS 74
Binhoo A Co. for Interest on orer-
dnftn at 9 per nut.. 4IS SS
Balance- Cash oo hand. - -..
Set Increase...... 1X7,000,000
The apparent increase iu the indebtedness of
tho United States nnd the apparent decrease in
the indebtedness of tho Russisn Empire are
due to our having followed on this occasion a
different and, we believe, a more accurate au
thority than in 1873. These ten countries,
therefore, owe in the aggregate upwards of
4,000,000,000, and have added nearly 10 per
cent, to their indebtedness during the last ten
years. No other country in the world owes
anything liko 100,000,000. The ten next
largest debts stand, we believe, about as fol
lows: Brazil, 82,000,00:); Holland, 80,
000,000 ; Egypt, 75,000,000 ; Portugal, 00,
000,000; Mexico, 63,000,000; Australian
Colonics, 46,000,000 ; Peru, 37,000,000 ; Bel
gium, 30,000,000 ; Hungary, 32,000,000 ;
Canada, 30,000,000 ; making a total of 550,
000,000. The 20 largest national debts in the
world amount, therefore, in tho aggregate, to
4,590,000,000. If we add 160,000,000 for
the smaller debts, the national indebtedness of
the world must amount to 4,750,000,000.
It is nearly as difficult to ascertain the
charges which theso debts involve as the
amount of debts themselves. But again taking
in the main the Economist as our guide, we
shall arrive at the following conclusions :
1 r:cic .................. ..
England, - .......
Hpaln fliiif -im.'hiih;
Russia n -.M
I .C,...i.l... . ..............
900,000,000 33,000,000 SH
t .000, OSS
Jans ML 1876:
Lm't from Benrroleot Societies, Corrals,
and Others for Pay Patients 3,383 50
" Contributors f. r Life Member-
abipe 168 00
" Other Contributors M0 OS
" Passenger and Hawaiian Sea
men a Taxes. .... 4, ts
Approptiatlon by tbe LegUla-
tire A-n'-tni'lr "lor au la
tire Aaemblr "for
AoiirooristioD ! .r fmnr re
menu aud Repair" 280 50
Sale of Certificatea Life Mem
bership i 50
Sale of Girt In 10 is
Sals of Oil Barrets. 10 00 30,077 77
Total Paymenta during the tlitesa yean 188.127 20
Am i Balance uasn oa nana
Total ReceJpta daring the sixteen yean
Tbe A seen and Liabilities of the Corpo
ration on tbe 1st of July, 1876, wul be
s bout as follon:
2.4M ?9 108.753 99
The debts of theso twenty countries alono
impose, then, a charge of 188,000,000 a year
on their inhabitants. If we add 1 1,000,000 or
12,000,000 for the unenumernted debts, the
national debts must impose a charge of 200,
000,000 on tho tax-payers of the world, or of
twice the sum which France, the country with
the largest revenue in tho world, is unnually
The rate of interest which these countries
arc severally paying on the nominal amount of
their debt must not, of course, be confouuded
with the rate at which they can now borrow.
Judged by the latest quotations on the Stock
Exchange, some ot these may be given as fol
lows : England, 3 per cent.; India, 4 per
cent. ; Holland, if per cent. ; Canada, 4, per
cent.; Australasia, 4l. per cent.; United
States, 4?4 per cent.; France, 5 per cent.;
Russia, 5 per cent. ; Brazil, 5 per cent. ; Italy,
6 per cent. ; Portugal, 6 per cent. ; Hungary,
TV, per cent. ; Egypt, 8 per cent. ; Tui-key, 10
per cent.; Peru, 10 per ceut. ; Spain, 15 per
cent. ; Mexico, 18 per cent.
In this connection, the following statistics
from an Eastern journal, showing the debts of
twelve American cities, having each a popula
tion of 100,000, will interest the reader:
Baltimore 157.364 $29,000,000
Hnstoo - -2Y.1.407 41,000.000
Brooklyn 300.210 37.500.000
Chicago 29S.777 17.000,000
Ciudunetl 211239 H.OOO.OOO
Lnuissllle 100.76 10,500,1100
Near Orleans 191.418 2i,ooo.noo
New York Stt,M 130.KX1.000
Philadelphia 074.022 61,000 000
San Francisco 200.000 3.700 000
Pt. Louts 3I0.SS4 14.301.000
Washingtca 109,19 25.000,000
The population figures are taken from the
last census report, which do more or lesB in
justice in most cases. The burden which some
of these debts imposo is really frightful. The
City of Washington to-day owes 27 per cent,
on the assessod value of her property, and the
tax valuation was out at about 820,000,000,
more than tbe property would bring in the mar
ket. Philadelphia's debt is a lien of 11 per
cent, on ber taxable property, and New York
owes a mortgage of 12 per cent, on her valuation.
ATTEvriO. HOOKS! -The Jnlr business
meeting of tbe " Protection Hook and Ladder Company
No. 1," will take place on Monday evening next, at 7:30
o'clock, Per Order. It
A SWAM. IOT OF EACH J t ST RECTK1 VE1
from New Zealand B&rrTEU thai California or
Island. These Oats are nearly IKJl'BI.E the weight of
California or Oregon data, therefore cheaper as horse
feci. B&M superior urf Mf
517 Zl rmsL or. LAi.it.
Oar dttes from Sydney try n mail steamer art to
Jbbb . TVs Parliament la that Colosy was la
session, bat w can 8nl bo political bws wort
copying. Xotblnc was known thrra as to t he molt
,r th.. Mall Contract.
Tbe nsar exploring rxpedltloa to Msw (lalnsa,
gotten Bp bj Mr. Maclesy, sailed for Papna about
tb middle ot May, fully q(ppe) for a nTag of
dlseoTery. The CheTirt Is lbs name of tbe fiassl
In which tlx expedition ailed.
Virroaia. Parliament was In session In Iktarolo
ny alao, bul tbt political news la nn Important.
There was soma talk about fBllIng up a rtsal x
prdltloa lo Ni Uulnea, the Victorians bia deter
mined not to he outdone By aay other colony.
The Melbourne exhibition would not open before
Qutasat aso. Oar dstss are to about May 90.
Krcrylhlnf In this colony appear to be trry pros
perous. Among other Ustua of Inttraet, w obaerrs
a large immigration or Chinese. Three ship loads
had krrlirU during May with oeer 00 MNMMsX
Moat of these gu to dig gold, but eumo are engaged
Naw itu.aNo Iii this colony too. Immigrants
an pouring In from England ht the thousand. 1 h 1
I pc re stats that all are engaged at high rale of
wages, aa faat aa they arrlvs.
Tho measles re killing off the manrtrs by sores
The oatlTc believe that there I no cure, and lea re
tbe sick to die wlthoat any effort to beal them.
The Hon. Julius Vogrl ha resigned he Prltnier
ship of that Colony Ho was still In Cnglaud, and
hsd been knighted by tjueen Victoria.
Fijl Sir Arthur Uordun, the now (loxernor, had
arrlred In Sydney, and wa expected to reach FIJI
abont the middle of Jane.
Sir William Htckett, Chief Justice nl Penang, lis
been ordered by the Queen lo proceed to FIJI snd
organise lue judiciary department of those Islanda.
He it said to posses superior qualiOcatlou for tbi
of It (KBIICT SI
N-r. hemes ts. Hon. s. ' imm. was
mrirvme Oxirt- rrrswf f naueral t mam tar msmtwm
sfsreesnla Sterhar.. es.t Srssl .luttnawei tt ml.ntm,
on resettrw and Sims pelTisnw awe) I WSTCXea
W. Oars, owanrkui of the Krsc. ,.r n.rrvt Itrt. a SSWMW.
of Honc-nln. Hah. J, LJJ
rMj ft -i.miiM( nvri ptmt. m4 Mm --w
mar ! mmA iMrfxIrtf him iPftkWM 9lM0'W0'tt
Bl3 I Ha. I tit prrrrlT IwlavmhMt It M !- l
nrr to M mmnt of M h pm iOwm K
Mtt. .l(Thriff Him h1 rtr. fmrm Gwm
t..nlMIItV M axtrh Onarrllaa-.
it m ..i-i..rv.,. itai n MntY trwiwhrfMgf iw,
A . I I T-V ! ! iv'rfnrk A. M. , fc vM J'wMH .
i Ha rrt f fa in !) ( ottf t Mfffw)P )l fftwMaHvMtf WW wMv IftV
jMf ln-rrfcT I tfhpmtmtf4 m Hw Mnv ft !
Intf I ptHH,rv a'l tm'tmsw, knit IMI !
rssl , v i Ken ere fleet aM after. I . W awy
I her have, . the m. sh....M - he grantee! as saay
present evMenee aa h eh. ass eeltteeel M SBe asset pre,
eetlr And lh.t IMS 4ee, la Ike Bnertaft ess It. s afcn
lanarossro. I ..iMe.Ke.t tn tKe B eeftcaa - sM Wseeesslass
fne three sm 1 1 sssve etelt pt e s tasae te MM atate tBsssiw
li.ie.1 el II liaUBs. HI. th
an. r l fete, if
. nMasnp rfMS
use i ien ana ceasr
m ream. r i
J,. It Baaetan. tvp I ler
jm metis k rotstr r tw w mAWtkOMM
rhan.h,4 " hetW Hm. I . t " Teresa . east af sarin ml
i U lie ii Sir sllowanea t aeewWtBSs, saaaaaaaSavsv as4 9Mm daw
1 mi reetllne sr.. I Olltsg tjee assersaMt seaet anresasise sf It W.
Fyfe, A.lmleaMraeee 4. assess .., of Use Bees. W Hee,
let, f H alloa ,i. .l.raaaeS. w herHw he eeka sa Be ass.wssl
eae I, and . resra-e. hlmseir with IS. ass aaaM Ska
same aw be eisaa pewt eppsensl. ess Us a Basal
onlrr near he msste of .lsirteUr. of k i Saial esswssaa.
,ne r-eislftsissis enBiis, eBsl Bft
tn In hla hatnle
.berglng hBn an
It to oeilereri. that afn-tliaT. rhe OS shay ef Sa
II. U74. at ten n'rhsrB A. BI..
i haii.h-ra. U
seme hereby at ;
rsled mv Ihesi ami the
DR. I'. It. Ill Tt llli(5,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office at Mr. STRKHZ'3 store, corner of Fori and Hotel I
Residence, csrnsruf NauaDuaail Kukal stleets.
Office boars, 11 a. fj. M7-3i
49. W. IIKOM V
MOlfTUOMBRY syL .tltK, otsr Smith's Un.lge.
The Public to Know !
THAT THE VXDEBSIUXED HAN THIN
daj received from PuiladelphUa, an elegant aaeort-
Ladies and Childrens Boots, Gai
ters, Slippers, Ankle-ties, &c
Of every description, which wUl he sold at fptSjttkff
renlnceii prleee. The Ladles are Invited to examine
these (loorfs nod Judge fur llininsilna.
Honolulu, Jane 2. IS7J. HMI X. MelXKll.VV.
ppcino-l ae lite BBwe nWt fast Basse-
1 mI llissi ami ihere aijni nr mi ejaeee ssjsbss. af mmf
they have, whr tt" seine si... ul.l re., s.grawae.1 .
nreeenl eeMeacw as Be who are ewustas ae last sea pass,
perty. Ass vBas JJsBj essjee. tn ska In aastness W
pe"t-ssssajkatssj sjsjMsbI Mat In W I ll. Ike eawss. sees,
resssre weeks prevvu as Ike rspae akeeaaW essssjawessj fkr
laaietl et llopsslulu. IL I., lUelSak da, of Jew.. X. O. lesa.
( stsr HaiuEs
A'"v?.' R. sbau Clerk of tbe astriBW Ca-a. er
rnaj ne eiennneti SJi'i ipymTwi. sees -ssasssew saw
o those. -nUUe.1 thereto, aaai ke ke Ilkl
acarr tsBk. iwTn.
hereby aorMesI tkea esjd ihsre I
1 OIK I IT J I leSWK. 14 .
VI . Ju.tk-bsi liaetrtn. Htst
litMKl.t. late of W alius 11. Usui.
II. K. Mornasun. Kxenrsar of the srai ef
late of Wallnku.
his aei-Mints ja swek
ed J1 75. an.1 ekarsee himself wllk f TK a, sjsj
fmni all rirther
It m ordere.1 mat TIHIUtOAT
II A. M.. at the Court House
son Interested are hereby
cause. If any they
Labsnna, Jon Stk. 1S7S.
AaUL Yi OtN t.N.KX
M7 It dr. Judge Zm iesl Dtwc
KKPH .hYLVA of Wiltnl,
On readme and Unrig the peUtkea of UTsa. H.
one of the eskaitnaaarsitnrs of tbe -state .4 turn ae
Stylva, of Wilk BBS,
and place be set for 1
On. creditors uf seel .
It hi ordered ties THl'RSDAT. ArcirwT KSk. 1TV a
10 A. ML. at the coart H o In
the Unie and place f.,r heertng
anna lntereete.1 are hereby notified then and there tn 1
cause. U any they base, why 1
proved by tbe itiarL
Ijhallia, Maul, June utii. 17.
M7 It Car. Jsakje. 3d Jttal BSMItea. R. .
g -nit i i r m it r or
V elal inrcsjlt. Ha
of Kauai. Hawaiian Island
tn Ike mailer t ihe
T EXTLETfim roXDIIF " TRIPPI444 THE raf KIttNZ UKBTLEMVNN. of Koloa.
' will do well to provide theni-
jMlirjl I. OeakW
A Pair of Benkert's Fine Pump Boots.
A Pair of Fine White Kid Gloves,
pr-ersete thereof, elel f..r tke SSNSSHSSSB
PER THE D. C. MURRAY
White Kid and Satin Slippers!
TO BE HAD 1 VI. V
AT THE STORE OF M. M'INERNY.
543 St Curner or Fort and Merchant Stree
appolnUng Unae for probtle of wUi .
1 Ion or nonce or tne same.
A document nun... rung to be tke las vrnt flsnt
of Prn BerUemann 0eesse,l, having ua Is M rf ef
April. A. u. lavs, h
aud e petition for 1
uf letters testamentary lo 1 h
It Is hereby i.r.leri-d. rhal I
f Jtsly. A.D. t7i. at 10 oVhsrh A.M. of sai l bar
1 urt Koon) or ssu.1 curt, at WaUaea. Ik
In the Island of Kauei. be and tbe seme a e
ed the time for proving eafc will an
lion, when and where any person I
and contest tile sulci wul. and the a
It In further ordered, that notice tkejesf be glen by
puhllcalion for three eocceearre wseka, la tke " teaawlte -
and - Kuuaua.
tinted Wahbawa. H. I.. Kith June. laTi.
Ut NCA.t ktrBR-YPB.
S4S It Justice of Clr. Court, uh Jwd. itecs
g'IKI'l IT to I K r. rilIRO .
aV trlct In Hrobete. In
FRIEL fc L.AINE
HAVE Jt sr BECEIVEO
From California Their Regular Supply
CHOICE GROCERIES !
Invite All to Call aud Examine.
oetllkln aJdcoaae ef Wa.
e eesauw of J. W. XeSfces
J4 asSawa"-. I W aaBsVateB1 la SBBBBBBawW
ea hlnaaeU wKk !. aaal
Ullned and avpeove.!. and
f .-lr tauui ..f 'reeee.
the e-rs.ns tttaeasa eafV
PURE MAPLE SYRUP, Dnpee's nam,
Breskfast Bacon, Oregon Ham and Baeon.
Extra O. U. Hoar. Graham flour, Kyo Fluar,
Lard in 8 lb pails, t to 10 Ib tint,
Limbare; Cheese, Edam and Cream do.
'Mlden" Currant and Appls,
Extra Comet Tea,
ALSO A SHAM. LOT OF THAT DEUtiOl'D
TEA THAT EVERT BOOT W V NTS.
Silver OIoss Starch, Queer. Olive by th qt or gl
Hosfords Par Cream of Tartar In balk,
Carboset Soda, Poan Nats, Almonds,
Walnuts. Currants, Baisins, Prunes, Hominy,
MACKEREL AND SALMON BELLIES
Dnret's Sslad Oil. Tomato Katchap,
Pur Uony. Crekr of all Kinds,
TABASCO. Horse Radish, Purs Lime Juice,
Carriage Lantern Candles,
Australian Meat. Soaps, Ox nd Sheep Tongues
Apple and Cranberry Sauce.
"RIEL A LAIN E.
Jnne SOth. 5lfl 2t
of tke Baaaaa -1 i.
W NAIIIK. late of North
teatate. A t Chamhera before Ju
tin reveling and tiling Uie
Meraeburg, admlnlatiaaor of the
late of .North kuhaia. Hawaii.
to he allowed tVM.7. and charge
asks tliut th. same may be
that a nnal order may be i
p-rty remajoliur In hla lu-.
II-1, and .lis, -lurglug hlui and hht sureties frtian eat fkrUerr
It Is ordered tlutt Tknrestaj, , ttkl atwv et kaa
srtiat. IH7.1 at I.rt V M . . h-fore the sebf Jiassirs) a
bnoiOers, lu the Court Ho
Is hereby appointed an the lime a
petition and accounts, aiel that all pelaussj Ink
then and there appear ami ahow cause if nay they have,
why the same should not he gran test, and raav ssrearwt
evidence as In who are entiUcd to the t
And that thin order tn the English
giuor ee he pubtfahe.1 in tbe - Hawaiian tiaaetle " aasd n
otna" newspapers, piinls-d and pubneked In HeseeewBa, tar
three auccewslve weeks previous to tke bill 1 tAsMssas ss
poloted for aa, hearing.
Dated at Kuhats, Hawaii, U. L, tkkt ZUt day of Jae.
A. D. IS7S.
CHARI.EH FHBIIKRI'-K HABT.
5S It Juatlee Ok. Court. M lad. Dsstrtrt.
a-tlKt l lTtnlRT 4T II AfIHCIU.P4l
4. Judicial tlrcnlt Hawaiian Ishunls la rTllaaHa. ta
the matter of tke Cerate of MAX17KI.A iHtMAS .Bafa
kl, late of Kooleu. Kauai, dec-need Inlialata,
On reading and Sling the peUUon ot John Roaaof Plkta
vUIe, Haaalel, that David KauKaha be axntalssl nls.kik
trauir upon the Ksbste of the late Maneule lleawae ( afjawawe
kl of KooUu, Kauai, deeeaae.1 Ink stall. It la oroeeed UaM
TUEHDAY THE ISth DAT Or 1 1 N K 17. St o cksrk
A- at. In the oort Hnoae at tValele, llaralej. he tke Usee
and place set fur hearing see. I application ad ail ihjull
that may be offered thereto.
D. ate BM YDS.
548 Itl Clreolt Judge FonrUJ Jexllckal fwort,
Postponement of Sale of Ileal
vvvirrif v. in hereby wivkj that the
J.-SJ sale or lands re-longing to tbe Ksnate of W H. lis-
At W,I. dt-eeeest. adTertknl to Bake place at Waltwkw
on the 7th day of June uiatanl, at puelponed by order of
the Court untU Satartlay thai 7 Ha slay el August
neat, at the same time and pssra.
JOH.N KOII I MAI SA, ,
Eat. of W. II.
Administrator's Sale of
NEW SALMON. 1875 e x ode hade v
"""ww wBsn in VsT V I Wf W 1 th 77 th day of May, A.D. UTS,, by the ff iianilllle
Harris, Hrst Aaws-uats Justl. e of the i
t buries V.
Court of the Hawaiian fshtnda. uV-enstnc me. John KoM
i.naana. Aummaurafir or the , .tele of WlfLi.lat H
sate or Honolulu, deceased, u. sell at
aocrJnn certain lends belonging to said Estate, I
deralgned wUl sell et public aoctkm.
Per 9IATTIEHACLEAF, from PORTLAND
Extra Superfine Flour,
Lime, Pork, Hams,
Canned Salmon, and
Beef, &c.,&c., &c.
FOR SALE BY
D. IIAt KFE1D etc CO.
Mr bbotiier-is.i, iw, max. f. kart,
will set for me daring my absence from this king-
EDEN HOUSE SCHOOL,
For Girls Only.
Am't of Appropriation to be drawn......
Paaseoger and Hawaiian Seasoeu's taaea
to be drawa
Am't Due from Pay Patients -
Balance Cask on hand ......
Bill for Medicines dae In London
Current Expenses for Jan -
, ti.-l H
At required by the first Article of the Queen's Hos
pital, the Treasurer makes the foregoing report,
showing tbe sources aad amount of receipts, aud tbe
character and amount of tbe expenditure, during
tbe two j ears ending on this date; snd also tbe to
tal receipts and disbursements, from tbe eaUblUb
ment of tbe institution lo the prescat date.
Respectfully submitted by
p.pro. Chas. K. Bishop.
JOHH H. P ATT.
Honolulu, Jan 30, 18 JL
FT1HE SCHOOL WILL BE-OPEV OX AfOX-
JL DAY, the 9th of August.
For tbe term of 10 week for girls aver fourteen.
Including French and Drawing - IS 00
For girl las Bar fourteen, including French and
Drawing, 11 08
For tbe plain English Course, SB
Latin and French Tangbt, If ralrett.
Music at the Usual Rates.
25,000 China Bricks.
ST71 IVB1 allE. WILL LAY A BO IT HO PES
Wa cent more than California brick, received per bark
Kvlk, and for aaas by
May 31, 1?7 ..
KIsUn t o.
Oregon Leaf Lard.
1 1 LB. CASES. RECEIVES per FALKIX
Ltf burg.' Fbraal by
afay tl. U7L BOLLES 4t 00.
nonolulo. May t, 117V
MBS. CHE. ECK4BT.
Furnished Dwelling for Rent.
fllHE DHIIIIM, HOCSE WITH FI'RXI.
JL tore of th anderstgned at Walklkl-waena, for ten
or twelve months, on sccount of absence. Terms favora
ble lo a careful tenant.
Aliiolani House Jan 14th. 173. its St
On Saturday, the 7th day of August, 1875,
At 12 Ifosa.
AT MOKHM A.V.H fflfjRE,
In tbe town of Waaluka. atasa. all th ligha. title aad In
tel eat of the add William If. Jtaauwat, III laaa I. tn nasi
ILI OF LAND KNOWN AS PAPOHAKU!
rwilIE Biennial Heetlass af I he We tn ben of
jm. we t. saassi r niwri aasa. nteclKTV wul be hekiax
AIDolanl llooae. on Batarday. July Id. 171, at II A. aL
aaaT A large aUeiadance la requested. Per Order.
441 P. A. 8C0AEFEB, Sec'r.
Estate of Walker Allen.
A FIRST AXD FIXAI. DITIDEXD
JA aviauiau cialsna asralnet fas smwat of
-- tw. as use una e 01 saw iiniaji agneii on and
after Uxa date. w. p. aDajoi,
. Aawhrna Estate Walker A Allen.
Honolulu, Jon 14th, 1S7A m Zm
ALL PEBSOXS HATIX44 CXAIWS As Bll Bl
the Estate of the late ALLA74 W. JUDD. wBt nlreaa
araaaittaaai ajtaasat ileHy to either of the onslenagaad
GHAAV B. JUDD,
. rBAXClS JI DU
sassaaaasa, aaBaa as, I a , a.
Four paresis of band 1st, 1 chains aad 4 I
Id. 1 acre and I square chain : 3d. IHatre ; Ilk, 14 I
s ciuuii sou luu nstnoma square.
And llkewsse, la and to certain landa altuausl In Daasala,
"auusa, aiaui. aioresasn, u, wil : 14 mm, aatouows:
I acre. It l
I rood, II l
acres, 1 rood, 41 rod.
1 roods, M rod.
1 acre, I rood, n rod.
2 roods, 4 roata.
I rood, as rod.
J r.,.ls, 17 rvls.
1 acre, i rood, it rods.
And also a portion of band situate at Falsi. Want, Ot tat
tot containing i 2-ln .cres, and Use 2d tot, 14 l-J eerssa.
Alao all the Hlght, Title and interest of th tatavsaaad kl
sad to all pieces sod parcel of bead 'leacrfawd in Royal
Patent -'.-J. being tbe lota of land convered to lava awawsasad
aad oeo. K. Kasnwal. Sis hrotasrr by the assure ag ffatol
puleh.,, by certain lee. l record in Uber tl, pssrs tU
aad tit. The Brat tot of which nklkil I ISM acri
situate In llaJanle, ta Vt'alluko, aforesaid : la sacsssd tot,
1 M ioo acres. In Pnako. WaBnkn. afonaalil : aad th tksrd
1-10 of an acre.
Aad Ukwa, all the Bight, Title aad lab
oy tne ueceasen rmm a. l ene ana Haarol. an wtfs, hi
to the band deacrwed la f .a I niiniii aetata Award ta
cnuuniug U-loo of en acre, to the Iowa uf Wasaafca, a
And also, all Mm fates HfaUtl mi tittj
Hale MaavU deatrrlhed ta Land " tin Award So.
23VU,and mntaUnlng t a-lMacrea In favor of Z. XaaawaL
And likewise a tract at - altaaets I .a vsvs.1.
Kola, Haul, described
Award Xxtt. crntainlag II, acres.
IS farther .leecrloOon of tha lei
pucauon at the Clerk's Ofae of Use aapiiui , coart until
Mat a may. the nth day of June. is7J. aad aJtrrwarom,
atMR. MOBMM AS h frroBX, st IshH and at deeUOV-Ert.-luR'M
OFFICII In Lahaina, It is
subtect to Use approval of Us CMttrt, at ta CasBTt
JOB74 KOII CXAUIIA.