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BV E. P. ADAMS.
REGULAR CASH SALE
TIlTliSIUY, NOVRMHKR 17th,
At 10 J. Jt n Utile Horn ,
Denims, Brown Cottons,
Meetings, Prints, Flannel Undershirts,
Hickory lihlfts, UntliTBlilTtit,
Pants nnd Coal", Socks, Handkerchiefs,
Shawls, Coverlets nnd 1-ancy Good.
A Line In Fresh Groceries !
Hicks California Potatoes, Crates Onions,
Hick Corn, Cases Hotter and Cheese,
Case Crnckcrs, Cnwii .Medium Hrcnd,
Colls .Manila Hope, Wrapping Pntwr, Ac
K, P ADAMS, Anct'r.
SALE OF REAL ESTATE!
Ily order nf John C. C'luney snd Jo'T'' ?',n,"f'' '
t hull oner for Mir at Public Aiiclloii .1 Inj- Hales Iloom.
in Honolulu, nt 13 o'clock noon,
ON SATURDAY, : : : NOV. 26th,
PARCELS OF REAL ESTATE
I til Alnanf Pahao. situate alWalkcle, Kwn, Island
nf 0hu, ecinptliigof livonpnss. Apniml, Inclutllnir
an area of 13 M tin acres, apiwrs!!, ItiiliidlnB an ar of
1 HI. IU) acres. Title, AMaril Wll, llnnndarlca settled.
Abntit one-half I. Illcc Uml. 'I Ids sale Is snjljjecl to a
leipefur lUyear from Hie li day of June, IS?J, at
n year's rriil. . . ., , , , ,,
I Land In I'nnaalana, Nunanti, Honolulu, eonslillng
of twnapana.. Kola Land, and abont an acre or halo
Land, iiiclmllttir an area of V acre ami Wl xpiaro lath
i,g,i Title, Award 1310. Itoyal Patent 7143,t Moa.
'I his sale l subject to a lease tn 1'ala for It) years from
the lit of May, W, at $.B rent per annum.
on Hie westerly angle of Merchant and Alakia directs,
Including an atca of 117 luuaro fathunia, with two
Dwelling Houses, Cook Jlotiso nml
situate thereon.' WATKIt LAID ON.
re" Deed at the ripcnse of pnictia'crs.
:. 1', AIIM. Atle'lr.
ON SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19
At in A. l. nl Hnlr Rama,
I) 1IAWI1 MULES
Broken to Harness and Saddle. Also, 1
LARGE GRIST MILL,
Suitable for a riantatlnn.
1 CANE CRUSHER
11. 1. AIAJlr, Anct'r.
Block, Fort St.
and we Cortliully Invite tlin Public of
Honolulu to Call nnd Eiatn
, ino our
HART WOTHKM, Proprietor.
Board by tho Day, Week or Traiwlent
Cig tv,2agtttt Ts
Ma Watw ud Umt XMd riaA;
MmIi ttrv UTlrat-CLaM StyU
AT All HWtv'Ms.
HENRY J. HART, 875 0 EU.I8A.HAmT
:Rjft SA NTrfi A N 0 J SC07
The Fsvorlte American nars
D. C. MURRAY,
F O HAVENS. Mastrr.
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above Port
Tor Freight or passage, apply to
F.T. LHNHHAN A CO., Agents.
FOIl SAN FJIANCISCO.
., Tim past clipper unto
A J. D. Spreckels,
!?v PIlIKS, Commander.
For Freight or passage, apply to
8TB u n W. MAlTAtlLVNi: A CO.
JiVll SAN JJt A N (JJ SCO.
Th" American HiirU
JM X-Jelon W. Vlmy
Will havo quick dispatch for above port.
8;? HI OASTLt: A COOKH. Agents.
1-011 SAN J'MiANOISCO.
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Fort
For freight or pasngc apply to
bT7 1 1 C, IlIlKWr.lt ACQ . Ar;ent.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP "COMPANY.
For San Francisco.
TJIK MI'LI;M)I1) HTIlAMNIIIl'
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about Monday Mov. 21.
for syd"neyvia Auckland!
TIIK MPI.EXUin HTKAMI1IIIP
CITY of NEW YORK
On or aboutSaturday, Nov. 26th,
For Fre'glit nod 1'ansase, npplyto
ST1 n. II. II AUKFUI.D A CO., Aceutn.
iiMiils lor .Nlllimi'nl ir Nlrnmrr cim nnw
lr JSIoicil, free nl liiirur. In the l'lrr.iroof
nrrlnnin nriir llic Wlfiinirr Hlimf.
I MAN I Kit.
Steamer Llkellke ill leave Honolulu ench Tuesday
nt I r. ., toucliltiKat Lahulna, ttanlaea 11a, Makenn,
tahukona, Kaualhae, Laupnhorhoc and llllo.
Iteturnlns will touch at all the aboie pott, arrltlne
at Honolulu each bnnday x, i.
oo- I'rnllt fur I'nmnic Jlonry. -w
W'c ponltlvely refurc to open tccounta for I'atfnccs,
and ho pnrllciilari) call the attcnllnn of the traveling
jiubllc totllonectlty of havluK UaBsapo and Frilnlit
plainly marked; the Steamer ulll not bo rriponilble
for any unmarked Ilarn;aKe, or for trilht or l'arccla,
uiileia ll"clleil loi.
Freight Money Dae on Somcnd.
In all caps of frilght for partlc not refponKlble, or
unknown, tho freight moncj 111 be required tnad mice
I'Al'UMIIM l I.KtIXIH.H Mllll WINK! 3llf
IIK I'l.AIM.V ,MAKICi;i
For the party horn they are for, or plainly etaled In the
receipt to iinom they art continued.
All demands for damage or Ioen muet be made ithln
In nnuuy liable for 1oa or accident to Ilc Ptock.
It?-Hack lrlerp, llo, and such like, II1 not be
allowed on board the, Miamer on arrhal, until after the
pitppenecra hare been landed.
6T1 WILDE11 A CO.
From Honolulu to Hilo Direct.
The A 1 Clipper Schooner,
Will aall from Honolulu lo llllo direct, and rlll call at
lntermcdlato I'orta on the return trip.
For Frcijht or Fair-ate, apply to the Captain on hoard,
1 SJl or A. KKANK COOKK, Agent,
A. FRANK COOKE,
AOENT FOIt THE FOLLOWING COAbTEHS I
"Wnflolo, c Mnlolo
Wnloll. ZV)n Julio,
rLAC.-Ited with While Uall. Ofllca
Kli and Niiuanu Btrectp
Corner of Queer,
GHAS. BREWER & COS
BOSTON LINJLOF PACKETS
Tim irn. i. m:
dispatched from Button for Honolulu on or
Tho lat day of Novetnber next.
Persons wishing loonier poods shipped by this vessel
should mall orders on or before September 2bth. For
further particulars apply tn ,
RTSJm C. BREWER & OO.
PLANTERS' LINE fOR SAN FRANCISCO
4iK O. Brewer Oo. Agents. St
3aH? Merchandise received KlornBC 're.JSS
and liberal canh advances made on shlnirenls by this
no. 780 ly C. DKEWKH & CO.
rpHK UNDE11SIGXKD HAVING
X. just added to his Merchant Street Establishment a
JOB PRINTING OFFICE.
Under the management of an experienced and
COMPETENT BOOK & JOB PRINTER
Isnowprepartd to attend to allwo k cntruited to
him lth promptness and In tho
HIGHEST STYLE OF TYPOGRAPHIC ART
Circulars, Corliflcntcs of Slock,
Lettor, Note, Sinlcmtmt or Dill Heads,
Contract, lhialiioHH or Visiting Curds,
Urn 1 1 a, Orders, Nnles, I'ruglutnmcs,
Shipping or Money Kocolpta, &c, &c.
Thl tn connection with tho long established Boos;
Ulndsry, Paper liullnr,,aiid
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY
Knablrs th undersigned In lay clalu to competency In
alldipariinrnls, as each it uudvr the care of experi
enced forilgu workmen,
TUB STATIONERY DEPARTMENT
Will carry a fall lino of Tapers for executing lllanka
of all Usix.riptli.iti, or lor spnlal sizes or iliis of blank
books. In addition to the ii.il.it tall assurttusst of Com
mtrclal. Lr4l udomce butlonery.
Conbtantij rccclTctl at (lie Fort St. Store,
Fine Stationery, Itooka, Fancy Ocojt,
Wliulrtor A Kewtou'a ArtUta' Mntetlals,
lluttvriek's Cut lHicr 1'atterns,
ltowcu'x Garden Scuds, 4e., 4c.
T o THOl. O. THWUW.
Clearance Sale of Pipe,
THE UNDKKSIGXED 1XTEXD8
to Clos. oat Ike BNTIRE hTOCK ol Tobacco.
Clcurttca, l'lp,'atl tteoktrs' buudrles on hand al
early data, .
At OM. iOF CstMh.
M 0 87S lot MRU. T. LACK. Fort Btreet.
, K4UVM aa WhoU Roxat ol b.i sli' r
Ml HOLLSs) vo,
J. XOTT & Co
TIN, COPPER & SHEET IRON WORKERS
rittniliers, Oas Filters,
nml Tin Iloofci'8,
Keep in Stock, Alllilnda of .Valeria! In Abore
BEST WORKING BRANDS
And are Prepared to Ejtrenle any ami
ILL HINDS WORHIH THESE BRMCHES
Ships' nml Schooners' Cnliooscs,
' Army Hangcs,"
cooking capacity for 1(0 men.
3VE E! T AL.S:
Sheet t ead. Sheet Copper. Sheet Zinc.
(lalvanlzed and lllack Sheet Iron. 10 to 28 Range;
I!oe Tin Plate, lc. Is, 1, Ixxx;
Coiipir Mlenm l'lpe, U to I In;
Sheet Copper, 1ft to M) or, to tqiiarc foot,
tlnneil and clean:
UraM Snider, Tlnman'a Solder, Uopper and llri Wire,
(lalvanlaetl Water l'lpe Ji. H, 1. 1'. Mi. 2 in!
l'nll Aoortmentof Elbou,Ta, unlona, etc.
Water (Hope t, Can Iron and Lead Holt l'lpe,
Hope Dlbbs, Step Cock;, lluln Illbbe,
Silver I'latedand Nickel llasln Cocki and rings.
Combination Coikp, for cold and hot uater;
Ho'C Coupling, 'lubtilar houcr Headt,
Haiti Tt'bi. Hop and Ccpperp.
Cart Iron Hlnkn, (oldcriiiR Coppcrp,
l'lpe and (fnp longp, '
Oalv. Clrciilntlnc Dot I err, for nipplylnsbalh link,
Ac, ltl hot aur;
Lead Pipe, !i loUln.
PER F. S. THOMPSON.
ONE 10 MIX L10HTS;
Library, Hall, Bracket, btudenta' and
Now on Hand, a Fine Asst.
Granite Iron "Ware
Mr. 1'nttP fad-Ironr i'tcH l'nn. Milk llollerp, HIpchI
Cutlerfl, .Icily Htrulnirp,Io:peLainpp,KtropeiifStovep
Toilet ftetp, .Itllv Mouldp, iPrcc apporltnciiti Dnpt
fcrub, Mioe. Yanfand Mnble Ururhcp. l'lotir and Jelly
Sicvep, Corn llroenip. Shoe Blacking. Door Mat, UiiEr.
Clolhes Wrlnirerp. Crlmplntr. Iroiir, aucc rn, tinned
and enameled; Chopplnslrnvp mid Knhc. Wire Meat
foverr. Clothes Tins, Stove 1'olleh, Ocm 1'ane, Cake
Crockery & Glass-ware
Such a( Cnna and Sancert, rialci. 3(4 to Wii Inchia
In diameter; Ilnwlp. Ilakere, Soup Turecnp, eijctablo
lll.hcp. Jlllk and Cream I'llchern. Ewer and Hanlnp,
Ciianihers, Tunihlert, Oobletp, Ungcr Bowla, Butter
and Sugar I)Uln, Cake Standi, etc , etc.
Carriage and Cart Material !
To Arrivo cz T. 8. Thompaon nnd
Felloes, T!lm. Spokop. Klnpley'p Axlcp. ditto half
Patent linger Carrlnto Iloltp. ditto Lampp. Sulkv Ilims
and Spokip. Huguv Shaft, Whlfllcireep, Fcrrulce, Ac.
Aiso, Ilorae and .Mn'e Shoep, ditto NbIIp.
OUK MOl TO "Nimble Sltpence,"
" And we Intend to light It out on this line."
J. NOT-T -Sc
Honolulu, Sept. 17th, 1881.
Brewer's Block, Fort St.,
OPENS THIS DAY,
SATURDAY, No ember 15th, at lO n. m.,
with its usual fine display
This Season's Selection Consists of
Hooks, Engravings, Panels & Mottoes
Ebony Frames, Brackets, Easels, Ac,
Hollywood Articles, of various kinds, for
Art Decoration. Taber's Art Goods
Leather, Satin and Plush Finished Articles of
Utility, plain and hand painted.
nisTVEIt l'l.ATElr, China, (ilass and Bronte Va.es,
Flower htanda with
bmokcrs' bets In China, Lava
and Wood, Ash Cups,
Ladles' Necessaries. In variety;
Odor Cases. Jewel Capes.
Haudkirchier, Ulove, Collar and
WORK BOXES AND CASKETS !
Card Hccelvers, Thermometers, Dlatrlf Sets,
t an", pinill, 'IIHini, ,ii.u biiu cmuiuiuiivM,
Whisk., In decorated cites. If ten stylet;
tukstundt and Paper Wi luhts, ill large
A Large Assortment of Mluature rant and Parasols for
Prang's and De la Rue's
Xxaas andNew Year
IN ALL TIIK LATEbT STYLK8.
TIKN.tlA (iOOIrN. In Card Cs.et, Jit momnna Hooks,
Cigar Ujsep. Pocket HMks. tnkstniids. Mirrors,
FINK rAPETElllKh and L'AHD bTAl 10NKIIY.
Ulolet, llouuay, rrcseniaiiou anu .ivistunurvus
Hooks, In a variety far exceeding tho display of
or "MKriltn lis nt.I.IKVINU." and a visit to
fiantaClaus' Headquarters, will convince you lhal fpr
varltty, quality and prlcei.tha stock l unsurpassed In
this city; and will bo uppnetsted by people uf taste and
refinement as exceeding In rlchnen and desirability
auvlhluc yet submitted to the public.
Tho Selection of Hookt for Iho Little Folkt la
full and a trvat to behold, comprising)
HOD I.I". V niHIM. Chatterbox. Llltla Folks. Nur
sery, hparklei for llrlght Eyes, Holly and Ml.lletoe,
Hip Van Winkle, Happy Hours, Companions, Hanny
Dsv, Chatterrrs, Aunt 1 oulia's. Picluret tn Paint,
Hlurn. liooks. Painting Hooks, Bible Stories, Ara
bian Nights 8iorls, Jlother Oooe.
BAItY'd UfsKKA, Under Iho Window, Afternoon
Tea, and other new sty art bookat 'I'isn. formation
To Uookt, Cloth. Paper and Linen loyllooks. Al
phabet, I'uulo aud tlulldlng lllocU, Crlss Cross
and Transformation blips, A. It. O.. Cootie, aud
Little Folks Cubes, Hcl.uiijhlln's lllocks X Oamrt.
VIIVS Snll .nil tsrlMl ss LVcr If nut moiB so In
tit lb chide lines obtainable i Ilocklrs Horses,
bhiMi Fly ltockert. Harrows rtagimi, r.t. of Furni
ture. Veloclpedee, llleycles, Dolls' Trucks, Peram
bulators, Cisiidall a Artillery, Locomotives, bteaui
boats. Tool Chests, Dulldln; lllocks. Drums, bhsm
Hihlt. Otmes, of various kludt: Toy Mu.leal In
ttiumenli, for everybody; Dolls, fn all varlely,
drosssd and undressed; Doll Dodlesnd Heads,
Dolls' bandrlca, Chrlstoias Candles, Candle, llrsck
eis, Xmas Tre Dccorallxrs.TlnToyi.in varttly;
Whit Wood Toys, Tin and Iron Banks. Iron Hlnru,
bad Irons. Chimes. Rasa Kills aud Uats, Itaboer
vails, ririor smhs. jiasas, Bu.s., auipiisu swAs,
Jnruplni Jacks, Brlttaola and China Dinner and
Tea bets. Laundry bets. Toy Brooms. Tops, Pistols,
Wlilpa, villa other attlcs too numerous o spactfy.
63-lra TKOsV O. THltPM.
BAlttiEY. 11UAK, COUN,
Wlvo est and Uy, pat ' D. C. Murray" jnd "W. H
IVI lt. VJ vubwas v ,w
Ilia MJe!y the Klnr l pleaed to addre th public
In Kwralahao Church, at 10 o'clock a. m., on Wednei
day the 10th. Ills MtJertyV birthday.
At Alllolant Hale, from J'J to S p. m., the public may
present their reupccta to III Jlajesty.
C, It. JUDD,
MM II, II. M. Chamberlain.
HawitiUn lalnnda, Honolnln, to wit i
To the Chief Clerk of (he Supreme Court of the Ha
waiian Islands, onECTttoi
tty virtue of tho power vepted In rac by the 812nd Sec
tion of the Civil Code, and deeming It ep.enllal tn tho
promotion of Jnitlce, I hereby order a Special Term of
raid Supreme Court to he holden at Honolulu, Inland of
Oahn, commencing ON MONDAY, the Slpt diy of No
vember, A. I). ISM, for th hearing of Capes In llancn;
and yon are hereby directed to make this order known
WITNT.SS my hand and the Seal of the
Supreme Court of I lie Hawaiian Islands
seat. at Honolnln, aforctald, thli Oth day of
A. FltANCIS JUDW,
M-3t 87D3t Chief .Imtlce fiupreme Court.
WrCHrnAT, the 16th day of November, being the an
nlvrrnary of the birth of Ills Majerly His King, ulll bo
ob'erved a a public holiday, and all offices throughuit
the Kingdom will be cloed,
II. A. P. CAIlTKlt. Minister of the Intirlor.
Interior ofllce, Novimher ,1, IM1. Ci B 2t
Auction Snlo of Awn License.
There will basoldat Public Auction ON THUIISDAY,
Dec. lt, 1881, the following Awa License s, for the term
of one year, from Jan. 1st, lSSli
Honolulu ,1 1 Koohuloa 1
Koolaupokn - 1 1
1 1 Mattawan 1
i 'i Molokaiand Lanal I
I I Ka - - 1
1 I Puna .1
.11 North Kohala 1
..I I South Kohala 1
' 1 Kanalhnu.i
I lime ...,
The Licenses for Iho Island of Oahu will be sold at
the front entrance, of Alllolanl Hale on the day abovo
named, at VI o'clock, noon.
Those for the other Islands will be sold In ther"spec
tlvedlptrlcta on the some date at inch places as shall
be designated by the several Mierln" or thilr deputies.
V3T UPSET PHICE-For Honolulu, $t) for each LI
cense; for llllo, Lalialna nnd Walluku, $1(10 for each
License; nnd for all other districts, J HO for each
-TEHMH-A deposit of a per cent, upon the fail
of the hammer, anil a forfeit of said deposit should tho
full amount of License not be pnld within 10daa from
the day or sale. II. A. P. CAItTIHI,
J'lnlster of Interior.
Interior Ofllce, November 7th, lfcSI. 8TS-C3
Saloof Leasoa of Government linnda.
ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMnCIt .Turn 1S8I, at the
front entrance of Alllolanl Hale nt 12 o'Llock noon, will
be sold nt Public Auction, the Leasep uf the following
linds, separately for ten years, situated In WAI.VIIOLE,
District of KOOLAUPOKO, Ipland of OAHU:
lt. That tract of land belonging In the Hawaiian
(lovernment known as AI'OU, containing
2IKI-UAA III, Containing
.'Iril liUAKSIirnil "
Plans of the aboie may can be seen and other Infor
raatlon obtained at the Land Ofllce of this Department.
II. A. P. CARTER,
MlniKtcr of the Interior.
Dcpar't of Interior, Honolulu 23th Oct., 2S81 61
Notico to Contractors and Bnildero.
Tcndirs aro wanted for building u l'Uh Market at
Lahnlna, and also for executing the alterations necess
ary In the widening of Queen Street, Honolulu.
rians and Specifications may be seen, and all other
necespary Information may be had at the Ofllce of tho
Superintendent of Public Works, on and after Tuesday.
1 he 1st prox, between tho hours of 10 and 13 a.m., and
2 and 4 r. M.
Sealed tenders for either or both of the above, work
will be received at the Interior Ofllce up till noon of
Saturday, the 1-lh prox.
Honolulu, Oct. fflth, 1881. OX 3t
Licenses Expiring in November, 1881.
1 Fllirn, Hotel et, Honolulu
1 Ah Kol.Maunakia at, "
3 John Robello, lor Ntinnnn and Hotel sis, "
ri O hcgelken A' Co, Nuiiauu st, "
G A M .Mollis, Fort st, "
6 TO Thrum, Merchant st, "
fi C .ifnng, Nuunnii st, '
H Conchce Ahuny, 1-ort st, "
8 Pe Nan Tong ,t Co, Hotel st.
8 Hop Ylck A. Co, lor Niiuunu and King sis, "
9 Ore Wo Chung & Co. King st, "
10 Ham nin, r.nuann si,
11 Win JI Winner, Fort st, "
11 Chung Ha), Niiuanu st, "
11 U Aebong. Hotel st.
12 L Copenhagen, Ninionn at,
13 Holllster.t Co, Niiuanu si, "
n Tim, O Thrum, Fort st, "
15 Wong Chu, Emma st, "
IS (1 0 Hcrgi r. cor tort and Queen at,
17 Jos Eni,p. Klngst, "
18 I) Plo, King st.
20 Ho Ping. King st, "
21 Chan Nlng Chong, Hotel st,
22 ('run Kce, Ulskoheo.
21 Ton Kim, Emma st. "
26 Allen 4 Robinson, Queen st,
1 Chun Man Hoon A Yen Chap Why. Honuapo, Kau,
1 On Chnug, " "
1 C Y Alona, I'apilkiiu. llllo.
4 Quong Looug, Naalrhil. Kau,
8 Cliunz Peu A. Co. Piinuluu, Kau,
8 A it Cleghorn, Hookenu, Koua.
11 Akal. Papa. South Kona,
IS Wal King Kee. Pllhonua, llllo,
20 Man Chcong, l.aupahochoc, llllo,
1 Hang Chong ,t Co, I
1 Ah Clioiig, Walkapn
,t Co, Pnla, Ilamakua,
h Hong Chong. Pnla, Ilamakua,
A ileen, .Makawau,
, , Attn
,w l. llm,,. .V l?hnrk ftinr. PsU.
Z A S Clcghorn A Cn, Kauntkakal, Molokll,
23 II Ollea, Walluku,
4 .1 D Ne.nl. Koloa, Kauai,
fl Aklona, Nanlllwlll,
ti Apol & Awana, Kleele, Koloa,
1 C Y Alona. Papslkou. llllo. Hawaii,
3 0 W Awa, Walohlnu, Kau. Hawaii,
4 Chung Kung Llong, Naalenu, Kau, Hawaii,
c iiinnrt Nnulllnlll. KunaL
8 Hop Ylck t l.'o, cor Nuuaiiu and King tts, Honolulu
11 Apana llapal, Punahoa, llllo, Hnwaall,
IS Achre, lluflnm' Hall, Honolulu,
18 Ah Hong & Ulluck King, Pala, Makawao, Maul,
31 Ah Chong, Walkapn, ilaul,
1 James Dodd, Pantheon Saloon, Honnlaln,
8 W Llhran, Ilojal Hotel,
10 Wing Wo Tal A Co, Nnuann st, Honolnln,
15 Lovejoy i. Co, Merchant it, "
1 Alona A C K Kapulc, Pala, Makawao, Staut,
I LtHal.Makawtto Maul,
10 Sam rilng. Kaneohe. Kooliupoko, Oalm,
M Chun Lu, Lahslna, Maul.
13 K P Kf awe. Watmea, Kauai,
a n MeKlbbln.Onern st. lloeoilllo.
WOH Wctiuore, llllo. Hawaii,
I W Q Irnlu A Co, cor Fott and CJnten Bis, Honolnln,
.1 J T II Wtethouse, Queen at.
7 do do King it,
8 Conches A Ahung, Fort st, "
I Alona A 0 K Kannle, Pal, Makawao, Maul,
I Kjomea. North hohala, Hawaii,
It Aktna A Ascii, Kaloplhl Norlh hohili, Hawaii,
U A Mcllryde, Koloa, haul,
13 UWen J llOtl, .luttjnt, , ,,v..w",,,
g3 j- pnavv, i.susios, wi.
51 W II HUe, Llhue, Kami.
5 Ah Qnl. Honolulu,
tl Alama, KoolanpoLo, Oahu.
M Q Ff itdUnds r, Kingdom,
1 J Dodd, rnlbeon Saloon, Honolulu.
John Baktr, Bja Oahn
8 Fred Caller. '
It (1 II Lucr.Jr, " "
IJ U P lsukea,
11 J.ihnllbbtts. " "
HUM Whllnej.Jr, '
IT J II Ci.ney. J " "
18 IV W Dlmond,
SI S M Dannn, ,,
W O D Freslb,
A Pi-oMavssl AmosdawBi,
To Artlela M of lbs Coaitlmtlon granttd by Ills Ms
csty KmliBif ha V. on th tUIB day of Aogut A. P.,
I8M, arnended airtt approved on ths IJth day of My
A, D. 1M8, ccordli.c lo Arllclt W of lbs Conitltutton.
Tb(.VitlelMcltbt Constitution bs and ths aans
li hereby amended o at to reta as follow t
Ihslr ssrviCM a wmpiuiatloa to be ascvrulncdby Uw,
but no Increase of
compensation shall take meet flnring tne year in wnicn
It shall have been made; and no law phill be passed
increa.tne tne compensation ot sain iirpirirnnmr
beyond th- sum of Five hundred Dollars for fieri
1 hereby certify the foregoing Hill passed Its third
reading In the legislative Assembly of the Hawaiian
Islands ontheinhdayofJnlyA.il. lev'-....
JAMK9 M. JIONSAlltUT,
677 01 nra Mecrelary,
To Article CI of the Constitution granted by Kamehs.
meha V. on the 2th day of August A. I). 1MI In accord'
nee wltli Article W of said Constitution
Section I. That Article HI of tho Conslltnllon granted
by His Majesty Kamehnmcha V. on the SUth day of An
gust 1SCI be and the same la hereby amended In accor
dance with Article BJ of 1st Constitution, by striking
out the words "five hundred" and by snbstltntlngtliere
forothe words "two thousand"' and by striking out the
words " two hundred and (Illy " and substituting there
for Iho words "nno thoupand" ao that the Article
shall re id as follows.
" Article CI. No person shall be eligible for a Ilepre
sentatlvo of the people, who Is Insane or an ldloli nor
unless lie be a male subject ot the Kingdom, who shall
have arrived at the full ago of twenty-one years, who
shall know how to rend and write, who shall understand
accounts, nnd shnll have been domiciled In the King
dom for at least three yeai, the list of whlfh shall be
the year Immediately preceding Iila elictloti and who
halt own real eslalo within the Kingdom of a clear
vlne over and above all Ir.cnmbnnces of at leapt two
thousand dollars, or who shall have an annual Income
of st least one thousand Hollars, nrriveu irom any
I hereby certify that Hie forcrnlng Hill passed Its
hint reading In the Legislative Assembly of Iho Ha
waiian Islands on the '.'th duy of August A. 1). 1W.
JAMKS M. MOSSAAnitAT,
877 01 3m Secretary.
NOVEMlir.ll 12, 1P81.
All advertisements for the Saiuiidat Pncss mnstbe
sent In by Friday noon. No Insertions for the current
Issue can be guaranteed when sent in later.
Advertisers will mark the number of Insertions de
sired, from which date they charge. Any not so marked
will bo charged J months. '
THOS. 0. THHUM, Manager.
NOTES OF THE WEEK.
TiinnE wna no criminal business In tho Police,
Court Inst Satnrdny.
TitEllnssinn man of-wnr Vu$tntk nailed Inst Sat
urday morning for Tnliiti.
pEnsoNH Benditip! nrlicles for pnbllcatlon in tho
1'ni.ss must nppenil thtir correct nnrnes.
Next Weilnesdiy, November 10th, will bo the
KinR'B blrtliilny which it n lesnl liolidity.
Jin. W.Ij. Wilcox is nclitiKl'olicoJnsticodurlnB
tho nbsenco of JuiIro Hlckcrton nt Wnlmcii.
SEvrnAi, lepers hnvo Intoly been broURut Ihore
from tho other islnntls to bo sent to Moloknl.
The telephone connections with tho centrnl of
Dco in Honolulu number olio hundred nnd sixty.
A FAtn In nid of the building fund of St. An
drew's Cnthcdrul will bo held on the Gthof Decem
ber. The interior of tho I'oKt-onicobuildiiiR has been
thoroughly rcnovntid nnd ro-pninted nnd looks
The hall nt Oahu College nnd tho platform in it
nro to bo cnlnrgcd, nnd other needed improvements
will bo made.
Ma, JI. Dickson hns nn excellent photograph nt
lrU gallery representing tho Itoyal Family inn
neatly nrrnnged group.
II. I. It. JI. Phtloun, having repaired the dam
age Hustnined by tho collision with tho 'schooner
.Vrims, Billed from this port on Thursday.
Wk publish n supplomeut this week, in which
will bo found Hot. S. E. Bishop's sermon of last
Sunday evening, on tho return of tho King.
On Thursday, tho :kl iust., Jlr. Hiehard Sprnguo
Stearns of Massaohtuetts, 0. S. A., was admitted
to practice in nil the Courts of this kingdom.
The yncht lPinnrfsxi' i3 announced to sail on
Jlottday next for llaui and from thenco direct to
Japan. Queon Emma will go to Alnui by her.
A VEitr large nir-pnmp for Hutchinson's mill in
Knn, Hawnii, arrived from San Francisco by the
JVU. SfiretUli, nnd will bo tnken from hero by tho
It is stated thai Jlr. Wnlsh, Deputy Sheriff of
JIaui, has announced his intention of resigning.
Should ho do so, Jlr. J. A. Magoou will bo ap
pointed to succeed him.
A concebt will bo given nt tho Lyceum this
afternoon when "Homberg's Toy Symphony, "
given nt the concert ou 'Thursday evening of last
week, will ho repented.
13 r order of Chief Justice Judd n special term
of the Snprenio Court will beheld in Honolulu,
commenting ou Jloudny, November "1st, lor tho
hearing of eases in banco.
The Ico Cream Social given in tho vestry of Fort
Street church on Thursday evoniug was largely at
tended. Tho Hand was present nnd nddod to the
enjoyment of tho occasion.
Os "Wednesday next, tho King's birthday, His
Majesty will address the public at Knwuihno
church at 10 a.m., nnd nt Alllolanl Hale from 18
to 2 o'clock r.M. will receive those who desire to
pay tLctr respects
Mn. Montana has in his window n number of
fine photographic viovvs of nil tho arches erected
for tho reception of the King on his return home.
'Iho largo Chiueso arch was taken from nil four
An nlnrm of flro nbont 7 r. M. on Thursday even
ing drew out tho tire companies for exorcise. Tho
alarm wits caused by tho burning of brush piles
near Fisherman's point, which uindo n big blaze
for n short time.
TnK weather has been cloudy for several days
ptst, nnd jesterdny afternoon about half-past two
o'clock it suddenly began to raiti nnd in i lew
minutes large streams of water were running down
the streets and pouring into tho harbor.
In addition to tho usual Friday nf ternoon ex
ercises nt 1'unnliou last week, n very enjoynblo
musical entertainment was gien in tho evening
under tho direction of Sirs, llnnford, which was
attended by n number ol friends of the pupils.
We nro informed that Postal Union matters nro
in tho hands of Mr. JIartin, Hawaiian Clmiit tt
offnh tn at Paris, who consents to seo tho thing
earned .through properly. Wo hope that this
kingdom will beuumun member of the Union by
The Ladies' Benevolent Society wish to express
their hearty tliAtiks to the Tublio for tho liboral
aid given at their Joo Cream Festival on Thursday
evuiiiug, and especially to thank Jlr. Merger and
the Hand for their kindness in furnishing inuslo
ou that occasion.
The first sociable of the lletliel Social Union
was held Inst Monday evening In the vestry of th
tMlml nhmrli. There uiru iuteresliui! literary
oierciBea which were blwliiy enjoyed by the hrg
number of people present. Apcvm read by Air.
JJ. r . JJIIIingunin will ins iouuu uii mu iui i.ie.
G: Thursday afternoon Hebbard's express team
became frightened on Queen street nnd ran
around Drawer A Co's. building snd turned bsek
Into Queen street where it ran into the aids
walk and broke tho front axle and did other dam
age to the wagon. The horse ran a llttlo further
and fell down when be was caught by a native.
Tim Trustees of the Library nnd Heading lloora
Association have consented to bet apart a division
for works on educational matters mid solicit ths
donation of publications of this ola. This
department will be open ut nil times and members
of tho recently organized Teaobcrs' Association
will have freo accesa lo it, nnd may take books
homo to lead or study when they so desire.
Wateb was struck last week at ft depth of 230 fee
In the artesian well bored by Mr. Arnold atLiie.Tbe
well was bored at the expenss ot Chinese on land
leased from the Mormon settlers. Nearly svery at
tempt at artesian well luring, except thoeo undo
In tho vicinity of Honolulu, havo heretofore proved
unsuccessful, aud thU should give encouragement
Following is the nrocrummo for the Hand Con
cert at Krama Squats, at t o'rdock this afternoon t
Ovulars Light Cavalry. .., .Suppe.
8lectlon-Tti LotnbSfdlauo V."!!1'
Piccolo Polka-Paplllo. new) i"'1r.r"'
quartet M-Tlia Hontsmsus' Farcwall Ucndlcuoka.
Last Sunday afternoon uTeDaoru for the safe
return of Kin JUlaiaus froru hU foreign tour
was chanted at the Catbotlo Church by the lilshop
of Olba. The service was attended by the govern
ment oescers, diplomatic and consular corps and
Xne uoottuota vrooa worn ""
I P oatiiae ana guu. ww - v
ind paid out of the Public Treasury! butnolne
onpenation shall take iftectdnrlng the year I
nltnr nnd nt various points In the aisles. The
church was neatly decorated for the occasion.
The Poola Association nnd n detachment ot
police on Jtomlav evening last visited tho newly
appointed Chief Jusllco, Jlr, A. F. Judd, nnd con
gratulated him on his elevation to that position.
Addresses weromado lo which Str. Jndd replied.
Sir. II. II. Austin, Second Associate Justice, was
next visited. Short addresses were niado in bohalf
of the Poola Association and the polico lo which
Sir, Austin responded in nn npnropritto m Minor.
Last Monday tho transit of the planet Mercury
oTer tho nun's diso was observed front tho old
"transit of Venus atatlon" by Str. O. II. Hock
well of New York, who camo hero for tho purpose.
He was assisted by Jlr. J. F. llrown. Jlr. Lyons
and Prof. Alexander nlao observrd It with n small
Instrument planted nt tho back of Alllolanl Halo.
Tho day fortunately was clear nnd tlio result, on
tho whole, aatisfnetory. Only two or three ob
servations wcro lost by passing clouds obscuring
W: by no means wish to be " prophet of evil ;"
but nevertheless we must remind cur readers that
November has nlway been noted ns the most
sickly month of the year In these Islands, nnd
especially so in Honolulu. Already wo hear of
cases of colds and fevers among children. Marin,
the Sniniard, who resided forty-fonr jenrshero
and died Oat. 30, 1K17, says in his dlnry i " No
vcniber is the month in which tho most rain hns
fallen, nnd it hns generally been sickly nt that
period j the sickness hn continued, inoro or loss,
until February, nnd often until May t coughs,
iullnonzn, fevers, with somo yenrs spitting of
blood. Tho, highest temperature noicd is 80 In
Lottemes nre, wc believe, recognizod ns Ram
bling by our statutes, but it is carried on without
Interruption nmong tho Chinese residents of
Honolulu. Wo were shown n Chlnoso lottery ticket
tho other day by n gentleman who had bought it
with n viow of getting posted In the matter, Tho
ticket was n small sluel of paper covered with
rows of Chinese diameters, and tho purchnsor of
n tickot Is told to mark any ten of the characters.
The manager of tho lottery then marks or blots
them over so ns to obliterate them. Further than
this the thing is u mystery to thoso who do not
umlorstnnd Chinese, The managers havo every
thing in their own hands apparently, mid it is not
likely that many of tho tickets win prlrcs.
II r way of S in l'ninclso j now h hns boon received
that the missionary mckot Monitnif &tnr arrived
nt Apaintig, Gilbert Islands. July !U, nnd had left
for llutaritari to complete the circuit of thogronp.
Sirs. Snow rcmniued nt tho Mission Station. nwnit
ing tho vessel's return, previous to resuming her
voyage to Knsaio, llev. Sir, Taylor was reixirted
to bo in feeble health, lttv. Sir. Wnlkup nnd wifo
nre well. It is hoped that Kov. S. Knhoa, tho Ha
waiian nssistant will not retnru this yenr, nn nt
first seemed prolmblo. Ho has proved hltnnolf n
very valuable helper. Two of tho students in the
Training School from Tnplteuen had nn nltercn
tiou ono night and cut each other bidly with
knives. They wcro sent back to their homes on
It appears from theUratid C. nnd R. Secretary
of tho Sovereign Orand Iiodgo of the United States,
that tho Grand mid Subordinate LodgLS reporting
to the Sovereign Grntid Lodgo, show nit nggregato
of 4'G,!M-' mtmbcrs, tho largest number over
returned ; add to this thoso in Germany nnd Aus
tralasia, probably 1G,CU0, makes nuarlr half
a million of Odd Fellows, whoso nim is eharity.
Within fifty yoars MG.OOO brothors nnd 127,1. I
widowed families hno been relieved, 1)1,000 broth
ers burled, orphans havo been clothed nnd edu
cated, nnd in tho fulfilment ot the great com
mand of tho law "viit I bo sick, relievo tho dis
tressed, bury tho dead, nnd educate tho orphan,"
Iho order records :ll,0C3,00O expended, benido
tho conutlt ss thonsinds of which no just estirnntn
can bo made. In the past vcar, 1SS0, if l.(;83,lUO.r,')
has been expended in relict of sick nnd distressed
We hear it rumored that several amateurs of
this placo propose to tender n complimentary con
cert, vocal nnd instrumental, to onr worthy band
master Jlr. H. Dorger. such concert to tnko place
in tho latter part of this month nt tho JItisia Hall,
As tho concert is lo bo under tho patronage of tho
King and Queen, and jndging from tho talent of
thn parties who havo pledged their snpport and co
operation, wo vulture to prognosticate u musical
treat nnd a financial success. Tho object isn com
mendable one nnd wonto pleased to unto this ex
pression of appreciation of long years of faithful
Bervico nnd of that willingness nnd readiness to
work gratuitously whenever tho interests of tho
community, ns n whole or otherwise, seemed to de
mand n sacrifice. The programme will bo varied
nnd such ns our musical friends will bo pleased to
listen to. We hopo to bo nblo to glvo it in full in
our next issue.
In responsa to tho call published in tho PnEss
last week, n meeting of teachers was held nt the
Lycoutu on Tuesday ev cuing. Itov. W.,L. Jones
was chosen Chiiirmin nnd A. T. Atkinson Secre
tary. It was voted to form n Touchers' Associa
tion of the Hawaiian Islands, nnd n constitution
was Adopted. Anyono engaged in educational:
work can liecomo n 'member by nigning tho con
stitution nnd paying nn nnnnnl membership ot ono
dollar. J. no constitution is to oo printou nml
sent to every teacher, with tho hopo that ovcrvono
will join tho organization. A Committco of Ar
rangements wns appointed to call n convention ou
tho tirst Slonday in Jannarj. It is hoped to se
curo tho prcsonco nt that timo of the teachers
from tho other islands. It is proposed to havo n
two da)s' session nnd to secure lectures, addresses,
and discussion on educational topics. Much cm bo
done nnd much needs to bo done in such n con
vention to awaken proft ssioiial enthusiasm in thu
cortM of teachers nud raise tho atandardof eduat
tion in tho various i-chools, nud it is to bo hoped
that nil, native nud foreign, will do their utmost
to encourago tho movement.
Followino is n record of tho Police Court pro
ceedings for Iho week: Pnnknutn, larcency ot
f;old watch, sentenced to imprisonment at hard la
lor for one month nnd to pty it fuio of f nnd
$1 M) costs. Ah Ahin, having opium in possession,
lined iJfiO, nnd sentenced to two months imprison
ment nt hard labor nnd to pay $.! 40 costs. Long
John nnd Fook Choc, having opium in possesion,
fined $50 ench nnd sentenced to two months' im
prisonment nt linrd labor, and Fook Choe to pay
kl 30 costs and Long John ?1 SO; caso nppoaled to
Supremo Court. W. M. Gibson, libel, waived ex
amination, nnd committed for trial to the Supreme
Court nt Jnuunrv term 18eW. Kohalewai, druukeu
ness, forfeited $S hail. Ah Abiu, assault with n
deadly weapon on Laika Ileku, mid fined $10 nud
sentenced to llvodnvh' imprisonment nt hard la
lior nnd to piy $1 w costs. Kennahunu, disturb
ing quiet of night, forfeited $12 bail. Ionno nnd
Punahoo, nssault nnd buttery on Ah Chin, fined
,$12 oncli, oats S?l 10. James McDonald, assault
and battery on John Knlmn, fined if I, costs 1 110.
P.H.Tripp, drunkenness, fined $12. costs l?l 20, It.
Lludsey, simo charge, forfeited $0 bail. Charles
Williams, carrying ueauiy weapon, nneu if iu costs
$1, Amufca, larceny, remanded subject to order
of Court. Charley, threatening lifo nnd property
of Ah Nee Fat, continued to-day, John Hnloy,
drunkenness, fined $5, costs $1, Kenkn Napae,
insanity, committed to Insano Asylum, Civil
record. T, If. Foster vs. Lualalani, refusing to
servo according to contract, committed to prison
to remain at hard labor until ho consents to serve
according to law. Koloa bugar Jo. vs. I rnnk
Green nud Charles Williams, same charge as
nbovc, ordered to serve their contracts according
to law, costs taxed nt $2 110 each. James Lovo vs.
J, Ala pal, action to revover & interest, judgment
for plaintiff for $(!, costs $.1 45. J, 0. Glndo vs.
Tinteuoo, deserting hound service, defendant
tlued $1, costs SjfH, tliia being tho Bccond ollunco.
There have boon n few showers in different
parts of the island, but much moro is needed.
On Sunday tho Uth Inst, tho Kau district was
blessed with copious rains throughout its outiro
extent, from Kahuku to the volouiu, from four to
aix inches havlnc fallen. Thu Nuulebu and Pa-
hula plantations nro grinding to their full capa
city, the litter having turned oat oyer 2,700 tons
of sugar since itcummooced work IS months slues,
nud it is now turning out over U00 tous of sug.tr
regularly per mouth,
Dumim tho month of September last a China
man named Alona disappeared under clroum
stances which awakened suspicious that he had
been murdered. Ho was last seen on tho road
from Kohala to Kona. nnd shortly after another
Chinaman reported In Kohala that Alona had
given him seventy or eighty dollars while on his
way to Kona. Search was made by the iwllcs, aud
Inst week his body was found ou thu sido of llaa
jalaf. A coroners itirpiest was held by Deputy
Sheriff, D. Mnknimni. of Kona, and on careful
Inquiry and examination tho jury came to the con
clusion tint he camo to his death by starvation t
that ho had wandered from the road nnd bad
become exhausted and was unablo to proceed
'further. A ring was found on bis finger snd a dol
lar in bis pocket, and the manner in which his
body was lying altogether indicated that ho did
not die by violence.
The dry spell at Spreckelsville was broken on
the 24 int. by n few ahowers, tha first In several
weeks. The ''oldest Inhabitants" think the wet
seruou will soou set lu.
Moxdat the 31st ult, a nro was discovered in
the cane-fields of the II. C. C. The plantation
hand turned oat lu full force and soon extin
guished the flames. Fortunately the wind was not
vary strong at the time, or the damages would
nave ueen coruuaernDic.
On Sunday, Oct. fetHb, tUe minister from Malta
woo bald divine service In one of the new build,
ino at SpreckeUyill. A very encouraging con
grrgatlon was present. Although there are several
hundred men in the camp it U the first time
service has been held here iu a number of mouths.
Aarclal train brought those who wished to attend
I nm Kahvl-L
The Native Fresa.
The A'McIort, in an tditorin! entllled-'MIonori
to tho KinB,"hn tho following: "Wo aro always
ready to honor tho Throno of Hawaii, nnd ths
King who sits upon It! wo entered into tho uni
versal rejoicing of the past few days for tho happy
return of our King, nhd for his honorable recep
tion In nil foreign countries of tho earth. Wo
nre all loyal poopla under tho taws of our country,
and always law-abiding) nnd thereforo wo shall
not bo denied tho privilege of commenting upon
what takes placo In tho presence of everylKxIy.
"Wo approve of most of tho demonstrations
which have taken placo in honor of tho King's re
turn. It I well tint Hawaii should, In her loving
heart, chctlsh the honor of her chiefs; bnt It is
not well therein to exceed tho bounds that are
allowed for earthly Kings. It is not well to forget
Ono who Is Lord of Lords nud King of Kings. It
is Impossible to npprovo of ccrtnin proceedings
that took placo in tho P,alaco gronnd on Jfonday
nnd Tuesday last, Thoso prooeedlnRS were not
honorable, but degrading: nud it I not likely that
His Slajesty wns pleased by such Improper scenes
enacted in his presence. The highest honor that
wo tho iw oplo can pay to onr King is to cnrefnlly
nbsorvo tho laws of nia Government, nnd so to
pursue our several avocations, that our good name
ikon sweet savor will go abroad. That pcoplo
which knows how to live in pence, in good order
nnd Industry, ronstltnto a moro valuable crown to
their country than ono of gold. We speak thus as
Hnwnil.ins, "not In the spirit of fault-finding; but
from our love of our people nnd a deslru to honor
our chiefs. Slay God preserve them."
A comspondent of tho A'iioAcw writing from
Halkn, Jinui, sas that a petition has been circu
lated in JIaknwno nnd extensively signed, praying
tho powers that bo for the removal of tho District
Justico nnd the Deputy Sheriff 'tho cnusu of com
plaint not slated.
A writer lit tlio Vat At'tia has n column nrticlo on
tho nppr aching elections, under the caption,
" lllcct I tolllgent nnd Independent Slen," and
ndvises tnu return of thu in em hers of tho last
Attotln r writer, npparently from Wnllnkn, Is
much oxeitcd about tho rejsirtltt the KUI that
Str. Armstrong prophesied in New York that tho
ilitwalinna will nil bo dead fifty jenrs hence. Ho
siijs: "Alas for this people, If tho evil prediction
uf ono of its government officers shall coma to
imbh. 'It would seem that ho has no iucentivo to
eiert himself in his otllce, for ho hns no lovo for
itnwali, its King, or Its pcoplo. If this is his work
of sorcery in tho Government, thero is no use iu
works for the Improvement of tho people, Iho
prosperity of tho Government, or the perpetuation
of Hawaiian Independence." Hut, ho concludes!
"Let him say what ha will. Let the Hawaiian
pcoplo remember that God in His loving kindness
sent His servants to Hntvali net to ctevnto and in
struct us out ot tlio depths of Ignorance; that His
Holy Spirit was given, wheroby national Indepen
dence wns Bccured nnd wo lm-.o lived in tienco to
this day. It is to Illm only wo should look to pro
servo the nation mid its Government of whole
some laws forever. Ho built up this nation, nnd
Ho can preserve it in His good pleasure. It does
not depend for its preservation upon this ono
child of Armstrong, nornpon tlio children nf other
missionaries, nor upon man at nil, Thurcfore, nil
truti Hnwnlinus, turn yu to tho Author of nil good,
who will preserve yon ns n nntion."
An item in tho same paper says : " Wo hear that
tho Bum total of tho valnatloit of property in Ho
nolulu has been greatly increased thruugb tho dire
ful gleaning of Tnx Assessor Hush, far exceeding
tho valuation in the timo ot Charles Judd. Thin
shows the vigilance of tho now AHscssor,"
Tho Kltle hnsn leading nrticlo on tho "Hawai
ian Htiln." It says: "In the newspapers of tho
other side, which nro always opposing everything
Hawaiian, thero has lately appeared some very
abusive talk about tliti Hawaiian hulas, nud dero
gatory nlso of our King. Thoy luviio tho hulas
that took place in tho Palaco grounds ou tho
nights of Monday nnd Tuesday of last week, nnd
thoy speak scornfully and meanly of the King for
permitting nnd listening to them. Tho real mean
ing of tho words they use is this Tho King is
nware that these indecent proceedings nnd tho
wrigglings of Iho body, will lead to Impure results
nud bo ruinous to tho people, but jet ho sanctions
nud tnkes plensnro in them.' Aud tho ideas of
tlicso ruvilers of tho King will bo sent to news
papers abroad, thero to bo published to tho effect
tlmt tho King permits nud supports public inde
cency, 'Xhcso publications not nowovor sufficing,
wo learn that one of tho religious fathers pronuhod
in tho Fort Street Church last Sunday evening on
this same subject, nnd tho drift wns tho samo ns
tint of iho newspapers. Now wo unreservedly
say, that nil hulas or daucos nro equally good and
equnlly bad. If thu movements of tho body hero
nud thero constituto tho evils of tho Hawaiian
hulas, how is it with thoso of the foreigners,
wherein tha mint nnd woman turn faco to fnoo,
and hug each other, tho mnsio plays, nnd tho two
sway nbout nud whirl iu tho dizzy mensute why is
there no evil lu this ? la it because of tho lino
clothes, tho beautiful toilets, nnd tha etlquotto of
ths ball room, that thereforo thore Is no ovil?
Not sol All this will not provent improper
thoughts iu tho minds of men, or women either, if
so inclined, Thereforo tho hula is proper to tho
Imro minded, nnd uvsl to tho impure, whether it
io the hula ot tho Chinitmau, thu South So.i Is!
nuders, or any other. Tho hulas nboro alluded to
weru much liked by Hitvvniiiius, to whom thoy
huvo been handed down from remotn nnccstura;
nnd wo neither mtw nor heard anything in them to
find fault with that is reserved for those who nro
desirous of reviling, ridiculing nnd putting con
tempt upon the King nud the Hawmiau people.
Iu soma of thu groat countries which tho King has
been visiting, tho relics of customs, habiliments,
and other ancient things nro prusorvod to this day;
nnd ho it is with the Hawaitans. But if tho pro
dictions of certain pcoplo nro fulfilled, nud wo
pray they may not then, nt tho expiration of fifty
veils allotted for tho extinction ot the nation, will
havo nlso disippcnrcd tho ancient hulas'of tha
chiefs nnd tho people. Somo ot tho hulas on tho
occasions roterred to, celebrated tho battles of
Honolulu, Oct. 28, 18l.
Editor Saturday Pjiess: I wish to any a v.ord
or two in favor of revivals, and any other religious
movements tonding to the peace and happiness of
our follow creatures and tho glory of God. Re
vivals appear to bo a special effort put forth by
the Lord for tha salvation of souls) whether this
is literally tho caso I am not hare to discuss. W
know that tho lovo ot God for Ills creatures up to
tho eleventh hour does not abate) that Ho Is al
ways desirous, not nt ono timo mora so than nit
other, for our happiness, but in speaking ot ths
attributes and character and doings ot God, wo
havo to express ourselves in tho laugur.go of man,
as our S ivior adapted His words nnd ideas to our
comprehension ns, for instance, in the parablu of
the lost sheep. I havo noticed a ben leave her
brood of little chickens to go In search of a lost
chick of hers slio beard chirping In tho dis
tance, A passer-by not knowing the circumstance,
mlgut pass ft voto ol censuro uioii what no woulil
consider n want of maternil Instinctive love Uihir
offspring, upon seeing tho group of little ones all
huddled up timidly in a corner. I may just here
remark that this is too oftun tha caso with us; our
superficial and limited Lnowledgo of things and of
motives lead us Into uncharitable remarks of
others, and thereby to commit sin. No doubt re
vivals happen according to the fitness of things
aud these things take moro or leas timo, but tho
deln j s are not uf God but of man.
There mnst bo found n man willing, devoted
nnd fitted to preach. Moses' oxreriencs In tho
wilderness was part ol that dlvino discipline fit
ting him, ns nfilictiott fits others, for God's work.
Thero must bo Home in the church fitted to nourish
new born babes iu Christ. Human sympathy is es
sential to nearly It not quite nil of at. The human
heart must nlso be prepared by tho terrors of
God's Judgments. Let a great calamity fall upon
an individual, upon a community, upon n nation,
in ono ahnpuor another, then thero is a revival,
puuplo praying to God. As the farmer turns up
and exposes the hard soil to tho fruotlfylng influ
encca of air aud sun by tho plough, so the judg
ment of God prepuo the heart to receive the
spirit and son iu many esses. It Is wise to seek
tlio Lord while no calamity is at hand, while pesos
exists, lest in times of great trouble and Iho anger
ot tha Lord, su to sjoak, your conf ualon preclude
n L0iiiiina couveraioii. I have hod the hainiinea.!
to witness several revivals before coming to this
Elsce. I have seen their rise snd fall; by fall
ore expressed, 1 do not Imply disgrace, but ces
sation, subsidence) I have seun the divine 1 suture
and tho human side ut error iu tbeiu, but its holy
mark, its dlvino Impression was left, to the joy of
many souls. Just ns our previous Savior and
Lord Jesus Christ daring Ills preaching of the
food will nnd love of Uod to man, left the seal of
lis power, his influence nnd virtue after him, not
withstanding the frequent errors of good Inten
tion of many of His followers. (To be continued.)
The Bvnu CoxvKsvr.
PlavcM of Worship.
SfAs'sHiTHaL lies H O Damon, Chaplain. Kiss;
llreet, near the bailors Horn. Preaching at II a M,
hosts free, babbalh bchool before the morning tsrvlcs.
Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening! at 7)f o'clotck
FosrrrtiairrCsijivoB lttv j. A. Cruaan Pastor, corusr
uf Fort sud Bertunla streets, Preaching on Bandar,
at 11 A an 7)i r . Dibbatu hchool silo A U.
Mr AnoieWs Catksdbal English services! Ut Itav
tb Ultaap of Jle-solala and Kev Tuo BUckburn. Ha
waiian strvlcMi lUr Alex Mackintosh, d.. Holy
Communion; XULi, Msttni sad Bcraton (Hawaiian)) if.
Matins, Litany ana osrraoa tengiiiaj, , vsnooi
(Hawaiian); 7.3f), Evcnsoaf sod rJirmonlugllsb).
Komax Catsouo Catracs-Undsr ths cheats ot R.
Rv Bishop Mil.itt. oatUled by Kev Bibo alerasna t
yort !(. near BtrsUnla. bcrvlc evtry Baaaey si
10 a x snd 1 r .
Kawaiaiiao CmincK-JUv II II Parker. Pastor, Klag
trett, above lb Palac. Services In Hswellaa every
bnndtj l II A . hsbUth bebool at 10 a . Kvtanf-;
semes, tt y o CIQCK, eiumauuK ruajkaaaaaupni.
utstrict sceii97s in various caafwi at a. r
meeting veryfvV?daediy at TH .