THE DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER.
All person are hToby forbidden to bathe
tbe pool at Kapena falls, in Xuuanu XUe or
la any way to defile the water supply!,? the
same, or to trespass on the adjacent grounds-
Any person disregard in; this not will be
prosecuted to the full extent of tbe
Superintendent Vater Works.
Office Honolulu Water Work, March 25, l8"1"'-
Approved: CHAW. T. G CLICK,
mr2G-13-lmJA- jUiulster of Interior.
PbnwH or the Jfoon Dunn April,
" V. H. M.
Last Quarter..,; 6 15 11 A-M
TIe Kisluff ami Setting or tte
The sun rises to-morrow morning at o:13 o clock.
The sun seta this evening at 6:17 o doc.
POUT O' UOXOLULU, 11. 1.
Stmr Kiuau, King, from Hawaii and Maui
Stuir Likelike, Lorenzeu, from Kahului, Pukoo
iud way ports, Molokni
tstmr Lehua.Welsbarth, from Molokaland Maul
via Lahaina and Lanai
Schr Luka, from. Kolialalele
Schr Leahi, from Kolialalele
Kunoay, April 5.
Sstmr Planter, Cameron, from Nawlliwili, Wai
iaea, Koloa, Kleole and Kekaha, Kauui
Schr Haleakala, from Pepeekeo
Schr Wailele, from Maliko
Schr Kkukui, from Walalua
HclCr Rainbow, from Koolau
Satukdav April i.
btmr C It Bishop, Macauley, for lanamaalu,
Kiiauea and Hanalei, Kauai, via Yaianae, at
8 a. m. f i , '
Brit bark! Lady Lampson, Marstn for ban
Schr .Waloli. for Maliko ! ' ,
VeHeI leaving TIiiIay.
Stmr Likelike, Loreuzeu, for Katdui and way
ports, at 4 p.m. ' '
htmr Waimanalo, Nelson, for Wnnanalo.
Schr Nettie Merrill, for Lahaina,
chr Waimalu, forHUo
Schr Manuokawai, for Koolau
Schr Luka, for Kolialalele
Schr Lea hi, for Kukaiau ''
Schr Catertna, for Uanalet
Schr Kawailanl, for Hauapepeauai
Schr Itainbow, for Koolau
Schr Wailele, for Maliko.
MeL Hsipecteil from rf itfii Fort.
Steamship Mariposa, II M Howard, from San
Francisco, due April 8
U S S Hartford, Perkins, froft Valparaiso, Chili,
H A, due Mar23-i25
Am bark Neptune, from Newcastle, N S ,du
Am bark Autumn, from Nevcastle, N S W, due
Bark Chiisca (Brit) from Leerpool, due April
Bark Mendotu. from Ne York, due March
Britbaik James O Rain, rom San Pedro, due
Marcn ' '
Brit bark Birmah, Witt, from Glasgow, aue
American bark Culbarlet, Hubbard, from San
Francisco, due March 30
Brit bark Oriente, Hughes from Liverpool, due
May 20 :
Am bark Amy Turner Newell, from BotUoii,
due April 30
castle, X S W, due April l!i 30
Am bktne Beulah, from Newcastle, N S A .
Due April 15th,
Am brgtne John .Smith, Foss, from Newcastle,
N S W, due April 5 10
Am tern Reporter, Cook, from Newcastle, N S
W, due April 10 15
Am tern Eva, from ,-Jureka, Cal. Aue .aiarcu
FORKIUV VlflGI IX POBT.
'Am Missionary 8t.ifl-bktiie .Morning Star, I.
Bray.from Boston I .' c ' , ; ; ,
. Nor ship tmperatf)! , j xiuic, ituu unci
Am whale bark Jtchn Carver, Sherman, from
German bark Mathilde, A Kreuzien, from New
castle, N S W
American whalin bark Cape Horn Pigeon,
Kelley, from' New Bedford ,
From Hionnkua.per Lehua, April L Captain
D Taylor and 11 C Austin.
From Waiiuea, Nawlliwili, Keloa and Kekaha,
Kauai, per Planter, April 5. Mrs C II BiBhop. F
Abana, and 63 deck. ' . ; j .,
From Hana, lahului and Kaunakakai, per
Likelike, April i.V 11 Cummings, wife and
elUld, H Sheldon and wife, Hon J K Hinnns,
Prince A K Knnniakea, S Ijederer, P Kap.tno, O
H French, K M Valsb, C B IIofftrard.Miss Harris,
Mr Akl, Chock Lo, Ah Mee, 11 An Mee, Alau,
Lam Chock, Hi4 Kapu, and 7- deck.
From Hilo, Mialaea, Mahukona, Kawaihae and
Lahaina, per Kinau, April 4. F P Hastings, Geo
E Uichardson, Miss Kedfleld, II A Heen, Wong
Kan, J kuehr, W M Snrlbiier and wife, Miss M
Lorintlna, C t VVrUflit, wife and child, and 115
deck pussf 'lKcrs.
.. DfcfAJSTl'BKS. . . ,
For Suih Ftiiiitisco, per Ijidy Lampson, April
4. Luke Fay nd Ilobert Gardner.
- - - - - EXI'OB I s.
ror San Tranclsco, per Lady Lanipson, April
4.Thij II Davles & Co, r:,4(!5 bags sugar ; C
lirewer A 0), 1,531 bags sugar. Total sugar, 13.U98
bags s tonnage, 726 tons. Domestic value,
167,301 50., '
J SHIPPIXU XOTKJ. J
The scbooncr Leahi brought 2,003 bags sugar
TUb sciooncr Wailele brought 1,020 bags sugar
from MuSfco. - , .
The sdioom r L"ka brought 2,100 b!js sugar
TUe schooner ifaieakula brouglu lr600 liags
nngar from Pepeekeo.
The sleamer Likelike brought 1 ,332 baga sugar
nlj') bags corn from llauu und Kahului.
The icUooner Khukai brought 321 bags sugar
aiil IS piss'Soiu Watalu-.t, She sails to-morrow.
'lliv steauicr Lehua arrived curly last -Saturday
fr.itji Juinakua with 1,73d bags sugar, 73 hides
uii-i U Uvii'l cattle.
The teauier Klnati last Saturday brought 3,010
blMfs sugai", 4?1ead cattle, 1 horse and 100 pack'
agfs sumlrii'S from Maui and Hawaii.
TUe teiuer. planter arrivwl yesttrduy from
Kauai with 327 bags sugar, 61 bags rice, 11 hides
Mud 4 horses. She reports haviug had s'jually
vfaiiu i at Nawlliwili the lust two days.
The American bark Courtney Ford sailed from
Kahului, Maul, last Friday for San Francisco witb
11,185 bags sugar, weighing about 721 tons, and
valued at $71,226. She was towed out by the
steamer Likelike, and the following passengers
nt by her: T. M. Lowrie and C. T. Tickles.
'Supreme Court Iu Probate.
JCDD, C. J., PBESIDIXO.
Si iTfnn t i tM!l A f 1
: In the matter of th estate of the late
James Voods, of Kohala, Hawaii, the Court
confirmed the sale by Mr. E. P. Adams,
auctioneer, of 20 shares of Union Mill Com
pany stock to Mr. James Rcnton on March
31st. The price paid was $12,450, 19 shares
selling at $25 each, and 2 shares at C00
Floral Decoration and Pral-e Service
Ut All the Cnurche.
Eastrt Sunday, the great festival of the
Church, was observed yesterday in all tho
clrftrches of Honolulu by social services.
At. Andrew b Cathedral, A the Anglican
Church, and Fort-street Church and the
Bethel Union Church of the Conregation
alists were especially decorated for the occa
sion, and fine zausical service1 were tendered
in the two latter. -: ; - .?
The floral decorations iu St. Andrew's
were especially handsome, particularly
about the pulpit and baptismal fout. They
were arranged by II- K. H. Queen Dowager
Emma, Mrs. Wodchouse, wife of the British
Commissioner, and other ladies. The early
celebration of Conmuniou was iu Hawaiian,
the Rev. Alexander Mackintosh officiating.
On this occasion 9ver sixty persons partook
of the sacred elements.
At 11 a. m. then was another Coui:uuniou
service in the Euflish language at St. An
drew's Cathedral, at which His Lordship
tho Bishop of Honolulu officiated. The
church was complaely filled with worship
pers, among whou were Ilis Majesty tho
King, H. 11. H. the Princess Likelike, with
her husband, Hoi. A. S. Cleghorn, and
their daughter, the Princess Kaiulaui. The
Queen Dowager Enxna, and U. K. 11. Prin
cess Poomaikalani, vere present at the early
At the 9:30 a. 11. service the Rev. A.
Mackintosh preachel a sermon in Hawaiian
on the " Resurrovsticu of Christ." The sing
ing of the chants anl hmns was very good.
During the day ajout 1C0 mom bets com
"municated, and at i p. m., at the baptismal
service, 11 infants were baptized.
THE CATUOUC CATHEDRAL.
At the Roman Catholic Cathedral, a liigh
Pontifical Mass was sung, the Ut. Louis Col
lego Baud, under the leadership of Mr. C.
Michaels and Brother Bertram, assisting,
the choir rendering Chuck's Mass in C.
The music was very gool, showing the re
sult of careful training. During the ser
vices 21 infants and 23 adults were baptized,
and about 50 young people were confirmed
by the Bishop of Oiba, assisted by jthe clergy
The Cathedral was crowded with worship
pers all day, and at 1 p. m. the high altar
was illuminated again, for tho first time
since Good Friday. ; . ' . -
The decorations at - Fort-street Church
were very handsome. A superb bouquet
stood on either corner of the pulpit plat
form, and a bank of roses at the base of the
pulpit itself. Along the front of the choir
gallery was the inscription, "Christ, ' the
Lord, i3 Risen To-day;" and midway on' the
front of the same gallery was a handsome
lyre of fragrant, glossy ruaili, on which
rested a large cross of superb roses. The
angles of the pulpit platform were filled in
with palm leaves, and each of the many
side lights on the walls of the church were
decorated with bunches of ferns and other
graceful shapes of green foliage.
. In the morning the Sunday-school met
with the congregation. Pastor Cruzan, wel
comed the children to the beautifully deoo
rated church, saying that, "as in the home the
wise paren t had nothing too geod for the chil
dren, so Fort-street Church desired the
children alwavs to share in the best and
most joyous of festivals, hence the united
Easter service." The singing by the children
was very fine. The sermon wa3 from 1 Cor.,
15:?0, "Now is Christ risen from the dead,"
etc. Thvwhole service was very enjoyable.
In spite of the tain which set in about 7
o'clock p. m., a large congregation assem
bled to enjoy the Easter Praise Service.
The very full and elaborate musical pro
gramme, which was published in last Satur
day's P. C. Advebtiseb, was well carried
through nnder the leadership of Professor
Yarndley. The choir, numbering about 20
Toices, acquitted itself very creditably, all the
numbers being admirably rendered. Among
those especially enjoyable was Paff's ;"Cava
tina," for argan - and' Violin, in which "Pro
fessors Yarndley and Jones showed the
wonderful capacity of their instruments to
touch tho human soul. The anthems,
"Christ-our Passover" and "Break Forth
Into Joy," were capitally aung, while the
congregational singing was inspiring, par
ticularly in Mr-son's " Hark ! Ten Thousand
Harps and Voices."
Pastor Cruzan's address was upon "Cer
tain well-established' but " tmexplainable
facts which gather around the first Easter,
unless the resurrection of Christ was' an
actual occurrence." These unexplainable
facts, as given, were, "The wonderful
change in the Disciples of Christ, from ab
ject fear to unconquerable boldness. The
conduct of the rulers and people, of Jerusa
lem. If Christ's resurrection was a cheat it
could have been easily proven. It did not
tako place 'in a corner,' but when Jeru
salem was overrun with people. The
change in the Sabbath is another fact. As
the Washington monument stands a witness
to the fact that such a man lived, so the
Christian Sabbath stands as a more endur
ing monument of the fact of Christ's resur
rection. If Easter is a delusion, explain the
existence of the Christian church. Out of
that first century started a mighty wave,
which has swept on for 19 centuries, never
so strong as to-day. -and bids fair to one
day cover the earth. "What force started it?
'The fishermen of Galilee standing on the
grave of a dead Christ, preaching a trans
parent lie?' This would be a greater
miracle than the resurrection of Christ."
The following announcements were made:
Woman's Board of Mission meets Tuesday at
2:30 p. iu.; prayer meeting, Wednesday
evening at 7:30, will have for its theme, I
have no interest iu the Bible how can I
become interested?' Tho ladies prayer
meeting Friday at 3 o'clock p. m., and Soci
ety of Christian Endeavor at 7:30. Mr.
Cruzan also announced that, beginning with
next Sunday evening, there would be a
series of Sunday evening sermons preached
especially for young men.
BETHEL OI02f CHURCH.
-.At the Bethel Union Church, in the morn
ing, the rite of baptism was administered to
three children. The Reverend Mr. Oggel
preached an Easter sermon from the text :
"I am He that Liveth and was Dead; and
Behold, I am Alive for Evermore."
' In the evening, the exercises by the Sab
bath school children were very interesting.
The church had been tastefully decorated
and in front of the pulpit was a larjje cross,
some seven feet high, covered with flowers. :
Nearly all the children were present.
lanre concresration was also in attendance.
The cantata, "The Story of the Resurrec
tion," was well rendered by the children.
The Easter hymn - were- also snug with
much auiiaation, which was largely due to
the efficient leadership of Mrs. S. M. Dauiou.
Mr. Oggel gave an address on the resurrec
tion. ' -
Alter . the opening rolaulmy and singing,
a Scripture lesson from Acts ii., 22 j6, wir
read, the Superiutcndent of the Sabbath
School, MrB. F. Dillingham, reading on
Terse, and the classes in succession respond
ing by reading the verse following. This
exercise was interspersed with singing by
tho children. . Immediately before the read
ing of the pa3age describing Christ's ap
pearance to the disciples, an, anthem was
sung by the choir under the leadership of
Mr. A.' Marquez. - :. " "
A very pretty feature of the exercises was
the illuminating of the floral cross of Easter,
by arranging upon it a series of golden let
ters, each placed in position by a young girl
or boy, so as to form tho text "lie is Risen!"
Then, standing around the cross, they sang
"Hallelujah, He is Risen!"
Rev. Mr. Oggel delivered a short address
to tho Sunday-school children- on Jesu3 as a
babe, a youth, a man, and as the Saviour of
all, risen from the dead by His own mighty
power, that all men through Him might
liave everlastina: life. j
;" T ANjrorscEJiEST. j
- The regular sociable will be held at the ";
vestry of the "Bethel Church on Tuesday j
evening at 7:20 o'clock, April 7th. It is to j
be a doughnut bociable. .ach lady is to
bring doughnuts and nothing else.
The lady who furnishes the best, will
be rewarded with a badge of honor. The
doughnuts are to be sampled by a committee
selected from the company present. All
that remains after the guests are served will
be sold. Coffee will be furnished bv tho i
ladies of the society.
Nettie Andkew, Secretary.
Favorable Crop lrospects Distemper
. , Amonjr Horses.'
Kahului, Maui, April 3d.
The American brig Courtney Ford, T.
G. Miller, Master, cleared on the 1st in
stant, and sailed to-day for San Fran
cisco, with 1,454,455 pounds of sugar,
valued at $71,226. 84; and two passengers,
Messrs. John Sickles and J. M. Lowrie.
Kohala, Hawaii, April 3d.
Niulii mill folks are greatly pleased
with the working of their new double
effect. Some" planting has been already done
in this district. Never before has it been
attempted so early.
Mr. Buy "Weight, for a long time iu the
employ of the Niulii mill, departed for
the Coast, with his family, on Friday last.
The new trestle at Makapala will soon
be finished so that cane that is waiting
to be ground can be accommodated.
Mr. H. P. Wood is still confined to his
mouse, in consequence of the injuries re
ceived from the kick of a horse. We hope
soon to see him ont again. . j
We met Mr. Huf us Lytnan of Haraakua; !
one day last week. He reports cane look-;
iug well at his headquarters.
Fine weather still continues, which
makes a little sunshine for the planters.
It is a Lelp to get big crops when prices
- - IIojtokaa, Hawaii, April 3d.
A meeting of planters and others inter
ested was held here on hist Monday, the
object of which was to devise some means
to prevent the spreading of disease
among auimals in this district. There
are quite a number of horses running at
large that have contracted :i disease of
some kind strongly resembling glanders,
and something ought to be done to stop
it. jit was proposed to appoint inspectors
in different parts of the district, who
would report all cases to Dr. Brodie, and
get advice from him. I think the Min
ister of the Interior has been informed of
the movement and it is hoped he will act
promptly in tho matter.
The weather for the last few days has
been very wet, interfering with work on
the plantations.- - -
v The growing of corn on these islands has
long ago passed the experimental stagehand
it has been determined that an excellent
quality of this cereal can be grown in many
localities. The yield per acre is equal to,
if not greater than the average elsewhere. JL'
The same may be said also of wheat. In
1849, and for a few years after that date, a
large quantity of wheat was grown on the
island of Maui, to supply the California
market ; but as soon as that State began to
raise wheat, tho Hawaiiau crop could no
longer be exported at ii profit; and, indeed,
the flour made from domestic wheat could
not be sold here as cheaply as that sent from
California, hence the wheat-growing was
So with- corn. It is imported from the
Coast and sold here for a trifle under lJi j
cents per pound ; while, o-ing to the fact j
that substantially all the good corn land j
near ports of shipment is taken up in sugar j
cane growing, the corn planter is obliged ro j
r.iise his erop on what sire called kula," or j
hill land, to and from which transportation
is difficult and expensive. These lauds are
on an average from eight to ten miles dis
tant from points of bhipmOnt. Tha roads
are also steep and rocky.
There are a few Chinamen engaged in the
business of corn raising on the island of
Maui, and they say they cannot afford to sell
their corn for less than 2 cents a pound at
. There are industries connected with the
cultivation of the soil in the Hawaiian
Islands that would, no doubt, pay to develop.
Whether corn raising, with the competition
of the Coast to contend against, is one of
them, we are not prepared to say. It would be
desirable to test it, however, on a larger
scale, and this might be done by every plan
tation raising sufficient corn to feed its own
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
ur mcu nave been reportea at tne
Station House as having dcoeritd fron; the
whale ship Cape Horn Tigcou.
A collision between two hacks ttok place
last Safarday evening bu Fort street. The
one at fault, of which the driver must have
been half asleep, was mo?t injured, but ha
managed to t'Ct away before leing identified.
.Subscribe for? the Wjii-H' V l C. ApvtK
nsrn and mail ccpiex to frh nds abroad. A
?ingle copy will give them a better idea of
the progress and , condition of the islands
than twenty letters, however voluminous,
Mr. A.' M. Mcliis left a number o
cakes of passover, or unleavened bread, in
the office of this paper; These cakes are
about eight inches in diameter, baked very
thin, and made solely of four and water.
Mr. Horn also sent in a supply of hot cross
buns. ' -
BEl'OllE POLICE JUSTICE BICKEETON.
Satcejuy, April ith.
Kale, a native, was the only one up before
His Honor this morning, the charge being
drunkenness. He was fined $5, and $1 costs.
Two drunks and one disorderly conduct
customer were captured Saturday night,
and two yesterday, all of whom will come
up this morning.
Advertise in the Weekly P. C. Advebtiseb
if you wish to sell your wares to advantage;
it is . more generally re-ad thati any other
weekly paper published in the Kingdom,
STEAM BOOK AND JOB
Is prepared to do all kinds of
Commercial & Legal Work
CORRECTLY AXD WITH DISPATCH.
Having just Received a Complete and New
Job Types and Ornaments
Of the Latest Styles, from the most Ccle
. bra led Foundries of the United State?,
and employing only Experienced
ami Tasty Workmen, we are
prepared to turn ont
Bills or Imitate,
(In Hawaiian A English)
Stock Cert i Ilea ten.
4 Rauk Cheeks.
Orders. . ;
And hi fact ever uthinQ which a First-
Class Office o.(n do.
P. G. A. Job Printinit Office.
BEOGLIE & SPEAE,
Manufacturing: ami Importing Jew.
404-wtf 75 FORT ST. HONOLULU.
E. S. CTJNHA,
I etail Wine Bealer, I nion Saloon,
r'ir of the Hawaiian uzflte Building,
o. Zi Mcrrhant totre-t. 99-wtf
Importer iatl Bealer iu Clothing,
Boots, shOfS, Knts, Caps, Jewelry, 1'erfumery,
1'ocUet Cutlery, and every description of Gent's
Superior Furnishing Goods. 66" Benkert's Fine
Calf Dress Boots, always on baud.
X. K. C'ORJJER FORT A MVJtCHAN'T Sl!i. 415-Wtf
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.,
Importers &Commission Merchants
HONOLULU, 1H. I.
IJtPORTER AND DEALER IX
oots & Shoes,
. . ALSO
No SO, Fort Street, Honolulu. 4Qi w
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO.,
Will leave Honolulu each Tuesday at 4 r. n. tot
Lebalna, Maalaea, Maiena, Mahukona, Kawaihae,
"Laupahoehoe and Huo. Leaves HUo Thursdays at
noon, touching at the same ports on return, arriv
ing back Saturdays.
PASSENGER TRAIX from Xlulil will leave
each Friday at I p. m., to connect with the Kinau
The Kiuau WILL TOUCH at Honokala and
Paauhau on down trips for Passengers if a ignal i
made from the shore.
Leaves Honolulu every Monday At 4 r. - i
Kaunakakai, Kahului, Keane, every other w :
Huelo, Hana, Kipahulu and Nun. Returninr, will
stop at the above ports, arriving back Saturday
41 For mails and passengers only.
Will leave regularly for Paauhau, Koholalele,
Ookala, Kukaiau, Honohlna, Laup.ihoehoe, Haka
lan nnd Onomea.
STEAMER KILAUEA HOU,
Will leave regularly for same ports as the S. S.
Leaves Honolulu each Wednesday for Kaunaka
kai, Kanialo, Pukoo, Moanui, Halawa, Wailan,
PelekuuuandKalaupapa ; returning, leaves Pukoo
Friday a. m. for Lahaiuu ; leaves Lahaina Saturday
for Pukoo, remaiaining Sunday, and arriving at
Honolulu Monday evening.
lii' Tne Company will not be responsible for
anv freight or packages unless receipted for, nor
for personal baggage unless plainly marked. Not
responsible for money or jewelry unless placed In
charge of the Purser.
AH possible care will be taken of Live Stock, but
the Company will not assume any risk of accident.
SAM'L. G. WILDER, President.
S. B. ROSE, Secretary.
OFFICE Corner Fort and Queen streets.
23-ly Mar 30
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.
THE NEW AN I) ELEGANT STEAMSHIPS
'MARIPOSA' & 'ALAMEDA.'
Will leave Honolulu and San Francisco on the
FIRST and FIFTEENTH of each month.
PASSENGERS may have their names booked
in advance by applying at the office of the Agents.
PASSENGERS by this line are hereby notified
that they will be allowed 250 pounds of baggage
FREE by the Overland Railway when traveling
EXCURSION TICKETS for round trip, t)125.
Good to return by any of the Company's steamers
within ninety days.
MERCHANDISE intended for shipment by this
line will be received free of charge, in the Com
pany'9 new warehouse, and receipts Issued for
same. Insurance on merchandise in the ware
house will be at owners' risk.
WILLIAM O. IRWIX CO.,
PACIFIC MAILSTEAMSHIP CO
PACIFIC MAIL S.S. CO.
For San Francisco
Australia On or about April 12
For Auckland and Sydney :
City of Sydney On or about April IS
Money to Loan
ON GOOD PROPERTY SECURITY, STOC KS
Bonds, ete. Apply to
A ttorney-at-La w ,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts., Honolnln, H.I.
MR. B. F. DILLINGHAM has instructed me to
offer for Private Sale a portion of bis Splendid
On Beret ania and Bingham St.
I Ait No. 1 Is lit feet front and 500 feet deep,
with a Fine House uud out Buildings, Stables.
Carriage House, etc.. upon it. and is the property
lately occupied by Rev J A Cruzan. The House is
comparatively new is in fine order and will be
open for inspection for any person desiring to view
it. The' upr-et price for this splendid piece of
property will be ij'vV.to.
ONE-FOUKT1I CASH, UALANX'E IN 1, 2
AND 3 YEARS, WITH INTEREST
AT 7 TER CENT.
Lot No. 2 is W) ft by 2(H) ft; upset price l,32. 00
Lot No. 3 is -5 ft by 200 ft; upset price 1,300 00
Lot No. 4 is .j ft by 2r0 ft; upset price 1,300 00
Lot No. 5 is 75 ft by iOii ft; upset price 1,200 00
Ixt No. 6 is 75 ft by 200 ft; upset price 1,200 00
Lot No. 7 is so ft by 2i0 ft; upset price 1,000 00
Lot No. s is 80 ft by 200 ft; upset price 1,000 00
Lot No. a Is SO ft by 20 ft. upset price 1,000 00
Aud upon the same terms as for Lot No. 1, so
that payments can be very easily met.
A plan of these lots can be seen at the auction room
The new Traaiway, for which a Charter was
recently granted by the Legislature, will bring
this Property withiu 15 minutes of the Post Office
and will naturally increase it value. We invite
an examination and inspection of those Lots as
they are well situated and very desirable.
E. I3. ADAMS.
17 mar 27-1 m
t TTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUB-
2. LIC. Office with the Attorney General, Alii
olani Hale, Honolulu, H. I. mrlflOS-tt
G. W. Macfarlane & Co.,
Mirrloes, Watson & Co., Glasgow,
- and -; :
John Fowler & Co Leeds,
Have on hand, for immediate delivery,.
ONE TRIPLE EFFECT 6 feet pans. 3,435 square feet of heat
ing surface, with pumping engine complete.
ONE DOUBLE EFFECT 6 feet pans, 2,290 square feet of I eat
ing surface, "with pumping engine complete.
Iron staging for either of the above apparatus.
ONE 26x54 MILL, with engine, gearing, eano and megass carriert
complete; one spare 26x54 roller.
SPAEE PINIONS, wheels and segments for 2t inch mills.
ONE PAIR OF COMPOUND BOILEKS, 6xl9.fi feet and 15.C
feet; complete mountings and spare boiler tubes.
ONE 24 INCH GAUGE LOCOMOTIVE, 6 inch cylinders.
PERMANENT AND PORTABLE RAILROADS, 10 and 14 pound
WESTON CENTRIFUGALS, single and in sets of two and ioui
with Mirrlees, Watson & Co.'s new and improved arrangement of mixer
und framing. Sparc spindles, bushes, pulleys, etc., for centrifugals; cen
trifugal linings, rubber buffers, Helvetia belting, sugar carrying rubber
IRON CANE CARS.
BOGIE CANE CARS.
TIPPING WAGONS, for excavating and road making.
PLANTERS studying economy should inspect the Glasgow Filter
Presses, Cane-top Cutters and Drilling Machines. . . -
G. W. Macfarlane & Co.
Also offer for sale .
Clarifiers, Flat Coolers, Tipping Coolers, Cooler Wagons, Crab Winches,
Chain Blocks to lift 10, 20, 30 and 40 cwt., Bourdon Pressure and
Vacuum Gauges, Rubber Valves for Vacuum Pumps, Steel Sleepers and
Clutch Bolts for Portable Track, Car Springs, Railroad Spikes, Plate
Layers, Spares and Tools, Hammers, Rail Benders, Rail Tongs, Files,
etc., etc., and they would call particular attention to some Saccharometers
and Thermometers, imported specially for boiling-house use.
Also, to a few samples of Iron Fence Railing.
Estimates furnished for any machinery or ironwork on application to
G. W. Macfarlane & Co.,
NO. 7 FORT STREET.
(OppoMta Wilder Jt Co.'(
H. J. Holto, Propr.
OPKX FOX J A. If. TILL 10 P. it
FIRST-CLASS LIXOIES, COFFEE,
TEA, SODA WATER, CIXGEEl ALU
Cigar's and Tobaccos
OF BEST BKANDM
Plain and Fancy PIPES personally selrtd I rom
the Manufacturers, and a Large Variety
of BEST QUALITY
Levers of BILLIARDS will find an Klegaot
smsra i co, mm mn
on the Premises.
The Pioprietor would b pleased to receive a cal
om his Friends and the Public generally
who mar desire a
LVXCII. A SMOKE. OR A CAME OF
AT THE PAUK
IS OPEN EYEltY DAY.
tarTbc only Ken-Hide Resort In tbe
II. J. XOLTE,
Carpenter, No. 31 Alakea Si
WUl attend and cou tract for all kinds of work in
REMOVING, RAISING or REPAIRING old
or new buildings. -
Work to be paid for when complete.
Satisfaction guaranteed, or do pay.
Charges as low aa the lowest in the town.
Post Office box 13-. 29-pto
A REWARD OF f250 WILL BE PAID FOR
Information that will lead to the arrest and
conviction of the party or parties who, oa tb
evenisg of the 2Sth Instant, tampered with the
calling wires of the Hawaiian Bell Telephone.
President'IIawallan Bell TelepbooefCompany.
March 3071383. 37 mar 30-tf
Central. Pari Sialic Elni an
(Corner Betetania and Punchbowl Ktreetsi.
THIS LAIUJR AND OOMMODIOl'4 PLACE
Of amiHtement is now open to the
public EVER V AFTERNOON during the weelc,
and EVERY NIGHT, Wednesday excepted.
Prices reasonable for a flrst-elawi placo. denpral
admission, 2& cents ; children under 5, free. Use
of P.lnlc or private skates, 25 cents.
Commutation ticket good for ten ftdmifi-ionx,
the with rink or private skates, .1 60 j or as ft-nt
for admission and akates. Tickets transferable.
Tuesday and Friday afternoons and nights for
ladles, children that accompany them, and their
escorts. Music each night, composed of best part
of Royal Hawaiian Baud. An the Central i'ark
skates are without tbe obsolete rubber springs
that cause so much strain on the nnkle, the be
ginner learns to skate in half the time, bkfcter
can leave their own private skates In skate
room (at their own risk), where they, will be kept
cleaned, repaired, etc., subject to their order nly.
This Ritk will be under the pfial upervuioii
of tbe proprietor. Any Inattention on the part
of employees should be promptly reported to the
proprietor. Every exertion will be used to lum
thla Rink conducted no ladles can come and enjoy
themselves any afternoon or nigbt ; good order
and polite attention will be maintained at all
hasards. 26-Mar 31 tf
65,000 Feet of
Galvanized Iron Pipe
. "4. 1. IU "d )i inch. '
For sale, ut very low figures, by
JAS. A. HLOJPPKR.
"You'll Find Out.
UARTERLY BILLS DISTKIUCTLI) AXU
Colte-ted, and Book Adjusted by
J. E. WISEMAN. ;
Honolulu's General Business Agent.
S nd your Accounts and Rooks in early.
Vantod to Purchase,
BY J. M. OAT. JR., &
The following No.'sof the Daily Bulletin;
Aug. 2S, 1884.
Jan. 31. 1833.
Sept. 23, 1883,
Oct. f!0, ItSS.
Sept. S, 1683.
"N AND AFTER Till- DATE St. I. OVK
1 be r 0'
J accounts will be r oiere,i vovrsit jnien
of quarterly, as heretofore,
is. J. LfcVtY A K.
Hocalulu, Ft. Sod, 1J!5.
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