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By E. V. ADAM S.
ON SATIMIDAY. ..('. HMh 1SS1.
AT tu O'clock A. V.
At llnMnre of A. MriTsjnr, !U .Uaira St.
Will el.l t IuMle nellon.
All th hinarhnM fornltnr cenatallnc la
ll folio .i
I tllvek Wa-leet lied tlmm ,l, I Mack lUlt
( bwn I'arlet rl I Marble Top Ce-wlre Table,
I lilaek Walnut Marble Top "He Hoard,
I llanitanme HlacY Walnal IWk ''.
ruauracluied by W Icke, I W tut Net,
I Patent IC -kr Farcy ('hair., I nierant
Wrlllnr He.., nne lei of Meet F.rtcravlnra
ml Oil l'alhllnr.
A rteat variety of dealrable IlooV handaomely bound
Inteadlng Vlay lievkt
I amall YeScal jt Frban fafe,
1 trenlhe.t I Ice t'het,
I Meat H.f(, Ac, f , Ac
Abo, ltrovni Horse CONTHOIil.r.ll,
I Kit (.! V l(ltl I ftl Wll.t: II tltMVl
K FADWri, Auet'r
CREDIT SALE !
WEDNESDAY. : : DEC. 14,
Al 19 ti'rlnrk. Mcmim,
By Order of Messrs. H. Hackfeld & Co.
i wlu. (iitrb ron HAi.n,
On a Liberal Credit to the
L't (tin. Ha.ke It Olti. " lletnard't Irhh Whltkey,
Ua II. rnr J "colch. W hlaac),
libit. Tcnntnt't lr.ulr A pie J
libit hehllla'a Milwaukee Peer.
Ct I'almbaca't lleer, V; Tula line and live.
llhl, v, p.ul't Ale, Ca Jduller'a Ale.
libit. Ileurelinr ll-f, Jcffrey't Air and Poller,
fa.a. Hum, rrench Llatel, ithlne Wine,
Ca. Port Wine A cherry. l Hrandy, ,", ,;
ft. "parkllng llock.nte. A plt.t
('a, lafkltnj; Io.elc,
Ct like lojan Champagne, qla, .t rla.;
t'a Hhe Instill Champarne, rla. ;
t'e Ithcln;ld Champagne, dry. 0,1. . pit.;
Ca (h Faire'e t'hampacne. qlt..t pit,;
C. Monor-nle (. bamparne. dry,qt A pl,i
Ca, tl II Murom A. Co.'t Champacne, dry, pla ;
Ot. 11 II Muntm A Co. Champagne, plt.t
C. Hraady, l.adrocat,
Ca. Itiandjr, V. V 1'., Ca. Ilraody, 3 diamond!;
Mexican and Havana Cigars.
the Aiiovn will nK
Sold Without lU"?erTe to Close Con-
Hlminicnts, mid will lio
OFFERED IN LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASERS I
E. P. AUtMS, Anet'r.
WEDNESDAY EVEITG, Dec. 14,
it 7 o'clock. At file Iloom, a L-uce A.M. of
Tea Sots, Castors, Huttor Dishes,
Bltrwlt Boiff.Cake Hl.hce, Fruit Dlhet,Trayt,
Itatse la. cucart, Marmalade., Aa.Ua, etc,
.A Beautiful Assortment of VASES,
A Lot of Photograph Albums,
SWI.ss, ENGLIMI AND AMEniCAX
Watches, warranted in good order;
bolid Gold Watch Chatnt and Charm.,
Jewelry. Jewelry Cabinets,
Solid (Sold Lwlirla and Illnp..
Kau dr Uolucnr nd Fluclda Water,
,Lrge Variety of lioimn niriniuro,
ItrlorChalra, Rxlfnlon Chalra. 8ttr,
llalr nroht, Tuilt Artlcl". Ito;. Catptta,
hhanl. Kanejr HUalrla. Memoranda Hooka,
Ma.iral ln-nnmrl.t.. Jltlla, W hlallra,
Catlcif, Xeilunani llariaa Clzar..
K. 1'. ADAMS, Ancl'r.
OX THURSDAY, DECEMDER 15th
At 10 A. M., ( Hlr Boarn,
Denims, Brown Cottons,
hbrrtluR, Printa, Flannfl UndcreLlrts,
llicknrr Shtrla. tlndfrabirU.
Vanu nud Colt, bockm Hnndkrrchleia,
Btuiwla, CoTcrloU and Fancy Good.
tL Line in Fresh Groceries !
BaeVx OllfomU I'oUlom. Crates Onions,
Kacka Corn, Cam lluttrr nnd Clirrtr,
Cam CracVrra, Cnwa Jlrdiuni llrrad,
Colli JlauiU ltope, WrappInK l'orwr, Ac.
Alao, for Accoant of hnm It nay Concrtn, 83
3ACKS OF DAMAGED FLOUR !
EX W. M. MUYEH.
E. I'.ADAMS. Anet'r.
iSaturdty Etening, Dec. 17th, 'SI,
Commoncing at 7 P. M.
Tttf toIco of lb mphan lll b hrard trjln; for a
laarttr and .till anolbrr quatlrr
All wbo cot 1. mplalt matrimony wilt Bad It In tbrlr
a4vantac In aRnimnro enca'nirnta and aam.dalea
sa ur bfre tbt aarnlo; of thr Klb.
Al' cnt4 and Iiyt' aubJTtaof Ihc Klnc will b pr
aai at tb .al rir-pt tbo.r hoatc abort ff Kaah,
Kola or Karrrscx. rrool arata rnrrvrd for Ladlta".
v IOOO pieces
ORNAMENTAL WARE !
Warranted aadiapl nlltrr Dale on wbtta Metal
Hull lllahs., Jrllr Dl.be..
baiar KmIi, oo.o.lnr Sti,
Card IlKthria. Uru, VtalKra,
Com, Ooblcta, VMa,
. ' HekUUIabea, HaaVnHia.
Irua lllcb ra. Sptcaa,
Tea Set.. bakna,
Unllei b .1 ci. H,rj Plabea.
1 pllvi Aitl!ta, Ac., c, ic, Ac
Good epa for lmpilaii dartnx Ibt da,.
. att. Aavctr.
CHRISTMAS SALE !
7BAT IVWriKO, BEG. SSrd.
IT rAKTICULAatH NIXT WEEK.
E. T ADAWB. Aact'r.
1IKMIC0IU)AGE. AND BOLT HOl'K.
AM AafMtKTMKftT tr ! maj "-a
lack ta lack Al.e. bpua,ar, bflilai, JUllla,
a.M.naf jaainof, aioauaini;, t.
llOltED I.IXHKKIl PAINT OIL
-P Ka Llcd Fatal Oil, W airtatad Ika par ActlcW
Lard (HI, f Lubrlcailhf Ca.aa of pllll Tt-
Milla. AtlMtlc L4. la pukatea el 1 lb, 4
aarda or W lb., fatal Hra.ha. la treat
M,V. AU ,t aatUk ,11. U fffcftHJjS'
UIBTANT TO rLANTKRH I
Tmk rMKSNH.MKii jrrcs rMt
ikeap. mi Cor Mill: alao. oa Glial Mtll. Tbr
ci a aci.a b kae)e-tti pataair. PUalati lll lad
ciiita(tkigrlutUl UaJaU; Ikcir It lor
M C. f. WAKD.
nV K. P. ADAMS.
ON Fill DAY DEC. llltl., 1881,
AT 10 OTIOl'K A .M.
AtWaiVUIrraldenreoflbelaler C IIAllllM.de-
(eared, It rtdrr of Ihe Admlnlalratnra' l llio
Kilala, I mil aell at I'ublir Auction
The ENTIRE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE.
Conilllllij; In patl a. fnllonai
Hot ltoom 8fH l'arlf ffK, lofaa In
H.lrCMh .ml -MIL. 1 aq Table.
W rlllne )fk .sldrboalil, Elegant Ko
Table, rbandell.ra ami Uln-.
Iron Table, MaibleTop hi llej.teaila,
rtene h llr'ora I I'laim ami (mi
I Tnrklih ( balr (.aitrtl Mall I ball,,
(III I'alnllnM. SMrrl KngMilnsa,
fbtMnna i:irrnl t'hlna Ware.
Klemiiil lllaa. Waie. olld Mlief Ware,
ltandime l'latel Ware, llmik ami
Library eurnltui. llnlnif Tabic, ami
lHnlnK Iloom 1 urntuite Vrrandali
I'umllutr. Mlchrn furniture, Ac ,ArAr.
e" Kpre.e. will I fiirnl.beil lit tsVe pnrrha.cra
to and from Sale, fiom coiner Fort ami llolel Ma
K I'. .MUMS, Ancl'r
Great Sale !
.11 KXSj 'KSTAT.K !
at 13 M ,b order of Hie Trntteea of the Lnna
lllo Kilale, I will nft"rr for aale al
pnhllcauclli.il. Ilia follonlnr;
Mngnificont List of Lando in all
parts of the Kingdom,
Comprising Pasture, Timber, Rico
and Ealo Lands, Sea and
and Including riarfela of eter alar, aiiltable, not only
for pnrcha.e hjr lhi larKe capllall.l, bul by
tbo. of modtiato lueaiiat
17 he Ahupuaa of Keaau,
altoale In I'nna. Island of Hawaii, nllli an area of
Nlxlyronr TltitintHl Two llmiilrril nml
Tllle. AwanlNVO 11, part 16, Iloj-il Talent Ta, to
William C. LtinalMo.
Thl la n dulrable properlj. the niakal porllun bclnc
Snc qratlnc land, and the upper rart cocred wllh tain
2 The Ahupuaa of Ka
hanalea, Puna, Hawaii, with an area ol
Tnriily-lx Tboiianiiil lour lliimlrrtl aaatcl
Taipnly Aerra, niorp or lr.
Title, AxardiVU II, j.arl II. to William U. l.unallln.
The niakal Kirllon la grating land, and the upper part
covered with limber.
3 The Ahupuaa of Keahl
alaka, attnate In Puna, Ilanall. wllh an area of
TtaplYe llumlrnl miiiI .Setcailjr.als Arrra,
taaure or Ira.
Title, Aw anlKWIII., part 15, lo William C. Lunalllo'
The makal portion la Grating Land, with Cocoanut
Trees near the tea; upper part Timber.
4 The Ahupuaa of Hono
lua. allnatcd at Kaanapall, Maul, with an area of
Three 1 lioiaaaaact Mshl lliinrtrril n,,,i azr
more or leaa.
"T tul " " win.-
Good cratlug land.
5 The Ahupuaa of Kaapa
hu. altuatcd In Klpahnln. Maul, with an area of
One Tliauaaiitl Fviar If nmlreit nnd Eighty
Title, avrard oU!. It., part 19. to W llllam C Lunalllo.
Thla land la .omewbat cut up by gnlchet, but la rich
and a ultable for railing and fattening Iloga,
6 The llialna of Puako,
etluited In Waltnca, Hawaii, with an area of
Heveii a.n.1 Oue.lair Acrea.
Title, award fU9. D.. part . to w 1111. m C. Lunalllo.
The chief producta of thla land la halt.
7 The llialna of Kapahulu,
altuated at W alklkl, Oabo, with an area of
Tea Tlaonaaua Tlirre lllunlaeil lerljr.Oaa
Title, Award 8M0. 1U part 31 to William C. Lunalllo.
The land la moitly paature, haa a valuable ft riihery
and Includea "Ithln lia bounuarica the world renowned
crater of Ulmond Head.
8 The land of Kaea
a If lc of Kapahulu, altuatrdatlho head of l'alolo Val
ley and wllh an arra of
One llaaaailretl naailTraa aaaaln llnlf Arre.
Thla la moitly forr.t laud.
9 The lliaina of Pau,
altuated In Walklal. Oabu.wltli an area of
Tnrnlj-."oiir 37 loo.
Title, award tint, 11.. part , lo W llllam O. Lunalllo.
Thla land Includea Maulcnle I'aature, Itlce laud and
10 Land of Kaihikapu and
altuted at W'alklkl, a Icle ol l'au, with an Area of
Rice or Kalo land.
1 1 Loko Opukaala,
altuiled at W'alklkl. a Icle of I au, with au Arra of
Oaae avvioll Arrea.
Thla la a deep ficah waler tilt pond.
1 2-A leleof Pau,
altuated on both aldra of the Manoa atream la W'alklkl
with an Area of I
laaaa.00 A ere.
Of which 1 MO acrea ta auperlnr Itlce or Kalo land'
and St-llU acrea Kula land above tbe level of the Anwal.
Two Kalo palchra ft feet apart being a Ifle ef Pan
allaal4 at W'alklkl with an ..regale Area of
Stvioat ol mu Aer.
Flrat daaa Rice or Kalo land.
14 The land of Kaahaloa-
a )! of l'au, altuated In Manoa, Oahu, wllh an Area of I
Uajht Itvd Artra).
epeHorllceand Kalo land.
I5-Th llialna of Kamoku,
altuated at W'alklkl waent. wllh an Area rt
Icpcrlor RlreaaJ Kalolaad,
Title award S3U, B pari 30, to William C. Loialllo,
Four Kalo palchea In Apaaa I of Award 1113 llojal
Patent !' ta Anre. lb Ifth Kalo patch of ihla'Aplna
Ik mauka oua being rcxrvad, attualtd la W'alklkl,
wllh an area of about
.100 ofaaa Aera.
Flak poad at Kiwala, Mololal, with id tri of about
Till, part of Aana,&ii, Bpartat, to William U.
Thla la a Natural Lake, fed by eprlare, teparaled
froa tbt- aea by only a .and bank, and la within foar or
Iva nll.a of Kaunakakal, where lkLbuattocbawvrry
weeks It toakcaoneof the Jurat hcrlre la lb. Klr
daaa. It la alao the reaort of great naober of Wild
lack,of aevtral vailetlea.rxrrllrat eorer for akoollng
belac aaoided by tb deD.e baUuihaa ahlck frlag lb
Farlber IpfornaUon, If dralrcd. In regard to lh abo,a
property, will KaScKdidlo any ua by H. N. DQlj,
bs ol U Traaltat of tkc LusaUlo EaUU.
Hal e. AW aUMt'r.
Tlie rin A I cupper Hat
Will hTe qnlck dlspntch for nbovo port.
I'or frrliiht or paa f ise, apply to
K1 II II W M Ml' VIlUNi: CO . Agenta
VO K S A i KKA N ( ; I SCO.
The rin New Clipper lltleanllna
IIIUMII, -MA.11 1.11,
Will hnvo Qnlck Dispntch for the nbove Port
lor V'releht or paatase apply lo
WJII7 WM (I IIIW IX A CO. Atenla.
fv V IjIj I 111. H. II IS 111 a.l
'Vjf.f t.oMhlppe.1 by our I'Mailni: MIa
- e.aell mn.t havo the NMMI1 .HUb
UKTIir. I.V.MllS'll l'LMNI.1 .MA1IMU)
"0 We will pay no clalma for ! nr ihniace In eon
Uneea wbii are not on hand Id receive Ihelr llomla
b-VIm Ml-lm T 11. K01TKI1 A Co , Agenla.
J'Ull SAN KltANOlSCU.
t The Pine American flrlj;
Jp"W. H. MEYER,"
Will hnve Qniok Dispsvtoh for above Tort
For freight or paaaage apply lo
rfO ('. IIIIKWKH A CO , Acenta.
'l'6ll SAN jtANGlSCO.
TIIK KAHT BAIf.l.VU I1A11KNTKINK
, Jane A. Falkinburg
Will hftVeQnickDiipatch for the above Port
Ml M CASTLK A COOKK. Agenta.
On nnd after Aue 101h, thn Llkellke will leaTC her
wharf al I r. m No frelu'lit will be rccelred nfur .1 r. .
Due nnilce la given of Ihla rule, and It will be carrlrd
qui. 1ST!) WII.IIF.II ,t CO.
I I MAM Ml.
Steamer IlVellkc will leavo Honolnln each Tnraday
at I r. ., timchliig at Lalinlna, Munlnru Ha, Makena,
Mnhnkona, Kaunlhae, litpahoehoo ami lltlo.
ltrtnrnlng will touch at all the above porta, arriving
al Honolulu each Sunday a. i.
oar y CreilH ror I'n.ang. .Money, -an
We positively refnee io open accounta for l'aa.aeea,
and we particularly call Ihe attention of the traveling
public to the ue-rrliy ol havlu llaggajrc and Fn l.-ht
Flaluly marked; the Vleamcr will not be rerpon.liile
or any nnmarkeil Hajgagc, or for l-nUht or 1'arccla,
unleaa Itrei'lfilell ioi.
Freight Money San on Daraand.
In all cava of freight for partlca not terpen. Ible, or
nnknnnn, Ihe freight money will be required In advance
PAi'HAUU al I.KtIUIIIS naail MIMA MIN
Bi: I'l.Al.M.V MAIIKr.l
For the pnrtrwhom they are for.or plalnlyatated Inthe
receipt lowborn they art coualgtied.
All demauda for damage or lo.e moat be made within
In noway liable for lo. or accident to lhc atock.
iA7 Hack llrlvera, Iloya, and anch like, will not be
allowed on board the Mcamcron arrival, until after the
pa. en era have been landed.
D7J W1LI1ER A, CO.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
For San Francisco.
THE SI'LKMHII STEAHMIIir
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SIN FRANCISCO
On or about Monday TJcc. 19.
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND!
THE ri.EJ(IID NTKAMNHIf
On or about Saturday, Deo. 24th,
Tor Fre'abl and t'aasare, apply to
min. 11. 11 tClCKKI.l) ACO., AteuU.
(.oil Inr hliineul per Ntenmer enia now
be Ntarawl, Free l ( ha rare. In the fire, proof
aAnrelani.e aieiar the Hlenaaaer lihnrf.
CHAS. BUEWEE & COS
BOSTON LINJLOF PACKETS
f-gnr THE WII.I. BE
v diapatcbed from Co. ton for Honolulu on or
Tbe let day of Ncrreinber next.
Peraou. wl.hlng to order gtHMla vhippedbylhln veaacl
ahnuld mall order, on or before bepicuiber 'Ath, For
further panlculni. apply to
6T5 am C. linKWUItA. CO.
From Honolulu to Hilo Direct.
The A 1 Cllppir bebuuner,
Windfall from Honolulu lollllo direct, and will call at
liilermrdlalc Porta on tbe return trip.
For Freight or I'aaauge, apply to tbe Caj lain on board,
1 all or A. FltANK UOOM:. Agent.
A. IfltANK COOKIil,
AdENT VOllTllr: F0LLOWIN0 COAbTKKSi
Wailela, rj Malolo
WaloU. jfim JulU
Waloh., Mt(R Walaala.
FLAG Itl with While Hall. Ornce-Comer of qneei,
S.11 and Nuuann Mtreeta. I
PLANTERS' LINE fOR SAN FRANCISCO
ifar O. Orevver &. Co. Agonts. l
KQa? Mncbandiac. rectlvrd htloraae rreeQ
andllbeialcaabudvancea made on ahlimieuu by lit.
n. ' Tma y C. HKHWKH A l'(
Ex " DISCOVERY,"
O Bbltt. Ubb,
SO Cum Medium Braiavd,
S6 Csca Soda Crackers,
100 B1U. PUot. SalaoB.
FOR SALE DY
(Sim H. HACKFELD A CO.
COItX, BKAN, OATS,
AY JtC, &C, &C.
(trruH ri.i. hi
Not lrth, 'HI, 110I.LES CO
EXTRA FAMILY BKEF !
IX HALF UAHItKI.8. IMG PORK
I In li. U and half barrel..
;r iun M.a.t. hi
110LLES A CO.
.lUMIKUIKN A: PU0T1R10NH.
AFUfali ASSOltTMKNT OF FINK
UllOCEIIIEtl at W'holeaale and HeUll.
rm a.au ma a. a? uv
HT run ai.i; MY
.or jwa, i.
0OIJ.KH A CO. M
GOI.Ur-.X tiATK KXTMA rNII.Y. UI
(IB A DO. (1RAIIAM Ac, sc. All new and (rii.
tr rUR MALE BY
l BOLLEb A CO.
A rurar,ABSOKTMKKT INCr.UD-
log Aackure. Chalui, Cable. Uordajt. .11 aire, of
Manila aad Hemp: Colton Dick, Flat end Heap Cen
tra.. Cotton and Flax rl.ll Talae,
BOLLEH A CO.
A ri'1.1. AMOMBTliEXT r uuwrnuiTA
J. la.llcctlvW freaa Bur op by Ik l4i riil
aaaTat verv ebotea qaalliy, lao, a large aadltrta at
(IriMerlea la oar former elock. leal arrived Iron aaa
FraacUce. tt Kalakaaa. Eareto aad aaeM F. Caller.
Will be aeld to aall lb trade.
Ocl. W. (,
BOLLEE A Co.
.. LIME!! LIME!
X BKTXE "WUEMTLKU" ArRIIi
K, ml. ror sale try W avotui tc v.
Tha Chrlatmaa vacation of nil Huvernmrnt Rthonla In
Ihe Kingdom, will rttrmt from I'llIDAV, Dec. 33., In
MONHW, Jan, Olh. ami on that data, (Jan. Iih, IMM,)
a new term will begin,
Hy Ihe Hoard ef Edurallnn,
W. JAM. HVITIt, Sec'y.
Education OfOc, Dec. M, IMI. Mat MJJt
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Sale of Iiereai of Government Lanl.
On Wedneaday, January lib, ft(3, at the front en.
trance of Alllolaul Iltle, n( 13 o'clock noon, will be
aold at Public Auction the I.eaaeof all thoae certain
prcmlaia belonging lo the Hnwatlati (lorernment alt
uated In Kawn, mar the Oahu Prlann; conalatlng nf
Ffah Pond, Kalo land Ac, and known as KU WII.I
TEIUIS. Lenao lOyeora, np.et price JM5 per annum,
payable aeml-anunally In adrnnce.
I- or further particular, enquire at Ihe Land Offlce of
thla Department. II. A. 1'. CAUTE1I,
Mlnlater of the Interior.
Dept. of Interior, Honolulu, Dee lid, I Ml. M lm
Snlo of Oorornment I.ota.
On Wednesday, Jauuiry 1th, 18!, at 13 o'clock noon,
at front entrance of Alllolaul Hale, will be rold at Pub
He Auction 'unr lllllttllilif tMln Sfiw. 413. III.
415 an'HIII. altuated on the Mauka aide of Hluaia
atreel, Itulonltnliuit I'lnlnn.
TEltMS-Caah. Upact price JCOO for lha four lota.
II. A. l'.CAItrKH,
Minlater of Interior.
Dept. of Interior. Honolulu, Dec. 3d, 1881. M 4t
JJotleo to Mariners.
I'nbllc Notice la hereby kIvcii. thai on and after the
FIRST of J AN UAH V INK, there will be exhibited on
the oxtreme: n.i.' .i . -., j -Ullr
KreancI Light of fourth(lth) magnltudeahowln. ,,.
lite i.uui,.... ...f Ligm i..t an elevation of (VI ft. froui
e level andlavl.ible from a common ahlpadeck In
cli-ar weathers dlatance of 11 mllea. Tower la painted
while. Lantern red. The bearing are Magnetic and aa
(1) To Dlmond Head N. CO' Weat.
CJ) To Makapmi point N. M." Weat.
(3) To Mokapu Point N. ST! Weat.
(I) To NW Point of Mobkal N. 8" Eaat.
(5) To NW Point of Lanal rj. U- Eaat.
Offlce of the Interior
nonololo, Nov ICth, 1831. 64 lm
Licenses Expiring In December, 1881.
Wong Kwong Kect, Fort at, Honolulu
Atal, .school at,
U, J. Flrhel. cor Fort and Hotel'at, '
Lau Fook Kee, Nuuann at.
Ah Pam, Kaneohc, Koolaupoko,
LokChnn:, Nnuanu at, '
Alo, Uerctanl tt, . "
W m. Powell, llerelanla at, "
Mm Tol, Maunakca at, "
Ho Mao, King at, .
C. (lerta. Fort at,
T. II. toittr .t Co, Etplanade, "
A. Fernandez, Klnc al, "
W m. J ohnaon, r ott at. "
Itenton, lllvcn A Co. N Knhala,
OeoMliu, lloiiolll. llllo
Phelpa ,s Mmlth, Halawa, N Kohala,
Akan, Kalliia. N Kona,
Chung sul, llllo,
Fraukbena, Puchuthu, N Kiihalu, Hawaii.
Ah ham, Kaneobe, Koolaupoko, (Jehu,
Atal, Walluku, .Maul,
O. hcholz, l.lhue, kunal.
(iee t'hoiit; A Co. Maunakea at, Honolulu,
Akuua, Pukno, Miilnkal,
Chaa. Ilwlght, Kona, Oahu
C, II. Wll.nn,
Jacob I. her,
Amu, Ilamakua, Hawaii.
D. Taylor, Lahalna. Maul,
Haupu, Honolulu. , ,
Phelpa A .Smith, Halaua, N Kohala, Hawaii,
Wan Win: Hhlng, Kingdom.
J.J. Ilalalrad, L'lupalakua,
Chun; Alnnr, lahalna.
Chock doe, Makawao. , ,
('nunc FOng A, to, Kahuliil, "
Tan Loy, , ,
WtiijVi.TalCo, ' '
Zee nlutf. Haiku,
F.T, Lanthan A Co.'Nunanu at,' Honolulu.
F. T, Lebehan A Co, Nuuaou al, Honolulu,
Rauiip A bchraeder. Hotel at, Honolulu,
Paakaula, kawalbau, Kauai,
Ahl, Haiku, Maul.
(IN (a HI'TVHKR.
H. AtmlUse, Hotel al, Honolulu.
Hook tjuonj, Honolulu,
A Fiaaaaaal A-atamalfaH.
To Article U of lb Coa.tltiitlou .-tanud by Mia Ma
e.ty Kamcbameba V. en lha 3rth day of Aujual A, D ,
IMI, aa amended aad aapvoved on Ik a Jlfh day a May
A, P, H9, accordlbj to Article fu ot iha' Conilllutioa.
That Article Mel lha Con.tlluitnn. be and tha attar
a hrfaby amended .oa to nd aafollowai
"BectlenU. Tha Hrpreaentatlvaa fhatl receive for
infir aervic a compaa.auan to at axcriainiaby lav
and paid out of lha Public Ireaauryt but no Increaae of
coinpauaailoa ahall take idect drln tk year ta which
It aball have been inedoj and no law .ball be pa.d
Incrca.lui lb coannen.alloo ef I4 Kapreaenlallve
axyoad Ike auia ef Five hundftd Dollar lor each
I hereby certify that lb forejolne BIllpaaMd It third
readier la lha Letialaitv Aaably al tb Hawaiian
lalanda oa the Mb day of Jaty A. t). It).
J Akl X. MONKAIEAT.
STf. 41 la er.try,
To Article SI or lha Coaatltallea t'sl4 by Ktncbe
tba V, oa the Stkk day of A(tt A .9. Wl Is accocal
tea ana Article eu of tald vaatlilillua
beclloa I. That Article H ol Ike Ceaatltalloa ptU
by Ilia Majeety Kamrhamehl V.nn IheaPlhday of An
cnal Ifftl be and Ihe aaine la hereby amended In arrnr
dance wllh AttlcleHOof aald Conalltntlnn, by atilklnK
ont the lenida "nvn linndreil" ami by anbtlllnllnR lherr
fore Ihe worda "twa llirtinand" and by atrlklnr! out Ihe
notili ' two hundred ami Ally and tubatllntliiKthere
fur Ihi wntda "one thnutand" an that the Article
ahall trad at follow.,
" Article r.l No perron ahall be ellclble for a ltepre
eentollrc; of thepenple, who latnaane of an Idiot) nor
mill ' h' lion nu'lf.ulpjrrt nl li Klnc.loni, Who ahall
hatrarrltrd atlhefnll ire of1 Iweiily-one- yeara, who
ahall know how lo feed and will, who ahall nndertlaml
accnntili, and ahall have been domiciled In the Klnc
don for at lrt three yeaia. he tail of which ahall be
Ihe year Immediately preceding hi. election and who
ahall own ri-alntato within Ihe Klnplom of a clear
value over and above ill Ircnmhranrea ol at lea.t two
tlion.Anditollart, nr who ahall have an annual Income
of at leaat one thnutand dollara, derived from any
properly or tome lawful employment "
I hereby rirtlfy thai Ihe foirrolnu Hill paed lit
bird rrailliiH In Ihe l.-al.lallio Aa.embly nf Ihe lla
wallan lahnda on the I'lli day nf Aueii.t A. D lorn.
JAMhH M. .MONHAIIIIAT,
t II Tm Hecretaty.
J)i:okmiu:ii io, i phi
Maitnirrra'a Not Ire.
All aitverllaemenla for the bariuuar I'ltraa mttat be
aent In by Friday noun No In.erllona for Ihe current
If. lie ran he irnaraiileed when aent In later,
Adverllaera will mark the number of Inaerllona de.
aired, from which date they cliarrr. Any not an marked
will be charged .1 inniilha
THOU. (1, TIII1UM, ManaKer.
Tliero wnH n llmo wlieii llio liwmior wan
n luxury j It In liccnmo n noco8lty. Xn mini
now inlI inlics n journal fur llio fun of llio
tlilni;, nor cnnliiiuun to Unio It Idiir nltor lie
litis illncovcreil tlil it c.iiniot bo nutla it pro.
Hlnlilo n'tcciitnti.iii. Tltu Intlor thy jniirn.il
muni bo cither io fiimil I lint it oiiniom tiro
ncccplcd na orncnlnr, oro bit tlmt It iiocomci
llio Tooil of tlio inorliiil rnutlor, who is u tyio
of llio inluttratiiinnr society,
What ban been tlio Chruuklt'i great fatllnp,
nml what will ultinintoly bo its ruin, unless it
meiitl its viaytf i llio lack of common sense.
It bcliorcs that to nccotnplisli Its nnd it has
only to lmminor away tiponn point until it hits
driven it into lhc Iio-itU ot tlio tl ill Ion t nml
moat indifferent ol Us readers. A continual
ilroipiti; vtpina stone, but not in ono gen
eration, nor in two, Tlio dunces nro that If
tlio dropping Is perceptible, it bocouics annoy
ing nnd then there is but ono choico left, ami
that is, to put n stop to llio nuisance
When tlio Hov. Iannc Knlloch was nomin
ated for Mayor of Sin Francisco, the Ciivni
ctf, in opposing him, bad right and might on
its sido, for it was supported by the united
sentiments of tlio tcspictnblo portion of nil
pnlilicarpartics, Kullouli was u man with nil
infamous personal record a ninti ignored by
tlio authorities of his church nnd ostracized
by society. The Qhronhlt spared neither lime,
nor ctpenso in tlio attempted defeat nf this
clerical mountebank ; nnd yet, bocauso of tlio
vulgar nnd bungling assaults upon him, the
sympathies of the pcoplo wcro routed, mid,
disgusted at the course of the Chronicle,
thousands voted fur Kalloch who would not
othemise bare done so, and ho was elected.
The Chronicle was nlono to blamo for this un
expected turn in the tide of public hcntimcnts.
Wo boliovo wo may safely predict a liko re
sult in tlio caso of tlio Chronicl vorsus tbe
Reciprocity Treaty. Thcro is method in llio
Chronicle's treatment of tlio cano. It ovldonces
all the cunning of madness, ami jot in its
wildest moments, the symptoms of its mania
nre apparent ancl yumisUkable. iTimes boing
hard in the office, it casts about in search of
aijiiie scbomo likolj- to prove profitable) i
soil, llio bpreckols neiiiiery is humming.
Presumably. It ia Island sugar that keeps the
wJiccls of. that establishment in motion. No
nolo is taken of other sugar imported for tlio
purpnso of supplying the refinery when tlio
Island sugar is inndequato to the demand.
Reciprocity having 'proved itself of immense
advantage, both to tbo United Slates and to
Hawaii, It cannot at otico bo assaulted, and
yet it is through tha treaty with the hope of
securing its ubrogniion that Claus Bpreckels
i to be intimidated.
This end accomplished, for a reasonable
consideration the ChronicM will veer, liko tho
weather-cock that it is, and coroo out in favor
of tho treaty. Hawaii is pf course expected to
follow Mr. Sprockets' lead and flood the
coffers of tho Chronicle in reward for its
chango of base. It begins by boing horrified
at tho reports nf a supposed system of slavery
existing in Hawaii ; it throws out n feeler, a
tulo full of dark suspicion Ihcn tliero is a
pause it gathers a half dozen items and
begins to expatiate upon them. In nil its
charges p)ainst Ihe supposed abuses on the
Hawaiian plantations, there nro not more than
six that art) printed, to wit : That immigrants
are deceived in thoir contracts ; that I hoy nro
poorly provided for wliou thoy arrivo ; llint
they uru compoUed to work when they don't
wish to; that thoy nro imprisoned when they
refuse to work; tlmt the Inland exports aro In
'excess of tho imports; and that sugar is bighor
in California than it is in tho Eastern Statos,
Most 'of these statements aro cither fulao or
ridiculous, mid yet column ufter column of the
paper is filled with tlio harrowing and disgust
ing details. It tnkes it single item and repeats
it in every poaeihlq form in at pinny different
portions of a singlo issue, and this process ia
continued day allcr day. What it cannot hire
trumps and stragglers from this kingdom to
coofcaa it inslnuatoo with brazen eCTrnntery,
It reiterates Its atatomenta exaggerating ihom
more boldly In each successive issue.
It no longer devotes its philanthropic ener
gies to Ihe liberation ot the slave, but boldly
usacrls ihiat the treaty Is responsible fur all
lha horror which it lu invented In it own
office, and that thn Iroaty must and shall be)
abrogated in llio iiama of humanity und the
8, F. Chronicle, The statements of the best
men in the kingdom are branded si Ilea,
Falaohoods which have been proven such, are
kept standing In typo and constantly repub
lished as fait, ami the testimony of those who
uro hunted down by the glib reporter Is dis
torted. Sooner or later ho publlg at large
must discover the method In this madness
lhe aro but baits, very clumsy ones too
with which it seeks lo catch tho nimble six
pence. T'js entry o( Hawaii Iqbi tba Ualvereal FosUl
Uulun oa lbs 1st ot January next, will ueueaaltnta
tb uv of new stamp and puaul card, l'oatal
cards will be asaxl lor Inter Uland imnrtiaalcation,
and trill bane on caul alaruna (cutorcd) with tha)1
bast ol PriacMts UllsutksUal. 'Two and tbre
astkl aUl aara will b ararlded far forslta .
Tka formar will tut for its kUw. a rUw ol Dta
saoad Htaal. eolor kdaok-aaa tav lalUr will kava
Saa awleaafaat aad latsavia snusioaeat ajrwjti. Tha
siaap lr UU waH ba o( Mat VataalaMtiena sat
oes, iaa aad stflasa aaali. parlWatad, aad of taa
asm aa mo warn tm aaa. -raw oa
Ml suns Ut Uv Ua basiof rilaa LatsHha,
aaei w wmuia ooaor. aita taw earn simim win
U bUak aad U1 tutr Ut winHotHiam Kalv
kaa. 'faai Aft) east atosss, U(tMMMss)
NOTES Or THK WEEK.
Tnr, t'lillcd Hlnles Cmnross inrt last MotulAy.
CdNsiiirnAitt r morn rain lm fallen this week
A Turmoir pulo near Knimillilll was blown
town by tha storm on 'llniradsy.
Of llmrmlny lint, tlio IT.tli Inal., n (Hcnnera'
Knln will take plnco at the. rUry of l'ort Htreel
At l. dovrrnmrnl riMros will la closed on Hsltir-
day, lha HI tit Inst., M Cutlstmnn comes ou, Bun
day this year.
Tim sillors of the Jrimi J'iIII, wrteked nt
Mnlmkoim, letl hern for Han fraucisco by tlio
'ircor-ry jisirruny mnrruni;.
A rANTtiMWr. fi nmintmrril for ChrUlbins ere,
December 'Jltli, nt tlio MtitUi Hall, by Mr. lalnln
llronno, Mis Ihiyer nml others.
Cntlr Justick Juim went to I.nlinlns by tho
.rtZif. lo liolil tlm December term of Court. W.
O, Miuith ti prt smilH lint (liivi riniicnt.
Tim flrat of Ihn Chrlatmaa miction sales look
place nt II. J'. Killer's store last nlfiht and wns oll
nttcmliHl, 11 will tin mntlimrd to nlftjit.
A. I). (IrntrNs who nasatillotl Mr, M, W. Mo
Cliosny rrmntly lias liern committed for trfsl bo-
I inrti tiiu nuprima (jutirt nt tun January term,
Tnr; window on tho Walklkl sltlo of the I'osL
olllce, fronllni: on Merchant slrrel, hns been to
moved nnd the space Is now occupied by letter
Trirne will be a lcmtvrauca meeting nt tha llethel
vestry next Monday evenlni?, wllh nddrcsscs, sIiir.
lm;. I'lr., to which tho public In general is cordially
A (iamk of foot ball Is announced to cotno off
to-day on llio crlckrt urotiuds nlMnklkl, llio two
aldi s lo Imj rrpresented by tho seniors nnd Juniors
of locnl players.
Am, Oorornment schools will hnvo a vncntlou
during the holidays, extending from the ISlrd of
IJccoiuImt to January Dili. On tlio latter dato n
now school term will bommence.
Titr. now Dro bell wns tried nt noon on Wcilnes.
dny,and aoaiide.1 mach clearer and louder than
tlio otlior one. If H will sonnd ns well when sus
pended in the tower It can bo called n success.
IjAbt Tuesday about noon nhorso that hat broken
hswo from n carrlnRo ran np Tort street which, ns
usual, was lined wllh cirrinurH, but forltmntely no
other lioraes were frightened by it nnd uoUiartn
Tnr. latlfes ot tho commltloo of Kt. Andrew's
Fair hoi; to return their ulnccrn thanks to all
thosn who liy their kind nsslstnnco nnd lltieral
rontritrallons heliM-d tomnko the fair no great n
The polioo authorities aro lu possession of valu
able Information concerning recent robberies nnd
biirglnrlcs, but as n nnbl lent loo of it nt this time
mlimt ilofeat tho ends of justice, we will uot giro
particulars at present.
At Fort Street Church Sunday mornlna, J. A.
Crtizait, pastor, will preach upon "Christlnni n
l'( collar l'eople," and in the nvouing upon "Old
Wives' Cares. ViiL-urius nml Stiirirstltlnns In
Science nnd Religion." A cordial welcome to nil.
Tim now Ico Company noino days ngo distri
buted samples of thoir Ico inado from nrteslan
valor which was boiutifnlly clear nnd crystal-like.
They hare itiscontiuned Its instiufactoro for n fow
dnjH to mako necessary chaugoi nnd improve
mtnti in their nppnrntns.
The lM-neflt to bo tendered Professor Dergor has
nnfortuuatcly been unavoidably postponed, nnd
lierhaps it ia well for tho weather has been very
wet uud disncruenblo of late. Tho entertainment
will Iki k(m1 when it is given nnd wo bono thnt tho
weather will bo propitious.
At tho meeting of tho Library and Reading
Room Association last Saturday evening, owing to
tho BllRlit attendance, the election of a Secretary
was deferred to tho next meeting. Tho Ilnildlng
Committee reported progress, nnd at tho next meet
ing will exhibit plans nnd stnto the eosts ot ono
nnd two-story buildings.
In onr supplement this week wo publish in fnll
the report of Mr.'W. K. Armstrong, as Commis
sioner of Immigrntlon, to the Minister of the In
terior. Next week. wo will review tlio immigration
question editorially. A contributed article on
"Evolution" nlBo appears in tlio supplement which
will give food lor thonghtfal minds.
A GonrKi. Temperance Meeting is held nt the
lugs are well attended. This society is doing good
work, mid wo nre glad to know that many through
its inlluenoo are led lo abandon tho soul-destroying
vlco of intemMiranee nnd to rcceivo Christ. Como
nnd hear the testimony. A cordial welcomo to all.
Ma. R. W. Lunk hns laid on our table rt copy
of a "Report on Hawnlian Leprosy" by A. W.
Saxo, M.I)., n n-ipor read before the California
Stnto Medical Society. The symptoms of anes-
thetio and tnbnorcular leprosy aro described aad
tho supposed ennsea enumerated. The dbaaaco he
sajs was introduced from Chi ua in 1840, nnd the
first leper (Ahia) was reported in 18 W. He gives
tho reasons ot its spread, describes the leper set
tlement at Kalawao nnd disenstea the 'possibility
of introducing tha diaos.ee into California. lie
says of leprosy that " secondary syphilis prepare
tbe tissues of the body to receive Ha specific poi
son, but it cannot ba said to have any other rela
tion to the disease. " '
Or Thursday last whan the tn( boat V was
towing ths" bark Aldtn lUtie (bound' from Fort
land to Hongkong) into tho harbor, she was au
nbla to make headway against the wind when In
tho passage and tho bark had to anchor oppoaito
the light-bonse, while the 1'iU returned to a place
of safety. The barkentino Ditcvrery could not get
ont to sea Thursday ou nocouut ot the bark being
anchored there, and bad to remain ill port- until
yesterday' morning. Our poet sings ns follows of
the notilu tag:
"Anne weather boat wsa our tu
A aatu little craft wa. the J'llt,
For when the breeze atlrred
And the loud aurf waa heard
Her berth at the wharf alio did hoe.
I Mr. William Ubuaiiabt baa shown ns n rnodel
of n combined ear nnd wagon which he baa in
vented fur tho purpose of removing o-inu from tho
Holds to the mill, 'the wheels nre adapted either
fur n tramway or the ground. It haa also an ad-
iustnble tonguo which can be until whcnhanled by
lorses, nnd which can be iuBtnntly removed when
ou the track, wliero the cars can be coupled with
links like any other railroad curs. When in tho
field the forward nxle I movable like thnt on any
four-wheeled vehicle, but when ou the track n
spiral spring is slipped which, makes it immovable
uud solid. Tho bofts made in tho shape ot a
wide V, nnd is near the ground so as to be loaded
without dilticutty. The agon ur car can be run
off or on the tramway without ditliculty oa the
tracks nt the end are winged outward, and by
hauling tho wagon Iwtwreii thrtu it cnuuot miss
running on to them where thoy are narrowed to
the proper gauge. A dump will nlso be erected at
tho mills to unload tho cars without handling the
cane, Thwhelsnr provided with brakes and
If neceiry will have crarxranttaohod. Tho In
vention is protected and will be patented in a few
Tun fair for tho beueflt of tho building fund ot
thn Kngliah Church was held on Tuesday afternoon
nnd evening lu a largo tent tho old circa taut
wmcu liau been ericieu near tne cuurcu. tlie
arrangements Inside were ooiuiilete.niid the dc-oor-nlloiiauf
U -t's. luilm leaves. slid flowers were last-
ful. On one side of the tent were the booths
where various article were exposed for sale. We
noticed two apartments tabled "Grab lloi" and
"Come tklt Weigh." A Urge portion of tbe In
terior waa covered with refreshment tables, aud
they seemed lo be well patronized. In the oenUr
ot the tent,' around tb center-pole, waa arranged
tho flower .land, which was neatly decorated, and
whera a thriving hostile wa done. The fair was
vrry largely attended lu theeveiilug.notwithotaud
ing tha threatening appearance of tha weather,
Tho Hand piajed a number cf piece from iheir
stand in Kmma aooare, near by, and tho sonar a
well a tho church ground waa brightly lighted.
Tbe auctluu aale, which was tbe last act. wa a
usual one nf lha most amusing part of tha pro
gramme. The several booths (or the aile of arti
cles alluded to were presided over by ladle a ware
tbe ret rtmbruent lablea. The department were
presided over by Uacn Em au, I'rfnura Likellkt,
Mr. Wodcbooar, Mr. lH.ckhurn.slrs. AcUntoah,
Mrs. McOi.w, air. U, M. Damon, Mrs. 1'flogtr,
Mr, aflat and Mrs. Dowaett. Tha fair was a sue
cs financially aawelt a socially, tha raesipta
BJUOUUllllg V BO,UB0,
Last Tuesday evening between lbs boors of 8
aad l y stock Mf.j A-'Fnod, who Uvs at
KnUoktiu)brved aorae ona I j ins tm aa arMad
in bis ysra ana roaua uui ti wa iih uroaaar-iu-Uw,
Frank Davis, vttosa Is awksad; Mr. Far.
uandas west lato Ua kosss aad loeksd tk door
and al down to rtvuL Paris ooa aaot op aad
knocked al tb dost. atisjtV vary bad I fief saw.
Oasis' brataar ofvd lb door aad aaoaa w
waarlBe! sad iaatkd hi watah ou tb aVaar, sad
red oa aao from bis ptasol. ft aald km woaid
aaoot all In aaa kooaa and thaa klU kioaaall. Mr.
fetnsaates raa oat of Ut fccasas aad weat to
Uoioa viae staai ay aad Davis follow!. Ha
Hot vaal siuiJt renB4e bat MaM
shoot biota!. 4a latffselwsl aMempt wa saade
to fMt) pistol Ireea klas. Aaot waa seat to Mr.
UVV4aMM l(Bf BBBBBBBBBBBBaaMeW xaBBBaxi vVO eAAXaajxaua aBBtaOsBa
aineiint lu eiprrsaem. 'I hey went io Mr. I'ernan.
ih-rV hmian nualn, anil saw Dntli sitting in lbs
room with his revolver imlnled al Ihoiloor, I'er'
natultr. JiiiiiimsI Into tho riaun nnd Dnvla flrrd nt
him. At Ihn aninn tlmn llio lamp went out .Mr,
l'crnaiidc again altempteil to get thn rerulvir
fiom lilni bnt failnl. He went back to llolotia's
lioiiae and found nobody there, Mid thn two gallant
Isilfreitirn bad atnrtcd, back lu town. Ml), I'er
naitds., Mr. V, Drown, Mr. Dajlon and a number
of nirieers soon arrived. Itlohsrd llurns, who was
well acquainted with Davl, was sent Into llinnsmi
wherabo was still sitting nnd engsgeil in mnvir
saliou with lilm,and whetin favoraiilaopsirlunlly
presented grshhed lilm, and receiving Immediate
nHslatance from ofllceis standing near, Davla was
overisiwered and arrested. T brrn empty carlrldgn
shells wero found In Ilia room. Davl lias had a
preliminary elimination before the I'olleo Jmlge,
nml Is rommlltnl for trial lo tlm Supreme Court
on n charge of saan.ll with n deadly wam.
l'oi.uiwisn Is a tcooril of Iho Police court pro
reeding slneo Friday of last week I Mnimel Vln
rent nnd Ken'ltl, drniikenueris, forfeited 0 hn.lt
each, Okuti, malicious Injury, noil pivt'fHl en
tereil by prosecution. W, II, lltirat, nasanlt and
battery on Kahaiao, fined f. coat ft IX). loane,
drunkennes. fined SB, coals tl. All Vim, Ah Oiig,
All leet, All Hen ani Ah llee.liaving oplnm in lis
sihuIoii. three laal named d'scharged nnd inrlinf
I ho others fined fM and senlencrd to Ihn a
months' Imprisonment nt hard labor and to wy
ifl 1(1 costs. Knmnka and I.ulkn, same char).,',
moiV ;n of. u entered In raso of former and Lulkn
fined (Ml. ami senleiiced to sit months' imprison,
ineiil nl ird lab"' and lo y f- posts. A. I).
(Jltlions, nssniilt and battery ou M. W. Medics
liny, committed for trial to Supreme Court, Janu
ary term. Charlie, drunkenness, forfeited f'l bail.
John Ilickoy, name charge, forfeited 1(1 bail.
Mar lltlcher,; assault nnd battery mi AleiAiidrr
McDonald, lined fn, posts ?:i i. Ah Yee, drunk
ciiucM, flnetl r,, poats (I, Miguel Mlolotlne, sitmi
charge, fined f A, coals ft, Maalo, k,( nssault nml
battery on Wniwslole, w., fined f fi, eosts fl fl.
Alfred Jenien, drunkenms, forfolted 0 ball.
Frank Davis, assantl wllh deadly weapon on A.
Fernandez, committed for trial lo January lerm
of Hupremu Court. Knhaluwal, malicious Injury,
itoiituiccd Mono mouths' imprisonment nt hard la
bor, coats ; J. AhKooand llnlon, adultery, ttvllt
iiroaeyirf entorrd by prosecution. Civil record.
biard of Initnlgrntioii vs. A. Kunuiaken, violating
torus of labor contrnclot ono Hilly, a South Stn
isiauiior, ueiouuani nniu fo, ooetn ai.'JV. unso
npiealed to Supreme Court, lkmrd of Immigra
tion vs. A. Kunulnkca, same charge In can, of otiu
Tons, w., coutinuid subject to order of Court .
Mow On Cluing A. Co. vs. Chai Wa, notion on
proml-ory noto for VJJKi. JndgiDent for plaintiff
tor i?l!).tft, wllh liJ interest. Kolon Soger Co.
vs. Thos. Dolman, deserting contract aarvloe,
ordered tu return to employer.
"FnoM Sword tu Share; or n fortune In Ave years
at Hawaii," by Captain II. Whalley Nicholson, Is
tho llllo of a queer book recently published hi
1ondon. a copy of which, through the kindness of
Mr, A. T. Atkinson, we hava been enabled to pe
ruse. T ho book will not be of interest to thus.)
who have read the Ilairtittnn Annual, ns itismndo
up largely of extracts from these and other sources,
pages and whole chapters being reproduced with
out giving credit or without oven tho useot quota
tion marks. He givos the latitude nnd longitudu
of the boll-bnoy off thn harbor nnd Instruction
for entering the iirtssngp, publishes tho marine sig
nals nnd many other things that (111 up, but nro nf
no earthly uho to readers nbrond. Ho has proved
himself n lltcrnry Robin Hood, never writing n
lino when ho could nse anything already written.
Although thla is tho principal fault ot the book It
in nlso Us sole merit, for tho only ruliable isirtloiM
nro thoso pilfered from others. The author's Idea
wns to give his readers jimnlltH ami he hns done it
by copying the reciprocity treaty with tbo United
States, extracts from tho statutes, form ot loaae,
partnership agreement, ngcuts' contract, etc.
Homo chapters Ixgin with n few lines of bU
own nnd suddenly ho jumps tho subject and finishes
np with nn article from some other source. Where
ever ha essays to complete n chapter himself be
flounders around until his subject is lost in thn
mazes ot its own labyrinthine windings. Ho
does mnnago occasionally, however, lo get hold of
information that Is new nnd entertaining to rend
ers here. Tlie following nre samples : "Therosi.
dents of Knhoolawo are most limited in number,
nnd it (tho island) is otherwise noted for tho
growth of tbe sweet-iutnto.'' "The band has
forty members." " The sandal-wood tree has been
found, in alnglo Instances, on tbe slope of Manna
i, (nlso on tho island of Hawaii.") "(jn tho
top of l'onch-bowl hill is tho mediaeval saluting
batterv of firo ouns." " The Volcano House is
now gone, through Manna Loa's lately Issued writ
ot ejectment." " Tlie Keknba plantation nt Wai
men, Kauai, is tb locality of tho final confllot be
tween Kamehnmeha nnd Knumualli for supremacy
in lB'JI." On another page, wbere the author
copies from the .(miiuo?, bo correctly state tbnt
Knmehnmoha died in Kill. Rut he is far astray in
this statement of his own, as Kainehnmeha I. was
never on Kauai. There are many mora errors of
this kind and many nttlvo word misspelled
but wo will quuto no more of them. He endeavor
to tell about cane planting, etc., but instead of
describing the methods employed hero, confines
himself to the Information furnished by works on
the culture of cane and the manufacture of sag'
Rttd.k rl(SetuJtoin.hj9jrnaipw sjAobxtaken
from the same source. The appendix, occupying
63 pages, with the exception of ono page, is taken
nrbatim tt Ultralim from tbe oiiwir. Out of the
,'H7 pages ot which the book consist a hasty glance,
shows Hint 146 have been takou from the copies of
Hawaiian Primacy in tk Pacific.
Hawaiian Envoy return from tbe Fiji',
whnra he demanded of the British that they sum
marily surrender their Protectorate, and permit
the Hawaiian to affix the copyrighted label ot
Primacy to tho cost tail, if thoy have any, ot the
male inhabitant. Meet lUroionsan stitasman
who has just traded off bis wit lor a pig aad
whistle, and is unusually flush.)
Rnrotongan What luekr
Hawaiian Got my canoe along side of a British
Iron-clad In Fiji- I cleared for action, and de
manded that the British flag be hauled down.
R. What thenf
H. A scurrilous hireling In a blue Jacket nearly
sunk me with a squirt of tobacco J alo. So I filed
a "proteat," put it in a bottl and buniad It In tba
sand. I've got 'em on "wbsraa," and appeal
to the civilized world.
It. Another envoy from your country ha Just
left us. Your people seem to have Primacy bad.
Breed envoys, or have them luppllsd by contract?
Your confederate, your pal, says your king is a
hereditary chief. Who put him on tbe drone?
II. A cabinet of white men engineered tbo affair.
R. Where were the native Hawaiian?
H. Many of them were trying to pull him oil
R. Who stopped thomf
H. A lot of white soldier from man-of-war
owned by wbrterutu. ' , r
R. Your pal say your legislature u composed
moally ot native llawaliaus, and that iti.1 otalj
their "good will" which allow white sssn to It.it
c H. Yea, wo consider tba biennial raeatuag o tha)
tegialaturo one of tbe chronic diaexaes of tba
country some thiuk it worse than anuUl-pox.
Alio total wcsitn or an toe native Hawaiian in it
would not buy ono-half of nu average sugar plan
tation! but they don't mind voting loans of tea
millions, and oskiug whitemrn to lend the moosy.
If wa oonld gt the foreigners out wu could vote a
loan of fl(ty million.
R. fiat yoorrpal any "all the lumber, Iroa, eosl
and boxes hro handled by tub knnakns." Don't
ou use any mule or horse or oxeu in that
1!. Which do tho moat handling I don't know.
But our males don't get into tbe Jail, and drink
ten cent gin and nlwnvs work ten hour a day.
R. Your jial say that some time ago the tax on
doga was larger tlutu tlio tax ou real estate, aud
that tbe kanakas owned all tho dog. Ia that the
chief industry ot tho people?
H, Dog were our ataplo article. If tbo aggres
sive white man had not oomo we should have ten
luilllou of them in the country to-day, and a tax
ot two dollar a piece would give tu a rsveuae of
twenty million a year.
1L Where would you get tbo twenty millions to
pay the tax?
it. laorrow it irom tne loreigner.
R. U tha dog ludattry declining?
H.-( Weeping) Yea. verily it I I Tb mlseioa
arte never encouraged it. The foreign merchant
B refer eager planting to dog ralatag . A easts) of
ire thousand dogs sent to tb Haa Fraselseo
market got our native luwchaats lato debt.
R. Your pal any the white bmu have "
thing to do" with the newspapers of yoar ccmatry.
II. Quit aa J out aa lav owtatr of a sMsjar
plantation ha something to do with tb tdaaUttoti.
The paper in native band is ia rather a "aneaaiy"
R.-Auy native pfr advesaatiaej aariaaacy ?
H. No. Only a paper pabllsbeu by a white
R.-But It tbe native Hawaiian are the "anoet
i wpoiUnl and inHuutUI people of tb ktswdoai,"
aa your pal any, wbv dotvl Uwy tak up Fnataey?
lL Welt you , Hoaa, tbey bavu't any torn lor
f of elgn affair. ThU wbll. iatt hM.htvi it oa tba
brain sinee b wa born. He a been '' prlaiatlag "
all hi Ufa. Fat kku along tld ol a eocareeeh
FutaUa ia Call lu-dar aad he'd heaia to atkiasto
K.--1 aMWid thai tit aaiira UawaUsM to
.-,' there isa't a MaweiiasT aaaavMsaai 'sslW
don't woeaiiln -'
JL- KiUaet Irosa hU yoeh! a llawaUaa s
oalled aaatVAaa, Sd Biaisiilsd ff BswSJUsil
tota-Asa, ateS BISISIIISII r StowSWI
) My raftd aaaattr dtraete saa
jsssaali atjaal Waa llaf jvar
wt have aa maeh a we east
her In lookhui altet oar own little aAfaira.
don't see tats ua tat a haa-aaufa prlaistlaa) aruoad
bcro, wbu that aiaejaxeaxTas ssmalngi
avalug aa over ma
woftd tot aopalaHaw. wheat mm mPv Boast
bilioti, and bar gat ior KawafUaa, Chiases,
Hindus, ronsT, r,nfM. (tersassis, aaa abmi.
Uaaa lato aatae aurt ol saSaae, etd4 aroavad again,
nt.'ae.ffWSJl' " fc-fc
aaaeaTJaBrSaea VaaSaSxBl Baarwaeiw f)
aad a HsM-taiSM at, naf a m r WssiH "
In tosaebody' eooatry. Ue pay oat "ssiaise"
lust as a worm sola ol !. tie ean'l baJs U.
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