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IIOSOI.Vl.V. J.l.V 15. ISM
"Utile haa iMasplfe In MMnrssSrfrcKs daring the
week that II worthy of note. Owing t1 th unsettled
Mate of the weather, the movement of nnr coasting vca
trli h been aerlounly Interfered with, one teamen
'not befog ab'le ti leave pert until Wednesday, and angar
and other produce from Hie other lalanda arrlvraalowly
Heveral ileep-aea veeaelaand a number of local schoon
ers sailed on the ime dar.
limine t-t ne'V the 'bktne Discovery anil eclir V? II
Meyer hare arrived from Han Francisco with a.sorled
cargoes. A large quantity of har brought liy the Dis
covery a deck lod wai much damaged, a, waa the
esse wth a quantity recently arrived by another vcaael,
and the reartlly of tliln article la comparatively unre
lieved. The. Lady Lsmpaon ami Karrka hare sailed for the
Coast with good cargoes of augar, molasses, rice anil
ilher products The former took 7i,Wll lb of eiigsr
ml the latter 7W,H7t lbs, making a total of I.7II.41I
The echr VIM sailed nn the 7th for Fannlng'a lalaml
with a cargo of general merchandise
Total value of domestic eiporle for the week, $131.
The proposal for having monthly aettlements of ac
counts Instead of qnartcrly, though no movement hsa
yet been msda Inwards producing the desired result,
meets with universal approval, ami some mutnal agree.
meet, It It hopeil, will be niaile by which the change
ran be brought about
The Llile Iff Jala arrlvrd yesterday from Mrerpool,
with an assorted cargo of Kngllsh staple goods, con
nt'tlnc principally of hardware, machinery, saddlery,
earthenware, drugglat's sundries, .tc
PORT OF HONOLULU.
Jtn 9-Slm I.lkellke. from Windward
Hch l.eahl, from llamakna
rich Maloln, from llllo
10 Am bktno Dlarorery, l'enhallow, HI day from
II (ler aim Itulnta, Tkompon,2lilayfrom Canton
12 Am ach " II Meyer, Howe, lid day from Han
U Hch Wnlpll, from I'aauhan
Hchr (len MIkcI, from Walalua
It Itrlt hk Mult In-dull, Mna iop, ISI daya from
lo Htm I.ehua. fnm liana and Molokal
Stm .Mukulll, ftoin Knolau
Jtn II Htm I.ehna, for Molokal and liana
la Am tikliii- Kureka, VnrdhrTg, fur Han Pnnelaeo
Itrlt bk Lady I-nuiinon, Maraton, for Han Fran
Am ach Caulo JlaywarU, Le llilllaler, for
Am tern Ka, Paul, for Eureka
Am uh bk John llowlaml, llre'n, forcmlae
Htm Kllauea llou, for kahulul
Htm I.lkellke, fur Windward
Htm U It lllaliuu, for Kauai
Htm Jamc Madee, for Kauai
Hcb Wallrle, for Mallkn
Hch Walmnln, for llapuu
Hch I.uka, for Kotula
Hch Kekauluohl, for Hanalcl
Hch Malolo, for llllo
14 Am bktno Monitor, NeUon, for Kureka
VewMla in Port.
Haw achr Jnlla A Uma
Hwedlah bk llrrmlnv, l.onncrcn
Jalult bgtnn Nlcolaua
Am bitne J I Hpritkela, Hinten
Haw Civ Kalakaua, Jenki
Am ch Harah Ann, Johnaton
Haw bjtne Htorm lllril.Tlerney
Am bgtne Illacorery, l'enhallow
Am ach W II Merer, Howe
tier H H tlulnta, Thumprnn
Ilr bk I.liale Ireilale, Moaaop
sla Expotodt Honolnla, from Forelfii
flrlt blc Viola, Trice, Ltrerpoul, due
tier bk O V Ilaendel, Hchruck, Ilrcmen,diie,II Hackfeld
A Co. Afenta
Her bk Atalanta, Mnhrmann, Ureracn, dne Feb 1-21, II
Hackfeld .t Co, Agenta
Itrlt bk Alkahaw, Tallc, Cllaagow
w Macfarlanc .t Co, Agent
w, duo JIrch 15-3J, Q
Am bk Kdw-ird May, Jnhnaon, lloaton, due April 1-6,
C llrewer A Co, Agenta
tlrtt bk Highflyer, Hcheinaiiu, London via St .Michael",
allied Norfth, , Agent
Am tern Compeer, lllrkholm, Fort Gamble, due, II
Hackfeld A CU, Agent
Haw bit Kale, Ahlborn, Lundon, to aall In Dec, II Hack
feld ft Oo.'Aj-enta
Am tern Una,, Humboldt, loading Nor
Haw bgtno I'nmare, Tripp, H H lalanda, due In all Feb,
Frcaldent Hoard Immigration, Agent
Haw bk Hawaii, Whitney, H H Island, due in all Feb,
I'rtildrnt Hoard Immigration, Agent
Chlneao atnt Mclfoo, Cunningham, from Canton
Cler bk Muaca, from Norway, due April 1-5, it Hackfeld
ft Co, Agenta
Norwegian bk llcta, from Norway, for Maalaea, Maul,
dne March 1-5, II Hackfeld ,V Co, Agenta
Am bktne Klla, Turner, Han Francleco, loading Dec 23,
C llrewer ft Cn, Agenta
Am ch ltoarlo, Donslaa, Han Franclaco, for Kahulul,
loading Dec SI, W O Irwin ft Co, Agent
Am ach Claua Hprerkeli, Coualn. San Franclaco, for
Knhulul, W ( Irwin ft Co, Agents
Am ach Ida, McKay, called from Han Franclaco via
Ilumboldl. Dec 10
- Am tern A I' Jordan, Crack, San Franclaco, loading
Dee SI. II Hackfeld ft Co.Agent
,Ara bk-II W 'Almy, Freeman, ban Franclaco, loading
Dee 4), CaMle it Cooke, Agenta
T M H S Zcalandla. Chevalier, Han Franclaco, due Jan
ii. II Hackfeld ft Cn, Agents
T M S H Oily of Sydney. Dearborn, Sydney, duo Jan 17,
II Hackfeld ft Co, Agent
Am bk. LUiio Marahall, Dahlcr, Tort Illakely, due,
Allen ft lioblnson, Agenta
Am bk Camden, , I'ort Oamhle, due Jan 15-30,11
" Hackfeld Co, Agenta
"U 8 8 I'cntacola, Taylor, San Frincieco, to aall arx.nl
Am bk Chethlrr, Ilachetdcr, New York, to aall In Dec,
Castls ft Coike., Agent
Oer bk Hermtne, Meyer, Canton, loading Dec IV, II
Hackfeld ft Cn, Agent
An blc Kalnler, WnltT, fort (Iambic, loading Dec , It
Hackfeld ft Co. Agenta
The Haw ok Kalakaua haa dlacharged her cargo and
hauled from her Ixrlti at Hrewer ft C'a dock, and now
lie offTlbbeU ft Horcuaon'a wharf, awaiting cargo for
Tho Haw bgtne Storm ltlrd la atTtbbetaftHorenaon'a
wharf, whrro hc la fitting for another crulao to the
Hooth'Hea lalanda for native laborers. She will aall on
The Am batne J D Hpreeklea u pUludfcer cargo
aid talla to-lay for Han Franclaco.
Tha Am ach W II Meyer la at llrewer ft Cn'a wharf
dlacbargla a cargo of general merchandlae from ban
Franclaco. Mio la In command of Capt K M Howe, bhe
will load back to-Han Franclaco, to aall In about a week
or ten days.
The Am bktne Dlacorery la dlaeharglng an aaaortrd
cargo from Han Kranclaco at the old steamahlp dock.
Koo will return to San Franclaco In about ten days.
The Oer S H (Jainta It at the foot of Fort street ilia
chanting a Chlneae cargo, which seema to be pretty
well aaaortcd. She aalla for Hongkong on Tuesday next.
The Swril bk Hermlnc la In the atream. She will
probably aall for Hongkong on Tuesday.
The Haw bk Kale waa loading at London for this port
In Deeemher. She brluga German Immigrants for
The PM88 City of Sydney will be dne from Sydney
on .monaay rn route in nan rrancn
Look out for lettrra and exchange,
nclaco, taking II H mall.
Aa wo were colnc aloui the wharves on Tuesday laat
lie noticed that the stm Mkellka was flying a atraugo
looking Hag, partly American and partly Hawaiian.
May be II waa the annexation flag.
VeaaeU arrtrlne: here of late have been from one to
three daya getting Into port after they were telegraphed.
Thla 1 prcbably Wcauae we hate so many telephone
We understand that there will be a shed erected rn
llrewer ft Co'a wharf very shortly.
'The An bktne Ella will probably bring the next mall
from the United Stater, due the latter part of next week.
We noticed four Chlneao buffalo land from the Qulnla
There waa a telegram received In China December M
.for the Mclfoo to change her flag from the American, ao
he Is now nnder the Chinese flag, bhe w III be due here
the laat of this month,
Laat Wednesday the Eureka ami Lady Lampaon sailed
fr Kan Franclrcn, and the Eva and Cassia Hayward for
Humboldt. These are all line veasrla.and It is pretty
hard to tall who will come out ahead; bat we are satis
fied that each one will do his best to beat the other.
The U S 8 Fensacola may be looked for In all next
Heporluf the An. bktau Discovery, Fenhallow, Mas
ter Hailed from Haa Franclaco December 16th at noon.
First two days had a heavy gale from the HE and heavy
rain. The wloa ahlfted to the rlV, blowing heavy for
five days! heavy sea and rain. Lost outer lib and split
themaluiall. Waa theo In lat JS. long li. 1 hen had
aoutheaalerly wlud fourdaysi waa then In lat VU", long
lti. Took the trades, with equally weather for five
iltya waa then In lat T. long I4i. Ihencctn the west
end of Molokal, wlU NW winds and heavy sea from
westward. Waa three daya from Molokal tu port; atrong
benl wind! part of the time a heavy sea.
HsiHittof Am sell W II Meyer, Howe. Master Left
Han Francisco December l?lh FI rat day had the wind
.front NK and (heu 21 hours from SK aim one iUy calm.
'We next had very heavy aouthweater Then ralina
and varlabl wlnda to 1st i!7 N, long 1S W. and car
ried them to Maul From Iheuco to port S)j days.
11 iwrt of Ilr bk Lliate Iredale, Mi'ssop, Master- Left
Liverpool Auaust IX. and had nothing of Importance
hapten until Stpteuibtr full On that data crveaed the
e. ua toe lost 'Jl W, fine weather, wind Hunt from outh
wnL Artlvs-l il Cape Horn on the gklof Not, and
baffle! about for 11 tlaya before rounding It, wind atrung
from the W, with hiih confuanl sea. From the Cap
KK wlnda, and oscasloual HE Cr..cJ the equator on
'.DccStlh. Jan fth lighted aouth end of Hawaii. From
thence to port tf day passage, wind strung bW; IM
days out, all well, only cassx-ty haptxulug on the voy.
age. waa the falling of a buy flout the main top, wuka
AroiJllaats)i; ' r
.mamtmfam-F , a as- t
rront Fanning Island per Vivid. January 7tb-T II
avlca; abb's iaols.,lc aid. e. '
Trom Han" FrauclMo, p'rr Diacovery, Januair I0h
fflaaallaa Tsleplione Coi a par wire) lllahop ft Cot W
Mlsapr! II Makayt 0 lolls l.-il,er; Uolles ft Cot 7
kjf orafkera.W c lard. II pkga rat.lm, 1A ca beef, i
cabirsstd bacou, 10 csbawu.XI bbla salmon. Idea
iCvdflAU IsdJIs. F T Lnob,u ft Cat M ca liquors; b Mag.
leiplws dry go.l., 1 keg butter; T II lUtls.i fj
araUIUsJruu,2cs ludse. a pulleys; UW Macfarlaae
nl v cemeiu, iw uie nay, a pats tronw
Lewsra ft lllckagni UaVdaora, tt pkga avfatfuwa. 17 I
blinds, a vifiumUt, I kej. walls). 3 M shin J
Wilder vot sarfoacs, a
DK2S aiuaoas. 3 htii.
are, 1U ca lerpanUs).JII pkttspaltits, oils and Utuha;
( Allan A stohluMaU H dcna.il pkgs blinds aud uln
slows, j uui eaaiei iv u t.itoii I piano, '4 sewlug mai
bluest b D llurrime! I kf billiard tables J 1'hlllh.a JB
l-'ot 1 (too), U c f uraltuie, 14 ptj dry goods, t ca sal-
mnn and n)stera.2tl ska corn. Mflqr sks flnnr. I" hf sks '
flour, Upk.a groceries, A Me Wayne 1 es bottle, A ca
rlrnt;, etc, K llorlmnnn lit c drngs etc, A J fart '
wr1ghtt! bbla beef. It) kta salmon bellies, A YV llnah!
KM pkgs groceries, iralqr aka noon I atle .1 ( onke Bi
like. Iron '17 nkiri hardware. 10 e hottdcr. & ra wine. 1
ca dry gimda, Urown Co 131 pkga llqnoraj Mra D It I
iirimn rancy gnmis, i ptRciotn, " rre.innrn;
IW pkga fruit andpotaloeai Jaa lloildi BJaka grain, lu
bales hays UlneACoi l() bale hay.im alt grain, 3
(M.gs wagone, I leiepnnne, inmrii m r.mnniniiij ir
oxikaj TWaWhnuaei I c candy, 4 es extracts, ca
saddlery. Mil hhl lime l!M aka lirsn.N) hales hay, 1 c
silk, IN pkes groceries, II May . tin M7I pkgs orn-
ITIimi II lilt, .!, ,.....-,- ., t. ...-.... .,- .....,
:) bbla lime, 1MVI redwood pols.!.ii tun grain, 'JO bale
bay, lit tona potatoes. II.Hii ft redwood picket; C U
Ilerger I lanka naphlhaand r-iaollnei C II JiiddiHI aka
bran.M bale hy, J .Nntt A I'ot c fltttl.K t " A
Mdemanli, 10 halea bay, 2 aka nata) II U Hall A Hnnt
itl ra plnwa, I ra extract. I chair, 71 pkea hardware!
I.alne A. Cut rn,r aka flonri W U Irwin A t.'oi Ital aka
tmtatnrai John Aahleyt .T pkR alu-et and I pkcrallrniii
Iron, I ra hanlware, nrdrri I c beer, I ca glycerine, 7
pkga mdie; l'.I pkg llijuura and atimlrlrt to Chlneae
From Hn Franrlaro, per W II Meyer, Janniry IStb
C llrewer A t'm VA aka pot!oea, I Innka gaaollne, 111
aka barter, 1 ca claaa, 7V balea hay, ll) pkga bread, 51
fowlaj O Macfarlan" A CoiStanki jjanollnp; Hyman
llroat 15 pkga dry grxnla and clnthlnc, ca ahuea, M r
anan, I r furniture, I c Claret, I c clgara) W F. Foater
A tin Rjikga aaddleryiordertiU aka j-raln, 10 ak pota
loea, 2il pkr;a grucerle. la) aka flour! Hart llroi 119
pke gncctle! K ij Hall A Hont M cahanlware, i'l bdl
pipe, HJ pkga weight; order! IV hf Mil ralmon, Wt
aalmoii! U J I laheli il pkg rndar; Orlnbaum .t Out l
aacoru:.i hiuvldi l ca copper, a i Ituaot ai a
feed, fi bbla tar. S ca ralalua, li"bilea hay, & ca mdae;
T It DmleaArot .1 ca rlollilngs It N Itiiei Mhost; (1
llowleyi fal hnsa, fl doa chicken; HolllalerA Cot balea
carpet, 1 ca acid, il ca mdae 1811 pkg grrncrlca, etc, to
From Canton, per tjulnta. January Uth F A Hchaefer
& Cot 1(") balea bag; .ej pkga mdae to Chlneao flrina.
For Fanning' laland, per Vlrld, Jannarr 7th .Til lb
augar, I tin conVe, la) mat rice, VI c bread, I i ca meat,
4 ca powder, I ca clothing Foreign mine. $1711 M;
dome-lie, .!H 77
l-'or Arctic Ocean, per John llowlaml, January 10th
SI In tobacco Foreign mine, $.1711 !M.
For Han Franclen. tier llureka. January tOlh 73'l.071
Iba augar, M hide. I'Vl aheep akin. l-"'l 11m lallor, tU
bcha aiuar cane, 3i2 beba binanaa. Doincatlc value,
Iio cr5 in 1'ranctaco, per Lady Lnmpon, January 10th
' lb augar. 3i.l,71l lb rice, "Hi gala mulnaar.
KIICralUt', JTT.'.e"! ,.
ror iurea, per .Monitor, dnniinry i.iiu i ca ciKO'n
Foreign value, ?!"..
From Jalult, per Storm Illrd, Jan 771 laborera.
From Fanning' I, per Vlrld, Jan 7 I laborers.
For Fanning' l, per Vlrld, Jan 72 laborers.
For Han franclaco, per Kureka. Jan 10 W Mann,
Mrs Marco and child, Jno Dcry, II M Moore,
From Han Frincieco. per Dlacorery, Jnn 10 Mr C II
Light and i children, Mlaa KH Fleming, LTomaennt, K
Fulgle, O A Leach, O It Miller, LM Olr, J W Kriitnn,
HD Itanaoiue.tl Keener, M Iturge, F Morris, J Fox, A
Franclco, F de Crug, 1 A Johnson, J Muaon, J bluis,
From Windward I'orta, per Llkellke. Jan 9 HI
Malt-sty the King, II It II l'rlncea I.lllm.Ulnnl, Our J
O Domini, Hon C II Judd, Capt T Spencer, Ml
Chamberlain, Her A O Forbea, Chung Lung, Mr Lee
Loy and 2 children, Mlaa K l'lllpo, .Mia Ahema, U Y
Alona, Mr Hulireu and child, Akmin, J Oonldatclii,
Mr J Hmllhand 2 children, A II Uuwe, J II Woilc
hcuan, K lIotTmniin, A Tiirlnn.
From Han Franclaco, per W 11 Meyer, January 12th
i: Lynch, C Wnlah, Wm Krren,. In King, II Ilcnedlct
John Ilrogel, F A Lourn, Jim White, A Ilodrcgurd, A
Hylra, Friuon Aonia, l1 Monteiiogrn, C White, John
llealey, It S Hoe, tl llowley, Jack latlll.
From Canton, pr tulnU, January Uth 516 Chinese.
THE SATURDAY PRESS
Published for tho Satuiiiiat Pur;. Amociatiom by
Dook, Job and (lencrnl Printer,
Honolulu, II. I.
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Ki. bATUiuiAr Pncss
JAMJARV 15, 1881.
His Majesty tho Kin returned from liiit
trip to Mntti on Snndnj' mornhiK Inst nnd wnn
received with n salnto of 17 guns from a Hold
biitteryj tnken down to tlio whnrf for tlto oc
ension. His Majesty ia entitled to a salitto of
21 guns, mid why it was curtailed wo cannot
It is now publicly announced that His
Majesty tho King will nail in tho next steamer
on his lone; projected foreign tour. His
Majesty goes lienco to Snn Francisco, across to
Jvpan, then to China, nnd tho Straits Settle
ments to Calcutta, overland to Doinliny, thence
by way of the Suez Canal, ncross the Medi
terranean to Italy, Franco, 'and England, and
crossing the Atlantic and tho United States,
homo again from San Francisco. Mr. X. Arm
strong tho Attornoy Genoral resigns his post
aud accotntiames the King in tho capacity of
Special Commissioner of tho Board of Immi
gration, that ho may exiimino thoroughly, and
on tho spot, tho possibility and advisability of
procuring iminigrttnts from Asia or Muluyia.
Cnlonol Judd also travels. with tho King ns
Chamberlain. Differences of opinion exist ns
to tho wisdom of this journey just now, but
thoy may bo laid, asido fur tho present in view
of tho nbovo announcement, and tho decision
arrived at by tho King ami Privy Council.
III. R. II. Lydia Kamukaoha will bo appointed
Itcgcnt during tho absotico of tho King, in nc
enrdanco with Atticle 33 of tho Constitution.
Wo wish Ill's Majesty and suito a ple.iH.jut
joumoy and safo return.
TltK great question of an Inter-oconnic
Canal to connect tho Atlantic and Pacific
Oceans is daily assuming a mora tangiblo
shape. After a quarter of a century of pre
liminary surveys and choosing of rottto, tho
weight of tho uamo and prestige of Ferdinand
do Lcssops is thrown in, in favor of tho short
est and most direct route, that is, fiotn noar
tho mouth of tho Chagrcs river to a point in
tho bay of Panama, not far from tho old city
of tho satno nnmo which was sucked and bit mud
by tho lluccanecr Morgan in tho 17th century
and never rebuilt. This is, ns wo said, tho short
est and most direct route- but by far tho most
difficult and costly.
Even if thu bed of tho Chagres Hivor bo
utilized, tho canal will cost mora time aud
money than any other undertaking tho world
has over witnessed, even in those dnya of stu
pendous engineering uchiovemouta, tho Suez
Canal, nnd tho two Sub-Alpine tunnels not
excepted. Three different routes have boon
proposed and inoiu or lens completely sur
veyed. Ono, by utilizing tha bed of tho Hivor
Magdulcua, it second by cutting through tho
Isthmus, the " Durieu " Canal, favored by
Count F. de Lossops ; tho third would useend
tho Uiver Snn Juun do Nicumgua, cross tho
lake of the same name, thence by a little rivor
or csicro tu Luku Maciguu, and thcuoo tu tho
Pacific by an csleto to tho gulf of Fuiiseca. This
rntitu would bo long, tedious, ami expansive,
but yet o rct-omtiier.d it in profeicncu to tho
It would bo neccsanry to deepen the river
San Juan nd providy a .ortcs of locks. Tho
connecting link butttccu Ilia two lakes must bo
widened and deepened, and so ulao tho stream
from Uko Managua to the gulf of Folisucs,
itit still the outline has been donu by uaturo,
uiid it only has to bo udapti-d by man.
Tho gulf of Foneeca is uu immercu sheltered
spacoj u laigo and growing town, I, Union is
limited uu its shoics, many Island, dot Its
turfuce, uinl ono " Tigru" is just opposite tho
mount til lliu s-.storo or stream wliicu
thu gulf from .Muiiagua.
Do Lcssuus atutea that the oniinent " cutro-
freueurs do travuux publics M. M. Couvreux,
leraetit ct Cie." tMtliiuale the work to bo done,
as felluws ; 75 milliuua of cubio metres of
eurlh to bo excavated, on it lino of 73 kilo,
met re In length. Six year of Isbor, with
8.000 men and mscliiuec, on 1,300 working
clays or IfSO days per annum, and the cost at
ftOO millions ot francs, or at live francs to tho
dollar, 100 millions of dollars. Works of such
magnitude as (his uropusod canal, axe seldom
executed fur less than 20 per cunt, and up
wards, over and above tho origins! estimate,
and tha great engineer of' the Suez Canal is' a
sanguine uiu so it is possible that lie may
lmvo underrated tho ejtpcnao ; novorthr-leas
tho slock has been eagerly taken up in Franco
nnd in San Francisco j in tho K.tstern Slates
and in England it is not in such favor, (len.
Grant pronounces in favor of tho Nicaragua
route, in which opinion wo Agree with him.
Tu Kit K seems to !o something wrong with
tho polico In this city. Wo cotntanly heat of
complaints, both of nvor-olTiclousncse, and
lioli-tiriiciouancss. Of tho fltnor is thocaso
of Iioo Ng twk, a Chinamen, who was tiuticcs
sarily arrested nnd harshly lininllcd by n
policeman. Tho caso was so plain that tho
Deputy Marshal dismissed tho Chinaman, ami
on tho following morning Iho arrest occurred
on Sunday Iho Polico Mngislrnto finod tho
Constablo and recommended his dischargo
from tho forco. Umlor ndvico however,
tho Constnhlo nppcalcd and tho caso was laid
before n Nativo jury who could not agree on n
verdict condemning tho defendant, although
tho chargo of tho jutlgo lnid it ilnwii most
emphatically that ho was justly sentenced at
tho Polico Court. Horo Ihoro appoarcd to be
tho possibility of a difficulty. Fortunately tho
law allows tho piuslding .ludgo in such cir
cumstances to dismiss tho jury antl dectdo tho
caso himself. Accordingly tho sentence of tho
Polico Magistrate was confirmed nnd tho over
strenuous Countable fined and dismissed. This
looks liko n partiality of a Nativo jury for ono
of tho same rnoo, though condemned by con
secutive Courts of law.
On the other hand, complaints nromndo that
our polico setllo themselves loo firmly on their
stools, smoko their cigars, and rend their papers
whilo supposed to bo on duty, nnd nro un
acquainted with tho wholesome maxim that
" prevention is bolter than euro. " For our
own part wo think tho time has arrived when
no Cotist.iblo should over bo allowed to sit,
smoke, or road whilst on duty that it district
or "beat" should bo prescribed for each mnn,
that ho should bo obliged to pcramhulatoth.it
"beat," and not sil still at ono corner of it.
That a little drill would do them no harm,
nnd that thoy bu taught good manners ; it
should bo impossible that when n member of
tho Royal family p.isaos by, no notico is ta ken.
Tho policeman sits on his stool, smokes ins
pipo and ignores everything nnd ovorybody
about him, tilt aroused by a cry of " help I" or
Another casocatno bofnro tho Court on Mon
day last, in which Chinaman wns charged
with buying stolen pioporty, sumo copper, tho
vendors being prisoners nnd in prismi-drcss,
yet it was possiblo for them to rob a storo
honso on tho Esplnundc, soil tlioir booty in
N'uuanu street, and with tho proceeds put
uhiiso cigars &c, and return to their gang
without having been missed by tho in or
recognized as prisoners by tho polico in tho
streets these stories speak for themselves.
On Sunday last a hnoln Const. iblo went on
board tho American barkcutino K'trtkn, com
menced n search without exhibiting his war
rant, was insolent and ill-behavotl, wlton asked
for his nuthority. Tho captain complained to
his Consul, and thanks to his good offices, nnd
uu a'pology made by tho polico ollicials tho
mnttor was allowed to tlrop. This again dis
closes nn unsatisfactory state of disciplino in
Tito Marshal nnd his Deputy know their
work batter than to allow tho present stato of
tho forco to go on, and wo hope that tho polico
matters may bo speedily placed on a new aud
Kilauha, Kauai, Jnnunry 3d 1881.
Editoii Satuuday l'jtiiss; Knowing that
you nro always willing to hoar of such things,
I send you an account of how Now Year's day
wns spent on Kilnnon plantation. Owing to
thero being a largo number of foreigners em
ployed, the owners had decided to lmvo a
jubilee day, and a program In o was arranged
in which all could join. At 0 a, m. a cricket
match was played between tho " Hod Stars "
and " Hluo Stars, " resulting in a victory for
tho former. At 1 l si. tho following sports
camo off. Owing to tho largo number of en
tries, somo of the races woro divided, and tho
wiuuors of tho heats divided tho money.
1st. Foot rnco, 100 yards, foreigners only . Bi
Prize, Uenser, 1M prize, Tobin. -J, Sick races,
60 yards, open to all. 1st Prue, Hcascr, Kaikapu,
Kim, -d prize, Tobin, Kilattca, Maliikoa. !M. Foot
raoo, 1C3 yards, Nntlves dnly. 1st Prizo, Mtiuo.i;
I'd prizo I'ltino. 4th. Standing jump, without
weights, own to nil. 1st Prizo, Cole, 8 feet U
inches; -if House r, 8 feet 8 inches, fith. Egg
and sikkju race, M yards, oixm to nil. 1st Prize,
ElioUng aud Kini, 2nd. Momi and David, (itli.
High jump, upon to all. 1st Prize, Lnnliiwa, I'd
prizo, Cameron nnd Shaw. 7th. 1- oot rare, oue
fourtlt of n mile ; open to all. 1st Prize, Mauo.i.
2d prizo, Lualuwn. 8th. Throwing heavy hnuimor;
( 11 lbs ), open to nil. 1st Priu Mutton, 07 feet 11
inches (IM Hirst, ut) feet. Uth. Hop, step, and
jump, open to nil. 1st Prize, Cnruoron, M Prize,
lleaser. 10th. Three-leaned rnco, 10 yards, otieu
to all. 1st Prize, Hciser nnd Davis, 'M prize, Mn
hikoa and Kini. 11th, Throning cricket bill,
open to all. 1st Prizo, Iioug, 1XX! yards, !M prize,
Tobin. 13th. Hurdle race, one-fourth of a mile.
10 hurdles, 3 feet hifth, upon to all. 1st Prizo, Keoni
nnd Kilattca, I'd prize, Cameron and Kini.
It tins dark when tho sports were concluded, and
nil waro invited to partake of n hum which wns
spread in tho-sngnr room of tho mill. HhiKiug,
( nativo nnd foreign ), aud dancing followed, and
tho party broko up at 10 r. M., all hnviug enjojed
tho day immensely. Considering that the tuirti
cipantM nro nil employed dally on tho plantation,
tho results obtained wero very surprising, for
amatouis. Tho games Here under tho supervision
of tho follow itig goutloiiieu; Mr. O. W. King, gen
eral mmiiiKer, Mr. it. A. Macflo and Capt. Nichol-
It UUIUnKDI, .!.. J 41. ,UI.1IU (Wilt st.lll. 1 IKUUI-
I, judges ; Air. O. T. iirigstack, timckceiter, nnd
. C. V. Miller, starter. a.
Nawii.iwiu, Janunry, 7th, 1881.
KpiTon Satuuhay 1'iikhs: In justiea to
tha person who informed you that fivo of tho
whilo laborers of tho Kilauou plantation hud
been arrested for refusing to work, allow mo
to correct tho statement uiudu by tho manager,
in your issuo of December 11th.
On December 2d, 1850, a warrant wns swnrn
,out by Air, Kipg, (nssistant umnagor), for tho
nrrcst nf five whilo employees of Kttailea
plantation for refusing lo work. Thoy wcro
tried before Judge Kakina, nt Ilnltaloi, and
tho Court Itccord will show that thoy woro
oncli fined 82 and f 3 SO costs.
I acted in tho cuso us interpreter, nnd per
haps, Mr. Editor, you will kindly translate tho
words " Hoolo liana, " for which offence they
ytpro charged and sentenced I beg to re
main yours, V. 0. 11. Dkvkuill.
Deputy Sheriff, Island uf Kauai.
Notk. "Hoolo liana" refusing to work. Kn,
If you want any real Valrnclenne I. ice, you will nud
them at A. V. Mellls. 10 Kprt btreet.
'i " ' i '
To as on not to ss, Is )he nutation of lha dajr. If
jrue want lo b$ In style you must gel one ot the real
.Maltese Lace Collars at A. U Mrllla', 101 Fort bueet.
11) (OS lut '
' -- sj mi in
Trom ikt Sytlnty DaU TfgraiiA, Just- SS, 1S6UJ
The Walthara Watch C'ouipauy bare been awarded (be
onlr sold medal L'lren for ttatchea at the Sjdury Inter
nattoual Ktblbltfou, and are Ibe only exhibitors la any
class flora the Uulted rjlalrs tabu hare rectlttd this
aJLllactl.. recognHtou. M, MeINKUNVj
1 8op ,gent for the llattatlau lalanda.
On 1 Mra. Fashionable i what a totrely I'oplln dress
tonbave; where. dIJio.iet 1 f 4r ; lojeof
A li.Msuja,whre70ii will Bs4allasatetatylea and
palterna of Ilrcat (Jomla,
fllHM M T CKHTIaVV THAT sBMIMlK
M. Troussanaod William llcrbrVj1,urla, both le-
Idlng at Kukulbaele. Ilamakua. Island of llaaiall, con
allium the. partnership ul iheftilu kuuttn'sks M.i.'inua
arau A l'urtla, duluj; Luslurss aa buar flantcrs al the
afore mentioned locality.
II. TKOUBSKAU A PUKVI8.
Kukulbaele, UccetaUr 6, leeu. )
Farcwcll Dinner to tho King.
On Friday hIkIiI n dinner was plren nl tho Hn
wnlinn Hotel by His Mnji sty's Ministers to n largo
nnnilKT of prnttcmen Invitod to meet tho King
nnd bid hint good-bye nnd wish him gcxsl lnck on
his foreign tour. Upwards of ono hundred itiTltn
tlotis were lned nnd all who could nttond were
prtxent. The Imnd was in nttcndanro nnd played
cheerful and sinrklltig airs between tho toasts
nnd SK'eches, 'Iltii following toasls were pro
imsed: Ills Kxcellcncj Ii. (Ireen, proposed tho
health of His Majesty tho King, remarking that
tho Ministry had endeavored to dlssnndn Ills 5taj-e-sty
from ntidertnklngthls Journey for tho present,
but nnstfccessfully, ns Hli Majesty thonght it licit
that it should bo taken' in hnnd nt once. His I'x-
celleticy also stalcil that tho courso having been
decided on, it was deemed nthisihlo to mako tho
most of tho opportunity and commission a Kccial
A(reut on liehalf of the Hoard of IininiKration, who
should nccomimny tho King nudmnknithisiiartic
ular duty to cuiptlro as to tho iKisslbitity of pro
curing immigrants from overy country visited.
After dinner Ills Piei'llcuov the Minister nf
I'orc lu AITnlrs iirowed tho health of tho King,
to which His Mnjisly replied;
"Mn. Mtvtsrr.n anii (IrnTLKMix:
I thank you heartily for the kind nnd loyal man
ner in which you lmvo responded to thu toast. I
reciprocate fully your kindly feeling. Around this
talile are en I lie red ixiiplu of many nations. In
C.Miniii'ii wi.U III, i.-n iinmiii,, i M-miu IIIU mm
wtlfiire of all who gather under our Hag hi my
dominions, nud I lxlicve that i'ou who come from
UWIlllllllMin. Illlll L in.llf-U bill. I, JIM. HHU VUIIIU infill
other lauds, tirln,iug with jott tho Inrgo ttenllh,
etitornrlso ntnl IntiitliLfetieo of thoso lntulai. "Hmti.t.
(litre with mo in my desire to protect my tintttu
llaw.ill.in people, and strunuthcu my imtinn.
To do tint we must work in harmony under tho
Constitution and laws, and I recouuizo cheerfully
thu fact that Ilawnll, nn one of the family of na
tions, must I hi governed in accordance with thu
Ideas which control cotnaltutiimnl governments.
Wu lmvo tunny dilliciilt questions to settle aris
ing out of our iK'Ciilljr situations', they demand thu
liest statesmanship nnd patient investigation. I
nm in hopes while absent, lo gather Homo Ideas
which shall nid t., their solution.
Your cordiality tiC-nlijht in but another evidence
with that which I have observed in other parts ot
my Kingdom, mai i may reiy upon too nest ele
ments in my kingdom to sustain my efforts nud
those of my government in upholding tho inde
pendence of my kingdom and tho welfare of tho
Having appointed my sister as Itcgcnt during my
nbsenco and placed with her a resjiotisUilo Altnls
try, I hai o hopeH that the (Joverumciit ui the ltegett
cy will bo administered with full conlldeuce and
satisfaction to the nation. If thero have been
mistakes lu tho past, let us prullt by tho lessons of
experience, unit with honesty of purpose Ictus
prcmonto n future which I trust may bo bright
with prosttoriety and hupuf ulncss.
Afaiu I thank you mvself nnd tho ltoynl Family,"
The Minister of tho Interior proposed tho Queen
and ltoynl family, nnd Governor Dominis respond
ed. Mr. Green next nrose and proposod tho
health of Gen. Conily nnd the Diplomatic Corjis,
when tho Genoral answered nud proposed Ills
Majesty's Ministers. Tho toast was replied to by
tho Attorney-General, Mr. Armstrong, who In turn
proposed tho Consular Corps, responded to by Mr.
Hchaefer, who then proposed Tho Ladies. Mr.
Davidson in a humorous speech replied and pro
posed tho ll.iuk and Haukors uf Honolulu, which
called up Hon. C. It. Bishop. The band played
'Hnwnif Pimoi.' The company then adjourned to
in j ura.viug-rooiii, wnorojiisi jiourtg ami 1'ro
fessor Owen kindly gave them somo exquisitu
music, somo from Trovntoro and other favorito
It wns growing lato when the parly broko up,
nil well pleased with their entertainment, though
it was remarked that if tho floor of the dining
room had boon m itted or tho waiters more lightly
shod, tho guests would hnvo been nblo to hear ono
ntiolheriti conversation better, nnd tho efforts of
the siienkers nnd thu bnnd would have been moro
MRS. A. M. MEIiLIS,
Poshlonablo Dress nud Cloak Maker,
101 Port street, Honolulu, II. I.
8-M M ly
ASP-KCIAL MKKTING OF TllE
Stockholder In the llonokaa Htisrnr Company, will
be held on ThuradHy the 3Hli lust, at 1U o'clock a. a., at
tho OIHco of F. A. Bchaefcr & Co.
g) It Secretary.
Dissolution or Co-Piirtiiorship.
Notice im' iii:ni:iiv iiivkm that tiik
firm of O. V. Clirk A. Son, of Honolulu, has thla
10th day of January, lbSI, been mutii illy diesolted, nnd
thu bnaliios ulll bo carried on by Cha. W. Cl,rk and
Ueo. II. Itoberteon under the tlrtu name of Clark & Co.
Slsncd, C. W. CLAltlC,
C. II. CLAltK.
NOTICE IN IIEKEIIY OIVEJir THAT .THE
undersigned havff till day formed a co-partnership
in the. business of DraylnK under the firm nanio of
Clark Jt Co, (i. II. ISOItHHTbON,
C. II. CLAltK.
Honolnlii. January 10th, 1B81. 20 gt
HAWAIIAN BELL TELEPHONE GO.
IXVOIlIMsIlATED DEC. an, 1880.
II. A. WIDEMAXX...
H. (1. U'll.UKIt
C. O. lIKltUElt
..Hechetaiiy a so Tnr.Asunnn
WE ARK MOW latEI'AKEI TO MEM. OH
rent to tlin public forprltate purposes only, com
plete outfits of Tcleplionicrvlnatriuiieuts of the latest
pattern i), inclmlliie the celebrated 'lIlakeTrunamltler.'
Wc will also fnrmali estimates to erect private Tele
phonic lines on tho other Islands. For piirtlcultrs,
apply to C. O.HEUOKIl.
J) urn Scc'y Hawaiian Hell Telephone Co.
In HERr.nr uivkn to am, prrnonn
that at n meeting nf Stockholders of tha Hnnallan
Hell Tolcphone Co., held on tho Sth of January, lbHI, It
ttastotrtl to incept the Charter of Incorporation grunted
to thein uud their associates and siaceseom, under tha
corpirute name and style of the Hawaiian Hell Tele
phone Company, im Ihu30th day of Uctcmbcr 15HU, and
that thu Corporation under said Charier organized It
self nnd elected tho following officers, lxt
l'reaident 11, A. Wldeniann
Vico I'rcaldmt S. O. Wilder,
Secretary and Treasurer C. O. Ilergir.
Auditor J. II. l'aty.
SO Im Bec'y Hawaiian Hell Telephone Co.
GRIEG'S (ENGLISH) PATENT
Portable, Semi-Portable and Permanent
RAILWAY 0B TRAMWAY
Messrs. JNO. FOWLER & CO..
Of London, Leeds, Killnburg, &c.
STRCI. T BAIIt aNII !tKKlJATKNlreI
Tlca or rlteepera. I'ortablo ltallway, Hand or Ani
mal power, from JUkVl to 0U per mile. Locomotha
power, trooi iiVVI to iW) per mile. Locomotive from-f
XM tOAiu eacil, accormii;; lu nituii ui k.iiko. 3ii;nr
Can. Irou and bteel Tipping Ilaaket, and other Cauo
Car , from 43 to 10. I'lana uud UptclOcatlon ta bo
aceu on application to
Agent for thU Kingdom.
PER IsIZZlJE ZRDALE.
VOU HALF. UY
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER tc CO.
MUSICAL LITtRARY ENTERTAINMENT
FOIl THU IIENKKIT UF
The Library and Reading Boom Association,
AT THE NKW MUKICAL HALL,
On Friday Evaning, January 31, IS8I
MHS.J. II. I'ATY,
MU.C O, limtOEIU
Mil. JAN. II. UAHTI.R.
I'ltOr', HU.NJ. OWKN,
And othrra.repreaentln: Hie besttalent ua, bare kindly
i on sen ltd lo appear.
Ion lo farqactlo, Drt.s Circle and Balcony,
ir: Gallti), Hftj Cents. Kr.eincd beat. can
llboul eitra charge at A. McWajrna'a, on and
ffa. t m.I .......I .v .l.n..l, llSth
Full panlealara of Fruramma wilt Le furnished In
Wedui.Jjr'. papers. '-1 It
K. KT. OASTEIL
Acat tk'AoataowUilsamaita ta Oo
Qttca tt IVX. Hillock, Ueplanad., tonclo0j MK
mi is ir
Ketlce of Meetiar of HtockhUer ol Wai
he Hacar Cuaipauy.
AMKrriNO of tiik htook
holdera of U. Walbie Suuar t onipanjr will b
rwtd at the 0ca of the Company, at W albe. Maul, oai
Jlondar. January Hib, MM. Br dli "' sk '"
4aut of Ua Uoaipauy, .Ir!. h.0UliVl"r - j
, fcetretary Walhe. bugat Cownanyi ,
Walhce, Maul, Dittabcr iltb, lasu. W
IJAItTlf.at lltVIXl i'l.tl.rll AtHIMsr Ihr
nnderalirnetl will plenae present the aamo wllbln :
day from date to A V llnah, or lo
II COllNWKI.t., Walkapn.
December SI, lent re is im
The Germania Market
AN lU'.KX TIHiltOtlUlf f.Y RKMtVA Ti:t,
and Is now ronatintlj Hi receipt or the bcl of
ii:i:k, mutt(,x, vi:.m. ami i.amii,
1'rom Oholceat Herds,
Pork KnuaiRee, llotnnaa. Head t'heeae, Herman
S.naattes,,tc.l alivay hand, aa alo the bei't of ronllre
ana r iii
Oar Meat are nil cut and pnt tip In IJ utern stele. All
ord'ra faithful! attended to, nnd ilellrere.l In any part
of the rily
NO. 1 SPRING SALMON,
In Itiarrrls mill Hair Ilnrrrla,
Which I ulll sell nt I.nrr Utiles.
II Im .1. II. IIIU'NM, Kaplanadc.
SCHOOL OF COOKERY RESTAURANT,
Richard Stroot, uotwoott Mtsrohnitt nnd
Hoard SI per week, with fresh egga each mornlne.
For Hnle-rreeh llgca. Chickens dressed, or ns re
quired. Ileef Tea, and Soup, nl all hour.
tr-'JI Jtpisl TlrlsrU-Nl.iin.
Illlm At.FIIi:il II. IIOIKIIITON, rrnprlelor
NOTICE OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
-vrorirn is iikkkiiy (iivkk
ll that Mr. J. II. Spencer ha been nilinlttril a mem
ber of our tlrm. to dale, from Dec. I. IK).
IHI.UNUHAM A CO.
Honolnlii, Jnnunry T, 1KM.
rnMiv. .Mr.Miti'.tts ti.iii'iitsiNtiTiii: ruin
llllllniiliAm A Co., dolnir business' nt Honolulu a
dealers In llnrilHiire and tlenernl .Merchtnillsei II F.
Dllllnhnm, S N. Castle, Trustee for tho heir of O. A.
Caatte, nud J. tl. Spencer, till of Honolulu, Oaliu, II. I.
Honolulu, January UV. : ID 8t
rieasnnt Employment for Leiouro Hours.
JJITi'irirCa, J liTTIJitl, TA 'IT I .Nf.il,
and Crorhet Work. Mr. Daniel Hmllli will tin
hnppy toi!lto Instrertloiis lu any nr nil or me nimrc.
Term modernte. She I alo prepared to supply Infor
mation on various siililecte Oeinrraphy, History, Ac.,
from approved millionth'.
.Mr. Hmllli will recelto pupil from 10 A. M. to I P.M.
on Tuesday, Thurdiiy and Saturdays.
Address llu M. l'ost Olllce. Ilomilulii. jn
riITK U'J)K1.SIG3n!:i) HAVING
JL been niipoluled assignee of tho estate of F, V.
Darlcli, ef lloiiiiapo, IC.tu, Island of Ilanall, gives
notice to all person Indebted to the said estate to mnkft
Immediate payment to the inigrrslgiied, anil nil parties
claiming to be creditors toprcNcnt their rlnlms ttllhoiil
elay at (he olllie of M. l'lillllpa ,t Co., n. g Knaliu
mniiii St., Honolulu.
it a. i.oi:wi:xiii:ho.
TIIK ir3S"DHIISIGKI51) HAVING
been nppolnted Asslgiu'ea for Hie estuto of I.iim
Sun, uf Wniliiku, Jlaul, hereby glte notico to all tier
sons Indebted to the said eatnte to make Immedlato
payment to T. W. Everett, Wnllnkn, or to the under
slgncilj and all parties claiming to be creditor lo pre
sent ticlr elntuie without delay to the nuderslgnril, at
Honolulu, OAliu. .M. I'HII.I.Il'S A CO.
Honolulu, December 17th. IHSO. 17
C. P. WARD,
fif DIEIIflltANT AM 77 flllEKM NTN.,
ejfc or at Ward's Dray Stand, oflcre for snlo
Firo WootI, Cliarennl, Suit nnd While Sniid,
InOiiantitlcs to Suit.
TIIK'ANNUAn M13ISTING OV TIITJ
JL Stockholder of the Kuh.ila Suuar Cftmpnny for the
election of ofllcers for the ensuing year, will be held at
the ofllcoof the Agent on Thursday, thoHd day of Feb
ruary next, at 10 A.; M. J. II. ATIIBIITON,
1!) It Secretary K. S. Co.
fTUIB ANNUAfi MKETING OP TUB
JL Stockholder of the Haiku Sugar Company for tho
election of olllccr for the ensuing year, will lie held nt
the olllce of thu Agent. Messrs. Castle A Cooke, on the
ttltli day of Juuunry. 1S31, at 10 A.M.
, .. 1I.ATIIEHTON,
111 Ht Secntary Haiku SngnrCo.
AT!, ACCOUNTS DUE AND OW
ING to the l'ACIFIC COMMEHOIAIj ADVKK
TISKKOmco up tonnd including tliuKUlliilnynr Augiial
must bo sfltlcdtUth J. II. lllacl; only. All Indtbtcdncas
up to the amu duto ttlll be nettled by
- J. il. IILACK.
Honolulu. August 33. I8S0. 8178
ATiT. PERS02irS a2CIETTCT TO
. he ndoralgned are requeuted lo mako settlement
vtlthlr. o nioiitli from date or their accounts will be
put In tho hands of a collector.
II. A. 1IEBN
Makawan. Tiovember 10. 1H30. la Mm
25,000 Gals. Oak Casks, nearly now,
EX J. D. HI'HECKEI.S.
75 Bbls Mess Beef.
50 do. Prime Mess Pork.
ft) 4t BBI
W. fl. lltWI.V Aj C4I,
MURRAY .& LANMAN'S
The Best in the Market.
k MUBBAY ft LANMAN'S
Tho rleheat, moat lutlnr. yet moat delicate at.tR
perfumca fur uau on tho Baadkarchler, at lb
Toilet and In tho Bath, delightful and Wltbtol
In tho elck room, relievo weakneaa, fatlirae, proatra
tlon, ncrrnnaneaa and hoadacbe. Look oat for counter
folte.' Alwtya aak for tho Florida Water prepartat
by the aolo proprietor!, Meaara, LaJtaUX at Kur,
fit taia j Ptrfamart, rt(flrti aal fuoy Oeoia Ciaun.
Murray & Lanman'i
nui rlekW. ismI laat.
aiK. yet inuai auicai. vi
w a. I
. .... .. ... i ia. aaM
MISS V.ilV . m wmm sHpw,w -..-. w--
eatmrat ia tnt ua reoaa, nsir. 'mm, -
Hau. proa iraHlon, nenroasaanja) .oai Bai.aa s-uu
oat for counterfeit, alway aak tot taa Florida
Water prepared bjtaa aola piaptHtaaa, Maraaa.
taumao alt Kemp, Vw Turk.
7er tala Vj ratfamata. Brmeiiate aa4 Taatf
for aale rcry low, lu bund or duty paid, A grea, aa
Lby bu,ln a Uu of on. doxea ,JcJ!(Jtlwy;
aJlaBBEaPl ' i IM.
aBBBBBBBBar i au fKriue ior a m oa
2l. llwhlffii1 mtiA
ALFRED M. MELLIS
Has .fuHt Rewired ex Lnto Arrlrnls, n Lnrgo
Assortment o Merchandise
ksfegiatjLy adapted to
Ladle' ami Children' Dreaaea,
Ladle' and Children' llo-lery,
Ijullea' ami L'hlldrin'a Cnff, and Collar,
Ladle' and Children' Milk Tlca,
Ladle' Kmbroldered U'nlsta,
Ladle' Kmbroldered Chemleetlra,
I.dle' lint Kalla-Sllk,
Ladle' Shetland Hhawla,
Ladle' Ilrenkfaat Hhanla,
Ladle, llenl .tlnltrr I.aee Cntlnr,
Hllka, Hatlna, Velrel.
I'opllna, IlroradM Velrelt,
Ileal Irlah Llnena,
l.awna, Iletntnea nnd Moomlea,
T.Gi1 Valenoionnes Laces !
Tnblo r.inoti nml Nnpkitin, Wltilo Dnninok,
Orcon nml Hod, Hoii nml Dlnck, Ooltl nml Urown Hep Tnblo Cover,
Whilo nnd JJrown f, I) nnd 10-i SlirutingK,
Whito nnd Urown Hiisninn TowcIh,
Ktiiiiroidercd nml Checked Ilonoycotnbotl DodRprondn.
All theso Articles woro Soloctod with tho Grcatost Caro by my Agents
In Now York, Huroiio nnd Snn FrnnoiBCo, nnd nro now olTorcd horo for snlo nt
thu luuoxt iiiiHpililo iintrgiii nbovo lirnt cohI.
IF YOU WANT TO OUT GOOD BARGAINS, it will pay you to try mo boforo
ALFRED M. MELLIS,
810 104 Fort BtreieV, Jlraswar'a Block, Honolttla.
OWO A. ilOOIti:, l'reaident. W. II. ULUNU8H, Vico l'reaident and Medical Director. E. II. MOTT, Jn.. rWy.'
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
1007 and 1009 Second 8rtoot, Sacramento.
To nil Desirous of Securing the lloncflts of Liro Insurance :
The flratconaldentlon with Applicant for life lnitrnnco I, or nt least ahnuld be, 8AFKTY7 Will the)
money.piild out for the roller bo tirilleiitlr Invealed f Are the afTalr of the Coinpany boneatly and efficiently
nilinlnlrtirril r When Hie 1'ollcj liecotm n claim, will It be promptly palil. and Ihu the object which Induced
the payment of the premiums bo fully allnlned J Theao are ijiierles imiiunlly riieatcd, and the character of the
anewcr determine the courao of the rjtirat loner and Inn arleelliin of lila ConiJ any. .... ...... ..
In tliUcniinictlnti. Hie Mnnaerra of the l'ACll'IU MUTUAL LIKII INsUltANOK COMPANY respectfully
linn Inn,,., li ,, l.mlt tlw. f.O If it. t f ir. rnrt. n ii it .f nil mi lit eniieeml 11 r their CotlltiallVt
1. Hlncc It orennlutlun, A. I. IMW, It ha paid STl death liise,nu pollclea amoiintluj; In tha nutrregato to
"' i. ' It haa paid to policy holders, for mnturtd endowment), dividends, nnd surrender values, in round num.
';i 'ils'loaJn's have been paid promptly nnd without litigation. No JiidgmentarlalnK from n 1'ollcy claim baa
ever been rendered n;nlnat It, nnd It hna no stilt of Ihl character pendlnc .... .
I. It hn repeatedly been examined by wnrii experts, nnd mint IhorouRli nnd aenrchlnp Investigation made
of Its condition and buslnes, and IN KVHhY CASK it solvency nnd trustworthiness hare been demonstrated.
5. Ha stockholder nnd Director are widely known n anion the moat cnpnhlo biialness men and ablest
(lnnncler or tho Slntc of California, nnd tho lute rlty of their mniiaiicment I nnqueatloned. ...
G. The laws of the Htntc, liirlmlliijt tho constitutional provlalou airirtlng corporations, are of the moat rigid
character, such nslo mako the company one of thn safest Inatltutlons of Its kind.
Hecllon :i of Artlcla XII of the NKW CONMTITUTION of tho Hlntu of California, la al follows!
" Sro. .'I. Kach stockholder of a rurpnrnllon or Joint stock association shall bo Individually nnd personally
liable for such proportion of nil It debt and liabilities con reeled or Incurred during tha lime he was n stock
holder, as the amount of slnck.or shares owned by him bers to the whole of the subscribed capital stock or
share of the corporation or association. The Dlriclors or 'lriine of corporations and Joint slock association
shall be Jointly nnd severally liable to the creditors nnd stockholders for nil moneys ctnbeaalrd or misappropriated
by the olllicrs of such corporation or Joint stock association, during the term of olllce of such Director or Trustee."
7. Its policy contract contain no res.rlctlons upon residence or travel, and Its forma. of insurance are un
usually attractive. The Low ltnte. Deposit Endowment, nnd .Mutual Investment Policies, are peculiar lo thla
Coinpany, and Oder adiaulages lo the Insured which arc not stupaeacd, If equalled, by thoao of ay olhor
8. When desired, Policies can bo roistered bv the Insitrnnco Commissioner of tJallfo'nla, on the payment
of n moderate ree, mid u Policy holder lu tho PACIIC .MUTUAL L1K1C INSUItANCE COMPANY OF CAM
l'OKNIA Inad then Iho nbsolute (uaranten of ib atntn of Cnllforiila Unit tho money hold by this Company nzalnst
Hie contlnsency of his dentil, is secured by bonds and mortgages deposlled In Iho Htnto Treasury. With .Decem
ber :!M, Pi.!), thp Company clout d Its eleventh year, nnd In so doing nffiird the only Instance on record 111 which
life Insurance company In tho eleventh year of its existence wns enabled to p-y It dtiith loasrs from Interest
receipts: not only wns this done, bi.t In addition thereto Ii considerable aiirplua remained.
llellevlug ourselves entitled to tho confidence nnd bualiiess of snch as propose clTfCtllic Insurance upon
human life, wv solicit Ihcir patronage, and pledge ouisclves todlschargu to tho best of our ability, tho Important
antl aaered dntv dovolved nnon lis.
I. V. IIOUOIITON,
L. IS. ADAMS,
CHRISTMAS HAS COME
AND BO HAS OUIl FALL
STOCK OF GOODS,
Just como ta hnnd by tho
Amy Turner, Mohican, and Eurelcn.
llesldes our usual full nasnrtment nf merchandise, wro
would call attention lo the following Items:
OIL ! OIL! OIL!
Tho standard brands, Noonday and Downer's, fresh
from the Itcilncrlr. Tho Noonday UH Is of bleh te-t
nud Is now considered 'HlttMUtT FA ail I. If Oil.
to be had in the market.
LAUD OIL in cisoa and in barrels,
IilJimiOATING OILS Low I'riccd-CaHtor Oil,
NentH Foot Oil, Cvlimkr Oil, Clioup Jniwu for
Hmokestnck nnd Iron work .
Hall's Steel Plows,
A full lino from No. 5 to No. 1 1, with extra Hhares and
Handles. A full car load direct from Jlolluiy-
Hall's Hickory Trash Forks.
A new article, mado for turning trnsh. I'kaao
order sampleM lo try.
Hall's Cane Planters or Coverers,
A nuw tool for covering cane seed after being
placed In thu furrow; with It one man
can uu iiiu wotK or llirce.
Dlsslon's Suns, Filed, Cauo Knlvts k Tools,
llnrstonrStovn Company's Celebrated
Stovet, Ranges and Caboose.
Farmers' Caldrons, assortcdr
HTU1J ino SIncliliiit'H Tools,
PACKING All 8iwn.
iSeluo Twino nnd Fish Linen.
Hubbuck's Faints and Oils
Maaury's Colore In tins, for Home or Coach Painting,
ackimviledged by all good painters lo bn the lift Matli.
Wntor Fillnrn. Ico Crotwt Freivers, ltuf rlnoratorn,
Hyclnuilio Jiiekn, llftinu 7 toiiH L'4 inctiCH, Jlur
rtlck'n Foddor Cttttcm, NniUof cviry tlvscriniiuti,
Look'u of every ilencription, Amoukoni; Uenirun,
by tho brtlo or piece ; Aiuonkuau TiclclnR, by the
lOWI)En-IMnntlnR, Ginnt nnd Hcrcttlon, Bport
l'oudcr from ( to ilA lb. tliw, Uluiit l'owder and
All fur sate, cheap by
E.O. HALL & SON,
Veriur Uttser ami fori Nlrrcla.
GRAND, SQUARE ADD UPRIGHT
FIAMOMAXBB. BIRLIS. -,
H. Uaakfeld 4 Cr. AgeuU for tits UawaiUalalaadi
Th Hyilmy Mall, Saturday, January 17, lbou,
fiaijit 117, lis. '
Pianofortes in the Exhibition.
In nur previous notice of the Pianos In the Kihlbl.
Hon (!Jo. IV,) In tonuiclloii with Ihnsaof Ibe Urnuau
Couit, we vieru unabl lodo more than i-nauierat. the
eahlblls of L. NKUfKLD. of llerlln, and that eunuiera.
lion Haa erroneous. Much writing that notice, Ih.
rlydury aieiita, Jlessra llaboiiu, Kioi A Co.. buve tln
u an opportunity of aeeliiK the Inilruiiicula, of wbleb
four are inhibited lualrnd of two, aa formerly slated,
'lltei llrtla a Uraud of full ciuas. 7)i octanes
ovratrunK, "an isuiusltul meul frame In asralfra, the
action la perfect unfalllns reiMitltlim." All ilia Inodern
Improvciiirnt. are applied) th Inalrumrnt I cased In
vtalnul, of fine tune and llylil touch, and belni; u addi
tion by far the inii pticeviortby oujjht to couunand the
luo.t ready market.
.u. U l.au uprljhl totlave craud, with Iron ffain.
oirralruux, well dulaked, and ca.d lu a haadatjtn.
fram. lu tha Louis Uualora alrlev . la an up.
rfjtht colts'-e, almplrr In tho eiterlor, but with anbalau
tlal tnrul flame, aud all tli. ldanc. ot tbotuuzb care
lu Ih. Internal conitruetlon. Ma. a la an overalrung
upitxhl boudoir cotU( of very asreeabl. tone.
Having thoroughly examined the workmanship aud
cuuatructlon, aud tested Ion. aud lo'icb, we at able to
apeak with couSdstir on the alerlln uierlu of Ike,
luatrumenta, rapecially when cempare the prices
wlthliiiHwutulher ulilblti, Hf- Planus are uosnou
eiklblllon at the stor. of
rwl 3m ' II. HACKrKLI) a CO.
Vireet foM SoHton aatt Now aMford
K bark Aiy Turner, r bare lee.lved
Ctyrvt siivbi Mi, i t in. a'trrrwx
Kaveua ua. lo lu o. ColtotiBall Twin S, 1,7 aud
5 ply. New lledford Manila Cordage, aii.a from y to
6 Inch, blaal Ku, 0. V aud 14 tkifad. Huunyarn,
a yarn and X yarn. louaelln Hvlllutr, , t. U and 13
threaJ. WalUa Ash Oars, .lata from? le SM feet.
All of xblck will be sold a. low aa can ba bought In
(all uukat. SSI 15 HCLLJtla CO.
this maukkt, COMPJUSING :
Oenla' nnd Children' Tweed Hnlta,
(tenia' and Children' Linen Hull,
(lent1 and Children' llnla and Cap,
Clent'inil Children' White. tCnl'il Shlrla
(lent, and Chlldrrn'a " Hosiery,
Ilenla'and Children' lliiiidkeichlefa,
Oenta' Colored Hllk llnndkerchttfa,
(lenla Klite Merino Underwear,
ClenU' Whilo Ilnck Conla,
Oenla' White Hllk Coal,
l.ner. I Litre, t I.at-ea I
While Ilradrd Hllk I.ncea,
lllark Hllk and (Inlpter Lacea ,
Ileal Herman Hhrcad Lace,
SAMUEL LAVEN80N, CIIAIILK8 N. FOX
J. II. CAItltOLL, It. C. CLAltK,
(1KO. A. MOOItK. KDW. OADlVALADEn,
1IUOIIM LaIIUK, W. U.CLUNKHH,
a. W. EAHL, B. K ALH1P,
DniRCTnns PAcirto MirrOat. I.irir iKSL'tuxc CoxrAJir.
General Agent, Honolulu.
THE COLLEGE OF ST. L0UI8
COMMERCIU & BUSINESS ACABEMY,
HONOLTTLTT, OAHU, H. X.
THIS Hs'STITUTION KINO IWU
moto from city alliirenienta. Is in acknowledged
sufeKiiard for morals for aalnbrlty nf climate. Is unri
vulled. Tim biilldlnus aro larice and commodious, while
the grounds afford tho paplla opportunities for hvaltli
Unremlttluc attention will bn given to the Intellectual
and moral culturn of tho pupils, Non-Catliollc puplla
will be free to attend tho rellslnus exercises or not, ac
cording as their parents or guardians may dnsiro,
l'uplls aro reccUed at any time durlnjr the year. No
reduction will he made from regular clinrRes.'except fr
absence caused by protrncti'd Illness,
No lenvo of nbaencednrlnc Iho scholastic year, except
at the Col I era vaeatlous or by special pertnlsslnn.
Kach pupil must on cnterliiK 'obtain one suit of uni
form, which with all other necessary clothing, 4c, Ac.
will be furnlahcd ntmiMlerata coat ur the College: but
none of these will be provided by the College uiilcee by
Payments era lo bo made quarterly, and Invariably
Tim course of study Is Classical, Scientific end Com
mercial; Latin, (Ireek, French, Hpantih, German and
Italian are taught.
Particular nltoutloii will bo paid to tho Knifllah Lun
cuaso In all Its branches. Literature. Turn nnd Mixed
Mathematics, History, Geography, Chemlatry and Nat
urul l'hlloaopby, Ac.
For'Ilrtard, Ixlelnjr, Tuition and Washing;, per '
r)cbolastlc Year , 12U) no
Kutran'o fen lu ill
Vacation at College 40 UU
Music, vocal and Instrumental, Drawing and Mndrm
DAY l'Ul'ILS-HenlorCIn M) on
Junior Class m rxi
Tho Hchnlastlc Year consists of two Heaalona, each
eomprlsliiK a period nf five, months. The rlrat suasion
enminentea on the VMtb of Autiat; tha second ou tho
ISUtli of Janunry,
For all and further particulars, apply to
HKV. W. J. LAHKIN. President,
KTenlng; Sckool Department or ft. Louis
The rrraldent has decided to lncluda,tliU branch In
tho curriculum of Iho College.
Its object Is to nrford all claaaea of the community the
meaua or acquiring a theoretical and practical know),
edgo of all comtnerclal and business transactions In
dally urei and also (ogive an Insight lulotho worklnua
and applleatloii iof the different Trades, which It la so
essential to do In these Islands.
Thq Theoretlcnl llranch ulll be under the enpervlstun
uf the President and Professors of the Colli ge. Tho
Practical and most Important llranch will be special ir
attended to by volunteers from the various master artU
tana anionic us who have kindly and ueneruaaly prom
lsl Ibelr service, lo this iiseruf and valuabloenlernrlse.
They will, alternately, devoto hair an hour each even.
Intr to the task asf luiparllng know Irde to Iks students.
All the Implements neceasary lo each trade, and lo Au.
rlrullnro, will bo furnished by ;he Uolliim.
l.,."-'.,,lllnl,er:r.l,l,." wn"'' ennnected with Ibe C'o.
The Hawaiian Almanac
Lxxzxu.ctl for laai
ISNOW- HAJY FOIl DWJJlVKnY
I aud should be In .rery household la the lalands
and sent to all abroad who have ties of lata rest "ere.
Seventh Year of Publication i,
And acknowledged to be tha hv.i .-..i
Internal lae. ctiiparalive Kw of clm.r?. ivfl'
ISII. Ube. UdluE laiiM,,!.. ""porta. Ma"J.i,".9tS
tlstle.. table of coluilnr; tabla of rtc..lt,i. .f.Il ..
pendllure. Hawaii.,, tloverument. pib d?ul rjiui"
J-osla Act aud rales ol postage to ifj cointrt.. iltA.Tt
sebo.il populailon JalltW.d looelliii iVbHilTiii
MilUtf.i,.uf Iht Hawaiian 1, anS" tSullfiSM
nlacencea, game and faiuo laws, visit ta Crii., of Si
auaa.iieeuTl.sll ..l ll.-,.ii.Z '!?'. V'",r P
Kjfc.ftf'i'rcaw.-. Tsarsijr YoVusS1
Urpaituienls, Cnnsitlar Corps., Cousnercfal AaSawul
uYltMS.T?'' l wr. or malM abroad for M tt.
KemltUBcrs i froiu abrwuTcaa b taaaa In TIujuL
niiu inii nruiiMr anil IMraMilidaiisfl....a J1 . ' t
ITVIlIOIIumvvi,' . ..
X leer. ipiMilMed by IU. Ooart M AsCAjLtflr.
i. i...,.i..i .T..Lw ;-. .asra, i,
' or VBama l-Miir. dseeaanl. .iilsi'ITrL."
I"3 K.M:K.,,iTVi. lwa.aatiaaxr.. a
rl lo Ike Kalat. lo mak. tJCZr?' P":
.. i ... n.Tmir ciaim taaiaal Is i aalaTal I T i
isreeeul ke lor rttfi.awHH r Jia aaalalaa3TSikfi
ss monlUa from iUU or tkeyirfW 't2S8gt&$
Administrator of th. wut.' L JjiiSfflJJSu
llonolulu. Nov.tutM i.i iK T vmr' 'iCI "lasHeaaaal.
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