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The Hawaiian gazette. [volume] (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]) 1865-1918, April 02, 1884, Image 7

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TlnvnTTTTK. APRIL 2. 1S8I.
Business has not brisMcnrd flnco lot wilUni, Ike
continuation r the dullnemhen noticeable cxtendlni,
to dtc, dealers in 11 Hnc ol trade vo'.clnc the general
statement tint. " timet arc doIU" Our products
continue to arrlvclu larj.e oMnUllw frunohn borne
an report, from tie cane !V1,?'' hl'h
iirld MrifcTS!! crop rlll be a Jarc one. Tlie nl.;u
til, asked tor cxefimrc, and also the scarcity ot ame
Kit. the attention of business men lo the poor
comSdil?Vhlcl .lt. In shape
last the Hume-.
artvar. ..arc
.iih imlJr Illtnah from Olaeeow itli a penerul
Sr?e!iWs!..t)e.lli.co.l.nd Efi. and
cUnMirlo from the Co.! w"k earrocs.
ts! .vnfrtnre" have been Amelia for lumber
.XS.'.k7t1.lS Sara on a nls. and W.J. Irwin
v.. T ."... for San Tb- Ala
from Ibe Coin with nwa date to t . IR iBtL ' '
Mar. Oltfow
36 Am. h bV. Dana. Ilickmott, from bao Fru
57 Am brljConjiaclo. Coutins, from San Fran
M-Am bUnc Ella, Clirord. from ban Fran
u.m pchrCalfb Ealova. llolcman, from IS F
31 Am blne hello a, Wale, from Sydney. N S AV
Mai. V Mart, AHrn. for Arctic
31 Amltine Win U Inrln. Tamer, far i F
Apr S-U J AUiatil. Morc, for San Frau
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Vesftels In Fort.
Am Malm Difcovrrr. Pcrriman
Am tn Kxertftior.Velta
Am tern Jinn-fine. Elliot
Am bet lie Conarlo, Coo?lnu
Am echr Caleb Ealon. Uolem.ni
Am fagtuc bcllna, llljke
From Glafzon , per Uirmah, March carjo of
trneral mrn:uaa(liifiqi.ort,jTrorlsloii 4x
From ban Fnntfteo, per Coninelo,iIarch St A fall
caro mcrtlianctltc. produce, lire tott, etc.
From han FrancleCfOpetlla. JIartb S3 A f nil caxo
mcrchandlf e. proTiaiOBf etc ' -
From hjilnry. ?C S W , per rl.na. Marti
For San Francisco, jut IV ( Irwin, IMarck S 7319
pkc ftogar. 2VTS pkgf ncr 3fpk;o)d Jnnk; DomfUf
From GUpow. jht UlnnalT, ManHi CG I, Parih.
From Kauai, and Walanar, per James Maker, March
FroraSat Franc lfCa.'trConu!o, Marcher Master
J II lUbcocfc. n Elankman,C A Hood.) , T srstrallon, S
(J J EcrLr J
From han FUcclfCO. per Clla, MarchJO TJKiiUmu,
Harry Lloyd. J A CarlkV
From Kahuiul, per Kllauea lion, March 25 W II
ConmcJI, U It Jnwn ajl A D llnylry, b Decker. T
Mi ore irdrire4'TC!BrIonyi
FromMacl and Hawaii, per Kir.au, March"S9 J 1
Kice. A K Vail. A B Hall. Ie A O Forbw, HeT b T.
ArcLIke, J OUQllan. FM bnanxsy. A J III-Up.
J i(cvtonjiiidlie;AV I. Lawrence. L bcrcrancc, P
ItDtlerJ P'JkleMriim, J B llhwd. W W Hall; 'J MiR J
II Walker. Mother apfrlor, J II Wood, W A A tip tin.
S Farker. wife and daughter. Mm O Winchester and 2
children. Mrs U bandermann, 3 children and errant,
T W Kerett and wife. Mr F Jone and child, Mr D It
Vida and S children. JO Ilorrie. W Y Homer, Mips I'
Taylor, Diwn. Capt I) Tavlor.
From Kanat. perlnalanL, March 30
H S Norton, Mfc" l'aria
For Maui and Hawaii, per I.tkclikc, March ai Jod?e
A Fornaudcr, J XV Yoou?. K J Nicholt, Mr Hare, J Mc-Ehon
JJJnirj y , . V
For Kanat; amTWalana' . per Jame
M I Monarrat. I1 Ucnbcrz, J IMtran.
For ban Francisco, per ilnin. March - Mra
Capt G W ltrown and child. Mlf E Dodoit.
A ClllTee. Mri II and child, Mri U W
Laine and ron. Mrs M It r own
For Kalinlnl, prr KUaoea Jlon. March 31 Mies E
J(me.i; UlTtn.J CMmlna. ISGIusbni?,
F Howard, V Sherman and 1fc, J Sherman, Mite Ma-be)
bt Claire. W Morocco, C Morotco, H Morocco Uco
Thomptjon, FlaMondne. G beott, bcliele, A HocUon.
It Cochran. T J Maloney
In tMacHy March aoth. lothfvtfeol John M. Oat,
a daughter.
rtHdcucc of Mm. Maroon, by the Itcv. (Jco. Wallace,
MrIou llnrAnrtoMlta Caileie Hikd.
Honolnla, March :ih. iwi,
al the residence of Kct. J. A. Cruzan, and by the Iter.
J A Cruun,Mr. L. C. Am.r.0 to'MlFn Ehxa Amrkw.
Honolulu. March "Hb,
ISM, by Iter, J. A. Crnran, Mr. liro. Jonswx, tolits
CanoUKA 7iuvx, both of bneeden.
Wanted A LilitUoasoou liarber'b Toiat : apilj
to tbc ship owners in cencral.
41 Bbcnnaus Circas" took up stakes on the- 31st
ultimo nod took passage xm tbo stmc datCTpcr
Kilaitrrt JIoh for Kahulin, Maui.
l'uo O. S. SprWiJwJ&tUpluihlovkri, is due
hero from Ban'Ffanciaco 'on the SluThstr bringing
mails and news dates to tbo 1st inn.
At 10 o'clock tbis looming MrAdauiSsUhe nuc
tioneor, willlBcll n lotot Uonuhold farmtnrc at
tbo rcsidenco of Mrs. Dndoit, corner of Alakca
and Ifcretaui.a streets
A competent .inlbority stately that tbero oroOer
1,000 Chinese idle, in tbo city of Honolnla.
from the f nrroandiu districis nnd tbo other
islands would ndd largely to that unmber.
A sailboit juld tba ffk prerious br euction for
f bG was sold again sl Friday for JIG, nnd a deck
bonso which brought 30 on it. first sale realised
f 40 on this last occasion. Lyons ALcvey auctioneers.
Tbe.liritibb bark llnmah, GapUiu Witt, arrived
in -port here on tbo'JClh ultimo having made the
Toyagein the remarkably good time of 117 days,
llio vessel briogs a cargo of general merchandise
and she is consigned to Messrs. G. . Macfarlane
A Co.
The roadway and sidewalks on Kuig'street
and Ikthel st.Tets baro reccired
nttention nt the.; hands oftho lload 5uper7isont
during the past week, and seTcral old and f amiliar
mud -spots bare disappeared bef oro this much needed
march of improvement.
111? insubordinate whalemen belonging to tbo
barks ilatf and llimltr wero returned to their
vessels iireviouo to departure. An eye witness
states that "all hands were happy enongh as long
as the vessel was known to bo bound for a cruise
off ahore.' .
llTlt.'H. I"nncess Iijilia ficcowpained by the
littlo l'rinocas Kaiulam, and attended by Mrs. C.
11. Wilson, left hero on the 2.tu ult, pr ktcaiuer
LrhM lot n'visit to liana, Mani. Daring her
absence l'rincess Lydin will attend a mill opcuing
to invited.
t "
Mr-Horace G. Crabbo received an appointment
.. on the police force on the 1st inst, and has been
VJjlaced in charge of tho station house. The new
is a well known resident in the
comiimtiHv and hisappointment is favorably commented
Hfs" Majesty has lately taken pleasure trips,
accompanied by his three nephews, in the littlo
steam yacht Zyf la. Ono one occasion lately the
Tcutured too far from home, off the
ell uuoy, and the coal giving out t hey were compelled
to obtain assistance from one of the whalers
lying off tho harbor, to reach port.
Tho O..VO. steamer Anlie from Hongkong
f id Yokah&ma and Honolulu for San Francisco is
due at this port on the 8th inst, probably having
on board another installment of Chinese immigrants.
The frolic would bo followed by the
J. M. S. S. Cilf ef 1'eliiif, which was to leave
lofcoiiaraa April em.
As on inccntivo to tbo young men attending the
course lessons in Bookkeeping, given at tho rooms
of tho Y. M. C. Am to pay need attention to the
instructions, Mr. 1'. C Jones, Jr., expressed bis
intention of giving a prize to the member of tho
class whoso books would be judged, by the
judges, to be the most correct. Tho award
took place at the Hall on the evening of the 23th
Captain liravi formerly of tho missionary brig
iltruinj itar, but now in the Fast, has contracted
for the buildingof a vessel to replace the brig now
doing missionary service among the islands of the
South Seas. The new vessel is to be 130 feet in
length, 12 foet depth, and 435 tons register, lie
sides Bails the vessel will also bo worked by steam,
engines being provided for use in the calm straits
to be found in the low latitudes.
Mr. L. Levey, of the firm of Lyons & Levey, the
well known auctioneers, has reccired news from
Mr. Abraham Hoffnungof London, that the tine
steamer City of Parh (formerly of the Intnan lino
of steamers) would probably leave Liverpool on the
Wtb ultimo for Honolulu, calling en roate at the
Azores for Portuguese immigrants. The 6tcamcr
was formerly one of the fastest that ever crossed
the Atlantic, and postage in her was at a premium.
Tho following gentlemen bavo been drawn for
jury service during tbo April term of tho Supreme
Court, and Captain Fehlbehr is now around informing
them of the fact and that their presence
will be required first on April lltlu Wm. Lish-man,
W.C. Peacock, J. M. Oat Jr., H. Von Holt,
W, It. Lawrence, A. Marques, J. Lvons, E. C. Howe,
John Kmmelnth, W. S. Luce, L. It. Puttnn, J.
Simouson, J. U. Poguc.Il. H. Hollister, Capt. John
Boss, I. Wundcnbnrg,
B. Miles, James Simmons, A. Gartcuberg, F. J.
Higgins, J. Hymen, C 11. Kldridge.
There was n large gathering of people nt the hall
of the Y. M. C. A. on Hotel street on the evening
of the 27th nlU, tho occasion being tho occurrence
of an entertainment consisting of vocal and instrumental
solos, declamations and recitations, given
undcr(the auspices of tho members of the Young
People's Temperance Association. The various
parts were jicrfarmcd in a creditable manner, and
the audience present testified their pleasure by
frequent applause.
The Interior Department clerks had their hands
fall of business on the Slst ult., an almost continuous
stream of Government creditors applying for
aid and assistance in getting their bdls paid. All
of tho clerks, from Mr. Uasscnger down, aided and
abetted to tho best of their abilities tbo despoiling
oi me com in uie iiuasary isuiuj jet, nunc en
gaged in this laudable business, Mr. Uassinger
and his staff strengthened the Government finances
by turning in collections amounting to over
A small bee farm at the entrance to l'auao Valley
was quite a surprize to an inqsisitivo pedestrian
the other day. The owner hag about IB
bives and finds a market for the honey among the
restaurant keepers, who take it in prcferance to
ftyrup. A considerable quantity is consumed in
VVailnku. It Is surprizing that our grocers
do not 'get hold of it. The honey is pure, well
flavored, and superior to much that is imported.
The care of bees is not a heavy one, and a hive
should ud its place at every Portuguese cottage.
Every small industry liko this will do good to the
country. Specimens of Hawaiian honey should
find al the Agricultural Society's Show.
The last performance of Sherman's circus, given
on the evening of the inst, was attended by
His Majesty nnd K party of friends who in
concert with the large audience present, were
much pleased at the intellprnce displayed by the
horses Tommy, Barney niid Jack, the clownish
antics of Thompson, Mondce and Morosco, the
slack wire performance by Charles Morosco, the
"great acrobaiio act" by Walter and
Harry Morosco, tho exercises on the horizontal
bar by Scott who isTery rapid in his movements,
Mr. W.F. Mossman has received the appointment
of port surveyor nt tho port of Kahnlui,
Maui, vice O. F. Boardman, resigned.
The regular monthly meeting o! the Mission
Childrens Society will beheld at the rcsidenco of
J. T. Watcrhoase ca Saturday evening April Cth.
The stock of goods belonging to tha bankrupt
fcsttto of Messrs. J. W. ltobcrtsou & Co., will bo
sold at auction bv Messrs. Lvons A: Lever, on the
,. The Honolulu Yacht nnd Boat Club seems to be
'lie coming organiittion, hosts of friends express-mg
their intention to assist the clab in a substantial
Two new steam fire-engines tor the Honolulu
Fire Department, are expected by the Haripom,
and on arrival the "boys" intend to .give them a
St. Allinn'e rlton iln.l I.e. Tv:. r...
fort night vacation. This establishment w ill re-
"r" " Atmi uul iug vacation uas
been lengthened by special request.
Mr J. J. Owen, tho editor and manager of the
., ouu ct:kij .ucrTHfTr ui isan dwe uiui, accompanied
by Mrs Owens, is paying the islands a
A jetty has been built by the Government, extending
from the (Quarantine grounds to deep
water in the harbor and immigrants detailed to
the seclnsion of the grounds may now obtain passage
thither dry shod.
Mr. I.. Malterro has opened tho store lately occupied
by Mr. Ducommon, where he will be able
servo bis customers with the choicest brands of
tobacco and cigars. His experience in the manufacture
of aerated wvtcrs will enable him to supply
tho best nrticlo in the market.
The following have been elected officers of the
Amateur Musical Society for the ensuing year :
President, Mr. Theo. XL Davies,
Judge Judd ; Secretary, Mr. Starkey; Treasure,
Mr. Geo. Castle. The meeting took place last
Mr. James Morgan the book-keeper of Mr. Adams
tho auctioneer, made his maiden auction sale on
tho 23th ult, and saocceded so well in obtaining
good prices from the merchants assembled that he
is liable to make a continued record.
On the arrival of tho A7t(iu inljurt on thelHh nlL
it was learned that the vessel had been temporarily
detained on the rocks at Mohukona. No damage
was done, however, Capt. King managing to relieve
the rocks of their burden ofter a short delay
and with hardly a scratch to his vessel.
it., ia. .-.'.... tr...,r.r.. .-. n i...i : .. i .:.
as usual, and supplies lis readers with commendable
bill of fare. The serial story, " Tho five
l.nnl.l ..:...... n.n..i f..: 11 r
lli.s tuln. w.l( nn .li. 1'f 1
nf I lift t.lln nTRtinl.,, nnil 1ttnitrtr lii. nmo
on the " Theory.""
Mr. H. Kcinicmxhnoider, a gentleman well and
favorably known in business circles of tun city,
b.is been appointed tbo local agent for the Prussian
National liisnnu.ee Company of Stettin, and n
now prepared to accept risks on buildings,
etc, at as low terms as is compatible with the
interests of his company.
The Ahu.ctla excursion party wcro allowed tho
privilege of ins)ccting the i'al.ico on tho morning
of the 1st inst, a x?rmissiou most thoroughly enjoyed
by tbcm, as under tho guidance of Major
Turns they meandered through tho royal apartments
nndvioncd the many cntiosities to bo found
in His Majesty library.
Tno California l'rodr.ce and Frovisiou Co., has
optiied an office at No. 73 Hotel ttn.ct, thiscit).
and and others desirous of obtaining
Cnc fresh froits nnd a fait lino of groceries may
be supplied with tho best tho market affords. Mr.
Z. K. Myers the agent in charge w ill use every endeavor
to please the customers of the establishment
find would be pleased to have yon give hiui a
Mr J. 11 Smith uf Sou Francisco, has received
his appointment us Civd Engineer to this Government
and, arriving on tbo Altttntdn, he assumed
the duties of the position almost immediately by
taking a ride over tho Pali, to have a view of rne
lay of the land. The gentleman was in tbis city
before in the employ of Mr Flonerdcw at the time
of the street railway muddle.
Mrs. Ashford, formerly Miss Kobertsou, of the
Fort Street School, has accepted the invitation
tendered her. to take charge of tho Punahou
School for the next term. This arrangement
makes unnecessary any change in tho teachers
nt Oahu College. '1 he scholars and tho friends
of tho dchool, will rejoice to have as Principal, a
teacher so highly esteemed in this community for
her ability and success.
Smokers who prefer the flavor of the natural
leaf of tobacco, puro and unadulterated, should
a visit to the manufactory of J. W. Hmgley &.
Co., in the Lincoln block. King street, and purchase
n trial box of the Havanna cizars made to
order on tho premises. This firm, although in its
infancy as yet, have managed, by the quality of
tho cigars pioduccd by Ibtm, to already establish
a reputation amongst lovers of the weed, who patronize
home industry and white lnbor as the best.
Tbo JrfreriVr and Ilutletin reporters drew
largely on their imaginations for the subject
in tbo speeches said to bavo been made at tbo
Police Court on tho IMtb inst, on tho occasion of
tho production of n "clean slate." Deputy Marshal
Dayton made the only speech on the occasion
and that was: "Yonr Honor, I have nothing to
present to your notice this morning." Judge
llickerton smiled, and Col. ltussell dispatched Cap
tain Fehlbehr 'for npiecoof paper, on which bo
wrote: ".Mr. Mclnerny; Please give Judge
one pair of white kid gloves and chargethe
same to me. J. llussell," Then the party adjourned
Advertising schemes nre numerous at present,
and business men generally are bored by the
applications of agents to take space in the
"grand opportunities" offered. Thcro has bow-ever,
been presented to notice, one which has met
tho approval of tho advertising public and which
is intended for circulation abroad, viz: that projected
by Mr. Henry Quinn, embracing local and
island views, gathered together in book form, a
dozen photos in each book, to be placed in hotels,
steamers nnd places of public resort, on tho Atlantic
ns well as Pacific Coasts.
Dr. Henri McGrew has been appointed assistant
physician at the Queen's Hospital. This is an
appointment which will gie general satisfaction.
Dr. McGrew's father is nn old resident on these
inlands. Dr. Henri, though not born here, is
thoroughly identified with these islands. Tho
foundation of his education was laid here. He was
for some years a pupil of Mr. Atkinson at St. AI-ban's
College in its old days. He left these islands
for Brussels whero he spent two years. His medical
studies were conducted nt Detroit, where ho
graduated, and at the Long Island Hospital, New
York. Congratulations to our old pupil.
The evils of the new coinage nro but jut appearing.
Public sentiment on Maui is plain and
out-spoken on the subject. It is believed that
voices of no uncertain sound will yet reach those
in authorityt from every part of tho Islands, and
that HisMnjesty will heed the sound.
Tbo soa5on has been favorablo for growing
crops. The rains have been copious but not destructive.
Star mill will shut down shortly for a couplo of
Plenty of wind in Kohala just now with copious
showers of rain. Cone is thriving.
Bcv. A Houston has been holding a scries of
religious rcvieal meetings at Halawa. Mr. Houston
is truly energetic.
Mr. C. Kynncrsley,s beautiful residence is
gradually npproacoing completion. Ono of the
finest views in Kohala can be had from this place.
Tho Anglican church at Kohala has just received
n new organ. This is one of tbo neatest littlo
churches in the islands, and n credit to the district.
Thirty-five laborers from the Fauka Plantation
were arrested on Monday. March 21th, for refusing
to work. They were nil marched into Hilo and
lodged in jail.
Kohala people nro glad to welcome Jho familiar
ring of Mr. Geo. Sandeman's hammer, lie bos
built a fino new shop on the site of tho ono which
was destroyed by fire.
Kohala is enjoying grand cauo weather, the
coming crop looks fine. Tue Kohala mill 13 doing
tho best work known in its history, nnd tho show
for the next crop is excellent. All the mills aro
A boat carrying the goods Of Mr. J. Cook from
Hilo to Puna was dashed upon the rocks at Kcau
l'nua and wrecked whilst attempting to land at
that place on Saturday night, March 22nd. All
Mr. Cook's goods were swept out to sea and loL
Sheriff Severance has paid Kohala a visit. Tho
police and judiciary department sadly need rcno
vnting, and the residents hope that is tho mission
there. A correspondent savs, "None but those
who live here can realize the rottenness of that
department ; wo aro praying forachangeof ministry,
and that means a change all round."
Says a Kohala correspondent ancnt statnes:
Why don't some one take off tho telephone wire
w hich is wound round the arm of tho Kamehamehn
statuo and attached to the near by ?
It is not at all ornamental and surely cannot be
useful. Kohala people wonderwhethcr the official
who put the wire thcro thought It would hold the
statuto in position.
Mr C. N. Arnold, tho Boad Supervisor for
Hawaii; has devoted immense attention to the
entertainment of the tourists. Hilo people feel
that his efforts should bo directed to improving
tho roads and bridges rather than to hotel keeping.
One bridge, between Hilo and Woiakca, is
so rotten that one of the main beams can bo picked
to pieces by hand, and tho blade of a jack-knife
bo buried in it at any part. It is so shaky that
people ore afraid to cross it, but though Mr
Arnold's attention has repeatedly been called to
it. he does nothing to it. He says he will attend
to it when it breaks down.
Supremo Court Calendar. April 1S84.
Calendar for the -April Term of the Supreme
"""4 WK"-!. f, ADO. IUICI
Justice Judd, presiding.
Hawaiian J ok. Cbqitsai, Cases.
The King vs. J. U. Kenoi; forgsry.
The King vs. Kahele (k); larceny.
The King Ts.Lahaina; false impersonation.
The King vs. Kawelo; larceny of horse.
Hawaiian Jcut. Crra, Cases.
G. W. Pilipo vs. Korcahana (w): Assumpsit.
J. L. Kaulukou for Plff. John llussell for Deft.
Pnhi, et al vs. Ino; ejectment.
W. It Castle for Tiff. W. L. Holokahiki for
S. P. Kanuha vs. W. L. Hol'Aahiti; assumpsit.
W. A. Kinney for Tiff. Dcf t, in person.
Kaumialii vs. Poopuu; ejectment.
W. K. Castle for Plff. B. F. Bickerton and W.
L. Holokahiki for Deft.
Kekipi (w), et al vs. Nomahoe; ejectment.
W. L. Holokahiki for Plff. J. L. Kaulukou fur
Keokt Kuleana vs. Kahanaaumoe; ejectment.
J. M. Monsarr.it for Plff. B. F. Bickerton for
Kahuakce vs. Union Mill Co.; ejectment.
W. IL CosUe for PUT. Cecil Brown for Deft.
John. ltussell for Plffs. W.B.UastleforDeft.
Allen Robinson v.. J. Koai; assumpsit.
P.M. Hatch for PUT.
MoknhLi vs. Wm. McCandless: assumpsit.
J. L. Kaulukou for PUT. F. M. Hatch for Deft.
M. de Gonveia vs. L. Loka; action on award of
fence commissioners.
Cecil Brown for Plff. G. W. Pilipo for Deft.
J. K. llanuna vs. Unna; ejectment.
W. 1U Castle for PltT. C. Brown for Deft.
J. K. Uannna vs. A. Cnna: ejectment.
W. It. Castle for Plff. C. Brown for Del U
Wilder & Co. vs. S. W. Mahelona; assumpsit.
C.W. Ashford for Tiffs.
Antono Sherry vs. H. Kcpohoni; assumpsit.
- W.K. Castle for Plff.
Kcliikuloa vs. J. Marsden; ejectment.
W. IS. Castlo for Plff. F. M. Hatch for Deft.
S. 11. Dole vs. Jas. L. Stevens: assumpsit.
W. It. Castle for Plff.
Kaanoana (k) vs. Yee Man; assumpsit.
W. I:. Ca3tle for Plff.
Jaha A. Paty. ct al vs. W. K. Kalaeokekoi;
W.K. Castle for Plff.
Fonnos Jcet. Cnriusii. C'isia.
The Attorney-General for the Crown.
Tho King vs. AU Linefcid Ah Fongs gaming.
J. M. Davidson for Deft.
Tho King vs. Chang Ah Dine; larceny.
The King vs. Ah Cbow, ct al; burglary.
The King vs. Ah Chew and Ah Wai; assault and
battery. John Bnsscll for Dcfts.
Tbo King vs. An Hong; perjury.
The King vs. Chun Ho; burglary.
The King vs. Ah Young; possession of opium.
Tho King vs. Ah Lan; assault with deadly
The King vs. Geo. Hichardson and Jules Germain;
larceny of $730.
Tho King vs. Chu Tioj larceny.
W. IL Castle for Deft.
The King vs. Chu Tio; gross cheat 3 cases.
W. It. Castle for Dcf U
Tho King vs. Aliona; selling liquor without license.
Appeal from the Circuit Judge, 3rd circuit.
The Attorney-General for the Crown.
Tho Kinftfxs. C Y. Aiona and Apoi; selling liquor
without license.
Appeal from Circuit Judge, 3rd circuit.
Tho Attorney-General for tho Crown.
F02J3CS Cmi. Cases.
Wm. Brown vs. Koloa Sugar Co.; damages.
S. B. Dole for l'ffl. Smith & Thurston for Deft.
Paul Neutnau of Counsel for Deft.
F. T. Lcnehau, et al assignees of Leo Chat vs.
Ah Yan; assumpsit. C W. Ashford for Plffs.
Hccia Sugar Plantation Co. vs. John McKcague;
assumpsit. B. Preston and Paul Neumann for
Plff. J. M. Davidson for Deft.
G. Aio V3. Ah Hong: assumpsit.
Cecil Brown for riff.
Oriental Telephone Company n. E. P. Adams;
A. S. Hartwell for PUT. S. B. Doll for Deft.
Louis Boderigo vs. Hollister & Co.; trespass.
J. M. Davidson for Plff. F. M. lLitch for Deft.
T. Akanaliilii vs. W. P. A. Brewer; assumpsit.
F Preston for Plff. F. M. Hatch for Deft.
Chew Hoc Nam vs. Him On; assumpsit
J. M. Davidson for Plff.
A. J. Cartwright vs. F. T. Lenehan ct nl;
assumpsit. F.M. Hatch for Plff.
Cecil Brown vs. Ah Sing ct al; assumpsit.
F. M. Hatch for Plff.
Jmi Warvzn. Cisrs.
Keliikanakaolc vs. C. L.JIopkins; assumpsit.
A. S. Hartwell for Plff. W. It. Gislle for Deft.
Banco. Cases.
In tho matter of tne estato of John Nahookoo.
Probate appeal from Judd. C. J.
G. B. Kalaaukanc for Apcllant.
Tho King vs. Edward Erickson; attempt at rape
Exceptions from 4 th Circuit Court.
The for the Crown. S. B. Dolo
fur. Deft.
J. H. Wood vs. J. W. Hinglcy; appc.ll Trom
judgement of Austin, J. on an award.
J. M. Davidson for Plff, Appellant. C. W. Ashford
for Deft, itcspondcnl.
In tlie ma'ttsr of the estato of John Boardman.
Probate appeal from Circuit Jndge. circuit.
In the matter of the Water Bights of P.talaa.
Appeal from the Water Commissioners of
J. C. Garrett vs. 11. Macfarlane; equity.
Appeal from Judd, Chancellor.
J. II. Davidson for Plff, Appellant. C. t. Ashford
for Deft, Ho'pondeiit.
In the matter of tho estato of Kaualii.
Probate appeal from Circuit Judge, 3rd circuit.
J. E. Wiseman v. Kinelia Wiseman. 11. F.
for Plff.
Kipoleevs. Arthur A. B. Elliott. It, V. Bicker-ton
for Plff.
Hana (w) vs. Mcbckulu (k). W. L. Huloknbiki
for Plff.
Kaepa (k) vs. Uaua (w). G. W. Pilipo for l'iff.
J, If. Thomas vs. Jennie P. Thomas. S. II. Dole
for Plff. Cecil Brown for Deft.
Baymond de Heyes vs. Kapcka Kcyes. W. A.
Kinney for Plff.
Maria Kamohai vs. Alin t (ch). W. L
for Plff. .
Marr Mitchell vs. Louis Mitchell. S. Ii. Dole
for Plii.
Huaia (w; vs. Solomona (k). W. A. Kinney for
Kuailehu (w) vs. Kannkauila (k). W. Ii. Castle
for Plff. M. Thompson and J. for
Christian Gcrtz vs. una M. Gertz. E. Preston
for Plff. C. W. Ashford for Deft!
llobert Brown vs. Loaisa G. Brown. Smith S:
Thurston for Plff.
Tho Whaling Fleot.
By tho kindness1 of Mr. D. B. Peterson, of tho
firm of A. W. Pierce & Co., of this city, tho following
news relatiro to the arrivals and departures of
whalers at this pott daring tho proscnt season, has
been collated and is here presented. The table'
embraces tho nnuio of tho vessel, name of tho Captain,
date of arrival at, or off this port, and date
of, sailing from hero on cruise:
Vessel. Cattain. Analvzu. Sailed.
Abraham Darker, 3 ..Tobry Mar. 1 Mar. !)
Atlantic Mttcficll Mar. 17.... Mar. a)
Arnolda Marvin 5. ...Feb. 'J
Dawn Illc.inol ....Mar. CC
niiia Gllley Dec. -"J ....Jan. 4
Flcetwlnp.3 Nye Mar. 1 Mar. 0
Ilttntcr, It) Il.-own Mar. -O....Mar. -5
J. A Howlaud, 8 1'cnniman...Mar 11 ....Mar. 13
Jocphlnc -bong Feb. .5. ...Feb. -J
Lacrctia Dec. -J Dec. 3J
Mars.tl Allen Mar. 13 ....Mar. -7
Mnrr.t Hajcs Mar. ft. ...Mar. lu
Mary&buzan linker Feb. -2 Feb. 20
Narwhal Mlllanl Feb. Zl ....Mar. I
Northern Light Mar. 0 ....Mar. s
Napoleon, C Jornagcn....Mar. D....Mar. 12
Orca. 5 Colsoti Mar. 6 ....Mar. 10
Ohio. 1 Kllle Feb. !....Feb. 16
Sea Brcctc McKenna ...M.r. 1 Mar. 9
Thrasher Owen Feb. 23 Feb. 23
Wanderer, 7 Tbnrtnan....Mar. Id ....Mar. 11
Youns rbconlx Green Jan. 8 Jan. 'J
1130 bbls sperm: 2 73bbls humpback; 3 lGObbls
humpback: 4 fej bbls humpback; 5 auo bbls
C 150 bbls sperm; 7 73 bbls humpback: rj 6o
bbls humpback; 0 X) bbls sperm and hurapbaek; 10
63 bbls sperm.
Wailnlm Letter.
Editob Gazette : The story of the remarkable
rido by a mounted policeman to Lahaiua and back
wanted only three hours added to it to make it
true. Ono of tho Wailuku lads mado tho trip
from Lahaiua to Wailuku in 2.13 nnd did not kill
his horso cither. As theso police guard tho
coast as excise patrols their vigilanco should
be commended when commendable, as it
is a very monotonous affair promenading
the Kahnlui strand on a cold March night. Two
of tho force it is reported, lost their muskets lately
oh that beach. 1 presume that in dreaming daring
tho vigil they rolled so far away from the guns
that they did not hear tho footsteps of the heartless
robber. I use the word heartless robber
as we mast nil admit that it was an unfeel
ing deed to abstract tho weapon from the clutches
of the sleeping hero. On tho whole they aro as
valuable an adjunct to the executive of Maui, as
tho brilliant one in whoso brains originated the
idea of mounted polico for is to tho
Tho new coinage is derided by nil classes. It
was first called "no good" becansu it had no chicken
on it. Now itgoo3 by tbo name of a favorite tobacco.
A Hawaiian official told a Chinaman that
it was n good thing as tho Chinaman could not
take it to bis country. I wonder where sentiments
of so low an order could have originated.
a laborer to take in payment for his labor a
token which would bo valueless except in Hawaii.
Tho coining of the Hawaiian silver was unnecessary,
uncalled for, superfluous, wasteful. With n
gooi Cabinet, in whom tho moneyed rcen
nbroad or at home had confidence, two millions in
gold at the rate offered might readily have been
obtained, isl Hawaii with its gold standard would
have been ono of the foremost of little nations,
as a model government, instead of being
sp-'ken of in derision as is now the case.
Howevar the currency of the country will have
to be 'righted soon. Our merchants will have to
make thoir bills payablo in gold coin of tho United
States, (nnd they havo the right to do so) and the
clamor against the silver coin will forco tho executive
to do something. I fancy that in a few years
the residue of the will be kept in a
solitary barrel in tho Fnance Office as tho
coppers are now kept. Valueless except as
cunos to be vended to travelers. Tbavtt rn.
Aloha Oo-
By tha AlimeJ'i a large portion of tho tourists
who came down return to their native shores.
This initial trip has proved a dicided success and
others mav bo expected to follow. The Hawaiian
Islands with their Volcanoes, beautiful scenery,
and charming climate, ar well worth a visit and
now that it has been shown in bow reasonabloa
time a trip can be made a constant stream of
visitors maybe expected. The tourists who return
to-day report that they hare thoroughly enjoyed
themselves, and seem perf ectly satisfied with the
various arrangements that have !cen made for
their comfort. Tho following is a list of tbo passengers,
per Alamttla, among, which will be found
tho names oi some old friends.
Misslnna J Brccse, Miss Frances La ok. Miss
Alice Love, W E Dingrc and wife, Mrs C IE Bishop,
Mrs T Everett, Miss M B Collins, Miss L Irwin,
Miss 0 Anderson, Dr J W Anderson, A It Vail,
Mrs Milton S Latham. Mn Frank Latham, Miss
Oliver. Miss Healv, W V Farnura, Mrs Farnnni,
Capt J II Marshal"! and wife. Miss B Hinds, Miss
D Hinds, J A Oliver, Miss Mack, A Mack, Miss A
Master L YY Gale, Miss Polly Gale, Mrs E I Whitman,
Mis3 S D Jones, J E Gale and wife. Miss
Nillio Howe, J D Bice, A B Hull, P U Bordau, Mrs
Bardan, CCHarnum, MrsHarnum, Horace North,
MrsUNorth, MissE WDyer.MissHPDyer, Miss
M L Jacobs, Miss J ii Marr, Mr3 J A Smith, Miss
Smith, E Sutherland, Dan. Lyons, Harry Webb.
Mrs GC Hewitt, WallacaFreeman, M Sass, W
Lnscombe, Miss M Howe, H P Dimond, and 55
To restore liern? and brain waste, nothing equals
Hop Hitters. Believe lliis. Sec advertisement.
Kidney and Uriaarr coniDUints of nil kind
permanently cared with Hop Hitlers. See
Executor's Notice !
X or of the Hill o( Samun II. Halsey. late of
Maui, hi p-by notice to all person
wli hare claim- the of said bamncl II.
Ual-cy topfcent them to ibe within 'ii
from d. : f this publication, ortheywlll be
Exi tutor Will of S. IL deceaseil.
Honolulu. II. I. Jlsrch li 1681. luot 41
a: re
Jffrt. &T&
Under 1 X I 2, I1 1 ..lAslhma. S
I to.. I, 2 3 1 Abeesft. .. 2
Sto.. ID.. 1 ,i ..'Alcoholism- I
10 to.. 20 3! 1 4 .'.. .jBeriberl S
3)10.. 30 6! 2 ..iBronchltls.. I
3010..-O C. 4 "I KM a;Conjamptn. 6
40to.. 301 3.. convulsions.
301O..CM.. I Congestion.. 2
0..78j4i I Dls'se Brain..
owr. Dls'se. Heart 1
al Dysentery...
Fever ,
(7fn!w Jf tWjr Mortality. Ilemorh.ro.
Mar ISTS. deaths ,54 Old Are
Mar 1879, death. E. t, J1JB..... I I.
Mar IStO. deaths . tPneumoala..
Mar lSSi, death. .177SrpelIlll....
Mar 18S2, deaths . 4ITeething....
Mar 1SS, deaths . 51, Unknown. ..
Mar 191, deaths . 13
Dntk hi Wardtfer Mtmlh.
Wards. 11 2j 31 It II s 71 si t 1UII1 12IU
Dtatht uJiUrs ll tllll'lil";! ll
Total deaths outsioe citv limits....
Note. Of the above 7 were non-residents.
sicksess iv the roLxowixa schools nrntsu the
xostr or rEBRTAnr, 1$L
5cA6fe. Sroln. Sick. Irett Skttuil.
I .03
Itoval iiehool 361 s I.U6
l'ohukalna Senool..1 2 1.7U
M. Alban. College.. No report. Vacation.
M. Louis' CollegeSi 5 2.32
Preparatory School. No report. Vacation.
Scholar, three or more consecutive days on
account of sickness or alleed sickness are reported
Jons II. Beuwn, Azent Board of Health.
Jlrw Jldcntistmrnls,
Administrator's Notice.
rpilK U"l)KltSIG'i:i) HAVING
-a. been appoinieu administrator ol the estate ol
Hermann bchrievcr late of Ilonolrlu, deceased, by
order of the Chief JntIceof the Supreme Court on the
-Sib day ot March, A. D. 1MI, hereby gives notice to all
persoa. nating claim, against me estate oi nermann
schrierer deceased, to present the same dulr authenti
cated to the undersigned within six months from the
aaie nereol or iney win uc icrever barred; and all person.
Indebted to said estate arc requested to make immediate
payment to the undersigned.
Adm'r. Estate Hermann
Uatedllorlolnlu. April 1st. IS3I. lllrl 6t
M. i'i:iLst.vs i.M)i:i:ti:i to the kv
late of JAS.W. nollEKTSUN A Co- Bankrupts,
are hereby reqncsled to make Immediate parment to I:.
tt 1UU Assignees.
Steamship Company
El I THi. I )3I3IAMli;it,
Will teae Honolulu each Tnrtday at 4 I. M., for
MaaUea. Makcna. M halt on a Karraitiar.
and Hilo, Artirins nt Win early Thursday
mornln. Will leave llilu tucli Thursday at noon;
3Ia!inkona each Fridays! 4 P. 31.; Kavraihar atl A. M.
ofhatnrdjy; MalcnaaG A. 11.; Maalaea al";:MA. JI-,
and Lanafna ut U:30 A. M., reaching Honolnla each
.Saturday afternoon.
rASbKNOKK THAIN from Mu.lt will leave each
Friday at 1 1'. 2I to connect villi the Klnaa at
The Klnau WILL TOUCH at Honokala and Taaohan
on trtj for I'af eeacrf. if a elnal Is made from
the shore.
C2T" Meamer Kinaa will not take heavy rrci;ht Tor
Light freight and packages onfr. All
hrary freight for the above port will bo taken by the
Steamer ' Likelike '
wrAsnMVTit, i : (o.iniAM)r.n,
Will lea. c Honolnla regal.. rly every ten daya for the
following port;. Lat.alna, Jiaalaea, 3IaVenn,
JCatralhae, 1'aanhan, Ilonokala. KohoUIele,
JokaIa Ilakalau. Unomea. Taakaa,
rapaikoa, Wainaku and Hilo. Itelnmln will touch at
all the above ports.
, AU live block from KawaUiaemuct beflilnpetlliy the
f.oz:i;.zi:xr : : oji.hami;k.
Mill leave Honolnlti each Monday at 5 P. M., for
Pukno. Undo, Hana, 2Iakaalae,KIpaluiInand
Nnn; and at Keanac cvory other week.
Keturnin! will toach al Ihatna, Pnkoo and
reachln? Honolulu Fridar P. M.
;ctii:i:t;oi:. : : coi23i.Mi:nt
Wilt ieaw Honolulu eacli Monday P. M.. forlhe windward
fide of Oaht. Will by way of Watalaa, when
ever snitlclent inducement ntTere, rctnrntnjt every
Friday P. M.
twThc Company will not be responsible for any
freight or packages unless receipted for, nor for personal
baasc plainly marked. Not responsible
for money or-jewelry onlwa placed In charge of the
All possible care will be taken of Lire Stock, but the
Company will not assume any risk nf accident.
SAML. U. WILDER. President;
. 11 HOSE, Secretary.
OFFICE Corner Fort and iu en Streets
Honuloln, lire, 10. U$!. 10(M
5I1ATKS, Commandef,
Will Iinnillrgiilanfor Komi and Kan
Leaves Honolulu
Krliaj, April Mar 27
Tuesday IS Frldar June 6
Krldiy 23Tuesday 17
Tnesdaj May Friday ' 27
Friday.. . 16'
Returning, Touching at .Maalaeit
Friday April Il.Tuesclay June 3
Tnesday 2S Friday - IJ
Friday ......IHay '2 Tuesday " 21
Tuesday '.....'. lS.Friday... July 4
rriuttj............M ' -
And arrivlns at Honolulo, the same day at 5 p rn.
wa lucoui Trip, win loucnonijae inc lonowlncporls
la Konu, Kallua, Kcauhoc, Hookena and Ilooputoa.
Stnir I WA.LiL3Sri
l AMEKOX. Commander.
leaves Honolulu evory Tuesday, at 5
Katrai. Eetnnmig, leaves Kawiliwili every
Saturday Evening.
Stmr. JAS. TffAKEE.
FnEEMAN. Cumruauder.
Loaves Honolulu every Thursday, at 3 p. m.,
for Kapaa & Kilauea. Heturninj, leaves
Kauai every Monday, at 4 p. m, and touching
at Waianae both wayt.
Stmr. C. K. BISHOP,
DAVIS. Commander.
leaves Honolulu Every Tuesday, at 4 p. mv
for Kukuihaelc.HcnoKaa and Paauhau.
arrives at Honolulu every Sunday
OFFIC E of the Comnany. foot of Kilauea Street
near the I'll ss Wharf. ffTTtf o
npin; uxuKiisioxifu iiavk
A. this day. October 13th Uii. formed a partnership
nnder the arm name of KALEI'A O
ofcarrylnjon .Mercantile
Business, at Kaimu. Puna. II. wilt : J W M
J K Kawalrai. s K Ltllpi. S W Ahual. 4 L
Ahla. 1 II Keohe. J JI Karusila, Joe Keobe Jr Miss A
l'alea. Mis. Lucy
Mill Haalc Kauvrila. Miss E Laea. Miss
Miss; Awlht, -Mrs Ahla. MrsNaau, Mrs Kahlua.
Mrs AhuaL Mr. He.no. Mrs Mahulumanu, Mr. Sarah
Lupennl. Mas. Kulknlpuj. Kaaira. Mr Karaalnui. Mr
HHa. MrKahoalalaa. MrLaea. MfUml.
of Kalian. runa: J M Kama. D K
3 K Tilhonna. S Jl.tus, Mary Makn Decty
Ilrr. Kalnl. Marts, Kalahool.sra, Mls.Kapuaokahlklu.,
Mis Haleakamann, Mas. Linkalani. Mas. Xakacita.
Master Kapaalea, J II Kahne or Kalapana, Puna:
Mis. Hannah Kslof. ML. I'oai. Punihoa, Kowanut
rila. Kaunohi. Kanae. of Kapaahn. Pnna: C I Pea,
II K Pea. Mr Pookapu. of Panan. Puna; J M
Kafaula. ofKcheua. Puna; J IV 'nhl Jr., Miss
orKeahllaka.runa: ManaKaulusrale. ofrilho
rrua.llllo; Master Paaua. of re!cau.Uilo; J
ot Honolulu, Oahu.
KAUtVlLA, President.
Kalaa,Fnsa,Mar.lt,lSSI. limit'
The of the EiUte of E. C. McC
a bankrupt, will offer for sale at public aa?tlli
in Ilonololn.oa
Monday, I4th Bay of April
At 10 a m, at the Salearoom of K. T. Adams, the
Stock of Salmon
In Barrel, and Hair Barrels;
Lease of Stall in tho Fish Market
In 3.anoa Valley.
90 The attention ol parties npon Hawaii, Maai and
Kauai it called to this sale of Salmon.
J. O. CARTER, for the Al;necs.
E. P. ADAMS. Autfr.
Mortgagee's Sale uiiilcr power of Sale
. Contained in the Mortgage."
By order of tie Trustee, of the Lnnaltlo Estate, the
of a certain raortzanT made by J. F. .It C.
Slemsen and Mary A. Memsen hi. .rife, dated the 6th
October, A. D. ISst ; I shall svll at auction tor cash
for rendition broken, at soon.
On tho 28th Day of April, 1884,
At my Salesroom in llonoiuln.
The Following Real Estate
A Certain Piece of Land situate at .Nimokt..
la Haraakna, on the Island of Hawaii, with
honse and Improvements tkcreod, Ci Acres.
K. l AD AXIS. Auct'r.
G. JlKEWKIt & CO- (rjlJIlTEDl
Stock-holder?! of the above L'orooratlon are noti
fied that a dividend of Si W la noir due and payable
at the otUee of the undersigned.
Ilonololo. April CJ, 11. iota
HosplUl nllb. I'URE ASD L'.NADLLTnn.lTED
MILK lniuchnnantltr a. reoulrctl brthe rnrvevor.
The contract 1. to date from the 10th ufAuM), ISSt, and
to terminate on the slat ol -larch, lw. XeDdex. trill
be received at the office ot the undersigned up to 12
o'clock noon on Saturday, the 5tli of April. 1'er Order.
F. A. bCHAE?R, SecreUry.
Honolulu. Marcli 31, 1MI. lCHJllt
Dissolution of
Imu: rAirrxKitsiui
and Tons- Ylnj (ch).
unaer tue nrmnameoi hwon, woMoi
Island of Oahu, In the Hotel & Victualing and
Retail Business, Is this, day dlstolrrd by mutual consent.
The business will bo continued as usual, by
ALa, under the same Arm name of Kwong Ulns Jc Co.
Walalua, Uahu. March 1st. 1S6I. 1WJ Im
Sale !
jl. nsnec in jiansmpicy oi iiiui.as u. nai
KEILwIll sell at nnblie auction. ON bATUUDAY.
April Oth, at 12 o'clock noon, at the Salesroom of E. I1.
Adam In Honolulu, all the right, title aud Interest of
said tt alkcr In and to the rollon in; Leases of premlsts
itaatetlon Kin? street. Honolulu, nith tvro new two-
story Uulldinjs thereon.
1 Lease from Chang Wa to T. H. Walker, expires
Jane 3Dth, liR'3. (iroand rent fW per month, together
wiui inc jiouuiUK cocuiinin eiores nuu upper
torie and now nnder lease to S. Sow icln till Anrll
5tU,lSd; rental SUM per month. The other lately oc
cupied as ine ucimonico raioon.
J Lcae from UhnngWato Ira ATtarget, assigned
to said Walker, expires Jane JU.ti.IlW; ground rent
Sniper month, premises leased la I A Diss tilt November
15th, !. at a rental of $I0U per month.
frT" I'lan of both premises showing "building", out
honsex and yardjaoom may be seen at K. I. Adams1.
CHARLES il manor.
Asslsuees' In Bankruptcy of Thos. B, Walker.
(itw st)
Mortgagee's Notice of Foreclosure & of Sale.
et u iale contained in a certain mortgage made by
WUllan U. Jones to Edward I 'res ton. dated the
thirteenth day of January, ICU, Notice Is
hereby gitcn that said mortgagee intend to foreclose
said mortgage, for condition bro.cn, and upon said
forpeloanre will sell at nubile auction In front of the
office of Datld IL Hitchcock at Hflo, on the Island of
Hawaii, on MUNDAV, the Slst day or April, InM, at 1-
at. of said day, the premises described in said mort
caic as below specified.
viiwnni Ptimrnv vnFin....
Ilonololu, April 1,1831
The property to be sold consists of; All that tract or
lot of land situate at Kutaac, ill Jo. Island of Hawaii,
and bounded and described as follows: "E hoomaka
ana ma kahl laila nut ma ka palcna o ko Uaae alna ma
Kinmemao Ka atna a e nolo ana jij nzzi eu,
N H E S.KU ch. Alalia 4Glia E 1.47 ch. f kela aoao
okamnliiral e nil! ana ikaalna o Kannahi. alalia N
33S WIXTch.; alalia N4 1.51 cb.; nlalla NJPW
l. . en. aiaua w kj en. aiaua nw iv i.sy ch.
alalia dP E .tulch, alalia S 3IU8 V.S3cb alalia S
Cl'WWtWth. alalia 8V. bO ch. alalia S3SPE
.) ch. alalia SKl.MJcb. a Mkl 1 kahl 1 hoomaka
al, llokoo naapana2.V.ckaeml a ol Ikl paha," being
a portion of Kuleana Jfo. llUti,Ioyal Patent No. 11U
tollaae. 10C13t
Mortgagee's Notice of Foreclosure & of Sale.
er of sale contained m a certain mortgage made by
Jose Bans to Castle and Hatch, dated Ibe 18th day of
March, 137V, recorded in Liber M pace-Hi. Notice la
hereby given that said mortazee intends to foreclose
said mortase, for condition broken, and upon said
foreclosure will sell at public auction at the sales
rooms of E. 1. Adams In Honolulu, on MONDAY, the
21st day or April, 1881, at 1-Im., of said day, theprcnil
ecs described In raid mortgage as below specified.
Further particulars can be had of W. Jt, Castle, Attorney
at Law.
rremiica to be sold are In Anualolimu. Honolulu,
a t.d consist of nearly one acre of good land, fenced and
havlnira house thereon. The premises are suitable for,
and will make a Tcry pleasant homestead or one fit for
a chicken cr hog farm hiTli.gacool dry climate.
Mortgagee's Notice of Foreclosure & of Sale.
erof Sale contained In a certain mortgage made by
E. Z. Alapal to Chas T. Unllcb, Trustee nf Collins' estate,
dated the l&h day or Notember, 1MJ. recorded In
liber Kl, pae iK", notice Is hereby Riven that said
mortgagee intends to foreclose said mortgage, for condition
broken, and npon said forecloore will sell at
public auction at the salesroom of E. I'. Adams in
Honolulu, on MONDAY, tiic .Mit day or April. ltMl, at
12 o'clock noon of said day, the premises described In
said mortgage as below specified.
Further particulars can be had of W. IL Castle, Attorney-at-Law.
CHAS. T. OL'LICK, Mortice.
l'remlses tote sold arc acres jjood land at
Niulii, N Kohala, Hawaii; being the same premises
described In Koyal Talent No. TJj, to Alapal. tuttl -it
Mortgagee's Notice of Foreclosure & of Sale.
X er of sale contained In a certain mortgage made by
bam. K. Kaeo and Mikahala his wife, to m, A. Bower,
dated the loth day of 3Iay, 1S1, record nl in Liber
8-1 page 42. Notice Is hereby gtten that said mortgagee
Intends to foreclose said mortgage, for condition
broken, and noon said foreclosure will sell at public
auction at the sales rooms of E. 1. Adams In Honolnla,
on MUNDAV, theSltldoy or April, 1S.I. at Urn., of
said day, the premises described In said mortgage as
below specified.
Further particulars can be had of W. IL Castle, Attorney
at Law. Wji. A. BOWEIL Mortgagee.
l'remlses tobesold are: All those premises described
In Koyal I'atenUISI L.C.A. wi toKahakat, containing
an area or '2J06 acres, at Walklkl, Oahu. These
premises are under cultlratlon, and have a good rental.
Mortg;ag;ee,3 Xot!ceuf ForecloMirCifc oriSalo,
X erof sale contained In a certain mortgage made by
tiam'LK. Kaeo to S. Both. dated theSSth day of July,
recorded In liber w,pae 411; notice is hereby
given that said mortgagee intends to foreclose said
mortgage, for condition broken, and upon said foreclosure
will sell at public auction at the salesroom of
E. F, Adams ia Honolulu, oo MONDAY, the 21st day
of April, lbSI, at 13 o'clock coon or said day, the premises
described In said mortgage as below sDecifled.
Further particulars can be had or W. IL Castle,
S. BOTH, Mortgagee.
.Premises to be sold are: 1st Alt those premises conveyed
to said Kaeo by deed of Kamakauita. recorded In
liber 01, pace acres at Walkikl.Oahn; It Is
a cood taro or rice land and nndi.r cnltlvatlon.
'-Id All the undivided halt interest of said Kaeo in
thoe premises described In Koyal Tstcnt to
containing an area of 31.4-" acres: a part
of which Is good taro or rice land, aud nnder cultivation.
iia -It
For Apia, Samoan Islands
The Hawaiian Bark
AT3 Tons.
Dounil from San Fnuitijco to Api.i, trill
rail at Honolulu About .1IAKC1I 'JSlli,
And take a few passengers. If offered. 09s
illaripoNa im Alameda
Will Lcavo Honolulu & San Francisco
On tho I stand 13th of Each Month.
l'ASSENCEr.S may hate their name, booked in
by applyln; at the onlc. or the Ajents.
T Passenger, by this Line nre berc&y notlsed that
they will be allowed 250 pounds of barque FItEE by
the Orerland Itallvay when trarcilns east.
Excursion Ticket, for the round trip, JIJS. nod to
return by any of the Company. Steamer, wilfcln Ul
MERCHANDISE intended for shipment by tills line
willberecelrcd free of charge In the Company' Xew
Warehouse, and receipt, (orsuis, In.aranc
on Merchandise in the Warehouse will beat owners
ft 31. U. IIIUIN'i CC.
! A;1U O. . S. Co.
For San FranciscoA
ft. a.
Ami the Splemllil
On or about Monday April 13.
.rcnnEit. ro.iiA3DEn.
On or about April 19, 1864,
Tor and Paaaase, apply to
spruit, lor Mhlitnictit iierStenmer ean now
br.llrexl, Irs e ol llinrse. In Ibe rironrool
trnrrhon.r nenr tlie flleamer TTlmrr.
Tb - Agrnta hen- are now prepared to
If site Tickets to San Francisco and Rctnrn,
ro 8123 THE K0C.M) TKH'.
- regular;
C A II A Ii S3
THusrday, April 3d
at ID a. m. at dal.s Rmm, wlrf b. raid al auction .
Dry Goods, Clothing,
. "- . n
, 1 . Farnltorc, ic.
Manila Gigars !
Carrels Beef, and a line of
, - , LYO.NS LEVET. A.efrs.
On Friday, April 4, 1884.
(llyoiJstot 11. Assign...' Of IheKsUte of
t. w. ltoiiEirraoN co..
Attbe Store on Merchant St
At li) V vtvUIsci dby aactioi, the cntlio stock
! i ' r
Statidiuity' M Piiuoy Goods
COMrUIHIXG Utter. Note and Account
Envelopes of alt sizes, Note, IEcceipc and Uraft ttooki
.hipping Ibfceipt Books and Tads, Lawyers' Seals,
Government Tags, Paper Fasteners, SteM l'ens, QUs
Writing, Copying and rancr Inks, Mucilage. I
Pieces Music, Music Paper, Photo Albums. Oamw.aD
kinds; Large Asst Blank Books, Labor Cntru.TCo.
Sand 6, Iurchasers' and Manufacturers Invoke!. Ink
Sunds, Gold Penholder and Peoeils. Legal blanks
Deeds, Leases, Powers of Alterney. mils of tat, tc.
Drawing Paper. Mounted and VnmoantedUftaf I ptpcr.
Lead Pencils. Charts. Diaries for l&l. Scrap f?t tores
and Scrap Itooks, Hankers' Cases. Blotting Paper,
Klas, Memorandum and Pass Pnoks, Flat Paper, Letter-copying
Books, Document Envelopes, Pun and
Round Raters, Parallel lCnlW bpy Glasses, Christ mas
Cards. Uash Boxes. Sbor Cases, Desks, Tabbfs, lps
and Magazine. ALSO The very raloable Copynshts
of the Following Books:
Andrew Hawaiian Dictionary,
Andrew's Hawaiian Grammar,
Alexander's Hawaiian Grammar,
Jarre History Hawaiian. Islands
Haw allan Pnras Book. Let AIU. with Pfcitet.
Hauallan Guide Bcok. by IL M. Wbiuey.
Tlie Fancy Goods
Comprising Album. Games. Ink. stands. Etc..
will be sold en
Saturday April 5,
At 7 o'clock p. m.
A LBVCT, Anclloncertt
Notice of Sale
By direction of Thomas IZ Luca. the mortaaee
named In a certain Indenture of Mort;sg made by Ina
(k) or Kail hi, or Oahu, to said Dhomas ll Lucas;
we arc Instructed to sell at public auction, on WEDNESDAY.
April )tb. at Vi o'clock noon at our
Salesroom In Honolulu. Valuable Rice Land situate at
Kumunla, Kapalama, Island or Uahu, and being alt the
land decrlbrd In Royal Patent No. 691 Commission
For further apply to
or to J. M Monarrat.
Undcrliutrt.c..'B4 fwm Itellouorsblollosrd ut Eda-,
tUtlon, we nhall offer for sale, at public auction
at our (neeii street, ON
Saturday, April 12th, next
Atan npetrrtcibf jHUperaunum, jiayable
half yearly In advance.
A L'e'aisBJforlTen Yeaxs)
Of that DesiraliW Lot,
Sltnato on til o Manila aids or 1-liif: Streot,
??ear1 i opposite the rprenitee iforraerly bololfij; to
the late Mr. Iteynokts.
This Lot ha. a froniase of 10U feet on Kio;r Street,
with .depth ot Kt fcetnndcontaineaitaraof 15.BI5
square feet.
ar Buildings erected by tho lessee may be remoted
at the expiration ot the lease.
s"i (1 LTON'S Auctioneers.
Iii:(iir.icc Ooiu.p'iiy
or .srirrri.v.
JX1 ETATH.TgyrjOXl 1U4C1 .
Cm.ltiil i : Iteleli.lunrU. O.00U.OOO.
rpillJ U3flKi:SIONKl) HAVING
JL licen .mistttfil azent of IPiA .luiv. Company for
appointed If 4 u v lun
ine Hawaiian isiann. is tiirtnareu to accept r(k
against on llttlldlun.. Furniture, Merchandise.
Producc.Sugar Mills, ftc.on lb. most fawrahle terms.
1W lyo At Wilder Co.'.
Notice of Dissolution of Partnership.
Xl that the partnership between J. Ii. Solomona. J.
Keakalkawal and John T. Itaker is thl. day dissolved
by mutual consent so far a. relate, to the said J. Ke..
kalkawal. AU debt, due to the said partnership and
those due by them will bo settled with and by the remaining
partners who will continue the bn.luess nnder
the Arm n.meof Hawaiian Livery stable Co.
Dated at Honolulu, March lMi, lsx I.
Honolulu Iron Works t'oiiipniiy.
j the Shareholders of this Company hld al tha
odee ot Theo. II. Davie. Vs.. ms March;,
lKtlf, the follo'vln olllccr. were elected for tn en..lns
year, via.:
President Mr. Theo II. Davin.
Secretary JSTreasorer Mr. K.M. Swanay,
Auditor mi. . i urren.
I0W31 V. M. SWANZY. Secretary.
A' t a Tin:
t'LUll held at the Hall of the Atklet c AsMchsttou on
March 33, ISal, the fullowlox officer, were electt foe
the ensuing year:
Commodore His Ei.Jnn. o. Dominie.
Hon. Frank Ilrown.
Captain Chas. II. Wilson.
Measurer Thos. C. SorreMon.
Secretary and Trcasorer W. M.
fUinlise lommllUtWm. O. Irwin, Hon. IL P.
11. F. Dilllnzbani, I.. Wllcoi, 11. MacfarUue.
lOTIit W. il. OIFFAr.D. JeereUry.
Tin: trxjEitsioKBi iiavi'
been appointcil sole Execntrlx of the Eaiat. of
llolli. A. Scott, notice 1, hereby clven that all petssm.
havin; claim, against the said estate, must presant
them within .months from this date or they will bt
forever b.rred. Mjtned. SAIiAll 11. SCOTT,
Honolulu. Marca 1st, 1811. ItMlIm
Lost oi: stoi.tcn' fiioji the
undersigned, I "ote of Hand of .() each.
Slven by C. . . Aiona In faror of the nndershnted. Let
no one take said notes, as payment of ocn bis been
slopped. (signed) SUM TAN.
lino. IIaw.II. March IMI. IMH M
a", outs:,
CIIINEaT and EMUNEER, wishes siltnatlon.
Best of Kelerences, cr Address
""1 lm I 2S FORT ST.
American Waltham Watches
Awarded Two (lold Medale. The only medal, award.
ed for Wa'che, Melbourne international XxnibHrB
The only Uold Medal; also, three special and ff
first prizes, Sydney. 1S7J.
The UoldMedal. P.ri., 1878. Four First Pil.e Med.
als. Philadelphia, 1676.
The nueqnalod .ucccm of these C.leUaud Wclw.
h.s produced a host of worthies. imllatiMss. Hyr.
will observe the Trad. 3Luk. WaHnaM. Maw-,1
the plate of all (lennlne WaltJwsa Walclse.
tiohl easM are stamped. .W. Co Ific. m Ilk,; and
Silver casea are stamped American Watch Comsmav,
Watham. Mass. Slerllnj;. asn ly
Very Haiiilsome 1'attcrns,
Just Heceirctf by
Just ltetcireil, wliitfi will be Sold us
Loir as tlip Lowest, Jiy
One New York Phseton
With Pole and Shaft, i
Sew and i." perfect order: suitable for a family.
F. r Sale h
Covering .toilers, Steam Pipes
Saves 2G por Cent, of
Wily Agent..
(Pormerly with E. P. liolle. i. Co..
Wholesale and Retail Grocer,
III KlnjStrnt, under Harmony Hall.
family. Plantation, and Ship.' Stor. at
abort notice. Sew Uood. by erery steamer. Order,
fromthe other Island, fatlhfallr exeeuLrd.
iVo.ua.' jotiy
j"gJ . .n
iusin. Finn
At oTTInS. DCDOiT, corner Beretul
and Alakra streets. wUI b. Sold mi account
of Departure.
At 10 o'clock . ns.on the rnmlset.
TlicEiitiro Household Furniliire
tlandsome Carpet, aoxllf; Uprixht Ptaao rortc.
Mirror. Dinn, Chair and Uocker.
Ceattt TabltcVleona Chain. Chandellen.
Ptetarw, Fln Crtl, Jloslc Pa,TeaPoj,
Lambrequin and Cornlee, BracJieta, Lciatre4
Kxten.oa DlnlnzTable. sfdebrd, Cplxwrd,
lHntnjt Chalo, lek. Croc a err and Olaaswarv.
Table Warn, Book Caw, KfrtcTloT;
A Larye and Choke CoDeclioa of
Plants, and Ferns,
Of tlie Utter are venae fine Varlette.
B.W. Marble-top Bedroom Set
Bareaus, Waskstasab, Cxi.lt..
Table.. X., Hair M.ltresses, PUIwwa,
Sprint: M.tlre..e, M.iiHo Nets, llUnkMr.
I hecti. Cu.sj Ewen A DMs.
Koa W.rdrobe PalnUit Wardtob, Extra
Hm B W Uhiu.. Hems. ltd
Kockwrt, Cutalu Jlunand MaM, S.U.
Kon (M. Ilalr. Tat'.. IIM. Step Lr.
VKlpeitvLna Mowrr. Mv kmi
j Uantea Tool. Jbe, Ac, tc.
' r i :tnt .inVir.
Chinese Clothing
nV order of T. II. D AVI Bs C. . t will sell
at Pablie Auction.
ON-Saturday, April 5, 1884
At If o'clock a m, al S.i.iwumi. for etxtmnt of
whom it may eeoeern. M No. 1 to 10.
W CASES ucnlmed
B, P. ADAMS. .vrr
Guarvfen's Sale
Ren! Estate on "NlTuaiiii
B onUr of A. J. CaruuLrht. Rl , Uuardraa Hlwve
' dinBren of N. X HPtraBifnuJer th. .IV
r TorUy of the Court, t will Mil at
Public Anctton,
On SATURDAY, April 12,
At 13 noon, at aj Halevroon. that rrrtain
Piece.of Land
iv 19
(hi Nnnann ATenne. adjoining the ( ftr Cana;
au.l illrrctlj ctppwlte Ibe tnpertT or Mr. B. B. Frlel.
roittatnin? an area r an Acreviwr 1Uts
ralCBK 1817 ' f :
Pti propertT i" pIMntly 'Hnaletlon the Mil jl
above the Serontl Arlilse and I a itwt location fee a
TF.ltMSA4lMlWetijie of nnrfltflMS
Laud at South. Kona,
1 Hawaii.
M .
invtraeted to nnVr at I'lthite AttctloH.
iV.loiiiljjy.! April SSfli
Al 13 u'cloek noon, it Sale
That? Certain' Parcel Land
1 .Sita.te.tKal.hlkl. SonlhKoaai, Iiow.ll.
and mors particular described la Itoyat Paten. t07, L.
C. Award SOT I r. to KaholotaaBU. rontarurnf a an
oft acre, with ll Ike aptwrewioe. sad
thereto belcatiMK. Tker. ar
3 Binldiiigl? upon the Property.
It f. Ali.n. .tue.'r.
Siildiiiuljer pii .t or Snlo
Coiitniiicil in tho Mortgage.
r !
Sy onter of S 11. Dole, mortgage, nl a certala
Ssf e made by A. Snntcr aad Sarah K. Snatcr hi. wlf.,
let IW ltH Jwi. A. D. V": 1 shall oclt
bruken, at noon,
Onthoath Day of April, 1884,
At my Salesroom LosmI
I."". tlMtt. Lot l Swotli Kw.. IsawMLnest tt
rolRelc. f Htv. J. II.
hooH aud iBinfotmut. tlnitiin. I Xtn.
I.Of 2. A.p.eceorXntntwUli. Soatls Roan awl
stowi... Kafkala.
I or 3. kern,
wiagaputof K.P..VM. AIMHAms.
A Ls . Uf order of W. U. Caflat. atosnw im A.
larsaid SclH ha aPlfltl.
Caxomina. IWACrOa.
.... B. P-. ADAXB, AsMHtfl.
Ilj oriffr nf Ilcr Jlnjeslj IJittcit llna?tr
Kiiini.t anil Hon. Jlrf. Hi nil tc I'anlial
lilsliop, the nil! al
rnMtf .ftcTltmol hPi Sailf
riiuiin in Honolulu, on
Monday, April 28
'' i"
Real Estate
Situated at Honolulu, and Wai-
. kiki, Island of Oahu :
1 iH
All. I -All of taoae anailM. .Itaated aaltarclsxat
Mrret ia Hoaalata, tnsowa m Hwsosat. Itajr.
Astreruorr Coaioaay: Us. Ksis fofaMrti
by i. VT. Uotortaoa Vov. KM. at
aresalow 'oceaooro a W.K. Ca.Of.esjp
coajavlaras a JiVtloa of A. 1, L. 0. A. SkY
WS to M.
Ml. -All theo. prcsaUe. airusoo.aru SwaM.Sj..
Iloaotala. aoMalas prtMtK. of Bar. Dt.
IMavoo. kavfac aa am of tm- 1 aa
an, beiaa A pa. ta, h. C. A.
no. 3-All tk.1 trad of Rfco Land al Hato Kookoj,
ir.lklkl. rooulalac IT Km. aelaj A pa. J
a of a.14 award.
No. (All taat tract of Ittce Laad .1
W.lklkl. coabl.lai 11 KO acre., aaraf
Apa. M of saM award.
SO. that Kala Laa4 at XaaaM. WalkfU,
beia: Apa.
? of said award.
SO. S All that Kaln Uad at M.alllkta. WalklM,
an scte.belnf A pa. IT of
tatd award
Ml). 7-A I Hi .i r.j..' i of I .! at Labalna. Man),
known a. lu U il'karaaal. coatalfiinf
iisjo of in jcr IWbs Apa 71 of Ma.
Tirzgia99U. Dud. at & expcnie ol
Z. P. ADAMS. Jucfr.
Doaoliln, April 1st. Ut
C.rand Sa
. 3? l.JKjffl..
tea : ,fr mCtfJU imifi m
jit .ijflil Q
.:' tnii
Dy Order of Ike ot a. t.:'..j Vi
1 . . M
rJefln.P5pfAtHn.rotrv AsDl
nfu - i
TV" .- o- H' r. -. tV At ll
o'chk M. il a sr. t, r .dam.
, a 10. s.arjf
ix or nouse JLiOis.
taJfnmi, 11 - f
mmr jsi
(f ' &3am
, la, Hawaii :
Lor l-Caa. .ad PasMio.Lwa o. 'Ha trMI sfd. I
I near tf
.' .inuhw, LarU j
l.or ImmI ad on tlie
m. f im 1 tW ratir"'1 ani fut. ..3.1
' wnr nere.
I.o r Cm, Hal 4 .Cwtur Umi rz o w
l.or l-Tk. atawka 9i Makau. csll
Lands at Waialua, Molol
LUr HMo Mtua 4 Maaon ..n .1
tolpaa; sliinai. 1 of luius.... i.
saassa, r -i. vwr
l.r KaL. 1 i i Men
' Wf'" 1"""'''' "j
LOT KBa R. .... ... anil
of tfco rtroM.ii -re anel
I. by Ik od. c ..
LOT I hi. aad Bat. I taah -
stsl. ot ab-l i t.. sins I' u
I.O r .V K.ln Land -Hoot- l man.. .-
laa. IB Hs
WIT --5 tprlsl." ' l ppes ,ia of I
-; S.
Lands at'Knpahulu, Island
of Oahu:!
LOT 1. i Itsts. r.
I.r II IIIH'iMf. I... VHW,.s
,. rn. 1 WhSf re
i m.ii v."
fauh it Kaalaw.i u alj.,.n U-
hoaint 'I nnnoi.i . r
Kaaloln l i . ii i c:i
Ik. frtu t t i . for 'isnn'i .
wtl h n'i i ' f'r " m J
l.or rtr Paslar. I m t Iv I i-
l.or . -i, r
Parkt will' n - "f arW .M :. . 4
l.or..J Paalcre l -. K J
Parky 'Ji i , , arte -' n. a
tor d n- i.s
Park ! i . art.... t
I'1 ur.
LOT 31 I-.-I..I i 1 i loL'ii I-'
I.OT Iiuiu "'ir (MpMaairark 1 J.
saach n M 'flirou i cm,
l.or . h zi -i
n'l t' i i .. :
LOT :i ls..l n... rl
rrraak.i.i ai ..
i.o ru.
aoar Taargxik
tor io Tkl
The Ahupuaa of Waipoull,
.. Island 6ft Kauai:
Tkl ;USI a ails'- w
, ad.taH Iom -ta js sfwM
r.. I. A it tin, As
Notice of SsIe
y drreelkra "I U. A wrlOVaasa.
IB SCI'" " .".!-
US. -mi by l--ii.;.a .ii .
It. A. Wtnaai... o I -as t -. i
raws, aa
Monday, April 14th.
All TM Soot! I
Pieces or Parcels of LAND
aWteatl. al Pasax. Wusius. I.amd ' n-a.
aod Mac all tto rajidarscriaad lu Hot., rates ::
W, Katsaaa Horn lam
Pot fartaer ponlcalat. aaply.to
n. r. ADvnw.Aweir
Or lot-tall Browa.
Lot at Kapiolanl Park.
On Monday, April : : 28th.
Alt. oi Saft.
I will orftr .t jaerton taat l-e of I wl m S "ii"
Lot Ito, ifjun "
Aveva. ka--.a - -.
Kastohal Park, aod eoanaialai u 4 11
acm, harlox a froatajn ol fort a iM a-
a depth ot aw feel, raw tsr.ks.ok: pt. '
tin opposU IK lot. hrloastlsKt Sr
Brown amlT. i?i.st. '
The tjr ! :.aairfo s.-(:Tt 1 1.
.notker bosk t ihls lo' s --.a' t: r
.. -a "
-a two i- laintn.
" o : - i.aa,
JS). XlOperfecl.
Teimt VIM; nam o jisreil

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