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Jtm Mine W G Irwin. Dosglatr. from S F
5-P X Sj b Ohj: nf w Yort, Seabmr, from the
Jane Zee, Campbell, ror Victoria, B C
fck Bataier. H'ulff. tor Tort Towniend
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V MS City of bjrdney. Seabury. for S K
The r SI S S City or Sew York. AV B Scabury,
vait4 from Srdney June lGlh, at A r. x
drniai pitot at 1:44 r. x. at Auckland
Jar c Uat. at C94 r n Sailed from Auckland JnneSM
at f :9 i. x. rafted the Sataoan Group during the
no'BiacrfJaBeS7th. Net with eiy heavy K.E. trade
wisAs S decree north latilade. continuing culil ar
nral at tkie port Jaly Sth at T:SS a. M
Fmn San Fraaeieco. per D C Murray. June 30th
i ejor X Co. 4 e bow: Lenchtn Jt Co. 33 cr beer.
! ktar. tf pkr d pood. 1U0 rka pntatoeo, COeka
jt lartw. 170 baWe hay. U0 bbl lime, K3 tkr bran, .10
an teick'F 4Sra wood; ALMniih&Cn, 14 ca eg
. 1 bb mde; Whitney & Knbcrteon, 2 eg stalk
iierr. W u Irwin Co. SO bx potatoes ; A W Buh.
M jaan.Ml fk rraln; II II Berry. 23 pkg furniture;
T .t.S cr trj; machincr. 1 K bbl beef: II May fc Co,
! teauroodV. BoUc & Co. Ilea meat; V E Iirwpou,
KepklrnTW. BrwnCo.30cswhikry; EO Ucll&
Jor Wn powr. Sccclotbinir: order, 42 ca can coudt;
J :- Walter. JO bdl bap: J Barnard. I ca eutlonery;
Uwn A Conk. . MS uc cedar: Macfarlaue A. Co. 330 ek
gia.m.1 hx mdse Jno Buckley. 20 balra hay. S3 ak
oaw . eaar. II e ej; machine; LGbretovlch &Co,
Si aavpotatee. Woonolnn: W Mclnerny, 2 c boots;
MIatyeBro.4ainkrcrvc: Cattle & Cooke, 100 bx
poialoea. 10 ca bacon:
w 4 Oe.4 amenta; J G Fuller. 1 bx udre; WW
Cnop4.Sfcztroe; HCorsell, 1 caand SEJpkja to
Tram Saa Franciaco, per W G Irwin. July hi
cabrnajar. X bales barn, 4 ca whitker. 200 aka Hour.
3 - poaatoea. 30 c paint. 2 roll rope. 13 ca
MrfiL s cartas. I bxftal fihSca furniture, and a
Iw of mtt Bdw.
Frant Saa Fnneiaca. per J A Falklnbury, July 4th
' M ft IMr, 158 ca bread, S3 ca tobacco. 133 tkr bran.
Toaenokter tobacco, Sccdcareu. sea r w port. W
bortte,?ebiaa!aoa.4lbdlsh!ncle. 6 sewins lua
tkin. 44 tk bran, 4J bx mditf . SSbxpoUtoes lOdtkt
lar.atoea. XW k sroaad barley. S pkg saeh door. hx
aptea,4acaoap and other &ide.
Frav Saa Fraivlfo. per D C Murray. June 30th
Oapt aad Xr Fleatminr. Mrs U II Berry. Solomrn Lff
sen.MAach. VTJ1 Ellen. JnoF Conway. W G
L Australia. ter S S Ollv of Xew Vork. Jnlv th
itrC G ParM. and intranrita 1.
Ftor rvntnr U per Jenny Walker, July Sai V?m
Gfk. W KanhUI.
San Francieco. June II,
Ijr M f.raoe, the Eicht Uevernd ArchUsbop Alemany.
fce rerideuce ot the Hon Frank McCoppin, William
r K. Baa in a. of Maui. Hawaiian ItUndt, to MlBV
lldDorrxK, of San Francisco.
GIFFOED thi dtv, June SO. at
of the bride' faiaer, by ihe Kev. Alexan-A'-
Kacktaloth. aaaitted by the Rev. T. Blackburn.
Vxrxa M. GtrroEP to Ximi FrrKCTounnt
te- olj F. Bridnrooa. IVUnatr Genrral of the Ha
wahan KlErdom. Jenry (Chancel Itland;) papers
ruxnc rrxEBAL r tiik mte m. n
A BtkwHh. Eh, will take place to-day at A PH.,
Smm the rwidrac of Mr. . C Damon.
Ietter from HawraH.
Ebitoi Gazette: At 1 xjl. of the SGth inst, a
native called atocr door with a present of some
mullet, the finest we have seen in
At the name time, he directed oar attention
to the northern heavens, and sure enough
twenty or thirty degrees above the horizon, there
waa a large eomet with a well-defined tail. What
&i it -mean? Did it come to herald the fish, or
vat it in fulfilment of Mother Shipton's
But -where were ihe magicians, the
astrologers, the monthly progposti caters, that they
cad not notified the public of the coming of this
emrac ssranger i
. Otolchao distilleries are in active operation both
a VTaipjo and Waimans. The vile poison is
round in open daylight, and is an intolerable
t .tjt ynqTwia aoddeoanching the
Sbe iatrprur, which lately sailed for
at now at sncbcx oS Eoele, where she id beinft
rapped out. Her cargo is insured.
The donations to Punahoa amonnt to (811 at
This morning the ica dragon tras Bhiptrrected
on Liliha street near King.
T3onsol Lalne raised the Mexican flag for the
first time in this city on Monday.
tlTiere 'wero30 people or so sleeping tmder the
care of Officer McKeagae last Monday night
A very brilliant meteor was Been on Wednesday
evening. It lighted np the -whole landscape.
The'Jamtt Ndktt and the Iualani both came in
ahead of time so as to get a holiday on the 1th.
To-morrow Her Eoyal Highness the Princess
Eegcnt trill hold her regular monthly reception.
To-day at 10 o'clock Mr. Adams will dispose of
the fnmitnre at the residence of llev. W. Frear.
The steamer Gilt o.Vrw Tori- left a little after
5 o'clock last evening. There was a large crowd to
Those who have interested themselves in collecting
for Kanmatnpili Church reported $2,130.80
A careless rider chirged into a bnggy belonging
to Mr. Clcghom on Monday last, smashing
one of the wheels.
We hear that a nnmbex of Norwegians on Hawaii
have refused to work and have been locked
np in conseqnence.
Oar readers wilrtje sorry to hear of the death of
Mr. Pierce through accident. We give tho details
in another column
Andrew Anakalea, connected with the Post Office
was run over by a drav and Ferioasly injured last
evening, opposite the Post Office.
The flags about town and the shipping in harbor
w"je lowered on Surtday and Tuesday, out of respect
to the late Chief Justice.
Mrs. Freeth was thrown from her horse on Monday.
She is fortunately only slightly bruised.
The horse had run away with her.
On Monday last there were no less than nino
hleamers in tho port of Honolulu, exclusive of the
tng l'dt. This is not a. bid showing for our port.
Mrs. C C. Harris remains in about tho same
condition as last week; on Sundav morning she
rallied tomcvihat, but since then sue has become
At the races on the 4th belting seemed to run
higher than ever. Attention will have to be given
to this betting business. It is being carried
rather too far.
It is a curious coincidence, in connection with
the funeral of the lata Chancellor.rfhattyesterday
would have been tho birthday of Mr. Frank
Haras, had ho lived.
In the Police Court yesterday morning, there
were thirty-five cases called. Of which there were
for gaming 7; fust riding 8; drunk 13; disturbing
the night 1; aflray 4; assault and battery 1; larceny
The body of the late Chief Justice was removed
from Waikikt about 930 on Sunday night, and
was placed in the English Church, where it remained,
under the usual military guard, until the
We regret to announce this morning tho death
of Mr. M. E. Beckwith, which sad event took
place yesterday. Mr. Ueckwith was formerly the
principal of Fort Street School. His funeral takes
place this afternoon.
On the 12th instant the Liidihe will resume her
circuit trips around Hawaii, which w ere suspended
on account of the quarantine. This will be a great
accommodation to residents on the Eona and Kau
side of Hawaii.
. Uow that there are so many fire-proof stores
round, it is a shame that such a rattle trap as the
building in which the Adrrrtiser is printed should
be allowed tj remain; it should be rebuilt. The
walls bulge so it is positively dangerous.
The murderer, Xieong Lung, was hanged on
Friday morning in the presence of the Marshal,
the Deputy Sheriff, llr. Hutchinson, and one or
two others. The ltev. Mr. Sit Moon officiated as
Chaplain ; the prisoner was very cool.
The steamer carries away a number of prominent
citizens. We notice the names of Mr.
James Campbell, Mr. J. McKoague, Co!, and Mrs.
Spreckcls, Mr. H. 1L Hollistcrand Mr.-Geo. Lucas.
Major G. W. Macfarlaue, Mr.F. 1'. Hastings, and
Master Guy Comly.
Tho band will play at Emma Square to-morrow
evening, xhe following is the programme :
March "Our Wemcl" .Suppe
Overture Italian style" Schubert
Duet IITra.atore".... Verdi
Selection "IloiBCo and Juliet".. Gounod
Selection" Madame Anjrot"" , Lecocq
Valtz Thee". ...MaMteufei
Foika Hurry Up" Konalda
On Monday Col. James Boyd gave a luau at his
residence at the foot of Pauoa Valley. It was a
sort of double celebration, the day being his birthday,
and he also desired to give a house warming
upon the completion of repairs and alterations. A
number of guests were invited, and an excellent
specimen of a true luau was enjoyed. Her lloyal
Highness the Princess Likelike and the Hon. A. B.
Cleghorn were among the guests.
Mrs. Gihon experienced a severe accident on
Thursday afternoon. She had just closed her
school and had got into the carriage to drho
home. Unfortunately, the horse was still fastened
to a pobt, when Mrs. Gihon commenced to drive
the horse began to back. Mrs. Gihon got out of
the carriage to sue what was the matter, and in
doing so fell, the carriage wheel passing over her.
When assistance arrived it was found that her lez
was broken, and that she was very badly braised.
' The H'ih. G. Incw, the last addition to the X
Sprockets Line of packets, arrived here on Sunday
from San Francioco, making tho run down,
with light winds, inside of eleven days. Tho
is brig rigged, and is a sister ship to the
and others of that lme. There was only one
day in which tho Captain had an opportunity to
fully test her sailing qualities, when she made the
fine run of 270 miles for the 21 hours, which shows
that among her many qualities speed is not in the
background. The Iririn has a finely fitted up
cabin on deck, and her other appointments are in
Some match races came off at tho Park on the
afternoon of the Fourth of Jaly. The races called
ont a considerable number of our lovers of sport.
The following is the result :
Matm. Mile dash; Gen. Garfield 1; Gen. Hancock,
2. Time 1:53.
Match. Best two in three, mile heats. Mark
Twain, 1 ; ltomping Girl, distanced in first heat.
Match. Half mile. Sally Black, 1 ; Hannah, 2.
Won by Sally Black in 63 seconds.
Match. Mile dash. Strancer, 1 ; Katie Lee, 2.
Won by Stranger, 'lime I'M.
A sleepy "drunk" took possession of the gateway
of one of our friends on tho valley road,
frightening tho female portion of the family.
'J hey, huwe er, advanced towards him and tried
the effect of the hose upon him, but ho was too
comfortably asleep for that to rouse him, and
finally it dawned on some one to ran to a neighboring
telcphono and to summon the police.
Officer Tell arrived verv soon in an express, and
the somnolent one was gently raised bv him and
borno off to finish his nap near Judge Hickerton's
place of business.
On Sunday a buggy belonging to Mr. George
Macfarlane came to grief. His brother, Mr.
Clarence Macfarlane, had borrowed the turn-oat,
and was making a call at one of the houses on the
plains ; while he was inside, something frightened
the horse, and it made for town at a f criocs oace.
The team reached the comer of Heretania and
Fort streets unharmed, but about there, the top
and seat gave way; the wheels were finished op
opposite the residence of Marshal Parke. We understand
that the horse was uninjured.
The body of a Chinaman was discovered upon
Mr. James Campbell's land at Honouliuli by Mr.
Cecil Brown and Mr. Tucker, as they were riding
into Honolulu last week. The body appeared to
have been lyine there for Borne time, possibly several
mouths. Beside it were a half empty bottle
of gin and a large stone; the skull was fractured,
possibly by the stone, and one leg was broken.
Information was given to the police and on inquest
was held. Ko clue to the man's identity
could be discovered, nor did any facts tranepiro as
to how death was caused : verdict accordingly.
The funeral of tho late Chief Justice Harris
'took place in the English Church yesterday. The
ceremony coramenoea at 2. me memoers oi vie
Eoyal Fam3y, the Diplomatic Corps, the Cabinet
Ministers, Consuls, and representatives of all the
profusions were present. The coffin was covered
with beautiful flowers; remarkable among which
was a lovely white cross of Efcphanotis. Two
lighted dindfes stood at the feet and two at the
head of the coffin. The Anglican Bishop performed
the ceremony. Minute guns were firod as
the procession proceeded cp the valley.
An arensing incident occurred on the itli. A
whiteman had engaged a native express and had
had somewhat of a ride; he had bad enough by
the time ne reacnea ine corner or vuoen ana
Kaahumanu streets, and thought he would get
out, but without the usual formality of paying the
driver. As the express went wand the comer he
made an attempt spring for the side-walk, and the
driver made a grab for him, but missing him,
shouted "Haul in r A policeman happened to be
.dose at hand, and ran up to see what was the
matter. The enterprising free rider rushod off to
escape from tho driver as fast as he could, and in
a moment found himself comfortably in the Arms
of the "minion of the law." In company with the
polieemaniie remounted Ihebnggie and continued
his ride, his destination being the Station House,
where, during the rest of the day be was allowed
to meditate m silence and alone upon the ingratitude
of express drivers, who did sot give free
rides on the ' Glorious Tourta."
On Monday Mf. Cunha formally opened his new
saloon. He has erected a fine fire-proof building
at the back of the old Union Saloon building, and
has spared no expense in fitting it up. The wood
work is imitation oak and laurel, the counters of
koa. The decorations are handsome: a large
mirror with the motto " The- Union Forever"
being especially striking. The room is airy and
cool; two small private parlors are partitioned off
from the main Kaloon, and are comfortably fitted
with chairs and tables. The facilities for lighting
aro capital. Outside the bar the arrangements
are good; there is a largo store-room in which
supplies are ready at hand, and underneath a fine
and well-stocked cellar. There is also a comfortable
little oSce. Mr. Lincoln was the builder and
designer, Mr. Kowe did the painting, and Mr.
Jarman, who arrived recently from California
with the inUntion of working upon CoL Sprocket's
house, which is not reodv for him jet, did the
decorating and graininc The result reflects credit
npon all engaged on the building.
.A sick Chinaman, Sam Sing, committed suicide
by hanging himself in his house at Fia. His
family were absest at the time. An inquest was
held and n verdict given in accordance with the
The arrivals at Kahnlui last week, from the
coast, were the brig Hazard, June 30th, and tho
J. D. SprccM July 1st. The former with a load
of coal for T. H. Bobron. and the latter with
machinery and merchandise "for the Hawaiian
Commercial Co. The Amttiran Girl Bail for San
FrancUco on Saturday July 2d.
Many in Hilo have been packing, during the
past few days, so as to be ready to make a sudden
start, should Madam l'ele torn the lava stream
n little more Hilowards.
An Auction of Ileal Estate was held at Hilo, on
Svturdav, June 25th. Two lots of land belonging
to tho Estate of the late S. Eipi, were sold. Bidders
were few and the bidding for frpm spirited
probablv on account of the measures of the lava
bov. One lot of an acre and a half brought only
about ?220, which had been valued at $000 Der
acre, and a two acre lot in a most desirable part of
the villace with small bouse on it, sold for only
$2S0. Two years aco, this land could not have
been purchased for $2,003.
The past week has been one of great excitement
in Hilo, in consequence of the renewed activity in
the volcanic fires on Manna Loa. One arm of the
fiery stream has pushed itself into the Kukuan
gulch, and is within three miles of the village of
Hilo. All Hilo, may be said to have visited the
flow during the last few days. Men. women and
children, some on foot and some on horse-back,
have made the pilgrimage. As seen on Wednesday,
June 23th, it presented a view never to be forgotten.
A mile above the lower end of the stream,
the lava was flowing in a liquid living torrent,
some 30 feet wide along its course, consuming
everything in its way. From this point about half
a mile of the seething, surging torrent could be
seen. The belt covered with lava was some COO
feet wide, all hot and liable at any moment to
break out into renewed activity. At night the
scene was awfully crand beyond description. Tho
sky has been brilliantly illuminated for nights
past. It is now one of the worlds ureat wonders
and will well repay the journey neither to those
who appreciate the grand and awlul in the works
Death of the Chancellor-
A great shock was experienced by the community
last Saturday when the news gradually crept
round tho city that the Chief Justice had died suddenly
at his residence at Waikiki. For some
weeks past Mrs. Uarria has been in a very critical
condition, and hopes of her ultimate, recovery havo
been very doubtful. This had certainly worn upon
the late Chief Justice's mind moro than he apparently
show ed. For some years past Mr. Harris
had himself been in a condition of health, which
without causing serious alarm to his friends, bad
certainly caused them considerable uneasiness.
But his mental grasp had remained firm and clear,
and his indomitable will had made him superior
to a bodily infirmity which would have caused
weaker men to seek quiet and repose, rather than
the exacting work of the head of the Bene i and
one of tho trusted advisers of the Crown. It was
only the day before bis death that Mr. Harris spent
the morning in town, discussing and advising upon
a roost important matter. The next morning
(Saturday) the Chief Justice did not feel well
enough to proceed to town. He was unable to appear
at the breakfast table, bat rose as usual. He
compliinod of severe piin at tho back of the neck
and also of an oppi ession across the chest. Slight
remedies were administered, nod finally Colonel
and Mrs. Allen, who were staying at Mr. Harris'
residence, determined to send for his physician,
and did so accordingly. When Dr. McGrcw
arrived the symptoms were somewhat less alarming,
and after giving directions for certain remedies
which might give the Chief Justice relief, he
returned o town. About two in the afternoon Mr.
.Harris thonght ho would feel more comfortable on
his bed than in his hammock on the lanai. wniie
lying there, he was conversing pleasantly wilh his
brother-in-law and Mrs. Allen, when suddenly he
stopped short, Rive three short pisps, and before
his friends could realize it his bf e had sped tho
Chief Justice was no more.
Tho death of the Chancellor has cast a gloom
over the city. A man of so strontj a will naturally
made many politicil foes, but friends and foes
alike join in feeling grief for the los,s of the man,
for the late Chief Justice was essentially a man.
Mr. Harris had the respect of all in the community.
East Hn.nl Female Seminary.
The annual examination of the East Maui Female
Seminary took place on the 23d of June. A
large audience of tho parents of the pupiLs and
friend? of the institution listened with unusual interest
to the exercises.
The most noticeable thing about this school has
been the rapidity with which the pupils havo
learned to speak, read, and write Lnglish correctly.
A large number of girls, between five and
ten vears of ae. who had been onlv a few months
at tuis seminary, were able to take part well in tho
exercises in tho English language. These small
children had also mode as good progress in learning
to read and spell n language new to them, as
children of English-speaking parents do generally.
The proficiency of the older pupils in arithmetic,
geography, and history was very gratifying. The
singing was excellent. The recitations of prose
and poetry evinced the good taste of the teachers
in making choice selections and their perseverance
in elocutionary training. The exhibition closed
with pleasing calisthenio excrcies, and with
words of counsel nud encouragement from ltev. T.
Bailor, and ltev. Kaliale.
Not the least important part of tho exhibition
was the display and sale of choice articles of
needlework and of well-prepared viands, showing
the fitness of the pupils for housekeeping.
This was the tenth anniversary of this institution.
It was erected by private subscription at an
expense of ten thousand dollars, and afterwards
enlarged with an additional outlay of two thou-sand
dollars. During tho past year seventy-two
pupils have been in attendance, of whom sixty-eight
were present at the examination. Anothor
teacher has just arrived from the Uniied States, a
Mrs. Sheely, who is a qradaata of Oxf ord, Ohio,
and who will doubtless bo a great acquisition to
the school. While during tho past decade several
hundred girls have been educated at this seminary,
the unsurpassed advantages of its location in an
invigorating climate, together with its possession
of commodious buildings and an excellent corps of
teachers, give encouragement to hopo that with
the increasing number of pupils, which it must
hereafter receive from the families of laborers
coming into tho country, it will bo a greater
for good, deserving all the effort and
contribution that can be made for it. A.
Mortuary Report for June, 1S81.
Underl year...... ? ?1
From 4 to &,....., ! -i
" 5 to 10.......
"10 to 3D 1
"SO to 30. 3 2 21 1
"30 to 40. ,s ..
"40 to 00 2
"CO to TO. 1. 1
Over 70.... ., S 31
Total.... Si' 18 11
si 3 1
CoHfABATIVr MVlXTlILT MoKTAUTT.
June. 1STT, Death. S3 June. 1SS0. Death. 46
June, isrs, " S3 June, 1S31, 87
June, 1873, tl
Came or Death.
Aneurism.... 1 Dysentery I
Accident. 2 Debility- s
Krigbt'a Disease I Heart Disease 4
Bronchitis 2 Old Age 5
Cancer. 1 Paralysis 3
Consumtlon ..... 9 T
Convulsions 5 bmall For 3
Congestion 1 Unknown 7
Dropsy G Wounds 1
Jornc II. Bmvx,
Ascnt Board of Health.
The Kohala Ladles' Fair.
In looking over the Adttriiser of June 23th, wo
noticed a communication from Kohala, which
mentioned amongst other the "fair and festivals "
which was held in the Dramatic Hall on the Oth.
We would thank the unknown writer for the
praise betowed on our humble efforts to make the
tiling a success, but we would feel mean to let it
pass without publicly thanking friends, both in
Honolulu and on Maui, for their kind and friendly
assistance. We feel that our success was due in a
great measure to the generosity of Mr. S. G.
Wilder who supplied ns with ice, to Mr. T. Q.
Thrum for toys, to J. T. Waterhouse, Mrs. T. G.
Thrnm. Mrs. McOrew, Mrs. D. K. Fyfe, Mr.
Macfarlane, andsome of Mrs. Vida'iMatu friends,
for various useful and ornamental articles for the,
fancy tables, Mrs. L&ura Dickson for candy, and
"last but not least," to Mr, William G.Train for a
chock of $23.
There are not many of ns toirorihere inEonala,
so this friendly assistance was all the'more needed
and appreciated. In behalf of the ' society" wo
would again thank all who lent their assistance.
Mes. Heskt Jouksox,
President of the "Ladies' Social Aid Society,"
Tho Vory Latest from tho Lava Flow.
Enrros Gazette: I little thought when I wrote
you last, that in so short n time I would havs to
wiite again advising yon that the lava flow is
through the woods and very near Hilo ; but Buch
is the fact,
About Wednesday of last week, the old mountain
was observed to be more than nsnally active,
tho whole summit crevasse pouring forth immense
volumes of smoke. By Friday noon the three
southern arms had all joined into one, and rushing
into a deep but narrow gulch forced its way
down the gulch in a rapid flow. By Saturday noon
it had run a mile and was just above John Hall's
house on the south side. On Monday morning it
was reported to have reached the flats, back of
Halai Hills. My wife and seif started that after
noon with the intention of spend Ing the night
along side. We met crowds of peoplo returning
from the flow and all repotted it active and coming
rapidly down the gulch. We rods up to it before
dark and found that the stream wa3 entirely confined
to tho gulch and intensely active. It was
then about half a mile from tho flats spoken of.
The flow was on an average 75 feet wide and
from 10 to SO feet in -depth, as it filled the gulch up
level with its banks. The sight was grand. The
whole frontage was one mass of liquid lava carrying
on its surface hugs cakes of partly cooled lava.
Soon after we reached it the flow reached a deep
hole, some 10 or 15 feet in depth with perpedicular
sides. The sight as it poured over that fall in two
cascades was magnificent, The flow was then
moving at the ratii of about 75 feet an hour.
About midnight we noticed a diminution in the
activity of the gulch flow and soon saw a bright
red glare above the tree tops mauka of us and
were presently startled by .tho burning gnt bunts
and the crackling and falling of tho tries somewhere
above us. The whole sky abo.ve.113 was
lined with the licht of buraine trees and shrubs.
About 2 A. it. we made the attempt to reach tho
scene of the great activity and succeeded by going
up the sooth fide of tho gulch some quarter of a
mile. And what a scene lay before ns as we
ascended a slight elevation. The on coming overflow
had swept over the banks of tho narrow gulch
and was flowing like water into a dense grove of
neneleaa and guava trees. There they stood in a
sea of liquid lava over a spac of more than an
acre, while the firts were running np t'leir trunks
and burning the branches and leaves overhead.
The flow was so rapid that the trees were not cut
down, for more than 200 feet from the first of tho
flow. In one place we saw a huge dome of half
melted lava rise up, 15 or 20 feet high and twice
that in diameter and apparently remain stationary,
while tho fiery flood went on. Watching tins
for about an hour and seeing how rapidly it was
advancing, we in the early noon started back for
The reasons of tho quick advance of tho flow,
the past two weeks, have been the increased activity
at the fountain head; the junction of the
streams mentioned above and tho fact that this
narrow rock bed gulch has formed ns it were a
flume to pass the liquid lava along in a solid narrow
stream, without any chance for spreading out
1 1 is almost impossible to say now when the flow
will reach the se., but all things considered, tho
is that it will take the Kukuau Gulch,
frobability over l8 miles from the sea. It may
spread out on the flat above Halai and run down
to the north of the hills, but the tendency is towards
the fish-ponds. Wo have no hope now of its
not reaching the sea and in a short time probably
before you hear from ns again. If it goes
through Kukuau probably all Ihe lower or front
part of the town will fall a prey to Madame Pele.
Thero is however no danger to life. I must closo
as the mail will soon leave.
D. H. Hitchcock.
Hilo, Thursday, June 30th, 1831.
Extracts from Letters of Rev. Titus Conn.
" Hawaii is still on fire. For a few days past our
volcanic fires have hem more vivid and glaring
than ever. Tho line of fire extends for miles from
northwest to southeast, and the smoke . 1
sanguinary glare appear like a line of soldi 1 -i
"Tho northern wing of the line is Icfs thta six
miles from ns, and the south-eastern is lets than
five railss distant, while the centre of the lint appears
the most sanguinary. From the soptb east
wing the Eeething fusion has fallen into I.
water chancel, twentv to fif tv feet widf . l.ioh
comes down from the mam bed of the flow ..Hu.t
direct to Hilo, crossing Volcano street, half a mile '
from Mills' store and euterinc into the Waialama
stream, which cuts the beach abont midway. In
this way tho lava at whito heatis fast approaching
the shore. It is now only two and n half miles'
from Volcano street and it is very liquid, running
much like water. It has, some part of the time,
run at tho rate of half a mile n day. Large parties
of fifty to one hundred visit it daily, and some go
np early in the morning and retain and again go
up in the afternoon.
It is supposed that one hundred havo visited tho
stream recently. Mr. Kennedy and Mr.
are alarmed for tho mills, and they U.ivo began
to pack and remove their valuable articles.
Oar town is greatly moved, and some, have suspended
all other business to watch the fires. The
puffs of smoke nnd steam along tho descending
channel appear like the smoke of steamers descending
a river. We still hope in the mercy of
the Lord, while the fiery flood is fearful. The
main body of the fire is moving slowly down upon
us in sufficient breadth to sweep our whole town,
while the email stream is HKe advanced picsets on
a skirmish line. We are in the hands of Our All-wise
and Gracious God, end would not be elsewhere.
Let Him do according to his pleasure,
while it is a comfort to call upon Him in the hour
of trouble, .and hope in His mercy.
Tuesday 5r.il., Juae 2Slh. Afre. Coan and I
havo been to tho lava flow to-d-iy and returned.
We were a little over an hour in reaching the-flow,
walking our horses slowly all tho way. A native
with a good horse will rc;eh the fires m forty minutes,
nud return in thirty. Wo call the distance
three miles. We found two streams of liquid lava
coming down in rocky channels which are sometimes
tilled with roaring waters, but newly dry nt
tins time, incso two gulches ore too Brcail
to hold the seething fusion, and tne tiery
flood over-runs the banks, and spreads out on
either side. The united width of these streams
may vary from fifty to two hundred feet. In going
down tho steeper parts of these rocky beds
tho roar is like that of our Wailuku or our surf,
and often like thunder.
" Were yon hero yon would probably see its
triumphant entrance into our town, about half a
mile cast uf Church street, in a few days.
It will be a grand spectacle were it not fall of
terror. If the vast fiery lines which lie upon the
hill behind us, only five or six miles disttnt, does
not move down npon ns we may hopo that most
of our town will be spared, but of this wo are not
assured. -We wait the will of Him whose wisdom
and will are perfect, and we plead His. mercy
which is infinite."
ZXTKACTS raou A pwvate u:iim.
Hilo, June 27th. 1881.
This has been the darkest day that Hilo has
known in connection with the flow of 1881. We
knew by tho glare of the sky last evening that
there was increased activity, and we both said that
at no tinio had the look been more- threatening.
1 here was each a broad belt of light, and it looked
so near. Before breakfast this morning, a native
came who had been at the Waiakca. flow and told
us what he had seen a startling story ; but we
have become so distrustf al of alt thenative reports,
that we would not allow ourselves to be much
nlarmed until wo could hear farther. Mr. C. ns
soon as he could went down town to get more reliable
information, nnd when he retarded, I asked
eagerly, " how is it ?" nnd ho answered-" well, 1 (
all true P He had seen several who had been to
tho flow and the reports all agreed.
AVe are feeling sober, for truly we know not but
that destruction awaiU oar beautiful homes and
where shall we go? Tho peoplo in the Kukuan
apana (district) are moving their things and themselves.
Juno 23th. Ah I How can I tell yon the story of
yeseruay j a iouk uic. upoii ifc hs a aream of the
night, and yet the experiences, tho sights were
actual. We had an early breakfast and a little
before nine, were ready to start for the flow, our
Portuguese John accompanying ns. When we
reached the turn in the road on the Pnna bide of
the cemetery, there burst suddenly upon our view
the spot to which the fire had proKressed. And it
looked alarminiy near, not more than a mile distant;
bat as wo rode on, the distance increated
and we found we went two miles or more beyond
tho farther one 01 the three crater.bills. As we
followed the trail, others passed us at more rapid
rate, among them the L's. and S'a. with native
attendants, and we found many there when we
reached the place. A few rods of walking afterwe
dismounted brouzht us to the margin of the
stream, not limpid, sparkling brook, such as one
might have looked form that lovely emerald oasis
bat a red hot, madly pursoing,
of lava. Years ngo, and not so very many either,
peolilo lived thereabouts and tho land was under
much cultivation. (Mr. C. has often been there
there was formerly a schoolhouso not far from the
place,) and you can easily imagine what luxuriant
f;rowth of grass there would be, and what strong,
eafy fiuava boshes, in what hid become almost
swampy land since the soil-tillers had abandoned
it But right over thi3 freshness and beauty the
flood was coming. More was to be seen beyond
so we pressed eargerly through tall ferns ani
boshes of nenelcau, almost held in our steps by
the sticky mud, till wo reached a rocky gorge
whim in times of heavy rains is the channel for
the stream that rashes down a perfect torrent to
the sea passing tinder the bridge near the little
church at Kalepolepo. This gorge i3 now nearly
dry, except herearjd there pools of water in its
deepest hollows, and here the lava goes plunging
on making falls of its red hot, gory mass where
aforetime cool cascades sparkled and rippled.
Here we found crowds of natives and some foreigners
watching the wild scene. We were told
that Dr. XT. and others Were still further onwnere
the main branch was; we had seen only overflows
from that which was filling up a still'
larger channel. A native volunteered to guida
ns through the bushes and over the great rocks
in the way and we soon had s$it gf Uss
third party on quite on eminerLe who called
to ns to hastea and join them, but we bad
progressed only a few yards when word camo
that the stream in the narrow gorge was mewing
on so fast that our return was likely to be cut off,
and Mr. C. marking; its advance by the smoke that
rose, felt it was not wise to attempt to go to the
farther side. J, whom we hod sent on, being fleet
of foot, to see how it was, hastened back, exclaiming,
" lake very much, Mrs. Coan, see that I"
Meantime the gentlemen who were already there
took note of the warning and retraced their steps:
but Mr. W. offered to assist me to a place where I
could see it safely ; and what I saw was the most
awe-inspiring sight of all, for the mass was far
heavier and wider spread, and f or speed and fury
of motion it was like the rapids of Niagara. Bat it
was all tame to Mr. Coan, who had seen so much
more, and tame by comparison to what it must be
some miles back, for this is only a picket from the
army, and Mr. 0. says it sometimes seems as if it
were acting just like mditary tactics this skirmishing
on the left wing while the right is holding
itself in reserve, and coming down when not
watched to bring desolation in tho rear. What
terrifio pouring out of fusion there must be to
supply these several streams their advanced
posts, and to make them so lively so far from the
fountain. Why, at night it shows an emblazoned
front of four or five miles as estimated. When wo
went back to the middle one of tho three tines of
the fork, we tarried long to watch-its movements
so persistently pushing by obstacles, checked by
nothing, heeding nothing, consuming, destroying,
bound for the sea.
Oh I the lovely ferns, one moment waving their
fresh fronds in the breeze, the next scorched by
the heat, the next a mass of lambent flames and
the next ashes and nothing more. It just made
my heart ache over that. The roar of the lava
was homethinc fearful, it was as the roar of n
.flood, only Mr. Csays that his was tenor and this
was base, men the detonations, ten in a minute as
timed by the watch, and some of tho explosions so
heavy we felt the" ground tremble under us. J, was
at one time sitting down in the dry bed of the
gorge a little before the lava and nearer it than
any one else, when there was a burst of steam
through a ventbole in the rocks that sent little
fragments flying hither and thither and he was
spattered by some of the dirt or mad that come
up. Had it been one of the heavier explosions he
could hardly have escaped being hurt. While we
lingered in the gorge another note of alarm from
the natives to the effect that the flow was approaching
the spot where tho horses were tied and
that soon the road would be cat off, caused us to
think well of going ourselves to lreehow much
progress the fire had made in that locality. One
of the party called it a false alarm, but then tho
flow was breaking out here and there so rapidly
from over the banks of the channel which it had
filled up, no wonder it seemed to some that tho
danger was every where.
It was now noon and Mr. C. wearied, sat to
rest on a prostrate trunk, thick green grass
feet and verdant boughs of trees above him,
bat behind him the advancing stream. Hero the
ground was very level and of course the flow was
not rapid, but foot by foot, yard by yard it rolled
forward, and very soon after Mr. C. had left his
seat the burning ruin coverd the ground on which
his feet had rested and the log was aflame. There
was intense fascination in watching all the movements
at whatever point we were, and something
almost momentarily kept us exclaiming some
times it was the qnick'cooling over of the surface
forming the corrugated ridges that characterize
pahoehoe, and glistening in the sun liko perfect
bronze sometimes tho puffing of great bobbles
that crusted over a moment, then Bank back into
tho fiery bosom from which they had risen then
it rushed down steep places and filling tip tho
hollows from which wreaths of steam curled np,
and then, its progress throngh the dense grass,
where, for a moment the trifled verdure hung like
a green canopy over tho red serpent gliding under,
to melt away and be seen no more. We did not
want to come away, and yet how great the mercy
that wo could come and leave it with the prayer
that we might never see it doing greater damage
than it was doing. The boors had been fall of
excitement to me, it was all so much more than I
had ever seen before of volcanic displays. I was
more weary than I realized when again in the
saddle, but the ride home was restful. The air
was refreshing after the intense heat which had
burned our faces, and from tho point in the road
where the view of Dilo, the bay and the greatly
indented coast line breaks upon the eye, tho prospect
before ns was perfectly enchanting in its
glowing beauty. I have always thought it a view
of surpassing loveliness, but now that thero is so
ranch more cultivation, and the waste places are
emerald rice fields or taro patches, and tho
mill and plantation are seen on
the right, the beauty is enhanced. Mast
the fiery flood leave a lino of black desolation
through it all ' How great tho mercy that
tho track it is now on is one so apart from human
habitations, and that there is no danger to human
1 f Oar homes ore not to be overwhelmed from
this bide, that seems plain, nnd wo will still trust
that thu " hitherto" command has been spoken to
the th.reiUeiii.ron the right. One breath can quench
it i'S quickly us it kindled it and all our fears
n'Mt". A prayer and conference meeting was held
that t'venn.3 at Mr. D. Lvman's and there was
con. fort in singing thf pwc t hymns "Father,
wLi' er of earthly iiiifls, How urm a
tijii e saints ot the. L rd" nnd "Saviour like a
hl.L. herd lead us." And I think there was some
truth t'j the saying from the heart " The will cf
the Lord Ik done."
I wish yon on Id hare been there as we were
thus carrying this care to the L-rd and shared
with-ns in the quieting influences at the hoar.
Evening. .Ithaffbeon a day; sqaslls of
nun driving in from the have kept a greet
mass of clouds in nil the back ground, so we have
had no vestige of smoke or glare cntil
Now tho rain ceases and tho firmament is ibl
with light, showing by different shades of redness
the nearer and further flows.
A I.IDT WIMIK.H A -SITU ITIOV AS Governess.
Would do some sewlni If desired. Address
Governess, North Kohalj. Hawaii. 8G0 2m
nii.ix 1. tot; it it 1:1 1 sn kiit Tirr
presented. ronst be handed In before Saturday,
the 9th Instant, at the office or
J. E. WISEMAN,
a-SOU Secretary of the Uli July Committee.
AM, ACCOU2S'T3 DUE TO TITE
firm of Brown A Co., of OVKIt 6 months itandlne.
If not settled on or before the I5th day of July, J58I,
will be placed In the hands-of Mr. Limine, for collection.
BHOWN & CO.
Honolulu. Jnlyiind. 1891. SCO 41 2t
T'txni: in .'K i:str.v at tiik
Government Found at KohoUloa. described as
foliowst one bar horse. 4 feet ohod. 1 foot white and
branded on the left 1,
A. B. KAAUKUIT, Pound Master.
Koholaloa, Jaly g. 1S31. 8.10 lt
JIY AHSEXCE TltOM"
this Kingdom, my son TI10S. It LUCAS, will
have full charge of my business, and will act for me In
all matters relating thereto, under power or attorney,
Honolulu. Jnlytth, 1881. SCO lm
AIiTj PARTIES HAVING CLAIMS
acalnst me are reqnesteu to present the same; and
all parties Indebted to me are requested to settle their
accounts, as I am about to leave the Islands.
800 - North Kohala! Hawaii.
E. KRAFT. M. D.
No. 12 Kukni Street, opposite the Lyceum.
Offlce Hours from 8 to 11 A. II.. and from 6 to 10 P. 31.
837 HUHT iii:li.. ltn
A PASSBOOK JftELOIS'GING
LOST, C. Alexander, andpaylient on the same at
Hitbop Jt Co's Iiauk in stopped fl-im this date, June
Mlh, 1S31. W. P. AI.C.'AN1)ER. 859 2t
BY A GERMAN GIRL AS NURSE
and for reneral housework, understands sewing
and cooaliig. Knqnrc No. 3 Mchool street. 653 It
suiw.i: a tears old
broke to harness, at present is driven in a light
bujiry, warranted sound and centle.
tsl H. O. THE AD1VAY, at 127 fort St.
FOIt SALE BY
H. HACKFELD & CO.
NEW BUILDINGS ON F0UT STREET.
THE inSDERSIGNEP INTEND
to erect two Brick Stores on Fore SL., a continuation
of Brewer's block where Dickson's photograph
gallery now sUnd;. Each store will be about 23x52 and
will be fitted up to salt Tenants. Parties dcslronsof
renting a store In the most central location of tho City
will do well to apply early to,
80S 43 2t C. BREWER 4 CO.
VST1TI1 IOSiESSIo:f APRIT. 1st. THAT
v V very desirable residence No. 133 Nnuann
Avenue, containing eight rooms, kitchen, pantry, bjth
room, servants' room, coach house, stable ana fowl
house. Apply to J. II. VTuOD. rr
a SCtf J. E. WISEMAN. T. Merchant St
J. & C.LANE'S
BL'MIIil. kTKELT, JTEAIi Kl.VU.
MANUFACTURERS OF MOMENTS
Tablets, Marble Hantels,
Tiling in Black and White HarMe.
WARBLE WORK OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
MADE TO OILDER
AT THE LOWEST P0SSIBIEEATE3.
Sentiments and Ilendstotie Cleaned and
Order from the other Ialindj promptly attended to.
For Sale !
A Lot of Pale Ale & Porter
Bottled by W. D. Foiter and Soni,
In Quantities to Salt, at Reasonable Trices,
TO CLOSE COXSIGSMEKTS, BT
S57 lm If. A CO.
C E3 IE3. 1 353 13
Invoices of Kew Goods
Jut Received per " Ella," and
For Sale at Reduced Rates.
A SPECIALTY OP
CHOICE CALIFORNIA BUTTER
CP- Orders from the other Islands faithfully attended
SSr'Sui E- P. ADAMS, Honolulu.
Groceries and Provisions.
ALSO, A FULL LINE OP
TO ACCOMODATE CUSTOMERS
I hare now connected with my Establishment
ABRAHCH MILK DEPOT
Where Fresh Milk from the well-known PAWAA
DAIltr may be obtained.
Goods will be delivered to any part ot the city free of
Orders from the other Islands attended to promptly.
837 lm J. D. RAMSEY. 67 Hotel Street.
TO ARRIVE PER "KALE,"
Sugar Bags, Coal Bags, Gunny Bags,
Burlaps, Twine, xc,
Sugar Coolers, 6H by 6 ft.,
Galvanized Fenea Wire, Hoop Iron,
C C Tin Plates, Buckets, ic. Crockery,
Hubbuck's Paint Oil, Whito Lead, White Zinc,
PORTLAND CEMENT, "Whitu Bros.,"
FIRE CLVY, tC,
FOR SALE BY
SMlm H. HACKFELD & CO.
lo: el aiiau
TELEPHONE COMPANY !
I.VClltlM)KAXi:l) DEC 30, 1880.
II. A. WIDEMANN Pbesidist
H. O. WILDER
C. 0. BERGER SratETinr ANDTaxiscnin
AltU NOW l'SIKIMRCI) TO NF.U, OR
WE to the public for private purposes
outfits of Telephonic Instruments of the latest
...,..... A In.lniUnn ih. .InKraf. - ltl.t Trati.mltt..
We will also furnish estimates to erect
Dhontc lines on the other Islands. rnr particulars.
apply to C. 0. 11EHG :u.
jaiOm Sec'y Hawaiian Dell Telephone Co.
ARTESIAN WELL TUBES,
The Honolulu Iron Works
Is now prepared to
FUBHISHPBICES AND SHOW SAMPLES
OFTlIi: AMOVE I'KOJI
Natiojial Tube Works Co's Works,
AT McKEESPORT, VA.,
And to make contracts to deliver It la large or 'null
quantities In this city. 8.16 JU tf
SCHOOL OF COOKERY RESTAURANT,
Betwet n Mercham 'Ljti1. i s-, - riouolulj.
.iiie r.Ni.Aisnn:XT op this hoist,
B. ill. ntions and addition, tu iTi complete. I have
sew n iooji", newly fornl'liul. t in. Hith Room with
eho. w tnd all improv -lira.
N l X., ( oim.l.i. mupIoVMl in this House. All
t) con fnit mi' or a First Class Hotel.
Meals at All Hours Is the Restaurant,
Breakfast 6 i iw illnnerUto 2 p. m. Supper 5
to7p.m. Boa: 1 -l - Single Meals 25 cents.
Board and Item.. S 0U per week by the day or
month, as per agrceiu t. Acknowledged br all
The Best Cno.'iln? in Honolulu, Bar A'one.
Also, the sreatcstllbcrallly In all
Kl Cta ALFRED n. UOIJOriTON. Prop'r.
Mountain Street, Ice Cream, and Black
from Seeds of the Bret Prodr.cts Supplied by Market
Gardeners to the Markets of Philadelphia and New
JO-To be had at the following places: Meat Markets
of (I. Waller, Ei., on King and Hotel Streets;
Grocery Store of J. 11. ICamsey, Hotel Street; Fruit and
Grocery Store of L. U. Sresovlch, Qneen Street; No. ill
CHAS. T. GDLICK,
809 11 Fair View, Knna, Oahn.
TIIE UTJSINTSSS COJIJITJIVITY
and the public generally are informed that I have
succeeded in making arrangements Vita competent linguists,
and an now prepared to supply
from or to the Enjllsh language, of either of the
Hawaiian, Frond, German, Italian, Spanish,
Orders attended to with promptness Accuracy gnar
anteed. Copying, Engrossing, and writing of every description
done with neatness ar.d dispatch.
CHAS. T.- (1UL1CK.
851 S3 No. 1 Kiahumanu St. Honolulu!
TIIE UNDERSIGNED nEREBY
give notice that .Mr. WILLIAM DART, (if
Island of Hawaii, Hawaiian Islands, has. this day
made an astlirnment of all bis goods chattlet, wares
and merchandise and all property ot every luoi and
nature tons for the benefit of bis Creditor. And all
persons having property rf any kind, or description belonging
to the said Dart, In their peslon am requested
to report the same to me, and all parties indebted
to the said Dart, are requested to settle the same and
any parties hatlnr any claims against said estate, mutt
present the same duly authenticated on or before the
first day of Ort.. Itjdl. 31. P. BOLLES,
J. K. MILLS,
82 Am As.lgnees.
TI1T3 UNDERSIGNED IIAVING
been appointed Temporary Administrator of the
estate of the late B. P. BOWMAN, of Wallakn,
deceased. iBy the Hon. A. Pomander, Circuit Judge,
2nd Jud District. 11. 1.,) hereby calls upon all persons
havicc 'claims azatnst said estate whether secured by
mortgage or otherwise to present the same with the
nrooer voucners lo me wiiuin si munius iroiauairui
this notlca or be forever barred, and all persona Indebted
to ssld estate are requested to make Immediate
payment of the same at my office In the I'ollco Courtroom
TH03. W. EVEnETT,
Temp. Admin. Estate 1). Y. Emrmaa.
Wailuku. June Slth. 138L, KO U
FOIl CARRYING MERCHANDISE
AND BAGGAGE. Office, at Pickering t Co'.
I. X. L. Stcrc, corner Foit and King MrecU. Orders
punctually attended to. l'rirjto residence, lll note! st.
817 ii 8m P. II. OEDING.
rgJ C. WALLER, Proprietor.
Kins Htreeta Hon o I at a.
Junction of Hotel and Union Streets.
83d Choicest Meats from Finest find.
THE ANNUAL 3IEETING OF
the Stock-holders of the Eoloa Sugar Company,
will be held at the odlre of Messrs. H. Hackfeld & Co.
Honolulu, os Saturday, Jaly 3th. In!, at 1 r.
LLIAM O. SMITH.
Secretary Koloa Sugar Co.
nonulnla. Jane Sth. 1881.
T HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT I
X havegivenT.W. Everett fuH power of Attorney to
transact all my business daring my absence from the
Kinedom. T. II. PABIS.
Wallnkn. May Hth. 1881. K3ihn
r LIGATION AFTER Till J DATE
la strictly prohibited, escept betweerr ta honraof
'fSlrnedt H". A P. CaaTas. JHnUttr 61 laterior.
Hoaolulu, April ,lrtt. H
By 33. ! JA.PA3stS.
a? 2x1 ssjp ay.
. Jit 10 o'clock a. m itjfce
RESIDENCE OF REV. WALTER FBEAH,
BeretmU Street, will b soKIfcn .Aecroat of
Departure, the Ennr
Handsome Black Walnut
8ofa,Ftty Chair, Rocker and i Porter CtaJri,
Black Walnut Parlor Table, Vienna Chair.
Stuttgart Organ, Parlor Minor. ChaadeHer. Rag.
mackT Walnut Whatnots. Oil Painting, f lctBCT.
Black Walnut Extension Dlntag Table,
Black Walnut Sideboards. Dlnlag Chair,
Hanging Umps. Hair-cloth Easy Chain,
Haircloth Sola, Black Walaut Bedroom Seta.
Hair Mattresses. Feather Pillows, Mosqalto Neta.
Woven Wire; Mattress, Toilet Self, Library Tabte,
PlneTables.l Farter Calendar Clock,
I KaleldoacdM. Knreka and Moss Mattreasea,
- 1 Wheel tt Wilson Sewtn Machine, la perfect
order, almost new;
Lady's Work Table, Book lticr. Loans.
Camphor Wcsd Drawers. Meal 8af , Bath Tt.
Crockery and Kitchen "lTare,
1 Famllj Carriage,
Black Walnut Bedsteads. Bareaaa. CatWa Onb.
Ewers and Basin. Work Banco, Jte, Jtc.
K. 1. AD ASS, JiutCr.
ON FRIDAY, JULY 8th, 1881,
At lO A. Jt. at Hale Koom.
BEY GOODS, CLOTHING
10 Cases Australian Butter,
Sacks Wheat, Corn ana Barter,
Corn, Onions, ic. Jtc, 4c.
For Account of Whom it May Concern,
The following Goods, damaged on vevage of Importation,
i "Zoe" from Liveruoal:
P 3 la trlsngeIeS390 Sugar Bags, damaged.
S.SU00 Iti ce Bags, damagwt.
P J in triangle, I piece t lush. Blaring, T8 yards.
8, 1 piece 4U inch BaggtBg, HI yards.
No. ti, 1 piece tJ inch Bagging, W yarns.
Term, Caah. g. r. ADAMS.Aacfr.
Saturday, July 9,1881
AT IS O'CLOCK NOON.
The Grey Mare ' SALLY BLACK,"
The Brown OeMInj"OBO.TEEAT,"
Ont Bay Carriage Team, dilve single or double;
One Bay Family Ilerse,
Saddles, Bridles, Combs, Brushes, Ac, Ac.
E.r. ADAMS, AuctV.
No' '. hereby tiven that ondn aa arfesvaf Uw fc
RMariTCoart made in Ihe E.ia. ot Jamaausa O'- stl, I
am directed to till, by ordrr ( Alex. i. Car' 'at,
AanaMstsator of tfcaasUJaraaala, !tVi:.
doc sod, at Public And ton . ,??.
ON SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1881,
AT 13 O'CLOCK 3L OF THAT DAT. '
At my Sales Room. Queen Street, Honololn. all tha
right, title and Interest of the takt Jeremiah O'NsH,
deceased, of, In and to
That certain Piece or Parcel of Land
Situate on King Street, Honolulu aforesaid.
And mors particularly described as follows i Csamtso
lng at a point where this boast and lot )ei as ihapresil.
sea of Ssranel Johusoa, porebased by taws from HiehariS
Roberts, and running along King street tin It join tha
premium now In the occupation of Pakfa cbtrk. aay
about ii feet S Inches, and mnnlng baek about no feet,
the width of the back Ntundary 13 feet, and bateg Lot
No. 5 of the block of buildings erected and seM by aald
Itlchard Itoberts on the lot of land prthaset by Mha
from A. Kaeo this being the most easterly portion of
said block. For further pirllculai a, laqabe af
E P. ADAMS. Anttr.
Or Czcu. Bnowx, Attorney at Law
Notice It hereby riven that under aa order of the
Court, made in the Estate or Edwant Evferett,
Sreme I am directed U stil by order ot Ahrx. J.
Administrator of the Estate or the saM Edward
Everett, at Public Auction
ON SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1881,
AT 1 J O'CLOCK SI. OK THAT DAT.
Atmy Sales Room. Queen street, Ilarwrala. Oako. aH
the right, title and Interest of the said Edward EvrrsK,
deceased, of, in and to
That certain Piece or Parcel of Land
Situate at Kulackahna Plains, Uouolaba, Oaha,
And more particularly ascribed as follows! Begtsainx
at the west angle of LnbflUo and PnBsaaota stress.
thence runnbg North 68 -IV Yst, Hm bearing 8 fi
along Lnnalilo street; Soulh 21 cr West, Has bssrhjg
ICUIcet along loUSU and S31: Soa-.i rtf a-
feet along Kinaa street: Swtb 21 W East,
Una bearing rt along PeasacoU strvrt to taMti
point; area 110,000 square feet.
For further particulars, Inquire of
Z. P. ADAMS. Aoa.
Or t'Ecn. Bcuwx, Attorney at Law.
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON-
200 HALF BARRELS
IN fbiuk cx)KDrriojr,
AXV FOB SALE BY
8S7 41 lm E. P. ADAMS.
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL,
TOO. M. LAWXOR & CO., Projrrfatart,
Entrances on Hotel, BichanU, and BeretasU Strrsta
FIRST-CLASS IH EVERY RESPECT.
Prices the same as Hotels tn Saa FnaaUca.
mnc TffOmOBT 1IBICK AXB UlTtTE
roof balMlns on Qneen Street, adielftfef UnSWa.
A Co., lately occupied byllalllster A Ce. aa a water
ALSO, the lower Hoar and cellar of
the salesroom and jtuasfactar? of aase&nt
Foe particular enqaire of
vn ut.L.sJvrjBja xr
J ztidrtg Saa Francisco, totakecenrrf (1
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