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ttoyoivw, SAX i.imi
nuslneai In commercial circle lias litcn tinnioallr
qnlet since nnr lial laane.
Th SfS'k opsriftl np with normy nrathir. iletiylnR
Hie ilsjmrtorr of loral ftfmtr ami prMrntlnR Iris
isn.l amonnt of Inter-lalanil traffic The P M 8 8 City
nf New York, from Hun I'ranclsco, was also rlclareil liy
thu Utr nrtlrnl of the Knrop'sn mails nd by rotiRh
weatlisrftn the pKPinr, anil dl'l not arrive here nntll
lh ercnlng of the .Villi.
The only arrivals nf foretjrn falling teasels arc the
Enrrkftanit Kalakana from Hnn Francisco, with abort
ed carftora, anil the Kra anil Uasilc llarwanl from
The rxporta for Ihf week per Caasanilra for Hone
koiiK, and per J A FalklnlmrR for tho Coast, were nn
Important. On Monday next Mr R V Adams will hold a Hpcclal
Halo at hla room by tinier of II HnekfcM & Co, to cloic
PORT OP HONOLULU.
Dec M-Htm l.lkallkr. fiom Windward
-Hch Ncttlr Mi will, from I.ahalna
27 Am litflnt ' I) Hprcikuln, llsiisen.S. days from
rHch Mannokawal, from Itanani.ialn
!W-Am wh bk Thou I'opc, Millard, from Han Fran
cisco, nnd crulac
P M H H t-'lty of New York. Seabtiry, 9 daya 4
hour from Hnn Finnclscn
-Amtrrn Kra, Paul, T7 day from Humboldt
Dec 31llaw lik Kalnknnn..Ienk, from San Francisco
-Am sch Jnalc lloyward, La llalllstur, from
8lmr Lehna, from liana and Moloknt.
, Htmr Mokolll, from Knolan
CHr.hr llalcnkala. from Kiln.
.Tany I Hlmr O It lllshop, from Kanal,
xtrnr Kllnuta Hon, from Kalinin'.
Sclir Prince, from Kona,
Schr Waliliu, from .Matlko.
Dec SS Oer 8 H Onanilra, Lnngcr, for Ilonrkonff
Htm C It lllsliiip, for Kmial
yi-Htm Llkellkr, for Windward
au-Am bktno .f A Falklnhnr-. for Han Francisco
Aniwb bk Trios Pope. .Millard, for crulso
Htm .Ins Maker, for Knnat
Hell Nettle Merrill, for Lnlmlna
1 M H H Ulty of New York, Heabnry, for Sydney
VofmaI in Port.
tlnwrchr Jnlla A Long
Am bk I O Murray, Karen
Am bk Lady Lampoon, Marstou
Am hk Mohican, llcrry
Hwrdlsh bk llermlne, l.nnni;rcn
Am hktne Rnrnka, Norclbiirjr
Am hk lliiena VIMa, Calhoun
Jalnlt bztne Nlrolaux
Am bjjtnn J IJ Bfm-ckles, Hansen
Am tern Eva, Paul
tin bk Knlakaiin, Jenka
AM sell Uatslt Hayward, I.e Italliatcr
Vcaueln xpeetedntHonolnln, from Foreign
Tlrlt bk Lizzie1 Ircdnle, Mtissop, Liverpool, due T II
llrjt bk Viola, Price, Liverpool, duo Dec S.V.10
tier bk (J F llarndel. Hcbrock, Ilrcmcn,
ii iincKiem v uo, Aenia
(lerbkAtalanta, IlrenjcimlnoFeb !3 'J81W1, Hllnck-
i feld A Co, Alien ta
Tlrft bk Alkrbnw, Talto, (!laj:nw, to rail mljldlo Nov, O
W Macfnrlane & Clo, A;enla
Am bk IMwitrd May, .lohiinon, Jloaton, due April 15,
C llrewer A Co, Amenta
Itrlt bk lllchfljer, Hcnhcmann, London via 8t Michael,
ailed Noy Mth, , Amenta
Ccr 8 8 (Julntn, llongkonir, due Jan 1-5, II Hack-
frld A Co. Afenta
Am tern Compeer, Illrkholm, Port (Iambic, loadlncNov
'21, II llnckfeld it Co, AkciiIh
How bk Kale, Ablborn, llrcmen, to aall In Dec, 11 llnck-
fold Co, Agenta
Ani bklne Monitor, Nelron, Humboldt, loading Nov-
II llackfcld X Co, Agents
Am tern Una,, HiiinboMt, lopdlnR Nov
Haw Initio 8torni Itlril, Teniney, Hutith 8en lalanda,
dun In all Juu, Pienldent 1'o.ird Iiuiulrntlon, Ag't
Haw bctne Pomare, T,lpp, 8 8 Inhuida due In all Jan,
1'rfnldrnt Ilonid liiiiiilrntlon, Aeut
Ilawbk Hawaii, Wiiltnoy, 8 8 lalends due In all Jan,
President Itoird Immlirrntlou, A;ent
Itnlatea ariir Vlylri, Oawlpy, 1'nnnlnes la, due Dec 1." 30:
Til Davler, Aiiut
Am tm Melfoo, C.innln;liam, from llonkon
Am rhr W II Moyei, h.m I'.onclcco, duo Jnn 1-5, C
llrewrr A Co.Aenta
Am bktnn Discovery, PenbAllow han Vianclaco, due
Jan 1-5, II Ilackftlrt A Co Archii
ClilnoKi: i-.nir IIocliunR, Pi terpoii, ban Francisco, due
Jau 1, King Chnnj; A, Co, Agenta
Orr bk Munct, irnii Norway, duo April 1-5, II llackfcld
A Co, AenlM
NiirWelan bk lleta. from Norway, for Mrnli c , Maul,
due March 1-5, II llnck fold ,t Co, Agent
The AmTde'I) O'Murray Is lyliiofl FishMnrl.etwba f
minding the hirlvulof sugar from Windward, to sail for
Hau Francisco during the coming ucek.
Tho Am b"tne J I) Sprcckcls aw U oil from Sn Fran
cisco last Voiidny, t!"j days' paiaagn. She repuns very
hea weather. A man was lost OTerlioard olTKokiilleati.
rihe nasdoiked at tho old Custom Ilouec wharf, whero
alio Is now discharging. She will return to San Francisco
In ubout two weekb.
The Ilrlt bk"Lndy Lampoon la n"tDrewerCo'a wharf
loading for 8an Irunclicu, to sail In about u week or
'The Am bktno Knreka la at the Ksilanade opposite
the Custom House, loading for San I'runclsco, to sail
about next Saturday,
The Am bk Mohican has discharged all of her cargo,
nnd lljioSii Francisco tivdny, neither permitting.
The Ani hk Duena Vlata Is discharging lumber at tho
foot of Fort street. Shu will return to Port Gamble
ubont Wednesday next.
Tho Am turn Km Is discharging lumber sttbo Espla
nade. ' t ,
The Ho Chnug was to s.tll.frora San Francisco on the
!Ud nil. and Is now ncrrly duo.
Tim Haw bk Kalakaua arrived from Ban Fianclaco
From Kahulul, Maul, wo learn that the Am bktnc
Emma Ai 3i.ta, llodaon. sailed .rum that port for Port
Trranfcail Decembir 5JU. In going out sho struck ,he
reef, knocking off considerable of her fnlso keel and
scraped Iho lMiltom pretty badly.
Tho llamschrlilllii, vniiid by A F Cooke nnd others,
of Honolulu, wiix.loHt st KuHnHiac,- Hawaii, early on
tho morning ilf tlte L'llh nit and bcci iuc a (oral loss.
She had anchored close In shoio Ihu nlshl before, io bo
readr to take cuttle on board tnrly In the, morning, but
a gale spnmg.up anddeniy In thu nl'hl and blew her on
to the rocks, itubough sho had three anchora"down at
tho timet Sue was not lnsu.ul.
Tho P M 8 8 C'ty of Now York airlted ..om San
Frnnclsco Thursday afternoon, 9 da)s nnd 4 hours'
)iussage. She roporls very heavy we. ilicr on tho pass
uo down, and lost two men ovciboard.
Tho Am.bk John .MtJIeik made iho run from Hono
lulu to San Frnnclsco, land io land In 10 days.
ThoKila, Iiosorioand.Claiia Spreckala wero loading
at San Fiauclsto December -I.
Arilvei1 San Fianclscoi Dec 1, Am sell W II Meyer,
Jordan, lif.no Nov 5, s, U H 8 Alaska, Dmwp, honcp
Nov 11; H, Am bkUui lllscovoi i, Peiiliallow, honcu.NoT,
1H; PI, Am LCb Claim Sprecl.le-i, Coealua. henca Nv 18;
15, Chinese atm llochnn."'. PcUm son, hence Dec 8', Am
bk 11 W Alniy, Frt'emau. lirnto Nov 13; IS. Am bk J M
Cleik, Conant, ho.ic Dici5; Am bklua Km Tamer,
hencu DeclrArrt icli Rossrlo, l)ou,las, IS daja frcm
Kiihulul. Port lluuiblei Dec I-' Am bk Camden. Cut
ler, hence Nov 25. Victoria. II C: Dec 111, Am tern
Hera, Wjieclnrlht, hence Nov 18.
Itepnrtol brig JokuU. HiwocWels, Ilanacn, Master.
Left San FrancUCo December 2nd. Had strong south,
erly and westerly winds during the nrst live days with a
heavy sea and rough weather; from thence to tat SI N,
lone IN) W. had light SW luda and calms. From Doe
SI to arrival lit this port had strong: westerly uud south
westerly nluds, occaalotially bloIng a galo with heavy
aea, Dec -'f, when off Coco Hind, Andrew Johnson, a
oainaii, wai washed overboard and drowned; all at
trmpU to save him proud fruitless, Uo leaves a wlfo
aid three children.
Report of 1'MHH City of Now York, Scabury.Master
Sailed from Sun FraucUco December -1st ut 4.5 1-. m.
Had a succession of south and toutlincsl gules, with
heavy seat, December 'Jlili, at 2 A. .. shipped a sea
which washed oi crboartl two seamen. Arthur Slinuspu
aiui.Davldbllbery.aud nnsu)'-"-:loit; atorfl In rail
and enctue-iotiiu dmra' ibed away snip's bell and
ventilator. December 30th, first Hue diy slnco leavlut;
. , IMPORTt.
From San Fiancl.co.1-r Joim 1) Sprtckela, Decern
liiTlSllh A W Plvrco it'oi lUpkesmdae.40bblsmets:
W U Irwin A Coi KVi bU wlne,iiO kega lead, 60 bbls
beef, J5 bis and '0 bbls sugar, 575 bb la Hum, 10 pkis
hardwaru; A McWuyuni tliikgs frames; I. ewers &Dlck
t 1 40,07V ft lumber; F It lttdwarili 1 cs whisky; J II
Spreckelst lies colli; lljmaii llrusi ItMcolU rope, lies
From Eureka, per Kva, December nist Wilder A Coi
vrT-J.'i-'l ft lumber, 3 I M shingles, 11XJ ltd wood poits, 1
From Sin Francisco, per Cltv of Nnw York, Decem
liersoth Orlnbaiim A Cot jo bale . cottons, s cs Imtrn
raenls, 16 is cliiarst llyman llrost 6cs indsei Hackfeld
A Coi II ca shlrit, SI bales and 8 ca cottunat llollltier A
Coi 18 is perfumery, tea cljars.Sl camdao; Pickering
A Coi 1 ca mdse; W T Khodesi H chest; Uenlvu,
BeicntttCot 5 csdai-;Tll Havlest Wlai Iron, 50
nuts rlre.tlJ cabrta.l, J cs clothing! 0 Afongt 50 ska
potatoes, kjs; Macfailand A Cot 15 kgs beer: llro
lie, spear A Co; I ca uidso; A W ltlchanUon A Co; 1 is
tthlits. 'J ikva: II alcllivrliv: 1 cs sbtrta. 1 ca randvl
Hollas JL ill It I sks potatoes, '-' cs oacou, tics butter;
H STrrclo. m l!pkrs wiKdens; JT Walerhoutei lActs
i rope, 1 pkg belt
raisins, uci tutise; John Astileyt s els rope, I pkg belt
lnfj Hoard of Kducatluntl; ca pooks; Lowers ,6 Dick-
out 1 1 paper bfis; Phillips A Coi 4 ca cl;ars, il pksta
mdie; !eo ' Wells; 3 es picture framis, -' c lustru
lutnlsiT K Foster; IW bant and Wis Iroii.tW boiler
tubes, I cs hardware; Castle A Cooke i aca dru.'i.H tolls
pipe, Opk nidsat order; lbd sks kiuln, VO, qr sks flour,
Stpkgsiu Hi W 0 Irwin A Cm 1 pkg trees, 1 horse, 3
pk-tsciockenrt tirvwer Coi Wcsrg'rs, 1 bx treasure;
A W Uuslu 4 like i hams. 111 ca fruit, i ca mdse, 4 pkgs
trees; Whitney ItoberUoni 6 ukgs sUttoueryi TU
LA'nriiit .u utrK.
t pkgs iu sc; W U Irwin A Cm 1 pkg
ptfsciockerrt Ilrvwer t'ot Wcarg'ts
X W llusht 4 pkei hams. 111 ca fruit, 3
trees; Whitney ItoberUoni 6 pkgs i
Thru.at 10 pkg stallousryi A llerberi:
Bl'Khleis foiUcadrrgiKKls; ItMaf Cot a pkga
bulter; U Dlck.out lies faucy Kods: O llallASom
8 rjegs platetl ware, cs gla.s; 0 W Macfarlane A Cor V
ti boots and shoes, camdao; Telephone Col 55 bdls
niuaii iv 11.E1 ttiuuiji a iieruerii iv di ujis oeer;
Bl'Khlels t'oiUcadrr goods; 11 Maf Cot Ii pkga
wire; . nresoiicni iw uxs apples, xa nxa oulout, a
boil trees.it 'k itotaloes, 3 pkgs crabs: J 11 blylcti 3
c plaster luista, 3 bdls plaster parli; II ll Uldtni5cs
furniture Ulsligp Ji Cot 15 bxs treasure; 1 pkgi Castle
A t-'ookvl 1 ukgilrcasitru; aud 31 pkgs uidse to Chinese
wa tiiiaVHJt,, ra- .?.sussjs. B'rtlHltn nUnMIr
Ib (uiisu, UouiCatU vilucvJiWi fort li;u aluo, $&(,.
V... a.-.. Us it-,? ...,a. k T..(l.ll. t.. "..-?
Vikp tlnattaarABa.v ILaa Pnatlliil sm 1 l.uAeii Iv a t I. 1 t 1 K
WJth4,ilb tus4i,.'WJ0U lbs r let, tow IU coffee,
aana, 1 cs sauiitcry, I ca lurmluri!. t iron tauks, I cs
seeds, 4 ca ludse, lica drugs, 4 pkjs ludse; Phillips A
Cot It cs indso, ti cs haUi tVrger and TliompMin.apk
niaihlnerv: II Muv& Co KJsks fl'iur'.TII DuviuitTca
2 rs betel Icarcc. Id bncha hinanat Domestic yalne,
V),ul M forelcn TAlni $70 rfl.
Tor Sydney and Anrkland per rily of J?it York,
Drrcmbrr Slat 8-Vil Ilia pnlii, 1 pk coin Domestic
raluo (9ICT. forrljrn talne, '!.
For 8an Kranelppo, per Jane A. Falklnbnrff. Dee !5W
fapt I) .smith, 8 II Ford, Jamta lloblnon, T Prince,
Mra K Miirrell, W O Woolrcy.
From San Francleo, per John D 8preckel, Decem
ber S7lh -John I Sprerkel,wlfeaniltochlldren,MI
Minnie 8lebln, Mrs J M 8 nlth. Katie Hoeck, William
Thomaa. I) Holmes, . m F .Miller. M C Llnd, 11 J
For Hongkong, per CaMftndra, Decemb'r Cth 91
From San Frantlfrn, ncr City of New York, Decem
ber .Hither i:ilU, O llrrnham, Slha riernham, Mrs
Nlckols, 'len C K Fnrloii-, Mrs Jl Tirlnga, J Htman,
Mra 0 ti Harrla, Mlat J .altera. John ItTaelf. Mrs
John hiiall. W Itnatell, John llcylcr.Mlaa llnrbank,
M Siury,T II Ilavlea, Mra K T Smith, M Oreen, Mia
McMnllen. S A Kennedy, Mla Jnhnaon, Mia s A W Say
sen, 8 K Woolaey, J N Oardner. Mla T Anderaon, .1
Shaw, J Moore, J II Tayard, K I, Oranire, H (1 Wilder, II
A t'rnndall, II T Mlllama, I)r .1 II McKfnrlc. C Mnhr,
(' Mnnkhouae. .1 A Law, L llloreh. A Htrahle, M T
Fisher, i: M IlcDade A Flaher, II Morrnti, wife and
tnnrlilMren, Mlaa Y, Chapel, K Lather, T Ilhodes, C
riclnseh, J Hopper, M llroyer, J (Jffle. W CiKjke, A
Jenkena, J A "Worth, B llayhnll, I) 8 Hear, fl N
Wlnrate, T Herbert. A W llson, K A llaser, W llravilon,
J A McColdors, T II Haley, M Hamuiiir, E Anderaon,
and three Chinamen,
For Sydney, per Cltr of New York, December Dial
K flncklcy, wife and three children, A llolatec, M T
Meagher, Peler Paul, F Leater, Ilaron r.lcson. It C
Thorpe, and ona Chinaman,
lit'ltKK-In Sail Franclco. December .1RW), I.rcr A
IIuiikr, aed!t7 years, aliler of J.ra. J. M. Oat, Jr. of
O'llltlliN-In San Francisco, Dec II, lSO, .Tonic II.
O'HniBM, aged M years Deceased had resided In this
city for tho past six years, where be had many friends,
nnd bad rr cently iiuderlaken the trip to Sju Francisco
In the vain hope of Improving his hcaLh,
KVKKKTT In this city, Dec. S8lh,of Consnmptlnn,
Ktiwaitn Kvriirtt, aged 41 years nud 5 months.
THE SATURDAY PRESS
Published for His Satuiiiiat Piikss Association by
Book, Job and (lenerat Printer,
Honolulu, II I.
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HO. SATUntlAT PlILSS '
JAMJAR' 1, 1881.
Thk llritiflli Cmnminflioncr linn notiflod tho
Minister of Foreign AITairs of Karl Qranvillo'B
approval of tho cotirno pursued by him (Mr.
Wodehouso), in tho Moreno nfJfnlr.
No fnrthor notice is to ho tnkon of (his mat
ter by tlio Hritish Oovcrnnicnt, which Becnis
to luvo justly como to tho conclusion that it
was a htmglo of boiiio " beggar on liorHcbnck. "
Our contemporary who pronounced tho tlirco
IJoprcBontntivcH as "obnoxious, " their action
" insulting, " and censitro by thoir own (lov
ornmcntHnsHtiiod, aro a littlo way out of thoir
reckoning. On tho othor hand, it was writ
ten that when censitro foil, it would not
bo on tho heads of Iho Rcproscnt.il ives, nnd so
it lias proved, as far as Washington and Lon
don aro concerned Paris has yet to bo hc.ird
Tun year 1880 has passed away, not with
out claims to bo called a romarkablo year in
this Kingdom. The biennial legislative assem
bly closed its session on tho 11th of AugiiBt.
It seemed aB if, at least during a part of tlio
time, whon this houso was sitting, thero.wns,
a porfoct mania for voting away public money,
with or without reason, A vote for nn utterly
unnecessary loan of 810,000,000 was thrown
out by a narrow majority, from a numerical
point of view, though an inspection of tho
division lists bIiow that all tho wealth and in
telligence of tho country woro opposed to so
preposterous a notion. Tho King resolutely
vetoed tho Kum and Opium bills and tho ap-'
probation of the wholo country rewards him
for so doing. Tho voto for the 6tatuc of Ka
mehamoha I. wo do not object to, though tho
childish appropriation for tlio distribution of
photographs (framod and gla7cd by amend
ment) throw nn air of ridicule over tho more
loasonablo part of the undertaking. Towards
the oloso of tho session several silly little bills
woro hurriedly passed. That of f 10,000 for
coronation purposes, $3,000 for ascortaiuing
pedigroes of certain chiefs, another for tho
education of Hawaiian youths abroad, do not
rcfloct any credit on tho wisdom of tho ITouso.
The Grst, because if it bo a national necessity,
which we venture to question, is altogether
Inadequate to n dignified carrying out of its
object ; the socond, becauso it is iinpracticublo
nnd unnecessary, and tho third, by tho light
of subsequent events, condemns itself.
Borne ton days boforo tho prorogation a voto
of " Want of Confidcnco " iu tho Ministry was
after much hesitation and well management
laid before the Houso aud defeated by 32 to
10. Novortlioloas a few days only olupaed,
when tho Ministry was ojocted from office ami
a now one formed under tho Prcmiciship of
Mr. DubIi. An adventurer, Moreno, of whom
we have heard too much already was entrust
ed with tho Portfolio of Foreign affairs, and
Foreign afl'uirs at onco wore brought to a dead
lock, as far as tlio tlirio gtcat powers were
concerned. Moreno wus forced from ofllco by
tho weight of public opinion and Mr. Bush
was appointed Io administer (hat department
in addition to'Jua own tho Interior. Then
came a scries of ovents unparallelled in Ha
waiian history and such as wo liopo never to
see repeated. Tho stranger, Moreno, though
compoljed to reiign office in Iho Cabinet, wus
at once-entrusted with vory considerable, and
till worso, yaguo uml ill-defined diplomatic
powers, and sent oil to visit tho capitals of
thoao countries, several of which hud been,
at his instigation, wantonly insulted. He also
obtained a considerable sum of public money
aud tho guardianship of two Hawaiian youths to
bo educated aliruiiuuiidor his supervision, and
a member of tho lecmit Legislature wus jobbed
into thu group, us another " Youth," ,of eight
and twerity .or thereabouts. Then caiiin (ho
Luzarua job, tho Mulokai mutton job, tho !(-
reriiser Joyulty job, uud who can toll what
lso was In store for us ?
Capiial wus nhiriued, intelligence disgusted,
aud pattiotiam disunited. All this limy the
ubalduod papers strovo to uphold the exist
ing staio of uffahs, Those, ourselves in particu
lar, who insisted on pointing out tho (lungers
of tho couroo so recklessly pursued wero rev
iled as rebols, trailers, uud what not wo for
get half tl)o choice epithets bestowed upon us
, publio in. clings woro condemnod, studi
ously moderate lesoltitions, respectfully pre
sented, were by Iho sumo papers stigmatized,
as " insolent uml arrogant " uud tho natives
wero told that tho King's piorogativo waa en
croached upon. Still tho tork wont on; thu
Board of Health was destroyed and u new one
of "intelligent laymen" substituted. Tho
physicluu in charge of tho lepers at Molokat
was removed, though notably the most uble
and suitable man available, and, after an in
terval, a gentleman poscsied of no sort of
2c!fil fitiieM wan appointed. At length pub.
lie opinion spoko iu terms too plainly to be mis
understood. Still an attempt was mado to
bolster up u thoroughly incapable, and vicious
uiiuiitry, by tlio importation of some out tuiu-
Inter In wliom tlio ittl)lio had confidence, nnd !
who was probably looked upon ns a com en
iont cats-paw and scape-goat when tho timo
Mr. Oreen was sent for, and consented to
take ofiice, hut a few hours inspection of Iho
documents left by his predecessor in ofllco
caused him immediately to resign, nnd tho
wlible crew had to follow ain't. X ministry
under tho Premiership of Mr. W. I,. Orcon
was now formed of men w oil known to nnd
trusted by tho public, and congratulations
poured in from all tho Islands of tho group.
Tho first wot k tho new minisloi shad to under
take was to rectify, as far as possible, tho
ovil worked in bo short n timo by tho outgoing
officials, Tho telegraph was employed from
Salt Francisco to Washington, London, and
Paris, to stop tho miRchlcf Bet on foot by tho
ltitsh-Morcno btlnglc, jobs notyot contumma
led were promply ignored, and in n flhort time
matters wero in a fair way of resuming their
wonted tranquillity, and have since been car
ried on carefully and intelligently. Such is
tho political history of tho year 1880. Immi
gration has gbno on frooly, efforts nro still ho
ing made toimprovo tho snttitary condition nf
tho town, street mending, nnd road making is
pressed on, buildings, public and private, aro
going tip iu all directions. Sovoral enterpris
ing gentlemen hivo invosted largo sums in
sinking ArtCBinti wells, for tho most pait with
notable success. Tho tclcphono has bcLotno n
recognized necessity, n railway is already
constructed and at work in Maui, nnd tho
Hon. S. Q. Wilder has gono to tho coast to
make arrangements for a lino in Kohnla, Ha
waii. Thoro nro now sovoii Inter-island
Bloomers including tho Kapiohmt tug. A wiro
tramway is working nt Kcalin, Knti.ti. His
Majesty tho King after a pleasant visit to Ha
waii has gono for a tour in Katiui, and cou
tomplates undertaking a prolonged foreign
Tlio groat Volcano in Hawaii commenced a
most tremendous outbreak early in November,
nnd sovoral great stroams of lava ilowod iu
differout directions down tho mountain sido;
owing however to tho great streams having
followed tlio courses of formor lions, no lives
havo been lost and but littlo valuable land
buried ; ono Btroam is still progressing slug
gishly, lilt no apprehensions of dangor nro
Tho want of labor is still severely felt, both
in houso aud plantation work. Notwithstand
ing largo nrrivnls of Ohineso and other immi
grants, wages aro kept up at rates almost
ruinous to employers.
A caso of Hinall-pox wan brought down by
tho Australia, and onorgotin ntopi wero takon
by tho Qovoriituont and Hoard of Health to
provcut its sproad wo boliovo wo may now
Bay successfully. All tho medical men havo
boon busy in vaccinaiing as far as tho supply
of vaccine mattor enabled them to do so. Tho
fact that in ovory caso amongst tho South Sea
Islanders tho operation was successful proves
how Miscoptihlo to contagion thoy aro.
Another caso was discovered which had
beon coucoalcd on board Iho Canamlra, un
known to hor captain,' and tho sufferer was
landed, convalescent, in tho dead o( tho night
and hidden away iu a crowded part of tho city,
Tho polico cot wind of it and succeeded in
finding the patiout, a lad of thirteen years of
ago, and ho and his fatlior havo been sent off to
tho hospital on tho roef, and wo can only earn
estly hope- that tho pest may be stayed with
out spreading abroad.
May tho coming year bo tranquil nnd fruit
ful of all good. Wo hope to contribute to this
end as far aB lies in our power.
Thk STKAMint Cmmndm has been allowed
to sail for China, Messrs. llnckfeld & Co., tho
ngonts having undertaken a bond to tho extent
of $5000 for payment of expenses that may bo
incurred by tho Board of Health for tho next
four months, in cotiscquonco of tho smuggling
on shore of a small-pox patient, capable of dis
seminating tho disease. Wo cannot exculpato
tho captain of the Cassandra, though ho no
doubt speaks tho truth whon ho Bay ho knew
nothing of tho caso or of its conccalmoiit. We
say ho ought to havo known of tho attempt
and frustrated it. Kvory emigrant ship, es
pecially those carrying largo nuinbois of low
class Chiueso should bo most sciupuloitsly in
spected by hur officers daily, and tho emigrants
themselves mustered and inspected, ut least
tioicc or thrice a wook. Hero wo huvo u youth
of thirteen who complains of boing ill on the
third day out, and his ailment is iccoguizablo
ns small-pox three days later. What happens
then ? Tho Chinese doctor takes tho boy. locks
him up in his own cabin, nnd succeeds in keep
ing captain and o dicers ignorant of what is go
ing on. On urrivul ut this port, moro tllu'll a
fortnight Inter, tho Captain is still deceived,
and to tho repeated questions of tho pilot ou
Bwets, "no sickness on board." Nor ia this
the end ; snmo days after arrival, and tho land
ing of tho bulk of tlio passengers, this -youth
is, smuggled on shore ut iiqduight uud con
veyed to a lodging in a populous quarter of
the town, Tho polico having got hold of boiiio
portion of tho facts, endeavor to find tho hid
ing pluco, and uro inislod ns fat us possible by
iho Chincso (so-culled) doctors. Putienco and
porsovorauca however result iu the discovery
of tho Hick boy, but six bundled and forty ful-low-piissengon
nro at largo amongst us. The
stniy is not u nice one. It ccitiiiuly argues
uoglect of propor supervision and inspection
on board tho ship, and as io tho local officials,
if a boy of thirteen, ill with small-pox could
bo clandestinely lutidod, why Botany quantity
of opium, or any oilier kin4of smuggled
goods? Wo wuro juat congratulating ono
auothor on our eevape from infection by the
Australia whou auothor patient is landed
amongst us, owing to the criminal conccalmoiit
practised by tho Chinese and the negligence of
the captain of tho ship, ami Iho watch on iho
wharf. Although iheso officials were succes.
fully hoodwinked, wo have good reason for be
lioving that nil the facts of tho case wero
known Io every Chinaman in. Honolulu,
On the arrivul of the City of Ario York the
Port Physician boarded hur, and not only
asked questions of the officers, but ttalisfled
himself by personal inspection that there was
no contagious desease aboard.
In order to hasten this inspection and free
the pnssoiigom iih early as possible, u second
plosiciau was placed ut tho Quuranlinu, Sta
tion and the steerngo passengers landed there,
inspected aud dliiuUicd u& speedily as possi
ble; thus the wholo number wero free by
nightfall, aud before dininiwal the iiamo and
proposed address of every passenger, cabin
and ttxerago alike, woro taken by the police
authorities, und all signed their nnm to a
paiHir, "promising to submit theuisolvea . to the
regulations of the Hoard of Health, end to
report themselves daily to the Port I'hyiiciuu
or other authorized hy tho Hoard, tintil ro
leased from Ihcso conditions by proper author
ity. Thus tho community may havo ovory
rcasoji for confidcnco that wo run no risk of
small-por at all events by tho Ctbj of -iVeio
Tun )rr of Wednesday Inst recommends
tho appointment of a President of tho Hoard
of Health whoBhall dovoto his whole timo and
nttontloii to hygienic work, nnd that this of
ficial should havo a scat in tho Cabinet with n
distinct portfolio of Public Health nnd ho
Now it scorns to us obMOUB that no layman,
howover intelligent, would bo fit for tho post.
Of cottrso nn able, cneigotic man might bo
found to do tho administrative part of tho
work, but ho would lo obliged, like tho present
Hoard, to bo perpetually consulting and nsking
ndviro nnd guidance from the profession. This
must bo cither begged for gratuitously or paid
for handsomely; in either caso n bungling
method of arriving at a scientific solution of
the questions which would como under liis
If it ho possible, which wo doubt, to por
sitndo any thoroughly qualified physician to
give up lila entire practice and to dovoto his
wholo time to the headships of nn Uxcctllivo
Dopattmcnl, evclithcll wo should condemn tho
Bchcmu as needlessly cxponsivo and iu overy
way ituwiso. To dovoto $0000 n yoar to ro
dtico tho usefulness (of ono who ought tn bn)
tho foremost physician of tho Kingdom, to Its
smallest sphere, to let him to do tho work of
which nine-tenths could bo better dono by n
clork, and tho other tenth by tho Minister of
tho Interior, docs not recommend itself to our
senso of tho fitness of things. On tho othor hnnd,
a layman would bo wholly dopondatitTJii tho
profession, nnd should n difference of opinion
nrise, a mlstako bo mado, or an epidemic ap
pear, tho " Minister of Public Health " would
infallibly scok to exonerate himself at tho ex
pense of his mcdical advisers. Wo do not know
if any wottld-bo Minister is inspiring this sug
gestion, hut wo condemn it nltogethor, as a
specimen akin to thntcrudoncss of idea, which
recommended a Leper Hospital iu Honolulu,
and a traveling Inspector fur nil tho rest of
We notico with rogret tho farewell nddrcss
of Mr. Hurlwoll to tho readers of tho Gntette,
Tho management of that paper in his hands
wns beneficial to tho wholo community, espec
ially so to his brother editors. Wo think wo
aiu not wrong iu stating that within tho last
twclvo months, tho tono of tho wholo Hawaii
an Press has been raised ; vulgarities which
too ficqiicntly had como out as part ol each
weekly isauc, havo disappeared. Public
quostions havo been dobatod calmly nnd inde
pendently, in uiodernto language, not defaced
by virulcnco or invective. Many important
matters havo been discussed iu a fair, impar
tial manner, and during tho uneasiness of tho
Bocinl and political atmosphere under tho rulo
of adventurers, much good was accomplished
by tho uptight, outspeaking ol' Iho Staff of tho
Oazette, which drow towards them correspond
ents of tho snmo mind. Wo hopo that under
tho now editorship wo may bo ablo to co-op-orato
cordially with tho Gazette, though of
cotiiso our lino is independent nnd if wo boo
things in tho same, or in a different light, we
shall say bo Mcanwhilo Aloha and n hap
py now year to tho retiring o'dilor.
The Pi M. S. S. Go's, ship Citu af W-.n Vm-H-arrived
on Thursday afternoon, four days bo
lliud 'hnnd, having been detuincd two dnys
awaiting the European -mid Eastern mails,
and held back by bad weather two daye, from
San Francisco. On tho 22nd n hoavy sea
struck the ship, washed overboard two bo.i
meu, Aithur Simpson, and David Silbory, who
woro lost, nud ono quarter boat, stovo in tho
mil nnd engino rooln doors, and washed away
tho ship's boll and n ventilator. Hor passen
ger list numbers upward of sixty, among
whqm wo sco tho Hon. S. Q. Wilder and Theo.
H. Davios, Esq, Oupt. Scabury is still in
command, Cnpt. Cobb having takon a turn on
tho Japan and China routo. The Soythia, ono
of tho Canard's best .hips, was fourteen days
in crossing the Atlantic.
Wo givo a synopsis of tho nows elsewhere.
The disturbed statu of Ireland seems to bo tho
most prominent subject.
Wk gladly accept and heartily renpond to
tho compliments of tho season tcndoied by-tho
AdvertUrr to all brother Editors, aud their
TOPICS OFTHE DAY.
Of the Chinamen who arrived hero by tho
Cassandra boiuo two hundred only nre known
to havo taken engagements through Messrs.
Hackfeld, Tho romaittdor of her 010 nro in
or about Honolulu, uiirccoguizuhlo, unem
ployed, but bout on kcoping up the prico of
Tin-. China Morchants now steamer Mai-Foo
is expected to arrive to-day ( Saturday ).
Should she como hero under tho American
flag, sho will return direct to China, but if
uiuior tho Chiueso colors, which is moro prob
able, sho will proceed to San Francisco, after
a short stay bore.
W havo just recoived by tho City of 2ftm
York, too Into for un extended notico, nn
ndvunco copy of a new volume entitled,
" Honolulu Sketches of Life in tho Hawaiian
Islands," from the pen of Mrs. Laura F. Jitdd,
mother of Albert F, Judd, First Associate
Justice of thu Supreme Ooitrt. It is neither n
history nor n book of travel, but a narrative of
personal recollections' of tho author, from 1828
to 1601. A husty glapco at tho contents of
the book interested us so that wo wero loth
to louvu it. It is instructive and written in
an entertaining ntuimer. The reader is wop
ried with no long uccount of tin uninteresting
ocean journey but tho narrative begins with
tho first sentence as follows, nod uaptlvatus
the heart of tho reader: ' Hlght beforo us,
up in tho clouds, and apparently distant but u
stones throw, uppcars spot of beautiful,
deop.LKio, intermingled with dueling while.
It is land 7 the snowcapped summit of
Muuua Kcu, on tho island ot Hawaii
Thk lliahop of Honolulu has put forth an
urgent uppeal to nil members of the Anglican
Church, "uud all others who are interested in
" the erection of a sacred edifice of that sub
' atuiitlat aud dignified character whicjt will
" bo iu keeping with tho jrrowiug importance
"of tho City of Honolulu.
The subscription list already published is
headed by the nsiue of Ills Majesty tho King
lor no less liberal a sum than 1,000, H.M,.
the Queen follow with a similar amount, tho
Dowager Queen Kuium the ssuie, tho Chief
Justice tho same, the Bishop the same, und
fivo of our principal morchants havo sub
scribed each 1,000, each sum payable within
from two to five yosr.
It, is a juisuko, only too prevalent, to repre
sent the 'proposed bailding ss too large, or
overloaded with unnecessary ornamentation.
The fact i;tltt iBtbe recently modified
designs', cxpeuse' has beeu cursfully avoided,
tho length of tho wholo odifico from eastern
apsis to western porch being 171 fcot.
The Btono for tho walla has been g-sncroitsly
given by Jin, Campbell, Ksq. Their Majes
ties tho King, tlio Queen, ntul Iho Queen Dow
ager, luivo most liberally stibsctlbcd, nnd wo
hopo that their examples nud thoso of tho
merchants who have promised equally hand
somo donations (not all tticmbcrs of tho Angli
can Church) may bo followed by tho largo
number of cilWen of Honolulu, who nro
always rendy to give to a good cause, without
boing deterred by sectarian differences,
Thp. now yacht Livadia, built by Messrs.
Elder & Co., fur Iho Hmporor of ltttssia has
just reached Fcrrol, in Spain, having encount
ered n hoavy gale in crossing tho bay of
lliscny. This extraordinary vessel wns de
signed by Admiral Popoff, tho inventor of tho
circular ironclads iu tho Hussion navy, called
nftor him Popoffkas. Sho rcsombles something
liko the hull of a ship built on n hollow fabric
oval in section, both vertically nnd horizon
tally, sotucwimt liko two elongated saucers
or dishes placed edgo to edge, ono being In
verted nnd fitting on tho top of tho other. She
is driven by thrco serous, and with a dis
placement of 1120 tons, mado on the measured
milo n mean speed of to, 80 knots, with a draft
of only seven feet. Of hor behavior at Boa, Sir
P.. J. Heed, M, P., Into chief constructor to tho
llritish navy who went out in hor, writes to
tho 'Jimtt, " I must sny a few wnuls upon tho
behavior nt sea of this remarkable vessel.
Iu several articles that havo nppoarcd hi jour
columns of late the public. Imuilnvn ml vlfled not to
oxpect too much from tho sen-going performances
of tlio l.trmltii. Hor citromo li.o.litnrAS of strueturo
has been txiiuteil out, mill tho probability of tier
sustaining heavy shocks and great vibration lias
been mentioned. On tho llthiif July jou said,
" when waves aro encountered nt hlt-li siiecd, nnil
tho speed of tlioonromlng waves is virtually milled
to that of Iho fillip, thu qualitlisof ttio J.i'iiiitln will
probably 1m put to by far tho most serious tests thnt
await thorn, -' This prediction has boon literally
fulfilled on our passagu across tho bay of llisony.
It was Alio y1ioii va loft llrost, but wo had
been only a fow hours at soa whon tlio barometer
began to fall and bail weather sot in. It would
have bceu prudent, jierhaps, to have put back into
llrost, considering tho icry light draught of our
ship and the towering heights of deck palaces
which nro piled upon hor lightly-built upper dock,
lint thu Grand Duke Constantino, the I.ord High
Admiral of ltussia, was on board, nnd considered
the jHrlunlty nf thoroughly testing tlio vessel
too line a ono to be lost, nnd wo consequently
steamed away into tho vory tooth of a bay of Itls
caygalo, which steadily grow nii.nrier nnd wildor.
Thu actual rolling and pitching of tho Lit ml ia at
tho height nf tho galo was exceedingly small, noier
exceeding 4- nir ino single roil, or vu lor tlio
double roll, orfio for tho forward pitch, nnd tl
f6r tho doublo pitch, so to seak. This horizontal
steadiness wan most rcmarknbln, and, while in vory
ngreoablo contrast with my uxperiences of tho Inst
thrco jcarsatBon inordinary shijw, was full of
significance ns regards thu lsis.siblo stoadiness of
gun platforms in ships of war.
Whon wo at luugth had crossed tho Hay nnd got
out of tho galo, aud steamed iulo Fcrrol, not tho
slightest damage of any description had been
suslniued (with nil .exception to bo mentioned
hereafter), either to tho vessel or to her boats,
palaces, furniture, crockery, or anything whnt
ovur. The diuurr.tnblo was laid, tho cnndolabrn
stood upon it, nnd tho mo..ls woro soricd through
out tlio voyage, eion during tho storm of Wednes
day evening, exactly ns if tho vchmiI had been at
anchor iu port. Tho broad colored gallery which
oxtends nil round tho oj,on deck wiisnovor reached
by tho son, audit was only during tho worst of
tho woathor that even spray invaded it. With n
vossel of such very light draught (7 feet) in such n
galo, nmt witu Rticn mgli nud lumpy wn'
blows of tho sea under tho Hat bottom
ligh nnd lumpy waves, the
er tlio llnl bottom wore at
times tremendous; but tho cotilldenco of the
Grand Duke in refusing to turn back wns justi
fied, uud both Admiral Sir Houston Stewart, tho
Controller of tho Navy, who wns on board, nnd
myself nro indebted to his Imperial llioJmcKs for
n most instruetivo piece of sea experience. Snilor
ns Sir Houston is, nnd intimate with tho latest
forms nnd details of naval construction, it wns
impossible, nevertheless, for hint not to profit by
this vijry exceptional voyago on this vory excep
Koforn entering Forrol, ono of tho small com
partments forward was found to bo filled with
wnter, nnd it was soon discovered that ono of tho
bow plates had beeu stovo iu, and tho plates in
thu neighborhood strained nnd mado leaky. My
own first impression was that tho cellular bow
had yielded to tho direct impact of the son during
ono of tho most violent of the shocks which wore
felt ; but a closo inspection of the injuries led u
to tho conclusion that tho bow bad beon struck by
SOlUQ Ijoatinu wrnnVaflo. Wo a now telninjinllly
repairing the dainngo, for which, .owing to hor
cxtremo subdivision into watertight compart
rnonts, tho vessel is but little tho worse. I will
reservu for n fnturo occasion, should it arise, my
views of thu lessons to be learnt and tho infer
ences to bo drawn fiom tho bb.i performances of
tho Lhadia. Tho Lit mi in is still nt Forrol."
Colso Caisar Moreno1, an Italian ndvepturor;
wlio long ago offored to Louis Napoleon an isl
and of noarly solid gold in'tho South Pacific,
and who has been intorostod in many schemes
which novor mot fruition, ,has arrived nt
Washington nnd preferred charges against
Minister Comly, of tho Sandwich Islands,
Moreno had been selected by King Kalakaua,
in a weak moment, us his Ministur of Foreign
Affairs. Prcssuro resulted in Moreno's dis
missal, on Minister Comly's recommendation,
Moreno's charges havo fallen on sterile ground.
Secretary Evarts has declined to rccognizo
him as an accredited representative of the Ha
waiian government or to tuko cognizuueu of
tho matters of grievance to which he desires
to call the attention of tho Stato Oopuitinuut.
Mr. Evarts holds that any communication
from the Hawaiian government should bo
mado through the Minister Plenipotentiary
bore, Elisha II. Allen, to insure ofiicial atten
tion uud recognition. American l'lcporter.
From lite Sydney lhiiUj Telegraph, June 2, 1880.)
Tho Wulf'tim Wutch Company havo been awanK'il tho
only golil nudal chen for watihcs at tho Sydney I liter
niitioual Inhibition, anil aro thu only uxhlliltori In any
clius from the United Mates vthu have recch id this
1 Hole Aent for tho lliiwallnn Islands.
PAItTIRN IIAVINlJ VI.AIMN A4MINNTIll
uiiderslKiicdwIII plejse present tho sumo within DO
ilujs from date tu A. , Hush, or to
II. COUNWELL, Wnll.apu.
December 21, 1880. 18 IM I in
NEW HOOKS JUST RKGKIVJSD.
Soiinluln. Hkotchcs of Llfo to tho IlanalUu III;
y by Laurn Klh Judd,
UuLoatou Truck in Japaxt
Ulid. Two oluuius prlco 41.7.1, at
by Isabella V.
THUS. U. TIIUU.M'H Port Ht. Store.
Notico of Meeting of Stockholders of Wal
hfo Sugar Coiupmiv.
A1I1SKTJNG OF THK STOCK
hnblcrs of thu Wnlhtu rjugar Comptny will be
held nt Ihu Ulllco nf thu Company, at Wullice, Hutil, on
Holiday, January 17th, 1ML Hy dlrcctiou of lUn Presi
dent ot tho Coiupuny. A. A, COUKI'KNKY,
Secretary 1alhea Hacr Company.
Walhce. Maul. Di-ccmbur Jl'.li, 1MV1. la ml
OM INII TO 1'IIK IMt'RKANKD
IhIlb of horso-slioelni; and ndrantc
iu horse leed. ulsu thu Uovernmeiit
"PreiMilatloii for horses vinrairiMl tndrav-
Inu loxulu u slow walk, the undersigned Is compelled
tulucreas. thu rules ot draylui; to 3711 cents per tun for
KHiiorfl laeichaiidlse, coul, wood, lumber. Iron, bricks,
Ac, to bo churned acturdtiii; to tcrtcuuut,
0, 1 WAIID.
January 1. 1881. BIM la t
25,000 (jSuIn. Oak Oiisks. Hourly now,
EX J, D, UI'ltCOiiKLtl.
75 Bbls Men Beef.
50 do. Prime Mess Pork.
18 It tj.lt W.U I It MIX J. .
SEIBERT'S AUTOMATIC STEAM
FOIl MALK 11 V TUB
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO
This little apparatus oils thu cylinder constantly and
Perfectly. He little till U used tbit a saving of nit and
near v(iil lo four tltma'.s y.ot may bo itKclul u uiio
Pint Slzs, $43, Half Pint Size, $30.
-1- Imiusi ahnolliteil bv the Court as Administrator nf
the Katalf of Charles Lonj, deased. reijunts nil par
ties Indebted Io the Kttate, tu luske liumedlato payuieot
and all parties havlns clalois against llm said fcstau tq
prtauut Ihrm fur settleweul lu lh uuderslcueti sillblu
six mouths from dale or they will bo forever haired.
V. A. bCIIAEKKIt,
Aduilulstrator of trie estnle of Ciua. I'u, defeased.
Iluuolulu, Nuivmbcr 1st, leoU, UTT 11 Jut
Nnllrp of Dissolution of Co'l'itrlnpr.shlp.
Torit'i', ts iii:iii:itv tinl: TMATiitr.
JL.1 co-pmluerslilp between Mrs I, I' Dickson 'r the
Katntp of J. tl Dickson. II I.enors nml I' M I'rmkoiin
Orr the Arm niunc of Lewera A Divkson, Is this itity ills
solrc'l lir niiilnsl consent
All ilpfits owlns I tlio snlil firm will be collected, nml
nil llnblllt'c will lit n- ' il liynnitairrssanns,
'All.il' 1 1 iHON,
Kor ilio KiMe of. I u, Dickson,
Ilonolnln, Jnnunrr 1, ltsi, 19
Notice orcimngo or Ol'nrliiorslilp.
U..iNj I'ttiiciMMiui tim: i.Nrr.iir.Hr
of the Into J. (I Dlckaon In tlio firm nf .Mea,,
I.ewprs.V Dickson, notice Is lurclijr alien It. Lowers
nml t' !. t'ooke will continue II e blisiiipaa of Denlers
In Lumber Ami IltiililhiK .Mnlerlnls. mol r Hip nun lisme
of bowers nml Cooke. ItOIH'.IlT I.IIWJMIH,
.18 U. .M.L.OK1..
THE COLLEGE 0FST, LOUIS
COMMERCIAL & BUSINESS ACADEMY,
HONOLULU, OAHU, H. I.
rpilIS INSTITUTION- Itr.lN'O H13-
JL mole fiom elljr nHiircincnta, Is nn acknowledged
anfciiisnl for niornls fur snliiotlty of cllmnto. Is tuirl
vnlleil. Tin" bnllilliiRs nro hrc,p mnl cominoilloiis, wlillo
the gronmla niTonl tlio pupils oppontinlllcs for lienllh
llnrrmlitlns (Mention will bo Riven In Hip lntellrclu.il
nml mornl ciilliup nf tint punlls, Nnn.t'nlliol'c pupils
will be f.ie In nttcml Hip iclljlons uxerrlaes or no,, nc
Corillnif ns their ppreiits f r rii'nrillnn tnnj ilpalip,
I'nplla nro recelreil nt nnjr llnipilnilnt die yenr. No
rpiliicllon will bo ninilo fnini lpiil. clmrtra, except for
nbPiicp cniisil bjr prtiirflcteil II a s.
Nn leavo of tibaence iltuliii Hip acholnaUe yrir, except
at Hip (Jiillese vacations or lir speclnl ieinilsslon.
Kncli pupil most on enter'n t obtain one anil of iint
fnrnii which with HI oilier licepsn y do hint, Ac., Ac,
will bo fiirnlalieil nt inniteiritP coat or I lis (.'ollpjPt lint
nonont tlieso will bo proililnl by Ilic Colic 'o linlcas by
Payments nre to bo msile. rpmncrly, nnil Invariably
TliPcotiraoof slnilr Is Classic I, Scientific nnil Com
tncrelnl; Lntln, (Ireek, I'ri'.'itii, Npnnl.li, tier,, inn nml
II I In n nro Iruglil.
Piirtleiitar nltptitlon will lip nnlil In llm llnifltab I.nn
cnnso In nil I. a brnncliea. I.llern lire, l'nrp nnil Mlxeil
.Miitlii'insllcs, lllatory, (lcni;rnpliy, Chctnls ry nml Nnt
uml Philosophy, ,lc.
For llonnl, Loilfflnc, Tuition nnil Wnsliln", per
Hcliolntlc Ycnr con (J
Kntrnti'p fee Id ft)
Vncntlon nt CoIIp p til t I
.Music, locnl nmi Instrumental, Drawing nml Modem
DAY I'UI'Il.S-rlrnlnr Class $r,0 C)
Junior CI. ss.. 40 (J
TIip Hcliolnsllc Year co iststs of two Healons, each
comprising u pcrloil nf live months. Tho first spsalon
commences on tlipiMtli of Aii"iiti iho sccoail on tho
" ii in , nonary.
I'or nil nnd further iinrtlculnrs, npply to
HKV. W. J. LAItlvI.V
I Ilerclanln st.
Evening School Department of HI. Louis
The I'resldent lin decided to Include this branch In
Ihu curriculum of the Colle-.-e.
Its object lalonlTord nil clnsscs of tlio crmmunlty the
menus nf acquiring n Iheontlcnl nnd prncllcnl knnwl
01120 nf nil commercial nnd business transactions In
dsily use; and nlso tnglw'nu Insight Into iho worklncs
nud nppllcnllnn of the dlm-renl Tunics, which It Is so
csciit!nl 'o do In thesp Islnuds.
Tho Theoretlcnl I rnnrh nlll lip under tho supervision
f the I'refli'ent nud Professors of the Collars. The
1'rnctlcnl nnd most Imporiniit llr.inch "III bo "specially
nttPiidrd Io by Milumrers from the vnilons innafer nrtl
nns ninoni; us, ho have kludly nnd uenerot'sly prom
ised thoir sirvlces tiittilsiisei'iitniid tnliinblutntprprlso.
They will, nllerniili'ly, devoip linlf nn hourench eien
Ine to tho tnsk nf liupiirtliij; knonledo to tho students.
All the Implements necessary to r. ch triide, nnil In Ag
riculture, will bo furnished by .ho ColltRo.
Knell mnster-nrti7nn, whllo connectiil with tho Col
legp. will bo eutltletl Io tinmo one rree-Llfo-Hcholnrshlp
in l lir privui"c or nils l.wu in; mciiooi lie iiriiiieni,
TnitMH-Kueh sludent ner week. Wlcts.
Hcliiwl will open nt 7 n'lock p. in.
Brnn nnd Oatn-
X I.AIJ'V l.A.lir.altlN," THIN PAT.
(738) huj,m;m x un.
JUST LANDED FROM THE "MOHICAN'
Of tho Fnvorito
Autonintifi Shoot InRio costH nb:mt tho
Now Music enn bo ordered nt nny timo.
Stylo "A" costsonly
$12, nnd plnys tho namo
kind of music ns Stylo
3 fSyaaSjifljL a
'Jpfea5siLMjto:,i'.j'i') jjili JiJiil1 tf'lftBRWflbB
Issnjsr I" iwiP.
BSSSSSSISSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSJBJSflUSTrU ly ISSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSH
SSSSSSSSJSBWJSjat'S?BSjasfaagyajiwyMMMi)t jai bkkkkkkkkkkkh
jffii 'nlHBHslslHsfltl filsiliLi y)
Thoso Instruments roprosont both the Organ nnd Organist, Music, Musician Bnd,
Musio Toucher. Play IJymu Tuhoh, Pppulnr Airs, Sots of fjundrillbt), Polka, WrHsoa
Reels nnd Hornpipe with clearness, neournoy nnd perfect execution. " ' ''
10 eaa.3. for Olroxt,im , .
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, CLOTHING,
CENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
ALIi DIUKOT I'ltOiL XUW YOItK, I'lIILAUELl-lIIA AND KUiOP,
POPULAR PRICES AND SQUARE DEALING!
wUlloutuuoJiuSn tho0 "8",l,,0 ",y M,,niflccnl Bloc!j of Kur"Jn n,,a American Dr, Good, wkkh U
Largest and Best-Selected Stock in the City of Honolulu.
Myrtle for perfectly laKi:r4H WWW l'.lUIC'N ate poMtlvvly oiw ths , otmrBsid r.
oUierllousHiforUlsU, NIIOI.WOIt., HOII.i;i UtfoUri, unUcr tbs uf .
Don't be .Deceived, Gome and Examine for TomrttlTM.
EXAMINE MV IIKAUTIFUIj ABSOKTMUNT OF
Dry Goods, Undoryrear, Hosiery, Fanoy Goods, TrimmlBM.
and Gents' Furnishing Goods.
m- CKNTft' NEW CLOTHING AT GREAT BARQAllM.nM'
1 Invito a carwui inspection 01 my uoous ftuu
frum tlm country carefully executed.
SI. Louis College, iNn. 7i Itcrclnnl Nlrcel,
TUESDAY JANUARY 18, 1881,
AT 8 O'CLOCK I'. M.
A Lecture will bo ilcllmcil, for the Ilcneflt of tho In
PIlOFESSOn ELIJAH NICHOLSON.
Subject "Tho Lights nml Shnnown of Oaf Times.'
TM'iir.rs no ctiyfTH.
Oil I Ml KM laroIMtTOrTIlKJIAWA-
O Hnn Manila. In thP milter of the I'2nVJ'JiIT,,i
WILLIAM LYMAN DAVI8, n Vnlnntnry Ilnnknipt.
llpforo.Mr .lusllcp .luilil.ln ChnmbPrJ. , .
Wlllln.a Lymnn Davis, nf Mnkawso, fslsnrt of Mrinl,
Imlnn come beforo mo anil declared nlm?'' , ."IrK
rupt.ns prov.dpil In Hectlon WW of Ihs Civil CeMle.lt l
herc.y entered tllnt tho Clerk- of thei HfPrenjo "''
l.supmi order to tho .Marshal of th Klis.i1om I otsjrt
posseaslon of the property of the seld M litlntr I-yman
bnvls nml In prt his s'oto houses, counllhff "ml",
pirect". books nud patters nnilPk loelc mid seal. "'
Is rnrlier onlered llint TUK8DAY, I'.'S IMh My of
JAVI'AIIV. A. II. ISHl.ttt llln'cloek A.M..SI ln conri
roomnt Alilnlnnl Dale. In Honolulu, 'io Ihn lime ruin
plnco forhearlns nnd decldlnc tho nnis.lon ot MnK
riiptcy;nnd llmtnotlcP of HiicTi hearlnff be P"'"''1
IntlioSattirihy I'ress forlhiee ronsicmlto wcli pre
vious to such he tln-, in the end mat nil P""1" ",':
terested may then nnf. thern npiie-ir nd show en use, u
nny they hnro. hy thn stld William Lyman 1.
flifnilrl not be il-cln ed 0 nkiuplt and a ino erf'l'loM
nf ihc anbl William Ly inn Dnl inay then arid them
appear nnd prove ItiMr claims n-nlnM s.bl "'.,
Vltn-ss my hnnd nnd the tern f tho Hnrmc Conrt
thlsfflthilnrof Deeember, A D. 1si. .,.
A. i'HANCIH .UUill. JtHilct! Supreme Court.
All.,. I, A llrttf ,. tlntitiltf lllpfk. 1 'il
'. .....,...., -
i5 Islnnda. In ITobatP.-I;lanrt of Oof". ".,l.,a
IslnniK s.s In tho mailer of tho Kslnto of KUOl-.N.
H. HAI'IIIN, deceaacd. Order nppplnllnit t me I for I fo
bato of Will nnd illrectlnc piibllciitlm; of nntltB of some.
linvliiK been' Sled by hint, It is neret-y 0""' ins
.MONDAY,tho7lli rlny of DIHIKMIIKII, A. ti. irw'.at 10
o'clock A. M. nf said day nt Iho court room of ld Court,
nt Alllolnnl llale, In Honolulu, be. and the snrnfl Is,
hereby nppolnlnl the timo Inf provlnu said will and
henrlua salil nppllcnllon. nlun nnd whero "M pel ton
ninriiinij,,.. ...... .. ..-.-.-
Interested in.ir nppenr nndfonst tho snld wlll.ane the
crnnllnRorieliers lesinmenisrT. u i "",""";"
that notico thereof be jrlvpn by. innllciloa, for Ihreo
sucresslp weeks, in the Pnturilny Press, n 1 newspap
I ....i.ll.l.n.l In lt,,w,lnt,t. Ami It Is furthl
iiiliii 1, 11 1 1 I'll 111 1" ii ... .,....... -....- -- - ,,
ordered, thet eltntlnns be Issued In tho subscribing wit
nesses to snld will, nud to tho heirs of tho testnlor In
this Klnirilnni, to nppenr nnd contest the prooato of ald
wlll.nt Ihn limp apnntiitril. . , ,
Dated Honolulu, Jl. I., Decem.ier Jh,.
Chief .lustico of the Huprcmfl Cnurti
Atteati A. llosA. Deputy Clerk. Ht
flMIK M10M1H0II8 COMPTII8ING
JL the Kcknhn biiffiir Company, loeatwl nt Keknhn,
Wnlmin, Knnnl, nro Carl Isenbere, Otto Isenberg, W.
llrede, ((eo. N. Wilcox. A. H. Wilcox, . W. Wilcox and
l'nul Isenbcrit, H resltllng on llm latum! of Keitsl.
Sil) .It KKICAIIA HUOAlt COMrAXY. .
TAi TF.1ISOX8 AUK STItlCTXiY
nrnlilblliil from huntlnir turkeys, coats, or other
unmc on nny part of my Muni Hheep Ifnnch, or from
troapnsslui; on snld promises with don or'iinns. AI
nflenilPra wlllbo proecnted totliti full oxtnntnf tho Inw
811 3m O. II. ALKXAMDKlt.
J)iiect from Iloston ami Now JJcd ford
Ilx bnrk Amy Turner, we linvo received
C10IT01W IltK'K If ON. 1 T IU. 'rTTOIff
J Itavensfo. Io l'lor. ColtonHall Twine B, 0, 7 anil
8 ply. New Ileilfnril Atnnlln Cordnue, sires from IM tn
n Inch, hi ml Itopo, tl, U nnd U thread. Hpnnynrn,
:i j 11 r 11 mid 2 nrn. Iniisetln MPl'.lnir, n, 0, 1J and lb
threml. IIS Ash Onrs, sites frnmV to W feet,
Alt of which will be sold ns low as enn bo bouclit In
thUinrttkct. Kit IB 1IOLLKH A CO.
COb,L,HH OlA ICOXA COITFEIC,
811 I'nr snlo by 1IOI.I.K8 A C'n
A iloeumcnl, piirporuiiK in e mo m- ... -. ..., -.
ment of Knceiin II. Hnnrln, ileccasedjhaylnir on Iho Mlllt
day nf October. n. I1HI. been presented neali! Prii
bato Court, nnd n petition for the piobnto thereof, anil
lit. inf. iftfttinnrr. ill irnrr. ii'p
S Z M
x w s
g & .
" 5 JL
S25 TO $15!
snmo as shoot music prepared for tho l'jano?'
DURABLE . ';
1 f mmmmmmmmmmmmmm
i'rtccs. fjO TUOUUIJi TO HUUW snnrut
CHAS. J. FUHIL
1 1. ,
UNK PRICI BAltAB. " u
E. PRICK BA-i
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