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GAZETTE, TUESDAY, JANUARY 1, 1889;
COHHtKCTAL.
s4
jrOXr.ri.r, j.tx. ?.
tKtip curiae arrivals for the k have
been tha tern W.S-BaTOsial bxrkScsso
Saa. Fri-assa; S. S.Takasss Mara.
; bark Dansoare, Iiverpa5.
Departures hT bfn iiw barkeaiioes &
X. Castle d DfeTCq. Fratxssco,
saa sctecoaer Twilicb- BoxrUad Isivnd.
Tb; baikealir V. H. Dimoaa trsA u sail
Kea?ss of ssfeaa pr3M for the -week
fcsveia-fcsea bis ssr and
baffs rise. Hmtt shi-sseats are ssxkis
uirfci to market Jtoa KibaJsi a2 Mcs
koaa this sasaa.
Tiss last catrwrlT ana isaathlr acecants
of tieyear fairly sS ths air this ws k.
Frora tbersxaner in hsih they are rtKsivwa
sd acted spas, reasonably aicaratc
estimate of lfce cocdit&a ol Leal trace
raay be Eaiacxl.
PORT OF HONOLULU, E. L
Schr irora Ktiiijfc. HswaH.
Sihr M3e Merri frera iviviau. Gabs.
Schr Msrv from Haaaks.
TcxsajLT. Dec 25.
Suar Ivikw. Weir, from Hamakaa.
jim V S Iawwe. Blebai. Says
tram Smi F raarisoo.
,SAr Xa 3! from Hawa.
. Stor Mt Wshitie from HsBtaiaa. Ha
lt ait.
WeKSJKBAV. Dec 2i
JaptS YakasagtJ Mara, Caaaer. Jl iays,
-aailS kKsfcBt Yfcfeaiaa-
Simr G R Bihw, A Cfcs. irana etrsak
Oaiw-
Sdhr IJWebo fre Hawakw!-
TiJCEsavr, Dei- 27.
Sr Waixaafc. taw Laupabix?.
FssAT.ee-2S.
' Am bfc SsssKus. Grithi. fcr
5r AV O Hmli. Ohauwy. fna sm ami
HawsuL
iad Waa. -v
ahrHetntroneSm.
Sahr Sarah ad "RBrm irdm KtalMi.
iArrririvv'. Dee. 2S.
Sar Jawes Macmfay, irons ajs-
pt,
Statr J A Ousuatei. KeBfa. iraai Ko
las. Saar We. Saytft. frtm HsBaAaa.
Soar Wa. treat Kva, Oaha.
isar Jfifcaluda. Itaresaae. froat KaaaL
itasr Waideale. CaapbiH. iroei KSseea
saaTHaaalo.
3kbk DnacxKv. Hktd.l2J days iroee
LimpaaL
6-'
MaxA.Y,Bee.2i
Saar i-mf - Ma. 2Cacae4ar. rSi-
Tc3rxy. 25.
AmbSnS X Cie. iiaAitt?!. isr Sta
PrsEi2iBa.
Bfcs Bfcaavery. "c. iec Sia Pranci.
"Wojrrsair. Dec 25.
Ssaur Kissa, XjKieagm, fr Mai aad
Hiwirpa.
SacrM&sfeafa. fVefaaaa. for KasjU.st
Spaa.
oar Walesie. Cifaji-i-H. iorK3aeea
a lia3t, as, a p at.
' Statr Lsww., dark, tor H&m&aa. ami
So&r J ACwiin. yaoa. for Kogtaii,
An safer TwiBsii, Larses, farBowiaad
SAr 3a Morris for Kwb.
SAr Merv for Himi-fi.
Sabr KMuatta. ar Ewle. Kaasi.
Sr lfe KToaate.
ThC3hiy. I- 27.
Sbar Sub. Caderar; far YYaiatea
aaWaaaaae. atxm.
',fcAr Us Mai itr Piwrtut, Ksna. -Subt
Yin for Telobn sad Ham.
FsaaiT, B. 2U .
Suar C K &ao, ViuiaiE8fan.
-a.iaai.
Seir HeiE for Ewa.
iOWT. Ocl- 5.
&(amr likefikc. BzTkf . for iloioira. at 9
pi.
Vessel in I'ort from Foreign Port?.
HB3IS OacnMKam. Xkioili. Crciie.
CSS Alert. J UGraiaas. Co.S A.
BtCejfoe.Caiboao. It ToTiueac.
BkLasrr Lamp&oaj5eiejjrea. S-Francfco.
B5: C 1 trraa:. Lse. San Franerseo.
Bkt V H iJimood. E I" lrrx. San Fb
Tern Yf i BoTOcBIchsB. Saa Fraacisco.
JagS S Tataiap ilara. Coaaer. Y5a-
St Soaosa. Grir5th. Saa tiaacsco.
Bra 65: Dsasesnf, Hied, IiTeipool.
Veirf KxpclJ Iron: Jor-ira Port.
HBMSConaoesi.C&ai Jae 19
Bt J D Briber Bssruo Feb 20
Scfcx Ann; faa FraodbcsOfor 20
StlTT -ear York . .Dee 23
ait -r ctrrx miim iftc i
Aa yscb; tisoo Taiaa. . ...Dee 5J
BfcGXWSoen Breaea ..Jlav 4
Terri J C Ford .. Saa?&tro ..Die 21
XersXonis .Vzi T-rmeot D 12
Kk Fores Qeeea ao Trsadsw Dec 23
BrCossaxfo .. rraneirooJan 3i
Tern Sater Bov. -JSsis Fnaa-J-D 24
B:Bosi3c -. .. Jtaa FraaeiicouDa: 27
Sajr Kodind... Sao Fraacbca.Des C
Siiir Ma Sefeaac-eT San FraaciooLDcc 31
BrtJDSpetefc Saa Fraaesytt-.Dee SI
Bir. S G V2cez . . Saa FrauciaJas 15
Bkl AcsSa Port Toivscivi J;n 6
BDsa Ai6o .. NVsca-Ue Jut 31
Siiir Wsi Rsptoo . .XesT3ssI.....Frt 5
Bis 3ary "V lalriman DiiOTerr. Jan 25
Bk Jajcaica J!a-jww ..AprS 19
KIpti or FnxlEaVar the Trfc.
2arstr. Bisiriw. iat-jjt.
SefcXela- 3X0
Schr3i2e2forrif. . .
Sdbr Jilotwahise 1S55
Sciz Ks yicL- .
Sir lEarr Q
&tL2k2io 2tOJ
SaarlwaJard.. S3?
SnrGKBishoo J 515 ..."
Stsir TO nH 2W
Sccir W G Il2H Zm .... ioj
Seir Heaa G
SeirS&EEra. . S50
Snaf JSuSHx... 2J .... 31?
StmrPie . . 7312
Soar Xitahaia.. 25 fKj
SisirJasXa&ce. 1515 SSS
StcarEsa Zffj
StesrMc&oIH - ....
The Britoh Lark Siraca amrtd at GIa-
"7
Mam, lVc 23 Dr S Dr S Muraura,
S Kayafca'vr. I Socrajp and U Jajvoes
immrraat&.
Fitca Saa Fraaosco. per Jem AV S
Boirac. Dev 2S-Mk M A Lwh. H B
asS J tVjurpfJJnc.
Fwca AVaialua aad AVataaae. pr 5Uar
Kaala. Dec 2? A M Hcrcett. A tarha.rdt
an5 2 deck pisswgers.
Fnk xrindwarvi parts, per suar AV G
Saali. Dec 2 Hfe &weSert- Itoa L A
Taursttw. R D Oivir.. K DoUa. C Srcn;
per and xrifr.Mrs l-evty aad chfld.W K
Exwa.MrsHVtes5lrs GTMaVamse,
S Laarp aai trife. Mrs S Datis. C F Beard.
Miss DaaWs. G Y C Kaaaaa.Yun Cha?
aad 67 deck passeaecrs.
From Kassai. per Mikahsl, Dec SO
KFBssitcjv. Mrs C H Ksiwr,. JasKirbc
and xnfe. R CaKoa. Ashford Spenwr aaa
xrire. li Speawr. Mr Aniaa, 2 Ctnr.ese and
25 deck passtsrs.
Fivsa Maai, per strar Likdite, Deo
Msss Clara Sroaru S Lus, Kektmsano. Mfes
KcuakCja.E MaisIoJsa and son. Mr Ara
and mfe. Y Alas. W Marshal!, Mr Akaaa,
Ah le. A B Kerr, sad 53 deck pasieaptrs.
ForMaai.pcr trar Iibkc, Dec 21 R
W Meyer.
ForHowUdidaad,per schr TrUicht,
Dec 25 J T Araadel and servant.
For Saa Friceiseo. per bkta S X Cas
tie. Deo 25 DrJ B FpESsJey. J Taylor, 1 A
LeTisea aad chSd. and E WormlriCtoa.
For Mara aad Hawaii rer irarSmau,
Dec iS-MIss HeJea K V3der. WiJder j
Farter, Miss Lott. Miss Do-srsc::. Misses j
Hoim2.Mjss Voiehvas,J H Wedc-
kessc Jr. Mrs Oosev. A Sruiihies, Mrs j
LSshraX. Mrs Sure. R K Hiad. Miss
Hiad. R Hiad. liest CoJ V V Ashford. j
?Tin Ofca. K Rycroft. Dr ShddoB. aad j
aH3Ct-Jftdecipassea5rs; j
For Kaxsai. per snar Mtkahala. Dec 2t5 !
His Honor AsseeiaJe Jcsuce S B Dote, j
Miss C Mfct. Miss K Ixrls. Mr SsAer-
fcsae. " Klaeey. R Cattoa, 1 Chiaese aad ?
3) desk pasfeajers. )
THK GALENDAR.
Spte Cnrl Ter tn Hwwtnn-Jan-ory
tth. lSSJuHe UltKrttwM
Tlie foiloxrins is a somnwry of tho cal
ondar Kr tlie January tenn of the Sn
pronw CSiwtt, to oieu oj Monday, Jan.
7th, Thirvl Associate Jns4i Kckerton
presidinsr. A"tt.woyt.ii!C!ral C. W. .Vslir
forf jwswttcs for thoCrtn in criminal
HaatrinsHpo, sdtiixg lienor.
defendant.
Mollcao. 5Miig liquor. Kaulukou for
defendant. .
Kcaw, assault and battery. Kaulukou
defendant.
AVaialeah and Ahaula, manslaughter. 21
desre. . ,
Kahaiola.laresny.-tth degree. Kaulukou
for defendant.
Crow, sdlin? liquor. Kaulnkoti for de
fendant. nvutfix jvky oa.vix.vt. cvsts.
Ah Fook. possession of opium. V, V.
Ashford for defendant.
Ah Va, possession of opium. Kanlpkou
aad Ashford tor defendant.
Kennedy, opium in possesion. Macoon
for defendant.
Hayse-Idea, coarptracv.
ijUPREMK COURT AT CHAMBERS,
Itoforo Mr. Jnsttco lrcston. Bank
ntptcv o( C. Awang, of Laltatiia, Maut.
Cecil Brown apiwarctl for petitioner;
there was no appearance for the bank
rupt. The bankrupt is ordered tosliow
caase -whv he should not be aujiulgod
gHt ofeentemptot Court for not tiling
s?chedulc of assets and liabilities sis or
dered. Three claims amounting to
f l,077.Si? are prowl and T. F. Lansing
and T. K. Kvans elected assignees.
liefore Mr. Justice Dole. Ym. K.
Achi for j Castle vs. J. Kaulukou. Continued
without dav.
: Tutrspay, Pec. -7.
Interuiediarv Division. Before Mr.
Justice McCuliv. The King vs. Chun V.
Unlawfully carrying a pistol. Deputy
Attomev-Ueneral Feterson and J. L.
Kaulukou for the Crown; J. II. Baren
aba for the defendant. Continued until
j January terai day.
j The Kinc vs. Moke. Assault and
j battery. V. K. Castle for the prosecu
I tion; S. K. Kane for the defendant.
Continued for the present.
; The Kina vs. Paauki. Ass:iult and
j battery. lVpntv Attornev-Gener.il for
i lhalWn K'.iidnbnn fnr tht difind;Uit.
Jiavse-iuen, roariracv. ,.y , : j
Blaekbum. fast driving. Xeuniann for j bentenee of lower Court modihed to o
tine, and costs o: lower uourt omy.
Tho King vs. Thomas. Nathaniel. As-
.... ij...j.. ..o.-. lV,r.1.,.,fc Imm
Yock lan. possession of opium. Magoon Police Court, Itonolulu. o
tardeieadant. - .entered.
McDonald, fat driving- Kanlukou.for j Svl Ah ChU Dafeaces.
cereaoani.
Lau Viu. vkslatinc liquor taws.
Ashford for defendant.
Ah Chee. possession of optcm.
Houdlette, violaUng passport laws,
waan for defendant.
Beaaetti-lareeny. ?d degree.
xixEPjrsv ctvrLcasB?.
defendant.
AVery, selling liquor. Monsar
stforde-'i
MORE JAPANESE.
S. Sk THKmkii Mactt Arrl? with 0r
Klcvcn ltunitmt In Gnori Condtllnn.
Tlie Japanese steamshjp Tnkasago
Mam arrived from Yokohama etlncsday
morning, with 1.14S labor immigmnts
from tlie agricultural districts in Japan.
Capt. J. H. Brown has been promoted to
another steamship of the same ileet, his
place being taken by Capt. Geo. W. Con
nor. This contingent of plantation labor
comprises 940 men and 203 women. All
were in good health on arrival, the vessel
nresontinn a clean bill. They had been
provided with n warm bath every alter
nate day during the passage. The Tnka
sago Mam was reinarkaoly clean wnen
she reached i)rt. Capt. 'Conner would
seem to bo a worthy successor to Capt.
Brown, as the third trip of tho vessnsl is
like unto the preceding ones in satisfac
tory results. Tlie passengers were landed
at the Immigration Depot with smooth
ness and dispatch. Mr. llayukama ar
rived by this steamer as an attache to
the Japanese Consulate.
.Jocrlisfmriii'.
The reamer Y- G. Hall will leave next
AVVinesway rae-rnias for wiadward jvjrts.
Tce Anjerscaa schcoaer ToiRrfit. Cap
taie Larsear sailed Deceaiber 23th for
Honiaad islaad.
The barkenraies S. X. Castle and Dis
covery sailed or. Deceiafcer 25th with sagar
for Saa Francisco.
The American tern J. G. Xorth arrived
at Sahulai. MaaJ. on Christmas Day from
Astoria with tetmber.
The Britisk hip Hoaolcla. Captaia
Leary, ISO tons, was at San Francisco De
ceatber 15ih. foadutg lor Hoog Xoar.
Tfee Amerkaii tern W. S. Bowse, Cap
tais Btaitai. arrived December 25sh. aiou:
IS1 cars frwa San Fraeisoi iriUi general
car?o valued at ? lljl5x
Tfee steamer Likdike pasisd a bark orT
Kcana. Maut. Friday evening. suppo?d
U be the Ferrc- S- Tfcooipsoo trith coal for
Kabul ui from Departure Bar.
TfaeBritfch bark Jamaica. Capain Sie
fert. wa to leaTe Glasgw December ISA
aits gctaeral merehandbe for Hoaolulc,
casni to Mes?r. P. A. Sxiaef ex Co.
The British iron bark Daaseore. Captain
Hied, arrived on Sunday and anchored in
the stream opposite the OW Custom House
-arharf. after a 'passage of abdet 12J dsys
fraaa Livenvo4.
The Americaa feark Sonoma, Carain T.
H. Griffiths, arrtveii December 27ta,ahoat
22 days from Saa Francisco with a cargo of
waeral merchandise and is docked at the
Fort street wharf.
The Hawaiian brig Geo. H. Douglass
saHrd fresjtt KahalBi. Mani, December iSsh
with segar for San Francisco, and the
Amerkan schoooer Anna was to leave on
Saturday wiili a 'toad of sa.sar for San
Fraaessce.
The American iurkeatiae Discwveo.
Csp!sia McXe3, which sailed December
25tkfor Saa Fraacio, tcok the follovrcnr
shiustten: H. HackfeM Jt Co., IQJSSi
tags stsgar; C. Bolte, 1 .78 bags sugar. To
tal sacir.12.COJ bags; toatnc?, 55 tons.
Valuer S,iJ7-s!.
The Ameriran fcarkeatine S. Castle,
Captain L- H. Unbbard, sailed for Saa
Frajacisoo December 25th with 13.?3 teg
segar. 1K bags rice, and 320 bunches
biaaaas;. The shippers were: F. A. Schae
fer Jfc Co.. bacs scsrar; C. Brewer tfc
Oo..sS2S bac seear: The. H. Danes &
Co.. 4JS22 basrssarar: Castie & Cooke. 1.7f6 I
bags sagar: M. S. Grinbasm .t Co-, 1 Jv)
bigs ric : HoBister .t Co., 53j iMinehes j
benanas. Total tonnage. Domestic
i . . ...
aic:e. .,k.'.iw.
The JapaitA steamhia Takasago Mans.
Castain Geo. Conner, arfived early Wed
nesday. Decejober 23Eh, from Yokohama
-si:h Japanese immigraBts aad 70 toss
general merchancise. Sailed from Yoko
hama. Deeembir 15rh at 19 a. m.; had rao-
Noilo prosequi
J Svl Ah Chit. nfflns. W.
V ' - Smtl for Jaintiffj Bareaaba and
i Kaulukou for defendant. Defendant's
apical from District Court, koolaupoko.
Xeu-' Defendant's motion for continuance to
; next term allowtnl on condition that he
pay plaiiitifT$10Tor his expenses.
OwIm. It., vs. Kahananm Holt and J.
Minister of Interior v James Keau;. -is-: r lIoiLt Dantasa?. $35. A. Kosa for
ampstt. AttomeySeneral for plaintiff. ..i-in.jtr. .un.ncp for defendants.
Deiecdants appeal from District Court
' of Yaianae is uissuissed.
C. B. Kauakanui -s. James K. Holt,
Jr. Assumpsit, foO. S. K. Kaeo for
j plaintiff; fto apjvarance of or for de
fendant. rtaintnT's appeal from District
Court of Waianae is withdrawn.
Mahoe, w.t and Keahi, k., vs; Maria
: Kaanaana. Summary proceetlings to
: recover possession of lands. S. K. Kaeo
probate anneal - for plaintiffs; Cecil Brown for defendant,
v. Ashford for Maintiffs' appeal from District Court of
i bwa. Oniereucoutinueti until next term
sum
Kahananui vs. Ashford, enm con. Rosa
for pSaintiff; Creighton for defendant.
KiUiakanui vs. Leslie, assumpsit. Smith
and Achi for iJatutitJ.
Keiai vs. mt ijuoa, ejectment. Achi
for plaintiff: Kaulukou for defendant.
Trustees Bishop estate Vs. Kala, eject
ment. Kane for defendant.
Jolivavs. Kaulukou. assumpsit. AYhit
iag for plaintiff; Rosa for defendant.
Bowter vs. Ekalcsia o KaumakapiH, con
tract. Creighton for plaintiff; Castle for
defendant.
.Estate of Charles Brenis
Brown for petitioner; V.
appellants.
Aio vs. Lindsev. assatunsit. Brown -for 1 dav. the Justicaof the lower Court to be
tiaruy vs. runuant, ejcciracnt.
Castle
Rosa and
. Kosa for
for rJaiatiff.
Coibcra .vs. Gayford, torL
Whilingfor plaintid.
Paico v.-. Mob war, ejectment,
plaintiff.
Clement vs. Cartwright, assumpsit. J
Whiting and Rosa for plaintiff; Brown for 1
defeiulant.
Kaahanci vs. Kingsley. trespass. Ka
ulnkec for plaintiff; Peterson for defen
dant. Priacerille Plantation Co. vs. Mauliola,
ejectment. Hartwell tor plaintiff; Rosa
for defendant.
UAWAttAS 4CKV CIVIL CJUEJ.
Kalanola vs. Keknkahiko, ejectment.
Kane for plaintiff; Thompson and Kaulu
kou for defendant.
Kaloa alias Kaciehaiku
' notified to then attend.
It. Ualstead vs.Xihoa, k. Assumpsit,
4125. W. R. Castle for plainthT; A.
Rosa for defendant. Plaintiff's apjeal
from District Court of Waialua is with
drawn. The King vs. Apo. Selling liquor
without license. Deputy Attorney-General
for the Crown; V. It. Castle for de
fendant. Defendant's appeal from Dis
trict Court ot Waialua. Continued 2vo
20th until further notice. On motion of
defendant, ordered placed upon the cal
endar for this date. Continued.
Friday, Dec. 23.
Probate Division. Before Mr. Justice
Preston. Di the matter of the estate of
2ahnm. j II. J. Hart, of Honolulu, deceased tes
tate. Petition of executois A. J. Cart1
wright and W. C. Parko for leave to sell
interest in the Elite Ice Cream Saloon,
and their motion to be appointed guar
dians of the four children. Cecil Brown
for petitioners; petitioners in person.
Ordered that thev have leave to sell said
j interest and that they be appointed cuar-
POLICE COURT.
derate winds the first dav out; on the sec
ond day oct had strong 2 . W. mads Which
eooonced to the 2X1! with strong seas.
Oa the 22d, a fresh gale set in accompanied
by high seas : thsnce had light winds and
fair weather to port. Arrived at Honolulu
Deeembir 26th at 0 a.m. Time. 11 days
and 15 hoors. The- Takasazo Mara wis
decked at the Pacific Mail Company's
wharf neit evening. .
The snrveyin-r ship Kgerta.ofthe Bri;
ish iCavy, vhkh has occn sounding cbont
the Friendly Islands, has found two new
great depths, one of l-is fathoms and the
other 4, -S3) fathoms .stout 5 miles-. They
are in Iatitsde 21 decrees -oath, longitude
liaderrees; iret- These are more than a
thousand fathoms greater than any other
depth: kno'STi in the southern hemisphere,
and are only exceeded in three si'tf tn the
Tvertd. These are 4Jo5 fathonif. off the
northeKt coat of Japan, fonnd by the
United States Tujcarora; -5,17-3 fa
thoms, soetb of the Ladrone Islands, dis
eorered by H. M. S. Challenger, and IJj1.
irth of Porte Rko. dtovered by the Unit
ed States ship Blake. (F rom the ew York
Maritime Eesister of 2Mveniber2S:h-
ejectment. Achi for plaintiff; Hitchcock
t Hitchcock for defendant.
VOKEIGN JUSY CIVII. CASES.
ltarry vs. McCjilly, assumpsit. Rosafor
nlatntiff; Peterson for defendant.
Crawford vs. Brisgs. assumpsit.
Macfartane vs. ilcCandless, assumpsit.
Ashford Ashford for defen.laut.
-i II . - .. 11-.
cutiaiau , - - ii-iii i , .iiiiiii'ii- iij. i- ... . , j. , ,
well for plaintiff- ! dians ot the four children under fl.OOO
PeacocK vs. d Abreu, assumpsit. xhit-bonn.
in? for plaintiff; Ashford ,t Ashford for
defendant. j
' Parke vs. Peacock, trover. Brown for i
plaintiff; Whiting for defendant. !
MeChesney vs. Cartwright. assumpsit. Moxd vy, Dec. 24.
nartweli for plaintiff. ., . .... "T "
Ah Hov vs. Larsen. cae. Magoon for , I-akal Mike Ilarvcv ; Lapana Kaawa,
plaintiff;" Attorney-General for defendant. ' W- E- fcpooner, Keiniki, 0ren J. Holt,
Corawdt vs. Femandei, trespass. Xeu- J Jr., Joe and Jim Crow, drank, $6 each,
mann for plaintiff ; John Colman, an aged lolger irf Fow-
KA?hfoUn? o the Insane
Mnnkchnnvs. 'oUe. trespass: Castle 75-vl,am " h?,tt,,0:;i' Pt
for daintirT: Brown fordef endant. i owler and Dr. . U. Tucser.
Bowler vs. Hawaiian Government, as
sumpsit. Hartwell and Whiting for plain
tiff; Attorney -General for defendant
Vbag Ko vs. Hawaiian Government, as-
Castle for plaintiff; Attornev-
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
TMi povrJer ceTr: variM. A u.itvtl or puilty
stiensth snJwholtJomeuess. More economical
than the ordioarv kinds, aoJ cannot b oM in
corapetltioa xrith ihe luultituJe ot low test,
short wishl, alun orphosphate potrders. Sold
oxlt is Caxs. Kotal Basisg POwhes Co , ac
Wall si., Xew Yort.
The ,Tohnin X.ncke Jlercmitllc Co.,
Asent,
SAN FHAXCISCU. L AL. I221-ly.
Notice of SpecUI ?artr.
'I'nio io i vr.uiif y TiTfi
JL the nuilcrflsnet be foreej .
nli!e and provided. ra
- Tnt me mnf r in c:E atirr vm
nch prtneth!l to he cocdnttnt i JSS
C1I0N.K A L'O. Thit Ihr wsfral n,.--..?
In
bn?lne! lo li ttan;aciru l tar Raiili ViJ?
e nJ CnlUraunsof i:ice..a ti uJ?7Z
ami Merchandtje U jSd UUsi of Otaa" ,
Hi '
That the prlpclpAl pIc?of ln,l3rM.,
firnxis lloaolulu, UUnJuHi3hq,ttn JCin
Street.
That Ihe nanio of all he uena!xxj &. J
ratlntr atos
Soy and L.AUI. who all retd la QmS.
Islmd of Oahu. and Loin So K, .7?-
at Kaalara, District of Koolaapeko. l.bS5
l. h n . rr I li i Tir r. rf . . . .
Chnnr Wa and Tong Hang.who rolletg n-!
luiu, ivurnti ok viaaa. ants 1. Apaa.
Chane Wal. Leo- Namind LTntKatr S
all ic-lde atKoBjt iheoHc Tn. dUlriet at S,t
San. in the Smeireof China, are a. ,
nartncm; and that the ld A. H T M x-.
llonRliaoB.ToB;C'aacSojSEit L.A!Li i
Dollars (Sa,0WLar). aad the raid LcasJrTZT
has contrlbfltcd Sac ihb of Flftcea tkJ
Dollar $I3,M.BI) t?Trnij the CsltaTsS? I
on the Firt day ol Jauiurr. A. D. lSui?? I
conllnne and be In force fortheTrmsfTvn I
Years, from said first day of Jrnasrr A.i '
Dated llonolnta. XoTeaberSl, A. D
A. II. I.oo sawk. Hoc; Qooo.
TonsChnnKaoy, UA&i;
Tons Hunsr. tan! Chan- Wa,
I.uq Sar Kan.
L..pana. by hit Atlornry la fact..UH L j
Tone Chans Wal (n). by her Altcraer (a att
Tonfr Chnnr- Snr ' 1
Lconc :vao,br hi- Attorney lo fiei. A. n,La i
Icawk,
u. racs fon?. oj hi .vnorarr la far A, H.
Busyacfcnonledrtd before Tho. XV rri.
Notary Public. Island of Uahn. the ns dire? I
vmuimitiiw. irEJd
Steamship Company
(LIMITED
STMfi. KIXAr
XaUKKZCA : 2 r Cviumaatter.
at Lahaina, Mailara Hat and X&fcrna S i
nihrtrihrM I Tim fnltnwt-. .1. .v4..b W .
midnlhr.
B RUPTURES
gjarraroTcc m tu irorU. taiunuiets mailed f re-.
rl-K.T. CO.TO! Sac'tiSt. Saa ;"Mncico.CSd. U.S.
sumpsit. .Castle for
General for defendant.
Yce Wo Chan vs. Ah Dak, assumpsit. .
Neumann for plaintiff. ;
Yee Wo Chan vs. Ah Dak ctal. assump- ;
sit- Xeumann for ilaintiff. j
More vs. Hawauan Government, assnmp-
sit. J eumann tor piainun ; J.tiomey-tj en
eral tor cm endant.
; Kale Widimaha, assault and battery
J on Aana, forfeits v25 bail.
I Joe Fernandez and John Santos, furi-
Dus and heedless riding, fO.4-5 each.
i Wed.nrsday, Dec. 2ii.
A larceny case goes over tv Jan. 3d,
; and another is discharged.
Edward Murphy, defended by V. V.
j Ashford, is acquitted of assault and bat-
i tery on Palau, as the evidence snows the
Mortgagee's Notice of Fore
closure. FN" ACCORDANCE AVJTH THE
provisions of a ceitiii, mortsaze made lij
Aula (CU). (Knra Yokl and oth?rs to L Ahlo,
datwl January S h. iSfG, recorded iu Uber SU,
pa;e 130: Notice i hereby ulven that the mort
irSee Intends to forecln-e the me for condi
tion broken, to tvl; : non-payment of interest.
NiiTicsi HfceuUe cirrn that after the expira
tion of three week- fnm tliri date, if this notice,
the property conveyed bj -aid niorty;t mill be
advettised fr rale al i'ctilic Anctlon. at the
section room- uf Jj ? .Morcan. :n lionoliiln,
on HOXDAY. the 21.-t daj ol Jat.uarj. IS;3, at
12 o'clock noon of aid dav.
Further pirtic iir- can'be had f XT. It.
TLZ.
Dated Hono'u ii L-ealier sal, ISSS.
I. All,. JIort5srt;
The prenJIe roi ereO braid Morlrraeconstat
of a certain Iarthubt in W.ifeikt. V." pna and
others to said Ania. oarml September iSth. 1SSI.
of 3 and . .-lrt) acres ferWiears fmci -aHld.te.
aUo the Baikliii? thenwti toelber wtih the
growing crop? ard Sxture inc!ndinctoul. etr.
There Is 3 2:ie Ar:t--iaH Well ..n hir pffmbr-.
il?-It
THERMOMETERS !
Bowler vs. Board of Immigration, as-1 offense committed on a different date
spmpsit. Hartwell and WhtUng for plain- 1 from that cliarged.
tin."
BAXCO.
if rrin vs. Kerr- excentions
berTerm. Ashford & Ashford for plan
tm;!iartweu tor cetenctant.
tr.ivK
Tnedar.
Friday....
TneMfav..
Friday. ..
Tncjuay..
FridiT....
Tncsday...
Friday,. . .
Tuesday...
Friday....
naxoictv
. December
.Deccairxr
. Decimbcr
... January
. ..January
. ..jacuary
. .Febrcarr
..February
..Fearaary
varca
March
.....March
IlTuesdaT.
14 Fridav....
25tTnedy
i eriuay....
lSTnesdar..
Friday..
aTnesdav. .
tF,tili
aesSay. .
siFrlJav..
laiTcesday. .
araoxoistr
..December n
..DeceabtrS
. . .Jaasary 1
... Jaasarya
. . JasaaryS
...FtbestiTT I
-. Febrsarya
..JFebrsar2
March5
- VarihS
March s
.Apf I
STMR. LIKELIKE
IIAYItJ : s : : CaBunamler.
Leave- Honolulu each ueet, far KaaaacaJU.
ICahului. Ilnelo. Keanae. Ilaua. Iliwri sai
Ktl'dhule.
Stmr.KILAUEA HOr
Ct3IKlto.V : : : Cumautiiiler.
Leave Honolula tich wcrU forPaauhia Ei
lalele, and Ookala.
STMR.LEHtTA
CI.AIIKi: : : : s Cuiuumniler.
Lcave Honolnlu each xreet for Hikau lV
Unnio3-
STAIR. M0KOLII
JIctiKlXOi: : : : louimnnder.
Leave- Honolulu cadi week for Ka-.iaitu.
Kas aio. Pukoo. Latalna. Okiirala. Lana Us
nni: llalawa.Wailau. Pelekiiaa.aBd Ka'iirsra
TICKETS per S. S-KEfAU fortis
VOLCANO : : : $50
IV. c. WiLDElt, rrutes
S. B. IJOsE. Secrcta,
Carr J. A. Kixa. Pott Sopetlnteoden:
OFFICE Corner Kurt aud VJat-ru tree' E
nohun. ' r2!
Keaomakani, Susan Kealoha, W. E.
iw f Spooner, Jas. Champion, John Harrison.
Srd fo? plat ' ttenohl, Harry Stcckwell, A. Kyan, I,
F ' Chas. Yllson, Mrs. Mary Stockbrooke,
Kahanaikivs. Kohaia Sugar Co.,excep- Kahub, M"rs. C.Polakn, Lonis. J. Puhi,
ions from October Term. 1S57. Smith for Kamakau, Joe Bostamna, Kekat, Pahia,
Geo. uibson, II. s. henmgeoar, John
Waehinalo, Ioane, Solomon, Vamey Es-
Ciias. Wilder. !
Range limited to suit our climate j
by our order. Figures and spaces '
large and clear. Tlie Smithsonian I
Institute seud out the most com- I
mon of Wilders InstnnnejiL-iasstatidards. I
For Sale Iiy
CASTLE & COOKE.
UNION FEED CO.,
DX.YLElfi III
HAY and GRAIN
iaeea and Kdinharsha
Tolopliosio 17Q
' U . d o tittr xriieit el
lista am
BO US.
LEVEY December 21ts, to the wife of L.
J. Levey, a son.
DIKD.
OLESOX At Kamehameha sehooJ, I)e
eeaiber 25. lsS. from an accwient.
Charle-, aged 12 year, eldest son of Rev.
W. B. and Mrs. Ulesoa. a native of these
iskjtds.
LINDSAY At Soath Koaa, Hawaii, Dec
23, li&. of consumption. John Uril-av.
aged 22 years, a native of Scotland.
KARRIS In San Frrci-cr, Dec ft. IxS,
Henry. Ixsored son of Mrs. S. Harris,
aged 35 years and 5 months.
SHERRY At Honolulu, Dec 2th. of
typhoid fever. AYiHiam Sherry, late over
"eerof Heeia Hantation, aged 23vears,
a native of Brooklvn, X. Y.
An liIrpident Editor.
The editor of the Courier left last
Wednesday for Augusta via Atlanta,
where he goes to attend a meeting of the
Weekly Press Association and to visit
the Exposition. He may also go to
Cbariessoav S. C, before retsrning
home. He left home with tiro collars
aad two pair of caffs, 5 and a free pass
is Ids "grip," bet be looked like he
"owned the earth.; Oar editor is bo sar
dir;. Leary (GaT) Coarier.
uon:
rilalntirT: Castle for defendant
Kapaha vs. Gihnan, equity appeal. Rosa
forjdaintiff; Creighton for defendant.
Knanalewa vs. Kipi. exceptions from
October Term . Brown for plaintiff; Smith
for defendant.
Manuhoa vs. Ako, exceptions from Octo-
, . . . i r e , - ..-- i .
for defendant.
Thurston vs. Aylett, equity appeal. ;
Smith for plaintiff; ltosa for rtefc-ndant.
Kanaloa vs. Union Mill Co., exceptions ;
Smith and Ktr-a for defendant.
Ca-tle vs. Smith, oiuity appeaL Castle
for plaintiff: Smith for defendant.
Along Vs. Kale, appeal from Honolulu
Police Court. Magoon for plaintin ; Bare
naba for defendant.
The King vs. Kuo!ni, exceptions from
2d Circuit. Attorney-General lor plaintiff;
Kosa for defendant.'
The King vs. Aiona, exceptions from 3d
Circuit. Attorney-General for plaintiff;
Neumann and Kosa for defendant.
Ward vs. AVood. appeal from Interrnedi-; primanded.
j -. .i . , - viugiiwii i 'j . iiiiii.ii, .ciitr i
for defendant. i
tall, Kealakai, John Scott, Louts Sylva,
Keahe, George McGregor, Kealoha Ka
Ianokalani and Kauhane 32 all told
were fined or forfeited from J6 to $ 7 for
Achi for plaintiff; Gastle f drunkenness.
J. Dalton, drunk in a saloon, $10. One
case of pleadingnot guilty and one plead
ing guilty to drunkenness were further
coniinuetl. These make the total drunk
list 35.
John Michea!, common nuisance in
throwing fire, crackers, 3.50.
Kalard, larceny of a coat from Thus.
Matthew, two mo'nths at hard labor and
$11.29 fine.
Feiday, Dec. 27.
Wra. Good, J. C. 3Iarcbant and Ka
makoa, o and costs each for drunken
ness. - Wm. Lamskan, same offense, re-
l-Sn.
E. 0 HA LL .& S O N
Kakaio, assault and battery, f6.30.
DIV02CES.
far) vs. Brush (k). Smith for
Ka-ne
Brush
plaintiff
Kaalernauna (w) vs. Alika (k).
torjHaintin; ltosa lor aeienrtant.
Kahanansi (w) vs. Kahananui (k).
Creighton for plaintiff; Kosa for defen
dant. Lycett (w) vs. Lycett (k). Brown for
pUtniiff.
Davis (w) v.-. DaTb- (k). Koia for plain
tiff. Kaai (w) ts. Kaai (k). Rosa for plaintiff.
't Iik Oermana In Africa.
j Coast villages opposite Zanzibar are
constantly being burned by the Ger1
mans. It Is reported that the German
Admiral is going to meet the English at
Mbdbaisa.
Bushieri, with 2500 men armed with
breech-loaders, having two guns, fordbly
occupied Bagamoyo. He intrenched
himself oOO yards I rom the German com
panies' stronghold, cutting off retreat to
the sea, and preventing the landing of
the German boats. Tlie German men-
Gregory; fw) vs. Grtgoty(k). Kaulukou
. iuiuuu. I . , , , ., ,
Kamakakoa (k) vs. Kaholo (w). Achi "?wa.r lVf o - . t fH I0WD' ae"
ir plaintiff. i etrojing the British Indians' houses. A
for plaintiff.
Kamalu (k) Xf. Waiwaiolc (w). Achi for
plaintiff.
Kashi (w) v.. Kapioho (k). Smith for
plaintiff.
The quickest pasage ever made from
land to land across the Atlantic was
made in Aasust by the Allan steamer
FaHnan. From Tory I!and, off Mo
ville, fo Belle Isle tooit 4 days, 17 hours
aad 10 miriEfes. -
decisive ensairement Is imminent.
The Italian ship Dogill has joined in
the slave trading blockade. Tlie situa-.
tion on tlie German coast Is exceedingly
grave. Tlie sowing season has arrived,
but the colonists make no attempt to cul
tivate tlie land for fear uf insurgent at
tacks. The natives refuse to work, be
cause they are afraid of being captured
and sold a3 slaves. There is dariiff tliit
i a famine will ensue. -' ? ;
Have juat received a Large -Astortment of n Good Ex. UuU " U. Haclfel
Turner. and Ship "J. c. pauger," lacludiuj:
Ilnll'.H filed l'lu aurt K render-.
Ilnr.luiirr.
Cnnl .Malrlies.
Kfro.-ue HI!.
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AsuorltMl Wire Rope, NIkIioliu aitit Coat Tr,
riteli, Onkttra, Yelloir 3f eUtI.M4sMl Uirrm
The best quality of Manila Kojie,aH sizes; Sperm 6il,Iljrictkay OiU of all kadf
Euelueer Hnpi'llm, Ttible aud Poeket rHMery.
P-lntH ad IJ. LetHcr. Klrl,r X tll'.
HUrer IMntenl Ware. Ueelrle w
IJlack and Galvanized Fence Wire, Sfaples, Sheet Lead, Sftei Cac, Galvanas
Piping Iron and Wool Ox-bow, Uall Caw' Knivs,., an,! a tlioand oik
articles thaUstn be seen, and will be sold cheaper than ever at ttw
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