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title: 'The Hawaiian gazette. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]) 1865-1918, March 28, 1883, Image 3',
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rta.Ml aa Xalokiu m L.kwa. Harck a- V
'tt?a4ifr. H Uaat. iTtan t aca,U T aaa.
l. tcaa. at s Mi. 1 II bvOaVr. tr Itaxkaat. 4 Caa-
lacaaa. ityan aa (
Ftaa Wakutav. per Jas 3Ufc . JUrta I
Kxaansaa . ar4 J
Fkaa Xaai ac Ban . err Liartikt. Xar E
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a4 1 calktnm. 1 Caakn. 4 Baaact. J Jtarac. J
i."aej. Aai E Kelly. J Mfta. Siacon Ar. K
la iku otj. Xaitk IbL u dr wU J rtaaac a
Xvck at,CaA Tncaata.
aauvef Botoa. at. asri 7?vcafT. A retateal
Fkt iilamtt for erer 3v var.
A encaet autcb aa piared en the lUktkt
gooaaV ti Ua? :3at bttaaau aa drrea
frgat Ike Hoootola dab aad aa aleaaa cavatt
frees tke ofieefv of H. B. Ji.S. Strftnrr. The
at traa caked at ttX aooa : Adaairal Ltocm
attasi; as BBaare for tbr yin traaa, Ur. C. K
Heaaaa doeac Ukwac f r the hocoe aaai. la taa
tuM tba Haatdnla team vua aad took Bar ftad
totiw The came
ttea pneeedad IJOatvUek tfaaa
there aa aa jaeeraaaiaai for luah shortly
after I'laaha; play the lart wicket of the
felL oa tkcirianitte. tor ?4.xfoawi:
i'aia ii rnarroixaaa.
Xeu lltltl ! - "-- K
AUcaUoatlaXtl! 11 1 .H i kWafcaer H
Uaid II til c Barter. kUeaaaa.
Bctaej: 4. ..kUaaaaaa 1
tt It 1 tt x Eartke. a lieaaea. "
ttt. .. . ... .i
Dtaeaa t ..'."jtataat.. .."."'.; ".!.'
.liaaTk .. Barter, kllikaai
la taa abtne i taiirai kW Irat anckat Ml 1
?eYeB a. aigasB aov vau ea aaaaa ta.
The HoBcamta Meat tarn aaat aa. W. Li
urr A. . Qkt beioK the tnt neiaiililiin. bat
thtae were aaiakly dapomd of by Dawaaa'a
tcs. EM daaplaiad a dawaattkaj to alay
taenay a " btooa " euxe The
it cae after aaamer aad at one boar treat the
ctfiamMenut U the imiaii an the wioketa of
the Hoaotaaataaa were oVwn for atatalef !T, aa
t"U.xi tub. rtarr mau
rVLuaataa - 1 .cTaoaaa. ft Davai 1
M. JU . . .. aLaaaa e
IUt ..kDaweaa t
II we c Thaaa. nii 9
ini JUltl .taaaaark.fcI.Mre. I
1 hserae. .
Fret L Lax ayee. nol
The wkketa fel a lidhiai 1 4,;ferCS
foe 6. liar c,Iar,for.iforK.tfr!T, 10
At 1 p. .av. the Sayri team aaat ta for
seooad iaaiiwi aad Liaaa. A. E. Taaaa
ttdieJ KEtereaatheeoort.BaliiAaii aalaniBil
jstade the f eaea oa the aaaaiaaie ajMeh aaa
niaf. The reealt of the eeooad iaaaaai aa Bayed
Baiea ! . tTutt. L
GoaUack kWUeaaua . . .
Taeau; .t 11 3 :t 1 1 1 ItSI 1 1 aat eat It
Nrtt.. .Jill BMeat . ... t
Sees lesayeti. arvan r
tliat taniBCi . Sa
Tea saraata was chaed wath ax wateeU to
spare the eccra kaaaar aaaaakaatty laraje eeaaaajh Is
aard rear for Ike HoaseaaB dab far eereral daya
tot-it. Tie raai at the laB of each wicket were
I for I, I Jar 4. alert, 4 fort.
Si litteetr asd a btree attendance of ladVs
and tentletseB ware preaeet damp the saaaeaad
teeocd to be saeh iulinet ia tte uetbat aad
buahC abibttn of the platen. The eV.farwn
Batal wider the leadenhip of Ur. Bird reared
tereral eeieetages dxria; the ptuattea of the aauae
aad also ealatrd Ha Saieary wsb 'Ma wan fonot
ea tJ urtTal aad deeertan. The
docbtedly doar ataek Uwarai leweriar the
as crack itl.eeeii bat ir the kteaoa they
baee received wtU narhate them to pracure the
ruse they but be aba w take imaai oa the
cert viator. Iar day wu a aaoat earkryabie oat
and eaarytatiux went us
The Natlye Prrw.
kTrces tkc ifU PnW.,
Aatce Hawaaea Hah w eaaao bars a it,
aad as fee the earleK weave not
pared te deekue tteaa Boron
t ecbtr caaato proi thoa aae aad ex-
ceSetX Becaise tie dainads oa
pruTtnc tbal asd that toproee.
Bet tee teotae are a
bcateHe eaaldbe iwimii it aiae a treat
and Uut tart a da- ebeald be aiekaa ap abeatt h
taraofaec: the wbote land, aerrefy far the perpose
Let Bi take Alook into Aadrewa and
we a Sad tfeere oae wards of the raeet sort.
BctafBtUof that emtau beak has fceea amok
aiMcjeJ. andila rKbbcatioB xadaale as
Let tie obbCTOBj of thai pnarraanat of haht aad
Beiea, arliMt a kick eaeai an oaajery ie beaai "
made, be wearked m the balance asaaaet Andrew
thctwcajT. Ft? tcis reason the pabbc ku
ia4 aknd wtat H the raaaxt lor thit aatwa
J ilr. Cutle esd utEers. Aad oa taaakaac it
iter carefallT they have canat to the eaaetaaaD
taat taera tno eefcer cum for it taa epele.
Itaootea acocaatof tacexceedaas oaeai
ftieiecci '; rttfoot t roa deeart to raaK
re edseale the Hawaaaa race: bat fraea beeac
lz& cf peraonal epite, this arose is the reaena for
aetnasthsaseaBdery aadthBBtw eaat aeaAaet
F- it ri Hank. ti. tiL
kartfsatoaiaatateeeeBtthat f baa
bteasxoaaVrwaalsafbitaKittaat. wien a
tiitter of oaty pkTKM ked been spent
To dwetarae tboee
attead prscaety to theu
amar.i!, tstse aaotto of tar eat.
Tie "tr harx wsou rapid Imant aad
ebsB notice of epprnock alone the cscSnes of
BerrUsiasad ass street kas often hcea spakes
of. sbocU be. SEfrdatd soorhJaeaad
Uss initirg sleaat wfcatk Ike ecciaeer docs
tat darr byrriEC warwiSKwhen apewwaranajta
craea street belbe cerasaence' too sooa aad eel J
qtope ast ntnemtairBc the atii. eaataaeae
alcssat rxstoBSd rnrftmaitwri of aeaad wfcieh
trikae terror to the aeerace trotter or other hone
m the near Tncate. Only last TeesdaT. the
aatka ot a berae on brands taa Bote of wanuea.
esaebd aUdr tofadetfrrss throsah the back
Pracaof a crpresa wbgbb. the pwsral aailare
iae rea cc tae waeoa vaa at prereaxas
ua tae waj a-e estenn. Ibe -Cos
ti tart ahabttef todesberer
aTarat aliavsaaV. . " . ." - . .
waen tcry cear Us objectioBaaie
artasa,tasehv tea desartaace of
pxiotcfrn ufc msaae aad oat.
hJL?5. ESify1 rtMd ' a
arBt.trtffVTigIS"aal Ctarrt on the
A leetar by PxstoxCrcaa
of Hett." ichwsCTieedj
'' SVH -' 1C; aoto, tae
votceeofuav aea, lAlra mxin. and
TOtearj by Ht. Hywo R Joces fedadni
tttnrnm fragged. Attacetcwof IseaaSo
or 3M. Craas, the asSence sdnsraed tstbe
aeaaofroaaaot the Cfcsita cad radslgtd a aacial
enorars aad the dertraetioa of jjgj a&et.
Ocoeosoa vxs,ia ttrasaJ, aoajt tajorabte
laree tasty JeTs. wl& U. hat to
ArttsaeB 04iM: tassjl
lTTaf4I ! turtrrtWB Of
Dr. Tiwuaaa MW ta t (.Jrarilr.
UaauVM rttratdan at tag Qnwn'a HufiUL
W. 0. Sautk Laa- Wu tva alMtnl a ltte ol
Tbr Lanalilo Uoaac will ts tfcfliva vfl J
ntbHc taik co ant Slrit afartaraa.
Tkt Qi iaan ua Ixi atrrtt at fairly
iardaf TMUt7tl Ua jvetkfai ataMn of U
Etarv oar w awnsfafed to we Mr. . O. WiMer
nuikfl Um acaia last StanK. Hr m VUbs
fll xcaar tat lit of tar
Paalattm Sakoa aad nafl be aM ier tar t
Ttw taad enawct at EaaaSaaSatfvair
Waaam latrlratlialid aad taa atatar wa
Taa ,Vi..( haa deauted f rata ker aaeaomca
at tar Pha Matiet aad aaihd c liailWr far 11
ua waaats. uliiii tiMiit.
Ta GrTiaaat did B nctcai Gvod Fnday
aaaaaaajar Mjjaar. Ka am ta ta book of
taalaaaaatd jndi Saatta.
Tba bark ei kr. fMitre (rwa
lor AnUaka. h reported fey OapL Babrock
at aai iaax tab port en tar iart. asdaraaat.
itr. Jamd fnta;. aa -aid aad veil
reahaiat a aovaaiaaaate of tbe hospital for tie
tjaaarai aaeecamr we j Bvpom ot bk
way awe afcaae ernihir aattwc bee repaired ami
asar tamlytnc tat daitr faawtav of netal for
Pbw Xarabal 3ieJre U rctitkd to the cxedrt of
arnaaeax the dangaay of Biiaai i latioaa raibte both
Me aad eaaaade Akaataai Hale oa the ereaiae
The aae bark heeaipua arrited in
in oaja inaa iwaaea , iaa M one w iae
at peejaeas that Capt Newest baa made Iw-
tweea tae two parak
U.B.HS. ianttwrr adkd fat KualraaaH at
10a. aic the Sd heat.
aaiWd the preeioo Uv ' WedaeMy for Caileo
The ahaooan of the tnerrUbla qaarterly bdls
aaaa aaat the Tataef tie wear fatare aad taanr
cdtbra wiUbereaiadercot the arte CVraeurtieo.
The pay dtj m ceeatta;.
The one has beea whartartd by the
Ptaatars' Labor aad Sandy Conapaay and will
amawdgoeaaMteoaiaaaadof Ca4aai Tkraer. in
ajawetof addilaail laborara.
Ibr foamlataai for Mr. Caau?taTe new bealdtnt:
ao be elected oa the earaer of tart aad .Merchant
etraeta it already beaag das; aad the work ptuaefc'OTj
to be rapid! pasta d forward.
lie old wwdea bsriMHar. oa Nauaaa street
aaakai of tone: etieet, lortwertv vocapteo as a
iwiaaiij shop, baa beea ten dowa aadwal be
realaced by aVraek lUdto:.
Vfbtu Greek aaeett Greek At" w broatcbl to
auad in uuttciBs that the two local bill collectors
Wish Wiseman aad Intakes:, bare einl aatiM
asahtst eoeh other in the l)Uee Oeort.
A awstlecaan reeeatlf letaraed front abroad tells
as that the Giant was more uidely eircabtted
thaa aaj other Honotaht paper, aad that was
a daataaot tanaeace atam te reader.
Hat Mejeety was pneead at the cricket aaatch
between tae oartrbntrr ts. HoaolwRi teaaw, and
eeeaaed to enjoy the dtscoaaatare of the patters
who were bowtrd oat by Dawsoa.
The aaaprvet on the earner of BeretaaU aad
Richard streets ntaTerj awkward wJOon for
ladestrlar.1 aad aoeJd be changed from its
tawtkat. Bearer to the edge of the sidewalk.
The draaebt of the C.f Tehe, t . aad
Bttfif. the three steamers expected hither f real
Hose KonfcM each as to asset probably comrel
their anchorage outside the entrance to the harbor.
kleasrs. Hart Bros, are tenonUnjf the bniknnr
oppoatU the Aator Hosm. known a the
aiateadteatapahrstehtas eetabbhnerv' f or
the aeeMraodatioa of lorers of ice ereaa and cakes.
Taetheraaaarterabnweder oa the ereaua; oi
the 9d aatt, pteceatba; a duTereace bctweea nous
and eeeaaar. cc it oarreee, tne laawirr a
hancatiac W ut the shade, wind v
Tar euureirr of the birthday of the latperor
of Oeruany waa ebeerred by the ittrplay of dart
front the uaaatar feevtade in thM ctty. The
was the rtU aanirersarr, and occarmi on
Tbeawaiberof the Ureases aiiati todrtTtrshas
raaehed a total of 3S of whieh, 1M hare been
craaSed to Hawaaaas, 5 to f ureienen aad IS to
Chhaae. The rerenae h Gftrernaaat f net this
total aaaaber is ore Wk
The Capt. Fred. MBlar, aimed ut
port eaSematay the Slh aaet, S ihtys from Saa
Francaco. satbrocarht lopaiua.tiJ aadafaM
to Meears. Soaaefer a Co.
Aa tlb' "' ehed is aoar ia coawe vf erection
on the Y. X. 8. b. wharf. It wiO extend aboat KM
feet nearer the WaiUki end of the wharf and will
aaord achathaaal facabtaw for the storage of
perishable or fragile Roods.
Jades koariot ia eaarr. was oaptared on the
rear reraadah of the utidema of oaeof
reaadeats oa the ereaincof Goodl'ndat,
aad the laaaiasti body waa takes t the IVeke
Stataoc and that SBTed fnan iaeoded lutatathlii.
Iae bark has at but been A1 at
Mr. Jsaees CampbeU beesaaiaa; the parehaser
forJa.iTO. Saewtate placed ia charge of Mr.
Sorenson tot the parpaMcdbaariBKdoamaadrf
iiisailiTil i mini I" tocatton of the eiattat:
A packasw of psters teceiTed from Captain
Oalso -Cesser Xoreao taforau the reader that be
wau,oa theeahotJaaaary.HekiBi: the MtSrases
of the Italian reocee for to the Chaaaber
of Depaties. at ieeiwiiUii'e of the Dattnct of
Eeearal from the t". S. S. Ha-
ckaamhaTe AlBerobaLodcel.O. G. T. At
the last the suaiUka; and wfttr
rear of the ortrK. tee orersrw was: read by Mrs.
oaiatat aaat a vocal solo was exawntely rendered
by Mr. J. F. Bowler.
The old coeaplaint leepecttajc the bkoekaduu; of
street corners by kwnaien is ajraht beard from
pedestrians- The careers suet aetieabte for the
which uajgteaate are aaaaB aad liotet
streets. ScaAoa aad Beretania slreets. sate.
aad Fort aad Hotel streets.
Meears.. M. Oat. Jr. Co. are the looU agenu
for the J a C.wc Commurrml Am,
ia Saa Fiajscisaa, CaL Oat side of the
piper woald prore aaefal as a aoaat adjanct in
kawcaac the baby oorMtantij aaaaeed by the aaaay
The near stottaoats, bertfdvar for the Oceaatc
ai Iiiii tniimnij oppnelle the Ca-bat Heaet
at raparSy azawiaeatma; ubiiuIsumi Coacrete
Boon will corer the interior jrroatnd aad tramways
wfflbe toednt coOTeriag nxnh I rota portiaos 'it
the storetoase to sad from ur.ti and drars.
Some fascal the contents of a teacap.
which cap had beea placed in the pastry of the
Fort Street Chares on the Sad last,
aad the contents of said cap was the eaea of Sol
tba reoaats of the eatertninarn' at aid of the La-
die Benefetent It is theataht that the
thief obtained entrance to the Chareh some time
at the night aad while prvwtinr. as the pantry fur
m eoatact wtcb tae asaaun; aaru
We are again called an to ehrorjete the depart
re from aaawget as of another old resident. Mr.
Caw&Taaaab,aaatiweot Bo-ton. aad who has
hmam fTmbfr &WOW m Of OBT Otdfwt
mmu who dard ia this ejrr oa the list net. in the
a- n-Jr. -. aeAk. a - - - - -
lata Tear or aae ear- iwe wcoaBacu gwMnnu
paesejacd attriboies which esaieared bias to aU
aaa oaaac m oaaeci wua m koi,u
LeiiiM. i earcaes he was trtueaeed for hM mtecrrly
Aeameof football was pn fed oaSatarday last
between IS players of OateCotMeand 15 from
Fort Street School: after a bard eoateat of veer
two eaaxs, viceXT imlimd te the Fort Street
School boys: a second aunc was sub by the auae
taua m a very meet ataarter tiaee. Foot ball is a
pretty etwattetK game for this cfiatate, bst oar
Taaacsters have -,;- caaxath to go tluaarh. aad
eoase aaeoaakeair wood ptay it raade. We hear
that another aaatch is ia aeoepeat.
The Amsaitbeatre, froaa wbaea, "a star waa etea
Bawayand whaafc heat as armed
rajanc - present at tae taraaataa
as also the "rorreoee" uivBiea hi which
their Majeetas wen ervwaed. came aader the
y tjMWr' gmieer oa e ZTCB Base, ub use
rattrr arraKTwwats iarladhwi luabir. etc.. were
nsdbrXr. Leans Levej.of Lyons A Lever. Jcr
leaatef iUSSS. Of Eana tww B
.U, u nn. th.
Who was it who bad the charge of the
iOTAftim s th Vmslrial Baltf CertaialT
some oae who was net well with oar
We know of two invrutioas eeatfor
who had beeam their graves over a year,
aad aaotfcer for a lady who has been abeeai .from
the foraeare thaasix months. When
ts. Ui.Ktn.sim Udjeh f orth on the sea of so-
eaJftraytthey had better reri their rarrUtloo
hst. and not hartcoftes feettags by to readily
theea of the dead in seefa a heartless
Ttf Saaoay ScbeoU heM their oaanerly
a Iare cthermg frocs all the native &aaday
Reboots ia the dearie. Some Tery exceSest
Base tfaotfe. ihtraiaB bo earsest
aad derated the teachers had beea aad
tha scAolara ftad fotttrwtd thera. Tkatt;
attractive- This meeting of
the aarire Scadsy Schools is a raost
worth a rait: to lae ralstcd
i?the work rt win be bol ; it
wiH aford taalter for enrrtrmrf aTmn even to the
The f.rtm of artiicUI floiers whath JLrt
WHlirsaihisoniicwathrr asore ixCFort street
is wefl worth a visit; rose poasie aw peas.
diisieB, la fad the whole weafcb of Flora s basket
Oar special xartxed
soaeTery kkutaUT Isats, which awtU
do credit to the iwitya. of rxropeaa cities.
Solitary flowers ia velvet aad s2k are a specialty
wbichioulJ bosn by the ladies of tiunlj to
bearereeialeA la th worfsof laio. pal tsoaer
in tits style that too. reersire.
Lea Chit, a ttlatiaa aad ferrstr exToTt of
Uiisrity,tikrarmtokirttlf alarge amocmt
of roooey in Tznooi ssros and has ipnetly
lie case of hit creditors ssitiosaUj'
to the itcotx of the Coteties aisere the roBeetsoa
cT craitetiT bau tt not is TOjrxe, a w
araotml hU rrrJitur) Mr. Afoty? SXUUX Ur. too
Chit Sua i.a anJ ChnUa iOa. Wlor Wo Tli
I Jt CVx. Wine Wo Clian. Vim Qooa aad otbrra la
tolas rtutstag itoa ?uvio ri,nw a iouu
of ouly $ri.ftXl Jfr. Afons hj cjeml a
ravartl cf S3M for hl arrrat atrf iMirrrj at lt
I'alka Stattoa la talaritr.
A Sin Jaw dttrctiT U la tovn looting up a
(oaiJrrrr, ttbo U sarjxwrd to hare rrhts
(ano KauUnllrft jtJrrtoj tTrnlas co tie
LAflilr fr lUtraiU aceomniiDrd by Us
tx. voo. i. isao, oi is inirnor.
We rrcrrt to announce tMa uonilnj the kailaVit
dratb of Jaxta IVrrr. Evj. kaJ oM and mora
terrriiknt and ttmJniI of Hooolnlo. and
f airvml wars be fiUrd lh roritioo of IVrto.
Marvel Packe BAd takta the trooble and rait
state last IVreraVvr tnttU yeatrnUy.toUtten a
tarkey for a little dinner party to be ciren at bis
boose tootsy. "Lt rrraiat; the tatkry was miss-mc.
and the jrrcaiptioa is tail ere this soma
bcU thief basp&blrd the worth; Msrhl's
A dbutsi resembltac cUaders has lately taken
hi4d of bone ia this city, and which has so far
prated f tU ia its e2rets. Cootrollrr," the well
known trotting her owned by Jodse Ktckrrtun,
and another trotting celebrity, hare
both died troat this dirase. Oraersof stock are
warned ot the acpauance of this new dinger, so
that they taay take the srerssary prrcantiona.
It is nportrd that cae ot the tisitors, ladr. to the
of Her Majestj's
lofaal Palire. while rt..tnin1; the quality aad
of a piece ot silk which had been presented to
the Queen, in a saddra at ot obstractioa rorloined
the fabric. Sooa after the depattare
of the the loss was discovered and
bat for the personages iarotTrd there woold most
proiablT be a Catherine of celebrated Hswaiiins
at the Tultce Oxtt
To esin the position of instroctor. as it were.
aad t eaabied by and bT to say I told yon so, the
jUrtnimr of the STth last, spmks in favor of
f orauBS La die for the potrwe of gvmna.
tkj etereiws. It ts bellied time however, the
Ladtas haTiaj: orcaaired previoosly, as by item
which appeared ta the Gizmx of thenstinst.
Uku Haltie l"teree a former pcpil of Dr. Dio
Lewis, betas the iastroctress. Noopital can l
made by the wily shepherd on that subject.
Ia that retuaikabie romance, ia the corspositioa
of which, the spends a portioauf those
leisare hoars which be snatches from the bosy
whirl of dir4ooMtie aad other bosicees. we find the
remarkable wonlst " The rapnans began
to dnnk of tha fermented lkUor, called fcwar
The lremier ntost have drank deep ot this insina
adncbevera&e in the days when he skimmed the
Coral ea, and indolsed in that littki rentle
the Patch Govrrtuneat. JmlEtnstrom
the eaeet it has had cpon this worthy ceaUeman,
the l'apaan " WA '' atast be a rawt potent berrr
ace, the fames of it rinins into the brain vears
after it hail been imbibed: alas it not only affects
the brain, bat it the oafortaaate victiat to
talk leek." Of coarse thU satisfactorily accoonts
for the amoant of A " that the bead ot the
covernueut has reeled forth for so Ions;. It la to
be hoped that no farther snpply of this liquid may
be obtainable, as a fresh mitht npjet the
meatal eqaitibrmm ot the 1'nmier altocethrr.
(Jid Mr. Weiler nrged Sua to "beware of the
riddier an enthasiastic reeine ot admirers most
ar-e the l"reeaier to beware of Papain F'.
fcieieral cases were set fortrUloatbeSSd,amoas
theea the easeac5UBt the inturmtrs for perjury.
The Rood weather arocad Kilo favors the
The Marias liadwaT of Saiprcandrllridxcsis
mdebed. aad the steamer II It. Ht4 is np under
Mr. Hcarj lwrker, wife aad f oar children, aad
Mr. Geo. Vfllbrlm, left HUoin the &. r
tor Ssa Kranetsco on the lh.
The Lrtiti arrited oa the A1 at 120 A. II. and
stiled again at S A. JL for l'ohoiki ia Puna. She
retaraed at 1 1. AI. aaa sauea at sr, ai.
A select social pwty was held at the Coort Uosse
at HUo on Friday eveoinz. the 16th March. Din-
toe was kept op into the small hours of the mora
The weather is drr aad warci. The Ma for
Terel days has been calm as a summer lake. The
streams are becomtas low, aad Uilo ts threateaed
with a droaih new tor a proverbial
(jaite a buai patty of the citisms ot Uib tailed
at tae reetaeore ot Jir. lass, icaaruson on
Friday ereaiBg, Marsh ISth, to him
and his wife on the twenty-fifth anniversary ot
The Schooner Ha ScAeewer. Csct. Lece master.
soiled from lliio for &ut Francisco oa Friday
March 16th, with a full carco, coasistiai;
of 3V tons sagar from Waiakea Mill Co., 10) tons
from .uaauu pianution arm .'J tons from Losta s
The Iiqoor prwecatiuns in Ililo hare made
somewhat lively ia oar l'olice Court. There
have been several conrictiaas aad some acquittals.
In Alt cases of convietKm appeals hAie been taken.
It is said that the informers, have raised three
more ioeecations in Kohala. TheY evidently intend
to make a rate without work.
Passion Weeli olid Easter
The Christian communities all over the world,
hate celebrated durinc the past neck the
of Christ's death and resurrection, and in
these islands of mid-ocean, the resident Christians,
which include a luce majority of the one time
barberoas and HurmliaeJ natives, have also joined
in the aniversai tnbnte of fast and praver and
feui and pnuse in memorr of the Crcaoiion aad
Kesarreetna. Oa last Fridty.the
fast of Good Friday, which from the earliest rec
orals ot fjarasttanrty nas ueen aetu as a solemn
fat bv all (.bristiahs. ia remembrance bf the era-
eiStion of oar Saviour on Mocnt Ciliary, April 3,
A. D. St. was coinmemoratrd by appropriate services
in the Itomaa Catholic and Anglican Cathedrals
in this city, both places of worship betes
mrgeiy atteaueu. un cuaiiayttaejtainst tne
festival of Easter was observed in the Churches of
this csir witha like obserracca
ot the day throughout the whole Christian world.
iBU inuni ns iskubwu &wjui lur jru vi out
Lord 6 and the dsv was fixed in Kusiand br St.
Aastia in A. D. S7 and is the first Sunday after
the first fall moon that occurs after the 21st of
March: ceaaaemoratini; the resurrection of Christ
f roes the deed.
ST ST. asDaxtr's CITBDSlt.
Easter was celebrated at St-Andrew's Pro-Cathe
dral be the osaal services. At 733 A. M. there was
a celebration of the Holy Communion, native service
at 9 A. M. Morning prayer followed by a celebration
ot Holy Cotamonion at 11. and services in
the afternoon and evening. The 11 o'clock service
was verr largely attended. An Aataem, - uartst
benur raised from the dead" was suncbr the choir
in addition to the usual Easter hymns: it was Terr
well rendered, especially the bunt of sound
lowtaf; the opeatnexasue passage. ineie.VMM
l Dvke's 1 was also very aae. containing some
grand harmonies, and some exquisitely contrasted
passages ot nsnt ami saaae. iae sermon wrs
preached br the Bt. Her. Bishop Willis. The
Chareh was rerr tastef ullr decorated, boquets ot
pare white flowers adorned the altar; the creea
was jrracef a! with palm fronds, fern and Cower
leis. White roses and the delicate maiden hair
fern adorned the palptt, while the feat was buried
in a mass of ferns and white dowers, abore which
row the symbotof Christianity, a snow white cross.
The decorations did credit to the taste ot the various
ladies who had theatin charge. The evenint;
service at 720 P.M. was also largely attended,
the sermon was preached by the Iter. Geo. Wallace
and the HcuesScI Hymn, Onward Christian
Sokhct M SoHivsn's mask was very
HOa Monday tTeaias a hymnal service for Easter,
compiled by the Inshop of Uonolclo. was
son- by the boys of Iotant CoUese and was very
well rendered. A very large attendance was
st rosr stszst oososxeanoxu. catrscn.
Spceiat services were for this creat
ia the iByrninv;. choral serricesxnda sermon
by Pastor Craian, who took for his text 1 Cor. 15:
si. Bat now is Christ risen, etc- We look this
Easter aorainc: within the empty crave of Christ.
Who was this Xaaurae whom even death and the
crave cannot hofcl? Mr. Crazan sketched rapidly
the leetifiac; racidents in Christ's wonderf of life:
showihs that be mast have been more than man,
even the ImmaaaeL At a second lesson, the fact
was bronarht oat that on that first Easter, Christ
won his areatest aad final victory, the victory over
death and the grave. Third: This was co solitary,
isolated Tictory. For as Christ died, and for as
He . rose aaain. He is only the "first fruits of
that TMtory. A Fourth: We worship not a dead
..exist, nil mini;, nt.uiK, prcscui datiw,
la the evening a Praise rjerTiee.'' consisting of
a voisatary on the or-an by Mr. M. 11. Jones,
Htmnal services by the choir aad congregation,
readxog of appropriate extracts from the Scripture
by Pastor Crazan and Ber. S. E. Bishop. Solo:
" My Heart Ever FaithfnV by Mrs. J. E.lUnford
aad address by the Paster. The Cturch tras filled
to repletioo at the evening service, both
gallery being crowded aad "the wraith,
bematv. and ehrralry of the city never presented a
more charming aspect thaa thaslisttainz with
low-bowed heads to the alterances of the rrrtrtnd
Sik rs bo related the goodness and mercy,
tfa and resurrection ot Christ, the Kedremer of
p.wt;j The aagciented choir ennsisting of Mrs.
Hanford. Mrs. Crazan. Mrs. W. W. Hall, Mrs.
Johnson, Jlua Parke, Miss Castle and Miss Kate
Lewis and Messrs, Hall, Cooke, X F. Jadd, Star-key
and Lowrie recdertd the choral part of the
service in a Tery eaeetire manaer. The Church
was tastef ally draped with rrerrreens. ferns and '.
leaves, and an etecantlT flowerfd symbol cf faith
adorned with the "LH.S." stood m front of the
"." t"Tf "if l-"l. uk
asalso lathe choir gallery at either endof
At the rvrttft services also commeaorairre ot
the festal oecasinn were held by lier.S.C. Damon.
xxnc acoiax citboxxc cixhxxuux.
This place of worship was crowded on Easter
Sunday from the early moniirg scnire of mass.
at A20 a. m. catil the dose of the Tesper service at
9 p. ze a eoatirxaoas stream ot worshippers Ia this
belief passing la the chrxrch aadsapplying the
places of those whose duty or business called thera
away at the close of each mass. At the first
theeervioaof Holy Communion were
performed and many Catholics who had forgotten
or nesriectcd theirdsrr to chareh aad creed dsriaj
a past fuse, availed themselves of the opportunity
and performed their Easter duties.
high mass was celebrated, the lliihop of
Ulba with mmdiTtt priests offifiitirg. The
choral terriers, were exceedingly well reodered
tae "Gloria ia rxcersis being cud and imposing
ia its rendition by choir and calriating
prievts, aad the "Credo, solenraaad xatpressftre
in its reverential deirrerr. The thiuclt was
decorated wiUi cowers, frrru rad
A large number U proteslaat forrizaers
were present as spectators during the celebrated
of the hisi mass.
Paster Crazava s Tatter
To the large andiegre preseat at the
Churdi, Fort street, tax the rvtcmglof,
EaturEscday. Pait&r Crszta deliverrd a short
sermon on the wcnderfsl resrrrectiaa offhrist
rnj the facts which sarxxxicd that mesnorabla
CrstEattcc We cive lis sercica in full below:
Chriit's TT"' is cnqceslicntd. Christ
If it U a fact that Christ rose front the deed on
that firxt Easter, then it-is the most stspESdoas of
ailthersizxdes. If it is net afactthea the Ketr
Testament, and the ntizka upon it, are
the most cf aU lies. There is no
There arecerUra .tvj. facts which
,'.. thll first ElAiei.acd icBsnr haul
ttpoo it, which seexa tone ctfrrly BatriJircable, I
1. The wonderful change ta the discJplaa ot
cxag to Ut old J idea thai Chrlrt had cvnit
to restore the throat of DatM, and become a
talfh'T teraiioral ruler. TheV believed that He
would overthrow the hated Knmin government.
awl trample her proa J winner nooer Uta treu
so teal that the disciples qaarrellrd among
as to who should hsve the "chief pUce. or
ofSces. James and John both wanted parttolioa
when J Mas came to make nn his HliOUn't. AU
these hopes rtshaj ia the dgrscenl death of
their leadtr. IVlsru. oae ot the arit londela.
Tiwced the feelings of the ctsciplea at the close of
that first Good Friday. -when he wrote! "lis has
ended a miserable life br a wTetcheddtath," The
blteksess. which at midday enshrouded Calvary,
and the Holy City, was a St emblem of the
despair which fell aroa. the disciples. They alt
forsook him And fled, palm; btck tu their old
trades and walks ot life. Bat ia less than two
months we find these timid, flying, despairing
disciples once more la Jerusalem, at a national
f east. At the reril of their lives, these men boldlj
faced the same high priest, nkrs,&3d common
people, who fifty dsys cefotr, with facet pale with
bate, had tained their hand with the blood of
Christ. These transformed disciples, now boldly
charge thtt a crowd of tniba)at
Jews, not only with murder, bat with the murder
of their loag expected Messiah They rehearse
the aad story of the eructation with its attendant
wonders, asd add that this Christ did rise again
on the third day. as He bad said He would. They
loM the troth or else a ho so patent so open, so
easilv rirovra false, that it would have been ex-
rdoded in a dsv, and their lives would not have
been worth a farthing. Woald these) men, who la
thctrdenot QethsrnMne.ran.at the tlrstaight of
danger, standing on a falsehood, have dared Impeach
a natioa, arraign its Justice, and charge its
raters with the murder of innocence? So'. The
disciples certainly beUeied the story tbey told.
2 Iae conduct ot the rulers and people ot
Jerusalem is also aaexpUlnable. it the lleearrec.
uoa ox inrtsi M not a net- uetween two aau
three millions of people were assembled in aad
around Jerusalem at the time ot Christ's
anJ resurrection. Their lussovcr booths
covered every hill and valley around the city, and
every available foot of ground within it. Every
tact, every event was not only known, oat was
subjected to tba keen scrutiny ot these millions
encamped ia and around Jerusalem. The troth
was knawn by tens of thousands, and conld be
easily shown. If the disciples did not tell the
troth, why did the rulers and the people, only SO
days afterwards, stand like criminals at the bar of
Justice, conscience-smitten, and virtually "confess
Judgment?" Why did not the chief priests expos
this transparent fraud, arrest the dtsdples, and
putthenito death, as tbey did their .Master?
3. Boston looks across the Charles Hirer
with pride upon Banker Hill Monument that
granite shaft which towers I feet abore the
groosd. For forty years it has stood there, and
for generations to couie it will stand there, as aa
enduring witness of American valor, aad to
the great fact that there, on that hill,
on I he ltb day ot Jane 1773, was fought the first
pitched battle in the war which resulted In American
independence. Christ's resurrection has a
tuonnmrnt ia the Christian Sabbath, more imposing
and more endarin;. 19 centuries ago,
was. as it is now, the Sabbath ot the Jews.
But Christendom, and the civilized world, now
Sunday, ur the Lord's day. " Was it a small
undertaking fa a few men, without influence or
authority, withooi occasion to warrant it, aad with
no particoldr motive or reason, to becia and accomplish
so important a change ot days as this?'
This monument has stood for 19 centuries it will
stand till time shall be no more, bearing witness
ot canst s resorrrcuon.
4. Once more: On the supposition that Easter is
a delusion, that the crucified malefactor, looked
the last time on earth, on that terrible Good Fri-
uar, bow are von to account tor the coming tato
existence of the great Christiaa wave sweeping
over Greek and lloman cultures toppling down the
throne ot the Ociirs, spreading itself over barbaric
tribes, and across the Balkans, and the Alps,
and the howling North Se.t, and England, rolling
across the Atlantio itself, and advancing from side
to side ot the New World, and beyond it to the islands
of the Western Sea. and again into Asia,
fore all the war? This wave, which
seems likely to end its coarse only by the
ment ot the wnote planet. 1 on are to eipiatn now
that wave started: It is coinc mil von: the dullest
ear can hear the aurge ot its treniendoas torreats.
at hat torce Heaved tins earthquate wave out ot
the first century? The fishermen ot Gallilee,
standing on the crave of a dead Christ, rreaehiag
a transparent lie. Uotr absurd: Infidels who scoot
the idea of Christ's resurrection, ask as to believe
in a greater inirade, namely: That a transparent
lie, championed by ignorant men, opposed by all
other religions, and by all earthly powers, was
stronger than all these, and in a few centuries,
this lie, from the throne of the ruled the
It is easier to believe Christianity bora ot n miracle
than it lie. It oares Its existence to one or the
other. So I accept theglad simple story of the
Christ's resurrection. With the Marys. I bow at
the feet cf the risen, triumphant Christ and worship
Leprosy and its Treatment.
EDrroKHswaxuxGizxrrc: Some of the statements
ia regard to the prevalence of leprosy in
these Islands havo been exaggerated, bat no one
can exaggerate the importance of tho subject.
"For more than than twenty years it has been
known here, and many of the natives have had it
and died, and many are now afflicted with it, look
iag only to a hopeless death. A few, a very few,
foreigners hare have had It, but suifident to show
the possible danger of others contracting it. There
is no question that those foreigners who have con
tracied it have thus far in some way, directly or
indirectly, taken it from natives. '
The Government has attempted to combat the
disease by separating tbe sick from the well, and
by treatment, and has la a measure succeeded in
staying it. Doubtless bat for the measures adopted
by Governments in the past it would have spread
much more. But the terrible fact remains that
many now have it, and others are in danger of
When are pause and think what this means, to
wnat uanger our lenow neiags are expojeo, we can
bat feel that no c3ort or means should be spared
to remove it. It seems as though all had not been
done ia the matter that might have beea done.
Not a single case of permanent cure ia these
Islands has been authenticated, allhoagb. nearly
every physican who has treated leprosy has had
his hopes raised by seeming cares, mainly in cases
in tbe incipient stages. Some cases of disease of
a kindred nature, which at first were considered to
beleprosy, have been cared. Bat experience has
shown that in every case of leprosy where the disease
seemed to have been eared, the result proved
that it was merely arrested. In some cares it was
years before the disease worked its sure result.
Now, a letter from Mr. V. Knudsen, written from
Norway, was recently published here, in which he
stated that ia Norway 107 lepers bare been eared
during the past twenty-five years. Norway is the
country of all other emitted countries ot tbe globe,
perhaps in which the most persistent and intelligent
treatment of leprosy has been maintained.
And If experience there has shown that some cases
have been cured, why have we not learned all that
there is to be learned on the subject ? Every detail
of their experience, every method of treatment
and remedr used shraM be known to us and applied
here. If it is possible to core leprosy can we
rest catil we learn how ? Every impulse of
and love for oar fellow men demands that nothing
should be left undone in seeking after relief.
No matter what the impanity from the disease of
any personaor class of persons may be, all dwelling
here are deeply interested in this matter.
Norway is not tbe only country to go to for information.
Tbe British Government has a vast
fund of information on the snbject, and other
countries doubtless have also. I am aware that
works and treatises on the subject have been
sought from abroad by oar Government, and by
physKsaas, and there has been a considerable correspondence
npon it, but no phystrian has been
sent abroad from here to study, and confer with
other physicians of experience, cpon the subject,
to retarn to as with his acquired knowledge. No
fiyseians of large experience with the disease
re been brought here from countries where
adnuitages in its Ireatmtnt have been
Desaltory erTorts in tbe treatment of the disease
have been raade here, both by tbe Government and
by inditklaal physicians, bat no systematic and
comprehensive experiments, extending over a period
of years and covering a large number of
eiecs, have been recorded. All has not been done
that reasonably might have been done. Perhaps
the greatest riegligeace, next to remissness in enforcing
the law for segregation, has beea ia not
removing tbe causes which predispose the system
to receive i be disease, it is well known that certain
diseased conditions of the system prepare the
way for leprosy. It has bean asserted by physicians
of large experience with Hawaiian leprosy that
syphilis and the habitual use of mm prepare the
system ia a marked and undoubted manner for
the reception of leprosy.
Dr. Saunders, who was a Government nhvsician
at Kona, Hawaii, aad for a nambcr of years on
ar.: ..... .... .... . a..;...,-.. ... : tart ,5
i.iu, um wuu ..ku nuiuiu ,t u. mij
had as iatimale and accarate knowledge of the na
tare of the disease among Hawaiians as any physician
who has derated tin time aad attention to it.
He advocated most warmly the establishment of
hospitals on each island lar the treatment of those
a bo were fnirected of banns It crosv. and of those
who were otherwise diseased and predisposed to
taking it. He wrote some most TalaaUe reports
ou the subject to the Hoard of Health, which are
cow- doubtless on file. Perhaps every physician
who has practiced among HawarUns on the other
i alt ids has advocated the establishment of branch
hospitals, but 1 know of no one who has given
such prominence to this view of tbe snbject.
Merely removing to a place of isolation those
who already have the disease fully developed is
only a locrang at the branches while leaving the
traak and roots in tbe sod. No man can define
the period at which a persona bo has the leprosy
begins to be capable of conveying it to another.
There are theories and opinions npon the sabjed,
bst no one can say that a person having the disease
in fts earliest stages is incapable of commaai
eating it. Tbe great majority of cases which are
removed nnder the system thus tar tnsietalTiad are
of a pronounced type. The doubtful cases are in
fact, as a rule allowed toremaia with their xnenas.
These "docbtfuT' cases, to say nothing of those
in advanced stages who are act armreheiided. asso
ciate freely with their friends, many of whom are
to !t, aad the disease spreads. Of
coarse rt rereads, and will continue to spread until
we go to tae root oi me matter ana remove txe
With the exception of the Ealihl Hospital,
some Tears br former adraiaistrstioas;
the bltle waiting quarters adjoining the Police
Station, where patients were received for examination;
and the Kaakazko hospital, established an
der the late ministrr nothing of the natare of
branch hospitals has rjeen attempted on any of tbe
Islands. Without drxtonini? to make invidious
contpirasoss, lannot refrain from railing alien
lien to the larye appropriaxiota rude at the last
Legislature for this tcecifij obied. and to the fad
that not a tingle hospiul of this kind hasvd been
tstabhsbed. Every physician practicing araong
Hawaiian! testifies to tbe axnalitfactory nature of
the practka without havpiul facilities and regula
tions. During sotot former periods the revenues
ot the country were not deemed sufficient to admit
ot aderroau approprutioas for these purposes.
Bat the rereaaes have been increasing eaaa not
only to be deemed tn frVient, bet large earns tiers
actually set apart at the last session for this spe
as argent iierrnrrl raade that the arork
teaiccceeoraxseceed. Wrxxxuc O. Sarrrs.
Honorela, ilxrch 51, 1B35.
For tha Ladiet.
The ODcortaaities oSered to Air. W. IL WocA
raixtgtaacf thefinaof B. P. EUers A Co. of this
citT. is a Late tria to Saa Framdsm and the
TaHctb States, to notice the iraprPteraenU ia the
naxnerof conducting the detiilt of a first dxo
dry goods establishment hasindncrd hirato take
adTacUgB of rnany ideas presented to him and to
rrjro'aK Ui3 in this tamm of the Ptcifr, for
tbccexHof the many csttomers of ltisfirra. It
bccect?TO to tpealc regarding tba quality of the
bonds ahich the firm cow dieolav on their eotmtera.
ttrir rrpcutioo for represenUng their pxxli jaatl
aa tsey are, oean weii estamranen, pax me
prospective buyers it directed to the large
aaa"rrGscnx witt UTvracse raicca.
Messrs. EMcrs d Ccv. ditpb.tixqaldtaeatetaa
in all therarioa ahsctea aad rotors .of the avell
leather cloves, a creal aoTeltj ta llorwlula, and
colored dress masons tn new shades. There are
alto laces and dress materials to please the moat
AnlanoTaUon which 1 imilctuanr neuctawa
Is a nit at parlors, for drtiMaaking purpoees,
which It now attached to the esmUisSmeat and
under the Superintendence of Mrs. k tl. Ismail an
art iih well known to lie habitat and eostoiatrs
of tba " Whit Hooje." - CUT ot raris" and other
first class establishments In San Francisco who
number amongst thetr patrons the mast
San Francisco lidiee. With Madame SnalL
bal5maisiitani,MisJooi, whose sprcialty ts
tha artist io catting aad fitting otdreaseata accordance
with the most approved Parisian or other
fashions. The parlors are supplied with mirrors
to assist In sapplylrifi a customer with self view
and by an Ingenious arrangement tbe effect o t day
or right is produced, thus assisting customers to
form a decision regarding TwrUcaraT shades, la
daylight or gaslight ItUwtmcombtstcatpatrons
ot the department to bay goodt front
the firm, tbey mat obtain their material where they
desire. Messrs. Ehlera A Co. are also now prepared
to surriv embroideries of any design rraaircd
ut any goods toitabK at short notice. A visit to
to rstaousnmenl will wen repay the cartons ana
thtr mav be tare of eoartroas treatment whether
patrons or not.
The Jndldary of WalluVn
Enrroa Gixai i a ' Reports are nnnieront aata
who th Police, Judge is to be at Wailako. The
people bare suggested a suitable party, a foreigner
well known, who it acting in the capacity ot Dis
trirt Judge in a neighboring ilistrid. bat the name
does not salt the poarera that be. Also report says
that J. L. Kaolokoa is spoken ot to fill tho vacancy.
We like thaL We bare a stuard clab behind the
door which we are keeping for his kind. That
would be a aeledioii worthy ot tbe pirsent select.
logpowers. lie iiauuKaciiizensarecseuioDeing
sat on, bat woold advise the absqoatulatore to be
cartful that they sit down gently as it ts getting
uienotonons. The WaUaka Judgeship is not going
to be rued a a medium far breeding tontcrs for
the Cabinet for the rouilug Legislature. Hot if
the Cabinet wishes to root the whole voting powers
of the opposition, it woald be wise to Darsne
such a course as sending the Kaolokoa stamp of
men to nil tne vacancy ot
Wallukn is in a position to demand that an Independent
gentlemen be tendered the position of
l'olice Judge. The law abidiog citizens Intend
that tbe judgeship shall be held by oaa whose record
is good and who will be above a bribe. This
it not demanding too much, and the present Is the
time for arging oar claims. TacTBrrx, Jiatrs.
llOUIBHS 01' r IlKKtVRAf.vlllbe heMt
their trace .V aVI'.Il Csn.VT. AI'KII. 111..
SCO It J.O. CASTER. Set?
0k oi: two sKitv.orr gii:ij
or wvnea far aoatcwoek. and atadlae ehlMren.
as- Apply at
can NV SM'llOOLSTr.EBT.
Lunalilo Home Opening- !
THK ItUXAiatO UOMKWir.Ii UK
thrown open to the oa Satenttr afrcrnees
nexi, iivm idar o trace udui aarK.
LUUIN U. HALL. a
cott sAsruixu a dole. J
Titc ioluiih.m; dlm 1:1111:11
animals will he sold at Pnbuc auctlea la
tae liOVEUXJlENT WH'.Ml.
li.V. o.t .l.arlllllAY, AftilT:
t Mo"e I'olcrcu Uortr. brsatl SA; I Pay Horse, white
forehead. pecli;u brand', t liar Ilnree. while rvretteae
brand! rill Z.1 ; I Mare, braud ,lK
01t A U. KA.U Kl I , Poanil
COFFEE & LUNCH SALOON.
NEAR THE HONOLULU IRON WORKS
All lhJtc f
A (Juoil Cup uf Co lire anil Lunch.
tnU not fil to c1vt bin a call, -ml tbil tifj
wUliKtfiUtocaIi MX'oatl timt. KiO
J.tke thai thee hate obulacd a FaleBt'oraa In-
roved Paraxea tar the eeatamptloa at ereea trs.h
S Irrctly from tho mill, aatt other wet feel, by mesas of
lntroJaclsg a carreat of but air iato tho Faroaee
throezh hot air Eaes. This Patent Is btied spaa a
Caveat Sled la the Interior Department Oct. Ath. 1SS.
and t eaperlor to all paleals lasaeu after said date.
All perseos are waread aealast inrriDaiag this Patent,
ball will be brought against any person for so
loll narliealirs may be sbulaed of the aadrrslsacd
cr of V. O. IRWIN Jt Co Areats.
P. X. MAKEK.
501 Jt .
NOTICK TO CI.EDITOHS!
Tin: ir'i)Ki;sioxKD itAvrxG
btt?n of the Etst
or J. G TCCKKIb. Utr onionelola. of Olba.
sotlc U hereby ;tTeu (oall prrOB
tlat.r eUim sfrainst tbr Etate of alrt J. O.
TtKkcr dalr ftBibrattcaied nbetber ftarri br
or otbenr itc to Alexudrr . Cartnrlebt at Ms
otticp on Kahomana Slrt, Honolnln, Ilan(f of Oihn,
ftrtbrt will b
fotCTer barrnl: and all pnoa IlebtcI to ud estate
avre hervhj la nutte iminnlUfc paymtnt
to Alex. J Cartwrtcbt.
Ditnl llonotaln. .Marrh -nib. lvl.
cf ibr Estate uf tl. . Tnck?r. d.
"VTOTICi: IS IIRKIUIV (.IKX
J.1 that the Irai name of tbe ALBIOS C0AR CO,
assumed by T. J. Hayirleea aad Lee Aklo, herelefere
noticed, aa, been ehancnl lo that of T. J.
A CO. All draft, of the -aid inn will be drawn
by said T. J. llavtelden payable In tke order of L,
Abto, whose eador.aaent la necessary Drier to Ibe validity
thereof. T. J. ifaYSELDEN,
I EK AIILO.
lloeolaln. Jaauary Klh. tse.1. SIP Si
2 THK PltKMISES OX
PS TASIA Slreet lately ocapinl by W.O. .mlth.
" Esq. ea. Enoalrenf tb,
l 1m ALEr. CAMPBELL
. . . run tiii:
t3T Apply t
n. F. ElILEIt ill).
9T it FfiBT NTtterT
THE irXDEIISIGN'r'n HAS THIS
day dtped of bit retire latere., la tbe MaMr
aad Faacy Uood, Dciae. tic. at 10s aad 19? Part
Sireet. to Messrs EUWABD LYCAS aad JAMES
JOHNSTON, who will centtnne the bosiness tl the old
ittad and will wtme all liabilities aad collect all
debts dae me. Tbaakior the oabllc zearraily tnt tbe
very liberal patrooase exteaded 1 me In tba I
bet peak for my saeeeeecrs Ike same eeneroe taopArt.
EO. F. WELLS.
Ileeehtla. March ITltt. It. D at
THE VXllEHSIGXEI) OTIFY
the pablic that they hate parcaaaed the h.aess
tarried en br Mr. Geo. F. Weill, at lie aad ter Pert
Mreet. and hare formed a nnder tba
arm name of LTl AX i JOHNSTON. and will
the bw.iaes la all its branches, aisuralae; all
liabilities tad eollectiax all oatiuadlae clatms. and
aolteit the same patroaare so liberally exteaded to oar
prcdeecr. EDWAIU) LYCAN.
llonelala. Marrh ITtb. lail. 9 Im
Coisnifdioner of Land ITctice
Ari'MCATIOX IIAVIXG HEEX
made to cje by Chat II. Jadd. Cemraisaleaer and
.treat of Crown dads, to tents Ibe boaeaUttea ef tbe
Ahtpaas of I'kaarektate. ia tke Mttrirt ef Llkaloa.
The Laadtadjoiaiaatbeakore Ahapaaa are Walkape.
tVallal.B, Olowala aad tke tee: tbteerere notice It
hereby dira tbal WEDNESDAY. A aril Ik, at t. ra,
la tbe t oart Hoate at Waihtke. Is set apart as the tlaae
and place for kearinz Mid appllcatlee.
Coaaaiittieaer ef lleaiwtarlet for Maes. MatakaaJbLaaal
Ccmmitiioner of Land Boundaries Notice.
APl'LICATIOX IIAVIXG 1IIIEX
made to ma by E O. Hall aad b B. DoU.Traaleet
it tke EtUle ef LaneiHe. Io retlie certain boODdarlf I
of Lead, at Peepcc. eitaale ia Wsllaka. Itlaed of Maal.
therefore notice it hereof ahro thai WEDNESDAY.
aprUlllb. alll t. tkaCuert lloatc at Wsllaka.
tt set apart aa Ibe tunr aad place foe kearlac said ap.
AU perteet Interested arc reqeevted to be
prcetnL L AI10L0.
Ccmmfttioaer of Booadarie. for Maal. Molokai A Tjaal
Lahalaa. Maal. Maiek rl. ta at
NOW or laEVER
TO ISVESr IN A
Lodging' House Business,
Central all fall
On Kl.t; STItELT, I hate a IMiOOHEU
faraUfced Ihreorjaoet aad Feraltare new. with Larrc
Dials: Knua capable ef tcaltec any Eoardm.
Crockery, lfjazc ted ererjtblaz ceaptrte for
Kr- LEASE to ran iyeaii. RESTALealy ttlper
ateatk. INCOME free. Itooatt akree $rj per month.
OT- Far farther panlcalara ApptT
J. E- Real Erute Broker.
MS 4t ti htreet.
POSTAGE STAMPS, for CASH. Seed
and fall rarae la cstb wf il be tt by retarn malL
t3T Ait kinds of tumps brarkl sad sold. Areata
DAWSON A Co..
Wttt 36ltaorth ti . ('bethina. Maau Ear.
By order of the AdfidBlalrator ef the Estate of
D. KESCA. late of lUlka, Maal. tke
tlroM win tell at Pablic Aactlea, on
Satiirday, Marcli 31st,
At 19 o'clock s. ., In ITiIIcb, Hasl, en prnn!f t.
FcnottaJ EfTeci ef uH dee? 94.
76 Head Working Cattle,
In ttrj te M&tr.
i Iton . Caarvav, Cxtwe.
MI. SOxCjUtC OjTUrar.
Steve. Tablet, Kockrn.
tXT Per f srticr partlcaltn a pjdy to
C II. DICSET. Italic Maal.'
or the saderf isned tt Mafcaarao, x
Ml St W.P.MOSSMAN.AaOljtecr.
Honolulu Glotliia' Bmporium
xlaTitig Coraplelcal the Kccnsarr IJcooTaliorHi of tho Hstiro Stare. I take saa
ia annonucing to lite Ladies, of Hooolala ana itOjtCwIlt ItkeO, Ittat HhvJ rM Ui eW(
aboTo OF XHS HOST ISVITIN'G PMOaS IS TH KKKM
DOM. An rfjftml tho Goa now ou bajk
in ercrr iino,tTiui 114
latest Patterns and Finest
xouna in me Jtasiern tx mropean ffiaricets.
Ill flic Ih'vss aioods UiMiartiHcni will br? Vm
Plushds, Srocarios, Satins, Sllka, Morlnoes, Plushes;
Duntlngs, Flannots, &c, Ac,
Fringes, Laces, Hnttons. Trtele, ConJa, "osmBlrpe, "Joe-tot, 44a.
LVDIES & GENTS FURNISHING GOODS DEPARTMENT
Hoaierr Cifaaiies, Skirts, Underwear.
THE CLOTHING DEPAETMBKT
Is ProYideil with, a Fittiiigr Ooom
vthere I'nrchlJfrs osn it on Ifcetr Salts Were
Tkanking for past favors roceivcJ, I will eatleetTor to retain tae ctiaUrsleaee beaaaapj
apon tne heretofore.
. M. MEL LIS', 3"o. 104 Fort Street.
P ALIWER A THACHEK
SO; 113 FOBT SL
-We are rranr rnmfacluriae; a line of-
Snpcrior in quality- ami flavor io anything ever before protlaceti ia uta Kiaaplea
OUR SODA WATEH is Unrivaled
Onr Ginger Ate is equaled only by the imported. Our cidw are jrnraalee la be aaaatt tnai
tho pure jnice of tho apple. These tlt!icioiu
tbo place of light wines for table use. Onr
Soda Water, per dox
Tho patent avire stopper used by us on
and or cleanliness and case in oieaiitfr is ttnrwieu. uar notues are oniastrt
CRYSTAL, SODA WORKS
Wc deliver our eootls In uny part of
TELEPHONE 'o. 207.
Lycan & Johnston Music Store
105 AND 107 FORT STREET.
We Have Just Received Per Aberaman,
3F:rc rxx FTs gln.jn.a.,
Pianos. Organs. Guitars,
Harmoniums, Flutes, Fifes. Accortjeons. Harmonicas, Drama, io.
YE C.VN NOW F011NIS1I EMUIY P1KCE FOK A FCLL BR.V38 RtSD.
PIANOS FltOH THE VEItT HKST Tl) THE IX F1I1CK.
OKGAXS FOi: THE Kind of Stiall Mejoeal laatrBaeat Uaaree aa atejak.
OltOANS FIUI THE CUAl'Xt. -The taaxaea) Aesavtnteat of Maaie geiesraaesaaa.
ALSO, TO ARRIVE EX AMT TURNER,
Ail liuiiiensVe kStk
NOTICE OF INCORPORATION.'
vroTici: is mniEiiY givk
Xl that at a media;; beld la lloeulala na tk Mb diy
of March. A. D. I5S1. of nnenhert to ibe stock of Ue
Reciprocity rtarar Company. It waa voted m aitept a j
Charter of Ineorporallen. eranted to ILem aad thrlr
tbe lataaiee. by and wlih
the content of tbe Klair In Privy "a"'"- nnder Ihe
corporate name and style of the KICIPBOIIT1 -i
OAR COMPANT. ee the Tlk day ef Febrnary. tam and
that the corporation ncder tbe raid Charter thern.wn
onaalted ItIf aad elected Ibe folhntlne Pr,-.
Went, J. E. Bath: and Manarer. W I
Cammlnir.: Secretary. C. L. Trea.nr H.
Maetirlane; .Indlter.C. P. Intra: Hoard of Wrert.,r.
J. E. Be.h. W. II. Caaaminirt. J. Ilayselden. C L Hup
kins and T J. MeCrmeoa
Nallee is fortaerilvea tkat I., ; . ..i
aid Cbartcr. no ttoekholdor aall ledlvHnII.T l- llablr
forthedebit of the eornarstlea keyead tha amonnt ,
which shall be dee epon Ibe "btre or skave held or
owned by btm.elf.
C. L. IIOPKIXfl. rtecre arr
II.iaoLCu:. March k. It. 'J j
I X VIUTt'EfUr'TAVO IOCECLTIO S
1 litnrd bv R. Y. Ilienertoo. Em . PeHee Jeetbta ef
lla. nncn Ua Ml laagaeni aaaieai !'.
r of I). V. Pas, for the tea of one hi
doltart and 1 5157. and ah la
,..., r.....,l re Ike MMWrtM kanitad aad
dolUra and "V.1UJ. ( I haaa levied
npon and tballeswe foe tale ts the highest bteeef,
05 WEDNESDAY. April 4th, it S p. a., ai ike Hattee
lloa.r. Itonelnln. tbe folVmlnj named preperty.
tbe risbf. title and lalerett la aad to a rertaia
ih pond known at Kawill. with all taa tab Ie raid
poihC beloi snbject to a rent of per aaana.
Kr les.e dated Jaa. tlk. !!rrt. froa the Minister ef lha
Interior to the said Jaaea Keaa : tle, t Ian at
Kalla, alse. t ac. Pol
barrel.. 1 tlnzle barnete. S boctet. aaleat tke ttld
and my expent are previoosly paid.
W C. PAHKC. Mar.kal
fpni; UXDHIMIGXKD 1IAVINO
JL been dalr aorarlaled Execator of the Batate of at.
J. r.03K, decessed, tad xnardlaa ef bit ml era- children,
all per-on. havlnz tlatas azalnat -aid alata
art artttr aoiinrt io tmr.i it. m. wj.
aad wlthta alx meniba after tbe date eeraet or they
lll be forever barred: aad all pertcat iadrbted to
raid elate ta Hike immediate payaaeat.
P. A. 8CI1AKKH,
Exeeatar of tke Will at M. J. Bote, deeceaee.
llooolala. rabrcary aL IWt. " ta.
Hotice of rortcloiare of Mortgage.
Xl wr naat to a of ak eantiBtim rerfl
O. Kalaaaaea of lite true part, and 8. K. Katllall of lit
olbu put, and ncerriiM Io the oScc of at
ffS aad 4K.tW
2iTe notice tlut a tm fmrciMe
ird asd. after taa Urn- nnlinl br tew. will
tbe laotf tbeicttr cared at pi.k ociUm la lltaajt
lala.crnacconntorihe lrrarh of tea roatiilfoai m
lion-?! ta ull BMrtsa;' Hli Iti- ! at
WalbM. MaaL K. K.ULIt LI. Mortfacc.
y. L. Kiweitt, Ailnrnef tat Mori 90 tt .
$50,000 IN BONDS
Ike Bonds of IheONOHEA Slti.tU COMPANY
at a rare thtt will aire the psrebaser alee wr ceei. ear
arrears, free of trreramralTax. Tbe Capital trleck of
ibe Company l $20x)K; and the wbela amen at er
IKnda It Jl'U.aD, In nu of $311. dtted Nov. 1st, IS
payable $san lB eae year, thstO la twe yaara. aV
ia three years and Ix-dun in fonr yeara from date, with
Coapoas attacbed at 7 per cent.. falHairdae kalf tearty.
all tccared by tbe Srt aad only naortaace oa taa wteAe
propeny ef tha Cempaay. A ay farther lafonulten
reqalreC rr jardlte (Ie Bonds er tke secaiiif, will lw
ftraMhedbr fi. L. Al'STlS. En., at Oanaea. C.
flHEWEC A Co.. llonelala : or by ...
11 uisuur vat.
The Jarvls Furnace Co.
T71E3inE.TO CAX.L. THE
XJ tlon of the Harar riaatera and Mill Oeaera at taa
Island to their Palest Cast Trsth
Firascet, by which tra.b can be banted freak freae
thewlllr Forparlicarare. plea. apply te
' ', " C rltEWEU at COMFY.
Sllam Acentt. CfaaeTi sireH. Ilaaalala.
" THE MOL'XTAIX
Itoete ef J. at OBeea. Tee
heate U beaatlf ally tftaated: has twe ataal etslttas.
rSper rasnth. Parties wltMnx te ate the itaMdejtef
tke coalnz eamnaer. tboalA apple soon to
V. 6. ALEXA3DKR,
Stttca llanaaknapaaje, Man-
Champagne Cider Manufactory,
ta LILIIIA 9TBEET, BOXOICLI;.
This Ilcailh Inrfreratlat Eererare Is Ut tale at all tee
Leadlaj SaMeat ia th City.
IOrderaffOaa the Other fttaada Promptly Attaededie.
TIIBrGYSOi'AaiUM OV THK
AiklrlHs AaaacVatloa Is near open for fee aae
afraemberarrrryilaytSaBillTt ntepiecD tt J p. a.
Mondays sad . fksndsjs far jKHev, sad TseteW
Wtdawdsyt.r'tldajtand aatardays for resttteaea.
wla be erven raej evealae la the vaiteea
8. D, DOLE, rwHeet.
I teenM ttatc, Ifcey fatTw bew
Olovtt. Hittx, CcrscUHnriitTicxBooti, Saeev JteJ.
HONOLULU, 0. 1.
drinks are tacreaeiaa; in raataiiariijead are
extremely loir prices brief; these witaio LVt
all of onr Iwttlcs don saner M
the city and ship to any part of taa Ittaaat.
tMLMKU A ri'ACHKH,
Nnessi l and Cor P.trt A Hercbtai a. tea
VALUABLE CANE LAND,
The andertiaaed. II S Mactaiiaer .ad If. a
AMttDCe. la Baakraplry nf Thea. 9peacae. by vtttaa ef
a decree bf te . oart oTTTa, ttaellea lalaade
dau.1 N.nr SI. lest. I. . ..It In aich aerd Aaataxtraw
plalatHb. aad aid Tho. sptswrr sad ethane areas
4eriedaala,elll tall at rabiic AartMa a the team
Koeat of E t. damv. Hoeoln'.a
ON MONDAY, APRIL 23d,
AT u iitiaH K. JOOS
ALT. THAT TRACT OF llflJflD
aitnated ia k' Dl'trkt of Rile, ttaaratt. aaeara as
1 ho Ahupuaa of Waiponalei !
rotittiaiatc m art 4
T"ita taataareatitM deastlhaet tty aataa seat
biatdila Iktyal Pawnl Xe. eH te
aaSeet.ta a leeaa M.bM by - a.Skaara5kW
aeataaealhy. A lartMrrbaaaf &
or Lees ia teiteete far tat rattraata. r
umIU thasted near the alii ef LMawW Jt Ca Lawf.
Aad alaa aH tea rtekt ef wad Thea. haa newt ta aaat te
ikes Lot of Land lateeted m ftvel rtreea. ftaaTaW
ambed aa follsara: (reaaeaeiaa at ttsetewaa
dltlaraa ami reenlna rTSW.T ck, tt Tata, l
ateat; eootaiahn; tM Saaate latata. """"
n. a. atesBrarae aaa r a """' la
--.-".: .'" "rm.wa. vm n
2P O H. -S jO. X-. E!
H. ItaCKFELD &. C.
To the Proprietors uf Sif-gar Mis.
A 8, AGBXT FOIt FiissT
.J AKTiaajiH. tea naiien as rreXaUyaltaH
tract tec bateste Hat Alt I tvwi
Batch) aaeieeaar (at M meat
ATTSfY AT LAW MS mm tmx.
flr. rrrf a- Aiserw MtMtft -,
tl iftattJeeV, If. t. Jt
Jr.. - ,
?! - -
y-s, Is i
Zkviitmm tfCkzz r2
- - tl
. r tssl
GRiE V I
Thursday, ISatCi 51
38 Casts ... Ki
FINE BLACK 9&ZS
eaa aW in-
Veti XszUjbi Dral
A Fine Asmttvii d !
alaaiar tat.. .
HEBSEB U16S JUfliiEnnni
aer Tiaaa it
lata, v at
BEY GOODS. CIGHJ
Line of FrvsSk Grccc
fSflOrW Ftsteesytrl, &r4 Cc
AbovLt C rAi.r.
SatTirday, jards 3 1
1 vyill seK the
jirtioles of Pfovi:c3
Be..aa,l a, -
"lait "akUtWr . .
DrkJ I'fttr, Xwrf, t4 "TS, I
aVt Laeea a-- -
aeert A a . i
a. r '9apa, el
ChTAriey "Whig's OZ3.
LAHJ) &. KAL. I'll", L
in Hatuhaukcl, at
'aave mi x. m ra . 1
.tie atTiaaee. I r .
ON SATURDAY, Mar. 3
SH tt V aa art aae. '
faetes at tWakt aUta a . . t
aac eeeaaeaaal fareeee
ItVv, f,K; avail
, . are. a,.,,
ll Caio ..
axtA at rax i.
Sattirtlay, April 14
YalHsbiv Uee 1;, u I it
etere. ,' tt, . u
1 rateaaf . , u4. a,,. . . ;- r1i
aaa t -'--era
asetsii a. j
y.aii reea'r - -.- ? aj.a ar i j
I Ptaas at. i.i ataa. .1st.
aawauarr real ebjnnr,
.raaevltaM ' 'eVle.ssat ,
3 -aw e-. -a -
I It-era lataA a) fear, t - rt
s eai i ta aye - -a. v
araei War-4 awt
UaialsaVtlaaliars. let. t
Rata t aaai f ta tWa, r . -
rtefe V. t$ , , ..
teal ia lama if aer !-.. . . ,
SaaeSal ,JC !!? -a -41
eV.", TT "
hf jtriaa. seAte a. Jjsia,
,:jatPT;A - '. 'Sa' i.V "V
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