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IIOSlil.VI.V, tiKCESMKn l. IMI.
Th rainy weather that tut continual throughout ths
week has materially aflecteil trade In ltd various
branches, bntlt still prove a cleat boon tn the tgrlenl
toral Intereittof the lilanda, at front all quarlert we
lee rn of reneront rln. On Kttt Mini-trough the
Katipo Dlitrlct-heavy freshets hive ben reported,
doing much dinuce, besides carrying anay the new
bridge near Klpthnla.
At .Mshukons, itnrlnr blow from the H. V., on the
37th alt., the Uric Jenny I'ltl" draped her inchor and
stent ashore, becoming a total wreck. Her cargo of 80
M. feet of lumber n sated Her crew arrived atthli
port by the l.lkellke on the till Inat., and left for Han
Francisco yesterday be the Discovery.
In foreign arrivals we hive to report hnt few for the
week, tlai the W. O Irwin from- Kahnlul, to load for
Bin Francisco, the Sir Lancelot from Olasgow with
Knicllh and Kuropetn mds. to O, W. Macfarlane
Co, and the Aldcn lleoe, from Portland, en route for
The deprtnra have been the W. II. Dlmond and
Dltcovery, both with fntl caignet for San Francisco,
rained t"n'ther at $II,M.
Thestleof leate of pasture land, acrea at Kwa,
at t'1 per annum, and two fishponds for $I,SOO per
annum, belonging to the II eatate, at the auction room
of C. P. Admit latt Sttnrday. Indlratet the deslrsblllly
of Investments In tuch directions.
The trustees of the l.nnalllo eatate will offer at auc
tion on Monday, Jan, 9th, a large number nf parcel) of
real eatate, situate In tjMoui parts nf the lalanda.
An auctlun sale of furniture by V. V. Adams will take
place to-day at the residence of A. MoWayne on Alakca
PORT Of HONOLULU.
Dee 4 Am be tne Xf (I Irwin, Turner, from Kahnlul
Htm Mlanea llou, fmm Kahulnl
Mm litliua. from liana mid Molokal
mm V It lllahnp, frnm Kanal
rtlin l.lkellke, iwin Hawaii and .Maul
Hcb Kulantaiiti, from Kohalalclc
hcli Paiiaht, from I'una
ft hcli den Hegel, frimi Walalna
7 Mm Jaa Makee, from Kauai
Mcli Nettle .Merrill, fruii I.stitlns
IJr bk Mr Lancelot, Hhnrtland, 1.11 daya from
Am bk Aldin Ilrtae, Noyes, SO dayt from
10-Hlm 0 II Ulahop, from Kanal
Dee S-Aaa bktne W II lllinond, lloudlett, for dan Y
Seh llalialala, for Hllii
& ntiu Kllauea llou, for Kahulul
Sim lwalanl, for Maalaea, Kuna and Kan
hch Julia, for holialalele
Nch Wallele, for .Malik J
-Stni l.lkellke, fi.r W Indward Porta
Htm I.elina, for Molokal and llnna
Htm U K lll'linp, for Kauai
Htm Moknlll, fur Kimlau
n-.kh Nellie Merrill, fur Lahalna
J-Ani bktue Discovery. I'errlinan, for San Fran
Hch Kulamanu, fur liana
Vewsala la Port,
Am bgtne Wm O Irwin, Turner
Ilr bk Mir Lancelot, Hhortlnnd
Am bk Allien llcaae, Noyea
Haw sen Jennie Walker. Knack.
.Ala btne W 11 .Meyer, llowe
Am bktue J A Kalalnkiiry, Hubbard
Am bk Oiilbdrleli, Hopkins
Am bk U U Whltniore, Mhlllaoer
lluu bk Uhlclavo, Urlaudu
Am tern Era, Paul
Vessels Expected rat Honolnla, from Foreign
Ocr bk Adonis, Deharde, llremen, due DecI-5, II. Hack-
felfl Co, Agents.
H, bk Kebrayil. New Castle, If. S. V due Dec
13-31 Wilder A Cu, Airenla.
Am bk Amy Turner, Newell, New York, due Jan I&-50,
C llrewer Jfc Co. Agenli
Drlt ihlp Duko of Abmuru, Illnnle, Llrerpool, due Jan
itV W, Agents
sclir Alaska. Jullllt. via Marquesas, due latter
part Dec. HackfelJ A. Co, Arm In
Ocr bk OK lllahnp, Walters, llremen, due Feb 1-5. II
llackfeld A Cc, Agents
fler bk Atalanla. Mohrmanu, Llrerpool, due March MO,
J T Walerhuuso Agent
Drltbk Kail Dnthouale.Jartli, London, via StMlchaets,
duu March 10-1S. llrewer J. Cu. Agenta
Iltll bk Nineveh. New Caatle. ,. 8. Y to aall
Nov l'.'lh, C llrewer i Co, Aceuta.
rMS City iifHyduey, Dearborn, Sydney due Dec
IVlb.H llackfeld Jt Co. Agtnta
l'MSS 7.t'alaiiUla, Cheruller, ban franclrco, due Dec
21th, II llackfeld .V Co. Agetlla.
Drlt bk Pacini! Slope, llaruea. New Caatle, N S W, load
ing Nuv let. Wilder .t Co, Agenta.
DrltHb Anler Head. . Han rranclaco, due Dec
8-11. II llackfeld A Co, Agents.
Am ichr Amm, .McCiilluch, ban Francisco, due Dec 10-
l. W (I Irwin Jl Cu, Agents,
Am bktue Kurtka, Linereon, Han Francisco, due Dec
liklJ, . Agenta..
Haw bk Kalaknna, Jeliks. Han Francisco, dne Dec 5-10
Am bk Kdwanl May, Johnson, Llrerpool, to aall about
IlecSUtll, , ogeiits
Ambkhurnees Abbey, Uucat, Iloaton, to sail about
Dec i O llrawir A. Co, Agents.
Am bgtne Conneo, llowaid, Han Francisco, for Kahn
lul, due Declu-13
Am bktne Kllkltat, Itobinaon, Port Uamble, II llackfeld
A Co, Ageuls.
Am bk Duena Vl'a. Calhoun, Port tlamhle, II llackfeld
A Co, Agent"
AmbkRmerald, Lord, Port (iamble, Ilackreld A Co,
Ilrbk Cliile Hell, , Llrerpool, T II Davles A
Kepotlof thu llrltlali bark Htr Iincelot, Hhoriland,
Master-Hailed fiom the Clydnlaitli July bad fresh H.
W. winds flrat juirt the pnesage, sighted Maderla. lf,th
of August, bnd light N. K. trudes lo 11 North latitude,
then fresh H. M. inonsnon. Cro.seil the equator J
West longitude 38 dayi out, then hod bnfltlng S. K.
trades to ; Houtb latltiule, from thence to Cape Hum,
bad fresh . H. W. nlnds. Hlglited Cape llurn lltli
October, Todays out. On the Iitli October fell In with
lieavy N. W. and W. N. V. gules up till the V7 October,
then had strong Wrsttrly winds, gut the H. K. ttndes ?j
Honth latitude had moderato light H K. trades. Croaed
the e'luator 131 West, 117 duya nut, got N. K Hades 11
Ninth lutltude, had frtsb breezis lo (tort, stglited thu
Island of Hawaii, I P. M.Tth December and arrived iff
Honolulu lO.IiO A. M. B December, after Pal days pu.aae
tlio last partof passage from Cape Horn, ship arcragtd
8 knots per hour fur ii days.
On the 1 October ship under lower tnatntnpsall,
mlten staysail, main tnmnasl sta)s.ill, Irrnieuilous
heary sea; ship look nn board a lieavy sea and wasbid
Alei. Haunders oer board, the weather being so very
bad that no boat could bo sent after lilm.
The Am bktne Jane .CValklilburg Is oil fish market
whirf. i'apt Hubbard Is taking ndvantae of time
while waiting for sugar to come, In painting and over
hauling hi ressel In general.
The Am bgtne W II Meyer Is at Hrewer A Co'a , harf
loading for Han Francisco, to sail early next week.
The Am bk Calbarlen la now discharging the latt o'
her cargo at Hrener A Co'a wharf.
The llr bk Hlr Lanidot arrlrrd on Thursday lat from
Cllasgnur. Hhe brings a large quantity of railroad Iron,
and also a general cargo, she reports light weather In
Atlantic, but ahe made a gotnl run from the Horn to
Honolulu, ail days. Hbe has ducked at the old steam
ship wharf where she will discharge.
The Am tern Kra hat dlscbargedbercargoof lumber at
the Esplanade, aud will sail to-day for Kurtka.
The bk Chlclayn la al the foul of s. t. Llkellke'a
wharf discharging a cargo of coal from New Cattle.
The Am bk C O Whltniore It at PUSH dock dis
charging a cargo of coal f loot Deparluro Kay,
The Am bk Alden Hesse, arrived from Astoria on
Thursday, en route lo Hongkong, Hbe came In for wa
ter, and will proceed on her oyage to-day.
The W U Irwin Is In the stream waiting the arrlral of
augar from wludnard she will sail for Han trauclscn
auoiit me latter part oi next week.
The llrltlali H, H. Anler Head from .San Francisco,
en romu to unina may ue lookeu lor Hourly wiin u. H.
The tier. blcAdonlt, It fully duo fmm llremen, and
the Anna, and Kureka, may be lookid for from Han
Francisco early In the week.
The Am bk Jenny Pitts, went ashore at Mahukona on
the morning of the V7lh Nutvmber, and became a tulal
wrrck. Bbu was fully tnturtd. Captain uud crew all
troui Newcastle. N. M. , per Chlclajo, Dec 2-
o.vi luut coal m ii.jiacKivm a wu.
Front Kureka, per Kra, Nov i-MT.VTO ft r w lurubcn
a pott, .'Ml m ahtnglca lu Vt'lder Cu.
Fruiu Astoria, (er Aldeu llis.e, Dec 9th I37.HU feet
lumber, 114 spars, 1 tuna bone shoes lu transit lu lluug
For Han Frauel.cu, per II Dlmond, DecU-l,'.T7,ll
lbs sugar, IOI.ikii lbs ili, it es ulauos, airap lion.
Val Fur, lt)j S'al Doin, wUMl
Fur Han Francisco, per Discovery, Dec 8th SfiSWI lb
sugar, ir.'l lb Pulu, t,TU lb rie, l buchs Uuunas,
Fgn. S'alue wl.tU; Hum, Value W.tli.ia.
Prom Windward Ports, ptr Ltkrllkr, Dee. 4tu-Capl
Hltirrl, wife alid child, Mrs A bhepartl and child, II T
Hhlpuiau, Mra Morau, W Hesse, W 11 Purvis, 11 Uvrger,
Kbiimur.lt Urumiiier. W Wriiucr, J Dost, t Ptck,
Mist Itoyer, Miss Pua llote PauuJ,
Front Kureka, per Kra, llec-J II lleltl.
For hau Francisco, iwr W II Dlmond, Dec S K Dll
lou aud wile, H M Fi.L aud wife, 11 II bells, Mrs II
J Auucw, ii Hliumoti, T 1) Motrlt, U W Urut.ii, U
Uusuvu Murouo, C Watte,
Fruui Aslorlt, per Aldeu Uetse, Dee lh-SU Chinese
U trautll to lloug Kong.
r,u8. Frauclsco, per DWcoiery. Pcceth-Mr Uurkc,
Jin F Co.inau, Mrs A Hbvppard slid child. V
lu baa Fitail.co, Cal.. Norenibr lllh, IMt, lu the
wife ol U, A. Macie, K..J, i( KlUaea Plaulatluu,
Kauai, a ton,
.am i in
Kdito rKas I liavelwea Klina a uncertain
of uiyttntut iu Auiii-cloU pullet uiiaabnky
loot uutil I aAW tUe lulsobiosuu uUemuive of
lb:U vtnuiibloarch I mru the llnuurablu I'riry
Councillor, tlio Wllor ol tlio iWiU CumHutxiul
AJmtutr, iu Ul 8turJa' iwpr, wurrvtii ho
rut Via tiutU'rcvturao by trytuij to tlJ.ilti wli.M be
xnetnt hr " foreign iutuUvis." bucU ktui iu thi k
ht aMlp tbo CkUM of Youtk roaU ull) ,
Tin: NATt.'itiiAv rnijan
Pnbllshed for the .utrcnntT Pnras Assocurin.i by
Jlook, Job and fieneral Printer,
Honolulu, II, I
Notices of any erenltof Interest transpiring on the
other Islands will always be thankfully recelred for
publication. Correspondents are requested to append
their trie names to ill communication., not for pnhli
ration necessarily, lint as a sjuaranlee that the writer
Is acting In good faith
Within tlie Inst faw jenm, two uncommonly
llTcly and pttro inimlcil Matcmncn liavo cottio
to llio fiottt (n tliin KinRiIom. Mko anme nf
tlio fincut rnro ImrjcH tlioir ortKin la linrdly
known, lint 1crt!rnrlirrc Uicm by tlio litttnr of
the plncen vrliore llioy Inst reniMnl, or clnlnictl
to rcalitoor dliln't rcaiilent nil, wo nlinulil cnll
tlicm tlie Italian nml Mnrtiintt Slntcnincti,
Willi n lenrful rtcnnl for tlio iiitcrcitln of tlio
Ilnwnilnti pcfiplo tlicy li.ivo been reluctantly
willitiB to become, guard inn over thin penplo
wlille llioy lived, nml iiilinlnistratnrn over lltelr
cfTccIa wlten lliey died. Tlio cttrcera nml tlio
diameter of tlicno luailinj; rncti have many
point In common. It is fair to infer that they
wcro under tlio inlliiciice of " piona mother "
ttntll n Into period In life. Itolh wero born, If
not "to rule tlio wave," then to fulfill ntno
other equally Rtnrion purpose, which, po!
bly, Herbert Spencer, l'rof. Tyiidnll and a
poaUmortctn might (Uncover, lloth liavo ex
ceedingly pictnreaqtio moral charnctcrn.
Neither by deafen or by accident liavo cithor
obtained fortune or fatno, becailso tlio world
linn been unworthy of them, Tlio ipiorant and
grovollitiK foreigner in theno IslnmU him al
ways nilimdertnotl them. Tho Itnlian tntc
man o ciimliictcd himnolf in America and
China, in tlio prompt liquidation of board bill,
nml in tho philanthropic art of exchanging hi
experience for other pcoplo's money, that the
Chincne, always nnxiou to put illustrious ex
amples of virtue before their benighted
neighbor, forwarded him, with n free pa,
sage, to this Kingdom, The Mormon tiito
man tm endearcil himself to the Dutch in
Java, that the intelligent Hollander forcibly
detained him, until they Imd drawn tho juice
of wisdom out nf him, and oven desired to
hang mid skin him, iu nrdur that tho sight of
his skeleton might iticilo Javanese youth to
deeds of bcnovolcnco and heroism. The genius
of the Italian statesman was for Riibmariuo
telegraphs and other pcoplo's money. Tho
genius nf tho Mormon Htntastnnu wit fur
cognate races, and newspaper contracts which
involved public inoncy. Whilo theso states
men dill'erecl considerably iu character, thoy
wcro astoiiudiugly nliku in ouo thing their
love for tho human race. And whilo they
hold high regard for e ich other, they general
ly dealt with each other " on a cash basis "
and o avoided any occasion fur misplaced
confidence. Winch of thu two originated tho
idea of "Hawaiian Primacy iu tho Pacific " I
not yet known, but historian aro coming to
the conclusion that the. Mormon statesman did,
anil hi Italian cotemporary gave it a Kurojic-
Tlio meeting nf these heroic spirit i aid
to havo been in the ccntro of Punchbowl hill.
The exact locality is dctcrniinod only by a
strong smell of sulphur which pervades tho
spot. It it related that they might have been
Been at night, riding dntibls-back, towards
that lonely spot, on the vcrtahrai of a spavined
mule, the arms of tho Mormon statesman firmly
clasped about tho body of tho Italian leader.
It was finally determined, on that consecrated
spot, that tho Chinese race, and tho Polynesian
race should bo brought under ono rttlo. A
sagacious Knhuiui was engaged by thu hour,
with payment in advance, to assist in fore
casting tho future. A written invitation was
sont to him, in diplomatic language, asking
him to be " graciously pleased to bo present
and lund his supcrnutur.il aid," and at tho
satuo time ho was requested to nectiro tho
company of any rcspectablo whilo pig, uud
chicken, which bad no other engagement for
the evening. After a solemn dedication of
tliumsolvos to tho great causo, an eloquent
oration was perpetrated lu the prcsoncb ol tho
pig and chicken. Tho Kiiliwm on receiving
u fee uf ftvo cents (in advance) gave them on
their bonded knees, his benediction. Tho
following resolution woro then adopted :
Kesolved That thoro is hereby established
n Hawaiian Primacy, which shall in five years
from ditto, bo ontitlod the Einpiro uf tho
IlcBolvcd That a general convention of
natives be held nil Christmas, Island, with tho
view of making an ullinnco between tho
Chineso and the Polynesian,
IlcBolvcd That distinguished delegates
from tho South Pacific bo requested tu provide
themselves with trownera fur tho august oc
casion, Kesolved That tho sum of Ten Millions of
Dollar is hereby appropriated for thu ex
penses of this convention, which shall bo re
imbursed by a lux on dogs throughout tho
A duett was thereupon sung by the states
men, the words of which woro written ex
pressly for the occasion ;
Will be very terrific
With utt Kiuniro prulifie,
Pol do rot tie ray."
A letter from Victor Hugo was then read.
Wo liavo neon only a fragment: "It is all
right t The Future slings oft tlio Past, like a
doad skin 1 lie not dismayed. Courage is im
mortal. Thou catia't quench lha fire of Ki
lauva if thou will pump enough water. What
it nebulous, unseen, between South America
and Atistiidiu, will fUih into u system uf
sl.trs, nt thy command. Thou wilt emancipate
tho brown races. The Polynesian and thu
Chinaman shall kite, tinder tho Southorn
Croat. Oh Uustur ! Oh Pollux I Oh Siamcso
Twins on the pathway of Ure to thu gulden
ciowin which wait theo in the bevutid ! Dutt
It! Snake it I"
These am only the fragments of history.
An elaborate schema fur tho government of
tho Empire wus carefully prepared. On the
queutiuit of thu " Minister of the Troasury"
llicio wus a diilerciici) uf opinion, which ended
tu a pi-r.utiul adjustment in tho dirt. Onu
alutcauuti Is said In have inserted his nose
into tht mouth and between the teeth of hi
antagonist, Tho ufiair wan settled by appoint,
lug iVn Ministers of the Treasury.
At the moment this splendid scheme was
about lo take formidable bhupe, ait " inipluaa-.
aniiics " occurred 11 ween the Italian states
man and tho vulgar residents of Honolulu, and
ho rvliicd lo tho Palaco of lite Cioaars, where
he is now loediutiug, nudes- the chilling effect
ufa cold neglect. Uccent uttersneos by the
cvUupouoeon Utciun indicate that the
scheme i to bo revived. Demands are to bo
made in Kuropo for an instant recognition of
Hawaiian Primacy there. This section of tho
chcine will be ably directed from the Palace
of the Crcsar. The recent conference be
tween the crowned head of that Continent
lead tm to believe that they are alive to tho
danger nf tho situation. In litis part of the
world, tho remaining statesman will operato
on sn extended lino.
Some year ngo a South Sea Islander at
tempted, with thieving purpose, to extract,
with hi fingor, a ring-bolt out nf a ship. A
t) e bolt wa three inches in diameter, ran
through ten inches of timber, and had a screw
nut on the inside, hi in.cc wa not com
plete. A vigilant boatswain calmly regard
ing him from tlio gangway, soothingly re
marked : "Pull away old Pagan. JJring your
grub and tit down to it fur a thousand years,
if you liko," No one will deny that this per
severing snvngn wa entitled to great credit
for hi high, though mistaken, elTort. Nor
should wo fail to express our heartfelt ndmlr
ntlon at the grand effort of the remaining
statesman lo establish " Primacy." Wo shall
not regret il, if ho shall bring llakcr' Inland
with it vast resource of wealth mid popula
tion into tho Primacy system. Ifhu should
even conclude to reshlo there, and nssttmc all
tho executive duties of tho I'Jmpifo (hero con
centrated, wo would Htilln our emotion, nml
exclaim iu sorrow, " he ha left hi country,
for hi country's good I" We alo strongly
recommend that n box bo placed on tho comer
of King and Kurt Street labelled "Contribu
tions for Primacy in tho Pacific," An cn
thitniastio admirer of tho scheme, who i now
groaning under hi wealth, has deliberately
announced his intention to rashly invent two
" bits," if he can find a responsible party to
take it. Will our reader contribute ?
THOUGHTS ON THE HAWAIIAN SITUA
TION. Tho pamphlet written by a Noble, and before
briefly noticed in this paper, has doubtless oro
this been read by such of tho community as
aro interested in tho politic of the country !
and those familiar with tho doing of the
Legislature during Its last two sessions can
not fail, among tho few foreign born Nobles
who wcro prominent in tho tlchitc, lo itlentify
tlie author of this brochure, although written
incognito. Coming from any source it would
bo dovtiid of special weight with the thinking
portion of tlio community ; but recognizing the
author by tho strongly national spirit of hit
writings, and knowing tho absurd lengthn to
which this spirit has upon more occasions
than ono carried him, the opinions expressed
will bo siili Icrs worthy of anxious considera
tion. Yet still, as they have licuu intended
upon tho public notice iu iccapitulaliou of his
view previously expressed in print or upon
the floor of tho Legislative Hall, it may per
haps bo rcvclaut to romark upon their natute
and tho motives to bo inferred from tho pre
vious conduct of tlio writer in again placing
them before tho public. Adopting tho maxim,
that erJ9ii irre likely to jmlje others by them,
selcrs, we liavo as much right to infer the de
sire of Ibis sclf-detiatioualizud llrilisher that
thco Island should As prumUel lu the country
ofhli birth, as that ho should infer a dosiro as
existent in the mind of naturalized rulors
"born on American -oil," that tho Island
should bo auucxod to theirs. In such an in
ferenco however, ho is unfair, and affords no
proof upon whicb'JrtMiaao hiSToltargo of such
a desire ; and to 'fiistc'u a liko desire upon his
part any farther than to show tho slight
ground upon which ho conjure up his phan
toms of American annexation would be trivial
Hi boy in the dark " whistling to keep his
courage up" would moro probably n larking
had he so much compinyiiH tho author inti
mate; and his similo h-ro ia nupoor.n his
login in inferitig the prob.iblo culmination of
annexation schemes from a contemplation of a
few historic event occurring in remote timet
and more recent trivial occurence, jumbled
together, and lacking any logical connection
either between themselves orvtiththt isBtio
he seeks to prove
He is anxious about slights offered to the
Uritish Government which, from appearances,
have cithor never occurred, been smoothed
over, or forgotten, and about tho neglect of
moans for the introduction of ltritish-Imlian
coolies, tho infeasihility of which scheme, wo
trust, is generally admitted, oven by intcresled
parties claiming the samo national birthplace
as the writer of the pamphlet, and to whom
tho droad nf American annexation as any.
thing immediately probable, lias novor occur
red. And the author is exceedingly exor
cised over ittiino really trifling utterances of
tho American press wherein u desire by tho
United Sta'cs Government to purchaso tho Is
lands, I alleged to exist. Hut having assumed
the iiflirmalivo, ho fails to bring lurwurd any
ovideuco in its support uuloss perhaps wo are
oxpected to deduce il from his quotations of
such historical events as tho hostile visit of
a French frigate iu 1830 j the invasion of the
town by "nti infuriated mob" in lfc.32, the
secret conspiracy botweon Uregg and Wyllio
to transfer tho sovereignty which Is generally
bo ioved to bo yet a secret to others than tho
author of the pamphlet.
His assortion that tho Treaty of Recipro
city "went into operation without being ro.
ferred for appruv.il tu the Legislative As
sembly " wo believe, ns our memory serves
us, tu ho incorrect in fact; but oven if to, tho
position taken by tho liovorninont iu the mat
ter wut supported by (he highest authority tu
which tho case could be teforrcd, thu Supremo
Court; and the Legislature who, in voting
a resolution of mini cuuietie in the Min
istry subscqiiuntly tiiiule, negatively justified
their conduct in this particular instance.
Hut tu uttumpt lo itimwer tho pamphlet In
detail would be burdensuiiia to thu reader and
unprofitable tu uursulvus. Sullico It tu say,
that we liavo as good reasons to deny tlio cor
rectness uf hit general propositions that the
Islands am immediately in danger of losing
their sovereignty ; or that " everyone goes lo
his work fueling something liko the lsiy In
the dark, " us ho his to assert them. While
sugar interest aro commercially paramount
to all others, uud whilo our chief staple finds
a free market lu Ilia United States, if these
are not strung reason why Americans inter
ested iu tho trade of those Island tdioold dis
favor any schemes tu annex, Ihore are tiill no
apptrent reasons why lliey should favur an
nexation; and iu the absence of reason we
lure a right to utnimo the absence uf detirt.
Was the alienation of the sovereignly of
these Itliiids rendered immediately respec
tive by the necessity of circumstances which
do not exist doubtless not only Amortcn, but
tusny of alitor lulioDalilit, for titylt ooMisW.
stions, would wish its assumption by the
government of tho United State J but "suf
ficient unto the day is tho evil thereof," To
day, howenr, few wish such an event; none
have reason to dread it. Anil If it should be
necessitated by circumstances, those circum
stances would most probably bo an inability
through infittent weakness in the government,
to nfford protection to tho subject uf other
notion with whom it Is iu treaty. Such n
possibility in tho future i being swelled by
every fresh Importation of lawlcs Cuiticac ;
and the Government has yet in It power tho
mean to hapo it own destiny a far n it
may bo aflcctcd by litis particular influence.
In the good old ily when the man nf ex
perience had aught to nay concerning the ques
tion which wero at tho time puzzling tho
public, ho retired to the seclusion of his library
and, after mature deliberation, put forth a
pamphlet. Ho wa a gentleman and n scholar.
Literature was probably not hi profession,
but culture nnd hixh breeding, a finished
and olcgsnt style, courtly wit and refined
satire, chastened by wisdom and good tuate,
embellished ovcry pago of hi brochure. His
production wa tho flower of scholarship and
ho wa not merely an ornament to society, but
wa of noute use iu tiic wurld.
The pamphlet ha lnt character of late
years, and chiefly through tho want nf it in
tho pamphleteer. In thoao time no excuse is
ton feeble to warrant a person In rushing into
print. The desire tu bo talked of nnd written
ubutit seems to bo increasing. Of all manias
this I the silliest, yot ho long ns it tuurely
brings the patnphletnr into public disrepute,
wo cannot see why wo need do moro than pily
and charitably dismiss him. Hut when ihe
troublesome fool foists upon tho public a lunus
of unsavory gossip with the sole intent of in
juring thoso who onco defended him, we feci
tli.it we havo mine excitso for noting it.
Young Allurdyce, it is reported, i of re
spectable origin j whun ho wa a friendless
stranger in this kingdom ho sought and found
aid at tho hands of those who could havo
known little or nothing of him. lie wa re
ceived, nn other hud been received before
him, without question. It seems our destiny
to bo at intervals morcilcssly betrayed by
thoo upon wliiiin wo have bestowed our con-
fidetico and charily. When Allnrdvco was ar
rested in Labaina fnr the robbory of certain
missing bunds, he wa defended out of pure
kindness, by one whoso sympathy ho had
nought. It was not for himself alono that this
consideration was shown him ho had already
begun to evidence Hit, black ingratitude which
has now culminated in his disgrace for omo
how one always think of tho old peoplo in
thu old homo, whoaio too often hapless and
helpless witnesses of tho luoluiicholy fato nf
their degenerate offspring.
Allnrdyce was acquitted, unjustly, it now
seems, since the evidence against him is strong
in Salt Prunuisco. Having loft the kingdom
under a cloud, iu the bitterness which hooiii
to have possessed him from tho first, he wreak
vengeance by issuing u scurrilous pamphlet
purporting to ho a rmtnne of tho aspects of
Social Life in the Hawaiian Islands. Much of
it has seen print before; It is a thrice-told
tale and bus been a nwect morsel in tho drivel
ling mouths of all the gin-besotted wrecks
cast upon theso dosortcd shores sinco the
ourlic.st daya of lliewhaling era.
That this young person has boen able to
catch so much disgusting detail speaks volume
for tho length of his oars. If bo relishes this
sort of thing he is wolcnuiu tn il, but why bo
has seen fit to tap the cesspool of bis memory
uud belch forth it copious filth, is past our
comprehension. Hi is not a Bolitary 'case,
though it is aggravated tu a degree ho is of
that breed of viper that sting the ht'o.ist uf
their preservers; he has wallowed iu the miro
with which ho besmears hi pages; ho is a
scavenger whose unwholesome greed hu
turned hi own stomach. Such a creature, if
Kiilfered to crawl through llio purlieu of any
community under thu huh, would willfully
rood tlie voil from mysteries quito a revolting
us any of the ill-gotten scandals ho has been
hatching since his unrrow escape from tho
felon's coll. It ia a noticenblo fact that the
printer who printed his pamphlet, Iuih had
sufficient regard for hi own reputation tn
withhold his tiamo from tho title page, and
tho unblushing whiteness of that pcrisliablo
bit o' papor is sacred to the memory ol Al
lurdyce. To him, nnd to all his ilk, wo recommend n
highly ingenious apparatus in the use of which
ho muy ndiuvo his mind secretly, noiselessly,
iu tlio Ht ill watches uf thu night, whilo tho
consequences will be found Hot only sanitary
Epitob rsrss: A writer siuuing himself "Cu
pidus" nsks for the exact words in which Dr.
Danielson makes tlio statement that " nt lenst nne
thirtlof tlioho attacked with leprosy can be cured,
if the person is put under treatment nt once," alid
for tlio page on which it occur. The report of
Dr. Danielson in isuisessiatt ot the Goreniim-nt is
iu manuscript, and thu following are bis exact
word, aiiioiiutuig virtually, to the Minn thing n
the above quotation: "During the three years
' lt)77-'7'J) l."Jleiiera worn umier vnthimui litiitmtiil',
of llicao 7 were cured and 4 improved. The 7
cured were ot tho atiostla.tlo form; of tho 4 im
proved U were sneatliutlo uud 1 tuliorcal tr. Thoso
iliscliarKod, improved from tho hospital were such
ns were ho far im thu road to health as tu stand
every chaucu ot becoming cared if thuy followid
out the line of treatment advised. Mauv nf the
uuoured were admitted lit slauna too far 'advanced
tu be amenable tn treatment.
IIUo residents were pleased tu learn a short time
since that Home eutorpritlng person was about to
put on a kteamnr to run from Honolulu to llilo,
and make the circuit of Hawaii weekly. It is
bop-tl there is truth in the rtiirt. Hucli a vessel
la iiiNcA needed. The Uktllkt socuis tu be run to
please its owners, not the pooplr. If a sUanier
wero put uu tlio lotitu that had state-room, nnd a
Rood bill uf (are, she would no doubt du n K'od
nsiness. Hoeh is the general opinion. ,.
A. I SMITH,
Hat received per htuir City of New York, a splendid
assortment uf i'MUlrvi'M .tttsj, anion- wilca
are, Merlden (uadruile Mated Ware In sreat variety,
Vases, OciiltTullct Cases. I.tdks Purses, Uculs I'ur
let, Thimble Holders, Fancy llaskelt, lllrd Cages,
Velvet Cabinet Frtmee, Dull Carriages, Haw-horsei,
Tin Kltelieut, Floral Hett, Dad Irani, Trsntmreiil
Wttes, Ladles Ilai;s, Uraitlug Pencils, Tin Cushions,
t'ljar JHsudi, Culotrne llarrtlls, (lypsey Krtlels, a lot
ufnewtuyt, Picture llookt lu paper tud llueu, Paper
Dulls In envelope. A choice lot of i,'hrlttmaa aud
New Year.' Cards, VKHV Xll'K, plalu and filnges),
Jtc, ic, A;c. ST It
Kuitou htTtuuar l'aastt-l cm auxlout tu know
through yuurcoluuiut vrbutre tbu Ihne oldest fortlcnrti
rcsldtuj; on the Islands, aud the three lonj;ttl resident
here. (U St) II. b. KWINTON.
U'ranx Ms St y DaU) 7tlti)rapk.i4 pa, lssu,)
The Wallbatn Watch t'uaipaDy hate been awarded the
only culd medal shen for w sides at the Sydney Inter
nttloual Kinlulliuu, and are the only cislullvre lu auy
data from the UuluU buut vthu hara received this
t Hole Agent for the llawallau Itlmdt
tJ. tm. DAVIMOW.
AUtfMf t law, N. U Iukuuii skrt4,
w poytuuu. MM
A 8IKCIATj MKKTIIVO OF Tim
t Stockholders of the Pacific Snjrar Mill will le
held at the uniceof . A. Schacfer A Co., on Monday
the 13th Intt. at It a.m. l'er Order. '
Honolulu. Dec 8th, 1'Sl.
n. hkjks, secretary.
NK1THKU THK CAPTAIX NOU
Owner nf the llrltlsli bark "sir Uneelot." will
be responsible, for any detits contracted by the Crew
whllelu tills I'nrt. (I W. MACP.Mtl.ANK CO,
ffl ST 31 .Agents.
rpiu-: immsii jiakk tun iiAivci:-
.1. LOT frnti Ola.uow will commence discharging her
cargo this dav. Consignees are respectfullv requested
to cnll at thf office of the undersigned, pay freight, and
receive ordera. II. W .MAUrAHGANE .(.CO,
" U Agents.
I. 0. o. f.'notice.
HkUK M l x A T x s r o n
5e3FjA Offlrer nf Kieeblor I.odje for the enan-VStft-
Ing term will lake place on nntl Tuesday
""" ere" December lltli. All brothers ire
cordially Invited tn sllenri.
f.T It JOHN KI.MMEMTII. Itee. Beefy.
Olllcc hihI I'ockol IHuric.s for 188'J.
Intern. S. S.Qnesllon Honks,
Scholars nud Ttnchcre IMIIInnt fur IH2.
(lospel Hymns, vols, 1,4 and 3, combined; wllhor with
out Muilc, for sate at
rHJlm 67 Im
TIIOS. (I. THIIUM'S.
Just nrrlved ik-i-"
A HMAt.I. LOT IN (lUAItTM. AND PINTS.
Royal St. Marceaux.
- For Male At
F. A. 9chnofor Ce'i.
Mortgagees' Notice of Sale.
BY VIltTUK OF A I'OM'KIl OF
Male contnlued In a certain chntlle mortgage glren
hvJeaae M.Tiioinpsnn nnd Wilson r". Jnhnsinno to the
llawall.'iu Agrlcnlliirul t.'ompiuy, dated Keb l!lh, 1WI,
the undersigned gles liotlcc that It Intends to fnrtclnse
said mortgage for conditions broken vlst non-payiuent
of the deht secured llierehr, nnd will sell at public auc
tion at the sales room of ft. I'. Adams, nt llonnliiln, on
Saltiiday the 7th day of January, A. D. ltsf, i.i 1J
o"clock .M. all the goods, chattels nnd effects named In
said morlgii'.'i'tlai a llurof Eleulnl Wlre'lrnmway,
together with all rlxlures and nppurlenaiicefl nnd also a
lot of wire, rope, posts, castings ,Vc.. now on the Com-p-iny'e
tiremlses nt ruliala. Knit. Hawaii.
the Hawaiian Agricultural Co,
by P. C. JUNES, Jr., Treasurer.
Honolulu, Dec. 7tli, i8l. 1,7 3t
CHRISTMAS SALE !
Dolls and Fancy Articles,
PREPARED BI THE GLEANER'S SOCIETY.
WILL TAKE PLACE ON THURSDAY.
At tlio Ladies' l'arlors in tho Fort
Doors open at S.30 p. m. Sole to commence at 3.
HKKitSllMKNTS will also be senrd. -The cbject of
the Sale la lo Units- tVnntla Mr llir lli'iM-volent
t'ilrM- of Hit- Sioelelj-1 therefore nn mlmlsslim
fee of 1S cents will be charged for ndtilts; ililldren
under il'icen. TEN CENTS. Pjagt fi71t
Dissolution of Partnership.
rP II 10 PAHTNKRSIIH' IIKUKTO-
X. rore existing between Chirles J. Haider. Jamea
O. Ilnjselden and Henry F. Ilertelmnnn dome business
on Fort Si. under the corporate nnrce of Enterprise
Planing Mill, Is this diy dlsnlveil by mutual consent.
All debt' due tho firm and all debit due by them will
be settled by C. J. Harden nnd II. P. Ilerlelmnnn, who
will continue the business under the same corporate
name. CIIAHI.ES .1. 1IAHDEE,
(Signed) JAMES O. HAYS II Ml UN,
HENIIY F. UKIITEI.MANN.
Honolulu. Nnr. Iflh, 1MI. 66 at
THE S. F. BULLETIN
PKKSKNTS ITS CLAIMS TO THE
l'I'.orbE OF THESE ISLANDS AS
Tho leading Paper of tlio Pacific
and a a Family Paper, Stands Unrhalled. Mr. WU.I.
CAUSON, Special Correspondent and Subscription
Agent for Ihe Hawaiian Islands,
?- Addiesi care of TIIOS. . THHUM, Honolulu.
OFFEIt FOR SALE
FULL ASSTI). ( AlUiO
British Bk. Sir Lancelot
IST3 W" DUES
A FULL LINE
Particulars will be Adver
ARRIVAL OF THE VESSEL.
riantatiem an4 Ceuatry
-3t iii.w Ovtert WWU
H V I N TJ X Of II IU
DRY goods mjs.Tjy i-:ss
Having Jlntlo DilToront ArrnngL-monts, I Havo Conclutlrtl to
SELL OUT MY ENTIRE STOCK
Dn Goods, Fjhicv Goods, Clothing and
I want to got rid of ovorytIiinK boforo tho 1st of January. I don't caro what
tho Goods briiiL', but thoy must bo sold. A. M. MKLTiTS.
LOOK AT Ml PHI0ES, AND SEE WJlETHElt I 2.IEAN WHAT I SAY
l.nillri1 Ituh U.,L. It. ...i u srt.t. .... . .
HMU WHU(P1IPI,,I,.1M,1,,,11MM(M f ptj I
ITerirEvory Visitor will lfccotvo
Known Cclobritiuu or Actresses F15EK OF OJIAItOE.
Parties Buying Five Dollars' "Worth, or over, will Koccivo TEN PEIt
CENT. liAOK. ON THEIIt INVESTMBST.
TEIFLMS, STRICTLY OA.SI3C. k
STORE, GOOD WILL, AND FIXTURES TO LET !
A. M. MEIXIS,
The Oldest, Largest, Best
store in tne
3P 3C O 3ST 3ET 3S It
FURNITURE WAREROOMS !
C. E. WILLIAMS, Proprietor.
Creat Reductions in Prices
HuTlnp matlo ArrniiRciiicnts with thn I.AKOKST A MINT FACTOIIKIM
wc can, and will, SELL CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE
A Full Line of New Furniture and Upholster
ing Materials, the Very Latest Styles.
Comirlsirt! : Satins, Maw Bilks, Cashmeres, 8crRt-BDamn8k8, nud Iterw, nil colors; nlao,
A. TSTtt"JV LOT OaF1 CRBTONS I
Silk Cords, Tassels nnd Gimps, Gold and Silvor Picture "Wire, l'ictnro Nnila, Cornlco Hooks, Ac,
-A FULL ASSORTMENT OF ELEGANT
WMIT iOraAiGILTFRflMHS. FAR PARLOR M
Immuk", T.llirory Chnlrn, Spnniali, Window nnd Turkish Chnns, Tnrlor Extension llockers,"
1'Htout Sirtui ltockors, Easy Chnirs, I'ixt ltonti Ae Ac J57 Do not fall to
seo our LATEST STY LE OF
PATENT BED LOUNGES AND SOFA BEDS,
which are tho Most Popular on the Pacific Const. Str. Iw, Excelsior, Moss, Eureka, Tola, Hair,
nnd Feather Mattresses nnd Pillows on 1 land nnd Mnilo to Order.
OXXAJUCFZ-OlXr SFf 3LXCTC3- BEDS !
THE 11EST IN DSE WILL LAST A LIFETIME. Also, Pinnforr. nnd Star Sprlne Ilsnls.
Wo en Wiro Mnttrestics, nitd. sizes; Sprint; Mnttt esses Mndo to Order nil Work Guaranteed
OUA IIKSltlASS UriiOlJTIiKliKS MPLOKD
FULL LINE OF NEW AND ELEGANT FDRNITDRE,
Comprising in part of t
,,.;..... -. ....", .i.
iiuimuuii isniuui, oiainuit unu raintwi uimiuuer aetH, n nrurobes, liurenus, Chiffoniers, Sidebonrdi
Black-walnut. Oak, Mnplu and Chinn Chairs, nil ntjlcs and fcizes; u full assortment Window Shades
with plain and patent sprint; pullers;
J. XaIlGlrlD XL.OO OP MIRHOXIS,
square, nrch, nnd corniced ton, nil sizes; prices from 2fc. to (UM). Mirror I'lntes of all slzea Alwnjs on
llntid; also, n Great variety of F nncy Picture Frillies, enrd. cabinet, and lsruer sizes!
Tho Very LHlHt,t Styles of PICTlJllH AND COHN1CE MOULDING, n New Lot of ELEOANT BAUll
CAUuIAOES, CHILDUEN'S EXP11ESH WAGONS AND OAIll-8. "rbo Latest nud West,
THE" WILLIAMS" SEWING MACHINE,
HOLD ONLY W C. E. WILLIAMS. nrPntOE,THIUTY.FIVE DOLLAI18 I j
Pinnns, fur sain or hire; Violins, (Joncerttnns, and nlUdndaot Musical Inatrimirnta Always on Hand. '
Five Dozen Iron Itedsteads, for sale cheap; nlso, a Complete Assortment of Cheap Furniture! Cliil- '
itruit's Chnirs and Kocktra, Cribs. CrsdlcH nnd Desks, Walnut and Irou llracktts, Chronica, Uem ait4
Jewel Foldiuu Cnrrinijes, ltockiuu ChAirs, Feather Duatort, tito., etc.
CAIJi AND EXAMINE OUU STOCK
Just Received !
KM llbls Tennant's Ale, qt. and pit.,
JO llbla S'lilltz Milwaukee llccr, qts. anil pta.,
I'l Uasrs Uulinkack llrrr ila
V) Caset lli'nard'a Irish Whiskey,
10 Cuscs llrnard'a Scotch Whiskey,
t0 Uatea Anchor llollaml llln,
3 jr Cks Thorn Cainrron'e Old ricotch Whltkey,
6 Casi-a Tnlu Jtork aud lte, qta.,
rou HALE ity
H. Haokfeld Co.
Mortgage Foreclosure Sale.
IN ACCOIUA'OK AVITH A 1'OW-
I EltnflRlocmitalmil In a retain iiiertciK Klvrn hy
Pakaks, (k.) lo alilj.uian unci Khlartt.flatul Mar lblh.
Ilts, rrcordo I In I.ihur 3r, i.ijj. KM. the untlrrslt-ncd
el'd notlcnlhat they Hit mil in furrcl'iae said inortiMi;a
(or conditions brokeu.and "111 sell at public auction
all the pmnl.es described In said ini'llL'sjc, In lloi.i
Inln.oN HATUUIIAV. thoSlthday of Uri.cmber.lUl,
at Vi SI. ( said day, at the auction rixmit of K. 1',
Adanit, The pirmlsea lo b suld consist of all Ibo.t
premises sliualed at Waauaa. I'una, Hawaii, cuuialulUK
an area or m, acres, uetcriuni in imyai t'aieni as
1301. Further parllculars can be bail at the office nf
CAHTI.K H IIATCHI.
Dated Honolnlu, the lit da n Itee., 1 181. It It
PORTABLE OR PKRMANBNT
IS ft, length 14 lb, to the jard.
For aalo lo arrive per "Unke of Abcrcorn,"
(VApply to W. L. UUKG.V, or
II, W. Macfarlane A Co,
SMf S8ltf AiiDta fur Jno. Kuwltr at Co.
THE UNWKIWIUXKD 18 1MIK-
X pared la trantlate, with accuracy sod dispatch,
and on reasonable terms.
Kroia Entllsk to llswaltta, and riV rtrti. Hssldsaea
No. 4T Knina ttrrt I. Mar m found st the Law Ofsca uf
Mis. A. H, Hutwcll, dsrfax tlnett hours.
Mi Ina U. U KI1ELIKJN,
A Mill, AMWMTMJUIC mW MBM WWtM
OLUtll A CO.
a iranilsnmn Plintnirmuli nr Wnll.
tll fort Mlr-t, near llislrl SKsrl, nttnislnlii.
and Cheapest Furniture
Islands. KS" ALL GOODS aro Se
lected nt tho Factories by Mr. 0. E.
Have Just Received from. San Francisco
per KALAKAUA anil Other Lata Arrlmln,
t Illnrk-wnlnut Bedroom Sets. Wardrobes, Bureaus, French Dressing Csrwj
i, Wrilinp Desks, IJook Cases, Wliiitnots, Llhrnry, l'nrlor Tables,
11 1 llllii, 'I'nlilnu It, ,li, in. . Mnlul. IIiilI. Ul...l. I1a-.I. U...J .
....... mo, ...uniu ,i,iuo, Aruvm ainiiuB. cw, .
11EFOHE PUUC1IAH1NO EL8EWHE1U2.
C. E. WILLIAMS. Ill Tort Itrsat, HsUl Mmt.
NULL AND VOID!
T JIKKKHY KOIiAltB NUTali AND
I..y!','1.,h Nns. HO 0t. anil In the tulnlo my HI ore ,
will le known by the JKW Nu... IU 1, In ior '
napoud with the llanallan Dlrrtlnry. At this place ytm
WILI. KINK i
Tlio MoHt Complete Stock or UoodH
for the Holltluy Tratle.
97 USES JUST IRRIVEO IT THE D. C. lURMV.
AXIJ ilOUK ON TUB WAV,
TO ARRIVE BY THE W. H,
ut.o. r. vci.ln.
Ill and IIS "ort
TTIH NOT TKUK, AH ABKHTKD.
A IhatUKO. V. WJSLI.H gae up bit OLD MTAKll
mtHtLVr. Mr-Tho tn,th It, hit Keceut ImpOTUiloY, I
MHOS, 0R6MS, FURNITynE IRD FAUCT
roUTIlK HOLIDAY TRADK,
hat been to Uri;, that he Mat compelltd toUke
To Display His Mammoth Stock.
tv- 4UI JUMCK KCMITW MM, -
AT WEI.LV MlWIIHrJhK.
w" Not. JW, IU and lit Kort HtMtL
says- wv-.sssjss m m m as saipBtsa steal TStJsaT
. very detlrsblt rttldtnca Xo. IM Nuuanu
Avenue, tnutaliilnx tight roorot, kltchsii,- panlry, h.ijt
'aim ismui.,iM - -
uuni. ssrsauis roeu. (uaca iiuuae. aisDie saw fowl
house. Apply tn 1, M. WOOD, of
811 ntf r J, g. WIKEMAt. VTT MsrthaaVtl
TO TIIK MEMRKKH HKKrUNflINO
to, the order ot the AMKKIUAK HMHJ5 Of
HtlNOU-yoH arahtruby aaknl lo attends otlsajoi
menibertof this ordtt for conference on Kstarday even.
Ins. lOih Intl., st T o'clock sharp, st Ksishit of PytMsa
Hall. ' cSHf. U!0A.
HAS KKMOVKI) UN OrriOH
from Pr. Haf mann't Dr Btore, Mtrthssl turret,
to Sis taaldsnca, .a Ike torser of Kiiksl s4 Ymi
1!B-il -JlAt' ui. - ' " tfu'ltli I