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Tra-le U normal!, the I ahtkctlTiV oottcaUe at Ji"t
irtitlar hstins prorcd only (lectins nd, although then
exiftlnff. dr tiers (n linn t general trade hvc now to
be cWtenfwUh raiUl. 7fbe reclrjf trade In
thU btftitiwa tenter arc to apt a an iran.cd4lc change
frJmoncireeV to another that hot little faith can be
placed upon the continuants or UtemcnU
pehned with the knowledge oT actual facte. The
pment dntlne U natural on ctoanttbciijocd
decline abroad In the price ot oor sUplt prodoct,nd
as the plantations doe ?? J"1 to th.e 7:on?m,i5fI
In trade circle In thl
Mtew the effect l felt
city. In mc f p&l " of trade the !ne doll note
haa been thrummed for some time pan with no present
protnecti of a more cheerful tone until a regular boom
'""" . . . I..I I1.. ....!. Af ). ..II .
the whalers Mars, and The I earner City of
T"Uo nasaifourrivea, irora lokooim.
The departure con 1 1st Ktt Atlantic: Mars
and Hunter, for cruise, the .-earner Australia forth?
Colonies, and the Kale for San Francisco. the
The Alameda salll for tan Francisco on the 1st proi,
andtht ilarlpofva arrlrri frianlhrnccon theMhprox.
Herewith we present Messr. William. Dimond &
Co. regular monthly circular:
kx riuxcxsa. March 15th, ll.
Oar Utt circular was dated lTcb.lftfa.pcr City tf
tSUGAKVTe report another reduction in
price of Cob centrifugal. Onr -New York adritre of
the tlth Inst, cjuotin" sales of M at C tMGct. or lsclc.
lower than for correfpondln time latllycar. O&er
chaaes nt year are: 12.110 ! more; re
ceipts, 42" J tona more and dlstri&nuon,4U1uu lont
Hi finer are only to meet immediate require
ments. ixnr prlrrt have created a panic amonc the
Cnha nterchautt and holder are obliged toreaIIj:e,
thus addtnz to the demoralization of the market. Cable
adrices Irora Jondun arc that cane jtcfcr i weak witli
donninrrd tendency. Mock Id foor ports U.
lst,4,tKUtnnsaain9t:iUh) tone Mtne time laftcar.
The new California Jn-ar Krfiuery Is making tct
handsome trade of rellotr which i sold to the trade at
HVic In U barrel. Jlert rade or II. L ansare arc 1.
The Mexican lteciproclfy Treaty ma ratified by the
sm ate on the 11th Inst. lint as amended nil) require
joint lcifiaUieaeuun to carry it into rfljtt.ju was,
tnecaspwiiBxne luwauan. k i
KICE Hale or i. I rice ex Alameda, and from
store &4Uc demand light rlther for home trade or
.MOLAbNES la very too.lart yafefcc forrcond
quality in Ion- time.
CIIAItTKllUin baa continued and prospect for
the rrowin; crop lkti vrHlng was acrcr better.
adrioca continue of a quirt nature and caro
pricea are low. Lat charter iron 32s 6d Cork, IT. K.
wood 31s 1 Cork for IlavTe. Antwerp.
to date ?).37 inches liteamctlmc lat
EXCHANGE London t dayc iot 4 4d, ' Y.
sight Uc lTli premium.
PORT OF HONOLULU. to
Mar. 2t .Vrah bk Uanlcr, llrnwn. from baa Fr.n
SI Am likuir Diworery. Perrlman, from h i
m!j AUmcda.31pr.e. from San Fran
S2AmternKxcrlfior.reUi.fm Neweaslle. NW
21 AnetraHa, UbcUfrom ban
& ltfcb Clt j of ToLlo, 31asrT. from YoVoliama.
b Jk Atlantic, Mhcbrll. for toe Aretle
SI -Am li bk Unnter. ilroirrt. forihe Arctic
SI r.MSs Aoetralta, Ciheet. for Colonics
25 Am bktneAmelU. Xewhall. for l'ngel bound
25 Haw bk Kale, Kotkfoeft. for ban fran
Veuols in Port.
O b S Alametla. More
Am liplnc Wm U lrln. Tamer
Am bklnr UicoTery. J'crrimau
Am tern Excelsior, i'elts
Report of Ob b Alamedi. lor?e. Comdr. b'sileil
from Han I'ranctsco March cut, at a j, m: discharged
C" at i p m; tvth, 3:ISp m. )ascdb S.Zealandi&
nd to ban Vrandseo. IMn. fasseil a bark at noon
fleering north, arrived at Honolulu 7:30 a m. 3Iarcli
llenort of 7. X. S 5. Australia, Glict.
ban Francisco pilot 17th or starch at midnight
and experienced for the first part westerly winds
and roc three days previonj to arrival N.7.. trades
and finest rather. Jtecehed IlcmolalQ pilot 21th Ihst.
Jlcport ot V, M b. b. City of Toklo, Stanry, Com-manner
balled from Hongkong. March 3rd at 3.1Up.m.
had variable winds and fine weather and arrived at
Yokohama, March 10th at 5 p.m. bailed from Yokohama.
March i:th, at 12 p.m., lo March 20th hid westerly
winds, and thence to llonolulo variable winds aud
smooth sea. Arrived 3Iarch2Jth at 22 m.
From ban Francisco, per Discovery . March 2o A r nil
cargo general merchandise, provisions til bead live
From Hongkong per City of Teljn, March 21-
35 37-10 ton s cargo.
From 5an Francisco, per Australia. March 21 luobgs
potatoes, Hbgs fruits. 38 cs hardnarev laupkes sundries:
and Wio pkgs geueral merchandise in ttxroslt.
Fvotn San Francisco, per DIscovctt. March 21 Y C
Krntcrfiell.ll IMHmond. J L Fnrrls.'i; Allmkaw and
Ife, C b' dlson. L A Ilrundege. W tladclifle.
From Maul and llanall, per planter. March 21 -E F
t'ontelene, Mrs 11 N aud daughter, Xr T
and child, 1' L Stolfi, J K Farley.
From ban Francisco, per Alameda. March J
Onen aud ife, Mr. K II Latham. N Woon.-K i Spalding,
Mrs M KMcKintion anddanchter, 31rs de bonza
Jones Jr. Mrs b ,W Lederer daughter
and Infant. McCord.' Mist LMrCord, Mls lie-Cord.
Mrs 1) UJIarrurind daughter-1 h JIarrry, Mrt
S It Jliake. S Kendall, c W Mott. 4 bmlth and tfe.
E W bherwood. J White, I: J Nlrlml J 1! Collamore.
-miss i. h nyer, JIlss u l Jlrer.
VreemanTMMailen, Mrs Milton SKUthan, Mrs J II
Pratt, Hh E Pratt, Mrs J s FleteHcrJV m B Jleath, P.
it vunicR,Nii ininicn,v.v narmon ana wile, Jl
North and wife. II L Hutchinson and wile. Miss c
adssrorlh. Mrs I) F Dunham, MI'S A J llntchlns, J 1)
Rice,AltVallMlssMI,Jarobs.W 11 Ferguson, Miss
C Howe, A B Hall, Miss J M Marr, l)r 3 XT Anderson,
T W Itnsh, Miss b Flume. A Tyson. J K Glade, son
and Infant, J A Whitman and lfe. Miss Whitman and
sister, Mrs KT Whitman, Miss S E Jones, 4 K Porter.
Mrs 4 A bmlth. Miss F bmllh. F Oertz, W IlMolton. It
Vlllafrrnca, K V Eterctt. A Oeeniey, F.d Caliinc. Leon
Itlanrt,MlssJI.llngheaMrsCTrae. E J Leurf.trora.
C Q Mlmmenr, C Nolmanm. 4 It loblnon. C II Ilex
tsr. II W Morse. Ckas Walsh WluUockitclkW Conway,
II Lee. L M Everett, IS steerage and 1 Chinaman.
From Manl and Hawaii per Llkellke, March IJ-F M
From Kalinlnl Hon. Matvh 22 S Itoth.
T4 Well, KT WTlber.'H Kobertsbn. 4 Klteon. 'Mr Mat-son,
II L Toennl".
From Kanal, perl oalani. March Isenberr.
A b Wilcox-. U N Wilcox, Mr Focke. Alex Young. O
bholj and wife. Mr Mehrtens.
..K,P?,",.'',,,m," March 2-'-Miss
Ilillebrand.J B C.tle. W It bcal. F Tllman. 4 Olitcl,
.MIssATJlraan.JUstAUeatr.MlssOlitfr, Hon J Xa.
wahisjllos 4 .Richardson, P II W lloss. W J
A Mack. NIss Mack, Mr and Mrs Faroam, ilrs E
II boper. Father
TUay, Miss L Dachalk. O W Wilfong. II
Cornxcll, C A llailey. Miss A Wlddefield. Capl D B
Iloblnson, F Uollschalk, K Seller
For Kahnlut, pezJCluura Hon, March 21-C Walsh,
4 Winter and Ife, Mrs bharratt and 2 children.
For Colonies, per Australia. March W Whit-ford,
F Uolschalk, 4 steerage
Fromiiran, Franel.co, per Australia,
andlf rSQtdftf II Block, K M Jarvis. 1 steerage and J
From HoBgkong, per Cit of Tokio, March 21 IS5
vninere; aou M European and 121 Chinese passengers
In this citr.Maxch 17th. 1SSI, to the wife of James
Campbell, Esq., a daughter.
ir 1 I lilfl.t Hawaii.
nn Wsstnesdav. Mlfcn Wth.ISSI.at thctesldcnce ot
Wm. F. Kav, Eei, by the Iter. J. D. Paris. Mr. 4oun
N. ItoEtssoy of Honolulu, to Miss Cakoum: 4ohjcsux
of Sorth Kona, Hawaii.
TAYLOR the Lidgate 1'lanUllon.
Laupahoehoc. Hawaii, on Feb 3d. ism, by the Rev.
Father Bonatentura. Mr. Wn. II. II. Tivuin. to Miss
Hawaii. On Thursday.
Varth 13th. ItSf, Oscin MAsnkXVvf Laupahochoc.
Hawaii, to Leer, daughter of Capt. Thomas bpenccr.
LATEST POREIGN NEWS.
ro; r. it. 6. s. ArslKiUi.
WismsoTos, Mar. 11. The Democrats
in tbo House know they will bo in the majority
in the caucus on the tariff bill uext week,
nnd they talk loudly of placing Mr. Bandall and
his followers in the attitude of "bolters." This
sort of talk may alarm some of tho younger members,
but it does not disturb the older beads, who
know that there is nothing binding in tho action
of n Democratic caucus, nnd that it is simply a
caucus. The free traders, however, base their
hopes ot passing the bill entirely upon the converts
they hope to be able to make in the caucus.
Losdos, March 14. Bradlaugh, while delivering
a ltcturo at Bridgewatcr last night against
perpetual pensions, wasnitacieo Dy rougus anu
Hnvj,n fmm tho nlAtfurm bv a shower of rotten
eggs, Irnit and fireworks. The roughs afterwards
wrecked the chairman's house.
1'aeis, March 11. General Millot, commander
uf the French land forces in Tonquin, telegraphs
as follows from PhanghcAj under date of the 12th:
"W-e marched this morning to Bacninh. The
First Brigade proceeding Tia Chi carried In a
brilliant manner the heights of Tsungson, which
were protected by fine earthworks. The Second
ltrigade, supported by the flotilla, rapidly carried
the defences nt Vatbuoi and the dam at Luboi,
and resolutely pursued the enemy to tho heights of
Dahicua, which were occupied by the combined
movement- The details of tho operations succeeded
perfectlv, and tho troops marched admirably in
apite of the difficult ground."
Scakcc, March 1L General Graham and Colonel
Stewart, with their staffs, have returned to
Suakirj. The wounded will return to-day. The
latter are doing well. While destroying the rebel
ammunition tho troops unearthed and destroyed
2,030 ltemington rifles. Tho wounded rebels state
that Osman Digtna's nephew and many chiefs
were killed in Thursday's fight. Osman was present
early in the fight, but fled when defeat was
inevitable. There were LOTO rebel corpses found
in one pit.
Losnox. March 11. General Graham
that S officers and SC men were killed officers
and 103 men wounded, and 13 men are missing.
The rebels number from 10,030 to 12.000. Three
nfrwrs end 7 men of the naval brigade were killed
at the Runs. Over 2,000 rebels were killed. Tho
rebels charged, regardless of their great loss-
Losdox, March It rumored that the Government,
desiring to test the opinion of tho country
in regard to the Egyptian Policy, and fearing
obstruction in the present Parliament, will thwart
the franchise bill, and lias decided to dissolve
Parliament, and has informed the Queen of this
decision through the Chamberlain, who dined at
Windsor Castle last evening.
SltnoK, March lGth. Admiral Hcwett, General
Graham and the chief inhabitants had a meeting
to-day. It resulted in the issuing of a proclamation
offering a reward of 1,000 for the carturc of
Osman Digna, !whose lies and treachery have
misled the Soundanese and caused great bloodshed"
Admiral llewett interrogated the inhabitants
as to whether the friendly tribes would co-operate
with the British troops- in orcning tho road to
lierbcr and relieving the c;arrison. The general
opinion was that these tribes would cooperate
svitu the British. Thirty sheikhs were present at
tie meeting. The loadics sheikhs between Shendy
nd7 Kliartoam have declared in- favor of El
General Gordon telegraphs that no immediate
dinger at Khartoum is xtported.
Kuictocv, March 16tli Haggies tribe have
riven in their adherence to Gen. Gordon thus
Jt2nrrunc"tbe advance of Sheikh El Obeid to
the Nile. Gen. Gordon baa bciltJS strong fortified
camp on the opposite side ot the Blue Nile and has
sctatoaed strong force there to prevent the
Fasts. Uarch ICth. The Government has
General Millet, rommander of the land
forces In Tonqain. not to carry operations beyond
Thatngoyen and Lankson.
Prim jiinister Ferry ha reopened direct
with the Marquis Tseng lot a treaty based
months coaditimlhlt tbe Fieuci be allowed to
itlain posaMeipn of Baouch.
' Brilliant meteors harts been risible dnrin" several
CTenincs of the past veck.
Oalj ono flac wag balfmasted in this citv on th
occasion of the I nncral of the late Hon S.'fc. Kaal
and that one on the jail.
llad ncconnU of Sir. F. Lenehan have been received
from London, lie ia extremely sick, and
hardly able to take any nourishment.
Tire Hahvwrt Sugar Co. baa declared n dividend jail
of 2 per share, which was payable at the office of on
C. Brewer .fc Co. on the 21 t inst. 3
The attention of members of tbe.Mnsic.il Society
is called to the special business rncetiDp; on Friday
cveninc at half past nevcn o'clock.
The ''Entertainment Committee" of the Honolulu
Library Association is to meet in the reading
room of the Association on the 23th inst., at 2 p jn.
The usual Wednesday eveninc services, held at
ConeTcsational church on Fort street,
Cathedral and the Bethel, were all well attended
an tho 19th insU
Bain has been plentiful in this city durius the to
past week, heavy showers, accompanied by sharp to
liqutninR prevailing at intervals from the morning
of the 22nd until past midnight of the 23rd.
The rainfall on Saturday, aa registered by the
rain guace belonging to Dr. It. McKibbin was 2JSI
inches, i'his measurement was from the commencement
of tho storm.
The school boys and school girls are now anx
iously looldnc forward to tho Snrin. Hnlldflrs.
Punahou has closed for vacation yesterday, jjt.
Allinn'd will .tnen nn V.4.w
Considerable progress has been made with Mr.
C. Janes' new house on the Valley road. It will
soon bo completed and promises to be one of the
largest nouses on the road.
Capt. Morse, lurscr Sutton, and other officers of
the steamer .IMwerfa wcro presented with a testimonial
expressive of tho esteem and gratitnde of
the saloon passengers on the last trip.
The volcano of Kilanea isin a wonderful stale of
activity. The sicht from the Volcano House on
Sandar and Monday evenings. Mar. lGth and 17th,
surpassed any thing seen there for a long time.
There will be special performances at the circus
this Aftcrnoont for the benefit of the youngsters,
and this evening, for the bencGt of the oldsters.
Alojo Hudson the "Indian ltider has been added
the company, and is proving a great attraction.
ITio following gentlemen have been elected officers
of the Ookala Sugar Co. for the ensuing term,
viz President, Hon. W.L. Green; Vice-President,
Mr. J. X. Wright; Secretary, Capt. 1L W. Mist;
Ircasurcr, Mr. A. McKibbin: Anditor, It. F. Bick
Ily the Alumaln news received that Mrs. Stirling
was dangerously ill. A later letter by Ksfra'm
bays that in spito uf gloomy forebodings on the
part of her medical attendants, the had rallied
and was improving. It is to bo hoped that the improvement
may be lasting.
The masons are again at work on tho walls of
the new building for the Honolulu Library and
Heading Boom Association and work will be now
carried to a comnletion. The shortness in the
funds for carrying out the work will bo made up
oy uio uireciors.
The barkentinc 7.7M, brigantine Coitmelo, bark
and scbooner CharUt Manet are now
all e rottit to this port from San Francisco with
cargoes of assorted merchandise aggregating n
total value of JtS.OOO. The Coe7o brings over
iisj neau ot jive kiock.
Ono uf our athletic lawy crs has imported n Hob
Boy cvuoe, and disports himself frequently on the
waters of our harbor. There are a Connie more of
these canoes on the islands: a regular canoe club
might bo started with profit in the shape ot health,
and amnscment in the shape of incident.
Tho Alttuiftla on her return trip to San Francisco,
leaving here on the 1st insU, will carry back
to the Golden Gate about one half of the total
number of excursionists who came hither by her ;
the rest ot the party remaining over for the
, utilizing their time meanwhile in a trip to
The Hawaiian Hotel ins changed bauds. Messrs
G. W. Macfarlanc ,t Co, now being the proprietors.
Under the new owners there is no reason
why the local hostelry should not be enabled to
obtain for itself n first class reputation amongst
the lravellinfpubllc. Mr George Fawtt'rcmains
as manager jrt rem.
The bark iiWen arrived in port here on the ltUh
inst. G2 days from Hongkong. Capt Hanson, commander
of the vessel reports having continuous
bad weather during tho voyage, so much so that
considerable water reached portions of the cargo,
causing damage. The vessel brings a cargo of assorted
merchandise, and but one passenger.
The "boom" in calls for tenders emanating from
tho Interior Office is not yet over, the latest being
that asked for the erection of a suitable building
for a Court house .and police station, on the land
lately purchased by tho Government on Merchant
stxcit, "Saturday the 2:th inst, nt noon, is the
time advertised for the closing of the polls for bids.
The concert last evening at Emma Square by
tbo Hawaiian Band was very enjoyable, the four
new pieces on the programme being much appreciated,
as judged by the applause with which their
performances was greeted. The tourists from the
classic shades of Fanueil Hall. Bunker Hill and
way stations were present in full force, nnd seemed
highly pleased with the entertainment.
The P. M. S. S. Cilit o 7ol ;, with ISC Chinese
immigrants for this port, arrived off the harbor on
the morning of the inst.. 13 days from Yokohama.
After landing her passengers and 8.' tons
of cargo, which tho vessel has for this port, she
will proceed on her voyage to San Francisco. The
steamer .frtrora would follow the Tvlio for this
port with more male immigrants in about 10 days.
Miss L. L. Moore, principal of tho Punahou
preparatory school, has tendered her resignation
and it has been acceded by the Trustees. It is
hoped that Jin. Merritt will take charge of this
school for the next term, and that a lady of high
character and nbilitv. now temnorarilv resident nt
the Islands, may be secured to take Mrs. Merritt's
place in me collegiate department at l'unauou.
Messrs. Lyons A-Levy sold by auction on the
20th inst. tho deck-house, wbalcboat, and other
material belonging to the Cable Company, which
was on the steamer H". II. i.Veff, for the sum of
$227. The surveying of the channels between the
islands, across which it is proposed to run the
caoies, nas been entirely completed and the steamer
is now out of service.
Tho Premier has seemingly managed to obtain
tho desired control of the Attorney-General,
the two high officials both being present at the
Kakaako "whitewashing" and no word of remonstrance
from the legal advisor of tho Crown relative
to the farce there played. Even the published
report is passed over by tho Attorney-General in
silence when be well knows that the said report is
n doctored one and contains bis name.
liev. T. G. Thnrston and his daughter Alice,
aged sixteen, were drowned at Oxford's Ford, on
Catawba ltiver, N. C.,ou Feb. 23, 1SS5.
was on his way to Taylorsvillc, where he was to
preach next day. The bodies of father and daughter
were recovered. Mr. Thurston leaves a wife
and two other children. He was uncle of L. A.
'Thurston. Esq., of this city, and youngest son of
Dr. nnd Mrs. Thurston, pioneer missionaries in
The heavy rain on Saturday the 22nd inst, prevented
the afternoon and evening performance of
Sherman's circus being given as advertised, there
by disappointing a large number of people who
were prepared to co rain or shine. There will be
extra performances given during this week, after
which the oompanv will take up stakes and migrate
to Maui. The Maui folks should not fail lo
visit the performance, the tncks of the "educated
horses" alone, being worth the price of admission.
The brigantine ir. G. Inritt, whoso arrival had
been anxiously looked for since tho lCthinsL,on
account oi toe sapoosiiiou iuai iuiu wuuiu unu;
hither a larce addition to Sherman's circus, ar
rived in port hero on the 19th 20 days from
Sin Francisco. Capt. Turner reports that he encountered
a succession of light nnd head winds
which accounts for the length ot the trip. Besides
the usual cargo tho vessel brought 2 ponies and
5 horses, n portion of the livestock belongs to the
The Oceanic S.S. Co's steamer Alamtda Capt
Morse, arrived in port here on the 22nd inst, G days
and 1G hours from San Francisco, bringing a large
number of passengers, a full cargo ot freight and
mail and news dates to the 15th inst. Amongst
the passenger who came by the vessel arc a number
of ladies and gentlemen whoara partofa
party of excursionists from Boston to San
and Monterey, CalM and who make this extension
to the original route as a means of indulgence
in Mt far vitule as obtainable in this climate.
"Tho burglar sold," is the title of a new story.
The hero thereof is unknown, but the intended
victim was Mr. N. F. Burgess. It is his custom to
put any sums of money which he may receive during
the day, into his tool-chest. Some one became
aware of tins. Between Saturday night and Monday
moraine, the festive burglar " burgled" the chest
by boring fire holes in the lid, and then proceeded
to fish for the cash. Ho caught an empty bag.
Poor burglar, he was not aware that every evening
Mr. Burgess removed the money and put it into n
The military companies of this city, including
tho Itoyal troops and members of tho volunteers,
assembled at the barracks on last Sunday morn
ing tird inst.) to witness tne promotion ox Adjutant
It. Uoamli Baker to the rank of Ma ion Cant-
John Baker to tho rank of Adjutant and Lieuten
ant Ivalolil to the ran:: ot captain, room lor the
promotions having been made by the death of IX
Colonel Kiniinaka. His Majesty was present in
undress uniform and gave the commissions
to the promoted officers. After the completion
of the accompanying instructions, the volunteers
were sent to their homes and a squad of the
Household troops was sent to church.
The new proprietors of the Hawaiian Hotel have
decided to compliment the party of excursionists
which at present abide beneath the roof ot that
hostelry and a band concert under the leadership
ot Mr. Berger, will be given at the grounds
on the evening of tho 27th inst, in honor of the
"Alameda Excursionists." Following is the
1. Overture Light Cavalry ...Suppc
2. March Fannhanser Wagner
3. Chorus Bivouac retrella
4. Medley War Eccolleelion Beyer
5. Selection Bosslnl , JGodfrey
7. Polka-Blue Beard , Lutx
Aloha oe! Aloha oe! Hawaii Tonol.
When the Premier was plain "Mr." and known
proprietor of the Adrtriurr, the statement was
often made in that paper that a lighthouse on
Barber's point was on actual necessity, and the
attention of the then Government was called to
the danger incurred by passing vessels on account
of tho absence ot the light. The Gazette has
I asked the plain "Mr." since he become Premier,
I to haTts tho lifiht placwl there, nd now that the
1 -steamer ftuuet -Yoi, sarrjin; passesgi and
V,, fni,!', I ..'Mr,
oable freight, struck on A portion ot a shoal, off
that dangerous point, on tie 20th inst. the Gizettx
again mentions the necessity of a reliable beacon.
No necessity of waiting for an appropriation for
this purpose, one was made four years ago.
The stockholders in the IMiTy 7irmiiKiH newspaper
have agreed to accept the charter of incorporation
and have elected the following officers aa
representatives of the company. President and
manager Mr Daniel Lyons, treasurer MrS. M.
Whitman, Secretary Mr V. G. Ashley.
It is reported that one of the prisoners at the
received one doron Lashes across the bare back
the morning ot tho 21th inst, the same being
administered by the acting governor Malaihi,and
said to bo by order of Marshal Parke. The severe
punishment was given as a quid pro oho for impudence
which the prisoner gave one of the luna's.
Another chance for the Government white-washers."
The crew s of the two whaleships which have been
lying off nnd.on at this port, the Jfitr and the
desired shore liberty, which, being refused
them, caused a dissatisfaction to arise and they
struck work. .Assistance being asked for from the
Marshal Dayton, officers Mebrtens, Marcss,
and Tell with a pwe ot police were detailed
voyage out to the vessels, which they managed
do safely, and after placing several of both
crews in irons, brought on shore the most refractory
ones and placed them in cells at the Police
Station. o serious trouble is apprehended, the
men being well enough satisfied wttea ni sea.
Messrs. Lyons i Levey, the well-known auctioneers
held a special sale at their auction rojms on
the 2ith insL, for the purpose of disponing of a lot
thoroughbred horses wnich werenrlerecl for sale
under the hammer. The attendance was fair and
the prices realized were deemed satisfactory by
the owner; the following gentlemen were the purchasers
of the stock sold and at the prices mentioned:
Mr. F. Gay, No. 3, a bay colt, foaled Feb.
18S2, price SiW: Mr. James Gay. Xo. C a chestnut
filler, foaled March 13S1. price tXQ: Miles Bros..
Nos. 2 and .".. two bay fillies foaled ra'1832, price
for tho pair 3SO0; James Dodd, So. 1, a chestnut
colt, foaled Feb. ISSt, price $Ki3.
Mr. XeilBolo had a watch stolen from him
sometime ago, and the party suspected was shad
owed for awhile br Cantain Mehrtens and finallv
arrested, but no proof being obtained the suspected
party was discharged. The officer, however, had
suspicion that the article had been passed to a
chum of the arrested party and who had suddenly
left for Maui. Mehrtens wrote to deputy sheriff
Treadway giving him the marks on the missing
watch, and as a consequence it was ascertained
that the "chum," named J. H. Cook, had 6old a
watch of like description. He was therefore arrested
and transferred to this city making his appearance
before Jndge Bickerton on the 2tth
and was remanded for trial to the 2Gth inst.
Tbo members of the Honolulu Vacht and Boat
Club met last evening at the hall ot the Athletic
Association and, after the appointment of K. F.
Bickerton, Esq., as temporary chairman, Mr. AV.
M. GiiTard presented the report ot the Committee
on Constitution and By-Laws, which was adopted.
Tho election of officers of the organization was
then proceeded with, the chair appointing Messrs.
B. F. Dillingham and Frank Godfrey .is tellers,
the result of the votingbeing as follows; Commodore,
Governor J. O. Dominis; Vice-Commodore,
Hon. Frank Brown; Captain, Chas. B. Wilson;
Secretary and Treasurer, W.M.GifIard; Measurer,
Mr. Thomas Sorcnson; Executive Committee,
Messrs. W. G. Irwin, It. F. Bickerton. B. F. Dillingham,
W. L. Wilcox and Henry Macfarlanc.
After passing n vote of thanks to the gentlemen
who had filled the fro ttm positions, the meeting
" Dn Bist So Nah Und Doch So Fern."
The German residents of this city celebrated
the eighty-seventh anniversary of the birthday of
the German Emperor, William I., on the after
noon of tho 22d inst, by a "Garden Party," held
ou the premises of the German Club, on Emma
street, to which a public imitation bad been extended,
not only to the natives of "Faderland"
but also, to all their friends, to be present nnd
participate in the festivities of the occasion.
the rain which poured down heavily
during the reception hours, there was a very good
attendance of the German clement. an3 the hours
were passed in the enjoyment of listening to the
music of German composers as performed by the
Hawaiian Band nnder tho leadership of ilerr
Berger. The pleasures of the day were wound up
by n ball in the evening for which special invitations
were issued. In spite of the rain, which
came down in torrents, some two hundred guests
wcro present who enjoyed themselves thoroughly
and tripped the "light fantastic'1 till midoight.
Tho rooms wero very tastefully decorated, the
grounds lighted op with torches nnd lanterns, an
excellent supper was spread and all went merry as
n marriage bell. Mr. and Mrs. U. Glade, Mr. and
Mrs. Scfcr.efcr, Hon. H. A. and Mrs. Widemann
nnd Mr. and Mrs. Schmidt received the guests,
.fmvtt of the occasion in the celebration of
which the German residents must feel a pardonable
pride, a short resume is here given of
Wilhelm 1., Emperor of Germany and King of
born March 22, 1727, the second son of
King Friedrich Wilhelm III. and Princess Louise
of educated for the
career, and took part in the campaigns of
1813 and 181.", against tbo French; appointed governor
of the province of Potuerania, 1840: elected
member of the Constituent Assembly for Wirsitz,
Posen. May irth, ISIS; Commander-in-chief of the
Prussian troops against the revolutionary army of
Baden, June 1811): appointed Milibtry Governor of
the ltbine provinces, Oct, 1, 1819; appointed Ue-gent
of the Kingdom during the mental illness of
his brother, Oct. 8, 1S58; ascended the throne nt
the death of bis brother, Jan. 2, 1SG1. Married
June 11, 1829, to Augnsta, daughter of the late
Grand-Duke Karl Friedrich of
Offspring of the nnion are a sou and a daughter
1. Prince Freidrich Wilhelm, heir-apparent, born
Oct. 18. 1S31; Field-marshal in the Prussian army:
married Jan. 23, IS.3, to Victoria, Princess Boyal
of Great Britain, of which marriage there are issue
six childreu, namelv, Freidrich Wilhelm, bom
Jan. 27. 1833; Charlotte, bom July 21, 1800:
bom Aug. 11, 18G2; Victoria, bom April 12th
leCG: Walderaar, born Feb. 10,1808; and Alice.born
June 11. 1S70. "i. Princess Louise, bora Dec. 3rd,
1S3S, married Sept. 20, ISM, to Grand-Duke Friedrich
Tho kings of Prussia trace their origin to Count
Thassilo of Zollern, inc of tho generals of Charlemagne.
His successor. Count Friedrich I., built
the family castle of Hobenzollern, near the Danube,
in the year 980. A subsequent Zollern or
Friedrich III., was elevated to the
rank of a Prince of the Holy Boman Empire in
1273, nnd received the Burgraviate of Nuremburg
in nei; and nis great grandson. rnedncn 1., was
invested by Kaiser Sigisimnnd, in 1413, with the
province of Brandenburg, and obtained the rank
of Elector in 1117. A century after in 1511, the
Teutonic knights, owners ot the large province of
Prussia, on the Baltic, elected Margrave Albrecht
a younger son of the family of Hohenzollernt to
lun tusi ui uuu lu mu.' wuue,
declared himself hereditary prince. The early extinction
of Albrccht's line brought tho province
of Prussia to the Electors of Brandenburg, whose
own territories meanwhile had been greatly enlarged
by the valour and wisdom of Friedrich Wilhelm
'tho Great Elector, nnder whose fostering
caro oroso the first standing army in central Europe.
The Great Elector, dying in 1GSS, leftn
country of one and n half millions, a vast treasure
and 38,000 well drilled troops, to his son, Friedrich
L, who put the kingly crown on hia head at
on the lSlh of January, 1701. The first
king of Prussia made few efforts to increase the
territory left him by the Great Elector: but his
successor Friedrich Wilhelm I., acquired a treasure
of nine millions of thalers; or nearly a million
and n half sterling, bought family domains to the
amount of five million thalers, and raised the annual
income of the country to six millions, three-fourths
of which sum, however, had to bo spent
on the army. After adding part of Pomerania to
the possessions of tho bouse, he left his son and
successor, Friedrich II., called 'the Great,' a state
of 17,770 square miles, and two and a half millions
of inhabitants. Friedrich II. added Silesia, an
nrea of 11,200 square miles, with one and a quarter
millions of souls; and this, and the large territory
gained in the first partition of Poland, increased
Prussia to 71,3(0 square miles, with more than five
and a half millions of inhabitants. Under the
reign of Fricdrich's successor, Friedrich Wilhelm
II., the Stato was enlarged by tho acquisition of
the principalities of Ansbaeh and Barieuth, as
well as the vast territory acquired in another partition
of Poland, which raised its area to the extent
of nearly 100,003 square miles, with about
nine millions of souls. Lnder Friedrich Wilhelm
IIL, nearly one half of this state and population
was taken by Napoleon; but the Congress of Vienna
not only restored the loss, but added part of
the Kingdom of Saxony, tho Homelands, and
Swedish Pouierania, moulding Prussia into two
sepirate pieces or territory, of a total area of
square miles. This was shaped into a com pact
state of 137,001 square miles, with a population of
22.7t,13C, by tho war of 18CC.
Up to within n recent period the kings of Prussia
enjoyed the wholo income of their domains,
amounting to about a million sterling per annum.
Since the establishment of the new constitution.
however, this arrangement has been changed, and
the domains have become partly public property,
in so far as a certain amount of -the income is paid
into the public exchecquer. Nevertheless, the
civil list of the sovereign does only partly figure
in tho budget, a sum ot 2,373,000 thalers, or 38J.G1W.
being deducted directly from the produce of the
domains, nnder tho name of 'Krondotation,' or
Crown allowance. From recent explanations of
the ministers, it appears that the total amount of
the 'Krondotation.' at present, reaches the sum of
3,073,099 thalers, or 470,901 f., exclusive of the cost
of building and repairs of royal palaces, and similar
items of expenditure.
Dating from Elector Friedrich HI. of Brandenburg,
who, on Jan. 13,1701, the royal crown
upon his head, calling himself King Friedrich I.
of Prussia, there have been seven independent
sovereigns of the house of Hohcnzollcm. The
average reign of these seven kings, inelnding the
i resent monarch amounted to 23 years.
A'Boom in Burglaries.
The past week has been prolie with robberies
anil attempted robberies, there beine two
nl bnrrflaries reported, in which tho bold burglars
got safely away with their booty, anl two attempted
burglaries, the depredators of which last,
so far managed to escape the officers of the
The first on tbe list is that which took nlace at
the silk and lace establishment of llr. C. Michel
situated on the northwest corner of King and Ala-kea
streets, and reported at tbe police station on
the morninj; of the 0th inst. Here tho thief or
thieTcs obtained entrance to the store by means
of a rear window, harinc cnt away the potty
which held one of the panes of class in place, after
the removal ot which the catch was pushed backf
the window raised and easy entrance effected.
Once inside, the perpetrators (who were well sop.
plied with matches, as efidenced by the quantity
f oand scattered about the floor) gathered together
clothing, silk handkerchiefs, jewelry and other
articles amounting in ralae in the aggregate to
$1,000. They then Mired with the goods, ssing
the means of entrance as that of exit, bi'i"r
temporarily in an oat bnilding, probably to tie the
goods in suitable bandies, and decamped, Capt.
Mehrtens Tisited the premises and daring his inspection
ascertained that an attempt had also
been made to force open the money drawer tbe
marks of a chisel txang plainly discernablo there
on, xne roooers in weir uaste, teit a nagger De-hind,
the blade of which is abont fire inches in
length which was probably tbe instrument nsed in
remoTing the glass. Mr. Michel stated that it
was bis custom to ejeep in the store erery night
bat on this particnlar night he had foregone his
nsnal babit and had slept at tbe residence cf his
sister. Ihe regular policeman on doty at this
corner had been remored by police officer Tell and
assigned to doty at the citens, his place being filled
br another who look the libertv of
fisting the circus daring his watch and was pnl.
-- -my awgixwii
.ably conveniently absent dnrins the robbery.
iits uereuciion cost mm nts position.
In connection with the above robbery Deputy
Marshal Dayton ordered the premises ot one Wat
aha, a native in the employ of Mr. Michel, (in
whom Mr. M. had great confidence) to be searched,
the result beinc the findinc of soma clothins and
a'number of silk handkerchiefs, which, although
uuiiuiuuiiui uio property tuenoaiuou'Kui
ot the 20to, wero stolen goods, as acknowledged,
nfter a short parley by the nativa himself, and
he was arrested and locked up. Tho other property
stolen has not yet been recovered nor is there
yet any clue lo the robbers.
LISTS XJTTTXO, S.IC.
On the early morning of the 21t inst, the
for dirty linen, situated on King street
and over which a celestial named Ah
Sing is the premier partner, was entered by parties
unknown, but probably of the same nationality
as tho proprietor. After tumbling over various
piles ot laundried linen the thieves bundled
together a heap of the best shirts, sheets, skirts
and stockings that were obtainable nnder the circumstances,
and passed away from the premises
with their illgotlen booty. The dtsolation that
tho above robbery is apt to carry into the homes
of happy bachelors is fearful to contemplate, but
the ruthless invaders are not liable to be troubled
with remorse tor their nefarious Action unless
caught, which at present writing, has not happened.
On tho same date, 21st inst, a grocery store on
Emma street also kept by a Chinaman, was raided
on by a parly of prowlers who desired to examine
the interior arrangements without the consent of
tho proprietor. Unfortunately for the consummation
of their wishes, the noises made in attempting
to gain an entrance awakened the occupants
of the store, who, raiding an alarm, caused the
would be burglars to lice, and ttuy made their
escape without disturbing any of the somnolent
A BCTUK CVTO X ntUBOOM.
The Kevstone saloon situated on the corner ot
Fort and King streets, was closed as nsaal on the
night of the 2lst inst, and the dispensers ot cocktails,
ctC;, had left for their homes, to resume
work again at daybreak the next morning. One
the mixologists named Judge, becoming impressed
in the early pirt of the evening that something
out of the usual order of things
would hannen in connection with the saloon
that ntgut, concluded to wntte away a lew
hours in company with a friend named Charles
Morrosco, instead of retiring. About 2a.m.onthe
22nd inst, tho feeling ot impending evil still being
predominant, Judge proposed to his friend to walk
towards the saloon, which proposition being acquiesced
in, the pair went to the Keystone.
inside, the txsition of the safe door.
open, attracted Judge's attention and a look inside
showed that thieves had been at work, the
whole of the wooden shelving being smashed and
the iron money box removed. A noise in one of
the rooms caused a search to be made, result,
ing in the discovery ot two men; immediately
an attempt to capture them was made and one ot
the two was secured by Mr. Morosco, the other escaping.
A police officer was awakened and the
man captured was given into his charge to take Jo
the Police station, but while crossing Bethel street
the thief escaped. On Sunday, Captain Mehrtens
made a thorough search amongst various rookeries
in the city and succeeded in capturing the two
rascals, who gave the names of llusscll Germaine
and Josiah D. Cook, both young men and strangers.
On Monday the thieves wcro brought before Judgo
Bickerton charged with tho larceny of $73) 'the
amount in the box.) They pleaded guilty and were
remanded for trial at the April term of the Supreme
Death of Hon. S. K. Kaai.
Hon. Simon K. Kaai, a Hawaiian well known to
both the native and foreign residents of these islands
wa3 "gathered to his fathers" on the 22nd
inst, an abrupt termination to his earthly
career having been caused by an attack of paralysis
of the brain, from the effects of which he
never recovered, gradually sinking until death
ensued on the early morning of the date
above mentioned. The deceased was at one time
a powerful factor in the make-up of the legislature
OI uawsu, ill? uuucutx iuuuu; luc luuica, uu ac
count ot his business rsiauons witu tne laic
lluth being of great extent, and the defeat or
passage of many political measures were due to
the inlluccccs wielded by him. He had in times
past held various responsible positions in the Government,
from turnkey nt tho jail to positions in
the Cabinet, but, on account ot certain circumstances
was compelled lo vacate his Cabinet positions,
though nt the timo of his death Hon. Mr. Kaai
was a Privy Councillor nnd a member of the
House of Nobles. Tho funeral ot the deceased
took plr.ee from his late residence at Palama on
the afternoon of the 23rd inst, Kcvli. II. Parker officiating.
At tho conclusion of the religious ceremonies
the osumed body was placed in a hearse
and conveyed to the burial ground at Knwaiahao,
the remains being followed to tho grave by n large
member of friends over 70 carriages being in
line) and escorted by several members of the
Privv Council, Houso of Nobles, and members of
the Legislature, who acted as poll bearers.
Weakness and sickness changed to health and
strength with Hop Bitters always. See advertisement.
Hop Billets strengthens, builds up and cures
continually, from the first dose. Bo sme and see
Cn.r.titt : : Htfrlmnnrl. 3,UO(J,000.
'piIE UXJ)i:iJSIOXKI IIAVIXO
JL been appointed ascot of the above Company for
the Hawaiian lttandv Is prepared lo accept rfL(
aalntt Fire on HntMtn;T Furniture. lerelumllr,
rroduee.Snar JtUl?,.Lc.,on Ike mott far rableterm.
LOSSES FR3KPTLT ADJUSTED ARD PATA3LE HERE-
IWWljo At Wilder fc Co. V.
Assignees' Sale !
mmm: rxuKiisioxKi), as.
i slentes' in IlanUnptcy or THOMAS B. WAV
Ktll. will ell at public auction. ON' SATURDAY,
April 5th. at IS o'clock noon, at tlie Salesroom of K. 1.
Adam in Honolulu, all tho rl?ht, title and In t ere t of
Mid Walker in and to the following Leaee of premlft
ltnated on Kin- street, llonolnln. with tno new
I Lcae from Chan- Wd to T. B. Walker, eipire
Jnnr. 3Lrth, IW. Gronud rent $W per month, together
with the I'Uildlnx containing 2 e tores with upper
etoriee, and now under lease to S. Nowleln till April
5th, 1S; rental $UW per month. The other lately
as the Delmonico Saloon
i Leine from Chnnj Wa to Ira A. Bargct, as!;ncd
to Mid Walker. eiDircs June :tth. Ijo;: rrroand rent
$3J per month, premireg leacd tn 1. A. DUs till No
t ember 15th. at a rental of I0U per month.
tST" Plan of both premise ehowlnjr build in;,
and yardroom may be teen at . I. Adams1.
CHARLES K. M8UOI.
Assignees' tn Iljnkrcptey of Tho. H. Walker.
AsjlMJCIAr. JlKKTIXt: OV TJIK
Trustees of the tjneen's Hospital will
be held on THUHSDAY, the lh at 11 a.m. at the
room of the Chamber of Commerce, l'er order.
F. A. bUUAEFEIt. SecreUrr.
Ilonoluln, March 21, ltl. 100;
fsi GIVKX TO Alii.
X. sons that at a meeting of Snarrholders of the
DAILY HAWAIIAN ruDLIMIIXG COMl'ASV.held
on the 2Uo day of March, 151, It was roted to accept
the Charter of Incorporation to them and their
associates and successors nnder the corporate name
and style of the
Daily Hawaiian Pntilisrilnc Company
on the anli day of March, 18)1. and that the Corporation
nnder said Charter or,ranIred Itself and elected
the officers :
President and Manager. Dan'l Lyons
Treasurer M Whitman
ecrrtary WO Ashley
loua 4t W. C. A!?IILY. Sec'y. D. II. r. Co.
c Tin: riii.i.mvi.ii; dimhiiii:i
W. animals will bo sold at Public auction in
JVff) the UOVB1UCMEST POUND.
J )i LOA, at 12 M. OS .SAT VIIDAT. Mar. 2a:
Une Ked Horse. lonr white forehead, both hind feet
white, brand rlrUt. lndescriluble. 1 Whitish Gray
Horse, brand n:ht '-IK. 1 Red Horse brand Indiscriba
bie. 2 Goats.
li"MIt A. IS. KAACKl'l", Pound Master.
Will tTt Special Prrfoimanere before their
Wednesday & Saturday Evcn'gs
March 26th nnd 29th.
Childrens' Matinees both Afternoons.
ni wet: of pkoguammk !
lb. ENTIRE COMrASY. anit
THE EDl'CATED HORSE-,
Tommy, Barney and Jack
This Croat Combination will
n t mm, mi
On zixrii 1st.
Por a Season of Positively only
General AdmLiion tl OO
Children 50 Cents
C. and J. SHERMAN &. Co.,
E M. JEWELL. Propt'S.
f.enrra! Ba.Ii" . 5tnarrr. IOC
PRODUCE & PROVISION GO.
Respcctfallj notify the Public that thej hTC
Kstablihed thrnic)vc at
73 Hotel Street, Honolulu,
la pert of the premise! occupied by
SRESOyiCH, 5I$AY & CO,
Where can lie found a COMPLETE STOCK of
Produce and Groceries
inncn will be sold at
Lowest Market Bates for CASH!
TEVErlMSE -V. 371- I ro. BOX WO.
n" All orders and communications to be addiessed
Wit z. K. MYERS, Manager.
Oxtr Lutein Letter.
En. Gurnra Monday, Mar. lfln, 'birthday
ot Kamchameha II L, was observed nt Lahaina by
the closing of the government offices. Other bus
iness continued as usual.
The steamer Waimanilo. from Oahn. srwnt Sun
day the 15th at
me new Catholic Church at Kaanapali, est
Maui, was dedicated on Yfednesd.1T. the 19th inst.
The greater part of Lahalna's population was con-
Teyeoiniiuer ny train, it w reported tuai
or $300 was received into the church treasury on
that day to bo applied to the church debt.
Tho clothing, stolen some time sines from the
house of Mr. 1. Joachim, has been captured and
returned by the sheriff of Molokai. The China-man
changed his "Ah" and has not been heard
from since the robbery.
Large shipments of seed cane continue to be
made from Lahaina to Hawaii.
We regret to note the departure this week from
Lahaina of Mr. Gottschalk, who having spent
some four years in tho islands for the benefit ot
his health, takes passage by the .Iks 'ro'ri for Sydney,
en route for bis borne in Frankfort on-the-Main,
where he expects to arriro in July, thus
completing bis trip around the world.
Mr. S. E. Bishop is spending a few weeks at
Lahaina and vicinity, completing the survey of
Lahainaluna and other valleys, also locating such
prominent landmarks as will bo useful in future
survey. Mr. Bishop will remain until the end of
the month, by which time 1 will have completed
the surrey of West Maui, and his map will be one
in which dependence can be placed. A more accurate
knowledge of the lay ot the land is certainly
desirable, for nt present real estate transfers are
made in many instances by guess work, or located 1.
from some stone fence.
If the Postmaster-General is not aware of the
existing state of affairs we would like to call his
attention to the slack management of the way
mails. Letters mailed on Hawaii, and directed in we
plain business hand to port3 on Maui, go almost
without exception, to Honolulu, whence they are
returned to Maul by the steamer which, with a
proper system, should carry their answers back to
Hawaii. ThU system obviously necessitates a delay
of at least ono week and oftentimes more.
There is at this time n letter somewhero in the
raaiLs, or irretrievably lost, which was mailed on
Hawaii, a month or six weeks ago, and addressed
to a resident of Lahaina, which letter is patiently
looked for. This sort ot slackness is a great detriment
to the transaction of business between the
islands. Foreigners are slow to adopt the native
idea of "next week will answer just as well as this."
life is too short to do in Hawaii as the Uawaiians
Lahaina, Maui, Mar. 21, 13S1.
VIIlTUi: OV A AVItIT Ol' Execution
Issued from the Follee Court of Honolulu
against LoSan and Ah Hnn. doing business In Honolulu
under the name of Ha Yocfc Kee In favor of M,
rhullpe, for the sum of s-.'l-.' dollars; I hare
levied nnon and shall expose for sale at 1 o'clock p. nu,
OX bATL'BDAY, the 2nh day of March, A. D. IsI, on
the premlses.on l'nnehbowl street, Honolulu, lately
occupied by the said Ho Yock Kee, all the right, title
and interest of the said Lo ban and Ah Hun In aud to
the following property consisting of household and
Kitchen Utensils, stove etc., also slock of Dry and
Fancy Ooods, Groceries etc, now In store on said
premises, unless said judgment. Interests and expense
of sale are prevbmsly satisfied.
Ji"JU W. C. I-AKKE. Marshal.
LOST OK STOIJSS FKOM THE
undersigned, 4 Xoles of Hand of 'each,
Siren by C. i . Alona In favor of the undcrsijmed. Let
no one tate sara notes, as payment ot snch has Deen
flopped. (feined) SUM VAN.
jiuo. nanaii. .uarcnm.isni. Itu: at
Mortgagee's Notice of Foreclosure & of Sale.
TX ACCOKI)AXCK "WITH A TOW-X
crof sale contained in a certain mortcace made by
Jose lianas to Castle and Hatch, dated the isth day of
March. 1V, recorded In Liber 53 page -111. Notice is
hereby iren that said mortcayw intends to foreclose
saidmnrtcae, for condition broken, and npon said
foreclosure will sell at public auction at the sales
rooms of 11. P. Adams In llonolnln, on MONDAY, the
Slst day of April, 1S4 1, at 12 ia of said day, the rreml
res described In raid mortaje as below s necf lieu.
x nnner panicniars can e nan or h . 1L Catie, At"
torney at Law.
W. IL CASTLE and F. M. HATCH,
Premises tube sold arc In Aawalollmn. llonolulo.
and consist of nearly ono acre of pood land, fenced and
havtnr a house thereon. The premises are suitable for,
and will mate a yery pleasant hnmestead1 or one fit Tor
a chicken prhojtfarm hatlnjra cool dry climate.
MortirgeeTa Notice of Foreclosure & of Sale.
7X ACCOItDANCK WITH A POW-
JL, erof Sale contained In a certain mortasr made by
B. Z. Ah pal to Chas T. Unlick, Trustee t Colllnt estate,
dated the ISth day of November, ism), recorded In
HWr E, pae 257; notice Is hereby that said
mortacee Intends to foreclose ald mortsase. foe condition
broken, and npou ald force !omc will sell at
public auction at the eaUronm of E. P.Adams In
Honolulu, on MONDAY, the 21st day of April, 1SSI, at
12 o'clock noon of said day, tlie premise described In
said mortfiase as below specified.
Farther particnlars can be had of W. K. Castle,
CHAS. T. (1 CLICK, Mortjra.ree.
Premise tube sold are 6 31-HM acres good land at
Nltilli.N. Kohala. Hawaii; bein the same premises
described In itoyal Patent No. Tift, to Alapal. 1" It
Mortgagee's Notice of Foreclosure & of Sale.
IX ACCOXtDAXCi: A
of sale contained In a. certain mortjajje made oy
Sam. K. Kaeo and Mlkahala hi, wife, to Wm. A. Doner,
dated the l'Kh day of May, IStJ, recorded in Liber
82 pae 12. Notice 1 hereby glrcn that MlJ mortice
intends to foreclose said inortn;rdv for 'condition
broken, and noon said foreclosure will cell at public
auction at the sales rooms of K.P.Adam In Honolulu.
on MONDAY, theSlstday of April, lll, of
raid day, the premise depcr!bu in said mortise a
Further particular eanbehadof W. It, Castle, Attorney
at Law. Wm. A. HOWE IE,
Premises to be Fold are: All those premise, described
In Koj.il Patent 4191 L.C.A. Wl to Kahakal, contain-ins
an area of 3.9f acres, at Wafklfcl, Oahn,. Th
premise are nnder cnltiratlon. and hire a irond rental.
3I(irt.ragre's .Notice of Foreclosure it orSnlc.
IX ACCOKDAXCKriTJr A VOW
JL. t?t of ftle contained In a revtttf n wwtgc made by
Sam'I. K. Kaeo to S. I.dtb. dated the !SJtlt day of July,
1JW3, rewmled in liber tW.pa 411; notice Is heieby
giTcn that raid mortcapee Intends to foreclose said
mortrae. for condition broken, and nrwn mid fore-
cloore will sell at pnblic auction at the salesroom of
t. r. Auamsin iionoiumtn.jiuMJA,, inc uay
if April, ISS, at 12 o'clock noon of said day, the
said ruortgiirc as below specfrieil.
Foitlier particnlar can It had of W. 1L Castle.
Premleea tn be sold ale; lt All thouc premise
to said Kaen by deed of Kamakanila, recorded In
Ub?r:u.pa.tti,l!&liUae!8atWalkIki,Oabn; It is
a pood taro or rice land and nnder coltlratlou.
Jd All the undivided half Interest of said Kaeo in
tboe premises described In Hoyal Patent 2375 to
areaofSl.Oacres: a part
of which Is ood taro or rice land, and nnder cultivation.
Notice of Diolation of Partnership.
vtotick is iu;i:kuv oia:x
Xl that the partnership betircen J. K. ISoIorooaa, J.
jeakaiuiwai aim eionn i uaicria iois uay w?foira
1t mntnal eonetit o far as relates to the Mid J. Kea-
Valkawal. All debts dne to the said partnenhlp and
those doe by them will be settled with and by the re
maining partners wnowui ciniinae iau oiiinef a nnoer
the firm name of Hawallao Llrery stable Co.
Dated at llonotala, Mirth ltth, IMl.
J. T. IlAKEU,
PACIFIC RUBBER PAINT
Mixed Ready for Use. Any
One Can Apply It.
Use tlie Pacific
DURABLE. GLOSSY AND ECONOMICAL.
MANUKACTCRED ONLY DY
WHIITIUK. FULLRR & Co,
San Francisco, Cal.
For Sale by the Impirtln; Houc of Honolulu. 1'iit
up In l'i lb tins. M trail, cam and 1 & 3 lb linn.
It will not CHALK. TEEL or CRAWL. It Is MadO
of the Bestanit Purest Materials,
Pioneer Wliite Lead. Oxirto of Zinc,
Pure Linseed Oil, (Senuiiie Colors
romblne.1 with a STRONG J50IXTIOX ot
The Best India Rubbor.
PIONEER WHITE LEAD!
WenannteethlLeaiIlobe A bTRICTLY PTOE
ARTICLE. PUKE CAI1I10NATE OK LEAD, Ground In
PURE REFINEU LINSEED OIL. ind It U fold (object
to Cbemlcal Analjilj and tbe Dion Pipe Teet.
PIONEER WHITE LEAD Jl.nnfaetmed
In San Franclo, arrires here Freeh, and can be ob
talnfd promptly and lo qaantlttesaa efanted.
Its Freshness Is Economical. In that tbe Oft In which
His trronnd Is not soaked Into the wood of the Darka
ce?. and consequently the formation of "skins" Is
The PIOSKER WHITE LEAD IS TITHE WHITE,
IS FINER tlROL'ND than anrother In tbiiMatLet;
HAS snPERlOU"BODy." cr COVERING
ES, and Is without an ennal.
It Is put np in 0 lb. M lb, luo lb and -1 lb kast; In
!2'i lb and -C lb tin palls, and lu small tins from 1 to
10 lbs each.
A Full Supply Is Kept In Stock by the
Wholesale Houses In llonolnln. to ire cordially
recommend intending buyers. Manufactured only by
WHITTIER, FULLER & Co.,
Corroders of White Lead ami Manufacturers of Mixed
Paints. Color. W bite zinc, and Import
ertof French and Iteliaa Window (itas,
93? San Francisco, California. It
QUANTITIES TO SUIT
IMIKIITEII TO Till: J-.V
LUteof JAS. IV. liODERTON'i Co.. Rlnkrantii.
are hereby renaesleil to make Immediate tc. .
WM. H ACSTIS.
AT A31EETIXG UV TIIK STOCK.
boldera of tbe Honolulu Ice Works Co., tbe
elected fer Ibe
Tresident Ssmnel It Wilder
, W, E.
seaetwy Andnrvllc Wayne
Honolulu. Mir. 1st. ja. gO) Jt '
COTTAGE TO LET.
THAT PIiK.VSA3TJsY T.OCATKI)
CCHTAOE. at present oeeapftd by lfr. BoVrt
Levers, situated tn a sbnrt distaoce
west of Snnai(n. Ample accommocUtlons. tncladln;
for a family. For fall particulars,
ennmre of ltQDKltT OIJAY. al McLesn DrnUterf . Ko.
B?fI.YONS &TJZVETQ J I U L
C A Nil S A li 84
Friday, Mareli 28th,
at lua. m. at Sales Room, will be sold at ancUo.
Dry Goods, Clbthingv r"
Fnrniturc, Fancy Goods,
Manila Cigars !
PRIME RED" SALMON !
rotator, ami Drn. Kerotrtr OU. and a of
? IV Li8:($U' LEVEY.JAn&'rfl t, he
Mortgagee's Notice ot Foreclosure
and Sale I
TK ACcbltDAXCK M'ltLUI
rr of Hie contained In a certain mortgage made by
Kekfpt (t) and Kaakt (w) of Kail no. KnoUapoXo, Island
of Uaun, to Mele MtTtn. aa nrUin of the II to
ISaon' mlnorf , dated SMI. October, I?), recorded tn
H1er &, folios 47 and tJ nolle, la hereby lrcn thai
arc in? trotted hy, J 31. Momarrat, tlr preterit
snardlan of said minor? to lelr at jmbllc itnc.Vn at
our !alerpra,lii Honblnlc,
ON SATUEd'aY, MARCH 29th, At
At Ilo'ciock noon, the premises described in
said mortase as below specified.
I.TOXH .t I.F.TEY, Auction"'".
rremises to be sold consist of valuable tani land
situated at said Kallua. containing an area of 1 SUMOD
acre and are more particular described la Iloyal Ta
tent Xo. ?! L. C. Award 3177 to Kahewabewannl.
SALE OF LEASE
Under interactions from the Honorablr Board of
da t Ion, we shall offer for sale, at public auction
at our salesroom, on ijtieen pirrei, u.
Saturday, April 12th, next
At an npet price of $IW per an nan. , payablr
half yearly In adrance.
A Lease for Ten Years
Of that DetraMeralldin;Lftt.
Situate on the Maaka sitlo of King Street.
Keatly oppoIte the premises formerly brhinslns; to
the late Mrs Ucynold.
This Lot has a fronur of KUfeebon Kin iieet,
with a depth of 131 feet, and contain an area of 13,$13
CV Dulldln erected by the ! may br remored
at the expiration of the lease.
LYONS Jt LEVEY. Auctioneers.
Executor's Notice !
X or oftheWUIof Samuel H. late of
Maul, deceased, hereby zlxr notice to all permns
it ho bare claims against the L state of said tfamnel II.
Italiiey to present them to the undersigned within six
months from date of tali publication, r they will be
forerer barretl. WILLIAM O. KM ITU,
Eirentor Will or . II. Halsey, decased.
Ionolula, HU Marcji J ' iwt -It
TIIK UXI)KUIXKJ IIAVK
this ib t, October 19th, ISSt, formed a partnership
nnder the firm name of "UUI KALE PA O
for the purpose of carrying on a
Kalmn, Pnna, Hawaii : J W M Ka-
laroufeanl. J K KaatAal, h LUipiJA w Aaiiai. J L
AhU, II Kfolie, J M Kaiiwila. Joo Kfeohtf Jr.. Ml-- A
Pa lea, Mls K Palvn, MUa S Kamaoea, MU
Mls Lizzie Kanvrlla, .Mi-s K Uca,
MUAwlhI. Mrs AhU, Mrs Mann, Mr Kahana,
Mrs Ahnal, Mrs Hmou. MrOUhntumanu, Mm Sanh
Lnpennl, Mae. Kniknlpua, Kanwa, MrKamalnni, Mr
uiia(.JirivauoaiaJua Jir uaea, jinmi,
of lvalmu; Pnna; J M Kama. D K Kahaclello,
?1 K PIihonu.1, S 3(akna, Mary Makna, Decky Kalwi,
Her. Kalwi, Maria KalahoIewa, Mls Kapnaokahlklmt,
MisUilaukamlnn'. Mas. Ml tk.ik.nl, Mi. .NaUrU,
Maatrr Kapiake. J 1! Kalme of Kalapana; jiiaa;
MlHautial. Kaloi, . Miss. 1'oAf. Pnniho, Knwarml,
Ulla. Kaon oh 1. Kanae. of Kapaahn. Puna- C X Pea,
II K Pea,3Ir Kcllllohl. Tookapu, of Pa nan. Puna; JM
Kabula, of Kehena, Puna; J W Nnht Jr.. Miss
of KcahlLika, Tuna; Maria Kaulunale. of PH Donna.
Hllo; Matter Paalna, of Pclean, Hllo; J H La in it
bolo, of IIoDolalu, OaJih.
J. M. KAUWILA. I-resident
Kalmn, Pnna.Mar. 11.1WI. I'I If
M. 1 to 10
lOTPlgs. of GlotTiing
Amdeifl? S S Madras In September. IMS.
Xotice Is hereby tlreii that the shore good- will he
sptd tn U (Uj from date to delta? charges and ex
peoaee'DH. tame. If application, be not niadt for
elL,ch.irsrs paid to tlie nnderihreft before
the'explratlonof lharperlod. ir'"
TIIKO. II. ll.WIES Jt to.
Honolnlii.Mare!i lTlli. IMI. HOI 21
A XOjTIUK: ! m;..ai
t i.i.iM;ttM)sli ivi.xtK'Arrr.i. ikiiisi.s
Jlnn.1 IIUIIS rann.I?tflti LinUslnr ntnokohait
and Ilnnoloa. Kaailana lail. are notineii io asTe me
fame reraovea hyjitrti M aiwr iii animait
.iiuuKen np ior
For San Francisco.
THE A I HAWAUAS
13 jV.T2 -.' XT A. I 1
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above?oit
For freight or apply to
VM H. IIAl'KFELD CO., Apm
For Apia, Sainoan Islands
The llai.all.in Halt
Hon ml from S.m Francisco to AjiLi. will
call at Honolulu About 31A1UH Slli,
And lake a few passengers, if offered. !
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.
THE MAOSIFIfENT NEW II1UN STKAJISIIIPS
HaripoNa aud Alameda
Wilt Leave Honolulu k San Francisco
Ontho I stand ISth of Each Month.
l'ASSEXUEKS mar Jiitp their namet txwkel m ml-
Tancc Dj appijinz at tne omce oi tbe Agent.
tT Viestnzti bj this Line are hereby that
they will be allowed of basras FHEE by
the Orerlantl lUIIvray when et.
Excnrvloa Ticket for the round trip, $li. rood ti
retnrn by any of the Company' teamerf within "
3F.RCHAM)I?K intended for tblpnient by litis Knr
will boreceired free of charge in the CorapaqyN New
M"arehone.and receipts l(ioeil for Mine Jnaftancr
im Merchandise In the Warehonse will beat owneri
WM. O. IRWIN Jt CX.
WW Amenta O. H. . Co.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
TIIK M'M.MUI) HTKA31M11I1'
Ami llir Splcii'llil .Nteatiihlp
CITY OF SYDNEY
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SA FRASCISCO
0a or about Monday April 13.
FOE SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND!
On or about April 19, 1884,
For ire'sbt and Passage, apyly t"
KlOJc H. lUfSFELDAlO .Atenl..
UcmmI. lor Mlilpuieut perMeamer rnis siois
beHloretl, t'reeol C'linre. lis the
IVfirelioiiaer sseiir the TTIinrf.
Tli. Agents bcre are now prrpared lo
IjsncTlclcls toSan Frauclsto anil ltcturu,
F0U 8125 THE Bfll'SU TUIl'.
FOR EUROPE VIA NEW YORK
Two Sailings Every Week.
From jWir York every Werjnatlay,
From Dotlon erery Saturday.
RATES OF PASSAGES
tl,iii. ..... ."to, anil Sluo :oll
Accordln; to Accomaodatloti.
, KETfnS TICKET! OS FAVOIUDLE TEmlS.
m'etrnite -.- f?5 Current?
Uoodcconiniodatlon, rin always be. saeased on
to W ILtlAHS DIUOSU A CO..
JAS. ALEXASDEtl, '
,JWSUUlJett, Bl-v ,. " T
' Wkbxo'x n.' ' 6 . '
4 Oreca, 5-a York
Kotict. to rassen;e;a tun Aut-l!te, Sew Zealand
and TioCand LineaHordamoretban nsnal
facilities to from
prrts. tbe f rcinesey of its sallinza preclndln ' all poesl.
v?bsojt n. bkows co..
Br P. ADAMS-
OS RILAOKAIirA TLAISI
I have received In'tnsetlous lo or for sale it
ruMtc .taction, on bee
Saturday, Maroli 29th
At tt o'cloel: mmm at my salesroom,
TilOSE CERTAIN 3 LOTS
Or Parcel of Lan.Uou LuMllloand Klnan St..
Adjacent to the residence of W. R. Castle. Esq . and
havinj each a frentazeof 7J feet and am feet depth-.
beiuT part ef lets S. Ill aud ! on Ooverament
survey Jfap. ,1 . .
The Itaatlonva' these Lota tilth their beautiful view
Diamond Head and the ocean ts tho Walin mnn..
the pleasant neighborhood and the prailmity to
Falnr -altogether render them the most
Desirable for Building
That could be obtained, lteinz situated upon Or
the slope from FuurhNxritlTt them also
perfect dratnare. a most latpertant
rim of tr e land can be seen at the room of
K.V. ADA JIM. Anet'r.
the ItaMrfraer of MRS. DC DOIT, corner Beretanta
am .iari ?ufln, mil o ?om. on mcouri a
f Depart are, He
ON WEDNESDAY, -APRIL 2
At 1 a m. on lit rreashrs.
The Entire Household Furniture
is rAirr .: ronows.
PAEL0R FTJRNITTJBE !
Handsoma Carpet, OOxli; Upright Plaao forte.
MlrroTs, Diran. Kay Chairs ana Keeker,
Centre Table. Vienna Chair. Cbandelhrs.
Fletmrcrs, Fine Coral, Maslc Boi, Tea Pays,
Lmbreqalns and Cornice, llrackets. Loere.
Rltension Diolns Table. Sideboard, Cnpboard.
Dining Chair. Desk, Crockery and Olatuware.
Tahk Wares, Dook Case. RerrtLrrntftr;
A Larrfr and Choice Collection of
Plants, Flowers and Ferns.
of ihe latter .in xiietl.
B.W. Marble-top Bedroom Set
rtnlslcads. Diraiis.TV'a9lisMa4s. Chairs,
Tatsles. Ac. ItalrUttrsssM. Csathar llUows.
?rr!(iii Mattmseti Mixuielto Sets, nimtsti,
UvTerlets. tsaeetf . njlow Cas, Knsts nasln.
Kl lVardrob.st'l"tiffil tVanliatHss, Eltn
Ueicans, n V? Loae. Aensshosil Uepfcoartl,
Itocirti, CmUtnf, ltai ae4 Mats. TolSM rte.
Kat Cot. BattLTBt,llse. Step Ladder.
Velocipede. Vhrn Mewer, Store an,d
, " t.anlrn Tools. At-. Ac, Jtc
', I- t. All.lJtM. .tnc'lr.
land at South. Kona,
am Inatrncteit to fer at TuMk Awlfwi.
1 At W o'elock noon, at HalewwMa,
THal Certain Parcel Band
Situate at Katahiai, Sontti Kiwa. Hawaii.
aadmvee paHkBlarileocribedln tUjalTatent 5857, L.
CI Award 9BTI K. to KahoWlapw, eentaininji an are
ot1 acrM with all tlie apptirteiMiKeii and
therrto Thfre are
21 Iimldings ii pun tho Properly.
I! 1'. Anr.'r.
X X M ZTXID
. KIM-I, t t CUHIIA.XIIIX
U rifh TBrrdnTlHI'iM.. or 1-tit
In it, M.ialifn. Mflena, Mdhnkona KawAtnae, Laqtmv
and Hllo. Amvins at lUlo early Thursday
mnruiua AVili Imte Ulla ecii Thmujr At noun;
MahRkona raeh Fritlay at I P M , Kawaihar at t A. M.
H A.M.. ( il 7 Til A. M..
find Lahaut at 'J-.K A. Jf reaching llonolnln weh
l'A.NSKUKi: T'Uirf Hin 1H lemT each
FHday at 1 1" M.. fflBnnTfrTlh the KlnadaLMihtu.
fcnna " "T"
The KIam WILL TQUCIl Kwtokate and raRia
the ohor.'. . a
KtnaiTuMiMV Mk hHTfl ftakht for
frtfaat tiHtiKitkazraonTr. All
heary feeljW for (m above poffwlll betaken by t&r
Steam bk c1!iikelike9'
ui:isi:.urii. t t coji.n.ixnrin
Will loavu llouti'nln resrnrarly rivry tB days for lire
follow inc poet. Lahaina. Mailna, Maktna,
Ookala. Iinnahiehir HakJiau. Omrmaa. Pankaa,
rapalkuD.M'alnakuandHtlo wIlltiHKh at
all thabAfe port
All frntn Kawlilh i mnt by the
i.4iti:..i;., i ( o.n.iiA.xnr.u.
Will Unmiliiln MdimUt It . I M.. for Kf-
nakakat. Pnkmi. llncln. Haaa, Makaala,klphal and
Kan; and at Kranae cwry otliw week.
will Ueh at Lahaina. Tnkoo Jftd Kanna-
kiki. athlni: llonolnln Krlrtar I' M.
j ,i i
jictuti't'uit, t s t'iMinA.iiir.n,
Will leare llonnlnln each Monday I'. !.. for Ike
irie of Ouhn Wlllfio hy way of WalalM.
.iiinri nt In4trrsint rlTere. retlrnintr every
Ftidm I'. M
r i ..iiitiim II n-if lie r'.(Hn.ibi foe any
frelirlit iW uicka'ie. for, r for per
...I hair nnl.. nl.lnl m.rkrtl o rctnontiom
for mnnfj 'ir itnl.''s. In charge of the
AiTJne.IWna.ir wlltlM' UtM "I l.lve stack, bat the
onAiiyiiil.irMsiiein r!.k l accbleal.
! I! HOSE Serr.tary.
Ilt't'll I. '
STEAM NAVIGATION CO.
. , , BATES, Connaaader.
Will Itim Iti'm'ilar Tor Komi ami Kau
Honolulu sit I p.m. on
ftfalay, Jan.. . .lllFrldVr. Feb
Tmetamy. Jan . Msrth. ... I
.... Urritof. Mareb . .. ...II
TeUf. Tl ,U Tnesrfij, JIjtsJi....
Ar?te at 'llonoliilii on ; I i
Thcaday, -fan . ...WTneWay. .March.... .. ..It
PrMay. Feb.. .... i PrMay. Jlsreb ....a
I AM EBON
Leaves Honoluln every Tuesday, at 5 p. sl,
for Hawiliwili, Koloa, Eleele and Waimea,
leaves Kawiliwili every
Stmr. JAS. MAKET.,
IHEEH.tN I ommandei
Leaves Honolulu every Thursday, at 3 p. el,
for Kapaa & Xilanea. Hetumlag, Leaves
Kauai every Monday, at 4 p. m, and touch-in?
at "Waianae toth ways.
Stmr. C. R. BISHOP,
Leaves Honolulu Every Tuesday, at 4 p. m,
for Kukuihaele, Hono'xaa and Paauhau. He
turning, arrives at Honolulu every Sunday
to- OFFICE i.I tbo Company. Foot of Kihlnest Street
neartbe PUIWbarf )77tfu
DESLBABLE COTTAGE TO LET
rainn omits roa
X L-ar- or Kent that daalrably sitiuted Erlct Cot-tare
nn TMncann jnst abare bis own residence.
Tbe hay all tbe modem improeements.
Tbe let u spaclooa.andtbssrroand'
l&cs are all co-aid desired.
For apply tu I. AFOSC.
Cor. Kin-; and nnann Sires4 i nptairs).
llonolnln. Ifarcb. tset. lw lt
Nbtiea of it
By (Hretiies o B. A. WMratue. r j:I
named In areeruia of nertnn. Javd I
rrtn. ISIS. saad. b. Lmm s mJ uLSt ttl
A. WWemaae. I aa iHrteted toeelja; ffj
tin. tm , . !
Mondayy April 14t
At H noon, atmy 9alen9fa. 1st Uoi I
AH Tkom detent
Pieces or Parents ,of M
, i-lf ; ' -!
Kkiialriat Pahaa. VTaVtanM. IfthMtof (iaSiJ I
tad belnc aft the land descrlbtd ra Royal -;e
jB, KBieaaa item nwv.
Foe farther It - r
te Ceell Brown, AUoniej at L. I
On Monday. April : : 2811
At t o'elk wrn. at ;aJenas,
will offee at aaethin (hat Lot of Land mi Ka I
Avenue, kiKwn as Lot 3, KaaakalB, adMt
Kaptotaal Park. si nm it
ri. hatinff ar.rnmtaPFAf iim
depth rntu feet ni felrWeJ n f riw
directly ovpotlta the Msts.be(9nrttq( la Mv
Cnran and T. lleyman.
Th Tmtbxea of LanaUhs Ectali haw lata
notberatrenae.bacfcotthlsloi.Mvthar. (t wttl b
frootaira an twa streets. Water ei Sa nbtatnev t
thadtert artestao wHl, behmpni; t Ja. Canifl
Terms Cah ; deed at eipent ef pottkaaer
E.P. ADAX.H Aarttl
Dy Urihe t s TniitiSafet.t tnat Xste. I
iSalt Sefl at robrtt .tictfcs?. rWTft l ASH
1WI ,T I
? - 4 - -
Tbe Sits, day of AFBIL. A. D. tM. at
i . I i
For House Lots,
o. I alaa a
ia, awaij :
MataancLJatre Larnl nn the -"est sMa or
JIilsf(ar.r tbe aliens. I. and
Aamakas. I H".
luml and MIWI. on ihe .1 .l.le of
MakanalK near th ratlraid. and adjoint.
I.T S- Cane. Ka 4nd,:lst IJBrt en t we
.Me f tAajmaala Mrs nr au.oi.
In A am! KI9.
-Th t(Kn of Mikayaa noL
Lands at Waialua, Molo-
l.tlT 1 -One Ke,pK Vl koele luicwn It
U4pa slimlaJn sfsna I ef Kasn,n
lean. tl'nf in aore
I.T seO Kala Land situate .11 -be eist Mok
ot tb ' of I u k
Mm. an lre.
IMt 3Kal WMrbAtr N I
lsam on l
i7crope.ilJl tkwratlle road. t4tMt lf s.J j I
LSBT and Kala Land itaale en Ibe
of ttalahs, Fnnlobna. U
LOT Land .Haste In Ike maaka par ITU-aha.
lAtt Land tbe wf
Lo r A-l -H-" acre. Lot 11-1 ITOkii Lo t "
Ut If I -K atte Lot II
lKetes. tot I-W seres.
TheWaliw lA by letwrs. air sltnal tbo
buk t ICsalawal east Of llesd
fMnttniC ta.road from Honalnbt byway i r"N
Kanblanl VtA ,..(
tMtt as- Fastnre 'and near Kaplolanl Par witbSa
curb of attestan water at acre?
Lsrr 31 FasUit and arable Und near KapMaal
Fatkjwttbln rcsxh ofattetlaa water n
fjBT -11 ta.iofe and
Fatby wHbln reaeb ot brteslan water S
LOT and araMy Und near Knplofnj
Kaik; wHbln r of artesian water.
land Mar Fok
LOT land Mar Ksplolsnt Farb . wKUa
reaeb ef liteslin watet. W rAKUacrn.
LOT land iatendlnx lleadV
beadtand par ttuHnto ot all the world.
LOT lsd nsabal ef
LOT land makal ot toad west ot Tel
jrsph 331 acres.
IMt 39 land tn tbe step mad
near Tektrs pb 3tatlon. na V-tm ton.
LOT - Tbo Kapabahs sen Ssbery.
Island 'of, Kauai :
lJrery Wi C'.l,
TilS Und will Wto
sarjlan of tbls Property can btj een St tb ,t
l a? &SJUHR