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COMMERCIAL. ISLAND LOCALS.
r.Bnni not Improved In tit leaYt dee S ,
the ptwk the el-na t the Umn betas well !
e TBTlOBt eUbUinneati
orlnsotxapted r proprietor, la aearel. f customer.
Commercially there aae bfn bnt ttttte to note. atnee
Utwr1iinr.U.edepartBreer the Xarlpooa one week
t, tnlnr the only ripple really noticeable rn the
I u rfM of export ot Import trade. Dt the City
uf svilney which i mnd liera on the 1Kb lnu,
obtained of decline In the Xaall bal
The Ob..AIrt U dae to-day from San
ktcn with nulla and am date to the 1Mb liitt.
PORT or HONOLULU.
Apr 1rMSJ City or Sydney, Dearborn, fram 9aa To
Apt f fc S .Marino, nanrnrd. for K- Frantifco
1.vAm tern Eva, At kkmaa, ftnj rrarcttco
Am bltne EnreLa. LlfV
Am J"WM,jiSui. Bray
nrhlp Inprnlor. IP Jp
Aw chr m jyifaehcm
KepoirTof PMhS Cltr of f.din Iteaibnrn. Cm-
"Irt. Su FnndM nilot Atrll 12. at
Sp m, and received llonolala pilot April I, at Trf
it Mi hat 41 cabin and fi teerar and
HI Inn frrirht In Inmli Int tli ITotoaiea. irt fmr
daya had bent ltafStoe wlnda and Hoe weather; Uience
rn pott lnne Moth weal wind androtcb am, April
1 parerdateamublp Amanita, April IT jia.m) team
htpMarfpaa bound north, April 13paaed
Mhooner bound north
torcicn vainc, aomertlc Tame, jsum n
For San per Eva, April an-ar.
dommit valoe, M:J
For ban Francisco, per Calbar.m. April IT Cairo of
nar, domevtfc valoe, n?,Ol.71.
From Ran! and way porta, per C R Itlvbop, April 15
Cat Wls AFJofanaan. It Hindi. K Hindu
b l Ilarnca. Jtftea A Wldrmann. Maetrr It
For Franciacu, per Marlpoea. April tJ Judf"
lUlns L llobb. and wUr, MraMlllp and Mr J
A Hopper. MIm II Hopper. Mm W I. Hopper and child.
WL Toler, Mr T Lack. Mr J T MrlVmund!
cblldrrn. J II Jcwrlt and wife II J McCoy and
wire. Mi EMthf.r M hwanrr. II J Ud)1rt,Cat4 C
wife and 3 children. io S bpaldm;, Atajtrr
Hammond. C Notlry.taiber Albert.OT L
II Aosttn.CiA'Maerar.ane, wife and child. W
wood A Ulnaie.T Valoaer, liMaloney, J
H NorrW.J Mi Iff, K Smith, J II Merrill. KO Ilaker. M
Moran. J M army. J Hamilton, V T IIoyt.A IImtT. II
IV KrortT. II Ilfbb, wife and m
For Ilottolaa. ocr InalanL Abrfl IS 5 "MaeanW.
Ofrin, I F banford, Mr Loit
For ban Franctrco. ir ctbarlr. April i: T 4
l);i, wife attd 3 children.
From ban Fraoclco, Iht City ot bydnry, April 19
Mli M ltlchardaon, and T9 Cblnere In the etecrajre.
From Hawaii and Hani, per Klnan, April
Majrny the Kins. Col Clana Hon Sb IJ.
drr, 1VI Adam. io ? Ilonth. Ill Ex lanl enmann,
linn II AMidrmxnn. J Tarrnlr, Mr akawara C
Afonx. M N baondtr. Moon W, J L Itlcbardaon, J M
Udcate, A I) Marshall, .loderktrk, J Ilrston. Geo W
fa.tle FC Xowrry.A WIchardMm. Mr Davla. Mrs
L Kapaa, A Kanallllli, lr b ECraddock.b W Kaal,
MlaAIIrenton,MjalrH II Berkky, Mia Haul
Notwin.Mlo Anuip Inwit. V II Makr wife and
From Mam and Moiokal.rHT Likilikr. April 13-Rev
Alrxander Mackintosh. iKtnlnla.T F
E lttman.Coont MoribnttfT. lnrd 31 II
Kmtrr. KIahal.Mr Kawalku, II O IVina, t
II W llllami, Mr J E Laniard. Mr T boreon. Hon C
lirown. W II i'ammlnraand lfe. J H Mrons. Mr C
Cartrr. Mr- Hank and child, Mr Wolff, U II rrerch. A
krpoikai. lion AtOibnry. Hon J W Kalaa. Iter Father
T Ijotcr. U 11 lUilry, A b Barnet . II Kapn.
From Man) and Hawaii, wffG IUI1. April IV-Rt
Kt of Honolulu. Mr A WIHIp. liftf U H
Hush 11 btmeon. Cant ti E Jackvon aid on.
E bmltfa. John Erra. F bmufa, Mrt TalUnt. Captain T
Mail and wife, Mr Lane
From Kanal. pr Flanter. April 19 IUv A U Forbe.
Rpt A II bmlih. Iter Fathrr Loonore. F J Chapman, 8
Naauan, Alex Vounc, br. Mia Abnna, Mra A Alona.
For lhctolnlr.iKTCitT of bydney, April 19 L F
V. Inman E II Pnntcotube. 1 Morbntter. Hr F
ai II C oxc. II C DnnHombe
Fm Mdlokii and Maui. JT Likclike. April SU-Hon J
H kalaa. n Drckcr. J DMailln.D Mchetizii. I
IN MEM ORI AMTHOMAS CUMMINS.
Month afUr mouth it becomes oardnt) to chronicle
tbe death of some noted old resident. Only
last eek wc hall to give a sketch of the lato Mr.
V una and tony we have to speak of tbe loss of
eveu au older resident, a very patriarch. 1 homap
Thomas Cummin ai born at Lincoln, Eug-Und.
in 1H02. His father, an old sergeant in the
KngliHb arrov, emigrated to Halifax, when Mr.
Caiiiuim" was quite ayoQng boj. When the lad
wk I J tear of age he removed to lloiborv,
where be learned the trade of n earner
winch he followed for some length of time.
Iteing of nn adventurous spirit he Bhipned as
steward oo board a vessel bound for the Pacific
ami in IKii: landed on these islands which from
tbeuc forth becime his permanent home.
Miortlv after his arntal he entered tbe service
tit lhiki i native chief", a man of poshing
wlo waa engaced in tradinc speculations a
number of which Mr. Camruias OQpt'nntcnded.
He n vi went tutu the employ of Hannewell A Co.
whom hi for eotne years in the capacity of
clerk, wiunins for himself an excellent reputation
for ftlerluig integrity and exactness. Somewhat
later he started in business for himself in a general
retail line on tho corner of Fort street which
Hollister A Co. uowuccopy, and in IStO took in
lUck r ns hip partner. About 1SK he sold out bis
in ten si and m IHH sailed for California to take
part id the creat Luld nuh. He was too shrewd
togri U the gold lid4, lint
folate nnd .ugnged in trading, arcaruoiating by
lUi.s mean ouaaitlerable sum of money. In 18.V)
ir ramumH returned to the Inlands. He hid
nlwiiH been fond of stock and bad been breeding
turn- as fur back as tSJy. He owned at that
tim. i celobmtmi roare named "Jeuma" dam to a
Kir f wide celebrity on these islands,
n mrH which hunaaiuan tnast connect
wiili ib Uu Marcus A direct de-Kt-i
ml mt "Jdinie" is now in of
riK'i Iiouiini.. With such taotes it was bnt natural
that Mr. i unimina (should recognizo the
n land like Wajtuanalo for a cattle
r.uicti ami htock farm. On his return from California
he leased the estate from Kamchamcha III
ami fur ara w as the foremost stock raise r in the
rouutr It was he who imported tbe first
sbfi rroiu Ikxton rt Cano Horn ; it was
be wtiu brought down the fine heifcrh and bulls
from ( alifurnta. aud m the memory of the writer
K wbk hi Rkitie whu underctood how to properly
breed and train a In fact for rnany years
1h wu tlii only real Block fancier on tbe islands.
In Ifiobt took into partnership IlaxUr Armstrong,
a sou of tbe wt.ll known missionary aud brother
of Oeneral Armstrong, who is so identified with
tbe progress of Negro Education in the L'nited
.Slate, and of Kevins Armstrong ExAttunic)
General of this Kinmlom. Five veam later tbe
Iiartnership came to an end. and Col. Charles Judd,
uow Chamberlain to his Majesty became aasoct
ated with Mr. Commins for a tune. In 1878 tbe
ltanch was pven npand the most perfect run
on the islands was turned into a sugar plantation
Messrs A. J. Cartwngbt and F. S. Pratt becoming
partners Daring the last few joars Mr.
though in fall poHMssion of Lis faculties,
felt too feeble to attend to business anJ it has
mainly leen earned on by his eon Mr. John Cum
A notice of Mr. Cummins would not be complete
without a reference to tho Commins stable,
which f mm tbe year IMjS produced the most
racing stock here. Mr. Cummins' horses
were always well trained and ran to wm; thouch
fond of racing the old gentleman never made belts
it was the sport he tnjoyed. Among the most
celebrated of his horses were CarlotU, Governor
Stanford, Stanford Colt.
On January "ad l?7l was celebrated, by a din.
ner at tbe Ilnt)h Club, tbe fiftieth anniversary of
Mr Cummins' arrival on tbetw island, there
were present on that occasion Mr. Pierce, the
American Minister, formerly connected with tbe
firm of Hannewell & Co. Mr. CcmminV two sons.
Governor Dotaiais, tbe Hon. A. S. Cleghorn. Hon.
J. I. Dowsetu Consul Schaefer, Mr. 1. It. Walker
and a number of other warm friends.
Ionng his long residence on thorn Islands, Mr.
Oommina has made repeated visits to the East and
to the Coast. On one occasion he went to the
i Galapagos Wands,
On Sunday last April 19th, at 12.30 a. m. this
fine specimen of a true born Enchsliman passed
a wax For thirty-right hours before his death be
was unconscious ana nis end was peace. At -i p.
to on tbe same day the funeral services w ere con
dueled b the Kev. Alexander Mackintosh at tbe
old Homestead at M aimanalo, and the final resting
place chosen by the deceased gentleman wm close
to the house in which he had lived so long. Owing
to tbe short notice given, but few gentlemen were
able to be (iresent at tbe funeral services, among
utose wuo were aoie logo over were Aicssrs a. 4.
Cartwright, Miles, MoaRman and Col. Hoyd- A
large number of the employees of the plantation
and old natives were also present.
Id Air. Cummins the country indeed loses a link
with the jast. He was a man who had been the
familiar friend of tbe chiefs wbo have passed
awat man who thoroughly appreciated native
character. From Karacbameha 111 downwards,
tvery Kinc that had sat o& the Hawaiian Throne
has known and "appreciated" Thomas Cummins.
He was a man who liked the natives and who was
liked by them in return, a man too of daontless
courage, his old friends say he "would rather
ficht than cat," a man always upright, a man
wbono word was his bond.
We have to lose all our good men, and
Cummins had reach.ed npe jears when we
cannot hope to have our fnends long with ns.
Many must sorrow that he is gone, but these
who remain can joj in thia, that in such a life as
that of Mr. Cummins is shown what diHeence. up
rightness aiid shrewdness can accomplish.
lucre are many anu many wuo can take an
from his simple unostentatious life !
Mr Cummins leaves two sons. Mr. Thomas A.
(Cummins and tbe Hon. J. A. Cummins.
Thit Mel failed from the If land December Snd.
iZ for th ist Hrbrldr The object of thocxpcdl
ia t x.r ( ,, tirat tbo&za It warorteBflbly to pel
in zu. K'tvi nutlV rrrl fimt heard of a fin
avic. ltnlnru Tbr tender returned, oat of.ri
r 'cUi t'v W itrro it. reach Honolula, of ihcae Hj;ui
At the regular meeting of the Y. M. C. A. last
Saturday, the foil j wing gentlemen were appointed
to serve un the various committee:
On devotion-W. A. Howea, P. C. Jones, Jr.,
Hon. A F Jndd,Dr.J. M. Whitney.
and J R AtherUro.
On Temperance P. C. Jones, Jr J. Casidy,
J A. Dower and W. S. llraah.
On VisitaLion E C Damon, Hon L. JIcCuIIt,
J A. Dowtr. Capt. G. Lees, J. Cassidy, J. W.
Itoberbrat and A. F. Cooke.
On Invitation Wtu. dark, S. E Mann, J. tv
Soothwick. (tAt White, Willism Dower. Mr.
Keuake. W D. Alexander. JrM W. IVnItoorc, J.
Uitoo. llios Williams WA lJra4j, Tho. Scveriu.
V R Croaer and J. 11. Gibwm.
Oa KntertainmrnU Theu. II. Davies. P. C.
W A. Kinney. E. A. Jone, W. W. II all
end F A Chapman.
On Employment N. F. Herges , Ik F. Dillingham,
and A. F Cooke.
On Heading Room Dr. C. M. Hyde, Kev. W.
C Merrill, and T.G. Thrum.
On Finance C M. Cook, P. C.Jones Jr -and
Ttaeo, II. Davica.
lLilinal anJ lil oo mine health la Hon Litters.
Amvnean Co.' and no family can afford to be
wtiboui tnem. una auverusement.
The nataral wonder, the Volcano, is being fairly
well patronized of late, quite a number of Double
txoula mtim; a viut thither. Yeslerdav
another bue party left this city for Hawaii per
m aiwBci ahmk.
The theatrical troupe rtQI hold the fort at the
Mr. Girrin intends to leu re those islands on the
iteamer tailinc May 1st,
Mondaj Mrj 18th is the dat t (or prorinc the
will of the late Aticast Unua.
Dr. X. R Emerscn has been elected commander
of Post Geo. de Lone Q- R
The trlt hna been laid op in ordinary. The Kit
lakea her place ia Retire
1L R IL Prince? IiliaokaJani left town on tbe
lllh iasL for a tnp aroond Onbo,
The Gntft retami thanaa lo JodRe Austin for
a copy of Patent lann of thl Kingdom.
The will of tbe Ute Thomas Camraim will be
prored before Chief Jnstice J add on May IStlu
The Hond do Rifle hare another drill on the
evening of the 35th inst. A fall attendance is
The old toe Frh haabcen placed fn rotten row
for the picent, the Kit now doing doty ia her
A whale bark, aoppaaed to be tbe EHri. from
Ntw Bedford, is off tbe port thia rnorcio aawe
co to pre.
llieUntisb Consalar flag wai placed at half
mast on handay in honor of tbe late Mr. lhomaa
A flight drop in the pries of aagar, per Manila
baais, was the news by steamer. Calt fornix will
reap a rich wheat barreaU
On Saturday next the gambler arrested by
will haTe their cases
tried in the Police Court.
The O. S.S. UiHpma sailed from this port for
ban Francisco on the lith InaL, with a fall cargo
and a cumber of passengers.
t small Supplement for balance of late interesting
foreign ne a France and China, and England,
Knsia and tbe Soudan.
lolani College re-opened Friday, April 17th,
The school was well filled and there i erery pros
pect of a soccessfal term ahead.
Mrs. Da vies is decidedly irapronng tn health.
The pbysiciana in chane report cauaiderable ad
Tariff daring tbe past three weel.
To-night tbe Central Park rink will undoubtedly
be well filled with spectators to witness the five
mile race for a championship medal.
The ller. E. C. Oggel, tbe f o trm. pastor of tbe
to accept tbe regular pastorship.
TUr AnjtfxtM CfiurcU l'timtele will be read) for
distribution on tbe 2nd of May. The coming number
promise to be of interest to readers.
The recrnlar annnal mcetineof the lintiiti
emlent .Society will be held on Thursday erening
uie ra iiiai, tae rooms oi me uraisn lau.
It will be noite refreahina when a first da dra
inatic company perform at thoMatic Hall, to
retd the cntiqaes then offered by the local paiers.
In answer to a corresDondcnt the inform Uton ta
given that tbe champion coarse on the Paramatta
mer, .. n. n . is a atraigutawar one, a muss
yards in length.
The fallowing gentleman are no a1 the officers of
Post Geo. De Long G. A. R : Commander, Dr. N.
It. Eroernn; tiee do, J. White; Officer of the Day,
Tbe Mutual Telephone Coraptuy has iu lines
in working order, subscriber are much pleaed at
the polite nod agreeable manner in which the service
The bld which were asked from, not only Honolulu,
but alao San Francisco, mechanics for the
building of a storage reservoir, hare not yet been
announced to the public.
The International llestaorant closed its doors
Satarday evening last, owine to the pressure of
tbe times, lhe balance on tbe wrong de of tbe
ledger toLils op $20,000.
LordEIphinstoiieandMr. Aahbury, M. P left
for Hawaii yesterday bv the Kiiau intending to
visit the volcano, '1 hey will return to sail for the
Coast by tbe steamer of May 1st.
Ou Mondar afternoon Lord Elphtnstone and
Mr. Ashbury, M. P. were driven up to tha Mausoleum
in one of his Majesty's carnages. (VI. C. It
Judd showed them over the building.
Emilie Melville, well known to many of oar
Island people, who a few years ago sang in com
piny with Miss Annis Montacue, has an operttic
company playing in Cclcutta, where abo his
scored a brilliant success.
Foreign papers are very severemtheir comments
regarding the employment of a physician in the
dual duties, of "medical director of a leper colony
at Kakaako" and those of, "health inspector of
The baud concert nt Emrni Square on tbe
afternoon of the lth hist, was well attended and
tbe pieces on the programme, which programmes
were very badly pnnteJ, were given ith care by
A member of the Salvation Array passed tbrougb
Honolula id the'Vy .Syf'y. He was on his
way to join the corrw in New Zealand. Heaven
crant that no division of these fanatics should
ever make a landing on these shores.
Mrs. Y. Auin. the wife of a Chinese merchant of
tbts alj, attempted 1o shuffle eff this mortal coil
on the morning of tbe IGlh inst,, with tbe aid tf
imuM. 'italf Juwmii and n Btvtnacti pu
prevented the consummation of tbe rash intention.
The P. M. S. S. City of Sydnev arrived at this
Pjrt on the evening of the 19lii inst, from San
ranctsco. en route to the Colonies. She broazbt
a small mail, and news dates to the 12th inst. lhe
veswl sailed for the South at 11:15 p. ni.
lhe " Honolulu Itifles," nnder command of Capt.
Aldnch, have been making rapid prosre toward
tbe standard of drill desired for their first
It is proposed by the Company to give an
exhibition drill at tbe Central Park Kink on May
News has been received that U. S. S. Jl.trtfont.
tlfHtudunh and InrjUQii were at Valparaiso on tbe
1Mb of March. The Central-American troubles
will be apt to keep tlio Hat tfvnl awav from Lere,
where she has been expected dally, for a loucer
lhe native woman rotutiouod in Inst week's
Gazette as having purloined articles of clothing
irom witnm tue "sacroa precincu oi me i-Aiace,
was brought up for trial daring the week past,
and was sentenced to 'J month's imprisonment at
On Fndav eveuinc a most successful children's
party was given at the residence of the Hon.ri. G.
mmer to ccieurabo tue uiruiuay oi aim ueien
ilder. 1 he fun was kept np from 7 to 11 o'clock
and all the young ones report having spent
Mr. E. 11. Danscombc, an old resident here, and
for several years past manager of tbe Honolulu
Sailor's Home, which position he resigned about a
month ago, took his departure for Sydney, N. S.
Vi., for a change of climate, and pogsibly settling
in the Colonies.
The readers of magazines and newspapers have
to thank the energy of Messrs. J. M. Oat A Co.
for receiving their mental pabulum by tbe
steamer. Through their exertions an arrangement
has been made by which papers will be
received by every mail.
Messrs. Lyons A Levey will offer for sale at 10
o'clock this morning, at their salesrooms, the
entire business ot the bankrupt estate of Kennedy
&. Co. On Fnday evening Mr. Letey will conduct
a night sale at the store formerly occupied by
Samuel Xott on Fort street.
Charles Notley tbe manager of tbe Paauilo
Plintatiort. on Hawaii, has gone on a trip to toe
"old folks4 at England, leaving this city by the
last Mirtjkmt. Mr. Notley well deserves his holiday
and it is to be hoped that he will return
hither m renewed health and spirits.
An upset kerosene lamp in the Astor House n
on Hotel street, on the evening of the lth
insUt was the cause of a slight blaze which called
forth two ups from the Tower bell, but, before
farther alarm was given, the fire was qoeuched by
the simultaneous use ot hand grenade and a bucket
The l'anaikoa Sacar Company of Hito have
accepted a charter and, under its provisions
elected the following gentlemen as tbe first officers
nt thn rftfrtiralinti; 1'rraidant E. G. Hitchcock:
vice president, C. II. Wetmore; treasurer, J. It.
Atnrrton: secretary, u. r. nitasci; nuuuor, ;.
t'ndrthe head of foreign news this week, will
be foond a most complete compendium of the
events abroad. 1 be news Is specially selected with
great care, that no details of interest should be
lost, lhe readers of the Gazette will find themselves
thoroacbly well informed upon the great
questions of tlie day.
Messrs. J. M. Oat A Co. have for sale Miss Nellie
llossiter's b.U mndlUt b,lL Worm. The work has
been previously reviewed in these columns and n
well known to the readers of the Gazette by renu
tation. Those who propose toacquaiutthemselves
with the earlier methods of silk culture will find it
worth their while to purchase the book.
Mr. Geo Williams Manager of Sprcckelsville
entertained a distinguished party last week, consisting
of tbe King, Mr. Ittmaun, Count Moic
butter. Lord Elphinstone and Mr. Ashburv. All
the visitors expressed themselves as much catU&ed
with their visit. After examining the plantation a
portion of the party enjoyed a picnic up Iao valley.
The regular monthly meeting of the Uawaiiau
Mission Children Society will beheld onboard
the 3IiM wi Strt Saturday evening. His proposed
to make this distinctively a "MicroueMan" evening,
with luminescences of former missionary
and of the monetra of the mission work on
those islands. A full attendance ot members and
friends Is desired.
On Sunday Mrs. McKibbin reached the fist
pear oi uer age. a large nuniuer oi menus
lha estimable Iadr durum the dav. and hhe
was able to reoLive them, and chewed no sicns ot
fatigus even iu the evening. The Gazette offers
iu congratulations to the worthy lady and hopes
that she may survive to see many more of her
umuuaya mstaeu wiin respecw
Yesterday afternoon the medals intended for tho
winners cf tbe five mile and the three nnle skatjng
matches at the Central skating rink were In view
in Messrs. Oat A Co window. The former is of
gold and the latter of silver, each about the size
of a dollar and ornamented aroond tbe margin
with a key patbi rn border in enamel and engraved.
Tbe medals are the workmanship of Mesri
The Entertainment Committee of the Cousins
Society invite tbe members and friends and the
public generally to visit tbe Xrig iftar on Thursday
evening. A part of the evening will be given
to recitations, music, and addresses. Ice cream
and cako will be tarnished also, and au agreeable
social time may be anticipated. Tickets for admission
will be sold at twenty-five cents, the pro
ceeds to go to the school in Micronesia.
Mr. J anieiMorgaa acting as auctioneer for Mr.
E. P. Adams will sell at noon on next Saturday,
theZTilh inst tbe plant and entire outfit of the
u any ana neeiuy iiiim newspaper, expected
I supDort, which tbe manager of the paper
bad reason to believe he would receive, not being
forthcoming, he has acted, tn his Judgment, to the
hnfit ftf h tskholdrs and turned the riant
over to tha principal creditors who have ordered
Some evil-minded scoundrels have been doing
willful damage tn Thomas Square by pulling op
young punts, aamaging sutuds. ana so ions, a
lew nights ago tbe gang walked off with one of tbe
wneellnrrow. i ne police snouia seep an eye on ia
place. An effort Is being made to produce a pretty
piece of pablic croon J, and if the effort is spoiled
through the malicious michief of an unthinking
party of hoodlums, why tbe sooner the hoodlum?
are raked in the better.
Dr. Frank Cowan the author of "a visit to
in rw." and other roems. member of
several Scientific Societies in Amenca,
Andrew Johnson's private secretarr, tourist,
traveller, poet and author, and wbo was just be
ginning to be known and appreciated by people
here, for his many qualities of bead and naart,
left this aty by the steamer Citg $yiy on tbe
J0lh inst., en route to Australia and with the intention
of taking a second swing around the circle
of the earth.
Tha Hawaiian nnblie have a creat treat In Store.
Miss Anuis Montague and Mr, Charles Turner are
at present preciuaea irorn playing at me asm
Hall in consequence of an agreement made by the
proprietors with tbe Francico Dramatic Co.
lkrth MM Montague aud Mr. Turner hire established
for themselves a great repalation in tbe
Australian Colonic, and Uonolaln 1 lookJus anx
iously forward to bear tbe one great songstress she
has prolooeJ, now that she returns with the lau
rels on her brow. The series of concerts will probably
extend to six. and there is every hope of their
commencement next week, should tbe theatre
Cosptny go to tbe other Islands.
TheFrench brie 7itrrra.reeentlT sold at anct ion.
and purchased by Mr. R C. KoweT has been thor.
onghly overhauled by Messrs. Sorenson A Lyl,
and found to be in good condition. On Monday
tbe brig was placed on tbe Manne Hallway for examination
under the water line, Mr. Howe has
spared neither pains nor expense tn making her a
rood ana sianncn vessel, tue oru; wm nave a
Hawaiian register and name changed to AUt
L'ffv. in honor of the owner's wife. Her first voy
age will be to Hong Kong, for which port she has
been chartered, and return to Honolulu. The brif
will be under command of Opt. Holland.
A voun? native woman named Akabi. while at
tempting to get on her horse, outside tbe merry-co-round,
on the evening of tbe 18th imt, waa
partly dismounted by a jump of tbe animal, which
then bolted, the girl still clinging to the saddle.
With undiminished speed the horse ran along
Queen and Nanana streets, stopping quickly at the
comer of lleretania street, when the girl weak and
exhausted, fell off, and breaking her left leg near
the ankle. 1 be police, although aware of tbe accident,
did cot see that tbe injured woman was properly
cared for, and yesterday a cood Samaritan in
the shape or a physician visited the girl, found
that Mho had had no care, and the leg was gangrened
so much as ti require immediate amputation.
Sbo was sent to the Hospital, where, thoagh
receiving every care and attention her death is
hourly exacted. Last evening the girt Akabi
died at tbe hospital.
A sbarp shock of earthquake was felt at Uilo on
Wednesdtv Anrd 1.1th. at three minutes of twelve
Tho of the late Governor KjdI of Uilo.
died at Pua-o on Monday night April 13tb. The
wailmir that occurred at the time of Mrs. Kfpi'e
death roused all Hilo from their slumbers and waa
continued with intermission till long attar the
funeral on iloadiy alteruoon.
The mongwse u becoming a ncisance on Hi
wan. J ho little animals are over-running IIilo,
taking off chickens, and even young pig. iJiite
a large number of famdiea at Hilo have felt serious
loss iu their poultry yards from thew bloodsucking
animals. It will not bo long ere the
tnongooao becomes a perfect pest on Hawaii.
Entertainment at the Lyceum
A number of our vounc lads hive formed them
selves Into a small boat clah; Tbe Myrtle Itoit
Club, Jr. In order to gather funds for the insti
tution an entertainment was given on Monday
evening at tbe Lyc&uni, nnd ft large audience was
present to as.tt 1 with financially and with applause.
At 7.30 Mr. S. M. Damon presented the members
of tbe club to tha audience in a few graceful words.
Mis Nellie Watcrhonso gave a comic reading:
"Paddy and the Owl.' Miss Hattie Lewers next
recited a poem, which was followed by a reading
by Mrs. W. W. Hall, "The Heavens aro Falling,"
and Miss Miy Atherton read a clever turning of
the Little Hatchet Story. After tbe readings
M. Damon and T. II. Daviescxbibiteda
Magic Lantern, tbe pictures calling forth loud applause.
An adjournment for refreshments was
then made, and ice cream, cake and sod v water
rapidly disapjieared: tbe little hiving all
they could do to supply tbe eager crowd. Finally
tbe entertainment closed with an exhibition of the
enjoyable Punch nnd Judy, capitallv managed by
Masters Clive D ivies and 1 eddie Waterbouse: how
the youngsters did laugh to be sore. The affair
proved a brilliant success, tbe audience was pleased
and so the club, which reilized a little over
Editor. Gazette: I am authorized by Mr.
Ittman to say that he his neither sanctioned
nor inude the statement attributed to him in
Satarday morning's' l'iea, with regard to the
maceration process. Mr. Ittman has no know
ledge of Una process having ever been tried in any
oiueroonniry man rfava; nnatnere nwas ineu
with n three roller mill, and with varying conditions
of soil and climate, which he
deprive tbe Java experiment of any aluolote ap.
plicition to the si me process in tbis country.
In Java the maceration process failed, because
it was found tbat there was too much clucose pro
duced. Mr. Young has made arrangements to
have the Waiakea juice analyzed next week, and
this will beau infallible test of the result of
inixeration as applied there.
It nppcArS ItfTUB lO tC treating; n visitor with
scant cuurtesv to imblish his oDimons. even when
accurately expressed, without consulting him. In
the present instance the publication is entirely
inaccurate, and when Mr, Young has devoted so
much lime and capital to the development and
practical uemoiuiration oi tue vaiue oi mis process
to the sa.ru msaufactare. I tbtnk there ueed
ie no anxiety as to ins meeting in an open anu
clear manner all points that may be advanced
ngatnst maceration. If maceration be not proved
to be a success at Waiakea, no other mill is likv
ly to introduce it. If it be a success, no one will
be mora pleased than Mr. Ittman, who uatarally
feels greatly nnnoved at the of
his views iu regard to it.
This letter bu been submitted to Mr. Ittman,
who expresses his full concurrence therein.
A Comprehensive Tonr.
Mr. ltliiuun and his friend Count Morebutter.
whu have recently visited Maul, have made a very
comprehensive tour since they left Holland, May
ZUU 1& I- A mere list of the cities they have visited
will let the (UzETTa. readers have some idea of how
tboroucb it lias been. 1 be flrttt point reached was
New York, then came Philadelphia, Washington,
Cam May, Long Branch, Albany, Pittsbarg and a
iuuk &i me uu couunj, nuutiu nun
Kingston, Ontario, Montreal, Quebec, tbe White
Mountains, the Adirondack, with a little shooting
thrown in; Saratoga, Uoaton, llaltimore. Laurel
Cave, tho Natural Uridtre. Iiouisville. Mammoth
Cave, Chicago, Minneapolis, Yellowstone Park,
Salt Like City, Sin Francisco, Yosemite Valley.
On October lH.il, tbey set their faces south
ward- and visited 1'era, umio, crossed trie Amies,
took iu Kosano, ltaenosAyres, Monte Video, "did"
Hrazil, Uirbadocs, St. Thomas, Cuba and then
took m New Orleans nnd tbe exhibition. After
leaving Honolula they intend to visit tbe Australian
Colonies, especially Queensland. They will
make a short stay in Java, and will then travel
through Hntish India and then home by the Snez
Cnnal. When completed this will undoubtedly
prove a very comprehensive tour.
The Gazette's Hilo Letter.
ILirroa Gizettf' -Though the clouds hang heavy
over tbe mountain and town, ever and anon, the
distillation therefrom is not as abundant as nsnal.
6t roams and springs still are low. though tbe sound
of the grinding is not, most of the plantations doing
good work still. From the Waiakea mill tbe
A hhh takes sugar this week.
Hpnorta ootne in from the northern end of the
district of plenty of tain and water, which fa rather
a reversing m customary Mings. "o oiua iir iu
lose its islandwtde fame as the wet comer of Hawaii.
Our citizens amuse themselves In various ways
these dull times. Hunting bee-trees in tbe vicinity
of lloogcnvillo sems to 1m a profitable occupation
ltongenvillc, by the. bj, haflleoomequitearesort
for invalids and pleasure seekers. A new rustic
cottage, with corresponding improvements upon
the original bark phnnty, makes it a very desirable
report for short outings of a day or so, The fruit
thrive, includmo a nnle. near, peach, plum.
cherry, nut nnd Tarious other kinds, are growing
well and promise to be a profitable experiment to
Mr. Hitchcock, who hns shown great interest in
getting tbe place into fine condition.
Tb Hilo Ilook Association lain receipt of twelve
hiudsomely bound tiooks.for which they ar ennder
obligations to tba International Tract nnd Missionary
Society, tbe books being a gift to the
The old time natives are fast fading away: one
by one they go. Nihoa, the widow of S. Kipi, who
was at one time Governor of Hawaii, died on the
10th inst. She was allied to the old line of chiefs.
lie line of the Hilo Telephone Company now
extends from Hilo to Kawaihae. The first through
message was sent by the manager, Mr. J.Heckwith,
tmm fti liltor tilaCA. on tha 11th inst. With but
one transmission, at Honokaa. Great satlaf action
was expressed over the completion of the line.
News thirty boors later tuan tne steamer
mav now 1m transmitted hence.
Haainess still remains quieL Artooo,
Russia In Aslau
Mr. Dclemar Morgan thus writes to tbe Koyal
Geographical Society, of the present position of
Hussia in Asia:
"Times have changed, and when we loek for information
on Central Asian subjects it is to the
Kuasian and their literature that we turn. On
their side progress has been tminlerrupted and
rapid beyond cxpecbUion. Twenty years ago their
frontier, which bad for previous generations lam
to the north ot the Kirghiz Steppe, suddenly took
a bound to the before Europe had
time to recover from its surprise another great
strido was taken, and the came to be
regarded as tbe southern limit ot ltassisn Turku-tan.
Parts of Itokhara were Indeed allowed to
retain a bnt this was a measure
of prudence, for, with such inadequate
liin. Ilnuii mnl.4 tint tiara at lmntd more with
out endangering all she already possessed. Tbe
wiser policy was pursued of preparing the highland
states and bekships tor eventual absorption by encouraging
the Ameer ot Hokhars, now a faithful
vassal, to bring them under complete suojecuon.
For this purpose, llokbarita troop, sapphed with
superior arms and mumtkuu ot war, overran the
states of lUseir, Karateghic. and Darwax, overawing
tho inhabitants, and carrying away their na-
tln nnnr Intrt RanllVltV at llokhara.
Meanwhile UassUn scientific explorers kept tuca
with the military dcUtch meets, and completed the
much needed details required for tbe cartography
ot High Asia north of the Pandj. In this way
MM.Severtsof, Kcwtenko, O anin,
Igtl and others, visited Uissar, Karateghin
and Darwaz, explored tbe Pamir traced
tbe courses of the northern headstreamiot the
Oius, and threw a new licht on iu orography. The
picture they have drawn for as differs widely from
former conccpti jn. Instead of the whole space
groat plateaux dividedbystnglechains,
mm inimJaenl to an ainina reriuo dwaxficu;
into inaignificance th moontains. We cross
rane af trr ranee, oua bibber and cmiler than the
other, and from deep valleys look up to snow clad
peaks swains to touch theiky. lhe passes aro
niry If ever below tbe mow le, and tbe
1. Km Ia m hla w nftn alOBff ldffS Of TOCK
or over BTringing wooden bridges many hundreds
otfeet above the rushing torrent. In the wider
parts ot the valleys we meet wiin me mnaaiiauM,
a brave, patient race of Tadjik. L. of Iranian
blood, as distinct in language as tbey are in habits
and character from their Uzbek neighbors is tbe
plains. Only la the very highest belts bordering
on tbe sno"v do we find the nomadio
with their flocks and herds; bat even tbey begin to
feJ the restraint of advancing civilization, and
surround, their winter haunts with patches of cultivated
ground. Such then, are a few of the lead-Ine
features of this country, which wilt be found
folly treated ot in tbe latest Itassian work.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
rr p. M.s.a. ciTTorsiPSET. dates to Aran, 12.
PuupxxrHTA, April IL As order for six fast
Iron cruisers of the Esmeralda pattern was received
In this aty Thursday. These vessels are nominally
ordered by private gentlemen, Jast as they
might order steam yachts, but they will befor sale
when completed, and the offers ot only one European
Government will be entertained, and it is
thought that the Government will be Uusstt
Washxsotoic, April 11. It fs stated on the
authority ot a naval officer that the Uossian Minister
to the United States has endeavored to
secure the services of a naval officer here in purchasing
a number of the small vessels used between
Sin Francisco and tbe Sandwich Islands
in the transportation of sugar. 'The vessels are
to be used, the offioer says, in preyms upon English
commerce in Japanese and Indian waters,
should war be declared between Kusaii and England,
NrwYosE, April 12. Guatemala Is said to be
making extensiva preparations to overwhelm San
Salvador and Nicaragua, and news of a decisive
conflict, wbich it is supposed has recently takes
place, since the death of President Hirrios, is looked
for daily and even hourly.
News has been received that the Congress of
Guatemala merely declared General Manuel
Lizandro Ltamllos Provisional President uatd a
general election can be held. lUrnllos was an
friend of tbe late President, ltarnos, and for
many years tbey were partners is business matters.
It is believed tbat he will endeavor to carry out
tbe policy of his late ambitious partner. General
ltarrondicr, Minister or War ot tbe deceased
dictator, continues to act In the same capacity to
President ltamllos, and is pushing war preparations
with the greatest speed and energy. He is
supplying arms to all wbo ask for them, lhe
country is in a great fever of excitement over tbe
tragic death of and his son. The resolve
to avenge Barrios has become a national cry, and
all late information from Guatemala indicate that
the people will make a most determined strugcle
to carry oat tbe purposes of Harriot and unity
New York, April II. Calderon, the Colombian
Consul, tarnishes the following:
The Government of tbe United States of Colombia,
by a decree issued in Bogota on the fth
lost, and communicated by dispatch to the Colombian
Minister in Washisgton. declares closed
to foreign commerce the ports of Santa Mana and
Sabanitla, in tbe sea ot Antilles, and the river
port of Harranqudla, annexed to the second
of the marine ports situated at tbe mouth
of tbe river Magdalena, and bv virtue of said
dicree all operations of importation or exportation
iwrformed through said ports are illicit, and
will be prosecuted and judged accordingly. Tbe
nam Government of tbe United Stales ot Colombia
has declared that there are vessels lying
anmnd or in the bay of Cartagena and the inhibited
prt ot the sinia name in the sea of Antilles;
that these obstruct and hostilize commercial
operations, which informer times were-executed
by permanent steam navigation lines of
divers countries, do not pertain to Colombia and
represent no authority, neither have tbey any
right whatever to carry Colombian colors as they
actually do. Accordingly their existence and actions
are by all reasons irregular, and place said
vessels out of the law of nations, and any ships
plowing the waters which protect commerce and
watch the interests ot foreign nations havo tbe
ruht to restrain or stop their actions, on account
of their being hostile to pacific traffic nnd to the
access of vessels to the ports ot n nation in universal
Admiral Jouett telegraphs to Secretary Whitney
to-day from Colon as follows:
The TV arrived to-day. All well. I shall
opes the transit to-morrow and keep it open.
Everything is quiet here, but trouble is feared at
Panama. IshiU send 100 men to l'Anama tomorrow.
Ybeka, April IL Copious showers have prevailed
throughout the county for the last two or three
dars. Seventv.three one-hundredth a of an inch
of rain fell here to-day. lhe weal her continues
warm, with Indications ot more rain.
Quebec, April 11. The Cavalry School received
fresh orders last night and will probably leave to
morrow lor me norm-west.
II i urn, April 11. The Halifax Kittahon of
FnBiliera received order last night to leave for the
front tbis morning.
New Yoax, Apnl news from the
Saskatchewan country shows tbat tbe fears of an
Indian nprlting are itting realized, fourteen
hit mi Lava been killed on Fro" lake, near
ford,and tbe prospect fs that this station will be
attacked by the savages, as a force of 1000 is
known to be in the vicinity.
New York, April 121230 a.m. General Grant
had, at 11 o'clock, a severe paroxysm of coughing,
with a spasm ot tba glottis, which was soon relieve.
He is now sleeping; pulse 72 and regular.
J. II. Douous, M D.
WasmsoTos, April 11. The Secretary of the
Treasury has-received formal notice troia the
StAte Department that tbe two treaties of 1370
now ei is ting between this Goterument and the
Government of Pent will terminate by notice from
the litter on th 31t of March, 1"G.
Wasni'MTO', April 10. The Secretary of War
to-day received the following telegram from Commander
Kaoe of tbe Galem; Onr forcia are
now guarding both ends of tbe transit. A relief
train ta running. There is not much business.
News from Carthagenn to-day reports no change
in the situation. The arrival of tbe Swalara at
Aspinwall is reported.'
Ottawa, April 10. In the House of Commons
this evening the following amendmectwas offered:
1 hat in view of an early termination of the Fishing
Claims treaty made at Washington, thisllouse
Is of the omnion that negotiations should be open
ed with tbe United States as well for the renewal
of the reciprocal privileges accorded by tbat treaty
to American citizens anu uriiiau nuojecm
as for tbe opening of additional trade
relations' between Canada and the United States,
and tbat in the couduct ot such negotiations Canada
should be directly represented, lhe amend,
ment was defeated by a vote ot IW to M.
WAsniieiTov. April 10. -Secretary IUyard has
received official information from Mr. Hall,
American Minister to central America, mat
General lMrnllos, being tho constitutional successor
of llarrios, has assumed tbe duties of tbe
President ot (ruaiemaia.
'lhe State Deitattmcnt bus received information
to the effect that tbe family of the late
General ltarnos has left Guatemila for San
ClTT or Mexico, ( via Galveston), Apnl 10. Congress
declared it would not interfere in
tbe troubles ot the Ceutral American States.
WatxA W'ALta. Apnl 10. Troom II and I,
Second Cavalry, stationed at Fort Walli Walla,
have beeu ordend to Fort Lapw.il forthwith.
Ihey will leave ihis evening in command of Major
McGregor. ludiins in tbat country killed a
settler's wife and tbe troops hnve been ordered
oat to quench a general oatbmak should one
Pobtlikd (Or.j, April 10. Colonel Thomas
Iteale, a wall-known resident of Southern Oregon
dropped dead on his f.tnu, near Coos Hay, last
Tuesday, probably of heart disease. The body
was not found until Ihurstlay. He was Colonel
of Mexican volunteers.
VicToau (II. C., April 10. The batteries are
being placed In order in anticipation of war. It
is said tbat large numbers of torpedoes now at
the navy yard will shortly be sunk in the outer
harbor and that tbe construction of torpedo-boats
will be commenced immediately.
New Yobs, April 0. General Clunie, Mannce
Schmittand Chris Huckley are in the city. 'I bey
will leave for Albany to-morrow morning, to see
Secretary Manning, and thence go to Washington.
They will leave for home on Sunday night. The
members of tbe committee are c mfident tbat they
will secure all they expect.
Silt LaeicCitv, Apnl 0. The Mormon Constitutional
Convention, which has beeu kept alive
for the last three years by adjournment from lime
to time, met last night and without other action
adjourned till October 7, 187.
CntcAoo, April 9. a Urge body of
atnkers, lately employed iu the McCormick
Works, gathered aronnd its walls and made
some demonstrations. nose in cnarge, tearing
sn attack would bo made, sent for assistance, and
a number of Pinkertou policemen were loaded into
an omnibus, with several marshals, and sent to tbe
works. Asthevncared the place they were sur
rounded by the strikers, who stopped tbe vehicle
and went tor tue men insula, aevcrai snoi were
fired, but the onlv person hit was one oolioeman.
who received a scalp wound. The police were
driven out of the 'bus, their gnus captured, the
Horses unmtcned and tne uas narneu.
Wasiiisotos, April!). Whiles heavy storm was
passing over the city late yesterdiy afternoon the
Washington Monumsnt was struck three times by
lightning without causing tba least dinnce. Colonel
Camt examined tbe aluminum tin this morn
ing with a powerful telescopo and lomJ it was
sharp and bright as when it was pi iced on the
summit some roouins since.
Newark. iN.J.f, Apnl 'J. Ex Secretary
passed a restless night aud bis condition
U regirded as worse txlay.
Washisotos. April 9. Captain Norton
manilmo th Slinanilruh infnrma tha Naw Do-
that he has landed aboatljO men in
fartment for the protection of Atnencin interests.
Secretary Whitney replied: "Your duly u confined
to protecting me railway anu sieamsmp companies
property, and lives and the property of American
citizens, and, so tar as your force permits, keep
the transit open. In conflicts between the local
forces yon most not participate, nor show favor
or disfavor to either."
Moxtbkal. April 9. A well-know detictire of
tbis aty says he has made to the Government
an offer that for ft0,000 he will deliver Louis Kiel
into its bands, ueaa or aitve.
PrTTSBCBU. April 7. JadseEaiuc has decided
tbat a store order ctven by any company to an
employee is illegal. The practice of giving store
orders has for years been carried on extensively
oy coai operators or western A'ennsyivaaia,
and now that the question has bees settled by
Country Courts, miners who have been compelled
to accept these orders propose entering suits
against their employers for tbe recovery of their
wages In lawful money. D. IE. Jones, their attor
ney, has already collected claims aggregating $72,-00$,
and expects in a short time to hare this
amount increased to several Hundred mousanu
Kew FaAsrum. Anril 7. Yesterdiv morniaz
Sarah Althea appeired In tbeUnitd States Circuit
Court, to show cause why she should sot be
punished for gros contempt iu not baring produced
the "-Ir Wife letters and the famous
marriage oontnet, as ordered. After lutentnina
to argument by counsel Judge Siwyer commuted
the ladr to 2( hours imprisonment.
East St. Locis, lit, Apnl 7. The election waa
attended by exciting scenes. Maurice Joyce,
Democratic candidate for Mayor, before the polls
opened this rooming was surrounded by opponents,
who placed revolvers to his bead and forctd
him to retire. Several fights occurred.
WASBrxoTo. Apnl 7, Official information has
been received here that Salvador intends invading
Baltikort. AimlS. Tbe police arrested many
mediums and clairvoyants and each war
fined $23. The "Witch of Walt street hadne
xunos anu went to jau.
Six AVT05to, Tex- Apnl 8. - V match pigeon
I shoot between Dr. Carver and A. IL Penrose, 4
Ban A&rota eowbov. for 1100 a side, one hundred
birds, thirty yards nse,oame off to-day. Penrose
won. cccr w w ex, livery wra u .w an uii.
Nrw Tata. Anril A John L. Sullivan and
Paddy ltyan to-day signed for a contest with small
Cloves at Butte City, Montana, June 16th, for the
C34ujpknship belt, $2,000, and two thirds of tbe
Kew Tom. April Grant White died
ofgaatmtia, at his htose here, to-day. He has
been Ul alt Winter. He was born ts thia city on
the rid ot May,i$?
Drrnorr.ApnlCtb. The election in this Slate
passed off quietly. Bssidea city and township
officers, electors voted for Jastieo of the Supreme
Count and Kegents of tbe University. Less than
nan a loll vote was em in tuisciiy, ana awry
babt vote was polled throughout the State. In
Detroit, Morse, Democratic caodidabrtor Justice,
received a matonlv of GM over J adze Coolev. lie-
Eablicanand Prohibitionist, with one precinct to
ear from, which is strongly Democratic
GAivtsTO, April 8th, An inquiry to-day from
the office of the Associated Press fa this city to
tbe manager of the Central Southern. American
Cable Company at Llbertad, Salvador, asking for
definite information regarding the death of Gen.
Barrio, dieted tha the followmsr resnonse: " It
Is a positive fact that a sanguinary buttle raged
for four days on tbe frontier ot Salvador. Beyond
that no other positive fact is yet known.'1
FHTLioxxrHU, Aprd 5tb. The Ttmn barns from
New York that Jefferson Davis baa written a letter
to General Grant, tn which he expresses deep sympathy
with his sufferings. He says It tbe prayers
and good wishes of all ju the Sooth could avail, he
would conquer the dread antagonist.
New Yoxk, Apnl 6th. Senor Bfcerra, the Columbian
Minister, received to-day a cable despatch
from BaenA ventura, dated tbis day, which informs
him tbat tbe revolutionists have possession of the
city of l"aaama TbedespatchlsTrom the Government
Wasktvotox, April Slh. A oommittee representing
the Grand Array ot the ltepublio called on
the President to-day and presented an appeal for
the retention in the Government service of old
soldiers. President Cleveland expressed himself
very strongly in favor of the object of their visit.
WasnTsoTo, April Cth. Tbe Secretary ot the
Navy has ordered 230 marines and 100 blue-jackets
to sad to-day on the Acipltt from New York to
Aspinwall. W hen these men arnve at their destination
the United States wilt have a force of about
1,200 men and 100 officers on the Isthmus. The
marines are armed with Springfield rifles and the
sailors with Hotchkiss nfles. . Four Gatling guns
and two- inch nfles, with 100,000 rounds of ammunition,
will be sent with the men leaving New
York. The entire force will bo nnder the command
ct Admiral Jouett, who is expected to amve
at Aspinwall with the 7Ve Wednesday. Capt.
B. II. McCall and Lieut. T. R. M. WtUos, who left
Washington for New York Friday last, have been
ordered to proceed to Aspinwall to-day. Captain
McCall will be in command ot a supplementary
force of marines, subject to the order of Admiral
Jouett. Lieutemnt Mason will be is command of
tha artillery. With the axrval ot the Tt
at Aspinwall, the fleet will cnuaUt of five vessels,
including the Ttr, the flag ship ot the North
with four guns, the (?iv, with eight guns,
the 6mrrra, with eight guns, and the Jace,
with six guns.
Wasukiotos. April Clh. It is understood here
that the appointment of Greenbaam of San Francisco
to be Consul will
be made to-day. Judges Field and Batehelder and
Governor Johnson called on the Secretary of Stats
yesterday and urged Greenbaum's appointment,
and it is said that lUyard promised that the appointment
should be made within a day or two.
Ottawa, OnL, April Gib. It Is reported that as
a means of pacifying the half-breeds Is tbe Northwest,
the Governor will remove Mr. Dowduey and
appoint Mr. Koyal, M. 1 to the
of tbe Northwest Tcrntory.
New Y'oek, April 4th. A capital purse ot fJfiOO
has been offered to be competed for in a single
scall race, open to all comers. Tbe purse will be
distnbuted in four prilM, viz: $.1,000. 1 1,250, $000
aadJTA The coarso wilt be four miles with
turn. Should William Beach, the Australian, not
compete, the winner wilt be allowed fOW extra far
expenses to meet tbe champion at his home.
New Ooleass, April 1th. To-day California was
awarded the sweepstake gold medal against the
world for the best varieties of citrus fruits; also,
two gold medals, eleven silver medals and thirty
La Libkstao. via Galveston. April tth. Hostili
ties between Guatemala and tbe allied Kepublics
are suspended, and an armistice ot one month's
The Lccislative Assembly of Guatemala has an
nulled the decree promulgated by President Bar
rios ten ?id, in wnicn me union ot me central
American Kepublics was proclaimed, and Barrios
was announced as. Dictator and Supreme Military
Chieftain of all Central America.
1 he zword ot President Barrios was
found on the battle-field of Chalchuapa broken.
According to the latest intelligence received
here. President Barrios of Guitemala Is dead.
Wismtoiov, April 2. The Senate to-day made
the following confirmations: Henry O. Pearson,
Post mailer of New York; Norman J. Colmao,
Commissioner of Agriculture: Joseph E. Johnston,
Commissioner of Kailroads; Edward Parke Curtis
Ijewis. Minister to Partntral: fleorire W. MernIL
Minister to the Hawaiian Islands; Alexander
McCae, Solicitor of tbe Treasury: William It.
Hoberts, Minister to Chile; A. Loo Knott, Maryland,
Second Assistant A. M.
Ketley, Virginia. Minister to Italy; ltutusMagee,
Indiana, Minister to Sweden; T.J. Jarvis, North
Carolina, Minister to Brazil; C. W. Hoct,
Minister to Peru. IL II. Texas,
Minuter to Japan; K. Ik Anderson, Wisconsin,
Minister to Denmark; laaac Hell, Jr Khode Island,
Minuter to tbe Netherlands; Frederick Kalne,
Consul-General at Berlin; T. M. Waller, Consul-General
at London, England; Edmund Jasaen,
Illinois, (' msul General at Vienna, lhe nomination
of G. Marion Moore for Postmaster at
Kansis was rejected.
ASirrnrro". Annl2. The following nomina
tions were not confirmed by the Senate before its
adjournment: Long of lexas, to be Consul at
namourg; nusaeii oi uonnecticut, to oe uonsu at
Liverpool: Gross of Pennsylvania, to be Consul at
Ubtms; Howell otUeoruin. to be Consul at Man
chester; Henry P. Kercocban, to be naval officer
ai rtew urieans; James U. Henderson, to be Collector
of Internal Kovenoo for the Eleventh
of Indianapolis; John T. McGraw, to be Collector
of Internal Kevenuofortbo District of West
WAsntNoTos, Apnl 2. After confirming a large
number of appointments to-day ia executive session,
the Senate adjourned sine die.
Teheran. Apnl 11. Ayoub Kahn, the ex-Ameer
of Afghanistan who has bren residing here for
some lime on a pension of $I7"a) per mouth from
the BntUh Government, has again tried to leave
Persia, tor Afghanistan. The Hntuh Minister
has kept a close watch on Ayoub Khan ever since
his return to this city, after his attempt several
months ago to leave Persia, and has redoubled
hn vicilance since the difficulty,
earning from letters that fell into his haudn,
that tbe ex-Ameer was atram plauning his escape
to Afghanistan, the Bnttih Minister comptaiued
Ui the Shah, and tho httsr arrested Ayoub and
lias confined him in the citadel. Persian officials
have taken possession of Ayoub's house.
Berlis, Vpnl 11. It is reported that Turkey
hai decided, under Prince Bismarck's advice, to
remain neutral in the evnt of war between England
Bebxix. Apnl It. The newspaper here comment
upon the fact that tjaeen ictorU did not
send her congratnlatious to Princo Bismirck on
the occasion of his birthday. All the other rulers
sent their felicitations.
Losnot, April 11. The steamer ly of Xt
Yot I, which sailed from San Francisco on March
l'Jtb, has arrived at Yokohama. The Americas
steamer City f Tuint, Captain Maary, which
saiiea irom aan r ranctsoo Jiarcn iiu, uas ornveu
Lotdos, Apnl 10. Lord Edmund Fitzuiaunce,
Under Foreicn Secretary, stated that Encland
hid denied that the French bid the right, as tbey
claimed, to search for contraband of war on neutral
vessels bound for Hongkong. Tbe question
nas been reierrcu to tne crown i iwyers.
Dcnxn. Anril 10. The Prince of WaltM to-div
received many representative bodies, academic
and others, lie stid both he and tha Princeaa
hoped tn the future- to spend many happy days ia
Rebus, pril 10. - i Us .V , th Un . i O tutu is
acttattrm the sabiect of doabltnu tbe datr on the
importations of laf tobacco, wo as to give tbe Government
a monopoly of lhe iu urn tact are as well as
ice saie oi touaccj. it aty nauareus oi petitions
in favor of tbe protect have been received and ex
presses the hope that it will succeed, as it would
uenent tue masses uy luiani looaccocueiperauu
Lr.fDov, April 10 Tbe report is couGrtued tbat
tne urttMU uoverntneni n is itivited ituy to occupy
Cairo and tho Soodin.
Cavdasab. April 10. The Tsrocnaus have
tnbflted proclimitions through th frontier towns
oi Aignamsias urging tue tignius t lorm an alliance
Bovoat. April 10. The Presidency of Bengal
nasouereu Sv"Jv,uuiibi aiu in preserving tne. in
tegnSf of the British empire.
Anril 10. news of tha battle
between the Kussiuis and the Afghans was re
ceived uy tbe Ameer quiativ. lie nas long been
convinced that Kasau me ins toad ranea to Herat.
St. Feteosbcbo, April 11. Traders here tell M.
Binge, Minuter of r in inca, that tbe present state
of uncertainty is worw than war. Commercial
circles believe war inevitable and it is better that
it sboold coma now than later, lhe JWrr Vermin
accoies ira uauerin or iryinz to provoke war,
thereby htm pen tig the negotiations between
Pvais, Apnl 10. The publishes a
from Kerlin. whicb sav that Prinra llis
marck has assured the bankers t hit, in Jpite of
tbe incident ot Penj lub, the C ir hopes to preserve
Lars Tow, AprilQ. In a terrible hurrictne at
raraatav. on the 23th of Februirr.
twelve vessels fouulered in the harbor, five French
and six native vessels sod the Anlericin birk .- '
rwA (7(4 trt.
Bebux, April 9. The Bursa here wis very
weak all Ity. Sales were forcrl aodtbis ereaUsl
a pinie towards the dose, tichangeonht.
which yesterday was quoted at 201, closed
to-day at TiC
Paris, Aimld. The Paris Bourse was
to-day. Heavy declines in London and Iter-tin
prodacoJ a panic AU the iuteruatioual stocks
fell heavilv. Sales were forced to secure any price
obtainable, owing to tbe fears ot holdars thai many
engagements will go unmet, and that prices
must recede ranch further still. Three percent
rentes were tn formally quoted at 7G frincs 75
FsiSEr April 9" The Boure
here at thi close bordered on a ststo of panic.
Sir Edward L. U. SteI.
"IlMMaleatT Kalakaaa bavlna commUfakmed
me with tUe aKtteatle honor of conferr.02 opon
yoa ia Lis aa tbe tlecorxtioa of tbe Knight
Commander of tbe Order of Kalakaoa, 1 now take
f'eaanre en tbla occasion la prewotinz ajod loveat
ag yoa with thU dvooratioa, and Hie Majesty
desim roe ta oonvey to yoa au eipreHsioiM of
rrcarJ and appreciation of the enterprising
spirit maoifwled by yoa when rrnietit of tbe
Oceanic Steamship Company la aiding ta establiali
tbUUne, wboiwj steamers luveeuctnbated largely
to davaloo btuiaeaa ami oromote Dd v fntercoaria
wili tbe Hawaiian lalaoda. This order bavrnj
be3 instltated by JIiaMijeatyand tbis decoration
preaeoted in his nam ai a testimonial in
services rndrtd tbe rJtate. it Rive me
pli voro to carry oat His Uajetye command and
to offer yoa my consratalaUuns. anJ on thia
to offer tbe toast, The health of IlieMaJesty,
tb Ura&d Soverticn of tbe Order, "
There was itillnea in toe roum u thew word
were pronoonoed. for tbe room was the Consulate
ot tbe Kingdom of Hawaii, and th words wen
tboae of the representative ot King Kalakatuu
aaprSssV 'fl? fflf
The occasion, too, was a sotenrn and impressive
one. for tbe Order of Knighthood was, being conferred
epon one wbo had been a valiant sofclUr r
tha battle of commerce, and had seat brave captains
to extend tbe aid of American ships to Hawaiian
exporters and importers. He over bom
tbe abnvs words were spoken, acd who was in the
presence of the brilliant company dabbed Knight
of the Order of KaUkatrs, Is Edward L. G. Steele,
and be who spoke tha solemn words and struck
him on tbe shoulder with the knightly sword or
that which is mightier) is IL W. Severance, Consul
of His Majesty Kalakaua, Kingof the Hawaiian
Islands. Master of the Order of Kalaksaa, etc.
There is no report of the girding of Sir Edward
with a sword, bat that Is not so Important in these
daya of peace as an eloquent ppeech, which Sir
Edward made in reply to the knightly remarks of
Consul Severance. If there were dry eyes among
those assembled to witness the imposing and
enlemn ceremony, the fart has not been mentioned
is any report. Among those who are thought to
have been agitated, as tbey were present at the
ceremony and partook of refreshments, are the
following: Messrs. Montacue. ItendelL Tillman.
Sadler, Welch, Dimond, Hoardmao. Ortnbaum,
Jones, Alexander, Unohkofler, Low, Steele, Gibba,
.Bacon, Oen. 'rnrnbaU, Capt. AMndge. Mow.
Severance, J. AT. Taylor, Moore, Poihrmus. and J.
Assignees' Sale at Auction.
The UXDEIISIOXKI). ASSIGXKT
of U Katat ot A. W. B1CIIA RD!H V. wtl ffrr
for mm at the A action Hwnt of Lyna Lvrr. OS
MOfDAT,Ua4thyor.May,atlSM the following
Lot of Laad.iltsatcdatKaphala.taeBamln;a
ponton nf Land t'emmliataa Award No.fl.Sa. The
Iota aim Soa. S and ot Kapahaln. to KtnMlanl
Iark, aasl conuta, la all, s Acres and 1 1 ami mors
rallydcrltcittaadfreraj. 31. Mamr la A.
W. Rlcbanln. asit retorted la ilbr l. lre :"kSbl
and T la the RetUtrar of Dmls IHBer. Th leta an
at laeaa there are tn the wnUuli r
aealrabla Ut ta batM e; a. mr aohl brt ta
$. TaRKK A SMITH.
llanolcln. April ytb. 1 Mia
Corporation Notice !
rOTICK IS IIEUKIIY OIVJX,
i.1 thatatamerUsrbeIdiaI!Ilo,atthefflee ef C.
ILWet&tove. on thc9lhdayr April, 13. of the
rapaikne .tar Company
(United, It was voted to accept th Charter of
P""a araain lotora, unr aociaia ana ancce
aors.onthenhdayot Jtjrth.issa, nnder the corpora ta
line sad atyle ot tha
PAPAIKOn SUGAR CO. (LIMITED ,
And that said C'ornoratloa nndn said Charter,
npon itaeif and eletlc J tbe followlniofflwr'
Eflnitchcock... ....... ... PrMfl
CUWetmora . ......
J B Atherton ..,...... .Tnaaarev
C II Wetmore Jttdltor
Notice Is farther elven that. In accordance with th
Iirovttimit nf aiid Charter, "Noaiocknokleraaall b
(able for th debU of the Corporation beyond th
amoant which may b de apoa th bareocahares
held or ewned by them. ti. C 'rillTAKSL.
II Ho. April 1Mb, ISMS. Ium it
NEW YORK & HONOLULU PACKET LINE
a- Messrs. W. H. Crossman & Bro.,
.. TT Drobl 9U. Vtw Totk.
Will Jlp.lth TflMl l.lhltll..
From New York to Honolulu Direct !
On or Abut Jon. 15th. I8SS.
r.rtle, .l.hlns to arsU tbemilTe of thl. flao
vprurtnltrbwtM fonr.nl onlrr, farlj pofflbl,
lies lei CASTLE A COOKE. A;.wU.
STEAM NAVIGATION CO.
Wilt ran mralarty to Maalara, Maat and Koaa tad
CAM EGOS. Commanarr.
LeavcacvtryTt'IoSDAY. at.J p m 'for VaHIhi
Knlna, K ! anal Walmca. ItftDmlnj. leaves Naolll
wilt every HATLRDA Vat 4 p tn. arrlvlas at
every fondy at 5 a. m
Stmr. "C. R. BISHOP"
MAC AC LAY. ' omniantlrr.
7 SATURDAY. Him f
tho. and llanalcl and Kilanea
tarntoe lean lUnalcl every Tt'KSUAY. all p. m.,
and tuttrhmc at Walalna and Walana ivery WED
SK&DAY, and artlvlnj at llonolnln am day ai t m
Stmr. "JAST MAKEE"
Will ran regularly to Kapaa Kau n
J KS, hecrrUry T. 1 FOITElt lt.ldenl
Honolulu, Jannary a. 1W. Kill ..
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
Hcnncit. t'onnA?iiii k.
WILL LE1VE HONOLULU FOR SID FflHCISCO
On or about Monlay My 10,
FOE SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND!
mi nt r. ttinnA.iiikit
0a or about May 10th. 1885,
For Fre'eht axd Paiaaae. applj lo
IIUlc II It IClinSLD A O t.,u
41mI lr Mtlimarui r Stfnuter em mw
i H tared, free t Cliarsc. Iu th t lrt.rM(
11 arrnonir nmr ir iwnmrr niinri.
FOR EUROPEVIA NEW YORK
Two Sailings Every Week
roil i.iYi'Ki'oni. i
From Xeto York etery HWieniiy,
From Dciton itery UtitHrdny.
RATES OF PASSACEl
CmIIn - .n0, HBtl l0 l.l
lecordlsz ta Accommodation.
CETL'IU TICKETS UN FAVOIUCLE TEIUIil.
(tondccnmmodatlanacan alwaya b aenr4 oo ap
pllcatlnlo WILLIAMS DIMOXb A CO.
w Mat street, lioaton.
VERSOS II. BROWN A TO ,
4 Bowllnx Green. If ew York
Notlc to l'aenrer from A at trail. Xew Zealand
and Uonolaln The Canard LlaaattordanMireinanaanal
laclllliea to tbronxh pteenzrra front
pert, the f rcineney of fta aallrnf precImHnif alt poaal
1,111 tr nf delay la Stw Tork.
r7Oood arrorammUtlonf alwaya reaerved
EUNOS II. 0I.OWK M CO .
KMTTIv DiwIlnsOreea. Sew Tork.
MMIi; IXTKUtoT AMI
JL Wlitj ( Vr. I'kw H WiK,lml niton In onr trm
ceaed on the Mh of . canary. IC
n r EIILERS CO.
llonolnln. prR UL 10
mi:. . ii. .f. 1IAUTIZAM IIA
.1 1 been admitted a a oartner nf onr &.
H P. EIILERS A CO
IlowolnlB. April tat. I WW 5t
T"IIK lTNIKlt.SIt;XKI UAA'INf;
X been appointed A4n1nllratar nf tbe Etit of
tk Ut Capt. Joseph SI Oat, reneu all tkoe !
debted to aid eut to nuke tmaiedlat" payment to
kin; and allpartlea fcavlm claim ajalnat atd ea-Uta
matpreent lb' aame, with tk proper voneber
ttucked. wiikln alx tnnntka from tbe date hereof or
tkry wilt be forever barred. J OAT, JR..
Admlnl'tratorEattUof J U Oat, r
Honolari. March 31 , VX IQM
DR. S. ERNEST CRADD0CK,
(Lat Scholar and rrtieman ClUkal Sorry and,
Medicine, Kinc'a CjIIt. L sdoo
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
TU fort Ueet, Honolala.
Office Hours 9-12 a.m. 25 p.m. 7-8 p.m.
MULES! &, MULES!
Unbroken Mules, from 2 to 3 years old
Br ltons c LEVET.
Pv .wdet .f V OR EC and W T RICTJOtDS,
f tn IUa kraal SUUf KESIUTACt.
w art lBtrctd to arft at rne ASettwa. aw
"Wednesday, April 22d
AT B OX'tOCK S0O5
At f Mnmw, toe of Owmi ..4 Kort Strott
The Stock in Trade!
BOOK an-I HOOD WILL
Ot said arm KBa4r C. aU atock hates: aw
at Sa. m rwt street. lltaaMa, a4 at
Walniha Imndef Maai.
The Stock on Fort Street is now open
TIU1H or 5 VLE -1 ak I nitml aut GM
Cum to per cent of pntrhaae ntmicv nit WoV
poalteit with th Aocikwrr.a a Atr roale
Ilea r vnrtbaM on th fall nt th hammer
Upset Price 5,000
ST Fj farther lnlWiaaIloaarvy '"th AlfW,
attheMSceef 51 rhllllpti Hooolala.
Regular Cash Sale
On Friday. April 24
At 10 ant, at i,i fc m,d at Am
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING
CROCKXKT C.lfS ADD TISWAKK
Sacks No. I and 2 Sugar
Bbls Salmon, 3-U Harney Etr,
Fine Lot of Household Furniture.
Al, One Lars
Roan Carriage Horse!
Unite Sonad and bni In adille
LTOX5 X LKVKT A nt "
Friday Night, AprU 24th
Wear lattrnctcd i inlil a Spwlal r.Tlitff !! at
Lv AMLCL ..OTT. FORT
MKEKT.on I'ltlOAV Situ tnrll.atTpBt nplcndld
Ladies' Fans !
Jsatarrlvrd from fpaln, al a Larjj and
Varied AaortmrBt of
Parian, Porcelain & Majolica Ware
Vases, Bric- a - Brae,
Tollot Sots, Bto
And a Larar Varlrty f
Baskets, Ink Stands!
Brackau, Mecnankal Toy. Kc
ear Thewbolv will l unlrw wadaynf ) -
LYOX X LKVET. AnfllMv
On Tuesday, April 28th,
A tu a elites a at.
At the !tehl lArT VcPOXALD. S
1'lac. 5ethl St on aeeowal f dnrtr, lb
Entire Household Furniture
(innlxilD Onr Ton
KTDWi tn Tah1 Uan ir Sl-1 Tih(
Whatnot, Paary itiatr Una MnUUrf,
Mftnrv. "nrUIn. Table" and 1 halra
Painted Bed Koom Sets!
CNKka, ewlnc MachlB. In order, Meal
Mate, lamp, roeaery. i
Etc. Also. ItalhTne. Veraadak ha In
COOK STOVE almost new
LT0S9 A I EVEV AacMoneer
nj irilrraf UESR I' VltKR HWlTIt -Uner
uf th EiUla f WlttflUHIfMiN wowilttrllat
Aactlnn, at onr Salnjtm
On Monday, May 4th, 1885
At l3o I"ck noun ih
IiOTS OF LAND
Hltoate.1 In kAlMUI'Ll (hi balnc a, norUan of
Land Commlnlow Award aVUtt. TlMLMaanNoa
H a.l of Kapahaln. i. Kiutulanl tark and
eoBUln In all Acres and II-I'M af avwe flly
in a attain V4 fra J M .VMumi u A W
nieh4rdM. and rrcnrdwl In liber HI, pi t, .! and
S In tbe Itaghtiar nt lvrU Otte. TI M are at
tb Para and wmU nw a very
deatrabl L. to bntkl on and an aokl aaibjeet to
mortxagv of ,
TBRHflC'Atll; Dead trf pe)nikjei
,TOfH A LETKT. tnctlofteer.
LANDLORD'S NOTICE OF
Sale of Goods!
anon Dl'Ite. aiti
B ltr iln of i t darzw J will - f) 4i taction at
0u Friday, May 8th, 1885
At l" m, tbe rollowlns Mentioned tJooda and.
vrnlhUif, coltis of
MTLEin TH11E USUI IUTOHI1I
tHti.N. IlKmiMST. tLIAIi.
General Restaurant Furniture, Ac.
Reins the aaiu" fllairained from lb MSMiiana tk
H KrtUnrant oa tmndv. Marrk al. If, ff
nl ntrnl by ul V Hnexeax
Notice of Sale
By direct. n ol W DAMnX (be mni
In a certain Mortgage mad' by Mote ktatnlae of
kanaoke. mlmpkn. I land of Oak. t ld ( M
Damon, of llonolnln. dted May 1. )J. reeorded In
tkvoMcooftke Ae.HroM iafriM In mk .
paffe 7i and TV we are Tnaimcted in e.l at pnblk c
On Saturday, May 9, 1885
toai "alearwma. at 12M .poprly pecMed
In raid mnrtaf e- foltawa
nilvate la Pan. Kanea" aJotoaatd. and brim nn
t. dewrlked in KI'hB. LO A . granted (o Jtw
Makoney. containing TO Ml acre-, rifkta of tenant
W rW fwrtkee portknlnea tilf of
K. W Armn. tuney roe Morijtatre . tn
LTOti LKTKT Antumtrt.
Notice of Sale
Ity dtrrciion f UEUittiE TUIMBLK tl. nMMtsX
named In a cerlal migf made by d K Kanaanuno
(n atld Oeorze Trimble datM - h day
IMl. recorded In llbetf. page 11 Uandllln the nt
flceof tk UeVtetrar f toiiejaiiee. llonolnln r
Inatrnrtrl to ! at pnbilr anellot)
On Saturday, May 9, 1885
Arour talc-room at I! M. tbe property ilrribed
in ald monafe i foiioB
ftllnatedai Walpan, Ifamakna t.iand "( Hawaii II
I . being the .am fertbed In Kval Pa'eni t to
!ta(k). conutnlnc; !
rraiw r tunf fo u,
A NEW DEPARTURE
MIL ttKM HEBUKKflw Kt Inf.itm kl friend
tod Ik pnUKZeweraJly. thai b befl opened
Depot at No. 77 King St.,
rOKTHE HALE V-
HA.Y AND GEAIN
WEI I A- Ai L KIM.-v f
Peed for Fowls, Etc.,
BT E. r. ADiKt,
Regular Gash Sale
On Thursday, April 23
At w a m, at my SIcrom. Qra 8trt, X wttl
H at rablle Anxtlow. m
Cherry Wood Bedroom Set
One B W and Prsi Parhw SW.
i Ehtaat atrroc. v 9 w mnir xsm.
Lamp Taars, t haadHrf
OITE IJOHT HORSE CART
Snpnnf mod Orzas t K- nnnfr Rta. t Tft
DRY GOODS, CROCKERY
Ar A. A
Also, I Carriage Horse
k. r. Ate 4w. Asm
AUCTION SALE OF
By rJ.f of (b Truatr of tn Li XALILU XSTATX
I will 8r f !ale -
Monday, April 27th, 1885
At II nlwk noon a my !alMrNMu. na
trt. IfotHilaiu Ibt fullowlBt;
lv ! Arre
Lm la-Ill JM.Xvf
Lot .-1 AcrtH
Lot Arrtn ! 1
Tb nlae U fvn K to I larlaal. arc allaat
tn beaek K.WLAWAI beyond laad Ifaai.
fvMtl on a mm frwi llonoinla by way f KaelnlaBt
Par bftunii litem, and lb tea, and arr Milan! fn
tmry r aWene with ta& aen baiblnc tBtmedutary
la tbtr trvnt.
LM U-TW K4ALIIC 5- Ittand t
Lot 1- Tn WtlElir lalandnf Maal.
wTBaHClll. it tb aprn' sf ywr
A pUn of Ik lrf A ! J - n W ae at ibc Actl
K r AUAM9 Aactionevr.
Notice of Sale
1ldtreUtot Stephen penrr lhe Aaalcn ft
cwrfata MeiMT d b Wb day nf Hentmbev,
Ym. and m J by Bllaabeili hw K4ai, In
favor of B. fntlenan and bt Mid K Fnratenan
to Mtd!tpben spencer t tarn directed to a II
at Public Atetton.
On Saturday, the 2nd Day ol May
(, j l tl M, at mr Sal ooma, ,u HonoUU
Aillherlxbt title and lidere.t f vald EHoetk Ska
e Kdaaaada, belnn an uadti'l.d f In and
in Ibat certain of Land altnai In Wlk. Waal,
anldecrineai in iioyai raienr " i - "i?";
low Aad .: tUtm mt
Land .Ha-te nw Paine- Walk. In th nv mt llotMnln,
and being Ik mm pelefnnvved fctaald Elian
betk Shaw ne Rdmnnda by deed, of recoed l Ubee
n pan low mt tk
ncnmlae knawit the UU tUbool Ifeaal,''
Ti pramloa lai mentioned aad
rnlMUnllal bnlMlnKon then and adpunaibaharmka.
terir farther partle man f
Km r .tDAMW. .
(ir it i. it, I'm vt, AM ntwer.
Ilooolala. Marck 9MU PC
Mil IL F OILLIltlllM ba Inr' d w U oirt
ff PrivaUi Sale f ki Hpimdla
On Beretania and Bingham SU.
LllTSO 1-1. ftonl n.l Jtl f..f d ep. with
a Ktn II-- and Ont ItntMllix tabk I arriaf
llowte.Ac npmi If. nnd lath nrpertUtel? ntenpled
by Kv i. A rnaan Th- llaF I . rmparaltvely
new, U la m otdar andmil .p'O fof tnapectkev
foe any praam datrin I" " H The npael prtc
fnetbtplndl4pleor property am '"'
One-Fourth Cash, Balance In 1.2 and 3
Years, with Interest at 7 per Cent
LOT .TlU!nby l f I p. tpm yr to w
LOTXo.lUflbylM. apwtprti. iJpaJMI
LOT So. I M ft by J fl apac prlf.
LOT . I1 ft by fl. I.JalCaj
LOT Jto.ek w ft by . npaelprlee. laiiu
LOT.7Wftb7wa. Bprtniire IUf Ml
LOT fc, ft fi by H (,.n.e. 1JIM0U
LOT5.WNilMftby ft. np.etpi!. I.IH4 to
i term- (m t n . t a that
payment mm b wry allv a
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trranted bv taV t Property
wltkln ..f th. i i aatxratly
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tpertlnn nf !!, .-very and
.. .. E. P. ADAMS.
No. 92 King Street.
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pBTiakaaiwr i it- - i f .f at I
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In th land Wir b lim ,i .t nf ia wrklBC
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Single &. Double Harness
Everything Requisite for the Stable.
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English & Sydney Saddles,
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- What be ba i.'rt ft t -i u.lk Wl
During my abienet Irom lhe Islands,
MR. JAS. MORGAN
W a t ' a
Auction and Real Estate Businew.