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itoyoi.vi.tr, dkckmiikii i, iwi.
limine", forlhr weeU hiibeen materially Interfered
with by the spell nf rainy weather lhl has preTallcd,
Imt wlilth Inn been Ihormichly enjoyed, as nn doubt
lliCKen'tmn Mini hire ...tended thrnnt;iionlthe whole
grnnp and will fjrote of Incalculable benefit In both
planters ami trailer".
nhlppInK moTementa hare been nitnrally restricted,
both enastwlae ini) fnrr Ign, To-day htweter, the W II
lllmond eineeta to pet off for Ihe coast, with (rood fall
cargo. The tmr City nf New York arrlred Monday
night some what behind llmr, harln;: been detained In
Sun Francisco, walling for Ihe milli, llernewa In the
Jlh lilt. Ii not of material Importance to ns it present,
lint Ihroitlliok of In e flct on Ihe future nf these Is
lands may prove of no little signlfle ance, both commef
dally and politically, tthleh nf will notice more
fully In a future Issue. Or.rSsn Pranclico letter show I
Uiepisslblllty nfn early ehinge In the redaction of
limn In cnnveylnjj Ihi nulla across the Continent,
whir b will be rif considerable convenience to this port,
i tlie rhancca wniiltl then be fivnrahle for Hie. Mall
.VramcM arrlf Ins In the day time on Hatnrdaja.
In the market tttolallina of Inland produce, n lower
ralr ll reported In nil our product', with little prospect
of early relief, especially In rife.
The tale, of Leases of Onrrrnment Land' nnlhe.tnth
lilt situate hi Walalinle, Koolaupnko. sold to Chinese,
fnrWyeare, payatila annually In advance, follow.!
In I'onfhee A. Alum:, three pea or tract" known a
Apuu, Kaaulu and Kiialoknmu for Jl. )(0atid $ITO
respectively! to MingUhen Iwn tracts, Kamnpall and
Kupipaulail for $11 and $S0 rich, and toAinan three
pieces for Jlffl.
The sain nf A licenses by auction look place aa
advertised, all of which fnr the Island of Oahu having
been purchased by J I llnttertt, Esq,, the three for
Honolulu rcallrlni; II,:1', while those for Kimlaiilna
and Koolaupnko brought JIM and I'.T.V n speellvrly.
POUT Or HONOLULU.
NnrtMich Kekanlnnhl, from llanalrl
feb Kaalt, frmn N'alsnae
W-I'MNS I'lty of Mew York, Cobb, from Wan K
hch .ilarlnti, from Hamakoa
!M Am bk U O Wliltmorc, .-h lUlier, from Depar
Kelt Mary fouler, from Knna and Kan
lice 1 Hrh Mbnllho, from Itonoapu
Hon bk Chlclayo, Orlando, from New Cattle,
Heb llalcakalu, from l'cpeken
2 Htm fw.iUnl, from linns, Kan nnd Maalaea
fell .Inlla, from llllo
Am tern Eva, 1'aul, frum Eureka
Nnrt-1 M H H City nf New York, Cobb, for Sydney
;m-Mtni l.lkellke, for Wltnliiaid I'orls
Mm Kliauta lion, for Knhiilul
Htm I.tliui, for .Molokal mid llnnn
Htm (' It Illation, for Kalm ami Walinr
-Win .las .Mukec, for Knpoa itml llnmijel
Am bktno Amelia, Newliall, for I'Tuwnaentl
Hureka Arrtveil Nor 1U, Am acti Caaale llayward, I.e
lijilllaUT. hence Oct U.
Han KrancNco Arrived Nor II, Haw bk Kalaknua,
Jeiika.heiKntirtU: Nov tG, Am bktnn Kureka, Kmer
enu, henec Oct xt; Nov in. Am eclir Anna, renbiillow.
bpoeo Oct i"i; Nov 1H, Am btuo Coniuelo, Howanl, ll
da)4 from Kithiilul.
Ci)nii Siiltcil Nor 2 (lor bk Ceylon, for Honolulu.
Hjdney-Arrlrrd Nor 15, I'M H H Allttrnlla, Cnrr;lll,
Port (Innililr Arrived Nor 19, Am bk lliicna, Vlala,
Calhoun, bencu Oct 'M
Veaanl lu Port.
Am I. kino Y II Illmnnd, Hnudlett
Am liktun Dlicotery. I'errlman
Haw hlIi Jennie Walker, Knacke
iitu blne V II Meyer, llov,n
Am liktnn.l A rnlklubur, Hubbard
Am lik Unlh-irlen, llopklna
Am bk O I) Whltniorc, ShlllaDcr
Hvu bk Ohlclayo, Orlando
Am tarn Kvm, 1'aul
Veaaola Ezpootvd nt Honolulu, from Foreign
Itrlt hlp Hlr Lancelot, bhortland, (Harrow, dne. (1.
U. Marfarlane t Co, Ai;eiit4.
tier bl. Adinila, Debarde, Itremen, due I)rcl5, II. Hock
fold .1 Co. Auelila.
llr bk Kebrayd, New Caille, N, H. V to aall
about Oct l. Wilder X Co, Aircnta.
Am bk Amy Turner, Newtdl, New York, due Jan 1.VSU,
J llrewer On, Agent
licit ablp Dukn of Abercnru, lllnnle, Liverpool, due Jan
2Ti-iJ0, . Ageuta
icbr Alaska. J.ilult, via Marqtievaa, due bitter
p irt Dec, llackfrld .1 Co, AkciiI
(Icr bk U It llldmp, Waltera, Ilremeu, due Feb I-.1, II
llackfebl ,Vt:r Amenta
(ler bk Aulauta, Moliriniinn, Liverpool, due March 5-10,
J T Walerhonae Ayent
Ilrit bk Hurl Dallioiiflle. Jarvli, London, la!jt Mlchnele,
duu Marrli 10-I.V llrewer A. Co. Agents
Ilrlt bk Nineveh.. New Castle, N. S. , to sail
Nov l.th, 0 nri wcr & Co, Agents.
1'MSS City of Sydney, Ilearborn, bydney dne Deo
I'.'tb, II llarklehl ,V Co. AgcnW
1' M H 8 eiilundla, Chertller, Han franclsco, due Dec
2llh, II ll.ickfeld .tC'o. Ayeuta.
Ilrlt bk I'mlflc hlopi, llurnea, New Cattle, N K W, load
ing No Int. Wilder Xl'o, Acenla.
Ilrlt H S Anler Head, , Han 1'r.iucleco, duu Dec
H U, 11 llnckfeld A. Co, Agelila.
Am erhr Anna, rcub.illow, Han Francisco, due Dec 10-
W tl Irnln v Co. Agenle.
Am bktue Hnrekn, Kmerson, San Francleco, due Dec
lo-ia, , .went
Haw lik ualnkiuiii, Jenki
ka, ban Francisco, duo Dec &-10,
Am bk Kdwnril May, Johnson, Liverpool, to sail nbnut
Deo '.Mill, ., Agents
Am bk turness Abbey, Ouest, Iloslon, tu sail about
Dec l.'i, U llrewer t Cn, Agents,
Am bttiu Consnelo, Howuid, b.m Francisco, for Kabn-
lul, due D.cHM.V
Am bktnn Klikltai.lloldnsoii.l'orlliamble, II llnckfeld
A. HoH Agents.
Am bk lluoim Vista, Cnlboun, l'ort ILimbK-, II llackfelcl
A Co, Agent.
Am bk Kmernbl, Lord, l'ort Gamble, Hackfeld Jt Co,
llrbk I.Uite Hell,
Llrerpool, T II Davlca A.
I. I'. I. II. lat. SI M' N. Ion. IMr lb" W.
A tr I veil nil 1 1 (in nl ll I II nil llin tlti. nt 11 ,'Jll ,. m.
Hipcrtcii(.cd outbi'st winds uiitll within 13 hours
or lhl port, when strong souttieaat wluda wcrumet
which cnii tinned mitt! urrlial.
he i baling bk Tbo l'otie. Millard, arrlvid at Han
Francisco Nor, Mth, fioni her svioml cruise North Ibla
aeaiou, with tA) bids oil and ITiU lbs bone.
The MclfiHi (Clitnu Merchant Cn.a btmr) goea to Lon
don with rt cargo of tea, and also lake as passenger
number of Chinese, who are going to es
tablish u iiieicniitlle loinpany lu London; and It has
been iiiggrsled that aim li tbo pioneer nf a movement
which litis much more ambitious objeils In view than
ine mere carrying or tuner people a, cargo.
The Am bk lldward Mar, Johnson, baa been charter-
ed to load at Llvrrpool for this port to sail, about Dec
The Am bk Fiirnesi Abbey, Capt duesl, l(Ht tons baa
been cbnrlvreil by Messrs Cliarlr llrewer A. Co, of Ho,
ton, lo take the l.dwartl Ma) ' place In the lloton lino
of paekcla, fur this port; she was to lcavo Iluatou about
Messrs llrewer .t Co of llotton, ate having a new
bark built similar to the AmyTiirntr ami Kdwaid May,
to run In the Honolulu ,fc Iloslon lino of packets, hlio
will be called the John 11 llrewer.
The Am, bgtnn Consnelo, Howard, on her list trip
from Kaltulut to ban Francisco, made ih run to the
bar U 12 day, where she was becalmed ami did nut get
In till licit day, 13 days passage.
The Ilrlt H H Anjer Head was expected at Han Fran
Cisco from China when Ihe City ul New York sailed,
bhn would remain In ban Frsncl.cn about a week, anil
then return to Hongkong via Honolulu. Hhv may be
looked for lu about a weekur tendi)a. Hbe will be
laid ou for Hongkong Immediately on arrival.
Tbeb'.'IneNtnltuti illlluudrrgolngrepalreat Kiumea
The Ant hktne. niavovtrr I at thanld Custom nnnte
whvrf loading for Man Francisco, tu sail in about a
Tho Am bgtne W ll Meyer Is at llrewer Jt. Co' whirf
loading for ban Francisco, to sail In about a week.
The Ambk Oalbailtu Isat llrvwer .t Ca'a vvbarf dli
charging a general cargo front .Nw York.
Tho Am bktne Amelia bia discharged her lumber
and sailed yesltrday tor l'ort Tuvvnseud,
The Am bkltie W II Dlmund bacomplleil her cargo,
and tails to-day noon for Han tranclacu. Tint wall Kill
close al Ihe 1'otl tlftice at II a nt.
Tu Am bktui J A Falktuburg I at the V M ri 8 d.k
UlKhw;lug her caigufrnui ban krauclftco,
Th Am bk O I) Whllmore la al the l'MH dKk dli
charging her cargo or coat.
The Hon bk Chk'lajo arrived on Thursday last and
docked al the Esplanade, where hi villi dlschaige her
The Am tern Kaeeltlor, I'llti, sailed from llllo Nor
SM, for l'oit Tonusend In lullait,
Am ca Twilight, Whitney, tailed from llllo for Han
Francisco, Nor CM.
It la rumored that the Haw schr l'ato baa sunk at
I'tpalairu, the head of hrr iuatnuiat only above walsr,
Kliewaa repotted to have a full cargo uu board at thl
MH Mouday Light al II o'clock, a lare Ore broke out
ou llait all, and large ballt of dre wtruacen shoolliu up
In Ihe air. This was rvu from a vessel I) lug at I'rpcc
kiM, aud bom ehW. from lint plact. t'rubably.we
lil heat u I'tle'a kicking ul' auutbtr rum put by Ite
AlWalluU. Maul, .NortmUr 2tst, lo lb vlfeot K.
W. Fuller, a sen.
ban Frauclscu lupers please copy.
I'KKIILUH-.U Clncliiuall, Ohio, OcloWr Ski. iNil,
Mr. J. ttoort I'kiai.as. and motber uf Win. I'vebli-s,
K-i., fortuerly U. a. Vim Cousul at the port of Hono
lulu YOIINO-Al hli residence, 1'iuaa Valley. Honolulu,
Nov."H, Ibal.tuihyTtitbyvarol Ulsie, ItnttarYnevi,,
a uatlvenf ltutrkslilre, Scotland, and ftlhtr ul Ateit
Yviuu2,o( this city, UUtguw papen pliatc coji).
Ileport of the I'. M. S, 8. Oily of New York, Win. It.
Cobb, Com, Hilled from Han rrnnelsco Monday No.
Slst.rd Id it m, ll;'rwlllinri;"d pilot, Nov. Until, nt tl a
in John Morgan, a ateerage pusaenger and u native of
Tahiti, died, laLsnoat' N. long. Hir Hi' W burled al
e. Nor. JTth, nt n in, icd tin Am briguntlmi
bound tu the northward and easlwerit. ihowlug aigual
J. l I. II. lat. SI M' N. Ion. I.'r l" v.
From New York, per Calbarlen, Nor 2Mb Caslle A;
Cook, m rs grin-, 13 pkg lamps, T2pVgnll, IMiikghd
ware, .11 bdls paper, :i bill bn 'ksU. IS lg salt.Sr.l pkgs
wajon material, I.Vt pc Inmhtr, 1 1 pkg furniture, SS tana
locus wo.ui! i.ewrrs a iiHik, nil pctimo'r, ,o
Indnsrs and doors, 111 kc nails, ID pkg nidse; Ii t)
I'"K " ipinipn" hii'i ii'rrin, ,.. , iihiif. ,v 'hk ni'i'Ti i. ..
lallA Hon, Mpkgoll, rrj pkg lulware, VScsturp, ,Vk
marble! Nolt A Co, fl'sjpks Iron and hdware; J Water
house, 77 pkg hdware; Dillingham ,t Co, IK'Jpkglamya
andhdwarei Wilder A Cn, di pkg building material, I
loeomotlre; Hon Iron Work, 11 boiler plates, Zlpkga
machinery, 47 too ri.alf llruriti Al n. If-Uiks betr: l.d
llofl.rhlaeper t Co.fsMix candles.M pkg bags t )l llatk
feld A Co, t? pkg hubs and felloes; 1'irtcf .1 1'n, 2i'0
oort II L'oruwell, Wpkg fnriilliirej llymau Urns, '.ales
tobarrn; Order, 2.1 cs liiitlrr: I'lillllps A Co, .'' rt oil i
F T I.enehan ,t Cn, n pkg lime; Marfarlane ,t Co, 110
pkg suooas, , i cs neer.
i,iimh,,.i, , ll IKXH, ., Tlll'1,1 .1 I ,, mriimiiri, l
cs dry cniMls.'Ktpkg milsetT II Tnrnni,'J pkg station.
ervtWhllury A llolierlson. 21 pkg statlaneryi A W
lllrhartlsnii, rlpktt nidse; H C Damon, 2cs Nioks; Haw
It'll Tele Co, Spkgj A Jaeger, .1 pkg elecks! Khler ,t
Co, cs dry gumls; T II Davits, 2(1 es tnlkra; J H Walker,
10 ea sloes; Hart llro", 27 pkg prisM M I'hllllps A: Cn, II)
e cigars; U' Turner. 2 cs rlnrka; Jl Dickson, 2 pkg, J S
Lemon. 9 billiard tables t T l.uens, 1 1 pkg Iron ; t'legborn
A Co, I e I'latedware: Wilder A I'n, .'! "heels Ir ii.St r
nidse; H May A Co. ft pkg groc; M J Itose, 17 pkg; A L
Hmllb, M rs machines! 7. H Hpaldlng, fi2 pkg Iron
tramway; llaekfebl A Co, II pkg tnd: lit man llrn,
M pkg dry goods anil clgari; Allen .1 Idibl "pkg
stationery; K I' Adams, SIT, pl.g fruit; M Mrlnerny, .Ics
dry goods; Miss Wnllls, r; Mrs UtrrK I pkg; (I 11
llartow, I pkg, and :7B pkg In Chinese- firms.
From Nannlmo. per C O Whllmore, Nor. !!0 ITiM) Ions
Cnal In Hackfeld A Vn.
rom Han Franelseo. J A Falklnbnrg. Nnr'iV M Me
i, tKihr, isi kg. lean, to pes cellar, 'Ki" ni'ic,-. r i.n.
shingles; Castle A Cnuke,ol t'kgs hardware, Wl blila
"ilmnn, ! cs rann-d ennds; J X llavldson, 7 is wine;
I' fieri, 1 ea shnea! H Mlll'r, 17 pkgs hnnsihold gnmls;
men nrifi poiaines; iinekieio ,v 1 n, ;r pas ti-, .ncui
tyre A flrn, iriTii pkgs groceries and feed: Mel.ean llro.
lies drug"; bentfer ,v Cn, I Mil wine: .1 H Wnlker, Ttil
, ,1 ....' ,,i, 1..11- i .4, .i,l.-lu m.L
rilll" SltVfS, 111)1 lim ll,-,,,-, 1 -' ...f " , I-"' , ' I'-fc.
nidse; J llnrke.g.Vl sks feld 1 Unstlt-A. Cnoke, 10 pk"s
jrir.i-rle and lU.slpkga loChlnesn (Irma; Mrs Hole, Jl
Mil ,i iiiia- si at-s au-i-' t' (,' " !'
M Hcott, W II Caslle, each 1 pkg.
Fnr Han Francisco, per II W Almy,
lbs sugar. l.fs'H glla molasses, tc,;M
Nnr SM .118.117
lbs rice, S71) bntii"
Ijaiianas, limn, value i.j,;ni,rj,
For Hydney, per City of New York, Nor 2I)-M,757 lbs
wool, Hum. Valiic$ll.',li9. lgn. Value JIR.ui
From Hon Francisco, per City of New York, Nov. 2
Mrs J Wight, daughter and maid, .Mrs K I' linker, Mrs
Klrklnml, Miss Klrkland, MIssO I) Kdniird", Mr tiro J
litis". Mr l lloeyiuieiis Mr. lloga-rt, Mr 11 Loots, Mr
and Mra F I" Hasting-., Ilev W 11 olen iiml -' b-iys. Mr
and Mrs H ; Allen. .Mr mid Mrs w II lllce, .Mr nnd Mrs
J M Wright, Mls Frtdenbiirg. Mrs 11 Fiirnennt, MrH
T Alexander, Mr IV II Ca.lle. Mr A W Heard, Mr A W
Heard Jr. Mr W A llosrinl, Mrs A T Atkinson and
daughter. Miss .smith, Mr nnd Mrs J It Miik. Dr and
Mrs W II Hammond, Cipt W II Nlchol-on. Mr CM
Forsler, Hov .1 A Orur-in, Col and Mrs 7. H Hpiiiildlng
and'Jeblldreii, Miss Makee, Ml." iindnr. Mr s II0II1,
Mr Handilelii, Mr J N Thompson, Mr F Klliigner, and
From Windward I'orl", per l.lkellke. Nor 27th Her
Mali-sly ()ueen Hmiiia, All"" I. Peabnde, Ml-s II linnlan,
Ml- JHtlllmaii, MI- II Wnhlmekillo, Miss Ivnlalo.
Miss Vlknnl, Mis" llaiialn. Hon H II Wlbb-r, II Hails J
FColliiirn. 'I'D Morris, OWIIrniin Jr, r C Ktunedr,
I.ecTny, .1 Costa. C llrucc, H II bnper, (1 II (Irrlg M
Dowers, W It Ciilhbrl, C II Mnkie, L Vnnleiiipsk), II
Cornwell. ON 8ienccr, J W Kalna, It II Drown. ,1 W
Maclle, C Keyniilealievr, J W Kejnnle.liey. J W Wilcox,
Mrs and Miss Wslia -loliu, Mrs A J Cnrtwrlght Jr nnd
For Sydney, per Cltyof New York, Noi '.")
'on, It Love wife mill child, T W I.ar, J 11 I'l
IIOIIKItr.SON IIOYD-I11 this city, November 251b,
by Iho Hev. A. Marlnlosh, at the residence of Hie
bride" mother, tlKouor. HiiMriiiiRva, ai-coml sou of the
late Hon. tl. M Itnliertsnn, First AsenU.He Justlc of
Hiipn me Court, and Miss Caiioi ink, second daughter
of the late Hon. K 11. Itnyd. all of Honolulu.
KKNNKDV KIltKLAND November rub, at No. 3
Wellington l'lace, by the Ilev. b. C. Damon, Jame" A.
Kennkiii lo Minnie C. Kiukland, nt Oakland. No
KDWAItDS-MACHADO-At ralamn, Nov. 29, by
Her. It. II. Darker, John C. Kiiwaiins to Mrs. Jrnt
SIl.VA-DAZAVIDO-In Honolulu, Nov. :), by Ilev.
II. II Darker, John Hilv lo Vn.Trni.VA Dai; vv inn
TIIK NATIIKIIAV 1'IIKSH
rubliihcd for the HATiintivr Pnesa AestKUTmsi by
Hook, Job and General l'rinter,
Honolulu, II, I.
Notice" nf any evenlsnf liuerest transpiring on the
other Islands will nluaya be thankfully received for
publication. Correspondents arc requested to append
their true names loall totiimunlcntloiis, not for publi
cation nrcc"surlly, but aa n guarantee that the wrlur
la acting In good fallh.
deoemuku :i, leai.
Amnnp; tlio innro initiortnnt recent ilincnvcr
icH of liiuhij;io.il rusuurult, porli;pn iiuno ltnvu
cxccctlcil in valitu IIioho nttuiulfiiit upon tlio
liivosti'itii nt of tliu caiitliiiim.i at inicrnscopio
lift', nnd tlio relation in vvliiuli it ntmtilii to tlio
ilisenscH of iiinn nml tlir liiyl.er iiniiimls.
Up lo tlio end uf tlio Inst century tlio niin of
nicdieino wna oxclnsivoly to tlio euro of iHh
e.ineH, nml tlio iileix of piovcntinn niitlioiir'lit
of: but to-ilay tlio caso in ruveiseil, nml ptu
vciition lo tlio iiliiiont tu I ul exclusion of liopcs
of euro in mnny ilineasert in Hint which is
nought nflor. Tliim rcvorno in tlio tcmlpncy
of inoilicul Hciouco wtiH lirouglit iilniiit liy tlio
(jro.it discovery of Juiinor lli.it vnuciiiiiliuu
whh effectivo in rtcctiriuc; iiiiiniiiilty from otto
of tlio i;roato8t Hconten lo which tho hiiiii.tn
family Iiiih been milijcctoil. I'mni this ilin
covcry dntrs (ho era in which ilinc:ma is no
lonKor looked upon 11s iucvilnblo but prevent
nblo; and tho rceiodiuhor), original ing in this
discovery, into tho c.iusoh of dineaHo lmvo
given ainplu proof (lint not only Himtll-pnx but
all acuta specifiu lIUeaHOH :iro preventable; anil
that hundred) of Ihutisamlit of people- dio
yearly in early lifo frum dtaenso thnt intelli
gent legislation ami tho intelligent cn. opera
tion of individuals might pinvctit. From 10
liublo Hlatistica it in learned that in Kngtoiid
(and porhapH Iho petectiljgo will hold good in
many other countries) twenty per cunt, of
those who dio uro victim of (zymotic) pro
voiit.ib)o disease. Hut although such facts
arc not jot appreciated as ihejr should bo by
Iho masses, tho day is perhups not distant
when tho accumulation nf fuels reuniting trnm
tho patient and loilsomo rose.irehea of beituiti
fto 111011 will bo m ado too plain and undeuiublo
to Iki limger ignored i.r neglected, und men
will bo forced to nccoid them tho respect
which their signllioaueo descrvos.
That aculo hpccllio diao.isos owe their ori
gin to genua capable of self-iuullipliealion in it
fact lh.it modern rcso.irou has placed beyond
doubt, and is now with little opposition,
gunerully ucccpted by tho medical piofcaaion
Wu might say that Iho nnrgic.il treatment of
disease has been revolutionized by tho U'lief
ill this theory, which uvory day since its
oiigln has been ndding fact upon fact in its own
supimrt, until now even tho 11101 euiuorvjllvo
uf iho old schinil prucliso have been forced tu
acknowledge tho Kroal benclit of tho lie.it
meiH aiiggoatul by it in ihocuiuuf wounds,
however much ihvy may bo dispoacd to doubt
tho coricctness nf iho theoiy upon which it
is baaed. Since tho suggenlions of I'rofvssor
Lister, Scotch siirjjeou of note, in regard to
tho auliacptio Iteutinoiit uf wounds have been
generally adopted in hospltil practise, (ho 10
ults us compaied with iho ticatmciit beforo
euiployed, coniUtlng of jvalor ilrvstiugs nml
Qlthy tiiiilmculs, ale ic.illy amazing'. Krvai.
pel us, gangrene, pu:iiii.i and surgical fever,
tho dread of surgeons under the old jirucliso
010 nuw so far uiidar control thnt their occur
ence ul all in any but very exceptional cir
cuiutlaiices, is li.iblo lo biinj; discrudit upon
I (ho atteiidiin;urgeon, lu an nddrcss delivered
j befoie Iho, Iuitruaiiotul Mcdic-U Cotigro
Imm Han Francisco, per t'lly nf New York, No", 29
Dllllrgham .1 Co. (Irs nidsrt FT I.enehan A Co, W pkg
grocl H Holh, Res nidse; llollltler A Co, -tl, pkg drugs
Itii-rny, bet hata and slilrli, 10 es plated ware; K HolT
schlieger t Co, I cs caps, r ea dry goods, 12" seks flour;
17 lixalnk.Ct tikgs drrgnntla and saddlery! I.ewer" ,t
II .VI a y ,v tin. -Jim Ska crnctriea ami ireii; k ii si sk
oals; J H Walker, SI pkg" bags; Cleghnoril ,t Co, -IS
pkgs md-e; Itrtnbinm A Co 4111 siks nour,'-"Jc cigars,
2.", pkg dry goiHl. 2-1 pkga louiccn, tVt pkg grncerlis
T.'l pkg" "oiip; Lalno A Co, XA sks feed; Allen A 1,'nli
Inrnn. Ill pea lumber U'l post"; H'rliirl, 117 pkga
lately hold in I,oiidoit, l'rufcor Volkmann,
in speaking of tho nntiarptic treatment of
wounds, says; " No person should tlio of an
Injury unless its severity directly threatens
life, nnd no person injured or operated tut
should perish through n scoondnry infiiiina
tory disturbance developed from the wound."
Again ho says: "When I adopted tho anti
septic treatment of wounds my lasl twclvo
patients, with compound fracture- of Iho leg,
had nil died of pyinmi.i or septiirctuia. Frum
that time up to tho present day 1 h.ivo trcalcd
otio after another 135 compound fractures, and
hot a slugto pnlii-til has succumbed to either
of these accidental wound tliaouvs." In the
light of such revelations as these, what it to
polisibilily must rest upon tho surgeon who
through stuhboriicsn or stupidity would still
ndhoto to tho romparatlvrly fatal teachings,
of the past, causing death nnd suffering, in
tunny caies whero he should tiling lifo nnd
relief 1 Hut eventually perhaps, the law may
bo mnito to reach nilch cases, for no intelligent
community will bo nblo long to bear with
Hut, this mrdeni treatment, although
originating with I.tster, H still in directly de
pendent upon Iho researches of l'nslriir, Iho
great French Savant whoso investigations into
mieroicoplc life have been crowned with dis
coveries which have made his liuiuo famous
throughout tho civilized world. Twenty-five
or Inoic, yearn of this lifo lmvo til ready benn
duvolcd lo investigations in miertiliimn f and
still in Iho sumo labor ho is as busy as over,
nnd Iho impnrluiico uf his discoveries grow
apace, and suggest possibilities in tho futiiio
treatment ol disease which uro da.zling Indeed.
Ills discovery of vaccinia (an ho chooses to
liamo it) nf other discuses than small-pox
gives us reasonable hope of an cxtcn-iiou that
limy linall; ciubraoe tho prevention, by anal
ogous processes, of many specific disease
which now, we are neither ablo to prevent, or
In nn address beforo tho International
Medical Congress, ho speaks of his discovery
ol n method by which ho is ablo to prevent
the occurence of chicken cholera ami of splo
niu fever, Iho latter of which diseases is easi
ly comtiiliuicablo to man: and not less fatal in
its attacks upon tho human subject than to
animals. Uy a process of cultivation, which
ho thoro describes, ho hits been ablo to trans
form tho original virus into what is capable
of being introduced into tho sysloui without
fatal results ; and which, by its priur intro
duction is capnblo of provunting tho subse
quent development of tho disease lo which it
stands in tho sanio relation as v.iccino to vari
ola. An experiment us to tlio protection af
forded in splenic fover by iho vaccinia of that
disease, was madn with fifty sheep. Twcnty
fivo of theso were inoculated with the culti
vated virus, and underwent' a mild form of
tho disease, resulting in recovery in each caso.
Tho whole fifty woro sflet wards inoculated
with the original (iincullivated) virus ; of
iheso tho twenty-livo previously operated up
on escaped infectious, while those nut pre
viously vaccinated, without an exception, died
of the disease.
l'.istour in his remarks, stated that ho had
discovered the vaccitto of other discuses than
those mentioned, und that tho results he had
obtained would shortly bu published. Ho is
certainly justified in his uintomplation of
great possibilities from an extension of liko
discoveries. And perhaps tilbarcln, cancer,
lepiosy, and other incurable diseases may ono
day, as (he result of such researches, ho
abolished from thu nosology of disease.
a picture foe prm
When we hehnlil tho spcotaclo of a man
naturally omloweil with, at Icait, onlinary
luental capabilities, anil with such capabilities
improved boynrni (ho common stiinilaril by a
lilior.il ami clivordified oiliic.ition ami tho nil
vantages of Iravol, ami yol finil hint solf-placeil
in nn tibject iitlitiulo auppliuatin for tho ro
spocl ho should ha ,-ihla to command, wo may
vvoll jutlgo that thu consuioiisiissu of porsotml
degradation exhibited is n roal inilox to ;t cer
tain bisciieaa of character which cannot hut
havp shaped former act a, -upon which his pres
ent ultra servilo conduct is (lopenilcut. Hut
when wo find such .1 utan "bunt o'ar with
iifje," anil with silvcicd locks (which condi
tion should tiring reapuct) at once appealing
to tho basest passions of thu rabblo, and iucit
iti thorn to war with an iuiiginary foe, and
at thu sauiu time, with tho porslstcnt lispins
of tie criivon, fawiiiu upon tho royal ear fnr
fitvots, an imposing; picttito for contempt, if
not for pity, is presented imleol ; and ono
which cannot fnil lo call forth in tho minds of
such us nro tlio subjects of his adulation, tho
s 11110 foul lug of mistrust ami aversion which
ha inailu 111 tit nn Ishtu.iol among his follows,
nml Ins sqrveil to thwart him in his dream of
place ami power.
Stablo Kovornmont, nnd tho rcspoct of roy
alty ontartai'iod by Iho bust ol subjects, h not
to bo fostered or onliaiiced by it selection of
coiiusulois such at this, howorer vvoll it may
mil a handful nf Ilia tamo feather; und tho
wiadom of a ptitico is shown in proportion us
ha would shun inch companionship, aud Ilia
ilittory, that for il own purpose, would ho
Kuile him into conduct as iinwiao ami exlrava
Bant aa the utlor-iimoa are b.iselou in fact und
f.ilao in colnrln.
Flattery at bott it hut an Insult to common
scute; and thu man that offers it ciilcul.ilos
wull tho quality of tho ttiulorstaiuliuj; ho would
itstail, and only makes it roai, at he esteem
that uuilorstaudin kas.
Wero wo nblo lo look hick upon Iho record
ed lifo of such a man, we would prnbibly liud
it checkered with inconsistencies, and biro of
retulu tu himself or othtrrt; and wtlt a prut,
pect Uisunitij; in brilliancy with his udvatico
in years. With years ho is belter known, und
as hu is bettor known, lei trusted. If iho
vi-orand vivacity of youth, forttujd by mental
tiidiiwiiienta aiid liberal culture, havo failed lu
diatinuish him anions lilt kind aa other than
a d.ibttor In low Intrlguos, from which ha has
ctnorucd sullied but not enrichoil, marked but
without prestige, wo luvt llltlo roason to look
to Iho ucoiiipllshinout in hit old ago ot any
thing; either Croat or honorable. That he
might havo prostituted rxligioii lor tccular
benefit would bo in no wise iucoiiiUlout with
tho tenor of hit clriracttr; or that hi politic
should be uurowod In Ihe tphero uf telfisli.
ncta othumiso ihan what would bo expected.
And It i no wonder, if in hit desperation, w
should Ibid him loud in hit own uxaUc, and
the condemnation of tuch ut would judge
him by tnurit und not by wordt. Impotent, by
the very nature nf (he case, in any roatonsble
jusllQcatioti of hit character of uposUlo and
turncoat ju ul hi tocuUror ttcerJoUl rl.
limit, it it uaturtl lis thould at hit rort Iq
pa tho iu uu ttttumptiouof tho rule uf martyr
and also tint such an appeal should bo direct-
ed to the pimple, tho ignorant, nnd the do.
praved. Hut no can afTiird to despiso the
blame; nnd the praise of such an ono is rather
an Insult than otherwise, and to ihlly with It
is lo endanger the esteem of nil respectable
It Is, however, a matter for grnlnlallnn, that
several dynasties have reigned comparatively
free from tho blighting Influences of this
stamp of courtier; and that the filttiro may
have been pro.fitfiircd by the past in this re
spect, is tho earnest prayer of such ns look In
hope to the perpetuation of Hawaiian itule.
peiiilenco and tho welfare of the Hawaiian
PUTTING THE SHOE ON THE OTIR
Tho Chronktt has nffirineil that tho exports
from Iho Hawaiian Islands exceed tho imports.
If nil tho statements of that "live paper"
wero tin truthful ns tho nlxivc thoro would bo
very lltllo cause for us or for imyoiio else to
complain. Tho exports tire in excess of the
imports. Upon no other terms can wo for
for tho present afford to import nt nil. Our
physical proportions oil the map of tho world
nro insignificant. Wo nro perfectly nware of
tho fact. If wo were not it would not bo for
lack of having been inlurntcd of it a thousand
titno-t by tlimo who hail from other and utoru
cxp.iusivo lauds; wo aro isulatod and lmvo
suffered considerably in consequence of our
Wo uro obliged to build up from tho very
foundation; wo cast our bread upon tho water,
as It wore, nnd await its rotiim after many
d.ij 8. Too much should not bo immediately
expected of us. Tho sands of Hawaii nro nut
golden, save only in color ; our rocks nro not
veined with precious oro; even our forests uro
not available and tho blight is gradually posses
sing our orango grovos. Hut wu havo sugar,
and in this wo put our trust. It is in excess
uf tho importation of nil other commodities.
It was in excess before tho treaty, but tho
truth is that tho difference botvvoen the exports
and tho imports wai greater then than now,
Tho Chronicle is continually harping upon tho
odds in favor of Hiwaii, The odds woro more
in favor of Hawaii before tho treaty than
hinco. They aro iiccossarily in favor of Ha
waii, for until sho has tho moans with which
to build herself up, she cannot accomplish
that much desired end, Sho is doing it now,
and tho vory inonoy which sho gels for bar
sugar, is being sent back to tho United States
anil invested in American goods for her own
uso, at tho rato of mora than 0110 million dol
lars por annum in execs of her investments
previous lo tho treaty. In plain Koglish, tak
ing tho uvcrago annual exports and imports
for the four years picceding and tho four years
succeeding tho establishment of tho Recipro
city Treaty, wo find that formerly tho exports
from Hawaii wero in round numbers eighty
per cent, in excess of the imports, while there
aro but aoventy-ftvo per cent, in excess since
the treaty went into opor.ition. There is 11
cloar gain of livo per cent, in favor of tho
United States which the ChnmicU is very care
ful to ignore.
Thus do wo see how tho mysterious) ways
of a " livo" journal betray the confidence of
ill readers and delude the wholu pack of
provincial editors into piping their penny
whistles at its dilapidated heels.
WIcn-lho ohS man in tho talo to Id his sons
to broak the buijndlo of faggots that lay bo-
foru tlfem. they each in turn attempted (ho
task unsuccessfully. Even tho combined ef
forts of Iho brothers proved of no avail ; when
tho bundle was undone, tho separate faggots
wero easily broken, nnd therein lay tho moral
which Iho lads, lot us hope, profited by.
Nothing is moro easily dcmnlisbcd than rt
hoiiso divided against itsolf. If opposition is
thu lifo of Initio it is a lifo doarly purchased.
Co-operation is its bono nnd sinow. Co-opera-lion
strikes nt tho very root of monopoly.
Monopoly lies upon tho 0110 hand; individual
and necessarily feeblo effort lies upon tho
othor. Between tho horns of this dilemma,
tho strong, healthful and wholcsouioco-opora-tivo
principle reigns supremo. Tho sootier
our plnnters recognize this fact, the better for
nil parties concerned.
K.ich plantation, though it may bo in itself
a complete solf-HiiHtniniiig institution, is but rt
means tu an cud, ami till uro nliku working In
tho name end. Thero can bo no question ns lo
Iho numerous benefits resulting frpm tho
combination of forces and llicto benefits are
mutual. Tho California pioneers roalized this
when Ihuy mado their weary pilgrimages ovur
tho trackless plains in 1810, Singly they wero
ovoi whelmed by drought und hunger ami
hostile tribes of red-skins; their tuiffciingti
woro intense nnd tho nameless graves by Iho
wuysido loll tho story nf their doom. When
they traveled in company thoy wero nblo to
withstand Iho assaults uf iho treacherous In
dian, and through rain and sliiuo they en
couraged ono iimilhcr until Ihey had reached
their goal in safety. How long will it bo be
foro our planters strike bauds und together
contend against opposing elements at dis
I'tlrous ns J drought or famine, or Ilia scalp
hunters of Iho wide west? At this moment
their scattered trains are followed by tho big
chiuf of Iho Cliruiu'dt who will bo remembered
in history if ho It 'not foigoltcn meanwhile,
which is moro likely, as " Had niaiuwho-don'l-know
care. -either- so-loiig-ui-ho.loiikoa--bolh.-i.uds-meat."
INTER-I8LAND CABLE CONNECTION.
An Inquiry is being mado nt to Iho depth of
tho totindinga between tho islands of this
group, with the view uf having them connected
by telcgraphiu cables. Tho U,S,S, Tiifairoru,
iu founding for a cablu from tho Coast to
Honolulu, tried tho cliumiel between O.1I111 nml
Molok.il only, Tho distances bcttvton Iho is
land nro abort nnd thoro should lie no lerioits
difficulties 10 encounter in laying cables from
ono lo the other. Telegraphic cttiutcttou !
Iwecn Iho island it becoming a lieccnity, nnd
wo uro plonicil to know that n movement with
till mitch-dcaired end iu view It receiving
c-wcful consideration. An appeal will probably
bo madiv to tho next Legislature for an npprhv
prialion to ntattt in nuking Iho plan a reality
.Money cxicinled for aucli a tiurixne will
bo of moro benefit lotho country and will give
greater aatUfiictinn tu the general publics than
that liter) in tending nnr youth abroad to
learn foreign languagti and ttudy tho art of
war. Am) beaidet, with cablet in iticcettfiil
operation between tho divided teclioutof our
own country, wo mlifttt th tooistr expect cop.
iiecliou with our neighbor on Iho tail, by tbo
Card of Thank.
As one nf nn Interested many I desire to give
this publlo eipreaslon of my ttisnkfulneas to Iho
Hon. Noble for tils exceedingly welt written
pimphlel on tlin " Hawaiian Hltunllon." Coming;
from the son r en It docs it is n ixiwerful Inatrntner.t
in the hands of Hie friondsof nnnexntion And its
author could scarcely contribute, greater nid to the
In thnnklnit lilm t would nl express my ndmirt
tlonof tho brilliant (?) pulley which dictated the
publication bore nt this lime. ANNPXiTioNfirr.
Tb Itegular Monthly Meeting of the Library and
Heidlng Itnom Aisoclallnn will beheld TI1IH I'.Vr.M (1,
Dec. 3d. al Its Hall nn l'ort St , it M o'clock, lluslnera
nf Importance ralla for ft full attendance nf members,
M It Plllt UllDKIt.
Editor Satuiiiiit I'liraat I am anxious lo know
through your columns 11 ho are the llirec oldeat foreigners
residing on the Islands, and the lliree longest resident
here. (M.lt) II. M. SWINION.
From th' Rytlniy tally TtU'Jittph, '"' !t, IW.
'I he W'allham Watch Company have been awarded the
nly gold medal given for iialebes al Ihr Sydney Inter-
n llliiii.il htliiblllon.aiid are the only cthlbltnre In any
elats from the Cnlnd Stale ivho have received this
1 Hole Agent fnr Hie Hawaiian Islands
A HKMr-A''UAJ MKKTI'0 OF
XI Ihe Trustees of the (Jueeii'a Hospital villi be held
nt the room hf the Chamber of Commerce t Ii Its day, Sat
urday, Ihe Jrd December, ISI, nt 11 A. M,
I'cr Order. rVI It 1'. A. mJIIAKPEIt. Sec'y.
Dissolution of Partnership.
rpilK l'AUTKKItMllir IIKUKTO-
JL fore eilstlng between Ch tries J, llatdcc. James
(I. llayselden and Henry 1-'. llerlelmann doing business
nn l'ort St. under Ihe torpor He hsrce nf Rulerprlse
1'1-iiiln,' Mill, Is this day dloilvi'il by mutual consent.
All debts due the, firm and nil tlcbla tint" by them will
be sellled by C.J, Hardee mid II, P. Ilerlefmanti, who
villi Lonllniic the business tinder the same corporate
name. CIIAKI.KS J. II.WIDi:!:.
(Signed) JAM KM (I. IIAYHDI.DKN.
11K.NKY v. iimirni.MANx,
Honolulu. Nov. IPtb. IPtl. Ml nt
THE 8. r. BULLETIN
PKKHKNTS ITS CLAIMS TO THE
1'KOI'MS OP Tltr.SB Ifil.ANDS AS
Tito LoniHtig l'ftiicr of tlio Pnciflc
and as Family Taper, Htsnda Unrivalled. Mr. WIMi
UAH.1ON, Special Correspondent and Miibserli lion
Agent for Ihe Haitallan Islands.
IXT Addtesa care of THUS. O. T1I1IUM, Honolulu.
Mortgage Foreclosure Snlo.
IJTACCOitUANCK AVJTIT A 1'OW-
I KHuf sale tontalned In a certain mortgage given by
I'nltaks, (k,)tu Sliliiman nnd I'.ldarts, dated Mar ltllh,
I9TS, recorded lu l.llior 57, pago lis). Ibu undersigned
give nnllcn Unit th"v Intend to foreclose said moitrage
for conditions broken, and will sell at public aitlion
all the premises described ill said mortgage, In Hui.n
lulu.oSi SATIIIIDAY, thu Ullh day nf llicember. ISSI,
at I'.' M. nf said tl.iy.nt the miction moms of K. I',
Admits, The premises to be sold consist of all those
premises sltitaud at Wnaitaii, I'mia, ll.itntll. containing
an area of KM acres, described In Hnvnl patent Ne.
HKil. Further particulars can bu had nt the olllceof
CAhTI.H ,t HATCH.
Dated Honolulu, the 1st day of Dec, letit. nl It
Just Received !
10J Ilbls Tennanl's Ale, qts. and pta.,
3) Ilbls St'hlltz MH11a11l.ee lleer, its. and pta.,
I Casea Culmback lleer tits.,
20 Casca Ileunid's Irish Wilskey,
10 Cases HciianPe Scotch Whl'kcy,
CO Cases Anchor Holland (Hit,
II qr Cks Thorn b Cameron's Old Scotch Whiskey,
5 Cases Tolu Dock nnd llye, qts.,
FOR SALF. BY
H. Hackfold A Co.
OFFI3R FOR SAJLE
FULL .SS11. (JARiiO
British Bk. Sir Lancelot
A FULL LINE
Particulars will be Adver
ARRIVAL OF THE VESSEL.
Plantation and Country
C5.3t 88l.3t Orders Solicited.
'IMIK FinT MKKTINO OF TUB
X, HOABR nf TAX AI'rKAI.8 lll be held at lb
folic Cuarl Room, Monolala, at Itfo'elcck, A. M-.ua
3DMT THE STM MT OF KCiMCi, HM,
fir Iha bearmt of all appeal, frost ! eunut of
Tsie. fur Hie district of lliimiulu. uha.
KIUUAUO r- BICKKHToy.
Police Mail. Hal
aad CkaUaua or tVc Vootil el Tax ApiKl. Hblla
A. S. CLECtHORN A Co.
From New York, California, Europe and the
Colonies, Offer for Sale,
A. t:tLo LjOTtVest 3MCrvrltet TFLix-tGm !
STOCK OF NEW GOODS, JOST OPENS
Suitable for Country Stores fc Plantations.
Large Assortm't of Dry Goods
I'rlnts nf Latrsl Strlrs, ntilr anil nitrovr, faitrnlnri) lllnr llfnlms. Slict-tlncs. Ilnrroclt'i I.nnc (Jlollis,
llrini-n l.lnrn Drills, I'nrr Mucus, .Mtilrsklns. llromi ami Whits (,'ntlnns, 'llcVlnat. Tnrkry Itoil,
While Mmqnltn Nrltlnirs, Jlcrlim'. black anil colornl; Cnlmnriti. Alluras ami Drsss (Intnfs,
Tnwcllints ami Towels, Men's White ami llrmtn Cm ton llslMlo.o, l.aillrs' Hose. Inrarl'lr. at rrrylowralra;
BLANKE1S Horse lllankels. While Cotton lllankcls, hltt- ami Kanrt Woolen lllanlrls, all slra.t welglilai
Woolen .tOaiiiun Flannels, Taptslrj, Vcltet 1'lle, Mais X Huts, Initla IlnbWr Ccala, KrcaltaA Wixiltn Milrta
Full Linos of Australian and English Saddlos, Bridles, Girths,
Saddlo Cloths, Whips, etc., etc.
Solo and Saddle Leather, Tanned Sheep and Goat Skins,
Constantly on llantl anil for Sale, from the vrrll-kiintti! 1III.0 TAMNEIIV, F, 8. Lyman, Proprietor!
Beautiful Lines of New Plated Ware, wonderfully low !
Huns, I'urses, llaga anil Albums, AT ASTONlSlIINd miCEM.
JEWE !, ItY u JS T WAI CHEN!
AdENTH KOll THE
Colohntlwl Diirhiun Long Cut & Grnnulntcil Smoking TohnccoH, Cigarettes,
Clears, Havana anil Manila; Cl'ar Holders, Mrtrtclisiim; Clcarctlr Ilolt1rri,Mrrrrchanm flltts,
llrlnniouit l'lpea. Cla I'ipes, Cherry Stuns, Amber Jloulli.plecea and Tnlmero I'nuchea,
Unr. Iliickct's Tubs, Itilns, Sailor rani, .Snnrfinna, Charcoal Irons, Tlancrl Iron Spoomis
Iloslon Card Mntclio", Whlto I.cml, Zinc Paint, Bolted Oil,
IMMV.NKK'.S KKIIOSCNE AND COAL OILS,
A Choice Assortment of Groceries !
Cnnslstlncnf .Tellies, Jams, Table Fruits. Tomatoes, llakril llenns, Ollrts, Halrann, I at tl lb, tins) Putletl Pan-age,
1'ntteil Meats, Dra'vn, I'l-'s l'cet, Clams, Manllnes, I.oljsti-rs, Sugar of I.caions, Candle Klah A Mackerel, 5 lb Una;
Bright Red, Full Weight Plantation Salmon, in Barrels and Half Barrels
Dealers in All Kinds of Soaps Toilet Soaps, a Specialty;
Blue Mottled Soap, 24 bars in a box.
Snei-lal Attention I'altl In iho Careful Hclrctlnjr of Monti for Country Orders at onr Klre-rroof Stores. Quern
anil Ka.iliiiniaiiii Htreets, llonoliiln, 11 I. nif-TKUSI'IIONK No ail, rat WU
AT No. 109
The Fair in Aid
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL BUILDING
WILL TAKE PLACB ON TDE8DAT,
DKCKMUKH THE 6th.
It Ii pronnscrl In hold Ihe ra.R h A THT. to be ereel.
etl on the Calliulral (Imniida, Km in a biiuaie. Doors i 111
oicn at hatf.p lit .1 o'clock, p. m., sale to tnmmente at
I. irr All C'linltlliiilloti. for the I'.incy Tables are re
quested tu be sunt In aa early a posslhlo, and Mill li
rratpfully rieclved by Ihe Ladles of tin-Committee. I)n.
nntlnns for the Hi fteshment Talilis can be sent lo Mr.
liGf, AT TIIK TEST, on the morning of the hair,
before IS o'clock.
Iff AIIMlHhION KKE. SO OKNTS; Children, half
lirlce. Ticket, can be had at Whitney A llobeit.on'a
NULL AND VOID!
IlIKRKliY UV.CriAltK 'UT,Ti ASH
ml (I Ihe No., aa , and In Ihn fntiirn my Hlore
Hill heknnnn by lhr NEW Not.. 114 113. to rnt.
risMiiid with the llanaltan Dlrrctury. At this plicc )nu
........ WILL riNU
Tho Most Comploto Sloelt uf Goods
fur the Holiday Trade.
97 C1SES JUST IRRiVEO IY THE 0. C. MURRtY,
AMI J10IIB OX Till.' WAV,
TO ARRIVE BY THE W. H. MEYER I
UI.O. f. HELM,
63-11 II I and IU Vort St., Honoluln.
not vjeCv in i
IT 18 NOT TltUK, AS AHHKUTKI),
thai UEO. F. WELLN care un hi. OLD hi' A Ml
wlieu hueii-aciil tlic SI-. lOliliAl' 107 tltlii'
' .'. Her The Iruth It. hi. Ilecrut laiporlatlou
PI1R0S, OR.aHS, FURRITURE MO FANCY GOODS
KOll THE HOLIDAY TUADE,
his bttu so lit ;r, that ho was compelled to take
To Display His Mammoth Stock.
rr 4MI Jlf-aHSE KCMITNE rMI.-
at ti:tM-v Mi'Nio Hrwitr.
61 It No.. lUT.IUand UlKortBtrcel.
AT TIIK ANNUAL MKKI'INIJ O..'
Die Orore Kaneb l'l.nlatlon Company, held at
Honolulu, ou the Kill dtf ut .November. A. Ii. IW1, the
fullottluifbrllorrr of In Corporation wrre clrcttdi
Alfnil II. IlatturH ....I'mldt-ut,
Thomas II. Ilouroo ,,..., .Vice Krrtldmt,
Haufnrd U. Dole...,. ,,,, kVcirUrj,
llcary W. 8cbmtdl.,. .,.,,.,,.., Treatartr,
WUIUai O. bialia ..tadltar.
liKIDU B. DOLE,
ta It IHcretary tf. k. p. c.
HAS KKMOVKD Hit, Ol'FICK
frva lr. Iloliuion' Urar Blore, Mt rchint strict,
tu hi rr.ldcitc, on th corner of Kakul d Kurt
a m tllSVItlir tltlllBtl. B...U- u .-j....
rzzz:;;.zz2zzri !". kv
H 1". "
ifi uH -' "
HENRY MAY ft GO.
PER J. A. FALKINBURG,
THE USUAL A880KTMKNT OT
Ami In Addition, Hubmlta the Vollornj, for Ibe
Mnlngn Talilu RntititiB, BnlUiiu Rniaing,
Cnlifurum Rnisins, New Currant,
Oronge, LcDion and Citron l'J,
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