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AUCTION 8ALKS.
BY E. I'. ADAMS.
LUMBER AT AUCTION!
OK -
MONDAY, JANUARY 3rd,
Al II A. M on the K.plana.lc, x lk Euroks,
Will 1)0 SOl'l
A LOT OF LUMBEfc,
Used felnMr, etc.
L P. ADAMS, Atict'r.
REAL ESTATE
IN HONOLULU.
JIV OKDKU 01' MH. JIKMtY YIKKA,
o.v
MONDAY, JANUAEY 3, 1881,
At I'J o'clock noon, on the premises,
will be fold thnt
Valuable Piece of Land
HIliMleil on thn Knntli'f'fiiiL Mid' nf Hmllli's banc, Honi
Inln, l"liiif nrljtlimllr n imrtnf f,nnl fOTiiinliloii Awaril
WKII nml Win, ilnK-il April 1", 1NM, containing area
nfftcn square fcot,
Willi all the Buildings Thereon,
Consisting of
A Mood Two Story Dwelling Houso
WITH
A Largo nml Couvonlont Storo
O.V TUB I.OWKH KI.OOIl.
For forth"1! particular. apply to
Cr.cn, HnoWN, Ksq., Attorney, or
Y,. P. ADAMS, Aucl'r.
SPECIAL SALE!
IIY
Order of Messrs. H. Hnckfold & Co.
OK
MONDAY, JANUARY 3d, 1881,
AT 12 O'CLOCK M, AT HAI.KS IIOOM,
Will he sold
For Account of Whom it Mny Concern,
BO BBLS. FLOUR, IN SACKS,
IMng unclaimed, ex lisrk Kurcka from 8 V.
Also, To Close Consignment
800 Skn Woitorn Mills Extra Flour,
JG0 IIoxoh Urond,
05 Cixros No. 1 Salmon,
12 Boxos, ito.
20 Cases " Dry Monopoles"
J'.. 1'. ADAMS, Aucfr.
R E TAIL STO C K
AT AUCTION !
ON WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5,
At 10 o'clock A. M, at Sales Itoom,
THE ENTIRE STOCK OF DRY GOODS
Clotirng,
Fancy Goods,
Grocorios, &c.
, BELONaiNO TO
., -'I THE ESTATE OK A. JHACHA1MJ, DEC'I).
E. 1'. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
MRS. POOLE'S
1'AKISIAN AND AMERICAN
DRESS MAKING ROOMS
Comer Tori nntl Hotel St., Up. Stairs.
M
US. POOIE IVOUIiT) miSIMSCT
rilLIA' call the attention ot Ladle to her very
Superior System of Measuring and Cutting',
Which cannot fall tORlvo the nrcesurjree and Brace
so esueiitlnUn IllUiiK every ll(;iue.
SPECIAL ATTENTION WILL BE GIVEN
TO '
Mourning, Wedding and
Traveling Suits.
iAdiks' hiding HAurra a spkoiaiiy.
Lati'sliratlslan nnd oilier lelidlni: Kanhlon I'lihllea-
tlonaoii hnud for customer' rufirgnce.
jr-Orders rrom lliu other Islands will recelvo iminipt
attention. I KM ly qr
C0.PABTNEHSHIP NOTICE.
Mit. y. ii. coitN wktjL anjj g. "w.
Mncfuilitno constitute tho firm r.f Cornwcll .t
On., ilnlnx imtlnos lurniiEar rmnicM ni uniKapu nun.
tation. dlntrlrt of Walkapu. Island of Maul,
Honolulu, December 1!1, leSl. 17 3t
Astiignoo's Notice.
trpilK UNUBIl81GK'l3n UAVJIs'G
I 1. lieen Aimoliited Asslenee for the cptate of Linn
Sun, of Walliiku, Jilaul, iierony i;iv noiieo lo nil per
son Indebted lo the said iulo to niaku Immediate.
payment to T. W, Ktereii, nallukii, or to ma miner'
iiluiied; and all partle rlnlmln to ho creilltorn to pro
ent their claim v, It hunt delay lo tint undersigned, at
Honolulu, Oatiil. SI. l'UILLU'h 3. 00.
Ilouolulu. llecemher l'lh. lbSl). 17
Getja.ctJry Birds
For 8lo on bonrtl tho
Swedish bark Hormlno.
ALSO
Q LIOHT BOATli.
AN INVOICE OF
Superior Manila Cigars !
I'OH BAIiE IIY
, 1TSL M. HADKFCLP CO.
Wailuku Pol Factory.
TJICST QUALITV OF I'AlAt MAXS
115 ufactiiriiUoustantly, All order Itllwl with ills-
Uiueh. ft. Ii. u.vii.r. i
iy
Wiilluku,
M'aul.
NOTICE.
A IX VUHHONS ilVJJI'iirriajJ iu
he ndcrsluneil uto rvqiteted to make, etllemciit
vllhli. wn ino-ith fiomikilonr their accounts will uo
)iut in the luuds of a collector. hkbh
Mnkawao, Nim-mber 1, NWK I" '-'"i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
W1
rjlKltKAS,TUKUIs'!)l5RSlG13D
lime by tleeil of Mslirnuieui.iiaien uec yin, iit".
Iiemi appolntnl utslKuees o( tho J.ituto hi .naiia, all
iiersointliaviiiK claims ajslust tlio said estate aro hereby
rClllCltiI I" UVru ivrinuiiuniiii rvi-...s .....i......
uJUttaUloUtottWttkluiiiit'UUlPlMJmiiato lli niIU
usluwus
11 W
bCllMllir.
IT 3t
llonnluln. December 31
lt0.
Assignee's Notice.
TIIK LTJsTlEKSlG2s'KI) HAVING
been siumlnleil asslsnw f lhi estalo of F, W,
llartcls, of Honu.tpo, hau. Island of Hawaii, Ues
notice to all person. Indebted lHln-i d c.Uto tomako
.ii.i,, ,.vn,.,iii lo ilui oiiL.ersleiuil. and nil ltaillcs
I"' claiming to be ciedllnrs lo present Ihelr claims without
delay Utiaufnc of M, l'hllllps Jt Co., ho. 11 Ksaliu.
uuuu St.
, Honolulu,
IT
A.4.OKWKSUKU0.
The Gerinania Market
HAN Ht'.KN TIIOUIUKUILY ItHNOVATr.H,
tnd Is now constantly In retolpl or tha best of
BEEF, JIUTTON, VE.VL AND L.VMU,
Vitun Choicest Herds.
Pork Sauiages, Holojuas, llcjid Cheoso, Ocrmani
Bau.gs,"'!,ly. hand. a. also the best of Poultry
"our'i'S.U.w all cut and pill lip ju Kastrrn ktylt. All
orders faithfully attended to, mid illl.v4 in any part
U'.L1'.8. .?"'' ii iiihk -b SOIIK.VUUU. Prourleto-s.
II VIU ...v. "
ATCTIOxV SAI-HS.
DY C. S. BARTOW.
ATJCTION SALE
HORSES A CARRIAGES!
OK
Tt'KSDAY, .TANIWl.V Mil, 1881,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
Tj 0rlr of Mr. WM LEW, I will te at pnbllc auction
nl the Pony Stables,
Fine Imported Horses,
Ilrnkrn to f Injjli- or ilouhlc harness or Saddle.
Open nriil Top Tlngglei,
Ono 8In""ciigci' Wngoitodp,
One (lootl Top family Cnrrlngc
ALSO
One Set of Double ami iliith Hiirnrsi,
O. S. IJAHTOW, Atict'r.
ROOMJALE.
On Thursday, January 6th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A M. ILL UK SOLI)
AN ASSORTMENT OF DRY GOODS,
Clothing, Hosiery, Hoots mill Shoes.
Lot oi 3J1TXXxxitaxx,o I
llnlr Cloth Sofa niidChnlm,
Wood ChulrK. Cane Chairs.
Choico and Frosh Crocorloa:
Tins Milk Crackers. Sodi Cracker, Asstil Crackers,
l.nlijtnrs, Tongues, I'lains, McMurrsy's l)ysU'r,
hnpi-rlor Salmon lloft of Corni'il lli'of, Sardine,
HtiKir I'ni", (Irion lorn, Itratst Chicken,
Dottle of Sauces, Pickles, Iicniljnlina Mnepar,
Hhjjs of Corn Mcul.Halt, Corn. A. other Mr-rdinnillsc.
C S IIAUTOW. Anct'r
MULES AND HORSES.
fu oititi'.iis mil i. in: Hr.i;i:ivt:i iv
Ja"W. the tinderlcned forilic pilrclinscof Mnlennd
AJ-VWJ Horses. iimrperoiial iitti nllon Klvrn tiy n per
M i on In San l'raiictsto to selecting and pur
chasing the same nicoruing to order given,
C S. IIAUTOW
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Yiilnnhlc ns nn Invcstineiit.
Itented to Rood tenant for n long period. buildings In
pood repair and plcnsnntly located. Apply to
da; iiaktow.
DILLINGHAM & GO.
37 Fort Stroot,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Hx "Amy Turner" and "Mohican," and by Kail from
Knw York via San Prnnclsru,
Direct From tlio Miiniifitcitirors !
Invoices of MOLINE PLOWS,
mtvln extra utrotiij. Hpecinlly fnr iir, an
norteil nizcri, Extra mtU constantly an
hum!.
' 1 GILPIN SULKEY PLOW.
.Towett's Wnlor Fillers & Coolers,
IcMCtt's Coolers, Jewell's Itcftlgcrntors,
Zero Hcfrlgcratnrg, Ico Oream Freezers,
Ilyi-leiilc Wnlcr I'llter (no lee required).
IDisston's Snws, Hnnd Snws,
Ono Man Saws, -Hi to 5 feet: Huck Sow,
Orent American CroH-cntSatt,lVi to 7 ft;
Saw Hack, Saw Handle
J
Mnydolo & Cheney's Hummers,
Dlncksinltlix Sledge, Cooper' and Ma
on' HammerB.
Crtrpot mill Uphdlsterer's Tncks,
"liitnain"aiid"(llol)o" Hnro Nulls, Cut
Nnll. (InUaiiUed Null, Wrought Nail,
Spikes, VGHKINS'
Light Pattern Horso Shoos.
Ohio Grindstones, I'nmily Grind-
tone, Orlndstonc Fixtures.
kllnut A Day's Axos, Ilatcliots,
Mattock, ltlcc, Oardcn and l'lantcr's
Hoe, Sluuura and Hay Forks (8 to 6 tine),
rick nnil 1'ink Mattock.
Kinsley's Axles, Seatnnd Cnrringo
SprliiRS, Whlllletrces, lnglu and double.
Bush nnd Grass Scythes nnd
Sitiath, Sandusky l'lancs nnd I'lanc Irons,
Coo' Ocnulnu Wrcnche. Anvil, Vise
Anvil nnd Vlcs combined.
Planters' Jloo Hnndlcs, Hickory
l'lck, HlcilRe, Ao nnd Hummer Handle,
Itako nnd ChUel llaqillp.
I Shovels and Spades, (long nnd D
handled), Sanderson's Slcel Stoop, Hoys'
Spado a full assortment direct from the
iimuufHCturers.
Harrows, Road Scrapers, liny
Cutter, Scales, Lawn Sinners, Clothe
Wringers, Wheelbarrow, Portable Forges,
Hand and lllncksniltlis' llellow.
IlitiKlinm Buckets, Stop Ladders,
Wooilon Tmy. Ololhespln, Wnshlioanls,
WikiI and Uoro Cards, Curry uml Slnne
Comb.
Slifikor Sookot Btooms, Btlan
Yard Ilrooms, Slops nnd Slop Sticks.
Bed Screws and Bed Keys, Englo
Ciirrlugo Holts, Holt Kuds, Holts,
Hquaro and lUvcujfou Nuts, Washers
S.tandord Itubber Hoso, 3 and 41
ply, CutbolUod Itubber Hose, Samlet ply
Ipowdbu, shot and oaps.
KEROSENE OIL,
Cnndlo ft Kcroneno Wiok, Lamps,
Chandelier, Lantern, Chimneys, Burners
rind FUtur, Keroseno OH Stoves, Wrnp
plns Twine, Tumbler, Fish Olobcs,
Nnrso Lamps,
TINWARE.
Toilet Sets, Cumnbor Pnilsj Otis.
iddores. Truts. Child's Trays, Cosh and J
Lunch Hoxes, Cako Hoxcs, Splco lloes
I'leced I'ns.Caku Inu,llicaaraiu,I)lh
Vans, lllnsliiit lins. Cullenders, Milk
Slraliuts, l'.ju; Whips, Ejrj; t'oachers,
Fuiinels, Seines, Skimmers, Jelly Moulds.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND
FULL LINES OF
Shelf Ilnnlwnre,
Aj.'riouUurjtl Imjilomouis,
Houso Furnibhin Goods,
Paints, Oils, Vaniislies,
Turjiontiuo, Ac, Ac, Ac.
ACE.NTS FOU
Tln Dnin Wneon,
Cortliuifl Wncon Company,
Ilnlliilio's ll'nrbeil Wiro nntl Slnjilos,
Httllitlio' Patent Who llono,
Ay t)i ill's Oliomicnl PuintB,
Cnlifornin Wire Work,
American Lubricntors,
Albany Ijubricating Compound,
Albauy Cylinder Oil.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
W 17 A'tll. ItUCAi, IIUUOlHlM,
SI1ILTING.
SPRECKELS LINE
FOll SAN 1'MIANCISCO.
Tim FAST CI.tPt'KIl num
J. D. Spreckels,
HAVIKJt Commander.
Will havo quick dispatch for above port.
For Freight or paMnije. apply to
ftH WM lltWIV A cn, Arent.
JTORSAN P RAN CISCO.
i. THK Al HltlTISH BAHK
$ig Lady Lampson,
k&Z5k' JIAHSTON, Iter,
Will have quick dispatch for abovo port.
For freight or pa"nj?r, opply
fit 17 C IIKKWHR A CO , Agent.
FOR SAN V RAN CISCO.
rkV,
4K
The rant Hnlllnc Katkcntlnc
TJ 31 E K A
NOnmil'nO. Slaeter,
ItilwfliJ
Will have Quick Dispatch for abovo port,
For frelilit or pnnEe, apply to
fSU 17 II HAt'KFIH.n.t CO., Agent.
Pacific Mail S. S. Company.
notici: to consi(im:i:.s.
f'Ktoits iti:'i:ivi:i at this imhit it.ii
H I'. M. S. Co' fteamer from Son FmiicIpco or
An-lrnlla will be ready for delivery at tho Steamer'
Wharf Imuudlately nfler the sallliiK of the steamer.
Consign 'e aic requcled to ncelio their good within
three day after neh deparlure or the pood will 1 re
moved to the Cintnm House at their exprnsonnil rlk.
II. IIACKI'HLI) A. CO., AKent.
Honolulu Decembers, 18NI. S'lt 15 at
'01l
HONGKONG.
The Al Swedish Hark
LONNtlUIIN. Mnster,
Will return with illrpnlcli In Hongkong.
For freight or passage apply lo
P7 II. HACKFL'LD A Co., Agenl
From Honolulu to Hilo Direct.
Tho A 1 Clipper Schooner,
2L " M A .L O JL O," 3L
(lOOt)MAN, SIASTKII,
Will sail from Honolulu to Hllo direct, and will call at
Intermediate Ports on tho return trip.
For Freight or Passage, apply to tho Captain on board,
1 or A. FUAN'Iv COOKK, Agent.
TXIVEJS.
TABLE
OF
Itl.MJ.
t I MAMTi:il
Tuesday, December 7th, ft m
.tiisisotssitsittisJIIIII I
.Circuit of llnwall
ljlln
.Hllo
Tuesday, December 1 l..i,i p in
Tue.d.iv. Di'Pember Jlsl. r, i m.
Tuesday, Diccmber SSth, f p in .Circuit of llnwall
Be- Xo i'reillt for I'iiskkc Mom-y. S
Wc poltlvelv d'-elmo ro open nceoimts for Pussnces,
and wo l'lirllcularlv call the attention of the traveling
public a thcmccsslty of Inning Hnggagc nnd Freight
plainly innrkpa; me Steamer will not lie responsible
lor any unmarktd Hnggagc, or for Freight or Parcel,
unless lteerlptl'il tor.
Freight Konoy Dao an Demand.
In nil enses of freight for partir not rcsnouslble, or
unknown, Iho freight money will bo rcquircdlii advance
l'ACKAdKS ol I.KtOOICS uml M t.V..S JUIS.
III'. PLAINLY 3IAItIvr.ll
For the pprty rtlinm they are for, or ilulnly staled In the
ricelpt to whom Ihey ni( lonslgned.
All demand for i'iuo.io or loss must be mado within
one month.
In no way liable for los or accident to live stock.
tT Huck Driver. Hoys, and such like, will not be
allowed on board the Steamer on arrival, nutll nfter the
passenger luivu been landed.
WIS W1I.DKU A CO.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
TIIK NI'LENIII NTLAMNIIIP
IIKARHOR.V. tTOMJf AMIIEIt.
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about Monday, Jan. 17.
TOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND!
THE NI'I.KNIIIII NTLASfNIIIP
ZEALANDIA
'iii:v,Lii:it. roMMAMimn.
On or about Saturday, Jan. 22
For Pre'Bht'niid I'nssnEe, apply to
SOI an. II. ItAOICFIJI.H A CO., Aeeot.
Uoott tor Nlilpmrut prr Ntenmer chii now
be Siorril, Fren ol Cimrirr. Ill tho t'lrci-prsxtt
WureliuiiHii nonr Hie NtcMiiier Wlinrf.
A. FRANK COOKE
AOKNT FOU THE FOLLOWING COASTHIIS:
Wnilclo, e Mnlolo
Wnloll. jfflM litlin,
Gon. SioRcl ji Kaluiia,
null Mniin.
l'LAO Itod with Whllu Ball. Olllco-Corucr or Queen
H17 and Nuuanu Struct. 1
PLANTERS' LINE jOR SAN FRANCISCO
C. Brower & Co. Agents.
Mcrcli.mdlpp rrrptrrd !Stiirnir l'r4.
nnd liberal cali acUanccs mntlo on nhinnicHto by this
line. TttO ly U, lUti:Vi;U (JO.
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
C. Brower 4. Co. Agents
Favorable arrainfenleots run nluiiv tin V
made for storage nnd shipment of Oil, Hone. Wool,
Hidi) and other Merchandise to New Bedford, lies ton.
New York and other Hasltrn Ports, PrVCusli inhnncs
made. 7W ly O. ItUUWHH .V CO.
3ff3 E3 3NT C3r I PT E3
Should bo without tho fur-famed
American Cylinder Cup
Of whtfJijivi'r Ten Thousand aro now In iieo.
THE AMERICAN
Is tho only
LUBRICATOR IN THE WORLD
That can be relied upon,
AM) is varkantj:i
To perform
I All that it Claimed for It.
A certain iimnhcr of drops per
minute or per hourfvMhlo to
tho )), will keep jour Cylinder
lubricated lonlluuoiisly, (The
old style or cups do not feed
continuously.)
It will pay for lt!t In furl
ever) two mouths; In oil every
hi yen to ten months; lu wear,
packing and labor every four
months.
The above, also Cups for
Shaft Hearings. Cylinder Oil
and Lubricating Compound may
be hsd of tho Agents,
HILLl.S'tlllAM CO
rsi ta m
JUST UECH1VKD!
A NUW l!v LOT OF
NO. 1 SPRING SALMON,
III Itarrt-lH mill llnlr Ilnrrvln,
Which 1 it 111 sell nt I.mv Itntis.
15 lm J. II llltl .VS. E.plaiiadc.
KNOVIXES' STEAM
AND
Vacuum Pumpi-i,
fiii: HNii:KsmMi:n iiavk ji'nt hi
m. UKIVKli per Amy Turnsr, from lloston, n full ts
sirtniul of these celebrated Pumps, which am Ku'n
t.ied to lsctsier nnd b.tter thuii any olhrr si) I ot
pump Imported, Wa call the sltuntton of planters parlk
uUrlytotha Vacuum Pump, which is less cuuipllcaltd
iulniorsiirvlcabIo ban olhtr uuimui.
sai siu
r.. . .. . r.. v.. ......... . n.
15 tr
n.
IlltlVV Kll at LU
SCHOOL OF COOKERY RESTAURANT,
Rlolutrd Street, Wtwoeu MerokaUtt east
Queen Streets.
Hoard tl per week, with fresh egg each moinlnc
For Sale Fresh Egtis. Clilckeu dressed, or re
quired. Bouf Tea, oud Soup, at .11 byurs.
r.VUI Menl TlrlirU-Va.ttO.
it 3u ALFKEU II. HOUOIITOK, Proprietor.
'jssziijL.
Qf V
M 149
H BIT v
COMMISSIONERS
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
IIY VIHTCK OK AN OIMH'iU OP
J) Sale, by the Honorable C C Harrl. Chief .Tntlce
of the Supreme Court Issued on the Mh day of January,
A
1). ISSi), the undersigned will (ell ni pnouc auction
O.V
MONIUV, JANUARY ill, A. I). 1881,
At VI o'clorlt noun.
At the front door of Allloianl lllo. all the right, title
and lnten?t tilth the ald t haile Kanalna.neceand,
had of. In or to the following pircel of land Mtuate
upon llio Island of Maul, vizi
I.rtT y. I, Sltnate in Paenhl, Lnlinlni. containing
1 acre. I rood ond It perches, near lo the Catholic
Church, nnd is planted with ennc.
I.or MO. 2. situate In Illkahl, nnd containing 2
roods and 17 perches.
LOT Ml, n Situate In Illkahl, Dahalna,' and con
taining SJ poles. '
I.r JfO. I. sltuato In Keawalkl, Lahalnn. and
containing nineteen perches. This Is the More lot sit
uate near to tho wharf.
LOT WO. . Situate in Knholllca, Lahntnit, con
taining 1 acre and 11 roods.
LOT. JfO. O. Situate In Kuliolllen, Lahtlna, con
taining H acre.
LOT NO. 7, Apann 1 of the Ahtipnni of lUnme
hame, containing. Tii'i Acres, Bij acre, of which is kalo
land, and n stream of water rims through tho centre of
same
LOT Kit, 8, Itelng Apona 5 of said Ahnpuaa situate
on thebearh.nnd containing 8 7-10 acre. fl of which Can
bo pl.inted with cane. There I aln said to be a fishing
right belonging to Ihl land extending 3U0 feet nlong
thd bench and enward.
LOT Ml ii. The III of I'nnohala nnd Knnouoku,
iluateln Wnllukn, containing 'Jil arres. Id of which Is
nine laud nnd ha been planted by tho Wailuku Sugar
Company.
LOT MO. 10. I n Lele of Pnnohala, In Wailuku
aforcatd, and contain 1 SI-IK) acre.
LOT MO. II. llelnj' tho III of Kaohe. in Wailuku
aforcald, containing li8 6i:IOilace, A portion of this
Is kalo land and a portion grarlng and wood land.
LOT NO. 12. Two whit are known a Pnaltmn. bo-
Imr f
WrfB.
two kalo patches, Blluato lnslno of Itojal Patent
LOT MO. 13, Being tho III of Manlanla, containing
8 5-10 acre.
LOT o, 1 1, Itelng a Lele of Kaiionoku, containing
3'W-1000 of nn acre, nndcomprlses two large kao patches.
LOT MO. in, llctiig the III of Puhlawaawa, and con
tains 3 61 100 acres cane land.
LOT MO. 10, Hctng the Hi of Lcmnkce, containing 3
US-KO ncre enne land.
LOT MO. 17, Situated In Knpanrl, Wsllnkn, nnd
rnntninlncnn nrea of .TB-luis) of nn ucro and comprising
two rarge kalo patches.
LOT NO. IK, The fishing right In tho Wailuku
stream. ,
LOT NO. 10. Comprise two piece of land situate
In Kapuoho, Wnielin, nnd"conlalns 2 ftS-WO acres.
LOT NO. 30, Itelng a certain piece of land situate
In Pelekunn, Island of Molokal, and contains 4 ncre
and SI I fathoms.
LOT MO. 21, lining one undivided half of the Aliu
pnna of Pcltmuku, on the Island of Moloknl. Said
Ahupiiaa contain MIA acres, the greater portion of
which Is kalo land.
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
I.-OT 7IO. i2. Helm the Jnnd known m KuIa nnd
llftlpknmnltlnn, ltunto In l'lun, llnunll. The flrhl pi(ce
contnliiH IGHncrcri; tho second piece contain h '.W ncrcp;
n tirl I Itn t ri I pi I 1 1 1. 'I nrrna u 1 1 tmi -rlnn 1 ti fl KnlilVft ti O
" is iiiiiii s"siwisrffssi .uir , 'smisi sj...js .v
lease existing on said lands, which eTplrcs April 1st,
IPS'), at an auniinl rental of 150, payable auniiilly In
auvancc; inxc 10 oc paiu uy inq pariy Homing tut lease.
LOT MO. 2.1 Helng tlio Ah'ripnaa of Knpohn, situate
In Puna, Hawaii, and containing -louo acres. S lid land
is subject In n lease which expire tho 1st day of Janu
ary, lHi, at nn annual rental of 3-i payable semi
annually In advance; taxes to be paid by thuparty hold
ing tho lease.
LOT NO. 21.
Being tho Ahupnan nnd flsh ponds of
Knlapulpuaa, situate
Ipuaa. situate behiw Kawalhae. conlalnln
behiw Kawalhae. conlalnlng nu
area of "J.VI acres, 1U5-4 of which arc lis!:
noml. ui)ieci
to n lea.e (reserving the laruest flsh Dond of I TIMOO
acres) which expire on tho -"Jth day of May.dS'lO, at an
annual rental of $100. payable semi-annually; taxes to
bo paid by tho parly holding tho lease.
LOT NO. 25, Helng the III of Annchomalu, which
adjoins the above land nnd contains an aren of STU acres,
Hi acres of which arc ll.-li pond.
LOT MO. 2(1, Being the Ahupuan of Kapalalaca,
containing an area of acres.
LOT NO. 27, Helng tho land known as Knlamaku
mu, Knna, llawnll, cnntiiluliigSiO acres.
LO r NO, 2, Situated In Wnljdo, llawr.il, nnd con
taining 1-10 of an aero of kalo land.
I.OI' NO, 20, Being the lands situate In Wnloll,
Hasitlcl. Knu.il. nnd known n Puuonc, consisting of
several largo kalo patches.
LOT NO. .10, Apann 1 of Hoyal Patent 7111, ltnatc
in Kullhlwal, Kauai, and containing an area of 1 acre
and VJ perches, all kalo land,
LOT NO. SI, Apann 2 of abovc-mcntloncUKoyal Pa
tent, containing 1 rood and SI perches.
...LOT NO. S3. Helng Apana S of Hoyal Talent No.
6'55,i;iu....ii.u'.i,.in Hawaii and containing MO of
an acru ono large kalo patch. - ,.. .. ,
LOT NO. S3, Helng Apana 3 of above Itoyal Patent.
Contains '."3-100 of nn acru of knlo land.
LOT NO. 31, Helng Apann 4 of above Hoyal Patent.
t;ouiains i-iuoi an aero oi kaio tana.
LOT NO 33, Being nil the right, title and interest
of said deceased In ltoynl Patent 743), comprising 3
piece of laud and containing an area of 1574-louo acres,
situated In Laic, Oabu.
LOT NO. 3H, Helm' the Ahnpunn of Kapalalaca,
situated in Kona, Hawaii, survey of which arc In course
of preparation.
As soon a surveys enn bo made, tlio AhiTpuaa of
Wnlpln, on llnwall, uml of Alao In Klpahiilu, on Maul,
will bo sold.
Term Cash, and Deeds at expenso of purchaser.
17 S.U W. '. I' .Villi Ii 'miuliiirr.
Marshal's Sale.
TT
VlllTUK OK A AVUIT OF
3CX-
XJ eciitlon Issued bylho Sunrcmo Court, iition n lud:
ment ngniiist Lulkl, drfenihint In execution. In favor of
Allen A. Uobiuson, plaintiff in execiilinn, for $JU 87, I
lia o lev led upon and shall expose for sale to the highest
bidder,
ON SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1871,
At 12 M., at Alliolaui Hale, the following property, viz:
All Unit lot or land situated in Kapalama, Oahu, nnd
containing !CMUO.acres, togcth"r with the (wo-story
duelling house and carriage houso nnd stable thereon
sltuntcd, unless Iho said Judgment, Interest, costs of
suit nnd exuenscs be liruvlouslr sntlsfled.
W. C. PAHKE, Marshal.
Honoluln, Dec. 21, 18b0. 17 S.O
CHRISTMAS HAS COME
AND SO HAH OOH FALL
STOCK OF GOODS,
Jut oorao to hnnd by the
Amy Tumor, Muliicun, mm Eureka.
Beside our usual full assortment of merchandise, wo
would cull iitleullou to lh follow inn Itemsi
OIL! OIL! OIL! .
The standard brands. Noonday and Douuer'H,' fresh
from tho ItcliiK rics, 'lliu Xoomlny Oil Is uf hk-li IlH
and is nun-considered IIILIIsJsT IMUIJUX Oil.
to bo hud lit lliu nurkct.
IjAltD Olli in ciaoH ami in barrels,
LUUUICATJNG OIW-Low Priowl-Ciuilor Oil,
NonU Ftwt Oil, Cylinder Oil, Chtmi) Jnimn for,
Buigkustuck uml iron work .
HaU's Steel Plows,
A full lino from No. 5luNo. U.wlthextru Shnrea and
Handles. A full car load direct from Molluo.
Hall's Hickory trash Forks,
A new article, mudo for turning trash. Pltaso
order samples to try.
Hall's Cano Planters or Covorers,
A uew tool for coveting cano seed aftur bilii
placed In thq furrow; with It one man
can do tho work of thrtv.
Dlsstoii'8 Savts, Files, Cuuo Knlvc. & Tools,
Hir.tow Stovo Company's Celebrated
Stoves, Rouges and Cabooses,
J1 riners' Caldrons, esortl.
BTUH-Fino Mncbinht'H TooIh,
PACKING-AM HUeB.
Bf'no Twine nnd Fish Lines.
Hubbuck's Faints and Oili
ila.ury's Colors In tins, (nr House or Coach Painting,
Ckuowlidgid by all good palnle.s lo by tlio y;( Mad4.
AVntcr I'illors, Ico Croiim Freezers, llefrievratorg,
Uydruulio Jacks, lifliiiK 7 tonx 'Jl inches, Hur
Uick's Fotldor Cutters, Nails of erory ilo.criptioii,
Ijok'of ovory dvscriptiiiu, Aiuoakeau Ueniino,
bv the bale or jiieco ; Amoakenj; 'I'ickun;, by the
pivcu,
POWDUU-lllastinc Glautnnd Hercules, Hjiort
l'ouder from H to X lb. litis, Giant 1'ovvdvr nud
IVrcujKtion dos.
All fur ilo cheap by
E.O. HALL & SON.
17 Corner Mills; uuil i'url Mrs-eta.
Ladles' Strangers' Friend Society.
SO Fl.ttQUKNT IIAVKIIKKNTIIK
calls of late upon the funds of this Sucltty, that Hie
Mauazcrs,.! Iho euxgc.llin of somuof tlio pruoitviut
buslutss iiicu of tin: conn lunliy, niaku lu appeal to tuo
public for funds to m .lib cum.st. t dU mauds upou tl.t
treutury of the Society. Ono penlletisn proposes lu
glvuSa'.Miiully,or$j ucriuoatb; uuoiber, $U iuiuu
ally, oillpsruiontUi aud othtrs $muully, or W s.
trr uiuuih. Tbcs c.itoutaired, a subscription paper will
t cltcul led, aud It U hu.-wd a gueruu. rrsuonso will
be gtv 5a. Kunds may bo four, rded to Mrs, b.C. Damon,
President, Mis. C. It. Hlshoii, Vice Presldeiil.or Mrs. S.
K. Hlihop. Treasurer. A subscription pjiwr will bo loft
'at tho Hank, rud another circulated. PJSH OHDKlt.
Honolulu, U.oiuUr 15, HKW. - 1 St
SATURDAY PRESS.
jAyuAiii i, m.
Dminmi ArentS Notice.
All advertisements for tha Satl'iiiiat Fnmi mnt be
sent In by Friday noon. No Insertion for the current
Issue can be guaranteed when sent In later.
Advertisers will mark the number of Insertions de
sired, from which date they charge. Any not so marked
will bo charged & months.
TIIOS. (. TIIHI'M, IlnslnessAgcnU
NOTES OP THE WEEK.
A llArrr Mew YAn lo nil.
Oun rnllRutcnor litis fnileil nRnln pcrlmpq ho
Ims roiio to KntinL
Tnestonmor Cihjof Xtir York united nt 10OT
A. M. yrstonln'y.
The Clilneso Thcnlro on tho esplnnndo vens on
on Ciiristmnn nlnlit.
A nvsn of nntiro Fcrcnnilcrs ixrambntrttctl tlio
town on Chrlstmns niRht,
AViiat Is to bo ilono with thnt ninRiiificcnt nil
(Ico nt tlio foot of Iho N'mmiui Rlrcnnt ?
Tub Hnpremo Conrt convenea In Honolulu for
tho .Inntinry Term next Mnmlny, tlio ilnl Inst.
Titr. ilctlicntion of tho nqw CLIneso Clntrch on
Tort utrcot will tnko iilnro next 8iiinlny.
Hit pnssenRers loft Ilonnlnln for Han Francisco
on AVcilnesilay by tho .fane A. h'alklnbm-g.
Titr. nrrivnla nnd ileii-irturcH of deep rc vessels
hnvo lioen very fow tliin week.
Mn. MgKinlkt of Oliio linn boon npixiintod
U titctl Hlntca Consul nt Honolulu vlco Morton.
Fourteen Christmas ilrunks woro bronRht up
beforo Vol ico JuiIko llickcrtoit last Jlotulny inorn
ItiR. Tun bnrk Kolahtiia nrrived horo j'cstcrday 2."J
days from San Francisco. 8ho brought 27iiassen
L'crs. (
YraTKnnAT wni tho birthday of Hor Majesty
Queen Knpiolani nnd a royal saluto was fired nt
noon.
Tirr. pnbllc Rchools. which have been havinu n
holiday vncution, w ill ro-oixm on Monday week,
January 10th.
Am. Railing vessels plyltiK liotweon Ihls port nnd
8an Francisco nro mnkiiif; extraordinarily long
passages at this season.
Tub KitiR, nccomtvtnlcd by Chamlicrlnln .Tndd
nnd Hon. J. K. Btiih, left by tho C. It. Illthop last
Tuesday on a visit lo Kauai.
Tnr. stoamor James itakte brinus tho news that
tho trash-houno of the Hanamatilu Plantation,
Kanni, was burnt last Monday.
TnrnR was an unusual display of delicacies for
salo at tho fish market last Saturday Christmns
and a vory largo number of purchasers.
The schooner Xrllie Merrill brottRht np forty
lepors for transfer to Molokal ! many woro in a
yery advanced HtaRO of tho disease
Am. tlio vessels In the harlior displayed their
nntlounl and company Hags on Christmas Day,
and somo of tho larpor ones ''dressed ship."
Tun south wind durint; the first part of tho week
brought oonsidornblo rain. Since Thursday morn
ing tho weathor has been clear nnd pleasant.
Tnr blnli qniriloil nnimnl known ns tho " Steam
roller" bucked through n fence on Queen street on
Thursday morning when lead out of his stable
Tumie will bo no musio this afternoon nt Emma
Square on account of military service, but tho
Iland will givo nn extra concoi t on Monday ovo
ning, Jnnuary 3d, nt tho Hawaiian Hotel.
A mrston was current on Thursday that n
Chinaman had been discovered by tho police, who
had died from small-nox. Dropsy nnd not small
pox was tho canso of his death.
A lectnro will bo dolivorcd at St. Ixmis collejro
on Berit.tnla street, on tho evening of January
lfith. br Prof. Elliah Nichols. Subject, "Tho
Lights and Shadows of Our Times."
A lAnoE number of tho Chineso who nrrived by
tho Casonmlra havo nlrendy been shipped for plan
tations on other islands. Tho Jiihic Makee took
130 to Kauai on hor last trip.
Tnr. brignntino J. D. SprteitU arrived last Mon
dav. 20 davs out from Ran Francioco. wlth.a largo
mall. Mr. J. D. Sprockets, wifo nna family and
Airs. J. Alott smitti camo uown as pnssonsors.
Tms rcculnr monthly meeting of tho Honolnlu
Criokot Club, will lm held nt tho Pacific Hoso
rooms, on Tuosday ovenlng Jannnry 4th, 1R81.
Tho committeo aro especially desirous of obtain
ing n f nil attendance.
One of Mr. Dillingham's toams consisting of
two horses and n mulo ran nway a fow days ngo
while hitched to a plow. Tho mulo cut ono of his
hind legs off by kicking agninst tho colter, and the
two Horses were very severely injnroo.
It wns our own resolution and not n hint from
anv contemporary t individual that induced us
to begin tho publication of Police Conrt nowR.
Wo nro only surprised that it was not commenced
long ngo by the older papers.
Amono the paRBont,ers for Kauai from hero last
Saturday bv tho Jtimra Maker was tho recently
Appointed Government physician for tho northern
district of thnt island, Dr. Georoe S. fitch, nnd
bis wifo. They hnvo soloctcd Kilnuoa ns their
place of residence. .
A match game of bnso ball was playod Inst
Saturdny between a club of Honolulu boys and n
nine co-oposod of recent arrivals from tho Coast.
Tho Honolulu boys camo out victorious tho,sooro
standing 17 to 5 in thoir favor.
Tnn vaccinator to tlio Hoard of Health. Dr.
Emerson was received by tho GitvofXrm Yorkn
cmantity of fresh liovino virus, and irf" prepared to
vacclnato nil not hitherto tronted, cither at tho
Dispensary on Maunakea street, or at tho Queen's
Hospital.
The bark ontsido this port on Thursday was the
whaior Tliomnt l'ov i!C days out from San Fran
cinuo. Slut had lind thrco cases of small-pox
among hor crow since leaving that port. Ono died
nnd tho other two were convalescent. Tho health
of nil others on board was reported good.
A BUti.D-.ro for Honolulu Engine Company
(team) No. 1, is being erected on tho mnkat sldo
of King street between Jtiohard nud Alakun streets.
The hall occupied by No. 1, nnsoou ns vacated,
will bo ocouplod by China Engino Company
(steam) No, 6.
An indignation meeting of natives wns held nt
Knumnknpili Church Inst Monday evening and
wns nddrossed by n number of nattvo speaker.
The action of tho Board of Health wns generally
condemned, nnd it whh Asserted that nil of the
evils which havo liefallnn the Hawaiian raco nro
directly attributable f tho foreigners.
The H. F, lhilltlht of Docombor 1st says : J' News
hns been received thnt tlio bnrk Unit Marshall
t rom Port Townncud for Honolulu, was nnhoro in
Mutiny Bny ; thnt sho got towed off to Port Town
send, nnd threw off part of her deck load. The
vessel la strained nnd has ten feet of wnter in the
hold."
The macadamizing of Fort street hns been com
pleted to King street. On Thursday the stonm
road roller was brought not and finished tlio work,
The working of this awkward looking engine wns
witncsMcd by a largo number uf spectators prin
cipally jiatlyfa attracted by the noiso.
The force of tho wind on Friday morning of Inst
week wns tremendous but its duratiou fortunately
wns short. Old sheds nnd fences were blown
down nnd hundreds of largo trees had their
branches ton) or twitted from them n jf they had
been mere vieeds. Wo hear nlso thnt n dwelling
houso wns blown from its nndur-plnnlng and
completely demolished,
Andbew Johnson, n seaman nn the J. I). Spree
leli, was washed overboard List Monday when off
Kokollead. All nttcmpU to save his life" proved
fruitless. It ts thought thnt he was caught by a
shark nil be suddenly disappeared whilo trying to
reach n buoy that had been thrown overboard for
him. Ire was n native of Sweden and leaves a
wifo aud thrco children. -
TnruK were n uumlicr of private, Christmas
treos in Honolulu on Christmas cvo. Although wo
hnvo no baautlful young trees horo of the pine,
spruco or fir species, which aro generally used fur
this purple in other countries, n largo branch of
nenefn or njgaroba makes a good substitute for a
small treo.
Two races nre announced for this afternoon At
Knpiolani Park, n runulug race for purso of S1C3
half-mile heU, liest two iu three. Mr. O. Mae
farlane enters Lndy M'CMbui and Mr. H. Ii.
Hales enters Telephone. For a trotting race
parse W-are entered Little Giant, by Mr. I.ish
in.in, Dolly Varden, by Mr. Black, Pumpkin Heod
by Mr. WlUUuis, and another nurse known a
Bismarck.
Tin Hawaiian Almv and Annual for the com
ing year compiled by Mr. Tbos.O.Tbruw la iaased
and for Bale. It is full of useful and well nrrasaed
matter and will be a necessity in every house, no
aide. Die Alma aa there aro no leas than thirty,
eight different aub'jets treated, including au old
Uawniiau legend, a recent visit to Kiluuen o, al
together, Mveuty pag of uaef ul iaforni altoa.
YT7'; ; -
It n str.iiiRa how ramanr twcoaicucxJVHirflteAl
ntiother. Inst Humlay morning, wo hciml thnt
twpiity.fvo ensps of sninll-ixix hail been iliseovertHl
n1olin tlio Cliimwo who arrived by tho Cattandra ;
ft llltlo later wo worn Iiiformcit that thorn wero
only six ami this number wn retluceil by another
Informant to two. When w went lo "head
quarters" wo found thnt thoro wan but our.
Tnr. CoiiRreRatlon of Tort Rtroet Church mndo i
hntidsomo present to their l'astor, tho llov. Mr.
l-'rear. A complete suit of parlor f nrnllnro nnd ft
pnrso of over $2C0 was deinwltrd In his houso
whilst ho was away at lunch nt the houso of n
friend, nnd n loiter tinned by 77 memliors, warmly
thaukinp; the Hnv. ceiitleiiinn for jst mlnistrn
(ions, nnd wisliiiiR him and Mrs. Jb'rcar nil tho
Rood wishes of tho senBon, added ijracofnlncss to
tho Ktft.
IitBT Moiulny inorninrr tho body of Ramnel
Hnilth, who munlerrd his wife. Kapela, last week,
van found by ono Mnlnit nl tlio foot of Diamond
Head from which ho had thrown himself. Ills
hat was found lylttR on tlio summit of tho cliff,
which was about 75 feet high, and somo dlstancn
nmuka of tho highest point of Diamond Head. His
heart must hnvo failed him as ho was nbout to
tnko Iho fatal loap as ho had wrapped his coat
around his bend, coTcrltiR his eyes, evidently, that
ho might not ronlbo the horrors of tho situation.
TnE sleamer Jamet Mnlee which left hero last
Tlmrsday afternoon on her regular trip to Knnal
encountered such rough weather outside that sho
wns compelled lo return lo this jiort, nrrlving horo
Fridny night, witli maln-pnll nnd Jib considernbly
damaged. Bho sailed ngain B.ittirdav nlioul 11
r. M., nnd returned on Wedtiesdny. Tho dejintl
nro of the LikelIXe and Kilniiea Hon for Windward
1'orts was delayed until Wednesday on account
of tho stormy weather prevailing. Had they
sailed nt tho muni lltno it would hnvo been impos
sible for them to uinko tho landings nl tho other
islnnds.
Sir Thos. Honch, 0. P.. died at F.llorbank, Scot
land, nfter nn Illness extending over sovornl weeks
lu tho Mill yenr of his age. Ilo was ns may bo re
membered, thodeslgnornndconstrnctorof thoTny
bridgn which fell on the night of tho 'Jith of Dee.
18?.i, In n terrible gale, throwing n train inti the
liver, nnd canning tho Ions of near n hundred lives.
An English Journal devoted to engineering says,
"Ono thing Is certain, thnt tho fall of tho Tny
brldgo killed Sir Thos. Honch. Ho never recov
ered tho shook. Ho has left ninny great structures
which amply testify to his nliillly ns nu engineer,
And which mark an cKch of ndvnuco In tho history
of engineering."
A i.AtioE congregation attended divine service
nt the Anglican Pro-Catliedrnl on Christ
mas Day. Tho Holy Communion wns adminis
tered to tho Hawaiian congregation nt (1:33 a. m.,
nud to tho English nt 7:39 nud nt noon nfler
tuntins. A To Dotiui csccially comixiscd for tho
occasion by Mr. Wray Taylor tho organist nnd
choir-master, nnd niriinthum "Lot us now go oven
unto Bethlehem" also by Mr. Taylor, both of
which works showed musical talent of no ordinary
class, woro excellently sung by tho choir. Among
tho hymns woro of conrso our old frionds " Adesto
Fidolcs" nnd "Hark tho Herald Angots" to Men
delssohn's mnsic. Tho cathedral was boautlfully
decorated by Her Majesty Quoeu Emma nnd the
ladies of tuo congregation. At thono churches
special services in celebration of tho grout festival
wuro held on Sunday, tho day following.
TnE monthly r.iln-falt for December nt Dr. Mo
Kibhin's residence on Bcrotnuin strcot measured
l.tlt Inches ; at tho residenco of W. W. Hall on
Nuuanu nvcnuo 'J.-'7, nnd nt Iho Ico Works In Nuu
anu valloy 1.C incites. Dr. McKibbln's record of
tho monthly rain-fall for 18o0 is ns follows : Jan.
1V.K), Feb. 4.03, Mar. 2.88, April U.a.May 0.18, Juno
H.5W, dllly ti.WJ, Allg. U 4, Bept. l.ir. wet. l.liJ, ov.
8.2:5, Dec. 1.40. Air. Hull's record is : Jan. 4.01,
Fob. 7.05, Mar. 4.72, April 3.82, May 0.75. Juno 2.03,
July 7.KI, Aug. 1.1)7, Sept. 2.WJ, Oct. 1.98, Nov. 8.fi'.,
Dec. 2.27. Mb. Wlldor's record nt the Ico Work's
Isns follows: Jan. (i.W), Feb. 10.81, Mar. 8.15,
April 12.81, May 3.12, Juno 4.85, July 10.80, Aug,
3.01, Sept. 5.53. Oct. 1.23, Nov. 0.C8, Dec. 1J. Wo
hoiH noxt week or ns soou ns possible to publish
tlio monthly rniu-fall for all tho islands in tho
group in a tabulated form. The abovo will then
appear in convenient form for reference.
Mr-onic.
Tho Hnwniian Lodge No. 21 of F. & A. M.
held their nnnunl meeting on St. John's Day,
when tho following ofllcors woro installed nnd
invested for tho ensuing mnsonio year : 'Worship.
fnl Brother D. K. Fyfo, AV. M., P. Jones, 8. W.,
G. E. Howo, J. W., F. A. Schnofor, Treasurer, J. 8.
Smithies, Seorotary, llobort More, 8. D,, Sv. L.
Hopper, J. D., Itov. A. Mackintosh, Chaplain, and
T. Tnnnntt, Tyler.
Tho Lodgo wns duly opined nt 73 p. m., for tho
dispntch of mnsoulc business, whicli occupied but
n few minutes, after whicli tho doors wero opened
to tho numerous guests t at had been invited to
witness for tho first time in Honolulu, n " publio
installation." Tho Indies, of whom there wore
nbout sixty pre-ont, wero escorted to the seats
allotted to them by the mombors of tho Lodge,
and a fow minutes niter 8 o'clock tho ltotlriug
Masto.', ltev. A. Mackintosh, announced tho object
of tho meeting. Ho then handed tho gavel to
Past Mnstcr HnBsIngor who had kindly consented
to perform tho duties of Installing Mnster, nssisl
od by Pnst Master "W. F. Alton.
Before proceeding to install tho officers oloct
Past Master Hnssingcr remarked :
"Latlfet ami aeiillemeti lliellnen: To-day, ns in
tho far distant past tho mystorios of raasonio art
nro veiled in nllegoi-y nnd illustrated by symbols ;
nud ns nn order, its intent to faithfully and honor
ably discharge nil tho duties imposed by its obli
gations, unsullied by mercenary motives or by the
liopoof npplauso from tho world, ii perhaps tho i
ciiici mm uiio ui tuo ut'.i. roatioiiH lur continuing
to shield its work'ngH from tho publio gnzo. And
yet, it is pleasant in such Kensons ns theso, to be
iiermitted to draw nside partially, tho veil, nnd
nnd boated within the walls of our temple, thoho
who aro dear to us us frionds, and doubly woloonie
ns cuosts nud whoso nresunce enn only sorvo to
tajmonhh us, thnt nn we continue firm nnd stead-
last in tuo piiucipien oi our venerable order, so
shall wo bo tho jnoro" worthy of your friendship,
your confidence nnd your love. In masonry, ns In
all other institutions intended for good govern
ment, Uiero nro thoso who nro nppoiulcd to rulo
nnd tlioso whoso duty it is to obey. The brethren
who havo been selected to AU tho oillcos of honor
in this lodgo for tho coining yuar, lire all tried nud
trno, nnu Hnvo shown liicir luitu by ttieir works in
tho past. And should any in tho labor of tho
coming season grow faint nud weary, I feel assured
that tho memory of this occasion and of those who
hnvo kindly consented to bo present ns their wit
nesses, will but servo to strengthen them anew for
the work of their several stations."
Wor. Bro. D. K. Fyfe wns then presented as tho
Alnhter elect, nnu puimciy lustalleu lu tuo uuuir.
On conclusion of this impressive part of the cere
mony, tho favorilo gleo ' Ilnil Smiling Morn" wns
admirably rendered by Mrs. Bowler, Misses Smith
ion nudClarke, Messrs. More, Buchanan, Ashworth
and Fishbouruu. Tha Wardens were then installed,
nfter which followed tho " Lnrlioard Watch " by
Sirs. Picrco and Mr. It. More. Tha investment of
Secretary nud Treasurer wns succeeded by Iho
trio " Yu Shepherds tell mo " by Messrs. ulore,
Buchnnnn and Fishbourue, and that of the Dea
cons by tho song of "Nuzarelh" carefully rend
ered by Mr. E. C. Fishbourue. The uuwly elected
W. M. uindu a brief and pitliy addriHS, more par
ticularly to the ladles, who graced tha hull with
their presence. I'.o urged them to join, tho broth
erhood, or rnther to come ns near to it ns tho Con
stitution of Masonry will permit. Ho alluded ta
tho "Order uf tho Eastern Star" which lad on
its roll many ladies in the United States nud Groat
Britain.
Tho Grand Marshal, 'Worshipful Brother Allen,
then said i "Brother Schaefvr, ourodtfo ha
ueputcu to mo mo very pleasant nuiy or express
ing to you their appreciation of the very, faithful
mnnuor iu which you hnvo performed tho duties of
Treasurer of tho liodgo for the past fourteen years.
It is well known that no faututioa can ourUh
or du roach good without funds, therefore It Is en
sontiully imiortnnt that tho Treasurer uf au in
stitution like ours nhould ben man of good morals,
true nud trusty, aud luivo the full coiitldeuce uf alt
his brethren. That v ou have this), your ro-eUetloii
and re-itmtnllnient for tha fifteenth consecutive
year to this honored nud trustworthy position, fully
proves.
Brother Hcbnefer, you hnvo scon our Lodge
Srovf from a small beginning to tho large aud in
uential bojyit now is; and our small room to
this line largo building, nnd this ppacious room.
Justly to you belongs homo uf tho credit nf bring
ing our Lodgo to Its prosont good position; your
faithful care of our "sinews of war" has greatly
ni.sl.ted to this consummation.
Therofore, iu behalf uf your bretheru of Hawa
iian Ixige, I present you with this clock, us a
token of their regard fur you as n brother, nnd
appreciation uf yuu ns an ollloer.
May this time-piece never mark the time, when
other than tho nroeent uratif vtna nrosuerilv exiata
, iu our beloved Order."
jirotner iiieu tuoii uncovoreu a nauusomo uiack
marble draving-room clock and presented It to
Brother Hcbnefer, k
Buotbkk Buiuktrra said in reply, that aa ancli
presents wero not cujtoinary iu Masonry, ho una
totally unprepared to make u rittiug retily. How
ever, hu ppreciated the f;if t and he would tlrough
uuthlsllfa regard it aa una uf bis most valu-ble
possessions, ilo fully expressed his gratitude for
this special mark of favor sliowu to him, and
cordially tlianktd thq donors toy their aensroaity,
Thtu followed the morn agreeablo qai apnraoia.
tive part of the ceremony, to the Indlea al least.
vU t dancing. The chairs were, rapidly cleared
and the spacious hall transformed into a beaulift'l
bail room, and thitty-fgar couples took their
places for the' flrat 'QuadriflB.'' Tha daoii
was continued till the siivall hours of the mornin(.
The in do was supplied by Mr. liercer aud bu
excelleut UaiuL Our tUtka ae ttoa to the. Hawaii
an I Klte lor taa kind iavitatiua . tinU.I to as,
to wituei the 1 alsllatiou. and we concratulalo
tho promotam on the novel Idea ol H waivlug all
ceremony " and avlinltting the ladies. We -Uh
the brethren a ''Happy Maaoaio Yaar." .
" A. i .
PLAjyTERS' com My. i
Wo havo just been iliovtn n pamphlet on
' OlilondorfTfl I)idlreil l'ortivlan Uiiano
ninl special mntmrcs for tlio Colonios, " liy
which It would seem ttint M n mnntiro for
sugar cano it 1ms proVcn enitlienlly micccsi-
fill ns it produces a lnrgo crop of Rentid cnncn,
rich In sacclt.-irlno malter. "
Tlio pnrtlcnlnr ndvantnp;o wo iinderalnntl, of
UiU mantiro Ii Hint It Is In n Iiiglily conilonsod
slato, so that tlio cost of transportation in ,
small Ihcro should bo nduod to It a lltlto
Btablo mnnitro and trnsh nslicg; nnd the 'innutU
ty required is only 3 to 4 pcrcont of pjtinuo por
aero; that is, with ono ton of ctmno 6 or 0 norcs
of cano enn ho Rtifllciontty tnnnurod,
Messrs. 0. Ilrowor & Oo. will rccoivo por
Htyftflycm sainplo lot of this manure, stilDciont
to ciiablo Rovoral plnntalions to tost its value;
directions for uslni; It nro nlso sent In them.
Wo nro awsro that it hns been stated that
Hits class uf stimulating manures holps to cx
liatist tho Boil this is so far Into; hul getlinK ,
n good crop of enno exhausts tlio soil, nnu
whero interest is high nnd especially when n
plantation ts in debt, it will probably pay to
oxhniist tho soil somewhat rapidly. Tlio ex
haustion of tho soil will howover depond upon
how much stnhlo inatiiiro and nicgnss ashes a
plantation can tnniingo to return to tho soil
with tho gtlntio, nn well ns how long oneh
field can bo allowed lo lio fallow, and how
deeply tho soil can bo ploughod lip to
ndvnnlngo,
Wo havo very little doubt that a judicious
uso of this m.iiitiro will help our RtiRiirplnnlorA
n good deal . Ono point that Messrs. Olileti-.
durfTs circulars mention, is that ns It piishod
forward tlio young ,cnn It might ofton got it
safely past (ho stngo when tho caterpillars at
tack it nnd generally cnnblo it to pit through
the winter months bettor.
Wo iiiidarstnml that Messrs. Hoffnttng & Oo.
nf London hnvo shipped this sample lot solely
wllh a view of benefitting our planters, and
wo think they desorvo tho thanks of the com
munity for so doing.
In connection with tho difficulty of getting;
enno to Iho mill in soma situations on Ihls
group, and also in view of tho general high
prico of lnbor, wo nro glad to lenrn that by
tho noxt regular mail duo Iho 23d inst. Mf. TI.
II. Fowler, of Leeds, England, is oxpected to
nrrivc, whoso lnrgo establishment in thnt city
is niuinly engaged in tho manufacture of light
stool mils, pnrlablo and othor, and of nnrrow
gnugo locomotives. Thoy nro nlso manufact
urers of trnction engines nnd stoam ploughing
apparatus of nil tho most approved styles, Mr.
It. II. Fowlor hns has had great exporienco in
constructing both steam tramways and steam
ploughing nppnrntita on tho Continent of
Europe, nnd ho will bo happy to comnninlcato
to our plnntors tho results of his experience.
A milo nnd a half of 21 inch gungo portablo
tramway with locomotivo from Mr. Fowler's
inctory will nmvo in a tow months lor Iho
Kilnuoa plantation, nnd n duplicate 1 miles,
nnd locomotives will nrrivo for Balo by tho
Bnmo vssol,
Furthor particulars may bo nscortaincd by
application to Mr. W. L. Grcon, Messrs, (J.
W. Macfarlnno & Co., or to Mr. 0. V. Houso
mrtti. Wo nro glnd to loam thnt tho necessary
documents to enablo tho Hawaiian Ihvosttncnt
& Agoncy Co. to comtnenco operations havo
been received by tho lust mall. Wo under
stand that the Directors in Scotland had ap
plications for three times tho number ofsharcs
thnt woro at thoir disposal. Mr. James Mci
Crindoll is tho manager of tho Company In
Honolulu.
Tub following is an oxtract from a lottor
written by a Qunkor lndy to a friend in Snn
Francisco, as to tho employment of negroes in
this group nnd wo recommend it to tho earnest
attention of Planters :
"I should rojoico indeed if nn oponlng'for
a few thousand of our poor rofugoes to earn
a good honest living nnd havo a comfortable'
homo, Bhould offer in the Sandwich Islands or
olsewhoro. There will bo somo difficulty in '
prevailing upon thorn to go. Tho wonls.
"plantors," "plnntotions," and "contracts,"
nro very unpopular with thorn, and it will ro.
quiro urgent porsunsion from thoso in whom
they hnvo unboundod confidence, to indttco any
of them to go. Perhaps wo might porsuado
them to go if wo woro to try, nntl to ofibr to
accompany them. Boforo I could conscienti
ously use my infiuonco in Jthis directiou, I
inuBtbo frooly convinced thnt it would be tho
best thing for them. I should want to know
that thoy woud bo well troated, Hint tha laws
of theso islands will bo favorablo to them,
that aaid laws will bo properly administered.
That they will be paid fair wage honestly t ,
and havo comfortablo homes, suitablo food
and plenty of it. That tho climato is adapted
to them. Thnt their childron will havo odu- k
cationnl privileges, and that thoy may havo n 4f
prospect of olovating thonmolves. Cans' t-
thou sond mo a map nf tho Islands ? Also -plonso
give me nil tho information thou cans't
on tho points roforred to. It has occurred to
mo thnt if somo ouo-in whom thoy had confl
donco could go on with one car load, stay a
littlo whilo with thorn, seo to their locating
comfortably. If they liked it they would
soon i nd ti co othors to follow. I went to Ne
braska to try to open a door in that State, and
to luro soma ofllioln there. I succeeded will; ""
whilo I wns thoro thoy wllllpgly followld,1
and I think thoy would do so, ns some oftlhcut' '..
said, '' to tliu world's end." - ,
No doubt most if not all tho reqniromeutat
which this good lady oxpocta for tho ncgrooa1 "
could bo met. -
Prom our Hilo GorrMfoadent.
Illtvo, December ZJd, 1680.
Editor Hitubdvi Pn; Wo bays seen but a.
littlo of Mokuawooweu the paat week, sad have not
seen tho stream of .lava nt all except at the extremo
end, whore wo oould boo simply a reflection show
ing that it was still moving, Heveral of oar oiUseua
went up to the flow on Monday last and retamed
'yesterday. They report tha' flow to bo about SO V
miles from here and flowing mote towards Puna
than Hilo, and any it is" moving very slowly, and !
i about 100 feet wide. The flow U on the other '
aide ( mnukn) of the 'SO flow, The present flow broko
ont higher than that ol November, and near tho
largo cone. They1 saw the end of tha stream, and
say it was a grand and awfal sight. Thoro wero
noises that sounded lih bombs banting and thai
roar of cannon. There was much amok aa it was
passing through woods and a great bums 'trees
were being burned. They eoald as Urn lava as it
came iroin tne crater, ins novemmr bow, baa
ont'.roly oenaed. They wished to proceed farther
but wero nf mid to do so on account ol the scarcity
of water. In many localities on this Island water
is very acarco, aud on one plantation there Is no
water, where previously there had been a (treat
abundance, water la unusually scarce In Hllo
and the streets are yery dasty. Mr. W. II. Lenta,
tbenble and genial manager ol tho Voleano House)
ntKllauea, came here yesterday and ralsrns to his
duties to-day. lie had not been absent s day in
eleven mouths. All were clad to see him. Thai
Volcano House would not be itaalf without him,
for he knows Just when and how to do things to
please his guests. lie says Kilauea is ahniys active;.
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