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PORT OF HONOTJTJ.
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Ve .els in Port,
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Aa bk Far Oatcs. SeUm
lx bk Xr. Yaea
Aa bktae Aawl , Ncwaail
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Am hoar JO
Am skis Meaner
Aai bk t o Whttann. Caatoas
Am w bk Andrew WtbaVJi t.ai
am w ac iianef la.
Fiaa Knaataa. B C. per Xrhwr Feb as I79P toe.
I ll Whtraorr, FtbS
ChhMibin I.nnflsoifartd laaber. and
Far lien Francisco, per AlunaU. Feb a Oanro
.eatsi. nrr htini. hides, cijiisa specie, elr : daotf
lie nlr. ITJH lli; tareirra lne. irMTT v
Fof al.r.fca Islands, per Kapiolsci. Teb
Far San Praacteea. per Atsaeda. Feb- A J Cirt-
aad wife, mu Ida dealer, rrof Acaerix, 1
: t x Hertea. f a seavi, r r Ttkltetmnr.
,Jt Waekbaraatid lle. .Mis. A Proton.
FamniL b AMea. Kills kark. Mr. A
laaHiar. wtsA ailtk. J Bad. aa! vUe. Capl J T
aanw. Miat Aatancc. w rfoaneoii.ueoMamac7. 4 I
WaHiihiiai and Ma.Mnt' Seaauaa aadf chlldrrt,.
Mai V 1. Cillllaad. L l Akk- and nfc. Wr B W Ml
laid. Mr KHilre. K I Uu. H CWT, J Vlrtit Jr.
K tVMrm. Mr aad Hn Krar. ?- Bkrltca. 1 B Xkaol..
thai Mar Baa Wtoarr, 1 W1tim.it. P Baaeaa. 1
a I i . Mr. l Tracer. m HaAaaa, X Xmi. Mir.
pall. ( Krwtrr. a naatk. 1 Zaor. aifc aad child. A
Haw J MrCanhT. iTiace E A KcIUahoaat. Prince J
K Kalaaiaaaole Bad L Fackeca. & f Mlth. T Coa.
abap, M r. Kiat aad daashlrr. b T iMili.
PtaananiiaadMaai.pcrWClUn. Frl a-H !'
Bar. i M knalaaac aad aifc. b baillt. Hn Tkouiu
Laak. Mim Snaofca.
rraM Maai. per UkrtJkr Fe SS-H paka. 1 At
r.M, rilairJr,Mi.M Bailer. Xr H Bcbhard. 6
BerAwith aad xifr. Mr. - Tharrtoa. Mr. Babrr, A
X. Kaaa thank. Mi Oka. A B Malik.
Fnaa Hawaii aad MaaL per Klaaa, Feb S Mrt ! (.
Wilder FroT WafMad aad aife. Baa c n J add aad :
rraUi.Mii JkarkhaM, Mraa Kat. L F, j X Iicrle
atnifctV AMViiaeca. F J Man. Mix Alice Waada
G Bkwart,l'S Xakee. W T Hornrr. C r
Mir. a incaanuoa. at ADcm. usi f. raddack,
J t oiarr. C Koto.
tnNa Kaaai. per riaalar.lUrrJl 16 X WircaA. LaM
(. K ;aekm. In Fredesbere.lpt C LHkaace. E B
Milheriaad. Atr Fracack. K Eaae. W Keaelrr. wife
Fn Maai. per lakriikr Narck (-Boa SO Wilder,
l Farke. Star E tlarrU. F S Makce aad wife.
B Aialrr. I Rakbia.. anil Daaiaa aad rklld. .
av auaan. aka 1
KOBLUNt. At lUaalr.. Kimi. Frbraarr SOlb. IMS.
. otdr.t win of l Koellinc. Enared : rcir.
Mortuary Report for rchrnaxy. 1SS5.
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. m" $&4&piUS2.
l AlbaaV Collerr
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! 111 UlloaleUr.
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, ran m mi M xrth. 1 -(I
doas H. Bbqwk. Acenl Board of Heaitli
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fKbmar. ahaeai rarer w More coaorxasire dare on
-cm,.! h r r4etae altered ilckaes. arc reported
tm&Stom Cbamh was filled to overflowing last
r. aath, at the weddinc
robbed w of our dear Miss Breeee,
wajaae amnae M familiar in ba .
"??.? .m " J"?' Un- T- xiUiwick,
Air. Marthwick, is from London, England, where
nBMwantsaow reside, and has for more than "
Ith.. . T . .
wjj,T 5 T", in J Base
JWMhs laree dairy establishment. Miss Breese
ie iwo years nurd most acceptable the
and IMmM imntim n F :-
Far a rnar ah m, annni i .,.
Woaaan's Board of Missions. But when that
aatMaotaaiTM, Microoma. Ml Breese became the
- 1,5?!7u,,0o "" isawed to the
?? i00" from the crowded
AU.Mrrao Jones presided at tfaeorfrao, (what
fwf Hooololn people do whboot Myron
!2S i2SdJayed T"0? MK marches and
ones with hw usual Rood taste.
T,CI"H , tiaborately doooratl. Span-
t ?sf suae in ironl ot the yniprt, were
aa nil. a .a. 1 r .
,"rv --. wiw xwwers
. IM Imm tit MntMl , jj
r. .T" j r?Tf" "kmio. aim car-
fci.b2?ssi,oU?iUj2' 85ei,d W Mrs.
rasv. Kobt. MoKvbsw, of hMn Francisco. A short
alwcu.ued with Sowers, which opened and closed
i.'bottly after the boar ann.ifuiced. the bridal
party aansred in the following order :
aa C K. Miller. anl n ll r.4 .
Gtoomwmm jnd Bridewiiaids. Mr. "Oliver Swain
aad Miss M. Start. Mr. K. W. ldmore and Miss
, uroom and Bride,
ad Miss A. J. Breese.
Mr. T. S. Southwick
xae IrHi t duress was of grey sijk. trimmed with
i lace and ornamented with natural
After Paatar Own,, !! Tr.a iu. .. . i
2???LZt?s,ZLU.bn'iai fty lroweded
t T wastry of the Cboreh. to reeeire tbe courra.
Bod xtaMr nui. (nMvk .u i.i. . .
, :: - J f ., auu wn iwn MJW
- , nj iiurxiT uiea wnn a merry crowd,
children, tbe members of the bride's
vsassss ekasses and snrajrtiW
?" lf",!'f? fl1 decjirations of tins room was
Ma- wwrk of Mrs. K. . Laine, Assisted by several
"ag lyslsa, upon and around the piano were
any and elegant gifts. We
: nB a costlr fanrilr liihW n.n
1 i,,S,ri" tbegrft of tbe bnde's Saaday
c Mble cLaas: a ailvwe uul mM MHi ..,.
I.ll I V 11 L.1, .:.
sv.jp"s" vriuan xemperanoe
Cswai a Wakebeld chair from those who attend
her Friday eroninr; Ktetabiee and an arm chair
Jsnge sad Mrs. McOally.
1W UoSss of Fort Stoat Church and other
Inn ill had provided a simple, bat ample collation
"MM- ecre of Mrs. McOnlly and Mrs. Dr.
Utbcn rty tMiriedtank evierieaoea small
share of the rood wisbes leadeied facta, tbeywUl
wead tauy asei yean toinither and
tar P arsca treasore m the world to come.
The Gazette's Hilo Letter
Karros Gumc- The dry weather here in
tow a has ar arrattlr sboat ran its coarse. The
wind leered aresad from the northward past the
east and setttad down from the south for a day.
Vea raaaarioga Bltle to tbe east the much needed
rssa oarac. North llilo and Hamakna hare been
the rarny parts of tale, while for same months.
Hao has been very dry. Ilw few showers that
ban. ainady fallen have wired to littfe more than
IVb taamaer Emm lmJ.m ssAs today for
Kan Fraaoncn with a fall cargo of sagar. Mrs. E.
L Fak a retams oa her. Captain Mataon
Is uatka a Urge bs and mooring for the landing
rtlaaeoe and doting the last nortberiy blow,
whe tbe vessel was tying at tbe moonnc, the
aaia beoaBM entangled amonr, the rocks there
atMl has not since been seen. It is pro
asbtf ssMiriE sooteAibere betow the sarface. In
BuiMn, Iron: the baoy tbe captain lost some of Lis
chain aad earned sway the truing of the hawse
rVdnitJes have been keeping tbeUflortasisty
these last few moonlight nights. Moonlight rides
aad JeesiosOTer at Ooooanst island have seemed
taslnve dull oars away from oar little village.
Us Friday night, the Soth. a reception was given
to Mrs. E. if. FoisomatMrs. D.H. liitcboock's.
A very plessaat time was had, tboogh tbe cold
wesiher isade wTaps and stores much sangfat, and
ice oreaai a drag on tbe community. On tbe
same ererrfng, an informal affair was en joyed at
Mr. and Mre. A. Lydim te's. at Laapahoeaoe. A
JoUt Bood time was had. Absoo.
Hflo, Feb. Sa,lSS5.
A Midnight Mi-ion.
A clever capture of Chinese and natives, men
and women, who were engaged in passing away
tbe hours of tbe 1st, inL by gambling.
was made by Captain Marcos assisted by police
officer Macey, on that date. The raiding party,
oonarsting of only two, had to plan well to capture '
tbe entire gambling party, consisung of eight, as
door and windows offered ready means of escape-After
making checkmates to expected moves tbe
raiders after watching the game for a while effected
entrance and captured the entire party. In a
search a little later Captain Marcos discovered an
ojrsm smoker, in tbe act. and he also was placed
nnder arrest and with the gamblers escorted to'
the police station. Judge Bickerton, found a true
tail, and the coffers of the county were enriched.
To poison a well is one of the worst of crimes-It
is worse to poison the fountain of life for one's .
self and for postenty. Often by carlessness, or
misfortune, or inberitauco this has been done.
Avers Sarsaronlla goes back of the symptoms.
racks np those impure seeds from the blood, the
vital stream, and restores appetite, strength and
March, came in like a lion.
jttw rwc ha il tbt AboJo ij to be cnff of
lbM VMTw.rmeBrinsthe rt wwk, Uw
nacmirr nam on several dvs to ta-.
an Uoact rsccf.
CiTwinmut f trr.
vj?"iJSta,r "r0" ot 'st BloaU' rwnatk.
yty.aufct one, nccordinc to Captain Kroam'a
'" R h the KcMeMnnca 1S51.
TterUv. at noon. Grew CkTeUnd the I'tki
, of the United Stt. will lw
ia oce jt tbt Cspitol Rt V!(hincton.
"rtelMtpMOj.wwcerf ComberUnd Oonl. aoM
brE.r.AdiBMlKj.t iWednesdAT, was liooghl bv
tbe Uonolala Iron otks, for $l,(t1): $ per ton. "
11 many friends el Jlrs. Thto. H. IUties. will
bciladtorrsutlMttberehiu lwea.lu.i t
rfovamwt in b bealth within tbe Ut few
At M) o'clock thi ranmnM M. V 11 t.l
SL'5S,t.llaril" ' catAloeaedsood.
o be herd in the Hore of Mestsra C. llrrwer A Go.
Tbe Hawaiian ftmt, (Keonedj A Co..) Iwinc
Jwaared bsaknpt, Messrs. M. Green and W. i
roobJ hare been elected bj the creditors M as-
Ranraakaiali ratntrtti nmluiMt Kttn .
domtiotu to the baildine f and. litis arc in
Al nrsAent. aad a rmrui fair ia nwii.! rA.
" " ""
"H". J051 ? qoeMion will probaUTbe
eUVed by the present Gorernraent t an erly date
ay abont tbe Hare of completion of the
A quarter!) roeetinc of tbe Trustees of the
QirenaHoaprtolwiilbeheH at the Chamber of
Omarem Koorns, Campbell's lHoek on rriday
ncit. at 11 o'clock a.m.
Yesterday m tbe .'ard annirersary of tbe birth
of Goveraor J. O. Doesinfc an event which was
only celebrated in a qniet war by the immediate
frienda of the Governor.
Tbe bark Cmrlmm well fnand ai1 fillet nfu.l
fr mK at aBction. on the !7th nit at tbe upt
price of ?T."1 No offer above tbe limit betas:
made the sale m not ejected.
Tbe interior of the Palace is now one of ilw. m.hi
that Hotel toartels are alroired to tte in. Major
HldJen esHRBeered a crowd of Ilxtonian throoch
the "Wrcred precincts" on the Kth nit.
Tbe x-oared race between the .nikr erewa r
tbe MvrUe and lionolnln boat clalx whinli in
etpeatd would take riace in March, is reported to
be "riff." The Myrtle's crew "tools water."
A borae offered at auction lately and on which
one bid had been takee, was discovered, by Captain
Keynolds, to Lr irlandercd. Ite sale was not
effected, bnt the horse was dipoaed of bv a pistol
afr. SsrockeT dollar is worlb .lniMlfti.
nod perhaps a fraction over. To Ret this valuable
coin into the country, we have sent awav fire
franc pieces worth SSJt cents. A very good
Air. E. P. Adans will uffrr at aneliiiii .1 in a in
on the TUi inst, iSaterdav) property sitnated on
mag ureet m or the Hetbel chnrch to
the estate of H. SehrievLr. There will !w an ..n.
purtunity offered for a baraain.
1 he iMtUttin statement lbal the IliailKntim,.
sor gets paid for "minding his own business" is
tnfficMnt to cause the Minister of Interior to petition
the official to devote a little of .i am time to
the roads which he is eitfaweil to supervise.
Since tbe advent of the kite flying eeasun the
jariuus telephone wires hat e become the rcpositorv
for thread, strings, sticks, paper and the other
components which make up tbe modern kite, much
to tbe discomfort of varks aerial cxnerimentcrs.
Branufol nmonlight nights, s ueh a a e not experienced
ia any other portion of the globe. If
lavender or Strong efaosM put such nights on
canvas the nielrire wncUt lr, thivt.hi BTiimM
Moonlight baths, as well as sunlight baths, are
here, to order.
Prof. Francis Wavland of Yale College, will
ToedT evening, March 21th. His subject
willbe"ParBaroentarj Government with anecdotes
of tbe English Parliament." Tho lecture will be
eiven in aid of tbe funds of tbe Woman's Christian
There i a healthy rivalry existing
Marshal Sorn - and Colonel Iaukea. relative to tbe
stoppage of tbe unlawful traffic in opium." The
Marshal depends on a coaple of police captains
for assistance. CoL Iaukea has the aid of the
entire Cnetom's corps.
Mr. E li . Mile. the well known horse dealer, had
the misfortune to lose by death, on the morning of
the ?7th nit. the ihoroncli'bred itallinn "It.va. "
of which he was the owner, the horse dying from
uulammauon of the bowels. The stallion was valued
at $2 .300 and had a good racing record.
The Eouiuible Life Innrn"oe r..
fcanJf ".soiM MdW j n.H.i., i. .,.-
raefflrl SMCDt, tjaea record ermailedby fewineurnuce
cumpames am serpasseu uy none, and Has done
the largest yearly basiness of any company. The
policies arc and indisputable.
The whaling barks ;;ri'l, Ht,r, .vrriM,
.((.(-, J. J, IWisW, Ca
lrVn e t'srrer, Jalmr W,
.IfonAam Am -
Irr. E. y. Hcrrim and the steam-whaler
are expeeted to touch here before going
Tbe present Adrerliw editor, following in the
deep imprint left by bis predecessors, favors the
readers of that paper with a nauseous sensationalism
of bogs and horses. With his pen he even
pollutes the streams that supply the town with
drinking water: and for what end Go, visit the
Mrs John Maeoon, .an old and respected
departed this life for the "land of shadows ."
at her residence in this aty on the 20th nlu Tbe
cause of death was malarial pneumonia. Deceased
was buried from the Bethel church at &30
o'clock on the afternoon of the 20th nit. the
being attended by a large concourse of
A sight to make them laugh or weep was that
when three such men as Messrs. J. O. Carter, J.
Hyman and Tbeo. U. Davies met poor Juhn
so called Minister of Finance for the purpose
of The gentlemen first mentioned
are full of their subject. pr John does cot know
the a. b. c ol anything let alone finance. It must
hive been a shaky time with bun. He depended
however upon "my colleagues,"' to whom he frequently
The small bovs of the dace do not seem to 1
degenerating, they show a commendable amount
of energy. Three of the f ratexnitv, Bertie Mist,
Harry Mist and Alatan Atkinson Jr. saved their
pocket money op, bought lumber, built themselves
with theit own hands 3 canoes, each fourteen feet
long and last Saturday successf ullv rovaged down
from the Marine Railway to Waikiki in their own
crafts. This is enterprise and no mistake and we
commend the little chaps for the energy they have
rucviii. uip was inaueia an uour. wmen was
by no means bad time.
The "Holler Coaster" one of tho latest additions
to the local amusements, was otierated nubliclr.
for the first time, on the afternoon of the 27th
advantage was taken of the occasion, by King
and commoner to eniov a fine rido at the rate of
IBB miles per minute. The general public
to the ooffers oT the Company on Satnrday
night and since. Tho affair is not "an addition to
the comfort of residents in the neighborhood, the
formerly quiet Beretania street now being tbe
scene of uproar and riot by the continuous crowd
that is attracted to this new amusement
It is stated, but of course not advertised, that
Dr. Webb, who was recently appointed to the
Leper Hospital, salary a year, has also been
appointed to take charge of the Insane Asylum,
salary 1,9M a year and further that the same
geutletseu had been nominated Medical Inspector
of Schools, salary unknown. The Government
seem to know bow to look after their own when
they find tbe right men. Looking at the salaries
given, wnere has been the economy made by getting
rid of Dr. Fitch. The country is full of doctors
and there hardly seems any necessity for
in one man s handsjet all have a chance,
especially the young men.
A ceremony of note took place in St. Andrew's
wo Cathedral last Sunday afternoon. At one
o'clock lout children were christened. That in
itself is no wonderful event. The four children,
however, were all great grandchildren of Mrs.
Humphreys and grand children of Mrs.Kobertson,
Both Great Grandmother, and Grandmother were
prestul. the children baptized were those of
Mrs. F. A. Scbaefer, and Mrs. Lawrence, daughters
ot Mrs. Bobertson. and those of Messrs. J.
W. Bobertson and U. U. Bobertson her sons. It
is seldom that such a ceremony has been performed
nnder snch rirconistances. Honolulu may
well be prood of the longevity of her inhabitants
and the beet wishes of the Gizbtte are offered to
the four generations who assisted at the service
of last Sunday. To Great Grandmother and
Grand smother that they may long be spared to tee
others ot their descendants, to the fathers and
mothers that they may see not only these children
grow up, but may see childrens' children, and filially
u tbe little strangers that they may find tbe
path of life, which is so stony, smoothed for tbein
as they journey along it.
CoL Sfialding'a Hume at Kealia, which has replaced
the wire tramway, is working well.
The weather on the garden island is extremely
dry, and stock raisers are complaining of losing
part of their stock in consequence.
Experiments are being made with the varions
kinds of patent furnaces on several plantations,
And the reealts may be looked for shortly.
At the Kilanea plantation there have been re-
cieved twenty Japanese men and eight women.-They
appear to be contented and happy. They
have all adapted European costumes.
Good crops are the order of the day, and the
Tounsoane at rulausa loots extremely wen.
is going on at most ot the plantations, and the
dry weather is just the thing for them. An ill
wind that blows nobody good.
Tbe roads and bridces in the Uanalei district
are reported to be in a disgraceful condition. Tbe
latter are positively unsafe. The Minister of In-tenor
is said to have promised to attend to the
matter at once. The citizens of the; district would
like to have something more substantial than
Mrs. Folsom returns to San Francisco as passen
ger on the Emm Ctsmfrrw.
The Princes Likelike. will bold her usual recep
tion, at ber Waikiki residence, to-morrow afternoon.
llila was visited bv an earthauake on Mondar
erenini:. Feb. 23d. at 25 minutes past nice o'clock.
Shock plainly felt- nodamage.
Tbe aTartne Hallway has been leased by Hon.
8.G. Wilder to Messrs. Sorenson A Ljle. the ut
ability of tither .is roaster mechanics, and
workmen is rated as a 1.
Dnrinc the week endina FebroAry 22J, llilo lias
bad a cord stormy time of it. Snch storray weather
wind, cot rain is rarely crperienccd here.
ThC.trtmlla a tirmm.tlfA.lli.Mnk
ral public and also for the newsdealers. Tbe
aleo took away a mass of correspondence,
llreSSeem tbenriUrnf fSnil.f in KnKnls. TIia
Mar Mill trash bosses were afire hst week, but
the durance fortunately w not as cttat as it
route have been,
The JVrr j. "nMra, lotter master, is
to leave Hilo for Kahnlni on Kridav, Feb.
STth. She has takes on board 230 tons oi sugar
from Waiakea MiUCo.
The i'araw CTamfian took in 2""SJt' tons of snear
from Hitchcock's mill at Papaikoa and returned
to UiJo on Friday, Feb. 3?th. In attemptinc to
raise ber anchor at I'apaikou she parted her cable.
The cimrrlr'iM cleared from llilo on
rjeSdftV. FehrBArr 9Sth. with sfnllnrmnrcnM,
T"5ST tons I and ih hides, for San Francisco. S7SV
ions 01 ice susar Is from liitchcock s plantation
and SSH' tons from Waiaako sngvr Co.
EntertainmenU for the week at Hilo: Mondar
"rmui;, jitcqic 11 vxicoanui ii.inu; iccaiay even-ins:.
Monthly Church Social, (at the home of U
erennce:i eunesoay evening, catnenni; at si-nakn:
Thursday cveninc, rrcnlar weekly prayer
meetinR at Foreign Church; Fridav evening, birthday
party at tbe residence of G. 'VilheIm:
Ciar eTninj. f !,,.' nu.lt.n .Ia!, m..,inn hm
Mrs. John Mafioon. the subject of this writing
was born in Lisbon. Maine. she was married to
Mr. John ."lagoon in Litchfield; Maine, in the
year 1ST. They came to these islands In 157S and
have since made many friends here. Afler a
short illneti God called to her to 'Come up higher'
and she departed hence, on the morning of Feb.
SMh. Hcreud was Peace, for she "Walked with
God. In life she was a true, faithful, earnest,
aad trnstfal christian, speaking malice against no
J". naving charity for the erring and for the
fallen: ever uttering words of encouragement to
the Weak, and snmhhm nriM. trt rhr t hm rm in
the right path: and doing whatsoever she felt to
be in ber duty, with a cheerful heart, and with
willing hands. Of such as she, it may well be
saw. "Her price is far beyond rubies." Her
faith in the InMnilA nf fVkl n in ft, m.
ieraing blood of Jesus was himmiltef, and the
promises given to the faithful msrln her pro. im .
ful. bhe has left a deeply afflicted husband to
mourn his loss, and also an absent son, an only
child, who .she most devotedly loved. May thev
not monrn as those without hope.
Mrs. Magoon's funeral services were conducted
by ber Paster l!rr. 1' f. I W.1 nt vlnM ilmh.h
she was a member. Her remains were interred in
the "suuanu Ceroetry, to which they were followed
by n large concourse of sad and mourning
friends. M. W.
Uonolnlo March Snd. 15S.V
The Editors of this periodical havo devoted the
current number largely to obituary notices of two
prominent peoole, the late Hev. S. C. Damon and
the late Mrs. Lowell Smith. The accounts given
of these excellent citizens and true Christians are
likely to become historical, and tho editors have
done, not only a graceful act, but n wio thing in
giving so much space to so important a subject.
The actions of oar departed friends are treated
from several and in each e-n i
shown how admirably they have done the work
uja.1 wns guca inio uieir nanus to uo.
In addition to these extended notices there is a
very feeling mention made of the late Captain Oat
and of the deceased Mrs. Magoon.
Concerning the Nonouti massacre there is some
important correspondence published, but the statements
made arc jnrir, and will require confirmation,
which may probably be gathered from the
u. atUUOUIUl UltUl.
Lecture In Aid of Oahn Colleco Library
An interesting Icctnre was delivered Tuesday
ejemng, at Fort Street Church, by the Kiv.Itobert
Mackeano, of San Francisco, in aid of Oahu College
Library Fund, before ono of the largest audiences
which it has been any lecturer's good fortune
to meet in this citv. Tbe subject was "Traits
of Scottish Character.' which was ably handled
by the Kev. gentleman who went into tho details
of the borne life and castoms of the Scottish people,
showing bow habits of thrift were inculcated
in the vounr. and which led in nfl.r lifrt tn rhia
class being among the most prosperous and favored
of the age. The lecture was interspersed with anecdotes
of the race, which were duly appreciated
by the audience, as was attested by tho applauso
Which CTeeted the lMlnnr n. h. nmoesr.) will.
his subject. As a truthful statement of Scottish
life every Scotsman who was present, will readily
endorse. We have not room to reproduce the lecture
entire this morning.
At the close President Mcrrit, of OaIiu CoIIego
made o stirring appeal tothoie present to subscribe
toward the fund fnr'pnmnletin nml nt.Hnn
the Library on a first-class footing, and the
were both numerous and generous. The
proends of the Lecture were about ?250 and the
subscriptions would easily bring this amount up
to about 0.
In tho Field
Tbe farce in one act, written by a former .Irfrrr.
'f?., ed"ot ia til San Francisco Alia some little
while since, seems to have opened np tho eres of
the Government to the nrd nt nr.runn. fn. .n..
such inroad of pirates, as depicted by tho distant
tr ,,....,. .,, cunsftinrniw . ihn tinhr n.r;i.
lerr attached to liie iTrrjMSyiroops were drilled.
nnder the command of llrigado Stirjar Hayle
target practice, at Kealia. on the aftcrnCaa of
The target, a float anchored I about 1
mUe and tl) yards from shore, said float being
surrounded, for distinguishing purposes, with six
white Bags a red flag surmounting the center post,
was the objective point. Brigade Major Hajley
for the most part attended to the, ftihtin rf h
guns and calculated the allowance for windage,
.uu me laiur goou maramansuiptasa
reflects credit on his ability as a gunner.
rortv eight shots were fired nlrwther. ennm
shrapnel shell, some blank shell, and the target
was in many instances dashed with the water from
tne projectiles, although not ;once fairly hit. The
practice developed the fact that considerable improvement
has been made in the- soldierly appearance
of a portion of the Household Troops. Among
those present at the practice were Ills Majestv,
Chambcrland Jndd. vice do Burns, l'rofessor
n ayland and others.
ter gentlemen Having lormeu a pannexsnip ior i further costs. v.
the purpose of carrying on the business. The 1 body the testimony.
An Exhibition of Art.
On the evening of the 27th. nit., the Hotel parlor
was again made the center of attraction by having
intern upon me waiis ior inspection Dytne general
public another work of art from the hands of
the master artist. Mons Jules Tavernier, and, side
by side, also sketches in black and white, by Mr.
Joseph Strong and Mons Tavernier.
. This last exhibit of Mons Tavernier's, presents
in oil. the fiery habitation of tbe Goddess Fele,
that "Houe of Everlasting Fire"' which has become
world renowned as the Volcano of Hawaii.
V ords fail to depict the awe-inspiring grandeur
and wierdness which combine to strike tho beholder
with a conviction of the genius which can so
truthfully portrav the wondrous lineaments of the
ever restless lake of fire, the dark and grim
of tho famed abode of that dread goddess
whose fretful moods are voiced by loud
explosions, fiery tonguo and tremblings of the
earth. Mons la vernier has succeeded in faithfully
DOrtravini? in oil that which he fin ranrn.
ally presented in the more pliable pastelle (and
which was described in the Guftte,) and has in
this last picture presented a truthful and detailed
realism which disarms criticism.
The cartoon which attracted the most attention
was one of those exhibited by Mr. Strong the subject
being the launching of a ctnoc by a native.tbe
scene laid at Waikiki, the tall cocoanut trees of
the "King's Grove" and the bold outlines of Diamond
Head easily locating the place. The canoe
is drawn with strict attention to details and the
artist depicts tho brawnv breech-clothed natirp in
an attitude of attention, his gaze directed towards
a steamer, the 3TtmjM, distinguishable off Diamond
Head. The other cartoon by Mr. Strong
contains sketches of island life and scenes.
Mon. Tavernier's cartoon presents a central
picture of the crater of iKilauea around which are
grouped other sketches of scenes in the vicinity of
Tbe Committee on Entertainments, of the Honolulu
Library and Beading Boom Association have
won for themselves merited praise from their fellow
members and tbe public generally for their
efforts '.successful) to give the Honolulu publican
opportunity to listen to. from the lecture platform,
tbe distinguished visitors who of late have spent a
short season of leisure in Honolulu. The latest
lecture under their auspices was delivered by Professor
Agassiz, a well known scientist, occurring
at tbe Y. M. C. A. Hall, on the evpninrr of Ihft ?7th
nit, and attended by over 300 people. The lecturer
was introduced by S. B, Dole Esq. In the course
of the lecture, the various theories upon the formation
of coral reefs, atolls and islands, were discussed
clearly by Professor Agassiz, anil with the
intelligence which none but a practical naturalist
can give to the subject. Tne growth and decadence
of the communities of animals known as cortls
were described and illustrated on the blackboard.
The lecturer showed the futility of explaining
.v.... I3.U1U3 uj iueuica ui ruuaiueuce, or Ol volcanic
icaks happening to be some twenty feet below
the surface of the sea, or by any assumed cataclysms
of nature. He accounts for them by the
simple results of ocean currents with the force ot
ins tne natural growth or coral, and
deposit of sand upon beds of limestone or
as old as tbe main land.
The large and distinguished audience present
was held in close attention for an hourand twenty
minutes upon this purely scientific discussion,
showing that Honolulu is not appealed to in vain
to listen to the voice of reason and science. It was
noticeable that among tho listeners were included
all classes, the business men and mechanics showing
no less interest in the subject than professional
A Proper Coarse of Procedure.
Eicrrnoxs, Nzw Telils, iso Arrxuis.
Tho following new rule has been promulgated
by the Supreme Court for the guidance of counsel:
A. Explanatory of Section KK, Civil Code:
Every exception taken in the progress of a jury
trial to any order or ruling of the Justice presiding
must be put in writing by counsel before the
dose of tbe trial. All such exceptions, tbe effect
of which, if sustained, would be the granting of a
new trial, or the entry of judgment won orWlonfr
rcredicto, must be embodied in a bill of exceptions
and presented to the Justice before the final
adjournment of tbe term.
Such bill of exceptions should embody snch portions
of the evidence as is essential to the full
understanding of tbe case. Costs must be paid,
and a bond to secure further costs must be filed at
the time of presenting the bill of exceptions.
Bi-Explanatory of Sections 1,155 and 1,156, Civil
All exceptions to the verdict, as being contrary
to the law and the evidence, or the weight of evidence,
and a motion for a new trial on this ground,
must be made at the time ot the rendition of the
verdict, and before the jury are dischargeJ, and
noted by the clerk on his minutes.
tThis motion must be perfected within ten days,
br bcinr put in writing? br counsel, and Darinc
costs and filing a bond for costs to accrue, and if '
maae oy a ueicnoani against wnom a Vermel uas
been rendered, a bond not to dispose of his property,
as required by Section 1,156, Civil Code,
must be filed. Argument on this motion may be
made before the Justice who presided at the trial.
on bis minutes.
Any party excepting to the ruling of the Justice,
denying or granting the said motion, must present
his Bill ot Exceptions therefor to said Justice for
allowance within ten days from the rendition of
such ruling, by paying costs are giving a bond for
Such bill of exceptions must
C Motions for new trial on account ot misconduct
of jury, for newly-discovered evidence, and
the lilo grounds, must bo taado In writing and
filed with the clerk within ten days after the rendition
or the verdicts, costs to be paid, and a bon
for farther costs filed within said ten days, an
thereafter to Mlow the course prescribed In Sob
All milters or fact upon which such motion is
founded. Tint aprvaring on the record, ranst be
substantiated by affidavit.
A In jury waived cists, except ions to Ihc findings
ot factor of law mutt be perfected within
ten days from the filing of the decision by paying
cost, aad filing a bond for further costs, and presenting
to the Justice a bill ot exceptions, setting
forth whatever is essential to a full understanding
ottbecase I f such decision is made during lerm,
the executions nm.l be rvrfcetet! lfrin final
E. In appeals in equity, the time for perfecting
or rendering the decision.
The Source of tho MiisIssippL
The following account of the true sources of tbe
Mississippi, has been pablished in the JnnrssJe
f JVajn il Sociri. The discoverr was
mdo by Captain Willard Glsrier of the United
btates Army. The newly discovered lako has been
named after tin gallant officer. School boys will
have to overhaul their geosraphies.
" Tbe true source of the Mississippi, has been a
vexed question among American geographers for
some ticir.the country aronnd the head waters being
in n iery wuu cunuiiion, inhabited only Ly inilians
and access to it difficult of accomrltshmeat. In
June ISSI, I organised and led an expedition with
tbe object of settling for ever the question of the
sour.- of great Wc ijroeeeded in canoes
via Leech Like to Lake Itasca, and accompanied
uj nu ota inuinaguiue. pusneti lorwara to mo
south, and were rewarded by the discovery of
another lake of considerable sire, which proves to
be, without the shadow of a doubt, the true sourci
of the Mississippi, in lit. ir 13' 25 . From notes
taken during the ascent, it cvnnot be less than
three feet above Lake Itasca the hitherto supposed
source or the river. The Mlssu&ippi may
therefore be said to originate in an altitude 157s
feet above the Atlantic Ocean. Its length, taking
former data as the basis, mavbe placed at 3151
The origin or the river in the remote ami unfrequented
region of country between Leech Lake
and Bed river, not less than an entire degree of
latitude south of Turtle Lake, which was for many
years regarded as the source, throws both forks of
the stream ou; of the usual route ot tho fur trade,
and famishes, nerhans. the best rtvrann win-its
head has remained so long enveloped in obscurity."
Death of Consul Strylaers.
Enrros will oblige wc by inserting
tho death of Monsieur Joseph Steylaers (the
Hawaiian Consul nt Bruges) in your valuable paper,
I give you also some extracts from the Belgian
'The funeral or Monsieur Jos. Steylaers, Consul
of Hawaii at Bruges, who has been so suddenly
taken from us, took place Friday the ICth of
"At ten o'clock a numerous crowd hastened to
the house of the deceased whero wero tho you ngand
nnmerous family of tho deceased who was greatly
esteemed. Amongst the number of persons collected
we remarked the Governor, tho Senator
Baron de Combrngghc. several members or the
administration Communal, Monsieur Ferdinand
oo Cannart d' Hamale, Consul General ol tbe
Kingdom ot Uaaaii in Belgium and ex-Counsellor
Communal nt Brussels. Monsieur Charles Vando
Brande, Consul of the etc, etc. Before
removing the body. Monsieur Frdinaad do Can.
nirt d'Hamale, pronounced a discourse. His
wor Is wen; listened to amidst profound silence.
Imi jcdiatclr after tho funeral cortege wended its
way to the Church St. Walburge.
'The pall bearers were the Consul General of
Hawaii and the Consul of tho Netherlands, Vef.
muse, at the services as also tho mass lasted a
long time, proving the esteem in which tho family
were held by the population
Bcceive. Mr.Editor. tliennmnrenfmVMi.nfi
do Canniht i' Uimale,
II. H. M'a Consul General in Belgium.
Avenue i des Art? No, 12. Brussels, Belgium,
January 20. ISSi
The following is taken from the culanms of the
. . of Feb. 13th.
Tho last September report of tho U. S. Bureau
''Statistics of the Treasury Department is especially
valuable. It covers a very wide rango of industrial
and commercial subjects, and merits
more than ordinary attention. In regard to the
proposed Beciprocity treaties Mr. Nimmo presents
the commercial features of tho case with great
precision, and whatever determination Congress
may roach it cannot plead ignorance or defective
information. The statistics before us show exactly
the status ot the United States in the foreign
commerce of tho countries with which it is
proposed to ratify treaties of tndo and reciprocity,
asweyas with the leading commercial na.
tions ot the world.
The merchandise imports for thnfoct KAniomt,.
quarter aggregated f 157,100,197 against $106,755,-0.
j in the corresponding quarter of tho 1SS3. The
cijjuji vaine oi iiorneetic merchandise in the
September quarter. 1SS1, was $159,S,53S con-
mik .in "ie September quarter
... TT.- A" "" misciporc traua was none
with British countries in British bottoms, which
shows the inter-dependence of the United States
and the Initcd Kingdom.
Our merchandise imports fmm Miiv, ,a r
tho treaty seeking countries, in the last financial
year, were $9,010,156; exports of domestic products
in tho same period $ll,0Sl',aB. Wo likewise
imparted $13,013,!1 in coin and bullion from
JJ"' during the financial year ended June CO,
1SS1, and ciportcd thereto $335,035 in specie. The
balance was therefore largely in our favor on the
year a transactions.
Mr. Frelinghuyseu has also a
treaty with . Central America, " vn. il
with Guatemala, etc- Now in the last financial
year tho United States exported $3,001,793 domestic
merchandise and $113,055 foreign goods to all
tho Central American States, importing
$G,101i!7. Oar coin imports aggregated
cS,30a and our coin exports totaled $1I,7:. Tho
balance therefore oa the past year's trade with tho
Central American States was against this country.
Cuba and Porto llico are to be covered by tho
Spanish treaty. Weciported 10K!,SSO domestic
merchandise to Cuba in the vear ended Juno
30th, ISil, and ?:V!1G,73G to Porto llico, making a
total export of ?12,SG9,21G plus J317.S73 of foreign
manufactures. Our merchandise imports from
these island, were $G,071.953. Tho trado balance
against us therefore was 51,ai?,337. The coin and
bullion imparts from Cuba and Porto Bico
amounted to 5,SS5,?J3 in the same twelve-month
and the exports to
ixayu is anoiner of the more highly favored nations,
and its consumption of American products
in the last fiscal year was $2,7Gl,(S3,nnd of foreign
products bought in America. ?3I ,250. We
to Hayti in tho samo year 13S,53S in
specie. Our imports were ??S9,173 in merchandise
and 5100,023 in coin. The balance in our ta-vor
on the year was therefore about 150,000. San
Domingo is a "Colored ltepublic," located in the
next field to the "Black Republic" of Hayti, and it
is fair to presume that it also desires to
w.io wuu ito exporiea to rjan liommgo,
all told, last llscil ear, $1,(02,009, of which nearly
one-twelfth was coin, and we imported 1,1SO,(00,
so the trade may be called level.
England would like the British West Indies to
participato with Cobi and Porto llico in the advantages
of an open American market, and for
that reason so also would Great Britain itself.
Oar exports to the British West Indies iu the year
nnder review was :$S 907,305. of 'which 29(5,070
represented foreign merchandise and about
specie. Oar imports on the year were
?10,lSt.SG3, the coin and.bullion in this total being
393,217. In round figures there was a balance
against us on the year's trade of 1,200.000.
As Hawaii is a treaty power it is not necessary
to allude to it specifically ia this connection, nor
indeed should it bo so considered. Hawaii is
practically American territory. The capital invested
in its plantations and business is American.
Its commerce is carried in American vessels, iu
supplies are drawn from America, and to America
it naturally looks for a, market for its produce.
Mnuritlni and tho Mauritian..
Mauritius, formerly tho Isle of France, and still
loved to bo called 31 i chtre isle de France by the
Creoles of the island, is, as most people with only
a limited knowledge of geography know, a small
island in the Indian Ocean, situated about five
hundred miles to the eastward of Madagascar.
With the exception of knowing its whereabouts,
and that a certain amount of sugar comes from
there occasionally to this connlnr. it is nrrtir well
an nnknown land to the majority of the world's
inhabitants. The first land sighted generally,
after a long weaM voyage in making Mauritius, is
Isle Ronde, or Hound island, which appears on
tbe horizon, as lite to a haystack as possiblo. On
nearing that point, Gabriel, Serpent, Flat Island,
and the parent island Mauritius open out, forming
a most beautiful panoramic view. 1 he mountain
peaks and pinnacles, torn and riven asunder by
tho convulsions of former ages, have a most picturesque
appearance; and well may the Mauritians
love their hitle island home, and almost bear starvation
rather than leave iu
Although Mauritius is only something like forty
miles by thirty, it supports' or did a few years ago,
a population of something like 300,000; and in extra
good seasons 110,000 tons of sugar have been
raised there; the general output is less than 100,000
tons. During uver ten years residence it was always
a matter of wonder to me how the little lsl
and could keep such a number of human beings
going; and it was quite plain to see that bad times
loomed ahead. 'I he Botanical Gardens are well
worthy of a visit, ai although not perhaps the best
in the world, there is very much of interest to be
seen thete. Many of the suzarestate are. I think.
as near perfection as they can be incierything,
and their managers, mostly Creoles, have the "natural
politeness of Frenchmen in their treatment of
strangers, but as very many of tbem cannot, and
tne rest generally will not speak English, a little
knowledge of the French language is absolutely
necessary to get along. Tbe quality of Mauritius
sugars I need not speak about, as in that, I think,
they can almost defy the world. The best sugars
used generally to be shipped to India. Perhaps
their best sugar growers and manufacturers have
not yet oeen starved out, although they must certainly
be in a fair way to be, as, if Queensland is
so much affected by the depression in the sugar
market, how much more Mauritius, which depends
entirely on that industry.
During the last twenty years poor Mauritius has
been gradually, but surely, pjing down hill; and,
although prior to that time it was looked upon as
the sanatarium of the Indian Ocean, what with
fevers and other diseases it is now a place to keep
Tbe Creoles, on ibe abolition of slavery, understanding
that freedom meant nothing to do but.
loll among the sugar cane, and get well paid and
fed for so doing, refused to work. The planters
knew too well that that meant ruin to them, the
same as the Queensland sugar planters can aa
plainly see that compelling them to employ whites
as plantation laborers, also means ruin. They,
therefore, applied to tho Government of India fur
Coolies, and their application was granted. Mauritius
has flourished ever since, and was, up to
within the last twenty years, one of the most
flourishing, for its size, of all the British colonies.
Should the sugar industry of Xorthem Queens-'
land regain its former hopefulness, even in spite
of the obstacles thrown in its way by some of the
make-believe patriots imported into our country,
no doubt we will have very many more Mauritius
Frenchmen among ns, as their nncles, cousins,
and aunts, are pretty well tund to follow tbem.
Coin in tho United States.
EDtxoa Oirrrxr: This Ij not the only coontrj
that has monetary troubles. The silrer producers
of the United Stites are demamlios nnlimited
coinage of silrer notwithstandics all the
are fall of it. S10.OOU.000 ar to ho
removed from San Francisco mint to another place j
uiBiurac ine uhai auranceaimcserioi
see tronble ahead from the exceetire qoanlilr
of silrer coin afloat in a conntrr allien has gold
for IU standard of raises.
Tho coining ot Ihc feptrckel, dollars reminds rue
ot tho Drapier (Dean Swift i letters against the
roinago of copper coin for Ireland- A private individual
had the contract hut Dnpwrs letters
Inglhe people not to accent the coin, had thocffccl
Jn-L "5 ,h.e Im$ ? "i'ct money the profit on
manufacture or which did not go'into tho com-
fil?li"Sn'nt '"""T- ; Pf J tod to
his Mm., and Drapier's name was held in
reverence by that generation. What a pity our
peopto had not theTcklne to havo acted
Hop Bitters pires n.M.1 .1ftAlln.. i:
good circnlatlon and buoyant spirits. Get the
only genuine American Cog. Bead advertisement.
Testimony to Iron Filler Presses Imported
by H. Hackleld & Co.
It ! the second this Prca. kai beta In ae la
cennectkm with the Lakalai Mill, aad Is proving a
great iMtwi. 1 ntiraitt the Mrlar at abont J per
cent, of the- crop. Tba rsinj adnata s the Preci
hive over the wow lea sew la aseoa these IMinds art
as follow.: They are asch straarer. belag ibk to
eUnd a preijare of lt poaadi of .Iran. Ike lUmmtnrs
are therefore fereed thraagh aath noleter tad
then. As nek
frame hi: a temntc oatlet. It U not neeeiMrr m .in
working tha Press allorrther taosld oae Prea. m
bclriktng.ltlisatBcliailto stop the overcow ot the
leaking frame. The can be
moth quicker, it as .ewiag It reoalred. The Trefi
will last forerer, 11 ean,nsrar get oat ot order.
Lahalna, Mail, rcbraary, pjeo. toil 1m
MR. W. C. PARICE
nu aa Office over Jlrurt. BUhop Jt Co.'i Tank, corner
Merchant and Kaihomtnu su.. aadnllllic happy to
attend to any builnen enttald to nil cire. 1 Cm
MR. IV. P. ALLEN.
Hn an oOce with Meiin. Illikopft C&.cnrnrr of Merchant
and Kaihnmann MrtrU. and ho will be pleated
toattenatoanybuslnessentroetedlolilni. l'l Sra
FDRNISHED ROOMS Neat indceslly Far
nljbed " Ttooms can be had bran early application at
J'0. U.UiDEX LASS.
Sh t.B'?nI of .Trnstrei nt thcQl'EEX'S
TAL will be held at the ltoom
!, I'- ..... .,
Commerce In Campbell'! Illeck, OX FRIDAY NEXT,
tbe nth in. tint at II a. ra.
Ji'r,"1,"',, V' M'HAEFEIt, Secietary.
at, 1S3. iibi, It
operating .i SlJ? ' Ibe purpose of Leailng and
Honolulu Marino Railway,
And a General Shlpwrlsht ltujlnos
, , , . JAMES LYLE.
lionolnln, Teh. M. 1?S3. 1051 lm
AT A MEKTIXG Ol' THK COIN
Xi. POIlATOIth of the HAWAIIAN OAZETTE
COMPASY (Limited), held at lionolnln. In the I.Iand
of Oahn, n the 23th diy of February, A. 1). ISji. a
Charier of Incorporation granted to them by the Minister
of the Interior was Mcepted and the eild Company
wal organlied, adopted Us lljc Laws and chore for Its
officers the following perron?, namely:
AlatanT.Uklnjon President ami Editor
llobert (Mere Trcaurer anil
Lorrln A Thurston Secretary and Auditor
All of whom reride In raid lionolnln.
"SI lm LUItltlX A. TllfllsTON'. ecretirr.
At tub MKirrixt. ov
the SharrhoMcrs of the INTK1MSLAND STEAM
NA hrlilitrhelrnnirj.nn ir,. r. !....
ade. on tbe Sd inst.. the following oulcere were elected
for tho cnsnlng year:
is' H McLean
Honolulu. March 3d, ISaS.
J. EXA, JR., Secretary.
ATOTICK IS JIKUKIIY GIV1S'
0.1 that the undersigned has been dulrappointcd
the Estate of WILLIAM 11KLL. late of
Eohala. Ilanall, All persons baring any
claims against the said Estate aro notion! that thei
must present the same dnly verlded and fllta the pro.
per touchers to the undersigned within six months
from the date of this itotlcr or they will be forever
barred, and all persona owing the said Estate are requested
to make immediate payment to the
at his office o. I Kaahnmanu street, llouoiuta.
Administrator or thi Estate or William Hell.
lionolnln. March Id. tSS. net it
VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF EXE-ration
issued out of the Supreme Court on the
2lthdayof November. A. II. 1SSI. asalnst AOUA defendant.
In fa'or of LONO IIINU plalntHT. for tho sura
of $.MS3; I have levied npon and shall expose for
sale at the Court Honsc at llonokaa, In the District of
Hamakna, Island of Hawaii, at 12 o'clock noon of
Tuesday, the 31st Day of March, A.D. 1885
To title and interest
or the said Aooa defendant, tn and to the following
Tonjrtr, unless ld Interest, cost and wr
eiHjf w w T.T,.,f,, !.,
L!t of proixrtr for Frame
rhtc: U Tro ralthe, ncarljrluc, 4 pact
Mdille. 2 Uocketa. 3 Irou l'ot. 2 Lanterns. - Lamt.s
i-re 5 Hoes, 1 larze ivt for cooklnc rice. 3
.Mntolto Nets. Ltafc of Land, 3 jcara to run.
re-"Dds at expense of purchaser.
1UJI II JaU.
II. SOrEll. Uftrifaal.
TfAIKAlir SUGAR COS DRAFT
1 onW. O. Irwin & Co., No. 271, for Jlft! his
been lost; all panics ire notlurd that payment of
same has been stopped. JAS. W. UIItVIN.
Importers and Dealers in
Ales, Wines and Spirits,
II Merchant Street, opposilu ike Post Office,
1017 lionolnln. II. I. lju
.' !"'? d' tnlered Into Co-partnership In the
Dairy Dnslncss. and in that of raising small slock, at
Keaau Hancb. In the District of I'nn. Iliwall. nn,l.
the style and firm namo of Mniimm A Itnbcrtson.
iMunol. ll. sllll'MA.V,
. " il iioDEirrsiiN.
llilo. Hawaii. Jan. 1. ISSi. 1017 3t
Corporation Notice !
JLl at a mcrtlo? held In lionolnln, no the 3th day of
ls. of the suhfcrtbrm in the nckof the
reople'a Ice ami Urfnzrraior io. (Llmltrd). it was
vottvl to accept the Charter nt Iicorporailon granted to
them and their ansocutrs antl ancn'trwrson the 31st
day of January. is. nnder lb- corporate name and
Tho People's Ice and Refrigerator Co
And that tald CoriMtratloa loder said Charter, there
upon oranUed elected thtfollowinsonicei?:
John 31 $ I'reflilent and .Manaser
llcr M si
John tna. Jr Treaenrrr and Mtretary
Notice is farther Iren that, to the terms
or said Charter, "No sULho!der shall be liable (or
the debta of the Corporal Um lie. ond the amount w hich
may beduenpon theiharocr pUares hlil by him or
1 018 If..
Rf-AD I ALL.
IT MAY SAVE YOUR LIFE.
The Purest and Best
Medicine cvtr made
TIIEV AKE FKOM
Hops. 3achii. Mandrake anil Dandelion
Thc Ubleat, IIet, most rcnmined
'and Jledictaes la the World.
'and In adrlititm CfnUin ail the best
'and most e0rclitc en rati ve prttMTtie
of alt other bittern. rreatest
Urer 1ILOOH 1'1'lllKlCK
'and life and health restoring agent on
Give New Life and Vior to the Aged
"To Ck'r&FBicn. Lawyers, Literary
Men. Laboarcrs, Ladies aud -II tttoc
whose sedentary employments cansj
'lrrezsntiitlea or the Blood, MonuKfa,
Iovels, or Kidneys, or who require an
Appetizer, Tonic, and ralW Mia u Ian t
'the Hitters are icralnable, being
hlchly con tire, tunie and stUanlaLing.
So matter what your feelings or
'errnDtoms are. or stunt Lite disease or
'ailment Is, use Hep Bitters. JJm't
tra.it nntU yoa are slek, bat If yon only
'feel bad or miserable, ne the lllttets at
'once. It may save yoar life. U
dreda lure been sared by so doing, at a
Ask yonr Dnxgst or Physician.
Do not suffer Toareeif or Irt yoar
'friends suffer, bat ue and urge them to
ne Uo? Bitters.
"Itemember, Hop LHttrrs ir no vile.
dred. dmuken nottiam. bat the
porest and bst erer made
'and bo person or family be
HOP BITTERS MANUTACTDRrNG CO.
Melboixriics, Rociieter.N Y,TJ.
S. A Toronto, IdOndon. Antwerp, Paris.
For Sale by 1IOLLISTEIC i CO
BROWN & PHILLIPS,
GASFITTERS AND COPPERSMITHS
Xo. Tl Km; Slrrrt. lionolnln, n. I..
House and Ship Job Work
OT l'UOMPTLV ATTENDED TO. J
Bath Tubs, Water Closets, Wash-Bowls,
And all Kinds Plumbing Goods,
1013 ALWAYS OS HASP. j,
EXCHANGE ON CHINA !
rriIE UXDEItSIGXEIJ ARE
X PARED TO BIUW OS THE
Chartered Bank of India, Australia, and
w BISUUP & CO. IMI
f m iJS! . 8OTE1OT H,,-
SnagrS',he M' - &
JeJirS . "'
Manager w cmlI1
D0AP.D OF DIRSCTORS:
W K Cutle. O W Maefarllne. C p Imkes, J S Walker.
t II rtty.
KO t K. n. Trvirv ..
HAVE JUST KECEtVKtl
Per Bark "Meteor,"
IM tiaji From Hrrmtn.
Invoices of New Goods
la every line which they offer tor Sale at
The Lowest Prices !
Soth as hire proved a Oran t Sutceis at
lahainaand Kekaha Mills
Expected per "Meteor,"
And offrtcd for Sale by
rpiIK UXOERSIOXKI) Itj KEAHY
.U to take Ueira to order In bet of the Photo
and oa the most reasonable terms consistent with,
S3" Min.l Views lor Sale at A. L. Smith'!. Fort SI.
DR. S. ERNEST CRADDOCK,
(Late Scholar and rrlicman Chemical Snrscry and
Medicine, Klng'a College, London.!
pirysiciAir & SURGEON,
101 Fort Street, Honolulu.
Office 2-5 p.m. 7-8 p.m.
1"I7 And at Hawaiian Hotel. jta,'
rpiIIS IS TO CERTIFY. .THAT
TT. sml and William II. Aldrlch both
Honolulu. Island of Oahn. Hawaiian Island",
hare this day formed a partnership for citrjln; on ami
transacting a Uroccry and Provision business
. !"itUH,0,"'" ""d" ,kc nrm """ie and ittle ofs.
J. LblEI A CO.
uaicil at said lionolnln. the 1st day of Jannary, A. D.
.-. H. !... r.1.
W. II. ALDUICII.
HAYING SOLD JIY STOCK I"
....J.1?.'.1 """lie 5"od will of my bn.lness to the
PACIFIC IIAKOWAUE CO. (Limited.) 1 desire tn express
my thanks to Ihc community generally fur their
patronise In the past, and to rtspectrnllj solicit lor
ine rntnrc their cnslom for Ihc new concern In which
I am personally and financially Interested, ordtn
to me or the new arm for speclalllci lamy
line, wilt for the present hare my personal
'pilK U-J)ERSIG-KI) 1JKG TO
.I""1? ,ner customer! and the public In central
that they hare boosht out the entire stock In trado of
-Mr. Samuel Nott, which added to their ne assortrarnl
of House Inrnlshln!? Goods, etc., make, a very foil
and complete line of floods.
tVIj51 wl" D! "M "' "'e Lowest Market Prices.
'"" tl PACIFIC HAUmv.UtE CO.
Administrator's Sale of
Lahnin.1, Maui, and on Molokai.
lly virtue ol an Order ol Court. Isueil br Hon. Abt.
ttirniBdrr, Circuit Judge Aid Judlclil District, II. I.,
on lebrnary 3th. 1SSS, I shall expose for sale at Public
Ancilon. In front of the Custom Bouse, In Lahalni,
Island of Manl,
On Saturday, March 14th
1353, at 1 o'clock p. m..
All lb ltlcht, Title and Interest ot the lair ELLEM
,nIl',ii,lii"V1rM,B.,lv,1''. '" and lo an
nndlrulrd l-i Lt. ot
Land & Stone Dwelling
Situate on Main Street, Llhaina, anil the
premises of M. E. L. Pond, rontilnlnff 27
Poles more or less.
Upset Price- W.IO; deeds it expense of pstchuer.
ALSO At the same time and place, I villi off for
Mleal'teceof Land sitnated at Kaluaaka, Island of
Containing 2 88-1000 of an Acre,
More or less, beln tho premise, now vccnnled lr E.
Liillehna. llenulr Shrrin. .ml l,.Inn!nwrnil, rui.ti.
of the said Bllcn Xotrllen, L'pstt 1'iiee SIWAU.
ft TERJIS CASH. TI10S. Y. EVERETT,
Admlnlstralor of Est. of Ellen Xoxllen, dec'il.
Uhalna. Mini. Feb. 11 th. tSSi. tow It
BENSON, SMITH & Co.
113 and 115 Port Street,
AUENTS FOIt IIOIIEIOKE bCHUECKE'S
Proprietors and Mannfacturers
LEI ALOHA BOQUET.
Assets, Dot. II, H3I
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
OJE" TUB aTATHB.
Surplus - ...,. 3,UiimSi
- (Sew Vik SUtnUrU) lil'H.Tii 7
SEW ASSCIIASCE, 1M,
Wbicli pleaseeompare with other
Companies. ...5 it,li3,ZA Ifl
Increaseor Snrplos ixljtz at
' Assets 3."ll,t3l
The relnrns for IMI aro not ret lo banil. but will
show a splendid Increase.
fjy r'or pamphlets or fell partlcQllrs. appl lo
ALEX. J. CAlmVKIOlIT. A;enl.
. ri.Toys & LEVET.
This Day, Wednesday. March 4th
At I"! oXtark iMWrn. at r
Blue House, Nuuanu St,
We will Mrli WHh.Mrt aWrtre.
FOUR BILLIARD TABLES
With D1P.. t'aei ind rtaeki I'maalMr
ITO's LEVEY. Aacttesem.
Regular Cash Sale
On Thursday, March 5th
At III a m. at S.le.room.. sill h, .old ll Aarlloa
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING
rtRSmtllt. TIN WAHK.
Matting, Rope, Groceries
Satk. Simr lad aad a Ijlrte
Assortment of Crockery !
LYONS A I EVKY. A.rlloarrr.
Notice of Sale
Of Goods Taken Upon
a Distress Rent.
Dydlrertlou of A S CLKIIIIUHN CO, m rflrrel !
to Sell it Pahlte Anciloe.
Thursday, March. 5th
1. al to o'ctark a as. ..i rtr Sal rasas, eor Uarea
d Fort Mr 1. the following
Goods, Wares and Mdse:
Panta. Wool and Calico Shirts. Itrd Ticking. Blanket.
Drlli.DliMT Sllli. Towrls, Cheat!. . lnr.fi,.
Laillel Mil fnor. Slippers, Sock.
Tobacco and Cigars
Cljrar Uoldrr. Milk, Coin-
Lobster. Daklng lmler. t'rMtn of Tartar,
Kennedy's Medical Discovery !
Cherry I'ect tral, SI Jacoh'a Oil.
Itubbtrr jrlnna, penjfM.
Taint A UhUcns'h
Ham uteris Kile, Unto. Lett!,
Doit Collar-, 1 Letter Trot. I !MI,
One Guitar, Rope,' Etc.,
Acini the Minr the pftvalM n Hit
STUD DA m. Walhrr. Maul. n TurwUy. 'rhM. 19-4
for non-pa; men t or N" t, t.v ,d A S. 1 A Ctx
LYUN.n J LKVKT, Aftcttottwr.
EL May & Co
WELLS, FARGO & CO.'s
Merchandise, Packages, Parcels,
Gold, Silver, Bank Notes,
Bonds, Valuable Papers,
Etc., Etc., Etc.,
FORWARDED B RAPID CONVEYANCE
ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD
and Promptly Dolivorod.
FAVORABLE RATES ON FREIGHT
Prompt Attention Given to Collections
and Commissions or Every
G.W. MACFARLANE & Co.,
K'M .la'OI. tor ll.vailan Island..
Broadway, Now York. Comoration Notice !
(ESTABLISHED IS IMI,; ' XjOTIC'K IS IIKKhHV
Issoti I'ollclrs on all Ih- brst llans, amoo; nbieh
are lobe footiil man
not jet In useln othrreompsnlt. alntlnr lo f.
comfort mil srcnrllr ot tho TOLICV IIOLUEK.S.
Tbll Company rnsr be siftlj cillnl the Ilinerr In
most of the jmportint Insnrance reforms, mil for this
reason .swell as manr others. It now traosaeu tha
arrest jearlr business ilone bjanronr eompanr In
tlicworkl. 1'ollcles ire both
HOH-FORFEITABLE AND INDISPUTABLE
. , ;. . , "a "t " ."""o. .i oaici
vi .1. .. v.riwrisas. nsairr. oa Ike fib da ol
IrWI. of the lobribers to the Block of tko llaw'a
lUmle UomtMnr (Lianud). it wM rol I Us accept ike
(.barter of lneorpmlon (rlaled to thai . Ibelr .
elates md tscc ants, on tnt Usl oar of Jaaaary. pso,
rnider the corporate name and strle ..r the
Hawaiian Ramlo Compan; (Llmftodi,
and that saM Corporilioa aadar MldCairtar,
orssalMd Itself aad elected Ike folk las oArers:
A J f.rtwrijkl PrldVat
K Lrcaa Usa.in
SClV'J! Trea.rer aad liecreSlsr
W I(U. tie Aadltor
V A SVhirfer. J II I E P Jd.ni.. B Ltcaa
All Ike.. OScm reside la Hoaolal..
Sotlee I. farther sins thai, la accwdaaee wltk tka
prorlstea. ol ajldllurter, Xo sloctaalaVr skatl be
Hible for Ihr" debt, of Ike orporatloa bore i lac
tS1"1 .wnk,, P ,,,M, aaara or iism
heldbrblmorlbem. W. . ALLBS
" " SotwtosT
OX A' II AiTKUTIIItj DATE, TUB
HONOLULU ICE WIMIKH rnuniiir
I llrer tl E at AM LOW It.tTEH aa ar maer coaaaan
Hoaolalo. Sot. I.t, l'rtl. IStt
N. S. SACHS.
104 F,o-.,? st., a:ca"cJ"ir.xT,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN"
FANCY & MILLINERY GOODS
THE LARCEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT OF
Millinery and Fancy Goods
AT I303PTJX. EtIO3S.
NEW GOODS BY EVERY STEAMER!
By -7 V. ADAKJ.
Br Order at C BRIWXB Jk CO,
On Wednesltey, liar. 4
At lietr Stors wtR bo SoH.
ON A CREDIT TO THE TBADt.
Tirr, o xTCrxsoxv
As Cal , ! r ,
Nat on. uraatta Tlls.
Urtadstiaia. Canst flab,
TuaHs IH. Ba. t OH.
CbawCbm., n ntni lm,
TO CLOSE CONSIGHlOaST
lfta -, Mas I Hit Carta.
a M skrtM, .n.. J. sisuaav
Caaafio IS fHaaiu. M Bat Ra.
CsiBl.anlOeiHSii. Bsarta. War i.
u rthlaassoa "9ft tVatlfjl Clrrlat.
Hand Carts, Ox Carts
Pm t for ii Bcnlea, sfavwnvii natrtn
Tnt. (Hrn, Ha Tkacgatv
Barced' Fence Wire-
lta.tar. KlaMsi, Cameac,
Aa asaartiinat of Caatti.
Hair Msctt ,
Si.r Misrni .
Jat lk iala ss.
Centrifugal Linings, Etc.
1. I, tlllipi. .tn.'tr.
Regular Cash Sale
On Friday, Mar. 6
tt'stk a tu (
DRY GOODS, CLOTHIHG
M . t or a. Vtks Oils.
Iri s. k. Hraa
POTATOES! Also- furniture
r llMK tartl sm
Al Iktt Rr.Mratr l V II. t' A HI' I TEH. M !. !o MS
On Saturday, March 7th
Al ttt o clurt. a tn. m t wtst
br M.ltl. tb Kutlrv
Parlor T.lilr. Ilockrr.
TrtraTrlr IM S.lt.1.
Bnckri.. t kit.
Mll'sr. . rilhtw.. Sin altm Trts. Haa.
.ruin. . KI.Bi.t.. Vrnxsak Clntn
Wdtlar !r.k. Htntlra La a. IMaa H
Tsm'slrr.. BK. I How MH. Wasa'safc..
Mas! UM.I 4l 3 Offie II a. I slttf,
(altar. la.alM t'basr. MalllDf. r . Ir.
One Phteton and Harness !
I IMahl. ll.nr,. ski. It., t'alirs,
TWO HOKSiCS !
K. f. ADAMS. InMim.
Bj order ol It r I.L.IIIK. .UathsMubw of ike Itlit.
al JkarKrrr.rluia.id. I will set)
11 PaMw Aaclk .
On Saturday, March 7th
U I ' . lock I V.. my tefeMMM.
THAT CERTAIN VALUABLE
PIECE if IANB
la .HNtnii, wiib tkr HhHr
UtiMMtlc 1 11wh Kmnm -. a4 -ell Lmtp t
dirivt ItwncMrttMl, ewaiiwM e l!Mf
At m pr Itojral Pinl M. TV
f thU proMrtv i4 lu iMaMlijr Ummntv m tt te-W
tm a rrntfontr m ttmmttj 9m m
Valuable Piece of Land
it Klaa Sttvrt. aIMie mI tmmtif
fcj J. WfrHh, wMa lb
ft feet mmt m !"'. par Hoyal Pit tx.
Also, the Lease oj that Certain
Piece of Kalo Lend
At Kaaaal ka. Hassle!, Oabw.
For Use mm of oserpar wltk Ibe pelraBaerraaralL
fT" Deed. 11 Ike "ipr! of aatcba r.
Uoaolsra r,braar;tlk. I b.
r.. . .tntm.Aie'ir.
Valuable Cane Land
On Saturday, March 28th
At tt at fee It nwm at Siiarom
Those Two Certain
Pieces of -Land
AT MOASCI, MOLOKAI. S A MELT :
APASA Area 7 acre. 113) nsare fathom, whrrfc ll
CANELASD. aear Wwrf Leon-Jt Co'. Mill,
and leased tor Its f ran tMa HM.lst.ltrti,at
J" per jear. pijibls srml uatalnla adraarr.
and Vtft strco.
belaxderrbedla Ijal fslrnsai. Sakaaa