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nv r V, ADAMS.
m TTJESDAY, DECEMBER 6th
Al II o'clock .. .M.,
U the resilience of I. ,U. Herring-, corner
Hotel nml I'nlori .Streets.
ie Entire Household
i:. I. .linn's, AiirCr.
ON TIIIMISIIAY, UKCOIIKK Stli,
Al III A.M.,nlNnlf Ilonm,
Denims, Brown Cottons,
Sheetings, Prints, Flannel Undershirts,
Illchorv HhlrlH, IfmlrMliIrl".
Pants limt Coats. Sock". Iliindkr rrliieft,
HhnwM, Coverlets niul 1 ancy Goods.
A Iiino in Fresn Groceries !
Harks California Potatoes, Crates Onions,
Hacks Coin, Cases Butter nml Cheese,
Oases Crackers, Guars .Medium Broad,
Colls Manila Hope, Wrapping 1'ijwr, -to.
i: V AHAMS, Ancl'r.
credit sale !
Wednesday!" dec. 14,
Al 13 fiVlnrk, Nonri.
By Order of Messrs. H. Hackfeld & Co.
i w i i.i. on'Kii rou ham:,
On a Liberal Credit to the
Oa. Clin, llasketa Clin. Ca. Ilcrnard'a lrl'li Whlikey,
'a. Hemanl's Scotch Wlilakcy,
lllila.Tetinaiil's A I. it. 1"I.J
lllilii. SehllU'a Milwaukee Peer.
Oa. Otilmbacli'a Heir, I's. Tnlu Hock nml Uyc,
lllil.. M. I'anl'a Ale, C. Mtillcr'a Ale,
llbls. Ilcnrelinc llccr, Jcirrcv'e Air anil Porter,
C'aak. Iloin, French ('lain, Illilnr Wine.
Ca. Fori Wine flicrrjr. (J., Ilrnnity, , , , ;
Ca. sparkling llork, qla Apia.;
CJ.. Sparkling Mi.lle,
Ca. llticliigati Champagne, qla. A pla.;
("p. Hhclngold I'hampagnc, pi".;
Ca. Ithelngold Champagne, dry, qla, A pla.;
Ca, I'll, Farrc'e Champagne, qla. ,t pis.;
Ca. Mnnonnle Champagne, dry, qta. A. pla,;
Ca, II, II. .Milium A Co?a Champagne, dry, ptl.;
Ca. (I, II. Minimi .1 I'o.'e Cliampniir. pla.;
Ca. llrandy, Lndroeal;
Ca. Ilraml; , S. V 1' ; Ca. Ilrondy, 3 diamonds ;
Mexican and Havana Cigars.
Tim Anuvn wim. ni:
Sold Without ltrscrve to Consign-
mi-ntM, nml will lio
OFFERED IK LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASERS !
K. I ADAMS, Ancl'r.
'CHRISTMAS AUCTION !
WEDNESDAY EVEN'G, Dec. 14,
at 7 o'clock. At Salca Itoom, a Ijirge Ant. nt
Tea Sets, Castors, Jlnttcr Dishes'
Illicult Doxcs. Cake Dlab.es. Vrnlt DMiei, Trajs,
lla.kcts, Hiignra, Marmalade., Salta, elc,
. Nnutifiil Assortment of YASKS,
"USH, ENC1LIS1I AND AMKItlCAN
atcg? '"lrrantcd in good order ;
Holiiltujf'i Watch Chains and Charms,
Jewelry. Jewelry Cabinets,
.Solid Hold Lockcta and King..
Kau de Cologne and Florida Water,
Tullcl Soap and I'crftimcry,
large Ynricty of Vienna Furniture,
I'arlor Chalra. Kxtenalnn Chalra, Setteea. Ac.
Ilalr llruslies. Toilet Attlclra, ltiii. Carpets,
Shawl. Fancy lllankcta. Memoranda llooks,
Musical Instruments, Helta. Whistle,
t'ullcij, Mexican and Havana Cl;ar.
T.. I'. ADAMS, Ancl'r.
Saturday Evening, Dec. 17th, '81,
AT NAI.im RttOI,
Commenoing at 7 P. M.
The tolce of the orphan will hn heard crjlntj (or a
quarter and (till another quarter.
All who eoptemplate matrimony will find It lo Ihelr
adtanlaca to announce, encasemenla aud name datea
on or before ihi evening of the lTlh,
All cood and Loyal mlijcta of Ihe Klnc-alll be pre
sent attheale, except tho.c vihoarti abort or Kaah,
Koln or Kurimcy, 1 ront reala reserved, for IjiiUea'.
ORNAMENTAL WARE !
Warranted quadruple Sliver 1'lale onjnhlti) Metal
Caatnra, Initial Cunt,
Fruit lilelir. Jelly DUhee,
btisar Itowla, nioklnu tclt.
Caul HeceUerr, I'lna, Waltera,
Cup. Ilobleta, Vatea,
l'liklo lllaliea. Hen lion Ilia.
Cream I'llcliera, poona.
Tea Mela, Ma.kele,
llutlcr ll.hr, Ikrrj Dl.hct.
Toilet Artlctca, Ac, Ac, Ac. Ac
Oooila open for Intpectlon durlns the day.
t I", AlatiMa). Aue'lr.
CHRISTMAS SALE !
FRIDAY EVENING, DEC. 23rd.
- l'AUTiri'LAUS NF.XT WKKK.
K. r. AtlAMS, Aucfr.
PORTABLE OR PIRR1ANINT
If ft. lcacittat 14 lb, to ike jrard.
For ail. lo atrlro pet " DuV of Abcrcorn,"
Apply lo W. L.UKGRX, or
li, W. Macfailaiic A Co,
aa,if eltf Ageula for Jbo. Fowler Co.
ILL PERSONS SEEKING EMPLOYMENT
AMI AlalJ rAIVl'IM WillKIl 1
Uaoci, at any of tbt l.laud. la th.Uroip
In Want of f mploye
Will pleM raaW their xaula Vuowa to Ih. nnder.
I jued, Vho will da all In their power to til Ihelr ordeia.
P. O. JOSKS. Jr. "I , ... .
J. IU ATUKRVtlS. e BniDloynilBl if-nwlUee
those very iesi n.vni. v
kaTua, ltl ixcupleU by 11. B. M Commraalo.ef.
Jan.' Hay Wodeiia.e. laia- T bulldlec. a. jnaC
rM0U.ee tU3tra l tluuill. . - aw
.V.U, BUM .'""" ' ,
dlllon.aud pifuouoccd by blot IB beat h
nnitcd for f bVorit f tat leu.at. iJonrawral
ialer lata i'B. be.lde. bailer a windmill. Hh .apply
of awalaweet and clean healthy water, which a txen
:: i. .i I.. u..if thomnuiu of ih. Chal lenK.r Kxt
V . 1 , -
Inc. he Kit Mfn"1'.,
For pailtoilao, lu'lMU
be fihlppnl liyonr Coiallnc
V....I. mn.f bare the NAMK
OF Till! I.AMHMI I'l.AI.M.t JlAimnir.
err Wevtlll pay no claim for lo or dnmacetoeon.
luiiiea whuare iiol 1111 hand lo Ircilve Ihelr llootla
jXlin""!. T U. I-OSTRK A Co.. Apenl
FOR SAN I'UANCISCO.
Tiir. ynv cmitkh iiaiikkntink,
mW. H. DIMOND
jlWaaZ )ul ui.ETT, Ma.ler. .kieii.
Will hfivc Quick Dlsprttch forthc above Port
For FrelKht or paoace, apply lo
(W) 65 WM . ( I I II IV I Jf .ICo., Agenta.
Hi AiMfttcnn nnrkrnllnf
fiZSZtXX- rCHIIIMAN, Ma-ter,
Will have quick dUpntch for above port.
l'or freight or paaaage apply to
t-W II H tl'KF.'I.D.; rn Arenla.
17UR SAN FRANCISCO.
f r. The Fine American lliljr
JMi W. H. MEYER,"
Will luve Onick DIiprtch for above Fort
For freight or pa. rage apply to
e I' IIIIKWKII AC'O, Agenla;
l'OR SAN FRANCISCO.
Till! FABTSAIf.lNd llAIIKNTIilKK
lV Jane A. Falkinburg
-rtTi IIUIIIIAIIT, Maaljr,
Will have Quick Dispatch for the abovePort
h8l a CASTM .t COHKK.Agenla.
STEAMER LIKE LIK E
I ,11AM i:i..
Slramrr I.lkrllke vrill lrnvc ItonMiiln rch Tumtliix
nt A r m. tcmclitnc nt I.nlitiltui, Munlnni I'nr. Alnkcnn,
.MnliiiWiMin. Knwnllii.1, I.tii.jinlnM liot iuuI Illlti.
Itf-tiithlng will trmch nt all llic uboe port, nrrlvlng
at llumiliiln rnfh K titular a. m.
or .No 4'rnllt for lnn(r Jlnner. n
Wo ioiltl'cly rrfiipr lo opi-n nrcntini, for l.PfOpri,
aihI wc rtf ritlnrljr caII 11m attention of t lie trturHtiR
pulillc to llic tic-piit) f hnliij4 ltaunrc Ahtl Frrlttht
iilalnl) tuiirkctl; tlm steamer will not be rt-HponrTllitp
i(r Any nnninrkrd ItiijHAgf, or for Prvlcht r I'Atccli,
iinleD lt'rrllrt nn.
Freight Money Duo on Demand.
In Allrii-"i nf frclulit forpnitlt nnt rlton'lhlp, or
uukuoH n, tin freight moiie y w 111 he ti f,ulrt tltn advance
ACKAUI.. ol M4IOItM mid UI1NK1S ML1H
in; iii.i.v mauki:i
For IhrpATtT whom thry nr fnr.nr plainly tUtrd In Ilia
recrlpt to whom thpy rt Kiul,;iittl.
.Ml demand for tiKtnnr-? cr ut iniirt be made within
In no Hv llftblr for In ft or nrcloViit tn lUn tork.
I fT Ilarlc Drivers, IIojp, nndurh like, will not be
alloMfdnn bo.trd the MrAiucr on anlvnl, tititll After the
tiflfii:;irs lime bern lauded.
bTl WILDIIH .t CO.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
For San Francisco.
T1IK MPJXNtlin HTCAIfaJllII
CITY OF SYDNEY!
:.. mtuu.v. triAMi:ii.
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about Monday Sec. 10.
FOR SYDNEY VI AAOCKL AND!
Tin: Mi'i.r.xiun ATuniHiiir
4:111: -t.w.ir.it. tiin-i a 111:11.
On or about Saturday, Dec. 24th,
l'or Krelich! and 1'aasace, apply to
SJn. II. I1A'J!CFKI.II(0., AcpiiIk.
IJtM.iN lor Nlilimrit rr Nlrnnier rnn now
bt Nfiirril, f'rep t tinrre. In the Plretrflf
warehimae tirwr Hie Mramer II harf.
CHAS. BREWER & COS
BOSTON LINEOF PACKETS
tiik wn.i. nt:
ill-patched from llo.tnn for Honolulu on or
Tho 1st rlajr of November next.
Fer.nua wt.hlnjr loonier pooda ahlpped hylhlaTcaacl
ahotild m.iil nriKra on or before bepleuiber th. For
further partlcnlarr apply to
STS 3n O. nilEWKK A CO.
From Honolulu to Hilo Direct.
The A 1 Clipper fcehooner.
Will .all Crom Honolulu lollllo direct, and will call at
Intermediate Tntta nn the relnrn trip.
For Freight or ra.raRe, apply to Ihe Cai tain on hoard,
I Ml or A. FttANK COOKE, Agent.
A. PKANK COOKE,
AOKNT FOU THE FOLLOWING COASTKHSi
Wftllele. c Mnlolo
Wnloll. VlfW J'li
Waiehn. JpKA -Walmaln.
Gem. Slrrretl Si4iji KrUuna,
FI.AO Ited with While Hall, omen Coiner of Qneei.
KH ami Nuuauii Mreete. I
PLANTERS' LINE fOJ SAN FRANCISCO
jMCL C. Drowor & Co.-Agonts.
BQf Mctchandiat recelted Murarie I'rrr. ljii
aud liberal ra.h adiancca mado on ahlpmenla br ihla
lie. ft' Ir O. II1IKUKU .t,t:o.
SUGAR & SYRUP
CONSUMERS OFJEFINED SUGARS.
BOSTON CRUSHED SUGAR
I.N HALF ItAIIIIKI-S;
DRY GRANULATED SUGAR
Soft Granulated Sugar
IN HALF HAM-KLS!
The above are the Sweetest Sugars
iu tho Market, and will be sold at
a Small Advance on the Prices of
Hawaiian Sugars. For Sale by
HENRY KAY & Co.
BO Bbla. Ua.
M Cam MUuaa atrv-Mt,
B Cmu SeU Crtvcker.
100 BUa. riMi. tell
FOR 8AU BY
At B. F. Ehlers & Co.'s,
Friday & Saturday Even'gs,
DKUE.1I1JKU Otli AND
r FOR PARTICULARS
The Oldest, Largest, Best
Store in the
C. E. WILI-IAMS, Proprietor.
HfiTln-,' mailc ArranrjTfnicnts
wc can, nml it 111,
A Full Line of New Furniture and Upholster
ing Materials, the Very Latest Styles,
Comprisincj Sating, lliiw Silkti, Cnshruercs, BcrRen, Dnmnaks, nml Heps, nil colors; nlso,
A. TNTEreV I-.OT OJF1 OJFLH2aIlCJNrS S
Silk CoiiIb, TnsseU nnJ Girupo, Gold mid Silver Picture Wire, l'icture Knils, Cornice Hook8,Ac.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF ELEGANT
WAIIT SBQ1VIZ3D AHtB GILT FRAHBS, FDR FAED1 SETS
Lomiccs, Litir.iry Chalra, I
a, StmiilBh, Wimlovr
I'litent SprinK KockcrH, Ehkj Clinirs, Fiiot
seo our LATEST
PATENT BED LOUNGES AND SOFA BEDS,
which art) tho Mint l'opntnr on tho 1'ncifio Const. Straw, Eicflaior, BIokii, Enrekn, Pnlu, Hnir,
nnd Fctlhcr Mnttrcnxra and 1'illons on Hand and Mnde to Order.
GJE3ijja:Fxojsr siiirsr-Gar :oe333s !
THE HEST IN USE WILL LAST A LIFETIME. Also, l'iunfore nnd Stnr Sprinc lleds,
WoTim Wiro MuttrcMies, nutd. sizes; Sprinc; Mnttrcbfies Mnde to Order nil Work Guaranteed.
OiL FlltSTCLASS DPIIOLSTKRKRS KMPL01KD !
FULL LINE OF NEW AND ELEGANT FURNITURE,
Cororrisinr; In part of : Rlack-wnlnut Bedroom Seta, Wardrobes, Rurcnus, French Dressinc; Cases
Chilluniers, Sideboiirds, Wrilinrj Desks, Hook CM, Wlintnota, Lllnnrj-, I'arlor Tnbles,
IJI.ick-unliiut Extension Diiiiiiu Tables, llouquct Stands, Musio Stnnds, Rook Stands, etc.
Imitation Walnut, Stained and Fainted Chamber Sets, Wardrobes, Bureaus, Chiffoniers, Sideboards
lllack-wnlnut. Oak, Maple nnd China Chsiis, all Myles nnd bizes; n full assortment Window Shndcs,
with plain and patent spring pullcrB;
.A. IiAROEl LOT 03F MIRIIOIIS,
square, arch, nnd corniced top. nil slzca: tiricca from i1c. to $1W). Mirror Mates of nil s ireR Alveays on
Hand; nlso, n Grent Vnrietv of J'nticv l'icltir. Frnnien. card, cabinet, and larger sizes;
Tho Very latest Stales of PICTURE AND CORK1CK MOULDING, a New Lot of ELEGANT DAUV
CAR l.VGEB, ClULDREN'S EXPRESS WAGONS AND CARTS. Tho Latest and Best,
THE" WIJL1.1AJMS'' SEWING MACHINE,
SOLD ONLY RY C. E. WILLIAMS. RT PRICE, THIRTY-FIVE DOLLARS 1
Pianos, for sale or hire; Violins, Concertinas, nnd all kindaof Musical Instruments Always on Hand.
Five Dozen Iron Hrdsteads, for sale rhenn; nl-o, a Complete Assortment of Chenp Furniture : Chil
dren's Chairs and llocktrs, Criba, Crndlea and Desks, Walnut and Iron Brackets, Chromoa, Gem nnd
Jowel FoldiiiR CarrinKcs, llockiuc Clinirs, Feather Dusters, etc., etc
CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE.
to 8T8 C. E. WILLIAMS. Ill Tort Street, nnd HO Hotel Biwt.
G-I VINGr UP THE
DRY GOODS BfJSIlJTCSS
Ilftving Mnclo Diflbront Arrnngoiucnt, I Havo Concluded to
SELL OUT MY ENTIRE STOCK
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Clothing and
I want to got rid of ovorrtlmu boforo tho 1st of January. I don't caro what
tho Goods bring, but ihoy must bo sold. A. M, MELLIrf.
LOOK AT MX PIUCISS, AND BEE WHETHER I MEAN WHAT I SAY
Ladle.' Law n tacli, llaniliomrlr Trimmed.
Ucbege lire.. UikmIi. dark nail ll:iit, per jard.
lllack and Cliloled llera. tier yard....
Lawn lire. aca, . t piece., EUaranlirdluwatli. ....... 4 IU
Mlk (mixed) lre.llol.. ti
Ijjir." ramjr Colorvtl Uu.enr Uil, I, doi ti
Men's Xlnluu L'udtr.hlii. M
PfiS Every Visitor will Hoceivo a Haudaouio Photogruph of Well
Kuowu Celebrities or Actrcssva FAEB OF OHAItGE.
Trtrties Huyiug Fivu Uollurs' "Worth, or ovor, will Receivo TEN PER
CENT. BACK. ON THEIR INVESTMENT.
BTOEE, GOOD WILL, AND FIXTURES TO LET !
A. M. JLEIXIS,
-1VBK sll'WAB IK U LB. MSB.
Croahtd Ssjar In IUircU- Dry Oraoalated Sajar la
aUinU. Far bale by W UiU.K A lo,
10th, AT 7 O'CLOCK.
SEE SMALL BILLS !
and Cheapest Furniture
wllh tlic LAIMJKST & HEST FACTOKEIH
SKM. CHKAVKK TIIAX AXV OTHER HOUSE
Islnmls. S3T ALL GOODS nro Se
lected at tho Factories by Mr. C. E.
Have Just Received from San Francisco
per KAI.AKAUA anil Other Lntc ArrlTnli,
nnd Turkish Chalra; FnrIorEx(enaion itorkers.
J!et, Ac, Ac P0 Do not fnil to
; Larse Size bilk UandkerchUfa, 3)x) T3
3i itubuer lipped Lead 1'ei.clli, per doa a
aO ; .ol Pauer, U team, per patkaze 3
Larce. Mae rnn'-cl TM ea tl
I j.tle.' luibiljan ll...e, tllk, clocked cr Ikh..,.,.J 60
summer silk, checked.., , MJ
KM V Mmt, air M4l Mr, Hoaatala.
XXTEA MESS 1EEFI
H0U.SS A CO.
Salo of Lenaa of Government T.anrl.
On Wnlncailar, Jannatjr llli, lb-", at thi. fmntrti
trance of Alllolanl Hale, at 13 o'clock noon, will li
aoldat Pnblle Aucttun the Leaae of alltho.e certain
premlaea lielongliiR lo Hie llanallai, (lorcrnment sit
uated In Kaira, near the Oaliu I'rlton; cona1atln nf
Flali Pond, Kilo land Ac, and known a.' IClIUII.l
TKlt.MS.-I.emc loyeara, npel price Jll'.perannnm,
pajslile aeml-aiiuually In ailtnnce.
l'or fnrtlier particular., enquire at Hie Land Ofllce of
this Department. II. A. P. L'AUTf'll,
Mlniiterof Ihe Interior.
Dept. nf Interior, Honolulu, Ilee td, IW1. W, tin
S.le of t'oi .merit Lnta.
On Vedneday, Jsnnar th,IWi, at I o'clock noon,
nt front tntrancc of Alllolanl Hale, wilt lie sold at I'nb
lle Auction I'otir ttllltilllli: I, ila ttn, 41.1, 4H,
ll.1i and 110, ultuatedon the Mniikn atdeof Itllinll
atreel, Klitnnluifiim I'liilna.
TKIIMS-Caah. Uact price nt) for Ihe font loin.
II. A. V. CAKTKll,
Jtlril.ter of Interior.
Dept. of Interior. Honnlnlu, llec 3.1, 18UI. (4 It
The Ulirlatmas vacation of all Ciorcrnment Schoolaln
the Klngilnni, will extend from 1'IIIDA V, llec. !Tlil. to
MONDAY, Jan, Kth.; nnd on thai date, (.tan. 9lli, 1587,)
a lien lerni will bejlii,
11 tlio Hoard of Kdneatlon,
tt. JA8. HMITII. Sec'y.
IMucatlnn Ofllce, Dec. Sil. 1SSI. 0 .It ti 31
Notice to Mariners.
Public Notice la hereby glren, that on and after the
1'lltST of .fANt'AHY I (SB, there will be exhibited on
the extreme South We. t Point of Mnloknl, a fixed while
Kreanel Light of fniirlh(lth) mncnltiideahowlncatoiind
the coinpa.i. The LUht la al an elevation of .VJ f I. from
aen level and Is vUlblc from a common e hlpa t.ck In
char weather a ilbtance of 11 mllea. Tower la patuled
while. Lantern red. The bcarlngi are Macnetlc and as
(1) To lllmoml Head N. W West.
('.'I To Makapuu Point N. Ci" Weat.
(3) To Mokoim Point N. .7U Weat.
(I) To NV Point of Moli.knl K. 8" Kaat.
(5)-To Sff Point of Lnnal H. W." Haat.
Ofllce of the Interior
Honolulu, Nov l?lh, ltS, f, jm
Mr. It. W. T, I'uiivia haa Ihla day been apKlnted
lload Supervisor for Ihe Dl.tllcl of Kanalliau, Ialandof
II. A. P. fJAUTF.II, Minister of Interior.
Interior ofllce, November lltli, pmi. CI 3t
Licenses Expiring In December, 1881.
Worn; Kwonir Kect. l'ort at. Honnlnlu
Alal, School it, '
U. J. FMiel, cor Fort nnd Hotel at, "
l.au Fook Kee, NllUiiuil .t,
Ah Sam, Knneohe, Konlnupoko,
Li.k Uhong, Nuuauii at,
Alo, Ilercl ml i at,
Ah Sliak, Pawaa, "
Win, Powell, lleretauta it, '
Mtin Tol, Mannukra at, '
Ho San, King at, "
O. (lens, Fort it, "
T. I!. Foter A. (!o, Kaplanade, "
A, Fcrinmlez, Kln at,
SVm. Jolimon, Fort it,
Hcntnn, niven ,t Co, N Kohaln,
OeeSlic Honoltl. Illlo
Phelpa .V Smith. Italawa, N Kobala,
Akau, Kallua. N Kona,
Cliuii-; Sal, llllo,
Frank Sena, Puebuohii, X Koltala, Hawaii,
Ah Sam. Kaneohe, Knolaupoko, Oahu,
Atal, Wnllukti, Manl,
O. Sa.nlz, I.lhne, Kauai,
Gee Ohon: .t Co. 3!atinakca ft, Honolnlu,
Alutin, Wulnltia. Oullil,
Akunn, Pitkoo, Molokal,
Tjiu Loy, Walhikii.
Ohaa. Dwlghc, Kona, Oahn
C. II. Wllion,
O. ll.Judd.Jr. ' "
Amu, Ilamakua, Hawaii.
D. Tnjler, Lahalna. Maul,
Phrlpa Smith, Hulawa, X Kohala. llawnll.
Won Wing Shlnc'KlnKdom. '
J.J. Halatcad, Ulupalakua,
Chun; Aloui:, Ijihalna,
Chock See, Makauao.
(juong Funs A. Co, Kahulul,
Tom Son. Walluku
M. Kopoikal, "
Tarn Loy, "
Wins Wo Tal i Co,
Zee Slue. Haiku.
F. T. Lenehan A Co, Nnnanu at, Honolnlu.
F. T. Lehehan Jz Co, Nuuanu at, Honolulu.
Raunp .t Schranler. Hotel at, Honolulu,
l'aakaula, Kanalhuu, Kaujl,
Abl, Haiku, Muul.
II. Armltase, Hotel it, Honolulu,
Lee On:, Honolulu,
Honx tuon, Hoiiultiln.
L. Severance. Hawaii.
A Proposed Amendment.
To Article .VI of the Conatltntlou ftanltil by Ilia Ma
city Kamchameha V, on the 3sth day of Auguit A D.,
tMI, as amended aud appioved on the 13th day of May
A. D. lSTO, accordliij to Article M) of Ihe Conitltiitlon.
That Article "Vcf the Con. Iltntinn be and the lame
a hereby amended ao aa to read aa follow at
"Section M. The Reprcienlatlvc ahall receive for
their sender a compettaatlnn to beaacertalnedby law
and paid out of the Pnblle Treasury; but no Increaac of
eomperiiallon ahall take iflect durtnc Ihe year In which
It ahall hate been made; and no Ian ahall be paaaol
Increaalnc the coninen.atlua of .aid Itepreaeuutlvea
beyond Ihe lum of Five hundred Dollar, for each
I hereby certify Hut Ihe forejolii" Hill paaaed Its tblril
readlnzlu the Lccl!atlvc Aa.embly nf the Hawaiian
l.laud. on the Uth day nf July A. 1). 1880.
J AMKS M. MO.NSAIIRAT,
677 Ol 3n Secretary,
Tn Article 61 of the L'nn.tllutlon granted by Kararha
meha V. on IheSOih djy of Aur-nat A. II. 1WI In accord
ance wllh Article tsJuf raid Cunatlutlon
Section 1. That Article GI of I lie t'omtltutlon sranlrd
by Ilia Msjeaty Kamrhamcba V, on heUh day of Au
pu.t IPfrl be and Ihe eame la hereby amended In aceor
dancewllh Arliclatklof aaldCon.lltntlon, by atrlklni;
out tho wurda "live hundred' and by aubilliutlu;; there
fore the word, "two thnuaud'and by atrlklng out Ilia
worda" two hundred and flfly"and mti.tltullnz there
for the worda "ouu tbou.aud" ao thai the Article
ahall read ai follow..
" Article rl, No perion ihall be eligible for a Repre
sentative nf ihe people, whole luiano or an Idiot; nor
unlcaa lie be a male aubject of Ihe Kingdom, who .hall
have arrived at the lull age of twenly-one ycare, who
ahall know how tn tead and write, who ahall understand
accounts, and ahall hate been domiciled In the King-
om for at bait three yean, llm latt pf which ahall U
the year Imumllalrly pnxedlug hi. election and aho
ahall own real e.lito wlihlu the Kingdom nf a dear
value ovrr and above all tr.rnmhrancea of at lea.t Iwo
(hoiwand dolUre. or who .hall have an annual Income
uf al lea.t one Ihouaand dollar, derived from any
properly or aome lawful employment."
I hereby certify thai Ihe forccnlnz Bill paned Ita
hlid trading Ir. Ih. L.iilalallve A.aeuiblv of ihe lla-
wauau itiana. on ta. vii aay or Auiruai a, it. leeu.
JAM(. M, NU.M
877 CI 3m
FoLLowtxo are the Police Court proceedings for
the week i A. D, Qitbeiia, aaunlt and battery on
M. W. McOnemiT. remanded to December 3rd.
Geo. McGrejuror, drunkenness, aentaneed to thrve
months' imprisonment at hard labor and tn pay
81 coats. Daniel, same charge, fined $5, coats $1.
Man and Plko, tarns charge, forfeited & bill
each. YVnhakel and Ren Tenerio. aauie charge,
fined i and ft coats each, lien Tenerio, asaaolt
aud battery on Kee Hop, fined 'J0, coals $lJiO.
Leung Pa, hitvlnj opium in potseasion, sentenosd
to nice montlu' Imprisonment at bard labor, fined
flU), coats $.1.40. Kuipaka, ame charge, fined
$5n and sentenced to two months' imnrlaonment
and ta p-ty lf3.M mats. Kuruabul and Kamoku,
adu'tvry, former fined JW, costs , and the latter
fined fit, roau a)l. Ah Tack, bevdlaoa rid'.nf,
fined (A, coats 1. Kela, auwult and battery oa
Anna Kaal, forfeited r10 bail. I, aaaaalt ami bat
Ury on Paaraakahiki, fined It, coU (3. Ah Kol,
Ab Coon. Ah Moon, Ah Tuck and Ah bee, violat
ing the aUbbath. fined , coaU $1 moo. Clonal,
eomrson nsiaanc. noitt vrotti! entered by pro
cuUon. Makatia, Wailil and aUlaUkoa, km
esarae, oih prattu! entered in seen sus. Ah
Nee, aaeretiax prisoner, utll tyreaeynf entered by
proeeenlion. Leong Ha, having opiau in pnuss
tun, iU jtrttfmi entered by proaeeatloo.
T Tsat quantities ol water tateeharged into
the harbor this week (roan the moantaiM hare
toada it took tike a putkd uf ian4d water.
DKCEMHEH 3, 1681.
All advertliementi for the Satcbdat Pnsia mnitbe
tent In by Friday noon. No Inirrttnna for the current
laane can be guaranteed when aent In later.
Adverltieri will mark the number of Inierttonade.
Irril, from which dale they charge. Any nut to marked
will be charged .1 month.
TltOS. CI. TllltL'M. Manager.
NOTES Or THE WEEK.
Tnr Cr'fie.Veir Vorlt hrotinlil fotly-nilio jms
sctiRcrs from tho Cunat to this place.
Ret. J. A. Cmtzan returned from Porlland, Oro
fjoti, by tho mall steamer la.t Monday.
Tnr.nr. have boen n number of thunder stormi
on this island dmlnr tho last few days.
Tnr. Mlvdon Children Society will meet this
evenltiL' at tho rcaldenro of W, O. Smith, Faq.
Dumxo ilia storm on'ihursday it wni so dark
that hnipt had to bo used in many uf tho stores
nnd office In towiu
ANiisnirnof residontsof Honolulu rclnrnod by
IheCffin AVir Yoik; ni will ho seen by rendlnc;
tho gleaner's pnsseii(;or list.
Mb. F. P. II tax. ns, formerly U. S. Vice-Consul
nt Honolulu, returned to the islands with Ills wife
by tho C'if.i of Xnr i'oik,
Arrr.n the rotnnt of thn Hand from Hawaii, tho
members will lie nllowcd their well.cnrned nnd
tnucli'ticcded amiunl mention,
CJcrrs Emma returned last Hunday momlnc; by
iho I.Hittle from her trip to Maul and Hawaii.
Mho wai everywhere met with a warm reception,
A lyocoiiortvi: nrrived from New York by tlio
CaiUmcn for Mr. Wlhler's railroad, and wnstnkon
up to Mahrkonn by tho LHtlikt on Wednesday.
DuniKO the twenty-fonr lumrs ending Wednes
day morntnu nt 7 a. m., 2.73 inches of rnin fell nt
Mr. W. Vr. IlnH'H resldenco on Nuuanu avenue.
Owtso to tho stormy wcither in tho early pnrt of
tho neck, tho stenmcra l.iktlUt, lrlmn, ICHhiim
on nud 0. 11, lllflmji deferred halUni until Wed
Tnr.nr: will bo n iuectlnr of tho Rending Room
and Library Association this cvonlmr, when a Sec
retary will bo elected aud other important husiucsa
RicrtAriD frrnr.rT bolow Merchant was n perfect
mud-holo yesterday nftor tho storm, nnd prisoners
were cii'.ii;ed in Hhovelliif tho slush into cuts nml
hnullti it off.
Kisn Kti.iKAUA and (Juocn Knplol.ani left Hono
lulu by tho l.Hrlikt last Wcdn6sday for Hnwnii,
where they expect to bo nuscnt until nftcr thn
holidays. They wcro accompanied by n portion of
Monday last, tho anniversary of tho recocmltlon
of Hawnllan Independence, pissed off quietly.
Tho only public recognition of tho dny wns the
display of tines, nud a roynl saluto from Punch
bowl battery at noun.
Tiik Social which wns to lmvo lieen given by
tho Uethcl Social Union on Thursday eTcnlnp;, 'rnB
postioned on account of tho rnin to last evening.
A Inrrje number wcro in nttondnhconnd all present
seemed to enjoy I hemelves.
Is our fullpsce supplement this week will bo
found a do'.niled account of thn Lyman Golden
Wodi!inrnt Hllo, with the mldresnen delivered.
Our Snu Francisco letter, uncommonly intorcstiii(
nnd newsy, will also ho found in tho supplement.
A HUMrmn of Pacific Coast nnd Eastern papers
havo commented on tho "slavery business" In
these Islands, nnd as a rulo ery llttlo credenco is
Uiven to tho B. F. Chronicle' stntcments, but tho
notices aro not all complimentary to tho Islands.
J. A. Cmjzah, pastor, will nupply tho Fort Street
pulpit Sunday, pronchlnR n senuou nt 11 o'clock
in tho mornin nnd delivcrins n lecture to yount;
peoplo nt 7:30 iu tho oveuiiiR. Younc people's
prnyer mectiuf; in the vestry nt 0:15 Sunday
Wk learn that tho rats arc Etlll Tory destructive
nt Wninlua, on this island. They cat tho cano
stnlks off near tho ground nnd instead of ratine
whnt tbey have thus cut down, contino their work
of destruction, causing a considerable loss to the
Fresh mullet were plentiful in tho market last
Thursday ten to a dozen Rood-sized ones for a
quarter. The fishermen attributed t je large haul
to tho influence of the rain. Perhaps tho fish
caruu in for a drink, and so pot " scooped." There
nro parallel Instances on record in humnn experi
ence. Tub rainy weather continued all of tho present
week until yesterday with only short intervals of
Kunshine. On Thursday it rained hard nenrly nil
dny hut yesterday morning tho clouds had disaj
pcared. During the continuance of tho rain tho
prevailing winds wero from the south and south
east aud the storm mutt certainly havo reached all
of the islands.
A RsATTLKnono, Vermont, paper says : " E. If.
Allen, a former resident of Brattleboro nnd now
minister from the Sandwich Islands to Washing
ton, was in Brattleboro the last week in October,
with his son, E. II. Allen, Jr., nnd his danghter,
Mrs. Dr. Weselboeft, of Boston, to bury another
daughter, Mrs. Ellen Harris, who died at Hono
lulu in July."
PmsouAiM Mr. Will Canon, the special corres
pondent of the 5. F. Hiillilln, will leave next Mon
day by the linilnni to make a thorough tour of the
Islands in ine interest oi inai paper, as ici suo
Hcription nnd otherwise. We have availed our
selves ot tnu opportunity or presenting too inter
ostH of tho Satusdat Puus lo tho eople of tho
Tug light house erected by the Government on
Molokal is on the extreme south-western point.
Tho light U at mi elev.ition of fifty feet nbove tho
nen, and can bo seen at sea n distance of eleven
miles. The light is a fixed white Ftesuel, nnd will
bo exhibited nftcr tho 1st of January next. An
other light house should nnd probably will be put
up on tho north-western point of tho samo island.
Tho latter would bo of service to vesaels ill the
Coast trade when in tho channel al night.
Tun CVfy of A'eir York arrived on Monday from
San Francisco, two d-iys behind schedalo time.
Her delay was caused by having to wait for the
European mail, which was delsyed by storms on
the Atlantic and hevry snows on the overland ronto.
Sim brought a number of pasengera for this port.
One of the pisscngeM, John Morgan, n native of
Tahiti, died on tho '-"Jth, nnd was buried nt sea.
In the Boston Dally Adrtrllur of November 7tb,
Klisha H. Allen, Hawaiian Minister to the United
States, publishes a letter contradicting and cor
recting slnteraenla mado in that paper concerning
the South Sea immigrants in thcxi islands and
the treatment of laborers here. Following It la
the reply of tho Hoard of Immigration to Rev. 11.
Bingham's report on South Sea Island laborers,
which U taken from tho SiTUutnr 1'r.csa.
The 'rainfall in this vicinity for November
somewhat reversed the usual order. At Dr. Mc
Klhbin'a resldenco on lleretsuia ttrret the rainfall
was tJ.W inches I nt W. W. Hall's ou Nouauu
avenue it was Ml) inebea and at J. K. Wilder'" at
Ihe Ice Works in Nuuanu valley it was li.l'.S inches.
The large measurement at Dr. McKibbin'a iaduo
to the short but heavy rain about the middle of
Mat month which waa verr heavy io town but did
not roach up to ibo valley.
A vest pleasant gathering of friends met nt
" Wellington Pine" on Tuesday evening last, not
withstanding the severity of the weather, to wit
nesa the medding ceremony of Mr. J. A. Kennedy
of this city to Ml'a M. O, Kirkland of Oakland by
the Rev. B. 0. Damon, and welcome the young lady
to her itland home, lly the thougbAfulaeae of
rrnny wcll-wlahtrs the residence had been taste
fully decorated, and the happy cooplo received the
hearty congratulations and evidences of aloha of
their friends till a late boar. ,
Wc are pleased to tiata that nons ot the people
who were in quarantine exhibited any sign of
small-pox. Those on OMeen street were dis
charged on Tuesday, and those quarantined at
Kikihnle were dUcharged ou Wednesday. Wheth
er the case was varioloid or not the action of the
health authorities miut be commended in taklcg
prompt mtaaures to prevent it from spreading.
The native who was taktn to the amall-pox bosui
tal ha also been discharged cured.
Da. W, II. HiUMo.su arrived from the Coast bv
the Ci'fy f St Yrk to fill the poaltiou on Kami
recently held by Dr.Fitcb.as Oovorniornt Physician
far the northern dUtrict of that UUnd. Dr, Haul
mood waa public, vaccinator in San Francisco and
was demonalralor of anatomy iu on of the lead
ing medical eolleiiM thera. Ha has bad much
experience, cornea hl.'hly rccommouded, and will
no doubt Rive complete satisfaction in bit new
Ts Koko of but rJatorday la informed that a
revival of rtliaion intereet U in progreaa among
tho naUvea at Waipio, Hawaii, many new ooover
aiona being reported and backaliders reclaimed
and the house of worship well filled. Modi
the aam kind of report comae from Haiku, Maal,
and Waialoa, oa thw Itland. fiom Lahaina we
re yUiiui to learn thai the awe UtUreai U tell
there, three week-day ami two Sunday services lx
Ing held, wllh marked innnifrstatlnnsof A jerma
nent good resulting therefrom.
DtratKo thn moonless nights recently, it has
been not Iced that about half tho street lamps go
out before mldnlghl evidence of careless trim
ming. On Ihe other hand, anrno nf tho lamps
havo been observed Laming long after snnriae
which is an evldenco of Improper Knaglng. Tho
Clilnnmnti who takes rare of the lamps would
seem to need a gentle stirring up. Perhaps he is
a preen hand! noon I Ihe most useless thing In
human shape la a green Chinaman 1
Tnr. snnrlso nn Thursday morning was one of
tho most beautiful wo have ever seen, nnd waa
noticed by n number of people in town. With thn
exception of n small break in the cast, tho whole)
sky wns obscured by dense masses of clouds, and
through this opening tho rays of the rising sun
fell, lighting with a pslo yellow glaro tho over
hanging cloud ennopy and gliding every drop of
rain in tho light showers which wero then falling.
Tho sceno was magnificent nnd wns admired by
many until the bright coloring slowly faded away.
Kvrnv ono probably lias heard of snakes ehntm
ing birds, lint this power, It seems, Is poiwa'cd
by somo animals nlso to a certain extent. A few
days ngo Prof. Alexander witnessed a cat charm n
inynnh. Ills attention was attracted by tho cries of
tho mynali nnd ho observed tho bird on the limb of
ft tree Tho cat wns on tho gronnd eyeing It
closely and slowly nppronching, swinging Its tall
from sido to nido as it did so. As It drew near
the terrified bird fluttered down to a lower branch
and thcro thn poor frightened thing remained,
powetless to fly, nnd rlvoled to the place, until tho
wily rat, creeping nearer and still eyeing It,
sprang upon nnd caught It In Ita deadly claws.
We havo heard of ntitmnls exurclslng this power
but havo never beforo known of an Illustration
Tiir Inst mall brought from Han Francisco
pamphlet written or dictated by John C. Allardyco
recently of I.ulinlnn, nnd dedicated to Hon. 11. A.
P. Carter. 1 ho nnthor slntes In tho preface that
ho has fearlessly ventilated in puhllo places,
opinions bused on knowledge acquired, nnd al
though his expressions bare "occnslonally led to
his prosecution nnd Indictment" yet he cannot bo
dlverlid from what he deems his duty, In pub
lishing his knowledgo nf facts. He states that ho
cxptctedlo find tho islands an earthly paradise,
but wns disappointed. After a short Introduction
ho launches nut into abuse of Honolnln nnd then
follows with personalities. Ho drawn n moat dn
iilorablo plcturo of society in this cily. Ita
lins collected Iho bnr-room gossip of tho last fifty
yr.irn and now rehearses It. vouching for its truth.
It is ono of the vilest publication., wo have ever
seen, and tho publishers, recognizing this fact,
havo not given the name of their firm. It is only
staled thnt tho book wns published "for tho
nnthor." Wo enn mnko no extracts from it as It
is too indecent for republication.
Turns was a pleasant gathering nt Kawalahao
Scminnry yesterday evening pf tho friends nnd
pntroiiR of thnt Institution. The now building aud
tho improvements mado in the older part wero
much admired. Tho addition Is n two-story
building of wood, .10 by .14 feet. Tho first ntory is
14 feel high, tho second, 11 feet. On Iho first floor
nro two lnrgo rooms, n library and a music room
that can bo thrown into ono for any public occa
sion. Tliero is nlso n sowing room, well lighted,
and n guest room. Tho hnllis spacious and tho
Rtalr-cnao qullo ornamental. In thonpper story
aro sleeping rooms, ono for the teacher, ono for
Iho sick, connected with tho teacher's room, nnd
four donbln rooms for tho larger girls. All are
provided with lnrgo closets. It is the desire of tho
Trustees that these rooms should bo furnished at
tho expense of tho Institution, nml it Is hoped
that friends who were not present ytsterdny will
complete the good work then liegun, and lit up
every room w'tli every convenience nnd necessity.
Among other gifts wo noticed a largo book-case,
tbo Joint gift of MIhh Knight and Irene li, a
former pupil; n chnndelior from Mrs. Knight; a
largo engraving, and besides Ihesethero wero gifts
of money foO from Mrs. G. M. Cooke, fVO from
Mrs. Dimond, $5 from Miss II. Carpenter.
Tnt schooners Krettiior nnd Tteiliiiht havo left
Tnr. artesian well at Mnhnkonn nt last ndvioes
was down CSO feet, and in very hard rock again.
Queen Emma nrrived nt Hilo on tho steamer
T.HelUe, Nov. '-Mlh, nnd left in the evening for
Ilonoluln. The citizens would havo been pleased
bad nho honored them with a visit, nnd would hnvo
given hor a warm welcome.
iNronuATioN reaches us thnt during A thrro days'
storm on Hawaii n native thntch-houso at Kahalun,
North Kona, was blown down, and tho three native
occupants wero killed. Following is the report of
tbo Coronor's jury for which we are indebted to
Marshal Parko :
An inquisition taken at Kahaluu. North Kona,
Island of Haw nil, ou the SStti of November A. I),
1H.S1, before J. Wniamaa. one of the Coroners of
said Island, upon tbo bodies ot Kaiama. (k) Pala
puln, (w) and Kaapu fw), native Uawaiians thera
lying d.d, by the oaths of tho jurors whose names
nro hereunto subscribed, who being sworn to en
quire when, how, nnd by what means, the said per
sons came to their death, upon their oaths do aay,
thnt the said KnUnia, Palnpala nnd Kaapu came
to their death by the falling upon them of a
I batched house, which wns blown down by a strong
wind from the mountain, the said bouse being i
feel by 1G feet, and the timbers thereof being rot
ten. In testimony whereof tbo said Coroner and
tho jurors of this inquest havo hereunto set their
hands, tho day and yoar aforosaid. J. Waiarunu,
1. O. lion, J. 11. Knhularaa, N. Nanubai, Nainauu,
The mill nt Spreckelsville has slopped grinding
as tho cano has not sufficiently matured.
A humdeii of refreshing showers hare falltn the
last few days with good indications of more toon.
Tiie Drnmatio Club at Spreckelsville it rehears
ing for another entertainment lo be given in a
few weeks. They promise a very good bill on that
The weather changed on Sunday, aud slight
showers fell occasionally. Since then the sky hat
been cloudy, but only just enough rnin hat fallen
to keep tho dust laid.
Uron investigation, the rumored Knupo murder
roved to be an entire fabrication, but Sheriff
Yerelt'a prompt action iu the matter it com
mended, and hliows that transgressors of the law
had bolter beware.
Last Saturday night a raid was mado upon sev
eral houses Mr. Bailey's Chinese quarters at
Wailuku, nnd ,alxut twenty persons, mostly
Chinese, were taken to jail. Only a few of that
number were held over fur trial. Ibl. hat been
an opium den for some time, causing no little in
convenience to Mr. Bailey.
At a meeting of the Trustees of the Eatt Hani
Female Seminary at Makawao, it was decided to
add to tho buildings in order lo accommodate tho
increased number of scholars. This school bat
never had such an attendance as at present. It it
now over-crowded. Girls are coming here from
every part of the kingdom. Ah this institution la
in such a delightful iot, both at to climate and
location, thero is no reason why it should not In
come a great centre of education in this country.
Tbo amount to be raised is 3,uW, of which Ibo
Hawaiian Government will bu naked for 1,U0. At
the natives are lo reap tbu benefit it might bo
better to aak tho Government for two-thirds In
aloud of one-third, fur then the work might be
accomplished Boouor than by leaving such a largo
amouut to be raised from individuals.
On Saturday eveuiug l'Jlh inat, a very pleasant
entertainment was given by the "Hprrekeltille
Amateur Dramalio Club," m honor of Queen
Kinma who attended, accompanied by three ear
loads of viaitors from Wailuku. The performance
look place iu ono of the new buildings. A stage 15
by feet was raised ou one tide of the building
while to the left and front the seats were arranged.
To the right a neat private box covered with bunt
ing had been constructed for the occupancy of the
Queen. About 4C3 people wero present two-thirds
of whom were foreigners. A special train was ran
from Wailuku to Kahulul. aud quit a somber
attended from the above places. After the per
formance the teats were removed and dancing
was iudulgad in until the whisltt of tho locomo
tive warned Ihoae from Wailuku that it wat time
to depart. Music wa furnished by the BprecktU
ville lira aud String Rand.
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