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ttOKOVLV, APHtL 8, 1W5,
n n drprwwd. very muck ao, and to chronicle
Hi" 1ndr notlcntblc during the past wnV
Hoi litlk e-Wt n tfef part of either whole;?
m man Biftrawau. TUe time and attention of hot!
a- imi mmlly law been occopictl darinc tbe
in we mfrmacmeK or acrotmu and
from the ftlowneai with whtcb payment are made It is
cum inai lamtT ie uenMeflB in the money market.
.reraweatt tfeCTacwaineoccd u eeve at Hit snlatiL.
rumor cxsiMnmm aaciiu a4vertiffinc and prfntlfae
btttKatMCMd rarne prevent, vtmc siigni relief r
pracWMd - hk wmnao ananaeteon aconnt
in enabled to nlace 7AJ0of namlin
Bonds, bait taw jwrcbaeer 1 not mentioned.
Tbe pretiaatavarT ansnireinewta for Uw etabnhni'nt
r . a aavtac bank, of which and
Irvrta are the bead and front, have been conwlcted. tb
dnfNwiwrt belac ecnrrd by the piactnt; of $HHt 01
lUvartan Bond. In the haad of of fltat
The bank open far baatac 09. the 15th inst
Taw Miipoa ta dae to-day front ban Fnncleeo with
mall date to the 1st
Tate followlnc tabic, prepared by Collect en era 1
laake and hi aeafaUats nboarc the exports of the
couury fir the nmrter endrnx March mat, 148, ako, a
rnaapanaoo between that xner and the one of Nice the
Unf in ISM Br this coanaatrkaon we learn that the
4inaaenU I aobiitt, pawy. rice, coat aklna, aide,
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PORT OF HONOLULU.
API T-Am Alliance. XeKenna. from S fno
7 -Am urn Era. Wilknan, from HmntoMt
! -O 8 S Alawaa. SIott, for San FraadKi.
bktae KrlktUt, Catler, tor l'ert
r Am but CoatMio. CaaelDC, for ban l'rn
4-Br sklLady UMpaoa, Jtanton. for !u 1 n
wk tV Cape llar 1'lgron. Kelly, Jot trawe
VohcIs in Fort,
Aiu bktst' Karaka. Lee
Am ateam blttae Morulne star. Dray
Nor chip Imperatar, Hole
Am d.r W Katoii. Eochcli
Am im Eva, IHiknan
Am Mm wh Alliance, XeKeuna
t m baa FkjkIsco, vet Alameda. A)irll l-,! bap at
Miri n.CH ban rice, V bneha mmanas , 1W Mlf
.nir cane. SXbdl cram hides. 1 1 bu bolcl learce. a
(irr hiao. 8 bdta jnat i-tint. i Mb rlieeti sklnr. IV pic
i iprem matter, ferelcn valor. SS.US 1:
liomentc ralor, JIWi4 7(1
For Son Fraaciaao. per niKSTer'. April 1- II, XD W or
.usar.Scr perfamery, HS bbls Mhalctal. domestic tal
fM.r: itaaihlpped, J1S.K 10.
For San Francisco, per Connc'o, April J-T,?W baRp
-or valae, J4S,S 4.
For San Francisco, per Lady Laml..on. April 4
ixm Uap. sturar; domntlc value, J:t M
From llarnakaa. C R Dlrhop. April
WronsMon. Mrs M Mabelona and daaghter.
For lUmakoa, per lalani April 1 T 11 Keyworth.
For Maoi and Hawaii, per W 11 Hall. April
Fnllr. Mlf KeHejr, Jo. 11 J JlcCoy, A K
t C Lowrev.
Mi.- Lerl. W F Itor. U Jones, Mrs J Allan. t .
Fv Sao PranclKO. per Alaroeda.'April 1 A llapper,
l apt li II Loce and wife. Mla K W .Morris. Ml A t;
ku.lin. E X Preston, wife and son, M L Marsh. Mrs J
W Pratt. Mrs O A WalVam and child, 1' Saxr and wife.
Vt F M Cheea. rrot F Wayhnd and wlte. Mrs A
su.ll. 8iv K McKcnaie. J Rabensteia, E 1' Adams. W"
A Johuatoa. Mrs U H Woed and child, A F Ellis, wire
and : ehUdrea. C Walsoa. Z K Mayers. C C Coleman.
Mrs F W Dckneek. J Slloa. W Cnlnbert. wife and
cnlldrm. 1 Jletialre. J Howe, VT K Xeasles, J Seelcy.
E C Wlnsloa, C S Lane, X Chase.
For San Francisco, per Discover, April 1 -Colonel
NorrK 1 A XcXIIUn. wife and child. 1 Kllen.
For Port Townsend. per KlikiUt, April SE Ward.
For San Francisco, per Consoclo, April a C Mars.
For San Francisco, per Lady Lampson. April
l'a; Ubbcrt Gardner.
Fnon namakaa. perLehu. D T.iylor,
II C Aastin.
I mm Kaaal. per Fluter. April 5-Hrs C II Bishop.
I P Auersacn, W Ed BriRstokr. Br Herbert, Auana.
Flu,. Xa and Molakal. per LlkeUke, April 4-VT 11
umailnc. wife and child. H sheMen and vrife, Hon
J h ll.unoa. A K Knaalakea, S Lederer. P Kapano. O
II French. E at ICalsh. C B Horljrar, Xlsi Harris, Mr
Aii. inn Kspn
From Hawaii and Maul, per Klnan. April 4-F 1"
Hcdacld. H Heen,
J l.oncLrr. W X bcrlbner atd wife. Miss M Lorintina.
. LWrieht. wife and child.
t m Xolokal and Mant. per LikcUkc, April C-Mrs c
t art,?. Mrt Hanks and child, M I) Moasarral, Thos E
onkr. Pro Xichael, Bra Henry. H Kapn. J C Hsunua,
J I strxmr. J Travernler. Jd rlco and wife, O French.
- X Tripp, B Sheldon, vrilc and child.
A! llamakoapoko. Nam, March lh, 1985, to the
oifrof Mr. James Cowan, a daagnter.
In thW city Xarch nth. IMo.to the wife of Kobcit
Cation, a son.
Martu&r? Report for Mnrcb. 1885.
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Use above wit nasi rouMcaU.
AnWMJua ran nsk MHM tar Kamtk. a 3D
torn H Baown. Afeat Hoard of Health.
SIOKKBSS IS TUE IrOLlOWTNO SCHOOLS
THE XONTH OT MARCH. 185:
ScAoors.l Sid. ir A'sftse,s Cemtag of
rrTrinSHCboSrt : m T"
rnaakala Sckoot .. iwi I i
St AOsWsUatlect . a
Mchnlar !, thrv nr more consrratire davs on
attaint or sldtness or aiirsrai sicimcsw
The GniettoV Hilo Letter.
EwroE have fairly good laws,
oath special and Brral, ret to tuor working
rami) of them ban prncticaUv become i dead let-tar
n many parts of tbe Island". Vie hnea
robibttorv law agninat fiabing with giant rjtjjrder,
et ey little while m hear of a native or
losing bis band, or injuring
by cnraleas handling of the tboo esdoaive.
L . ' . . a ah.!.. i 1.1. kiwi K.
Mooidon. while fitning with Giant powder on
Uie oonat. Panawards. I understand qaite a
uamber of natives do most of their fishing with
It bas been qrseationed whether we need another
sntoor here, na it is we have it is said, over
twenty, where drinks can be had quite as easily as
little bck room for the imbibing, to escape the
watchful eve of the law. Uperuw or no license
Kqaor is Maily obtainable in HiVo aa
it always thos?
Another sign f the degeneracy of the time,
the natives is the extremely, railed
mu whiob they have been dnftine.
religious aSaln. Serrices, or ratfcer rites are
lseing bold semi-weekly and in some rarts almost
slailv at vsrioos points in and aboot town, rn
wtuch chruuanitv and paganism are atraxigely
eonmingled'. the old benthenish rites with Bib-
ta.J,inna lilt WMntj to another Dfled.
The monthly social was held at Mrs. Kenbedy s.
t Waiakea. on Tuesday last. In spite of the distance
and threatening cloud a pleasant company
uf HBoiles gathered there and bad a social good
lioae. A runaway team enlivened one youths
durin" the evening, though no serioos
Sveltj uf entertainments r,a
in tbe way
m A ing rain cloud JJt?
tbe number of
.ev ling will
,n.,nntUfsuSarcane consumed pro-'
.!,, f -. the price of sugur quite pereeptiWj.
lino j - inJulgedin. .,-.
ll - ,tiil c lUlmne M 1P. . "?
iiiloi , ,, certaudyexia'.ns.W "
pr ivni,ts on Ptont, Waianueune, Bridge, aiw
i"l ' 17r , . mclioeJ to l dry; cloudy
wind has been
- " I ' -i .unl showers.
' - ' ,... fresh iMin the Sot""1"
RS '" COMMERCIAL. , 1 ISLAND LOCALS.
Bomitlf ol spriDK irmUwr.
The rash ot the lCollr CoMter' ir mm henrd to
There in Mother rohetse on baud tu Ixioni the
Uavniian bon. she
The big AUH halt been and u no ing
named the . Amlir "Urelr."
The eehool sMMren are eniayiuR tbeir apnuK baa
TaoaHon. Meh end on the it Ui inat.
" Old babacrrbet " t informed, that anonymoas
oontrHnrlom are not noticed bj the Girrnr.
The principal circulating mtJioui darinc the fith
nrt of the week was paper quarterly bills.
M. D. Motnarrat. of the Sorvey expedition tor
Motokai left by the Ukrlilt on ilondoy afternooc.
The Cwtral l'ark nkaling rink opened to
poblie for the find time on the etemnc of the
Xow that the Lenten Maon U over the rootto the
the reat of tbe year will probably le Mon with
Tbe baric .mfy mhmw sailed for San Francisco
the 14th inst, with "725 tone of mgar rataed at
The 1'. M. S. K. Autism i doe from the
en route to Stn Francisco, on next binder,
Tlie 'af terfilow' baa pawed nway for the preaent. the
will be a matter of .interest to note the date of is
Mra. WallaoeV select ecliool for RirU. Xanana
Arenae will ressme its session niter the holidays
Monday, April 1Kb.
St. AlbanTs Collece dosed on Ttmrbday for tLo a
faster Vacation. Oaha Collet, and lnuauon of
dosed on Friday. was
The O. S. S. Marijmm will be Cue, at litis iiort. J.
from Ban Francisco, at noon to-day. bringing
mail and news dates to tbe 1st inst.
Tbe 0. S. S. Alameda sailed for San Francisco
Ibe 1st inst, with a large nnmbcr of cabin and
eteerace passengers and f nil frcicbt.
Tbe directors of.tbe Waimonalo Sagar Co. Lave
declared a diiiJeud of $5 per share, payabli' at
office of Messrs. liackfeid ti Go.
ltamor has it that one of the liquor licenses on
Maal lias been cranted to J. D. Marlin and one on
Hawaii to T. C. Afong and Geo. lleckley.
The Koloa Sugar Co. aJiertiw a dividend of
$UV per stiare payable immediately. A share of
this Company, last quotation, was $1,000.
Opinm, at retail, is now higher in price than it
basbeen for tbe lakt i years, $17 per tin being
the local price; on Kauai $25 per tin u asked.
St. Albans College will re-open for Ihe midsum for
rner term on ADril 13. l'upils desiroas of entering 300
apply to the l'rincipal, Alatau T. Atkinson.
Tbe 1 2&0 reward offered for the detection of the
parties said to have taraicred with the wires of
tbe Uawalian Bell Telephone Co.,tas not yet been
called for. to
Tbe llotel is not as-well filled as it was before
tbe departure of the Alamnla. tbcro now being
many an acning vmt 10 iuu jiauner, wiuiiu
mat pataual mansion.
J. A. Dower & Co. manufacturers of surf boats,
present various points well worthy tbe consideration
of plantation agents and others, in tbeir advertisement
in this issi c.
There was in cry small attendance at tuo b.ind
concert last Saturday. Decorating the various
churches was occupying a number of tbe ladies:
besides the weather was showery.
Heavy rain all through Friday. Tbe streets put
tbeir usual ooat of mad. The condition of the
side walk between the Jlniraimu office and
store was simply disgraceful. on
The VJ. S. S. Hartford is now daily expected and
will probably arrive during tho coming week, from
the South. No definite information bas been received
relative to ber late movements-
To-morrow is tbe anniversary of tbe close of
the American civil war, by tho surrender of Gen'l
llobert E. Lee to General U. S. Grant. April 'Jib,
lb65. How old some of ns nro getting to be.
'Hie Odd Fellows of this city intend to celebrato
tbe anniversary of tho first formation of the organization
in tbe United States. April LtJtli, lSltf, on At
the ?7tb, inst., by a grand ball nt Music Hall.
Dividends by various corporations are making
tbe hearts of stockholders clad. Daring the week
past C Drewer & Co. and the Hawaiian Agricultural
Co., have enca declared dividends payable
Thanks to Mr. Mel lis for tbecakoof niileaeucd
bread, which found its way to the Gazettc office.
The Jewish brethren are celebrating the Passover To
Vhaa hammazotli and do not forget tbeir Christian be
On the 31st nit. auctioneer Adams sold to James
Uenton SO shares of stock of tho Union Mill Company.
Tbe purchaser paid ?C2u each for IS shares '
and $000 each for 2 sbaree, a total of $12,150 for
tbe 20 shares.
The Honolulu Slock nnd Bond Exchange has been
quiescent for some months past. Considering
that tho present, might aptly bo lermedUho "dividend
season,11 now would seem tho tlroo for the
company to harvest. f
Good Friday was Aery noticably observed in this
city, besides being a Government holiday, tbo bank
and a large number of business booses closed
doors after noon. Tbe Hag at the Italian Consulate
Two of the three enns. offered by tbo Honolulu
Yacht and Boat Club as prizes in tlio atiuatio con-
teats on the SSth nit., have been presented to tbe iu
Myrtle Boat Club, crevs of which wero winners in
both six-oared races.
M. Mclnernv is again in tbo field with a fine
showingof goods, embracing tho Waltham watch cs,
cold and silver: fine iewelrr. furnish at
ing goods, and the best stock of boots and shoos to
be xoonu in Honolulu.
Tbo April term of the Supremo Court was convened
on tbe Gtb inst, Judge Austin on tbe bench. to
Tho first case placed on trial was that of
charged with larceny, Antone ltosa Esq,
appeared for the Government.
On tbe 15th inst, a new savings bank,
said to be eeenred by a deposit of $200,003
in Hawaiian Bonds, is to bo opened in this
city, 'lire Attorney -General l'anl Aeumann, will
probably be the legal auviser ot tue new institution.
Tbe "Kapiolani'' boat club is again making an
effort to obtain a reputation, as it already lias a
name, and members bavo concluded to begin act-ire
training in tho near futuro preparatory to
an attempt to bat He for the championship medal
on November 2Stb.
Tho bi-weekly drills of the "Honolulu llifles"'
tendto advanso tbe "raw-recruits" well along in
the school of tbe soldier and on tho initial parade
of the company, probably Decoration day, Captain
Aldrich hopes that bis men will make a pre
Peter Johnson, a 'prisoner doing sentence for
having opium in possession, became missing en
tbe morning of tbe 1st lost., and tho authorities
suspect that he left tbe country in one of the sailing
vessels. However they bavo offered a reward
of $25 for bis recapture.
A German correspondent from Kauai sends the
following item of news: "Germany will annex
Hawaii you will see what happens.'- Tbo Foreign
Office should look into this. A detective
should be deepalclied at onoe to look after tbe
German residents of Kanai.
Tbe obampious of the Myrtle and Honolulu
clubs will probably 'lay ou tbeir oars' until
the 28th of next November, which. Jailing as
it does on a Saturday, will give an opportunity
for all classes to celebrate the anniversary
of the Independence of Hawaii.
The branches ot vines, bard and knotty, which
overhang the fence of itbe premises occupied by
Sam Maikai, on Nnnanc street opposite the residence
of tbe Minister of Finance, should be re
moved by lha police if by no one else, being detrimental
to tbe safety of pedestrians.
Vosemite Skating Kink, nnder the mtnagement
ol Mr Wall, lias proved so much of a success, the
patronage bestowed Ixa'tic liberal in the extreme
and of a select kind, that the manager, to add to
the comfort of bis patrons, finds it necessary to
enlarge the rink, which he will do immediately.
Captain Aldrich of tbe 'Honolulu KifW in
vested a portion of the company funds in a contribution
towards obtaining a portiait of His Maj
esty. He was successful in bis efforts and the por
trait, a taiuuoi uaeneas ana arusucnny pntmeu,
will be displayed upon the wall of the oominny armory.
lite reading room of the Library Association on
the north west corner of Hotel anil Alakea streets,
is receiving a fair share ol the public patronage,
the special facilities offered to those desiring books
on music, literature, art or science, becoming
daily better known and, as n conseqoenee, appreciated.
Judging by the leilerof a "hick rnivi" recently
published in a contemporary, that body of
must useful citiaens find themselves possessed of
an ' enemy." Gathering from the context, it
that the enemy is the public War 13 evi
dently declared but can the unfortunate foe be
fleeced more than be is already.
Considering thai Major Ilosa lias been detailed
to the duty of Crown prowcuting officer it might
be rrtinently asked what are the Attorney General
and tbe Deputy Attomey General engaged at?
atost ptoyaoiy in we onerous uniiee ui untwiuK
their fat salaries, and thus tending to reduce the
volume of silver in tbe treasury!
The week past, ending on tbe 4th iust, bns been
observed bv tbe Christians of tbe community as
Holy Week' and a stricter attention to religious
duties ha been notieoable. Holy Week is special
ooneectated lo the commemoration o( the Passion
of tbe Redeemer in tbe gardes of Gethsemane
and appropriate services have been held in all of
tbe local churches.
Kapena pool is tabooed to bathers, and a space
an rmrmdinr tbe favorite lavatory is now enclosed
by a wire fence. Saperintendent Wilson's theory
that the pool is supplied by springs,Tiside f rom
the usual water-flow, proves to lie correct, and
the natural and continuous supply thus obtainable
baa been rractieally utilized in increasing
tbe water sapper ot me ciiy.
April 1st. as "All Fool's day" was passed very
quietly, tbe Ministers did not bold a reception, as
was expected ; yet quite a number of people visited
tbe P. M. S. S. wharf In the early morning to
view tbe whales, said to be on exhibition, and a
select lew, including two newspaper representatives
and some Government officials, waited patiently
'or the log Alrri to start on the Diamond
A lad named John Lancaster while
Uichard street, near Berelania, on the etenin.;of
tie 1st iust. wis run into by tbe horse of a rapu'.iv
driven express and knocked down, receiving v
severe cats about tbe bead besides some be y
Tbe driver otthe express whipped up
bis horse and escaped identification. Ihe lad
was removed to the Hospital where he received
the attention of Dr. McKibben and assistants and
it iow doing well. Tbe atndicd neglect of the
Dor ntv Marshal, in nut having the numbers dis
tinctly placed npon cipre) lanterns, aided the
rascally tinrer in concealing ms laeruuv.
Tue Cuifiarinii is ontside this morning, as we go
press, 24 days from San Francisco.
The Steam 'Whaler J H,o arrived in port
IB dava f mm San Francisco. On arrival
was placed on the Marine Hailway for adjust the
A rlcat and convenient calendar of the Supreme
Court oanes to be Disposed of at the April Term, the
been prepared by W. Foster, Esq- tbe Clerk. we
Tbta will be of great convenience to the legal fraternity.
The Adrtrtiper states that the lepers at the of
hospital wire tbe recipients of a feast on
Inst, at which the Attorney General was
to a secondary position. Why did not tbe be
projectors extend tbeir charity and include the
lepers at Molokai. Already the political ball is
The hammer which Mr. E. I'. Adams the auctioneer, It
haa so deftly wielded in the past, baa been
laced temporarily in the possession .of Mr. James
lorgan, tbe polite and attentive book-keeper of
firm. Tbe maiden sales of the new auctioneer
were made daring the past week, tbo results being
rjoite successful, both to tho patrons of tbe
and the seller of wares.
Colonel Iankea, Collector-General of Customs,
daring tbe jiast week, beenmakingsomedesir
able changes in the interior of tbe Custom Home,
which will greatly add to thn convenience of those
having business with the 'department, and also to
neatness of tbe office, how nil that is needed
for liie Minister of the Interior to order the oat
of the building to be thoroughly repaired and
painted to make It one of the finest Gorernm'iit the
And now another Itichmond appears upon the
field of local volunteer companies tbe latest being
native association which lays claim to the title
the "Queen's Own." A preliminary meeting
held at tbe office of tbe Chamberlain on the
evening of tbe Gin, inst., S3 members present, nnd To
L. N Uipa was elected n lent captain. Resolutions
were passed that the company enroll a n
Tolanteer infanty company and a committee was
appointed to make application to tho proper to
The Central l'ark skating rink was well filled on oar
Monday evening by an audience which bad assembled
towitnessalOmile Bkating match. Tbe contestants
were numerous and daring tbe contest many
laughable mishaps occurred. Tho result of tho the
rA3e ,as announced by the judges, Messrs. Wise
man, Wray Taylor and George Markham is, Willie
Lucas first, Dick Davis second Willio White third,
Hartmann fourth, 6. Monsarrat fifth. The
timekeepers slate the 10 miles were skated in S3
Tbe teachers and pupils of the llilo Foreign
School held a most enjoyable picnic at Coconnut
IslAnd on Wednesday, March Ho.
Tbe schooner Anna, Capt. MacDongal. left llilo
San Francisco March 2Sth with 370 tons sugar,
tons from llilo Sugar Co. and 70 tons from tbe
Waiakea Mill Co.
The many friends of Mr. S. L. Coan of llilo
will be rejoictd to learn that be has so far recovered i
his health as to bo able to be about town and
attend to some matters of business.
The monthly social of the Hilo Foreign Church
was held at the house of Mr. C. C. Kennedy at
Waiakea, on Tuesday evening, March 31st. There
vvas a good attendance and n most enjoyable time.
The brig lluzanl, Capt. Goodman, sailed from
llilo on Friday, March 27th for San Francisco on
with full freight of sugar, 370 tons, being 250 tons
from Waiakea Mill Co. and 120 tons from Launa
A runaway at Hilo is a rare thing, yet there was
one on,Tueday evening of last week. As one of an
tue carriages ol utio was returning lrotn Air. Kennedy's
on Tuesday evening to Hilo for n second
load of passengers, the driver stopped to relight to
the lantern under the carriage. Ho had just taken on
fie lamp from tbe lantern when the horse started
a rapid rate for home. He kept tho road and no
on reaching home doin no damage. Several
parties on horseback and in carriages wero
obligod to clear the road in a hurry to allow tho
dnvcrless horse and carriage to pass.
TTio Easter Serrices. of
Last Sunday, being Easter Day, special services
were held in all the Churches.
THE SOMAN CATHOLIC CATHUlItAL.
Mass was celebrated at C and 7 o'clock n. in., nt
which there were a large number of communicants.
10 o'clock a High Pontifical Mass was celebrated,
tbe Bishop of Olba being the celebrant,
assisted by Fathers and ltaymond. Tho
Baud of tbe St. Louis College, nnder the leadership
of Mons. Chas. Michaels and Brother or
was in attendance, and played with great
taste, showing admirable training. of
Tbe Choir sang beauiifolly: the music chosen
was Mor. irt'H 12lb Mass. The Gloria, Qui lotlie and
ItieariitttuK Eel, being especially worthy of notice.
Father Lcnore is due great credit for the caro
has bestowed upon tho singers. After Mass, 21
infants and 23 adults were baptized. In tho afternoon
5 children and adults were confirmed. The
congregations wero very largo at all the services.
ST. ANDEEW'S CATnEOBXI
This Church was beautifully decorated for the
occasion. Tho screen, which bad been decorated
under tho superintendence of tho Qneen Dowager,
presented a varied mass of flowers, lei's, ferns nnd
palm leaves. On tbo Altar were vases containing
whito flowers. Tbo pulpit appeared n perfect
bank of wbilo roses, daisies and the most delicato
cm fronds. Tho daisies carried ono's mind off to
those "meadows preen with daisies pied" that we
all should like' to see again: it wasn touch of
home, a memory of tho past. Tho font was also
prettily decorated with white and colored flowers,
and ferns: n largo floral cross surmounted its
At 0:30 a. m. there was a celebration of the Holy
Communion in Hawaiian, tbo Kcv. A. Mackintosh
officiating. At 7:30 tbe same rite was administered
English tbo Uteuop of Honolulu officiating.
Both services weie choral and wero well attended.
The morning service, in nativo commenced at 9:30 is
m. A large congregation was nrosent. Tho
Itcv. A. Mackintosh preached on tho Resurrection.
Tho regular morning service iu lglish look placo
11. Every seat in tbe Church was filled and
many were unable to obtain admittance. Tbe
services which were choral, were conducted by tho
llev. G. Wallace and tbo Kcv. A. Mackintosh.
The Bishop preached a abort sermon appropriate
the occasion. Among the visitors present at
this 8crvico was his Majesty tho King. Immediately
after morning service there, was a celebration
of the Holy Communion. Tho total number
of communicants at all tho serrice9 was ICO. Hie
afternoon service for children wero under tho
charge of tho llev. G. B. Simeon, during ibis service
the llev. A. Mackintosh, baptized 11 infants.
In tho evening tho Kcv. G. B. Simeon, continued
his scries of Mission Services and Sermons, which 2
have been carried on throngbout Holy Week: bis 3
concluding sermon of the scries being "Tbe resurrection
of the Body." 9
AT THE UETHEL.
Like the other churches, tbo interior of tho
Bethel Church and vestry snowed the handiwork
of fair members of the congregation, tho bright
array oi ueauuiai uowcrs, whose odor iiiicu tuo
entire sanctuary, intertwined, with wreaths and
vines oi greenery, presented a welcome greeting to
tbe Easter festival. The exercises were especial,
and wero attended by largo congregations both nt
morning and evening services, liev. E. C. Oggel
preached tho morning sermon from tbo text,
llevelatir.il, Chapter 1. Verse 18. "Inw he that
livetb and was dead: and, behold I am alivo for
evermore.'' The evening service was one of song
nnd story of tbo ltesurrection of Christ, n cantata
especially arranged for the occasion being snug
b) children of the congregation, an address by tho
pastor, singing of Easter Hymns and the illumination,
by Hie placing of golden letters thereon, of a
beautiful floral cross which occupied a prominent
position nearthonltar. The services were brought
to a close by a resume of the lifo of Christ by Key.
Mr. Oggcl, and the vocalization of the final bymns
oy choir and congregation.
FOOT STBEET C11UCCTI.
Tbe interior of Fort Street Church was, as is
usual at tbo feast of Easter, beautifully decorated
with flowers and palms, those of last Sunday however,
surpassed anything that had been previously
attempted. Ihe pnlpit plitform and choir gallery
wero ornamented with bouquets, inscriptions,
wreaths Ac forming a beautiful foreground to
the charming background of fair choristers
wbo lifted their toucful voices in praise of Christ's
The looming .terviccs, conducted by Pastor
Crazan, brought old and young together, tho Sunday
school children mingling their sweet voices
with the elder members of the congregation in the
choral exercises. Pastor Crazan preached the
morning sermon taking for his text "Now is Christ
risen frcra the dead and become the first f raits of
them that slept" Cor. 1, Chap. XV verse 20.
Tbe evening service was most elaborate in point
of the musisal arrangements tor the occasion, an
augmented choir, with several instrumentalists aiding
to heighten the effect of the service of song,
l'ahtor Cruaan delivered an argument on "certain
nnexplainablc parts connected with Easter." The
closing choral exercises were engaged in by all
present and with a spirit that indicated the feeling
ol j y with which the assembled Christians
voiced the glad.Ua6ter bymns announcing "Christ
Tho Silver Question.
Eurrou Gazette: You ask! "Does any ono deny
that gold is less variable In value than is silver?"
Ti is enrninh to nrove that cold is 20 rer cent.
higher uoes it was in 1SG0, and that silver bas
tbe Barao value. Stilitrdaif J'reee, Jan. lOlli, I860,
arliole: Protective Tantf by S.N. Castle, says:
KtnralRfiOthe aversce decline in the cost of all
the necessaries of lite has been ID J7 per cent.
Till dscllne in the cost of all articles of living (is)
taken from the tables published in connection
with tbo late speech of Col. "V. M. Grosvenor, before
the Union League of Philadelphia. Tbe
articles of livelihood represented in tbo tables are
110 in number and embrace, apparently, every,
conceivable thing required for man's necessities
while a few, such as meat, spirits and tobacco, are
a little higher now than in 1800, the average cost
ot tbe whole is now 19.37 per cent. less. And silver
is at 13 per cent discount, or its price expressed
in gold is 18 per cent less. A pound of silver
will buy as many "articles of living" now, as it
did in 1SC0, but a pound of gold will buy 20 per
cent. more. That is gold rose 20 per cent, in price
and silver has kept in old steady value. Gold is
pmduced in surface washings, new
Srincipallv gold fields will increase tho amount
of gold iu circulation by a considerable
and so lower its price. In 1319, one pound of
gold bought 16,6 pounds of silver; than California
an.i Andnita flooded tbe world with gold and in
1S one pound of gold rxmgnt oniy , jpounas 01
suver; the value 01 gold Kepi auout sieauj 10 Aot,
and tln commenced to go up because in latter
years less gold as silver has been produced and
more gold used -or coinage (1872, German law)
and arts. The production of silver goes on more
steadily than that of gold because it is trot out of
deep mines; and tbe mass of silver in circulation
0 at al a a? .11 aa IVs4 .. A.a 4n .. tr
being larger man u 01 koiu, iui
expressed in pnrecnUge of the silver in circulation
i-i smaller, ns an equal addition to the gold
expressed in pereenUgfof the same, and
therefore does not change Its value much.
I h value of bar silver as noted in the London
market during tbe last fifteen years; has varied
coiistanth. London is the clearing hoose, practical!
. of the commercial nations. The fiat or
hVlnt i 1 vrdn.' of silver coin may or may not come
no t . t rlv iti bullion value, according to the
i.r 1-:'. 1..U- unts of gold and silver coin in
' ' ' rMal v. awVJ ea
C IV '. 'O. 1- ?- U-"
i. .i-y. Oeotuark, Xonraj, Sweden
Mid the United State. The United btateft
thns far its tint xilaa ot stlrer coin merely
bv storing op $200,000,000 ol silver in the Treasoiy
Vnnlto, unce tvet that uiu nSoat. and it will Bhow
its depreciated Talae. Ea.
Editob Gazette : Tbe 'crocta of Uncle Sam's
country are coininc ceunine counterfeit silTer
coin at a profit of ZS per cent by bnjinR trade
dollars nt 81 cents, their market price,
them. It is carious that brokers and others
ehoald me the terra, Pennine counterfeit" bnt
that iw the only way they can
s Iver enn on which tnt government has had
profit and th it on which it his not.
i'iiis reasnu.nc would brinp; all oar silver money
nnder the catecry o! "Keuuino counterfeit" as
people bare not had the profit on it. For this
are indebted to the present administration.
The following is the paragraph to which I refer:
The Snn's special from IJostonsays: Business
men in this vicinity who handle large quantities
silver coin, are considerably disturbed
bv the occasional detection of ce&uine
.counterfeit half-dollars, which-it is judged mast
in very extensive circulation. wTney can xnem
"genuine counterfeit ' because when -property
coined they are identical in size, weight and composition
with those from the Government mimts.
is only by means of an occasional flaw in coining
that they are detected and it is therefore im
possible toeetmiale tUe quantity of them in circulation
Counterf eitinc of - this sort is 'exceedingly
profitable when done on a large scale and
detection is practically impossible it the necessary
precautions are taken.
It is not at all Baptising that the " crooks, who
recently stooped to counterfeiting pennies, should
make this a branch of their work. The bullion
ralne of $1 in subsidiary silver coin is only 77 c
and a 23 ner cent margin of profit makes quite an
inducement to counterfeiter. It is believed that
nrwtofthe metal used is from, remelled trade
doll its. Uy the purchase of these in large quantities
tbe counterfeiters obtain metal already
mixed at jut the standard alloy. To illustrate
profit iu the opcrntion. 100 trade dollars purchased
for til cents, the present market price, will
yield 217 standard half-dollars, a profitof if 21 CO,
less the email oobt of Tecoinagc Tho Secret Service
officer have no clae as to where tho work is
being done. .
IIis IIxcelIsEnct CiiAs.T,Gtnjcx. Minister uf
GcEETisa: Whereat, we understand a license
sell spirituous liquors has been issued to a
Whereas, a hrge petition to Your Excellency by
people wait being signed requesting yon to not
grant such a license nnd which has since been presented
to Your Excellency.
Therefore we. the men, women and children of
district do hereby petition Your Excellency
that forreasons therein contained we humbly pray
that said license be revoked. And for this we will
Editoc Gazette: The above is being largely
signed by tbe inhabitants of Wailnka and ought
receive consideration from tho Minister of the
Interior. Oil a former occasion a petition went
from Wailnka praying that a license to sell
bo granted to S. UPord. Several
people signed it. thinking it would be n means of
support to a crippled mechanic and others for reasons
of their own. The license was granted by
tho then Minister, but when the peopleof temperance
principles heard of the granting of the license
they immediately forwarded n petition which was
largely signed by those of property and intelligence
and the Minister seeing the state of the case
turned ial ely revoked the license. It is to be hoped
the piesent Minister will act accordingly notwithstanding
the weight brought to bear on him
his colleagues. Cms.
A Perilous Adventure-
A boat containing teven native people including
ujoungster oi six years, saneu irom ine nisn
market on tho morning ot the th Inst., ostensibly
a Ushisig excursion to Pearl Itiver. The party
arrived at their dace of destination safely, i'liev
were seec to pass oat the entrance of the river
uounu lor Honolulu on tue aticrnoon oi too samo
date. A heavy wind blowing daring that night,
and no si ens of the boat the next morninz caused
anxiety as to ils whereabouts, malting in tho
tug Lirelt; being chartered nnd dispatched iu
twarch. Alter a short voyage the Lively returned
port with tbe boat in tow. all tho people safely
board. It was learned that the voyagers had
encountend heavy weather, and their boat, having
keel, w is l)eing r.ipidly driven seaward, when
the captaiu decided to ran in shore. A risky trip
through the breakers to the leeward of the
passage enabled the party to reach smooth
water auc finally land. A second attempt to
reach Honolulu was made on the early morning
the Cth, and the party were slowly progressing
hitherwards, when picked up by tho tog, bat little
the worse for their adventurous trip. Amongst
the party was the ot the Kuvloa. Tho
alacrity with which the Litehj was dispatched is
deserving of praise.
An Exchaugo says: "Tho doctriae that forests
affect climate is everyday receiving fresh proof.
Tho inferences, whether in tho shape of warning
suggestion, are of the utmost importance. In
the last published report of the ecological survey
Wisconsin, Dr. Anders states that tho average
exhalation from soft, thin-leaved plants, in clear
weather, amounts to IUoz. for every square foot
per day of 12 hours. Thus a moderately-sized elm
tree raises from the ground nud throws off into
the atmosphere seven and three-quarter tons of
water a day, and a, wood of 1,000 trees exhales at
least 4.",00O barrels of water in tho same short
space of time! Can we wonder that great climatic
changes occur when such organic ngencies are removed?
Tho reverse of this takes placo when trees
are planted where none eer grew before. Thus,
tho plains of Colorado have only been planted for
five or six years, and yet it is stated an increased
rainfall has already resulted.
Thorough support should be given to Mr. Jaeger
in his work upon the hill sides of Makiki. 'Ihe
water sapply uf tho town is too important a matter
to have the (.lightest stono unturned to increase
it. In that tree nur&ery are groat future possibilities,
in Mr. Jaeger we have just tho roan to "coach"
those possibilities. Uy all means lrt tho "nursery"
havo lots of support, public and even private.
Editor Gazette ; In two dailies has been published
some little statement of tho above and tho
Intenicttcnn Frisco has evidently been gulled
and these two rapers have followed suit. Thero
no one firm which tikes half the bananas. Tho
average number sent from hero per month is oyer
5,000 bunohes and not ,1,000. 'Ihe averago price
has been so low since June, 1SSJ, that they are not
worth here "." per cent, of last year's" price and
some of the shippers have discontinued on account
of looses, i'bgro is no merchant so fortunate
ns to clear out hi3 store of such n stock in tho
time mentioned unless the f roit has nil gono rotten
and then it is dumped ; (titinjtcd is a favorite
word with fruit dealers therein lien their profit.
Tho record kept by T. W. ltirtholf nt hi nor-,
&ery in Nunaun valley auows that rain fell on 11
days ia tbe month of March, viz:
I-. UC' IT 0J2S
1.T5 21 1.3.
I 0.90 33 3.13
,C.t2 2fi .M
10. 0.10 23 0.10
II 0.5! 31 0.02
Total 12 40-1(0 lnthe.
Tho range of tho thermometer daring the same
TUE HH.UElT LOWE9T ATEIUGE.
C A.M I WM fiO3! '
12 M SV 70 T38
G P.M 7G GP W
lho new Momitff Star will sail on the 30th of
this month. Her passengers as far as at present
known t.ill be Master Arthur Logan, a son of the
Her. Mr. Logan, a missionary in Micronesia, and
tha licv. W. K. Lono wife and family.
The ship will be proYfoioucd for a ton month's
crniae. She will ro 800 milea westward from Jtok,
which is at present tho outlying post of tho mis
eion. Fresh islands will be visited and the practicability
of establishing new mission stations will
be inquired into. lneueT. lu i. uoane oi
will most probably take passage daring the
A Qnecr Decision-List
week the police magistrate of Wailaku
rendered a decision which was extraordinary. A
contract laborer was brought before him for desertion
of service and on pleading guilty, the judge
fined him fire dollars and costs althongU this was
his first appearance before a court on the contract.
Tho law distinctly states the laborer shall
be remanded to his labor nnd failing that shall be
imprisoned until he shall consent. Tho laborer's
master. Mr. Cornwall reminded the judge of the
law as did SbcrLl" E;rrett bnt the judge naid bis
decision had been rendered and would. not alter it.
Surely such injustice as this will not pas? unnoticed
by the appoiutina powers.
Kcttlo Cloth Manufactures.
In tbe Philadelphia Vresn of DecKtb, an inter.
iew ta reported with Mr. Felii Kremery, a well
knowu l'rjviaa SArant and iareutor who UA3 had
moch experience with, and poaseftdea much
of, tbo modes of mannf acturo of the ao called
"nettle-cloth," from fibrous substances. In the
inteiriew referred to, Mr. Fremery is made to say:
"I am a nilire of and le
devoted my life principally to the utndy of botany.
I am not unknown in America, since I took n prize
at tbe Centennial Exhibition for an oil to lubricate
ese table woolain course ut ursparation for tbe
cninnins nmrMH .
"Yon knoa the aeersacker cloth aopopnlar for
summer wear ill yuur cuuulij. huh .KU uu
airnnffit iannd what a nrettr material too. Yon
T ..... .l.J,A . .I.- U. I
Know, 1 suppose, luni nut laaue iium uie uuid u.
the Chinese nettle. 'Ihe process i a Tery peculiar
one. The Chinese until 1851 alone possessed the
secret of freeing the frbres nf tbe plant from tho
resinous cum holdinctbeui together, Theaeflbres
are lhen,notspnn, imt cut into iont narrow snips,
and glued UiRelher at tbe ends with a species of
Clue unknown to ns. It;is in all probability an
animal clue, mixed with a certain per cent, of hard
white wax. This process preserves the peculiar
gloss of the fibre 'which causes some people to mil-take
it for silk. It the cloth wete spun it would
lose its lustre.
"In Ubode I-land, seersucker clolh is imitntrf
in cotton. There is no doubt that it could be
manufactured here in large quantities out of the
fibre of tbe American nettle. Tbe rami or rhea of
China and Iniia grows all through tbe Southern
States and portions ot Californix. The material
i: known in Kngland as China grass.
"A centliatan "" m 'com Alloona, Pa., a few
yrarsaso, soaie cuttings of the Amenotn wild nettle.
C tun iwialata u its Latin name. It crows
in great abundanM all tarooirh the Allesbeny
Monntains. t experimented with it, and beoame
convinced that here was a cheap and common
for tits. I have ,t norsery aardsn of these
cuttings cow at In tbe course of
my experiments I noticed that the thread produced
from the fibre was similar to that of flax, but dossier
and more like silk in anriearanee. It can be
nmlivwl v. tv chants- lhonlant n nerennial
one that iu to say. redoes not bare to be replanted
every yea'- 'I !-- cuttings came to me ten or
twelve year. nco. i lounti toat tne nore oi me
American nettle u -.-i cuer .aid strotccer than that
"At this moment thar.? are ten or twelve
in Gerrnauv where tbn fabria is prepared
to be raade into cio:hicu, handkezehiefs, stockings,
shirts, towelitup. lace errrtains, and many
hundred species of textile articlas. It competes
with wool on account uf its greater strength
"Mr. Fremery, I in joght I'rof3or Yaeger, of
gtultgardt, recoaimeuJed woollen clothes and
even sheets as twingmoreooaducrrs to health
than any ottl?r materi'iir'
So thee are. So thev are lie is ri"ht. But
with Ihe great mass of hutianity ocanomy Is tbe
firstxnsideration. Wool tl too dr. The fibre
of nettle cos, bnt a third uf the average price of
wool, and its strength admits" of its being mixed
with wool in equal proportions in the ordinary
process of "manafacturinR. The material tuna
raide combine? tbe warmth ot wjol with tho
toughness of the other raw miderial. It can be
mm, with what you call 'shoddy.' a short staple
or artificial wool, and the admixturu of tho longer
stapl of the nettle with the shoddy makes a Tery
cheap and durable doth. The fibre can be
the rate of about eighteen cents per
pound, while wool In a natural state costs about
"This material takes every fast color, just a
wool does, and its introduction would not require
any change 'to be made in machinery. These
discoveries ot mine ara covered by several patents
in tue uimeci state, .notner use towmcnit
may be applied is for sail-cloth, ropes, or cordage.
There are numerous i arieties of the wird nettle in
this country. One of tha commonest kinds in the
South, where it grovs side by eide with rami, is tb
the UadMeria nrtita, of which there are more than
" Aalltmganan named Neumann has at ibt. Nicholas, Ut
near Antwerp, a manufactory of this mate
rial. The daily production averages about P0.0CO they
pounds.tN'eumann started another manufactory at
Dosseldorf, inllhcnish Prussia, bat had tally the
country on account of some trouble he cot into
with a government ofciaL He was cenncted of
slander and sentenced to one year's impnsonraent.
upi lor this trouble nuwomu oeuoing veil as the
Government had. no to this time, helnkl himbv
CTery means in their power, supplying him
lousiywiia large quantities oi netiies irom Jasi
Cultivation of Ramie.
If the farmers of this State wish to prosper, they
must tarn their attention to tbe cultivation of
something besides1 when:. We have urccd long
and persistently tho necessity of a variety of crops
in order to secare a certainty of profit. Ths ramie-
plant fiourishes. in this .btate wherever
Slanted, and is becoming ono of the most
J. S. Drnry of Blakmfield, says the CWtarnartM,
exhibits at his drug store some beautiful specimens
ot manufactured ramie, in the shape of
sewing thread of various colors. It requires an
expert to detect the samples from silk. It is
stronger than silk and can be applied to all pur
poses fcr which silk is used -
Tho riant is perrenial, nnd is propagated the
same as sugar cane. It grows to perfection" in
Kern county, And no doubt, would also grow to
perfection anywhere in tho San Joaquin or Sacramento
valleys. Mr. Drury has enough cf the
plants rooted to engage in tho enterprise on an
extensive scale. The decorticated fiber is worth
18 to 20 cents per pound, and in view of the large
quantity that can be produced per acre, it offers
to. the farmers of this State one of the finest bonanzas
in the worldot agriculture
The only drawback at present is the want of a
proper machine for decorticating tho fiber and
preparing it for market. Hat this will soon be
remedied. A machine for this purpose, a new invention,
is now on exhibition at the World's Fair
at New Orleans, where it will be thoroughly tested. or
Why will not the ramie fiber be useful in the
manufacture of seamless bags, for whinh purpose
the cotton mills ar enow being erected iathis city? one
machinery might be added from tho manufacture 6i
of cloth and thread for tho fiber, as il now done
in New Jersey. If the plant can be successfully
raised and successfully decorticated, there will be
a ready market for all tbe fiber that can bo produced,
and another source of wealth opened up
to the agriculturists of this State. Thero is tbe
woalth in any enterprise whero tho raw material to
can be raised and manufactured in the same
so, whero thero is aleura market
for the manufactured materials. For shot and
ore bags tbe ramie fiber is unexcelled, as it is
strong and durable as hemp, and will be just the
material for the Oakland Cotton Mills. Here is A
a chance for the exhibition of a little en.erpr.so
on the part of both farmers and manufacturers
and aboTO all by business men whoso inteiests are
directly connected with these enterprises which
go to build np the State. (Xd la urf
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per share will Jo paid to the Stockholders of the
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Mesrr. Castle Cooke, agent In llanoluln.
E. M. WALSH. Treainrer.
1'jI.t March 2SUi. ISC. iota It
FOK SATiE. I
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la',1 lm' Ilnnolaln .
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(Late Scholar and Prizeman Clinical Surgery and
Medicine, King's College, London.)
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
,1S! Fort btrctt. Honolulu.
Office a.m. 2-5 p.m. 7-8 p.m.
TJAViXCJ SOU) 51Y STOCK IS
JL-L trade, and the aood will of my boslnees to the
PACIFIC MAUDWAUK CO. (Limited.) I desire 1a ex-
pre my tliauk. to the community generally forlhelr
patronage In the past, and to respectfully collclt for
the fntnrc their custom tor the new concern In which
1 am perfonally and financially intcrettett, order addressed
to me or the new firm for neetallle in my
line, will for the present hare my pergonal
rpiiK UTJ)KUtiIGXi;i) 31 KG TO
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that they bare ho up lit out the entire toek In trade of
Mr. iMimucl Xolt, which added to their fine iMsortuent
of Home Fnmlshing Good, etc., make areryfatl
and complete line of Goods.
All goods will be sold at the Lowest Market Price.
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comfort and security oItb? POLICY HOLDERS.
This Company may be safely called the Pioneer in
most of the important Insurance reform, and for Ihia
reason a well a many other, it now transacts the
lamest yearly bo si net done by any one company In
the M orld. Pullcic are both
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Assets, 11. 31, 1831.. .J rB.lMMBI TO
.labilities " . B,MI,stj It
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"Assets .ij,(n HI
Tue retnrns firr 1181 arr mil yrl Id lianil. bnt will
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where they bavi now for Sale. .mnnf the
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ALSO -A FCLI, LINK OF
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In the land down t tire homblpH of tbe Workfox
claerci. nnd b can iay that during tb.it time be never
inaac so racmj or ion. a .isn uc nm atavtu
pat bis bind to the plow, and tu a- well able and will-(ns
to five hoaeU work, good mafrlal. and fair Mine
for money ever ?et wai dne in Lb- Hawaiian
IIAS ALWAYS OS H.!TO
Single & Double Harness
Chamois, Sponges, i
Everything Requisite for the Stable.
A FLiX USE OK
English & Sydney Saddles,
Saddle Cloth. Blanket, etc-, altray in etoclt.
Bar Wkat he has not cot he can male. 10M
EXCHANGE ON CHINA !
cniK rxi)Kiwic.xi:i) ai:e
X TAI1BD TO DKAW ON TIIE
Chartered Bank: of India, Australia, and
lira CI."I1UI' I'll. Itru
TIIK nEN'oMIXATIOXS OF
1.2. I, .land cm 1-" porckared at the
Postof&ee, Is any qiaiitity fn.m ojje to one thousand
Envelopes, rersons rfeidin? oo the older Inland ess
raoenre them from the local : a!o domestic
prd foretm reply cords. 1"35
TJOSTEIW, PIItlUllAJIJIIS. UASCKhM
ic. Eipedltloaily Ksecalc at the UanUsOflcc
.fls infti seatl!! JtMiMmMftiife .rutUs f.
MULES ! to DTTTLES!
Unbroken Mules, from 2 to 3 years old
OT- .Jpplv to H. N. OltKKSWKLL.
bera appoint 1 Administrator ef tb tite of
late Capt. Joseph 31. Oat, rqefU all thaw tie
debtcd ta taid ettate to make lmmedlit payment ta
him; and all parties bavloi claims asiJatt sa-td e
mat!pre?ent ths sam, with the prpr voahrs
attiehed. witMn six mon I hi from the daW htrnf or
will be fortTer birred, J. M. OAT, JIU
Attaint itttr Eutepr J. M. Oat. at.
Honolulu, Marth ml, lWi 1WS l
PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY
DILLINGHAM A CO. AND SAMUEL NOTT,
Hardware, Agricultural ImptemeTits, Paints.
Oils and Varnishes.
Hmie Knrn.b.B2 (od, Store, IUaffe. Ttawarv,
Lamp and Chandelier. Krrowene jOit iat
1C53 General Merchtndlse.
During my absence from the Inlands.'
MR. JAS. MORGAN
Will take Ch irit of my
Auction and Real Estate Business.
. P. .UM3I.
Honolula. Marth 31st, fan. isa
SURF BOATS FOR SALE
.& . .SSL - d&.
J. A. BOWER & Co.
Hitq for sale a nambrof icrf boat now m coflwr
construction fromSSfcto 1 ton burden r S to Hi
left lone of which one can be teen, at the EnterprUe
HUU Thee boata arc built with best oak tlmbera of
piece. mnnlnsfroiaRnnrTale tonanwal. and onl
inches apart: tfceyare eonM!".' lighter and
nsler hind led than those of any other bnild, locil or
Improted fatimi for WMiajt snail craft
from 1 to 12 tone, decked or otfwrwl, on tha bent
timber principle, and hatluf jtt rewired a Block of
best white oak, per ilom.ni Star we are prepamt
build to order to any Riven model, or will d a
IlmltcU amoant of repilrs, or Mpplybent tmbert for
others to do eo.
Darllcttes of our boat can be fnrnlilwd at a fw
hours notice, when a notice can pot them together.
hint to Plantation Managers The model or theno
boat, aa trated by Captain Holland and Smith, have
proved their inperloraarf and lare carrying capacity.
lib. ROCKETS, PLAIN ;
lb. Rockets, Colored;
21b. Rockets, Assorted;
21b. Meteor Rockets,
6 Star Roman Candles
Drnxsl Llshla. Triunslr
,0,1, a. E. P. ADAMS.
IF YOU ARE SICK.
If you are atck. HOP I1ITTRKS will
surely aid Nature In making Ton well
ajfRiu when all else fulls.
If yon are comparatirelywetl. bat feci
tne neeu oi n jranu ionic ana ninnimi,
never rest easy till yon are ma-J a new
beinp by nse of
HOP BITT "iRS.
If you are costive oe dysneplle, or are
snffVriag from any other uf the namerfMM
diseitsea of the stomach or bowels. It la
ynnrown faclt If you remain III, for
are a sorvrclso renteiljr In all such eonv
I f jo are waslInK awai with aajr ratm
of Khlner Ulsease, slap tenntlRg IMntB
tills moment, ami torn for a care ts
If son are sick with that terrible sickness
Nervousness, von will a.nrl a "Balsa
In lllleail" In the -use of
If you arc a freisvnter,ot aresldeatof
a mlMmstic district, barricade
aealnst the scourse of all eountHw
malarial, epidemic, bUtoas and inter
mlttent fevers .y the bsc of
If yon liare rooah, pimply. a sallow
akin, bad brrath. paina and aelMjaisd
feci miserable Kenerallr, HOP lllTTKBS
will cite yon fair skin, rich blood, the
snsetest breath, health and comfort.
In short, they care AM. Uiacaws of
the Stomach, Ikjwela, Wood, tlrr,
Nerres, Kidneys, Ae-, snd
will be paid fur a cac ibey will nol tare
or help, or for anything Impure or
found In them. , ,
That poor, brdriddra. Invalid wife,
sister, mother or (laughter, turn ae made
tbe picture of health by a few bottles of
Hop Hitters, cosUdv; but a tritte.
Will yon lot them auffcr 2
Cleanse, Purify and Enrich the
1IOLLISTBK & lO
MB. II. r. OILLIS'iillAM baa loslroclcd me to ocr
for Private tjalca portion of ksa Splendid
On Berctania and Bingham Sis.
LOT NO. I-Is III feet (rant and an test deep, rrilb
a rise Hoose snd OnvBnlMia(S. SUM. Carrtan
npon It. and la the property lately occupied
by Rev. 1. A. Cntsaa. The none Is conronatlrely
new, Is In toe order sad trill be open tor inspection
for any persin deslrlax to rlew It. The npsjt pries
for this t plcadid piece ot property will be Ififm.
One-Fourth Cash, Balance in 1. 2 and 3
Years, with Interest at 7 per Cent.
LUT.'o.ShwrtbrWrt; apset price iUSW
lot So. 3 1, as ft byaa n: awsct ..... ijss
UrTSo. llsSSflkySartr apset price. IBVW
LOTHo.nktiSnirjraait; apset prke IJWrt)
LOT.Xo l. fl: apsrt prlee IW f
LOT So. TI. JO Rby'sW ft avoatprtoe..... Ijmm
LOTS.. "bSeftlraSaft: !.
LOT .to. otslftkySn: npsot price tfmm
And npon the msm terau so for Lot So. t, so Ikst
pnriMsts csn be rr saslrr nvet.
A pbtn of these lots can be seen at th. anetiou room .
The new Tramway, for wktek a Cbartar was recently
-ranted br the will brinx this rroperty
wltbtn IStalnMeoof Ike pnat OOcaad win naturally
Increase Its ralne. We Invite as asnaalnatlon snd in
pcrtlon of those Lot a. Ih-y are well situated and
E. P. ADAMS.
BB.O W XT rt CO.,
and tVajIer In
Ales, Wines and Spirits,
II Merchant Street, opposite Ibe Post OnVe.
t Uom.lalo. . I. lyo
Information Wanted of Michael Nagle
Birr auk w Yirk, Febnurry ? :--
TXVOILMATJOX IS AVANTKU OF
J. MtCHAKl. N(.IK ... tin
Irlanda 1.f'' ? -"! ,uz i-- '.. ) '7)n;
t -'I rjitjl" tjnJT. 'lt r'OOft
ara marriftl. ati'i in l'." frnti Httr. en
tbe SaWviwiefa XlaU.1 astl LailfiU4.
ty Any inforaation rexsrdlnz bia tbat eat be
Civet, will be tbanttally rere.Ttr.it kin brotber.
19 lm. No W0 Elk Ht CaTilo. 5. Y . U. S. A.
- ,, ,, mHiMf 1
Regular Gash Sale
On Friday. April 10
.11 10 am. at StreiKxms. Mllh' ssM at Aarttosi :
CROtKBRl A-D OI.ASSWARK.
Sacks No. I and 2 Sugar
Cal FW-te, Seta Docxy naroew. Barrel
AaJKm, at a Lot ef
Ahw, tinv Larrr
Bay Saddle Horse !
l.VOSS X I.ETJCT AnetHsitsm
OArrrrcthrd in.trnrilnn. lilo W
MACK AKLANE I'll, lo !ll hj Aarlnn.
at cir HalirofB. n
Saturday, April llth. 1885
At It am torkMM onoinmrat. " Barrel
n tnt'slee of
CHOICE HAVANA CIGARS
Tw i - ( itiaa
Bent Wood Furniture!
to Ctu Sehwepfa
ENGLISH SODA WATER
Steel for Shoeing Purposes
Slae 'si'i, Scvsad tlnare.
Ear TERMS Her HO day . oser J W
ON APPROVED PAPER!
I.ION LKVBY. Aactlonerrs.
A Select Stock
THE LATEST YET!
Nothing like this in the Market.
Call and Examine for Yourself !
ThpSteanxr MARIPOSA, on hi r last Irlp. Iirooiihl
lo lb. Island. Ihe rte-l stock of Ladle.'.
t'lillilrin 9 mil Men-' Vnr In bu
Line ever brought to this Market.
Mr. P. IVlclnerney
A Ulorc next to Lycdn at IV.. fort Street, where the
alsore Stock can b seen.
This lane awek kas been selerted witk irval rare
And will be soM at llvlnir ralrs. k.STTtblns that
belonv. lo s rtrswhtsa Boot and Hho. store
r can k. fownd here
HBMBklBEB THE PLACE.
war-Fort Street, next door ta Lytan & Ce.
SAI.E of STOCK
By rttVr of MIL C. I1BKT1.KUN 1 wit; .1 a
Public sturt.tm, th
Following Fine Stock
G Horir Cull, fr nn I tu J yr ohl
7 Pllley. from t tu t jw oW.
fall-treed rilley. ;r obt.
3 Man- brok lo tt yri old .
S5titt llnrtw Colt-, ito t year old,
I WAGON HORSE(COOD)
Slip ;o tkf pUce U IMLAA. KAl I. ilb"
o'Mr. at IloVtock harpi
On Saturday, May 2, 1885
CA.SI1 W. (. II. IIEVKB1LL.
lifted stock ato from Isspasfsl lasers
sired by Blnf PbllllB. Tk. rrean iBh
nstlv. Mares sired ayir.lals PklBln, a ae anlnaal la
mi brarlns: sood record. tlU
rich cbestnat. dark points.
rpilKOL'UII TICKKTtj TO TUE
X VOLCANO HETtlfS. can now be had at IIM
otaceof tks Inter-Island n. N to. lesvtii.
Bosolahi per time table otthe - W. tl. U1LL." will In
burned at Psnalas. thence by stallrnad to Pabsli
where Horses nod Unldes will be In attendance
By this rente. Tourist can uske UV' nsand ttlp In i
dnya.irlvlns I days to visit Ike Volcano.
rtli tbb bocsd rwr, tneiudios
Dorses, Onlde. Board snd Lod0nz.
T tit farther partlcolare ensjulrr at Ihe idke of
S. N. Ca., H
Or to 1. f. JOBDA.X. Votcsno Boon
I?IK)M AS It AsfMSKTIIiS HATE,
X1 nil aceonnta will he doe. and collected si the ead
of Each Xonlb. lntest of jiamarlj.ss Wtstofore
BROWN & CO.
MMaSTWS KtHlCt frf iBtMtiOBtoFMfiClAH
ATOTICB IS J1EKKJKT CaVKN
x ii bt MHtaatt penreeaf vitte eonUlarl in 4
eertara w A4. daft, the Hit. (Ur t
tlW. made V . t. Parker uf Hoaoliihi. labwd of
Oaha, U A. J. C'artwrizbt. Admlantntor of tbe Et.it
nf B. W. Molt, tteatuefl. nf the ae place, ef rrrnrd
in tbe oaVetf tfte WmUtrmr t4 VmnjMMer In Liber
7. paa" t0. I'M aaTlr3. and im a hrtfacri of tbe
condition la at'j monsas iI eoriaiani. u wit
bob pajaiont f tbat alt and inatsr ttv
laaii. tennnent anl In al4 mnrsz
deed anl fwniMl Uj after th time
Itmited by I w, h at on leeivnt
of the rondHionii a- int.
Tbo vropTty In .)! 'I ifl beln'.'
ai at it tl'mntu.it 4i ' lid. anrt rsttaj
Utuiri M heh..' '.' - n I -
Tu li If I' Vt ' St ! 'I f 1 W.I.M
Of rNtBr I ii Vr." - ? :.. h. . -
i.'n-i i irrrwui'.iiT
E-' H. V Htilf
' Barws. ilon
I Ml -I Heat lain. Marra KHb. ittC. irr. it
VOTICK IS 1IKUK1JY CUVKX,
t!it th" ha Ik-' n J! j jioii'fij f
T.,nLtrt'rT of a'..tt( nj UiV. BI.IZtKri!
-HAW, l of Honotn'o 'nh !! trcr
-on- baTlnj .V II- IT
no'il 'I :'isT th' ont ' n t n Jul.
in 1 t I'd ll," pnti k!" . .,, , J. v. .n ,1
- -e m .n'.li- tfm h "
: M r fon i- - '-ar-"'! in I t I
t. nm 'Ila
v. A on . nt sWa .11 -n
laJn. H - WIDEMAN.
AtBini.trtar of tbe titat of BRsibeib ba.
HoiwTl, Miftb 5W. ! 1H
Br e. p. AtaAMS.
Ey order . of c BoHo, Xsq, M U rawwv , Af
- - - afe a nV .- .V " BBl PmA naaKamnffaaanr
Sinters oi n KWktmvt .' -
On Thursday, April SJSfS
Al a . lb Sr Sa n TSvub. i
In. Snttrs Siotk. end. lrI
cctuskt, txsrr woue boxx.
ASST. OF GliSSilBE
CoMtaUar ml Win, sts. TssM rrsK tMmv
Orrwntrt Lasss. a ton, IT. rr rK
Toilet & Chamber Sets
Bit. m Asswiwmit f
t. r ADAMS. AsfsHaaMec.
By nnln nf Ibe MHcnee. of ta. sTass f C30SO
IIUSI. nanknnru t .ill -HI rnbaM Awtsaa.
On Saturday, April tltX
Entire Stock !
Prints, Denims, Cottons.
i LUTtllMi. UtsM.
Crockery & Glassware
;. r. aas. Asnis.
ON SATURDAY, APRIL I 1
t 1 : i. - .-k. nwa -U iwils i riw. I wttl
i Pnntle Aaetltias. 1 f
to part a fntmw I Usfk
Marble-Top Bedroom Sett
t (Ml snd Vb Plat. BrdrMan HM.. isssnas tSs.
Moilti H, i. fin- Wsnln., rin .VL.'s.
1 Elegant Chandelier
4 Lltfcts. Artsnd skaraa. . W raSrat abarnn
W IHnlnfi TWe. B W Boako. t, Bsw rasalH.ni
B W Crib, Hair ''tola Sofa, and I'nh.
One Brewster Top-Buggy
In nvtfrcl of? I BwCU
1 SET SINGLE HARNESS I
1 Br KtwH8 rt !. .- r
P. AIM, IM.t.rf
SATTTEDAY, APRIL 18th
Two Certain Lots
M. 131 AMI 13.
ON BERETAN1A STREET
Upvtsdlr Mr Starrten -. rmh MS nl lro.1 r
Wli at tk LsMt rile. .
ihr iMb, lMlnrr In usffwii ?,
rnnrl by Hdjrtkitr with lwat wl9yr i ni
toi ar- lb- nppn M f tf -i
1. irltlti t rninrti ilk nf lb I
K. I. IIIM,
AUCTION SALE OF
VALUABLE LANDS !
i.f lb. Tliiflce .( lb. LkN
I .111 .. t for 'Salsa v.
Monday, April 27th, 1885
flank r.twrytl, t JJf kmt rH .I
tfrt;. !!''lttt Ikw fnllnvice
ISM t," r. Ml Arte
Lot I-l 11
v- t , ,'
I... I r irisi
I ot M 1 IS- ,M rre
l II i twovr
.la. tot. troai A I.. I . o-n. sr ah.' -.
Ik. boask as SatLAWAI i..o.l utim.asj -si
fcnwtisaakaflf'HB lln..lnl '" ' sU.lota.1
PsrkbsWWIf Vro s.l ib' . . - .aaolr fi
cimnlry rat Innate .in, ....: .. . - s . mi' '
ta tbetr fsaM.
Lot J-Tk. rtAfAllt f.t - , I , '
Lot M Tlio KA.ll.tr.A , r .1, , t.tcsx. '
Loll. The KAIKMI - .. m . tlt.
Mr TEEK" fll I- ! - !
A pUn tf Iks Lot. V . ntlb.
. P BA
Notice of Sale
y ltre4.o ..f mtr?m lb
corffiaiB ttnrtgBXr. d-! ti IWb y
ratror etf B. rit,ai. l w -,,., tf, Tmrm -
fftfflMd (OMI'I ltb'l "l-- ' I Hf--
al PmtttiK AtrtUm
On Saturday, the 2mJ Day ol May
SK, si It it
All lae ritf'jt HtU am ..t
aae Kdmea). -..-to it i. art! -tiled .klV
thai certain t Lrcl inai. Wmmr: avrt.
and dekktmb n Bo - . Cii 14 mm
! Award ' tnd - i thai t'ffaia PWee
Laad on t'Uc Wk . 'hi- Mtr Mikiiiia.a
and briis -
brtb lh nrr hy 1 -1 ..f
m parZ9 Vi and l: n-.- . r"bji mt ta
bao 'i '!' "! li . !" I liraii
Tbe prem '" Ut .''- r, tnni. It.'- jowl a4
abetantlal iTidii. i 1 mJ)
ef j -
i)T ttttuvi .1 I'm ht for m
1U9II. Mb 1C.
Heads of Families!
PLEASE BEAR IN MEiD
Trttlw a aad a felt M ?
FIRE WOOD, CHARCOHL
f Ibe K u ie IW -Ml
Wholesale and Ketarl.
3. F. GRAHAM - CO,
So. U mat s
rstrphoM Nt. n.