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rvoxEs op niK week.
"JThcre wIH-la,.meeUnyrtpf the Young
Men's Christian Ac&ocUtlon at the Lycra ra, to
morrow (Thursday) e Train p.
KcssfxK Cokscl. By notice In the officii, col -nmn
It will be observed that J.W, Fflager Ej
Us resumed the duties of the BnuUn Ylce-Coutul-ate
for this port.
Earthquake. ths Excellency Mr. Pierce Informs'
as. tbat on TLnrsdaj- morniug before H;ht, he felt
Terf sensibly an earthquake shock. Did any one
clie notice It!
Stock Operations. A quantity of the stock of
the new ttid flonrithlnff Kealla Sonar Company
wut suddenly thrown Into the market the other
dir. It wis all taken by the but chert at par. It
was live stock.
aim of th Moon for the Month of May. 1877.
jyrprta vj vupt .'-
Li Last Qrtr -
. 0 7.5 x M
i. x li.2 r m
-& sa.8 Fii
It, First guartrTjt.C.i -
i F-3 Moon,,
TIME KOX lUbfXO AND SETTING.
t saa lU--.5 !I0i m Sod Seta 21.0 r u
& boo Hiea & A M oua twu i r m
t, MB lU- i S:a K. SU 0 25.2 r M
CiWn lUw & 23- M bun beta 6 29. T M
h Hon lUaea 2U2 a m aiin enaM-o r
(t too Ule S :U am.. ..Sun KU....6 !U 1 M
itOXOLCLC. MAT It, lZZ.
at D. C Horn f arrired on tua 11 Ih from lo FrancU-
TUUUo,lerealiclaDdeiaprtoriiercari:o. b will
I mlth daaaauii for U above port, and aall arljr nut
JlMin. C Brewer Ctw. A cent.
n-k Tktor arrired m tbe 13th. froni Paget Sound, briof.
t tb tiaaal wMOrtmeot of Ker VTnt Umber. couUgued to
. II. HackfeU aCd. Sbf return lo ballaaU
t?frl Laleta bar anid from Iwute porta, durlog; tbe
Lt week, and left fur tb A relic TUm onljr two Dot yet In
i tit !acinc (reported at Illlo,) and tb Luropa. TLa
I tdtitpting wbaWt, rrpurted op to thlt date. Is Sneeu.
Imoag tbe good TOTacet made are tboaeof the Tltu Pope,
U 2 tiarreli vperm oil, and the l'inc. at 11 Ho, wub 180
i. 430 wliAle sad aoote SHJO Cm boo.
i.rn J. A. Talk initial it nailed un the 1 2th for Port-
pid with a lull cargo of alaad produce, coutUting chleflj vi
c Cortoca leaee la a dar or two for IIouC tone, and
am thitber a light freight with mam WwK) paMengcra.
Pictures or their Majesties. In the window
of the Bookstore tberc are on exhibition photograph
ic picture of the Ktag and Queen, both ret In
one frame, and surrounded with a very tasty border
In card-board cut In fancy declcns.
CoEHECnoN. Id the letter of lion. S. N.- Castle
published by ns last week. Instead of "one fourth
acre of tbe second rat toons of this patch Just
ground gave 3 tons of sugar," read, one and one
fourth acre of the second rat toons, etc This conn
try yields quite enough sugar to tbe acre under
favorable conditions, to prevent any necesaltj for
a resort to exaggeration. The error was with the
RcroUM School. Tbe Board of Education has
commenced the erection of a Urge and com m odi
ous building on tbe premises of the Reform School,
to be used as a school bouse, dining hill, boys dor
nHtor, etc. Tbe bouse Is two story and is TZ feet
lo length by 35 feet In width, and Is sltusted be
tween the old Bcbool buildings, and tbe house ol tbe
principal, fronting to tberaouth, Tbls Improve
ment has long been needed.
Kino Street Extension. M on b. de La Nux has
within a few days surveyed a route for a new road
runninc from the pieaent terminus of King street
beyond Maklkl, In a nearly direct Hoe to the north
corner of Kaplolanl Park, and according to his esti
mates a road sufQciently broad for present needs,
can be constructed by a gang of sixty men within
twenty days, at an outly of about $500.00. It
would be a great public convenience If this work
could be completed previous to the 11th of June.
Diplomatic Call. Ills Excellency II. A. Pelrce,
United States Minister Resident, Major J. B. W ode
bouse, lliitlfch Cummlesioner and Coueul General,
nd Monsieur Theo. Ballleu, French Consul and
Commissioner, made an official call on Her
Koyal lllghnesi Mrs. Lydla Kamakaeha Oomlnls,
Heir Apparent, on Saturday morning last, when
they availed themselves of the opportunity to tend
er their congratulations on her recent appointment.
His Excellency Joho O. Domlnls, and several ladies
of the Court were In attendance on the occasion.
lOatT OI- IIOXU.IJI.U.
kj S Scbr Falrj Qoeeo. I'e&l, from IlaoaleL
Hrtmr ivUKtiee. Maixuaai, .row iuuaiu iutm.
Am HDC Murray , f uller, to aJ irom wx rau-
Ci-cu, tU llflo.
Hriir UarMko. Chriatian. from N'awitlailL
SchrlXAaokai, Kalaa, frua awililtL
bchr rriitce. Uec., frwtu tCoua aal Ku.
Am D h Mflura. Stif er. from 'w Bedlord.
23 Am taut Victor. Livery, 24 Uya from lort Gamble
ettar KlUuea. Karckuit, frven NaaihwilL
ttchr L'ilam. Paatjiaa, froat KwhaU mud llauakua.
chr Eatuaile Cluury, from KaUmt. aud Wabuea.
laj J Schr Nettie Uerr.lL Crne.tor Lahalaa.
ecur it-anna, rt iiuur, .or a kuqiui
hchr PueokabL Clrte, Uc MuL
HDMS FntaMue, Jom Mquj, fjr MaoU
X0-chr PanabL, lltipu, for llflo. ,
Am httue PuooTery, shepherd, for San Frauctaco.
11 blwr KUauwa, UrcbAtit, for NawUiwilL
Vrhr KrtBuluohi. Klaio. for llaualct
12 .scb r MariiMi. Cbnftiao. for Koloa and Waluea,
Fairy Qweeu, Fenl. lor ivuiiaia.
vbr MannoAUwal. KkluA, fr NawiUwIU.
' J4lir Klaau. Ahaibala, for Ilaaaiel
I Mmr Ktliuea. Aiarcitaoi, lor luawsru
I IS Tchr Pnaee. fleck, for Koaa aud ICau.
Am LKtae J A laiKinimrg, uuuuan, lor runuuu.
n wh u Milton, MiTrt, lor cruiaa.
vi;i ;-.. i. four.
Ooa. ir Ahmiarh. 41r4.rc1ng
' . t, s Jif. J-ifn. aiacharxiag
Mere SeUe KaUrta, Oraf . duchargiaE
iatae VlctAT. Uw), dlecharxtipc.
itt D C Marrajr, FaUcr, duatargiaci
-A JLA Manama,
C Krainctar, Cilcord, repairlug.
Kzrvtt or Sums ic WAFiimnoi u,CIIamill.
i.rtialkd from New Bedford Pee 14th, !S76i33da,i
ItbtC4aatir,croMedltlakaic2dO w 31 d)toUt W
Ktl auabuc: za aira muiw rsjuin raciuci eipenencea
r aaaal westher off Cape Horn, with an uuuual qaatuhy of
la: laocaed at Joan teraDdn. taeoee tL. iraon io tat w
crewed the Eqoalor In ibe raofle April 13lh, iheooe cabna
i luai aire tuna ue soin, la tai o nvMi in
nLn.tCiradea: elrhied Maul Ma? 8th. Took 200bbli
Ea and 1500 1U bone on tbe paatage. 8poke the folloatajc
be)i Nar26U.Utalo 30" tf.lot eS V. b.rk Padae,
iuk TO bbbi o. iam and 3 rifbt bAlnt Ul 37 e.loox 77
I , dai t. ittomat ivpe, wiin vo bu m per in, ana ucr dup
Uatftema tedlj pru&x; oc Juan l-eroaooex. Data napoieou
I net rrpored. fiiJpe are doing well on Chile.
I Ketoit cr AmiDC Hcaaav, A Fcixta, UasTEa
ift Saa Franciaeo AprQ l&ih, at 0 p m. In tow of ia Joe
ul: nrt 3 darsoat tronr Lreexefrom IS and W. which
trrwardt hauled la N and E. and continued ao tbe baUnee
paaage; arritrd at lIOo91ajr3rdt diacharfod aboot liu too.
iSre. and toot In 170 UiU perm al Irom but racmc, vapt
ra. Ijch iiiuoo neanewuyi&e via, la uw oi auar
t, and arrived at Uooololu on tbe 11th.
CcKiiror Am vi an Wiltok, fivtTEto, SlAtraa. BaH-
from Htw Bedford fe 28th, 1876, for Uooolula and tbe
Lmlc; aecaod day out had heaey and NK cslea. and Teered
miMttew ud w.and bkived wtut great TWence lor !
laya, had a3 the boatt ttoee on tbe cranes. Jan ltt, runnitig
4cr lowwaoDeaila aod loreaU. abipped a arar eea carrT-
t a wit a ur board boat and dartt. and with her the carren-
r .Norman j Keur. ata wasiMi. raised tnrouiTi inesuaiu
t Le Maire Vlar Uh. arvl br Cie llura on the 7ih. Had itcht
riads from the Cape to Joan Icrnandex C'roaaed tbe Eo.ua-
or Apru 14. i'imn uaa-aii on tot morung oi atay iwni
ree-to off Dlmond Head at midnight
Too WiftDw.ao Posts fer KiUuea, Mar 11 His Et A
I llartwett. L W Tb art too. Capt Worth. 11 M Vhitoev. I'f
Dlier, Caaa Baker, E P Adams nd wife. Mist Peatoly. Geo
uer, ti uarnwcu, t u Aiexanaer, r uuu, ii ruaroy.j
ArmiUft, Rer J Bridger, 1) U BaVlaio, Eoll. Krohom
I M oeca.
raoa fax Faaansco Per I) C Vurraj.May 11 Ceo n
rar&e and wife. Kra DrAli &ou)e and tlauxhler, J 31 Flood. J
it C H toon, C U Wallace, wife and 4 children, G 31 Luke and
Foa NaWiLiwru Per KHaaea, May 11 TI LSheidM
a Irwin, J F Brawa. J II Black. Geo w Martariaae, yr J fc.
l, Capt BeynoUa, u w u King ana 3d dectu
I Fbom N'kwiuwtu Per KlUnea, May 13-Capt Makee, n
L HicUoa, J It Elaea, Cspc ReyaoUs, u w jiaciariane, u
irwia, u m tt Mac i tuce, J vuiaaa, uapc itoaa, j
w jr, W 11 Armitage, NatbanUl, and about u decK.
FoaWrsDWAU Pobti Per Knauea,May 14 CaptUakee.
Vr Tremble, Mr Arnold. U CorawtB. WT McLean, DD
l.MwIu,Xlsf Harbort, Mrs C B Aadrewa. Miss Aadrews,
W Godal4, JVC Wilaon, Mr Klag. Q U Logao, G U Wyne
kai wil. Capt Beynolds, J L Flood. W II naUtead. Mrs
roca,Mraurowaingburg, ami; jksmd. aim iwria,
a r uarcy.uso Juuer. airau r AUtuis, ana ic9cm.
From Port GunbU. ier Am barkeatlne Victor. Mar 43th
icrt irfi iimivr, SdUil R rocgu ituuDer, iau J.
Otisglw, is 3a lata a.
Wailccu, May 10th, 1 873
TO TBE EPXTOK Or THE IUWAIIAJf GAZETTE:
Eta t Tlitre occurred In tbe harbor of Kabul al this
sorntDg a tidal ware or rather a ineeession of thsm
Ir. E. Bailey wu oat U a eanoa with soma natives
htc, and ths fint he notiesd was that the net
Eulle4 heavier and then the canoe grounded where
here Is usually 4 or A fathoms of water. This was
.boat quarter, to re, and thsy ran ashore leaving
eano and all. Ths satire bottom of ths harbor was
1 hare and ths seow whioh li aushorsd to the Ka
loi'i buoy was aground. A good view was had
of ths basin of the harbor and the entrance through
tbe reef. The sea thin poured In through the open-
Kag list a rirer and naireled the harbor.
It Is described by those witaetiiog tt to hare been
I magnificent light. Mr. Bailey says the saa first
receded then returned very high and fast. The see
load ware was not quite so high, aud the third 1 is
still bat tha fourth was almost as high as the first.
The sea ran Inland elear to the pond of Eanaha
keeping ths lumber belonging to Mr. Bailey along
j with iL. Then returning U carried a large part to
a, some of which has as ret failed to return, and
f the balance lies scattered along the beach almost to
aiaea. rue storehouse at Kahulat was noouea oat
fortunauly but litUe sarar was moiled. The lea
still rises and falls much more than. usual 12 M., hut
trine agtUUon Is subsiding.
I Vay is this thus t There were bat few fish thrown
iaiHore bat they were thankfully received.
lours Truly Iaabclux.
TiDE-GCAOE. Tbe United States Govemracnt
has recently sent out a tldc-guage to be used In tbls
harbor lor registering the-rise and fall of the tides.
It has been set up In a structure erected for the
purpose near tbe outer end of the long wharf at the
extremity ol tbe Xj plana de. The apparatus Is run
by clock-work, and the action of ibe tide la reels -tercd
on an endless strip of paper, recording accu
rately the height of water at every hour of the day.
It Is a matter of regret that tbe guage bad Dot been
put In operation a few days earlier, so that lt could
have registered the tidal disturbances of Thursday
last. Tbe apparatus Is under tbe charge of the
Chief of the Government Surrey. We anticipate
valuable scientific results from Its record.
Tbe Mango Season. Tbe melancholy daya have
again returned the saddest of the year when the
mango trees, whose name Is legion, of this city.
arc loaded down with their yellow and green fruit,
and when numberless old women avail themselves
of the opportunity to spread their languid forma on
the sidewalk, on the shady side of the street, aud
doze away tbe livelong day by the aide of the piles of
tbe unctuous fruit, a Ho spread out on tbe sidewalk,
and for sale at the Mtl tortjj fiyfor a kenl
on lace and hands and clotliirif bt an absorption
of these apples ol thCv-Hesperldea has juat been
TroiL-DiaTnnBANCS.-fnivdar last- abont
twenty minutes past five o'clock In the morning, a
number of Individuals on tbe wharves noticed that
the tide was running out with great rapidity, and
by accurate measurement, nude by Pilot Babcock,
It was ascertslned that it fell Si locoes In fire
minutes. At six o'clock there was a tctcrn tide,
when the sea rose 34 lucLes In ten minutes. A
similar Influx and reflux of the tide continued all
through the day and night, gradually diminishing
In volume. Tbe greatest difference observed be
tween high and low water In the harbor during tbe
forenoon was' 53 Inches. There Is no doubt but
that this disturbance In the billowy main Indicates
soaae terrible convulsion of Nature thousands of
miles away, probably on the coi&t of North or
South America, Theiidal oscillation was observed
on the Islands ol Kami, Maul, and Hawaii, as well
as on the shores ol this Island. At Kahnlul, on ibe
north side of Maul, tbe subsidence drained the 1
harbor, leaving the usual anchorage of coasters.
which Is In three fathoms of water, perfectly bare. ;
Tbe scow of the schooner ilol, which was lying at
anchor In the bay, was lcll high aod dry at an
angle of forty-fire degrees on tbe side of a sub
marine sand hill. When the sea returned It rose
four or five feet above the usual high-water mark.
just covering the floor of the store-house, and
slightly damaging the sugar therein stored. A
letter which nc publish lu this Issue from a Maul
correspondent, furnishes a graphic account of the
appearance of the bay acd of the results of the
wave. Nothing has been beard yet from Hllo, but
as all previous tidal disturbances have been more
marked there than in other localities ol the croup,
excepting perhaps Kahnlul, we have reason to an
ticipate newa from that bay of an Interesting
nature. At Kawalhae, on the west side of Hawaii,
tbe difference between the rise and fall of the sea
was about fire feet, or abont the same as here.
It may be of Interest to note In this connection
former tidal phenomena which have been recorded
Id this country. A tidal wave Is said to have oc
curred In the year 1819, a short time before the death
of Kamehameba L, w hlch calamity It was supposed
to prognosticate. In 1837, on the evening of the
7th of November, the sea retired from the harbor
with such rapidity as to grcaily alarm the foreign
ers who fcarod that Its reaction would overwhelm
the town, like the great wave wblch destroyed the
city or CU to In 174ft. Tbe fall on this occasion
was eight feet. Al Hllo aud Kahnlul, after the
first recession, there came a gigantic ware which
dashed upon the shore with a roar like thunder,
Involving "houses, canoes, fish-ponds, animals,
in short, property of all Mods In one common
ruin.' In both places a number of natives
were killed. "May 17th, 1841, the same scene,
though on ft much less violent scale, and at
tended by no loss or life, occurred." Tbe fall at
that time lo this harbor was three feet. The last
phenomenon of this kind occurred In 1SGS, on the
IStb and 14th of August, when tbe difference be
tween the highest aud lowest tide was fire feet and
four inches. This event, it will be remembered,
was almost simultaneous with tbe nnparallelled
earthquakes which occurred In Pern and Ecuador
on the same day of the month, when some 30,000
lives were lost, aod three hundred millions of proper
ty, and twelve cities and towns were destroyed. Ar
qulpamnd Aries, cities of 35,000 and25,000 Inhabit
ants were totally deatro red, not a vestige, of them be
ing left. The followlngls what theft CAdtrriistrot
October 3rd saya of the event : The great earth
quake wa.ve occurred at 5 o'clock on the ISth of
August, corresponding with about 13 o'clock noon
at Jlonoluln. The distance between Aricm and
Honolulu Is abont 6,600 miles, and as the first
movement of the sea lo suddenly receding was ob
served here at 13 o'clock mld&lcht. It took the
oscillation twelve hours to travel tbe distance, or
at tbe rate ol a little over 446 miles an hour." Aa
in 1SCS, the tidal phenomena of last week were ac
companied by volcanic activity al Ktlauea, confirm
ing the theory of ft connection between the sub
terranean fires of Hftwall and those of other paxta
of the world.
t3T On our fourth page will be found an Inter
esting decision of -tbe Supreme Couat, .and also,
some of Dr. Scott's Ideas In regard to the Hawaiian
t5T Attention Is called to tbe new advertise
ment of the Great Eastern Auction Hdose, and alto
to the largo 'bale by Mr. Bartow, of burlaps and
horse-blankets slightly damsged by salt water,
which takes plsce tbls day.
iy- Wo know of no vessel due from San Fran
cisco previous to the 31st of this month, on which
dsy tbe E. M. steamer Zealand la may be expected
with tbe mails to the 22d Inst. Should I here how
ever be a vessel on her "way to tbli port at tbe pres
ent time, the strong trade winds now blowing Mil
bring her down In ten or twelve days
ACCIDENT. Our fellow towneraau Mr. C. E. Wil
liams met with a severe accident last wet-k, wblle
riding on horseback In Koolau. UI bone shjlng
suddenly, threw him to the ground breaking his
collar-bone and dislocating his arm. Dr.- McGrew
was called to attend him and the patient Is' cow do
ing at well as ciuld be expected.
X3T We desire to call attention to the new ad
vertisement In to-day's Issue of the Cunard line. It
Is nearly forty years since It was established and It
Is a remarkable lact that tbe line has never lost a
ship or met 1th any serious disaster. These facts
speak volumes for Its management, and have earned
for It tbe distinction of being the most popular
line on the Atlantic with tbe traveling public
Large Bale or Cattle. We learn that Mr.
Charles Xoltey ofUsmikua, II a wall, has disposed
of hi herd of cattle, numbering about three thou
sand head, to Captain Eldarl's of Puna, on the same
Island, for tbe sum of $20,000. Mr. Noltey Is to de
liver the cattle on CaptaluEldarts ranch, which will
obi lire bltn lu drive thcra from the northern slopes
of Mauna Kea, wbero they arc now rutin lug, for a
dlstaucv of some ninety miles.
Tas Wbatuek. Tbe weather has of late1 been
In a very anomalous state. If any old resident could
be suddenly vaUed from tbe dead, he would without
hesitation declare that It was the month of Febru
ary, Instead of being tbe middle of May. For the
past few weeks high winds, and heavy showers have
been the rule, and the country Is now greener than
It was In the midst of what Is "Usually our rainy
season. If this style of weather will continue
through the summer, there will be hope thatlhe
country may yet be saved.
The Drama. The opening of the series of enter
talnments by MIssRena and Mr. Maedcr,'at the
Koyal Hawaiian Theater, ou Thursday evening last,
waa a decided success. The play of "Sweethearts"
Is a very pretty thing,- and was well acted. The
stage -was converted for the time Into a veritable
garden, being covered with pslms aud other shrub
bery, making a tout etttanU of great beauty aud
reality. In the Irish Girl of To-day" Mls Rena
distinguished herself by tbf vividness of her repre
sentation of an Irish coqnette. The comedietta
of "Little Toddlehlna" was a great hit, and so con
vulsed the audience at frequent Intervals wiih
laughter as to almost Interfere wiih tho play. The
apiieitrance of Mr. Derby In the character ol unjold
mafd aged 48 years, but who Imagined herself only
"sweet sixteen," was too fuliny for anythlog ,Oh
Saturday eenlng the second entertainment of tbe
grson was gircn to a good bouse. Tomorrow
evening "Little Toddlckins" will be repeated by
special request, aud My Uncle's Will," which Is
highly spoken of, willbeglven for the first time.
Season tickets with reserved seats can be procured
at Mr. McWayne's for nine dollars.
Kapiolaki Park. In a recent drive over tbe
extensive avennes and roads of the new sea side park
at Waikikt, we were agreeably Impressed wiih tbe
energy with which the work' of laying out the
grounds has been pushed forward. From the park
gate a broad straight avenue runs nearly the whole
length of the park, parallel with the sea-beach.
The mile race-track la nearly In the ccuter of the
pflrk. It is sixty feet In width, and Is In a forward
state of preparation. In places It la somewhat toft
on the surface, but a thorough welting down once
or twice and a little more rolling will make It a
most admirable race course. Tbe whole extent of
tbe park has been laid out under the Immediate su
pervision of the rrcaidenLjf h 'oclatlon
Captain MaJijTjwTndlng roada and drives, and
New Coffee Saloon
MIT. EE LEE BEGHTO ANNOUNCE TO 1TW
fnrmrr tatranL and to the public eperallr. that he
shall open n SATURDAY SKXT, May Mtaa
Coffee Saloon and Bestaurant,
On the corner of Berrtania and Hmith E tree la, opposite to
the Keomefcapill Church, where Temperance Drinks and
Warm Meats will be served at all hours of the tlay and
night. In the most rccAenAe style, and of a quality to silt
the moot fitsttdloua. CofTee and Tea, with the customary
ooncomtnltanu. Ten Cents. Breakfast, utotier, or
Supper, consisting of Steak. Chops or llaah. with tbe Vege
taMea of 'the arawn. Fifteen Cents.' ftflr Back Door
open on handaya. Ml it
ROYAL HAWAIIAN THEATBB.
OR THURSDU EVENING, IATO, 1877,
THIRD TERFORM ASCE BY
Mr. FRED. C. MAEDER.
Another Fashionable and Elegant Bill!
By Uptdal Ileqntat WBI bt repeated
Or, IS Yrars Older thnn Hfr Fa.tb.t-.
For positively tbe laic time.
To conclude with a charming Comedietta. Vi played by
MaOce llobertaou and sir, Keudau, at the llorai t
llayniarket Tneatre, London, entitled,
TSTy Uncle's Will. .
Florence SfJtrlroM KENA
Cbas. Ctubmore.K.G.Maeder Mr. Barker
tkne Drawing Room at Brighton. Tune The Present
The next performance win be SATURDAY, May 19th,
when will be given
Sweethearts, and Harried for Money,
nyUnt author of IJttleToddleklns.
In rehearsal TennvMm'a Idrl DORAr and WKsMncton
Irvine's RIP VAX WINKLB.
Season TVk eta fur Reserved Seata, for acoureeof 10
Performances, tx-gtrmiiia: from this date, can be obtained
for i.00, by Immediate application at A. UcWayne's Drug
Books Lately Received.
HASWKI.17S ENGINEER'S POCKET BOOK
Wrinkles and Receipts,
How to Write Letters,
Young Folks' Centennial Rhysaes,
UtUe Women, 2 volumes,
Roslne, a story of the Red Revolution,
The sun Maid, a Romance,
Anne Warwick, a Novel,
Hongs for the Uttle Ones at Home,
Tom bAwyer, or Mark Twain's Autobiography,
For Bala by ! 2m H. M.. WHITNEY.
ELEVENTH of JUNE
It has pleased bts Majesty the King to slgntfr his Intention
on this occasion to formetly open the cronudi aa a
place of public resort, and to confer the title of KA
1'IOLAXI PARK," In honor of Her Mafeurr the Queen.
TheGovernment Rand will be In attendance, and a
Salute will be fired by the Artillery.
and girl one meets Is -either unncn,prl4anted now. is time, to make H a most lovely spot,
frail, or KI. VOtuSf-l The T ' ft.0' SSS
lV Ibe algerobas, appear to be vigorous and lu-althj
Wc would surest thai It would be nell to clve es
pecial attention to the planting of cocoanuts, man
grove and other trees which llii Ire on sandy soil
aud near Ibe ball water, many varieties of which can
be procured at a little expense from the groups lo
the south west. A good beginning has been made
In this work, wblch we rvgard a national In Its
character, and If It be proeecuted villi tbe same
energy w.li'ch lias been displayed thus far, there la
no doubt but that lo a very few years the park w 111
become a place of public resort of which the country
may well be proud.
YJulreral Terrwruiu Orbla Archltcctonli' Sunt
sal sd Glorlam.
Frnm Ibe Orientof KamcAamtha Lodge of Itrjection
So. 1, In the City of Honolulu, Kingdom Ha
waii, under the celestial of that ten lib, which an
swers nnto21" IS' north latitude.
It having pleased the Supreme Grand Master and
Great Architect of the Universe, in the decrees of
his Inscrutable wlMlom to summon from an cart til y
to the Celestial Lodge Ibe spirit of our beloved
Brother WiluaM I'itt Lelciohoku, one whose
youth, devotion to tueobUmc principles of Free
masonry and marked abilities gave rare promise of
a careei of future usefulness lo his count ly, therefore,
Hrjolvtd, That while In tbe decease of our lamen
ted lirotherthls Loditc Las sustained an Irreparable
loss, we low wttb reverence aud submission to the
will ot God.
Jietatctd That we tender our most sincere ind
respectful condolences to onr exalted Brother Kala
kaca, to the"RoyaI Sisters of the deceased Prince,
and to Her Highness bis adopted mother. In their
bad bereavement, and we earnestly pray and confi
dently believe, that God hlmselfwlll give them thc
oil ot joy for mourning, and a garment of praise lor
the spirit of heaviness.
t TH. OrTEROELT.
Co mm Utcc. -j 11. L. Sheldon.
( C. S. Baktow.
Hokolblu, April 24, 1S77.
Sire, and Brother Sir Kmodt.-Wc find It
written In the' Great Light of Masonry' that 'Mt
Is appointed for all men once to die,1 aud the
great leveller Death knocks at the door or a
1'rlucc's Palace, as well aa at the collage of tbo
peasant, and although we have tbe consolation of
religion to console us In tbe hour of trial, still wbc'n
the summons comes for mic In the pride of his
manhood, aud with' every prospect ot a long and
prosperous career before him, and eventually to a
seat on the Throne which yon now so' worthily
fill, the blow falls with crushing force; aud we,
the members ot Honolulu Commaudery No. lot
Kn lie tits' Templar, feel that the Masonic chain
which bound us together has been severed, ere yet
the link which bound your Itojal Brother lo us
had become dimmed lu Us Masonic lustre, and
that that link will only be re-united wheu wc as
semble before tbe Supreme Grand Commander.
But. to yon. Sire, your Sisters, bis Mother by
adoption, and your Brothers-in-law, we tender you
on behair of our Commandery that sympathy which
Sir Knights should bear to each other In their afflic
tions. We are. Sire,
Fraternally and respectfully,
D. K. Fire, .
WM. O. IRWIS, I
I. B. Petkrsom, f
II nil of IIwain Lodge, New SI, F. at, A. M.
IIonolclc, May Sib, 1S77.
Sire; It was with the deepest feelings of grief
that tbe Members of Hawallau Lodge No. 21, learn
ed of the death of tbelr brother W. P. Lclelohokn
on tbe 10th of April last.
The Lodge desires to express to your Majesty,
and to the Royal Family, their sympathy wilb you
all, in this your great bereavement, and to assure
you, that they feet very severely the losa of their
brother, who bad In his short Masonic Intercourse
with the Lodge, made himself respected and loved.
Sire, In timet of great grief and trouble, human
sympathy and condolence avails but little to soften
tbe blow, but the little the Lodge can offer you and
your family of aympathy, they do Tully and feel
ingly. Aa a brother Mason yon know lull well, the
brotherly feeling one Mason should have for anoth
er; we can assure you that his Lodge, had the full
Masonic feeling for your brother, they feel, that lu
bis early death, not only bts family, but the
whole nation have met with a great Iota.
With the renewed expression of the Lodge's sym
pathy, and condolence to your Majesty and tbe
We hare the honor to be.
Tour Ms lest .'s
Most Obedient Servants,
W. F. Allen, PvMv
CfiAS. T. Gcucx.
To His Majesty,
A CABD Mr. F. A. Anderson. f Srai
of Messrs. 8. BOFFNUXQ A CO of Bydney, Australia,
b prepared to receive Indents for all classes of Engthb,
Continental and American 'Merchandise, and having agen
cies la these respective placet, an prepared to execute
neb upon particularly favorable terms.
Present address, Hawaiian tlotel, Honolnlo. Ml St
I the v?rrKRi3iEi. Brni rkkli
at KOLANI. of tlonoluin. uahu. hereby rives public to-
tici that I have duly constituted and appointed SIMON
hOLOA KAAI, of Kailna, North Kona, Hawaii, to be my
Aeenlfbrthemanacement of my property In this King
dom, both rd ami personal. And I do hereby enjoin
upon my xooohlkU and tenants and persons holding leases
of my hods, to recognize his authority as my saM Agent.
All persona navmg claims aron. iuu man prrufgi uie
muie to the said Agent, and all indebted are to settle with
him. IL KKKUKOLAXE.
Honolulu, May a, ivn. w im
THE ITlvnEIWIGNEn If AYR If AT PRE
PAttRD br co oj Detent legal authority, with special
reference to the Master and Servant laws now In force
In this kingdom.
Blank Forms of Labor Contracts,
Suitable ftr all cases, which they would now offer for sale
to tho desiring to employ venrants, with the frill assur
ance that they are the only forms now In use that ibmpty
In every particular with the law governing the relations
between Master and Servant
Agents on the other Islands will be furnished with these
blanks at liberal rates for cash.
HENRY WATER nOuSE,
CITA8. T. OUUCK,
Agents to take Acknowledgements to Contracts for
Labr, District of Kona, Island of Oaha.
Honolulu. May Sth, 1377. M im
F AU 8IZCS FBOM 12 INCHES TO 30
For nale by
Open for all honn. Two mile dash, to carry 118 ponnds.
Eotraooe f I&. Second none aaves stake,
Trattlor race to Wairon or llarneM. Open to mil 'iioraei.
Mile heata beat two In three entrance f 15..'
Opea to an. SOO Tarda. Flm l'rii., $15- fcecood prira fl.
Open to all horeeimllo heata UT"-- In tbree, En
Uanc. ,11, eaten welcbta. bmuUki aarea aaakes.
TUree-legged Foot lUce, jDUUuce lOOyarJffee to all.
Ojn for all horses. Mile dah, catch weights. Entrance
1 10. Second horse aaves stakes.
MDe dash, catch weights. Entrance f I.
OpentoalL First irtxe, f IS. Second prlxef3
I'rixe o be given to the first one who reaches the top of
Open to all horaea. Two mUea, catch weights. Entrance
Open to all horses. Half mile single dash. Catch weights
Ku trance SJ.
FOOT HURDLE RACE-30.
First rvUe 25 ; second prize li. More than two to enter
Open to all pedestriaus, 4 hurdles In 150 yards. Hurdles
to be 4 feet high.
Fret to all ponies not over US hands high. Prise l.
Hack race. Sweepstakes mile dash. Open to all horses
that have not run In any of the previous races of the day
or thatliave not won a purse In any poblic race, rust
niranc f 1.
Judgtt ....Ttanry Cornwetl, Jdo. II. Brown, Win. Wilder
Cirri of tit Cbunt W. &. Buchanan
27s. Ktepert ... IL F. Hollos and 1). W. Clark:
Szaritn J. T. Chayter and nenry Nacfarlane
CUrkttfScaU.m. Col a IL Jadd
M JHttamct JJe -w...J. D, Mc
Jmdffa of ;nili....llls Ex. i M. Kape&s andS. Parker
SftmruV Ills Ex. Jno. O. Domlnls, Hon. A. 8. Cleghorn,
Ilon.J. I. Dowsett. Sam. Porker, John H.Paty,J.
Moans all, S. JI. Damon. A. HerberL
tonati&e o rraNmrati CapL James MAkee, John IL
Brown, O. Waller, Ueorge Lucas.
X. B. All Entries for the sports of the day rant be
made with tbe Clerk of the Course on or before Monday,
the 4th of June.
The Roles of the San Francisco Jockey Club will govern
the Judges lo their decision of cases In dispute.
A tingle sounded at tbe Judges' Stand will call horses to
saddle. The souud of ibe Bell will call burses up. su
WEST & CHAYTER
Ex Bark ' Coringa,' from Boston,
A FIXC ASSORTS! EXT Or
Skeleton Wagons' and "Sulkies,
LIGHT ROAD WAGON MATERIAL
All of which can be put up In the best Style land atmoder
ALSO, FOIL SALE,
lost Received a Large Aasortmiat of
Ox Cart Hubs, Spokes and Felloes,
trim Iron iilta to Salt.
Mllm King Street tod Etplajade.
Just Received from New York
FOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED,
CIlOIfJE CABINET AND CAItTE de YISITK
Photographs of Actresses aud other Public Person-
winter Views of Nlagr Falls, itereseoptc-.Verr Flat
A few copies of Marie Twain's Last and Rest Story
M The Adventures of Tom Sawyer."
Also, a lot of Engravings. Chromes, Plctars-Framts,
Washington Medallion, EsnKand Falcon Pins, and otfctr
articles too nomerous to specify.
SiJXm H M. WllaTXKT.
Hurray & Lanman's Florida Water 1
Till IS CELEBRATED FLORAL PERFI'XE
has been a favorite with tbe fashionable world la
all parts of the O lobe for nearly half a century, rrpcutf
in dVIidirv ei durability of iu odor, the flnet Kau De,'
Oulogne or other Perfunirs that have been hitherto lm
Irortcd Into these lahtnds. Mdrkav it Lanuan'b Florida
Water Is unsurpassed aa an Extract for the Ilandkrr
chltrr, and Is also superior U any perfume ever uaed'for
Bathing, Cleaning Utt Tttth and SwttUming tht Bnath, tt
alw alUya the Irritation caused by ordinary trvptiotu, and
removes Ton, Irt&Ut, FtmpUs or BlolcJui from IMtM.
back and armi, tt relieves nerrciu keodache and Imparts a
glow of frvsbness aud Igor, however used and Is a most
gentle and stimulating odor.
Foa Sals Kviqtwheuic
Sole Agent for tbe Hawaiian Islands.
JV. B. Tradt tupptitd at ATaaujefyrert Prices.
Uewareof spurluus Initiations, and see that each bottla
bears the genuine Tbadk MaUK, MCKEat LasaNs
tunsiDA WaTick. Si: ly
Notice to Tenants of tbe Estate
His Late Majesty Lunalilo.
HAVIIYU BEEN AlklOI.TED 111' THE
Judges of the Hupretne Court, as TnMteeof the
Real Kstateof Ills late Majesty lanalilo, under the pro
vUlonsof his nut will, we hereby notify all tenants and
lessees of any portion of the aald real estate, and all per
sons holding or who may hereafter boM or collect moneys
on account of rent due upon tbe same, to account to us
for ail rents due and owing from them which have accrued
since the 1U day of March, 1877. the day of tbe death of
his late Itoyat Highness Charles Kanalna, aa well as for
those that may hereafter accrue.
We al give farther notice that no one U or will be em
powered to collect the r-nts of the add real estate, or to
represent os In tbe management of the same, without our
written authority therefor.
We request all who hold teases of any portion of the
said real estate to anbmlt the same to us without delay,
with thelranplicatloiu for renewaL
J. MOTT SMITH,
KDWIN O. HALL,
A SA.KFORD IL DOLE,
Trustees tma?r the Witt of Hit late Majesty Iunaluo.
ITonolola,TOth March. 16T1. 4 . S3d 3m
Br E. P. ABA31S.
REGULAR CASH SALE t
ON FRIDAY, : : : : : MAY 18th.
At ttalr-pat 9 A.M Kt SaIroBi.
ASST. OF NEW GOODS
Fine Print,. MoiHn!, Linen Prilli.
Brown Cottons, White Cettoni. Merino.
Vfetorta Lawn, . Silk llandkercbiefr.
IlemtneJ Linen Ilanilkerchlefa,
Ilarrard Ehirlt, Fanej Flannel OrarshirU.
Tnrklsh Towel for Cathlnc
Illanketl, White Shirt,, AmoiVeag D.ilml.
Amoikeag Strip.,. Cotton Drill. ErilllaoU,
Merino and Cotton UodershirU.
Felt and Straw Half, Ladlea' Holt,
Men', Soekf. Bridle, and Bitf.
Elc. Etc.. Ele.
G- x o c e r i e , &rc.s
Teast Powder, Sardioef, TTrappInj Paper.
Soda Craekert, Clothes Pins. FUms,
Baoon. Candles. Pickles, Tobacco,
Cigars, Floe Tea, Oysters,
Salt, Pea Not Oil,
Wash Bine, Pain Killer.
. P. ADtlSI. Aarl'r.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE!
On latins: Street
By Order ofM. Pico, Esq.. Executor of the Estate of
An tone MaaasL deceased.
ON SATURDAY, - - KAY 26th,
At 1! o'clock: noun, on the premises. King Street,
wiU be told at Public Auction,
All that Certain Piece or Parcel of Land
On King Nireet. near Xannakea.
And recentlx occupied by Anton. Manuel, dtceaaed, wltn
Stars and Two Story Dwelling Howe,
Doth upon the Prtmaet,
The title to tbe uropertr la perftct. and la. atand la aa
nunsoally food oiim tor taa retail trao,. FUn of la, proaw
ertjr can da aeen dj appneuon 10 ja. i vr a. .
Cartajtant. aq. A pocttoa of tbe parcnaM H.7 eaa
rvmaiCi on wonxage.
as,, E. r. AlLVSti, Anctlonear.
.1 I... if i T. I
we . a I i n
I " Ja -, "uy
-OF. THE -
FINE BRITISH IRON SHIP
Tust Arrive 3.,
C0MPRISINO A .
Cotton, Woolen & Other Goods
JjU.VE NEW BTYLEN OF PBIXTN,
Blue Striped Denims, V'elret Carpets and Rues,
Haaaocks Pilot Cloth! ns;. Towels, Counterpanes,
White Moleakins, Skirts, Orenadiner,
Ecarrea and Tiei, Silk Umbrellas, Blankets,
Crimean, Oxford, and Regatta Shirts,
Flannels, Tweeds, Ponchos,
SADDLES AND BRIDLES
Swiss Mulls, Printed Lawn,
Waterproof Clothing, Victoria Lawn,
Book Mnalins, Laco Curtains,
Bags, stooging, Canvas,
Twin,, Leather Belting, Faint, Oils, Pipes,
Wiro Rope, Corrugated RooSos;,
Blue Mottled Soap, Oalranlsed and Tinware,
Fencing Wire, Hoop Iron. Hollow.ware,
Chareoal Irons, 0-os, Cutler, Bar Inn,
Len & Perrin's Sauce,
JAMS AND JELLIES
GoineU' Perfamei. Soapi,
Hennsiaj'a, Msrtell', and Robin's Brandj, In
casks and eases,
. Fin. Sherrj, in quarter casks and esses,
' Genera. Whisk, Ruin, Uock, Moi.llo, Alcohol.
etc., etc, eto.
Blood Voire t Co's aid Bass Pale Ale.
Edmund's Pig Brand Porter,
BOUCHErS IUP0U0N CtBINET CH1IPAGIE,
Lalande'i Red Bar Claret,
Board', Wine, and Spirits.
snjcm paut r s PAIITS
POWELL DUFFRYN S STEAM COAL I
WESTON'S CENTRIFUGALS ENGINES
And to An-ire, Me8nle's Clarllers.
rOR SALE BT
THEO. H. DAVIES.
ZY KONA. HAWAII.
ON MONDAY, - - - - MAY 28th,
AT 11 O'CLOCK NOOM,
The undersbroed will sell at Public Auction, at hU itale.
Room, In Honolulu, by order of W. L. Una, Adauinktra-
tor or tbe Estate or uaulel Hoataomerj' ute or Kaiiua,
Kulia, Hawaii, and Attorney ftr Jane Jones, the heir to
the property, th tight, title and interest of the said
Daniel Nuntsioaiery, and the said beir, to
ALL THAT PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND
Situated In the TUlare of Eallna, Kona, UawaH,
Known ns iho Anilrera I'rcmlncii,
Conlalnlns; 1 43.100 Acres.
TFiM aUtht BiuUKngtandlmprofmaiU thereon
And which comnrlae a arood DWEU.WQ HOCftC ANtl
ST0UE. which were rwcrnUr leaaed to aod occBfc4 bj
ii a, vii ..a ,!, j at m. not vi rj per lijv
all iriAi rittt m .rAutL vt utm i
Bj C. 8. BARTOW.
UNDERWRITER'S .SALE !
At 10 o'rtoeK, a m at Meej-oetn, X wttssAatiMbBai
Tvr Account ttnUai It Mr
Arrirea by Ihm ;tm' Car T.rfc. frota a
Damaged by Salt Water,
II D 507. 1 1 JO yanl toirp.
SI 0.7 ptw. 250 rrdm Hartap.
til, 4 fcUc., TaXJ JT(1. BarUj
- 8ti 1 piem. 1M Tarda Braep.
111. 10 ptrcea. 300 rKte avrtap.
. SI4. t race 73. raI SwUp.
" sis, a PMc.a. 9C. jann aanap.
" 814. S perik, 710 jarvi. rt.rt.fM
Tarat. aa psen. and aaeo yMm B
IX It SIS. too palraGrar ZUrw BbMaen
M S31. ISO pairs araf IlanaOUeatHa
a jS. BAKTOW, Aact'r.
ON THURSDAY, : : : XAY 17th.
AT ! O-CUJCK A. X.
At tbe Residence or Mrs. C, B. Lewm,
Furniture of Said Prints, iterfetaf I
Hair CVlUl ?fu. I.r aJ4 Pr! 7tim t
sto. Coir. Table. Watawt WbatwX. Claa. CaJTaat
flower Taeea. rarlor Xtatrv
SPLENDID GUT FRAME MIM01!
Umusim. CbaixViVra. Diane Cbalra.
ONE GRAND PIANO
Cetal TOO Ualtara.
nana 5UM4. flat Staad. Elrraut EsvtraTltic.
JlabanT Wartlrob. "It Lart. Mrrrar Dan.
Koa and Iroa ftrdaleaja. lUllnan, Waiibatia,
Cheat of Drawer is Crta.
laian Cl'Brrl.ntar. ,
Ami a Yartety ef 4a, Caasal AlStlaV:
CA2SIASS, SlSStJ x 1
SadsHasi, C af riago Hohf. H mrhmtM.
! c . . . 4 a a
ON THURSDAY, : : : MAY 17ft,
Os th. earner ef Dentaata aad AMm rtfMta
tbe KnUeaceaf Jra Laara.tUiaa a
THE BUILOISES lilO IS?fUWESlTS THEBCSS.
Tb premlaea bae. a fraataar. f abeat 1S SC aa We
taalattrrt.aaiiaap4f ITS fees aa AlakeaeltMa. sa.
DnlUata ll.auli.il aad aasaaatianrbaat.l.twaaw
abalfurlesbUb.wttlaveraiilatafTOaiadrear. ta tba
drat Ooor ta a Ura. aad auho parfar, aaactaaa ball.
ellUnar roam, dl.l.c rooaa. paaur aad avn n ml tat
large bed roena wltb duattsaad batli Rwa im ta. I
Htwr, aad twa aleefWac ream. .Prr 0.,.raaeeat
water M laid aa r aad aitaad aoara. latseMfaa
Ur,e aad ccmpl.U klubea.lw. carrta. i" MaMa.
waab biw, Ac. Tb. Broaada are cend wtaa taaar
tmportnl trra and plaata. The el ef tbla TaUaba. rw
ertr will aObrdararcbaarwfraaraaearfrlab ,
cbaee a pbaaaal aad heal the reeUee.a,
TITLE r EKf CT. Tar fanbr, aartkalara eaaatra af
atr aedar at, tea- a lata! r tf ,lba eabwa at WsJIas.
A I Kona, ITawaU, altoatad about XX mQea from KaHaa.
juat above the Goveremeot roaO. an J. coll tain lac Aa
Acre, more or leas, aa more particular! dracrloed In
Ibiyal ratent S0 with the DWELUXU IIOL'HK and all
lrapr.vem.nu tbereon. For further partlculara appt to
Mr. W. U. UIICXN, or to
K. r. ADA1I8. Auctioneer.
OS raiBAYi -
' a rt-" S earn
si; s so ci'.m w !
CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A QEHERAL ASSORTM'T OF
Ship Chandlery and Ship Stores !
far Hale by TloIXr.S dc CO.
PER bark R. C. Wylie from Bremen
It IKON STOCK ANCnonS. sUes from to np to U00 Ibe.
SUAM. CHAIN, In cuantlueato suit, aliea H lacb to
b-lC of an Inch.
Cn UN CABLES, J-!,H,J..l, 1 W, j jj, mai j M
Incb. for aal, low by
I" OOLLEa A CO.
I-X BARBELS AND CASUS,
L For Bale by (411) BOLLE3 Jt CO.
California Beef in Bond.
ECP.ITKO I'EB X. BELLE BOBEBTK
vr . ay A CO
California Lime & 'White Brother'
EXflMSII I'OBTLASn CEnEST-Eeet oa.l
Itf. roraal.br ttJJ BOLLESaCO.
NO. 3 HAVANA flKArE I And a ,ood qnalltr.
For Bale br
ni E0LLE3 a CO.
KIT CALIFORNIA 'OAT HAT Tor Rale br
aoa wjLua a CTJ
FrniU Prepared by the Alien Procea
PEARS. OP DIFFCBBNT TABXET1I3IS
nnma, Ac, Ac For Sal, br
B0LLES a CO.
Saloon Pilot Bread.
IN BOXED AND CASES. ALSO. A CJENER
AL Asaortment of Crackers, from tbe Cracker Co.
For sals br. 1437 EOLLK3 a CO.
L FOBK. For (sal br
BEET AND PRIIIE
EOLLCS A CO.
PER KA MOI.
CASE OF BCNTINO-Beet, White aad Blue.
. For Sal, br BOLLEs a CO.
Columbia River Salmon.
A SHALL LOT OF SCI'EBIOB QVAUTV,
Innarrela. Just recelred.
For sal, br BOLUS A CO.
Stockholm Tar, in Bbls.
RECEIVED PER KA HOI.
For bate br E0IXE3 a CO.
At 11 a'cloct, ana, ea ta, arlm fa, Waasabasl IVul.
1 Canoe, 5 Pathoms ia Lesgti,
1 Canoe, SlPathoas ia Ltrgth.
2JiiaHeU,l Bait Hrt,
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE I
Of rauta ef His kU Olgtecas, C. Ks lsa
OHSATTODAY, : : : : : XATlStk.
At lIVteka.aa.aatbe pteaalwa,.UIbaai
WOODEN BUILDINGS I
It bet ha, br U 'feM wMcaa Kir, rareH.. trw tuf
fnaatU OatrraaMat baiMlaf.oa. ta. Waibtal aita. Asia,
aTUr Ibe sale af Ibe ataee hubbasji vtd be ad Ibe
Stable Balldingi aad Small Essie.
On Faacbbo.l Itreet.
dafs trees day ef eats.
, C rAXU, adalhdatreear.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
AT AUCTION I
OH SATURDAY. TT : : : JtAY 19.
At It M-.altal are iwa,wBa sabs.
The rollowJHjr Piece ,r LaBd,
rrCATCD AT EAfALAKA.
CMsieUaf ot I U.IHO acre, Kate Lead, adjalabac Ibe anajenr
ef Mr. UoacbtaUl.f. Tbere la abnl M acre Haa.i Lm watb
ratcbea. abb aa usaMed eupalr at waatr. IV. had Maa
la ea. Mock, aad .til eiiLlaaia.
TITLE riKflCI. rart ef U aateaaae aiiaay eaa re
aaala u taoniatje. C ft. BAATOW. Aasl'r.
Or bs a. f. sHtrCEHOil.
Lease of Kali Lank
1 erjer tht Cwalsfiaawf i W ftws Wl, f vCl seO tf
fimUiC aaeUaa, at salitrsssa,
0K SAZTJBSAY. - - - - XAY
THE LEASE OF THE LOIS I i
saaaaaaaaa. reafalalira- aa area af Z9 aerta, aaer. er least, e
aerlbed br eoire as blks a
Part 27 aaJ 33. CaaMaarlat al tbe aab afritbefa
al a tdaee ef coral saafc la Ibe eertb. tbe amaaf ran. a la ay
and Haaaele's tand.S4 W Ml st. tbaaa. aawa, m.
baakafaaaawalbataasarta NaaaOe aad Kaaae.X M?U
Wt&S. fcecuaaas tbe-sat, af Ik KaJa Had aaea dirf br
Kaaae's laad. ft V K 117 IM. tkean akaw aaa
tttnaibamaai. ai.-ial.aera IT aora.
rartM. Kalaiaaaaaaaaa. CaaaaeaHac aa Ibe ee aaata aeT
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abot tbe aide ettb, stream 111 feet ,. aai.saaat.aawa
II ,4.109 acres,
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ON WEDNESDAY,. - MAY 231,
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