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Since-last vritioff nslncss fau as.i retronded
and undent present, In lines f tncr& tfadc, utterly
ioicdTctheptcTilUng dnlnees probably belli;
bj the cectnl election of to the
LfCleUtorc, -which UVct jUcc Aside from
tlil ptritcnlu rtawn howercr, there Ihtc been other
tihlch, comblnrdthsTc eecnrrd for the month
of January the unenviable rcnord (from ft ate men is
marie bj Mme of onrbwlbntlnctsmcnjof belnff the
dnlleetln trade, rnrmnnmber or jcartpat. Commercially,
althoazhlarcqtiantltfesof our ataple prodnct
are nor. from Inter Uland ports, yet there le
not ramc profitable division and extent of btM. nese
In circles, as at the same time last year. Xctii
from the Coin per late arrivals was iiot as cheering as
hopfd for and, aUhonh the plantation snjtrs arc all,
or nearly all. contracted for the planters and not the
contractor, lias to bear the crils of low rate?, and other
drawbacks which feeling has &Uo its inflncnccln trade
circles In this dty.
The only arrival con fist of the American bark Cey
!n, from Boston with a foil cargo of assorted
The departure conUt of the brig Hazard with rr
tnrned laborers to the South Seas, the lletperian and
ftcamcr Alameda with cargoes of domestic prodoctt for
iSin Francisco and thejvlikltatlnballaetforlbeboand.
The 045. SUrlpoM.is doc herefrom San Franclrco
within cwi'datta to the lit inst. The W. O.
Irwin rails here for San Francisco.
PORT OP HONOLULU.
Feb. - Am bk Ceylon, Ban-tow, from Boston
Jan. 31 Am brig Hazard, TIerney, for Sooth Sea is
31 Am brie Hepcnan. Winding, for hin Fran
Feb. 1 O S Alameda, Moree, for an Francisco
5 Am bk KliklUt, Cntlcr, for Ton Town tend
Vessels in Port.
II I HX'i S lUeboynIkIimcbrandt
Am bk Rattan, Crosslev
TIiw bk Kale. Itolhfa
Itr bk Aberystwith Cattle, Harrle
Haw bk KalaUna. Miller
Am bgtne Win O Irwin, Turnci
Am bk Ceylon, Farston
For San Francltco, per neperian, Jan 31 M39 bgs
cngar, 1 bg coffee; domestic value, $a,ise 50.
For South Sea Islands, per Hazard, Jan 31 (Jnne,
amunttlon, prorieons, etc-
From Slant and Hawaii, per Ukellke, Jan Rl-J J
For San Francisco, per Hesperian. Jan 31 J M Low,
J C Thompson, W F Clctncne.
For South bca Islands, per Haaard, Jan 31151 Sooth
Sea leUndrrs.incn, women and children.
For Hamakna, per C K Bishop. Feb 1 D Conley, Mrs
J II Mills. Miss A Mills.
For Maul and Hawaii. per Planter. A Bailey,
W.U Bailer, W O Mntth, C Meincckc. Mrs J Kaal, J P
Kakananm. 31 rs V C Lane. Iter Father Bonchard, Mr
if e. L "Woodward. E F Beckwlth, W K
fctnath, E W Fniler. wire and- children, W R Anttln,
Geo II Tuylorand wife, J ATemple, V H
wife and child. J DAckerman, J Hayncs, S Decker, F
Howard, Mr Calm, MTanblcE, A Boos.
For Han Francisco, per Alameda, Feb l W Slay,
Mrrtoberteon.MriCUJadd,MrstKMcrrilt, Mrs J
J 31 Alexander. II Brlknap, J Hundinzton. It
Bev N W Lane and family, II STrejloan, Mrs
uipi xnrnrr ana on, i onon, jirs i nomas, w jc
Hrowcr, E W Barnard. C F Eck"l. Mrs S Macnisson, E
K Can ha, C Lewlp and wife, J l)a?netle. A Crokaa
and wife, W Hnnl, T HoncUen, J C Thompson, h beh;,
JjBnrkr, F3aTar;e, Wm Barry, A Bort L S Chinese,
From Kanal, per Llndtay. lit 1"
Bishop of Honolulu, Mrs A Willis.
From Kauai; and Walanae. per Jss Makee, Feb 2WY
Horner, T J Wall, E Ererson, W J Bramhall, J H Coll.
Froc Maui and MolokaUper Lehua, Feb 1 A Sinclair,
J rhcr,J McCotan.
From Maul and Hawaii, per Kinan. Feb MUe A M
AheonaJIlRB rillpo.T 1'oddler, iln C Y Aiona, Mrt
E C Bond. Mrs Asia anl child. Father Lconor, Brothers
Aslna and Axnila.
For Maui and Hawaii, per W
W Y Homer Jr. O Bahlmahn. W Conradt, C B Miles.
From Eahttlni, per KUa&ra Hon, Feb 2 J Burke. W
FA Brewer, I) Slmpoon,H I' Went worth, Cn.pt Hay-ley,
W T Bhoadct and wire, G Boardman,
For Mini and Molokal, pexLehna. Feb 4-Hr Geo L
Fitch, II F Foster, WB Alexander, W Wall.
For Eanal and Walanae, per Jas Makce. Feb 4 C M
White, Mt8 G Wahlnclkalll, D Lsnc.
HOWIE CAMrSELL In this city, on the 31st nlU
at the residence of the bride father, by Bev. Br.
Damon, Mr. Josrrn G. Howie to Miss Mahqaket Audic
Camtbcll. Jo cards.
29th. by Itcv. C. . Uroscr. A. Noan to Be
Mortuary Report for January 18 b.
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Cohtparnttrt JfotMy Mortality, Opinm
JanltTOI, deaths.. raralyeis....
Jan 1579. deaths., I'neomonla..
Jan iwn, deaths., IEhcamatUm
.ran J"vii, deaths., Ssvpcillit
Jan lwz, death?., 43juicide
JnlKI. deaths., JTeUnns
Jan IBbt, deaths.. 53 Unknown.
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lfeatk by Wat-tit for Month.
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Total deaths outPiac city limit
'ote. Of the above, were
FK.KSE94 IS THE roiXOWWG SCHOOL pCKIAU TUZ
MONTH OP JACAnV,ISJl.
bict. iVr teit, tiklnttt.
Fort Mrtrt NchooU.in t .011 x
Koral bchool sal & 1.4 ncorlj
I'ohakalna School.. 130 none
M.AIbnnUollcxc CI 3 ,15
M. Louis' Collect;.. .218 V 4:2!
i'rfpwatoty icboo!. SO & 0.42
Scholar absent three or more da&on
account of of aickucts or alleged ticknens arc n ported
Jonx II. Bnows, Acnt Board of Health.
Pral.. for a Plantation Manager.
The folknrisg portions of a translation uf a letter
by a rortngneso laborcr.uhich has been written
Jor the Lnn Uotmthiit boa been forwarded to the
Oizrnc for publication, and wo cladly rito space
sbowinz bow the PortonQCSO at Waialoa
feel towiirds then- employer:
WinLtu, Jan. 'Ji, 1SSJ.
Knrron (lixiTE: Christinas and New Year's
days passed off in a pleasant and spirited manner
on the "Wnlalua Plantation on this Island. A creat
inany of the l'ortucncfle employed on said planta
tion caueu on Mt. u. naisieau ana wisceu mm me
complunents of the season, lie received them
with satisfaction and pleasure, and responded
generously to them.
Uf all the plantations on these islands this one
is perhaps the best.
Firstly, liecause neither Mr. llalstcad nor his
non hare rst used any bad languaco towards n single
Secondly. Because they c"0 their instructions
to their tunas m regard to their daily laborers.
Thirdly. Because this plantation has a healthy
climate, about the same ns we aro used to at home,
though it bo a little warmer, still after 10 o'clock
in tho evening it always becomes cool, and our
countrymen f eel first rate hero.
. Mr. rlalslead and his son make t heir appearance
at the work in the morning to see whether all are
at work, or whether any one has becomo sick during
Finally. They never ref nso to grant any favor
provided it doe. not interfere with tho work of the
plantation. They also grant leave to all tho Portuguese
to raise chickens and pigs, and have their
' This plantation owner has enlarged his dwelling
bouse, m that now it is ouito a neat littlo Dlace.
and the plan shows very good taste. It is to be
Hoped mat Air. liaistead ana ranuiy may enjoy it
for roan. nro.nernna veAra. A new rhimnev is to
be erected here. It is to be built of rough stone
and will have a height of from 80 lo 30 feet when
finished and is round. The mason who is building
it is a Portuguese who was one of the best at
his trade in St. Michael's. Air. llalstcad is auite
satisfied with the work which the man designed.
Respectfully Tours, Jose drtiso 1'iciiECO.
The Princeville Plantation Case-
The case of Chulan & Co. vs. Princeville Plantation,
Just decided by tho full Court, was this:
'MaicKlst, 1&S0, an agreement was signed by both
parties, by which the plantation "agreed lo rent lo
Chulan Co. certain lands at llanalei for the purpose
of cultivating rice." Both parties agreed "to
sign, seal and execute a leaso in duplicate to bo
hereafter prepared upon the terms and conditions"
named iu the agreement, viz: MThe plantation to
leaB. from 300 to 700 acres of land to bo used only
in the cultivation of rice, and put Chulan & Co. in
posssossion of all lands over 300 acres as soon as
the manager elects to do so, the SCO acres to be
taken possession of immediately,1 for five years
with privilege of extension for five years more, at
a yearly rent of ff a) an acre. Ko land at llanalei
to be leased to any one else for rice culture without
Chulan & Co.s consent, the latter to hare dead
wood for fences, etc. The plantation to furnish
all the water necessary for the cultivation of said
land with rice,' ab pasturage for cattle, and two
acres out of every 100 rent free for houses. Chulan
& Go. not to sublet or assign, nor interfere with
plantation labor. Kent was paid up to April 1st,
188Z, on S3 fiS.100 acres. At that date Chulan
Co. cad procured a survey of the land planted by
them Bhowing it lo be 30106 acres, and dccliccu
to pay rent for more. The plantation then brought
proceedings 10 eject them for non-payment of rent.
They hereupon brought their Bill in bquity against
the plantation, asking for an injunction against
the ejectment, for a decree that Jl3.72 be refunded
to them as overpaid rent, and that the
"plantation be ordered to execute the agreed lease,
I for 30X03 acres. J The answer set up that the defendants
had placed the plaintiffs in possession of
371 acres of rice land. The hearing was before
Judge MoCully in January, 1SS3, who gave a decree
in favor of tho plaintiffs, holding that Chulan &
Co. were chargeable with only the land shown by
their survey to bo under cultivation, also that tho
'plantation was bound to furnish water for be
"'Cponlhe appeal, the defendant was allowed to
present further evidence as to the nature of the
land,and the full Court held that the plaintiffs
'were chargeable with all the land which the plantation
had placed at their disposal, less a few acres
as too swampy for rice; also that the agreement
did not require water to be brought upon the
land; that 'the written agreement amounted Ion
leaser and that as contended by the defendant's
counsel, the fact that Chulan A Co. had not
asked that water be conducted upon the land
showed that they did not construe the agreement
to require that to be done. The grounds taken by
th. rJaintilTa counsel, that the agreement for all
over S0Q acres was not binding upon th? plaintiffs
at they did not agree to take it, and that clause
to deirrer possession "as soon as the manager
elects" was void for vagueness; and that until a
lean should be made aa agreed, they were liable
onlr lor ase and occupation, also that they had the
'option to determine what was suitable rice land,
were not sustained by the full Court; but th. defendant
was ordered to execute c lease.
Hca j rain Bhowcr at noon, yestenl ay in town.
Voters, mo that you carry your tax receipts to
The proper meat for ROTcrnment candidates
would be tue cold shoulder.
There will bo s fulness ofthomoon,
to the nufccd eye, oa tho 11 jnst.
jendent members will eeo to it that this is notn
T!1YTA lint n M.IU.t l- T.l , . n- .
.., wub bittj. i uiu tuo xauepcuucni iicitet.
me comet is now plainly visible lo sky cazcrs
and is falling into the nsnai bad habiU of its
erratic brethren, rizz staying out late o' nifihts.
XifihtninK has been noticeable on every evening
lre l Week chicflI " the north and northwest.
Xhe weather of cTenincs has been cool and
The Hawaiian Hission Children's Society will
hold us rcCTlar meeting at Hev. Dr. Hydesl
.v.ukUKiuM hiu iiwuic vu iwd umereni occasions
on the same evening dnring several
tnofl nf thn racl vulr ... .n.. .1 i. a.
and after the moon had set.
ir;H . ... .. .
vyuK a iripio ivaiuii on tue ard
inst. m one of his wbaleboats. The party went
a. m. and returned at fi p. m.
Quite a pleasu . ,le entertainment took place at
Knights of i Uatl on the evening of the 4 th
mst. under the auspices of members of a local
Pastor Cruzan resumes tho teaching of his
Efcle class to-night. Tho hour of meeting is
changed to C:3. A general invitation w extended
and promptness is expected.
The Bullet in is responsible for the statement
that the Flanttr beat the A"hik two hours and
forty minutes on the last trip up, the -victor arriving
that time ahead at Maalea bay.
Who want to pay increased taxes? Tho men who
rote the Government Ticket! There are heavy
enough bills to pay already, and these will be
largely increased if the present men stay in office.
There was a good attendance of young men at
tho Y. iL C. A. prayer meeting Sunday afternoon.
It is specially desired that all who can attend will
come to the meeting next Sunday afternoon, at
350 p. m, in the Y, M. a A. Hall, Hotel street.
The hasto in which the Hazard put to sea caused
three who expected to take passage in the vessel
to the southern seas, in charge of Cant.
to be left behind. They will probably reship
with their prcsenLemployer.
The Amateur Musical Society met last Friday
for their usual fortnightly practice, and a good
evening's work was got through. Owing to the
absence of Mr. Hergcr, the leader, the concert will
be postponed for a month.
Tnr son-in-law seems to be very busy jost now,
and n quantity of liquor is about. Some may con-
uttimo iwu iuea logciuer, anu luey uo say inai
considerable quantities of liquor are being distributed
by some one.
Medals awarded to Hawaiian exhibitors at the
lloston Exhibition have been received in this city
by Messrs Holies & Co, and J. W. Itobertson fc Co.
Iheir Majesties received special medals.
"Emperor of the Pacific'" is lo be another title,
besides that of Kim of Hawaii, and another coro
nation scheme is being projected by the Palace
party V Happy the xnan who owns no taxable
Domestic staple products have been arrivinc in
large quantities from the other islands, during tho
past week. On last Sunday no less than nvc
bchooners heavily laden passed into port within
two hours of arrival of the first, and last.
It rou don't want a dearth of water, and if vou
7o want a proper water supply, voto the Independent
ticket. Its members are pledged to see that
tue ffOrrrtitHfHt ts jytvjxrlff earrtrti on.
Mr. J. Emmekrth has kindly famished a state
ment relative to tho rainfall in Manoa valley during
the month of January by which it appears that,
during the first three weeks of tho month there
was no rain, but between the "1st and 2Mb, 2?
F. IL ilav&eldcn constituted himself the SDccial
guardian of tho ministerial messroom on the
evening of tho ith and objected to any talk
in favor of the Independent candidates, in fact
going so far as to call the police to his assistance
to Keep " papa s noose irom ueing ueuieu.
News from the other islands relativo to the prospects
of elections for tho Independent partv is
good. From almost every district, intelligence
comes that tho people mean to assert themselves,
and to topple the candidates of our venal, corrupt
and unpatriotic ministry into tho mud.
Do ou want leprosy to invade vour homes, and
desolate them as some homes have been here? If
you do, vote for the government candidates who
will strive to hush any clamor. The Independent
men go in to investigate end investigation is sorely
Serious charges arc made relative to the unclean
condition of the Uahu prison, there being stated,
amongst other things, that a number of the inmates
are badly diseased, and all, Portuguese,
Chinese, Hawaiians and others, wash in two tubs.
The medical attendant should look tc this.
A jury consisting of Messrs. Kolte, Adams,
Brash, Asbford, A. Marquis and K. if. Ward, have
been appointed by and requested to meet the
Marshal of the Kingdom on the 8th inst., at - p.m.,
in front of the Music HalL to take the necessary
steps towards having Merchant street widened.
E. Preston, Esq. has moved from his old office
in Fort Street to the office formerly occupied by
Cecil Brown, Esq. on Kaahumanu Street. Mr.
Brown will occupy an office in the now Campbell
block, and Mr. Preston's old office will bo occupied
by Mr. Eckart, the jeweller.
All voters should remember that they have the
privUego of taking all tho whiskey and moncjr
they can get and then voto as they please. This
statement does not injure the Independent party
ticket, that crowd not being in the whiskey or
The usual Saturday afternoon concert, was
given by the Band at Emma Square on the 2nd
inst. The selections played on the occasion were
from the works of Suppe, Vcrdlt Cooto and Andrews,
well rendered by the instrumentalists,
under the leadership of assistant-bandmaster
Signor Cnspini whose wonderful manipulation
of the Xylophono and Verrophone has attracted
the attention of the public in many of the large
cities of tho East, intends to give an exhibition of
his abilities to-morrow evening at the Music Hall.
The box plan is now opsn at tho offteo of Wiseman
Messrs. Ilynian Bros, will soon occupy the largo
and commodious premises on Queen street formerly
occupied by the California Furniture Manufacturing
Co. ; changes are now being made in the
interior arrangements of the store and the removal
will be made thither by tho firm about
Improvements are being made and nearly completed
in tho premises formerly occupied by Max
Eckart the jeweler, on Fort street and by which
Messrs. Benson, Smith Co- the well known
druggists will be enabled to present to their patrons
the largest and most comfortable drug, perfumery
and fancy articles establishment in this
Rev Father Bouchard will preach in tho Roman
Catholic Cathedral on Sunday evening at 7 JO. Tho
subject of his discourse will be Grace As the
liovcrend Father intends to leavo on the 15th, it
will be probably tho last opportunity the buplic
will have to here him for some time; hence wo
hope that this eminent and popular preacher will
bo favored with a good audience.
Tho sailors on board the KnhUi'uik were quite
busy all day Sunday, painting and cleaning the
vessel. On the cattle wharf was also a gang of
the ship's crew engaged in painting boat and gun
covers, and doing other work which could hot be
regarded as a necessity: yet they were not
by tho vigilant (?) harbor police.
An order having been issued against tho rose of
liquor at the barracks, the free and independent
voters and military were treated to a free drunk at
the house once occupied by the Transit of Venus
Partv, An eyewitness states that he saw at least
100 dead drunk bodies lying about the grounds.
and in this way the government party hope to secure
The carelessness manifested by thoso in
charge of Emma Square in leaving large and deep
holes uncovered on concert nigbta is most reprehensible.
After some child has fallen in one, and
broken a limb or killed itself, then probably the
matter will be attended to and a verdict rendered
of culpable carelessness, on IhrjtnrtofthetJtfld.
This matter has been spoken of before; look to it
At Fort St. Church this ( Wednesday ) eveninc.
there will be a study of the Fiji Islands, with many
lesson, addresses and essays. These (monthly
"studies" of mission-lands are beoomiru? intensely
interesting, as tho large audiences present bear
witness. The invitation to attend is general, and
the pastor and his people will accord a warm welcome
The premises connected with the residence of
that astute, intelligent and Honorable Noble
Junius Kaao was the ground upon which a num
ber of the supporters ox the uovemment ticket
met on a late occasion, and in the enthusiasm
occasioned by the presence of sundry liquors pre
sent exenangea me voting passport, mcir uix
receipt, for that bane of Hawaiians, gin!
Tho Oceanic S. S. AlnmeHoj Capt Morse, sailed
from this port for San Francisco at noon of Ihe
1st inst, tnHnr; as passengers several well known
residents, amongst who were noticed Mrs J. I).
Castle. Mrs D. Lightner. Mrs
C. II. Judd. Mrs Captain Turner and son. Rev N.
W. Lane and family, S. Magnin and family, S
Selig, and U. S. Tregloan.
On Saturday, Messrs. Kunuiakea, J. Eawainui
and Kalaukoa addressed a number of the electors
at the residence of the former. Some four hundred
voters were present and lustily cheered their
favorite candidates. The Independent ticket meets
with a response in the hearts cf the independent
voters, and in spite of cliques and nays it is going
to do its best to win the day.
Thomas Russel, a prisoner confined at Oahu
Jail, e scaped from that institution between 3 and
4 p. m. on the 2Cth instant, and has not yet been
founa. .fames tiynn, anotner prisoner under
sentence for theft, escaped from a gang at the
quarry a few days previously. The authorities
hare endeavored to cover up both cases and there
seems to be no great endeavor lo re-capture. This
demands the attention of the Attorney-General.
The cartoons displayed at the office of the A'.
UaxxiiiPae Jihk, conlinuo as biting as ever. Last
Saturday the ministry, a very broken down looking
crowd indeed, were represented as looking
through a telescope at four very brilliant comets.
tne memoers on ino inaepenaeni ucui. iuen u
little doubt but that the Independent ticket will
completely dazzle and orerthow the ministry.
A cartoon exhibited yesterday depicts H. M. the
King on his throne upheld by four individuals.
On the left of Ihe throne are seen all the monarchs
of the earth eagerly preferring their stars and
decorations, on the right side are the various
elements tugging at ropes fastened to the
crown which surmounts the royal seat, while one
individual, presumably the Premier, and sundry
wooden props, are striving to keep tho king's
scat in a perpendicular position. The cartoon
may be accepted save for the opposition offered
being applied to tho overthrow of the throne. The
ropoln their bands (the opposition) should have
been attached somewhere else.
Tho Athertiter is adopting the trick of advertising
its own productions "at the best in the market,"
claiming to be the only paper that had official
reports of the late inquiry. Yet strange to
say it omitted the direct examination of seven
witnesses, the cross examination of three, and
presents Mr. Davidson's remarks in a "made"
form. Can't get an increase of patronage on that
showing, Messrs. Editors I
Captain Uayley yesterday made the first step
towards the compliance with the law relating to
the location of the mounted police and took a
dozen of his force forward, per steamer Kilamta
Hon, to Wailuku, Maui. The men and horses appeared
well trained and showed that both time
and labor had been expended on their instruction,
but this late action on the part of the officials
looks like an attempt to dodge the wrath of the
Tho position of Jailor at Oahu Prison is
spoken of as being held at the disposal
of the chief member of the South Sea embassy,
and who is expected to shortly return here. Marshal
Parke has the power to make the appointment
subject to the approval of the Minister of
the Interior, so the law reads, but there is considerable
doubt relative to either of those persons
having bad much to say about the present candidate.
Rev. Father Bouchard, the Jesuit priest who
has been conducting the mission services held at
the Roman Catholic Cathedral during the past
two weeks, has ended his labors and gone on a
visit to the Volcano on Hawaii. Before his departure
the English speaking Catholics of the
diocese tendered the reverend gentleman their
thanks for the services rendered and also presented
him with a purse of about $300 to cover his
So a fine restaurant is to bo erected on a portion
of the land belonging to the Frontier, near
Hale. The lines upon which the siege of independent
members of the State Legislature of
California was carried on a few years ago, seem as
if they were going to bo repeated here. What was
the .name of the establishment near the State
House in Sacramento? was it the Rooster's Roost?
or what was it?
Tho racifie Commercial AtlrtrlUtr, already notorious
for the many proprietary and editorial
changes, has now been changed itself and made
its appearance on the 2nd inst., in a quarto form
of twelve pagas. Tho old volume ends with No. 36,
and Vol. XSLX commences with the above alterations.
Neither names of publishers, proprietors,
printers or editors appear now in the columns of
our cotemporary, so wo compliment the paper itself
on its improved appearance.
Tho following officers were installed last
Monday night Feb. 4th at the K of 1 Hall by
Lodge Deputy J. B. Atberton of Algaroba Lodge
I. O. G. T: P. W. a T William Clark; W. C. T
N.F. Burgess: R. H. S, D. Collins; L.H.S,Miss
A. Carter; W.V.T., Miss E. J. Walker; W.S., J.
H.Hare; W. F. S., Misa Frances Lack;
F. Burgess; W. M., Jas. McGuire Jr.;
Bolster; W.LG.,MissE. Carter; W. O.
G., Jas. McGuire Jr.; Chaplain, Mrs. A. J. Burgess.
Mr Carter gives an unqualified denial to the
statement in the "organ" that ho was prepared to
support tho ministry. What Mr. Carter said was
that if it could be proved to him that the ministry
was innocent of all charges ,, and then only
would he give it his support., He was against their
measures iu point of fact, but held no personal
hostility. He added however, that with evidence
in his possession it would be impossible to show a
clear record. '
The akih will return onFriday.and will be put
on tho Marino Railway on Saturday. Though the
steamer has only beau running since Nov. 23d, her
bottom is covered with grass and barnacles. If
thero had been no marine railway it would have
been impossible to continue running the steamer,
and the project was one which the Premier was
pleased to deride, or at least object. This, like
many another project for the advancement of the
commercial interests of Hawaii, which he has Bet
his hand against, has proved a thorough boon to
Tho saintly quartette Baker, Lilikilani, Keau
andKaulukou, called a meeting at the new Ministerial
messroom on the evening of the 4th
which was attended by about 130 people, not over
one-third of whom were voters. The proceedings
were opened by prayer by John Akina, sexton of
nnnnf the churches of thecitv (which fact alone
tends to prove more ominous towards tbodeath'of
tuo party man to me ooiaining or new ine aiier
well known ttitft Lilikilani and kaulukou. But
little enthusiasm prevailed.
A very largo and pleasant gathering of people
look place at tho residence of Mr. Thomas Campbell,
Pnoao valley, on the evening of tho 31st nit.,
the occasion being the marriage of his eldest
daughter Miss Addie Campbell to one of Honolulu's
master mechanics, Mr. Joseph Howie. The
happy pair wero joined in the holy bonds by Rev.
Dr. Damon, the bride being seconded by Miss
Campbell and Miss Lillio Baldwin as bridesmaids,
Messrs J. E. Wiseman and Thomas Buchanan
performing groomsman service for the blushing
groom. The bridal pair were the recipients of
numerous elegant and costly presents and it is
hoped that their future will be as happy as was
desired by tho expressed wishes of their assembled
Tho schr. Emma Claiidina left Kilo for Papaika,
on Monday morning Jan. 2S, to take in sugar from
A gilded llvo cent pieco was palmed off on a native,
at Uilo, on Sunday Jan. 27, by a stranger, for
a fire-dollar gold piece. The piece resembles
strongly the U. S. fivo dollar jjiece on one'side, but
tho reverse side has tho unmistakeablo V, instead
of tho eagle.
Chinese Now Year commenced at Hilo on Friday
Jan. 23, by a great firing off of .crackers and
bombs. Saturday was a rainy day-especially
the evening. Sunday was very quiet, not a firecracker
to bo heard, the day being spent by the
Celestials in making and receiving calls. Monday
morning's light was ushered in by the unmistakable
Chinese fire-cracker an 1 bomb.
The Bnckle Inquiry.
Tho death of William Buckle, Governor of Oahu
Jail, on thoJ7th has greatly disturbed people
iu general during the past week on account of
tho somewhat incompatible testimony presented
before tho jury convened by Coroner Dayton to
make an inquiry into the case. There is no hesitation,
by those present during the examination,
in condemning the manner in which the witnesses
were provided, as it were, with answers to questions,
promulgated by the Coroner. The Marshal
was proscnt during a great portion of the time but
a capable law officer from, the Attorney-General's
department, was conspicious by nil absence. The
inquiry, considering the official bungling which
preceded it should have been watched over by a
competent legal officer on tho part of the Crown
who could make a report as to the manner in
which the inquiry had been conducted. Below is
given a summary of the testimony taken :
Summary of the Testimony.
Da Br.oDiE said that, he was called by a telephone
message to the Prison, at between S and G
o'clock on the morning of the 27th. Went there
and then found that Mr Buckle had been injured
and that the body was being conveyed to his home
on Liliha street. The doctor went thither; found
the injured man dead, and on a cursory examination
found some bruises on tho head; he probed
them but could not find that the skull was fractured.
At tho post mortem examination (held at
I o'clock on the afternoon of the 27th) he examined
the head of deceased, in company with Dr
McKibbin. Thought that the injuries could have
been made with a blunt instrument. Did not examine
the body or hands.
Dc McKixbxx. Examined the body of deceased
at 4 p.m. on the 27th, in company with Dr Brodie.
Thought from tho bruise 'on the cheek and the
nature of tho wounds on the head that they were
more apt to be caused by a fall on the coral rocks,
where deceased was found, than by a blunt instrument.
The brain would have appeared the
same whether death was caused by a fall or by a
blow of a blunt instrument. In apoplexy, death
would not have resulted so quickly.
Mas Kur-ii Giovxa. Was one of those present
at the It im at Henry Kaia'B house on the night
of the 2Cth and early morning of the 27th. The
deceased and Ids children were there. Did not
see deceased when he left. She left there about
II o'clock in company with daughters of deceased
and went with them to the Jail. Inside met deceased
and Malaihi the head turnkey. She drank
some "sour mash whiskey" with Malaihi but deceased
did not drink. She left the prison at about
11 JO o'clock in company with Malaihi to return
to the feast. Deceased was sober when she left
his company at that hour.
MiLuni. This witness is the head turnkey of
the Jail: he stated, that he left the Jail in company
with Mrs. Glover, accompanied her to the
luair, and returned again to the prison. When he
arrived back ho went up stairs to tho dining-room,
deceased was there with his daughters. Staid a
few moments and then went down to the hall.
Deceased came down shortly and both went into
the office of the Jail to transact some unimportant
business. Witness and deceased afterwards went
up stairs to the dining-room and had a glass' of
wine together. It was a little past midnight when
witness retired, ho havinu left deceased in the
dining-room, and that was the last time that he
saw him alive, lie was awoke from sleep by hearing
the noise of breaking glass,thought first one of
the pictures in his room had faUcD,on examination
found that it was from the window. Called a
guard, Paahana, told him of the circumstance and
thinking that it was some drunken person outside
who had broken the window by throwing some
thing in, the guard went out to see- Witness followed
soon after and mit the guard returning and
who told him that "Buckle was dead." Both
witness and the guard then returned to the place
where deceased was lying. Deceased was lying on
his left side, with his head on the curbstones, and
his hands extended. A "curious feeling came
over witness, he returned to the prison and gave an
alarm. Witness went out again in company with
Charles Clark (son-in-law of deceased! and others,
picked up the body, brought it into the piison,
and af terorards Gent it to the family residence.
He was of opinion that deceased had fallen from
the roof. Charles Clarke had awoke the witness
about 3.30 aon. but he went to sleep afterwards
and was awoke bv the crash of the class.
1'ximxz. A guard, on duty in the hallway from
i to o a.m. on tue morning ox uo occurrence, ne
did not know whether Mr. Buckle was in or out
when he went on watch, Afterwards heard from
the guard at the gate that deceased was out. If
this witness testimony is to be believed as interpreted,
the jail regulations are a farce, he stating,
that he relieved the guard at 2. (when the regular
hour i3 3 o'clock,) did it of his own accord, no authority,
rules are there, printed, but the guards do
as they please. Can go around outside when they
are oawatcnu mo deceased
came in the prison alter 1 o'clock and spoke
to witness. Called Charles Clark at 3.45. When
deceased camo in ho had on a coat, pants and
smoking cap. Witness judged deceased had been
drinking rum. Deceased came in a little after 4
ajn. It was dark; he went up stairs alone. After
the crash tho first person seen by witness was
ho (M. camo from his own room, he was
only partly dressed. Malaihi said to him that a
picture was broken; Wialoa was also present. Saw
the glASA broken in Majaihi's room; went to see
who had broken the window. Witness was the
first at of deceased; came back and told
Malaihi and then Malaihi went out with him.
Think the bell was struck at S o'clock, afterwards
heard the crash.
itrru, another prison guard, on duty from
12 to 3 a.m. Was stationed in the hail, Pahaana
relieved him. Witness sow tie deceased at 1a.m.
he went out of the prison, alone. Deceased said
be wa3 going "fconohiing". Did not see deceased
return. Was in hi3 bed when he heard of death of
deceased, Went out with Others to tho body. In
answer to questions by lawyer Davidson, witness
stated: deceased had woolen coat and cants on
and slippers when bo went out. Deceased came
from up stairs, and was 'aider the influence of liquor
but not staggering. Tho prison regulations
arc strict. Witness was not relieved from duty
until 3 o'clock; he saw tho clock.
Winuu, tno lamp boy of the jail;
he came in, it was past 4 o'clock, came in
alone Deceased spoke to Paahana, a guard, and
then went up stairs. Hearda noise afterSo'clock;
sounded like glass breaking; Malaihi told witness
and Pahaana that his window was broken. Found
glass on the floor of MalaihFs room. Pahaana
went outside to see who broke the window.
( By Mr. Davidson.) Malaihi was not dressed,
had no pants nor drawers on. Saw deceased go up
stairs, he was not staggering but appeared to have
been drinking. Witness called Charles Clark
when he beard the alarm and that Mr. Buckle was
Hum. A guard on duty at the gate from 3 to C
ajn. Saw deceased when he came in on the morning
of the 27th. It was past 4 o'clock. Deceased
said ho had been en jo'sng Chinese New Year and
had just relumed. was the last timo witness
saw him alive. I heard a noise after 5 o'clock. The
inner guard Paahane was the first who asked me
if I heard iL He then went in and came out with a
lantern and went outside the jail. He came back
and said deceased was lying outside. I did not
leave the gate. Malaihi gave the alarm by ringing
(By Mr. Davidson.) Deceased did not stagger
when he came in. He had on a coat and pants.
Polici Circiix J. A. Mzrnrrzss who seemed to
have examined the body more carefully than the
two medical experts, stated that be washed and
dressed the deceased at the house. Saw two cuts
on the left side of the head, a jagged scratch on
the left cheek, the left car badly torn, the flesh on
tho second and third fingers of the right hand were
cut into the bone and the second finger was broken.
The little finger on the left hand was also broken.
Camus Cusx. (Son-in-law of deceased and
who was sleeping la the jail on the morniog of the
occurrence.!' Was called by Paahana at 3.15a.m.
on the 27th; dressed and let out two stewards, a
lamp boy, and a prisoner named Andreas. Took
in the meat. Was told by the guard that Malaihi
had left orders to let his men out. Went and asked
Malaihi and then let the men out. Then went
to bed and slept until the alarm was given on the
finding of the body of deceased. I went to the
body, took deceased's watch from his pocket, there
was blood on the watch. Witness acknowledged
being very much excited. Malaihi brought a bier
on which the body was placed and taken into tho
prison, and afterwards took the body to the family
residence. Met Dr. Brodie between the bridge
and the prison and told him to go to the house.
Witness wife had telephoned for the doctor.
(To Mr. Davidson.) Have heard a dispute between
Malaihi and deceased. Can't say whether
they were on good terms or bad terms. Have
known Paahana to answer deceased impudently.
Heard no noise kef ore the alarm. There were
quite a number of coral stones where the body lay.
The doctor probed the wounds and said that the
skull was not fractured.
Mist Kxlhtesewa, A prisoner, under a life
sentence for murder. Heard a noise at broad daylight.
Was in my cell at the time. Heard that
Mr. Buckle was dead. After my cell door was
opened went into Malaihi's room and found two
panes of glass in tho window broken and one
cracked and tho glass all over the floor. The sash
of the window was broken. All the pieces were
inside. There was blood on the lower corner of
the sill. Witness washed it off.
(To Mr. Davidson.) My cell door is locked every
night. Malaihi opened tho cell doors that morning.
Told a Portuguese woman (a foreigner) that
Mr. Buckle wa3 dead. Prisoners in the hall told
witness. The turnkey told her. Witness did not
see the body brought in; only heard of it.
Mixu Rose, a female prisoner, confined for
theft. Was awake at the hour of the occurrence,
had a baby in arms which kept her awake. Heard
the noiso of the breaking of the window and then
the falling of the body. Before hearing the noise
of the window heard noises on the roof. Heard
somo one moving about after the fall of the body.
It was about 4X0 -a.m. Saw Malaihi about ten
minutes after, ho bad on black pants and had on a
shirt. I Saw him after the bell rang.
(By Mr. Davidson.) Heard the voices of pesons
on the roof. Think it was 3.30. Recognized deceased's
voice. Heard a struggle on tho roof before
I heard tho glass breaking or the fall. Ara
sure that the struggle or noise was not in Malaihi's
room. Saw Mary cleaning away the blood and
dirt from Malaihi's room and window. Malaihi
sent a man to see what was the matter before he
opened the door. Saw tho lamp-boy (Walola) sitting
near tho place ho keeps his lamps. Did not
see Malaihi go out of his room. Alary was the only
one I saw go in. Saw Paahana down stairs.
(another female prisoner.) Was in the
jail that morning. Heard footsteps overhead before
tho crash. Afterwards heard footsteps returning
to the dining room. Malihi told
that his window was broken. Heard him
speak or call out, a few moments after the crash.
(By Mr. Davidson.)Heard no commotion on tho
roof before the fall. Heard no struggling. First
heard steps going out on tho roof, then the crash,
then the footsteps coming back.
Me. Desst, operator in tho telephone office testifies
to receiving a ruessago from the jail at 5:30
o'clock on tho morning of the 27th. Received
only one call from there.
Hooxaika, an engine driver, said that ho was
coming from bis houso titaloi of tho prison at 5 a.
m.; saw Andreas a prisoner with a lantern standing
about where the deceased was lying. Andreas
walked toward the upper end of the prison, witness
kept on towards King street. Saw Malaihi come
out; heard Malaihi ask Andreas "is he dead,
sure?" (wnle )oa) Was only a short distance
from them at the time ; heard conversation distinctly
; saw something lying on the footpath.
Axdeew C1UACIIE3, a prisoner serving sentence
for murder, stated, Clark let me out in tho morning
about 1X0 o'clock, went to tho stable, and did
work there. Malaihi camo for n board and told
mo "Bucklo was dead." I bad a lantern and
looked around for a board. Got one and then
went with it to where deceased was lying.
(By Mr Davidson) I passed the place when 1
first camo out at 4X0. Deceased was not thero
then. Thero was a lot of blood, and, after the body
was removed, witness and another prisoner washed
it away by order of Malaihi.
ExcttiNE. was at tho 7tm and came homeward
with deceased on his last rctnm to the jail. Parted
with deceased some instance uns siue oi the man
ka entrance. Deceased was not then drunk.
Ulxht Kjuia. at whoso bouse the luaa was held.
slated that the deceased came there at two different
times : only saw him take one drink; deceased
left with Kauhano after 4 o'clock ; deceased had
liquor In him but was not drunk.
Malaiiu was recalled and testified that there
was no ill-feeling between deceased and himself.
C0C5SQ, XUVTOSOS'S EEMAUXS.
Mr. Davidson at the closo of tho takint? of tho
testimony, addressed Ihe jury as follows : "Gent
f the jury: This has been an unusually
protracted trial. No one was suspected to an extent
that would require their being brought before
yon to testify as to their guilt, but the law requires
and makes it the duty of tho Coroner that when a
sudden death occurs thero should bo an inquiry to
ascertain if any foul means have been adopted.
Mr. Buckle was well known, and in perfect health
on Saturday. Ho was well enough to go to a
friends entertainment, and went again because
be could not rest at homo from the noiso of the
Chinese Iewi ear. Ifewas highly esteemed,and
it is not known that ho had anr enemies. The
fact of finding the body being" reported to the
uoroncr, ne nns summoneu you six gentlemen to
inquire into tho case. ."Inch time would have
been saved by not moving the body or its surroundings
until a jory had inspected them. As
nobody is accused of using violence, it does not
become mo to comment upon the testimony. I
camo on behalf of the family to assist the Coroner
in having a full and thorough investigation.
It now behooves von to return a verdict, noon the
facts bef oro you, according to your best reason and
At 7 p.m. on Iho 2Dth, tho jury retired to make
their verdict, having patiently heard tho testimony
taken through the two protracted sittings, the
first sitting commencing at 2 p.m. on the 2tith and
closing at 2 a.m.- on the 20th and the second
commencing at 1.30 p.m and ending at G.50
p.m. on tuo A'tu. Alter three hours oi ualibera
lion, f over an hour of which was scent in end
eavoring to obtain native words that would convey
their idea of "unknown causo" tho following
verdict, subECribcd to by all, was returned, viz.
"That the said William Buckle came to bis death
from injuries received by a fall from tho top of
the wall of tho jail, said fall occurring by some
cause unknown to the jury."
The verdict thus rendered has added to, instead
of diminishing Ihe feeling existing amongst a great
many persons that there had been ford play and a
Gazette representative was specially detailed to
woricuptno various rumors anoat. Alter
hours hard work during which fourteen peo
ple, whose names do not appear in the list of witnesses,
were questioned, including fivo prisoners in
the jail, a personal examination of Malaihi for
signs of leprosy, and a personal trial of the possibility
of tho window being reached from the
parapet, the following opinion is reported, that,
the deceased arrived nt the jail at 4.45 that be was
under the influence of liquor, that he first
went to his room and then to the icof,
(probably) walked on the roof, instead of the
platform which leads direct lo a turret, and fell
through one of tho ocenings. Dead men tell no
tales an earlier inquiry would have pro-
uaoiv resuueu more suusiaciuriir to iue lamnr
and friends of the deceased and the general public
Ancient Hoads on Manf.
Enrrou Gazette: I do not intend to enter into
u newspaper controversy, but a statement made
by "Via" in tho Ailctrliter of the 28th viz:
that the plantations west of Maliko Gulch, have
fenced all the ancient roads." should not co un
challenged. "Via" there sneaks of one closed ten
ran o.7o. As that was before my time. I can only
- .. I A 1 I ..-. .!. .l.a. t.tta
&dv uiad iuu lb utu jiiiiAiiiiiu'i uiA. uiu nuuiib
should have a road at that place, surely eomethin
woula liATe been uone about it ere tuis.
Aa to the others, fiva vears ao. this Drt of the
district was all open arid an; person desiring to
fish or swim, wended 1U way ncording to hi own
sweet will to anr part of the hcach that suited him.
Jurors going lo Lai-aim, started straight across
the commons and m so doing year after year made
quite an "ancient road.' A man wishing to put
up a mill or build a. foundation, looked along the
Bea beach until he found sand that suited his par-pose,
sent hh carts for it and if it were rainy
weather they made one of those "ancient roads."
Cattle herded all around here and in coins to and
from water made more "ancient roada," and so on
until as "Via" says Ihsy were "numerous."
But about government roads, yes, there were
those too and they ore fenced out, recognized and
marked by tho government to the extent of more
than SO miles in this district, only one that I am
aware of having been closed, viz: the Alaiawao
and KaKalni road, and that by Sprcckels' plantation,
temporarily with gates, which have since
As I have said there were trails, or, aa Via" calls
them "ancient road." running m all directions,
one the I -inn ma trail, running clear across tne
commons, another to the" sea via. MMcCoppinTs
house," another just belowttho Waihee pasture,"
and so on; yet, who would think of asking Mr.
yrrcckcls to bpend thousands of dollars to fence
out those old trails, or the government to mark
them. There was no road however, "ancient" nor
modern to the railway terminus, simply because
there was no railway; but after it was built the
people of Makawao found it more convenient to
get their goods and ship freight there than lo m
to Kahului, and to accommodate them Mr. Bald
win allowed them to go throcgu his land until
they could arrangw to get a government road, putting
up gates, bailding bridges and keeping the
Xhe government would not, mr did not work
the road, and when a couple years ago the road
supervisor, seeing tho bad condition of the road,
told his luna to work it, the luna told him thai the
supervisor in chief who lived In the district, said
it was not a government road and not to wojk it,
and so it was not worked.
Xow il Is important that the people of Makawio
should have access to Vsia oa a public road that
will be kept up by tho and they can
have it by opening about one and a half miles of
road from Paia and intersecting the l&kawao and
Eahulni at the public school house, which will answer
all purposes- But nntirithsUndiug that
there are already more than CO miles of roads in
this district and the money appropriated for work-
ine them spent, and work ordered stoooed. " Y1V
proposes opening about 17 miles more of, roads,
and one of them 8 miles long, la start at n. ranth
and to terminate at a gulch.
Arusuns this account about .ancient roads
mar be satisfactory, I remain yours truly. Eoo.
Aiacawao, a- eu. i&i, Aral.
from Hmdatrrrfa 4 Minnad tf, fnlln in,, nrli.
de on Ihe subject of which is well
worthy the perusal of those who favor the double
Theodore Mommsen. the celebrated
esser of history at th& University of lletlln, and
an opponent of the bimetallists, has lately published
in a German journal Die Sathtt) an essay
showinf; how the experience of ancient Homo may
pe appliod to Iho question at issue. Drawing his
illustrations from an edict published Htthetimeof
the Emperor Julian fiiins the pay of lawyers in
measures of wheat or their equivalent, he says
that this shows how, in its dotage and decline.
Borne was forced to adopt the same measures of
value which had been in use in thoso early days
when coin had not become available. In the best
days of lloman rule, when gold was the measure
of valus, the coins of Home had conquered the ancient
world quite as much as its sword. They
were strictly equal in value to the amount stamped
on them, and from the eastern to the western
confines of the empire they were accepted as the
standard measures of value. But tho unfortunate
policy of the empire in fixing by law the relative
values of gold and silver without confining the use
of silver to the payment of small sums led to a
slow and gradual bat certain debasement of the
coinage. Julius and Augustas Casir had not the
same difficulties to contend with as the Germans
of feMlay. No other stale then existing eould
puie me umrevrsai supremacy of Home in commerce
S3 well as arms, and the coinage of gold
had been so rrientifnl that for n time silver was
only used in small amounts. Owing, however, to
drove gold out of circulation, and tho silver coin
was debased by alloys, and at last became but lit-more
than plated copper. The commercial world
became in consequence slaves of dishonest moneychangers,
and as wo see from the documents which
have come down to us from the times of Julian,
coin finally ceased to be recognized as a measure
of value and was replaced by the cumbrous wheat.
Professor Mommsen argues that this wa3 tho consequence
of a policy of bimetallism under the
most favorable circumstances in Home, the same
policy would lead to still more disastrous results
in tho complicated arrangements of modern commercial
and international relations."
Submarine Eruption off Haw "all.
A submarine cruDtion occurred on the M nt
January, off the east Capo of Hawaii, which was
witnessed by Charles N. Spencer and others. It
consisted of a terrific explosion, by which a column
of water was thrown six hundred feet into the
air, occompanied with most terrific detonations, as
if a battery of cannon had been discharged. These
noises were bo loud as to be distinctly heard forty
n,!l.ia in ... ..ml An..,!.....-.! . .-... I !..... tl
U...VO ..Hip IWU UJUI1UUIM 1U1 K,CMI UUUI OllU
it is probable that the water was disturbed during
the whole day. But as dense smoke and steam,
which came from the submarino eruption, filled
the air and prevented any further observations,
nothing was afterwards seen of it during the day.
The occurrence wa3 followed by a storm of wind
and rain, which lasted only a few hoars. The next
day was clear and pleasant.
A Warning to the If
EorroB Gazette: In November an article appeared
in the local papers in regard to two young
men, Mr. Chessman and Dr. Craig. Chessman, as
the article stated, is highly connected in Chicago,
being the only son of wealthy parents, ho had been
indulged and his slightest wish humored till leaving
home be turned out as the people of Honolulu
know. Chessman went from hero to San Francisco,
thence to Chicago whero he arrived Dec. 20th,
to the once happy home he had left only ono year
previously. But, alas I what a change. The home
was no more, the kind, indulgent father having
died on Nov. 19, only one month prior to his son's
return. Not knowing whero their son was at the
time, his friends telegraphed all over the States
for him, but tho poor mother and little sister had
lo bear their sorrow alone. Mr. Chessman (the
father) was a thorough Christian, a prominent
member of the 1st Presbyterian Church, Supt. of
the Sunday school and a leader in all good works.
Young Chessman has had a hard lesson taught
him, may it prove a lesson to other young men
who willfully leave their homes in a similar manner.
Dyspepsia, biliousness, nervousness and misera
blencss all cured with Hop Bitters. See ad.
AT TJIK OF
the EAST MAUI STOCK CO., held at Honolulu,
Kebroary 4th, 1881, the fallonim; officers were elcttrd
for the coming year:
V P A Brewer President
1 C Jonct, Jr Seert tary it Treasnrcr
Ufo JKox Auditor
3 O Carter. G It Robertson
Mr. at ! C. JOXES. Jn.. Secrelnry.
rnilK AJTXUAIi MKKTlNfi (IV
X the oi Ihe STEAM
XAVIOATIOX CO. will be held on th- 1th proximo, at
their office on the EepUnade. J. EXA, Ja
035 It ' Sec'j S. N. Co.
rpjIK STOCK AI GOOD AVIJiL OV
JL a Shop In tVal!nku, Including a
IIoweD Machine (new). Jlenches. Lasts, etc. A good
location pent low, and a good custom trade. Inquire
of 3Iax. Eckart. Ilonolnln, or
VOU II. L. TOESSIES,
S200 REWARD !
WlIi:UE.N.O.VTlir.allli DAY or J.V.V.,
181, certain person or persons hanrlarionslr
broke and entered the store of SING CMONU CO.,
on Hotel street, Ilonolnln, and stole therefrom i pieces
of Chinese Silk, 1 Mosquito Net with dlrers articles of
Chinese Cotton Cloth. Clothes, etc. It Is ticr(.by notified
that a reward of S3I0 will be paid to any person or
persons who shall give such Information to the police
as wilt lead to the apprehension and confictlon of the
thler or tnteTcs. Ilr Order.
II CIIEUSO, Scc'T. Chinese fnlon.
Ilonolnln, Feb. 2d. 1SSI. '.).-. 11
8100 REWAED !
WJIKUEAS.n.Y TUi: 31(1. IAVOI III'..
1883, certain person or persons burglariously
broke and entered Into the store of L. AIILO, on
slreet. Ilonolnln, and stole therefrom 3 plea of
Iliac Cloth, 3 fancy Bed cnllts, and direr other articles.
It la hereby no tilled that a reward of -J KM -will c paid
to any person or persons who shall giro anch information
to the police aa will lead to the apprehension and
conrictten pf the thief or th teres.
ItyQrder, LI CIIEL'NO, Sec'y. Union.
Ilonolnln. 2d. 19it. tffi ft
8200 REWARD !
Wit tint: ah. o.v tii 1:2s in may orj.v.t.,
1831, certain person or person bnr?Urionsly
bmke and entered Into the store of WINU MuUHAK
& CO. owned by ClION'U SI 01" KOXU Xnnann street,
Ilonolnln, and stole therefrom 3D assorted Si lie Handkerchiefs,
1 piece White ilk, Ktc. Ills hereby no tilled
that a reward of jaw will be paid to any person or per
sons who shall information to the police as
will lead to the apprehension and ccnrlctfon of the
thief or thieres.
Uy Order. LI CIIKUNO. Ser'y. Chinese Union.
Ifono.nlq.Fcb.gd. 18BI. 'JIG -It
8100 REWARD !
Wiii:kka.vo. Tin; Mth hay or aov.,
18.1, certain person or persons bnrlarionsly
broke and entered Into the store of WIMIONM'O,
owned br YIAI QUOX, on Mannake street. Honolulu,
and stole therefrom tno bandies of Fishing Nets. It
Is hereby notified that a reward of S1W will be paid to
aay person or persons who shall glre anch Information
to the police as will lead to the apyn'ti'msion and
of the thief or thleres.
By Order. LI CHKUXU. Sec'y. Chinese Union.
Ifoooinlu, Feb, J, ll, vjs It
BV VriLTUEOF EXECUTION
Issned by It. Y. Bicker ton, Esq., Police Justice of
Ilonolnln, on Ihe 11th day of Jannary. A. I). 1S3I. In
Hyman Itrot.' plaintiff, and Aee (cb) defendant,
for the sum of f5i.5j and costs $3; I bare lerled npon
and shall expose for sale to the hlshest bidder, OX
WEDNESDAY, the ink day of March, A. D. lWf, at
the ancllon room of Lyons & Leror, at 10 o'clock a. m.,
sundry articles, such as Calicos, Lamp Chimneys.
Lamps. Pitchers, Catkin Pots, Saucers,
Shirts, Ac, and ranou other articles too numerous
to mention, bnt will be fully made known at the
time of sale nnlesa said induvnt and expenses are
prerlonsly paid. y. C. PAIEKE, Marshal.
Honolulu, Feb. &th. vm it
"If yon are tnttetlu1' from poor health
or lanzulshln en a bed of sickness
Hop III tier will cure rou.
If yon are simply If you feel
'weak and dispirited, without
Hop Sllttcrsi Kcie 3011.
"If yoa are a Minister, and hate
'taxed yourself with your putoral
'duties, 1 or a 31 other, worn out with care
Hop ItUter.i Kctore 3011.
"If you are a man of lmslnea. or
'labourer weakened by the strain of
'jour duties, or a man of
tolling over yonr midnight work.
Hop If liter will ftrcntlicii you.
" If rou are anfferios: from
'or drlnklug. any iodJetrctlon or diset
pattern, are you young and arowlna' too
'fast, as la often the case.
Hop Hitter it III Ilclicre you
"If you ara In the workshop, on the
'farm, at the desk, mnjwhcre, aad feel
'that your system needs cJesntia;, ton-'In;,
or etl mala tins. wltbMt
HopllUtcrst iivMliat jounced.
"If you are old and your blood this
'and Impure, pulse feeble, yuar nerrti
'nneteady, and your faculties waning.
Hop Hitters rlll strc you ncir
"IIOI BITTERS i an elegant.
thy, and refreshing Carorin; for
afroomdrlntf. Impure water, etc.. render'
In-them harmless, andewsttenUiethe
'mouth and ckaniJnjth stomach.
Cleanse, Purify and Enrich tho
Jtodyua will Iutc no sickness of sufferiD; ui doctor
l an elcant. Pleasant aad JUfrtililng riiTOOns: lit
sick-roam drinks and Impart water, rendering thcin
harmless, aweetenlns the Booth, and cleaastnz the
nr For Sale br
K!K IIOLLfSTEU A. CO . Ifonolnln.
Hotice of Dissolution of Co-partnership.
existing nnder the Ann name of Tratk Jfc
Sheldon is lhlrday dissolved by mutual consent AH
persons indebted to the above Srm will pay their so
couaMtoJ II Trask, and all claima against the above
named arm will be settled by him.
J. II. TKASK,
II. C SHKLIlON.
w a llultt. Jannary Sth. 101. 1 3t
Teas, Teas, Teas.
AKL'LIi ASSORTMENT OF JAr.
aaese and. China Teas. Japan tricolor!
ne article. In small packages, for families
ssFac Sale br
ttl nt) UB t CO.
PACIFIC RUBBER PAINT
Mixed Beady for Use. Any
One Can Apply It.
tlse tlie Pacific
DURABLE, GLOSSY AND ECONOMICAL
MASCFACTCBED OXLT BT
wnnriER. fuller & co.
San Francisco, Cal.
For Sale by the Importing IIonsoj of Ilenolala. Iai
up In IK lb tint Ugall. cin and 1 A lb tin.
It will act CHALK. TEEL or CRAWL. Ills MadO
of tho Bostandpurost Materials,
Pioneer lVhife lead. Oxide oT Zinc,
Fnre Linseed Oil, Outline Colors
Combined with a STHOXO HOLtTIOS of
Tho Best India Rubber.
PIONEER WHITE LEAD !
Lead lata A HTIttCTLY PCSE
ATtTICLK. P1TRR CAIlHflVATCnp l.tlTI nm.hl t
rritCUEFINKI) nnrflt I. .l.t .nh.
Ject to Chemical Analysis and the Dlow Pipe Tet
PIONEER WHITE LEAD Is Mannfacturnl
la San Fraoc!.co. arrive here Fresh, sod can br obtained
promptly and In qnanllUes as wanted.
us x rttaneea 19 economical, la mat the OH la which
It la CTonnd la not aoakrd Into the ml nt th M,k..
Sta, and conierinently the formation la
JW5J5E?,saJifIITE LEAD Is rcKE white.
J?. LJES JinStriD "" anrother In tai Market;
HAS SUPERIOR "BODY " n. lAiVKRivn vniiPKn
TIES, and la without an nal
..I :?!"". UIJU . "o, iwioand l lb tcjt: In
J?."Jb "I? a ,b ,ln P""- nl ! mall tins from 1 to
10 Iba each.
A Fnll Supply It Con.tanlly Kept In Stock by the
Wholesale Montr in nonolnlo. to whom wa cordially
recommend lntendlnsDnytri. MannfActored only by
WHITTIER, FULLER & Co.,
Corrodera at White Lead and MaonfattBrtrs of Mixed
Talnta. Color , Varnlebes, White Zinc, and Importers
of French and Belgian Window Ulass,
95? . San Franclaco. California. lr
Notice to Creditors.
rilllE CXDEIINIUMKR ll.VVI.Ml BEEN
A. dnly appointed Administrator and Administratrix
of the Estate of J. aloananll, late of Ilonolnln, Island
of Oahn, deceased; notice Is hereby stven lo all persons
to present their claims azalnst the Estate of said
J. Muanantl dnly anlhentlcated. nhelher secured by
mortgage or otherwise to David Manakn and Mabole
Xoananlt at the office of Cecil Brown, ou Kaahnmanu
street, vrlthln six months from the date hereof or they
will be forever barred; and all persons Indebted to sala
estate are hereby requested to make immediate payment
thereof. Mjncd DAYtU MAXAKA.
(Signed! MUIIOLE MOAUArf.!.
Administrator and Administratrix of tha Estate of
J. Mojuanll deceased.
The undersigned offers to
Sell ox lease
THIS HILO TANNERY
os ukasoxai.i.f; ti;km.n,
car For particular? apply to
P . LTMAN.
Hilo, IIiiTflll. Xot l&l.
Notice to Creditors,
rime vxnEnsuxrtD iia vi.j ur.es
JL 1 appointed rxecntors. the lat will mail
testament of Jamen Wood, deceased, of Pnobae,
North Kobala, Island of Iliwail, notice ta hereby citcii
to all persona 10 present their claims against the
Jnmea Woodadnlj authenticated, whether
eecnrrd by 3Iortfn.se or otherrrlfe, to Theo. II. Daritt,
Godfrey Brown. Tho. IL Walker and John Simmons,
alias John Magnlre. at the office of Theo. II Davie
Coon Kaahaniann btreet within six month from the
date hereof or they will be forerer barred, and all persona
indebted to said estate are herchr rrnne 'ted t
make Immediate payment thereof.
Dated Honolulu. January 2Mb. IMU
olKned) THEO. II. DAVtKs.
(Stoned) UODFKBY IIItOUX.
(Signed THOS. It. WALKEIl,
tisnea; juiln suiMOriDS.
(alUa John Jlacnlre.)
Exrcntnrs nnder the last Will and It lament of
Ja m e Wood deceat ed. u -it
3Iorlsa;cc"s .Votlcc or Foreclosure f. or"SuIc
"TX ACCOKWAXCK AVJTK A
cr of sale contained In a certain mortgage made by
SKeklpitaEIlonddiilrassiKnedtoCaeile A Cooke,
dated the 6th daj of January. H7B. rec oriied In liber
jl. pace f9. Notice is that said
Intends to foreclose said morlaase. for condition
broken, and npon said foreclosure will sell at pnblle
anctlon at the salesroom of E In llonoluln.on
-MONDAY, the Uth dsy of February, lf, at 13 JI. of
said day, the premise, described in said mortsacc as
r nrincr particnurs can be had or W R Castle,
Assignee of the Mortgagee.
rremlse, to be sold are situated in lnna!aa,Kaneohc,
IsUud of Oahu, and contain and -i-10 acres, the
same premises conrered to Kekiol br KahAloaon .tut
others, and consists of Jlne Land near Kaneohe bay.
aim .aiuauic umu tor cmuTauon anil lor leasenoia
premises. vn st
Jlortgasccs' .oticc oriulf ntlon lo Foreclose
JOTICi: IS HEREBY GIVEX
Xl that pursuant to a power of sale contained In a
certain mortgage deed dited the 6th day of October,
ISM, made by J F II Slemscn and Mary A Mlenuea bi
wife, or Jlonukaa, Hamakna, of th. Island or Hawaii,
to J Mott Smith, Edwin O Hall and Sanford II Dole,
trustees under the will of LnnaliloJate deceased.whlch
said : mortsaje is of record In the Hawaiian llezltlry of
deeds. In liber 7U, pages SI 1 and 213, and for a breach
of condition of said mortgage deed, all the property
conreyed by said mortrase deed, will, alter three weeks
from this date, be adrertlsetl for sale at public auction.
January Ikl, 1SI.
SA.NTOItD D. Duf.K.
WILLIAM O. "SMITH,
'Mil Trustees of the Leulilo Estate.
TS HEREBY GIVES' TO AIjIa
X sons that at a meeting of Share-holders of the
Hawaiian Cable Company, Held on the M day of
1SSI, It raa Toted to accept the Charter of Incorporation
granted to them and their associates and
successors nnder the corporata? name and style of th,
HAWAIIAN CAULK LOMfASV on lb jut da, at
January, IMJI.and that Ihe Corporation mder sM
Charter organized itself, and elected the following
President 11 A Wldenunn
Vice-President II H Macfarlant
Treasurer X Secretary r o Ilerger
f. O. BEKUEIt,
H lm See'y. Haw. Cll Co,
5 Deane 1 Steam, Ptunps
i:tl'.ll. TO ULAKI.N.
H. Haclcfeld fc Co.,
Mortgagees' Notice of Intention to Foreclose
. , and of Sale.
X er of rale contained in a certain loorrcajrt maofe by
S. Poalnlil "of Kalihi, Island or Oahn.w A. J.
administrator of the estate of It W. Holt, deceased,
dated November (Hh IBeS, recorded in liber Tti.
ou follor 1-75. Notice Is hereby girea that said
mortgagee intends to foreclose satd mortgage fcr condition
broken, to wit, the of the interest
secured by said mortgage, and apon said foree teenre
will sell at public auction at the salesroom of Lyons A
Lctey in Honolulu, Island of Oahn, on M05DAY. the
Sth day of February. 11. at IS M. of said day, Ike
premises as described in said mortgage aa below specified.
Farther partlcnlars can be bad of J.
A. J. CABTWKIOIIT.
Ilonolnln, Jannary ZV1, 1SSI.
Premises (o be sold consist of several valuable tracts
of land more partfcnlarly described aa follows: Land
situate at Kaluaopula. Katihl. Island of Oahu. beta?
Apana 3 of llojal Talent So. 6WS, .real acre. ,
Land sltnatoat Moonalua. Island of OahnwKoyal
Ml. Iff, aml'Land situate at Ksrnalo, Island of
Molokat, area .acres and 78" pn chains. Itoyal Patent
No. 4110. 980 :
Irish Damask !
"We Have Just Received
- A VEIIV FINE ASBOItTME.NT OF -
Irish Double Damaslr
Of all siset to suit all of Uinta.- Table.
TbeM LINENS aro Urn FINEST Ever
Imported to thla Mao-hot, and we Icrlta
onr Friends to rfve them as Inspection.
Saturday, Feb. 7fcli
at ID a. m. at Salts Boom, will be sold at auction.
Dry Goods, CloUilng,
Groceries, Jewelry, and
Sks. Potatoes, No. 1 and 2 Sugar.
A consign! lent of Prtmo
t DM, of Material for Uatchea. ALSO-
Two Horns Broken to Harness
and Saddle. One
1 Seta Harness.
Grand Special Sale
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7
alt to o'clock a m. t Salesroom,
Vf have totn d.rrcted to Htl at tr Satomnn mm
Tbiirsdij. February Till, at to a m. a iaiye ami
oi asertmeQt of
Alt sUra, they air frrr deirabe tots;
arat, clean, aad darab); alw. alcUon of
Vienna Bent-Wood Chairs
3 Sowing Machines,
An Invoice of Bronze. Hand Lamps
ALSO Floor and Stair
Ctvrpetiiig', Rugs, Etc., Etc.
EfrThe attention of Ladles Is rrepectfolly requested
Ooratswlll be on elesr S data before the sole.
LTOSS A LEVEY. Auctioneers.
Mortgagee's Notice of Sale.
Dr order of Charles J Plshel, the nwrirarc nasssd
in a certain indedtnre or morttaire dated Jan Mth. IMA,
nudebj J K Kawalnal to Charles J Ftahel, recorded hi
liber n on pairs HI and S; ne are directed to sell at
pnblle anctlon, on SATTKDAY, the SSd dar of
li I. at 13 noon, at oor Salesroom la Iloaoraln. Ihe
premises described In said mortgage as belexs.
Premises to be sold are as follows, aad .hasted la
District of KohaU, Island of Hawaii.
1st All the fund described In Hsral Talent No. Vm.
to Rawaiani (k, containing; 9t TMW acres.
the land described la !!ojal Patent Ho. TBK,
to Kipaaapagan I tl, containing 11 acres and M -W fas.
M All the land described in Koral Patent No. ajTV
to Pamela k, containing- V acres and I7 fathoau.
EST Further particulars can be had of H F lAekcrUra
Terms Cash : deeds at expense of purebam.
I.YO.VS A 1ETEY. Auctioneers.
COTTAGE WANTED !
tfl ' vmrtAur. uirAni.i; rou akjiai.l
JO famllr Is wanted Immediate It bjr a party who It
willina to Lease tor a term of jears. Must be within
10 or la minutes walk nf the rostoffice.
991 Addre-s II , liumi Quite.
AIJIVIDEXll OF 9-1 IMJU SIIAKK
is now parable to the Share-holders of tho Hawaiian
Carrtare Manufacture! nE CMpanr. at their offlc.
2o. TO queen Street.
JiB lm HAWAIIAN t AUItlAUE UTC CO.
AI.FItKU S. UARTiVEI.I.,
BANK OF IUSIIUP CO.
Honolulu. II. I.
mik urxDHiisiuxBii having
been dnlv annotated AdmtalstMt.,. nf Ik. iu,
of Antone Manuel of IIonoluln.deceaiMd.wlUi the Will
annexed, notice Is hereby siren loan persoas karlac
claims a"alnt the said estate to present the sense dnlr
authenticated with the proper ronchers whether secured
b morfesajc or otherwise to the underlined
within lx months from the date thereof or they wtU
be foreicr barred; and alt persons Indebted to sold
estate are nstlfted to make Immediate nssment to the
undersigned. W V. l'.MlKB.
Adm'r estate of Antone Manuel, with Will anaried.
Ilonolnln, Jan m. Il. ml am
General insurance Com'py.
For Sea, Hiver and Litndtrnnsport
HAVHSO EfiTAHLISUEIJ AS
Ajrcncy at Honolulu for the Hawailaa Islands,
the nnderelsned is prepared to accept risks anlast
Fire, on Dolldinjrs, Merchandise, Furniture, Mseniaerr,
on the most farorahie terms.
Losses Promptly Adjusted and Payable here.
F A. .SCUAEFEK a CO
'" ly Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
For Sale !
LITTLE to GIANT !
Formerly Owned by Mile Bro.
lie la oonnd and kind; retMon for xrlllnjc
want of u.R U.T" A ppl J tft
WB I .Ljl. STOLZ, Woriyn. Kaotwi
Notice to Creditors.
I'NILUM..KI 21 A VI. Mi IIIIIIA
a. ualr appointed of iho Kattle of
1a.uapilio(t, Isle of IIi aVIant. of Molokat. drcvaMd
notice In tine by given to all pTon to ptvnt their
claim araiint th eUteof.hr Jd KalMpihaole dnly
anthentfeatrd whether wcared hr mortgage w other
wi. to ifell KajMi at the offer nt Cecil Drown on
within x month fret ib dale
or they will b forerrr barred ; and all fttm Indebted
to twla entate are hereby mneated to matt inusediai
paymvot tbrrcor. IIE.L KATt.
Adm'r. Ealat nt Kalnapihaoie. dec.
Itatcd Ilonolnln. Jan. 'JtHh, UKI. !H lm
rVllK UXDKItSIOXKI) IIAVK Tills
X da formed a iMirtnershlp for ths traaswettoa of
business, as Merchant Tailors and Dealers la Gsate'
Furnishing goods, at the corner of rVrt awt IMet Mts,
and tar name and etjks of the Ursa Is Th!tf1l.QA3
ATWATBK. if a. THHHuJaS.
V. O. ATWATn.
Unnoliilii. Jan. list. IWI. Vt tl
A Card to tho Public.
Mil. TAUKS Tills opi'oll.
tualty to thank Ihe pablic fur Ike liberal
that has bm extended to Mm, and ashs a
of iho same t ths now Arm last fsrssed.
lint Its. THSHLOAS
it iiEitcitY iiivi: that tiii:
Co-partnership bsrrtofors exteUas; between C. J.
Hsrdee and II. I. Bertfsmaia. ander the area naea
and style of Hardee & Bertlemann, Proprtelors of the
Knlerprise I'lamns Mill, is thl dar dissolved by mutual
consent. II. F. HrrtlrmanB retiring. Thebnslness
will heresfter be carried on by Charles Jlsardee.
who wilt assume allllahtlllles of. cad eotlset
all f the ont'tandlair account due to said Arm.
U. 4. UAKOCS,
ii. r. Biim.aiAanr
DatssJ Honolulu, Jsunsry lttrt, 1SH.
Referring' to the above. I would re.nectfully notify
all parties owing Ihe Raierpilse Mill that I desire to
and mast, close ail aecoaats due oa er betas Juaaary
1st. nRM, snd would earasstlyj reqaest that tasy some
forward and eel.Ie al oaca. Thanhias; my frlCMs sad
the pnblle in grasrul far their Mtrnaatra ta ths nasi,
sad sollcitln.' a rontlauaace of tho nam la tas fafrare.
I am. Respectfully. C.J.HARDEE,
M tm reap. Baterprlso Mill
Once More JS to the Front.
is isro"w opeist.
.KO UAVASAUH Proprietor
rSTThossBUUa of Use absnj nssaed snaahash
meal 'os.a)apeti Meals Is well kxnsa. aad Msnjtsa
aa farsWrHaeraHsi. , Brits
For Sale by
3EC BCa,o le cto Oo.
NOTICE IS IIKItKliV GIVKX
that the aadmlxaed. lurtsar purchased raaa
Laaoa's like manurlem at Kataaaal. Kaslaulaa. Ota.
ana entered lass a co-partnership which be ths purpose
of earrrlax oa Ike usxdatss of Mas rtsstses,
nnder ths I aaave of ths Laa Case rtsnUtloa. TVs
prtaclasl (sates at business sad resides sf tas saM
sun as nsiwsawi, sow
listed Uaaotafa. January Jl, reL
TIIK ANX UATs 3IKBTIXG OI' TIIK
jl or tae auusia ovu.tr .v..
be held al the oScs of tnsf aredst slraad, tas III day
of Pebeuary neat, at u a. at. CASTLZ Jt COOKE,
ia stmt K. Co.
TN ACCOKDANCK'.VrrU A TOW-
X er of sale reatalned la a certala muring made by
Kawaikna and Kaaaaanl to A J Cartwrtzht. Trustee of
the Hole Estate, dated the Uta day of Noremser. HE
recorded in liter TT, pass M Solfw ts hereby fires
taal said moms jee Intends to foresaw said mortises.
for condition broken, aad npoo said forectosurs will
sell st pablic auction at tha salesroom of E f Adams lo
aa MU3DAV. the Ilia day st rebruaryrtl,
at tS U.ot said day. tie premises described la saM
u below speclled.
further particulars esn be had of W B IV.lle. Al
A. J. CAKTWUIUHT. SesMaam.
rremlses ta be sold ara situated acar tfchool street,
lloaulala, asartastlaeeB'sUwplUI, eontalas
of an acre, la good order aad csmdtrloa. and eetJaaw
for a haase l.- It nukes a asod property to hah) (er
rent aad is free aad clear sf htcamhrasee. 9H H
TJ1B AXNCAIsMBETDfO OVTHK
1 Block of the 1IAIKC eTQAKCO . Witt be
at ae of the th tith oar
next u)i n i i-TLE fOOS J.
Br X, T. A13AI2S. ,
.1 t -. -a
On PSEDAY. PES. C
A t Id A. n. a l.talea xa. i
A Fine Assortneitf (heitl
Bota Cattaa aad VsaT
SUITS f clothe!
Heatr fine rotttm?
Unew Diilla, Hesda and tC'ss.
Knivee nd, Vwln, t swerrwtBKi
--- - -
3ek an-i LaCf H.
FRESH GROCER M
Hania. i. orv.nl Cee?
MH Beas- Csaetl
oxcart 3 a!..?
Soda and Milk CBACKE
rrea raa. ftaaar fern
Caadtes, TssMt rVwdee. al W rcc rst
OKse oil, Caadsaisd Ml It i t .
Cora Starch, Usssjklas ac : J JcS ti. &
, ALSO-a dasJu
Handsome Brown Sugrl
Sks. Corn, Sks. Potatoes,
Sks. Onions, Sks. Who
Bbls. BED SAIrMO
E f IPAMS aVataa
The I nfiTii:tiefi f v -
STEAM CANDY FACTOi
l9ire to inftjna ale patrottaaw. ie rt lt I
ally m eret
are, hi. iim iaHvri.ii
A NEW FACTORY & BATES
On a ntnek atvrv SaWtv er jJo wltiefc 1 te
eperallen, a4 wktel. will tre ta "tkjej
oeder bj aa erlj vrtval or orr sr ustt T
And la now Prwparvd ts IXutufketnr
Choicest Pure Candi
And will always havr on Id
Vanilla Chocolate Creairl
Rich Nugal, In ban: "1
Snsrsr Routed Alnml
CREAM CANDIES, great voxicll
Cum Drops, and
Cum Fruit Bon Dol
Of sl descrlvtlons. Ail II 3- Slada rresh
pureCoafectloas, I .el: a' 50 s stcr Poaaetl
RICH WEODIMS Ml OF THE FUIEST FUll
In jM liea alwuean hand n
MINCE PIES always frcjl
Home - Made Mince Men
Vut stalret n ,
wlil receive per Cenaach tut i.as f n il
nutntaery or iba newent ' ir.wl
tlr script I on. of plain let.,' - I
TnanktnT;UrMMtfortnir h . a S-,
w nrejanu eoftciiinr aconiiniumi i: .'Mmf c
itnerr. very neflecirnijr
lratkal Louf. . ,o A r..
ar TUB OLD HTd.D 1 U"TE
TSLSVHQXS JTe. 7t. M J
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention to Portclil
and of Sale
TX ACt'OIUlAXCKlVlTH 1 lOV
JL, er of ale cuntalnnl la i - z - " catr !
9. Kahwha)alata. of Iva.n .:i - ttl
Cartwrisbt .VtlaitBUUntiir nf lot ta1, J B Htl
leeeaeeif, rtaleit May 17th. 1e: : r . J. .I . A I
foHoelltaattlL '- : UtaK tl
nwriaaiwe muiii m -i.. nwK.ar' wr
dtitun broken. t wL th-Tt-'ii n a:??.
enretj by aaW msrirar, nitt 11. - 3. ,
ell at faiMte ancllon . tit- a fr -
Levey l IfonolnlH, l-.l-.nil (Alia n Mt ' L
aetn nay 01 rnrmmrr. ittji. 41 1 .' n m s.jiu? 1
HM.e a In mnf t rr m
ataO. Vnrtbcv BhHf 1 are ran be j V Xona
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