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It lit pleased Brr Eors Elthnts the Wimt
Segra w aaretct Hoseexb'e 3 H Karxxa. Post.
xaasrr6trl.v1eeA T ltnekwooel. Eseire, resign-
lout ruw.jir;ntii isn. nj a
Sxpzwaa Ctmrt of tie EnUu Talanfl.
Hoaolsla. Osl&u. as.
Br ThMtflkt aattMrtty la me vested ay the Cea-
ssHaliim a4 the Statate of tM Ktafdem, aad deem-
I kevrky eries, that the rrfwlar teem f the Olrtalt
Oowt tar the rcwtt JadictaJ Ctresrit to be held
sd?eswlsm, lsUM f KuiL OB the trst Tuesday In
oaf aae tsah day a SuHciafrer. X D. ISSi. at ten
Xttnes hand and the el cl the
umJ Sirok Osjart. at Hoeoeulo. tM Ka
Tf Jsej.A B. ISO.
tSiceesL) A. FKASCIS JUDH,
TVstAsec4ne 3t Sfrrigf Owat. rrelemlnr the
daaVssaT Mef Msrc. esxtBC the naMj of last
J. "W. EwsTTM. as beea spratntrd keeper of the
3HltoHBii at Wattae. Saa EehaU. Hasan.
Governess ef Hawaii.
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SVt lVlsc peer vr bee esjsastsssericd a
Aiaunm MstrMs erf ta Ktogaea
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licer.tta Eisiriaj in August, 1831.
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Tbe feHnri letter has been handed tons for
Eeuwjl, Kac, Jdj 1th, 1SS1.
Xfssr. IXJf, Jmdi and Cmtllr. Ani. Cam.
rwlOTftit CmHfft DxjlsSiss: I am in receipt
of tout cutout of June Kth, relating to
Oxkn Cofiecend the effort now beinc made to
endenr it. The least that I can do in acimovledg.
ScH.i to express ray hearty sympathy with the
proposed and to say that thooch
cnawe to as a donor, 1 hope that the
time xrffl come Then I may be permitted to do mr
share in aifasunp an in&utntion which, if placed
no the f ootisc proposed by you, cannot fail to
attract Kndentsmlarnnmbers. not only from,
rScoceia this ooeanTand from the continenu had very little knowledge.of what justico
eart, wrst and eocth of ss. i is he assumes that six men in this
the idea te impressed on the mind of every , attempted to acquit a prisoner upon hi:
wydt?ha?A'S,e1!bal,thox ! ? 0t ""; "
whom prosperity end fortune mt 'aid i' Byrah think this an unwarrantable assumption,
fin. that it would result alike in conferring honor Moreover it is a dangerous thing to begin
ZJfTxS??? saving that men who do not decide in a
d&tv which theT owe to Hawanans, to assist , .r . . ., - , .
erocdy in this educational endowment, there can way that suits the opinion gf the moment
be nodocbt that the fend would soon rweU be- J are "marked men." When men are called
yoad the .highest figures quoted in your circular : p to decide a question such as that
SiaaSSrSaSSSSSSS wWl Lwas put before the twelve . jurymer
a new era of csef olness and prosperity. , last Wednesday, they must decide as the;
Or, coaM some $serocs person be persuaded to f na from the evidence that is brought
hi own emaitor. and make a conditional t
hpm not thov tkiuk it bo
10rc tuem, not as inoy " "T "e
ciflol one or two hundred thousand dollars, pro-
Vided a like earn nrid be raised br others within agreeable to peoplo outside. When "We
a dated period, there can be no doubt that the begin influencing our juries by outside
eeadition wocM be complied wnh, and the college " opmion, we mav truly consider that jur
SStaaaataMaT trials have become a "farce.-'. A man whl
u4 tJjnsc a heartr in inducing
(tfber to aid in this wndertakinc.
I remain, gentlemen, wry truly yocrs.
H. M. Wi
hivSir ovaSiy of iu own. degnedior nse
in instruction and to give snch cf the jonng ladies
as may qualify themselves for it the means of
apesatere. or a Httle more, fitted with dock-work,
Tmrr""'?TV spectroscope, solar eye-pieces, and all
tae rapai accesriea. jara .lu oe, , aiso, a saaii
meridian crrfe. of the best construction, a dock.
.innmij!. mtaat and all tbe oidmarr too-
Eidixry appaTstin ; the whole forming a repel complete-astronomical
octfit, snch a is possessed by
-very few jot even America's best colkges. Tho
toul ezpesse wiH be not far troo guyXXX
Tho Gndnstiss Exercises at
Iread in a late copy of the
Pros as article written by somebody who ought to
i;-;. exercises at Pcaahon. Tnat is aj right.
Anybody has a right to criticise anything cader
iht Km. and to rjabtoh gach ciitfdsnisas wideiv as
poraible, and the public will lodge of the wisdom
jt foHr of the nm Bet it is cot all right to offer.
or to iasjnaate, a gravcitacs insaH to an honorable
3d industrious diss of psraU. The graduating
class boca&y earned their diplomas; and the
crsdsating part were prepared and written by the
Tjersons who defirered the sine m Dcblic and there
is tse cob of ifcesi who would not havo resented
with icdijurinn the offer of a part already pre-
pared. Allow me to ssggest a more cheerful -new
xsienteiy tslcrestd in boo or them, as ail faithful
pspilsdoyvill be very likely to have the same
trains ot thoaght snd ojnilar modes of expression.
Teiasindlaritywiihof course, wear off as
towards diSerentpcrssita,latat first be
If this cri&c will take & more hopeful
and enjoy, aa opportcnity offers,
Jfee 3csety of yocth who wocid seam to do a
false or a di&Qaanbte thing, life would be
r tad newsraper articles less Utter. All of
A. large Esnber of people were present at the de-
'pcrtareof the Steamer to bid adiea to the Bishop
of Ofba. tie scene ta qsle ammired as the
Jjb kit to wharf.
1ST KODC8 IN BXBTTS.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1S31.
TTmHoTii.HioiiMss tho Princess Ho,
4Via TTnn A. S. Clprhorn. and the Hon.
J. 31. and Airs. Kapena, left for Hilo
in tho steamer LittiOx yesterday. "Ye
sketched out tho inobablo routo that the
Princess would take, in our issuo of last
wrok. This has been a little chanced;
ii.sS4ssssr . s i
luxil lu auuuiiuu, ui - i ;'!
i t, MAlAlti4.nn rtf iar . Hfl
IlV UJf WaWiliUWM W A.A. , i
hear that tho corner stono oi
church will most probably be laid on
that day. Tho visit to Hawaii will necessarily
be a flying one, and will be doubtless
verv'fatiruiug; hut it will bo satisfactory
for'the Kegent too for herself what
tho condition of Hilo really is.
Io private letters have been received
from the royal travelling parry, but there
is a telegram to hand, dated London, July
10th, which says "Well will stay here
nn xiwt Jnild." and there are tele
graphic reports in tho newspapers of the
doings of tho King; some oi wnicn uv me
bye bear .on tho face of them tho marks of
fabrication. From all we can gather,' His
Majestv seems to be well entertained, and
to have received the attentions due to his
rank. On the 6th ho was present at a
banquet given by the Lord Mayor, the
report of which wo give below:
Losdos, July Majesty Kim; Kalakana
p&rtirijwUilin tko ffftiTitwn attendant
Keprwoti BnUsh CWoaiw. His
and sat an the right of the host and His Majesty J
an the left.
"We shall look forward with interest to
the mail of nest week, as we shall then
have detailed accounts of His Majesty's
movements. The party seem to be
speed, and we may possibly
expect to welcome them back in
ber or uctooer.
The news, by tho Lady Lamp and tho
ZmfaiMiia, in regard to President Garfield's
health is very satisfactory. The Prteidont
may be regarded as completely out of danger,
with little or no chanco of a relaise,
unices throueh imprudence, and that,
with the great medical care and constant
supervision, is not very likely. This intelligence
will be hailed with pleasure in
all parts of the world, and it will bo
especiallv so here, for it is doubtful, with
Vice-President Arthur nt tho head of
affairs, whether things would look so well
for tho continuance of tho reaty.
We see the question of what is to bo
done with Guiteau is now coming to tho
front Tho scoundrel certainly deserves
hanging, but we are not aware what law
will reach him, now that the President is
sure to recover. Of course had tho President
died, G uitoau would have been hanged
as a murderer. In some European countries
he could be reached under tho statute
for high treason, the penalty for which is
death; an attempt to kill tho head of the
executive could bo regarded as an act of
high treason and the man could be hanged;
Iwt as far as wo know, there is no statute
in the United States under -which Guiteau
can bo punished by death. His crime will
oomo under tho charge of an assault with
intent to murder and tho punishment will
be imprisonment- "Vo may be ouite sure
that the Court will iniposo the full penalty
of the law.
Another feature we notice in connection
with the attempted assassination, is that
while it was doubtful whother the President
-would recover or not, a fund -was
sakjeribed to bo presented to Mrs. Garfield;
according to one paper we see that
it has mounted up to according
to another 250,000. Tho question is now
being discussed, "What shall bo done with
the money T Some of tho subscriptions
were given only on condition of tho President's
death, others wero not. It is argued
that if tho fund is handed over to jlrs.
Garfield, it will still have tho appearance
of a present to tho President, and many of
the subscribers are people who, on his recovery,
will have favors to ask. "We
niav expect to see a good deal
of comment upon this fund.
The verdict of the second jury in tho
Bhodss case has given universal satisfac
tion: the people of this community felt
that an esampie ought to bo made, -which
would deter lawless men from practicing
their lawlessness amongst them. The
it l II Mt4ajtllT HP WJ rm
AA. Air CllO Ay UAlt i,ClUUa:y W1J JA
tho side of leniency. However, the apportioning
of penalties is the duty of the
judge, it is for him to take into consideration
the various circumstances of the case,
which frequentlv, even in tho best of reports,
never reach tho public
"We confess to having felt very much interested
in this case, to feeling that the
young man ought to bo punished, to being
somewhat disgusted that the first jury did
not come to a decision; but wo must protest
against such a letter as appeared in
the Prttt, signed "Justice. " Certainly the
jrentlcman who signed himself " Justice
i sits ou a jurj iuuisut uie uwuenco iraiu
, comes before him, and unless we conside
I that tho moiety of jurymen in this towi
tare venal or corrupt, wo have no right tc
brand inrvrnen. who vote at vnrir.ripfi
hcenbousnoss and other lawlessness. " W
are well aware, US WO Write this, that OUT
remarks will be very displeasing to many:
! but.we cannot help recording protest
against what we think is unfair, and wo
. certainly think the strictures of the;
Saturday Pro correspondent unfair. We
. ,. ,. , ,. it 7i u. itc
thoroughly behevo that the young man
oncht to be Dunished. we even tliink tri.it
his sentence should have been more severe,
but we can quite understand that reviewing
the evidence, some peoplo will not
think as we do, and wo do not think we
have the right to hold any one up to pub-
lie scorn because he hanriens . a. not . to do so
j In all matters we would wish to bc fair,
, sn WD wilt ask the city to think over the
matter, put feeling aside and judge fairly
, Of tho motives of those lurors we feel
, sure the Tinanimons verdict will be they
were wrong accoraing to the views entertained
by the majority of the citizens,
but they were no: wrong cither dis
honestly or dishonorably.
I A XCMEEB Of paragraphs, letters and
leading articles seem suddenly to have
SfA&l f press
Trpon the objects of the lung's tour abroad.
The most serious of them is the ono
lishedin the New York Timet; tho most
sensational is the article which has appeared
in the San Francisco Morning Call
of July Ifith. The former article insinuates
that the King is going to sell the
country to soma EuropeanPower; the
latter gives u highly-colored rehash of the
events of July, August, and September,
1SS0; between these two extremes are a
number of -articles in -various papers, more
or Iesa well informed. That there should
bo misstatements, about so small nnd insignificant
a Kingdom as this, is not to bo
wondered at People will not tako the
trouble to road what has boen written
about us, and will insist on regarding our
sovereign as tho head of n tribe of savages.
"Wo find this oven in tho San Francisco
F. cenaiy oub ""
wo do object to, however, is this talk . oi
.n Tslnnds loinir for sale, of the nationality
of this peoplo being an object of barter.
That there is no truth in it wo know? but
it is verv unpleasant to have this country
Stotna Tinmnrbi of this
nv it. TI.,.-1 rTlTiT.
w iaiu uu w.....
kind, once made, float about dangerously
i tMiKmnnV Tninili The TtOSSlbilUV" IS
presented to them, and some day might
possibly bear fruit May that day bo far
Ono grave mistake wo notice is mado
bv tho writer of an article in tho
Stnmi Union, and that is, that in tho
event of a chango of hands tho subjects of
TTinr KnUfcrmn -would bo too indolent to
Whoever wroto that
mnV nn v obioptions.
was certainly thoroughly ignorant of this
people. Tho desire for independence and
for a distinct national life is stronger with
them as their numbers havo grown weaker.
Tho Hawaiian, whatever faults ho may
have in tho eves of thoso who are not well-acquainted
with him who do not understand
his position, his peculiar civilization,
his temptations has one great merit and
that is patriotism. Let no ono think that
tho Hawaiian would be too indolent to
mako any objections. Tho Hawaiian spirit
would blare into light and with no mean
flame, let all bo assured.
But it is no use dwelling on this view of
the question. We have every hope that none
of our great neighbors are going to inter
fere witn us. as long as a goou uu eminent
is maintained, as onr justice is well
administered, our expenditures and taxation
are not too heavy, tho great nations
will unite in sustaining us. Tho history
of Hawaiian civilization is so unique, tho
experiment of a self-governed race of
Polynesians is so striking, that from a
sentimental view, if from no other, tho
nationality of tho Hawaiian must bo assured
Ox Saturday tho Uttptria was permitted
to enter tho port, and after tho passengers
had been examined, they wero allowed to
land. The city on Sunday morning fairly
swarmed with celestials: on foot, in express
wagons, in drays, a perfect stream of
them was setting from Fisherman's point
to China town. Wo wero saddened as wo
saw them march along : another company
of malos landed in a country already
over-burdened with an over-plus of male
population. When is this kind of thiutr
going to como to an end t And what will
be tho end of this kind of thing ! To tho
latter question tho reply is not difficult ;
it presents itself to tho mind of evory
thinking man ; it has been answered again
and again ; but to tho former question a
reply seems difficult to get. It is a question"
which ought to havo had an answer
last Legislature ; this was ono of thoso
truly vital questions which all thoso members,
who had the truo interests of tho
(vnintrv at heart should havo forced upon
the attention of the assembly, in spito of J
all opposition ; it km and u a question
which involves tho national life of this
peoplo far more than most peoplo imagipe.
ot only is tho unrestricted introduction
of Chinese, into a country regarded as &
danger by thinkers here, it has been bO in
tho States, nnd is at tho presentmomeiit
exercising tho minds of the politicians in
the Australian Colonies ; by this southern
mail, wo see that a bill is before tho Legislative
Assembly of Now South Wales,
which will, if passed, put a very heavy restriction
upon unauthorized immigration
of Chinese. Wo extract from tho 2 etc
Z"erW of tho 10th of July :
"The Influx of Chinese Kestriction Bill was read
a first time in the Assembly; under iU prorisiona,
vessels arriving with Chnieso on board perform
quarantine, whether there is. at the time of arrival,
or during the voyage, any contagion or infectious
disease, or not amougst the passengers. The number
of Chinese brought by any Tessel is to bo limited
to one for every hundred tons ot ttnnage of
the vessel. The master, or charterer is
made liable to a rjenalty of 100 for each Chinese
in eicess of the limitation. A poll-tax of 10 per
head will bo imposed on every Chinese arriving in
the colony, bv vessel or otherwise. Certificates of
exemption, in certain cases, maT be granted ty the
Treasurer. Chinese who are British subjects are
exempt from the operations of the Act."
Tho matter hns been in agitation for a
considerable length of time, and early in
the year, a memorial was forwarded to
tho imperial Government in London, by
tho combined Australian Governments reprobating
in strong terms tho action of
tha Western Australian Government which
had been offering a bounty to Chinese.
In thoir memorial they point out that
stringent measures have been proposed,
and in some cases carried, in six of the
Colonies, representing '2,500,000, souls to
keep out Chinese. In Quensland there is
a law of a restrictive character in existence,
at tho present day. In New South Wales
a similar bill has passed through the Legislative
Assembly, but has not yet received
tho assent of tho Legislative Council ; in
South Australia a liko measure was twice
passed by tho House. The memorialists go
on to state that they have agreed upon a
resolution " recommending uniform legislation
on the part of all tho Colonies to
restrict the influx of Chinese into these
Colonies." They next take up the action
of Western Australia, and say that tho
conduct of. that Colony, when thoroughly
known to the public, "will create throughout
tho rest of Australasia a strong feeling
of public disapprobation." The
deprecate the idea that they object
to the introduction of Chinese out of prejudice
of color or race ; they say their views
are " founded in a rational view of the dangers
to those British communities which
might in course of time flow from a peoplo
numbering more than whose
language, laws, religion and habits of life
are alien to those of Her Majesty's subjects
in Australasia, and whobe geographical
position renders them a source (if dan
ger." Finally a threat is held out that if
W cstern Australia persists in her course,
sho will be " Boycotted " by the othir Colonies.
Tho Home Government have not felt
disposed to take the matter up. Sir
Charles Dilke. in answer to a Question
asked on the fith of July, said that Her
Majesty s txovernment had no intention
of putting pressure upon the Chinese
Government to stop emigration to the
Australian Colonies. However, wo must
remember that tho home country has
virtually no Chinese within its borders,
and that it is very difficult to make states
I men in England understand the political
! and social dangers of the Colonies. For
ourselves, we'Xeel that every argument
brought forward by the Australians is
doubly strengthened" when applied to our
1 own country. They havo immense phys
ical lorce oenina uiem, ivaereas we,
are powerless. If 2,500,000 peoplo
fear tho unrestricted importation of Chinese,
certainly a country only possessing
60,000, or less, ought to be careful how
she admits them. We have here a subject
which cannot be discussed in one article,
nor in half a dozen. We have, after all,
only outlined the matter; to discuss it
thoroughly would require both considerable
time and space. We do hope, how
ever, that our few remarks will set men
thinking upon the subject. As we had
occasion to say some time ago, we have no
feeling personally against any Chinese.
We have the very highest respect- for
several Chinese gentlemen of our acquaintance?
but however great our respect
and liking may be, itdoes not blind
us to the dangers which this country runs
from nnrestricted Chinese immigration.
As enterprising adrtrtiser U
ot pamphlet copies of the Iterised New Testament
printed. These are to bo distributed Rrnfcs ;
but tbe firotand last pages are to contain
The idea is original, certainly; but we
doubt whether it will meet with uldo approval.
The Bishop ot Olba, accompanied by Father
Iieonoro and Father Anber, sailed In theZi&tfM
for San Francifco. The New .Bishop is to be consecrated
by Bishop Alemeny. Itisbetween2Iand
S years since any of. throe gentlemen hare been
away from the Islands. We wish them txm coyagf
and a safe return.
"Ve see by lie New Zealand paper, that the
was quarantined on her arrival at Auckland,
and that she 1 inded neither passenEers nor freight
If Sydney is regarded as an infected Fort, wo
think that the steamer from,there ought to be in
spected by the Fort l'hysiciin before she is allowed
to come along side our wharf.
Fiom a copy of the Dramatic Xtml we SCO that
Mr. Charles AVells, the actor, is now in New York,
and intends tov remain permanently in tho East.
In the same paper we see a little notice of the
Amateur nnjuore periormance ; is eaiu m u
been quite successful. We are told that Her Royal
Highness Frincess LikeUke, Hon. Mrs. Bishop,
and other members of the nobility, were among
the sisters, cousins, aunts, etc But the writer Rot
oif fairly into the realms of romanco when ho said
that the United States Minister Kesident, the
British and French Commissioners wero present
with their respective suites in court costume :
VTk wonder thntfcome enterprising person does
not put np a hotel at Wfaikiki. A properly conducted
place, nicdy fitted, woald pay. There arc
a great many people who would spend a few days
at snch a place, nnd some would even make an almost
parmancnt residence of it In former days
when water had to bo carted down tho thing was
out of the question, but now, with water pipes laid
on, there is no Ion yr that disadvantage to contend
against. We should imagine that a few cottages
in connection with the main hotel would bo found
advantageous. The mbjeet is well worth some
Tin translation of a letter from tho Chinese
Ambassadors at Washington to the Viceroy ot
Canton, was published in last week's Jdnrtiser,
which certainly requires some notice. It asserts
oa tho statement of Mr. Afong, that the Chinese
immigrants in all but twobhips, die Ho Chung and
Me Fx, had.no certificate from the Chinese Mandarin
at Canton ; that immigrants pledged
their bodies for tho passage money; that a suit
was broaqht to compel tho charterers to show why
they held these men, and that on the failure of tho
suit the men were disposed of as slaves. Such
KtatenienU ought not to pass unchallenged, and
we shall look forward for a very much needed
We understand that tho
hopes to make a personal inspection of the Post-offices
on tho other islands, during his absence
from Honolulu. We hope his personal supervision
will have some practical effect, ns we have had
several complaints about the lion-delivery of letters
and papers lately, both on Hawaii and Mnui.
If he can intill into the country Postmasters a
little mora care in. fortius and delivering their
ninils. bis trio will not havo been in vnin. Tbe
postal delivery in some districts ot Hawaii is far.
irom KUlSlHCIury ; IU ln(UMt.l. luo luau lunu tun
not carry newspapers j this might be just for largo
packages of newspapers, but certainly the number
of single copies taken in the district cannot be
verv large. At present one or two people receive
their papers put up inn large emeiopo ana paia
for at letter rates, a very great expense. Wo trust
the will look into this.
WnES the steamer Ztalumlia arrived, the Captain
round that the usual courtesies which it has
been the habit of tho authorities to extend to tho
mail steamers, would not bc extended to him, un-;.l
Lt. h.id made n satisfactory explanation of his
conduct on his last passage to Sydney, when ho
landed passengers nt this port without any communication
with the authorities. An explanation
has been mado and accepted. Cnpt. Chevalior says
that he had strict orders from the Company not to
bring his ship into Honolulu harbor, on account
of the. small-pox: that he was unable to come in
tbe bait ashore himself, oshli presence was
e on board his ship; that he gave his officers
orders not to land the passengers unless it was
quito agreeable to the shore authorities; and that
his officers siiid they lind been told that everything
was all right. Wo are glad the oxplimtion
has been made, nnd we are pleased that the Government
were arm in tho matter. In consequence
of this little difficulty the Zmhitdia lost some ten
hours. Sho was not allowed to begin loading out
of regular hours. .
A shout time ago, onr elderly contemporary
became virtuously with us, because wo
said that young men were tempted to visit
houses ; indeed if wo recollect correctly he
said the chtrge was libellous. We nro well aware
that tho editor of a paper is not responsible for
the opinions of his correspondents ; but it does
seem a little anomalous for a paper, which
criticized our article stronjjly, to allow tho following
statement to appear in its columns. It is publishing
what has already been condemned as
libellous. "If, on the occasion. thosa employers
who called on tho Gi2ctte Bcribe (providing they
did), ho would not have laid himself so liable to
be contradicted had ha solicited theso employers
to viMt certain dens in Chinatown, and the rooms
of many young clerks who visit these densnnd
play nt cards in their homes, night nf tei night,
besides spending their time in billiard saloons,
throwing dice, etciC.l." Thisblowinghotand
cold, favoring one thing to-day becanso it serves to
make a point against some one, and pitching in to
it to-morrow when it has ceased to be useful for
that purpose, cannot inspire anvone with the
steadiness of purpose of anyone who allows himself
so to veer round.
Miss, Ansis Mcstaooe and Mr. Charles Turner,
in whoso career all Honolulu takes an interest,
havo been playing in lirisbane. Tho
are very much pleased. The
up to the time of writing were "Faust,"
Mariuina," and "II Trovatore." The Qnetnilatmir
E.1V&: "As ilarguente jiiss Jionuigue scarcely
suffers bv comparison ith some of the leading
soprani wno nave acnieved reputations
by their assumption of this character. She not
only sings the music perfectly, but her acting is
instinct with the grace and innocent tcndemes3,
wuichso strongly move one's sympathy for the
haplefa "girl, who falls a -victim to diabolical
machinations, and the pathos of her awakening in
prison to the misery that has turned her reason,
and the love which sho cannot forget, was most
admirably rendered. Sho was admirably supported
by Mr. Tnrner as Faust." Speaking of Miss
Mcntagne'8 rendering of that exquisite bit. the
"King of Thulc," tho same piper says: "No
description of Miss Montague's rendering of this
quaint melody, interrupted as it is by musing con-
etnrrs nlxmt tbe kindlv strancer. could dve an
idea of the extreme delicacy and beauty of the
nerformance. The perfect case with which this
Udy sings, conveying as it does, even in her
Lnissimo passages, a sense of reserved power, adds
very greatly to the charm of her singing, nnd her
power of expression is so sympathetic tnat no
cadence of her voice ever fails to convey the seuti
ment she intends." The houses are said to havo
been crammed. Wo are glad to hear of the con
tinned success of our friends.
Ukdeb the Order of the President of the Board
of Health, the Port Physician boarded thaJTaperia
at an early hour on Saturday, accompanied by Police
officers Ileynolds, Fehlbehr, Tell and others.
Lighters towtd by the Waimanalo tng came alongside,
and were made fast. Tbe examination of
passensera then began. The men were brought
forward one; bj one, and stripped to the waist, and
very deliberately and minutely examined by the
i'ort irnyaeian. A3 eacn man leit nis uanas, ne
was passed ovej tbe ship's side with his baggage.
S50 were then sent away and taken over to the
Guarantiee stations nt Kakaako. to await the re
sult of the examination of those left on board, tho
instructions of the Prcient of tbe ifoanl being,
that should anv case of small-pox be discovered,
or thccld an -grounds of suspicion appear, tho
wnuie proceeoingB were iu uv uvcu m uuvv. jna
230 having ben rent off en shore, the examination
wan resumed. The middle holds wero cleared of
passengers and carefully searched by the Polico
Uiacfrs, and UU were men examined ana passea
below and an officer stationed: to allow no ono to
come on deck. The fore holds were then dealt
with the same way, and the rest of tho .men sent
below. All the rest of the ship, even to the
was next searched, and it seems impossible
that any sick men, if there were any, could have
escaped detection. Tho officers and crew were next
inspected. They numbered 22, and ell showed
marks. The women and children
who had, been sent right aft were lastly looked
over, of cocrve less minutely than the men. The
total number of passengers proved ta be 773 The
result of the inspection was at once communicated
to the President of the Board of Health, and as
soon as certain, necessary preliminaries could be
got through, the vessel was released from quarantine,
and the passengers act at liberty to go whit&er
HOUSE OK ALAKEA STREET.
door above llottl Strut, uewly papered and
Ahoureos Pnucbbowl Street, between BeretlaU St
and Pajaee Walk, for parttadari i apply ; to
&g! rSl DB. McOEXW. Hotel St.
K. F. BURGESS,
iminMBt tb X3TJX2J2? BXt,
SHOP. COB. KIXG AXD ... STS.
EitJmates (tlvra i on sU klnaa cf. balldinr. Wh;
oolrvd. OSefi sad Store acted op ia the latett Elites.
na frfc. BfralrlDS of every iietcrlpllos dose is
the bet puuu maaacr. and at reatouable rates.
TWO-STOUT BRICK A3fl StATX
Tne buIkUaz on Qatm Street, adjofnln: BoIIta
ti Collate occupied by HeUliter t Co. u warehouse.
ALSO, the lower fiocr sad cellar of the boildlnff for
ly the f alearoom aad manufactory of tame flna.
For particulars esquire of . .
al HOLUSTEB CO.
Tho Lara How.
Wo publish bolow, extracts from letter wo have
received about tho Lava Flow. The progrea, this
last week does not seem to havo been Ttry rapid,
still it has been progress, and the fiery monster
seems to be slowly, but surely, making its way
what, In all probability. Is a dooratd town.
Tho distance of tho Lath Flow from the lea has
at last been accurately measured, as will be teen
by our second extract. This la by far tho largest
flow, in time, that has ever occurred in the memory
of man. By the bye, a friend of ours Informs cs
that the Jdnrtistr is erroneous in his statement
about tho length ot time that the 'G and '3 flows
ran : the former ran C months, and the litter 13
weeks. Our informant is a resident on Hawaii, so
wo presunio his corrccticn U just, but wo havo not
had time to -verify it wo will look it np'for next
Extract from a private letter, dated Hilo, July
Last Monday, the 25th instant, the distance from
tho end of tho Kuknan flow to the sea was chained
oS. It measured ono chain less than two and
miles to tho sea, straight coarse by compass,
and carao out by the old residenco of tho
tioverness Lnka by tho shore ...
On Tuesday of this week (L"Cth instant) we took
our tent, ana went np as a family, to camp out,
and see tho grand sight of a night -view. We found
Mr. and Mrs. C going up, and asked them if they
would like to join ns, which they were glad to do.
We sent E, F., and K. ahead with pack animals,
and they mado a good selection of a site for the
tent, and when K and I arrived after 5 o'olock
r. Jr. the tent was all pitched. It was on a hill
overlooking tho now, only niew ieet aihtant, ami
took In a range of a mile or more, and when tho
night shut in, the whole distance was lighted up
with tho volcanio fires, with burning bushes, and
trees, and grass to add to tho variety. It wa. tho
most fearful sight I ever witnessed, and with tho
frequent explosive reports liko cannon. It needed
onl an earthquake to onset mo entirely. Tho
sight is heightened ten night, for
iturings out light at every crackwhero only smoke
issoonbyday. It would tako a mightier pen than
mine to describe it.
One very wonderful thing is tho sight of a showor
of rain on the hot lava, lt struck mo as wonderful,
bocan) tho effect is so different in the shades
of tho clouds of smoke. One will boas black as
darkness itself, then another of a lighter shade, or
shades, down to the clearest, purest white. The
effect of this is astoniihing, and after tho cloud is
lifted, everything on fire svems to act almost spiteful,
in bursting out nfnuh with brighter light, and
renter speed rushing on, flames tapping up the
ropier water as if only heightened by it. Ion
can iuigim anything. FlamM diuco out in tho
distance by groups or singly, and I could hardly
think of anything. but infernal spirits beckoning,
and dancing, and rushing, tanning themselves
with flame. ..,,...
Lights of deepest red are mingled with blue,
green end white, flashing sometimes like lightning.
Fortunately for us there was a strong land breeze
all night, which kept us free from tho fumes,
though occasionally 1 did smell sulphur. Our tent
was so Becure there was no need to move away during
tho night. We bad frequent showers, but did
not suffer from dampness.
We could not sou the end of tbe flow and did not
learn how far it progressed during the night; but
it was active, all over, bursting out and flowing on
itself over and over again, piling up and filling in.
The day wo came down ( Wednesday, 27th) there
was a great outbreak at John Hall's place. The
children stayed to tako down the tent, and they
said there wero three reports like thunder before
timv r.imn down, in that direction. Mr. S. and
others went right up there, and saw the whole Bput
rise up and then hurst out, flowing all around from
i t; -;.! il.m
tue centre, ninaing a j&iuu ui cfaict luwc
TliU John Hall Is theonlrono as vet that has
lost his home by tho lava ; but be H a man of
much heathenism, behoving in old traditions a
eort of Ho had put up flogs around hU
place and said that I'elo would not dare to
those; but he has been obliged to leave, though ho
stayed so long it was almost feared ha would bo
swallowed up. It does seem strange that that spot
should bo the centre of so much activity. "
Tho following is from the pen of a gentleman
just returned from the flow :
Probably no two persons will agreo in their estimates
of the distance between the end of the lva
flow and the sea. Nor would they be likely to
agree ns to how far the liquid Are must travel
it wunld reach Hilo t Ono point has been
definitely ascertained, by taking the measurement
Ironi tue cnu ox mo now w uie uc.icu, wuicu wna
fnnml in Im two nnd miles. This
ursnicnt held good only for the day oa which it
was made, (.Alonuay laitu.j name lava conuuueu
to move onward, tbougn uot very fast, on Tuesday
there was buthtUo action nt tho end of tho flow,
ilut further up, perhaps a mile and-a-halt nbovo
tho plnco known as John Hall's, there was seen a
very large column of steam or smoke, Boveral persons
went up to ascertain. The canso they report
is a now out-burst which had taken place, and
which seemed to bo throwing out a stream of lava
at least ten feet in width which ran very rapidly.
Thusday morning this new flow had reached a
point below tho ravine near John Hall's. From
the deck of the steamer LiltliU could be seen the
smoke arising from tho source crater, which together
virions streams issuing from t(io
main flow, nil showed unmistakable signs of increased
UK PUBLISHED IX
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nnrf Frnnnmiml methods to the gTStem obtain
ing on the Hawaiian Iclauils, which are scCttlng from
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with ndmeroaa concomitant cvlfe; and
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outfits of Telephonic Instruments of the latest
pattern 6, Including the celebrated Blake Trans raltier.'
We will also furnish estimates to erect private Telephonic
lines on the other Islands. Kor particulars,
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WILL ATTEND TO ALL
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Office and Stalls at Hawaiian Hotel Stables.
Orders left at O. West's Shoeing Shop
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Lewcrs Cooke, Jim. Simon Kaal, Geo. P. Castle, II.
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SCHOOL OF COOKERY RESTAURANT,
Between Merchant and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
rrniiK r.xL.tniK3iKT oftiiih iioihe
B. alterations and additions bttagconiplete. I have
seven rooms, newly furnished, to let. Bath Boom with,
shower and all modern improninesl!.
S. B. No Celestials employed In this Home. All
the convenleadea of a First Claas Hotel.
Meals, sit All Hours ia the Restaurant.
Breakfast S to 8 p. m. Dinner 12 to 2 p. m. Sapper S
to 7 p. in. Board 2 00 per week. Single Meaif a cents.
Board and Eesldecce f UI per week, br the day or
month, as pes agreement. Acknowledged br all
The Best Cooking In ilonolnln, Bar 'one.
AltO, the creates t liberality In all airanjemeats.
1 AS-im ALFHEDH.HOCOHTQy.Prop'r.
THE HAW. BARK "KALE,"
lias Jnst ArrlTdl With An Assorted Cargo
TV 111 W
H8 EVERY imE
43-For particulars apply to
861 4 In II. HACgPXLD t CO.
THE 11EYISED NEWTESTAHENT
COPIES OP THE ABOVE
BOU2TD assorted bindings, Jnst Received.
Another Invoice Expected Shortly,
Also, Jut Issued the Fourth Edition of
THE HAWAIIAN PHRASE BOOK
TOE SALE BT
BQIm WHITNEY A BODEgTSOS.
T7X BKTKE " WBESTIsER' APKTls
M u. -mm. a. USS irTsT jV 7rt
Ui 23, 1531. aror sue ny
H. MAY tfc Co.
BARK KALE. FROML OHDON
FOR SALE IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT
Cases ratras Currants, In 4 pound tins:
Case rtr Currants, In 11 pound Una:
11 DOZEN EACH;
Case Morton'a Tickles, 3 doten each;
Cases Oxford Saasasn,
Case Scotch Ited IlevrlnK. 13 la raehtln;
Case Kippered Iterrinfi, la small tlnaj
Case Yarmouth Bloaters, tn smalt tins ;
Case Flnnoa Haddock, In small tins;
Cases ftcund Oatmeal, apdohd tint;
Case Fine Oatmeal, 4 pound Dot;
Casts Pearl Barley, 4 pound tin ;
Case Xcapolltai Macraronl, 4 lb. tins
Cases Neapolitan Vennleelll, 4 lb. tin;
Case Whlt Pearl Sajjo, 4 an J5 lb. tins ;
Cases Tapioca, 4 and II lb, tins;
Case Jamaica Olnjer.T lb. tin;
Case Whole Cinnamon. 7 lb. tins ;
Cases Caraway Seeds. Tib. tins;
SETDLITZ POWDERS, la tin boxcai
Case Cream Tartar, In 7 pound tinst
Cases Cream Tartar, in 5 pound Jars ;
Case Split Feat, in Tpounc. tin;
Case Jlortoa'f Jam. In I and 3 pound tin;
Case Chocolate De Saote, In 7 pound tint;
Cases Moon's Cocoa and Milk, In K pound tins;
Case Wellington's Knife rollsh. In small tin;
Case Lelclz' Extract Meat, In small ar;
GASES TIPPOSAIB CURRIE POWDER,
Case lUth Brick. 2 doicn In each case;
Cases Imperial Flums.lnSpoundlars;
Cases Muscatel Kalsins, In H bore, forth tab!;
Cases East India Chutney Sauce, In quart buttle;
Cases Caster Oil, in 4, K, and pints;
Cases Salad Oil. In pints andll pints;
Cases Flckled White Onions, pints ;
Case Nutmejj, In 7 pourd tins!
Cases Citron. Lemon, and Orange Feel, In 7 lb tin ;
Case Ground Cloves, In glass;
Cases Ground Cinnamon, In glat;
Case Ground Ginger. In glass;
Cases Ground Apices, In glass;
Cases English Btawn, small Jtr;
Case Malt Vinegar, for table us;
Case Raspberry Vinegar?
Cases Itaspbcrry Syrup,
Cases 5 oyer's ltellsh.
Case Ulack Currant Jelly, 3 pound tins:
Cases Eed Currant'Jrlly, 3 pound tins I
Cases Raspberry Jam, 2 pound tins;
Case Strawberry Jam.2 pound tins;
CASKS DAY & MAUTIJTS BLACKIXO, In Jar.
FltOH CROSSE & BLACKWELL'S :
f Pure Tablo Vinegar, quart bottle;
Cases Easpberry Vinegar, pint bottle;
Cases-Raspberry Syrup, pint bottles;
Cases Lemon Syrup, pint boitlcs;
Case Raspberry Jsta, 2 pound tin;
Case Strawberry Jam, 2 pound tins;
Cases Red Currant Jelly, 2 pound tins;
Caie Black Cnrrant Jelly, 2 pound tin;
Case Calves Fout'Jelly, quart bottles.
On Hand, and to Arrive,
About Ten Days from San Francisco,
Casks WhUtaVer Star Hams,
Caeci Breakfast Bacon, utrraky;
Cases Eastern Codfish. IU) pound ench ;
Cases Bouclc Codfish. 30 pounds e.ich;
CASES CALIFORNIA ROLL BUTTER, FOR TABLE;
Kegs California Butter, gilt edge. SO pound each ;
Boxes California Cheese. 2 lu each box;
Boxes Edam Chrese, 2 In each box;
Case California Lard. In 5 and 10 pound tin ;
Cases Fairbanks Lard, In 5 pound palls;
. Kits Salmon Bellies and Mackerel,
Dutch Herring?, In kegs;
Farsgon Mackerel. In tins. S pound each;
Salmon Bellies, In tins, 3 pounds each;
Salman, Beau Ideal, In tins, ) pound each;
Salt Salmon, In i kits
Kegs Family Fork, 23. CO and 100 pound each ;
Australian Meats and Soups, 2 pounds each;
Australian Butter, In tins, 13 pound each;
Cases Llbby Cooked Tongues, 2 pounds each ;
Cases Llbby' Corned Beef, 2 pounds each ;
Coses Llbby' Head Cheese, 2 pounds each;
Case Pig' Feet and Tripe, 2 pound each;
Case Gnlf Shrimps, 2 pounds each;
CS. HUCldlt'S MOCK TURTLE SOUP, 2 1-2 LBS. EACH
Case Huckin'a Tomato Sonp, 24 pounds each;
Ilncklns Irish Stetv,2)S pound tlni each;
Huckin'a Stewed Calves IIead,2H pound tins each;
Cases California Meats and Soups, 251 lb. tin each;
Case Bologna Sausage,
Cases Uevilled Ham,
Cases Assorted Totted Meats,
Cases French Peas au natural.
Cases French Peas in Butter,
Cases Freneh Mushrooms,
Case Sardines In U and K tin.
Case Sogar Feasand Corn, 2 lb tin.
Cases Lima and String Beans, 2 lb tins.
Cases Succotash and Asparagus, 2 lb tin,
Case Bordeu Brand,
Case Svlts Coffee and Milk,
Cases Haricot Verts,
Case East India Chutney,
Cases Sardine In Mustard,
Cases Koblnson's Patent Groats snd Barley,
Case Imperial Cranum fur children.
Cases Prnne for stewing.
Cases English Plum Pudding, 1 and 2 lb tin.
Cases Columbia Biver Salmon,
Cast MeMurray' Oysters, "
Case Fresh Mackerel, I lb tin,
Cases Fresh Lobster, "
Cases Fresh Quabanqs, M
Case Lewis' Tamatoes. 3 lb tin,-Cases
Lewis' Porkand Beans, 3 lb tins.
Boxes California Maccaronl and Vermicelli,
Cases Oatmeal, Corn Meal In bags, 10 lb each,
Case Rye Flour and Meal, ' "
Cases Cracked Weat,IIomlny, " '
Cases Graham Flour, Oaten Grits,
Cue Table Peaches, Pear, Plum, Aprlcoti,
Quinces, Grape, Cherries, Apple and
Strawberries In cases. 2 doz each.
Cases California Assorted Pie Fruits, 2 doz,each,
Ba;s Soft Shell Almonds,
Bag English Walnuts,
Bag Pink and White BeanH,
Bag Green Pea. Bag Lentil,
Cases Homoeopathic Cocoa, in tim 7 lbs each;
Cases French Chocolate, In Jars 12 lbs each.
Case Borden' Condensed E;ge,4 doa each,
Casss Maltby's Prepared Cocoannt,
Case Cnlils Browne's Ersesce of Ginger,
Canes California Assorted Jams,2dox each.
Case California Assorted Jellies,. "
Cases Scotch Orange Marmalade, In I and 2 lb tins.
Cases Lewis' Pickled Oherklns, K and 1 gall Jars,
Case Durkce's Salad Dressing,
Cases Mushroom and Tomaio Catsup,
Cases Doret's Olive Oil very fresh.
Cases Muffed Pepper,
Case Tobasco Sauce,
Bases Anchor? Sauce, In glass.
Cases Cotman'a Genuine Mnstard, in K, 2 and 4 lb
Cases Sea Island Moss,
Case Qtsten. Spanish and French Olive,
Cases Aswrted Caudles, In 7 lb tins.
Case Rojal Bklc Powder,
Case Preston X Merrill's Teast Powder,
Boston Balry Salt, In 10 lb bags.
California Salt, In 10 lb bags Crown Bran3, .
Hemp, Canary and Iispe Sted,
Fine Japan Tea, In S snd SO lb boxes.
Fine China Tea, In S and SI lb boxes.
Fine English Breakfast Congou Tea,
5 lbs each,
Golden Gate Extra Family Flour. 30 lb sjcli.
Golden Gate Graba-n Flour, CO lb sacks.
Oregon Oat. California Bran. Wheat,
Corn, Barley, Ground Barley and Ground Cora,
Dowser' Kerosene Oil,
A Full Fresh Garden Seeds.
CRACKEIIS AND CAKES:
Tin and half tin Taffy, Jenny Llnd and Ginger Cakes,
Sle Kacs. Wine. "Water. Wafer, Soda, Milk, Santa
Clara and Aeiorted Crackers.
A'rie California Potatoes, SUttr Skh Onions,
etc. &e, Ac. &c
Fine Old Kona Coffee Boasted nnd Ground
SO 472t 68 TOsVT ST. Kcmoltdtx.
a laht wnnat a mitcati0S as
erne. Woald do ome ewlne If desired. Aiitttt
Governess. Horth KohsJa, Hawaii. MO Sm
BABMTT, ', BIIAJf, conN,
Wheat and Slay, per ' D. C. Mamr' and "W. H.
5'TTPilESIB COURT OF THX KA-
S wsllsn llanel. lo. Prebat. l.ltfc
deeestcd. At Chamber. bsfwoM'. Jsstlee J.
nXd. of distribution of th. property taelM
hand to the; persons tl.nto tlUa. w
Mil hi itfrtltl from all fsnht rtspowrMBty as
WedVrcJP.t TCT5SDAT. th.ttis dajrof
tast at 10 o'clock A C &rri lb
Justice, at Chamber. !n Court H at H-K
.b.Bdthaaw hfrtoy Is appointed u ths tte
ind place for hrtSW P11"" a.fT
that all perton tntsestrd my then 4 Iker smsr
antfanoVea... if T 'bry ftv. v.y la Mm. iM
5nt hi erantnL and nsy pressnt vMne t wka ar
MtlUeTS "S ild P0Vty And lid . g
English and Hawaiian tang.. " paMted (a
the - llawsllsn O.setts" sort Spep Ea j.im.
ATnm JUe of the Supreme etre.
A Itosa. Deoutr CVetk. U
4'OSJKT OP TUB MAWAIIAX
SI1PKEJ1B Bankruptcy. In the matter of L. B.
KERlt, a voluntary BankrupL Kotlco for eltoks cf
A"oUne7f herebv given that a meUe of th ertdltart
who have prated debts against the said L. B. Kerr ta
the amoont of $W oe mors, will b hM at th meet's
ome of ths Suprems :oart l Uonotala, oo WSD.t SS-DAY.
lb 3rd niy of ACOt'ST nt. st ojjoek A. JL.
for the purpose of electing AMlgam ot aatd Saakrajt
rt!li.. JnlT 19. 1S8I. MS
COCHT OF TUH HAWAII
SUPItEMlS In Probate la th E-tit
ot W. DAIIT. of llouokaa, Uawalt, deceased, lotcsUt.
Before Mr. Jostles McCully. .
On readln and th petition of B. T. BoHes.of
Honolulu. Island of oahu, alleging that It la emtHor
ofW l)rU who died Intrsute at said Iloooksa. oa to
lSth.dsyof July. A D. ISM. and IpTaylnr last sett. of
administration Issue t J II MUU. of saM ltanotsa
II t ordered that TIIUrtSDAT tiellta. day of An.
cast, A. D. ISfl. b and herebr I sppolnled for Desrtne;
said petition before the said Justice, lo the Ctmrt roam
of this Court, at Honolulu, at which Urn end pise alt
person concerned raay appear sad show cat. If say
they have, why saM petmn should not b gratfd.aa4
that thl order bspnbltshrd In the English snd Baw.
llan language for three successive weeks la th Hawaiian
Gsaett" aad "Kookoa" newspaper la
luted Honolulu, n. x. amy in, ji. u. int.
Jostlco of tho Supremo Court.
Attest! A. Rosa.
Deputy Clofc. tW
MORTGAGE rOSZCLOSITEE SALE.
At'ClllIUlXT. WITH A POWER or
JX contained In a certain tnoTtsaewslveii
kane to Capt. James Make. dat"d Jury a, 191S, recorded
Liber 2d, page PS, th underslgntd gives notice thai h
Intends to forecloso Mldterlgsr fortDdHa bra en.
and will sell at public sariton ta premise, ar a portion
thereof, descilbed la said mortgage atpubM sao
tloa In Honolulu on
Saturday, tho 27th da? of August, 1881,
at 12 o'clock H. of said day. at the aaelloa room of S.
1. Adam. Tne premises 10 p ssm consist or two ater
of land In Pobskuunl, Wsiehu, Maul, grsnleil to Xeaal
by Koyal Patent 0IW. Said premise ar snHaW for
Kalo or Cane land, aad are well sluated.
further particulars can be had at the e&r of Cast!
Dated, ltnootola. th 9Mh day of July. Wt.
PAlUiEU MAKBE, for t& U.Mrs of J as. Vakee.
Alsli PAltTlKS 1IAV3XO AXY
hbrss nr eail besestloe to ta Estate f th
late THOMAS MEEK, wtthlila btsad. ate esattoasd
against changing lh saaie. er setltag saeb aorse r
cattle, under penalty of prosecution.
U. 0. C1MBUE.
Trnsceo aad Administrator,
Estat of Thomas Meek, deecased.
llonolnlo. July lSlh. lfSI. WB o
TnK U2KRSIGKD TIATKfO
been appointed, by the Supreme Court, Troste
and administrator of ths estate nfth tat THOMAS
MEEK, of Honolulu, hereby notifle all parties Indebted
to said estate, to make immediate psymeat to ths
undersigned ; all parties having prvperty ta Ihelreksre
belonging Co said estate are requested to nrttfr tjk
administrator of the same wflBtmt delay. Alt partie
having claim against ssM esisle are rwiesld to
present the same dale aaihtnttealed, ta the asder.
signed within six monihs, erthey will be rrvTrbsmti.
II. O. CR.VHBE.
. . .. T""".n'1 Aitaitalstrator
Estate of Them Meek, deceased.
Honolulu. July Itth. KM. aats
Commissioaer'g Sale of Seal Eitate.
B Y VIKTUK OP AN OF
at, bv the lloaorable. CHAIiMtS r KaRBl
Chief Jastlee of the Sapreme Court. lMedoatsa
day of Janusry, A U. 1WJ. ths undersigned wtH ssrt sa
OH THURSDAT, AUGUST 18, L D. IS3I, IT 13, U.
At the front door of Alllolsnl Hale, ill th riht. tttt
and Intsrst which the said CHAttLEs K.SaIX,.
deceased had of la or to the following parwH f UJ
lluated in Keeleipopo. an III of Pauhale. KHU,0t.
and boandrd a follow: E boanaks. au kc llbl Akaa
e hele ana. Hem. W Ko. I suit kl. ma ka salens a a
Ohule. malsil aka n,m. HI. I 0.TX snl. ns kanaka!
malaU aku Ak. SI HL I XJO kl ma ka pales Loco
o Ananoho, malalla. aka Ak. ttk'o.l 0.7S kaai. au k
palcn kuia a hikl I ka bootnsta ana. Maleko kel
Apana I kaulahao hulnaha a ol Ikl aka. a nut tkl
asddeed at expense of parahsser.
Any person Ue,lrln Informitloo lo reused to tit
above described Breads, ean hav ta san ar
W. v. TARKE, Comalsstoaev.
Honolulu, July Hiai. east
Mortgage Porecloauro Sale
TN ACCORDANCE IVITH
er of Hh contained Is a eerUIa mortgage riven br
hAADIAKACAHI aad III'LIPEE 13 ffoROK 1
WILLIAMS dated th July 1877 recorded UberU ssk
l. the ondersttaed rive notice that hs Intends to
said mortgage for condition broken aad wtK sell
at public auction the premise er a perttm thereof,
described In i aaMmortgag at pabik aacUsn la Bono.
,8,h DA f ACOD3T. HB1.
at 12 3L.nl said day, at tho auction roomer i. f.
Adams. The premise to be sosd coostsi of certain
tract of land In WsUhol aad Walkaae, Oaha. tsJ.
able for IUc. Kalo, Jtt. and centalnlac over thra
iH'' ?i2S. Prtleularly let forth In EoyU Patent
Ts4l ft! two.
Further particular can bo had at In offle of Ctatta
Dated, Honolulu th 19th day of July. WW.
oftltt OEOttOE C. WlLLIAMa
Mortgage Foreclosure Sale.
TN ACCOUBANCLl WITH A POTT-
o. er or sale lu a eertala fffvea tor
JIEEMAJiO to OEOKOK C. WIIXIAMtfoated 1st o?
Vv7,VI5 ."?" .V"'? .Mwa. n.
.w. umngaiivs, IB
sires notice that he intends to forties said
for conditions broken and win sell at pabUe
auction the premises er a ponton thereof, described la
said mortgage, at public auction la Renotara. oa
THUKSDAT. the 18th day of AUODSTjSMtHML"
aldday.at tho auction too of E. P. Adam. Y
premises to be sold consist of ever seven acre of da
cane land, suitable also for a balWIog sK at Kanroae
In Pnnalun. near the Ksneoh chirth, descrKetf la
deed recorded In Liber. 48, pz49.
Further particular can be had at th office of Casts
Dated Honolulu the Ith day of July. seBt.
B4t GEOBOE C. WILLIAMS. .
Mortgage ForecloaTore Sale.
OTICK IS UEKEBY, GtVKN
N' """'' ... A . -
thvt nan ma sjuijuii.
.wv v. M i w,.u mj m . m. xistca, oaira umt a
day of May. I8TJ. th Mortgagee Intends to foreeissMta
said mortgage fur condition broken, aad to sH ta
premise therein described at Pnblle AseMea. aj
on SATl EDA i . th soth dy of AtOBST. im.
at 12 M.. of M dav at Auction Boom of E. P. Adam.
The premise to be sold. Consist of 'over V. acre of
flne cane land at Kolo.ua In Uamakaa. UawaB. am
fully described In KoyI Patent SM7 to Haaka.' Tor
further particulars, eaqolre of Cs.tla A Hatch.
Dated Honolulu, 19th day of July. 181
f. M. HATCH.
NOTICE IS IIEKEBY GIVEN,
thst. under the provision of a eertala CTorfeix
made by KALACOM.ISO w to M. MelSERSr SslS
the th i day of Uy. IS7A, recorded Hber M, page 3K,
end by him assigned to Francis M. Hauh, the nU
assignee. Intend fo for" lose sakt mortaaz fee coadt
tlon broken, and will sell the enessfsnoclsedax
Bubllc acBtwm In Honolulu, on BATIBDAT tk'9i
AYofACOUST. KeH.at a o'ekK -k. M of saM dr
at the Auction Boom of E. P. 4daan
The premises to b sold eoasist of several valaaU
.Spifl"",n FafcHia. adjoining ihemsqka poniea
of th rte pisnlatton. well sad eoaiaMair
over one aer. fall described la El Psteat as
For farther partkaUn apply to Castle sk Hateh.
Dted. Honolulu. Jnly lio. VU X' "ATt,1jnI u
TIIE UNDEIJSIONED ITBREBY
. V?.'el"'eVvUu;,ir WILLIAM DAET. of Hoo-
kxs. Island of Hawaii. Hawaiian Island. suUuVojt
mad an itjDmeot of all hU good eaiU. wirei
nSJjVr ",B "T k aplasteaSst
nrIo5l.,S7rEsBtiS,' auUwatlcate oa or beta a.
Contractor and Eiiilder.
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liesldence, Xo. SS AUlieo, tUmU
t?ilfnfi ffttswfaftstl 4 ..- al.. . A . a
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