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In batinefs circle then 5 no change to note since
xmt tti tssee. Every branch of tie retail trade remains
cjpritt. will probably eontinne H autll the
hwo" traSBc tamrt, which trem pretest
nm in 1 1 will be smse time yet. Island (MpsiiU
est rreirbt ootjtfeee brisk and sugars are arriving freely.
Oso-testes! for San Prasciece continue to bare
goiejfc nr" wltb '"11 cergeee.
Xee? t obtateebae at rate rating for eome months
)hi. ii T TTillfintliiiii'
e2 eertrtty am br bad at S per cent. Ejtbange Is
tknreward, si ge sans caa be hail atlH per
The 7smMartn)s tor tte week were: rreaehbvk
Jtetrr ftMa Aexiltstricr. from NeweeaUe. X S W; C S
aula, frees OaUao. r) Rllo and LahatiHi; Brit
ak Farts Slope, tan XewraetJe, X S W, and Ger
Wrk KigtrS -. froaa St. Michael' with Immigrants.
tW A pauam were : Am I Camden, for Port Oen-Me:
MM Doa Xfcbetas. for Royal Heads; French
aaarra aaat Bernard, for Maroneeew: new sell
r aao Slew see uiotubi .Arnani ivr ran
r Asa Msme "WreeOer l filler an fan. and will Mil
fw 5fen Ptaariern a fall cam about Fridav xrext
Tai -et Im Mi AMretnw will ak take her departere
saeMfartfce same port wit a fall fnacbt. The Llasse
Jaaraball wfu md with dispatch, also forthi him part.
IM asrtae J A Ftlkeeburt and W II Dimood are dae
trees Freectwo. aad botli will bare qelek dispatch
Taoamir the w steamer Inalanl rails for Kosa
TTi Tlaalij IV anil i Viht Tj - Sydney will be
se rna (he faatb e raate far San Fraadeoo.
Tl Viiil willoflfer at aactiaa at
haaa Bate, the laaeroM at - AiuUong la the Olo In
, seat, Bracing lanae, stoat, aao
PORT OF HOMOI.Ur.tT.
Jkarn Ft bk Xere Uaaar Auiliatriee, Jagoret, from
Ti.iiHI K. K- W.
St-V S- & Faaaaoola, Taylor, froai CaOao. Tia
a-Oer bk HMHIaar. Lchliaaa, frav Laarfan,
tU m. Michael.
Xaf J Br bk Pacre Slope, Baraoi, fiom ewcaM
bktoe Dtcorerr, Perrlaun, far S. F.
bk Oaatdoa. Hardlea, for Part Gamble
--Fr war iiaael Haeaard. I'rcol. for Murqaete
bk Dob Moohu, era;, for V ctoria. U. C.
Taaj 1 Haw ehr Mokaola, Cook, for oal
car Oiooaal Aplaai, Orajr, for Fan. Is.
Fran KeawaoUe, N S W. per Noire Dame
pnl Co, 745 tone coal; Biebop &
Mimcartle, per Fadnc Slope, May
taaaol coal. .. .
Fram Ut m, per Hthnrer. ay aaa caece 01
4M CtlMM aanJed beer U drama oil. J3 bandlea
bMa,oeaM9 beer, and a lot of winee and eplrlU.
boailIi4a Tia Si Micbaela. oer HurhBrer. Jlar I
antaaaaWra auaadJde jSadlerae.ALLiniart, T Cb-
Far Sob Fraaciaco. per Diecorety, April
1W onar. suegu lb rice, St borbe bananas, roreurn
TaloeTjWu. VoaieMie Valae, $eS.4 W.
Far Pan Towaaead, per Camden, April 27 In ballast.
Para Valae, SJU.
Far vlctona. B C, per Hob Nicola. April M SJ jiVps
abia nam. L.UUla bwowm. brandy. Value
Value Don.. JMt.tO; Valae Traneed. SSHB
Far Haa FraaeiKco. per Biecorery, April 26-Col
aaa Blaiwn. W Bant. Xaetrr Uorn.
Far Pan Towaeend. per Camden. April S! Tt Donlan
Far Paaatar Ielaad. per Giotauni Apianl, Hay 3
Far Vkaaria BC, Doa per Nicola. April SO-Q Ilall,
im Harm, H Halll. H CaitoB. E nattenley.
la Hoaolaln. on the 9Mh inrt to tee wife of Robert
B. Scriaataoar. a mc
FOSTKB NEIL U thla city oa the SOth alt- at the
rrianor of the bride"a father, by the Ker. Mr. Black-bara.
Mr. atms Foerxs to illM Liezus A. Neii. all
In thle city, April SOtb. at the
of the bride' father, by Ker. W. 1'rear, Mr.
Eant lUara MaBeaaix to Miee JoutNNi Horr.
MAOET la thb City on tr.e mnrnlnc of the Sd InfU
Oaaawc W. MactT. aced " yeare. Ileceaeed waa a
af Naatarket, Saec., and had redded on theee
Races at tho Park-
Qaata Roocay crowd of people attended tbe
raiTK si Kataeiani Fark on Saturday last tbe SOth
adt. Hie sjt of tbe day wan a sweepstakes of
fa each for which "Kim; IVfllimn," "Batcher
Bay,,",IMU;VHdeii,'niiiid "Little Gianf were
eateradLbst Kin; AVilUam and "UatcherBoy"
ImIbv fomtciied, ind" little Giant" had
all tba f on tiieanMiTes. At 8 x. m. the horeee were
oaOed to tbe poat and after considerable scoring
taw co a ood fiend off with Dolly" at the pole:
tfarbflreea befit toetBor for about J(K) yards when
"IjtttJeGiatrf took the pole from "Dollyand
sot the lead maintainins Tttothewire; aproteet
rMraterad and the jodses decided a dead heat.
Tbe nest tfaree boat wre won by " LiUle Giant"
wko book race and first money " Dolly " taking
ft, vinatwl nn H41l A
foreajeer and a native, 'uhieh resolted
in a victory f or the native. Below is a summary
t troliinc: raae : ...
TrnttiBC race. mile lHlR,bt Sin Cto harness
and to rate, or a aweepMake of 800.
D.J Omi.li.i. Giant 0 111,
S. J Shaw. b. m. - Dolly Vard n " 0 IS 2.
J.IWd. K- . laBrVTflliam, scratched.
H. Wb. c. " Botcher Boy " "
now rf",. iS. tM.
"Kibc WilHam" was withdrawn owing to .in
acadeail that happaned to Mm which oantad him
to be bMe aad not fit to trot. Yours, "IVjot.
Mortuary Report for April. 1881.
Sex. Nationality. fi
E . i e o 5 .c
' P E.'Z
Vaar iaar...Znr "mT Cj- --. 1 .. .-- J
. l4h1 ! :- I;
ni s .. i.. .. i . u s
ui - m j; ;
"l loOa. m , - '
-I to at. i .- i -- 5
Orar jj Jh " - Z - Z '
Total M0 if S 1 t 1 1IS8JM
Am.Wrr.Doarha. AprtL BgJ. Ueatb
Aril.iW. - W April, 1SS1, 1S8
AprlUbSl. - 08
Cicai or Death.
Apopleaj".""."."".".' 1 Iloart IHeoaae
l.BkW .- ?
CatMaatatloa 8 ltealraie
raar. 8 SaaallPox
aw U aaAVV
BaaMi Bepartauart. Hoaataia. April , tSM.
Report of tio Small-Pox Hopltala
Fear ate wwk tmdiuc at 8 A. M. of Tneeday,
FatioBta ba boepital April Mcb 99
from town ...1
Broke aat on pmnieet 38
Diachacead oared.. ..M ss
Anoaas the jaiHuiln received ware two white
aaem. ami injt roar soar in the hospital. Amonc
ttar d mllu were foar ohfldren aader five years of
ae an three batmea taw mtes of five and too.
Ohabuk T. ItoDosiS, M. D.
The foBowtes s tbe lit of canes and
ii refiorted at the Station House for the week
aVfr iibiiiIlt awfmi.
Anrtl 36 8 1
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1 ... 4
Mjy J.... .".' 1
2S ' 31
Total eases, C38. Deaths, S2; 30B per cent.
Tfc D.SS. rmmnia arrived here on Friday
Sanmina. She cammanimtwl with the Vetfuttttt
at Labaiaiu Subjoined is a list )1 ner omcers :
Ckiaf of SaC Captaia B. B. TarW.
i" UnteaaatHB. Bafora. Fbu Lleoteotnt,
lic f. HTSereae, JJlaVhlMaanVP. K. Heath.
t. Lieatenaat T. E. H. ilefon.
Ca-k, Swap F. H. Shoraan.
Cai.aia. B. B- Tartar. , . ,
UrJumtmt Oeaaataadar, S- Habbard, Erecutlve
"e'oaaat. JL K- Iasereyn, Narbtv,Danean
VTatchaaVwa. John M. Haarley, WH. Drip.
Eeiiw. Wa-B. A B.oaey WaicheWBcrr.
watch oficer. 3. A. rhetmB Attrtaat Karl-
uart T. II. Veberr. A. R.
HenrrcW H Ewim. J. U. Eairbacfier, A. .
ra.ei Aaetataat Saijeon. S. A. Brown.
Asatast A. C. II . BaMetl.
Pxi laapecter, Ilnfea Parka FleetPaymtter.
tibiaf E. D. Raote
J'StaedXBetneera.G.W. Stivers. Luther K. Harver.
At - ita Engineers. J. P. S. Lawrence. A. de Kniz.
OauH Snziseen. F. J. Saott. 1L V. Snaaclcr, Albert
O. Toast Wk S. SraMh.
CbipWc. A. A.JIcABrter. .
Ca.talnof SlannetT. H.Corrle, Fleet llarineoBccr.
r' oBcer'a VIerka. WiUixm ildlcrray, J, C. PcUy,
Pei Pay Clerk
flettewaJa. Jereffilah HariUa;.
Ot fee John J. Walsh.
Ca -seater, S. N tnateboiae.
6anaer. JL. A. Waacn,
The U. S.S. ri9cMi leaves tcdjy.
"ffo consratnlivte Mr. J. M. Oat, jr. upon his
enwards of 1300 tons of coal for Allen &
pontment in the I'osUoffice.
The bark Pacific Slope came in on Sunday. She
The French bark Xtrt jUme UAuxilatrkt, arrived
on Thursday with a cargo of coal from New
The prisoners are at work npon Nunanu road
above Jndd street ; in wet weather this is an exceptionally
Plenty o'f sugar on hand. Oax plantations are
turning it out fast. Quick dispatch for all vessela
is the order of the day now.
Tho French, barque 2i'otrt Damt VAwrilatrlee
brought up some stock, we believe for the estate
of Mr. J. CarapbfrU;
The Hawaiian -Mission Children's Society will
meet on Saturday evening. May 7th, at Mrs. Ij.J?.
Dickson's, Beretania street.
"We are sorry to hear that Mr. Dubois, who occupies
the position of clerk to tho Postmaster-General,
is in danger of losing his eye sight.
The PrHeanXa arrived in harbor on Friday morning.
On her way from Hflo she touched at Lahai-na
whire she communicated with the VTachuMtt.
The French despatch boat 7inJ left for the
Marquesas on Saturday afternoon. She was delayed
waiting for necessary supplies which were
on board the A ikthK.
In the "Notes by the Horning Stav'' of last
week's issue, bv an error of the types, the field of
the Stmt' tr.ps was made to be from "0S. lat. to
10 o N. It should be 3 S. lat.
The coming man has seized tho reins; wo notice
that John Chinaman has gone into tho express
business pretty largely lately. John will make it
pay when no one tlse can.
An accident occurred at the quarry on Punchbowl.
The men were trying to drill out an imexploded
charge, when it exploded and injured a kanaka
seriously and a Portuguese slightly.
On Monday the native laborers on tho wharf
struok for $2 SO a day pretty tolerable pay for
mere bone and muscle. In no country of the world
is unskilled labor valued as highly as it is here.
We are reqnested to say thatthe statement made
in the JiKobxi, a translation of which appealed in
last Saturday's AirtriiMr, lacks foundation; and
that an explanation is promised in the next issue
of tho Kuohoa.
A man was brought down I rom Hawaii by tho
LiMilt who had broken his ankle. He was engaged
npon a foundation, when a blast going ou" startled
him, and he fell a distance of 12 feet ; ho is now
in the Queen's Hospital.
Putting two and two together we prcsumo that
we are not very far astray when wo connect tho
recent dismissals from tho police force with the
increased activity in attempting to put. down
gambling. AVe may look for some curious revelations
There has been a debating society in full blast
for ever bo long, and scmo capital work has been
done by the young men who belong to it. 'Webave
had occasicn to notice it several times, what tho
l'rtte desires is a public debating society. "We
doubt its reusability.
Tho Minister of tho Interior has refused to grant
a license to the Pinafore Company. The performance
will therefore have to be postponed till
ilia cmnll.mT fcltnwft ilpcided siras of abating. "te
are verv aorry about it but we can quita understand
the position of the Minister.
R.B.H. the Princess Itegent held an official reception
on Monday at Aliiolani Hale, when the
Admiral, Captain and officers of the U. S.S.
were presented. A separate reception wa3
held at which Mrs. Stevens and several other ladies
"We are requested to say that copies of tho English
version of "Ke Ola Kino" (Sanitary Instructions
for Hawaiins), printed by order of the "Legislative
Assembly of lbSO. for "free distribution,"
are now ready and can be obtained by application
at the office of the Board of Education, under
whose direction the present revised edition has
H. 1LH. the Princess Begent and the Hon.
Mrs. Bishop attended Eawaiahao Church on
Sunday Morning. The services were of an interesting
and special character. There was some ex
cellent singing and recitations of Psalms and
portions of scripture by the members of the
congregation. Miss Julia "Walanika, whom many
mav remember as having given some concerts a
lew years ago sang with the choir.
It is not always wise to follow one's inclination:
A man engaged on a plantation in Hawaii, thought
he would like a change of nir and went on board
the : he desired to land in Maui, bat having
no permit was brought down here; after
knocking about town for a few days, he wnnled to
return to Hawaii, but permission was refused. He
got a job as constable watchinjr a quarantined
house, which post he has resigned for a bed
in tho small-pox hospital.
It was hot, deuced hot, last Monday. So thought
a Newfoundland dog, ho therefore adjourned to
the drinking fountain at the comer of Bethel
street and clambering np, quietly curled himself
into the basin and allowed the stream to trickle
gently over his back. A nenly converted temperance
man who happened along, wanted a drink
and stepped up to the fountain he sprang back
suddenly exclaiming, "By jovc, even water won't
do it I vc got 'em again I" and it was some time
before the bystanders could bring him to.
An accident occurred lastThursday at the residence
of Mr. H. A.P. Carter, a workman was
seized with a fainting fit and fell from tbe scaffolding
to the ground; atfirei it was thought the
man was killed, but he came to and provtd to be
badly bruised and an arm broken. The telephone
did good service on this occasion, the doctor was
immediately summoned by it and was on the spot
before it would have been possible to have got a
horse harnessed. Moral, put the telephone in your
booses. The man was as-ked to take Soruo brandy
when ho revived, but refused, saying he had signed
lis pledge a year ago.
The bark Uighfiitr, this time sailing under the
Gorman flag, arrived on Saturday morning 131
days from St Micnwls. She brings 05 married
couples. ICG single men, 2 single women and 101
children. During the voyage there were 19 births
18 deaths occurred as follows U infants, one
woman of consumption and one mac tilted overboard
in a squall off Ope Horn. On Sunday
morning the Port Physician went on board cud
passengers and crew were all examined by him.
Ninety were vaccinated or revaccinated, the rest
shewed satisfactory marks npon their arms. The
new immigrants ere reported as a remarkably fine
and healthy looking lot.
On Saturday evening the premises belonging to
Mr. A. Bolster, at the corner of Kichard and Merchant
streets, had a narrow escape from being
bemed down. Some natives passing saw smoke
coming from a room. They gave the alarm and
broke open the door, A portion of the floor was
found to be in a blase, and a bottle of kerosene,
part of tho contents spilled on the floor, was
by it Catching bold of some old coats the
natives managed to smother the flames. The two
tneai who oooopied the room say there was no
kerosene kept there. It would therefore look as if
the bottle had been placed there nialiciously.
Oa Monday evening a band concert was given-
at the Hotel. Admiral Stevens kindly allowed the
band of the I'mwtvta to come on shore, and
of the programme the Praaocoa and Hawaiian
bands were united. A great number of
people were present, both on the Terandah and
about the Hotel yard and the scene, after the
very dull limes that we have been having beemed
quite gav. During the first part of the programme
the two "bands plaved alternately, and two pieces
deserve special credit, the waltz "Fleors d'Alsaoe,"
(iVdasMte ) and the "Pirates of Penzance" (Hawaiian.)
The latter was piven with considerably
more spirit than we have heard before. In the
second part tho two bands united and certainly
they were most successful. "We heard a selection
played from the comic opera of Boccaccio, our band
boys had never seen the music before, playing
from the copies, belonging to the PtHtacohi band ;
under such circumstances it was remarkable how
admirably the gradations of sound were kept ; the
rreeremfOf, pianissimo and fortissimo were all
brought out clear and crisp. It speaks well for our
band to have done so well at first sight- The music
of Boccaccio is especially bright and sparkling,
and we are Rlaa our citizens nave caa
of hearing it In spiteof a little sprinkling
of nun a very enjoyable hour or bo was spent in
listening to tbe two bands.
The Temperance entertainment on Monday
evening last at the vestry room of Fort street
church drew forth a very large audience, notwithstanding
the threatening state of the, weather
that gave evidence of the deep interest society itself
feels on. this important subject. Mr. J. B.
Atherton was chosen Chairman of the meeting
which opened with prayer by tho Bev. W. Frear.
Asvnopsisof the work so far entered upon was
given bv the Chairman, and minutes of the meetings
of tho committee sines their appointment
were read bv the Secretary. The address by Hon.
A. F. Jndd, "being somewhat a comparison of Dr.
Crosbies noted " Calm Mew of the Temperance
Question," and tho reply thereto by Wcndal
Phillips, was rather lengthy but listened to with
interest Mr. V. B. Castle in his off hand remarks
desired this Temperance question to be received
by each and made a personal matter, and
there would be. no doubt, bat that the object
aimed at would be accomplished. Mr. Hitchcock's
recitation "Boger and I," was well rendered
and occupied a place between the addresses. Music
mterspersed the evenings exercises in a very
liberal manner, and the quartette by Mrs. Pierre,
Mrs. E. C Damon and Messrs. C.M. Cooks and
V. "W. Hall ; a solo by Mrs. S. Brown, and solo
" Father. Como Home." by Miss May Atherton.
with quartette chorus, were treats that delighted
all present. Tho meeting broke up at 9 o'clock,
and was marred only in ita foil enjoyment by the
closeness of the evening. Before dispersing a
unanimous vote of thanks wero passed to tho
speakers and singers for thsir very able services.
Complaints are being made about tho filthy condition
of many of the coins; atone plantation
tho bands refused to take the money, thinking
from its color it was bad. Let us have a general
clean np of our dirty silver 1
A nalivo at Waialna went out fishing with
giant powder a dav or two ago ; bis cartridge did
not go off immediatelv, so he proceeded to examine
it. Of course "it exploded, blowing his
hands completelv off. "When he returned home,
he at fint stated'that a shark had bitten his hands
The Hon. C. B. and Sirs. Bishop entertained
Admiral and Mrs. Stevens and the captain and officers
of the Pentacola last evening. A number of
ladies and gentlemen were invited to meet them,
and the result was one of tho brightest and
balls that we have had in Honolulu for a
From a private letter we learn that' tho lava flow
far from stopping, is tteadily making its way
ihrosgh the woods, and is now within a mile of
coming through them ; as soon as it passes tho
woods it will roach a down grade and it progess
win bo ranch more rapid. After all real estate in
Hilo may not be a prohtable investment.
A new trumpet stop has been put into the Fort
Street organ ; it was used for tho first time last
Sunday ; it is a great addition to the instrument.
Tho music at this church is, just now, exceptionally
good. Mr. M. Jones is an excellent organist ;
the choir possesses some capital voices, and there
seems to be a sort of enthusiasm among the members
which contributes greatly to their BUccess.
"We wero amused the other day by a little chap
coming into Thrum's store and addressing each
one of the half-dozen men there collected with a
"Shine your boots, Sir?" Koone did want a
"shine, " but as each one refused the youngster
had some smart remark to make, even to the
extent of puliin? out his purse and offering to
match coins with one individual. Finally he fastened
on a little half-white boy who was sitting
bare foot at his work, and in a very derisive way
suggested he should shine his boots, whereupon
commenced a little battle of slanging in which the
Hawaiian bora was nowhere beside the San Francisco
bred. Truly Honolulu is becoming rapidly
civilized A bootblack, who cin hold his own and
more, is an acquisition to oar society.
Following is tho record of the Police Court for
the week : April 27th George Forman, larceny,
remanded to April 2Sth ; Mu Ilee an Mu Lai, assault
and batterv, remanded to April 2Sth. April
2Sth George Forman, from April 27th, three
months' hard labor and costs, SI W) ; Mn Hee and
Mu Lai. from April 27th, each fined 10, costs
$1 20; Lam Lin, violating the law relating to
ltundries, fined 30, costs $3 ; Abraham Hide and
Kepa, assault and battery, first fined $5 and 1 30
costs, and Kepa was discharged ; John Edwards,
larceny, fined 1, costs 3; Johnson, Abe Bolster,
Kaluna, and Beck, drunkenness ; first two fined
respectively "J."", costs 2, and 12, costs 1. the
others forfeiting C bail each. April 2tnh Ching
Don Shing, Ching Kun Shen, and Chock Hon,
keeping gambling house, remanded to May 2d;
Halnla, boy, larceny, remanded to April 30th ;
assault "and battery, discharged; David
Adams, August de Carle, James Carrican and Morris
Dalton, drunkenness, each fined 5, costs 1.
April SOth Ahuna, from April 23d, remandsd until
order of Court ; Atong, from the 2oth. costs
3 40 and three months' hard labor: A. 1!.
assault and battery, remanded to May
2d; Lawrence Bee, "William Farrell and Sam
Nankana, drunkenness, each forfeited G bail;
Kuneona, driving dray faster than a walk, fined
S3, costs 1. May 2d Ching Don Shin, Ching
Kun Shen and Chock Hon. remanded from April
29th, further remanded to May 3d ; Halula, boy,
from April 30th, committed to Itcformntory
School; A. B. McCansland, from April SOth, fined
5, cost 3; John Charley, furnishing liquor to
naiives, uiscnargeu; ah xai, opium iu
kaula, k. and Manna, w , adultery 'Innuha, k,
Mohona, Kahaulelio, Palimana, Makulu. Kauloa,
Kahale. Nakookoo, all gambling, all discharged;
Gow Chong and Ah Lip, both violating the
Sabbaih, both fined ."", cost 1 each; Kabauanu
and Manuel, both drunk, Kahanann fined 5 cost,
and Manuel forfeited ; Henry Long and
Edmund, both drunk, forfeit bail $C each;
k. Elena Poke, w, adultery, remanded lo tho
3rd, and both discharged.
"Waimea reports the weather as qnitehot and
very dry as usual;
The steamer Jama ilaltt had a very rough passage
down on her last trip.
Eealia and Kapaa mills arc both running ; at
Kapaa they are turning out about ten tons a day.
Tho new flume for tho Kilauea plantation is
nearly completed, when finished there will bo a
supply of water sufficient to irrigate ono hundred
acres of cane per day.
Tho English government school at "Waimea has
the names of ninety scholars on its roll, over eighty
of these are natives. Every bono for a rising generation
in Kauai if disease can be kept away from
It is now two monthssince the last caso of smallpox
appeared ou this island ; it may bo regarded
nf perfectly free, but the authorities must be
how they let people pass back and forth from
an infected port.
Vaccination has been well attended to, in "Waimea
by Dr. J. K. Smith ; of coarse there may be
a few who have persistently kept out of tho way,
but Dr. Smith has used his best efforts to vaccinate
The complaint still comes about the caterpillars.
They have been playing sad havoc with the grass. At
Hanalei the mill has actually lutd to stop running
for near upon three weeks. Tho cattle had become
so poor that theycould not get the cane to
the mill. Much of the slock around has died, and
the plantation has driven its animals into tho
mountains to recuperate.
Mr. Pierce, of artesian well boring fame,"has returned
to "Waimea, and is trying his hand at
another well. In a week he has reached a depth
of over forty feet Hs and his men are quarantined
at present, bat will be out this week. The
quarantine is kept about the well, so that work
proceeds as usual, but tho workmen cannot leave
their work and mix with the people. Mr. Pierce
intends to run night and day so as to gel through
with the job. The strata gone through is mo3tly
boulder, containing rocks of varying size, which
make it very difficult to drill a straight hole;
by using a drill two inches larger than the pipe ho
hopes to overcome this difficulty and is sanguine
Tho finest rain of the season fell on tho evening
of tbe 23th. a heavy still quiet rain of about C
inches, enciidiug over the whole slope, greatly
blessing the cano fields.
James M. Alexander has sold his "Cooper
Institute" property in Makawao to tho Mile-i
Bros. They will keep their uno block there, and
break and train horses as usual.
One of tho beautiful excursions of East Maui
Olicda, ten m iles from the sea, and 4.000 feef
elevation, on the slopes of Haleakala. Hero are
three nice cottages owned by S. T. James, M. &
C. H. Alexander, commanding a grand outlook, at
a cool elevation, and occupied as summer resorts
by these respective families. The change is a
deligbtf alone, and the cottages are seldom tenant-less
during the summer months. Two families are
thus early enjoying this delightful retreat, and
frequent parties'go up and spend, the night The
aMai are in their prime on tho slopes of Haleakala,
and excursions and feasts on the delightful
berry "are now fashionable.
Notes "by "oring Star"
Onthel7lh of Sept, the iforninj Star arrived
at Tapitouea (Dromniond's Island,) after seventeen
days of most trying experieuco with calms
and currents, This is a low coral island, about
thirty lire miles in length, and composed of a
number of islets separated from each other by
shallow water passages. It is situated a littlo'
more than a degree south of the Equator, in
longitude 175 E. Tho population a few years
since was estimated at about 2,000, but is probably
now not over 1,500. Two Hawaiian missionaries
are stationed there ; Bev. "W. B. Eapu. and Mr. H.
B. Nalimu. We extract from Capt. Bray's report
"three traders were the first to board us, and
they came with bard stories aboat Nalimu. Kapu
came next, and then Nalimu. We made arrangements
for a meeting on shore tho next day at 3
A. to meet the traders and investigate their
charges against Naiimu."
" The traders who first came on board told of a
fight that took place two days previous between
the natives of the north and, south end, and
reported that 2,003 natives had been killed and
that the missionaries were concerned in it. 'When
Kapu came he redaced the number to 0Q."
Sept.l6Ui we landed all Kapa's goods
and spent three hours examining into the charges
brought by the tradera against Nalimu. They
had no witnesses and could not prove a single
charge, and I think they soon reaed what asses
they wero making of themselves. It appeared
that they came with the idea of stying the worst
things they could about the missionaries, thinking
we would take their icord without any other
proof. One of them was bo much intoxicated that
his evidence was not worth receiving. We were
happily surprised to find so little truth in all
the rumors wo had heard about Nalimu and we
saw no reason why wo should take him away
from his work. The traders roado some exceedingly
criminal charges, and not being able to
prove any of them, wo endeavored to show them
that if the Hawaiian Board chose to make them
prove titir charges, and they should be unable to
do so, that it would place them in the position of
.- a&- &.
frimtnnls" "The unlv trouble there
seems to bo with the traders is that of jealousy, because
they get less money from the natives now
that so many of them have become Christians."
" Sunday, September 19th, was another day of
unusual interest for tho Gilbert Islands. Directlv
after breakfast all on board except the mates and
cook went on shore to tho services held in the huge
new church. This church is IM feet long and GG
feet wide, and capable of holding SOOO natives or
more. Nalimu and family caino with many of his
people to have a united service. As I saw tho people
gathering, it brought to my mind the times of
Christ on earth. 'And great multitudes came
unto him, having with them those that wero Lime,
blind, dumb, maimed, and many others, and cast
them down at Jesus' feet ; and he turned him unto
his disciples and said pmatcly, Blessed are the
eyes which see the things that ye Bee. And bo we
felt. There were probably over 1200 natives present,
and thev bad on more clothing than I ever
saw upon Gilbert Islanders before except at
"Mr. Walkup first spoko to them about tho
Great Shepherd. I spoko next about tho Bible
being God s word, anil the rule for their future
lives. One of our Christian sailors then addressed
them, after which Kapu and Kalima spoke briefly.
The attention was wonderful for such an audience,
and the singing the best I havo ever heard in
Micronesia. 1 was much impressed with tho large
number of intelligent looking old men present.
Tho multitndo of dogs that Kapu had the natives
tio up outside the church to prevent their coming
in, die not add to tho interest of tho occasion by
their noise. After a nice lunch with Kapu, we all
went to Nalimu's station to seo his new church,
which is about the same sizo as Kapu's. Nalimu's
wife is a nice singer, and she gathered quite a
number of their yotog people together and sang
several times for u!. It is evident that a great
change has como to the people of Tapiteuea.
These largo churches, built to accommodate the
increasing multitudes that come to hear God's
word, are a good Eign of tho presence of tho Holy
Spirit. Satan becoming alarmed and stirring np
his servants (the traders) is another good sign.
There are now between six anU seven hundred
hopeful church members upon tho island. Both
missionaries aro school teaching and have a largo
attendance, and great interest is manifested in
.both spiritual and temporal knowledge.
" September 20th we landed the missionaries
and Nalimu's goods, and took on board eight
scholars for tho training school. We left a mail
on board tho Hazard, which arrived that morning
and expected Foon to sail for Honolulu. Just before
dark we pot under weigh for Apaiang to land
Mr. and Mrs. Walkup with their scholars.
" We had now visited nil the missionaries, teachers,
and mission stations in this group, and as wo
reviewed the work as a whole, wo had every reason
to thank God for what seemed a very decided improvement
from last year- Such results from missionary
labor ns we witnessed at Apemama and
Tapiteuea should encourage all Mfco are interested
in foreign missions to continue every present
effort, and to add to them every other that is possible"
Tiio Tempera co Movement.
HosoLCXtJ. March, 1831.
To the Her. J. 13- , Boiton, Mass. :
Mr Deab Jons, I promised in my last to give
you some account of the Etateof social life generally
in our island community, where jou so
pleasantly spent some of your early years. And I
find that I can best do this (to my own satisfaction
at least) by transcribing occasionally a few
leave3 from my diary. You will remember that
you aud I took lessons together long ago in the
art of short-hand writing, and I havo managed to
keep in practice by jotting down my diary in
characters, which practice, while it renders tho
record a sealed boo.c to all others, enables mc to
perpetuato the story ,of a groat many
occurrences that 1 would not havo written in
extenso. I frequently amuse myself, when
I have company at the house, by taking notes of
any conversation that strikes ice as interesting
and worth preserving on current topics.
A good deal of interest has lately been aroused
hero on tho subject of temperance. Tho meetings
which have been well attended and lively, (for
this climate) and tho result so far is nn organization
which it is hoped may accomplish a good
work. It is an organization however on a somewhat
novel plan, to " the apprehension of old
temperance workers, as, instead of the usual
a Pledge, Constitution aud By-laws, with a
President, Vice, Secretary, Treasurer, etc., there
is hero a committee of twenty-one ladies and
gentlemen, who divide themselves into various
sub-committees for carrying on the work. Public
interest in the cause i3 sought to bo created and
maintained by meetings once a mouth, with
lectures, and an attractive musical programme.
But to my diary. A few evenings ago, there
gathered on ray veranda a number of old friends,
old acquaintances of yours as well. There was
Captain Absolute, who although a gallant spirit
and generous to a fault, is a good deal of a
stickler for the old ways and very plain
in expressing his opinions ; Parson Adams, overflowing
with the milk of human kindness and an
earnest desire to benefit his fellow-men, but
withal quite ignorant of the world's wiles ; Doctor
Esculapius. a quiet man of the world, deeply read,
and jiossessing a wonderfully retentive memory ;
and last, the genial, witty, but unstable George
Aimwell, of whom more anon. My guests were
comfortably ensconsed in arm-chairs on the
broad, vine-embowered veranda, the Captain enjoying
his pipe and George his cigar, whilo the Doc
tor, as well as tha Parson, eschew tobacco in all
its forms. Georgo opened the conversation by
remarking "There is to be a meeting at tho
vestry of tho Fort Street Church this evening for
tho purpose of organizing a temperance society
suppose wo all go 1"
The Captain. (Giving George a look that was
meant to bo severe.) A good idea for yon to go,
George, and sign tho pledge, and stick to it ; you
know you can t drink like anybody eke. Two
glasses of whisky will upset you, and once you are
started, you don't know when or how to stop.
George. 1 say, Captain, how many glasses does
it require to upset vou ?
The Captain. (Sternly.) I never was upwt by
grog in my life, young man. I havo always taken
my regular allowance in moderation every day,
almost since I can remember ; but not abused the
good things of this life which God has given. I
can take care of myself without signing my liberty
away on a pledge. The good book says that
" every creature of God is good, and nothing to bo
refused, but to be received with thanksgiving."
George. If God has given alcohol to man, then
I suppose that in the same way he has given gunpowder,
bulleta, guns, swords and bayonets for
men to use, and go on killing one another as fast
Adams. Hut Captain, think of tho influence
of your example. Bemember what the Apostle
Paul says "If meat make my brother to
offend, I will eat no flesh while the world standeth,
lest I make mv brother to offend."
The Contain. Very well for Paul, perhaps ; but
I shall continue to eat roast beef and drink beer,
aye, and wine loo, whoever may be offended.
Besides, one requires some stimulent in a warm
climate. Eh, Doctor ?
Dr. Eeeiilapiut.MloTt mo to say. sir, you make
a grave mistake. Dr. James Johnson, of the
lloval College of Physicians, London, in his work
on "The Influence of Tropical Climates on European
Constitutions," published as long ago as
1S36, says: "A very common opinion prevails,
even in the profession and I am not prepared to
deny its validity that during the operation of
wine or spirits on the human, frame, we are better
able to resist the agencv of certain morbid causes,
as contagion, marsh effluvium, cold, exhaustion,
etc But let it be remembered, that it is only
while the excitement lasts that we cm hopo for any
superior degree of immunity from tha said noxious
agents ; after which we become doubly disposed
towards their reception and operation I The
delusion in respect to vinous and spirituous potations,
in hot climates, is kept up chiefly by this
circumstance, that their bad effects are, in reality,
not so conspicuous as one would expect ; and they
rather predispose to and aggravate the various
causes of diseases resulting from climates than
produce direct indisposition themselves. But tho
truth is, that as dranknnesi, in a moral point o f
vim? leads to every vice, so in a medical point of
view tLo use of alcohol accelerates the attack, and
renders moro difficult the cure, of every disease,
more iwrticularly the diseases of tropical climates ;
because it has a njwuit'c effect, I may say, on those
organs to which the" deleterious influences of
climate aro peculiarly directed. In short,
the nearer we approach to a" perfectly aoutou
regimen in drink, so much tho better chanca we
have of avoiding sickness." , .
The Captain listened, gravely shook his head
and vigorously puffed at his pipe; the Parson
smiled and nodded approval; and George, remarking
that this was a good introductory to a
movement, persuaded our party to attend the
meeting. And thus ends, for the present "Lessons
from my Diary-" ITEiMATCn.
TO TIIE PUBLIC The nndenlgncd wishes to express
lo this community liifl sincere thanks for the
appreciation they have shown, and the Interest they
hare taken In the new and enterprising business he
has so recently ensrajed In, and of which the people
of these Islands hare found such an acrecthle comfort
in procuring homes and employment without belc' pnt
to annoying Inconvenience as In the past I desire to
say that those ceeking Booms, Cottages and houses as
well as employment, I am folly prepared to assist them
and having thoronghly advertised my business on the
Islands is well as In California and tbe Colonic, it
will be lo the adrantace of lanalorda and owners of
Koome, Collages and Ileal Estate, to place their interests
in my hands, and employer will also do well to
notify me when help In any branch of indcatry is
required, Very Respectfully
JOSEPn E. WISEMAN,
SI i Real Estate Broker and Employment Bnrcan
S43 ) Office, No. 27 Merchant S- lionolnln, II. I-
UXIlEttSlU.VKD CITC STOTH'E TUat
THE have been appointed Assignees of Thomas
Spencer, of Hilo, Hawaii, bankrupt All persons Indebted
to said Tbomie Spencer ate notified to make
F. JL HATCH.
Honolnln. April SO. 1831, 851 Ira
FRANK n. AUSTIN & CO.,
Commission Merchants and Forwarding'
Office No. SO California St., San Francisco.
Consignments from the Hawaiian Islands desired.
Tbe Best Prices Warranted, ana sales uaarutccd,
BILLIARDS ! BILLIAEDS !
One Unrble Bed Billiard Table,
In perfect order, with Cnes, Balls and Cue Rack.
Enquire of JAS. S. LEMON,
831 Im Commercial Billiard Parlors.
TIIE T72fDEHSIGNED, EXECUTl
ors of the last will and iMlament of Wm. II. Reed,
of Illlo, deceased, hereby give notice to all persons
harinR claims acalnst the crtate or the saldwm II.
Heed, to present the ame to them, duly authenticated,
within six months from the date hereof, ot they will be
f ircver barred ; and all persons Indebted to said estate
are hereby notlfitd to make inimcdialo payment to tbe
execntore. J- REED,
S. L. COAN,
Executors of Ihe last will and testament of Wm. 11
Hilo. Hawaii. April SSlh. 1S81. Bill
FOR LEASE !
f?3 THOSE VERY DESIIMJB1YE
rjjij. Premises known as "UbuLAAl.
tl.i. kahiia. isteiT ocetmled br II. II. Jl. Com
missioner, James Hay odehouse, Esq. The buildings
have jnt been thoroughly painted, ptperet, and otherwise
Improved fox the benefit ot the tenant. Government
water laid on. besides havinc a Windmill, with a
supply of cood. sweet and rlean healthy miter, which
has been analyzed by Pmf. Thompson cf the Transit of
Venus squadron, and pronounced by blm the beat he
had seen since he left England.
For partlcnlars. Inquire ol
Kl Im JAS. S. LEMON.
THE TJDEHSIGXED, IIAVIXG
been appointed administrator of the estate of
Abraham Kalaull, deceased, late ot Kan, Island of Hawaii,
hereby clve.nbtlce to all persons having claims
acalnst said estate to present the same, properlr
authenticated, within six months from the date hereof,
or they will be forever barred; and all persons Indebted
to said estate are requested to make prompt payment to
CHARLES S. Sl'E.NCER,
at Kau, Hawaii, or to
Administrators of the estate of Abraham Kalaull.
Honolnln, Miy 3rd; IbSt. 831 lm
SCHOOL OF COOKERY RESTAUfW.1,
Between Merchant and Queen Streets.
Or THE MOST IMPORTANT
things In a climato like this is to have yonr
food properly cooked: If It is cot, a largo Doctor's BUI
will call it to your notice.
Yon can got it hors at 81.00 porwoolr.
Siriglo Meals, 20 cents.
TTIE BEST SQUARE MEAL IJT HONOLULU.
This house has been renovated and improved during
the last few weeks. English. American, German,
French, Russian, Australian and New Zealand friends
and acquaintance give mc a rail and yon will meet
with a heartr welcome and cet good value for your
Investment 3f Sec- Saturday Prttt.
831 3ra ALFRED II. HUUOHTON. Proprietor.
DRUGS AND IVIEDiCifJES
Fluid "Extracts, Tinctures,
POWBpS, PILLS, TONICS
ELIXIRS, CARBOLIC POWDERS,
NIPPLE SHIELDS, SYRINGES,
GLYCERINES, TOILET TAPERS,
NURSERY BOTTLES, ETC., ETC.
FARINA AND GOSNELL COLOGNE,
Lubin's Exquisite Powder,
Camcllne, Oriental Cream,
And a Large Assortment of Lnbln and Colgate's Soaps
and Perfumery, Brushes and other
Superior Toiiet Articles.
FOR SALE AT
Dr. Hoffmann's Drug Store.
sim sum iiSTiiw
T HE LEASEHOLDS OF THE
CHOICE LANDS OF
Containing 12"0 acrrs; 13 years lease to run, with a
privilege to purchase at axeu price witum
the next four jcais.
Containing 130 acres ; 13 years lease to run.
Containing 100 acres ; 13 years lease to run.
These lands adjoins each other, making a Block of
1 180 acres, with a landing place on the Coast known as
There Is a large Spring with double the supply of
water which runs the lionokaa JIIII. Tills Spring,
with 15 acreB about It, is leased for 19 years.
AIo, on the above lands are an overseer's house, 2
laborers' houes, cook house and dining room combined,
material fori hone. 2 iron water tanks, uT acres
cane planted, 33 acres more cleared, plowed and bar
towol, IX acres fenced. Tho whole is subject to a
leas j of S2000 per year paid up to May, 1S8I.
This property will be sold! in'thlsrlty on the 9th of
May next. Iteference for further particulars can be
made I) 7. II. BAILEY, at Walluku, Maul; and In
this city to
8M 35 21 ' C. BREWER & Co.
MKS. D. IJ. GllIFFUT "WISHES TO
notify the Ladles of Honolnln and the public
generally that she has disposed or her Millinery and
Dress Making Establishment to Mrs Wllklnnou. who
will carrv on the bnsines, and takes the present
opportunity of thanking her numerous palroni for the
very liberal patronage extended to her, and would bespeak
for her successor a continnance of the same.
MRS. D. B. GRIFFIN.
the attention of the Ladles of Honolnln and of
other Islands to the above announcement, and she will
carry on the
MILLINERY AND DRESS MAKING
Business In all Its details. Mrs. W. would also state
that she has secured the services of
SLS. T 7S,
A Milliner of tastt and experience, who will have this
branch of the business under her immediate supervision.
Mr. Wilkinson nleasnre In announcing that she
Js now opening a large assortment of
Dress Silks, Satins, Flowers, Feathers,
. Kiblions, Ac,
In addition lo the above Mrs. Wilkinson has a line
Line of Mourning Goods, Shrouds, &c
Orderedfrom Enrope'and San Francisco by Mrs. GrllSn,
ana eeiecictiwuu special w iuc iwimnwiui.
of Ihe ladle bi this city and gronp.
Mrs. W. attention to the wants of her
. .r.A ah a tat-- nnrt fnenUhi ner nn Iv
I3lrWUS, IUUUDtV icin,s( ou luiiiu.Hj, ; -. -.-
in her line, to yrlt a sliare ofthepablic pat-
W STOMACH XjW
With tbe convulsing, spasmodic tortures of fever and
arrae and bllloua remittent, when Iloatettcr'a Stomach
Bitters, acknowledged to be tbe real cnratlve of malarial
fevers, will eradicate fhe cause of so mueh suffer-Ing.
No less effective Is this benignant alterative la
cases of constipation, dyspepsia, liver complaints,
rheumatism, and In general debility and nervous weak-
For Sale by ill Drazriits and Bealeriprnerallr.
For Sale by BgDDISG do,
no EFra2clKO,Ca., U.S.A.
At Otlt NeV Sales -Room,
Next door to W. O. Irwin & Co.
Thursday : : : : : Jlayoth
At 10 o'clock A. Jl.,wlll be sold,
Dry Goods and Clothing,
AND A LINE OF
Consisting in part as follows:
Tins Peach Butler, Apple Batter. Assorted Jams,
Table and Pie Fruits. Baked Maecaronl.
Bologna Sausage, Roast Chicken. Salt Mackerel,
Corned Beef, Heart Cheese, Lunch Tongue.
Maple Syrup. Sugar Peas, Sugar Corn, Honey,
White Rose Svrnp, Assorted Crackers, Oysters.
Lima Beans. Boneless Smoked Herrings, Mustard,
Bottles Pickles, Ground Pepper and fge. .
Palls of Lard. Bags Corn Meal, Boxes T5a, Cheese,
Baron, Bags Wheat, Boxes Caddies.
Boxes Best Yellow Soap.SI bars Inbox; Boxes Tobaccos
Spanish Saddles, c, tc
Cases of Medium Bread, Soda Crackers,
Ca.eaof Sugar Crackers, Bags of Sugar,
Bales of Wrapping Paper.
Sacks of Com, Sacks of Wheat, Sacks ot Oats,
EJT"For further particulars see Posters.
BARTOW A TUCKER. Auet'rs.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Valuable as an Investment.
T? i l4 a min.1 (aninla.fas tnflff TinUilift fr In
rood repair and pleasantly located. Apply to
POE, SAN FRANCISCO.
The Fast sailing Bark
4.fu I "LIZZIE MAKSHALL"
4 YEARS OLD
Captain A. Bcrgmann.
Will have Quick Dispatch for above port.
For freight or passage, apply to
851 35 II. It ACKFELTJ CO., Agents.
FOll SAN FRANCISCO.
The fine New Clipper Bktne
Will have Quick Dispatch for the a hove Port
For Freight or passage, apply to
8 M F. T. LENEHAN & CO.. Agents.
airm vrtDtr asm ununi III II
-a. new. lunn hhu nuuutuuu
C9.V PACKET LINE.
mm: amexts of titis ioivir use,
JL Jlessrs. W. II. Crosman & Bros.. No. 118 Chamber
Street, New York, will dispatch a first-class vessel
the latter part of May or early In June for this port.
Parties desiring to ship by this favorite line will forward
their orders early, to secure the necessary room.
Frcightat lowest rates. ,.
CASTLE & COOKE,
811 3m S3 Agent in Honolnln.
WILL SAIL FROM HONOLULU
Thursday, May 51 h at -i o'clock p m
Monday, May lClh .at -I o dock p ni
Thursday. May 2Cth -. at 4 o clock p m
Monday, June 6th at 4 o clock p m
Thursday. .Inne llith nt4ocockpm
Monday, June Kth at lo'clockpm
TOUCHING AT MAALAEA:
Friday, Jfay nth atSo'clocknm
Tuesday, May 17th at 3 o clock a m
Friday, May 27lh ot 3 o clock a m
Tuesday,' June 7th ..." at 3 o clock am
Friday, June lTth ; at 3 o clock am
Tuesday, Juno 2Sth at 3 o deck am
AHRIVIXO AT KAU:
Saturday : ;?r"T,3!&
Saturday Jane 1Mb
Wednesday. June Mill
Saturday May 21st
Wednesday .". :Jnae.
Saturday June 11th
Saturday July 2nd
TOUCHING AT MAALAEA:
Thursday .- '"I"?5??!?
ARRIVING AT HONOLULU
Friday Jnno 2rcl
Tuesday July 5lh
SCO 25 Its T. R. gQSTER & Co., Agouta.
KING, t 3IAHTK
Tuesday. April 2Ctlir5 p m . nilo
Tuesday, jiay aa. op m.... Hilo
tuesuay, j;ay ioui, op m...
Tuesday, May 17th,Sp m... Illlo
Tuesday, May2Itb,5p m... Illlo
Tutsday, May list. 5pm... -. Hilo
Tuesday, JnneaUfispiu.... Illlo
Tuesday, June lliu.'O p m.. Illlo
Tuesday, nneStt, 5pm... Illlo
Tuesday, Junesth,5pm.. Hilo
rap JTo Credit Tor Innse Jlonej". -Va
We positively decline to open accounts for Passages,
and wc particularly call the attention of the traveling
public to the uccesslty of having Buggoga and Weight
plainly marked; tho Steamer will not ho responsible
for any unmarked Baggage, or for Freight or Parcels,
Freight Honey Dua on Demand.
la all cases of freight for paitlcs not responsible, or
unknown, the freight money will be required In advance
iMCiiaucs oriiiUit! nuu wixiat aii'ts.
HE II..1INI.T MAIIICKD
For the party whom they are for, or plainly stated In tho
receipt to whom they art couslgned.
All demands for damage or loss mnst be made within
In no way liable for toss or accident to lire stock.
Cry" Hack Drivers, Boys, and sneb like, will not be
allowed on board the Steamer on arrival, until after the
passengers have leen lanaco.
17 WILDER CO.
PACIFIC 1Y1AIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
Tin: fii'iEKDin stcamship
CITT OS SYDNEY !
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR 5&N FRANCISCO
On or about Monday, May 0.
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND !
THE HPI.EXDID STEAMSHIP
On or about Saturday, May 14
For Freight and Passage, apply to
817 in. U. UACrCPELD A CO.. Agents.
flood lor'Shlpinentpcrfitcniiior crtii now
be Stored, Trco ol Charge. Its the Fire-proof
Wrelione nesr Hie Htenmer Wlmrf.
-Prom Honolulu to Hilo Direct.
The A 1 Clipper Schooner,
k " M A JL O I. O," k
Will sail from Honolulu to Ullo direct, and will call at
Intermediate Ports ca the return trip.
For Freleht or Passage, apply to tbe Caj.taln.onboaia,
1 Ut c? A. FRANK COOKE, Agent.
A. FRAME COOKE
AOENT FOB THE FOLLOWING COASTERS i
WaloH. JVH. Ellin,
"Walebo, jOTMyii WnJmalo,
. and. Mono. '
FLAG Bed with While Ball. OOee Corner of Queen
tS34 and Nuuann Streets. 1
PLAHTERS' LIKE R)R SAN FRANCISCO
C. Orowor & Co. Agonta. fit
Merchandise recelTrd Slornse Free. 5
and liberal cash advances made on thlpmects by Hit
me. tsu jy t.jiitr.nr.itciur
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LrNEl
c. Brewer 4. Co. Agents. 3
Favorable arrantrementa can aiwara be&
made for storage and shipment of OIL Bone, wool.
Hides and other XerchaaaTjeW3ew Bedford, Boston,
New York and other Eastern Porta, adraife
rude 70 ly C.DKEWEE4CO.
By E. V. ADAMS.
FRIDAY, ; : : : HAY 6tli,
At 10 A. 31. at Salts Ilooio,
Flints, Dtnlmj, Cottons, "While Sblrls, rksnel S&,
PanU, e. &c, Jtc
A INE OF GROCERIES i
Also, t close consignments, without reserve,
9 Cs. Champagne, quarts
Sac Brown Sugar,
Sacks California Oats,
Sacks California Bran,
Sacks California Barley,
Sacks of Potatoes,
Per first arrival from San Fracetseo. .
Two Pairs of Bullocks,
One Bnlleck Cart,
Two Yokes, two Chains all In good order.
32 MCRONESIAJT DOOR 3IATS,
A Lot of Chairs and Furniture.
E. F.ADAMS. Auetr.
Guardian's Sale of Real Estate.
vntTUE OF A DECREE IX
Probate mada by the non. A. F. Jndd, Jastico of
the Saprrme Court of the Ilawallan Islands on the 4U
day of March current. I will sell at public snette at
noon on WKDNESDAY. the llth day of MAY. A.D. 1381,
at the froct or mauka entrance of MiMinl Hale, In
Honolulu, all that the undivided one-half part or raatety
of my wanl Mary Ellen Neville In all that real estate
situate at bona. In the Island of Hawaii, aad being all
of those three lots of land described In a certain deed
of mortgage from Richard B. Nevillo to C. F. GaJUoa
dated Nor. IS, t8S3, and recorded In the Registry of
Weeds in Honolulu. In Book 31. on pages Itt and Its,
which said mortgage will be released on sale of tho sakl
premises). A good sited dwelling bouse ouoae of tho
above pieces. ,
The purchaser of the above property may tare at tho
same time a conveyance from myself and my wlfeof
the remaining half part thereof at the same rate. The
to to be sold will be conveyed free from all
firoperty and for cash, deed at pertbaser's expense.
For farther description of tb premleea esquire
of the nndersigued or his Attorney. A. . IlartweB.
MARCUS K. COLBUKN.
Guardian of Mary Ellen Neville.
Honolulu, n. I., April 8, 1881. at It
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
Mortgagee's Notice of Sale.
IIIUKCTIOM OF Jilt. 31. JlelXEltST.
By Mortgagee named in a certain deed of
dated the S5tb day of Jaly, 18T7, reennnd in
Liber 52. on folios S3. 31 and Mfrore JAMBS DffNCAN
to the said MICHAEL MclNERNY.and by virtue of
the power contained In theaaid deed.
1 will offer for sale at my Sales Room, aitnate In
Qneen Street, Honolulu,
ON SATUEDAY THE 14th DAY of MAY,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
AH thoae two pieces or parcels of land l Unite In
Kalkl and Walnane, Walkane, District of Konieapeko,
Island of Oaha, containing respectively i 7HW acres,
and an acre being the same premises conveyed
to the said James Duncan by deed recorded In Liber tt,
on pigce 77 and 78, lo the office of th" Registrar of
at Honolulu, and described in Royal Patear,
No. IS!), to Papahn based npon Award, No. WIS. Together
with the tenements and improvements thereon.
For further particulars, apply to
E. P. ADAMS, Anct'r
Or to EDWARD PRESTON. Attorney for HottgSfce.
gr ita! tdcerfisqnnntS.
STTPrtEJLE In Bankruptcy. In theraattcr of If.
L, CHASE, a voluntary Bankrupt. Before Mr. Justice
Jndd, at Chambers. , .
Order of hearing. H. L. Chase of Honolnln Island or.
Oahn, having come before me and declared himself a
bankrupt, as provided lo Section 902 of the Civil Code.
It Is hereby ordered that the Clerk of the Supremo
Court do Issue an order to thi. Marshal pf the Kingdom,
to take possession of tho property of the said II. L.
Chase, and to put his storehouses, counting houses,
effects, books and papers under lock and seal.
And It is further ordered that TUBSOAY the lTth
day of May A. D. 1581, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon at
Court room at Alllolanl Hale In Honolulu, be the time
and place for hearing and deciding the oaeetloo of
bankruptcy, and that notice of inch hearingbe pa
in the Hawaiian Gazette for two weeks prevbws to
such hearing to the end that all parties Interested may
then and there appear and show eaase If any they may
have why the said II. L. Chase should not be declared
And all the Creditors of the said H. L. Chase may
then 'and there appear and prove their claims against
the said estate. . . .
Witness my hand and th seal of the Supreme Court
this 2nd day of Jlay, In the year 1B1.
sua A. FRANCIS JUDD.
Attest: A. Rosa, Justice Supreme Coart.
Deputy Clerk. 1
CJUI'ltK.UE COUltT OF TUB HAWAIIAN
S3 Islands. In the matter of Sla Blag Co., bankrupt.
Notice to creditors.
Ah Ylk. Feu Beo and Aki. all of Haiku, Islaod of
ManI, partners In business under the Urns name Of Sla
Sin Co.. having been declared bankrupt by a decree
of the Chief Justice, dated April tb. lfsol.
Notice Is hereby given, In pursuance of sW decree,
to all creditors of said Sin Sing & Co., to appear at tha
Clerk's Office, at the Court Hoise, In llooolalu, on
Thursday, the 19th day or May. tall, at HI o'clock a. m.,
to prove theirdehts, and to assignees.
JNO. E. BARNARD, Clerk,
Honolulu, April 30, IS81. I 3t
TX TIIE STJPKEME COUKT OF TI1"E
X Hawaiian Islands. In Bankraptey. In tbe matter
of D. W. CLARK, a volnntary BankrnpL Before Mr.
Justice Judd at Chambers. .
Order of bearing. D. W. Clark of Honotura, Island
of Oahn. having come before me and declared biasself
a Bankrupt as provided In section 088 of the ClTil Cede.
It H hereby ordered that the Clerk of tbe Supreme
Court do Issne an order to the Marshal of the Kiwrdom
to take possession of the property of the sahl I). W.
Clark, and to put his storehouses, counting bouse,
effects, books and papers nnder leek and seal.
And it is farther ordered that FRIDAY the 1Mb day
of May A. D. 1881 at 1 o'clock A. M. at the Coert room
at Alllolanl Halo In Honolulu, be the time and place
for hearing and dedding tbe naestlon ol Daskntpiey
and that notice of sneh hearing be published In tho
Hawaiian Gazette for three consecutive weeks Bferloaa
to such hearing to tic end that all parties Interested
may then and there appear and show eanse If aay they
have why the said D.W.Clark should not be declared
Bankrupt And all the creditors of the said V. w.
Clark may then and there appear and prove their claims
against said estate.
Witness my band and the seal of the Supremo Court
this th day of April A. D. 1881.
fsislti A. FRANCIS JUDD
Attest i A. Itosji Jnstke Seprem Coert.
Deputy Clerk Snpresae Coort. fc
COUKT OF TIIE
STJPKEME In Probate. In the Estate of
EMMA K. CLUNKY of Honolulu deceased. Intestate.
Before Mr. Justlee Jndd.
On Reading and Filing tbe petition of John C
of Honolulu, alleging that Emma K. Ctaney of Honolulu,
died Intestate at Honolulu, oa the Ilia day of
April. A. D. 1881, and praying that letters of
Issue to the petitioner.
It Is ordered that TUESDAY tie 10th day of May.
A. D. 1381, be and hereby Is appointed for bearing said
Petition before the said Justice, In the Coert Keom of
this Court, at Honolnln, at which time aad pteee au
persons concerned may appear and show caase. If any
they have, why said Petition .hould not be granted, and
that this order be published In the BngHsh and Hawaiian
languagea for three successive weeks In the
Hawaiian Uazette and Kookoo newspapers In Honolulu.
Dated Honolnln, U. I.. April :8th A. D. .181.
AT FRANCIS JUDD.
Justice of the Supreme Court,
Attest: Jso. E. BaBirann,
V.nEIIHIUEM HEllEBY OITEH
notice, that by virtue of a power of sale, eentahied
In a certain mortgage, dated the Mth ef Jeee, BIT, recorded
lber 49, page 470. from II. KepahoBt to him. be
Intends to foreclose the same for eondwlon brokjB. ami
will sell the premises therein described at BfjHto
at the auction rooms of E. P. Adaae la Hoaoralp,
May 31st. at 13 o'clock noon. Tho premlaejus be sold
are those situated lo Klklbale, llonoreha, adjejelee tbe
stream, known as Wahllanl'a yard, and pf
an acre, more or less. The same prmlsee descrttied IB
deed of Kalhe to Wahllani, recorded In Liber r2, page
farther ptlculara ffiffifijM.
CASTLE i. HATCn, Attorneys.
Honolnln. Apsll 21st. 1881. H0
Mortgagee's III tontion ofForcdosure
Vf OTIcr. IS IIEBEBT C1HE.Y THAT
ll suantto a power of sale contained In acerUIa
Mortgage Heed, dated October 1Mb. VSn, made, by
and Henry Chamberlain, her husband, of Kofcala,
In ihe Island of Hawaii, to Samnel atatnef of tbesaiae
place of record In liber 68, folio n.lJt aad 15S, and
tora breach of the conditions in said mortgage deed
contained, that all and singular the lands, tenroiesta
and hereditaments In said mortgage deed contained and
described will, after the time limited by law be M at
Public Auction, on account of the bteath Of the' conditions
as hereinbefore mentioned
Tbe property in said mortgage described being situate
In the District of Makawao. Island of ManI, and acre
particularly described in Eojal Patent Naftg, containing
an area of 33 teres. SAMUEL STAINES.
Caen. Bnowx, Attorney for Mortgagee.
Dated nonolnla. April 23. 1881. 819 It
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