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Petition ofCitUens of WailuLa.
Sis Excrx.U3CT Caucus X. Grucx. MmittT
li7.s IcitrriM Giirxn.No
ie, calizens of Wailnku and eabjectaof His
Khir cnaersiADu mat me pununn oi a iiqaor
B ur lioeoea to this and other districts baa
s ji:aoed ai jrocr discreuon bj a resolution of
EnTT Cdcu, and, Larin fell confidence in
r .nknt we appeal to you to refuse to grant
ny one a ticenec or licenses for the sale of
tiacQ uqaora in una auuiet I or tne louovinR
Enxly We apprehend eerioas and disastrous
nut o uit masr8 irom uirowinr open vide loe
i ii uic uiumcriaunaic iucdi itqaor uoar
vihllr -That it would nenonslv retard, if not
u!r check, the general state of admnce and
ruTcroent at present o tncocracinc.
Lnllr AVe haTe so lone enjoyed the benefits
Bins to ns irooj tne tact oi spirituous nqnors
iein-? sold in our district that we cannot but
pj-prelwusirp for the fotnre fhonld licenses
wrefore, we bamblrnrarthat Your Excellent
bntertain oar petition and ref ce to iant the
U N Bato,
X J lUrba. Jr.
J M -Mam.
J 31 Jlipulon.
L".-. I'al- Opto
irr.a John Wilcox
alri l'alca Mahi
ItKtj Lon 1'alra
c;:roo J B Kanooa
-ai. A r Lahan
i' ,k) Kabaobaa
J It Kabetile.
f W KiklUu.
rki itf Mahiai,
bu; .7 KtUniLaa
tuu-i II llakrr.
il" p Kalaa
(foodalr A KapalalB.
uuur,Jr 11 K
I: ruoo, Krtna.
C l.r Keacl' Ie.
a Kits LaeaU
K:; J KaolelD,
utaaitt XV Ktakoua,
t W Kamalaakl.
I x Kahtna.
Jci J kamana,
aa ; Kcalaka
iwic J Oana,
oat mi UK Kc;L.
lat-.-; 3 II Kaaala
eat oa. H rI.
ii is run oh a.
;jczu J Kanele
zro. Ml krkalotat
' I' -3 Kalix
Kc ie'a KalciklaK
. J H lUol
bn. Nha Xora.
Il-j . IlaJekabiLl,
fcrl fctat; C Tlhity,.
L H rKaoeaoi.
W K Makakoa,
K K Kamaaobo
II M kimakaEwi.
1' K Malaara.
A h Kabolokai,
W B KeaU.
J L ManneU.
W K Maomaa.
M da Slla Torre.
Aaloalo J KoU
41 E Zorobapel.
Crl O Vwr.
S m II ttallry.
The Ztiqnor Qnentlon.
xK OlXiTTE: In thin ninrtrr n!h wntcrr
p who hare watched the ad ranee of aniua-
are not Xailed to note the retardation caused
indiscriminate sale of alcoholic point.
I it nil the prisoua and f inpoTenhed thon
IS thatitfiUs tbe loaatie ayams and des
itbetiopca of multitudes, that thelrrea of
(a ui ui yoain are rciotl uj iu innuenoe. are
t recocnised br the noa advanced nations.
hiUUun ia cunuc croood in all the countries
aiMiota ot woorie coTernmcnts we respect.
t ie possible mat witn nil tnu knowledge
tn him the Kins of Hawaii should nrce on
fvuplc tbe aooeptance of aloohoho ptrit?
it be pasiUle that be uhoa boasted motto is
"wm u nauoa ' wtsnea u urease tne liquor
c know;nc as be so well does, that rum and
p-oases it encouracee and entails, lithe agent
k uas rcaucea mi aaocaom I rum one vt
klrds of thousands of people to one of loss
1 1 iwt thousand naUre Hawaiian? Can it be
x wax ne baa not thrown lnmaeu in the
:h and used his nower lo nn-vnit the ritn-
pf the sale of rum!
bu position to fail to protest is to sanction,
e is no sitting on the fence for him. Kumar
TcrJis that be encounipea B.bts thA- mnt.
bf licenses in dincta where it has not here-
re been sola. Humor must be wrong. If with
fcnowkdge of the evil effects of spirituous
yrt on mankind and his own nation in mrti.
r be fcbocld foster the indiscriminate sale of it
us dominions be might weu be styled the
air of his people, llatno! rather let as think
1 be Las been misled by "the ceat succester"
9 baa proDOked this extension of TamseUinc as
ns ox raiont: revenue, i ne great sucRe
is nerer without plausible rrvva for any
ntwhich'ne wishes to make. Tbe Cimsr arrn-
t tnat it is twine sold clandesuneij, erjw the
nnentmism aaveuaenre a reTenue irom
ans its sal la lna thin.1 Thst infantifidn
uudfirarerjractiaedclandetiuelr and. rrv.
roTernment mir-ht vol rtpnn
iiiaaac uioe wno commit those crimes,
mid it not bare been tir in r-nnc
im4 nians of mrrentisi; the clandestine sale?
if fc,LrT"irtrrT 11 ntrtr riKni .
and tenable or not it will be plaosiblel
e tne numucr m ois mess ne teedtred the
e that be was under the inflmnw. n
b stubd Netherlands coTernment could not see
i mat inrni. ftuu kucu iu ctuiuioii odimi
, (Jne would tniDk tnat nanuc come so near
a as his nam iu Ms youth from liquor be
ltd bj tbe last to ne it or orpe its us on a
pie to whom La knows it is aeatn. iiqi we saw
t dori&c the last lcnslature be used it Terr
ly on the ucsophistieabid Hawaiian senators,
L knuwtzc the man, it would be better to lay
chars of al tempting to extend the sale of
LAt his door rather than at that of the Kine
EafcUKtedby his counsel to the exclusion of
laur wise and rood men hn tha Kim mirht
iwwu nun. FnpvM inrirt
' thoM Who 1mm LiiYar n.l in
p is wished are Mr. Adams, who will Tint New
lani and ew Tork. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis, who
P the Islands permanently, and Mrs. Walcom.
b umi uu m. nut uui uu wao reiunu to
iat furred tonzue, bad tasting mouth and
rabla fedinf . sst von need Amerir.n ( 'j
p fwiier. ueaa ana DeiicTe-.
A cay and happy party enoycd the hospitalities
OI 1113 21 Sjesiy at UC mi wwre, vn iua uiw
Moonlifhtntchts again, and consequectly lots
of walking and ndins parties in the cool niefct
Oa tbe 10th inst. tbe first reculsr TacaUun of
the public schools commence and will extend to
t ne tn tnsu
The Kexatta ou the 2Sth ulU was a Tcry slow
auair, tue erencs occnriing ax nn-reaxjaauie uu
f ertnees apart.
Mr. G. West Is now a member of the firm form
erly known as Lycan A Co. and lately advertised
as est, uow E vo.
The foreclosure sale of tbeeUteof A.K.Ku
nciakea, advertised for April 4th, is off, a settle
ment ha vine been arrirrd aL
There was a decided sharpne to tbe air on the
early oorninc of n? Slst n!t- The mercury
The raornicc aerrice at St. Andrew's last Sunday
was extremeiT mu, vuv cuurrttivu w uv uiiv
mised cotll 5 minutes to I.
Attention is called to the Supreme Court Galen.
dar for the April Term, prepared ender tbe saper-
Tisionoz . rczer r-squniei uetk.
The O. S. S. AlameJ will sail at noon to-daT
for San Francisco, carrytnc the nsnal mail: 'l"he
xmrtpota is ant zrom tnence on tne in.
J.J. Williams. Honolulu's oalv nhotozranber.
was ciTen an onportunitT br His MaiMtr. to ttke
A fac ftimile of his Royal self, on tbe 30th ult.
Tbe steam roller has been careerin? about Nun-
anu avenue, but the amount of pood it bu done
oy running orer a nam road is problematical.
Tb nsual Oosiul Tcmrjerance meetinc was held
in I be Bethel Te&trv on tha cTeninc oCtbeSSthnlt.
Tbe attendance was not as larce as was hoped for.
ThaMntnal Tolenhoue Go. is cradoallr assuming
a business basis. To-day the Company issue a
temporary list oi suoscrioers ior calling purposes.
The whales captareJ by the whaluc birk uCr
Prttim7" will be open to the insrction of
eicht seers this afternoon at the P. M. b.S. wharf.
Tarcet practice was indulged in br Capt. Hay-
Ieya battery on the afternoon of the "th nib
The result snowed an improvement in markman-ship.
The AtmticdH CMrrk Ckrwicfe will be issued on
the 11th o'f this month, and will oontain amongst
tbe other mental pabulum a full account of eer
Tices darim; Holy week.
Ur. G. R. Simeon rtreacbed at tbe morn I nr. at an
also at the eTeninc. semces held at SL Andrew's
Cathedral on the 'JJXh nlL A large oongrefation
was present at both perrices.
Next I'riJjT is "Good Fridav.' Annronriste
aerricrs will be held la all the Christian Churches
here. A requiem mass will be jriTcn at the Roman
Catholic Cathedral at 10 a.in.
The band did not concert at Emma Sou ira on
the afternoon of the ZSlh ulL. asiuual. a prior
engagement at the Inter-Island Steamer wharf
occupying iDeir time ana attenuju.
Tbe tne Alett was temporarih- released, from
tbe bonds which bold her in durance Tile.'' on
the afternoon of the 2stu ult, and she was used as
a dispatch boat for the race J udges.
1 he ra.inv Honolulu friends of Mr. Henrr Cora-
wdl will regret to learn that no change for the
better has taken place in bis contLtion His
tn lu-iii it graauaiiy oiminismng.
Earlr ner? on tbe ZLh nlL had a rood new of
tbe eclipse of the moon which occurred on thst
morning. The moon entered the shadow about
and net at o clock about f eclipsed.
His Matcstr was one of tbe manr pedestrians
who hare leen incommoded br the obstructing
branches which over hang the K arena fence on
Nuuann street. Tho branches should now be removed.
Glanders is still prevalent to an alarming ex
tent, amongst horses here, and owners of sound
animals must practice 'eternal vigilance1 to prc
BerTe tho libertyjof tbeir animals, from tbe dire
The quarantine station for diseased animals is
located at Kohuaio, foot of Queen street. A bury
ing ground is attached to the premises, ind tbe
defunct equine receive the attention of capable
Professor and Mrs. AVarlxnd. return lo tbe
United State by to-day's steamer. The Professor
states that he has thoroughly enjoyed bi three
months holiday here, never having spent a plea
santer time in his life.
Tbe ltritish bark Latfo lumima finished dis.
charcinc her coal carco on the 2Gih ult. and com.
menced immediately to load sugar for San Fran
cisco. She will probably sul tbe latter end of
this week for tbe Coast.
Tbe bnganttne Co-mtU, Capt. Cousins, arrived
in port here on tbe 27th ulL, 15 days from San
FraDcisbo. Mrs. John Sherman, a well known
resident of Kapaa, Kauai, returned by the vessel
from a visit to 'the old folks at home.
Tbe two mile contest at the SLatino Itmk. On fen
Street, last evening, was won by Master W. Lucas,
and Master J, Maguire took tht second prize. The
first prize was $15 and the secand $5. There was
quite a large audience present to witness the con.
Tbe llev. G. Simeon commenced bis mission ser
vices last Sunday evening. Addresses will be de
livered evert evening for tbe rest of tbe week.
Every afternoon there will be a special lecture
daring which tbe communion service will be re
The PtU did cood service last Scndav. towim iu
tbe German bark itathfole and the whaler Cajx
Horn Pigvon. On her last trip n large crowd of
passengers enjoyed tbe trip marred only by the
long delay, caused by the absence of the engineer,
in the start.
An alarm from ward 5 at 720 o'clock on the
evening of the 30th nib was caused by a slight
fire in one of tbe sheds of the Hawaiian Carnage
Co. The services of the Department were not re
quired, a few buckets of water quenching the in
lir our advertisements to-tin v it vitl 1 KMn that
there is another Richmond in the field in the boot
and shoe trade. Mr. P. Mclnerny, who recently
retained from San Francisco, has opened with an
entire new block of shoe wear in CampbelPsbuild
ing. Fort Street, next to Lycan & Cos.
Several canes of laborers. Chinese, hare been
emplojed, during the past week in defining the
putters of the streets of this city, by removing
accumulated debns. Considering the continuity
of such work it would seem that a regular force of
natives might be employed at this labor.
The last of the 11 lots beloncnnz to tbe estate of
Mr. H. R. Macfarlane and offered (br his order)
by Mr. Adams the auctioneer, for sale, found a
Eircbaser on the 30th ultin tbe person of Judge
ickerton at the upset price, $9Xi. The lot is
ntuated on Young street and is 150 feet depth.
The Skatinz Kink in connection with the 1 toller
Coaster, was thrown open to tbe public last Satur
day afternoon and evening, and was liberally pat
ronized by tbe lovers of this, at present, popular
recreation. This RmV is the largest of its kind
uere. ana promises to do a popular place oi resort.
The 'Honolulu ltitW are now wee tine twice a
week for drill, and Captain Aldrich is intending
to put the screws on to the members who absent
themselves on such occasion?, one of the projected
punishments being to debar tne delinquents pre
tence in the ranks at the coming dress parade and
Tbe small industries are recti vine attention.
Mr. Hensou. at the foot of of Pauoa Valley has a
fine lot of young vines coming on. In the course
of 8 or 10 months they will be in a fine condition.
it tney can be successfully grown there, they can
be successfully cultivated over tbe larger portion
The toe Alert under the able manicement of
Captain Rice, will go on an excursion to Diamond
Head and return to-day leaving tbe I. M. S. S.
wharf at noon. As the trip is intends! to be a
trial one, such of tbe public as desire may have
the opportunity of enjoying a short ocean trip,
free of charge.
The ller. Dr. Happer. of Canton. Chins. Ltf-l
Sunday evening occupied tbe pulpit of the Bethel
Union Church, and spoke of China and the Chi
nese, and the work accomplished by the mission
aries in that country. His address was very inter
esting and instructive. Tho Iter, gentleman re
turns to uquu Dy tne uiatHca io-aay.
Cantain Simonson Jr. of the steamer Titiutit
had bis cood nature tested. on the arrival off nort
of the Citj if Sta Yi-k oa the 27th nit, applica
tions ior passage oy numerous inineae wno
wished to see "him brudder being quite frequent.
lue iTess people are inaentea to mm ior assist
ance in obtaining late news1 favors.
The fVtrW. ablv edited bv Rev. Messrs. Cruzan
and Ogzel, is out for April, and the contents of
the number will prove satudactonly, undoubtedly,
that the editors are n sing every endeavor to pre
sent a paper at once interesting ana instructive.
The editors are both progressive and their iournal
bears uie imprint oi tnat characteristic
The 1 M.S. S. Citv e r 1VI- Captain Searle.
arrived in port here on the 57lh ulL, 1H days from
San Francisco nmfe to Yokohama, Japan. She
brousbt a small mail, also newspaper dates to the
19th nit,, and 501 Chinese passengers for here.
The vessel sailed again on the early morning of
xne -cut uiu, ior ner port oi uesuuauon.
To liar's steamer cirri es off some verv dear
friends. Capt, and Mrs. Luce, have been residents
of these islands for almost a life time. After
thirty-one years absence they return fox a visit to
meirnatire una, -uia ugiana." iney nave tne
heartiest wishes of a large ciicle of friends that
they mar thoroughly enjoy their viMt to the old
His Excellencv the Governor of Oahu. Hon
John O. Domini, was presented by F. A. Schaefer
-q. in Italian uajesxy s uonscj, on tne sui
nit, with tbe diploma and insignia of Knight of
the Grand Cross and decorated with the Grand
Cordon of the erder of Ibe Crown of Italy. The
presentation was the result ox tne expressed wisne
of King Humbert of Italy and was a complete
surprise to tne noaorec recipient.
The Iota "advertised for sale at auction on the
&th ulC, situated on Piikoi, loung, Bcretama
and Kinau streets, and owned by "Mr. If. R. Mac
farlane, were sold br Mr. Adams before the
day ct for public sale, the following persons be-
inKthe purchasers and the prices paid. Lots 1
and 0 "W . T Rhodes, $200; No. 2 J. McKenrie.
SLlXXh No. I Jnlin Prh.n 1 WV Vnc r. .nit 7
T- RLoca. UMO; No. 8 Mr. Grace More, f 1
.w.vuu i, x. nuson,zor ifiw.
Tbe bad working 0 antral wii-M ,,r th Tfawai.
ianBell Telephone Coon the 3lh insU, caused
an investigation by tbe Superintendent and as the
result thereof be reported that the wires had been
cut, seemingly br parties who were thoroughly well
Eited in the mechanical arrangements of thelxnes.
t a abort time was needed to make tbe necessary
repairs, so that if any wisos were cut tbe nefarious
act was probably committed by an ignorant per
son who may have intended more mischief than
Anniversary Regatta of Ihe H.Y.B.C,
The first anniversary of the Honolulu Yacht and
Hoat Club was celebrated by a regatta. In tbe bar
bor here, on the afternoon of the 2th ulL A pro
gramme or events bad oeen arranged ior tne occa
sion conn sting of canoe, rowing and vailing races,
under the nuct'vmmt of a special committee
choenby the directors of the Club. Club members
ana inntej gnesta were pn'Viaea wiia seats ai me
Inter Island Steam Navigation Co'a wharf which
had been placed at the disposal of the committee,
for the occasion. The Hawaiian band stationed in
the near vicinity discoursed sweet music daring the
The judges, consisting of Captain IL Mist It. N-,
Capt. Inller and Capt. Cousins were early in place,
on board a scow anchored off Allen A. Iiobinsona
wharf and which served as the starting poinL but
it was considerably alter us. nosr set before tne
boats started in the
Sillne raca far Rsrins Mntvw: prize club medal.
distance 15 mites. The following being the entries:
Fleer de Lis. sailed by YT. L Wilcox
Mignon ..sailed by F, Whitney
Tippecanoe .sailed by S. B. Dole
The boats cot awar well together. buL a short
distanm from tha tArtim ivinL the lines of a
wnaier wnicn was being warpea across tne onrwr
interfered with tbe progress of tbe boats. After
much mtnoavering the Fleur de Lis and Mignon
got clear of the entanglement and continued on,
the Tippecanoe being withdrawn i"be Fleur do
Lis is credited with winning the race although the
closeness of the Mignon was very creditable. Time
THE SrCONP &1CX.
Six oared race between junior crews .of tbe
H. 1. & is. U and Jiyrtis ciuos. uitnce
Jtntttm bouts xt&rtAl in this rare, the Strar.2er
of the Myrtle club, pulled by A. Carter, stroke.
r. ii nminor. ji. iianumL n.jucitrvue.
Arthnr lirnun. James TorberL and Willie F. Love
coxswain ana ins jjinuosuani m&uaeu uj
Lowe stroke, Lorrin Thurston, Clarence Macfar
lane, Guy Wodeboue. Willie Dimond. OliverStill
man. cviTSTain F. Whitnev. Considerable interest
wai centered in this race. A good start was effect
ed but after a dozsn strokes n&d been pnneu ti
was plainly apparent that the Stranger would bo
the winning boat her crew of "red heads pulling, in
fine form, a 33, while the Honolulu's pulled a long,
slow recovery, which lacked execution. Tbe
Stranger crew took tbe lead midway between the
starting point and lighthouse and kept it all the
way around coming in winners by a dozen lengths
in 16 minutes VJ seconds official time.
THE TOTED fiCE.
Was a naJJlirrfT rare between canoes of the dub.
distance f mil a and was won after a well con
tested paddle, by E. Lowe in the 'Coquette' the
other contestants botng S. RDole in the 'Tip
pecanoe and W. H. Rurdin the 4 Mignon. The
propeuoroi tne xippecanoe reurea ueaten waca
half over the coorss. and tho Mignon's occupant
paddled a waiting race and got lef U
THE rVtST Or THE PIT.
The nait erenL a SV miles race between the
Senior si oared crews of the Myrtle, Honolulu and
lotani clubs, was rcgaruea as tne event 01 tne uay,
tha content which had taken Place between those
crews on the occasion of His Majesty's birthday,
last November, not having been forgotten, and the
commendable rivalry which existed between the
Myrtle's and Honolulu's for tho retention of the
title of 'Champion being well known. The Myrtle
club entered their favorite boatStrangor, manned
by, Oscar Branch stroke, C Lucas. F.Wnndenbur j,
Chas. Purdy, Alex. Lyle, W. Robinson, J. L. Tor
bcrt coxswain. Tbe Honolulu's presented anew
boaL lighter and longer than their old one, called
No Name,' and manned by James I. Dowsett Jr.
stroke, J. ILWodehouse, H. W.Morse, J.Markham,
J. D. Holt Jr., II.M. Whitney Jr., J.Seeley coxswain.
The lolani club entered their old boat the Foo
maikalam, manned by Kalmo stroke, Kake, Niolo,
Kaulabao, Ku, Kaluahine, Lieut Ulukou cixswain.
After" a long and unnecessary delay the boats were
got in position, the Poomaikalant inside, next the
wharf line, 'Stranger in the center and 'No Name
outside. The intention bad been for each boat to
turn an individual stakeboat but, at tbe Iat mo
ment, before the start, information was conveyed
tliat some of the buovs set for that purpose had
been washed away. "Instructions were tbefrpiven
to the coxswains to turn the Bell buor. Two of the
judges, Captains Mist and Cousins went on board
the tug Alert to follow tho racing crows, Captain
Fuller remaining in the scow to perform his dull
duties of starter and judge.
Evcrithmz beinz ra readiness, the word was
civen and tbe boats shot away on their mission of
conquest, the 1'oomaikalani crew catching ater
first, and gaining, the Myrtle's being last to 'catch
on' and occupying third place when five boat
lengths from tne starting poinL 1 ne 1 oomaisa
Iini crew, flushed bv their easv access to the lead
ing position, were forced by their coxswain to a
sustainca enon 10 retain ue leau. in me mean
time Torbcrt of the Myrtles by his earnestness
was impressing his crew of champions with the
necessity of pulling stronger which fact they
seemed to thoroughly appreciate. Dowsett, the
stroke of the No Name was pulling a strong oar,
but alone, the rest of the crew seeming Jo think
that the time Lad not yet come for an expendi
ture of muscle. To the spar buoy a dingdong
race was pulled, the 'red caps' of the Myrtle crew
beinc to tbe f ronL closely followed by the 'No
Name. tbe Poomaikalani now being in the rear
and getting farther astern every stroke. Trom the
spar to tbe bell buoy the pac3 was a good one, tbe
Stranger making the distance in 4.10. The tum
was made seemingly under difficulties and then
the leading boats pointed for home, the Poomat
kalam being practically ont of the race. The
lighthouse was reached from the spar buoy, in a
little over six minutes (the distance fully K of
mile) Dowsett Jr., of the 'No Name forcing the
After turninir into the straight from the lizht-
hocM to the homestretch tbe condition of the two
crews could be well marked; Branch, the usually
smiling, stroke of tha Stranger bad his face set
hard and firm. No 2; Lucas, seemed to bo out of
form, but tbe rest of tbe crew. Tardy Lyle, and
Wundeuberg ablv aided their stroke. In the No
Name, Dowsett Jr. tbe stroke and probably the
lightest man in the boat, was pulling an oar
worthy of Morse, the 'Muldoon of the crew, and
be showed bis pluck and stavine Qualities bv treat
ing the Myrtles to a sport off the Inter Island
wnari tnat gatneo a nan aiengin ior nis crew.
All the rest, seemed to be in fair form. Tha Myr
tles crossed the line first in 2130 tho Honolulu
coxswain bringing his boat to the line only and
then turning for tho judges boat where he entered
a claim of foul alleging that the Honolulu's had
taken the wrong water. The l'oomaikelanl crew
went direct to their boathouse. The iadcei after
giving utterance to one or two opinions finally
withheld their decision until the afternoon of the
31st ult, when tbe Myrtle were awarded the
A sincrla scull race between a professional and
an amateur on nnero basis amused the specta
tors and, immediately after a four oared race be
tween crews from the lolani and Honolulu clubs
came off, won easily by tbe crew consisting of Hay
Wodehouse. II. W. Morse, J. Markhani, J. D.
Holt Jr. This last race closed tbe afternoon sports ;
and the crowd that hid assemble noon wended
their ways homeward and the wharves, by 5.30 pm.
bore their usually deserted appearance.
Remarks upon Improvements In Sugar
et s. x. C1STXE.
At a tHnc when sosar is so low and expenses are
so high that it takes a large crop to pay them, ;
when tho planter at the close of tbe year, and
when he has cut off, as he thinks, every possible ;
expense, and finds himself behind hand, necessity
compels him to carefully note every improvement, '
by which expenses may be lessened, and he en- ,
abled to lie.
This is all important to the prosperity of society
and the state. A plantation giving an economical
sapport to iU operator and family, and three or
four hundred employees, skilled and unskilled,
men, women and child ren, cannot incur debt from
year to rear, but unless tbe income can be made
to pay the expenses it must go uowu, anu it it goes
down, it is a heavy blow to tbe prosperity of tho
community. Tbe planter is without means of liv
ing, the employees are without their bread, prop
erty declines or cannot be sold, the state is with
out its revenue beciuse the subject ore itizcn is with
out means to pay, tbe arttzin'the seamen, and every
department of human industry languishes and
suffers. It is always so in every country. When
its great staples are depressed, and unfortunately
it is so at tne present time in nearly au countries
throughout the world, distress in consequence is
more wide spread than has often been known.
The great staple of this country has been sugar.
It is that for which the soil and climate are pecu
liarly adapted, but for all that, it was hardly pay
ing, and resulted in many failures prior to tbe
reciprocity of 1S7G with the U.S. and even wtlh
treaty advantages, it has not paid as universally
as is generally supposed. There have been many
losses even witn gooa prices anu ireaiy uene
tits, but the prefect low prices are worse than any
thing before experienced, hence any improvement
nbich would increase the iacome or diuunndi tbe
expense inough to enable planters even to pay
their expenses, if nothing more were a great boon.
It would continue to give employment and prevent
suffering, but people are naturally and very prop
erly cautions, and experiments expensive, often
disappointing the intelligent and aanguipe theor
ist, and precipitating the catastrophe which they
intended to avert, hence they reluctantly incur ex
pense in experiments or new improvements, to in
crease tbe income to a lively point, even when it
seems to their intelligence that iu success has
been demonstrated lest after all it hhould fail and
make their condition worse than before, caution
is very necessary, but when such improvements are
put forward as would afford the relief that we
need, if they are what they claim to be, it is wise
to give them such investigation as we are able to
assist in deciding the probability of advantage,
from tbe Improvement.
Two things are now especially needed to relieve
the plantations from their perilous condition, one
is curtaiiiog in everything, in everything possible,
their expenses. Of this nature, are the hot air
pipes, in saving fuel, spoken of in Mr. Scott's let
ter to Mr. Youmr from Wainaku. Hawaii in tbe
GizxTTx of March 16th. The other Is to increase,
if possible the production without iaereaniug the
expense. Chemists say that the "Canes contain
from CO to 78 per cenL of water, 12 to fl per cent
of sugar with a small quantity of other soluble
substances ana a to 1 per cent, 01 ligneous nire."
Different kinds of different climatesoils and scv
sons anal vre different! r. but the average of the
above is IGJ5 per cenL It is Known that no
rnemoa uas yet oeeu aiscoverea ot extracting au
tbe sugar from the cane, and any improvement
helping to increase the quantity will be in the di
rection of increasing the production without a cor
responding increase of expense, a writer on sugar
says of that not released from the cane in the
cTU-shiug: "The remainder is still obstinately
held by the bagasse and no effectual means of re
covery has yet been devised."
Tbe Mace ratio a (whirli 1 take to bo tha diSo
sionMroeess. dispensing entirely with the mill,
has fncrt&sed the product largely on an estate.
"The difficulty attending its use an the rapid wear
upon the knives and the time and labor required
m their use over that in grinding.
" I "have a statement upon vhich I deem good
authority that 10 6-30 English tons of best Demar
ara field made one English ton of sugar, a fraction
over 9jS iter eemt. X2G0 D Kobala cane. IsL Ra
toons weighed in 1ST produced a fraction uvet
10 per ceaL of sajar. From its yields of tbe two
fields in such widely different locations I infer
that it his been about the Hanoi yield of tbe cane
product by pat methcos of manuiaatcre.
Tki XttfMMl Cunt Slndler, a new invention,
taanulactuxed by the ytrll I'mivcifil Uill f,of
10 Bircltr street. New Tork, was used by Gov
ernor IL C. Warm on th of Louisiana in the mana
factcre of bis last crop, which avenged for the
vhala croD iJ$.f? lbs of sucxr to 2.000 ooonds of
cane, the last half averaged 3L3& Sis to a too of
"On nocndi of cane. The mill cearin? of the
second mill was weak and unsatisfactory during
the first halt of tne crop, orjie minks, the w&ote
crop would have averaged ! Ebs of sugar per ton
of cane, as the last half reached The crop
of ISS3 averages 143 lbs per ton, a Urge difference
in favor f tha ahreddtr.
Hs says La using the shredder the Joints are l
broken and tbe whole xm mrfncnl In a puId nd
brought into tbe most favorable ccndition for the
rolls to give the largest extraction of juice. -J"
experiment was ot tne whole crop of over .vw
tons of cine and but for the disadvantages men
tioned would hava averaged he think 175 lbs or
agar to the ton of cane against JinlSt an
increase of about 2t37rreenu This is a !g
gain and will welt pay for tho additional expense
and ear of machinery on a large plantation and
with the joints il broken and the cane reduced
la a pulp, it mast be l.t a root favorable condi
tion for expressing the juice, with the application
of the minimum of power and with the applica
tion of hot water to the crushed trash before going
through the second two roll milL it would seem as
though it must as thoroughly extract all the sugars
as the diffusion process, as the crushed cane would
seem to be in a better state for the solvent action
of hot water, than tbe sliced cane to which it Is
applied la the diffusion process. In the eatly stage
tu me ueet sugar industry it was ascertaineu mai
many of the cells containing tbe sacharine floid
Were not runtured and the. tnmr i nnt ertraetcd
and (the crushing process was exchanged for the
trauue. aa tne aoaiiionotmacerattonwhien ex
tracted all or about all of the sugar, about 11 per
cent, being an average of more than was extracted
from cane by former processes although cana
whose juice has a density of I0"B htsl&l percent
of sugar in iL
On the Waiakea plantation in HUo, Mr. Young
has introduced the maceration process with ex
cellent results. He bat a threo roll mill In which
the cane is first crushed. It is Lercd up verv close.
so as to produce the 'greatest quantity of juice
um uuo uui 11 iuui- oi rrumj; mm tne cane
After passing through the mill tbe trash is msc-
crited in hot water and then rnn lhmnh a rtmrer.
ful two r U mill, closely keyed up, extracting
uu;:u, i.-iui3 uioai 01 uie remaining nuia auner
ing to the trash and released by the solvent action
uf tbe hot water. Tho rolls of both mills arc 30
by CO lachet, shafts, 1? inches in diameter, and
moved by powerful steam vngines, the juice is
evaporated in a double effect and the trash affords
snfhcient fuel for evaporating and all null pur
poses, and here again it seems as though tbe
crashed and pulpy condition of the trash, after
passing through tbe first mill, must be more favor
able for. the solvent effects of hot water than the
mere slicing it into thin slices lengthwise would
make it. At all events tbe results of the mactr
ntion process at the Waiakea Mill, as stated by
Mr. Young in the Platter HottM. and to mo
personally and by xnr own estimates from the
mill records, of tea consecutive days work which
he was kind enough tosapply tome, have been
Tery f ATorable. In addition 1 wrote to Mr. Cbapin
the manager of the Kohala plantation requesting
him to Send to Waiakea by steamer a small
quantity of fresh trash from the Kohala'Mill to
be macerated and run through thesecondmilL He
sent 'JUO0 lbs 50G3 lbs of trash was also sent from
tbe Papaikou MilL Tho results of these experi
ments I think fallv sustain Mr. Young's state
ments of increased production, in tbe March
Planter. The records of the 10 days work is a
little better still, showing lkS3 percent Increase
against 154. and I am told by Mr. Young that
present work shows slightly better results still,
rnntng as hich as IS! Per cent of incream at time
owing no doubt In part to the varying quality of
the juice and their increased experience in baud-
iiuk. especially me proper temperature oi the water
used in maceration.
In inar be well to reneat the renernt nlf nt
the maceration process as far as it had proceeded,
u uwiucu in tun i mnier.
To thoroucblr test this ne tha thrM
roller mill, the only one heretofore used, hose
usual product has been about 53 or 3t clanflers
per day, was so closely keyed that it would deliver
but X, so that all the juice, to bo oMained by one
grinding, should be got ouL Cane was then
ground yielding 27502 imperial gallons of juice,
standing ..t an average density of 107 Bat a tern
pei dure of 73' F. which for comparison we will
coil about 615,467 lbs of sugar. While the mace
ration mills dealing with the trash from the three
roller mill yielded W.437 imperial gallons of di
luted jaice standing at a density of 6' 06 B when
at a temperature of 75" F. which by the same mods
of reckoning would give SC,10 lbs of sugar or a
saving of over 13 per cenL in smrar. Bat n tfcs
Juice from the maceration mill polarizes much
uiucr per uegrce 01 uensiiy man mat from the
three roller mill the actual percentage is higher
than theso figures would show. The increase of
sugar by this method may make all the difference
between success and failure with tha planter, and
as it is being experimented upon here, and can be
thoroughly examined in its results and better
added Dtrelhin elsewhere, itUworthy of the se
rious consideration of our planters. Be sugar
high or low, tteaty or no treaty, we havo learned
by experience that expenses are unavoidably so
high tl at all that can be realized is needed to
maintain our commuoity and institutions in a
moderately prosperous condition. Juice at IT
contains IS 37-100 and the cane from which it is
extracted 1G 17-100 per cenL of sugar. Waiakea
with its powerful three roller and keyed up mill
yielded a possible 11 per cent from tbe cane, the
maceration advanced tho per cent of yield to
about 12K from the cane, and an fwi mm of 13V
per cent to tbe quantity of sugar.
By actual experiment of weight and measure in
1S I onlv about 10 per cent nn thA rnnn wa ntnT.
ized on juice standing 10 V at Kohala, and relia
ble Quotation from best DemarAra tiel.I. r.ni
U) per cent of sugar on tha cane from tbe first
Krmui&g. nuai is exiracteu by toe maceration
or any other process comes from the C per cent
remaining in tha trash and is so much gained
upon former yields-and in those mills liko Mr.
Young's where more than 10 per cent is released
by the first grinding, the gain is not as great as it
would ba where tbafirai mill is not oa powerful.
The G fcZZTTE Of ths :5th has come in and I tint
an articlo signed B. l know not by whom) in
which the trash sent to Waiakea is mentioned.
auuiuyieiuoi:gais.nie ut ine writer bas
not stated tbe whole. It was run dry through the
three roller mill yielding 32 gallons at of B. It
was then macerated with hot water, and passed
through the 2 roller mill yielding 1SJ (gallons of
the diluted joioa at a density of 4 by tho Saccbro
meter. The yi.ld f sugu from tha juice, Isss
anr residiucm of molasses, (slmnld there he. n,i
should be as follows from 32 gallons of juice at
S& weighing 10.G3Ibs per frulon with sugar In
solution, for each pound of juice, I5.CI &GV
lbs;lS2 gallons at 4 density weighing 10.2S lbs
per gallon with sugar in sMutioa for each pound
of juice 07-83, 11G.S7. Total from tho 2000 trash,
2U1.9G lbs. If the juice at Kohala stood at 10f
as in 1S77 then the cane should have weighed 430
lbs, the juice 2271) lbs or 212 iup?rtil gallons and
1077 lbs weight per gallon and IS1 Ibi sugar per
This shosamach lareer increase nrwin the.
aagars from the firt grinding than Waiakea
sugars in the ' FJanter," but it should bo much
larger as the three roller mill is supposed
to release II per cent of theBUgar from the cane
ms;csu. 01 tne 10 per cent 01 tue lighter mills.
There in ty bo clerical errors or errors in corona.
tation in the foregoing, bat I presume it approxi
mates about as nearly to accuracy as any cxperi
menL Where weighing and measuring are not
practice J at every (tags of tbe process, and I am
personally convinced that the double effect for
evaporation and the 5 rollsraud maceration, will
repay every large plantation. Where sugar is not
too low, as long as it can bo made to pay, it
gives a living to large numbers In all depart
ments of human industry, and hence tbe emit
calamity of Its failure and the great impor
tance of utilizing every available improvement
conducive to tbe industry. I am cognizant of the
experiment at Fapiikou, the favorable results of
which tend to confirm my convictions of the value
of tbeimrrovemenL The diminished density of
the juice obttlnod by grinding in Waiakea .3
roller mill was no doubt daa to chemical action in
tho time which elapsed between the grinding on
tha plantations and at Waiakea. Had the trash
been run through a second mill immediately after
it was. delivered from the first it would doubtless
have retained it density, and rendered tha experi
ments till more favorable.
Mr. Young states tha increase in quautity by 1
this process to ba from two lo two and a half tons 1
of sugar to every thirty clanfiers, trithont way j
Jolt, and tho trash famishes sufficient foel for
all mill purposes. In the record of the ten dafs ,
famished to me, I found it to be 16 83 per cent or i
over 16( tons on eviry hundred tons. Tae
economical value of tbe double effect has been
thoroughly tested in saving fuel and lire steam
and it is also credited with increasing the quantity
of sugar by oar most practical men in which they
are probably correct, but which is not so easily
demonstrated as in the matters of fuel and steam
or tha macerating process worked ith tbe double
EprroB Gazette : In a Ute isuo. I noticed that
one of your correspondents hvd been very justly
"grumbling about the state of roads on these Is-
unod, ana mat tue uazette in its usual felicitous
manner, had re-echoed and re-cn forced tho com.
4aiut. Other parors have also gircn some atten
tion to the same subject, so that I hooa I shall be
excused for submitting somewhat new ideas on tbe
It cannot be denied that immense sums bare
been, and are now being spent in Hawaii nei.for
road making or repairing, and that nevertheless,
the state of oar thoroughfares, as a rule, is vile.
Bat if the public are right, and havo every reason
to complain, tbe Government are perhaps net so
much to blame as it uay seem, for I consider .that
one peculianty,one special necessity of tbe country
appears to have always been overlooked by our
administrators, and this is what I wish to call thi ;
attention of the public to.
In a country like thi3, wbero tbe climaticnl
changes tell heavily on tbe roads and where the
materials for rnid-baildiug are of the poorest
quality, roads can be kept in good condition only
uj roNtMHf anu amijf attention.
This is precisely what has never been obtained.
here. Oar road engineers teem to ruaVe a point i
of waiting until a road or a street to well-nigh im- i
passable ; then they go to work and epend a large !
amount of money at once to repair it, Imt after1
that no more attention is paid to the road until it
gets newly into such a deteriorated state that other ,
huge repairs arc again necessary. Sach a system :
might do vjrj well in countries where road super
visors get so mueu percentage on an roaa-wora, as
it is then of their intemt to make it as heavy
Ejssible; but here where tbe roads are supposed to
s kept in order with moneys collected for tbe
purpose in eacuoistnotanu not to be spent out
side, this system cannot fail to work to tbe gen
What is then necessary here is a rrjuar and t jra
temmttt organization ot road-work or more prop
erly of road-keeping. We need a system tending
to maintain tne roaus in constant gooa oraer.
Uoa-U in Europe are generally well kept every
where, and tha English thoroughfares are some
what noted, and justly for their condition, I sup
pose partly on account of tha law wbich allows
anyone ior a small cause to - maict a wnoie rose,
thus forcinc the narish authorities lo extensive re
pairs. Bat it is in France where road-kecping bs
been brought to its perfection, and where its work,
iocs arc most systematic In Franca the roads
are under the special control of the national curia
of engineers, called m'j ft Chnntse$f but out-
stde of t&u nign airccuoa and constant super
vision by men well trained, practically and town
lineally, the work itself U done by competent, ex-
pen en oeu woraers ; ior cveiy mua leogui oi roau
the official appointment is made ot a special
worker or road-keeper, named c tntonnier'regu
atv salaried bv and whose sole dotr
all t A 9ar rtrtnd is to be working on that length
of load allotted to him. whether it needs repair.
AogornoL Tbe consequence of this 13 that Uie
smallest uamage, or wear ana isar,is ioikumicij
attended to, before it bxstime to eolargtaod if
any extraordinary injury is suddenly done to any
special point by wtlT spotils, or other saeh causes
all the neighboring ctatounitn are summoned
out and collected together, and are this enabled,
witboat outside assistance ta a very brief time D
remedy any damage.
Forth sr. these caalonufers are considered as pub
lic servant, under oitb. are enregimented," so
that they are able to p rfonn pa lic dcties, as
special rural polioemen, or as soldier v as the caa
may require. However, even this arstemtlia or
ganixatttfa ot ready workmen, who, spending
their lives in tbe earn a occupation, very soon ao
qoira valuable cxperionci ia ro .d-kMapin. would
be insnflicieat if they had bothm to work with,
vw-JYianlr th t-i-n able naaroleted bv U
equally systematic dotribation ot TvMd-materWs;
always and everywhere provided beforehand, even
if not neede-1, and are distributed ia piles at regu-
tU distances aloa-1 h" kuhh In be Immedi
ately available. It is true thst in Franc public
work j wek the good of a whole generation; here
aaey ara n-uy iQtendM to face somo present nr.
I must further a.ft that imrrato their effect.
treneSS. the Freneh rantAnniers are often.lt not
always, provided by Government, on the side of, or
t un poruon oi ronu tney are nppviweu in,
with a neat small house for them to dwell in with
their families without having to go too faraway
irom uieirwotk. r
daced with success even here. Is attest d by the
fact that since l?79.dateof tbe annexation, the
French hare applied their "eantounier system
in Tahiti, where all the cantonnicrs now are "Ka
nakas, at they are called there, and the result of
cally administered are simply beautiful.
I think that II -rAnl.l ha a trond thine in nnt an
and to the eternal and just complaints ot the pub
lic about our roads for the Government, it at all
animated with progressive and specially rrmmkl
ie"aw lUKtuoy tue laoiu.ui nnu uianairaeui mm
introduce here sach features as might prove rrac
tioable. Tber wnnid thus, not onlv asnr a irood
permanent condition of our roads dot also procure
a constant, thouga not naru empiovment. ana pro
ride a home for many a poor native Hawaiian,
who could also be made to help in poltcedutiea and
be called upon, if required for tba protection ot
the Kingdom, to swell the army, and lb is last
consideration will certainly not be lost upon such
of our ministers as pay ao mach attention to our
I think I could answer any objection againt this
proposition, which, anyhow, if not immediately
practicable everywhere, or if not found economi
cal everywhere, would at least constitute an im
mense improvement for the public as well as a
boon for tne regular road-keepers, around Hono
lulu where the roads bare to stand tbe most traffic
and require tbe moot constant attention; and
surely, it does not require nrseli knowledge of
arithmetic to shjw that the money which is, under
the present svstem, spent every year in huge re
pairs and sudden, intermittent cartage of stone
anu atrt wouia maintain nappy an toe ronu-Keeper
lieccssary for insuring us good roads.
Bat enoacn ousroads for to-day : at some future
data.it vou allow, I may havo something more to
hay on tue matter. a. aiicyuts.
Dividend Notice !
1UVIDKX1) OF OXi: DOfiliAIt
IX per thare will be paid to tbe Mockhotdera of tbe
.trfrm. Castle A Cooke, amenta In Hanelala.
1'aU. Mirth Sth. 1?S3.
. M. WALMI. Treaiarer.
IMIi: TTXl)KItSIf:VKl II VYIVf!
X. been appointed Administrator of the Eitata nf
ik late Cant. Joseph M.Oskreqa"" all thes 1b-itrbtedtorafdet-tate
lo make Imtnedlate payment to
aim, ami an panica naTina ciairaa aainn aaiu ra
lata maaltnreent tha urnn. with tha timm-f innrhHi
ItUcbx'O. within tlx montba from the Mate hereof or
tney win dc lorever narrea. j, 31. OAT, J IE.,
Administrator EtUteor J. M.Uat, hr.
Honolala, March Mat, 1Q. VK& it
PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY
D1LLINCHAM A CO. AND SAMUEL NOTT,
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, Paints.
Oils and Varnishes.
Howe FarnltMn? tiooda, btfvet, Rangra. Tjnwsrr,
Lamps and Chandelier. Kerosene Oil and
lvSS (leneral JIerchandle.
During my absence from the Islands,
MR. JAS. MORGAN
Will uke Cbarce of my
Auction and Real Estate Business.
llonolnln. March SIM, I jss.
Mortfrasee's Notice of Intention to Foreclose
otici: is uni:i:nY Gm:x
Ja that paravantto a power of vale contained In a
certain mortgage deM, dated the llth day of January,
1NM, made by IL I". Parker of Honolala, Itland of
Oahn, to A. J. CartwrlshL Admlnutraloref the Eitate
01 It, . Holt, deceaed. ot the same place, of reenrd
in the office f the Reciilrarof Conrryancca In Liber
i, on pa;rs 1x0.191 ami 19. and for a breach of the
condition tn tald mortgage deed coetained, lo wit:
The non-payment of lnterer, that all and iln-ttlar the
Iinda.tenementa and hereditament in laid mortgage
iktd contained and described, will, after tbe time
iiuutn vj nn,vs wiiti ai i-nouc Anciion. ou accoani
the condlitona as hereinbefore mrntlooetl.
The property tn Fatd mnrt-tze described being plto
aie at Katttnikaplli, In llonolnln aforerald, and eon
illlllnir Ti fathom and helm iho asm nrpmlif.
conveyed to a!d IL P. Parker by deed of J. Z. Walan,
vi rr-vvru in uner on pace as. anaxn.
(blgned; A. J. CAUTWKIUHT,
Admr. Et. It. W Holt.
Cam, Kaowv, Atioiney for Mortsagce.
Dated HonelBln. March Sib, P3. 10H It
SURF BOATS FOR SALE
J. A. DOWER & Co.
Havo for file a nnmberof anrf boats tiowlnconne
ifeonatnictloa from 2H to 7 tont bnrdeo or ,S to SS
ft-et lontr. of hleh one can he een atthe KntrmrUe
Mill. Thee buata are butltwlth bet oak timbers ot
ne piece, rnnnlng from gnnwale to gnnwale, and onlj
'S Inches apart! they are conseqacntly Hchter ana
eaaler handled thauthoveof any other build, local or
Havine Imnravrd fadlitlea for hnlhlln atnall rrart
from 1 W 15 tone, drcked or olhernlae. on the twnt
tliufctf priieiple. and harfnr jnt receif el a Mock of
the best white oak, per Horn in Mar. we are prepared
to build to order lo any given model, or will do a
limited amoont of repairs, or sopptybent timber, for
Dnnliratea nf our Imm t ran Tae farnttheit at a fn
boars notice, when a novlci can put them together.
. nmi 10 j-ianiaiwn Manaeri idi noaci 01 inee
lioata. as tested bv Ci Mains Holland and hmith. hava
proved their aaperlor snrf and large carrjlns capacity.
SALE of STOCK
By o-der of MR. C BCUTLGM NS, 1 will Sell at
Pttbllc Anctton, the
Following Fine Stock
V Half-breed Horse Co!ti. from 1 tnSyre old
7 nalf-hreed Fllley, fronil to Syrs old;
rnll-breed Filler, from S 10 3', yr
3 Mare-brok- lo ialI)e. ro!d,
3 Native Hon"- Colts. Stu t jun oid,
I WAGON HORSE(COOD)
bale to (lie place at 11 LA A. KAUAI, (the Residence
of Mr. Iirrtlrmann. at IS o'clock noon '-harp)
On Saturday, May 2, 1885
rTEUMS CA&n W E H. DEVEItILL,
Ant t Ion err.
11. Tim full Vd ?l.ck an fnim irinnrtr I taar, a
tired by Kins Phillip The hair-bned from rhojrr
Dative mares Mrrd Iy Kin? Phi Hip, a flni- animal In
every ret nee t and hrirlne "od record. IIli color
rich chettnnt. dark polnio 10W 41
A Select Stock
THE. LATEST YET!
Nothing like this in the Market.
Call and Examine for Yourself !
The t-t earner MAHITtA. -tn h.-r la ft trio, browrhl
Vft the Islands the ttet (ectctI Mock ot Ladies',
rhlldrea'a sad Meaf Wear tn 1U1
line ever hrnogbl 'to this Market.
Mr. P. Mclnerney
A Store next to Lycan A Co.s. Yrt Mreet whtre tbe
SDOVV nw can urn sm.
This large Mk Ira been selected wttb treat cart
IB H DOBBt
And Vllt be sold at IMnp rale. Ererythlec that
fcelonsB te a PlrtTs, !ot and bhot tiors
ran be fovnd hrr-
1EEMKUBER THE FLACE.
RFort Street, next door to Lycan & Co.
30 COLONIES" OF BEES!
Slnjrfe or fa Qotntltles ta Salt
98 Per Colony
Lanrslroth Hive the best oMrrsblw fram Hire la
Wse. ty-Apply ti- FARXSH'OKTH.
COR. JfltLKK ANn DEBETANIA STS.
QDcellmrs from t tat: ISfZ: fin. Pert Uffltc
Pox III TeiefXMraeui.
lsrOrdera mayts 1n at the Tastheea
IlOSTCaUk, PBOGBAKHEB, HA5CBKS
. ExpedlUoaily KJocatrdatthHinmeoace
Mtv. U, K VILLI NUll AM baa lattntied. ne te4rr
for iMvats Sale portion rf hit splendid
On Beretania and Bingham Sts.
LOT O.I-1a lit feet front and U feet dp,Uh
a rin Uoase and Ont Bat hit art, SUM, CarrUco
Hosse, Jtc upon It, and ta tha pror-rrtT lately occupied
by Her. J. A. Craiaa. Tha 11 rase Is eomparatlrely
new. Is la tne order and will be epr for iaprttlra
for any person destrlnj to view It. TT vpset rtlee
for thft splendid piece et property will W $jEMk
OnFoulh' Cash, Balance in 1,2 and 3
Years, with Interest at 7 per Cent.
LOT No. 3
LOT No. I
LOT No, 3
LOT No. 7
It 83 ft by 3 ft;
If nfl by SLUft;
U 80 ft by SOU ft;
la i ft by ft;
It IM ft by urt;
pset price. ..
pt priie. . . .
. !, HI
. t.ni fVl
And npon Ihe same terms aa for Lot No. 1, M that
paymenta can be very eiMIr meL
A plan of these lots can be seen at Ihe aactlon room.
The new Tramway, for Mch a Charter was recently
jrrantcd br tha Leclslainre. will brln- thl ITopeny
irlthtn 13 mtnatca of the tt Offlce and will vatnrally
Increase lUralne. We Invite an examination and ta
spectloa of those Lota at they are well sttaated and
E. P. ADAMS.
A1 ATrTKIl T1II& DATU
X all aeconnta will be dae, and counted at tha end
Of Each Month, Instead ot inarterly, as heretofore.
BROWN & CO.
Monol.ln. Mirth 1IV 1 10CU im.
FOIt SALE BV
H.HACKFELD & CO.
ATJSTB, A T.T A Tf
K- FOR SALE BY
H. HACKFELD & CO.
tP- FOlt HALE BV
33H.O W JNT CO.,
Importers and Dralere fa
Ales, Wines and Spirits,
It Merchact Street, opposite the Post Otace,
1017 Honolala, II. I. lj
Executor's Notice !
AIjUCIiAIMS AUAIXSTTIIK KS
tate of tbe tat Kr reread Doctor Samocl Cbenery
Pamon frill be presented to the under tgntd at the
llank of ltlsbop jt Co.. In Honolala, wlttln tlx mohtha
from pnbllcatlon hereof, ur b forever barred. All
moneys owlns to tald Etiale will h paid ta the aader
tlenwl. . M. DAM UN, Eire aloe,
llonolnln. March 13ib, ll-O. lost 4t
AT A MKETIXCi OF Tllh hTOCK
holdrraorthe HONOLULU ICE WOHKS CO
held March Vth, I'M, tbe folhmln onerra went eJect
fur tbe earaln; year.
rreildent H WIMer
Vlee-l'restdent V E Voster
Mana-rf-r. John K Wilder
Secreury A McWajraa
A. McWAVNE. Sentry.
Honolala, March 9tb. 1A juta it
Honolulu Iron "Works Company.
ata Mmrrixo or this com-
ti PANV.held at the efflea of Thea. 11. Ulrica X
Co., on March Wh. law, the followlBC offirtrt wen
elected for tha ensnln; jear, viz:
ITrt Ident Thaw II Dart
Trcasarer Tho lain Walker
Secretary KM Swanay
P. M SWANZT. (Secretary.
llonolnln. March 5th. 1VQ. KCi 41
By X.TOXS & IXVZT,
Regular Gash Sale
On Thursday, April 2nd
At to a an atSalesraexa w oi at AotImsw
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING
ROCKERY AXD .L.VAKI
3rks fair Aamu 9tsaa,
Sets of Buggy Harness
tie Al, to . kw- t ttasijpasaewt"
25 CASES SUPERIOR
Boots & Shoes!
And M erder af ib MinaaL fv maaai f
It may cvareva, ths "task trade aad
Boot & Shoe Manufacturer
One Express Wagon
LYOX LtVtT .WlMnt
No. 92 King Street.
One More tetlctts th- ratrajjr -apr1 af iaw
who far twraty rar karw aad
Van with bias
PlainTalk Pays Always
to mtj ctmnat IfctM. w.mily inm W bttMrt
ia tlr U.d Jnw. I" Itr St.Ur.t .f th. .Mktef
cllf wrt, lad fc. M J tbJl d.flX lfct tlM ft.
rati i. rataij or UmI . ctonrr. Xw m ku iW
pat Vtt biixl t. tft. . m4 1. wW! 1 wtn
lr to Itnkwnt imI w.trr1.L ,m! fur Wh
for Bir;u .r yxl n Ao t. tft, IfanMa. 1.
Imili. UAS ALW VS ON IIAXD
Single & Double Harness
Everything Requisite for the Stable.
A rt 1 1. LIS! trt
English & Sydney Saddles,
Sad41e th- Catik't-.tH SMtff is k
CtrUkAth bRMc4h'uabiake ICftt
BV B. a. ATlA-tt
Tyarar tth Algiisap a BMiiiaTwasas
0a Friday, April 9mL
ENTIRE flETIlt ST0a
l asasfsa; f tm Aaaaaaaaaast mC
BOOTS, SHOES. Ek.
VroTICK I? 1IKKKBT !TK3C
tO. a 4s W isawrrs wsff s L I
Mawkil tassaaJHsMM sw X asM ywm m ta
a; TVl fsai4 tasssf. ttaf t tjs y
ta aiwaaHi sa aaw 1 aaaaHsaaai, -wmm mm-
aatd at pake aalaa, a la Sw mMiaaas a w
lf fss, ajams'Ha' rvpas4 Py tsjasj tasaa WliaffS,
On Moaday, April C, IStf
Al "'Swtta TV anHiiwr a) aas-t
w4 qw taisi una. 1 " t mrnmm
Caanats !"wtrn aa4 yi ilai i . t'sisMK 'W.
: Chasr. Dh. J TaNwa. t rVtamliiii.l sa
Cwt CwsfW a4 rssns. U rm, a-a
lr I !W tlUaaA.ii 11 iiu3Ptas fTiasa.
arrai. tomh nasi fwaiy. Laiw. fcs ww kJ3
una nsy, asian a mmn
W sa l-tBM. HI rSraw-a mmm Tmm. C
SSSatr W WW FWLSJ. W 6?I aaw-
S rr VaaMv rtf a! sssrssia. Mr
Wtaf fac tVaa amp IT
wt a aal tst 1 Cassasa ftw
w ta riiiz.
AB - far ? 1
IlaaMtaaa. tth 9 h. ratA,
c. 1. a . assra,
y sjsaVe s raws TaW a41s awa la
a4e t A Kataas at fca m as; tL awanyl
1 an 11 srft aa rah4lhe aawMaaa
On Thursday. Aprii 9. Mf
Ais Mr AsaMm;
ta KaM n lasliafaa. at
C X O T HINO
ASST. OF GUSSH
fsaweats4 tm4 r - V sw rsa
Toilet & Chamber Stis
sw a jusustwsw
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
OKTIIM UTWIT.jr3 SITATWIS,
No. ISO Droadwny, Now York.
tE-fTABUSnCD IN IJ.
Inara Polictsa aa aft th Wat ffcaaa. aasoaa; abash
are ta be faaal saaa jr aa tie pass arva. raw las Jag S-a
Urea as4 yet la la ather aasaaaalaa. stasia t t
cemfort aad .warily -f lis nLtCT RMlJiEstli
This Caapaaj asay ba alaly aaifaa Usa Flaaasa tat
mostof tho laiportaat lasataaaa ssliaia. aa4 fa t
rrasoat as watt aa saaay aahera, rt as uaajaaeta A
lairrst fearty hasta da by aay ae t sisapoar ta
the worft. Palktea ar both
H0N-F0RFEIT&31E AND INDISPUTABLE
A.u. im 0.11. . . awn
5iri!u - !
(XraTk'Mu4u4) .. I1.IU..5S. T,
XKW A.nritASPM, ,
WUCft aiMM tMLtMt. Wttk
' Audi ..
Tt. m.r. 1.1 .r. mnt r.t i. Im hmt mp
HB ALKX. J ' ARTWHK.HT. ifl
Corporation Notice !
Fcfenitr. a. t.. HVtrilm m m ' m
lHt.'i Ir. mm Hrfmnilw r. , Llnill 1 1.. n
ihtn M tUl ItMttN H4 I
Information Wanted of Michael Nagle
DrrriLo New Yoaa. Febraan ', mi&
TXrOUMATIOX IS 1VANTK1) OF
X MICHAEL NAOLE. who went tn tbe Sandwich
Inlands rlr-ht Teara an. srttHnv thrr and nanal-
hls oernpatlon of sea captain, rrom last report h
waa marrled,and rnaed In the frnit irttlc betnera
the Sandwich I Hands and California.
tVAn Information lecardin- him thai rju t
Circa wilt ba thankfully received by hla bmthrr
1 IKDIA A.1ULC
1U3-I In No im Elk M . Iltffilo, N Y t' r
TTaa Paopla'a lea and RafrIa;rator Cs.
And that al l iwaavatlaa aaaiaa -apon
oewaataeal Itself aaal alass4 aha
J at. a M !
J nhn En. Jr
of saH Charter, ' Ha nli ihbiWsi sfcaU W Ma Ma ft
the debuaf ta CarpasaUoa ssaa4 thaaasaaat ws
saay ba dae mm ttt swsr bars aaM a asa 0
them." A. Ja.
rrhWl aaa liasuaawe
.- -- - . .
. . a aaap1 swasasv
'Pill: l M)KK.M(.KI i KPAIlY
L to Ukc -r . i. .irdi In br.t .tyt af ta tasa
Art and ori tb' ma' f wiW' - aaslitrw wm
ttT l- I A I 'sath's Fart!"
ixpk, IL U LOAAK.
DR. H. JOHNSTONE SPEER
A Regular Graduated Physician of Harvard University
Would most tespectfally inform bia patienU ami th afflicted RenoraUv that La 4ulwwttna ha
that rrocraftmatkm i tho thief of time, na eorue anJ ha LmII 1 It natWa not kal tvwr tmsiblea
may be, come and let tba Dootor examiDa roar ease 1 1 will coat jnQ uothinc for cvtusaiUticab, sa
inriiw cm auu rviu-tj jtmraciTm wneioer tue ioeior onoeritanut your oaar. 11 u can vsxv jam as
will tell yon so - If not, be wilt tell yon that, for fas will not undertak ca ulswbi M e4.iei af
eaeximR a enre.
Dr. H. Jolinstone Speer is a Specialist
For all Nervous Disorders, From Whatever Cause They May be Brought on.
There ire roarjTfjf the are of thirt to .fitvvho .r. maSeriuo ttiMmlvtot tfMUj
rrostmtlon end n weAkratnE of the srstttn ta & minuet the, cantHt Moat lor. Ibm er. wmmj
mtn .ho die of thi, difflcaltr. hroonnt of the caa. Dr. H. vlU in.rialM , t.rfMt eer. in eB mat
eases, end a complete restoration of tbe phjiiclel and Derroa, imrt.
OKF1CK 1I0UI1S-9 to l: 1. m, I h 1 nj C to B r K. SanJljl, from 10t.ll e. . oalr
Consultation Froo. Thorough Examination and Advlco, SB.
rsr a.n or iitm dil ic jousrrrpsE sfeer,
ior.'. No. ZJ llerttioi FUet, tieir .Voiuni 8treet.Hanot.lfc
JUST RECETYED !
EX STEAMER ALAMEDA:
Etoyt's German ColoRno,
STANDARD PHARMACEUTICAL PREPARATIONS FROM
. PARKE. DAVIS & CO.. DtTROlT, MICH.
Vanity Fair Tobacco and Cigarettes
From Kimball & Co., Rochester, N. Y.
O-olden Cupid Tobacco
FROM P. LORILLARD & CO., NEW YORK,
AT HOLLISTER & Co.'s.
SATURDAY. AP1IL IStk
4. m t - aaaa "mm
Two Certain Lots
tat awb aaa.
ON BERETANIA STRICT
tff aasas Ha a-tsa a, a aaa Wt ka
Isaaawa. aaW Ta - 4
9 e..af ra. n. t. twe.
rm4 7t4mmg mmm .
I 1 mm w m f 11 1 c
!. 1 I X mm
twh ..! m m-.
AUCTIOH SALE Of
VALUABLE LAMBS !
.er, ' v rWtw, ji tl W J, ' '
Honday, April 27th. 1S5
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