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BY E. P. ADAMS.
REGULAR GASH SALE
ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5,
At in A.M. nlHnlen Itcxmi,
Backs Drown Hncir.
Hacks Small Yellow Corn,
Hacks Family I'tonr.
Hacks California I'olitoes,
1 DRAY IIOIISK ' irAUNKSS.
ONE UPRIGHT PIANO FORTE,
Mrnle by IIOIll). t'arls.
K. 1 ADAMS, Aoctr.
At the Rcllcnco of Mr. S. B, Rose,
Cor Nimanfl and School Street.
On Monday, February 7th, 1881,
At 10 o'clock ft m , Will be sold,
On account of Removal,
Knn Ceiitro Table,
Ileilroom Hot, with Spring Mattrcis,
Crockery and alas.nato,
Klfchemearnnnd Meat Hiife,
Child's Carrloce, Ac, Ac
K. I'. ADAMS, Anot'r.
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
The rcaldenco of Tlieo, II. Davlca,
will bo fold,
THE ENTIRE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
2' Handsome Pier Glasses
With Kim Standa,
Walnut lMimofor to, Collard & Collard
Mimic Cabinet, Hook Cases, Pictures,
Kasy Chairs, Hofas,
Mahogany Dining Tahle, patent extension screw,
Mahogany Hldo Hoard, plato-glass back;
Brass, Iron and Wood Bedsteads,
Hprlngnnd Hair Mattresses,
1'ealhcr Holsters anil l'lllowa,
Wardrobes, Marble top Washstanda and Tablca,
Tabtaand lied Linen,
China Ilreakfaat, Dinner, Dcsacrt, Tea and Toilet
Cnt Olnss, Plated Ware, Cntlery,
Pantry and Kitchen Ware, Ac, &c.
Ami at 1 o'clock, the well-known Family
Carriage Horse " Kelpie."
Favorite Mare " Gipsy,"
Alao, a large, well-kept
CARRIAGE BY BROWNELL,
Park Phaeton, by Htarly;
A Light llnggy,
Harness, Saddle, Bridles,
Htab'le and Coach home ncccaaarles,
Gymnastic Bars, Ac.
B. P. ADAM3, Auctioneer.
! "..' ' Dy Order of the Trustees ot tho Estate of Lunalllo,
1 WILL SELL AT PDI3L10 AUCTION,
ON MONDAY, MARCH 28th, 1881,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, AT SALESROOM,
That valuable piece ot Land with tho Buildings thereon,
on the corner of Queen and Kort streets, Honolulu,
known as tho
Hudson Bay Premises,
Having a frontage of 123 feet nn Fort street and 102 feet
on Q.UCCU Street, Area, 69, square fathoms. Title,
Apana 2nifof Royal Patent 66M.
.. ',Thls property Is situate In the center of the business
portion ,if Honolulu, and prvsoiits an opportunity for
profitable luvestment which It rarely ofTored.
- A House Lot at Kakaako,
NEAR FISHERMAN'S POINT,
' Comprising one-fourth of an acre and fronting on the
t harbor. Title, Royal Patent TWli award, a IT; apana, li.
Plant and further particulars can bo had by applica
tion to 8. B. DOLE, Trustee; ot
E. P. ADAMS, Aurfr.
trim iMi'osiuiHi.K to nay too much in
It ( this good old standarj Pamlly Medlclue
It cannot be, too highly recommended, aa It Is truly a
Mtervel ul III" AK'i and no household should be
, without, It. It prevents a, well as cures Hkisa Hits.
mn uuitl. KlimiuislUtu, Urnvvlandall KUI
uy HUestafw. AtTictcil Liver, llvmlnche,
Malta, JUlo, Wlul, IuUUUou, Couallrns.
tluu, t'avera stud Aiie, tllcttlMaiiiHr. I.mal
lido, I'uMl Mrsntli, atid every disease brought ou or
aiUfratuleil by disordered stomach.
- vj purines the Blood, Cleanses tho Stomach and Bow.
els, aud gives the vi hole system a Healthy and Delight
ful Tone. There neicr was a rnedlc'ne for the Nursery
equal o It, and being composed yt Herbs ouly, It can
b glwu safely to Infauts, It Is a triumph lu lucdlclnt
harmless, vet cfflcaclout. Invaluable lu the family, on
tho read, at aea, aud everywhere,
ror sals.by all Druggists, aud at wholesale by
. 810 McLKAN llltOS.
FRANK II. AV8T1N & CO.,
Commiswion Merchants and For-
OHm'N. W alirrnU St., Sum rnuiclM.
- Consignments from the Hawaiian Islands desired.
,Tb llel Price Warranted, and bales Uiiaranteed.
Wailuku Pol Factory.
BKST QUALITY OF PAIAI MAN.
MfcturwleotnUjr. All ordcrj lied .with dU
tweVi '1 . -I .i waajtuw-aiu.
BY C. S. BARTOW.
Superior Carriage Horse
Saturday, February 5, 1 88 1 ,
AT 13 M., IK ritOST OF SALESROOM,
-Will he Soldi
A Good Carriage and Saddlo Horso
Of tlio well known Knhnku Hreed.
C. S. BARTOW, Anct'r.
EST lloom Snlo advertised this irrck for
Wednesday will tnkc plncc nl Snlcs Itoom
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. WILL BE SOLD
AN ASSOimiENT of DRY GOODS
Woolen Goods and Clothing,
3T" o rei Xx GoqooxvLos,
Or Boat Qunlity.
Tina of Oysters, 1 anil 2 lb.
llest hirdlncs, Lnnch Tongne,
Superior Salmon, Sugar 1'cas and Corn,
Lobsters, Corned Ilerf,
Doxes of Tea, Candlea, New Zealand Soap,
Hags of Corn Meal,
Boxes of Starch, Hams, Ac.
A Lot of New Mexican. Saddles,
IlalUrs, Hitching Strap", Ooat and Sheep Skins.
AT 12 O'CLOCK,
A Black Horso, broke to Harness
O. 8. HAKTOW, Anct'r.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
On acconnt of chance of residence, will bo
offered at Public 'Auction, on
Saturday, February 12th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK JL, at SALES KOOM,
The following Dcsiralilo Property !
That portion of Land situated tn tlio rust of Punahou
College, on ncil by A. Marques, who has enrlebcil a desert
of moit fertile foil by thu treasures derived from nn In
cshauslnblc flowing well, nppl)lng a yield of over
0 1) gallon per hour of the purest water lor Irrigating
and drinking purposes.
Tho property will bo offered In two lot.
Lot 1st contains about 8 acre of beat Irrigable bottom
land, audi I acres of excellent high pnslnre grounds,
together with the artesian well and n bcantlfnl new and
extra solidly built dwelling, two stories high, with
tine view of the sea over Wnlklkl, containing 12 Urge
airy rooms, wim picniy m i;aincis anu siore-rooms;
and an nltlc of threo uiile servants' rooms, also, out
side kitchen, carriage house and other' ottl-houacg.
0er WM) Ilanana tres and plenty of nlgeroha tree
arc already growing on tho land, which arc entitled
tn half of tho water flowing from the well.
Lot 2 contains nearly 7 acres, all Irrigable, now leased
by a Chinese Company for Ihe purposo of a vegetable
garden, for a term of nine years with the right of half
tho water from the artesian well sltuntcd on Lot Jio. 1.
Al the end of tho said liase all the Improvements, nnd
especially the frnlt trees to be planted by the Chinese,
am to remain for thobeneflt of the owner.
Ilnth lota have been carefully drained nnd o.snml
against flooding by ruin water; both lots are nicely
fenced In, and both lots now bordering on the carriage
road leading from llerctaiiln street to Sylta's Itanch, Tn
Manoa Valley. will have access to the new street,
and ontlct to be opined on the Punahou lands toward
Punahou street, which will render both ports of said
property valuable for building lots.
Title perfect. Deeds at tho expense of purchaser.
Tho abovo property If not sold as above will he offered
In suitable building lots with water privilege. Plana
of which may be seen at Hales Room.
For further particulars apply to
U. S. BARTOW, Anct'r.
ONKCOTT.VUi; PIANO, A fJOOIa
l tnned Instrument.
O. 8. flARTOW.
MULES AND HORSES.
oiiiiEKN wiiii, in: ui;a;ivr.ifc nr
the tindcrM trued for tho nurchat-Qof IMulm m
Hornes, turn personal ultcntion ;cu by a jici-
oii in Dan rncitt.n io re ipciinr anu uut
cuaainc mo pamo accorainc io orucr civen.
fc. S. BAKTOW.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Valuable as an Investment.
Rented to good tenants for a long period. Buildings in
good repair and pleasantly located. Apply to
REFINED A. NO. 1 SUGAR
Pratical Confectioner & Pastry Cook
Pioneer Steam Candy, Factory
Lemon and Tamarind Syrups always on hand
37 tv m cv r-1 n cis
Put up In A. No. 1 Rcllnetl Sugars, highly
recommended for Sea voyages.
American, French, English
Made to Order at short Notice'
Wadding Cakos Ornamented.
In the highest Stylo ot Art.
Rich fresh home made Chocolate Crcaatt, Cccosnnt and
Xo. 71 Ifolol Ktrcct Let. KunaiHs aad Towt
no ly gr
Nos. 76 and:78 Hotel Streets
HART BROTHERS, Proprietors.
llourd bjjtho Diiy, Wcok or Trauslont
Cigar, Citjarettes and Tobacco,
Soda Water and otlier Iced Drinks.
Meals Served in First-Clasi Stylo
AT ALL IIOUUS.
UENKYJ.IUUT, 625 0 ELLIS A. HAKT,
ARTESIAN WELL TUBES,
The Honolulu Iron Works
Is now prepared to
FURNISH PXICES AND SHOW SAMPLES
National Tube Works Co'i Works,
Anil to make ruulracu to deliver It lu large or small
quantttha In this city. B iW if-
Jut io bud Es "Eureka.," and (or SaU by
tho UtuUnigtied, '
100 Mis. Prime Flsitatta Sslmoa
At A Loitmi Markti Halts.
M ... .... THSO. H. DAVIU .
From Honolulu to Hilo Diroot.
The A 1 Clipper Schooner,
Will sail from Honolnln to llllo direct, and will call at
Intermediate! Ports on Ihe return trip.
For Freight or Passage, apply to the Captain on hoard,
1 Ml or A. FRANK COOKE, Agent.
A. FRANK COOKE
AGENT FOKTHE l'OLLOWINO COASTERS:
Wnllolc, ? Mnlolo
WfUoll. Jkf( xaiiu,
'Wnlolin, ffjlViV Wnlmnln,
Oon. SIorcI of; JSZ, Kriluiirt,
FLAO Red with While Hall. Onlco-Corncr of Qneen
Itlt and Nnuanti Streets. 1
Jil.XJ, i t MAMl'llIt
Tuesday, Februiry 2t, ft p m Hllo
Tuesday, February Mli.5 p m. Circuit of Hawaii
Tncdsy, I'ebrnafy Him, B p In .(.....llllo
Tuesday, Fehrtiary !iicl. 5 p in Circuit nf Hawaii
Tuesday, March 1st, 5 p m ...Ililo
Tnedsy. March 8th. 5pm Circuit of Hawaii
TrttiUy, March 1Mb, B pin Hllo
T'levlay, March Mnil, 5 p m Circuit of Hawaii
Tuesday, March SVlh.ftpm Illl.i
oir i t'roilll for I'iiiniikc ,tl iiiii-j . Tin
Wc positively iliclinc m open accounts for Passages,
and we particularly call the atlnntlon of the traveling
public to the ne-esslty of having llnggage and Freight
plainly morkid; tho Steamer will not bo responsible
for any uninarkid llnggago, or for Freight or Parcels,
unites Ucci'Hiicd mr.
Freight Jrlonoy Due on Somand.
In all cases of freight for partita not responsible, or
nnknon n, the freight monej- will he required In advance
l'AOK.WII'.N t I.KtltltltS mill tlNKN Jl L'M
111! IM..VIM.Y M.tltKi;l
For the party whon they are for, or plainly staled In the
receipt to whom thej- art consigned.
All demands for dumaguor loss must bo made within
1 ii no way liable Sot loss or accident to llv c stock.
r" Hack Drivers, tloys, and such like, will not he
allowed on board the Steamer on arrival, until after tho
pnssengers hae been landed.
Ml WILDER & CO.
PACIFIC IflAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
THE NPI.KNIII HTKAaiNHir
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or abont Monday, Feb. 14.
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND!
THE HPT.KXnm KTr.AMKlllr
CITY OF SYDNEY !
On or about Saturday, Feb. 19
For Fre'ght and Passage, apply tn
Bit an. It. It ACKKl:r,r & CO., Agents.
OimiiIh lor Slilpmriit per Mlrmiipr cim now
(in NtursMl, t'reo ot C'linrKr1. In the Fireproof
Wnrplioiiwr ncur ln- Mriuiu-r Ulinrf.
PLANTERS' LINEfOR SAN FRANCISCO
C. Browor A. Co. Agents. tt
Merchandise recelvrd Slorniro rrn. sCvvli
nnd liberal cash advances made on shipments by this
line. TSii ly C. 1IREWER A CO.
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
C. Browor & Co. Agents. 5t
.." VnvAraKIn fiminnnmisn tm ttmrt ! sn. Kn iTvtt
- HIVIIIVIU 4ISItaill(l.l(S,0 Ulll l IV ii J f UJ X ;
made for storage and shipment of Oil, Bone Wool,
Hides and other Merchandise to New Itcdtord. Boston,
Now York and other Eastern Ports, t55Cash advances
m.ule. 780 ly C. WtKWEU & CO.
57. S S 2 5-3:
-, B CS
r3 en cj Z
e '4 JZ
m iJ Fwd4
c Eq e 5 -fi- o .
JiG es e &- Uw
5 if t"0 C (y- (SSI
el xv aiian
TELEPHONE COMPANY !
lNt'CIRlOltATi:i DEC. ao, 1880.
11. A. WIDKMANN PnnsiDKKT
S. O. WILDER Vicis-FnisiDENT
C. O. RHRORR Hicritaiit AX!) TliElsuillll
WK AIIK NOW lll:iAIIKI TO Nl'.f.I. It
rent to th public for private purposes only, com
plete outfits of Telephonic Instruments of tho latest
pattern 8, Including the celebrated 'Make Transmitter.'
We wlli also furnish estimates to erect private Tele
phonlo lines on the otlier Islands. For particulars,
apply to O. O. IIKRQKK.
SO Urn Hec'y Hawaiian Bell Telephone Co.
PER LIZZIE IREDAIsZ.
FOR SALE I1Y
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGEE & CO.
The Germania Market
HAN HKHN THIHOIKJIIL,T KKMOVATED.
and Is now constantly lu receipt or the best of
BEEF, MUTTON, VEAL AND LAMB,
From Choicest Herds.
Pork Bausagec, Ilolognas, Read Cheese, German
Sausages, Ac, always haud, at also the best of Poultry
Our Heats are all cut and put up tn Eastern style. All
orders faithfully attended to, ana delivered In any part
of tho city,
17 Cm RAUI'l' X HCHHADER, Proprietors.
IN IIRR1-.IIV UIVKN TO Al.I. PKK.HONN
that at a meeting of Htockholders of the Hawaiian
Hell Telephone Co., held on the fith of January, 1WJ1, It
nasvotcd to accept the Charter of Incorporation granted
to them and their associates and succc.sors, uuder the
corporate name and stylo nf the Hawaiian Bell Tele.
fhone Company, ou theWth day of December lb.SU, aud
hat the Corporation under said Charier prganlicd lt
self and elected the following officers, vli i
l'rtsldent.. ...,,..11. A. YYIdemann
Vice 1'iestdeut H. 0. Wilder,
Secretary and Treasurer,,, ,.,,...,,0, 0. Bergcr.
Auditor J II. Paty.
O. 0. 1IKKQER,
SO lm Hec'y Hawaiian Bell Telephone Co.
AT A MEtrt'IMs IIKI.O HY TTIK KII.ASJEA
Sugsr Company In Honolulu on th lbth January,
lbSl, the following oihcers were elected for the coming
Edward P. Adam President.
It A. Macfle. Jr.... .,.,......,,.. Vice President.
Hanfonl 11. Dole. Secretary.
II. W. Schmidt...,,.,,,,,,.., Treasurer.
Wni. U Ureen,,...,.,,...,..,.., Auditor.
St U S. II. DOLE, becretary.
O. P. WARD,
ftf MKIil'IIAT AMI 77 Qlir.KN HI.,
tfx or at Ward's Dray bland, orlera for tale
l'iro Wood, Clmrcoal, Salt aud White Sand,
In Quantities to Suit.
25,000 Gals. Oak Casks nearly new,
EX J.D. 8PBECKEL3.
75iBMt Mm leaf.
SO 4 Prim Mmc Frk.
.2Jft3 5sr..s a
CHRISTMAS HAS COME
AND SO HAS OUR FALL
STOCK OF GOODS,
JbdI como to hnrnl by tho
Amy Turner, Mohican, nnd Eureka.
Resides onr usual fnll assortment of merchandise, we
would call attention tu the following ltemei
OIL! OIL! OIL!
The standard brands. Noonday and Downer's, fresh
from the Hcflner'e. The Noonday OH Is nf high tet
and Is now considered Till: lll-NT 'AMII,V Oil.
to Lo had In tho matket.
IjAUD OIL In ca"m nnd in b.lrrcln,
LUHIUCATINO 01IiJ-Ix)W l'ricod-Cnglor OIL
Nents Foot Oil, Cvllnilor Oil, Chcnp Jnpan for
BmokCBlnck nnd Iron works.
Hall's Steel Flows,
A full line from No. B to No. 1-1, with extra Share and
Handles. A full car load dlrectirom Mollnc.
Hall's Hickory Trash Forks,
A new article, made for filming trash. Please
order samples to try.
Hall's Cano Planters or Covcrcrs,
A new tool for covering cane seed after being
placed In the f nrrow j w Ith It one man
can do tho work of three.
IMsston'R Snw.i, I'lp, Cnnc Knives & Tools,
IlarstowSlovo Company's Celebrated
Stoves, Eangcs and Cabooses,
Farmers' Caldrons, assorted.
STUII-rinn Machinist's Tools,
Seino Twino nnd Fish Lines.
Hubbuck's Paints and Oils
Masnry's Colors In tins, for House or Coach Painting,
acknowledged by all good painters to be tho Jlctt MaiTe.
Vnter Filters. Iro Crcnm Freezers, licfrltjcrntors,
Hydrnnlic .TncltR, lif tins 7 toni 24 inches. Hnr
lick' Fodder Cnttors,Nnilsof ovcry description,
Lock's of every description, Atuoskctid Denims,
l)V tho b.alo or piece ( Amoskcnp; 'Xicking, by tho
POVDEH Blaslinp, Ginnt nnd llerctiles, Sport
l'owder from f to 35 lb. this, Giant Fowder and
I'croussion Caps, .
All for sale cheap by
E. O. HALL & SON,
17 Corner King mill Fort Htrrctsj.
TASTY ! TASTY ! TASTY!
THE BEST CIGARS IN THE KINGDOM
run tiii: moni:yi
Every ono that wants a Coral Cigar goes to
New Invoice Just Arrived
DIRECT FROM THE FACTORY.
FINEST, BEST AND CHEAPEST
And different Rrands and Prices.
KASYI HANVIl In Boston, a short time since,
two brothirs departed this life at n great age one OS,
the other IU2. They weio Inveterate smokers, and this
Is the secret of nlli They prepared their Tobacco them
selves. MARCHANT has tho lecclpt, and puts up tho
All kinds of Smoker'sZCoods
lOAN BE FOUND
AT MARCHANT'S, No. 78 Fort Street.
N. B -Jly motto this year Is, Trust In COD; nil
others must pay C'hwIi. 22 lm
STEAM ANDJATER PIPE.
AVe would call tho attention of those requiring Tlplng
to our large stock of
154,000 Feet On Hand!
Black Welded Steam Plpo to" In. diameter.
Oalantzed Water Pipe M to a lu. diameter.
527" The above at Moderate Prices.
THE HONOLULU IRON WORKS COMFY
SEIBERT'S AUTOMATIC STEAM
FOR SALE BY THE
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO
This little apparatus nils tho cylinder constantly and
perfect!. Ho little oil Is used that a saving of oil and
wear equal to four times its cost may be (.fleeted In ono
Pint Size, $43. Half Pint Size, $30.
8.T0 2 3m
MRS. A. M. MELLIS,
Foahlonniilo Dross and Cloak Maker,
101 Fort street, Honolulu, II. I.
S)0 SU ly
n. E. wnmrEr. Established 18VI. j. w. llOIlEIlTsof
WHITNEY & ROBERTSON,
(Successors to II. M. Whltniy)
Importing and Manufacturing Stationers,
Publishers, News Dealers, Book-
Bindors and Paper Rulers.
ID & XI Merchant Street, Honolulu, II. I. 83G SO
F. T. Z.ENEHAN & CO.,
Importers nnd Commission Morelianta,
Hl.'i Nnuanu Street, Honolulu. l'J
S. M. CARTER,
Agent to take Acknowledgmsnta to Con
tracts for Lalior.
Office at P. M. S. Dock, Esplanade, Honolulu, II. I.
K)l 15 ly
TVIR. -V. I,. GISKEX AND MR. II.
Jl MACrARLANK will act for me, and my firm,
under a Joint Power of Attorney, during my temporary
abaence from this Kingdom.
O. W. MACFARLANE.
Honolulu. Jan. IT. 1881. KM 21
I it j-jii3iijLuvm ao AUXJIVnV
-W- -T TIDTTlf VT -wo a wTtwrv't'
i.vL IZED to sign our firm name, by procuration,
from this date.
O. W, MACFARLANE Co.
Honolulu, Jan. IT. 1861. 836 SI
A0T1CE TO CliEUlTOllS.
A I.I. PKItNONN CI..IMIM) TO BK CRCD.
tlorsof Tung Alo, of Haiku, Maul, are hereby re
quested to present their bills to the undersigned without
ileluy as n dividend Is ready to be paid. Claims not pre
sented will bo barred.
ED. IIOFFSOHUAEGEH & CO.,
23 St Assignees.
T'lIKRE WITjTi 3JE A MEETING
X ot the Hharcholdera of the Kaptolanl Park Associa
tion on Monday evenlnj', February Slst, at "H o'clock,
at the Armory, Per Order.
Stf t BBS 8t II. MACFARLANE, Secretary.
TIIR PARTNKltMIIIl KXIHTI3fn CSslER
the name, style and tltlo of Hrant, Nicholson it
Brlgstocke, has been this day dlssohed by mutual con
sent. W. FORSYTH ORAMT,
O. H. IIRKimOCKK.
II. WUAI.I.KY NICHOLSON.
Kllanea. Kanal. January 15. 1M. :'i St
Tim: vNisKHiHN:n iiavinu m.r.?f ap
. pointed Assignees for the Estate of Alona, uf La.
halna, Maul, hereby give notice to all persona Indebted
to the said e stato to make Immediate payment to It.
Nowlon, Lanalna, or to tho undersigned; and all persons
clatmlug to be crtdltors, to present their claims Imme
diately to the underslencd at Honolulu, Oahu.
ED. HOKFhCHLAEUER & CO.
Honolulu, SStb December, 1ft). a lm
Fop Sale or Lease.
ADKNIHAHI.K 1 Vf.HrjlKNT.-The Well.
known premises ot the undersigned, situate ou
King street, together with the furniture, etc., of the
same. If dsslrctl. The bonsu has II rooms. Is In good
order, and is well-furnl.hed throughout, thus giving an
excellent opportunity to parties dc.lrou. of continuing
lta lnng-catabllsbid business. For further particulars
apply to It tf THOU. A. THRUM.
AIiTj ACCOUNTS DUE AND OW.
IMl lo the PA0IF1O COMMERCIAL ADVEIt
TIBKltomce up to and Including thvlUthdaynf August
Must ba settled with J. U. Black only. All Indtbtednet
up to the same dato will bo settled by
J, II. BLACK.
Honolulu, August 23, I860, blT-'J
FOR SALE !
20 Tom China Nut Cake,
KOU KEKTIMZINO PURPOSES,
In Quantities to Suit,
8 13 M. MAVKt'EMs CO.
Direct from Bofttoa aad New Bedford
Ex bark Amy Turner, w have received
COTTOX Hltt'K SON. 1 TO 10. OITTSW
Ravens 6 an. to 10 oi. CotlonSall Twine 5. 6, T and
8 ply. New Bedford Manila Cordage, sites from 1U to
& Inch, eisal Rope, u, V and li thread. Snunram.
8 yam and S yarn. Homelln Beltlnc, , . I sod 13
tamaa. wawsV- ass oars, sues from a to w feet,
All of which will b sold M low m can ba bought la
TW UMIK A CWfrsTAa.T Wnf
nlshad Boonia. A&dIv al Ko. A Gaadsm Lua. tssu
, dttOrt(Mis)VlMUMNl ' ' ' .,
U hs pte used Ills Mijty the King tn make ihe fol
lowing appointments to the Royal Order of Kalakanat
His Excellency WitttAs Nivtds AnvsTituici, Orand
Th( Ird Chamberlain, CotonM, the Hon. CntnLrs
H. Junn, promoted. KnlghtCommander.
The Hon. W'ALTan Mumur Uibsoi, Knight Compan
1". lolanl I'nbce,
21 St ,la. loth 18S0.
FimnuMiy 5, lesi.
Business Atjont's Notice.
All advertisements for the bATtinuxv Pnr.ss must bo
sent In by Friday noon. No Insertions for the current
Issue can bo guaranteed when sent In later.
Advertisers will mark the number of Insertions de
slnd, from which date they charge. Any nut so marked
will be charged fl months.
THUS. (1. THRUM, Business Agent.
HOTES OF THE WEEK.
Monday, Fctirnnry llth, In St. Vnlonllno's ilny.
Two c.tscH of jmnUpox nro reported from Knliu
'I'iikjje woro no cases on tho l'ollco Court docktt
A NUMnnrt of vesich from forolgn jwrtn should
nrrlvo lioro this month.
EiaitTtnN iviRsonrjers loft hero for California on
tho Kaliihina lnsl Wcilnesdny.
A NUMnr.n of tho largo trees ill front of II. II,, It.
Keolikolani's p.ilnco wore cut dnwn Inst Wcdtics
dny. Next Saturday tho lL'th, li tho soventh nnnivor
Hiry of tlio nccoaslon of King Knlnknua to tho
A riEOC&An business mcotiiirr of tho Library nnd
Reading lloom Association will bo held this oo
niuR nt 70 r. M.
The steamers were uiriblo to call nt a number
of planes on thu other Islands last week, owing to
tho severity of tho weather.
The threo-mnstod Hchooner A, P. Jordan arrived
in port yesterday, 81 days from San Francisco,
bringing a largo mall for tho l'ost Office.
The wind has been quite, violent on tho other
sido of this Island, and on Sunday last a church
at Knncoho was blown from its foundation.
The salo of lands belonging to thn Knnaina
citato on tho Islnnds of Molokni, Maui, Hawaii nnd
Knuai, on Monday lnsl, roalired $23,1)59.
The workmen engnged In macadamizing Fort
street aro now boyond Ileretannia Btreet, nnd tho
street will soon bo completed its full length.
Extbess licenses nurabor3 5, 7, 35, and 119 havo
been rovoked by tho Minister of tho Interior, on
account nf tho holders disobeying instructions of
Tunnc will bo a called meeting of Lo Progrcs do
l'Oceanio Lodge, No. 121, A. F. nnd A. M., at tho
hall of tho order on King street, next Monday ovo
ning, February 7th.
The Chinese theatro on tho Koplanndo has been
in full blast this week nnd last, nnd residents in
that vicinity havo been treated gratis to tho
melody of oriental music.
Tub small-pox has nt last got among tho resi
dents of Honolnln. Ycstorday n young whito
boy nnd a Nntivo from tho same part of tho town,
were found to havo tho disease.
A Btwen of Koao bananas, n peculiar kind hav
ing green and whito longitudinal stripes, from
Mr. l'aty's place, wore on oxhibition nt Whitnoy
& llobertson's bookstore, this week.
Last ovening eight now cases of small-pox woro
reported on Kukui street, making ten in all
two whites nnd ton natives amongst tho residents
of Honolulu, and not including Chinese.
Peoile on tho other Islands wero very lato in
getting tho United States nnd European malls
this mouth, owing to tho non-arrival of tho Zen
landia beforo tho Island steamers left Honolulu
Last evening a death from small-pox was re
ported on Nuuanu Street, between Beretania
Street and Kukui plnce. Tho victim was a half
whito woman named Lilia, and when found was
past medical aid, dying shortly afterward.
The rainfall for tho mouth nf January at tho
Ice Work in Nuuanu vnlloy, nn measured by J. K.
Wilder, was .1.90 inches nt Vf. W. Hall's on Nuu
anu avenue, 2.19 inches, and nt Dr. It. McKibbin'a
on Beretanuia street, 2.119 inches.
One thing tho harbor of Honolulu is sadly in
need of is a tug-boat a real tug boat. Thuro
wore four deep-sen vessels lying horo during the
coutitiuanco of tho late Konathiit woro ready to
sail, but the Pelf could not tow them out. A tug
boat could havo taken them out without difficulty
Tin: heavy southerly wind which prevailed last
wook and Ihe first three days of this week, wns tho
most sieie and longest continued of nny wo have
had this soason. The mot crncnt of local steamers
and achooaers was mnoli interfered with, nnd a
number of tho lattor duo from other Islands were
tinnblo to mnke port. Sinco Wednesday morning
tho weather haa been quito pleasant.
The Koim which set in early last week con
tinued until AVednesdayof tho present week, when
most of tho vessels in the harbor loft, it being tho
nrHt favorable opportunity for nailing. There
were nboat twenty departures in nil four squaro
ripged vcbsels, soven coasting steamers, and the
remainder Island schooners. Business was'very
livoly along tho wharves all day, but tho departure
of bo many vessels left tho harbor quito baro of
At tho last regular monthly meeting of Hono
lulu Royal Arch Chapter No. 1, the following offi
cers wero elected and installed for the ensuing term,
viz t H. P., A. Mackintosh i King, O. West t Scribo,
. P. Adams; Captain Host, O, Williams; Princljud
Sojourner, D. Dayton ; lloyal Arch Captain, II. It.
Hollister ; Master Third Vail, H. Mclntyre ; Mas
ter Second Vail. L. Marchant j Master First Vail,
i:. B, Freil l Treasurer, Jno. S. Wnlkor ; Secretary,
J. M. Oat, Jr. ; Tyler, Win. Bibcock.
FoitowiKfi is the programme of the Band con
cert at Emma Square this affornoon at 1 o'clock ;
March Queen Kaplolanl ...Berger
Overture Peter be limoll, .....,,,...., ,.. Weber
Prayer Moses In Egypt,, .w Rossini
Selection Tho Troubadour, Verdi
Waltz -The Ofllcers,.... , Conto
Quadrille Tho Royal Middy, (ueiv),,.,, ,,,,Ucneo
The next moonlight concerts will take place on
Friday nnd Monday etvuingB, February llth nnd
llth, nt Emma Square.
Tbb following is tho record of the proceedings
nt the Police Court for the weeks Mary, w.,
drunkenness, pleaded guilty and was fined $5 and
ft costs. Joe Howard, same charge, was fined 95
and fl costs. Moepeuo, k., drnnkonnesa, for
feited $6 bail. Lee Chong, heedlnsa driving,
pleaded guilty and was lined tlo and 91 costs. I).
Kalaikou, drunkenness, forfeited U bail. Alain,
c, found to bo tnaano nnd committed to Insane
Asylum. John Pulua ami Kawai, drunkenness,
s?m kfAl4 n.l An Ihnfl aTl.m Xlfsltarsnli jlvflft l Atssi An a
sentenced to two months' luiprisonmeut at hard
labor, and costs taxed nt fl.
The Chinese New Year holidays have come nnd
gone. Early on Friday night of last week the
celebration was commencod by the firing of fire
crackers nnd bombs nnd was continued until Mon
day. At night the Chinese quarter of' tho city
was illuminated with Chlueso lanterns. Their
business establishment wero closed until Mou
day, nnd our Celbatinl friends kept open houaes,
and ruanv of our citizens shared their hospitality
which, on this occasion, was unloundcd. Olio
fact worthy of mention in, that we did not soe nn
intosicatfd Chinaman in town during their holi
Ms. S. N. C-vrus bait tendered his resignation
as Trustee and Treasurer of Oahu College, " ad
vancing years, increasing inflnuitcs and dimin
ished strength, admonishing him that he mutt
throw off a portion of the cares) and reaponsibill
UeewUku he had bora with elaasore in times
past." Mr. Castle haa been Traaaurar and a
Mbar of t Board of Trust a is of the oollege
oat of the time from its Uuwptioa in 180, a long
trlod devoted to a good oaoae, aadctainly
deeervM a NhMM (r ! oam awl nfoti;
WlUy. V .
AxoTnrjt ship load of Chinamen, another im
portation of small-pox. The Chlneso steamer
Mtifoo after a rapid run from Canton, PJX Jays
arrived in this port with 7W5 passengors amongst
whom wero six cases of small-tiox, four in tho con
valescent stage, two in tho height of the disease,
ono of theco two being n very nerinns case. Tho
Bhlp nnd nil belonging to her wero Immediately
quarantined, nnd every passenger examined. Thoso
who wero distinctly pitted with Hninll-pox, nnd
amongst whom them appears to bo little risk of
nn outbreak of tho disease aro detained at tho
quarantine station on rishormau's Point, tho rest
nt ihe hospital on tho reef.
The nnnu.tl parndo of tho Honolnln Tiro De
partment crttno off on Wednesday tho 3d. All
of tho companies turned out in full uniform
nnd nil tho morning tho streets wero fnll of rod
nnd bluo Jnckets. The engines nnd hose carta
were tastefully decorated with flowers and flags t
tho steam engine of China CompahyNo.fi, was
nlmost concealed by dragon flags nnd Blrcnmorfl.
Tlio procession was formed on Hotel street with
engine Company No. 1 in front nnd China Com
pany in tho rear, nnd led by tho Bind, marched to
Nuuanu nnd Queen streets nnd tilong the usual
route. They iiindo a very creditablo apjicaranco
nnd tho parade wes witnessed by a largo number
of people, aud during tho forenoon tho town wore
n holiday nppiiranci. Thn proceeding in tho
afternoon howover, lu tho vicinity of tho head
quarters of tho l'iro Department, were nomowhnt
riotous, and might woll have been dispensed with.
Whisky drinking nnd " fisticuffs" do not mako a
good impression On tho public as tho Inst act of a
Owt:io lo tlio nbsenco of tho President of tho
Board ot Education nn informal meeting wan
held yesterday afternoon by tho Board lo consider
tho ndvisnbiltty of closing tho publta schools. It
wni decided that tho children wnro as safo in
r-chool ns running nronnd tho streets. Wo very
seriously question tho wisdom of this decision nnd
earnestly hopo it may bo Bpcedily reconsidered.
To-day nnd to-morrow will bo off days nt tho
school, nnd ou Monday wo venturo to predict that
tho attendnnco will bo small. Tho children of
careful parcnU will bo kept at homo nnd thoso of
careless ones will assemble, within tho possiblo
rcacli of ihe infection. Tho former will bo pui nt
n disndvantngo nfl to their marks of non-attend-ancc,
and tho latter may be risking their lives,
nnd thoso of who known how many othors. Tho
staff of teachers will havo to nttend almost a
vncmt chiss-rooms, and from theso nnd othor
considerations wo aro sorry that the school work
is not temporarily suspended. This mischief is
probably traceablo to a whito deserter from tho
Qulnlu who has been lying hidden on tho district
whero theso cases wero discovered. Tho nntivo
woman who lived with him has tho disease In a
bad form. A3 wo said beforo if that ship comes
here again in tho nnmo hands, let her bo treated
with tho utmost rigor of tho law,
Tbb Chinese havo celebrated their nappy New
Year. They mado great preparations for it.
The wind wns very heavy on Wednesday, tho
ffiith, and tho sleumor C. 11. Jtiswp wns obliged to
return to Lihuo from Koloa. Sho left tho formor
plnco again ou tho 2Cth but was back tho follow
ing morning. Tho wind was westorly but with
very littlo force.
The old wharf at Nawillwill is gono and tho now
ono is finished nnd is tho best one ou tho Islnnds,
which is something for Kauniaus to be proud of.
G. N. Wilcox deserves credit for it.
Mn. JosErit Hice, carpenter at Kcalla planta
tion fell from a height of 43 feet whilo eroding n
bont for a now flume, and his'lnjurles will bo prob
ably fatal. Ho is paralyzed from tho neck down.
Dr. Fitch is attending him, nnd nil that can bo
dona is being accomplished. Mr. llico is n man
'that enjoys the respect of tho wholo community
and his loss will bo deeply felt. Mr. Huntley, who
was with him nt tho timo of tho accident escaped
by a miracle, nnd two other men received slight
The schooner Uilamaj nt Hnnalel, dragged her
nnchor and Btrnndcd, but got off again, sustaining
damago to her keel. Tho wind on that sido of tho
Island has been ycry strong and tho rains heavy.
Ok Friday, tho 28th, a South Sea Islander at tho
nanamaulu mill got two of his fingers cut off, by
getting them under a chain that drives tho cano
carrier. Eespcmsible Architects.
From tho California Atcliitect and Uuilding Re
view the following is taken s
" Tho question is often asked: Is it possiblo to
avoid the dangers arising from doing inforiorworlc
in tho building lino 1 Wo answer, yos I by avoid
ing mcro pretenders as architects and builders,
nnd trusting thoso important duties to nono but
thoroughly qualified nnd capnblo men, who under
stand tho necessities of tho case, and possess tho
integrity to perform tho work ns it should be.
When owners become ns anxious to find and em
ploy good men to do their work, because thoy nro
good, as thoy nro to find tho cheapest mon because
thoy aro the choapest, better work will bo tho rule.
Bnt so long ns, fierce competition governs and con
trols tho letting of work, and all clashes nro allow
ed to rlguru, and tho lowest biddor accepted, de
fective wort may bo expected, for men who
figuro down to uon-p.iying prices calculate to no
euro thenibolvoR in every possiblo way against loss;
and In whatovcr way n dollar can bo saved, it is
done, with no solicitude or regret for probable con
sequences. Lot tho architect seo that slights or
oinihsions nre not practiced. To do this would
often require incessant attention, at tho naorificu
of all other engagements, for many ot thoso who
undertaku contracts mo wholly inconsistent to ex
ecute ptopcr work, and need an instructor con
stantly oven if thoy nro disposed to do tho bust
thoy can. But quito ns of ton this class of men
knowingly book to omit, hide, nnd comer up all
that is iwssible, and unless tho architect is ns keen
as it is iKjBRible for him to bo, mid as faithful as n
house-dog, advantages will bo taken of him nn well
ns tho owners. And it is demanding extraordinary
nnd seldom huuiciently pnid-for services, lo carry
work to completion satisfactorily in all respects,
when lnfeiior mill nro entrusted with contracts."
From Our Hilo Correspondent
Hilo, January 27th, 1891.
Editor Saturday Pjibss : I Btarted a
week ugo lust Monday Tor Ilnlunlnlia, which is
twenty milos from horo, nnd it in about flvo or
six miles from thoro to ono of tlio flows. I
stayed at tlio ubovo-tncntionotl pluca fur pno
weok, und tho day boforu yestorduy started on
foot for tho flow with two othor persona nnd
two guides to cut our way through tho woodi,
more properly named Hawaiian jungle, I
nover had such a hard road to travel in my
life ; I could not ndviso any ono to attempt tlio
trip at tho present timo ; I hud my pants almost
torn off. Wo at lust, uftor a vory hard itrtig
gle, roaabed tlio flow. It seamed to bo foiug
vory slowly (pahochoo). Wo hoard noises liko
the discharge of cannbti quito often., Trcos
were bhig purncil and cojuiiifr 'down with n
cniHli and tho amoku wns suffocating. At nno
place we smelt vory strongly coal gna. Vo
Btarted from Huluuloha at 0 a. ., aud ro
tiirncd nt 3 p, u., very much fatigued. Dur
ing the week that I remained ut tho above
mentioned place I could hear quito often, dur
ing tho day and night noUes as described, and
tho sky hud tho appearance of a grand confla
gration. At times tlioro wus a sound like that
of a large (ruin of car passing along vory
rapidly. I heard the aino noise ut the flow.
It was the noise caused by tho burning of tho
tree. Lust night Miuina Lou was more active
than it ha been for -a month, Tho end uf tho
flow was particularly bright, Kilauea has had
quito an mmiiul number of visitors lately,
who report it quite active more t than whut
it liui bcou lately,
In a previous letter I mentioned that a gen
tleman from hero would iimkoacotid attempt
lo ascoud Manna Loa. Ho tuft born 'with two
iiatlvn guide week ago lust" Monday, Jan.
17th, arriving nt Iialualohu the tamo evening.
Jlo started early on Tuesday morning to
ascend Muuna Loo. and lollowud the low to
its sourco. ilo says t was exiretaely dot, no
that ho could not look down any il-Unce into
thu largo crater. Ilo think it wu at Wl 75
foot in diameter, It was roaring tarrjhly, Snow
wai all around theai. He bad 'pirit lamp
and melted enow lo drink. Thy,.l),rad on
Friday afternoon. Two frf thfM wax quit
exhausted. YYa who were at HWlleii gsva
tUui very Uawty greeticf their return.
- -' " " J. . M.
The Manuring of Sugar Cnnc.
Wo print tho following communication lor
tlio benefit nf our planters :
It is tho interest, ntul duty of every agricul
turist to restore to his land in tho form of
inanuro what ho takes away by tho produco ho
sells in tho market, for olltorwiso his land will
after a certain timo got exhausted ami bo tin
nblo to produco Biifllclontly largo crops lo
mako tho cultivation profitable.
In many colonics tlio very favornblo cllmalo
and fcrtilo soil havo enabled planters to raiao
good crops without manure, but in timo oven
tlicso most favored countries havo yioidod to
tlio nbovo-menttonod law of nature.
Sugar cano exhausts tho soil very sonn, nnd
unless tin field is manured tho yield ilocroascs
from your to year, until it becomes too small to
pay tlio cost of cultivation. (
Tlio use of manure, however, is not only
necessary to prevent ttia exhaustion of tlio
soil, but nlso to produco nn increased , yield ;
for tho moro plntitcrs can pinituco on their
land, tho moro profitable will bo the cultiva
tion. For this reason in tho West nntl Kant Indies,
whoro Btigar cano cultivation has becomo stlch
nn imp6rtnt and well-paying industry, largo
quantities of mnnuro nro nlwaya used,
Vory littlo Btahlo dung is genorally nvnil
ablo in the colonies, and ns trash, megasn
nshos, nnd othor refuso collected on augur
estates tiro not sufficient to roturn to tlio soil
thnso constituents takon avay by the nitgar
shipped) largo quantities of guano aud othor
artificial manures havo to bo imported,
In Mauritius, tho West Iudios, etc, as, much
as 10 per cent, of tlio valuo of tlio sugar pro
produced is spent to purcliaso foroign inmmros.
Tho most economical uiuiiuros for tho cqlo
nios nro of course highly concentrated ones,
which mipply in tho smallest volume- tlio
largest qtiMiiity of fertilizing matt or. ' ,t
For this reason Peruvian guano has always
been tho favorite with sugar plantors.
Formorly the row Peruvian gnnno' was tisod
as it comes from tho largo deposits ou tho
islands nnd along tho coast of Pom, but in itn
raw stato it has cortain drawbacks'' it contains
stones aud lumps not easily rodnbed to pow
dor. and is vory vnriabio In its composition,
which makes its application to tho land diffi
cult nnd tho results uncertain. It loses further
flomo of its vnlunblo ammonin by evaporation
when spread ou tho land, and its phosphates
nro not sufficiently soluble to bo soon enough
availabio for tho plant,
To rcmody this, wo treat tho, Peruvian
guano with sulphurio acid and prorhiro our
dissolved Peruvian guano of ono uniform
quality in fmo'pnwdory form, free from station
aud lumps. This onubles us to offer nn im
proved Peruvian guano, itj which, by tho acid
thu ammonia is fixed, is iiun-vo)nti1oj,uud tlio
phosplintos rendered soluble in water.
Our dissolved Poruvian guano has b'cen tisod
in tlio colonics as n manure for migar cit'no
during tho last six 'years, and 'litis broducud
such very favorable results that in many
islands it is now' exclusively' used, and has
superseded raw Peruvian guano,, as well, us
Sugar canes crown without manure or with
unsuitable mnnuro, do not' generally mattiro
soon enough, and although thoy may lj6 largo
and givo plenty of woight in cunos'stitl their
jtiico is olten poor and liable lo produce much
molasses. , (
All our roports recoived from tlio colonies
show that our dissolved Poruvian guano tends
to mattiro tho cano oariior and produces vrjry
rich juico, yielding: n largo quantity of crys
tallizablu sugar and littlo molassoH.
llcspecting tho modo ot applying tho guano,
wo would givo tho following suggestions in ,
Doth newly planted canes and ratoons in tho
stumps loft from cut canes to shoot out again
for tho following crop, should bo manured
with dissolved Poruvian guano. ' '
Tho best timo to apply tho manuro for nowly
planted canes is just before thoy nro planted,
und for ratoons soon aftor tho emus are out,
but always as fur as possiblo beforo tho rttiiis
set in. , ,
Tho canes aro plantod in most colonics citlior
by putting tlio cane tops into singlo holes or
in vory damp countries by laying cuttings '.liut
down in rows. If cano tops are planted, tho
guano should bo put into tlio holeu proviou;ti
planting und ha wall mixod u fow inches doop
with tlio soil, and afterwards tlio canu'piitntud
ou the top qf it aud tlio hole nearly 1'dlod
up with uarth, ., (
If cuttings aro plantod, thoy may bo first
covered with some soil aud then tho guano
put on the top of it ahd covered with'oartli. '
Tho object is that tlio guano should 'not bo
put in direct contact with tlio plant aud iiiidiu
Holving in thu ground spread us much us pos
sible round the rootlets. . , ' ,
For ratoons, tiio guano is generally put into
two holes a few inches doop, six lowolvu
i nchee distant from tlio stumps. Whero tho
ratoons stand on tho slope of a hill tlio liolrj..,
as a semicircle, in which tho guano Is'pm,
should bo always on tho higher part of 'tho
ground, so Unit tho rootlet gut the full benefit
of tho manure. ,,,
In ordor to prevent tho guano being waohod
away by loavy rainit, ,niuWlo put a low
inches deep aud covered with soil.
Tho quantity of guano to ibd used Is'ifrotn
throo to four owt. per acre, or with ono toll of
guaiiu five tu six acre of cane can bo suffi
ciently manured. ;
On good soi, and for planting nntl flfst
ratoons, tho smaller quantity 1 sufficldht.'.tmt
on moro exhausted soil and for later rtituons
tho larger quantity must be used. Tills Would
make from ono and a half to two ounces of
guano for each cane liolo. Tho guano being,
however, very poworfnl and. concentrated, it
is udvisabla to mix it provioiis to its qsowilli
uu equal woight of dry earth, or bettor still,
moguaii ashen, which are always plentiful' on
sugar estates. By thus, increasing tlo bullc 'of
the manure it can be more' evenly'diaiributud
on tlio laud, '
Of such mixture of coarie double the quan
tity, auy sir to eight qwr. ir acre or llueo to
four ounces per plant, i to bo used,..
Generally u spoon, Of calabash epp cut, to
hold the necessary quantity for each ,hoo, is
used to apply the guano.'.atid a iriati or a wo
man with a boycun do from one to' two uer'cs
per day, To make the holes in tho ritoon field,
either au iron rod or an ordinaryiplowsticlbis
used, according to the state of the ground. ,
Tim guano is to be kept dry to preserve j la
powdery form, aud should be protected frpni
rain; if not, it I difficult to be applied und
subloct to deterioration f whilst If kept dry it
will lose nono of iu fertilizing properties. :
OuuiNDOurv Si Co;
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' llrTlttlIlJ,r K O t)AtnM.- ?h.tl(n. Iflnt
trecl, near the bailors' Home. t'tecbluj s,t 11 A a.
riMts fie, babbaih Uc-ool before ino inorulotf seirice,
r7jer inectlue on Wednesday evenings at 7i o'clock.
rosr Htjuet Cuubcu Iter W Prear, faitorcorntr
of rort sad lierelapjs streets. I'reSi.hlDvSoa Sundays
St II LJI Mid Vi ' . batbBchcllJtt,ri .
r)T ANimstr's CiTUKpsui--Kngllh servient 1(1 Kev
the Ulsliop of Honolulu sad tUv t'bo Ulackburn, 'Ola.
wailsn nervlcsai lUiv Aim-Js;lntuh. X., lluly
Comraualon t UU, Matins aud rieruion (llawalluajlf,
Mallor. LIUuj and Mfriaou (Kuiill.U)r 4, -tiii.oiiK
iiiniii.iiii ihv, ssvvu.oui; (
llynina (ensllsh), snoruluji
, IW, 14S,
Kawauuaq Cuubch Wov II 11 I'srkcr, rattor. Kluir
treit, above lbs raise. Srvlts In HswalUu overy
bandar all I n
esbestii Utauel stlu., i.ronlii
seivlcsat7!i otl, all.fualluif wit
Ulstrlct taseliuis lu various enapeis st t
meeting every Wednesday st 7b r m.
JUuKAtwriw Ciscaca-JU.v U Km, fsatpr,
taola strsel, usar isuuanu. asrvices tu Hawaiian every
Baaoay at iw a . eaooaia acuooi i vvta ."
Us s rU stTM eljtk. JlroliBjr with ia-aUhao
lrSsafef4Hy " rTHii. ,r
nsUAil Ciwai esmiiVa4r th tiiiii'ct St
wr awsaw4aKe uaarr sawcr w-l
rati su4. ar SMfci. swt